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"Slonj Of liable Family" Presented To Libran] t. Virginia Blackford Shewbridge, Old Charles who recently ~ Town Library librarian. "Stay Of Mrs. Kable notes that in Family," recently wriRng the history, she felt R ,the book to was important that the Chapter, NSDAR. younger generation un- chapter in turn the book to the Old Town Library so that be available to all to study. above photograph, left; Mrs. Bee Line Chapter center, present the to Mrs. Anna derstand why their ancestors felt it necessary to leave their homelands and brin their families to ttis wife un- settled area, R is worth noting, too, that ~ has recently been placed in the Genealogy Department (f the Central Los Angeles Public Library a copy of the Kabel-Cable Ancestry Records, cmz piled by Hazel Kable Zimmerman (Mrs. Milo), of Canoga Park, California, formerly of Mt. Morris, Ill. It was the culmination of reaserch and correspondence started by Mrs. Milo's brother, Kable, in 1939, in the hope of printing a history of the descendants of immigrant Kaspar Kabet whe came to American America from Germany in 1750. (Photo by Gin Fargo) JUNCTION Lillian Myers Dial 725 5168 and Mrs. Gary Sager to a family dinner Sunday. Those present and Mrs. Gerald of Severn, and Mrs. John Jr. and sons, Mrs. Hetty and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary and Security S mn Rogers, Mar. and Mr. and Mrs. Sager and Lewis Sager the funeral of 'mir Webb in Md. Thursday. D a frequent visitor here years and made who greatly mourn his death. He had made his home in Mesa, Arizona with his daughter for several years. Mrs. Webb is a patient in Desert Samaritan hospital in Mesa. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager visited their daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stum Monday while visiting his father went to George WashingtSn University M~dical Center for a check-up after having facial s gery. We wish him a complete recovery. The Women's Missionary Union of Grace Baptist Church cordially invite you to a Senior Citizens Dinner Satarda May 9, 19S2, 5 p.m. Grace Baptist church Shenandoah Junction. Transportation will be provided if ~. If you have any questions please call Mrs. Joan Mercer, 7~F/; Mrs.A, Sager Mrs. Sandra Blac ord, What bea~ weather we had last week - day after day perfect smngt/me. You could amost bear the flowers growing and the new leaves appearing on dead-looking ~ees. Now, early on this Monday morning, I hear rain on the roof which we badly need. we need the rain, that is, the roof is OK, I think ex- cept by the skylight. Joe Kitchen said it would rain today 'cause he was staldlag a new rod on a house it always rains when he does. Joe is helping son Wayne replace the windblown roof on Billie and Gene Prostov's home. The visiting gray cat really got up a tree Saturday when three large ranging dogs AUTO CRASH VICTIMS URGED TO GET CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINATION Any number of hidden spinal injuries can suffered by automobile crash and internal demage to the spine generally mare serious than leg fractures, cuts, bruises and sore muscles. Routine X:rays fail to reveal the first indications of hidden injuries to the soine Crash displaces the verlebroe an " - " . . d couses internal damaae to the soft tissue me spree. These injuries may be found through chiropr" actic examination pastural X-ray studies. Chiropractic authorities stress the pressing for chiropractic examination of all patients who suffer injuries in auto (Offered as a public service) ~." Dr. Dale Samuel Ward WARD CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC iS. Mildred Street . Ranson, West Virginia 25438 304/725-9717 our ~TION OF SHEPHEi~ FIEPHERDb'rOWN. WV ELECTION, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1~ 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM Votu for one (I) Mayor, one (|) Recorder, and not more than five (S) Council Members. . If yOU wish you mr/write m amts in U~e blank spaces provtd~. MAYOR: RECORDER: E] clmmm w. COUNCILMEN: MAYOR: E] E] E] RECORDER~ E] COUNCILMEN: = t.orpor~tloe Election to be hold in c~ -~J~ ~ml ~ B4dlot to be voted It Vlqliela, oe tl~ 4th dly of May 19"" S'-~-~--~,'~-~?u~-'hd~n~l COtmty, State of W~t -" mr.m~a oy TOWn LIw. X X X X X X SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, found her in our yard. I discovered it when I got my Wuaty broom and went out and ran the dogs out of our yard and the cat came down a big oak and took off in a cloud smoke. I was in my bedroom slippers because of my sore toe so it didn't make me especially happy to step in a large calling card left by the visiting canines. The rights of non.dog owners are surely violated by people who let their animals run f--tee. On a more pleasant subject than running dogs, Joyce Bentley said she and Terrl attended the Charm Review Saturday night and that Elaine Begmmn's daughter, Susan Butler, won fourth place. Congratulations, Susan. Terri Bentley got all A's ez. cept one 93-point B on her report card- no, the B was not in Math, was it Library Science? ? ? Marilyn Pinson and Peg McCullen attended the opening night per orma of The Little Foxes at The Old Opera House. By coincidence, they sat near Betts and Joe Kitchen. An agreed that the play was beautiful, well done, and most enjoyable. Carmen Howe, Mary and Ruby Browning, and my consort Russ and I have seats together for Thursday night - that's tonight, I gueas when you read this. We are all looking for. ward to it. We had one good-slzed chimney fire here on the -reservation recently. Now that the heating season is over, everyone should flm oughly check his chimney and have fl cleaned before nezt fall. This is of utmost importance if a wood stove is being used; they Ixdld up a lot of residue. Wayne Kitchen is quite an expert nnd bus all the equipment necessary for a' mey cau hlm for a professional job. Len Erickso~ tells me that Earl and Thelma Newtm are back on the reservation looking great. Ce, mm they wanted to be around in time for the Annual Blue Ridge Quilt Show at the KOA I no :e frem P the West VL ginia Calendar of Events that May 7-9 is the date set and that Alice Newton, Earl and Thelma's daaghter. in-law is Contact for the event. Alice does perfectly beautiful quilting herself as well as being a good teacher. TEEN-AGE DANCE The first event of the year at Blue Ridge Mountain Country Club will be a Teen-age Dance on Saturday May 2. Young people between the ages of 13 and 17 are invited for a mminal charge of 75 cents each. Sodnds like fun. COMMUNITY WATCH Chatted a few minutes with Roy Nielsen about Security here in Blue Pddge Acres. Roy believes that security con- siousness has picked up lately; certainly he and Harvey Howe have been working on it. They call the over-all effort of BRA residents the Community Watch Project. The main idea is that everyone act as a security agent with regard to his neighbor's house; learn to recognize cars and residents; and watch for strangers both m cars and afoot in the area. If you see or hear anything suspicious, call Roy Nielsen, Harvey Howe, Bill Steuart, or the Sheriff. The soo er 9rot people realize that here at Blue Ridge Acres, we are our neighbor's keeper so far as houses are concerned, the less vandalism there will be. Since Betts Kitchen's bir- thday came on Sunday this year, it made a good excuse for another large "Kitchen" party in the afternoon. Neigh- bars who joined the group at Cyndy and Wayne Kitchens home included Joyce Bentley and daughter Terri; Peg McCullen with son Bill; and Russ and me. Excep for us, the entire group were relatives - some from Betts family, some from Joe's and the house was full and running over. Luckily it was a lovely day and the group spilled over on the back deck. I wm't try to name all 'cause I was having too much fun to write them down. Hostess Cyndy Kitchen had made acres of her great lasagne which Betts Kitchen just loves. Joe Senior always makes bad remarks about Send her our FTD ug ] ouquct. Mother's Day is Sunday, May 9. Make her day really special, For Morn, Give Morn it's the best all your love hug of all and the And we can FTD BIG HUG* send the Bouquet. It's BIG HUG" a beautiful almost arrangement any- of fresh flowers ~ where +n our exclusive FTD the FTD wc~ So Ceramic Flower Pot CoN or visit us today SHEETZ FLORISTS W. Liberty St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-2413. 7 lasagne, but I noticed that he sembled Betts? You'd have to managed to force a I/t down. see to believe such a cake. A natural aecomtminment to the lasagne was the salad Someone asked me if we had layout in the bay window with any language problems in lots of goodies including even New Zealand - not really a piece of fern which kept though there are some dif. making its way around. I ferences. The front and back would have plucked some of a car are "the bonnet" and violets and brought them had I but known Betts bL, day gifts were fun.type items except for a beautiful l~g tablecloth that Joyce Bentley had embroidered. Chief among the remembered item was a big red hat from Cyndy and Wayne Kitchen ac- companied by a large canvas eentalnor marked "l e Bag" for all the eztraneouS objects that Betts always carries with her. A great party. Rim and I waddled off before they served the/ce cream and cake but not without admiring Peg McOdlen's birthday cake. It was beautiful - can you imagine a cake which formed an anti-bellum dress about a little doll who greatly rem- "the boot"; clothespins are "pegs," grocery carts are "trolleys," napkins, "ser- viettes," and meat markets are "bucheries." At Napier on the east coast of North Island, we saw a sign reading "No Parking At All Times," but we still knew what they meant. An auto body shop is called "Panel Beaters," food carryouts are "Takeaways,"; and at the beach instead of a boardwalk, they have a "Marine Parade." Hardest to understand were the road signs reading "Deceptive Bends." We finally decided that they referred to curves in the road where the grading ran the wrong way - Oh weU. See you next week, Faithfully. Perfect Sleeper Golden Annlveruw Signature" ill NOW RF. ULAR" YOU SAVE TWIN ZS9 m 439m SET FULL 339' S39" 20000 QUEEN 449 ~I T~m KFdG 599 879" ~M mm~ ~ b,~d on m,~mlk .d.mmd mm.~l md prom 15 YEAR WARRANTY I APPLIANCE AND FURNITURE CENTER 309 W. 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