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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCA'rE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 8 rl u, u Margaret Smith, Walker r . J "n Wedded In April M d Ed, d ,- / of honor at their 25th wedding t~ p '/ anniversaryonEasterSanday / afternoon. l I The event was arranged by c,r r-l^, r'- l pl='RCf' klA/ Phone: j their daughter, Mrs. Martha ~%J% IPAi---t i--t.Ji~ L-- ~'~ '~e'Xt 7~R ~ ~@i ~. Dignaz/o. ----'-!"'-- A table, dec ated in white, held refreshtnents of cake, In Gown lmnch and chips. Patricia Breeden To Attending were Mrs. An- ! uabeg Fish,Murtlnsburg; ' Wad Inhn i&,ie III Mrs. Penny Howell and son, ,Mrs. Mary Trice, Mr. and !I i HMM [] Mrs. Edw d Frye, Jr Jerry : o.o. The Shepherdstown Dr. Ursula ogic, a I I Ware son, all of .Woman's Club met on Friday gerontologist, spoke to the / / Charles Town; Miss Mary April at the Town Library group on Stress and Its Elizubeth Frye and Roy Frye, ~i~ ~~~~s~, [ --F~;Mr ~. ii! p~!~ ~ ~ Ranson; Mr. and M~s. Joe ' Burgess, Mrs. Sissie Frye and ' Claude Frye, Baltimore, Md.; how best to help the ban- frustrations and pressures can Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frye and dicapped and then Psalm 121 cause actual illness as well as son and daughter Frederick, on God's help. unpleasant personal and Md.; and Mr. and Mrs. familial relationships. Dr. Hickory Kern and daughter, During the business Nogic described stressful Mrs. Elwood Breedm, St Stanley, Va. , meeting, it was announced situations and various that the annual Eastermechanisms to cope with of Route 2, Charles Town. has A : Monday Library Tea wasthem. announced the engagementof : llln upens highly successful and Following adjournment, her daughter Patricla Diane, . Chairman Katie Jo Begole hostesses Catherine Borden, to John L. Buis, IH, son of Childrens' Sommer e te a and baby's streamers tied was commended for her ef- Viola Donley, Kathy Ingalis, John L. and Cora Lee Buis of Mrs. Donald . forts. Polly Hockensmith, a Kathleen Barnhili and Laura Tazewell, Tennessee. Miss- '* " of the bridegr, I local club members, will be Lee DeLauney served refresh- Breeden is also the daughter ,un hour june 1o Violet Weaver installed as President of the ments, using the first time d the late Elwood Breeden Sr Eastern District of a coffee and tea service The bride-to-be attended maid of honor. the West Federation to club by and o ed her were the . and Jan Kitts University. She is presently of Women s Clubs at a Lillian Kleiser. . GED in genera] education, il employed with Diamond Workshop to be held on May9 At the. next meei~,~ She is employed with Nu.Look maid was Miss sister of the Savings and Loan in at the Presbyterian unurcn m Friday may 14, Dr. 'arreu Cleaners in Charles Town. Amy Brantun of Columbus, Charles Town. A change in the Coy of Shepherd College will The groom graduate was flower girl The groom is a 1976 date of the annual dinner was give an "Interpretation of from Florida State University Cook Jr nepM graduate of Jefferson High announced. The covered dish Modern Music," The Bring with anaccountiug degree.He bridegroom, ring l hool and a 195) raduate of supper will now be held on and Buy Sale originally is employed in the accounting Se g " has d Dixie-Narco in~ Ned Campbell d Salem College, majoring in Saturday May 29 at 6:.30. p.m. scheduled for, this date on nt served as best marketing and business ad- in the Men s Club Building. been cancellea, were John Cash of ministration. He is employed A garden wedding is Mke Wheeler of V by the State Savings as a WMA T;mau" I m,o In h,rJ ordstown for Sunday, May 30. ~ Deacon, brother branch manager trainee. ~NU'|llll~-~ li, i~lunq.i~ III s,lpln~ll,~ MOWnll Something unique and in- and Donald Cook Out of town guests attended law law of the nhio Maryland On Saturday, May I, at 0 Society of SmRhsburg, Md teresUng will be inaugurated The parents of Virginia 'points m p.m there will be an old- are held the first Saturday of in Charles Town and Jefferson Virginia timey dance at the each month at the men's club. Tn In llmnll county on June 18, according entertained at a the church fellow - Shepherdstown Men's Club, " to Peggy Smith. The couple wi featuring a live band "Cat's Admission is $2.50 for- Salem, Va. -- Jane Moore The new program for Staunton. : emor 5mzens Cradle" of Washington, D.C adults, 50 cents under 16. For Ambrose and William Claude children four to six years of " The affairs sponsoredbytbe information call Carole Cabby, Jr. mmounce their age will called the RiverlmadsMrs" WhiteHighgr Activities Set w.tern Maryland Folklore Lefferman, 301-824-5265. engagement. Ms. Ambrose 'Childrens Summer Fun, attended Blue I Following is a schedule of is the daughter of Mrs, Nancy Hour." It will feature art fun, munity College. C. Ambrose, Paignten, puppets, stories and other played by Legget activities for the Senior Cherles Town, and the late types of learning activitles for ine groom Citizens of Jefferson County : John F. Ambrose. children of Kindergarlm age. Riverbeads High for the week of Tuesday May Mr. Cosby is the son of Mrs. Mrs. Smith said the Valley Vocation Cecilia& Cosby, Roanoke, Va. program for children will be Center. He is FishingTUesdaY'TripMaYLeetown4th' 9:00 a.m.Hat- and the late W. Claudeconducted at her home, at Cerro Metals A summer wedding is& Seminary Street, Charles Weyers Cave. Chery; I0:00 a.m. Games and Town, either in the yard or Out of town Crafts - Community Center planned, home depending upon the from Vermont, Bolivar; 5:00 p.m. Board-,weather, one hour per week. Committee meeting Senior eeacn mmny rageam The cost per enrolled Virginia, N Maryland. Ohio Center. " will be minimal, and only a" Wednesday, May 5th, 10:00 June 5 Haroen Fern n.mb of a.m. Blood Pressure Clinic, ------ '- - " will be accepted in the Senior Center; 10:00 a.m. The management and staff program. For additional Blood Pressure Clinic, New SL " the Ranson 7-II store is details call Mrs. Smith at 725- Demonstrales Making Of Silk Flowers Mrs. Shirley Kinley, of Crafts Unlimited, located in the lnwood East Shopping Center, is shown demonstrating how to make silk flowers and to recycle old lamp shades to members of sponsoring the first annual Beach Bunny Pageant to be held Saturday Jme 5, at Harpers Ferry Junior High School, sterUng at 7 o'clock. The contest is for girls ages 1-16, with proceeds to go to muscular dystrophy. For additional information call Mrs. Margaret Hooe at or Mrs. Diane Dillow at 725-130 . ~9~, SPAGHETTI SUPPER AT BLUE RIDGE Mr. Members of the Blue Ridge Mt. Ladies Au tary will hold a Spegbetu Supper Saturday May 1 at the fire hall. Serviug will begin at 4 p.m. and con- Unne until 7 p.m. Prices for the meal will be ;2.50 for adults and $1.25 for children under 12 years of age. The maid of honor, SabrinaChurch, Shepherdstown; 10:00 Smith, wore a long Chiffon a.m. Games and CrMts, New yellow gown with a Victorian St. Church, Shepherdstown; styled blouse accented with 12:00 Covered Dish Luncheon, ruffles. Serving as New SL Church, Shepherd. bridesmaids were Teresa stown. Smith, Kim Smith and Thursday May 0th, l:00p.m. Elizabeth Diggs. They wore Crafts Senior Center. gowns of yellow styled like Friday, May 7th, I0:00 a.m. that of the honor attendant. 3 p.m. Eastern Panhandle Each carried nose-gays of Senior Day, Senior Center, yellow daisies and baby's Martinsburg. breath. Saturday, May 10:00 Arianna Smith served as the a.m. Bolivar-Harpers Ferry flower girl and was charming Senior Satellite Bake Sale - in a white and yellow dress. Community Center, Bolivar. She carried a basket of yellow Preventicare EXe are. the Edgewood Homemakers Extension Club, as and white daisies, held each Monday, Wed. they met at the home of Mrs. Mary C. Sencin- John J. Walker was the best nesday, Friday at 10:30 a.m. man and the ushers were at the Senibr Center. diver. The members participated in making car- Dwayne Smith, Michael All smiors are invited to Liberty g George Sts Charles Town - Auditions For "The Mi Saturday, May I, 11 A.M. - 2 P.M. Prepare 1 Musical for Audition Performance dates June 17 - 20, 24,26 ;f sages for themselves. I N T E R I O R D E S I G N Walker and Peter Davis. participate in the fishing , The bride's grandmother program at the National selected a light green floral Fisheries Center, Leetown EVERHART'SUPHOLSTERY George Streets silk dress with white ac- each Tuesday morning fr~n 9 " Charles Town, W.Va. ~ " ~:E~ X~ ~ .~S~N~,~- CON~C~- CONSULT~,ON cess ries and the gr m's a'm" to I Pan" Participatiug 25430 ,T 2. SOX4, mother chose a blue printed fisherman must provide own KEARNEYSVILLE, W. VA. polyester dress with white fishing rigs and bait-lures and CH SCES W W 30 7 S-527 accessories. Each wore a a bag lundh. Transportation llerbert J. Everhart " CALI.~t-~ . / I I , corsage of daisies and baby's will be provided, departip, ~ ~--owNER 9-$~O~.-'. breath to compliment their from Senior Center at 8:45 t.P outfits, a.m. For information and tomReupholstering 'l li'%i O|qt|JJ[l Old PLE A reception was held at the transportation call 725-4044. Custom Made Furniture Martinsburg K hts of Senior Any Sofo or two cha rs $100 Col=us' Assisthlg witll the Day, Martl~l~g, a gala J I !,~NS reception were Celina Carter. event of entertairnnent, craft ; " " ' - Now Located Dot Walker, Velda Brown, sales, bake sales, white Emma Granthan, Velda elephant sales, food and in- Glover, Evelyn Ferguson and formation booths will corn. Mary Mason. mence at 10 aan. on Friday Following a wedding trip to May 7th. Transportation for Myrtle Beach, S.C. the couple this event will depart from the is residing in Columbus, Ohio. Senior Center at 10:00 a.m. The bride is a 1977 gradute Limited space available. For of Whetstone High School and reservations call the Senior be attending Ohio State Center. with natural beauty, and WHEREAS The anti-litter law' s disregarded, with- e out fear of prosecution, and WHEREAS In addition to using tax funds to collect roodside litter such funds could also be expended on roadside signs warning of littering penalties, """ Corner of Washington ~1 And Madison St. Bolivar, W. Va. Near @>; LI Ho ers Ferw Bank Phone: OPEN Man. - Fri. 9 to 9 Tues Wed. Thurs. & Sat. 9 to5 i ou - vh rm u""! I! ~~ stead of washing much of it deeper into the pile WHEREAS This disgraceful, unsightly and un- Designer Jeans as with "steaming, scrubbing, and do.it.yourself healthy situation continues unabated i " NOW methods. You II see colors brighten, texture and pile stay bouncy even with the most delicate LET IT BE KNOWN That the Molers Extension fabrics. We are specialists in the care of furnish- Homemakers Club deplores and laments over ! 500 ings, staincemovol, flame retarding, mothproof- the roadside litter problem on this beautiful ing, soil retarding, static removal, minor repairs, scenic state of West Virginia. Famous brands features all The IN" THEREFORE, BE IT RL OLVED That the Jeffersonstyles & Brands. County Commission investigate.and act immed-Featuring Sergio Valente, Jordache, z2s. z Towo~ lately to seek enforcement of existing state anti- litter lows. Molers Extension Homemakers Club Anti-litter Resolution Committee @ Calvin Klein, Chardon, Chic g Others For Men & Women DURAcLEAN FABRIC SPECIALISTS We were ranked 7th of ISIM r@n III In the U.S. In i 11 Ill Ill~ I Illll jacket dresses & sut rain slickers blouses Barbizon slips