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Town Woman': Club, AJmual Banquet; Mrs. Williams Talk Tax, the uncertainty of . there was a large the Aprl meeting Woman's at the Clubhouse on it was a most in- and delightful by talks and planning for the banquet to be 17th at 6:30 p.m. at in Harpers Jotm Lyter and Riley, who are the event, the the banquet will be I reservations must be 'May 13th, with either Humston, Mrs. McDonald or Miss An interesting program is it was stated. Wall win be for the music and former of the club and a will feature in her talk. o icers will for the next r term, President Mrs. First Vice Mrs. Richard Vice president, Leo Rucknmn; Mrs. Jay Wysong; Mrs. Frances also to be installed Wall, Correspon- Secretary and Mrs. Jolm reminded everyone that they were wel to help as they p/ay twice a month. The members gave brief reports on the 76th Annual State convemion at the Greenbrier, they were: Mrs. Leo Ruck- man,: Mrs. H.H. Hunter, Mrs. John Lyter, Mrs. Charles Ranson attended but was absent from the meeting. Mrs. Brown gave important facts c cerning the meeting and elaborated on the impressive Memorial Service for all deceased members over the state, Mrs. Brown Rissler. a long lime member of the local dub was remembered. Mrs. Brown announced the necessity of raising club dues and that there would be two categories of membership, active and associate, for the ensuing year and that the State Theme that Mrs. Donald Harvey had adopted is "A Sea of Giving." Mrs. C.F. Wall retiring Eastern District President of the Federation d Women's Clubs thanked her club for the loyal supp< they had given to her during her term of office. Mrs. Leo Ruckman who is serving as Chairman for aunt Esta's Attic Sale reminded and insisted that all members participate and make this a greater success than last year when the club celebrated its 60th anniversary. There, will new, different novelties added to brighten the image of this sale including the Colonial Costmnes that members wore MOMENT OF PRIDE FOR MRS. BRINKLEY It was a moment of pride for Mrs. Harriet Brinkley, a member of the Charles Town Woman's Club, as she displayed her craft, a second-place winner in the Arts and Crafts Show recently held in conjunction with the 76th State Convention of Women's Clubs held at the Green- brier. Mrs. Gaius Brown, president of the club, explains to Mrs. Brinkley that this was quite an honor since there were over 1500 exhibits displayed. The picture was a shadow crochet of God Bless America. Cirde K's Sponsor Making Tracks Drive The Kentucky-West Virginia three die from it. The disease Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis suffocates and starves the Foundation has announced body by producing abnormal that Ms. Sharon Clark and the amounts d sticky mucus that Circle K's will sponsor the clogs the lungs and impedes Spring '82 "Making Tracks" the absorption of food by the campaign in Shepherdstown. intestines. Since Cystic behalf of the thousands Fibrosis exhibits symptoms of CF young people and their much like other chronic famihes, we are grateful to ailments, many CF children Ms. Clark and the Circle K's go either undiagnosed or for this commitment," said misdiagnosed. Charles Thayer, presid mt of A chairperson, Ms. Clark the Chapter. will work to encourage public who Cystic Fibrosis, the number support of this "Makin many responsible one genetic killer of cl dren Tracks" event. Such support Biochemistry, was and young adults, afffects one is needed to expand research by Mrs. Frank last year and a Clown C(mtest, in every 1,800 newborns, to control and ultimately find Every day, five children are a cure for this devastating a- Williams for the happiest, funniest, and born with CF, and every day disease was not too saddest clown. She announced retirement butthat an appealing and ap. v,uable po.zing lunch would be Margaret Lotion Named "Who's Who" etir :nt tinm touches of green and pink members to look at the color scheme that will be as a construclive used Please keep the date The editors of Marquis a new way of life's Saturday June the 26th. Publications are proud to rata happiness. Much for this pleasing sale announce the selection of gone into this age starts promptly at 9:00 on the Margaret V. Lotion as an lawn of the Club Home on outstanding educator, Monetary, in South GeorgeStreet. especially in the field of and Social Security Mrs. Brown also announced reading, for inclusion in the to suitable en- that a workshop for Eastern forthcoming Eighteenth She explained District with the new Eastern Edition of "Who's Who in the can benefit from District President, Mrs. R.A. South and Southwest." phases Hockensmith presiding will be A Jefferson County native, at the Charles Town .Margaret is the daughter of life. Mrs. esbyterian Church on Mrs. Helen Vorotm of Mid- also touched on Satur y May 8tb beginning dleway and the late Benjamin runs for retirement aan. She urged all W. Vorons, St. She is married eplierdstown Elementary one shou kl cope with to aRend especially toOmerLoRon, andtheylive School. ln additlon to teaching and spend leisure officers and chairmen,in Blue Ridge Heights sub- reading to eim entary busy. She cited Mrs. McDonald intreduced division in Frederick County, children, she also enjoys in this ira- new member to the club, Mrs. Virginia. making oral presentations Wold who have lived Sam Bertuccio, a former A graduateofCharlesTown about various aspects of th .r eightlss and member d the Shenandale High SChool, Margaret was an reading to college students. Club. I'm sure our gain will be active member of the Future is actively involved in Gauis Brown, their loss, observing that Mrs. Teachers d America, as well community service and persided over the Bertuccio is a very interesting as the National Honor Society. ch ch work. Margaret is a and made person and win add prestige to In her senior year shelicensed lay reader at Grace important an- our membership.Mm.George received the ReiningerEpiscopal Church in Mid- Mrs. Jay Roes, presented her sister-in- Scholarship, as well as the dleway and serves as t eW ! serve as chair- estMrs. Mary Ross as a DAR Good Citizenship Award. registrar of the vestry. bake sale the dub . Margaret then attended at the Stuck and Mrs. Charles McDormld and Potomac State College for two Miss Marie Trussell were co. years theer completed her Male Attraction avariety goed chairmen for the hostess and undergraduate and graduate Women, as a rule. are food according to Mrs. Leo Ruckman and Mrs. studies at James Madison said to prefer men who good cooks whoLewis McElroy were on the University. have something tender prepare certain welcome committee that gave Margaret is presently a about them--legal tender, sale. Mrs. Brown (kx " prizes for the eVenL reading teacher-special at of course. also Shetu support this it.II I1 I1~ ,~ a uu,muse, rmlmre that S OW, Sale May 2 ,o.ld a vozm,s during The, annual mger- Ralph mnkley .for the Lending stown Dollbouse and set of Bed ature Show and Sale sponsored by the Women's been Pa hased Clubwill bel, on Sunday, memorial kind May2froml0a.m.toSpan.at mummmed that the Venice Inn Ballroom, wing memo had to the Lending loeated on Route 40 East of Hagerstown. memory Mr. paul Dealers h'om eight r mothe and father will offer handcrafted l mes, also to Mr. dollhouses, furniture and 'om Mr. and and Mrs.meaCCessories scaled oneinch tofoot. Special am- -Uons will include awiring Dot ldtoid dmnonsU-atiou, and an ex bfi the Bingo of locally owned dollhnusm. A door pr e will be Knott each hour, and a acoionialWarded wm be members. She rafl ! off at 4:30 pan. hawlm had opJy 20/20 " " of Moson's S~ood RestaurOntwinchester. VO. they'd be extinct by now! As the hawk had to spot his from FRESH Seafood to you each tremendous hts, he developed vial, on UNDAY. 12a.m. to 7 p.m. COUNTRY BOY FARMERS MARKET much "better than 20/20. But how about Ib u e$40, Omd m Tow you? The Better Vision Institute points out o In or Imlw qtmnt4flm that human vision needs have changed too. C d1(703) Are you seeing everything you should? utt 'a wmt When did'you have your last professional 'F u.so m. 1 Fiilei $1M t eye examinatio'n ? g] DR. LEE R. MOORE, JR. ,OPTOMETRIST m om. CHARLES TOWN PLAZA lmsdm. 725-1411 Lemon Post, 40 & 8 Leetown Homemakers The May meeting will be at Mildred Lennons, Charles Town and members are Voitum To Present Announce Programs askeds to bring articles for the Program VA Center Members of Jackson Perks Post No. 81, of Charles Town and the 40 & 8 Voiture which includes Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan Counties will try once again this evening - April 29-to do something which twice in the past has been snowed out. They will go to the Baker V.A. Center to help present a program for the V.A. patients. The program which will fea lre the Jefferson High Stage and Jazz Band will begin at 7 p. m. and last about an hour. Following the program the Legionnaires and the 40 & 8 members will serve light refreshments to the patients, according to James (Jim) Morison, and John Ward, who are co-chairing the project. The program will be presented from the stage in "Times Square" section of the V.A. Center. All members of the Legion Post and 40 & 8 Voiture are urged to par- ticlpate in this project. The Leetown ExtensionWhite Elephant Sale. Homemakers Club met with Mrs. James assisted by Dot Mrs. Eclrm James, Jefferson Hannas and Denise Wright Village, April 21 at 1:30. served delicious refresh- Thirteen members and two ments. visitors present. Ruth Locke Shepherd Emeritus held devotiom. Ella Hendricks gave an .interesting lesson on "Check Club Meets May 21 Your Work Load." She gave several hints on how to plan SlIEPHERDSTOWN- The your work day with some time ephera College Emeritus for reading and television. Club will hold its 25th annual The president, Virginia luncheon on Friday, May 21 to Tabb, announced the Spring honor its new members from meeting at the Con'ununity the class of 1932. Center May 25th; May 1st the The Emeritus Club is an "County Belie" Saturday, a organization of Shepherd Sugar maple tree will be alumni who graduated 50 or planted at the Community more years ago. Center; June 11-13, Arts and Registration and a social Crafts with the area meeting period for Emeritus Club will he at Berkeley Springs members begins at 10:30 a.m. June 19th. A $15 contribution on May 21 in the lobby of was given for the 4-H. faun- Turner Hall, followed by the datlon, luncheon in the college's New Book Ardvals At Shepherds own New Book arrivals at Shepherdstown Public Library, reported by Karen Kates Marshall, Librarian includes: Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful, by Alan PaEan. in racially divided con- temporary South Africa. (General Fiction). The Old Priory, by Norah lofts. A generational saga set in a cursed English priory. (Romance). River of Death, by Alistair MacLean. Search for a lost city in South America reveals a Nazi reunion. (Adventure and suspense). Dean's December, by Saul Bellow. College dean from Chicago despairs while visRing dying mother-in-lsw in Bucharest. (General Fic. Elan). A Green De.e, by Anton Myrar. The climb to power of two fiercely competitive brothers. (General Fiction). 11 dining hall at noon. Reservations are needed to attend the luncheon, and may be secured through Jean Elliott, Scarborough Library, Shepherd College, Shepherd- stown, W.Va. 25443. Cost of the luncheon is $3.50 and checks should be made payable to the Shepherd College Alumni Association. Deadline for making luncheon reservations is May 18. MEADOWS HERITAGE REUNION OCT. 15-17 The National Biennial reunion of the Meadows Heritage will be held October 15-17 at Pipestem State Park in West Virginia. The event is for all descendants of the Meatier - Meador - Meadows families. For further in- formation send a large, self- addressed stamped envelope to Charlotte A. Meadows, secretary-treasurer, 2808 Bichnell Road, Richmond, :a 23235. West Washington Street LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED BY CLARENCE & CAROL HAYMAKER + Ground Beef (s lb. Pkg. or More) lb. 09 Potatoes (so lb. Bag) Cooked Ham (s,:ed f om our D h) m. $1 99 Cokes (e - oz. Returnable Softies) $1 49 II II lllll COUPON, 11 i11i ! I CHARMIN 49 oz. 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