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Z$ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 t97o MAY 19Ts SUN MON TUg WED THU Fill SAT I 2 34 S 6 7 8 9 10 II 1213 14 IS 16 17181920 21 22 23 24 2S 26 27 28 29 30 31 MAKE THIS THE LAST MONTH THAT YOU RISK HAVING YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CHECK LOST, STOLEN OR MISPLACED Miss LiMa Harshman was given a surprise birthday party Sunday afternoon, April 23rd by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harshman. Those attending were Vickie Pipes, Teresa and Crystal Williams, Ginger Penwell, Jacque Ricbards and Sharon Harshman. The af- ternoon was an enjoyable one. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Owens, of Arlington, Va., have been recent visitors of the latter's mother, Mrs. J. N. Andrews, Avonwood Farm. The Kabletown Church Memorial Fund has receiv gifts from Mrs. Richard Dailey in memory of Dr. Harry B. Langdon and Mrs. Louise Langdon. Melissa Lynn is the name given to the 7 pound 5 ounce baby girl born Saturday, April 22, in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mongold, Rippon. Mrs. Mongold is the former Barbara Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.. Brooks, Rose Hill Farm. Mrs. Carroll Sealock received word Thursday of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Gay Unger, of Berryville, widow of Mr. John Unger. Among those surviving are daughter, Mrs. Judy Ely, Fairfax, Va., and John, Jr., of Berryvllle, Va. Services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the John Enders Funeral Home, Berryville. Interment was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Martinsburg. Mr. Dallas Alkire returned to his home in Avon Bend after being a surgical patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Relatives from Buckhannon visited him over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Soward entertained to a party Saturday afternoon, observing the bir- thday of their son, James. Mr: and Mrs. Robert White entertained to a party Saturday evening in observance of their daughter Donna, on her natal anniversary. Mrs. Dickerson N. Hoover, returned to her home Saturday after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital for nearly a week. Billy Haines and David Adams attended the FFA banquet which was held Friday evening at Jefferson High School. Billy won a gold pin as an award for raising small fruits and vegetables and an application to enter the state competition. He recently received another honor #hen he received a gold pin and an application to state Agricultural Mechanics from James Rumsey Vo-Tech. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, her two daughters, Mrs. Janie Brown and her five children, of Rippon, attended a bridal shower Saturday afternoon in honor of Joanne Gaynor formerly of Joanne Brown, who recently was united in marriage to Dale Gaynor. The party was held at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anita Viands on Flowing Springs Road. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Deal, Md., were visitors Saturday of the letter's mother, Mrs. Georgia Brown, Avonwond Farm and of other relatives. Dr. Jane Rissler of Irvington, N. Y., and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheeley and son Keith, of Hern- don, Va., were visitors Saturday of their father, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler. Dr. Rissler has accepted a position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany in the University of Maryland, College Park, Md., beginning July Ist. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were her brother, Mr. Mallard Wilson of tampa, Fla., and her mother, Mrs. Jessie Wilson of Mar- tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor, f Middleway, were vitors Sunday afternoon of their sbn-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hill. Middleway 4.Hm Meet on April 20 The Middleway Trailblazers 4- H Club met on April 20th at the home of Tammy Pifer with 13 members present. The meeting was called to order by president. The Round-Up was Tracey represent our division. It was would go as a Sunday on May 7th. Various projects were was voted to table with the selling the scholarship to summer. The winner will he at on May 27th II David Hoffma PLedge and Pamela Motto, colors and Cindy Mobley aS Means "I The remainder d was led by organizational 4-H Project boot sheet. The meeting leader, Pamela Refreshments the hostess. The next on May 18th home of Gentility fused with Have it sent directly to our bank where it will be credited tO your account immedi- ately. We'll help with the details. Shopping guide, MEMBER F. D. I. C. KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 .___ _L__------- - - =- -:  ----= The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. John Rissler on Thursday afternoon, April 20, at 1:30. Mrs. Win. Wheatley, president, called the meeting to order followed by the Pledge of llegiance to the Flag and singing the E. H. C. song, "Onward, Ever Onward." Mrs. Bernard Barr led the devotions which included the reading of St. Matthew 7:7-12, two selections "Man Conot Live By Bread Alone" and "No Prayer Goes Unheard" and closing with a prayer. Thirteen members answered the roll call, then took part in Show and Tell. Some unusual articles were shown and beautiful pieces of handwork Vote May 9 For made from scraps were displayed. This finished the lesson "Mark of a Creative Woman." Mrs. Wheatley presented the lesson, "A Woman's Role in Her Husband's Retirement." After taking the fun quiz, some members decided they had reached middle age while others weren't sure. The minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report were approved. Mrs. Oral Hughes and Mrs. James Dailey are to make the exhibit for the Spring Tea which will be held May 7th. Mrs. John Rissler agreed to make cookies for this function Members of the club will be hostesses at the Jefferson County Museum during the House and Garden Tour on April 29th and 30th. 20% off Misses' dusters. E;ale 5.60 to 6.80 Reg. $7 to 8.50. Fresh-as-spring dusters in carefree polyester/cotton. In a great selection of pretty prints. Easy on and off snap fronts. Sizes 10 to 18. Two books are to be given to 20%ofl IT'S the Charles Town Library, in memory of Mrs. Louise Langdon and of Mrs. Louise Clendening. Members were urged to vote in "n )wels the oneoming election on May BOUT TIME. Awareness Accessibility Action Reva N. Mickey Democratic Candidate" Jefferson County mmission Paid for by Candidate 9th. Five members are poll workers. The meeting adjourned followed by our hostess serving refreshments which, along with the social side of these meetings were greatly enjoyed. The next meeting will be May 18th at Wondbyrne Farm, the home of Mrs. J. Edgar Ware. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler have returned home after a delightful visit of two weeks with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cingel of Tuscan, Arizona. They made the trip by plane. Mrs. Cingel is the former Mildred Boyd of Round Hill, Va. While there, the Risslers traveled over 1,000 miles visiting interesting places including Los Vegas, Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Mexico. They enjoyed the Ice Capades at the Arizona Coliseum. They had a most enjoyable trip but missed their grandsons, Ryan and Chad Alvarez, who were happy to see their grandparents' return, especially when they found cowboy boots which topped their list of gifts brought to them. MT. and Mrs. Mike Alvarez and sons, Ryan and Chad, were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler. Miss Linda Havener and Mr. Jeffery Sprangle were united in marriage on April 15th in Frederick, Md. Following a honeymoon trip to Nassau, they are residing In The Cottage on Avonwood Farm. Mrs. Sprangle is a secretary in the Park Ser- vice, Harpers Ferry, while Mr. Sprangle is a draftsman at Point of Rocks. Sale; 23,,, Reg. 2.79. Jacquard rectangles line up colorfully on sheared cotton/polyester i terry. Fringed. Hand towel;  reg. 1.79, Sale 1.43 / ,i: Washcloth;    reg. 1.09, Sale 87/' Sale 2.40 Reg. $3. Soft-touch cotton/polyester velour towels feature jacquard border design, fringe. Hand towel; reg. 2.20, Sale 1.76 Washcloth; reg. 1.10, Sale 88 2.99 Sport Shorts A Steal from the boys, Athletic shorts of Cotton/Polyester with elastic waist and piping trim. Many Colors. Women's S, M,L. 1.49 ALL-IN-ONE Panty and Pantihose All in one for NO- PANTY-LINE. Cotton- Lined Crotch for Com- fort. Nude heel and toe. Top colors for short overage, Long. SAVE 3 NOW 15' TO 40' An Inch Reg. 22' to .57, One-seam sew-ups. Fashion sewing's fun when you use pre- smocked cotton. One seam sews a skirt or a shirred sun dress with straps to match. Pr#sto! You've got it maoc "" "n" '"' " ' 00JCPenney Tues., Wed. l Thurs. 9to5 Now 2. to 4.99 Orig 5.00 to T.Shirts, Slacks, More. Sale does i may /ll