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May 5, 1966

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1 ety for women educators, held err DarT, Mr. . Jesse I oyd, Mrs., tor of the latter' mother, Mrs. Ied. I feel everyone who at. I Mrs. Dewey Meadows. , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE annual convention at "The Green- t]omer Ferrell, Mrs. Janice ] Mary Wiltshire on Wednesday. [ tended enjoyed the fellowship to- Mr Joe Gordon, of Edinburg, I ~ W~[ brier" White Sulphur Springs, on Myers, Mrs. Ed Southard, Mrs. I Ted Johnson, of Morgantown,[gether. I Va., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E./THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 April 15, 18 and 17 with Iota Bernard Shillingberg, Mrs. Vic-] spent the weekend with his par-[ Tracey and Robin Longerbeam, ]Lake. [ 31 Attend Pageant Vivian, Ricky---- -it anti Jack!e, flf P.~ LATE Chapter serving as hostess. Mrs. tar Kisner and daughter, Vicki, [eats, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. [of Ranson, were Saturday evening [ Mr Otto Ryman and daughter,[ Darlene Bradley, state president, Mrs. Kisner and daughter, Mar- [ Mrs. Robert ,lames and Mrs. [ visitorSMrs.Ofj.their grandparents, Mr. / Miss "Maida of visitorsRansn' were Sun- ChargeThirty'newent frOmcharteredthe Bolivarbus to : xirs.Sn' spentcliftonSUndaYKellcan.With Mr. SPaR presided, with over 200 members tinsburg, Mrs. Alta Sager, Mrs. ~John Dodson and. son, Gilbert, land W. Longerbeam. ]day aftern(;on of Mr. Ed- by l Miss Lillian Myers present, ttighlighting the con. Granville Mercer, Mrs. James i were visitors~ at ,vlr. anu ivlrs. I Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and~w..a_rrl --.Rvman ............ and dau~rhtprc,......... Mi~~. Baltimore, Me., .-.n ~anday to at-I Mrs. Osborne Dunn and so~ ~~:~411 vention were the guest speakers Jennison, Charles Walker and [IIward James and daughter, of ] daughter, Robin, of Halltown, Juanita ' I tend the pageant, "Warm Hearts Berwyn, Md., spent the week~ Rurttan Club Meets for the president's banquet, Mrs. Miss Sue Myers. She received ]Shenandoah.Ju,ction on Sunday I were visitors of her mother, Mrs. Mr and M-s ~'. -en" Whit*in- I and Saddlebags," which was visiting Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire :4~ Anna Pettys, and the birthday many useful gifts, afternoon. I Carrie Johnson, on Monday after- to;;a'nd and At Village House luncheon honoring the state's ~ ~.. [ Mrs. Mae Webb and Mrs. Mary]noom by, of Ba'iiimore, Md ,and Mr~i shown at the Baltimore Civic Cen- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stuart. I ter. This is in honor of the Amer- ~ !| The Shenandoah Junction Ruri- twenty-fifth birthday. The con- ~:~ag~.~i:~!~~ I Wiltshire were visitors of Mr. I ,~-,n~ a,~ WEEr~ -" ........ " - :" ~.... u..~.~ .... c ~,.:....... ~r,,,~ I ~* ................ p ~eison wmtungton, were ~un(mylican Methodist Bicentennial. I -P~I~ /I, tan Club met Mozlday, April 18, vention was interspersed ' with Js~ |D~o~r,' ""'"ILLE J |.. t ,u ........ ...... ............. e.-I ..... in .........e 'at--d a'rs' feel sure that all in the group at-"J~P'~A~ t~ at the Village ttouse here. This business meetings when reports nesda- afternoon I lvzrs. Ronald Bush was a ~on- u net guests ...... ,, ...... I was Ladies Night and there was a from tha various state committee ,~bout sixty were nresent for a [ day morning visitor of her sister, Moss Ranalli. ! tending were very much inspired ~g'~#~'~ good attendance, chairmen were given. The state's M" othy Lake I covered dish" supperat" the Mill-[ Mrs. Willard Smallwood, of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood, by the program. "---- -- utile Methodist Churct~ on Sun-| Charles Town. ~ and ~laughters, Tina and Tonya, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark and A fine meal of country ham was annual convention will be held ~ii~;~.~!:~:~gk.!!:,,:.l~.~fa~%...~ ] day evening ' in observance of | , Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kowwall, of of Charles Town, were Sunday children, Melody, Scott and Tom- enjoyed by all and the business next year in Clarksburg with meeting was conducted by Ray Kappa Chapter serving as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell,[ Family Week. After supper ant Chicago, Ill., spent the past week visitors of Misses Rosie and' my, of Middleway, and Mr. and Seal, club president, Reports Attending the convention from of Williamsport, Md., were visi-| interesting program was present-~ with the latter s parents, Mr. and Marguerite Petrucci. Mrs. Jack Kelican and family, were made by the committee on Jefferson and Berkeley counties the club-sponsored Easter egg were Mesdames Margaret Kilmer, hunt. Some one hundred children Virginia McMillan and Anna Hospital for ten days, has re- The regular monthly meeting of the Parent-Teachers Associa- Jr. Petites 3 to 11 -- Petites 5 to 13 turned to his home and is im- tion met on April 13 at 7 o'clock. proving. .Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burwell A delicious meal of turkey and Jtmiors 7 to 15--Misses 12 to 20 and Barbara and Marsha, of An- dishes provided by members was nandale, Va., spent Sunday with thoroughly enjoyed after which Half -Sizes to 24 ' :her mother, Mrs. Oscar Seal, the president called the business i'i:: Alpha Phi State of the Deltameeting to order. The chairman ~!~?:~apPa Gamma International Hart-of the nominating committee sub- "~i;~rary Society for women educa- mitred the following names as of- :~i:~pa Gamma, international soci- ricers for the 1966-67 term: Presi- dent, Anne Molerl vice president, : Peggy Hendricks; treasurer, Iley Weller; secretary, Patricia Crady. participated in the hunt at the Mills, Misses Mary Emma Con. Community Center. Those win- ard, Mildred Canard, Lucille CHAI{LES TOWN, W, VA. ning prizes were Barbara Black- Heflebower and Eleanor Shirley. ford, James Taylor, Jerry Glass- ley. ford. Danny Seal and Marian Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb, Weister. Mrs. Rosie Ault and Miss Add JAY 8th 1 The program of the evening Webb, of Ellieott City, Md., visit- was presented by Ed. Morgan, ed Mrs. Lewis Sager Thursday. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY representing Community Oil Co, Mrs. Lewis Sager, Mr. and Mrs. Compare the val ueS ~ who showed the film "Barrel No. Donald Sager and son, Jeffrey, 1," a film telling the story of how and Miss Alta Sager spent last a barrel of oil is produced, weekend in Trenton, N. J., with Searching, drilling, refining and Mr, and Mrs. Woodrow Fellers. marketing oil was illustrated in a They attended the wedding of very interesting way. Mrs. Sager's great nephew, Mr. Charles Brown, chairman of the Gary Fellers to Miss Margaret Agriculture Committee, reports Brezowicz. that the potatoes had been plant- Mr. and Mrs. Iley Weller and ed. Plans are being made to work family spent Sunday with their ~#~#~ . on several projects. Scrap paper son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and [ UUU will be picked up and any Ruritan I Mrs. Leroy Hough, jn Falls It member can be called to report lChurch, Va. paper for collection. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Miller are ' Plans are being made to span-I spending two weeks in Florida. sor the Bloodmobile visit in June. J Their two sons are staying with All Ruritan members in the court- I their grandmother, Mrs. Clarence ty are urged to help with thisI Wright, while their parents are program. I away. Master David Camden, who wast P.T.A. Meeting SIZES TO FIT EVERYBODY: seriously ill in the Charles Town INSURANCE? ed that those names be accepted and all were elected by unani- C. ~' mous vote. Installation will be CheOk held at the May meeting. It was decided that a picnic be I A motion was made and second- provided for the children in June to be held at the Comma- nity Center. Drinks for the picnic for new ideas ! will be provided'by the P.T.A. O AUTO INSURANCE Mrs. Gladys Snyder volunteered to transport the food in her sta- [-I FIRE INSURANCE tion wagon while other parents, ['1 LIFE INSURANCE teachers and children will hike as [~] HOMEOWNERS a group to the picnic. Bill Kave D. [] EDUCATION offered to walk ahead waving a [] MORTGAGE red flag as a warning to motor- [] ACCIDENT&SICKNESS ists in the area. %-,, The treasurer reported a bal. [] RETIREMENT anee of $126.64 on hand. ' "" Mr. Barr introduced an aid for A. Nationwide has new ideas in slow reading in the school-- :, protection to fill any insur- Learning to Read with Phones. ante need at a cost you can . . afford. Check tt~e plan that He pointed out the need for this ~, interests you and contact: project and stated that Mrs. Wit- i ~" E, son would meet with a special i N N class on a regular basis, A too- "#; tion was made and seconded that T ,~, the P.T.A. purchase a set of rec- ! Instlraltee Consultant ords to help these children with Fairfax BI .-Phone 725-5814 There being no further business i. West Liber#y Street the meeting was adjourned, t