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6 Jefferson High's Cougar Band Steps High At Apple with any prizes, it aroused the pride of all those Jefferson County persons who witnessed the an- nual grand feature parade. The Jefferson High School Band, the pride of Cougar country, is shown stepping high in the annual Apple Blossom Parade in Winchester last Saturday. Although the unit did not come away ~ 4~ A~ A~ 4k 4k 4b~ 4L~4~ Ak A CHESTNUT HILL Patsy Everhart Dial 725-8608 -~V~WT V ,~F,- ,qT V V '~T 'V" On Wednesday Beatrice Angelo, Mabel Wilt, Cora Douglas and Sarah Turner enjoy i lunch at Kentucky Fried Chicken. Visitors on 'l esday of Mabel Wilt and Cora Douglas were Herman Garrett and Humphrey Wilt. Visitors on Thursday of I ster and Pauline Wilt were Sarah Turner and Dwayne Turner of Mannings. Mabel Wilt was a dizmer guest on Sunday of Guilford and Sarah Turner of Man- nings. On Saturday Elaine Grove, daughter Roxanne were. Donna Bramhall, and Pare Randy and Debble Talton and Barker, enjoyed the day daughters Dixie and Brandy shopping in Frederick, later and Malcoma Taltona Later were dinner guests with Jury callers wa Doc Garrett.and Elaine Grove and son George and Sed Talton and Jeff. Malconm Talton visited with Dinner guest on Sunday of Charles Talton at Frederick Jerry and Elaine Grove and Hospital. Glad to hear Charles son Jeff were Donna Bra all is doing better but still keep and later callers were Rachel him in your prayers. Grove, Nancy Grove and Sympathy and prayers are daughter Missy. On Saturday May 8, beginning at 10:00 a.m. there will be a bake sale and flowers for mothers day at the sub station, and Main Station of the Blue Ridge Mr. Fire Dept. Come on out and give these gentlemen your support. Dinner guests on Sunday of George and Sed Talton and Junior and Elva Jackson was Esta Rickard of Charles Town. Edwin and Linda Staubs and "children Penny and Eddie w~xe dinner guests on Sunday of Carl Hawk and daughter Linda of Baltimore. Rachel Grove, Nancy Grove and daughter Missy, Tom and Rose Thomas and daughter Mandy, and Inez Hawk en- joyed dinner on Sunday at Henrys Country Inn in Si~epherdstown. Rachel Grove was a visitor on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk. Rachel Grove, Nancy Grove and daughter Missy were visitors on Sunday evening of Johnny and Faye Grove and children Mitchell and Stephanie of Charles Town. Happy anniversary and best wishes go to Edwin and I inda Staubs who celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary on Friday April 30 with dinn~ at Beef Steak Charlies in Frederick, along with Teddy Cook and Cyndi Viands helping them to celebrate the occasion. Happy anniversary and best wishes ~o to Glenn and Betty SPIRIT OF JEFFF. N Farmer'sADVOCATE AY, MAY 6,19{19- extended to the family and Nettle Staubs returned friends of Mrs. Lacy home on Sunday after spen- Bussard. cling two weeks with her Elaine Grove was a tun- brother Carl Hawk and cheon guest on Tuesday of daughter Linda of Baltimore. Mabel Wilt and Cora Douglas. Visitor on Thursday of MELVIN T. STRIDER ACCOUNTS MAY N PAID AT THIS LOCATION. Higgs who celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary on May 2. Happy birthday wishes go to Tommy Penwell who celebrated her 10th birthday on Friday with a party given by her mother Barbara Penwell. The cake was of Holly Hobby. Those who helped celebrate the occasion were Verna Ott, Jeri Everbart, Tracey Childress, Dusty Childress, Ralene Foster, Crystal Penwell, Kim Piper, Curtis Jenkins Jr Kermit and Diane Ofildress, Willie Hardy and Tonia Jenkins. Games were played and prizes were won by Jeri Everbart, Tracey Childress, Verna Oft, and Ralene Foster, later a slumber party was held and overnight guests were Verna, Kim, Crystal and Ralene. Tommy received many nice and useful gifts. Rachel Grove, Nancy Grove, and daughter Missy were Sunday e,'~g visRors of Edwin and Linda Staubs and children Penny and Eddie, and NeRie Staubs. Happy birthday wishes go to Stephanie Michelle Fravel There will never be a better hme to buy WALL SAVERS* OR ROCKER RECLINERS by & your choice Lane features dependable Dupont n qualit), fabrics in Antra nylon, OrlorP acrylic and Dacron polyes- ter. com con has a big, soft pillow back, thickly pad- ded arms and o deep T-cushion seat. ~,-J~0ng A DIVISION OF RAMEyrs, INC. Corner George & Liberty, Charles Town 304-725-8476 FREE DELIVERY TERMS AVAILABLE who celebrated her i: t birth- were visitors on Saturday of day on May 3, and a parR as Winston and Reba given on May 2 at the home" Presgraves and sons of her parents Marc and Pare" Berryville and later attended Fravel of Charles Town,Those who helped Stephanie celebrate the occasion along with her parents were her grandparents Melvin and Frances Fravel of Conestoga Estates, Harold and Delma Staubs d Silver Grove, Patty Staubs, Greg Staubs, Allen and Jessie Fellers. Weekend visitors of Edgar Everbart, Wanda and Angle were Lyle and Diane Cook, Mildred Cogle, Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, Las Wilt, Earl Rodgers and LOn Staubs. Curtis Everhart was a visitor on Saturday of Larry and Olagene Ott of Shan- nondale, and on Sunday of Leon and Sissy Maser of Boonsboro, Md. Curtis and Debbie Everhart were visitors on Sunday of Douglas and Malinda Cook and children Missy and Dougie of Brunswick. Happy birthday wishes go to Doc Garrett who celebrated his birthday on Sunday May 2. Wish you many, many more. Doc and Margie Garrett the Apple Blossom Parade. Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray were visitors on Saturday of Franklin and Barbara Painter and children of Walnut Grove. DOc and Margie Garrett were visitors on Wednesday of W'mston and Reba Presgraves .and sons of Berryville. DOc and Margie Garrett were visitors on Tuesday of Janet Webber of Brunswick. Visitors on Sunday Dearl and Genevieve Grove were and Florence Staubs of Martinsburg Eva Longer- beam, Sue West and daughter Destiny, Paul and Ginger Grove and son P.J. VLsitors on Sunday of Jerry and Mae Nick, sons Richie and Wesley were Louise Howell, Danny Ridgeley, Jeff Howell and Joe Nick. A house warming shower was given on Friday in honor of Shelia Mobley given by her mother Petrinia HoweLbThose who helped with the occasion were Elsie Anderson, Mae Nick, Louise Howell, Dorothy Grove, Jennie Bowlin and Mary Woodard. Visitors on Monday of I.eona Staubs were Anna Bell Staubs of Bunker Hill, and Elsie Deeds of Inwood, W.Va. Saturday evening visitors of Ervin and Linda Nick were Skip and Pearl EUiott of Middleway, Larry and Elda Buracker of Shannondale, Jack and Rena Liller and daughter Vickey. Dawn Cook, Missy Nick, GuinneGearhart, Tracey Ott, Lynn Cogle and Tracey Childress were among the Girl Scouts who spent the weekend camping at Camp White Rock in Berkeley Springs, Mar- tinsburg. Happy anniversary and best wishes go to Glenn and Kim Cook who celebrated their Ist wedding anniversary on May 2. Weekend visRors of Louise Howell were Terry and Pat Howell and daughter Teresa of Brunswick, Dorothy Grove and son Bruce, and Linda Pierson. Eva Longerbeam, Sue West and daughter Destiny were visitors on Sunday of Wesley and Lola Piper and daughter Pare. cost? The bu! bed*arc protection the Are you protection the sun? 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