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May 18, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 18, 1978

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Shipe Is Honored With Achievement Award FRED W. SHIPE Wrye, acting Harpers Ferry Park, W. Shipe, Park achievement in the Lincoln of Bolivar, is With his favorite Son," prior to ital Regional in granting "I am pleased to join in corn- on your per- congratulating Fred Shipe, in addition to his regular duties, rewired an inoperable sprinkler system in the horse barn, repainted the barn and fending, installed iron railings in each .of the horse stalls, and installed lights in the feed room. Director Fish further com- mented, "Your performance Mr. Shipe, favorably reflects on you as a valuable asset to the National Capital Region and the, National Park Service." Shipe is a member of the Ranger Division at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and resides in Bolivar with his wife Charlene. rood owner of Charles Town, of the local School to par- rkshop of in- ndicraft The held Sunday af- 21 from 1 p.m. friends from hingt0n, D.C., Farm on visited Mrs. They enjoyed their lacy the on the County. the day's and Mrs. Guy Mrs. Henry Mrs. Carson nd Mrs. L. s. Ray Bland Howard drove with her Col. Owens and With them at ell party Mr.. and tingleR in Allen, on Sunday, l's great- and Mrs. joined Wendell are Jason's s, Mr. and Mr. Christine and Mrs. ton, Kim, of Win- Dennis nice gifts w.ith ponies, ICe cream returned the past :Versity of In the to the enroll The Kabletown Church Memorial Fund has received gifts in memory of General John N. Andrews from his wife, Mrs. J. N. Andrews; and in memory of Mrs. Louise Langdon, from Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hayes of Dunwoody, Ca., in memory of David Clipp, Mr. Rudolph Smallwood and Mr. George "Buddy" Smallwood from Mrs. Marie Clipp. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fulcher of Avon Wood Farm were Mrs. Howard Fulcher and granddaughter, Julie Christopher, of Orleans, Mass., and Mrs. Lloyd Robert- son, Norwich, Conn. Miss Sandy Beagle, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beagle and daughter Jennie, of Weirton, W. Va., have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles Saylor, They ac- companied the Saylors to the graduation exercise at Shepherd College, Saturday afternoon, where the latter's son, Dennis Saylor, was a member of the graduating class. Congratulations Dennis. These sentiments are also extended to Dana Alkire who is a member of the graduation class of Jefferson High School. Mrs. Josephine Pipes ac- companied her sister, Mrs. Virginia Brooks of near Lan- caster, Pa., to Marion, Va., to visit their father, Mr. Norman Sheets, who is in his 81st year. Mrs. Charles McDonald at- tended the graduation of her granddaughter, Miss Susan WaDe at Shepherd College, Saturday afternoon. Ten members , of the Kabletown Ladies Aid Society were in attendance at the regular meeting which was held at the home of Mrs. Charles McDonald Wednesday evening, May 10. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Robert Sowers, president. Mrs. McDonald gave the devotions which included the Scripture reading from Romans 8 - God Is For Us; reading a poem dedicated to Mother followed by a prayer. The hymn, "I Love To Tell The Story" was sung. Following the usual business routine a decision was made to serve refreshments at the local Vacation Bible chool, plans were finalized for the Sons of Confederate supper to be held Tuesday evening, May 23. In June the meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Oral B. Hughes who will also have the lesson. Mrs. Lloyd Harshman ?,,7'-a,$ WATERSLIDE .... At The Lovely Harpers Ferry Kampgrounds EE Ride Per Person Wit5 This Coupon TO THE PUBLIC rs 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. race Off Rt. 340 at MOTOR INN will have devotions Our hostess served refresh- merits during the fellowship hour. Mrs. Robert Sowers and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood ac- companied the former's daughter, Mrs. Allen Kibler to Winchester Sunday where they were joined by Mrs. Raymond Marcus and enjoyed dinner in the Lee Jackson Restaurant. Joy comes, grief goes, we know not how. -J. R. Lowell. 'Canal Historian To Speak At Shepherd On Monday, May 22 William R. Failer, superin- tendent of the C&O Canal National Historical Park, an- nounces that Charles Hadfield, noted British Canal historian and author, will speak at Shepherd College on Monday, May 22, at 7:30 p.m. The program will be held in the Blue- Gray Room of the college center building. Hadfield will be visiting the United States and Canada to explore our waterways and will spend several days on the C&O Canal National Historical Park. Hadfield has played an active and significant role in helping to shape British waterway history in his own lifetime. His first book was published in 1945 and since that time, he has written over 900,000 words in the course of producing a series of regional British canal histories. The program is sponsored by the C&O Canal National Historical Park and Shepherd College. There is no admission charge and the public is cor- dially invited to attend. Tattoo Clinic For Dogs Set June 3rd A tattoo clinic for dogs sponsored by concerned dog owners of Berkeley County will be held as a public service at 420 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TttURSDAY, MAY 18, 1978 S. Raleigh St., Martinsburg from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All dog owners are urged to take advantage of this op- portunity to protect their pets from loss or theft. The charge is $5 per dog. For further in- formation or an appointment at the clinic on June 3, call 267-7549, 267-2701 or 267-7093. It is hoped that enough pet owners will have their dogs tattooes in this area that it will no longer be an attractive source of victims for dog-nappers. Friendship Fire Company Dance Saturday, May 27 Members of the Friendship Fire Company of Harpers Ferry, will sponsor a dance at the Fire Hall, Saturday evening, May 27, from 9 p.m. until i a.m with the music to be provided by Larry Peer's Band, "Hocus Pocus". Admission will be $6 per couple and $5 stag. For reservations, call 535-6915 or 535-6967. COLGATE LJSHES 4i99 c COPPER1 SUNTAN LOTION 8 Ounce Bottle Regular 3.19 SAVE 1.20 199 BOUNCE FABRIC SOFTENER 4 99 c 99 c Hi to elPeUJmstaneell be- : WE SELL lyond our control II items [ERICAN EXPRESS listed in thia ad may not MONEY ORDERS be available at ell our lo- cations. 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