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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1978 i H gg * '_.=, ;=,.;J.t'' ,' NAACP. ' ' [L ql "' "hr'le'qlw'"'''hrv'" "1'''e'"9'i' I[[ The participating vocal groups Shannondale Garden Club Mis I s, Mr. C0akley   "l include the Mt. Z, on United l4, '\\; =, .. 8== -- , A, , =,  '  i l Methodist Church Gospel Choir Exchange Vows of Marriage '; '' .()(': I  I-(: I lJ ' ]L X  ,under the direction of Fonda Treated to Rare Luncheon I4  r " '-" I ..................... y u, The Shannondale Garden Club began whensheW ,... :, -  ' ,. ,  Charles Town.  I y Baylor, presidenti::.::!i, was delightfully surprised with a ! on an herb farm PE RSONAL : ofMh ett "culinary treat" luncheon of ' She also worked a / ]   " P l ' g's Apostles Young I I   :: ;i!:ki :( I Adult Choir pointed out that this herbs and flowers at its meeting .Farm in McLean, v ,,..F_ ! : I 'l group will vocalize" unac- OhMr;Y . National Park Serw I'  ' . ..,  I companied by musical in- K arguerite Mickley- She has also / ql    .. .. '..!i Istruments. Mt Zion United eeler, the club s guest speaker, talent at the crdt $ a " PHONE: 725-2046 o,72,$ 2047 ii( 'l Methodist Youth Choir, also presented a most interesting area and now worl ] I "   ! ' ' i under the direction of Fonda talk on the many uses of herbs Patches, Inc., in : ::!i " , ,ii Jackson will present duets, and flowers in recipes that Thecluhme! [ _.  . _. ..... , _ _,. _ .. z ' I solos, trips and choral selec- anyone can make into gourmet unusual but  " '= =  "Y, a/Uons dishes The menu consisted of and were for - . . / George C. Rutherford, Waldemeister Mai wine, Violet Mrs. Keeler's M,ssC.ynth!aHggs, her s=ster, I I Ill I president of the NAACP, will delights, flower party ball, she kindly wasmamtnnrananermne[ek14d  l-|m|ll[dlIIIdlpresent awards to the dandelion treat, chicken salad a The next attendant. IDlldll I Ulffll ||Ulllall ldisting hashed guests who have la tulipe, tossed flower salad which will The parents of the bride an- contributed in a special way to with special French dressing, tallation saffron rice, violet-topped spice ! at the home of squares, tea and coffee. Riverside. A Mrs. Reeler indicated with members interest in this type of cookery favorite covered MRS. D. J. COAKLEY The double ring ceremony was performed by Ray B. Fitzgerald, with a program of wedding music presented by Frank Thornton, pianisL The bride wore a 75-year-old family heirloom gown of dainty white cotton lace enhanced by a hand-embroidered front panel. She also wore a chignon of seed pearls and carried a nosegay of yellow roses and baby's breath. Miss Deborah Anne Higgs became the wife of Daniel John Coakley on Sunday, May 14, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. The new Mrs. Coakley is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James A. Higgs, Jr., of 26 College Circle, Staunton, Va., and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Coakley, of Alexandria, Va. SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE I will offer for sale in front of Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, W. Va. SATURDAY, MAY 27th 10:00 A.M. 168 acre farm more or less, all grassland, all cleared. Excellent pasture has spring and pond -- very suitable for developing, farming. Approximately / mile hard surface road frontage, 1 mile South of 3M Plant, 2 miles south of Middleway, W. Va., 7 miles west of Charles Town, W. Va., 2 miles south of Route 51. Frame house, no conveniences; other outSuildings. Known as the old Joseph B. White farm. For legal description see D.B. 109, page 499 and D.B. 125, page 345 Jefferson County Court House, Charles Town, W. Va. Terms of sale, one4hird down day of sale, balance due in two equal installments 1 and 2 years at 8/z percent interest. Auct.: Edward "Ned" Morrow Phone 1-304-267-4949 1-304-725-2787 William H. Loy Special Commissioner Phone 1-304-267-2992 tertained at a reception held in Club Has Installation the activitiesoftheJefferson their home vith Misses Cheryl County Chapter, NAACP. Deacon,. Karen Higgs, Leslie Higgs and Cynthia Higgs serving l,h Center To as hostesses. The bride is the grand- Night Awards Dinner daughter of Mrs. James A. Ck)se On May 29 Higgs, Sr., and the late James A. Higgs, Sr., one-time residents of Charles Town. She is the niece of Mrs. Emory Kable and Brooke Blackford, of Charles Town, and Mrs. Charles Brundage and Mrs. Robert Guttridge, of Youngstown, O. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Brooke Blackford, former Charles Town residents Miss Wilma Higgs, Rochester, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Higgs, Silver Spring, Md.; Mrs. William (Evelyn Higgs) Wingarde, Baltimore, Md; and Mrs F. R. (Charlotte Higgs) Andrews, of Crozet, Va. Mter a wedding trip to Kitty Hawk, N.C., the couple will reside in Williamsburg, Va. Mrs. Coakley was graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton and attended the College of William and Mary She is employed in the book store at the college. Mr. Coakley was graduated from Bishop Ireton High School ad the College of William and Mary. He is employed by the Williamsburg Ramada Inn. First Son Is Born To Rev., Mrs. Verburg The Rev. and Mrs. John L. Verburg, of Middleway, an- nounce the birth of their first son, John Lamburtus, Jr., on May 8, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The new arrival weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 inches long at birth. He was welcomed home by his five sisters, Johanna, Andrea Tracey, Kimberly and Maxine. Wainwright Baptist Groups Set Bake Sale on June 3rd The Gospel Chorus and the Senior Usher Board of the Wainwright Baptist Church will hold a bake sale on the church lawn Saturday, June 3, begin- ning at 10 a.m. Bread, cake and many good things to ' eat will he on sale. - AUC TIONE ER 267-4949 t May 25-It The annual awards night and installation dinner of the Charles Town Wonan's Club held Tuesday evening, May 16, in the Jefferson High School cafeteria, was a most delightful and im- pressive affair as many of" the members were joined by guests and their husbands and a number of prospective members also attended The delicious ham dinner was served the gathering by the Jefferson High Band Boosters Association on tables that were decorated with flowers representing the col011 of the club and provided an at- mosphere of Spring gardens. Attractive bulletin boards also added to the beauty of the dinner meeting. Following the dinner, the Jefferson High Jazz Band not only entertained the gathering, but added to the festive oc- casion. Mrs. John Lyter asked for guidance and the Lord's blessing in all the club's efforts in giving the invocation for the program which was in the form of a prayer of Thanksgiving. Mrs. C. F Wall, club president, extended a welcome to the guests and members and introduced the guests which included Miss Icie Barbe, Eastern District president, who came from Moorefield. In her installation ceremony, she used the wheel as a symbol of man's first invention and also the progress. The new officers installed by Mrs. Barbe were: Mrs. C. F. Wall, president; Mrs. Robert Wall, 1st vice-president; Mrs. John Skinner, 2nd vice- Mrs. Gaius Brown recording secretary; Miss Louise Walraven,-coesponding secretary ; Mrs. Frances Vickers, treasurer; and Mrs. Ralph Sheetz, parliamentarian. Mrs. John Lyter, retiring vice- president, in .brief remarks, expressed appreciation for Mrs. WaiFs "outstanding leadership and accomplishments during the Wynkoop. Veterans Affairs -- Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer; membership, Mrs. Frank Humston; telephone committee, Mrs. Freda Hinton; Crafts, Mrs. John Hough, Mrs. Frances Vickers and Mrs. Alice Wynkoop; Bingo, Mrs. Emory Kable, Mrs. Andrew Guerin; and Mrs. Willie Law;'Com- munity Improvement, Mrs. John Lyter; the Cancer Lending Closet, Mrs. Andrew Guerin. Mr. Charles Wall, son of the presidenL presided at the piano, playing numerous cheerful melodies as the geusts arrived. Mrs. Robert Wall closed the program by reciting the Club's Collect and Mrs. James Watson furnished background music. Mrs. Gains Brown, chairman of the door prizes, did an ex- cellent job, not only in the large number of prizes awarded, but in that so many of them were both useful and lovely The General Federation of Women's Clubs operates in .46 different countries and in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. It has an over-all membership of 10-million. In the Charles Town Club, there are 70 members who have made many worthwhile contributions to the community and the county over the past 59 years the club has been organized. Berrille Church To Observe 125th Annbersaff June 4 The Berryville Presbyterian Church, Berryville, Va., will celebrate her 125th anniversary on June 4. A fellowship hour will be held at 10 a.m. in the Fellowship Room. No Church School will be held. Worship will follow at 11 a.m. Dr. Robert D. Goshorn will deliver the sermon. At 1 p.m., a covered dish dinner will be served at the past year and she promised cooperation and participation from members in her leadership of the club during her next two- year term of office. Many of the club's accomplishments were noted by Mrs. Lyter. The following out-going of- ricers were presented cer- tificates of appreciation: Mrs. Lyter, Mrs. Robert Ott, Mrs. Emory Kahle, Miss Louise Walraven, Mrs. Frances Vickers and Mrs. Ralph Sheotz. Certificates of appreciation were also presented to the following committee members for their outstanding work in the club during the past club year: The Well-Baby Clinic, Mrs. K. K. Travell, Mrs. Virginia Wysong, and Mrs. Alice church. Each family is asked to bring a meat dish plus a salad or vegetable. Rolls, dessert and beverage will be funished. An informal program of special music, remembrances and greetings will be hld at 2:30. O0spS SUed At Starer Chapel Saturday, May 27 . free Gospel Fast will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Storer College Chapel, co-sponsored by the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and the Jef- ferson County Chapter of the Anniversary (00ifts made of finest gla.sware and porcelain especially dened ]'or: 2Sth SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 50th GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ANY AND.ALL WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Wide Selection IN STOCK NOW We Also Special order upon Request .ndW]lllte Seott CHARL TOWN PHARMACY oooo YOUR DISCOUNT PHARMACY Stuarts Draft, Va.--Enjoy the splendor of nature in Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley from a secluded cottage or beautiful, wooded campsite at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Join us at Shenandoah Acres Camp-Resort, a very modern resort and campground carefully secluded in nature's most rustic setting. Miles of mountain trails for hiking, a three-acre sandbottom lake for swimming, sports equipment, summer horseback riding, bike rentals and excellent fishing in the nearby Sherando Lake, St. Mary's River, Mill Creek SI Back Creek and the Shenandoah IN THE SHENANDOAH River. Cottages with fireplaces 2-bedroom efficiency units with fireplaces Tentsites with firerings Fire wood Wooded campsites * Electric and water hookups Clean, modern bathhouse with hot showers Camp store Ice Laundry * Sanitary dump station Bottle Gas, fishing licenses available nearby $6 camp fee for two adults, children under 12 free Summer cottage reservations required * Rates and color brochure upon request. Shenandoah Acres Camp-Resort c/o C.T. Blacka. Stuarts Draft, Virginia 24477 , 17031 337"1911 125 W. WASHINGTON St. in DOWNTOWN CHARLES TOWN Area offices of the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health Center, at 126 3rd Ave., Ranson; and 239 S. Water Street, Mar- tinsburg, will he closed on Memorial Day, May 29, ac- cording to M. Crane, therapist at the Ranson Center SERVICES FOR ST. THOMAS LUTHERANS The Rev. Richard E. Neal, announces the following ser- vices: Morning Suffrages at 8:30 and 11 a.m., sermon: "Hearing and Doing"; Church School classes, 9:45 a.m., for adults, young men and women, and children. Garden Council To Close Out Year at Cliffside Luncheon The Jefferson County Council of Garden Clubs will close the year with a luncheon on June 7th at Cliffside, beginning at 11:45 a.m. The price is $6.00 per person and advance reservations for council members and their in- vited guests must be made by May 31st. Reservations may be made by calling either Eleanor Manzuk or,Kay Skinner at 725- 5745 or 725-9156. Mrs. Rosa Hall, the speaker, will be speaking on "The In- fluence of Flowers and Plants in Furniture Decorations." TOM , LENNON | I SELLS , CALENDARS MAGNETIC SIGNS BOOK MATCHES BALLOONS, etc. CALL 725-7476 CharlesTown, W.Va. II MAY I0 - 3T I 11 I ! I.! III I I I II I// Award supplementary communications emergency Set on May 26 promote use of citizens REACT Team teams in the The Blue Ridge REACT team Anyone Jefferson County will be formation about I having a special "Awards contact Mrs. Banquet" on Friday night, May 3191. . 26, at 7:30 p.m. The banquet will be held at the Cliffside Motor Inn ]CTA Restaurant in Harpers Ferry. In addition to team members, -.--$[r|gIv special guests have been invited. The purpose of this banquet will be three-fold. First of all, it will provide the REACT members with an opportunity to just get together and have a good time. In addition to this, special awards will be presented to REACT members for distinguished service as a part of the team. Following the banquet the team will meet to discuss REACT business. The Blue Ridge REACT is a community service program WILLSELL dedicated to providing organized : The American citizens two-way radio com-iAuxiliary post munications in local Town, will emergencies. An independent poppies ThUrl non-profit program, REACT's Friday, May objectives are: 1. to provid e a May 27. The May meeting, ferson County Association will Friday at the Building in beginning at 7 Reports will the various mittees. The will be open to the JOIN WITH US IN "MEET OUR PASTOR WEEKS" four weeks are "Meet Our Calvary Assembly of God, Fairfax Blvd. congregation is inviting the public to come pastor. The Pastor William P Reed has past 18 years and has labored faithfully in all ministry. He has been an outstanding well as visiting the sick and shut in's. His superb in all respects. The church has strides. We are inviting you to come to our 10 A.M. or 7:30 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. Bible Study. JEFFERSON INN -- WEEK FRIDAY, MAY 26 Lunch-Tuna Casserole, Salad; Hot Corn Bread ................ "'" Delmonico Steak Dinner ............. 'i Spaghetti w/meat sauce ........ SATURDAY, MAY 27th Fresh Maryland Crab Cakes .... Shrimp Stuffed w/Crab Meat ........... Delmonico Steak Dinner .............. LASAGNE .................. . ....... ' SUNDAY, MAY 28th ' Pork Tenderloin Dinner ......... Roast Beef Dinner ...................... " JEFFERSON INN" PHONE: 72,$ Route 9 -- CHARLES ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::.'::::::::::::::::::::::: for that SPECIAL occasion TUX RENTALS FOR WEDDINGS For A Great Choose the formal d k style you want from Tuxe o Loo . our wide selection. Sensibly priced... for rental or sale. Wedding Parties of 5 or More, Groom Receives FREE Tux KASTLE'S MEN'S SHOP West Washington St. TOWN W.VA.