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4 BLUE RIDGE ACRES Faith B. Cone Dial 725-5488 I'm not sure about the gardens and the flowers but the weeds and the grass are having a heyday with all of this rain. After looking like bare ground on- ly all winter long, mr hackyard is ok- ing more like a jungle. "Why don't you cut your grass?" asks Bertha DeVese looking at our newly seeded front yard. "Don't cut that grass for at least a year," says Don Herr about the same patch of land. "I'll cut it just a little if it doesn't rain," says Russ Cone. So it rained again and the grass grows more. We did have one lovely spring surprise, however: a volunteer dogwood grew close to an oak tree and this spring it bloomed - pink! Not just a little bit of shell pink either, a real pink. Wonder how that happened? Bertha DeVese had stopped by to give me a funny flier when she saw the grass. She said she and Gladys Gooch had had "perfect guests." Seems that Bertha's brother and his wife drove over from nearby Maryland for a visit. Bertha said. "They came after breakfast and left before lunch wonderful timing." There was another neighborhood party last Saturday - some thirty peo- ple gathered to eat both fresh and regular ham and catch up on all the neighborhood doings mid the rain- drops. Joyce Bentley was full of tales of events at the Episcopal Convention in Huntington last week which she at- tended with Betts Kitchen and Pop Wheeler. Seems like they had so much fun they figured we should get an even larger group together and go next year. Between getting lost at the convention and doing a bunch of driving going and coming, the two gals had a wonderful time. Bob and Mary Bell, Bill and Lil Craghead, and Bettie and Cal LaMotte got together at the party to catch up with their latest goings-on. Although close friends, the couples had all been so busy they hadn't had time to visit. Ditto on the being busy for Len Erickson who arrived at the party with Carmen Howe, Carmen said that all things considered, Hubby Harvey felt great the not quite up to partying only a week after major surgery. Len said that after the party he stil] hadto make sauce for the big West Coast salmon he had poached. This would be his con- tribution to the annual church dinner the following day at Luther Place Memorial Church in D.C. Larry and Lucy Gaffney said that their newly planted spruce tree was growing fine, acted as the it had never been moved. The Gaffneys are con- sidering covering their large deck area to add to the space of their home. Don't know for sure how or when, Betty Gault planned to go dancing later after the party. They way that gal galivants around you'd never know that she had such a bad fall a few weeks ago. Bowers Everhart was her lucky escort. Dan and Dolores Herr said they were both tired from having been unusually busy this spring - that seems to he the general complaint this year. The Hefts are already looking forward to a real vacation in September, they have a Florida trip in mind. Two generations of Kitchens enjoyed the neighborhood party. Joe Kitchen, Sr. was called up to help with his exper- tise in carving ham while Betts ques- tioned the wisdom of having green pesto in a green dish. The crises was over once the dipping sauce was mov- ed to a white dish. As usual Wayne and Cyndy Kitchen enjoyed the evening and added great- ly to the event. Cyndy said sho had trou- ble trying to French-braid daughter Carrie's hair since it had somehow got- ten paint in it when Carrie was helping brother Matthew paint the swimming pool, More about that later. Edna Peddicord Nelso came to the party sans John who. as usual was working. Both the Nels~ns are counting the day until his time with the railroad is over in early June. Unfortunately that will mean that the couple will com- plete their move to Spring Hill, Florida. Tom and Georgia Patrick said their ODOR8 AWAY BIG JOB AIR FRESHENER FROM ~d~-~" Pump-bottle conta[n.s no aerosol pro- pellants 40Z, bottle con- tains approx- imately 900 applications Destroys odor with no cover-up / Valley Hardware Co. PHONE: 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TIlE OFFICE OF S. P. Nayak, M.D F.A.C.$ Inc. (Orthopedic and Reconstructive Surgery) Is Moving From Its Present Location To 207 SOUTH PRESTON STREET (Opposite Jefferson Memorial Hospita I) EFFECTIVE MAY 16, 1983 Telephone: 725-6561 Office Hours: Monday through Friday (8:30 a.m. --- 5.:00 p.m. Daily) (By Appointment Only) 5-12-31"* Ot=FER ENDS L/m/ted//me Offer 1he Addition Of Truck Service To Our Myersville Paris & Service Center 1100 and 3208 ENGINES oA Here's what you get: Oil sample, change Caterpillar oil filter, fuel filter, engine oil, grease chassis, clean- inspect air cleaner element, steam clean engine. 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Since the Patricks seldom get a chance to travel togeth anyway, Adam poses no problems. Tom just returned from a lmsiness trip to San Diego. Marilyn and Jim Pinson blamed their late arrival at the party on a hard day's work. Jim had hired some kind of backhoe or something and had been working all day long pulling out huge stumps from their riverview progerty. The Pinsons were also excited about their mini-garden which Bill Craghaad planted on their side of the fence while they were in Florida. Evidence of Bill's green thumb can be seen all around Blue Ridge Acres. Billie and Gem Pr tov represented the so-called "new" section of BRA at the party. Not that the Prostovs are so new - their grandchildren grew up sometimes at BRA with the John Bell - Mike Smith age group. Billie's hand was in a splint after yet another opera- tion. Says she hopes to get it off after a couple of weeks - the splint comes off - not the hand. It's so hard to do anything with 2 fingers on the right hand tapped to a I rd. still does his volunteer work in remedial reading each week. The couple maintains their principal home in Georgetown, D.C. Guess that takes care of the party people. Don't know bow I'm supposed to write by the window if parent titmouse takes the opport~.mity to teach a young bird how to feed and fly. It's worth the price of admissiofi~,0, hear the adult Mattie Funk called me last week to chirping and the baby ~ to imitate say that the s~nming pool was all its parents by sound and a'etinns, painted Seems that Stevens Craun on My son John Gardiner brought a hearing that rain was predicted for the friend Pat Compton to visit us last weekend when the adults planned to weekend. The two were fascinated at paint took annual leave from work and the bird activity outside the window enlisted the aid of some of the kids to and Pat was particularly trying to get paint the pool after school. Matt Craun, a better look at our humming bird. One Matt and Carrie Kitchen, and Ricky day last week that silly bird kept fly- and Rabble Sullivan responded to his ing up and down by the window-door plea for assistance and the pool was iooking for all the world like be was try- painted by nighffall. Many thanks to al] ing to get in. They are so fast of these volunteers. If all goes wll the Son John worked on our long-broken pool will open Saturday May 28th. record changer tr3dng to get it out of the Shepherd College graduates include cabinet to take to a repair shop. By the a couple of BRA relatives. Ruby and time he had the unit removed and Mary Browning attended the gradua- dismantled be got a better look at it. He tion ceremony to see their decided the trouble was with a small Barbie receive her spring; he clipped a piece of wire off graduating was Earl and and remounted the turntable; it work- Newton's grandson ed. We had tried everyway to get that Congratulations. machine fixed since it broke in Nov. Belated birthday wishes 1981. Pavorotti never sounded better as son who celebrated his in I finally got to play his Christmas 7thofMay and tobrotber record that Lea Erickson had gotten for who had his happy happy lag I us. Ray! Faithfully GOOD NEIGHI RUSSELL L. 513 Euclid Avenue Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-7311 The one to see for oll your Insurance NIm~ls. t/ke A Stats Farm Is Tkere S!3te Farm )~sur3nce Co~ Home Of'~ ce$ B oom~r~g?on When it comes to finding help with meals, Moms like Kentucky Fried Chicken. They appreciate the convenience, while their families appreciate the Coloners delicious chicken. er tickm. god# I I I 2-PIECE COMPLETE DINNER This coupon good for one 2-piece complete meal, ~1 Recipe or Extra Crispy. Meal includes: .2 I)CS Chicken 1 Buttermilk Bisquit .1 Serving of Mashed Potatoes w/gravy 1 Serving of gardon fresh cole slaw Limit one coupon per customer. 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