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' k WOMAN'S CLUB OF ARLES TOWN PRESENTS BOOKS TO BEGINNERS Raymond Frazier, Supt. of Jefferson Mrs. Lipscomb, Mrs. Lesia Franzen, Mrs. Schools and Mr. John Ritchey, Prin- Gainer, and Mrs. Lang, and each child was of the Page Jackson Solar School joined given a book of his own to take home. All were rewarding experience when they of hard back and on their reading level. There Mrs. Gauis Brown, President of thewere smiles and thank-you's from happy Club, and Mrs. John Lyter, Chair- children as they were given the books. The a project Books For Beginners, andproject is not only an Educational one but a books to all the first graders at the Public Affairs Project in Community Im- y, Mayllth. The following provement. This is just one phase of Public Class rooms were visitedfMrs. Education Where Clubwomen have been ac- Mrs. S. Smith, Mrs. Heflebower, tive. HARPERS FERRY Mrs. Lee Miller Dial 535-6508 Hetty and Orville Baker were very proud Saturday as they watched their daughter Vicky Dinneen receive her law diploma from ,George Mason University. Vicky was also presented two placques at the graduation for be- ing Recording Secretary of the Student Bar Association 1979-81 and for being a Board Member and Associate Justice for Moot Court. A champagne receptiou followed the ceremony in one of the university halls. When Hetty and Or- ville returned to Vicky's house, they were surprised with a thank you cake and gifts, prepared by Vicky. My family celebrated all week the wedding of our daughter Jenny and An- dy Ogden at St. Job.as Lutheran Church Saturday. Jenny was honored May 17 at a linen shower given by Anna Phillips at her home It was a lovely afternoon with many of my friends, and the gifts completely furnished the bride's bed, bath and table. A miscellaneous shower was given in Charles Town May 18 by the maid-of- honor Marian Lloyd for Jenny's high school classmates and a favorite teacher, Mariland Lee. A stag party was hosted May 19 by best man Tim Mumaw at his apartment in Reston. Friday evening, after the rehearsal, the wedding party enjoyed a shrimp boil at the home of Andy's parents, Ellen and Wendell Ogden, in Uvilla. Also present were Wendell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Ogden, of Fall River, Mass and Ellen's twin, Marsha Cozens and sons from California. A reception was held Saturday at the Bavarian Inn, A baby shower was held May 21 at the home of Freddie A~inson for George and Jill Redden. Kim Ott and daughter Desire' visited bet parents Bernice and Vernon Snyder last weekend from Riehmced. The Le Leche League held a meeting May 17 at the home of Nancy Sanders on Bolivar Heights. They will meet there again June 21 at 10 a.m. A dance will be held at Friendship Fire Hall Saturday, May 28, from 9-1 with Special Edition providing music. Phone 876-6705 or 535-6831 for tickets, $8 couple or $5 stag. Friendship Fire Company will hold a Ham Dinner Sunday, June 5, at the fire hall from noon until the food is gone. The menu is ham, parsley potatoes, coleslaw, greenbeans, apple sauce, rolls, tea or coffee and dessert. Tickets are $4.50 for adults and $3 for children. Betty Lou's Dance Studio will present its annual recital Sunday, June 12, at 3 p.m. at Jdfegs~ High School. Tickets to benefit the Stage Production Fund will be $2 for adults and $I for children. New books at the Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Public Library are "Needle- points To Go" by Brande Ormond, "Im- port Car Repair Manual 1983" by Alan Turner and "Gone with the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell. PSC Okays Water Rate Hike Ferry Harpers Ferry-Bolivar users will pay 34 per cent more for their water begin- ning June I. The rate increase was approved last week by the West Virginia Public Ser- vice C(m~.rnission and will go into effect June 1 unless exceptions are filed against it. Large commercial users will pay 12 per cent more for their water. Hearing examiner Maynard McDon- nell also recommended that a deter- mination be made as to why the town is losing almost half the water it pro- duces. A report to the PSC on this mat- ter should be filed within the next six months. GED TESTING THURSDAY, JUNE 2 The next GED testing will he held on Thursday, June 2, only. The testing will begin at 6 p.m. at the Jefferson Coun- ty Board of Education Office, 110 Mor- dington Avenue, Charles Town, West Virginia 25414, 725-9741. There will be no Saturday test/rig. F~ more informa- tion and for an application, contact Donald K. Mickey, Jefferson County Schools. Full Upper or Lower Denture from 149 0 Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees All Insurance and Union Plans accepted EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEINSOD, DMD FREDERICK SHOPPiNO CENTER Frederick, Maryland (301 ) ($62-0131 VISA, Master Charge Restaurant Participating In Auto Safety Memorial Day Restaurant in Charlesdesigned to be a reminder for children in an auto safe- and other passengers to buckle up. Ad- during the Memorial Day ditionaily, with the sticker, each child eacourage children towill receive a "Make It Click" pledge by buckling up their card. The pledge cards are to be sign- in a child safety ed by a parent after the child has entitled "Make It "buckled-up" for one week. Children by the National can return the signed cards to par- ticipating McDonald's restaurants for aged 12 and under whoa complimentary regular-sized McDonald's hamburger. May 23 until June 5 "The idea behind the campaign is to "Make It Click" encourage continued safety belt use, be placed on automobile even after the hofiday p~od," said and child safety seats Bob Drumbeller, President, Greater last). The stickees are Washington McDonald's Advertising ntati iture le bersha rn P la ountry Furn ) May 31st ! Washington St. Charles Town 725-2624 ~! 1983 Habersham Plantation I Low Back & Leg Pain Neck, Shoulder & Arm Pain Headache & Dizziness Swelling & Stiffne Our highly trained Professionals Are by Workman's Compensation to Treat ark Related Injuries at No Cost to the Injured Worker. So why live with pain? Coil now for examination 725-9717 WV 2S4 1 CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC, C.C. RonsoII, Association. "And, we hope the children will encourage their parents to wear them, too." Child re-~.xaint laws in West Virginia require all children less than five years old to ride in child restraints. Children aged three to five years old may substitute seat belts for safety seats. When you have an eye examina- tion, you should tell your eye doctor what kind of sports you engage in, according to the Bet- ter Vision Institute. Special lenses may be recommended for your sport. For example, a golfer may order special eyeglasses that have one correction for addressing the ball, another correction for wat- ching the fairway. Any athlete who wears eyeglasses should see his eye doctor before the season starts to make sure that his lenses and eyeglass frames are designed to take hard blows and that they will help him see everything he needs to see. How long has it been since you had a professional eye examina- tion? DR. LEE R. MOORE, JR. CHARLES TOWN PLAZA 725-1411 I 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M Saturday, ii i i Earlier in May, Due to Extremely High Operating Costs, We Closed Our Mall Store. As a Result We Have TWO STORES OF INVENTORY Packed Into Our Downtown Store. FOR 1 DAY ONLY YOU'LL SAVE LIKE NEVER BEFORE On Every Type of Instrument, Accessory and Piece of Music. II I I SORRY, NO RAINCHECKS, PRICES LIMITED TO IN-STOCK INVENTORY iiii iiii i i l NEW & USED ORGANS REG. SALE Conn Electric Band $ 995 $ 495 Kimball R32 2095 1 295 Yamaha 205 1995 1475 Kimball M70 3295 2095 Conn 544 2195 1495 Corm Chapel Spinet 5t95 3795 Corm ChurCh Console 8295 6195 Yamaha 3 Manual 7695 5795 Yamaha 305 3495 2695 Conn Theatre S~net 4095 2795 Yamaha E70 11,5956795 Leslie Speakers As Low As $150 Choose from LYS, Martin, Sigma, Yamaha, Guild Madeira, Martinez ALL STRINGS, PICKS, PEDALS, ETC. OFF NEW & USED PIANOS REG. SALE Hallet & Davis New Spinet $1695 $1095 Conn Contemporary Consoles 2195 1495 Corm It Prov. Custom Consoles 2895 1795 Yamaha Console Pianos 2995 2395 Yamaha Studio Upright 3095 2495 Krakauer Custom Series 3995 2895 Sohmer Ebony Upright 1095 695 Student Practive Upright 395 195 Kimball Player Piano 2995 2195 Yamaha 5'3" Grand 7695 6295 Yamaha 5'7" Grand 9295 7695 Kimball Baby Grand 3295 2395 VISA AND MASTERCARD ACCEPTED FINANCING AVAILABLE NO DEALERS, PLEASE 14 EAST PATRICK STREET FREDERICK, MD 663-5153 e Twenty tender shrimp--served chilled in the shell--with fresh cole slaw and crackers. It's a " cool and refreshing treat. ADDRESS IT. ,/4{) C// UJ /01tll