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lie KIWANIS LADIES' NIGHT AT SHANNONDALE BIG SUCCESS Over 80 persons attended the Ladies' Night the Kiwanis Club officers and special guests of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club held Thur- They are: (Left to right) - Joseph P. sday Evening, May 12 at Shannondale Club for Christian, longtime secretary of the Charles which Patrick Gossage, Minister of Public Af- Town Kiwanis Club; Derry Tribble of Summit fairs of the Canadian Embassy was the prin- Point, District Governor of West Virginia Cir- cipal speaker. His remarks concerned thecle K Club; Charles F. Printz, chairman of the desires of the Canadian people and theirseries of Embassy programs which have been relationship with the UnitedStates. A number presented to the Kiwanis Club in recent of guests wrere present from the Shepher- weeks; Patrick Gossage, the Canadian dstown Kiwanis Club and also the newly for- speaker: Woody Woedford, secretary Shenan- med Kiwanis Breakfast Club of Charles Town, doah Kiwanis Club; Kenneth P. Akers, Lt. as well as some from Shepherd College "K" Governor, Fifth Kiwanis District: and Phillip Minke, vice-president elect, of Charles Town Club. Shown in the victure above were some of Kiwanis. Snyder and Friday evening Miss Patricia Smith of Ronmey, W.Va. was their overnight guest. She and Mrs. Snyder joined with Miss Melba Buckland of Shenandoah Junction to have dinner at the Sundae Saloon in Charles Town and on Saturday morn- in8 the two friends enjoyed the delicious breakfast buffet at Shoney's in Martinsburg. Mrs. Sayder passed along some very interring news: their daughter, Dr. Elizabeth Graham of Gressm, N.Y whois working on her doctorate in clinical pathology at Car- nell University was chosen to appear in the 1982 edition of Outstanding Young Wmnen of America. Summit Pc/nt may well be proud of it's many young men and women who throughout the years, have gone on to highly successful careers in their chosen fields. Con- gratulations, Beth. Christy Jackson, ten year old daughter of Tom and Denise Jackson, rrmde her first communkm at St. James Catholic Church in C"harlea Town on Sunday May 15th. The Mass was celelrated by Father John J. O'Connell and Christy was selected as the chalice bear for tbe service. For the occasion abe a long white dress and the veil worn by her mother at her own first communion. Following the service a recepti was beld at ber home where thirty-four guests enjoyed a delicious buffet lunchenn which included a large sheet cake beautifully decorated to the Eudm t. Tne guests in- eluded Chr ty's grandl m, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sim ik, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jackson and a number of her aunts, uncles and cousins, all from Baltimore, Md. Ammd/ the reception from Summit Point were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Del Cello and Mrs. David Wood and daughters, Heather and Dawn; from ay, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seckler, from Leetown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Connelly and FaOm" Jehn O'Cmmell from Charles Town. Mrs. jackson also told me of two in. teresting items in connection with Crndenda. The first concerned the Marathon for Mothers which was run on Mother's Day by C.J. Edgar who lives just off Route 51. Mr. Edgar ran a total of sev mty-three miles, beginn- ing at Summit Point and rmming non- stop to Shephe Istmm, a distance of twenty two m/los. The last fifty one miles were run on the track at Shepherd College with s five minute stop every hour during wh. h his vital-- signs were checked, his knees packed in ice and he changed to fresh socks and shoes. He was accompanied on the run by a team comprised of his son Chuckle Edgar, a nurse, Mrs. Sharon Growdon and her daughters, Amy and April, and by well.wishers who occas/onally ran with him for short distances. 1"ne event rea $2500 in pledges for Credenda which Mrs. Jackson suggests may be mailed to Crndenda, Summit Point, W.Va. Thursday the Youth Group from the Asbm'y United Church in Charles Town sp t several hours at Credel la in removi bru and shrubbery which had been cut ~t' 'k ~t * ~, 't ~ ,~ t Ib" * ,Ik ~ 'k' 'k ,M * SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 In celebration of Pentecost, the bir- thday of the church, a special service for Grace Episcopal Church in Mid- dleway, St. John's Pippon and the Church of the Holy Spirit was held at the latter church on Sunday morning by the Reverend David Wood. The church was festively decorated for the birth- day celebration and the music for the service was provided by Miss Ruthanne Herriot, flutist and the chiireh organist, Mrs. Philip Creamer. Following the service a bountiful buf- fet dinner was served under marquees erected on the church lawn. The day also being the birthday of Mrs. David Wood. a surprise was planned for her and the group sang "happy birthday" and presented her with gifts and a bir- thday cake. More than fifty were pre- sent for the occasion Many from the Summit Point area were present last Monday evening when the members of the South Jeffer- son Ruritan Club honored their wives and guests at a "Ladies Night" dinner held at the Shannondale Club House. the dinner and the presenta. tion of attendance pins, the was entertained by the Jefferson High School Pop Singers. Later a jazz band frem Jefferson High played danc- ing to end a very delightful evening. John Philip Creamer was the over- night guest of his classmate at WVU, Rick Coleman. at his home in Herndon, Va Thursday evening. Saturday even- inK John Philip was host to about a dozen of his friends at a party held at his home, Locust Grove. Michael Ranelli was among those who participated in a piano and voice recital held last week at the Inwond Performing Arts Company. Michael who at ten is a gifted pianlsh will relx, e- sent Jefferson County at the lh ional 4-H Talent contest in on June 4. His father Don Ranelli, was named ree tiy as the winner of the Ccmmm ty Service Award by Station WXVA, and in connection with this he and Mrs. Ranelli will be treated this week to din- ner and an overnight stay in one of the Bavarian Inn chalets in sbet .rdatown. Visitors Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Fellers and Mr. Skinner Poston were their comins, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hardy of Winchester, Va. and their long-time friends, the Reverend and Mrs. Albert Gingrich of Bedford, Va. The Reverend and Mrs. Gingr ch were residents of Summit Point while the former was the pastor of the United Methodist Church in 1944 and 1945. Mrs. James H. Snyder of Sbenstone was the guest speaker at a family night service at the Millville United Methodist Church last Stmday evening. The service was preceded by a buffet style dinner. On Thursday she and Mr. Snyder had as their luncheon guests their grandchildren, Kevin and Natalie I i Large Selection of Parts and Accessories for DATSUN - SUBARU - HONDAS And all 0thor Import Cars and Trucks Also Complete Machine Sltop Service. A Foreign Car Parts House With Reasonable Prices MAIN STORE 685 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, Va. 226O1 USED CARS 800/3,16-9878 Toll Free BRANCH STORE 104 Moffetts Way Rammn, W. Va. 254138 304/725-8416 or 304/725-8417 I down. The project was orgardzed by tbe Reverend Terry Rae Chattin and when the yard work had been completed the ymmg people, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and their children, Denise and Tommy, enjoyed pizza at Brothers in Charles Town Plaza. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were at Priest's Field near Middleway for separate retreats this week at St. Kevins, Denise being there on Thurs- day and Friday and Tom from Friday afternoon until Saturday. TO HOLD PROGRAM Sunday, May 29, the Youth Alive group fro the Charles Town Baptist Church will present a program at the local Baptist Church, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This is a very talented gronp of yonngpeople and public is cordially in- vited to come and enjoy their music. The Reverend and Mrs. Albert Gingrich Bedford. Va visited on Friday with the Reverend and Mrs. Roy Vexn at West Shenstone and with other friends in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee were guests on Sunday afternoon at a celebration honoring the forty seventh wedding anniversary of the hitter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice of Bedtngton. The celebra- tion was bold at Tower's Restaurant Martin. Mr. and Mrs. McKee are understandably proud of their granddaughter Cindy Gochenour, known to many in the area, who has just been initiated into the Honor Socie- ty at Hedgesville High School. Guests at the home of the Roved and Mrs. David Wood and their daughters, Heather and Dawn, on Sun- day aRernoen, gathered there to wish Mrs. Wood many happy retur of the day, were the Reverend and Mrs. Glen Stevens and sons, David and Mark, of Cumberland, Md. Mrs. Daniel Athey Zaren and D mg Smmey, of Shady Acres, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudol and son Jchn, Mr. and/ . Mark Rudolph and the Reverend Matt Killigan of Gsylord, Va. Mrs. Susan Turner and her daughter Stephanie of Brownsville, Md. were visitors on Wednesday at Monte View, the home of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Staguor. Johnny Rudolph was an overnight guest on Friday at the home of his friend, Brian Everhart in Middleway. LITTLE LEAGUE Although the weather has been most uncooperative, the baseball season for the Summit Point Little League managed to get tmderway and three games have been played; the present How fast can we handle an auto claim? Nationwide agents are backed by a team of ctmms speoahsts capable of settling claims wdhm 48 hours after proof of tOSS And Nationwlcle s dr,ve-to clatms locations help make ~t happen One stop ts usually all ,t takes Call a Nahonw~Oe agent Ask about our hve w~re' claims serwce Its an ~mportant part of Nationwide s blanket protec- hen for your famdy or your business. DOAIM/C/[ ' Wds" FAIIGO 300 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone: 725-34, L4 or 725-83 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Na|lon,#~/ioe IS On yOUr s4Oe Nationwide Mutual lnst~ance Cor~par~y Home Office Co~umbu,5 Ohio --- THURSDAY 1983 standing being Braves 2 wins 0 losses; Ran ers I win2 losses and the Yankees I w~n, 2 losses. The opening day ceremony was held on May 9 beginning with an invocation by Don ~ after which the players and coaches were introduced and the first ball was thrown out by Mitch Fin- d m, rqxeaenthW the South J fferson Buritan Club. In the game played on that day the Braves were victorious with tt wm pitcher, Clinton Burner the losih ,pitcher and Kenny Smith hitting a hame m for the Braves. On May 10 the Braves were again the w t,m's defeating the Yankees by a score of 10 to 0. For that gmne Kenny Smith was the winning pitcher and the losing pitcher was Ccxey Grove. Both Jolm Redolph and Charies Richard hits "home runs for the Braves. In the game played on May 11 the Rangers defeated the Yankees by a score of 16 to 13 with Johnny Zimbro pitching for the Rangers and Andy Ceravalo for the Yankees. Corey Grove, Dale Bane and James Burns got three hits each for the Yankees. MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Dial 535-2261 Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. James Lilla were Mrs. Evelyn King of Laurel, Md. Mrs. Robert Oft of Charles Town, W.Va. Mr. Joy Lilia and children Curtis and Sonya and Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent IAlia and children Jennifer and Tony. Mrs. Evelyn King spent several days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Wilt were SaUa-- day evening visitors of the hitters parents Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Mel Johnson, Mrs. James Lilla, Miss Dot Lake and Mrs. Janie Staubs all went with the travel tonr group to Iuner Kar- bor, Baltimore, Md. on Saturday. Miss Lynn Pope. of Bolivar, W.Va. was a Friday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. ***************** MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 *****************- Mrs. Ludelle art, Gale and son Randy Jr were Saturday evening visitors of Ms. Nellie aden & Pauline. Mrs. Sharon Ott and Mrs. Carolyn Cooper were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Joan Rollison at Chestnut Hill. Amy Kuhn spent Wednesday night with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Belated Happy Birthday to Mrs. Giadys Ott of Rt. 9, for her birthday on May 17. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters of Bolivar were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Algex. Jerry and Nancy Beamer and son Brian, were Sunday dinner guests el Carl and Virginia Viands. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ludelle Oft and daughter Susan and son Picky were Gone and Diane Kerns of Charles Town, Sandy Dinterman, Joey Ott of Flowing Springs Road, Gale Long, Randy Ott and son Randy Jr. Mrs. Sharon Ott was Tuesday visiter of Mrs. Carolyn Cooper. Timmy aden and niece Patisha Shirey, were Friday evening vimtors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and Pauline. Mr. Dem is Grove of Charles Town was Saturday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. This week visite of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oft were Mrs. Elda Oft, Mrs. Raechael Turner, Mrs. Janie Kulm and daughters Shelia, Becky and Amy. Mrs. Annette Urcioio of KeT Ferry Acres is a surgical patient at the Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. Mr. Mark Wiley of Midd way was Sunday visitor of his metlm" Mrs. Cars daughter Samantha and Wiley and son Paul Nathan. Orchard Hills were Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town visitors of the latters was Friday visitor of her sister, Mrs. and Mazie Oden and family. Adeline Oden. Becky Kulm spent weekend with her and Miss Lisa Ode~ gave friend, Janet York at West Ridge Hills. miscellaneous shower in Ronnie and JoAnn Dillow and Marsha Oden at the homei daughter Nicole spent Saturday at Magaha on Sunday at 2 Hagerstown, Md with his children,Those attending were Shannon, Ronnie Jr. and Michael. Kidwell, Mrs. Cand Shannon's 12th birthday on May 21. of Charles They took them out to dinn~ and spent of Ranson, Mrs. Pauline the day with them. Adetine Oden, Mrs. Mrs. Diane Cline and daughters The bride to be Brandy and Brook and son Jason wereeverybody. Games were, visitors of her mother Mrs. Mary Mngaha, Candy Cook, Johnston at the Bloomery. won prizes. Mr. Charles Wilt of the Bloomery Refreshments of white was visitor of his son and daughter-in- trimmed with dolls of the law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt. of honor and bridesmaids Mrs. Elda Mae Buracker and colors c[ the wedding, blue daughters Kim, Sherry and Stacey ofRefreshments of cake, Sbenandale were Sunday visitors of cream cheese, cheese Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. mints and peanuts and Monica Anderson of Dale Marsha received some and Vicky Harding and daughteruseful presents. Mrs. Dawn, were Sunday v mitors of Mr. and dy art and Gale and Mrs. Millard Ott. Jr. and Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger were Fri- not attend but sent present day visitors of Dennis and Brenda Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and daughter Brandy l. uise at Michael of Walnut Grove Charles Town. morning visitors of the Lee and Joan Roaison and daughter Mrs. Ludelle Ott and Bridget and son, Trover of Chestnut Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hill, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Charles Town were Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton at formers sister Mrs. Eva Park View Trailer Park. JoAnn. Mrs. Elda Mae Buracker and Mr. andMrs. daughters Kim, Sherry and Stacey of Town were Sunday Shenandale went to Busch Gardens, Mrs. Nellie aden and Williamsburg, Virginia on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David DilloW; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands of Michael of Walnut were Sunday visitors of the visitors of the formers latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jessie Dillow. Ott. Miss Marshe aden was SberryBurackerofShenand lewas aunt, Mrs. Lanie Saturday visitor of Dennis and Brenda daughter, Shelley at CharleS Grove and daughter Brandy Louise at Mrs. Esther Oden of Engl Charles Town. day caller of Mrs. Adeline daughters Lisa and Marsh& Mrs. Kenneth Wilt was Sunday Gone and Diane Kerns d ! visitor of her son-in-law and daughter Town were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arn trong at Tuscawllla Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Hills. Mr. Mifflin Ott of Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden of Engle visitor of his mother Mrs. were Sunday visitors of the formers Mr. Gary Penweli of mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and Pauline Sunday visitor of his and Bill. They stayed with my mother Mrs. Thomas PenweU and while I went to a bridal shower in honor of Marsha aden who is to be married LOCAL VISITOR on Saturday, May 28 to David Kidwell, Mrs. Joseph Garrity, of Jr, of Jefferson Avenue. Conn is visiting her Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town Clyde C, rand ff. While here! and Mrs. Adeline aden were Friday attend the weddings of visitors of their mother Mrs. Eva Bell and Corbin lassford and JoAJm. tend her 35th class Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and Martinsburl . During the Week of May Hours - 8 to 8 Tire Balancing Oil Change & tube $ Filter included - Quality ARCO Oil Car Wash & Wax $ SERVICE STATION ON THE CIRCLE Wi tow 9. %A On .P.R. New Dodge Omni Dodge Ram 50 , O p to 48 Months or 4 Years SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF FINE USED CARS TODAY FOR DETAILS CALL: 304-267-8908 Queen St. Downtown