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MEMBERS SHANNONDALE GARDEN CLUB STAGE SEMI-ANNUAL LITTER PICK-UP each year members of the Shannondale Garden Club litter pick-up and on April 28th at 9:00 a.m. the group at the parking lot in Shannondale and participated in highways and by-ways in the development. noon quite a number of bags were filled and the hungry met at the clubhouse for a deliJhfful lunch. workers who helped were: Helen Grimm, Sandy Irene Weed, Joe and Lee Rosskamp, Mary Schroeder, Marty Blue, Vivian McIntosh, Elaine Amos, Alma Bertyeand Wayne Riecks, Margaret Hicks, Eleanor Sue and Willa Nowell and Martha Smith. in the above picture left to right are: Marty Blum, Blue, Bertye Riecks, Martha Smith, Wayne Riecks, and Irene Weed. ************** Mrs. Betty Jean Cri~ from Annar~ MIDDLEWAY date, Virginia mit on Saturday with Naomi Barrow Lucy Clerics Fritts from Mmmsass, Va Dial 725-2500 and Mn. Heten Parker of Charm tttttttttttttt Town Saturday visit s with Mrs. Sunday morning that Helen James, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Samuel F. Butcher Hough and sons Johnny and Chris, in an automobile acci- from Security Hills, were Sunday both patients at one of visitors. On Sunday Mrs. Jam~s Cain in Elkins. Ray. Butcher was a luncheun guest of Mrs. James. of the M~qMleway United M/ll. John ~aull treated Mrs. Sarah 1956 till 1~0. Blue, Mrs. GladysDtmnandMrs. Hilda oa their way to our areaKable to lunch on Wednesday at the occurred. We wish Bavarian Inn in Ray. Charles Frum of Summit Point and of Rippon were Mrs. Tucker visitors this past week with Mrs. Helen 8tephem, City, Va. Her bus- White, Mrs. Fleda Gravel and Mr. a patient in the Win- Harry Hayslett. Hespital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Plac Billy Crnm Riqg, Rodney Smith, Keith and Miss Vickle Robinson dined on Mark Taylor and Robert Saturday night at the Peking Charles Town Restaurant in Martinslmrg. The Old participated m Opera House in Mart sburg presented Land Judging Con- a play. * en Thursday May Mr. and Mrs. Rhondo Srmdlwond and in third place. It was Mr. Elmer Dunlap of Charles Town the Potomac Valley and were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Soft Cons vaUon Vh1 da Du ap. Accompanying them to SFC and Mrs. Kenneth Snyder and Were Larry Ring and daughters Dona, KendraffiadLes y t Cute. Mrs. Cure's mother of Inwocd, Mr. and Mrs. K win Jones grand- of Va m d wore Armstrong, from Green Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and them in Romney for Mrs. LesterWhlte. fdlagein the con- Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr entertained Nicodenms t mm Sunday with a dinner in honor of her School. His team daughter-in-law, Mrs. Max Dram for t. her birthday. Guests ~ husband Max, their children Max Jr and home on Sunday afterDuane, Mr. and Mrs. Stankw Dram Jr days with Mr. and and children Am, Vtc and Ginny of Rip- Friend and children pan, Mr. andMrs. RobertRubyofSt. James Village, Md Mr. and Mrs. students of Mrs. Becki Keenan Dmm, Mr. and Mrs. Charles their conce Lee and sam Mike and Aarm, Mr. and at the AsburyMrs. MmmelAfvar mmismAlex, Mr. Church. Those from and Mrs. Terry Dunn and daughters Participating w re Sobee- Kathy, Kristy and Karen, Mrs. Sarah Friend, Sarah Piter Blue, Mrs. Mary Hough, Mr. and Mrs. : ~verhsrt. Many from the Jay Dram and son Blaine, Mr. Graftun Liskey of the Village and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Shirley Jr and John Lowery and family of till Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. Helen Shirley honored her Mr. and Mrs. Roy grandmnSeanBurtunwithabirthday party en Tuesday evening at her home Billy Ring from the in l~dden River. Gusts included among the Sdence Club Saan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ctmrl Town Junior SldrleyJr hissiM l i, Sl Tyand Friday at Inuer Krista, Mrs. Judy l~Uls and daughters Md. Renee and Julie, Stacie Breeden and attended a bridal Reynolds Grove. His cake was baked ms, sartmn w Isor anddocoratedbyt and friends in Walkersville, in the form of a Pae-Man. evening. Wind- and lm . Charles Edward Gard- Lee Ba.rrow, Jr will rim', Sr and son Chuek, Mr. and Mrs. June 10 near Frederick, Jay Kearm of the Village, Mrs.Jackie sz ph and Sarb.ra imp. Earl M Wondbrid,Va and Mrs. Glenn wedding anniver- l ,andok of Saegm'stown, Penn were ,was held SumJay dinner guests with Mr. and Mr Saymmd Hough In mpp , many of his Jdm lilto and see Ridde from Irlesda Irmn the Village GoMwln, were Satur- ' day visitors with Dm-s Feigley. TRYING TO DECIDE WHERE TO BUY YOUR NEXT CAR OR TRUCK? WE SELL OVER 100 DIFFEI~NT MODELS OF ~klERAL MOTORS PASSEN~IR CARS AI~I) TRUCKS AT 01dmeb/b - GMC Trucks Rt. 9 North -- Charles Town, W. Va. TELEPHONE: 725-3448 OPEN ~ ~JCDAYg--S: @@ A.M.-8:~ P.M. SATURDAYS- 9:@@ A.M. - 3:@# P.M. SPIRIT OF JEFFER~K~q Farmer's ADVC)C~TE -- THURSDAY, MAY 2b, lcJ~3 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson, Mr. Washington, D.C. on Monday and and Mrs. Larry Ring and children Bil- toured many exciting places as ly, Becky and Dabble, Mr. and Mrs. Capitol, Air Space Museum and the Art Joseph Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Museum. Ring Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rebe~, Mr. Gary and Brenda Cogle and sons and Mrs. Arnold Miller from the Jammie and David, and Lynn Cogle Village were among those that atten were among those with the Moun. ed the 50th wedding annivesary on Sun- taineer Club who enjoyed the day day afternoon at the Men's Club in on Sunday at Busch Gardens, in Shepherdstown for Mr. and Mrs.Earl Williamsburg, Smith. Happy birthday wishes go to little Mrs. Ralph Creamer is doing very Beth Wilson who celebrated ber second well at bar home after having open birthday on Sunday with a party given heart surgery, by her parents Cliff and Judy Wthum We are happy to report that the Rev. and brother Jason. Those who helped Clark Elllott returned home on Satur- to celebrate the occasion were Jerry day aRer being a patient in the Jeffer- and Mac Nick and sons Richie and son Memorial Hospital. Wesley, Mary Gray and daughters The repair committee of the Mid- Missy, Pat, Anna Mae and son Lucas, dleway United Methodist Church met Kathy Cogle, and daughters Dana and Monday night in order to make plans Kirn, Floyd and Sharon Nick and for activities for the summer to raise daughter Amber, Johnny and Susie money for repairs that are badly need- Wilson and son Shane, Anita Wilson, ed at the church. Upcoming events are Sammy Wilson, Cliff and Peggy Sunday morning May 29 a kick off for Wilson. Those who sent gifts that were donation& June 19 at 7:30 p.m a hymn unable to attend were Dabble StlllwelL sing; July 16 a festival and on August Charles Gray and Benny Shupp. Beth 13) flea market and auction, received many nice and useful gifts. Allen Dodson from San Fernando, Visitors on Sunday of F--red and Peg California, is spending some time with Nick were Jerry Nick and sons Richie his father Bill Dndson. He traveled to and Wesley, Ronnie Nick and son Dan- West Virginia by train. On Saturday nv and Louise Howell. and Sunday he was a dinner guest with Mrs. Helen Shirley and her family in Curtis and Dabble Evertmrt were Hidden River. visitors on Saturday of Elda Mae Hutzeil of Bonnsbero, Md. and on Sun. ***************** day with Doug and Mellnda Cook and CHESTNUT HILL children Missy, Dougie and Amanda of Patsy Everhart ~runswick, Md. Happy birthday wi~Lhes go to Wayne Dial 725-8608 Cook and Dougie Cook who celebrated * * * * * * * * ~ * * * * * * * * their birthdays on Monday May 23, and George and Sad Talton and daughter to Peg Nick on Wednesday May 25. Roxanne, Malcoma Talton, Jada, and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray Buck Hetzeil were visitors on Sunday were visitors on Sunday of Buck and of John and Jane Hawk. Barbara Painter and children of Jada and Buck Hetzetl, and Meicoma Walnut Grove. Talton spent the weekend with George and Sad Talton and daughter Roxanne. George and Sad Talton and daughter Roxanne were visitors on Sunday of Charles and Gloria Talton of Knoxville, bid. Melvin and Ida Piper and daughter Patricia were visitors on Sunday of John and Josephine Mercer of Charles Town. Happy belated birthday wisbes 8o to Jerry Grove who celebrated his birth- day on Tuesday May 17. Chuck and Ellen Wilt and children David and Vickey were dinner guests on Sunday of Tom and Donna Wilt and children Genrge and Connie of Summit Point. Lester and PauLme Wilt enjoyed the day on Saturday shopping in Lester Writ was a visitor on Sunday with his mother Mrs. Mabel Wilt. Pare Smith of Lovettsvil~, Va. spent the weekend with Jeff and Donna Grove and daughter Jill. During the wenk visitom of Jerry and Elaine Grove were Linwond Swartz of Middle-way, and Kenneth Athey of Charles Town and Dwayne Turner of Mannings. James Viands, and Torn Thomas wore visitors on Saturday of Jerry and Elaine Grove, while helping to add a new patio, to their new mobile home. Rachel Grove, Kay Grove, Nancy Grove and daughter Missy, Jeff and Donna Grove and daughters Jill were visitors on Sunday of Jerry and Elaine Grove. Congratulations to Lee and Joan Rollimn who have purchased a new home. Judy Wilson and daughter Beth, and Sharon Ott were visitors on Monday of Kathy Cugle and daughter Kim. Happy birthday wishss go to Norman Hostler who celebrated his 50th birth- day on Friday May with a surprise party and dance g/van by Lo , and children Melody, Steve, Scott and Amber, held at the Lions Cantor with a grest band grotqp "Aft Mr,' the par- ty was well attended with family and friends with very enjoyable evening. Cathy Painter Angle Everhart, Ann Cummings, Douna Dav , Pare Jackson, and Pam Jenkins were among the 9th grade students of Harpers Ferry Jr. High School who motored by Amtrak train to Liz Leske of Loudoun Hei hts, Va wasa visitor oc Saturday of Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray. Visitors on Sunday of Edgar Evefhart, Wanda and Angle were Lyle and Disne Conk and children Dawn and Chris, Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray. Doc and Margie Garrett were visitors on Sunday of Jce and Liz Leske and daughter Joell of Loudoun Heights, Va. Terry and Pat Howell and son Cheer, Louise Howell, and Dan. ny Ridgely were dinner guests on Sun. day of Nelson and Anna Grove and children. Visitors during the week of Louise Howell were Anna Grove Arid children Robin and Randall, Shella Mobley and sons Mike and Tommy. Dinner guests on Sunday of I)sarl and Genevieve Grove were Darlene Howell and children Calvin and Tam- mi, Bobby and Ruby Longorbeam, Dorothy Grove abd son Bruce, Jimmy Grove, Lisa Grove. Later callers were Marshall Grove, Harve Longerbeam, Gloria Grove, Danny Ridgely, Louise HoweU, and Var~ssa Everhart. Bobby and/Ruby Lougerbsam were visitors on Friday of Sherman and Pricilla Marcus and daughter Wendy of Leesburg, Va. Bobby and Ruby Longerbeam, Sher- man and Pricilla Marcus and daughter Wendy enjoyed dinner on Saturday at Johns Restaurant in Ransun. Happy birthday wishes go to Patty Staube who celebrated her lgth birth- day on Tuesday May 24. Dinner guests on Sunday of Harold and Delma Staubs and children Patty and Greg were Pam Fravel and daughters Stepbanie and Sarah of Charles Town, and Louie and Angle Staube. The Shenandoah Gospel Singers will be guests on Sat May beginning at 7:30p.m. at the Vanclevesvi~ Chris- tian Center, better known as tbe church of the Brethren where Rev. Robert White is pastor. The Blue Ridge Mt. Ladies Auxiliary will be having a ttng party on 1Lnurs- day Juue 9 7:00 p.m. til 9:30 held at the Purcellvllle Skating Rink anyone that needs transportation, contact any member. III --- II Clarke Motors Has It All O .$ A.P.R. Financing AND/OR On New Dodge Cars and Dodge Trucks Plus 5150 Coverage at no extra cost! Offer ends May 31st l-IIM mmEgUlm Dodge 600 4-Door Sedan e A.P.R. Financing See Us Today. MOTORS, INC. "Home Of Service" PHONE 662-2500 Located at Route 7 and Interstate 8 ! Winchester~ Vo. For Start Though the Jefferson County United Way drive is still months away, vohmeer are paving the way and mak- ing preliminary preparatt s. Headquarters are being readied in donated space in the Supertane Building where a new phone has been installed: 725-GIVE. The Udrd-floor space is more than ample, but is bare and in need of tables, chairs, one or two desks and filing cabinets. United Way campaign manager, Mrs. Mary Elinor peters told a recent breakfast meeting of officers that she is h~ping for donated or loaned furniture and equipment. A public intormation committee has been formed and is hended by lVlrs. Ed- ward Kruger. "Our task," she said, "is Way Drive to keep the public informed not just at campaign time but throughout the year d the day-in, day~ut services rendered to Jeffemon Cotmtiam 52 weeks of every year." One way of doing this, according to Kruger, is to sponsor ' l'mmk You Tours" to enable omtributors to actuaV ly see where their money went. "What we would like to do," she explained, "is to have small groups of United Way contrilmto meet with our agency ser- vice wm4zers and witness first-hand how United Way services help Jeffer- son Countiam 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Omtri*m~ then emdd see how their well-spent United Way dollars help work for all of us." Happy belated birthday wishes go to Mrs. Leona Staubs who celetwated her birthday on Thmy May 12. Visitors on Wednesday of Mrs. Lemm Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stanbs of Bunker Hi . BOLIVAR Donna Hardy Dial 535-2318 Mr. David Jomm returned home Tuesday after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for 10 days. We wish him a speedy recwcery. On Monday Mrs. ~ Ring and grandson Bradley spent the day with moth Mrs. l-lflda Creamer and aunt Mrs. Carrie Donavm. Ms. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donavon waa a recent dinner guest of Mrs. Elizabeth HoMield of Bard~ ne. Mrs. Ho 'mids son was there from Sea.e, Wa 6 to Mr. La0mr l )yd. On Saturday before Easter in the eveniug Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creame Mr. and Mrs. Dave and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Files of Martinsburg sur- prised moCh Mrs. Hilda Crmmer and aunt Mrs, Carrie Donavon with a cookout. On F ter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring of Middleway took her mother Mrs. Hilda Creamer and aunt Mrs. Carrie Donavon out to dinner. wwwewwWWll~WWewwwwW LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 72 8309 ************* *** The Extension Homemakers Club met May 18 with Thelma Newton, the Blue Ridge Mb0tmtain was beautiful and eleven enjoyed Mm. Newtom warm hospitality. Helen Coliis had devotiems truing Mothers Day and mentioned Hannah and Samuel as example of Hannalm love for her Samuel. She read a poem she had written for her mother. Virginia Tabb, presldmt> was in charge of Ixmiue . The nominating committm was to for the coming year. Orpha Quinn and F ,dna Wmm m 4ed. Dot Hanmm had an interestlng lesson on Herbs passing samples of different herbs in butter and Edna Ware had dandelion jelly as a sample. Mrs. Newton served delicious refrshments. The next meeting will be June 15 at Shenandoah Nursing Home. Each member is to bring cookies. Invitatio are out for the wedding of Lori Ann Bane and Howard Clark Tabb Saturday May 25 at 1 o'clock in A~mry U.N. Methodist Church, Charles Town. Mr. Stan and Mrs. Hazel Barkdoll and their mm Scott from Shepherd- stown are now living in the Furr house they bought it sometime ago and plan to completely restore the large house and the office that was used by the late Dr. Hirst. Scott expects to live in the small house. After taking some tree roots out of the well, they found the water was good. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler, Inwood visited Mrs. James S. Locke on Thurs- day night Mrs. Victor Blue, Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Mrs. John Simull and Mrs. Donald Kable, had lunch at the Bavarian Inn in Shepherdatown on Wednesday: Victor Dunn has finished the semester st Morgantown and will be win'king in the Senmte Post Office in Washington this stmuner. Vic is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Jr Ea wood Farm, Rippon. The Vanclevesville Extension Homemakers Club attended the ser- vicss at the Baptist Church on Sunday morning. In response to their request the hand Bell Choir presented spaelal music. The Bratins Family of Prato Rio, Leetown is celebrating two birthdays in May. Sunday, May 13 Ily. Josephine and their daughter, Burm and two grandchildren, Sascho and David Barbara in honor of her birthday. The family celela'atod lly Brstina's e~[hty seventh birthday May 25. Hehad been pleased to have received birthday greetings from the White House. A new sessionef Mr. Bratina's Ex- Class will begin June I at 10:~ a.m. in the Physical Education Building at College. There is fee for the classes. The class w~mbers meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. All are welcome to attend. 1981 Ford Fairmont Wagon LOW MILES 198 ! Buick Riviera LUXURY EQUIPPED 1981 Mercury Capri BLACK MAGIC 1980 Ford Fairmont 4 Dr 4 Spd A/C 1980 Plymouth Horizon TC3 AUTOMATIC 1980 Chevy Monza 3 Dr 4 Spd. 1979 aids Cutlass 2Dr, Auto, V ,P.S P.B Air 1978 Mercury Gran Marquis 4Dr LOADED 1977 Ford Maverick 2Dr 6Cyl AUTO. 1976 Ford Mustang 2Dr 4Cyl 4Spd. 1976 Mercury Marquis 2Dr EXTRA CLEAN 1975 Datsun B210 AUTOMA TIC TRUCKS 1980 Dodge D-150 6 Cyl 4 Spd. 1979 Ford F-1S0 Super/Cab V4, AUTO. 1978 Chevy Big 10 V-B, AUTO. 1979 Ford Courier 4 Cyl 5 Spd. 1979 Ford E-350 Parcel Delivery Van. 14ft. 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