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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1978 PLEASE DON'T FORGET BLOODMOBILE WEEK! RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE CHARLES TOWN LIONS CENTER THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1978 10:15 AM to 4:15 PM Vt00O needs you? We do. RedCross. "lhe Good Neighbor. COURTESY COMPLETE BANK and TRUST SERVICES MEMBER FDIC -- PHONE: 725 - 2071 NO SERVICE or MINIMUM BALANCE REQUIRED 'Godspell' Auditions At Old Opera House Set Robert Angel, artistic director of the Old Opera House in Charles Town, announces auditions and casting for "Godspell" to be held on June 10 and 11 at 8p.m. at the Old Opera House. The "Godspell" cast consists of ten young people, five females and five males, with lengthy rehearsals beginning immediately An accompanist will be available during the auditions with "Godspell" music, however you may bring your own music. Musicians, technicians and backstage personnel are also needed. All cast positions are non-paid, however the ex- perience is a good opportunity to further your theatre skills and work knowledge of theatre. "Godspell", a broadway smash-hit musical based on the gospel according to St. Matthew and a proven box-office hit, will bson,ll 17.O Cu.Ft. Frost,Clearl Refrigerator Freezer I = \\; Model RT17F3 Quality features make this a great buy -- 6-position adjust- able glide-otjt shelves, 2 glide- out crispers, c?/wertible- reversible doors, removable door racks, optional cullers, and ice master capability. With W0rking trade in Roderick and children of Temple Hills, Md., have been recent visitors of his mother, Mrs." Elmer E. Roderick and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin E. Roderick. South Jefferson Ruritan Club announced its annual chicken barbecue will again be held at the Community Center, near Bardane on Saturday, June 17, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Senior Citizens, 75 and over, will be served free of charge. All other adults, $3.50 and children 12 and under, $2.00. The barbecue will consist of half a chicken, ap- plesauce, baked beans, ice cream, cake, coffee and tea. The public is invited. The Rev. Jo Anne Alexander, pastor of Central Charge U.M. Churches and her husband, the Rev. Kent Tice, are residing in the home on the Uinta Farm vacated this spring by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rissler. Rev. Tice was appointed by the recent Annual Baltimore Conference as pastor of Marvin and Friendship U.M. Churches near the V.A. Center in Martinsburg. The Oscar Mason family, formerly residing near Ridgeway, recently moved to the farm known as the Lewis Myers farm near Mechanic- stown. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Knott entertained to a family dinner on Sunday, May 28th. Among those attending were their daughter, Mrs. Tom DeRocha and children, Randy and Sandy, their son-in-law and daughter, Regular 469.95. Color extra $10.00 I0 year Replacement Compressor Warranty. PARTICIPATE IN NUTRITION DISCUSSION h NUTRITION DISCUSSED" Simultaneous meetings of two West Virginia University groups at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp recently gave the members time to discuss a mutual interest -- the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), which helps families select and prepare, nutritious foods. Rosebell Roman, left, a new nutrition aide with the Berkeley County Cooperative Extension Office's EFNEP Program, demonstrates one of her teaching tools to Mary McDonald of Berkeley County, center, a member of the West Virginia University Center for Extension and Continuing Education Visiting Committee, a state-wideadvisory body for all Extension programs. Watching the demon- stration is Victoria Goens, Extension home economist who supervises the EFNEP Program in Berkeley County. The ViSiting Committee and the EFNEP staff held separate sessions except for joint participation in the annual EFNEP conference banquet. be presented to the public, at the Old Opera House on four con- sective weekends beginning July 11. Scripts and music scores are available to all interested persons for review, in the office of the Old Opera House. For more information, please call the Old Opera House, 725-4420. KABLETOWN Mrs, Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 ---22====?=_-==722. Mrs. Charles McDonald, Thursday, June 22. Each session begins at 7 p.m., closing at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. David Palmer en- tertained to a full course turkey dinner on Mother's Day in honor of ber mother, Mrs. lienryClipp, l The food was prepared at her I home on Flowing Springs Road and then brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp, Those who enjoyed the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp, members of their immediate family including Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough, Jeffery, James, Bobby and Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Funk, their children, Kathy and Bobby. Preston Saylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor, Avonwood Farm, was a member of the senior class at Frederick High School which was graduated Wednesday, June 7. Congratulations Preston. Richard "Moe" Homer, of Frederick, Md., spent several days this past week with the Charles Saylor family. Mrs. Oral Hughes entertdined on Sunday, May 28th to a family dinner. Sunday, June 3, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ware and his mother, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware were hosts to the Ware Family Reunion at their home, Woodbyrne Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp and members of their immediate family attended the Smallwood. Coffman Family Reunion which was held Sunday, June 4th on the Berryville Ruritan Club grounds. Mr. and Mrs. David Mc- Donald, their children Andy and Teresa, of near Winchester, her father, Mr. Howard O. Bush and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bush and Sonny Bush and families of near Martinsburg on Sunday. It was a most enjoyable occasion. The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club will meet Thursday afternoon, June 22, at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. Mrs. John Rissler will lead the lesson "Discipline Without Guilt - A Parent's Right." Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Bright of Avon, N.Y., enroute to Lake Vale, Fla., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sardone at Cherrywood. On Sunday evening, the Sardone's enjoyed dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sardone at thier home in Reston, :Va. During the week of May 20, Mike Alvarez accompanied by his wife Dianne, "attended a seminar, pertaining to his work in the HarpErs Ferry National Park Service in Cape Cod, Mass. Ryan and Chad remained with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler. May 28, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler were guests at a picnic given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissier. Mike and Dianne Alvarez and two children Ryan and Chad, were present also. The following night, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler, entertained to a fish fry. Ridge Runners ,Hers Meet At Chambers Horn The Ridge Runners 4-H Club of Shenandoah Junction held their monthly meeting on May 19 at the home of Kevin and Sherry Chambers. As their community project this year, the Ridge Runners decided to clean and organize the kitchen utensils in the newly redecorated kitchen of the Weekend 4 for s5 Tank top special for all the kids. Tank tops come in prints for girls, stripes for boys, solids for both. They're all polyester/cotton knit in sizes 3 to 16 girls and 4 to 20 boys. Striped or solid T-shirts for boys' sizes 8 to 20, Special 3 for $5 3forS5 Tee and short speci00 LI for little kids. Rta-itan Junction. Several membm and with a talk and handicraft IH. a talk and photography II. gave a talk on showed some she had made. gave a talk 0a Debbie Jenniso= l You and your Chambers, Jackie Reed on "This The this year. purchasing bulbs from autumn, member or The next at the home June 9, at 7 Striped tees and athletic shorts for 3 to 6X girls. Knit tops and sport shorts for 3 to 7 boys. All easy-cv, re polyester/cotton. \\; JHS Tom Jefferson His tory Philadelphia, May 29th. While there historical sites, dependnce House, First and the This is the existence for the Rizzo. 20% off SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Sale 4.00 to8 Reg. 5.00 to 10.00 Stock up on summer" short sleeve dress shirts. Crisp solidS, patterns in cool pol cloth weaves. Luxury knits, too. 14 / to 2forS5 Short special for big kids. Girls' Sporty athletic shorts for boys and girls. Super colors in poly/cotton for S-M-L (7-14) girls; S-M-L-XL (8-20 Striped poly/cotton tee for girls' at the same special price. Poly/cotton band front shorts, girls' 7 to 14, Special 3 for $5 Superintendent of the local Clipp, Danny and Wendy, Mr. MQN. and FRI. Ju RUSSELL FRI.TrS & SON ,NC II Church school, announces that and Mrs. Stanley Dill. and 00dCPenney " ! a Vacation Bible school will begin I Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. David 9  9 I Monday, June 12 through' I Palmer and Shawn, Mr. and TUES.-WED.,THURS. Charles Town, W. Va. Thursday, June 15, from 7 p.m. I Mrs. Alvin Jenkins, A.J. and SAT. 9- 5 to 8:30 p.m. for the first week, I Amy, Hebe Clipp and Mrs. PHONE: 725 - 55 1 ! resuming school again on [ Fannie Dillow. 197eJCPanneyCo..Inc, .... . ..... Monday June 19 through I. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. I