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ower Club Landscaping of Education ;ERSON OF EDUCAT ; t10 MORDINGTON AVE above are the principals involved in final preparations for Ion- of the Jefferson County Board of Education grounds on Mar- Avenue, a project undertaken by the Windflower Garden Club. rare, (left to right)--Jody Carter, chairperson of the landscaping Donald Mickey, administrative assistant to the superintendent Jennifer Kohlhepp, Windflower president; Betsy Barker, Club Raymond Frazier, Jr superintendent of schools; Pe gy of the Dolley Madison Garden Club, serving as project (Photo by Tim Sinn) w~ Garden a IIMIjOr, the land- the Board of The club has he theme "The I" for their Windflower has been hard at am appropriate The first project entails of trees and of the Board thus beautifying the of the area varieties of ees have been mtt design. members hope Countians will the chance the newly- Board of building into a all individual or by planting a Windflower clubs and. mronghout the 4ocal business will be project. Board employees, the system, and . will hopefully aadRional support, Jody Carter the committee of an "uvmg be compiled, names will the Board of Butler of the Garden Club Tabb of Town and have agreed consultants for the involved in the be provided Club, but tare relying on from If an in- interested in he ! Jennifer of the Club, at 725-5176 Trsasurer and at 725- and sirube range I15.o0 to Is0.00. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 ANNIVERSARY DINNER Baked chicken and all the appropriate trimmings provided a buffet dinner at the home of Mrs. Mary Piper of East Washington Street on June 7th. Mrs. Piper en- tertained a number of relatives and friends honoring the first wedding anniversary of her grandson Gerald Piper and wife Lorla od Towson, Md. The guest list included her granddaughter, Debra, husband Bobby Litzua and their daughter Jamie of Baltimore, Md also Mrs. Howard PenweU, Mr. and SL,-s. Carper, Anna Hough and son Richard, Mrs. Mary Lancaster, Edith Whitt zgton and Joe Gilpin, all local residents. Mr. Jim Edwards of Leesburg, Va presented Mary with a floral arrangement as a gift which graced~he dinmr table for the occasion. AARP NEWS Park Ranger Gerald V. Sheerin of the U.S. National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, was guest speaker for the June meeting of Chapter 799 last Thursday at Asbury Methodist Church. Mr. Sheerin told of the history, origin and progress in the establishment of all National Parks in America and an over the world. They were made possible under the U.S. Department of the Interior. He rderred to them as the Crown Jewels of the lands set aside for the enjoyment of generations to come. During the business session of the meeting Mrs. Arrah Mae Lehmen, President, reminded everyone of the annual picnic at Morgans Grove Park on July 8 at 11 a.m. Beverages are provided but members are to bring their own table service and a covered dish. She also made note of the fact that Chapter 799 has the largest mere- hers|alp of an the chapters in this district, including Mar- tinst rg. Mr. Bob Ricketts, Assistant Director of the State AARP, enlightened members on the sub :t of Itealth hmurance Po]i . A report indicated that the AARP Banquet at Cliffside was an muemal success this year with a vote of appreciation to Bennetts Greenhouse for donati of a colorhd Impatiens plant as a hvor for each of the 79 per- smm attending, also for the exquiaite floral arrangement used on the speakers' table. It SPHLTTT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1982 was a gift of the Bank of " - "'" Harpers Ferry. SILVER GROVE Mr. David Harne agreed to serve as chaL,'nmn of fund Mrs. Juanita Buzzard raising of the $1,000 pledge to Dial 7 -2240 Mac and Lisa of Fez Glen. the building program of Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Jefferson Memorial Hospital People wi~ flembie r4oit 'Wells" W. Vo. Mrs. Hazel Murphy an- nounced that the medical lending closet which is ms]ntaLned by Chapter 799 is available and free for use by members of the local chapter. At noon a light lunch and serial hour were enjoyed by a large attendance of mere- hers. NEW8 OF NOTE Harry Blackford and his volunteers of the Mental Health office in Ranson transported a number of Locust Grove Rest Home residents to the Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival last Friday. Many artisans were at work in their particular field of Arts and Crafts. The weather was pe~ect and not too crowded. As one of the volunteers, I took in everything too but I must say the day was complete for me when I took lime out to enjoy a big Penna. Dutch funnel cake. Mrs. Nettle Henry who resides in Charles Towers has r~ed home after a visit with her daughter and sol~in- law, Mr and Mrs "-Donald Bush in Daytona Beach, Fla Mr. and Mrs David Hough, Washington Village, attended graduation exercises at Boyce Elementary School on June 9th. Their grand- daughter Usa Lee Hough was a member of the dam. Lisa's parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Hough Jr. of Boyce. Mrs. Virginia Newman, 400 North Mildred Street, has returned home from Win- chester Hospital after having been a patient for a week there. She underwent cataract surgery from which she is making a satisfactory recovery We are sorry to report that Raleigh ~affer was read- matted to the VA Medical Center for 51rther treatment. Tom Lennon, Wasldngton Street returned home aRe" spending 34 hours in our hospital last w~ek, Tom said he had a recurrence of a lower urinary tract infection which was cleared up in a short time. He was stricken while working in his yard. Mrs. Frances Robinson, Patrick Henry Way, ac- companied by her daughter, Darla Jean Pittinger, at- tended the annual Alumni Ban~luet at the HedgesviUe High School in May which honored 50-year graduates. Mrs. Robinson was salutatorian of the class of 1932. PRACTICAL WEST VIRGINIA E "' WORLD INTE 3 Waters and Kenny and Rodgers and Renee and and Cindy and Jeri Lynn were Christine Buzzard were Melaniewe'evisitorsrecently visitors on sunday with Mrs. overnight guests on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vanessa Everhart. twithMr of Stewart and Chrb, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Larry National Guardsman Jefferson County's Thomas E. Loxley was the states sole contributor to major 1982 U.S. conference on renewable resources. His paper described his unique home heating and cooling system which marries the sun and the earth with super-efficient electric equipment. The 2400 square foot test house in Shep. herdstown cost just $100 to heat last winter. The system adds about $2,000 to the cost of an average new home and pays for itself in two years. What's more, it looks like a normal hgme! Educational tours are available by appointment. coil 876-6679. Adults $20 (spouses free) students $10 with adult. Compare these prices to the av erage cost of dental care. Then infrocluce yourself to an exciting new concept that gives you quality, professional treatment and saves you money. We do just about everything for 15% to .4[], /o below the national ave- . Ar' for a limited time, we re offering a flee dental exam, including x-rays, with absolutely .no obligation. . check out our prices, then check us out. Chp the coupon De ow TOr your Tree dental checK-up including x-rays. Our quality dental care won't bite your budget. CavlIy FMng [one surface} $13 Cleaning $15 and Laura and Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter Amy were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy and Waynie of Knoxville, Md. Waynie Rudy of Knoxville, Md. was an overnight guest on Saturday night with his cousin Amy and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mrs. Frances Rod gers and Norma Smoot and Brant and Regan were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ROns]d Rodgers and Kris and Scottie and Jessie Banenger of Ha pers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Chapman and Stevie~ Angle and Amanda of the Bloomery and Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Dana were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and grand- daughter Amy. Angle Chapman was an overnight guest on Monday night with her c~ Amy and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Izmgerbeam and Jenney and Wendy of Fez Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kristi of Frederick, Md. were Assigned Sheppard Kelly were dinner guests on visitors during the week with Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gloria Grove and Ronda Ralph Cogle. and Victor. Air Nations] Guard Airman Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tracey Cole was a visitor on Charles S.~ H~stler, son of Browning of Blue Ridge Acres Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. and Lois M. were visitors during the week Junior Hackley and Cheryl of Hostler of Route I, Harpers ~.r.Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Sandy Hook, Md. Ferry, has been assigned to Mr.andMrs. Ran Smith and ~eppard Air Force Base, Mr. and Mrs. Larry family of Country Club Texas, after completing Air Neidringhans and Laura and Estates were visitors on Force basic training. Kristi of Frederick, Md. were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny, Christine Buzzard and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Timothy Stewart and Chris, Junior, Mae and Lisa of Fox Glen. Jennifer Cogle spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and Laura and Kristi of Frederick, Md. Mrs. Gloria Grove, Mrs. Vaneasa Everhart and Mrs. Hflda Piper were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. Jake Jacobs was a visitor during the week with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Brian Whitebait of Harpers Ferry spent several days with his grandmother Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. During the six weeks at Cecil Everhart.Lackland Air Force Base. Mrs. Vanessa Ever~ and Texas, the airman studied the Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair Air Force mission, and Brian were visitors organization and customs and recently with Mr. and Mrs. received special training in Kelth Whitehair and Marsha human relations. and Brad of ~ephnrdstown. He is a 1981 graduate of The occasion was Cindy's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny, and Christine Buzzard and Mrs. Thelma Cogle were visitors on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cogle of Mannings were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and Chuckle and Billy of Dargan, Md Mrs. Elma Jean Whitehair and Brian of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart Jefferson High School, Shenandoah Junction. UNITED WAY HOLDING ADMISSIONS HEARING The United Way of Jefferson County will hold an ad- n ons hearing on Tuesday June 22. Full details are available (including time and place) by calling the United Way office at 725-20 . Rt. 45, 876-2222 -- TRY OUR DELl DELIGHTS Compare Our Prices "We Hove the Most Complete Dell-Bakery in the Area. Sweet Roils Breads . Roils, All Baked Fresh Daily. and Quality With This Week We Are Featuring: Any Area Store. I Fresh Baked French Bread (18% Oz.) 9 t.m --'--Jl0 P.m. I Fresh Baked Cherry P,e" (46 Oz.) [ Esskay Barbecue Loaf lb. s2 v I0 P.m.I Homemade Ham Salad lb. $I"