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4 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE984 Ferguson and their one-year-old son fered for interested patrons of Aunt 1969 Charles Town Matthew, all of Franklin, N.H. Esta's sale. Richard Rhoades of Rehobeth, Del. Proceeds from the sale will be used ffigh 6taduating Class was a five-day guest at the Rizzie to further the work of the club. home. (See why my sub head was NEWS BRIEFS Busy Rizzies?) Shirley Knott Alger of Baltimore "- "--nannmg For Reunion AUNT ESTA'S spent the past weekend visiting his Aunt Esta's Attic Sale held bymother, Mrs. KennaKnottTravell, on Members of the 1969 graduating members of the Charles Town South Church Street. class of Charles Town High School is Woman's Club was considered a suc- The annual family picnic meeting of planning a 15th reunion for August 11 cessful endeavor last Saturday. The the Charles Town Woman's Club was and is seeking addresses for some of beautifully kept yard of the old club held on Tuesday, June 19 at the club the members of the class. If you, or so- home served as a vantage site for the home on South George Street. About meone in the class of 1969 have not busy traffic on South George Street. 40 members, spouses, children and received a copy of the reunion letter Customers were greeted by clubgrandchildren enjoyed the potluck pic- of invitation, or know the whereabouts members colorfully costumed as ear- nic tables laden with tempting of members of the class you are ask- ly American southern belles asvegetable dishes, salads and desserts. ed to call Laura Dorsey Crosby at they offered a variety of sale iems to FolIowing the picnic Mrs. Gains 725-8174 or Loretta Leight at 725-8677 their customers. Inside the club home Brown. president, conducted a short as soon as possible, a t~mpting menu was served as a part business meeting. The Reunion will be held at the of the project, also a display of Dinner guests Sunday at the home Shannondale Clubhouse. Further historical data and old photographs of of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell, Man- details about the event will be an- past women's club activities were of- ning, were their son and daughter-in- nounced later, it was stated CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 CONGRESS STREET BY-PASS Now that summer is upon us with the need to open screened windows, the noise of traffic is intensified. New York Times Square traffic is mild compared to the noise at the corner of East Washington and South Mildred with Rt. 340 traffic going north. From my kitchen window and back porch I see moving vans, cars, trailers, trucks and almost a constant stream of big fuel oil tankers. They grind to a stop and start with the traf- fic light at the corner. My only relief from the noise night and day (mostly day) is to shut off my hearing aid. Fortunately the extra long vehicles are unable to manipulate my Congress and Mildred Street corner. On their first try I observed that my good neighbor, Roger Henshaw's Rectory was in jeopardy. Luckily the monstrosity had good brakes. My interest in a By-pass around Charles Town is for more than a selfish reason. I am of the opinion that the explosion of just one of those dangerous fuel oil carriers could kill or maim many people on the streets. Too late then to worry about a by-pass. FAMILY PICNIC Mrs. Savilla Painter, a guest at the Knott Rest Home for the past year, entertained her family members at the home last Wednesday. Mrs. Painter was unable to attend the Painter reunion held recently so she decided to have her own family picnic. Attending were her sister, Mrs. Billie Acres and her daughter Mrs. Ray Evans, all of Hampton, Va Mrs. Mickie Hawkins, a sister of Miami, Fl another sister Mrs. Sally Wild and husband Julian of Martinsburg; sister Becky Fulk and husband Wayne, also of Martinsburg; Mrs. Painter's brother ~arry Weakley and wife Ellen, Martinsburg; and her son Walter Painter and wife Doris of 415 East Liberty Street, Charles Town. The Knott Rest Home provided the pic- nic foods and served it on the veran- da of the old home. BUSY RIZZIES Mel and Peg Rizzie of 531 South George Street had a busy week enter- taining a number of guests in their home. Their oldest son Durant (Dan) of Dallas, Texas, and New York City and a friend, Bea Harper also of Dallas, spent a few days with them. Dan is a noted artist. Weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Keith law, Mr. andMrs. Darrell l:lland ner at a Womans Club function, I another day of life with no actual daughter, Lindsay, Mannid Mr. discovered Mr. ~'illiams has a great reason to get up. Without plans for and Mrs. George Miltonerson philosophy of life for the elderly. He tomorrows, one adds ten years to his Ave Charles Town. The c was maintains that keeping the mind and actual age. Likewise, the busy person in honor of Darrell and Lyre wed- body actively engaged determines takes ten years off his age, hence a ding anniversary, ones' real age. person with a calendar age of 65 is ac- HELPFUL HIN He believes that many folks go to tually only 55. Keep involved, he says, In conversation with Mt Mrs. sleep at night feeling that the morning is the amwer to life fulfdlment. I'll buy Douglas Williams as in-holds no challenge for them . . . just that Douglas! THANK YOU ! I WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK THE VOTERS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF MY CANDIDACY FOR THE OFFICE OF ASSESSOR IN THE JUNE 5 PRIMARY. MARY R. "Ginger" BORDIER 6-28-1t- TRY UR DELl DEBTS State Rt. 45, West 876-2222 We Have The Most Complete Dell-Bakery in The Area. Sweet Rolls, Rolls Breads Pies All Baked Fresh Daily. ~'Q ! Sandwich of thq This Week We Are Featuring: Week Baked Horn & Swiss ooKo serRo, Homemade Macaroni Salad lb. 89c Dutch Loaf lb. $199 HOURS: F " Baked Italian Bread (19-oz.). 2for 99 9 A.M.-10 P.M. Mo~ resn aA.M mr.M. Satu, Fresh Baked Blackberry Pie (26-oz.) s199 I1 A.M.-6 P.M. Sum And it ends up right because we out fre At Kentucky Fried Chicken we start out with plump, wholesome " chicken and cook it up fresh all so it stays more tender and juicy. And we prepare it ourselves, using the Colonel's secret blend of 11 herbs and spices. Then cook it under pressure to squeeze in the seasonings and flavor. 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