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Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ranalli Mark 25th Mrs. Frank Raualli, of 14th members of the family were co- celebrated their 25th workers of Mr. and Mrs. Raualli. Sunday, May held in the Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Ranalli were married Trinity Gospel Assembly of June 7, 1959 in Charles Town by the The surprise covered Rev. Russell Urqhart, of Winchester, and the rededieation of Va. vows were shared by Mrs. Ranalli is the daughter of the the church and friends, late Elzy and Eva Penweil and Mr. the event in addition toRanalli is the son of Mrs. Katherine Dance Show 3 at Evitts Mini Park was made this week (Jim) Taylor, who has been up the summer recreation at the Parks in Jefferson Under the supervision of the and Recreation Commission, demand there will be of break dancing, the Lg at the Evitt's Run in Charles Town. The ex- Will take place Tuesday even- , at 7 p.m. sponsored by the Recreation Commission. fad is the newest Ldancing which is sweeping the md Taylor says there are groups who have to participate in the local which will be free to the E. Phillips Club Award Woman's Club Winds Up Successful Year With Family Picnic Come June, it means Family Picnic and Vacation Time for members of the Charles Town Woman's Club. This was evidenced by the large gathering of families and guests at the club home Tuesday evening June 20th. biany husbands of the members attended and marvelled at the variety and amount of food on the tables. Mrs. Gaius Brown, President welcomed guests Mrs. James Watson had the invocation and Mrs. Hugh Voress gave the blessing. ' After a period of fellowship and food Mrs. Brown, held a short business meeting; announcing the Federation's Workshop August tst in Charleston; that a motorized chair in good condi- tion had been given the Lending Closet by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fleagle and a Memorial gift from Mr. and Mrs. Ir- vin Adkins had been received. She ask- ed that Mrs. Ralph Binldey, chairman be called for articles needed for sick rooms~phone 725-8189. Mrs. Leo Ruckman, chairman for the Aunt Esta's Sale to be held Satur- day, June 23rd gave final plans and other important information for members helping with the sale. It was a pleasant event'made possi- ble by the following hostesses and the members bringing food. Hostesses, Mrs. Frances Vickers chairman, Mrs. Lewis McElroy, Mrs. C.F. Wall, Mrs. Freda Hinton, Mrs. Hilda Saukup, Mrs. Ethel Tamker, Mrs. Betty Bier- ly, Alice and Mary Ann Wynkoop. The next social event will be a Membership Tea and the first meeting will be 18th of September. annual Wanna Phillips Parks & Recreation ,ia'esented every two years by Garden Club to the who earned the most Begins Day Camp; To at .ower shows, was Run Thru Aug. 10 I to the award founder, Wan- at the club's annual Announcement was made this week that the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission has opened its by the garden club day camp and it will continue through Rosseamp, who noted August 10. The Day camp program won a total of began Monday, Jur e25withsupervis- the past ed recreation being offered any and every day, Monday through Friday at five different park locations. The was second with a parks involved are: Evitts Run Mini ribbons. Park in Charles Town, the South Jef- was hosted by Mr. ferson Park near Summi~'~Point; the Leetown Park at the County Landfill The weather was perfect, site; the Shepherdstown park at the food was Shepherdstown Elementary school and the Mt. Mission Park. YOUR DANCING PLEASURE ITS THE CHARLES TOWN MOOSE FRIDAY NIGHT 10:00 P.M. until 2:00 A.M. FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONL Y! I in Ranson, W.Va. PHONE: 725-5647 FOR THIS WEEKEND AND JUL 1 Sub Get One At MON. -- THURS: 7:00 AM -- 10:00 PM: FRI. -- SAT.: -- 7:00 AM -- 1 I:00 PM SUNDAY: 8 AM --- 10:00 PM SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY,-JUNE 28, 1984 Wedding Date McGehee To Tell Kiwanians About "Phone Of Future" "Calvin McGehee, genesal manager of the local division of the General Telephone Company, will be the speaker for the dinner meeting of the Charles Town Evening Kiwanis Club to be held at the Towne House Restaurant this evening -- Thursday -- at 6:15 p.m. His subject will be "The Phone of the Future." Carter and the late Frank Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Ra lli are the parents of two sons and two daughters. They are shown in the above picture along with Mr. and Mrs. Ranalli. Shown, left to right are: Antonio, Sherry Townsley, Mrs. Ranalli, Mr. Ranalli, Mark and Tressy. There is also one grandchild, Angela Townsley. Library News The Old Charles Town Library started its Summer Reading Marathon with a bang on Monday, June 11. On that date, registration for the two reading programs began. One is brand new at the Library this summer, the "Inchworm" Preschool Reading Club. This is for preschoolers who are read, to by family or friends. The preschoolers have to listen to 20 books over the course of the summer to earn a certificate. Currently, 112 "'In- chworms" are registered. The other program, the Summer Reading Marathon, is for children of all grade levels who "Go for the Gold" by reading the required number of books for their grade levels to earn a certificate at the end of summer. To date, 185 children are registered to go for the gold. Registration will continue throughout the summer. For more in- formation, stop by the Library! Also available to children of all ages are the Thursday afternoon programs. Betty Lou's Dance Studio gave a delightful recital on June 14th. The auditorium was filled for the display of tap and jazz routines by Betty Lou's talented studentsl On June 21st, Mrs. Jean Neely, from the Audubon Socie- ty, presented a colorful and infor- mative slide program entitled "Jewels in Your Garden." A display of bird books had been arranged on the shelves of the Children's Room. Those books were rapidly checked out after the slide presentation. June 29th brings a Walt Disney movie, "The White Wilderness," which will be shown at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. in the auditorium at the Library. All programs are free of charge and everyone is welcome! Jefferson Pop Singers To Hold Car-Wash Members of the Jefferson High School Pop Singers group will'be giv- ing free car washes at their Car-Wash- A-Then to be held in Charles Town and Shepherdstown, Friday, June 29 and Saturday June 30. The event will be staged at the Tex- aco Service station on East Washington Street, Charles Town and at the 7-11 Store, Shepherdstown, dur- ing the hours of 12 noon and 6 p.m. on Friday, June 29 and from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday June 30. Proceeds from this ftmdraising project will send Pop Singers to National Show Choir Camp in Bowling Green, Ohio, in late July. Pop Singers will be seeking pledges from area residents to spon- sor them in the Car-Wash-A-Then to earn money to attend the Show Choir Camp and will appreciate every effort to help them in this music training program. IT'S A GIRL FOR RICKARDS Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Rickard of Charles Town, are the parents of a daughter, Amber Brooke horn June 13 at 5 p.m. in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Amber weighed in at 7 pounds and 81/2 ounces and measures 20 inches in length. Amber has a six-year-old brother. Her maternal grandparents are: Robert F. Carson and Patricia Cruz of Charles Town and her paternal grand- parents are: Elston M. Rickard of Charles Town and Juanita V. Pierce of Charles Town; the Maternal great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Carson of Charles Town and the paternal great-grandparents are Elsie M. Simons of Charles Town and M. Rickard of Charles Town. DAUGHTER BORN TO MR. & MRS. RICHARD CREA Sandra and Richard Crea of Ranson, proudly announce the birth of their first daughter, Kristina Marie. Kristina was born May 27 in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. She weigh- ed in at 6 pounds. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Crea of Margate, Florida. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam of Ranson. WOOLEN & SYNTHETIC * All Summer Fabrics 2 O/oc F through July 21St CLEARBROOK WOOLEN SHOP CLEARBROOK, VIRGINIA 6 Miles North of Winchester U.S. Route 11 or Exit 83 Interstate 81 Open Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5 Closed Sunday fred and white hanging baskets Calendula, Marigolds in strong bloom, Petunias. All spring Perennials and Annuals AND FLORIST 400 4th Avenue West - Ranson, W. Va. Gaoc, on 4Ch, I biod on tJl right. Or take 4~ Av~m o~ tf~ Circkm 2V= I~lod~ on the wight. Phone: 725-5043 Tuesday - Saturday, 9 - 5. Closed Sun, & Mon. 9 Outstanding Music Students At Page-Jackson Recognized While June 8th was the day that county students celebrated as the close of school for summer, it was a very special day for Page-Jackson third grader Jennifer Hess. On that day, Jennifer became the [ourth recipient of award music" and known as the Most Outstanding Third-Year Music Student. The award is presented to a student who has attended Page- Jackson from first to third grade and during that time has exhibited skills in music performance and understan- ding in muszc appreciation. W. Michael Martin, music teacher at Page-Jackson, presented the award to Miss Hess at a school assembly at which time he also unveiled a plaque recognizing all of the recipients of the award. The above picture shows Mr. Martin with the recipients, they are (l- r}: Jennifer Hess, 83-84; Kelly Ott, 82-83; Cheryl Hall, 81-82 and Heather Mercer, 80-81. Kabletown Homemakers Hear Judy Matlick The Kabletown Homemakers Club complimented upon her displaying a met for the June meeting Thursday quilt at Spring meeting and also upon afternoon at Uinta Farm, the home of the talk she gave on the origin of the Mrs. John Rissler with Mrs. Doris quilt. Dailey as co-hostess. Nine members Mrs. Doris Dailey read the article and a guest were in attendance. The she earlier recommended as a dedica- meeting was called to order by Mrs. 'tion to fathers entitled "Happy Kitty Hughes and opened with the Fathers Day - Dad's Love." pledge of allegiance followed by devo- Following adjournment the tions led by Mrs. Doris Dailey. She fellowship period included a game recommended reading "Dad's Love" completing famous sayings which was written by Adam Kelly. won by Margaret Dailey while the An interesting lesson~ in which friendship game was won by Denise members participated~was led by Davis. Judy Matlick, Home Extension Agent The hostess served delicious of Jefferson County which dealt with refreshments. The next meeting will "Food Safety and Preservation." be held one week earlier than the usual Next on the agenda were committee time. This will be July 12 at the home reports also Home Central Council of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood for the reports. Mrs. Margaret Dailey was planning meeting. June 28, 29, 30 - July 2, 3 - (Closed on 4th) ALL ON SUMMER MERCHANDISE 9 $ oP- CHIC JORDACHE CALVIN KLEIN Ladies SFortswear s t, Ch,U, Tow, 725-t370 4th of ~'~ etebrate a delicious Fourth of July week- great Country Codlin' dishes. lIJend with one of Cliffside's buffet feasts. Or finish the Fourth festivities at the Friday night is seafood night with 12 mouth- Sunday dinner buffet. Afternoon and evening, watering entrees, like steamed shrimp, raw we have the food to satisfy any appetite oysters and flounder florentine. Saturday If you really want to celebrate, try ~, try out scrumptmus barbecoed spare them all! Eat all you want this weekend at the ribs or country fried chicken, just two of our Cliffside Inn. All You Can Eat Buffets Friday and Saturday Evenings From 5:30 to 9:30, And.Sunday from 12:30 to 7:30. Rt. 340, Harpers Ferry, WV (304) 535-6302