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20 SHANNONDALE Olga Waiters Dial 725-6102 Get your calendars out and note these date in red (don't want any of the weekenders to miss out). July 1, Crab Feast - dance and Fireworks all at the Club. Make reservations early. Varie- ty Show on July 14 and 15th - Fellowship Dinner on Friday, July 27 with Sarah Montague and Mary Harm as hostesses. More info will be given on the poster at the Mail area or thru Club members or the Club itself but at any rate all affairs will be bargains and well worth waiting for each time. With all the swim programs, bridge games weekly, regular Club and Dell offerings, your life should be delicious- ly complete this summer! On your prayer list we have Lila O'Haver, Kathleen Fox, Tom Ricketts, Bill Schroder and all others near and far who need special help and cheer. Note the following birthdays: Freida Klaasse, Edna Dant, Ruth Ferguson, and for anniversaries we have several: Goldie and Buddy Viana; Bill and Mary Schroder; Joe and Lee Rosskamp. We wish all the very best. (Too bad, Independence Day, the Rosskamp's, is the day poor Joe lost his.) Sorry, Joe! Speaking of Independence Day, we think of this as a day for parades and picnics, but to every thoughtful American it should mean more. Back of the unfurled flags in our heritage, one that signifies courage and sacrifice4s the fight for independece, the work of gifted, devoted minds in setting up a government for free men, the joys and pains in the group of a great nation "under God"that is the real meaning. Let us not forget this ever ! Connie Gribbin was a bridesmaid at an unusual wedding of a friend. Bob Leavey of the Washington Post saw fit to write it up. Aurelia Lee Birm- ingham, age 74, was a bride at long last when she married Larry Shultz at the Memorial United Methodist Church in Silver Spring. At the age of nine months, Aurelia suffered an at- tack of polio and was destined to live in a wheelchair. She trained as a col- ortura soprana and was one of Capitol Hill's most talented musicians. She was one of the first handicapped per- sons to work for the Telephone Com- pany and this is where she met Con- HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mrs. Lee Miller Dial 535-6508 58 degrees and never got dark. The Harpers Ferry Alumni Associa- tion will be honoring the Class of 1934 later this year and seven members of the class recently got together for lunch and chatter at the Cliffside Inn. Some had not seen each other for fifty years. Those present were-Eleanor Myers Dolly of Cumberland, Md Jerry Kerns Basore of Frederick, Md Mildred Kelican McCormick of Charles Town and from Harpers Ferry Helen Hetzel Mills, Kathryn Trundle Staubs, Ethel" Houser Webb, and Llewellyn Noland Fields. Annabelle Creamer of Damascus, Md and son Jeff, home on leave from the Air Force, had a cook-out and sur- prise birthday party for Hilda Creamer June 16. Those attending were Carrie Donivan, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring of Middleway, Janet Creamer, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Files and twin boys and Mrs. Dave Carper and son Dave of Martinsburg. Janet Creamer provided a beautiful birthday cake and many nice gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wenner and son of Levettsville visited Carrie Donivan and Hilda Creamer June 15. Mrs. Creamer and Miss Donivan spent June 20 with Mrs. Creamer's daughter and son-m-law Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring in Middleway. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, )984 Alison Gregg, daughter of Mr. and Wanda Butts returned recently from Mrs. William Gregg, will participate a trip to Florida where she visited m the state 4-H Round-Up at Jackson's Disneyworld with her family. Mill in August. Alison is a 4th year Anna Phillips was visited by her member of the Shenandoah 4-H Club sister and brother-m-law Mr. and ~drs. and this is the third time she has won Harold Preble of Savannah, Ga. the regional talent competition in Sandy Jamison did not retire from Romney to be eligible for the state being teacher's aide as I wrote last Round-Up. She will compete in the week. Mrs. Jam~on was transferred Junior Vocal Division. T~o other from C.W. Shipley"S~ool to South Jef- talent acts from Jefferson County will ferson Elementary S~mol. go to Jackson's Mill. The origins of the names of both The summer issue of Goldenseal Harpers Ferry and Bolivar are mclud- magazine published by the Depart- ed in the book "West Virginia Names" merit of Culture and History features by Shepherdstown writers Quinith article son the West Virginia 4-H Pro- Janssen and Bill Fernback. This new gram, Jackson's Mill, and camp book can be enjoyed in the reference founder "Teepi" Hendricks. Anyone section of the Bolivar-Harpers Ferry interested in 4-H will enjoy them. Library, but cannot be checked out. SHENANDOAH TREE SERVICE COMPLETE TREE SERVICE RESIDENTIAL & CON~AERCIAL TRIMMING . . CABLING . . REMOVAL FREE ESTIMATES -- FULLY INSURED FAST*SATISFACTORY SERVICE CALL AFTER 2 P.M. AT 725-2306 ROUTE 2, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ,I, im AUDREY HALL NAMED TO NATIONAL FIRM Audrey Hall of Charles Town, a registered nurse, had been appointed to represent the American Service Bureau, Bodimetric profiles. This na- tional firm is an insurance service company providing paramedical ex- ams for the life and health insurance industry. Hall received her training at Cornell Hospital School of Nursing in New York. LUNCH OR DINNER It's A Money for those Summer Vacation Needs. Fast, courteous & friendly service e 111 N. Charles Street Charles Town, Phone: 7254426 Esta 20% off All JCPenney pantihose Sale 2.40, Reg. $3. Our Super Shaper Control Top pantihose of Flexxtra nylon with cotton panel. Short, average, and long. Sheer Toes pantihose, Reg. 1.59 Sale 1.27 25% off Playwear for tots Sale 2.58, Reg. 3.44 Short sleeve polo of polyester/ cotton. Sizes 1/2 to 4. Sale 2.75, Reg. 3.66. Pull-on boxer pants of polyester/cotton twill. Sizes 1/2 to 4. 35% off Par Four men's shorts Sale 9.99, Orig. $1 shorts with a elastic ba( in no-fuss cotton duck. In colors for sizes 30', Intermediate may have been taken" The public is invited to attend the dedication of a wildlife preserve at the Nash Farms Saturday, June 30, at 2:30 p.m. The 55 acres donated by Mayor Bradley Nash and his wife Ruth Cowan Nash is located on Bolivar Heights overlooking the Potomac River. The Friendship Fire Company will serve a spaghetti dinner Saturday June 30, from noon until 6 p.m. at the fire hall. Adult dinners are $3.50 and children are $2. Ron Rago was in Germany recent- ly on business and Linda and their children Reid and Jane flew to meet him for a two week vacation. 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