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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCA'I r., THURSDAY, JUNE 29,1978 Member FDIC m -'=- mmmmmm SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss Lillian Myers Dial 725-5168 Meeting of the Shenandoah Junction Ruritan Club was held Monday, June 19, at the Village House, with ladies night being observed. Guests of the evening were two local high school graduates, Nell Blue and Florence Brown, and one Shepherd College graduate, Susan Snyder. There were seven other graduates invited who did not attend. Guest speaker for the evening was Dr. James Butcher, president of Shepherd College. Dr. Butcher holds degrees from Glenville College, W.V.U., American Universitry, served as trustee and administrator in the schools of West Virginia, and faculty member and chairman of Division of Education and ychology of Shepherd College, and faculty member of American University. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hess, of Mansfield, Ohio, recently visited her cousin, Mrs. Charles Snyder. Mrs. Pearl Nuckles gave a birthday party for her daughter Patricia, on her 30th birthday on Friday, June 16. The guests were Mrs. Rosalee Chapman, Ronald E. Yost and wife, Sherrie Lynn with their daughter Candace Master Benjamin Scott "Yost Mr. Robert Yost, all from Martinsburg; Mrs. Patricia Kirk and daughter of Ranson. Mrs. Nuckles served fried chicken, potato salad, potato chips, candy, ice cream,, cake, kool-aid was served to the guests. Patricia wants to thank her guests and her mother for a wonderful party, and for the gifts and cards she received. She also wants to thank her relatives from San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Ralph Ferrell is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Charles Town. His friends are wishing him a complete recovery. Mrs. Parthenia Housden is siting her son-in-law and ughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bishop in Boothwyn, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William Hohrer and daughter of Washington, have moved to the house they purchased from Kenneth Jenkins. Mrs. Floyd Ferrell has returned home after having been a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Pearl Nuckles and daughter Patricia, who have been living in Winchester, Va., have moved back to their home in Shenandoah Junction. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 Mrs. Myrtle Writ of Charles Town, and Mrs. Nellie aden and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Sunday guests of Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hibbitts of Alexandria, Va., were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ott and family. Mrs. Dorothy Hoffmaster of Ranson was a recent visitor of her aunt, Mrs. Mae Detrich. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway, was a Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and brother Paul Nathan. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hibbitts of Alexandria, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ott and family spent the weekend at Virginia Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and family of Martinsburg, were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rollison and family were Sunday guests of her father, Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter, of near Charles Town, were recent visitors of her mother, Mrs. Eva Bill and Jo Ann. Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mrs. Nellie aden were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, Michael Scott, at Walnut Grove. Verna Oft spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family and her father, Mr. Randy Oft. Mrs. Sharon Lanham and daughter were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and family on Hostler's Road. Miss Pauline Ott and Marsha Oden were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nick and family. Mr. Bill Oden was a Saturday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and family of Flowing Springs Road. Mrs. Joyce recent visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and sons spent ] his parents, Arthur Beahm Md. Mrs. Buck were recent parents, Mr. Jenkins and fl Mr. and Mrs. and family of "q were Sunday Mrs. Sam Oden Bridge Tom Winne North-South last week by Bridge Club Mrs. George Harriett Hay second; and Vin Catozella, West winners RameyLFred for second Jones-Dick Hudson-Craig SAVED BY SON FRUITLANI), lard John, 14 ing waters of River on his attempt to save was being sw raging curren ly reachet he her ashore, he had helped ssV Rose Marie John. Family savings 300/00. all bras. Sale 1.39 :I( .... /f/ ) to4.90 /X /,, ,4 .  ,.,. ,.,,,o,... Sovo i I on natural and contours. Underwires. L  I Seamless styles. Front- I   1 /i hOOkS. And laces, t , I \\; I For women and girls. !  , i' 0000,0.o Shape ups. !  k I Sole2.80 !  I to 13.27 ",/ \\;l ,.,. ,.O0 ,o ,,.,. 00ove V I ; on body briefers, '' *,. \\; l " l girdles and panty /" ' I . ' l girdles. Tummy con- / "". I , l troller briefs, mo/ 25%off Fabrics. Sale 1.48 to 2.22 yd. Reg, 1.99 to 4.99. 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