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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1978 Chades Town Woman's Club Winds Up Year', Meets In September The Woman's Club of Charles Town finalized its year's work with a family picnic at the club home which enjoyed a large attendance after a busy year's work. The club plans to usher in the new year in September with the motto, "Building Daily For Today and Tomorrow's Com- munity Needs". Dr. and Mrs. Monsejee, mother, and a guest from India. enjoyed the fellowship as did several new members, attended the affair. Impressive was a detailed report of club activities, given by the president, Mrs. C. F. Wall, who will serve the club in that capacity for another year. The executive board of the club met at the home and planned projects for the coming year. These include a party at the Locust Grove Home at Hallowe'en, furnishing personal gifts, the providing of en- tertainment and refreshments for guests at the home. Others will be games at the Knott Rest Home, directed by Mrs. Andrew Guerin, chairman; cancer lending closet, manned at all hours for cancer patients at the club home on South George Street, telephone 725- 5930; crafts will be held once weekly at the Knott Rest Home Mrs. John Hough, and Mrs. John Wynkoop, chairman. A well-baby clinic will be manned by club members with Mrs. Keuna K. Travell, chair- man, a project that the club has held for over twenty years. Mrs. Martin Glaize will serve as bloodmobile chairman. A cheer basket will be given at Christ- mas -- Mrs. Bernard Barr and Mrs. Frank Humston, chairmen. Mrs. Raleigh Shatter will correlate membership ac- tivities, which will offer wor- thwhile services to the veterans at Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital. Mrs. Gains Brown will formulate plans to recruit members to assist in the Old Opera House activities. The club will also become involved in beautification of the club home and grounds with Mrs. Ralph Brinkley, chairman. The president, Mrs. Wall, stressed the need for spon- sorship of one big health project to meet the needs of the county in its community improvement work. Mrs. John (Margaret Bloom) Lyter, chairman, has served the community in this capacity in the past and is confident the health program will be most successful. Full details will be announced later. Mrs. Hersel Perdue, State Federation president, is stressing health as a priority item in her program of work for her two-year administration. A Fall Fashion Show is also inthe planning stages, together with several sales of food clothing and other articles. At the first meeting in Sep- tember, members will hold a progressive dinner. N The schedule: appetizers, Mrs. Travell and Mrs. Guerin, 622 South Church Street; main meal, Mrs. James Watson, Leetown Road; dessert, at the club home. III II, 1 I KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwool Dial 725-5707 Mrs. Thomas Penwell wa admitted Monday into the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for treatment for a respiratory problem. Her friends join the family in wishing for her a complete recovery. She returned to her home Friday afternoon. Cheryl Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lamarr Anderson, Ranson, spent several days this past week with the Pipes' sisters, Vickie, Donna, Sandra and Pare Two above-ground swimming pools have been installed this past week in the village. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes and Mr. and Mrs. Edward "Chubby" Seal, their families and friends.plan to enjoy themselves during the hot weather. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud and son Jimmy, enjoyed having members of the immediate familily visit them during the past few weeks. Stephen, from Orlando, Fla., came to remain some time time before going to Alaska for a month. This is a part of his educational program which is leading towards a Master's Degree. Eric and Caroline Clouzer came from Morgantown to spend Sunday, July 2. The Clouds expect their son, [)r. Joe Cloud, Mrs. Cloud and two children, of Moscow, Idaho, to arriveby July 15th, for a visit. Ellen, in Hagerstown, Md., and her twin brother, David and Fran and baby of Mid- dieway, keep in touch. On July 5th, Mr. Cloud accompanied his sons, Steve and Jimmy, on a visit to relatives in Spring City, Pa., and nearby places. Mr. and Mrs. David Palmer and Shawn of near Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Palmer, Susie and Joseph, of Winchester, enjoyed a picnic, July 4th, at the park in Win- chester. Later that night fireworks were set off for the children who seemed to be delighted over the pretty event. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow and Gregory, spent the weekend camping at a lake near Black- water Falls. Mrs. Paul Rowland, her daughter Connie Donner, and her son Timmy, attended the Lovettsville Fire Company parade, which was held Thurs- day evening: Mrs. Rowland's two grandchildren, Kim and Paul Kelly, participated in the event. Dawn Alkire, Betsy Roderick, Sheri King and Mike Mulcahey spent this past week at Camp Frame - 4-H Week. Christine Howell, Fairmount Community, spent the Fourth of July with her friend, Donna Pipes. Christine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howell former residents of Shady Acres near Middleway, recently moved into their seven-room brick home which is located not far from the home of his uncle Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howell. Frank Rouss of Van- clevesville, visited her sister Mrs. Virginia Howell on the Fourth of July. Disappointedly his brother, Milton and family, were not home when he stopped by for a visit with them. We at the store were glad to see Frank as his visits are far between but are always welcomed. Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bean, Manassas, Va., stopped at their home here for a few days enroute to their home after vacationing in Clifton Forge, Va: Mrs. Katherine Welsh and NATURAL 100% SPRING WATER FROM BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.VA. .o WEST pu. CHEMICALS MINERAL CHLORINE SPRING ADDITIVES WATER Grams Per Gallon Sodium Chlorine ................ O. 144 Sodium Sulphate ................ O.S Sodium Nitrate .................. 0.026 Pataculum Su|pbata .............. 0. | 16 Calcium Sulphate ................ 0.|72 Verroul Carbonate .............. OJO6 Me CarlNmate ........... 0.004 Calcium Carbonate .............. JO Malneslum Carbonate ........... I.I IO Strontium Carbonate ..... : ...... Trace Alarnl ....................... O,O&S Gtllca .......................... 0.496 Albumlmfla Nltmllert ........... 0.12 Oqlenlc Matter ................. 0.275 perc, Free Carlmlc Add ............... 2.22 Carbonic Acid In I.karbo .................... 7.14 Dissolved OxytpD. ................ 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Thursday afternoon, they visited the latter's son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush and daughters, near Martinsburg. Jennifer Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Carroll, of Berryville, spent several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, their grandson Ronny, have returned to their home in Morantown after vacationing at Harper's Den near the Shenandoah River. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cooper of Valley View proudly announce the arrival in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital on July 1 of an 8 lb. 12 oz. baby girl who has been given the name of Tracy Jean. The family now consists of three children, the other two being Janie and Kevin. Saturday visitors with Miss Laura White and her sister, Mrs. Ernest Rowland, were the lat- ter's niece, Mrs. Gertrude Kolb, her granddaughter Sharon, and her great-grandson, Wendell, all of Frederick, Md. Miss Margaret Ware, Mrs. Raymond Bayer, Mrs. Robert Sowers and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Oral Hughes. Later .they attended the Ad- ministrative Board meeting of the local church except Miss Ware who returned to her home earlier. On Sunday, Mr. Howard Bush accompanied his son-in-law and daughter, Dickie and Sue Ellen McDonald, and their two children, to visit his sons, Bob and Sonny and family near Martinsburg. They observed the birthday of the latter's daughter, Tommy. Mrs. Mary Zombro returned to her home Friday after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for several days. Her friends and relatives hope she will soon be recovered. Sunday afternoon caBers with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson, of Front Royal, Va. They later visited Mrs. Kable Johnson Charles Town. Others there were Homer Kees, Gerardstown and Janie Bosley, Finksburg, Md. The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 July 20, at the home of Mrs. Robert McGarry, Shenandoah Junction. Mrs. Bernard Barr will present the lesson on Iceland. Recent activities at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler include a birthday dinner on Sunday, July 2, in honor of Mr. James Sheely. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Sheely of Martinsburg; Bob and Susan Sheely, Carolyn, Mike and Keith Sheely, of Herndon, Va., and Dr. Jane Risslr, of Beltsville, Md. Overnight guests on Mon- ....... -[ I II I when nothing else is good enough [] Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship [] Custom Design Serwce ,l Written Guarantee Without Time Limit Martinsbur9 Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Mortinsburg, W.Va. k --- FREE--- CUSTOMER PARKING day, July 3, were Mrs. Rissler's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson, of Tampa, Fla.; Lisa and Travis Heatherly, who are Mrs. Rissler's great-niece and nephew, from Mesa, Arizona, spent a week. On Saturday, July 8, Travis was honored on his birthday, when his aunt en- tertained the following at a party. Travis and Lisa, Ryan and Chad Alvarez and their parents, Mike and Diane Alvarez, and the latter's parents, Melvin and Elizabeth Rissler, Mrs. Jack Harper, of Carlisle, Pa., who also spent the night. Jane was an overnight visitor Saturday. Bob and Susan were dinner guests on Sunday, Mr. George Rissler, Ranson, visited his brother Lewis, on Friday. On Saturday, July 29, at 6 p.m., there will be an open house picnic at the home of the Rev. JoAnne Alexander with her husband, the Rev. Kent Tice, co- host. Everyone is welcome.' II BLUE RIDGE ACRES Lucia M, Downing Dial 725-3291 Myrtle nd Betty Andrews from Lumberton, Ga., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steuart. When they departed, Florence went back with them to see her sister, Sadie Lennon, and her brother Billy Newberry, and a host of relatives in her old home town. Husband Bill hopes to get her back next week. Earl Newton is a good neigh- bar. He is always ready to stop by and fix things for those of us This we believe... "No one will ever perform a better human service than to secure the needs of others." For all your insurance needs contact: DOMINICK "Wells" FARGO Your Loc&l Jeff. County Agent PH.s 725.5814 - 725-8338 . NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nml,onw,de Life Insurance Compawf Hoeno office Columbus, Ohio who can't quite reach the top shelf. One of the houses up here was completely wrapped up in celophane for a few days last week. According to experts, this is the only way to get rid of the Wood Borer. Calvin LaMotte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer LaMotte from Baltimore, were visiting up here last week. Cal managed to get most of his yard work done while his Dad was here. Carl and Elizabeth Francis have been up all week. Elizabeth, who is a member of the Audubon Society is out early every morning with her binoculars and bird books. Mottle Funk is back home after a six-week visit in her native Southland. She visited her brother Erric Bell in TaUahassee then went to be with her sister, Mrs. Parkhill Mays, in Hollins, N.C. Highlights of her trip were the Bell reunion in Brewton, Alabama and her class reunion in Reform, Alabama. Alta Schnitzer was up working in her yrd and flower garden at her home on Shenandoah Drive. July 4th was a big day for the rwer people. Dozens of rafts, canoes and kayaks were out. The orange life-jackets of the rafters make it a colorful sight, and it is a fun trip. VFW Auxiliaff Holds Swim Party Friday The Auxiliary of Jefferson County Memorial Post 3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars, meeting in regular monthly session July 3, decided to hold a swim party Friday, July 14, at Jefferson Memorial Park for all Post and Auxiliary members' children. The swim will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. At the Auxiliary voted new members man, Phyllis Costello. They'll membership Reminders that July is the fiscal year for that dues are up your dues, at 876-2289. A thank-you from Mrs. Isabel gift she hospital; and were issued for and Lois Mackeyl m Mail "' above / / R w 42 Th BOX'65 ' ' Shepherdstown, W.Va. ' St,, Ch a. to 4:3 ........ * " " **' d dana I e Carniva ch as b SOMETIMES YOU JUl t,t, I A K  Its. Mosl eats, w / W/'M00 ! -.- = ' ,kool-ai TO ........... 7 [0000ten eee ;i:ha; ' -'-- There's nothing worse than needing answers and nol knowing where to turn for satisfaction. Answering :estdlO:uSsOnnedssSOl/i22 pr:bl:S:bl.Ut insuro i After oil, insurance is only as good as your agent. Ne,lia'=v; u time you re-evaluate your insurance needs, just give uS call. We understand the business-end of a pencil, fin L Modinsburg ]32 South Queen Street 263-3388 =l= 5 MITH(//NADENBOUSCH ._../t,'<  N C. "Everything insured but yesterday" ShepherclsFow 124 East German 876-2774 Kearn |' If it Flat Pri 00IGA Touch Calhng now avadabte ,n most areas