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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 3 RIDGE A CRES Cone 3 lhtn did friends for a in 15 minutes so best I not just washed wouldn't work ;the Theater last week. Faithful attendees from Blue Ridge Acres included Mary Bell, Lil Craghead, Nettie Clifton, Miggs Dot- son, Carmen Howe, Hazel Kerner, Marilyn Pinson with her niece, Tina Fritz, and Melba Street. Everyone en- joyed both the performance and the trip and all look forward to "Evita," the next scheduled performance. Also a treat for the gals was seeing Thelma and Earl Newton who drove up from Alexandria for the play. Both Newton's had bern ill, both are great- ly improved. In addition to the Winchester trip, Nettle Clifton, Miggs Dotson, and Ott 8 3, a surprise birth- at the home of Walnut Grove, in Jr., by his grand- aunts, Linda . The patio was Ppy birthday Patisha Jo Bowles "Happy Birth- out of the car. 'prised because because had heart have a par- Games were won by Randy and useful gifts cookout. was served. and barbecue Ott, Flowing Orchard I Jo, An- Jeff Patisha Pauline Ott, 10tt, Dee Bill Oden, Michael, 4esse Dillow, Man- nice time. go out of Virginia to her home spending two and son-in- Dillow and alid friend, Amber, 4th visitors Ott Grove, spent night with his Ott and aunt, Patisha Sam, Jr., Trailer )f Sam- Cora Wiley is still a medical patient at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. David and Marsha Kidwell and Rob- bie, Darke Lane, were July 4th visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden. Pauline Ott was a Thursday caller of Isabel Painter, Chestnut Hill. Ludel]e Ott is a medical patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She was admitted Thursday evening with pneumonia. Elda Ott and Pauline Ott were Saturday night visitors of Carol Ott and daughter, Priscilla and Thelma Mills, MillviUe. David and Linda Dillow were Satur- day evening visitors of the farmer's mother, Jessie Dillow. Cookout guests of Donald and Esther Oden, Engle, July 4th, were Donna Knight, Robert and Scott Woodward, Fox Glen, and friend, Kenney, Frank and Margaret Oden, AprU and Amber, and Pauline Ott. Frank and Carolyn Cooper and Scot- tie, spent July 4th weekend with Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts, Four Winds, Fredericksburg, Va. Janie Saners and son, Hanson, and Deana Souers and Devan, spent Tues- day at Kings Dominion, near Rich- mond, Va. Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi, Lone Oaks, were Sunday night visitors of her parents, Philip and Adeline Oden. Sammy Oden and friend, Amber, were July 3rd visitors of Donald and Annie Painter. Sunday night they went to Shannondale and watched the fireworks. Frank and Carolyn Cooper, Pam Cooper and her fiance, Scott Allen, were visitors of Pat and Janice Hostler and Bruce July 4th. Allen and Isabel Riggleman were July 4th dinner guests of Donald and Annie Painter. Donald and Debbie Bracket, Jodi and Donald, Jr., Loudoun County, Va., were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Thomas and Rose Penwell and Gene, River Side. Violet Jewel], Shannondale, was a Tuesday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Williams, Lovettsville, Va. Verna Ott and Jackie Jewell spent Saturday night with Jackie's grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appell, Mission Road. Ir New Bar Marflyn Pinson wen[ to Jefferson High School on Friday to see the play, "Stonewall Jackson Country." They found the play both enjoyable and most informative; that Stonewall was quite a character and relatively old at the start of the War Between the States as I recall. Talked to Ray Howes last week. Ray bought the Beaumont house on Starlight Drive and spent the fourth of July weekend unpacking. Ray works in D.C. and commutes by train to Union Square. Says he finds Blue Ridge Acres worth the trip. Welcome aboard, Ray. Donald and Annie Painter were Saturday evenin.g visitors of Isabel and Allen Riggleman, James and Sharon Palmer and Wayne and Sandy Bagent and Wayne, Jr., Fox Glen. Sherman and Dorothy Grove and Bruce, and Jerry Ott, were guests of Danny and Sharon Ott, Tracey and Shannon and Daniel on Sunday even- ing and enjoyed a cookout. Pauline Ott and Bill Oden was a Saturday night caller of Cora Wiley, a medical patient at Jofferson Memorial Hospital. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs Millard Ott were Martin and Kathy Viands, Jane Kuhn and Amy, and Francisco and Shelia Aguirre. Visitors of Ludel]e Ott, a medical pa- tient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, were David and Linda Dillow and Michael, Joey and Sandy Ott, Gene and Diane Kerns, Ricky Ott, Deana Souers and Dovan, Glenn and Bertha Ott, Paul Wiley, Pauline Ott, Elda OR, ReD James Holtz, and Norman Beahm. Joyce Hibbitts and Carolyn Cooper and Scott were Saturday evening visitors of Pat and Jancie Hostler and Bruce. Billy Jones and Violet Jewell were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appell, Mission Road. Lee and Joan Rollison, Bridget and Trevor, Chestnut Hill, enjoyed Satur- day at Greenbriar State Park near Boonsboro, Md. Janice Hostler was a Tuesday visitor of Jessie Lally. Charles and Fay Jewel] and Jackie, Teresa Lougerbeam and Verna Ott loft Friday, July 2, for Ocean City, Md., and returned home Wednesday, July 6. Donald and Annie Painter, Donald Painter, Jr., and Tricia Jackson and Trista, were Sunday visitors of Thomas and Rose Penwell and son, River Side. Joan Rollison, Bridget and Trevor, and Carolyn Cooper and Scott were Friday evening visitors of Danny and Sharon Oft and family. Elda Ott was a visitor of her sister, Teresa Longerbeam, Jefferson Avenue. Thomas and Rosie Penwell were Continued on Page 17 State Rt. 45, West Shepherdstown 876-2222 We Have The Most Complete Deli-Bakery In The Area Sweet Rolls. Rolls CUt Breads All Baked Fresh Daily This Week We Are Featuring: g Esskay Pickle Loaf ......... lb. $1" ................. $ 49. . Winter Garden Broccoli Salad ........................ lb. 2 ' ln.-Fri. I Egg Kaiser Rolls ................................................. 6for 89' i! Saturday I .... $B)59 ,..y j ,lazed Donuts dozen I- )MMUNITY OIL CO., INC. Summer FdI.Up Program DISCOUNT PRICES JUNE -- JULY -- AUGUST CASH DISCOUNT Allowed If Paid within lO:ays from Delivery Date NET30 DAYS [ A " ,er t & New Approved Accounts J A]k MUNITY'blL CO., INC. W.Va. - 725-7021 Martinsburg, W.Va. - 267-8721. Our Burner Service by Kisner Plumbing & Heating- 725-8161 OIL HEATS BEST Ask About Our Budget Program Honor g/D Charge (Here am I supposedly typing#in final my notes for the column and what do I find myself doing? Re-reading the May-June issue of the Blue Ridge Acres news. Why? "Cause I enjoy so much Ruby Brownlng's history of our mountain. What fun)." Also chatted with Carmen Howe last week but can't fred my hen scratches from our conversation. I'd certainly never make a true reporter, intrepid or otherwise. Do remember that Carmen and Harvey were away over the fourth of July weekend visil old friend Middy whom many of us have met over the years. Seems that Mid- dy's grandson had a stroke - can you imagine that at the age of five? Neighbor George GaWt, still with his arm in a cast, came by to visit Russ. George hopes that at his appointment at Walter Reed the doctor's will remove the cast and find that his nerve is fully recovered - the nerve in his hand, that is. George is one of the residents of Blue Ridge Acres who claim they don't want or need air con- ditioning. Says he has one but never got around to installing it last year or so far this year. When I look at those 90-some temperatures, I wonder how he stands it, but he certainly seems un- daunted by the heat...Heard that Pap- py and Betts Kitchen finally gave in and got an air conditioner for their log cabin and are most pleased with it...Bertha DeVese and Gladys Gooch use their air conditioner intermittently but claim that it always cools down at night at Whispering Stream. The gals have a resdient chipmunk as well as several squirrels. Dspite their fur coats, the little animals go on their merry way chomping on the scratch that Bertha puts out for them. Bettie LaMotte, had a surprise for her birthday. Cyndy and Wayne Kit- chen, two other great crab lovers, in- vited Cal and Bettie down for hard shells. Cal and Bettie were also invited to happy hour at Marianne Cook's with Mary and Ruby Browning before go. ing to Wayne and Cyndy's. Imagine Bettie's surprise to find a full scale party of hard shell lovers - Cal had ex- panded the guest list to include Miggs Dotson, Bob and Mary Bell, and Lil and Bill Craghead. And boy did those crabs disappear ! The swimming pool looks perfectly beautiful but understand that there had been some problem with the water supply for clubhouse and office Despite the heat, volunteers started digging, found the air bubble in the water line and full service has been restored. All club property that is sup- posed to, now has water. Rah! Rah! Rah! Dan Conklln should be pleased now he can water the flowerbeds at the office which he so lovingly planted. Cannas and Dusty Miller certainly looks fine together. Some 50 people appeared to enjoy the club brunch held last Sunday mor- ning. The food was delicious and plen- tiful and everyone seemed to have a fine time. The club even made a pro- fit on the affair which was certainly much needed and welcomed. Sometimes this non-profit organiza- tion goes a mite too far. Amtlx covered dish supperis scheduled for July 23 - always a fun event. Details are on the Imlletin boml at the postal center and I'll get them for next week's column. Do know there will be horse racing in the club house after the dinner. We had planned a birthday picnic at our house over the holiday to celebrate a reunion which included the return of a long-lost stepson - Ed Gardlner of Florida. Due to Russ's ill health, the event was cancelled out here. But Ed (Sunny) to the family, brought his wife and her two boys plus his sister Pat Hardy out last Friday for a visit. Great tall tales were told of childhood events and lots of catching up on subsequent activities. Was fun; Russ and I en- joyed it. Now that son Mike's big wedding is over and done with and visiting Fritzes and Pinsons all returned to various parts of the U.S. of A., Jim and Marilyn are trying to pull themselves together and plan their next move and I do mean move. The Pinsons hope to build a small house in Blue Ridge Acres in the not . They own property in Florida and hope to divide their time between West Virginia and Florida when Jim retires in the next couple of years. We'll see. " Our black-eyed Susans and pink Cone flowers are blooming their hearts out - looks like they get secret water I don't know about while all the other flowers are drying on tl',eir stalks even the so-called hardy phlox. Last week however, on Hickory, the road was lin- ed with multitudes of sweet peas, but I never got around to picking any. NEWS OF YESTERYEAR SPIRIT DATED July 14, 1987 "Last Thursday's storm has been almost the whole topic of conversation at BRA...I'U tell you about some of the highlights I've gleaned, as usual in no particular order...Bertha DeVese and Gladys Gooch were among the bowlers at the Brdnswick Bowling Center when the entire roof blew off and inches of water covered the floor...Bertha and Gladys decided that home was best and returned to BRA only to find chaos there too. A beautiful cherry tree on the Shenandoah Drive side of their house had been uprooted, fell on the power lines and shorted out power to their home and several others in the area...In the "old area" only the houses close to Chestnut Hill Road escaped the power outages from fallen trees which lasted from four to eight hours in various areas...As soon as tho storm stopped, Jimmy (Kidwell) got in his truck with his pawer saw and removed any and all trees which were blocking roads. "Near misses...A maple tree bet- ween the Warfielcls and Virginia Bliz- zard's broke at the top and hung precariously over the power and phone lines which, luckily, had been reinforced a couple of years ago. Ed and Pat Wintermyer had a large oak leaning toward their house which split about 20 feet up - the oak, not the house. For reasons unknown, it fell away from the house instead of on it. The Kellys found their house by the process of looking behind a huge toppl- ed tree on WhRe Oak and sure enough, there it was, unhurt. Jean Tannyhill had a similar problem; could hardly get into her house for the huge fallen tree which had ripped out all her utility lines and blocked the driveway. Again, the house itself escaped damage. "Edna Peddicord had been to Frederick...and came innocently home only to find that she had trouble with two trees. One large tree on the upper side of her lot blew its top and split, but missed her house. Even closer fell a huge oak which was com- pletely uprooted and grazed the back of her house...Looked like maybe a black walnut that split in two at Glen and Marion Wellman's. They surely will be surprised when they return from Canada. Couldn't tell for sure what the large tree was that fell by Walter and Mildred Smith's house. "In the "new" section, as I mention- ed, there was a tree on the roof of Harry and Esther Beaumont's and the Palladi home seemed to have suffered a hit. Otherwise so far as Russ could see from riding about, the storm seems to have missed them." Beck to the present - 1988. 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