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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON l:arrner's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1988 i. S ocia00 f Seal Family Reunion Held at ('00lear00brook0000 The annual Seal family reunion was held Sunday, June 19, at the Clear- brook (Va.) Park with approximate- ly 74 present. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Seal, Luray, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Miller, New Market, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Seal, Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Seal and Tonja, Ralph Seal and Keylee, Kenneth Seal and friends, Lin- da and Brandi, Falls Church, Va.; Richard Weakley, Annandale, Va.; Mrs. Ginny Prewitt, Hagerstown, Md.; Gene Bosely, Stanley, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McQuain and Carletta, ill l i Mr. and Mrs. Nicely Observe 62nd Anniversary The day is June 5, 1988-just 62 years after the wedding of June 5, 1926 took place in Jefferson County. No elaborate celebration or party today for George and Alice Shull Nicely who are relaxing at their home on Thorn- croft Drive in Glen Allen. In 1976 many relatives and friends joined Alice and George to celebrate their golden an- niversary with a beautiful reception. The Nicelys' attractive yard, filled with dogwoods, pines, maples and blooming shrubs, plus beautiful flowers, is sure to catch your eye when passing. At the age of 84, George Nice- ly enjoys rising early each day to work i i [111 in his garden. Other gardeners on their block find it difficult to raise vegetables any bigger or better than George's. Any extra vegetables from the garden are canned or frozen for the winter. There is often the scent of good country cooking in their home. Their three children are Evelyn Snyder of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Shirley Nicely and Donald Nicely of Glen Allen. The grandchildren are Brian Nicely, Richmond, and Laura Jane Owens of Prankfurt, Germany. The family enjoys a quiet home life, the beauty and growth of nature and the fond memories of their sixty-two years together. ., Four generations were featured when the descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Russell Painter gathered in reunion at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson, Jefferson Village. They are, left to right. Victor Peterson, Richard Todd Peterson holding Thomas Edwin Peterson, and Victor "Pete" Peterson. Four Generations Featured Descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Russell Paintergathered June 26 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson, Jefferson Village, for a family reunion and picnic. Mr. Petersnn was honored for his 70th birthday, and he, together with Richard Todd Peterson, Thomas Ed- TO ATTEND • STATE COLLEGE Sajio E. Mian, of Route 1, Charles Town, has been accepted for admis- sion to Potomac State College for the academic year 1988-89 beginning August 18. Potomac State College is the only junior college branch of West Virginia win Peterson and Victor "Pete" Peter- son, posed for a "four generations" photograph. Altogether, nine of ten Painter brothers and sisters and their spouses were in attendance, enjoying a hear- ty meal, games and a pig-in-a-poke auction with Robert Turner serving as auctioneer. Also in attendance were grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Painter. Mrs. Mammie Mitchell, Mar- tinsburg, and Mrs. Rita Smallwood, Lynchburg, Va., both sisters of the4ate Mrs. Painter, and Mrs. Kitty Painter, Orchard Hills, a sister-in-law of Mrs. Painter, all enjoyed the day. WVU Junior Miss W. V a. For Lisa Ann Seagroves, Miss North Central West Virginia, the third time proved to be the charm. The West Virginia University junior was crowned Miss West Virginia at the annual competition held Saturday night in Shinnston. She was in competi- tion two previous times. The first runner-up was Theresa Ann McCoy, Miss Charleston; Amy Clodfelter, Miss Hampshire County, was second runner-up; and Robin Mazzacane, Miss Berkeley county, captured the third runner-up spot. Michele Ours, Miss Jefferson Coun- ty, was also a contender in the Miss West Virginia pageant. She perform- ed "What I Did For Love" from "A Chorus Line" as her talent presentation. Berkeley County's Mazzacane's talent was a dramatic interpretation of "The Stranger," by August Strindberg. Miss West Virginia, Miss Seagroves, received $.5,000 in scholarships, per- sonal care products, two gowns, a $250 gift certificate, a monogrammed robe and other gifts, and free trips to Disneyland and the 1969 Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, N,J. Homemakers Meet The July meeting of the Shenandoah Homemakers was held on Tuesday, July 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Sue Blue. There were nine members pre- sent, who welcomed new member Kim Pinkstaff. The meeting was called to order by President Barbara Haines and devotions were read by the hostess and titled "How to Preserve a Spouse" and "Recipe for a Happy Home". Following roll call, the secretary's report and the treasurer's report, a gift presentation was made to two members who are expecting babies in August. Rebekah Donaldson and Melanie Utterback were given baby gift checks from the membership. Barb Haines thanked the club for the basket of flowers sent by the club due to the less of her grandfather. New officers were announced and include Barbara Haines, president; Kathy Blue, vice-president; Sue Blue, secretary; Dorrie Blue, treasurer; and Sue Foley, historian. The new of. ricers begin their terms in October. The by-laws committee, comprised of Sue Foley, Doreen Stewart, Kathy Blue and Barb Haines, reported on the formation of a set by by-laws, which were read, discussed, revised and then approved by the membership. Programs for the coming year were ' given approval, including crafts, mak- ing gifts for hospital patients, a pro- gressive dinner, a mystery tour, a talk on cholesterol, beauty analysis, a plan- ning meeting, family picnic and a din- ner for the membership. Members signed up for coqnty com- mittees and Debbie Thompson volunteered to represent the club at the county council meetings. The next meeting will be a family picnic and pool party on August 2, at 6 p.m. at the home of Barb Haines. Each member is to bring a covered dish to share. Following the meeting the hostess served a decorated baby shower cake and other refreshments to the members. Ridgeley, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Seal, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John W. Seal, Jr., J.W. and Jason Seal, Mrs. Deborah Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pearl, Sr., Mary, Brooke, Cleve, Penny and Amanda, Mr. and Mrs. Dave See, Mrs. Brenda Hall, Michelle and Jodie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Mrs. Bet- ty Day, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seal, Stacy and Junie Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pearl, Jr., and Sonny, Kathy Seal, and daughters and friends, all of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, Shenandoah Junction; Joe G. Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buchannan and Heather, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seal and Clarence, Jr., Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Seal, Mrs. Mary Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Seal, Chastity and Jessica, and Eddie Seal, Kearneysville. The invocation was said at one o'clock by Andy Seal followed by a mo- ment of silence for those unable to attend. Prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Seal, only ones in their generation; Kaylee Marie Seal, youngest, ene-year-old; Mr. and Mrs. David See, newest married, three weeks; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McQuain, traveled farthest, 80 miles; Jessica, child of the day; Ginny Prewitt. lady of the day; Charles Williams, man of the day; and the door prize was won by Kenneth Seal. It was voted to hold the reunion same time and place next year. Anyone with any suggestions or ques- tions, please contact Mrs. Joseph H. Seal. University and is located in Keyser, W.  va Sewing A fully-accredited liberal arts col- lege, Potomac State offers an Associate in Arts degree in 20 pre- Machine Blitz professional fields and 12 areas in arts and sciences. Associate in Applied Science '""'*' ................................. ' .............................................................................................................. : degrees are awarded in seven career iii!i:, ii!::::::,::::jL i ':-!: :. 'ii;.:::: *-:i!!!ii:.i.::::::.i ::*:::ii ! ] i:i iiii]iiii]iiiil :::::]iii!i" :i1:::' .......  "*k .::iii :i i i. li :::! .... :: ' ": ":::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "  "::'::  :':'% areas and there are several options ,,:--i: :':'.:"---:-.i- within each degree area. |i!i!ii!iiiii!ii!iiiii=!iiiiiiiii!!i`iiii!.! Mian is a graduate of Jefferson l:::::::.':ii:k¢%¢ii High School. [ii:i .*;!*.e.%. :. "= . ... I ALL VIKING SEWING MACHINES I ! J I Some demonstrators I l//.. V lllrllglOlln J J Some last year's models ..JJ ' t/ omom.©o I I Making room for 1988 models i I , Ful125yearwarrantj°nallmachlne  $ _I !  so,. a, protect,on I | JJ Winchester, Va. \\; k :,,. [ ) Monday- Saturday 1 , 703 667 8863 C_e_tli_J 9 AM 5 PM i " " " I I FRITT$. i! GRATTAN HOUSE FABmCS I l at;tin, raZED VIKING-HUSQVARNA DEALER Carol L. Williams New President Of Legion Auxiliary Ms. Carol L. Williams, a resident of Chester, has been elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. John Mercer : Celebrate 30th Sunday, June 12, a surprise celebra- tion marking the 30th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Mercer was held at the Shenandoah Junction Ruritan Club, arranged by the couple's children, Carol Reynolds, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Gran- ville Mercer, Shenandoah Junction. The children and grandchildren presented Mrs. Mercer with a chain necklace hung with a pearl and Mr. Mercer with a pearl tie tack. The cou- ple also received many other welcome gifts. Lavender, Mrs. Mercer's favorite, was the predominant color, the two- tier anniversary Cathy Jackson, ney and Reynolds, Essie Jackson, Frank Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. William and Mrs. and Bobby Mark and Pare Mr. and don, Diane Gay Mrs. Roy Smoot, Bruce and Greg Wizard Clipp Club Year "Program Planning for 1988-89" was the topic for the Wizard Clipp Exten- sion Homemakers Club Wednesday afternoon, July 6, at the home of Mrs. Gladys Dunn. The planning and business portion of the meeting was provided over by President Gladys unn. Mrs. Dunn also led the devotions. Lesson topics, lesson leaders and hostesses were chosen for the new year along with the committee selected. Eight members were present to help set up the activities. Discussion was held for the educa- tional exhibit for the Jefferson Coun- ty Fair with the theme, "New Growth." Mrs. Marie Williams will present a book from the club to the Old Charles Town Library, "Stranger in Two Words," by Jean Harris. This will be in honor of Mrs. Lucy Poston, the club's oldest member, who is a guest at Horton Care Home in Wide Horizon. A letter was read from the National Extension Homemakers Council. The ladies voted to hold their "Dutch Treat" for Golden Corral Frances Dunn secretary and M' the club treasurer. All enjoyed and cake. The West rently financial aid lege. Some $12 through the gram and an application for loans in order approval. Applications calling limitation on the student be a tending a two or public college Virginia. Department of West Virginia. Ms. m.-9,.      .  I...   Williams took the oath of office at the j FOR YOUR DANCING installation ceremonies during the 66th annual convention of the auxiliary in Charleston. A member of Chester Unit 121, Ms. Williams has held membership in the auxiliary since 1972, joining on the eligibility of her brother, John F. Hissam, who served with the United States Marines in Vietnam. Employed by Power Vending Com- pany of Hammondsville, Ohio, she has maintained an active part in the local, district and department levels of the auxiliary. She has held all unit offices and committee chairmanships. In the West Virginia First District, she serv- ed as its vice president and president. Previous to her election as department president, she completed the terms of first vice president, second vice- president and historian. A member of Burge Casto Post 6450 Ladies Auxiliary, Hancock County Slaon 593, Eight and Forty, Depart- mental De West Virginia, and a member of the First United Methodist Church of Chester, "Our Most Precious Freedoms," will be Ms. Williams' theme during her term as department president. • _ COMING TO () 7:25 - 9:25 erthur2 CHARLES TOWN I k -oos00 0 I I - "SPECIAL | EDITION" j 9:00 P.M. until I :00 A.M. • FOR MEMBERS and GUESTS ONLY! eeeeeee•eee••eeeeeeeeee@ DOMINO'S PRESENTS Two Regular Cheese Pizzas for $8.88 Offer good thru 8/7188 ••••@•000000eeeeO•Ol••@ For Just 1.00 each add your favorite toppings to make this an even greater deal! DOMINO'S PIZZA ® DELIVERS /_ 121 20 N Rt. 11