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14 MIDDLE00,,, A Y Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph White, Mat- thew and Lindsey, McLean, Va., and Cecil White and Joan Miller, of the village, were Saturday visitors with Mrs. Beatrice Reed and Mrs. Gladys Hammond. Donnie Crum and Krishna, of the village; Mr. and Mrs. Ward Shanholtz, Darkesville; and Mrs. Gladys Ham- mond were Sunday hmcheon guests of Mrs. Beatrice Reed. Mrs. Patty Campbell, Laurel, Md., spent the fourth of July holiday with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Stevens. Satur- day they visited with Mrs. Louise Bradley and Mrs. Lucy Poston at the Horton Care Home, Wide Horizon. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph White, Mat- thew and Lindsey, spent Friday night with Cecil White and Joan Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills, Renee and Julie, Hidden River, entertained the employees from Athey's Charles Town Plaza Hair Designers Sunday, July 3, with a picnic and swimming party. Monday, July 4th, they enter- rained the Shirley family also with a picnic and swimming party. Mr. and Mrs. David Musick, Bristol, Va., spent the July 4th holiday with Mrs. Helen Vorous. Don't forget the Middleway United Methodist Church Sunday School pic- nic to be held Sunday, July 17, at Clearbrook Park, Rubbermaid pavilion, on the Brucetown Road. Mrs. James Cain returned home Sunday evening, July 3, after spending i GRADUATE CENTER COURSES OFFERED The West Virginia University Graduate Center at Shepherd College will offer a wide variety of vourses to area residents during the 1988 fall semester, which begins August 22. Most of the field-based courses carry three hours of graduate credit, and many may be used for teacher cer- tification renewal. Non-teachers who wish to further their formal education or to take classes for personal enrich- ment will also find subjects of interest. Courses in the following fields are scheduled in the tri-county area: com- munications, counseling, special education, speech and audiology, cur- riculum and instruction, education ad- ministration, education foundations, reading, education psychology, safe- ty studies, health education, and technology education. The first two courses of the Master of Business Ad- ministration (MBA) degree program will also be available. To obtain further information about admission to West Virginia Universi- ty and enrolling in graduate level courses, interested persons are invited to visit any WVU County Extension Of- rice or the WVU Graduate Center, 201 South Princess Street in Shepherd- stown, or to call 304-876-2536. @ t.lld some time with her sister, Mrs. Harlan James, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough, Sanford, Fla. She traveled by Amtrak. Mrs. Mary Miller and Patty, Falls Church, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gamber and Jason, Russell's Trailer Park, were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Graver Russell, Sr. They all went to Martinsburg and treated Mrs. Russell to dinner in honor of her bir- lhday July 9. Happy birthday, I.Amise. The Ring's hosted a cookout for the Cth of July. Those present were Larry and Susie Ring, Billy, Becky, Debbie and Stephen, Junior and Barbara Bar- row, Morgan and Rachel, Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Sr., Cecil White, Joan Miller, Mary Toborg, and Elana Litten, of the village; Mrs. Effie Zeigler, Jefferson Village; and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis, Brucetown, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCarty, Harrisonburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pier, Inwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Jennings, Simpsonville, S.C., spent the fourth of July holiday with Mrs. Grace Swartz and family in Bunker Hill. On the fourth, they all had breakfast with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruby, Tuscawilla Hills. The annual Pifer reunion was held Sunday, July 3 at Clearbrook Park There were approximately 65 family members and guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frye and Mrs. Catherine Cross spent the fourth of Ju- ly holiday.with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hough and Michael, in Virginia Beach, and Military Beach, Va. They had a nice visit and also enjoyed shopping while there. Tony Rhodes visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills, Renee and Julie in Hidden River on Friday. He return- ed to his home in Montana on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Barrow, Morgan and Rachel, were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Windsor, Damascus, Md. Mrs. Angeline Wilson, Mrs. Bea Moreland and Mrs. Shirley Kinley were visitors over the weekend with Mrs. Ruth Moreland. Several birthdays are in July. First, your correspondent celebrated her 70th birthday July 12, along with Mrs. Patt Campbell and little Katie White. Our friend, James Nicely, Saltsville, Va., celebrated his July 14, and Mrs. Dora Feigley, July 16. " We are happy to report that Mrs. Ruth Moreland returned home Friday, July 8, after being a patient in Win- chester Medical Center for the past week. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa, Scott and Kyle, spent the 4th of July holiday inStaunton, Va., atten- ding the U.S.A. Celebration. Anessa Friend is spending the week in Cincinnati, Ohio, attending the FHA special competition. Eric and Brannon Jones, Tuscawilla Hills, were Tuesday overnight guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester White. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny White and Phone: 229-0287 LICENSED & INSURED LEE R. MOORE, JR., OD GENERAL OPTOMETRY CONTACT LENSES Corner of Prospect Avenue t ] and Route 340 East / Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Pho.. 725- 1411 Full Upper or Lower Denture ,ram s 169 0 Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees All Insurance and Union Plans Accepted EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEINSOD, DMO M.D. iPA FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER !the Quality Carl Frederick, Maryland Dental Plan (301 ) 662-O l 31 VISA, Master Charge Back Pain Neck Pain a Arm Pain * Leg Pain CHIROPRACTOR DR. HENRY cHRISTIE Suite 2B ( Above Stuck & Alger Pharmacy ) 116 W. Washington Street - Charles Town, W.Va. Evening & Sat. Appts. 725-9622 i ii i i DR. PETER HOLTZ Podiatrist - Foot Specialist Nail Care Corns and Callouses Heel Pain Diabetic Foot Care * Ingrown Nails * Warts * Bunions and Hammertoes a Sports Medicine CHARLES TOWN FOOT CLINIC 1 1 (5 E. Brd. Avenue Ranson, W.Va. zs4zs Office Hours Phone.; By Appointment (304) 725-0084 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1988 Katie, hosted a 4th of July picnic. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lester White, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell, Staff Sgt. and Mrs." Kenneth Snyder, LaDona, Kendra and Lesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jones, Brannon and Eric. Mrs. Elaine Kestler was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Montelle Ashwood, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring spent the weekend of July 4th camping at the Battle Creek Campgrounds, near Mid- dlewtown, Va. Mrs. Via Welch and Brian, Mrs. Bonnie Turner, David Turner, Dee Turner, Dougie Turner, Mrs. Norma Sirbaugh, and Mrs. Sylvia Breeden and George spent Sunday at Green- brier Park in Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baker and L.B., Happy Creek, were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden and Stacie, Hidden River. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Thelma Kearns were Mrs. Doris Binegar, Mrs. Beverly Appall, Mrs. Dabble McNerney and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Braithwaite and son. Sunday, little Katie White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny White was honored with a party for her first bir- thday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hellms and Doug, Winchester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Lester White, of the village; Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jones, Brannon and Eric, Tuscawilla Hills: Mrs. Kenneth Snyder, LaDona, Ken- (ira and Lesley, Inwood; and Mrs. San- dy Morrison and sons, Whitacre, Va. Mrs. Via Welch and Brian, Dee and Dougie Turner, Mrs. Bonnie Turner and Kenneth Turner were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Inwood. David Turner spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Turner, Gerrardstown. The week of July 4th was spent at Ocean City, Md., by Miss Raquel Whitacre, Nicole Valleri, Michelle Zspinosa, Nicole Nobrega, Lisa Earp, Robin Christman, Kevin Viands, Todd Breeden, Eddie Rogers, P.J. Baker, Todd Jenkins, Ronnie Breeden, Mr. and Mrs. Zlvis Gifft, Mr. and Mrs. Bil- ly Viands and Shannon, and Bill and Joan Viands, Ranson. A good time was had by all. A celebration was held for Mrs. Lydia Whitacre's birthday on July 4 at the Shenandoah River by her niece, Mrs. Martha Wanger. She received many"nic gifts and cards. All her friends frohm river were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Bl'uce Williams, Mr. and Mrs Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lewis and Lydia, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dellinger, Mrs. Ellen Moore, Mrs. Martha Wanger, Trisha Vogel, and Mr. and Mrs. David Hardy and son. A delicious meal and beautiful fireworks were enjoyed. Mrs. Whitacre and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams spent most of the week at the river, Mrs. Elizabeth Dailey treated Mrs. Lydia Whitacre to a special birthday breakfast Saturday, July 9, and later went shopping in Martinsburg. Mrs. Martha Wanger treated her to a fish fry dinner at her home in Inwood Saturday evening. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams and Mrs. Lydia Whitacre visited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Foltz, BurkittsviUe, Md They caught up on all the new births and deaths in the family and updated the family tree for the upcoming reunions. The Williams reunion will be held in Cumberland, Md., Saturday, August 6, and the Foltz reunion in Edinburg, Va., Sunday, August 7. Lydia is historian. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nicely, Shenandoah Retreat, Va.; Mrs. Lori Headlee, Pikeside; and Mrs. Kimberly Creamer, Jefferson Village, were CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Berryville, Va. 22611 Phone: (703) 955-1269 "Custom Slaughtering of Beef" Lambs, Hogs & Veal. All hogs are scalded during Fall and Winter months. Storage facili ties available on all meats processed in our plant. "ALL MEATS ARE VACUUM PACKED" CALL EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OUR REASONABLE RATES. Period additions, remodelling &outdoor structures. Call 728 8460 lot free James M McCormick Design/ Build sketch SHEPHERDSTOWN For Rentals Call 876-3136 i v IIIII II IIIII SHENANDOAH EYE CENTER JOHN A. STEFANO, M.D.' FACS Comprehensive medical eye examinations, Out-patient, cataract/implant surgery, Laser treatment for Glaucoma, Diabetes and other medical conditions * Emergency visits * Courtesy van transportation for the EJderJy * Insurance forms completed for your convenience. JOHN A. STEFANO, M.D., F.A.C.S. Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology Phones: 725-0,131; Toll Free 1-800-826-7151 (WV) l-s00.ssl.ln (MD, VA) 116 East Third Avenue * Ranson, West Virginia 25438 WILL EXPERTLY TUNE-UP YOUR OIL BURNER Forced Air Furnace ........................ $45.00 Steam & Hot Water Boiler .................. $45.00 Mobile Homes ........ , ................... $40.00 Parts extra 8.4 IrE MONEY -- IMPROVE EFFICIENCY -- Let us Clean and Adjust your oil burner Now. Avoid the Last-Minute Rush. *5.00 IHscount if you have Your Furnace Cleaned before Aug. 31, 1988. Phone Now and Schedule your furnace cleaning and Inquire about our Summer Fill Prices on Fuel Oil & Kerosene. 725-7510 or 263-4904 I II II visitors this past week with Mrs Katherine Nicely. Mrs. Gladys Dunn hosted the 4th of July picnic. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., Ginny and Ann, Judy Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Keenan Dnnn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee, Mike and Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alvarez and Alex, Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn, Jr., and Jeremy, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kathy, Kareno Kristy and Gregg and Duane Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee hosted a birthday party for their son Aaron on his sixth birthday. Guests were Mrs. Gladys Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kathy, Kristy, Karen and Bring In your Moclntosh c IBM coml:x]llble discs for greot Text anGI Graphics Reproductions 129 German reet Shepherdstown,WV. 2:5443 mmmmmm 8"76-2235 mmmmmm Gregg, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Karen and their son Jeremisb thday were Bill Jo and Sonny Wilson, Bea Wilson, Lois and Adam and Robert refreshments We Can Most Screens Frames Than H C 121 W. Charles SHENANDOAH TREE TREE RESIDENTIAL & TRIMMING FREE ESTIMATES FAt CALL AFTER ROUTE 2. SAVE TAXES IN START NOW --Tax-Deferred Investment --Incentive Life-Single -- IRA, KEOGH, TSA, S.E. --Employer Sponsored 201-K -- Mutual Funds -- The Equitable Financial Corn Equitable Variable Life Ins. Co., Equico Securities, NY, NY Steve Lawson Registered Rcl'rc.cntat;,. c Carpet Great Selection of Vinyl Wall Coverings Owner Sterling G. 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