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):ii!i//I i i i il  ....... i Members At Leetown Area Dedication further support of the handicapped, several members of the Charles Lions Club attended the dedication of the new fishing area for the at the National Fisheries Center at Leetown Saturday, July 29. I in the above photo, left to right, are -- Lion and U.S. Senator Jennings ph; Lion Bill Dennison and Lion President Chester Foley; and Lion and Putz, director of the fisheries center at Leetown. (Photo by Erroll The proceeds will go toward a project they are working on. If anyone has anything to donate, you can bring it that morning or Dial 876-6845 contact any member. There will be new and used clothing Gilbert Creamer donated by the Bargain family cook-out last Basement. for the family and tO The Edgewood Homemakers the birthday of their Extension Club will have supper Henry out for members and guests, Vho turned 4 years old. Wednesday, Aug. 9,at 6:30 p.m. many nice gifts, at the Coachhouse, which Were Dick and Mary features a smorgasbord. Mr. and Mrs. "8" was the magic number and daughters, for Kevin Stride, who celebrated Creamer, Chevy his birthday, with a small party and Mr. and Mrs. with family and friends, and children of Saturday evening, given by his Md. mother, Mrs. Darlene Stride. He l'dith Thomas ac- led her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Ingrum, Shenandoah to Fairfax, Va., for of their great- Wilks to Miss held at the received a decorated cake and several nice gifts. Rev. Joseph Chukla will be guest minister in the pulpit, Sunday, Aug. 6, for the 9:30 a.m. worship, at the Grace United Church of Christ. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walls and Church in Fairfax. family, Molly Welsh, Ginger Was a small reception Stanley, Dougie Fowler and Mr. at the church and Mrs. Eugene Burkhart & parents, Mr. children, enjoyed an outing Edward Trexler, en- Monday, at Hershey Park in party and Pennsylvania. The brave ohes a lawn social. The rode the new attraction, the lr. and Mrs. Super-Dooper-Looper, roller coaster. and see the bargains The annual Tri-Parisb picnic, tUrday, August12, 9:00 with the congregations of the at a yard and bake Martinsburg, Shepherdstown & lawn of the Grace Kearneysville Christ Churches Church of Christ, will be held Sunday,Aug. 6, at 6 in Spirit. p.m. on the back law at Kear- All-gear drive gives you added workpower, saves gas. American-built. Handles 4' & 5' mowers. 12" plow, 32" tiller, 48" snowblow. 4' dozer, ms and Service '/3 ton loader log-splitter. See Available our display today. SONS 662-2768 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Denny's Furniture AUCTION OF neysville. Everyone attending is asked to bring a covetfd dish. The meat will be provided by the Martinsburg charge, the eting utensils by the Shepherdstown charge and the tea and rolls by the Kearneysville charge. Following the meal the Youth of the Church will present a program: Mrs. Bessie Welsh, celebrated her birthday, Sunday, July 30, and an en- joyable cook-out was held at her home. She received two decorated cakes and many nice gifts. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welsh and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandenburg and Children, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwood and son, Mrs. Florence Mull, Mrs. Katherine Castle, Charles Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hess and Sharon, Mrs. Bill Barber and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Shackleford. Even though its mid-season, the Grace United Church of Christ has formed a softball team for boys, 13 and up, They are coached by Ronnie Pitt- snogle and the manager is Sam 'Walls. They have had several donations and next year will have their jerseys and uniforms. It is great to see the community involved in this type of sport for the young people. Thought for the day: Self control is an anchor thal everybody needs to he tied* to. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns in Middleway. Timmy Whetzel of Gaither- sburg, Md., is spending a week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Mrs. Jane McDonough returned to her home on Monday tlques & Furniture wheresheisrecuperatingafter undergoing surgery in the City Hospital in Martinsburg. Her ell the following located 1/ miles south of Charles daughter Kathy had been a . Va., on Route 340 across from Byrd's Roadside miles North of Berryville, Va., on Rt. 340. DAY, AUGUST 12, 1978 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.* M. carved, oak siaeboard, wooden ice box, oak wooden churn, 5 butter prints, 2 oak dressers, oak chest, 5 pc. mahogany parlor suite, 3 cane oak chair w-leather back, 2 oak tables, needs dresser, piano stool, vanity stool, piano table, oak stand, rocker, wicker sofa, end table, 2 single iron beds, I w-brass lwOnden single beds, wooden double bed, trunks, old & W T.V., 21 CU. ft. upright deep freeze, metal ice of Harpers Ferry, 9 mother of pearl pictures, mantel clock, set of Coke bottles representing White House vinegar jugs, apple pie ridge bet- , bottles, Avon bottles, other bottles, brass , large andsmall brass hand scales, iron bowl and pitcher set, Dep. glass, German [lassware, snuff jars, candy cans, kerosene set, set of silverware, large iron pet, 4 iron iron muffin pan, iron dutch oven, Mr. cherry seeder, crocks, 1 Strasburg; R. R. lanterns, shoe lasts, wooden mug, tack puller, Seed sower, glass top jars, haines, single trees, stainless steel sink, cast iron sink, large'grind: oil furnace w-two motors, 2 old well ,2 PUsh mowers, metal spike tooth harrow, corn 1 electric rote broil-fryer and cooker, 1 electric deep 1 electric toaster, 4 slices bread, new; 1 electric slices bread; 1 electric skillet, 1 electric corn electric coffee percolators, 1 oak marble top wash ak marble ) dresser with bevel mirror; 1 larger too numerous to mention. Nothing to be moved until settled for. patient in the City Hospital also. Mother and daughter are home and doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poston had their niece, Miss Pare Powell of Falls Church, Va., as their guest on Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Stickles and daughter, Mrs. Wayne Pulse and children, of Winchester, Va., were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whit- tington and children were Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and family. Miss Dianne Breeden spent Sunday in Gaithersburg, Md., as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harding , Betsy Pritchard celebrated her 10th birthday with a swimming party and dinner on Tuesday, July 25, given by her Helen & Luther J. Coulter for accidents on premises. Aug. 3-2t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pritchard. The Wickliffe Church will hold services on Sunday, Aug. 13, at 11 am. Following the service there will he a covered dish dinner on the lawn. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prit- chard and children motored to Cumberland, Md., on Sunday and was met by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pritchard. They had dinner in honor of Edward's birthday. Betsy accompanied her grand- parents back to their home in Sistersville to spend a month. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins were Wednesday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jenkins of Berryville, Va. Mrs. Barbara Harshman, Mrs. Bertie Carroll and Mrs. Frances Penweli attended the open house of Rev. Jeanne Alexander at Kabletown. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo spent some time visiting relatives this past week. They were Mrs. Eugene Haynes of Pikeside, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Largent, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Green and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ceravalo and Mrs. Mildred Jernsey, all in Falling Waters. Mrs. Frances Penwell and Mrs. Barbara Williams are enjoying a week's vacation from the General Electric plant where they are employed. Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and family of Shenandoah Junction; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoyle of Gaithersburg, Md., and Mrs. Louise Seiners and daughter, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Crystal Williams celebrated her 13th birthday this week. Mrs. Katherine Jenkins celebrated her birthday on Sunday, Aug. 6. Mrs. Barbara Williams and children, Ginger Penwell and Skeets Ainsworth, spent Monday at King's Dominion near Hagerstown. Mrs. John Seymour and children, and a friend, Duncan Smith of Boyle, Md.; Betsy and Forrest Pritchard, Susan an( Patricia Smith, and Stephanie, Mary and John Burns wer dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family and in the afternoon they enjoyed swimming. Mrs. Hazel Jenkins, Mrs. Ruth Barrier of Charles Town and Mrs. Luella Shepherd of Mar- tinsburg, left from the Friend- ship Airport to go to Seattle, Washington, to spend some time with their sister, Mrs. Virginia Arnold. While there they will sightsee and tour many places of interest. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo Dial 535-6528 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd and children of LovettsviUe, Va., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea on Sunday. The, Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club met at the Cliff side Motor Inn last Wednesday for their regular meeting. Mr. William Bond was installed as first vice-president and Mr. Lester Harding was installed as second vice-president. Installing officer was Rev. Alfred Collins Past Zone President. Col. and Mrs. Newtor Alexander have returned home after a vacation in New Hamp- shire. Mr. Reid Geronimo had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elsea. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crock and daughr have been visiting friends and relatives in Springfield, W. Va., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Brown and daughters of Manassas, Va., visited at the Cavalier Farm on Saturday. Mrs. Brown is the former "Be-Be" Ross who lived in Harpers Ferry for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dalgarn of Virginia Beach, Va., and Mrs. Dalgarn's sister, Lorraine Keller, visited Mr. Dalgarn's mother and other relati.,es at the Cavalier Farm on Sunday. The Bolivar Civic Association will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bolivar U.M. Church. All members please attend. CHURCH OF CHRIST We are looking for members or those wishing simply to be Christians and ac- cept only the Bibleas their authority, to begin another congregation in this area For Information -' Call or write Win- chester Church of Christ / % R.E. Swan, 1265 Baker Lane Winchester, Va. 22601 - PHONE. 667.34$! Gospel Meeting Gary Holcomb, Cincinnati, Ohio AUG. 3rd. 2T-- Pd. I The Op Shop Closes From August I1 To In September The Op Shop of Charles Town ;viii be closed August 11 through Labor Day, September 4, but will reopen Tuesday, September 5, featuring a clearance sale on all summer merchandise. Fall and winter clothing donations will be accepted in September. It is emphasized that only clean merchandise is acceptable for resale. The volunteers at The Op Shop again expressed their ap- preciation for the continued support of the community in this venture which supports and benefits the Old Opera House restoration project. GRIFFITHS & MALATTS REUNION SUN., AUG. 13 The annual Griffith and Malatt reunion will he held at the Clearhrouk Park, Clearbrook, Va., Sunday, Aug. 13, at 12:30 at the Rubbermaid Pavilion. The park is located on U.S. Route 11, north of Winchester, Va., and south of Martinsburg. All who attend are asked to bring a picnic basket. The first fruit of a reli- gious personality is an honest life. I HOSPITAL NOTES " " 4 Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital July 24 through July 30, included: Vergie Howell, Charles Town. Terry Staubs, Harpers Ferry. Wilson Jenkins, Kear- neysville. Majorie Gray, Hanson. William Lyndon, Hanson. Louise Fuss, Charles Town. Evalyn Brown, Charles Town. Franklin Parrish, Hanson. Joyce Yates, Charles Town. Elsie Seal, Ranson. Connie Whittington, Mar- tinsburg. Blanche Fraley, Bakerton. Thelma Chapman, Charles Town. Constance Whittington, Shepherdstown. Terry Ott, Charles Town! Lillie Whittington, Harpers Ferry. Justin Dupuy, Shenandoah Junction. John Anderson, Shenandoah Juffetion. John Hulver, Charles Town. Dewey McDonald, Halltown. Shannon Routzahn, Kear- neysville. Lena Leake, Charles Town James Nichoison, Hanson. Ellen Ruffner, Hanson. Leonard Daugherty, Mar- tinsburg. Cochise Hudgens, Harpers Ferry. Pamela Twyman, Hanson. Frances Clatterbuck, Charles Town. Velma Lewis, KearneysviUe. Dean McNeruey, Hanson. Anna Dillow, Mlllville. Doris Smith, Martinsburg, Jene Mylechraine, Harpers Ferry. Ina Whaley, Charles Town. Leslie Pulse, Charles Town. Hildegarde Davidson, Kearneysville. Dorothy Mooring, Harpers Ferry. Daniel Staubs, Ransom Diane Langhorne, Kear- neysville. Roy Woodward, Hanson. Charlotte Cain, Charles Town. Adra Thomas, Charles Town. Joseph Carr, Hanson. Robert Kittrell, Harpers Ferry. Claudia Deleyer, Charles Town. Hilda Piper, Harpers Ferry. Nora Jackson, Hanson. Bertha Cunningham, Hanson. April Miller, Kearneysville. Ella Sharer, Brunswick, Md. Linda Hine, Charles Town. Rose Osbourn, Kearneysville. Tammy Turner, Hanson. Laura Tucker, Charles Town. William Smoot, Halltown. Elsie Hitter, Millville. Brian Sigier, Kearneysville. Lucy Fellers, Summit Point. Wanda Simmons, Baltimore, Md. Dessie Fauble, Hanson. Margaret Webb, Hyattsville, Md. Lucille Chamblin, Hanson. Evelyn Kline, Martinsburg. Blanche Housden, Charles Town. Jesse Hanna, Kearneysville. Leone Hamilton, Kear- neysville. Elsie Short, Hanson. Sandra Lain, Charles Town. Lydia Davis, Charles Town. Sarah Engle, Kearneysville. James Wine, Shenandoah Junction. Kathryn Bentley, Harpers Ferry. Adam Prain, Kearneysville. Mary Zombro, Charles Town. Thelma Day, Kearneysville. Mary Isenberg, Harpers Ferry. Sandra Fuss, Shepherdstown. Kathryn Creamer, Kear- neysville. Paul Loughry, Charles Town. Susan Young, Charles Town. Terry Kahanovitz, Ran- dallstown, Md. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goff, Knoxville, Md, a daughter born July 25. Mr. and Mrs. William Lilla, Millville, a daughter born July 24. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Shepherdstown, a daughter born July 25. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mauck, Charies Town, a daughter bern F---R--E--E I DEMONSTRATION . MAKING FURNITURE FROM KITS.. .. LOVE SEATS .. Sofas .. Chajr00 AUGUST 7, AT 7 P. M. BERKELEY ROOM CLIFFSIDE MOTOR INN Harpers Ferry, W, Va, ................................. LSL] If You Have Electrical Problems CALL US , Inc. SPECMLIZING m Commercial g Industrial Wiring & Service STOCKING Many Brand Names of: Electrical Devices & Equipment Flourescent & Incadescent Lamps Water Heater Elements & Electric Heaters And/ony Popular Types & Sizes of Wire DIAL 725. 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. North George St.. Ramon, W.Vo. @ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1978 July 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mills, Knoxville, Md., a daughter born July 28. MILLYILLE Miss Dorothy Lake Dial 535-2261 A_--__ ____ _ ____ _ ___, L _-_-_- , Mrs. Rhoda Jones Cooper of Hanson, entertained with a special family dinner at her home on Sunday. There were four generations present for the occasion, which included Mrs. Cooper, Mr. Larry M. Jones, Joyce Jones. and son Chris. This was also the first birthday of Chris. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones and family, Lisa, Keith, Joyce and Chris, of Millville; Mrs. Earl Freeman and daughter and Mrs. Jenny Snyder of Bolivar. Chris received many nice gifts. There was also two" bir- thday cakes, one baked by Miss Freeman and one by Miss Lisa Jones. Miss'Dot Lake was a Sunday dinner guest of her niece, Mrs. Sandra Grosnickel and son of Jefferson, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent LiUa are the parents of a baby daughter born July 24 at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds and 9% ounces and was given the name Jennifer. This is the first child in the Lilla family. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lilla and son of Bakerton. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Charle Milbourn and son and Wayne Bond, all visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longer- beam, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James and Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam DERN MASONRY 30 Years of Quality Work Brick - Block- Stone Also Modular Home Foundations Built To Fit PHONE: 1 267- 4755 JULY 13- 4T PD. FREE ESTIMATES JEFFERSON INN Route 9 '-- Hanson, W.Va. 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COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. 1978 SUMMER FILL-UP PROGRAM 1978 , , , DISCOUNTS, , 4r $.01 PER GALLON PLUS 2% CASH TEN DAYS NET 30 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR NEXT WINTERS HEATING BILLS, ALSO PROTECTS YOUR t STORAGE TANK, , EFFECTIVE MAY-- .JUNE- ..JULY-- -AUGUST CALL: 725. 7021 COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC 267 - 8721 ALSO APPLIES TO NEW CREDIT APPROVED ACCOUm MAY 4 - TF !