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August 10, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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August 10, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY. AUGUST I0. 1978 Owls In Enersy Product Wise Owl 4-H Club Steph Mickey, headed these up a busy year with the committees. ion of the club energy In addition to furniture and a doll house showing wall decorations, the club t ways of conserving selected warm colors for painting the walls, warm colors in the carpets, lined draperies Watson and Lannie for keeping in heat, caulking on members of the club, the windows for added protec- ted the house. All tion from cold weather, and ; of the club par- installed insulation in the attic. in the furnishing, and The house will be on display at I of the house through a Charles Town bank early next -S. Energy chairman, month. pherd Foundation Increase 1978 of the Shepherd Foundation met in an- Tuesday, July 18, college campus. the meeting was of President James that $47,755 had been J during the year as new funds. This was an over 1977 of $17,000. raceme for the year, in- and other amounted to $76,253. r Charles Boss disbursements for representing from the restricted and total assets of fdministration or expense was $368.47, of which was for All officers serve t pay or expense. Doss reported the Worth of the Foundation to a half million dollars Student loans were in- terms were: Dr. Lavely Gruber, Mrs. Brown Hendricks, Mr. Ralph Headlee, Dr. Walter Fix 'Mrs. Ralph Burkhart and Dr. John Stealey, lit. .................. i= HI ............. . .... KABLETOWN Mrs. Marianna Smallwoo0 Dial 725.5707o A reminder of the meeting of the Kabletown Church Ad- ministrative Official Board scheduled for Sunday evening, August 13 at 7 p.m. Members are urged to attend and others may attend also. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell attended the sixty- seventh wedding anniversary of his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elwoed Penwell of Martinsburg. The occasion was observed at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Since the beginning of and Mrs. Maumau where a most $2,002,061 has enjoyable dinner was served. awarded students Mrs. Harlan Unger was ad- aid. mitted into the Jefferson Mofer was re- Memorial Hospital on Tuesday President.Other officers for examinations and sub- ! were. Mrs Ruth sequent treatment. Shehas been er, vice-president; Dr. in great pain in the area of her ay Dunn, executive vice-, neck. ,nt; Mrs. Jessie Hendrix, Wednesday, Mrs. J. Edgar :ry and Mr. Charles Boss, Ware was honored on her natal r. anniversary when her daughter- 'lots elected for four yea in-law, Mrs. Janet War e en- 'o mox lured Vegetation Kimmer I lz'- l tops weed trouble up to 1 yr.  r, at for walks, patios, driver .' fence rows. $7.98 I/ALLEY HARDWARE CO. ns-.- C,.tES TOW,, W. V,. II lito re More- i fith this 15 cu. ft. ' Ibson Freezer RUSSELL FRITTS.& SON, INC. DIAL TJ5 551] Charles Town, W. Va. tertained at an informal party. The former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Turner Ramey and the Ware's house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy McKee, were present to enjoy the evening. Mrs. Michel Seward and her sons James and David, have returned home after visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Crawford of Houston, Texas, since June 10th. Mr. Soward's mother, Mrs. M. B. Seward, of Raymonville, Texas, returned with her daughter-in-law for an extended visit with her sons, Mike, local, Keith, of Washington and Joe, of Baltimore. Mike, an employee of the Navy'Department, is on a vacation. On Sunday, July 30th, Mr. and Mrs. Sam King entertained at a birthday party honoring their :daughter, Chert. Those at- tending were her sister and brother, Michael and Brandi, Betsy Roderick, Dawn Alkire, Stacey and Shelly Drish, Stephanie and Mary Burns, Kim and Shirley Mayola, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington, Shannon, Brian and Jason, Cheri's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McBee, April and Jessica, Cheri's great-uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Fontz, their children Jimmy and Rosebud, Cheri's great. grandmother, Mrs. Florence Peele, Miss Eileen Peele, her great-aunt, Mrs. Michael Fontz and son, Michael. The occasion was very enjoyable with the opening of the many nice gifts, the delicious refreshments and the presence of so many relatives and friends. Dr. Joe Cloud, Mrs. Cloud and their children, have returned to their home in Moscow, Idaho, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud. The former plans to stop near Madison, Wisconsin, enronte to their home to visit Mrs. Cloud's parents. Vickie Pipes, an employee at the Smith Market on 340, lost several days from work following a minor injury to her shoulder. Her right arm was placed in a sling." Mrs. Elsie Grey has returned home after, a week's visit to Pulaski, New York, where she accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watson, Martinsburg. They visited his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Wat- son. The attendance at the Church School picnic Sunday was ap- proximately 35. Mr. and Mrs. Mearle McDonald and children joined their father, Mr. Howard Bush for the occasion as did Mr. and Mrs. Charles Getts and soa Gerryl, of Stevenson, and Tony Levi, Berryville, who were guests of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and Donna. SALE PRICES in this ad effective (while quantifies list) today thru Saturday, August 12, 1978. 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