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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1983 9 Whittington Reunion @ aln Of 1938 Marks 45th Anniversary At Hilltop House Charles Town High School class of 1938 held its 45th anniversary Saturday, July 9, at a din- at the Hilltop House in Harpers Ferry. Members of the class who were present were: row, left to right, Marjorie (Pine) Crouse, Lucille Bush, Juanita (Jones) Allen, Margaret Bly, Ann (Moore) Smith, Louise (Boyer) Boyer, Francine Stonesifer. Back row, Isabel Ebersole, Helen (Drish) Charles, McKenzie Bane, Frances (Ring) Shriver, Garland Eleanor (Theodore) White, Gene Dunaway, Bayrle Link and Louis Garvin. tr'uh Country Day School To Be Saturday 2 p.m. are erson Jr The descendants of Thomas R and Annabelle RuU~'ord Whittington will A flower show, entitled "Westafford all possible protection against hold tbeir annual family reunion at the Virginia Hills." wil I be a feature of the loss or damage. home of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood 31st annual Jefferson County Fair to be Fresh plant material is never Longerbeam, MillviLle, West Virginia, held at the fairgrounds on the Leetown- treated. Dried plant material may be Saturday, August 27th. Family Charles Town Read, August 29 through treated in any manner, members are to meet at 2:00 p.m. for September 3. Bases, stands and/or fabric may be fellowship, swimming and games. The The flower show, to be featured just used under all containers. Background meal will be served at 5:00 p.m. two days -- Friday and Saturday, material and/or accessories may be us- Disabled Persons September 2-3, is a standard mini- ed only when specified. show, under the sponsorship of the No artificial flowers, fruit or foliage Commission L! IA: M Wayside Garden Club. The public is may be used. -o,-,ns cordially invited and there will not be A 3 x 5 card listing plant material us- Meeting August 22 DIVISIONany charge.ii VESiGN ed must accompany each exhibit. The Governor's Commission on "Mmny Are Our Visions Bright" (four GENERAL RULES Disabled Persons will conduct a public entries in each class). Entries will be received on Thurs- forum on Monday, August 22, at the Class 39, "With their summits day, Septemberl, from 7 to g p.m and Aikens Steak House on Edwin Miller pointed skyward" - An interpretive onFriday, September 2, from8tol0:30 Boulevard, Martinxhurg. The session design. Designer's choice of material a.m All entries must be removed pro- willbeginatg:30a.m, and continue un- but seme fresh cut plant material must mptly on Saturday, September 3 bet- tit 3:30 in the afternoon, be used. To be staged against a wean the hours of 9 and 10 p.m. According to Polly Parkinson, ofthe backboard 44" x 22". Background Each entry must be checked by the Eastern Panhandle Training Center, material must be provided by the Classification Committee (Hor- tbemeetingwillprnvideanopportuni- exhibitor, ticulture) or Passing Committee Family ty for discussion of problems which Class 40, "But how sunny were my (Design) and receive an entry card Information Meeting face the disabled, daydreams"- A design of fresh cut before being placed. Entries which do tall and slender, with light An informational meeting, designed There will be group leaders who will plant material to be staged in a gray- not conform to the schedule will be ~hair and a medium complexion, to explain the operations of Jefferson focus specifically on the topics of green niche 32" x 28" x 20". displayed but not judged. with a charming accent, and County's Country Day School, will be education, employment, housing and Class 41, "Oh, the hills, beautiful Judging will begin at II :30 on Friday, ~>to be a bit shy but totally ~ beldFriday, Augt.~'-t 19frmn6:30to7:30 health and medical services, hills" - A design of roadside material September2. No one will be allowed in p.m. at the Shepherdstown Public At the same time the Commission fresh and/or dried plant nmterial To the area after that time except ve. Library. will be gathering information to be be staged against a backboard 44 x necessary personnel. The decision of ~FV~reneeR lland'al7"year' ld All persons interested in tbe operation utilized as the basis for making recom- 32" x 24". Background material must the judges shall be fin,al. , ~e student from Man,lEer in of this independent, non- mendations to the Governor, the be prove oded,by the exhibitor.No material on the Let Live sec- thern part of France, near the y A~knov,n city of Marseilles" denominational school open to a, Legislature and to state agencies on Class42 That my heart with rap- tion of the West Virginia Conservation children;are invited to attend. Children bow best to improve services, ture thrills - An interpretive design of List may be used. ka. ~.-s spending a month visiting here with potential for real academic The meeting ls open to the public. For fresh and/or dried plant material. Ac- Any amateur gardener may enter C=mty with Ri, rd and ~;.~d~ski and their four children, ~ achievement, without regard to race, additional information call the Eastern cessories permitted. To be staged this show. creed or national origin, are welcome Panhandle Training Center at 754-7921, against a backboard 44" x 32" x 24". ~ ~II~ ~.~ Diane,at WillowViC' andDale,Duane, nearWh at Country Day School, 4 miles west=DV= D=i i,J i,"~,~ Background material must be proved- ~ ~'~ ' stown. of Charles Town off Route 51. ed by the exhibitor. "lBmm parents are Pierre and Light r r h ments will be served SUNDA,UGUS 28 Class 43, "Where my childhcod l, mrs 'qV Z ' lue Rolland. He's in real estate after Friday s meeting. The descendants of the late Will and were passed" - A miniature design not ~ ~~ "- "- ,~lley~er mother is an English teacher. Mil~ie Frye will hold their annual re~- to exceed 5 in any dzmension. ~ .O~FFII'V -- w me w~r. z (,~.~ nion on August 28 at the home of Earl Des'-ner'schoiceoffreshand/ordried~ u,y~-";&Eeareals tw brothers,F ",Philippe, FLORENCE ROLLAND jeHerson nlgn in and Bertha Smith in Middleway. The plant material. To be staged in a I~Nn ~~z~'C-19~.h~,t,~q,o," United States. Thirteen years ago, the z-~ 815 r~. n picnic will begin at l:00 p.m. VarioUs committee.Shad w box furnished by show ~-~ AnnlnFmT=-'---- family spent ten months in Spartan- q Ja finns neunion activit are planned for the day and D I ,~ ~ ~,w==.w == =. a~"=~" burg, South Carolina, where her th~ m.~ fir~ each famiJy is asked to bring an inex- ES GN DIVISION RULES ~ ~-~- " ! gn Lqe auspice8 oi NAUI~L !. mother taught French as an exchange Tbe Class of 19"r3, first o. dua : of-1~=l ~xcnange, mgeumr win r/z class of Jefferson High School, wants penszve wrappea g~tt tar omgo. Containers should be marked with ~ ?~ '~,':'~ :~,~7~,~,~,j~,j~?,~,~ 7-. wi umener, zmrencewasmurazmeurne,tohave reunion. SPECIAL OLYMPICS exhibitor's name. The committee will .I . lStates* m A - "-- anarememoe~somymBanammzcnes. Asma committee is curre~tly work- KlWb~lq PDCW"~DA/~ p ~ v ~, ~, mg to tam aauresses oz an crossThe Charles T I K I 111 l ' own hlwanls ~IUD, -- "-,:,~I~o~r,~k~e~;~ nia, tofM s h .e%den n h the"junkfoods"found,athefast oodchicken 'se ' 'bYM t*Ydm and n mme anamsoue,un gsuppo trom m,--" - "'- -,-,' - o* =. .- o, ",- / TI-LE-&---S-T0 iE i: other class members in this effort. T ~'~""~ ~--~,e =-f.-~ -, -,~ '~ ~"~ ~" ~ own rtouse t~estauram, Wlll near ~ ~o ~I ~o.~ ey, c~ ~a<:m~o~. .emirs at me commit. (whoabout the S "l "l " I S I llk " the jerk v ,o. emporiums. In fact she s dedicated to be . . pecm u ymp,cs program taking some of tho fast foods back wi an " [ Creative Masonry [ are" Iris a, u-- ~- ~c,- ~ r---~- ~ ~=,s ~en- member .lam~ Mnl=r will ~,rw~-t rm I 79 q I DR. LEE R. MOORE JR. McDonald kind, are not the fries she n "K'" --- " I --v-v- vv I OPTC TmST mm commg year ac JOtITe .knows " --nee making ny .~ue Ie ,725-5176, orjenny3ue the international convention held in I Chorlos Town I CHARLES TOWN PLAZA nnm,i,nnrner t;azmg, Vienna. L Phone:Z2S-l,/ side a /ted u'ea rata me go ez'm'ne uu secuon m w.=hln=t De s.- ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF = evea" -- W o----, --- tiet Batt,d in.d BATIrLETOWN ANIMAL CLINIC n . p, wu, ~u = sylvania to visit other members of the Wydoskifamily, andtothelnnerHar-br . JERRYA. HENKE, D.V.M. PageantD s """ ""'" o at BaR,more, Md, another 'I' ' ' ' ---= . - :.' re sea ~0. Sl~ in ~'--" k,~, ; aeugn ~pe . on ~ rap, me ~m,~-s~~.': Tlee. She said they have twO hours ~--lol~ ~--wtm"~ "~" -'"-'-" Evening Hours Available 1 in oh emrence What wecommer to Located on Route 340, 12 MIles $ou#h of Charles Town uy .arIjor the '~ physical eDUCation, ~ ~ be, ~. .k. L-" the time is slum areas of Baltimore.the seamy side of : (703) 955-2171 I : Little Miss Jefferson County Fair I I cs, men m net perueumr Florence hasn't been exposed to I til tlus year, sa l, R was cea--would be 'e amc,ner 7 tc tag testa to aet rmme mediately h, .ht " : ~ or not one was suited *, .~= 4 --- . -, --- ----o re= of .t= .o, d be en- ANNUAL I I or scnoo= ar, er reaving toga chanted b ("l'~ath ~.=,~ on,m ,=a y -- a= j Young Fashions al" ether " " -- "'" el AUCTION/BAKE SALE ! more liber=l ui. a mg neconung to tins corn y ,130 W. Washington Street Charles Town | -ts governmont)'. Fl e has ! taken the test, and passed it Y nntic'l " g r, from across the ond HEALTH FAIR I MASTER CHARGE, VI,SA | e P" She says she'll take it again this LIN K RE UNION --I to see if there is any SI DAY AUGUST 28 September 10, 1983 df~ement. The descendants of John Jacob Link Co --' ,ar h ,chool, coll e .hold. amal =on y, 10:00 A.M. -- ? c~,hi,l~er academic studies while AUgUSt = at St. James Lutheran >yedL ol, ff we understand Florence's Church, Uvilla. Family members are Benefit: ,p. more toward the voca- askedtonotAfyotheedesemdanta who IndependentVolunteer F/re Company - ta ny rete, ,t does appear, from do not receive the loe papem: Please effee ce's description, there is bringfood, as in past years, forthepic- Donated Saleable Items Needed. ~pi0~ emphasis on education in nic which will get underway at 1:00 ~ ~ than in the United States. p.m. Drinks, ice cream, paper plates For Pick.Up Call stay in thenapkins will be " 725-2514 of If No Answer 1 Buy any Wrangler jeans at our low price. 725-0984 I 2. Mail this certificate and proof of purchase. "PLEASE HELP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL,3. Receive up to $30 in coupons good on your next ! purchase of Wrangler clothes. " FIRE DEPARTMENT",4. Any combination of men's, ladies or students' Wrangler denim, cord Or fashion leans ,What to Buy What You Receive ! AnY3 Wrang'er ' 1 jeans Two S3 coupons a $6 value 1:, - t Any 4. Wrangler ": Any 5 Wrangler v 1 ! 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