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mmlmm VlMIT POINT David G. Wood Dial 725-9467 |Ja mm IIIm mm I D IIm D nle gl CHURCH NEWS AUgUst 21, The Carr of Charleston, the will be visiting the of The Rev. David G. Rippon, Holy Spirit, 3race~ Middleway. breakfasting at St. John's at lunching at Grace Church the 11:45 am. service where For a fair rate on car insurance and claim service you can really count on meeting with the coogrega- rthe three Episcopal Churches. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and by Miss Angle ef Jefferson Village left last g to join Mary, Mark, Rudolph in Ocean City, Md. spent seven fun filled days sunning and swimming and in various tourists attrac- of the highlights of the trip eventful ocean cruise fierce storm. Fortunate-. experienced ship captain was D return to port before serious developed. The adven- family plans to take another but will check with the beforehand. Philip Creamer return- the first of the week from a They spent several Lexington Park, Md visiting at the Patuxent Air Test 'and the rest of the time at Col- Va where John Philip lhem for the weekend is in Ocean Md with Julie and Rick and son Brian who are ~Lqg there. Mrs. Lily Lubin arrived with and son-in-law Mr. and in Va Harpers Ferry, Town, Sbepherdstown, and Va Wednesday they all ,Va with Mrs. of Harpers Ferry. Satur- and Lisa stopped by to see Mrs. Rikki Welsh's new baby and later that evening the Was the guest of Mrs. Lubin at Rail in Charles Town for din- Lubin will be returning to Monday. I0:12 p.m. Tuesday night welcomed ~orld by her parents Mr. and Welsh at the Winchester She weighed in at was inches Inng. Since the heuse filled with many greeters. I first hand she is beautiful the moment seems to tgratulations Mr. Welsh. Mrs. William Hale, Sr. of Tuesday to spend a their son Bill Hale and his Thursday Bill along with his and a friend Den- of Washington, D.C fishing in the Chesapeake home with a catch of Friday was a big day for for she purchased her first 1961 black Cadillac. Con- ,Bill and his Clifford went fmhing in the River and Clif, to surprise, caught 2 bass on e line. One was 15% ins. and the 13~/~ ins. long. That's the way of Leetown was the guest of Mark DelColle on On Monday the DelColle planning to spend the day at Pool. Mrs. James Banner and A GOOD ON YOUR ANOTHER YOUR IRANCE. has ways to save on )insurance. Like higher or custom-tailored Look into it. i!, Agent GOMINICK "Wells" FARGO Washington St. Clmrlas Town, W.Va. Phone: 725-3434 or 725-8338 Nat~wK~e *S On your s,de Mutua! insurance Company Co~umtxJs, Ohio children Shannon, Mariam, and Allen of Atlanta, Georgia stopped by for a visit with their aunt and uncle Mrs. Genevieve Fellers, and Mr. Skinner Poston on Friday. The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club met Thursday even- ing at the home of Mrs. Genevieve Fellers. Mrs. Linda Butch had the devotions and was also the co-hesteas for the meeting. Mrs. Callie Hale presented the program on Zoonotic Diseases which was very informative. We also had two guests Mrs. Hale's mother-in-law Elolse Hale and Mrs. Hileman's mother Lily Lubin. Follow- ing the meeting delicious refreshments were served including strawberry shortcake. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson on Friday were Mrs. Beulah Whtezel of Middleway and her brother Mr. William Armentront of Gambrill, Md. Visiting also at their borne on Sunday were Mr. Wade Whar- ton and his step-daughter Miss Flora Price, and Mrs. Martha Rudolph of Charles Town. Hump and Zem~ie also silent time this week visiting with their new grandson Aaron Blaine Johnson. Miss Heather Wood was the over- night guest Saturday of Miss Marsha Pittinger of Charles Town. Miss Dawn Jackson and Miss Charlene McDermiR of Shannnndale left Saturday for Fenwick island, Del for a weeks vacation. Mrs. Anna Shewbridge of Mar- tinsburg dropped by to see her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee on Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. David Wood, Dawn and Christine Hale spent Satur- day evening at the Shepherdstown Firemans Carnival at Morgan Grove watching the fire works display provid- ed for everyone's entertainment. Mrs. Isabel Druschel hosted the Chapter S. of the P.E.O. on Saturday along with her co-hostess Mrs. Carolyn Hufford. Mrs. Odessa Snyder was the speaker for the meeting and the title of her talk was The Best Is Yet to Be. Mr. Daniel Hileman and Leroy Cheshire were two of the many members of the Ruritan Club who spent time this weekend working the food concession stand at the Jefferson Coun- ty Fairgrounds for the Second annual Eastern Panhandle Championship Rodeo. The Ruritans will also be pro- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAy AUGUST 18 1983 viding food for the County Fair starting Aug. 28, lgB3. Mrs. Wanda McDonald drove to Kings Dominion in Va with her son Michael, Andrew Knott, Michael Chi]ds, Jodie Henry and Christine Hale to spend a fun full day enjoying almost aU the amusement rides int he park. Guests at Monte View, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner this week are their frienda from Radcliff, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Glenden Davis. Overnight guests at the borne of Heather and Dawn Wood this pest week were Jennifer Hillmann, Spring Kopituk of Charles Town, Felicia Powell and Christine Hale. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Vernon of West Sbenstone along with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Renner of Winchester, Va. attended the homecoming at Longdale Methodist Church near Clifton Forge, Va. on Sunday. YOUNG DEMOCRATS MEETING TUESDAY The Jefferson County Young Den-m~ats will meet Tuesday, August 23 at 7:30 p.m. T~e meeting will be held at the court house in Charles Town. All members, interested persons are encouraged to attend as plans will be discussed concerning the weekend of September I0 when fl~e Jefferson Court- ty Young Democrats will be hosting the Greenbrier County Young Democrats, Good coverage, good service - all at a a~odg~uPrice. That's what State Form is for. Carl me for detalll. YOUR GOOD NEIGNIOR RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Ave. Charles Town, W.Va. PHONE: 725-731 I Uke A Oood Ne/l~bor Stetm Ferm II There Large Selection of Parts and Accessories for DATSUN - SUBARU - HONDAS And oil other Import Cars and Trucks Also Complete Machine Shop Service. A Foreign Car Parts House With Reasonable Prices ,;-- 1 ht~~ /V~IN STORE 685 N. Loudoun St. Winchester. Va. 226O1 703/667-7175 800/33&N78 Toll Free HOURS: Man. thru Fri. 11:30 to 5 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. to I P.M. 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