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i At Shenandoah Downs On ,,o ...... Wayside GardenChb ly l Meets Fdh Mrs. Widmyer The Wayside Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Leo Widmyer for it's regu, lar monthly meeting, Tuesday, A~ugust 23. The meeting was opened by the ~ice~president, Mrs. Roscoe Payne reading a poem from the West Virginia Garden News. The min- utes of the previous meeting were read affd approved. The treas- urer's report was given. A Committee report on plans for the Jefferson County Fair flower show was given. The flow- er show schedule was read to the members and plans were made to send it to other Jefferson County Garden Clubs. After the business meeting ad- journed, Mrs. Richard Adams gave a summary of the book en- ti,tled, "Growing for Showing." Mrs James Ma~on, III, Served as judge with Mrs. G. H. Snyder and Mrs. t~lmer Wageley serving as junior judges. The flower show practice, "California Gold Rush" e~hibi.ted by Mrs. Leo Wid- myer, Mrs. William Harner and l~rs. William Anders received a red ribbon. Ribbons for the gen- eral arrangement were won by Mrs. Vivan BuSh, yellow and Mrs. Richard Adams, white. The~ 1936 Graduating Class of Charles Town High School, held a reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr on Aug. 27. Twenty persons out of the cla~ of thirty nine were present. Pictured from left to right are: First row, Mrs. Dorothy Furr, Mrs, Virginia Widmyer. Mrs. Mary Mays, Mrs. Helen Kelican, Mr. Forrest McCarty, 2nd. row, Mrs. Sara B urr Cassell, Miss Mary K. Whittington, Mrs. Louise In the hovticulCure division the Pine, Mrs. Georgianna Pumphrey, Mr. Gunnell Porterfield. 3rd. row, Mr. Clark Furr, Mr. Robert following members received rib- McGary, Mrs. Kathleen Deering, Mrs. Naomi Jones, Mr. William Leh~nan, 4th. row, Mr. William boris: Blue--Mary Adams, Dot Coyle, Mr. Clay McCormick, Mr. Robert Chapman and Mr. James Tabb. Mr. William League not pictur- B u s h, Phoebe Payne, Mary White, Katherine Woodford; Red ed. --Do~ Bush, Phoebe Payne. Th.e hostess served delicious re- - SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON-FARME-RS ADvOcA PI: THURSDAY, SEPTDMBER 1, 1966 4. RS] Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate .A THOUGHT TO REMEIIB ~an(a. an( L. all Astronaut John Glen~memher~ and honoretey?~ of our first astronuats. He should be remembered and hon~L~, a a second reason as well--the second rea~Rann plied him with his courage in our pioneer days of space co an re~rage..~,..., in Our pionc~er days of space co~?an What is that second 8, a In his T. V. press c~is orbital flight,~' a like a water faucet w~s w .v ..,~-~ V.~les, His statement is worth remembering. Any clergyman will never too late to turn to religion, even in times of turmoil But, have you ever noticed those who have happy, day smiles are usually those who adhere to their beliefs day living?. Some call it prayer in time. Because time never stands worth remembering that in any one's life time, it is never CHARLES J. W. SMITH -- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA freshments. The September meeting will be SURE THING AT SHENANDOAH -- Athur Konyot and held ~t the home of Mrs. Vivan Bush. his trick Lipizzan stallion, nVersano - Erga, are certain to be favorites with the fans at Shenandoah Downs on Labor Day. The noted trainer will put the white stallion through his R0nnie 7 paces between halves of racing doubleheader at the night Charles Town. Konyot is well known as the trainer Chairma Link track in of Arthur:G0dfrey' beloved "Goldie," and has shown his Lipizzan hiprses at shows all over the country. Post times for Reunion ,,n " ";zat;011 the twin biii are 2 and 7 p .m. Ronnie Evan~ was elected the Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate be To:The Spirit-Advocate oS@ IN CHARLES TOWN Loads of Loafers or Lace styles for Men and Young Men. TO Boys Shoes fi, om 3t/ to 6 .... $4.99 to $8.99 "P-F'"AI!d Converse Gym SHOES Two well kno n brands in prac- tically style or price range, :$S Loafers, La es and Str ps for Misses & Ladies. 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