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September 22, 1988

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8 CHES TN U T HILL Tonight, Thursday, September 22, at 7 p.m., the Blue Ridge Mountain Ladies Auxiliary will hold a skating party at the Purcellville, Va., skating rink. Happy birthday wishes go to Jada Hetzell whose tenth birthday was Mon- day, September 19, and celebrated Sunday with a party given by her parents, Jeff and Sharon Hetzell, and brother, Buck, held at their grand- parent's home, George and Sed Talton. Those who helped celebrate were Roxanne Talton, Dennis and Cin- dy Crawford and Denny, Malcoma Talton and Madalie Waters. Jada received many nice gifts. Jeff Hetzell had breakfast Sunday with his mother-in-law, Sed Talton. Madalie Waters spent Saturday night with her friend, Jada Hetzell. bi-nner guests Sunday with George and Sed Talton and Roxanne, were Dennis and Cindy Crawford and Den- ny, Buck and Jada Hetzell, Malcoma Talton and Madalie Waters. Elaine Grove had lunch Saturday with her aunt, Thelma Pearl, Charles Town. Jerry Grove and Jeff and Donna Grove were visitors Sunday with Tom and Rose Thomas and Mandy. Heartfelt sympathy and prayers are extended to the family and friends of Janet Long. The Youth Center at Chestnut Hill is now open Friday and Saturday nights, 7 till 10 p.m. For more information contact 725-9174. FOOD PANTRY Food Pantry Sunday is September 25, volunteers are needed to helD. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1988 Monday, September 12, Ethel Lan- caster was surprised with a birthday dinner given by her family. Those who helped her celebrate the special occa- sion were her husband, Calvin Lan- caster, Diane Gay and Tina, Essie Lancaster, Patricia Piper, Joan Rollison, Trevor and Bridgett, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and Carlton, Cindy Turner, Candy and Thea, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Utterback and Samantha. Ethel received many nice gifts. John and Josephine Mercer and Lucille Jackson enjoyed lunch Tues- day with Mrs. Essie Lancaster, Ethel Lancaster and Diane Gay. Tina Gay and Karen Staubs enjoyed Friday evening at the Chestnut Hill Youth Center. Saturday, Mrs. Essie Lancaster, Calvin Lancaster and Tina Gay at- tended the Longerbeam family reu- nion held at the Blue Ridge Recreation Center.. Kim Piper spent Sunday with her cousin, Tina G'y Saturday, the ron of the late Edgar and Elsie Cook, Was held at the home of Wayne and Aretta Cook, Mike and Ray, and was well attended. Happy birthday wishes go to Bill Howell, who celebrated his birthday Sunday, September 18, and Kenny Longerbeam, Wednesdays September 21. Beulah Smallwood, Berryville, Va., spent Saturday night with Cliff and Judy Wilson, Jason and Beth. Mac Nick and Wesley and Beulah Smallwood had lunch Sunday with Judy Wilson and Beth. Visitors Sunday with Marshall and Gayla Grove were Danny Everhart, Dearl Grove, Gerald and Ann Grove, Paul and Ginger Grove and P.J., Hilda Piper, Beatrice Everhart, Blaine and Rose Grove and Jerry and Patsy Everhart. Charles and Garey Everhart, Dargan, Md., were visitors Tuesday with Jerry and Patsy Everhart and Jeri. Weekend visitors with Louise Howell were Roger and Dawn Howell, Jeff and Missy Howell and Peg Nick. Gregory Howell spent the weekend with his grandparents, Bill and Petrina Howell and his father, Jeff. Shirley Kline, Frederick, Md., spent Saturday night with Paul and Carolyn Cogle, Paul and Jeff. Dolores Kline and Rose Carroll, Frederick, Md., were visitors Sunday Patsy E Dial with Paul and Jeff. Dinner guests Genevieve Grove were Daniel, Donna Everhart Louise Howell, Patsy Staubs and Brett, Anna tionette Everhart. homemade apple Visitors over Leona Staubs were Ellen Cole, Ranson and Gloria Seal, Rose Grove, Kevin and Lynn Cogle were Ethel Breeden, Mary Staubs was a with her mother, Mary Holly, Pa. Paul Cogle and Jeri shoppers Friday in v L , , s J o Fall into the savings habit at Shenandoah Federal Savings Bank With a broad range of options and daily interest compounding, watch your savings grow. To insure the most productive yield, save at Shenandoah Federal today and reap a bountiful harvest Shenandoah Federal Martinsburg, WV 263-8901 Charles Town, WV 725-8418 Berkeley Springs, WV 258-4343 -dI= , =.,..,,...., ,= CIRRUS :'.it,