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January 12, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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January 12, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, JANUARY 12.1978 force on the dairy farm owned by Mrs. Charles Hough Smallwood We are glad to report that local residents are improving from the flu attack. Mr. Howard Extension Bush is still not up to par. Mrs. Club will meet Jessie Clipp remains confined to l:30p.m., January her home. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Robert White were supper guests Saturday January 15, Holy night of his brother, Mr. and n will be ad- Mrs. Billy White and family of the local church' Berrville. service which The Rev. Nancy Webb, a.m. with Church Associate U.M. Minister, a.m. brought an inspiring message on B. Hughes en- Sunday to the churches on a family dinner Central Charge. The Rev. day. Those present Joanne Alexander, P.C., ac- Marly and Carol companied by five young girls, three sons, her namely Vicky Pipes, Donna Kaye and Bobby White, Linda Harshman, Teresa Knott and her Williams and Robin Coates, miter, her brother- spent from Tuesday through Mr. and Mrs. Sunday on a religous retreat in and sonJohnny, of Shellesburg, Pa. They were Uncle and aunt, joined by the Rev. Kent Tice, Elmer Ritter, of pastor of the, U.M. Church, d Miss Margaret College Park, Md., and a group and family to dned for January 3. places enroute was which they most charming and They hope to the future for a Town. Her of young people from his church. and sister, Mr. The participants enjoyed a ' J. W. Olcott, wonderful weekend. Were absent due to Lewis Nichois December 26, her Graduation Grandson Texas A. &. M. Lewis Nichols, of Harpers Ferry, has returned home from a visit with his daughters and sons-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Richard D. Hill, of Argyle, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruczko, of Houston, Texas. ITS CLOSE OUT TIME AT ANDREWS WE'RE CLEANING OI.IT OUR COMPLEI"E INVENTI:)RY AT CLOSEOUT PRIt'.ES Here's y0gr NOW! chance to really clean up on some great buys! SCORES OF OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTEDI HURRY FOR BEST SELECTION! LOADERS HOES BEDROOMS " " MIRRORS "+ 20% MATTRESSES- , 25 % Off to BOX SPRINGS 40% o. / i i i NOW -- $ "ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE From .s FIRST COME FIRST SERVED S furniture Berkeley Plaza Shopping Center USE OUR REVOLVING CREDIT PLAN EASY MONTHLY TERMS 35 hp to 120 hp i TRACTORS QTARY MOWERS I)ISC HARROWS :ii FARM MACHINERY patronage. SHOP DAI,Yg:30-9 ' EASYMONT,LY WICKER ' BEDDING SUNDAY I-4 " TERMS ' GROUPS FINANCING AVAILABLE " BANKAMERICARD '  :  15 % o. USE YOUR I : : .-" .-",_: , 20% o, OR MASTER CHARGE I DELIVERY A VAILABLE pply,Farm Machinenj, Inc. NG THE AFFORDABLE LINE McDonald and On Saturday, December I0, he ..... KIP-- - attended the graduate of his ofYMa; grandson, Lewis Daniel Hill, LIVING ROOMS recent visitors of Texas A. & M University, and :. LAMPS DINETTES 15 %,0 ster ..:^ also commissioning exercises, in , Mrs. M,LJc which he was Commissioned s. Dallas Alkir- Second Lieutenant, United i Were overnigh; States Air Force, at College 2 5 /O off 1 5 /O Off ' With relatives in Station, Texas. : ' 50 % Off . From Saturda,, There were 1175 graduates of lay, they visitel the Texas A. & M. University I I BUckhannon W class..  " ' " On Monday, December 12, , P UII111113 S ] ve from Silver Lewis celebrated his 60th an- : SLEEP SOFAS ICTURES ined the working niversary as a volunteer in the U.S. Army, Signal Corps 1917, You know that Andrews z. r.mut, ROOM ir. i fWirtherrlynkfDeaCrkpeer;fe?rty!tn'christmas was spent with the has always offered the i., 200/o 0 250/o 20 % o. 1 IL'w Hill family and tbeir friends, best dollar values on a | Church services were at- wide, "'"selectint maintainf thatfine | 40% o. r e--r'J" tended and one church over 100 years old had been moved three |,jTjimj= times andhad handmade pews, home furnishings and we 50 % off which are being preserved for ;n,.,, , use in the new church. , , ,4'/ He also attended the Denton policy. , Recently our | OCCASIONAL Lions Club and was presented p the official pin of the1978 Tokyo lease on the bu,ld,ng we | R LINER CARD TABLES Convention of Texas. v TABLES Thelast week in December he occupy at Berkeley : 15% 0 &CHAIRS [11,'!" was with his daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plaza was awarded to | 1 5 /Oo Ruczko in Houston. On January 2, his birthday, he celebrated at another company/ and | 20% off 'Ul'l.ilmlVl t  a French restaurant, and was '"'---_ I.A,EM|NT presented withacakewithtbeusual .... Happy Birthday being we must vacate, very : 25 % on 50 % off ,R.ANT, El 'sTgtYwth:itwre2Sens'the low soon. We've cut prices to m: ; . - DEN LttiY ' 30's in the morning, butwarmed an all tnme low on all N r,.. =..tARE CO. i years.:said it was the coldest in 80 floor samples and, PLANTS -..,n.g. ,Upon leaving Houston last existing stock. Putting -' CABINETS GROUPS --'''[Tuesday it was 29degrees. the "Mov,ng. Dollars" in : 15 0o 25 % o, A NEW YEAR your pocket ,s our way of : saying "THANK YOU" =. 25 % o. 25 % ,, IIEW LINE OF for your past z.