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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1978 STARTING 1 SATURDAY SUIT CLUB STARTING SATURDAY JANUARY 2 1 Beverly Imbach, Richard Shepp Bread & Puppet In Shenandoah Junction TO Present Show y b best man for the groom era H te d Op ouse Jan. 31 of RL. 4, Hillcrest Heights, I A reception followed the became the bride of Mr. Richard ceremony at the home of the I The first touring company to Ewing Shepp, of Rt. 6, Mar- I bride s parents, play the Old Opera House in over tinsburg, on December 17 at 2 The bride is a graduate of 40 years will be the Bread and .p.m. in Williams Memorial, Shepherd College and is era- Puppet Theater from Glover, Methodist Church, Shenandoah ployed as a dental assistant fo" Vermont. Junction. Dr. Paul Gruver, J. Lee Horton, Jr., D.D.S. The company, along with the assisted by the pastor, Rev. Word of Mouth Chorus, will Royce Chancy, officiated for the The groom is a graduate of perform Ave Marls Stella" by ceremony. Potomac State College and JosquindesPres ina style never The bride is the daughter of Carnegie Mellon University. He before seen in this area through Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Por- is owner and operator of the the utilization of giant puppets terfield, Flowing Spring Road. MartinsburgWaterConditionlng created by the founder and The groom is the son of Mr. Company. The couple are director of the company, Peter and Mrs. William Lee Shepp, of Keyser. Given in marriage by her three sons, Chris, Joe and Andy, the bride was attended by her sister, Miss Karen S. Por- terfield, as maid of honor. temporarily residing in Hillcrest Heights. Out-of-town guests attended the wedding from Norfolk, Va., and Keyser. A rehearsal party was given 'on the eve of the wedding by Schumann. "We sometimes give you a piece of bread along with the puppet show because bread and theatre belong together", says Schumann. "For a long time the theatre arts have been PERSONAL fl !HON|" 725-2046 or 725-2047 :SrS:;eY theaP(rty'  Gcrhth;hratar;tao?egecnis::: Friae;dsohiwPegnisftjraSWnby Mrs receiving hats, suckers and Mrs. Jerry Smith was awarded a The next meeting will he balloons. On Saturday, Tina also blue; Mrs Richard Paul a red;' February 7 at Grace Reformed had a party at home. Mrs Stanley Dunn, Jr., a yellow, Church in Kearneysville at 10 Visiting with their mother, Mrs. Charles Peer, on Christmas day were her sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer and Gene and grandson Chad, of Silver Spring, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. David Peer and Chuck, of Harpers Ferry; and honorable mentions went to Mrs. John Goulding and Miss Linnie Schley. The arrangements were given to the following shut-ins for Christ- mas: Mrs. Armistead S. Lucas, Mrs. Marian Meyers, Mrs. J. H. a.m., a macrame pocket book workshop, with covered dish luncheon at noon, and a business meeting in the afternoon. $491,000 Allocated Mr. Glenn Welsh served as Mrs. Paul Graver. First 1978 Winners Weekly Bridge Play The new year's first weekly duplicate bridge game produced four master point winning pairs last Wednesday night at the Charles Town Civic Center. .,Dwell movement was used and overall winners were: Vicky Dinneen-James Thomas, first: Sandy Goodrich-Craig Dodson, second; Peggy Lacy-Ginny Allen, third; and Evamae PoD- David Lee, fourth. John Allen is the Certified Director and the game is played at 7:45 p.m. every Wednesday. PAYS $40 MILLION CHICAGO -- General Motors said that it has agreed to pay a total of up to $40 million to more than 100,000 owners of 1977 Oldsmobiles, Pontiacs and Buicks in which GM substituted Chevrolet engines. Ladies! Have You Heard? Is Having Their Semi-Annual Sale Just For You All Fall And Winter Merchandise THE MIRROR BOUTIQUE Where You flare No Parking Worries Baker Heights, Martinsburg, W.Va. Hours: M-Th.-Fri. I0 a.m. - 9 p.m. T-W-Sat. I0 a.m.- 5 p.m. T. W. 6 - 9 p.m. by Appointment in [ DROP rt's Wlglm00IT W00,.00'00IlglW I'OU GL'00 1004gg GIIYTS From January thrJMarch, Weight Watchers Members will receive gifts that will help you to BE PREPARED, DO YOUR LEVEL BEST, KEEP TRACK, MARK YOUR PLACE, FIND YOUR KEY TO SUCCESS, AND MEND YOUR WAYS. You get the gifts- and you get more. You get our six million hours of classroom experience worldwide. For fifteen years, we've been teaching people how to control their weight. Today's Weight Watchers Program teaches you to enjoy foods you never thought you could eat and still lose weight. So drop everything. Join Weight Watchers today and celebrate with us. g weight never  tasted so good. WJJ  The Authority. CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. Zion Episcopal Church Parish House E. Washington Strict - Tues. 7:30 p.m. CALL TODAY 725- 2694 Offer Good Only in Area #17 "tGHT WATCHERS" ANOOARE REG STEREO TRADEMARKS OF WEIGHT WAI'CHERS INTIRNATtONAi,. INC,. MANHA,T. N.Y. cWEtGHT WATCHERS INTERNATIO01AL, 10)1) separated from the stomach. Theatre was entertainment. Entertainment was meant for the skin. Bread was meant for the stomach. The old rites of baking, eating, and offering bread were forgotten. We would like you to take your shoos off when you come to our puppet show or we would like to bless ou with the fiddle bow. The bread shall remind you of the sacrament of eating". Bread and Puppet will per- form one evening only, January 31, at 8 p.m. at the Old Opera House in Cahrles Town. All tickets will be reserved and limited to 294, so it is suggested that reservations be made early to assure seating. The Old Opera House is pleased to announce that tickets will he only $2.50 each as funding from the W. Va. Arts and Humanities Council has been granted to assist in the cost of bringing the troupe to Charles Town. Members will be given a 10 percent discount on tickets to this special event. Tickets may he picked up from 9 to 5 p.m. Moay through ?,:ya?e ?pe:a youse:__ PERSONALS .............. ,:-7-- Holiday.visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and family were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fay, New Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott, Kensington, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott, Man- nings; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lancaster. Recent visitors at the home of Anna Lee Pearrell, Harpers Ferry, were Mr. James Pierson, Charles Town; Mrs. Anna Nick and daughter Mary, Chestnut Hill, and Miss Edna Jackson Fritts' Apartments, Charles Town. CELEBRATES 8TH BIRTHDAY On Saturday January 7, Miss Tina Russell celebrated her 8th birthday. On Friday, her grandmother Mary Russell, had a birthday party at the Wright Denny School, with all of the children in Tina's 2nd grade Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peer and daughter Cindi, of Columbus, Ohio. They all enjoyed a country ham and turkey dinner. "On Wednesday thru Saturday, her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Swartz of Lancaster, Pa., visited with her. On New Year's day, her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hall and two daughters, Melody and Beth Ann, of Falls Church, Va., visited Mrs. Peer. PARENTS OF TWIN DAUGHTERS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vincent Cepelka, of Charles Town, are receiving congratulations on the arrival of twin daughters. The infants have been named Tara Lynn and Kara Lea Cepelka. Mr. and Mrs. Cepelka have a three year old son, Christopher Stefan. , Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Mrs. Nellie Oden and Mrs. Pauline Ott were visitors with their brother Quinton Ott, Mannings, on Sunday. Potomac Garden Club Had Chr00tm00 Party At Hafer Home The Potomac Garden Club held their December meeting and Christmas party at the decorated home of Mrs. James Haler on December 14. Mrs. James Haler and Mrs. H. H. Jennings were the hostesses and served a Christmas assortment of cookies, cakes, candies and nuts. The members enjoyed a friendly get together before the President Mrs. Jerry Hackman called a short meeting to order. Mrs. Jerry Smith and Mrs. Jerry Hackman, co-chairmen of the club's greens and bake sale advised the sale was a big success and thanked all mem- hers for their help. The club decided to make the greens sale an annual event. The next greens saie will be scheduled for SatuMay, December 9, 1978. At the Hagerstown flower show held last fall, Miss Mary Everhart and Mrs. Paul Miller, Jr., received many awards. Winter Clearance Sale Women shoes. Dress and Casual Airstep Footwodm - Regubdy priced from 19.95 to 28.q5 - Sale Pdced from - $23.95 Regular price Now sale Priced at $1 3.00 Lifeddde - Dress Shoes regulady Priced at $29.95. Now reduced 20 % Sale Price $23.95 Fashion Beets - From $27.95 to $55.95 all Reduced 20% With lets of Winter Weather still ahead of Now is the right time to Buy Your Winter Shoe needs, at a Bargain Price. Hq, Shoe Center 6  237 W. Washington St. PHONE: 725- 7776 Charles Town, W. Va. Price, Miss Virginia White and Mrs. Paul Miller, Sr. The next meeting will be held on January 18, at 1:30p.m. at the Miller residence. The speaker will be Mrs. John D. Miller and the subject will he Forcing Bulbs. DougiePerks To AccompanyStudents On Travel Program Mr. P. Dougie Perks, a teacher at Charles Town Junior High School, has been appointed by the American Institute for Foreign Study 'AIFS' to ac- company a group of students on an educational travel program abroad. On "Shakespeare and the Scots", students will travel to such cities as London, Stratford, Oxford, Edinburgh, and St. Andrews during their Spring vacation. Inthe evening, they will enjoy theater performances in London and at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford. Mr. Perks has noted that there are places available in the group and interested students or their parents are invited to contact Mr. P. D. Perks, Rt. , Box 89B, Shepherdstown, W. Va., for further information. JeffersonHomemakers Meet WithMrs, Stuq[is The Jefferson Extension Homemakers Club met on January 3 at the home of Mrs. Salome Sturgis, with Mrs. Norval Johnston as co-hostess. There were ten members and one guest present. Mrs. Alvin Russell becane a new member of the club. Mrs. Paul Holden, president, opened the meeting with the pledge to the Flag. Mrs. Lester Viands led the devotions, using a reading, "The Woman's Story". A very interesting and in- formative lesson, "Energy Users and You", was given by Mrs. Harris Tomlin. After an informal discussion by mere- hers, leaflets were distributed on "How To Save Hot Water and Electricity", "Energy ,Management a Family Affair", and "What Uses Watt in Your Home". The Cultural Arts Committee had two book reports by Mrs. Paul Holden and Mrs. Grady Owens, Jr. The Citizenship Committee was given $25.00 for the club's international project to be sent to Barbara Rudder in Guatemala. *The Health Safety Committee announced the sponsoring of the Bloodmobile in February, by the Jefferson County Extension Homemakers. On January 24, there will be a workshop on Cathedral Window patchwork quilting, and a County Council meeting at 10:30 p.m., at the Community Center in Bardane. A buffet luncheon was served by the hostesses, followed by a social period, during which the C.W. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. 725-5212 NOW fin SATURDAY "ROLLER COASTER" Wk DAYS 7.9 SATU.DaY 2.7. SUNDAY thra WEDNESDAY "EXORCIST II - , THE HERETIC" t INOAY 2.7. q W. Va. For Historic Preservation Work Secretary of the Interior Cecil D. Andrus that he has allocated for fiscal year 1978 more than $41.5 million for historic preservation grants-in-aid to states, territories, the District of Columbia and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The allocations represent a major increase from fiscal year 1977 allocations of nearly $16.5 million. Of this amount $491,000.00 has been apportioned for use in historic preservation work in West Virginia. "America has a rich heritage of historical, architectural and archeological landmarks", said Andrus. "These grants will further help the states and communities to consolidate their historic preservation efforts with progressive plans for development". Andrus said the grants will he used for comprehensive historic preservation surveys and planning as well as public and private projects to acquire, restore or otherwise preserve properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The register is America's official protective inventory of cultural properties deemed worthy of preservation for their local, state or national significance. The funds available to the states will assist them in acquiring or preserving an estimated 2,500 sites, buildings, structures, districts and objects and to identify thousands more thay may merit inclusion in the National Register and protection of them through a variety of means. UMW Shenandoah Me00od00t Charge To Hdd Obsemnce The U.M. Women of Shenandoah Junction Charge will hold one of their most im- portant annual observances -- "The Call to Prayer and Self- Denial". The program will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 15, at Uvilla UAI. Church, located on the Halltown Road. Major events of the ob-rehearsal on servance include the Quiet Day January 18, at 7:30 and description of the mission Following the trs projects for which a special has led to public P offering is given. Each woman of Brahms' ' who takes part is asked to give Hayden's ,,cre for others by denying herself and Ringwald's "Song of, to pray. We invite you to join and Mozart's "lq with us for this special event. Shepherd College Chorale will bel Heart Association preparation for a presentation in tl Op chestra on the col ens"Heartline" area and a col April 16. For Public Use Masterworks c to all interested CHARLESTON -- What is a area without heart attack? How can you avoid without fee. The a heart attack? What is the edit: )no Lhe danger of high blood pressure? and can be How can you make a Heart Fund college bookstore. memorial gift? Auditions for solar These are just a few of the questions that you'll be able to receive answers for as the American Heart Association, W. Va. Mfiliate announces a new service available to all West Virginians. The service will he called the 'Heartline'. West Virginians will be able to phone the state office of the Heart Association from anywhere in the state free of charge if they use the toll free number, 1-800-642-9109. Questions about the Association's research, com- munity programs, fund-raising activities and professional and public education will especially he welcomed. The line will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Master, arks Chorale Begins fifth Season Handel's "Messiah", parts II and lII, will sound in McMurran Hall on the Shepherd College campus when area and college singers gather for their initial held in February open to members Times and announced at Schedule The schedule weeks Christian Coffee at 200 N. Town, will be Each Monday Bible study. Each 7:30 p.m. - special programs January 14, l Funkhouser, from Charles sharing their January 21, from Hagersto January 28, progressive from Westminster, sharing with song. February 4, Spirit, a con en [group from C Ibe sharing with song. BETTY Januaff For Mid.Term BETTY LOU'I TAP.. (Only two openings available at TOT ClX00..3 to 6 JR. TEEN...7 to 13 BETTY LOU THREE OAKS HARPERS FERRY, WEST Vk (Classes limited...call now.. phone directory: Betty Lou HAPPY NEW 50% On All Cards, Wra Paper 25 % Off On All Box Except Valentine SCOTT & WH Charles Town Pharmacy SUPER SERVICE 125 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.V. PHARMACIES NEWL Y R D