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January 12, 1978

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SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 17 THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1978 / THOMASSEN FORD HAS YOUR TRUCK 1978 FORD F 150 HEAVY-DUTY I/2 TON PICKUPS NOW IN STOCK! F100's, F150's F250's AND COURIERS RUNS ON REGULAR G ASI WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK -- READY TO ROLLI ECONOLINES CLUB WAGONS QNEW and USED We now have a good selection of u4md trucks THOMASSEN 100 S. West St. Charles Town, W.Va. See: Dave Cooper, Wayne Statler, Chuck McKenzle, Woody Griffith, Joe Sutton, Daniel Peck PHONE: 725-7031 OPEN: 9 a.m.- 9 p.m, WEEKDAYS application of the most modern tools, procedures and equipment can make one proud to live in this area and know one has dedicated, professionally trained volunteers to render these very necessary life-saving i techniques and services. January8 Although other units later arrived on the scene and, W. Va. assisted in the extraction of the injured victim, I am in no way to express my taking anything away from the Blue Ridge these other highly, dedicated, Unit qualified and professional of thei volunteers for their much needed serwces, I am just ex-i January 8, pressing my appreciation to all: 10:10 a.m., an these dedicated volunteers. on Chestnut Sincerely, Route 32, ap- Harry Biller, Jr. between L-CC: "Y:C: 9, south .... LEETOW?q Blue m the scene and ls. Ruth Locke On Saturday, Mrs. Bertha ions and e Albert, who has been living in in the use and he Nicely house now owned by FRYERS 45' Lb. Marion Blue for 10 years, moved to the bungalow on the Dick Swartz farm. Her neighbors will miss her. Mr and Mrs. Dick Swartz are ill with the flu. Ladies of the Leetewn U.M. Church Sunday School will serve lunch at the Potter Sale at Tabler Station on Saturday, Jan. 14. Donna and Pare Clendening, Charles Town, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Demory and Kim. -Mrs. Warren Coilis is the new Superintendent in the Leetown U.M. Church Sunday School. Bates Watson retired effective the last Sunday in December. Acting Director, Nell Randell and his leading lady, Miss Dottle Perks, of Harpers Ferry, hosted a New Year's spagheRi dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks, Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dilley, Shepherd- stewn; Mr. and Mrs. Winston Dilley, Mr. Clifford Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ott, Inwood; Kirk, Timmy and Jeff Randeli and Mr. Randell's two brothers 160 200 Lb Ave from Bosten, Mass.  " " 7 The older people in the community were saddened by {00ut & Wrapped Free the death of Charley Nicewarner  of Martinsburg. Charley lived in Leetown with " White Super Market his parents, brothers and sisters |S" relatives in the county On some years ago, and has  ,, Thursday night Ernest Slusher, Town, W. Va. Bates Watson, Mrs. F. P. Owens ,mL. ml and Mrs. J. S. Locke were at the '.*' PIZ" U4' a,, ii IlllBrown Funeral Home to see #P I " l'--'q-.. |[friends and relatives of Mr. I Nicewarner. c ' . ih For A Friend Or Relative? Why Not A Subscription The SPIRIT of JEFFERSON-ADVOCATE , ,er '7" Plus 23  tax in W.V To: State Zip ...... F1"om Will Mail The Person A Card. 277 Students. At Jeffemn High On Honor Roll Jefferson High School has released its honor roll for the second six weeks grading period and a total of 277 students are listed as having made a scholastic average of "B" or better for the period. The junior class led the list with 101 students, while there were 92 sophomores and 84 seniors. The list by classes follows: SENIORS Tammy Ballenger, Becky Blackford, Louise Blue, Joe Bouchelle, Todd Brady, Tresa Brady, Lashan Busey, Cynthia Bussey, Marcia Carper, Clyde Cook, Kevin Coulter, Greg Crawford, Patricia Cronin, Carol Didden,/Michael Duncan, Cathy Fitzpatrick, Victoria Glassford, Gary Good, TerreLl Gracey. William Grantham, Kim Gruber, Karen Hammann, Cathy Hanak, Betty Hattie, Debra Hawk, Polly Hendricks, Richard Hicks, Nadia Hill, Ellen Hilton, Mike Hitt, Roberta Hosby, Sharon Hough, Martha Hunt, Karen Jackson, Dennis Jenkins, Sandra Jenkins, Robin Johnson, David Josephs, Paul Kemp, Lori Kerfoot, Lisa Kerns, Therese Kessel, Ronnie Kid- wiler, Stephanie Kopech, James Lanham, Cindy Longerbeam, Robin Longerbeam, John Scott Lee, Stephanie Lee, Diana Sue Markle, Kimberly Mason, Kim McDowell. Andrew" Meyers, Warren Miller, Luther Mumaw, Kevin Muse, Cindy Nicewarner, Gina Nail, Jennie Propps, Amy Propst, Cyndi Reese, Cullen Rinaldi, Carl Roberts, Cindy Robinson, Paula Robinson, Karen Shumate, Katherine Smith, Kenny Stauhs, Cindy Stowers, Deanna Stroupe, Karen Sturges, Ed Swartz, Howard Tabb, Kym Thatcher, Wendy Vaughn, Susan Vitez, Todd Walker, William Walls, Bey Watson, Harold Waxman, Debra Wealdey, Velva White, William Willingham, Patricia Wilt. JUNIORS James Borrat, Eric Bates, Michael Boyd, Charles Boyle, Kimherly Burch, Robin Burch, Robert Burwell, Karen Cameron, Karen CarrY, Carolyn Coyle, John Creamer, Misty Davidson, Scott Dennison, Thomas DePalo, David Diehl, Laura Dunn, Barbara Erickson, Gina Fargo, David Franklin, Julia Gradner, Ralph Gillwald, Paul Glover, Margaret Gracey, Ronnie Hand, Pare Harding, Tommy Harner, John Hen- dricks, Tammy Henry, Charles Herbaugh, Mrilyn Hook, Judy Hough, Kim Hough, Kenny Honsden, Helene Hubbard, Carl Jackson, Karen Jackson, Debbie Jamison, Kim Jenkins. Joseph Jurek Pat Kain, Jackie Kammerdiener, Kevin Kerns, Sue Kidwiler, Sarah Kline, Sherry Ledford, Laurence Lloyd, Marian Lloyd, Mary Jane Martin, Nelson Martinez, IS, Kenneth McDonald Completes Leadershil School At Robins AFB S-SGT. KENNETH MCDONALD WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- Staff Sergeant Kenneth S. McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. McDonald, of Rt. 2, Charles Town, has graduated from the Air Froce Logistics Command Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School at Robins AFB, Ga The sergeant, who was trained in military management and , i supervision, is a legal technician i at Patrick AFB, Fla. Sergeant McDonald is a 1968 graduate of Martinsburg Senior High School. His wife Judith, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Keller, of 583 Rock Cliff Drive, Martinsburg. Cynthia Mason, Charlotte McDaniel, Lora McKenzie, Blanc Meadows, Stephanie Mickey, Jenny Miller, Lynn Miller, Tina Miller, David Minor, J. T. Moore, Doug Morris, Tim Mumaw, Colleen Murray, Michael Nicewarner, Robbie Nicewarner, James Nichols, Kathy Nick, Lisa Oden, Teresa Palumbo, Peter Perks, Julie Perry. Stephanie Pierson, Lisa Pittinger, Stacey Psillas, James Rhodes, Joseph Richards, Leslie Rideoutt, Andrew Schwartz, Christine Shumaker, Barbara Sims, Deborah Sine, Sheila Singhas, &lisa Smallwood, Kim Snyder, Sandy Spurgas, Mike Stoneth, Jill Sowers, Robin Staubs, Timmy Staubs, Alien Sullivan, Anne Tennant, Connie Underwood, Charlote Vickers, Scott Walker, Sheila Washington, Lynne Weigel, Roseanne Willingham, Carolyn Winston, Thomas Woodford, Tony Woods, Tim yates, John Young. SOPHOMORES Deborah Alkire, Mildred Andrews, Pamela Ault, Harry Barker, Mry Barker, Kim Boll, Rhonda Benjamin, Sharon Benner, Tian Busey, Wendy Carnes, Michele Chartrand, Wilbur Cockerville, David Cummings, Jennifer D'Angelo, Steve Dopson, Lisa Downing, Paul Espinosa, Donald Feltner,' Greg Flowers, Molly Fluke, Forrest Fraley, Dwayne Frazier, Vicki Freeman, Joseph French, Dwayne Geary, Julia Gore, Robin Gray, Nioga Grim, Jeff Grove, Andrew Hamrick, Cindy Hubbard, Regina Jacobs, Keron James, Karin Jimrnsti, William Johnston, Nellie Mac Kemp, Sandra Lain, Shari Lancaster, Barbara Lane, Hilary Lee, Tanda Lee, Rhonda Link, Todd Magaha, John Mahoney, Jerry Mauck, Robin May. presented II books in memory d Dr. John E. Knipe, who was a professor at Shepherd College. i A subscription to the Southern i Living Magazine was given by a friend of the library. The paperback section is always filled with donations. Anyone can take these without a card and return them when finished. A new book by Gladys Hastings Carroll, Unless You Die Young, full of love and brimming with life, speaks for the rich and invaluable ex- perience gained through every day living. If this novel is ap- pealing, the author has several: others, the best known As the[ Earth Turns, which has been translated into 15 languages. If it is the Gothif atmosphere you want, read Castle Heritage by Elizabeth Barr. The author grew up in the Welsh mountains where she still returns to work out the plots to her many novels. You say you can't raise plants anywhere, Jack Kramer has a new book Easy Plants For Difficult Places to prove that /ou can. Southern history is enriched )y a biography Jefferson Davis, by Eaton, as the story of his life is inseparable from the story of the Old South. LEETOWN HOMEMAKERS TO MEET JAN. 18 Leetown Extension Homemakers Club will meet Wednesday, January 18, at 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Glenn Quinn, Tuscawilla Hills. Bring material to quilt. Connie McConnell, Satish Menov, Kenneth Mercer, EVERMAN HOUSE Matthew Meyers, Julanne  103 S. LAWRENCE ST. Miller, Glenn Moreland, Deborah Myers, Laura Neal, j CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 Karen Nicodemus, Vickie!  PHONE (304) 725-2198 Painter, Mary Jo Parker, Nora Sue Phillips, Vickie Pifer, Wanda Pifer, Suzi Reese, John ,..zr SALE Rhinaman, Laurie Ross, Mark Rudolph, Donald Ruffrano, ALL CREWEL KITS Brian Sager, Paul Shackleford, Pat Schuler, Barry Slifer, Cheri Small, MarySmall, CarolSmith, "25 % OFF Karen Stamey, Ynita Stickell, Timothy Stride, Alice Stunkle, Donna Spunich, SteveThomp- EMBROIDERY FLOSS son, Sandra Twyman, Carol Umscheid, Cinty Utterback, Mona Van Camp, Pieter Van Tol, Charles Viands, Phyllis Vitey, Beverly Walker, Kelly Walker, Kelly Weese, Connie White," Debbie White, Terry Whittington, Kevin Wilson. 1977 WasGood Year For Old Charles, Town Ubmq; m Added The Old Charles Town Library had a good 1977 as 15,681 more books circulated than in 1976. The general public seems to be aware that having a library with approximately 25,000 volumes can definitely he an advantage to Charles Town and to Jefferson County. Many new borrowers were registered -- some who have lived in the county for years and others who have just moved here Almost 3,000 books were added to the collection, both by purchase and giN. The library is open Monday, Wed- nesday, Thursday, and Satur- day, from 1 to 5 p.m.; on tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and -Friday, I to 7 p.m. The John E. Knipe family Reg. 19' NOW 15' ,i i i , i I i i i PLEASANT VIEW MEMORY GARDENS, Inc. InMemory of Those Loved Ones You Have Entrusted To Our Core DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1977 Curtis H. Weeks. Clifford Cole Frank Pierantozzi, Sr. George M. Popkins Hallie M. Cavendish Clifford Starliper Our help in the name of the Lord, who made Heaven and Earth: Psalm 124:8. i i . i ii PROPHECY CON N $ubjects:--"2nd Coming of Christ"--The Tribulation-- The Anti-Christ-- The Battle of Armagedden-- The Millernial Reign-- The Judgements: Sermons Illustrated By Colored Slides .. Overhead Transparancies SPECIAL Dr. Roy Stewart A 30-minute Holy Land Presentation of' slides after the services. An Opportunity to Enroll for June Holy Land tour with D.N. Stewart and Dr. Diffee. Brochures and Infor- mation Available at Meeting. NOW! You Can Hear Him At Pastor Dr. l.g. Diffee Tri.State Baptist Church P.O. Box 657. Second and Mildred St., (Ranson). Charles Town, West Virginia 25414 THURS-SUN JAN. 12-1 7:30 p.m SUNDAY MORNING " :00 a.m. Dr. R.B. Diffee Church Phone 725-9394 Home Phone :725-5229 f