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4 Chuck Adams Fairfax Center Graduate Chuck Adams (above center) of Rippon, is shown receiving his graduating certificate from the Fairfax (Va.) County Fire and Rescue Training Center at Fairfax where he was a member of the 55th recruit school of professional fire fighters and emergency medical technicians. The ceremonies were held Decem- ber 21 at the center grounds. On his left Lt. Douglas Turner, center instructor, on the right Chief George Alexander, who presented the cer- tificate and gave the graduating address. Chuck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Adams, of Rippon, Miss Mary Magaha of Ranson and Miss Renee Geist of Hampstead, Md., atten- ded the ceremonies. VVVVVVVV MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 A .A. AkX Ak A AAtkA V NF" "V "V "It F" V "Y "qV "V" Mrs. Ruby Ott, Mrs. Janie Kuhn and daughter Amy were Tuesday visitors of Mr. Robert Wiley at Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dillow of the Bloomery were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Painter and daughter Tamrny and son Donald Jr. Mr. Mark Wiley of Mid- dleway was Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and son Paul Nathan. Rev. Paul Harrup was Saturday caller of Mrs. Nellie Oden and son Bill. Congratulations to my mother Mrs. Nellie Oden on her seventy-fifth birthday on January 14 and to Miss Lisa Oden for her birthday on Jan. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Monday evening visitors of Mrs. Ludelle Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Kay of Cypress, California, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Monday evening visitors of Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Painter and daughter, Tammy and son Donald Jr. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ott and daughters, Tracey and Shannon on New Years Day. Rev. Paul Harrup was Saturday visitor of Mrs. Ludelle Ott and family. Congratulations to Donald ADVERTISE Your Name And Service On Tom Lennon's Advertising Specialties And Magnetic Signs FREE Details and Catalogs Call 304.725.7476 Write P.O. Box 298 Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 I "You lost your luggage?' iliil : !ii !: iiiiiiiiiiiii Before farmers take a winter vacation, we advise a review of farm risks and in. surance policies to be sure of adequate protection. MOORE INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY WASHINGTON,ALExANDER And COOKE SINCE 1870 Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 110 N. George St. 725-2083 H I I [ , Painter for his birthday on January 14. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town was Friday visitor of her sister, Mrs. Adeline Oden. Mrs. Teresa Vincent and daughter, Leslie of Harpers Ferry Mountain Club were Saturday visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wiley and sons, Timmy and Scottie. Mrs. Betty Pierson and daughter Pare and son, Dwayne were visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Downs at Hamilton, Virginia. Mrs. Genevieve Loveless is a surgical patient at the Jef--. ferson Memorial Hospital. She fell on the ice on New Years Eve and broke her ankle in three places. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kay of Cypress, California and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Monday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and daughter Pauline and son Bill. Mr. John Paul Penwell, a former resident now living at Fairfax, Virginia was up to visit his mother and step- //' .., i. 112!! I00ltJi !1 i i father, Mr. and Mrs. William Glover at Charles Town on New Years Eve. He fell on the ice and is a patient at Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Mr. Bill Jones of Shenandale was Monday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. Mrs. Carolyn Cooper and Mrs. Sharon OR were visitors of Mrs. Joan Rollison and daughter Bridget at Chestnut Hill on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Din- terman of Adamstown, Maryland were last week visitors of their aunt, Mrs. Mae Detrick. Mr. Kenney Grove of Charles Town was Sunday evening visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. Mrs. Janice Hostler was Wednesday dinner guest of Mrs. Jessie Lally. Mr. Tom Diliow was recen! visitor of his sister, Mrs. Mae Detrick. Mr. Dick Viands of Charles Town was Friday visitor of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands, Jr. Bruce Hostler spent Saturday night with his friend, Billy Cogle and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kay of Cypress, California and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott were visitors of Mrs. Mabel Wilt at Chestnut Hill. I was sorry to hear about Mr. Sterling Wilt of Tuscawilla Hills having a heart attack. Initially he was a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, now he is a patient at a hospital at Charlottesville, Virginia for tests. Mr. Dudley Kidwiler of Bakerton has been a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital iii I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 with a heart attack. He also has been at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Wiley and family of Leetown, were visitors of the formers grandmother Mrs. Cora Wiley and son, Paul Nathan. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kulm and daughters Becky and Amy, were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mrs. Delorese Reed and daughter, Patty and Pam Cooper were visitors of Mrs. Janice Hostler on Friday. Mrs. Nancy Beamer and son Brian, were Sunday visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands Sr. Mrs. Joan Rollison and daughter Bridget and son, Trevor of Chestnut Hill, were Saturday visRors of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Trevor at Park View Trailer Park. Miss Shelia Kulm spent the weekend with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. Robert Penwell was Thursday evening caller of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. Mr. Chester DiUow of BaRimore was Sunday visitor of his sister, Mrs. Mae Detrick. Mr. Carolyn Cooper was Tuesday visitor of her father Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. Danny OK was Satur- day evening caller of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper, Jr. and daughter Pare and son Scottie. Julia Marillo of Grapes Trailer Park and Bill Dillow were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Mac Derrick. Trevor Roll!son of Chestnut Hill spent saturday night with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton at Park View Trailer Park. Mr. David Marcello of Purcellville, Va., was recent visitor of Mrs. Mac Derrick. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands of Chestnut Hill, Shelia and Becky Kuhn were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mrs. Betty Pierson and daughter Pare and son, Dwayne were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Spencer of Arlington, Virginia were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands, Sr. Mrs. Rhonda Ott of Valley View Subdivision and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Thursday visitors of Mrs. Nedra Jenkins. Mrs. Mae Derrick had Christmas dinner with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stone Sr. and son Ronnie at Pinegrove, Virginia. Others helping them to celebrate were Julia Marcello and Eddie Stone Jr. and daughter Julia of Grape Trailer Park, Mr. and Mrs. George Stone and daughter JEFFERSON COUNTY ENERGY WATCH DEGREE DAYS THIS YEAR LAST /EAR Last Week 209 256 Season to Date 2277 2318 This table shows daily average temperature in the Charles Town area above or below 65 degrees Farenheit accumulated for the week ended Sunday and for the heating sea- son from September 28, 1981, to date com- pared with last year. Courtesy of Kable Oil Co., Inc. Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 I PRICE SALE On Overstocked Items Includes a large assortment of Vitamins - Food Body Care Products We need to take Inventory -- Come help us out/ tit! 1Ol South Mildred Street -- Ranson 'I! KEROSENE HEATERS CORONA ALL MODELS -- REDUCED *99 to *239900 THE WOODSTOVE SHOP 725-7172 326 West Washington Street- Charles Town Terri of Winchester and Mr. and Mrs. Alder of Purcellville. Mrs. Joan Rol!ison and Mr. Sammy Oden and family. daughter Bridget of Chestnut Mrs. Glenda Stevens and Hill were Friday visitors of daughter Marsha and son, Eric her father Mr. Qulnton Ott. of Tuscawilla Hills were an  visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dianne Cline anMrs. Glenn Oft. daughters, Brandy Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Brook and son Jason were Saturday visitors of her mother Mrs. Mary Johnston at Mechanicstown. Jessica Stone of Grapes Trailer Park is spending several days with her great- grandmother Mrs. Mae Detrick. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ludelle Ott and family were Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son Michael of Walnut Grove, Mr. Joey Oft, Miss Sandy Dinterman of Flowing Springs Road, Mr. Ricky Oft and Miss Dee Dee Sowers and daughter Devin of Charles Town, Mr. Randy Ott, Miss Gale Long and son, Randy Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kearns, and Mrs. Elda Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kay of Cypress, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott were Monday evening visitors of Mrs. Myrtle Wilt at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Longerbeam and son Jason of Orchard Hills, Sherry Oden and daughter Petisha of Millville were Sunday dinner Dorsey guests of Mrs. Mazie Oden, To Perform 15 At sounds of the "Big Trevor and son Perry of come to Shepherd Chestnut Hill, were Sunday February 15 when the visitors of the former's Dorsey Orchestra parents, Mr. and Mrs. by Buddy Morrow, Guilford Turner and family, form in college's Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow 8 p.m. and son Michael of Walnut The Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shepherd's Dillow Sr. and son, Donald Lecture Forum, Dillow Jr. of Millville were public, and tickets Sunday visitors of Mrs. Jessie purchased in Dillow. College Center Mrs. Pauline Ott was betweenBa.m.and5 Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. of tickets in advance Charles Gray and family. Shepherd students Verna Ott spent the non-students, and at weekend with her grand- tickets will cost mother Mrs. Ludelle Ott and a Shepherd ID $5 her father Mr. Randy Ott and students $10. family. The orchestra is Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bick of most renowned today Hostler Road were visitors o! touring big band the latter's mother, Mrs. Conductor Buddy Virgie Brown. irish authentic sound and the late Tommy says. A capacity crowd pected for the ilil JEFFERSON COUNTY ',ii .... iii FARM BUREAU iii i!ii Servtcas for Bureau Members i:::: iill Place Your Order Now For i!il !i!:: Baler Twine & Most Types Of Mower & :i:::: ::i::!: Combine sections, guards, and knives, i::!:: ii!i Obtain Prices & Details From iiii i::ii:: JAMES LARUE, Phone 725-2912 i::i:: !iili Please Let Phone Rin@ Number of limes. FOR YOUR DANCING F'LEA I t' The CHARLES TOWN MOOSE CLUB RAMBLIN BAND For Members of the Moose Club Shenandoah Federal's 1982 She00r The Individual Retirement Account. - Floats with UX Treasury Bill rate. - 0nly $50 required to open account - No fees charge00 This popular tax shelter becomes available in January to Government employees and others who are covered by pension plans. Your IRA account each month at Shenandoah Federal will earn at a rate equal to the average auction rate for 6-Month U.S. Treasury bills for the previous four weeks. Reduce your taxable income by as much as $2,000 per year; and supplement your existing retirement program (or create your own). Each of our offices have specially-trained personnel to answer your questions and compute your estimated retirement benefits (all at no obligation, of course). A penalty is required for early withdrawals. Shen F0000leral 617 Winchester Ave,, Martinsburg (263-8901 Route 11 North, Martinsburg (263-8901) 305 N Washington St,, Berkeley Springs (258-4343) Hilldale Shoppmg Center, Charles Town (725-9787)