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January 14, 1982

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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 Nicodemus. Calvary Assembly of God Church - Katherine V. Shutts. Summit Point U.M. Church - Randolph M. Anders. Reisterstown U.M. Church - Craig W. Yohn. Jeff. Mere. Hospital Pai2"icia E. Combs, Beulah Breeden. Salvation Army - Marvin D. Collier. General Motors - Charles J. Edgar. St. James Catholic Church - Deborah A. Alkire. Halltown Presbyterian Church - James C. Tabb. Jeff. Co. Parks & Recreation Donald W. Mercer. Blakeley Bank - James B. Davis, Jr. Jeff. County Schools Margaret V. Lofton. Farm Credit Service - Sue E. Betterly. St. Thonas Lutheran Church - Terri L. Tobin. Summit Point Baptist Legion Post, Santa Claus, Entertain Youngsters Church Donald W. Drish. New Street Methodist MARSHALL-HOLLEY-MASON POST 102 of right: Service Officer Ernest Roman; Depar- Church. Warren T. Sibert. the American Legion entertained youth at a tment Commander James M. Shade, Vice Corn- u.s. Department of , Agriculture - Francis W. Christmas Party on December 20. Some of the mander Charles Ferguson; Commander Lester Zeyser. youngsters are pictured with Santa Claus and of- Taylor and Finance Officer Floyd Roberson. Self - Charles E. Ranson, ricers in attendance shown in back row: left to Suzette S. Craun, Harry H. Harris, Sr., Betty E. Hover- male, Katherine L. Moots, BIo dmobil Visits James Morison, Miss Lucille E. Welsh, Elmer H. Silver, Ruby E. Smith, Ruth R. Three 0 e Heflebower, Mrs. Richard Lewis B. Jenkins. Hankins, James Keel, Roger Jefferson County During Month Net 181 Units Blood A trio of December visits by the Red Cross Bloodmobile to Jefferson County netted the program 181 units of life- giving blood at a season of the year when supplies are short. On December 10, the Bloodmobile operated at the Episcopal Parish House in Charles Town. Ninety-seven persons presented themselves (14 of them first time donors) and 80 units of blood were drawn. Jonathan Burns reached the four-gallon donor mark, John F. Podolak and Earl L. Ellifritz the one-gallon mark. Halltown Paperboard had the greatest number of donors 16; Badger Powhatan had 11 and the Presbyterian Church 9. On December 15, the Bloodmobile operated at Jefferson High School. Fifty two persons presented themselves, 45 units were drawn, there were 20 first time donors. Paul E. Wilmoth became a one gallon donor. On December 2, the Bloodmobile visited the Men's Club Building in Shepberd- stown, sponsored by the Woman's Club of Shepherd. stown. Seventy-two persons presented themselves, 56 units were collected and there were 21 first time donors. For the December 10 visit to Charles Town, the Jefferson County Red Cross was the sponsor. Aiding the operation of the visit were: Administration Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Mrs. Albert Schwartz, Mr. Rondo Smallwood. Hostesses - Mrs. Victor Stouffer, Mrs. David Leight, Mrs. F.A. Landry. Nurses - Mrs. Martin Glaize and Mrs. Burla Tenney. Aides Mrs. Howard Fellers, Mrs. Evelyn Kitchen, Mrs. Holmes White, Mrs. John Skinner, Mrs. Mena Mennon, Mrs. Robert McGarry, Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. Geraldine Willingham. Canteen - Mrs. Stanley Kelley, Mrs. Wayne Ott, Mrs. Stanley Conrad, Mrs. Robert Brady, Mrs. Robert Cash, Mrs. Robert Appell, Miss Frances Heflebower, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Raymond Boyer. Typist - Mrs. Oscar Wilt. Those presenting them- selves: Trinity Gospel Church Charlotte P. Dernory. Acme - Allen M. Beahm. Presbyterian Church Margaret S. Radcliff, James L. Burns, Jonathan Burns, Caleb F. Burns, Jr., Agnes Itz, Sandra Viands, Carl G. Hall, Daniel P. Lutz, Jr., Jane W. Spanks, Martha Ellen Burns. Board of Education- Ellen G. Ware, Barbara S. Penwell, Doreen C. Smith, Diane G. Childress. TWA - John F. Pndolak. Badger-Powhatan - Calvin C. Hough, Stanley C. Fitz- water, William O. Anders, John W. Nelson, Jr., Harold F. Seal, Jr., Jack Moots, Robert Distrito, Bradley E. Baer, Carolyn K. Jamison, Charles Kiwanis -  J. Widmyer. WV Diabetic Assoc. - Robert W. Flanagan II. Woman's Aglow - Nancy C. Lloyd, Mary F. Furr. Leetown Church of the Brethren - Olin E. Carper. Lutheran Church - Robert D. Stone. Moose 948- Paul D. Mont- fort. National Park Service Arthur F. Webb, Jr., Earl E. Ellifritz, Ralph R. Warriner, Florence E. Allen, Dale K, Boyce, David J. Guiney. Halltown Paperboard - Paul H. Hedges, John H. Caraway, Dale B. Everhart, Harry G. McDonald, Raymond A. VanMeter, Jr., Gary E. Gainey, Paul A. Whitmore, Kevin L. Weister, Plata Rosendo, Teresa G. Needham, Earl D. Fellers, Richard E. Ford, James William Jacobs, Conrad C. Hammann, Franklin D. Knott, Conrad Hammann, Jr. Asbury U.M. Church - Peter H. Dougherty, Carl W. Shenk. FEMA - Patricia Crim. Cheslnut Hill U.M. Church - Melody L. Nick. A&P - Lucy C. Edgar. OES No. 128 - Delores C. O. Stillwell, Forrest R. Feagans, Charles R. Wilson, Glen D. Smith:' Barbara M. Wright, Carl E. Day, Jr., Travis N. Coon. For the December 15 visit to the high school, those ad- ministering the program were: Administration Mrs. Albert J. Schwartz, Miss Frances Heflebower, Miss Lucille Heflebower. Student Aids - Julie Hash, Erin Pauley, Slieila Daugherty, Cathy Hill, Raymonda Hill, Susanne Preissler, Beverly Schwartz, Kelly Edmonds, Donna Pine, Paul Mark, Sandy Ashby. Those presenting them- selves: Jefferson High - Charles H. Holliday, Matthew J. Bon- nette, Ronald D. Mills, Lunee P. Craft, David A. Glaseoek, Kenneth G. Costello, Ilene V. Battle, Joseph E. Wilt, James M. Pretre, Dana M.. Blayloek, Alice I. Ashbaugh, Tonia D. Judy, Billy M. Boggs, David F. Wilson, Kent T. Dillow, Sarah A. Pellerito, Victor Orlando, Karl L. Boyd, & Andrew Taylor, Dena P. Upham, Lydia L. Fraley, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m A.ILY VALUE PACK m (Combination White & Dark) m I  no more than 4 per customer | ,Ass I 8 Pieces Chicken m I Large Cole Slaw m m l Large Creamed POtatoes m m ! 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CAVE 513 Euclid Ave. Charles Town, WV 25414 PHONE: 725-7311 The one to see for oil your Family Insurance Needs Uke A ed,q/r $fn tn is TI.we State Farm Insurance Companies Home Office; Bloomington, Illinois I11 - lr nothing else is good enough /3 Perfect Granite Superb Craftsmanship Custom Design Ser-, J Written Guarantee Without Time Limit "l hat', u'h#t make u the mo.*l Ir ted name in memorials MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. --- FREE--- CUSToMER PARKING Denise L. Smith, Daniel McMullen, Susanne Preissler, Judy A. Graham, Anthony Braithwaite, Jackie A. White, Toni A. Hill, Linda M. Berry, Glenda D. Townes, Timothy M. Bentley, Duane A. Anders, Victoria I. Le.ary, Donna S. White, Kimberley E. Peter- sen, Jessica A. Woods, Michael S. Dopson, Paula E. Hester, Jerry D. Hill, Jr., Scott A. Mickey, Todd M. Kable, Sterling S. Payton, Libby E. Grey. Jamie Youler, Steven J. Kershner, Paul J. Mark, Shannon C. Donley, Apryl M. Wilson, John D. Patterson, William E. Johnson, Michael Trail. Jefferson County Board of Education - Paul E. Wilmoth. At the Shepherdstown visit December 2, administering the program were: Hostesses - Mrs. Aline direction of Parish House Zion Episcopal Charles Town, January 18. The meet Mondays at 3:45 p.m. Coast Completes Coast Guard Apprentice son of Mr. and Sharp of Route I, Junction, has recruit training Guard Training May, N.J. Feager, Jean Schley, Reva White. Nurse - Audrey Egle. Student Nurses - Debbie Lantz, Stephanie Ketner, Jean Bowman, Jackie Orndorff, Jennie Speaks. Aids - Gladys Maddox, Georgia Stewart, Carolyn Shilean, Mary Ann Browning, Reva Kave, Mary Speg, Elise Hastry, Kathleen Barnhill, Lorraine Buterbaugh, Mac Collins, Virginia Banvard, Evelyn Mason. Canteen Mrs. Bettie Wiltshire, Mrs. Kathy Ingalls, Mrs. Ella Culver, Janet Willette, Elizabeth Osbourn, Alberta Graver. GYMNASTIC C3ASSF.$ RFUME JANUARY 18 Gymnastic classes for boys, He jo which have been under September 1981. 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