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January 14, 1982

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20 LOCUST GROVE OUTREACH PROGRAM IS GIVEN BOOST BY JEFFERSON COUNTY JUNIOR RED CROSS CHAPTER Presenting checks from the Junior County Junior Red Cross Chapter to the Locust Grove Outreach Program is the activity taking place in the above picture. In the picture Mrs. Margaret Skinner is handing Harry Blackford, of the Eastern Panhandle Mental Health program a check for the Mental Health work in the county as Mrs. Dorothy Strouse, (extreme right)-chairman of the Junior Red Cross program and Mrs. Elsie Heflebower, executive director of the Jefferson County Red Cross Chap- ter, look on. Funds for this project were derived by the Junior Red Cross Chapter through their annual fund drive held in the Jefferson County Schools. (Photo by Tim Sinn) AAkAA AkA Ak Ak Jk  rVVVVVv'Mrvv" SHANNONDALE Olga Waiters Call 725-6102 %%%%%%%%% We were saddened this week by the death of a dear resident, Sunny Dyer. Our condolences go out to her family. Holidays are not the best time for the loss of a loved one. The Amorosis spent their Christmas holidays in McLean with their daughter and son- and their grand- children. They are Carolyn and Bill Milligan and I Just know that Chrismms meant a little more with the small one around. I attended a party at the home of Sandy Cookson on that icy, snowy New Years Eve. The weather did not dampen the spirits of Margaret Stringer, Helen Grimm, Joe and Lee Rosskamp, and John Pfluger and his daughter, Delores. We ate, played cards, chatted, ate again, until 2:30 p.m. as time does fugit when one is having fun. While there I tnoticed a fabulous book on West 'virginia by Arnout Hyde, Jr. He is on the staff of the Department of Natural Resources of the National Geographic and has been featured in Reader's Digest, National Wildlife. The photos are astoundingly beautiful and accurate and this is certainly a fine gift for a West Virginian. No, I do not get a commission. Helen Grimm had spent her holidays at Worcester, Massachusetts with her niece. It was that niece's son who won the lighted tree at our bazaar. Margaret Stringer prayed for decent weather and when it came, she drove to Alexandria for Christmas. Sandy's folks came up this year from Chevy Chase to spend the holidays with her. By the way, Sandy has an extra smart poodle, Gigi; if told by her owner that she is going out, the pooch will select one of four doggie beds and will sleep there contentedly until Sandy returns. If not told, Gigi has a nervous breakdown for the time being. Eleanora Johnson reports that her son, David Colbert Johnson, w home from VCU for Christmas. She had an interesting travelogue during the holidays, Christmas Eve with the family at Waterford, Virginia; Christmas Immch in Swedesboro, New Jersey with a daughter and Christmas dinner with a brother in Newcastle, Delaware. That makes for a lot of eating but I suppose that riding in between helps to reassemble the food. Carl and Erin Schmidt have guests from Atlanta, Georgia. For Christmas they had Anna Marie and George Weare. . . t Also Vls]tmg Carl is his mother-in-law, Mrs. AdEn Batson from Florence, Alabama. ! hear that some folks from here visited Bob and Judy McDermid who are fine. Bob has gained some weight and looks and feels great. The Bolyards had a sort of family reunion at the home of Charles' daughter in Hyatt- sviile with ten folks attending. Programmed offset oils tot extra support. r Used in America's finest hotels. This unique system has tflree separate levels designed to interact fat total comforL firmness and durability. This iS e rare Opportunity to buy a genuine 8ealy Posturepedlc., very specially priced, Full ............ Sale SlN.Ol) Queen, 2 pc. set.. Sale L$441.H. King, 2 pc. sat .... Sail ININ.H While They Last... Sealy Firm Quilted 78 TWIN EA. PC. SEALY FIRM A lot of mattress for the money with durable innerspring construction plus quilted surface for comfort. Long lasting torsion bar foundation. Full Size ea. pc ...... NOW $108 Queen Size set . . NOW $288 King Size 3-pc. set... NOW FREE DELIVERY APPLIANCES TELEVISION STERIO RUGS , SEIWIG ON THE MAIN ST, IN FRIENDLY DOWNTOWN CHARLES TOWN Located at Ramoy's Furniture 213 W. Washington St. MAGM/WOX FRIGIDAIRE HOT POINT M.Am AMAI KITCHENAID L,[II I I III III SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 Just learned that the daughter of John and Dottle Woodail was wed to Brian Ross in Tulsa, Oklahoma in November She and her husband were able to spend the holidays here with the Woodalls. Jim and Kay Hecker spent New Year's Day with Richard and Ellen Hecker in Rockville. Nancy was returning to Minnesota with the little grandchild, Maggie, so Kay and Jim took her to Maryland for a closer flight. The house next door now is rather quiet - no more smart questions from the little one and no more childish, joyful laughter and for once silence "ain't golden." Kay and Jim motored on Sunday to Arlington to see some old friends, Ralph and Marie Cozzens. They found no ice on the main roads so were happy they dared to go. l bad a letter from Dettie Henkle and she sends her best to all here. They are just about settled in their .new, lovely home and Dottle is adjusting to new area and routines but still misses all of us here. Marion Owens also wrote that they are settled, happy and busy. Jim has a nine year old boy under his guidance in a Youth Group Program, is running for the Board of Directors of the Club there and is getting a new type of telectric treatment whichg seems to be helping and that is great news. Marion is doing her "thing" - macrame and ceramics and they find a 24 hour day is just not long enough. We are so happy to ear that both families are settled com- fortably, are happy and "doing" but they did here so we are not surprised. Our sick list are Howard Mclntosh now doing well; Betty Aaron still improving and able to get out and Dorothy Rodgers. Are you planning to attend Family Supper and Juke Box Dance on the 16th? This is planned with something for everyone so please turn out to show your pleasure and to encourage the Activities Committee. This group is beaded by Bonnie Weber and has a good team including Ginny Nutzman, Jimmie Lou Boner, Mickey Zier, Margo and Bill Smith, Lyle Lilly, Barbara Kriemelmeyer, Emma Gaw. If you read your Limited Edition you will notice that the slzess in on family involvement this year. With everyone's help, cooperation and suggestions, "Shannondale can come thru in '82!" I hear thatthe New Year's Eve Dance and Champagne Breakfast was the raves of those who attended. The weather can't compete with a good thing, it seems. Some said R was their best New Year's Eve ever. We are lucky here on that night as we can go to a central spot rider, on our own roads, and always be close to home and reasonably, too! For this event those behind the scenes who worked for days were Bob and Elaine Warren, Jack and Edna Nethken, Mary Schroder and her niece, Jack Wood, Ingrid Phillips, and of course, Lil and Acky Viana. The Woman's Club donated many of the necessary electrical replacements. These folks make what happens up front, successful, and we salute them one and all! Are you trying out the Saturday and Wednesday night Specials? I hear they are great and now are up front with the best of them with our Carry Outs, too! The Vitaccos spent their holidays in Long Island with relatives and welcomed in the New Year there. Mike, Diane, Nicky, Michael Jr., and the baby visRed Grandma and Grandpa Blum in Las Vegas. I hear Vivian longs for Slmnnondale. I guess you can take the people of of the mountains but you can't take the mountains out of the people's dreams. Jessie Nowell joined us at the Bible study group and was most welcome. We are now meeting at Martha Smith's until the club reopens and after the session, Jessie and I dine at the "Smith's 5 Star CaW' until it is time for Wednesday bridge. Father Jim Towner and his wife, Carol, spent their holidays with her parents in New York State..He also is missed when he is away as he is an expert at bolstering one's spirits. Margaret Stringer in charge of Actlvlties for the 50 Club is in need of customers for a trip to the World's Fair on August 20 thru the 23. For more lnfo, please call 725-8326 soon. Last weekend, Lois John Blazek and Tom left for Elizabeth City, North Carolina, as.Tom had to be "on board" by January 3. While there they visited Lois and John's godchild and his wife, fan and Nancy McCaleb and enjoyed this reunion. The McCaleb's son has been in the Coast Guard for 2 years and can now counsel Tom. On Sunday evening the 3 B's and the McCalebs went to dinner at Tuck's famous opyster bar and restaurant in Elizabeth City. On Monday Esther Woodward and her daughter, Janet Garrett, visited the Blazeks. Esther looked like something from Vogue but is losing her eyesight. She misses all her friends here and in Charles Town, sends her bestest to all. She would love to hear from all of you and her address is Box 224, c-o Herbert Garrett, Coin Jock, North Carolina, 27923. The Blazeks left the 68 degree area and drove home in pouring rain. Tom is happily squared away and is now waiting for his next session. Connie Gribbin entertained the. Wednesday Bridge Group at her home this past week while the Clubhouse was being cleaned. Three tables of "smart ones" played duplicate Bridge while another table played Contract Bridge. I'll let you guess where I was, and he careful, I am most sensitive! So now take your vitamins, keep warm and comfy, do not overdo, and remember, if you have any news, do call me. .dk .dk.A..dL .da .dk -m, A,, and p"  'V'V V MY V'W'WP" V " KABLETOWN Marianne Smallwood Dial 725-5707 V'Nr ff  MY MY Nff'qr "qr The Kabletown Extension Homemakers club will meet at 1:30 Thursday, January 21st at the home of Mrs. Margaret Dailey. Mrs. Mabel Keller will lead the lesson "Consumer Competency." Devotions will be given by Mrs. Doris Dailey. Lynn Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Gray, has been indisposed with Chickenpox. Tuesday afternoon Mr. Frank Stiles of Rio was a visitor at the local store meeting his many friends. He reported that Mrs. Stiles was in Jacksonville, North Carolina, to welcome a baby grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hill joined friends in a surprise party Tuesday night when they gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whit- tington on the Charles Town Summit Point Road. The occasion was in observance of Mrs. Whittington's an- niversary, Mrs. Oral B. Hughes remained wRh her sister Mrs. Elsie Olcott, Berryville Saturday night. Mr. Olcott is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. D.N. Hoover, North Rocks, has been on the sick "list. We wish for him a com- plete recovery. Miss Tammie Luke of Kearneysville has been a j recent visitor at the home of days has played I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes. water pipes, car Mrs. Frances Penweli and in fact most ever) *all ithls Mrs. Betty White, chding news for representing the Ad- Hope to do better ministrative Board of the Would appreciate Kahletown United Methodist one may call in Church, Mrs. Sandra Rowland of the Coordination Com- mittee and Mrs. Marianna Smaliwood of the Educational Committee attended the Conference held Sunday af- ternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 in the Calvary United Methodist Church, Martinsburg. Before the meeting they enjoyed dinner in the Sizzling Steak House. This unusual cold weather of the weekend and subsequent IS OPENING Cold weather ponement of the Harpers Ferry meetinb meeting will be next Monde at 7:30 in city hall. GIVE THE Located on Rt. 340 in the Blue Ridge Outfitters Building WE WILL BE FEATURING SUPER BEEF SANDWICH HOMEMADE SOURDOUGH LOOK FOR OUR GRAND OPENING TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON. TWO DAY SAL. Take az extra 25% OFF marked down merchandise, Mens tall Womens Winter Girls Winter Flannel Shirts Robes Jackets Orig. '15.50 Orig. s28.00 Orig. s19.99 Mens Underwe00 Orig. s6.00 ,ow=9.99 .ow=19.99 ,ow=11.99 ,ow=4. '""',.,,c,. s7.49 ,.,,c,""'" s14,99 ,..,,c,""'' s8,99 ""'" Savings thru.out the store, Thurs ,Fr Onl All Red Lined or Pink Ticket Merchandise on Sale. Does Not Include White JCPennev s,,o, By Phone Ask for Charles Town;W. Va. .J Home ,.,.z.,, o,..,,..,,, Men. 9 to 8 -- Fri. 9 to 9 -- Tues., Wed., Thurs., & Set. 9 to 5