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JOB OPPORTUNITY I I III I I I EXECUTIVE SECRETARY-MANAGER MUST RESIDE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY CALL 535-2206 or 535-2434 2 &amp;19 2-T Of course I knew that- It : was litortals e Today! iaeestmenz 5-2046 FOR APPOINTMENT and guest Beth Jenkins, drove to SUMMIT POINT Joyce Rudolph : Snow is the big news here! Everyone listened expectantly Friday morning for the no school report and were not disap- pointed. After the usual snow chores the kids raced to the hill on the road to the post office and began preparation for sled riding. To their utter joy the road people left the hill un- touched by the plows after the initial scraping so soon the hill was perfect for young and old sledders• Aside from the dry snow the temperature was pleasant making it possible to stay out for hours. It was great fun! ;A.welcome [rom the villagers is extended to our newcomers, Mr• and Mrs. Robert Light, Jr., who recently moved into the old Light home place adjacent to the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light, Sr., and Linda. Mr• Robert Chrisman an- nounced that the U M. Church is scheduled to have the Youth Alive Singing Group from the Charles Town Baptist Church in concert on Sunday, January 23, at 7:30 p.m. The group consists of 32 vocalists and are ac- companied by a pianist, guitarist, and a drummer and specialize in doing old and new gospel singing. There's something for everyone and you're all invited. This is one group you don't want to miss• Also please note that the regular Wednesday night Bible study that is held in the U.M. Church social room at 7:30 p.m. has been moved to the par- sonage until further notice• Everyone is welcome to attend. This changable weather is taking its toll, this reporter has learned of so many families in the community that have been stricken with the flu and other maladies. Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs• Sonny Burner visited with the Rev. Buddy Burner at the VA Hospital• Buddy sends best wishes to his many friends here and welcome visits and cards from us. Recently Mr• and Mrs. Clayton Stagner of Monte View Tyson's Corner to have dinner at the Chesapeake Bay Seafood House. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Creamer of Locust Grove in company with Miss Anna Creamer of RAnson and Mr• James Harreli of Middleway, motored last Wednesday afternoon to College Park, Md•, having been called there by the death of Mr• Creamer's brother-in-law, Mr• Harry Farmer• Also last Friday, Mrs. Creamer met Mr. and Mrs, Augusta Shirley of Parisburg, Va., at the Dulles Airport upon his return by plane from a holiday visit with their son in Germany• They accompanied Mrs. Creamer to Locust Grove and remained as overnight guests. Last week little Tony Cook was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children. On Monday, David Noll d Charles Town, spent the night with Mark Rudolph• The Interdenominational Sharing Group that meets weekly at the home of Mrs. Ernest Rudolph resumed meeting this Wednesday after a three-week vacation, with 6 women present. An open in- vitation is extended to all women seeking Christmas fellowship. A pot-luck luncheon at 12 noon followed the 10 a.m. meeting and baby sitting is provided. On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs• Ernest Rudolph visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagley and family in Hidden River• Also on Wednesday, guests d Mrs. Clifford Rowland were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. David Rowland of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Burner enjoyed a visit in their home on Wednesday with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Jenkins of Sperryville, Va. The BWMS Baptist Women's Mission Society, met on Thur- sday at the home of Mrs. Edith Ellifritz in Rippon with 6 members and 2 guests present. Mrs• Joyce Pifer presented a study on the mission work being donw in the North-Central states, and Mrs. Goldie Turner led the devotions and calendar prayer. Following adjournment, refreshments were served by the i entertained Mr. and Mrs. hostess. . Amerlcus' Qualini of Darkesville The Extension Homemakers {{ at dinner at the King's Table in Club met at the home of M.rsj I Winchester in celebration of Mr• William Hale on Tnursoay wire i Qualini's birthday. 11 members present. FoJ!owing l Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. the usual business meeting, Mrs. t Fred Longerbeam and children David Wood, co-hostess and[ i ;'SHEPHERDStOWN, W.VA. ..... ,-. { ROAST VENISON JF ON CHAMPMNE I(RAUT ....... ]j AND OUR REGULAR LARGE MENU f OUR CHEFS PRIDE  INCLUDING • WIENER SCHNITZEL <,', • SAUERBRATEN • BROILED LOBSTER TAIL :;/ AND MORE... ",. Serving your fevome erage , Dining Room open Tue. thru Fri. 5-10 p.m, A Sat. 4-10 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-g p.m. 11 p Rathlkello¢ Club hours, 6 p.m Ill midnight  -,.....,.... ,e,,4n, mIillll " The tnnti frwm & C41rol A$sm I |'  AMERICAN EXPRESS -- CARTE BLANCH ,=''-1"1 lesson leader, did a slide presentation called Energy Users and You. Upon ad- journment, the group enjoyed a pleasant social hour with refreshments served by the hostesses• Friday evening, Pare Lloyd of Rippon, was an overnight guest of Stephanie Cheshire• Also on Friday, Pete VanTol spent the night with Dwayne Frazier in Ranson. Recently, Mrs. Claude Payne of Middleway visited with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins, and their Sunday visitors were Mrs. Tony Bydler and daughter of Clarke County; Mr. Woodrow Jenkins of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shrewbridge and family o[ Charles Town and Mrs• "The Diapj Of Anne { Frank" To Be Offered{ At Old Opera House { "The Diary of Anne Frank" i based on the hearteningly warm and human diary kept by a teen- age Jewish girl while hiding with her family from Nazi pursuers in World War II will be presented at the Old Opera House for four performances beginning February 16. Dana McAlister will be seen as the vivacious Anne and Ferdinand Perrone in the role of her gentle father in this Pulitzer Prize play that has enthralled audiences throughout the world, and particularly overwhelmed guilt-ridden audiences in Germany. The action of the real-life drama begins with the discovery of Anne's secret diary by her father when he returns for a last look at the Amsterdam attic where his daughter, who sub- sequently died in a con- centration camp, lived many bright moments in an at- mosphere that was tense and fearful but also full of courage and love and even happiness. As he reads the diary, the events of i the cramped two-year seclusion unfold on the stage. In the first scene of this flash- back, the first night in the hide- out that is protected by Gentile Hollanders at the peril of their own lives, Mr. Frank tells his teen-age youngster, "Remember, there are no walls, no bolts, that anyone can put on your mind". In addition to Miss McAlister SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1978 MEDIA & PROTECTION Lawyers for nearly all American newspapers and broadcasters have asked the Supreme Court to rule that police cannot obtain a warrant and make a surprise search of newspaper offices looking for evidence of a crime. She Dlvlded The lovesick swain was dis- cussing his love affair with a sympathetic friend. "You say she partially returned your affections?" asked his friend. "Yes, she sent back all my letters, but kept the jewelry." A NEW YEAR A NEW LINE OF FARM MACHINERY Peoples Supply,Farm Machineff, Inc. 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TRACTORS family sharing the hideaway ROTARY MOWERS with the Franks, Kenneth Haag as her greedy and grouchy husband, Norman Snyder as the young boy with whom Anne falls DISC HARROWS in love, Bob Bennett as the whining, lonely dentist who LOADERS comes to share the refuge, Trayce Young as Anne's quiet older sister, and Catherine BACK HOES Dailey as the young girl who brings them supplies. GREAT BUYS... GREAT VALUES. Mrs. Ralph Dunn visited with Mrs. W. J• Furr. ON ENERGY ACTION Congressional leaders de- cided to put off deliberations on President Carter's energy program until 1978 after a last-minute effort to break a deadlock on natural gas prices collapsed. and Mr. Perrone, the cast of the Norman Heflin. iOpera House production will hn hn On Sunday, Mr and Mrs{ ". : i includeChrisPerrone, asAnnes 35 ... to 120 I II lff Robert Chrisman ana son, ano _.,, ....... .... { {,€.,e.t morner, close tO. Mr and Mrs tternert Parr and - s ........ • " i ny term, rat oung as me sons, all of Leetown and Mr and, • i frivolous and selfish wife of the