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Charles Town, West Virginia
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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFER8ON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 19% Save a little and you'll save a lot because one drop at a time sure fills the bucket fast down at our place. MER F. De I. C. ".AAAAAA AAAAAA AAA ..................... Club constructed bird feeders at RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus = = _ %%%= %%A. Under the direction of Mrs. Kay T. Skinner, members of the Bullskin Happy Workers 4-H SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS WITH -- MAGNETIc SIGNS J [ BOOK ]ATCHES i 2.124"$.oo 1' [. 25oo438.oo I [ BALLOONs ' 1 [ PENS ] i 500-$25.0Q 125-$25.00 ,, DO IT TODAY ! ! CALL 725-7478 OR WRITE P.O. Box 288, Charles Town, W. Va. And various parts of a camera while their meeting on February 1, at Leslie Skinner showed the the home of Leslie Skinner. members ways to mount Talks were given by DeDe Myers on Energy Conservation The club voted to enter the while Amy Mayberry presented Energy Conservation contest, facts about several breeds of sponsored by the WVU horses. Lyn Nuse demonstrated Cooperative Extension Service, TOM LENNON will call on,you! P.S. Tom is going to Florida March 6- Back March 16. Feb. 9-2t k Charles Town Turf Club and Shenandoah Downs. Complete details of the county committee by March 1. "Energy Aware" will be the theme of the March 1 meeting which will be held at the home of Kim and Scott Murray. i A workshop will he conducted by Mr. Keith Murray for all members enrolled in a photography project. Jason Mickey, reporter. The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club held their monthly meeting at the home of the Alkire's. It was called to order by the president, Michael Boyd, leading the 4-H song and pledge. The roll call was by the secretary, Dana Alkire. Report was given by the treasurer, Irvin demonstration was given by Dawn and .Dana Alkire. A skating party, sponsored by the club will be held on Thursday, February 1,6, at 7:30 p.m., at the Berryville roller rink. Ad- journment was made by Beth Propps and seconded by Fred Will. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mary Alkire. Mrs. Betty Eusey is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital, having been taken there on Monday for ob- servation. Elwood Breeden entered the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Friday for tests. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were callers Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Miss Louise Katherine Cun- ningbam celebrated her bir- thday Tuesday, Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hetzel and sons of Blacksburg, Va., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., Robert Smith, Jr., and Mr. and I past week were Mrs. Mrs. Glen Hetzel and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Betty Eusey in Charles Town, to help Betty celebrate her birthday. Miss Linda Puffinburger and Mr. Buck Mason of Winchester, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Cunningham and family: Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus spent Saturday at the home of their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Chapman and family in Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington spent Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Whittington and family in Winchester. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring SYMPATHY EXTENDED The community extends their sincere sympathy to the family of Mr. Richard James Madison and his sister, Mrs. Mary Smoot of Charles Town. Mr. Madison died on January 30 in the West Paces Ferry Hospital in Atlanta Ga. The Madison's were former residents of Middleway. Memorial service was con- ducted in the Grace Episcopal Church in Middleway on Saturday, February 4, at 2 p.m., by the Rev. David Wood, with relatives and friends attending. Billy White left on Tuesday for Paris Island, S.C., where he will receive his basic training for the Marine Corp. Billy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray White. GalaIMst qm.i Tuesday, 7:30 Posto. and Brian Dunn from e nt Winners p.m. Arlington, Va.; Mrs. Joe sar-[ Loca[ Br dge Play Thursday, 7:30 done from Kabletown; Mr. Cecil I transportation White from Martinsburg; Mr. l and Mrs. Fred Hammond, Mrs. Four pairs earned ACBL "I Dale Appell and Tina from master points at the weekly could Charles Town; Mrs. Kenneth Walker and Mrs. Betty Jenkins from Summit Point; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Mrs. Clifton Poston, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Cindy Cross and Judy Frye from the village. Mrs. Roy Swartz is on the sick list and under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Hough, John and Chris were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. John spent the weekend with the James' t-.:C.:.%%%%% =y MILLVILLE Miss Dorothy Lake duplicate bridge game last Wednesday night at the Charles Town Civic Center. Ginny Allen- Evamae Poe game in first; Peggy Lacy-John Allen, second; Pauline Hudson-Fred Mayer, third, and Ron and Joan Har- mon, fourth. Five and a halft ables were in play. John Allen is the certified director and the game starts at 7:45 p.m. H. F. Fire Company Dance Sat, Februaej 25 The Friendship Fire Company of Harpers Ferry, will sponsor a dance at the fire hall on Saturday, February 25, from 9 till 1. Music will be furnished by Hillbilly Sue and The Mountain Mrs. Jeannette Mills of Men. Admission, $6.00 per Fairfax, Va., was a recent couple; $5.00 stag. For reset- Friday visitor of Mrs. T. W. rations, call 535-6915 or 535-6967. Dillow, St., and son. On Friday, April 7, they will Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton of sponsor Damion and the Charles Town, were Friday Classics. visitors of the latters father, Mr. SERVICES FOR Edward Ryman. BOLIVAR PENTECOSTAL Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton of CHURCH OF CHRIST Kabletown, were recent Sunday Rev. Samuel Miller, pastor, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James announces the following ser- Lilla. vices: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Sunday School, I0 a.m. and family and Mr. and Mrs. transportation, call 535-6919 or Dewey Meadows, Jr., and 725-7388; Sunday prayer, 6:45 family of Laurel, Md., were ).m.; Evening Service, 7:30 Sunday guests of Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughter of Bakerton, were Sunday aft ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. i into a A man handy with remodel many older good rental retiremenL income. you to check the l Moore Insurance Company, W Alexander and i Moore and Washington, I IS North George fJ NOTICE! RESIDENTS OF RANSON Mrs. Jesse "Barbara" Frye Mr. and Mrs. Cbarlie Milburn has returned home after being a and sons of Rippon, were visitors patient in the Jefferson of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longer- Memorial Hospital. She was in beam on Thursday. for observation and tests. Mr. Bud Pope of Bolivar, was The Jubilators Quartet, from a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. James Cumberland, Md., will present.a Llall on Thursdaj.v program at the U M Church m Mrs Dou Minnick o "7"' . ......... o ............ f Mar- Middleway on Sunday, at 2 p m I ,inl'lra u: ront llntl$lV Everyone welcome to near tnls ^;.,. ;;t. ,. M ntl Mr Ime music I ...... , . ' ...... I Moss ttanam. Mrs. tee lt, ne, jr., oonn-. [ M,. ,,,,'^ o,,,---' Miss Dot Lake Joho, Pam and Carolyn, of RIch-I ,^., ,, ulhot .... mond, Va., and Gary Jones of | Monday Martinsburg, were Supday ..... "='==:__==..==' dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. i ................... Charles Jones and family. [ IIVFT0CK SALES Happy Birthday to Mr. James ''"-" ........... Cain, Mrs. Alda Johnson and l.%%%%-..%%%=: Mrs. Joe Barnes who celebrated  The quotations of the Blue their birthdays this past week. Ridge Livestock Sales, at Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner and Mrs. Connie Dietz of Parson, W. Va., were weekend guests! with Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott. Mr. Robert Cain of Inwood, visited this past week with Mr. and Mrs. James Cain. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns were Mrs. Holmes White from the village, Mrs. Doris Hough, Mrs. Beverly Appell and Tina from Charles Town. We are happy to report that Mrs. Gertrude Schill has returned home after being a patient in the Georgetown University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones Jeffrey, Matthew, Mark and Kathy, atnded the birthday party for John-John Kline, Saturday at the home of Mrs. Edith Jones in Martinsburg: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comer of Ranson were Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. We are happy to report Mrs. Holmes White is doing fine after her fall at her home. Callers this Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, February 13,1978. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was prime veal, top $88; number one grade hogs, top $49.6O. Good butcher steers, $38 to $40; plain to medium steers, $30 to $35; good butcher heifers, $35 to $37; plain to medium heifers, $25 to $33; good bulls, $38 to $40; plain to medium bulls, $32 to $37; commercial cows, $32.75 to $35; utility cows, $30 to $32.50; canners and cutters, $23.50 to $29.75; stocker and feeder steers, $54 to $42. Choice to prime calves, $75 to $88; good butcher calves, $55 to $70; medium butcher calves, $40 to $50; thin calves, 1,39 down; heavy calves, $27 to $40. Good butcher hogs, $49 to $49.60; medium butcher hogs, $48.40 to $48.90; heavy butcher hogs, $44 to $48.25; butcher sows, $52 to $40; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, $33 to $37.50; shoats per hundred, up to $40; pigs per head, up to $27; boars, up to $26. All Garbage Collections Corporation of Ranson will discontinued to everyone Delinquent Sanitation Bill aS FEBRUARY 25th. SANITATIO Feb. 16-1t- SEE " PENNEY PRESIDENT'S CIRCULARS . - This Week, With ." OUTST VALUES In All DepartmentS Starts TodaY Thursday Feb. JCPen IN CHARLES ToWN Shop Men. & Friday Use 9 a.m. ,,,t, 9 p.m. PENNEY The__ read and*ami,, a* S,,ver Spr,. minutes of January's meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lowel H. Hetzel ALGRE Old and new business was of Lutherville, were Saturday discussed. The club discussed lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. STUCK & the energy conservation 3.5811 program which will be held in ,e.e00oo co00n00, coo00.00 was formed to prepose a 4 pmlt IL_ P-ha rmacy i program for the club. The Mobile CB Transceiver  CB TW .,e.Ora,venO,.om .----.. ,.0, news letter were discussed. A Zl Red Teg Rebate 00 RedT vw direct from GE. VV direct eeeee eeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee " :: ................... ......., .... :: "'" Con GE- S.SB-  . PREVIEW DEALER X " ......... ......... : IPU00 :?.., ....... ....... !ii .,. ' HANDYSF, tEAR he e=ltk Is OurMain " hearbetter? oncern ' will be at... . the Towne Houee i  Motel Lodge, Whatever is necessary t, February=rd from... keep your family in the IOmm.tel2Nhmn pink.., you'll find here. First aid supplies, vitamins, medicine cabinet items can obtained. SIIJCK & ALGER PHARMACY, Inc DIAL 725-2621 "CHARLES TOWN Hours: Daily 8:30 a. m. to 10p. m. Sundays - 12 to l:00p, m. Non-Slip Textured Grip V/00IY HARDWARE CO. 121 W. Wmhiqton St. Charles-Town, W. Va. Stinlen Steel Blades Safety Locking Future Free Cleaning & Check-Up Of Any Hearing Aid Free Electronic Hearing Test Special Battery Discount 2438 Valley Avenue Winchester, Va. 22601 Telephone: 703467..6222 BREW STARTER automatic clock and timer feature lets you wake up to delicious drip coffee. Easy to use, just set for time to start brewing and slide con- trol to AUTO Brews 2-10 cups with the speed of instant coffee, auto- matically switches to keeps- warm when ready, stays hot for serving Use either permanent filter or disposable paper filters. both included, for clear co!fe. Rebate '3.00 =34.00 00--s13900s CB Transceiver LIST s199 ,s Mobile Base Station Designed .for Mobile or home use. 40 Channel Two-way Ra- dio with Two-way power, PLL circuitry and built-in Mic pre- amp for modulation boost. RF Power: 4 w. max. at 13.8v DC Modulation: 100% maximum limitar circuit; Range 85-100% FCC Type accepted 10ram DIGITAL LED Channel' Display Two-way Power --AC built-in for home use, power cord includedDC power jack and cord for car, camper, truck use Mlo pre-amp built-in Crystal filter for adjacent channel rejection Lighted, wiper type, S/RF Meter RF Gain- Control Switchable ANL (Automatic Noise Limiter) e Jacks for: (1) Exter- nal speaker (SL)) and (2) DC power cord Walnut grain finish on vinyl clad steel cabinet LIST $279"-- Our & a slO The best in CB's GE. Appliances at prices. Rebates Appliances from Sale Ends March 11, COMMtJ Rt. 48- 1% Kearneys PHONE: 870 OPEN Closed SALES &