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6 Library Offers Karate Program The Old Charles Town Library will vary its Saturday matinee filmstrip program with a special demonstration of Okinawan Karate on March 2, at 2:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Mr. Robert Zingg and several of his students will demonstrate not only skills involved in using the different karate weapons such as the bo or staff, and nunchaku, but also the breaking of boards and bricks. Karate is a Japanese word meaning "empty hands." The term and the method of self-defense date from the 14th and 15th centuries when personal weapons were banned by the goven- ment. Different styles developed over the years, with the Okinawan school becoming increasingly popular until it was even included as physical educa- tion in Japanese schools. In spite of the popularity of the spec- tacular effects such as breaking boards with bare hands and feet, karate is an excellent all-around sport and an intense discipline in which respect for ones opponents is stressed. There is no admission charge for the program, and everyone is welcome. For more information call the Library, 725-2208, or Mr. Zingg, 725-3639. SHANNONDALE Oiga Waiters Dial 725-6102 Another holiday comes up this week, that of our first President, George Washington. Ben Franklin said, "He, like Joshua of old, commanded the sun and moon to stand still, and they SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Formers ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21 1985 Hillbrook Inn, Bed & Breakfast Facility, To Have Opening Feb. 24 Hillbrook Inn, a Bed and Breakfast lodging of unmatched charm, located on the Charles Town-Summit Point Road just west of Charles Town, will have its official opening Sunday, Feb. 24 from 4 until 6 p.m. And Gretchen Carroll, owner and operator of the facility, has issued an invitation to the general public to attend this event. Located on historic Bullskin Run on country acreage which George Washington once farmed, this newest Jefferson County lodging facility of- fers quintessential English Country house atmosphere. Innkeeper Gretchen acquired this the County Fair next August. Jack Eden who was to speak to us in March will come in April. In March we shall renew regular meetings. More on this later. KABLETOWN Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 historic Country House in 1984 and since then she has had a refurbishing program underway which has brought to life an Inn of unmatched warmth, seclusion and casual elegance. Only about a hours drive from the Capital Beltway, the Innkeepers Gretchen and her son, Sean and daughter Tania, will always be at hand to answer any questions, suggest local sites of historic interest and or share knowledge of country auctions and an- tique shops, and Mrs. Carroll says her experience in living in Africa, Asia and Europe promises a varied and in-' teresting cuisine. The high winds and torrential rains of last week will long be remembered in this village. The Bullskin Creek overflowed its banks and in time water surrounded but did not get in the dwell- in~ known as the "Little White House" and occupied by Robert and Earl Powell. With the road being inundated it was almost impossible to use although several tried and the cars had to be pulled out. Several persons did not venture but turned around tak- ing another route. The two homes located along the out It must he added here that when the construction of this arrangement was in progress one of the homeowners ap- proached the man in charge stating that he believed this very problem would occur but the reply was "That will never happen!" Wednesday evening many of the residents of the community were pleasantly surprised and delighted to have four members of the Jefferson Pop Singers visit them bringing tokens of love and respect along with carna- tions and candy but best of all their rendition of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". Among those being sur- prised and their sponsors were Helen Thompson, Laura White and Eva Rowland, Mazie Ware, Jessie Clipp, Kitty Hughes, Bob McCarty from the Sharing Group; Marianna Smallwood from Tony and Sue Hill and children; Ollie Brown from Louise Brown; Grace Rowland from Connie Sue and obeyed him." George was called the Creek had 3-4 inches of water in the 1st Father of the Nation and he was that- story. All movable furniture was raked an architect of a new nation; he be- queathed to us freedom to live and speak and grow under the Stars and Stripes. We are the sons of this great American and are divinely appointed heirs of the life he won for us, and it is our mighty task to keep the torch of Washington aflame! Wish "Happy Birthday" to Dora Hospan, Charlotte Smith, June Nicolette, may their next 39 years be great! Do not forget Family Gm'ne NiLe and the Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, Febr,aary 23. Get the whole family here, eat well, then enjoy fun and to the second floor and those pieces left were put on blocks. The Seal family had a rug in their dining room ruined since it could not be removed as the wood stove was on it. Mike Goode and his son, Jeff, were a great help as the former had equip- ment which was put into operation, pumping out the water. After the water subsided the folks assisted by others began the hard work of cleaning up. To all those who gave assistance, the White and Seal families are grateful. Local belief is that the watergate ar- rangement put in by the State Conser- Timmy Danner; Becky Hess from Bob Hess, Janet Ware from Burwell Ware, Eddie and Juanita Seal from Chubby and Sylvia Seal, Pat and Hugh Hoover, Debbie Smith and their children; Melvin and. Elizabeth Rissler from Mike and Dianne Alvarez, Ryan and Chad; Mike Alvarez from Dianne Alvarez, Dianne Alvarez from Mike Alvarez, Mrs. Mildred Cloced from June and Woody Adams, Tony Hill from Sue Hil and children, Mildred Smith from Carol Smith, 13o Tyler from Denise Brown. The money collected from the 500 or more people who sent these greetings to their loved ones went to help defray games with friends. Be sure to make vation was the main cause of the local 9=- --,- -- - - 9=. 9-. 0 reservations, flooding. In normal flood times the O BUY or LEASE I A religious holiday came this past high water would have flowed right : A VERSA 1tE 4"WD I week, namely Ash Wednesday. along as it has done in the past as this GMC JIMMY Eastertide begins then and the begin- was the scene in 1972. The ground he- ningofLent. Beginningasaseasonof ingfrozenatthistimethewaterwould ~AVAILABLENslk' I~UY fasting and penitence for Christians it have flowed right along and would" :is now also a preparation for Holy have proved an advantage. Week. How well I remember giving up The last several flood stages of the AT candy to atone for my many trm sgres- Bullskin resulted in water flooding the,BUICK.PONTIAC.OLDS.GMC | sions - now I take the time to thank the yards of the dwellings but not in the Route 9 North Lord more often for many blessings, homes. The debris which accompanies J Charles Town, W.Vo. high water piled against the watergate j Call 725-3448 j caused the water to backup and spread 4ii* " lli* qlab 9al~ -diiD ,~iaD .lilb ,limp qiD Our condolences go to Rose Sounders who lost a son-in-law this past week. Into each life some rain must fall! St. Andrew's on the Mount is losing its pastor, Father Jim Towner. Last Saturday, many of his church members and friends gathered at the Community Center to bid adieu to Jim arid Carol. Mike Blum and Lyle Lilly handled the affair and presented Jim with a VCR as a token of love and thanks from his friends at Church and in the community. Sharon Cngle was in charge of the food. I fwst met Father will represent us at Greenbrier this March. Hear also that our Garden Club and Tuscawilla Hills Garden Club will he in charge of the Flower show at Full Upper or Lower Denture from s 149 0 Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees All Insurance and Union Plans accepted EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEINSOD, DMD FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER Frederick, iary~nd the cost of sending the Pop Singers to Charleston this past Saturday to de- fend its State S~low Choir title. This they did coming in in second which literally indicates that they are the tops in the state since they could not receive first rating two years in suc- cession. Our congratulations to this group and to their director, Harold Chamblin. D~ing the'~hip service Sunday the congregation W~tS treated to two well rendered numbers. The children's choir sang "0 Say I am God" while the big peoples group sang "Whispering Hope" which received many com- pliments. Lent offering envelopes were distriubuted. Rev. Smith brought a most inspiring message on "Perseverance." Due to illness Mrs. Smith was unable to be present. Rob- by Sowers accompanied by Mrs. Sowers was present after being away from church due to surgery. Robert Brooks Sr has returned to work after being absent due to illness. He is an employee on Mervin Roderick's farm. CORRECTION Romolo Quesada is a surgical pa- tient, Winchester Medical Center and not in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Kenneth Kelly has returned to his home in Myerstown following knee surgery. Mrs. Mazie Ware is now at her home. Members of the family have been called to be with her. Her granddaughter, Becky Barman and sons, Jay and Chris, came for several days returning home Monday after- noon. Connie Sue Danner has had a reecurrence of her throat trouble but her voice has not left her although it is hardly audible. Mrs. Grace Buyer is showing some improvement after be- ing under the doctor's care for several weeks. Mrs. Dorothy Unger is glad to report that she has only two more therapy treatments to take and then she will he discharged. She fell twice last fall injuring a knee in both ac- cidents. Mrs. Eva Rowland, although confined to her wheelchair, seems to be as well as can be expected. She gets a great kick out of life. Sylvia and Woodie Willingham and son Eddie of Middletown, Va had her mother, Mrs. Jessie Clipp, as their guest last Sunday at the Golden Cor- ral Restaurant. Glenda Brown was the honored guest last Saturday when her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Brown entertained at a party observing her birthday. Jennifer Carroll of Berryvflle, Va spent the weekend with her grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White. While here she attended Glenda Brown's party. Lay leader Alex Carroll attended an The primary goal of Potomac Edison is to provide dependable electric service. Adverse weather con ditions can sometimes disrupt this service in such cases there are several steps :you can take to help us restore your electricity as quickly as possible: Step 1 - See If Neighbors Have Power ,?al)eeZ-Ol 3 ! VISA. Master Charge ~11 Check your neighbors to see if they have power, if -- --- .-- =- .- -- -. 9 - - -. o they do. the disruption of electric service may be in Towner when I was in the local r "--"'1 :your own home. Check for blown fuses or tripped nondale.hospital during my first year in Shan-Father Jim and Carol, adieu, : CUSTOM. SLAUGHTERING &: circuit breakers which may require the services ofan Our love and good wishes go with you Processing of BEEF & PORK electrician. always ! Wehave had several more folks to ! Call For on Early Booking. l add to our sick list. Jeff Osborne and Richard Walsh were seriously injured,! Step 2 Call Your Power Company in a car accident this week, Also pray j for Jewels Toms, Harry Grayson, i:,if :YOur neighbors are also without service, call :your Mike DeWitt, Kathleen Fox, Jim A~Tn Farm l Owens, Elaine Brinkley, Mary Yar- ! Ipj~~ . $ 29 electric company. (Potomac Edison local telephoneofyour borough, Lorraine Ricketts on the I numbers are listed on the reverse side electric mend, Aurelia Baumgardner, Evelyn Loins lid1 bill or in :yOur phone book.) Give your name, address. Taylor and I are happy to hear she I eA A got out to the Club recently, Bill I Loretta Walsh and the fami I Ill phone number and any other pertinent information I S rlo|. Stuk "" e ' ,239R$ 39 During major storms :you may receive a busy signal on ly Betty Cook's daughter Errol Ward I hear so often from folks we have L I ib Steak m. :your first Please keep dialing until :you reach prayed for and how grateful they are. : US. Stay clear of any fallen wires and caution others Hear via a little birdie that Audrey ! J.KEIlrll M[ [R$& $016OPEN to F also keep away. Lonas wil be willing to act as Prez for 2 miles fmeflk of $1mqMJberg IMmt the Amedc~m II am. $ pm the Garden Club, that Elaine Amos 1 t~lton on HeTpe~ Fe~'t Count,/Rued. So~l~/ L PHONE: 452-6425,o~. ! p~ i Step 3 - When Your Power is Off I Route 9 in Ranson, W.Va. PHONE: 725-5647 FOR THIS WEEK-END Buy 1 Sub Get Second One At 21 -Pieces FRIED CHICKEN With 1-quart of Cole Slaw and 1-package of Rolls When your power is off leave one light in the on position so that you'll know when :your electric Mce is restorecL Turn off any major appliances which you may have been using when power was Do not open refrigerator or freezer doors while power is off. Food will for up to two doys if the doors are kept dosed. Step 4 - Emergency Equipment A. Rashlight with extra batteries B Manually operated clock C Car es and hand-operated can open D Portable battery operated radio (Clip this ad and keep next tO your fuse box or paneL ) Part,of the Allegheny Power System VALLEY HARDWARE Has Wicks to Service over 80-Brands of Kerosene Heaters, Covering over 440 Models. HARDWARE CO. 121,W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 Saturday in the Mt. Nebo U. Church, Boonsboro, Md. convened with a breakfasti enjoyed by the twenty present. He will meeting Sunday, There will be a covered Sunday 24 in the beginning at 6 o'clock. porary date but if a notification will he given. Due to the recent high Clipp reports that the roof cupied house on his farm blown off and a corn house demolished. Didn't we enjoy the beautiful sunset Sunda Don and Margaret Rogersville, Pa were visitors of Mildred Cloud. L.Jomes Nichols, Announces The Chades Cox. Allemong Certified Public H~ Moved to The Faidax Buih 120N. 725-5113