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!:> SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1985 Young Peoples Concert Scheduled February 24 ? year, the enthusiastic young people very well be suggesting "Follow the Children above were advertising by the to Millbrook" to be held Sunday, February Center Chamber Orchestra third 24, 3 p.m at the Shepherd College Creative Young Peoples Concert. They couldArts Center in Shepherdstown. Millbrook Center No. 45 in F Minor (often called "The writing for tickets to "Millbrook, P.O. Orchestra Fourth Annual Farewell"); Louis Clark's innovative Box 580, Shepherdstown, WV 25443." Concert will feature a Hooked on Classics; the cbdldhood Tickets are $1for those of high school guest artist, favorite, Peter and the Wolf by Pro- age and under; $5 for adults and may Rhee, pianist, of kofieff, narrated by Mary Ann Zim- be purchased by check, moneyorder, Md will perform the merman and selections from theVISA, or MasterCharge cards. ' portion of Beethoven's Piano Broadway musical Cats. The reduced ticket price for No. 1 in C Major, Opus 15 This concert will be held at the Millbrook's Young Peoples' Concert is orchestra. Shepherd College Creative Arts Center made possible through grants from the i selections for the afternoon at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 24. West Virginia Arts and Humanities' ',Will be the Hansel and Gretel Advance reservations are a necessi- Department of Culture and History, ty and may be made by contacting the the National Endowment for the Arts, not the singer) : the Millbrook office at 304-876-3170 from and Shenandoah Federal Savings and from Haydn's Symphony 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. weekdays, or by Loan. R I PPON Congratulations to Betty Eusey, Mr. Meier has not been well recently. Austin Nicodemus David Warner, IxmiseKatherineCtm- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and 725-9098 ningham, and Roger Lee Campbell on Gregory Jenkins Jr spent Sunday observing their birthdays this week. visiting Simon Jenkins who is a patient accompanied Nan- Patty Gordon and Scan, Angel in Jefferson Manor Nursing Home in of Stephens City, Va Jenkins and Heather, and KathyCharles Town. on Saturday morning to Warner and David were recentlyAngie Richards spent the weekend time at the home of Mr. visitors at the home of their grand- at the home of Jodie Richards. Jodie James Jenkins Sr Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins, celebrated her 14th birthday February spent the weekend at theMr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus 17. home. were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee Nicodemus rPritchard a student of Stuart Paul Jefferson in Middleway. and daughter, Cathy of Berryville, : Staunton, Va spent the Miss Ann Smith of Haymarket, Va Va Buddy Nicodemus of Annapolis, ,at the home of her parents, was a Sunday guest of Miss Welford Md and Sonny Nicodemus of Her- Edward Pritchard. Smith at her home Silver Springs. mirage Ridge were Sunday visitors of Warner and son, David, were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nic~demus Sr. of her cousin, Angel were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins were Mrs. Richard Moler in Martinsburg Sunday visitors of their daughter and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and Jenkins were 'guests of Mrs. Lester Jenkins Va, Mrs. Charles Edward Gard- Chuckie and Mac Kearns visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dndson were Satur- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. celebrated his third February 12. Mrs, Austin Nicodemus at the home of her and sister-in-law, Mr. and I. Pope near Berryville, and Brenda Jenkins and Jennifer and friend of ,Va. were Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. James . On returning home Mrs. Iler ; with the iropractic Treats Ifffectively Suffer Another Day CALL 725-9717 m Linda McLaughlin, Jaycee Women To Head Ranson Bike-A.Thon The Central Regional Office of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital an- nounced today that ~Mrs. Linda McLaughlin and The Jaycee Women has agreetl to chair the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Bike-a- Thon in Ransom St. Jude Children's Research Hospital was founded by entertainer Danny Thomas. The institution open- ed its doors to the public in I~ to com- bat catastrophic diseases which afflict our children. St. Jude Hospital is non- sectarian, non-discriminatory and vides total medical care to over 4,200 patients. At St. Jude, scientists and physi- cians are working side by side seeking not only a better means of treatment, but also the causes, cures and preven- tion of these terrible killers. The Bike-a-Thon program is dedicated to "Jaime." Jaime is from Ohio and was diagnosed with ~emia in May of 1~, and began treatment at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Today, her cancer is in remission and she is doing quite well. Jaime is a living example of the pro- gress and success of the research, pa- tient care, and educational programs of this internationally recognized hospital. CHIROPRACTIC. Mildred RANSON. WV Through March 30th Right now, during our Springtime Super Sale. you'll find incredible savings on thousands of Sanitas colors and prints. It's an opportuni you won't want to miss, as &merica's leading name in wallc(nering leads the w~ry in savings! BR&NO WALL~ R~ I Through March 30th QUALITY HOME CENTER 326 West Washington Street Charles Town Phone: 725-4334 '7 Men Of Zion Church Hosted family, Jean and Johnny Gordon ir Winchester, Va. Kitty Hoyle of Gaithersburg, Md. Diane and John Buis of Hanson ant William Whetzel, Sr Frederick, Md, were Sunday visitors of Bessie Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler anc family of Boyce, Va and Mr. anc Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Valen- tine Day visitors of Mr. and Mrs Garland I. Pope, and family in Per. ryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Graves at Boyce, Va had as their guests on Sun- day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jam~ Jenkins Sr. Ladies A capacity crowd of sweethearts en- joyed a luscious roast beef Valentine Day Sweetheart Dinner, Feb. 14, in Zion Episcopal parish hall which was given by the men to honor the ladies of the church. From the dainty placemats to fresh flower centerpieces alotted later to the lady holding the magic paper cup with a winning number, culinary excellence reigned. Every detail was considered; the rolls were warm, the water iced, the beef medium rare, the baked potatoes handsomely jacketed in silver foil, and the peas and salad perfect, with a finale of ice cream top- ped with fresh strawberries, proved men can turn out a banner banquet when they choose. This event was Paul Taylor's initial effort as Key Man at Zion, an office to which he was elected at the January annual meeting. With Paul's expertise at orgardzation and with the continued cooperation of the Valentine Dinner t@am, the ladies are counting on a rerun. As conks Paul Propps and Turner Ramey can take a bow. Others aiding and abetting included Roger Henshaw, the rector, Jim Davis, Randy Hilton, Bill Chesley, Dave Srider, Chuck Kisner, Don Campbell, Henry Daven- port and Tom Steptoe. EYC (Episcopal Young Churchmen) who served unstintingly were: Ryan Hines, Don Noland, Craig Chesley, Chris Chesley, Jesse Morgan, Andy Linton and Ryan Campbell. Elsie Segeran at the piano helped At Sweetheart Dinner the rector lead the men, wearin~ dishtowels as aprons, in a renditio~ of "Let Me Call Yon Sweetheart" whi~.t~ added a dash of spice to the evenin~L Taylor and his wife Gladys, electe l liason 'officer' also at the January a~- nual meeting and co-chairpersoh (,~ Community Ministries, headquarter i at Zion parish house settled in Charh Town two years ago with their t~:o teenage daughters, Becky and Jane~, and their eight year old son, Tim. HOSPITAL BOARD TO MEET FEBRUARY 27 The Board of Managers of Jeffe~m Memorial Hospital will meet in t~ * hospital Board Room on Wednesda , February 27, at 7:30 p.m. This meeti~g is open to the public. Calvary Youth To Hold Pancake Feed The youth of Calvary Assembly God will have a pancake supper Sat~ day, February 23, from 4-8 p.m. Th meal will include pancakes, sausag sausage gravy, and a beverage. T}. price is $3.00 for adults and $1.50 f~,~ children age 12 and under. The proceeds will go to Speed TL-~ Light, a foreign missions endeavor th Youth of the Assemblies of God. La year it raised three and a quarry* million dollars to Foreign Missions Tickets may be purchased by cai~ ing 725-5857: CITIZENS GROUP TO MEET FRIDAY, FEB 22 A meeting of the Citizens Associa- tion of Walnut Grove and Security Hills will be held at Grace Baptist Church, Shenandoah Junction, this Friday, February 22, at 7 p.m. New of- ficers will be elected, the treasurer's report will be given and projects for the coming year will be discussed. LUNCH DINNER It'e A ! ~ : ~v~ ~. .:~ .:~ ~ ~.:.:.~. %~. .: :~ ~ ~:.:~:. .~:~ .~ ~.:. ~ ~:.~.~ %:~ ~ ~ ~ .~ ~ ~:.:~:.~ ~:~ ~:~.~.~.~:~. ~.~ ~:. . .~ .:~ ~ ~:~:~ ~ ~:.~ ~ ":" :: :: .+):. :':i:i:i: + ":': ":" :'X:::: '.'::. :': ":. : " :" :.'-.'-':':'-'.'.'.'.'-" ".'. :':" :" > :-:"-" :-" :'.'-'.'.'-'. :.'- .'-'-" :.'.'.'-'." ". :-:" :" :" :. :-:" :':. :. :".'.'." :" :'." :'-'-'." :" :'.'-'.'.':'.'.".'-'.'.':'.'-'-'. 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Box 35 * Shepherdstown, WV 25443 304/876-2501 Effective Friday, March 1, you're invited to visit us at our new location, 122 North George, at the corner of Liberty Street. We like our new look and think you will tool Join us for a coffee 9 to 5, Saturday 9 to 12. We offer very attractive Auto, Homeowners and Business Owners rates and our Farm Owners premiums are extremely competitive. Stop by or give us a call for a prompt quotation. Incorporating Washington, Alexander & Cooke 122 North George Street In Charles Town since 1870 725-2083 i i i, i,i i i i -- ~ i i