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February 21, 1985

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 1985 If you think you're paying more than you need to for car insurance Z second month with the com- There are many attractive new was named as the leading books at the Old Charles To~n Libra," for the month of brighten the gloomy season. A lit- "Pepper- fie humor is always welcome, and the high school and Shepherd adult collection has several additions is well known in Jefferson worth mentioning. Virgins by Caryl and the area for his musical Rivers proves in hilarious detail that he directed and played with there was, indeed, life in the 1950's. ~band and with other bands for Lile Its Ownself by Dan Jenkins con- He is the father of tinues the story of Billy Clyde Puekett t, David, Jr. who is now atten- which began in Semi-Tough, probably the funniest football story ever told. Robert Day's The Last Cattle Drive support will convince anyone that the spirit of Session Set the old West is not dead. All fans of Regency romances will welcome Joan Aiken Hedge's new AIzheimer's Disease Family biography, The Private ~'orld of Group will meet WednesdayGeorgette Heyer. Carefully research- 27 at 12 noon in the Charles ed, it is illustrated with not only Olds Sales Staff 0f Town Library auditorium. Persons having a loved one at home photographs of Miss Heyer and her popular. These books will not only add De~ or in a nursing home with severe family, but aL~o relics and scenes from color to the collection but will be ap- Ford Truck L memo~' loss are iw,ited to share their the historical periods about which she preciated by those who use them experiences with others in the same wrote, g ill R situation. In the children's room, both the r eseuer The atmosphere is relaxed and in- Newbery and Caldicott winners are formal. Coffee will be served. Par- represented along with other colorful "Now Identified ticipants are free to bring a hag lunch, arrivals. Trouble for Trumpets by For more information, call Anne Buz- Peter Dallas-Smith is the sort of pic- In the February 7 issue of the Spirit zy at 725-4044 or 725-5498. ture book which fascinates older of Jefferson, a front page story The Alzheimer's Disease Family children. The many illustrations in- described the perils encountered by Support Group is sponsored by the Jef- clude full color scenes with intriguing 68-year-old Carl Brill, whose car ran ferson County Committee on Aging, at and delightful details. The "Find Your into three-foot-deep water on the 103 W. 5th Avenue in Ranson. The Fate Adventure" stones have been Bloomer)' Road on February 3 and left group meets the second Wednesday of popular, and the four new ones featur- Brill stranded in the water. each month at the Calvary United ing Indiana Jones will not disappoint Brill, who was holding onto a fence Methodist Church in Martinsburgtheir readers. All of these books are to avoid being swept away, was ( 11: 30 a.m ! and the fourth Wednesday ready to be borrowed: ff they are not rescued by a man who walked into the of each month at the Charles Town available, ask to have your name put water and walked Brill to safety. ' Librar3' ( 12 noon ~. The purlx~e of the on a reserve card. That man has now been identified as meeting to o allow people who have The Library. Board and staff want to Carl Penwell, 37, of Route 1, Charles memory-impaired loved ones to share thank Mrs. Frances Johnson fromTown. Penwell, who resides "near the was made recently their experiences, give and receive Shannondale and the girls of Cadette scene of the incident, said he had no of Massey Ford Company, comfort and information. Girl Scout Troop 400 who organized a hesitation about abiding a neighbor Md. that David T. (Pep- book drive for the benefit of the and that the only ill effect he suffered Sr son of Katherine Many Attractive Library. Their hard work and the was cold. generosity of the donors were really and the late Kenneth L. The water on the roadway was caus- own. has joined New Books At 01d worthwhile as the Library was given ed by an ice jam on the Shenandoah over 250 books of excellent quality. River which caused flooding between Massey Truck Depart- Charles Town Library Many were non-fiction gardening and the time Brill left his home to go to salesman. And although on- sewing works which are always church and the time he returned. EXTENDED THESE CARS SALE PRICED, SALE EXTENDED THRU SATURDAY Toronado Cpe Ton 80 Ford Thunderbird Cpe Landau Top, Fully White, Red interior, PS, PB, A/C, WAS $5,495, NOW $4,895 II Gas Dic cI. Jurb{ card 76 cu. h. of carg{ in back. (omc in and gc[ carried A car can believe in. MOTORS, INC. PHO.E 662-2soo "Home 0tl Service~ Located at Route 7 and Interlltele It W:nChelte~, Ye c . . : LY - 1. 2. 2"" ' Laboratory At VA Medical Center Is Given Accreditation The Laboratory at the Veteran s Ad- ministration Medical Center, Mar- tinsburg, West Virginia, has been awarded a two-year accreditation by the Commission on Laboratory Ac- creditation of the College of American Pathologists ~CAP), based on results of a recent on-site inspection. 15 creditation Program is one of the few recognized by the federal government as requiring adherence to standards equal to or more stringent than the government's own. The inspection ikself is one of the most rigorous a laboratory can experience, and may require up to a year of advance preparation by the laboratory staff John K. Duckworth, M.D, F.C.A.P chairman of the commission, advised the Chief of Laboratory ~rvice, George P. Btundell, MD of this na- tional recognition and congratulated him and his staff on the "excellence of service you are providing patients and their physicians.' The Laboratory at the Veterans Administration Medical Center is one of 3,000 CAP-accredited laboratories nationwide. Today the CAP Laboratory Ac- Excellent Selection- Service- Satisfaction 1985 Civic DX ,ore S6529.* 1985 Wagons ,ro~ S7195.* 1985 4-Dr. Accords ,~o~ s8845.* Prices-plus freight, prep, tags, and tax if any. Preludes & CRX's Also In-Stock "We're Looking For Nice Trade.Ins" Famil Owned & Operated For Over 25 Years C, :, O P!J :A IX