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CAttING ALL KEARNEYSVILLE H [}M|MA IEI Mrs. Wallace Welsh qlkt To You By  ....... = .... - -- L00kMEY&apos;S Congratulations to Paul 'rile IMPORTANT THINGSTO LOOK FOR WHEN YOU BUY FURNITURE are Yo: ds to nber happier ,RAMEV. purchase, and nate the con- land indecision some are troubled with. can use these 3 ort of check list You buy. The 3 are: com- ...Style...construction. s look at them in- how many to consider when buying a ,I They fail that comfort is purpose of these sure you take tion. thing to con- pieces best in your ating scheme? third thing is con- i Unfortunately, you can't see or know about I That's why it's to deal with YOU trust. You take the dealer's  construction. It's know, however, g dealers carry I) Well-constructed may put m us. the above your furniture will be easier. able to get more i furniture dollar never be surer t( you like. Eisenhart, who celebrated his 6th birthday. He was honored with two parties, one was sharing his birthday with the students in his kindergarten class it North Jefferson Elementary School, who enjoyed cake and ice cream. Also he was treated to a party at Shakey's Pizza Parlor in Martinsburg, and to help him celebrate were his little brother Erichis parents, Bill and Brenh, anl his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Willingham. His grand- mother also celebrated a bir- thday the same day. Also Anna Mary Willingham and Bob, Juanita and Dell Anderson were present. Paul received many nice gifts and cards. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and son of Columbia City, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Smallwood and son, Mr. Robert Welsh, Jr., Molly and Bobby. Miss Marsha Martin was guest of honor at a bridal shower last Saturday evening in the social hall of the Grace United Church of Christ. The room was ap- propriately decorated in the wedding colors of blue and pink SATOH JRNITURE PPLIANCES es Town, W. Va. Crown of St Stephen i with streamers and bells. Games were'played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Dean Ott, Mrs. Ed Burwell, Mrs. John Faber and Patti Miller. Guests enjoyed cake, mints, nuts, chips, punch and coffee. Present were the above mentioned and Mrs. W. E. Miller, Sr., Mrs. Lewis Miller, Mrs. Delbert Foutz, Mrs. William Baker, Mrs. Stuart DeBaugh, Mrs. John Hawkins, Mrs. Stuart Miller, Mrs. Ed Burwell, Miss Mary Jane Martin, Mrs. Ercel A. Basere, Heather and Kim, and Samantha Baker. She received many nice gifts from those present and those unable to attend. Miss Martin was united in marriage to Mark Douglas Miller, Saturday, February 18, in the Methodist Church in Bakerton. Mrs. Mary Fritts, Camden, N.J., is spending some time with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and other relatives in Charles Town. Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer were Mr. and Mrs. Edger Mason and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, Hillsboro, Va. Spending the weekend with their grandparents, were, Robin Braithwaite and Stephanie Rickard. Mrs. Robert Brady hosted the meeting of the Edgewood Homemakers Club at the Jef- ferson County Community The Year Round Tractor Tired of Just ttin9 by wilk tket old lewn & gordon Tractor? Here's a 15 horsepower, water cooled, diesel tractor to help you with your many chore's. It will push snow, plow your garden, mow your lawn, and any other job you can think of. Stop out for a demonstr.tion anti let .s show you our. complete Satoh Tractor line. SHADE'S TRACTOR SALES "Arden Road-Your road to savings" 229-S818 Martinsburg, W.Va. ' i Iq today's i: t Ompetltlve business world, Center with 13 members present. President, Mrs. Henry McDonald, presided. For devotions, Mrs. Wallace Welsh used a "Scripture Cake", recipe for her theme. Each member received a copy and followed along as she read the ingredients found in the scripture of the Bible. She closed with a prayer. Being homemakers, roll call was answered with members responding by naming spices. On February 9, the Bloodmobile was in Charles Town and Mrs. Brady helped. Mrs. Harold Burhman made cookies and she and Mrs. Fleeta Writt called names for donors. Ne# business discussed included the upcoming Mountain Heritage and Arts Fair to he June 9-10-11, with the emphasis on more home baked goods at the homemakers booth. Members were asked to save cancelled postage stamps and it was established that their community project was to donate to the Jefferson County Fair fund for the grandstand. Other fund raising projects were discussed. February being of special interest, members en- joyed a craft night with Mrs. Wallace Welsh conducting and helping with making egg carton chicken favors using felt, feathers and flowers and scrap materials. These favors will he taken to the Locust Grove Nursing Home for the residents living there when the club visits during the Easter holidays. The meeting adjourned with the hostess serving refreshments of Valentine cake, candy, nuts, chips, soft drinks and sand- wiches. Mrs. Gilbert Creamer received the door prize. The club will meet Wednesday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Darwin Youler with the lesson "Mark of a Creative Woman in Her home", to he presented by Mrs. Robert Welsh, Jr. Members and friends of the Tri-Parish, consisting of the Christ Churches of Kear- neysville, Shepherdstown and Martinsburg, will hold Lenten services each Wednesday until Easter. Rev. Bronson Staley will host the next service, Wed- ncsday, March l, at 7:30 p.m. at the Christ Church in Kear- neysville. Rev. Staley is also the pastor of the charge, in Shepberdstown and Rev. Bobby Bonds is the pastor of Mar- tinsburg Christ Church. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rickard accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer to visit Mrl and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family in Hillsboro, Va, The occasion was the birthday of David, Jr., who turned 5 years old. The Youth Group of the Grace United Church of Christ met i i i . i doesn't make NOT to advertise! i Ill An Ad in the reaches over 25,000 people Think of it... over 25,000 people!! -- CALL THE -- Display Advertising Dept. Help lsiness 725- 2046 We Can Help Your Business SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1978 10-4 6000 BUDDY Cl ..... +:::'( :] +:, :i =::/! %::i!i11 \\; I0 PC . 4 sans "Finger I.ickin' Good" of Hot I)elous CHICKEN CORN (Orinal, Crispy of BBQ Style) ALL FOR ONtY $ II SAT. & SUN. FEB. 25th &26th Warm Springs Ave. Martinsburg - Wash. St. Charles Town Sunday, at the home of Mrs.} Edith Thomas with 16 members[ present. President, Barbara[ Kenney, opened and introduced I the other officers, secretary,[ Linda Walls and Treasurer, l Melinda Welsh. There was an i election for a new vice president [ with Maria Coon as the winner. [ Business discussed was the l names of adult advisors being * Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Patt WElsh, Mrs. Brenda Eisenhart, and Mrs. Carol Ann Hire; the youth will conduct the Sunrise Service Easter Sunday at 7 p.m. at the church; there will be a silver collection aken at each meeting and those who have birthdays in that month will put the amount of years in the pot; Susie Walls is to have charge of the scrapbook and to send get well and sym- pathy cards in the community and Chruch; it was agreed to meet the third Sunday of each month at the church for annual meetings; the older youth will held an Easter egg hunt for the little ones of the Sunday School, Saturday, March 25; the vice- president will choose a devotional leader for each meeting; meeting adjourned with the group repeating the Lrd's Prayer. Sorry to hear Dougie Hall is confined to his home with a virus. II II "Look at those flames!" The cost of living elsewhere while your burned-out home is ! rebuilt - the cost of meals, laundry, etc. - such 'additional living expense' is paid by a Homeowner or Tenants Policy - from Moore Insurance and Realty Company, Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency. Moore Insurance and Realty .Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke Si" 1870 - CSarls Town, W. Va. dl 1O Nerth rge .. TS-5I I  '1] I I I The Consistory of the Grace United Church of Christ met Sunday to discuss church matters and for election of of- ricers for the coming year: president, Irvin Hall; vice- president, Ray Walls; secretary, Mrs. Brenda Eisenhart, treasurer, John McCarty and assistant treasurer, Mrs. Margie Johnston. Jenelle, April Reed Win Ribbons Jenelle Reed and April Reed of Harpers Ferry, captured rib- bons while participating as members of the Hagerstown YMCA swim team in the West Shore YMCA A.A.U. Tyke meet at Camp Hill, Pa., on February 19. Jenelle earned an 8th place' ribbon in the breastroke and a heat ribbon in the backstroke in the 6.year-old division. April ! claimed a 5th place ribbon while posting her best time in the 6- ceard)ld 25 freestyle. Something to think about: When the cost of living drops, your wages will drop faster. If Radio City Music Hall to [ Computer to check federal close in spring. I employes vs student loans. AUCTIONEER Darwin K. Plumlee RL 1 Hedllesviile W. Va. 25427 Ph i 542874: 2t2ll [] l/ ll Ill FOR SALE NEWSSTAND IN CHARLES TOWN PHONE 725- 3047 Between 5 P. M. and7 P. M. FARM EQUIPMENT & TOOL AUCTION MARCH lOth & llth 12th ANNUAL FREDERICK COUNTY FARM EQUIPMENT, VEHICLE & TOOL SALE Frederick Fair Grounds East Patrick Street Frederick, Maryland Consignments now being listed for future advertising into Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and W. Virginia newspapers and radio stations. FRIDAY, 9:30 A.M. -- Shop tools, lawn equipment, lum- her, fence posts, hay-straw, and miscellaneous small items. Items will be received until Friday noon. SATURDAY, 9:30 A.M. -- Tractors, all type farm machines, heavy shop tools. Trucks and cars sell at 12:00 noon. Items will be received until Friday at  :00 PM. This change is being made in order to accomodate the wishes of buyers and sellers. As always, we wish to give the best service possible in selling your investment. Use this established auction market to turn unused equipment into cash. Itbms will be received starting March 6 through March 10th, 8 AM. to 5 P.M. MEHRLE IN. WACHTER Ijamsville, Md. 21754' 301-8636990 TROUT AUCTIONEERS, INC. 15 N. Court St., Fred., Md. 21701 Phones 301-663-1555 or 301-898.9391 <home) Sale Site Phone 301-6949404 March 6-11 Feb. 16-2t