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6 County Youth In Health Training Harry Childs, Jr senior health science major at Columbia Union Col- lege, Takoma Park, Maryland is one of many students at CUC who are receiv- ing on the job training in Allied Health Service. As part of its community 'out reach' program the college offers a series of health fitness and tests and a lab work- up to community residents at a fiat fee. Seminars at local churches and schools are directed by CUC faculty members from the respiratory therapy, medical technology and health science departments. Six or seven students volunteer in each semester. Childs has helped in four health screenings so far this year. CUC's allied health department recently received attention when 1984 medical technology and medical laboratory graduates attained a 100% passing rate on their national board exams. Childs is the son of Harry and Mary Childs of Middleway. SI LVE R GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle were supper guests last Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Ken- n the occasion being a shrimp feast. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny were visitors on Saturday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters of Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Thelma Cogle, Mrs. Shelva Cogle and Jennifer, Christine Buzzard, Mrs, Hilda *Piper and Mrs. Beatrice Everhart were visitors during the week with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. "Nelson Waters of Harpers Ferry and 'Mr. and Mrs. James Alger of Brunswick, Md were visitors on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and Laura and Kristi of Frederick, Md were visitors during the week with Mrs. Gloria Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and Renee and Melanie were visitors on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Susan Rudy and Waynie and Jess|ca of Knoxville, Md. were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy. Alisha McQueen of Harpers Ferry I LOOk for this bright red sticker and find exciting savlr~s on WalI-Tex wallcovering patterns Y~Jr WaiI-Tex dealer is in- viting you to look for these money-saving stickers on his stOCk Of Wall-Tex sam- ple I:)Ooks. Rr~I them and treat yourself to 30% off the suggested retail price per roll of the patterns you select, choose from exciting con- temporary designs, tradi- ttonais, colonials, metaliics, textures, plaids and fl~-ais; they're all here at remark- able savings. So come in- look for the bright red sticker-and buy yourself a decorating bargain. Sale ends March tOth 211 W. Washington Street Charles Town SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1985 Campsites spent Thursday with her friend Regan Smoot. Mrs. Carolyn Cooper, Mr. Jerry Ott Jr. and family. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Norma and Mr. Pat Hostler, were Saturday Mrs. Kathy Viands of Chestnut Hill Smoot and Brent and Regan were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ott and and Mrs. Ruby Ott were Thursday visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Traeey and Shannon. visitors of Mrs. Janie Kuhn and Ronald Rodgers and Kris of Harpers Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mr. Bill Oden family. Ferry, were Thursday night visitors of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs. Irene McQueen and Alisha of Pauline Adams and family at Orchard daughter, Pam were Sunday visitors Harpers Ferry Campsites, Mrs. Rex- Hills. of the latter's father, Mr. Quinton Ott anne Rickard and Amber of Ran son, Verna Ott spent saturday night and at Valley View Nursing Home, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Darlene Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs. Berkeley Sl ngs. Cole and Mrs. Brenda Chapman and Ludelle Ott. Tracey and' armon Ott and Amy daughter were visitors during the Mrs. Ruby Ott and Mrs. Janie Kuhn Kuhn attended a"bjrthday party on week with Mr. and Mrs. Captain and daughter, Amy were MondaySunday in honor of Amber Hostler at Rodgers and Norma Smoot and Brent evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- McDonalds, Charles Town. Happy bir- and Regan: tin Viands at Chestnut Hill. thday, Amber. Tracey Cole was an overnight guest Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roll|son andMrs. Kathy Viands of Chestnut Hill on saturday night with her friend Jen- daughter, Bridget and son, Trevor, of was a Friday visitor of Mrs. Helen nifer Cogle. Chestnut Hill were saturday visitors Radclift and Mr. Geroge Greenwalt at Brian Whitehair of Harpers Ferry of the latter's father, Mr. Quinton Ott, Bakerton. was a visitor during the week with his a patient at the Valley View Nursing Mrs. Ruby Ott was a Friday visitor grandmother Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Home, Berkeley Springs. of Mrs. Pauline Ott. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hibbitts of MANNINGS a Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Harpers Ferry Mountain Club Mr. Cora Wiley and brother, Paul NatLan. and Mrs. Danny Ott and daughters, Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rollison andTracey and Shannon were Sunday Dial 725-8678 daughter, Bridget and son, Trover of evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Carolyn Cooper Hostler and son, Bruce. Mrs. Marsha Kidwell of Dark Lane and son, Seottie and Tracey and Shan- Mrs. Ludelle Ott and grand- near Leetown and Mrs. Lisa Chic- non Ott attended the church supper in daughter, Verna, Mrs. Elda OCt and chiriehi of Ranson, were Tuesday the Fellowship Hall at the Chestnut Mrs. Pauline OCt were Saturday night night visitom of their parents, Mr. and Hill United Methodist Church on visitors of Mrs. Carrie Breeden and Mrs. Philip Oden. Saturday. granddaughter, Stacey at Grape's Mrs. Agnes Spabenau of near Julia Norris of Shanandale and Sam Trailer Park. Hillsboro, Virginia, Mrs. Pauline Ott eden, Jr. were Saturday visitors of Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ludelle OCt were Friday Mrs. Pauline Ott. Millard Ott were Shelly Smullen of night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles My sympathy goes out to the Run|on Blair, Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway, Ott, Jr. and family and Mrs. Elda Ott. family on Hostler's Road. Mrs. Janie Kuhn and daughters. Mrs. Adeline Oden was a Friday Shelly Smullen of Blair spent Friday Shelia, Becky and Amy. visitor of her mother, Mrs. Eva Bell night and saturday with her friend Miss Julia Norris of Shah- and JoAnn. Shelia Kuhn and family, andale, Mr. sam eden, Jr. were Mrs. Ruby OCt and daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Debbie Combs and son, Chris saturday night visitors of Mr. and Janie Kuhn were Monday evening and Mrs. Betty Hardy were Wednes- Mrs. Bruce Longerbeam and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiley day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Smanatha and son, Jason at at Ransom Millard OCt. Orchard Hills. Mrs. Ruby Ott, Mrs. Janie Kuhn and Mrs. Diane Cline and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. David Kidwell, Jr. of daughter, Amy and Verna Ott attend- Brandy and Brook, and son, Jason. Dark Lane and Mrs. Lisa Chicchirichi ed a birthday party on Saturday in were visitors of her mother, Mrs. of Ranson were Saturday evening honor of Chris Combs on his fifth bar- Mary Johnston at the Bloomery. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Philip eden. thday at the home of his parents, Mr. Ricky Ott, Deanna Sowers and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ott and son, and Mrs. Rudy Combs. Happy birth- daughter, Devan and Mrs. Diane Bandy. Jr. were Saturday visitors of day, Chris. Kerns and Mrs. Pauline OtL were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Darlene Weister and son.Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Charles Long and family at Silver August, were Thursday visitors of her Ludelle Ott. Grove. parents, Mr. and Mrs.Guilford Turner Snapper Ott spent Saturday night Mrs. Pauline Ott was a Sunday even- and family, with his father and step-mother, Mr. ing visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Donald I was very sorry to hear that my and Mrs. Charles Ott, Jr, and grand- aunt, Mrs. Mabel Wilt of Chestnut Hill mother, Mrs. Elda Ott. f am am am -- am am am am am am m -- am is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, II lUl Mr. and Mrs. Duane Turner and Michael, of Walnut Grove, were Sun- | V m daughter, Sarah Beth and son, Perry, day morning visitors of the latter's II and Mrs. Sarah Turner, went to mother, Mrs. Ludelle Ott. II Chestnut Hill and picked up the latter's Mrs. Sarah Turner spent Sunday II mother, Mrs, Mabel Wilt and then evening with her mother, Mrs. Mabel II : : drove to Hagerstown, Maryland and Wilt at Chestnut Hill. II had dinner at Richardsons on Miss Julia Norris of Shanandale was II : Saturday: a Saturday visitor of Mr. Sam Oden, II I e OJkt 725-0547 24 HOUR RECORDED CHIROPRACTIC INFORMATION Dr. D. Sam Oden at Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rexrode and son, Jason of Shepherdstown Road, spent the week-end with the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rexrode at Petersburg, W. Va. Bridget and Trevor Roll|son of Chestnut Hill attended a birthday par- ty at McDonalds, Charles Town, on Sunday evening in honor of Arran Piper. Happy birthday, Arran. Mrs. Sharon OCt was a Saturday evening visitor of Mrs. Jan|co Hostler. Mrs. Mary Wiley returned to her home on Friday from Winchester Medical Center, Winchester, Virginia where she had been a medical patient. Mrs. Teresa Vincent and daughter. Leslie and son. R.J of Harpers Ferry Mountain Club were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wiley and sons. Robert Woodward of Bakerton spent several nights last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden at Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Ott of Flowing Springs Road, and Mrs. Pauline Ott were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ludelle Ott, Shelby Adams and son, Brent of Roanoke, Virginia are visiting her mother, Mrs. Pauline Adams and family at Orchard Hills. Mrs. Gail Rexrode and son, Jason of Shepherdstown Road ere Sunday evening visitors of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden at Engle. Mrs. Terry Staubs was a visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor and family at Orchard Hills. Mrs. Betty Chamblin of Ranson was a Thursday evening visitor of Mrs. Pauline Adams and family at Orchard Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden were Sun- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David KidweU, Jr. on Darke Lane. Mrs. Betty Pierson and son, Duane of WillowBrook Housing Development, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Adelme Oden. Mrs. Mabel Wilt of Chestnut Hill, August Weister of Hostler's Road, Roy. and Mrs. James Holtz, Mrs. May I | Ill II II I I II II Ill II II II II Ill I Ill LENNON , II II Thanks you for His 25-Yrs. as II A Distributor of Imprinted II II Balloons, Pens, Litter Bags, II Business Gifts, etc. II I II II I II : Write for Prices To P.O. Box 298, Charles Town, W.Va. I Tom is a Vet. W.W. II, Was Assigned To The II Op. Rm. - N.D. Baker in '44. Tom Set up The V.A. Hosp. in '46 and BeGame Chief Attendant. IS Wiley and Sarah Turner d! Robert and Scottie Engle, are on the sick remember them in Shelby Adams and Roanoke. Virginia. MrS Adams, Tammy Miller of Orchard Hills. were Friday night visitorsf Mrs. Leo Soberman and Missy Sue at Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Gone day visitors of the Mrs. Annabelle Kerns Charles Town. Sammy eden was a of his sister, Mrs. Paul|net Samantha and Jason Orchard Hills were visitors of their and Maxie eden Mr. and Mrs. David Michael of Walnut visitors of the Jessie Dillow. 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