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Charles Town, West Virginia
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February 28, 1985

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For Citizens Activities and Pro- ,the week of March 4-8: : The Jefferson on Aging Board of will hold their monthly 12:00 pm on Friday, March I at the Senior Center Avenue, Ranson. March 4 -- 10:30 a.m. ,ises, March 5 -- t2:00 noon Bowling League - Rt. 340 East; 12:30 Class, Dining Room; Tax Counseling, Charles (By appointment only "Heart-to-Heart" Pro- P.m. City Hospital - Final 263-8971, ext. 1517. March 6 -- 10:30 a.m. Exercises; 10:00 a.m. 12 ; l:30p.m. appointment only, 12:30 p.m. Program on Supplemental Insurance Room. L March 7 -- 10 a.m. to 3 Senior Advocate Visit to Jefferson County - consumer complaints, insurance, nursing homes, Crawley-Woods at make an appointment assistance by phone; Lessons for Seniors - 2:00 room; "Golden Vitality i:30 p.m. Dinner, 6: 15 Pro- Supplemental In- - City Hospital, Mar- Call 263-8971, ext. 1341 for March 8 -- 10:30 a.m. Exercises; 1:30 p.m. (by appointment only Program settees a hot Monday through Friday) 60 plus, their spouses ~at ll:30a.m. Please in advance Site Supervisor Betty SATELLITE will reopen their in the Social Hall of Methodist Church this March 6 -- 9:00 a.m. (by appointment only, 10:00 a.m. Arts, and Covered Dish; Blood Pressure Clinic. RRY SATELLITE Center, across March 5 -- 10:00 a.m. - Crafts, games - bring ;March 8 -- 10:00 a.m. - 12 (by appointment | notes for Jefferson County: "~ 6O or older, residing in Jef- f and have problera~ you race with in your contact one of our Title Service Workers (Anna or Susan Winston) by call- For super service and competitive rates on car insurance Federal Social Services ,the Area Agency on the match and fund- agreement with the artment of Human County Council on Ag- ; of the Jeffer- Way. LEETOWN Ruth Locke 725-8309 Blue had a holiday so touring, went to Retha and had lunch, the Airport and visited Kenneth Fegans. When r we don't let it go to go over roads we haven't for some time. MEETING 1 Ruth Locke enter- Homemakers U.N. Methodist Wednesday. Nineteen and three guests were had devotions tell- about Lincoln and work day, three sewing ironing board were Tabb asked for things Center in Romney. and Cooking utensils for the Shenan- home. Elizabeth Rid- an appliqued quilt she which needed to be put mndwiches and with coffee tea. When the they had fmisbed bibs, twelve infant bibs bibs, nine baby blankets The blankets were for the hospital. Tabb gave a book report en ton and Josephine one on "First We have March meeting will be is home from the had surgery in Win- Center Wednesday. week at the flu. r to Lib Baechtel. Her him- (Butch) Baedltel of Bar- week in the hospital. a long time friend attend- Wednesday a few days with Lib. three from the U.N. Satm y night. z Collis. Douglas B. Lutman Winner 1984 Leaders Equitable Award Martinsburg -- Douglas B. Lutman has been named a winner of the 1984 National Leaders Corp by The Equit- able Life Assurance Society of the U.S. This prestigious company cita- .tion is awarded in recognition of superior production achievement in in- surance sales and is presented each year to outstanding Equitable agents. Mr. Lutman, a graduate of Shepherd College and a former teacher and coach in the Jefferson County School system, joined Equitable in 1977. Doug is the District Manager of the local Equitable Financial Services of- fice, is a member of the Eastern Panhandle Life Underwriter Associa- tion and a qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table. He and his spouse, Pat of Berkeley Springs have two childen and live on the Summit Point Road, Charles Town. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1985 Grassland Seminar In Romney March 7 A Grassland Seminar will be held March 7 at the U.S. Army Reserve Center in Romney. Co-sponsors-are the Eastern Panhandle and Potomac Valley Soil Conservation Districts. The meeting wil start at 9:30 a m. and con- clude at 3:00 p.m. Speakers at the event will include local grassland farmers and represen- tatives from the Soil Conservation Ser- vice, West Virginia University and WVU Extension Service. Topics will include various aspects of grasslan~ farming, including pasture management, contract graz- ing, and no-till pasture planting and renovation. Lunch will be served at a cost of $2.50 per person. ReservaUons are due by March 5. For more information and liegistra- tion forms, "contact the Conservation Service office in Hanson. The number is 725-3471. and Dorothy Blue celebrated their 39th and Angel Jenkins and daughter, wedding anniversary Saturday. They, Heather were Tue~lay guests of Mr. with Was and Kathy Dilley, had din- and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. ner in Berkeley Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kostecka of The Summit Point, Middleway and Sterling Park, Va visited Mr. and Leetown U.N. Methodist men will Mrs. Sonny Poston Sunday. meet at the Leetown Church on Man. Sonny Nicodemus was a Sunday night March 4,1!~S at 7 :00 o'clock p.m. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenkins of Winchester, Va were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mrs. Carl Pearson of Summit Point was a Friday guest of her daughter, B~irbara Jenkins. Audrey Graves of Boyce~', Va was a Thursday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Colbert of Bluemont, Va were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston. Congratulations to Anna Bell Hough, Jimmy Newcome, Leo Jenkins, Eugene Campbell and Margaret Stickles on observing their birthdays this week. Joe and Rose Rinker and son of Win- chester, Va were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Jenkins and son. Annabell Hough celebrated her 75th birthday Sunday, February 24 at her home with a turkey dinner with all trimming along with pound cake and ice cream. Those attending were her husband, Raymond Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Gardner and son, Chuckle. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and daughter, Eyvon of Boyce, Va and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicndemus were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Peggy Hart and family in Berryville, Va. Wayne Lancaster from Potomac Edison will be the speaker for the pro- gram. All men of these churches are urged to attend this meeting. The Rev. Frum will start conrn'ma- tion classes on March 2. Four con- socutive weeks. Classes will be held at Middleway Church from 2-3 p.m. Idella Harden is home from Mrs. Montell Ashwoods in Charles Town whore she spent a month. On Sunday she spent the day with Doug and Josie Henry, Vanclevesville. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Nerren in Perrine, Florida, for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William White and son, Kyle of Winchester, Va and Bill Gray were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Harris Jr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richards of Ber- ryviUe, Va Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith and son, Zachery of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. James Long and children of Summit Point were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Richards and daughters. Jean Gordon of Winchester, Va Patty Gordon and son, Scan of Ber- ryville, Va Doris Dodson of Leetown Stop in and let's taDk facts and figures. YOUr GOOO NBGHIIOR RUSSELL L. CAVE SLI EucUd Ave. Charles Town, W.Va. PHONE: 72S-nI 1 L/he A ~ Ne/l~l~r State Farm/s There LOCALLY 83 Pontiac Gran Prix, White w/White V-Top, LJ Model, AC, PS. PB, Stereo, V8 Engine, 36,000 miles ONLY $9,195 81 aids Toronadc Cpe Tan w/Brown I",LqL 'oP, Fully Equ ipped, Covers, Stereo ano ,Gre. WAS $9,695 NOW $8,495 82 Ford Granada t 4DR, Brown w/Landau Top, Power windows, Power Seat, Auto, AC, 14,000 miles $6,495 82 Camaro 7.28, White w/Gold Graphics, A/C, Pwr. Windows Stereo, Pwr, DR Locks, with only 21,000. WAS $9,695 * NOW $9,195 8t Pontiac Gran-Prix LE, Two Tone Green, 301-V8, A/C, PS, PB, Stereo w/Tape player, wire whl. cvrs WAS $6,995 * NOW $6,495 80 Chev. Monza 2DR, DK Blue, Auto/Trans 4Cylinder. WAS $3,295 * NOW $2,895 ~, , 77 Pontiac 'o 2DR, LT: Maroon ierior, PS, PB. A/C ,wner. WAS $1,9' NOW $1,795 OWNED 84 Mercury Topaz GS 4DR, Blue, 4Cyl Automatic, AC, PS, PB, Stereo Radio. 18,000 miles ONLY $7,495 114 Pontiac Flare Spt. Cpe White, A/C, Auto/Trans Stereo, Rear Defogger, Local One Owner. WAS $9.195 * NOW $8,695; 81 Oldsmobile 98 2DR, Gold w/Landau Top, Fully Equipp , All power accessories, Beautiful Automobile, $9,895 78 Cadiloc Eldorado, White w/Red Leather interior, Fully Equipped, Local One owner. Was $4,495 * NOW $3,995 80 Mercury Zepher 2DR, Red, 4Cyl Auto/Trans PS WAS $2,995 * NOW $2,695 80 Ford drd Cpe White, Ft PS, PB, A/C, NOW $4,g95 1983 Jeep CJ7 Renegade: Equip.w/GCyl 5-Spd Soft Top, Stereo w/Cassette, Gr. Pt. w /Sport Stripes, Wh/Spoke Whls 4WD forflhis winter, fun driving this summer. Only 21,000 Miles WAS $8,495 NOW $7,995 BUICK-PONTIAC-OLDSMOBILE.GMC, Inc. State Route 9 North (Just Outside Ranson) Charles Town PHONE: 725-3448 * "TRADES ACCE PTED AT WHOLESALE" We're tha g/on with IIJl% nl. atic Transmimk Savinls. discount paclBles. Md cash back in- tontine Yon're seen m thmUlh tke teqh times m we're payinl yon back the best way we can. See your Dodle.d. kN all the Get annual I Conl p rm fl KinI on new Omnis, Charlen and Daytonas tin" Imm thmgh Cmmti FINANCING contribution may affect final price FREE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSLONS Aries 2-Door Dndp is t n| free kkls SUlm' K automatic tranmissions to dealers so we can pass the say. inp m to DISCOUNT PACKAGES Omni Get Automatic or Monual Trammaiss Oiscwnt rKk p on new Omm Omgm, m get on bctnd U&. l It Dodip $500.00 $300 cash back on Ramch l and 2- and /,-wheel drive Ram I00 and IS0 l ckups. $500 cash back on 2- and 4.4duel drive Ibm 250 and 350 p :ku Power Ram Wl00 Pickup of Quee R==e 30 .267.B908 "Qua~fly Service at Competitive Prices" Buddy Nichols and wife, Joyce of Stephens City, Va Patty Gordon and son of Winchester, Va Ethel Combs, Peggy Smallwood and Angel Jenkins and daughter, Heather were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Sr. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Ken- neth Feagans of Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Coons of Winchester, Va and Dorothea Feigley. 13 Bessie Price, Chris Harrison, Dorothea Feigley and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus attended Hillbrook Irm, Bed and Breakfast Lodging in Summit Point at the home of Gretchen Carroll owner and operator, located on historic Bullskin Run on country acreage which George Washington once farmed. 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I III I ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE ON NEW DELIVERY MUST BE TAKEN BY MARCH 31st. aids Cutlass Clara LS Sedan 1985 Buick LeSabre Arriving Daily from the Factory OVER GMC TRUCKS IN STOCK, READY FOR DELIVERY AT Giand-Prix BUICK-PONTIAC-OLDSMOBILE-GMC State Route 9 North (Just Outside Ronson)Charles Town PHONE: 725"3448 A4 EMPLOYEE PURCHASES WELCOME WE HAVE GMAC FINANCING I YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR GM SALES 8, SERVICE Also See Our Used Car Ad on This Page for the Areas Best Selections I III I I II