Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
March 11, 1982     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 11, 1982
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




CHARLES TOWN BRIDGE CLUB MAKES PLEDGE TO HOSPITAL Members of the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club was one of the first clubs and or organizations in the county to make a pledge to half-million dollar drive which Jefferson Memorial Hosptial now has underway to pay for a new addition to the hospital. And in the picture above, Mrs. John Allen, treasurer of the Bridge Club, is showing presenting a check as a part payment on a $1,000.00 pledge made by the club, to Mrs. Henry Davenport, associate general chairman of the campaign drive. Mrs. Daven- port and Dr. John L. VanMetre, honorary general chairman of the drive, say they hope other clubs and organizations will follow the move of the Bridge Club and make pledges to the hospital drive. Shown in the above picture also in the background are some of the bridge club members. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 eeoBmBBm.m#PmoBo##Bm Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands Chestnut Hill were Satur- hy visitors of the iatters Irents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard tt. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow son Michael of Walnut were Saturday visitors the latters mother Mrs. Ott and family. $helia Kuhn spent Friday ht with Missy Turner and r mother Mrs. Rachael and son, Gary and grandmother Mrs. Mildred Ane. Mrs. Peggy Ott and aughter Verna and Mr. es Penwell were Tuesday Wening visitors of Mr. and Rudy Combs and family Woodland Trailer Park. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles town was Friday itor of her sister Mrs. Adeline Oden. Mr. Kenny Grove returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. oy Alger from a trip to rida. Mrs. Janlce Hostler was visitor of Mr. and . Carl Viands Sr. My sympathy goes out to the erbeam Family of due to the death of Ethel Longerheam. Mrs. Elda OR was Friday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. ,y Alger. Mrs. Betty Pierson and ughter Pare and son Dwayne were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Ladelle Oft. Mr. Mark Wiley of Mid. dieway was Sunday visitor of his mother Mrs. Cora Wiley. Mrs. Carolyn Cooper was Tuesday visitor of her father Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. Johnny Grove of Charles town was Monday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. Miss Emma Jane Johnson was Sunday visitor of Mrs. Mel Johnson at Millville. Last week visitors of Mrs. Nellie aden, a medical patient at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn OR, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Ladelle Ott, Mrs, Tammy Longer- beam, Miss Sherry aden, Mr. and Mrs. Donald aden, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rexrode, Mr. and Mrs. Philip (}den, Rev. David Forkey. Mrs. Delores Reed and daughter Angle were Thur. sday visitors of Mrs. Janice Hostler. Shelia and Amy Kuhn were Sunday visitors of their grandImrenis Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oft. Mr. Charles WLit of the Bloomery was Saturday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt. Mr. Dick Viands of Leetown was Wednesday visitor of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands, Sr. Verna Ott spent the weekend with her grand- mother Mrs. Ludelle Oft and family. Mrs. Tammy Longerbeam and son Jason of Orchard Hills were Saturday evening visitors of her mother, Mrs, Mazie aden and father Mr. Sammy aden and daughter Kathy and sons, Sam, Jr. Timmy and Vincent. Mrs. Joan Rollison and daughter Bridget of Chestnut Hill were Friday visitors of her father, Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. Leroy Alger was visitor of Mr. Scottie Snowden at Charles Town, on Thursday. Mrs. Caroilyn Cooper was Friday visitor of Mrs. Sharon OtL Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ludelle Oft and family were Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son Michael of Walnut Grove, Mr. Joey Ott of Flowing Springs Road, Dee Dee Sowers, Picky Oft and daughter Deven of Charles Town, Gale Long, Randy Oft and son, Randy Jr., Verna Ott, Pauline Ott and Elda OR. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie aden a patient at Jefferson Memorial Hospital were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Donald aden of Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Philip aden and Bill aden. Miss Brenda Mills of Ranson and Mr. Kenny Grove of Charles Town were Sunday visitores of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. The Womens Auxiliary of the Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Co. will have pancake Day on March 13 at the fire depart- ment beginning at 10 o'clock. Pancakes, usage, coffee and milk will be served. The price Sammy aden, Bey. Sam for adults $2.50, children $1.25. Miller, Rev. Paul Harrup, Mr. Everyone invited to attend. I DR. LEE R. MOORE, JR. OPTOMETRIST VISUAL ACUITY AND GLAUCOMA SCREENING Saturday, March 13 12 p.m. -- 5 p.m. to be held at the Charles Town Plaza Dr. Moore's office II I DR. LEE R. MOORE, JR. OPTOMETRIST Charles Town Plaza P.O. Box 116 Chades Town, WV 25414 (304) 725-1411 I III lant popula- tions, root ength, early vigor, bushels per acre...it's the lan- guage of corn. And you've got to speak it to succeed / We slSeak Corn Production. We make all kinds of short term loans to farmers for equipment purchases, operating expenses, whatever you need 1 for your operation. We're farmer-owned and farmer-controlled. We know what you're up against. Call or come by today FARMING spoken here BIG YIELDS spoken here. FARM CREDIT SERVICE  Charles Town, 304-725-8465  .. Martinsburg 304-263-6951' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 11,1982 My sympathy goes out to the Kimes Family of Charles Town due to the death of Mr. Paul Kimes. Miss Kathy Oden was Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Longerbeam and son Jason at Orchard Hills. Mrs. Joan Rollison and daughter Bridget and sod Trevor of Chestnut Hill were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Carlton at Park View Trailer on Rt. 9. Mr. Leroy Alger was Thursday visitor of Mr. Tommy Garrison at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son Michael of Walnut Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dillow and son Donald Jr., of Millville were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Mrs. Dianne Cline and daughters, Brandy and Brook and son Jason were Saturday visitors of her mother, Mrs. Mary Johnston at the Bloomery. Thursday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oft were Mr. Jim York, Mr. - Charles Oft, Sr. and Mr. WaR Kulm. Monday visitors of Mrs. Nellie aden, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital were Esther aden, Pauline Ott, Ludelle Ott, Merle aden and son Scott, Ruby Oft, Janie Kuhn and Bill aden. Verna Ott and Randy OR Jr. attended a birthday party on Saturday in honor of Leslie Long at the home of her grandparents Mr.  and Mrs. Charles Long at Silver Grove. She was tlree years old. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Longerbeam and son Jason of Orchard Hills were Sunday evening visitors of the tatters mother, Mrs. Marie aden and hther Mr. Sammy Oden and family. Sherri Lynn Buracker of the Bloomery spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Alger. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town and Mrs. Adeline aden were Friday visitors of their mother, Mrs. Eva Bell and granddaughter JoAnne. em House The Old Liberty g George Sts., Charles Town - 725-4420 Auditions for "The Little Foxes" will be held Saturday, March 13 at1 p.m. Mrs. Mazie Oden and son Timmy were Saturday visitors of Sherry Oden, Allen Shirey and daughter Petisha 7 at Millville. Mrs. Delores Reed was Sunday visitor of Mrs. Janice Hostler. E BEST TIME T0-BUY WEEK I II I III III I I Only 24 sets left of kq81 Sea!y00ics We still have a good selection of remaining 1981 Posturepedics- tagged way below new model prices! Now's your chance to buy the Number 1 selling mattress at a price that will soon be history! '60 to '160 Apdl! ,. With exclusive Posturepedic features you'll wake up 00eling so good .00how.00 Z OFFSET COIL SUPPORT LEVEL No roll together and no morning backache from sleeping on a too-soft mattress. POSTURE-GRID" FOUNDATION For greater durability. specialized torsion bars replace box spring coils. \\; MULTI-LAYER COMFORT LEVEL Premium grade cush- ioning materials multi-quilted for puffy comfort These Posturepedic models available this sale: CITATION Twin.. $149 oo Full... 189 oo Queen. s429 King... 579 PREMIER. ' Twin.. $169 oo Queen. $469 o0 Full... $209 o0 King... 00679 Foam available in Premier | I I II I .... I I I I I IIII II I II I m SEE OUR COMPLETE SELECTIONOF SEALY POSTUREPEDIC America's No. 1 selling sleep set promises no morning backache from sleeping on a too-soft mattress, ii ii APPLIANCES TELEVISION STEREO RUGS I II I I I I IIIII I I II I I RAM0000nS "'A"Av* , FRIGIDAIRE HOT POINT JENN-AIR J 1 SERVICE  * AMANA 725 9776 KITCHENAID ON XHE MAIN STREET IN FRIENDLY DOWNTOWN CHARLES TOWN