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GIRL SCOUT COOKIES ARRIVE; ARE BEING DISTRIBUTED Tuesday, March 2, 1,200 cases of Girl Scout cookies arrived at the American Legion Home in downtown and on hand to check the truckload of goodies in were Rachel Feaster, cookie chairman for the area (shown left) and Debbie Cubbage a Girl Scout Leader (right). On March 3, Girl Scout leaders and Girl Scouts of the county began the task of distributing the cookies to the many purchasers. (photo by Tim Sinn) ............ " .... Ervin and Linda Nick and CHESTNUT HILL daughter Missy were visitors on Sunday of Charles and Patsy Everhart Julia Shaffer. Dial 725-8608 Happy birthday wishes go to Lucinda Everhart, Bobby &apos; ................... Longerbeam, Diane Gay, BIRTHDAY Melvin Piper and Kim Piper MrHappy birthday wishes go to who celebrated birthdays on s. Rosie Wilt whose 90th March 8, and to my morn, birthday was on March 4 and Genevieve Grove on March 9, Celebrated on Sunday. and Harold Wilt on March 11. George and SOd Talton and During the week visitors of daughter Roxanne, Mrs. Petrinia Howell were Sunay Malcoma Talton, Dennis and Howard, Brenda Lougerbeam J' Cindy Crawford and son and Barbara Taylor.  lmny, and Jada Hetzell were Visitor on Sunday of Wayne , visitors on Sunday of Melvin and Aretta Cook and sons Sad Ida Piper and daughter Mike and Ray was Douglas Petricia. Cook of Brunswick. 0 i Malcom.a Talton spent the Kay Cook spent Friday Weekend with George and Sed night with his grandmother # TaltonanddaughterRoxanne. Margie Garrett. f Prayers and thoughts go to IT'S A GIRL ff little Dwayne Talton who was Congratulations to Sherman admired to Kennedy Hospital and Percilla Marcus on the 12: in Baltimore for surgery, birth of their new arrival, a t# Teresa Kidwiler spent the daughter born on Friday t Weekend with her friend, March 5 in the Leesburg .di Penny Staubs. Hospital. The little one has Nettle Staubs returned been named Wendy Faye and |home on Sunday after spen- weighed eight pounds and ,f Ir; ] brogthert, cWaksH;i h :ne fourteen ounces. This is the S | fiaughter Linda of Baltimore. first child for Sherman and Percilla. Congratulations also | Visitors on Sunday af- go to the proud grandparents, i ternoon of Netti Staubs, Bobby and Ruby Lougerbeam win and I2nda Staubs and and Herman and Florence FAsCia-children Penny and Eddie Marcus. Mother and baby are tc ! Were Carl Hawk and daughter both home and doing fine. v# |Linda of Baltimore, Rachel Visitors on Sunday of Louise nt [ Grove and Kay art. Howell were Kervin and Linda eo-J Ltnda Hawk of Baltimore Nick and daughter Missy, 2S:t, as a Sunday visitor of Inca Linda Pierson and sons 00wk. Mrs. Mabel Wilt, Dwayne Timmy and Scott Hough. Pebble Stillwell, Carolyn ,  |:Sad Donna Gurner and Sarah Weatherholtz and Betty |mer enjoyed the day on Longerbeam were recent :r\\;e|turday shopping in visitors of Judy Wilson and ! lagerstown. daughter Beth.  | Mr. and Mrs. I.ester Wilt Visitors on Sunday of Edgar I attended the Speedway Show Everhart, Wanda and Angle 10n Saturday held in Hager- were Dale and Kathy Cogle Rown. and daughters Lynn and 'i Sympathy and prayers are Dana, Aretta Cook and sons J leXtended to the family, and Mike and Ray, Mark Cogle, Ifriends of Mr. Joe Casteel. Lyle and Diane Cook and gila, Casteel visited with children Dawn and Chris. litany friends on the weekend Margie Garrett and grand. Cincinnati, Ohio, son Mike Cook attended the Happy belated birthday bowling tournament on ;vAt  go to Dana Hi_ggs who Saturday held at Lee*burg. .. le Celebrated her 13th birthday The Preschooler story hour ok. March 3. is held every Thursday I Sunday visitors of Fred morning beginning at 11:00 |kld Peg Nick were Mae Nick with many activities such as d sons Richie and Wesley, crafts, film strips, exciting ]kld Ervln and Linda Nick and stories, etc. at the library |ughter Missy. located on Polk St., behind Pred and Peg Nick and Harpers Ferry Jr. High catlanddaughter Missy were School. Anyone interested nO PlMtors on Monday of Dead please come and join in with i tl GOn Grove. the preschoolers! NEW CAR REBATES $500, s750 BUICKS-PONTIACS t GMC Trucks ALSO A NtlAT SILICTION OF USED CARS 19111Chev. itation, lr, 4pd, I !,00@ mile= 19111 Ford Plck.up slmrtbed, auto, A/C, I$,000 mile! IN1 Chem. Caprice Cleed 4dr fla., fully eqvipped I0 A Sllt USOLDql, 4Nl, r =r 19N Pontiac Iqenlx Idr HI, 4Id, auto, A/C I 10 Pontiac Sunblrd 4epd, 4cyl, 2dr coupe, sliver 19M amvmlet Cltatlee. Idr HS, Vi, auto, A/C, IMue llk, kk Ild Vt, = OtO ,, A/C, w/qm, rlAvkl 19lFOId Belte M. ldr Holiday Clm, tcqm deck, full power. 19'79 Ferd FMrment 4dr ruder, kld, eute, A/, Blue 21,000 mile= 19"/1  Jlmelm/, 4wd. el, only I0,0@0 mile=. 1978 Pcmtlac Lemons SW, Auto, A/C, PS S PII. 1977 Ferd T41rd, $4,000 mile=, Green Ira4 mere T mmm GOY'S BUICIbPONTIAC-GMC, INC. YOUR LOCAL  SAL/I I I/MCI DIAL/E Just minutes from you on State RL t North Telephone $04-7:25.$4411 Visitors on Friday of Harold and Delma Staubs were Henrietta Sheppard and daughter Angle. Big reminder Saturday March 13 will be the pancake supper beginning at 10:00 a.m. held at the Blue Ridge Fire Dept. come out and support this important event. , L Le LF Ae Le Le Lm L Le L Le LF 0 L Le Le Le L Le L LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 ae m o ae  le    o oo 4m 4de O ae 4, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Smith and sons Middleway and Lt. Col. Wayne Brewer and wife and daughter Megan, Washington, D.C. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brewer on Sunday. Mrs. Charley Brewer who was a surgical patient in City Hospital Martinsburg is now home. Mrs. Kenneth Fritts had a birthday Sunday February Sth Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fritts entertained the Kenneth Fritls at the Golden Corral steak house for dinner on Sunday. Congrastulations to Todd Coyle, Charles TOwn who is among three Shepherd College photography students who will have their photographic works published in an annual represmtlng the best work of college students. Todd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coyle. Some who have birthdays in March are Jeff Bullock, Chad Dilley, Charley Owens, Emma Locke, Sara Hubbard and Ruth Locke. Saturday night Nita and Warren .Collis Nabe and Dot Blue treated Ruth I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 11,198 Locke to a steak dinner at Golden Corral steak house to help celebrate her birthday. The Jefferson Jazz Bsnd has added another honor to its long list of accomplishments. The band competed with four other area bands at Shepherd College, including Musselman, Hedgesville, Franklin and Martinsburg. The two top scoring bands will advance to State Competition in Wheeling nezt Saturday March 13. Jefferson won first place with a score of 3 ones, Martin,burg was second with 2 ones and I two. In the band from Leetown are Eric Stuckey, Mike Propst and this reporters granddaughter Lydia Starliper. Jeff Bullock, Johnsons Bible college Tenn is spending spring break with his parents Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb visited Mrs. Caddie Price in Charles Town last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cam Tabb announce the birth of a new son Roff Allen in Winchester Memorial Hospital March 3rd. Roff weighed 8 lbs. 14 oz. and is 21% inches long. The Tabbs now have 2 boys and 2 girls. The Extension Homemakers Club will meet March 17th at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Lyle Tabb. The lesson will be on Houseplants- Hanging Baskets taught by Bob and Nancy Tabb. .oooooooooooooooooo#m. BOLIVAR Donna Hardy Dial 535-2318 Carrie Creamer and David Carper visited Mrs. Hilda Creamer, and Mrs. Carrie Donivan last week. Mrs. Merrybeil Merchant took Mrs. I-Rlda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donivan out to dinner in Hagerstown, Md. recently. Mrs. Carrie Donivun and Mrs. Hilda Creamer visited her son, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and family in Martinsburg on Sunday. Mrs. Violet Ring and grandson Bradley Ring took Mrs. Rilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donivan to Leesburg, Va. for dinner. _ Mr. Gilbert Creamer and Mrs. Steve Files of Mar- tlnsburg, W.Va. visited Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. Carrie Donivan on Friday. Sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Ethel Lengerbeam of Bolivar. The Eugle United Methodist Church will have a bake sale at the Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry on April 10th starting at 9:00 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Nunn and son were weekend visitors in Bolivar. I III I IIIII IIII II I III I Ill i Full Upper or Lower Dentures 1 from '155 0 [ Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees [ All Imrem & nlm plato aeeepted l EUGENE KLU00, DDS, PA. [ FREDERICK SHOPPINC CENTER I Frederick, Maryland J CI, O.FD THI/RIDA  I EUGENE KLUPT, DDS J. FEINSOD, DMD | 11(301t6624) 131 II HIHI ,, VISA" Mia'ler '"ha/geJ The Polyarma Clas of the Bolivar United Methodist Church is planning a bake sale at the Friendship Fire Hall on April 3rd at 9:30 a.m. Bible study is held every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bolivar United Methodist Church, everyone is invited. Mrs. Elva Knott of Bolivar has returned home aRer being a vatient im Jefferson Memorial Hospital for two weeks. Visitors over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott and daughter were Sandy Higgs and two grand- children Tara and Dougie also her son Douglas Higgs. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisea, were Mr, and Mrs. William Lance of Bolivar and Reid Geronimo of Bolivar. Reid Geronimo attended a breakfast meeting Friday morning at the Town House Restaurant for the Jefferson County Crusade for Christ. RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 Jimmy Newcomb celebrated his 16th birthday on February 27. Mrs. Kay Bcamer and Alan Clark of Morguntown were house guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beamer and daughter Rachel. Mrs. Patsy Reunion and daughter Windy of Hidden River Section were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mrs. Kathy Keckley of Winchester was Wednesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston. 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Those present were J.C. and Nicole Coates, Keith Williams, Crystal Williams, Teresa Shillingburg, Ginger Penwell, Petie Hahn, Robbie Gray, Kim Gray, Lynn Nicodemus, Donna White, Mrs. Barbara Williams and Mrs. Frances Penwell from Rippon. Complimenting Mrs. Crystal Massett of Stephens City a baby shower was held on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elsie Hawkins. The 'guests spent a very pleasant evening, during which the guest of honor was presented with many at- tractive gifts. At the close of the festivities, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess who used blue and pink as theme of her decorations. Pink and blue decol;ated cake adorned the center of the refreshment table. Those who were present for the occasion from Rippon were Mrs. Linda Jenkins, Mrs. Ethel Jenkins, Mrs. Doris Pod,on and daughter, Patricia and Mrs. Iler Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Betty Colbert in Bluemont, Va. Mr. and Mrs, James A. 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