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March 17, 1983

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" Moose Aid Charles Town Junior I gh Band Trip Charles Town Loyal Order of Moose 948 has helped the Charles Town Jr. High School Band realize a trip to Ocean City. Shown above are Lodge Governor Dave Cheshire, left presenting a check to Warren Mickey, President, Band Parents. Also pictured is Lodge Trustee Paul Montfort. L I I I CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H.H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 Typical March weather the last week was invigorating for joggers but devastating to the newly-styled hardos of the ladies. Many scarves and tur- bans were seen to protect coif- fure beauty. I will be glad if the above column reaches my col- umn this week. Last week several items didn't get by the . proof readers. Maybe my effort to inject a bit of humor every cake with the assistance of her now and then is lost on the "cut- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan tingroom" floor. 0 weft Landes and three great- BIG CELEBRATION grandchildren who gave the Arlean Funkhonser and Ar- party in Mrs. Tanner's honor. rah Mae Lehman of RELAXED BRIDGE Washington Village motored to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spinks of Harrisonburg, Va March 9 to Second Avenue were hosts on attend the celebration of the Saturday night for a table of birthday of Arlean's sister-in- bridge. Delicious refreshments law, Janet Tanner. The recep- were served at a late hour tion was held in the new C~urch following a heated contest with of the Brethren in Weyers Doris Dailey the big winner, Cave, Va. Anne runner-up, Ed Third and The reception room was trailing in the heat was yours decorated with floral gifts for truly. Fun though! the harmced guest. Mrs. Tanner " Another ~ence l had this cut the three-tiered birthday week bears mention. That is ( % MINI COURSES O O O O FUN ENRICHMENT PERSON GROWTH SCHEDULE Course Day Date Time Location Fee AssertivanessTraining Man. 3-28-83 7:00-9:00White Hal] |17.00 Basic Quilting Man. 3-21-83 Care of House Plants Wed. 3-23-83 Helping Your Child Achieve in School Tues. 3-22-tl3 International Gourmet Man. 3-21-83 Financial Planning for Retirement Thurs. 3-31-83 Job Hunting/Resume Writing Tues 7:00-9:00 109 White Hall $19.00 6:00-8:00310 Stu-Slon $15.00 Hall 7:00-9:00113 White Hall $19.90 6:00-8:30StwSlon $30.00 Hall 7:00-9:00106 White ~ $15.00 7:30.9:00307 White Hall $15.00 Learning How to Learn: ColLege Study Skills WorkShop Wed. 3-23-83 6:30-9:00 206 Knutti Hall $25.00 7:00-9:00 306 White Hail $19.00 Mountain Dulcimer for Beginners Wed. 3-23-83 7:00-9:00 M16Art Center $X9.00 A Musical Theatre Art Ctr Experience FrL 3-25-83 7:00-8: Theatre Photograp c Development: Communicating in Pictures Preventive Health Care Exercise Self Defense for Men and Women Tues. 3-22-83 6:008:30 A12 Art Center M-W-F 3-21413 llam-lpm IGIGIGI "CTee T-Th. 3-22-83 6:30-8: IGI "Cree |Iil.00" $-O- $25.00 * includes transportation and two dinner theatre productions (dinner included) and 1 Musical at Shepherd. To receive a brochure with course descriptions and re- gistration information, please complete the coupon below and marl to the Office of Continuing Education, Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, West Virginia 2,5443 or call 304 764 511, extension 218. COUPON immlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmII m m m Name: Phone: m I I Addr,s: I I I City: State: Zip: I I and Marl to: The Office of Continuing Education I I College I I erd town, WV Z5443 n Course Brochure [ ~ II II II n II uII II II II n II u n II II II II II II u nII II II II II II IIII II II n SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 5 that I substituted in a. bridge foursome of professionals. In- stead of a relaxed five hours of conversation and nibbling on goodies and quench-thirsters during the game at Spinks, I tried to participate in a bridge marathon of playing 36 hands in two and a half hours. Talk about speed! Playing to win never entered my head, just a prayerfor time to evaluate my hand I love those gais and for the opportunity to brush up on my game but found I couldn't take the stress in automatic or com- puter competition. I came home, cooked a steak for myself, resisted the urge to take a ten-milligram valium to settle my nerves, then went to bed. Yes, Evelyn Shoemaker, Kitty Lou McCormick and Marge Wilt gave me a good lesson but also a frayed nerves reaction. Given a second chance, I'll try to condition my reflexes and remain calm with them. NEWS BRIEFS Over 70 AARP members at- tended the regular meeting on Thursday March 10 at Asbury Methodist Church During routine business a report indicated that $225 was the result of the ceramic Christmas tree project. Kathryn Lusby, chairman of the ways and means commit- tee, reported that the proceeds had been sent to Jefferson Memorial Hospital Building WE MAKE WE BUY Call 1-267-8905 or 876-2150 Fund which helped reduce the $I,000 pledge to the program. Following the meeting, members enjoyed a pot-luck luncheon. Harold McKee, Sr is a pa- tient in N.D. Baker Veterans Center in Martinsburg where he is recovering from lung surgery. Diagnostic tests in- dicated that he had a lung cancer, however the surgery revealed the fact that his pro- blem was a fungus-type growth. The operation was per- formed last Monday. Reports indicate that the prognosis is good, that he is making pro- gress in reeowery and that he is looking forward to returning home on East Washington Street where he lives with his family, Charles and Winona (Scotty) McKee Marcus Tim Sinn, Washington Village, entertained at his home with a birthday dinner to celebrate the birthday of Arlean Funkhouser, his neighbor Recent local visitors at the Winter home of Donald and Marie Eackles in Ormond Beach, Florida, were Louise Leonard, Mr and Mrs. Ken Akers, Edith Croghan, Mr and TRY OUR DELl DELIGHTS Compare Our Prices and Quality With Any Area Store. HOURS: 9A.M.- 10P.M. s Fresh I A.M. - 1O P.M. Setml 11 A.M 6 P.M. Fresh III Mrs. Jimmie Morison and Min- nie Mentzer. The guests have all returned home from their trips. Speaking of fun in an earlier paragraph, also birthdays, I am soon facing one. They can be fun and funny too. I receiv- ed a card from a old friend with this sentiment: "We're not old, we're just mature! In fact this morning I was so mature I could hardly get out of bed." As I always say, it isn't easy to ac- cept bifd~days and normal "in- firmities." I actually had to because my family flatly refus- ed to humor their mothers' ailments and old age so what could I do - forget it. I do alright. Maybe a little "flakey" at times but who cares. ARTS CLASSES Beginning Tuesday, March 22 and running for a period of 10 weeks, Michael Harding will conduct an Art Class at the Civic Center in downtown Charles Town The classes will run from 7:30 until 9:30 pm The class will be painting - any medium and anyone is welcome from the amateurs to seasoned painters Mr and Mrs Robert Peaweli, Mannings entertained on Sunday March 13, with a turkey dinner at their home, in of their daughter-in-law, Lynn's birthday. Pre- sent were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Penwell, daughter Lindsay, Mannings and Mr. and Mrs. George Milton, Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. Chuckle: Remember if you gripe all day you can expect to be dog tired at night. Hospital Auxiliary To Meet March 23 The Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will meet at the Hospital Wednesday March 23 at 2:00 pm Mrs Hugh Voress, president is making a special appeal to all voltmteers, and active members to attend and help with this important phnning session and meeting r VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON IS WORTH FIVE DOLLARS TOWARD THE PREPARATION OF YOUR INCOME TAX RETURNS *Filing a proper tax return is more difficult than ever. Hire a professional--so as to pay only the tax you owe. CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT 725-9428 WILLARD B. MARTIN gl9 Belvedere Drive Charles Town GOOD UNTIL APRIL 1, 1953 State Rt. 45, West 876-2222 We Have the Most Complete Dell-Bakery in the Area. Breads Sweet Rolls, Rolls All Baked Fresh Daily. Pies This Wook Wo AreFeaturing: Esskay Sweet Corn Ham lb. Homemade Potato Salad lb. Baked White Bread (t s OZ') Baked Kaiser Rolls 6 for III / i t Close-Out Offer of a Best Seller At Our Lowest Price Ever. Enable= You to Cassette Record Other Cassettes, 8-tracks, Records, Radio Programs, or "Live" Using Mikes (not incl.). JC;PENNEY 5-MOOE HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER t.~c. tower unit features TUNER/AMPLIFiER ~as AM/FM stereo recever, frequencw readout tuning ~tor LED (~Jn9 ~) FM stereo indicator, lighted tuning d~at Rotary controls for volume. ~, tumng, ~ion ~ with LED in t~ Pusl~llons for power, toudrm"~, lorle defeat speaker ~. Jacl