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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1978 ALL-TIM E CHAM P A cancelled check has never lost an argument yet over the payment of a.bill. If you don't pay by check, you would be wise to do so before another week goes by. Stop in. II MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Deferred From Last Week The community send get well wishes to Mr. Max Brown, who is a patient in the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown. Mrs. Nannie Kackley returned home on Tuesday from the Winchester hospital and had a turn for the worse and was returned to the hospital Friday by the Rescue Squad from- Winchester. Mrs. Kackley is the mother of Mrs. Laurence Ring, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White in Martinsburg Saturday. MEMBER FD, IC III I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley, residents of Middleway. St., entertained on Sunday, at a Mrs. Kenneth Campbell of turkey dinner with all the Laurel, Md., spent last weekend trimmings in honor of her son-in- at the home of her parents, Mr. law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Stevens. Mr. Kenny Mills' birthday. Those Campbell arrived on Monday to helping to enjoy the dinner along attefld the funeral of his grand- with Mr. and Mrs. Shirley and father, Mr. Ralph Campbell of Mr. and Mrs. Mills were Renee Inwood. Mills from C:harles Town; Mr. The community extends and Mrs. Robert Shirley and sympathy to the family of Mr. Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Mrs. Donald Kinley on the Shirley, Jr., Lisa and Shea, Mr. death of Mrs. Kingley's mother, and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, P.F.C. Mrs. Marjorie Blitz which oc- Rusty Shirley, from Camp curred in the Jefferson LeJeune, N.C.; Miss Kathy Memorial Hospital. Combs from Tuscawilla Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills Mr. Bob Hague, Mr. Donald and Renee moved from S. Shirley, and Mrs. Naomi George Street in Charles Town Barrow. on Saturday, into their newly Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner purchased home in Hidden of Parsons, W. Va., and Jeff River. Hockman were weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. William ) Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Hough, Johnny and Chris, are visiting Hughie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough in Sanford, Fla. Callers this past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson, were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cave, Mr. and Mrs. David Born and Justin, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Johnson from Mar- tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and Paula rom Leetown. Mrs. Ruth Dalgarn is a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. She is a former resident of Middleway. Mrs. Katherine Conaway of Walkersville, Md., visited on Sunday with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vincnet and children of Hidden River. On Sunday the Middleway U.M. Women visited their special shut-in member, Mrs. Joseph Barnes and presented her with a fruit basket. Those visiting Mrs. Barnes were Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Sandra Gruber, Mrs. Virginia Pierce, Mrs. Barbara Frye and Judy, Mrs. Elaine Friend and Anessa, Mrs. Catherine Cross and Mrs. Larry Ring and Mrs. Jane Brown and daughter Jonie. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones honored their son Mark, for his 5th birthday on Sunday with a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Those helping Mark to celebrate along with his parents, were Mrs. Edith Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Owens and children of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Liskey and children, Mr. and Mrs. David Liskey and children, Jeffrey, Matthew and Kathy Liskey, Mr: and Mrs. Larry Ring and children. The afternoon was spent playing games and taking pictures. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jones. Miss Paula Liskey, who celebrated her birthday earlier in the month, was presented a cake also. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts were Mrs. Jerry Fishel and Pamela of Winchester, Va.; Mrs. Ruth Peacher and children and Mrs Kay Hayes of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous, III, David Vorous and Richard Stanley of the village. Scott Chamblin returned to school on Monday after being absent for the past week with the flu. Rev. Harold Wolfe, who was the guest minister at the Mid- dleway U.M. Church last year, is a hospital patient in Florida. His address is 172 Parkland Drive, Eustis, Fla. 32726. Callers this past week at the home of Mrs. Holmes White were Mrs. William Lee and Tiffany, Mrs. Herman Reed, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Miss Cindy Cross, Miss Judy Frye, Mrs. Naomi Barrow and Mrs. William Wilson from Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lester White were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell and Mrs. Nannie Smallwood in Bolivar. Mr. Leonard C. White is a patient in the City Hospital in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. page Hinton in Charles Ton on Sunday. The M.Y.F. from the Mid- dleway U.M. Church enjoyed an father, Mr. Ralph Campbell of Inwood, who passed away on March 10 at the King's Daughters Hospital. The Campbell's were former evening of bowling at Pikeside Bowl on Thursday afternoon. From bowling they enjoyed pizza and cake in Martinsburg. Those bowling were Mike Ring, Billy Ring, Karen Nicodemus, Judy Longerbeam, Jane Brown and Judy Frye, along with their leader, Mrs. Larry Ring and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. A good time was had by all and they are looking forward to bowling again. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bentley and family in Charles Town and on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jefferson. Happy Birthday to Mrs. Ben Vorous, II, who celebrated her birthday this month. The Wizard Clipp Singles met on Wednesday for their first meeting of the year at Scollay Hall with a covered dish dinner. The invocation was given by Mrs. Mary White. Those at- tending were Mrs. Virginia Dunlap, Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. Ruth Moreland, Mrs. Louise Bradley, Mrs. Mary Edwards, Mr. Carl Hill, Mr. Lee Brown, Mr. Bob Hague, Mrs. Catherine Cross, Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus, Mrs. Ruth Locke, Mr. Lafayette Smith and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. The group enjoyed games for the evening and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ruth Moreland Mr. Bob Hague and Mrs. Mary White. The group decided to go to Gettysburg, Pa., for the day for their trip. The date will be on Friday, May 26, leaving from Ransom The group also enjoyed some gooa ghost storms tola by the members. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. at Scollay Hall. Would like good attendance so final plans could be made for the trip to Gettysburg. Weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts were Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lotion, Mrs. Jerry Fishel and daughter Pamela, of Winchjester, Va.; Mr. Jerry Fritts of Berkeley Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorons III, and David Vorons of the village. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miller of Bluefield, W. Va., were weekend guests with Keith's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. harry Shirley, Jr., Lisa and Seen. Miss Pamela Sue Fishel of Vinchester, spent Saturday with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gary FriLLs. Mr. and Mrs. Michael" Linton and children Jayne and Kelly Sue from Monmouth Park, N.J., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Linton. " Mr. and Mrs. Gary FriLLs were hosts on Saturday to an an- niversary dinner in honer of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vorous, III. They were married on March 25, 1977, at the Murrill Hill U.M. Church. A dinner was served at 7 p.m. and an annivemary cake was baked and served with coffee after dinner. For the occasion, Ben sent his- Wife a dozen red roses on Saturday. May this couple have many more happy years together. Mr. Harry Mercer, a patient in the Newton D. Baker Hospital, celebrated his 91st birthday on March 27. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns' dinner guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Appall and Tina, Mrs. Doris Hough and Kim. Mrs. Mary Ann Gardner is recuperating at home after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ring celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary this past week and they spent some time in Lan- caster, Pa., touring the Amish Country. Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Hough and Johnny and Chris, returned home Saturday from Sanford Fla. On Sunday, they were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, spent the weekend in Parsons, W. Va., visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hockman and Jeffrey. Mrs. Naomi Barrow visited with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Crampton in Boonsboro, Md., on Friday, and also visited with Mr. Paul Mullineaux at the Readers Memorial Home. Mr. C. L. Nicely of Columbus, Ohio, was home for a long weekend, also his son Carter Nicely and twin sons from Harewood, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Nicely from Wooster, Ohio and his son Clinton from Jacksonville, Fla., visited with Mr. & Mrs. Harry Nicely and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Creamer and children and at Jefferson Inn over the weekend. Mrs. C. L. Nicely and Mrs. Margaret LeMaster visited with Mr. and Mrs. Nicely on Sunday. Miss Kay Creamer and friend Lynn Fock who is in the Marines, and stationed in Woming, also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Nicely. All returned to their homes Sunday and each called and said they arrived sagely home. The Wizard Clipp Ext. Homemakers will meet on April 5 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alvin Linton. *$** Most events aren't as important as those involv- ed consider them. French Aide Guest For K Jean-Michel assistant to the hassador in the guest speaker regular weekly Charles Town the Towne Fay, universities Massachusetts Technology, has engineering France and of Applied Military School topic for the night and the United Challenge Charles F. program month, will he the first from foreign visit the local PUBLIC SALE COMMUNITY OIL CO,, Inc. }PROFITf C'00O00JF " Sale 1,59 Bath insheared Solid dobby 00WITH QUALITY J'EEP ? HELPIH510 SAFE5UARO HEALTH ,,. 1.Thirsty ,, border in Cotton/ Polyester. Hand Having entered a nursing home and selling my: sell at public sale my personal property Washington Street, Bolivar, West Virginia on: SATURDAY: APRIL 8, I Beginning at 1;:00 A.M. 3 pc. living room suite, color T.V., Sears; Westinghouse; studio couch, several small stools, 3 rockers, plank bottom chairs, 4 slat-bed chairs, drop leaf table, oak library table, walnut tree, 9 pc. dining room suite, 5 pc. dinette refrigerator, apt. size; G. E. electric stove, tubs, utility cabinets, small cast iron stove, bedroom suite, metal bed, day bed, oak dreSser, stand, dresser, wardrobe, chest of drawers, trunks, baby crib, child's trunk, sewing mirror, old books, children's old toys and dolls, frames, lamps, hampers, porch swing, porch furniture, metal lawn chairs, bench, lard grinder, extension ladder, flower pots, some linens, china, glassware, pots, pans, kitchen other articles too nuermous to mention. Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. Not responsible for accidents on property: Terrific sa Friend, AnessaandScott.Rev. Nancy Webb was the COMMUNITY OIL CO Ine_ 20% off guest speaker atthe Middloway "I "''" U.M. Church, in absence of Rev. - 20%off 1% Towels .... Frum. Rev. Frum is still : recuperating at his home and is All Accent doing fine and hopes to be back " /"//'5':'' ' soon. t Sale 2 40 SaleRUgs The Full Gospel Pentecostal ON AL HEATING OIL DELIVERIES . Bath ':.<. 3. 19 Church is holding their spring Rnegs'hSerSeItfflgP attern ,= ' i 1] to 15.99 revival through April 1 each IF PAID WITHIN 10 DAYS FROM ::/:: eveningzlliott isatthe7pastor.P'm" Rev. Clark ' DATE of DELIVERY cotton/pbtyesterterry. !: / ..... :: ::,: 11 R.g. .. to 19.. Hand; reg. $2, Sale 1.60 i... ,it  :; It Sympathy is extended from Washcloth; ,.:. " (/, '/ /t Polyester Pile or the community; to Mr. and Mrs. reg. $1 Sale 80 ,k  ff/ / Nylon. Skid Resistant Kenneth Campbell and family in AIN OFFICE WILL BE OPEN ' -...': .:':' :,::" ".[ the loss of Mr. Campbell's ON SATURDAYS FROM. ,,.i,,:." Washable. Many 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.For Your Convenience :::i! I:: ....... ,,/: :' J Sizes:Back 21X36,Machine24x40, During the W,nter Months "//;';'::': -' . .... ........ ......... .j. 2x., 3oxso 1: Reg. 1.29, SALE 1.03 Wash Cloth Reg. 79' SALE 63' off 20%off bath ensemble. Sale 4.40 ea. Reg. S.S0. Toe-tickling soft nylon pile bath mats with latex backing. Contour or 24x36" oblong. Lid cover; reg. 299, Sale 2.39 20% off Get your seeds, fertilizer and garden supplies eAetr ? SEED POTATOES ONION SETS And a Full Selection of All Seeds Now on hand and ready for you at.. PEOPLES SUPPLY I I I II Inc. All Womens Sandals SALE 4.79 to 14.39 Reg. 5.99 to 17.99 Our entire line for big savings! Strappy, stripPY buckled up. Wedges, and much more. In a rainbow Tender Care Won't Do the Whole Job When your child is ill, it takes a little more than tender, loving care to nurse him back to health quickly and effectively. It takes the medical know-how of your doctor and pharmacist. Rely on us for sick-care help. STUCK s ALGER Super Denim Jeans SALE 3.50 to 4.50 Reg. 7.00 to 9.00 Great Savings on' Our toughest, Longest Wearing Denim. Polyester/Cotton Blend. Navy Denim & Lt. Blue SIZES 4- 6X & 7- 14 ' Pharmacy, Inc. ,.rth Smue, - Clles Town, W.VL _ JwCNEsPoFegUF ey Dial 725- 8454 DIAL 725-2621 -- Charles Town M0N & FRI, till, HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. TUES. WED- THU Give Us Y u Order EARLY . '"'""' " ( t i (  b 17S Jc,..y co., ,c 1. MISSY MILBURN 2. SHELBY HAM 3. DAWN McGEE