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April 13, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 13, 1978

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:ia Combs Named Employee Month S. Hecker, Ad- of Jeffersonian Nursing Home, the selection of Combs as the the Month for s personal letter the Ad- en part "this in view of the you have your era- facility. I have the considered your daily Is apparent in that our you and in the lame surfaced in L month for this fitting that you for in have observed in order to an- assigned tasks each your shift in ac- when causes have work during off. All this describes an employee whose contribution to the mission of this Nursing Home is marked and since quality care is the product of a truly concerned work force, I quite easily con- clude that you are a valuable contributor to this end". A cash award was tendered Mrs. Combs in recognition of this selection. Mrs. Combs has been em- ployed at Jeffersonian Manor since September 1,1977. She is a newcomer to the area and resides in the Shannondale area of Jefferson County. In another matter, Mr. Hacker announced that the finalization of planning for the 60 bed ad- dition to Jeffersonian Manor was in progress. It is anticipated that construction will commence during April 1978, with oc- cupancy in the new addition during November 1978. This addition will add badly needed nursing home beds to the in- ventory for Jefferson County. "It is our intention to have the new beds certified for the Medicaid Program", Mr. Hecker stated. Training lie Held At Saturday Collies, one German signed up Border sheep dog held at White Post, and 16. in ability from seeing sheep those ready dog trials. instructor, Is extremely from each OWn abilities of training the Some of the seen sheep Lhe training and wild eyed, and own irate Past three[ has&apos;[ from Carolina, Long aryland and fee for are invited to come and watch. Spectators are asked to bring their own chairs and lunch. The clinic will run from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day. VFW Auxiliary Has Election The regular meeting was held Monday, April 3, with the election of new officers. Again this year, the president will he Beverly Jones; Senior Vice-President, Janie Stewart; Jr.-Vice, Margaret North; Treasurer, Lois Mackay; Chaplain, Hilda Burdum; Conductress, Fleeta Writt; Guard, Esther Oden; Trustees, Bertha Holms, Ronda Wolfe, Charlotte Ryan. Appointed to office were Secretary Vicky Penwell, Cancer Chairmen Ronda Wolfe, VFW National Home Fund Janie Stewart, Patriotic Instructor Patty Springer, Youth Activities Beverly Jones, Americanism Isabelle Albright, Hospital Hilda Burdum, Buddy Poppy Fleeta Writt, and Voice of Democracy Patty Kirk. The auxiliary will hold a dinner again this month with the help of all its members. There will be fried chicken, dumplings, green beans and cole slaw. Adults, $2.50; children $1.50. This dinner will be on April 23, from 2 until 6 p.m. Also on this day, the post will be having election of officers from 2 until 6 p.m. FOR RESPONSIVE... EFFECTIVE... EFFECIENT... COUNTY GOVERNMENT are needed in Jefferson County. industry introduction would jobs. Jefferson County should bedroom community. L. LOUTHAN te for County Commission Ad By Candidate "Sav00 you money. Reason No.1 We should do specialists. We ask the dig for every honest Credit. We want to leave no to make sure you pay the tax. TAX PEOPLE let.,, Chedes Town, W.Vn. 72S-8081 Mmltnslwrg, W.n. 267.8261 I.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Frkley $ p.m. Setvrdey 01d Opera House Planning Junior Theater Workst The Old Opera House will he g a six-week Junior Theatre Workshop starting Friday, April 28 at 4 p.m. The classes, which will be conducted by Opera House Director Robert Angel, will be a general in- troduction to theatre and to theatre games and exercises. Classes will be in two divisions; third thi-ough sixth grade and seven through ninth grade. The charge for the six week course will be $5.00 for .members and $7.50 for non- members and pre-registration is required. An open house for family and friends will he held at the con- clusion of the course so the students may show what they have learned. Interested children and Parents are urged to contact the Opera House as soon as possible since class size is limited. N. Jefferson PTA To Meet April 17 North Jefferson PTA will meet Monday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m., at the school with the annual Music Program being the main feature. The program will be presented by grades two, four and five under the direction of Mrs. Janet Stephen,. Other teachers aiding in the program will be Betty Taylor, Nancy Offutt and Linda Strider, second grade; Emma Layman, Marybelle StarUper and Ellen O'haver, fourth grade; and Sherry Hetzell and Thomas Rowe, fifth grade. All parents and friends are cordially invited to attend the school program. Parents are reminded that children par- ticipating in the program should be at the school by 7:15 p.m. A short business session will he conducted with a report from SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 the nominating committee on a I slate-of officers for the coming year. Anyone interested in serving as an officer should contact the school principal, Carl Bart. Master P0intWinners In Duplicate Bridge Seventeen pairs competed for Master points last Wednesday evening in the regular game of the Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club at the Civic Center. North South winners were Judy Moler-NanCy Ruth, first; Dee . Moler-Will Nowell, second; and Louise Ramey-Frey Mayer, third. First East-West were Ginny and John Allen; Sharland Trotter-ViM Catozella took !second, and Sandy Goodrich- Craig Bed,on finished third. The game starts at 7:45 and is directed by John Allen. Somalia withdraws troops from Ogaden Desert. QUINLAN = TIHY THIH I ! 8PouRr !eTcZ!ne' Regular 5 39 WITH COUPON I COLGATE I DENTAL CREAM 9 Ounce Tube ' I WITH COUPON CAPRICE  DYHAMIHTS FACIAL 1 Cinnamon Fruit . Lemon Lime *Peppermint TISSUES 0.55 Ounce Container Box of 200. 2 ply sheets I Regular 25c Regular 49c 4i66 c SiS1 WITH COUPON WITH COUPON LIMIT 1 SALE (4) PER COUPON PEOPLEE0000RUG WE SELL MONEY pharmaclsls are here to help you. the health In a Peoples store, phemmclsts ere fully tralnad pro- fesslonals who stand ready to ad. visa you on your prescriptions, and to answer your questions. Tbey ere competent members of the health team that starts with your doctor. And they're there to serve you. CALL ON YOUR PEOPLES PHARMACIST.. A CONSULTING PROFESSIONAL WHO WORKS WITH YOUR DOCTOR. "'" I 0., . '""' I ADULT ':,:,,:: ACHE i  EXTRA STREHDTH TOOTHBRUSHES ,=-%'- MEDICATION TABLETS Hard or Medium brlstles .... -,"-" 1OunceSottle -jil"l.. Bottle of l00 I Regular79c I i ....... 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Regular 7.98 LOg6 HANDLE BOXES 4 9.,9, 6ARDEH TOOLS 31oi Chest or Under.Bad RegulsrS.,pho.,149 Regular llllll reLk:l:: $2::elp, i' c< 70mR 1.19 UU !, .,, ., KENTUCKY 31 HOSE BRASS SEED HAHER ", Reguter 4.49 Regular 74C = 5 Pound Beg Sturdy stell construction. 3" 59 c LIMIT 4 PER CUSTOMER i LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER PEOPLES DRUG STORE HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. 11   _