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April 29, 1982

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usch Insurance In Town Hems Secretaries ) retaries at Smith- Insurance,s Town office were to lunch at John's Restaurant in Ranson April 23rd to honor during National Week. from left to are Ruby Cart, Kim Mary Frances ,Bey Beahm and Linda Evans, the firm's Vice and Resident joined by agents and Scott Evans t mnked the girls for their dedication and many hours of hard work He acknowledged to then his belief that they are the bscklx e of their agency and without them taking the brunt of the workload, he, Bob and Scott simply could not ' n' ke it work." Evans said "You're a highly trained, efficient and con- scientious staff that I would stack up against any of this size, anywhere and it is a pleasure to work with you and to have yon on our side." Wallace Welsh Dial 876-6845 have a guest tor the meeting. May 8 is the Jefferson County 4-H Health and Field Day, 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Community Center. The poster contest will be titled "Double Dumb" dealing with drugs and alcohol. Jim Staley, el the Evergreen county agent urges all dubs to reminded of their participate. An awards Thursday May ceremony will be held pan. in the social room following with ribbons Church of presented to all clubs, judged Visual talks or on attendance and poster wRl be given entries. Manor, SarahManorSympathy goes to the Susan Wolfe. The family of Blance Dersam "Recreation'.' with Everhart whose rites were Ben Keller and held Tuesday with interment Wolfe They plan to in the Elmwood Cemetery in We're security specialists. know a lot of ways toprotect your familv from thieves and fire. And we'll be happy to come to your house or apartment and share some of our with you. Free. Just give us a call. After all, t you rather have your home one of us-than by one of &'m? IlL 1, Box 219 Charles Town 304-725-0915 TOM NEWCOMER for using SDe%' Ne':v HOeC PurT",ese Pan transect 0% ~o nc~ oua ~, FARM MACHINERy North Samuel Street Charles Town Shepherdstown. Tracy Stevens was second runner-up in the Spring Blossom Pageant held at the Old Opera House. It was sponsored by the Jefferson Rockette Majorette Corps. Tracy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stevens and a second grader at North Jef- ferson Elementary School. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer along with their sons, daughters and families attended a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Riekard and family, Purcellville, Va. Regina SmaUwood and son Chris spent Sunday afternoon with her grandmother Bessie Welsh. Area residents, come out and support your Shepherd- stown Band when they hold their Spring Fun Carnival, Friday May 7, 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. There will be something for everyone, booths, games, food, raffles, contests, etc. The proceeds will go toward the uniform fund. The first appearance of the new uniforms will be in the Firemans Parade, Saturday May 15 in Charles Town. Mrs. Cathy Creamer spent Saturday visiting Mrs. Helen Staler and Mrs. Marie Schantz, College Park, Md. The North Jefferson Elementary School is planning a Spring Carnival, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer'sADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1982 May 14, more details later and the world. The plant also Friday April 30 Will be the produces books for the Special Olympics held at the numerous Doubleday book Jefferson High School. dubs. Part works in the beginning at 9:30 a.m. Wally and Part Welsh and sons and Bessie Welsh at- tended the Doubleday Em- ployee Open House at the Berryville Virginia Plant Friday evening, in honor of their "25th" silver an- niversary, 1956-1981. Shipping Department and has been employed for nine years. Saturday May 8, there wi]] be a Civil War demonstration on the back lawn of the Grace United Church of Christ by the C federate Legion of Honor, beginning at 2:00 p.m. This unit is based out of Harpers Doubleday and Company was Ferry. They extend an open founded in New York City in invitation to all groups in the 1897, by Frank Nelson county, 4-H, scouts, home Doubleday, grandfather of the demonstration clubs, etc. The current president of the obiect is to present demon- Company. Doubleday hasstrations on rifle firing and to grown over the last 85 years to include many divisions; the Manufacturing Division, of which the Berryville Plant is a part, has grown along with it. This plant prints, binds, warehouses, and ships books for trade sales in bookstores throughout the United States SHAVANE ENTERPRISES Wedding l Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations Wedding & Party Accessories & Social & Business Announcements, Personal Stationery, Business Cards. Phone: 304-725-4658 ! ten the of the war. YOUR GOOD NEIGHBOR RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Ave. Charles Town, WV 25414 PHONE: 725-7311 The one to see for all your Family Insurance Needs L/hA State Mrm /s P'-,m,e State Farm Insurance Companies Home Office; Bloomington, Illinois will also have artifacts on display. Also parlkipating in program will be the Daughters of the Confederacy. Tommy Bowers of our com- munity will be participating. HAMBY'S APPLIANCE SERVICE NOW ill StoCk -Kelvinator Window Air Conditioners Warranty Service on G.E Hotpoint & Kelvinator. We also service all brands out-of.warranty. 206 S. Mildred St. and OIL CO. Inc. -- OFFICE --- 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 4Times -- BULK PLANT -- 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Mondays thru Fridays Phone: 725-7021 e e 3 MONTHS WITH NO INTEREST or Take up to 12 months to PAY. Call Now (304) 876.2542 YOUR CHOICE S LBS. SlOO S-LBS. Sl00 DRIVE A LITTLE--SAVE A LOT GAS SAVERI DISCOUNT Adlscount of up to 10' per mile up to 100 miles when you buy beef from us. Hill I OF 2 - s I so BONUS BUYS WITH UCHASi[ Of ORDEI 2 o 3 10 LBS. Sl00 5 -LBS. Sl00 5 LBS. SPARE RIBS st S PICNIC HAMS $100' 5 LBS. '100 5 LBS. PORK '100 W.Vo. Ow.d W md 10lb. of I Itlt|-I-R COU;mrf lUllS 20 .of CIIKXEN $e/ect Yew Own kefl TH~N WATCH ff WIIGH~O ANDCUT-- ~|Y OU~ ~ I'S~SONNL AU WOm~ OONI TO YOtR SATIS~ACTtON, CUT/dl MMiq~ RI ONLY 20 LB. AND PREMIUM CHOICE OK)ICI IIIF OINRS ~-- j t ,~ ~'~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ All Meat Cut By Appointment Only STORE HOURS AAon. - Fri. 10 - S Saturday 10 - 6 but. 9, Kmrnq llt Now- W.Va. lit. 9 TO 99 b. Chades Town 15 IIII