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SPIRIT OF JEFFE Farmer's ADVOCATE THLq DAY, MAY 6, 19e2 Camp Hill Airm n Williams At Marine Pfc. Coatney Bobby V. Randolph Spec. 4 Smith Ends Timothy Anderson Work Publi Chaplain Sheppard AF Base Completes Training Completes Training Fort Benning Stint Now Armor Crewman For Dr. Bufithis At Fort Benning 19 ui iiiii Large Selection of Parts and Accessories for DATSUN-SUBARU.HONDAS all other import Cars and Trucks. Also Complete Machine Shop Sorvlce. I m A Foreign Car Parts House With Reasonable Prices MAIN STORE = gL ,Va. e l ] t: otose.M. ] ,03166,-,175Toll Freeb BRANCH STORE 104 Molfett Way Ranson, W.Va. 25438 304/725-8416 or 304/725-8417 YOU OT'rA' ~VE MOrOIB fo~ value and service THREE-WAY CHRYSLER PROTECTION at IN(:. "Name Oe $ee~,- IwelO~ U2*~aO0 III III I, 19111 Grem-Pdx Cpe Silver w/Blue Landau Top, VB, Cruise, Stereo, P.S. & P.B 14,000 miles. 19tl Chev. Citation Front Wheel Drive ,t Spd, 5 Dr H. Bk.; 11,500 Miles 19111 Ford FI00 Short Bed Pick-up Truck Auto, AC, Stereo, 15,000 Miles. 19110 Pontiac Sunbird Cpe. 4 SIxl, 4 Cyl 34,000 Miles, Silver. 1910 they. CltM~m, Front Wheel Drive, 4 Spd 5 Door Hotchbock, Blue ll,000 miles 1978 Pontiac Grand Safari Station Wagon Full Power, 62,000 Miles. 19711GMC Jimmy, 4WD, Auto, 305 V8, Air Cond Red and White, Low Mileage. 1977 Hornet $. Wcqlon, 6 Cyl :3 Spd. Stick, DX Option, Air Cond Very Clean. 1977 Jeep W ion, 4WD with Quadramatic, 39,000 Miles. lw, co,w.mb eed, 4 Speed. IIIII I II IIIII II 1982 GMC S15 IN STOCK N0Wl III I I AT BUICK-PONTIAC.GMC. Inc. Ju.t Mlnates Away * StMe Route 9, North Chodu Town, W.V. Phone: 304.725.3448 I! 369 '80 ottKlale Pick-up (okm ) Brown o Rodio/Auto/PS/PB . 10,000 miles 471 - '81 GMC Sierra Pick-up Brown. 6/Rodio/Auto/PS/PB 1,500 miles 455-A - '81 Chev. Luv Pick-up Silver. Radio/4 Spd/R.Step Bumper. ]0,GO0 miles 564 - '80 Scoffsdale Pick-up Bronze - Dual,Wheels/Stereo/Auto/PS/PB/AC 21,000 miles 5- '80 Chev. C-10 Pick-up Brown. Radio/3 Spd/PS/PB 16,~J0 miles 122 - '80 Datsun Pick-up (Tope.r) Red - FM/PS/4 Spd 21,000 miles WE HAVE A BIG SELECTION OF 2,oo v JhnStutzma n ,ho Avenue CI-EVROLET" CADILLAC 667-1000 The~ *The ~v~e -The Parts an~ The Peop@" He is a aboard Medt.or Medal sgt. w.ley M. m.issile cruiser USS son, jr son of Wesley homeported in Air Force ~ Master and Doris Thompson of 606 Vs. Sgt. Edward S. Stansbury, son Gray Ave Wh~ baster, Va is became the first of Mr. and Mrs. Garland amember of the 1st Ba~ surfaoe Stansbury, Harpers Ferry, Airborne, Infantry, Fort globe in has been decorated with the ~ N.C ~ in last tomake the Meritorious Service Medal at the multi-national peace- was the aircraft Wm'tsmRh Air Force Base, keeping force and observers USS Enterprise, in asthe.prima U.S. The Meritorious Service contingent in the SMaL Air National Guard Airman *'~ ~ ;:~ ~ Spec. 4 Anthony T. Smith, Pvt. Timothy D. Anderson, ~: John E. Williams of Route 2, Marine ~c. Chy A. Coat- ~mRh of Berryv~e, Va has Ranson, has grad~ted as an SHF~HER~TO~ -- Dr. Kearneysville, and Helen L. ney, attached to the 10thI ~'~ I~ completed one station unit armor crewman at the U.S. Philip Bufithis, associate Wi.~ of Frostburg, Md Marines at Camp Lejume, N.C " "" training (OSUT) at the U.S. Army Armor School, Fort professor of English at hasbeen assigned to Sheppard has completed eight weeks of Pvt. Bobby. V. Randolph Army Infantry school Fort Knox, Ky. Shepherd College, recently Air Force Base, Texas, after During the course, students had a 5,000 word article en: completing Air Force basic sd~ at Fort Sill, Okla. The Jr son of Bobby V. Randolph Benning, Ga. received training in the duties titled "William Saroyan i During the six weeks at c o m p u t e r, s u.r. v e y, and Joanna J. Randolph Of which c~ines basic combat firing the tank s arm.ament I,iterary B~ography, volume Lackland Air Force Base, meterology, map reading and 2220 Hillman Drive, Win- Texas, the airman studied the gunnery, chester, Va has completed training and advanced in- and small weapons. In-IX, Gale Press. A 1981 graduate of Jefferson one station unit training dividual training, struction was also given in The article is an overview of Air Force mission, High School, and a son of Mrs. (OSUT) at the U.S. Army Soldiers were taught to field radio operations, map the life and work of the organization and customs and ~drley C. Steele of Charles Infantry School, Fort Ben- perform all the duties in a reading, and tank main- American-Armenian fiction humanreCeiVedrelations.~zpecial training in Town and Kenneth E. Coatney ning, Ga. rifle or mortar squad,tenance and repair, writer and playwright William Saroyan, who died last spring The airman will now receive of Akron, Ohio, young Coatney OSUT is a 12-week period rdrs. ~arma Oft ot me .'. . m ced emo: specialized instruction in the enlisted in September, 1981. which combines basic combat daughter Pare and son Scottie at age 72 Bloome ent las'w " "'" The D~ctwnary of Literary civil engineering field. ~ training and advanced in- were Friday evening visitors ~ . rysp .z]m Biography is published under ' " '" " The airman is a 1980 The MFO, an independent dividual training, of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ott and her aaugmer ana son-mqaw ' rs " f graduate of Beall High School, agency responsible to the The training included daughters, Tracey and Mr and Mrs the general ed]to h~p o .: ~mvm ~ncne~ Matthew Bruccoli, the Frostburg. ~ governn'ents of Israel and weapons, qualifications, Smnnon. ana aaugnters, t~renua arm . esteemed literary b~ographer, ---------- Egypt, was established as a squad tactics, patrolling, Mrs. Delorese Reed was ~ae~oay at me t~ioomery. ~i*.r ~na critic Medal is awarded specifically result of the1979 Egypt-Israel landmine warfare, field Thursday visitor of Mrs. Mr andMrs Lee Rollison of . "" ; "'' "w - " In 1978 Dr. BuhthLs was tar outstanding non-combat peace treaty. (xem-nunications and combat Janice Hostler. ~.n.~mut ttLLt . ere ~tu.~ay elected by the Danforth meritorious achievement or His wife, Barbara, is the operations. Completion of this Verna Ott spent Saturday vm~ors oz ~ ana ivirs F dati n as a Danforth service to the United States. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. course qualifies the soldier as night with her grandmother, " " 1 n ova o Eugene Wilt and son Car to. . He received his master's George Rutherford, Ranson. a light-weapons infantryman Mrs. Ludelle Ott. Woodland Trailer Pa " Associate. The nattonal degree in 1981 from Van- and as an indirect-fireSunday visitors of'" arm mrs. tee t~OLtLSonrK: Of" foundation's, purpose is to derbuilt University, Nash- crewman. I.a delleOttwereMr. andMrs. ChesmutHill Mr D recogmze and encourage L~.A~A A.~,A A ' . army ~ effective teaching and enrich ville, T~u~ "vv~'v~:vvvv. ~ommrs were mugm to David Dillow and son Miehael ana ~r.^.Jerry Ott^we[e student-professor relation- MANNINGS perform any of the duties in a of Walnut Grove. Satu,~ ~ ~ ~=,~,~ u, ships. SgL James H. Hyde ' ~ or mortar squad. Mrs. Joyce Hibbitts of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hostler and . Mrs. Pauline Ott Randolph is a 1980 graduate Harpers Ferry Mountain son Bruce ~r. ana Ivlrs. uanny uu arm . " . Assigned Ft. Meade Dial725-8678 of Clarke County Hi gh School, Chh, Mrs. Sharon Ott and "- ~: Weekend visitors of Mr and ~.AAA AAA'~A, Berryville. daughters, Tracey and aaugmer Shannu. u~ ~,w~- .~ars" lvmiardOttwereivir. . ana. Sgt. JamesM. Hyde Jr son vvv-v'~-v'~-vvv " mnnon, Mrs. Car31yn Cooper "- '- r,~artm vmnas ot and daughter Pare and son, t.meslnut nm arm Mr and Rollumn of Chestnut Hill, were . of James M. Hyde Sr. of1V/a:. and Mrs. Carl Foster Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Scott and Mrs. Janice Hostler r~rs waiter eLunn an(] ~aun'aay evening wslwrs oz ": Charles Town, has arrived for mmnars.MarcellaKempwereCharles Town and Mrs. were Sunday evening visitors Mr and Mrs ank C.~ aaugmers t~eczy ana Amy oI . Fr . . ----r ~- e~ ~ duty at Fort George G. Meade, Saturday visitors of Mrs. Adeline Oden were Tuesday of Mrs. Mildred Cline and Jr and daughter Pam and son ~naries Town. Md. Mary ujorK at Sthenandale. visitors of the~ mother Mrs. Mrs. Rachel Turner and .e,~i~ ~unuay visitors of Mrs. Hyde, a radio corn- Mrs. Tammy LongerbeamEva Bell and JoAnn. daughter, Missy and son ~'~" j u ~qs Jessie Dillow were Mr. and munications analysis and son Jason of Orchard Mrs. Janice Hostler and Gary, Jr. --"-": vZ~ nt~m~ mMrs David Diflow and son (mugmer ~tacey o~ harpers . specialist with the e~41st Elec- .I~:MissSh. erryOdenand Mrs. Carolyn Cooper were BridgetandTrevorRollison ~^---- : ~ MJchacl of Walnut Grove and ironic Security Squadron, has ~ugmer vatisna of Millville, Wednesday dinner guests of of Chestnut Hill spent ~ ~, . .~ ~ ~. rdr. ana a~,rs, uonala L~tOW arrived for duty at Clark Air Miss Kathy Oden and Timmy their aunt and uncle, Mr. and xracey ana ~nannon ana ~x " Base, Philippines. anddaVincent Oden wereMrs. Carl Viands, Sr. SaturdaygrandparentsnightMr.withand theirMrs,and Mrs. Pat Hostler '"were ~mllvmeana. son L~onam Jr o~ He is a 1978 graduate of Sun y evening visitors of Mr. Sanmay Oden and sons, Eugene Wilt and son Carlton Sun~- evenin"~'~tors of Mr ivlrs. ~abel Wilt of L~estnm Parkside High School, ~e~ grandw.o, ther Mrs. Nellie Wmcent and Timmy were at Woodland Trailer Park--~. = ~ k"~^^ " Hill was Sunday dinner guest and Mrs. r~,u, ~-~vFc, ot Sailslmry, Md. (~en and daughter Pauline. Friday evening visitors of his Mrs. Sharon Ott spentaria /amliy. ot ~r. arm rdrs tiumoro Mrs. Lude]le OR re~--ned to mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and Tuesday with Mrs. Carolyn Mx. and Mrs. Philip Oden, Turner and family. C01. Stokes On ~homeoq Wednesday from daughter Pauline. Cooper. Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. I.~delle aerrerson Memorial Hospital Mrs. Carolyn Cooper was Mrs. Nellie Oden is aOft, Bill Oden, T;~ny Oden, Deployment Tour where she was a medical Tuesday visitor of her father, patient. . Mr. Quinton Ott. medical patient at the Jef- Donald Painter Jr. of Man- Western Pacific Congratulations to Mrs. Snapper Ott returned to msLetsferS nrememberMem rialherH Spital'in our ningSDonald andOdenMr.of Engle,and MrS.and Linda Dillow of Marie Drive, home from Jefferson prayers. Rev. Sam Miller of Bolivar Marine Col. Thomas M. WaIjnut Grove for her birthday Memorial Hospital, where he My sympathy goes out to the were visitors of Mrs. Nellie on May 5 and her mother Mrs. was a medical patient. We Lanham family of Ranson due Oden a patient at Jefferson --~"~- ~/'~f .~ ~ ~~-I Stokes Jr son of Vice Adm. Ludelle Oft on May 6. wish him a speedy recovery, to the death of Mrs. Mary Memorial Hospital. and Mrs. T.M. Stokes of Rt. 2, Charles Town, W.Va and Verna Ott attended a Mr. and Mrs. Dov~.Ad Oden Lanham. slumber party given by of Engle were Tuesday Mrs. Cora Foster is on the Samrny OdenwasSaturday The Bahamas comprise daughterWh se wife,of JuliaJulia'GloveriS alsothe Tummy Penwell at the evenJng visitors of the formers ~k list. Our thoughts and evening visitor of Mr and about 3,000 Iow islands and of Charles Town, recently home of her mother Mrs. mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and prayers go out for him. Mrs. Bruce L~nger~ and rocky tsle~' . departed for an extensive six- Barbara Pemvell at Chestnut sister, Mrs. Pauline OR. Mrs. Ruth Tucker, Mrs. son Jason at Orchard Hills. [, month deployment to the Hill.on Friday night. Angie Reed spent Friday Arlene Nagy of Keyes Ferry Mrs. Jimmy Kircher gave a I v h, Western Pacific. He is the .MisslAsaOdenofJefferson and Saturday~ with herAcres, Mrs. Nancy Harrup bL-'thday party in honor of her t ~tvenue was Saturday visitor friend, Pare Cooper and her commanding officer of 34th ~ h~ par. ents Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank were Thursday visitors of daughter Missy, Martin on ! o new Mrs. Carolyn Ott and Saturday May I at 2 o'clock at 1982 MAZDA Marine Amphibious Unit, txlen. Cooper Sr. daughter Priscilla. McDonalds, Charles Town. i Camp Le~une, N.C. Mrs. Ruth Tucker, Mrs.Mr. Mark Wiley of Mid. Mrs. Sharon Ott was Missy's birthday was April 29. PICKUP The 34th MAU is tasked with Arlene Nagy of KeyesFerry (~eway was SImday visitor of Thursday evening visitor of Those helping her to cz- Forosht*leas providing quick reaction Acres, and Nancy I-Iarrup, b:.s mother Mrs. Cora Wiley Mrs. Carolyn Cooper tmault forces, and the air webrate were Brenda Crozen, visRors of Mrs. F~da Ott. and son Paul Nathan. Sunday evening visitors of Shawn Stickman, Sherry $~.00 required for those Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow Mr. Jerry Fry of BJver Side Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hostler and Bur acker, Sherry Fraley, Dehvered ! forces, of Walnut Grove were Sunday was visitor of Mr. and Mrs. son, Bruce, were Mrs. Carolyn JesmcaStephens, AmyMatia, I ~l The 1,800 Marines and n~ visitors of the latters Pat Hostler and son Bruce on ana orotner ~nawn ana sailors forming the nudeus of ~dmother Mrs. Nellie Thursday evening. CooperanddaughterPamand For o limited time on y co son Scott and Patty Reed. grandparents Malcolm and or see us now for detods, the 34th MAU are embarked and daughter Pauline. Mrs. Linda ~, Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ann Taylor of Walnut Grove ,ODFREY VW/ aboard ships speciallyWmitors of Mrs. I.~deIle Oft Dianne Bowles and her IauJelleOR were Mr. and Mrs. and mother Mrs. Kircher. I" designedto~ansport~t a patient at Jeffersonmother of Marie Drive,Walnut David DLLlow and son Micbael There was a ~d Mc- .~H~A~|| |nt' pe~=~nnel. Memorial Hospital were Mr. Grove were visitors of her of Walnut Grove, Sandy al ke - v---- vI -,v, t)on a olrtnaay ca,a All are scheduled to par- and Mrs. P'-~ Oden, Mrs. mother, Mrs. IJidelle ~ on Dintemmn and Joey Ott, of l'm~ meal and coke served 3U31 vo.ey.o.venue ticlpate in various training Pauline Ott, Mrs. Mae Wednesday. Flowing Springs Road, Dee ~ were played and Je~ Winchester, Virginia exercises and make portvisits Detrick, Mrs. Jessie DiIlow, Miss Lisa Oden of Jefferson Dee Sowers, Ricky OR and to several Mediterranean Rev. Paul Harrup, Gale Long Avenue was visitor of Mrs. ~veryone pad an en|oyaote ^ cities. ~.d P~dy OR, Susie Oft and Tammy Longerbeam and son daughter Devin of Charles S ephens won a. prize (703) 667-7111 Town. Gale Long, Randy Ott evening Belated happy bir uea,er no. zuuu Sgt. Thompson In ~aen of iVlannings, Mr. Jason at Orchard Rills. and son Randy Jr. and Mr. thday ~ and Mrs. Donald Odon of Mrs. Carolyn Cooper and and Mrs. Gene Kearns. Engle. " =ed Stansbury Given Sinai Contingent an around-the-globe