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SI:~F JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1984 nie, dongtime friend. She made up hod that she would forego her whe~ for the wedding - this cour~ act she accomplished. ConnJ me that the entire wedding was i~e: bridesmaids wore white with ;aries of mauve, turquoise, pint olue. The 6 year old ring bea)ee white tails and the flower girl ~, usherettes wore white. On the la the bride and groom paus- ed ha down the aisle and sang, "I Lp~ Truly." Love is a strong pove~spans all elements of time. B~b IS" said, "Aurelia had made upheld to walk to the wedding but th, h~noon is definitely in." We her~gratulate these undaunted foLs wish them the very best aPab HARPERS FERRY CAMPSITES Bruce Spence Dial 725-8123 be:kers, Jim and Kay, spent a v~ 2pcot to attend The Life Care C/con. 250 were housed at the BRYAN DIXON RECIPIENI BOYS STATE AWARD A~rna Resort where the food and s~io~ere super. During their stay Bryan Dixon, shown in the above picture on the right, was o 17 received daily gifts from the xot'nembers of the company one one of two boys selected from the junior class at Jefferson it ,Xas fruit, another a book about ttigh School this year by the school faculty to represent t and finally a basket of cheese, Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, of the American Legion in 3~ey saw the Donald Duck parade Charles Town at Boys State Camp this summer. He is shown they arrived as Donald and 50 With the plaque he has just been presented by John Ward, an s all in line greeted them along other Disney characters. One officer of the Legion Post. ung they had dinner aboard a ship, ,:mporium, which had been into that you may see taking place are a ms restaurants all serving dif- direct result of the residents of that It foods. Another time there was particular area. Many residents are reaching into their own pockets and doing a lot of the work themselves. ACCURAC~ I$ They deserve the credit for the im- proved driving conditions, and not the ~OST ~I~PORTANT The Allnutt manor house is well club. ~'lderway. George has the roof on the Dave and Doll Sheppard are busy ~ain part of the house, and the addi- adding a large sun deck onto the side tion of the two rooms on the rear is of their home in Section "D.'" Dave has coming along nicely. He has been put- been home and very busy for a while. ring in some hard hours in this heat, He has done wonders with the front of but the results are sure going to be their home, and Doll has been busy worth the work planting flowers. The Sheppards too a company lunch and banquet at the Hotel. Jim golfed one day and that day Kay visited the Walt Disney Village where the things were varied but ex- pensive. Jim and Kay took in Fan- t~syland where one grossed the drawbridge of Cinderella' Castle to the "Happiest Kingdom of All." Here 10 major attractions based on Walt Disney's classic animated pictures greeted them. All in all it was a OUR TIME IS YOUR TIME open from 8o.m. to 10p.m. daily including Sunday Wash s 1 - Dry 25' per load HARPERS FERRY LAUNDRY At entrance to KOA Kampgrounds delightful hiatus from the daily job at the Nursing Home. Mountain Chatter notes: When we 3 have to swallow our own medicine, the spoon always seems too big." Keep cool and have a happy! "lst-year rate Jefferson County's first totally planned towrthome community 72 Bill and Marian Cross were up for have been busy with the road serving ~a:isit last week. It may be one of the their home. A while ago they had stone t times that we see their friendly dumped on the road to try to remove S~I@ faces though. They were removing the mud hole that they had to drive l~sonal items from their trailer through and just recently they had, ~l~ring to turn it over to the new another'loaddumpedtoprovideanicehere S no room for vwners next month. While we will all driving surface The road looks good . r Certainly miss Bill and Marian, the maybe one of the best in therrOr In our DUslness. ~ew owners will be old friends when campsites hcl ' v ' . . t s wh we II t kea ~ary and Debbie move in. It wilt be An)" news concerning the date for . 2. .L. . '~L'e to have frmnds near by.the local court action between thexHu ~.uw~ ~u ~ H~u~ A A happy birthday to Dick Kuster Harpers Ferry Mountain Club, and'[[ prescriptions are ,nOse birthday is June 29th. a large number of campsite residents [ [ 4 ^xoct['" to "'OU r ~Thegrassy areas in the campsites may be a while in coming. The judgd ~u ~ y y ] arSahowing signs of improved ap- involved, JudgeDostert, is involved idoctor's orders. You h rice since the Campsites Proper- a legal case of his own. In addition this .j .4 $^.- ~UWners Association has decided to judge has been granted a leave ofull U~lJ~"u ~,~ ua ~v. ~Something about them For the first absence from-the bench anc JJ your health needs ~e in years a person can walkreplacements are being named on a , ~rOUad in these areas and enjoy the week to week basis. There is a good DeCCluse we core. place, instead of looking for snakes, chance that this may drag out until th~ ~d getting eaten up by bugs. It's a new judge is seated after th jE WWi .I ROI I, ~ime that the Harpers Ferry Moun- November elections. ~,~ ~ ,w~,~ 4, v he~i~lll~w Printed ~ la Club has let the campsites get so The big meeting last Thursday nigh ]1~1[,1~ l~G~ ~ h'vUa~ d wn' it's really a nice place t at ~he well in Section D t discuss th' ~- ''nt'm"t~t ~ a'Wll ~:~!i~aii~i li ~lO~I ~e possibility of repairing or replacin! ilout~ ~ 1~rlll :~ ile on the subject of the Harpers the old playground equipment was at RAN$ON :.~'ry Mountain Club I ha/,e to men- tended by Donna, Annie and Georg, .lion t~at the club has made no effort Jordan and no one else It is safe to sa' 725-7321 the recent past to correct any of the that they reached no agreement. Wha Closed July'4th i~r road conditions we residents happened to the ones who called th ta~t daily. Any improvements meeting is a mystery. Save *2 All-cotton bath towel Sale 2.99 Orig. 4,99. Soak up savings on this thirsty bath towel Its generous size will surround you in luxurious 100% cotton terry to pamper you dry. tn lots of rich home- fashion solid colors to mix and match. With a U?kl Y " d,stinctwe border design. East rn B ing lppl Save onmatchinghand towel and washcloth, too. Dec(,rat ng nter invites you to stop in and takook at the many great specials we have to, during our Save 25% Grand Opening Celebra Clip-to-Fit slips for women ,s, eg Thursday, Frida . ,aturda! tricot. With3 rows of lace June 28, 29 30 hemline inserts that you can clip for the fit you prefer, Adjustable ribbon Register-To W straps, too. lnachoiceo, colors. Sizes 32 to 40, Clip-to-Fit half slip, 1st Prize: Black & Deckenst Buster Reg, $a Sale $6 2nd Prize:, 12 ft. x 12 ft. ass Turf Don t miss our carpet rent S dewalk Sak -"'---'-- or the opportunity to select tarpet 25% of! of your choice from our piles mples. Soft Skins -,control briefs O'/ Sale 3.75 Reg. $5. Soft Off all Sanitas & Warn/all Covering Skins basic brief of " - nylon/Lycra spandex for S 99 d more control than a Pre-Packaged Vinyls only pa.ty, but less than a girdle, With cotton comfort-shield. In white Take Advantage of Thes3reat Prices and fashion shades, Sizes S,M,L,XL,XXL,XXXL. 1 Soft Skins lacy brief, Reg. 6,50 Sale 4 Our Decorating Makes the lmce Route 340 East, Charles Town PHONE: 725-7091 Ol n Tonight JCPenney til 8 o'clock Cl dea Town, W. Va. c Man. - Thurs. g - 8; Friday 9 - g; Saturday 9.6 I I Catalog Ph.: 725-8471