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ctor. nmu- apel; nday, m. LV~: Q ?, J Confimed At St. Thomas Lutheran Church SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1984 Evangelist Grandstaff To Conduct Se ces Mother's Day Essay Contest Winners Named July 2 Thru July 14 Evangelist Waldo F. Grandstaff will conduct revival services in Charles Town during the days of July 2 through July 14. The revival is co-sponsored by First Baptist Church of Ranson and Tri-State Baptist of Charles Town. It will be held East on Route 340, just Lots at news this week from Lisa liileman as well as a cheerful chat which boosted my morai a bit. Last Monday she was in Berryville, Va and spent the following day at the Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, Va. On Wednes- day she attended the Clarke County Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Meeting Place in Berryvitle and reports that the meeting had a very in- tresting speaker, Dr. David Kohl. From Berryvitle she want on to Win- chester and on Thursday she attend- 15 from both New Zealand and Paris, France. Lisa says they were both amazed and delighted when she gave them a treat of peach pie and coffee cake which she had bought at the Episcopal yard sale. Seems they really enjoyed Summit Point cooking. HTTLE LEAGUE In the first of three games played last week the Braves defeated the Rangers by a score of 18 to 8. John Rudolph, who helped his cause by hit- ed a tourism meeting for the Harpers ting a home run was the winning pit- Ferry area which was held in Bolivar. cher. The losing pitcher was Renee across from the Charles Town Plaza Fri. evening she and Daniel had din- Johnson. TII Phone: 725-7031 1982 DATSUN B210 4 D - 4 spd Gray 1982 CHEVETTE SCOOTER spd Gold FORD F IRMONT Dr. - AT, PS. PB 1980 PONTIAC SUNBIRD cpe. - 4 spd Red 1980 OLDS OMEGA 4 Dr. - AT, PS, PB, Air, Green 1980 OLDS 98 REGENCY cpe - Fu,y Eq, Silver 1978 BUICK ELECTRA Limited Cpe Fully [qmpped, Maroon 1978 CAMARO Spt, Cpe. - AT, PS, PB, AC, Green 1978 FORD COURIER 5 spd, Orange 1977 CHE . SUBURBAN PS, PC, Blue 1971 CHEV. Flatbed, V8 - 4 spd PS, Green 1 Charles Town, W. Va. t~a~ong the guests atten- I:~.~g of Miss Shelley Lloyd ari to Gonzalez which was I~ ~aturday morning in St. l~tholic Church, Charles ~'~ reception immediately ~Ceremony at the Lion's I't~ Snyder of Shenstone With Mrs. Howard Sagle ~" Rd spent Wednesday im Waynesboro, Pa. Stuart Crim i Creamer, and daughter ~rd Bliekens'taff-o}- Locust I00 South West Street I Escorts & Ranger ups In Stock ! Protection For Your New Car F-R-E-E which had been announced earlier, Hiletnans spent a rather international are: Rangers7-3; Braves5-4; Yankees J~alnl The Rev. Ray" Tabor of 8taunton, whi~epursuinghis st~dies in co~lege~ was "My M~ther Sh~u~d Be Ch~senweekend having entertained guests :~-8 ~- ; ~-- KABLETOWN Va. was a luncheon guest oa Sunday he preached in churches, jails, Mother of the Year Because . . ." Onna Smailwood at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest prisons, rest homes and conducted Chris Kircher was the subject of -"~ Mter many set-backs and delays the The evangelist is a graduate of Bob children, Shawn and Melissa Martin, unity Builders Men~ Bi- South Jefferson Public LiLrary will Jones University, Greenville, South in the Junior contest, and Gladys Oft v,e-, 1~"~. ~eetsl~ Thursday evening Ju- soon become a reality as the work on Carolina, the world's largest indepen- was the subject of the winning letter . at the Methodist Church. it is progressing rapidly. TLe librar2:', dent, fundamental school, in the adult contest by her daughter. "~ t'~"n~lay afternoon July" 12 at located at the intersection of the Sum- The public is welcome tosharein the June Oft Smallwood. The subjects and !~1 o ~ Planning Meeting of the mit Point and Shirley Roads, is inspiration and blessing of practical writers are shown above from left to lIlge~ Extension Homemakers scheduled to be compleled about Bible-centered messages, right in the order named. ~'k, ~et at the home of Marian- August 1st. ~ ~ ~.~aheelytkO[~W da Mr. Allen Glassford visit.~l on Sun- Stagners at Monte View over the to hobble about a little more now i nd her sister, Jane day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. weekend were their granddaughters, once I've learned to dodge the fur- "" ~ l't~ained with thezr father, Stanley Zombro at their hor~e, OakHii Brenda and Stephanie Turner otniture, thatis'. There goes my summer ~ 1 : : " i ! " Farm, near Halltown. Brownsville, Md. trip to Salt Lake City; maybe I can . Mrs. Roy Vernon of WestShenstone Sorry I don't have as much news for make it an autumn trip instead, t ~ ,! entertained the NannieCoiner Circle you this week as usual but I'm not John Rudolph was among thoseat- ~ ~. of the Duncan Memorial United quite up to par and this is the best I tending the annual Jeffco Basketball '' r ',<''' Methodist Church when it aaet at her could do. I took a tumble Thursday Camp, which was held lastweekat the :~. :~t ~ I [ i home on Wednesday morning. On morning and broke a bone in my foot Charles Town Junior High ,School :: ~:, ~,~, {~ in Cumberland, Md.Saturday morning she and the and just making it to the telephone is gymnasium, under the direction of Mr. n, Vienna, who hasReverend Mr. Vernon atended a a major operation. Can't seem to Meredith Polen. John, who was enroll- zt~{sins, Tracey, Jim- breakfast at the church inBerryville, balance myself on crutches, but ed in the 8 to 12group, was named the ~ri[1. joined the fatal- Va. which was prepared by the men Odessa Snyder brought me a walker most valuable player and presented of Brownie Troop 418 for the women of the church, this afternoon so perhaps I'll be able with an award. Tuesday to Wild World, Following the softball game on Fri- lit ,whee they had amost en- day evening Mark and M~" Rud lph ~ ~l E ! interesting visit, and their daughter Mehnie visited L. [ma Pitzer of Martinsburgwith Ken and tackle Bisctt and their Ji ~al days with her daughter son Scott at their home it Tuscawilla ~:"~rown and family. Hills for pizza and an enjoyable even- ~,~.~,b~per and Steve Hardy', ing. On Saturday evenirg Mark and !~~i~ Mary, who were celebrating their 0wnJtfor third wedding anniversa'y were join- ed by Tom and Paula Birch for din- ~ ~18798 her at a Chinese restau'ant and the iiy brook trout, Shane an movies in Winchester, Xa. cM~~eh tout with Ryans father, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bickenstaff of c ~atching a 15'~ 2 lb. rain- Hagerstown, Md visitedon Thursday evening with their s n and daughter-I i ulia ~ " in-law, Rich and Julie Bli:kenstaff and i~ ~' :" ~ :'::j ~ ~"' .'L;~ ,; ,~ 2,"2":~, ,4::, ,~'~, ,:~:",~'.:: .7~ ~: :~L~;~. " : ~ '~:,;.~:',Z':,!;'ef :,~ u," ~;'.mun, USA stationed at Fort '~ '~'"~"~" ~'"~'" anld tr I ld~t reiding in Augusta, Ga. the latter's parents, M-. and Mrs. ~ga .l~ ~llotopycle to visit his fami- Philip Creamer at Loct~t Grove. . ' ,- " " e'J~ an0rJaildren, Amy and AJ Mr. David Rowland of Hagerstown, "~12,;"~' visit with her Md. was avisitor on Sunby afternoon 1 o,'/ne -1 J~ ra2:]tended ~:thi~ :!!r~eOn~ee~CrlemdP!tn~; a t theMr. andh m Mrs.eSGeorge of his at at and uncle,crin, his cousins 1T S,'-, :", tit / i Bets," and Clayton Stalner, and his b'k'"'i'~"'i ~ I I ,?~thernoto~yclist was also aunt: me. Also visiti, g with the :h. ~,~e end o~the rain and upon "-Y, ~ was wLlaout any rain pto- ~ =~11~ ll~ I~ ~ . !~[ rie enerous shared what he :art~return h~me later he met z ~ de-- ---~-'~ - -- ^ ' ^ --~ - ete~'~nt whi'h resulted in an n, ,~=r~ti~le,wasandt taled'headHiswhiledaughterthe I ,11 I-, ItB LL I ,~ the report also saying her i ~ed to his home. a sermon of h)anns by the et~"~eAlexandermembers f t [XI( Iod. II Servic( F! :rs~ti n and friends gathered r, ~ ' '~"~Y school room to enjoy a l~,~?d delicious dinner. This farewell expression to Jc~J ~ Aane Alexander who had~~t~Vn~ I~A~ t)NLY '~o~ ~o,a~o ~ y& good luck, was made by Satu - June 29 & 30 W Adams. The Rev. Carol assumes his ministry at Church Sunday July l UP TO A ~ve thanks. Rev. was presented with Kent Tice and " x ~ were present. ~ ,zntY~:l~- Church Memorial ; b~'~eived gifts in memory of Lay, ~Cloud from Mr. and Mrs. ,t ~r, Betty, Bob and Donna 5-Years or 60 000 Miles :)~aPl~'.Robert Smith and family, ~s e Sowers, Willard and IIK~ Hughes and )e es McDonald, Rippon :io~'~Yafternoon with her sister Shopping Center. her m Berryville and on Saturday On Tuesday eveningBrian Everhart aS~e Mr. Grandstaff has been active in evening they were dinner guests, in pitched the Braves to a 21 to 16 win Young women affirmed their baptismal promises on the field of evangelism for the past company with Mr. and Mrs. Harry over the Rangers in 7 innings. John s watn.S?l t;hOr ,a:lfftt2geg at] kUtKhet ; twenty" years. During manyof these Athey at the home ot Mrs. Julian Rudolph hit a home nm for the Braves. years he was pastor, while conducting Glasseock in Winchester. The busy Chris Pifer was the losing pitcher. !, Karen Farmer, Mary Neal, Jill Howe, and Lee meetings. Heis a nativeof auray, Va. A portion of the Mother's -Day week ended with a visit on Sunda)" On the 21st the Rangers defeated the man.They were presented Lutheran Books of W'orship He was converted at theage of twenty'- celebration at the Mannings Assembly trom Daniel's son and daughter-in- Yankees 14 to 12. Chris Pifer was the ua " " Evangelist Dr. E. Wayne Thompson. selection of winners in a Mother's Day their sons, Driar, and Daniel of War- the losing pitcher. , their confirmation by Luthern Church Women one under the ministry of Pastor- of God Church centered around the law, Mr. and Mrs. Jam~.~s Hilemanand winning pitcher and Joe Ceravalowas tor t, Ms. BeverlyCoffman.(PhotobyFitzpatrick) He surrenderod to the call to preach afew months after conversion. Even essay contest. The essay subject, renton, Va. In addition to atl that the As of dune 21st the league standings