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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1988 Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 Shirley Russ'ell entertained Tues- day, July 5 to two ladies' groups. At noon the Sharing Group met, then at 7:30 the Ladies Bible Class came for the monthly meeting with 11 members and a guest, Mrs. Thompson, present. Several members of the Sharing Group who are also members of the Ladies Bible Class spent the afternoon with Shirley, then joined in the even- ing meeting. A good report was given concerning Marie Sowers who had the misfortune to injure an ankle. Our best wishes and prayers are extended to her and to our member Frances Penwell, who continues on the sick list. Kitty Hughes, president, called the meeting to order asking Barbara Har- shrnan to open with prayer. Devotions given by Marianna Smallwood, who chose the topic, "Children in Church," an article, "We Should Allow Children to Feel Involved in Church," the hymn, "Jesus Loves Even Me," clos- ing with a prayer. Barbara Harshman's lesson was based on "Freedoms," in recognition of the fourth of July, using Bible readings. Many correlations between the O.T. and M. (N) T. were pointed out in regard to freedom. She closed REAETY Route 2, Box 5 - Charles Town, W. Va. (304) 725-0421 HEATWAVE SPECIAL Escape to your own home surrounded by lovely large shade treas, dogwoods on over 21/ acres of Shonnondale mountain- side. Beautiful stain glass windows, fireplace, 2BR, 1 V? baths. garage, basement are a few of the niceties. New Listing $75,000 III I I I I the lesson with a poeml Minutes of the last meeting were read with a change being made in the hostess. Announcements and discussions followed. In August, the group will meet for the summer outing Tuesday, August 2. Mary Ann Grfffith will ar- range the details. The men's group will be contacted to join this outing. In September, Barbara Harshrnan will be hostess with Mary Ann Griffith hav- in_g devotions. The treasurer gave the financial report, the evening's offering was taken, and Shirley Russell paid her birthday dues. There were no out- standing bills. A survey of the hymn books given by Mary Zombro was made resulting in two not in use at present but accounted for. Since our enrollment is now larger there is a need for all books at the meeting. The annual Sunday School picnic is to be held on Sunday, August 7. Plans were made for a baby shower for Donna White Nicodemus, spon- sored by the Sharing Group and Ladies Bible Class to be held Sunday, August 14, at 2 p.m. Following adjournment and the benediction the ladies met in the din- ing room for refreshments. This was the first visit to Shirley's new home, ] <ABLETOW/N i who, with the other, were delighted with its many convenient features. The Community Men's Bible Class met at the home of Clarence Smith Tuesday, July 5, where they enjoyed the evening meal to which each one contributed. Many took advantage of the pool. Sorry to learn that Clarence became ill later in the week but to date is doing well. Mrs. Smith is confined to her home since this hot weather's reaction is against her. Diane and Mike Alvarez have returned home after spending a week in the Virgin Isles where the latter was assigned to a business trip. Wendy Jeffries has returned home after spending several weeks in Orlan- do, W. Va., visiting her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Jeffries. She assisted her grandmother during the convalesence of her grand- father who recently submitted to surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and Johanna, of Weston, have been recent visitors with the former's brother-in- law and sister, Cpl. Jeffries and Mrs. John Jeffries. The latter has purchasd a home in the Kearneysville area and plans to move in the near future. Stuart and Gall Wolford, of Westminster, Md., were visitors of his parents, Tom and Barbara Wol[ord, before leaving for a vacation in WILLIAM SHULTZ, Broker .......... 725-7556 SHIRLEY ROCKWELL, Associate Braker 725-4524 DOTTLE BEECHLY ............................ 725-1694 LEON BORDIER ......................... 725-5685 ' J.BLACKWELL DAVIS ................... 725-2655 BRIDGET DeRONDA .................... 725-1704 JUDY FLEMING ......................... 263-1272 CARL MERCHANT ......................... 725-5912 WARREN MICKEY ....................... 725-1k163 DONALD & PATSY NOLAND ............ 725-2341 JAMES & EMMA WATSON .................. 725-9136 LYNNE WlSEMAN .................... 725-2374 JEI N LISTING EXCHANGE BUILDING SITE I/t-Acre building site in wooded Shannondale Subdivision. Located along hard surface i Florida."-,,.. Cpl. KeipeY.nent several uncomfor- table days at home this past week. Last Sunday he and several friends took tube rides down the Shenandoah River exposing themselves to four hours of the afternoon sun. Later that night be became violently ill due to sun poisoning and was forced to come home from camp where be and his wife, Sue, had planned to spend the fourth of July with friends. He was able to return to work Wednesday. A wedding took place Saturday, June 25 on the front lawn of the Kabletown United Methodist Church at 11 o'clock when Sally Russell Tan- ner and Alfred Johnson were united in marriage by the Rev. Carol B. Smith. This is a picturesque site for a wedding and is the second one to be held dur- ing the past several years. Tracey Brill accompanied her friend, Ann C. Ambrose, who with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ambrose, left July 2 for a weeks vacation in Florida. Marie Sowers, Kitty Hughes and Marianna Smallwood, were guests Sunday at noon at the Golden Corral after which they attended the ad- ministrative council which was held in the Kabletown Church. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller attend- ed the funeral of his uncle, Tyson , Train Io be a .llrl h,'HIl., full lime/- liitrl-lilllle. "i'rnilt llll It,," .irlim. ,'ll, lI|lllrl', 1111,lll" llldl itnl'l r,-,4- ill.ill Irlli,llll. f'i,.,.,'i.I aid J.h Idm' '- IIii'111 IiiNlall(','. mh.,.I Hdqlr,-.,. Bem'h. FI,. 4.1LT. TRFJ. S(]HNH LOOKING for lawn equip- men,? You'll find a good selection in today's classified advertising section. RYDER Full time parttime. Learn processing and related secretarial skills. Home Study and Resident Training. Nat'l. headquarters Pompano Beach, FL, IItNANCUU. NO AVAJLAILE TRUCKS Hopkins, Great Falls, Va. They later visited his daughter, Carmen Lucas and family, Luray, Va., where all at- tended a family reunion. Becky Ware Barman, Canfield, Ohio, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.S. Ware while the farmer's husband, Gary and sons, Jay and Chris, are on a Boy Scout camping trip 200 miles from Montreal, Canada. The reorganization meeting of the Kabletown Extension Homemakers McBride & ASSOCIATES, INC, REAL ESTATE 535-2114 APARTMENT BLDG.. 5 Units. $185,000. 2 Bedrooms. 1 '/2 bath, LR. DR. Kit in each unit. BRAND NEW - 4BR, 2 bath, LR. DR; Deluxe Kit, Faro Rm, Garage, Deck, HP/CAC. Harpers Ferry S120,000 OPEN HOUSE: Saturday 1 - 4 p.m. HOSTESS: Nancy McBride Oirtions: Bolivar Tralflc light to Bolivar, Right on Clay St. House on Right. Club will 1:30 p.m. at the Smallwood. Amo I turned in is the read this year. Dr. Jane Rissler were Saturday Smallwood. The weekend at the Harold Kootz a junior at spending the P.O. Box 1060 Harpers Nancy BROKER Catherine GREAT STARTER bath, LR, Kit.. Some Split Rail Happy Creek CABIN IN THE LR DR/Kit. Porch, utilit ONLY 10% down, 10% 15 years, 5 payment a month. LAN__E SHANNONDALE -'approx. 24,731 sq. ft. lot GLEN HAVEN - Potomac River Community, Boating, 10 minutes to Train, View of River & Mountains, {ots GIVE US A CALL FOR ALL YOUR REAL rood, septic has been installed, ._ excavated for footers & gravel AT Selling driveway aleeady completed. Jefferson READY TO BUILD, Rental Hom Center ! J" "*" CALL OFFICE I ". "-, "- FOR DETAILS 72S.7073 (so,) 725-1491 I III IIIII I III  JEFF'II$ON LISTING  |XCNAldi SECURITY HOUSE, INC. Route 340, South, Charles Town, WV 304-725-2025 DEAN BUSH, Broker (I.R.C.A.) CALL ONE OF OUR FULLTIME PROFESSIONALS TODAY ! ! JEFF SPICKLER -- Office 725-2025 - Home B76-2732 WANDA HARDY -- Office 725-2025 - Home 263-0908 I III II \\; \\; " s00v00s, me. I,. I III Gilbert C. Moblcy A(count Exe(ttt Off ice: 725-2025 Home: 725-7337 NOW AVAILABLE Full Insurance Services JILL EAVES -- Office 725-2025 - Home 876-2732 RHONDA HARDY -- Office 725-2025 - Home 263-0908 PART-TIME AGENTS PAT HERATH -- Office 725-2025 - Home 725-9827 TERI MARKLE -- Office VIVIAN JETT -- Office 725-2025 - Home 725-1726 PATRICK HENRY ESTATES 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOME IN DESIRABLE LOCATION. VERY CONVENIENT! HOUSE HAS ABOVE GROUND POOL, AND LARGE DECK ................................... $4,500 INVESTMENT PROPERTY BERKELEY CO. - GRAPEVINE ROAD INVEST IN THIS PROPERTY ! | TRAILER, 1 COTTAGE, AND DOUBLE CAR GARAGE WHICH CAN BE CONVERTED INTO AN APARTMENT. ALL ON l-plus-ACRE. CALL FOR DETAILS. $71,500 SHANNONDALE IMMACULATE 2-3BR RANCHER IN $HANNONDALE. LOCATED ON % ACRE CORNER LOT (private setting on Shenandoah Dr.), THiS HOUSE OFFERS BIG ROOMS, STONE FIREPLACE, AND GARAGE. HOUSE HAS BRAND NEW ROOF WITH 25 YEAR WARRANTY A PRICE OF ONLY $79,900 725-2025 Home 725-6451 JEFFERSON AVE. - DESIRABLE AREA. WALK TO SCHOOL FROM THIS 4 BEDROOM BEAUTY. ON ACRE - EXCELLENT LOCATION FROM SCHOOL OR SHOPPING. COME SEE THIS ONE TODAY! ! ........................ $120,000 II SHANNoNDALE " SO CONVENIENT TO JJ LEESBURGI 4 OR 5 BEDROOM HOUSE IS ! JUST WAITING FOR YOUR FAMILY. WITH A WORKSHOP AND REC. ROOM IN THE BASE- MENT. YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS DEAL! tAs.0ee . HUYETT ROAD SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL ! 4 BEDROOM HOME WITH 2V BATHS, SLJN- KENFAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE AND SKYLIGHTS. TOO MANY AMENITIES TO LIST, TREE LINED DRIVEWAY AND HOUSE ON 5 ACRES. $172,000 OR 10-ACRES, $194,S00 COUNTRY CLUB ROAD - QUALITY BUILT RANCHER ON %-ACRE. COUNTRY KIT- CHEN, FAMILY ROOM, LIVING ROOM, 3BR's, 2% BATIk, CENTRAL AIR, AND HEAT PUMP ....................... RIUCIED $142,d HIDDEN RIVER FARMS - SMALL HORSE FARM WITH PANORAMIC VIEW, 3-BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN, 2 FULL BATHS, FAMILY ROOM, ON 7-PLUS-ACRES WiTH 4 OR 5 STALL BARN AND SEVERAL OUTBUILD- INGS - ACCESS TO OPEQUON CREEK. $125,000 CHARLES TOWN $159,500 COUNTRY LIVING... . . is yours in this 4BR-2%BA Brick Rancher just 1 mile from town. Large deck overlooking 2-plus- gently rolling acres w mature shade treas. Spacious rooms plus many extras. Call for information, 725-1491 SHEPHERDSTOWN AREA 5.75 acres w/metal looting water hydrants for tastic view of Harpers Ferry unit on property Coil 725-1491 SHEPHERDSTOWN $115,000 BE THE FIRST TO SEE This beautiful 3BR-IBA brick rancher on 1 . acres. Just outside of Shepherdstown. Fut base- ment with complete kitchen could easily be con- verted into an income producing apartment. Call 725.1491 RANSON 2BR-1 L'BA Townhouse with Walk to stores & bank. current rent income of Call 725-1 WANT A RIVERFRONT LOT? WE HAVE A 1-ACRE LOT ON THE SHENANDOAH RIVER, IN AVON BEND. JUST RIGHT FOR YOU. $13,000 FOX GLEN 2BR, IBA TRAILER, ON 100 X 110' LOT CALL FOR DETAILS $18,500 LEETQWN $85,5{)@ HARPERS FERRY AREA FAMILY CHARMER Lovely 3BR-2%BA, 2 story home in country setting Combine your home & busine$ on 1.89 acres offers room for growing family. Ferry/Bolivar in this Many extras including child's play center in fenced Style home w/detached shop yard, basketball court, and satellite dish. mercial possibilities. Cell 725-1491 Interested in obtaining your Real Estate License? JACK KELLEY "School of Real Estate" will be held in Martinsburg, July 18th July 29th Town 8, Country is looking for full-time professionals now! Your tuition will be re with your first commisskn. Call Town 8, Country For Information. _,., (304) 725.1491 (304) 263-0814 (304) 229.59=" 876-9323 Thinking about selling your home? Check w/Us About the HMS Home Warranty