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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1978 III I r TEACHERS WE'RE DELIGHTED TO HAVE YOU BACK. WE HAVE A SPARKLING VARIETY OF BANKING SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR YOUR USE AND HOPE YOU GIVE US THE OPPOR- TUNITY TO BE HELPFUL. 725 - 207T Member FDIC and family. The following day Paul Rudolph accompanied the Stevens' on an overnight trip on the Skyline Drive where they visited the caverns and other points of interest. They returned to the Rudolph home on Wed- nesday to spend the night and the following day the Stevens family visited a few friends in the area before returning home to Maryland. On Wednesday the Rev. David Wood and dughters hiked along the C&O Canal. On Saturday, Paul Rudolph was a guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Webb and Parker of Orchard Hills on a trip to Skateboard Land in Alexandria, Va. After a fun day of skating followed by dinner at the Red Lobster Inn, Paul was an overnight guest at the Webb home. On Saturday the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters and their houseguests, the Rev. and Mrs. Russell Locket attended theall day Inspiration '78 held at the Watermelon Park in Berryville. Mr. Wood was the evening speaker. Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, Md., was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. On Saturday, Danny Mills ac- companied Mr. Earl McDonald on a trail ride near Leesburg sponsored by the Mason-Dixon Riding Club. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jenkins and children rushed to a Baltimore Hospital to visit with the latter's brother, Mr. Chuck Dawson, who underwent surgery on his leg early in the day. His condition is guarded and our prayers are with him. Also on Sunday Mrs. Arthur Dodson and children of Leetown, visited at the home of Mrs. Pearl Jenkins and Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crim and daughter of Winchester, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Margaret Crim and family. CHURCH NEWS Effective o0 Sept. 3, services at the Summit Point U.M. Church will be changed. Sunday School will begin at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11:15 a.m. Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital August 2t through the 27, included: Joyce Sherman, Kear- neysville. Frank Broadford, Charles Town. Brenda Bender, Ranson. Chastity Madison, Millville. Ernest Ellifritz, Ranson. Debra Dalgo, Charles Town. Mamie Whittington, Charles Town. Alice Brown, Summit Point. Brenda Carper, Millville. Rosemary Baker, Ranson. Paula Lytle, Charles Town. Frances Warren, Annandale, Va. Anna Franks, Inwoed. Cynthia Whitehair, Shepherdstown. Martha Shamblin, Charles Town. Pamela Furr, Ransom Patricia Mambrino, Ranson. Jacqueline Tingler, Ranson. Kevin Weister, Shenandoah Junction. Nicholas Brown, Harpers Ferry. Mathew Fuss, Shepherdstown. Dorothea Jenkins, Mar- tinsburg. Shannon Franks, Kear- neysville. Lillian Myers, Shenandoah Junction. Christopher Boyd, Summit Point. Sara Penwell, Charles Town. Dorothy Walker, Kear- neysville. Sandy Carlisle, Ranson. Zelleapheane Scott, Harpers Ferry. Elizabeth Williams, Charles Town. Kenneth Carroll, Kear- neysville. Pearl McDonald, Gerard- stown. Barbara Harding, Harpers Ferry. Mikell Stephenson, Charles Town. Beatrice DeHaven, Mar- tinsburg. Mary Hutson, Bakerton. Mabel Moore, Harpers Ferry. Mary Barrow, Kearneysville. Nettle Fraley, Kearneysville. Stephanie Possumato, Har- pers Ferry. Willie Glascock, Summit Point. Ethel tIarding, Halltown. Rusty Moon, Charles Town. Charles Elliott, Ranson. Charles Brown, Jr., Charles Town. Rickey Long, Ranson. Barbara Donivan, Ranson. George Robinson, Ranson. Gertrude Schill, Kear- neysville. Gladys Mullen, Purcellville, Va. Daniel Bullock, Kearneysville. Lorraine McDonald, Ranson. Rhonda Benjamin, Kear- neysville. Louise Hamilton, Charles Town. Michelle Ott, Charles Town. Linda Miller, Frederick, Md. Paula Howell, Harpers Ferry. Jeannette Rose. Ranson. Sara Montague, Pikesville, Md. David Twyman, Ferry. Margaret Koontz, Ferry. Julia Shutts, Rachel Hose, Robert Long, Sr., BIRTHS. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kearneysville, a August 21. Mr. and Mrs. RodneY Harpers Ferry, a August 22. Mr. and Mrs. Ranson, a daughter 24. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harpers Ferry, a August 25. Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Inwood, a August 26. Mr. and Mrs. Millville, a son born When a business man offet$i bargain, think CRAB FEED CHARLES TOWN MOOSE Sunday September 3rd 3 til 6 Dance 7 til 11 Music by: WILD TURKEY $8 g Per Person ALL YOU CAN EAT & DRINK CRABS g DRAFT BEER Last Day for Tickets AUGUST 27tll Moose Members & Lady ONLY! August 17 - 2T i [] Blue Ridge Quartet Coming The Blue Ridge Quartet, nationally syndicated on television and well-known throughout the Eastern part of the nation, will appear in concert Friday, September 8, at 8 p.m., at Jefferson High School. The evening of entertainment is spon- sored by "The Little Peoples Place." Tickets may be obtained at Leslie's Record Land, Ray's Barber Shop, Fargo Nationwide Insurance, Cornell's Furniture and Book Store, Mildred Washington Gift Shop, Ott's Business Supplies, Fritts' Grocery and Dillow's Blue Ridge Grocery. Adult tickets are $3; students $2; children under six admitted free. Senior citizens will attend in groups at a special rate. [] :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Many people have celebrated birthdays recently in the village, and I would like to recognize those I know about. Mr. Clay Stamey was honored by his wife Ernestine and son Doug at dinner at the Sizzling Steak House in Martinsburg Saturday. They returned home and con- tinued the festivities with cake and ice cream joined by their daughter Karen. Little Mark Del-CoUe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Del-Colle, celebrated his 4th birthday at a party held in' his home Thurs- day. The children on hand to celebrate were John Rudolph( Michelle and Tony Del-Colle. Later in the evening the family continued the celebration by attending the Clarke County Fair. On Friday Mr. Ernest Rudolph was honored at dinner by his wife Joyce and sons, Mark, Paul and John and Miss Deanna Spunich of Kabletown. Later Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson joined them to continue the birthday celebration with cake and ice cream. On Sunday, the Rev. and Mrs. David Wood honored their daughter Heather, on her 13th birthday with a party held in their home. Paul and John Rudolph were participants as well as her sister Dawn and the Wood's houseguests, the Rev. and Mrs. Russell Locket of Bluefield. Mr. Locket was also the guest speaker at each of Mr. Wood's churches Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and daughter and Miss Sheila Robertson of Winchester, Va., motored to Jarvesburg, N.C., last Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Osborne. They spent several days en- joying the surrounding tourist sights and returned home late Wednesday evening. On Monday, Mr. Alfred Johnson of Charles Town, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson, and on Thursday Mr. Blaine Holliday of Martinsburg, visited with the Johnsons. Mrs. Richard Shirley and Amy visited on Monday with Mrs. !Ernest Rudolph and sons. Mrs. David Wood and daughters returned home on Tuesday from a weeks visit at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Stevens of Fork, Md. Mr. Stevens and sons returned the Wood family to the village and began a weeks back-packing trip along the Appalachian Trail near Harpers Ferry. Later that day Glenn became ill and the Stevens' made a detour here and resided overnight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph ORIGINAL EASY PAINT Goes on like a dream and dries in minutes, beautifully. Tools clean up in water, and walls are scrub: bing tough. Great non-fading colors. Reg.$11.25 $9, L. PLAT LAYlEX WALL P AINT LAI"|X SATIN IN !1' WIPE CLEAN SATIN Tough, stain-resistant enamel that is as easy to use as latex wall paint. Most soil wipes off, but it's scrub- bable, just in case. Reg. $13.90 I | - ECONOMICAL COLOR Full color choice in a fine wash- able wall paint. Ea'sy to use and fast drying. Valley Hardware Co. Charles Town, W. Va, Phone 725-5113 OUR NEW OFFICE AND SHOWROOM OP: FRIDAY SEPT !MBER 1st AT 126 3rd AVENU RANSON, W.VA. ACROSS FROM THE OLD HOSPITAL !