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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 LEAVE IT ALONE AND IT WILLEARN MORE INTEREST We pay 5% on savings but much more on Cer- tificates if you have funds you don't expect to use immediately. Stop in and let us show how you can have a greater income by using term Certificates yet still have money readily available. There is no obligation. Sept. 5 with Mrs. Lena Staubs. Mrs. Lucille Waters and.son, and Mrs. Thelma Cogle were visitors Tuesday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs: Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhat and daughter, were supper guests on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughter, the occasion being a crab feast. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Martinsburg were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pee Wee Long and family of Ranson, were visitors Sunday, Sept. 3, with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart were visitors Saturday, Sept. 2 with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Smith and children of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, were dinner guests Sunday, Sept. 3, with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs of Bunker Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub and family, were visitors over the past week-end with Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. Jake Jacobs was a on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Kim and Brian Whitehair were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Daran. Md, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and children of Shepherdstown were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub and family and Mrs. Peggy Lemaster motored to Enchanted Forest on Sunday and enjoyed the day. Mrs. Hilda Piper and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritts were guests on Sunday at Key Ferry Acres A dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley of the church. DANCE SAT., SEPT. 23 H. F. FIRE HALL t The Friendship Fire Company will sponsor a dance at the fire hall on Saturday, Sept. 23, 1978, from 9 till 1. Music will be fur- nished by Basic Gold Band. Admission - $6.00 per couple - $5.00 Stag. For reservations call 535-6915 or 535-6967. "He who listens, under- stands." African Proverb PUBLIC SALE Having moved to Knott Nursing Home, I will sell following personal property, antique and modern, at home on Second St., Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. on: SATURDAY- SEPT. 16, 1978 Beginning at 10.00 A.M. Walnut corner cupboard; walnut blanket chest; washstand; marble top washstand; walnut double hickory slat-back rocker; oval dining table (extra Empire desk - chest; 5 pc. parlor suite; 2 Adams st old pictures; picture frames; single poster bed; 8 pc. room suite; library table; victrola and records; piano and bench; 2 perch swings; 5 concrete urns; table; end tables; drop leaf table; sideboard; 2 pc. uite; plant stands; 4 chests of drawers; metal serving table; 4 metal utility cabinets; rockers and strai chairs; 5 pc. dinette set: base cabinet; 2 stools; 2 sofa: Hammond electric organ and bench; refrigerator & freezer combination; Frigidaire stove; G.E T.V.: Wheeler and Wilson sewing machine; trees; day bed; corner stand; book shelves; books; small trunk; lamps; portable oil heater', step ladder; furniture; reel mower; electric fan; luggage; mantel porcelain alarm clock; old crocks and jars; rugs; china glass ware including a cranberry glass pickle castor; pressed glass; celery holder; set of china; odd bowls; fume bottles; set of Oneida silver ware; kitchen appliances; bed linens; garden tools; Bric-A-Brac and articles too numerous to mention. Terml: CASH Mary Henkle Gra Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller, Clerk: N. Clark Furr LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED Not Responsible for Accidents on Property Sept. 7 - 2T "The busy bee has no time for sorrow." Will Fashion saving 725 - 207T Member FDIC Patricia Combs, Is, Jeffersonian Manor' s Employee Of The Month Mr. James S. Hecker, Ad- ministrator Jeffersonian Manor Nursing'Home announced today that Mrs. Patricia Combs had been selected as the "Employee of the Month" for August 1978. In a personal letter to Mrs. Combs the administrator stated :this selection is a source of considerable pride to me since in my view your performance embodies the ideal charac- teristics of a nursing assistant in the field of Geriatric nursing. You consistently manage to strike that delicate balance of an industrious effort coupled with a genial sensitivity for the best interests of the resident and the i provision of truly quality nur- sing care. This is reflected in the opinions of your peers, your superviors and most significantly, the reports I receive on a daily basis from our residents. In an environment .which admits of necessity to a regular and detailed daily schedule, with little variance, I find your enthusiam both ad- mirable and refreshing. Very often in the hustle and bustle of the daily management of a busy A SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY FROZEN FOOD VALUES i i SPECIALS: SEPTEMBER 12 THRU SEPTEMBER 16 3- S lb. bells Frsnck Fries s4.25 S lb. Tub lbme hof 3.75 16 count Sausage Pizza 10.00 6- 91/2 oz. Pound Cake 4.00 ii lie SPECIALS: SEPTEMBER 19 THRU 23 ii 12 - 1 lb. Farm Sausage Links 41/2 lb. pkg. Surf Gem Putaies 12 - 9 oz. French Cut Beans Tray of 25 Fudge Nut Brownies READY SERVE ENTREES: I i ii I 6 lb. Trey Beef Stew S lb. Saflslmry Steak $ lb. Itdim MeutboHs $ HI.- 4 oz. Perk Loin $ lb. Pepper Beef Patflds S HI. Veal Stew S HI. Creamed Tvrkey & Needles 6 HI. Bxns A Bacon S HI. Stuffed Skeh 3 lb. Fish& Lomen sauce 514.70 3.25 3.00 3.25 ii ALL BOIL IN BAG VEG, mseef 1254.90 10 lb. BEEF PATTIES ....... 12.50 10 His. ITALIAN MEATBALLS ! 1.25 s4.ssz. Staffed Chicken Breast. 20.50 2 HI. FLOIIIDA ROCK SHRIMP... 5.40 12- 14 az. BREADED CHICIEN. 9.50 12. ! oz. SHRIMP BASKm.. 14.75 4 His. BATTLER DIP COD ....... 5.25 6- I HI. pkt FISH STK: ..... 6.60 [ FROZEN I ASK ABOUT THESE FOODS i i i i i Assorted Meute Bakery Predem gloy saofoed Reedy Serve Entrees Apple bttw Pomo Prodvm Onion Biqo Shdmp Bogs Frdts Vqetddu pededl Devined Sinnp On.me J Poy T.V. Prices subject to change without notice Foirfax Blvd., Ranson,W.Va. Phone: (304) 725 - 5050 Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 9 6 P.M. Fri.&Sat. 9. to 9 mmmm facility we fail to take the time to recognize truly exceptional work effort. This program then serves to remind me that this nursing home does not operate ef- fectively simply because of my direction but rather because of 'the conscientious application by employees of your caliber. I want you to know that I both recognize and appreciate ef- forts." Mrs. Combs has been em- ployed at the Jeffersonian Manor since September 1977 and this is the second time she has been selected for this recognition. She is a resident of the Shenandoah Area of Jef- ferson County. A cash award was tendered to Mrs. Combs in recognition of her selection. L  -dk .dk ,dk .d ,dkL .,Ik .,L ,dL., SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Staubs and children and Mr. Robert Fanft, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Ronda Barron of Charles Town were visitors Sunday, Sept. 3, with Mrs. Leona Staubs. 'Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Staubs and Mrs. Leona Staubs, were visitors Sept. 3 with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family of Leesburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son, of Park View Trailer Court, were guests over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughter we.re visitors Sept. 3 with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen Development near Kear-, neysyille, were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle, and Susan, and Mr. Gary Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart, were dinner guests Sept. 3 with Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda & Augie. Mrs. Darlene Cole and Tracey, Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Roxanne Everhart, were visitors last Wednesday, Aug. 30, with Mrs. Norma Smoot and son of Park View Trailer Court. Mrs. Mary Dillow, Mrs. Lena Pierson and Mrs. Shirley Kircher, of Mannings were visitors Sunday, Sept. 1 with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmou Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staubs of were visitors Tuesday, 20% off All any-weather coats. Sale 39 to46 Reg. 49.00 to 58.00., Great gear in cotton polyester poplin. Classic trenches and more with zip-out linings, hoods, fabulous details. Great colors. Sizes for misses, juniors 20% off Extra size sports. Sale 5 to 13 SALE 8.00, Reg. 10.00 Slacks Sizes 32 to 40 SALE 13.60, Reg. 17.00 Smock Cardigan SALE 5.60 to 9.60, Reg. 7.00 to 12.00 Tops SALE 8.80, Reg. 11.00 Wlntuk * Cerdlgans 20% off , Snow Flake ' Lightweight Co-ordinates  SALE 7.20 to 14.40 ] Reg. 9.00 to 18.00. Misses Antron , Ill Nylon Satin Embroidered  scolloped trim and flow, on yoke with small bow.  In Champagne or Cocoa.l Sizes S,M,L. // Sale 7 ', Reg. 900  -Reg: i1" Misses Dress Length Gown : Misses Floor Length Gown Sole 7 , Reg. 9" Sale 14 ', Reg. 18" Vdsses Dress Length Robe  Misses Floor Lenfth Robe 20% off All Misses Pant Uniforms Sale 11 0 to 20  Reg. 14.00 to 26.00. Women's 2 pc. pant uniforms in double knit polyester. White only. Sizes 8 to 16 / 20%off Women's Dress Boots Sale 20  to 3600 Reg. 26.00 to 4S.00. Side-zip suedes stitched vamp, com- position sole. Also - leather pull on styles. Women's Sizes. 130% off Women's sportswear Sale 6" to 9" Reg. 11.00 to 14.00. Group includes selected Slack Blouses and Tops. SHOP MaN. & FRI. 9to 9 TUES., WED., THURS., SAT., 9 to $ 00dCPenney t mEnu SHOP CATALOG