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2O Emergency Medical Services Week Proclaimed in Ranson Jefferson Memorial Hospital wishes to recognize and salute the countless professionals and volunteers involved in Emergency Medical Services 24 hoars a day, every day of the year. In its declaration of Emergency Medical Services Week, September 18-24, an official proclamation was signed by the mayor of Ranson, David Hamill, along with hospital Director of Emergency Services, Dr. George Kennedy. Both emphasized the importance of a team effort between the emergency personnel throughout Jefferson County. Kennedy, Mayor Hamill and LPN Robert Hartman are shown above at the ceremony. Dr. Kennedy expressed his deep appreciation for the nurses, paramedics, technicians, ambulance drivers, and individuals who devote so much time and energy to helping local residents in emergency situations. He pointed out that "Emergency Medical Services Week" is a time to recognize the great contributions that these professionals and volunteers make to their community each day." Sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians, the week , serves to showcase and thank the EMS services provided by the communi- ty. As Director of Emergency Services, Dr. Kennedy realizes the impor- , tance of the group effort. "From dispatchers who receive the calls, to the , prehospitai and hospital providers, the individual and team efforts can mean the difference between life and death - between recovery and lifetime disability." Mrs. Ruth Locke Leetown Dial 725-8309 Sunday, the Methodist Church was pleased to have Dale Flanagan as the speaker. Rev. Frum was on vacation. Dale's topic was "What Great Gift Has God Given You?" This was the second time Dale has spoken in the church and he gave a very interesting talk. September 2, from 9 a.m. to ??? will be clean-up day at the church. Help plant trees and bushes outside, and clean inside. Please come, a lunch will be served for those who work. There will be something for everyone to do. Birthdays this week are Tricia Scott, Fenton Love, Dot Gardner, Bill Coyle, Marcel Dailey and Bonnie Davis. Sunday evening dinner guests with Nita and Warren Coltis were Jack and Tricia Scott, Michael Kisner, Diane Collis, Winchester, and Fenton Love, Hamilton, Va. The occasion was to celebrate Tricia and Fenton's birthdays. October 22, apple butter making. Get your orders in to Paul Ranalli. The tenth reunion of the 8th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, WWII, was held September 9, 10 and 11, at Sigwick Cliffside Motel, with 26 veterans and their wives attending. The reunion was organized in 1970 and meets every two years. The 1988 reunion was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis. The 1990 reunion will be held in the Knoxville, Tenn., area. Keith Bullock, who is attending an airplane mechanic's school in South Carolina, spent the weekend with his parents, Pete and Chris Bullock. Recent guests at my home were Ione and Grace Breslin, Lititz, Pa.; Margaret Laise, Winchester, and Francis Blue, Shenandoah Junction. NEWS FROM NORTH JEFFERSON September 20, Bey Dawson presented a program to the students about bus safety. The sixth grade classes are having a book fair. The students and parents, too, can pur- chase books, book markers, stickers and more. Congratulations to Mrs. Martha Riz- zo. She is North Jefferson's "Teacher of the Year." Mrs. Rizzo teachers fifth grade, This week, "three week's grades" were issued. This is just to keep parents informed of their chiid's grades so far. This is not a report card. Last week's staff member of the week was Mrs. Nopper. do so many of your neighbors insure their cars with State Farm? Ask one of them, then give me o coll. RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Avenue Charles Town, WV PH: 725-7311 I (.'ailing the \\;blvo 0 ('out' dc rn',t hl\\;tll'iou' t)l\\;O C,cr IlladC v, otlld, .1{ thc \\;cl') k'a',L he an undcP,{alcment. St}led h), Bertonc of hal,, (the man i-eSlXmiblc for lhc tcgcndar', ltk of t:CITil'i and 1 .amt,,ghinii ihc %1o 7S0 (OUl: ;pOl'l,, Ihc elegalll aplt'al:tilcc ofa I;tllXpCall gt;tnd iOtlNll Cdl: l-:vcn MOfC hlMlriotl is Ihc l{i.'l Itlal the.' 7SIt ('OtllX' ti|'lL'l\\; 110 Itl\\;tlr Ottio11; everxthm; i MiilidaltJ. Including orlhot',edi,ilt'.-dcsigncd front ,,tills IllelicttlOll,l}. covt.'Pgcl in hand- sliichcd lealhcl: .And ;i dahtXialtl corllpox.d of ell.", i'll ,,c pal',lie la),t,,i, of hal/d- Fl.lbl:'t,d. lacqtlcred beech. Which b, not to ,,ugge,d thai ihe 7140 ('oupc lbrc,,,lke InMilional %'bko n,ibiliiy ,,lmpl> foi the lk of luxury Becau il", al,,o equiplx'd  ilk a n Multi-link rear ,,tl,,lx,'ll,,kll, till -tnti-locl, hi:lkiilg s) xlenl and il dll,cr sldl.' Stlpplcnlcnla] Reslraint S,,,,tcm. ltle kind of lealulvs thai ill come a.,, a Ct'Ml;rl IO allB*nc concerned >', ilh ill.%: l'he "14tl Coupe. 4", solid and dependable at arl) M+kt+ cxer built, But ++ilk it Icxcl of hi'til], tiir beT+lkt arl) yOi:%TO \\;tlho ccr buili.  ........... ,,i ..... CLARKE MOTORS, INC. ,acate00 at Rout. a.d i.,erstate St 703"662"2500 East of Winchester, Va. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1988 MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678' September 4, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Lee Dillow were surprised by their children with a birthday party at their home. They were 72 years old. Their children are Buddy and Pat Dillow and family, Martinsburg; Rhoda Dillow and family, Grapes Trailer Park; Bet- 'ty Stillions and family, Roger and Kay Stillions and family, Mickey Dillow, Mannings; Emery and Sue Jenkins and family, Hostler Road; Rosie Springer and family, and Peggy and Ray Stillions and family. There were two cakes. Mr. and Mrs. Dillow receiv- ed some nice gifts. Patisha Shire)', Bolivar Court, spent Wednesday night with Pauline Ott. Kathy Viands, Chestnut Hill, was a Wednesday visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Janice Hostler was a Tuesday visitor of her sister, Carolyn Cooper and family. Sammy aden and friend, Amber, Brunswick, Md., were Saturday night visitors of Donald and Annie Painter. Shelley Dodson, of the Bloomery, was a Wednesday visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard at(. Annie Painter and granddaughter, Trista, were Thursday visitors of Sharon Ott and Daniel. Dorothy Dillow and grandchildren, Nicole and T.J. Dillow, were guests at a first birthday party in honor of Ron- nie Dillow, III, at the home of his NEW TEACHERS AT COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL Art and music instruction will be conducted this year at the Country Day School of Jefferson County with the ad- dition of two new teachers. Dina Perrone will teach art classes and Denise Correia will handle music. Mrs. Perrone was born in New York City and now lives in Bunker Hill. She holds a BA from New College of Hofstra University, Long Island, N.Y. She is married to Albert Perrone. A native of New Jersey, Miss Cor- reia is completing her studies at Shenandoah College and Conservatory in Winchester. She is a member of the Jazz Band there and plays the piano. clarinet, the saxophone and the recorder. Miss Correia sang last year in the Liberty Chorus at the centennial celebration of the Statue of Liberty. She played in the orchestras for musicals in Middleburg, Va., and at Shenandoah. She was also a musician at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg. parents, RonnieD.illow, Jr., and Karen Drummond, Sha'lm,0,ndale, Friday night. He was one year"lil,d September 16. Congratulations to Pat and Janice Hostler on their 30th wedding anniver- sary September 7. Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts and Stacey, Harpers Ferry Mountain Club; Frank and Carolyn Cooper and Scott, and Shannon at(, spent the weekend at Four Winds Camp Resort, Fredericksburg, Va., where the Hib- biLLs and Coopers bought property. Nicole and T.J. Dillow spent the weekend with their grandparents, Perry and Dorothy Dillow. David and Linda Dillow, Walnut Grove, were Sunday evening visitors of the latter's mother, Ludelle at( and Susan. Pauline Ott was a Thursday night visitor of Pauline Adams, Orchard Hills. Sharon Ott and Daniel, were Thurs- day visitors of Mrs. Gin Grove, Silver Grove. Donald and Annie Painter and Tam- my, Sammy Oden and friend, Amber, Brunswick, Md., Rosie Penwell and Mary PenweU, were Sunday visitors of Gene Penwell, Shannondale. Perry and Dorothy Dillow were Sun- day night visitors of their daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Johnny Mahoney, .Oakland Heights. Todd and Sherry Rinker, Patisha and Rocky, were Monday evening visitors of Sammy aden and family. Mark Wiley, Middleway, was a Sun- day visitor of his brother, Paul Wiley. Mrs. Devonna Hess, Dodson's Trailer Park, spent the weekend with her daughter, Pauline Adams and family. Randy Ott, Jr., returned to his home after spending several weeks with his grandmother, Ludelle Ott and Susan. Sharon Ott and Daniel were Friday visitors of Annie Painter and grand- daughter, Trista. Sunday visitors of Ludelle Ott and Susan, were Joey and Sandy Ott, Flow- ing Springs Road; Gene and Diane Kerns, Ricky Ott and Devan and Pauline Ott. Elde Ott and Ludel]e Ott were Thursday night visitors of Nonie Painter, Brunswick, rod. Weekend visitors of Bub and Hilda Dillow and Stella, were Jerry Dillow and Frank and Mildred Dillow and Chrissy. Rocky Rinker was a weekend visitor of his grandparents, Richard and Gloria Rinker, John Brown Farm. Dorothy Dillow received a phone call from her son, Ronnie, in Oklahoma Sunday. He will be moved to Burner, N.C., at a later date. Kay Hostler was a Monday visitor of Annie Painter. Elda at( was a Friday visitor of Charles and Carol Ott, Maureen, Belinda and Priscilla and Thelma Mills, Millville. Ronnie Dillow, Jr., was a Monday visitor of his grandmother, Dorothy Dillow. Robbie Kidwell spent Saturday night with his grandparents. Philip and Adeline aden. Todd and Sherry Rinker, Patisha and Rocky, were Sunday visitors of Sam and Julia aden. Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi were Sunday evening visitors of her parents, Philip and Adeline aden. Diane Cline, Brandy, Brook and Jason, were visitors of her mother, Mary Johnston. Patty Ryman and Megan, Shannon- dale, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Jerry and Nancy Beamer and Brian, Blue Ridge Grovery. Teresa Vincent, Leslie and R.J., were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wiley and son. --+- Dorothy Stone, Pine a visitor of her mother, Gene and of the farmer's mother, Kerns, Patrick Apartments. David and Marsha Sunday evening parents, Philip and Weekend visitors of Millard Ott were Martin Viands, Jane Kuhn and Francisco and Shelia Todd and Sherry Rinker day evening visitors of Tammy Longerbeam, Jason, Orchard Hills. Pauline Adams is a son Memorial Hospital. Willard Smallwood is Winchester Medical Sherry Rinker aden, were Sunda Pauline at(. Gary and: Raechael Gary, Jr., were Sunday Merle and Betty aden Flowing Springs Road. Hilda Dillow, Willard i Mae Detrick, Myrtle Wilt, Annette Urciola, and are on teh sick list. \\; A Strategy Session? Could this be a strategy session between two office in the November general election? West Virginia Moore, Jr., (left), appears to be in serious conversation with Hicks during a lull in sewer-water dedication ceremonies Se Moore seeks reelection as governor of West Virginia, Hicks is for sheriff of Jefferson County. Announcing @ ALEX USED 4 x 4's 1987 FORD BRONCO II 4x4 Black & Gold, 21K, AM/FM Cassette, S Speed, PS, PB, Air V6. 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