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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 24 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1978 gathering of cerebral palsied individuals 16 years and up throughout the state who want to exchange ideas and have fun doing so. A search is being conducted statewide for the individuals from each county who would like to attend. If you are cerebral palsied and think you would enjoy meeting other people your own age from around the state contact our office by mail before September 30th stating your reasons for wanting to attend. Iue to limited space only two persons from each county can attend. United Cerebral Palsy of West Virginia will provide food, and musical entertainment at the West Virginia room of the Charleston Civic center on Saturday, October 28, 1978, from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. You must provide transportation, any necessary lodging-and other meals necessary for your trip to Charleston. Letters from per- sons wishing to attend will be judged by a committee on the basis of your reasons want- ing to attend. Applicants will he notified by mail before Oc- tober 10. Send your letter today to United Cerebral Palsy of West Virginia, P.O. Box 1561, Charleston, West Virginia 25326. [ Please advise if you will need an I aide. I The impulse to d( good is worthwhile if individual does good. PANELING, PANELING,  P,NEL "dL STORE I Mile East of Wincheste, n Route 7 PHONE 667-1299 PANELING, PANELING, PANELING, PANELING Weekend values. 20%off Misses sweaters. Take cover in fashion sweaters of warm textured acrylic and acrylic blends. Great styles in favorite stripes and solids. Sizes S,M,L. Striped cowl-neck, Reg. $14 Sale 11.20 20%off Work sets. Sale s6.38 Reg. s7.98. Big Mac twill shirts of Fortrel polyester/cotton. Treated with Soil Release. S-M-L-XL. Cuffless pants, 30 to 42 reg. 8.98, Sale 7.18 20%off Junior jackets. ,,i - Sale s31.20 to s46.40/1 Reg. s39 to $58. Save on popular style junior jackets and pontcoats, in warm  - fabrics and great  colors 20% off All work shoes. Sale s15 9 to $3200 Reg. $18.99 to s4g.o0. Get built-in durability from oil resistant leathers and soles. Select boots or shoes, some with steel toes. Men's sizes. BLUE RIDGE ACRES Faith B. Cone Dial 725-5488 Edna Peddicord says she enjoyed her southern vacation trip although it entailed a great deal of driving. It was her first trip to New Orleans and she was not too impressed. In the evening Bourbon Street was closed off and it was like a daily ! carnival with some great jazz music, but the side shows were a bit too earthy New Port Richey in Florida was more to her liking and the weather was just per- fect. Our Edna looks tanned and happy. Joe and Berta Davidson became proud grandparents for the first time and go around beaming as grandparents are supposed to. Congratulations. Mrs. Dora House, Edie Monk's mother has arrived for her winter visit. During the sum- mer, daughter Rebecca spent her vacation at home and was a great help in that huge garden. Also had a nice long visit with Red and Edie. About the time Edie feels the house is getting lonesome, mother arrives to keep her company. Somthing is wrong with that sentence - do houses get lonesome? Now that trucks can no longer use the Sandy Hook bridge, there are not so many massive traffic jams. Our sturdy bowlers invite one and all Blue Ridgers to join the Thursday bowling at Brunswick, Md. bowling alleys at one-ish. No teams, just fun. Bertha DeVese and Gladys Gooch have been doing so much bowling that they are hitting the 140's in duckpins. However, Bertha occassionally manages a game in the 70's to keep the less experienced bowlers company. Blue Ridge Mountain Country . Club is featuring its annual Bull Roast on Saturday, 7 Oct. The Bull Roast is one of the most popular and well attended' events of BRMCC. The food will range from charcoal beef, charcoal fresh and country ham BANK.)q': CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 [ Member FDIC to cake and coffee with many goodies in between. And then one dances off the extra calories with the music of the Bill Krantz Combo. In case you do not have a flyer on the subject, club members may obtain tickets from Edna Peddicord for themselves and their guests. Deadline is Sunday, 1 Oct. 78. Cal and BJ LaMotte's house should qualify as a BRA natural resource. Hardly had the LaMottes decided to move last summer when Rita and John Brady rented the old House until they could build. Work went slowly during the long cold  winter and it was July before Rita and John could move into their still incomplete house. Moving weekend was a riot when all their various relatives decided this was the time to visit unannounced, tot on the Brady's heels from the apart- merits to LaMotte's house were newlyweds Kay and Farren McGraw, delighted to have more space to stretch while their house is being built in Keys Ferry Acres. Someone from Bakerton was asking about the LaMotte House at the fashion show last week. When Kay and Farren leave this fall, twill he a great day for the next in line. Still in the apartments are Debbie and Alex Nagy. Debbie is Dutch and Dee Hardy's daughter. Nice to have second generation people staying on the Ridge. Bill Wilt will be missed by many residents in Blue Ridge Acres. Over the years he has become a fixture working with his son Lester and Jerry Grove. Russ always maintained that no one could split a big log with more precision and ease than Bill Wilt. As he grew older, he talked less because his hearing was impaired, but when he did talk, he was a delight to hear. I especially enjoyed one time when he was telling me about our mountain when he wa,, young. The kids, and grownups too, went picking chestnuts like people pick blackberries today. But the clestnut trees and Bill Wilt are gone, but both are fondly remembered. God Bless. Haven't had a chance to talk to Marion Wellman since her recent visit to Montreal, Canada. Wish I had, it sounds like such a nice city to visit... Our small garden is kaput except for the Jeusalem ar- tichokes (sunchokes) which Irene Smith gave us after carefully crossing them with Jack's bean stalk. They are blooming beautifully, look just like wild yellow daisies, but w don't have a stepladder tall enough to pick them. So, with no particular yard work, our thoughts turn to Chicoutimi. Libby Cooper has agreed to write the next couple of columns while Russ and I rest on our laurels. Wonder if they arc really bay leaves? Faithfully... Cerebral Palsy Victims Meeting United Cerebral Palsy of West Virginia will be host to an "af- ternoon of Glamor", an informal i " (. ;f !',=  " ,: , T e J, ;Penney "',1 ' Catalog . 00rlstmas Place an order gi t certificate. J( ;Penney Catalog Department SHOe BY PHONE 725 - 8471 1978 JCPenney Jo., Inc 30% off Womaen's Sunbackers Sale s12.99 Orig. s!11.99. Straight-tip leather Oxford with neat contrast stitching, new Kraton, Soles. 30% off Women's Sunbackers Sale s12.99 Orig. s18.99. The perfect jean shoe is Natural Burnished Leather with one piece Kraton , Soles. YOUR CHOICE Orig. 10/'3.00. Women's Sheer Knee High Hosiery. One size fits all. Suntan, Gals.NOW 10 pa=rs for Sl.99 Orig. 10 pairs for =5.00. Women's Panti Hose Reinfor- ced Heel & Toe, cotton crotch. Short, Average, Long NOW 10 pairs for S1.99 Orig. 4 pairs for s3.00. Women's All-in-one Ponti Hose, cotton crotch, Invisa Guard Toe. NOW 4 pairs for Sl.99 Orig. 4 pairs for =3.99. Women's Sport Tube Socks, Terry cushioned lined. NOW 4 pairs for Sl.99 Orig. s5.99 pkg. of 2. Percale Pillow Cases, standard size, strawberry design. NOW PKG. of 2 $1.99 Orig. s3.00 and $4.00. Women's Sleepware. Long or short Gowns, baby dolls, 100% cotton or nylon tricot. NOW Sl.99 Orig. =9.00. Boys Wide Flare Leg Jeans, waist sizes 25, 27, Inseams 28,29,32. NOW S1.99 J Orig. '4.00 to 6.00. Boys Sport Shirts, Oxford Cloth, Short or long sleeve, sizes 8,10,12. NOW Sl.99 SHOP MON. & FRI. 9 to9 TUES. ,WED. ,THURS 110 SAT., 9 to 5 00dCPenney USE YOUR JCPENNEY CHARGE CARD