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O , i- ..... NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT GERMAN . AMERICAN SPECIALTIES GOURMET RESTAURANT Serving your favorite beverage Dining Room open Tue. thru Fri. 5-10 p.m., Sat. 4-10 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m. Rathskeller Club hours, 6 p.m. til midnight Closed Monday For reservations call 304/876-6783 The Innkeepers: Erwin & Carol Asam from Bavaria, Germany Shepherdstown, W.V. Shoppe a fews years ago. 1 LEETOWN The Home Extension Club will Mrs. Ruth Locke meet Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Ernest Hendricks. Bradley, son of Mr. and On Sunday, at 1:30, Mr. and Leland Bradley, returned Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., and from the University family, entertained at their at Georgetown, after home, Eastwood, in Charles He is Town, for Mr. and Mrs. Robert very well. Sagers and John and Judd. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan, Those present were Mr. and visited Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Frank Gardner and Julie, Is, Sr., and Patty, on Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue, Mr. Mrs. Sullivan will be and Mrs. James Blue and as Louise Brown, Louise, Mrs. James H. Locke grandmother, and Jim, Mrs. James S. Locke. A and brothers at Brown's chicken, ham and sausage 7th ANNUAL SlUN..LE HOlJY SHOW &SALE "//HITE CHRSTMA00' AT Shannondale Club House Friday, Oct. 21 - 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Saturday, Oct. 22.1:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sunday, Oct. 23.1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. CRAFTS, CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, PLANTS, BAKED GOODS EVERYONE WELCOME "CALL  FOR BI US  YOUR ,00o0000ONCRETE ..,v ore /NllA ,?, We Handb All Concrete Jobs Pmfesdomllv CARPORTS PATIOS DRIVEWAY SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING FINISHING Feee [ TURF CONCRETE Estimates PRODUCTS Division of Turf Enterprises Ph. 725. 7612 or 725. 9233. Charles Town YOUR LOCAL APPUANCE CENTER FULL STOCK of WESIINGHOUSE APPLIANCES, Such k. .. . ELECTRIC WIRING MATERIAL ), REFRIGERA'IORS i AIR CONDITtONB LAWN M'OWERS- RANGES & MANY MORE Dicll 725- 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. APPLIANCE CENTER George St. Ranson, W. Va. dinner with all the trimmings was served. The Sagers will be moving next week to Ohio, where they have bought a home. Reid Geronimo from Bolivar, brought the message at the Leetown U.M. Church on Sun- day. His topic was "Being Born Again". Helen Mason and Nancy Magaha were taken into the church by Rev. Frum. Bob Miller, Winchester, Va., spent Saturday with the Graham Bullocks. Mr. and Mrs. Verbus Miller, Winchester, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Bullock and family on Sunday. There will be a work day at the Baptist Church, Oct. 15, Saturday. Clean-up-paint up, beginning at 9 a.m. and con- tinning until ? One thing to be done is to paint the window trim and install plastic on windows in back of church. Mrs. Edward Dunbar visited Mr. and Mrs. Colin Dunbar and family, Keyes FerryRoad on Sunday. Cliff Starliper and Frank Gardner, III, are celebrating birthday's this month. New Administrator Jefferson Hospital Sped= To Auxiliary Lions Tempt Arts and Crafts Festival Goers With Homemade Apple Butter IT'S HOMEMADE.' "Home Made" applebutter continues to be one of the more pular items at the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival held weekend, Sept. 30 near Harpers Ferry. Made in large copper kettles over an open fire by the Charles Town Lions Club, the process is fascinating to the old and young alike. Above Lions Ralph Lonas and Paul Reid explain how it is made to a visitor while Bill Van Tol and Calvin McGehee of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce look on. (Photo by Erroll Leslie). multiple services being provided to the hospital saying he is of the opinion that volunteer services benefit not only the hospital but the community and the volun- teers themselves as well. Mr. Bryan explained that the hospital provides insurance coverage for all volunteers while on duty who have paid-up memberships in the auxiliary. He also offered his services at any time to members in regard to any problems that may arise in the hospital work. During the business session, which was conducted by Mrs. Richard Riley, president, plans were made to hold a mem- hership tea following the regular meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 2 p.m., at the hospital. Mrs. Bernard Barr was appointed as chairman of the tea. Mrs. Riley extends a cordial invitation to the public to attend and join the auxiliary. She ex- pressed the hope that, since the regular meetings will be held in the afternoons, members from the entire county will join and Mr. James Bryan, Ad- ministrator, Jefferson Memorial participate in the work. Hospital, attended the Sep- **** tember meeting of the hospital A philosopher is a man auxiliary and spoke briefly to giving people advice the membership, about troubles he hasn't He expressed appreciation for had. Exhibit Of Mini Old-Time Gener0000l Store Draws Attention Blakeley Bank Patrons A unique exhibit, the work of Harriet Callaro, proprietor of "Starlight Dolls", located in Harpers Ferry, attracted considerable attention in the lobby of the Blakeley Bank arid Trust Company, Ranson, where it was on display for several weeks. It  now displayed at "Starlight":D011s '' in Harpers Ferry. The exhibit, a miniature replica of a two-story old-time general store, is the result of hours of pain-staking and meticulous work and effort on the part of Mrs. Cavauaro, for which she had been awarded a certificate of merit. Entitled the "Tizzy Family" general Store, the exhibit in the center section of the first floor THE MAGNIFICENT FRYING MACHINE depicts Watt A. Tizzy, the proprietor, standing behind a typical wooden waist-high counter watching two old lumbermen seated on apple crates, and playing checkers from a large checker board resting on an old-time barrel. The two old-timers have worn their turtle-neck sweaters so long they show knots have been tied in the back to hold them on. In the lumber camps of Western Maryland, the lumbermen wore WITH A BEAUTIFUL ENGAGEMENT RING...guaranteed : I by your neighbor eo#--- JEWELR Y 230 W. Washington St. Charles Town SEE IT And other New Electrical Appliances at RIDDLEBERGER,S 2| | West Washington Street SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 9 I I I I I their clothes so long it was often necessary for them to tie knots in the back of them to hold them on. Also shown is Watt's sister, Miss Imina, who is busy making a new dress. Miss Im|na has settled down very nicely after her elopement in her younger days with a travelling salesman, who abandoned her. She is in charge of the ladies' department and she resides in a small apartment on the top floor of the store. She has no room for a kitchen, so she eats out. In an area on the right of th first floor is a confectionery shop with an old-time miniature mirror back bar, tables and chairs and a pastry case con- taining all types of pastries and there is the old-time wall clock. It is run by Watt's son, Juston A., who is the soda jerk, and Wart's mother Constance, who runs a toy shop located just to the left of the general store area. All the family must work for the redhead on the second floor, who is Watt's second wife, and who has expensive tastes. second largest collecting hobby , in the world (Stamp collecting i being first. )Mrs. Cavallaro is a member of the National Association of Miniature Collectors of which there are many clubs and shows. Many miniature houses are now truly works of art and the most "in thing" right now in interior decorating is a miniature house or a single box room used as a forcal point in a room. SERVICES FOR BOLIVAR IPCC The Rev. Samuel Miller, pastor of the Bolivar In- ternational Pentecostal Church of Christ, Harpers Ferry, an- nounces the following services and activites: Sunday, Church School, I0 a.m., for transportation, call 535- 6919 or 725-7388. Special speaker will be the Rev. John Stegmann of Rhodesia, Assemblies of God missionary to South Africa for nearly 20 years; Rev. Stegmann is presently visiting the United States along with his wife PHILCO 21" DIAGONAL TABLE MODEL C3102JWA 100% Solid-State Chassis Philcomatic TM Black Matrix In-line Color Picture Tube A.C.T." Lighted Channel Indicators Plug-in Transistors and IC's Stand available as optional extra (TB115W) Contemporary styled cabinet of Walnut- grained vinyl on wood composition H -- 18" W -- 26" D -- 19" J. 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