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2O SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1977 DON'T LET THE ENERGY SHORTAGE CATCH YOU COLD! Be Prepared With "The Mountaineer" ' Wood Stove Because of the unique design of the Mountaineer Wood Stove, you can sleep through all night warmth this winter. Easily adjusted dual draft controls let you set just the right temperature. ENERGY EFFICIENT MODERN WOOD STOVE Join the thousands who have saved with a low cost, energy efficient MOUNTAINEER WOOD STOVE ! l ! Electric and oil bills are ever increasing but firewood is one resource that is plentiful, clean, and renewable. You canheat up to 1,750 square feet for nothing if you can cut your own wood or as little as $10.00 if you buy it. SMITH & STRIDER APPLIANCES 302 W. Washington Street Charles Town,'W. Va. Phone 725-5321 HOSPITA L NOTES Patients admitted to Jefferson Memorial Hospital since Sept. 26, included: MEDICAL Gertrude Clifford, Charles Town. Virginia Moore, Harpers CALLING ALL HOMEMAKERS Brought To You By RAMErS DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT OCCASIONAL FURNITURE PIECES? Here's an idea that can give a wonderful decorating touch to your rooms, and also give you added , RAMEY conven ience: Why not consider using an occasional furniture such as perhaps a separate pull chair. This separate chair can provide you with something distinctive and something that will serve as an "accent" to the rest of your room. Such a chair can make a beautiful dif- ference in your room decoratively, to say nothing of giving you another seating piece that can always come in bandy. Incidentally, you don't have to restrict yourself to one occasional chair in your living room. You might consider a pair, perhaps twmchairs, or two entirely different chairs to add even more variety. And there is other accent furniture that can help you in addition to chairs. You might think about such things as a different chest (instead of a table) placed beside a chair. Or add a console, love seat or chaise or cabinet or any one of a number of special pieces to punctuate your room. This occasional furniture- although it may be small in the overall picture--can play a big role in picking up a color scheme or in helping make your room more outstanding. We invite you to come in and browse around here. RAMEY'S Ferry. Granville Dinkle, Harpers Ferry. Evelyn Shirley, Kear- neysville. Debi Alkire, Charles Town. Mary Petrie, Harpers Ferry. Angela Piper, Harpers Ferry. Wanda Barnheuse, Gapland, Md. Helen Wright, Shepherdstown. Susan Goens, Ranson. Captain Rodgers, Harpers Ferry. Margaret Shirley, Charles Town. Phyllis Harding, Millville. Marcia Kemner, Shenandoah Junction. Ernest Heflin, Kearneysville. Daniel Roderick, New Wind- sol', Md. Cardinal Givens, Harpers Ferry. George Adams, Washington, D.C. Robert Tharpe, Charles Town. Patricla Madison, Kear- neysville. Richard Ashhangh, Harpers Ferry. Phillip Stephenson, Harpers Ferry. Shirley Longerheam, Charles Town. Louis Upwright, Harpers Ferry. Oliver Culley, Summit Point. Mary Demory, Kearneysville. James Zombro, Ranson. Debra Lake, Kearneysville. Harrison Lanham Shepherdstown. ANNIVERSARY Denver Tasker, Kear: neysville. Barry Davidson, Harpers Ferry. Kenneth Averett, Harpers Ferry. Edward Penwell, PaRson. Charles Bowens, Panson. Elizabeth Howell, Harpers Ferry. Eleanor White, Harpers Ferry. Jacinta Yates, Charles Town. Leslie Todd, Ranson. Mattie Whittington, Ronson. Lillie Whittington, Harpers Ferry. Anita Stillions, Harpers Ferry. Rene Masionneuve, Kear- neysville. Connie McDonald, Kear- neysville. SURGICAL Frank Dilger, Martinsburg. Michael Fox, Brunswick. Michael Mason, Kear- neysville. Ernest Jones, Ranson. Margaret Mahoney, Charles Town. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Didson, a daughter on Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen, a daughter on Sept. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Locke, a son on Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hess, a daughter on Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Sherrill, a daughter on Oct. 2. GsGo To Fall Members of the Charles Town Order of the Rainbow went to the fall district meeting in Mar- tinsburg on Sept. 17. Those attending were Laurie Payne, Bridget Smith, Barbara Maphis, Angle Dafley, Paula Manzuk, Patty Ott, Mary Wright, Jo Ellen Toothman and Mary Jenkins. Other assemblies represented were from Elkins, Keyser, Martinsburg and Romney. After registration, Mrs. Lucie Woods, grand deputy of District No. 4, conducted the school of instructions and introduced her assistant, Jeanette Heckrnan. After lunch, the meeting continued, and following the closing, refreshments were served by the Martinsburg assembly. The installation I AM A REPUBLICAN BECAUSE I believe that free enterprise and the en- com'agement of individual initiative and In- centive have given this nation an economic system second to none. Jefferson County Republican Women's Club JCPenney 75th Anniversary SPECIAL (Regularly $1.95) for a 5x7 or 4 wallet sizes Csame pose) in color with your choice of beautiful backgrounds. Additional 5x7s or Sets of Wallets in orig. Pack- 1.95 ea. TWO OR THREE CHILDREN IN ONE PORTRAIT, $1.50. = AGE LIMIT 12 YEARS OLD. CHOOSE FROM SEVERAL POSES. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, MAIL ORDERS AT HIGHER PRICES. wED.00sDA00 Pixy00 October 19.22 WED.-THURS. & SAT. 9-1 --2-5 FRIDAY 10- 1, 2- 5, 6- 8 IN CHARLES TOWN II II I followed, with Angle Dailey, protemed recorder, and receiving patriotism; Patty Ott, protemed love, and receiving choir director; Barbara Maphis, having the office of service, received the office of faith; Bridget Smith, being page to the worthy advisor, received the office of love; Paula Manzuk received the office of the page of faith, and Paula and Mary Wright sang in the district choir. Laurie Payne was district worthy advisor. Her colors were pink and green; her flower was the rose; her station was love; her song was "If We Only Have Charity"; and her scripture was St. John 4:8. Mrs. Toothman was district mother advisor. Miss Payne had each of her officers carry candles with green and pink streamers. The spring district meeting will he held in Elkins. Friendship Firemen Will Hold Dance The Friendship Fire Company of Harpers Ferry will sponsor a dance at the Fire Hall in Har- pers Ferry, Sat., Oct. 22, from 9 p.m. Until 1 a.m. Music will he provided by C. T. Onion. Ad- mission will be $6 a couple and $5.00 stag. For reservations, call 535-6915 or 535-6614. Aeronautics board recom- mends skytrain service. ATTENTION! Due to Public Demand for Water, I have once again added the service of hauling water as a phase of my business operation. Persons in- terested in having water hauled to them, should contact me: RICHARD DODSON Ranson, Oct. 13-6T Phone: 725 - 9120 W.Va. l No community will grow and develop when its people are envious of each other. To understi t other s proble : proach them from [ cumstances, not Y HEATING OIL For Your Home or BURNER MAINTENANCE BUDGET ACCOUNTS COMMUNITY OIL PHONE NOW 725. 7021 1% Discount in 10 Days of date of i i anniversary sale. 20%off boys' sweaters. entire line of warm winter sweaters fOr Boys sale. Buy 'em by the arm-full SALE ENDS SAT. OCTOBER 15th 20% off this polyester blazer. Sale *36 Reg. $45. Patc; Oockel r)azer of texluHzed WOven stretch po!ve'-,ter Fa:iK)r/ colors [OI :'/-4h regular and long SALE PRICE EFFECTIVE THROUGH SAT. OCT. 15th Sale 6.40 Reg. $8. Short lace trimmed gowns tricot in lots of great colors. S,M,L Extra sizes, reg, $9, Sale 7.20 Sale 7.20 Reg. $9. Brightly embroidered tie front gown with lace trim. Sizes P,S,M,L. Long gowns, reg. $11, Sale 8.80 20% off women's nightgowns. Sale 7.20 Reg. $9. Long lace trimmed nylon tricot gowns in the prettiest colors. SM,L. Extra sizes, recl. $10. Sale $8 20% off men's dress slacks. Sale 11.20 Reg. $14. Slacks of texturized polyester Stretch Ban-Rol waist and sticky shirt grippers. Solid fashion colors Waist 28 to 42. Sale prices effective through Saturday. Girls' hooded i , :: nylon ski jacket. Special 7.88 Nylon ski jacket with ';ylon lining and filled with polyester fiberfill. Features drawstring hood and waist Great colors or prints in si;,es 7 to 14. Szes 3106X 5 3 20% off men's flannel shirt. Sale8.80 Reg. $11. Long sleeve flannel shirt in 100% cotton or polyester/cotton. Great plaids in regu- lar and tall sizes S,M,L,XL Sale prices effective through Saturday. ! 20% OFF ALl KNIT SPORT SHIRTS Sale 8.00 Reg. $10, Colorful golf shirt of Solid placket Sizes S,M,L,XL : SALE IN THRU OCTOBER 1! I i s,o,,,o,,,,_,, JCPenney '" FRIDAY 9 9 USE YOUR RNNEY CHARGE CARD ' CHARLES I