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Skipping Group To Present p And Show At Shepherd -- The Skip free, and show admission is $I for rope skipping adults and 50 cents for high school age team from Boulder, and under. a workshop and Comprised of more than 170 boys College on Friday, and girls between the ages of 6 and 19, the Skip Its have proven to be the best which is open to all rope skipping team in the world. students and area school Over the past five years the Skip Its md educators, will be held have made television appearances on II:15 a.m. m the largeGood Morning America, Real People, Cree Hall. The show will the Dinah Shore Show, P.M. in the large gym Magazine, Hour Magazine, the John Hall. Davidson Show, Kids World, Games workshop and show are People Play and the Captain Kangaroo The workshop is Show. visitors of Mrs. Mabel Wilt at Chestnut MANNINGS Hill. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. David Kidwell, Jr. of Dark Lane were Sunday night visitors 725-8678 of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip aden. Chicchirichi of RansonMartin and Kathy Viands of visitor of Chestnut Hill were visitors of the fat- Mrs. Philip aden. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott of the Bloomery, on Saturday. Dee Dee Souers and Mrs. Dame Kerns of the Bloomery, Mrs. LudelleOtt Ricky Ott, Dee Dee Souers and of Mrs. Nellie daughter, Devin were Thursday visitors of Mrs, Ludelle Ott. tion Associa- Tony and Lisa Chicchirichi of Ran- was a success with a son were Saturday evening visitors of and finaneially~ on the latter's parents, Philip and Adeline 1st Yr. P&I to qualified buyers Closing Costs Payments from Typical 2-Bedroom (1st Yr. P&I/5% Down) aden. Kidwell of Dark Lane, Mrs. Devonna Hess returned to her was a Saturday morninghome at Dodson's Trailer Park, Mar- mother, Mrs. Adeline tmsburg, from stayinga week with her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Adams and Ott of Flowing Springs son, at Orchard Hills. Friday visitor of her Belated happy birthday to Shannon Mrs. Ludelle Ott. Ott on October 31. Grave of Silver Grove Mrs. Ludelle Ott was a Friday Ott were Tuesday, Carolyn Cooper. moa -, Mrs Nellie and Pauline. Turner and daughter, Mr. Danny Ott and Mr. Perry Ott were Wednesday night were Monday evening visitors of Pat SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY~ NOVEMBER 8 19B-4 and Janice Hostler. granddaughter, Kelli Weister were Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner Sunday dinner guests of Randolph and received an invitation to dinner last Inez Ridgeway and son on Summit Thursday evening from their grand- Point Road. son, Shayne Weister on Hostler's Mrs. Darlene Weister of Hostler's Road. Shayne prepared steamed Road and Miss Trix Turner attended shrimp, french fries and slaw ared a poetry reading sesssion at Glen drinks. Those enjoying the dinner were Echo, Maryland on'Sunday. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Beatrice Angelo of Springfield, Guilford Turner and parents, Mr. and Virginia, Mrs. Inez Ridgeway of Sum- Mrs. Whitey Weister and daughter, mit Point Road, Mrs. Mabel Wilt, of Kalli and son, August. Shayne is Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Sarah Turner and twelve years old. Miss Trix Turner went shopping on Mrs. Sarah Turner was a Saturday Wednesday and had dinner at Golden night visitor of her mother, Mrs. Corral, Charles Town. Mabel Wilt at Chestnut Hill. The B.R.E.A. meeting will be held There was a Halloween party at the on Tuesday, Nov. 13th at 7 o'clock. Fellowship Hall at the Mannmgs Mr. Denny Tetney~a special speaker, Assembly of God on Wednesday night, will speak on child abuse. Guests dressed as Bible characters. Visitors of Frank and Carolyn They had a guessing game to whom ~ this week were Pat Hostler, the characters were. If they couldn't Sharon Ott, Danny Oft. " guess who they were, clues were This week's visitors of Pat & Janice given. Rosemary Dinges spoke on the Hostler were Sharon Oft, Jerry and "Greahness of God" with Bible scrip- Danny Ott. tures read and a Jack-O-Lantern as Perry Turner attended a Halloween object lesson. There were questions party at the Center for Exceptional and answers. Twenty-four people at- Children on Wednesday. The Moose tended. Each one was treated to a bag Ladies supplied the treats. of candy. Everyone had an enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden of Engle, evening. Mrs. Ludelle Ott, Mrs. Elda Ott, Mrs. Joyce Hibbitts and daughter, Stacey Gall Ott and son, Randy, Jr were of Harpers Ferry Mountain Club, Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie aden Sharon Ott and daughters, Tracy and and Pauline. Shannon were Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Longerbeam visitors of Frank and Carolyn Cooper and daughter, Samantha and son, and Pam and Scott. Jason, of Orchard Hills, Sherry Oden The Ladies Auxiliary of the Blue and daughter, PaUsha of Keyes Ferry Ridge Fire Department will have a Acres and Kathy aden, were Wednes- Christmas Bazaar on November 16 day night visitors of Mrs. Nellie aden and 17, beginning at 10 o'clock, at the, and Pauline. fire hall. There will be a bake sale. Crafts and refreshments will be for Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ott and son, sale. They are accepting donations of Randy, Jr. were Saturday visitors of crafts and baked goods, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and Joyce Hibbitts and Charles Long at Silver Grove. daughter, Stacey of Harpers Ferry Mrs. Marsha Kidwell of Dark Lane Mountain Club and Danny and Sharon and Mrs. Adelme aden were Friday Oft were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Quin- visitors of the latter's mother, Mrs. ton Ott at Valley View Nursing Home Eva Bell and Jo Ann. at Berkeley Springs. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was Guilford and Sarah Turner and a Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. mat 725-0547 24 HOUR RECORDED CHIROPRACTIC INFORMATION Dr. D. Sa Warq Cora Wiley. Mrs. Janie Kuhn and daughters, Shelia, Becky and Amy were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Joey Ott of Flowing Springs Road, Mr. and Mrs. David Dfllow and son, Michael of Walnut Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kerns of the Bloomery, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ott and son, Randy, Jr were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ludelle Ott. LUNCH OR DINNER It's A Treat II I I I JERRY FOGLE, M.D. EYE SURGEON Consultant in Medical Diseases of the Eye Announces the opening of his practice at 300 Foxcroft Avenue Martinsburg on November 15, 1984 Appointments may be made starting November 1, 1984 II III I Models Open: Sat/Sun You can afford to invest in a spacious, energy-efficient townhome at WillowBrook Village, near Charles Town, WV. You won't find more for your money . . . anywhere. But hurry, even our low prices and financing will soon increase, Fitness-Jogging Path/Tot Lots/Co-op Garden Plots/Ball Fields~Rustic Landscaping/Adiacent Health Spa/ Convenient to Shopping, Schools 2.n.d yr --9~ %: 3rd year-~ 10J/. %: Year*, 4-30- 11 ~/4% FIxed/APR I2.87% 304/725-7000 Located j~ east of Charles Town, WV on Rt. 340 3 KEITH A. RECHT, M.D. OnnOUNCeS The opening of his office for The Practice of Urology (Disorders of the Urinary System of Men, Women and Children) 209 S. Preston Ave Ranson (Across from Jefferson Memorial Hospital) Office hours by appointment "" I lira mm m mm CLiP AND SAVE ii II m -J roll ~ m m ml "PREMIUM mmll~ ' I I I I I I I LOAD PAINT SALE ast Oil Base 25.65 s15.50 Oil Base Primer 23.25 13.95 i Latex Weather-Master 21.45 12.95 I ,Io EXterior Latex Trim 22.75 14.25 & Roof Black Oil Base 18.95 1 1.45 & Roof Green Oil Base 23.25 13.95 & Roof Red Oil Base 18.95 11.45 Floor & Deck All Colors 22.50 13.50 Flat Latex Wall Paint 17.25 10.45 SQtin Latex Semi-Gloss 22.95 13.95 Flat Wall Paint 13.95 8.50 Base Semi-Gloss Interior 19.50 11.95 Semi-Gloss Interior 18.95 ] ] .75 II Latex Semi-Gloss 17.25- 10.95 LQtex Flat Latex 10.50 6.10 I eedOil White(s- ) 18.95 11.25 I OTHER PAINTS AT DEALER PRICE es PRICES INCLUDE ALL COLORS Coupon Good For an Additional 50'-Off [ Each Gallon of Sale Price i e If your Christmas cash comes up a little short again this year, take some initiative toward avoiding this embarrassing problem next year. Open a Shenandoah Federal CHRISTMAS CLUB now. Make systematic deposits throughout the year and earn 6% interest to boot. 1984 (' hristm ('lub check were mailed rcecntly. 617 Winchester Ave Martinsburg Route 11 North, Martinsburg 305 N. Washington St Berkeley Spring's Hilldale Shopping Center, Charles Town 102 Virginia Ave Petersburg