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4 Harpers Ferry Win Number Of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1984 h Future Homemakers Awards At Regional Meeting The Harpers Ferry Junior High School Future Homemakers of America recently attended the FHA Region H meeting held at Shepherd College. The regional meeting consists of workshops and contests for FHA members. Competitive events include contests such as nametag, theme poster, creed recitation, public speak- ing, club project and scrapbook. The Harpers Ferry Junior High students won first place for their theme poster, Dynamic You-Part of the Team, in the junior division. Eva Twyman won third place in the creed contest. Winners of the regional con- tests will participate in state competi- tion in April. Harpers Ferry also received a certificate of recognition for having the highest number of members present. FHA members from as far away as Preston County attended the meeting hosted by the Shepherd College Home Economics Department. The Harpers Ferry students who at- tended as shown were: Back row (left to right) -- Chris Watkins, Leonard James Rumsey Center Open House Nov. 14 The public is cordially invited to at- tend the James Rumsey Center's An- nual Open House on Wednesday, November 14, from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. The activities for the evening in- clude: student displays/demonstra- Uons in the various training programs, and tours of the facility for those in- terested. Our instructors will be available to answer questions regar- ding the training we provide the citizens of the tri-county area. Plan to visit the Center this evening to see the excellent training programs we have available. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 SPOTLIGHT FOR NEAL RANDALL Acclaim is the word to describe the reception Neal Randall is receiving in Vienna, AUstria, for his work in "The Zoo Story." The play was ~rsed in New York then opened in the Vienna Theatre there six weeks ago. On opening night the show received eight curtain calls followed by a recep- tion at the American Embassy. All this was followed by great reviews, newspaper pictures, standing room only and Neal was invited to speak to the students of the Max Rhinehardt School of Drama. CLARKE COUNTY LOCKER PLANT Berryville, Va. 2 11 Phone: 703 / 955-1269 "Custom Slaughtering of Beef" Lambs, Hogs & Veal. All hogs are scalded during Fall & Winter months. Storage facilities avail- able on all meats processed in our plant. "ALL MEATS ARE VACUUM PACKED" CALL EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT AND FOR OUR REASONABLE RATES. DOMINICK " Wells'" FAIIGO 300 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone: 725-3434 or 1254338 Nationwide i- on your sicle Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company NahonwiOe Mutual Fire Insurance Company Nahonwide LJe Insurance Company Home office Columbus, Ohio Housden, Wesley Painter, Robert Kerns, John Janszen, Tracey Mayer, Pare Cooper, Lisa Grove, Tracey Cole, Eva Twyman, Mrs. Patt Hubbard, advisor. Middle Row (left to right) -- Tam- my Elsea, Tammy Nelson, Regina Dart, Tina Bonifant, Violet Newcomb, Lisa Ott, Tammy Painter, Tina Viands. Front Row (left to right) -- Jenny Rickard, Lisa Carmody, Pam Mumaw, Tracy White, Lesley Prescott, Estelle Cornell, Becky Kuhn The Spanish Riding School was formerlY employed by the U.S. Na- scheduled to give a special show for tional Park Service in Harpers Ferry. the theatre. The famous Royal Lipiz- His letter to a friend indicates that he zan Stallion ~ horses are trained and is satisfied with his choice and is very perform, there. A special dinner was happy in his work. also given by the Cultural Attache of the American Embassy. All this and OPERATION SANTA CLAUS Neal had the opportunity to visit the Hardly Halloween time and the home of Mozart Museums and several stores are full of Christmas merchan- palaces in Vienna. The show closes on December 22rid. After a tour of Europe, Neal expects to return to New York. His wife Sue operates a gift shop in Lincoln Center Becoming a "smash" hit wasn't an easy achievement Ear the actor. We congratulate Neal on his long years of determination and work to become a success, especially in making a change in his profession. He was MOORE, JR. OD GENERAL OPTOMETPJf CONTACT LENSES CHARLES TOWN PLAZA Man-Sat. 9:00 am-5:OOpm ' Tues. 12:00pm-8:OOpm PHONE: dise. Wonder why people are so anx- ious to get it overwith. That reminds me that those of us who plan to remember Weston State Hospital patients with Christmas gifts The Potomac Edison Company Offices will be crosed November 12 In Observance of Veteran's Day 725-1411 ANNOUNCEMENT I am pleased to announce that to better serve my clients I now have regular evening office hours on Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00 p. m. My daily hours will remain 9:00-5:00p.m. and Saturdays by appointment. * ACCIDENTS CIVIL TRIALS CRIMINAL & TRAFFIC CASES REAL ESTATE WILLS DIVORCE g FAMILY LAW CIVIL RIGHTS APPEALS GILBERT L. HALL ATTORNEY AT LAW 725-0058 119 East Liberty -- Charles Town Peoples 8-Page Circular In This Issue Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control, The Following Advertised Items Will Not Be Available At Peoples Drug Store, Hilldale Shopping Center, Charles Town, W. Va. ITEM AD PRICE Fleet Baby Lax Glycerin Blankets Rectal Laxative Box of 6. $2.49 Solid g Prints *3.99 and *5.88 PLAYTEX Disposable Barrio Box of 10, s 1.88 The Incredible Shrink-Fit Window Kit, Sl.49 Men's Thermal Socks s2.99 Men's and Women's All Purpose Cart s39.~jP Shoe Totes s5.99 - $4.99 andS3-99 Entertainment Center, =39.99 LIMITED QUANTITIES NOT AVAILABLE IN ALL STORES RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY HAVE CAUSED OUR CUSTOMERS. Sincerely WE ARE SORRY HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER CHARLES TOWN. W.VA. PHONE: 725-9313 must be thinking about it. Harry Blackford, counselor at the Jefferson County Mental Health office in Ranson, phoned me this week about getting some publicity to the paper about our annual trip to Weston to deliver our gifts to our Jefferson Coun- ty friends out there who are unable to spend the holidays with their families back home. Las~t~ear we took a van full of packageshmd oba~'ved, first hand, the real pleasure that was brought to the paUents. A detailed list will follow next week of sugRested gift items however, personal gifts for men and women of all ages, hopefully gift wrapped, with information regarding name of article, size of article, for man or woman, are all acceptable gifts. Of course cookies and candies are always appreciated by everyone. Gifts may be delivered any time to the Mental Health Office from now un- til December 12 as they will be delivered to Weston en December 14th. They may be left at my home as well. Mr. Blackford has already received packages from several organizations. NEWS BRIEFS Friends of Mr. Falconer Smith will be sorry to learn that he is a patient in the Howard County General Hospital, Columbia, Md. We learned through wife, Betty, that Fal was ad- mitted last week and is scheduled for surgery soon. We send best wishes for a speedy return to health, Fal, we are also delighted to learn that you and Betty are looking forward to returning to Charles Town as permanent residents. Craig and Sandi Kastle and Bob and Lucy Snyder spent last weekend in New York. The trip was one of business for Craig and pleasure for everyone as well. Their agenda included seeing the New York marathon in action, the Redskins game at the Giant Stadium, of the Meadowlands, Rockefeller Plaza and St. Patricks Cathedral. Last but not least, the foursome visited the Columbia University Club of New York and had lunch with Steve Hooper who is employed there. Louise and Ed Pine have returned from a visit with their daughter, granddaughter and son-in-law, Mar- sha, Hannah and Ed Opt in Haverhill, Mass. They stopped overnight in Allentown, Pa. on their way to Mass. with friends, Lucie and Frank Laudenslager. Lucie is the former Lucie Haley, one of the daughters of late Reverend and Mrs. J.H. Haley. On the return trip they stopped over- night with the Frank Lorenzo family in Portland, Conn. Many of you will remember Lorenzo's Grocery (now Kellerman's) on the corner of W. Washington and S. Charles Streets, his late dad, N.D. as a produce and many years. "A wonderful trip visiting with family Pines said. TAIL( HEALTH I CALL Bankers Casualty ROBERT D. PHONE: 725-1 ON THE th WEEK MY FAVORITE BANK GAVE TO ME I2'11 WestMARKET Washington St. ! SECURITY CHRII I . 0~ I CLUB ACCOUNT YoU 7 DAYS A WEEK 49 WEEKLY PAYMENTS (UP I Groce--- ies I A WEEK) AND WE'LL PAY THE 50tI CLUBS START NOV. 1. SEE US TODAY ANt I Cold Beer 2for89 1 Bead 7 r L- - -.-.- -- -728"722 t Shepherdstown 876-2501- Member FOlC You've got a right to chicken, biscuits, and cole slaw done right. And you've got a right tc save on it all, now only at Kentucky Fried Chicken. Save on Original Recipe" Chicken cooked under pressure so it's always tender and juicy Save on buttermilk biscuits made from scratch. And save on cole slaw, made garden-fresh. It's all done right, especially with these coupons! I I I I I I IIIIIl 9-]?lece Meal SJ (Thm COUlXm eoo~ onw m Kentucky Fded ~oees listed below.) 18 ]Keces of $ Get 9 pmces of lhe Color~ ~1Recipe~ oe Extra CnSpyTM Chicken, co~e slaw, mashed potatoes and g,'avy ariel 4 biscuits lot only ~; 95 Umit one o mon pe custom~. Coupo~ goo~ pew ~0r ~ white/dark prefers. Cuetomee I~Ws Ill ap ,tK~le sales tax OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 30, 1984 l=toml Ilmed b~Iow.) ~COUl~mS i~l only ~t stores listed below: Charles Town & Martinsburg, W.Va Hagerstown & Frederick, Culpeper, Luray, Warrenton, Herndon, Ashland, Harrisonburg. Staunton and Verona. Virgmm K eyser, Wheeling, Moundsvi|Je & New Martinsville, W. Va. -- LaVaie, Mary