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Photogenic at {above) 18-month-old O. Childs, was recently named Baby Boy in the Miss in late the Sheraton [nil, the same honor in 1984 Pageant in at the same site ; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. of Kearneysvflle, Mrs. Ralph Simoes, I" HILL ]tsy Everhart 3 y of George and daughter Roxanne and daughter and Carol Johnson, later Were Dennis and Cindy and son Denny and Monty and Sad Talton and daughter granddaughter Jada visitors on Saturday of Dunn of Walnut with Billy and Wanda ql~" qlllb qllD qllmb .imn~ YOUR 1985 O t ,I OLI GMC I *rth i, W.Va. I 725 -3448 qlb" ~ qgi~ qii~ qlgm, mmglp~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE Jackson and children Mitchell, Tricia goes to Tommy and Tammy Estep and Denise of Mannings. who celebrated their 6th wedding an- Rosie Peer, grandsons Kevin and niversary Tuesday November 6. Lawrence Hawk, and Mattie Funk at- Louise Howell, Dorothy Grove, tended the organ concert Sunday at Sharon Ott, Denny Ridgely and Aaron the Asbury United Methodist Church, Howell attended the 1st wedding am- with the celebration of 200 years of niversary in honor of Raymond and Methodism. Dottle Howell Saturday in Warrenton The Rachel Circle will hold their Lakes, Va. Christmas Bazaar Saturday Visitors on Sunday of Edgar Novemherl7, beginningatl0:00a.m. Everhart, Wanda and Angle were at the Wesley House, along with a bake Aretta Cook and sons Mike and Ray, sale. and Diane Cook and daughter Dawn. Visitors Monday of Je'ry and Elaine Wanda Everhart and daughter Grove were Jeff and Donna Grove and Angle were visitors on Sunday of daughter Jill. Wayne and Aretta Cook and sons Mike Visitors on Tuesday of Jerry and and Ray. Elaine Grove were Dwayne Turner of Mannings. Bill and Petrinia Howell and Elaine Grove and granddaughter Jill and Pauline Wilt had lunch Wednes- children Melissa and Aaron, Roger day at McDonalds. and Lisa Howell, Tommy and Michael Dinner guests on Saturday of Jerry Mobley, Jeff and Janice Howell and and Elaine Grove were Jeff and Don- son Gregory attended the48th wedding na Grove. anniversary Sunday in honor of Elaine Grove, granddaughter Jill, Harland and Elsie Anderson of and Pauline Wilt had lunch Thursday Ranson. in Martinsburg. Patsy Everhart and daughter were Jill Grove spent the weekend with visitors Tuesday of Louise Howell. her grandparents Earl and Rose Bud Visitors Sunday of Louise Howell Bramhall, Lovettsville, Va. were Terry and Pat Howell and son Elaine Grove and granddaughter Christopher, Dorothy Grove and son Jill and Pauline Writ had lunch Friday Bruce, Shella Mobley and sons Tom- at the Pizza Hut. my and Michael and Donald Happy anniversary and best wishes goes to Jerry and Elaine Grove who The Blue Ridge Mt. Ladies Auxiliary celebrated their 23rd wedding anniver- will hold a Christmas Bazaar Friday sary Sunday November 4 with dinner and Saturday, November 16 and 17, in Winchester, Va. beginning at I0:00 a.m. at the Fire Hall Lester and Pauline Wilt were shop- on Chestnut Hill Road, along with a pers on Saturday in Martinsburg. bake sale and crafts. Anyone that Visitors on Saturday of Doc and would like to donate crafts or baked Margie Garrett were Buck and Bar- goods, it would be appreciated. bara Painter and children of Walnut Visitors on Sunday of Mrs. Leona Grove. Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Happy anniversary and best wishes Staubs of Baltimore, Md. Route 9 in Ranson, W.Va. PHONE: 725-5647 FOR THIS WEEK-END Two Burgers Small Fries, Small Coke Plus Tax The Carpet Store With The Widest Selection in Town! Featuring: Over SOO Carpet Samples to Choose From. Prices Ranging from S29" a yd. to a yd. Wide Variety of Styles & Colors to Choose From Installed Price includes: 1. s 11 *s Installed ! 00% Nylon -- Scotchgard Protection nti-Static --- Jute Backing Carpet; 2. Cushion; 3. Installation Charge West Washington Street 72 S-4334 Charles Town ~r4ness Hours: Man. ~ Thurs. 9:00 - 5:00; Fri. 9:00 - 9:00; Sat. 9:00 - 2:00 DOOR BUSTERS FOR THIS WEEK-END AT NTRY ROADS GENERAL STORE Sugar-Cured Hams $2.39 Ib,- NOW s 17 hb. Isle Pork 8, Beans 59, NOW 2 for 69' Isle Whipped Topping 84' NOW 69* Flour 5 lb. Bag 99' I rs, Zagnut Bars & Milk Duds 4 for S 1 BARGAIN BUYS IN OUR NEW BASEMENT STORE G.R.C. Motor Oil (30 - 40 Weight) 71 ' p, Q,o, COCA COLA'S and FLAVORS (16 Ounce NO-RETURN) Regular $2.60 NOW '16 (Six-Pack) PEPSI COLA 16-Oonce NO-RETURN Bottles Regular $2.69 NOW s161 R ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS CONTINUE Located on State Route 51, Just East of Middleway BILL ORNDOFF, Owner & Proprietor Offer/ngSTORE HOURS: Open I-Days A Week, 8:00 A.M. until 10:00 P.M. the Same Great Va/ues and Skopp/ng Courtesy That We Always Have. Your Patronage is Always Groutfy Apprec/ated. -- THURSDAY, NOVEM BER 8, 1984 HARPERS FERRY CAMPSITES Bruce Spence Dial 725-8123 Last Wednesday heing Halloween, the cafeteria staff at Blue Ridge Elementary School did their usual great job of preparing for the OCCasion. The staff consisting of Mrs. Wilt, Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Staubs presented to the children a Halloween Spooky Special. The menu consisted of Roni, Bat Cheese, Ghost Bread, Dracula Cookies and Fruity Salad. They even found time to whip up gingerbread treats for the entire stu- dent body. Their strange dress, and eerie decorations helped put everyone in a festive mood. Also at the school on Halloween were several adults in costume. Miss Webster saved all those threatened by ghosts and vampires, since she was decked out in a Wonder Woman costume. Mrs. Bell had on a rather strange wig, but otherwise looked quite normal. A happy birthday to George Allnutt on November 7th and Tinky Fitts on November 13th. The special ghost tour of Harpers Ferry held last Friday night to benefit the legal fund wasn't as successful as hoped for. The night was chilly, the wind was blowing and all things con- sidered it was a perfect night for ghost stories. If you missed it, well yon miss- ed a good time, and will have to wait until next year to get scared / Open from 8a.m. to 10p.m. daily including Sunday It Pays To Do Laundry Here ! Wash 51 - Dry 25 HARPERS FERRY LAUNDRY At Enlzam 9 KOA Kan open 8 a.m. [o lifp.m. 7 days/we~k All Steel Handle 16' Cord W/Wrap . Convenient Built-In Carrying Handle No Shock POWERFUL 4.8 AMP STEEL AGITATOR Two ~irt dri~ng brushes Jilt dir~ into the path at suction, "Deep Clean~ Cmelmttl~lr' Full-Time Since this column has to be turned in before election results are known. I of course, cannot know who the win- ners are. I can only say that I hope you took time to vote, and I hope your can- didates won. Now that we are into November, thoughts quite naturally turn to Thanksgiving and visions of Christmas shopping pop into everyones head. The kids are busy preparing lists for San- ta, and we parents are wondering where Santa will get all this stuff. At our house the two dogs, Candy and Buttons, have already made up their list for Santa, new collars, dog yum- mies, squeaky toys and rawhide chews are included. I guess that Santa will fill their stocking since they are two good watch dogs, Candy watches the pro- pert'y, and Buttons watches Candy watch the property. The officers of the Harpers Ferry Mountain Club held their monthly board meeting last week, and ap pointed Mary Hill to fill the unexpired term as Officer-at-Large left vacant when Elamae Laithe forfeited her position by missing all meetings to date. Other than that the discussion was mostly procedure matters and nothing much happaned. The meeting broke up early in order that those pre- sent could watch the Ghosts of II Harpers Ferry. Speaking of that show, I hope you were able to watch it. It of course featured our own Shirley Dougherty. The way it was put together was entertaining and we saw several local people in the production. Along with Shirley were her son Jim- my, and even Dixie Kilham. Bill Scott, still recovering from in- juries suffered a few weeks ago is out of the house, and back on the job, in very limited fashion. While I hope that he is not pushing his recovery, I must say that it is nice to see him out and about again. I have had quite a few people ask about the burns I suffered to my face. Well I am pleased to report that I have finally healed completely. I suf- fered no scarring and feel fine, thanks to those of you who expressed concern. Blue Ridge Fire Dept. Aux. will he having a Christmas Bazaar on November 16 and 17 at the fire hall starting at I0:00 a.m. There will be refreshments sold and there will also be crafts and a bake sale. If anyone would like to donate a baked item or craft item it would he appreciated. GIVE THE UNITED WAY ! OF CHARLES TOWN 106 W. Washington St Charles Town, WV 725-7018 MEMBER FDIC Martinsburg, WV 263-4976 Ill I o o SPIRITTM Portable-Canister Vacuum INCLUDING ATTACHMENTS 7'/, qt. disposable bag e24000RPM Dual/Stage Motor/Fan system -Big 4-inch canister wheels Handy topside switch eOual-edge cleaning S3203 APPLIANCE & TV CENTER 213 West Washington Street Charles Town We're Satisfied When You Are iTM