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!f you want car Insurance with 9ood service at a good price tI i 12 TAKING BREAK DURING HAL Taking a break during the 10th annual Hal Wanger Family Practice Conference at the West Virginia University Medical Center are, from left, Drs. Richard David, Alexan- dria, Va Roger Lewis, Terra Alta, Carl Liebig, Petersburg, Karen Gross, Morgan- KEARNEYSVILLE Mrs. Wallace Welsh Dial 876 6845 WANGER FAMILY CONFERENCE North Jefferson Elementary School is once again saving Campbell Soup Labels. All students will be par- ticipating. If you are a friend of the school please save the labels and drop them off or give to any student. Congratulations to a new 4-H club formed by Ann Wolfe, former assis- tant of the Evergreen 4-H Club. The club grew to so many members, that Mrs. Wolfe decided to form a smaller club. They met last week at her home and decided on the name "Crazy Clovers." The club has 9 members, and their assistant leader is Sharon Watson. I look for this club to go a long way. How How. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Frye, Blue Ridge Mountain Club and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rickard and family, Purcellville, Va. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston on their 49th wedding' anniversary on November 9. They have one son Norval>who resides in Elmira, N.Y. with his wife Pat and two sons Stephen and N.G. Ghosts and goblins, witches, cats, clowns, etc. followed the Yellow Brick Road down the stairs of the social hall of the Grace United Church of Christ for their annual Halloween Party. The good witch of north, Pam Miller and the wicked witch of the east, Raejean Secrist, greeted the youngsters. The hall was transformed into the Land of Oz. The judges had a hard time with the costumes, which were all winners. Prizes were awarded to5 and under: prettiest, Cheryl Miller; ugliest, Dan- ny DeGrave; most original, David Ford; funniest, Lisa DeGrave; 6-9 years old, prettiest, Stacy Arnold; ugliest, Gregg Crawford; most original, Marnie Wasson and funniest Julie Croson; 10-14 years of age, pret- tiest, Nicole I)eGrave; ugliest, Jeremy Bloomer; most original, Rene Ford and funniest, Amy Secrist; Adults, prettiest, Pamela Miller; ugliest, Tommy DeGrave; most original~An- na and Gary Welsh and funniest, Ragina Smallwood. Games were played including mummy wrap, doc- tors lab, roll the apples, musical chairs and the highlight of the evening was breaking two pinata's with the youngsters scrambling for the treats inside. Thanks goes to all the parents who helped in any way, donations of prizes and food, judges and the clean 1984 town, Jack Rickel, Charles Town and Cathy Traugh, Bridgeport. All are WVU School of Medicine alumni and all except Gross, now a resident, and Rickel completed residencies in the department of family practice. up crew. The weather was beautiful for the Evergreen 4-H Club Hayride and Weiner Roast held last Friday night at Jefferson Orchards, Inc. The club in- vited members of the new club in the community, the Crazy Clovers, to the party. The members paraded around the camp fire to be judged for costumes.4-H winners were, prettiest, Ashley,Skinner and Katrina Bloomer; ugilest, Jeremy Bloomer and Richard Viands; most original Mark Wolfe and Jimmy Russell. Visitors were pret- tiest, Kristen Bloomer, Learene Lyman; ugliest, James Welsh and Danny DeGrave and the two most original were Lori Slnnaker and Susie W. The members enjoyed roasting hot dogs and marshmallows. Ran Slonaker drove the tractor for the hayride. Everyone had a good time. There were over 55 in attendance. The Evergreen Club are planning a float for the December 1 Charles Town Christmas Parade. The theme this year is "A Christmas Dream." They also will be having a Christmas workshop on November 20, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the social hall of the Grace United Church of Christ. They will be serving lunch and drink. Members are asked to bring $1.00. Im- ogene Skinner, activity leader and Barbara Ledford will be in charge. Parents, no school November 12 and all schools will be closed for the week of Thanksgiving. The Edegewood Homemakers Ex- tension Club will meet on November 14, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Patt Welsh. A Christmas craft will be made by all members. Thought for the Day: If you meet a person without a smile, give him yours. It you're looking for real value in cot insurance, call me. YOUr GOOO NmGHOOR RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Ave. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-7S! 1 Uke A ~kmd Ne/l~/l~r State ~ Is Yho o State Farm Mutual ta~tm'~ Oek~ : IMoommOt~,lmr, e~ AFFORDABLE EXCITEMENT FROM PONT/AC If you ve always wanted a fun-h/led, really prefer a four-speed gearbox and excttmg car but had to settle for one that the stOOping Power of front disc brakes? was a/fordable: why don t you test.dnve Weft. now you can have all that and the Ponhac ;000? Wouldnt you hke to MORE m the very affordable, extremely have a f espoftslve t 6 bier overhead cam prachcat Ponttac 1000! Buy It Drive it, engic, e w;fh tack and pmlon steenng And have FUN FUN FUN even if you re and a tuit coil suspension ? Wouldn t you lUSt going to the store! Ponttacs are equ~p~d w:th eog!t)e,? produced at tactl, hes o~gefated by GM car groups subsld- ar~ Of affdlat~ CO~Dah~,S worldw,dE, AT BUICK.PONTIAC.0LDSMOBILE.GMC, Inc. State Rt. 9 North (Just Outside Ranson) Charles Town PHONE: 725-3448 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's /,DVOCATE -- THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1984 HA VE YOU HEARD ABOUT "SMAR TSCOPE'" OUR COMPUTERIZED ENGINE ANAL YZER? KABLETOWN Marianna Smallwood Dial 725-5707 "A Sharing Group" among the com- munity women has been organized and met Tuesday morning in the church Sunday school room. Seven members attended led by Rev. Carol Smith with meaningful scripture and a brief talk. Officers were elected, Barbara Har- shman, president, secretary Louise Brown and treasurer Debbie Moser. Meetings will be held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the home of Debby Moser from 10:00 til 11:00 a,m. Plans were made for visiting the sick and shut-ins as well as other constructive objectives being discussed. The next meeting will be Nov. 13. Another church plan in the near off- ing is securing robes for the choir children, ten boys and girls. It is hoped to have them ready for Christmas. The cost of the new robes prove prohibitive but the Committee members are go- ing to make them. Donations have been coming along nicely. If you care to help in this endeavor donations can be made either to Sue Hill, Louise Brown or Connie Danner. For each 50 cent donation one will be given a free ticket on a "Cabbage Patch Doll." Barbara brought the mini-sermon Sunday basing her remarks on the outstanding characteristics of Abraham Lincoln and adding the quotation "In God We Trust" leaving each child with a penny which has both the picture of Lincoln and the uuot tion. Wo?k s begun on the rest rooms at the churci q y Robert White, Richard Rowland and Stanley Dillow. The ex- cavating and pouring the footing for the structure is finished. Hugh Hoover assisted with the excavation. Announcement has been made of a donation of floor runners for the sanc- tuary of the church by Howard (Jack) Ware. Our thanks are extended to each and everyone who is making these plans and projects possible. Sunday, Nov. 4, was one of the high lights of this year in the Kabletown United Methodist Church when twenty-eight youth members of the Pop Singers of Jefferson High School under the direction of Mr. "C," their instructor, gave a fantastic perfor- mance to a standing room only au- dience of enthusiastic listeners. A covered dish supper was enjoyed by the guests, friends and others. We're glad to see Eddie Seal is at home now but continues wEtn treatments at the VA Center and Win- chester Medical Center. We were glad to welcome him at worship service. Bruce and Peggy Weeks, who have been victims of the Bug were back. Joe Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry, a building contractor, is adding two rooms to the dwelling owned by Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rowland which they purchased from Mr. John Rissler several years ago. Mrs. Charles Saylor a former resi- dent now living in Rippon was a car- diac patient for several days in Jeffer- son Memorial Hospital. She is con- valescing at home. Kabletown residents, the Michaels family, suffered a loss last week when the Video Shop in I. esburg, Va along with four other business sites were destroyed by fire in the early morning hours. He is operating his business from a trailer until a permanent loca- tion is found. John Brill, formerly of Winchester, Va and the grandfather of Tracey, Jimmy and-Dianne Brill died Friday night in the Winchester Medical Center. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Omps Funeral Home. Visitors during the week of Marian- na Smallwood were Howard (Jack) Ware, Runny and Barbara Souers, Charles Town, Blossom Morgan and friend Lerey Wilber, Millville, and Grady Owens who came to tell of the proposed trip to L.A with his wife, iSlE :, ',he { N '!lml .ira ,i}1~I ,h, dc,dcl, - hkc ~, h,~c ", ']d [}}Ct i h, [~C, ,pk ',~ h, ~, ~usb. ~c~,i,tbk' ~a; ~, ~uld i',~" :t hc =1 tn liIc hr,q Iq,~' VOLVO A car you can believe in. MOTORS, I NC. PHONE ~62-2S0g L~t~l~ @~ R~le ~ ine In~ee~l@le 11 ' Wtnchoelo~ VO 1984 Dodge W160, 4x 4 V-8. Air/Conditioned, Snow Plow. Royale SE, Automatic, 2-tone Gray 7,000-miles 1984 Dodge D 150 V-8, Automatic, Air~Conditioned, Two-Tone, Blue 1982 Pontiac J2000, 4-Door S-Speed, Front Wheel Drive, Beige 44,000-miles 1981 Thunderbird Town Landau Loaded, Full Power Silver m ; 1981 Buick Century Estate Wagon , V-6, Automatic, Air/Conditioned, Maroon 4B, 0-mlle 1981 Eagle, 2-Dc r .4-Wheel Drive, 4-Speed, Cream & Brown ' 1980 E250 Club Wagon | , 12-Passenger, Automatic, Air Conditioned | 1979 Ford FI50 V-8, Automatic, Two-Tone Blue ] 1979 Dodge Aspen Wagon Custom Model, Automatic, White | ' 1977 Dodge Aspen Wagon, Special Edition -* Automatic, Air/Conditioned. Blue 4$,000-mil q | g B B m m | | | II m i "THE AUTO MART" | I 100 South West Street -- Charles Town ' PHONE: 725-7031 FORD i | - MERCURY | | |||||l||||||| Imiil|lllll ~w wW|www w|wm |~ll~WWw|w|w|ww Council Pow-Pow On Saturday November 10, the Shenandoah Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America will hold its annual Pow-wow at Lord Fairfax Communi- ty College, on Route 11, south of Win- chester, Va. Registration will begin at 8:45. Two separate sessions will be go- ing on simultaneously, the Cub Pro- gram and the Webeio Program. The Cub Program will include Games and Songs, Pack Administra- tion, Den Program Planning, Pack Program Planning, Ceremonies, Crafts and Special Activities. There will also be two short sessions on Tiger Cubs and Whats New in Scouting and a Midway of exhibits. The Webelo Program will include Programming, Leader Respon- sihilities, Meetings, Advancement, Badge Requirements, Uniform and In- signia, Field Trips, Webelo/Cub Rela- tionships, Outdoor Activities, WebelolScout Ceremonies and an Workshop. Early registration person, or $6.o0 per team (only one must be received by Regular fees will be or $8.00 per one booklet). Each a covered meat dish vegetable dish for Banquet. Day care children up to 10 The Shenandoah Area Scouts of America is agency of the United Way of Front County, the United Way! County, W.Va. Inc Way of Jefferson Bonnie, his parents Grady and Beulah Owens and brother, Donald. They left Thursday morning to visit his grand- mother, Mrs. Lucy Zion and his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mills. The parents of Sandra Pipes and Gary Henry announce the arrival of a 9 lb. 10 oz. baby boy who arrived Oct. 21 on the natal anniversary of his maternal grandmother Mrs. Frances Pipes. The baby has been given the name, Garren Drew. Recent visitors at Rose Hill, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Getts, Sr included their sons and daughters- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Getts, daughter Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lloyd Getts and daughter Becky, Rippon. John D. Chamblin entered the VA Hospital Nov. 5 for surgery. Veterans Day To Be Marked Saturday Marshall-Halley-Mason Post I02, American Legion, Department of West Virginia will conduct Veterans Day services at the Charles Town Fairview Cemetery (Route 340 South, Ist entrance past the Page-Jackson Solar School entrance) on Saturday, November 10th at 10:30 a.m. Past Department Commander, James Shade will be the guest speaker. The public is invited. Louise Talks Mrs. Robert P. former member of State Senate, at an assembly at The~ School ed to grades 1-9 about general and the in particular. At the beginning talk, to the Republican and campaign Town. She showed the of the political posters 1 the current campaign. who has lived in Hat 1952, pointed out Geraldine Ferraro president the political changed dramatically. Before she moved Mrs. L,eonard worked States government in D.C Alaska, Canada to fielding questions dience, cent assassination of Indira Gandhi. Dependable from a dependable UNION SALES We've a car Priced '~ Un~an 5ales ~.Orner of Queen and Downtown Mar~nsO~rcJ 3~z,-267-8908 Due to the recent sale of my dealershiP, drastically reduced the price on of new & used cars & trucks, which before the new owners take over. 1.9tM Cavalier 1@148, AT,PS, PB, Air, Red, 29,00@ miles 1985 Dodge 400 Conv, PS, liB, AT, Cmsette-Gold 1983 Che Comaro Z-2l, Air, AT,I ,PB, AM/FM Silver IgB! Ford Th, B own 19111 Olds 911Reg Green Buick Century Toyota 1982 Chevette, 4-DR,AT, Tilt Whl, Air Grey 11110 Chevette 1912 Renault te-Car, 4-spd !1910 Buick Century, Gold AT,F ,I,Air, 1982 Chev Imnala 4-OR,AT, IPS, PB, AJr,Siiver iP$, Red/Silver 1982 Cavafler Cadet Wgn, AT,PS,PB Red Fully Eq Grey mvral