Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
November 8, 1984     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 22     (22 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 22     (22 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
November 8, 1984

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

22 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's .-~DVOCATE -- THURSDAY, NOVEMBNER 8, 1984 !,ii! !4!!i: !!ii? It's Election Time Charles Town Junior High The Charles Town Junior High School class on West Virginia History and Government, taught by Charles Hine, recently received instructions on how to vote in Jefferson County, which utilizes the Computer Election Service punch-card system. In the above photo, Mrs. Jean Light, utilizing one of the county's actual voting booths and a sample ballot, demonstrates its pro- per usage to the students. MI DDLEWAY st f and volunteers dressed for the oc- casion and I joined them to help. Naomi Barrow Don't forget the Old Fashioned Sun- Dial 725-2500 day and dinner at the Middleway United Methodist Church on Sunday Shirley Cole of Pasadena, Texas, at- November 18th. The dinner will begin rived on Saturday and wili be spending at 6:00 p.m. followed by an old the week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fashioned preaching service by Rev. Poston along with their house guest Charles Fnml. Come out and enjoy the Winnie White of Pasadena, Texas. fellowship. The Halloween party was held at the Mrs. Harlan James and Mrs. James Middleway United Methodist Church Cain dined on Sunday at Towers on Wednesday evening with a good at- Rt~taurant in Martinsburg. tendance. There were prizes and Mr. and Mrs. George William treats for the children along with Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Staubs refreshments, and children Jason and Jennifer of Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner d Par- Meadview, Arizona, Mrs. Bonnie Dunn sons spent the weekend with Mr. and and son Blaine were Sunday dinner Mrs. William Friend and children guests with Mrs. Virginia Pierce. The Anessa, Scott and Kyle. Staubs family are still on location for Mrs. Lawrence Ring St spent the filming of "Sweet Dreams" in the Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Nan- area. nie Kackley in Bmcetown. Donna Ring returned home on If prizes had been awarded forWednesday after being a patient in the Halloween decorations, Gary and Sara Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Place would have won. They hadMrs. Violet Ring andgrandchildren many pretty decorations on their lawn Bradley and Elesa spent Wednesday and was enjoyed by many that pass- with Mrs. Hilda Creamer and Mrs. ed by. Carrie Donivan in Harpers Ferry. SYMPATHY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poston, The Community extend their love Thomas White and the Poston's house and sympathy to the family ~[ Tommy guests Winnie White and Shirley Cole Hudson of the Village, who died sud- of Pasadena, Texas were Sunday denly on Saturday at his home.visitors with Bob White and family in Jackie Rudolph and daughter Bar- Charles Town. bara Ann of Fredericksburg, Va ~ " spent Thursday till Tuesday with her GIVE THE parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ed- UNITED WAY on Tuesday and they returned home with him. On Sunday Jackie, Barbara . :.:.:.:.:.~ Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and son Chuckle, Mac and Jay Kearns were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Ray- m~ud Hough in Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. The Jeffersonian Manor Nursing Home bad their annual Halloween par- ty for the guests on Wednesday. The Take The Worry Out Of Winter With Valley Oil's Exclusive , f I I II IIIII Only Valley Oil Features: I III II I I * Automatic Delivery (We guarantee you will never run out of fuel oil, day or night.) o 24-Hour Emergency Burner Service Budget Payment Plan o Personal Credit by Telephone Sunoco Quality Heating Oil Our Sonoco heating oil, and our large inventory of parts for all brands and types of oil burners, makes Valley Oil the Valley's Choice in heating and fuel oil. For information & service call: Combining the best ol Anderson and Shenandoah Oil Companies. 640 W. Race Street, Ma~urq, 25401 263 -4904 , i,i,i i i i i i g coats, Come take advantage of our winter warming trends With a toasty these, and all the rest you'll find in for juniors, misses and women. Sale ,54.99 Reg. $79. Quilted coat turns off the cold, turns on the charm. With shawl collar, built-in vestee, button- over-zip closing. Polyester/nylon polyester fiber fill, nylon lining. Junior sizes S,M,L. Sale 26.99 Reg. $39. Sports-minded baseball means you're safe from the cold warmly quilted winner. With pillow collar, triple-play trim. Polyester/ cotton with polyester fiber fill, nylon lining. Junior sizes S,M.L Sale 40.99 Reg. $59. Pile-lined cotton corduroy jacket with a warm vestee built Cuddly acrylic pile lining, wind- blocking rib-knit band cuffs. Junior sizes S,M,L. i f! 20% to 44% off All cardigan sweaters for women Gifted with warmth, and great for gifts. Women's knit cardigans all in store at gifted savings right now? For example: Sale 9,99 Orig. $18. Indispensible. The classic cardigan in beautifully basic solid colors. Acrylic knit. Misses' sizes S,M,L. Sale 17,60 Reg. $22. Softly sophisticated. The boucle cardigan, jacket style, making a fashion statement all its own. Acrylic knit in an array of solid colors. Misses' sizes S,M,L. Women's style in sizes 38 to 46, Reg. $30 Sale 23.99 Youll cotton to lacy openwork Sale 11.99 Reg. $16. All-cotton pullover sweater is feminine expression of your good fashion sense. versatile, too. You'll love its all-season, all-reason With v-neck styling it layers beautifully, or flatters layering. It's a soft-touch suit element, makes evening topper. No matter how you wear it, you total comfort thanks to wonderful 100% cotton. Come it in collectible colors. Pick more than priced! What a lovely gift! For misses' sizes S,M,L. kdermedl~ m may hew bmm taken ~m ~ ~ ~mmmle ~ad. ~ Ihm,u~. No~dn~r 10, IN4 Clmrkrs Town, W.Va. Sunday 12:30 to 4:30 a c Open Monday 9 to 8; Tuesday 9 to; Wednesday 9 to 8; Thursday 9 to e; 9 to9