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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1978 e ee ee 725- 2046 ee ee eee For Fair As the the Exhibition have pieces for d MON 'TUES THURS 9 am - 6:30pm WED. 9 -2- FRI. 9- 8:30- SAT. 9- 7:30 104 N. SAMUEL ST. (Adjacent to Charles Town Public Library) To Order CALENDARS And Other Items From Tom Lennon In Charles Town CALL: 725-7476 But Do It Soonl Nov. 2-3t~ Offers ,You A Wide Selection of Asso 'ted patterns. Choose from needlework, yarn, knitted fashions. Custom Crocheting; "Your Pattern or Mine." A large selection of handcrafts knitted and crocheted items. Directions: From Rt S take Rt. 480 at Kearneysville, go 5 miles then turn right on Ridge Road. From Shepherdstown; two miles on left off Rt. 480, look for signs. LAVERNIA M. DUNN, Rt I Jox 126, Shenandoah Junction 25442 Monday 9 a.m. til 9 p.m. Tues. thru Sat. 9 a.m. til 5 p.m. GOURMET RESTAURANT GERMAN- AMERICAN SPECIALTIES WIENER SCHNITZEL SAUERBRA~EN. BROILED LOBSTER TAIL BEEF-ROULADEN, STEAKS, FISH AND MORE ! Serving your favorite beverage. Dining Room open Tues. thru Fri. 5-10 p.m Sat. 4-10 p.m Sun. 12 noon-9 p.m. RMhakell~" Club hours: 6 p.m. t|l midnight, Closed Monday For Rl~e~atloe call ~4/S71HITID Major credit cords anclqDIId The tnnk#eper$: Erwln & Carol Aum from Bavaria, Germany Use VISA. MASTER CHARGE our layaway Breads Salads omrl 1 Pastries Quiche Soups Desserts Shop i ch, ry co *rv mo,phere / - |UNKER HILL,W.VA.--304 2"29-358S 1; t" u'~.iK I~.DAILY.'CLOSEDSUNDAYS| F HOURS: 10 o.m.-S p.m. D " d/at bw, efforddde prices and at PRICIS you can afford Satin or Velvet Pants, Skirts and Jackets to set the scene for a fantastic Party Season, a SHIMMERING SILVER DAZZLING IILACI(S end SPARKLING PINK METALLICS ,TO see a NEW COLLECTION of Beautiful SKIRTS BLOUSES PANTS* DRESSES COATS and L I NGE R I E and selections of Enjoyable Party ]Birthday Party For ~ Exciting and different crafts have been awards t P E R S 0 N A L S created by the women of Asbury United E tio:; On Son's Birthday I I don|ca G01aday, 4, Methodist Church in Charles Town for .the virginia a Mr and Mrs George Lynch Christmas Fair to be held Saturday, November enter the I ~]t Sunday, NOV. 5, from2 to4 ] Gken Parents e fYe otnheir vacation visiting 18. Shown above are several who have been Exhibition p.m aoirthdaypartywasneld] ' J County and attending workshops since July in order to work is ~,~ ~ at the home of Mr. and Mrs I Monica Jo Ann Goladay Washington, D. C. Mr. Lynch is a supply the various departments f the fair To be ~ Willie Palmer of Dale City, Va [ celebrated her fourth birthday native of Jefferson County. They :~!:,in honor of their son, Master [ on October 29 with a party given ~; +o sold will be children s toys, Christmas Departm~ ~i II Kevin Carr's sixth birthday. [by her parents, James and Jo Mrs~. Sa'm~Ors~n~an~ decorations, wreaths, aprons, place mats, History. w [] ~ I A cake was beautifully ] Ann G oladay. Mrs. Palmieri Sunday evening, novelty gifts, materials, books, white elephants, regional P [] I I decorated with Snoopy and his] Raggedy Ann decorations returning to their home in canned oods, baked goods, candy and many heendes~ I I I doghouse, with Snoopy the]were used, :along with multi- Minneapolis, Minnesota on ,th,~r;t,~ L,-,h will be available to those who da esso ~ ~ v ~ ~ -.- their wors center theme The room was I colored balloons. A Raggedy weunesuay The children of theBlue Ridge Mountain areagary decorated wRh red and ] a~nn~C?ke:::se:loedtowr~tive~ Mr andMrs R T Eilertson enjoy soup, sandwiches, pie, coffee and soft Cultural 0 Jr 'of Wheaionl Md spenl drinks. The hours of operation November 18 are wi:ll. were treated to a Halloween Party TuesdayY :: dSnu';am;:hat:a Sfa e [ cream, potato chi s, pretzels, Sunday with his mother, Mrs. R. from i0 a.m. to 4 p.m. o, I" J l" "J , mght, October 31, at the Blue Ridge Mountain were given to each of Kevin s [ mints and soda. T. Eilertson, Sr and Mr . well as C.~ Fire House. Games were played, there was a friends ',The evening was enjoyed by Warren Eilertson on Sunday. . .~ l o u t!~n~ haunted house and a costume parade. In the 0 to Pictures were taken by Mrs. [ all watching M.onica open .her Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grove of ~ l in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce requwem.~ 5 age bracket the winners were, leR to right De bbie Palmer. oo . . i og~o anu jo~mng m playing Baltimore also spent part of the RIPPON l Currie and children of York, Pa contaC:imn: ""'r and Mrs ~rs. Laura ,oHman servea a| 1 ~ weekend with Mrs Eilertson Mr~ A.~t;-~;,~om, ] to his home on Saturday night ueparm~; above aren tauBs, aaugnmr oz iVl "" ' " the ch bowl and Mrs James/ Monica and her parents would and M,ss Huddle, and spent r~, ,~= ~,mo I where they were over mght H is!ory, Danny Staubs, ugliest; Kenny Waters, son of Mr KemD'cut the cake Ice cream,like to thank those present and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J. J uaa -m,oo I guests and spent Sunday ~[ate " and Mrs. Raymond Waters, funniest; Amy and chips, cheese nachos,others unable to attend.who gav~ Boyd at Shenandoah Junction. ~ [ Tommy shows much ira- CharlestO~ nor the many race caros, gifts o Frank Keyser has returned to PARENTS OF DAUGHTER I provement after being a patient ~MS-0240-v; Jackson, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Merve chickenn salad sandwicheSserved on[ ,~uu ~;. wy~, ~,ua ~"r'en~ '. ~. Winston, North Carolina, after Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Coates[in the York, Pa hospital for a a[sot7~ Jackson, rettlest In the 6 to 12 year age rye, a d coffee was ' / Thas~ nrog~nt were Moniea's P Tne afternoon was enjoyen oy ~ - ~. ; ~ spending the weekend with his are receiving congratulations onl week. po~: o~t~ bracket, (not shown Cind Everhart, daughter . / h. ' -- 1 ) Y ,n ~,~ ~c,~,i, ~,eoive(l many, ,'-- ~. .parents, Dr. and Mrs. Dale a daughter born in the Hager-i Mr and Mrs Charles Edward,l]]~v t;~e of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart; prettiest; ni- e- fts'" "I Ben Magaha, Sr Mr. and Mrs. t~eyser, ~uth Samuel Stree[. stown Hospital. She weighed 7l Garnn n 'o~an~o, ,~t~,o ~"" ~--, " i o- Charles Hill, Mr Ben Magaha, - - oecom~, Michael Breeden, son of Mr. and Mrs. C1 fiord Those present were: Mr. and [ ~ ~. r~ ]a ~ ~o,oho "r . ~tr ~rmn ~ verre~), o t pounds and 6 ounces and has| and Chuckie and Mr. and Mrs b, exper~ Breeden, ugliest; Melissa Stewart, daughter of Mrs. Willie Palmer, Mrs. Laura/an'~ "~'~"'~:h*ard'"~i'orvanii" Louisville, t~enmczy, spem last been given the name of Nicolel ja, ~ f ~;am : .". : i ' ' l n - . . "--' : --~"~ lnCluOe: Mr and Mrs. Timothy Stewart, funniest. Judges Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. James,Rickey"and M~ssy, Mrs Helena week w th hm aunt Mms Eve y Frances. Coates. Thin zs the[ Sunday. ouestsa of . rM and Mr~ : ,'~ ~ f, g i ~emp, James and ~attnew H ud dle, East L~herty Strut, Coates' first daughter. They[ Raymond Hough ~u~; mal~, were Mrs. Faye Rodgers and Miss Jess e ~ o. ~Jo m~- hard Mat-/Cameron and Jackm, Mrs. while nis grandmother was m have ason, JC Coates, who is2/ "' : "e Ballenoer, Har, rs Ferry, and Mrs. Violet .:'mew '~"'~"'mcnaroson"" ouuson%' ,1 Becky Littleton and David, Mrs. the Jefferson Memorial years old. Mrs. Coates was the[ Miss Lucflle Smith of men], i~l, Rowland, Charles Town. The haunted house was - Athhoff, Christopher Ledketter,~ren~.a ~os[on an(In, one, flairS. Hospital. He brought his former Miss Chris Wheeler,I ~e. rryvme, yd was a ~unnay moom/:,K~ thro C Moses/ ueooie ~arcns a y. grandmother, Mrs. R. T. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed,nmner gues[ ol ~r. anu ~trs. r t~e, enjoyed by old and young anKe. tte resnments,i David S. Lacn, J.~ P ',~.-~ --~-;,~ e~-m and Eilertson, Sr home on Friday. ward Wheeler" of Bake'rtonl| Robert Randolph Smith Jr and Sculpture, " h " SIVll ~. ivl l.z~l ~ x ~v. Jr, Mrs Dorothy Shac,M~s cookies, cupcakes, treat popc n and Kool-Aid, - ' "" " - Mira and| Krishna, Mrs Dorothy Furr and He returned to Louisville on paternal "rand"arents Mr andI family, at Urbana. ~Joyce ~prmg an(] " . were served by the Ladies Auxahary of the Blue no.~,o;o '~o,lor ] Rachel, R. D. R~tenour, Jenmfer Saturday. . Mrs. Wil~am ~oates and great] Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Pope of PAUL RidRe Mountain Fire unit~ t :"",Butrick, Kerri Coyle, J.J. RANSONNEWS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.[ Three Oaks were hosts for a o - " " ~ -m ".= -- [ Osbourn, Joey Jacobs, Cheryle Carl Nutter of Fox Glen ker Penwell family get-to-gether and dinner I T.ID,~ ",* I I ,on / Hall, and Wendy Magaha. Development near Kear- Miss Mary Conley of 'Charles| on Sunday. Those present: Mr. I Piedmc [nte~m ~huch I . ~. / These sending gifts but unable ^ ~ a,e is amedical---"'-.+ ; Town, Miss Mary Lamont, Mr/and Mrs Ralph W Pope of I ~ umner |to attend were Jason White, Je~;erson Memorial ~espital andMrs. R bertH yleands ns,/Edgerton, Wisconsin, Mr. and]sa~tist I~m~ At I~l~/~ I Ime~ Tn ~m [ / Danny Linton, Mr. and Mrs. ~. " Timmy and William Jr, of/Mrs Robert Pope and family of :^s n~,~, "''l ] --Iv~ ,v ~v ] Zion Episcopal Church of] Glen Eackles and Robert, Mr. recV:l~]:~in;~rth:tr homad: f~o~n Gaithersburg and Mrs. Louise] Front Royal, Va,Mr. and Mrs.] :v;/10 UJ~l ir~l~k~, ~0 I U~dlM il~b~l~ [ Charles Town will hold its an-| and Mrs. Bill Goladay, Sandy. ~.o,a ~,~onfl, Somers and daughter, Shelly of| Steve Merchant and family of surger: : R er n of 600 [ll~lU Ik~,l~l g=O I ~l[l$111~ mr/ I nual harvest dinner Wednesday,1 Magaha, Silas Starry, Frankie anson w e Su day guests of| Front Royal, Va, and Mr and]w o, : ] [ November 15, beginning at 41 Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. m jenerson Ivtemorlm n~v~ ' - P,a,~ f ~,~,o~a r~a,: ~r. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden.| Mrs Roy E Pope of Brucetown, ~,:~ u[] oaturuay evemng uctover I Memners oI tim ~aepnera- I ~'ol~ok in tho ~ft~rn~nn It willl Maaaha and Mr and Mrs Lor, o,~.~ --,~ ~,~ 28, membors of the Elk Branch [ stown Jaycees will kick off their [ ~,:"~e'~l~'~'l~v~.:~=~,~",'~ I 1"',~::.~,r~ m' ttans" "- nan ~ ~ a~---'-r~p, .- a,~- - Mrs. Harry. ~ Titus and son,|. Va Mrs. Peggy Hart and r" er ~ Presbyte mp Church w [ Heavenly Quarterlf~project [ East Washin'ton Street '[ r zer"" as"'ner overmgm~ ~u~ wereiraviSTuesdaana ~haneni ~tat Brownshop/est / children, . Fritz| J Frank and I ~c~ol -~'-~:-I entertained! at a Halloween,Friday night, Nov 10, with two I -. s ~ .1 ~hcmh~dctnmn RI~ ~amraay, october, mr ner ,m Y go. gu s o~/I~arin,Mr. and Mrs. Gary made. rt at the home ot Mr and t ev - " i The menu wm mcmue roas[, v""r ~"~"'"" Mr and Mrs Austin Nicodemus,Chapman and children, Brook] ~, pay . enm. : turkey, dressing, gravy, mashed " " Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Coates] and Detra, Mr. and Mrs.I mitred Mrs Boteler Link, Jr ] First for those who like horse ] . . "rat Department Dinner nwmaay ' " =. " . . po[atoes, sauerx u,gree Games were played durmg the ] racmg, they will prowde free I h h ~]"rho ~h~h~rdstown Fire D,~mlhi|P~n ~m~ln and children, J.C. and Nicole|Garland Iden Pope, Mr and|filled evening and costume prizes l passes to the CharlesTown Turf |:" ~ ,':: -~-%~f-'],~^'--'~,~-+.~-'~'~ ']~] held its annual zt~Fu~zz~,~zH ~,mz~, Frances, and Mr. and Mrs.lMrs. Wayne Pope, Miss Evielform ; to tho "nowin'"/CI,~ o,a ,~ +~,~o w~, o I nomemaae ro,s, c zxee/~'~P " James Fritts were SundaYlKibler, Mr. and Mrs. StephenJExhibi -~,~ ~.-~ e. . ,- ."-. - v-~,~- homemade brownies w~'th ice Thanksg''~vmg Droner' on Eleanor Brown, Florence Ann / socml functmns, there will be a [cream and chocolate sauce. '[Thursday, November 16, at the Meet Noven~ber 14 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.] Feltner and daughter Leslie of[ from ~ urown, uavm Lwg, Jr, Irvm lswzm ann msco party at ~ne I ~ o,~, ;~ ;,~, ~em 'Pho IMon'.~ Club Build'n~Z in Baker Penwell and family Berryville, Va Mrs. Elizabeth[ points. ,*- o u I Link and Mr. and Mrs. Henry ] Cliffs|de Motor Inn's indoor pool,~:" . "?." :.~ / ~lShevh-erdstown The dinner is to The regular monthlv meetin R~Mrhar and n Mrshil Donaldr Lee [ Grover of Washington," D.C J e . Blackford. Door prizes wen! to [ Then Saturday morning a [ pun,c l~ mw~] [~ sPerved family style, consist. Of Republicanth " JeffersOn'woman,s ClubC untYwill and'C DonnadS a Sue,dC'Mr.d en,andAngela[Mrs.[chester,Mrs Brendava JenkinsMr. and f Mrs IWin- Mrs KathrynStum and Bo -ink . ]Continental breakfast will he [ Rrl~flut ~lfl(l~ I ing of turkey, all the trimmings, he held Tuesday November 14 James Richards Jr. andl Douglas Robinson and childrenl y~e~resnmen~ .mr me evemng |served and state programs will [ ,--,NlbV ~.w |The pri~s are: Adults - $4.00, 'at 2 n m in the' home of Mrs' daughter, Jodi of Middleway[ Kimbley and Michael ofI mcm le~ a Dwm~ay caze ~or [ be presented during the day 'rr~d~M I A~I~,children - age 5 thru 10- $2.00, 4 ~. . Amanda Link, gingerbread w!th [ Saturday at noon there will he / a lVpllJ I,~ao,and under - Free. Will serve Herbert W Cowan at Bakerton were Sunday droner guests ofI Clearbrook, Va Mr. and Mrs./ Kool whp, orange Kool Azd, Men are funny pat here ! . |a joint Jaycee-Jaycee-ette/ |from 5:00 p.m. until sold out. The officers of the club urge Mr. and Mrs. James Richards,| CarlHubert Pope and son, Andy] allmembers and other in- St. |and friend, Mr. and Mrs. Gary/ chips arm oanay corn. . - |luncheon and a tour of historic I Mter five weeks of corn-I Tickets may be purchased at the terested women to attend this Mrs. Andy Robertson of[ Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas / Those presen[were:Tne~ev./Harr,~rsFer v onducted by the I petition for the Charles Town Idoor ~" "" ' ' ]m at me . . . ] and Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. Eva |Sheoherdstewn Jaycee-ettes I Duphcate Bridge SinglesI . ' norta etin~ Officers for Newport News, Va, spenti Kibler and children, Eyvon, " - - " thecoming year will be elected. Wednesday till Saturday at theI Robin, Richard of Boyce, Va Starhper, Mms Jane Hunter,| Trophy, which is a 12-weekl- Players in needs of a partner ! Mkss' Chrmtine" " Hunter, Mrs Saturday. evening there will he tournament, -.vth~ lo~or w~ vi,l, --.-:m~" ~n ~o~ o~o~ ~ home of her sister and brother-] Mr and Mrts. Larry Mella and Kathryn Stum, Mrs. Eleanor,a cocktail party as a starter, Catozella with 58.18 per cent,] Weekly game winners last nOLIVAR-H AR PERS in-law, Mr. and Mrs. RobertI son, Terry and friend, Dorkis, FERRY STORY HOUR Rando] h Sml r Brown, Florence Ann Brown, i followed by the awards banque~ foUowed closely by SharlandlWednesday were, North-South: p 'thJ and family. [ Mr. andMrs. Paul Mella of Falls The Bohvar Harpers Ferry n Mrs David mk Da at the Cliffside Motor Inn, and ter r Mr. a d . ' L",vy,th il " " TrOt,56.75 pe cent, Ginn};[ Sharland Trotter-Via Catozella, ' " Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers, I Church, Va and Irvin; Mr. and Mrs. HenryI ~ w i he followed by a dance, Allen, 55.15 per cent and Jud}[ first, Judy Moler-John Duffy Public Library, on Polk Street in Jr, celebrated their 24th wed-I Harpers Ferry, ,hold a sto ding anniversary on October 301 ^.Mr.sL. A !in" if r and Ke th w th musm being provided by a Blackford, Jenn" e " ; l i Moler, 54.90 per cent. Besides [ second, and Harriet Hayes-Polly hour for children au ages eacn and also the departure of theirl R' c ar i ol r Robin and Paul Myers, Tina,10ca! band. " will he the effect of 7'games still to beI Hauser, third. East-West Saturday, beginning thisson and daughter-in-law Mr. andl and Mr Paul M ers in Charles Gano, Billy Silveous, Mr. and| Sunday morning mere . u i played, the final standings will] leaders were: John Allen-Craig mk Jr Bo a Pra er Breakfast to wma p Mrs. Boteler L" 'I Y ' be heavily weighted by two ofi Dodson first, Ann Groves-Jane Saturday, .from 10:30 to. 11:00 Mrs/Ricky Sowers and young| ' Y Mandy and Jason. the meeting, the rules of the tournament: I)l McFarland second, and Lynn a.m. AU cnuoxen are wemome, son, Phillip, who moved toI ~uw -- ' i Ocean Side, California onl Congratulations toMrs Helen aggregate scores must include I and Ricky Welch third. Sunday. They have been livinglNicodemus, Mrs. Frances RIVI: OIIR HNITED GIVERS RIND. results with at least three dlf-[ Master Point winners in the Phen men n~ ferent partners, and 2)only the[ previous Wednesday game, "- for seven months. |Penwell and Mr. Charley Moler d Molar Helen III eight top scores need be counted. INorth-South: Ju y them on the back and Mr. Tommy Barron ac-|on observing their respective Final standings will he deter-[ Wright first, John Duffy-Fred their heads will swell, companiedhis daughter and son-[birthdays this week. " mined after the last session onl Mayer second, and Jennie -Call, San Diego, Calif Wednesday December 2oth.I Corbi~-Don Hudson tfiird. The " John Allen is the ACBL Director,East-West ranking was: Louise NOW OPEN ~,~ and Master Point Units are.also ] Ramey-Jane McFarland first, awarded every Wednesday.i Harriet Hayes-Pauline Hudson, It Is Not RIDGE ROAD ( Playstartsat7:45attheCharles,secondl and Jane Puffy-Nancy Too Late CROCHET CRAFT / Roth third Town Civic Center. "