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il/i 10 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1978 John Philip, Miss Shirley Macoughtry and Mrs. Stuart Crim. Mrs. Allen Glassford, her mother, Mrs. Carl Menear and her granddaughter, Miss Nicole Nobrega motored over the Skyline Drive on Sunday, stopping forlunch at the Skyline Lodge and returning home by the way of the Moorefield Valley. On Wednesday of last week the afternoon kindergarten class of South Jefferson Elementary School enjoyed a field trip to the Musselman plant in Inwood. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tom Butch and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph whose sons, Jeff Burch and John Rudolph are members of the class. Danny Mills, in company with Chris Burch, Craig Kershner, Willy Pindell, Brook Mayberry and Mr. Garland Ott motored to University Park, Pa. on Saturday to attend the football game between Penn State and Maryland. The group spent the night in Huntington, Pa. returning to their homes late Sunday afternoon Mr. Ernest Rudolph attended a Leadership meeting which was held on Monday evening of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey in Shady Acres and on Wednesday a meeting of the Sharing Group was held at the Rudolph home. HALLOWEEN PARTIES The first of the' parties marking the celebration of Halloween was held at the Baptist Church on Saturday evening where the guests at- tending enjoyed the customary costume parade, games and delicious refreshments. On Monday evening a large group gathered at the Methodist Church for the annual party which featured prizes for thebest costumes, games and refresh- ments in the Halloween theme. On Tuesday afternoon the students of the South Jefferson Elementary School enjoyed parties, hosted by the home room mothers, during which they paraded from room to room, played games and were served delicious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and daughter Kathy of Kearneysville were visitors on Sunday at the home of the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee. Toby Mohr of Shady Acres was an overnight guest on Wed- nesday and Thursday evenings at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their family. On Sunday Johnny Rudolph was the guest of Mrs. Joe Gainer and her daughter Kelli at the opening of the new McDonalds in Winchester which featured a visit from Ronald MacDonald and his friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller are newcomers to the Village, having moved last week from their former home in Charles Town to the house vacated recently by Mrs. Kay Johnson and her family who have moved to Charles Town. Mark Rudolph in company with several friends had dinner on Saturday evening at the Sizzling Steak House in Mar- tinsburg and later attended the Homecoming Dance which was held in the Jefferson High School gymnasium. TO HOLD BAKE AND VARIETY SALE The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 Once again gratitude and appreciation are extended to Mrs. Joyce Rudolph who has done such an excellent job of reporting the Summit Point news for the past two months. With such a capable back-up, vacations may be enjoyed with never a worry lest the comings and goings of the folks back home neglected. Thanks Joyce. Mr. John Van Tol spent last Saturday visiting with his son, Pieter, at St. Albans School and watched Piet and his teammates win their J.V. football game with St. Stevens. Piet spent the rest of the weekend visiting with a classmate, Matthew Mudd, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mndd in McLean Va. Also visiting with the Mudds was Ray Schoenke, former lineman for the Washington Redskins and the group enjoyed a Sunday afternoon of touch football. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Shirley, en route home from Frankfort Germany where they had been visiting with their son and daughter-in-law, were recent visitors with the farmer's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and their family of "Locust Grove" before retur- ning to their home in Pearisburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers returned home on Tuesday of last week from a visit of several days with the farmer's brother and sisters, in New Jersey. While there they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fellers in Oak Ridge, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mulee in Laurleton, N.J Mrs. Fred Butler in Nutley, N.J. and Mrs. Fred Bower and her daughter Lettie Lynn in North Plainfield, N.J. ALL SAINTS DAY PROGRAM A special program entitled "Send in the Clowns" was held at the White Church in Mid- dleway on Halloween night in celebration of the true meaning of Halloween and of all Saints Day. The program, which was planned by the Reverend David Wood, opened in a circus at- mosphere with peanuts and popcorn served to those present who had been requested to wear a clown false face or clown makeup. At the conclusion of this phase of the program prizes were awarded to Peter Yablonski, Heather Wood and the Reverend James Towner whose faces were judged the best. This was followed by the real purpose of the program: a film which was a parable depicting Christ as a circus clown, his compassion for workers who became his followers, and in the end those who turned on him and caused his death. At it s conclusion, i small groups were formed to i analyze the film and to report their intrepretation of the events they had witnessed. The program was concluded with a communion service conducted by the Reverend David Wood assisted by the Reverend James Towner. More than fifty persona attended the program, representing eight different churches. Those attending from will hold a Bake and Variety Summit Point were the Sale at the American Legion on Reverend and Mrs. Wood and Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th. In addition to daughters, Heather and Dawn, home baked goods a wi-ed Mrs. Philip Creamer and son, ALLIS-CHALMERS At CeF. Enterprises we've frozen the prices on all our model 5040 tractors in stock Price includes: Model 5040 40 Prke $7806 h.p. Diesel 6 speed tran- SAtemC! smission, 3 pt. hitch, $40 PTO, remote valve, power steering, differential lock, bend & feet throttle, calcium in rear tires, on trecton in stock service end delivery. Also special prices on in stock troctoro--|O to 123 h.p. Talk to us about hlllh h,p. tractors 2& &wheel drive, b! C.F. Enterprises 740 Nor0h Loudoue St Wlnehosto,Vo. variety of household items, bric- a-brac and winter clothing, including an excellent selection of infant clothing, will he offered for sale. Mr. Allen Glassford joined with other members of the Charles Town Moose Club on Sunday for a bus trip to Glen Burnie, Md. and to Laurel, Md. where they were entertained at the Moose Lodge with dinner and dancing. P.T.A. MEETING A special meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association of the South Jefferson Elementary School was held on Monday evening of last week for the purpose of discussing the fin- dings of the committee which had been appointed to evaluate the overcrowded classroom and bus conditions. On Monday of this week the committee met with the Superintendent of the Jefferson County Schools to discuss the problem. Doug Stamey of Shady Acres was a dinner guest on Saturday at the home .of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their family where he was joined later in the evening by his mother, Mrs. Clay Stamey. Miss Sue Webber and Miss Chris Frenzel of Berkeley Spripgs, W.Va. were dinner guqbts of Miss Julie Creamer on Sunday at her home, "Locust Grove." The three are co- workers at the L&J Construction Company in Berkeley Springs. Dinner guests on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Cheshire of Charles Town and their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Lee Allen Drish and daughters, Stacey and Shelley. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire in company with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman of Rippon had dinner at The Coachhouse north of Martinsburg. Mrs. Stuart Crim returned to her home, "Monte View'~ last Sunday evening from a visit of nearly three months with her son and danghter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim Jr. in Sandy, Utah, being there to welcome her new grandson, "David Bonn" who was horn on October 16th. While there she visited also with her grand- children, Stuart III, Michael and Laurel Crim and their mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chasmen at their home in Orem, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Crim moved to Utah from Phoenix, Arizona on September 1st after Mr. Crim had accepted a position with Sperry-Univac in Salt Lake City. During her sojourn she had the opportunity to see, or visit, many interesting sights including the Binghamp- ton Copper mine, the largest open pit copper mine in the world, the filming of a presen- tation by the Merman Taber- nacle Choir at the tabernacle in Salt Lake City, a trip over the breathtaking Alpine Loop in the Rockies and a day spent in Las Vegas, Nevada -- but nothing that could compare with the beauty of West Virginia! Rena Marshall Will I'Count"Gmup, Nov. 12 Rena Marshall, social worker with the West Virginia Depart- ment of Welfare offices in Martinsburg and Jefferson County, will be the speaker for a meeting of the "Make Today Count." organization, to be held Sunday, Nov. 12, at 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the Charles Town Asbury United Methodist Church, it was announced Tuesday by Mrs. No ami Moses. The "Make Today Count" organization is a support group for those with a life threatening illness. The public is invited and urged to attend this meeting. r FREE DRY CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 ALOOOOOHA After a strenuous 15 days Mom'.~ back to good old Charles Town, Barb, and after a short period of recuperation, ready to Purple Onion, the Discovery Club where Phyllis Diller, Jim Nabors and other stars were horn. Next the Finocchios - 14 handsome men impersonating females in vaudeville splendor (my favorite in classic art). An outstanding climax of the evening took place at the Venetian Room of the plush Fairmont Hotel with singer, dancer, entertainer and musician Trinny Lopez and his band. THE BEST IS YET TO COME Leaving San Francisco on a United DC 8 we arrived at Honolulu airport with all the pomp, ceremony and warmth of the island people - kisses, leis, picture taking, etc then by bus to the fabulous Hawaiian Regent Hotel in the heart .of Waikiki Beach. We had seen 7days and 7 nights of unbelievable tropical beauty, splendor and culture of the island. Please forgive my enthusiams. give you a blow by blow The first day included '/2 day description of my thrilling ex- tour of the city of Honolulu with periences. You see, I had flown points of interest as University . only once before from Dulles to Los Angeles, spent a week there, then just one flight back home. And just to prove I was in Hawaii and what a great time I had, I brought back some pic- torial evidence as shown above. On this trip we boarded and deplaned 14 times, walking 1/2 mile or so each time, toting our heavy carry-on baggage. The same procedure by bus to hotels and return to airports. So much for that! The pleasures really compensated for the few in- conveniences. The tour was planned by the Great American Travel Co. and was sponsored by the West Va. Federation of Women's Clubs. Burla Tenney and I were the two members of the Charles Town Woman's Club who took the tour. I wish to thank all who con- tributed to my column and a real "MAHALO" t6 my fill-in correspondent, Barbara Hooper. MICHIO OIWAKE On a United Boeing 727 from Pittsburgh to San Francisco I enjoyed conversation with this young man who was a resident of Yokohama City, Japan, educated at the University of Tokoyo and employed as a liaison officer between Japan and nuclear plants throughout U.S. and foreign countries. He said he had just come from Oak Ridge. Tenn to Union Carbide, Pittsburgh, then on to a San Francisco plant. Said he was married, has family whom he sees occasionally for the past 12 years. I noticed he was reading a book, "Of Time and Space and Other Things" but he read it backwards and sideways in Japanese. I guessed his age at 35, he was 51. Upon parting I asked him to guess my age. He gussed 60. Needless to say, I think highly of this young man who gave me the added vigor I needed to enjoy my Hawaiian trip. RICE-A-RONI Holiday Inn Golden Gateway, San Francisco is not just a city -- it is an experience. Two days and two nights of sightseeing and entertainment!!! Guided tours included Mission Dolores where the city was born, cross both San Francisco and Oakhnd Bridges, walk through the placid Japanese Tea Garden, drive through Golden Gate Park and Fisherman's Wharf. We als0 observed hundreds of different cultures living side by side: 20,000 Japanese, 35,000 Philipinos, and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. Our cable car ride was unique. Luckily I got a seatwfor 'hanging on the outside was a bit hazar- dnus. Cost was .25 each way. It reminded me of our open street ear rides from Hollidaysburg, Pa to Altonna - a matter of 7 miles - for a nickel. That was in the roaring twenties. Now for the night life! Dinner at The Carving Board, Sir Francis Drake Hotel, then the of Hawaii, State Capitol, Ioldni Palace, Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific. Next a cocktail party for our group, then an evening of Hawaii's shows with buffet dinner at the Moana Hotel, after which we enjoyed the most authentic polynesian show in Waikiki today. There were songs and dances of Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand. Samoa Tonga and Hawaii. To end the first day we took in the Alii's variety show at the Outrigger Hotel. What a first of en- tertainment. Right? All this with free cocktails everywhere. During the balance of the week our Dine-around-restaurant- plan included the Pagoda floating restaurant which was Harrington, an Irishman who adopted Al an extremely handsome and talented en- tertainer who does a very clean monologue.) Before I forget, I must men- tion the Ala Monna Shopping Mall - largest in the world with 170 shops. Another 4-star is the Polynesian Cultural Center - a three-hour tour and the famous Kodak show which has been in existence for 43 years. This spectacular, colorful and dramatic production takes place in a huge amphitheatre, shadowed and surrounded by venerable monkey pod and palm trees with hibiscus blooms in profusion. Again the songs and dances depict the culture of many South Sea islands. The music, both vocal and in- strumental, is beautiful hest sburgh. I Departme !Int Last comment: I appreciate] History. j my 15-day vacation, especially[ In makht l the courteous service and[Commissio : JJk' ' delicious food on the United[AndrewsstJ~ Airlines. Except for the cooked,I [ reviewed octopus, the raw salmon and poi ~TT on the island, and of course my financial l, lr gripe in the second paragraph, I am a happy senior citizen. One three i thin I'll miss is that fresh area. pineapple spear I had for For the Theatre, Marl Theatre Dance, Technical Berkeley Theatre, Young in "Belle breakfast every morning. MAHALO A real thank you for reading my comprehensive travelogue. Next week I'll be back on other subjects. 2G~rants totaling $100,080 were of all, is the knowledge that all approv ed or 29 arts projects in Theatre, cultures and races were brought West Virginia by the Arts and Basquin, together by our American Humanities Commission of the Martha ENTRY RETAIL MERq Charles Town, W. SATURDAY, NOV. 10:00 A. THEME ORNAMENTS OF Name of Organization And Person Responsible :LEANING BRING 3 GARMENTS PAY FI AT OUR REGULAR PRICES Leather & Suede, Fur & Fur Trim & Evening Gowns excluded. Least expensive garment cleaned FREE. ONE.HOUR SERVICE NO EXTRA CHARGE PHONE: 725.199S surrounded by a moat holding, 2000 beautiful tropical fishpalso Bobby McGees Conglomeration, good food and furnished in Victorian furniture throughout the restaurant. We had several lavish buffets at our hotel. We were privileged to attend AI Harrington's Luau at The Dome. This famous entertainer (former Ben Kokua of "Hawaii Five-O")I and his show delighted [ everyone. Tbe Luau included exotic tropical Blue Hawaii, Mai-tai or Chi-Chi cocktails and the exciting polynesian show. This was a 4-star attraction for me. The Hawaiian feast was delicious (Too bad I couldn't have tucked Al in my luggage for home. His name fools you. His widowed mother remarried missionaries many years, ago. LAS VEGAS HERE WE COME On a night flight from Honolulu on a United DC 10 the plane landed on the airstrip of Hilo, Hawaii, largest island of all for an hour then on to Los Angeles where we deplaned again and boarded a Western Boeing 737 for Las Vegas, Nevada. The Aladdin Hotel was our headquarters at the 24-hour- a-day fun city, the splashy casino capital of the country. I was stunned and blinded by the crystal elegance of the casinos, gambling tables and slot machines. What an experience for a naive octogenarian! We had a tour of the "Strip," Caesar's Palace and other hotels but, unfortunately, I was unable to see the reputedly best show in the city, "Hawaiian Holiday" at the MGM Grand. I couldn't take the wee hours. At the Bagdad Showroom we saw David Steinberg and band. Steinberg's monologue lasted over an hour and was so "off color" that many left his show. (To each his own for those who remained.) So much for Las Vegas. Did I win any money? I doubled it in a quarter slot machine. I immediately in- vested my winnings in a souvenir key chain of Las Vegas. You see I am not the last of the big spenders. LAST LAP OF THE JOURNEY Boarded a United Boeing 727 from Las Vegas to Chicago, depla'ned and rebnarded another United Boeing 727 for Pitt- by clearing up all your smaller debts and leaving you with less to pay each month We make loans up to $25,000 and give you up to i 0 yours to repay HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER Charles Town, W. Va. OCt. 25-'TII Jan. 26- In order to settle the Estate of Eliza E. Milton, I will sell, at public sale the following personal property located South of Charles Town, W.Va I/4 mile off State Route 9 on Mission Road on; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER it, 1978 BEGINNING AT tO:O0 A. M. 2 pc. living room suite; platform rocker; straight chairs; 3 rockers; end tables; coffee table; corner what-not; book shelves; pictures and frames; gateleg tables; telephone stand; lamps; clock; T.V. stand; china closet; dinette set; G.E. refrigerator; Signature electric range; cupboard; metal base cabinet; metal utility cabinets; coal and wood space heater; wood range; 3 metal servers; radio;" trunk; metal bed; 2 chest of drawers; mirrors; oak dresser; 5 drawer chest; vac. cleaner; elec. fan; kitchen utensils and appliances; glider; step-ladder; clothes hamper; lawn furniture; paint; rotary lawn mower; bed linens and blankets; china and glassware; other items too numerous to mention. 1966 Volkswagen. Lacey V. Dillow, Admr. ,Estate of Eliza E. Milton Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Fun- Lunch rights reserved, Not responsible for accidents on property. Nov. 2-2t TYPE OF ENTRY any i ey's BAND Moiorettes ORGANIZED FLOAT MARCHING UNIT DECORATED CAR OTHER Mall to CHRISTMAS PARADI 410 East Washington Street : Charles Town, W. Vo. 2Sdld High s RESTAURANT AND SERVING FINE ITALIAN "Week-end S Served THURS FRI SAT TOP ROUND of Served wiyh Gravy, Baked P, Salad , BROILED TI BEEF SHI On a Bed of Rice, served HOURS TUES.-WED THURS. Til 9 P.M. FRI.- SAT. 111 12 Midnight SUNDAY 12 Noon 1il 9 P. M. CLOSED ON MONDAY Located on State Route 9, at Jefferson Avenue Having entered a nursing home I property located at 113 East 2rid. Avenue, WEDNESDAY, Beginning at 10:30 Davenport; Motorola Color T.V.; recliner; 3 rockers; occasional studio couches; record cabinet; RCA magazine racks; stands; tables; and frames; 3 plate glass wall mirrors;! chair; oak buffet; oak dining table 2 chests of drawers; 2 vanities, one bed; metal bed; 2 wash stands; blanket oak bureau; old high chair; dinette metal utility cabinets; kitchen safe; with freezer; Frigidaire electric water heater; Maytag wringer heater; floor lamps; oil lamps; pole hassocks; Trutone radio & record lantern; irons; buttons; marbles; baskets; Philco air conditioner; lawn storm door, 34V~ x 84; braided rugs; garden tools; kitchen utensils and a dishes; some old auto parts; other mention. Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark fun. Lunch Ri Not Res