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lt SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE LU THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1978 For Next It Away ristmas ! Join Our 19 79 e / Interest Is Paid On The Average Balance For All Paid lip. C/ubs. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN WEST VIRGINIA 25414 MEMBER F.D.I.C. 725-2071 Lakeland, Florida was released from the hospital Saturday, Nov. 4. He plans to remain with his son-in-law and daughter,Dr, and Mrs. William Kremer, Lakeland, from 4-6 weeks before returning to his home, Avon Bend. Mrs. Cannery is also in Florida with the Kremers while her husband has been a patient there. On Saturday Mr. Dallas Alkire accompanied by his daughters, Dawn, Dee and Dale attended the football game in Morgan- town. C.D. (Bill) Mercer and his grandson, Joey Fitzgerald of Ranson were visitors in the Village Tuesday morning. Debbie Alkire and Gerri Tribbel were hostesses to a Halloween Party on Saturday night, Oct. 28. To add to the spookiness of the evening the was held in an abandoned house on Woodland Farm owned by Mr. Stanley Stiles. There were twenty-five present to enjoy the evening activities. Debbie Haines reports that 81 gals of applebutter were made by members of the 4-H Saddle Club and friends. Two days were spent in preparation and boiling. Many participants remainedB overnight. By 2:00 in the af- ternoon the arduous chore was finished. Mrs. John N. Andrews has returned to her home, Avon- wood, after visiting with Mrs. R.D. Davis in Texas where she was called upon the death of a relative. While there she visited several days in Houston also with relatives of her deceased husband, Gen. John N. Andrews. Mr. Howard O. Bush returned home Thursday after spending several days with his sons, Bob and Sonny and their families of near Martinsburg. Mrs. Ethrlrrn Watson of Martinsburg visited her mother, Mrs. Elsie Grey of Meadow Brook on Thursday. Mrs. Raymond Boyer of Charles Town accompanied Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Sunday afternoon to visit Miss Lottie Markle of near Kear- neysville. Mrs. Elmer Pipes has been indisposed at the home. The Official Administrative Beard of the Kabletown Church will meet Sunday evening Nov. 12 at 7 o'clock at the local church. Members are urged to be present. The Kabletown Extension Homemakers Club meets Thursday Nov. 16 at 1:30 in the home of Mrs. David McMillan. An auction has been planned for the afternoon. Church School 10:30 a.m. At Elk Branch Sunday Church School 10:00 a m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Guest speaker, Mr. Charles Ritter. Spiritual Growth Week-End Planned A spiritual growth week-end will be held at Asbury United Methodist Church in Charles Town Friday and Saturday November 17 and 18. SerVices begin each e~,ening at 7:00 with a fellowship social, followed by a hymn sing. Speakers will be the Rev. Charles Frum of Summit Point and the Rev. Owen B. Womack of Calvary United Methodist Church, Martinsburg. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Dial 725-8309 Our sympathy to the children and grandchildren of Mary Strother who died in the Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital on Wednesday. The Strpthers lived in Leetown 45 years ago and "Mary Zoo" as she was fondly called worked for some of the families in Leetown, she was always cheerful and a good friend. She-will be missed by all. The Extension Homemakers Club will meet with Mrs. Tom Lennon Nov. 15th at 1:30. The Topic will be "Be a Better Shopper" and the leader will be Mrs. Howard Backus. I Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Vancamp Morgantown spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming. Mr. Vancamp bad been in Washington on business. Diane Callis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Callis has accepted a new position, she will be District Representative for Deutro Co. of Corpus Christi working out of Winchester, she will cover W.Va Va and Md. and North Carolina and other states later on. She started work the 1st of October. Rev. Chns Frunch of the Methodist Church used as his sermon Sunday Nov. 5th Sometimes Great Treasurers are carried in Earthen Vessels." A large crowd heard this in- spiring sermon. Youth Council of J.C. Parish sponsoring first social event. All youths are invited to a dance at Bardane Community Center on November 11 from 7:30 p.m until 11 p.m. Refreshments will be available and dates are welcomed. World Community Day Celebration on Friday, November '10 from 9 till 5 to begin with the Gleaning of the Fields, meet at the Byrd Farm Storage. Bring a bag lunch and beverage, rain or shine. Mr. Bob Gardner Norwich, New York, spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner and Julie. Bob had been in Leesburg, Va. for a week on business. Peoples I~ the Shera| Arlington, ! The BOa whose tral month a~, another t~ Blue's Fat~ Sunday Floyd P. Q were Mr. a~ Jr Pow~ Town/Mr. ! and Michad and Mrs. | and Mrs. and Mrs A and Gary, Nell Wag~ Owens cek Dismia against a instituted 'i Circuit C~ Dostert, Jeff Bullock left Sat. 4 of Nov. Friday. j to Kansas City, Missouri with Dostert the FFA for a weekfleaving by steven Aski buS. l a docum~I Mrs. Clarence Dunbar and Mrs. James Locke called on Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dunbar Keys= Ferry Road and family Sunday evening. Mrs. Edward Chrisman spent several days last week visiting her son William L. and daughter- in-law and family in Broadway, Va. William was just recently promoted as manager of Grand Union in Harrisonburg, Va. Edward Chrisman spent several days last week attending a managers Conference for At the h~ initiated t order a~ declared tl "null and I just to hM how to think ~ Route 7 East on Winchester, Vs. F4 The Funeral Home and Cemetery combination One of the answers to the high cost of funerals. IIIIIII I I IIII II I Mrs. Alice B. Brown, Worthy Grand Matron, and Lawrence Cuilifer, Worthy Grand Patron of the Grand Jurisdiction of West Virginia, Order of Eastern Star, made their official visit to the Eastern Panhandle Monday, October 30, as guests of Charles Town Chapter 128, OES. Following the introduction and welcome of the state officers by the Worthy Matron, Gall Sherman and the Worthy Patron, Richard Adams, other guests were introduced and welcomed. They included past Grand Matrons Mrs. Gussie Casdorph of Charleston; Mrs. Ethelmae Zacharski, Berkeley Springs; Associate Grand Matron Virginia Nester, South Charleston; Grand .Chaplain Betty Lee Potter, CharlestOn; Gran& Marshall Lila Jean Dawson, New Cumberland; Grand Organist Evelyn Clark, Grafton; Grand Sentinel, Paul E. Pierson, New Martinsville; Grand Representative Patrick Henry, Martinsburg; Deputy instructors Mrs. Mary Adams, Charles Town and Mary Gray Dolly, Franklin. There were other officers, members and visitors from Berkeley Springs, Martinsburg, Shepherdstown, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Laramie, Wyoming. A program, "Honey Bee" was enjoyed by all. Preceding the meeting a banquet was given in honor of the Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy Grand Patron at Asbury United Methodist Church by the Susanna Wesley Class. At the banquet the Rainbow Girls gave a program and Worthy Advisor Pat Ott presented Sister Alice with a corsage of colors of the rainbow, and Brother Lawrence a boutonniere. At the close the Chapter meeting a social hour was enjoyed with delicious refreshments served in the Independent social room. CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF COD SF VlCES At Calvary Assembly of God, 114 Fairfax~, Blvd Ranson, Pastor, William P. Reed, Sun- day School at 10:00' a.m. Mor- ning worship at 11:00 Bolivar Rest Home at 2:00 p.m. , Christ Ambassadors meet at 6:30 p.m. Evening Evengelistic Service at 7:30. Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Praise, Bible Study on "The Parables" Royal Rangers, Missionettes, Prims & Daisies. For the Here*s a plan that offers $50,000 or more of life insurance protection with a surprisingly low premium. Nationwide's Yearly Renewable and Convertible Term Life Plan can help protect the plans you're making for the future, with premiums you can handle now. Get the facts ', see your Nationwide agent. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nat*orw~o~ IS 0#I yodr I,G~Ie Nationwide Life Insurance Complmy Home Office: Columbus, Ohio ELK BRANCH AND tlslsmms~mmi~m~ luncheon after the trip at the HALLTOWNPRESBYTERIAN Davkl B. Jones, Dir to KABLETOWN [Tree Top Restaurant, Berkeley At Elk Branch and Halltown Mrs. Marianna Smallwood I Springs, was the final Presbyterian Churches, Fred A. I destination. Those celebrating Smith, pastor. , Dial 725-5707 ] with Mrs. Scott and Mr. Mayer At Halltown Sunday Worship [besides Mr. Zollner included his Service9:30a.m. Guest speaker, NOV. 9-1t Mrs. Hazel Grim~Avon Bond, J wife, Mrs. Kitty Zollner, Mr. Mr. Charles Ritter. Sunday was the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth [ Edward Young, Mr. Lynn Cole, Washington, D.C. on I Storres, Mrs. Hazel Grim, Mrs. Wednesday, October 25. The Grace De Blois and Mr. Harry occasion was to attend the I Kennedy Center to see Alexis Smith in "Platinum." A combined birthday party for Mrs. Veca Scott and Mr. Fred Mayer, both of Avon Bend, was held Thursday, October 26. A trip through the beautiful mountain foliage for the oc- casion was arranged by Mr. Ted Zollner, Avon Bend, and a buffet Scott all of Avon Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dirks of Potomac, Md were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grim on Saturday, October 28. Mr. Dirks was the former Staff Director of the Senate Labor HEW Appropriations Committee before his retirement. Mr. George Cannery who submitted to surgery recently in FEAGAN'S JEWELERS Now Celebrating Their 25th Birthday With A Big Which Is Now Going On And to Mark This Special Occasion We Are Offering Sales You Can't Believe Bulova Watches Up To 50% off Speidei Watch Bands and I.D. Bracelets Our New Complete line of Diamond Rings, Pendents and pierce earrings. Ears pierced FREE with purchase of studs which are Usa on sale. also 40 PER CENT OFF On all Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware. These ore net close-outs, but our new Christmas Merchandise Remember when buying at our Discount Prices you Will Get Good Products at An Exceptionally Good Price And Most of All Go~d Service Why Not Get the Jump on Your Christmas Shopping Now at FEAGAN'S JEWELERS Come h Now ~ Akqo 1'~ S~bcti~ ~l,~ ~ the= Are C,~dete Master Charge, VISA Are lkmk Approved end you can use our Convenient Ley-Aw~y Plea Yes We Are Celebrating Our 2Sth Anniversary FEAGAN'S JEWELERS 230 W.Weshington Street, Charles Town,W.Va. Phone: 725- 7411 We will be open every day including Wednesdays From 9:N a.m. to S:O0 p.m. And FridJys ~:0~ a.m. to 9:N p.m. SHOP MON. t FRI. 9 to 9 TUES WED. THURS. SAT. 9 to $ Sale 22.40tw,o Reg. $28. Our best autO- matic electric blanket with 9 settings for exact warmth and the promise of years of wear. Fluffy soft-napped acrylic/ polyester; snap-fit corne~. Full, single control; reg. $32, Sale 25.60 Full, dual control; reg. $39, Sale 31.20 IS Big Mac woi Sale 5.58 Reg. 6.98. Big Mac Twill woR polyester/cotton with Soil Rele S-M-L-XL-XXL. Sale6.38 Reg. 7.98. Big Mac@ Twill cuffll polyester/cotton with Soil Rel Sale 11.20 Reg. $14. Big Mac Twill jack! cotton with polyester filbedill! S~ ATII