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4 Sen. Robert Byrd Welcomed By Patients At Recent Reception At Knott Rest U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd special interest in the care of W'filiamC.Mooreandhi~wife, and Mrs. Byrd received a nursing home patients. In fact Florence Hendricks Moore. royal welcome when they he made rounds with a They had operated it as the arrived at the Knott Rest handshake for everyone in Moore Rest Home. Home on October 12 for a their private room as well as Pictures show a number of planned visit to the facility, at the party, the guests who attended the Mrs. Kenna Travell ex-party. Many of the 30 residents of tended a warm welcome to her Shown in the above picture the home attended the af- guests saying she had owned, are: (leR to right Dr. John L. ternoon reception as well as and operatedthe home for the VanMetre, Charles Nutley, friends and relatives of the past 23 years and that she had Pat Furr; Rhofida Bowers~ patients. Refreshments of loved every minute of the Hazel Spear, all nurses at the fruit punch, homemade work. home, Sen. & Mrs. Robert C. cookies and candy were en- Byrd and Mrs. Kenna Travail, joyed by over 50 people. Mrs. TraveU purchased the owner and ~ator of the Senator Byrd expressed his nursing home from the late ",home. (Photo by Tim Sinn). "- Armstrong; Sara Montague AAAAAAA A~A~.~AAAAA who is on the mend; John SHANNONDALE Hospen, Joan White. If you Olga Walters hear of anyone who is ill, please Call 725-6102 call me so that we can include them in the best cure of all, our AA V A~ -'- ~-;*-%"-'-*,-~ " ~,; -- ~-~%',-%~--'~ prayers. Thursday is Veterans' Day- For your calendar jottings: our salute goes to those who Mexican Nite on November 12 thru fighting or death, have reservations suggested, shown us what free men can ac- remember music in the bar on complish. It is a day to honor the same night with Jonnie those who sleep beneath the Foltz; Thanksgiving with sod; it is for us who live, to "must" reservations and a uphold the light of liberty, great menu; Woman's Club Happy birthday to Libby Christmas Dinner - Dance on Cooper, Irene Weed, Terrence December 4th with cocktails Sikerica and to aU those whose from 6-7 p.m.; then 2 special "days" come this week. entrees included in the buffet Our sick list includes Bob from 7 to 9 p.m followed by Ricketts who is in City dancing to the great music of Hospital; Bill Schroder now Bill Krantz. All this is $12.50 per home and mending; Dwight person. Also on that same night Walters: Mickey and Johnny we award two dinners and sun- Bowen: June Kennel; Dan dry items at the club. Tickets for the dinner-dance are being sold at mealtimes or can he got- ten from any Woman's Club II SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1982 member. Reme~nber also, the for. All res~were neat- wine-tasting in the Ballromn on ly dressed (no pj"s-,er night November 20 at 6 p.m. with gown8 here)and they etrjoyed reservations in by noon of the funniest, the prettiest and Thursday, November 18. the ugliest costumes as clmsen The Haunted House on Oc- by a panel of the residents. tober 30 with Dave Lutes and Every employee on duty was in his committee was a great suc- costume and circulated among cess. The dance later, the folks giving them all the spearheaded by Beth Bryant neei~ attention. My friend, and her committee was also who often visits mwsing lmmes, well-patronized and successful, was amazed at the care, The committee tha .ks Eleanor cleanliness and apparent con- and Dr. Jack Jackson for their cern of all the employees. The great job as chaperones. All of administrator, Jim Hecker, in the above was under the a habo costume was very much tutelage of David Lutes, corn- in evidence. YOP, my brother mittee chairman of activities does a great job! for the Citizens Association of During the week Kay Shannondale. The adults' Hacker; Margaret Slzinger and Halloween Dance was equally her friend, Eleanor Klutch; my enjoyable. Folks relate to and guest and I had lunch at Chian- love Dave Baker and his music, tis. We also took a long ride in- Prizes were given to Kay to Frtderick one day to see the Hacker, a monk, for the best foliage at its best and Gertrude single; June and Nick Nicolette agreed West Virginia is for the funniest; The "almost Heaven." Margaret, Brasnahans for the most Gertrude and I drove to Mar- original, featured an execu- tinsburg High on Sunday to a tioner and his victim; and the program sponsored by the XKennedys won a citation for police ofBerkeleyCounty. The trying the hardest, entertainemg featured Jeanie Mary and Al Lyons formerly C. Riley of Hee Haw fame. of Shannondale, visited the Weather was great (I had area recently, orderei special weather for Our "theatre critic," Jessie nine days my friend was here) Nowell, took in two plays, program was enjoyable but "Home" with 3characters was loud. "just interesting," but "Mon- What do you feed your cat? day after the Miracle" about Anna Marie Weare's tried a Helen Keller and Ann Sullivan, diet of nylon hose and yarn - it was great. It featured Jane didn't work. Happy to report Alexander and Karen Allen at that Kaz is now better. the Kennedy Center. Our club's facilities and Gertrude Cozzens, my guest meals are winning recegniti~n. from Wayne, New Jersey, Kay On the 20th, the Delta Sigma Pi Hecker and I attended the Fraternity will meet here and Halloween party at the Jeffer- dine. sonian Manor Nursing Home. The Millbronk Center As usual, things were great and Chamber Orchestra had a well-organized by Maxine recital October 31 at Shepherd Shadrack, the activities direc- .College. Margaret Stringer, I d II I I[ II I II JOHN P. ARTHUR, D.V.M. AND WILLIAM E. TRUSSELL, D.V.M. take pleasure in announcing that Harvey L. Arnold, D.V.M. will be associated with them at HUNTERS HILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL, 550 E. Liberty Street, Charles Town, W. Va. in the practice of small animal medicine and surgery. OFFICE HOURS TELEPHONE BY APPOINTMENT MOrt -Frl, .725-6595 9AM - 6PM Gertrude and I went with so many others. The music, though highly classical, had a lilting, medlodic quality sug- gestive d some of our popular dance Rmes. Featured were the Works of William Walton, in traditional English style; Franz Joseph Haydn, whose music is always a delight and Robert Schumann whose mimic featured German life in the Rhineland country. This con- cert came as a most pleasant finale to our busy day. The Old Opera House is ready with its next presenta- tion, a rollicking comedy entitl- ed "You Can't Take It With You." This theatre never lets you down so I hope you have tickets for this show and are planning to get next year's season tickets which promise some great plays, etc. Just received word that star- ting November 19th, the fellowship (get acquainted) dinners will be held at the club. Cocktails are from 4:30 and dinner will be at 7 p.m. Letters of invitation are being sent and the committee hopes to reach all members during the coming year. These dinners wd.ll occur monthly and Jimmie Lou Bonar is the hostess for the up- coming one. Formerly when these were held, they proved successful for it gave the folks a chance to meet one another and gave the newcomers so- meone and something to latch onto, so do try to make the din- ner when you get your "invite~' ; ,;~" ,i,~ )) - , VAREY HARDWARE CO. Phme: 725 - 5113 Chades Town, W.Va. I[I II I[[ I I III f,r ~m ~ I We live here together so let's last for get to know one another better. Nancy Keivington tells me of and concern an important coming event. On tunate than November 12, the Jefferson support this~ Pop Singers are part of a con- Art celt evening being given for Gary Whittington, a former Dorothy Pop Singer who is ill and needs formerly d; a kidney transplant. Proceeds coming will be given to the family to defray the great cost. Tickets In closing, I are on sale at all the banks in "Blessed town - none will be sold at the without door. The evening will feature blessed are more groups and the show will without c----- That*s what yOU'i caiJ a SPerry New s~,eer ;oader a~er you run one SiPer yot/ oad the center of a "har~ e bg rounc~ ba~es t)ags of dean sta!is ancl much much more re