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Charles Town, West Virginia
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November 11, 1982

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Productions Capture in CVA Club SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER I1, 1982 Claude Brown, Felicia L. eontinues to sharpen their pre' Because the diseases that Kidrick, and Connie R. Bart. sent to keep abreast of the St. Jude Children's Research Blue Ridge Ouffitters - Mark asive waves of change con- Hospital is battling can strike Sherretts. fronting administrators runn- any child anywhere, this Pop Singers David ing our Nation's jails." money will be helping to save Kelvington. The National Sheriff's children's lives all over the Charles Town Race Track - Association has headquarters world. Your help was an Patty Jacobs. in Washington, D.C. and is important part of this event, First Zion Baptist Church - dedicated to the continual pro- and you performed a very Marilyn A. Twymann. fessionalization of the office of w o r t h w h i I e s e r v i c e St. Agnes RC. Church -Sheriff. The National Institute acquainting the citizens of Robert Rizzo. of Corrections is a part of the epherdstown with the life- Leetown - UM. Church -United States Department of giving work being done by St. Kimberly Demory. Justice. Jude Children's Research Summit Point U.M Church- Hospital. For that we are very Bullskin 44t Club g,-ate . St. James Church - J. Todd Chicchirichi. K. C ub-Da,'en Installs Officers Midshipman Neal i ~ii, Jefferson County Board of Warner of Warner Productions, whose Education- Dan Falve, Susan )romotional work captured five Stocks. Its [he finighing Women's Aglow Fellowship- Productions, a produced by Warner County-based ad- Productions. agency, captured Warner Productions serves in the F~xcel clients in the Eastern. program spons~ed Panhandle and surrounding Cumberland Valley areas. The company is only Club. two years old, but growing and operated by steadily accoeding to Warner. a Shenandoah As a fuji-service agency, resident, WarnerWarner Productions coor- received first- dinates all facets d a client's for "~plete advertising program in- Newspaper," cluding the production of Home of original artwork, newspaper and for "Logo and broadcast ads, collateral " Peoples National materials and audio-visual Manmsburg. The production. a second place The Cumberland Valley 'Direct Mail" fvr a Advertising Club is made up of brochure for media and company )art Volunteer Fire ~esentatives involved in promotional work. The 1982 also presested Excel Awards program at- Federal of Hager. tracted over 80 an|ties from ' he Herald Marl businesses and organizations ' for work throughout the tristate area. Karla K. DeHaven. J . rso.MemonalHo.=l The were -.ed Completes "Plebe" - Sharon K. Jones. during the Bullskin Happy JR Civitan - Kimberly L Worker's 4-H club monthly Coatney, Colleen Cookter. meeting at the ho, of Summer Program Jason and Mary Mickey on Nancy Lloyd. Self- Linda Berry, Shannon C. Doniey, Michael Kidwiler, Franklin Dillow, Ray A. Braithwaite, Beverley Schwartz. Gifft Completes Officer's Course In Jail Operation Tolbert, Terri Furr, Sheri S ckldord, Craig Stephenson and Marion Galloway, 40 Units Jefferson High - Keith H. Hudson, Tonia Judy, Lisa L. LaRocheile, Nadine Ledlord, Red Cross Bryan R. Ridgeway, Louis W. visited Jefferson Robinson, Pamela C. Mumaw, ~?,~en the day was Gary Miller, Sb-mi Lynn Miller, units bad been Keith L. Crim, Michael E. ~'ith 2~ of those first Powell, Sylvia J(i'mson, Jeffrey Kisner, Todd Shanton, Tim the visit were B~, Debra Robinson, Jeff Nancy Lloyd,Boyd, Kenneth R. D McGarry, Longerbeam, Jackie White, Sch'~artz, DawnWilliamB.Ho~,M ikeSarra, Taylor, Steve LL~da D. Hart, Miehelle Mattei, Sheriff Don Giardina, of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department, announces that W.H. Gfffl successfully com- pleted the basic Jail Officer's Correspondence Training Course developed by the Na- tional Sheriff's Association and the National Institute of Cor- rections, Sheriff Giardina said that Gifft's achievement will "aid our department in coping with the challenges of the 1960'S" The training program com- pleted by Gifft contains studies in law, medicine, administra- prop record keeping, ac- curate report writing, the newer, t developments in jail secm'ity, skills needed for deal- ing with violent prisoners, the alcohotic, the mentally ill, the prone, and the mental- ly retarded. Said M G'mrdina "(}fiR's position is one which requires intelligence, continual training, and strong, healthy personal characteristics if one is to sur- the pressures of the job Gifft's jail training should the threat of lawsuits filed because of improper or m- sufficient training. Througl~ constant training, our jail staff October 6. Kim Murray, Jeff Burns, Maru Mickey, Barbara Zigler, Marie Cain, Matt Murray, Lynn Nuse, J.J. Chapman, Darren Meyers, Darren Mtrray, Lynn Murray, DeDe Meyers, Leslie Skinner and Mike Chapman all hold offices for the new year. Mrs. Mickey lead in the installment of these officers. The club has 4 new mem- bers this year: fan Skinner, Bobby Funk, Kathy Funk, and Diane Rockwall. Me Skmer gave a report on t-H Stmday, Matt Murray commented on officers training school Tyree Kable explained the flea market was to he held. Everybody was told what they were to have for the club to sell. Members were informed that Bobby and Kathy Funk invited the club to their house [or a Halloween party. Jaycl .{tes Report Bike.A.Thon Successful Event The Shepl' Istown Jaycee- ettes who recently gaged a "Wheels For Life, bike -thon for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, report the prohect was very successful and they are grateful to the citizens d Sbepherdstown who sappc ed the project. The Shepherdstown Jaycee. ettes acknowledged the efforts of the 123 riders, the hard- working volunteers whose efforts also helped to make the project a success. A total of t775 was raised by the projecL John S. Neal, son of Richard and Carroll Neal d 119 S. Seminary St Charles Town, recently completed the rigorous seven week "Plebe "And don't come without it !" / Liability protection is o 'must.' When you think what o $50,000 auto accident claim or a $70,000 sports occid~t you mighl rouse con do to y~r pr~ent and ~ulure fin- al.We ~ve the pro~ lid~lity insuror, ce f~ your ri-.&s, at MOORE INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY WASHINGTON ALEXANDER a, COOKE Since 1870 110 N. George Street Charles Town, W. 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FM 98 AM 1550 "Tha Natural Sound" 5 Summer" program for the As the training progressed TrainingCenter'sar~l(~n class of 1988 at the U.S. Naval they underwent a demanding House in December, featuring work by the clients, will be Academy. physical conditioning discussed by' Mrs. Polly The midshipmen par- program and gained basic Parkinson at 12:00 noon, ticipated in a comprehensive skills in seamanship, Monday, November 15 at the program of military training navigation and signaling as Dutch treat social service fun- and indoctrination, learning well as infantry drill, firing cheon at the Aikens Sizzling the fundamentals of military the .45 calibre pistol, and Steak House, Wilson Street, leadership, bearing and ap- sailing Navy yawls. Martinsburg Persons planning Dearth'Ice as well as exercis~.g TRAINING CENTER to attend should advise Mrs, self.discipline and how to MEETING SUBJECT Sallye Heffle no later than perform under sl~ess. The Eastern Panhandle November 12. II Was your home built wlthoul the utility and safety of o direct basement door? Break through now ancl open the way to a whole extra floor of valuable living space. A modern, all-steel Bilco Basement Door is the llnk between your basement oncl the great outdoors. Its wide, direc~ occe~ makes storage easy, convenient. Stops traffic through first floor rooms. Gives you the direct mute to space you con rea|N use and enjoy for recreation, hobbies and storage, Ask us for a copy of Bltco's "How to" bc~okJet; or, we con arrange for the complete installation by a reliable contractor. Call today for information or a FREE estimate. WHITMORE LUMBER N. Mildred St,eel 725-2004 Charles Town ~ilt||llllln| I I I Chicken I Filet I I Sand ieh I Order & I of Kenta~y i Fries I I OFFER EXPmES ~NOV 30. 1982 M COL:PO~ GOOD ~ONLY ATCH~ Tf~% & MM~TtN~U1RG =,-=mll(tLlD AY SPEC[ 6 Pieces Chicken 15 Ptec~ Chleken ,1 Bi~eult~ 8 B~euits I Large Gra%w I l,arge Gra~,~ I I~rge Mash~ Potatoes 2 Large Mashed Potatoe~ 01 I Large Cole Sla ' 00 I Large Cole Slaw 01 01 I Large Maearoni Salad " !i s12.95 ; Its nice to feel so good about a meal. CHARLES TOWN E. Washington Street MARTINSBURG Worm Springs Ave