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6 From Page 2 Sunday school, church, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Girb Scouts, PTA, etc in Idltlon to my own schooling, and several Jobs. I would have nmch ratl had the chmce to stay home. Maybe I should have chosen welfare? Undem welfare I would hardly become an ERA so.! Mrs. WesU Boo . has been working on Restor o of some of the olda" buildings md bomm In san Francisco, both her huslm who is an Ar- chitect, specializing in Restoration, and on hem own u a Painting Cou aetor. She hires mard~Jy other women, November 8, I~ who are good hotme iminters; DearMr. Rantch, negotiates hem own contracts; What do you flRnk of the idea inspects her Sub.Conlractors of postponing voting days erection of scaf dlng; and because of the weather? ~even, on oceasdon hires male Schools doit. These days are ihousepainters, if they are called snow days. Voting days good enough. She knowspostponed because of the enough to do her own sand or weather eould be called Good water blasting, and isWeather Days. meticulous in every detail of You see, ~ the weather is her work. I have inspected say and just warm enough, their work, both new and voters turn out by the millions. aged, and I wish I could ~rd Those people who vote for a to get hem crew to come certain party because their straighten out the disastrous grandfather voted for that par. paint Job done on my own ty will turn out and vote as hetme a few years ago. On tbe grandfather did. T~y have no other hand she is an officer idea of the issues at stake. But and active member of hem they feel they have done their daughters PTA, editor of their patriotic duty because they voted - as their grandfathers paper and keeps active in voted. other community affairs Good days also bring out having to do with Ecology and another group that hm, noidea Preservation of their par. of the issues or how candidates ticular neighborhood. I am stand on theissues. That group bragging I suppose, in the includes the women who vote tmml Grandmothemly sense, for a certain man because he but only to point out the fact is handsome, or has a charm- that in the past couple of ingmanner, or because he has decades it hasn't hurt the a wonderful speaking voice. lives of people who have gone When thereare more~en out and more or less sue. candidates, I suppose this ce ully pursued equal rights group will include men who for women who need or want vote for that certain woman them; it isn't necessarily true because she is beautiful and that women who have to, for has a sexy figure. one reason or another, go out If you question these people of the home to pursue a careem about their opinions on certain either in order to feel a little issues, you may find that they better about thesmelves, nor are opposed to most everything to fill in the GAP of support of the candidates stand for. If voting were postponed un- their homes and family, til a nasty, cold, windy, snowy reaten the of those day, there would be a much women, who live securely on smaller tnmmt. But those who their husband's salary and did vote would be the ones who support, (in this senso~sup- hed studied the issnes and had port, of their own importance evaluated the candidates and in their lives) . . . Good Gosh . their stand oo impm mt issues. I was one of those women The votes of such people who, as long as I bad a would be worth something. husband I would have still They would be carefully been cleaning and canning thought out and deeply studied. and cooking and taidng care of The smaller turnout of voters whatever he needed, and would probably give us a much whatever my children needed, better government. . . I also did my bit with L~a Gardner Full Upper or LOwer Denture s 149 0 Total Dental Care at Affordable Fees All Insurance and Union Plans accepted EUGENE KLUPT. DDS J. FEIN~D, M FREDERICK SHOPPING CENTER Frederick, Maryland (301 ) 662-013 ! VISA. Master Charge w vvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvv,- SHENANDOAH JUNCTION Miss I211ian Myers Dial 725-5168 .LAAA AAAAA AA A~AAAA. VV.~V ,~V VV V VW V. VV V VV ~. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blan- chetto, of Stanley, Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Housden and also Mr. and Mrs. William Londa, Mar- timtmrg and Mr. and Mrs. lley Weeler. Mrs. Parthemla Honsden has gone to Boothwyn, Penua to spend the winter with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bishop. Mrs. A.J. Andes has return- ed to her home in Va. after a week with Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Housden spent last Sunday in Shippensburg, Pa. Mrs. Gary Sager and Mrs. Idonia Wlqght visited Mrs. Lee Stickle and Mrs. Rogers at the nursing home in Berkeley Springs last week. MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-8678 .:;-j~=.-~.%=::.=:;.=: =: Monday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden a patient at Jeffer- son Memorial Hospital were Donald and Esther Oden, Pauline Ott, Myrtle Wilt, Estelle Kisner and Bill Oden. Mrs. Kathy Viands of Chestnut Hill was Tuesday visitor of her mother Mrs. Senior Citizens & Vision Problems Most people can expect to , have fairly goed vision to a very old age, according to the Better Vision Institute. Many serl~s eye conditions can he prevented, correcled or treated, if diagnosed early. How long has it been since you had a professional eye examination? DR. LEE R. MOORE: JR. OPTOMETRIST CHARLES TOWN PLAZA A chiropractic examination may be the turning point of yaw life. DANGER SIGNALS YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE DANGER SIC NALS? . DO YOU FIND YOURSELF TAKING MEDICATION TO COMBAT RECURRING PAIN?. COME IN FOR A CHIROPRACTIC EX- AMINATION IT IS A GOOD DECISION AND MAY BE THE TURNING POINT OF YOUR LIFE WARD CHIROPRACTIC CUMC SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 19~2 OR. Mrs. Nellie Oden retumed te her home on" Monday night from Jefferson Memorial Hospital where she was a medical patient. Mrs. Pauline Oft was Mon- day caller of Mrs. Linda Peer at Chestnut Hill. Sandy Dinterman and Joey OR of Flowing Springs Road were Thursday visitors of Mrs. Ludelle OR. Congratulations to Shannon Ott for her birthday on October 31. Mrs. Janice Hostler was Monday visitor of her father Mr. Qulnten Ott. Mrs. Lanie Magaha of Charles Town was Wednesday morning caller of her sister, Mrs. Adcline Oden. Mrs. Pauline OR was Mon- day visitor of Mrs. Bonnie Viands at Chestnut Hills. Mrs. Pauline OR was Mon- day caller of Mrs. Marcella Kemp. daughter Stacey of Harpers daughter Bridget and son, Ferry M~tain Club were Trevor of Chestnut Hill were Wednesday e~m~nng visitors of Friday evening visitors of her Mr. and Mrs. ~, Jr. father Mr. Qulnton OK. and daughter Pare and Son Don't forget the ham supper Scottie. at the Bolivar Community Mrs. Sharon OR was Thurs- Center on Saturday, November day visitor of Mrs. Carolyn 13~ at 4 o'clock sponsored by Oden. the Harpers Ferry Junior Bend Congratulations to Frank and Boosters to help pay for their MarEaretOdenofEn~forthe new uniforms. birth of "April Marie" at Jof- The WM's of the Mannings ferson Memorial Hospital on Assembly of God had their Wednesday. This made the 15th monthly meeting on Tuesday great-greatgrandchlldforMrs, night at 7:30 p.m. at the Nellie Oden. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Carolyn Cooper was Charlotte Beahm, President Tuesday visitor of her father, opened the meeting minutes Mr. Quinton Ott. from last meeting were read. Congratulations to Walter The treasurer's report was Kubn for his birthday on given by Barbara Popkins. November Sth. Treasurer June Ott had Mrs. Lanie Magaha of devotions. Charles Town and Mrs. Adclino Members present were June Oden were Wednesday visitors Ott, Gladys Ott, Virginia of their mother Mrs. Eva Bell Dfllow, Arlene Nagy, Ruth and JoAnn. Tucker, Sylvia James. Mrs. Elda OR was Monday Charlotte Beahm, Rosemar~ visitor of Mrs. Ludelle OK. Dinges, Barbara Popkim, Nan- Kubn. The meeting closed with were prayer. Mrs. The ladies worked on their Mrs. Christmas Crafts, adoororna- day caller merit. Rofreshme~ weresew- Dillow ed. Everyono had an enjoyable Je~. evening. Mrs. Mrs. Eva Davis of Ho~tler's daughter Read is a medical patlent at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. HughI Mrs. Nancy Harding and Va on How can you turn less a month into A That's easy! Talk to me. ROBERT D. OTT 420 Forest Avenue (:hades Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-1587 ('all Ivday ~,th ytmr qu~'~hon~ BA I P,S LIFE AND ( ('h,( ago, 4tl mo~ We Ihlnk a h~ of y~gl ftk" ~x~! I- Marshall and Gale Weller of Harpers Ferry were Thursday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. MiBard Oft. Mrs. Dianne Cline and daughters, Brandy and Brook were Friday visitors of her mother Mrs. Mary Johnston at the Bloomery. Sam Oden Jr. was Tlmrsday visitor of his sister, Sherry Oden and daughter Patisha at Apple Tree Garden Apart- ments, Ranson. Mrs. Joyce Hibbitts and Visitors this week of Mr. and cy Harrup, Ruby Ott and Sbelia "'~ ~ Mrs. Millard Ott were ~ '~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~'~4 and Kathy Viands of'tnut ! ~ ~2~ Uj~t:rl~ .e Hill, Janie Kuhn and daughters, Shella, Becky and Amy and Mr. Kenneth Penwell and Mrs. Raecheel Turner. S' Mrs. Sarah Turner was Mon- day visitor of her mother Mrs, live Evergreen tl Mabel Wilt at Chestnut Hill. ~ ~ "'~'" - ~- Gale Long, Randy OR and White Pine, heavily sheared 3- 8 Balsam son Randy Jr. were visitor of Colorado blue spruce 4, Mr. and Mrs. C rles l. mg and family at Silver Grove. Mrs. Joan Rollison and DOUGLAS ALLARA, DVM PROUDLY ANNOUNC THE OPENING OF, HIS JEFFE ON ANIMAL HOSPITAL AND OFFICES FOR THE PRACTICE OF VETERINARIAN MEDICINE Located At 213 N. Samuel Street, Charles Town, W. Va. For Additional Information Phone: 725-0428 Please clip this ad and place in Telephone Directory for future reference since Phone No. is not in felephone directory. Come early for the best selection THINK JONES for indoor Foliage Dish gardens Specimen tropical plants Fall pplies Ribbon Candles, Accessories Landscape Nursery ~LA3 Mi.les West ef Charles Town ms Route PHONE: 725-~581 Are You Ready For A Good Pancake If So, Then You Won't Want To Miss The Charles Town Kiwanis Club' Pancake Days To Be Held In Charles Town Fri, r, Nov. 12 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. y, Nov. 13 from 7:30 to 1:30 p.m. There'li be plenty of good homemade pancakes and sausage to give you all you can eat for Just $3.00 for adults and $1.50 for children under 12 years of age. H will be at the Wright Denny Cafeteria in Charles Town Monies raised will go towards Kiwanis Youth Work. Cl rlm F, Pd z Ib x e P- me, m-d irm Our interest will help put more presents under the tree by putting more jingle in your pocket. Deposit any amount you like, and that interest compounded daily will make your holiday season merrier. Plus you'll get your Christmas Club check in time tO take advantage of the pre-Christmas specials because Shenandoah Federal mails the near the end of October. So, if your club doesn't pay com daily, maybe you should join ours. 617 ster Ave:, Mart abmll Hilldade Shopping Center, Charles Town N. Washington St Berkeley q)finlls