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Charles Town, West Virginia
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November 11, 1982

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE,7 THURSDAY, NQVEMBER n, 1982 = not run for re-election, but Friends were delighted to 3p.m. at the Men's Club. Dir, nerhoursare4:30to6:30 SHEPHERDSTOWNS campaigned extensively for see Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lynda Miller, children's p.m. Prices range from $3.50 TURKEY DINNER the amendment Niemann, of Boyce, Va at the librarian at the Shepherd- for adults to $2.50 for children The annual turkey dinner for On November I0, Arch Hox- Millbrook Concert last Sunday stown Public Library, invites under 13.the benefit of the Shepherd- ton, campaign chairman for night at the Shepherd Creative you to celebrate Children's stown Volunteer Fire Depart- the United Way of Jefferson Arts Center. Mr. Niemann is Book Week, November 15-21. The Kiwanis Club actively ment will be served Saturday, County, gave a slide-tape pro- the headmaster of the Country Books are big fun (or kids, so supports such community pro- November 20, from 5 to 7:30 cram on the activities of Day$chooL plan to br-'mg your c~ild to visit crams as the Sbepherdstown p.m in the caleteria ol member agencies, numbering P et e r B. W o t d viOift the library. Story hour is held Day Care Center and was spon" Shepherdstown Junior High II in 1983, to the Mens Club. ymlaaelplua, came . each Saturday at 11 a.m. for sorofShepherdstown st'ourm School. For adults, it will be Also, an election oftheboard friends over the aauoween children ages 5 and up. ol July celebration this year at 15.50; for youngsters 6 to I0, weekend and attended the Children under 5 must be ac- Morgan Grove Park. $3.00; and under 6, free. ol directors took place. Sophia Katharine Moery Millbrook Concert as well as a .companiedbyaparent. CircleKisthecoliege-ageaf- will be baptized on November play at the Arena Stage in 27at3p.m. The baptism will Washington. " Pasta Feast To Be f te xjw tio l. The award-winning Shepherd be held at St. John's Episcopal The main attraction at The Church on Lafayette Square in Y e I l o w B r i c k B a n k College Circle K is co- Washm n, D. C. wards estauraot on alloween Held November 13 .o ed by the Shepherd- a reception will be hosted by night was Gerald Thompson, stown and Charles Town her parents, and who am,ed his Ben ey as In Shepherdst0wn K wa s Clubs. Moery, at the International an Arab sheik. His son Steve, " " Clubin Washington. was the chauffeur and Sarah, i MY SINCERE THANKS! i Annette Vanliilst and Cathy his daughter, was escorted by SHEPHERDSTOWN --l To the people of Kabletown, Harpers Ferry and l Huett will take their junior her father. Homemade spaghetti will be,Charles Town Magisterial Districts (the 40th Dele- I" high Cadet troop to White The spring schedule at featured at a fund-raising din- l clarion for your support and encouragement. It is a l Rock on a camping trip next Shepherd College was ner to be held at the Shepherd-,gate District), i want to express my deep'felt appre" | NS OF fOREIGN WARS AUXILIARY PRESENTS PA1111011C weekend. Prior to the distributed last Tuesday. stown Junior High cafeteria November 2 elecUon, the troop Parent s Weekend at the col- Saturday November 13. I great honor to be your delegate. It is also a great I FOR NORTH JEFFERSON FOURTH GRADE STUDENTS a~ attended a legislaUve lege will be held on the 12th, The dinr~r is co-sponsoreJ bY l responsibility. With hard work and your continuing I tornm to hear discussions on 13tb, and 14th o! this month, the Shepherdst wn Kiwanis J support, input and encouragement, I look forward I Isabel Albright, patriotic conductress of Jefferson Memorial Post the issues. Bavarian Inn bean soup will Club and the Circle K Club of J to the challenges ahead with hope and optimism. ] 2, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Charles Town went to North Jeffer- Happy Birthday to Donna be featured at the Episcopal Shepherd College. Proceeds,Thank you all very much, I Elementary School the morning of October 25 and presented a Collins, who celebrated her Church Bazaar to be held on will support both Clubs' cam- program for students of the iourth grade of the school. Mrs.1~ last Friday. A native of November 13, from i0 a.m. to reunify service programs. Tennessee, she is the niece of the story of the making of the first American flag and connie and Arch ffox m, and the flag should be flown, dosing with remarks of how many times in years the Flag has been abused by being torn down, burned and trampled upon. Following the program she presented small flags, Pledge of Allegiance cards and pencils to the students. grade students is Mrs. Ellen O'Haver. (Photo by Tim Sinn) Ford DAR chapter at the meeting last week, and her home-made raspberry custard was the hit of the evening. The Rev. Alice Bick- 876-3232 ing spoke on "Love and Ser- vice" at the meeting, held at the home of Mrs. John Hen- Bammann drieks, A visitor from the Bee a meetins recently Um ompta" a quilt Go. While made from squares donated had a visit with by every DAR chapter in the granddaughter andstate. There will be a state- Lisa and Dave wide drawing for the quilt. who is stationed Elizabeth King, Ruth That- base just out of cher and Jean Elliott told of has reeently taken and broke 100 for the ,mlJ' a game with lw of Shepherd- IIII is a freshman at Shepherd. Her cousin, Rob Hoxton, was home from Episcopal High School for the Halloween weekend. Rob's brother, Clay, a student at St. James School, also celebrated his birthday week. their recent trip to the state Dr. and Mrs. Evan Hume meeting in Charleston. The are home from a ten day vaca- tion in North Carolina. They group also planned a tree grounds of the Shepherd Col- lege Library, which took place Moo~ City, and rela" Sunday afternoon, in cam- of Mrs. Hume in other parts of memoration of the 250th year the state. since Ororge Washington's - -- bW . YOUR Clarence Martin Ill spoke at the last meeting of the Men's GOOD Club in support of the property tax amendment. Martin, who NEIGHBOR waats to devote more time to his family and law office, did IIU EI.L L air! 513 Euclid Avenue I, I ,ll I Jl,ll Charles Town, W. Va. EVERHART'S UPHOLSTERY % 72s.y311 POST OFFICE BOX 266 lrho one to ~ to, all KEARNEYSVILLE, W.VA. 25430 your Flmmll insurm~e Neck. Herbert J, Everhart CALL $04 r/6 3440 uk i OWNER 9 - 5 MON. - FlU. Good ~k~bor Store Farm Custom Re-upholstering Is ~-e State Form insurance Custom Mode Furniture Comtmni~ Any So~a or Two Choirs $100 Lobar Homo O~lc.: i I I I III Rt. 45, West 876.2222 TRY We Hove the Most Complete Dell-Bakery in the Area. Ill ; ' OUR i Sweet Rolls, ,lJl s Brea I|| Compare Our Prices All Baked Fresh Daily. and Quality With This Week We Are Featuring: Any Area Store. IIOU--:IS l/ Esskay Bar B Que Loaf lb. $ 1 99 9A.M. - 1OP.M.[ Homemade Chicken Salad lb. m lWsm,Fresh Baked Kaiser Rolls 6for 85 ll.M. - m le/| Fresh Baked Pumpkin Pie (46Oz.) $3 v I1 A.t. - bt.ll.l Wl,l last Sunday. The was the Rev. Paul to be assign- local church and is girl. ices Myers was aek Horse I present a I I l l I I I I I l II L | | | | S ON ALL PURCHASES i | I ! m~mmm~ | | ! 10% discount will be given to all patrons ] on Sunday, Nov. 14, 1982, from 12 noon until 5 pm only i I I I I inn's Hallmark Shops offer our customers a chance to select from complete of beautiful gifts and exciting Hallmark cards, wraps and accessories this one-time-only 10% savings. our way of saying 'THANK YOU" - we appreciate you as a customer - and !11 continue to serve you well during the approaching Holiday Season, and of the seasons in years to come. 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