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November 11, 1982

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ON VICTIM -- In the above picture Dr. Medical Director of the "mock" at the Jefferson Hospital, treats a victim. TREAI n ENT -- Margaret Masher, the role of a victim in the "mock" is shown in the area at the hospital the disaster occurred awaiting removal debris and treatment in the hospital. "mock" disaster in Jefferson Court- night under the Serve-e, Bill Gain and the site of the this time was the new ito the Jefferson Court- for the "mock" 11 :,15 p.m. and a emmtruction aeei- Thed tothe and bkx - entrances tothe at the out, private lines were 1"he main wat During the drill, patients from an auto accident were into the en' -gency room. "Of course, that wasn't planned, But, it happened. It added to the situation," said Connie Wit~ngton, R.N a oordi~tor, Other agencies involved in the drill included state police, Ranson polk and the Red C-'rca The mock disaster assm the hospital with its nceredita ts. was without water. zz per-,who had their services, of me acci- through advance were made up ~injuries that are cmn. acekkmt, injmiea, frae- and chest lane tiom. the - upthe hint minute details, caught hospital staff ac ord to Val R.N. person. anin- the situa- were to age enough ship Service n Guarantee lime Limit RG WOlm John Street 267-6141 Va. FREE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSQN Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1~ ," t cbAldren were recent guests ice cream, chips, candies, etc. of Mr, and Mrs. James Jenkins Everyone had a great time. Sr. Sympathy goes to the family Mrs. Bessie Breeden aml Mr. of Mrs. Kathleen Miller, who and Mrs, Elwood Breeden and passed away. She was a son, Wondie were Saturday lifelong resident of the cam- son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. night guests of Mrs. Myrtle munity. OdenalsoofBakerton. Aprilis Rickard in Ranson. Ninety-eight years marked the couples first child, she David and Jeff Houeden of the Homecoming of the little weighed7potmdsandV4ounces Shenandoah Junction spent white church on Route 480, the and was 20 inches in length. Saturday night and Sunday at Grace United Church of Mrs. Oden is home and doing the home of grandmother Mrs. Christ, Sunday, November 7. well. She would like to extend Bessie Breeden. The little church was filled to a big thank you to Dr. Mildred. Willian who delivered April capacity for the morning wor- ~ A~A~AAZ. AAA~A - ship with former pastor, the and to all the wonderful nurses KEARNEYSV[LLE Rev. Paul Curvey, who now and people who took such good resides in Smithsburg, Md, care in helping her to get well. Mrs. Wallace Welsh and assisted by anotherALso she would like to thank Dial 876-6845 former pastor, the Rev. Bran- everyone who sent all the son Staley of the Christ beautiful flowers and gifts for 15 and Mrs. Donald F. Oden of I U Smoot Margaret E a," y Oden is the daughter of Mrs. garetW wa of k - Honored On Sales ton, Mr Donald F. Oden is the WORKS ON CRITICAL CASE -- In the above picture Calvin Whittington, a para-rnedic with the Shepherdstown Fire Department, and Susanne Shackleford, who served as the critical care supervisor for the "mock" disaster, are shown working on a disaster victim. FIREMEN REMOVE INJURED FROM SCENE -- In the above picture members of the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Department are shown removing an injured victim of the disaster from the scene on a stretcher. "C-%'C'~';"'~%'J~C~C'~: his daughter and so~in-law Mr. Sr had as their house guests RIPPON and Mrs. Charles Kostecka and his oldest sister, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Austin Nicodemus sons, Tony and Andy of Sterling Parks and her daughter, Mrs. Park, Va. DOrOthy Br()wn from Ber- Dial 725-9098 Mrs, Audrey White.on was ryville, Va. -'~- '.: '.rCCCJ'J' '# ' ~CJ'./.; Saturday guest of her son and Mr. and Mrs. Austin wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Nicodemus were Sunday Congratulations to Mrs. Whittington. callers at the home of Mrs. Frances Penwell, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Katherine Jenkins was Audrey Whittington. Ann Griffith and William Saturday guest of Mrs. Susie Nellie Jenkins was Saturday W~ jr on observing their Willis and Mrs. Mary Jenkins afternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. birthday this week. in Berryville, Va. James Jenkins Sr. Mrs. ller Nichola and James Jenkins Jr and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Austin daughter, Mrs. Edith Bell of ~andchil~JameslIl, Nicodemus were Sunday after- Stel~ City, Va were Fri- Kathy Warner and son David of noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. day dinner guests of Mr. and Stephens City, Va were Satur- Roy Harris Jr and family. Mrs. James Jenkins Sr, Mrs, day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and Janie Jenkins Bell r~ to her home the James Jenkins Sr. and Millessa and Patty of Ber- same day and Mre N'~ was Mr. andMrs. MichaelWhite ryville, Va were Sunday home guest of her daughter and Kyle of W~ter, Va guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo and husband, Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday night guests at the Jenkins and family. James Jenkins Sr from Fri. home of her paxents, Mr. and Kitty Hoyle and Timmy day till Sunday afternoon. Mrs. ~ARoy Harris Jr and Whetzel of Ger--mantown, Md Mr. and Mrs. James Causey family. William Whetzel St of and brother, Russell Cause),of Barbara and James Frederick, Md Elwood Arlington, Va were house Richards and daughter, Jodie Breeden Jr John and Dianne guests at the home of Mr. and of Middieway were Sunday Breeden of Ranson were Sun- Mrs. Arthur Buamer and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. connie day guests of Mrs. Bessie daughter over the weekend, and Donald bee I~Achards and Breeden~ Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Poston daughters, Angelia and Donna. Patty Jenkins of Leetown and Sunday ~ guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins Marvin and Linda Jenkins and """ Church in Shepherdstown. Congratulations to Mrs.Mrs. Norval Johnston, Salome Sturgis on her "80th" organist, with Mrs. Rajean birthday. She spent last week Secrist as assistant organist. as a houseguest of Mr. and Douglas Hall served as Mrs. Charles Moore, Easton, acolyte. Following the service Md. They, in turn, treated her a covered dish dinner was held out for supper, in the social hall of the chuxch. Rev. Curvey gave grace HALLOWEEN PARTY before the houn~ul meal was The judges had a t~ deci- served. Thanks goes to the sion choosing the best in the ladies for their early prepara- costume parade at the annual tion of the tables and decora- Halloween party held at the tions. The flowers that graced Grace United Church of the altar were given in Christ, with judges Margie memory of Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Betty Hall and Anna Gilbert Willingham, Sr by Mary Walsh. The winners in Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Will- the ages I-5, were: Staci Ar- inghamandchlldren. nold, most original; prettiest, Parents are reminded that Cheryl Miller and Emily there will be no school the Baker; best representative, week of November 22-26, Danny DeGrave. Grades I to through Thanksgiving. Have a 6, the winners were: most happy and safe holiday. original, Paul Eisenhart; best ' ' C e I e b r a t i n g 0 u r representative, Heather Achievements" was the theme Ba~ore and prettiest, Laura chosen for the annual Jeffer- Peacher. Seventh grade and son County Extension Clubs up, there were four winners: held at Jefferson High School. Tommy DeGrave as the most The lovely meal was served by original; best representative, the 4-H Leaders Association. Mary Kalbaugh, and prettiest Barbara Wheatley, council was Rajean Secrist and Joyce president, gave the introduc- Sherman. Games played were Lions. The program was hy 4-H mummy wrap, pin the nose on members, Attending from the the pumpkin and guess the Edgewood Homemakers were smell. Prizes were awarded. Part Welsh, Eleanor Brown, Everyone had a greattime, in. Rebecca McDonald, Ruby eluding the guests. Thanks Brady and her husband goes to all those who donated Robert, Isahelle Creamer and refreshments and decora-Mary Sencindiver and her tions. A highlight of the even- husband Ben. A turn around ing was a visit to the Fortune was the announcement that Teller, RajeanSecrist. the Jefferson County Exten- 8THBIRTHDAY sion Homemakers was to Clifton Ledford celebrated receive the "Friend of 4-H his eighth birthday on Satur- Award" at the 4-H Achieve- day, November 6, and wasment Awards on November I. guest of honor at a party given It was suggested that each by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. club have a representative at Guy Ledford. His young theprogram. guests present were Jamie Guest pastor Sunday at the Welsh, Greg and Jamie Grace Church willbethe Rev. Crawford, Leo, Melissa and Hurbert Weaver for the I0:30 Julle Lehman, Sean and An- a.m. service. Sunday School drea Giliespie. They received starts at 9:15 a.m. favors and a small gift. He received nice gifts, cards and money. Present also were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. BAKERTON AI Daniels, Jennie Slick, TonjaHetzel Sherry Duncan, Patt Welsh, Ca]] 535-2305 Linda Gillespie, Laura Han- . cock, Annette and Nadine Led- " ford. His cake was covered NEW ARRIVAL with miniature tractors and ~ Marie Oden is the name animals and was served with given to the daughter of Mr. her and April and extends all her gratitude to the family and Columbus Security Life In- friends that came by the surance Company has bestow- hospital to weLemne April to the ed top sales honors on Charles world. Town, West Virginia, indepen- Congra~tiom to Butch and dent agent Jeffrey S. Smoot. Ruth Lloyd of Bakerton who Smoot, Columbus Security's celebrated their 9th wedding top life insurance producer in anniversary, Wednesday 1981 and one of the company's November 3rd. We would like leading producers so far this to wish you many more. year, was presented with the We would like to extend con- "Navigator's Circle" award at gratulations to the 14 boys of a luncheon in Charles Town. Pack 83 for completing their The "Navigator's Circle" necessary requirements need- award is presented annually to ed in order to receive their Bob- Columbus Security Life agents eat badges which they proudly for their sales ac- received and will proudly wear. complishments and They were awarded to them at meritorious performance in the their first meeting which was field. held Thursday Novemher 4th at Jeff, who along with his C.W. Shipley Elementary father, Buddy, operates the School. 'I~ following boys have Smoot Insurance Agency at 114 gotten off to a good start on E. Washington Street, wrote their Cub S out trail. They are : nearly $I million in life in- Den No. 1 Nicholas Hughes, surance coverage with Colum- James Kearney, David Carroll, bus Security in 1981. Based on Anthony Palumbo, Jay 1982 sales to date, he is one of Longe~m, Gregory Wright, the leading candidates for the Michael Phenneger, Den. No. 2, company's top honor award, Ross Booher, James Paris, "The Christopher Columbus John Ballenger and John Award," given each year to the Penweil. Den 3 Gary Lewis, company's leading producer. Frank Myers and Jason Columbus Security operates Harding. " through nearly 1000 indepen- Keep up the good work boys. dent insurance agents in 11 Also at the Pack meeting states. each Den had prepared a dif- The Smoot Insurance Agency ferent presentation, in Charles Town has provided Den 1 was on professional insurance service Communication. to area residents for several Den 2 was on what they were years. The agency has thankful for. represented State Auto In- Den 3 was on Pioneering. surance, parent company of The next Pack meeting will Columbus Security Life, the be held on December 16th when past 28 years. Both State Auto, plans will he made to go a multiple line property and Christmas caroling casulty firm, and Columbus Security, are headquartered in GIVE THE UNITED WAY Columbus, Ohio FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY DIVISION OF CARGILL, INC. P.O. BOX 308 WALKERSVILLE, MARYLAND 21793 NOW PAYING s2.40 Per Bushel FOR SHELLED CORN NIII EI FEED SUISION For addttlonal Information Call: 301/g98-7117 TM Do you have an illness that keeps you from getting out of the house? Are you afraid winter weather may keep you from getting your prescriptions? Is Transportation a problem? Are your prescription prices causing you concern? In Charles Town, Ranson, Harpers Fer ry ToCHARLES TOWERS. WASHINGTON VILLAGE APTS. PATRICK HENRY WAY APTS. CALL FOR AND ICE 102 Moffetfs WW, Ranson CITIZENS 10% DISCOUNT Model T-PF ! | P -G '23.g5 326 W. Washington St. Charles Town, WV 725-7172 Sale Through Nov. 15, 1982 : ""~' ~, : :,',',", ~ ;,: