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22 SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 CHURCHWOMEN MEET of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday afternoon at the heme Mrs. H old in Tuscawilla Hills with eight members and two guests in at- tendance. The meeting was called to order by tbe prestdmt and was opened with devotions by mnton. Daring the business meeting several im- portant matters were resolved and a report was made by Mrs. Philip Creamer. At the cenclu. sm Mrs. Q, eamer, asslated by seveal of the members, presented the atternoon's pro- gram, "What Not to Tell a Child About God," a Reader's Digest reprint by Ardis Whit- man. During the pleasant social hour which followed ad- journment delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Ver- non of "West Shenstone" were overnight guests en Sunday last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Knisley in Garrison- ville, Va. On Monday morning they went to Fredericksburg, Va where they bad lunch at Tbe Chimneys bofere returning to their home on Monday after- n on. Visiting with them this veekeml wu their cous Miu E mr Md. Miss Rings spent Sunday the Revermd and Mrs. Vernon for dinner at the Town House in Shenandoah Junction late Sun- day afternoon. Miss Isabelle Hilleary of Warrenton, Va spent Wednes- day visiting at Locust Grove," tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer. On Saturday the Creamers bad as their lun- chem guests of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. David Anderson and daughters Lucy and Shirley of Charlotte, N.C. The Andarsons were enronte to Wynuewond, Pa. to visit with Mrs. Anderson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Leon Otis. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Creamer on Sunda were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blickeustaff of Hagerstown, Md. Miss Dawn Wood and Miss Shannon Colandreo attended the Homecoming dance at the Junior High School in Charles Town on Friday night after which Dawn returned home with Shannon to visit overnight with her at her home on the Child's road. LitHe Miss Natalie Snyder spent Monday afternoon visi- tiong with her aunt, .Mrs. Wallace Snyder at her home in Charles Town. On Saturday n ht she and her brother Kevm Properties 0PP0~THN~T 116 East Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vo. 25414 (304) 725-6571 YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE HOME AGAIN The location is so spectacular, you'll never tire of the river and mountain view. Four bedroom two baths, two decks, garage. Extra lot on the river to be sold with thehome. A SHOWSTOPPER 1 $120,000 BLUE CHIP! TAKE STOCK IN A DREAM COME TRUE Spacious brick rancher has the touch of status ~iou'll prefer. Three bedrooms, 2% baths, stone replace and custom kitchen. Large deck allows you to capture the beauty of the mountains; five private acres convenient to AMTRAK. $159,000 MR. HANDYMAN! FINISH IT Y~ AND SAVE Unfinished A-frame leaves lots of room for you finishing touches. Has septic, needs well; rough- in plumbing Shannondole 130,000 YOU DON'T NEED A GANG TO HAVE A HIDEOUT! This vacation cabin has many possibilities. Two bedrooms plus large sleeping loft. Screened r- nt po h, fireplace, half acre and convente loca- tion Owner financing ~17,500 NEXT DOOR TO EVERYTHING Just think of the time you'll save not taxiing the kids all over town. Convenient location also boasts four bedrooms in this spacious older home. Two baths, formal dining room, family room $51.9@0 DON'T GIVE THE KIDS AWAY I ! Four bedrooms, 2 ~ baths on a wooded and pri- vate Shannondale home. Chimney for wood- stove, well-insulated. Attractive, accessible location ASSUMABLE LOAN f~ll,000 IF ONLY THE BEST WILL DO Describe your perfect home. If it's low mainten- ance, high luxury, with enough yard for privacy end outdoor living, WE HAVE IT! Every room in this all-brick duplex is a discovery of value. Attached garage $111,000 JOIN THE IVY LEAGUE Shepherdstown boasts this classy split foyer. Currently has beauty shop downstairs with sep- arate entrance and parking area. Upstairs dis- cover a slate foyer, FOUR bedrooms, family room, laundry room, patio and deck. IMPRESSIVELY PRICED AT $89,500 EXCLUSIVE HEATHERFIELD One acre actually has two building lots, close to entrance A good value at $16,900 YOU'VE GOT THE WINNING COMWNATION Choose two to win comfort and privacy: MOBILE HOME AND LOT 12 x 45 two bedroom mobile home in remark- ably good condition. Some furniture, new car- peting. Oil tank included. Must be moved. $2800 A-I OF A KIND BARGAIN Great assumption on contemporary mobile home. Three bedrooms, 1% baths. Range, re- frigerator, dishwasher, washer, dryer and oil heat $16,000 Lot for mobile home, needs septic; wooded, secluded and community water Weeded.privacy with community water. 7% lots can accomodate more than one mobile home. $10, WE PARTICIPATE IN THE FmHA MULTI-LIST LICENSED IN WEST VIRGINIA, MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA We have more than 90 available prope~es. Let us find your new home. MEMBER METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES Open 7 Dal~ A Week Phone Monitored 2,1 Hours By Our Staff AGENTS RICK PEKAR, BROKER KAREN PEKAR, ASSOCIATE BROKER were overnight guests of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Janms H. Snyder at Sbemtone. W.M.S. The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Lee Allen Drish with six of the new members in attendance. The meeting was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Woodrow Drish which were followed by a routine business meeting. At it's con- clusion the evening's lesson was presented by Mrs. Philip Drish. This was entitled "Brazilian Baptists: Freely Received, freely Giving," deal- ing with the church's mis- sionary work in Brazil. The meeting ended in a pleasant social hour during which delicious refrshments were served by the hostess, Following the homecoming game at Jefferson High School on Friday night between Jeffer- son High and Keyser, the Misses Christine Hale and Jen- nifer Rillman were overnight guests at the home of Miss Heather Wood. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph attend- ed a dinner meeting of the Lion's Club which was led on Tuesday evening at the Lion's Center in Ranson. Mrs. Rudolph who is the director of the "Little People's Place" in Ranson was the guest speaker for the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boram of Avella, Pa were guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Snyder and their children Kevin and Natalie. ENLIST IN ARMY Two local young men who enlisted recently in the United States Army left this past week to report for their basic train- ing. Danny Mills left on Wednesday morning for Fort Jackson, N.C and on Thurs- day Brian Henry left for Fort Dix, New Jersey, where they will be stationed until they have completed their training in their chosen fields. Mr. Allen Glassford was among those attending board meeting of the Mine Mountain Corporation wln~h was held Saturday in Fort Valley, Va. Miss Nikki Longerbeam was honored on her 14th birthday with an impromptu party hold by the Misses Heather & Dawn Wood and Christine Hale at the Wood home on Saturday after- noon, Also present to help Nikki celebrate were her sister, Miss Mary Beth Longorbeam, and Miss Laura Leveque of Charles Town. That evening the girls continued the celebration by at- tending a movie in Charles Town. On Tuesday a group from the Baptist Church participated in a bus tour to Richmond, Va. to tour a number of Baptist facilities in that city. Their fwst stop was at Oregon Hill and from there they went en to one of the Baptist Centers. After a lunch break they toured the Virginia Baptist Building, the Women's Missionary Union Of- rice, the Religious Herald Building, where the Virginia State Newspaper is printed, en- ding up at the Foreign Missiens Board whore they saw a movie of tbe werk heing ckme in Braz" by a Virgi~ missionary, The Mission tour, which included about sixty, was sponsored by the Shenandoah Association of Virginia Baptists to acquaint members of the missionary societies with the Centers and the official headquarters of the church in Richmond. The visitors had an opportunity to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 19~ observe a" nursery school, senior citizen's group arts, and crafts classes mothers building doll houses for their childrens' Christmas -- just a few of the many interesting things they heard and saw during the day. Those making the tour from Summit Point were Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and daughter Stephanie, Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and daughter Shelley, Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and Miss Mabel Drish. Little Misses Brenda and Stephanie Turner of Brownsville, Md. were visitors over the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner at Monte View. Miss Christine Hale was an overnight guest on Saturday at the home of Miss Laura Leve- clue in Charles Town. In reporting the "going away" party given for Danny Mills last Sunday by his grand- parents~ Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford, the name of one of the guests, Miss Lori Ryan of Charles Town was accidental- ly omitted, sorry. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph visited on Saturday with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb at their home in Orchard Hills. CHESTNUT HILL Patsy Everhart Dial 725- 0 Happy birthday wishes go to Roxanne Talton who celebrated her 8th bi~y on Sunday Nov. 7 with a party given by her parents George and Sed Talton. Many of Rox- annes playmates helped to celebrate the occasion and she received many nice and useful gifts. Dinner guests on Sunday of George and Sed Talton and daughter Roxanne were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leesburg, Dennis and Cindy Crawford and son Danny of Millvil]e, Sh.aron Hetzell and children Jada and Buck of Jef- ferson Ave, and later evening visitors were Randy and Deb- bie Talton and daughter Dixie and Brandy. Malcoma Talton of Knox- ville, Md. spent the weekend with George and Sed Talton and daughter Roxanne. Missy Grove and Vickey Wilt spent the day on Sunday with their friend Roxanne Talton. Elaine Grove was a visitor on Tuesday with her grandmother Mrs. Mabel Wilt. Visitors on Thursday of Mabel Wilt were Beatrice Augelo of Silver Spring and Sarah Turner of Mannings. Happy anniversary and best wishes to Jerry and Elaine Grove who celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary on Thurs- day Nov. 4 with dinner at the Golden Corral in Charles Town. Elaine Grove and Pauline Wilt enjoyed the day on Wednesday shopping in Winchester. Dinner guests Sunday of Jerry and Elaine Grove were Jeff and Donna Grove and daughters Jill, and Ellen Wilt and a later visitor was Dwayne Turner of MannJngs. Visitors on Sunday of Rachel Grove were Jeff and Donna Grove and daughter Jill, and Jerry and Elaine Grove. Prayers and thoughts go to Cora Douglas a patient at Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. Wish yon a speedy recovery. HOMES . RENTALS . FARMS RANSON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE C0 INC. THIRD AVENUE -- RANSON, W. VA. COMPLETE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE SERVICE INSURANCE- Ph: 725-7071 - BONDING Vmito-'rs,~n Sunday of Walter day the mountain is full ~col- and E~ D~ .~ were Mrs. or, the next day the trees are Virgie Brown, Charles and practically naked, especially Shelly Davis and children Kel- after the rain. Only the white ly and Jammie, Sharon Nick oaks seem to have retained and children Mikey and Bran- their leaves and these often dy, and Debi~ Stillwea and bang on until spring anyway. children Joe and Robin.Ran out of time and energy Visitors on Friday of Lonise ' last week bebx, e I finished with Howell were Gerald and Ann the Hallowe~ weekend. Just Grove. as weU since this weeks nows is Sunday visitors of Louise a mite sparce. Howell were Sherman and Impromptu parties seem to Dorothy Grove and sons Keith, be a coni~nuing characteristic Brian, Bruce and Chris, Sharon Iof Blue Ridge Acres. Another Ott and daughters Tracey and one took place on Halloween Shannon, Eric and Karen Sunday afternoon. Carol Wat- Rickard, Anna Grove and son acted as hostess for Randy children Mark~Robin and Ran- Smisck to dispense drinks, dall, Terry and Pat Howell, snacks, etc. for a varied gronp. Shelia Mobley and son Mike, Keany and Carol Williams Jeff Howell and Aaren Howell. breught sen Criss - ha of tbe big ~ Howell, SheUa Mobleybrown eyes. They also bronght and Sharon Ott were visitors on packages of scallops which Wednesday of Anna Grove. were brelled toadd to the snack Visitors on Saturday of Mrs. table supplies. Tom and Shelly Leona Staubs were Mr. and Flint bad their two youngsters, Mrs. Roland Staubs of Tommyand James Michael, as Baltimore, Md. and Mr. and did Jim and Marilyn Pinson, Mrs. Raymond Cole and grand- i.e son Mike and Bretber Gene son Roy of Ieesburg, Va The younger Kid&, Jeanne Stephanie Fravel spent the and Larry, and new neighbors weekend with her grand- Betty and blartin Myers com- parents Harold and Delma pleted the group. A fine way to Staubs. end a weekend. Angela Everbart was among Bertha DeVese and Gladys the 9th grade students of Gonch continue their fair Harpers Ferry Jr. High School v,~ather gal]ivanUng- especial- of the F.H.A. club which ly at lunch time. One day last motored to Kingwood, W. Va. week they had their first meal on Friday evening. They en- at the Pioneer Restaurant with joyed a dance at the Central Thelma and Earl Newton as Preston High School and spent their guests. ~e quartet was the night at Preston County pleased with the food and the Educational Center and on visit. Another noon Glad and Saturday they attended a FHA Bertba met a busload of Senior meeting held at the East Citizens and bad a free lunch Preston Hi gh School. The group with old friend Morn Taylor at really had a enjoyable time. the Cosmos Inn. Glad says it is Happy birthday wishes go to surely diff'mult to keep her Dave Waters who celebrated weight where she wants R with his birthday on Sunday Nov. 7. all that good food around. At Visitors on Saturday of least when they are soowed in, Walter and Mildred Cable and she can diet. daughter Susan were Lester Election day saw a big tur- and Ruby Bagent and children nout of BRA voters at the Blue of Charles Town. Ridge Fire, Department. Curtis and Debbie Everbart BeautL~ day for vot~g were visitors on Monday of Manning the polls were Mary Doug and Malinda Cook and Bell, Len Erickson, Violet children Missy, Dougie and Jenkins, and Betts KiU:hen ptm Amanda of Brunswick, Md a good-looking gal from and on Friday with Elda Mae Kabletown whom I didn't know. Hutzeil of Beonsboro, Md. As I returned from voting, I Visitors on Sunday of Do(: found the f'wst coat of paint on and Ma~e Garrett' Wayne the new shelter for kids waiting and Aretta C~)lc and sons Mike for the school bus. Carol and Ray was Alice Reedy of Hulburt whose husband Bob Harrisburg, Va. had designed the structure was Dec and Margie Garrett, working with Susette Craun Aretta Cook and sons Mike and who had helped with it's con- Ray were visitors on Sunday struction. The two were busy evening of Janet Webber and wielding paint lxushes and say- daughter Wendy and fdend i~ thanks for the fine painting Kenny of Brunswick, Md. weather. On Wednesday Doc and Margie Garrett, Suzetteand Carolyn put on the Aretta Cook and sons Mike and secend coat of paint and now Ray attended the Veterans Day the outside of the shelter is pro- Parade on Sunday held in ~ from thewinter weather. Brunswick, Md. Nice going, gals. Ervin and Linda Nick, Jack Read a cute sorta ~in- Liller, Mike and VirgL, da Cot- cheek article recently. The ta, Harold Staubs, Blaine man was proposing to save Grove, Melvin Longerbeam, much money by emptying his Ted and Mae Bridge, enjoyed refrigerator and pantry. His Saturday and Sunday afternoon theory which he practiced was playing and singing gospel to buy anything he wanted at music at the VA Centerthe grocery when ha went shop- Hospital in Martlnsburg. ping. The twist was that Prayers and thoughe go to everyth~ in the house that Judy Hoffmaster a patieat at was edible must be eaten Jefferson Memorial Hospital. before he could go back to the Visitors on Sunday of Ervin store for anything. Said that it and Linda Nick and daughters made for some strange meals Missy and Jennifer were Ted at the end, bat that yon could and Mae Bridge of Frederick, and would make a meal out of Md. and Jack Liller. practically anything. It's a Eva Davis returned home on variation of emptying one's Saturday from Jefferson ~ in the spring, o~y Memorial Hospital. Glad to much more drastic. What a fun hear Eva is recuperating just experimentl For someene else fine. of course. Plan to attend the Harpers New news from Blue Ridge Ferry Jr. High Band Boosters Mountain Country Club. John Ham supper and bazaar on Kincaid, chairman of the Saturday November 13 held at Entertainment Committee tells the BeUvarCommLmltyConter, of the last event of the club beginning at 4:00 p.m.season. It is tentatively called Membership Appreciation ;~,~~-~C~-~- Night and will be held on Satur- day, November 13th, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. more or less. John said that since the Club always opens in May with a famiby "o m House" perhaps BLUE RIDGE ACRES Faith B. Cone Call 725-5488 Real autumn is here. When these beautiful leaves decida to fail, they sure went boomp. One OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT DOWNTOWN CM L Ir 725-2621 SELl'L3.11r rv~v,rvvvv vvv~v~vv ~ @ O ~HANNONDALE - 2 BR Rancher on aheut 12.95% Fln~lag.~ Pric~ $33.~ acre. Call us Atembe~M/~ -- Purcellvllle, Furnished, 2 BR, with beautiful view of river Three BR rancher in Orchard Hills, Bath and Half, Garage; lOper mo.e di~ouMed. PEKAR PROPERTIES 116 W. Wmhlngt, m St. Chorles Town (304) 725- 71 the last event should l~e something similar - "Close House"?? No matter what yon call it, the event will be the First Annual It is for all members of the Club. Len Kim, Eridmon will prepare seme of his fabakms fmgor food. Under- Bulb water slides of sunken World Club's War H ships and planes will be Nov. 3. shown. These were personally taken by our scuba-div~mg President Fred Job and his wife when they visited the Fashim Pacific last year. Don't know exactly what surprises John and Shelm Kincaid have in sal was~ minch but am sure they wUl be interesting. That's all for today, Folks 29 at Faithfully BROWNSVILLE YOUTH SPONSOR JAMBOREE The Brownsville (Md.) 'Church Youth Fellowship will what sponsor the Pleasant Valley Blue Grass Jamboree on Fri- day, November 19, at 8 p.m at the Brownsville Church of the Brethren on State Route 67. It given will feature Southland of Jason Baltimore, Md. All seats re- quire tickets. Secured in ad- vance tickets are $3, it will be $4 at the door. Tickets may he secured from church yonth, at the church office or the Maryland '~eatre Bexoffice in visual Hagerstown, Charlie Gravel. Sand, Top Fill Dirt, Drinkin Grader & Back Hoe Charles Town, W.Vo. HISTORIC Federal Style C Heart of the Shepherdstown Elegant Home offering is distinguished by a Grand 8 fireplaces, cozy family room A true gem for the restoration those rare houses that has not sive "remodeling." The fenced This fine Very Reesonable Price of fimmcing Route 4110 South - 876-3019 or JUDY MOORE In Shepherdstown. 3 bedroom tential. Walk to all town diLlon or excellent rental :~ Shepberdetovm, well built rooms on o town-size lot. 2 kitchen. Very low In Shepkerdstown with history, Living room and separate In ~d~l~erdstown, only two and an unspoiled treasure, the heart of town with places, random width floors 107W. & REAL ESTATE German St. Win Tegge - Igi-1487" Rachel I~m - I~641 ! Box 169, Harpers Ferry, W. "~,--~ / WILLIAM V. WHITE, Broker Box 289, Charles Town,