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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 30, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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November 30, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 Trio Colh . f violinist, g, pianist- and their cellist heard in concert at College on Monday, 4. The concert is for 8:00 p.m. in 4 at 1:00 p.m will present a Reynolds Hall. This been announced 5. to the workshop Admission to the will he College per- identification. Ad- ler the general dollar. The fee for senior County Arts and public have reached critical acclaim not artistry of their interpretations but also for their diversified programming. An extensive repertoire and an emphasis on authenticity and integrity of style, in solo ap- pearances as well as in concert as a husband-wife team, has resulted in an ever-expanding clinicians and lecture. recitalists. Their professional backgrounds include studies in violin with such master teachers as Ivan Galamian, Max Postal and Ernest Morawec; in piano with Edward Kilenyi; and in harpsichord with Eta Harich- Schneider. Of particular interest are the two remarkable instruments which add to the appeal of the Lucktenburgs' performances; a superb Stradivarins dated 1718 and a modern nine-foot concert harpischord built to Dr. Lucktenberg's personal specifications. Touring is IH DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE m < o i 8 m o 8 < < O price tag belongs to a'79 8 280E sedan. The considerable accrue when you purchase most opulent sedan instead. The o 'o at $11,591.! if you re about to invest in a luxury i , see us for the fully equipped 264 g )fit spend quite as much as you A thousand saved is a thou- o2 A LOIn HNID LIXlK. faciliated by the "Harpsicart," their specially-fitted truck. At present, the young couple are artist-teachers at Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. Summers are spent at the National Music Camp, In- terlochen, Michigan, where Dr. Lucktenberg has been a member of the keyboard faculty since 1953. Between concert tours the Lucktenhergs enjoy an active home life with their son and two daughters. Their son will per- form on the cello with them. 218 Chades Town Jr. High Students Named To Honor Roll A total of 218 students of Charles Town Junior High School made a grade average of "B" or better during the first six weeks of the current school term and thus have been named to the school honor roll according to Mrs. Mary T. Doakes, school principal. The 8th grade class ted the list of honor students with 86, six of them have made straight "A's", while the 9th grade class had 70 and the 7th grade 62. Those named to the honor roll from the 7th grade were: Kirk Benton, Janell Baylor, Carol Bowers, Krista Burch, Audra Cabell, Dennis Clat- terbuck, Brain Caton, Kelly Crum, Dana Call(ins, Denise Connelley, Kelly Crawford, Tammy Cockrville, Karen Cook, Valerie Cur~y, Ann Dunn, Francine DeRhonda, Tammy Delauder, Maria Evans, Tiersa Foley. Richard Fiorvanti, Dawn French, Kamalla Fries, Robin Fortune, Kim Gray, Chris Hart, Martha Hamrick, Chris Gale, Thomas Hildebrand, Linda Hart, Trace)' Haymaker, Mary Hunt, Shelby Ham, Tracey Kidwell, @ Model 3t 8W-3W 30-inch gas range with oven window and light MaxineKyne, Gary Leslie, Lisa Larry Sirbaugh, Katie Stocks, Daphne Shade, Lisa S~yder, Lutman, Michelle Mumford, Sonya Taylor, Jason Taylor, Julie Smith, Sandie Singleton, Debra McDonald, Ronald Kenneth Tyler, Donna Taylor, Jackie Smallwood, Tonya Mancini, Sherry Nicodemus, Eliz. Vickers, Glen Wilshire, Rob Smallwood, Susan Sparks, Larry Jessica Norton, Roxanne aden, Watson, Stewart Wharton and Stewart, William Tolhert, Alison Amanda Poe, Andrew Pellerito, Cathy Weller. Paula Pierson, Sidney Ramey, Charlene Richard, Julie Ratcliff, Jason Soubier, Steve Smith, Deng Stamey, Lisa Spunich, Kathy Smith, Lisa Titus, Charles 1'wyman, Patricia Wise, Lisa Warrener, Leslie Walker, Kathy Whittington, Laura Wilt, Amy Watson and Sammy White. 8th grade -- Cheryl Anderson, Bill Ballenger, David Boggs, Julie Benner, Anita Boyd, Pam Brannon, Blair Breeden, Jodi Brege, Catherine Brown, Mary Butler, Colleen Coomler all A's, Kevin Cooper, Lori Crawford, Jean Cross, Susan Carper, Mike Caprio, Kimberly Coatney, Charles Dozier, Shawn Day, Robert Deck, Kendall DeHaven, Kim Demory, Angela Diavolikis all A's, Bobby Dillow, Sam Engle, Joan Fox, Denise Frazier, Sharon Harshman, Grace Herbert, Beth Hooe, Kevin Hall all A's, Lisa Haines, Kristy Harbort, Carl Jenkins, Rex Jenkins, Sandra Johnson, Angle Lally, Doris Lafollette, Richard Lloyd, Shelly Lloyd, Michele Louckbaum all A's, Susan Longerbeam, Mike Mancin, James Mangold, Paula Manzuk all A's, Michele Mattei all h's, Patricia McDonald, Pamela Meeham, Robin Merritt, Tracey Mohr, John Myatt all A's, Dena Newman, Mark Newman, Marie Norton, Timothy Painter, Dawn Palumbo, Stacey Perkins, Rebecca Poe, Mike Powell, Keith Potter, Jayne Park, Rodd Ramey, Tina Pawls, Mike Ring, Sheena Roberts, Tracey Robinson, Sandy Scott, Mark Sherrett, Michelle Shewbridge, Rory Shreck, Dana Shumaker, Eric Swartz, Lisa Strange, Audrey Strader, Mike Spunich, Also has clock with 1-hour timer Lighted backguard, Big 25-inch .oven Energy-saving insulation, IUN[qEn-n~N~llVl[ HIAT UI~IIUI~N~e The CONI'IIIOL Ufl-o~ burners Ixam~r. B~tm ~ ~ 10oU wal~ in 2Y~ mlnutu, or n~t than conventional bumecs. 1~4tor on a I~p~ pMM wllhout Eas~ to o9~. Ev~ ~$ burning the ~. (Or napkin.) a bum-~n ach~ uay, ,TED ON MD. ROUTE 180 AND 340 AT THE ;ANDY HOOK. POTOMAC RIVER BRIDGE Introducing 4 Big Specials ALL YOU CAN EAT- new soup and salad bar. Create your own masterpiece from our wide s tion of fresh garden vegetables. 3 bean saiad cheese, garbonzobeans, bacon and many more, topped with rich creamy dress0ngs and hot bread at 51.69. Fr0m our soup bar, enjoy our hot daily varieties of soup as much as you care to eat, rved with rolls or crackers at 79'. |1~ " et ry Monday we are going Italian with ourall you can eat Italian style spagheth '. Pped with rich thick meat sauce, parmesan cheese. Garllc bread and once around me salad bar at $3.25 (L . . ':V. ry Thursday, Big Fish Fry, all the crisp golden brown fr0ed fdet of fish and all the " lad you can eat for only $3.99 9th grade -- Scott Allen, Veronica Allen, Wanda Baker, Lori Bane, Ilene Bittle, Paula Brown, Billy Boggs, Melba Berry, Craig Boyd, Chris Bush Sandra Crawford, Canoles, Debbie Clendiening, Whitney Calkins, Alidra Creamer, Angela Dotson, Vie Dunn, Paula Evans, Richard Feltner, Melissa Fiorvanti, Michelle Fortune, Greg Furr, Toni Hill, Jeff Hardy, Raymond Harrell, Laurie Hoffmaster, Dawn Jackson, David Jenkins, Tammy Jurok, Craig Kershner, Sterrett Lee, Rodd McCanuel, Paul Mark, Brook Mayberry, Scott Mickey, Danny Mills, Stephanie Mflburn, Robin Miller, Cindy Myers, John Neal, Buddy Nicodemus, Monica North Victor Orlando, Sarah Pellerito John Patterson, Willie Pindell Beth Ann Propps, Carlyh Puckett, Karen Roberts. I l when nothing else is good enough Wednesday- BBQ Chicken- Golden Brown Fried Chicken smothered in our BBQ sauce, choice of 2 vegetables, roll and buffer. Lunch- $2.19, Dinner - $2,49. [] Perfect Granite [] Superb Craftsmanship Tribble, Debbie Torlone, Curtis Whitehair, Charles Wall, Parker Webb, Martin Weller, Michelle Wheeler, Wendy Whitehair, Catherine Whiting, Charlene Get/% Gem Williams, Robert Wilt and Chris Wise. once a month, at the Antietam Visitor Center, December Series Free Color Films To Be Shown Superintendent, V.G. Leimer, Antietam National Battlefield, is pleased to announce that a series of free color films will be shown Of A Deal! 25% to 50% ON ALL DIAMOND through June. The 50 minutefllm programs are scheduled each Monday at 7:30 p.m. For further information contact: Larry Steeler at (301) 432-5124. "Few know how to be old." La Rochefoucauld At Our Two- Day & DIAMq Special Showing For This Sale Of Manufacturer's and Diamond Importers Lines Plus Our Own Diamond Inventory consisting of Loose Diamonds of .01 Point to 3 carats Solitaries: DIAMOND Sapphire Ruby Emerald and Coachtax Rings. Horseshoe Rings both Ladies & Gents DIA Pendants & Earrings Ladies and Gents Cluster Sets Insert Rings Diamond Wedding Bands Alse We w///dean and check your r/ngs FlEE tint/he sale. We also offer special prices on all ring remounts, as well as special design work. On These two Sale Days only [] Custom Design Service [] Written Guarantee Without Time Limit See Us For The Best Ring Buys ! the most trusted name i. memorials We Are Celebrat0ng Our 25th Anniversary JEWELERS 230 W. Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va. 109 W.John Street DIAL 267- 6141 Martmsburg,W.Va. --- FREE --- CUSTOMER PARKING PHONE: 725- 7411 DON'T FORGET SALE Two Days ONLY! FRIDAY & SATURDAY DECEMBER 1st & 2nd T(~ h t ailing th .~ d~ ~dabl m m,~ areas a Christmas a Sl dal ring to yOur" phoae companY. , atthe I . IIIlllll I IIIII