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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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Doll" Winm Rae Rosalez, 4-year-old daughter of Rosalez of Ranson, was chosen "Baby QUeen at the Miss Thanksgiving Beauty held November 18 at Wright Denny School, sponsored by the Hurricane Julia is shown above being crowned )nies, Johnny Grissinger. the winner are, on the left, Lori Faith first runner up, the 4-year-old daughter r. and Mrs. Stephen Bennett of Charles on the right, 4-year-old Staci Homer, of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Homer of second runner-up. Frances Coleman. Mrs. J.W. Drish was honored on her eighty-ninth birthday with a dinner party held by her family at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roma Liskey in Charles Town. Those present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Henry and daughter Lori and Miss Mabel Drish of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. I ouis Drish of Winchester, Va. Mr. William Drish of Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Drish, Mrs. Joyce Pifer and children, Tammy, Eugene and Sarah lane of Middleway, Mr and Mrs. Donald Drish and children, Dwayne, Dale and Dawn of Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Drish and Mr. Thomas Barron of Charles Town and Mr. Robert Liskey of Oxon Hill, Md. COMML.~ITY CHRISTMAS TREE The annual carol sing around the community Christmas tree will be held on Saturday evening, December 16th. The caroling will begin at 6:00 o'clock with Santa Claus arriving with treats for the children at 6:30. Light refresh- monte will be served during the evening and boxes will be prepared for delivery to the shut-ins. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, Mark, Paul and John, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Negiey and children Tracey and Dawn, of Hidden River were dinner guests on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Karen and Doug, in Shady Acres near Middleway. Mr. Ulis Johnson and his father-in-law, Mr. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town spent last week deer hunting in the Lost River area of Hardy County, returning to their homes on Winchester, Va. were dinner Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder guests on Thanksgiving Day at had as their dinner guests on the home of their brother-in-law Thanksgiving Day their son and - i and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 725-7777 ] Childs. Also guests at the dinner Nick Snyder and their infant son [ were Mrs. Florence Bennett of Kevin and the farmer's brotber- )HYMNS] [ Winchester and Miss Julie in-law and sister, the Reverend ;, beginnin at 7"30] Gardner of Charles Town g and Mrs. Roy Vernon of 6 SWest ~eld at the United I Mrs. Juanita Marsh returned Shenstone." Lurch on Sunday ] to her home on Saturday from Mr. Russell Drnsehel returned December 3rd, [ the Winchester Memorial to his home last week from the rOup singing and [ Hospital where she had been a Winchester Memorial Hospital ~nted patient for the past ten days by vlslt)ng [ . where he had undergone surgery Public is cordially [ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers the previous week, and is tend. [ and Mr. Skinner Postom visited recuperating satisfactorily at ~. Philip Creamer t on Sunday of last week with their home. |ughter Julie were [ niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. on Thanksgiving [ Gordon Mclnturff and their sons Mrs. Clifford Rowland was a ae of Mr. ar~ Mrs. ] at their home in Hayttsville, Md. dinner guest on Thanksgiving at Itham near Mid [ and attended the football game the home of her son-in-law and n Saturday the [ between the Washington Red- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald dis th-e-ir overnight [ skins and the Cardinals which Glassford and their son ~t Grove" their [ was played at Kennedy Stadium. Tatmadge. Also guests for. Mrs. Leon Oyis ] On Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. dinner were their son4n-law and ~l, Pa [ Fellers and Mr. Poston had as "l Mrs. " Lawrence [ their dinner guests their brother- Sons, Kirby and/in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 'd'~A][ ][ and Mrs Orville[ Jack Pitzer of Pikeside, the % 1UL~ ILJ Son Ramie and] Reverend Katherine Eye of DeHaven of]Harrisonburg, Va. and Miss Trimming We Are Ready and If Needed Treat Your IU, Today for FREE ESTIMATES TREE SERVICE Town,W.Va. - PIIONE: 725. 2306 AFTER 2 PM ~MOVING TOPPING BRACING CAVITY WORK CABLING SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 13 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1978 daaghter, Mr. and Mrs. William Henry and their small son Todd. On Friday Mrs. Rowland and Mrs. Glassforf visited with the farmer's mother, Mrs. Bonn W. Crim, at the Jeffersonian Manor in Charles Town A covered dish dinner, which was very well attended, was held at the United Methodist Church on Sunday evening of last week. The delicious dinner was followed by a Devotional program and an enjoyable evening of games. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr and children, Todd and Teresa of Bakerton, spent Sunday visiting at the home of the far- mer's mother, Mrs. W.J. Furr. Dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their daughter Stephanie were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheshire and daughter Jennifer of Berryville, Va. and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Karl DeHaven. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire and Stephanie visited with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael at their home in Augusta, W.Va. The annual Stewardship dinner was held at the Baptist Church on Saturday evening with about thirty in attendance. The Reverend Roy Vernon was the guest speaker for the meeting and Mrs. Vernon and Mrs. James H. Snyder also were guests at the dinner. Mrs. Ulis Johnson, her son, Donnie and her mother, Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town were dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mr, and Mrs. David Richardson and their family. The November meeting of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club was held on Monday evening of last week at the United Methodist Church in Middleway where a delicious turkey dinner was enjoyed. Mark Rudolph was among the guests * attending a party honoring the sixteenth birthday of Miss Kelly Watson which was held on Friday evening at her home in Jefferson Village. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Drish and daughters Stacey and Shelley, were dinner guests on Thanksgiving Day at the home of, the litter's parents, Mr. arJ Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. " Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town was a visitor on Wednesday evening of last week at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their family. On Saturday and Sunday the Rudolphs had as their guest their nephew, Parker Webb of Miss Linda Jefferson, Clayton Stagner, her brother, law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Parkersburg, W.Va spent the Scott Stagner and her grand- Glassford and their family. mother Mrs. Stuart Crim. holidays with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeRaven ~ and Mrs. Leroy Jefferson. Orchard Hills. Robert Ott and daughter Kathy Mrs. Jess Brown and DebbielBatcbelder of Borryville. Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Jr and of Kearneysville, Mr. McKee's and Cinda Hannas, Richmond, I Mrs. Floyd Owens St. and Pat her small daughter Brenda of sister, Mrs. Fred Rice of spent theweekendwithMr.andlhad their family on Charles Town were visitors on Bedington and Mrs. McKee's Mrs. Elmo Rannas. Thanksgiving evening including Wednesday of last week at the sister, Mrs. Anna Showbridge of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens Je, Mr. home of her brother-in-law and Kearneysville. Tifany entertained on and Mrs. Billy Owens St and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Woodro~w Mr. and Mrs. John Glassford Thanksgiving .Day and guests family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd P. Cameron and their son Jimmy. and daughters, Lori and Tina, were Mrs. Ruth Moreland, Mr. Owens Jr. and sons, Charles On Thanksgiving the Camerons were dinner guests on Saturday and Mrs. Sonny Wilson and Mr. Town~nd Bates Watson,Mr. and had as their dinner guests the evening at the home of the and Mrs. Staubs, Charles Town. Mrs. Charley Owens, and Mr. latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. farmer's brother and sister-in- and Mrs. Alfred Owens and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Chipper Owens, Keyser, W.Va. spent the LEEI~WN The Leetown United Methodist Mrs. Ruth Locke Church will have their Christ- mas Program December 17th at Dial 725-8309 7:30. ---- "------ - Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Jr On Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Rippon, had the following guests Mrs. GeneStarliper and family's Thanksgiving Day for dinner: Mr and Mrs. John Lowery, Rusty, Charley ,and John of and their son Ronnie were among those attending the celebration,honoring the ninetieth birthday of the latter's mother, Mrs. Herbert Ram- sburg, which was held on Sunday afternoon at the Educational Building of the Asbury United guests were Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church in Charles Laurence Young, Waynesboro, Town. Mr. Earl McDonald returned and Mrs. William Howell and home the latter part of the week daughter, Richmond, Va and from the Winchester Memorial Kenna Cowardin, Alexandria. Hospital where he had been a Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. patient while undergoing a Boetler Link and family and Mr series of tests, and Mrs. Bill Fritts and The Misses Lucy and Alicedaughter joined the party for Farnsworth have returned to dinner. weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens. You can freshen fiberglass curtains after washing them if you add one-half cup of paw. Pa. and Mrs. J.S. Locke. Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. dered milk to the last rinse Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meneart Mrs. Marion Blue is a surgical Victor Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Butch water. of Buckhannon, W.Va. and Mr. patient in City Hospital, Mar- Daniel Menear of Baltimore, tinsburg, you can enjoy :ii! Md arrived here on Wednesday Mrs. Elizabeth Lupton, Dale to spend the Thanksgivingand Sandra spent Wednesday holidays at the home of their with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. HICKORY SMOKED brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Alton Grove. Sandra spent the PORK and BEEF BARBECUE and Mrs. Allen Glassford and week end. Guests o Mr. and 'i' their family. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Grove Thanksgiving Day (and our very own muffins and carrot coke) Menear returned to their home were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grove ~ll~.~ ~l~ll~em :.~ on Friday, Mr. Daniel Menear and family, Mr. and Mrs. remaining here until Sunday. Richard Grove and daughters AT Also spending Thanksgiving and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove with the Glassfords was their an~d family. 1927 VALLEY AVE WINCHESTER, VA Pho : ( ) - 703 667 9510 :::: daughter, Mrs. Mollie Nobrega Weekend guests of Mr. and of Charles Town. Mrs. Kenneth Fritts were Mr. Open l l o.m. 'Ill 9 p.m Tuesday-Sunday :.iii WE'RE STILL HERE! .TO SMOKE AND CURE YOUR PORK their home in Washington, D,C Mrs. Patricia Kisner and son after spending the Thanksgiving Michael, Middleway and Jack UNION BRIDGE LOCKER PLANT holidays visiting at the home of Scott were dinner guests of Mr. (formerly Yingling Brothers) their sister, Miss Edna Farn- and Mrs. Warren Collis onIS NOW Under New Management of swarth. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee Dr, and Mrs. Frank Henry and D & L MEATS entertained at a family family, Richmond, Va spent We offer custom slaughtering of beef, pork, lamb gathering held at their home on Thursday night with his parents, and veal Thanksgiving Day. Those Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry. vvn'eft m uyUonJa'" thru ruyerlJa"' 8 o.m. 5 present for the occasion were On Thursday, Dr. and Mrs. p.m. their son and daughters and Graham Bullock had the Saturday 8 - 12 noon their families, Mr. and Mrs. following guests for dinner: Mr. George St.-U?ION B.RIDGE, MD, Edward McKee,Jr. and sonP.J, and Mrs. Colin Dunbar and of Green Acres Trailer Park, Mr. family, Keyes Ferry Road, and and Mrs. Meadie Gochenour and Mrs. Edward Dunbar. Nov. ~- 2T1 301 77S 261 i children, Cindy and Tim of ~ I~ Bedington, W.Va Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jackson and son Ricky For the of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. person .w.ho needs bng . protect,on Peo lNes4 now Here s a plan that offers $50000 or more of hfe KEMP IN~ AGENCY I ,nsurance protect,on w,th a p ge surpnsengly low premuum 1 04 S. McDONALD ST. [ RAN,~)N, W. V A. 25438,Na*,onw~es Yearly n- This PHONE: 7"25 - 3950 j Renewable and Convertible Term Lde Plan can help protect the plans Due to Circumstances Beyond our Control the you re mak,ng for the following items are Not Available at Peoples NO. !00 future, with prern~ums you can handle now RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT OUANTITIES Get ~he facts see your e All Concrete oo ooo~eo, i Yuletime Tablecloth i *3.99 CARPORTS. PATIOS* DRIVEWAYS MAYBaLINe SIDEWALKS* BASEMENT FLOORS j ! Eye Shadow Kit s 1.69 ooo. POURING FINISHING Extension Cord *5.99 TURF CONCRETE Christmas .Garland :$1.$9 [ EstimatesI . 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