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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 1988 TNUT HILL Everhart Crawford and Denny, Randy B spent Friday night George and and Day and Rex- and Cindy Carol Talton, Jeff and Sharon Hetzell, Jada and Buck, and Malcoma Talton. Dec Garrett and Sharon Hetzell were visitors Sunday morning with George and Sed Talton and Roxanne. Dinner guests Sunday with George and Sed Talton and Roxanne, were Dennis and Cindy Crawford and Den-. ny, Maleoma Talton, and Jada and Buck Hetzell. Brandy Talton spent several days with her grandmother, Nancy Tripp, and aunts, Gladys and Margaret White, Laurel, Md. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests with Jeff and Donna Grove anc[Jill, were Jerry and Elaine Grove, and Lester and Pauline Wilt. Jerry and Elaine Grove were shop- pers Friday in Frederick. Jerry and Elaine Grove were visitors Friday with Thelma Pearl, Charles Town. CHARLE00 ; TO WN -7742 the Christmas Our town people lining the everywhere trees load- just waiting to the parade corn- Geraldine Will- worked on and you for effort, because after the last could feel that -- By then it christmas lights little trees, into a holiday undoubtedly say, TIS THE SEASON... For the first time in memory I en- countered, first hand, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas shopping crowds. Never again! Went to Blue Ridge Outlet Center in Martinsburg last Friday. Seems as if everyone else in the world was going there at the same time. I had to park in the "satellite" parking area, across from McFarland House, and was lucky to get a place there. After all that, I had a shopping incident. In dealing with one of the center's stores I came up against a problem returning an item for exchange. Usually a mild-mannered shopper, I decided to take a stand against what I considered to be rude and unfair treatment. James R. Gourley, director of opera- tions and leasing at Blue Ridge Outlet, changed all this with two things: a calm, listening manner which made me feel like I counted; and one phone call, to the manager of the store involved. All was settled peacefully - in the end. The store clerk and I both said, "I'm sorry" and I went away with the same good attitude about the center that I'd brought with me, frankly quite surprised and thankful that the problem had been settled so quickly. Thank you, Mr. Gourley, and all concerned. COMMENT FAVORABLE A friend called me last week with a request. She had just taken her dog and cat to one of our local veterinarians for their yearly check- ups and wanted me to say a good word about the doctor. It seems that while my friend's animals were being treated in the ex- amining room, the vet, who was also taking care of a very sick dog, was in and out of the room several times. My friend's animals got a good bill of health, all the necessary shots and she SILVER GRO ta Buzzard a dinner guest and Mrs. and Mrs. Ray- Grove were ving Day with Kelly Rickard and Jimmy Shirey, Smith, Danika Mr. and Everhart, and Everhart, Mar- sha and Eric, Valley View Drive, were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Ricky and Ryan. Brian Whitehair, Cavalier Heights, spent several days with his grand- mother, Vanessa Everhart. Jessica Buzzard was an overnight guest Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Jake Jacobs was a visitor during the week with Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus, Laura and Kristi, Frederick, Md., were visitors Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Gloria Grove and family. MILLVlLLE Lake -2261 a patient in V.A. Anyone his address is Room 120, V.A. W. Va. of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Melvin Merle Wiltshire, Va.; and Curtis Virginia Lassie Lake, Jr., ames Harkins, Lake all en- at the Holiday Thanksgiving Norman Gay, Tim Chapman and Ricky Webb. Mrs. Nancy Abshire and Scott, Ran- son, and Karen McDonald and son were evening visitors of Mrs. Kelican. Sunday dinner guests of Sally Lilla were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lilla and Sonya, Bakerton; Misses Lynn and Pam Pope, Bolivar; Evelyn King, Gambriels, Md.; and Jennifer and Tony Lilla, Charles Town. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Ballenger and Tara. Mrs. John Milton and Mrs. Lee Ballenger spent Monday shopping in Lancaster, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kelican and family were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Cassie Kelican and son. Friday visitors of James and Sally Lilla were Delmar Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Ott. Mrs. Charles Ott and children, Mrs. Thelma Mills and Mrs. Elda Ott spent Thanksgiving and the weekend visiting with friends and family in North and South Carolina. Frances Long and daughter, Charles Town, were visitors Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogie and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Grove, were dinner guests Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family, Fox Glen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle were visitors recently with Mrs. Nora Rinker. Sorry to hear Nora has been a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Prayers go out to you for a fast recovery. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and Brian, Cavalier Heights. Mrs. Ruby Browning, Blue Ridge Acres, was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper. Prayers go to Marvin Browning, who has been a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogie were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family, Fox Glen. Jessica Buzzard was an overnight guest last Thursday night with her mother, Christine and Jimmy Grove. was very pleased with their treatment," as usual. The doctor, however, apologized for his absences and would not charge his complete fee because he felt he hadn't given her pets enough time. I know that this good doctor reads the Charles Town news, so I'll just say thank you, "faithful reader," you are appreciated. BITS AND PIECES Don't see "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" at the Opera House. This is a family affair. First performance is Friday, December 2, and includes an opening night reception, sponsored by J. C. Penney and Halltown Paperboard. Make a date to attend Harpers Ferry's Old Tyme Christmas, on either December 2, 3, 4 or 9, 10, 11, Dorothy Wright was in Winchester Medical Center for tests but is now back in circulation and feeling much better. With the John Duffys for Thanksgiv- ing week was Mrs. Janie Wilson, daughter of Jane Duffy, Sour Lake, Texas. Janie, a CPA, is a partner in a firm in Beaumont, Texas. Husband Larry, is an engineer with Dupont. Before returning home, Janie and her mother visited several days in Charlotte, N.C., with Janie's brother, John Browniow. WHERE'S PEGGY? So many people have asked after the health and whereabouts of former resident, Mrs. Seddon Lacy. I am happy to report that Peggy now lives on Amelia Isle, Fla., near Fer- nadino Beach, and is doing fine. Peggy moved there about 18 months ago and lived with her daughter, Mary Seddon, who resides in the area, while building a house of her own. She recently add- ed a Florida room and loves it. Presently visiting with her son, Nelson, Columbia, S.C., Peggy will be heading home to Florida any day. She is fascinated by the supermarkets in Florida; there is such a wonderful variety of fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from that Peggy has taken up gourmet cooking. As you can see, Peggy Lacy is still actively enjoying a full andproductive life. She hopes to get to Charles Town in '89 - and we look forward to that. I remember with much pleasure a phrase Peggy used at the bridge table, "Bid 'em high as a cat's back and play 'em like the Watson boys!" It's the way to do it, Peg! We miss your company. Elaine Grove and Pauline Wilt were shoppers Saturday in Front Royal, Va., and had dinner at the Bonanza in Winchester. Jeff and Donna Grove and Jill were dinner guests Sunday with Jerry and Elaine Grove. Happy birthday wishes go to Pauline Wilt, who celebrated her birthday Saturday, November 26. May you have many more. Frank and Beatrice Angelo, Springfield, Va., and Lester Wilt, were dinner guests Saturday with their mother, Mabel Wilt. Vickey Wilt was a visitor Sunday morning with Jerry and Elaine Grove. Heartfelt sympathy goes to the fami- ly and friends of Steven Ott. Prayers and thoughts go to Mrs. Nannie White, who is a patient in Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital. Patsy Everhart, Genevieve Grove, Cinda Staubs and Brett, Sherry Kelican and Curt, Ginger Grove, Machelle Grove, and Joyce Shipe and Jenny, attended a party Monday at the home of Gayla Grove. Jeri Everhart, Cinda Staubs, Karen Rickard and April Grove, were shop- pets Wednesday in Frederick and had lunch at the Harvest House. Kenny and Cinda Stauhs, Jeri Everhart and Paul Cogie, were shop- pers Friday in Frederick and had lunch at Pizza Hut. Paul and Carolyn Cogie and Faith Cogle had dinner Friday at the Golden Corral. Shirley Kline, Frederick, was a Thanksgiving Day dinner guest of Paul and Carolyn Cogie, Patti and Jeff. Congratulations to Paul B. Cogle, who journeyed out on a Saturday hun- ting trip and brought home a six-point buck. Happy birthday wishes go to Ashley Nick, who celebrated her second bir- thday Saturday with a party given by her parents, Dave and Tammi Nick. Jerry and Mac Nick, Richie and Wesley, and Peg Nick, were among the family and friends to attend. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests with Charles and Mary Gray, were Jerry and Mac Nick, Richie and Wesley, Cliff and Judy Wilson, Jason and Beth. Cliff and Judy Wilson, Jason and Beth, were visitors Friday with Jerry and Mac Nick, Richie and Wesley. Peg Nick, Paul Nick, and Ervin Nick, were dinner guests Thanksgiv- ing Day with Jerry and Mac Nick, 17 INI STORAGE ..NITS FOR RENT! A vailable Immediately! Reasonable Rates! On HaHto00m Rd., off Rt. 340 East FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL- 728-7316 ttchen00Ikid < CASH BACK direct from KltchenAId! CUSTOM DISHWASHER MODEL KUOC210S SURE-SCRUB multi-level washing system. NO pre-rlnsing required with triple filtration and soil collector system. TriDura e porcelain<)nJteel tank and inner door. Load-aS-yOU-like random loading. SURE-CLEAN automatic water heating. POTS & PANS cycle. . way ,is made ENERGY SAVER Option. .FACTORY BONUS SAVINGS END DECEMBER 31! Kltchen00kid" the it's madeT P *rP LIANCE &p TV CENTER ,,.fd W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. 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" ] P235 75RI5 $9710 419 West King Street I DUNN and SEIBERT ,,,-,,,, I Martlnsburg Richie and Wesley. Kathy Jenkins was a visitor Sunday with Peg Nick. Kim Cogle spent Saturday with Gary and Brenda Cogle. Shannon Ott spent several days with her friend, Dana Cogle. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests with Kathy Cogle, Lynn, Dana and Kim, were Earl Harper, Timmy and Gins Cogle and Sarah, and Gene Cogle. Chris and Lorrie Jenkins were visitors Monday with Kathy Cogle, Lynn, Dana and Kim. Happy birthday wishes go to Charles Everhart, who celebrated his birth- day last Tuesday, Sharon Ott and Angie Staubs, Thursday, Clayton Breeden, Friday, and Linda Pierson and Mac Nick, Monday. Congratulations go to Jason Wilson, who went on a Wednesday hunting trip and brought home a five-point buck. Calvin and Mason Hummer were visitors Wednesday with Cliff and Judy Wilson, Jason and Beth. Dinner guests Thanksgiving Day with Cliff and Judy Wilson, Jason and Beth, were Clifford and Peggy Wilson, Floyd and Sharon Nick and Amber, Charlie and Hattie Wilson and grand- daughter, Amanda, Johnny and Susie Wilson and Shane, Rachel Cain and Dave Wilson. Visitors during the week with Louise Howell were Petrina Howell, Mellsea and Aaron, Peg Nick, Ronnie Nick, Er- vin Nick, Bruce Grove, and Shelia Mobley, Tommy, Michael and Matthew. Visitors Sunday with Louise Howell were Linda Pierson, Scott Hough, Timmy Hough, Tony Tanner, and Bill and Petrina Howell. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests with Edgar Everhart, Wands and Angie, and Curtis and Debbie Everhart, were Douglas and Melinda Cook, Missy, Dongie and Amanda, and Calvin Booster, Brunswick, Md. Ethel Breeden, Shepherdstown, was a Thanksgiving Day dinner guest with Blaine and Rose Grove, Kevin, Billy and Tina. Mary Stauhs was a visitor Monday with her mother, Mary Landman, Mt. Holly, Pa. Visitors during the week with Dearl and Genevieve Grove, were Karen Rickard and Erica, Bobby Longerbeam, April Grove, Louise Howell, Danny Ridgely, Ervin Nick, and Marshall Grove.