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18 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1988 MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 WOWl The fifth grade science class at South Jefferson Elementary School made the front page of the Spirit of Jefferson last week. Isn't that great? They are working hard to win the com- petition to name the new orbiter the United States will send into space in the future. Many from our area are in this grade and one is my grand- daughter, Debbie Ring, along with Lynette Dodson, Heather Kackley, Brian Bowers, Stacey Householder, Erin Lee, Sarah Markely, Jessica Mauck, Kathy Dunn and Carol Cross. Best of luck to all and their teacher, Tucker Wells. We hope they select the name you selected, "Victoria." Keep up the good work, we are proud of all of you. William Friend spent the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner, Morgantown, where Mr. Hamner is receiving treatment and doing nicely. Joining Mr. Friend and the Hamner's for the week of Thanksgiving were Mrs. Friend, _Anessa, Scott and Kyle. They spent their time between the Hamner's home in Parso and Mgantown. The Jubilators gave an outstanding performance on music in hymns and Christmas songs Sunday afternoon at the Middleway United Methodist Church. There was a good attendance and following the music program, a covered dish dinner was served. Beautiful performance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller, Bluefield, W. Va., spent the Thanksgiving holi- day with Connie and Harry Shirley, Sean, Lisa, Sherry and Krista. CHURCH NEWS The Methodist Youth Fellowship will hold a lighting of the Christmas tree on the lawn of the Middieway United Methodist Church Saturday evening, December 10, at 7 p.m. Following the lighting, refreshments will be served. Jakie and Sandy Gruber are the leaders of the MYF and they invite the community to come and share this event. The street light committee awarded prizes for donations Friday evening, November 18, at Nick's Grocery. First place, country ham, Mrs. Helen McZlroy, Ranson; second place, $20 in groceries, Stephen Ring, Vfllage; third place, turkey, Norval Johnston, BAKERTON Bill Theriault Dial 876-3321 Don't get me wrong. I love Thanksgiving. It's been a week now, and I'm gradually beginning to recover. The leftover turkey is almost gone, but the turkey soup may last un- til the spring thaw. The turkey salt and pepper shakers have been put away (the ones that keep falling over). The turkey tablecloth survived another year, although it looked like one of those "before" pictures that television commercials use to sell miracle detergents. ("I can't believe he clean- ed the elephant with it! ") The turkey pictures have been untaped from the refrigerator and the windows. I've been thinking a lot about food lately. It comes with the season. Now it's a proven fact that some of the greatest ideas of all time have come to people when they were think- ing about food. Do you think Isaac Newton would have gotten anywhere if it hadn't been for that apple? Would Alexander Graham Bell have bothered to invent the telephone if he hadn't wanted a pizza delivered? Would Marie Antoinette have...(Forget about that one. ) Anyway, out of my thoughts on the nature of turkey has come one of the biggest money making ideas since the invention of egg foo yung. I need to ease you into this one gradually, so let me give you a hint. Does the slogan "Avoid the Bold" do anything for you? No? Well, then name a fast food fran- chise that delivers its product to your door and that probably doesn't do much business on Thanksgiving (or Christmas for that matter). Now com- bine that underused resource with the knowledge that some people don't like to cook big turkey dinners. What do you get? Why, Turkey Hut, naturally. Here's how it works. First, you rent those empty pizza parlors and use the idle pizza ovens to create turkey pizza. That's stuffing crust covered with turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and gravy. (Anchovies are extra). Then add a piz- za pie. A real pie. I mean mix and match wedges of apple, blueberry, mince, cherry, pumpkin, and whatever on one of those pizza pans. Now top this masterpiece with an in- sulated cover that looks like an authen- tic 20-pound turkey, throw in a free liter of bicarbonate of soda, and you're ready to roll. Bring your Polaroid along so you can give your customers a couple of snapshots of the fake turkey dinner for the folks back home. For people who want this to look like a BIG occasion, you can bring along some cardboard cutouts of Madonna, Arnold Schwart- zeneger, and the Ayatolla. Everybody comes out ahead. The pizza places make money, people don't like to cook or clean up can be done in a jiffy, and everyone can get on with the real reason for Thanksgiving. The one that makes it so special. Watching football games. What did those pilgrims ever do without television? Now that I've got your attention, let me tell you what I've got planned for Christmas... RURITAN ANNUAL DINNER The Bakerton Ruritan will hold its annual dinner meeting (not turkey) at The Anvil Restaurant in Harpers Ferry Tuesday evening, December 20. The club's officers for 1989 will be in- ducted at this meeting. Dinner is free to members. Call Milt Phenneger for Kearneysville. Mrs. Lucy Poston returned last Monday to the Grenich Care Home in Bunker Hill, after being a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Russell, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gamber and Jason joined the family members for their Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Brady, Shepherdstown. SYMPATHY The village extends love and sym- pathy to the family of Mrs. Naomi Costigan, Hidden River, who died Tuesday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Also, love and sympathy are extend- ed to the family of Tucker White, Stephens City, Va., who passed away Wednesday; November 23, at the V.A. Medical Center. His father, brother and sister, live in the village. Many from the village attended the funeral service Sunday in Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny White and Katie hosted a Thanksgiving dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lester White, from the village; Mrs. Kenneth Snyder, LaDona, Lesley and Kendra, Inwood; Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jones, Brannon and Eric, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hellms and Doug, Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jurek, from the village, were among those on the bus tour to the Amish Country Saturday and all en- joyed seeing the "Joy of Christmas." Mrs. Alma Swartz spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Kathleen McIlwee, Winchester. LaDona Snyder spent several days this past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester White. "DAVID" David has terminal cancer and is 12 years old. He has from four to six months to live. He doesn't want money or food, but his last wish is to receive enough homemade cheer or get well cards for a new record for the Guln- ness Book of World Records for the most homemade cards. He wants to be remembered by setting this new record. Please help, you can make the difference and while he is looking at these cards, he can forget about himself. His address is: David, P.O. Box 5997, Spring Hill, FL, 34606. Mrs. Helen Shirley hosted a Thanksgiving dinner. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills, Renee and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden and Stacie, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Shirley and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shirley and Jason, Bill details at 876-6691. Dodson and Reynolds Grove. The Ruritan will be holding an ob-., jectives committee meeting after the holidays to plan events for the coming year. This would be a good meeting for you to attend whether you're a member or not, because the kinds of suggestions being made so far may surprise the community. Like what? Well, they may be interested in spen- cling a substantial amount of money and effort to improve local recrea- tional facilities. They'd also like to make 1989, Bakerton's Centennial, a year that everyone will remember for a long time. MAPS AND TAPES AVAILABLE Copies of JCOVHA's videotape history of thoroughbred racing in Jef- ferson County are still available ($25 plus $3 if we have to mail it to you). Yes, JCOVHA is selling full size copies d S. Howell Brown's 1852 map of Jefferson County for $25. These are good quality reproductions suitable for framing, and they are going fast. (In- clude an extra $3 if you want it mail- ed to you.) You can get these materials by giv- ing me a call or writing to me,at P.O. Box 173, Bakerton, W. Va. 25410. DON'T FORGET SHEPHERDSTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT Many people in Bakerton don't realize that fire departments from Shepherdstown as well as Harpers Ferry respond when calls come in from our area. So dig into your pockets and give your share for the new fire station in Shepherdstown. They need to raise $500,000, and every dollar helps. Mrs. Lawrence Painter, Charles Town, hosted a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Her dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, Great Falls, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ran- dolph, Barbara Ann, Christopher and Tyler, Fredericksburg, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Gardner and Chuckle, of the village; Mrs. Eva Bell, Mount Mission, and Miss Marsha Pit- tinger, Charles Town. Mrs. Gaila Poston, Alexandria, WOMEN DRIVERS LIKE. ALEX CHEVROLET Women bring their cars to us because they like the service and treatment they receive. Courteous caring about their car's maintenance. Professional mechanics performing any needed work. Genuine GM quality parts including GM Goodwrench parts. Competitive prices. And service specials that save you money. 0nly 19.95 for a GM Goodwrench oil change (up to 5 quarts) and new GM oil filter! NOW THROUGH DEC. 15111. ROUTE 340 NORTH CHARLES TOWN 7Zb8444, MON.-FRI. $ AM-S PM Experience the cerence at: ALEX CHEVROLET USED CARS Va., spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poston. Belated congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Thond..Thomas, who celebrated their 20th wl.ding anniversary November 9. MrS. Thomas is the former Nancy Gardner, of the village. Don't forget the Christmas bazaar to be held Friday evening, December 2, at South Jefferson Elementary School, beginning at 6 p.m. Mrs. Alma Swartz joined the fami- ly for their Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Watson, Mar- tinsburg. Dinner guests also included James and Janice Gilpin and their daughter, Mrs. Leslie Griffin, Colum- bus, Ohio, and Ronnie Watson and Lynn, Ransom Mrs. Bonnie Dunn and Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey, Arnold Dailey, Jr., Arnold Dailey III, Paul Dailey, Karen and Paul, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carroll, Rusty and Stevie, were Thanksgiving dinner guests with Mrs. Virginia Pierce. Mrs. Doris Brinegar, Tuscawilla Hills, spent several days this past week with her mother, Mrs. Thelma Kearns. Mrs. Ruth Moreland hosted a Thanksgiving dinner. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wilson and Mrs. Fay Hammond, Shippensburg, Pa. Mrs. Moreland took a vacation and returned home with Fay Thursday and stayed until Sunday. She really en- joyed her visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Heironimus, Brucetown, were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring, St. Mrs. Dora Feigley motored Thanksgiving Day to Grantsville, Md., and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Feigley and family. Mrs. Sadie Kimble and Mrs. Roy Alexander, Pittsburgh, Pa., spent Wednesday and were luncheon guests with Mrs. Ruth Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee, Mike and Aaron, hosted a family Thanksgiving dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., Vic, Ann and Gin- ny, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kathy, Karen, Kristy and Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alvarez and Alex, Mrs. Gladys Dunn, Mrs. Mary Hough and Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mrs. Gladys Dunn, Mrs. Pearl Liskey and Mrs. Mary Hough visited Saturday with Grafton Liskey at the Clear View Nursing Home, near Hagerstown. Ray "Shorty" Turner remains a pa- tient in the V.A. Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The family visited with him over the weekend and he was showing improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and Brian, Mrs. Sylvia Breeden and Georgel were Thanksgiving dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner and family. Mrs. Kathryn Nicely joined the family at the home of Dougie and Kimberly Creamer, Jefferson Village, for their Thanksgiving dinner. Dougie and Kimberly Creamer, Jef- ferson Village, spent Sunday with Mrs. Kathryn Nicely. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Leight was an afternoon visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner, Thea and Candy, and their cousin, Bridgett, were Friday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Collins, In- wood; Graichen DeHaven, Win- chester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Springer and Leahann, Fayetteville, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs, Jr., Takoma Park, Md., were Thanksgiving dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Childs, Sr. Mrs. Bonnie Turner, Mrs. Via Welch and Brian and Dee Turner, were Fri- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Inwood. Happy birthday to Harry Childs, Jr., who will be celebrating his birthday December 4. His mother, Mrs. Harry Childs, Sr., will be celebrating hers December 5. Happy birthday to both. Mr. and Mrs. William Lee took their daughter, Tiffany, back to West V.irginia University Sunday, after spending Thanksgiving at home. They remained for the night, returning home Monday. Mrs. Elaine Kestler spent Thanksgiving and Friday with George and Barbara Gaffney and family, Westminster, Md. She returned home Friday. Mrs. Montelle Ashwood, Charles Town, and Mrs. Elaine Kestler, at- tended a birthday party for Montelle's friend Saturday in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson, Amanda and Sarah, hosted a Thanksgiving dinner. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Riner, Paula, Becky and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leonard, Joshua and Matthew, Mar- tinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Congratulations to the Middieway Trailblazers 4-H Club who were awarded first place in youth walking in the Charles Town Christmas parade Saturday. Nice work. Junior and Barbara Barrow, Morgan and Rachel, hosted a family dinner Saturday, November 19. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ring, Becky, Debbie and Stephen, Mrs. Why do so many drivers Insure with State Farm? Ask one of them, then give me a call. RUSSELL L. CAVE 513 Euclid Avenue Charles Town. WV PH: 725-7Jl I YEAR-END INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE LOCALLY OWNED USED CKRS 1987Pontiac Grand-Am SE Coupe V6, Black, Auto., PS, PB. Tilt, Stereo, Cassette, Cruise, Lks. ONE OWNER - SHARP 1987 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale Broughm 4-Dr. Sedan, White, V6, Auto, Overdrive, PS, PB, A/C, Pwr Lks, Pwr Wind., Pwr Seats, Stereo, Cassette. Blue Cloth interior. ONE OWNER. 1987 Nissan 200SX SE Hatchback 4-Cyl., Automatic, PS, Stereo w/Cassette, T-Glass, Alum. wheels. Really Sharp Car. ONE OWNER 19116 Buick Riverla LOxury Coupe V6, FWD, Dk. Cherry Red Two Tone Paint, State-of-the Art. ONLY 2S,000-miles. SHARP 1987 Chevrolet Celebrity 2DR. Coupe, V6, Auto., A/C, PS, PB, Cassette, Rally wheels, Pwr. Windows, Pwr. Lks., De- logger & more. ONE OWNER 1985 Chev. Camera 7.28, V8 Auto.; A/C, PS, PB, Stereo, Cassette, Pwr. Lks., Pwr. Windows, Cruise and more. Lt. Blue. 1985 Oldsmobile Cierra Broughm 4DR..Sedan, Dk. Red with Vinyl Top, V6, Automatic, A/C, Pwr. Windows, Pwr. Seats, Pwr. Lks., Stereo, PS, PB, PLUS FWD. We Sold New. 1987 GMC Caballero Diabio Truck VB, Automatic, Two-Tone Blue, PS, PB, Stereo, A/C, & Much more. We Sold New. ONE OWNER m 1986 Chev. Monte-Carlo SS Coupe Silver, V8, Auto., A/C, PS, PB, Sport Wheels, T-Roof, Pwr Wind., Cassette, Tilt, Cruise, Rear Wheel Driv 9 and Power. * 1986 Chev. Monte-Carlo Sport Coupe V8, Auto., Dk. Maroon, PS, PB, A/C, Stereo, Cassette, Cruise, Tilt, & more. I OVII. 19116 Buick Century Limited 4-Dr. Sedan, V6, PS, PB, A/C, Stereo, Cruise, Tilt. ONE OWNER. 1986 Mercury Sable Sedan V6, Auto., A/C, PS, PB, Stereo Cassette, Pwr. Locks, Pwr. Wind., Pwr. Seats, Tilt, Cruise and much more. ONE OWNER 1987 Pontiac Gran-Prix 2-Dr. Coupe, V6, Silver w/Dk Gray Vinyl Top, A/C, PS, PB, Stereo, Tilt, Cruise and more. 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe V6, Auto., A/C, PS, PB; Tilt, Stereo, Cassette and more. Bmughm Model. ONE OWNER 191M Ford Bronco II 4x4, V6 S-Speed, A/C, PS, PB, Stereo, Dark Blue, ONE OWNER Due to the Tremendous Acceptsnce of our New Bulcks, Pontiacs, OldsmobHu and GMC Txcks, Ore" Used Car lot is PuU. We've Made December USED CAR aad TRUCK Month at GUY'S. WE NEED TH]E ROOM, YOU GET THE DEALS! UY'S ':lUST MINUTES AWAY" Located at the Comer ofRt. 9,nd Leetown Ro,d 725-3448 ,de, Town, W. Vat. Naomi Barrow, and ! Lawrence Sr. Saturda) Mrs Lynn Casto, Stephanie, Ridgeley, ' Sunday with Larry Billy, Becky, They came early day School and Middleway United their church Ridgeley. Rings were Mrs. Rev. and and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. with her brother, Charles Town. He is hospital. We wish recovery. I received a nice week from in Lakewood, Colo. news from the stated, "Keep up the paper." They everyone. Mr. and Mrs. hosted a guests were Mr. Billy, Becky, Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Mrs. Naomi Barrow afternoon visitor Gageby and BeverlY, Well, we did it Saturday, November: from New York City. visited the Statue Manhattan and They went Lincoln tunnels. to New York for many a beautiful trip and day. Mike Byrd Yellow, 27,000 Air, PS, PB, AM/FM. s9 1987 SPORT Red, 23,000 air, PS, PB, AM/FM Tape, $9, 1987 ( Red, 3O,OOO Air, PS, PB, tape, cruise, ti $13/ 1987 DO | Blue, 22,000 A/C, PS, PB, roof, AM/FM. s8 19tl7 CHEVY $' 4x4, Red, Cassette, PB, Tilt, Rear Wiper. $11 19s60LDS Blue, 4-door, A/C, Cruise, terior, AM/FM. $6 1985 MOI Maroon, PS, PB, A/C, AM/FM Tape. $9 1985 Blue, Auto., Cruise, tilt, $$ Silver, 4-door, PW, P.-Seats, wheel covers, Air. $6 4-Door, Auto., PW, Power AM/FM. ALL