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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE over the weekend was Misses San ,vrheMan Wh0 Forgot" THURSDAY, JANU+ARY 13, 1966 A--2Middleway.dra Ring and Becky Pestun of Mrs Ann Brown called on Mrs Will Be Sermon Sunday IIC--:~Y_~.,::.-_:Z-~__~._.-~:._-T:~_--_/;~D Williams have been in with the Gladys Pulse Sunday evening. mumps for several days. Helpers Club Little Chris Glaize son of Mr. At Methodist Church and Mrs. Dennis Glaize of Hunt- The Ranson ttelpers Club held Mrs. FloYd" Simon8 ington, W. Va. has been visiting' their regular monthly meeting "The Man Who Forgot," will his ~randparents Mr. and Mrs. January 6, 1966 at the club build- [be the sermon subject to be de- ~--.:~L---.-~-=~. ~ ~ Martin Glaize. Little K~ith Glaize ing, The meeting was opened by Birthday Party ..... is home with his parents from Chaplin Cora Foster, reading Pro- livered by the Rev. Mr Lee Will- iams at Asbury Methodist Church verbs 22 ch. 1-9 Verses, followed corner of N. Charles and North Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collins gave the hospital and much improved by the Lord's Prayer and Flag their daughter Pamela a party from his fall. for her 9th birthday Saturday Mr. Arthur Webb heard from Salutd. Roll call by Katie JenkinserySt" SundaYis providedat 1t o'clock.for pre-schoolA Nurs- afternoon. Those present helping his son Master Sgt. Harold Webb with 9 members present Secre- children for this service. Pamela celebrate were Jackie.and ~md family of Ellsworth Air Force tary's report by Ruth Nichols, Tre Church School is held at 9:30 Ronoe Smith, Becky Brown, Don- base in S. D. Sgt. Webb is going surer's report by Kettle Jenkins. a. m. There are classes for all na Ramey, Barbara and Carol to school in Pasadena, Calif. for The club voted on giving sheets ages, Nursery through Adult We Mlwkle, Billie and Bobby Kable several weeks, and blankets to the Charles Town invite you to come and worship. and Ih~mela's three brothers Men- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters General hospital. Other activities for the week in- tey, Tony and Kenny Collins+ and son of Pleasant Valley, Md, There was no old business. Nan clude: Sr. MYF to meet at the Mrs, Franklin Sperry of Loud- and Mr, and Mrs. Elish Webb of nie Lanham and Ruth Nichols home of Mr. and Mrs. George pun Heights, Vs. spent last "rues- Baltimore, Md., visited Mr. Art- served refreshments. Davidson, Fairfax Blvd, Ranson day afternoOn with MisS Eli~- hur Webb and daughter Thurs- The meeting was closed by the at 6:30 p. m. Sunday evening. Jr. beth Webb. o l da~. Mr, Elish Webb and wife Chaplin Corn Foster with prayer, MYF will meet at the church Mr. Gilbert Rust and son of[ had been "spending a few days Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slack and Sunday evening at 6:30 p. m. New York visited his tm~le Mr. I with the Waters sons Roger and Jeffery of Berry Cherub and Jr. Choir practice Albert Rust who has been a pat-] ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stickles ville, Va visited her brother-in- Monday afternoon at 3:30 and 4 lent in the Charles Town Ho~ital{ and ,family. of Alexandria, Va. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hen- P. m. for several Weeks recovering from I visited their mother, Mr. and Mrs. ry Jones and family Sunday. The Woman s Society of Christ- a broken hip and is iml~oVing.I Bueky Bentz and Mrs.Louise Mrs. Henry Jones and daugh- Jan Service will hold their gen- very nicely. The former ~Mr. Rust Bentz, Sunday. ters Jo Ann and Terri visited dur eral meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. and Son visited Mr. Arthur Webb Mr. and Mrs. David Webb visit- ing the Christmas holidays with m. in Fellowship Hall. There will and dapghter Elizabeth before re- [ ed her grand mother Mrs. Mary her sister Mrs. Gene Whittington be an outstanding program for turning home. I Sperry, Bolivar, Sunday and were in Baltimore, Md. while Mr. Whit the evening "Automation and Little Treasea Williams little dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tington underwent surgery at Mt. Leisure." Mrs. Thomas Kitchen daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W~ldell Clifton Butts. Sani Hospital, Baltimore, Md.will be in charge. We urge all Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim and Mrs. Floyd Simons and son Rob members to make an effort to : + ' % ++ ........... I j Mrs. Floyd Simons returned eft visited her nephew Mr. Rue- attend this program. home Thursday from visiting ben Gray in Williamsport, Md. Wednesday: Sr. Choir rehear- sal at 7:45 p. m. Bible Study their brother-in-law and sister, Monday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. H H. Israel, Alliance l YOU MAY A NEW DODGE CHARGER! to emer--Ju t ,,r lster ~h US for the big 'Win.A- ~rger',~ Sweepatakesl While n're the fabulous ~W fastback from Dodge. Bring the family, too---this is a car eYeryone will get a Idek out of driving! Hurry! SWeel~C.akes offer Is limited! + CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. ]g. WASHINGTON STREET PHO NE 725.2096 CHARLFAil TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. Clarence Boyd and daughter is now employed at the Howard President, conducted the business Jan. ~t. Caroline of Halltown. sol Johnson Restaurant in Charles+ + sessiqn,+~ + with minutes read by Guest of Mi~ Sheen Pul Town. _ ~+~t_._~f,r#tary, Mr_S:r~, Hp ~unt.|~r~.nFur~n~ ~;~ ? e ~~y . S. um- ston reported contributions to the Cancer Memorial Fund in honor I of Miss Elsie Murphy. I~U~ REAL ESTATE Mrs. Mary Johnson reported on contributions for a Christmas basket for a family and to the Locust Hill Rest Home. Mrs. H. H. Hunter thanked members for the very successful "Operation Santa Claus" Mrs. Raleigh Shag 'F R 0 M fer and Mrs. Emery Kable re. ported on Christmas preparations MASON BIffLDIN - 116 [. WASHINGTON STREET at the Newton D. Baker Veter. an's Center The gift wrapping W O job was a big one this year with over 2,300 gifts wrapped for the patients. Woman's Club members who helped Mrs. Shaffer were Mrs. Kable. Mrs. Carl Benton, PHONE 725-7313 Mrs. Andrew Guerin. Girl Scouts ~'+~~ Sept. 16-tf- made decorations for the floats 0.. entered in the Christmas Parade, and plans were made for the New Year's Eve Dance. After an exchange ot gifts mere- - bers were served delicious re- freshments by the hostesses, Mrs. Bloom and Mrs. James Watson, Jr. There Will be an important business meeting, followed by an interesting program Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, at 8 p. m., at the Club Home. All members are urged to please attend this meet- ing and program, MERCHANT-NOLAND WINS OVER CITGO BOWLERS The Merchant and Noland Chevrolet-Oldsmobile ladies bowl. ing team of Charles Town won three points from the Citgo bowl- ers in action in the Ladies' Bi. County Bowling League Monday at Shenandoah Lanes Millie Anderson had the high ~ ~ ~ ~~ set score for the Citgo team, 5433. Set scores for other members of the Merchant-Noland team were: D. Cline, 450; Gane. 470; I. Noland, 397; and M. Kitchell, 449. Set scores for other members of the Citgo team were: F. Ed- wards, 387; D. Reiter, 456; H. Dorf, 433; B. Smoot, 422. KASTLE'S BOWLERS LOSE TO WEST ENDERS IN BRUNSWICK LEAGUE The Kastle's Men's Shop ladies bowling team dropped a decision to the West Enders of Brunswick, Md., Thursday night in action in ecCassorlo~, other optional equipment, state and local taxes additional), the Brunswick Ladies' Major Lea gue on the Brunswick alleys. Des pite the fine bowling of Amy |, Compare:Spe+a S looks and performance with anything else in this price range. There. Alger, the Kastle team could Yo'~ really can a4ford to own a Buick. In fact, you can't afford not to. See your Buick score only one point in the match. dealer now white he's in the mood to give you the very best deal in town. Hurry. Mrs. Alger had the high indi. uri0 al a 0r ed Buickdealer ~u~, game of the night, a 126 YO ~ and also high score of 317. Other set scores for the Kastle W team were: E. Moore 271; H. Kel- ican, 284: J. Spinks, 295 and T. Pram 307. COLORFUL POLY BRIGHTENS UP 2, orS! Reg. 59c ea. Laundry baskets, bins, tubs, mixing bowl sets, trays, dish pans, pails, wastebaskets, more! GLAMOROUS FRAMED MIRRORS In turquoise or sandal- Group, leader Mr. Williams, at Mrs. Anna Longerbeam visited 7:45 p. m. Mrs.'Phi TheYwiltonalSOBoydVisitedintheirNewtonaUnt Mr: and Mrs. Elmo Unger Liberty Falls, Ohio. street, Monday evening. Mr. Clarence Grim and grand- Sermon Series Will Mrs. Adelaide Grim and Mrs. dau~,hter Judv of Ber~ille Va Ber i " ' ' ' " "'" ' " tha S mons v~sxted thmr bro- s e t ~ wood polyethylene . . p n the weekend w~th h~s mo- ther and sister-m-law, Mr. and ther Mrs Esau Grim Continue At Charles ANTIQUE GOLD OVER WHITE ( ~ plastic that's non- Mrs. Daniel Mason, Martinsburg. ~r'' ana:'Mrs rlarvey" "-~'urley" or" ]~ ~]~[ break, vithstands de- RFD, Saturday Mrs Mason has M in " ......boon ill Ctw. en: im~ I art. sburg and_ Mrs. Earl Whitt- TOWn Presb#terJan Church :~.| 18 each tergents. M~'~ ~~,~'~'"~Ht,~h,~o i ingTM were TUesday dinner gue- ,,nl~-~,~',:~~::,~,~ :~',~:~':~:P_I sts of their neice Mrs. Louise On Sunday, January 16 the Fine Pittsburgh glass with carved-look frames day .......... .........."[ Bentz. ~ congregation of the Charles ;town - Sunday evening callers of Mr t - , I Presbyterian Church will hear in antiqued gold co!or finish on w?ite. 3 styles: . ' " another sermon on the theme overall sizes, 22x26' oval, 26x26~ octagon, 24x Arthur Webb and M ss Ehzabeth [ Nanru Tn I:nt [, . qi~lallVlU llql~lll IV I~lillfi;I 'HI hwa s To Ha mess" The Webb were Mr and Mrs Donald/ j { g y pp. . 32" rectangle. Also, 12x48; oval door mirror, . " service will be at 11"00 a m dur- Mr. and Mrs.'J II1 II Coubk^as'ern Bible ing which hour nursery care will brass finish frame, with clips. ' dfamfly, Mrs "-- " ..... I be provided for little children "=--" " .,--~s2.~ua~lsYh ~eavea~s,,.~s~)e~l:~ae[p.II... I. I.L--I.--J I~l. I The public is cordially invited I 2?" 2?" "="9 ........ ;' l l UIl Ifl LCII[ iCHIQ; I-Iil. to this service and to one of the g~d~ unamolln ann sons m j !classes of the Cl~urch School at ~t~'Mrs Geor e Anderson[ Clifford Henry, son of Mr. and 945a m. with E. P. Smoot, Jr., . g / Mrs: Robert Henry of North Gee. superintendent. silent _Thursday. with Rev. an.d [ Street, Charles Town, will leave [ mrs. flosopn l~y ann ~on in] Wednesday, Jan. 19, for Lake-PK..i_. T ..... @__'._. wmenes er, va. land, Fla., where he will enroll Ha[l $/UWll 3illOr __Mrs. Daisy Deaver, Mrs. Elsie as a freshman at the Southeast-; Maye ann Lucille rown Call ! ern Bible Colle-^ locate" i- "-"- I ue:____. . ,, ~U, U 11 I~/iJgU- ] ed on Mrs. Mable Pearrell, Men-[ la,,a ; ........ woman s UUD flas nay mgm. t ited member of the Accrediting . a. Mrs. Wands Ring and daughter Association of Bible Colleges. ~uslness Meermg Denise spent Thursday with herI Clifford is a 1965 graduate of mother, Mrs. Luctlle Brown. i member of the Calvary Assembly The December meeting of the Supper guest Wednesday even, of God Church~ located in Ran- Senior Woman's Club held at the ing of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd+ son and a member of the Christ home of Mrs. O S. Bloom was a Were Mr.' and Mrs. Nelson Boyd, Ambassadors of the church. He festive occasion.'Mrs. O. S. Bloom PLASTIC-TOPPED TWO-DOOR 24" HIGH STEEL WALL UNIT Versatile storage unit for kitchen, laundry or bath has 2 compart- ments. Heavy steel. 44x24" high. OUR "SERENE" 7Ox9O" BLANKET BASE CABINET Heavy furniture steel with carefree plastic top, cutlery drawer, 2 compartments. 20x36" high. By a famous maker. Washable, quick-dry- ing blend Of rayon- acrylic. 5" nylon bind- ing, 60" HIGH DOUBLE DOOR WARDROBE Big 'n roomy steel cab. inet with full width rod, tie bar. Baked-on enamel finish. 22x60~ high. 44..QUART POLY WASTEBASKETS Lightweight, easy to clean poly wastebasket with swing-top cover. Big 44-quart size. QUILT OR PILE LINED JACKETS WITH HOODS Reg. 3.99 Cotton shell with quilted or acrylic pile lining for super- warmth. Quilt-lined drawstring hood. Keep the boys snug and dry in all kinds of weather. Wanted colors. 4-14. 12 QT. PLASTIC WATER PAILS KING-SIZE METAL TRAY TABLES Colorful lithographed designs on metal tops with gleaming brass legs. 16x22x28" H. HELANCA NYLON RUN-RESISTANT SEAMLESS TITES FOR GIRLS ae . 88c 1.29 Pr. Love 'era under skirts, 'n slacks, for lounging. Helancanylon stretch tites in run-resistant, perfect fitting seam, less style. Great selec. tlon of fashion-coordi. hated colors. Sizes 1-3, 4-6, 8-10, 12-14. Fine combed cotton sa- , teens with a wash and l Wear finish. Exquisite prints in advance spring colors. 36 to 45" widths. PRINTED AND SOLID COTTONS 1V achine-washable, color. fast cottons in a huge ar- ray of fashion solids, prints. 35+, 36" widths. BETTER SYNTHETIC REMNANTS Fine quality crease -resist- ant textures in wanted solid colors. 2 to 10 yard lengths. 3.98 BOYS SLACKS 2.00 NEWBERRYS OF CHARLES TOWN