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.Robert Chrisman, after which T teh roll was called, the minutes of SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVI IES IN I the last meeting were read and l~lllLdkdlqP II~M~lkl~ 0 &hiP& [approved and a report was made ~l]MM|l rI.HN J ~[ IINrA ]by the treasurer. Following a ..w .............. I~brief discussion of business the By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 [meeting was adjourned and a ....................................................... ..................... .............. ......................... i pleasant social hour followed dur- ~'+~;~:*~:~'~w~`+~:q~:';~+~+~`~m`~:`~.~J~:~a~'~`~+:~;~`~*~ 1 ing which delicious refreshments Episcopal Churchwomen Meet ~ Philip Creamer after which the twere served by the hostess. The E iscopal Churchwomen roll was called, the minutes of the Visitors at the home of Mr and of the ChUrch of th; Holy Spirit [last meeting were read and ap-/Mrs. Allen Glassford during the : -- " " " ' la t[ proved and a report was made by | recent holidays were the latter's met on "l~esaay evening ot s j the treasurer. A number of items[brothers and sisters.in-law, and week with nine members and the I of business were discussed and / Mrs. Raymond Menear and family Reverend William H. Kieldsing in ] officers for the coming year were | of Berlin, N. J., the Reverend and attendance. The meeting was op- [ elected. Only two changes were | Mrs. Clarence Menear and daugh- ened with Devotions led hv Mrs [ made in tthe existing comple- [ ters of Tunnelton, and Mr. Daniel ....... ' ~ :.[ment of officers: Mrs. Philip|Menear, of Baltimore, Md. HB I ill H BBBIH--[Creamer will succeed Miss Fran-[ Mrs. John Marshall was a re- I[_. Ill V .... lees Coleman as president and [ cent dinner guest at the home of [IN- All /UUI" [~rs. Stuart Crim will uscceed/her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. E---- $M--1-- u___l_ I Mrs. Creamer as Devotional chair- and Mrs. Milton Custer, in Mar- farm jl~y ~ I man. Plans we.re finalized for the ] tinsburg. CaB~ ~rlsi~ U# [ buffectoSUppeat~:nP(73d~ith~o?e Richard Childs, who had spent |l~li _ ~ 1 g g e g i the holidays visiting his parents, ~AT[-~ [held the following Sunday eve-iMr and Mrs John Lavcock re- n~.. ~ ~Uu~ ~[n~N ~JAT [u~ I, ning after which the meeting was, turned to Keyser last week t~ re. bnARLg~ IUWN bugrtlUlll|L adjourned and the Reverend Mr. sume his studies at Potomac State Kieldsing presented another seg-College. ment in the life of St. Paul which Colonel and Mrs. E. F. Doane, the group has been studying as a of Charles Town, were visitors on continuing program. During the Saturday evening at the home of ( + EASY TO INSTALL inside or Outside Complete--72n x 36" Plastic Sheet with molding and nails. Mlrdwnro & Lumber Sto-- sverywnere rus Another ~ PJa#~ YOU CANNOT BUY A BETTER HEATING OILTHAN HEATING The premium-quality heat. ing oil that is eaono,m/mer/, and super-clean burnin~l pleasant social hour which fol-the latter's aunt and cousin, Mrs. lowed adjournment, delicious re- Bonn C. Crim and Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Firemen Kept Busy Firemen of the Independent and Citizen's Fire Companies were kept busy in the Summit Point neighborhood on Saturday evening, summoned first to a chimney fire at the home of Miss Meta Frazier about 5:45 and at about 11 o'clock to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer..In the latter instance an overheated flue caused a shower of burning particles to erupt from the chim- ney and the fire fighters were summoned as a precautionary measure because of the very high wind. No damage was reported in either incident. Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. James Glassford and children Jimmy,Genia and Debby, of Falls Church, Va., were recent visitors at the home of the farmer's moth- er, Mrs. S. C. Glassford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and children, Scotty and Terrie, of Berryville, Vs., were visitors on Sunday at the home of the for. mer's mother, Mrs. Thomas Shull and family. Congregational Meeting The annual congregational meeting of the Church of the Holy Spirit was held on Sunday evening in the school lunchroom with about thirty in attendance. Prior to the meeting a delicious and bountiful buffet supper was enjoyed and at its conclusion the meeting was called to order by the Reverend Will~am H. Kield- sing, who was designated as chairman to preside over the freshments were served by the hostess. On Duty in Germany A 1/C David Childs, who has been stationed at Langley Field near Norfolk, Vs., left on Wed- nesday of last week for a tour of duty wwith the U. S. Air Force. Prior to his departure he was on leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock, and in his honor his-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Johnson, en- tertained at a family dinner at their home near Berryville, Va., on New Year's Day. Those pres- ent, in addition to A 1/C Chllds were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beydler and children, Tony, Mitzi and Debby, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and family, Richard and Ann Wynn Childs John and Harry Laycock, all of Summit Point and Misses Daisy Sine and Sarah Hostler of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr and their small son, Gregory, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda, spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. and FOR QUICK DELIVERY, CJU.L Mrs. Lloyd Good and small daughter, Karen, at their home in Brucetown, Va. Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford entertained a group of friends and relatives at a dinner at their home on New Year's Day. Those present, in addition to their chil- dren, Bonnie, Talmadge and Sa- rah, were their mothers, Mrs. S. meeting. Several reports were C. Glassford and Mrs. Clifford heard, the budget for 1966 was Rowland, Miss Frances Coleman, adopted, and the vestry for the Mrs. John Marshall, Patti, Bobby comng year was elected, after and Tony Glassford, all of Sum- which the meeting was ad- mit Point and Miss Heater Row-I journed. Those who will serve land of Winchester, Vs. t as vestrymen during 1966 are Mr, and Mrs. Howard Fellers Messrs. Harold Hinton, Donald left on Friday evening to spend Glassford, Alexander Dunlop, several days visiting the farmer's Stewart Yarbro and Allen Glass- brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. ford. and Mrs. Richard Fellers in Oak Ridge, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fellers at their home in Nutley, N. J. Mrs. David Jenkins and chil- dren, Mary Susan, David Jr., and Doris Anne, of Front Royal, spent Wednesday of last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Burner. W.S.C~. M~ets/ The Women's Society of Chris- tin Service met on Wednesday evening of last week with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver and daughter, Judy, of Broadway, Va., were visitors on Sunday at the home of their son-in.law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Will and children, Larry, Jr., and Tint. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs., Stuart W. Crim at "Monte View' were the Misses Kathryn and Marie Trussell and Mrs. B. F. Humston, all of Charles Town. W.M.S. Meets The Women's Missionary Socie- ty of the Baptist Church met on Thursday evening at the home of Miss Mete Frazier with twelve memhers and guests in attend. ance. The meeting was opened with Devotions led by Mrs. Wood- row Drish and the lesson, which concerned the Baptist missionary work among the Indians .in New Mexico, was presented by Miss Frazier. A brief businesg session followed, after which the meeting was adjourned and a pleasant so. cial hour was enjoyed during Phone 725-7510 " Jerry Beydler at her home near Berryville, Va., and was attended KABLE OIL CO.,INC. by seven of the members. The Devotions and the evening's pro~ gram entitled "News That's Good DISTRIBUTOR News" were presented by Mrs. FULL HOUSE Is your home "bursting at the seams " with personal property acquired since your last insurance check- up? 'If so, it's time to check the contents cover. age under your present home insurance. Replace- merit costs of personal property have gone up and it may be necessary to up- date your coverage. H. S. CIA)PPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 "In every field there Is one outstgndlng value to which ell others are compared. 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I Remember, get the news first l kllhhl I~UIIV brating his birthdax. s.od. ~:o,':,-=. ]Mi~n~ ~aameS ~e~e]Cn~davgegrYea~l~lin the "good morning" Post-Gaz-i MII/IB.CWA/ On Saturday afternoon ~ r~'~lll~r~ ~ i ' . Y ] ette Fr cnvenient hme deliv"I. Kay Martm" of Ran'on's am tted from the hst of honor ery contact your local newspaper'" Mrs. Harry Shirley ....... . . students at Charles Town Junior I ...... ..... . .......... ......... :...:. Miss banay ~mg ann Jufly S [ -'6od Is Holy [ nigh ............ ~cnooi tar me seconu six ]'"" ......... ~ ]::~''L+~';':;::'~':'';:'>:'J':::'K