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noon, Jan. 15, for choir practice. lm tR| ~ i~ mi,L| In case of snow, practice will be li l ltl Wll cancelled. Employees of the Valley Well Marianna Smallwood Drilling Company have been dig- .......... ging several wells in nearby vicin- ....................... lty and one m the village for Mll- ip Service t ton Rouss. This was one of ex- ,~orship Service will be con-' cellent flow as after digging 187 d Sund,v ]~-ar- 16 at i feet th ecapacity of approximate- _ "'"-L'_ ~Z-~': ~ ,: :' % ~ ly 100 gallons to the minute was a. m wlm ~unaay ~cnool .... i- " .......... reached.The drllhng outfit Is ng at Iv O'CLOCK Tne cnH- in has Bros who operated by S g s ., Will meet Saturday after- have offices in Middleburg and Berryville, Va., with a representa- tive in Charles Town. Assisting with the operation beside the op- erators were Lawrence Buckner RANSON. W. VA. ~at. Jan. 13-15 Taylor - Richard Burton SANDPIPER" IN TECHNICOLOR "BANZO" Thursday John Myers, both of Berryville, and John Myers who is on, a leave from San Antonio, Texas, and who is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Myers near Charles Town. Vincent Terry, of Baltimore, Md., spent several days last week with B. Frank Hill and family, Valley View. Karl Kohout who has been vis- iting his parents who reside near Dover, Dela., has returned to Val- ing the evening they received a phone ,call from David who is stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. Mr. and Mrs Ellis Costello, of Summit Point', Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and daughter, Kathy, were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor. Mrs. Nathan Woodward, her three daughters, Sonnly Carter, all of Martinsburg, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Sr., of Martinsburg, visited their son, Thomas Wolford and family on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thompson, son, Billy, of Charles Town, were Sunday visitors of his father, Mr. Marshall Thompson and family. Steve and Dwight Hanline, gui- tarists, of Berryville, entertained a group of local folks Saturday night in the Johnson Grocery. Later in the evening they were invited to the home of Bob White where they also performed. Bob and Steve are coemployees in the Wisecarver Service Station, Ber- 'l Newspapers continue to reach the greatest number of Americans with news, accord- ing to a Gallup Poll conduct- ed by the American Institute Public Opionion. In the third Gallup survey on the place of the newspaper in American life, 71 percent said they "read a newspaper yesterday" as compared to 58 percent that listened to news on radio and 55 perecent that looked at television coverage. "Anay- lisis of the figure by groups reveals even greater advant- ages in terms of actual cove- rage of the newspaper in reaching better educated and higher income groups," the report said. and Mr. Lee Rollison were busi- "11..I.. .J'. PA$1 " WUl [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSONF MER'S ADVOCATE ndss visitors in Hagerstown, Md., [ UMlly mll I THuRSi)AY, JANUARY" i3, 1966 B-'7 Friday evening. I ---2 -~ .. I Mrs Nettle Staubs was a visi- n or I e tor on Thursday evening with her~ ~e ~mo ~= L~ ~ r ~[ Church School at 9:45 a. m. for f Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Fri- aunt, Mrs Sarah Garrett Mrs .... ..... - - [adults, young men and women,[day, Children s choir practice at Garrett has been on the sick list 'using uods ~ifts, will t~eland children; Donald W. Snyder, 14:00 p. m. Saturday, Catechism but is feeling better at this writ- the sermon subject Sunday, mornl Superintendent. Senior High Lut-I classes at the parsonage at 9:00, ing ing, Jan. 16, at the 8:30 and 11] her League meets at 6-30 p m [ m:t~ ann ll:ou a. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Love, of near a. m. services at St. Thomas Luth/Monday, general meeting of Lut:l - - :-' ' ~ - Charles Town, were, v~s~tors Sun: eran Church in Ranson, it was lheran Church Women at the[ Attend ~lurc~ ~~ oay of the ~ormers sister ano ,, brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs. G. C. announced Monday by the Rev.[ home of Mrs. O. S. Bloom at 6:301 Pearl " Richard E. Neal, Pastor. [p. m.; the covered dish supper[ ~ / ~,~~ , Mr" Paul Garrett has been quite Nursery held during worshiP[will be followed by a business[ ~e~{] I~e ~}D~-~{]~oc~Te busy the past week,doing his best for pre-school children Sunday/meeting and progran~ Thursday, I __~ to get rid of the flu. Best of ' ...... ----- luck, Mr Garrett. It is very diffi- cult to entertain the "flu." Hope you will soon be okay again. Mrs. Estelle Wilt was a surgical patient in Charles Town General Hospital. He is getting along fine and ready to return home. Best of luck Estelle. Mrs. George Talton and daugh- ter, Sharon, and Mrs. Georgia Piper were visitors Tuesday eve- ning of Mr. and Mrs. Humphry Wilt. Death of Mr. McDaniel ley View farm where he is em- ryville. l0 A. M. ONLY ploycd by B. Frank Hill. Major C. D. (Bill Boyer), Mrs. Mr. George Wines and familyBoyer and their two sons arrived Miss Lfllian Myers ' rHE SLAVE" moved this past week from the last week at ShannonPark, the K~E*:;,~g~i~'-~.~~ COLOR -- With Steve Reeves Moffatt farm near Wecliffe Church, Va., to the Henry Deen home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -- Charles DeForrest Boyer, Sr. Recent Guests farm owned by Dr. H. B. Lang- They had been living for several Mrs. Roland Andrews and chil- [on..Tue:t. Jan. 16-17-18 don. Mr. Wineshas been a patient years in Okinawa where he! dren, Ginger, Mac and Bill, of in the Newton Baker VA Hospi- served the last phase of the USAS Havre De Grace, Md., Mr. and Peeppard - Sophia Loren tal for two weeks, in the Aifforce into which he en- Mrs. David Fletcher, Aberdeen, eat Spy Mission" Larry Foster, of near Middle- listed in 1942. We welcome the Md., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boyd, Ar. Name: "Operation Oxbow" way where his parents, Mr. and family into the community, lington, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Sidney IN TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Loring Foster and family re- Charles Redmond, son of Mr. Beerwell, and daughters, Marsha cently moved from near Shenan- doah Junction to the Emmet and Mrs. Wilbur Redmond, of and Barbara, Annadale, Va., and Jan. 19-20 Boyd farm, visited over the past Ranson, who were former resi- Mr. Douglas Egle, Aberdeen, Md., weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert dents of the village, left for Fort were recent guests of Mrs. Oscar Suzanne Pleshette Williams and family of Rose Hill Jackson, S. C., on Monday for in- Seal. Dillman-Ben Gazzarafarm. duction into the Armed S'ervice. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sammons "A Rage To Live" TheYoung Couples Organiza- tion of the Asbury Methodist :AI}ULT ENTERTAINMENT-- Church, Charles Town, met Sun- day night at the home of Mr. and --- Mrs. Thomas Wolford. Rev. Wil- Winners Of Christmas Lighting Contest In and children, of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kisner, of Martinsburg, were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper and We were very sorry to hear of liams, pastor of the church, was present to conduct the studdy of $hepherdstown Ustd the Book of Acts. On Monday, Mrs. Richard Sny- The following is a list of the der, Charles Town, accompanied winners in the Christmas Light- Mrs. Thos. Wolford and son, Stu- ing Contest sponsored by the art, to Winchester where the for- Shepherdstown Woman's Club. A mer kept an appointment with few changes have been made in her physicmn and visited her hus- the categories because there were band who is a patient at Winches- no contestants for some of the ter Memorial Hospital. original ones. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dillow, of 1. Most attractive doorway -- Dry Bridge farm, completed ne- Albert Kave. gotiations on Monday relating to Honorable mention goes to Ed- their purchasing a lot on 10th ward Rodgers and Tom Barrick. Avenue, Ranson, which adjoins a 2. Most original doorway --Mrs. the death of Thomas McDaniel who passed away Wednesday in a hospital in York, Pa. He had been in very poor health for quite some time. He was the son-in-law of Mrs. Sarah Garrett, of Chestnut Itill. Burial will be Monday in the Edge Hill Cemetery. We ex- tend to the family our deepest sympathy. Timmy Wayne Grove Also sorry to hear of the death of little Timmy Wayne Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Grove. He had been in very poor health and passed away Saturday in the Charlottesville Hospital in Vir- ginia. We of this community ex- tend to the family our very deep- est sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. William Piper en- tertained at their home in honor of their daughter, Robin's ninth children, of Waynesboro, Va., birthday. Those having a part in have returned home after having this celebration were Mr. and visited her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. William Piper and daughter, Josie Southard. The friends of Mrs. Southard are glad to know she is improving after having been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sammons and children in Washington. The W.M.S. of the Uvilla Meth- odist Church had their meeting at the home of Mrs. Mary Gray- sonhere on Friday night at 7:30 Evone, and Judy and Gary Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and Miss Linda and Teresa and David and Gary Piper. Mr. and Mrs. William Longerbeam, of Charles Townw, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Grove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daugh- ter, Diane, Mrs. Essie Lancaster Teddy Jackson, Lee Rollinson Fred Ashbaugh. Randy and Talton and Cindy Wilt. Every one with a good attendance. enjoyed this get4ogether and a dwelling and two lots which they already possess. Mr. and Mrs. Nelsofl White, REGISTER NOW! Beverly, Bruce and Terry Carroll 1 spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. IN.A-CHARGER" White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Grove, Berryville. _SWEEPSTAKES Miss Charlotte Heishman, of Lover's Leap Farm and friend evening of see Jr.- -- new leailer of the Rebellion --- CHARGER! II I you're here--let us sign up in our big "Win.A- SMITH MEMORIAL Sweepstakes! H o w Josephine Miller. Mrs. Oscar Seal was a recent delicious luncheon was served. 3. Most attractive porch decor- gueest of her brother-in-law and ration -- John F. Smith. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry 4. Most original yard -- John in Charles Town. MrS. Fannie Brown Batten Lowe, Jr. Mrs. Robert Eilertson and Miss 5. Most attractive yard--Will- Evelyn Huddle, of Washington, Did [[I ~onolulu, H~w~ii# iam L. Dean. visited their and 6. Prettiest Window -- William I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Was I -P tu B. Snyder. Mrs. Ray Seal entered Kings .e..n0 m., 0unq ~ ,. " " 1_ ind~w--Lyle Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg, o. r,en s w,s.,o Wor a .eoe ve . 8. Best outdoor tree -- John her a complete recovery, here Tuesday of the death in Hon- Robert Billmyer. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore olulu of Mrs. Fannie Lee Brown Runner up--John L. Egle. and little nephew, of Brunswick, Batten, widow of Dr. Grover A. 9. Most.original housefront -- Md., spent last Wednesday with Batten. Miss Gladys Hartzell. her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Batten was a daughter of can you get? CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. E. WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-2096 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. San. 6-3t- FUNERAL HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director 304 West Washington St. Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night The Woman's Club of Shep- herdstown expresses sincere ap- preciation to the three impartial judges who have asked that their names be withheld. Attend Church Sunday Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate Snyder. Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mrs. Clayton Talton and son, Alfred, of Hamilton, Va., were dinner guests Sunday of the for- mer's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and Mrs. Georgia Piper. Mr. and Mr~ William Wilt have returned home after spending the weekend with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie An- gelo, of Burke, Va. Mr. Mearle Wilt has been real busy these past few days due to real winter weather. Just a tiny snowstorm, and of course this makes the weather rather cool. Mr. Wilt has been busy with his wood and at last the folks were rather comfortable. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter, Cindy, Miss Linda Piper THAT'S ALL This is the actual size of the new "Sonotone Wisp" hearing aid compared with an ordinary peanut. It weighs only of an ounce, including the battery. It's a wisp of a hearing aid worn entirely at the ear, with a tube running to an eartip, Women cover it with a men just tuck it in place. PP-169 ., .,. ............... SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ' .............. ROY R. FURR, Manager RANSON, W. VA. 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown DIAL 725-5221 REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725.5391 the late S. Howell and Annie Lee Wager Brown. She was born at "Oakland" Jefferson County. She attended Stephenson Fe- male Seminary and the Charles Town Public Schools - in which she later taught. Tile family moved to Charles Town from "Oakland" after the death of her father. They built and occupied a home on South Mildred Street. S. Howell Brown, Mrs. Batten's father, was the most noted Car- tographer of Jefferson County and was an official map maker for the Confederate Army where he made a distinguished contribut ion to records of the Civil: War period. It was while teaching in the public school that she met and married Mr. Grover A. Batten, Nov. 16, 1915. He was also a mem- ber of the faculty. Mr. Batten later resigned as a teacher and entered Johns Hopkins Univer- sity school of Medicine. Upon his graduation they went to Honolulu Dr. Batten engaged in the practice of medicine. He later became head surgeon in Doctors Hospital there. Dr. Batten died some years ago. Mrs. Batten is survived by a son Dr. Grover H. Batten and a dau- ghter, Mrs. Warren Mitchell both of Honolulu and six grandchild- ren. The following sisters sur- vive. Mrs. Ara (Hattie} Smith and Mrs. Kenneth (~ary) Pennie both of Culpeper, Virginia and Mrs. Percy (Sallie) Edmonds of Pitts- burgh. The burial sorvice and inter- ment took place in Honolulu. WVU To Offer Course In Journaflsm At Shepherd College West Virginia University will offer a journalism course for graduate credit in Shepherds- town for the first time next se- mester. The WVU Extension Division has just announced that registrat- ion will be at 7 p. m., Thursday, January 27 in the Administration Building at Shepherd College. In order for the class to be formed, at least 13 persons must enroll. Dr. Guy H. 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