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AHEAD Buy It A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 ,* Ms. Alton Muse and son, Ken- ~ Albert Viands and daughters. ny, spent Sunday afternoon in Saturday evening callers with Charles Town visiting Mr. and Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sips and Mrs. Itelen Mrs. Irvin Hedges and nephew Bowers and son, Stephen. Mrs. ttenry McKee and daugh- ter, Karla Kaye, of Ranson, spent Sunday evening with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Marshall McAboy. Mrs. Ramon Grey and children, Meg and Ramon, of Shepherds- town, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and fam- ily, Sunday evening Meg re- mained over night with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. George Zombro, of Shepherdstown, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Walson and son, Gregory, of ttall- town. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Wright returned to their home in Nor- folk, Va., Sunday evening after spending the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Wright, of near Halltown. Mrs. Julia Viands Death Of Mr. Spaude Mr. George Jones received word last week that Mr. Milton Spaude had passed away in Mil- waukee, Wis. Milton was the nephew of Mr. Jones late wife and is survived by his wife, son and daughter and two sisters Misses Pearl and Myrtle Spaude all of Milwaukee His funeral was held on the eighth of January. Mr. Leonard Vanmeter of Mar tinsburg was a caller on Thurs- day with Mrs. Maude Smallwood and step son Amy. Mrs. Raymond Frazier and two children and her mother Mrs. Allie Hires the latter from North Carolina were Monday callers with Mrs Joe Milton Gregory Viands of Kearneysville and Mrs. Clematine Aits of Sterl- ing, Va. and Miss Ann Whipp of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and son Melvin Jr. and daughter Shirley spent the day Sunday with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs John Milton and family at Millville. Mrs. G. E. Webb Mr. Vernon Eackles, of Front Royal, Vs. spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. B. F. Eack- lee, in Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. George McCarthy and infant daughter Carol Lynn, of Beltsville, Md. spent the week end at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb and family in Bolivar. What a cold weekend with zero weather, predictions of snow, the coldest winds ever, and predict- ions of colder weather We hope not, sincerely. Mrs. Edna Duncan has been quite ill at her home in Shep- herdstown. She is the sister of Mrs. Hazel Eggborn, of Bolivar, Jackson St. Mr. Harry Duncan, husband of the former died a few weeks ago, at their home in Shep- herdstown. Friends and neighbors of Mrs. Edgar Dudrow of Bolivar are glad to know she is keeping well and getting along nicely, while visit- ing her son, Daniel Dudrow and family in Leonia, New Jersey. Mrs. Lula Fields, of Harpers Ferry, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bayer Fout, in Sandusky, Ohio. Many Attend Rites I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION The funeral of Mrs. Mina J. Mrs. Richard Viands and small Ran was very largely attended ..... when held last week The deceas- ..... ~ -r,,, .,. -s-'," ~aughw~ shPentmth~e~raYMrWse?:s" ed was very well known, and was or xour uonvennence our t anKlng rmurs -a~e ............. 2_ .... = n__" connected with many social affa- g ~L~tlyllal-t ailed IUllllly lIl J~dll ..... t~ ~.~ ,~-. =. T~ ~ '~ ~ ~" ~ son lrs and with business of different very Tloay l lgnt zrom a lo ~ r. Ms ;'; ........... ,,h kinds Her large circle of friends mrs. ~loert vlanas anu aaus,- and nei-hbor~ end frie,,n~ .,m I ter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs miss" ~" ?. ......... " ner greauy . -, Doanld Hovermale were in Mar- The last business n- social t .~ ~ [tinsburgon Tuesday visiting meeti-~,- ~h~ ur ~ a ~ ,.* *ho |~,~ -'~ ~'~ ~-~ friends Boliv "'~" ~; ?:'~ ': : ~"~Y" ~''" ...... --"~'" V--'--~ . " . .. ... .. ar lviemomst t~nurcn was "~rrrr~ w~r.hes~nr~ fl~rs. ~a.y .marcusheld at the Church, and the next ~" --vt/~b, ~ w to ~vuamza ~m. meetin wi ....1 ...... g II oe ne o mere in tie SERVICE 1~__ last week with friends and were near future ...... ~ to return on Wednesday. TheirStork Shower Given /~'~k ~A~-K~ ~ two children spent the time with ~ ~,,,~t. ..... ~ ~ their -rand-arents .7, ~,~,,,,, ~nower was gLven at ~{l ]k"~ ~ " -. ~ . P.~ ~-. ... the home of Mr and Mrs David ~~z.~ ~e~ I Mr. ana Ivtrs. i)onala ~over. Jones "n Bolivar ~'- - , I , on ~aturaay /'~V~ [male and children spent Satur-i-h ..... ~ ,~,,~, a .... h*A. a,..~ ---- day with his parents, Mr and 1V/e :''~"\"??'" '~2's''~" Y--~: ....... ". . rvm t~aruett ana nusoana, oI ~i::in~iyue ~pears m t~erKetey Gaithersburg, Md. Quite a group m I s~" .......... of young folks former school I gMl~:s ~lva vlanus anu aaugnters Fair, in HarriSburg Pa., on Mon Mrs. Elmer Wright had the offer- rB~?t:YmHiVe:n~al~andd:r~ f~J~o~Y:!/e:d]i~d,~:~e pfresent, to Illllil II ~,tlll~l Ida,. atory prayer. There were fifteen Viands attended a Stanley lgarty ........ , _ o.Mr..and nall/llwN [Church Women Meet members in attendance. The lee- at tha hnmo of Mr~ 14arty ,~hir , lvirs, uavm l~oian(1, Bonvar ]s a ilnanmv ts i ............. ~nn fh#a mnnth svse "A ~h.voh nf ,- - .-.':7:':7 ......... ~ .... ~. ..... " atient in the Charles Town, Gen ....... I ~ne women at me kialltOWn 7y*'..- ..... ~ ..... , ,,,.o .,. v,,,~ ...... Jey at ~wiameway on Tnursaay. P,o~ tr.o~;,~] Mrs. uernar~ utt [Presbyterian Church met January ~wr~smna~'Yd~';:P~e" fo~r:l~:n?ersm:: Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son "'~rs.~"i~i~r~ey Mac Caniford, of Ml~y~t~~:~~l~f[ 10 at the home of Mrs. Nathaniel ..... , ...... Marvin and his daughters Gaselia Harpers Ferr,, is in Norman Gre " xne ClOSlng was The worker s :, *-- ~'^-^ '~ ..... n^'" Mr Don I y. The president, Mrs. Rob- ~. ......... and Lmda were Saturday evemngf)aklabnma talrin~r a tt~r ..... tr, ~,vx~-~ x~o~e ~uu~t ey, era er ...... ~, "" " " ert She " y ~urmg me social nour . --- , ................ of rman, was m charge of the. callers w~th her grandson, Mr. trai i aid Courtney and son, Tommy, ] e ....... deheious refreshments were .............. n ng course at Oaklahoma COUR 11 ooaru meeting anu con- ana lvlrs, francis amauwoou anQ - - Ranson, were supper guests of l ............. served by the hostess Mrs Gray ............ University, in preperation for uuctea me oevoHons Mrs James " - , --" IalIllly in ~anson Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboyl ................ " .---The February meeting will be a- ...... " ..... work at the new tranmg course. watson, cucie chairman, presl a ~wr ttussell uelauuer ot ~ee ..... and sons Monday evemng. ] .. . cm covered dish supper with the ...." ............ When the course ~s finished she Mr. Lester Moler ,of Halltown,. [over me ousmess meeting of the meeting and film later. This will ~ayeaven~:;PwPi~ ~esto~ l~Irs" will fly to San Antonio, Texas, to Mr. Edwin Lee Demory and neph. Icircm. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey up- be on Monday, February 14. Nelson BushSMr Mort'in Grimes visit her brother-in-law and sister 'ened with ra er and the secre ... . Dr and Mrs. William Robertson ews, Larry Osborne, and JohnI P Y -- Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Tues- and son Blaine of near town Mrs Caniford and Mrs Robertson Demory, of Shepherdstown, at !tary, Mrs. Raymond Parks, read day in Ranson at the home of her were callers on Friday evening, are the daughters of Mr and Mrs tended the Pennsylvania State the minutes of the last meeting, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Miss Susan Rissler spent the Lloyd Hou-h of Har-ers F~r,~, " Mrs Kenneth Anders and familyweekend with her narents, Mr ..,'_ _ ~=: . . v ,~ ,~. . . r " *l*nanKs '1o uaptam Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and Mrs. Lew~s Rlssler and dau "Pho ~irl ......... :-~- .... '-^ hter Jane "u a br ...... o_ ~o,~ w~, w ta~,e and son, Jeffrey, of Dargan, Md., g ~ s n ougnt a class this opportunity to thank Donald were Tuesday supper guests ofmate home from the Keyser State ' his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Mar- College, Miss Sandy Price from shall McAboy and sons. Lewisburg, W. Va. and Miss Pat Mr. and Mrs. Steiner Michel- ricia Rissler was also home from sen, of Rockville, Md., are receiv- Washington, D. C. ing congratulations on the birth Friday visitors with Mrs. Will- of a baby girl on January 10,tam Dillow Jr. were Mrs. Charles weighing six pounds, 10 ounces, Shaw and daughter Karen and and has been named Barbara Mrs. Stella Sealock of Paris Vir- Lynn. Mrs. Michelsen is a niece ginia. Tends and Tana Dillow of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell, both are on the sick list of Halltown. Sunday callers with Mrs. Julia Viands and grandson Glenn were ~~~ .Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and Williams,family visitedsr., andMr" and Mrs. Ellis children of Middleway and Mr. /~~$ and Mrs Albert Viands of the son, Donald, of ..~::~:~ Ranson, on Tuesday evening Bloomer~,, Mr. and Mrs. Albert ~~~)" Mrs. Marshall McAboy attended Viands and daughters Mary and [(~~~!(~" a stork shower on Wednesday Nancy were dinner guests on Sun ~l~l~ evening at the home of Mrs. Ed- day with their son-in-law and ~i:~:i!:i:i.~ die Ahalt in Ranson in honor of daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald ~~ daughter, Mrs. Barbara Writt Hovermale and family at Leetown her of Ranson. Bridal Shower A bridal shower was given for Mrs. Granville Wright Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. El- mer Wright near Halltown. Those attending the shower were Mes. dames Lester Meier, James Wat- son, William Blackford, Elmer Wright, William Hook, Edwin Clevenger, Nathaniel Gray, Ber- nard Ott, of Halltown, Harry Dinges, Joseph Ranalli, Edward Moler, Randolph Crites, Martin rimes, of Charles Town, Roman Grey, of Shepherdstown, Joseph Ranalli, of Millville, Maurice Pope, William Shiley, also of Halltown, Misses Sharon Cleven- ger, Charlotte Pope, of Halltown. Those sending gifts but not pres- ent were Mesdames Frank St- mona, Ellwood Bowers, Alec. Costello, Raymond Parks, Alton Muse, Earl Peacher, Miss Doro- thy Bowers and the guest of hon- or, Mrs. Wright. Games were played during the evening. After opening her gifts,, everyone was invited to the dining room for re- freshments of punch, coffee, i cookies, nuts and mints served by the hostesses, Mesdames Harry Dinges, Joseph Ronalla, Martin Grimes, Nathaniel Grey, David Penwell. Mrs. Wright received many lovely gifts and a wonder- ful evening was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Wallace Ott spent Friday in Ranson with her father, Mr. Ellis Williams, Sr., who is ill. Please .... To The .... l" Enter My Subscription .... To The .... N~me ........................................ Address ...................................... ...., .,,o,....,..,,,..,,,.,...,,....o...,...o. USE THIS COUPON AND JUST SEND $4.00 PLUS 12 CENTS TAX IN WEST VIRGINIA Mrs. Mary Frye of Point of Rocks, Md., and Mr. Leonard Joy of Knoxville, Md. were Sunday visitors with the former daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow and daughters. Sunday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son of Millville and Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and sons from near town, Karen MaGaha their little grand daughter is spending Monday with them while her parents are attending a funeral of their aunt Mrs. Gone at Shepherdstown. Mrs. Thelma Parker and two children of Manasas, Va. were weekend callers with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson. Mr. Bohbie Ware attended the Fair of the F. F. A. on Friday which was held in Harrisonburg, Pa. Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daughters Joyce and Bonnie were Saturday callers with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kabletown. Mrs. Helen Shirley and daugh- ters .Judy of Middleway were Wednesday evening callers with her mother Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were Saturday evening callers with his brother in-law an dsister Mr. and Mrs. Odis James in Ran- son. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Mannings were Sunday visitors with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eackles for being captain of the Girl Scout Fund Drive here in town. Mrs. George Hough has registe red as the leader for Brownie Girl Scout Troop No. 436. Mrs. Edward Garten has registered as the assistant leader The troop committee members are Mrs. John Heafer, Miss Beatrice Mis- kimen and Mrs. Elmer Davidson. Mrs. Robert Munck is the lead- er for the Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 422. The troop com- mittee members are Mrs. Charles Butts, Mrs. Merle Wiltshire, Mrs. Joseph Prentice and Mr. Robert Munck. Mrs. Archie Franzen is leader for Cadette Girl Scout Troop No. 427. The troop committee mem- bers are Mrs. Benjamin Morgan, Mrs. Marcus Rutherford and Mrs. Raymond Biller. The scouts are sponsored by the Woman's Club of the Harpers Ferry District. At the present time all the meetings are being held at the homes of the leaders. Cadette Troop No. 427 has corn pleted the ten week course of self improvement and social dane UL'|CTRIC Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725.5113 ing with Mrs. Kenneth Cavalier, Jr. Mrs. Mary B. Furr Mr. and Mrs. Charles Upright and family of Leetown, visited Mr. Leon Upright Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Sisk, were dinner guests Sunday of Sp/5 and Mrs. Charles Clemmons and fam- ily at Fort Ritchie, Md. Mrs. Ed Chrisman was a caller Friday night with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Elmo Hannas entertained the Hatchery Bridge Club at her home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and daughters had as their guests Thursday evening for supper Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner and Mrs. Ann Gardner. Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. was a visitor Saturday after noon with his mother, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. Robert Chapman and two daughters of Baltimore, Md. were visitors Sunday with his mother Mrs. Viola Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and daughter Sandra of Arnel, Va. were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Lupton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove. The Aid Society of the Leetown Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Fritts SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 Friday night January 28 with truers parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Warren Collis leader. ] Grove. 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