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February 17, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim --- Phone 725-7777 P.T.A. Meets The Parent-Teachers Associa- tion met at the school on Wed- nesday evening of last week with about eight of the members in at- tendance. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mr. Stewart Yarbro and several mat-i Mr. David Rowland, of Lunch- ters of importance were dis- ] burg, Va., and his aunt, Miss Hes- cussed inclu(iing plans to serve]ter Rowland, of Winchester, Va., dinner to the South Jefferson Ru- ] were visitors on Saturday at the ritan Club in April and to oper-]home of the former's brother-in- ate the eye machine at the school ] law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don. l ald Glassford and children, Ben- sometime in March. At conclu- Inie, Talmadge and Sarah. sign of these discussions the meeting was adjourned, i Valentine Party Mrs. James H. Snyder was the I The pupils of the Summit Point guest speaker at the World Serv-Jschool were entertained by the ice Day program which was held]home room mothers at a Valen- J tine party at the school on Men- on Sunday morning at the Evan"daYi gelical United Brethren Church afternoon. The hostesses for !n Inwood, taking as her subject, ithe party were Jack Bane and Go Forth... ;ncommlssloned. ~Mrs. Jerry Bane, who entertained y I i i You Should See All The Big Values Ready For You Here. Shop 'Today And Everyday At IN CHARLES TOWN Always Plenty Of F-R-E- PARKING For Our Customers At Rear Of Store L I the new |IEi]L.EFI M, D rk IT /kS WALL FURNACE eliminates need for ordinary chimney! Here's low-cost, automatic gas heat for closed-in porches, breezeways, garages or any room in the house. It pins right on the wall takes practically xto spac at all and it's vented through the wall. If you're handy, it's as easy to i atall as a ga$ clothee dryer. D FAIRFAX BLVD. PHONE 725-2921 ---SUPERTANE GAS--- CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA L i i H ntr , J L the first grade, Mrs. James Dunn and Mrs. Thomas Henry, home room mothers of the third gradeS, Mrs. Stewart Yarbro and Mrs. Robert Light, the fourth grade and Mrs. Harvey H: Ker- cheval who was the hostess for the f~fth and sixth grades. The youngsters enjoyed a very pleas- ant afternoon during which a val. entine exchange was held and de- licious refreshments were served by their hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson, of Middleway, were visitors on ~~ for a new charter. Membership was also discussed and all boys b~ween the ages of 11 and 18 are welcome to join this troop. The Mrs. G. E. Webb meetings are held the first and third Thursdays of every month. ~.~