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F I 11111 ii You can be the DIRECTOR ... of how your estate property is to be distributed. But only if you have a Will that reflects your wishes. If you already have a Will, drawn some time ago, are all the significant changes in the status of your family reflected in that vital paper? IT'S THE PART OF WISDOM TO REVIEW YOUR WILL WITH YOUR LAWYER PERIODICALLY. FOR COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE, SEE US. A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION * C We AreNow Paying 3 Percent on Savings Accounts trier eou. in, Mervil T. RoWla d,T Albert ViantL place rmar the (;errardstown, suffered a stroke at his home on Wednesday dur- ing the blizzard. The doctor was una'ble to reach him until the next day. The latest report is that he is showing some improvement. The patient had shoveled snow several hours previous to his illness. Mrs. Walter Burdick, Elkins, reports to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tIoward O. Bush that her son, Porgie Nelson, will return to his home Friday following sur- gery in the West Virginia Uni- versity tIospital. Ite is in a cast after being in traction since the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Merle LaRue and children, of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grey, their daughter, Libby, of Ranson, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dillow and family. Mr. David Heishman, Sr.: his granddaughter, Roxanne Viands of Lover's Leap Farm, Mr. and Mxs. tiarold Grey, Ranson, were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. David Heishman, Jr., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mercer. Chert Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson, of Front Royal, formerly of this vil- lage, suffered injury last Thurs- day at Radford College where she is a freshman During the period between classes she and her roommate were in their dorm room when the accident occurred. Her roommate was using a hot- plate which developed a short cir- cuit. Jerking the plate from the socket, it fell on the floor. Chert who was lying on the bad, jumped up and stepped on the hot object badly burning her foot. After getting treatment at the college infirmery pieces of the coil were~ removed from the foot. Anti te- tanus injections were adminis- tered. Her parents went to see her on Friday. With assistance she is able to report to her classes. Mrs. Julia Viands Miss Susan Rissler and school- mate, Sue Lough of the Keyser State Eollege spent the weekend with Susan's parents, Mr. and ,~_,S.F~I~VIC~.,A_~ Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughter, BANK Jane. Their daughter, Pat, from ~~ Washington, was also home for the weekend. Mrs. Lewis Rissler took their daughter, Susan, and.' friend back to Keyser on Sunday OF INTEREST TO ALL IN TH ABLETOWN COMMUNITY By Mrs. Marianna Smallwood -- Phone 725-5707 Members of the local W.S.C.S. in conjunction .with that of Rip- are reminded of the course of pen last Tuesday night when Mr. study of the Book of Acts which T. A. Lowery, Superintendent of will be taught by Mrs. C. S. Reck- ley Tuesday night at 7:30, Feb. 22 at the home of Mrs. Douglas White, Jefferson Terrace. Mem- bers of the Oakland Church will also attend. This will be a very informative and interesting study such as the one of Genesis proved to be last year. Early morning worship serv. ice will be held Sunday, Febru- ary 20. Mrs. Paul Clendening, Mrs. Frank Howell, Mrs. Thomas Wol- Jefferson County Schools, spoke on the oncoming election pertain- ing to the levy. Pamphlets giving information pertaining to the levy were distributed. Anyone wising to have one of these may gel one from the office. Mrs. Henry Clipp received word that his brother-in.law, M/S Ray McQuinn who has been sta- tioned at Fort Meade, Md., leaves for Vietnam on February 22. The Kabletown Church Memo- rial Fund has received a gift from ford, Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes attended the P.T.A. meeting held Howard B. (Sonny) Bush writes to his parents from Germany where he arrived after a nine- hour flight from Fort Dix. His address is now: Pvt. Howard B. Bush, A Btry 6th Bn 62d Arty, Ape, Ny, Ny, 0917S. Harold William is the name given the six pound one ounce baby boy who was born in the Charles Town General Hospital Feb. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grey. Mrs. Grey is the former Miss Doris Heishman, was re- moved from her parents' home on Mount Hammond lane by heli- copter to the hospital during the blizzard several hours before the infant was born. The Grey fam- ily have moved to ~heir trailer on Fourth Avenue, Ranson. From November 1 they had resided with her parents,,~* Mr. and Mrs. David Heishman, Sr., on Lover's Leap Farm. Harold was recently discharged from the U. S. A, S. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey in after serving four years. memory of Mr. Herman Liskey. The local W. S. C. S. will hold a CLEANEST rummage sale Thursday and Fri- day, Feb. 18 and 19 in the J. Russell Fritts building. Mr. and Mrs. William Clipp and children, of Martinsburg, spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howell. Milton Rouss has purchased a 1966 Plymouth. On Saturday he figured in an auto accident in the Wicliffe Church vicinity ,when due to the condition of roads his car and the one driven by William Kesner collided. No one was injured. In the near future a paper drive will be sponsored by the lo- cal church. Interested persons may contact Harry Heskett or Johnson's Grocery. ,Mrs. Clarence Smallwood re- ceived word this past week that NO TIME LIMIT tEE REPLACEMENT GUARANTEEI Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5113 evening. Mrs. Margaret Williams remains a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. She was to re- turn home last week but she has not been doing sO well: Mr and Mrs. Donald Johnson, of Cl~arles Town, visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and family on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mieker- son, of Front.Royal, were guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and~ Mrs. John Armstrong and son a couple of days. They were called down by the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Penwell of Murrill Hill. My deep- est sympathy goes out to the family. Miss Melody Herndon, of Ard- more, Md., is spending some time with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Fritts. Mr. Leonard Fritts, of Charles Town, was a caller on '~Vednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Mr. Albert Viands left Monday: morning for Harrisburg, Pa., where the Peoples Supply is send- ing him to school. Sunday callers upon Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son, Jackie, of Rom- ney, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children, Judy, Debbie, Har- ry, Jr., Bobby, Donald Lee and Rusty, Mr. Donald Hovermale, of Leetown, Mrs. Cofa Foster, of Charles Town, Misses Mary and Nancy Viands of the Bloomery. Mrs. Maude Smallwood was a caller Friday night of her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and family in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands, of Harpers Ferry, and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children, of Lee- town were Sunday visitors With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands at the Bloomery. Mrs. William Woodward and children, of Bakerton, were Sun- day night callers upon her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs.,I~Iarry Ashby and grandson, Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children, of Leetovra, were Monday callers upon the fat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands aand family. They also stopped by to see their grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Josephine Johnston was at! her father's, Mr. Milton Popkins, on Friday evening. Mr. Popkins left by train Saturday morning to visit Mrs. Popkins in the Charles Town Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bush, of Arlington, ' Ya.,' were" callers on Thursday of his brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. "Nelson Bush. Miss Debbie Shirley, of Middle- way, spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Miss Judy Shirley is spending this week. Mr. Glenn Viands who has been with me since last March is entering the Army to- day, Monday. Mr. Harry Wiles, of Loudo~ Heights, Va., was a caller on Wednesday of his son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and family. Mr. Hall Thomson who lives at FIREMAN OIL FURNACE OR BOILER See tim w fe glove demonstration So clean that it bums without a trace of smoke, soot or carbon from the moment of ignition. So efficient that users report fuel skvings of I dollar out of 3. Virtually service proof; quality engi- neering eliminates up to ~NY'~ of the ausca for service calm. See this new, better way to heat with oil, So new and different it makes any other oilheating wasteful ! FREE ESTEVlATES ON YOUR ..... HEATING NEEDS ..... PHONE 725-7021 ....THE West Virginia Charles Town, Bloomery has been very ill. His daughter, Clara, came after him on Wednesday and he was taken to the hospital in Manassas, Va., ! but sent the neext day to the hos-~ pital in Charlottesville, Va. Mrs. Thomson who accompanied her husband to Manassas returned home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Jack,n, of Mar- lowe, and daughter, Mrs. Lester Viands, of Romney, gave Glenn Viands a going away dinner on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jack- son. Mr. Lester Viands and Jackie spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Julia Viands. They attended the dinner. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son, [ Marvin, were callers on Saturday upon her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and grandsons, David and Irvin in Hedgesville. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were recent callers of their broth- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Odis James in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton visited her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Painter at Kearneysville on Friday night. Mrs. Mary Cline returned to her home on Tuesday from the :Mr. t.aialt Slmon aVt nded the] SPIRIT OF 3EFFERSON basketball game between W. Va.l,~t~Tlr~qnAv ~B~VARY 17 and Maryland Saturday evening[ .................. ' in College Park, Md. ] .......... Mrs Mable Perks 102 Mt Patrol tram me cnurcnes nere wm De Ave.'is a patient the Charles/present.. ........ Tnwn O, en ral Ho nital was| mrs. tslarence wmgnt spent taken t-here" by am~bulance~M'on"-" last week with her sister, Mrs. Robert Welch, in Charles Town. day, Hope she will be back home real soon. Mr. Floyd Simons visited his father, Mr. Ernest Simons and family Friday evening who has been quite ill. Monday callers at the home of Mrs. Lucille Brown and Mrs. Glad ys Pulse were, Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Anderson and family, Mrs. Dai~ Deavers, Mrs. Elsie Maye and son Johnny, Mrs. Lewis Jenk ins and' Mrs. Anna Mae Brown. Mrs. Ann Dillow spent Wednes day with Mrs.' Daisy Dearer. Mrs. Shirley Monroe and dau- ghter, Pamela have been on the sick list. Miss Lillian Myers General Hospital where she had a bad fall at her home about two weeks ago. Glad to hear she is Landseaphaig Meeting getting along real good. Mr. Clifford Collier, State Ex- tension specialist.landscape ar- :~ : *. :~ll~ltg~ll~ chiteet, will be in Jefferson County on Feb. 22. A meeting will be held at the Community Center at 7:30 that evening for Mrs. Floyd Simons those who desire to know more about landscaping the ground : ~ = ~: .... around the church buildings. The Mrs. Jaunita Chamblin and sons churches are asked to indicate to of Middleway, spent Sunday with Mrs. Marion Myers if anyone her mother Mrs. Daisy Deavers. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and family were Friday evening guests of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Roby of Winchester, Va. The Women Society of The Peoples Gospel Tabernacle met at the home of Mrs. Lee Brown Tuesday evening at 7:30 p. m. wRh eleven members present. Mrs. Wanda Ring and daughter. of Middleway spent Saturday with her sister Mrs. Gladys Pulse who has been quite ill the last week. The weekend guest of Miss Sha Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sammous, in Washington. Mr. Carson Jenkins and Mi- chael Yager, of Stanley, Va., spent the weekend with Mrs. Os- car Seal. Mr. Wayne Wright graduated from the Martinsburg Beauty School in Martinsburg last week. We wish him much success in his work. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd and children and Mr and Mrs. Victor Kisner attended'the Ice Capades in Washington last Sunday. Mrs. ttoward James has accept- ed a position in Old National Bank in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maco- naughey, of Charles Town, moved to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman, last week. Mr. Earl Growl, who has been employed in the office of the State Roads Commission, has been called back to his old job at Fairchild Aircraft Corp., Ha- gerstown, and started working there last week. DON'T GAMBLE WITH YOUR BUSINESS A good businessman does- n't leave his business de- cisions to chance. Neither should he leave his insur- ance decisions to chance. 2Etna Casualty's new fold- er "Business Insurance Package Selector" per- mits an orderly and pre- cise review of coverage~ for your business. Ask to see it. H. S. CLOPPER, Hill Dale Shopping Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Real ron Pulse were Miss Sandra Ring Miss Becky Pestun of Middleway and Miss Peggy Vickers of Char- les Town. One Of The Original Stars Of The Old Red Foley Ozark Jubilee Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pulse and family of Gerrardstown were dlnnerMrs. LeegUestBrownSUndaYand family.f Mr. and lit Television Show And One Of The Nation's Top Recording Stars in Mr. Bill Bentz Alexandria, Va. Ill The field Of Country And Western Mustc. visited his mother Mrs. Louise Ill Bentz Friday night through Sat, Ill urday. Mr. Bobby McDonough and son Steven were Sunday guests of Stevens grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg~ James. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons visited their son's family, Mr. and AT' ]'HIE FABULOUS Mrs Frank Simons and son Mark Sunclay afternoon. , ~l|~[ IC~O Master Michael Simons' spent Sunday with his grand pareats~ Mr. and Mrs. William Ho~k :in~ Halltown. " : : Mr. and Mrs. GarnetBentz were Lotated Just North Of Charles Town On State Route 9 dinner ,guests of the formers mother Mrs. Louise Bentz S~in- day. ! A lso featured along with this nationally-known and Mrs, D. M. Hughes of B )livar is a patient in the Charles Town outstanding recording & television star will be Bill Peer General Hospital in Ranch await and His Melody Boys Featured with Bill Peer's Boys surgery. I know she ould " be little Patsy Peery, one of the top country music like to hear from her man~' fri- will " ends .... sin gem and Larry and 'Peer. Mr and Mrs. Ronald Lee and lyOlly family and Mr. and Mrs, Gene Hess and family spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Phillls ADMISSION WILL BE BY MEMBERSHIP CARDS TO THE CLUB. Kilmer 7th Ave. tl~111e~ mallOU Ior 111118~Itle OI Ills Shatm up, budoet-bnlncm. With Dodge Coronet, you can afford to. Here's an "in'" cw with a new outlook for swingers. Coronet has evorythin~ you neod to put fun back in driving. Take Coronet's looks. Lots of people have. Take the extras at no extra cost: Oufside rearview mirror. Padded dash. Backup lights. Variable-speed wipers and washers. REBELLI( H Turn signals. Seat belts, front and rear. They're all standard. And Coronet's pri~:e? That's easy to take, too. Hat new Dodge Coronet for 1966~ow at your Dodge Dealer's. DODGE DIVISION CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION EAST WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I' ,, ...................... WATCH ,'~111~ ~ NOdq~ HeYIRJFJII THEe, TIlE" WIKI/~sDAY NIGHTS ON NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOC.Ak USTINGS. ~ _ , , , , , 1