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J where we understand she is get- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN ting along as well as, could be ex- THURSDAYs FEBRUARY 24, 1966 pected .... Mr. and Mrs. William Henretta .... Play, Last In Regular g il visited at the home of Mr and were hosts at a family dinner at uty director of the west Mrs. Herman Manor at "Jones their home on Sunday Those Department of Venterans By Mrs. Stuart Phone 725:7777 .. Springs during the past week." P[~s~ntrtWereSgt. and Mr,~.. Har- office in Martinsburg, t Mr. John L. Mills, of BrunS- u r a a we sons, ~ lcnaei will be at the Legion Lo [~:~"ql~:t~~:::~'~::~!'~g~":~:::~:~:i~::::'~ wick, Md., spent Sunday at the and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. James Charles Town February 25 Home Demonstration , cribing the pictures in detail and home of his son and daughtei'-in-] Harrell and two sons, Jimmy and the nurnose of assisting', ,at Club Meets ]answering the questions of her law, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Mills in Raymond, of Charles Town, Miss ~ -~ ..... ~" --i The Summit Point Hem- Dem l audience. At the completion of Bolivar ' Barbara Rankins nd Mrs. Lowell erans, melr uepenuems, o~l onstration Club met in m'-escnoo- iI,.the .showing ...... the meeting was ad- A cold wave seemed to strike ] Busey. I ~it~a~oewS,h~c~thhg;Vn~ryn~nent lunchroom on Thursday evening ].Jurnea,ana a .pmasant. socml this area again during Saturday l Death of Mr. Watson t with about, thirty~ members and. [nOUrcious ,ouoWearefreshmentsaUrmgwereWmCnservedaen- ~lghtouthete~tP:~avtUre:~7:as~ng [ Our deepest sympathy goes out !p#~ ~l't~ PUIIDPU CllU[ guests m attendanCeBOYiS. . The. M~$1~meetmg.~[ oy ....... me co-aostesses,iN[~~~,lss ...cou-~ --~" ;~ ~-"~'=~'-- ~udolph and their small son, ~~i" o "/yg e, ~ - t,,to Mrs,, ..l. Frank..Watsn on tbe / ~ /~ ~[IUl~H~/ JUDll was opened w~th Devotmns led by ] .h..` .~..~ ~ v.~.~, r,.~. nng at a low ebb all day on Sun- ] death of her husband, Frank Ma- I Mrs. Robert Light after which I s -,~ .... ,?,~. ,~u~,, ~s-~. ~ay and during Sunday night. [ son Watson, whose demise oc- [ Read The Spirit-Adv~, the minutes of the last meeting [ 4-H Club Itolds MetUng ,~ ,.Mr.. Lester Wedler, of the I curred Saturday evening at his 1 were read and approved and at The Summit Point ~usy t~ees wasnmgton, ~o. ~., area, accom-/home / ~ o pained by h~s son and a friend, " ~ ~o report was made by the treasurer. [met on Wednesday evening of " " t I ~ Several routine matters of bus-]last, week at the schoolwith visited relatives and friends in l~ #,. , ~, I .~ - ~t. __: this section on Saturday. The for-I |~]r~ ~,~r|e~ |own ] - ~. ~ll~ I~ ll ! ! Jefferson County and attendedr f*[~[|#[r~. ~. M#t.^~ [ O,t~ '. church on Saturday evening. All in grades 2-8 who attained the:~ ~ o~eratin~ ~t than any~ the soup was sold and more could ' honor roll for the second mark-i water softeners ever made The W.M.C. of Gospel Chapel, School in Boyce our e t ... Harpers Ferry, will have a special ~ .,ewe'- honor1" ...... rou; ........ uses tor vernal eonvenea into a ,,~eynmos. autom~ ~.nvltea. ~ev:. Arn01a nut truant week showed Susannah Buckles, [ (We service all makes) ~ ~s pas~or ot me cnapeL Tnere Mark Lan-let and Ma-- Ann Me will be a Hymn Sing on next Sat-] "on "- ~ "" :.# .... " l ' LET US TEST . . 1~ ale, were all on the list Ior u:daYi~:~ht to which the puhhc l the second marking period and t Your Water Sup~ Mary Ann McDonald was also. Mr. and Mrs. George McCarthy ....... [ FREE OF CHARG] " ~m~n and bab- daughter of Be~ville ~ namea on me semester nst. ~us-/ , ~ .... ' a~nah Buckles is a student in the ~ . . Md., have planned to leave by 15th grade and Mark Langlet and Commum 011 C0., t plane for Lynn, Mass., on next~ , .~ Mary Ann McDonald are students ~ ~ Thursday to visit Mr. McCarthy s, 1~ i ness were discussedj/$by the group[ab)ut f[/] if teen members in a tten- lVlarK, were a lnner guests at the r AR and Mrs. Marian Myers was asked [ dance. The meeting was opened mer spent his childhood days inI ~ 1 "~" ~ ~/I~ to explain the art classes which [by si~igriln,g, "Were Virginia Boys ~ !} are to be held for interested mem [ d G" ' fo d by the 4-H lOCal schools. He was a nephewI ~,mN~n vn llgHM~ I ~ ~ l" ~ IIm &| II~ II~ bers of the Home Demonstratmn J Pledge and thePledge to the l/~~ ~] ~ of the late Mr. andMrs. Chartes. I Clubs in the county and to des-[ Flag Following this Kathy De- ~{~::~ ~ Webb, of Millville. K01I A! r0wnatan / cribe the procedure in making]Haven read apassage from the Flemish flowers. At the conclus- [.~nm chapter ot ~atthew, concma war Methodist Church served a[ Three Charles Town children, W~t~r 0onfl|tionsr$ (Pate~ ion of the business session a quiz [ mg the Devotions with a prayer small soup supper at the Bolivar ! were among the list of students : soften more water and remove more based on George Washington was[and the Lord's Prayer. held after which Miss Shirley [ The secretary and the treasurer Macoughtry showed colored sildes lbeing absent, no minutes or trea- rave been sold. It was excellent! [ ing period at the Powhatan . "es n" ft net can rob~d~ of the Holy Land and other places ] surer's report were available, but of interest taken during her tour] several items of business were which she made last March, des-! discussed including plans to hold program on next Sunday evening l the second markin~ neriod and ] Investigate-Noomiga~ion i ~ "" i in d l , .at 7-30 o clock, and the public ,sl the first semester, released this [ Factoc/sales, hstallatio,, and seP$ Buster Costello and Anthony Collins. Back row (left to right)--Fred Gray, John Maconaughey, John N d CHARLES TOW Cook, Van Watson, Skippy Hammond and Coach Donnie Johnson. Donald Hough, also a member of the team, was not present when the picture was taken. (Photo by Tim Sinn.)" a skating party at the Roller Rink son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. parents and other relatives They in the 7th grade PHONE 725-702 ~ near Berryville, Va. sometime in Mrs. A1 McIntosh of Arlington, Heart Drive Successfulexpeect to return home the fol- [ Charles Town, W. March. It was announced that a Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lan- The annual Heart drive which lowing Sunday. Mrs. McCarthy is[ ,Deputy VA Director To Phone 876-2901 ..... clothing school for all girls carry ham of Boyce, Va. was held in the county on Sunday the former June Lee Webb, of Be In Charles Town ....... ing third, fourth, fifth and sixth Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr of was quite successful in Summit Bolivar. ,~ nepneros own, w. year clothing projects would be [ Charles Town are the parents of Point, realizing well over thirty ~ '~ Announcements made this [ l held at the Community Centerla son born on Wednesday, Febru-dollars for this worthy cause.--U~ll~i~--[ ~-- ..... -" ~ ]near Bardane on Saturday, March] ary 16th, in the Winchester Mem Mrs. Robert Burch served as " [ [ 19th. [ orial Hospital. The new arrival, chairman of the drive in the Sum [ Severa dl emostran tionsfollow-t who is the second son in the ram- mit Point area and assisting herP0N t llk~//~ -- / d ~ ' ~ m "~ i ily, weighed 6 lbs 15oz at birth were members of the Methodist M . ustin Nicodemus ] [ . FOR SALE ..... - . ann nas een nameu "roCK Amn". unaay cnooi vusses ny- , Gaff DeHaven showing the proper[ .............. , ..... ~'">-'~~~,] I Like ~e_ th_ busmes~ ...eetm~, w th -- :- ...: ............ s lvir urr ,s me son ox lv r ann aer ann neryl Star ey, ooerz ~way to wrap a sandwmh, John t. ...... -.. . .. { Crane demonstratin care and/ rs, w. a. r urr ot ummit vomt. Allen wemn and Joseph Starkey .Mr. and Mrs. David Nicodemus/ I L| U Dad's,.. / use of a camera K Della en " " arl v Mr James Warren of Hager Jr on ra i th e man, Idaho, who is taking special- Visitors e h e k t and daughter, Les~: Kaye, me-] I [~ L ~ | | ~ ITI ~ ' [dem st t ng e m thud of re-[ .............. ov r t e w e end a o " " .... i ~ ~zea ~rammg at me reuera, r~sn the he 11 t red to Cnsheld, Md,, on Satur-[ [ - - .,.,- OXFORDS [pa rng antmelectricalh appliance ] rlatcnery ........ m Lee~own, was a mnand h mefam~Of MrS.w r Thomas ShUer day to the home of :the latter's~ [ l~ , ~cord and Pa eta C eshire explal ..... "er ly e e her daught parents, Mr. and Mrs.~Lawrence.[ [ | ~ tl.II ~ I Ke__o_. __ ner guest on weanes ay evening Miss Barba n m lining the va "ous parts of a sew-t ......... ra A ne Shull of Arl' Tawes. Mr. Nicodemus returned t~ Village ;bUD UIYISIOII ] ing machine and the purpose oft ot _las~ me home oz ~vzr: gton, Va., .her daughter-in-law, to his home on Sunday and Mrs,[ [~ ..... ~ ............. ' and lv~rs ~woou t~nesnlre annMrs Edwar au leach. At thew eonelusmn Sharon/ . .. ~.. . d Lee Shull and d - Nicodemus and daughter will v[s-,[ I DROOMS WITH BIG. ROOMY their children, ~e~orah, Johnny hter A el f Fails Chur h ' . . . ~a,,~,~ ,~ , r /Smallwood explained the health/ ..... g ng a o c, ~trihe~s ::rmil~eekrelatwes and} I ~~CTYL'i~ [ program for 1966 and concluded ] ann l~atncm. Va. and her small grandson, little /the program by reading an inter-[ Mrs. George Crim was among Scotty Shull of Berryville, Va. - - ~ "." : 1 BATH - 20-FT. LIVING ROOM - MODERN uerman wartz spent Sun- " testing story about the Statue of[ tbe guests attending the luncheon Also visiting with her on Sunday da as " " hi "" an-t I ITH BUILT-IN OVEN & RANGE y a--gues~ Ot n, s sister Cl 1~ ]Liberty entitled "The Woman[ which was held in the Education- were her rnothe'r, Mrs. George brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Har. I I{MIC A couNTEI ]Who Never Grows Old." A re-[ al Building of the Methodist Chu Chapman of Berryville, Va. and vey Feltner, of Winchester, Va. I TOP. DINING ROOM - FULL BASEMENT ----- ' : [creational period followed dur-[ rch in Charles Town on Wednes- her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Garland McFillen:| [ ELECTRIC HEAT -- ON CORNER LOT , ' ~ing which games were enjoyed~ day of last week in connection and Mrs. Michael Kidwell of Cha- and Mrs. Lewis Bell and son, of[ [ ~tJl~tZ~ x~ --- ~ ~~ L~J. ' [and delicious refreshments were[with the annual meeting of the rles Town. ,Clear Brook, Va., and Mr~ and] ] (OF O'vElt [~ ACRE) [served by Patricia Cheshire and] West Virginia Horticulture Sect- Fire, thought to have started Mrs.. Edgar~ Pillow, of Charles.~ I ~'ltlm ~K ...... 1[ "I[ ~lt ~'~f ~ ~: / Charles Herr. [ ety, and at which Mrs. James H. in the living room chimney, de- Town, were Sunday guests at the| | miy le'/o Down / q'ho ~ov,,ronn ~m~m ~ ~',, ~/Snyder was the guest speaker stroyed a log and plaster house , _ ................... ., ....... ~.A.. . home ~f Mx. axtd. Mr~ Tommy~ , " ~iin~ h~. *,mdo~ea .hi- .... i~-,i-- [ M~ and Mrs~ Orville DeHaven owned by Mrs. EIizabeth T. Grov~ ;M~o~!d. :... ,*; , ] "V(ILL T~~LOT.:;" '" ~ "~"" ........ ~"'~'~ n Idreri, ~0nm#~ and GaiI, whmh was located a shor~' dis-~. as Vlq~r The Church of .... ..... ~ ............. ,r~ , ...... ....... Holv~S~nd Grac~Church~i~ In Sttndh] ~th the for-tance east of the Wh,te House[ Mrs. JQhntL0k~.Burns,~j~,an~~ [~~~:' ::~ " * ~ .... -- e ...... Mr and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel were [ I | 2400 Valley M* "w v tn aee,~nt a ca ] t,, ~ak ] m r s mother, Mrs Brent De Spring on Monday morning The _.Addlewa ....... ,, .... 1, ,~ Oak " . . . Sunday dinner guests of. Mr. and [~. ~,~_~_~^~[~_ w v= .... Haven at her home near the hre,. which was d scovered by a Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith at [ |ll , wmeneszer, ~'ls'~tu~eson':~i~rcl~'~ ....... [Opequon Creek. passerby who notified the fire their home, "Silver Springs." tin, ............ i _.__ ~,- ---~ ~-~ ,~-..-~, ~^~.,. o,n I Mrs William Breeden and child companies, had apparently been . Mrs. Austin Nicodemus was a .... ' ~. ~,~ ~,~. r~-- ............ " b ........ luncheon guest of her two sis- ~| ....... , .... , ....... . . i t rs on urnlng zor someume Demre l~ th-ir ~mal! s~ Park~v .f W U. ren of Ranson were vsi o ma Park, Md were recent visitors Friday afternoon at the home of wasdetected. " ters, Mrs. Eddie Lue Hart and lvir and Mrs Ernest Rudolph On at the home of the latter s par- . . . . :. ~~1~:~~..,~,~~ Mrs. Dallas Kibler, on Tuesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenk- Saturuay evening. ~tr. an~ ~wrs. ~~:~ were among the "Blue ~ Ridge ins. Visiting on Saturday at the ... " .. ' . Jenkins home were Mrs. Margaret Twirlers" that attended the Washington Birthday special Mrs. G. E. Webb square dance at Fort Meade, Md., fit of these Mother Goose Shoes at their low, popular price. Many other styles, too, for boys and girls. JEAN SHEPARD ALSO APPEARING ON THE BIG SHOW WILL BE: JACKIE PHELPS STAN HITCHCOCK ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S FINEST GUITARIST In The Field Of Country Music FAMOUS RECORDING STAR FOR EPIC RECORDS In The Field Of Country Music AT THE FABUIA)US ted Just North Of Charles Town On State Route 9 Also Featured With These Outstanding Personalities Will Peer and His Melody Boys. With Little Patsy Peer, one of the top young ( un T Music Singers and Larry Peer and DoBy Peer, also participating. home of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wharton in Charles Town and on Sunday as their dinner guests the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Bently Rudolph and Mrs. Zenith Johnson and son Donnie of Ran. son. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md. where they visited with the latter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook, and with other friends and relatives in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr and their infant son, Randy, visit- ed on Saturday with the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Talley and their faro ily at their home in Bakerton. Eye Testing Machine At School The Parent-Teachers Associat- ion has announced that the eye testing machine will be in operat ion at the local school on March 9th, 10th and llth for the pur- pose of checking the eyesight of the students and this service will also be available to any child who will enter the first grade at the Summit Point school in Septem- ber 1966. The program is nder the direction of Mrs. Robert Light who will be assisted by a num- ber of volunteers from the com. munity. Mrs. Elwood Cheshire, Mrs. Millard Williams of Leetown and Miss Camilla Wiltshire of Kearn. eysv|lle visited the Vaughn Sum- mit Mission near Rileysville, Va. on Sunday morning and later att- ended the morning service at the Rfleyville Baptist Church. A number of persons from the community chose Sunday to en- the Smorgasbord at the Shady Rest Restaurant north of Martins burg. Local residents dining there on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and child- ren, Bobby and Llnda. their guest Mr, James Wa Ten of Hagerman, Idaho, and Mr. Richard Schmidt; Mr. and Mrs. George R Crim and Miss Shirley Maeoughtry; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven and children, Kathy, Karl, Kirby and Kendall; Mrs. Harry C. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim and their guests, Mrs. B. Frank Hum- ston, Miss Kathryn Trussell and Miss Marie Trussell of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Renner of Winchester, Va. were recent visit ors at th9 home of the former's btother4n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrc. Lucy Rutherford, teacher of the Primary Department of Bolivar Methodist Sunday School, gave a shower recently at the church in honor Of Mrs. Naomi Moore, of Bolivar. Mrs. Moore is also a teacher in the the Sunday School. There was a nice sized group present and nice gifts over the weekend. YOUR PAID ADMISSION GIVES YOU CLUB MEMBERSHIP. Gayhart of .Ranson and Mr. E. Chamblin of Millville, and on Sun day Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Russell Druschel of Newcastle, Pa., their .Martha and Charles" ,Adams, Jr., were weekend guests at the home of their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley, of Berry- ville, Va. L ~ : Miss Elizabeth M. smith has re- turned, to her home, "Silver Spring,' after a visit in Arl, ing. ton, Va., to her sister, Miss W. Smith; also her other sister, received. Miss Welford Smith has returnec~ Mrs. Mary B. Hely, of West Hy- to her home in Devon, Pa., after attsville, Md., spent the weekend a vacation with her two sisters. with Mrs. G. E. Webb and family Mr. Gene Summers, Mr. Elwooc in Bolivar. Housden, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logskon Husden and son, David,. Jr., and son, Jack, and Mr, and Mrs. Shenandoah Junction and Donald Landis and Miss Brenda and Mrs. William WhetT~el Cole, of Springfield. were recent son, William Jr., were dinner guests at the home of Mr. dinner guests at the home of and Mrs. H. Crock. in Bolivar. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mrs. Arrah Bailey, of Laurel, Mr: Charles Adams was amen Md., is visiting her sisters, Mrs. those attending the South Mary Eackles and Mrs. Halley son Rutit~n Club dinner Carey at the Eackles home in Bol- at Pike Side. ivar. Miss Ruth Rogers Smith is Mrs. Agnes Shumaker, native of riving this weekend from Harpers Ferry for many years, sity of West Virginia at Morgan has been moved from Charles town to spend the weekend Town General Hospital where she her parents, Mr. and has been a patient for quite some Randolph Smith, Jr., at time, to Jefferson Manor, Charles home, "Silver Springs." Town, on the Bloomery Road;[ Mr. and Mrs. Tony r 1.00 P. M. -- 4-H FAIRGROUNDS LEESBUP , VIRGINIA Offering 26 graded and weighed herd bull prospects rady to make profits for YOU. Sale Manager Virginia Angus Association DAVE LEONARD, Executive Secretary P. O. BOX 196 CHARLoTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA 293-3044 Feb. 24-2t- FAMOUS NAME GINGHAM CHECKS Spring color wide. OUR OWN "FIESTAs' PERCALES ]Tm qualit 80 squaze cotton' percale h fun b01m. Wad-fast colors, in 36" wlat Drip-drY, crea e-resiStant cotton deh a-- solids and smart stripes for spormwea homo tons. 36" wide" HO-IROH sUMMER COTTONS