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r / I;I I I III I II IIIIV/ ................................................ ! Geor .e Cooper and farnflv in , unday with her aunt uncle, I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEIt S ADVOCATE ! and children were guests of the " 1 former' naren,s Mr and Mrs New Pastor Installed I M~ ~,,,~r~;~ Pa, rl land two daughters, Sharon and land daughter garen, were ........... Frank Ste~wart,~ in Ba'kerton."" 'i The ordination and installation[~_~.=~,"..'~.~'~,.~,.~'~...~ ..... [Cindy, were visitors Monday eve-Itors Sunday with the for_~ 1 I~~~) 1 ..................................... ~r~ Anni C'rnv ha~ hn nn of the Rev Charles D Svmns |--:'--~:'~w"~::--~:--':'--~::--~:"-- | ning f Mr" and Mrs" Estelle Wilt' I brther and family' Mr" and 1 ~ ' " lan the sick list again. We join in was held in the Halltown Presby- I Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt re- I of Charles Town. ] Fred Jenkins, of Mary d. praying for Mrs Grove for better terian Churh Sunday afternoon.| cently visited their daughter and ] Mr. and Mrs. William Longer-] Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lant Wha| Grows health "" Whoso *akin~ ,art ;n ~he ~ervic~| family, Mr. and Mrs. Guilford]beam and family, of Charles [of Martinsburg, were visitor~ Mrs" Howard Co~le has been on ~erc~tb- Rovr(~rl'v']," Mc~,m"Ma|Turner, of Murrell Hill [ Town, were visitors Sunday of [ cently of the litter's uncle the sick list for several days with of Charles Town Rev William P ] Mrs. Georgia Piper was a wsl-[M . and Mrs Melvin Piper. ]aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pe$ J ~J I~ )AI '" Wi|hout [ virus. We hope she will be feel- Anderson ~Ir ~]inchester, Va'|tr of her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle| Mrs. Edith Garrett was a.guest[ Mrs Rachel Grave has beel I ! ' " " webb Samraay evening Mrs ~unaay ot her aaugnter and tam- .' . - mg better soon. Rev t;eor,,- H V ~4un~,,,,,el .... / ......... . .[ the sick hst th~s past week. [ "~ .~T# p Wa|erI Soilt I Mr, Charles Everhart, of Par- S~l~enherds~'own" Rev "Jam~es t'I'.~wilt has been critically ill in| uY, ~vtr. anct ~virs. r~eil Slusner, Or|wishes, Rachel, hope you l I or Ferlili zeIt? "' nuzxa~er' wmcnester' va" x'e Mr Jhn Lve was a uest Mr| | morning of hzs parents, Mr. and ~ ......... a~..~.,. ~ .,,o,o./. : . g . / . and Mrs. Elmer Larue andl Mr. and Mrs. George T~ ~.. ~ gin, Md., was a caller on Monday ..... ~_" ......... '_ ..... " ,,_ ' _'_'|Charles Town General Hospital. |ttanson. I wiil be okay again. Mrs Howard Everhart Mr Ever-L ..... ".'~,WY -~--" ? ..... ~ "'" ~Y"Y"/~aon~ay of his sister and brother-I family and Mrs Estella Rickles[ and family woro visitors St~ " " b wln ne r art ............ - ....... hart hasn't been feelin- well for ~r., o~ c ste , mr tm es|m-law, Mr and Mrs. G. C daughter, Norma Jean, ofl .... ~,. ,;~, ,ho ~ ..... ,~ a several day..s We pray for How- D. Symons, Sr.,. father of Charms Mrs.. Edith Garrett, Mrs. Delons Charles Town ws]ted thew par- er, Mrs. Clayton Talton of I ard for better health real soon t~., Jr., ot winchester, va., mr. / Jenkins and Mrs. Herman Garrett| ents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey/ilton v, ' ' Mr nnrt Mrc anrv t:,.,l,..n~ Olan L we. Winchester. Va.. and/were ws~tors Sunday of Mr and Wilt and family on Sunday. " ..... son'were" ue"'s'(" V~;unda~"of ~he Mr James E Beam also of Win- Mrs Neil Slusher. of Ranson J M~ --n ~ ~ ...... ~:~" .... I M~ Ch=.~l L,,ngerbea~ 1 ~" former's garet~s Mr. a~y Mrs. chester. A reception was held. in] Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster, ] daughter, Cindy ~o?a'~ ~n~ l~e'~,,] Chtahrle~5Wc~'uSpe?t~ihe ~ea~ Charles Cogleand family in me cnurcn oasement o.owm./Mrs. John Mercer, Mrs. Melvin] of Charles Town and Miss Linda| Piner Mannings. the services for Rev ........ Mr and Mrs Piper and Mrs Calvin Lancaster Piper, were visitors Sunday of the ~" " Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson' and Charles D. Symons, Jr., and all|were VXSltors" ' Wednesday of Mr.|formers' parents, Mr. and Mrs.| a..-- ~. . ,~ . [ ~ An Interest-Earning children, of Mt. Mission, were vis- those attending. Quite a l.arge| Frank Lancaster, of Millville. |Humphrey Wilt. | A.'ena tnurcn ~w '~ itors of Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- crowd was present. ! Mr. and Mrs. George Talton] Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins son, Sr. I ~ff S~vin?~ Acc:nt! * I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and family, of Neersville, Va., CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John " ., | *Regular del s;ts and interest ( we| Wilson st. ,,_---,-- ..,'-..: Mr and Mrs Dawd Stewart tJ' >" and daughter, Mr. Frank Stewart, ~t ~~'---. ~t~ | add as earned) can make your savings | ::' .... ':': upon Mr and Mrs. Timmy Stew- V~ ~ ~-~ ~,~'~ ~" /~~~~\~'X,"~,.~ / with us grow and grow and growl Opena [ of Bakerton. were callers Sunday ~ "]~A~;-~:~- ~'~k~~~ | savings account here .,. soon/ | art and children.~ !; 1 ~~ I ~ ~1~ I -"~::ii~~~~~ ~'~ !!~:~i~i~:: ' ~~Z:4~;~~ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITy i~ ~~ HhLLTOWH Mrs. Winerd Bowers was a din- .,..~ ,, _ " !ill OF I'HARLES "l'l'l III ner guest of her son and daugh- ~~,~ ~ ~ik~:):.} ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald |'~,)*~~11~..~ ...... .... .~ ~~~ Bowers last Sunday. i~~_, -~.~. %,_--~. _ ~mm,~~~ ~_ ~~....~ Mr. Lester Moler was a dinner _~,,~ ~~_ }1 ~ I~ / guest of Mr and Mrs Bernard Ott ~"5~.?Lt~ . on Monday A COMMUNITY CORN ERSTONE SINCE 1871 Ladettes at Nursing Home ~ .... " '"~:~":~": ~': " " Miss Sharon Ott, daughter of MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mr. and Mrs. Wallac~ Ott, of Halltown, her Cadette Troop No. 427 of Harpers Ferry, and their We Are Now Paying 3 % Percent on Savings Accounts leader, Mrs. Archie Franzen, spent Monday evening at the Lo- ~1~~- :~ -~- _- Mrs. Pauline Ott Mrs. Michael E. Rice, who served as captain of the Heart Fund over the past weekend, would like to thank all who con- tributed to the young solicitors who assisted her. They were: Deborah Penwell, Guilford Tur- ner, Dale Brookman, Junior Spates, Chris Jenkins, Freddy Wilson, Gene Rice, Dale Gray, Vicky Cogle, Carol Thomas, Julia Shupp, Debby Longerbeam, Ar- lene Everhart, Lynn Dinner, Jo Ann Wllson, Sharon Grove, Pa- her home from the Charles Town General Hospital where she was a sUrgiCal patient after a fall near her home. We wish her a speedy recovery. Tammy Oden of the Bloomery spent Saturday visiting her cous- in, Lisa Oden. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and family at the Bloomery. Our sympathy goes out to the Penwell family in the death of Mrs. Myrtle Penwell. Mrs. Shelva Utz and son, Cal- vin, of Front Royal, Va., spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn, Jr., of Stiles Trailer Park, Ranson, tricia Piper, Diane Grove, Sandra were Sunday g, isitors of the lit- Longerbeam, and Sheila Mc- Donial Mrs. Joseph Speck, Mrs. Frank Bell, Sr., and Mrs. Michael F,. Rice visited in Winchester, Va, Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Merle Oden and sons, Steve. Keith, Terry, Glenn and Brad Scott were recent visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webb and family at Shenandoah Junc- tion. Mrs. Ruby Ott and daughter, Kathy, Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daughter, Misty and son, Jimmy, Mrs. James Penwell and daugh- ters, Pebble and Peggy were re- cent visitors at Stiles Tr$iler Park at Ranson. Mrs. Juanita Getts and Mrs. Shirley Breeden, of Charles Town, were recent visitors of Mrs. Ellen Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and daughter, of Charles Town, we~ recent visitors of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mrs. Mary Cline returned to CONI[biTRATED UQUIO DRAIN OPENER-CLEANER * IFAVI HAIR * I[ATI rAT Nley Hardw Co. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Ott and daughter, Kathy.. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were recent visitors of the litter's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wagor Penwell and family at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha, of near Charles Town, were recent visitors of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bell, Jr., and covery. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725,5113 rust Grove Rest Home. The oc- casion was for the Cadettes to make a bird tree feeder The Cadettes are known .for their many visits to the home. Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Tues- day with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and son, Timothy, of Ran- son. Mrs. Anders was sick with the virus. Mrs. Winerd Bowers was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs: Marshall McAboy, Sr., and son, Marshall, Jr., on Wednesday eve- ning in honor of Mr. Marshall Mc- Aboy, Sr., birthday anniversary. Mr. Howard Demory, of RFD 1, Charles Town, visited his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and Mr. Lester Moler, on Thursday family, of Middleway, were Sun- morning. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Lester Moler visited his sis- Merle Oden and sons. ter, Mrs. Roger Milburn, of South ' Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt, of Samuel Street in Charles Town Chestnut Hill, were recent visi- on Thursday afternoon. tors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and family. Mr. and 'Mrs. William (Son) DiUow, of Charles Town, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Dillow and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughters, Donna and Gale Ann, and sons, Guy and Frankie, of Bakerton, Were Sunday visitors of the former s mother, Mrs. Nel- lie Oden and family. Mrs. William Honk and Miss Dorothy Bowers visited Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bowers and son in Charles Town Austin was a pa- tient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital several days last week for dental surgery Master Timmy and Kenny Muse spent Friday evening with their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. Lee Sipe, of Charles Town. Mrs. Muse and Mrs. Winerd Bowers also visited later that evening. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Jr., is able to be out again after being con. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard fined to her home for several -~:- -~;~1~ days with bronchitis. Little Miss Kelley Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett and daughter, Mrs. FlorenCe Payne, of Virginia, were guests on Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove and family family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boyd and Mrs. Shelva Utz and sons, of son, Brian, of Ranson, were week- Front Royal, Va., were recent vis. end guests of the litter's grand- itors of her grandmother, Mrs. mother, Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mary Cline. I family. Mr. and Mrs. David Turner, of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and Fairfax, Va., were Sunday visi- two children ,of Ranson, were tors of the former's parents, Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs, Marshall Turner and ~ralter Cogle and family. family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jackson and family, of Baltimore, Md., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr. of Stiles Trailer Court, Charles Town, was a visi- tor this past week of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and family Mrs Nathaniel Gray was a sup- per guest of Mrs. Ramon Grey and family, of Shepherdstown, on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams of North Street, Ranson, spent Sat- urday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and family Mr. Wil- liams has been in the hospital, but is up and able to be out moved from a house belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wiley, Charles Town, to one belonging to Mrs. Sue Turner. Mrs. Margaret Hostler returned to her home from the Charles Town General Hospital where she was a medical patient. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Alice Paris is a surgical patient at the Kings Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg. We hope she recovers quickly. Mrs. Perry Pillow is a patient at Kings Daughters Hospital, MartinSburg. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Shelva Utz and sons, of Front Royal, Va., were recent vis. itors of her step-mother and fa- ther, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Clino and daughter, Raechael land son Melvin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and son, Guy, of Bakerton, were re- cent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Les. ter Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pillow were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stone and family in Lou- doun County, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway, were Sun- day visitors of the litter's moth- er, Mrs. Mary Cline. Master Brent Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs..Roger Jenkins of the Bloomery is a cerebral patient at the Charles Town General Hos- pital. We wish him a speedy re- 20"/. OFF OUR REGULAR PRICES ON AN OUTSTANDING reg. 7.98. NOW reg. 10.98. NOW ASK MISS DAILY TO 'SHOW 'YOU THE OF HIGHER PRICED That We Will Special Order THROUGH SATURDAY, I:[tl. 26 H1S MEANS OF THE PRICE M/ RKED NOW ON THESE ITEMS WHICH HAVE ALREADY BEEN REDU CED ITEM Former Price NOW Men's Dress Gloves To 3.98 1.00 Men's Scarves To 1.98 .39 Winter C ps To 2.98 1.00 Men's Sweaters To 12.95 3.00 Men's Hea Shirts To 5.95 1.50 Men's Pajamas :To 3.59 1.25 were Sunday guests of the for- again. mer's mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs. Recent visitors of Mrs. Natha- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart niel Gray and Jennifer, were Mr. Men's Robes To 9.95 3.00 and son, of Dargan, Md., Were Robert Linton, Mrs. Martin Sunday guests of the former's Grimes and daughter, Debbie, Corduroy Slmrt Coat To 17.95 6.75 .parents, ~r. and Mrs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges andCordm-oy Dress(Pants To 4.98 2.00 Everhart. sons, Ricky and Sonny, Mr. and Mr. Walter CogIe and Mr. How- Mrs. Randy Crites and daughter, ard Cogle were visitors on Satur- Toni Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Men's Jackets To 18.95 6.75 day evening of their aunt, Mrs. ward Moler ,of Charles Town, Mr. Men's Work Caps To 1.98 .75 Mamie Holmes and family, in Ha- and Mrs. Irving Gray and son, gerstown, Md. Robbie, and Miss Donna Gray, of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ra- Corduroy Work Pats To 4.98 2.22 daughter were Sunday evening nalli and children, Marila, Vivian, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Autry and Joey, of Millville, Mrs. David Moleskin Work Pants To 4.98 2.22 Howell and daughter in Man- Penwell and children, Judy, Jean- nings, hie, Linda Anne, David and Ter- Women's Dresses To 3.98 1.00 ry, Mrs. William Honk and Mr. Lester Moler, of Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean, of Fairfax, Va., visited Mrs. Bean's sister, Mrs. Winerd Bowers and brother, Mr. Marshall McAboy, Sr., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cotta, of Ranson, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse, and family, of Hall- town. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Vincent Cook, of near Washington, were weekend guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- way, spent the weekend at her home here. Word was received here by rel- atives of the serious illness of Women's Dresses Women's Dresses Women's Dresses Women's I)resses Women's Sweaters Women's 2-Pc. Sets Women's Coats Women's Jackets Women's Sleepwear Mrs. Ellen Cole, of PurcellviUe, Va. Mrs. Cole was taken ill on Wednesday evening and taken to the Leesburg Hospital where she is a patient. She is the former Miss Ellen Staubs. David Penwell were Mr. and Mrs, Irving Gray and son, Robbie, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- children, of Brunswick, Md., were ward Moler, of Charles Town. guest~ on Sunday of the former's We extend our deepest sympa- parents~ Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Rodg- thy to Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr., ers and family, and her family, in the death of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and her brother, Mr. Donald Court- daughter were visitors on Wed- hey. nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Linda Anne Penwell spent z .... To 5.98 1.50 To 8.98 2.00 ,To 12.98 4.00 To 14.98 4.50 To 6.98 2.00 To 7.98 2.00 To 35.00 8.50 To 22.00 7.00 To 3.98 1.22 ITEM Boys' Scarves Boys' Underwear Boys' Sweaters Boys' ,Sweaters BOys' S'hirts Boys' Pajamas Boys' Pajamas Boys' Ear Muffs Boys' Corduroy Pants Boys' Co uroy Pants BOys' Jackets Girls' Knit Hats Girls' Pajamas Girls' Robes Girls' Sweaters Girls' Sweaters Girls' Skirts Girls' 2 Pc. Sets Girls' Jackets Women's Coats Women's Coats Women's Jackets Women's Robes PENNEY'S STORE HOURS--MON.-TUES.-WED,-THURS. 9TO 5 Former Price NOW To 1.59 .50 To 1.59 .50 To 7.98 1.50 To 5.98 1.00 To 1.98 .50 To 2.59 1.00 To 1.98 .50. To 1.00 .50 To 3.98 1.50 To 2.98 1.00 ;To 14.98 4.50 : To 1.98 .50 'To 2.98 .75 To 5.98 2.00 To 4.98 1.50 To 3.98 1.00 To 4.98 1.50 : To 7.98 2.50 To 9.98 3.00 To 40.00 10.00 . To 25.00 7.00 To 18.00 7.00 To 9.95 2.00 FRI. & SAT. 9 TO 9