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m / I I '&)here anking Is ?leasure BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 @ A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 Illl I I I I I I I II Ill I I I llll R PPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Lenten Services There will be a covered dish supper held at the St. John's Episcopal Church on Wednesday night at 6:30 p m. and there will be Lenten Services held at 7:30 p, m, The Rev William Brooks Jr. will be in charge of the service Kathy and Karol McDonald of Martinsburg spent the past week end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDonald and Mrs. C. F. Wall and two chil- dren, Susan and Charles of Char- les Town, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McDonald and daughter Patricia Ann of Summit Point were Sun- day guest at the McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. David Ntcodemus and two daughters Less and Lei- ght Ann spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tawes and family of Crisfield, Md. Skafltlg Patty The Rippon Go-Getters 4-H Club will have a Skating Party Thurs. day, February 26 at Berryville Roller Rink 7:30 till 10:00 o'clock. For members and guests. Mrs. Charles Adams motored to Madison College in Harrisonburg on Wednesday morning she was accompanied back by her niece Charlotte and Kathy, she was call ed home by the death of her grandfather, Mr. Edgar Kackley. Charlotte Ann is a Senior at Mad ison College Mr. and Mrs. Eddle Seal and two sons of Kabletown Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. IAnwood Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. CharMy Heare and sons Rusty and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Feltner of Burntfactor, Va Mr. and Mrs. Lindwood Swartz were Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Swartz. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers Jr entertained Sunday evening at their home in honor of their son Steven Sowers third birthday SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FM IER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1970 B--8 An Astronaut decorated birthday cake was the center piece for the table, each child was given favor- ites; horns, party hats. Refresh- ments were served consisting of birthday cake, ice cream, straw- berry drink, Steele received many nice gifts. Those present were Andy, Michael, Matthew and Mark Renner, Katherine Wall, Tommy LaRue, Robbie Jenkins, Richard Jenkins, Donna Jill Sowers. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr, . Roland. I Visitors on Sunday with Mr. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha of Mr.*and Mrs. William Strickler I and Mrs. David Penwell and child Frederick, Md Mrs. Robert Slau- of Berryville, Va. visited with his I ren, Judy, Jeanne, Linda, TerD' ghter of Charles Town, Mrs. Hem- sister Mrs. NathanieI Gray on [ and David Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. I OUR FINAL I"RISUVI 8MOULD Bll ~ er Samsell of Marlowe, Mr. Mar- Sunday and later they all visited[Irving Grey and son Robbie of ~in Adams attended the funeral with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright. [Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gray YIHII 8II'Ir CHOOSI I~OCK OP AO S: of Mr. Edgar Kackley was held of Ranson. The Wrights moved [ and son, Chris of Woodland Trail- Thursday in Berryville. this past week from the Meadows [ er Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Mr. and Mrs. paul Lee of Balti- property at Alstadts ttill to their I dolph Crites and daughters, Toni, more Md. were weekend guest at recently purchased home on Ram- [ and Wendy all of Charles Town. the home of Mrs. Molley tlillard, on Street and llth Avenue in[ Mrs. Henry McKee and children Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee and Mrs. Ransom I Karla Kay and Henry were Sun- t Molley Hillard spent Sunday as Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell [day dinner ~uests o(his t)arent guest of the latters brother Mr. and children Jeanne, Lmda and [ Mr and Mrs Marshall McAbov Don Lee of Stevenson, Va David Jr. visited with Mr. Pen-[ St'and her brother Marshall Jr- Mr and Mrs William Whetzel wells father, Mr Newton Penwell/ ~, "- . " " 24r. ann ~vtts ttanay untes ano and two sons of Gmthersburg Md. of Ranson on Sunday. They also / a.~ ,~ht 'e,~i ~na W,a, oe were over night guest Saturday visited with their aunt and uncle,~'~=~]~"q'-~,~'~,~"~,~;;~'~,en at the home of the latters sister Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wr ght St. l ~. a- -,t - ~+ ~ ~ m r,o~ ~ ~ ~ o~I ' nson lll~ Wll, ll tllelt glctl|UlllUtllgl, lvtla, j~f~[m~ I~ection el nat3ona ly zImO~ zr, oc: and brother-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. on llth Avenue, Ra . /Nathaniel Gra [ ~LJ~ '~~ MonumentL ~ ~ aim t$ oe e omor+ a+or * ---- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins, [sons, Michael and Mark of Char-[. AE / Mr. and Mrs. Murial LaRue, Mr. I lea Town were Sunday dinner| ~ ~ ~i,~'. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenkins, Mr. andlguests of their parents, Mr. and|~| I Rflll~ IT I Mrs. Francis Renner, were Sun-/Mrs. William Ifoak, and Aunt| ~ ,~,'~,P I day afternoon guest of Mr. and / Miss Dorothy Bowers. l ~ ou tAR1 NSBURG GRANITE WOR i Mrs. Thomas Sowers and family, l Miss Judy Penwell attended a/ u,uv .he[[ Sunday dinner guest at the[party on Sunday afternoon in/ ~ n~u+l ~po FLOYD G. ODOM - OWNER home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles honor of the birthdays of Misses| ~" ~ Adams were Miss Mary Magaha Linda and Brenda Staubs at the[ ~ ,+ +~,+ Phone 267-6141 --- 109 West John Strq of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn home of their parents at Alstadts| ~'--~'~ Magaha, and children, Darlene, Hill -~- ~.x.~----+ MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Rickey and friend of Frederick, Md ~lrs. Robert Slaughter of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. ttom- er Samsen of Marlowe. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams If We Don t Have It In The Store drove to Dulles Air Port to meet the plane that Mrs. Kackley and DIAL 725-8471 Mrs. Adams sister Miss Mary Magaha returned from a month trip to California. Miss Magaha was called to Burbanks California to attend the funeral of her sister Mrs. Lyle Wheeler she was guest at the home of her brother-in-law Mr. Lyle Wheeler and daughter Sheila was guest of her other sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Withrow of Fresno, California Mrs. William Whetzell and two children of Gaithersburg Md Mr. and Mrs. David Housden, Mr. Elwood Housden, Mrs. Gene Som- era and daughter Karen were Sun day dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and Mrs. Geroge Breeden Yr. and son George Jr. and Mr. Julian Breeden of Charles Town were Sunday afternoon guest at the Breeden home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orndorff and family of White Hall Va. were Sunday afternoon guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Adams Death of Mr. Kackley Our comunity was greatly shock ed when news was received of the sudden death of Edgar Kackley, 74 of Berryville, Va at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley of ~~ -:- -- ALWAYS FIRST GUALITY Mrs. Bernard Ott ~~~.: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler visit ed Mr. Molers brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mil- bourne of ~harles Town who are at this time on the sick list. Mrs. William Hoak, and Miss Dorothy Bowers, along with Mrs. Frank Simons of High Street, Charles Town, shopped in Martins burg on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean of Fairfax, Va. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester ,Meier on Thursday. Mr. Wayne McAboy of Dargan, Md. was a Saturday visitor with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy Yr. and his brother, Mar shall Jr. Attend Scout Banquet. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray attended Berryville, Va. the Blue and Gold Banquet which was held in the Wright Denny Mr. Kackley was born on April Annex Auditorium Saturday even Ct rence Kackley of Woodbridge, Mrs. Nancy Berlin, Winchester, Vs. two sisters, two brothers and thirteen grandchildren. Funeral was held Thursday at John H. Enders Funeral Home by the Rev. M. C. Cook. Interment was in Green Hill Cemetery. Ds E. 10, 1895 in Clarke County. Surely- ing honoring the Boy Scout and ing are six children, Mrs. Kath- Cub Scouts, Mrs. Gray was a +t, , ryn Morris, John Kackley of Ber- guest of her grandson, Elmer Silverryville' Spring,Va" MrS.MissHelenWillaLightMaeOf Dinges, Jr. who is a Cub Scout. Ihis J::' Kackley of Baltimore, Md Law- Install New Officers + The installation of the new off- I II I I I I icers of the Halltown Presbyter- ian Church was held at the 9:30 Morning Worship Services con- ducted by the Rev. Dr. C. R. Sli. der of Winchester, Va. They were Mrs. Robert Sherman, ordained and installed a new Ruling Elder, and Mrs. Lester Moler installed as the Deacon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler, visit ed with his brother, Mr. Clarence Meier and Mr. and Mrs. William Roland of Pikeside, W. Va. on Sunday + afternoon, Mr. Moler makes his home with Mr. and Amazing Rust Dissolver! THE ORIGINAL! 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