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treasurer. Several items of busi- Winchester Memorial Hospitalon home on Sunday afternoon were —- . . , . mm were discussed and attention Thursday, Feb. 20. She weighed Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn and J. V . l T was called to a conference to beseven pounds three ounces at sons, Michael and Donnie, whom ‘ M St C held at Jaclksoal’s Mill over the blirtlif‘;I arfidnhas Eileen harried Zam- Miss Smallwood all}; Midss McKee Mi'S uart rim coming w e en . e a ic e e. rs. Loc woo is accompanied to i esi e where At 9033911151011 of the business ithe former Miss Deborah 0118- the group enjoyed an afternoon m: meeting“ a skit demonstrating shire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of bowling at the Pikeside Bowl- }. safety in the home was presented Elwood Cheshire. ing Lanes Also visiting Miss ' May Bees 4.}; Ciub met at by Kathy DeHaven and John. Miss Barbara Hall, a student at Smallwood and her parents, Mr, ' "“' {,On Wednesday eve- Crane and this was followed by American UnlverSlty in Washing- and Mrs Philip Smallwood. on $8 t/week with a very several demonstrations and projui’to‘n, D. C., spent last weekend VlS‘ Sunday evening'were Mr.,. small- ance. The meeting ect talks made by Teresa Jenkinstlting at the home of her grand- wood’s brother-m-law and Sister, 619 «with a new song on the five projects which she is i mother, MI'S. Anthony Hankey. Mr and Mrs RObert Ray, of Front ‘J‘ the: group by Beth carrying this year. During the» Mr. and Mrs. James Warren Royal, Va. ,.. ., y the 4—H recreeation period which followed and children,'Mlchae1 and Karen, VlSltors on Sunday at the ‘ go and the P16 dge to the Flag adjournment deiicious refresh; of SliverySprlng, Md., spent Sat- home of Mr. and Mrs. ‘Lloyd the evenm ,S Devo- mems were served by Sharon urday VlSiting at the home of Mr. SWlsher and children, Jimmy, " we,“ d b B 3 Smaiiwood and John Crane, and Mrs. Robert Light and their Donnie and Joyce, and the for- _ S.) y 8th Snyder. i children, BoBbby and Linda. On mer’s mother, Mrs. Barbara , . nclusxon the roll was Ammch B “h of ‘Daugh " lSunday the Lights were guests of Swisher, were Mr. and Mrs. Hay .- flutes 0f the last Nit-find MYS.Wllham LOOkWOOG Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and Haines of Romney, Larry and $52M 2mg angroifid Ill/)Iilqtrlllevgayé gzvemaergntigngfig crlllildrke‘n, JohnBoand Bellanca at Tom Miller 8f Shanks, Mr. and 3 ma e y e . e l 0 ug it on ome m wie, . Mrs. Loyd cod and daughter, I. "“m‘frz: l Miss Georgianna Glascock re- Karen, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and l last week from the Winchester Mrs. Joe Henry and infant son, ll Memorial Hospital where she had Jody, of Summit Point. {been undergoing tests and ob- Services for Mrs. Dunn : zirgatmn for the last several Funeral services, conducted by r. y ' the Reverend Glenn Stevens and ll M1" and Mrs- Ewes" RUd‘flph : the Reverend C S Reckley were “were dinner guests on Tuesday of l held at 2 o’clock on Tu’esday’ F. I I h n h ed last week at the home of Mr. and Feb 11, from the Melvin T_ Strjd. °urta?‘_"f.i 5 7 5 29h Mrs. Douglas Robinsomand their ‘ er Colonial Funeral Home for 33,55 .n alsgogteadss asstel Children, Tracey, and Tony, MrS. Lena Belford Dunn whOSe 30]);rs‘wjth brass Iin WinCheSter’ va' death occurred on Feb. 8 the rack. The ideal gift for I Mr- and Mrs- EIW'OOd CheShire Charles Town General Hospital. the perfect hostess. ’and daughters, Patricia and l HBuBria] was made in the Pleas- Phaniei Spent Monday in Alexan‘ ant View Memory Gardens near dria, Va., to assist their son, John E Martins,ng with the Messrs. Ir_ 00 ; gillgesél‘ig’teirg "wing to new 1iV~ vin Moreland, Richard Schmidt, :2: Mrs. Wallace Snyder, of “West £21511) Mfigg’la’fixffi Shenstone,” returned home on Kanade’ Randolph Fug, and Ray TueSday 0f 13“ week from the: Seal serving as pallbearers. "was Charles Town General Hospital Miss Sue Snyder returned to V, g g where she had been amedical pa—tsmpherd College on Sunday af_ ‘ - I ‘ tient .Slnce the prevrous.FKrlday % tel-noon after spending the week. . i 1 morning. Her daughter, Miss Sun-i end at the home of her parents, : der, was also a patient in the‘Mr. and Mm Wallace Snyder I V *3 E A G A N J E w E l- E R S hospital last week having been Mr and Mrs. Albert Bem‘ler’ V 1 230 w . admitted on Sunday for observa- ‘of Berry-vine, Va" were recent , -Washmgton St. —- Charles Town, W. Va. l “on and tests. , . visitors at the home of the for- Afl‘Work And Merchandise Guaranteed ‘ ofhllgeggvgnlevirg Elligttsctlllr 1:331? ' {Jim's mm??? Find 5.12:?” , I . ‘- r. an rs. . . so :3“ l day evenmg at the home 0f Mr- visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Furr é} Phone EzMflrngfildoMiédCharles Heare and on weaneSday evening 0f laSt . week were their son and daugh- "3 Hours Daily . 9:00 to 5:00 Friday 9:00 to 9:00’ i 30“: Rustg’ “gem WW5 0“ Sm}; i ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rememb If Y D , Y h day at t ‘3 ome 0f the lattersiFurr and sons, Greg and Rick, of . er » ou ont Know our Watc es, : ggflriésknlgb 501;? Mrs. Herman Charles Tm_ _... - Mrs. Milton Custer and a friend . x . ' Know Tour Jeweler g Mrs. E. F. Doaize, of (alleges from Martinsburg were visitors Keep her busy when long distance rates are high. Let her talk when long distance rates . ' WWW"... Egghgwgftfie glsglgrofofier an Wadinesldayf' of lals’t week atMthe are lowest—after 7 PM, and all weekend, she can call any place in the USA for $1 or less.* Mrs. Bonn W. Crim, and her cous- Jgglne fiaisfianorme S SISter’ rs' She'll love ever ycerityou save. *Fortheflrstthree minutesimersiaio,statiomio-siaiioninmeconnnentaideemeptelem.‘ if}, I in, Mrs. Clifford Rowland. Miss patfici'a Rink... of Win- I Mrs. Julian Glascock. of Win- chester Va. was a gfiest over u a e CheSter, Va., was a recent dinner last weekend at the home of Mr. L r2 . .- guest at the home 9f her 5151;59r‘iand Mrs. Welton Hott and fam- r e fa I 'll sell the f 11 ' 10c ted 4 miles -law‘ and Gllmthelqun-Icla‘ll/l I fly' r, I , W1 0 owmg a eorglanna ascoc an r. 1- Mn, 6 n 5 mr ed * r. ,v nsburg, W. Va., 4 miles West of Shepherdstown, liam Glascock. On Tuesday of last 3 home léggeszgofintherEha3ks ._ , South of Route 45, turn South at Files Cross MARCH 6, 1969 “BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. i , I 1‘HEAD-OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE—21 again cow, calf just sold off; 3 Holstein cows milking; 3 cows dry; I Holstein heifer wul freshen in April; Home. heifers 1 year old; 9 Holstein heifers 6 months old; , "1 bull months old. , ‘* DAIRY EQUIPMENT ; pump; 12 can milk cooler; 10 10-gal. milk hot water heater, and wash up tank. ’ l , FARM MACHINERY er. 1H tractor; Super C tractor with plow; cultivators and New Holland hayliner 67 baler; I. H. bale master; 9,. 0 arris hay rake; Oliver wagon with bed; 2-wheel farm ’. 2n Yuhber; manure spreader; disc; drag; Oliver corn 8 com planters; John Deere grain drill; McCormick WWmernnll; David Bradley conveyor; garden tractor c‘hments, and watering trough. Some Brome Grass Kay 1 “f Sale Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. lit . . V'For Accidents. WILBUR JACKSON WARD “Ned” MORROW Feb. 27-1t- Rose Ex- . DOG NUGGETS are V Nuggets is a tast'y. wholesome food Show“ of years of de- containing plenty of - icoearch and meat meal and other eo- "‘ Dog Nuggets sentials required for your ‘ dog's diet. Your dog will like these crunchy, appetizing and satisfying Dog Nuggets. Try them! 335-;002 .- CHARLES rows. w. VA. es Supply, Inc. week their sister, Mrs. Clagett Warfield of Laytonsville, Md., was a visitor at the Glascock home. Visitors on Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their sons, Mark and Paul, were Miss Flora Price and Mr. Wade Wharton, of Charles‘ Town and the Reverend and Mrs. Glenn Stevens and sons, Richie, Mark and Franklin, of Summit ‘Point. 1 Friends here are sorry to learn that Mr. Lawrence Grove is a pa- tient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital, having been admit- ted on Thursday. Mr. Grove has been making his home with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and ZMrs. Alton Grove, in Leetown for the .past several months. i, The first of the programs, of Bi- ble study to be held by the Church of the Holy Spirit and Grace Church in Middleway dur- ing the Lenten season was held on Sunday evening at the old White Church in Middleway. These discussions will be held 2each Sunday evening for six iweeks, beginning at 8 o’clock, and late under the direction of the (Feverend William V. Brook. ‘ E.C.W. to Meet g The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit will meet at 2 o’clock on Tuesday af- ternoon, March 4, at the home of Mrs. Page Henton. All members are urged to be present. (FROM LAST WEEK) Demonstration Club Meets The Summit Point Home Dem- onstration Club met on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Rob~ ert Light with seven of the mem. bers in attendance. In absence of the president the meeting was called to order by the vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Robert Burch. who also led the evening’s Devotions. These were followed by a routine business meeting during which several matters were discussed, after which the evening’s lesson was presented by Mrs. George Crim. The subject of this was “*Book Review” and Mrs. Crim gave a very interesting review of a book written by the Reverend Billy Graham. Several other members gave reports on current books after which the meeting was adjourned. During the pleas- ant social hour which followed the group enjoyed a number of games. of “Valentine bingo” and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. . Mrs. Wallace Snyder of “west Shenstone” is a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital, having been admitted on Friday morning for tests and observa- tion. . Miss Hester Rowland, of Wi- chester, Va., spent Tuesday after- noon of last Week visiting at the home of her sister-indaw, Mrs. Clifford Rowland and her mother, Mrs. Bonn W. Crim. 21st Birthday Miss Sharon Smallwood cola brated her twenty-first birthday on Sunday and in honor of the occasion had as her dinner guests Miss Linda McKee, of Kearneys- ville and 1011:; Crane of “Mt. El- len.” Visitors at the-Smalle lat the home of Mr. and ‘Town General Hospital where he had been admitted the previous Week for treatment of pneu- monia. iJr., and sons, Les, Jimmy and lKeith, of Millsboro, Dela., were in—law and” siste‘ Robert Light and children, Bob~ by and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn had as their overnight guests on Monday of last week the former’s aunt, Mrs. Pearl Uandolfini and her daughter, Miss Theresa, of St. Augustine. Fla, who were called here by the death of the former’s sister, Mrs. Howard Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr and children, Todd and Theresa, visited on Saturday afternoon with the latter’s brother-indaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Talley and family at their home in Bakerton. Collect for March of Dimes The annual March of Dimes was held in Summit Point on Sunday and with some streets still to be canvassed, the results were very gratifying. The drive «was under the direction of Mrs. Robert Burch and Mrs. Matthew Bittle who were assisted by Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and the Misses Sharon Smallwood, Gail DeHaven, and Theresa Jenkins. Mrs; Ernest Rudolph and her younger son, Paul, were luncheon guests on Tuesday of last week rs. Douglas Robinson and family in Winchester, Va., and on Monday were luncheon guests of the Rev- erend and Mrs. Glen Stevens and their three sons at the Methodist Parsonage. Attending Convention Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Lay~ ton Stockdale of Winchester, Va., left by plane on Friday for Los Angelas, Calif., to attend the Na- tional Pallette Association con- vention in session there this week. At close of the convention the group will fly to Hawaii to spend about a week before re- turninghozne on March 1. KABlET OWN Mrs. MariannarSmallwood Worship Service Sunday The Glenn Stevens will conduct Worship Service Sunday, March 2, at!) o’clock. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jen— kins, Ranson. visited Tuesday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Willard N. White. The latter couple has improved very much since the last report of their indisposal. Mr. C. A. Burdetts has an. noticed the birth of his grandson who arriVed on Lincoln's birth; oay, Feb. 12. He weighed nearly eight pounds and has been named Michael. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews, of near Geithersburg, Md. . ‘ Paul Rowland has been con- .fined to his home with influenza. iOrchard Company.» 1 Tammy Bush, seven-month-old‘ 1”. Mr} and ‘Mrs.’ from an attack of intestinal flu. Death of Mrs. Brooks Death came unexpectedly Tues- day at 6:30 pm, to Mrs. Eva Shir- ley Brooks, age 53 years, who.l was a patient in the Charles Town -' General Hospital. Memorial serv- ice was held in the Enders Funer- a1 Home, Berryville, Thursday at- ternoon by the Rev. William Reed, pastor of the Pentecostali Church Ranson, with interment in cemetery of the Old Stone Church, Frederick County. The deceased is survived by her hus- band.) Mr. John E. Brooks, Ka- bletown; four daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Wills, Frederick, Md., Mrs. Daisy Ballenger, Charles Town, Mrs. Peggy Popkins, Har- pers Ferry, Rt. 2; and three sons, Robert, Kabletown, Joe, Cham- bersburg, Pa., and John, Weeds- ville, Va. There are twenty-three grandchildren. Mrs. David Yeabower and in- fant son. Douglas Allen, returned to her home recently. The infant, weighing six pounds 8 ounces, was born Feb. 5 in the Leesburg, Van, Hospital. Mrs. Yeabower’s mother, Mrs. Mary Matz, and friend, Miss Agnes Kalas, re- turied to their home in Chicago after visiting the Yeabowers for several weeks. They went by pastor will conduct Divine Wor- ship Service at 9 o’clock Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ware, ‘He is an employee of Robinson February 23rd. Ten members of the local W. S. C. S. met at the home of Mrs. Visitors over the Past Weekend at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ‘ Clarence Smallwo‘od Wednesday Whom orthe'fyrmerfs'bwther— Bush, has recovered.,satifactorily moiegEebmery multilateral-of Mrs; Oral B. Hughes whose mo- ther was ill. Mrs. Robert Sowers, president called the meeting to order who called on Mrs. Hughes for the |lesson' who substituted for Mrs. iGeorge Griffith who was absent idue to a death in the family. An iexplanation was given of the new study book “The Now Prophet and of. the organizational monthly magazme “Response”. The topic of the lesson “What’s Happening to Religion”, brought forth dis cussions. Following the reading of the introduction the hymn, “Jesus Calls Us” was sung. Mrs. Robert Sewers assisted Mrs. Hug- ’ hes taking a part of the dialogue pertaining to nor churches of to day. A prayer followed with scripture reading from matt 25: 24-40. Articles were read from February’s Readers Digest and “The Now Prophet. A paraphrase of Tom Goodhugh’s “ The Lord’s Prayer” was read. The hymn “Res cue the Pershing” terminated the devotions. The minutes of the last» meet- ing were read and approved. The financial report was given the evenings offering Was taken, birth day dues were paid by Mrs. Allen Kibler and the “Upper Room”~ plane Saturday afternoon from Dulles Airport. Mrs. Martha Sue Anders and three children ,of Alexandria, Va., spent the past weekend with the former‘s stepfather and moth- er. Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, Avon Hill. Dianne Rissler, an employee of Peoples Drug Store, Charles iToiwn. has purchased a 1966 Mus~ tan-g. Her cousin, Chubby Seal, employee of Halltown Paper- board Company, has purchased a 1967 Chevrolet. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood and her nieces, Misses Jane and Su- san Rissler, visited Sunday after- the Rurnsey Room, Shepherd Col- legt Center, where ten reproduc- tions of paintings of well known artists were on display. Previ- ously they had dinner in the Vil- lage House in Shenandoah Junc- t on. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Gor- rards town, on Sunday. We are glad to report that Mrs. Arthur Bush who has been under intense care following sur- ger yand Mr. C. D. Boyer, Sr, bothe patients in the Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va., are in!- ‘ proving. Mrs. Howard Bush v15» ited her sister briefly Sunday af- ternoon. Later Mrs. Bush. her mother,‘Mrs. Joshua Clipp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush and Team my, visited the latter’s cousin, Mr. ,and Mrs. Dovel Bush and family, Winchester, Va. (mom LAST WEEK) Rev. Richard Wood, associate booklets were distributed. I l O rica banquet has been postponed. B. Hughes did the work. Reports were given concerning Mrs. Allen Kiibler, chairman of. the temporary repairs to the Spiritual Life read a timely and' Memorial Windows and the in- very interesting article “A Man stallation of the-not water heater Don’t Know What He can 9‘97. which was, given by Rod. as this is Brotherhood week. .rick. Messersi‘eliarles., , .. .. . T row Adamsassisted by Oral GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ,srmir or JEFFERSON cannons ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 B-1 it “Maryland of improvement Sale" SATURDAY. MARCH 1.21969 12:30 P. M. FREDERICK, MD. 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