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Mrs. VanMetre and her co-host son ] Team W. L. and Noland were: Doris Cline, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ess, Mrs. Paul Miller, Jr, pro-1 Birthday cake and ice cream ~ Stu's Heroines 16 4 419; C. Gano, 503; Ida Mary No1- THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1966 vided crab Imperial and the pre-' potato chips, pecan pie, peanuts, I [ Bob's Babes 15 5 and, 344 and Mary Kitchell 519. luncheon appetizer. The dining mints and punch was served by I| Dickie's Olympians13 7 Other set scores for the Stuck Archie's Dames 13 7 & Alger team were: Nancy Roth, single set score of the day, a 506, Post-Gazette. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead room table Was a bit of spring it- the hostess. Everyone reported a] | self with yellow jonquils used in good time and left wishing Mr. I | Dorothy's Pills 12 8 468; Jane Stone, 472; Polly Moore while Doris Blackford had a 504 ] Send your check or 1 ~~'~" a dark green ceramic containeri Shutts many more happy birth-I' Helen's Dolls l0 10 430 and June Willingham, 442. ~:thSewCndhh~ghwi~taa~sd N~ncy IordeircealO~greW~thtohlSp~ Mrs. ~overt Braay, Shenandoah as the center piece, days ] | Jay's Debs 7 13 Bob's Babes rolled the high I Post-Gazette Mail "Subsc] Jct..was hostess for the February Following the luncheon, the I Mr. and Mrs. William Vanpelps I i Lawrence's Gales 7 13 KASTLE'S DEFEAT team game score, a 707 and alSO]Den+ ~..~ 'Q~7 D~H~, ,. meeting of the ~ge,,vooa ~ome business meeting was conducted:of Washington, D. C. spent the/| Barb's Copy Girls 5 15 PINBUSTERS IN the high set score of 1953.,I -~' ~" ............. ~, makers Club. Mrs. Homer Mc- by Mrs D Lee Morgan, president I weekend with" her parents, Mr. I X Sweetie~ O 2 18 BRUNSWICK PLAY Dot Brown is the league s lead I lvz~u. Kee gave the lesson on Viet-Nam The club "agreed to send a tool l and Mrs. James Everhart and dan I | -- -- The Kastle's Men's Shop Ladies ing scorer with a 154 average and I Mrs: orman wne el re portea kit and two seed packets to the]ghter, Brenda. I| ' Bob's Babes picked up a point Bowling team of Charles Town, Jane Stone and Nancy Roth are] on ~wo neazm meeungs sne nan Phillippines under the auspices I Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. I [ on the league leading Stu's Her- won a 2-1 decision from the Pin- tied for second place with 152 [ /. /A'q~'~,~'~.~" /I attenaed. A special hour foilowea of the nationwide Care Program I Floyd Simons were Mr. and Mrs. I| oines in action in the WXVA busters in the Ladies Major Duck averages. Biddy Smoot is fourth l ~t~~~t//d the business meeting when the Mrs Mor a - ounced tha the!Rueben Gray their daughter and t -- Housewives Bowling League Feb. pin bowling league Thursday hostess served cherry pm and ice roadside development program of three children of Wilhamsport, 1 PIN BUSTERS HOLD TO . [ cream with soft drinks, The the state garden clubs is organ- t Md, Mrs. Melvin Snyder and [ SLIM LEAD IN LADIES' 22 at Pikeside bowl by scoring Feb. 17 on the Brunswick, Md. all- ,arch ............. meeting will be held at ized and ea~er for uarticiuants ,__ ~-~ . children. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim [ TRIO BOWLING LEAGUE werea 3-1 victOrYsplittingWhiletheirStU'SmatchHeroines2.2, eys. SPORTS NEWS I .~~,~,~s~ me name at ~rs. ~narles ~ymons The local club chose to helu in lcalled on Saturday afternoon. Duffields. the anti-l'itter a~d r~adside beau,] Master Steven McDonough was/ LADIES' TRIO LEAGUE At the same time Archie's Helen Kelican led the Kastle Sports news is important to[ W'~h~MQ ~- "P"-- team to the victory, with a 124 men . especially men in the[ It is more blessed to Mrs. Robert Andorson~ Chair- tification cawpaign Inn over night guest of his grandI ~TAwrn~r. ~,~ ~aM.~ Dames moved back into the high single game score and a 318 armed forces. Now, with special] than to receive--(Acts20 man, reports the Heart Fund As- the first ate;, Mrs W R t parents, Mr. and Mrs. George [_ ~" ...........~." ...._ thick of the league race by scar- high set. reduced rates for military men ! h v b en dele ate Drive has been completed in this ~ea no,, ~,~',',~,~,~a ~h:: "ho~,~ ~:~ I James. [ Team w. L ing a 4-0 victorY. The clean sweep Other set scores for the Kastle you can send a Post-Gazette sub I We a e e g ..... - ................... ~" ~ O 2 of their match placed them in a team were: J. Spinks, 278; Vir- script|on anywhere in the world I God to make a unique co~ area. Mrs. George Hilliard and th~ Potom~o l~m 1. W ('], h i~l Mr, and Mrs. Ray W. Gray,[Pin Busters 1 .................... 3 tie for third place with Dickie's ginia Dorsey 297, Amy Alger 301 And you can t get better sports [ but|on to life It may see~ Mrs. Norman Whetzel assisted, nickin~ .n d~h~.i~ s~,,o tb .... / Berkeley Springs, Mrs. Mary Shy-~Rolling Pins 9 Mr and Mrs. Rober% Ni~ly ~idA ~ ,~ ma~:,'~'~,,*~c~=.~I der and children Lee, Lorrie and~Thunderblrds 8 4 Olympians, who spht their match and Gertrude Prain 300. coverage than in the pages of[significant to us but from and family have moved from herdstown This will ~ done ~rl Norman were guests of Mr D.~ S. I Rolling Stones8 and left them only three points the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The point of view we are Oklahoma to Poolesvil4e, Md. Mr. ticularlv ~ ~-n~un-H~n ~,]'~ ~l~ t Graham and daughter Nancy Sun- ] Comets 7~ 4~ back of the league leaders. BOWS BABES TAKE LEAD P-G has long been acclaimed as I placeable. Be willing, lik " .... ~ ............ t 5 Dot Brown rolled the high in-[ Nicely is the grandam of Mr. e~min~ ~-~ W~,,~ ~n~ g'.~,,.d~,.I day. ]Lucky S rikes 7 ........ .................. 7 dividual single game score of theIIN WXVA BOWLING LEAGUE the paper to read when it comes[ Lord Himself, to giv, Vernon Stuckey. Tour in April [ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and [ Screwballs 5 The Leetow~ Ruritan C~ub wiR ,,,,~mh~ ,,,o,-~ m~+ nl .... ] sons Michael and Mark called ~n ) Pin Splitters5 7 day, a 214, while Barbara Hooper I WXVA HOU~'~]'VES LOOP to sports reformation, t others more than you re~i . " The ................... v .... - - ~ , s had the second high individual Send that serviceman son the/ especially to those who d meet at the Kearneyswlle School ad with tho rd~c~ esrd~ ths* M~-~ [ Mrs Simons parents Mr and ] F 85 s 4~ 7~ I STANDING OF TEAMS daily Post-Gazette for only $6.75~ share your advantages. House on Monday, March 7, when 7~illiam ~I~o~e ha~-~lesi~ an~] Mrs" William Honk ancl Miss Dot-] Coffee Cups 3~ 8~/~ score, 210. ,~, ,, ~ ..... ~ 9~ Dot Brown also rolled the high [ Team W. L. for six months. He'll appreciate ~ ...m ~m m the P. W. A. will_, sere the. meal._ made for ~he State Convention at[ othy Bowers in nalltown Sunday. [ Early Risers 2 ~ ~/~ individual set score for the day, I Bob's Babes ~ 23 5 yOUra .thughtfulness. ......................... and he'll ]~e~ ~Hr~ ~[~( Mr_ .an wemn the Greenbrier, March 27.29. '[ Mrs, Rosle Roderick of Kable- [ tieaa runs O ;~ a 539, with Nancy Roth was sec-, Stu s Heroines21 7 pprecm~e Demg aoie to read the, son, Tacoma YarlL Mu. were week In conclusion, the group gave] town visited her mother Mrs. ] _. .. . -- - - and with 516 and Barbara Hooper, Archie's Dames 21 7 end guest of Mr, and Mrs Earl ........... , ,_ ,,._/Esau Grim Monda- afternoon I Tne 'in usmrs mamminea , . ~o ~vmp,~ ~l~t,v~ to my ~ .... R llin and Dottle Anders were tied for]Dorothy,s Pills15 13 Welsh. Mr. and Mrs.~ Junmr school bondissuetobevotedonI Mrs. NellMeade of Arlington, Ithezrshght.lead over the o g third with 459 each. ,Dickie'sOlymplans ,, FOR SALE Welsh and family, Martinsburg, in the county March 8 I Va. visited her daughter Mrs. ~ Pros !n their race for the zeague Archie's Dames rolled the high I Helen's Dolls11 17 visited the Welsh s on Sunday. -"" .......... ] Phdlis Kilmer Sunday | lean m ~ne earzy stages oz me Sunday evening visitors of Mr ..... :-_ - - --~ ) Mr and Mrs Fl-,,~ ~ ....| second half of action in the Lad- team game, a 655, and Dorothy's|Barb's Copy Girls 10 18 and Mrs Robert Whitmore were, [ visite~ V^v ~"a ~#-- r, ~, ~. _ | ms Trio Bowhng League by s Mr. Carroll Solenberger_ l hes in Boli'var Sun aya/ rr o mghs'x Pl emttws mUtt f a 1809. , [' enCeswe Gales 8 20 N7mm F ann ~ars. ~mrenee Rooinson ol mtms,#vm~ lMrs Hu-~es i~ -i-~+ m o+ ~o,[ g ~m o esro Dot Brown remains the league s X S etlesO 8 20 Winchester, Va. I home at his time', s ............ (Shenandoah Lanes. leading bowler, with a 154 ave- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leonard, Mar Mrs. Floyd Simons | Luncheon gue~" of Mrs Charles] Because of the postponement of rage, while Jane Stone has 153, ) Bob s Babes, who have been , , I breathing down the neck of Stu's Jefferson Vmllage Sub Dmvism tinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. ~.~..~.~m,~.~l Costell- -- Weano~, ~,.~ ~ | one week of action due to the Nancy Roth 152 and Biddy Smoot I Heroines since the second half George Hilliard on Sunday, ~ "~.~_ ~'~.~'~ ~'l Woodrow'i)ris~l,'Mrs'~Francis'~.ff|"Blizzard of '66" each league team' 148. Mr and Mrs Charles Stride, Mrs Beulah Ring of Martins-Ie ............. ...... ! participated in a double header [of action in the WXVA House- THREE LARGE BEDROOMS WITH BIG, ROOMY Shel~i~erdstown, "visited Mr~ Edi- burg is spending sometime at the I ~[e~ay ~nudgn~Fs Z~nhmJe~ ~i~'/program Wednesday. MERCHA~D [wives Bowling League got under th Thomas Sunday afternoOn, hTme of her brother, Mr. L~e[warner of Charles Town. "/ The Rolling Pins who scored a DOWNS STUCK & ALGER [way, caught up, and passed Stu's SLIDING DOOR CLOSETS . CERAMIC TILED . aturday visitors of Mr. and rown. _ ....... . Mr. Philip Drish of Middleway| clean sweep in their first match [Heroines last week in action at BATH - 20-FT. LIVING ROOM - MODERN mrs. S= W. Zombrp were, Mr: and ann trs. unmr ,ume.ot] was a supper guest of his aunt ] at the start of the second half of The Merchan oland Chevro the Pikeside Bowl by scoring a KITCHEN WITH BUILT-IN OVEN & RANGE ~40- victory. The win gave them a LOTS OF CABINETS & FORMICA COUNTER rs. t eorge Anaerson, nson, u zwooa spenz Man any evemng[ and uncle, Mr and Mrs Charles[ action, managed to hold onto sec- let and Oldsmobile Agency bowl two-game lead over Stu's Hero- TOP. DINING ROOM- FULL BASEMENT Mrs Illev Weller and dau~htero wz[n nis morner ~rs ~,uciue i ,~ ........ :..a^. " ! ,,n .,1o~o q,,et ~ ~,in h~ af ing team of Charles Town scored Shenan.doah JcL, and Mrs. Jeff )rywn and sister, Mrs. Giadys[ Rev. and Mrs. William Reed Jthe Pin Busters by picking up a 3-I victory over the Stuck &lines. c.i)anmt ann ctaughver of Darzes . se. . ". I apd Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro] five points while dropping three. Alger team Monday in action in[ At the same time Archie's ELECTRIC HEAT ON CORNER LOT wlle. ,, ~ Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd aria | were callers at the home of Mr. | In the Feb. 16 action Charlotte the Bi-County Major Ladies Bowl ] Dames moved into a tie with I (OF OVER ACRE) Mrs. Viola Dawson, Martins-sons spent Sunday ~ith the lat- | and Mrs Lee, Brown Monday ] Gano rolled the high individual ing League at Shenandoah Lanes. [ Stu s Heroines and are only two 25-Yr. Financing Only I0 Down burg, is spendlrtg some time with ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal-[ " ~ , " | game score of 193 and also high Millie Anderson of the Mer-[ points back of the league leaders. " " c~ Mrs. Fred Smith. rues Snyder of Martinsburg. ]- = : -- - -_ ~|set score of 516. The Thunder- chant & Noland team, rolled the| Betty Longerbeam chalked up Mr. and Mrs. Robert WhitmoreRev. and Mr~ Joseph Roby and[ ~mm~m~m m~**~ [birds rolled the high team game high set score of the day, a 538|the top single game score of the "WILL TRADE IN YOUR HOUSE OR LOT" ,~ rove to Washington, D. C. on son of Winchester, Va. called ira| |score, a 551 and high team set to lead her team to victory. Joan/match, with a 185, while Burla 667-4116 CALL: Tuesday to hear author, lecturer, Mrs. Daisy Deavers, Friday after I m-mmum~m.m-. ~m t score of 1498. Jenkins had third high set score [ Tenney had a 181 for second high 2400 Valley land Doris Blackford was third Dr..C.W. Slemmings at the Wash teen.. . . - I Harry Shirley [ Millie Anderson continues as for the Stuck & Alger team, a|high with a 178. Winchester Winchester, lngr.on ~inle t ouege .... weezenu visitors at the name I /+ha hnvJl " ith 510 set. Mrs. Wayne Whitmore, Charles of Mr. and Mrs Lee Brown were |a" 6 a era e w l e C. 'Gan "'l as Other set scores for Merchant! Dot Brown, rolled the high M " ~; , 0 Town, was guest of honor at a r. and Mrs. Paul Ring and dau-I Mr Stanley Rin , and Ma.v| T]sri C.ltn br dal shower at Grace Church ghters, Mrs. Thomas Whxte and[ Faulkner were married on Wed-[ 153 and B Stagner 149 on Saturday night. The room was daughter, Mary and Mrs. BettY l nesday by the Rev William Reed [ ..... ~' ........ gaily decorated with white stream Poston of Middleway, Mr. and[ in Ranson Mrs Baker and Mrs [ BOB'S BABES CUT LEAD ers and wedding bells. Miss Bren- Mrs, Berkeley Custer and da~t ~len Rin~ were their attendents'| ~ ~w~,~ u~,or, w~,~c ~r, da Willingham and Mrs. Walter ghter of Jefferson Terrace, Mr:l We wish tOhem much happiness m = Judy were at" the punch bdwl, and Mrs. Roy Chapman and son) Mr Harry Baum~ardner ha~ r~| ~z~ rOL~l Z~ wxvA r~z W lle Mrs. Norval Johnston, St. Winchester, Mrs Charles SmaU-1 turned to his home from the1 cut and served the cake. Mints, wood of Berkeley Spring~, Mr. Charles Town General Hospital WXVA HOUSEWIVES LOOP nuts and coffee were also served. Lyle Tabb of Leetown; Mrs. EarIe arid at this time is somewhat ira- STANDING, OF TEAMS Out of town guests were, Mr. and Whittington and Mr, and Mrs. proved Mrs. David Hoffman, Bunker Hill George Anderson and family, Rail r~i~...~. ...... ,. ^~. o ....... ~. Mrs. He en Lew . x..,Shepherdstown I son. , ann ars. rroq jo nson anuI ........... " - , DIIDI iLP t JklP Mr ...... son were Mr and Mrs S W Tom and and ~Buddy "S~t~, ~~~aZ Shutts of Falrfax. br o" ;;e" """ -: " - o , r, arneysvme, ana CALENDAR Martlnsburg, and Mrs. Mabel Sch |Blvd. gave her husband a birth- Mrs CAP,;- Pi...... a . ,~ ,,hnn ultz, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breeden |day party Saturday evenmg'l xorr and Mrs. Shirley Baling and fam/Those helping Mr Shutts cele-t ,,7& 7;:". .... _'.'" -:'," "~" ':~"" I c anial ann aaugnter, arKes- I y, Charles Town. |brate his birthday were his too-I rifle o,n lift- Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro |ther Mrs, Nancy Shutts and son l Naomi Barrow and dau h March 4 - Virginia Hereford sPent Sunday with Mr and Mrs I Jerry, Mr and Mrs Carroll Shut [. .. o " Association Annual Meeting and darroll Johnson at Micldleway "|ts, Mr and Mrs Richard Shutts[ usie, are mo v!ng in ar . apart Banquet, Hotel Roanoke, Roan- ........ " - - - . ..... .... men me t;narles ,earns i oke, Virginia. mecmenourg t;m Jail from Mlucueway, Mr anCl Mrs. ) home until her new home has Meeting at the home of Mrs. |W. A: Kidwiler, Mr. "and Mrs. I been com-leted She sold her Milton T. VanMetre, February 23 [Howard. Ainsworth and family I,_o . z . ..... ': ..J MARCH 5 : . Mrs. Naomi Bar- n me Termo he,gnus Mrs. Mecklenburg Garden Club enjoy. |Mrs. Mary Bu ard and son all ITusing from near Summit Point row at Terico Heights on Route ed a delighU'ul luncheon with [from Bakerton, Mr. and Mrs. [ The local P T A met at the 51, 3 miles east of Inwood, W. Va. each member bringing a oovered |John Cooper, l~arcellville, Va., I Middlewa- School "on Tue~da,, Household furniture. Sale begins dish. |Mr and Mrs Howard Shade Ran/ :'- ..? -- at 1:00 p..m. , ...... " , mgn[ wzm Mr. owery as speaker Mrs. Edith Jones and daughter MARCH 5 :. Herbert Everhart Louise, Martinsburg, were dinner Frank Willingham, on Cherry- OUR "BtLTMORE" BRAND guests on Wednesday with Mr. meade Farm 3 miles south of BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Huge Selections, Top Quality Shirts and Slacks That Wash in a Wink, Never Need Ironing, Stay.Permanently Pressed, Wrinkle.Resistantl and Mrs. Harry Shirley Visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Sr. and family were, Mrs. Herman Liskey, Mr. and Mrs. Mbx Dunn and Son and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr. and son. " Mrs. Baker and daughter of near Rippon were visitors on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Ring. On Sunday Mr. Edwin Jurek and son, Joey, along with their house guest, Mr. Harley Houser, from Wilton, North Dakota, tour- ed Gettysburg, Pa. Yours truly woUld like to thank all |;hose in the community who contributed to the Heart Fund. Middleway, W. Va., 2 miles south of 3-M plant. Dairy cattle, farm machinery, dairy equipment, feeds. Sale begins at 10:30 a. m. March"5- Lo:doun Angus Bull Sale, Fairgrounds, Leesburg, Vir- ginia. Sate Manager: Virginia Angus Assocication, Charlottes- vllle, Vi. .inia.-- ,, Match S . "Virginia Royalty~ Show and Sale, Roanoke, Virginia Sponsored by: Virginia Hereford Association, Stau.nton, Virginia. March: . 5 - Robert and Mar- garet Guyton, Middletown, Md., farm located on Hollow Road. Hal stein Heifers, farm machinery, Household goods. Sale begins at 10a. m. March: R.ssell (Pete) Wiles, north of Middletown, Md. Rt, 40A. Registered and grade hal Dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Douglas Ring were Mrs. Viola Dawson, Martinsburg, Mr. Mrs. Jack Leatherman, Hagerstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence" Rifig and son, Larry, Mr. Paul Ring, Mrs. Allen Athey and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ken steins. Farm machinery and equi- hey Ring and sons. men from this area who pment. Sale begins at 9:30 a. 1 * * been soliciting for the Boy March 0 - Staunton Hereford Scouts have been, Mr Carroll --.To The-.-- JOhnson, Mr. Jay Ke~rns, Mr. BUll Sale, Staunton, Virginia. Spa nsored by: Virginia Hereford David Smith and Mr. Joe Gruber. Association Staunton, Virginia. This correspondent would like to express her sympathy to the March 11-. Performance Tested family of Mrs. Lena Ambrose. I Bull Sale, Culpeper Agricultural had the pleasu2e of meeting her Enterprises, Culpeper, Virginia Hease En7 My Subscription fr tha firstUme at tl~ lunchen Sale Manager: Virginia Angus As this past year. sociation,.Charlottesville, Va. On Wednesday evening March .. To The- .= 9 startitlg at 7:30 p. m. there will[ MARCI 16: - At the Bessie be a Fire Demonstration at theI Lloyd farn~ about 2 miles west of ~J i~ ~1 ~ ~,~i MiddleWay S~hoOltotheattend. P" T. A. 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