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SPAGHETTI, SPAGHETTINI ELBOW MACARONI 16-oz pkgs +..oo 5+1 Statler of 400 C NOW ON SALE! IIrCTIONS 14 Old Master's illustrated Edition Holy Bible Sensational Value SECTIONS 2-1S psr section Only ISle Special Offe~ on Section I A|level Available in the King James Authortled Version end the New American Catholic Kdltiog OF JEFFERSON V.RME,S ADVOCATE I MARCH 9, 19+I .... --A Mr. Earl Peacher, Mr. Edwin Clev enger, Mrs. Elmer Wright,' Mrs. Raymond Parks and Mrs. Nathan- Dorothy Bowers tel Gray Jr. were in Martinsburg Thursday evening where they at- |rd Spates of Cabin tended the district meeting for Spending some time son and daughter-in.~the Massarletta Building Fund Campaign in the First Presbyter- mrs. Charles Spates t ian Church. I Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Aiexan- rs. William Laye and I dria, Va. and Mr. H. E. Mattes of ~rs. Cornelia Laye of lSilver Spring, Md. were dinner -~d the latters brotlmrlguests Saturday of the formers sister Mr and Mrs. I brother.in.law and sister Mr. and ;unday aftertnoon'Mrs. Elmer Wright and family. them enjoyed a of Harpers Fer- Muse accompanied Mrs. Marshall Mc- Va. Mon on business. Graham Wood Mrs. Edward Young of Charles Town is spending this week with her brother-in-law and~sister Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd at their home "Beallair" near Halltown. Visitors Monday eevning with Mr. and Mrs. Aiton Muse and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Cotta and children Jerry, Judy and Janet of Charles Town. Mrs. Leo Coyle of Charles Town accompanied by Mrs. Wil- liam Honk and Miss Dorothy Bow ers shopped in Winchester, Va. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and dau ghter Sharon, Mrs. Alec Costello and daughter Mary Lane visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello in Charles Town Saturday afternoon Miss Suzanne Gray was an over night guest Friday of her class- mate Miss Anne Wilt on Bolivar Heights. Miss Jennifer Gray is spending this week in Millville with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and family and attending school at Harpers Ferry from there. Miss Karla Kay McKee of Char- les Town spent Sunday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mar- slmll McAboy and son. Visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Hoak and family were Mrs. James Lancaster and daughter Mary Kay, Mrs. Bertha Morgan and Miss Becky Fritts of Bolivar, Mr. Bill Bowers andson Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Simons and their son were dinner guests of their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Gilber Kranen. burg of Delaware who are visiting the latters relatives here were vis itors Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daugh- ter. * Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler visi- ted Mrs. Annie Zinn and her dau ghter Mrs. Grace Moler in Char- les Town Friday afternoon. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, daughter Mrs. Donald Frye and grandson, Timothy Muse visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark in Clearbrook, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Wilco Mc- Ab0y and family in Kernstown, Va. Sunday afternoon. Visitors Sunday evening at the ior Regent, Mrs. Charlotte Shift- Artiflckd Breeders home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clev lett. enger and daughters were Mr. After the Four-Fold Declarat- and Mrs. William Trail and sons ion and roll call minutes of the TO 7"30 of Bolivar and 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chapter Night Meeting were read Peacher and sons of Halltown. by the Recorder. Communicat-: jn M rtJ burg Office Mrs. Douglas Bowers and child ions and notices were read. i reh Carolyn, Jeffrey and Mark of Mrs. Mamie Lancaster, who ser! The annual meeting of the Ar- Bolivar visited Mr. and Mrs. Ait- red as Senior Regent last year, i tificial Breeders Cooperative will on Muse and sons Sunday after- was presented with her Certifi-i be held March 13 at 7:30 p. m. at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Muse and sons cate of Achievement Award by the County Extension Office, 528 in the evening were visitors .with Protem Senior Regent, Mrs. West Race Street, Martinsburg, Mr .and Mrs. Michael S. Cotaa lotte Shifflett. and family in Charles Town. W. Va. The door prize went to Mrs. All persons who are members W Gertrude Prain and the Good of of this orginization are urged to omen Of Moose Had the Chapter prize to Miss Audrey attend. Reports of activities car- McCarthy. ried on over the past year will be Business Meeting The Chapter adjourned to meet given. again Tuesday, March 14th for Charles Town Chapter number the Moosehaven Chapter Night ANNUAL MEETING HOSPITAL 1028 of the Women of the Moose Program in charge of the pro- SET FOR TUESDAY, MAR. 21 held their regular business meet- Program. The annual meeting of the ing at the Moose Home Tuesday Lighting the way of men to bet Charles Town General Hospital February 28th. The meeting was called to or= terment is the finest profession Association will be held Tuesday, der at 8 by Protem known. March 21st at 7:30 p. m. in the Funkhouser Industries Auditor-+ ium in Ranson. Noah Webster began writing~ the dictionary in 1807 and finish2 ed in 1828. The. human heart rests about eight-tenths of a second betweenl each contraction. "i ALES and SERVIt , WEBB'S RADIO .- TELEVISION- APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. VL West Washington Street