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~m~l~~~,l Donald Hovermale and family of and Mrs. Goodson were visitors Leetown. }Saturday afternoon of Mrs. Chap- Mrs. Catherine Cross was the lman. 'c : Part on Mr and Mrs Vernon Wisenber- hostess to a Stanley y ] .. - Mrs. Harry ShirleyWeu sday, morninlzg, a.t" her home [ger ann iamily, of Norfolk, Va, ~ng~:~.:~:;..~i~.;:~g~i and the demonstrator was Mrs. lsPent the weekend with the for- Edith Jones of Martinsburg. Im~r's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Glenn Braithwaite of Wilming-t Tammy, daughter of Mr and [ WlsenDerger;_ . ... .... ton, Del., recently was honoredI , " . mrs J ~ ~OCKe, rams mary ,o,l- Mrs. Edwin Jurek, has been lll lbe. " ". "1~ - ..... by the Federal .Aviation Agency i~h~ ..o~ .... t~ , I rt ann ~ r. unarms ttusselt for his recommendation on thet r~ ~oa wh~, h~ h .... [w re supper guests Saturday eve. " . , nmg of Mr and Mrs Kenne h cooling of jet engine accessories, l surgma1 patmnt m the Kmgs~.~_ " He was awarded a metal replica l Daughters Hospital in Martins-[~eagans. 0 , ...... of his mechanic's certificate and! burg. I mr. Jonn ~amnar and mr.~t~. choice of tuition.free aviation I ,.- ,, .~ ,x.~ ...... ,....,~ ~,_ I H Walker were in Washington, mechanic's course at the F. A. A. t ~la,~t~.~m~ ~ ~ w~., ~ n D'~Ce ....... and Mrs. Harry .Shixley and faro-[ '.; ' on a~y las~ weeK... - Academy in Oklahoma City. He I messrs ~warren t~oms, oess l y were Mrs Edith Jol~es and] r~ .... "~r....~ o,.~ .......... is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. i son, Gary Martmsburg," Mr~ ~,,,,~,,. ~,~ o~r~ ann r~e. Grocer D~lap and brather of ....... ' .... - -. ~ 1 S~sk spent the weekend at their Miss Zol~ BraithwaRe, , :1 ~amm ~arrow ann : uaugmer, I ~abi = "ar Romne Sunda~ Mr Mrs: Carroll John,.n and Mr H" Mrs. Roy Lambert is slowly re- i Mrs. Charles Jones. ! ~aike v "ted- them " " " covering from virus ImemnVnia, ] ~:.~z~:~. ~n~,~] ;.Mr. an~9 Mrs. Lyle Pettyjohn Recent visitors at her home were ..................... i ........ Mr and Mrs,, ]~minic Cotta, a-I | ann Iam ly were in washington, long with Ann Di~tow of~Ranson~l ],~[~r~]k[ I o.~ C..Smtday to attend the Pastor and Mrs. Atwood and I LLJ~ m lk~ ~ ~ [ flower shd~. . daughter of Martinsburg, Mr. and I.o .. " ...~ I ML and Mrs. Alton Grove visit- Mrs. luary ~. rurr ] ed Saturday" evening with. Mr. Mrs. Lawrence Willingham, Mrs. I ~"-~~ .-;~ [ and Mrs. Lee Lupton and Sandra, Tom Wisenburg, Sr., Mrs. Total M~rs' F ' |at'Ar~,el, Va. - Wisenburg;~Jr., and baby of Lee-I , iorence G~r~er, of Don t forget the Aid Society town, Mr. and Mrs. Starliper, of I Charles Town, was a supper guest meeting a'the home of Mrs. Geno Kearneysville, Mr. Vorous and i recently of Mr. and.Mrs. John Starl]per Friday'night. son, Mr. Ed Lambert. I Gardner andfamiiy.. . ~ Visitors Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Hilda Creamer of Bruns-[ ~r. ~oy rlurr, ot irmgerstown; evening w~th Mrs..Mary Bruce wick, Md, was an overnight guest Mfl., was a .v.mRov Saturaay after- Furr included Mr. Clyde Gruhbs, of her daughter and family, Mr. noon with ms morner, mrs. mary of Shenherdstown Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Allen Ring on Thursday Bruce Furr... : William Kline a~l Mr'. and Mrs: night Mrs. ,Ed -Dunbar -entertained Lyie Furr and Kim, of Charles Mrs. Harry Shirley and child- the Hatchery BrRtge Club at her Town. , - ren, Judy, Donald Lee and Rusty home Wednesday night. were callers on Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Burgin Go0dson with Mr, and Mrs. Robert Putz and sons visited Mrs. Viola Chap- and family, Leetown and also Mrs. man Thursday afternoon. Mr. _ _._2' L '" "... _~ .2..' . U" : ~t~" ..... ' "% A THOUGIrl' TO ntmn n The late John.Wanamaker once said, Half the money I spend., ia advertising is wasted. But I have never been able to figure out just which half." Maybe he~ was Jesting. Maybe ~not, I don't know. But I do know there are problems in even attempting to do any Funeral Home advertising. Almost all Funeral~ Homes can and do say the same thinffs. The ads usually stress quiet, dtgnlfied~erviee; reverent care;. sympathetic understanding; reputation for attention to detail, and so on. Actually however, when Funeral Home services are needed, the selection is nearly always made for reasons, of reputation. Through the years;our firm has earned a des~erving|y good r~ptlt~t6 ion. Many families already 'know this. Even so, to better acquaint everyone with who we are~ what we stand for,. how ~.nd what we think,, this ~ew column will appear every week in this paper. Watch for it. Read it. You will find it interesting, ...... CHARLES J. w,$MITIT, SMITH ~MORIAL FUNERAL HO~ CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ] PUBLICSALE 1 Dlseonttnuhtg farming, and moving in,fawn, I will sell the [i following on the Wood End Farm, located 4 miles West of ! Charles Town,. W, Va., off the Summit Point Road on: | TUESDAY, MA CH 29, 1966 | Bering 1:00 P.M, | FARM MACHINERY, Etc. [ Farmall F 20 tractor with 2-M mounted picker; Massey :Harris baler, with motor; lnt. manure spreader on steel; 32 ft. ha~ elevator with electric motor; 9-8 grat~Arlll; Z ft. disc harrow; i 4 can milk cooler; Int, plow; John Deere 7 ft. moweG N. I. rake on steel; 2 wagons; se~lding tank~ f~rks; shovel~; same ,harness; some household goods and other articles too numerous to n mentio~ , , --, _ I TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. W.D. oRNDoRFF, Auctioneer . " i R. E. MORELAND, Clerk ~ ~ ~ .. ~". , ~ .,~ ! .... ,, LDUNN 1 Not Responsible For Accidents On Pre~ , :: SPRING IS IN THE AIR FoR YOUR LAWN LAWN SEED-- *SnAV , SVNNY, LUE AND MARION BLUE * REGULAR (1~-6-6) TURF FOODS -- . BALANCI~D TL~F FOOD WITH 2-4-D FOR BROADWAY WEEDS. Rose ' Azalea Food - Mico ' "' 0 Vegetable 'and ers Pestiddes March 21. Members will be ableI her mother, Mrs. Netta Rogers,, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT$ to help themselves and at thel0Yer $150 Taken From i aVe y: ls" sM( edWa idtahRihnegrlTHURSDAY,g Y MARCH 17, 1966 same time help thers with this Ch Tw.n project. I aries o Dru_ Store 'q sister Mrs Gladys Pulse on Sun- day ' ' who were present were: Mrs. Clay Roger and Patricia Piper, The project .wiIi end on or be-] fore September 30, when all rec-t ~} HU~@I]-Aa""I~HIM[-L"[~ U[~ [~l~0LLe'-" Mr. and Mrs. John Whittington !ton Talton and son Albert, Miss and Sharon McDanials,. t in ords will be turned in by each and family of York, Pa., visited Linda Piper, and Linda Lou Wilt ments of cake candy non~ participant. Sunday with relatives in Charles i Roland and David Rogers and Pat:and ice cream The~b~rthd Interested young persons agesl Sergeant Perry Ott of the Char- Townn and Ranson. . ricia Piper, Diana Longerbeam, i ,.o ..... i,o ~ ..mho~ u~ 14-19 are invited to contact thel les Town Police Department is . mr; and Mrs., ~oy Chapman ot lBruce Longerbeam, Terry and~ - .................... extension office for more infer- [ investigating the breaking and/winchester, ca. called on Mrs. lLvnn Dumor Rtunlov Rnndu and~ attractive so best wishes, marion regarding the project. I entering sometime Sunday mghtlGladys Pulse Sunday afternoon. ] c:~,'i-~'~,,~'~='~,'~r',,,u"q=:"v='~:', say to this dear little I at Moffett's Drug Store, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro ~ ............... " ...... : .... ". .... Ideated}of Kearneysv~ll=, ~o,=u ~ ~.= _ Jll~ll~ Mk'~A~Ard~ull~/*~l|^ke Bahd on East Washington street in .^ ....~ ..~.^ arvar Gary and Rebm Piper, day. Charles Town. ]Brown's on Monday. | m T~ Present Concert t Sit. Ott said between ,150 and, Miss Becky Pestun called on $200 in rolled silver money had/Miss Sharon Pulse on Sunday. , : Fi- N0-ih A 8 i been reported as missing, but a lAiso, Miss Sandra Ring was an rnl quick inventory Monday morning t over-night guest, p] r day t t did not show anything else had/ Mr. Phillip Drish was a supper i hi been taken. /guest of his aunt, Mrs. Charles The Shepherd College Band, di-] Sgt. Ott said that some one] Costello on Monday. ~ rected by Dr. ~Ioseph Labuta, will/forced open the front door, ran./ Mrs. Dorothy Arnett, Mrs.. Ed- be presented in concert Friday i sacked the .store and then pried lith Jones and daughter Louise, open the safe with crowbar. evening, March 18, at g p.m., in ]of Martinsburg, Mr. Charles Ill Reynolds Hall. The public, as well ] 19- ear*---~'-0id Charge /Mrs'l JoneSLucilleof KearneysvilleBrown on calledTuesday.On as the college community, is cord-: =y S / Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Small and felly inivted to attend the per-1 formance, T ~,,, ]family recently returned home Much of the program will con- Own Youth ]njurd ]from Florida, where they spent sist of selections played by the /the winter. band on its recent tour of east-By aifle Blast At Home ~~UT~ ern West Virginia high schools, selections that received many en- Cores and standing ova:ions. Steve OBrien, 19-year-old res- ident of North Lawrence street, ~0se Charles Town, was seriously Mrs. Georgia Pearl Other ..|.ee#,, wounded about Sunday morning at his home when he I~| accidentally shot himself in the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and ~H Be ~rm0n Tor,.c left side with a .22-calibre rifle, daughters, of Bolivar, were visi- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., He was rushed to the Charles tors Sunday with Mr and Mrs. and son, Vick, were~supper guests FOLuth SUnday Saturday, evening of Mr. and Mrs. r eran~ Town General Hospital by the G. C. Pearl. They have always Charles Town Independent Fire beeh very close friends. This is Boteler Link, Jr. "Those Other People" will be Company ambulance where e. G A R "" E E -- * SEED POTATOES * B/JFA! * ONION SETS~ * FOLK L~IAS PACKAGE GARDEN AND t,eir first visit to the Pearls for the sermon subject Sunday morn mergeny surgery was performed, for about forty years, so nice to 25 ~ris i0 V~ For ing March 20, for the 8:30 and His condition was listed Wednes- meet them again and have such a 11 services at St. Thomas Luther day at the hospital, as fair. wonderful visit with them. Many m~l~ m A} anChurch, it was announced Mon The shooting was investigated changes have taken place since OU~ r day by the ReG. Richard E. Neal, by Charles Town Patrolman, Nor- their last visit. re"pen"-': "" -'try'e(Hmh pastor. Nursery held during wor-man Ballenger.--__ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Woodwaxd ship for pre-school children. Sun from Camp Lee, Va., accompanied o m, mg "s 'n- by theirsonarevisitingthefor- day Church School at 9:45 a. m. Jeffers n Pu mer's home, Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Twenty-five lovely girls are reg. for adults, young men and wo- men, and children; James E. rett, vor a On. the new isttred1965 ~harmaS contestantSRevue to bef0r heldthe Brand, Superintendenk Senior Company Ad0pt Group andMr'twoanddaughtersMrS" HumphrYwere visitorsWilt Saturday night March 26,. at 7:30 Luther League meets at the par- F E p. m., in the .Harpers Ferry High sonage at 5:00 p. m.; Intermediate recently with the former's daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. School auditorium. Luther League meets at church Insurance or mployees ~lmer Laure of Charles Town. at 6:30 p. m. Lenten Vespers on The Revue iS staged ,annually We~_^_~ ....... ~aa ..... u.e~uny ag #'ou p m ...... The Jefferson Publishing Cam, Mrs. Clayton Talton and son by the Harpers ~'erry Dana ~oos~, ren ........ =- " " "- " . . " ..... ~ ~no~r at ,t:oo p m on ~ri- puny announces the adoption of Albert of Hamilton, Va. were ers to el0et tl~e young lany to day Catechi~,~ ~o~o~ "-~-~ -* a Group Insurancepol'c~y cover- visitors ~unaay with Mr. and Mrs eliminates need reign as "Miss Harpers Ferry."i the' oarSona[,~" ,'~"~t,v"~=: :: " /ur T .- ........... . ~,~ ing its employees and their depen George Talton and Mrs. Georgm he Revue contestants...and 9"00 1, U:UU ........... ~iI},~.L 1~.:~ a. m dents effective on March 1, 1966i P~erin Loudoun H It y! thei, .,sponsors axe: Jane Alien, ;, .- ' This comprehensive prograrn will eel osp al 0 r d i n a ryc h i m n e Stua~ts Garage; Nancee Bowden~ ,m ' h~ ~ "~. "~,,, , cover their employees for $5,000 Word was received from the Cackles Funeral Home; Iva ,Lou ~ea|~n ~e~, U~l(:|a| Life Insurance and up to $1,040 Carson family where Miss Angus Butt~ Butt s Fountain Service; " , Weekly Disability Insurance. It Carson passed way at the Loud- Here's tow-cost, automatic gas heat for Jelmifer Grey, l~opst Plumbing TA C',~.,I. T. Vf,~.-.t. also covers the employees and dun County Hospital where she anO,, iHeating; Viekie Houser, tO -J I OR IO IIIWIHI dosed-in porches, breezeways, arages or j their dependents for up to $4,200 was a patient. Mrs. Carson was Molers: Citgo Service; Ca~,~lyn ,*: ~: - : ~, Ida',: ,LeWis, Meadows (Metro, ~t.]v[~l~lln 1'fin|rib} Of Hospitalization expenses and formally from New York, she was any room in the house. It pirm right on Life Ins: Co); Joyee Jamison..by n .-..~.,,.,t~ utvuu, m~lllu! $10,000 of Major Medical expenses well known in our county and Shady Hill Orchards; Diane Kil, Renresentati=,,o ,~r ~ T. , The program is underwritten by loved by all. the wall, takes practically no space at all ,.: .......... ' .... ~ .......... er the Aetna Life Insurance Compa. A Fine Son and it's vented through the wall. If you're liar~ Hnv,~op, liouse; tlaroara soft County Health D~..rtmo.* nYcOnea~fr/he largest Group Insur Congratulations goes to Mr. and Kirby, F. T. "Whittington; Dorcas will t~reSen't the nr~m"-~'~-"t~'~ handy, it's as easy to install as a gas .................. u .... ~" ~ :" ...... :'~.'. ~"L~." Mrs. Buck Viands of Round Hill Longerbc~nl~ .R. ~M~ Johnson weekly dinner meeting of the sgnclme~r Io~al representative ,. for a fine son who arrived at clothe8 dryer. (rown marKetl; ~aye Longer-CharlesTownKiwanisClubtobe ~.~asPoit:ig, rn~g:ih~eimP~:!::ida:i ~e o~i?:~d:~:~.:ii~eol!tmhat:;: H W WA6Rff U~C Deem, joI~s'Dmer; snsan ivlent, held this eveniny at a-L~ -'- .t.~ zer; J:Rusmfl~,Fritts; l~rrna Je,n Rib: Room: at ~ Tur'f'- b'~in'er" Muma.~,~>%~rtha. ?,W.a'shinG~ The~follo~ingthe,~rogram mere ' ! * ~.e, aut y. ti~. ~t; J mle 'M.yers, roT- bets of the club.will atte~l Le, coverage; t~ Jefferson: ~blis~V':lo~i~ ~enki-h~-" i ~ C~ -: :~ / * * ers mncmir; ~ay ~mewarner, ten service~ .t the C'.h.r~;~,~r.w. ing Company is standing the ~.-~hd... ~'~.. ..... ~ I FAIl'FAX BLVD. ; -PHONE 7'2 Whipp's Garage; Brenda Nunn, Methodi.t ~..h';~-~'h-'~': ..... ~ ..... a ......... - ........ majority of the expenses for this -'::"*".'2" .... SUPERTANE GAS--- Shen nd0ah Downs; Sharon Ott, T ....... Mr ann mrs Talton celebrated ==" - .- , .......... acre WIll also De a report or generous Group Insurance plan .... . . .... FOlly s ' ~eramle ~tualo; ratsy -ro--e ....... - ....... ~ , ~ ~un~ay ]n nonor of their aaugn- ..~ ....~...~..-,. ~ .... ~.~o. iv sr ~ to u~ae on a Dig turkey CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGIINIA ,,,,~, ,,uu,~o~ ..... ~ ~,~ r,~, ~ S~.ootu u~ wmcn ................. me ~xlwanxans nave ~% -=--- :=- _- ers Cindys 10th birthday those; Patsy Ruthermra, ~oa uunn; I sch ................ ............. ~ .... =-~--- ........ i - ~ ~ ........ :'- - ......... ~ ~mea zor ~raturuay, marcn zo ponna ~mauwooa~ tx~ t,. ones;~ Cadet ......... i i _.,. ,..,.,.oo,, ~o: .,, ~,., RAHSOH Rachel Smoot, 3zm s -Motel; Loin ~ S~ou ....... cs .~ -tmarles Town, Mrs, Staubs, Chffside Restaurant and, Da ................. ,~~ ................. ~ vm ~nvrcnant-~eaaer, ann mzss, ae,a.as,0 orwo.a r-, ............... ' Mrs Floyd Simons I ---- _, -.~ .... ~- .... .,,., _, i o ~a~* x-az, Km- anQ MISS ~.inaat anaras; Marcia weoo, tTanK ~.m.t Ev " ...... gwa~. asmsr~mt leaQers, pre- wrier', Katy Wilt, W & R Sales i sen .............. [~~ - "-~:~'~~ ' - " t tea me,pregram zor zne ~]w, : ... ::'~..~ ~..... ~_ ] anians Thursday evening; March{ Mr. David:Lynn of.Cumberland, , ~"~W'~ I i [l l hm | 10 at their weekly dinner meetin Md. spent the weekend wRh his ~h~'~if" i]~ | ~t P --~,,d,,.,., ~,,,,~., vj,.,.. .. * - . .=. g t step-father and mother, Mr. and _r4~d~ i ~ | ~ | I , ,* : ..... [ at me ".L'UrZ l~aner. ] Mrs. Fred Lenders. ~ | ~ ~ ' ~1_-. a. ~lt-,J B.. / The Scouts presented the four rMH$ UUlmlt !D] [challenges which have to be meturdayMrS" nightLuiSeand.BentZsundaySpentwith Sat-her ~,i;~| "SPE' " ::~ ~_~'~ ~ ~ ~ :: }before.they can become a first son-indaw and daughter, Mr, and ~k~k' ~-- "- .-,,MP~ w~..|~liH~ "o[ClaSSell Scout.. The program was Mrs. Richard Stickles and family ~'~.~ PUR~ .. | Ped' w, th a flag ceremony, in Alexandria, Va. Little Terrie ~b~rUl~111 , e 4,~I Leadersh~w~th Kathy Sims gwmg the mtro L Plans for. th - . "P[ ..... Stickles celebrated her~ sixth -~~ l Frzda b ductmn and Lynn Carson servm Froject were out ined. " y y[ i " g birthday Saturday night with a v~e]~v~ MXS, Victoria G..~Goens, County/as the moderator. , party ~ven by her parents. "~'~~ Extension ~,H.-Agent for, Ber / Ellie: Jackson, Pat Spaulding . Mr. Frank Simons accompaw v ~.e~,~v = Jefferson and Morang | and Elizabeth. Clark, showed a led by Mr. Bill Blackford, John *~! 7,,~: Counties .... / part of .the challenge of social i~owers and Earl Peacher attend- ! .g T'l fl.7 ll3 t -~'-," '- --=,-(-~_'-! dependability with a protrayal of ed a softball meetin~ in Win "-''~'" "'"~"~"'~'*'~'* ~:nxmlmem is ~ow pollute x~xt .. - . . g . o'e t "'- T be-i- on/ me wrong anu right way tor a . eooeeeoee~oeoeeeee~ ~e I~ ~ ~ . W~C~ W~ ~r ~ " ~ -ues .... , , chester, Va. Monday evenlngo ....... ~ ...... ' ......... ~ ~ " : " g ~ ann nostess to oenave. Michael and Mark Simons at- : " " l~L ' * ~ .... _ n The challenge of emergency pre tended a birthday party for their ~-PC~ SEERSUCKERS , ~" ~ , paredness was depicted by Maul', Cousin Marilyn Hoak's 5th bit~2x- ~, ~,: .... ~-. -~ ~, ........PT,A ..... KIGW.,,. eelL.Finnea ......... g~.r~., yickie McDonald day. She is the daughter of Mr,AND WOVEN-STRIPED .... : . nd Laurie , Servis. They were and ~rs. ~Bill Honk, fir., of Zdar. - _ ....... , given sealed orders in which they Mrs, Fred Lenders is having ARNEL JERSEYS .... ~ ........ had to take care of a girl with a the cast removed from her foot ........... Pleaso call FIELD gEF S * Spring Oa s * Alfalfa *Seed Corn t ,,~ ~* ~,. * Haygrazer o , : .- * KY~ WONDERS , * SWFJiT CORN FLOWER SEEDS SEE PEOPL~.S TO.D/k--- n, ., * I,H And NEW HOLLAND FARM MACHINERY * MFG. Of FEED FOR ALL LIVESTOCK * DuPONT PAINT .............................. sprained ankle .and they were told how they must carry her home. -.Brenda Dignazi0, Patty Dixon and Lynn Carson, dramatized the challenge of active citizenship witk a skit called "Keep America BeautffulY',And to demonstrate conservation, they ,showed how to plant a,, tree.and then presented a pink dogwood to the club. Judy VCalker-readwhat is ex- pected o~,a Scout to the challenge of the Promise and laws. The troop program was closec with the retiring of the color~ and the singing of Taps. Ohe.Hin0r. Change The'Jefferson County Board of . on-' Monday as required, by law~ to canvass:the ~otes cast in the kpecial'.Sclxool ~0nd. election, held i Tuesday, March& found only one minor co r~, ction to be made in the. ufficial s ,vote totals and after making.~, that, change, officially The one ininor change cameAn a Pxacinet where ~the vote whicli Was offiiall~ listed: at 57,yes, and 25 No, should have. been 54 yes, on Wednesday. Hope she will soon be out and going arotmd~ She has been }eyed up quite a While from a fall at her home in January. Mrs. Kathteen Mason visited her brothe~-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenders Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Simons visited Mrs. E1Me Maye and Mrs. Mabel Perks, Mr. Pa~vo Ave., Charles Town on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Forrest Ghssford called on Mr. D. S. Graham and daugh- ter Nancy, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Melvin Snyder and child- ren Lee, Larrie and Norman at- tended a birthday party for Patti JoneS' 10th birthday, given by her parents in Bolivar on Sun- daMrs. Frank* $1mo~$ and so" Mark of ~eorge St., Rahson and Mrs. William Honk, Mrs. Ma~ Muse .and daughter Karen, and Miss Esther Pope all of Hall- town, spent Tuesday in Winches. ter, Va., shopping. Mrs. Mary Snyder and Mrs. Ethel Wetters, alop:g with Mrs. H. S. Clopper and Mr. H. Steve Clopper attended the Eastern Panhandle Insurance meeting in Martinsburg, Monday evening. It was."Boss' Night." , _~.. Mr. aud Mrs: .Charles Costellq and family : p nt Sand y 6veiiing with Mr..and Mrs. Rohert McDon- dUtch and son. Mrs.,Lewis Jenkins was called and,, 25 No, thus reducing the to Winchester Hosl~ital Monday numbe~.o~ ~ote~ cast, to 79 and tobe with her ~ather, ,who i~.ill, the @ergentage o~ ~avorable votes Mrs. Lucille ~rown wan called to 65.3 percent. [ to Winchester, Sunday, to be with ,, On/y Each , , _ J