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ERVICE BANK IT'S GREAT TO KNOW YOUR AFFAIRS ARE IN ORDER... ... your Will made.., with our institu- tlon, an experienced and continuing one, as Executor-Trustee. Why risk delay? See your lawyer, and our trust officer, to dis- cuss it. ,. soon! III I I A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 % Percent on Savings Accounts ~- -=~:.._-, - -~- _- _- and family, of Shepherdstown, on the home of Mr. and Mrs. WM- Wednesday- evening, lace Ott this past week. Mrs. Bernard Ott Suffers Arm Injury Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Monday afternoon with her grandson, Timothy Anders, who was a surgi- cal patient in the Charles Town General Hospital where he under- went a skin graft on his arm, re- suiting from that n~ember having been caught in the washer wring- er. Timothy is home now and doing fine. Mrs. Edwin Clevenger, Mrs. Alec Costello aand daughter, MazT Lane, spent Tuesday after- noon in Winchester, Va. Miss Dorothy Bowers accompa- nied Mrs. Leo Cogle, of Charles Town, to Winchester, Va., Tues- day morning on business. Miss Sharon Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott along with the Ca~lettes of Harpers Ferry,of which she is a member, attended a skating party Tuesday afternoon at Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers and daughter, of Charles Town, visited Mr. aand Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nathanael Gray was a sup- per guests of Mrs. Ramon Gray Mrs. Wallace Ott and Miss Imo. Miss Dorothy Bowers spent sev- gene Shiley spent Wednesday eral days last week at the home morning with little Miss Kelley of her brother and sister-in-law, Williams of Stiles Trailer Court Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bowers and of Charles Town. son, in Charles Town. Dwight Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs.. Bowers was on the sick list with Alton Muse and children, Karen an ear infection. and Timmy, visited Mrs. Bowers'] Mrs. Wallace Ott and children, brother-in-taw and sister, Mr. and Sharon,-Michael, Larry, and Ste- Mrs Carl Clark, of Clearbrook, phen, of Halltown, accompanied Va.,'Thursday evening. Mrs. Bet- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr., nard Ott accompanied them as and daughter, Kelley, to Winches- far as Inwood where she spent ter Va., where they spent Satur- the evening with her sister, Mrs. day afternoon shopping. Cornelia Laye. On their return Mr. and Mrs. John Edward home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, of Charles Town visited Lee Sipe, of Charles Town. Mrs. Moler's mother, Mrs. Natha- nael Gray, on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr., and son, Donald, of Ranson, spent Thursday evening With Mr. Jr., and daughter, Kelley ~)f Stiles and Mrs. Wallace Ott and chil. Trailer Court ,Charles Town, vis- dren. The occasion was the ited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott eighth birthday of Stephen Ott. and family Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell Mrs. Nathanael Gray and Mrs. and daughter, Linda Anne, spent David Penwell attended a Bee Sunday afternoon in Charles Line fashion show at the home of Town With Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mrs. Harry Dinges, of Charles Kimes. Town, Thursday evening.I Mr. and Mrs. George Zombro, of Master Michael and Mark Shepherdstown, visited their son- Simons, of Ranson, were Saturday in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. overnight guests of their grand- James Watson and son, Gregory. parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Nathanael Grey visited Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers. 'Mrs. Margaret Hostler, of Mt. Little Miss Kelley Williams, of Mission, and Mr. F. E. Brenne- Charles Town, and Miss Imogene man, of Charles Town, Sunday Shiley and Master Gregory Wet- afternoon. son, of Halltown, were visitors at r i i I I ]l I nnlll with TRIPLE ACTION KILLER 1. Prevents crab grass, crab grass seeds as they sprout. One application keelm it out all season! 2. Fertilizes, too. I0-8-6 fer- tilizer feeds your gram for fast, vigorous growth. 3. Kills aoU haects. Get rid of white grubs and certain other soil insects that can damage your lawn, All in one Application! Come in and ask for Greenfield Triple Action 121 W. WASHINGTON ST CHARLES T(WCN Tdephone 725-5113 borne of Mrs. TIeIen Mill Miss Margaret Houser Mr. D. R. Hoffmaster who has [been a patient in the Charles Town Hospital has returned home and is doing fine. Mr. Frank Grimm who was a patient at the Kings Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg has re- turned home. Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti, over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley, of Shenandoah Junction, were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel with a good attendance. The devotion was in charge of the vice presi. dent, Mrs. Capriotti and a duet was sung by Malissa and Susie Mills and a solo by Mrs. Harry Martin, Jr. Business was in charge of the president, Mrs. Hel- en Mills. BE ACCIDENT PROTECTED Every three seconds someone, somewhere in the United States suffers an accident. It might range from a broken finger to multiple injuries requiring weeks of hospital car. Yes - - accidents can be expensive! You can have personal acci- dent-insurance protection for only 10 cents a week. That's right! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert and Ten cents a week provides you daughter, of Vanclesville, were]with accident insurance protect- Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. I ion whether at home, at work or and Mrs. Charles Knott and son[at play. and Mrs. Florence Runion. I Complete details are available Patrick McClellan Welsh cele- by wrting to the Registrar Agent, brated his first birthday on Sun-=Washington National Insurance day with a family dinner. Those Co., Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read attending were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Welsh and Tract, Mrs. Martin Welsh, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Welsh, Jr., of Baker. ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welsh, of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob- by Loudan and children, of Knox. ville, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Gard- ner Londan, of Ranson, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan and son, Mrs. Bertha Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan motored to Brunswick, Md., on Sunday eve, ning and visited Mr. and Mrs. James Schamel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holler, of Brownsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holler, Brunswick, and Mrs. Becky Walker, Brunswick, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Maude Holler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Holler, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fries and children, of Martinsburg, were Sunday eve- ning guests of Mrs. Maude Hol- ler and family. W.S.C.S. Meeting W~S.C.S. held its regular monthly and business meeting on Wednesday night,, March 9, at I , er-Insurance Dept., Box 957, Pitts |r .... G. E. Appliances Old Dominion Appliance Co. Phone 725.28U W. WASHINGTON ST. Charles Town, W. Ca. r b rg, Pa. , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM]ER'S ADVOCAT] For the best orts, coverage]THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1966 and top-flight women s news every morning read The Pitts"i[ Can you solve the crossword~ week. See clues, word list burg Post-Gazette. Contact your local newspaperboy or dealer to-[puzzle correctly for $600? That's lentry blank in THE BAI ~I~ day, [the kind of prize that could begNEWS AMERICAN On sale [paid for the right answer to the lYur Local Newsdealer PUZZI,E soLuTioN l Baltimore News American Jack. I ---I ,~, WORTH BIG CASH I pot Crossword Puzzle. Try thisi ~0 1"O t nurcn i Mrs. Martin Grimes and chil. dren, Dabble and Jimmy, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. ~"" Irving Gray and son, Robbie, of Ranson, visited their brother-in- " ........ law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Penwell and family. BirthdaY Party A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak, Jr., of near Zoar, on Sun- day afternoon in honor of the fifth birthday of their daughter, Marilyn. Those helping her cele- brate the occasion were Mr. Ray- mond Dillow and daughter, of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pendly and family, of ~ Jefferson, Md., Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hoak, Mrs. Frank Simons and sons, Michael and Mark, all of Charles Town, Mrs. William Hoak, St., Bruce Bowers, Terry, Judy and Jeanne Penwell, Timmy and Kenny Muse, all of Halltown, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak and sons, Bruce and Clark, and the honored guest, Marilyn. During the afternoon Mrs. Hoak served refreshments consisting of birth- day cake, cup cakes, popcorn, po- tato chips and cool ade. Marilyn received many nice gifts and a most enjoyable time was had by aIl. They Wished Marilyn many, many more happy birthdays. Anew list everyweek fromnow until March 31st.429 first priz'es. CHARLES TOWN, W. 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Look at the first symbols invent, no puzzles to solve. In fact, you don't ewe (the prefix) on your vehicle identification slip. Then have to own a Buick to have a winning number. look at the symbols listed above. If you find yours While you're in the showroom, get a good look st on the list, you've taken the first step toward being the Buick Special. The $2332.00* happensto be its a winner. NOW go see your Buick dealer. He has a price.*Manuf=cturer's =u~ested retailprice for S~ielY-6,2.dr.c~ul~. prke list of 72 winners posted in his showroom. If you iRcludea Federal Excite TIX and su~ted dealer delivery end handling cMrll. see your entire vehicle identification number on Contest Rnles. Residents of Kansas, Missouri and the poster--the symbols plus the rest of the num- Nebraska may, if they prefer, send in postcard to hers--S2332 cash is yours. (If your prefix isn't R.L. Polk andCo., P.O. Box 1347, Detroit, Mich san listed in this ad, don't give up. Your numbers may 48231 and receive the weekly listotwinnlng numbers have been posted duringthe past few weeks. And by mail for comparison with their own vehicle identi- fication number, An official entry form will be in. every week there are 72 new winners posted on cluded. Sweepstakes limited to persons over 2t the showroom wall. So watch for next weeks list of living in the continental U.S, Not valid in Florid= or I~ew symbols in this newspaper~) No slogan to states where prohibited b~/law, There's an authorized Buick dealer near you, See his 4/~Double-Checked used cars, too. IIII C Great for daytime cmd datesl Dreamy dresses of cotton- and-rayon CuplonP stay crisp and fresh oil the day throughl A minimum of cafe's all they need.., just clip 'n drip dry! 5prlnkled with the sweetest of details= deli- cate laces, baby doll smocking, bashful bows, ruffles.. and full skids with their own slips to keep the lines the way you like 'eml A. Smocked bodice and scoop neck dress.Juniors' 7-15. B. 'Smocked sleeves and neckline with ruffles. Juniors' 7-15. C. Lace-and-bow trim jewel neck sissy dress. Petites' 5-11. / e weather or not coats...just for juniors! A sunny-spirited collection for very special peoplel Styles from dashing trenchcoats to briskly tal- lored 'shirt' looks . . . specially scaled to junior sizes and prices! Here: Avril rayon-cotton poplin in black, white or blue. 5 to 15. 15.98 See our entire collection of rain fashions ........10.98 to 19.98 , , ,,, Don't Wait Until The Last Minute! Come In Today And Fill Out An Application For Your Own Persona GOOD IN NEARLY 1700 CITIES IN UNITED STATES PENNEY'S ST( E HOURS. MON.-TUI! .WED.-THURS. -- 9 TO 5 PRI. & SAT;9 9 i!