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March 24, 1966

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i mm [] mm -----~~~ ~,- -~ - of Washington, D. C. Mr. Ailes Mrs. Henry W. Morrow re- dmll~tlIiii~i~tS1~iIi~lAllkl l a former resident of Martins- turned to her home, Millbrook, , Ml'l'rll:lgl ItIWN ]burg. He recently retired as Sec- last TuesdaY,'foilowing a weel~s ~wv ]rotary of the Army, but since visit with her son and daughter- ~Y BUCKY MORROW his retirement has been accepting in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dud- ~~;.~:~D speaking engagements whenever row, in Royal Oaks, Michigan. possible to explain the American The Dudrows are the proud par- The Shepherdstown correspond-I position in Vietnam. Further in- ents of 'a new baby girl, born ent has been staying at the home ] formation on the April 14 pro- March 15. of his grandpar6nts, Mr. and Mrs./ gram may be obtained by calling Dr. William Speg returned to R. W. MtJrrbW, for the past two[Dr. Klub at Shepherd College. his home:in Shepherdstown earl- weeks, while his grandfather[ Mr. L. Shannon Jung, who is ier this week after having been continues under ob~rvation andI a student at Union Theological confined in King's Daughters traetment at King s DaughtersI Seminary in Richmond, Va., was Hospital in Martinsburg. Dr. Speg n'tal Martinsbur~ Both he lguest minister at the Shepherds- heads the Secondary Education ~:~his' grandfather0 expect to I~eOWann an~hKe~rneY~a~e ::e~by- Teacher Training Program at return to their respective homes l y, Shepherd College. the latter part of this w ee, k. bur-I March 20. ..... Mrs. Hermine Goede, who owns ing your correspondent, s stay[ tars. r'rang "lTump, ~r., is a and operates the Bavarian Inn, away from home he has been] patient in King's Daughters Has- just at the edge of Shepherds- somewhat restricted in hi~ gath-] pital in Martinsburg, but expects town, was a recent patient in ering of news. [ to return to her home :in Shop- King's Daughters ~ Hospital in A one day study program on I herdstown ear!Y next week.Martinsburg. She has returned to the subject of Vietnam will beg Mrs. Elise Suttenfield, who re- her home. ~ " held at Shepherd College on ] sides at Falling Springs, just ~Ni0N Thursday, April 14, under the lsouth of Shepherdstow~, spent supervision and direction of Dr, ] the past weekend visiting her sis- Harry V. Klug, wno is need of]ter and brother-in-law, in South- the political science department- ern Pines, North Carolina. at Shepherd. Following the day[ Mrs. Albert F. Kave returned Mrs. Floyd Simons of study and discussion a dinner Ito her home in SheDherdstown W~O~~~ meeting will be held in the even- I last week after undergoing minor ing which will feature an address I surgery at King s Daughters Hos- The "secret pals;' of the Poe- by the Honorable Stephen A0es,' pital in Martinsburg earlier, ples Gospel Tabernacde met at the homeof Roy. and Mrs. Joseph .... '. ........~ ~ '~ - Roby in Winchester, Va, March 15. It was well attended and '.~,.g:~,'~VN':~d:,.'~.~K:~"?,~,'" ,c'" ~,~ names were redrawn. Refresh- ~.. ~" ments were se~ed by the hostess. BE ~4"~: After the meeting there was a ..; A THOgGHT TO REMEM R surprise birthday party i'n honor :5 ~ .~ of Mrs. DaiSybeavers natal day. ~,s ;,,,~,7~..~ ~,; .~Vf, v~ ,';,~,,~.:,~h>)..~ ,~, , r. ............. She received a lot 'of hice giRs .... ~ .... , and a-good time was had by all. By CHARLES J. W. SMITH Mr. and Mrs: Floyd Simons and son Robert, were dinner guests 0fthe former's son and daughter- How and when can one label a person a success or failure? For, Mr. and Mrs. Fr~ink example, do you remember who said, "I do the very,, best I know how, Simons and sons, March 9 in hen: the Very best I can: and I mean to keep doing so ..., or of the latter Mr. Simons birthday. , The man who authorized that creed had many heartbreaking rc~ Mr. Bill Bentz, of Alexandria, verses. In his time, many classed him a failure. His record .showed Va., spent the Weekend with his a business failure in '31.. defeated for Legislature in '32.. another, mother, Mrs. Louise Bentz. business failure in '33.. elected to Legislature in '34.. his sweetheart Miss Nancy Graham spent last died in ~5 . . he had a nervous breakdown in '36 . . defeated for week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Speaker in '38 . . defeated fbr Elector in '40 . . again defeated for Forrest Glassford. She was Sick Con~gress In '43.. finally elected to Congress in '40.. again defeated with the flu. Glad to seeher out for rihe Senate in %5. Finally, in '60, he was elected PRESIDENTI again. Mrs. Esau Grim is still a pe- A fail~re? NO. A sucees~.'Certai~~a~!the mall ~ho liv~ tient in ~ Kin~Da~b~hters Hos~ through the frustrations, the despair of so many defeats?. Who was pital. S~e has be~ff ~here three the man who Proved there is no such thing as lasting defeat for one weeks.- ,- who strives to succeed? The'imm0t~l Abraham Lincoln!... CHARLES J. W, SMITH, SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME C~[ARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA Dts~ontinuing farming, and moving to town, I will sell the following on the Weed End Farm, located 4 miles West of Charlt~ TOWn, W. Ya., of~ t~ Summit Pein~ Roaii on: TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1966 Beginning 1:00 P. M. FARM M CHINERY, Etc. Farmall F 20 tractor with 2-M mounted picker; Massey Harris baler, with motor; Int. manure spreader on steel; 32 ft. hay elevator with electric motor, 9-8 grain drill; 7 fL disc harrow;' 4 can milk eoeler; Int. plow; John Deere 7 ft. mower; N. I. rake on steel; 2 wagons; scalding tank; forks; shovels; some harness; some household goods and other articles too numerous to mentton. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to he removed tmtil settled for. W. D, O~NDORFF, Auctioneer It. E. MORElaND, Clerk . L. DUNN Not ResponsibleFor Accidents On Prem~es. March 17-2~ Mr. Floy~ Simons called on Mr. and Mrs. I~leYd Hilliard Shop- herdstown Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Hilliazd is very ill with Phemonia. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and family Visited the latterS par ents, Mr. and Mrs: Harry Cain in SummR Point, Thursday evening Miss Zola BraithWaite of Mid- dleway and Mrs. Louise Anderson called on Mrs. Lucille Brown on the Leetown Road. ]A|vm~n ~vu A H,~nvu l Allen, 3.50; Ricky Manuel, 3.50;1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and[~lHHUl! ~uaJ #4, ii~aalJ Donald Rockenbaugh, 3.30; Shar-~ THURSDAY MARCH 24 1966 ] sons were recent dinner guests of i ~ ...... , I on Menefee, 3~30; Nancy Rush, i ......... "*' " ........... ' ~"~~ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring and] 3.00; Brenda Jackson, 3.00. son elected r0r,0mm0 HOMEROOM 10---2 R,~y ~ ~ kd~raha~ I In addition to the specia!$ Mrs. Virginia Moler, Charles liAr @,L____ J i Fa-'e Lon-erbeamg , 3.00. b , . ia. I,a~i~H~;uu ling there will also be som~ Town, Mrs. Alice Collis, Ranson ~neppara AFB, Texas 0-1 . . , .o.a. I singing each night. and Mrs. Harry Shirley attended l Bill Craven 4.00; Margaret Dau |0 ~e ryan~Hsr AT ] o open house at the home of Miss [ ~.~,~:~:~..,w~ ~~,~,,~ ~ gherty, 4 00; Tom Pope 3 75; Jeff I rmra Far rMvamv Clara Barthel in Berryville, Va., '~ -i;~I~%~ :~;~ ..... :@~i:i;~i~ ickler " ' ~'" "*~*'~ mvn ~t~un ~i~i~~{~ Sp , 3.75, Norman Wilt, 3.75, : A~ h,,f~l~e rh,,~l~ [ on Wednesday afternoon. This ~~~i::~!~{ Lisa Franzen, 3.60; Melissa Mills, /HtI'IL I/MIiI~IM~ ~llUlt, Ii | ~ ., . . _. i.~ was for the former Berryville F~~~{ii~}ii 3.60; Minor Twyman, 3 50; Re- ~. ......... I hsseml)lv boll t:hurCP, operators. ! :*:*::~* i~::~;: r~loer w zl lvlooreneafl, noted ~ ~ii~}i~~i~.~; becca Ddlow 3.40; Debbm Statler ,.. " ".. . I ...~;:*~.~ ~ ' evan ells[ an~ tormer astor ot - - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns, ~~~i~i~ 3.40; Susan Rutherford, 3 20; Tom .~ .g . , ...... P, . I The Rev W~lham P Reed ~}t:~~ ~~ Mentzer 3 25 Elma JaokCnn -~ nn me mcaJ cnurcn, wm De me guest I tor -f Calvary A~ornhlv of Falls Church, Va., spent the .:.~ ~.,:::...~': , . ; ............ ; ....... ~ ._ , d :@*~ .~: ' ' evangelist speaker for a great] ....... 7" ~~~i~ Nancy Tattersall, 3.00; Floyd Stau . Church,located on Fa,rfaX weekend at their home here. ~i~:.~ ~!~ bs 3 00; Robert Winters 300 ser,es of revival meetings to be la ......... ,-~-a Mrs. Naomi Barrow and Mrs. "'~. ":~ ~.....!~i:~i~ , ~. nCl rlitn ~ve. in l-ta.~,~ Eddie Bohrer visited Mrs. Edith ~r ~,,..' ".. 'r t. r 1~ ~iii ~2 " the. A.M: E. Church atlnounces the following sc~ Jones on Monday evening in City ~~]~Iii ~:lizaoeth Smear, 4.00; Sherri!,uumelos ~n oenerson ~oumy, [of services for Sunday and ~~~!~i~ Fritts, 3 20 beginning ~aarch 27, and running Hospital at Martinsburg where he ~~/~! 9---3 " " ]through April 10. The services I qund~ Schoo~ at" 10 00 is a patient. : ............................ se uent week m hts Quite a number of people from~i ~~!i Mary Conwav 3 00 w~ll get underway at 7:30 nightly ] !. . Y ........ :^.. .... i~,:,-::: - ~, ] ilvlornlng worsnlp at ll:t~_ Middleway attended the birthday~~ il;i::! 8--1 ~ The Rev. J E Washington, pas-[Sunday Evenin- ~'- "~" ~"':