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Mrs. Stuart Crim Club Meeting Busy Bees 4-tt Club held meeting at the school b.v Walker and the De ,otiong committee was appointed to were concluded with a prayer and cuss plans for the county talent lhe l,ord's Prayer led by Kathy show. The former club leader, Dettaven. Mr. Leroy Cheshire, had been in- Following these the roll was vited to attend the meeting and called, the minutes of the last in appreciation for his outstand- meeting were read and approvedins service to the club during the and the treasurer reported abal- twelve years he served as its lead- ance of $91.48 m the treasury,er, he was presented with a suit- Plans were made to hold a skat- ably inscribed bronze and walnut Wednesday evening of last ing party at the Roller Rink near plaque. and after being called to or- Berryville, Va., on April 12, and president, the meeting for the annual paper drive which opened by singing "West will be held on Saturday, April a Boys and Girls" follo~ed23. A committee was appointed to 4-H Pledge and the Pledge plan the club's participation in Flag. An article entitled the health program which will be ~i pn" was read by Judy held at the Community Center a poem was read by Deb- later in the spring and another Now Is The Time To FERTILIZE YOUR LAWN are opening the 1966 Plant Season with something inew. We are now carrying a line of Miller Chemical mpany Products, such as Sprays, Fertilizers and eed Kill. We have a full supply and big seleciton of Garden Tools ,and Flower Boxes and also Garden Seed and Onion Sets. Why Not Make Thin Your One-Stop Shopping Center This Season FOR THE AN S- - AND THOSE FINE Miller Chemical Insecticides And Fertilizers YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID Have plenty of Flower Pots & Peat Moss If you need Grass Seed, we will be happy to loan a Sprayer and Spreader F-R-E-E to Sow and Fertilize Your lawn. Start Your Spring Planting And Seeding Early And Get All Of Your Needs Right Now At .... 400 W. 4th Avenue Telephone 725-5043 Ranson, Vi nia ..... ,, tt HEAT OUTLETS New heating comfort for homes, restaurants, offices, shops, anywhertI Wall furnace comfort w/thou costly installs- tion. Stand it flush to call or recess it. Pours heat out front and can be piped to rooms at side or back. New season selecfor Operates on low fire on mild days, high fire in cold weather. Per/act automatio on less fud/ New trim styling Always looks built-in. Vent cover hides the flue. Finished in 2-tone cordovan and beige. II II ..... I on display now at PAIRFAX BLVD. w PHONE 725-2921 ---SUPERTANE GAS--- CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA tion and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Grady J'. Owens and daughter, Tracey Lynn, of Al- exandria, Va., spent Thursday and Friday visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady D. Owens. Colonel and Mrs. E. F. Dearie, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday evening at the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs. Bonn W. A program followed the bust. Crim and her daughter, Mrs. ness meeting wilh CheD'l Starkey Clifford Rowland. reading an article entitled "Path- Mrs. Louis Light and daughter, ways to Citizenship, Kathy Ha-IMiss Mary Louise Light, of Mar- ven discussing her reject Chat tinsburg were visitors on Satur- and Chew and Hop y'Kercheval day afternoon at the home of the giving project, talks, on "tIandi- former's, brother-in-law and sister, craft I" and "Watt Fun." Dur- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. ins the recreeation hour which Also visiting the Groves on Sun, followed the program, delicious day were their granddaughter refreshments were served by The- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lut- resa Jenkins and Bobby Light. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Yar- bro, Sr., who had spent the past week at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Yarbo. Jr.. and daughter, Terri, left on Sunday morning to return to their home in Charles- ton, W. Va. Their son is recuper- ating from injuries to his head and hip suffered in an automo- bile accident on March 10, but is expected to be hospitalized for another two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Goes and their small daughter, Karen, of Swimley, Va., were supper guests on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda. Also supper-guest of Mr. and Mrs. Light on Sunday evening were the former's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley and daugh- ters, Millie, Peggy and Charlotte Anne of Berryville, Va., and the litter's brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and children, Trina, C. R. and Tracey, of Charles Town Dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lay- cock and family were the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan John- son and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beyd- ler and children, Tony, Mitzi and Debby, all of Berryville, Va. Miss Elizabeth Crane who had trell and small daughter, Sandra, of Armel, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timhrook of Baltimore, Md., were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of the litter's niece and nepheW. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and vis- ited also at the home sot hei" brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and Mr. :and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire children, Deborah, Johnny Patricia. (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Louthan and family at their home in Rippon. On Sun- day Mr. and Mrs. Light had visit- ing them at their home the lit- ter's brother-in-law and sisterz Mr. and Mrs. James Welty and children, Johnny, Mike and Con- nie. of Waynesboro, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins son David and daughter, Mrs. Er- nest Rudolph and her small son Mark, spent Sunday visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son Parker at their home in Takoma Park, l Id., and with Mrs. Jenkins' brother, Mr. Donald Kremer, at his home in Washington, D.C. Miss Barbara Shull, of Arling- ton, Va., visited over the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Shull and family. Also mer's home near Middleway. Also )resent at the gathering were Mr. W. O. Macoughtry and his son, Mr. William O. Macoughtry, III, of Laurel, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Metz and daughters, Kendra and Frances Ann, visited on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim at "Monte View." Correction: It was reported in last week's news that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light attended a i meeting of the Rippon Five Hun- dred Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Louthan; this was in error. The group was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams at their home near Rippon. William H. Kieldsing, Jr., of Shepherd College visited on Sat- urday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lloward Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skin- ner Poston. Mr. and Mrs. Welton IIott and sons, Bobby and Charles, spent Sunday visiting at the homes of several relatives in Kirby. Birth of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitting- ton, of Halltown, have announced the birth of a daughter in the Winchester Memorial Hospital on Friday, March 18. The new ar. rival, who weighed eight pounds four ounces at birth is the second I :daughter. and the third child, in the family. Mrs. Whittifigton is l ;the former Miss Florence Henry, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, of Summit Point. Visitors on Sunday at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins were their daughters, Mrs. Jake Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, and Mrs. Howard Shew. bridge and daughter, Michelle, all of Charles Town. Mr. and-Mrs. Orville DeHaven and children, Ronnie and Gall, were supper guests of the litter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, at their home near Charles Town on Friday this in mind. Services, conducted by Dr. Charles Atherton of the Shepherd College faculty, were held on Sun- day morning in the Church of the Holy Spirit. Arrangements have been made for a lay reader to SPIRIT OF RSON rA RS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2,1. 1966 B--.2 conduct services in the church at all the right words in The Balti- 10 o'clock each Sunday morning Imore News American Jackpot until such time a new vicar is as-ICrossword Puzzle, It will mean a signed. A joint communion serv- I big cash prize.., at least $5~ ice with Grace Church in Middle-]Enter this wetk for sure. See, way will be held at 10 o'clock on Easter Sunday morning and thereafter communion services will alternate between 1he two churches on the first Sunday of each month. HAPPINESS IS TIlE RIGHT WORD You'll jump for joy if you have blank, clues and special word list in THE BALTIMORE NEWS AMERICAN On Sale At Your Local Newsdeal- eL GO TO CHURCH SUHDAY On All Orders Received During Month Of March Triple Track Aluminum Storm Windows And Screens. No more putting them up, takin' them down. Savings in fuel will pay for them in a very short time. MARCH ORDERS ONLY $9.50 per window -- regularly $12.95 Up To 101 United Inches Aluminum Combination Storm & Screen Doors complete with closer & lock plus vinyl sweep. MARCH ORDERS ONLY $24.50 per door --- regularly $29.50 We have a limited supply of pre-hung Aluminum combination doors at the low-low price of $15.00 ca. visiting Mrs. Shull on Sunday evening. spent her spring vacation visiting were her sonand daughter-in-law, Misses Patricia Cheshire and T.hercraneParentS'at "Mt.ClnelEllen,"and MrS.left on J" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and Theresa Jenkins spent Sunday M ........ children, Scotty and Terrie, of onuay to resume net stu(ues at Be ille V visiting with the litter's father Linden Hall near Lancaster, Pa .,rryv , a. _ - Bet and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. P TA " tisses Juay Anne ancl sy "Th ......... s l Waker participated in the Juli- Woodrow Jenkins, at their home e Parent-Teachers Associa-lette Lowe tea on Sunday after- in Ransom tion met at the school on Thurs-,noon at the Junior High School Mrs. S. C. Glassford returned day evening with but five of the I in Charles Town Judy is a home last week from the Charles members in attendance. In ab-!member of the Girl Scout Troop Town General Hospital where she sence of both the president and 415 in Charles Town and Betsy is had been admitted on March 6 for the vice-president, the meeting a member of Troop 445. The treatmeent of pneumonia. was called to order by the secre- previous weekend Judy had visit- tary, Mrs. Robert Light and was ing her the Misses Dottle Kirk opened with Devotions led by Mr. and Lori Servis, both of Charles Elwood Cheshire. No program Town. had been planned for the evening Eyesight T ted and following a routine business I session the meeting was ad- During the testing program at L journed, the school on Wednesday and l Mrs. Charles I. Triplett is a pa- ! Thursday, more than eighty boys tient in the Winchester Memorial and girls participated and had Hospital, having been admitted their eyesight checked for pos, there on Thursday for observa- G. E. Appliances Old Dominion Appliance Co. Phone 725.2811 W. WASHINGTON ST. Charles Town, W. Va. DANGBIOUS TRAP Is your home insurance policy gathering cob- webs? If you haven't checked it lately, you may be headed for a "danger. oue trap." In the past few toeS: the value Of yonr and contents may have increased. If so, ~our home insurance lim- its should be increased, too. Be safe, ask us to re- view your coverages. sible deficiencies. The program was under the direction of Mrs. Robert Light who was assisted by Mesdames Harvey Kercheval, Jr., James Dunn, Elwood Cheshire, Orville DeHaven, and Claude Payne. Injured in Accident Mr. Stewart Yarbo is a patient in the Charles Town General Hos- pital, having been admitted on Sunday for treatmenet of injuries suffered in an automobile acci- dent which occurred about 10:80 on a hill near the McCormick farm. Mr. Yarbro underwent em- ergency treatment for severe cuts on his head and leg and was then admitted. On Monday morning x-rays were taken to ascertain the extent of his injuries, but at. this time (Monday afternoon) there had been no report from these. The car which he was driving, a Corvair convertible, was com- pletely demolished in the acci- dent. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Yarbro, St., of Charles- ton, W. Va., arrived here on Mon- day afternoon to spend a few days at the Yarbro home and be with their son during his stay in the hospital. Complimenting her son, Bobby, on his tenth birthday, Mrs. Rob- eft Light entertained the boys and girls of the fourth grade, and their teacher, Mrs. Thomas Lem- en, at a party in their classroom on Friday afternoon. The young- sters enjoyed the pleasant inter- lude in the day's routine and the delicious refreshments served [them by Mrs. Light. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children, Deborah, Patrieia and Johnny, spent the past week- end in Hampshire County where they visited the litter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael in Augusta, her brother-lnl-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and famil yin Kirby and with Mr. Cheehire's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Che- shire aand family, also in Augus, ta. They were accompanied by Miss Theresa Jenkins who spent the weekend visiting their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Luttrell. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker, in company with Mr. and Mrs, Donald Walker, of Leetown, Visit- ed recently in Charlotte, N. C., where they attended the Southern Basketball Tournament which was being held there at that time, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, of Charles Town were visitors Pal Sunda yat the home of the litter's I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. The Reverend and Mrs. William I Kieldsing aand son, William, Jr., I were guests at a dinner given in l H. S. CI PPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 INSTALLATION & MEASUREMENT SERVICE AVAILABLE Insurance, and Real Estate Annual Paper Drive @ PHONE 725-2069 -- CHARLF TOWN, W. VA. There's always a rhone at hano in this well-planned Ranch House. Why not let us plan your home forarea phoning? own phone. That's why many new homes are prewlred, with phone outlets in several key spots. Wouldn't you like more phones in your home7 Then call our Business Office and start phoning R up! A Member of fhe GT E Fomi} of Compan/es 0 An extra extension phone costs less a day than a postage stamp. " So why deny your family the convenience and comfort of extension phones located where they work and play? Extension phones save steps, bring privacy and eliminate distraction. There's a type of phone and choice of colors to blend beautifully with every room. 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