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Marianna Smallwood Kabletown Home Demon- Club met Thursday, 17, at the home of Mrs. MeGarry with thirteen and one visitor present. was spent in mak- stuffed toy animals children's hospital. p.m. the meeting was order by Mrs. William president. Mrs. Robert led devotionals, reading Psalm and closing with Mrs. John Rissler pre- a m0st interesting and "The Family Looks Safety." This is one greatest problems. The 3 are engineering, enforce- and education. Drivers' ed- is vital to all high school families own auto- Three-fourths of the population are licensed Machinery keeps Our na- the move yet presents on the roads. An Aflu!t Program xs at the Community Bardane, in the near fu- spring meeting will be 12 at the Community The members plan to go to the Charles Town" Church March 24 for Lenten service. Mrs. Ralph E. Gilbert, of Ma-. dates. nassas, Va., has been visiting her The George Kesner family daughter, Mrs. Robert Howell, moved Saturday from the Marcus Jr., and family, of Rose Hill. i Brothers dwelling to the vicinity James Johnston has begun em-~of Round Hill, Va., in one of the ployment after being off during tenant houses owned by Col. the winter months with the Lyons Sleeter, also owner of High High Construction Company. At pres-: Orchard ent, this company is constructing l Mrs. "Howard O. Bush and a 55-foot dam on the outskirts of daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bob Bush, Round Hill, Va. Approximately spent Sunday with the former's 100 acres of land owned by Colo- daughter, Mrs. Walter Burdick nel Sleeter will be flooded. It is reported this project will be used for irrigation purposes, costing approximately $180,000. Those persons of the commu- nity assisting with the religious survey are Mrs. Frank O. Howell, Mrs. Robert White, Mrs. Robert Bush, Misses Sue Ellen Bush, Becky Ware and Peggy White and Chubby Seal. Rev. C. S. Reck- icy extends his gratitude to these workers who were cooperative and prompt in this work. Mrs. Robert White and daugh- ter, Donne, spent Wednesday af- ternoon visiting Miss Clara Bar- thel, Berryville, Va. The two ladies were former employees as operators in the BerryVille Tele- phone Exchange. On Wednesday of last week a large flock of geese was seen fly- ing northward, honking as an- nouncers of spring. Another flock had been seen on Sunday previ- ously. Other signs of spring are the robins, crocuses, daffodils, newly plowed fields and last but You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experience, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR P IPTIONS+ ]not least, the polictical candi- was enjoying good health, l liam and also Tommy Moler who guests at the home of Mrs. G. E. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart John- aze stationed thexe, Tl re- Webb on Thursday. son and daughters, Cheri and turned home Monday morning. Mrs. Eizabeth Henretta and Jacque, of Front Royal, Va., were Mrs. Stella Ambrose and Mrs.'son, Jack, Mrs. Stuart McDonald, visitors Monday evening of his Evelyn Brant and son, Paul, of of Martinsburg, and Miss Eliza. sister, Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Small- Baltimore, Md., spent Sunday vis- beth Stailey, of near Martins- wood. iting Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby burg, were visitors at the home -- and Mr. Howard Ambrose. of Mr. aand Mrs. William Henret- Rummage Sale April 1 ta, in Bolivar on Sunday. The W.S.C.S. of the Engle John Strother, aged man in Bol- Methodist Church will hold a ivar who has been quite ill rummage sale on April and 2 for some time, is improving in the vacant building beside the nicely. and family, Elkins. Mr. Willard White is repairing the roof of the dwelling where Bob Bush resides. He is replac- ing the old shingle roof with a new one. Charles R. Langdon who re- cently completed serving in the Air Force at Fort Lackland, Tex- as, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Charles Langdon. He was indisposed with the measles while home. David Ramsburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Ramsburg, was among a group of boys who re- :ported to Baltimore last Tuesday for examination for the U. S. A. service. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp were their son- in-la wand daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough, their two sons, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lowe, Arlington, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow. Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Mrs. Ollie Zombro, Mrs. Elsie Grey and grnadson, Jimmy, Mrs. Cora Fos- ter, Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willingham, and two sons, of Stephens City, Va., were Sun- day visitors of Mrs. Ethelene Grey, Martinsburg. Mr. Richard Rowland accompa- nied by Miss Patsy Kelly, of Har- pers Ferry, visited the fomer's aunt, Mrs. Lottie R. Smith, of Frederick, Md., where she resides with her niece, Mrs. Arthur Kolb. Richard reports that his-aunt I llllll Ill @ KNOW the good, good feeling that comes with h tlfidg the "jump" on tomor- row. Open a profit- able savings account with us howl SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE 9.1001 STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Vs. DIAMOND+ RINGS I1!1111! + lib RANSON, W. VA. Fri.-Sat. Mar. 25-26 REWARD" IN COLOR -- ALSO "Return of Mr. Moto" SATURDAY 1 P. M. ONLY "SAMAR" - In Color CARTOONS -- ADM. 25c For All Sun,-Mon..Tues. 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Charles Washington Thffiea+,tre The MYF 0t fhe Engle Metho- dist Cht rch will meel; next Mon- day at 7 p. m. at the home of "THE REWARD" Showing Fri. - Doris Walker. All youth are SaL, March 25 - 26 urged to attend. Pursued aand pursuers run, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moler vis- live and die in the desert as each ited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Moler seeks a reward with which to in Frederick, Md., over the week- change his 'life. The film is a end and spent Saturday sightsee- study in fovement and drama, ing in Washington, D.C. and a dialogue is kept to a mini- mum. The passage of time and the complications encountered are expresse din the emotions and actions of the competent cast. Interest is well maintained. "WHERE THE SPIES ARE" Showing Sun.. Moll.. Tue., March 27 - 28 - 29 High adventure in generous portions is present in this tongue- in-cheek treatment of cloak-and. dagger activities. There's excite- ment as well as fun Interest is kept on high throughout as David Niven, a mild-mannered doctor, is pressed into the espionage service of his country. "BRAINSTORM" Shewing Wed.- Tht~r., March 30.31 Illicit romance leads to a clev- erly concocted murder, but the plan backfires. The man, Jef- frey Hunter, winds up institional- ized while his girl friend escapes involvement and winds up with another boy friend Also stars Anne Francis, Dana Andrews. Vi- vica Lindfors and Stacy Harris. EN6 E : _ "~'--'-~ :~ - ~II~ItQIIWJl Mr. Wayne Welty Watts of St. Paul's Lutheran Mrs. G. E. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schaffer and two daughters, of Silver Spring, Md., spent part of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hough, of Harpers Ferry, parents of Mrs. Schaffer. On Sunday their four months old daughter, Rebecca Lynn, was bap- tized by the Rev. Temple Wheel- er at the Episcopal Church, Har- pers Ferry. Mrs. Halley Carrey, of Loudoun County, Va.. who spent the win- ter months in Bolivar at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Eackles, has returned to her home on Lou- doun Heights, Va. Mrs. Lewis Reek, who recently moved to Bolivar from Charles Town, has been qtiite ill with a severe attack of the 'flu. There has been quite a few cases of flu in this area recently. Sunrise Service A Sunrise Service will be held at 6 o'clock on Easter Sunday morning, with the public invited. in Harper Cemetery. It will be in charge of the Rev. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brant, Sunday. Mr. Larry Ambrose and Miss Ann Racey, of Winchester, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Mrs. Ruth Wilt and son, Steve, of Bolivar, were Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose Church. and Mr. Howard Ambrose mo- [ Mrs. J. L. Mills, of Brunswwick, tored to Baltimore, Md., to visit Md., spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb in Bolivar. i Pammie qarten, eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EdWard Garten, of Bolivar, who sustained a painfully injured foot while skating over awe k ago was un- able to attend school for awhile. She has m proved and is back in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert school, we are glad to say. Longerbeam and family. Mrs. J. W. Ramsdil[ and grand- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- daughter, Mrs. Sandra Viands beam and family visited Mr. Lon- and little daughter, were dinner gerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mrs ..... Thomas Longerbeam in Millville ~ons]ew ,t~n aeuhet is an art colleotor an@ s connql~sel;r of fir~e auto- Dobiles+. He unde;etan~ ~at quf~t ~n g car meer~ quality. After driving a Sunday. Master Stevie Dopson celebrat- ed his fourth birthday at home Monday. Those preseent were his cousins, Art, Keith, Timmy and Susan Webb, and his two small brothers, Dan and Mike. Mrs. Shirley Dopson and Mrs. Edith Eaton served the refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cogle and family spent Sunday night visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. John Fraley and family i~ Shepherdstowfi. Miss Joyce Gageby motored to Fort Jackson in Columbia, S. C., with Mrs. Charles D'Angelo, of Millville and Miss Faye Crawford, of Halltown. Miss Gageby, Miss D'Angelo and Miss Crawford left home Saturday at noon and ar- rived at their destination Sunday afternoon in time to spend awhile with Mrs. D'Angelo's son, Wil- '66 Ford XL, h~ ssid, "They would nothave to ma~ke Paris atreet~ ~o ~mOth I! ~II ~ roie llke tffi~." SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THUI DAY, MARCH 24, 1966 III I I LIVING ON WHEELS -- By BOB STILES -- You con always tell a motorcycle rider by the bugs stuck to his teeth ...... , * it Legally, the man is the head of the ho~; a~l, l~dest+r~ has the right of way. Both are quite safe, until they attempt to exe~lse their rights..... * * Handle gas carefully. It can kill you in three different ways: Inhaling Voters May Secureit.. L,+h s pp, on :.. . B.llo,+ Air travel is the way to see less and less of more and more qulekelP ii/; 0 13 and quicker ..... . . Voters wishing to cast an alp [ =i. .... + t *+-++ *o-tv -,ears -- kt or her ide man sentee ballot " h -= ....... a a .+,+ h., life 1oo ng f al . in t e May Primary ' d, electron may now make ap !icat- | I 0W Just looking for husban . ... ion for a ballot in the office ot Our advice Little Le l uers: if at FIRST you don't succeed, Then Mrs. Jesse Riggleman, clerk O~ try second l~se... . Jefferson County Circuit Court: , " Absentee ballots will be mailed You ll s~ee~l in ~tt!~f tl~ ~ost for the least if you Shop TR| out during the period of April I0 STATI$ MoBiLIB You can get the World's Best Deal ano may o, persons desiring "+ to pick up a ballot in person may In An rl+eq's Mobile Homes at WEST VIRGINIA'S MOST do so now. Tm mrAT MOBILE HOMES 60 TO CHUIEH SUNDAY To West Vir i+ ._ a --- Tel. No. 725-9338 DOES YOUR HOHE T! 67 Take Another Look ..... ... 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All bene- ficiaries of said. estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 17th day of March, 1966. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County "Such ~thness, such silence," Ford'! Quiet Men, who recently toured Eurol~e demonstrating the exceptional quality of the '66 Ford (o Owners of some of the world's most,expeneive cars, here discuases a '66 Ford Xk with Monsieur Bauchet outside o! Monsieur Bauchet's Paris home. March 17. 34. NOTICE TO CREDITORS says Jean Bauchet."Your Pord ter, Ford's quiet quality, i . he + qtt uninter- To the Creditors and Benefie- advat c d'engi eeriFg!eatup ,,llkea odeach iaries of the estate of FRANK M. revolutipnarY new frame that 'tunes no, snap-it )e car- WATSON, Deceased: out' road vibrations.., the strohg st :OOr ' ag s All persons having claims a- body ever a.Ford. But the+q [et ont)tl gainst the estate of the said ride is just one of reasonswhy owa+It Frank M. Watson, deceased, you're a, e d, in a+ Fo(d all the way. deper dlng onwhether you are load. whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher Only FOrd in class offers ing klds or cargo. = Silent-FIo Venti- legally verified, to the under-[ Sterec .-,9ordc Tape Player option that lafibn (on 4-door hardtops) singed at his office at 104 W. tl Congress St., Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before 17th day of July, 1966; otherwise they may by law be excluded from ~i benefit cf said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 17th day of March, 1966. T, W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County March 17, 3-t. , _ In a t 202 EAST LIBERTY STR '.ET closed. = Even Ford's are Ford. See how many ways Ford can put you ahead k-t '66. CHARLES WN. W. 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