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I1' I:l PA % % When you need money see your favorite loan officer at A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accotmts Miss Dorothy Lake (FROM LAST WEEK) Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner was given at the home of Mrs. Harrison Lan- ham of Halltown, recently. The dinner was in honor of her moth- er. Mrs. Henry Ballenger, this being her 65th birthday. Those present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and children, Cindy and Jerry from Brownsville, Md., Mrs. Eleanor Markte of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Lanham and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ballenger. Mrs. Ballenger received many nice gifts and was presented with a birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and son and Mrs. Lula Ranalli Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire is now spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Osbourne Dunn and sons of College Park, Md, Mrs. William Ainsworth of Charles Town was a Sunday vis- itor of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay and Vince. IIl with TRIPLE ACTION GRAB GRASS KILLER 1. Prevents crab au. Kills crab grass seeds as they sprout. One application keeps it out all treason! 2. Fertilize, too. 10-5-5 fer- til/zer feeds your grass for fast, v/corous growth. 3. Kills soll insects. Get rid of white grubs and certain other soil insects that can damage your lawn: A]I in one Application| Come in and a~k for Greenfield Triple Action Mr~ and Mrs. Ronald Clark and him a speedy recovery. children, Melody, Tommy and Scott of Upper Marlboro, Md. spent the weekend with the lat. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ton Kelican. Mrs. Bernard Ott Women of Church Meet The Women of the Halltown Presbyterian Church met Mon- day evening, March 14, at 7:30, at the home of Mrs. Edwin Cleven- ger. The president, Mrs. Robert Sherman, was in charge of the council meeting and led the group in the devotionals. Mrs. James Watson, circle chairman, presided over the business meet- ing of the circle; Miss Sharon Clevenger had prayer and the , secretary, Mrs. Raymond Parks, read the minutes of the last meet ing and the roll call; Mrs. Wil- liam Blackford had the offera- tory prayer. There were four- teen members in attendance. The lesson for the month, "A Church Impelled to Preach," was in charge of Mrs. Charles Symons. During the social hour the host- ess, Mrs. Edwin Clevenger, served punch, cake, potato chips, nuts, and mints. The meeting for the month of April will be at the homeof Mrs. Eddie Moler, in Charles Town. Mrs. David Penwell and chil- dren, Linda Anne, and Jeanne, and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray visited Mrs. Ramon Gray and family in Shepherdstown Wednesday after- noon. Mrs. Alton Muse and daughter, Karen, Mrs. William Hoak, of Halltown, Miss Esther Pope, of Charles Town, and Mrs. Frank Simons and son, Mark, were in Winchester, Va., on Tuesday, Mark having an appointment with his foot doctor. Little Miss Pamela Whittington and brother, Daryle, spent Wed- nesday and Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend, of Riverdale, Md., Visited Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family Thursday evening. Mr. Lester Moler attended the funeral of the late Mr. Harvey Milbourne at the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home in Ranson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ramon Gray and children, Meg and Ramon, of Shepherds- town, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family Friday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, of North George Street, Ranson, vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and children Saturday morning. Misses Judy and Jeanne Pen- well and brother, Terry, attended a birthday party Saturday after- noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli at Millville in hon- or of the eighth birthday of their son, Joey. Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kenneth Dorothy Bowers visited Mrs. Ber. Webb and daughter of Arlington, tha Morgan at the home of Mr. Va. spent the weekend with the and Mrs. Robert Webb, Shenan. former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. doah Junction, Saturday after- Vernon Webb. Donna Jean Longerbeam of Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Shen- Harpers Ferry, spent Sunday with andoah Junction spent Thursday her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Mac Webb. Mrs. Webb J. T. Longerbeam. and Mrs. Morgan were Thursday Those helping Mrs. Freddie afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i Ranalli celebrate her birthday Moss Ranalli. on March 6th were Mr. and Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Moss Ranalli, Mrs. Nelson Whltt- and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, were Mr. ington and Mrs. Frank Cameron and Mrs. Eugene Whittington and of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Car- children Hope and Robby from roll of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Am- Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Doug os Holler, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Minnick and granddaughter, Jen- Shirley and children, Roxanne, nifer Larkins of Martinsburg, Mr. Mike and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Will- and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner and Mrs. Jack Kelican and children Ricky, Vivian and Jackie of Ran. son spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Clifton Kelican. Mr. Clifton Kelican is a patient in the Charles Town General Hos- pital and his many friends wish 121 W, WASHINGTON ST CHARLES TOWN weekend wi h her bro her.in.]aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl (:lark, of Clearbrook, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Steiner Michelsen and childhren, of Rockville, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- well and family Sunday after- ' noon. Miss Lillian Myers Held St. Patrick's Tea The Jefferson Home Demon- stration Club held its annual St. Patrick's tea at the home of Miss Anna McGarry on March 17. A short program was presented. Mrs. Mary Grayson gave several Irish numbers on the piano. Ar- ticles about St. Patrick and Ire- land were read by Mrs. W. B. Hammond, Mrs. Roy Blackford and Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Miss McGarry showed slides on Surinan. These slides were tak- en by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holden fin Surinan where they lived for two years. Mrs. Holden is the former Miss Nancy McGarry, ' daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. McGarry. After the meeting members and guests were served delicious refreshments. Ruritan Club Meets March 28 The Ruritan Club will meet on March 28 instead of the 21st due to the meeting of the Methodist Conference meeting on the 21st. Dr. and Mrs. E. D. McGarry, of Buffalo, N. Y., spent the past weekend with his sister, Miss Anna McGarry en route to Flor. ida. Mrs. McGarry, who was in an automobile accident in Octo- ber in which her ankle was crushed, is now able to walk again. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darr vis- ited her niece, Mrs. Claude Har- ries is Baltimore, Sunday. Mrs. Harries, of Hagerstown, under- went open heart surgery in a Bal. timore hospital several weeks ago. Her friends are glad to know she is getting along nicely. Mrs. Sidney Burwell, of Annan- dale, Va., spent Monday with her! mother, Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mr. and Mrs. Duke South~ have bought a trailer and moved to the trailer court of Mr. Ber- nard Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Southard and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Myers were called to Terra Alta, W. Va., Sat- urday by the sudden death of Mrs. Southard's brother. Mr. Carson Jenkins, of Stanley, Va., spent the weekend with Mrs. Oscar Seal and Miss Lillian Yager. Miss Yager who had been spending the pa~t two months with her sister, Mrs. Seal, re- turned home with him Sunday. Mr. Wayne Wright who gradu- ated from the West Virginia Col- lege of Beauty Culture, in Mar- tam Longerbeam of Charles children, Kay Mike and Terry Town, Mrs. Clarence Frazier of and Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Whittington of Halltown, Mr. and j. T. Longerbeam were Mr. Gran- Mrs. Freddie Ranalli and children vel Longerbeam and children, Freddie, Jr., Debbie and Godfrey. Granvel, Jr., Clayton and Faye Mrs. Ranalli received many and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longer- very nice gifts and also three beam and son Randy of Harpers birthday cakes. Mi~. Ted Johnson of Morgan. Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Norn~an town, spent the weekend with James of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Frankie Longerbeam and daugh- ters, Tracey and Robin of Ran- son and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long- erbeam and children, Tommy, Linda, Kathy, and Diana of Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitt- ington, Hope and Robby of Balt- imore, Md. spent the weekend With the former's mother, Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Telephone 725.5113 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefic. iaries of the Estate of LAURA WILLIAMS CARTER, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate .of the said Laura Williams Carter, deceased, wheth- er due or not, are notified to ex- hibit same, with the voucher undersigned at his office at 104 W. Congress St., Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 10th day of July, 1966; other, wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and other wise protect thet~ interests. Given under my hand this 10th day of March, 1966. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County 1 / cli i0.: k .... noon. tinsburg, was in Huntington last Mrs. Winerd Bowers spent the week to take the State Board ex- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITy \ DAY, FRIDAY, all Gaymodenylons regularly 3 prs. for 2.85 prs. for Scoop up a wardrobe cJ Gaymodes at exciting spring savingsl Full-fashion or seamless.., dress' sheers and service weights .. micro.mesh or plain.., demi-toe styles and morel Cantrece$ and Agilon" stretch nylons, tool Fashion colors. Perfect-fit proportioned sized 5coop them up! COMPARE GAYMODE' QUALITY, FIT, VALUE! GAYMODE SUPPORT HOSE amina ion. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and family were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and chil- dren, of Neersville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lon- gerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Lon- gerbeam, of Chestnut Itill Mr. and Mrs. James Piersor~, of Charles Town. Mrs. George Cooper, of Man- nings, was a guest on Friday of Mrs. Ethel Buzzard, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Mrs. Thelma Cogle. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and family were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove, Mrs. Celia White, Judy Cogle, Mrs. Gloria Grove, Edith Longerbeam, Mrs. Mildred Cogle, Mrs. Estelle Cogle, Mrs. Barbara Staubs and Robin. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Shirley Chapman were callers on Friday of Mrs. Nancy Boyd and son, in Ranson. Miss Arlene Everhart is spend- mg several days with Mr. and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1966 Mrs. Charles Everhart and son, Chuckle, in Dargan, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett, of Virginia, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son in Dar- gan, Md., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick, Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longerbeam, Mrs. Eva Longerbeam, of Chest- nut tiill, Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson, of Charles Town were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and children. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook, of near Washington, spent the weekend with the former's moth- er, Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook, of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook. of the Bloomery, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook ,of near Washington, were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- way, spent the weekend at her home. Her guests on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Cole and family, of Pur- cellville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Seal and girls, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl children, of Brunswick, Md., Salurday evening guests former's parents, Mr. and tt. Dodgers and family; and Mrs. David Slaubs I)anner. FAST - CLEAN - POTOMAC EDISON CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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