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Charles S. Lowe,'Route.1, Keys 1 ion on "What's Cookin", Sarah 1Shull and- her daughter, Miss 1 Service on Easter Sunday. Child- Ferry Road. Charles Town. W. ya.I Gl s ford told about her Geology/ Mary Ellen Shull. Also dinner] ren in the Community are invited Mary E. Sheppard, 124 Warm project, Kirby DeHaven explained guests on Sunday at the Shull to an Easter egg hunt on the Springs Ave Martmsburg, W. Va his project on Entymology and home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles church lawn at 1:30 Monday after daughter Lucille were visitors on Saturday with Mr. Paul Carter and daughter Kaye in Hamilton, Va. They went to see Mrs. Edna Carter who is a patient at the Leesburg Hospital. Mrs. Louise Cole and Mrs. Dar- lene Cole of Sandy Hook, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and child ren and Mrs. Georgia Piper of Chestnut Hill were Thursday eve ning visitors with Mr. and Mrs. neysville, W Va Va. on Sunday at "West Shenstone," C: " Brenda D Carper, Ranson, W, the hgme of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace . aume, l noxvil e, Ma. [ Va " Sn r and their daughters. rn ro ie e l nyp, ttoute 1, } Ross R. Stagner, Route 2, H rp .George Crim, in company *'" " "" [ ers Ferry, W. Va. wtt her son and daughter-in-law, Fred L Walker, Harpers erry,Mr.) and Mrs. Rmhard Crlm and W Va s " " - ther op.s, J. B. and Bonn, of John F. Painter, Shenandoah [ Darkesville, W.- Va. spent Sunday Junction, Va, [ qki ]MMI| I [llMl in Washington, D. C. where they t)ra G. Adams, Rippon, W. Va. [ 'aa| f ,Vilq| attended a performance of the I ' '" [ Mrs. Stuart Crim Ringling Brothers. Barnum and ! I Bauey ;ircus at ollseum. [ FOR |l - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and i "-- I}4-H Club Meets their children, Bob "and Linda, ! SENIOR CITIZENS [[ The Busy Bees 4-H Club met were dinner guests on Supflay at [ [/at the school on Wednesday even the home,of the latterls brother- I I| -f l st u,L. ~,ith sixteen of m-row anu sister, Mr. ann mrs. [ BEDFAST or the |, the members in attendance The i Cre]g hton Propps and their ch ]d [ DISABLED ]} meeting was calld to order by lten' ~l'rlna, t=. tt. anu Tracey, m tmarms own [ |l the president and was pened by. " . [ y~n]oy ~emg t/s;m gidg West Virginia Boys and iClean'up uampatgn | cherished and get, |tGirls", after which the evening's Members of the South Jeffer- I oersonal attentiom i} Devotions were presented by r son Ruritan Club, Boy Scout | |[ Karl DeHaven and the 4-H Pledge i Troop No. 95 and the Busy Bees | |I and the Pledge to the Flag were t4-tt Club joined together on Sat- I VIMIM3RfIMA [ |[ repeated, [urday to begin a clean-up camp- I I il During the business meeting I aign in the community. Work was I NURSING HOME I I I the roll was called, the minutes begum with the Charles Town |,]1 of the last meeting were read and roa will be continued on the var | w - i II approved and a report was made ious roads leading from Summit ,Our extended care |[ by the. treasurer. Plans were dis- Pointon other Saturdays. [ ffe ,o cussed for the annual paper drive Visitors on Sunday at the home I l/which will be held later in the of and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins J spring (note: the community is w fl.their daughter, Mrs. Jake I -- |! requested to take note of this up- and daughter p t la and I utce y stx licoming activity and save their trt i son anct aaughter-in-iaw, ] registered nurses andr] magazines and papers until such Mr !:and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and [ a completely 1[ time as arrangements can be their" family, all of Charles Town. [ dedicated personnel |[ made to conduct this drive), and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr had | group oPen medical 1[ attention was called to fact that visiting them last week the latt- I s ff " 11 posters to be entered in the Nat- er's brother, Mr. James Renner I : . . l] ional 4-H Poster Contest were due of B rryville, Va. and visiting | ~ Physical and " 1[ at the County Extension office by with them on Sunday were their | occupation therapy 11 March 27th. Also discu ed was son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and | Reasonable*rates, |[ etub s,participation in a' clean Mrs. Robert Chrisman.of Leetown: I @ Want m0re 1[ up project in the community,Mrs. Oscar Brady ]s a pahent -*. At the conclusion .of the bus- Kirby and Kendall DeHaven, who Members of the United Metho- Mrs. Richard Snyder and son, presented a pantomine, Linda dist Church gathered in the Jason of Hagerstown, Md. spent Light with a tap dance, Gall Con- church basement on Sunday even Tuesday with her parents, Mr. away and Joyce Swisher who pre ing to enjoy a delicious covered and Mrs. John Heinz. sented organ selections, Elaine dish supper and a pleasant even- A buffet supper of chicken Jackson, Sarah Glassford and Kim ing. About twenty five were on salad sandwiches, potato salad, Burch, a song and dance routine, hand for the occasion, chips, nuts and mints, cake, coffee a vocal trio composed of Dixie Compimenting the former's bro and punch were served. The three Hammer, Michael Hammer and'ther-in-law, Mr. Ulis Johnson of tier wedding cake, topped by a Lisa Jackson and Roy Hammer, Charles Town, on his natal anni- miniature bride and groom, was who concluded the show with a versary, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rud cut and served by the bride. The ser'~ of jokes. F0|lowing the talent show a re- olph and their sons, Mark and bride's mother, Mrs. Frank Them Paul, entertained at a family pson served coffee and Mrs. Judy creation hour was enjoyed during gathering on Friday evening, poured punch. which delicious,refershments Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Guests were: Mrs. Kenneth were served by Sherry and Lisa Bentley Rudolphof Charles Town Thompson, Mrs. Billy Thompson, Jackson, Mrr. and Mrs. Francis Brown of and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and their Mr. Thomas Welsh, Misses Dee son Donnie. Dee and Scotty Dyke, Mrs. Pat Hamilton, Va. were.dinner guests Mr. Roy Stamey, who had spent Smith, Mrs. Walter Klepper and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970 Jenme E. Bzady, Bo t71, Ran- i John Crane gave a demonstratiOnexplain. Shull and Winchester,Children' ScottYva, and noon.The canvass American med the son of Mr. and Mrs. son, W. Va. on "Foxeign Coins" and Terry, of Mr. for the y N[Ch0[S N Nichols, of Cave Road, Alice F. Miller, Route 2, Char-[ ed what was involved in his pro- and Mrs. Michael Kiwdell and Red Cross is being conducted in Town. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ware, a les Town, W. Va. leers of "Junior Leadership" and daughter Tracey of Charles Town the neighborhood by Miss Mary TO tl t At Richmond College is t] son, Box 29, Ranson, W. Va. Charles F. Snyder, Shenandoah "Charting." and Mrs. Shull's mother, Mrs. Ellen Contant, chairman, and Mrs. liberal arts division of the' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Penwell, Junction, W. Va. .Following the program a very George Chapman of Berryville, Roy Putman, Mrs. Marvin Thomas Richmond College sity of Richmond. a son, Cavaliers Trailer Park, Ethel B. Roper, 5th Ave Ran- entertaining talent show was en- Virginia. Mrs. Annabell Ferguson, assist- Charles Town, W. Va. son, W. Va. joyed. Those participating were Covered Dish Supper ants. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whetzel, a Agnes G. Bailey, 3rd. Avenue son, Stiles Trailer Park, Charles Ranson, W. Va. Town, W. Va. Catherine A. Castle, 819 A St Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weber, Brunswick, Md. a son, 14th ave Ranson, W. Va. Charlotte A. Crum, 5th Ave , Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole, a dau Box 111, Ranson, W. Va. ghter, RFD, Knoxville, Md. Nancy Jean Robertso,Charles Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ti ylor, Town, W. Va. Jr a daughter, Route 1, Knox- Greta B. Roper, Route 2, Char- ville, Md. ~ lea Town, W. f~a. MEDICAL PATIENTS SURGICAL PATIENTS Charles William Fauble, 4th Elizabeth L. Brown, Route 1, Avenue, Ranson, W.' Va. Charles Town, W. Va. Claude B. Weaver, Route 1, Box Ellen G. Ware, Box 291, ~n 165, Charles Town, W. Va. W. Va. Wesley Vere, 404 Jefferson Debra L. Frye, Route 1, Char. Avenue, Char|es Tewn, W. Va.les Town, W. Va. Travis C. Rock, Rou{e 9, Kear- lke Brooks, Charles Town, W. the week in Jefferson County on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons currently in different business, was an overnight guest all of Martinsburg, Mrs. Calvin f r ann zars= Deari rove ann in Dargan, Md schools. Familiar at ~amlly A~so ~r ano Ivlrs Jerry on Friday of last week at the Thompson, Shepherdstown Mrs. [ . ;vernart ' ann-aaugmers-" -" " Dinner guests on Sunday with with both rural and home of his brother and sister-in- Eleanor Nmewarner, Charles[ : - M. nd Mrs. Ralph Cogle and l school strengths and P Town, Mrs. Wflham Fellers Mrs.[ ". " .* daughter were; Mr, and Mrs pol law, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey . Mr ann t on btauns ann and their children, Karen and Walace Welsh, M ss Lmda t'otter [ - daughter Robin were guests wash Timmy Stewart and children of aaa-. zo- -t . Mr~ Pntt r Mr~ l~.h~/his parents, Mr. and Mrs: Harry Halltown. I Dougie. The following day the Wa--l'k~v-o~-r~v~-'-r-~"-~---n-~Staubs in Bakerton recently. Stamey family accompanied him . Mr and Mrs Edwin Staubs and to the National Airport in Wash, Mr. Bobby Thomnson The voun .---.-. o.adaughter 'enney were guests wl h ington, D. C. where he boarded his mother Mrs. Nettie Stanbs and a plane for his home in Bar Hat-M~T,~h'~::~, "'~,"~r~" m"~'~ri~" ~n grandfather in Chestnut Hill 0UR BAREt IHBS bor, Maine. --- To Hold Easter Egg Hunt Hagerstown on Feb, 21. They have Mr. and Mrs, Roger Cole of Children of the Nursery and taken an apartment on Burke Sandy Hook, Md were Sunday Kindergarten classes of the Unit- Street, Martinsburg. . guests with her parents, Mr. and ed Methodist Church will be en- Mrs. Richard Snyder and young Mrs: Cecil Everhart and family. Wet ed p fO st tertained at an Easter Egg hunt son, Jason of Hagerstown, visited Mrs. Howard Cogle and son to be held on the lawn of the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mark were recent visitors with e dress u r Ea er. parsonage at 2:00 o'clock on Fri- Heinz on Thursday. her sisters, Mrs. David Brackett and Miss Betty Viands and fam-SORRY ouR LIMBS ARE BARE THAT'S NOT day afternoon, March 27th. --- -<: :.: -- = tiles in Charles Town. THOUGH, FOR WE HAVE Bi AUTIFUL L] KEA ILLERN[YSV am A=.-- Mr. Earl Rodgers of BrunswickWE'RE SPEAKING OF THE LIMBS THAT -----" tllVl K IVl Md. was a guest on Saturday with ROUND GEESTS, WHO SIT IN THE TREI r Rodgers and on Sunday another IId |a lem- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Captain AT COOLFONTS TREETOP HOUSE REST M s. Ethel Buzzard ANT, IN THE MOUNTAIN SHADOW AT N1 / son onald Roagers of Bouvar BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. VA WE TAKE GI Mrs. EWe Hamstead --'-- - was a visitor with his parents. Easter Egg Hunt The Women's Auxiliary of the PAINS TO SERVE GREAT MEALS AT TRI ] Presented P. T. A. Program The Sr. M. Y. F. of the Shenan- Jefferson Little League are spon- HOUSE, AND TH] RE'S GREAT SCENER Men, hers of the Evergreen 4-H dale Charge will have a Easter Boring a Rummage Sale at the TREETOPS, LAKES, MOUNTAINS. Club presented the program When egg hunt, Saturday March 28th. Old Ranson Post Office Building, the P. T. A. met last Tuesday Meet at the Wesley House in Friday and Saturday April 3rd Call (304) 258-1793 For Reservations night. Activities within the corn- Chestnut Hill at fl:00 P. M. All and 4th from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. munity were enumerated, such as members who will furnish the We have some boys from our Open Easter Weekend & Every Weekend The the litter barrels, and activities (colored) eggs; bring them to the community who are playing on rn"'. & Sat. 5 to 9 p. m. - Sun Noon to 8 and fun at Camp Frame were dis- parsonage Saturday morning. . the little league. cussed. Each club in the county A Special Service Mrs. Nancy Whittington and TREETOP HOUSE IS AT COOLFONT, AN 180f is currently attempting to raise Easter Sunday, March 29th eve sons; Mrs. Doris Reynolds and a specified sum toward the swim- ning 7:30 P. M. a special service children of Ranson; were dinner FAMILY V A C A T I O N CENTER. FURN ruing pool at Camp Frame. Co- at Murrill Hill Methodist Church guests on Sunday with their sis- CHALETS AND WOODED CAMPSITES FOR leaders, Susan Day and Ky Mar- The three churches of the Charge ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- AT COOLFONT, PLUS A COMPLETE ' "I shall issued an invitation to join can have a part, Special music by aid Grove. PICTURE. the group, to all young people the Leetown Mens Quartet are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grove of who are interested, the guests for the evening. Silver Grove; Mrs. Nancy WhiR- Call, Visit or Write Coolfont , The P. T. A. has a few Child Communion Service ington of Ranson were shoppers Record Books to sell at $1.00. A Charge Wide Communion in Martinsburg on Saturday. Berkeley Springs, W. Va. 25411 There was no business to be dis- cussed. and Mrs. Irvin Hall honored their son, Terry Lynn, with a party on his tenth birthday last Wednesday. Guests were, Kenneth and Charlotte Thomas, Evelyn Hall, Debbie Stolipher, Cherree in the.Charles Town General Hqs pital, having been a mitted there the-latter, part ofwe k obser ativn and treatment. "k FAMOUS"BIG EDGE" TREAD Miss Wallis Anne Snyder re- with friends. Tabler, Timmy Stride and Dang- Attend Banquet los Hall. AduRs who attended Rick and Billy Creamer, Ellis were Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Hall, Conaway and Jonesie Bane were Shepherdstown, Mrs. Beverly Stol among the members of the Cream ipher, Dodsen's Village, Mrs. Mum of the Crop Dairy 4-H Club at- ie Sirbaugh, Martinsburg, Mrs. tending the annual family ban- Marvin Thomas, Mrs. Brenda Tab quet which was held on Saturday let, Mrs. Darlene Stride and Mrs. evening at the Community Center Edith Thomas. The hostess served near Bardane. Also accompanying Mexican sandwiches, potato chips them to Bardane were Mr. and cake, ice-eream and pepsi. The Mrs. Raymond Creamer, their birthday cake was iced in white smaR son and their daughters, with green Shamrocks. Mrs. rnold Dailey Jr. of Summit An early Easter Morning Serv- Point and Mrs: William King of ice will be presented by the young and Mr. and Mrs. Brook people of Grace Church at 7:30 Rippon Conaway and their family, on Sunday. Following this Service Mrs, :Edward Lee Shull and her breakfast will be served by the two daughters, Angela and Suz- Men's Brotherhood. The Sacra- anne, of Falls Church, Va. visited ment of Holy Communion will be over the weekend at the home of observed at 7:30 P. M. on Good her er-in-law, Mrs. Thomas Friday and again at the Worship 800---FEE R CATR[ l CALV[S--800 F'RIDAY, APRIL 10, 1970 AT 1:30 F. Cattle to be weighed Thursday, April 9th. OPEN For CONSIGNMENTS ,B,RIB TREAD PATTERN .: SUPER-SYN RUBBER COMPOUND REGULAR RETAIL PRICE Bla k & Whitewall Tire (Plus. Fed. Ex. Tax) "Electric Weld g II"; turned home on Sunday from Gall Conaway gave a demSnstrat- Washfngton, D. C. where she had spent the past weekend visiting Jefferson C0unl Motors BLU[ LIVESTOCK SALES, liE. / - Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5021 or 725-5995 March 26-2t,- VIEWPOINT BY LOUISE LEONARD ItEPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE 9 Let s Talk About TAXESI If West Virginia is to grow, to prosper, to attract new people new industries, to keep the youth of West Virgia/a in Wt st Virginia, hen it is essential that we have a tax program which makes it possible for /ndivldnals and buisne firms alike to plan for the future. Service will be held on Thursday Mr. and Mr~ Ronald Staubs Jr. evening March 26, at the Chest- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Staubs and nut Hill Methodist Church, You baby of Baltimore, Md. were Sun are welcome, day visitors~w~th: their ~o Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs. Cecil Everhart and family. Richmond, Va. - Daniel L. Nic- FOR Those visiting Mr. Floyd Grove hols, of Charles Town, has been~arl] i~ EI]lll~a~ at the hospital during the week named to the Dean's List of Dis- were; Mr. and Mrs.Cecil Ever- tinguished Students at Richmond hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle; College for the semester which Mrs. Vanessa Everhart; Mr. and ended in February. Mrs. HorDe Longerbeam, Mrs. Hi!- Nichols graduated from Charles da Piper, Mrs. Juanita Buzzard. Town High School where he was Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers a member of the National Honor and daughter Norma and grand- Society, Boy's State, and the foot daughter, Sharon Chapman; were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. ball and wrestling teams. He is Cecil Walling and family in Hag- erstown, Md. Guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howell Everhart and daughters were Mr. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: and children ef Manassas, Va Mr. Ronald Rodgers of Bolivar. Robert Longerbeam; Mr. Thomas Mrs. Elma Jean Whitehair and CAROLYN W. HOF Longerbeam of Chestnut Hilt sons, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart were .Mother of four childre were Sunday dinner guests with Saturday visitors with Mr. and " 0UTSTAI IH6 VALb S OPEN EVERY IN CHARLES TOWN FRIDAY And SATURDAY NIGHT TILL NINE i BUY NOW AND SAVE AT ROSEN'S BIGGER BOYS' DRESS SHOES 'Lace or loafer styles at this budget price in styles to 6. Men's Dress Shoes Choose from lace or lc er styles at this budget l rice. Sizes 6~ to 12. OTHER STYLES FROM-10.99 TO 16.99 CLEARANCE OF BETTER SHOES B ken Lots Of Better Shoes Reduced To Clear. Most All Sizes. MEN'S WOMEN'S WERE WERE TO 12.99 TO 10.99 I NOW NOW WOMEN'S SPRING SHOES Lovely new dress up styles in "whites, navys, black patents bones and reds. TEEN'S FLAT HEELS Plain little pumps in black patent or white. 5 to I0. OTHER STYLES 6.99 & 7.99 Children's Shoes Little girls' shiny black patents or gleaming whites. A variety of bet- ter styles for boys re- dttced in time for Easter. 8 to4. OTHER SHOES FROM 6.99 C TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7031 Think About It. Won't You? The tax program of our State must not be subject to the whims of the legislature every other year. A long.range t tx program with economic stability as its goal must he enacted. Drive the easy drive to Berkeley Springs;' t RL. 9 west 3/4 mile and tm'n left for our lin itn the treetops!