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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Martha and Chuckle, were Sa'turday night dinner guests at the hmne of Mr. and Mrs. John Myers and family on Kabletown Road. S~aff Sgt. Itarold It. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, is serving a 13 months tour of duty in the U. S. Marine Corps in Danang, Vietnam. Kis addre~ is S/Sg, t. Harold H. Carter, B. Company, 1~ Bn 27th Marines C/O San Francisco, Calif 96602. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Renner and three sons, Matthew, Andy, Michael, of Shenandoah Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and son Reginald, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and three children, Jill, Stewen, and Rickey, of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenkins were Sunday guests at the h(~me of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenk4ns and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and Darlene, of Frederick, Md were overnight guests at the home of Miss Ma~5' Magaha of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Jenkins were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Ever- hart of Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and daughter, Kemberly Sue, were Sunday dinner guesls at the home of the lather's parents, Mr. an(t Mrs. Stanley Boyd. Mrs. Charles Admns, Mrs. W(mdrow Adams were among those who attended the 4-It Lead- ers meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Light of Smnmit Point on Thm, sday. work at Seton ttill College, Col neil University of Wisconsin and West Virginia. She worked as a I[olne Demonstration Agem m Ohio and in West Virginia (Upshur County) t)ef~)re she ac- cep,ted her present assignment. The Leetown tlome Demonstrat ion club will serve lunch to all who have a reservation by calling !lhe Cooperalive Extension Serv- ice office at 725-5116. Counly Councit will meet March 22 at 1:30 p,m with Mrs. Marian Myers. Thank-you notes were read from Mrs. Beeg and Mrs. David MeMillan, Mrs, John Rissler led devotions reading from the 7th Chapter of Matthew. A meditation was folh)wed by prayer. After adjournment a so- cial hour was spent with Mrs. George Cole and Mrs. William Walker as hostesses. The next Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barren of meeting will be at the home of Ranson were Sunday dinner Mrs. Robert MeGar~T on April guests at the home of the lattcr's 18 with Mrs. C.D. Boyer, ,h' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. leading the lesson "Music ,in the L()ur f, rom Martinsburg last week s}ghtseeing anti visiting the "(;rand" Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn were Mrs. John Edmonson, Mrs. Walter Jenkins, Mrs. Leon Edwards and Mrs. Lewis Reel( From Bolivar and llarpers Ferry. Alt~hough they arrived in the big snow stornl ill Nashville they re- port a most enjoyable trip, stop- piilg at Natural Bridge, Va on their way back for dinner on Sun(Lay. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson and children of Waldorf, Md vis- tied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliyton Robinson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bidinger and (6 CYL.) Tune.Up Engine Vie Adams, fomnerly wiili .l~,ff(*~)I~ (i~(l~,i~, Motors, is now ass.cial ,d wii}~ (,ill" :-{it 1~ will be hal)py to I i: t'rim (b; a* h ere. RAY'S AUTO SERVICE Jenkins. United Stat(~." daughter of Green Springs visited Miss Darlene Magaha of Fred- Perfect atlendance was achieved Mr. and Mrs. tt. R Crock in Bolt- crick, was a Sunday dinner guest by the foih)wing pupils for the var on Sunday. al the home of Mr. and Mrs. month ending March 18: Grade I, Mrs. Daisy Creamer of Mar- Charles Adams. Boyd Brown, Robert Hawkins; Miss Elizabeth M. Smith and Grade II, Charles Chamblin, Per- Miss Welford SmLth returned to their home on Wednesday after ry Sirbaugh; Grade III, Debra i tfawkens, Charles Adams, Doro- thy Sution; Grade IV, Barton IIadley, Patricia Brooks, Mary Brooks, Sheila Farley; Grade V, Re.bin Miller, Denise Sut~on, Richard Chamblin, Randy ttaw- kens; Grade VI, James Itough, Chubby Seal recently purchased a 1963 Impala. Karl Kahout is employed at the Halllown Paper Mill. Mrs, C. D. Mercer of Ranson was a caller Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Mil;ton Popkins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford entertained members of the MYF of Asbury Methodist Church, Charles Town, on Sunday eve- n.ing. Thirteen members were present. Those who represented the Ka- bletown Chm'ch m Quarterly Con- ference Monday night in the Mid- dleway Church were Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer, St, John DemozT, touring for 10 days with their cousin, Mrs. Julia Rhoden in the South. They visited Outer Banks, N. C Charleston, S. C and also the beautiful gardens in Atlanta, Ga. :Miss Dorothy Graham Baird and Miss Margot Wood Baird of 425 Red Yeaf Road, Wynnewood, Pa were Sunday guests at the apartment of their cousin, Mrs. J. Strai.th Briseoe. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn tI:ayward Hetzeld and young son R(~bert Ix)well of Blaeksburg, Va were weekend ~uests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Low- ell ttetzetl and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- eft Randolph Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn tia~-~ard ttetzel and son Robert I and Miss Emma ttammond, Mr. Vin- cent Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, III, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis were Sunday guests at the Smith holne. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Iietzel, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Itetzell and young son, Robert Lowell, of Blacks- burg, Va Mr. and Mrs. Donald ttetzell and Mrs. John Locke Burns, Jr were Saturday night dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr and family. Dial 725.9662 East Washing*Ion Slreel Reliable,ervlee -- All Makes ()[' (~ar> And You Can Be To, With Something From Our EASTER FASHION PARADE! 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