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Charles Town, West Virginia
March 30, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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I . . II ..... I I near Winchesler and Mr. anti Mrs. Stanh:y W. Zomhro and dau ghter Patsy of Kearneysville. lind Stanley Party Mrs. Polly Elliott held a Stan- ley Party Friday evening with a good attendance. The demonstra- lor Mrs. Leonard l,ewis of Mar- tinsburg. llome From llospital Mrs. Harry A. Childs who has t~een a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital returned 1o day evening. Mrs. Childs is doing very well and I hope she will con tinue to do well. Sunday guest at Mr. and Mrs. James A. Granthams were Mrs. Robert Bloom and three sons of Gettysburg, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Bane Brown had Sunday dinner with their daugh- ter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill. Miss Sharon Marie Pulse of Charles Town spent the weekend a,,r, dr., Rm,, Preaching Services There were preaching services Sunday 11:00 a. m. at the Metho- dist Church by the Rev. Samuel !Butcher of Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill at- tended the anual Masonic Ban- quet at Shepherdstown as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hock. ensmith. Tomorrow is the greatest labor saving device of today. SPml OP JEFFERSON ra aa3 ADVO( 8--B THURSDAY, MARCH Madri Gras Will Be Staged St. Phillips Church April 5-7 The Mardi Gras at St. Phillip's Parish House, Charles Town, which was postponed in February due to the weather, will on April 5, 6 and 7. On day night there will be a ball for Teen agers. night a talent program al carnival. On Friday tume ball for adults. is invited to share the GO TO CHURCH I1 ank ference ?" That's a question which crops up again and again in the average person's life; and good credit standing at a bank is one of the best recommendations for b u s i n e s s or personal money dealings. Make full use of our many services---and build credit standing that will be invaluable to you through the years. ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Ill By Patsy Zombro Deferred From Last Week Sunrise Services Easter Sunday morning at 6:00 a. m. there will be sunrise servic- es at the Middleway Methodist Church. There will be special music. The speaker will be Mrs. York. Baby Shower RansnI, There wilt be acountry ham Mrs. P~fil Hough of and turkey supper March 25 be- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Abshire were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abshire and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Plotner and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeSlie Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abshire and Mrs. Ruth Clipp. was given a baby shower on Fri- ginning at 5:00 p. m. at the Mid- day, March 17, 1961 by Mrs. Thel dleway Methodist Church benefit ma Kearns and Mrs. Jay Kearns at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kearns. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Zom- bro and Patsy of Kearneysville were Tuesday night callers at Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. John- son's. Sunday callers at Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Childs were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake B. Childs of Berryville, Miss Patsy H. Zombro of Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Childs and Brenda, Gall and Kenny of near Berryville, and Mr. Linden DeHaven of Clear- brook. Country Ham and Turkey Supper I FREE DECORATING SERVICE A single room, or your entire home . . . an office, or a complete project: the Davis of Baltimore Decorating Service is yours for the asking. Not just a fancy book, or a confusing array of colors, but a personalized service by the Davis Color Consultant. Come in to get "full details and postage free forms. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. LET US REDUCE THE FIRE H.AZARDS IN YOUR HOME! Wiring and Outlets Checked Appliances Examined @ Power Loads Rated Fuse Boxes Tested How would the Fire Underwriters rate youx home? Inspe.ction by our Ueensed electricians will spotlight and eliminate any danger spots. of the Middteway P. T. A. They will serve country ham and tur- key, sweet potatoes, dressing and gravy, potato salad, green beans and corn, kraut, pickles, celery, carrots, home made rolls, pie and coffee. Come and enjoy a wonder- ful meal with all you can eat. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Charles.Edward Gar dner were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Moreland and Mary Ann were Sunday call- ers at Mr. and Mrs. Grover Dun- lop's. Mrs. Beulah Parkinson and dau ghter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gordan all of Inwood were Thursday evening guests, of Mrs. Toni DeHaven and son Graichen. Mrs. Paul Hough and daughter Beverly of Ranson were Sunday dinner guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kearns. M. Y. F. Meeting Mrs. Wanda Ring and Mrs. Viol et Ring called on Mrs. Margaret Woodward at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ash- by on Wednesday. Mrs. Wood- ward is staying there since her home in Bakerton was destroyed by fire on March 10, 1961. Returned From Florida. Mrs. Amen Grantham who has been spending some time in Flor ida returned back to her home in Middleway on Wednesday. Mrs. Grantham had a wonderful time. Those who also went to Florida were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Torrey and Ml:s. Harry L. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Torrey and Mrs. Moore are house guests of Mrs. Amen Gran tham. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and oRnnie and Gail of Summit Point spent Friday evening with his mother Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Mrs. A. C. Halvosa, Mrs. Louise Jennings and Mrs. James Hafer had last aSturday lunch with Mrs. Dailey Slonaker of Winchester. Attend Cherry and Raspberry Growers Banquet Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill and Mr. and Mrs. George Crim attended the Cherry and Raspberry Growers Banquet at the C. H. Musselman Cafeter- ia in Biglerville, Pa. Miss Sherry Ann Shirley of Bunker Hill, the winner of the National Cherry Pie Baking Contest and her teach er were special guest at the ban- quet. There was a group there from Inwood, Martinsburg, Shep- herdstown and other places near b:Mrs)'" Paul Ring and daughters spent Thursday afternoon with her mother Mrs. Lee Brown of Charles Town. Miss Mary Lynn Childs and Mrs. Linden DeHaven of Clear- J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICA CONTRACTOR Telephone 424 ............ Charles Town, W. Va. i ...... < i brook were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Those who called later in the evening Charles Town, West Virginia USE YOUR CHARGE CARD! DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE GREAT LAST MINUTE VALUES! I Dacron and wool worsted blends star in PENNEY'S SUPERBLY TAILORED GENTRY SUIT Smart multicolor her- ringbones in grey, brown, blue are yours in a year-around weight suit that spans the sea- sons ! 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