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I Centuries ago, some grief stricken wom W ed towird a tom with heavy In what must have been light of dawn. When the first streaks of the rising sun the sky, they were unaware that this was a special dawn on a magnificient day. It t;prned out to be the mdgt 16fldiig il y lil to Of cliristt world. Resurrection creeds differ in language but all Christian people believe in the resurrection. As surely as sunrise follows sunset, Easter is the crowning evidence of resurrection. Without resurrection, religion of any type is a fallacy. Yet, terrified people continue to be confused about the meafiing and purpose of the last and final heart- beat. This confusion is so needless when the evidence of Easter can and should give us confidence that tile grave is not the end of Hie. We should reckon with and remember these words at the dawn of every day. "I am the resurrection, and the Hie; he that liveth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live; and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shah never die." Without reckoning and remem- bering His words, the words "Happy Easter" mean nothing In that spirit we say "Happy Easter" to you and truly hope the words mean something SMITH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA Do4m o o4mPc mPo m MmD o .= WE f l, J Route 340 East C ES TOWN, W. VA. 90 CAL and Mrs. Charles Lee, Kear neysv }le,g W' Va April 2, 1968, a girl. Mr. and rs. Lester Bagent, Charles Town, W. VS April 3, 1968, a boy Mr. and ~Mrs. Jesse McDaniel, Harpers Ferry, W. Va Route 2, April 3, 1968, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Jotm- son, Harpers Ferry, W. Va April 4, 1968, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Myers; Charles Town, W. Va Route 1, April 5, 1968, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Willham Hoskins, KearneysviHe, W. Va Route 1, April 5, 1968, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard See, Kear ney~i.He, W. Va Route 2, April 5, 1968, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Jones, Knox~il,le, Md Rottte 2, April 6, 1968, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brawner, Gatthersburg, Md April 8, 1968, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Engle, Charles Town, W. Va RottCe 1, April 8, 1968, a girl. SURGICAL IS NOW STOCKING INVITE THE BUILDING TRADE To Inspect Our Complete L ne Send Us Your Inquh4es, Or -- PHONE 725-2369 / Mar. 21-4t- CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON Mrs. Mary L. Wiley, Harpers Ferry, W. Va Route 2. Mr. Lester E. Jones, Knoxville Md Route 2. Mrs. Mary D. Snyder, Ranson. Mrs. Alice L. Barb, Charles Town, W. Va Route 1. Mrs. Susan J. Bennett, Charles Town, W. Va. Baby James L. Hardy, Ranson, W. Va. Miss Patricia L. Peer, Ranson. Master David M. Smith, Kear- neysville, Route 1. Mrs. Margaret M. Hooe, Mill- ville, W. Va. MEDICAL Mr. Charles W. Crawford, Hedg esvHle, W. Va Rottte 1 Mr. Charles W. Fulk, Charles Town, W. Va Route 1. SCOTT & WHITE PHONE 725.2182 Ethical Pharmacists CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 0O0 Dr. Family When y o u r prescription bears this label you know you will benefit from the best that the science of pham cy can provide. TI I :Mx. Frank Ra nseur, Charles [ Mrs. Wanda Ring of Middleway t Lorrl Lortgerbeam spent F Iday Town, W. Va. [ called on Mrs. Lula Stone on Fri- ] evening with Mrs Daisy Long- Mr. WilUstrn er, Shenan- I day afternoon. Mrs. Stone has brake in Petersvi le, Md. Miss doah Junction, W. Va. ]been on the sick list. We wish M rta G "mines remained over Mr Howard Sagle, Kearneys-[her a speedy recovery. ]the weekend w th Mrs. Long- ville, W. Va Rottte 1. I I brake Start Revival Serv ce " es T Mrs. Gloria Sine, Charles Town 1 I Mesd a, :, Mr. Lester D, Woodward, Char [ The Botivar Pe ecostal hurcn / ter 4Moler, Bernard Ott a tended les Town, W. Va Relate 1. I of .Christ on Alstad .s I-I ffi are! a meeting at the Civic Cen er in Mr. Melvha Hanes, Martins-/starting a revival service unuay Cha rles Town on Fr'iday evening. burg, W. Va. }Right April 14th wrm t ev. raz- Mr J, hn C Jr J ffer- Mrs. Dane E. Clark, Hagerstown I ier of Hanover, l-enn speaki g Count- Pr-c, u in -rnev e ch nt ht Everyone is invited w y . Md Route 4. 1 exls4amed the eleotmn ,laws and Mrs. Wanda L. Mills, Shenan-I to attend. Rev. M. C. ScoOt pastor, procedures in a talk to ,the doah Junction, W. Va. League of Women Voters of Jef- Mr. I arold E. Robinson, Mill- wille, W. Va, Mr. Paul H. Zepp, Ranson, W. Va. Mr. William J. Harden, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Katherine W. Wetzel, Cha rles Town, W. Va. Mr. Matthew C. Cary, Sr, Wash- ington, D. C. Mrs. Esther C. Whi ttin, gton, Kearneysvflle, W. Va Route 1. Mrs. Edna L. Hough, Charles Town, W. Va Route 2. Mr. Franklin J. Mumau, Char- les Town, W. Va Route 1. I Mrs. Emma J. Roper, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. and Mrs. R~lph Sager of 7th Ave. visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Day, Arcola, Va and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelly in Gharttitly Va Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graham of Alexandria, Va. and Mrs. Warren Collis, Leetown called on their father, Mr. D. S. Graham Friday. Mrs. Mary Snyder was a patient in the Charles Town General Hos pital severnl days l st week for minor surgery. Mrs. Bernard Ott Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were dinner guests last Sunday of Mrs. Moler's brother4n4aw and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark of Clear- brook, Va. Mrs. Kenneth Anders of Oharles Town, was a dinner guest on Monday of her parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mrs. Ott returned home with her daugh- ter and spent the evening. Mrs. Rose Courtney and Mrs. Annie Dodson, of Ranson, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, St and son Mars hald, Jr on Tuesday eve- ning. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and Mrs. Robert Liuton were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvirtg Gray and son Robbie on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler ac- companied Mr. Lee Sipe to Staun- ton, Va on Wednesday. Mr. S pe took his mother home. She had been spending some time with her son and daugbter-indaw, Mr. and Mrs. Lee SiDe of Charles Town. Mrs. Joseph Ran~li, of Mill- ville, and her mother, Mrs. Na- thaniel Gray of Halltown were in W inchester, Va on Wednesday, Floyd Lee Sirnons spent four Mrs. Ranall,i having an appoint- days with his grandparents, Mr. me t with her doctor. and Mrs. Floyd Simons while his Mrs. Bernazxl Ott was a sttpper mother Mrs. Mary Snyder was in lguest of her sonqn-law and the hospital Mrs. Snyders son daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norman stayed with his uncle Anders and children, Teresa, Jef- and atmt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Snyder in Bolivar. Larri spent hose days with her little friend April Coffman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gray, Berkeley Springs, W. Va and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder spent Sunday after noon with their father Mr. D. S. Graham. Visitors at the hoane of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and family the past week were: Mrs. Edith Jones of MartinSburg, Mrs. Lee Ctine and son of Herndon, Va frey, Scotty and Timothy of Charles Town on Tuesday eve- ning. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and Mrs. Robert Lin~ton spenl Friday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linton and daughter, M,iss Shelby Linton, Charles Town. Mrs. Elmer Wrigt~t, Sr of A1- stadts H.ill was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pope and h~iss Charlotte Pope on Friday evening. Mrs. Martin Grimes and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lewis Sr Win-daughter, Marta, of Charles chester, Va Mrs. Robert W, hit- ~ Town, along with Mrs. David Pen- more and Duke of Kearneysville well and Misses Judy Penwe~l and Mrs. Robert Wiley of Charlesi Town, Mrs. Wanda Ring and dauI NOTICE TO CREDITORS I ghter Denese of Middleway, Mrs. ! Bonnie Ruble and daugl~ter, Julie To the Creditors and Benefici-~ -~nn Miss Ronado Smallwood of aries of the Estate of A. ~IR- Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley GINIA MOCK, Deceased: Zombro of Kearneysville, Mrs. All persons having claims a- Mary Zepp. gainst the Estate of A. VIR- Mr. Paul Zepp is a patient in GINIA MOCK, deceased, whether T! SEE US FOR Li Ti Charles Town, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7021 725-2422 OIL HEATS BEST FOR LESS the 0harles Town Hospital at this, due or not, are notified to exhibit t me. I same, with voucher thereof, Mayor On Sick List I legally verified to the undersign- Sor- to hear our Mayor Tom ' ed at his office in the citizens 1~ - . . my f~r~nn hn~ heon nn ~he ~iek Office Building, Charles Town e i ia - ^r ^ *he list, in the Charles Town Hospital st .v rg n,o u ltnn nay ot August, lb~d~, other lso the Winchester Memorial ' " wise they may, by law be ex- M 's:"Lee Cline and s^n of Hem' cluded from all benefits of said don, and Mrs. Edith Jones estate. A]l beneficaries of said of Martinsburg, was callers on estate may appear on or before Monday afternoon with Mr. and said day to examine said claims Mrs. Kenneth Mills. and otherwise protect their interest. Stork Shower l Given under my hand this 2nd Mrs. Daisy Deavers attended a day of Apr 1, 1968. stork shower on Saturday on Sut- P.T. PORTERFIELD, JR. urday evening at the home of COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS Mrs. Tom Buzzard of Blair. In! JEFFERSON COUNTY honor of Mrs. Earle Acree of Hall i April 4-2-t. ,town. " - C 1 Be s he NOTICE TO CREDITORS orp. Howard yd eSpent/~ weekend with his par nts, r. --L'---" To the Credxtors and Beneflca and Mrs. William IJ~yd and bro- aries of the Estate of PHILIP P. NELSON, Deceased. All persons having claims a- ga, inst ,the Estate of PHILIP P. NEI~ON, deceased, Whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with voucher thereof, legally verified to the undersign- ed at his office in the citizens Office Building, Charles Town West Virginia, on or before the 10th day of August, 1968; other- wise they may, by law be ex- cluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 2nd day of April, 1968. m [] f ya Take advantange of this oppOrtunity to have an International Cub Cadet lawn and garden tractor working at your place, with the added feature of a free International mower. Phone 725.2002 ther Charlie. Howard is with the Marines and stationed near Vir- ginia Beach. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY April 4-2-t. f NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici. aries of the Es te of RAYMOND J. FUNKHOUSER, Deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Raymond J. Funhouser, Deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the vouchers thereof, legall[y verified to the undersign- ed, at his office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 10th chy of August, 1968; other- wise they may, by law, J ex lud- ed from all benefit of S ffd estate. All beneficiaries of s id estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and other- wise protect their interest. Given under my ha, rid this 2nd day of April, 1968. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Aprtt 4-2-t. ,:,: # , , , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1968 . . Abra and Charley Feeney. t canCact your local You 11 discover, as Chousands [ or dealer t( t Read the have, tha sports and the Post-I r Gazette are a perfect Mend. [ l~ake the Post-Gazette your| "good morr ng" reading hahn. I For convenier home deliveryl ferson County. l iss Dorothy Bowers returned o her home on Saturday after spending last week in Charles Town with her brother and sis- ter-indaw, Mr and Mrs. Austin Bowers and son Dwight who has been on the ,sick .list this past week. Mrs. Randolph Cv tes and daughters Toni and Wendy, of Charles Town, spent Saturday af- ,terrroon with her grandmother, Mrs. Nathaniet Gray and aunt, Mrs. Robert Linton. Sunday visitors the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children, Judy Jeanne, Linda, Terry and David, Jr were Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Painter of the Bloomery, Mr. Ned Kimes of Charles Town, Mr. Theodore Penwell of Kearneys, il4e and Mrs. William Longerbeam, Hall- town. Mrs. Henry McKee and daugh- ter, Karla Kay, and son Henry, of McLean, Va were d, inner guests on Sunday of :her paren~ts, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr and son Marshall, Jr. PIRATE ACTION Ne~t week begins the Major League basebail season. The Pitts burgh Pirates ,are ready for aet- ~ion and you can get full details everyday in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Make ~t a habit ~o read baseball by the experts - - A1. put a touch of the Tropics on your lunch table! 4 slices Sunbeam Bread cup (apprexJ mayonnaise 1 can (81/z onJ sliced pineapple, drained 1 can (7 ozS.) cl drained and flaked 1 medium tomato, slice| 4 slices sharp 8 strips bacon, feast Sunbeam (the fresher-tasting bread), on one broiler. Lightly spread untoasted sides with slice of pineapple. Moisten tuna with remaining on.pineapple. Top with one slice each tomato and . strips bacon o~r all and broil 6 inches from heat about4 vntil bacon is crisp and cheese is slightly melted. for freshness sake/ go Sunbeam Bread THE KI Come choose from dozens of colorful gift-packs to delight small eludes one or more toys plus favmSte Easter candies. miracle Mylar witti attractive Easter Greeting. card, We show only a l BAMBOO BASK CHOCKED FULL OF EASTER COLORFULLY WRAPPED YOU GET I LARGE CHOCOLAT~ LARGE CHOCOLATE EGG, EGGS & RABBIT, With JELLY EG~: Out Spacing. Xn foil-wrapped pots SHOP AND COMPARE for high quality plants, big, beautiful blooms, at Newberrys famous low prices. New shipments daily as. sure fresh, long-lasting flowers. $1.25 TO $5.00 MANY OTHERS PRICED FROM 1.39 To PLUSH RABBITS Adorable, or running Colors. REGULAI{L SUPER SIZE 1 -LB. RABBIT ocola Hollow milk cB Candy RibbOn trite" DECORATED FRUIT.NUT Or CHOCoLATI EGG The traditional Full of goodies.