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April 11, 1968

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"ii 'III III I ~ 'l~lll' I I I II [ III II I I'II HIllI I III I I II II II fl CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEY AND OUR TRUST DEPARTMENT YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHATSOEVER CSanking I Pleasure NO SERVICE CHARGE- NO MINIMUM BALANCE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 I II I I I I SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim --Phone 725-7777 Episcopal Churchwomen Meet The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy SpirR met on Tuesday afternoon of last week at the home of Miss Frances Caleman with nine members and the Reverend William Brook in atter~dance. One new member, ,Mrs. Harold H.inton, was wel- comed into the group. Tim meet- ing was opened with Devotions led by Mrs~ Wil4iam Brook who read an inspirational entitled "The Seven Words From the Cross" by the Reverend Roger Tyler. Following the Devotions the roll was cat, led, the minutes of the last mee ing were read and ap- proved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were transacted and the annual report was comph~ted, af- ter which the Reverend Mr. Brook presen,ted a very interest- ing program. Beginrfing with a ~etter from the Central House of Deaconesses, he went on to ex- plain the history and the work of the Deaconesses in the Episcopal Church, and answered questions in this regard. Follv~ing ad- journment a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which deli- cious refreshznents were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Jack I~inchetoe and children, John and Sharon, of Bowie, Md spent Sunday ~isit- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R(~bert Light aand children, Bob- by and Linda. Mr. Allen Glassford was a re- ment visi(ors at the home of his brother-in-law, the Reverend Clarence Menear and his family, in Tunnelton. Miss Barbara Hall, who is a s~u- dent at Aznerican University in Washington, D. C is spending Truly "the easy paints," these fine Davis interior finishes are lYours at reduced prices for a imitad time. Each comes in hundreds of colors. Each is easy to use, easy to live with, and The Easy Paint For Walls! Gives the most beautiful flat fin. ish you've ever seen quickly, easily, inexpensively. Covers like a dream with roller or orush. Hun- dreds of colors, S~LIt Reg, all at this low sale price. 5.79 6.75 gal. gal. The FJsy Paint for Weodwor A superb enamel that dries in minutes to a lovely satin sheen. Gives you all the ease of latex paint, plus the toughness of fine enamel, its hundreds of colors match Satin- Reg. Tone LatexWall 2.29 2.70 Paint. qt. qt. Phone 725-5113 -- Charles Town, W. Va. m,~ ms mw~m.m.~m.m Ill l l I I I the Easter vacation viefi4Jng a,t the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Anthony Hankey. Master Todd Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Robinson of Winchester, Va visited last week with Mr. and rMs. Ernest Ru- dol:ph and sons, Mark and Paul, returning to his home on Friday. On Saturday eveuing Mr. and Mrs. Ru~lolph had as their dinner guests the laVter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb aand-Son Parker, of Tako- ma Park, Md. W.S.C.S. Meeting The Women's Society of Chris- tian Sex, ice of the Methodist Clmr~ met on Wednesday eve- -~ing of last week ~t the home of Mrs. Robert Chri, sman in Leetown with seven members aand several guests in attendance. The Devo- tions and the evening's lesson, which were based on the Easter theme, were presertted by Miss ~ary FAlen Shull. A routine busi- ness meeting followed their con- clusion a~ter which the meeting was edjourned and a pleasaat so, cial hour was enjoyed during which delicious refreshmen~t~ were served by the hostess. Visitors on Sunday a~ternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johr. Henry were the la~ter's mother Mrs. J. W. Drish and her broth- er-indaw and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barron and daugh. ter Tana and Mrs. Robert Liske~ and children, Roma and Bobby, all of C~harles Town. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Henry ~Irs. Drish and Mrs. Liskey too- Cored to CatonsviLle, Md where they were visitors at the home of Mrs. Drish's brother-in4aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Georg( Tharle. Mr. Raymond Menear of Ber- lin, N. J spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting at thte home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen C, lassford and their family. Upon his return, home he was accompanied by his pareats, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Me- near, who plan to visit for a time wi~h Mr. Menear and his family. Good Friday Service The congregations of t,ne Meth- odist and F~iscopal Churches will join for a commtmRy servdce at the ~Methodist Church from 1 un- til 2 o'clock on Friday a~ternoon, The service w4~l be conducted by the Reverend William V. Brook, Jr wRh the Reverend Lynn But- torff bringing the Easter mes- sage. The commundty is cordial- ly invRed to join in this service. Mrs. Howard She~b~id~e and daughter Michel.le :of Charles Town visRed on Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins and on Sunday tlpeix daughter, Mrs. 3ake Frye and her c~,ldren, Kenny and Pamela, also of Charles Town were visitors ~t the Jenkins -home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Mc- Donald and family of Harpers Ferry were visitors on Sunday at~ tt e home of former' brother, I pre ent were Mrs. Jerry Bane ~r. Earl McDonald. land daughters, Lori and Loretta, L ttie Miss Linda Light had tMrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, ~Mark and Paul an(!~ Master Todd the misfortune to fail while skat-[Robinson of Winchester, Va. ing at the Roller Rink near Ber- IW.M.S" Meets ryville, Va on Thursday evening[ The Women's Missionary Sect- and suffered a broken left arm lety of the Baptist Church met ,in the mishap. At the time of the accident it was thought that ,tim arm had not been broken; however, X-rays taken on Friday morning showed a break about two inches above the wrist and the arn~ was put in a cast. Mr. Donal Kremer of Washing- ton, D. C was a guest over the weekend at the home of his br~ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ~arshall Jenkins and their son David, visiting also his niece, Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and her f~ly. Also visiting at the Jen- kins home on Sunday were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and son, Parker, of Takoma Park, Md. Accepts Position As Curator Mrs. Anthony Hankey has ac- cepted the position as Curator of the museum at the Charles Town Civic Center, er~tering upon her duties there on April 1. Mr. aml Mrs. Norman Michael of Augusla, W. Va here to at- tend the wedding of the latter's granddaughter, Mrs. Deborah Cheshire Pierce and Mr. William E. Lockwood which was solem- nized at the Baptist Church at High Noon on Saturday, were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Hott and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Small- wood of Alexandria, Va were overnight guests on Saturday at the home of the la4ter's sister, Mrs. Luther Naylor. Mrs. Nay- lor has accepted employment at the,~ Ba~fletown Inn in Berryville, Va entering upon her d~ies there last week. Mrs. Claude Payne entertained ~two of the mem,bers of her Ca- frusta Club and their families at her home on Thursday afternoon for an afternoon of cards Those with Mrs. 0wen Swisher and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher on Thur~ay eve- ning with seven members and one guest in attendance. Mrs. Paul tIamrick opened the meeting with Devotions andpresented the evening's lesson "Requirements for the Missionary Vacation," leading the panel discussion which followed. A routine busi- ness meeting was held at the con- clusion of the program after which the meeting was adjourned and a social hour was enjoyed during w, hich delicious refresh- ments were served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Grady J. Owens and their small daughter, Tracey Lynn, of Alexandria, Va were visitors over the weekend at the home of the former s parems, Mr. and Mrs. Grady D. Owens. Mrs. Bonn W. Crim and Mrs. Vl, ifford Rowland had visitingl them on Sunday evening the for- mers son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Balthnore, Md were over- night guests on Saturday at the home of the latler's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. Easter Cantata An Easter SanC~ta en~.tled "The Easter Song" witl be pre- sented at the Memorial Methodist Church in Summit Point at 2 o clock on Sunday afternoon, Ap- pil 21. This cantata will be pre- sented by the combined choirs of the Jefferson Circu~it and the pt~blic is cordially in~Red to a~tend. BF WISE ADVERTISE sPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR.MEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1968 Mrs. Mary B. Furr heifers, 18.00 to 19.75; good bulls, ~;:".~::Y-~:;~!::~;i~:~-4~:~':~:~@~::'~1 ~ 23.50 to 24.50; plain to medium The Leetown Home Demon- btflls, 20.00 to 23.00; commercial stration Club WiLl meet Wednes- cows, 18.75 to 20.00; utility cows, day afternoon, April 17, at the 17.00 to 18.50; canners and cut- home of Mrs. George Tabb at ters, 16.75 down; cows by the 1:30. head, up to 225.00; Mocker and We will not have preaching feeder steers, 23.00 to 30.00; service April 14 at the Methodist stock and feeder heifers, 20.00 to Church; Sunday School at 9:30. 24.00. CJz'cait Holy Communion in di-Oboice ~o prime calves, 44.00 to vine worsh~p a~ the Summit Point good butcher calves, 40.00 Church of the Charge, beginning to 43.75; medimn butcher calves, a~ 11 a.m. Mrs. Arnold Croulding will en- tertain the Hatchery Bridge Club 20.00 to 2~2.00; plain to medium 34.00 to 39.75; thin down; ,heavy calves, Good to choice 32.50; medium 28.00; butcher ewes, Good butcher 19.90; medium bt~teher to 19.25; heavy 17.50 to 18.50; butcher to 17.00; butcher 17 shoats per pigs per head, up to 15.00 down. at her home Wednesday night. Mr. Howard Sagle is a patient SPRING TRAIIlINI; in the Charles Town Hosl~ital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W, isen,berg and family of Jefferson, Md vis- ~ited Sunday with the farmer's parer~ts, Mr. and Mrs. Tom W.iseberg. Mrs. Eddie Blossom of Rock- ingham, N. C is spending some time with Mrs. F. P. Owens, Sr. Mr. Clyde Grubbs, of Shep- Be;ng on independent |nsurance oger~t is like herdstown was a caller Sunday at- in spring training twelve months of the year. ternoon of his sister, Mrs. Mary motto like "P.S."--Personol Service keeps us Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Lyre ning just a little bit harder than the next guy, Furr and I~Am, of Charles Town, it's worth it to keep our business and your were also czlle~ in ,tile even,ing.- in ~ shape. We'll be seeing you. Quotations of the ~lue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town W. Va Monday, April 8, 1968. Receipts of all classes moder- ate, wi~h a,good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was prime veal top, 48.00. 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