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w THE ORI61NAL SUMMIT POINT MRS. STUART CRIM ECW Meeting The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs. Page Hinton in Charles Town with six of the members in attendance. in the absence of the president, the meeting was called to order visiting at the home of the lat-!discussion in the afternoon. 1had visiting with them at "East ter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Wallance Snyder I Shenstone" and the weekend the and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and of "West Shenstone" were dinner i latter's brother in law and sister their daughters. On Sunday after guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darwin and noon the Michaels and the Chesh their son-in-law and daughter Mr. their son of Versailles, Ky., also ire family visited with Mr. and and Mrs. John Magaha in Ransom visiting at the Snyder's home on Mrs. William Lockwood and their i Miss Gloria Bradbury of Hill-iSunday evening was Mr. Joseph children at their home in Middle- town, Pa. spent the past weekend way. visiting with Miss Brenda Long Mr. and Mrs. John Bradbury of !at the home of her foster parents Hilltown, Pa. were guests over the Reverend and Mrs. Glen the weekend at the home of the Stevens. Reverend and Mrs. David Wood Honored on Birthday and their daughters, Heather and Master J. D. Davis, son of Mr. by the vice-president, Mrs. Stan- ley Hinton and was opened with Devotions led by Mrs. Harold Hin- ton. At their conclusion the roll was called, the minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- proved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were discussed after which Mrs. Philip Creamer con- ducted a short Bible quiz and read an interesting article on "boredom" which pointed out the lack of inner resources respon- sible for the state of boredom. At the conclusion of the program the meeting was adjourned and a pleasant social hour was enjoy- ed during which delicious refresh ments were served by the hostess Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McDonald and their children, Patty and Michael, were dinner guests on Easter Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald in Rippon. Also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Donald that day were their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and  Mrs. C. F. Wall and children, Susan and Charles of Charles Town and their granddaughters, of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael of Augusta, W. Va. spent Sunday Dawn. W. S. C. S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christ ian Service of the United Metho- dist Church met on Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Miss Mary Ellen Shull in Char les Town with eight members in attendance. Following the call to order by the president, the ven- ing's Devotional program was pre sented by Mrs. Orville DeHaven. At it's conclusion the roll was called, the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of bus- iness were discussed after which the meeting was adjourned. A pleasant social hour followed dur ing which delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assist- ed by her mother, Mrs. Thomas Shull. Attend Convocational Meeting Mrs. Philip Creamer, her daugh ter, Miss Julie Creamer and the Reverend David Wood attended the spring meeting of the Eastern Convocation of the Episcopal Die 1 cese of West Virginia which was I held on Saturday in Bunker Hill, W. Va. The program began with I a Communion service, followed I by a luncheon at noon and grouv l _.L_ Outstanding Values In Downtown Charles Town In step with all your and Mrs. Eddie Davis, celebrated his sixth birthday on April 4th and was honored on the occasion with a party held at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carper. Those present for the occasion were his cousins, Robbie Carper, Tammy Crim and Cindy Shanholtzer. The youngs- J ters spent a very enjoyable after noon during which games were played, an Easter egg hunt was held and the young guest of honor was presented with many attrac- tive gifts. At the close of the afternoon delicious refreshments complete with a elaborately dec- orated birthday cake with six candles, were served by the host- ess. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Welton Hott and their family were the former's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Eug erie Michael of August, W. Va. W. M. S. Meeting The Women's Missionary Soci- ety of the Baptist Church met at the church on Thursday evening with a very good attendance. Fol lowing the call to order and a routine business meeting the eve ning's program entitled "Missions and Expansion of the Church", which was a part of a three month's program on Home Mits- ions, was presented by Mrs. Philip  Drish, and at it's conclusion the meeting was adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman of Leetown were visitors on Sun day at the home of the latter's every citizen of this community parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. be present to discuss whether or Attend Circus A number -f ,or .... ,,,, + not they wish to have a doctor r . u p.?,,,-y,L;; settle in Bolivar or Harpers eareoa nmemars me ou.m Jei- Ferry as there is one interested ru tan UmD, mexr am-in comin her if ..... if" . g e we WiSh mm [o. ms and frmnds, travelled to Mr Mellott Honored Washington, D. C. on Sunday i For Lon, Service afternoon, making the trip by l -. " ............ ivtr. teorge tl enott o umon chartered bus to attend the late oo,  ..... :  . .... f ceived a certifi00te of ret00ement g g -ua um and in recognition for 42 years of Bailey Circus. The group return- ed home late in the evening having made a stop for dinner following the performance. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, Mark and Paul, visited on Wednesday evening of last week with the latter's brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ern? est Webb and their son Parker at their new home in Orchard Hills near Charles Town. asual wear.  r Mrs. Carl Menear returned home last week from ?he Win:  fll chester Memorial Hospital where she had been undergoing tests and treatment for the past week. The Reverend and Mrs. David Wood and their daughters, Hea- and Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Karen and i Doug, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rud- i olph and sons, Mark and Paul and Miss Brenda Long, all of Summit Point. Mr. and rMs. James Burner had as their guests recently their grandchildren, Doris Ann and David Jenkins, children of Mr. and Mrs. David Jenkins of Front Royal, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Burner had Style Shown OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT TILL NINE DON'3' LET AN AMATEUR DO H&R BI.OCK'8 JOB. Block. Thehmmtn00 301 W. WASHIN6TOH Jneome tax aggravation that comes with preparing your own xtnm. Starkey of Summit Point. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR MRS. REID GERONIMO Mr. and Mrs. Byron S. Bartho- omew and children of Spring- field, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Reid Geronimo on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loughry at- tended the funeral of Mr. Lough- ry's brother in West Virginia on Saturday. Mrs. Loughry's mother Mrs. Malvina Snyder and grand daughter Miss Laurie Burns spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Lou- ghry leaving on Saturday to visit other relatives in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson and family of Waldorf, Md. visit- ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay ton Robinson on Sunday. Don't forget the Baby Show on May 27th at the Harpers Ferry High School. For information for entry of children between ages 1 through 5 years call 535-6984 or 535-6528. The W. S. C. S. of Bolivar Uni- ted Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Clayton Robinson on Monday night with 23 in at- tendance. It was a most interest- ing and inspiring meeting with delicious refreshments after- wards. The next meeting will be held at the Church on May 1st. as a Mother and Daughter covered dish dinner. Meeting April 20th. Watch for the notices for the Community-wide meeting to be held at the Harpers Ferry High School on Thursday, April 20th, at 7:30 p. m. It is important that H & R Block's charges start at $5 and the average cost was under t12.50 for over 7 million returns we repared last year. ASMavalion im't tax deductible. And we aze. I I1 I lJ l l l : I ll I I[ l II IIl 9 A. M. - 9 P. M. WEEKDAYS 9 A. M. - 5 P, M. SATURDAYS PHONE 72,%8081 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY OPEN TONI61 faithful service from the Chesa- peake and Ohio Railway and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Mr. Mellott is married to the former Bessie Tattersall, and they are the parents of five children - Mrs. Paul (Thelma) Courtney, Mrs. Elio (Hazel) Veceilio, Mrs. Paul (Hilda) Staubs, "Mrs. Donald (Mary) Painter, all of Harpers Ferry, and Mr. Charles F. Mell- ott of Leetown, nine grandchild- iXu. two great grandchildren. *On April 15, 1972, Mr.and Mrs. Mellott will be celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary. We wish them all the best in their future years. ther Anne and Dawn, had as their .:..:..:..:..:..........:......:..:.:. guests on Saturday evening, in i addition to their house guests, Mr. M A N N I N G and Mrs. John Bradbury and I MRS. PAULINE OTI' tehir daughter Gloria of Hilltown : ': :":":'   '".'=  :'': Pa., the Reverend and Mrs. Glen! Easter Sunday dinner guests of Stevens and sons, Mark, Richie Mr" and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughters and sons at Bakerton were Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and daughters, and sons, LOr ing Viands, Mrs. Nellie eden and son, Mrs. Pauline Ott and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel eden and daughters and sons and Miss Peg gy Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and daughters SheUa and Becky of  Bardane were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mill- ard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ott, Jr. and daughter Chris, were Thurs- day night visitors of her parents at Springfield, Va. Mr. Charles Wilt of the Bloom- ery was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and dau- ghter, Dianne. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and dau- ghter, Misty and son Jimmy of Jefferson Village were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dillow of Millville were Sunday visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Dillow. Mrs. Eleanor Wiley is a medical patient at the Winchester Mem- orial Hospital in Winchester, Va. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughters, Donna and Gale Ann of Bakerton were Monday even- ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dore Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy eden and children and niece Lisa eden were Saturday evening .visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Butch Taulton and family at Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughters of Bakerton were Men day evening callers of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family and Mrs. Philip eden and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and son Gary Wayne were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murrill Hahn at Brownsville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter Shelley Sue of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Wil mer Bell and daughter Kimmie, and sons, Mike, Carlin and Richie Mr. and Mrs. Philip eden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Haller of Boonsboro, Md. were Sunday visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and sons. SUBSCRIBE TO  8PlI Rans0n 4-H Club Has CHESTNUT HILL MRS. DONNA PIPER Hymn Sing At Hospital Past Events: Members of the Ranson 4-H Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Jenk% Club went to the Charles Town ins and daughter were dinner "Gneral Hospital on April 1 and guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. preented a hymn sing of religi- Marvin Jackson and family. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Piper and daughter were visitors Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Reggi, were visitors last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Reggi of Stanford W. Va. While there the Reggi's false visited Mrs. Lide Clemens and Mrs. Maria Ingram both of Stanford, W. Va. Rev. and Mrs. Emery McGraw !and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Col in McGraw and family of New Carrollton, Md. Sunday. Miscellaneous Rev. and Mrs. Emery McGraw's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frandel Mc Graw is presently a patient at the Arlington, Va. Hospital. Miss Nedra McGraw and Miss Brenda Jenkins attended a baby shower held Tuesday by Mrs. Betty Penwell for Mrs. aBrbara Penwell. The Chestnut Hill United Met hodist Church holds a Bible Class every Thursday night at 7:00. Everyone is welcomed to join. Past Events: Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pearl and family last Tuesday was Mr. and Mrs. James Haris of Nearsville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jackson and daughters were visitors Satur day with Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sut- phin of Manassas Park, Va. ..:..:..:..:..:...-..:..:..:..:..:. RANSON MRS. FLOYD SIMONS Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson visited his family in Cincinnati, Ohio, they left on Thursday eve- ning and returned on Easter Sun- day. Mrs. Virgil Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hoffmaster and fam ily of Frederick, Md. were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Dol lie Peer. Mr. Floyd Simons and son Rob- ert were callers of Mr. and Mrs. James Mason, Shenandoah Junct- ion Thursday evening. Mrs. Avis Grim called on her sister, Mrs. Floyd Simons Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. John Smucker of Flint, Michigan have been visiting her mother Mrs. Philip Dawson. Mrs. Effie Sager has been on the sick list with the flu. We wish her a very speedy recovery. MILLVILLE MISS DOROTHY LAKE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glenn Longerbeam and daughter of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Granville Longerbeam and son Brian were Sunday evening gue- sts of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longer- beam. Miss Maida Ryman of Ranson was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Mr. Edward Ryman and dau- ghter Miss Junita Ryman. Mrs. Jay Lilla was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla. Mrs. James Lilla and son Vince were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Hough of Bakerton. Miss Dawn and Kim Turner of Woodlawn Trailer Court spent Saturday night with their grand mother, Mrs. T. W. Dillow. Mrs. Kenneth Turner and child ren of Woodlawn Trailer Court and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow and children of Rockville Md. were Sunday guests of Mrs. T. W. Dfl- low. Mrs. Katherine Johnson and Mr. Gilbert Keesecker motored to Virginia on Sunday. Miss Dot Lake spent Saturday evening in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dodson and children were Monday evening visitors of Mrs. Thomas Dillow. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 for the 1971-72 school year by the chester Presbytery, North Central Association of Col ginia, Presbyterian leges and Secondary Schools. This will be held ThursdaY, action was taken at the annual in St. Andrews ChUrCh, business meeting of the AsSociat- port, Maryland. ous and Easter songs for the hos- ion in Chicago, March 22, 1972. t The coffee hour and pital patients. The school was evaluated in ion will begin at 9 The 4-Hers also presented each all areas from written reports John R. Blue, patient with an Easter basket submitted to the Association. The dent, of Romney, filled with goodies, only recommendation made by Rev. Paul Echols, Members who participated in the Association was in the area of Grace Presbyterian the program were: Aleene Foote, guidance, where it was determin- Springfield, Virginia leader, Gogi Davis, Teresa Ruther ed that Charles Town High inspirational ford, Tammy Curry, Dora Bush, i Schools needs more guidance per tatives from 61 Juliea Rutherford, Andy Hosby, sonnel as determined by the size pected to attend. Roberta Hosby, Vincent Hosby, of the enrollment. Mrs. James Sampselle,' Kevin Curt and Carl Cooper. dical President from 00OSPEL SER00CES 00esu0000e.a00 mee.ng News will install The regular services for Trinity [ Winchester April 20 Gospel Church in Ranson are as ATTEND follows:  The 65 annual meeting of the Sunday Morning Worship at Women of the Church in Win- CHECK M CLASSIFIEDS Political Announcements For Sheriff Your Support Is Needed for my nomination for Sheriff of Jefferson County, subject to the will and wishes of the voters of the May 9 Demo- cratic Primary, Thank You. ROGER E. (lgu) CLIPP Feb. 17.May 4 (Pd. PoL Adv.) FOR CONSTABLE I will appreciate your vote and support For Constable in the Charles Town District at the May 9 Democratic Primary I Thank You. TOM L. SPINKS Mar. 16-Pd. PoL Adv.) 9:30; Sunday School at 10:30 a. m. Thursday, Junior Choir practice at 7:00 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. there is Prayer and Bible Study and Junior Church. All services are held in the lower level of the Youth Center. The Reverend Robert I. Helm is minister and everyone is wel- comed to attend. Charles Town Iffgh 6iven Approval Of North Central Assn. Word has been received by Jackson L. Flanigan, principal of Charles Town High School, that the school has been placed on the list of secondary schools approved VOTE FOR CHARLES J. W. SMI00I (DEMOCRATIC CANDIDA'I$) -- FOR --- County Commissioner Chr.z-les Town District J Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreci" AT THE MAY 9 PRIMARY Mar. - NOW READY FOR YOU AT- MERCHANT. NOLAND CHEV. OLDS, Route 340 Ead, Harpers Ferry Pike-Charles Town, West Trade In Your Troubles On A6ood Used Car '70 Impala Sport Coupe, V-8, A. T., P. S., P. B. Beige '69 Oldsmobile 98 Luxury Sedan, V-8, A. T., P. S., P. B., A. C. '69 Chevelh SS 396, 4-Speed Green '69 Chevelle Sport Coupe, V-8, A. T., P. S., P. B., A. C. Brown '69 Chev. Caprice Sport Coupe, V-8, A. T., P. S., P. B. Yellow '69 Plymouth Road Runner, Sport Coupe, V-8, A. T., P. S., P. 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