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April 13, 1972

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KABLETOWN IRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Easter Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howell of Rose Farm were Mrs. Howell's rs, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Combs daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Keene children Mr. ttowell's mother Rosie Howell and friend Bill de![; his brothers, Mr. and H, Rchard Howell, their two Lghters, Mr. and Mrs. Leon swell, their daughters, Angle, [': Rufus ttowell, Mr. and Mrs. wid Howell and son, David Jr., ; sister, Mr. and Mrs. James :robert their children Bobby and Sherry all of Manassas, Va. The following were visitors :Easter Sunday and Monday of S' Bessie Newman, Mr. and , James Newman and family 'Summit Point, Mrs. Elizabeth ekson and daughter, Miss Jose- ine Newman and daughter, Mr. d Mrs. Nathan Russ all of Wash on, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. War- a Clark of Shepherdstown, Mr. y Mrs. Richard Taylor and fam Rippon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard l/wman, their families of Char- Town, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robinson and family, Harpers l?erry, Mr. George Newman and daughters of Be rryville, Va. The twenty six grandchildren were pre nt. An egg hunt was held on day resulting in Lisa Robin- s0rG Harpers Ferry being the win ""']rs. Clarence Smallwood receiv ed word Monday of the death on arch 26 of a friend, Miss Edna I Smallwood of Wheaten College, i Illinois. The deceased a native of 5efferson County, was a daugh- ter of the late Mr. Taylor and Carrie Boyer Smallwood of Shen andoah Junction. She was a grad Uate of Charles Town High School a Shepherd College. At the ie of her death she was secre- ry of Wheaten College. Inter- ent was made in Wheaten Ceme torY'. One brother, Mr. Lester Smallwood a retired United Meth odist Minister, Winchester, Va., urvives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atherton have moved from Shepherdstown a dwelling locally known as the cCurdy Mill property owned by 15r. H. B. Langdon. Mrs. Willard White recently spent overnight with her grand daughter, Donna White. Joe Richards of near Rippon spent Tuesday night with Boyd Brown Jr. Both boys are pupils of South Jefferson Elementary School. Mr. and Mrs. James Whitting- ton, Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelly enjoyed a drive through the. valley Sunday, March 26. Later they were supper guests at the Shady Restaurant near Mar tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Brown and family of five children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins of Fairmount Commu- nity Sunday, March 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. White of Berryville, Va. announce the birth of a baby boy weighing 7 lbs. on Mondhy March 27th. The lad has been given the name of Willard Neal and he is the first grandson of Mrs. Willard White to bear the family name. Mrs. C. D. Borer: Sr. of Shannon,and Chuck Adarhs algo a "lit" ily-tyle diflae athiztoric ltiIl-he necessary to change the meet- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARME A' Park was admitted to the Wm-iprogram workshop April 14th at chester Memorial Hospital on17:00 o'clock at the home of Deb- Tuesday, April 4th for a checkup, i bie Myers. Meeting was adjourned John Andrews III of Rockville, and pizzas and punch were served Md. spent his spring vacation by the hostess Dabble. with his grandparents, Gen. and The next meeung will be a Mrs. John N. Andrews of Avon- wood Farm. Dana eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip eden has been on the sick list. Mervin Eugene II is the name given to the nearly seven pound baby boy born Monday, April 3rd to Mr. and Mrs. Mervin E. Rod- erick in the Frederick, Md. hos- pital. The laddie has three sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gaynor, their daughter Anita and son, Dale of Middleway and their son, Danny U. S. A. F. who is home on leave from Massachussets where he is stationed were Sationed were Sat urday night, April 2rid. visitors of Mrs. Gaynor's brother Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Brown. Vandals broke into the former Kabletown School building over the weekend. Entrance is believ- ed to haev been made through the kitchen door as the glass was broken out in it as well as in one of the large kitchen windows fac- ing the road. A sweater and a note were found inside the build ing. Miss Caroline Cloud, student at West Virginia University, Mor- gantown and her brother, David, . of Washington, D. C. were at the home of their parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Stephen Cloud during Eas- ter holidays. SP-4 Alvin and Mrs. Jenkins announce the birth of a 6 lb. 4 oz. son born Thursday April 6 in the Charles Town General Hospi- tal. He has been given the name Allen Lee Jx. The baby's father is stationed in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford, their two children Laura and Stuart of near Baltimore, who are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. HOmer Kees, Gerr- ardstown during the past week were supper guests Thursday night of Mrs. Clarence Small- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell entertained to a combined Easter arid anniversary dinner Sunday April 8. They observed their forty sixth wedding anniversary. Their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Nelsin Penwell and Larry of Middleway were present. On Sunday Mr. Penwell visited his brother, Mr. Elwood Penwell and family of Martinsburg. Our sympathy is extended to Mr. William Kline and to his son and family upon the death of the former's wife, Mrs. Agnes Kline. 4-H ' Club Meets The Blue Ridge Live Wires 4-H Club met at the home of Debbie Myers March 22rid., with twelve members attending. A new mem- ber was welcome to the club Ellen Hilton. The lesson "Nutrit- ion" was presented in form of slides by Miss Shirley Riley. Dam onstrations were given by Church i Adams on feeding cMves and Dab bie Myers on Photography. Games were player on Nutrition and Photography. Other visitors were Mrs. Shirley Howell, Mrs. Paul- ine Milton, son Ronnie and Cindy and Sup Myers. i In April there will be a ceramic I work shop at the home of Martha PAINT SALE'll like the differeace 6.59 gal. Beautiful, scrubbable, stain resistant, non fading.., and easy. You can pay more but you can't buy a finer wall paint. Come pick your colors . . we have them from soft pastels to exciting accents. REG. 7.30 SATINTONE ... the best, from Colony Paints VALLEY HARDWARE CO. i Rad Excumon I,o, HouSe then a walking tour of'ing night to the first and third I .... I historical 'points of interest will iFridays of each month at 7'30 at THURSDAY, APRIL 1.,, 1972 in0 .arpers terry ]o .conducted by the National 'the Iaptist Church, due to pre- - ------------- [ --  [rarK erv]ce gumes. Ivious commitment of the meeting SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT-AD  ,  area for other purposes. - .... I Set For Am1 22 ,, ... I .... , ........ I r'" I rllT Mlllrlll PAl q  I Anyone uesiring o pamicinaesm= coveredmdieensgu?natgewIarblal Railroad enthusiasts will once[ _'7 '''''=*'''m" ,v. "xithe program and the mee.ngsll v o T E F 0 R )wn Church ,pril 26th at 6:30 ]again be offered a chance to ride lifter=Care Prnmm [ Mrs. H. H. Hunter l| I" M t  a ' " "le a  II " 'clock. There will be a guest [an excursion to Harpers Ferry, [ vll. u [oy camng 725-9685 In / n u m a a a [ u x, a eakernRDe;:rde?)nbt: d?g:slha B?tsConee:ldiMailLo; :fiT" We A,eed ATTEND CIIURCH l! ....... . Saturday, April 22.  BOARD OF EIUCAIION I The train will leave the B. & O. | The first meeting of the After- I  A /PII  I i J effer ;on County Primary El, MEMBER [station at Silver Spring, Md., at [Care program being started in I ,=|AIL"3 I I | Charles Town District lA Ill l hi Am / [ 8:30 Saturday morning, April 22, I Jefferson County, which was held rrt I M kY 9 1972 _rt.iul_'l="_____ land after a three-hour stay a/Thursday; April 6, at the Charles rUN I1| otu Vote And " o' r plVl [dinner in Harpers Ferry, return. [Town Baptist Church, was well lgklkllllPtm( !11 " " ' Supp "1: V, fll Be A Association- Founded 1885 i While in. I-Iarpers Ferry the l attended. I Lulrtlar33 III " rau enmusmsts wiu enjoy a am I town Church April 26th at 6:30 o'clock. There will be a guest speaker on Do and Don't of d.rugs. Jefferson County Primary Election Max. 30-l. It was announced that it will DIAL 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. inllllll Less money buys more fashion at Penneys during'Anniversary. Save on men's jeans. Save on ladies' pants. Sale 3e9 Reg. 4.98. Cotton denim flares with western pockets, wide belt loops. Navy, other colors, L8-38. Sale 599 Reg. 8.98. Brushed cotton sateen jeans with flare leg; Military green, elkskin, chocolate, 28 to 38. 15% off Reg. $10 and up. Fo r the girl who lives in pants. Flare-legs, pieced legs, kick pleats, cuffs, you name it. In polyester doubleknits, jacquards, polyester/acrylio blends, cotton suedes, lots more. You r favorite colors irl junior and misses' sizes, This sale does not include ieans'or pants that are part f coordinated outfits. SAVE ON LADLES' BODY SHIRTS 20% OFF Reg. 7.9 Polyester/ cotton fancy jeans in geometrics, herring- bones, twills. Brown, blue, wine, 28-,38. For the sleekest look with pants, add a body shirt. ChOOSe from ribbt.l flylon knit and more. Its of colors for juniorS and misses. REG. 3.50 TO &00 2.80 to 6.40 REDUCED Orig. NOW 4.99 3.99 plain and jacquard textures in assorted fashion colors. 58/60" wide. u i i Special  1147 , Fashion draperies of i rayon acetate give windows a custom look. Tie-backs :i  included. Your choice ' i of decorator colors. !  - 48"x " i Sp il - :  l Polyesterfilledpillows.2Ox26-standardeCial 2 '*r 3.33 size. Cord edge, cotton ticking. Get Iomo [    for every bed in the house. I III i I JCPen, ney The values are here every day. CHARLES TOWN STORE i illll Ill