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RELIGIOUS C]F.2~SUS Date Taken ~ Of Worker Family Name Home Ad4resm~ Phone *Dat. of ]Tint ! Birth,, ~ $, (~m~h ~1 !~ Chur~ e~ whO's 'px, if~T - Father ............................ Mo er '' ............. ...... ....... ........ Children ...... , . i ~ ~ , ,~ iiii i i ill i j. ii i u i i i ill i ill ii i i i i ill i .... ! !j ii i ,~, I i i Others living in home ' ' . i ii of l Irs, Nelhe Oden on Fri4ay even ing. Mr., and Mrs. Theodore Ott were recent shoppers at Win- chester, Va Mrs. Nellie Oden, Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mrs. Linda Ott were shoppers at Martinsburg on Sat- urday. Mr. Sammy Oden and daughters Tammy and Sherry, of the Bloom- ery, were Saturday evening call- ers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. Lester Ott was a Friday evening caller of Mrs. Elda Barr and sons, Timmy and Johnny, at the Bloomery. Roger Tarman is a medical pa- tient at the Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rice and son, Gone, were Saturday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Up- right and daughter, Karen, and son, Scott at Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and ,daughter, of Charles Town, were Easter Sunday visitors of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mrs. Elda Barr and son, Tim- my, of the Bloomery, were Friday eveaing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Me. *Wrtt~ ~ o~t place wlm]m ~ is IN]d, gaha, of near Charles Town, Mr. Members of the churches in The visitors will meet at the bars of local congregations, chu. and Mrs. Johnny Brackett and Charles Town and Ranson will be Jefferson. County Civic Center at rch members who are residents sons, of the Bloomery, Mrs. Philip using the card shown alove to re- ~ 2:00 p. m. for a brief training bug who hold membership in chu Oden and daughters, Lisa and cord information for a religious session. Teams of two will then rches at some distance, and per- Marsha, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell census Sunday, April 17. Resi- go to t~eir assigned area and sons whQ are not members of any and family and Mr. and Mrg. begin the census. The information church The census is being spon- Philip Wiley and family and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter, dents who will not be at home on which is to be brought back the sored by the South Jefferson Cou Dianne. Sunday afternoon are asked to same afternoon will-be turned nty Ministerial Association. The Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Linton please fill in the information on over to the participating churches cooperation of residents in pro- and family, of Martinsburg, were the newspaper form and place The purpose of the census is to riding this information will be recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. this on the front door. identify and locate church mere- very much appreciated. Kenneth Wilt and daughter, ..... ,with a tupper ware party on lCotta, of Ranson, Mrs. Edwin ~lm~B~~0~~~}Thursday morl~ing at her ~e ,Clevenger, Mary Lane Costello, ! here with MrS. Mary Baker, of [ Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Elmer !=hgerstown, Md., as demonstra- [ Wright, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Mrs. Mrs. BerBard Ott tor. Those attending were Mrs. Aito~ Muse, all of Halltown. The ~~~~ Tony Chicchirichi, Mrs. Martin :hostess served refreshments and Grimes and son, Jimmy, Mrs. Joe a good time was had by all. Tapper Ware Party Milton and Mrs. Pat Ilillon, all of Mrs. Bernard Ott visited her Mrs. David Penwell entertained near Charles Town, Mrs. Michael datLgh.ter, Mrs. Kenneth Anders, and grandson, Timothy, of Ran- son, on Thursday afternoon. Dianne. Mr. and Mrs Walter Kuhn, of Duffields, spent Saturday night and Easter Sunday with the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mrs. Barbara Wiltshire and son, of MillviUe, were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tumblin. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Gray, of Berkeley Springs, spent the week- end with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley. Visitors of Mrs. Nathanie] Gray and Miss Jennifer Gray on Thurs- Mr. Sammy Galen and daugh- day were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moler, Mr. ad Mrs. Joseph Ra- ters, Tommy, Sherry and Kathy, nalli and children, Marila, Vivian, of the Bloomery, were callers of and Joey, of Millville, Mrs. Harry his n%other, Mrs. Nellie OdoR, on Dinges and sons, Ricky and Son- E~ter Sunday. ny, of Charles Town, Mrs. Irving Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson Gray and son, Robbie, of R~son, and family, of Maryland, were Mrs. Ramon Gray, of Shepherds- Easter Sunday visitors of Mr. and town and Mr. Robert Linto~ of Mrs. Millard Ott. Charies Town. Mr. and Mrs. Riy Pulse and 18 Of Them --- O We are anxious for you to know our fine Jefferson County correspondents, eighteen of them, who cover every nook correspondents of any weekly newspaper in West Virginia and we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: Mr. Lester Moler was a reccvgt family, of Middleway, were Eas- dinner guest of his brother-in- ter Sunday visitors of the letter's law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rog- mother, Mrs. Mary Cline. corner of Jefferson County e ery week in the year, looking er Milbourne, of Charles Town. for news happenings to be published in this newapaper. Mr. arid Mrs. Irving Brown and ' son, John, of Princeton, Indiana, This newspaper features the largest number of county were Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, of near Halltown. The Browns had been visiting their son-in-law and, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, MRS. G. E. WEBB Harpers Ferry-Bolivar - Phone 535-6569 MRS. STUART CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725-77 7 Wright in Norfolk, Va., and were en route home. Mrs Harry Dinges and sons, Ricky and Sonny, of Charles Town, visited her mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and sister, Miss Jennifer Gray, Friday afternoon. The teachers of the Primary Clas~es of the Halltown Sunday School entertained their pupils with a~ ~ster egg hunt on Satur- davy afternoon. Quite a large crowd attended and a good time w~s.-had by all, despite the rain. Mr.. and Mrs. Granville Wright, of N b!k, Va., spent the week- enc with Mr. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, of neax I~lltp*wn, and on Saturday evepcing they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler, of Bexryville, Va. Mr. and Mxs. Bruce Lanning and two children of HopeweU, Va., spent the Easter holidays with Mrs. Lanning's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pope, and sis- tdi,, Miss Charlotte Pope. Mxs. Mary Gray, of near Charles Town, was united with the H a 11 t o w n Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at the 9:30 worship service. Also the infant daughter of Mrs. Gray was baptized at that time. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Na. thaniel Gray and Miss Jennifer Gray, on Easter Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton, Mr. and Mrs. F_~d~ Moler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry DiRges and sons, Ricky and Sonny, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs, Gray son, abbb'ml 0f Rans6n: had Mrs. Toseph Ranal!i and children., Mar- ~la, Vivian, and Joey, of Mill- ville, and Davie PenweU, of Hall- town. Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- well were visitors Sagarday eve- ~ing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders md children, Terry, Jeffrey, Scott and Timotmy, of Ranson, were Eater Sunday dinner guests of rs. Anders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. Gary Kable and daughter, Stephanie and Mr. and Dinges and l Mrs. Har sons, Ricky and~ ~onny, all of Charles Town, sI t Sunday afternoon with ~:i~i~ ]~rs. David Penwell ' Iiss Bowers will enter the Witic e Memorial Hospi- tal on Monday for X-rays and treatment. We wish her the best of luck. Mrs. Pauline Ott MISS LILLIAN MYERS Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 MRS. JULIA VIANDS Mechanicstown - Dial 725-2596 MISS MARGA HOUSER Bakerton MRS. ETHEL BUZZARD Silver Grove - Dial 725-2240 MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Kabletown - Dial 725-5707 MRS. GEORGIA PEARL Chestnut Hill - RFD, Harpers Ferry Q~aotations of the Blue Ridge W. V&, Mon~lay, April ii, 1966. Receipts of all classes moder- ate, with a good demand for all butcher classes, Prime calves top, 43.00, fea- tured the sale. Choice butcher steers, none; good "butcher steers, 24.50 to 27.00; plain to medium steers, 21.00 to 24.00; choice butcher heif- ers, 24.50 to 25.50; good butcher heifers, 23.00 to 24.00; plain to medium heifers, 19.00 to 22.75; good bulls, 22.50 to 23.50; plain to medium bulls, 19.00 to 22.00; com- mercial cows, 19.50 to 20.75; util- ity cows, 18.00 to 19.00; canners and cutters, 17.75 down; cows by the head, up to 225.00; stocker and feeder steers, 24.00 to 30.00; stock heifers, 22.00 to 26.00. Choice to prime calves, 39.00 to 43.00; good butcher calves, 3500 to 38.75; medium butcher calves, 29.00 to 34.75; thin calves, 28.75 down; heavy calves, 22.00 to 30.00. Lambs, prime spring, 32.60; butcher ewes, 8.00 to 12.00; stock ewes per head. none. Good butcher hogs, 24.00 to 24,35; medium butcher hogs, 23.00 to 23.75; heavy butcher hogs, 21.0~ to 22.75; butcher sows, 17.50 to 19.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 23.00 to 24.50; shoa ,per hundred, 31.00 d , va; pigs, t~e'r head, 25.00 down; boars, up to 118.00; sows and pigs, none. Misc~lan~ous Sales Start II:00 A~M.--L(vestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Each Mouday By Kani, ,Lane, Mgr. Charles Waslfing oa Theatre "MARRIAGE ON ROCKS" Showing Thur. - Fri,. Sat., April 14.15 - 16 This ~olorful comedy aims it- .self the "gr ss is greewer' de- iort experienced lovg-wed- cted spouses. Deborah Kerr, as the slightly bored w~fe of a \busy ad man, finds her husband s of 20 ye~a back stiil attractiv~.~-= untB she ends up marriod to hi . Frank Sinatra, as the busy exeb. who lets his best friend pick out $ MISS DOROTHY LAKE gifts for his wife, finds the bache- lor life a little different when he finds himself in Dean Martin s shoes. Mm ltV MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY Middleway - Dial 725-7669 MRS. ELSIE HAMSTEAD Keameysvflle- Dial 87 -$1132 MRS. MARY B. FURR Leetown - Dial 725-5969 MRS. PAULINE Mannings - Dial 725.2750 PAR " Showing Sun. - Mon. Tues., April 17-18.19 Ott and sons, of Joe Pasternak. provides a lush Ra'ndallstown, Md:, Were Cillers production and some outsanding MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Rippon - Dial 725-9098 MRS. FLOYD StMONS Dial 725-7875 MRS. BEP qARD OTT Halltown - Dial 725-7477 'BUCKY' MORROW Shetflwrdstown - Dial 876-2066 WAYLNE WELTY ENGLE -- TELEPHONE 725-7460 .fashions for the la es ta ool over. Ann-Margret, whose out- standing physical attributes fill the demands of her role admir- ably, keeps things moving via some spirited musical numbers. Helen Rose fashions guaranteed to keep the attention of the la- dies. Gentlemen can study the topography of Ann-Margret so in a sense there is something here for all audiences, Xa.,Hmburg k, Wor 's Club To Present Junior King, Queen Contest Members of the Martinsburg Junior Woman's Club are busy planning for their annual Eastern Panhandle Junior King and Queen contest to be staged in Martinsburg High School auditor- ium, Saturday, May 7, at 7 p. m. Parents of Berkeley Jefferson and Morgan counties are invited to enter children between the ages of two through five in the contest. Deadline for entries has SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 been set at April 23. The entry fee has been set at $1 per child and anyone interest- ed should contact Mrs. John Sam- ido, Jr., 1412 New York Avenue, Martinsburg. Persons entering a child should also send along a 5 by 7 or 8 by 10 glossy picture of the child to be used forpub- licity purposes. 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