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Mrs. Stuart Crim Epi.~opal Churchwomen Meet The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Italy Spirit met on Tuesday evening of last week the home of Mis Franeeg Cole, man with eight members in at- tendance. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Philip Creamer and was opened with Devotions led by Mrs. Stuart Crim. At their conclusion the roll was called, the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report, was made by the treasurer. The evening's a,, , ,, DODGE MONACO. THE ONE EVERYBODY'S WATCHING. MONACO IS THE" STYLE LEADER OF THE DODGE REBELLION,., THE HIGH PERFORM- .....CAR THAT .................. ' ALSO HAS ALL THE LUXURY TOUCHES'el DO YOU HAVE 1'O BE A RAJAH TO BUY IT. NIX. THE DODGE BOYS SELL IT, SO YOU KNOW IT'S PRICED AS LOW AS CAN BE. ALSO, THE DODGE BOYS WILL GIVE YOU A HIGHER TRADE-iN ON YOUR OLD CAR. THIS MIGHT BE THE TIME YOU STEP UP IN STYLE WITHOUT UPPING YOUR CAR PAYMENTS. COME IN TO THE WINNER'S CIRCLE WITH THE DODGE BOYS. Y East Washington Street CharlesTown, W. Va. .... To The .... - TE Please Enter My Subscription .... To The-.,. N~me .. . ......... , . l e o o. a m . . e e a ~ . Q . m e . ... e e Address ...................................... USE THIS COUPON AND JUST SEND $5.00 PLUS 15 CENTS TAX IN WEST VIRGINIA presented by Mrs. Creamer and was followed by a brief business meeting during which several items of business were discussed, plans were made for a bake sate to be held at the Western Auto dealing with prayer, lhe home of their zon.in.law and hopin*, he will . oon be hack home ; Mr. and Mrs. Thurrnan ShiHey, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whittington and children, Pare- Store in Charles Town on May 7 and a letter from the Reverend and Mrs. William Kieldsing was read. The meeting was conclud- ed with the reading of several poems pertaining to the Easter season and a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which deli- cious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. Stuart Yarbro returned to his home on Thursday from the Charles Town General Hospital where he had been under treat- i ment for the past month for in- i juries received in an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harclerode, of Hagerstown, Md., spent the Saster weekend visiting with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- exander Dunlop at "The Spruces." Mr. and Mrs. Jorn Laycock and family had as their dinner guests on Easter Sunday the latter s par. I ents, Mr. and Mrs Orlan Johnson, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. aand Mrs. Jerry Beydler and children, Debby, Mitzi and Tony, all of Berryville, Va. Miss Deborah Cheshire re- turned home on Tuesday morn. ing from Shepherdsville, Ky., where she ha dspent the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller. Master James C. Glassford, Jr., of Falls Church, Va., who was painfully burned while burning trash on Monday of last week at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. S. C. Glassford, has been un- dergoing treatment for his burns in the Charles Town General Hos- pital. His parents, Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. James C. Glass- ford, Sr., and daughters, Genia and Debby, visited him on Satur- day with the former's mother, Mrs S. C. Glassford and on Tues- day morning his mother returned to take him home following his dismissal from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pannell, of Portsmouth, Va., spent the hol- iday weekend visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Furness and their small daughter, Anne Marie, of Rochester, N. Y., ar- rived here on Friday to spend this week visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt and brother, Mr. Rich- ard Schmidt. Miss Wallis Anne Snyder re- turned home from Shepherd Col- lege on Wednesday of last week to spend the Easter vacation vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder at "West Shah- stone." Little Miss Trina Propps spent the holiday weekend visiting at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton, who had as their dinner guests on Easter Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and their younger children, C. R. and Tracey, of Charles Town. Mrs. John E. Davis, Jr., and her infant son have returned home from the Charles Town General Hospital where the baby was born on April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and small son, Parker, of Takoma Park, Md., spent the Easter week- end visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. John Welty and children, Johnny, Mike and Con. nie, of Waynesboro, Pa., were din- ner guests on Sunday at the home of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda. W.M.S. Meets The Women's Missionary Soci- ety of the Baptist Church met on Thursday evening of last week at the home of Mesdames Owen and Lloyd Swisher and was attended by seventeen members and guests. The meeting was opened with Devotions led by Miss Meta Frazizer and at conclusion of the business session which followed, the evening's program, which was based on the new mission fields opened up by the church in re- cent years, was presented by Mrs. ,wen Swiwsher. Following the program the meeting was ad- journed and a pleasant hour of fellowship was enjoyed during which delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael spent Monday of last week visit- iv/g at the home of the latter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire, and on Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cheshire, and their children, ohnny and Patricia, were dinner guests at the Michael home in Augusta. Mrs. Jake Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins and visiting them on Monday was their daughter, Mrs. Howard Shewbridge and her small daugh. ter, Michelle, also of Charles Town. Mrs. Wilton Henry and three sons, Dwayne, Gary and Brian, of Hialeah. Fla., arrived at Friend- ship Airport near Baltimore, Md., on Thursday morning to spend the Easter holidays visiting her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, the former of whom met the family at the airport, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, George French and their family at their home in Point of Rocks, Md. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Henry were dinner guests at ela, Daryl and Kathy Sue, in Halltown. Upon their return homethey were accompanied by little Miss Pamela Whittington who visited her grandparents overnight. Mr. Henry Whirley returned home the latter part of the week from the Winchester Memorial IIospital where he had been un- dergoing treatment for injuries sustained in an automobile mis- hap on Monday evening of last week. Richard Childs, who is a stu- dent at Potomac State College in Keyser, spent the Easter holidays visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and children, Miss Ann Wynn Child and John and Harry Laycock. again, having received his discharge Quite a number attended the from the Service. Sunrise service on Sunday morn-! Visitors on Monday with Mrs. ing at the Middleway Methodist Iterman Liskey were Mr. and Church. Mrs. Charles Shipe Mrs. Daniel Walter R. Markle of the U. S. t Carter and daughter, Judy, Miss Navy, who recently returned to Wanda Carter and Mrs. Charles the States from a cruise and Jones. David Liskey spent last is presently stationed at Norfolk, week with his grandmother. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy, of Charles Town, were visitors on Saturday afternoon at the home of the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davy. Mrs. J. A. Deck, Sr., who had spent the winter months visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Deck and family at their home in Winchester, Va., has returned to Summit Point and, until opening her home for the summer, is visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood and daughter, Sharon. Patti and Bobby Glassford spent the Easter weekend visiting Mrs. Doris Barnes and children, Kimberley and David, at their home in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and children, Scotty and Terrie, of Berryville, Va., spent Easter Sun- day visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Thomas Shull and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Post.n, of Gaithersburg, Md., were visitors over the Easter weekend at the home of the former's brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skinner Poston. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ware, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Henrl B. Cooper and three sons, Kent, Bill and Henry, left on Monda yto return to their home in Raleigh, N. C., after spending the Easter week- end visiting Mrs. Cooper's grand- mother, Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and he raunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim Also spending Sunday at "Monte View" were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and childhen, Libby, Scotty and Su- san, and Mr. Roger Kelley, all of Charles Town and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crim on Friday evening were the former's cousins, Colo- nel and Mrs. E. F, Dearie, of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove were dinner guests on Easter Sunday at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and family in Lee- town. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Grove had visiting them the lat- ter's niece. Mrs. George Drum and son, Jeffrey, of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Harry Shirley Mr. Harry Baumgardner en- tered the Charles Town General Hospital on Wednesday and on Friday underwent surgery. Here's NEW WEED & FEED Va., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mar- kle and family. Dinner guests of the Markles on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pafundi and daughters, of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Richards, Summit Point and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leatherman, of Hagerstown, Md., spent the i THURSDAY, APRIL l i, 1966 Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and sons were Mrs. Sonny Creamer and two children, Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Creamer and three children, Monrovia, Md., Mr. Al- len Dinkle, of BrunsWick, Md. Miss Judy Shirley was an over- night guest on Friday night of Miss Darlene Turner. On Satur- day she accompanied Miss Trn- (Certified Wiring) weekend with the latter's parents, ner and a group re Washington Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring., where they went on a boat cruise---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and to Mount Vernon. family were dinner guests on Gary Jones, of Martinsburg, Home- Office- Farm Sunday of Hr. and Mrs. Lee spent the weekend with his broth- BroWnRanson and Mrs. Gladys Pulse in Charleser and sister-in-laW,Jones. Mr. and Mrs. GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Mrs. Naomi Barrow and daugh. - ...... Products . [ Sr., had as dinner guests on Sun- tar, Susie, were visitors on Sun- day Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby, St. day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. James Village, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson, of Terrace Heights. COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES. Stanley Dunn, Jr., and son, of Sunday afternoon visitors ofRANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS near Charles Town, Mr. Grafton Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and Liskey and Mrs. Clara Dunn, In- family were Mrs. Thelma Dunn REFRIGERATORS - TELEVISIONS wood, Mrs Herman Liskey and and family, Fairfax, Va., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and son Stewart Smallwood, Charles Mrs. John Pestum has been in-[Town. disposed at her home this past [ Miss Susan Athey ran a nail in MA6 HA week because of illness. J her foot requiring a visit to the Mr. and Mrs. Mason Watson,' doctor's on Sunday. of Shepherdstown, and Mr. and Dickie Tabb, of Leetown, and APPLIEE CEI ER Mrs. James Pulse, of Martins- Donald Shirley spent Monday burg, were visfiors on Sunday of with Terry Dunn. 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