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Park , "A t o]d and Daring Church." Mrs. Parks closed the meeting with prayer. The meeting for the month of May will be held Mrs. Bernard Ott at the home of Mrs. Raymond Parks in Charles Town with Mrs. Edward Moler as moderator. Dur- Women of the ttalltown ing the social hour the hostess, Church met Monday Mrs. Edward Moler, served dell- April 11, at 7:30 at the cious refreshments of punch, of Mrs. Edward Moler in In the absence of and vice president, Alec Costello presided over Council meeting, opening and the Scripture John 20, 19-31. After was transacted the was turned over to Circle Mrs. James Watson. Gray had the op- :prayer. The secretary, Mrs. Parks, read the minutes last meeting, and the roll With thirteen members pres- The offering and the bless- were then taken; Miss Clevenger had the offer. The moderator for was Mrs. Raymond cookies, potato chips, and mints with her mother, Mrs. Nathanael Gray, at the punch bowl. The Women of the Church of the Winchester Presbytery, Dis- tract Four, held their Spring meeting in Shepherdstown Pres- byterian Church on Wednesday, April 13. Mrs. Edward Janney was guest speaker, the topic, "The 1966 Birthday Objective." Those attending from Halltown were Mesdames Nathanael Gray, Elmer Wright, Raymond Parks, Edwin Clevenger, Bernard Ott and Miss Sharon Clevenger. Lunch was served at the church. Mrs. Alton Muse and daughter, Karen, Mrs. William ttoak, of Halltown, Mrs. Thomas Garrison of Charle Town, and Mrs. Frank Simons and son, Mark, of Ranson, shopped in Winchester, Va., on Thursday. Miss Dorothy Bowers, who had been a patient in the Winchester Hospital since Mon- day returned home with them but goes back on Friday for the final results of her tests. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr., and daughter, Kelly, of Stiles Trailer Court, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sealock, of near Charles Town, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and family Thursday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Williams. Mrs. David Penwell and daugh- ter, Jeanne, visited Mrs. Michael Cotta, of Ranson, on Friday morning. Mr. Lester Moler visited Mrs. Myrna Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Buckles, on the Shep- herdstown Pike on Friday after. noon. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott visit. ed Mrs. Ott's mother, Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr., of Ranson, on Fri- UES ' J ADVERTISED IN steel handle absorbs shock tI No.All Reg. $3.55 SALE Qt. HUNDREDS OF CUSTOM MIXED COLORS AT THE PRICE OF WHITE PAINT! SATINTONE LATEX WALL PAINT The original "easy paint". ~t's easy to find just the color you want (we have hundreds), it's easy to put on with roller or brush, dries in minutes and tools wash up with water. Best of all--it's easy to live with. 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Md., were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family on Saturday. Mr. Joseph Ranalli and chil- dren Vivian, Marila, and Joey, of Millville, were dinner guests of Mrs. Nathanael Gray and daugh. ter, Jennifer, on Sunday. Others calling during the day were Mrs. Ramon Gray, of Shepherdstown Mrs. ?o y CeraVaIo.. Mr. Carter's two children, Michael and Jeffrey, are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ceravalo while Mr. and Mrs. Carter are away. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington and two sons, Jona- than and Dennis, and Roger Lee Nicodemus were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. P.T.A. to Meet Rippon Parent.Teachers Associa- tion will meet in the Rippon Ele- mentary School on Wednesday evening at 7:30. LE Mr. Wayne Welty Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Moler, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert_ Lnn_ ge,-r Irs. Harry.. Din.ges and son: R!cky, I beam and family visited Mr. Lon- Mrs. Mar in . mmes ana cmmren, I oerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martfl. and J mmy, and Mr_Rob-I homas Longerbeam and family ert Lmton, all of Charms Town, ]in Millville Saturday and Sunday and Davie and Terry Penwell, of nights. Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cavalier Miss Karla Kaye McKee of Ran- and family, of Brunswick, Md.,: son, spent Sunday with her were Sunday guestsof Mrs. Cava- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- lier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stun- shall McAboy and uncle, Mar-ley Eye. shall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs: Paul Brandt, Miss Jennifer Gray and Mr. Baltimore, Md., spent the week- Robert Linton, of Charles Town, end with Mr. Howard Ambrose. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strick- They attended the races at Shen- ler, of Berryville, Sunday after- andoah Downs Saturday night noon. and had an enjoyable time. Mrs. Nathanael Gray and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Gagby vis- David Penwell visited Mrs. Nancy ited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmas- Ranalli on Sunday evening in the ter Sunday night. Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foltz, of Mrs. Ranalli entered the hospital Berryville, Va., visited Mrs.' on Thursday with pneumonia and Foltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. pleurisy. John J. Bragg, on Sunday. Miss Nellie Noland and Miss ...... --* : Carol Ann Noland visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kid- Mrs. Austin Nieodemus wiler and daughter, Kenna Kay, .... _ .... -- Mrs. David Gagby, Miss Joyce Mrs. J. W. Strider, of McLean Gagby, Miss Faye Crawford and Danny Crawford visited Mr. and I Va., Mrs. Daniel Lutz, Mrs. Clayl Mrs. Thomas Welty and family Leps, Mrs. Charles Strider, Sr., and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Monday Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., night. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were callers at the apartment of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe. Elaine Myers, Jean Cooper, Dottle Anders, Joanne Wagner and Elizabeth Adams bowled in the Tri-City Tournament at the Shenandoah Lanes in Martins- burg on Sunday. Birthday Party Miss Elizabeth R. Smith cele- brated her sixteenth birthday on Friday, April 15, with a dinner party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith, Jr., at their home, "Silver Springs." Several of her schoolmates and Miss Smith attended a movie and they enjoyed a slumber party. They were overnight guests at the Smith home. Mrs. Homer Wood spent last weekend at home of her grand- daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Puekett. Miss Welford Smith returned this week to Devon, Pa., after spending the Easter holidays with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith and sister, Miss Elizabeth M. Smith. Mrs. Graham Royston, of Mill. wood, Va., and Mrs. Harold Puck- ett and three children, Brenda, Connie Susan, and Hebe were supper guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley aand also recently guests at the home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penwell and granddaughter, Vicky, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamblin, Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Elliott and son, Mi. chael and grandson, Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamblin and three children, Carol Ann, Her- bert, Jr., and Paul Lee, of Ranson, and Misses Marcia and Iris Ann McKee, of Charles Town. Patient in Hospital Delmar Gray was taken to the Charles Town General Hospital on Sunday evening. He fell while playing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were among those from the Blue Ridge Twirlers attending the square dance Saturday night at Lincolnshire School in Halfway, Md. Mrs. Charles Gore and Miss Meta Frazier, of Summit Point, and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were guests of Mrs. Frank Watson and Mrs. Frazier Watson on Saturday afternoon. A number of persons from the community attended open house of the Job Corps at Harpers Fer- ry Job Corps Conservation Cen- ter. At Zoar on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus was a guest at the home of Mr. andi Mrs. Henry Carper and daughter,' Dorothy, Charles Town, on Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. James Sipes, of Berryville, Va., were Sunday guests at the latter's sister and brother-in-law's home, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Carter were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo to North Carolina on Friday to spend the week. Sgt. Carter was stationed at Marine Camp Lejeune. He has been transferred to Rhode Island. He is moving his trailer the latter part of the week and they will re. turn on Sunday and spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family visited Clifford's mother, Mrs. Melvin Bowers, in Middleway Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Green-. Va., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Greenwalt. Miss Lola Staubs spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Viands and Susie. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Viands and Susie motored to Fairfax, Va., i to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Nuneville and daughter, MieheUe, Sunday and also motored through Washington to view the cherry blossoms. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C: Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jamison and fam- FAI MER'S ADVOCA THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 C--3 ily, of Bakerton, and Mrs. John J. Bragg. Mis. Bessie Shade, of Martins. burg, visited her mother, Mrs. Webb Kidwilei" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kidwiler and family on Sunday. [Church Announeement, The MYF of the Engle Metho- dist Church will mark next Mon- day night, April 25, at 7 p.m., as their monthly mcetiing. All youth are invited to attend. The W.S.C.S. of the Engle Methodist will sponsor a rum- make sale on May 6 and 7 at the Men's Club in Shepherdstown. Mark Sunday night, May 8, at 7:30 p.m., as our Family Week Program. Everyone plan to attend. Read The Spirit-Aavoeate Do As Many Other Families Do.., Get Your Here are some of the advantages of Shopping at SCHEWEL'S LOWEST PRICES -- EASY TERMS GUARANTEED QUALITY -- FREE DELIVERY Bargains in F iture for Every Room II urn 19 West Cork Street - In Downtown Winchester, Va. STORE HOURS: Mon.-Tues..Wed.-Thurs.-Sat. 8:30.5:00 Friday 8:30-9:00 Come In And Open A Charge Account (1 OUT LEETOWN PIKE) (Rt. 9 Out Of Ranson. Turn Left At Del Monaco Restaurant) 3 BEDROOMS- SEPARATE DINING ROOM - LARGE LIVING ROOMS- CERAMIC TILE BATHS ' MODERN KffCHENS . FULL BASEMENTS . 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