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i : in Ranson, we wish her a speedy ,Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown, were I sister, Mrs. Nettle Barren, in t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ~al lmpa ~aalnU= : recovery. ] dinner guest Sunaay of their son waynesooro, ra., on ~aturoay.] THUI~SDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 C--5 31LY~fi bfiUVl: Sunday Easter dinner guests of tand family, Mr. and Mrs. LeOnard Mrs. Barren is spending somel ........... "~ Mr. Arthur Webb and daughter] Ruble of Gerrardstown. time with her son-in-law and] ...... M" Mrs Ethel Buzzard Miss Elizabeth Webb were Mr.I Sunday visitors of Mr A. S daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard! uraayevenmg: ...... l sp.ent Sunaa;~_)n. Aru~nore, a? Which . hobo,- t nr=hAm A.d d.,.,htar Nancy Brockman Sorry to hear Mrs i ~aaaay viziers 0z tvlrs. ,JUlia Wlt llUlelr (laugutei, lvirs. 1 ~~llk~.~':~ll ................................. - ................ .. ........ , ", =" "Viands were Mr and Mrs James Herndon and daughter, Melody ton, Mr. and Mrs Donald Webb[ were Mrs Ray Gray and son Day- Barren lsn t feehng so well ..... . ._ o ........... " Rev and Mrs Charles Reckley and children and" Mr and Mrs / id Ray and a friend all of t~erk- Mrs. Betty P0st0n and daugh-I vianas ..ann two. chiluren, ot 1:no latter is |just getting over me TO A Young Man On His Way Up " ." " " ' ~ i M r h'te tJarKswne, ~ar ann ~virs tiarrycmcKen pox of Summit Point were guests at David Webb I eley Springs, Mrs. Glenda Pewee i ter and s ster, Miss a y W 1 ,i ...... " .... ' .... ":"I " And To Some W.ho Have Already Arrived the Sunday evening services in Miss Dorothy Lenon of Wash-I and daughter Vickie, Mrs. Melvin ~,of Middleway, were Sunday visi-i umrmy ann cmlaren ,o~ ~lmuie- I ...Mr. and .Mrs Joe Milton were the Methodist Church here Mr. in|ton, D C. visited Mrs. William] Snyder and children, Lee, Lorrie i tars of Mrs. Donald Hovermale [ way, Mrs. c0ra ~oster, o~ unaries | rnursoay amner guests oI mew Reckley delivered the sermon it McDowell' Sunday and they called[ and Norman, and Mr. George Gra I and family near Leetown. Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert [ son-in'law and daughter, Mr. and The Decision as to where to build your home is.a diffi-,s was well enjoyed on friends in Martinsburg. ] ham. I Mr. and Mrs. Garland HenryI Viands of the Bloomery. [ Mrs. Dona!d d~agaha and daugh- cult one. You cam take a corner off your father-m-law _ Mrs. Beulah Pierson of Charles Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wetters] Mrs. Louise Bentz spent the ] were recent.callers on his broth- / Weekend visitors with Mr. and ] ter near lVLma eway. farm, if you don't mind flies and eaxthy smells from the Town was an overn!gnt guest on and son of Pleasant Valley, Md./weekend with her son-in-law and ~ er-!n-mw anq sister, Mr. ann ~ars ! Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughter, i adjoining pasture! OR Saturday with her sister and fam and Mr. and Mrs Elish Webb of~ daughter Mr and Mrs Richard t Odis James m Ranson.1 ......... ~,. an,~ ~,.~ ~h~,,~ |- ~q= -- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove Baltimore spent Monday with Mr.] Stic~des m'ad f'amilv in/klexandria I Miss Judy Shirley spent Thurs-! ~, T",'~o,"~,'" on"~ .... ~'~,','~'~'~'~'~'[ ~l~ | ~ l~q~ You can buy a bargain lot along the highway and have ~unoay ~uests Arthur Webb and daughter and/Va I uay ann rrmay mgnt w~t ne i ~oot,,o .~ w.,,~ ~,, o~ x~ ~ / ~ ~t ~t ! *. ~ "~,~] faith that passing motorists wil lwatch out for your i Sunday dinner guests with Mr. they also visited Mr and Mrs| " ~ ]grandmother, Mrs Julia Viands. ~"~.'~" "~''."~ .~.~' .'."" ":--'| t[~l |~l.l~d~.~ " " " " " d " ll wa a t ann ~rs ~vernar~ ot ~oo~ Spring and Mrs. John Wh]teha~r and Dawd Webb m the evening | ~ . - I Mrs. Mau e Sma wood s ....... : ......... [ ~12~~~-:y~. children and your pets. OR i -------------- ----- - aller Frida ni ht f her~ wneauan~, ~iss ~usan ~ssler o~ sons, Kmth and Brian were Mr. Mr Fattest Glassford was able[ ................... ~c on y g o t [ ~ t=~N~|! !and Mrs. Charles Whitehair and to return to his job Monday morn grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis State College, Keyser, and M~ss ~[l[~l~ I-v~ s~v You can find a few secluded acres along a country lane !daughter Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. ing, he had been in the hospital[ M AHIC3IUWH ISmallwood and family in Ranson. l Pat Rissler, of Washington, D C/ have your own little Utopia until someone decidesHoward Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. and home for the past three| Mrs. Julia Viands Very sorry to bear Mrs, Pat Congratulations again to Miss| -- to put an oil storage plant across the road: : : : : ~ Jerry Everhart and daughters, weeks with the flu. ] _ |Brown, of Sterling, Va, under-! Jane Rissler on her high honor ini OR Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Piper. Mr. Leo Collins was a patientl ~ | went another operation the'pastl Shepherd College and her reward| You can build in town and take a chance that your next i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart in the Kings Daughters Hospital| Death of Mrs. Williams ] week in the Fairf~x, Va., Hospi. ] Mr. and Mrs. MelVin Fritts| ~'~, ~and children were Sunday guests for surgury last week | Our little to~-,, ,~,ao vo,',, ~-r,',,| tal Pat is a sister to Mrs Irving' ~ [ ~"-~-"~lk~ door neighbor doesn't like to run his power mower early ,with Mr. and Mrs. George Talton ; Several members of the Ranson| to hear of the death of one ofo~| Hodges, of Kearneysville. 11 ~] ~[~~ Sunday mornings ...... OR and family and Mrs. Georgia Civic Club attended the Openl ~ood neiehbors, Mrs. Margaret[ Mrs. Agnes Nicerson, of Front l "1 Piper in Chestnut Hd. House Sunday of the Job Corpst Williams who nassed away at the] Royal, Va., spent the weekend l ~ | |[ ['~ "~)^~.'J ~])~ You can investigate Steamboat Run, the 330 acre Mrs. Ruby Cherry and daughter Conservation Center at Zoar.I home of'her only daughter, Mrs.| with her son, Mr. and Mrs. John] f~%~-} | Ik~It -~e:-~ ~/~ Planned community on the Potomac River along the Jennifer Lynn of Rocky Mountain They reported that it appears,t Ruth Ashby Although Mrs. Wil.[Armstrong and son. I -~l~ | ~ ~'~ Shepherd Grade Road, outside Shepherdstown. North Carolina are spending sev- that the training at this centerI liams had been a patient in the] Misses Mona and Mary Jane~ ~ / ~ ~ ~ eral days with her mother Mrs. ]certainly leaves nothing to de-I General Hospital for a couple of[ Wolfe, of Arlington, Va., spent~ ~ | ~ Steamboat Run offers the quiet enjoyment of one acre, ~ Hazel Staubs and family I sire They are fully equipped forI months, she remained bedfast] the weekend with Misses Mary [ _, ~ .~ " " or larger, homesites, protected by deed restrictions 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler[ any training a young man could[ since returning from there She]and Nancy Viands. Their parents| ~~/~ 1 against the nuisances of non-conforming land use, so and two children and sister Jean-] desire. | Will be greatly missed b~, this[ are buying a trailer and moving] "~k~V.~]~~ I "---~-'------- ~-- important in a County without any zoning, nie of Baltimore, Md. motored~ The most impressive thingl writer. My deepest sympathy goes] back to West Virginia. [ ~-~ [ m I ~d~m m i mm up on Monday morning to attend] were the polite manners of thet out to her daughter and family.] Mr. Garland Henry and Mr. Les-| I ll|! IlllL-I1 the funeral of the formers uncle[ youn men of other camps whet She also leaves a granddaughter,] ter Ott attended the dinner of the] ~- I l[ llllr" ! Steamboat Run offers lovely stretch of the Potomac g - - i a Mr. Woodrow Huff in Martins-/ were guides for the occassion. | Mrs. William Woodward, and fivel Standard L me Co.. he~ at the[ ~ | I[ ~1 ll l|lllmll River shoreline dedicated to all its property owners as burg. The Spitler children spent~ Last week visitors of Mr and[ great randchildretl. She was] Moose Club in Charles Town at-| | xmmlmsmm AS a permanent park; plus several miles of bridle pathsthe day with their grandmother[ Mrs. Floyd Simons were'Mrs:t born in 1884. I I IlUi. U =&II and a come'unity pasture for your horse. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard while their| Nora Steward of Martinsburg, Mr.l Very sorry to hear of the seri- [ | ~]~,.~ [ lI1- 11 "~I l parents attended the funeral. MrsI and Mrs. Avis Grim of Charles[ ous illness of Mr Portmus Hill, t .... [ ~All|allr~_@ ~dll [ V I~ Illl~ ~l~l~ Steamboat Run offers the stimulation of meeting nice Bernice Spitler and daughter Kat[ Town and Rev. M. C. Scott oft of Vienne, Va, who underwent al | O~tglnUO I~/d~l [ C~n~raulationsl At a~,e 80 neighbors from a cross-section of American life. The hleen came up by bus on Sunday~ Bolivar and Mrs. John Hough] serious operation in the local hos-I ~" " " " " / qrA I/'l I! AIH ] t'l ru64"most insuraneecomo ann accompanied the ~pitlerslcalled Monday evening of this~-ita~ there Portumus was born] ~ 1 |lHtl~r-- |UU ~LL [ ............ _, ...... ~,._ __, Military by a couple of retired generals. Finance by a back to Baltimore on Monday week. ~ n~'nd" r~.,-a,~ ~t ~h~, lllnnm~,~ :1 ' ' [ dln~ q~'Sa~" U#~S ~ | p.amcs confiner yvtt ~_u~ ~a~- vice-president of a large metropolitan bank. Education even!ng. They were Sunday nightI Mr. David Lynn of Cumber-I son of* e'lat'e" firs / OVl ll /nl WUllLU l t e sLdrweron,the ro:d tocday: by several teachers. The arts by an artist. Science by guests, wlm relauves in Ivlartms-i land, Md. spent Easter weekend[ t'amly hope he will soon be onI | Dollars saved, plus earn.[ ....... insuranee ra * " a physician and law by a lawyer. " ourg ' a ....... I with hzs step-father and mother l the w y to a quick recovery. / P~i~01JI~I~II~ ms~t l "---s --- .hese "~otl'-rs "-- I ............ - . ................... , ,"w "~, " " -'~,. are ~na lowest, wan~ xo Little M ke Rodgers of Bruns-IMr. and Mrs. Fred Lenders andI Mr. and Mrs. Cllnt Smallwood,I ] ...... [ .......... ,'.':" , ~.".c.~.~ " Tir~nce The Trip yOU nave Bave~" ... eau us. wan~ & teamboat Run is not expeltsive. Lots (to approved wick spent the week with his l Mrs. Charles L. Mason, Mording-I of Martinsburg, was a caller Sun-I , . _ I ,_ ...... = ....... , ..... stockholders of the owing Corporation), start at grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ton Ave, 1 day morning on his brother, Mr.'] ~~~ J always dreamt about. Start ] vamu~ett p~ugr~a.u~ au~u, $2,500.00 with Terms that will permit you to buy now Rodgers and family. [ Mrs. Willie (Ann) Dillow re-I George Jones. | I a vacation savings account / l ome, neal~.a, ann axe incur- without financial strain. The baby daughter of Mr. and / turned to the hospital in Balti-[ Mr. Lester Viands, of Romney,I I today, eniov your tri~ to- [ ant0 1, call Us. Mrs. Floyd Grove (Bonnie) hasI more, Md. last week. Her many] was a caller Friday evening onI ~~ | _orro:,. .... [ Drive out any time and look around. If you want to know~een a patient, m the CharlesI friends wish her a speedy recove-I his mother, Mrs. Julia Viands. ] ~J I~mm~~ I ..... ] more about Steamboat Run contact: Town t~enera.1 Hospital. ry and she can soon be home. ] Mrs. Betty Hovermale gave herl f [|'[U~|||~ g~ ":- I I~ll|%~qF Fi~I~I~I~ Jill| ,~.~V~,,--~:'...~-'~ .. leers, troy waiters and daughter[ Miss Paula Chamblin daughterI son, David, a birthday party onI -Ida.-- I rm3/rI:U AL I MRS. ROBERT (Chris) KNOTT- Our Resident Agent oris an~ granddaughter DarleneI of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cherub-i Friday night in honor of his thir-I | ~-. ~ ~: ~ I ...-,',~.~:.." Z .'-~--.~-~'~,,,, [ ,~:l~.~p,,-,q~--r~ AT 876-6035 wihiams of Bedington were din-ilia returned home on Tuesday lteenth year. Among those help-I I n....=.'~t._ _.~ II ! ~AVLr~t~ ~z LuA.N A~ ~l. I |~.~' I-AL her guests on Sunday with Mr. from the Charles Town General ing him celebrate were David,[ [ ~|~: .... ~ | loft W W~hino'ton Rt. I e~ J~" TIGHE WOODS REALTOR i and Mrs. Walter Cogle and fam-]Hospital. ]Howard and Bobby Tabb, Nancyl ~;'~' | I ..... "'__'~_"~_~.'~__~_- [ l\~ .~J~'~'/~ i~y in the afternoon they were Mr and Mrs Robert Jenkins l and aMry Viands, Tana Dillow,~ ~~~"~ I HAGER 'I1)W , Nil}. / visitors with Mrs. Elsie Cook, Mr. v~it~'~ ,~,..;.- .~*~.-~. ..... ., ~.---.. I Sherri and Ronald Wiles, Tammie [~ ~;~ I 1 "]k\"~.~':/.4~ Shepherdstown, W. Va. -- Washington, D.C. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and fam [ and Donna H.overma.le. Adults [ ~~, [ ~ [ ,r~- Harpers Ferry, W. Va. , "'~. , Easter in Hillsboro, Vir~,iniao .. . I were Mr. ana ~trs. Aloert wanas, 'Irk u-,Inn,ao'm vpmvvev, .,,--w.,'""n*r*~',,,,~ ~,~ I / ...... Mr and Mrs Rowland Staubs Mrs M Iv n eI Mr and Mrs Ronald Wiles, Mr I ~ | P][4[I~%]'~. ~79K 9911 .... e in S yder entered th ............. " .... Jr. and two children of Baltimore hosnital on Monda- for observat-~ Donald Hovermale. Cake, ice . . . | ~ ] were Sunday guests with Mrs. ionand tests ~ cream, potato chips, and soft: Plus! 2nd Achon Hit t [ Hazel Staubs and family. Mrs Glend'a Perice Mrs Mary drinks ;#ere served by the host- MAnt,#tW RWA n tN | ] Mrs. Bernice Spitler and two Snyder and children and Mi s ess. David received some nice | YH I I:M . Q=1 1 [ daughters and son of Baltimore Nancy Graham and Jeff visited, presents and money. ~,~v~Lv,~ | ...... ,, .... ] ..... ----~- were callers on Monday evening the o penin of the Jo ) Coms l Mrs. Cora Foster visited her I I lSlllll i| with Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and fam Conservation Center at fear on ] ......... ily. Sunday. ] to', @ The Secret Pal Club of The[ .... .......... -~:=~ ..... ~" Peoples Gospel Tabernacle met :at AILIlltORI EO DEAL B the home of Mrs. Daisy Deavers MOTORS GORPORATION~ Model 7255 Only Lawn Boy gives 4.1Vay Finger.Tip Mowing Ease By the m0k r; of J thn= and Evinrude Outbo 'rd Motors. SEE ALL THE NEW LAWN BOY MOWERS TODAY! J. EDWARD MAGAHA, PROP. North George St. - Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-5516 Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. Bruce Wiley of Kingwood, W. Va and Mr. Donald F. Magaha who are attending Wheeling Bar- ber College in Wheeling, W. Va. visited the letters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Magaha of 102 South Mineral St. over the Easter weekend Mr. and Mrs. John F. Magaha and Miss Karen Beahm were dinner guests with the Magahas on Easter Sunday Mrs. Nell Meade of Arlington, Virginia spent the weekend with her daughter Mrs. Phyllis Kilmer 7th Ave. Mr. Scotti Johnson and Frank Simons were callers of the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sim- ons Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Deneen Welsh of Bakerton is a surgical patient in the Char- les Town General Hospital, she is a daughter of Mr. Arthur Webb on Tuesday night with a good attendance. Mr. Ernest Slusher of Leetown, and Mr. Lee Brown spent Monday evening at the Veterans Hospital Martinsburg visiting with Mr. Berkeley Custer and Mr. James Whittington both being patients. Mrs. Edith Jones of Martins- burg, Mrs. Charles Jones of Midd leway were callers on Monday at the home of Mrs. Lucllle Brown on Wednesday Mrs. Frank Ran- alli and family called. Mrs. Frank Simons and sons spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers in Halltown Stork Shower A stork shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norval Fields for their daughter Mrs. Jerry Frye on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 given by her sister Mrs. Shirley Monars. A nice time was spent and refreshments were ser- i ved. Mrs. Frye received many nice gifts. l Biggest Values Ever Offered At Leggett's In Charles Town 'IlL 9:00 FRI.- SAT. LOOK 'TO LEGGETT'S In '66 full.size Chrysler Newports are now priced jus( ia few dollars a month more than the most popular smailer cars. comparably equipped. See us. You'll find our spring speciat deals even more attractive. ee ,ee 0 Move up...Move now.=; CHARLES TOWN STORE Always FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS