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@ U=l=. t ,,, ,, Coble and lZit Kayrl Link visit. Hiss Theda nv r ] oard of Education and is ~udy. $$ vlrglma a. mulet I [ ing the litters parents, Mr. and Jng for a Masters degree in Ad- I / , Mrs. H. B. Link, at their home ministration at the University of " [, "' ~ near Leetown. To Become August BrideI/ = Cletus Atkins, employee at ,eft To Become Brlde In July v,, inia ) . . .. . , The wedding will take place in Ii i ] , erson Pubhshlng Co, Inc under July. Of Mr. John Paul Wilt / i "' , i went surgery Tuesday morning in 0f Mr. Pavid Lee Lane | L the Charles Town General Heap]- ~ Miss Carol W. Hammond [ tal, Ranson. ~ ~ / A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spinks and [! ]Steve Allen Smith of Mordington Mrs. C. N. Dorsey were in Balti- !ii~]i~!i:! Receives Nursing Cap ]Avenue, Charles Town, on Men- more, Maryland on Wednesday, ..... ]day in Winchester Memorial Hos-visiting their aunt, Mrs. Fred ~ ] pital. Mrs. Smith is the former i Wicker in the Church Home H os- t Richmond Hospital t Miss Nancy Ann Thompson, dau- pital. . ~:i!~:!.i~ |ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph[ The regular monthly meet)ng' | Thompson of Charles Town. I of the Aid Society of Murrill tlill i~.:.~i~l [ Born in Winchester Memorial lMethodist Church met Tuesday ii~ii~i~ |[Hspital on Monday, to Mr. and inight, April 26 at the home of !iiii:iii![~ .i !:~ [ Mrs Joseph Thompson Crane, III i Mrs. Eliza Milton, Mann]rigs, with ii:.~i:~:i | 342 Fairmont Avenue, Winchester twenty-five present /.~%~:..~:~:~:~-::~:~:.~- ~.-~:~:~;:..~.:::~i~.~:~:~::~.~.:: Va a dau hter Mrs Crane ]s theArthur Ramey of Martmsbur i~i~ [ former Miss Paula Jean Stokes spent the weekend at the home [ of Charles Town. Mr. Crane LS of Mrs. Clayton iiames m Charles ~ ................. ~ ................ ~::~:::~:~*.~:::~: ....... the, son of Col .and Mrs. Jose h Town ~:i .... ! Crane of Summit Point. I i ~'! ~.j~! ~ ~i::;:" ' . [ M,ss Patsy Grant, a student atl Mitt la.a M.II~t Ta ] West Virginia University, Morgan ........ " ......... / town, spent the weekend with her ~ ~. . . ~ . ~ | parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grant. use nepnero rrmcess ~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Terrence .(Teddy) MMTSn~IMRrGsI.~. phSii MMOL1EeRof~ N:ch~lh~e ;farB:l~SVoi~lea Maaurygl~tnedr: Apple Blossom Festival ss THEDA WINTERMOYER Mr. and Mrs. }larry Fulton ..... P Terri Ann, born April 22 in Holy Wintermoyer, of 401 South Chu- Jefferson Terrace, Charles Town, Cross ]Ios i a " p t l, Silver Sprang Md. reh Street, announce the engage- announce the engagement of Mrs Nichols is the formo~ 'Mi~ their daughter, Virginia Sheila to Bart)ara Dawson, daughter~of"~(r~ ment of their daughter, Theda Mr. John Paul Wilt, ~n of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dawson, RFDI Ann, to Mr David Lee Lane, son and Mrs. Harry E. Wilt of 601 Charles Town, and Mr. Nichols is South Mildred Street, Charles the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Town. An August wedding is plan Nichols, of Charles Town. ned. Home for the weekend from ' West Virginia University, Morgan GO To Church Sunday town, were Misses Barbara Ann oO0 TOWN news m in Style Illustrated 16:99 DU PONT !t, '~D~lOt,~tlUC Those exciting new men'~ shoes have been tmperbly styled and meticulously tailored with DuPont's new man made material... Corfam! Try on a pair and you'll fed the difference right away ... they're more flexible and 1/3 lighter. You'll see they keep their new shoe look longer, too. Ask for Corfam.., fashion news in men's shoes! DIAMOND RINGS of Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Lane of Martinsburg. MISS CAROL W. HAMMOND Miss Wintermoyer was graduat- Miss Carol Wiltshire Hammond, ed from Charles Town High daughter of Mr and Mrs. James School and will be graduated in Hammond, 216 South George St., May from Shepherd College Charles Town and a student at where she is majoring in Elemen- Stuart Circle Hospital School of tary Education. She is a member Nursing Richmond Virginia, re- of Alpha Sigma Tau, social soror- ceived her cap on Thursday, April ity. 21. Her fiance was graduated from She is the granddaughter of Martinsburg High School and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hammond of Shepherd College with a Bach- Kearneysville and Mr. Walter elor of Science degree. He is era- Rust Foley, Sr., and the late Lucy ployed as a teacher of mathemat- Holladay Foley of Berryville, Va. ics by the Prince William County Miss Hammond is a 1965 grad- MISS JANE MULLEN Miss Jane O'Neal Mullen, 20- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George (Flicker) Mullen, of Char- les Town, and a junior at Shep- herd College, will represent Shep- herd College as a Princess in the Court of Queen Shenandoah XXXIX at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Va., today, Friday and Saturday. Miss Mullen is majoring in ele- mentary education. She is a grad- uate of Charles Town High School and has been on the dean's list for high scholarship for four semesters. She is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma, national col- lege social sorority, and she be- longs to Kappa Delta Pi, honor. ary educational society. She is also captain of the cheerleaders. Son Born In Leesburg Hospital To Birkitt's , Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Birkitt, of Leesburg Va., are the parents of a son, Carey Tucker, born to them on April 25, in Lowdown County (Va.) Hospital in Leesburg, Va. The son,,weighing 9 pounds and 2 ounces, and the mother, are both doing fine, it was reported. The infant was named after his paternal grandfather and grand- mother. Mrs. Birkitt is the daugh- ter of Mrs. Fannie Didawick, of Moorefield, formerly of Charles Town. Dr. Birkitt is the son of Virginia Birkitt of Ranson. He was formerly employed as a phar- macist at Moffett's Pharmacy in Charles Town. This is the fourth child of the Birkitt's. Warning Of Corruption In Church, Sermon For Presbyterian Church With Jefferson COunty's newest fishing innovation, a trout hatchery lake, which has been located on the Lotsa.Luck farm, just off U. S. Route 340. West of Charles Town, was being readied this yeek for a big public opening Sunday, May 1, it was announced Tuesday. The above picture shows Sam Palumbo, veteran and well-known former jockey and a resident of Jefferson County (left) and Oley G. Hedrick, (right) a member of the West Virginia State Senate and a State racing steward, stocking the hatchery lake with some 500 rainbow trout. The club, with a lake and clubhouse, will be open to 100 members. A number of memberships are also still available. For ~ those interested and desiring information they can write to Lotsa- Luck trout hatchery, Box 202, Charles Town, W. Va. Every Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and precise modern cut are found in only one diamond in hundreds. All Keepsake diamonds are protected against loss from the setting for one year. Each ring carries a life. time trade-in privilege, plus permanent registration... all this is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsake. COMPLETE SETS FROM: Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are your Authorized Keepsake Dealar. 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 72 7411 -- CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. I ' - ~ . ............ .~ ,I '0 C.2::~ ......... ""I C. ....... .~--.'D (13' On Sunday, May 1, the minister of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, Carlyle A. McDonald, will have another sermon in the pre- sent series on the theme. "The Church." The topic of this ser- mon will be "Christ's Warning Against Corruption In The Chu- rch." The Book of Revelation in which Christ gives some very specific and positive words of commendation, criticism and cure for the church for all ages. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus was a caller Friday evening on Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. I NEED ANY WALLPAPER? NEED ANY PAINT? 9 LENNON S DECORATING CENTER 121 N. Charles St., Charles Town Is A Good Place To Go. (Ask your neighbors). They have a good selection of WALLPAPER tn stock, (about 200 patterns), from Only 29c - Up To $1.25 (A single Roll) PAINT IS ON SALE AT ONLY $3.98 a Gallon (The No-Drip Kind, Too) Why Not Drop In Soon? THEY ARE OldEN: 8 To 9 Fri. - 8 To 6 Tues, Thurs., Sat. and Mon. Wed. From 8 A.M. To I P.M. P. S. - Or you can take one of their 68 Pattern books home to look at. P. S. No. 2 -' Green Stamps or May226 Central Charge. As the Administrator of the late Edward Taylor Winkler Estate, we will sell the following, located 3 miles N. W. of Leetown, W. Va., 4 miles East of Pikes|de, W. Va. at Paynes Ford on: SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1966 Beginning 11:30 A. M., D.S.T. FARM MACHINERY, Etc. Farmall B. tractor, Grove wagon, John Deere side rake, New Idea manure spreader, New Idea mower, $olten 12' elevator, Corn planter, Soil pulverizer, Portable feed rack, Wheelbarrow, Used lumbee, Anvil, Vise, Some small tools, 25 Bales mixed hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Whirlpool freezer, upright; Frigidaire electric range; Frigid. aire refrigerator; Frigidaire electric ironer; Home Comfort range; A. B. C. washer; 2 Gas heaters; 9-Pe. Dinette set; M. W. oil burner; 2-Pc. Living room suite; M. W. TV; Philco TV; 3-Pc. Bedroom suite; Oak cupboard; Singer sewing machine; 2 Metal beds, springs and mattress; Single bed, spring and matt- ress; Chiffarobe; Coffee table; Platform rocker; Odd chairs; Stands; Hoover vacuum cleaner; Laundry hamper; Hassock; Window fan; Mantle clock; 2 Folding chairs; Ironboard; Utility shelf; Towel pole; 2-Pr. Flower urns; Bird bath; Porch swing; What-Nots; Large gold frame mirror; Pictures and frames; Radio; Toaster; Iron; Books; Dishes; Pots and pans; Lot of Fostoria, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Bank of Charles Town Administrato Of Edward Taylor Winkler Estate E. M. MORROW, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Lunch will be served by the Ladies of the Vanville Christian Church. Not Responsible For Accidents. Apr.-21:2T uate of Charles To m High School I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT She is very active in student act-] T iv]ties at Stuart. Circle Hospital,[ HURSDAY, APRIL_ 28, 1966. being elected recently first vice[,~ ~& president of the student govern./graceful. I sale a ithe church Saturday, ~ men|. | Rollcall, minutes of the last [7, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ~ / meeting were read and the treas- [ Mr Roy Furr of llagerst0.~ Dr. H0~s To /urer's report given. [Md., was a calle~' Thursday $.~ The club decided to give two|ing of his mother, Mrs. l~~ / chairs to Camp Frame, Pennies [ Bruce Furr 1''~m~ for Friendship were taken and I ~: ......... ,~,~ ,:.~,,,a~, ev~ Speak At May Meeting l of Mr. and Mrs. Gone star!~ FO the Student Fund was dec~ded ~,,,vw-~ .......... ~---.., rl Shenherdstown PTA Iupn I~,d c~ildren were Mrs. J:l~._" " Then it was planned to go to ILocke and Mr and Mrs Cliff,s. I work on the club project to clean [ Starliper " "" ~R SALE: The May meeting of the Shep-[ upu the Episcopal Church yard [ Mis~ Laura Trussell has ~on~[~ctr. See herdstown Elementary school P.[ and put up a picmc table. |the :ieffersonian Manor~_ ~ne 725-7~ T. A. will be held at the central] Next meeting will be Wednes- [ llome and she would like to I~~ school building on Monday May[ day, May 18, with Mrs. Tom Len-[her friends visit her !~~ 2, at 8:00 p.m. [ non in Charles Town with Mrs. I " ~AK,X'--&"~" W L Barren as co-hostess at ~ " Dr. HowardBackusoftheEdu-[ , n~ v,a~nu$lAnhht~ ~"ulu r al cation Department of Shepherd[ 1:.30. " " . . , 0W $16900 College, will show slides of Isreal/ P and the Holy Land. n ..... " ""= ~eu guests for the Easter hohdays her I Plae~d In P~nnl~ illlti ? 'a[er This is the last meeting of this] sister, Mrs. Jessie ttess, of Wash-I -- 19unt in- h school term. All parents are urged[ ington, D. C., and her children, [ R , " - ,,, - l~'il;fi~ to attend. / Mr. and., Mrs. Marion lten~haw n r'ownatan LIUO "" e liowshipPa ano tamlJy, or Cuyanoga rails, I Ohio. Mr. andMrs William Hen-I Members of the Powhatarl May F Y saw and family "were dinneriden Club have arranged an il guests Easter Sunday and Mr. and [ esting anti-litter display in To Be Held May 6 At Mrs. Frank Kearney, f Tenafly, IPeples Bank Of Charles TO' N. J., were here for the last week- ] keeping with the theme of ' Zion Episcopal Church end. [up and Fix-up Week" being The Aid Society of the Metho-[ wed in Charles Town and May Fellowship Day will be obser dist Church will hol da rummage son County this week. wed in Charles Town, on Friday morning, May 6, beginning at ten thirty, in the parish house of Zion Episcopal Church, on East Wasington St. A representative from the U. S. Job Corps will be the speaker, and a coffee will follow the pro- gram. The public is cordially in- vited to attend. Old-Fashioned Revival Opens Sunday Ntght At Friendship Gospel Mission An old-fashioned Revival will get underway Sunday night May 1, at the Friendship Gospel Miss- ion, North Martinsburg, located just across U. S. Route 11 from the Young Truck stop. The Rev. Carroll Kenney, will be the guest evangelist, it was announced this week by the Rev. Lewis Waters, pastor. ~.~.~ ~ - :. Mrs. Mary B. Furr Demonstration Club Meets The Leetown Home Demonstra- tion Club met Wednesday after- noon with Mrs. Zack Fleming with Mrs. Hugh Collis co-hostess. Delicious refreshments were served first. Sevdnteen members were present including a visitor. I t The meeting was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Ernest Hendricks. Mrs. F. P. Owens had the les- son, "A New Design for West Vir- g]ma Beauty." She thoroughly explained the real need for clean- up, fix-up, and showed pictures of places that were certainly dis- ALL "STATE PRIDE" 'SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES.. Buy several and save money today at Leggett's in 'Charles Town She 7il9:00 LOOK TO LEGGETT'S In '66 CHA RLES TOWN STORE Always FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS NEW O0MS~ HUNDREDS OF CUSTOM MIXED COLORS AT THE PRICE OF WHITE PAINT.= SATINTONE LATEX WALL PAINT The original "easy paint". It'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. Beautiful, really washable and non-fading. Custom-mixed for you --at same price as white. Reg. 6.10 SALE 5.49 gal. Reg. 2.55 SALE 2.19 qt. SATINTONE LATEX SATIN ENAMEL SEMI-GLOSS TOUGH AND LATEX EASY At last- paint that does the job of and has the beauty of an oil base semi-gloss, and ia latex easy to use. The newest of the easy paints. It dries in minutes, goes on like a dream, equip- ment washes up in water. Hundreds of colors-- no extra costl FREE! DRAWING AT OUR STORE; Drawing to be held 3:00 P. M. --- APRIL 30, 1966 Someone who registers free, at our store, will win this amazing, new i KODAK Hawkeye Instamatic Camera. Just drop in a KODAPAKe film cartridge and shoot. New flash cube takes four flash pictures BB without changing bulb. Black and white, or color. No need to be here to win. _.~ 121 W. WASHINGTON STREET --- PHONE 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA