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Mrs. Julia Viands Williams Rites the relatives here att. the funeral of the late Margaret Williams were Mr. Howard Ashby of Park- W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ashby of Falls Church, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Grand- and Mrs. Evelyn Mosse of timore, Md., Mr. Alton Ashby Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ella l Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Baker, Misses Ruth Ann and Frances Baker, Mrs. Jean VOTE FOR M. DANDRIDGE Former Principal Of Jackson High School Man With School And Training) FOR TI E JEFFERSON COUNTY OF EDUCATION Your Vote Appreciated an. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. Re, ,nold all of Msrtin burg, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bennet, Mr. Rob- ert Baker, and Mr. Harry Baker of Inwood, Mr. Milton Baker and son of Ridgeway, Mr. Thomas Underwood of Martinsburg, Mrs. Mildred Berry and Mrs. Ala Bill Myer and daughter Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashby Jr. and sons all of Winchester. The Pall- bearers of Mrs. Williams were Messrs Robert Anders IIarold Hinton, Mayo Shiley, Grover Dun- lap, Holmes White and Ernest Watson. Mr. Leonard Vanmeter of Mar- tinsburg was a caller on Mrs. Maude Smallwood and stepson on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry have been helping Mr. and Mrs. Odis James of evenings in paint- ing the rooms of their new home on the Flowing Springs Road in which they hope to move in about the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hodges and nephew Gregory Viands of Kear- neysville were callers on Gregorys grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Henry attended a Stanley Party on Thursday night at the home of her neice Mrs. Pat Butch in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters, Donna and Tam- mie, of Leetown, were Saturday morning callers on the latter'sI parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert! Viands. Gregory Viands spent Saturday night with his grand- mother. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and sons in Balti- more, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Shiley, of Bardane, were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. Harry VOTE FOR Ashby and family. Glad to see P. BURNS, Jr. Mrs. Shiley out after undergoing surgery last week on her eye. FOR Mrs. Garland Henry attended the W.S.C.S. meeting of Oakland Church on Wednesday night at DISTRICT the home of Mrs. Mayre White in County Farmer Charles Town. Mrs. Albert Viands and daugh- YOUR SUPPORT ter, Mrs. Evelyn Wiles, and Don- BE APPRECIATED na and Tammie Hovermale have Feb. 10-TE, Pd.been victims of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins, of Kabletown, were Friday night callers on their daughter, Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daugh- YOUR VOTE ters, Joyee and Bonnie. and support will be Miss Ann Whipp, of Millville, appreciated by -- was a caller on Saturday after.: noon of her aunt, Mrs. JuUa John N. Newcomer Viands, and was telling me of the death of Mrs. Appleby, of Penn- Candidate For sylvania, and her late husband, Commissioner who was a boss at the Keystone Lime Company at Millville. They Harpers Ferry District stayed with Ann's parents, Mr. (Owner and Operator) ' Cliffside Motel) 10-tf.-pd. I Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT J. Edward Magaha --FOR-- I ABLETOWN DISTRICT Feb. 17-TE, Pd. RE-ELECT GEORGE R. CRIM FOR Commissioner DISTRICT VOTE & SUPPORT BE APPRECIATED AT THE MAY 10 PRIMARY ELECTION Feb. 24-TE-Pd. AmwOU,t aU ml wlleher, tkl OuoewlF per eN offo ksU#m $3.00 Per W Ndt ClIAJg.E5 TOWN CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. YOTE FOR & RE.ELECT 'E. "Sam" HENKLE Man With Experience Commissioner ---FROM--- IIarpers Ferry District AT THE MAY 10 I RIMARY ELECTION Mar. 3-Pd. T.E. WILL APPRECIATE 0U VOTE And SUPPORT lioward S. Koonce FOR Commissioner Ferry District l leetion Date, May 10th March 10-T.E.-Pd. Norman E. Kisner ----OF---- Nationwide Insurance says: "New fathers policy can pay benefits" NA oswuffi', new From- fly Security Plan--for "getting started" familie with small budgets pay nfore than $ times face amount. Your fam- ily could get $34,000 for a $10,000 life plan. Cost is/ow, protective highest when you need it most. Call now. NORMAN E KISNER FOR And ELECT S. HOUGH FOR Commissioner Ferry District AT THE MAY 10 VOTE & SUPPORT BE APPRECIATED ELECTION Apr. 7-T.E.-Pd. Insurance Consultant Fairfu Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. L ,. ,i ,,,,, ,and Mrs. Roland Whlpp. She well remembered in that town. Miss Judy Shirley spent Satur, day in Washington, D .C., with the girls of the F.H.A. of Charles Town Itigh. They also visited the grave of late President John F. Kennedy. Mrs. Shirley Parker, of Manas- sas, Vs., was a caller on her par- Mr. and Mr. . William Wood. ward and children, of Bakerton. were weekend callers on Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Ashhy and grandson, Bobby. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ttinton, of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcas and children, of Winchester, Va., ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton, of War- near the Bloomery. renton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Washington, D. C., Mr. Lyle Tabb, of Leetown, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler and daughter, Dianne, of Kabletown. Mrs. Lewis Rissler entered the Winchester Hospital on Sunday evening for a check-up and observation. I certainly hope she will soon be back and feeling much better. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children, Judy, Debbie, Harry, Jr., Bobble, Don. aid Lee and Rusty, of Middle ay. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands, of the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and children, of near town, were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and children, Sherri and Ronald Wayne, spent Sunday afternoon with the formers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles, Sr., and family at Loudoun Heights, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Viands and daughter, Vicki, were callers on Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Gayhart and family, in Ranson. Misses Mona and Mary Jane Wolfe, of Arlington, Va., spent the weekend with Misses Mary and Nancy Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe have moved down near Bakerton but will go back to work each day to Arlington and so will the girls go back to school until the end of the year. Vienna, Va., was that he was hold- ing his own but still unconcious and that his heart was working well. We all join in wishing Portmus will soon be on the re- covery list. Mrs. G. E. Webb Mr. Edwin G. Winters, of Harp- ~rs Ferry, is improving in Win- chester, Va., Hospital, where he has been a patient for a bad eye condition. His many friends are glad he will be home in the near [uture. Mrs. J W. Rudisill is home again after being a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital for quite some time. She is get- ting along nicely and her many friends are glad she is improving satisfactorily. We have surely had plenty of rain recently, and every one is very thankful for rain. The grass is green and beautiful at this time. There has been quite an epi- demic of flu in the home town and in nearby Virginia. How- ever, it has cleared up to some ex- I tent during the past several days. ! Mr. Ernest Webb, 80-year-oldi resident, of Baltimore Mr., is crit- tcally ill. Tie many relatlve and friends throughout this area where he has frequently visited. tte is a brother-in-law of the yriter, tie spent much of his ounger life in Virginia. Mrs. Howard Lemon, a patient in Charles Town General Hospi- tal, is getting along fine after sur- gery recently. She expects to re- turn to her home in Bolivar with- in the next few days. Miss Anne Butts ,of Loudoun County, Va., was a caller at the home of a friend in Bolivar a few days ago. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horn gave a birthday party on Sunday in honor of their daughter, Geri's fifth birthday. Twelve youngsters were present and enjoyed a very )ieasant afternoon. Geri received some interesting gifts. In observance of the Methodist Church's Bicentennial Celebra- tion members of the Bolivar, Mill- ville and Engle churches attended the play, "Warm Hearts and Sad- dle Bags," on Sunday evening in Baltimore, Md. The play depicts the church's early circuit rider ministry. Quite a number of local persons attended which is de- scribed as being very interesting. Helped Garden Dept. Ths Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes helped the Garden De- )artment this past week by clean- ! ing up the main streets and road entrances to Bolivar and Harpers Ferry in preparation for the House and Garden Tour. I Junior Troop No. 422 made Eas. ter favors for Locust Grove and Cadette Troop No. 427 made Eas- ter egg trees for the dining room i at the home. The Cadettes went bowling in Brunswick, Md., recetly and com- pleted their requirements for the Sports Badge. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Read The Spidt4dvocate SPIRIT OF Yi , lZSON i AI L'IZ ADV0( A THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 The Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate Do As Many Other Local 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 Furniture for Every Room 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 I III I i I I I I I II - WHEN YOU LOOK FOR... NOW REACH FOR... I I I III IIIII nun Ill mm Why? What makes Sunbeam so differ- ent? First of all the ingredients. There's just no better bread makings than those that go into Sunbeam. 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