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I4arry Jones, Mrs. Glenn Mrs ..... 1 .... 1 ~ He would like to hear from his [erlin, Mrs. J. C. Diggs, of . .;aura Bay lss ana ~aml y, o~ F~ienn~ Hie address is ,~ Berryville, Ya., Mr. and Mrs~ "C:."~" D ~ ... "~r 1 ] lle, Va., and Mrs. Robert Charley Hare and son, Rusty, ,0ft ~:r_~:.. onaia L: ~e a_va o . ] )h Smith, Jr., attended a Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Lin- I z~/~ol ~econa ~. N. ~ Marines of St. James Episcopal wood Swam, of Middleway, were- L E. Compan~ Third Blt: . in Warrenton, Va., on Fri- Sunday guests at the home of Mr.| ...... t~are of Jr:r:.u ~an rranc~sco, and Mrs. Herman Swartz. ]~amornla, ~oouz. Lee Nicodemus was Chuckle Adams is confined to | SEt. and Mrs. Harold Carter the Charles Town Senior his home with the flu |and two sons, Michael and Jeff- that went on a sightseeing Mr ann M,' D-,*iel ~a~,,ao | rey, spent this weekend with the " ........... " nd Mrs a "" latters' parents, Mr. a . in Washington, D. C., re- mus nd daughter, Less Keys, Mr. Uar~:, ~a,t.i,~ -~ Shenandoah and Mrs Harry Nicodemus, Jr, ;" ~. ........... l~r. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha, of Roger Lee Nicodemus, Jonathan JU~C~mnnd Mrs Harold Carter k, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Whittington, Dennis Whittington __~.~ : " . ". .... wer nda ~ ~,,,~,~ ,,,~+o ann two sons le~t on ~unuay m Adams were among the e Su y mgh, o-vw- ~ ..... e Twirlers, who attended at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aus- move to Long Island, N. Y.. wher Frolics" in Purcelle- tin Nicodemus Sgt Carter was transferred re- " cently from Camp LeJeune, N. C. Va., Friday night The Recent visitors at the apart- Mr. and Mrs. David Housden I terville, attended the wedding MX$. Austin Nicodemus. " " i ter Lloyd and also Mr. and Mrs. I an4 the Iron Curtain countries Marsha and Lisa were Sunday [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAIhYIEI ADVOCATE ~ I,i |" Episcopal Church, Trenton, N. Y.,and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo who was Nancy and Gwynne, of Berry-' ,Bell and family /THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 I~--_~7:,were I and reception of a friend at the Denny L. Cereval0," son of Mr. ' Lloyd Burner and two children, I that should hold interest. [ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank | : ~ ~ ----.------ Mr. and Mrs. Seward Pope, of i stationed in Okinawa, Japan, for ville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Richard "THE SLENDER THREAD"] Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and Berkeley Springs, spent the week- daughter, of Austin Nicodemus Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. the past three months, has been Lloyd and son, Rickey, of Charles Showing Wed.. Thur., May 4.51 daughters, Donna and Gale Ann end with the iatter's parents, Mr. [ Sunday visitors of the latter s par- Garland McFillen, Mrs. Ruth Bell shipped to .... Vietnam and arrived Town, were Sunday afternoon Once again, the telephone plays and sons, Frankie and Guy, of and Mrs. Carl Wiley. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and son. Larry, of Brucetown, Va., last week m Chu-Lm, Vmtnam. guests at the Lloyd home. a vital role in creating a taut of- Bakerton, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and t and family. was Joe Lewis, of Texas. Ruth R. Smith, o( West University, and Edward of University of Sis- ment of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe were Mr. Briscoe Rieley, Mrs. Daniel Lutz and daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., and Fine finish spray schedule .with KARATHANE highly successful have followed the Fine Finish SPray Schedule recom- aended by Penn State during 1965 and included KARATHANE LC for the suppression of mites and control of mildew. We we Were highly successful and certainly plan on its use in 1966." Foreman, Ontalaunce Orchards Leesport, Pa. Ir. Hoffman's experience with iB typical of .. that of many apple growers throughout the nation. K ATHA rm alone packs the 1"-2 punch of both a mitieide and a fungicide. Used as a wet- table powder or liquid concentrate it controls powder: mildew and ites. Now available at farm sup- IHRRS ~ atore~, PHILADELPHI~ PENNSYLVMqlA lillO~ ~lt&l~ANi~ is a trademark. Re. O.S Pat. Off. and i. ~igcipal foreign countries. KARATHANE FOR MITE CONTROL ToA YoUng Man On His Way Up And To Some Who Have Already Arrived Decisio as to where to build your home is a diffi- Cult one. You can take a corner off your father-in-law's if you don't mind flies and earthy smells from the joining pasture! ott can buy a bargain lot along the highway and have that passivg motorists will watch out for your Lild :en and your pets. OR Yau can find a few secluded acres along a cotmtry lane have your own little Utopia until someone decides put an oil storage plant across the reed: : : : OR build in town and take a chance that your nexi neighbor doesn't like to run his power mower early y mornings. ..... OR can investigate Steamboat Run, the 330 ac ned community on the Potomac River along the aepherd Grade Road, outside Shepherdstown. gteamboat Run offers the quiet enjoyment of one acre larger, homesites, protected by deed restriction, ainst the nuisances of non-conforming land a e, " portant in a County without any zoning. Run offers a lovely stretch of the Potoma< shoreline dedicated to all its property owners m Permanent park; plus several miles of bridle path a community pasture for your hinge. this unusual film of the hunter turned hunted offers viewers' a tour of some of the most unusual and son, of Shenandoah Junction, l country on the earth. In Africa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden where no commercial footage had and two sons, of Charles Town,' been shot before. Rare tribal mu- Mrs. Molly Hillard were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell and two sons~ Raymond and Jimmy, of Charles Town were Sunday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony CeraValo. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family were guests at the home of Mrs. George Breeden, of Charlestown, on Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and three daughters, Teresa, Kathy and Shelley, and Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell and two sons, Jimmy and Raymond, of Charles Town, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hun- fering loaded with suspense. I the former's mother, Mrs. NellieI ~~I~:i~:~~,'~*~- Skilled performers Sidney Poitier,[ Oden anad son, Billy. t and Anne Bancroft capture the ] Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt, of t~ ~ ~.]D V g~ IT ~ PR~VI~fsN0V[~ tension of an expert screenplay Chestnut Hill, were Sunday visi-[~ JP U/1% I O U 1~ that is based on a true-to-life in- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Gui fordli !)~1~ ~1~ ~lU~l~l'lll ~]1~1~[~ cident and conveys it in capable Turner and family " and thrilling fashion to an audi- Mrs. James Hostler is a patient HOT WATER NOW ADDED ence that will be caught up from at the Charles Town General Hos-|| n~x vv~,,,~ .t-o.~w ~u~,u By Kani Lane, Mgr. " the very start, with relief coming pital. We wish her a speedy re-I| CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR only following the almost unbear- covery. II OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA Charl:s Washington Theatre able climax. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Hugh Wiley of'the 11 r~,nr~T~ ~ ~ ~a~r~ r~ ,-~ r~'a ~, ~.