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..... ; II I' I I I 1 P \ This year, make certain your dollars do something besides waiting for something to happen . . . for example, our Certificate of Deposit hatch- ing a healthy ........... II II I I II II I and Paul ttamrick and faro- CaVaher parent , ahd Mrs.' SPIRIT OF JE RSON FARMER'S ily, on Tuesday they were enter- p at ~ I Ip Stanley Eye. rHURSDAY, APRIL 28. 1966 tained at luncheon by Mrs. El. N h 1 r I Mr. Howard Ambrose accompa .... --~ wood Cheshire and (laughter, Miss " v -- -- / nied by Mr. and Mrs. Neale Am- Deborah Cheshire, on Wednesday I Mr. Wayne Welty [ brose and Larry, of Charles Town, and daughter, Joyce, motored to /an [g ~:l[/,~m~n I evening they were supper guests ~,..~o,~,~o.:,-~.,,~,,,~.~:,,f~,.,.v,,~-,,~.~l motored to Arlington, Va., to visit Washington, D. C, Saturday t.~.v L. jun~mu, w~ ~at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Le- ~*~"~'~':'~'~='~*~:~;:"*'~'~%~':*~':'~"~:*~"'~'~:~'~] friends on Sqnday afternoon, morning to meet Mr. Thomas ~ , . , p roy Cheshire, on Friday evening Mr. Steve Casper, of Norfolk, Mrs. Alva Potts and daughters,]Mler who returned home from Fa0uaTe rr0m at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wel- Va., spent the weekend with Mr. Barbara and Jean, of Harpers basic training on a two-week fur- ton Hott and family, on Saturday lough from Fort Jackson in Co- evening at the home of Mr. and l lumbia, South Carolina. Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and on Sun- Miss Sharon Lynn Thompson of day afternoon were dinner guests Martinsburg was a supper guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and son Tommy of Middleway were visitors on Sunday after- noon at the home of the former's Mrs. Carroll Greenstreet's grand- arentS,Greenwalt.Mr, and Mrs. George Gageby and family. Mr and Mrs Neale Ambrose and son, Larry, of Charles Town, were Saturday evening guests of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and small son, Parker, of Takoma Park, Md., were visitors on Sun- day, April 17, at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins. This past Sun- day Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Eva Shir- ley of Berryville, Va., who is a pa- tient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital and later celebrated Mrs. Jenkins' birthday by having dinner at the Battletown Inn in Berryville. Master Andy Hamrick left on Wednesday of last week in corn- any with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Green of Ranson, to visit relatives in Bolair and else- where in Webster County P.T.A. Meeting The Parent-Teachers Associa- tion met at the school on Thurs- day evening with a rather small atttendance. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mr. Stewart Yarbro, who also led the group in Devotions. A rou- tine business meeting followed during which the slate of new of- ricers was discussed and Mrs. Nancy Lemen was appointed as the chairman of the scholarship committee, and at its conclusion the meeting was adjourned. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- beam and family visited Mr. Lon- gerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and family in Millville over the weekend. Mrs. Dorothy Butler and daugh- ter, Ida Mary, and Mrs. Evelyn Spitzer and Miss Carolyn Delau- ter attended a Mother and Daugh- ter banquet at the Cliff side Mo- tel Restaurant in Harpers Ferry on Monday night sponsored by the Future Homemakers of Amer-' ica of Harpers Ferry High School. Miss Carol Staubs of Chevy Chase, Md., who is presently em- ployed at GEICO insurance agen- :vy, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family Thursday night and returned to Chevy Chase Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cavalier and family, of Brunswick, Md., were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foltz, of Berryville, Va., visited Mrs. Foltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bragg, Saturday after- noon. ,Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell, of Florida, and Mr. James Mitch- 'ell of Newton D. Baker Hospital, are spendiing the week with Mr~ and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb and family, of Alexandria, Va., and Mr: and Mrs. George Rowe of Rohrersville, Md., were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mohler, of Rockville, Md., were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest .Buckles. Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby ALWAYS RRfn" QUAUI~ Little Master Jerry Glassford and Mrs. Louis Miller, of Shenan- doah Junction, were visitors on Thursday at the home of Mrs. S. Take Advantage Of These ODDS And ENDS, Styles. MARSHALL THOMPSON WANTS TO CLEAN-UP A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 Former Reduced MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ITEM Price TO C. Glassford and on Saturday Jer- ry, in company with his father, Mr. George Glassford returned here to spend the day visiting his grandmother and his sister and brother, Patti and Bobby Glass- ford. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire were the former's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Potter, of Mar- tinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Chrisman and son Gary of Leetown. In Appreciation The members of the Busy Bees 4-H Club and their leaders wish to take this means of thank-! We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts 2 Men'n Dress Hats 7 Men's Dress !Shirts 12 Men's SPort Shirts ' 6.95 5.00 2.98 2.00 1.99 1.50 13 Men's LS. Mader s Shirts 5.00 3,00 weredescr,bmg.given, herWith proj ecTheresat o [JenkinS~'acK ,,=,~ng theres~d~n:s~, ~ ,,._,?f tha~iar: ~/rs 21Boys Kn t 'Shirts . 2.49 1.50 SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN o.~ ~.~t. ,, R.~*. l-l~ar~ ~iscuss- annual paper drwe a success. The .~==~.a..-~ ~,~.~.~ ~ . ~--a ing "Money Management I and collection, whmh was held on Sat- 10 Jr. Bv, Yellow R'aincoats 2.49 1.50 llb ll FOIH| & Bobby Glassford giving a demon-~ urday morning, netted more than __0.,_ ............ stration on "Watt Fun 1." szv ~or tne cmo treasury 4 Boys Stretch Jeans 3.69 2.50 By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 A pleasant recreational hour[ Those from the community was en o'ed followin- adjourn Iwn at enaed the lviasonic oan- 2 Jr. a v Suits 4.98 3.00 - " .... .... venin- at the vOjo . rIl[I, ment and delicious refreshments'~"~ o,: ....... ~ ~ s rrards --- ~--- 4-H Club Meets proved, the treasurer reported a .......... a 1,, no, ..... a X-d~, Methodist Church m Ge - The Busy Bees 4-H Club met at balance of $90.90 and several l ~,ralker ..a Carol,," Jenkins I town were Mr. and Mrs. G ady D. ......... "~'- "~r"d""saav evenin" t items of business were discussed, "'... ""~ . ~ %. ._ " .... I Owens and son, Mr Donald Ow- the ~t:uum uu ,, ~ .~ u ~ ~ ~ ..... all - " ehan e I umner guests on ~unoay at me "" - I" Alexander Dun MRS, ANN PROPPS WANTS TO CLEAN-UP be in A~mnuon was c eu to a g ens, ~vtr. ana zars - of last week w~th 19 memrs ............... home of Mms Georgmnna Glas.. ..... .......... IP-- ^----a-nce The meetin" was o" in tne aa e ior me annual COUlILy ........ 1-__ .._ ,,,..,:^.- lop, ivlr lvlrs, rtowaru ru era, a,vnua . s -'-"^'-" " '" "^ "^1" at COCK ana ner vro ner, mr. vvuq *m .. ': ..... Mi- Sal Former Reduced .... ,,...__. ,,:.._,_:_ nca u wm . wm u ..... 1. ........ Lor I vir. ana lvirs, oac ane, ss - enea oy staging wes v,r m a ..... .. . ,, ........................... "1 ITEM Price TO ............... ~the Commumty Center on Satur-1 .................... -~ Mr and he Poston and Mr. Skinner Pos- ~oys ana (~lrlS /OllOWeU ny me', no,, ~o,, q lng ~ecK~ey oz ..wuou, . ) ..... 4-H Pledge and Pledge to the I Mrs Clagett Warfield, Jr., and t~V'.~: " : ......... 3 rls Handbags 1.98 .25 Flag. The Devotions were pre-I A program perta.in~g to Spring daughter, Caroline,and Miss Ma-lp:mirSl'aJa~ec~rY~e:n~o~Ugn~err~ G: was presentea wltn uarolyn ~en sented by Kathy, DeHaven, who~ ........ : ..........:,,^a ,,,~.[ r~e Thompson, of oGai~he~burg, I visitors on Sunday at the home of 3 Girls Hats 1.98 .25 reaa an lnsplrauonal aIXlCle en- ~ms re~uulg a puvlu vu~lt, vu .,,v l~o., ivlrs, dUll~ii1 LTt~u~-~, ux oral.- ~ ....... 4.. ~. ,~.~] ~r~.c ,, ' " " S ts . 11~1 pal~,~o,~,,~ a.,, ~,--o. t~tled He Remembered Not to Year s at the Springs e y m]t Point and her son.re.law and ..... ,, ..... ' Au,rey oenmns 6 Girls Pajamas 2.98 2.00 Panic and were concluded with Walker reading Daffodils, John daughter, Mr and Mrs J G. Rus-. . . ' ..... a prayer and the Lord's Prayer. I Crane reading "God's Word" and sell, III of ~Iarrisonburg, Va. [ ~.vtr. an.a tvirs, unarms .b]m ms "A Even ' . ana tamlly WhO reslaeuin me During the business session the [Judy Walker reading t - Mr. and Mrs.. Grady J. Owens Schmidt house on the north side 1 Girls Sweater 1.98 , .50 roll was called, the minutes of the tide." Following the several and their smau aaugnter, Tracey., ,~... m ....... n ,,,~, ,~,~ last meeting were read and ap- demonstratmns and project talks y , of , ", P ,-o* ..... ,. ,^ o ..... ,- 10 Girls Blouses " " L nn Alexandria Va s eat ........... ................... 1.98 ..w ~as* " isitin at the home of "~ ..... " ................... " , ~ weez v g al"'a ..... the former's parents, Mr. and ~ ~"" ..... 1 Girls Skirt 2,98 2.00 Episcopal Churchwomen to Meet The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit will meet at 8 o'clock DST (7 EST) on Tuesday evening, May 3, at the home of Mrs. George Crim. Important business will be dis- cussed at this meeting and all members are urged to be present. The Reverend and Mrs. Clar- Mrs. Grady D. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. James Lemen spent Sunday visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Moore at their home in Charles Town. To Hold Workshop Members of the Summit Point Home Demonstration Club whose workshop which will be held at are interested in making Flemish ence Menear of Tunnelton were flowers are reminded of the~ visitors on Sunday, April 17, at the home of Mrs. Robert Light on] the home of the former's brother- 5-Pc. Infants Pla 'weax Wednesday morning, May 4. The] in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. workshop, under the direction of| Allen Glassford. On Wednesday Mrs.,Marian Myers, will begin atI of last week Mr. Raymond ienear 2 I aby Boy Hats 10 o clock DST and Will be fol-] of Berlin, N. J., was a visitor at lowed by a covered dish luncheon the Glassford home and upon his at noon. return he was accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Me- near who plan to visit in Berlin for the next two weeks. Also via- 16 Girls Slueks 2.98 2.00 1 Girls 2-pc. Pant Set 1.98 .63 3 Infants Dresses 2.98 2.00 1 Infants Dress .75 .35 5-Pr. Infants Playwear 1.00 .50 1.98 .... 1.00 1.00 .25 MRS. BETTY RODEFFER WANTS TO CLEAN-UP Former Reduced Ring Mr. and Mrs. Glassford re~ cently was the latter's brother, Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, Md. Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Church Announcements The MYF of the Engle Metho- dist Church met Monday night in the Church Hall at 7 p.m. Re- THR] LATES~ Management Course sPORT , AD Leo E. Sakeman, parts ma~i of Jefferson County Motors, a Mercury dealership in Ch~ Town, has been graduated the parts management course . 102 5 ducted by the New York Marketing Institute. 7:30, for the Family Week Pro- gram The public is invited to attend. The Engle WSCS of the Metho- dist Church will hold a rummage sale May 6 and 7 in the Men's Club at Shepherdstown. The parsonage, trustees of the Engle, Mfllville, and Bolivar Charge of the Methodist Church met Tuesday night at 7:30. R. D. Jones, institute freshments were served by Mrs. said the three-day course Charles Viands and Susie after[signed to help dealership the business meeting. I sales management determine The Official Board will meet power requirements, Wednesday night at 7:30. Let all of space, use of inventory, officials make an attempt to be purchase control systems. II present. Mark Sunday night, May 8 at!familiarizes them with the sent and future auto parts The course is one of a offered to benefit Ford and coin-Mercury customers by sizing after-purchase service better custOmer relations. are developed from methods by successful dealerships. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Poston of Gaithersburg, Md., were visitors I Ones ,Of A Kind, Discontinued MRS. DORIS STUMBAUGH WANTS TO CLEAN-UP Former Redl ITEM Price TO 6 Women's Handbags 3 Madras Handbags 4.98 27 Prs. Textured Hosiery 1.25 WITH 10 LBS. OR MORE OF NUTRO ROSE FOOD by Harold H, Allen 79~ Retail V~lu! A brand new, Informative booklet by the eminent rose authority, Harold Allen .... and it's yours free when you purchase 10 Ibs. or more Nutro Rose Food. 2.98-3.98 ITEM Price TO 1 Nylon Uniform 9.98 6.00 1 Nylon Uniform 7.98 5.00 5 Cotton Uniforms 5.98 4.00 4 Cotton Uniforms 3.98 & 4.98 3.00 1 R incoat 19.98 14.00 2 Jackets 8.98 4.00 15 Women's Dresses 2.98 - 3.98 2.00 33 Women's, Dresses8.98 5.00 14 Women's Dresses 10.98 6.00 20 Women's Dresses 12.98-14.98 8.00 5 Spring Hats 2.98 1.00 16 Spring Hats 3.98 2.00 Nutro Rose Food provides all the nutrients roses need for glowing health, beauty and color. Rich in organics plus rare elements, Helps develop blooms of prize-winning quality, Get Nutro Rose Food today, and your copy of "A Guide To Good Roses." 10 box 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN on Sunday at the home of the for- mer's brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skinner Poston. The group spent a very enjoyable day motoring down the Mrs. Loring Snapp of Winches- Valley and visiting at several ter, Va., was a visitor on Thurs- points of interest along the way. day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Colonel and Mrs. E. F. Doane, ]Marshall Jenkins and son David. Mr. and Mrs, George Crim, Mr. of Charles Town, were visitors on MRS. DOROTHY DAILY WANTS TO CLEAN-UP Former Reduc ITEM Price TO 140Yds. Rondo Percale .39 4 for 1.( 115 Yds. Material . .44 3 for 1.( 21 Yds. Printed Sadclot, h .74 2 for 1.( 190 Yds. Printed Broadcloth .59 2 for 1.( 21 Yds. Ramona Cloth .59 2 for I.( 140 Yds. Reguhted Plus .88 2 for 1.{ 10 Yds. Denim .59 2 for 1J 65Yds. Sorority-- Prints .88 2 for 1.00 48 Yds. Creme Puff 1.29.88 13.00 60 Yds. Creme Puff 1.79 27 Better Bhnkets 5.00 4 Better Bedspreads 8.88 5 Queen Size Sheets 3.98 7 King Size Sheets 5.29 I0 Rug I unners 4.00 3 Rug Runners 8.00 3 Rug Runners MRS. VIRGINIA HOFFMASTER -WANTS TO CLEAN-UP Friday evening at the home of the latter's aunt, Mrs. Bonn W. Crim aod her daughter, Mrs. Clif- ford Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byrd, of Connecticut, were visitors on Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda. ITEM 4 Men's Western Shirts 2 Childrens Shoes 7 Girls Oxfords 4 Girls Pigskin Shoes 9 Womens Flats 16 Womens Flats 15 Womens Heels 9 Womens Heels 9 Womens Wedge Oxfords 19 Men's Shoes -9to5 Telephone 725-5113 Revival Services Revival services, conducted by and Mrs. Stuart Crim, Mr. Ed- ward Magaha and Mr. Harvey Kercheval were among those at- tending the Meet.Your-Candidate gathering, sponsored by the Dem- ocratic Executive Committee and the Democratic Association, which was held on Wednesday evening of last week in the Club. house at the Charles Town Race Course W.S.C.S. to Meet the Reverend Dale E. Palmer of The Women's Society of Chris- Memphis, Tenn., were held each tian Service of the Methodist evening last week and were very Church will meet on Wednesday well attended. During his stay evening, May 4, at the home of in the community the Reverend Mrs. John Laycock. Mr. Palmer and his hosts, the Reverend and Mrs. Millard Wil- liams, were entertained by a number of families in Summit Point. On Monday they were sup- per guests at the home of Mr. 60 TO CHURCH SUNDAY Penney's S re Hours -- Mon..Tues.-We &.Thurs. Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate Former Red Price TO 3.98 3.99 3.99 5.99 2.99 4.99 5.99 7.99 7.99 9.99 & 10.99 ..... J Fri. & Sat. - 9to9