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May 5, 1966

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? t KEEP IT UNDER YOUR HAT! It lust our size A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts l A District WS.C.S meeting was L Am~m,m pumetm .......... -[held at Frostburg, Md., all day on Mmann,WAV | Wednesday. Those attending a.H~mWm..m-WW / | from this section were Rev. and Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Charles Reckley, Miss Clemye Baker, Middleway, Mrs. Theof the Middleway Church met on Wed- afternoon at the church. were elected with Mrs. Frye as president, Mrs. Er- Watson, vice president, Mrs. White, secretary, and Clemye B~ker, treasurer Ben Vorous has returned to from the Winchester Hospital where he had under observation and tests. and Mrs. Grover Dunlap the weekend with their and son-in-law, Mr. and Glenn Br~ithwaite and fam- of Dover, Dela. Oral HUghes, Kabletown, Mrs. Goldie Dunn, Summit Point, Mrs. John Rissler, Oakland. Deepest sympathy is extended the Charles Mobley family. Their year-old son was buried on Sat- urday afternoon in the Masonic Cemetery at Middleway with services having been heId at the Melvin Strider FUneral Home by the-Rev. Clark Elliott. Mr. Harry Baumgardner was taken back to the Charles Town General Hospital on Monday. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Poston and family were Mr .and Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus, Rippon and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Grimm and son, of Alexandria, V~Ir.~ and MYS. J~ck Leatherman, of Hagerstown, Md., spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring. A good delegation from the Middleway Methodist Church at- tended the qquarterly meeting at the Leetown Methodist Church on Thursday evening. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Watson Mr. and Mrs. Grover Dunlap, Mr. Paul Ring, Mr. Holmes White and Miss Clemye Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes White visited Mr. and Mrs. Sager, Kernstown, Va., on Sunday after- noon. The Middleway Methodist Church is planning a supper on Saturday, May 14, starting at 5 o'clock at the church. The menu t Opening day of the Eastern Pan I Sunday dinner ~uesM, of, Mr. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FMtMERS ADVOCATE will consist of turkey or ham and handle Saddle Club redio was and Mrs. Herbert Chamb!iri were | THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 C--5 all the trimmings. This is being held Sunday, May lst., Local peo- Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKee and sponsored by the Building Fund. ple attending were Mr. Howard family, Mr. and Mrs Donald Our community was well repre- O. Bush, daughter, Sue Ellen, Bob AmiCk and son of Wincl~ester, Vs. seated on Monday evening at the and Cecelia Bash and George Mr .and Mrs. Robert Florance Charles Town Senior High when David. and children of Hillsboro, Vs., quite a few girls took part in the Fashion Show and modeled the clothing they had made in home economics. Quite a number of parents were present for this oc- casion from Middleway. Mr. Marshall Stickles remains a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mrs. M anna Smallwood Faithful attendance awards were presented Sunday, April 17, to the following members of the Kabletowwn Sunday School: First Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Higgs, Silver Spring, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson of Keys FerryI Road and Mrs. Margie Good, Berkeley Place were Monday even ing dinner guests of Mr. Arthur Webb and daughte_~. The ladies are sisters of Mr. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Staubs and family moved in the Aites house on Fairfax Blvd. last week. Mr. and Mrs. David Webb and Mr. Linden Carol and Donnie Mill er, of Ranson. In the afternoon Mrs. Chamblin gave their son Her bert Jr. a party in honor of his 9th birthday with the mentioned guests present and also his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenk ins, Ann, Treasa, Michael and Julia Gore Ranson Sandra, Carol Ann, Mary, Betty and Tammy Wiley all of Ranson. A beautiful three tier birthday cake was baked by Mrs. John Bradley and ice cream was served Herbert received many nice and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asbury Jenkins in Summit Point Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Webb visited their year piths to Mrs Woodrow Ad- - ..... .... brother.m-law and sister Mr. and ams ana iv~r AtDert i~zeoaemus; ,,-_ ~, .... ~,,~,-~ ~- ~,-,.--,-- _ __ _ ~. ,._ ulb J.~lit~un vr4~l~ll ul D~tI~A$1LUII secoml year wream m i~amy Sunda "e ........ y az moon Mrs we~sn re- White and Donna Wh;te; bars to .... ..'" ..... Susan Mercer, Derobah and Patmrnea some ~rom the .nosp.ltai Ueal Linda Joan and Larry last week. She is lmprovmg mce- Rouss, Melvin Ris'sler, Chubby ly. ............. .., ....~ r,~en..^ mool,. ~...., /~l[[le Tim and uusan WODD ~te'~ic~i Penwel'l~~1~d' SueS~f- have been quite ill with the flu. I'~" U,;~h ElM 3rd. Class Boyd Daivd ~':.--T'" . ...... Maya returned to San Diego, Calif ~onnle Ann is me name oI the, ft ......... . ~ er a ~v nay save spem wire elght pound baby girl born last]hi~ ,~are-*- Mr and Bo,~,a week to Mr. and Mrs Walter[~a.~ ....... ~" Painter, Avonwood Dairy Farm,| Mr FUll ~t~ Al~vsndvls ~a in the Charles Town General Hos- ] s..^"n'." .'~'~" .-_:';.~_'~-L~'X-;_~Z' A=" h h v "] P~: ~ ttl.t: wt:t:r..-~tiu wt~lt lit~ ~lxu- pital T ey a e one other child, ther Mr~ Louise ]]efitz a son I M' .... rs Jtldy Rodenb and two dau- .......... I g ters of New Jersey are v~ztmg Karl Kohout is spending sev- h " ' eral clays wltn sis parems, Mr./hoi-n~.a.t Mr ~.J ~,- ~,.*-~ and Mrs Frank Kohout, Dover, ::=:Y ...... ' ..................... ." . . . t~lazze Del., prmr to h~s bemg redacted.. " .......... i,,,- ~ .... ~,i~, Mr. Marlin t~lalze apl two aau- ................. ghters, Mrs Judy Roden0 and On Sunday night, May 15, at Mrs. Donna Faye Johnson visited eight o'clock, Rev. Augustus his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Barnes from India will be guest Dennis Glaize ta Huntingtori, W. speaker on Jefferson Charge. Va. last weekend. Services will be held in the Lee- Mr. Thomas Kemp is a patient speedy recovery. town Church The speaker will in the Winchester, Va., hospital ... soon be returning to his native He had surgery on Monday. '[ land after having studied at the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simonsl M. Sgt. H~rd W,, Hoff Methodist Wesley Seminary. visited his father and step-mother May Fellowship Day will be ob- Mr. and Mrs Ernest Simoris Sun~ '"~'~'~%''~'*' Course.," served Friday, May 6, beginning day afternoon. at 10:30 a.m. in the Parish Mrs. May Keiter spent Sunday House of Zion Episcopal Church. afternoon with Mrs. Mabel Perks A representative of the Job 1 Mrs. William Honk, Halltown, Corps Will be speaker. I Mrs. Frank Simons and two sons The Kabletown W.S.C.S. will Michael and Mark attended the meet Wednesday night, May 11,, Apple Blossom, Friday. at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I Mrs. Avis Grim helped to serve M. L. Adams, St., Rippon. Mem- lunch to the General Board mem bers are urged to be present as bers of the PentecoastaI Church special service wilt be conducted, l of Christ held at the Bolivar Also as plans aare to be made forI Church Saturday. The overseers an occasion in June. were the Rev. Chester Miller, Rev. Mrs. Thomas Wolford resumed Thomas Dooley, Rev. Lindsay her work as secretary in the of- Hayes all of Ohio and Rev. E. L. fice of WXVA after being absent t Cryus of Flatswood Ky., Rev. and for a week due to a virus Her Mrs. A. E. Kerns, Virginia Beach daughter, Laura Ann, returned to] Va., were all present. school after being absent for over Mrs. George James flew to a week due to the same reason. Florida Friday to accompany her Miss Marie Penwell of Philadel husbafid home this week. phta, Pa. spent the past weekend Would like to extend sympathy with her grandparents, Mr. and to Mrs. Brown Rissler in the Mrs. Thomas Penwell. Her young er sister Vickie, spent Thursday night of last week with her mo- ther, Mrs. Robert Crozen of Boy- ce, Va. and on Friday night with her aunt, Mrs. Helen Owens, Berryville. Riley Thompson accompanied by Mrs. Elsie Grey and her grand son, Jimmy Gray of Meadow Brook were visitors Sunday after noon of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel een Grey, Martinsburg. We are glad to hear that Duane Willingham six month old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willingham Winchester is now off the critical list. He will be discharged from the Hospital this ~week, SAMPLE OFFICIAL BALLOT 'RIMARY ELECTION TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1966 death of her brother, Mr. Hocken smith Mrs. Edith Thompson of Mar- tinsburg visited Mrs. Gladys Pul- se Thursda. y evening. Mr. and ~rs. J. R. Writt and family moved to Washington, D. C. Their baby was removed to a hospital there, and is doing very well from the burns she received in the fire of their trailer, several weeks ago. Miss Becky Pestum of Middle- way was a supper guest of Miss Sharon Pulse. Mrs. Frank Ranalli called on Mrs. Gladys Pulse Monday even- ing. Celebrates 9th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Costello personnel and resource mahage- ment course for supervisor~ at Seymour-Johnson AFB, N. C. Sergeant Hoff, a B.52 Strato Fortress gunner, is assigned to Seymour-Johnson as a member of the Strategic Air Command which keeps the free world's mightiest missile and jet bomber force ready to counter the enemy threat. Th~ sergeant is ~ gradhate of St. Johhs High School, Frederick Md. His wife, Jenny, is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudioph Haas of Bert, N. D. Attend Church Sunday Subscribe To,The ~zLrit~A_d~ and family recently called on his paireiits Mr. and Mrs. Edward ----AND.... Costello. LeeSUnday visit0rs of Mr. and MrS.Brown were Mr. and Mrs. T(#S ARt:.." Leo Lewis, Winchester, Va., Mr vv~lil lltJ~l_~r.~i)~i:~ OF--- arid Mrs. Paul Ring and daughter of Middleway. Mrs. Bertha Sim- ... l~r~x~ XIT~,r~,D.~I~ ons called on Mrs. Brown Tues- day MOnday.. ift 1:~ ~.~~' Mrs. Earl Whittington was a ~ dinner ~est of her daughter and fatally Mr: and Mrs. Ben Magaha ~ - Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Edwards Pamper.Mother Her With of Leetow~ p~hased the proP- erty formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trail on 5th Ave. Nice From--- MrS. Daisy Deavers will continue -=-z-~ Gift t6 live there. Mrs. Joseph Robey and son, ETT'S In CHarles TOwn Allen of Wiflchester, Va. called on Mrs. Daisey Deavers, Monday. ........ " Little Eugene Camden is a sur. gi~l patient in the Charles Town General Hospital, we wish him a ---AT-- CHARLES TOWN STORE FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS Seymour'Johnson AFBForce Goldsboro, N. C. - Master Sergeant Howard W. Hoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Hoff of Jefferson Ave., Charles Town, has completed a special at a mo t fle P 1966 Impala Sport mote 9 i: To Vote for a Cahd ate Makb Aft X ih the Square Opposite to and to the Left of His or Her Name Vou',e mat s ne and better si.ce 'e: A more No. I order~ . NATIONAL T CKET STATE TICKET COUNTY TICKET DISTRICT TICKET A fail: irlinsniisslon as stan~d. - A Tin;be ~issiqn available. ~O~--U~II'EE~ fridAYS ~Ig~&'l'O~1 -----F~~;E~P~T&I~y OF 8T~,~g " FOR-OOUNTY-COMMISSIONI~--- --MID~I~WAY--~I~ Deep-tw ~ m~lel. (Furl1 Ter~) 1 (U~mal~h, ed Tat'm) ~ Fi~g~Y DIl$~ SU6T/Ci~ OF ~ ~ Six-mon~ lubrication intervals. (Vote For One) ] (Vote F~ O~e~ i (V~ For One) (U~ ~ -Self-adj~ .... L..J . w.w. " I w.w. L_I LJ .... / -- O SIbNl Up to S" r il~,creased leg and head room. ................ A smoother ; u nsion. I I W~!~ ~g", W. V~t. [ I I ~ W. V~. KABI3ETOWN DIS~ "---'~~ New round ~ dS*npeners throughout. ~30~~--'--'---/ 8F2qAT~ ,r~KE'T,~ ,., (Vote Foe,One.) M~DDI~WK~ i~.~ A loner !~ ' ft~t~e imi treitd. . ~it~ ~ ~ [ FOR STATE B~.~NATO~ ~ I (UnexPired Term) Items you ~ eh ~ AM-FM Mult~lex Stereo r~lio, I au~omldie I hea~g aud iir oning, and d T|lt-telescopic steeling z ,e that flits (Vote For One) ~ Full Term Standard safety items, on all ~ls. including front and rear seat belts, ~-~ E] __~ &. ---------- only). , (Vote For One) (Vote For One) ~ lights, win~ietd washe~, ~dff~ instrument panel, paddmi visors, 2.speed eleett~e .... W. Va. / : t wipers, mirror, ~atter,resistant inside mirror and non-glare Wiper arms. in] ~ L" ~ | L.J ~t~v~a-~ W. V~,. 1 ! 1 -----Y (Use them t0, best lidV~n~e.) COUNTY OF J~, 'r~wl~: I, Mary L. ~~t. ~ ~f ~ Z~tit Ck>t~ of Jeffersor~ Cott~9, and as ~ CA~airman ~x-Ofltiao ~f t~o Board ~f ~ ~o~s. do ,he.reb~ e~ ',they ~h~t ,the ~oregoi~ i~ ~ t~ue o0~y of ~e Ofl~.a~ ~a~t for ~ ,pol~$iea~ ~[~v~sl~ns ~o be vend at ~te Pr~y ,Eleotio~t o be ~eld I~RY L ]~IGGLEy~N, Clerk of tim ~t C.~r~ m~i EZ-Offte~ ~ ~ ef uemmtmtee . 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