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Charles Town, West Virginia
May 12, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 12, 1966

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Marianna Smallwood Service her son, David, who died seven ~ear~ ago. TWO potted flowers ad been placed by her on the church altar on Mother's Day also in memory of her son. Mother's Day was observed dur- ing the devotional period at Sun- day School. The Children's Choir morning worship service presented a special number, held Sunday, May 15, at 8 "Mother Is So Precious." The Rev. Augustus Barnes, from I children under the supervision of Will be guest speaker at the! Mrs. Woodrow Adams had made Methodist Church carnatioils during craft hour on r the Jefferson Charge. Saturday and these along with an- bemonstratton Club Notes otser floral arrangement were Oral B. Hughes will be presented to each lady present on Thursday, May 19, at with a corsage being presented to e, Avon Hill. Mrs. George the eldest mother present, Mrs. : will lead the lesson, Joshua Clipp, and to the young- sts and Their Works." eset mother, Mrs. Al Kibbler. The Friday, May 20, members of intermediate class members made club are to assist with folders to present to their distribution, mothers. Johnston of near Charles Carroll Sealock returned to ~ho spent the past week- work last Thursday wit hthe Rit- his cousin, James Johns- ter Construction Company, Ber-I was unable to attend ryville, after having been absent Monday due to a badly lac-since the previous Saturday due hand the result of a fall on to a fractured rib. He tripped and fell Recent visitors of Robert How- with the weight of his ell, Jr., and family, Rose Hill lling on his outstretched Farm, were his mother, Mrs. left hand came in con- Rosie R. Howell and sons, David With a broken glass causing and Rufus, and friend, Bill Johns, which ~ required five all of Manassas Park, Va. to close. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes accompa- Johnson, daughter of Mr. Rinehart Johnson, Front nied Mrs. Charles Reckley on a freshman in Rad- Wednesday, April 27, to Frost. Radford, Va., has burg, Md., where they attended Mrs. Waiter Burdick, a former resident of thi~ community now i'esiding with her family in Elk- ins, announced the opening on Monday, April 25 ,of the Barber- ette Beauty Salon. Shehas hadI 15 years as a licensed State ap- !proved beautician Our congratu- ations are extended to Virginia Lee, owner and operator of the shop. We join with many others wwish for her great success in this operation. Mrs. Mary Betty Wiley was an overnight patient Wednesday in the Charles Town Hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Basil R. Clipp of Alexandria, Va., were guests Sun- day afternoon of his mother, Mrs. Joshua Clipp. Later in the eve- ning her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush, Charles Town, were also callers. Mrs. Elmer Dillow, Dry Bridge Farm," accompanied her daugh- ter, Mrs. Merle LaRue and family of near Charles Town to Hanover, Pa., where they spent the week- end with the former's son, Billy Sowers and familY. Mrs. Charles R. Langdon and mother, Mrs. Frank Gardner, were Mother's Day guests of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe Hayes and family, of near Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford and children were guests Satur- from a sixteen hun- the 25th annual meeting of the day evening of his aunt, Miss student body to represent Woman's Society of Christian Frances Mallard who entertained 'c at a dinner at Shady Rest, near lass in the Student Court. Service of the Hagerstown Dis-t Was eligible for the Dean's trict. ! Martinsburg. Others who enjoyed being absent from class the occasion were Miss Mallard's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Sr., her neph. ew, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Jr., and son, Scott and Mrs. Les Wolford all of Martinsburg. After returning to the senior Wolford home a family portrait was taken by a local photographer. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. Henryl Clipp were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough, two sons, Ranson; Mr. Daniel Clipp, son, Danny, of Berryville, Mr and Mrs. tSanley Dillow, Mr. George Smallwood ,of Berryville, Mrs. James Nicholson, of Stephens City, Va., Miss Vickie Penwell. Miss Dorothy Lake Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire were Mrs. Pittman Rus- sell, of Williamsport, Md., Mrs. Hazel Rasch, of ttagerstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and sons, of Charles Town, and Mr. Eeal Wiltshire, of Ranson. Sunday guests of Misses Rosie and Marguerite Pesrucci were Mr and Mrs. Louis Petrucci and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood and children, Tina and Tanya, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. George Helman, of Randallstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daughter, Rebecca. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam were Mr. Gran- vel Longerbeam and children, Granville, Jr., Clayton and Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and childresn, Donna Jean and Randy, of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs Norman James, of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam and children, Tommy, Linda, Di- ane and Kathy, of Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughters, Tracey and Robin, Mrs. Douglas Kelican and chil, i dren, Sandra, Brenda, Dickie, Ke- via a~d Terry~ Of Ranson. Members of the HYF of the Millville Methodist Church gave a flower to each mother present at the morning worship ~ervice. Mrs. B. W. Hoffman received a flower for the oldest mother pres- ent and Mrs. Layapole received one for being the youngest mother. I wish to thank the voters of Jefferson County for their spenldid vote given me in 'Tuesday's Prima v Election. I deeply appreciate the expression of confidence shown and that I may continue to merit your suppol . SINCERELY, Repub ean Nominee FOR state Senate (Unexpired Term) W. VA. 16th SENATORIAL DISTRICT May 12-1t-pal. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 B--5 WAITERS -- WAJTRESSES (FULL or PART TIME) $75 to $115 Weekly. $25 to $40 Weekends ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT Soon To Open In Harpers Ferry -- Male or Female COOKS For Hilltop House And Towne House Restaurant COUNTER MAN For Coffee Mill Restaurant -- In Harpers Ferry NIGHT At Hilltop House In Harpers Ferry -- Hours: 11-7 Call For Appointment: ILL HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-6321 May 5-2t- an accident this past win- her foot was badly she could not meet this requirement. George Wines, of Henry met with an accident Friday evening about 7 while moking the lawn. parked the reeker with motor running when the came off just as she was in front of the machine. cut one 'lag below the After applying a tourni. she was rushed by Henry to a physician in Berryville. Cloud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cloud, Sr., is a member graduating class at West University, Morgan. On Friday he was one of students of the College.of and Forestry attend- annual Honor Convention 'La new W. Va. U. Forestry~ Kabletown Church Memo. received a gift from Clipp in memory of O Ame~lll'l |lleII woabOro Ihl htmJ~ Yov eos a~oelL $3.00 Per Week Cll. U TOWN GAS CO., !14. North Charles Strut TOWN, W. VA. TAKE YOUR "PRICELESS" VACATION John P. Merchant :::::::::::::::::::::::::: I I Donald S. No~nd I ? tOus earnings add to travel fund. Have radney to home blll,free Start v~ ~ . . " hen savm~s now. S art[ng today we can serve you better. The sawdust is gone and the paint brushes are packed away so we can now invite you to come see our new Chevrolet Sales and Service Center. Everything's as bright and shiny as the Chevrolet Workpower trucks and many cam we sell, Caprice, Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy II, Corvair and Corvette. Come in and browse. Meet; knowledgeable salesmen. Skilled service technicians. Drop by soon. 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