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_ ny, were supper guests of Mrs. ray, of Halltown, and Mr. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Houser ~ *:~%~m church for dates and available in- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE n Helen Bowers and son, Stevie, IAnton, of Charles Town. and daughters, of Hagerstown, P Li ~ IP,, formation, mT.TTrJo~.v ~m.~ .,, ~.,.~ T, ,~ ~1 Friday evening, t~ Mrs. Nathaniel Gray was a re-IMd., were Saturday guests of his r N |'II | r .... " ~nwr~v~, ivan1 ~, ~uoo D--~ n Recent dinner guests of Mr. cent visitor with Mr. and Mrs. lparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest == m, v i == Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and .... Mrs. Bernard Ott i and Mrs. Wallace art and family, Charles Gray, of Ranson, andt Houser and Vicki. Mr. Wayne Welty daughter, Sandra, of Armel, Va., ...... ..~_~.,~.w~..--.. .......... ~ , were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Mrs. William Whitmore, of nearl Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson ~~~yQ~ visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove Ih, A d II HI ~::~ ~'~'~"~:"";~'::'~ ~;~:~'~ ':' ~ Sr of Ranson and Mrs Ravmond Charles Town / and sons, of Harpers Ferry, were . .. . . on Sunday Mr and Mrs Paul II 'WinehesterHospital Gifft and son's Darren an'd Ste-] Mr ~nd Mri~ H~rr-Din,,es andlSaturday evening guests of Mrs. Miss ooyce ~ag.eoyana Mr. Grove and" family, of Martins- liviva iJ--d,~alililil] ........... J o " " er ~s Dorothy Bowers entered phen, of ttalltown, lchildren, Ricky and Sonny, oflRbeertwatsn. . ... ~:~mDemrY 2~ero Vlo~lte~iran~IJer~ burg, also visited Mr. and Mrs. ~~~ V~#~~|! ~][ Winchester Memorial ttospi- Master Gregory Watson, son of'Charles Town, were visitors on'_ Mrs. ~iloert Shaoe.ot ~aartins- ~.~P,P~]. s~o+..~,. ,.= ~.. ,,,niAlton Grove on Sunday. ~ d! on Wednesday and on Friday Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, will Sunday evening of Mrs. Nathaniel DUrg was a gues~ at lvlr: an(1 Mrs. le'Yloler'and an ]iv "'o'f[ --~ ----------: erwent sur~ervWe wish her ~o+ur- ~ school -n Mend~v aete- Gra- a-a visitors on Sunday were t~narne uaugnerty on ~unaay. m . ~ ~, [ ~ ~ =mi=mmm~ =~==m====., eedy recovery: I)eing" a~)sen( for the "'last two, Mr.'andS'Mrs. Eddie Moler, Mrs.. Mrs~ Hug.h Stillwellj Mr. and Charles Town_ ..... 1 ........... , .~ T x~r~, ~,~,~,~-[~n Laster Timothy Anders of Ran ...... t.o A,,,, +~, m .... Martin Grimes and children Mar- Mrs. Joe ~tmwell an(~ Larry ~tm- Mr. ~teve tmsper, stauoneo In[ ~ (; H I~'~ W I~ [, ~ /]3 VV liXl(~l-I i%~/P~l% Lspent Wednesday with his "~L"i't~le"~Miss ""Kelley Williams, !t-a, 13"faine -an(l -Jin]my~- anti Mr. well, of Martinsburg. were Sun- N orfolk,.Va., with.the Navy: spent/ ............................. :~.uparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis]Robert Li'nton ,of Charles Town, (lay guests at Mrs. ~loren~. ~tun- me weeKen~ wit ~ar. ana Mrs./ g~D~4~ 2~4-,1, AI, "I~Tl~.T1r'f,711.1.1.1~D.C:~ ~E)V d 0it William~ ,e ~qles Trailer Court ] Mr ~nd Mrs Irvin~ Gray and son ion anu mr. anu mrs. tmarms Clifford Spitzer and famuy. | ~xl~l~z~k ~tl[ ~'~'~lvl:~l~o2-~,z ,ec~n+ ~,;oi+ .... ~,. ~,~,q ~,.~ Chnrlpe Tau~n e~an+ R~h~rduv~ Robbi,~ Of Ranson and Mrs Da- t Knott and son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long r-/ .......... o ............................... ~. ........... ~ ..... " " 1 Pitts " v" " o to, or ...........,~ ....... ~,h+ ,,,~,~, ~ ...... ~a-,~ ,,nel,~ vid Penwell and children Jud-I Mr. Shlrey Furtney of - beam and family lsRed Mr. L n-~ ~ i~~i~[[ i~~ ~ i 'e ~a','":~' ~' ~":._'~.~:~' ~S"a,'~'"Ylr:" U~-a"l'lace "'Oft" and Jeanne Linda Anne and' Terr~'l burgh, Pa., and Mr. Charles furt- gerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mrs.[ ~ ~ ~ i i[ | t [IF Ill ~ ~ ,M ~..~.~....n~+ ..... n a~..~ f~il, " nf 14alltnwn Iney of Cumberland and Mr. and Thomas Longerbeam and famly,~ ~~i~i'~i~ ~~imm ~m~ii~ ihaniel"G~a~'anT~r's"Bernar~ ""'J":'~': .......... v":'-~" Ke'"- ....... r nd n / Mrs George Ludwig and daugh- in Millville Saturday and Sunday[ ' . y u . VlSltOrs tms past week wltn wit. ~trs. nnetn /4.hUe s a so , , ..,~" ~ tL~,4,~,,o..ill,~ .,.~.~ ~,,~A~,, .. ,~,~i,~,.~ , Halltown. and Mrs. David Penwell and fat- T~mothy, of Ranson, were recent 1 .... u. w o.n c - lio. THE ONCE-IN-A-YEAR SALE WITH ONCE-IN-A-LII ETIME- VALUES. " " " ii d " .................................. and Mrs AltonMuse and ely were Mrs Wflham Shfley andv s tars of her parents, Mr. an I ....... " " "% ""~-"'~; ~" ...... " Y' """ "- " ......... " ........ Mr Bernard Ott neuter, anu zamliy, el ~runs, WlCK, lvlfl., r~aren, rtlminy ann r~en aaugnter, oanle, MISS oennner s " " Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and visited Mrs. Cavalier s parents, ~-- ~-~-~ - ~- Mrs. James Watson and son, son motored to Vanelesville on Mr. and Mrs Stanley Eye, Sunday v~-l--e. ~u]~A l~J.~ zt-l-'c. 1~1~ l~uUiVl L Best Actor--Lee Marvin Best Actress -- Julie Christie Together On The Same Pro,gram. JUI.18 CHI18TIe PrODUCeD BY JosePH 0annl DirecTeD BU dOHn SCHLeBInGeP screenpLa9 B9 FPeDePIC PaPHseL. as~ooa~ ~0~uee~ v,o'o~ tunoon . Model 7255 Only Lawn Boy gives you 4.Way Finger.Tip Mowing Ease Ffnger.Tip Start/rig---Instant, effortless starting with a flip of your finger|. It's the wodd's easiest starting power mower engine, Finger-Tip Handling -- Lightosl weight -- easiest to handle, Light, strong magnesium alloy housing, Adjustable handle. Finger.Tip gag Attachment --- Big grass and leaf catcher bags snap on and off with no tools. Opens ;l back for easy emph,|ng. I Finger-Tip Height Adjustment -- Wheel height levers instantly ad- just for cutting gross at six levels from I to 3 inches. By the makers of Johnson and Evinrude Outboard Motors. SEE AlL THE NEW LAWN BOY MOWERS TODAY! J. EDWARD MAGAHA, PROP. George St.--,Charles Town, W. Va. Gregory, visited Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Zombro, of Shepherdstown, Sun- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and children, Sharon, Michael, Larry, and Stephen spent Sunday with Mrs. Ott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr., and brother, Donald, of Ransom Extend Sympathy Deepest sympathy is extended Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and family in the death of his father, Mr. James B. Grimes, who passed away Sunday evening in the Vet- erans Hospital, near Martinsburg. BAKERTON Miss Margaret Houser Mrs. Nettle Hopper and two laughters, of Arlington, Va., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser and Vicki. CAN YOU AFFORD TO LOSE? How many burglaries and hold-ups ha.v~Fgttzead about this week? Ifln't it time to increase your insurance? The only adequate protection for money, jewelry and valu- able property is insurance. If you don't have enou~th, rail us today. PHONS 725-2211 I Yep, that's a hearing aid and it can help millions of per- sons. It's the SONET, the smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so light and tiny that it s worn entirely in the ear --- there's nothing outside the ear. You just slip the SONET in your ear and ingenious focused hearing di- rects sounds to the eardrum. SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 ,~ _ _ L Hm Sunday and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seigert and daughter. Rev. John Link will conduct services at Zion Presbyterian i Church each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. All are cordially invited to attend. Little Miss Judith Monique For- sythe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wayne Forsythe, Annapo- lis, Md., was baptized at Zion Church on Easter Sunday by Rev. John Link. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Claybaugh, Alexandria, Vs., were callers Fri- day at the home of her brother, W. J. B. Houser. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Maude Holler and family were Mrs. James Fries and son, Doug- las and grandson, Stephen, of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holler and Mrs. Becky Walker, of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holler of Brownsville, Mrs. Dolly Milrosevich, of Steubens- ville, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Holder and children (city). Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti spent the weekend in Morgantown waiting their son, Gary, a student at W.V.U. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hetzel spent the weekend in Morgantown visit- ing their son, Danny, a student at the University of Virginia. Mr. and-Mrs. Jack Loudan, of Harpers Ferry, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan and son (city) were Mother's Day guests of Mrs. An- nie Loudan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding. Mrs. Harry Shirley Mrs. Paul Ring and Mrs. Lee Brown accompanied Sandra Ring and Sharon Pulse to the Gordon Eismon National Society tea and initiation held on Thursday morn- ing at the Charles Town Senior Iiigh School. Mr. and Mrs. "Winnie" White of Texas are visiting the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy White. The Wizard Clipp Home Dem- onstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Edwin Brown at Blakely Farms. Mrs. Thomas Kerns presented the lesson on Early American Art. ists and Their Work. Slides were shown of the different artists. Mrs. Thomas Magaha was in charge of the devotions on Moth. er's Day and also included an interesting account of the life of Whistler." Reports were given from the various committees. There were eleven members present. At the close of the meeting re- freshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family had as their dinner guest on Sunday the latter's mother, Mrs. Stewart Smallwood, of Charles Town. Quite a number of 4-H mem- bers from this community attend- ed the Jefferson County Health Day program at the Community Center on Saturday. i Mrs. Mattie Gore, of Summit Point, spent Saturday with Mrs. Rose Watson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Watson. The Watson sale went very well on Saturday. Miss Susan Athey was taken to the Emergency Room of the Charles Town General Hospital on Saturday evening suffering from a bad nose-bleeding. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn. Sr., and family were Mr and Mrs. Robert Ruby, St. James Village, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr., and son Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and son. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leatherman, of Hagerstown, Md., were Friday overnight visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring. Private Glenn Viands home on furlough from the Army visited his aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley on Sunday. Eddie Webster, of Charles Town, was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Martin, of Arlington, Va., spent Saturday at their home in Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie FrYe and daughter, "Judy and Miss Linda Moore were Saturday evening guests of Mrs. Catherine Cross and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick and sons. of Chestnut Hill Mrs. Louise IIowell. Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson of Charles TO vn afternoon. Mr. Howard Ambrose and Mr. Telephone 725-5516 and Mrs. George Gageby visited Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hale and family in Hamstead, Md., Sunday afternoon. Mr. Charles Gageby and son, Dale, who is home for awhile on leave 'from the U.S. Army, visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Trittipoe SUITES sofa Opens into Comfortable Bed Bedding Compartment in Base Super - Soft Vinyl Cover @Choice of Colors $Foam Cushioned Seats Beautifully Styled & Tailored COMPARE SUITES Solid Hard Rock Maple 6-Drawer Double Dres~r Large 4-Drawer Chest Authentic Colonial Oxbow Bed Framed Shadow Box Mirror Ktncaid Authentic Colonial EASY and family, Monday night. Mr. Charles Landis and Mr. AT CREDIT Ronald Champ, of Shepherd Col- $250.00 TERMS lege, Shepherdstown, were Mon- day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family ALUMINUM FOLDING COTS SALE and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Complete with Mattress .......................... PRICE Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son, Larry, of Charles Town, PLaSTiC PLATFORM ROCKERS 2 $' were Sunday evening guests of Your Choice of Colors ................................. R i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. 4-PIECE PATIO SETS SALE Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Green- Sette~ Two Chairs, Matching Hostess Cart ........ PRICE" street aand daughter, Janie, of Baltimore, Md., were weekend 5-PIECE DINETTE iSETS SALE guests of Mrs. Greenstreet's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Table and 4 Matching Chairs .................... PRICE'~ George Greenwalt. MiSs Carol Staubs, of Chevy MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS Chase, Md., visited her parents, Twin or Full Size ...................................... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family, Sunday afternoon. Church Announcements Sunday night, May 8 the Family Week program was presented in the Engle Methodist Church for all members and friends. The rummage sale held in the Men's Club in Shepherdstown May 6 and 7 was a success due to those ladies who gave a helping hand. Many thanks are extended those who helped make this proj- ect a success. Children and youth! It is time to begin planning to attend church summer camp. If interest- ed, please check with the pastor or check the bulletin board in the 100% ALL WOOL RU S SALE Approximately 9 x 12 Size ....................... PRICE SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON FURNITURE FOR EVERY ROOM FURNITU'RE COMPANY OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 --- OPEN SATURDAY'S 'TIL 5 P. M. 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCH ESTER NO SALES TAX tU3"HORIZED DEALER8 Five full-size Chrysler Newports are now priced just a few dollars a month more than the most popular sm ller cars, comparably equipped. See us. You'll find our spring special deals even more attractive. EAST WASHINGTON ST. m-- L I were guests recently with Mr. and I Jumor Grove as4 family. ' , . ,, , ,,, ,, . , , , , ,, Move Up ... Move now..; j CHARLSS TOWN, W. VA. 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