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2 GS IN KAB ETOWH Clarence Smallwood by I~able~town and Sa~turday, 6 in the home of Some real bar- on hand. ~he local church ann ,l and teachers are laresent at evening Sunday, May 17 the Installation S. F. Butcher will Y. F. will be in devo~ions. Churc~ Memor- a gift from in memory of late Mr. Josep~h on the anniversary ~-"Gone bu~ not For have been received ~ I:)avid Clipp from Charles Sma~llwood. ~. Mil,ton Popkins, and daughter Mr. Johnston and two and Bonnie spent in Stanley, Va. brothel" and and Mrs. James express the shock ;h bef~ll this vic- untimely death of Young boys David Zr, and Mrs. Henry OCcurred Sa,turday Town when of self-inflic- Mi'~. ChlLOl] lv/t, rc(~l', chddr(~ll T(~r ri Lynn and Jeffry Sco,t,t of Camp Hill, Pa., her son-in-law and dau- Rhter Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown of near Washington. Mothers Day was observed a=t Phone 20-F-024 the home of Mrs. Gertie Boyd when the following children were home for 'the occasion: .~Mr. Sam- uel Boyd of Charles Town, Mr. tion .Our deepest sympathy is ex- and Mrs. Aubry Boyd and family tended to his parents and family, of Webbtown, Vs.; Mrs. Win. Boyd IMrs. Arch Carroll is visiting Mr. and family of near Biuemont, Vs.; and Mrs. Theodore Pomeroy of Ar Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Boyd and fam- lington, Va. She accompanied her ily of near Shel~herdstown, Mrs. son-in-law and daug.hter Mr. and Harvey Boyd and :two children of Mrs. Alvin C. Bush and son Steve Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Avon Wood Farm on Sunday Getts of Berryville, and Mr. and who with Carroll's daug, h uer Mrs. Mrs. Robert White who reside George Bell and daughters Louise with Mrs. Boyd. and Mary spent the day at the Pomeroy home. ~Mrs. C. D. Bayer of Shannon Park is visiting her son-in-law Mrs. Charles Adams was hostess and daughter~ Sgt. Wayne Bayer to the Kabletown Woman's Sac- and Mrs. Bayer and family of iety of Christian Service last Wed Port.~mouth, N. H. nesday night. An election of ofli- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seal and faro cers resulted as follows: Mrs. Jos- ily of Kearneysville were recent hun Cli,pp, president; Mrs. Alvin visitors at the home of his bro- C. Bush vice president: Mrs. Char- ther and sister-in-law Mr. and lea Adams, secretary; and ,Mrs. Or Mrs. Eddie Seal and family La- al B. Hughes, treasm'er. The June ter in the evening they all enjoy- meeting will be held a.t the home ed a drive in M~'. Joe Seal's new of Mrs. C. D. Bayer, "Shannon station wagon. Park." Visitors on Mothers Day at Mr. and Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mer- Avon Dale the home of Mr. and cer, four daughters and his mo- Mrs. H. O. Bush and her parents ther, Mrs. Thomas Mercer spent Mr. and 'Mrs. Joshua Clipp were Mothers Day with t:he latters son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush of and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Gilbert Mercer of Pallston, Md., ter Burdick and children of Drew ,Mrs. Gilbert Mercer has been suf-Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Clipp feting quite a bit with arthritis. 'of Alexandria, Vs. While there Joyce Mercer fell on Mrs. Seattle Johnson was admit a gravel driveway badly injuring ted to the WinChester Memorial one knee and a hand. Weekend Mothers Day guests Hospital for observation and treat merit for a kidney ailment. If no with Mrs. Joseph Mercer were 'her ]further complications developed son and daughter-in-law 'Mr. and ,she will return to the home of OF JEFFERSON MAY 14, 1959 her parents Mr. and Mrs. ~Martin FARMERS ADVOCATE Glaize this week. Grady J. Owens who has employ 3--B men t with the Eastern Airlines lo ca.ted in Washington, D. C. left Sunday evening to report for work on Monday. Our best wishes go YOU CAN BUY A AS in eludes: Distribution, excise g charges and new car Dn. --PLYMOUTH SALES & SERVICE 404 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. with him. A 3/c Charles W. ~qewcomb, his i wife Mrs. Newcomb ,and their son ~huckie left early Tuesday morn- ing for Savannah, Ga. where he will be stationed following reenlis~ ment ,in the Air Service. Mrs. New comb and son .have resided at the home of his parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Homer Newcomb while her hus- band was stationed in Korea for a year. Mrs. Mollie Rissler, a guest in the Moore's Rest Home, Charles Town suffered a heart attack on Friday of last week and was rush ed to che Charles Town General Hospi,tal. She is somewhat better now and has returned ,to the Rest Home. Mr. and IMrs. Win. Lan- caster spen,t the weekend with ,her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler. They visited with her mouther Mrs. Riss~ler also. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll and son Lester spent Sunday wit,h her parents Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Unger of Inwood. Their two sons Billy and Kevin soent several days with their grand paren~ts. Mrs. James Edgar Ware of Woodbyne Farm spent several days in Blacksburg, Va. as the guest of her son Cadet Eddie 'Ware of V. P. I. MANN By Mrs. Pauline Oft termites cause thousands of dollars' worth of in this area alone. Hidden termites may your home right now.., and you not LET IT HAPPEN TO YOU! control for over of a century. Check Tcrminix scrvice's insured other organization has such a long record Successful results. Stop termites now--avoid laterl Call Terminix today. by your local Terminix concern and E. L Bruce Co. Sun Insurance Office. Ltd. fw = free home inspection by experts World's Largest in Termite Control in Pest Control Since 1925 IX REPRESENTATIVE-- 47 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Deferred From L~tst Week Seaman and Mrs. Dona,ld aden and Mrs. Nel'lie aden were sh~p- pers at Winchester, Vs. on ,Mon- day. Mrs. aden Tenet ~to see her doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sea'] and daua'h'ter Pa~tsy and son Butch of l~anson weeT Sunday vis4%ors o$ the latters p~trenJts Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hos:t,ler and family. W[rs. Josephi,ne Mill,icent ~f Vien na, Vs. was Thursday nigh% visitor of Mrs. T. D. art. Mr. ,and Mrs. Theodore arc was Sad~urday ,shopper at Winc:hester, Vs. Mr, ,and Mrs. Robert Nicewar- ner and Mrs. Myrtle Wil~t of Char les Town were Sunday visi~tors of Mrs. T. D. CYt,t and Mr. Harry E. Ot't. Mr. and Mrs. Bil:l Oift and fam- ily of Hall'to~4n were Sunday v:isi- ,tars of the la~t;ters mother Mrs. Mabe4 Ha.rding and son l~rankie. Mr. a,nd Mrs. ,Merle aden ,and sons Steve, Keith, Terry and Glen weer recen~t visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Bob Webb and family at Ran son. Mrs. T. D. Obt is on t)he sick list We wish her a speedy recovery, Mrs. Esther aden and sons Guy and Frankie of ~akerto~ were Su,nday visitors of ,Mrs. Nellie aden ~nd fam41y. ~Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Beahm and son of Washinston, D. C. were Wednesday viistors .o$ Lhe formers parents Rev. and Mrs. Ar ~,hu, r Bea,hm and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott and son Calvin Jr. of Kensing%cm, Md. were l,as~ Sund~ay "isl,to,rs of the formers mother Mrs. T. D. O,t,t and brother Mr. Harry E. Ot;t. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family of M~tllvi'lle were re- cen, t vHstors of the formers par- en, ts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner 8r. Mr. and Mrs. Leon L~ngerbearn and daughter Kay ~nd son Donnie of Ranson were Sunday vial.tars of the la.t~ce~ parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hos,tler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hu~h Wiley and d~aughter Joyce and son Roger of Millville were vi~sors of th'e for- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Ohar les Wiley and famAly on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A,rnold Jenkins and f,am~ly of Harpers Ferry were recen,t visi,tors of the formers par en'ts Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Jen- kins and family. Mr. ~llber~ Deener of Brains- wick, Md. was recent caller of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 'Wi'l ,and family. Mrs. E~ther aden and sons Guy and Prankie of Bakerton were Sunday ca.llers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester O~,t. Mr .,and M~rs. Roy Pulse and d auChter Llnd,a and Cathy and son Martin of Middle,ray were S~turd~ay even,in~ eal'lers of Mr. and Mrs. Merle aden and sons. Mr. and I~rs. Robert D. CYttt and sons Donrrle, Van, Nell and Oral of Cha~Ires Town were Sunday visi ftors of the la~tters mothe,r Mrs. T. D. OCt. Seaman Donald T. aden sta)tlon ed on Vhe U. S. S. Northhaxnpton in port a~ Norfolk, Va. ~s s~endlng tcq" Ckton and :;on, Guy ~nd t~i,~tlk ie and her paren:ts Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family at Bak el-ton Mrs. rMamie Russel'l o.f Chest,nut Hill was reeen,t visi~tor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O tt and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Costel'lo of near Charles Town were re- cen, t visftors of Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl Wiley and daug~hter Nancy and Son Woody. Mr. Gilbert Deener of B:runs- wick, Md. was recent caller of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lanca.s,ter and daughter Dianne. ffvIr, and Mrs. Gle~n art and daughters*,l Glenda and Cindy and ~son Steven of Randall~own, Md., were Sunday visitors of the for- mers mother Mrs. T. D. art and brother ,Mr. Harry E. Ott. Now that we've had u taste of it, winter doesn't seem all we thought it was-last summer. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY PITTS- JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children 25c - Adult 50__c Wednesday and Thursday May 13 and 14 "2" EXCITING HITS THE RAPE OF ROME CAST OF THOUSANDS PLUS-- BERT BLAKE Friday and Saturday May 15 and 16 I~,~,tmg WILLIAM PRINC[- * JIM BA'ChUS &It ALLILD ARiI~I:5 p*~:tul Sunday and Monday May 17 and 18 A man of power and a lady at his mercy! M-G-M .m.. 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