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:By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Express Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes out io the wife sons. sisters and bro- thez's by the sudden dealh of Ab- ner Henry whose death occurred Chis morning ~Monday). He had bad spell on Saturday evening and Dr. Glenn came at once but, he rallied over that we understand ,lie died in the ambulance on his , way to the hospital, Abner was a fine up right man and will be missed by all who knew him friends as well relatives. Mr. tester OCt who was taken on Wednesday while at work with his back had x-rays taken and it seem, ,, ~o be a slipped disc but ~ ; hear he was able to return ~, *~,: ~: this morning. Mi. : nd Mrs. Amos Plotner and grandson Davie of Hedgesville and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vanmeter of Marlinsburg were Thursday vis itors with their mother and step mother Mrs. Maude Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. Vanmeter had atten ded the funeral on Tuesday in Bal timore, Md. of their brother-in- law Mr. Walter Kelehenstein who pa.~sed away on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fawver of ]YIartinsburg spent Wednesday ev ening with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viand,~. Mr. Donald Hovermale spent sev eral days last week with his mo- l~her Mrs. Clyde Spearow in Ber- keley Springs. Mr. and Mrs, Johnnie tlampton and son Terry Lee and Mrs. Neale Goliday of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mrs. Hampton's pat' ents Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chambtin of Ranson ,spent the day Sunday with their brother-in-law and Ms- ter Mr. and Mrs. Abner Henry at the Bloomery. Miss Linda Kay Vanordsdale of Martinsburg spent the weekend with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. O. Whitacre ab the Bloomery and on Saturday night .she spent he night with her friend Mary Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dailey and children of Renick, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Bryor and children of near Hagerstown and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott and two sons Donald and Michael spent Mothers Day with their mother Mrs. James Dailey who had all of her children home. Mrs. Thomson of Murrell Hill and her son Mr. Hall Thomson of Washington, D. C. were Saturday aftenoon visitors with Mr. and Ms. Albert Viands Jr. and family at the Bloomery. Mr.~William Slinkman paid an- other visit to his eye doctor on Friday in Hagerstown Hospital. He will soon return to the hospital and have his other eye operated on. Mrs. Catherine Goliday and Mrs. Johnnie Herndon of Baltic more, Md. and mother Mrs. Mary Henry were Sunday afternoon call ers with the latters brother Mr. YOU CAN BUY A AS LOW AS You Can Always SAVE $$$$ At ... See C. F. in Charge of Sales PHONE 401 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. Letter OLL and , onx. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. Mel vin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts. Mrs. Pitts had spent Friday night and Satuz'day with her daughter in Washington, D. C. Mr. Sylvester Frye and friend of Bethesda, Md. attended the races on Wednesday night at the Shenandoah Downs. There was a slight wreck on Tnesday night neat" the Lester Ot~ home. Some one swiped the Mar- tha Oct station wagon of Mm'rell Hill. No one was injued but the other cat" had to be towed in by the wrecker. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children of Mid dleway Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery Mr. and Mrs. Billy ViancLs of Ransom Cheryl Lynn, small granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands has the meas- les. Mr .and Mrs. Luther Viands and a couple of friends of Baltimore, Md. were callers on Sunday at their aun,ts Mrs. Maude Small- wood. Mr. Floyd Fawver of Martins burg spent Saturday afternoon wR, h Mr. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins and granddaughter Joyce of Kab- letown were Friday evening call- ers with their son-in-law and dau ghte Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughter Bonnie. Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Fye of town anc Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson were Sunday visitors with Mr .and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. Odis James and daughter Donna Jean of Rason were Sunday evenig callers with the letters brothe and sister-in- law Mr. ad Mrs. Garland Heny and son David. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughter Mrs. Albert Viands Jr, and grandson Davie spent Men day morning with friends in Mar- tinsburg. Mrs. Anna Belle Stocks of Bruns wick and Mrs. Marl Ellen Chamb- lin of Ranson spent the day Satur day with the formers mother Mrs. Robert Frye and assisted with pa pering the kitchen. Mrs. Maude Smallwood along with her son Marvin were in Win- chester, Vs. last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Julia Viands and daughter Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Don- ald Lee were in Martinburg last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Joe Brooks of near Katie- town was in Frederick, Md. last week and took his brother-in-law Mr. Wiles to Bal,timore. Md. to have his artificial limb fitted on. me money '~ne accuracy of the mixture of materials in ORTHOCIDE 3-Way Mix and the simplicity of mixing in my spray tanks saves me ffme and money during application," reports Jack Garst, manager of the Occarmeechi !Orchards at Boones Mill, Virginia (pictured on left of ORTHO Fieldman Bill Hawk). "And with the excellent scab control I've been getting with ORTHOCIDE 3-Way Mix, this means extra profits to me.'~ Don't delay--start an ORTHO program todayl This report is just one of hundreds received from leading fruit growers who have found that ORTHOCIDE (captan) in an ORTHO program has improved color, finish and keeping qualities of their fruit. This out- I standing fungicide ORTHOCIDE (captan) provides exceptionally fine lparticle sizes, better sticking and wetting agents. Ask your nearest ORTHO ,Fieldman how ORTHOCIDE in an ORTHO program can increase your crop profits, tool Helping the World Grow Better Californl| Spray.Chemical Corp. A su bsldlary of California Chemical Co.,133 Kings H wy. Ea st, H addonfleld, N.J. T,N.'I Rio, uaL PA% ore., O~VNO, ORVNOmX There is an ORTHO Fieldman in this area to help you... Phone right now .., WILLIAM CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Call Skyline 3.7561 _L l alRIIIIIIBIUEIIBI _ KIJ .... III Pie..luslin G. Boyd S ('ompletes Marine , ehool PFC. JUSTIN G. BOYD Camp LeJeune N. C. (VHTNC) Grduated April 24 from the Au- tomotive Prevention Mintenance Course at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C. was Pfc. Jus- tin G. Boyd, son of Mrs. Missouri E. Boyd of Seventh Avenu, Ran- sort, W. Va. Before enlising in October 1958 he attended Clear Spring High School. Joe says he can get along very good with it. Mr. Wiles had to have his leg amputated after a bad accident. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands and son Jackie of town were Monday evening callers with the formers paents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands ,Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands and two sons spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jack- son near Falling Waters. Mr .and Mrs. Obie Johnson and daughter Bonnie spent Sunday afternoon with the tatters parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins ,at Kabletown. Sorry to hear our former neigh- bor Mrs. George Hough Sr. isn'l improving very fast. She has been moved from the hospital to Moore Rest Home in town. Mr .and Mrs. Harry Shirley at- tended 'the supper on Thursday ev ening of :the Eastern Star which was served by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Citizens Fire Co. in town and they all say they had never enjoyed such a fine supper while these fine ladies served, Deferred From La~st Week The Ladies Auxiliary of the Oit- izens Fire Co. of Charles Town are serving the Eastern Star Din- ner on Thursday, May 7 ~vt the Citizens Fire Hall. The supper is in honor of the grand matro~ of the Eastern Star who will be pres- ent. Mr. Forres,t Chamblin of Mid- dleway was a sup1~er guest on Wed nesday evening with his brother- in-law and sister ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. And after supper they all enjoyed a ,trip into the new beautiful raceway. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Her~don and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swann and son of Washington, D. C. stop [! COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUI. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER / Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Ill I I ".:'.';::F~:';::::'.';~,:'.'.r: :':;'1,:': ":~. .,'.~,,. ..::, ::::,;,,:,,:::.:#:.:.:..~ z.:,::::.:.:.::.:.,. ========================= .O.o.O,.. , . .o,..,.,.. "~.:i::::b:.: ......... Is your home fully covered? in most communities, experts tell us, only three out of ten homes are fully insured. Make sure you have the insurance protec- tion you need. Don't wait until it's too late. We'll be glad to give you a property insurance checkup. Call us. R sonting Hartford Fire Insurance Company ped by Dor2. father Ivh'. Melvin Fritts on Friday on their way to the Apple Blossom in Winchester, Va. Miss Patsy Penwell of Murrell Hill spent last weekend with Mrs. Biuss Stagner Jr. Mr .and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson were dinner guests on Friday with their grandmother Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale, Mrs. Elva Viands and children Mary, Nancy and R[tchie, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Cheryl Lynn, Mrs. Hall Thomson. !Mrs. Harry Shirley and children Judy. Debbie, Harry, Bobble and Donald Lee of Middleway, Mrs. Howard Roper and children Ellen and David and neice Miss Whitt- ington of Ranson were among the ones who attended the Apple Blos sore in Winchester on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Brunswick, Md. were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin in Ransom Mr. and Mrs Hubert Dutrow Mr. and Mrs. l~bert McSherry of Hagerstown. Male, Mr. and Mns. Harry Sl~rley and children of Mid dleway, Mr. Travis Viands and son Jackie of town, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery and Mrs. George Jones were Sunday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Visitors the past week with Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. and daughter Tans at the Bloomery were Mns. Mary Frye, IMrs. Miner- via Bates and Mr. Mack McCut- chert of Point of Rocks, Md., Char les Dillow, Dave Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow of Alexandria, Va. Sgt. James Dillow of Berry- ville, Butch Pope of Quantico, Vs. Rose Bud Cox and daughter of Mt. Mission, ffVIrs. Will.iam Billow Sr. and sons Denny and Butch of Mill ville, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson and grandson Edward and Mr. and Mrs. CharI2~; Adams ~eeret.ary. Delicious refreshments of sand- wiches, chips, punch and home made cookies were served. Mr. Paul Chapman is in Mor- gantown attending the annual con vention of the Diocese of W. Va. held at the Trinity Church May 12 ad 13. Ite will also visit his son Don who is a studen~ at the univer sity there. Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey and son Wayne were supper guests with M. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wilt ware Sunday dinner guests with the lot ters brother-in-law and .sister Mr. and Mrs. Millard Trussell of Ran- sOn. Rippon Farm Club Mrs. Herman Spear, Washing- ton S., Charles Town was hostess to the Rippon Farm Club Thurs- day evening with 14 members pre- ent. Mrs Woodrow Adams was lesson leader with "Care of To- day's Fables" Mrs. Adams gave a most interesting talk about this subject and showed sample~ of fine materials, patterns and threads. She suggested that gar- ments should be washed frequent- ly, once these fibers become heavy soiled they won't come clean easy Do small loads, crowding causes wrinkling. Drip dry instructions are fast disappearing and more the automatic washer and dryer are taking over read labels and see that tape, belts, linings and pads are washable with wash and wear garment. To keep shirts sleeves from tangling button ,the cuffs to the front of the shirt. On Wednesday the ladies will take a tour of the hospital in a group. After recrewtion delicious refresh- ments were served. Next mon,ths ,meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Adams. t By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Mrs. Donald Hovermale and dau Deferred From La,st Week ghter Donn.a of the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Oble Johnston and Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence L(mg daughter Bonnie were callers wRhand daughters Joy and Kristi of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Martinsburg were supper guests Popkins and granddaughter Joyce Thursday evening of Mr .and Mrs. at Katie town. Charles Willis. Mr. O. Whitacre and Mr. Don- Regular preaching service in the old Hovermale visited friends inLeetown Methodist Church Sun- Martinsburg on Saturday. day morning May 10 at 9:45 by Mrs. Maude Smallwood and Mr. the pastor Rev. Samuel Butcher, Amy Small.wood received word on Sunday School at 10:45. Sun. evening of the labters brothe'~" I There will be a public meeting in-laws death Mr. Walter Kelchen let the school house May 12 at 8 stein which occurred a~t a rest IP- m. (DST) for aH voters of this home in Baltimore, Md., Mr. Kel- District to explain the purpose of chenston married the former Hat- this school levy sponsored by the tie Smallwood, oldest daughter of i:he late John Smallwood and for a while Mr. and Mrs. Kelchenstein and daughter Car~hez~ne resided at Vhe home place here and had a store. No word at this time. has been received what 'time the fun- eral service would be. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry called at the home of their cousin Mr. Ernest Carper Sunday after- noon on the Leetown Road. Mr. SylvesLter Frye of Bethesda, Md. spent, the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye Sunday evening callers with their Fryes were Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bo'bby and Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Stocks all of Bruns- P. T. A. Mr. and ~Mrs. George Tabb went to Richmond, Va. Saturday to at- tend the funeral of Mrs. Robert Carter. The Jefferson County 4-H Club will have Healt,h Day at Commun i,ty Center Saturday, May 9. 'N~r. and Mrs. Lyle Fufr and son Kim of Charles Town were callers Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barren and family were callers Sunday 'evening at the Alton Grove home. Visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer and family were ~Mr. and Mrs. Dale ,Myers and son of Greencastle, Pa., Mr. wick, l~Id. and Mrs. Richard Eversole of St. Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. James, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Frank and daughter Tans of the Bloom- Burke and family of Martinsburg. cry visited with the formez\~ par- Mr .and Mrs. Allen Custer and ents Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow daughter of Oharles Town, Mrs. Sro and family at Millville and Evelyn Maphis of Shepherdstown. Mrs. Mary Frye and Mrs. Minerva Mrs. Mazie Maphis of She~.andoah Bates at Point of Rocks, Md. tm Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Sunday. .Mummaw and son of Millvllle. Mrs. Lester'Ott and son Michael :Mrs. J. S. Locke and Kathy spent the day with her mother Blue were supper guests Thursday Mrs. J,ames Dailey. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson, Miss tin- da Kay Vanordsdale of ,Martins- bur~. The Staubs family and Mr. and ~Mrs. Brookman all of Martlnsbm'g spe~t the weekend a~ ,t)heir cot- tages below the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Vanordsdale and children of Martinsburg spent the day Sunday with their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. O. Whitacre near the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Herndon of Washington, D. C. were callers on Sunday with ,their parents Mr. Melvin and Mrs" Beulah Fritts and ~Mrs. Herndon in Shenandoah Junction. Mr. and Mrs. DeHave~ and children Donald, Debbie and Dia- ne of near Martinsburg were (>all ers Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family near Middleway. Mrs. John Mitten and three children of Mitlville spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Addle Stag- her. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins and grand daughter Joyce of Kab- letown were Friday caAlers with Mr. and Mrs. Gbie Johnston and daughter Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gray and family of Berryville, Vs. and Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and children of Millville were Sunday visitors with Mr. and IMrs. Melvin Tumblin and family. Mrs. Harry Shirley of the Gen- eral Telephone Company is having her two weeks vacation. Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Hall Thompso~ near Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and children Shirley and Bucky !attended the Apple Blossom Par- ode in Winchester, Vs. on F~'iday. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE 6--B THURSDAY, MAY 14, evening with Mr .and Mrs. John Poland in MarLinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and daug'hters Kitty and Vickie and 'Mrs. J. S. Locke were supper guests Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Link. Mrs. Victor Blue and Mrs. James Watson took two car loads of young people from this vicinity to Winchester, Va. to see the apple Blossom Parade Friday. Mrs. Warren Worley and Mrs. Core Burns of Hanover, Pa. visi- ted last week with Mrs. Bates War v; son Tuesday and Tuesday and part of the day W Mrs. Bates Watson employees of the t pony will attend a nesday niuht at Bluefield, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and James Shisher formers daughter and Mr. and ~Mrs. Edwin Pool, Md. Any wife can make a her h~uband if he will to what she says. Reg. S189.9S---NOW $149.95 (with old Stove) (lamp assembly at small extra charge) Hurry[ For a limited time, here's your range buy of a lifetime! 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