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[Friday till Monday at the home I of their son and daughter,in-law AND OTHER [Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lutz. IT I ILl. i Mr. and Mrs. Rhine Hart daugh- [ter Cehire and Jackte of Front [Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wol By Mrs. Georgia Pearl l ford, daughter Laura Ann, Mr. /and Mrs. Wolword nephew Chip. I ner guests on Sunday at the home One week ago Mon- Mr .and Mrs. Everett Miller I of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rissler. showers during the[ and son Billy of Waynesboro, Va. [ Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Kackley Lie sunshine. In late and Mrs. W. H. Miller of New|from Berryville, Va. were dinner winds and a heavy Market, Mr. G. E. Miller of Quick|guests on Sunday at the home of Lder storm. Tuesday burg, Va. were supper guests Sun [ Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and some clouds and sun day evening with their sister and I children Carol and Jimmy. temperature creeping brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John[, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris Jr. Wednesday cloudy Runion and family. |from Charles Town were guests and later sunshine Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were this past week end at the home of to 80, just a wee dinner guests on Mothers Day Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Thursday heavy den with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith. all which continued rett, Mr. and Mrs. J~ohn Love of Jr. had as their house guest Sat, the day. Friday morn Charles Town joined the folks urday and Sunday Miss LouiSa skies and show later in the evening and sand- Smith from Washington, D. C. on throughout the part of the night winds very heavy Saturday morning ~and so proud to see sunshine which like spring had Sunday morning 9 a. m. clearing and an ideal day and such day for Mothers Day. 4 teacher Mrs. Geo- Chestnut Hill paid mothers on Mo- their class with each Poems as follows: the dearest of all is Marie Grove a won Nancy Ann Grove, Yvonne Piper a nice Linda Piper, a wiches, banana cake and ice cream were served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and three children of Purcellville, Va. were supper guests Saturday ev- ening with the letters parents Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. Mr. John Runion Jr. of Front Royal, Va. returned to his home after a weeks vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Run- ion. W. S. C. S. The W. S. C. S. held their reg- ular monthly meeting Tuesday in the church hall. The devotional meeting was opened by singing Love Lifted Me then led in pray er by Mr. Humphrey Wilt follow- ed by another hymn, Theres an eye watching you. Scripture les- son was read by Miss Arbutus thankful mother; El- Wilt, reading the 1251h chapter precious mother; Car of thePsalms. Poems were read why I love my mo- by the fhllowing Helen Hardy I Hawk, that mother found it in mothers Bible, Mrs. Estepp, to mo- Nina Runion Mothers Prayer Ed day; Sharon Kid- ith Garrett Gods Will For Me; Ltl mother in the world lian Garrett, Breaking the bread, the sweetest of all is Georgia Staubs the touch of the Estepp, memor- master, Essie Lancaster trusting ~; Judy Longerbeam in God; Annie Wilt Mothers Love of mine. Attend Georgia Pearl If we have helped 17 and absent 17. some one closing. Prayer by E~ie proud of this Lancaster, Mrs. Annie Wilt secre- and each and tary had charge of the business becomes more in- meeting, minutes were read Ronald Garza anc Church, Va. Q a~O qnll The For I 1015 wn, w. v:i Collect To AM 3.9411 W. Va. |, )ltlmlnl ire the one product fai th. You can't them or smell it's doubly ira- to buy vitamins in where you have of gct~ing full (Some non- p0U know, to ten times as of the same offers,) at a DRUG STucK 173 W. Va. which were satisfactory, roll call ed those present Mrs. Nina Run- ion, Linda Painter, Helen Hardy, Ann, Francis Runion, Edith Gar- rettt. Lillian Garrett, Georgia Slaughter, Reba Staubs, Mrs. Frank Garrett, Annie Wilt, Arbu- tus Wilt, Antionnette Wilt, Geo- rgia Pearl, Herman Garrett, Es- sic Lancaster, Humphrey Wilt, Charles Garrett, ' Paul Runion. Plans were made to improve our church hall. Our next meeting will be second Tuesday night of June, leader Mr. Charles Garrett. Mr. ~and Mrs. Paul Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles and dan ghter Norma Jean of Charles Town were dinner guests Sunday with their parents' Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt.' ...... Mothers Day Services Mothers Day services were held Sunday night at 7:30 at Chestnut Hill. Rev. C. W. Lloyd pastor had charge of services. Hymns for the program were Mothers Prayers i Have Followed Me; Tell Mother !I'll be There and Mothers Prayers. :have followed me. A solo by Mr. George Wilt mothers is waiting for me. Rev. Lloyd read from the 9th chapter of Exodus and brou- ght to us a very inspiring message Well as Sunday was Mothers Day tI wonder how many remember only that day to honor mother. I think it should be every day even though she be living or passed to the great beyond for myself my mother who was one of those real ole fashioned mothers passed a- way just sixty years ago and she is just as near and dear to me as ~when she was with us never for- |get mother if she still be with [her remember her every day, we I, only have one mother so precious | and a true christian its wonderful | to have such a pattern to make | our lives as they should be. "Attend Funeral Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Mrs. Edith Garrett and Mrs. Lil- lian Garrett attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Mullen which was held at the Reed and Muse fun- eral home at Leesburg, Va. Bur- ial in Leesburg, Va. cemetery. Rev. C. W. Lloyd her pastor had charge of the services. Mrs. Mul- len was a devoted Christian and a wonderful :neighbor which at one time she lived in Our neigh- borhood. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Baptism Service Rev. Temple Wheleer conduc- ted a baptism service on Sunday May 14 at 3 o"clock at the St. John's Episcopal Church. The ones-thatwere baptised were Sar- ah Crouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and Timothy Broy son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broy Jr. Mrs. Straith Briscoe has been under the doctors care this past week. Best wishes to you Mrs. Briscoe for a very speedy recov. ely. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. attended the ar/nual Powhat. an School Dinner at Boyce Parish Hall on Thursday evening. Guest speaker for the evening was Mr. Thomson from Episcopal High School Alexandria, Va. Mothers Day Dinner Mr. and Mrs.~ Marvin Adams were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Adams on Stinday to a Mo- thers Day Dinner later in the af- ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Pay ne and daughter were guest of the Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Yates Lutz frotp Durham, N. C. were guest rom Mrs. Austin Nicodemus had as guest on Friday her sister from Berryvflle, Va., Mrs. Dallas Kib-i ler and two sons Robin and Rich: ard. Mr. and Mrs. John Chamberlin of Manchester, Md. were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams. Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. attend od the Clark County Womans Club luncheon at the Golf Club on Thursday in Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and children Debbie and Franklin were on a sight seeing trip in Washington, D. C. this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodetnus were guests on Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope of Berryville, Va. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pope and family from Boy- ce, Va., Mr. Roy Good, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. are expecting Mrs. Smith's brotberdn-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Max Christian from Atlantic City, N. J. this week. Rev. H. W. Flanagan has return ed to Morgantown after spending some time with his daughter Mrs. John Locke Burns Jr. Mrs. Margaret Payne had as her house guest Saturday and Sunday Mrs. M. W. Weller from Alexan- dria, Va. Lee Bushong Speaks To Charles Town Woman's Club On Public Affairs Lee Bushong, Charles Town at- torney, spoke to members of the Charles Town Woman's Club on Tuesday, May 16, his subject being "Your Place In Public Af- fairs". Mr. Bushong pointed out that there is a common belief that each and every individual has a part to play in, public affairs-- Nation, State and Community wise. "True, he said, there is a part for everyone to play, but not el. ways an active part". The lack of intelligence regarding an import- ant issue does more harm than good; the vote of a stupid person does more harm than good; and the endorsement of all commun ity projects because of an indus- trious spirit with lack of intelli. ~ence does more harm than good" ushong said. Mr. Bushong pointed out the ira port~ce of evaluating public af. fairs with decision as to their merit. "Be intelligent and indus- trious, he said but don't be stu- pid and industrious" the speaker stated. The speaker was enthus- iastically received in his address. Miss Sally Watson, Leetown, de- lighted the audience by singing two numbers: "Blue Are Her Eyes", by Winter Watts; and ~Sing, Sing, Birds on the Wing" by 'Godfrey Nuting. Miss Watson was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Owen Conklyn. During a short business session with Mrs. James Watson, presi. dent conducting themeeting mere bets discussed the need for re- pairs on the club home. Installation of officers was post poned until the June meeting at Piedmont, the home of Miss Lou. ise Briscoe, because of the absen- ce of several officers. Mrs. Watson urged members to assist in the Bell Ringer Cam- paign for Mental Health May 22 also the Hospital June Jam e JUne 3. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. John Skinner, Mrs. A. B. Caeh, Mrs. Charles Alwin, Mrs. H. M. Evans, Mrs. Andrew Gherin. Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Harold Lor. enz. ii i Sunday Services i:or AsemMy God Church The Rev. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of GOd located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth AvenUe in Ranson announ iced, the following schedule of meetings for Stmday and subse. i quent week nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m~ morning worship serviCeat 11:00 a. m. Evening Ev-, ahgelistic services at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Pre, yteflnns Will Henr Fourth In .Series Of SemonsSunday The fourth in a series of ser- mons on the general theme "Ev- eryone Can SUCCeed" will be prea i ched at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, May 21. The topic of this sermon will be "The Change- less Christ In A Changing World". At this service, which will be at 11:00 A. M. both of the children's choirs will sing, as well as the a- dult choir. This will be the final Sunday that the children's choirs will sing this season. Their work will be resumed again next fall. Special music 5or this Sunday will be: "The Extra Prayer," Primary Choir; "Gracious Spirit Dwell With Me," Junior Choir; "Awake My Heart", Adult Choir. A nur- sery will be provided for little children. Yisiotrs will be cordially wel. corned. Presbyterian Church At Halltown Having Evangelistic Services The HalItown Presbyterian Church at Halltown is having a week of Evanglistic Preaching ser vices this week. They began on May 14 and will continue through Sunday, May 21. The be. gan every evening at 7:30 p. m. and will include the regular morn inging worship at 9:30 a. m. on Sunday morning. The closing ser. vice will be at 7:30 p. m. on Sun. day evening. The preacher for the week is the Rev. Daniel D. Sule, pastor of the Bethany and Little Falls Pres byterian Churches. Mr. Sulc has served as pastor of these churches for more than four years and was recently elected moderator of Winchester Presbytery. A cordial welcome is extended to all to join in the remaining services of this week. Ihttm, Mm,, l aere, chicken e ookers; Max BroWn, SP~IT OF jEFFERSION r meu ADVOCATE Ul MlllWi IlVW I tickets; Donal Snyder, assembly I qpUI*W Av M&V 1Q 1Qfil .K-.-A l line; Caleb Burns, distribution at I--'" ....... ~ ....... , "~"" j, - _'- [park; Harold (Chuck), Kisner| , . . Has Night Agency I food transportation; RoNLe Pay-[ Bot-Doug L~ae~. were. - ~. . .. n [ne, assembly line locator. [ Three Kittens-G'_wynn t'erry, ~ue [ Red Hen, Pare Hooper; Chick- ~rvze Im M0tel I The lunches are tO be served [~lian ~it~ranct ~e~r Leps. [ens, Wendy" KAlmer, Jacquie ]at the park May 30. | Pup!~tts