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EVEN IF YOU BOARD THE TRAIN, SHIP OR PLANE AND MAKE THE TRIP, IT HAY BE NO VACATION. WORRY OVER INVESTMENT MATRRS OR ABOUT YOUR FAMILY'S WELFARE IN CASE OF h FATAL ACCIDENT CAN CANCEL OUT THE FUN AND RELAX- ATION THAT SUCH A TRIP SHOULD PROVIDE. BEFORE YOU DEPART WHY NOT COME IN AND TALK WITH OUR TRUST OFFICER ABOUT A FLEXIBLE, ECONOMICAL AGENCY ARP NGEHENT OR ABOUT OUR SERVICES AS EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER h WILL ...... A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts FULL i i i i I Md., spent Sunday vi~itlng at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. S C. G lassford antl family. Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and children, Trina, C. R. and Tracey, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday afternoon at the home of the latter's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light. On Sunday eve- ning Mr. and Mrs. Light and children, Bobby and Linda, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley and family at their home near Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Grady J. Owens and small daughter, Tracey Lynn, of Alexandria, Va., arrived here on Friday to spend several days visiting at the home of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. (;rady D. Owens. Mrs. Lawrence Grove, m tom- ' ti ito st nda nt ohe. of Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton were the latter's brother and sister-in. law, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ware and children, Donnie and Kathy of Ranson and her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps anad family of Charles Town. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Chrisman attended a rodeo on Sunday af- ternoon at the horseshow grounds near Ber~Tville, Va. (FROM LAST WEEK) Mrs. Bess Harden of Hyndman, Pa., arrived here last week to vis- it for several weeks with her son- in-law and daughter, the Rever- end and Mrs. Charley Reckley at the Methodist parsonage. On Sunday afternoon the Reverend and Mrs. Reckley, accompanied pony with Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds by Mrs. Harden, visited their son- :(;rove of Inwood, and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove or Middleway at- Paul Munson and daughters, Sa- tended the celebration held at the rah and Laura ,at their home in home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smithsburg, Md. Little Miss Sa- Pine in Charles Town on Sunday rah Munson returned with them afternoon honoring Mr. and Mrs. to visit overnight with her grand. ttarry Pine on their golden wed. parents, returning to Smithsburg ding anniversary, on Monday morning. Mrs. David Jenkins and chil- W.M.S. Meeting dren, Doris Anne and David, Jr.,! The Women's Missionary Soci- of Front Royal, Va., spent Satur- ety of the Baptist Church met on day visiting at the home of her Thursday evening with Mrs. Rob- ert Liskey at her home in Charles parentS,Burner. Mr. and Mrs. James Town and was we!,l attended. The Misses Lucy and Alice Farns- evening s lesson, The French in worth, of _W~ashington, D. C., spent several days last week vis- iting at the home of their broth- er and sister, Miss Edna and Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mr. mad Mrs. William Schmidt left on Monday morning for Roch- ester, N. Y., where Mrs. Schmidt will visit their son-in-~[aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrg. Claude Furness and their small daugh- ter, Anne Marie,, while Mr. Schmidt is attending to business matters at his farm near there, and Mrs. Holly Miller, of Charles Miss Wallis Anne Snyder re- Town, and her son and daughter- turned to Shepherd College on in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glass- Sunday afternoon after spending ford of Summit Point. the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder, at Mr. Robert Weaver, of Broad- "West Shenstone" way, Va., was a visitor on Sunday Mrs. Charles Gore was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Watson near Middle- way. Mrs. Kenneth Mills, in company with the personnel of the Charles Washington Beauty Salon in Ranson, attended the hair styl- ing show on Sunday in Timonium, Md. Patti and Bobby Glassford spent the past weekend visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder and family, at their home in Shepherdstown. Upon their return home on Sun- day, they were accompanied by their grandfather. Mr. Charles Walker, of Shenandoah Junction. spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Doris Borne sand children, David and Kimberley, at their home in Mar- tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and family visited the former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lay- cock, at their home near Hamil- ton, Va., on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark Willson, II, and their daughter, Miss Mary SOCIAL, PERSONAL A rIVtTIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim --- Phone 725-7777 Home Demonstration Club l~eetlng The Summit Point Home Dem- onstration Club met on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. George Crim with sixteen mem- bers and guests in attendance. The meeting was opened with De- votions led by Mrs. Robert Butch after which the minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- proved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were discussed and at conclusion of the business session GREEN-UP ENERGY Packed Into Every PINK CYLINDER! NEW (Tender Loving Care} FOR TURF New TIC is extra-rich in nitropn, gMng your lawn needed enarw to green-up fast and stay that way, New "long molecule" stores up energy, too -. to release plant food steadily, as your lawn needs nourishment. Feather-light pink cylinders make it easy to feed your lawn evenly and quickly There's no unpleasant odor, no annoy- ing dust when you use TLC, and It's safe to apply anytimel Squar~ Feet Pick Up A Bag At Your Garden Store/ a ~ra~ct YKLEY HARDWARE CO. 121 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-5113 Mrs. James H. Snyder introduced the guest speaker for the eve- ning, Mrs. George Tabb of Lee- town. The subject of the eve- ning's program was "Artists and Their Work," which Mrs. Tabb developed in a most interesting manner, drawing on personal ex- periences to illustrate many points, exhibiting examples of her work and the materials used in creating them. Following adjourn- ment a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which a quiz, based on trees, was won by Mrs. Robert H. Hardesty and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Shirley Macoughtry, in company with Mrs. J. C. Breckin- ridge of "Flagstop," motored to Staunton, Va., on Thursday to vis- it the latter's granddaughter, Miss Julie Breckinridge, who is a stu- dent at Stuart Hall. Miss Patty Sullivan, who had spent the past several days visit- ing her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Burch and their family, left on Wednesday of last week to return to her home in Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr. Allen Glassford, a member of the Vestry of the Church 6f the Holy Spirit, attended the an- nual Diocesan Convention on May 13, 14 and 15 at Christ Episcopal Church in Fairmont. Also attend- ing the convention was Mr. Wil- liam O. Macoughtry, Senior War- den ~of Grace Episcopal Church in Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children, Deborah, Johnny and Patricia, spent the past week- end visiting the former's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cheshire and family at their home in Wads- worth, Ohio. En route home on Sunday the Cheshires visited also with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dru- schel at their home in Jackson Knolls near Newcastle, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear re- turned home on Wednesday from Berlin, N. J., where they had spent the past three weeks visit- ing their son anad daughter-in, law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Me- near and family. Mrs. Marshall Jenkins enter- tained a group of friends and relatives at a Stanley party at her home on Tuesday morning of last week. The group spent a very enjoyable morning during which the products were demonstrated by Mrs. Atwwood of Martinsburg and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Glassford and their family of Williamsport, G. Willson, of Hageerstown, Md.,: visited on Saturday evening with the former's aunt and cousins, Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at "Monte View." ALWAYS RRST QUALITY ,/} ./ P :PENN:.PB~'T" i, i ,~__A sPiRIT OF JEFFERSON FA M"E ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 B \ - Mr. Wayne Welty Miss Elaine Gageby of Charles 3 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb and family of Alexandria, Va., spent the weekend with Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kid- wiler and family. Mrs. Foltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berryville, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs. Folez's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bragg. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and family of Silver Grove spent Sun- day afternoon with Mr. Staub's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family. Mr. Howard Ambrose was a sup- per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Baker of Charles Town on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son, Larry, were Sunday eve- ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Town spent the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- grandfather, Mr. Charles Gageby and her aunt and uncle, Mr and beam and family spent Saturday and Sunday evenings with Mr. Mrs. Kenneth Kidwiler. Longerbeam's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter, Carole Ann and Mr. family of Millville. Wayne D'Angelo of Millville Mr and Mrs. Andrew Cavalier spent Sunday afternoon visiting and "family of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daughter, Brenda, in Falls spent Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. Cavalier's parents, Mr. and Church, Va. Mrs. Stanley Eye. Miss Brenda Jackson of Mill- Louisiana," was presented by Mrs. ville spent Sunday afternoon vis- Church Announcements Liskey and was followed by clos- iting Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. The following cmnmittee of the ing meditations led by Mrs. Mil- Viands aand daughter, Susie MYF will clean the church this lard Williams At the close of a Mr. Dale Gageby, son of Mr. Saturday at 9:30 a.m.: Charles routine business session the meet- Charles Gageby, left his home Welty, Tom Bageant. Linda Cogle ing was adjourned and delicious Thursday from a leave from the and Rose Ann Spitzer. refreshments were served by the U.S. Army to return to Fort Bliss The MYF will not forget their hostess during the pleasant social[ in Texas where he plans to leave skating trip to Berryville, Va., hour which followed. I for overseas. I Skating Rink on May 20, at 7:30 Visitors on Mother's Day at the ~--------~ home of Mrs. S. C. Glassford were her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming and Mr. CHARLES TO~ N, W. VA. att the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Will and family and on his return he was accompanied by Mrs. Will and her children, Larry, Jr., and Tina, who will visit for several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver in Broadway while Mr. Will is in Charlotte, N. C., on a buying trip for Leggetts. Mr. Roger Kelley, of Charles Town was a dinner guest on Sun- day at the home of his cousin, Miss Frances Coleman. Mrs. Thomas Lemen visited on Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John I Hendricks and family at their home near Shepherdstown. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Ban-Lon 100% nylon knR: placket collar. PENN-PREST PLAIDS AND SOLIDS BAN-LON NYLON KNITS Great buys now! Easy-care short sleeve sport shirts by Towneraft, they're styled and tailored to Penney's exacting specifications for quality, fit, wear. Plaids and solid tones in polyester-cotton blends are Penn-Prest--keep their smooth just-pressed look without ironing: knits are wash-and-wear Ban-Lon 100% nylon. ~.m. The MYF members will not forget their monthly mee next Mondav at 7 p.m. in church hall/ The Tri-Co. Youth Rally held Monday night at Gano~ at 7:30 p.m. for the election officer::. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY DON'T MISS THE BOAT! An uninsured boating mis- hap could make a reluc- tant "land lubber" out of any sailor. Don't miss the boat this season. Before you sail, see us for the best in boating insurance. H. S. C'LOPPER, Hill Dale Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Real una&~ B Ce e8 t A. \ \ PENNEYS STORE HOURS -- Men..Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.--9 To 5 tempting summer treat...Arnel crepes in sunny pastels! Sweet-and= simple shapings in quick-care Arnel triacetate crepe .. softly textured and deliciously colored in pale pas- tels! They'll pack in so little space, unpack as wrinkle- free as they started. What's more--they'll wash in a wink and drip dry without the slightest touch of ironing! Misses' sizes. A. Billow-'skirt dress. Blue, pink, yellow, black B. Stripe shift with belt. Green, blue, pink. C. Print dress in yellow, green, or pink Fri..Sat.--9 To 9 t TW LATE~ SPOR' A 102