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illI i iii! By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Butcher of :Erie, Pa. and Mr. and Ml's. R. M. Callahan and Miss An,n Callahan of Fredericksburg, Va. have been visiting their brother-in-law and si.~ter Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Wage- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry Lee of Baltimore Md., Mr. Sylvester Frye of Beth- esda, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks and Mr. and Mrs. Will, am Frye of Bru.nswick, Md. were here on Wednesday to attend the fun- er,~l ~,f their late uncle Mr. Abner ~Zi . Mabel Oits of near Wever 3,n. i~d., Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughter Nancy of the Bloomery and Mrs. Julia Viands were dinner guests on Wednes- day with the letters daughter Mrs. Harry Shirley and family at ffVIiddleway. Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ran son spent several days las.t week with her sister-in-law Mrs. Abner :Henry and sons neat' the Bloom- cry, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry a,nd son David were callers Wed- nesday night with Mrs. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Bonald Hovermale and daughter and Davie Viands were callers on Wednesday with ~heir brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter at Loudoun Heights. Va. Mrs. Maude Smallwood went to see Dr. Gle~rm on Monday after- noon and Mrs. Robert Frye went on Tuesday evening. Glad to see both are feeling better a:t this wri ~:ing. Sunday vi'sitors Mr, and ~[rs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fawver of Martins- burg. Mr. Travis Viands of town Mr. and Mrs. Harry S'hirley and l~mily of Middleway. Sunday visitors with Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert Frye were Mr. and ~lVIrs. William Frye and son Bobby ~]Ir. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Brunswick, Md. Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md., Mr. and ,Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ran- Son. ,Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. of the Bloomery has been on the sick 'list for the last several days. Mr. and Mrs. 1%obert Frye were Thursday eveni.rlg callers with the farters sister Mrs. Abner Henry ar][! sons at the river. ~r. and Mrs. Bert Viands and (ME and Mrs. Harry Shirley and Chlldren were Sunday evening call t with friends in Winchester, ~Ir. a,nd Mrs. Joe Wheeler and q,v~ Children of Bolexi, Miss spent la~ week her brother and sit, er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B~ll~h and on Sunday Mrs. Bush h~i a family dinner, Mr. and Mrs. P~:Bush were up from Alex- andria, Va. and their mother Mrs. B~sh from the Moore Rest Home were altoge~:her for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler a,'Td children left this morning for their home. Mr. Wheeler is still in srvice. Mr. Donald HovesTnale of the 'Btoomery spent several days last week with his sister and family in (Martins.burg. Mrs. Maude Smallwood spent Sunday afternoon with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Marvi:~ Smallwood and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mt~, Tommie Herndon of Washingt,an, D. C. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Frit,ts. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Cheryl of LoLidoun Hei g'hts, Va. and Mr. a,~d Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson were Sunday day guests with their parenC, s Mr. ~nd Mrs, Albert Viands Jr. and amJly at 1:he Bloomery. Mr .and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and Davie Viands spent the day Sunday with the foxzners par ents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearow. in Berkeley Springs. ~Mrs. Maude Smallwood spent ~turday even,trig witll her son Mr ,~,Tatwin Smaliwood and family We were all very S01Ty to hear of the deatl~ of Mrs. Bessie Pearl on Saturday afternoon at her home near Chestnut I-Iil,l. Mrs. James Dailey is a sister of Mrs. Pearl. Our sympathy goes out to the family and relatives. Mr. Albert Viands Jr. is home from work today with a b~dly infected arm which has been giv- dng him trouble for some time as ~he has had an awful sore finger and we think the t1'ouble came $rom that. Mr. David Bracket[ had their ,con back in the Winchester Hos- ,piLal last Wednesday for an opera ~$ion on his eye w~ch c~me from ,a bow and arrow. We hope the cO er~tion will be a success. The little boy returned to his home on Sat- urday. Mrs, Williazn Dlllow and daug~h ,ter Tana were callers with her mo ~her Mrs, Mary Frye in Point of Rocks. IAt~tle Donna Lynn Hovermale and Davie Viands spent t~he day i ~onday with their aun:t Mrs. Evel yn Wiles in Loudoun Heights, V~t. ! Mr. and Mrs. Wa~*ter Smallwood of Ran:son were SundRy evening callers with his mother Mrs. Mau de Smallwood. Mr. John Viands of town spen~ the day Monday in WaXhing.ton, D. C. on business. Mrs. Lester Ot and son Mich- ael spent the day wit;h her mother Mrs. James Bailey. 'Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands and ~ons Jackie and Glenn of Charles Town were Wednesday evening callers with the formers paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. Forrest Cha.mblin of Middle way was a supper guest on "l~hurs day evening with his brother-in- l~w and ,~ster Mr. and Mrs. Rob- eft ~rye. ,Mrs, Elva Lancaster, Mrs. Shir |ey R~mey and daughter and Mrs. Met, ty Chapman and son were din her guests on Friday width Mt:~. Harry Shirley and family at Mid- dleway. These young ladies are alt ~telephone opera~ors of the Oener al Telephone Co. of town. Mrs. Gorge Jones left on Friday evening for a visit to her home ~,~avn Ml~c~ukee, Wis. She wilt be guest of her nieces Misses Myrt- le and Pearl Slyaude. Mhe will be gono a~bo~t two weeks. ,Mrs. Ma'~de 8mallwood and son lVfarvin were in WinChester, Va. on Friday morning. ~Vir. and Mrs. Milton Popkins and 5"rand&~iigi~te~ Joyce oi Kai)- letown were Friday evening call- ers with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and dau g~hter, Bonnie. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk and daughter of Martinsburg were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and ,Mrs. Annie Loudan. W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church was met at the home of Mrs. William Cap~-iotti and ,Mrs. Joh~a I_~okingbill on Wednesday night, May 13 with a very good at tendance. The devotionals was in charge of the vice president, the subject The World to Christ We Bring. Business meeting in charge of the president Mrs. Ray Hetzel Delicious refreshments were set'- red. :Mrs. Charles Daugherty accom- panied by Mrs. Edith Geary and ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes of Charles Town visited their sister Mrs. Christine Geary Shade who is a patie,'at in ~he Kings Daugh- ters Hospital. Her husband Gil- bert Shade is a patient in the V. A. Center Hospital Martinsburg. gan are in Philadelphia, Pa. Miss Alma Lou Knott a student :~urse at Kings Daught, ers Hospit- al is spending her vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and family. Gardner Loudan of Harpers Ferry was a guest on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and ,Mrs. An~ie Loudan. M~'s. Helen Mills, Mrs. Mildred Capriot.ti, Mrs. Helen Laudan, and Mrs. Jessie Houser motored to Martinsburg recently and attend- ed an all day training school for vacation Church school workers which held at Trinity Methodist Churc'h. The study course on the book of Isiah was held at the Methodist Church i:~ Millville attended by Women of W. S. C. S. and sons of the men folks from Bakerton. .DT-2 Donald Trundle W. S. Coast Guard Academy New Lon- don, Conn. spent the weekend wi~t~h his wife and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. Mr .a;~d Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter spent ,Sunday even- ing neat' Shepherdntown visiting iii5 15&I'CSTtL.~ MY. and Mi.~, 5;am~io] Trundle and son George. Mr. Paul Hildenbrand of Fred- erick, who was mowing his grass along the Potomac had the misfor tune to get his foot seve~qy cut by ~he knife of the mower flying and striking his foot. He was rushed to the Charles Town Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rohrer of Hagerstown, Md. accompanied by Mr. and Ma's. M. D. Welsh Jr. tour ed Jefferson County and nearby spots of interest in Virginia on Su;]day. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. Witmer Bagent is visiting his daughter and son-i,]-law Mr. and Mrs. George Root in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family visi.ted Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owens in Tablet's Stat- ion Saturday. ~Miss Beverly Bragg of Washing ton spent the weekend with her parents Mr. a,nd Mrs. John Bragg and sister Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daughter of Falls Church spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughter. M]. a]~d Mi~. P,,,&i:,os,L R~lL]~ali',JYd and family of Bolivar viisted Mr. and Mrs. Harry Locke Sunday, Mr. and ,Mrs. Neale Ambrose of Oharles Town visited Mr. ,and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose Sunday eve.n- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Breeden and Mr. Ernest Breeden all of Ranson visited Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Breed en Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman S,nowden and son of Martinsburg visited Mrs. Mamie Martin Sunday. Little Donna Jean Spitzer and Mr. Marvin Breeden are on t'he sick lis, t th,is week. Wayne Welty and Carol Gageby were among the class 6th ,of Har- pers Ferry School who spe,']t Fri- day in Washington. They went by bus and the class enjoyed it. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breeden and family of Summit Point visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Martin Breeden and family Saturday evening. Mrs. John Welty of She.:]andoah Junction was supper guest of ,Mr. and Mrs. T. W. and sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty visi- ted Mrs. Lee Emery in Martins- burg one day last week. Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitchell of Goldsboro, N. C. are spe,ndin~ a while with his parents here Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell. farm Women Enjoy Demonstration Day Some 85 members of Farm Women's C1,2bs of Jefferson Coun ty and their friends attended the annual Demonstration Day held at Bardane Communi.ty Center, May 7. The event was held in ob- servance of National Home Demo,n stration Week. During the morning session, de monstrations were given by the lo cal clubs and they included: Betsy R