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k' llb! J lb:, 59 I II \ U. S. Inspected MRS. SMITH'S MRS. SMITH'S m l / C Ib C Ib $'00 6 !89 rol $ 79 23/ Cake ea Sl2S I I (LARGE SIZE) 9ozi bag 69 m oz can oz can 1,4 gal 49 [, I ay dot ing at racing last yea illion d, E.C()STY publi drop] .fh:st M rtributio: i 10 bag 59 20 ,bag 98 ,16 oz i $119 Y C J OZ J OZ bag 59 10 , YOUR FI IENDLY HOME-OWNED ImlK ml ltm mJ \ Mrs. Harry Shirley Vacation Bible School The dates for the Vacation Bible School have been set for June 13th thru the 23rd of June at the Middleway Methodist Chu- rch. There will be classes for the nursery on up through the age of were Susan, Barbara and Mathew Putz Andrew and Edward Sch- wartz and guest, Gregory Viands, Denese Ring, Teresa Ring, Rod- hey Ring, Tammy and Joey Jurek Mrs. Darlington, Mrs. Robert Putz, Mrs. Allen Ring, Mrs. Paul Ring, Mrs. Edward Jurek Mrs. Edward Boher and Mrs. Naomi Barrow attended a Coin Show in Hagerstown, Md. on Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Barrow was the winner of one of the door prizes given away. Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family along with Mrs. Nannie Smallwood were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smallwood and son, Jeff, of Boli- var, W. Va Mrs. Cleyme Baker spent sev- eral days recently with her sister, Mrs. Clarence Swartz, on Jeffer- son Avenue and also attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary cele bration for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pine. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley fourteen Attend Anmversary n " entertained with a dinner on Mo Birthday Party Quite a number from here att- day evening honoring the 16th Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ring en-' ended the 50th Wedding Anniver-] Birthday of their son, ttarry and retrained on Saturday evening 'sary of Mr. and Mrs. Albert And-t also the birthday of Albert Viands with a Birthday Party honoring; ers held at the home of Mr. and~Those present were Mrs. Albert the Birthdays of their two sons,(Mrs. Melvin Magaha on Sunday/Viands, Mrs. Julia Viands, Mrs. and Mike. Those present afternoon Naomi Barrow and the honored guests. Visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd and family were Mrs. Jennie Haines and daughter Mrs. J. Bell, Oxen Hill, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons, Glengary, W. Va., Mrs. Georgie Todd and son, Andrew, Winchester, Va. We are glad to hear Mrs. Will- iam Abshire has returned home from the hospital where she had ,been a patient suffering from pneumonia. . The Sixth Grade of the Leetown School Toured Gettysburg, Pa. on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. and son, Terry, and Donald Shirley were among the group that went. Mr. Wayne Welty Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Welty of Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foltz of Berryville, Va. visited Mrs. Foltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bragg over the weekend. Mr. Mrs. Donald Hale and small son, Bret, of Alexandria, Va. spent the weekend with Mrs. Hale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Gageby. The Hales also visited and spent some time with Mrs. Itale's grandfather, Mr. HowardI AmbroSe. ] Mr. Steve Casper of Norfolk, I Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family, Mr. Casper is stationed at Norfolk, Va. in the U. S. Navy with Mrs. Spitzer's son, Kenneth Bageant. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gageby and family of Charles Town spent Sunday afternoon with his father Mr. Charles Gageby and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kidwiler and dau- ghter, Kenna Kay. Mr. Larry Ambrose of Win- chester, Va. spent Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tho- mas Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 The M. Y. F. of the Engle Metho dist Church met Monday night in the church hall at 7:00 p. m. Refreshments were served after the business meeting by the Rev- erend Harold R. McClay and wife. Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mrs. Rosie Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. John Danner and family were dinner guests Sunday with the formers daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rockville, Md., were sts Sunday with Mr. James Jenkins and en. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin and family spent the with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Carl daughter Linda of were dinner guests the formers father Hawk and sister, Mrs. bs.