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fliifliii f li i'i llililU i illi~'~: ]lii::&~'' :~-'~" .... ~ ..... ............. ' ...... ....... ii 11 ...... TC . rLt Why not make certain that you enjoy them more by saving something now while'the going is good. IIIIIIII I I III I ! A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts illl: j i FULL III P I ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN By Mrs. Marianna Smallwood --- Phone 725.5707 "J ~ ' U : I~or Sunday, J ne 5, Rev. C. S. served refreshments including the :Recklky, P. C., has announced customary decorated cake in hen- there will be a guest speaker to conduct worship service at 11 o'clock. Hugh Hoover, son of Mr. and ,~Irs. Dickerson Hoover of The Rocks. broke a finger on the left ~hand. The accident occurred ,when fisl~dng. Recently General John N. An- :drews and Mrs. Andrews had as ,a visitor at Avonwood Farm, Dr. DOrothy Howard, who is Mrs. An- drews' sister from Frostburg, Md. During Dr. Howard's visit, the Andrews and she motored to Greenville, S. C., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Allen who have just re- turned there, Mrs. Allen is a sis- Ier of Mrs. Andrews and Dr. How- ard. Since the season is ahead of our Jefferson County spring- time, the three especially enjoyed the azaleas and other flowers of the Shenandoah Valley area. On Tuesday night of last week Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dillow at their trailer on the Shenandoah River near Dutch Hill. Mrs. Mil- ton was pleasantly surprised dur- ing the evening when the Dillows or of Mrs. Milton's birthday. Daniel Gaynor, employdd by an aircraft company in Hagerstown, Md., was on a week's vacation this past week to enjoy fishing with his brother, Lewis Gaynor and son, Lewis, Jr., of Clear Spring, Md., who were "visitiag Daniel. Lewis, Jr., U. S. Marine,. was on a twenty-day leave. Correction: The scholarship awarded to Franklin L. Welsh, Charles Town High School, was given by the Peoples Bank of Charles Town and not the Bank of Charles Town as was reported to this correspondent. Mr. Lewis Rissler accompanied by Mr. Leroy Ware took Mrs. Lewis Rissler last Friday to Charlottesville, Va., where the latter was admitted to the Uni- versity of Virginia Hospital for tests and treatments. On Mon- day, Mr. Rissler talked with Mrs. Rissler who expects to return home Friday, May 27. Mr. Lewis Rissler and daughter, Jane. were supper guests on Fri- day of his brother, Melvin Rissler and family. IMPROVED D-B -1 121 W. WASHINGTON ST CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725-5113 Miss Sue Ellen Bush attended a wiener roast Friday night at The Big Eddy as a farewell to Owen P. Johnston. Jr., USAS, who has been on a leave after spending some time in Vietnam. He expects to leave in the near future on a new assignment. Miss Marie Penwell, Philadel-" phia, Pa., and Mr. Fred Ever- man, Arlington, Va., attended the Spring dance and dinner for Kings Daughters nurses Saturday at the Opequon Club. Mrs. Robert White was pleas- antly surprised Saturday evening when her nieces and nephewws assisted by their parents enter- tained at a family party at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ris- sler in honor of her birthday. Her brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Getts, son Geryl of near Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Willard White, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White, Beverly, Bruce and Terry Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ton Ross, Larry, Linda and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. White. daugh- ter, Breenda, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seal, Chub- by, Debbie and Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler and Dianne were present. Mr and Mrs. Walter Burdick, George Nelson, Sherry and Dale of Elkins spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Howard N. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor and four children, of Bethany Farm, spent Sunday with the for- mer's sister, Mrs. Lucy Watts and family, of Glen Burnie, Md. Charles R. Langdon. Washing- ton, D. C., spent ceveral days this past week with his mother, Mrs. Charles R. Langdon. On Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Sr., Miss Frances Mallard, of Martinsburg, enjoyed a cook-out supper with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford and children. On Sunday, Mr. Lewis Rissler, daugh- ters Pat, Jane, and Susan and Happy Roth were dinner guests of the Wolfords and Mrs. Small- wood. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson and Jacque of Front Royal, Va., were supper guests en route to their home after visiting her mother, Mrs. B. F. Riddleberger and fam- ily, Charles Town. Farm Women Meet Mrs. Oral B. Hughes was host- ess to the Kabletown Home Dem- onstration Club when fourteen memebers were present. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. 'William Walker, president, who turned the meeting over to Mrs. George Heidrich who lead the lesson "American Artists and Their Works," from the Eigh- teenth Century to the present. Slides were shown which includ- e& the works of Copley, Sulley, Stuart and Savage. Much inter- est was shown in this phase of the meeting. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. tIoward Clen- denning, secretary, and approved. Mrs. Robert McGarry, treasurer, gave the financial report. The club went on record as be- ing in favor of county and zoning planning provided the citizens of work wefT=, Jackson; secretary of Spiritual Life Cultivation, Mrs. Dewey Meadows; secretary of program material, Mrs. B. W. ttoffman; secretary of membership cultiva- tion, Mrs. Harold McClay, Jr.; secretary of Christian Social Re- lationship, Mrs. Robert James; Jefferson County do the planning. I secretary of Missionary and Serv- A committee was appointed to[ice, Mrs. Ralph Johnson; chair-: revise the club constitution by- laws which were instituted in 1949. Two books--"Revision of the West Virginia Constitution" and "Freedom and You" are being ]'cad by members. The Committee on Education reported five members had gone on the Garden Tour, Mrs. John Rissler gave an account of the exchange student who had spent two weeks at their home. The Committee on Health re- ported that six members have had complete physical examinations this year. Members had distrib- unted surplus food in May. The Committee on Human Re, sources reported that the amount of ten dollars is to be contributed to help defray expense of a 4-H member of Blue Ridge Live Wire Club to attend camp. Discarded nylons are being solicited to stuff toys for the Retarded Children's Hospital. The devotionals were presented by Mrs. Calvin Henshaw who read a selection from Philippians. Announcements were made concerning the County Council to be held May 27 at the Community Cefiter and that the June meet- ing will be held at th9 home of Mrs. David McMillan. Miss Dorothy Lake man of Local Work, Evelyn Jack- son. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin spent Sunday evening visiting the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus and family of Winchester Va. They enjoyed a cook-out while there. Mrs. Sherman Dimmon of Charles Town, Mrs. Mac Webb and Miss Dot Lake motored to Winchester, Va., on Tuesday of the past week to take Mrs. Joe Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Mr, and Mrs. Lake re- mained in Winchester until Sun. day. While there they were visi- tors of Mrs. Vallie Carper and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Coffelt. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam, Mr. Granvel Longerbeam and children, Granville, Jr., Clayton and Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and children, Randy and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam and children, Tom- my, Linda~, Kathy, and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughters, Tracey and Robin, Donald Longerbeam and Patricia Ain~worth, all enjoyed a picnic along the Shenandoah River on Sunday. The occasion was in hon- or of the birthday of Mr. J. T. Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hough of Bethesda, Md., were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Mrs. Carrie Johnson and Miss Emma Jane Johnson. The latter returned home with the Houghs for a visit. of Mar- guerite Petrucci and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daughter, Miss Rebecca IAlla. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner spent Tuesday of last week in Winchester, Va., shopping. Mr. Freddie Ranalli returned home on Monday from the Win. chester ttospital where he had been a patient since Wednesday of last week. llis many friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Patient in Hospital Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, Jr., is a patient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital, Ranson. Her many friends wish for her a speedy recovery. Miss Margaret Houser Mr. Ira Moler of Alexandria, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mo- ler and son of Charles Town were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mr~ William Rowland and fam. ily and James and Clarence Moler. , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter of Lanham, Md., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just and son, and Miss Allen Moch of Johnstown, Pa., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder and also visited Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti and son and Mrs. John Lookinbill. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzel of Morgantown were the weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hetzel and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel. Install W.S.C.S. Officers During the morning worship service at the Methodist Church on Sunday, May 22, the installa- tion service was held for officers of the W. S. C. S. Those being in- stalled for the coming year 1966- 1967 were as follows: President, Mrs. Willard Willingham; treas- urer, Mrs. Floyd Milton; record- ing secretary, Mrs. Jesse Howell SPIR OY' JEFFERSON FARMERs ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 dren spent Monday evening with Rev. and Mrs. Luther Crady, the occasion being a birthday party their son Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes and Miss Eddie Geary of Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Daugherty on Sunday and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daugherty and daughters. FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ALWAYS RRST OUALII~ Mrs. Rodeffer's - Apparel Clean-Up Description MATERNITY TOPS WOMEN'S COATS SHORT COATS VELOUR JACKETS HOODED JACKET 2 PIECE COORDINATES Former Clean-I Price PRIC] 3.98 3.00 , 21.00 9.00 12.00 6.00 9.00 5.00 6.9s 4.00 2.98 1.00 3.98 2.00 4.98 2.00 5.98 3.00 6.98 4.00 6,98 3.00 To 10.98 4.00 & To 14.98 8.00 9.98 6.00 Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hooe and Graduates from Harpers Ferry children of the Bloomery were High School, Class of 1966, from B L O U S E S Tuesday evenoing visitors of Mr. Bakerton are Karen Gift, Glenn and Mrs, Garland Hooe, St. Knott, Gary Loudan, Vicki Hou- B L O U S E S Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howell ser,. Joy Jamison and Dougie U N I F O R M S and daughter of Charles Town, Dozmr. U N I F O R M S were Friday supper guests of Mr.] Mrs. Joe Seibert and daughter and Mrs. Jesse Howell. I of Vanclesville were guests of her U N I F O R M S Mr. and Mrs. Louis Petruccilparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SPRING DRESSES and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Small. Knott and son and Mrs. Florence SPRING DRESSES wood and children, Tina and Ton- I Runion on Saturday. SPRING DRESSES ya of Charles Town, were Sunday Mrs. Harlan VanCamp and chil- ALL WOMEN'S HATS 2.98 .25 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PEDAL PUSHERS 1.98 1.50 Mrs. Propps' - Infants & Gli'ls" Clean-Up CLOSED INFANTS CRAWLERS 1.98 L00 MONDAY MAY 30 B O O T E E S 1.00 .25 MEMORIAL DAY ODDS & ENDS APPAREL 2.98 1.50 GIRLS ANKLETS .40 .22 GIRLS BLOUSES To 2.98 .50 & :::::!:;:" "::i':'~''i USE YOUR PERSONAL Penney Charge Caxd PLAID SLACKS 2 PPIECE PANT SETS SPRING DRESSES 2.98 1.00 To 4.98 )0 To 4,98 1.50 & ... more GOOD IN NEARLY 1700 PENNEY STORES IN NEARLY 1700 TOWNS AND CITIES Mrs. Stumbaugh's Wom. Furn. GIRDLES GRANNY SUN GLASSES GLOVES KNEE LENGTH HOSE 5.95 4.00 , 1.00 .66 3.00 .50 1.39 .66 Mr. Thompson's - Men Dept. SUMMER WORK PANTS SUMMER WORK SHIRTS WESTERN SHIRTS BERMUDA SHORTS SUMMER DRESS PANTS SUMMER DRESS PANTS S. S, GINGHAM SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS L. S. MADRAS SHIRTS 2.98 / 1.99 1.98 .99 3.98 2.00 3.98 2.50 4.98 2.00 6.98 4.00 2.98 1.50 2.98 2.00 4.98 Mrs. Grove's - Boys DepL Clean-Up TAPERED JEANS STRETCH JEANS L. S. SPORT SHIRTS L. S. SPORT SHIRTS S. S. SPORT SHIRTS S. S. KNIT SHIRTS 2.98 3.69 2.50 2.49 3.49 2.50 1.99 1.22 2.49 Miss Dailey's - Home ~I~1~"r~ Clean-Up RUG RUNNERS 3.99 2.91 RUG RUNNERS 7.99 5.(, RUG RUNNERS 11.99 KING SIZE SHEETS 5.29 BATH ROOM CURTAIN'S 1.98 .50 ASSORTED NOTIONS .77 .50 MATTRESS PROTECTORS-Full Size 3.88 Mrs. Hoffmaster's - Shoe Clean-Up 81 PAIRS CHILDRENS SHOES 80 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES 36 PAIRS MEN'S SHOES 2.00 TO 4.00 2.00 TO 7.00 All Above Items Consist Of Discontinued Items, Slightly Soiled Damaged Items, Remains Of Special BE SURE TO COME IN AND WITH OUR SALES ASSOCIATI S ON ALL THESE BARGAIN BUYS! ... and making a very fashionable splash! The two.patter look cover-up or beautifully bare win all the 'ayes' from coast-to-coast! Dazzling colors, too.., and all with foam rubber hiner bras for subtle shaping. Print overblouse suit in double-knit stretch nylon, 32-40, ,10.98; Nylon velour top, nylon knit bottoms, 32.38, 10.98; Two-in-one suits in nylon knit with Arnel overblouses, 32-38, 10.98. Attractive BATHING SUITS For Girls ....... 2.98 tol4.98 SWIMTRUNKS For Men ................... 2.98 to 3.98 SWIM TRUNKS For Boys ................ 1.29 to 2.98 FRI. & SAT. 9 TO 9 PENNEY'S STORE HOURS- MON..TUES.WED.,THURS. 9 TO 5 TW LATE[ SPOR~ 102