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!? Unto.n Honored Son Wflh DmnerOn " r 25th Anmver.ry Ave., Ranson, W. Va. Tue Miss Frances Willard of neighborhoods. Thirty one pup-r Sunday afternoon. ils, Mrs. Smootz and six parents, I A buffet luncheon with a tier /TOt Swede niotored by county school bhs'to'l~al~e decorated with "tiny dolls Visit In nAs nearby Jefferson Village where I wa.~ served. The luncheon, consist- the children observed a new night / ed of country ham, chicken salad, borhood under construction. [sandwiches, several kinds of can- Guest Sweden Lions Club They proceeded on toLeetown, tdY, mints, nlarshmallows and nuts a typical established conlmunity, ]and soft drinks. Polaroid pictures where they toured a rural school. Iwere taken and all turned out The children found it interesting very well. to find each room in Leetown The weather was just perfect School has one teacher for two for the occasion. Rex,. and Mrs. May 17th on their 25th with a surprised sup which was held at Mrs. Shirley's Resturant in The table was center- and white Chry- with a lovely tiered cake baked by Mrs. Shirley. The guests were a wonderful country ham Mr. and Mrs. Linton re- beautiful gifts of silver. were: Mr. and Mrs. Woodard, Leetown; Mr. Mrs. Harold Scarlett, Martins ~; Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Gochen Martinsburg; Mr and Mrs. ; Wilson, Charles'Town; Mr. Mrs. James Dailey, Martins- 5; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McDon- , Martinsburg; Mr. Homer Kees lstown; Mr. Robert Budden Charles Town. Ch- rch Sunday To The Spirlt-Advoeate TO SAVERS: SAVE BY THE / svrE of a full onth's profit each and v month! Save by tlm earn from the 1st. Rate Per Annum MISS FRANCES WILLARD Miss Frances Willard, a senior at Berkeley Springs High School, has been informed by Eldon E. Shipman, dhairman for the Lions International Youth Exchange Program for District 291, that she has been chosen to be a guest of the Lions Club in Finspang, Sweden for a vacation visit in Sweden this summer. She is be- ing sponsored by the Berkeley Springs Lions Club. She will fly from Kennedy Airport on June 30 and return by boat in late July. An honor student at the high school where she serves as presi- dent of the Student Council, Miss Willardis keenly interested in foreign affairs, and will enter West Virginia University in Sep- tember where she will major in political science. For the past two years she has participated in a United Nations Seminar in New York, under the direction of the Methodist Youth Fellowship of which she is a member. A member of the Pep Club and co-editor of the yearbook, Arrow- head, Miss Willard is active in music circles . She recently par- ticipated in the Area IV Band Clinic in Martinsburg and Rom- ney. She is drum majorette of the high school band and sings in the Youth Choir at the Metho- dist Church. While in Sweden, Miss Willard will be guest in the home of Mr. Birger Johansson, Finspang, Swe- den. She will make the trip in June by jet flight directly to Stockholm. grades and a total enrollment of sixty five. They also visited Mrs. Locke's General Store and Lee- town Baptist Church. While in Leetown, the group was shown around The Federal Fish Hatchery. Mr. Elmo Hannas gave the children an interesting and informative talk on different kinds of fish, breeding, and care and feeding of them. Leaving Leet0wn the bus took the class to Meg-Willie Farm, home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magaha The children were encouraged to walk in the woods, see the farm animals, growing crops, and farm machinery. Mr. Harry Smootz was a special guest at the picnic lunch which followed the farm tour. A horse- back ride completed the day. Mr. Robert Appel was the bus driver for the field trip. The outing was arranged by special permission of the Super- intendent of Schools and the principal. Parents accompanying the gro- up were: Mrs. Jay Moler, Mrs. Robert Peacher, Mrs. James Riley Mrs. Ed Morgan, Mrs. Garland Moore and Mrs. Roy Magaha. Mecklenberg Garden Club Has Business Meeting With Mrs. Klug The April meeting of the Mec- klenberg Garden Club held at the home of Mrs. ttarry Klug, opened with the President, Mrs. D. Lee Morgan, reading a letter from the state president, Mrs. C. Manning Smith of Charles Town, pertain- ing to achieving natural beauty for the state and ending with the timely thought that West Vir-, ginia's beauty in everyone's duty. Mrs. Howard Carper, Jr., re- ported that Mecklenberg's radio program, "Plant Them Right," had been taped and was aired on Monday, May 2, at 1:45 p. m. All the flower boxes on Main street in Shepherdstown, have been planted with pansies accord ing to Mrs. William Knode, chair man of the project. & LOAN ASS'N. ::I00 W. Washington_St. , I IAGERSTO'WN; MD, " Miss Willard is the daughter of The Conservation committee re- Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Small- presented at the meeting by Mrs. wood of Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Ralph Headley and Mrs. Clarence Wright, indicated that the Clean p program has been launched 5ec~1 S Of with the help of the Pioneer,4~ - : Club, and the SateRoad ~omrn- Dial RE 9-1001 Wright Denny School Enjoyed Field Trip Mrs. Mary Smoot's second grade class of Wright Denny School took a field trip on Monday in connection with a recent study JUST IN TIME ission, Saturday, May 14, the group, along with four trucks, spent three hours picking up trash on the four main roads leading into Shepherdstown. The feeling of the garden club members seemed to be that there is a need to educate the public and secure their help if we are to triumph over trash. Mrs. Morgan gave an extensive report on the recent state con- vention at the Greenbrier and had one of the' centerpieces, on attractive birdhouse that had been made in this district on dis- play. After the meeting the group went to Manatawny, the home of Mrs. H. H.' Williams and Miss Eleanor Potts which was on the House and Garden tour Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24, for final briefing as to 'their duties in showing the home. ---FOR--- BULOVA Water-Proof - Shock-Proof - Anti.Magnetic ONE FULL YEAR GUARANTEE FOR ONLY- $10.95 Also many new styles of the famous Accutron - Latest in Spiedel Twist-O-Flex FROM $2.95- Up itish Sterling, personally engraved F-R-E-E of Charge You Wait -- And Flat Ware by Gorham, Reed Barton - F-R-E-E, with the Purchase of Any KEEP-SAKE DIAMOND RING or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are Authorized Keepsake Dealer. 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-7411 - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .... -,--OUR STORE HOURS .... 9 TO 5--- MONDAY Thru THURSDAY 9 TO 9 -- FRIDAY And SATURDAY Mrs. Floyd Simons Bridal Shower A bridal shower was given for Miss Frances Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown by her sister, Mrs. Calvin L. Myers of Hillsboro, Va., at the home of Mrs. Earl K. McDonough (another sister of the bride) at her home in Shenandoah Junction Friday evening. Many lovely and useful gifts gifts were given by the fol- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. lowing: _ __ Myers, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Me- Donough, Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hoffman, Mr. a~d Mrs. Abraham Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mc- Gowan, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tur. ner, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Felts, Mr. and Mrs Herman Hillard, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shade, Miss Con- nie Mason, Mr. Donald Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Engle, Mrs. Anna K. Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown, Mrs. Joseph Burenhan. Refreshments of wedding cake, peanuts, mints, candy, potato chips and punch were served. Gifts were sent by Mrs. Lucille Brown, Mrs. Laura James and Bertha Simons were were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder of Mar. tinsburg were Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd. Stork Shower Mrs. Lillian Ware gave a stork shower in honor of her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Geraldine Ward, the wife of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ware's youngest son. The shower was held at the home of the ea- ior home on 12th Ave., on Urquart were present. Rev. Ur- quhart, their pastor, offered prayer after the guest of honor finished opening her gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ware gave their daughter-in-law a love- ly watch for the happy occasion, their first child after seven years of marriage. Those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Graham, Bobble, Brenda and Judy, from Waterford, Va., Mrs. Peggy Weaver and Kim oof Knoxville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson of Berryville, Va., Mrs. Angelia Morgan and Debby, of Arcola, Va., Mrs. Bill Ware, Hillsboro, Va., Mrs. Edna Lanham, Shirley Ann and Barbara Jane, also from Hillsboro, Va. Mrs. Ruth Owens, Bardane, Mrs. Addle Steward, Mrs. Irene Stew- ard, Mrs Alice Hackley, Beckie Hoe, Patsy Hardy, Sammy Hardy, Shirley Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardy and sons Mike and Willie, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hardy and sons Billie and Junior, all of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Susie Frye, Halltown. Rev. and Mrs. Urquhart, Mrs. Margaret Lemas- ter, Mrs. Anna Hunt, Mrs. Agnes Anderson, Mrs. Lottie And erson, Mrs. Barford Brewer and chil- dren, Tina Timmie, and David, Mrs. Pearl Ware, Mrs. Madeline Christman, Betty Jean, and Robin Ann, Mrs. Elsie Sowers and Miss Betty Sowers, all of Charles Town, Mrs. Della Walters, Mrs. Mary Shade, Mrs. Katherine Mills, Miss Deborah Mills and Ralph, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ware, Miss Joyce Ann Ware and the hostess, all of Ranson, and Mrs. Ann Ailshire from Ocala, Fla., who is visiting here. There were others invited who could not attend but sent gifts. A lovely time was had by all who wished Mrs. Ware the best of good for- tune. Little Robin Brown, small daughter of Mrs. George Brown, returned home from Kings Daughters ttospital in Martins. burg. She is reported to be get- ting along very nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Owens and mother, of Winchester, Va., spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. George W. James were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Bobby Mc- Donough and son, Steven. They celebrated Mr. McDonough's birthday. Little Norman Snyder, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sny- der, Cooke St~.eet,~.W~S a ton$iUov, tomy patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital Thursday until Saturday. tie returned home Sat- urday and is getting along very well. Mrs. Lucille Brown and Mrs. Wanda Ring and daughters at. tended a musical recital by Mrs. Julian Owens oh Friday night at Musselman High School. Kimber. ly and Timothy Ruble, daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ruble, of Gerrardstown Va., took part. They are Mrs. Brown's grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins called on relatives in Winchester, Va., on Wednesday evening. Luncheon guests on Wednes- day of Mrs. Lucille Brown were Mrs. Florence James. Mrs. Elsie Maye of Charles Town, Mrs. Wan- da Ring and daughters of Middle- way, Mrs. Edith Jones, Martins- burg, Mrs. Helen Boyd and Mrs. Earle Whittington. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Field Trip On Thursday, May 19, the st~- dents of Rippon School went on a field trip to Martinsburg Airport where they visited the West Vir- ginia Air National Guard Detach. ment. During the afternoon they enjoyed a guided tour through the interior of a C-121 Constella- tion airplane, a visit to the fire station, and the paraeilities of the airport. Mr. and Mrs. John Cozart and two sons, of Dolthan, Ale., were guests on Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and family, of Charles Town, and also Mr. and Mrs. Cozart were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Anders on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and daughter, Sharyl Marie, of Baltimore, were weekend guests at the homeof the latter's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were in Hagerstown this past week where they were called by the death of their aunt, Mrs. Anna Mae Grove. Burial was in Rest Haven Cemetery in IIagerstow~, Md. Mrs. JoAnn Twigg of Mar- tinsburg, Mrs. Hunter Lloyd of Middleway and Mrs. Tony Cera. vale were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Haines of Hagerstown, and they were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ceravalo of Williamsport and oth- er guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Green and four chil- dren, of Baltimore, Md., and oa returning home Mrs. Lloyd and Ire. Ceravalo were t'ueats at home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lar- gent of Marlowe and Mr. James Ceravalo, and "also they weYe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- vale of Falling Waters on Sun- day. Mrs. Herman Copley and daugh- ter, Sheryl Marie, of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Lewis Carroll were visitors on Saturday eve- ning at the home of the letter's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Carroll of Shepherds. towwn. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Watson, of Shepherdstown, Mrs. Charles Gore and Miss Meta Frazier, of Summit Point, and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were recently visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fra- zzier Watson and Mrs. Frank Wat- son of Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwarz- mann and three children Randy, Garry and Sharon Dianne, of Bel Air, Md., were holiday weekend guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenkins and family and the lat- ter s sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Har- rell and family, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer and family were Sunday after- noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams spent Saturday in Gettysburg, Pa., where they attended the "Gettys- burg Round-Up" square dance on the Gettysburg College campus. Bob Page, of Californie, was among the callers. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha of Frederick, Md, had as their house guest Saturday night, Mr. Ma- gaha's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams en- tertained Sunday with a birthday dinner at their home in honor of their two sons' birthday, Mr. Lee Adams and Mr. Charles Adams. The occasion also marked a birth. day of their granddaughter, Deb- bie Adams. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams and son Denny, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two chil- dren, Martha and Chuckle, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and three children, Debbie, Da- vid, and Franklin Adams. Clay Bayliss of Berryville and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hare and son Rusty of Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz of Mid- dleway and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Feltner of Winchester, Va., were recent dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz. Mrs. Ada Shaull of Fedias, Ari- zona, Mrs. Maude Dalgarn and Mrs. Nancy Poffinberger, of Ha- gerstown, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.E. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Braithwaite and also visited at the home"of Mr- and'Mi'. Lar~y -THURSDAYrJUNE-2, 1966 ........ B--7 Everhart .on Friday___.__ - ~ i :--------- m ~------------- - Go To Church Sunday l Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate " Appliance dealers say: "don't simmer thi: summer" *special wirln air con * Applicable to PE residential customers. see your favorite appliance dealer or electrical contractor today] Potomac Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System AUTHORIZED DEAL . S CHRYSLER, MOTOR8 CORPOP~TION m f (ou have to go a lot fur/ ther for any stronger protection than Chrysler's 5-year/ 50.O00-mile engine and drive train %- warranty. It's the longest in the business. fou'll enjoy the trip to your Chrysler D(taler's, too. Especially when you see his spring special price tags. C~OAA Move up... Move now... CHRYSLER'S 5-YEAR/ O, O00-MILE ENGINE AND DRIVE TRAIN WARRANTY WITH THIS COVERAGE: Chrysler Corporation warrants, for years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against deyacts in materials and workmenshipand Will r~lace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of businesS, without harg~ for required parts and labor the engine blbcP~ head and nternaf parts. intake manifold, waterpump, transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch), torque convertf~r, drive shaft universal joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1966 at~tomobtles, provided the owner has the engine oil han~ed every'3 months or 4.000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required serv ca. and requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage. t I