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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES You've done it and we're proud of you. In the years to come get just as much education as you can and in the process please accept our best wishes for your success bnd prosperity. \ / I I I I H II A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts I SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 Accepts Position in Montgomery Mr. Stewart Yarbro, who has been ~ssociated with Station WXVA for the past three and a half years, left on Sunday for Montgomery, W. Va., to assume his duties as station manager of the radio station in that city. Mrs. Yarbro and their daughter, Terri, will remain here until the close of schoOl, Joining him in Mont- gomery next weekend. Miss Wallis Anne Snyder re. turned home from Shepherd Col- lege on Wednesday of last week to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder at "West Shen- stone." 1966 Graduates As always, Summit Point is well represented in the class which will graduate this week from Charles Town High School, with six young men and women re- ceiving their diplomas at the com- mencement exercises, The local members of the class are the Misses Sharon Smallwood, Mary Lynn Childs and Betty Lou Jen- kins; Jim Magaha, Tommy Burch and Terry Henry. Jim Magaha, completing his high school studies with a B plus average, is one of the seniors eligible to wear the silver tassel. Mrs. Thomas Shull spent sev- eral days last week visiting her daughter, Miss Barbara Shull in Alexandria, Va., and her son and 16.00 do ; and up to 126.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 Mrs. Marianna Smallwood On Sunday, June 5, Mr. Ashton of Martinsburg will be guest speaker in the Kabletown church at 11 ()'clock during the absence of Rev. C. S. Reckley, P. C. Mrs. Lewis Carroll will enter- rain the local W.S.C.S. at her home in Rippon Wednesday night, ,Tune 8, beginning at 8 o'clock. Rev. Charles Reckley called a special meeting of the Commis- sion on Education Sunday morn- ing following Sunday School to appoint a superintendent to re- A.M.---Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. ~Z:-~t~:i~.~;~=:~:~'~:~i~:~ii::,#~l~:~Y4| Each Monday. Quotations of the Blue Ridge ----- Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, May 30, 1966. Miss Margaret Saville, Receipts of all classes light. Number one hogs top, 26.20, Tapped For Jr. Women s featured the sale. Choice butcher steers, none; good i)utcher steers, 24.00 to 25.50; Honorary At WVU plat nto medium steers, 21.00 to 23.75; choice butcher heifers, Miss Margaret Saville, daughter none; good butcher heifers, 22.00 of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Saville, to 24.00; plain to medimu heifers, Charles Town was tapped into the 17.00 to 21.75; good bulls, 24.00 to Junior Woman's Honorary at 25.00; plat nto medium bulls, West Virginia University on May 21.00 to 23.75; commercial cows, 4. This honorary, known as Chi- 19.50 to 20.50; utility cows, 18.25 mes, chooses its members on the to 19.25; canners and cutters: basis of scholarship, leadership, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 der for Facilities Management,, Blood Council was held at Capt. N. M. Martinsen, CEC, USN, I Washington County Country Naval Facilities Engineering Corn I At that meeting the Charles mand, Navy Department, was re-IRed Cross Chapter was pres{ cently selected over all other sec-I a certificate of citation for a retaries to handle the Field Div-I ing 102.08 percent of it s 1 ision Commanders Conference. I quota for the fiscal year. And Mrs. Deering has been corn I Mrs. D. J. Yowell and mended by Rear Admiral W. M. Michael E. Rice were preseni Enger, Vice Commander of the represented'-, the county chapt Naval Facilities Engineering Corn mand, Washington, D. C. The letter of commendation to Mrs. Deering was as follows: I would like to take this means to commend you for the manner in :which you took charge of and handled the secretary's desk at I Mrs. Harold Hinton. Richard Childs. who has com- pleted his freshman year at Po- tomac State College in Keyser, re- turned home last week to spend the summer months with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and family. Colonel and Mrs. E. F. I)oane of Charles Town were visitors on Saturday evening at the home of place John Demory who recently resigned. Since the assistant su- perintendent, Mr. Walter Bur- dick, moved to Elkins, Mrs. A! Kibler, superintendent of chil- dren's division, has been substi- tuting for Mr. Demory. At this meeting she was appointed assist- ant superintendent and will con- tinue for the ensuing year. Sev- eral other phases of Sunday School work were dicsussec]. A unanimous decision was made to terminate in the future the giving of faithful attendance awards. In the near future another meeting will be held to complete further plans to promote the interest and growth of Sunday School. Recent vsitors of Mrs Milton Popkins have been Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Boyd of near Gaylord who were accompanied by Mrs. Ada Singlass and Mrs. William Small. wood of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington of Rip- pun. Mrs. Popkins had been a pu. pil of Mrs. Smallwood when as Miss Alma Weakley she taught forty-three year sago in the Pine Grove School near Christ Church Mission. Sonny Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Bush, notified them' this past week that prvate first class rating has been assigned to him. He is stationed in Darm. stadt, Germany where he reports the country is much like that here. Charles Ramsburg, who la~ year killed a large rattlesnake on the former George Bell farm" not far from Rocks Ferry, performed a similar deed near the same lo- cation last week when he killed a five foot black timber rattler having fourteen rattles and one button. Linda Rouss accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Robert Duke and Nancy Barnado of Charles Town to Piney Creek, N. C., where they spent the weekend holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Buyer. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thompson, son, Billy, of Charles Town, visit- ed his father, Mr. Marshall Thompson and family on Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Clay Carper, Boyce. Va., Mr. and Mrs. James Nichols, of Stephens City, Va., George Small, wood, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Clipp and family, Shanon Deavers, all of Berryville, have been recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp, the latter's aunt, Mrs. Bonn W. daughters, Roxanna and Hebe, Crim and daughter, Mrs. Clifford visited Sunday evening with her Rowland. father Mr. Randolph Smallwood Mr. and Mrs. Hal Grey of Bal- near Boyce, Va. Darlene Clipp timore, Md., spent Sunday visit- spent the night with Mrs. Clar. ing Mr. and Mrs. James H. Shy- ence Smallwood. The latter ac. der and children, Beth and Nicky, companied by Mrs. Joshua Clipp at "East Shenstone." were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Churchwomen To Meet The Episcopal Churchwomen .of the Church of the Holy Spirit will meet at 8 o'clock DST (7 EST) on Tuesday evening, June 6, at the home of Mrs. Philip Creamer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Munson and daugh- ters, Sarah and Laura, of Smiths- burg, Md., spent the Memorial Day holidays visiting the latter's parents, the Reverend and Mrs. Charles Reckley at the Methodist Homer Kees, Gerrardstown Sun- day afternoon. They were ac- companied home by Mrs. Thomas Wolford and two children who were also visitors with her par- ents, the Kees. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cloud, Sr., David, Caroline and James at- tended the graduation exercises Sunday of the University of West Virginia, Morgantown. Their son, Joseph, is among tthe graduates. 18.00 down; cows by the head, up 3313.00; stocker and feeder steers; 24.00 to 32.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head, up to 175.00. Choice to prime calves, 31.00 to 34.00; good butcher calves, 28.00 to 30.75; medium butcher calves, 24.00 to 27.75; thin calves, 23.75 down; heavy calves, 25.00 to 29.00. Blue head grade lambs, 26.75; red head grade lambs, 25.50; red shoulder grade lambs, 22.25; butcher ewes, 3.50 to 8.00; stock ewes per head, none. parsonage. and service, last week's Commander's Confer- Miss Saville was also initiated ~. ence. You were effective and effi- into the French honorary this cient, and thus, contributed mat- semester and was elected secre- erially to the success of the con- tary of Associated Women's Stu- ference. Many thanks. ot er ioc,u o I being activities chairman for Pi j .Beta Phi, social sorority, and wor effer~0n king as an Undergraduate Assis- tant in her dormitory. She is also active in one of the campuses political parties, the All-Campus Party. Commended For Handling Good butcher nogs, 25.58 to 26.20; medium butcher hogs, 25.00 to 25.75; heavy butcher hogs, t ~ 24.60 to 24.80; butcher sows, 16.25 Conference to 19.oo; heavy feeders and lightI -- butcher hogs, 24.00 to 26.00;' A former resident of Charles shoats per hundred, 29.00 down; ToWn, Mrs. Kathleen M. Deering, p~gs per head, up 18.00; boars, secretary to the Deputy Comman- Cross Chapter Surpasses Blood Quota For Year The Jefferson County Chapter, American Red Cross had real reason to be proud of splendid cooperation and support the peo- ple of the County gave the Red Cross blood program during the past fiscal year recently when the annual meeting of the Red Cross CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TW LATE5 SPOR'I AI )L. 102 the meeting. The morning session a fihn on blood tranfusions ing from the first one ba! 1837 to the present day. H Subscribe To The Spirit.Adv,| 1 v J#t ,,.ur Hearing SONOTON Of ROY R. PURR, 733 South Potomac Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-53! COMPARE THE VALUES! See what you save on our own brands! Everything for the family: Mom, Dad, sis and brother each find fashions and accessories -- plus all you need for the home! All Penney-tested, time tested and proven for value and quality that's tops all the way! before you spend more COMPARE ALWAYS RRST QUALJT HERE IS A 2-WAY PARLAY IN COOL SUMMER COMFORT MISSES TAILORED JAMAICA 'SHORTS SIZES 8 TO 18 CRISP, COTTON STRETCH NYLON DENIMS. SET ON WAIST BANDS --- SIDE ZIPPER AND BUTTON CLOSINGS. 77 PLUS MISSES NYLON A TERRIFIC BUY IN FAVORITE KNIT SHELLS MOCK TURTLE, CREW And V NECK STYLES. WHITE, , BLACK, And PASTELS. Comes in full and twin sizes. A wide selection of colors to choose from. Attractively Fringed. Hurry In For These. Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge and Harry Lee Carter of Martinsburg S-M-L- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and were visitors Sunday of Mrs. Paul ward Lee Shull and their daugh- ( ter Angela at their home in Falls children, Kenny and Pamela of Rowland and family. On Monday Church, Va. Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pannell of Lewis Jenkins and children, Carl, and family also of Martinsburg 11 : TURF FOOD Poresmouth, Va., spent MemorialTerry and Sandra of Ranson vis- were visitors here. ited on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Oral B. Hughes and Mrs. TURNS YOUR FRONT LAWN Day holidays visiting at the home their parents, Mr and Mrs Aub- John Rissler accompanuied Mrs. INTO A "GOLF GREENr' , rey Jenkins, whel'e a picnic din- Charles J. Reckley to Hagerstown r|t's Homegenizml... JuSt Llke ,, , . , her on the lawn was enjoyed. Also one day this past week where of the latter's parents, Mr. and present at the picnic dinner were they attended the annual W.S.C.S. Your Milkl All plant food el~, Mr. and Mrs Norman Heflin of meeting of the Hagerstown Dis- ments are chemically combined~ ~:" ,~ Summit. Point, and during the af- I trict of the Baltimore Confer- then fused into tiny "horr~e- /~/~ ~-~j'~- ternoon Mrs. Howard Shewbridge ence. razed" pellets. Each pellet ~cn" ~.~ ~i/, and her small daughter, Michelle, I Mrs. Howard O. Bush spent the tains all nutrients to give ,, ~~ iawnanevenfeedingl f~ of Charles Town visited at the JPast weekend with her daughter. Jenkins home. i Mrs. Walter Burwick and family, of Elkms Moro NitrogenforMore Green.Up Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven[ . "..- . .. . PowedThlsprofesstonaitypeturf and daughter, Gail, were visitors I ivirs., t eorgla ........ l rown was non- , , i FOR BIG AND food contains 10% more nitrogen urea on ner mrmuay wnen a pm on Saturday at the home of the than any of the other three lead- o ............... I nic was held Saturday evening at ( ing lawn foods. Helps your grass zormer s morner, mrs. ~ren~ ue- I ....... to t~reen-up fast and stay that Haven and her son, Grayson, near I nome on Avon tiara ~arm., Tnose wayl WinPh t v vs I presen were ner son, ann [, ) easy-to.useLightweight' { {[ GREAT APPROACH[ (t arnsworm"::-' ::X"Tne z sSeSot--"Lucy ann" u.Axzce"" ]oflMrSMzddleway,''Jhn BroWnMr. andand Mrs.daughterLeo PUT OUR SPECIAL I JAMAICA SETS - / It Our agency always ap- (I wasnmgton, U.,l in ....a mil,, -f PARQuETTE I, GOI-FGREEN I II proaches your insurance II visited over the holiday weekend I Mr'an 'Mrs'Da ie Gavno'r a"n d v BOYS CAMP LITTLE SISTERS TURF FOOD / IIproblema with P.$.---Per- II at the home of their sister and lfamiiy Mr." and Irs.-Thomas ACCENT RUGS UNDERFOOT. SAVE! SHORTS AND brother, Miss Edna and Mr pellets turn a V,~ ~ 7 l I{sonal Service. We plan II ....... " I Brown and daughter, Sgt. and A ~ let KNI S IIRTS 1 22 144 ~undtrap"lawn ]O0f~ {/~/~ I II your program to avoid the (| l~otmes earnsworm into a "golf I 'ru ,,odl ] It "trapa" of too little insur- II Mr. and Mrs. Howard" Fellers I Mrs. Frank Brown and family, I ~ ~vV 4 _l 1 66 3 to 6x 7 to 14 I II ance or too much. We rec- ]l 1 runl" [ , 'of Deal, Md., Harvey, Ollie and .--- lor _ P~d~$,000~l,l%~I~ | |~ ommend protection that's ; Jl spend the weekend visiting for-IBobby Brown. fee Jut ~ / I} in line with ~our needs [| mer s brothers and sisters-indaw, I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Rissler, 24" x 36" SHORTS Special buy! Crisply ta L, / |}and we keep ~t that way I[ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fellers, at ltheir daughters, Pat and Susan, $/t95 / I1by periodic coverage re- their home in Oak Ridge, N. J.,]attendedgraduation exercises on Our striking block design area rugs are of deep cut pile Sturdyeampshorts:Sanforized Jamaica sets in cotton : | |~viewa. And when you have 1| arid Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fellers 1 Monday at Shepherd College and loop viscose rayon. Machine wash in lukewarm cotton khaki or navy. 6-!6. sucker, duck, poplin, chart t --a / ]l a claim, we help get it set- I| t in Nutley, N.J. / where their daughter, Jane, a Mc. water. Skid-resist. Glow with color! Camel, white, ivy,Combed cotton knit placket Embroidery, appliques, PickUpABagAtYour / ~i.itled prmptly and fairly" II dria, Va., visited over the Memo.~ gree of Bachelor of Arts, Sec.. G~rden etorel Miss Barbara Shull, of Alexan-/Murran scholar, received the de- rose,, gold, .sandalwood, sky blue, beige or russet. . f?nt shirts: stripes, solids. 6-16 Pastels, solids! S. CLOPPER, JR. rial Day weekend with her moth-] ondary. She along with one other DECORATIVE I WOMEN'S DISCONTINUED I SPECIAL BUY er, Mrs. Thomas Shull and family. ~ scholar achieved the summa eum Mrs. Thomas Stocks and chil./laude rating. She is also a senior PILLOW CASES i RAYON PANTIES MISSES KNEE SOCKS I RUG RUNNERS Hill Dale Shopping Center VA. W r 27 x S0 ...........2. SPECIAL I S-M-L-XL We e Up To 1.39 I_,, ._,, 5 CO. l Phone 725-7081 dren, Tommy and Katie, of/Kappa Delta member.. ~ " " Charles Town were visitors on[ Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler I z# x tbu ........... Saturday afternoon at the home/and members of his family, of 2 for 1.00 ] 4 for 1.00 66c Pr. 7"x 252" .......... 121 W. Washington St. lnsuranoe, and Real Estate of her brother-in-law and sister, Penn Hills, Pa., spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish. end holiday at their home, Rural Charles' Town, W. Va. . Retreat, on Dry Bridge Farm. Penney's Store Hours '2 --Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.- 9 to 5 Fri. & Sat. - 9 to 9 725.5113 The irit-Advocate Go "