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t NEWS iN AND AROUND IT Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Mr. Lloyd scervices were held F.nders Funeral Chapel Va. at two o'clock afternoon for Mr. whose death occur- at his home in Va. Burial was made Cemetery in Berry- who was sixty three was a native of Clar- Va. and is survived by and two brothers, Mrs. ~rce, Mrs. Bertha Turn- Post, Va., the Rev. Lloyd of Harpers Ferry Lloyd of Boyce, Va. frequent visitor here at ~of his niece Mrs. Melvin her family and had Day at the Davey following day he suf- heart attack while lawn and was found of his neighbors. His Jo Pierce, had been visiting with him at his hime in Alexandria where he had lived a- lone since the death of his wife but had accompanied him back to the Davey home on Tuesday. Bible Scholo Opens The Vacation Bible School ~pon sored by the Methodist and Epis- copal Churches opened on Mon- day morning under the direction of Mrs. Robert Light, assisted by six faculty members. About thir- ty children were present for the opening session with more expec- ted to register on the following day. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder and their daughters Wallis Anne and. Mary Sue were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown and daughter Kit- ty of Hamilton, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood and their daughter Sharon were dinner guests on Sunday of last week at the home of the latter's FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7.8955 ,,hit the beach!.., in tide-turning CATALINA NYMPH beach - head is and you con- the admiring in your ex- new swi m- uit from our ashionable sun and swim collection ! Sizes 32 - 44 ,99 TO .95 I aunt and uncle Mr. and ?,Ire. Ciau ' t"Iame Parker;bur2, W. Vs. where I de Carper in Middletown, Vs. Mr Alton Grove and his son Richard of l,eetown were Sunday visitors at tile home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. Al- so visiting with Mr. and Mrs. i (;rove on Sunday were the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and son Tom my of Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and children Mark, Andy, Stephen, and Nancy of Shanks, W. Va. visi ted on Friday at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their family. Upon their re- turn they were accompanied by Master John Cheshire who visited with them until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Welty and sons Johnny and Mike of Waynes bore, Pa. spent Tuesday night and Wednesday of last week visiting at the home of the latter's bro- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and their child ren Bobby and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and daughter Julie of "Locust Grove" spent the weekend Visit- ing in Washington, D. C. While there Mr. Creamer attended the baseball game between the Wash- ington Senators and the Kansas City Athletics played at Griffith Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Farm Women's Club Tour The annual tour sponsored by the Farm Women's Clubs of the county was made on Friday, this year's tour being made to many of the oldest and most historic churches of Jefferson and Berkel ey counties, with a stop in Arden at noon where a delicious lunch- i eon was served to the group by the ladies of the Methodist Chur- ch. Members and guests of the Summit Point Farm Women's Club who took part in the tour were Mesdames Robert Macough- try, Arthur Kerr, Robert Hardes- ty, Margaret Kilmer and Miss Shir ley Macoughtry. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deck and their two sons of Winchester, Va. were recent visitors at the home of the former's mother Mrs. J. A. Deck Sr. Visitors on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davey were Mr. and Mrs. Levi Seekford and sons Joseph and David of Front Royal, Va, Mr. Booty Psillas and son Johnny. of Hagerstown, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. William Psillas of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder and children Beth and Nicky spent Sunday picnicing at the War Memorial Park in Martins- burg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and daughters Deborah and Pat- ricia spent the weekend in Ham pshire County where 'they spent the time at their farm and in vis, iting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheshire in Augus- ta, W. Va. and Mr and Mrs. Nor- man Michael in Kirby. Upon their" return home they were ac- companied by their son Johnny who had spent several days visit- ing with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and their family. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood of Kab letown was a recent visitor at the home of her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Gi'ady Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were among those present when the Rippon Five Hundred Club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue on Satur day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim and Mrs. Harry C. Frazier of "Monte View" were dinner guests on Sun day at the home of the former's daughter Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her family in Charles Town. 4-H Meeting The 'Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet at the school at 7:30 o'clock DST on Monday evening, June 12. Birthday Celebration In honor of the natal anniver- sary of Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam, her brothers and sisters and their families and seven of her children gathered at her home on Sunday for a family celebration, the first time the entire family had been together in about eight years. Those present for the occasion in addition to her husband and her youngest sons Bentley, Gary and David were Mr. and Mrs. Hen- dricks Royston and family of Hume, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Horner and daughter Mrs. Henry Peyton and son, Mrs. Lotta Davis, Mrs. Lynwood Nixon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brennan FEATURED GROUP and daughters all of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Peyton and sons Mr. and Mrs. Robert $~ 88 Deavers and daughters, Mrs. H. B. Lloyd and Mrs. Sarah Peyton of Boyce, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bev- erley Peyton and son of Berry- ~ ~ville' Va'' Mr' and Mrs" Graden! Vann and family of Harrisonburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. William Leigh and son of Leesburg, Va., Mr. and i Mrs. Andrew Longerbeam and family of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. William Longerbeam and family of Millvilte and Mr. Shelby Len- S LARGEST AND:=---MOST COMPLETE gerbeam o Washington, D. C. AREA ' Three of her children were un. TMEN STORE FOR EVERY MEMBER able to be present for the celbra E FAMILY. o tion, Mrs. Ralph Eugley of West Peabody, Mass. Harold, who is ser SHOP THREE WAYS.---- whoring calledin the toU" wishS" NavYher anda happyRay birthday from Omaha, Nebraska~ Oaarge -- Credit -- Layaway where he is stationed with the Air Force. ~-"OUt STORE Death of Mr. W. H. Baker Friends of Summit Point were t F- :RIDAY - 9: to 6 SATURDAY saddened to receive word Satur- day, June 3 of the death of Mr. W. H. Baker (Major) better known by all his friends. He was FREE PARKING IN REAR FOR born in Virginia June 9, 1882 but spent most of his life at Summit Point until going to Masonic Li Mr. and Mrg. Olt e t'inwk cf he lived since 1958. tfe was bur- Chestnut IIill were Sunday visi- ted at the home Monday, June 5. tors with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl 1961. lie was a son of the late Ab- i raham Baker and Mrs. Virginia Hardesty Baker. tie is survived by one sister Mrs. Sade Shewbrid- ge of Clearbrook, Vs., 4 nephews and one niec.e. TI By Miss Lillian Myers t Vacation Bible School The Baptist Church has an- nounced the clates of the Vacation Bible School starting June 5 and continuing two weeks They will meet at the church each morning at 9 until 12 o'clock The school is for children from 3 to 16 years and will be under the direction of Mrs. Robert Blackford. Mrs. Mary Grayson will have charge of the music I Mrs. Walter Ronemous has re- turned home after having spent the past four months with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and ~Mrs. Vernon Cross in Washing- ton, D. C. Mrs. Gertrude Bradley of Mc- Kees Rocks, Pa. is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mr~. LeT is Sager. Mr. Henry Blackford of Wash- ington spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackford. The Rev. E. E. Sumpter and son Calvin of Waynesboro, Va. vis ited hi.~ cousins Mrs. Frank Ben- ner and Miss Nannie Fleming Tuesday. He visited Mr. Benner who remains a patient in Kings Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg. Mrs. William Miller spent last week with Dr. and Mrs. Grim in Middletown, Pa. Mrs. Floyd Ferrell and baby of Hagerstown spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell and Mrs. Charles Padgett. Mrs. William Wisham and dau- ghter Shirley have been visiting her parents Mr .and Mrs. Grover Leith. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cross and children of Washington visited his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross over the 30th of May. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith are visiting her aunt and uncle Major and Mrs. James Prewett on Long Grove J