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SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim --- Phone 725-7777 Meeting Women's Society of Chris- S~a'vice of the Methodist :11 met on Wednesday eve- ng of last week at the h(;me of rs. Robert Light with six of the embers in attendance. The De- ~ti(ns and the evening's lesson ~re Ibresented by Mrs. Jerry ~Y(1,.~r and were followed by a ,utlne business meeting after hich the meeting was adjourned. urin: the pleasant social hour hich followed delicious refresh- ents were set~,ed by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and lall granddaughter, little Miss Lyn Pifer, spent several recently in Levitttown, Pa., they were guests at the of their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Fred and sons. The Reverend and Mrs. Roy of London, Ky., are spend- this week visiting at the home letter's brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs. James H. 'der and children, Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Yarbro , LET OUR ' WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR SAFE DRIVER Safe driving can lead to money in the bank t The right combination is a three year accident-free driving record and an ~Etna Life & Casualty Auto-Rite policy. Auto- Rite offers money-saving rates for responsible driv- ers only. To learn if you qualify, call : and daughter Terri who have been resi(lents of the village for the past three and a half years, moved this past weekend to their !new home in Montgomery W.V., where Mr. Yarbro is associated with the radio station, having en- tered upon his duties there on Monday of last week. Sending their household effects~ on ahead, the Yarbros remained here until Sunday morning, visiting over- night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tloward Fellers, Miss Sallie Pos- ton and Mr. Skinner Poston. Their many friends in the community bid them goodb~ye with regret but wish them happiness and success in their new home. Celebrates 4th Birthday Little Miss Lisa Burner cele- brated her fourth birthday on Sunday and in honor of the oc- casion her grandmother, Mrs. De- laney Jenkins, entertained at a picnic dinner at the nearby home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Longerbeam and small son. Those gathered to help Lisa celebrate in addition to the Longerbeams and Mrs. Jen- kins were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker and daughters, Betsy, Judy and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Burner, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jenkins, Mrs. Claude Payne and children, Buddy and Roxanna, Misses Betty Lou and Kay Jenkins, Messrs. Richard Henry and Raymond Jenkins, all of Summit Point, Miss Lee Walk- er of Martinsburg, W. Va., Grant and Bruce Megargee of Winches- ter, Va., and Richard Demory of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry and sons, Billy and Bobby, visited on Sunday evening with the let- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Butler, at their home in Pike. side. Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt, who have returned to their home on Wednesday from Rockester, N Y. where they had been visit- in'g with their son-in-law and dau ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fur- ness and their small daughter, Anne Marie, were recalled there on Saturday by illness. Mr. Fur- ness suffered a serious heart at- tack on Friday evening and on Sat urday morning underwent sur- gery, which required six hours, for repair of the damage to the heart. At the last report he had come through surgery satisfactor. ily, but was still on the critical list. "~r. amt Mrs, Elwood Cheshire and Children, Deborah, Johnny and Patricia, spent the weekend visiting with the latter's parents, i Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael, at their home in Augusta, W. Va. On Saturday the group attended the memorial services at Mt. Zion church near August and on Sun. day were present for the memor. ial services at the Ebenezer chu- rch near Romney, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Johnson, in company with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beydler and children, Tony, Mitzi and Debby, visited on Sunday with the former's brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Whirley, at their home near Ham ilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. George Crim, and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim and Mrs. Harry C. Frazier were among those attending a picnic supper given on Sunday evening by Mr. Roger Kelley at his home on the Shenandoah River. Other guests S. CLOPPER, JR. 'present for the occasion were the Reverend and Mrs. Carlyle llill Dale Shopping Center McDonald and children, Vicki and Scotty, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Lang. Phone 725-7081 don, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Metz and daughters, Kendra and Fran- and Real Estate ces Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frazier and their daughters, Mar- garet and Denise, all of Charles Town. W. M. S. Meeting t The Women's Missionary Sect- (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATORS- TELEVISIONS APPLIAHCE CENTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. ely of the t apii.ct ChUrch rfiet on ', and eutter , 18.00 do ; by iion Climb will meet WedneSday ginia Uniror ils, winter, Viz- h Thursday evening at the home of t e head, up to 200.00; sleeker Mrs. Woodrow Drish in Middle- and feeder steers, 24.00 to 30.00; way with eleven members and stock heifers and bulls by tim guests in attendance. The pro- head, up to 135.00.E gram for the evening, "The Bap- Choice to prime calves, 34.00 to tints in Spain and Portugal" was 38.00; good butcher calves, 30.00 presented by Mrs. Drish with to 33.75; medium butcher calves, closing Devotions led by Mrs. 25.00 to 29.75; thin calves, 24.75 Paul Hamrick. A brief business down; heavy calves, 22.00 to 29.00: session followed after which the Blue head grade lambs, 27.70; meeting was adjourned and a red head grade lambs, 26.80; red pleasap, t social hour was enjoyed shoulder grade lambs, 25.75; during which delicious refresh- butcher ewes, 5.00 to 9.00; stock ments were served by the hostess ewes per head, up to 15.00. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire Good butcher hogs, 25.75 to attendedwhich was the held memorial on Sunday service at the 26.20; medium butcher hogs, 24.75 Ebenezer church near Romney, to 25.50; hea~y butcher hogs, 21.00 to 24.50; butcher sows, 14.00 to W. Va. 18.50; heavy feeders and light Mr. James Renner of Berryville butcher hogs, 26.00 to 27.00; Va. was a visitor on Friday at the shoats, per hundred, 30.00 down; home of his brother-in.law and pigs per head, up to 21.00; boars, sister, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Furr and on Sunday the Furrs had up to 18.00; sows and pigs, none. :visiting with them their son and Ml~ellaneous Sales Start 11:00 daughter-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr and sons, Greg and Rick, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Luther George and dau. ghters of Martinsburg. Wins Rurltan Honor Award Several years ago the South Jefferson Ruritan Club presented a brass and walnut plaque to the local schoo! on which is to be in- scribed each year the name of the student completing the sixth grade with the highest average. The name to be inscribed this year is that of Bobby Glassford, son of Mr. George Glassford, and to him go congratulations and the wish for equal success when he enters Junior High School in September. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jenkins, whose marriage occurred last March, moved on Friday into their newly furnished apartment in Charles Town. Mrs. Jenkins, the former Miss Betty Wawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dawson of Ranson, was a member of last week's graduating class at Charles Town High School and until her graduation both she and Mr. Jenkins had remained at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Will and children, Larry Jr. and Tina, spent the recent Memorial Day holidays visiting with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Saylor Will in Dayton, Va. and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Weaver and family at their home in Broadway, Va. Miss Sharon Smallwood and Jim Magaha were among the mere bers of the 1966 .graduating class of Charles Town High School who left on Monday morning to spend several days sightseeing in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were among the guests entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Larue when the Rippon Five Hundred Club met with them at their home near Rip, on Saturday evening. In celebration of the closing of the school term, Mr. David Smith entertained his students at a pic- nic held at his home in Middleway on Tuesday of last week. On the same day the younger students and their teachers were served a picnic lunch on the school grou. nds by Mrs. Char es Heare. Mr and Mrs. William Gibbs and their three children of Winches- ter, Va. are moving this week into the Hardesty house(near Summit Point, which was, vacated recent- ly by Mr. and Mrs/Donald Miller and their family. Mrs. Gibbs is the former Miss Mary'Knne Jenkins, daughter of Mrs. Delaney Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and family and Mrs. Owen Swish. er spent Sunday in Hampshire County, W. Va. going there to att end the Memorial services which were held on that day at Ebebe. zer Church near Romney. Complimeming Mr. Stuart Ci'fm on his natal anniversarY, a sur- prise birthday dinner was given by Mrs. Crim at their home, "M " " , onte View , on Wednesday eve ning of last week. "Those present for the occasion were Mrs. Harry C. Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and children, Elizabeth Anne, Scotty and Shsan, Mr. Rog- er Kelley of Charles Town and Miss Shirley Macoughtry. Tommy Henry, who enlisted rcently in the Navy, is taking his boot training at the Great Lakes Training Center and letters from his friends back home would be most welcome. His address is: Thomas P. Henry Jr. Comp 295 Batt 12th B. K. F. 923 R. T. C. U. S. N. F. C. Great Lakes, Ill. Joint Services at Episcopal ChurCh A service of Holy Communion, conducted by Dr. Charles Ather- ton of Shepherdstown, will be held at 10:00 o'clock on Sunday morning, June llth, at the Chu- rch of the Holy Spirit for the combined congregation of the Summit Point and Middleway Spiscopal churches. Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, June 6, 1966. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all butch- er classes. Prime calves top 38.00, featured the sale. Choice butcher steers, none; good butcher steers, 23.00 to 25.50; plain to medium steers, 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heif. ers, 23.50 to 24.25; good butcher heifers, 22.00 to 23.25; plat rite me- duim heifers, 18.00 to 21.75; good bulls, 24.00 to 25.00; plain to me- dium bulls, 29.00 to 23.75; com- mercial cows, 29.00 to 21.00; util- ity cows, 18.25 to 19.75; canners A.M.----Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Each Monday. Mrs. Mary B. Furr -- . .... .~.. -,, . , The Leetown Home Demonstra- t afternoon, June 15, at the home of Mrs. ,lames Hammond in Charles Town with Mrs. lledy Everhart co-hostess. Preaching Sunday morning in the Methodist C, hurch by Mrs. ,]. L Ashton, Martinsburg, member of the Gideon Organization. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and Sandra, of ,Armd,,*~ Va., visited Mrs. Luptons parents, Mr. aml! Mrs. Alton Grove, on Sunday. Junior Sisk is a patient in New- ton Baker Hospital. He is,,~ery ill. Mrs. Victor Blue, Mrs. Pax- ton Marshall, Ned and Sievie, spent the weekend in Pittsburgh, Pa., with Mrs. Anna Shananbaugh and Mrs. Nettle Payne. They at- tended Carnegie Tech where Pax- ton Marshall graduates. Jeff Sagle has gone tO Charles- ton, W. Va., where he will have employment this summer. Mrs. Marion Blue and daughters drove to Martinsburg Monday nmrning from where they and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blue will go by train to Washington, D. C., on a sight-seeing trip. The train is the grand excitement for the girls, their first. i Miss Sharon Teets, roommate i of Miss Diane Collis at West Vir- SPIRIT 0F RSON 'ARMXR ADVOCA itcd her family at the Warren THURSI)AY ,JUNE 9, 1966 B---2 Collis on Sunday for a picnic .----- hmch. Those vi~fing were Mr. and Mrs. tlowell Teets Mr. and be the core of Alumni relation, the four outstanding seniors, M rs ttancell Teets, Jr., of Am- for the class and will "tssist in were honored at a banquet recent boy, Miss Judy T~ets and Miss alanning reunions. The seniors ly held at Michigan State Univer- Mar), Ross, of Aberdeen, Md. were selected by the Student Cou . , Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and ncil of the University on the basis mLx/ Kim, of Charles Town, were call- of their under graduate service ~/oung Newcomer ~s the only and contributions to MSU West Virginia named to this hon- ers Sunday evening of Mrs. Mary ~ . Members of the club including!w group. Bruce Furr. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul (,rove and i family, of Martinsburg, were visi- tors SundayevcningwithMr. andMrs. Alton Grove. C CK i ECUE John C r Is ,. BARDANE COMMUNI CENTER Selee.te! For' 66 Club Saturday, June 11- At 4 P. M. At Michigan State U SPONSORED BY: Another high honor has come ~o John C. Newcomer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Newcomer of Harpers Ferry, at Michigan State University where he is a senior student. SOIJTII JEFFERSON RURITAN CLI'B MENU: Barbecued Chicken - Baked Beans. Cold Slaw Iced Tea - Coffee - Rolls - Ice Cream & Cake Start Serving At J :00 P. M. --- $1.50 Young Newcomer is one of 66 outstanding seniors who have been selected members of the Michigan State University "66 June 9,It- Club." Members of this club will SUN B -finest tas!in sandwich maker! NCopytlII~,, Queltly llokoro of Amottco Cooperative, tote., 19dt4", Have you BLUE is now Here's tempting fresh flavor that lasts! Because Sunbeam is bread at its best! Quality bread. Real bread. With true home-baked taste that'll make you buy it again and again. m B J Q