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Charles Town, West Virginia
June 9, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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June 9, 1966

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Mra Eddm Melee, of Cnarie I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR MEI S ADVOCATE ] Town, visited Mrs. Ramon Gray l~AIBrI~ql"#'~kl [ kJO'h|lllE THURSD'~Y, JUNE 9, 1966 anti family of Shepherdslown Sat ............... '-" ............... - ~ I ,.da e,i;nin .... DAhr'Ii/UR / rqV1 I ".. y ~'~ g'. .......... I ......... -. Once again the kiddics are If n;emory serves correctly,' a mrs t~crnard ult, was a supper Miss margare[ mouser i no-:=.,tu i - ........ ~olsi n -" "~-e Snow ....... I ....... ['..e ~'e ..... ;nla,,, and dau I r~rwlrw~ treateu to a ' "~ o m m . ImenHlmgoersnaven'tnaaa~ | phter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth " ............................... I wnne Ia]ry line, and wm we~-lemoiional drama in a long t] __----=s- I Ande~'s and family of aanson Sat Mr. and .Mrs. Ga.rdner Loudani By Kani Lane, Mgr, come this fihnization of the time-lThis effective heart-tugger sh( I urda,, evenin,, oi t~anson, Mr ana x;rs. ,lack LOU-I ...~+..~ ..... r*,, -ctin- direc ; ......... "- I ~ " * ~'" " "" "~-- -/" .... "" ~" ....... " -rand I ~c,.~=u ya,.. .,,~ a ' t., -'l IlnU qqulle a recepuon aN ,~ I Mrs. Eddie Moler ot t/naries u.a, o~ na~ve~ *-=,-y .... ~ . "I Charles Washington Theatre tion, and production are good, I+~.. ~.,,~i,,, h.ln .... who +,Ho~I :t Town was" a supper of her aaughter, veresa, were ~unuay u " ' .. ,nuns, , ,-~ - ..... z ,, ................... ~,-~ . . .~ ............. ..-:~. -,.. - ..... o.:..with interest for the vciy ~ ..... I brother-in-law anti s,ster Mr and guests of Mr. and Mrs.Haroldl~:~**l~:-:]4:.~g+.~;>~#~;::..~f~'i~..(I+~:i:+fa~'~ ..~ ..... ; .... ;..,** ~..n .... .~ .... p.,, t t, ue tale has been expertly I .. ;-~ " ;: '" " "" "' H-rdin- ----~ Mrs Annie Loudan ~ .~...~..~,,,~,. r.,,.~,. ,. ......... ~_ ~ Mrs ~avl(t renweH anu ,anmy ,, s-,u /.. .... "/"SNOW WHITE" also "SEVEN pulated frmn start to flmsh Saturday evenbw I Kathy Seioert ot vancmsvine/ ....................... , ~ l /,, - ~" '. .... ' . /uw2~ttr~ .u artr~ ltr.~twr. "MADAME= X" Showing Snn.-~impressivey nlounted via ~'/) ) | I Mr. and Mrs William Shileywa sa guest oI per granaparems,[ Fri Sat June 10 11 Mon Tue ".iune 12 - l'l - 14 [ usual Ross Ilunter capabilit =/__ ,_~ I~and famil,, wcr., Sunda,, dinner lMr. and Mrs. Coarses t~nott, anuI .... , .... ' ' ' "' __ |Igugsts of~Mr an'd Mrs Paul lMrs. Florence Runion. ./~ ........ I ~ Grove and daughter Paula" of Ran Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes anal s-.= /son, anti during the day there [Miss Edith Geary of Charles Town[ ~ =. ......... I were Twenty five relatives who lwere ~unaay guests ot ~lr. a qI ~ ~ P~II ~a~ l~nll~hdM~n . /i called to welcome, Mrs. ShilevlMrs. tcnarles i]augnerty ana/ I ~l[I~/,~/l~ I,/(ill /UI ~l~YMl, ll~/ll ~I,PiLILT;O I ihome from the hospital. "1daughters. / . ..,,.,.....,.,.,.,..,,,,.,.,,,^,- /I Mrs. Barbara Jane Bowers and l Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Loudan/ ~~/..-'~ IIIIIIIII NI/NIIhI'N NI'NI/II;I, i "I I I sons, Jeffrey and Mark of Glen I of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lou-I t:i~~l~#~ =,,,mMSvaa,~ ~x~.v~--.- v,.,..,, .w.,, I ~Burnie Md were Sunday visitors/dan and Teresa, of Knoxville, I IIMI~,,~CI ~" _ .... /i0f Mr 'anti'Mrs. /{iron Muse and/Md., were Sunday guests of Mr:i "ill# Here's the tinm, saving, wor~:-saving, row-cost : familb; and along with Mrs. Muse/and Mrs. Harold Harding andl " // _ ,tP'/~'~ ............. ~ ................ :+~ .~+ ..~+; .... ~1 i 'and children they visited Mr, and i Mrs. Annie Loudan. ~i ~ ~_~ way to ~u~p~y t, x op~, w~t.,a~.t~a~t~.~ .~,~ ,/ I i Mrs Lee Sipe of Charles Town. / Mr and Mrs James I~ries and[ g2,q~x~il longqastin , Southern States LlqUla 1Nltrogeu. /I Visitors on Sunday with Mrs. i gramJdaughler," of ~iartinsburg',[ ~,~~ Our tank truck vulls applicator to your farm, I~ / I Nathaniel Gray and daughter, Jen/and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holler and[ ~0 ~/,~ ..... ;~, "- ~ ....... ' i nifer were, Mr. antl Mrs. Joseph| friends, of Brownsville, Md., were[ stanos Dy tO renu ]t as you use your tractor to | Ranalli and children Marila, Viv-| Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. I ~1~01 armlv the liouid nitrogen e, a a ~ . / tan and Joey of Millville, Mr. and/and Mrs. Gerald Holler and fam- [L ~'l~ --~x-.,, ....... ~ ........ ,~,---" \ ocnool Is ~ut. / i Mrs. h'ving Gray and son Robbie/ ily. " I ~/~"~' ...... ,,' A.. /I of Ranson Mr and Mrs Harry[ Mr and Mrs Joe Seibert andI - " ---- - .: >'~Jl~ -- P.,~II ,I,A.~ faiMbha~a ~h,='I'all'a@ . / I Dingus," an(1 sons Ricky and Son-" dauglaters of ~iartinsbur~" were I . ' ._ -, w Udll IU/ OUULIIt;/II OL(]ILG.) t ~- * "'. " ~ I you (::nn t RzphAYounsster. /tnz anti Mrs. ~;dd,e Moler ofCha:/Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. I~~ |ii|rrl~ ILl rrra (,enu,~t / i ries Town Mr. anu Mrs. iJavlo/and mrs tcnanes t nott and son ' / / //,, ,; :, n-wo ,,, i I Penwell of Italltown ~,// m','u n re,=u Or-I~1~ , / Mr. and Mrs.*Clayton Staggers I 9////~/'~'I~VII/A`~ ' r I~ Mr. Jerry Grove Sr. of Pike[ and children of Charles Town l I i Side, W Va was a Sunday visitorr[ were Sunday evening guests f[ ................ , I!with his son-in-law, and daughter[ Mr and Mrs Gerald Holler and] A.~ I~rll I'rU I~II~IU i~-r,A-ir'r' Mr anti Mrs William Shiley and famil " 1 " ~~ . . [ y. __ lhPIrllE-I ll i family. / The Bakerton Little League] Mr and Mrs David Penwell andl ............ [~)! CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE I . "" . .... I ~enators Dear me Leetown mrates 1 ~,~pv/~ daughter I mda ws te , ~v~r and , II . . ;. | on Saturday evening by score of l DIAL 725-2212 RANSON, W. VA. " |[Mrs. Martin Grimes and cnimrenI 17 to 2 / r ~ _ ) l[Sunday afternn" / " [ 11 GO TO ~U-'-'~-~--H~UND.~Y | CTO TO Church Sunflay, [ }F CHARLES TI I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I] - JOIN OUR TOWNCRAFT SHIRT SAFARI AND BAG A BIG-GAME " " [ GIFT FOR FATHER'S DAY! SEE THESE AND LOTS MORE GIFT- A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 GREAT SUGGESTIONS--JUST WHATDAD WANTS! We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts I I t., i {~ . ..*:." , ~ ::::!:::::*: .... - ---_ -. -=--- ":~-_-~ - - _ ria, Va. attended the commence- Mrs. Moler was also an overnight' u a I I ~tt~t|llt! ment exercises at the Harpers guest of her mother and sister, ]~ I [ Hill I/laWN Ferry. High School on Wednesday. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and Jennifer I ~...~ ~[ ~,~..~.:[ [~--- z::-_:- "~- [ *~:,:.:-::::.~ ,u.tha-., w, ,, evening ofwhichherniece, Miss on Friday. of I .... / Jennifer Gray, was a member, i Recent visitors at the home ~ I I / f~~_ ~-:--. = / ~.B_ff_er_~2~2tt _ __. Miss Marta Grimes of Charles Mr. and,Mrs. David Penwell and ~ / ~:':5" " . "" / ~'*'L ---- :: - --'-~ -" := Town was a Wednesday over- family were, Mrs. Lee Friend and .. ~'~/ . ~._~ ............ / ................ r combed cot-/ ' ~ i renmrres~ ~acron-ponye~ter- vycrun lmxye~te - Mrs. Alton Muse, entertained night guest of her uncle and aunt daughters Patsy and L nda of _ _ _ ; ...... / ............... ,__/Ban-Lon 100% nylon knit: with a birthday party in the See- Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell, and Riverdale, Md., Mrs. Martin Gri- co~ton ~roauciom: snort point/ "" /placket collar, chest poekeL ial room of the Halltown Church family, mes, and children, ~vtarta ana Jim conar. White. [ tan, silt sines, i on ~aturday afternoon, May 28, Visitors with Mrs Nathaniel my, Mrs. Harry Dinges and Sonny ~ in hbnor of Timmy and Kenny. Gray and Miss Jennifer Gray, 6n Mrs. Eddie Moler ,Misses Carolyn 3.98 / 2.98 / 3.98 Those helping the boy's celebrate Wednesday evening were, Mrs. Penwell and Sharon Miller all of wer Mrs. Earl Kelican and sons Mary Jenkins of Alexandria, Va., Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Ear! and Scotty, of Charles Town Mrs. Martin Grimes. and Mrs. Irving Gray, son Rubble of Ran- FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY JUNE 19th Mrs. Henry McKee, Karla and Harry Dinges of Charles Town, son. Henry, Mrs. Frank Simons, Mich- Mrs. Ramon Gray of Shepherds- Mrs. Bertha Morgan, of Millville ael and Mark all of Ransom Mrs. town and Mrs. David Penwell of Mrs. Rose Courtney of Ransoh. Charles Symons, Martha arid Rob- ttalltoWn, and Miss.Paula Mac Courtney of bie of Elk Branch, Mrs. Marie Mrs. David Penwell and child- Harpers Ferry were visitors of Hoak, and Marlyn of Zoar, Mrs. ren, Judy and Linda Mrs. Aiton Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy James Barthlow, Melody and Vi- Muse, and son Timmy visited Mrs. on Thursday. cki, Mrs. David Penwell, Judy, Joseph Ranalli of Millville Thurs Miss Imogene Shiley of Hall- Jeanne. Linda, and Terry, Mrs. day afternoon, town spent the past week with ~iyrna Bowers. and Bruce, Debbie Mrs. Bernard Ott, returned Mr and Mrs. Wallace Ott, and and Billy Haines, Mary Lane Cos- home on Thursday after spending family, while her mother, Mrs. tello, Becky Blackford. Stephen ten days in Fenelton, Penna., with William Shiley was a patient in Ott, MiChael Parks, Mrs. Lee Sipe her and daughter, Mr, the Charles Town Hospital. of Charles Town, Mrs. William and Mrs. John S. Mennor Sr., ] Mrs. Marshall McAboy enter- Hoak, and Mrs. Winerd Bowers, while there she attended the wed- toined with a birthday party at Halltown, games were played dur ding of her grandson, John Step- her home on Friday evening in ing the afternoon, Mrs. Muse, serv hen II to Miss Dixie Lee Crouch honor of her mother, Mrs. Rose ed birthday cake, cup cakes, poto- Saturday evening and on Tuesday Courtney. Those helping to cele- to chips, ice cream and cool ade. evening she attended the comm- brate the~occasion were: Mrs. Bar and each child was given a favor, eneement exercises of another bara Writt and daughter. Rose Timmy and Kenny received lots grand son, Phillip Mennor, Phillip Marie, Mrs. Eddie Ahalt and Miss of nice gifts, those sending gifts was one of 877 graduates of the Jean Courtney of Ranson, Mrs. but not present were, Binky Wri- Butler Area High School in But- Courtney received lots of nice ght and Gregory Watson, and a l~r County the largest class to gifts. good time was had by all. ever graduate from the school~ Mrs. Clayton Hummer, and son Mr. and Mrs, Alton Muse and and it was held at the stadium Francis, of Winston, Salem, N. iCn children, Karen, Timmy and Ken- due to such a large class . I visited her sister and brother ny, spent Memorial Day with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams Jr. law, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mc- Muse's mother. Mrs. Gentry Muse and daughter Kelly of Charles Aboy over the Memorial Weekend Leesburg, Va. Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mrs. Kenneth Anders and child Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, of Hall- Williams Sr. of Ranson, were Thu ren, Terry, Jeffrey, Scott and Tim town, Mrs. Martin Grimes, Mrs. rsday evening guests of Mr. and ithy of Ranson spent Friday after Harry Dinges and Mrs. Eddie Mrs Wallace Ott, and family. The noon, with her parents, Mr. and Moler, of Charles Town attended occasion being Mr. Ellis Williams Mrs. Bernard Ott. the commencement exercises at Sr. birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grove, Jr. Shepherd College on Monday, Miss Jennifer Gray, spent sev- and daughter Rose Ann, of Mar- where Mrs. Ramon Gray, received eral nights last week in Charles tinsburg, visited Mr. William Shi- her Bachelor of Arts in elemen- Town~ with her sister, Mrs~ Eddie ley, and family Saturday evening tary education. 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