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ij WEEK'S NEWS IN POH Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Services ule of services at the Holy Spiri,t for the mon,th of June ~.follows: Sunday, June ag 9:30 A. M. EST; June 21st aLt 11:00 and on June 28th at ~he service will be con Rt. Reverend Wil- ~eiL ,t)he hour will be rather than the cus M. Meeting Society of Chris,t- of the Methodis~ Wednesday even- Week at the home of Grove, with eight .'rs present. The De- lesson were presen Thomas Henry and business session ,the adjourned. During w~hiCh followed de were served IMissionary Sec- Bapt'ist Church met af~ternon ~t `t'he s. Woodrow Drish in meeting was open led ,by Mrs. Which g'he lesson "The Praise" the theme of Thailand, was pro Leroy C~eshire. business ,meeting a pleasant soc- wh,ich del'icious were served by the this week Cder at "West Shen- nephews Messrs. NeweH Snyder and Blowi,ng Rock, also her mace Mrs. ef Charles Town. 'Kathleen and `Ms- of Liverpool, England beert vdsiting for the a~ths with ~)heir bro- Mr. ,and Dunlop 'mr "The plane an Sa,tur- ,~heir brother-in- Hartman ,at his Cruces, N. M. They to :the National D. C. by and her daughter and were cous'ins ,Mr. Gi~oo,m of. Nor- fat the Isaac Walton Conservation :Camp wh'ich is being held this week at Camp Caesar. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and family, Mrs. Barbara Swisher and !Mr. and Mrs. W~Iton Hart and .family spent Saturday i,n Hardy County, W. Vs. going there to a,t- tend the ~emorial Service which was held that day at t~he Eben- ezer Church near Rornney. Mr. and Mrs. El,wood Cheshire and c'hildren Johnny and Patricia were overn'igh,t guests on Saiturday at the home of Mrs. Chesh~re's mot'her and step-,f~ther Mr. and ,Mrs. Norman Michael ia Kirby, W. Va. Visitors on Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and their c'hildren Bobby, and Linda Jean were the lat~ters sisters and brothers-in-law ~VIr. and .Mrs. John Wel,ty and son John,ny of Waynesboro, Pc. and Mr .and Mrs. Cre'ighton Propps and daug,l~ter Trina o,f Charles Town. Richard Crim returned ho~e on Friday to spend a'bout a week v~s iting with his parents "Mr. and Mrs. George Crim before re~:urn- ing to Btacksburg, Va. to enroll for ,the summer session at the Vir ginia Polytechnic I,nstitute. ,Mr. and `Mrs. Howard Fellers spent the weekend visiting with the formers mother Mrs. Nathan Fe,llers a,t her home in Nutley, N. J. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ral,ph Dunn were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of the lat,ters parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Also visi.ting ,a.t t'he Furr home o,n Sunday af`ter noon were Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn and sons Michael and Don- nie, Mrs. Howard Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gibbs and dau- Jhters Jeannie, ~oris and Elle~n all ~f Summit Point. Garland Garl~and L. Virts, of Jefferson Coun, ty `Motors, Inc., Charles Town, has qualified as a member of the Lincoln and Mercury Dis- ,tricot Circle for his sales per:form- ~ance, WillLam B. Greta, Washing- Con district sales man,scar for Mar cury-Eflsel -Li,3coln Division ,an- nounced today. The award puts Mr. V'irts a- mong the top 24 Mercury and tin coin salesmen in the Washington sales district. Misses Dunlop will "Good ,products and good sales Spruces" before re- ,~ynen make a team of qua l'ity per- ~Ir home Is,tar in the !~6~m~s "0h,a$ ga'ins t~e confidence l.of $]a~ l~eo$)l~ o.f t~he covn~muni.ty", Mrs. Francis Brown `Mr. Gr~e~skid. "A sal~man who Kit~ty o,f Ham earns that res~'~ I~~ w~hy of Were dinner guests on District Circle mem,bership." Vhe home o,f Mrs. Miss Frances Cole- ~rs. Donald Glassford ~rl Be,nnie and Talmad or~ Sunday to Cacap.on Sear Berkeley Springs: ~Vlenear enroute ,to her home in J. visi~ting the l~tter Week at the home .ofo ir~-law and sister-in- Mrs. Allen Glas~2ord. she was accompan- daugbter spen,t the past a,t the Glass- Smi,th and of We'irton, W. ~rnight guest qn Sat of the formers and sister ,Mr. and Jenkins and their visi,ting with Mr. and on Sunday were and daughters, ~I' Jake Frye and son r. and `Mrs. Howard all o~f Charles Town. '~rs. Allen Timbrook 'e, Md. visfted briefly ~t the home of the and sister-in-law rs. Elwood Cheshire ly. Upon leaving to with rela`tives County 'they were young Miss De- .re who visited over- r aunt and uncle Mr. Kline ahd their home in Shanks, Conservation Camp Lemon and Mary on Monday morn- Springs, W. Va. spend this week !Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ches~hire their daugh~ters Nora and Mary ,and their son Dav'id spent Satur- day a Vtending the Memorial ser- vice ag Ebenezer Church near Romney and visiting with relati- Ves in Hash,psi,ire Country, W. Va. ,Miss Mollie Glassford spa,rig sev oral days last week visi`ting ,in Rip po n,at ~he home of Miss Louise Bell who accompanied her upon her return and remained a`t ,the Olassford tho,me until Sunday. iMr. Shelby Longerbeam of WaShington, D. C. s,pen,t the week end a~t the home of his parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Clif,ton L~nger,beam and their family. Gracey. 4-H Meeting The ~Busy Bees 4-H Club met, on Monday evening at the home of Deborah Chesh'ire wit'h twenty one members and guests in attend ance. The meet,ing was o,pe,ned by singing "West Virginia Boys and ~irls" followed by the 4-H Pledge and a Scripture reading 'by Cog- landis Hart. ~he roll was called the minutes of the last meeting~,~ read and ~pproved and a report was made by the treasurer. Soy- era,1 items of business were discuss ed after wh'ich a demons~tration program was presented. Ceglendia Ho~t demo,nstrated ,the correct way to set a table: Janie Goodell ~hose project is first year sewing demons,tra,ted t,he correct way to cut fabrics and the uses of several d,ifferent types of scissors. Arnold Dailey who is carrying a livestock project, demonstrated his feed- ir~g program for his calf. A re- creation period followed adjourn- men,t during which games were played and delicious refreshments were served by the hostess ,as:sis,t- ed by her co-hostesses Sandy and Sue Roberts. Can't Beat "Stayer o n ~tllo, , you feed--cows, chickens, dogs, turkeys r a y ~ri~,~t fivestock---you'll find three priceless ingredients in ~l~'aa~ore Feeds that make them outperform any other on the market today. UALITy ESEARcH |ERVICE Each ingredient selected for top qual- ity, tested through every step of manufacture and skillfully blended for uniformity in every bag of feed. New ingredients---grains, drugs, chemicals--are constantly tested for feed value. New feeds are developed and every year you benefit from Wirthmore research through feeds that produce better results at less cost. Wherever you are in the Northeastern states, there is an experienced and qualified Wirthmore Serviceman, ready, to help you on any problem. If you're looking for results, better look to WIRTHMORE I EST FEEl)3 IONEY CAN BUY 73 TOWN Charles To.l,, W. Va. The stork made only three vis'its to the Char'los Town General Hos- pital during the period of June 3- 7 delivering two boy babies and one girl. A san, Michael Anghony was born June 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Fa~rbanks S~hirley. Thursday, June 4 a son, Lynn Jason was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foulks of Charles Town. Sunday, June 7 a son Jane~t E1 ame was born to Mr. acad Mrs. Lynn Follin of Knoxvfl:le, Md. Out-pa,tien,ts ad,mit,ted to the hospital were as follows: Edward Fisher, Bowie, Md.; Harry R. Jan kins, Charles Town; Ral,Ph M. Johnson, Millville; Charles Mun- dy, Charles Town; George Sgaley, Shepherdstown; Beverley Kidwell CiCy; Joseph Fe'l~ton, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Edward LanJm.m, Upperv'ille, Vs.; Charles Carper, City; Robert E. Brow~, Finksburg, Md.; Earl A. Gift, Ci,ty; John E. Mumaw, Cigy. Medical p~t'ien~ts admitted were: Henry Penwell. Lloyd Granville Stull, both of Charles Town; lit- ~tle R ioha~