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I LOCAL--PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Attend Hardesty-Freed Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardes ty, their house guest, Master Ran ny Clark of Grafton, W. Va. and Miss Shirley Macoughtry motored to Waynesboro, Va. on Saturday to attend the wedding of the for- mers nephew, Mr. Richard Luck Hardesty and Miss Barbara Freed which was solemnized at four thir ty o'clock on Saturday afternoon in the Bethany Lutheran Church in Waynesboro. A reception was held in the assembly room of the church immediately following the ceremony. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hardesty of Fredericksburg, Va. and is the assitant manager of the J. J. New berry Co. store in Waynesboro. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove on Wednes day of last week were the latter's sis~ter-in-law Mrs. Carroll Johnson her son Tommy and Mrs. Earl Harter, all of Middleway. Visiting with the Grove's on Friday were their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and their son Gregory of Charles Town. W. S. C. S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christ- ian Service of the Methodist Chur ch met on Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Law rence DeHaven with eight of the members in attendance. The De- votions and lesson entitled "Home for the Homeless" were present- ed by Mrs. Lawrence Grove and were followed by a brief business meeting. Adjournement was fol- lowed by a pleasant social during which delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. Jack Kincheloe returned home on Thursday from a three weeks tour during which he vis- ited many of the Federal Fish Hatcheries throughout eastern United States. Mr. Kincheloe has SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM aS ADVOCATE 2--A THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 H. L. Mills Gasoline Station Charles Town, W. Va.---Friday and Saturday GET THIS VERY LARGE SHELL PINK COLOR been a trainee for the past year]ed annually by the Jefferson at the Federal Hatchery in Lee- / County Farm Women's Council town. Miss Edith Frazier of Tarpon Springs, Florida arrived here on Thursday to visit with her sister- in-law Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and with her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at "Monte View". Also visiting there on Fri day were Mr. and Mrs. Crim's son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and their three children Libby, Scotty and Susan of Charles Town. Mr. Stagner who is on a work assignment in Man- istee, Mich. returned there on Saturday night accompanied by his wife and children who will spend the summer months in Man istee. Mrs. James H. Snyder was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Friendly Class of the Methodist Church which was held on Friday evening at the home of Miss Mary Magaha in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hardesty Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glasscock and"daughter Miss Betty Lee Glasscock and Mrs. Harry Athey were among the guests attending the wedding of the former's ne- phew, Mr. Richard Luck Hardesty and Miss Barbara Freed which was solemnized on Saturday af- ternoon in Waynesboro, Va. Awarded Scholarship The Nurses's Scholarship award !to a deserving 4-H member has been presented this year to Miss Mary Cheshire who plans to enter Alderson-Broaddus College in Phillippi, W. Va. with the begin- ning of the fall term. Miss Ches- hire who has been active in the 4-tI program for many years is a talented musician and was grad- uated two weeks ago as Valedic- torian of her class. Mrs. George Crim returned home on Monday from Chillicothe Ohio where she had spent several days visiting with her son Mr. Richard Crim. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardes ty and the latter's sister Mrs. Mar garet Kilmer motored" to Clarks- burg, W. Va. on Tuesday to attend the funeral of their cousin Mrs. John Timberlake whose death oc curred there on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland moved last week from their for- mer home in Lexington, Ky. to Winchester, Va. where the former has accepted the post of Librar- ian at the Handley Library. Mr. Rowland who was awarded a Mas ter's degree in Library Science at the University of Kentucky last June has been associated with the Library of Eastern Kentucky State College since last fall. On Wednesday of last week he and Mrs. Rowland visited with his mother Mrs. Clifford Rowland and with other relatives in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr, Mr. Furr and Mr. Earl Mc Donald of Middleway in company with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maga- ha and son Jimmy of Charles Town attended a Rodeo which was held on Sunday near Rock- ville, Md. Mr. George Coyle of Warrenton, Va. visited on Tuesday of" last week with his aunt Miss Bell Sny der at "West Shenstone". Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and children Ronnie and Gall vis: ;ted on Saturday evening w, ith the latter's sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyd and their family at their home near Rippon and on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Linden DeHaven in Clearbrook. Mr. and Mrs. DeHav- en had visiting with them recent- ly the latters mother Mrs. Herbert Ramsburg of Ranson and guests at their home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George James of Charles Town; Mrs. Hilda Brown and Mr. John Kelley, both of Washington, D. C. Former Resident Dies Mrs. Caroline Heaton Macough- try of Middleway who has been in ill health for a number of years died on Sunday afternon in the National Institute of Health in Be thesda, Md. where she'had been re-admitted when her condition became critical about two weeks ago. Funeral arrangements are unknown at this time. Mrs. Macoughtry and hel: hus- band, the late James F. Macough- try were well known in Summit Point having resided here for quite a few years after the latters retirement from the National Bur eau of Engraving in Washington, D.C. Graduates From Junior College Miss Betty Lee Glasscock was a member of the senior class which was graduated recently from Greenbrier College in Lewis burg, W. Va. where she had been a student for the past two years. ACTUAL SIZE It Is the Largest Piece of The Shell Pink Set GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE With Each Purchase of 0 OF KEROSENE - - - - - - - - Gallon 151/2c i GASOLINE STATION FAIRFAX BLVD RANSON, W. VA. BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD ARE MOVING As of JULY FIRST our Fairmont Office will be moved to 503 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING OF NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA, INC. Dial 366.0902 PairmonhW. Va. to attend the ceremonies and .to bring their daughter home. Episcopal Churchwomen Meet The Episcopal Women of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday evening of last week at the home of Miss Kay Davey with sixteen members and guests in attendance. The meeting was op- ened with Devotions led by Miss Kate Biller after which initiating a new feature in the meetings, Miss Biller read her favorite chap ter from the Bible and explained the reasons for her preference Following this the roll was called the minutes of the last meeting the guest of Miss Frances Cole- man for the past ten days and had visited also with many of her friends and former neighbors in the village left on Thursday of last week to return to her home in Luray, Va. The Reverend Roland Clark of Grafton, W. Va. was an overnight guest on Monday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardesty. He was accompanied here by his older son Randall who remained to spend two weeks vis iting at the Hardesty home. The Rverend Mr. Clark was in charge of The Church of the Holy Spirit and Grace Church, Middleway for about eighteen months while he was a student at the Virginia The ological Seminary accepting a call to Grafton upon his graduat- ion in 1960. Mrs. George Martin and her son of Towson, Md. were guests for several days last week at "Locust Grove" the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and their small daughter Julie, Graduates From Seminary The Reverend Samuel Butcher was graduated on Monday of last week from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D. C. and accompanying him to Wash- ington for the occasion were Mrs. Butcher, Mrs. James H. Snyder and Mrs. Fenton Crawford of Charles Town. The Reverend and Mrs. Butcher and their children Cynthia and Timothy will move in the near future to Morgantown, W. Va. where the former has been assigned to a new charge. Little Miss Linda Light, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light returned home on Sunday from the Charles Town General Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment for the past week. Miss Frances Moore of Charles Town spent Sunday visiting with Miss Imogen Thomson at "Haw- thorn". The Reverend and Mrs. Ronald A. Norton of Moundsville, W, Va. were guests for several days last week at the home of Mrs. Robert Macoughtry and her daughter Miss Shirley Macoughtry. Their daughter, Sandra and Marcia who accompanied them here spent the time visiting among their friends in Summit Point and in Charles Town. While here the Reverend and "Mrs. Norton visited with many of their former parishioners in Summit Point and Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr had vis iting with them on Sunday the former's sister Mrs. George Chap man and Mrs. Charles Shull and her small son Scotty of Berryville, Va. Also visiting with them recent ly were Mrs. Furr's brothers and sisters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Connie Renner and daughter Carlene of Winchester, Vs. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Renner and daughter Nan cy of Berryville, Va. Farm Women's Club Meets The Summit Point Farm Wom- en's Club met on Thursday even ing at the home of Mrs. Joseph Starkey with thirteen members and one former member Mrs. Ron ald Norton in attendance. The meeting was opened with Devot- ions led by Mrs. Stuart Crim after which Mrs. Starkey presented the evenings lesson "Food Makes a Difference in the Child" and led the group discussion of the sub- ject. At it's conclusion, the min- utes of the last meeting were read and approved, a report was made Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Julian by the treasurer and several Glasscock motored to Lewisburg items of business were discussed including plans for celebrating the club's tenth anniversary and participation in Family Fun Night at the Community Center on June 16th. At the conclusion of the meeting a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which delic- ious refreshments were served by the hostess. were read and approved and a re- port was made by the treasurer. Several items of'busincess were dis cussed and arrangements were made for the lunch stand which the group will have at the Sites sale on June 24th. A short pro- gram was presented by Mrs. Phil- ip Creamer after which the meet ing was adjourned. During the pleasant social hour which follow ed delicious refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her mother Mrs. Melvin Davey. Mrs. John Allen who has been ILL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Freddie Lee of Lovetts- ville, Va. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire on Wednes- day evening of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Willingham and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bush of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. James IAlla and sons Jay and Vince were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ancl Mrs. Bill Mercer and children of Kab- letewn. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md. spent Saturday night with Mrs. Lula aRnalli and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons. Mrs. Edgar Mills is now at the Pentecostal Rest Home in Bolivar Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin and Mr. and Mrs. Don nie Magaha spent Sunday after- noon attending a Western Redeo at Barnesville, Md. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr .and Mrs. RaIph Johnson and sons and Mrs. Lula Ranalli were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ranalli and children and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson Of Ranson. Mrs. Bill King of Laurel, Md. and Mrs. Bud Pope of Bolivar called at the home of Mrs. James Lilla and sons on Thursday.' Recent Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire and Mrs. Evelyn Hardy and daughter Linda were Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dunn and children of Berwyn, Md. and the formers aunt Mrs. Howard Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wi!tshire and children of Harpers Ferry were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardy. 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