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YEARS AGO 10 'Jimmy' Morison was Commander of Jackson Post, American Legion No. Charles Town. Over $1,200 realized on hospital "June Episcopal Church in Ferry gets resident Clerg Hogs sold for $18.10 at Blue Livestock market here. Red swimming school will open Ly for two weeks. h - Theodore W. Costello, Passed away in Charles Town Hospital. Lester Hugh age 46 years died very in Emergency Hospital, I}. C. Standard Lime at Bakerton plant cele two-years of safe operat- with a victory dinner. Mr. Mrs. Edward Turner celebrat wedding anniversary. Mus comedy at Hill Top House in Ferry June 22-23. Miss Specht is bride of Mr. in Ranson Church cere- I mony. Miss Comer, Mr. Bender exchanges vows in Charles Town Episcopal Church. Charles Town Junior Legion baseball team more, Md. Mrs. Teresa C. Becker widow of the late Charles Becker. Mrs. Bernard Ott Mrs. Mary Orshin and Mrs. Henry McKee and son, Henry, of Ranson, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall AcAboy. +C. B. Carr as manager of the ney Owens, of Stephenson, Va. Jefferson Publishing Company, Recent visitors of Mrs Natha- Inc., a position he had held for niel Gray and daughter, Jennifer, 11 years. Carr resigned to devote were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinger his full time to his printing bus- and sons, Ricky and Sonny, Mr. iness at Boyce, Va. and Mrs. Eddie Moler, of Charles Married:- Miss Mazie Beverley Town, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hammond, daughter of Mr. and Crites, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray Mrs. Edward Hammond to the and son Robbie, of Ranson, Mr. Rev Dargan Bolton Lucas of and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and chil- Roanoke, Va. dren Marlin, Vivian, and Joey, of Millville, and Miss Donna Liede, 40 ~EA~GO 40 of Keyes Ferry Acres. Died: . At her home South of Mrs. Marshall McAboy, of Hall- Charles Town, Mrs. Agnes R. Port town, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Court- er, widow of Levi Porter; in Balti ney and son, George, of Harpers Ferry, and Mrs. Roe Courtney, of Ranson, took a trip over Sky- line Drive through Virginia on Thursday. They also visited the Swannanoa, which is a genuine marble palace, and has sculp- tured gardens. Mrs. McAboy's father once worked at the palace. ,Rodney Roundtree, on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr., and daughter, Kelly, of From Charles Town, were Sunday morn- ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children, Judy, Jeanne, Lin- An address by West Virginia da, Davie and Terry of Halltown, Attorney General C. Donald Rob- attended the Penwell reunion ertson, two valedictory addresses which was held at the War Me-and the presentation of several morial Park at Martinsburg on outstanding awards, highlighted Sunday. Quite a large crowd was the 53rd annual commencement in attendance, exercises at Charles Town Senior Mr. and Mrs. John Roundtree ttigh School Thursday evening, and mother, Mrs. Bernard Ott, June 2 at 8 p. m. spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. A total of 120 seniors wound up Louis R. Becker in Charles Town. their high school careers and were presented their diplomas byi Mr. and Mrs. ttenry McKee and Schools Superintendent T. A. children, Narla and Henry, of Lowery and Principal H. R. Cott- Ran, and Mr. and Mrs. David Mc- rill, presenting the graduates for Aboy, of Charles Town, were din- their diplomas. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- The first valedictory address shall McAboy. was given by Miss Barbara Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Kennem Anders and the second one by Miss Mar- and children, Terry, Jeffrey, Scott garet Byi~er. These two young and Timothy, of Ranson, were ladies tied for the top scholastic supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. honors of the 1966 graduating Bernard Ott and Mr. and Mrs. class and thus were named as co- John Roundtree. valedictorians. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Na- Three special awards were pre- thaniel Gray and Mr. Lester sented on the program, the Stri. Meier, all of Halltown, were sup- der Lamp, which has been a featu per guests of Mrs. Bowers' sister, red award at Charles Town High Mrs. Frances Fauver, of Seven graduation for many years, went Fountains, Va., on Sunday eve- to Doug Perks; the D. A. 1L Citi- ning. i zenship award for the most out Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend and[standing girl went to Carolyn daughters, Patsy and Linda, and[Penwell and for the boy it went friend, Juanita, of Riverdale, tto Harold Chamblin, Jr. The Stri. Md., and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph[ der Lamp was presented to Perks Ranalli, and children, Marlin, Viv-[ by Lowell Hetzell, acting presi-[ inn and Joey, of Mlllville, visited! dent of the Board of Education t Mr. and Mrs David Penwell and land the D. A. R. presentationt family Sunday evening, were made by Mrs. Charles R.I Langdon. The first owners built the palace The invocation for the comm- and their names were Daley. 144 Charle~ Town [ encement program was given by They died and the palace was un- Daniel Creamer vice-president of t cared for for many years. A Dr. High Students On the graduating class and the bene[ Walter Russell and wife later diction by Thomas Kern, II. classI bought it and restored it. Many president. Jeannine Gruber, was[ important people have visited the Final Honor R011 the class secretary and Gregory [ palace, among them, Dr. Norman Carper, treasurer. I' (Certified Wiring) Vincent Peale. A total of 144 students of Char- The program which was to have I ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Vacation School Closed les Town High School, grades been staged on the grass plot inI 9 through 12 had a grade point front of the high school, was[ Vacation Church School closed average of 3.0 or better and thus moved to the gymnasium whent Home - Office - Farm on Friday after being in session were named to the honor roll rain clouds appeared in the sky/ for a week. There were twentl- based on the final grades received and the temperature dropped to[ GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse six children in attendance. A pic- for the school year, it was announr a cool level, i nic was held on the church lawn ced this week by Principal H. R. ] ...... Products at the close of the school on Fri- Cc~ttrill. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove/ day with lots of good food, and The Freshman class led the tand daughters of Neersville, Va./ C, an enjoyable time was had by all. list with 44, while the senior class I wer Sunday guests with the lat-] COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIAN ES: Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr., and was second with 38, the junior tter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John! Wilson Sr. also with Mr. and Mrs. I RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS daughter, Kelly, of Charles class had 32 and the sophomore [Dearl Grove and family.! Town, and Mrs. Wallace Ott and class 30. REFRIGERATOI S - TELEVISIONS daughter, Sharon, spent Friday The list by classes follows: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and afternoon in Winchester, Va. " family of Purcelliville, Va. were Mr and Mrs. Irving Gray and SENIORS- visitors with the litter's mother / son, Robbie, of Ranson, visited Daniel Creamer, Jeannine Gru- Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and ber, IAnda Link, James Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and family on Saturday evening. Keith Ott, Charles Sager, Nora- children of Ranson were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Roundtree, belle Shuman, Susan Stevens, Eve guests with Mr. and Mrs. Walter APPLIAIE[ CENTER of Clearwater, Fla., arrived Sat-lyn Taylor, Lana Marcus, Abner Cogle and children. urday evening to spend several Ware, Tana Barren, Elaine Shir- daYs with Mrs. Roundtree's par- ley, Linda Coyle, Linda Bell, Dial 725-5516 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Diana McCormick, Barbara Hunt, . .UTHORIZED Dr d.ER$ ~ "~ + + ,.~on- Jan Ctopper, Linda Johnston, Bec- North George Street -- Charles Tti W. ing of ky Nerhood, Howard Speaks, Ron- Mr. Roundtree's nephew, Mr. ald Shade, Harold Chamblin, Fred Ashbaugh, Bill Frazier, Thomas Burch, Susan Ott, Paula Jean Roth, Greg Carper, Deborah Mor- ris, Frank Welch, Susan Hill, Janet Clendening, Linda Ellis, Margaret Byrer, Sharon Small. wood, Angelynne Reeler, Greg Corbin. JUNIORS -- Alice Dinges, Sharon Pulse, Din ne Cook, Debbie Slsk, Becky Ennis, Norton Jean Rickel, Deb- + = orah Baumgardner, Becky Dailey, Angela Lloyd, Robert Hankins, Doug Seibert, Becky Pestun, Ann Gracey, Carla Collis, Judy Furr, Mary Bowman, Barbara Lilly, Magdeline Cloud, Scott Coyle, Kar For His Day, On Sunday, June 19th. Wonderful For Him en Day, Mariland Dunn, Jim Lew- is, Linda Marshall, Rosemary Pier To Relax In, And We'll Deliver It For You. i son, Shep Ogden, Sandra Ring, William Snyder, Donald Specht, Cheryl Starkey, Pamela Snyder, Willoughby Henshaw, David Dal- i garn, SOPHOMORES -- Mary Master, Brenda Everhart, i Francis Grantham, Charles Printz Charles Wilt, Sharon Rudacille, i | Dina Lee Bailey. Ralph Rickel, i James Kitchen, baniel Athey, i Nancy, Barnado, Darlene Bartles, Glenn Bradley, Bonnie Lee Minor, Patricia Moler, Joe Snyder, Cha. rles Cooper, Calvin Manuel, Jen- eane Sagle, Mary Marshall, Shelia Jones, Dennis Kirk, Lisa Shuman, Donald Willingham, Donna Jack- son, Karen Marcus, Pat Doyle, Althea Rutherford, Cynthia Tim- ing, Steplmnie Clopper, FPAESIIMEN -- Dennis Gayhart, Patricia Ham- ilton, Glenn Edwards, Debra Dorf Robert IIill, Alice Carper, Cynthia Cain, Katie Blackford, Susanne Ward, Robert Liskey, Jeffrey , O'Bannon, Laura Dorsey, Martha Seibert, Jeanne Mason, Olagene Bush, Christian Bratina, Danny Nichols, Jeffrey Rhodes, Claude Wojdag, Diane Kratz, Nicholas Kercheval, John Robinson, Debra Rinaldi, Lois Athey, Michael Mays Gerald Salsano, Ralph Whitmore, James Fleagle, Peggy Taylor, Jac- queline Bush, James Green, Pare Liles, Madonna Martin, Paula Propps, Charlotte Rowe, Christo- i pher Sagle, Elizabeth Snyder, :James Robert Cain, Frederick Whittington, Kathryn Henshaw &nd, Also, We Have Many Other Suitable Gifts For Pamela Uoffman. S lma Jones, Father's Day. come In And See Our Selection Today. Kathy Sagle, Pamela Shiner. IX T qXTO g II Home Of Fine Furniture For Many Yem Phone 725 7068 - We Deliver - +Charles Town, W. Va. Be Wise- Advertise SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE. 16, 1966 The Spirit Of Jefferson,Advocate Q LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM BEDROOM YOU'LL SAVE A LOT At SCHEWEI ! DOUBLE-DOOR, ALL-STEEL All.Purpose, Heavy Gauge Steel, Electrically welded seams and reinforced doors for added strength. Smart wrinkle finish for neat ap- pearance. Has clothes rod and tie rack. Just perfect for the spare room in your house. Ideal when more ~torage space is desired at low cost. 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