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. Leader; Mr. Harold Barr. Mr. [ 8. If your pet is still missing Town '1 Chester Foley. [and you have reason to believe I Junior Highs: Mr. Charles Rib ] it has been sold to an out of state ][le Vi er. I laboratory, contact your state r ! Senior Highs: Dr. Richard lagent for the petnapping law, Slider. I P. L. 89-544. In our area this is Adults:Mrs. RobertHocken- [ Mr. Perry Hager of Inwood. How- The Charles Town Presbyter- night, at 6 p.m. smith, Mrs. Charles Hamilton and ] ever, a phone call should first be 4an Church will feature Vacation Mrs. E. P. ;mot, Jr Chairm n William H. Ramkey. made to Dr, L. G. Berg, Charles- Family Week for five nights, of the special committee for tre! Others working with rs. ton, W. Va 304-343-1302, at the '- ! Hawaii. I Rate, DAce YA SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F R'8 ADVOCATE ~ 3 aJ~ ~, ~ Hot dogs, fried chicken, po-lU~l~3 IIV~ %,IUU IV TrluR.~DAY HT~r~.I~ l~nQ A- I| IIF] .qn i I tato salad, tuna salad, deviled l "" '- ' I 'J il' ~J ~' ] eggs, potato chips baked beans. [ H:IVA Rumm=em =la ! ": " I I ptfflkin" bread and' iced tea, Jellot " lets oI recipes wnicn are printed ily picnic to be held at me 1 l~ablil~he~l Every Whm~l~y [ land two cakes, beautifully decor.I Betsy Ross Home Demonstrat-for the Potom Edison C?m-Iton Burr Community center, ByThe Jefferson PubUshing GO me ] J ated by Brenda LeHew were en- [ ion Club will laold a rummage party. ~smg ~.r~atners. as tile I Mrs. J. L. Vernet of I/aLh m | 210 North George St. Charles Town, W Vs ZIp 25414 l J joyed by all. ] sale in the old Bank af Charles meme, Mrs. r oDert raay lea I Pa, has been spending s0$e | ' ' ' / ] Gamesconsistedofcroquet and Town buildin, Friday, June 20 the group in devotions DuringI " n MrsI : . : g . " time wRh Mr. a d Second Cla.u Pc stage Faicl At ehaxlea Town Poetoflice ! I poismn. / from 9 a. m. until 9 p. m. and ' the business session the club vot-I Hill Last weekend Mr. and! I I /Saturaay, June 21, from 9 until ed a ten dollar donation to the lj Allen Hawkins, of War I Max Brown, Manager Don Rentvh, News Editor [ I [ 5, Anyone wishifig to bring ,their Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire ] ville, and Mr and Mrs Ittr / I IiUI I U i, lkl } rummage can bl=ing it on Thurs- De-'artment and a ten dollar I Mrs" gm0ff I M e " ~ ~Ulllll dllU 1 11. cl ~ --- emlo r----- . day evening, June 19, 7 p. m. sc lar hi f s e r were We~t Virginia Prea~ ~clation ---- Nation~ Newspaper A~oelation [ I MJ t I II I [un i m h0 s p or ome m mbe of [ Grove, of Hagerstown, : ;,: ' ] I IlVOUIIUI JOl / me bunrise 4-H Club to attenaI ers at the Hill home. :! National Aavertising Repretentattve ] I [ summer camp. During the social [ | American News a er Re 'e :art I ' t L t,e aJ,UU -- ho"r t"- h-stess served a straw " " p p pre$ n~; v~, he. / I -Ral sale a fund t u,ue v "1 i Atlant --- Chleago --- Dotrolt -- Los tgeles -. New Yorl -- San Fr nelseo / -- ~. ~ -rmsmgprojec~| VI A klL I/ Illl I berry dessert with iced punch. I . . o J i , : me rnen s oz t;narms| I i:llN rl?tllllr The July meeting will be a faro-' ARena t.nurcn ottn . I Subscrip ion $5.00 Per Year, Plum 15 et . W. Va. Tax,I Town enerar Hospitm, amounted / ,v, w--.ram-- ! I to $500 and officials of the organ-| Mrs. Elsie Hamstead :| / I ization said they were gra teful| Itt s,lieu . | THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 ] Shown above are the seven young men and women received as[ for the support which the pub-/ . T ,r J,v Well. I : i adult members in the rite of Confirmation on Pentecost on Sunday,[ lic gave the projecL Reeetved B,A. Degree s : - - . :. | fd)PM D Ah t May 25 at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, by the Rev.|. The committee on the table 1Lige B. Miller received a Bach- =- .-- Daily --- 2-7-9: lO ! IIii= IhBI-INII illVi'MW |Richard E Neat nastor Thev ale" Misses Barbara Snaldint~ and] n me~maae cancty atone realize(lictor of Arts aegree at the 144th l~larunsDurg, w. va. - t Statistics are beginning to trickle in on this summer's Glaize, financetbaa-'-Col]ege nGeneva,'N. . tourist business, and the3/reveal that Americans are again t'-e "-' re [ chairman, wishes to thank all of :, S'unday, June 15, Dr. Lewis J. P U Ill II II1 -II m ill1 8oo~ ~ nymua s oy u ~utucrau s u n **m.c. those wh sohcl L n t " " hi hwa o " ".ted, donated, or o g, re ired president of near- taking to the open read m numbers to set new g y rlq~c*,e}~/~l~g Frcim l'Yl.qr~v gllrlQ~/~4~r v,qo~.tloTI .q~t~ tht:~ n~ws is the i ' /worgea in any way to promatelby Wells t;ollege, delivered the ~Numil mm ~1~' vmin~m~ s -e-"f' Zm-or-e t.-'h n;" 'imi]ar r riod I Leadership eams announced ty police, sheriff and dog warden.| the success of this endeavor. |Phi Beta Kappa address to the last by Mrs. Smoot include: Nursery. i G ve them your name aand phone[ s O. S. Bloom, auxiliary 1240 male graduates. Ben, a IL J ,----. 4 [] -- d Mrs Chester Foley Mrs J. P. number. Otter people call these/P~%~siaent, wishes o remind mem-|member of the Theta Delta Phi m [] appeaa oI open roaxt as s rong as ever, an Burn Jr Mrs Ray Jamison, i officers first when they find a/bets of the Executive Board to!fraternity, narticinated in the ac- II I]1 tourist accommodatmns wfl! .again be ampacked desp e a Miss Nancy Lutz, bIrs. Robert lost ammal. ] attend the monthly meeting on tw hes of the Track Club and constant enlargement of facflg es m recent years. People are Wall, Mrs. William Harner, Mrs. [ 4: Run an advertisement in| Tuesday, June 24, the hospital was a Dean's List student. Ac- gnaw AT 7. na p u. again taking to the highways in unprecedented numbers and Richard Burns, Mrs. Gabriele your local newspaper or newspa-| at 7:30 p.m. companying his parents to Ge- ,o vv , with well-stuffed wallets Weller, Mrs. James Powell and Ipers. Give your name and phone nova were Mrs. R. J. Madison, Tourism, already the leading activity in many areas, may Mrs. E. P. Smoot, Jr. number and offer a reward. |~ Dms m Atlanta, Ga and Mr. and Mrs. FREE HAWAIIAN ORCHIDS FOR LADIES t. : * Kindergarten" Mrs Marshall I 5. Contact your local radio sta- ! 1. Ul]all IIOIIIIIG~II~i Henry Moore Snyder, Jr Shen- m eco. ,m ^. - i n n- s KEY CHAINS FOR THE GENTLEMEN hnv~ th,~ Wanrl rl.c nne n ,ifhor inflnttwl Lilngery, l acler; ars. James t o a (1 a K mem to oroaucast a . anaoan dunenon. .F - .: W-'. ". Calkins, Miss Alana Cu er !description of your lost pet. }T k|nfl mlmm|r H m Mrs. Wayne Stuckey and prices nor crowaea nlgllWayS ann Ia JlllI~leS canlnlluence ~'~,~,*~,~, 1 ~. 9 ~ re i l~ V" "f vnnr lnoal davt nn~,nd swnsss vvsnsss~e||bl,SllVShll flnnrthtt~r IaairthAnn ~vha ~ ~ them to stay at home ' " 'i " ' Morison, Leader; Mrs. Wine, 7. Be sure there is someone . . t= visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. aeHerson t ounw, w tn as mucn tne wunsr as Mrs Max Brown 3 & 4 - irs at home to take calls. So often ir l|nmfl flirt hflrfllln ha Lawrence Gum in Martinsburg, ~, ~ ~ t ,~ ~ J~' " " " " i - ~ unwwaw~n m, vns wvvu~suvuuw~ VUlO . any other area in exmenca, can pron Immeasurably Dy nls Etbert Solenberger, Leader; Mrs. people cannot keep an ammal " spent Thursday wath Mrs. New- travel surge. Patsy Grant, ,Mrs. George Tabb. i they have found. A quick re- " ton Stuekey. 5 & 6 . Mrs. Harold Barr, Jr spouse can be most important. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel and Lou Ann were weekend 569 "Living Room" Conffort Seats Sunday, June 22, through Thurs- day, June 26, R was announced ~his week. Plans for this unusual vacation e.~,en includes competent leadership teams and a different program for all ages, NurserY through adult. Special group activities will be held from 7 until 8:30 p. m. and refreshments and recreation will l~rovide an opportunity for all members of the family o talk, study, eat and have fun together. One of the final highligh~ of the week will be a fami~ cov- ered dish supper on Thursday Family Week, has announced Snmot :in the planning of the more detailed plans for each of week's activities 'have been Mrs. the groups, ~ l Dusty Rhodes, Mrs. Robert Hock- Along with outstanding local ensmith, Bill Spinks, Chester leaders, Dr. Richard Slider, Ex-Foley, Charles Ri.~ter. Mrs. Rob- ecutive Secretary af Winchester ert Gracey, Danny Nichols and Jeff Rhodes. Vacation Family Week is one of .the :projects of Charles Town Presbyterian Church Suggested by Ithe Strengthening of the Church Presbytery, will be featured as a special consul,taut for the Senior High group on the topic of "Dab ing, Courtship, and Marriage." In addition to al~propriate cre- ative opportunities for Nursery, Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior High, Adults will have three choices for exFloration. Fun, Family Life, or Bible Study. Committee under the leadership of Mrs. Joseph Warrenfeltz in an effort to revitalize the Church in an everchanging world. Mr. & Mrs. James Jenkins AT PON, w: FEATURING ALL GOOD HOME-COOKED FOOD Luncheon Spedal Daily Sandwiches- Home Made Cakes & Pies PHONE 725.7698 SO BLAKELEY BANK & TRUST COMPANY To Have Children Home For the first time in about six and one-half yeaI's, Mr. and Mrs. ~mes Jenkins of Oak Hill Farm, ar Rippon, will have all three of their children and also their four grandchildren together for a sort of a family reunion next week. The homecoming was arranged when it was learned Major Char- les S. Jenkins, a veteran of the Vietnam War, having served two tours of duty there, would be back in the states sometime this month. Major Jenkins. arrived in Jefferson County late last week after having served his second 13-month tour of duty with the 7th Motor Transportation Battal. ion of the Marines near Quong Trie. Major Jenkins enlisted in the Marines shortly after he had completed his college 'education in 1961 was sent to the Marine Officers training school. He will now be stationed in Memphis, But for a time he plans to continue his visit with his par- ents. This Friday his brother, James Jenkins and his three sons, will arrive here from San Diego, Cal- ifornia for a visit with his par- ents and a reunion With his br0: ther and Mrs. Edward Andraus- has, her husband and son Of Clinton, Md will also come to Rippon for a Short visit with her parents and brothers. . t ! w ereb,ou. o o ymenO *" *" DITOR Mr. Max Brown, Editor Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate Dear Mr. Brown: W. Va Dept. of Agriculture. 9. Last, but not least, get your dog a license! This is his best protection and his main identifi- cation. License tags are available at the office of the County Clerk in the Court House in Charles Town after July 1. And now, I hope your readers will never need to use these rules except the last! sincerely yours, Helen Webb (Mrs: Byron Webb) Secretary, Animal Welfare Society of Jefferson County Combination Father's Day, Birthday Party ':-'A combination birthday and Wather s Day picnic was laeld on rune 15th, at *the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fowler in Darks. ville. The birthdays honored were Mr. David LeHew of Mar- tinsburg and Nelson T. Nichols, Sr. of Shepherdstown. Including the guests of honor those attend- ing were: Mrs. David LeHew and ~on ScoUrge, also of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Nichols, Jr Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dunn, Shenandoah Junction; Mike Nichols, Shenandoah Junct- ion; Mr. and Mrs. Roger LeHew and daughters, Anna Marie and Leslie Ann, Martinsburg and Francis Alger of Inwood. Those sending greetings were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nichols. stationed in PVT. BRYAN HOFFMASTER Pvt. Bryan T. Hoffmaster has recently completed his basic training at Fort Bragg, N. C. and is now receiving A. I. T. training in communications at Fort Gor- don, Ga. He is the husband of Brenda Jackson Hoffmaster of Millville and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E. Hoffmaster of Baker- ton. 1 " Alan McGifl To Present Program Marvin Chapel Alan McGiU, one of America's "most recorded" Gospel soloists will present a program of Christ- inn Song and Spoken Testimony at the Marvin Chapel Coammunity Church, 2 miles east Berry- ville, Va on Route 7, vto one mile on Route 608. Sunday, June 29th at 7:30 p. m, A cordial wel- come is extended to the general pt blic attend. "AYTEND CHURCH SUNDAY HALLTOWN, W. VA. Is Now Accepting AppUeations For Employment Of Full.Time Industrial Production Workers In All Phases Of Our Operation -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jones at Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Donald Heinz is serving as a teacher at the Independent Bible Church Daily Vacation Bi- ble School which will be in ses- sion for the neext two weeks. Mrs. Robert Whitmore and Miss Rejean Stuckey are serving as helpers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore attended a picnic dinner on Sun- day in honor of Mr. Carlton Swartz at the home of his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, David Hoffman at Bunker Hill. The two Hoffman children, Craig and Michele, are spending this week with the Whitmores. Mr. William Fellers, Sr Mr. Newton Stuckey and Rev. Bran- son Staley attended the Central Atlantic Conference of the Unit- ed Church of Christ at Dover, Delaware, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawton Wheaten, Md visited Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hamstead last Sunday. The Edgewood Homemakers Club met with Mrs. Virgil Ma- phis last Wednesday evening. Miss Lavetta Fraley presented the lesson, on "Tricks in Freez- ing." She distriubted :hook- Giant Screen Transistor Sound System And Many, Many More Giant Features I UHWERSAL l NEWMAN - FOREMIN PtCliti~ Wl~lINg l$ EVERYTI#N$! TEC,H N IC (~ I;~01~ / I=III~VISlON* j -1 MEN'S PANTS MEN'S SPORT COAT5 Reg. Reg 9.50 .20.00 1-6rp. MEN'S JEANS Reg. 4.98 LADIES' Val. To 14.00 SHOES CHILDREN'S SHOES Reg. $3 & $4 -- NOW 1.00 Reg. $5 & $7 -- NOW 2.00 Men's Painters & Carpenters COVERALLS Reg. 4,98 MENrS SHOES Val. To 14.00 1 Group BOYS' FANCY JEANS Now that summer is upon us, ,animals are tempted to wander Tailor.Made -- Th !-s Means You Can Start I and explore and occasionally a (By pet is lost. The Animal Welfare The Vacation Club Anytime You Desire To Have Society has obtained information i which can be useful to those of It Come Due, 50 Weeks Later.),your readers who are pet own- ers by advising them on ways to Come In And See The Vacation Club Folders } proceed when a dog or cat is ( missing: --- r-,D;s"l" In The Lobby) i. Be prepared to give an ac- (On ,curate description of the animal. A-J This includes c lor, breed, sex, g~llu ,size, age. Give the name it an- ,m* vmm NEXT VACATION,swers to, license number and START SAVIN6 ,kind of collar worn. It'is wise to ,ha e your name, your telephone ,number and the word "reward" : . printed on a metal plate on the ,collar. YFuLLB KsERVICE& TRUST,2. Armedto with this informa- ,tion, canvass the neighborhood. IUd(R] w ' sure question youngsters. .l Children are very responsive A BAN'K I animals, and often notice "dogs or cats that adults may overlook. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Offer a reward. Ask if they have noticed any roving bands of dogs MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W, VA. or a strange truck. --= - - - =- --', 3. Contact nocal or coun- Established in 1869, Halltown Paperboard Co is a Reg. $8 & $9 -- NOW 3.00 growing employer of 172 employees who work in one LADIES' DRESSES of the most modern Paperboard Mills in the Eastern United States. We are an equal opportunity employer, SPORTSWEAR 1600 Value -- 5.00 19"00 Value -- 7.00 offering permanent employment, including liberal bene- .00 Value -- Now 2.00 2]'00 Value 10.00 fits for employee and family. 8.00 Value -- NOW 4.00 " -- FOR INFORMATION AND AN APPLICATION $10-$11 Value--N0W 5.00 l*Gro p Ladies' 16.00Value- NOW 7.00 FOUHDATIONS-SLEEpwr' m PLEASE AI PLY IN PERSON TO THE: 20.00 Value --- N0W,10.00 Values To 16.00 ersonnd Direc f Just Say Charge It PLENTY oF AT LEGGETr W! At The Main Office In It's Like CU FREE PA Halltown, W. Va. Money In Your Pocket CHA--' LES TOWN STORE