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Mrs. Julia Viands and Mrs. Richard Shultz, Md came up early morning to take her fa- Marvin Smallwood, out ther's Day, first to see a ;ame in Washington, D. C out to dinner. Mary" e~a indisposed since Tues- ad Unable to report to work ,~ ton Baker Hospital be- ~o;f a pulled muscle in his He hopes to be able to re- Work by Tuesday. PReher Smallwood, Jr of popped up in the pa- week. Junior, a classy record the Washington Senators' who is a patient in King's Daugh- p Burlington Class A Farm Club this year ,is being sent to Buf- falo Class AAA ~arm Club. Our congratulationslgo out to Junior as his fathe.r,-Wallace, St was one of our home town boys, but living in Martinsburgnow for some years. Mrs. Melvin Fritts was on the his father, Mr. Leonard Fritts, Parents of Son sick list a couple of days last and some more of the family, Born to Mr. and Mrs. David week. Her granddaughter, Mel- took their father out for dinner. Henry in the Leesburg Hospital ody, has been a patient in the + an eight-pound and a half son on U.S. Army Hospital in Japan with a kidney ailment, eUIPkliklh~IU Friday night. Their two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Chapman 3flr-.riAfltPUAfl Pete and Robby, are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Friday night with his par- --"" Garland Henry. Mrs. Mary Henry ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chap- IIIMPTINM was sick for thee days and unable man, in Purcelville, Va. dlt, iilN II lIJill Mrs. Albert Viands and daugh- to report to work at the garment ter, Mrs. ,ss Leman i,Yers Nancy Powell, fictory in Ransom called on +.L Mrs. Julia Viands accompanied friends in Martinsburg on Men- her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. day. i George J. Snyder Rites Lester Viands ,of Ranson, on Father's Day Picnic I Funeral services were held on Tuesday evening to see the let- There was a Father's Day pic- June 9 from the Bashaw Funeral ter's mother, Mrs. Add Jackson, nic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chaper, St. Petersburg, Fla for N[essrs: Glenn and Todd Small- ters' Hospital after suffering a~wood, of Cinoizmati, .Ohio, were stroke about three weeks ago. callers Wednesday on their un- Mrs. Jackson is getting along as cles, Mr. Eugene and Frank Lan- well as can be expected. She sits caster, and on Sunday their aunt, up each day for awhile in the Mrs. Edith Groves, of Charles wheel chair. Town, was d caller. On Sick List Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts, PERSON WITH CLOTHING IN FAIRWAY LEFT OVER 30 DAYS WILL BE DIS- OF. IS BEING TAKEN JULY 1. COME IN AND CLAIM YOUR CLOTHES. HOME IMPROVEMENT SERVICE DIAL 725.2617 Fairfax Blvd,s--- LOADER-DUMP TRUCK-BACKHOE Contract Work of All Kinds Septic Systems e-Ponds Lakes Roods . Driveways Clearings Lagoons Foundation Digging and Backfilling Rich Tap S0il, Clean Fill Dirl Available neral Ccmh'actor For Custom and Convent/ono| Homes 51o Job Too Big---No Job Too Small John Rissler and also for Mrs. Mr. George J. Snyder who died Rissler's father, A. D. Jones. All suddenly at his home there He the family were present. Mr. and was born near here in 1884 and Mrs. Clyde Hill and daughters, of attended Shepherd College, then Ridgeley, spent the weekend with going to Baltimore, Md where her parents, he was graduated from Stratton Mr. and Mrs. Kearfoot Dailey, Business College and later be- of New Brunswick, N. J -are came a salesman and realtor. He spending a couple of weeks at retired in 1960 and moved to their hideaway cottage on the Florida. farm of his cousin, Mr. John Ris- Mr. Snyder is survived by his sler. Miss Caroline Rissler, who wife, Della Grace Vair Fassan has been teaching school in Me- Snlder; a brother, Ferd H. Sny- nassas, Va is also home for the der, of the Junction, and a num- OUR RACKS ARE LOADED AND summer but she tells me she bet o nieces and nephews. Much hopes to do some traveling off sympathy is extended the family. and on for the summer. Club Meeting Mr. Lewis Rissler had all three The Jefferson Home Demon- of his daughters home for Fa- stration Club met at the home of ther's Day. Miss Pat Rissler, Miss Anna McGarry June 11. The who works for the Government meeting opened with devotions in Washington, D. C brought by Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Her some friends home with her; Mr. subject was "Our Guide" and Lee Morse and three sons of she read the 46th Pslam, and WILLIAM R. HESS Washington, Leann, John and "My Father's World" was sung Tom; Misses Susan and Jane by the group. Rissler, of Charles Town. After the business meeting Birthday Party Miss Wiltshire led the meeting Mrs. Wager Penwell gave her on freezing fruits aand vege- husband a surprise birthday par- tables. ty on Sunday, June 15, celebrat- Miss McGarry displayed a tray SUPER ing his fifth-fourth birthday and of frozen eggs, cream, strawber- AIR Father's Day. Those present were ries and waffles. Mr. Lee Norman, of Washington, After adjournment a social CONDITIONER D.C Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mills, of hour was enjoyed by all. Alexandria, Va Mr and Mrs. Death of Brother Bill Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mrs. Oscar Seal received word Pyne, Mr. and Mrs. George Pen- Saturday of the death of her well and Doug and Connie Jean, brother, Mr. Walter Yaeger, in Big Mr. Charles Penwell, Mr. and Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bill Viands, Mr. and Mrs. He had been a patient there for and James Fritts, Misses Brenda and some weeks but his death was Cookie Penwell, Mr. Lee Pen. unexpected. beautiful well. Mrs. Penwell served a Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer large ham and chicken dinner at and family who have been living Byrd's Park. All left wishing in the house belonging to Mrs. Wager many more happy birth- Elizabeth Jackson, have moved to days. the Graves home now belonging Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder. Julia Vjands were Mrs. Kenneth Miss Beverly Bolton Ludas, of Mills, Mrs. Betty Hovermale and Cumberland, Va spent last week daughtres, Donna and Tammie, with her grandmother, Mrs. Ed Glenn and Jackie Vianuds, all of Hammond, and Miss Camilla Ranson, Harry, Jr Bobby, Don- Wiltshire. Debbie Shirley, .Mr nd Mrs,:J0mes McGilL of Othe~ callers were Philadelphia, Pa./have been vis- :Richard Shultz, of Ring her mother, Mrs. Grover Baltimore, Mrs. Helen Shirley, of Leith, and sister, Mrs. Phyllis Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Webb. JACK R. DODSON Viands, of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mahoney has re- AND SONS, INC. Mrs. Albert Viands of the turned home after having been Bloomery. a patient in the Winchester Me- Sunday Callers morial Hospital. oo ,odo, t m, 34o Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth, Jackson, of Wil- Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. liamsport, Md is visiting her PHONE 703-661-6256 Donald McGaha and daughters of son.in-law and daughter, Mr. and Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jimmy Boyd. Johnny Milton ,and sons, of near Little Tammy Mann underwent town, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mil- a tonsillectomy in City Hospital, ton of Winchester. Glad to hear Martinsburg, last week. their son-in-law, Mr. Ray Marcas, Mr. Rush Snyder, of Breeze- is able to be out of the Winches- wood, Pa visited his father, Mr. ter Hospital. Ray was in North Feral Snyder, last week. Carolina on a business trip and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyder was taken with something like a and sons, Lee and Herby, and heart attack and was very ill, Mr, Ferd Snyder visited Mr. and he was brought back to the Win- Mrs. Rush Snyder in Greensburg, chester Hospital. Pa on Sunday. Mr.and Mrs. Raldolph Painter, The Rev. Domingo Co moved of Kearneysville, was a caller last week to his new charge in Wednesday of her sister, Mr. and Brentwood, Md. Mrs. Joe Milton. Mr. Ferd Snyder was called to St. Petersburg, Fla last week by the death of his brother, Mr. "I Bought A George Snyder. Mr. Snyder was accompanied to Chrysler Airtemp Florida by his son, Mr. Rush Say- der, of Greensburg, Pa and they .J r,C oner" flew by plane from Pittsburgh, Penna. - . --~ - ---.~ %: .-, ~ - Air Conditioning ENJOY YEAR-ROUND intro led C0mt:.0rt IN YOUR HOME. .FOR FREE oN You HOME + "And, I'm Ready For Those Hot Humid Summer Days" CALL: i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "We've got the Styleline phone. Now all we need is a Jackson Pollock, , B " a ar lona chmr, and " : ~:'.:~: If you're really planning to go all out in decorating your new home, we have a suggestion. Start with our Styleline phone. It has a dial in the handset and is compact enough to fit comfortably in nooks or crannies. It's the most beautiful phone we make. After all, if your furniture is going to make an impression, why shouldn't your phone do the same. @ old Harding and Mrs. Annie eden on her birthday in Baker Loudan. ton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harding Mr. William Dillow and Mr. and children and Mrs. Flora Eugene Dillow of near Martins- Lynch were Sunday dinner were Sunday visitors of guests of Mr.and Mrs. Harold Mr. and" H/trding ~md. Mrs. ~Annie r~utlm~.* Mr. and Mrs. Benson Grimes, William Wilt of of Glen Burnie, Md were Sat- Hill were "recent visit- urday guests of Mrs. Margaret ors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Tur Daugherty. Mrs. Edith May Dove and Mrs. [ner and family. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and dau. Eunice Runion, of Falls Church, ghter, Misty and son Jimmy of Va were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Village were Sunday Charles Knott and son. visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and son motored to Vanclesville on Sunday and attended a birth- .day party in honor of their granddaughter, Bonnie She Sei- bert. The Rev. Domingo Co, who was assistant pastor at the United Methodist Church and graduated from Western Maryland Semi- nary last week, will be pastor of a church at the following ad- dress: Rev. Domingo Co Brent- wood, Md RFD, Box 72. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 B---7 well and family at Leetown. DAR Glizenship Awards. Presented To Harpers+ Ferry Students Miss Susan Rutherford and ents, Miss Paula Pope and Algin Garrett, members of he Junior Class. Leonard of Harpers Ferry, a member of the Bee Line Cha, pter the D. A. ,It. In congratulating the winners, Mrs. Leonard stated that the awards were being made in memory of those patriots who ~-~1~ --:- ::" - -: - " - Mrs. Pauline Ott ~--'- ~ ~- ~ --': - (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and daughter, Dawn and son, Mark, Jr. of Charles Town were Satur- day visitors of tl e f0rmer's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mrs. Nellie eden and grand- children, Tammy, Sherry, Kathy, Miss Margaret Houser Lisa, Marsha and Junior eden and Mr. Billy Allen and Mr. Gerry Ott attended a birthday Mr. and Mrs. Benson Grimes dinner and party honoring Gale and family, of Glen Burnie, Ann Oden on her Sixth birthday Md were Saturday guests of Mrs. Wallace Gifft. Mr. Gary Capriotti and Mrs. William Snyder motored to Johnstown, Pa on Saturday and spent the weekend with her brother-in-lawand sister, Mr. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden at Baker- ton on Sunday. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell'and family were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Pen- well and sons, Ricky and Jimmy of Leesburg were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Glover. Mr. Harry E. Ott of the Bloom cry was a Wednesday caller on his sister, Mrs. Nellie eden. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wager Pen Robert Winters, members of the Graduating Class of 1969, were recipients of the D. A R. Citizen. ship Awards presented during the 53rd Commencement exercise at Harpers Ferry High School on June 9~h. At the Annual Assembly on May 29th, the D. A. R. pres.ented American History Awards to the top two American History stud- served in Ghe war which brought freedom anal independence to tLhe thirteen colonies, and who later became the firSt eRizens of the United States. Recipients of the awards were urged to continue their interest in American History and exem. plLfy always the highest ~tandards af patriotism, loyalty and love of history. and Mrs: Donald Just and son. daughter Shelley Sue of near Mr. and Mrs. Jake Holler and Charles Town, Mrs. Adeline eden children left yesterday morning and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell for Manistee, Mich to spend and daughter Kim ie and sons, some time with Mr. Holler. He Mike, Richie and Karlin. F has a 'position in construction. Mr. and IKrs. Donald Dillow of Millville were Sunday visitors of Karla Kay Trundle who has thb formers parents. Mr. 'and been visiting her grandparents, M s. George Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, joined +her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands were First come, first served. The Dqdge Boys have only Mr: and Mrs. Donald Trundle, in Sunday visitors of the former s Coronet at this amazing price ind we're offering fantastic; .their new home in Centerville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert deals to sellit. The Dodge Boywho,sellsthis 320 875.00 Va Viands at the Bloomery. Coronet will be all smiles. While we rewaiting to o!dse Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill, of - Mrs. Elda Barr of the Bloom- Scrabble, and Mrs. C. J. Hill and ely was recent visitors of her the deal on that one, we re selling other valuable Coronets at prices that compete with cars thatare advertised as F. A. Hill motored to Stanley, cheap. Before you buy a cheap!e, cheek:the value the ther, Mrs. Lettie Oft and fam- Va on Tuesday and visited Mr. " an,d Mrs. Rufus enkins and .Mr. Sam Dillqw Eugen# same money, will get you at the Dodge Boys. daughtex. illow of near M rtinsburg were IFYOU DON T WANT THE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keith, of Sunday callers of Mr. and +Mrs. CHECK IE Marti sbttrg, were guests Tues-lLester Jenkins and family. MOTOR6 GOR AUTHORIZED- DODGE DEALERS 1 EAST WASHINGTON STREET day .of and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Nick of near Harding an+d Mrs. Annie Loud Chestnut Hill Saturday call Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler, of ors of the latter s .p ents, Mr. Maxtinaburg, were guests on Sat. land Mrs. Bennyarid dau- urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ghter. Harold [arding and Mrs. Annie Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and Loudan. daughters, Dianne and Susie and Mr. and Mrs. .Loudan, l sons, Joey and Ricky and Mr, Martinsburg, were undaY after-l,and Mrs. David Dillow attended noon =uest= r.-and tieLr-l dimmr lumoratg Gale , Inc. 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