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June 23, 1966

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of .Teffer on,Adroca o Thursday, June 23, 1966 Joel D. Griffing Of Va., Died in Last Thursday Col. Joel D. Griffling, 65 re- ed Chief of the Manpower Div- of National Headquarters of Service, of Berryville, last Thursday in the Winches Memorial Hospital. He had in ill health for sometime. ~ol Griffing was born Oct. 23, in Lining, Miss. He served years in military service, 26 of which were consecutive duty. He also served 25 with the National Selective 1948, Col. Griffing was made of the Manpower Division Iational Headquarters of Se- Service. In December 1950, appointed Chief Planning Inter-Agency Relations in ch capacity he served until his rement April 15, 1966. tie was a member of Grace Church, Berryville. is survived by his widow, former Miss Willie Morris one son, Joel D. Griff- Jr., of Berryville; and one Mrs. J. W. Hamrick of City, Calif. A funeral service was conduct- Sunday at 3 p. m. in Grace ~al Church, Berryville, by Rev. David Cammack. was in Green Hill Ceme- Berryville, with military Mrs. Mary B. Furr The Leetown Home Demonstra- Club held its June meeting the home of Mrs. James Ham- in Charles Town Wednes- afternoon. Mrs. Hedy Ever- was co-hostess. There were members present. De- OUs refreshments were served the meeting. Charles Owens, president, led the meeting to order by us- the Flag salute. lesson, "You, the Consu- was very well explained by leader, Mrs. Ily Bratina. William Harris served as The roll was called minutes of the last meeting read, and the treasurer's re- was given. tour to Franklin, W. Va., announced for Wednesday, 20. reports were heard. next meeting, which is our picnic, will be on July 13 ar picnic area in Leetown at 11 o'clock. Busy Workers 4-H Club~ a program. and Mrs. Hollis Santmier commencement exer- at the Masque Auditorium Professional Insti- Richmond, Va., over the ~kend June 12, when their son, David Santmier re- his Bachelor of Science of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis last week were Mrs. Smith, of Webster Springs, Mrs. Santmier and son Mrs. Lillian Rice, of Martins- Hollis Santmier graduated Ramer School in Martins- June 5, after completing as nurse's aide. Part training was at Kings Hospital. and Mrs. Frank Kearney, of N. J., spent the weekend Kearney's mother, Mrs. Henshaw. Returning home Mrs. Henshaw aceom- them and will spend about Weeks. and Mrs. Colin Dunbar and of Front Royal, Va., visited former's parents, Mr. and Ed. Dunbar, last week. and Mrs. C. S. Reekley last week to Morgan Court- Lynn Buttorff and fam- move this week to Jeffer- There will be preach- morning at the Meth- Church at 9:45; Sunday at 10:45. and Mrs. John Poland, of were called Satur- of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and children. Primary and Intermediate had a Father's Day pro- Sunday morning at the Church. and Mrs. Clark Furr, Pete Furr, of Charles Town, Bruce Furr, of Lee- Clyde Grubbs of Shep- were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr Md. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and of Armel, Va., visited Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday. Slusher, Jr., was on on last week from the Ru- Delivery and also attend- COnvention. and Mrs. Charles Blue, of Lsburg, were supper guests evening of Mr. and Mrs. Blue and children. and Mrs. Paul Grove and of Martinsburg, visited Mrs. Alton Grove on Sun- Q I # I i ' O O I I I Just untwist the stay-fresh bag and you'll find the finest bread baked. Golden crusted, snowy white slices. Enriched with extra vitamins and minerals. Slices that slide out like a breeze because there's no band inside to get in your way. It's America's favorite bread. Look for Miss Sunbeam on your grocer's shelf. She brings you new convenience and new freshness. Take her home with you. Okay? Q "Copyrillbt, ~Qlit,/Iktkeri ~ AmoHcg CetH~tceliv$, htl~ 19414~ . TO (:HUI SUNDAY