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i: OUR BUSINESS IS MONEY! We'll Loan You Ours Loan Us Yours Either way you'll find the trans- action will be profitable ) V Miss Margaret Houser The W.S.CS met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Geary on June 8 with a good attendance. Mrs Betty Martin reported on the study book, "The Word WithI Power." The business meeting l followed. After the meeting Mrs. Geary served refreshments assist. ed by her daughter Norma. Lowell Hetzel, Bakerton, was named president of the Jefferson County Board of Education at a special organizational meeting last night. Hetzel who has served on the board since October, 1944, replaces Lewis J. McDonald who resigned last week. He will hold the office of president until the regular yearly organization of the board in January. Mr. Donald Just, of Johnstown, Pa., was a Thursday guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. Their son, Alvin, made the trip home with them. Miss Margaret Houser spent Friday in Martinsburg and visited Mrs. Ira J. McNamara. Miss Darlene Carroll, of Charles Town, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jamison and daughters. Mrs. Nellie Moler, of Cheverly, Md., visited Mrs. Anna Mary Het- zel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills on Thursday evening of last week. Robert Hill, of Winchester, Va., was a Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. F. A. Hill: the latter returned home with him for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, of Harpers Ferry, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and children ,of Knoxville and Mrs. James Scha- mel, of Brunswick, Md., were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Harding and Mrs. Annie Lou- dan. Cpl. Lowe!l Eusey Now Serving In Viet Nam, Promoted To Sergeant SGT. LOWELL EUSEY Word was received here lasi week by Mrs. Lowell Eusey, RFD Charles Town, that her husband, who has been serving with the First Amphib Tractor Battalion, U. S. Marines in D'Nang, Viet Nam, since Dec. 15, 1965, has been promoted from Corporal to Ser- geant. Sgt. Eusey, a native of Gallon, Ohio, was stationed at Camp Le- Jeune, N. C., prior to being sent to Viet Num. He has been in the Marls for the Past 5 years. He was married to the former Miss Betty Ceravalo, of RFD Char les Town in November 1965. Mrs. Grace Yoke White,/whoI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE has been visiting her daughtersI THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1966 u --7 in Balimore, Md., for the past/ three months, returned to her/ home near Kearneysville on Sat- urday, June 18. She attended an informal reception in, her honor at the home of her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Attorney and Mrs. W. H. White, Jr., on Saturday eve- ning. Mrs. White plans to spend the summer months at her home, "White Rocks." liard and son, Mrs. Margaret Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Earl eLonard and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warfield, Martinsburg. Steve Marshall is attending Sen- ior High Fellowship Conference at Romney this week. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Hrs Robert Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boyce and Roselyn and Sheryl Buffaloboy of Gaithersburg, Md. Mrs. Leonard Stuckey has re- ceived word from her son, James C. McCarty, who is stationed at Clark A.F.B, Manila., that his wife and daughter have joined him there. James, recently pro- motoed to staff sergeant, has been stationed in the Philippines for the past year, two months of which have been stationed in Sai- i gon. They expect to remain in the Philippines until May of 1967. Mrs. McCarty is the former Jackie Browning, of Oakland, Md. Mrs. Bill Young and son, Billy, of Chantilly, Va., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicely, of Middleway, visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ambrose and family, Shepherdstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kearns on Sunday, Mrs. W. B. Hammond, Mrs, Her- bert Everhart and Mrs. Paul Mill- er, Sr., attended the meeting of the Potomac Garden Club at Po- podicon, home of Mrs Oliver Ik- Mr. find Mrs. Harlan Van Camp enberry, last Wednesday. and children motored to Grants- Miss Lillian Myers Mrs. Allen Macintosh, Arling- ton, Va., was a guest of Mr. and A COMMUNITY CORN ERSTONE SINCE 1871 ville over the weekend and visit- ".i .... Mrs. Robert Whitmore the past ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mrs. Ed Thoma, Mrs. George weekend. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION VanCamp. Ronnie Van Camp re- Pine and Mrs. Maurice Wisecar- Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Brodo- turned with them for a visit, ver, of Berryville, Va., visited vicz, Camp Hill, Pa., were recent Miss Dorothy Knott and some Mrs Cabel Tapscott last Thurs- weekend guests of Mrs. W. B. We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts friends from Washington, D. C., visited her brother and sister-in- day. Hammond. law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott Stephen Weller, son of Mrs. Robert Rendell Anderson, in- and son on Sunday. Hartzell Weller, has completed fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Lee Emery, of Martins- his basic training at Fort Knox, Anderson, was baptized at Grace burg, was a Thursday guest of Mr. Ky., and isnow gong toAdmin- ChurchonJune 12,with^th%Rev- Mr Wallace Gifft and fam- istrauve scnool at tort JaCKson, erenu eurge o. ovz,z wu, 7: ..... :S C He is in the Army Reserves herdstown, officiating. Mr. and l --7% FULL liy . ' .......... in- [and "is visiting at his home here. Mrs. Gilbert Willingham were mrs ouy LEWIS, OI wash g ton, D. C., visited her sister in" ]- . Mrs,,. Charles Walker. ,, and infant, i ice,GdparentS'mr anct oimw!ngvLrs Anuersonthe serV-en. law Mrs Laura Welsh Thurs I son, Mmhael Lewis, born m the . ._ ._ ...... x-tL , - - " t - .....' u --ital l tertainea muse present at their day ._ .arzc..ow. u ,,czaz zxu v .......... Vacation Bible School will be t last week have returned home. [ home:. Mr. ann rs_ retry An er- - ~ r . son, r anson, anct Mr. Leonara v. held at the Methodist Church be- 1 Mrs. Clive Myers and daughter, [ , , ....... ginning Monday, June 27 from Miss Suzanne Myers, left Sunday] .......... 1:0 until 4 p.m. Will close on Fri-] night for Fullerton, Calif., to i --M 's.' Iol n-St'an'lov a recent na- O do day. . ..... /spend six v:ekl twithhe[n lO ltient "at Charles Town General mr. ann Mrs w.d. riouser lawn anti a g t r, a t. hdme are spending their vacation in John P6fter and childrenand[ .......... For Grand J[lff ON Atlantic City. daughter, M,ss Mary E1 en Hen- -'" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley, ofdricks Shenandoah Junction, visited Mr. "and Mrs. David Fletcher, of I ..... , Armed Robbery Charge Miss Mattie and Robert Nichols Aberdeen, Md., spent the week-I [ on Sunday. end with her grandmother, Mrs. J Christopher Steele, 26, of War- Oscar Seal. " settle the Estate of Ethel N. Bishop, we, the undersigned, sell at public sale the following personal property, located ~the parking lot of the Bank of Charles Town, Charles Town, Va. on: SATURDAY - JUNE 25, 1966 1:00 P. M. nmrble top stands; wicker sewing stand; 2 platform rockers; chair; 1 occasional chair; 3 foot stools; library table pad; 1 china cupboard;, what-not shelves; floor lamp; Seth mantel clock; 1 flat table desk and chair; Gate leg metal wardrobe; single bed with box springs; vanity bureau; 10 x 20 carpet with 4 matching scatter rugs; bed; Hoover vacuum cleaner; Blssel carpet sweeper; utility table; set TV trays; electric coffee service; straight Frigidaire refrigerator; small universal electric stove; fry pan; toaster; iron; mixer; small metal table; a lot COoking utensils; cut glass juice set; cruits; water pitcher; China; dishes, plates, vases, and other articles too numerous Estate Ethel N. Bishop tMS: CASH. Bank of Charles Town, Adm. June 16.2t- the farm where I reside known as "Neighbor's Retreat," ; Rt 340, ear Hawaiian Nits Club and about 2' miles North run., wick in Frederick County, ]ffaryland on: 12.30 P. M., D.S.T. 40---HEAD FRESH And SPRI NGiNG HOLSTEIN HEIFERS--40 r heifers will either be fresh or very close springers, a e large and well grown, some weighing 1200 to 1300 lbs., show excellent udder promise. Several will be fresh by day. heifers were purchased in 1965 from complete herd dis- and all are artificially sired either by Maryland.West or Virginia Bull Stud sires. Some from dams with records up to 714F and test over 4.0%. A number from Whose DHIA average was well over 14,000M and 500F. heifers are vaccinated, T. B. and Bangs tested within and ready for immediate interstate shipment. need summer and fall production, or herd replacements, inspect these heifers and attend this sale. CASH on day of sale Not responsible for accidents SAMUEL L. REMSBURG, Owner KNOXVILLE, MD. The closing meeting of the Harpers Ferry District Woman's Club was held at Hilltop House in May, and quite a few husbands took advantage of the opportunity to enjoy a sumptous meal with their wives. An enjoyable program was pre- pared for this meeting by the retiring Program Chairman, Mrs. Gilbert Perry. The retiring President, Mrs. Marshall Orndorff, greeted and introduced the husbands, the guests from the Martinsburg Wo- man's Club, the Shepherdstown Woman's Club and from the Char- les Town Woman's Club. Mrs. Orndorff did an outstanding job for the Club during her two years as president, made a lot of friends for the Club wherever she went and it was with genuine regret the club heard her farewell talk. ] Mrs. Sam Skinner, the re.tiring i | Eastern District President, of- ficiated at the installation of the new officers in the hub and wheel oeremony with each of the officers lighting a candle from the hub, the president's candle. Mrs. Orndorff asked the Club's two "jewels," Mrs. C. C. Johnson and Mrs. K. K. Cavalier, to come forward and receive gifts in ap- preciation of their many years of untiring service in behalf of the Harpers Ferry District Wo- man's Club and community. Mrs. Perry had arranged a show ing of the film: "West Virginia, The Land of Relaxation." Mr. C. W. Shipley showed the film. Mrs. Owen Conklyn accompan- ied Mrs, Kathy Engelbert on the piano. Mrs. Englebert sang two songs "Come To The Fair" and "Bless This House." Mrs. Engle- bert also served as a representat- ive of her mother, Mrs. Richard tIart, who had been a very active members of the Club while her husband served with the Mather Training Center. They left in early May for their new post in Wyoming. The meeting closed with Mrs. Orndorff presenting the Feder- ation Club President's pin and gavel to the new president, Mrs. Monroe Rathbone, and with re- ceiving from the Club the past president's pin. GO TO CHU SUNDAY P,~EAD THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATIb Ltlhch Served by Silver Bit Riding Club REMSBURG: Auctioneer June 16-1{. ren, Ohio, is being held in Jeffer- son County jail in lieu of the $5,000 bond set, to await action of the Jefferson County grand jury on a charge of armed robbery. Steele was remanded to jail June 11, after he had waived a pre- liminary hearing before Justice of the Peace Merle Alger in Cha- rles Town and failed to post the bond set by Alger. He was taken into custody Thursday night, June Mrs. Georgia Pearl Visitors the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl were Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo and two sons Kevin and Stephen, of Burke, Va., Mrs. Virginia Zombro, Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt, Mr. Paul 9, at the Charles Town Race cou- rse and lodge in the county jail Runion, Mr. Leonard Fritts, Mrs. after being charged with the arm- Edith Garrett, Mrs. Donald Jack- ed robbery of the East End Ser- son and two children, Mr. and vice station, located on the East- Mrs. Thurman Hawk Mr Carroll ern edge of Charles Town. The Cogle, Mrs. Margie 'Garrett, Mr. armed robbery allegedly occurred James Young, Mrs. James Jen- the night of June 1. kins, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and family. The man was appenended thro- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster ugh the joint efforts of four pol- and Diana, Miss Chryle Grapes, ice agencies of the county. David Wilt, Miss Linda Piper A detainer was also filed again- were visitors Sunday evening of st Steele by Berkeley County law Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and authorities for armed robbery of family. They enjoyed a barbecue Basil's Service station, located on on the lawn. State Route 9, east of Martinsburg Badly Bruised Foot Thursday morning, June 9. Attend Church Sunday before they'll think about "accident insurance." Like this fact, for instance: more than 500,000 fami- lies each year have medi- cal bills in excess of their annual incomes. We can help you prepare for un- usual medical bills with an ~Etn~ Life & Casualty Major Medical Plan, Call US SOO~. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Insurance, and Real Estate Mr. Charles Jackson who suf- : fered one badly bruised foot and the other some broken bones is improving as well as can be ex- pected. So, good luck to you, Mr. Jackson. The time will not seem too long. He is grateful for the plenty of company calling on him. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Wilt and family were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and Mrs. Georgia Piper. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman, of Baltimore, Md., spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. John Dan- ner and Mrs. Rosie Wilt. Mrs Wanda Jacksbn, Mrs. Jein- ne Wilt and Miss Linda Talton and Master Mike Wilt were visi- tors Wednesday evening of Mrs. Rosetta Talton and mother, Mrs. Georgia Piper. Sorry to hear our neighbor, Mrs. Ronnie Garza, was a surgical patient in Loudoun hospital. She is home now and doing very well, so best of luck, Joan. Master Bruce Jenkins, of Round Hill, Va.( is spending his vacation with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Sarah Garrett, who has been on the sick list during winter, is not so well at this writing. Mrs. Edith Garrett, Mrs. Lil- iian Garrett, Mrs. Deloris Piper and family were visitors Sunday with tthe formers' daughter, Mrs. Esta Slusher. Mrs. Georgia Talton and two daugtiters and Mrs. Georgia Piper were business visitor in Martins- burg Saturday. Mr. Edward R. Weister is a pa- tient in Kings Daughters Hospi- tal, Martinsburg. Miss Patricia Nickles under- went a tonsillectomy and opera- tion in the Charles Town General Hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seal and daughter, Miss Linda, spent last Thursday in Washington. Terry Sara, of Fort Knox, Ky., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Marion Sara. Mrs. Oscar Seal has returned home after having spent a week with her son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brewer, Annandale, Va., and daughter, Mrs. Roland An- drews, Havre De Grace, Md. The two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nichols was severely bitten by their dog and twenty- five stitches were required to close the wound on his face. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yager and children ,of Silver Spring, Md., visited his sister, Mrs. Oscar Seal Sunday Bible School commencement ex. ercises were held at Grace Bap- tist Church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. A picnic was given the children on the church lawn Sat- urday. About 60 attended the Bible school. ---" _: -- --- Mrs. Elsie Hamstead -_ _-. ~:_ -: ....: ., -- =_ The two weeks session of Daily Vacation Bible School was con- cluded Sunday evening when the students presented a program for their parents and friends. Fea- tured the prgram was a trib. ~ " 'S ute to fathers, Always Father Day, sung by Anna Mary Wil- lingham. Pam Coxx, Benita An- derson, Rejean Stuckey, andKa-- ren Potten. Teachers for the Bible School were: Mrs. Irvin Hall and Brenda Put- man;. Primary--Madeline Unger and Brenda Willingham; Junior-- Barbara Russell, Mary Ann Pear. sail, find Linda Potter; Junior High--Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mrs. Bill Breeden and Monte An- derson. Mrs. Robert Whitmore served as nmsic director. Mrs. Allen Russell is a surgical patient at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were and Mrs. Bill Johnston and family. Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Edwards and family and Judy Taylor, Middle- wa , Mr. and Mri, Donald IIal. By Katd Lane, Mgr. Charles Washington Theatre "THE THIRD DAY Showing Wed., Thur., Frt., Sat., June 22- 23-24-25 This starts off in an interesting fashion, then picks up speed as the climax draws near, winding up in a slam-bang finish. There are elements of mystery, intrigue, romance, and even a trace of hu- mor to be found here Filmed in eolor and starring George Pep- pard, Ruddy McDowall, Arthur O'Connell and Elizabeth Ashley. Also on the same program: "KID RODELO" Here is a "pursue-and-kill' type of entry with the "names" of Don Murray, Janet, Leigh, Broderick Crawford, and Richard Carlson to help out as well as some action, suspense, etc. "OUR MAN FLINT" Showing Sun. ,. Mort. - Tue.. Wed. June 26-29 The adventures of James Co- burn as a superspy make for a slick, fast-moving adventure yarn good for many a laungh. The end- ing is highly reminiscent of the climax in the James Bond "Dr. No feature that seems to have started the WhOle thing. President Johnson C0ngratuhtes. Mrs. Twymn On Birthday On learning of the recent cele- bration of 101st birthday of Mrs. Frances Twyman, of Harpers Fer- rY at a birthday party at her home, President Lyndon B. John- son, joined with others in sending along a card of congratulations to Mrs Twyman. The card stated my sincere con gratulations upon your birthday. May good health be yours through many nlore happy years: The card was sent by Elizabeth Carpenter, press secretary and staff director of Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, to Mrs. Ruth Cowan Nash of Charles Town, for formal presentation to Mrs. Twyman. Mrs Nash presented the card to Mrs. Twyman several weeks ago. Read The Spidt4dvocate READ The CLASSLFIED A Beautiful POR RA T NO AGE LIMIT SORRY.,. ONLY ONE OFFER PER FAMILY. GROUPS, 88c PER EXTRA PERSON. FOR ONLY Plus 50c for wrapping and handling. Mon., Tues., Wed., JUNE 27 28 29 10 a. m. 5 p. m. each day i PARENTS OR GUARDIANS MUST ACCObIPANY MINORS Generous selection of proofs t No 0 her purelu e ne ry Unconditionally guaz-ant eed Backed by a $200 bond AVOID WAITING 'COME EARLY