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SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lin- wood Swartz anad family at their home near Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Keiter, daughter, Miss Rosie Keiter and a companion, all of Hagerstown, Md., were visitors on Sunday aT- ternoon at the home of Mrs. John Marshall. Isabelle Hilleary, who had the letter's aunt, Mrs. Bonn W Mrs. Delaney Jenkins in com. the past several days as the Crim and daughter, Mrs. Clifford pany with her small daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rowland. Colonel and Mrs. Doane Mrs. Frederick Longerbeam and and children, Julie and and the latter's nephew, Michael the latter's small son, Ricky, Philip at "Locust Grove,"I Edwards of Adelphi, Md., are spent Friday, June 17, visiting led on Friday to her home lea~ing the latter part of the with her stepmother, Mrs. Bertha ~rrenton, Va. t week to spend the month of July Frazizer, at her home in Culpep- :l and Mrs. E. E. Doane vacationing in Atlantic City, N. J. er, Va. Mrs. David Jenkins and chil- es Town were visitors on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare dren, Mary, Doris Ann and David, evening at the home of and son Rusty were recent din- Jr., of Front Royal, Va., spent Saturday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Burner. at Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town on Sunday morn- ing by the Rt. Reverend Wilburn C. Campbell, Bishop of West Vir- ' ginia, on his annual visitation to that church Mrs. Crim's grand daughter, ~Iiss Elizabeth Anne Stagncr, was one of the class of twenty-eight presented for con- firmation. Mr. and Mrs. Iterbert Furr and sons, Greg and Rick, of Charles Town, were visitors on Sunday evening at the home of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Snyder and daughlers, Wal- lis Anne and Mary Sue, at "West Shenestone" on Sunday were Mrs. Snyder's brothers-in-law and sis- ters, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hatfield and Charles Derr Named Physical Director At Frederick YMCA r Crady and children have returned] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'SADVOCATE home after having spent several!THURSDAY' JUNE 30, 1966 " B---5 weeks ith relativ in Northi South Carolina. Mrs. Roland Andrews and Tam- for the Marines on June 29, for ily, of Havre De Grace, Md., spent four years. We all wish him the the weekend with her mother, beest of luck. Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mr. Milton Baker and son of BBunker Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Mayo . ~ .~ ~ -~. Shirley of Bardane and Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward and Tam- ily of Bakerton were Sunday vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Julia Viands Ashby. Gregory Viands of Kearneys- ~~umC~UW~n~~ ville sent Wednesday, Thursday My sympathy goes out to Mrs. and Saturday afternoon with his Agnes Nickerson by the death of grandmother Viands. her sister, Mrs. Nellie Ramsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush via- who was buried on Saturday aT, iced friends in Winchester, Va., ternoon at Murriel Hill, and also on Wednesday afternoon. to Mrs. John Armstrong in the Saturday callers with Mrs. Julia death of her grandmother, Dun. Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. children, Sherry and Jay, her can, who was ninety years old. Hovermale and daughters Donna Creamer and family were recent niece and nephew, Sharon and Her funeral was held on Saturday visitors at the home of home of] Rusty Russell, all of Falls Church, in western West Virginia where Mr. D. S. Graham in Ransom I Va., and her father, Mr. John Rus. she lived. ,sell of Berryville, Va. Mrs. Clara Alestock and three New Minister Assumes Duties I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman children, of Manassas, Va., came Sheriff's Office in the Court House The Reverend and Mrs. Lynnlspent Sunday at Cacapon State over on Tuesday and took her Buttorff and four children, for- Park near Berkeley Sprigs, to at- mother, Mrs. Hall Thompson, WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC marly of Fayettville, N. C., moved tend a picnic for the employees of CHARLES J. DERR home with her for several days. _ Mr. Thompson who has been vis- laStsonage,Weekarrivinginto thehereMethodistin timePar'for families.the Acme Supermarket and their Charles Jerald (Jerry) Derr, iting his daughter in Cleveland, the former to conduct the regu- 25, son of Mrs. Charles Derr and Ohio, for several weeks, returned larly scheduled services for the Mr. and Mrs. Linden DeHaven the late Mr. Derr of Shepherds- of Clearbrook, Va., were guests at Jefferson Circuit. The Reverend ...... at town, has been appointed physical home Friday evening. Mr Buteroff was assigned to the a COOKOUt on.~amroay evening director of the Frederick (Md.) Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry Jef'ferson Circuit at the recent me nome o.t t ne tormer s ~rO~re: YMCA. . . spent the weekend with their son- General Conference, replacing the ana., sister-In-row, lwr. ana.,~ _L'" Jerry, as he was more famflmr- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. In Order To Prepare For The ......... rv .e ~)ermven aano cmmren, 1"" known The- h .... as -e'*in- John Hampton, and sons Terry tteverena unarms necKmy wno ............ Mr # u ~ - o ~ s and Chuckie in Baltimore, Md. rtonme ana ~an un monuay c has assumed his duties as pastor ...... " ......... er' scoring re ords at Shepherdstown Mrs Nelson Bush called her ano mrs ~armven anu uaugm of a charge in Morgan County I High Scnool on the basKetoau STAiI!ME T .......... t' " which he had served before corn- visited his mother, Mrs. Bzen court, is a 1966 graduate of Shep sister-in-law, Mrs. Virginia Wheel- in,, to Jefferson County I t)etiaven an(l sore t~rayson, at herd College He holds a B. S. er, who lives in in Hampton, Va., .... their home near Winchester, va degree in physical education and where the airplanes collided and Bobby Glassford spent last ' .... Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Fur~ biology For the past six years he did so much damage, said they week at uamp ~rame nearand son Randy and the latter's ' a ' f were very lucky and all right. W. W. WHITTINGTON HedgesviIie, where he was one of mother Mrs Daisy Parker" of has b eenwjt~r saf~y, dwect~T,OhZ Their place, however, was shaken ' " ~"~ .............. ~ "~"" .... ~ .... up. Mr. Wheeler and family are the Jefferson County students at- Sharnsbur~, Md s"ent Tuesday -~" ~- Sheriff of Jefferson County week fishing and picnick- His duties will include the train tending the Science Camp. This of last ~" ., v near unarms l own. stationed at an Army base there. camp, which is sponsored by West ing on the Potomac River near ing and supervision of YMCA Saturday callers of Mr. and Virginia University, is held for Sharpsburg. aquatic instructors and lifeguards Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughters (Certified Wiring) -..MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE and Tammie of Leetown. They had spent the day with his par- ents in Berkeley Springs. Sorry to hear Mrs . Nelson Bush's little nephew is back in Kings Daughters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg. He is the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Myers of Kearneysville and has spent so much time in the hospi. tel. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Armstrong and two children, of the Martins- burg Road, were Friday evening; callers on his mother, Mrs. Ag- nes Nicerson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howell and two children of Martinsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner and family. Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: eligible students of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades in the tri-county area to stimulate their intreat in science. Mrs. Harry C, Frazier and Mrs. Stuart Crim of "Monte View" at- tended the Confirmation service Plenty Of Summer Items - Some Odds And Ends -- In Today And :See:What " '+ 3 WAYS TO BUY AT LEGGETT'S NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA INSURA NCE ? oheok for new Ideas ! [] AUTO INSURANCE [--] FIRE INSURANCE [] LIFE INSURANCE [] HOMEOWNERS [] EDUCATION [] MORTGAGE [] ACCIDENT & SICKNESS [] RETIREMENT Nptionwide has .e~ ~,~ ance need at a cost you can afford. Check the plan that Anterests You and contact: NORMAN E. KISNER insurance Consultant WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i"iAViOMWIDE NATmN*m MU UAt NSU.Na CO.P*m l .%~** NA|iONWIO| MUTUAL TINT INSURANC[ COMPANY | | ....o NATiONWIO[ Lift INCUUANC( COMPANY I CHARLES TOWN STO E Always FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS You Get Precisely ........... i :~ will include Paris, Athens, Jeru- Charles Town. Kenneth leaves salem, Rome, and Liberia. Mrs. Walter Ronemous spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thompson and Mrs. Har- ris Kisling in Charles Town. Mrs. Cabal Tapscott, Miss Ag- Miss Lillian Myers nes Fenton, Mr. J. Clive Myers ~~~~:~~.'.~ and Lnllian Myers spent Saturday' Mrs. James Snyder Speaker with Mr. and Mrs. Welles Dear- ing, Hume, Va. '~e Junction ~Ruritan Club Mr. and Mrs. IIoward Manee The Junction Ruritan Club met and daughter and Dana Hen- at the Village House here June 20 dricks, are spending a week in and honored the Shepherdstown Atlantic City, N. J. High School graduates. Speaker Mr. Gilbert Frye is a patient in for the evening was Mrs. James Kings Daughters Hospital. Mar- Snyder who gave the group an in- tinsburg, ttis many friends wish spiring talk entitled "Are You him a complete recovery. Alive?" Mrs. Snyder pointed out Mrs. Lewis Sager and son and WIH~' ~ 6 that youth should be alive and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. ACADEMY AWARDS alert to face today's problems. Donald Sager and son Jeffrey In the business meeting spent the weekend with Mr. and ~-] ~~'~J~,--,~ Charles Brown reported the sale Mrs. Charles Webb, Ellicott City, ]~] ACN~R3HTI~ of more scrap paper and urged Md. ~] DAVID~FlUVl all members to help in securing Mr.'and Mrs. Lewis Sager visit-[~ Db~GR scrap paper for the club. A re- ed his aunt, Mrs. Frank Schultee port was given on the potato crop and family in Clarksburg last and also a decision was made to weekend and spent some time via- ZHilfA60 finish work on the fence project, iting at Silver Lake Park where Plans were made for a wiener they saw the smallest church in ~] INP~k~S)0tr~0ME)~t~ roast at the next meeting. A re- the 48 States. port was given on the Bloodmo- Mr. Robert Cross who is em- ~.] R~RV~]S~]~'~[~tT[CE bile visit which was very success- loyed by Mack Trucks in Hagers- I~ Of ~ M~. |~' ~ ~flll~ ful and all members helping with town slipped on grease in the ~ a~)t.)~.=,.$~s~.~).,. this program were thanked, plant Saturday night and fell [.~ u[s.n:a)....s,,.[-|p.L Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of breaking three ribs and has a col- ~.'.:l sc~m~ o~ ~z.: m~ ua~ Hagerstown, spent Sunday with lapsed lung. He is a patient in "" ~,~, ~.~.~ ~,~t~t~z. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burr and the Hagerstown Hospital. His [i] ~m'~. ~.~ iI~[~ u Miss Mae Morris. many friends wish for him a . Misses Eleanor Ann Shirley, speedy recovery. Miss Luctlle Heflebower, Rippon, Mr. Gary Sager spent the week- [~ ~a ~ ~, )~t .,~ ~ od~ Povob~ to ~Wome, r~ J~ and Miss Janet Boyd, Gerrards- end in Roanoke, Va. He went with ~ u)) ~.m.,,.,~, e~o~.,. L~I town, attended a Summit Leader- the ball team from Halltown Pa- ~ e~,e~o~) ~.a~,~,~ FA ship Training workshop June per Board of which he is a mem- ~ st,,,~,,~ e,,~,~o~.. 19-21, at Holiday Inn, Charleston, ber The team played there, t.~] .,+t, c~m..4 t] West Va. I Mrs. Robert Cross, Mrs. Agnes li~} W ~, pNwE R ~!!~wtro ~ Mr and Mrs. Alan Welch, Be-Phillips and Mr. Joe Snyder via- [::] . ~--~)~m thesda, Md., and Mrs. Paul Miller, ited their brother, Mr. Clay Sny- fl Kearneysville, spent Wednesday der, in Great Cacapon Sunday. with their sister, Mrs. Mary The Rev. and Mrs. Luther Grayson. Mr. and Mrs. Welch will leave for Hawaii on Tuesday and will spend some time in Cal- ifornia also. Mrs. Sherman Hopper is visit- ing her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice in Hy- attsville, Md. Miss Agnes Fenton, of Balti- more, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Cabel Tapscott. Graveside services for Mr. Ce- cil Porter Bell, native of Shep- herdstown, who died suddenly Tuesday at his home in Falls Church, Va., were held in Charles Town Saturday morning. His par- ents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, were residents of the Junc- tion many years ago. Mr. Francis Sloat, of Baltimore spent the weekend with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Mrs. Warren Nuckles gave a birthday party on Tuesday, June 14, for her daughter, Miss Pa- tricia Nuckles. Ice cream and cake were served. Tho~ helping her celebrate were Mrs. Lucy Seal, Mrs. Betty Yost, Mrs. Sylvia Hienrich, Mrs. Jesse Boyd, Mrs. David ttousdon, Mrs. Line Dickin- son, Miss Linda Seal, Mr. Ford Bolling, Tonja IIeinrich, Michael Miller, Leroy Yost, Ronnie Yost, Lueie Yost, and Timmie Yost. Mrs. R. R. Renalds, a former resident of the Junction, left Washington Thursday, June 23, from the National Airport for a PHONE 725-2002 RANGES - WASHERS - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS- LEVISIONS APPLIANCE CEHTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street --- Charles Town, W. Va. OFFERS FOR SALE On Monthly Installment Plan FOUR GRAVES LOT -- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month SINGLE GRAVE LOT --- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEI' ED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. 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