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r ll I Ill' ' I ............. iiiil~ill I Ill I ilii it iii il , i l .... J,. k-~,,i Yesterday, the great- est question~ ever de- bated in America was decided. A resolution was passed without one dissenting colony, that these United States are, and of right, ought to be free and independent states. JOHN ADAMS July 3, 1776 / \ Declare Your Financial Independence By Opening A Savings Account in Our Bank. LEGAL HOLIDAY INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4TH II A COMMUNITY CORN ERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts By rian.a Sm ,wo.d -- Phone 725-570 Commencement Day room where the craftwork was Sunday, June 26, was Com, displayed. . Mrs. Woodrow Adam,,,,~-. mencement Day for the Vacation superwsor, her corps of teachers and helpers, along with the chip dren are to be complimented upon their efforts. Rev. Lynn Buttorff announces there will be services in the Ka. bletown Church at 11 o'clock Sun- Bible ~chool. A wee prepared program was presented following the devotional period of Church ,School. Thirty4hree children had enrolled with nineteen mak- ing a perfect attedance during the two weeks session. Each pu- pil received an inscribed pencil while those making perfect at- tendance also received a book- mark. Following the exercise an invitation was extended to every- one to visit the Sunday School day, July 3, the regular morning hour. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frye, daughter Jackie and son Tommy, of Seattle, Wash., accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Marshall L. Frye of Charles Town, were callers That's what SatinTone Latex Floor Enamel is for.., being stepped on. Anywhere around your house.., in- doors or out .... halls, porches, stairs, basements even patios. SatinTone is the new urethane-modified, water- thinned finish that gives you extra toughness and scuff-resistance with the wonderful ease of latex. So insist on SatinTone Latex Floor Enamel. Comes in hundreds of colors . . . all at the same price! 121 W. WASHINGTON ST CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725-5113 T. M. REG. U.$. PAT, OFF.: ~SOTOX ~~llr ~lgmUlillD mamma ] visitors Sunday of her i ter, Mrs. Robert White and family. Kimbcrly Ruble of Gerrards- town, is visiting her cousin, Lau- ra Ann Wolford, for several days. At the same time Stuart Wolford visited his cousins, Timmy and Chipper Ruble. Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge and brother, Arthur, of Martins- burg, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and fam- ily. Our congratulations are ex- tended to Becky K. Ware upon her receiving a nursing scholar- ship awarded for the first time by the Charles Town General Hos- pital. This will entitle her to a year's nurse's training in the West Virginia University, Mor- gantown. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Rev. Cyril Hoover, of Hagers- town, Md., was the guest speaker at the Silver Grove Methodist Church service here on Sunday morning. Mrs. Ada Cogte entered Kings Daughters H~spital in Martins- burg on Thursday for X-rays and treatment. Mrs. Cogle has been very ill for several months. We unday morning wor hlp serVice at the Methodist Church here. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Staubs and baby of Williamsport Md. were Saturday evening guess with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and fam- ily, were also callers with Mrs. ttazel Staubs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Longer- beam and children and Mr. Mel- vin Longerbeam of Chestnut Hill were guests during the week with their sister and family Mr. and Frank Cogle. Sorry to learn Mrs. Cogle is still very ill. Mrs. Juanita Buzzard accomp- anied by Mrs. Gladys Cooper of Manning attended a Stanley party in Love~t~ille, Va. on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Baltimore, Md. motored up on Wednesday evening and were visitors with the farmer's mother Mrs. Leona Staubs and Tommy Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and children of Purcellville, Va. were Wednesday evening callers with the latter's mother Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and daughter Su an, Mrs. Elsie Cook were Saturday evening guests with their aunt Mrs. Beulah Buz- zard in Keedysville, Md. They also visited Mrs. Madeline tlardy a daughter of Mrs. Buzzard who is very ill; also called on other relatives while there. Mr. William Grove and son William Jr. of Baltimore, Md., were Sunday guests with his bro- ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cha~ ley Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family of Purcellville, Va., were Monday evening guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs. Mrs. Cline and daughter Car- loyn of Brunswick, Md. were Man day evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday guests with the formers parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rod- gers and family. Word was received here of the death of Mr. Silas Finchman of Boyce, Va. He has several brother in-law and sister-in-law living here. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAI MEI $ ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzar~l and daughter and Lucille Cogle accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo rge Cooper and children o[ Man- ning enjoyed a picnic lunch and boat riding out on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longer- beam and family of Chestnut Ilill Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Longerbeam and family of Mt. Mission; Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson of Char- les Town were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family. UP GOES THE JACKPOT WORTH $700 The last time we looked, The Baltimore News American Cross- word Puzzle Jackpot leaped to $700. If you solve the crossword puzzle, you take home the cash. But be careful . . . it's tricky. See entry blank, clues and word list in THE NEWS AMERICAN On sale at your local newsdealer. Miss Alice Bane Or Summit Point, Buys Berr#lle Beauty Sal Announcement has been that Miss Alice R. Bane of mit Point has purchased th{ ()nation Beauty Salon in B ville, Va., from Mrs. Ruth man Schuster of Winchester. Miss Bane was graduated Charles Town High School the West Virginia College LATES' SPORT; }L, 102 5 uty Culture in Martinsburg,~ worked in Martinsburg an~g~|l| at Roz's Beauty Salon in ~W ville before going into bu~~t~ for herself, Her assi~ant w~ Miss V.irginia Costello of I~D|B|~! ville, a graduate of Clarke C~IW~[~| tiigh School in Berryville al~"~ the West Virginia Colleg~ Beauty Culture. ford was : "---~ ~ at noon : Read The Spirit-Advoc that Dr Town active CHARLES TOWN, WE'ST VIRGINIA Ada.Jin in pra3;ing for better health, Patient in Hospital ALWAYS FIRST QUALJrrY The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove, Bonnie Charlene, is still a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital in Ranson with no improvement. Master Norman White of Wiley Ford, is spendiing some time with 'his brother and family, Mr. and ( / \ Mrs. Don White. Christine Denise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard; Rhonda Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove were bap- tized on Sunday morning by the Rev. Mr. Hoover of Hagerstown, Md., at the Morning Worship. The Rev. Mr. Hoover of Ha- gerstown, Md., went to the Charles Town General Hospital on Sunday afternoon to baptize the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove who is a patient there and very ill. Birthday Party Debbie Rodgers celebrated her sixth birthday "on Sunday with a party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Bruns- wick, Md.. at the Jefferson Memo- rial Park in Charles Town. Those helping her celebrate were Bren- da. Sharon. Susan and Steve Chap- man, Sandra Staubs, Norma. Mikey and Tracey Rodgers; Charles and Lore Painter, Harold Tuesday afternoon of Mrs. Clar, and Pam Staubs, Glenn and Ricky Everhart, Junior Longerbeam, ence Sn]allwood. Mrs. Joshua Clipp has re- Paul David Staubs, Jeffrey Row- turned to her home after a visit land and Scuttle Rodgers. Re- of two weeks with her son andfreshments were served of cake, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ba- candies, potato chips and ice tea. sil R. Clipp, Alexandria, Va.Debbie received some nict gifts. Henry Clipp reports a good The Rev. Cecil Hoover of Ha- yield of clover-timothy hay---a gerstown, Md., was a visitor on yield of 1870 bales of prime hay Thursday of Mrs. Ethel Buzzard from 16 acres, and Mrs. Floyd Grove and fam- Mr. Stephen Cloud, Sr., daugh- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of ter Caroline and son James, vis- ited relatives in Spring City, Pa., near Washington, were weekend Sunday, remaining overnight, guests of their mother, Mrs. Elsie Mrs. C. D. Bayer will entertain Vook and family. the local W.S.C.S. at her home, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole Shannon Park, Wednesday night, and family moved from Purcell beginning at 8 o'clock, July 13'. ville. Va.. to a house here belong- SSgt./6 Frank Brown. Mrs. ing to the latter's mother, Mrs. Brown and two children, Eddie Leona Staubs. and Glandia, of West River, Md., Mrs. Louise Howell of Charles were overnight visitors Thursday Town, was a visitor with her daughter and family, Mr. and of his mother, Mrs. Georgia Mrs. Sherman Grove. Brown. Mervin Roderick suffered a great loss Sunday evening when fire destroyed a gram shed and a number of pieces of large farm equipment on his farm in the Zoar neighborhood. Bill Cone, of Dallas, Texas, is Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children, of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers, of Bol- ivar, were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodg- ers and family. Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daugh- ter Sandra, Mrs. David Staubs and son Paul David, and Mrs. Ha- zel Danner were visitors on Wed. nesday with Mrs. Earl Rodgers P- : PENN'P.RE'ST e ru,u~l~ ~o Penn-Prest plaids head the -: . 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