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SPIRIT OF ADVOCATE 2--A THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961 ERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND IT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 I Episcopal Churchwomen Meet The Episcopal Women of the Church of the Holy Sp!ritmet on Thursday evening at the home of Miss Kate Biller with ten of the members in attendance. The meet ing was opened with DevotiOns led by Miss Biller which were follow- ed by a brief business session. At it's conclusion Mrs. Philip Cream% er read two articles from the Jamestown (Va.) Churchman en- titled "So You Need a Rector and "The Pulpit Must Be a :Lonely Place" and Mrs. Stuart read from Guidepoast "Each Face a Word". At the conclusion of the program the. group enjoyed a pleasant social hour during which delicious refreshments were served: by the hostess. The Reverend and Mrs. RoY Vernon of ShewsbuiT, Mass. ar. rived here on Sunday evening to s2~end two weeks visitfng~ With the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder ~nd their family, and other realatives in the community. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Furr enter- rained their fam~Iy and a few friends at a weiner roast held at their home on the Fourth of JulY. Those present to enjoy the after. noon their sons-in.law and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dun~, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr, their son, Mr. Randolph Furr, Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn and sons Misses Barb are and Louise Shull and Louis Shull all of Summit Point and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Magaha and son Jimmy of Charles Town. YN/Ic and Mrs. James Glass. ford and the latter's daughter, little Miss Deborah Turner, have been visiting for the past two weeks at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glass. ford. The Glassford family is mov- ing to Norfolk, Va., where the former is stationed, and: will be accompained there by his child- ren, Jimmy, Genia and Tony Glass ford who have made their home with their grandparents for almost five years. Mrs. Elvira Williams of Berry- ville, Va. spent Sunday visiting with Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge at Boyd of Rippon, motored to Wash- ington, D. C. on Monday of last week to spend the Fourth visiting ~ith her sister, Mrs. Hilda Brown. During their parents absence their daughter Gaff visited with :her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. iThruston Collins at their home near Winchester, Va. and their son Ronnie visited with his grand mother, Mrs. Brent DeHaven. The Rt. Reverend Wilburn C. Campbell, Episcopal Bishop of West Virginia, visited on Sunday morning at the Church of the Holy Spirit and at that time held Confirmation services for George and Arthur Breeden, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breeden. Bishop Campbell spent the day in the community, holding services in Grace Church, Middleway, at 11 o'clock and later attending a ves- try meeting of the two. churches which wa~ held at the Rectory. Little Miss Trina Propps of Charles Town spent several days last week visiting at Lhe home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby find Linda, Were among the guests attending a picnic supper giCen on Tuesday evening of last week by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman at their home near Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder and their family are visiting with them at "East Shenstone" the l'atter's mother, Mrs. N. E. Stanley her sister, Miss June Stanley and her neices and nephews, Misses Vicki and Susan and Master Gall Clemmons, all of Hardy Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and their small son Scotty spent Sun- day visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Thomas Shull and her family. Miss Julia Downer of Garden City, N. Y. arrived last week to visit with the Misses Mary and Imogen Thomson and Mrs. W. B. Grove at "Hawthorn". Aiso visit- ing there over the weekend was Mrs. Nancy Rosenberger of Win- chester, Va. Messers W. B. Furr, Herbert, Furr, Ralph Dunn, Randolph Furr and Herbert Gibbs of Charles Town spent Sunday afternoon in "Flagstop." Alexandria, Va, the latter having Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and their family and Stephen Shull at- gone there to see that his boat tended a picnic dinner held on the i:~Sa]~ i[ead~less fern vacation Fourth of July at the home o[i~ ~ " .~ .... ~ Mrs. Laycock's parents~ Mr, and |~ ~ Mrs. Orlan Johnson near BerrY-]~e~|C~, ~le~in~ r0[ APPLIANCES Hitting Over .300; ville, Va.sister and IA mbly Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven SSe of God Church in company with the latter s ~ mother, brother-in-law,] The Rev. William P. Reed Mrs.Mrs" HerbertGeorge Ramsburg,James of Mr.charlesandjpaster of Calvary Assembly of Town and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley God located on Fairfax Boule- , vard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson Five Legion Batsmen announced the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and sub- sequent week nights. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., morning worship services at 11:00 a. m, Evening Evangelistic services at 7:30 p. m., Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. and Thursday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. P Wh__0....a ~ r " Holds Annual Picnic At Beth. Herr Orchard The Pawhatan garden club held their annual picnic at the home of Mrs. Sterling Tenney, Bett-- Morr orchard on Monday, July 10, at 6:30 p. m. Members and their husbands attended. Others present were Mrs. John Hoffmaster and her son David, daughter and grandson the hostess. Programs were issued to the members for the coming year and an enjoyable evening was bed by all. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. O. S. Bloom on August 7. The averages as they stand are: ,Na~e A~ R, I-LAvg. qBond - - 12 4 5 .417 SCoWler - - 15 2 8 .400 ~B. Ma, di.~n 14 4 5 .357 Leonard - 34~ 9 12 .352 Uer -- 33 5 zo .303 I aode 2o 5 5 .250 ,Benton : 21~ 4:~5 .238 Zombro - ~, 8 g ,230 ClatJte~rtbuck - 13 2 3 .230 ~?~laznax - - 30 ~ 4 6 .2O0 PH I LCO $UPERMARKETER MODEL 14RM16 as low as Model W 202 Washer - - Model W 604 Dryer - - Mrs. C. E. Harm, North Samuel St. had Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rosen- berger,of Rockville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Moler, Shenandoah Junction and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barfbn, Second Ave., Charles Town for her dinner guests on Sunday ....... AND .85 A WEEK :i i! $189.95 i!ili:i:i| iii!ii! i!iiiiii~i~l TERMS i ii!ii You've never seen such a deluxe :6no quality FURNITURE P =.. ..... I +_ Here's complete freedom from messy defrosting . . i Ids modern food protection at ffs best. In addition, here is the extra food storage space a growing family needs . . . full 13 cu. ft. with room for 180 lbs. of frozen food. You store foods in this Philco not just where they happen to fit or look good . . but where they scien- tifically keep best ! There's a right place, right temper- ature, right hdmidity for every~ you store. Don t~ settle ~z l~ss! +~ ~ EVERY FEATURE TO KEEP FOODS FRESHER Full-width 2.campartment Eggs keep best at just.right storage dra~er keeps meats temperature in Philco and vegetables in primeegg racks condition o'Milk Stayt pedectly Chilled Sole Priced Butter holds its fresh-made. flaVOr in the enclosed and countnj fresh on special ONLY Butter Keeper milk shelf o Cheese Stay~ store flesh Approved for recessed for weeks in scientifically installation by Un~meiter~' designed Cheese Keeper Laboratories New "clean back" cabinet installs flush against wall ,6-Your Warrant/ NliLCb lZ CU. FT. 2-DOOR AUTOMATIC Big double door 12 footer gives twice s much frozen food storage space as ordi- nary 12 foot models. LL A P P L I A N C E S A N D 309 WEST .WASHINGTON STREET , C. F URN I'rUR E CI4A S TOWN, W. VA.