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t ard, ~.~~ are visiting her aunt, Miss Anna un4on at the War .Memor.ial park, P~,,n&. A&&~n~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS Shenandoah Junction; Gary W,,m^- Edward FrRts, Harpers Ferry, I-McGarry " Martinslburg, Sunday ~,UUII/3 WU ell 1411UIlU I HIT lit aa hK|IVP I Miss Eleanor Ann Shirley ac-I Mr and Mrs. Johnny CooperS .... I , SILVER . ..... .... / Route 2; Laura Irene Pierce, of v v.-- " an 1 re f El n a are ........ [compamed by MissesE!~zabeth ] d.chi d x n 0, kto:, V .,. I Education ~nstitute l for the coming two years. It was which told the story of 39 Kearneysville and Portia Mac " "" Wood of Charles Town, Route 1. tvlrs. ~tnel ~uzzaru lqume, aoyce Lewis, t~aro~yr) bwsiung ner granamomer, mrs` I nm,,,,n ,,,,, **,~, ,,o~, *,'~m*i-,,.~ I ~,n ~,~,,--~i~ll,, is d~ ,~,~.:~~ ~:,~.~t,~..:;~,~tLewis and Diana Lewis, OfDarganMar~-I Jsie" . Suthard'. . I Mrs. O. S. Bloom, president; : ~-~',~"h;~i~:'~:~o~"a:~'r:=la~"~_ ............... ....... ,- _~_ fa~mil,ies~'livi"ng" in. ~ in ro [ msDurg, spent several days m|Mzss Lmda Seal, of Washing- I Mrs H H Hunter, secretary and ~... _,. .......... ,~ .... A~ of man ~mmtv Birthda Party ,- . " " vy c,~l~w m m~v~ ~,~ ~*=~ ............. Y I Atlantm C~ty, N J., last week. [ton, spent the weekend with her[Mrs. Edgar Taylor, member of a -rowin- world I ^ ~,~.h~.~,, ^~ *he c~ ltt M~LLV~LLE " Norma Rodgers celebrated her I The Rev. and Mrs. [parents, Mr and Mrs. Roy Seal. [the Charles Town Woman's Club; ~ ~ ~. ." ]. ~-,s,,,,s ...... * OBSTETRICAL tenth birthday on Sunday with a Lucas and son Rickv of Hurt Va I ~,,~ T~,~,,,~ A,~ .......... * | ~,.~ ~R .... D~**.,. .... .~. msWucmrs tor me mstzmteI terence was a pmno re party given ner ~y ner parents, 1 s ent severa da la .... ' ........ " ........ a .......... , .... ~,*~ .............. Mr. and Mrs. Gera~d Weaver, ] Miss Dorgthy Lake ........... ' .......................... v .... t ~,,,~ ......................... ~,,~,,,~,~a ~, u ..... ~ ~,~ ~,.,., +~, ..... u ~ ..... concer~ ............ ~ p 1 ys st week w~th / Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Os-] Ha~pers Ferry D]strmt Woman s ~ ...... ~..+ ^ $+h~ YTwl..... i~-,,. ~ ..... P-ofessor ~wr ann Mrs A tl 1%0 ersat, . ,,,s v-~,u~,,~ ,, ,~-~ ,~,,.~,o,~j, ~.~,,,,..~-u~,--- --.... . .... -- agg - . ~ her parents, Mr and Mrs Ed | car Seal. Her sons who had spent/Club and Mrs Sam Belloth, of ......... ! ic West Va University, JulyRute14.1' Harpers Ferry, a boy, t ,::.~:~:~2:~:!:.~.::~,*.::~:~i:.~Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ryman and me, Je~terson ~vlemorml varx m Hammond and aunt, Miss Camilla~] the past. ~hree weeks with their]" the Charles Town" Jr. Woman's ~r. wesley, t~agoy: Associate pro- [ h" hted h~s"'audmnce" m" "" ......... A ....... t~,~ kinn ,~' onk~ .... ~ .... *ato Wfltshwe. Their son Charlie who | grandmother returned home w | Club attended the 10th annual ........... [ diLlon of numbers by mr ann ~vtrs vernon niece, on, . Charles Town Refreshments of -- ith fessor of Hzstory, Bruce M. John, g 707 i~ Potom:ac St Brur~ck children, Edward and M~chael .........u. ........ , ..... z, v-~ ha her " i Vir .~ppa~acman t~enter ~peem,ust; ,,. ". _ _ .~' .. "' ~ ' and twin daughters ,Mary Low n . ,, ,akes an R C Cola l d spent the past there weeks[ - ~ Educatmn Inet titLe at West - .- .......... Beethoven, Chopm and ] chlrs, CUr c , d .... mu a glrl, JUly ID i " ~ dau hter - - ur. ue~mas lwzuer, rro[essor oz z~ " "" : " - i" and Judy Ann, of Hudson, N. Y., were servedto Debbm, Wracm,~ here returned home with them. ] Miss Debbm N chols, ..g . / ~nm Umvers~,ty, Morgantown, wa .... +~ ..... a r~. a.o.~.,_ a ~o. ] -- ' mr ,ann ~virs r~enme .,mm ~t ..... he -ast week with the for I ~i~ ~,~. .~ Rr~n~.~icl~ !Mr and Mr~ R~,-,~.~ ... ~./of Mr. and Mrs. ~oanny Nmnols,| July 13, 14 and 15. ~ ............ " ......... ~' ...... "I . =-rp~,~ ,Md, Scott]e Rodg , f , s e and ............... l...a ........... _~Jdem .................... w ~ Cooke, Route 1, Charles Town, ~:rn,~ ~athPe'r and sister, Mr. Ed- Jeff Rowland of Charles Town, rues Graves, M~sses Patti and|a Balhmore hospital last week.i W. Va. Federatmn of Worn s . .. i " ers o Bolivar* and son Le ~-~,-rt ~ | underwent a heart operatmn m/ Mr~ r)~ rn g MUIpr nr**" ~? lOll, Pubhc Health Instructor. ~l l l~HU ~ ~ Ja "', "-" . " an, ~:acn taught a course in nls Ilel(l a ~]rz, ~mYsuRGICALi~. ' wardR~:man.Ryman arid Miss JuanRa Brenda, Steve, Sharon and Susan, Mary Jane Graves and Jimmy,| Her many friends are glad to| Clubs, opened the Conference by[zr me women. | - CharlOtte~ Gertude Elliott, of Mr. and Mrs. Benn~ie Gordon, of Chapman, Sandra, Pare,. Pattie Robert, Russell and Danny| know she is recovering satisfacistating that "Destiny In Charge," " Comes To Vintroux,"[ 1-).. ~r%..-. Rou~e 3, Box 168, Martinsburg, Silver Spring, Md., were SaturdaY/and Lewis Staubs, Glenn, Ricky Graves attended the Murphy re-| torily. ~ was the theme she had ehosen l (a motion picture), was shown~ Dr2 VV z~- W Va.; Cyrus Wilson Meier, Jr., morning visitors *of the former's and Re.anna Everhart, Brian Sl~enandoah Junctmn; James sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Boyd, Mrs. Violet Rowland, Peter Morison, Jr., 702 Jefferson Mrs. T. E. Lake. I Charlestown, Miss Jessie Ballen- Ave.; Donald Wayne Ingram, of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire spent ger, of Bolivar, Mrs. Nancy Boyd Harpers Ferry; Sarah May Mac- Thursday night with Mrs. Pitt- of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gregor, 50 North Main St., Derry man Russell of Williamslmrt, Md. iT~odgers of Bolivar, Mrs. Earl Village, N. H.; Herbert Lypn Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Wiltshire[ Rodgers of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. MacGregor, 50 N. Main St.,Rei'ry motored to Winchester Va., on', FAhel Buzzard, Mr. and Mrs. ~iIhge, N. Hi; Marjorie Aretta Friday and were ~isitors of Mr, F~oyd Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. (5oo~, Route 2, Harpers Ferry; and Mrs. John Shirley and son. Harold Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. Ce- Raymond James Twyman, 409 Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and cil Everhart, Mrs. Frances Rodg- E: North St., Charles Town; Louis I~vingston Lee, Jr. 139 sons, Jay and Vince, and Mr. and ers. Norms, received many nice Mrs. Melvin Lflla spent Sunday gifts, including money. Wall St., Charles Town; Erwin with Mr. and Mrs. William King Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Carlton Lee, 139 Wall St., Char- of Laurel, Md. daughter Norma, Mrs. Hazel le~ Town; Bradley Trent Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Howard James Staubs and daughter Sandra, and Charles Town; Reese Johnston, and daughter and Mrs. Bill Miller Brenda Chapman, were guests (m Ranson; Grace Elizabeth Dirtier- of Shenandoah Junction, and Mrs. Tuesday of Mrs. Nancy Staubs on man, Brunswick, Md.; FranCes Robert James spent the past Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. Jermiah Roland, Charles Town; week at Ocean City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett, Charles E, lwood Jones, Kearn- eysville, Route 1; Mary Lfllian Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and of Virginia, were guests on Mon- sons Michael, Timmy and Patrick, day evening of Mr. and Mrs. How- Cotta, Ranson; Cheryl Ann MAiler, of Charles Town, were Sunday ard Everhart. Other visitors dur- -RoUte 1, Charles Town; Wanda evening visitors of the former's ing the week were Mr. and Mrs. Virginia Hughes, Charles Town; mother, Mrs Mary Wfltshire Baer of Sandy Hook, Md. Dehra Ann Robinson, Charles ~ "a ""- f Mr and'Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart Town; Ethel Mac Jones, Route ~?f~na~j~s~orso:. Mr -~ Mrsl and Arlene were Sunday visitors 2, Charles Town; Charles Vincent ~'~;"~.~:~ '~'~.~" ~zi,)', with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ever- Costello, Glenn Hills, Rookw ......... M ~. ralhart and son m Dargan, Md. - inn, jacKle ann 1%lCKy, IS. ~0 il Md.; Ehzabeth Ann Breeden of ~.. ~.~ ..... a ,~ilar~,, ~an ] Mr. and Mxs` Cec Everhart Route 1, Charles Town. I .~,, ~,~,.~, r~,t.~ Ke-~- and and children, Mr. an. Mrs. Ralph MEDICAL I L"", "~:'~ ........ , iV*" ~..,, Cogle and daughter were Sunday ~'terry, ot t~anson an~ ~vlrs x~m . ..... El" ~- "-Dunn Bolivar ........ " _. diner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l~aue ~.,aDe~n , ; chapman ann cnllaren, t~rys~,~l, ~ .....~,~+ ..... n ..~a., o,~,~ Mary L~mse Bartlett, ef erson, Debbm and Darrell M-~ ~-,~,--io Pi,~er in Chestnut Md, Lillie Mac Whittmgton, of m -" Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitt g- tIill. Route 2, Harpers Ferry; Itay- -ton and children, Hope and Rob-] field Edward Johnson, Charles by, of Baltimore, Md., spent the l Mr. John Whitehair and two Town; Steven Michael Stackow, weekend with the former's moth. i sons were Sunday evening visi- IJarpers Ferry; Bertha Ellen er, Mrs. Marie Whittington. i tors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley WhKehair in Harp- ~gent, Ranson; Marjorie Ellen Pare Huffman, of Brunswick, ers Ferry. Mercha~t,~ Charles Town; Emma Yixgima Anderson, Ranson; LL- Md., spent the weekend with her The Silver Grove Methodist ~]lyn Ruhl Fields, Route 2, grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn Jack- Sunday School will hold its an- Harpers Ferry; Barbara Lee Mc- son. nual picnic on Saturday, August DOnald, Shenandoah Junction;I Mrs. T. W. Dillow is in Alexan- 6, at the church here. You are Wilson Brown Nichols, Shenan- dria, Va., caring for her grandson invited to attend. do~h Junction; James William Gary while his parents, Mr. and Mr. Harold Staubs was a recent Wood, Route 1, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Charles Gary Dillow, are vs. visi*cor of his brother and wife, Bonnie Chai-lene Grove, of Route cattoning thi, s week. Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Staubs in 2, ttarpers Ferry; Mollie Scena Wilt Reunion Neerswille, Vs. Glassford, Summit Poim; Ed- The annual Wilt reunion was Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove ward S. Lewis, Frederick, Md.; Adele Lorraine Cooper, Bruns- wick, Md.; Edwin Artht~r South. I SCOTT & WHITE P NE 725-2182 Ethical Pharmacists CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No, 150 000 Dr. Family held on Sunday, July 10, at the brought their small daughter park in Charles Town. Those at- from the Charles Town General tending were Mr. and Mrs. Vet- Hospital where she had been a non Mathena and son Breman, patient for several weeks. At this Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mathena, writing the little one isn't doing !Jr. ,and ch~illdren, Jeffrey and Ver- t~o well. na Jean,!~Mr. and Mrs, Artgus Mr.' and Mrs. Joh~ Wilson, Sr., .lenkins ~d family, Mrs. Bar- and a sister Of Mr. Wilson, Mr. bara Geisler and" sons. Mr. and and Mrs. Fred. Wilson and chit- Mrs. Lee Hadaway and family, of Woodstock, M.d., Mr. and Mrs. George Holman. Mrs. Luta Baker, Mrs. Ida Helman and Mrs. Marg Pope, of Randallstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whilley and son Steve, Mr. and Mrs. eGorge King and daughters, Mrs. Bill King and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kraut, Mr. and Mrs. John Sears and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin King and sons, of Balti- more, Md., Mr. Nell Ott, of Hunt- lngton, Mrs. Lula Raaalli, Dennis J~)hnson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ra- dren, Mr. Wfllie,Everhart were recen~t dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. MarShall Grove and family in Neersville, Vs. Mr. Pa~ (~arnet Grove, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and Miss Audrey Wilt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold Wilt of Bakerton, were quietly married recently. They are now living in our commum~ in a trdiler of the former's brother, Mr. Marshafl Grove. Good luck to these young people. Mr. Coley White, who is spend- hall| and faintly, Mr. and Mrs. ing a furlgugh from the United Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, Mr. States Army, Miss Judy Cogle and Mrs. Melvin Lilla, Miss Re- and Miss Libby White motored becoa Lilla, Mr..RObert Wager- to Wiley Ford, W. Va. and visRed man, Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla for several days with the former's axtd sons, Jay and Vince, Mr. and parents, Mr. ~md Mrs. Norman Mrs. Bud Pope and children, Tom White. and Lynn, Mrs. Mary Lilla, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and Myrtle Wilt and son, Sterling, Mr. chiIdren of~Brunswick, ,Md. were and Mrs. David Wilt and son, Mr. Sunday guests with the formers and Mrs. Bob Nicewarner and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rod- family, My. Tommy Wilt, Miss gers and family. Karen R~per, Mr. Larry Wilt and Little Mickey Rodgers from ~iss Becky Ware, Mrs/Bill Ains- Brunswick, Md., spent several When your preseriptlon b Jrs this label you know you will benefit from the best that the seienee of pharmaey can provide. worth, Mrs. R~le Wili Mr. a~d days with h'is, grandparents Mr. olUffIFIIAi Mrs: M)hn Danner arid family, andMrs. C. H. Rodgers. O J~3'~ FAT"~~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lanham and) Miss Linda StaUbs ~'eturned to ...... family, 1V~r. and Mrs. Floyd Higgs her home on Monday after *spend- VALLEY MW~E CO. ~nd family, Mr. and Mrs7 Floyd ing *a week"s vac~ion with her 121 W. Washington St. Vilt, Mr. and Mrs. Potts Danner sister and fami,ly, Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mr. and Mrs., Don Steve Cherry in North Carolina. Pifer and family. Miss Lfllian Myers Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGarry have just returned from a 7,000 mile trip. They went to YellOw- stone Park, Glacier Park and In- tornational Peace Park, Calif., Lal~e Iamise~ Panff Spring, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wilson and Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-5113 Read The Spirit-Advocate A TlflRI611T TO REMEMBER children, of Cleveland, Ohio, have been visiting her mother, This Is a wonderful world - for some people. But precious few can realistically say, "County your blessings." SCOOP UP FABULOUS FASHIONS AT OUR INCREDIBLY LOW PRICESI MANY FAMOUS BRANDS LADIES KNIT Lt Regularly 2.99 LADIES CARDIGAN SALE LADIES SALE JAMAICA O0 PRICE Regularly 1.98 PRICE SALE LADIES SALE SPORT Regularly 5.98 LADIES SUMMER Regularly 2.98 GIRLS SLEEVELESS Regularly 1.00 SLEEVELESS Regularly 2.98 PRICE Regularly 1.49 PRICE SALE LADIES SALE WHITE 75 PRICE Regularly 3.67 PRICE SALE LADIES SALE BRIGHT PRICE SALE Regularly 3.98 ~ d_.)~ INFANTS DIAPER IT Regularly 1.00 PRICE PRICE PRICE Save 6.95l FINGER-TIP CONTROL IMPULSE STARTER LAWN MOWER Reg. 44.95. Makes mowing quick mad easy. Easy' spin impulse starter, remote fingertip chbke,' throttle and stop control. Steel throttle control.: Cutting height 1~ to 3 inches. Com- plete with~muleher. BOYS SALE BOYS SALE BOYS HOODED 37 BAT MAN SUMMER Regularly 1.99 PRICE Regularly 1.49 PRICE Regularly 1.99 YOUR CIIOICE SALE YOUR CHOICE SALE PLASTIC ASSORTED Regularly 88c ASSORTED LAWN PRICE Regularly 2.98 MOLDED CHA R PRICE eRgularly 4.44 PRIC] BOYS KNIT SALE BOYS SHORT SLEEVE SWIM Regularly 1.29 MENS HOODED PRICE SALE Regularly 1.99 MENS SHORT SLEEVE Regularly 2.49 MENS PRICE ,SALE Regularly 1.99 LADIES SWIM "CANNON" Regulax)y 2,99 MENS ......... SUMMER PLAID pRICE ;SALE Regularly 99c ALL- TRANSISTOR SOLID STATE We,in this land, represent only a tiny fraction of the world's popu- lation. More t~ai~ THREE BILLION people inhabit out~Lworld. Even If we pinpoint an example of unlmagineable povetry in our midst, the poverty would appear trivial when compared with startling statistics of poverty in other pa~ of the world. The statistics show po erty in the worst sense. -curse innocent peoples and lmifes them where it ~ flie iihost, in 'the Stomach. Of the more than three billion ~lfle$ ott earth, four out of five are known to be underfed. Even }~e di sturb~ag, two Out of three have NEVER had enough to eat. ~ese]~o out of iJaree have Constant hunger. Every day of every ek, ti scrounge for load and never, never find enouglL With this situation, who can say God helps him who helps himself?. These people don't know HOW to help themselves and don't have the meaws to do so even if they know how. This is the biggest and most urgent problem facing the world today; to give these people the right sert~ of he!p far them to have a chance to help themselves. CHA.RLI~ J. W. SMITH -- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN, WEST VmGINIA Save 2,51! MOTORIZED 22-INCH M~s. Oscar Seal, Mr. Wilson left Sunday leavmg 'his famAly for a PORTABLE FOLDING GRILL longer stay. " " " Mr. James Graves, of Perry Point, Md., spent the weekend with !~is family here: Mr. Davis Humriclmuse, of Bal- An.lMd:' ~ been Visiting his plasticReg" 10.95.,,;u EasYchromet rOllgridanywherewith sid n 5-inch timore, brother in-law and si ter, Mr: and handle s MrS. Ferd Snyder. ' hood and spxt, UL approved motor. 1-inch 1KissLmda Seal has accepted a tubular steel legs and 1%.-ruth" front leg po ltlon with the Federal Hous caster. Red and charcoaL ing Administration "m Washing- ton. Mrs. Warren Nuekles is a pa, tient in King's Daughters' Hospi- tal, Marti~sbLUrg, and will under- go an operation. Miss Mary Jane Graves, of Bur. tington is visiting her sister, Miss Pattie Graves and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Cassll Regularly 2.98 6 TRANSISTOR BATTERY OPERATED Regularly !9.99 pRICE SALE t PRICE Regularly 34.95 PLASTIC COVER 20 x 72 Regularly 2.98