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July 21, 1966

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Miss Janie 6oodell Is Graduated From Plant City (Fla.) High School I II I I I Illl dria, Va., spent Wednesday through Sunday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bar- rort, of t~anson. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Athie Frye and daughter, Tope, of Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe and family, Mrs. Patsy Smallwood of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. James Ahalt and son of Parkview Trail- er Court. Mrs. Bonnie Owens vf Alexan- iting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wicker. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Viener have returned to their home on~ South Samuel Street after vis- ~ iting with .her parents in Florida, New York Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ennis, Jr., and son Robbie, Jefferson Vil- lage, near Charles Town, are spending a week's vacation at Ocean City, Md PFC. Barbara I. Mock, sta. tioned at Ft. Bragg, N. C., Miss Linda Mock and M~chael Mock of Landover, Md., were Saturday vis- itors with their aunt, Miss Vir- ginia Mock. Mrs. Virginia B. Mock of Hagersto%na, Md., was also a Saturday visitor. ~ Mrs. Harlan James and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritts and grandchil- dren, of Middleway, visited rela- tives in Rheemstown, Pa., and Hershey Park this week. Miss Deborah Patterson Smith, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Jaquelin Smith, Fotmtain Val- Miss Muriel E. Clark To Become Bride Monday Of Mr. John Russell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Clark of Ranson, W. Va. announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Muriel Elizabeth, to Mr. John Harrison Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley K. Russell, of Ranson. Miss Clark i:s a graduate of Chilies Town Senior High School and of the West Virginia College of Beauty Culture, Mariinsburg. Mr. Russell 'is a graduate of Charles Town Senior High School and is employed at the Charles Town Western Auto Store. An open wedding is planned and will take place at St James Catholic Church, Monday, .July 25th at 7 p. m., with Re:., John SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1966 A, Eight Hospitals In Area Participating In Medicare Program July 15th, with the Steve C]opper, presiding the opening, old business cus~d was: Ttte exchange dent whom the club is to help support, community ject to which each contributing, and the 4-tt Ca which was attended by Eight hospitals in this area, members. with a total of 894 beds, are now It was announced that the participating in the Medicare pro- jects are due in the county gram for the aged, according to by August 15th Hazel F. DMey, Social Security The devotions were Administration District Manager Marshall McCormick in Winchester, Virginia. the General Hospitals mu~ meet certain reading called "Exploration," health and safety standards and given by Sarah Mays, Alice also the requirements of Title Joyce VicLers and ttolly VI of the Civil Rights Act of Sue Cave. A prayer was 1964 before they can partieipatei bY Jeral Milton. in the Medicare program I Hilly Sue Cave asked The participating hospitals in "Sun Safety" questions, this are~, according to Mrs. Daley poem entitled, "A Smile," are: Winchester Memorial Hos- recited by Mrs. Ott. The High Has Reunion 1956 Graduating Class Page Jackson ed sleeves of elbow length and a fashionable "A" line skirt Her veil was attached to a head piece made of a large whRe velvet rose. The bride carried a White Bible covered with white rose buds and mums. The maid of honor, Miss Jennie Suly 21.2 ADMINIsTRA'~RIX Mrs. Sarah Ann Sipe Duncan-Phyfe sofa; platform rocker; rocking chair; straight chairs; end table; serving stand; hat rack; press on press; wal- nut tilt-top table; bookcase; what-not-stand; desk; lap desk; picture frames; twin beds, complete with springs and mattress; electrical appliances; glass ware; dishes, (some old); linens md other miscellaneous items. i Harpers Ferry, and Shepherds-~ The high individual game town, W. Va. I score went to B. Speg, with a 220 A rehearsal party was given and H. Britner had the high in- at ~the home of the groom's par- dividual set score with a 617; ents on Friday evening preced- ing ,the wedding and the couple presented gifts to their a~ttend- Ramsburg, a close friend of the ants at that time and son, Mrs. Judy Nagle and sons of Parkview Trailer Court --ude ....... horseshoe all " . ~1 ($e(1 sexton'It ann n enjoyed a picnic at Leetown ,,i,,~h;,,, ~,,. h~.m~,,h~ ,* the nMrU Bdl~Kevser returnoa - ~,-Iaf'ternn was ~he surprise ap- home ,n .~outh ~gmual ~,,~*IPearance of Mr. E. M. D ndr ge after his grandparents, me(urPnre CiPoalt of P ege-JaCkeSOn in Shadyside, Ohio " ' " "~ ' I whiz in the horseshoe pits. Huel WiRis, spokesman for the class, said that class members now serving the na~tion's Armed Forces, in this country and in the Far Bast, could not attend the affair. He said the Alumni committee consisting of Mrs. Kathryn Hart, Mrs. Anna Steph- enson, and himself, had sent pro- grfims to all the members of the class. About half of the class were presen, t and participated in the three-day affair Those present were: Mrs. Anna J. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Newman, of Charles Town; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keith of Chambersburg, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Johrmon, Buckingham County, Va.; Mr. Grafton Blue, Tampa, Din.; Mr. and Mrs. Huel Willis, Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Halltown; Mr. and Mrs. John Stinson, of Plain- vfile, Conn.; John Brown and Mrs. Joseph Chapman, both of WasMngton, D. C. Those mem- bers of the graduating class un- able to be present for various Members of the 1956 graduat, reasons were: Mervin Baylor, ing class of Page Jackson High John Washington; Mr. and Mrs. School wound up their three-day Francis Braxton; Mrs. Averill 1O-year class reumon Sunday, Washington; Miss Rose Branson; July 3, by attending St. Philips Floyd Rutherford; Charlotte Episcopal Church in Charles Ross; Leo Harris, Jr.; Alfred Town. The class was received and Baytlor; Ernest Braxton and recognized by the new Vicar, the Rev. Mr. Brooks and h~s assistant the Rev. Charles R. Atherton, of Shepherdstown. Principal figures at the reun- ion are as shown above: Mrs. Brooks, Ra~dMph Johnson, Mrs. K~thryn Hart, the Rev. Charles Atherton, Huel V~illis, Mrs. An- na Stephenson, John Brown and the Rev, Mr. Brooks. The weekend began Friday ~ight, July 1, with class members and their guests ~tending the Masonic Ball at Shenandoah Downs race track where tables had been reserved on the terrace in the clubhouse. Certterpieces for the tables were doxtated to the class by Mr. D. D. Kilham, owner of the Hilltop Hotel, Harpers Ferry. On Saturday, the C~s and their families went to th~ park adjacent to the Bardane Commun- ity Center for a picr~ic and an af~rnoon of games which :m- Harry Shett~n. "The Old And The New" Sermon Subject Sunday Asbuff Me$oSst Church The Rev. Mr. Lee Williams will use "The Old and The New" for his sermon topic Sunday, July 24, at Asbury Methodist Church, corner of N. Charles and North St. Worship Services are held at 8:15 a. m and 11 a. m. A Nursery for pre-school child- ren is availaMe for both services. Church School is held at 9:30 a.m. with classes for all ages. The Church invites you to come and worship. The Sr. MYF wl~l meet at the home of R~bert Appell, 500 Jeff- erson Avenue, at 6:30 p. m. The Jr. MYF will meet at the church at 6:30 p m. The Friendly Class will meet with Mrs. Thomas Kern, 712 Jeff- erson Avenue, for a family cov- ered dish picnic Monday at 6:30 p.m. Bible Study group, leader Mr. iPeople, Spots In The Newsl III i CLOSEUP OF CHAMP: Here's i Jim Ryun, U. of Kansas frosh, 19, _m rri g9 San .Rafae!, Calif. b~ table; Roll-away bed; Brass bed Iron beds; Trunks; Iron pot; Pictures; Books; Dishes, (some old); and many articles too numerous to mention TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. FRANKIE W. D. ORNDORFF - Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND. Clerk IN " " CHAREES OUR ENTIRE STOCK el BETTER DRESSES NOW ON SALE Were To 14.99 NOW REDUCED To CLEAR :SIZES 7 to 52 GROUP NO. 1 GROUP NO. 2 GROUP NO. 3 / OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY At the same place, at the conclusion of Mrs. Withers' Sale, I will sell the personal property of the late Williette E. Hop- kins: Lunch served by Clarke County Band Booster Club. Mrs. Mac 13. Withers CHARLES R. DUVALL. Auctioneer TERMS--~ASH: Not Responsible For Accidents. Walnut secretary; walnut velvet covered love seat and 2 chairs; walnut lady's desk; walnut drop leaf claw-foot table; walnut wardrobe; walnut cupboard; walnut lazy.susan; walnut rocking chair; 6 antique cane-bottom chairs; other cane-bottom straight chairs; cane rockers; split bottom rocker; 2 hall chairs; 2 Wind- sor chairs; high chair; swivel chair; large highbaek upholst- ered settee; mahogany peer table; mahogany wardrobe; mahog- any oversize carved bed with box springs and mattress; 2 hall racks with marble slabs; card table with swivel top; large mahogany sideboard; mahogany~ dresser; blanket chest; 2 weight clocks, one on pedestal; lot mirrors, some ogee; pair brass table lamps; brass desk lamps; floor lamps; Gone with the Wind lamp; wash stand; other stands; couch; modern sofa; Formtca top table and 4 chairs; step-stool; clothes trees; child's cedar chest; child's table and chairs; chest of drawers; large hooked rug; 15 x 18 rug and pad; hall runner; pictures and frames, some gold leaf; wooden churn; card tables; trunks; books; apple peeler; cherry seeder; 2 5-gal. crocks; other crocks; pine chest; scales; wash bowl; 2 caster sets; vases; gob- lets; dishes (some old); quilts; curtains; linen; bed clothing; trays; heating stoves; slab of marble; work tables; Maytag washer; wash tubs and rack; Jars; deep freeze; some canned fruit and Jelly; fireplace andirons; screens; grates; tongs; brass shovels and accessories from 3 old fireplaces; 2 bicycles; lawn mower and other miscellaneous items. Saturday, Jtdy 30, 1966 - 11 A. M. Having sold my farm. I will sell the following Antique and Modern Furniture at "Green Hill Farm." located 1~$ miles North of Berryville, Va., on Route 340. (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Vs. ilm Monday - Tuesday. Wednesday .--ONLY--- ginia Mock and their brother and sister-in.l, aw, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McCormick. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barren, Mrs. Joyee Wolfe and family of Ranson, Mrs, Bonn,ie Owens of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs Athie Frye and daughter, Hope of Inwood, Mrs. Rose Mary Ahal~ ~Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer ley School, Colorado Springs, C. Ryan, officiating. It will be spent last week ~t their son's cot- Colo., was married July 19, 1966 followed by a reception at the tage at Cobb Island, Md. They 'tMrMr' Rick ....... Mason7 ..... home of the bride, pital, Warren Memorial Hosoital, alien was a three-legged were 3omed" " there by the letter's r s. WilKes ......... t;ooey a,na cram ..... Shenandoah Hospital, Page lVIem-i The next meeting wail .be e~ ot rtonolu4u, tiawall nave ""S "ANICE ....... brother-m-law and sister, Mr and ............ Williams, meets each Wednesday orial Hospital, Charles Town Gen- at the nome ot uonna an0 o] ~,~ a t,v~u~x~ Mr~.~ ~t,y~-'" ow,tz ....... ~-. ~,ie x~a,~ter,~^-~" .... peen visiting net- zamer, ~vzr. . t'. at 8 p. m. Sr. Choir rehearsal on eral Hospital, King's Daughters. Webster. Nelson and her brother-m-law Wednesday, at 8 p.m. Hospital, City Hospital and Mor- I -- Miss Jam~e Goodell was one Pa. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Robert "_ ......... ann ,sister, ~r ann Mrs ~ of 250 sttalents who graduated m Hackman and two children of .. "~. " , ..... .. . .. The Commis~on on Member-, gin Courtty War Memorial Hos-I T T m~ ~ .... - ~aci)onam at melr nome on ~oum ship and Evangelism, Chairman t pital I Use llqe ulassln June from Plant City, Fla Sen, Lititz, Pa ' ~ . . ior Hi-h,, School. .She attendea, ~" httrze ...... ~tss" ....... Hope ~arze Mcwin- ~amuel street. Other guests with]. Mr. Thomas Kern, will meet on] Na'tionwide, 6,323 hospitals are l Jeffer~n, Count-~,. schooIo.., th,~U~,h,.~.. ~,.. ney,