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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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__ . JJIH! , _ Investing and safeguarding money our business. With access to all the principal markets we believe our experience can help you get the most on your money.., with safety. Talk to us. There is no obligation. I A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 B---6 Daniel Armstrong and children of near Mannings, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grey and daughter of Ranson on Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. -----~_ -:=-_s ": ..... ~ Great Smokey Mountains Nation- Merle Larue and family of near I al Park afforded them much sout-ward Charles Town on Surtday. I pleasure. Continuing Miss Betty Louise Dfllow is vis- as they ,~i~ited places of interest iting Mrs. Charles Fellers and from their vacation having spent The beach at this particular place $ifteen days touring the Southern stretches 26 miles from Bilo~i to States. They first went sightsee- Pass Chrkstian, the longest man- ir~g ,in West Virginia and Ohio, made beach in existence. Return- Mrs. Marianna Smallwood they arrived in Louisia,~a where family of Charles Town. they crossed the world s longest Carol Ann Wiley of Rippon : ~~ ~------~ -- - -- bridge, Lake Pon~chartrain Cause- ,spenjt the weekend with her cous- Mr. and Mrs. M41ton Rouss and way. In Mississippi they enjoyed in, Vickie Penwell. daughter Joan, have returned botching m the Gulf of Mexico. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Orat B. Hughes, Avon Hill, have been her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ritter,, BerryviUe, Va., and Mrs. Hughes grandson, Todd then into Kentucky where they ing home they ran into a grea~ enjoyed seeing the blue grass deal of rain in Tennessee which country of horse farms. In Ten- forced them to park along the Kable Who spent several days while his parevtts, Mr. and Mrs. nessee they visited beautiful roadside for awhile. Harry Kable, were vacationing. Rock Ci~ty ~top LOokout Moun- Darlene Clipp spent the past Mr. Earl Kidwill, at present our ~ain near Chattanoogo. Other in- week with her uncle, Mr. George extremely proud Conserva~cion of- teresting places visi~ed in this Smallwood and family of Berry- ficer, reports that he became a state were Cherokee Lake, Clinch ~l,le. grandfather "twice" over the Mountain Lookout, Kingsport,Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seal were weekeml. Their daughter pre- The Hermitage, home of Presi- sented them with a nine pound dent An~lrew Jeckson, Davy business visitors Wednesday in grandson, while their daughter- Washington. in-law presented them with a Crockett s birthplace near Lime- Mr. and. Mrs. Rufus Hartly and seven pound grandson. stone, Ryman adui~torium where son, Rufus, Jr., of White Post, the WSM "Grand Ole Opry" origi- Va., were recent visitors of ~heir On Tuesday, August 2, there hates every Saturday r~igh,t. The daughter, Mrs. Thomas Brown wil,1 be a local paper drive. Any- one wishing the truck driver to I and family of Avon Bead Farm. call please phone Harry Heskett Mr. and Mrs. B~sil R. Clipp of OLD DOMINION exand a, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Grain Elevator or Jonson's Gro- thur Bush of Charles Town were cery. Paper .tied in bundles may recent wi~si~ors of their sister and be left ~at the paper storage buffaloing located near the cold ~rother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard storage for the collection. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Ri.ssler, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seal and daughCers J~ne and Susan, were daughters Debbie and Pat were supper guests Tuesday night at vi.sitors Sunday afternoon of his the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Se~l RiSsler. The occasion was Mrs. ~kidleway. 131 W. Washington St. Lewis Itissler's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford, Charles Town, W. Va. The Kabletown Church Memo- two children and Mrs. Cla.rence ral Fund has received gff, ts from Sm~llwood attended the family Telephone 725-2811 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Frye and picr~ic Sunday given by the lat- family of Seattle, W~shington, in ter's brother and sister-in4aw, memory of his father, Mr. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Kable Johnson in C O L O R shall Frye, and in memory of l~lenm~ial Park, Charles Town. All Black & White Harry Mercer from Mrs. Cla~'ence inembers of the immediate family Sm~llwood. were present namely, Mr. and The O. L. Payne well digging Mrs. Abner John.son, Suffolk, Va.; outfit from Clearbrook, Va., is ~a Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Mr. operation on the farm owned by and Mrs. Leonard Ruble, three Mr. George Hough. ch~ldren, Mrs. Nan~ie Kees and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mowery of daughter, Mrs. Blanche Parkin- Winchester. Va., spen~ several son, all of Gerrardstown, Mr. and days last week wRh their grand- Mrs. Lewi, s Rissler, Susan, Jane d~ughter, Mrs. Leon Carlisle and and Pat, ,her friend Judy Carr of family. Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler reports that Sa~. Reinhart Johnson, Cheri and SALES - SERVICE urday, July 23, was the twenty- Jacque of Front Royal, Mrs. fifty anniversary of his employ- Jan~ice Bosley ~artd son Steven of ANTENNAS INSTALLED ment with the Michigan Lime- Funksburg, Md., Mr. and Mrs. stone Company, Mfllv,ille. Wiltiam I~randt and Mrs. Mabel ..... Robert Brooks and family H, arrison of Charles Town. revved Saturday from the Rod- The local Sunday School pic, erick farm in ,the Zoav neighbor- nic will be held Sunday, August h