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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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ewn n the homo of, Mrs. Julia Viands Congratulations ag~tin, Mr. Brown arrd your staff, on your (,no hundred and twenty-second anniversary. I hope you will have many more long and prosperous years. My mind goes back to Mr. Robert Rissler who for so many years kept the good paper going, and we c.ertainly can see what time has taken place. Mrs. Francis Smallwood and daughters Phyllis and Jackie of Ransom were Thurst~ay evening tatters of Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr.and Mrs John Hampton and sons of Baltimore arrived Mr. nnd .Mr,(. Rona]d Wile , nd la' ter', randm, bor. Mrs. Malade her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gar- children Sherri and Ronald, Jr., land Henry, on their way back spent Sunday wi,th his parents, from a vacation iu Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Wiles at Town, Tenn. They sI~nt the rest Loudoun Heights, Va. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Ofents.lhe week here with her pal'- Mrs. Albert Viands were Mrs. Mr.~. Richard Viands and Betty Poston and daughter of d,aughter :spent Sun,lay with her Middleway, Mrs. Betty Hovermale mother, Mrs. Margaret Gayhart and family of Leetown ,and Mr. and family in Ranson. and Mrs. Billy Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts Mr. and Mrs. ttall Thom~n spent Saturday evening with who have been living for some friends in BrunsWick, Md., and Sunday they spent with their daughter Melody in Ardmore, Md. Little Melody has been on the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughters Misses Jane, Pat, and Susan and houseguest Miss Judy Carr attended a picnic of Mr. Kable Johnson on Sunday at the Charles Town Park. From DuPont Research! time ~t Albert Viands' place near the Bloomery have moved back with their daughter, Mrs. Thelma Parker and fatuity, in Manassas, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood- ward of Bakerton were Sunday evening callers of her parems, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby. Miss Pat Rissler and friend, Miss Judy Carr, of Washington, D. C., spen~ the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ri, ssler and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler and daughter Dianne of Kab~letown were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engle and son of the B,loomery, Messrs. CharHe and W~illie Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ptotner and family, of Mavtinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillow and son of town were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alv, ie PMtner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Brien and daughter and Mrs. Catherine Burn.s of Baltimore were Sunday evening visitors With the latter's brather-indaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry. Mrs. Hat(marL and daughter, Mrs. Donna Frills, and Mrs. Fran- cis Srnaldwood of Ranson were Saturday evening callers of the A new system that gives you greater protection against moisture blistering than traditional linseed oil paints: If the old paint has blistered, remove old paint down to bare wood. Prime with Du Pont Blister-Resistant P imer. Cover with one or more coats of "Lucite" House Paint. Dries in one hour. Clean hands and brushes with water. :Result--a Iovely, rich, low-luster finish of far longer lifo than old-style linseed oil paints! :For previously painted surfaces in good condition: apply Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner and family moved on Tlmrsday from tim Bloomery where they had lived for severa,l years, to Charles Town. Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daughter Bonnie spent Wednes- day afternoon with her mother, Mrs MiLton Popkins in Kable-I town. Mrs. Martin Grimes of near town was a cal/er on Wednesday evening of Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and family of Leetown were Wednesday even,ing visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands. Mr. David Armstrong who has been on tim sick List was able to return to h(is work at Shanonda,le on Wednesday. Mrs. Garland Henry attended the W.S.CIS. meeting of the Oak- land Ladies which was held" on Wednesday night a.t the home of Mrs. Will,tam K,line near town. Mr. and Mrs. Franeis Small- wood and daughters Prytlis and Jackie were Thur~lay ever~ing callers of their grandmother, Mrs. Maude Sma']lwood. Mr. and Mrs Irvin Hodges and nephew Gregory Viands of Kear. neysville were Friday evening callers of Gregory's grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. Tony Mc- Milian of the U. S. Navy stationed at the Norfolk Naval Base, was also a caller. Tony was on his way home to Martinsburg to spend the weekend with his par- ents. Mrs. Barbara Ann Hampton of Baltimore was a Saturday morn-. ing calder of Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Small- ,and al o]ed on their on, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and family in Ranson. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Bloomery. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mh.gah,a and daughter of Middleway, Mrs. May Abshire and son of North Carolina, and Mrs. Douglas White of Jefferson Terrace, Charles Town. I IIII I I Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rannalli and family called on Mr. and Mrs~ S. W. Zombro of Kearneysville on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackford was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles CosteIlo and family on Friday evening. Mrs. Janet Harnish and family of Hagerstown, Md. was a supper guest of Mrs. Lucflle Brown and Mrs. Giadys Pulse on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Owens and family of Winchester, Va., spent Tuesday evening with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and family. Mrs. Hattie James of Charles Town called on Mrs. Maggie Jan- ney on Wednesday evening. Miss Melissa Anderson spent the past week with her ~randpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cain of Summit Point. "isitors Sunday af the home wood of Falls Church were c~AI- of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and ers on Sunday morning of his family were, Mr. and Mrs. John mother, Mrs. Maude Smallwood, Whittington and family of York Pa., Mr. n,nd Mrs. Leonard Rtlbie of Gerrardstown, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and family of Middle- way, W. Va. I would 14ke to express sympa- thy to Mr. James Fellers and family in the death of .his mother. Mrs. Ella Gill of W'aslm~gton, D. C spent Friday nigbt with her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Bentz. Mrs. Lillie Mac Sheffer and Mrs. Barbara Perrett of Hagers- town, Md. spent last Thursday with Mesdames Louise Bentz, Ber the Simons and Laura James. They aH dined at the Cliff side SPIRIT OF JEPFER ON l Ate P g AD +OCACE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 Diner and toured Itarpers Femv iturned heine Friday after Mrs James had just returned lwith his sister in :{entu~ I , . ; from her vacation in New York lhadnt seen for eight years, and New Jersey along with her[ son Mac remained with daughter, Mrs. Evelyn McDonald. llher in Ohio for a Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snvderlweeks. and family spent Sunday in ;Will-I iamport, Md. with M'rs. Snyders! R* ~/~* IIiII sister, Mrs. Peggy Folk. Mrs. Nora Steward Martinsburg visitedday afternoon.Mrs' Bertha Sinless Tues- ReadIn="e Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Scott re- INTERMEDIATE DUTY STAPLE GUN TACKER Excellent do-it-yourselfer's No. T-SS tacking tool for ceiling tile, screening, weatherstrip- ping, etc. Streamlined de- ~.~y sign, steel construction, ~/# baked enamel finish. //~ Uses No. T-50 ~,~ staples in 6 sizes ~~'~ from 1/4u to 9/16", including exclusive CEIL- TILE Staples for stallation. ~ . 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Telephone 725-5113 one or two coats of Lucite House Paint--no primer needed. AIR-CONDITIONED For Wood, Stucco Masonry-- 12, colors Phone 725-2002 --*Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5212 RANSON, W. VA. FrL.Sat. July 29.30 "A Wholesome Outdoor Advent- ure" ,6 * ' " 9' Night of the Grizzly In Color with Clint Walker SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY Tim Holt In ALSO IN COLOR "Dlackbeard The Pirate" Adm, - 6 Empty Coca Cola Bottles Or 25c Sun.-Mom-Tues. July 31-Aug 2 Before most gifts ever get serious about boys, Daisy had done the whole bit. Love at 15. Married at 16. Divorced at 17. Even when fame came, Daisy would rather drive a garbage truck. Because that's what the whole finky world was about. Wasn't It? "Inside Daisy Clover" In Color with Natalie Wood i~ ~:~.~ }:~, Starts Wed:. ,A MAN COULD ~ ~ ~ ~" ~ ~" ~*~ " t .... ~ ~ .... ~ , ~ GET KILLED -- In Color with I I m THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-2212 IN OUR MOST COMPLETE Thurs..Frl. 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