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ill II II I I II I IIII I ERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F.032 visit "The Enchanted Forest" Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and child ren, Deborah, John and Patricia and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and son John visited on Wednesday of last week with the former's brother-in law and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook at their home in Baltimore, Md. tier niece, Miss Beverley Cheshire of Augusta, W. Va. who had been visiting with the Timbrooks joined them upon their return. Enroute home the ~roup visitetl "The Enchanted For est" near Baltimore where they had a very enjoyable lime visiting in the fabulous "fairy-tale" land. On Thursday Mr and Mrs. Claren- ce Cheshire and their son Jimmy of Augusta. W. Va. were supper guests at the Cheshire home and upon their return were accompan- ted by their daughter Beverley. Correction It was reported erroneously in last week's news that Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deck of Winchester, Va. had announced the birth of their third son on July I0th. Sorry. The two small Deck boys now have a baby sister. Her grandmother Mrs. J. A. Deck is visiting with the Deck family at their home in Win- chester. The Reverend and Mrs. Harry P. Light and their four children Trina Gay, Randall, Shannon and IIolly of Charleston, W. Va. arriv- ed on Friday at the home of the formers brother and sister-in-law Mr .and Mrs. Robdrt Light and their family. After visiting over the weekend with his brother and sister in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Light and their daughters Judith Ann, Susan and Barbara Jean at their home in Silver Spring, Md. they plan to return to Summit Point on Monday to spend the re- mainder of the week. On Sunday Mr and Mrs. Robert Light and children Bobby and Linda also were dlnner guests at the John Light home in Silver Spring. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland ~)nd Mary Thomas of Winchester, ~a. were visitors on Thursday eve ~ing at the home of the formers ~randmother Mrs. Bonn W. Crim ~nd on Sunday evening Mrs. Crim ~ad visiting with her her son-in- ~aw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ~qoward Huff of Charles Town. Miss Frances Coleman visited on Wednesday of last week with Mrs..L N. Bonham at her home in Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeHav en and children Kathy, Karl and Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and children Gall and Ronnie spent Sunday visiting with Mrs, Brent DeHaven at her home near the Opequon. Mrs. J. T. Crane Jr. of "Mt. El- len" spent several days last week in Martinsburg where she was in attendance at the West Virginia Postmaster's Convention which was held at the Shenandoah ttotel. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr had visiting with them on Sunday lhe latter's brother Mr. James Ren- ner of Berryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Magaha and son Jim my of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and daughters Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and Miss Mary Cheshire at tended the annual reunion of the Bryan School which was held on Sunday of last week at Camp WaL ker near Augusta, W. Va. Farm Women's Club Meeting The Summit Point Farm Wom- en's Club will meet at 8:00 DST (7:00 EST) on Thursday evening August 10th at the home of Mrs. Stuart Crim. The new club year begins in the fall and anyone in- terested in becoming a member is cordially invited to attend this meeting. John and Jimmy Kerr who with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Kerr and their brother Peter are vacationing at the home of their grandparents, the Rever- end and Mrs. Horatio Chase in Marlton, N. J. had the misfortune to follow their brother's lead and develop the Measles soon after their arrival there. Miss Mollie Glassford was a pa- tient for several days in the Char lee Town General Hospital having undergone surgery there on Satur day morning for the removal of a small tumor from the back of her head. Mr. and Mrs. Elwod Cheshire and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and son spent Saturday of last week visiting at "The Last Resort" the Cheshire's farm near Augusta, W. Va. Miss Patricia Rissler of the Wheatland neighborhood return- ed home the last of the week from Fairmont, W. Va. where she had attended summer workshop spon- sored by the West Virginia Assoc tat|on of Student Councils. Miss Rissler who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler is the pres |dent of the Charles Town High Senior High School Student Coun- cil. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and son Tommy of Middleway were visitors on Monday of last wek at the home of the former's sister and brotherAn-law Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. Also visit- ing with them on Sunday was their granddaughter Miss Eliza- beth Grove of Letown and Mr. Lee Lupton of White Post, Va. Mrs. Robert Anders of Rippon in company with her daughter Mrs. James Wilson of Hyattsville Md. visited recently at the home We Are Anxious For You To Know Them. They Cover Jefferson County For News Items and Any Photos You May Have -- Every Week of the Year -- We are anxious for you o ~weet our .fine group of Jeffersor, County Correspondents, ,who s~nd in the ~ny interesting news items from various county 1;o~,_s which you enjoy each week in this newspaper. They will also accept photos which might be of tntexest for public~tiox~. They are al~ays h~ppy to receive your news as well as receive your suhsvziption to the Spirit of Jeffer- son-Farmers Advocate. All you have to do Is to tell any one of ~hem that you want .to s~bscribe to the aewspaper. TelePhone numbers in many cases are given for your convenience. Miss Dorothy Lake, Mlllville Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs, Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs, Mrs. Robert Knott, Shepherdstown---Phone 3983 Lena Ambrose, Engle--Phone 69-F-024 Roy Breeden, Ranson---Phone 256-$ Clarence Smallwood, Kabletown---Phone 20-F-024 Pauline Ott. Mannings--Phone 50-F-014 Lillian Myers, Shenandoah Junction---Phone 66-F-031 Bruce Furr, Leetown--Phone 24-F-013 Georgia Pearl, Chestnut Hill Margaret Houser, Bakerton Julia Viands, Mechaniestown--Phone 17-F-031 Stuaxt Crim, Summit Point--Phone 47-F-032 Dorothy Bowers, Halltown--Phone 26-F-031 G. E. Webb. Harpers Ferry-Bolivar--Phone 2492 Ethel Buzzard, Silver Grove Patsy Zombro, Middleway--Phone 70-F-011 Elsie O. I~msteazl, KearneysviHe--Phone 2108 Austin Nicodemus, Rippon---Phone 61-F-011 FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS Phone 222 Charles Town, W. Va West Virginia's 1961 Dairy Princess, Sharon Lynn Nlbert, 18-yeax-old Apple Grove, Mason county, 4-H'er, Will serve as hostess during the 20th annual West Virginia Dairy Cattle Show at the State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, Aug. 15-18. A 1961 graduate of Point Pleasant High School, Miss Nlbert has been active in 4-H club work and is a 4-H Charting Pinwearer. She has served as president of Keyettes, vice-president of the Future Teachers Club, and secretary of the National Honor ,Society ~hauter. of Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven ] Beginning on Thursday evening, and their family. ]August 3rd and continuing each Mesdames Joseph Starkey, Bus-]Thursday evening throughou~ the ey Carper and Philip Smallwood ]month of August, the Busy Bees spent Wednesday evening at [4-H Club will sponsor a supervised Camp Frame near Hedgesville, W. |play hour which all of the ehild- Va: going there to attend the I ren in the community are invited party night festivities at the 4-H to attend. This play hour will be County Camp. held on the lawn of the Baptist D' Church from 7"00 until 8"00 tuner guests on Sunday at the~ ........ -" .... _ hnrno af Mr and MP~ Wallat~o 0 CLOCK Daylight ~avlng Time ann .............................. r t of recre " games arm otne ypes at- Snyder and their daughters were ............... the latter's father Mr John Russ mn wnl De o~ereu tor me cnuo- - , ren s entertainment ell of Berryville, Va. and her bro- ther-in-law and setters ~VIr. and Mrs. It. S. Hatfield and their dau ' ~||~ ~.~ ghter Sherry and Mrs. George El- ,~)|ILIVLI]I UJllL/1ri~ lie and son Mike all of Falls Chur ......... md t#y Mrs. /~tnel 15uzzaro ch, Va. They were accompan" here by Miss Wallis Anne Snyder ~ . ~ ..... , . ........ ztememoer me ~unaay ucnool WhO naa spent las~ week wsmng )icnic te~ be held Aug. 5th on tho in Falls Church Mrs. Busey Carper had the mis- church lawn. You are invited. Seventh Birthday fortune to be painfully injured last week while unpacking glass jars preparatory to canning. While reaching into a barrel her hand struck an unseen broken jar almost severing two fingers on her right hand, an injury which required a number of stitches and the immobilization of her hand. Mr Shelby Longerbeam of Washington, D. C. visited over the wekend at the home of his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Longer- beam and their family Mr and Mrs. James H. Snyder Brenda Chapman cele]~rated her seventh birthday with a party on Sunday given by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Those helping her were Arlene Maphis. Debbie, Sandra and Junior Longer beam, Diane and Jackie Grove, Glen, Darlene, Paula and Wanda Everhart, Teddy and Marie Cook, Joanne and Jerry Wilson, Donald and Susan Cogle, Donald and Rod- ger White, Maria and Gall Spud- ere, Norma Rodgers, Steele, Gall and Susan Chapman, Mrs. Frances and children Beth and Nicky vie Rodgers, Mrs. Mary Longerbeam, |ted on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Celia White, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brown and their daughter Edd Souders. Refreshments were served and Brenda received many KittYton, their home near Ham|l- nice gifts Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe Mrs. Hazel Staubs and children and their small son John had as Ruby, Gary, Sandra and Randall their dinner guests on Sunday Mr. motored to Baltimore on Sunday and Mrs. Robert Arnold and their and spent the day with Mr. and two children of Washington, D. C.. Mrs. Robert Spitler. Linda Staubs Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim, Mrs. returned home with her mother Harry C. Frazier of "Monte View" after spending three weeks with and Mrs. Moreland E. Maddox of the Spitlers. St. Petersburg, Flqrida were din- Miss Nancy Davis of Baltimore, ner guest on Sunday at the home Md. is spending sometime with of the former's daughter Mrs. her grandmother Mrs. Ethel Buzz- Clayton Stagner and her family in ard. Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and Return From 4-H Camp two children and Mrs. Georgia Eight "Busy Bees" who had spent the past week at Camp Frame, the county 4-H camp near Hedgesvi|le, W. Va. returned to their homes on Friday evening still buzzing with the excitement of their camp activities during their stay. The eight youngsters who had spqnt such an enjoyable week were Ann Winn Childs, Cheryl Starkey, Janie Goodell, Sharon Smallwood, Mary Sue Sny der, Louise and Louis Shull and Bobby Welch. The Leaders of the club wish to acknowledge con|r|- buttons which made it possible for such a large group to attend camp. The Summit Point Farm Women's Club, sponsored one child and the South Jefferson Rur |tan Club sponsored another and in addition contributed liberally to the registration fee of all those who attended camp. Also visiting at the camp on Friday evening and bringing the youngsters back home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Good ell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil- ip Smallwood and Mrs. John Lay- cock Supervised Play Hour Piper of Chestnut Hill were Wed- nesday night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Maude Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of Baltimore, Md. were guests with RADIO- TELEVISION HI-FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES E RADIO TELEVISION 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 487 FOR A COMPLETE WEEKLY NEWSPAPER --- BUY THE --- (Charles Town, W. Va.) Complete Local and Jefferson County News Cover- age -- Photos --- Sports -- and Classified Page... Full News Coverage of ALL News Events. ON !SALE At Your Nearest News Stand--10 cts.--er by mail in West Virginia--S3.50 plus 10 ets. tax. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and Md. spent the weekend with his family on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of i Baltimore, Md. were Friday visi. tore with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staub.~ and family. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg, Md. was a caller with Mrs. Gladys Gift and sons on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and tam. ily in Chestnut Hill. Celebrated Birthdays Arlene Maphis and Sandra Lon. gerbeam celebrated their birthday on Saturday with a party given by Mrs. Howard Everhart and Mrs. Mary Longerbeam. Those present were Norma Rodgers, Brenda Sharon, Susan and Steele Chap- man, Debbie Sandra, Junior Lon- !gerbeam, Dale Grove Diane and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. 6---B THURSDAY, AUGUST Mr. Lewis Sager, Mr. Burr Por- ___._ terfield, .Jr. of Martinsburg and" ------'------ ~ Mr. Joe Snyder of Sandy tIook, ly spent several days with Mrs. ~ In Russia they have a ! spent several days at Chihcotague, Evelyn Jackson and daughter every hotel rovm--oniy :~ Va. last week and were among the Sharon. you. 20,000 spectators to watch the Mrs. Charles Rinaldi of New Jackie Grove, Keith Whitehair, David Maphis, Danny and Glen pony swim and sale which is con- ducted each year by the fire co. of Chlncotague. Mr. Henry Blackford of Wash- ington spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackfora. The many friends of Mrs. Wil- son Moler are sorry to know she is confined to her home by ill- ness. Messrs Lewis W. Sager, Frank Nichols and Donald Sager spent Saturday in Fairmont. Picnic On Lawn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackford York was a visitor of Mrs. James Lilla on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake and Miss Dot Lake attended the Re- gatta which was held on the Poto- mac River by the Potomac Rod and Gun Club on Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Ranson, Mrs. Ralph Shirley and sons of Wadesville, Va., Mrs. Pitt man Russell and daughter Karen of Winchester, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wener and son Fred- die Lee of Lovettsville, Va. were Sunday guests of Mr .and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire. 60 TO CHURCH Advertise In 'l;m Everhart, Lucille Cogle and San- had a picnic on the lawn at their Mr Glenn Wiltshire who is a dra Staubs. Refreshments werehome Sunday. Guests were Mrs. patient in the Charles Town Gen- served and the girls received Harris Kissling and Mr. and Mrs. eral Hospital, Ranson expects to many nice gifts. John Boyer of Charles Town, Mr. return to his home the latter part Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and Mrs. David Payne and daugh- of this week. His many friends Mrs. Annie Grove were Saturday ter Deborah Kay, Mr. and Mrs. wish for him a speedy recovery. callers with Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Wilbur Jackson and children of L .......... Mr and Mrs Mervin Ryman eetown,~r rienry 151acKroru and"'at "" "...... Jenkins in Martinsburg. o gnters ot ~nenanuoan Mr and Mrs Ralph Payne and i Mrs. Howard Everhart, Mrs.. ~ i* ' ---~ w _,Junct on were Sunday afternoon I mr. anu ~vzrs. ~os..,,yne anu visitors of M, onn M' wa. ,,a Mary Longerbeam, Mrs. Annie hildren ................... Grove and Mrs. Maude Everhart c . ,~ . .... Ryman and Miss Juanita Ryman. were visitors on Tuesday with ~rs. Ferry Wilson anu cnimren Mrs Evelvn Jackson and dauuh [ Mr. and Mrs. George Staubs in have returned to their home in ter Sharon" snent the weekend ~ Charles Town. Cleveland, Ohio after having spent with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ruthe-rford ] Mr. and Mrs. Edd Souders and the past month with her parents of Bolivar | See us for a two children of Shenandoah Jun M~ and Mrs~ Oscar Seal. , , Jay Lill'a is visiting his great ction were Sunday visitors with ~everley ~olton Lucas O! lvion- aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Bill / lrlW. ,4-Slab-- roe, Va. is visiting her grandpar- Ainsworth of Charles Town . | Mrs. Floyd Chapman and ents Mr: and Mrs..Ed Hammond The Sunday School picnic was ~that will inll:)f~l ,.--,: Mr. Wayne Cook of Washington ann aunt ~azss uamnta wmsnlre held on the Milville Methodist ] spent the weekend with his , . =~. _ Church lawn on Friday evening. / yOU and your mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and tam. M | | | V | | | ~ Mrs. Charles Rinaldi and Mrs. | ily. I'| I L L 1/ I L L L James Lilla spent Thursday after |ustowler$. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman By uuzoutSr~"-"*~" ~,*-~-~" noon. with Mrs.. LaRue of Hall-,/O~ COUrSe We~]~ and two children were recent town. | guests with his parents the Dinter Have Supper ~ . . _ ., ] prln on mane in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire |~/'R| ~tlm~fl ~[ Mtt~t~ l SH~AH were Monday evening supper """"" ,,v.,,~,.. v....,v.,,,. , v~U/~/?v'~"'~ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilt- a. u,* . . ,, o i ~~ shire and sons of Ranson. I AT wlncnesrer Meenna l Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and I *" | -- ~(~)~) II Ik I J%qlllL~k I JUNLIIU |sonKevinspent the weekend withI Mrs Edward Jones, Mrs. HOW-] IMr. and Mrs. tSanly Zombro of ard Tumblin and Miss Audrey Mc | FOR ALL YOUI By Miss Lillian Myers I Falls Church, Va. I Carry attended an executive com l J Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Lanham!mittee meeting of the Women of | PRINTING NEEI Mr. and Mrs.--'~alph Payne and 'and sons Harrison and Donnie and i The Moose in Winchester, Va. Sun | PHONE 222 : Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Payne and Mrs. Eldred Markle recently spent I day, July 30th at 2 p.m. | children of Harrisonburg, Va. vis Sunday at Cowen Beach, Pa. | The meeting was presided over | JEFFEItSON |ted the formers son and daughter I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hoffman !by Mrs. Lyle Simpson. Attending | !and grandson Ricky Woods of i from other chapters were women ] R, in-law Mr .and Mrs. David Payne Wheeling, W. Va. and Mrs. Lalla from Front Royal, Winchestr and | ruBLISHING CO., Ii Sunday. Mr. Francis Stoat of Baltimore, Settle of Hagerstown, Md. recent-, Woodbridge, Vs. / / [] I I II I I IIIII Shop Our Store For Greatest Stop in and register for our duction in Our History. store prize, $1.00.00 in merchandise, Form Rubber Sofa of our -Now ........ The same Studio Wing Sofa & ~O the Prize of 9)0 given.away ,y 3-Pc.Modem t NO "Jefferson County's Finest Furniture Store" 2'13 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. COD -- No Phone Calls -- All Sales Cash -- No Returns or Exchanges-- Free STORE HOURS: THURSDAY 9 to 5----,FRIDAY 9 to ,9-----SATURDAY. 9 to_6