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Charles Town, West Virginia
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r,- , 7 ,, :~- - -~ ~ / Bank personal loans are available for any worthwhile purpose.., and, as you repay, you build valuable bank credit standing for the future. What more could you ask? Get your personal loan here now! Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Smallwood. Misses Gaselia Small- Mrs. Julia Viands Mr. Leonard Frills of Charles Town was a caller on Wednesday with his sons Messrs Melvin and Nelson Frills. Mr. Fritts had just returned from a vacation in Miami, Florida where he had ace- ompalned his and dau- ghter, Doctor and Mrs. Joe Cain of BerryviHe. Mr and Mrs. David Hough of Berr~vil.le was a caller on Wed- James Dailey near Town. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fritts and father, Mr. Leonard Fritts, spent several days last week on their vaca.tion in Atlantic City. Miss Patsy Rissler, Misses Judy Carr, Mary Harris and Karen Berke, all of Washington, D. C., ~ent Sunday with Patsy's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughters. Miss Dianne Collis of Leetown spent Sunday night :with Miss Susan Rissler. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts were in Winchester on Sunday and had supper with friends and on S~turday they spent the eve- ning with friends in Brunswick, Md. Miss Judy Shirley of Middle. nesday with Mrs. Julia Viands, their son David is in the Army and stationed in Viet Nam, they had just received a letter from him and he was doing fine. way was a caller on Sunday after- Mrs. Maude Smal,lwood and son noon of Mrs. Nelson Bush. Marvin and his twin daughters Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hodges and spent the day Saturday with the nephew Gregory Viands of Kear- formers and daughter ney~ille were callers on ~$aturday Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plainer and afternoon of Mrs. Julia Viands. grand sons David and Irvin in Thby were on their way to North Hedgesville, [Carolina on a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Myers!They were going to spe d Satur- and two sons of near z~earneys- day nLgl~t with his brother in An- vitle were Monday evening ealI-nandale, Va.. Sunday callers ers with their brother-in-law and were Mrs~ Donald Hovermale and sister, Mr. and Mrs. NeIson Bush. '~wa children of Leetown, Mr. Mrs. Agnes Nackerson and Ronnie Robison of Charles ToWn, grand son Mr. John Popkins and Miss Judy Shirley of Mid~eway, wife were callers on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and her daughter, Mrs. Alice Conners son jackie of Ronmey and Mr. near Bal,timore, Md, , and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Mrs. Barbara Howard and child I B~oomery. ren returned home from a visit[ Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smailwood to her parents near Washington ~ anc~ two sons of Falls Church, Va., D. C. on Friday. [ v~ere Sunday callers on the for- wood and sister Linda of Charles 2own spent Thursday night with their grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Garland ttenry visited friends in Winchester, Va., on Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Hail Thomson of Manassas, Va., have moved to a house at Murrell tlill. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Armstrong and son Johnaie spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Dunsan in Brus- wick, Md. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Marvin and daughters, Linda and Gaselia, were callers Monday eve- ning on her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and fam- ,ily in Ransom Mrs. Francis Smallwood has been on the sick list. Private Glenn ~iands of Fort Eustis, Va., spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. ttis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son Jackie of Romney joined him on Satur- day. In the evening with Mrs. Jt~.ia Vands they were supp~ guests of her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shir- ley and family, near Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. MHt6n Pol)kins of Kabletown were Friday evening callers on fheir daughter, Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daugh- ters, Joyce and Bonnie. Misses Jane, Pat and Susan Rissler and house guests, Miss Judy Cart, Mary Harris and Miss sPm TOr ErrEnSO FARMEtl AD ;OCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 11. 1966 --,,, Karen Berke, all of Washington, D. C., and Miss Dianne C~liis of Leetown spent Sunday afternoon in Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engle and son of the Bloomery spent Sun- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner and family in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillow and son were also callers. Mrs. Ray Marcas and son and daughter of Winchester, Va., are spending the week with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of Warrenton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha and! visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. Richard and daughter Vicky spent afternoon with her Margaret Gayhart and Ranson. Griffith Descendants To Have Reunion At Bardane Center The descendants of Martin and Susan daughter of Middleway Mr. Floyd hold their 8th annual Milton and son Kevin of Millville, Sunday, Aug. 14, Mr. and Mrs. John Creamer and ll2:30 in |he picnic area daughter of Ranson and Mr. Ray!Bardane Community Marcas of Winchester, Va. ,was announced this week. Mr. Baker and two friends of family has been asked to near Bunker Hill, Mr. and Mrs. along a picnic lunch. Soft will be provided free. Attend Church This Look for BLUE RIBBON in the"stay.fresh" bag ! CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ALWAYE FIRST QUALITY Remember! You Can Charge It At Penneys. A CO TY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 !\i Newest hortee Now! marvelous swingy ,. xerts-- blouse' lumper A-lines, eats sets for g=rls What a buy! Towncraft Great savings! Carol Evans I Belted or ne,v no waist. Swingy outfitsof Dao [ T-shirts, briefs for boys cozy knit undies for girls [ band look! all plaids, ranv polyester/cotton. solids! 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