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' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARYIER'S ADVOCATE I federal fund being involved. I Hoak and Doroihy Bowcr . r " T ~ 9 A ~q The renovating work i~ expect- Visitors on Saturday evenin- TtILRSDAY, AUG[ST I.), I. 68 . --- I ' -,* I . led to be completed within lhe with Mrs. Nathaniel Gray were ,t ne t week or ten days and then Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and children, lhmna AnArAwe IdamaJ for. the n~w It~rpers Ferry post-]after that to get the school back Marili, Vivian and ,leer of Mill- a#~unt, ~uuvul, rv~ iluunn~u office haxe been compmted, but in operation as soon as the quail- ville, Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Dinges no site has as yet been selected fled and necessary personnel can and sons Ricky. Sonny and Scotty Chairman For for it. be secured. ~of Charles Town, Mr. anti Mrs. There was some talk about Present plar(s of the Associat- Robert Linton, Mrs. Lawrence late atio al erecting the new postoffice on ion are to work with children up Linton and Miss Shelly iAnlon, a land located belween the fire hall to 17 Or 18 years of age. It is Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gray, Mrs. Ir- and the municipal building, but hoped that the school will be in ring Gray and son Robbie, all of Duane Andrews, general man-q no action was taken: ~,peration five days weekly dur- Ranson, and Mr. Terry Penwel] ager of Ranson Products, Inc In a discussion on the problem '1 i~g the morning l~our.~, of ttalltown. who has long been active in Lion- of weeds in the communily, ism locally and in the district Councilman Smallwood said he l - l Mr. and Mrs. W. E Clevenger, and a past-president of the Char- was having weeds mowed on the Im~:~:~:eJIl~-:;:~!t?~llg~ Mr. and Mrs. Alec t.'ostello and daughter Mary Lane, and Miss les Town Club, has been namedstreets and that he plans to ask Rebecca Blackford spent last as Zone Chairman of Lions Int- the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad to week visiting Mr Clevenger's sis- ernational, District 29-1, Region 1, remove weeds along Potomac Zone 1, and also a member of street to the station. Mrs. Bernard Ott ter and brother-in-taw, Mr. and Mrs. Ural Carland in Ashville, the District Governor's Cabinet. Mayor Wheeler was also asked ~l~.:.~g~.~?~;~:=.~,~l~.':;.~K~,q~:~ N. C. While there they visited Mr. Andrews will coordinate to contact Marvin Brooks, man- district level projects and the ager of the General Telephone Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell many points of interest includ- Community Service efforts of lo- Company concerning a new tele- and children, Judy, Jeanne, Lin- ing the Cherokee Indian Reserva- ell clubs within the zone. [ phone franchise. " da, Terry, and Mrs. Nathanieltains.ti n in theMr. Greatand SmokeYMrs. CarlandM Un" One of the most active mem-l I Gray attended the Itill reunion sen~l their regards to all their bets of the Charles Town Lions ~, ~ l tast Sunday at Morgan's Grove friends here in Jefferson County. Club, Duane recently received a, Jvll~Ql~WaV"'--------w [Fairground near Shepherdstown. Mrs. Joe Selove and children, year, perfect attendance award ] Mrs. Douglas Bowers and son Meg, Terri, and Ramon, of Day- and is currently Chairman of theI FROM PAGE 1--A I Mark and daughter and son-in- ton, Ohio, were Saturday over- Finance and Budget Committee. t with the work that had already law, Mr. and Mrs. William Ste- night guests of Mrs. Nathaniel yeas, of Glen Burnie, Md and Gray. He has served as Past SecretarY ~ been started, but if possible, to grandsons, Timmy and Kenny Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy and Past President of the club an- "t and is a member of the Jackson exp.a tt on ~ . ~ es were br u h- ! Muse, and Bruce Bowers spent and daughter, Michelle, were Perks, Post 71, American Legion i ~ ~me new :za~,;, ,~,~ AsZ, g~t Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sunday dinner guests of his par- and Past Chairman of Jefferson t.~ ,~"~. ".~'?"~ . " " Meier eits, Mr. anti Mrs. Marshall Me- County Manufacturers Associat- mnluas m.ci?rp r:~e~) an~c~ ge~lo Mrs. Gentry Muse and son and Ahoy, Sr and son Marshall, Jr. ion; Treasurer and Director of lera new ~sw ." "" l daug~ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Visitors in tthe afternoon were L i ," t O ne s me project. Fox ake tI IL Proper y w r t ~, ~ m ~ R H Har.~est, IHugh Muse, of Leesburg, Va Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Association; .lunic, r Chamber of '~" ".'.'~"?RL~:' "'"'" h '~72"is- spent Tuesday evening with her Karen, Timmy and Kenny of Commerce" has been a S e ialt ~rs ataen fainter ann Jo n rt - ~ ~3 '; . "~; - .Pet,' I sler" were added to the board of son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Halltown. oeputy ~nertH; muustriax r~nu- / Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Mr and Mrs. Martin Grimes en- tertained at their home near Karen, Timmy and Kenny. cation Teacher: Audio Visual Di- infectors a~g ~a.(~nbet:n cO~IC~nr~ rector; High School newspaper a,n~ others: o " Y g Mrs. Elmer Wright accompa- Charles Town on Sunday after- editor; College Freshman Class ime,' ac',~'~'l~?'~'~,~, c, [nied Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Jen- noon in honor of their son Jim- President.; College itdman Relat-I : ~."" ~" .". ~ -j"'~'~'~.~ kins and Mr. and Mrs. Charles mv's sixth birthday. Those help- ions Council member; and Night l ha.s mrs. ramtere?,as [Eaton anti son to Westminster, ing him celebrate were his grand- . .~ ~TtlCKey were na u - Manager of an A~rman, Service h-iMd" on Thursday to attend the mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Club in Anehma-e Alaska He mmee to Hnu a teacher xor t e ~' ;~ . ~ ~.', ,L-L ,~2": ~ I school. This group is still trying funeral of Mrs. Shirley Shaffer Mrs David Penwell and children, um gr,~uu~tv woJ-,~ at ure omv~-- . e-the'- and and her little daughter, Kathy Judi', Linda and Terry, all of sity of Illinois and Norlhern Ill. ]~o locaze, a qua mmut ac r . . Ann, who were killed in an auto- Itatltown, Mrs. Joe Selove and ~nois University, then started his IPers ns mterestea.snOm~nCt~me?Ct mobile accident. After the fu- children, Meg, Terri, and Ramon, industry career as Department any mernt).er ~ tins feral ,;t .(n,~ neral they had lunch with Mr.of Dayton, Ohio, Laura, Beth and Foreman with Mid-West Pak Cot- '~- "~.~ ~". ?"~"and Mrs. Clarence Kibler in I,ulu Winger of Shep.herdstown, poraUon. He then went on to be ~)f the ~uimlng was gFen a tac~. Spring Mill, Pa. Bruce and Danny St. Clair, Clair- mung through me e~orts ot vo plant foreman with Normandie " Mrs. Bernard Ott was a dinner ville, Ohio, Mrs. Daisy Longbrake Cap Division of Standard Pack- unteer labor. Then attention was ag|ilg Corporation and finally the turned to the task of making the guest of her son-in-law and and son Jimmy of Letersville, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs Mrs. Harry Dinges and sons plant manager of Ranson Prod-interior more suitable, and more Anders and children, Terri, Jef- Ricky, Sonny and Scotty, Mrs. ucts, Inc manufacturer of child-convenient, for use as an educat- ten and adult picture puzzles,' ion center. And under the dir- frey and Timothy, of Charles Randy Crites and daughters Toni games and Children s card games, ection of Mr. Hardesty and Mr. Town. Miss Terri Whitmore was and Wendy, Sharon Manuel and He has been with Ranson Prod- Paul Grove, this task was started, also a dinner guest in the after- Tony Chichirchi, Charles Town, N.e~ since 1962. He is married Some of the materials used in this noon. Mrs. Anders, her mother, Mrs. Irving Gray and son Robbie ~,d the father of four children, work were donated by the Whit- and Tinmthy spent the afternoon of Ranson, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli more Lumber Company and some in Martinsburg. and children, Vivian and Jeer of Mrs. Paul Miller, St Mrs. Paul Millville. Delicious refreshments of the labor was also donated. ,~ BI~B Two classrooms large enough Miller, Jr and Miss Sharon Mill- of birthday cake, popsicles, potato U for comfortably handling at least er, all of Charles Town, were vis- chips, pop, mints and candy were 12 children in each have been itors of Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- served the guests, tiappy birth- fldewalk Clothing well and children, Judy, Jeanne, day Jimnay. provided. A large work room for the children which can also be Linda, and Terry Thursday eve- i T B F id used as a meeting room for the ning. ~t Robed D I Sa e 0 e r ay Association, tins been provided. Mrs. Lee Sipe, Mrs. Helen Bow- 0 man There are two rest rooms for the ers and son Steve, and Gene Car- The outdor sale of both new children arid school personel. A perMuseOfandCharleschildren,TOWn,Karen,MrS.TimmyAiton Gets Army P~ot]oa and old clothing which is being kitchen had been constructed to and Kenny, spent Thursday at held as a benefit to raise funds the right of the front entrance to liquidate the debt on the Hill- ~ and to the left of the entrance is Beverly Beach, Md. iary House in Charles Town, will the school office. Tllere ks a back Mr. and Mrs. William Honk vis- Ft. Bragg, N. C. - (USATCI) -- take place Friday, Aug. 16, in the door to the building which leads ited his brother, Mr. Roy-Honk, Army Private Robert A. Doleman Hill-Dale Shopping Center area. into a rather sizeable area that who is a patient in the Winches- son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dole ter Memorial Hospital, on Friday. man of Rippon. W. Va. has achier And all organizations that have can be utilized as a play area by Mr. Honk is recovering from a ed accelerated promotion to the been utilizing the facilities of the the children, heart a~ttack, rank of Private E-2 while under- Hilliary House are urged to make Modern lighting and heating Mrs. Raymond Selepack and going basic combat training re- donations of clothing or cash to ~voems have been installed, as daughter Catherine, of Balti- cently. this project. Clothing must be we~l a~ a 1.000 gallon septic tank more, Md spent Saturday eve- delivered to the sale spot in the to handle waste from the build- ning with Mr. and Mrs. William ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Shopping Center by no~ later ing. than 9 a. m. Friday. Somq $6,000 has been spent to date irl remodeling and renovat- NoFederal.-- ing Ih~ building, and of this amoun1~ about $4,000 bad already been raised through voluntary FROM PAGE 1--A contributions, and fund-raising matter no action was taken, projects which have been carried , Residents of Ridge street pre- on by the association. A beq~uest seated a petition to Council ask- of $1;000 which was left to the W H E ing for priority in having Ridge Grace Church by the late Mrs. street paved, with Putman street C. H. Macoughtry, was turned to be given second priority in over lethe Association for use in paving. No action was taken on the School of Hope. the petition other than to table All of this work has been done i,t. the group says without one penny Council was also told by Coun- of state or federal funds, and it is ciiman Walter Jenkins, that he the htrpe of the Association to had been informed by Congress- continue to develop and operate man Harley Staggers that plans the school without any state or t, AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES IN CHARLES TOWN. RANSON, JEFFERSON COUNTY AND OTHER TOWNS IN NEARBY VIRGINIA & WEST VIRGINIA. ASK YOUR FAVORITE NEWS STAND DEALER TO RESERVE A COPY FOR YOU EACH WEEK . . . Attend your Cooperative's -- Annual CHARLES TOWN Colonial News-Stand --- Moffett's Drug Store Paul's Super Market -- Miller's Meat Markel White's Super Market -- Peoples Drug Store Acme Market -- IGA Food.Market Manor Conklyn's Grocery Store RANSON Ranson Grocery --- Sanitary Grocery HARPERS FERRY * This year it's !he "BIG DAY" that helps mark Butts' Drug Store -- Towne Market Southern States Cooperative's 45 years of serving Lemon's Grocery farmers with quality seed, feed, fertilizer and farm supplies. Come and vote to elect new leaders, take part in a brief business meeting, win prizes, enjoy refreshments. Bring the family, bring a neighbor and take home the farm supplies you need. DATE: Thursday, August 22, 1968 TIME: 10:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. EDST Business Meeting: 2:30 P. M. to 3:00 P. M. EDST PLACE: Southern States Charles Town Coop Inc. SHEPH RDSTOWN Shepherdstown News Agency JEFFERSON COUNTY Fritts' Grocery Store -- Johnson's Store Kearneysville Esso --- Locke's Store Welsh's Store -- Hendriek's Store Ott's Grocery --- Stokes' Grocery BERRYVILLE, VA. Charles Town Cooperative RANSON, W. VA. -- 725-2212 or 7259564 Berryville News Agency MARTINSBURG Berkeley News Agency -- Bunker Hill Grocery Newton D. Baker Hospital 7 YOUR FEIENDLV HOME-OWNED MAIRKET U. S. INSPECTED ,! P OZ llbi Ib Sl 9 P OZ P OZ P OZ P OZ P OZ P OZ oz CaBS 3-1 .~ 13 oz cans MAXWELL HOUSE I 1 li OZ i oz cans (1-Bottle Kraft Low-Calorie Italian Dressing FREE) (Plus State Tax) 8-oz. bottle h gal 'h gal OZ cans /: