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'- - " =, n i " ' - uthern . tatp .; (Iffidai SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S I Ce iP 'roHli THU"S' ' U UST Z nOur ,-./ . The Busy Workers 4-H Club friends : , AmAd'r=n [neWh A had its annual banquet for the Mr. and Mrs. ~.p~,aat, un HiouauI~ Senior Citizens of the community of Florida have been i i . Thursday evening in the base- their son, Mr. and Mrs, n r -~-:-=--~ ment of the Baptist Church. Bullock and family. Jag r lall, ,i [ C0nll Those present who enjoyed the lock is home, ftom~tlie~ ~~ most delicious meal were Mr. after an operati.ota on her ~~-~~i: and Mrs. Thomas Lurry, Mr. and Mr and Mrs Lvle F~ :::~!~i::;i~i~:~!!~ ~i~:ik~ [ COUNTY SOFTBALL LEAGUE and he had an easy time of it as ~~~ Mrs. Charles Slsk, Mrs. Floyd Kim of Charles Town~ ~ii:!i!ii~:~:i~ii!i~::~!~!~k!~:~i: [ STANDING OF TEAMS Jttlians jumped on BaUenger for ~i Owens, Mrs. Charles Willis, Mrs. [Sunday afternoon ~ ~ ~ii:ii~!ii~!!':!!~i!~ [ [Team W L a pair of runs in the first frame J.S. Locke, Mrs. Mary Bruce[Bruce Furr Mrs"~/l~a~ i I~ " .~: : and stayed in front all the way. [~~f~~{ Furr, Mrs C. C. nenshaw, MisSiberger and her": 5~o~ ~~i! Dorothea Dillon and Miss Shir-i James Rodgers~ wel'e: ".~ [ [ Jt~, ues l~ 4 Run Evans hurled the Halltown " ,:,~ ~~ [[ J unanS 12 5 team to victory over Delmonico, ~~i!I~ ley Riley. [Sunday evening. - :":J~ ~~ [ [west rmtt ~u ~ but other details of the action ~~~~,~i~ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Curry ofI ~,;" .-~ ~~ [ i ~aycees ~ ~ were not available since the score ~~! Florida spent part of last week ] ~. H .*~, "il~ ~:~~ i[nall~wn 7 10 book could not be located. - iJ~~~ .with=Mrs. John Gardner. FridaY JUr ~U]PVI" ~I0~i~ l iWilts 56 ]1 The West Enders spotted the ~i Mr. and Mrs. Curry, Mrs. John [ ~ i i eLm mc .e Jaycees a two-run lead in the ~~::~ Gardner and Mrs. Florence Gard- I t a ~ ~~. ~ l[ ner visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert[ |$SHeQ [ [reagans,~ ~ first frame on a single by Funk- tso s~rolaht wands. [ [ ,"~,~.~,~ houser and a home run by Smith~~~ Sagers and baby in Waterford, t . . :L '~ ~:'~ I I o,~,-,~.~ ~ov~-o and then came on in the second ~~~ Va. Saturday, Mrs. Florence/Pr~,dir* D,nJctrv ~i~i~ [ [JuUans 20 Feagans 0 to take a 4-2 lead and stay in Gardner and Mrs. Louise Lung-[ ~" ~'~' " " 3 . [ [Kastle's 15 Wilts 3 front the rest of the way. The ~ii~ ,don were dinner guests of Mrs. i n~ ": ~~ [ I West End 10 Jayeees 7 Jaycees c~osed the score gap to John Gardner and Mr and Mr" I Sh~ Bill Curry at the Gardner home. ['town is one of 2~t~embe~ [ I Halltown 7 Delmonico 3 4-3 in the top of the fourth frame . " to pracuce aenustry in .I [ -- O -- on a home run ,by Ray Doyle, but ~ ' ' Barbara Wisenberg of Jeffer- [west Virginia 0~lversi~. [ [ GAMES SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 in the bottom of this same frame J.E. GIVENS ~on, Md spent last week with I of Dentistry Class of 15 [ [ HAIALTOWN DIAMOND the West End boys came up with J.E. Givens, assistant general her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ] will be issued licenseSden~ q~ ~~ De v F 1 six runs to all but clinch the vie- lmonieo s eagans :30 p.m. . [[W~t End Gulf vs Halltown ~'30tory. In thls run barrage the ," --- -- West Enders had back-to,back erative, has been elected to a one ~ Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and [ West Virginia'.~~,~,~'~'~]~ For the benefit of those people of Charles Town and Jefferson County who [ ~A~. ~.~.~ home runs by S. Hough and D. board of the American Institute Sunday along the Potomac withI BE WISE -- ADVEKJ II Heishman and a triple by K. of Cooperation. , may not nave me opportunity to see tne construction WOrK on our new and [ [ Wilts vs Jullans 1:30 Wilt Hough and Heishman each The American Institute of Coop ~ - " ~ "~. ,-r-is-no'^r-ictorial-ro "-^rt [ [Jayeees vs Kastle's 3:30 p.m. had "a hom-e run and two singles, eration (A/C) held its annual . I ~ t t ] ~ ~ ~ au-m~mern .mmutg nvamqu~ters, .v v ~ -= v v I [ -- o -- while Wilt had a trivle and a institute on the Virginia PolYteCfi ['~ ] ~ ~fo.~ ~[/ //" ~-~ orvsame. Construction has been moving along rapidly on new $400,000 J,[I ehaTh2n/oielsdhi fv v c nt ;eder J rr he attacK.Single' to* lead the West End Virginta,nic InstituteAugustCampus,5.7. Blacl burg |i "" building and the final completion date is set around Nov.ember 1, 1968, i County. Softball League was n, ar- The. Jaycees rallied for four Givens succeeds C. B. Ratch- I ' ' : ; ? o . I [rowed to just three teams ~unaay big runs in the seventh, but they ford, vice president for Extension I{',~r" ~F'~]~.N .~'~w~ f,~l~19 with bank officials noping to oe operating the anKing usiness xrom it I [ afternoorkwhen the west Easters were not enough Doyle and at the University of Missouri, who h [ 'AJ /1 Prfncess ICY the end of the ye tr. We hope to bring you another .p ress report ati redsa Tlh0e7 Iv~t ~Yr ;;:~ [h: Syicthe:aCh had two hits for the has just completed four terms as V i r '1 since chairman. . fl ! 1 L ,Jaycees'*four games back of the " al t rd te. 1 - - In the Kastle-Wflt battle, the [ i d wei ,~ .~ z agu leaolng r~ast e team anu . ~ ~ [with only four more regular sea- Kastle team came up with seven, callers ~unday evening of Mrs. [, I ~~~ ' [[son games to be played, they big runs in the second frame m Clarence Smallwood. Rev. John-[ [ ~i,x "" ~-/ { I [would have to win all of them go in front and coast t0 victory, son was an associate pastor of [ (-'[ [[and the Kastle team would have In this frame the Kastle team Jefferson Charge in 1967 is nOW [.' [~'~~~ I r ~ ~~~F~~ [[to lose their next four for them had a total of six hits, two of the associate minister at Ager [~ r]/~fl~~ |, ~ I~l~JL~d~, ~/l[b~l~ o--: [ [to even get a tie. them home runs, plus two walks Road United Methodist Church, [ |] "" ~ ~ ~~~ I #~|[|J~ -~ - : [ Kastle s, Julians and West End and a sacrifice. The home runs Hyattsville, Maryland where the i'" |" ~ ~ I[are all still battling right down were belted by Mike Kisner and congregation membership numb-[ ] ~ ilPi:Z lI.J - - -- IIto the final stages of the season J. Coulter. Kisner also had two ers fifteen hundred. Mrs. John-[, I ~t~ ]~"~ ~ ~ I'~U II= HW,~ ---,1 -- ,:-, : i[ for the league crown, with only other hits, one of them takhag son is active in the music depart-[, J ~~ l W. IL/l r *- : ----. ~ .~-= -" [[two games separating the third him,all away around the bases ment of the church. They both [,fir ~~4~~, / I ~ ~t~ -'-~" [ i Place West End team for the afterCa wild pitch occurred on a wish ~to express their deep re-[. [ ~~l L ~ -" - " " - ! [ [leading Kastle team and only one bunt he beat out, Mike Waiters gards .to their many friends of [ i~~ i [ game between Julians and Kas- also had three hits for the 'Kas- Jefferson Charge. Their address i " V - - - I I tle's tle team, a home run and two is 6635 Hlllandale Rd Che y/ i Paymg Interest On t:ertflitates Ut Depomt And [i Ail three teams canto through singles. Chase, Md * 20015. I i,C vin s .cco ,s I I in their battles SUnday to main Lanham was on the mound for l I I ~'~" ~' ~ ~ '~/~ l~J~ ~U ~ $ n ~t r'&*':~ "' ' [Itain their league pace, with the the Kastle team, and except for ~~ " l ~ [[Julian batsmen picking up the the sixth frame when Wilt's scor- =,-Llm stdecislvevict rya20"0de'edthreetimes, he was never in t[[T0Wtl ' =' " cision over the last plaee Feag- trouble, as he limited them to [11~ : m~A ~ i m t. -- ua. =~ ~ H =, ~ man an-'u fa~'il"-, ~ ] ans; Kastlea romping ,bver Wilts just six hrs." Lancaster took the Mrs Mary B. Furr ' ' " : ~p,i[| ~ 1 ~ H~" W ~ ~ V I ~ W ~ ~ ~.a r~" ~ ~, ,~ by a 15-3 score and West End loss for the Wilt team, g~ng up r' V Ill ~ |~ iu VV ~,# ~ V IIm If ' ~;~": ~'~ '~o~':;;~.'" ~".~1 edging, the~ Jaycees, by~ a 10-7 16 hits and 15 runs. E. Wilt Paint ~E "-=-7"- .: CROWN , 0 ou. u ==,ou ~=~ v,o,~o.ol o ~.a ~d ~r,~ =~ch had two with Mr a ' u Home Demonstration Club [ I I~C~/~ ~ ~ m w~,~, (FROM PAGE 1B) nd Mrs Captam Rodg e Wd ",ers a -"nu ~amny'" on "~unclay- "[ Ilerbie Furr hurled the Julian hits to account for all th "t The Leetown Home Demonstra. [ [I"~~"H/~ (~~; tttempting to make a .tackle And Washington s Red- - . " . I batsmen to their one-sided victor ; base blows, tion Club. will meet at the home [ [ how Curd m ht lvirs r lsie OOK ann son, skins, who put on another.pitiful s ' Sa ay "g,L le book Mrs Mildred Co le[ *,of Mrs. Robert Anderson for theirI // j./v 2 may be getting"some 'help in their weak offensive line if Y- 7. :. -- g . [ doun Uei-hts Va ' ' -ame on Aug 12 August ~eetin g Wednesday, Aug. [ I i tlM i 2; ~ ~; ' " w ann aaugnter ~usan, Mr ann t " they are successful m slgnmg John Tauten, ha was cutMrs Wa.vno O-ok w--~ -;,ra--, ~ Mr, and Mrs. Tommy Stewart I Out congratutahons are ,ex-: 21, With Mrs. Erllest Ware as co-~l~ I I ~ ~:~.~'?- i ~ 3~u~A~c ~leaidn~v~li~ll bY the Cleveland Browns last week.;. evenin',uestV " of J and children of Bakerton, Mm. i tended to:Sammy, G}aize, a for- hostess, at .31Z----" I I i :'Wo gr i a,tHl ' l For best cleaning---all ~- Ro= w-t,r~ ~- n=m,~, [Juanita Buzzard and daughter lmer resident of thts commu ty Regular preaching Service in t: I [ r bestclean|ng-~ll i jiffy-quick with a flick o1~. ~?~".~:~K~ and sons Keith and Brian at " IChristme of Stlver Grove werelwho attended the local schoo the Methodist Church Sunday| |l w .~di.l~g vo=lo, [ wristlCompact ai~PstoW~. ,"~ ~: ~ : . ' . " Celebrated Birthday I Sunday dinner guests of their [ school prior to his high school at- morning by the assistant pastor, [ |i i flat or standing. Super ten(~ea a gomg-away supper in , ]iV D I onor-f Mr Oharles Peter Brenda Chapman celebratedlparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph[tendance, upon his being se!ected Rev. Richard Wood, at 9:45; Sun- / II .I p0wercleansiftepdown lool, one urveo ono " as marshal of the F~reman s Pa ~'~I~VL'[~ U*~#Vl- [Whiteh+air, Jr, given by his her fourteenth birthday on Sat-JCogle [ . ~.'! -day School at 10:45. [. li o,oneturveaana :1intorugs, carpe~.Toe-touch I vrandnarents, Mr and Mrs Stan- uroay evening with a party given I mrs, riazei * tau s, mr. anu I ra e soon to De netu m tmaries Mrs. Lee Lupton and children [ 1[ slraigh! wund~ 1 on handle rams it off and ~,~t=~.u~,t I~;: ~.';~J "u "~ by her parents, Mr and Mrs [Mrs Eddie Myers and daughter[Town of White Post, Va visited Wed-i [ on. See it lodayl ~ ~. . ~, icy vvnltellalr ~LIL zaaxyt;x~ l'~tt~, " " " ' ' V * ~'~:~]~K'~:~~J'~ I an Wodn~ d" onina Patio, a~ Floyd Chapman Refreshments [ were visttors on Thursday e e- i Suffe.=-~ r~ A.vcident nesday with her parents, Mr. and i ' Mr Lyle Cook returned to hisI tl'e lS'~'nown, joine(~'*t~le l a fand were served ;o.f. cookies: potato J~ing of Mr and Mrs. ~.Davtd[ Mrs Elsie Gre- was unfortu- Mrs. Alton Grove. [ . ' ~ ~ home" on Thursday~ ' evenmg' after [left for trammg " on Monday," Au- cnips, mints, oirmaay cage, time i ~tauDs ann cnuctren in ~rune- inure Thursday" when" she received The A. & K Antique Shop has / l l~lllmtP! I Pl~nqlmlP@ n been opened on theSulphur S-endin" eIevei v months in Viet!- s-s, " sner, er . ann soaa. to rusty, "rerry, w,c,LU. S' a ueep mc,smn o* me ,runt o, . " [ J. rIu 31:tL rlilHJ; " ". f Mrs Elsie . Richard Jenkins, Leon enwell, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Staub o'~ ~ " [ Mr. and Mrs. Don White and Charles Longerbeam, Norma land baby were visitors with her ]her ie.g when she came n . bprmg ~oau. / . . ' ~=~ taam He ~s the son o ] con ,Ifamily attended the funeral of D ,~ I a ~.o W.n.o~hltact with a large thistle stubble. Mrs. Charles Willis of Alexan-i ,- FIRST IN HOME APPLI ",' ~ls'e x~uu~e~, u~e ~acr.y a.u ~- ~=.=,~, ---. ="" =" " "~ "~" " e dria, Va a fozaner resident of [ -= ,Weekend guests of Mrs, E ~ [hm brother,Robert White, on ~ ~ ~ T~,~,;, C [O,~*,~ ;, V h,w, Md i She was cut~ng weeds at th Leetown, .has been visiting Mrs. [ 300 W. Washington St. --- Charles Town, W ll were Mr and =,~ ~.~,~=,~, o=~,~ ,~ ~ ,~ ~, Cook an*d faro" y i Tuesday at Cumberland, Md. Rover and r~""aTM ~m'~e C*'ar-n I,time. The famtly physmian is at- ",~ sh- ~ m Floyd Owens and others friends IPHONE 725 5~1~ Mrs. Vacant Cook of near Wa [ We extend our deepest sympa- ~,s a e+~ ca, a [~~~ m~ ~,-,~.-~ =| tending her. Ten stitches were "~ "~ --- ~-~ --rs ' o, -. ~,~ ~ "~-=v-,=- ~,-, ~*~m~*~. - - .~ ,-~m~m~-~m, ~ : ~ . "1^-" .t. .I ch in the community. -- " " " . ~41gtol],1~. ,~ ~u. a.u m,r my to me White iamliy. h,~ h,~n,-o,l ~,o~ l~,-a,d~ ,-o I I ,-equ~reu w ~= u~ ~u~ wuuau, o~, Wayne Cook of the Boom y,| Mr and Mr~ Steve Cherry and ~-; ~ ;-o -; ~= i VAD! J~rdr~u~U kiL=~ isuffered qmte a loss of blood. ~ , Mr and Mrs Dougas Cook of]~ ~ ~en ff.r ^f No hCaro I l%n~L[lll~llllli~ I Mrs Ralph Gilbert, her daugh ~-~-= '- . u " xvir ann lvws rtov na man,=u- --=-- =,=, " ---' II fo i' , .runsw,ck, ivla car. ann ,rs. . ,- rn a t. their home on ". k" U ,iter Mrs. t'nyms eene, ner son I [ - --r ; wlu otduu~ a.u ~aus-~ x ~ i~ ~A~ '~-~'nm- after ~-endin ---: -- -~ I"- ---' "'-- ' "'~"'"~ "" "~'""""~"=, --"" " " "" ~ . z,*u~O~t=J us 8 oF e, ~dUlllllg gU12512:i OI L 11". itLl{l IVII-~. " " 's a Chestnut Hi, ll. ~ [several dayswiththe latter's Robert Chapman in Middleway =:-=lrecentlsltorsof.the f rmer d u first :Mr. and ~lr~ 'Robert Bracke.tt[[m ther' Mrs. HazelStaubs and Marlyn Dale Grove of the Navalt~l 18, Rev. Glenn[ghter'~M~rs'l= mao gr~an~sor~ uonme ot vtrgmla family statton at Anna ohs Md s ent " ~' ' " " " n " " P " P Stevens wil~l conduct Divine War- " Were Sund y:eventag ller.s upo I Mr and Mrs Gerald Castle and the weekend With his mother, ship Service at 9 ociock Church Mrs. Marshall Engle Lucas and Gom~ar" an(~ rdrs" rt war~ ~vernart" [ s n "Terry f B nsb r ' Md"Mrs" Mary" " g-Away SupperIwere Thursday evenm" g vtsitors ; famlI" Y. Longerbeam and ] Scl~ool. follows at 10 o'clock.[ [Miss Georgia Vest of Lewisburg,BiLl aoyer n.artes To uenn. Sjaoyer at ~torma nave neen wsit- ~~~~ ~ ~"~'~ Mr andMrs John Whitehair]with Mr and Mrs Floyd Chap- Mr and Mrs. Billy Chapman [ whose en~agement to Mike Bover [ Ors of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.B Yer :';.~ and ~'family of Leesburg, Va | has been~recently announced ~vaslJr. Shann0n.Park'They all attend ~ ~, :. ,:,~ .~,::,!,~.~' ----- were Friday evening guests ofla uest this uast week at thele, t.ne ~OCal.~tulaay cnool plc- ,qmUmUl/ipw t-~ - -,mc Mr ann Mrs.'r, aymona tmyer . Mr andMrs. Floyd Chapman andlhome of the latters grandpar-I ." . . . "-,-my . ,~ *'~ family l en+s ~r an-' Mrs C D Bo-,er i ot near beetown also attenueu G,> T-7"T [- ~ - "" " " ',' IIk ' ' ' ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter and'sr Shannon Park" Mike was onJthe picnic. ~'--* ~ .;---//-~ ~ ~A~ ," - " daughter, of Virginia, were Sat-[ leave from the" U.S. Armed l Mrs. Walter Hedrick and son urday evening visitors with Mr Forces,Kim of LaPlada, Md. were recent . and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and daugh-[ Ronnie Waiters of the Bloom-, visitors of her niece, Mrs. Bob . L ] ter Lucflle, Lucille went home,ery was a recent visitor at the [ Bush and family. Captain Walter 1 " * :- '," 1/. 1 with the Carters and spent Satur- I home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry i Heidrich U. S. A. is stationed in ' t' ?----'='-lr" Ik :]g, day night and Sunday. ! Clipp . Last Sunday the follow- [ Vietnam. Mrs. Heidtich, formerly " [ ~ ~ ' ~ ~ " ~ " " I" ~ ~ "~~+" ~ . ~ ~ . Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart|ing ~rere visitors at the Clipp[Miss Louise Pipes, often visited ' *" and two children were Saturday ] home: Sgt. Ray McQuinn, Mrs. I her brother, Mr. Elmer Pipes and " ' i " ,: : % . afternoon visitors of Mr. and I McQuinn, their three children of ] family when they resided here in "IWtAI'T icnDr.lCTi ; Mrs. Houston Fridley in Bolivar. [Manassas, Va Mr. and Mrs. Her-[the vicinity / IIk/IlUL/. ,* Ir 15th Bhl v i bert LuTe of Arlington, Va and I Visitors, from Sunday through " l immediate members of the faro-l Wednesday at the home of Mr "HONE.r * *,: TAKE AL 6" a HOMETOWN"' rm MISS rtene vernar[ celeorat-," ~* * ' "-- ' -- :-- -- -=-= - ~ - ' g~, oa he 1 ~,~ hi,~hda, ,~ ~,-iaa,r l land Mrs. Melvin Rissler and Dm- " -= -f- -- = - - Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anders i nne were Mr. attd Mrs. Wayne ' =. ~ ] -. v--~, ~ J * xa d i " 725-2046 or 725-2047 . T U ---- - - . [ and three chd,dren of Ale n ra,[Lancaster, Kyle and Kevm of I 'F - - ---- -- - - ner pa "" "" w " 1" r t "'" f va ere vls mrs oi ne$ ep. L eyser. ,Everhart. Refreshments o s ' " h mi-+ ifather and mother, Mr. and Mr .] Mtss Sue Eli0n Mercer, aceom- / n c- ,L: ~ ----~a o = .o ,~ viOral B. Hughes, Avon HIL 0 |painedby ller ttlother, Mrs. How- FO. ' *' 4) 4i'df --~I~ ~ . (~.~;'~ - ----- -- .=- " er" i Sunday. They attended the Sufi. [ ard Busll s entL the past weekend r " " " ' FURTHER , ~'~----- ---~='---=--- " ~ ho,~ --,~ + Dar-an I day School picnic. Marcia, KaY lw th the iatter s dauShter, Mr. ~~~r - - n Md Mr and Mrs Jer~'' Everhart [ and Bobby re)named for a w t [ and Mrs. Walter BUrdick, Elkms. ' T~l~[l~r - - - == - --'-- .*,:~' .~.: .~ ~ ~;~ "ft a. a-d i with their grttndparents. [ George Nelson and friend Larry INFORMATION ~ - Fl - rlrl- - ~a~" ",~ /~ ~'~*Us,~="l~Ii''-~-~ ~'~'-"~kin"s'"Dian'e [ Eddie Seal, an employe of Hall-I Bell and Sherry Burdick returned v "--alll~t~k ~ :~a' YT-~t-;~"~--,~" r~b, -n'l town Paperboard Company, is on [ home with Sue Ellen for a visit. L SUBSCRIPTION RATES -- 9 Months - $3.50 "v ,?, s, "[vication . / i Mrs Joshua Clil P spent the arc, t;naries Longeroeam, Tom- " . . " " ' --" ~'-" *'s L^ i" Staubs Sha ! Bob White is near compleh0nlweekend with her daughter, Mrs. " (Plus 11 cents Tax in W. Va.) ~-~ ~-~ave 'Bren~ aron'Stevel f adding a 16x~ foot livirigtArthu~ Bush, Charles Town. ' . :. / ~*~:.~ |-UI| q~lU,~ Ot|," " " S n |& 181,-. m,a al*nn [room and an ttPstairs bedroom of| Mr. and Mrs. Remhart John o n| 9FUIm u-w. uv& 15"tmq5 mua. jo le:isimitar dimensions, a roof over[daughter Jacque of~, Front Royal L ' " " " " " M M " '': ' ' " """ "-' I the entire house and a front l were visitors Saturday of the for ' " Use This Convenient Form . " {~ gOT ~0 OUr mr. ~oger t~om, ~vtr. azm mr. . SWill Ralv Co-le Mrs John White-[porch. Later the dwelhng w!]ll mer s sister, Mrs. C!arenee Small- 2 D.: I receive a pebble dash frdlsh. H Si wood. Jacque remained several "'WSt lHl@g" UII 110St l%'lg ll na r ,a.rm rl'ene i brother Nelson, has constructed a I days with her aunt and attended,TO: SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON.ADVOcATE , arid the nurtured guest. ~r n - received man nice -ifts i new front porch to his home. i the Sunday Schol picnic along ! PLEASE SEND SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTION TO I [ & " " I Mrs Mary Mart her grandsonl with Laura ,and Stuart Wolford. - ~ Sunday ~ ho01 lqeuie, i Donald Sayer of ,Chicago are vJs James Myers of Silver Spring, Md. [ ' ' ",[, - " nl a R,P ~ @ The First Born Church heldits [ iting the former s son-irdaw and[ was also a visitor Sunday and a K L I: Sunday School picnic on Satur-i daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David,attended the picnic. [ NAME : : : :'= [ ,~ #'1 m, ~ day at the Jefferson Memorial,Yarbower ahd son Bobby.I Mrs. Ernest Cltpp and ,her dau- ' " f "~lkdl~Ak~ il ~ Park in Charles Town. Mr. and] Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman 0fighter Mrs. M. Lee Adams, Jr. [ COLLEGEL . .' ij |w |t Mrs. *John Wilson, Sr and faro-[ Winchester, Va were overnight/Jefferson Ave Charles Town [ City "' -" . State ' i "'" ":; I [,ily, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle [ visitors Wednesday of her grand-[ were callers Sunday afternoon at I I II liSUIUK in vJ and family, Mr. and Mrs. lph[parents: Mr. and-Mrs. Thomas[the home of Mr:arid .Mrs. Wi!lard I I ~ Cogle and daughter of SitverlrenwetL ~rea reportea mat, m'lWhite. Mr. wrote wno nas oeen Plane 725.7510 . . . Grove attended and Mr. and Mrs./father, Mr. Fred Everman, who[on the sick list contlnues to inn- " " CHECK( ) or MONEY ORDER ( ) ENCLOSED i I ~-- "WATOMm r- Paul Carter and daughter of/was the twenty,sixth patient to[prove L==~====.=,=',~= . --. ' OIL NEAT JIIURVle8 Hamilton, Va Mr. and Mrs. Mar- [ receive a heart transplant,] Rev. Robert Johnson, Mrs. John - ana famtly0f Lou- planlaed tO attend a baseballlson and daughter, Betsy, were