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Mrs. Marianna Smallwood W.S.C,S. Report Mrs. Allen Kibbler entertained the I~abletown W.S.C.S. at her home in Jefferson Village on Wedne~y night, Aug. 10, begin- rdng at 8 o'clock. Nine members were present as Mrs, Robert Sow- era, president, called the meet- ring to order. The lesson, "Where ,the Women Are," was used with A w5' intere n$ article wasparent , ?Jr. and Mrs. How- ?Jemor;al Park. printed in the- July 17 edition of/ ard O. Bush t'hat he was promot- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ' service. the Charleston Gazette Mail-State ed on August 11 to Sp. 4. ! El~mr Di.l,low, Dry Bridge Farm, Death of Mr. Kellison magazine, "The Dark and Busy Dianne Rissler had as house were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Laruet This comnmnity lost a life-long World of Albert F. Good," writ:-guests last week Misses Mary and fami~ of~e~;aCharles Town,] friend on Tuesday when death ten by A. L tIardman. It was of Margaret Conrad and April Mr. and rs. i " m Sowers and great interest to many of this i Brookman of'Charles Town. family of near ttanover, Pa. claimed Leslie Kellison. Les, as he was known, was a real good community as Albert F. Good is Rex, Thomas Subock of Anna-I Mr and Mrs Charles Mobley friend and neighbor; keeping the husband of Martha Walter who spent her girlhood days here with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Walter and her sis- ter, Mar),';, now Mrs. Frank Tem- ple of Winter Garden, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Good are the parents of three children, Mary Frances, Walter and Sarah Lou. OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE i are proud parents of a fine dough- THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 ter, born on Saturday, Aug. 13, polls, Md., accompanied by his' and family of Middleway, Mr. and ~ much to himself he lived alone. sun, Buddy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Elliott and daughter Everyone loved and liked him. Thomas Wolford on Friday. Bud- of Summit Point were visitors Les was ill for several years and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Elliot.t of near Myerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor and family of near RockviHe, Md. spent Saturday with her uncle, Mr. MarshaLl Thompson. spent the 'last few weeks with his sister, Mary Staubs, in Charles Town. He will be greatly missed. Mr. Charles Grove was a pa- tient in the Charles Town Gen- dy remained for a week's visit. During the severe wind storm of last Friday a 12' x 32 wooden stove upright silo was blown down on the Dry Bridge Farm tenanted by Elmer Dillow. at the Charles Town General Hos- pital,,weighing eleven pounds and eight ounces. She has been named Me,~illa Ann. Mi'. and Mrs. Robert Brackett of Virginia were guests on Thurs- day evening of Mrs. Annie Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever- hart. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and sons were supper guests on Sunday of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitehair in Harpers Ferry. They all en- all members participating. A. Mrs. Thomas Penwell has been Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and Miss Rhonda Roderick of Brun- eral Hospital for several days. compass was represented with on the sick list this past week. I two daughters, Carolyn and Con- swick, is visiting her grandma- Mrs. Ado Cogle is a patient in each of the eight points having a Mrs Howard Bush became ill nie Sue, Mr and Mrs Geo e ther, Mrs. Elmer Roderick. ~fic meaning such as Church, "" . I . . rg : the Charles Town General Has- while attending the SundaY[Dodge, Mr and Mrs Orrie Dodge ~ pitM and a.t this writing is very Chart, Change, Community, School picnic on Sunday. Bot.h~j enjoyed a "motor trip on Sunday, ~~th'x2~::~:::~'~ ill. We join in praying for Ado L nrlstima, Citizen, Commission morns were attenoeo oy mew,August 7. They crossed the Bay for a speedy recovery and better Challengaend aTheYmi;~e.~ev e;s family physicians. We are glad'Bridge near Baltimore and en- health. largetl n .tYmen to report they are feeling much joyed sightseeing along the way. ...... a Mr and Mrs Robert Brackett ano yn now. nr. s,a, wo .-.. better at this wrfling. [ iss Barbara Johnston of near mrs. n Vir .ir i w re -est Wednes- :for~ 2 herare the responslt)~ . Vicki, Carol, Frank and Terry[Charles Town was an overnight '~~-:~~