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O 0 O0 o ,+ ++ .~ the home of Mrs. Bonn W. Crim kie Gardner and daughter of iMrs. L. E. Wiltshire. ployers seeking accountants. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAmVtaS LOCAL-PERSONAL HEws IN AND ABOUT were her son-in-law and daughter Charles Town were supper guest Mrs. Helen Himes and Miss The address of Mr. Myers, Em 2--A THURSDAY, AUGUST. 24, SU~ MIT Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff of Saturday evening at the Gardner Blanche Moore of Harrisburg, Pa. ployment Director, is P. O. Box U- l-J ur_ v_Lj_, land D. Waiker':Tabler, b }01 4T Charles Twn and their sen and hme" Mrs" J" Frank Gardner was I was visitrs f Mr" and Mrs" T" 445' Charles Twn' W" Va" Tele" ~-- -- daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Wil also a guest. + iE. Lake on Saturday afternoon, phone 491-W. liam Huff and their five children The Blue family had ,a picnic Mr. Charles Gary billow of AI- I"111. AHU M ~. |dU ~[ i Shepherdstown and six By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 of Rapid City, S.D. Tuesday evening on the'lawn at Jexandria, Va. spent the weekend V|,~Ln~,- I~m|h, IJ~,,~ + I children. Colonel and Mrs. J. T. Crane the home of Mrs. 3.S. L~0cke's. with Mi~. and Mrs. T. +W:Dill6W lf;nlg,~ ,-ulllll][ llo,ig Observed 40tb Wedding I ..... : ,~ a Jr. of "Mt. Ellen' 'returned home Other guests included Mr. and lSr. I The Rey. and Mrs. Arthur Kerr ion Monday evening of last week the first of the week from avis- Mrs. Robert Blue, Mr. and Mrs. [ Mr. and Mrs. David Hough Annll/ij Rellfljan Ifl " IShepherd $ dent and 3 sons, John, Peter and lat the home of Wallis Anne and it with friends at a camp site Charles Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Vic-land son David of Bcrryville, Va. " ........ A~n|Yers~ry At Home I A James who have resided in Sum-lSue Snyder with about seventeen near Lewisburg, W. Va. tor Blue and family, Mr. and Mrs. I was Sunday guests of their dau- ,L . ~*" - - Dean s inted mit Point for the past. 14 months I in attendance. The meeting" was+ Mrs. Thomas Lemen had visit- Marion Blue and family, Mr. and I ghter and son in-law Mr. and Mrs. na0ersTown ~|~ rarK nniversary, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. II'. r ..... L.% -n--.J left the past weekend to return [opened by singing "West Virgin- ing with her on Saturday hei" sis Mrs. John Poland, Mr. and Mrs. [Frankie Longerbeam and daugh- a Observing their 40th weddingI PLY-: , to the formers home near Bos-lia Boys and Girls" followed'by ter Mrs. John Hendricks of Shep John Gardner and family, Mr.]ter Tracey. I Descendants of the late Mr. Tabler received 255 guests, relat-IlO I=][I~I,U|IVI~ DUdI'U ,ton, Mass. Mrs. Kerr and her sons I the 4-H pledge. Devotions were herdstown. Also visiting at the and Mrs. Warren Collis and famI Mr. and Mrs Edward Ryman and Mrs. William Vickers gather- ices and friends from Charles[ + left on Friday. Rev: Mr. Kerr re- I led by Jane Goodell who read Lemen home i~ Miss Jeanne Lem fly, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starliper I and daughter lVliss Juanita Ry- ed in their annual reunion Sun- Town, Martinsburg and neighbor- I Student Dean Dr. Orm en who is on vacation from the and son and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy I man was Sunday dinner guest of day, Aug. 13 in City Park in Ha- ing communities at their home at IHarry o Shp~erd Collel maining here until Sunday tolfrom Second Thessalonians 3:10, Winchester School of Nursing. Locke. IMr Otto Ryman and daughter gerstown, Md. with a picnic lun- Billmyers Mill, near Shepherds-lappointed ~o theExecutiw hold final services at the Church l 13 of the Holy. SPirit" and GraceI The roll was called and the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton Mr. Roy Furr of nagerstown, lMiss Maida Ryman of Reason. ch served at 12:30 p..m. Invocat- to~n, Sunday, A.ugust 13. I mittee of the W~st Virgini spent the weekend in Portsmouth, Md. was a caller with his mother I Other dinner guests were Mr. and mn was given by Reginald Ymk- - ......... i octagon at a rece~ tmurcn at mmmeway. [minutes of the last meeting were rom z to a m me atternoon J ance Ass ...... ann Y ano ~ in the evening, Mrs. I...-. .: + ",'... " .~ Mrs. Butcher Fatally Injured I read by Sharon Smallwood. Wal- Va. where they were guests at Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Saturday lMrs. George Morrison and son,ers. H I-I T,~hrnn~ ~nd Mr~ ~rl V'olr ling Ot tl~e ASSociation in L Friends here were deeply shock I Its Anne Snyder gave a financial the home of their son-in-law and afternoon. I Freddie and Mr. and Mrs. Nich- I Oldest persons present were ............................ ~--- ton, it has been announce ed at the news on Thursday mar- I report and announced that a con- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Mr. I ols of Charles Town. It was a sur Mrs. Olivia Munday of Roanoke, ers, roster of Mrs. Tabler, welcom I ed t~uortr at the dot~r [Harry attended a worksho[ ning that the Reverend and Mrs. ltribution of $20.00 had been Pannell. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson Jr., Misses lprise birthday dinner for Mrs. Ed Va.; Allen Hawkins of Wardens- -Th- .... .......... - .,. ling program on the use o Samuel Butcher and their child- I made by the South Jefferson Rur Mr. artd Mrs. Lawrence Anders Gail Slusher, Diane Collis, Lois I ward Ryman and her daughter ~ ville and Holland Howser, Mary- ey were serveo weomng i com~ete~ at ""e ......... :' ren Cynthia and Timothy had [ Ran Club toward the expenses of of Brownsville, Md. were Sunday Ann Brewer, Jerry Wilson and [ Miss Juanita Ryman. I land. Traveling the longest dis- cake, cookms," nuts, mints" and ru [versitV ~Mor antown** ~ wrgm+,Au_ by punch from the dmmg room I The nur- .... th~, ,,t.oh~ visitors at the home of Mr. and Jimmy Edwards all enjoyed a pic~Vaeation Trip I tance was Miss Thelma Athey, " " Y' g ' g been involved in a two car col-I the members who atteladed court Mrs. Howard Fellers, Miss Sallie nic Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. EdI Mr and Mrs Mack Hooe and Roanoke. Largest family present table, covered with a white linen l. ~" ~.'~Y "* ~"~ ":+;'".~" lision near Capon B~idge, Va. ] ty camp; and that the Summit Poston and Mr. Skinner Poston. die Bohrer of Big Pool, Md. along lson l~ave been "vacation taking a was Lester Athey of Hyattsville,cloth and centered with a bowl lines andt acquamtt0 ~istt!serz inwitndeterlme earlier that morning and had ]Point Farm Women% _Club had Mrs. Allen Glassford and her the Potomac River. + I trip to the Great Smokey Moun. Md.; most recently married cou- of white galdioli asters and ruby I+h~, ,+~ :,+',~.;~,.~ o, c~ been taken to the Wi~achester Me [ paid the expenses of one mere- daughter Miss Mollie Glassford Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb and I tains in Tennessee ~ pie, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shaw ouas, a g~tt ot ~wr. aria mrs. land other colleges morial Hospital where Mrs. But-[ ber. + cher succumbed the foilowing ~Miss Mary Cheshire who will were recent visitors with the family drove to Jackson's Mill| Mr and Mrs T "W Dillow Jt" of Maryland; family with most C D Lowe The four tier cake! ~" ''+ rr ~" """ " . - f0rmer's brother Mr. Daniel Men Wednesday and spent the night]and daughter ~?ana of the Bloom grandchildren that of Mrs. Ed stood" "at one" end of the table, the [..resenti)r" rmare yen'o'an i"~mSa tam:lonl morning. The Butcher family had [ enter Alderson-Broaddus College ear in Baltimore, Md. Upon their returning home Thursday. [ erv s~ent Thursdav evening "Vickers of Charles Town. punch bowl at the other: [edP vacation' at JCap~ ~ ~*SHater~ been m Summt Point a short | in September, arid who has been return home they were accom Mr. and Mrs. George Tabb and [ wit'h the formers parents Mr and. Youngest babies were Ann Vie 2xsmstmg m me alnmg room I C. ' / ~i time before the accident being [very active in club work for a panied by Mr. Menear who re- family left Tuesday to visit relat-]Mr. T. "W Dilldw Sr and'family kers Boyles, daughter of Mr. and were Mrs. H. L. Tabler, pouring | i: , enroute to their home in Morgan- | number of years sooke to the mained heer to visit for several ices in Nitro, W. Va. They re-~ Mr. and'Mrs: T E" Lake spent Mrs. Jack Boyles of Morgantown punch, Mrs. D. W. Tabler, cut-[ .s=~m,,m...-a.,.P ,,,,.,,m town, W. Va. after visiting for [groUp bidding them good bye. Re days at the Glassford home.turned home Sunday. /Thursday afternon with the let- and great granddaughter of Mrs. ting the cake; and Miss Inez Rol-| IMl'll/lkN/ IKVi several days at the home of Mrs. [ ports were made on the supervis Overnight guests on Saturday Bonnie Jackson, Doris Jackson, i ters sister Mrs Vallie Carper of i E. H. Vickers and the late Dr. lins opening gifts, assisted by El-I ......... .,'r:+ ...... Fenton Crawford and her son Mr. [ ed pla hour which the club is Y. . , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Harold Gray, Colin Dunbar, lwinchester Va" [Vickers of Morgantown; Walter izabeth and Kathy Tabler. Susan[ ',9),/~'~ Hugh Crawford, m Ranson and[sponsoring during the month of ert Light and their family were James Magaha, Douglas Winkler,/ The members of the youn~ a-ICharles, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Tabler had the guest book. Play[ % ~[~ I with many of their friends and|August and it was decided to the latter's brother-in-law and sis Katherine Beady and Mr. and~dult class of the Millville Yleth. B. Moore of Maryland; Charlotte ing for the afternoon and even-i _ ~., x ~.XA~ former parishioners in the.cun" meet on Saturday morning "for . . ~. ,~ ,-. ty. Although sermusly injured, ] the purpose of painting the 4-h ter Mr .and Mrs. John Welty and Mrs. Roy Magaha attended CamP[odist Church held a picnic on the Marie, little daughter of Mr .anc~ mg were Lms, Gael and Denny ~ ~ -~ ~ ~ ~'~ sons, Johnny and Mike of Way- Skymont close to Front Royal for [church lawn on Friday evening Mrs. Elmer Vickers of Kearneys- Taob~r. [ ~]~" ,,~l~i the Reverend Mr. Butcher's con-/picnic table. It was announced nesboro, Pa. Or/ Sunday Mr. and three days last week.: I with twenty present ville, ers aiding the hosts wereI ~) k\!~'~ dition was less critica~ than that [ also that a swimming party Mrs. Light and their children Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Winkler [ Mr David "Rickard of Alexan- Officers elected for the follow- Mesdames Brown Hendricks, W. [ |1 x\"-- -~'1 of his wife, and is reported to beq would be held at the- Jefferson Bobby and Linda were guests at and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. C. H: Wal [ dria, "Ca s~ent the weekend with ing two years were: President, E1 A. Lehman, Lewis Walker and I |~ satisfactory following surgeryI County Memorial Park on Aug- a picnic dinner held at hbme of ker, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Win ihis parents Mr and Mrs Cecil mer Vickers, Kearneysville; vice Howard Callahan. i || which he underwent on Thursday[ust 22nd from 7:00 until 9:00 Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ware Jr. kler and family and Mrs. Fred[Rickard " ' president, Mrs. Ruth Thomas, Ha The Tabler wedding occurred I |[ "" ........ afternoon and on Friday. LittLe[o,clock. A nominating committee and their family in Charles Town Lewis were all dinner guests of [ Mr. and Mrs Joe Brill and gerstown; secretary- treasurer, August 10, 1921 at the parsonage I r~( Timothy Butcher received injur-|composed of Mrs Wallace Sny- Other .guests included Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Wink!er]children of Elizabeth City, N C Mrs. Cletus Lowe, Shepherds- of the Reformed Church in ShepI k, + ies which were not thought to bet der,-Dick Childs," Sharon Smail- Mrs. Page Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gar [ were recent viistors of the "let:. town; reporters, Mrs. Harry herdstown, the Rev. S. L. Flick t _J i + serious but he remained in thelwood and Jane Goodell was av- John Welty and family and Mrs. dner of Shepherdstown were suP lters sister and brother-in-law Mr. Lumm, Hagerstown, Mrs. Ed inger officiating. hospital for observation while[ pointed to prepare a slate of offi. Emma Ware of Waynesboro, Pa. per guests at the Wipkler home. I and Mrs. John Dodson and son. Vickers, Charles Town. The former Lola Virginia Wal BI~WARE Tills IMP' ~. Cynthia who was :~nhurt in. the[ cers for presentation at the next and Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Mrs F P Owens ~s leaving ~ri I .... nre~e t .... . Some 65 were ~____n_. ker, Mrs. Tabler is the daughter IMPaUent ~ who mul~ accident returned temporarily toI meeting. The club will hold a pro Propps and children Trina and C. day morning with Mrs. Marmn I .- of the late J. W. and Mary Rebec the accident reports by n~ the Crawford home. ' [ject'tour during the month of R. of Charles Town. Myers, Mrs. Ralph Renaud and narents were th- lo+~ ~,~ ,~nl yo~ wan~ ~o ~oree m,np Services for Mrs. Butcher were[ August, each member to bring a Dinner guests on Suhday at Mrs. Moler for Bangor, Maine to [[ P~iM~]~ I Descendants 0t tale o~ Myers Walker. Mr. Tabler's you get in a hurry..lte _~ ~- . ..... ,-.~.~,. ~uw~.~ [gives you & feeling of ha~ held at two o'clock ~)n M0nday[packed lunch; the group will vis the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy attend the National Council meet [I vvvml [ " ann ~essm ~taley Tamer of oct-Ifrustration. IMPatient Irvl~ frm the First Methdist Church [ it hmes f the members and be Cheshire were the frmer's br" ing" ' II BUSINESS ] distributor for Sinclair Oil. I Farm ann ltoha~ Safety in Buckhannon, W. Va. with bur-[ shown the various projects which lther and sister-in-law Mr. and Martin And Susan ferson County. Mr. Tabler is a n ,o make you pay~--We~ ial in that city. The Reverend and [ have been earried this year. [Mrs. Clarence Cheshire and child M0tp y .hi ie t]-AC:T||T~. 15~ They have two sons, H. Louis' l~. Mrs.mit PointBUtcherfor.had.moretivedthan in+ Sum-f0url[ wasA given+b3~ Ja~lereading entitledGoadell''My Home" ] rellafter I te, w,JimmYva, and Gladys of Augus- r e c ffil Have Reunion ..... ~---- years while the former served ~s] which ~e~L~l Of the+~ members | Mrs. Thomas Lemen has report ~__.,.&..,&,~..~ ~l ..... ] The descendant~+~f the late i the pastor of the Jefferson Cir.]who had attended county camp re[ed that the Cancer Drive which Rl~fllh|[dllUll~ /I unamoer o~ uommeree I Martin and Su~an Giqffith held cuit, leaving here ~in June to ac-[ ported on the activities there. A n was completed in the Summit "'--~ .......... [I By Brooke Bla~kford I their thir'd reunion Sunday, Aug- i eept a new charge Xaear Morgan-] period of recreation followed ad. I Point area the latter part of July m m I, m u[ mxeeuuve ~e~et~r~ ! ust 13 at Bardane Community town. lJournment during which delic-lrealized a sum of $51.82 for this U In t.ounly [ __ center. 4-H Meeting -- ious refreshments were served by } very worthwhile cause. Mrs. Lem " p . . Mrs. Leo K~ffer informs us A picnic dinner was served at - The Busy Bees 4-H Club met the hostess-submitted by Debor-len was assisted in canvassing by . Motor vehicle, registrations m |that the Band "Boosters Club will 1 o'clock with Mrs. Herbert Ren- - - ah Cheshire. |Miss Sharon Lee Smallwood. ~etterson t~ounty tor me year " " er " " " vocati ...... |hold a Charm Revue the first n Sr. gwmg the m on. Baptismal Services ] The infant son who was born enumg oune 30, 1961 lncreasealweek in April of next year. It Following lunch the following al~ Baptismal services, conducted lto Mr .and Mrs. Philip creamer ~.a percent trom Jas[ year s ~O.|wilI be held at the "Junior High officers for the coming year CH~,,,LES TOWN, W. VA. by the Reverend Arthur Kerr/ of "Locust Grove" in the Win- tals. /School in Charles Town were elected: President, James were held in the Church of th~lchester Memorial Hospital on. According to the West Virgin-| , . . ." ~ Blackford; Vice President, Allen ~,--.*~ , Holy Spirit on Sunday morning[ Monday, August 14th has been m Chamber of Commerce, Jeffer[ All organizations, both ~social Blackford; secretary Betty Me- ~ for two small cousins whose[given the name of John Philip so.n uounuans regzstere~ ~,~0ve|and church, are Urged to Send phis; treasurer, Mary Teller. . .~ ~.~ mothers attended the church|creamer III. mcms auring the past year as their dates of coming events to The group decided to meet a- while the church -dnoeavrlashcI Visitors on Sunday atthe home .eompa.red with 6,635. for.the prey: the Chamber office where they gain next year the second Sun- ~ ~~+~ while they resided in the village.|of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood CheshirelOUS nscat year,. ~x DreaKaown. , ot will be posted. Telephone 414. day in" August at the same place. .~..~= . d~ Page Michael Welty, son of Mr./and their children Deborah, the Chamber s stahstics..snows This will prevent the duplication prizes were given to the oldest ~ ~~ and Mrs. John Welty of Waynes- I Johnny and Patricia were the let mat 5,292 passenger vemcms, ~,- Of meetings for the same night, present, Mrs. Howard Hayes; lar bore, Pa. had as his sponsors his~ter,s brother-in-law and sister Mr. . '" a d - Y " ppointments result g s family, Mr. and . Harry ~ ~ ~ ~'~" 087 Class ~ TrucKs, '/~ commer Man d~sa e t Mrs ................... ,., aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. PageI and Mrs. Hobart Kline and their cial true~s and traners . n .~z from scheduled events coming at Blacford; youngest Charles Clark Hinton and Mr. Howard L. Ware|four children Stephen Andrew,other vemcms were reg~sterea m the s tme 1 tme. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clark ~ ~ ~*~:~*~ Jr. Sponsors for his cousin, little Mark+and Nancy of Kirby, W. Va.the county during" the past year. , ........ t elingrav the longest distance ~~::'ff~ ~~ Creighton Rudder Pvopps, Jr. of Miss Louise Shull spent sever-Vehicle. registration .... through- Th~ Sal S;s T~x" collecti~m~+ +, for Mr. and Mrs. Meredith" Boyd, Charles Town were Mr. and Mrs. al days last week visiting with out the State last year ~mproveu Jeffe "son ,ount in the men h of Waynesboro, Va.; most recently ~f Hinton and Mr. Paul Propps. her aunt Mrs. Herbert Ramsburg 0.1 percent over totals tor the May, 1961, were $3i,942.75 as com married Mr .and Mrs. Allen Jin- Their mothers are the former at her home in Ramsburg. Her nick. Misses Shirley Ann and Dorothy brother Louis Shull returned Those of the family attending Ware. home on Sunday from Berryville, this year were Mr. and Mrs. Mar Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge of Va. where he has .been visiting tin Teller, Mr. and Mrs. Adam "Flagstop" had visiting with her at the home of his brother and Kidwiler, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jin over the weekend Mrs. Barbara Hagan of Roanoke, Va. Visitors on Saturday evening at IN PACK G FOR COLLEGE, SOME THINGS MUST BE LEFT BEHIND BUT THE N ED NOT BE ONE OF THEM If+Can Go With You +For Nine-- Months For Our Special Student +Sub ption Rate of S Plus 7 Cents Tax in West Virginia FIll the Order Form Below, Giving Us A Date +With Which to Staxt Your Subscription. ~m~ u m m m m m ! w n STUDENT'S NAME ........................................ BEGIN WITH ISSUE OF .............. ADDRESS - ~,,~..,....*~.,.oo1.o ....+o.-oo.......~+.~*++~.~+- Enclosed Check sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Shull. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson Jr. visited recently with the for- mer's parents Mr. aud Mrs. ~Iar- shall WilsonSr, at their home near Leetown. G. A. Picnic The Girl's Auxiliary of the Bap tist Church and their families en joyed a delightful picnic supper held on the ~awn of the home of Mr. and Mrs.'Elwood Cheshire on Friday evening. About twenty were on hand for a pleasant even ing. BY Mrs Mary 13 uee Fmr The Leetown T0ppers 4-H Club met at ~he `Methodis~ 'Church Fri day night, September 1. +Miss Ann West of Charles Town was a weekend guest of Miss Vicki Blue. Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Starliper and Cliff left Friday on a motor trip which took them up the East erii Coast from Baltimore, LMd. through Delaware./N. J.+and Phil adelphia, Pa. they returned home Saturday evening. Little Miss Kathy Blue spent Saturday night with her grand- parents Mr: and Mrs. Phil Perks in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Race of Milwaukee, Wisconsin are visit- ing relatives in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny~ Winkler and' son Jackie are home. :Mrs. Winkler is going to stay for a while and Johnny goes back to camp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner and~ family of Laurel Md: v~ere WeRen~I guests of'Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Fran ector of the State Chamber, said, Keyser to represent us ill the Sec "The improvement in total vehic end District of the West Virginia le registrations-particularly the registration of passenger in Chamber of Commerce. Mr. A. R. Marshall Vice President of the hicles is significant in that eight Powhatan Brass & Iron Works of the 12 months included in the also represents us as a Director last +fiscal year were recession in the West Virginia Chamber of months. In spite of this fact, 31 Commerce. of the State's 55 counties register ed more vehicles than they did in * * * * * We have just received a letter 1959.60." + from ~harles F. Myers conccrn- MI VitLE ing the National Association of Accguntar ts, H gex town Chap- ter. Among the services of this By MiSS Dorothy Lake chapter, ~n employment r~rvice is provident for the mutuel hene- Lawn Festfair'+ fit of m~mbers and employers. The ladies of the W. S. C. S. of This service sh0tlld be of real vai the Millville Methodist Church is ue in bringing together account- sponsoring a Lawn Festival at~ the ants seeking employl~ent and em church on August 31 beginning ~ at 4 p. m. until? The menu is tt~rke~ dressing, parsley, potato,s "- +USE-THIS gravy, sauerkraut, green beans and corn, sliced tomatoes, apple sauce, ice tea or coffee and cake or ham, potatoes, green beans and corn, sliced tomatoes, apple sauce, sauer kraut. Price $!.25 far adults a~d $.65 for children. Also there will be a novelty tab If, pony rides and grab bag~. Mr. and Mrs. Bob W~bb and chiidren of Shenandoah ~iunction were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Mac Webb. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake attend ed the Gordon reunion which was held at the War Memorial Park, Martinsburg on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Lille and sons Jay and Vince were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mi~s. Rbbert Ott and sons of~ Charles Town. " - "Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Reason :~spdrit Moiiday :+~bVening with the formers parents Mr. aad nick, Kathy Bolton, Mrs. Bertie Reedy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Boyd and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Blackford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dolford Maph~s, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ma- phis and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Frye, Mr. aiad Mrs. Gor- don Reynolds and family, Mrs. ~.ii.~~g~. Herbert Renner Sr., Mrs. H.A. ayes, Mr and Mrs Charles r pa es em Stump, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. fO Ch Harry Blackford, Billy, Carolyn, r ~ ool Becky Blackford, Mrs. C~cil Pierce and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 0oping g er, runnt, g, Allen Blackford, Mr. and Mrs walklng...or loitering. 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