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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY. AUGUST 24, 1978 OBITUARIES Dr. Barnhart, Of Shepherd, Dies Suddenly Memorial services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherdstown for Dr William J. Barnhart, well-known professor of English at Shepherd College, who died suddenly Monday afternoon. The Rev. William H. Kieldsing will of. ficiate, interment will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Boonville, Ohio. The family suggests memorial remem- brances take the form of con- tributions to the Shepherd College Scholarship Fund. Born in Boonville, Mo. December 2, 1923, son of the late John Clifford and Mabel Mar- shall Barnhart, he attended Central College in Fayette, Mo., and received "his Bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee in 1947 and his Masters from the same university in 1949. Furthering his education, he receiyed his Ph.D. in English from the University of North Carolina in 1955. Prior to coming to Shepherd in 1971 he taught at the University of North Carolina, at Raleigh and Chapel Hill, and at Florida Memorial College in Miami. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army and had overseas duty. He was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherd- stown. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Frank J. "Lois" Macri, Silver Spring, Md.; one aunt, Mrs. Leona B. Brownfield; one uncle, J. E. Marshall; and- the following nieces and nephews: Mrs. James "Anne" McHenry, Karen, John and Frank Macri; Mrs. Stephen V. "Lilary" Parker, Mrs. Lance "Leslie" Dunbar, Caroline and Thomas Hitch. MRS. WILLIS B. FRITTS Funeral services were con- ducted Monday from Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church for Mrs. Anna Isabelle Fritts, widow of Willis B. Fritts, who died Friday, August 18, at her residence in Lantana, Fla. The Rev. Randall Tremba of. ficiated, interment was in Elmwood Cemetery. The deceased was born in Washington, D.C., October 27, 1927, a daughter of Lt. Col. Helmuth Ritter and Fannie Marshall Ritter. She was a registered nurse and a member of the Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. "Pat Hopkins, Lantana; Miss Carol C. Fritts, Wichita, Kansas; four sons, Marshall L. Fritts, Sugarland, Texas; Robert Fritts, San An- tonio, Texas; Ross, Wichita; Craig, Cheney,, Kansas; 'four grandchildren; and one brother, Dr. C. Marshall Ritter , Boalsburg, Pa. EDWARD L. INFINGER Edward Lucius Inflnger, of Rippon, died Monday at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, Va. The deceased was horn April 8, 1926, in Harleysville, South Carolina, a son of the late Willi: Pickney and Frances Whetzel Infinger. He was a truck driver for Cycles Limited, West Memphis, ,arkansas; affiliated with the Baptist Church; and was a veteran of World War Two, serving with the United States Marie Corps. He is survived by his wife, Betty Jo Adkins Infinger, at the home; three children, Mrs. Sherry Viands, Fox Glen; Ed- ward, Jr., and Franklin Bruce Infinger, at the home; one grandchild, Rebecca Kaye Viands; six sisters, Mrs. B. F. Howard and Mrs. Idel Amerson, St. George, S. C.; Mrs, Johnnie Stroble, and Mrs. Gladys Cadden, Hollywood, S. C.; Mrs, Lucille Huff, Harleyville, S. C. and Mrs. Mary Haberson, Charleston, S. C. Funeral services will be conducted Friday morning at II a.m. at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. The Ray. David Forkey will officiate, interment will be in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 until 9. MRS. THEODORE S. PRINTZ Mrs. Irene Estelle Printz, a longtime resident of Shepherd- stown, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert "Helena" Thomas, 2417 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown, Md., Mon- day, August 14. She was born in Page County, Va., daughter of the late Jasper and Pamelia Cave Young, and was a member of the Christian church in Luray, Va. In her early life she was a practical nurse and later became the foster mother of many homeless children until they were adopted or found a permanent h/ome. She was fondly called "Aunt Rene" by them. Due to failing health she was forced to give up this much loved project and move to Hagerstown to be with her daughter. Besides her daughter she is survived by a granddaughter, Mrs. Robert "Jacqueline" Alison; three great- grandchildren, Robert II, Travis and Stacey Alison; two nephews, John H. Young, Jr., Hagerstown, and Robert G. Young, Ashtabula, Ohio; two nieces, Mrs. Ruth Buffington and Mrs. Helen L. Vickers, Martinsburg, and several great-nieces and great-nephews. A brother, John H. Young, Sr., and a sister, Rose Woodward, preceded her in death. Graveside services were conducted at Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town by her minister, the Rev. Richard Kroll. MRS. MARGUERITE C. WINGERT Funeral services were held Tuesday in Greencastle, Pa., for Mrs. Marguerite C. Wingert, 68, of Shady Grove, Pa., who died last Saturday at her home. The Rev. Floyd Mitchell officiated burial was in Brown's Mill Cemetery. Born in Franklin County, Pa., she was the daughter of the late William C. and Katherine Stoner Helmuth. She was a member of the Fourth Street Church of the Brethren in Chambersburg, Pa. She had been employed with the Stanley Co: of Chain-. bersburg for 30 years before retiring in 1974. She is survived by her husband, Glen P. Wingert; one daughter, Mrs. John Minotti, of Greencastle; one son, John H. Wingert, of Marion; five sisters Mrs. Paul Diehl, of Mur- freesboro, Tenn.; Mrp. Kenneth Sites, of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. John N. Myers, of Orrstown; Mrs. Helen Miller, of Cbam- bersburg and Mrs. Robert VanSoyoc, of Pleasant Hill, and two grandchildren. MRS. MARY E. PeNN Mrs. Mary E. Penn, 86, of Valley Mill Road, Winchester Va., died Monday in a Win- chester nursing home. Born July 24, 1892, in Berkeley County, a daughter of the late Samuel and Lula Moulden Mason, she was a member of the Rest, Va., United Methodist Church. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ercel Swanson, Win- chester; a sister, Mrs. Mable Low, Martinsburg; two brothers, Edgar Mason, Mar- tinsburg; Fred Mason, Bunker Hill; and a number of nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held Wednesday afternoon at Rest Cemetery near Ridgeway, W. Va., with Mr. John Barchey officiating. MRS. RUTH SCHNURR Mrs. Ruth Schnurr, widow of Joseph A. Schnurr, of Bradenton, Florida, died last Friday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Born October 18, 1905, in Leechburg, P./, she was the daughter of Walter S. and Blanche Sturgis Deffenbaugh. She is survived by one son, Joseph A. Schnurr, Jr., Bradenton, Fla.; and a sister Mrs. Helen Wright, Shepherd- stown. Services were conducted Tuesday in Bradenton, with burial in Skyway Memorial Gardens. MRS. ELLA F. TAYLOR Last rites were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Mrst Ella Floi'ence Taylor, of Kearneysville, who died Saturday in Shenandoah Nursing Home, Shenandoah, Va. The Rev. Michael Smith of. flciated, interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery, Hagerstown, Md. The deceased, born October 1, 1894, in Shenandoah, Va, a daughter of David and Amanda Arrington Carter, was a member of St. Paul's Baptist church in Kearneysville. She is survived by one son, Lester Taylor, Kearneysville; and two nieces, Mrs. Ella Mne Trammel and Mrs. Marie Wise, both of Washington, D.C. BERNARD H. ROBINSON Bernard H. Robinson, 80, who retired last year as a printer for the Wall Street Journal in Washington, D.C., died Wed- nesday, August 16, at Washington Adventist Hospital. The deceased was born in Shepherdstown, W. Va., and went to the Washington area in 1920. He had also worked for the old Washington Times Herald and the Washington Post, and was a member of the Columbia Typographical Union No. 101. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude V. Robinson, at the home in Silver Spring, Md.; and a brother, Dr. J. Leslie Robin- son, Washington. MRS. NAOMI MCCLUSKEY Mrs. Naomi McCluskey, 75, of Punta Gorda, Fla., died Sunday, August 20. Services were held Tuesday, August 21, at the First Methodist Church of Punta Gorda, with interment in Fort Lincoln Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Mrs. McCluskey was born in Charles Town, the daughter of Edgar D. and Ida Albin Conklyn. She taught at Kabletown and Wright Denny Elementary Schools. Following her marriage to Oscar McCluskey, October I, 1925, she moved to. Washington, and resided there until her retirement from the Govern- ment Printing Office in 1958. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Bessie C. Townsend, Berryville, Va., and two brothers, James Conklyn, Martinsburg, and Drew Conklyn, Miami, Fla. MRS. MAZIE C. MILLER Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Smithsburg, Md., for Mrs. Mazie C. Miller, 83, of Route 3, Smithsburg, who died Sunday. Pastor Mark R. Summer of- ficiated, burial was in Smithsburg Cemetery. Born in Greensburg, she was the daughter of Samuel and Anna Schriver Welt),. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Greensburg. She was formerly employed by the McCrory's department store in Waynesboro and also the Waynesboro Knitting Co. Surviving are one daughter, Miss Reba J. Miller, at home; son, C. Eugene Miller at home; sisters, Mrs. Edith Prey, of Smithsburg and Mrs. Grace Ebersole, of Charles Town; brothers, John Welty of Fahrney Keedy Home and Richard Welty of Waynesbero, and one grand- son. MRS. MARY MAYER Mrs. Mary Mayer of Wuincy, Pa., formerly of Bunker Hill, W. Va., died last Friday in Waynesborn, Pa., Hospital. Mrs. Mayer, born February 12, 1900, in Austria, is survived by a son, John J. Mayer, Jr. of Bunker Hill, three grand- children, two great- grandchildren and a sister: Her husband, John J. Mayer, Sr. preceded her in death in 1970. MRS. BERTHA MITCHELL Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday afternoon at Zion Baptist Church in Hager- stown, Md., for Mrs. Bertha Mitchell,' 83, of Hagerstown, who died Sunday at the. Coffman Home For The Aged. The Rev. Mathew Hardy officiated, burial was in Fairview Cemetery i Charles Town. The deceased was born in Charles Town, a daughter of the late Edward and Rachel Ann Twyman Johnson, and was a widow of Isaih Mitchell. -. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. C0ralie Gaskins of Charles Town, and several nieces and nephews. MRS. C. E. CHAPMAN, SR. Funeral services were con- ducted last Thursday at the John H. Enders Funeral Home in Berryville, Va., for Mrs. Dorothy Myers Chapman, 54, of Berryville, who died Tuesday, August 15, in Winchester Memorial Hospital. The Rev Darryl Maxwell officiated, in- terment was in Green Hill Cemetery Mrs. Chapman was born March 9, 1925, in Clarke county, a daughter of Mrs. Nannie Lucas Myers of Berryville and the late Samuel Lee Myers. In addition to her mother she is survived by her husband, Charles Edward chapman, St. four daughters, Joan Johnson, Jacksonville, N. C.,; Nancy Orndofff, Judy Brooks and Kelly Chapman, all of Berryville; tow sons, Charles Edward chapman, Jr., Barryville; Timmy Chap- man, at the home; seven grandchildren; six sisters Nellie Ashby, Eleanor Buckner, Polly Johnson, Louise Dof- flemyer and Helen Dofflemyer, all os Berryville; Edna Camerson, Bunker Hill, W Va.; i two brothers, Samuel Myersl Jr., and John W. Myers, both of Berryville. SUPERTANE From Page 1 functions of the company's operations, changed its name to Supertane Gas Corporation, and the Charles Town Gas Company became the Supertane Sales Corporation. It was also in that time period that J. Edgar Griffith was manager of the company, a period of great expansion, now being followed by even greater expansion. In 1966, the company headquarters was moved from North Charles Street to 116 East Washington Street. In 1988, the Berkeley Gas Company was acquired, and a branch office established on the Charles Town Road just east of Martinsburg with Forrest Custer the current manager. A branch office is also, maintained in Romney, in the South Branch section of West Virginia, with Greg Haines the manager. It was also 1966 when Davis took over the reins. A native of Fairplay, Md., he was an ac- countant for the Hali)urton Company, Washington, D. C.; did graduate work at George Washington University after graduating first from Hager- stown High School and Shepherd College in 1958. He also served a hitch with the U.S. Navy, ser- ving as a supply officer and rising to the rank of lieutenant. Since 1966, consolidation of the company's business gains and reasonable expansion within the structure have been uppermost. In 1973 the energy crisis, bringing with it price controls and quantity allocations, put the brakes temporarily on ex- pansion. Now, says Davis, the picture has improved. The shipment of liquid propane from the Arab coqnties, augmenting the sup- plies available from domestic and other sources, and a price structure that makes propane mere than ompetitive with other heating and cooking elements, make the outlook for Supertane excellent. That's why, on September 1, you'll find Supertane Gas Corporation and Supertane Sales Corporation in larger, more spacious quarters at Peterkin Hall, the old Funkhouser Building, on Third Avenue in Ranson. ANNUAL From Page 1 and, of course, theart exhibits sponsored by the Jefferson County Arts Council. Adding to the excitement will be a new midway, furnished by the Henry T. Cole shows of Pennsylvania, and featuring all brand new rides and attractions together with the usual fine array of professional talent. Performing in front of the 1,100 seat grandstand on the newly-roofed stage will be country and western per- formers. Friday evening at 7 and 9 p.m., Bob Gallion and the Patti Powell Show and the Dixie Melody Boys will be the chief attractions; wh|le on Saturday evening, September 2, Jeannie C. Riley will join Bob Gallion and Patti Powell for shows at 7 and 9 p.m. The fairgrounds open at noon Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday;and at 9:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Monday evening, special attractions will include concerts by the Shepherdstown Junior High School Band and the Jef- ferson High School Band. Miss Jefferson County Fair 1978 will also be chosen ih competition starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, The Little Miss Jefferson County Fair Contest will take place at 6:30, followed by the 4-H Style Show; a concert by the Charles Town Junior High School Band; calf roping and team roping events. Wednesday evening's main attractions will include a tractor pulling contest at 6:30; an aerial spray application demonstration at 7:30; and a tractor pulling contest at 8 p.m. Thursday is Senior Citizens Day, with half-price admission. for the elderly. The south Jef- ferson Ruritan Chicken Bar- becue will be held at 4:30 p.m.; a concert will be given by the Harpers Ferry Junior High heol Band; two horse pulling contests will be staged -- under 3200 pounds at 7:30; over 3200 pounds at 9 p.m.; and in bet- wean, at 8:30, it will be fun to watch the greased pig contest. Friday evening, in addition to the country western shows, the annual sale of 4-H livestock animals, a top event, will take place at 8 p.m.; at 9:30 there will be a calf scramble; followed by an exhibition of handling sheep by Border collies. Saturday, the last big day of the fair, features Jeannie C. I Riley and her country western show; together with the presentation of awards and trophies at 8 p.m.; and a calf scramble at 9:30. Sunday morning at 9:30, the Jefferson County 4-H Hore Show will wind up this year's activities. Admission to the fair on Monday, August 28, and Sunday, September 3, is free. Every other day, it will be $1.50 for ages 16 and up; 75 cents for ages 6 to 15; free, under six. There is no additional charge for the grandstand. The fair restaurant will again be operated by the Ruritans, and on Monday through Thursday they'll be serving a special luncheon, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., for just 99 cents. There will be bus service, too, from downtown Charles Town to the fairgrounds, furnished by Pan Tran. It will operate on the half-hour each evening begin- ning at 5:30, and continuing until the final events of the fair are over. COUNTY From Page 1 commission for further con- sideration and study. It was noted that the plans might serve as a zoning tool, depending upon which was selected. The commission will confer with the Jefferson County Planning Commission on the matter, with opening discussions held at Tuesday night's regular planning sessions. Mike Early and Henry An- tonek, representing the State Tax Commissioner's office, explained the status of the reappraisal program which was scheduled to get underway about September land cover all real property in Jefferson County. Early said that while current evaluations were set in 1975, there are wide discrepancies in valuations and assessments which prompted strong public pressure for the reappraisal. He also pointed out that while the state can reappraise, it cannot set the assessment level. This is the prerogative of the county assessor. In answering a direct query from the commission, Early said i thaf only mapping of the county is currently underway. This is 'necessary, he said, before actual appraisals may be made. And, he added, it will be necessary to hire and train additional ap- praisers before the actual property - to- property work can  begin. In this respect, he said the tax commission hopes to hire all West Virginians to do the job, here and elsewhere in the state, and made a direct pitch to the commission to ask the legislature for additional funds to add these employees to the state tax department's per- sonnel. Early would give no estimate of the date when appraisers will be in the field; but did set a completion date for the reap- praisal of July I, 1980, with the new figures applicable to the 1981 tax year. The commission was told by Administrator David Ash that a racing commission check, for $4,197.57 for the period of July 24 through August 5, had been received; that a Revenue Sharing allocation of $310,816 for the period of October I, 1978, through September 30, 1979, had been given tentative approval; and that the West Virginia Planning Association will meet at Ciiffside Motel September 23 through 26. Ash also told the commission that a search for funds which might be used for purchase of the old Shepherdstown Elementary School for con- tinned use as a day care center had proven fruitless; that all that was available was Federal aid for operation of the facilities. VFW Americanism Chainaan Calls For Vietnam Memorials Mrs. Isabel . Albright, Americanism chairman of the Auxiliary of Jefferson Memorial Post 3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars, this week called upon Jefferson Countians to once again remember the Veterans of the Vietnam War by flying the American flag at their homes and in front of businesses Saturday, August 26 or Sunday, August 27. Mrs. Albright said that while the official date for remem- bering the Vietnam War veterans was August 5, many places observe the entire month of August. Mrs. Albright, who has been recuperating at her home in Ransou from recent surgery, said she was not able to arrange any special memorial program for the memorial occasion, but a display of the flags will help to be a reminder of those who paid the supreme sacrifice in the bloody conflict. She is also asking members of the VFW Auxiliary and Post, as well as all Jefferson Countians, to attend the church of their choice Sunday as' a tribute to the Vietnam veterans. And she said she hopes the ministers in all churches will remember those who died in this conflict with special prayers Sunday. Mrs. Aibright said she hopes members of the Youth of Today and Leaders of Tomorrow organization founded by the VFW Auxiliary and Post, will also participate in the Memorial tribute. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 Luncheon guests at Locust Grove, home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer and family, on Tuesday of last week were Mrs. H. H. Torrey, Mrs. William Knedel and daughter of Cin- cinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Amon Grantham and her daughters-in- law, Mrs. White Grantham and Mrs. James Grantham, all of Middleway. On Sunday the Creamers had as their dinner guests, Mrs. Nancy Martin of Fredericktown, Md., and her son, Dr. John Martin, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., and her daughter, Miss Pam Martin ot Buckhannon, W. Va. The Rev. David Wood is spending this week at the Peterkin Conference Center near Romney, where he is in charge of the Hallelujah Hike camp which is being held from Aug. 19-26. While he is at the the camp, Mrs. Wood and children are visiting Rev. and Mrs. Glen Stevens and family in Fork, Md. Mrs. Clifford Rowland and daughter, Mrs. Donald Glassford, visited Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Bonn Crim at the Jeffersonian Manor. Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder had visiting with them last week the latter's father, Mr. N. E. Stanley of Hardy, Ky., and her sister, Mrs. Merle Clemens of Lexington, Ky., and her daughter, Miss Vikki Clemens of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. charles Dawson and son of Versailles, Ky. Also visiting during the week were Mrs. Robert Gracey and daughter, Mrs. Harvey Kercheval, Mrs. Wallace Snyder, Mrs. John Magaha and children, Mrs. Shannon Derean, Mrs. Alice Going, Miss Genevieve Damski, Mrs. James Grantham, Mrs. Sue Carper,' Mrs. Russell Druschel and Mrs. Roy Vernon. Mrs. Philip Creamer and daughter, Mrs. Amen Grantham and Mrs. White Grantham motored to Clarksburg, W. Va., Friday to attend the rehearsal dinner and wedding of Miss Kimberley Jo Combs and Mr. William Addison Timberlake, II. The wedding was solemnized at high noon on Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church and was followed by a reception held in the church parish house. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons attended a meeting of the Sharing Group held Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ran Shade in Middleway. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph and sons were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cameron and son and the lat- ter's sister, Mrs. Kenneth Turner, Jr., and daughter were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. Cameron's mother, Mrs. Frank Cameron in Millville. Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore, Md., was a guest Sunday at the'home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry, Miss Shirley Macoughtry, Mrs. Robert Hardesty and Mrs. Margaret Kllmer, drove to Clarksburg, W. Va., Saturday to attend the wedding of their cousin William Tim.berlake, II and Kimberley Combs and the reception. Mrs. Bentley Rudolph was a guest Thursday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson and son. Gary Franks was an overnight visitor Wednesday at the home of P)ul Rudolph. John Creamer had as his dinner guests at Locust Grove on Wednesday, his cousins, John 'and Bill Knedel of Cincinnati. A very enjoyable picnic and swimming party was held by the congregation of the Church at Middleway at the Jefferson Memorial Park on Sunday. Attending from Summit Point were Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons and Miss Tummy Crim. Miss Genevieve Damski of Pittsburgh, was a guest last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell DruscheL Mrs. Nick Snydor, Mrs. James Snyder and Mrs. Roy Vernon were luncheon guests Tuesday at the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis ]Shuman in Charles Town. housewarmingshowerl Mrs. Stuart Crim of Monte for Mrs. Vicky Lynn View, is leaving from Dulles her parents, Airport on Tuesday to visit with Dinterman. her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Crim, Jr., in Phoenix, Arizona. On September I, they will fly to visitors Monday Salt Lake City, Utah, to join Mr. Mrs. Michael Crim who has accepted a daughters. position there with Sperry- Mr. and Mrs. Univac, beginning his and family association with the company Saturday with Mr, two weeks ago. Before leaving alter Cogle. Phoenix they plan to join with a Mr. and Mrs.' group from the hospital where u an and the younger Mrs. Crim is em- were dinner played for a flight to Las Vegas, Mr. Edgar Everhart Nevada, and a day of sightseeing and Angle. there. While Mrs. Crim is away Mr. and Mrs. from home the Summit Point Waters and son news will be reported by Mrs. Thelma Cogle Ernest Rudolph, who can be Monday with Mr. reached at 725-7909. Timothy Stewart SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 Fox Glen. Mrs. Mary Kinters, Pa. ; Mentzer of Mrs. Hilda Piper, Harold Staubs __--_==-=-__- Greg, Mr. and The Blue Ridge Mt. Fire Unit Staubs and Ann wishes to thank the Citizens ot visitors the Shannondale for donating a boat Mrs. Leena to the company. Mrs. Paula Smith The Ladies of St. Andrew on of the Mount Church are sport- Tuesday soring a carnival on Saturday, Everhart and family Aug. 26, at the Mountain Com- Mr. Marshall munity Center starting at 11 Virginia was a a.m.. with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Fannie Fenfavaugh ot Mr. and Mrs. Cumberland, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. and family of Alvin Ingrain, of Oakland, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Annabelle Merryman, of beam of Mt. Brownsville, Md.; Mrs. Minno Dorothy Grove and Jones of Bolivar; Mr. and Mrs. Vanessa Everhart Chester Billman and David and Jerry Everhart James of Carlisle, Pa.; and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and and sons were dinnerl Kim and Jeff, of Leesburg; Mr. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal of Mar- Grove. tinsburg; Miss Kim Burch, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rhonda Barrow, Mrs. Beverly Chestnut Hill Viands, John Staubs, Mr. and Monday Mrs. Raymond Staubs and Grove. Rosemary and chris Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. were visitors Sunday with Mrs. and family Leona Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle Cecil Everhart were visitors Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Waters and son Mrs. Delores Walling of during the week Hagerstown was a visitor on Mrs. Nelson Wednesday with her daughter, Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Brenda Rodgers and Mr. and Mrs. daughters. Everhart and sons Mrs. Shirley Chapman and Jerry Everhart Mrs. Brenda Chapman and and Mrs. Cindy children attended a children were with Mrs. Vanessa Own Your Own Business Earn $10,000 to $30,000 Yeady RAISING CHINCHILLAS start in a spare room. garage. basement, outbuilding, etc Write or call giving age, phone, and occupation to Chinchillas, P. O. Box 11425, Winston-Salem, N. 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