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. . ..... . ........ .... ~ ................ ~. ........ ,4 ~ ................ . ....... Welcome Back TEACHERS... We'll roll out the red carpet anytime you step through our front door. There are many ways we can, be of help to you during the coming year and hope we may be of service. Stop in soon. A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts SUN FAST NON-CHALKING HOUSE PAINT The oll base house paint that can't chalk, so it won't stain brick or other dark surfaces below windows, upper siding or trim. Avail- able in gleaming white only. SATINTONE LATEX HOUSE PAINT & PRIMER It goes on easily and dries as quickly as latex wall paint. The beautiful colors and brilliant white have amazing durability. The prirqer is latex, too, and mildew resistant. For any type exterior surface--new or repaint. Reg. Price S.ALE Reg. Price SALE 6.80 5.95 gal.6.80 5.95 gal. SATINTONE LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL Now enjoy the ease M latex in top quality floor enamel. For interiors lad exteriors, Re. cracking, WHITE ARMOR ' ONE COAT HOUSE PAINT A one coat white in oil base formulation. Outstanding hiding power and durabil- it7 make this the most eco- nomical paint for your home, Reg. Price SALE Reg', Price SALE 2.15 1.95 qt. 8.00 7.50 gal. SATINTONE LATEX MASONRY PAINT If your house Is block, brick, asbestos siding, ce- ment, stucco, or any. sonry material, this lsthe le paint for you. It's I~ tax easy to use and mildew re- sistant. HUn- dreds of CUll. tom "colors and whitest of whites. SUN FAST HOUSE PAINT In self-cleaning white and hundreds of fade resistant colors. This high gloss, oil base paint has been beauti- ~ing and protecting homes like yours for many years. Primer available in white or matching colors. Reg. Price SALE Reg. PriceSALE 5.50 4.95 gal.6.80 5.95 gal. 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725.5113 i ii ii ii Mrs. Bernard Ott - _ /- . . .... Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and Children, Karla Kay and little Henry of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy of Charles Town. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy of HalRown, last Sunday. Mrs. Charles Gray and Mrs. Randolph CrRes and daughter, Toni Sue, of Ranson, visited Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and daughter, Miss Jennifer Gray, on Monday evening. Mrs. Marshall McAboy ,of Hall- town, Mrs. Henry McKee and children, Karla Kay, and little Henry, of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy of Charles Town, spent Tuesday at Green- brier Lake, Mr. Mrs. Wi tiam Honk, Sr., spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs William Honk, Jr, and fam ily, of Zoar Mrs Nathaniet Gray held a Stanley party at her home on Monday morning. Those who at- tended were Mrs. William Wood- ward of Bakerton, Mrs. Martin Grimes of Charles Town, Mrs. Harry Dinges and sons, Sonny and Ricky of Ranson, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and children, Marilo, Viv- inn and Joey, of Mflhrille, Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mrs. David Pen- well and Miss Jennifer Gray. Miss Beverly Coffman of Leetown was the demonstrator. Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy, of Dargan, Md., had the misfortune on Wednes- day of breaking his arm in two places. Jeffrey is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Marshatl McAboy of H~lltown. M, iss Sharon Ott spent from Thursday till Saturday evening with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. l~tl,i.s Williams, Sr., of Ran- son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Symons! of 191k Branvh, entertained on Fri- day evening in honor of the birth- day anniversaries of their chil- dren, Martha and Robby. Those attending from Halltown were Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Becky Blackford, Judy and Jeanne Pen- well, Mary Lane Costello, Bruce Bowers, Timmy and Kenny Muse, and Michael Parks of Charles Town. A good time was had by all. Many more happy birthdays, Marfha and Robby. Mrs. Edward Moler of Charles Town, was a supper guest of her mother and sister, Mrs. Nathaniel Grey and Miss Jennifer Gray S~turday even~ing. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges and sons, Sonny and tricky of Ranson, were also visitors .... Mrs. Winerd Bowers had as her supper guests on Saturday ve- ning, Mrs. Douglas Bowers and )hi,]dren ,Car Lrn, Jeffrey, and ' Cra.v and ion Robblo of Ran- day after ehdin a weekSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADvoCATE Mark, of Glen Burnie, Md., Mr. son, antl Mr. Dawy Penwell, ofI derson drove to Gardeners toI a~!d Mrs. Lee Sipe, of Charles Ha]]town. Camp Micheax. M,s. Robert An- THURSDAY, AUGUST25, 1966 _ qown, and Mr and Mrs. Aiton i ---~ [bring the girls home. Muse and children, Karen, Tim-[ ~~~,~:~'~t:~[ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Iiilliard and, my and Kenny, all of tIalttown. I/IPIB~tlIPIgP|Ill I IP daughter Vicky visited Mr. and. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboyI ~r~Nrl~Vl|L~_ Mrs. George HiHiard on Sunday. ] and Mrs. Alton Muse and son .~=-neu,===~--.== == Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Williams, t Kenny, spent Saturday evening] Mrs. Elsie Hamstead ttagerstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. I with Mrs. Muse' brother-in-law .. ,: __ .y_ :: . George Ambrose on Sunday. Mr. anti sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe ~...~,~.~,~,,=,w== and Mrs. Williams recently re- of Ciharli~Tl~:; Gray visited Mr. Bl-~rlrl?Yeorgty Ambrose wa.s sur- turned from Boone, N. C., where Mr. Wil,liams attended summer and Mrs. Lawrence Linton andPrised wRh a birthday party at classes at Appalachia State Teach- (laughter, Shelvie of Charles her home on Friday night given ers College. Town, Saturday evening, and on by Mrs. Dorothy Robinette and Bill Cline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon she visited Mrs. Mildred Ambrose Messner of Bill Cline, Silver Spring, Md., re- Berkeley Springs. Guests were cently spent two weeks with his Miss Carolyn Iden, of tlarperSiMr, and Mrs. Bill Ambrose and grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Cl,ine. Ferry, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, of Alexan-I family and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Miss Nancy Boyd, Hyattsville, aria, Va., is visiting her brother- Banks and daughter, Phyllis of Md., spent the weekend with her A].#L 1966 in-law and sister, Mr. anti Mrs. El- Shepherdstown. Refreshments of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. Real Estate and Personal Property mer Wright, of near Halltown, ice cream and cake were served, t Mrs. Elmer Hoyle, with three of and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, also a ' Mrs. Robert Anderson and sons, her daughters, Miss Charlotte ARfE NOW DUE sister ,of Hallltown. Monte and Randell, spent several Hoyle and Mrs. Charles LeDane of ! Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, days last week with Mr. and Mrs, Gaithersburg, Md., and Mrs. Jr., and daughter, Kelly of Stiles James Nicely of Secane, Pa. Charles Israel of Silver Spring, Trailer Court, Charles Town, l Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dennison Md., spent Saturday with Mrs. W. were Sunday morning visitors of and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- B Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and net, h Whitmore of Winchester "Mrs. Harley Potter, ,who has family. Kelly also was a visitor visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit- been a patient at King s Daugh- The Sheriff's Office in the Court House will Be 0 of her aunt and uncle on Satur-more on Sunday evening, ters' Hospital, returned home onon Wednesday afternoon's during August for the day evening. I Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stuckey, Jr., Monday. venience of Taxpayers. ....... f M- !spent several days last week va- Mi~ Margaret Zombro and Mr. Sunday evening VlSltOrS 0 r ............. i and Mrs Marshall McAbo" of cauonmg m centrat west v r- Harold Greer, Washington, D. C., .... ~" ~ ~'~" - ~M , ginia and Western Maryland. were weekend guests of Mr. and Memo To Shepherdstown Residents: Hamown were ~ar. and . rs. Wavne McAbov and so-- Jeffre- IMr and Mrs Carson Nicholson Mrs. Norman Whetzel. - ~ " J'l " " " I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel and familyClarendon, Va, and of Dargan, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Da- , rid McAboy of Oharles Town, and Mfc. Eva Hackman, Shepherds- and family, Mark Osbourn, Shep- Mrs. Henry McKee and children, town, visited Mr. and Mrs. George herdstown, and Miss Zombro and Karla Kay and Henry of Ranson. Hilliard Saturday night. Mr. Greer visited Mrs. Alice Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zombro Whetzel, Strasburg, Va. PAY NOW AND SAVE Na.thaniel Gray and daughter, and sons, Norfolk, Va., spent two Miss Jennifer Gray were Mrs. Jo- Weeks recently with Mr. and Mrs. ATTEND CffUl~ seph Rana~lli and children, Mart- S. W. Zombro. In, Vivian, and Joey, of Millville, I Benita Anderson, Rajean Stuc- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moler of key, Karen Potter and Anna Mary July 28-Aug. 11-25 Charles Town, Mr. anti Mrs. Irv- Willingham returned home Satur- ATTEND CHURCH All Taxes Paid From Now Until Sept 1, 1966 WILL RECEIVE A 2 % DISCOUN'[ My Deputy, Jack Foutz, will be sitting in his office Shepherdstown from 7 until 9 p. m. nightly, during month of August to Collect 1966 Taxes. W. W. WHITTINGTON Sheriff of Jefferson 4 WAYS TO BUY CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA o,CASH 30 Day Charge TIME ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY LAYAWAY FOR HAS BEEN HEADQUARTERS FOR MR. & MRS. AND THEIR. CHILDREN "WHEN TUMI~E DRIED DON'T YOU, TOO HAVE YOUR OWN PENNEY CHARGE CARD?? 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