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noon at the Ruritan Fair Grounds V. Brook 5r. ]Dinner was served at the Pay- Town. elnMuFP D/~UWP I near Berryville, Va. ~ Miss Beth Snyder returned to l ilion. Kenneth Carr, Charles Town. Youth Chorus To Sing sPmIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 x~aA~. Miss Sue Snyder of "Wesi *the-Unlve~ity of West Virginia ] Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howell Mrs. Sand#, Gru'ber, Kearneys-~ ~C"~J~" At n ~Vm-'* Mrs. Stuart Crim t Shenstone' returned to Shepherd in Morgantown on Monday after~ and children of Gainesville, Va. viile. $ ~ ~: t~:.~ :.~~ ~,:~] College on Monday after spend, spending the weekend visiting were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Gray, Harpers there will be a musical, program for the 11:00 a. In. service . M ""-'Y'T"-~"w'~'~"~"~i ing the Labor Day holidays wRh with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Junior Grove and family. Ferry. Friday night at 8 p. m. at the Garland EdInonts of Ha W S. Meet her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wallace James H, Snyder. I Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Sm .h Billy C,heli, R o, Ap0sfles Church church. Va missionary to Togo, The Women s Missionary Soc-Snyder, Miss Julie Breckinridge of of Pleasa~tville, Md Mr. and Miss Julia Creamer, Sumner Mr. Zion A. M. E. Church and Africa. Evenenig iety of the Baptist Church met on Master Mark Rudolph celebrat- Alexandria, Va. was a guest over Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter Point. " The Youth Chorus of the Can- Stewart Chapel A. M. E. will Service at 7:30 p. In. ~lhursday evening at the home of ed his birthday on September the weekend at "Fla~", the Tracie of Sandy Hook, Md. were Bruce Hammer, ~t Point. non Baptist Cht~rch of Washing- sponsor a chicken dinner on Sat- 7:00 p. In. the Royal rs. Otis Green in Ranson with ilst and was honored on the oc- home of her grandmother, Mrs. Sunday dinner guests wi~h Mr. Roy Corbia, Kearneysville. ton, ,D. C will appear at the uroay, Sept. 12, 1970, beginning will meet. Tuesday at 7:30 p. seven of the members matten- cation with a family gathering J. C. Breckinridge. arid Mrs. Cecil Everhart and faro- King s Apostle Holiness Church at 12 Noon until it is sold out. the Missionettes and C. A's m dance. The meeting was called to held at his home on that evening. W. S. C. S. M,eets |fly. Mr. Smith who is serving MEDICAL of God, on 3rd Ave Ranson, W. Plates will be delivered, $1.50. Thursday at 7:30.p.m. will order by the presMent and open Those helping him celebrate were The Wamen s Society of Christ with the U. S. Navy in Philadel- Mrs Mamie Dodson Charles Va. on Sunday, September 13, at For reservations call 876-6338 or Bible Study. " ed with Devotions led by, Mrs. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Jan Service o~ the Methodist Chu r)hia, snent the weekend with - ",3 and 7:30 p. m sponsored by 876-6334 or 725-5629. The dinner Owen Swisher. The evening s pro Bentley Rudolph, his aunt and rch met on W~esday evening [aia Wife-'- aad parers. Town: ~ ~. ,~ ,~L.~ ~.~ ~ the Young. M~thers ClUb. Benefit will be at both churches. gram entitled "A Score of Years uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnsoni . of last week at the home of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. 3ohn WhRehair max .|of the Pastoral Anniversary. The =ad Tke ii ii n Venezuela was presented by land thmr son Donme, of Charles Robert Chrmman in Leetown. ! and sons Keith and Brian were ' ~.u. . l~blic is invited. . UIH llp III wsl ors wlm n p enus, . I I t/I t,OIVOI 1/ Mrs~ Green and was followed by iTown, his grandfather, Mr. Mar- Folle~ag the evening's program " "t is ar -- Mr and Miss Rebecca Mills, Ranson. [ ~Ami,~ E~, ~P~lu~m~ a, routine business meeting. At shall Jenkins and Master Peter and a routine business meeting o~ ~ - Ral ~. c ^r o n,~~ ~am~*~ / it s conclusion the meeting was I Van Tel. a pleasant social hour was enjoy- pert Ferry. "~I v,~ o2s?2," ~,~,~ [ ~#u~ ~N~ ~WO! ! ~,^mk|, P ~J /~o Mk adjourned and a pleasant soc~l I Mr. and ~rs. EIwood Cheshire ed dd~g which delicious refresh Mr and Mrs Cecil Walling and u auae je~Kms, ~ar~ms~urg /4b~gllW|~ ~U ~HU|U| "" ' ers f William Inners, York, Pa family Mrs. Michael Rodg "" Ch i A hour was enjoyed during which land daughters, Patricia and Step ments were served by the hostess w~,~.~,~ ~a ~,~ g,maav Mrs. T, Io . ape . M. L Semces The following schedule of ser- delicious refreshments were serv hanie, were guests over the w e~ ,k Here to attend the football ~ ~ ic ed by the hostess, lend at the home of the latter s[ganW between the Charles Town -~-~tors ,~,h Mr ~,~a ~rs Ca,- John Cooper, Charles Town.[ es were announced for the ~ Calva Asse ~" ~^'~e"- ~n"~ ~"il" Miss Karen Andrews, Charles I ry mbly of God Church Miss Shirley Macoughtry spent lparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman|Panthers and the Keyser Golden ~m ~wus x~,u ~m #. The l%ev Jot E " r--" Town I . eph . Washing- on Fa~rfax Blvd, Ranson, W Va Thursday in Luray, Va. where she I Michael, in Augusta, W. Va. and I Tornadoes, the Reverend and ~ u~me mar~y ~m~os rein ton Sd asto " ' " Mrs Margaret Giffin, Harpers | p r announces the by the Rev William Reed, the was a guest at the ~home of the l on Sunday attended the AnnuallMrs. Ha~ry P. Light aad their to ms home on "rnursaay from Ferry" |followin sg chedule of services for pastor " We Warn More I Reverend and Mrs. Jennings W tTimbrook family reunion whichl family of Keyser, W. Va. were the:Wash!ngt0nC~ 2heO~P~aasl Mrs: Lillian Edwards, Ca~rle~lStewart Chapel A. M. S. Church Saturday at 7"30 p m, Cal ary- " Hobson and their family. I was held at the Hampshire Cou- ] visitors On Friday evening at the m tiagerstown, Mu. where n w ~'- " ~ at Kearne-sville i-- ~ "~" ~ '~ - - Miss Julie Creamer, daughter Irrty Fair Groumls. l home ~he former s brother and ~ r~ti~t nv ~wtl d~ 1~ i~~own. ! : . ~ ~,u ~n~. -. u-Linen ~ ~uarm~, ~unuay ~cnoo[ a~ i of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer ] Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Poston ] sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~, ~,n ,~ ~ ~na ~r ~ Ca,~ Wflbert Preston,Clearwater,cnu cn at Duffield. [ 10:00 a. m.; Morning Worship t~m~. Tell Us | ,:-':~ Y F~orida [ At the Kearneysville church'Service at 11"00; Guest Speaker of Locust Grove', was an bver-|of Charles Town were visitors on|Light and their children, Bobby, ~u~s Robert Chapman, Charles Town night patient in the Charles Town I Sunday at the home of the for- I and Linda. 1 Little Michael Rodgers was Pa ~ [ Uke It Is-- | I General Hospital on Saturday, I mer s brother-in-law and sister, [ Honored on B~-~ I home from school the past week ction? ~agvm, ~nenanuoan ~un-,I sick and under the doctor's c re having unde~ne a" T~ect. J Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers and I ": "" "~ " * ' I "-- : Mrs Mable PearelI, Ranson ]l V I E W P 0 1 N T ! ! omy there earlier that day. }his ,brother, Mr. Skinner Potion. Compamenung me . .rowers Mrs. vama ana rams Wiliiam " - Mr. and Mrs. W. J. furr, in ] Miss Kathy Moore of Hinton. mother John Jenkins, on Sandy Smith of Pleasantville, Md. ~eDonald, Ranson. /| BY LOUISE LEONARD company with their daughter. [W. Va. was a visitor over the ner e gnuem mrmaay Mr. aria were guests on Monday wxth h r * ill Mrs. Ralph Dunn, attended the[L~bor Day holidays at the home|Mrs. J n.n E. Daws. Sr. entertain- were Monday visitors with Mr j~e~j01rli~n Idlsmn~ I~ ' ~~ annual Renner family reunion lof her brother-in-law and sister ea at a ramify garnering on 'rv and Mrs. Cecil Everha t and fa'm ram. I't LICAN CANDIDATE which was hem on Sunday a ter- the Reverend and Mrs. William day everljng: Those present, in fly, tq [| FOR STATE SENATE ;,~ .~ . t acmizion to meir son Jimmy were k~.~~~ ]Mr: and Mrs. John E. Davis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. RaTrnond Cole ~~ ~,I I and family of Purcellville, Va l Let's Talk Ab " ] and daughter, Mr" and Mrs' Larry mother Mrs. Leon Staubs. Lk:--. r.q tm l| out i~l~i~!~ll~im~lm ~ll~i ~ ]Shanholtzer and daughter, Mr. rm m, qmw mm-- m " [ andson MrS.of Robertwinchester,Clay Carperva. andand daughterMr" andRobinMrS, wereLem StaUbSguests withand,v ,eu,v,r sr, ,nnn eUUJIKI 1 ~~~ r his parents; Mr. and Mrs, Harry -- . l J Messrs Charles and Larry Crim Sta,~s in ~vo,~ ~ez~ersonmn ~anor convels-I~ ~ahwdaU ~:an~nmha, 10 10711 I of Charles Town. Mr .and Mrs. ~" con Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of Cha lea sa Nurmng l me, of nearII Propo ls have been made by our State Tax Commissioner, AIMI~JI dG~lq;ll~i;I I!# II1~ IDavis, in company with their es Town, was one ot l~urs- near Washington spent the week . Charles H Haden 11 x s f indu t th 10 " A M ]sons and d [ughters their mg Homes in West Vir.dnia for ta reduction or s ries at ,mi v sued a Class I license recently by spend money to curb air and w ter pollution and to comply ~ :,m ~ J families, motored recently to the ena wRh IllS mother Mrs. ~sie o" 403 S URCH ST. - CHARLES TOWN w. VA. I Enehan~ed Forest near Baltimore "~'~ "s'~"~'~"~.~'"'n,om. ~ la,~o ~ the State Nursing Home Licens- with health and safety laws. ,a mg Board for the fiscal year be-lI Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish v~SRerOhma with .Mr. and Mrs. Jerry g ~~Ysland administrators II Let's support these proposals. Sofa; ove uffed chair; platform rocker; library table; West- } and their daughter Stacey visited ~ghouse TV~ leather stool; straigh* back and rocking chairS; Ion Sunday with the latter'$ cou- ~v~rs r~haf~a~~rs Jua of the Jeffersonian Manor ,eli 9 x 18 rug (approx.), d~bM and single metal bed, complete;, [ sins, Mr. and Mrs. W*iUiam Lock nit~ B,~rd s,d d~'~ ~h i~ Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hehle o~II Think About It, Won't You" dre sers; seyeral stands; high ehair; bookcase; books; some |wood their daughter Pamela ine-we e-vi'sitors on Wednesday---- - . - - - Chsa e hT tW rxiMr uMary"tmJrenk'| //M , linens and'blankets; clothes basket; pictures; clarinet; large [at their-home nem[ Middleway. with Mrs. Doris $tewa~ and s me nursing supervmor. I~ It fan; ~-maH ~Issweeper;~ironing board; Frigidaire refrigerator: I Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest.Rudolph c~drsrenI~ryBt?~r~ and d.ugh I' ~ii electric iron7 waffle iron and toaster; pressure cooker; ,lot of ] aria sons: Marg aria ~ a,m, m corn C i " e par~ w n me lazier s parenm, arm ng jam; wheelbarrow; gard n hose; large assortment of [M- ter, Christine were callers recent: --- " garden -toois;v~ ano- om*t'er a-~-rtiems not listea ly with Mrs. Nancy Boyd and I d lmotored to Middletown, Va. on children in Ranson, ~A~ll ~I ~~~~ |Sunday where they were joined Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers I IJI II IPl R,I~ fl~ i ]-[,~| ~ g TnU/'I~ T,q~e. |by Mr. and Mrs. NelsOn Gruver and children were visitors with = ~1~ ! L/~~L~L =~.~.- v~.~== |of Middletown. The group had Mr. arm Mrs. David Sta~hs and ~ JI ~" 1,7 ~ e n L. ware /]dinnerlater attendedat the aWaysich Inn andof family in swiek, Md. Your Happy Shopping" I - -. - performance Mrs. Lin and two e ild AUeUO~eer.-e~'AUL ~. MILL~I~ JK "1 r~ i, "D~" at th~ Wnvgid~ CI rk. CtIARLES E, WARE ]Theater ren of BrunsWick, Md. were guests on Monday with Miss I f TRUSTS NOTE: The items sold at this auetton are Items 1. Mr and Kenneth Mills Wanda E e hart and Angela. I,J ~Ll~C~leway vls~ea on~ J~ues~ay o~ P , remaining after the owners had selected and witltdnwn the |lost * n They also visited with Mrs. Del- I pieces lred. /D'ant~ Mi%s~'~ th"e ~e~'of h"m ma Staubs and daughtelrs; Mrs, Gary smu son; Mrs. /t ,:,lgran Mr an Mrs: Allen Frances Rodgers. . /Glass~o~. Dante was eeh~bi~tting Mr. and Mrs. Gary Staubs and I ~' ~'~1 . COIN'S. ]hi$: seventh birthday on that day. Marty were guests with her fO X / ~, ell l Mr. and Mrs. Willla~ "iilurch hag at Myrtle Beach, N. k I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. HOSPITAL l WS I kfij j 1 ll Stuart Crim at ;'Monte on - From The ii l hi# Labor Day were the latte 's eou- CImHes 11 IFdro Putart son III and their and ,f daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaln and daughters, P, Jdhelle IDEAL REPAINT FINISHES-RIGHT NOW $.4 VINGS HUNDREDS OF COLORS PROM PERT PASTELS TO RICH ~TH TONES 01L RICH BEAUW FOR YOUR HOME TOUGH AND DEPENDABLE Gives you a sorne house -otsction sSt: you em well GAL. GAL. ONE COAT WHITE and Susan, all of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Ray Pickett and child- ren, Melanie, Christine and Erie and their granddaughter, Miss Susan Stagner, of Jefferson Vii- lage. SILVER GROVE Mrs. Ethel l mum Holmes.Busurd B umion The Holmes and Bussard Re- un!on was held on Sunday, Svp- tember 6 at the Jefferson Mere- ori Park in Charlea Town. Those attending from this corn- were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and g ter Mrs. anita and daughter Mr. Cogle and Mr. and Mrs, family; Mr. Cogle and child. Cogle son Mark;, ,Mxs. Coak and Mrs. WaRer hart- Mr. Floyd e and iane, Rhon- nd Jz :. V ,nessa Ever- rt; Mrs. jean WMtehair and sons : and Brian; Kay Pe ell and brother Timmy; Mr. Charles Cogle; Mr. and Mrs. Cogle and Virgil GiRt. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs Donald Ruble of Mar- t g, Tuesday the day of August, 1970 A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spinks of Lees- burg, Virginia. Thursday the 2rid day of Septeml)er, 1970. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Willmm Burr of Boons hero, Md Sa urday the 5th day of September, 1970. daughter was born to Mr. Mrs. Larry Foster of Martins burg, on Saturday the 5 h day of September, 1970. A daughter was born to Mr. mad Mrs. Jack Pennington of Cha ties Town, the 5th dxy of Septem- ber, 1970. A daughter was born to Mr. Baby Play Pen -Mesh Play Yard Reg. 19.99 - NOW 16.88 725-S113,Charles Town, W. Va. 121 Baby High Chair By Cosco 17.00 - NOW 14.88 Cosco Baby Toilets Reg. 7.00 - NOW 5.88 Girls' Car Coats Corduroy. Size 7 to 14 Reg. 7.00- NOW 5.88 Girls' All'Weather Coats Size 3 to 6x - 7-14 Val. to 19.00 NOW REDUCED 1/3 and Mrs. Stroop of Shenandoah Junction, tha day of September, 1970. A daugl tev was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Cox of Kearneys- ville, the 7th day of 1970: OzRe Carpet Tiles Mrs. Beatrice Keiter, Ranson. IMrnRed Quantity Mrs. Indae Cooper, Har rs T/e A TILE Ferry. Gregory Breeden, Brunswick, [ I Md. l Ladies' Crochet Mrs. Balboa WIHiams, Knit V,t & Poncho Jack Knippen rg, Tampa, Flo-l! Reg.7.00 - NOW 4.88 rida. l Reg. 9.00 NOW 5.88 Joseph Krolt, Rockvflle, Md. 11 " Miss Beverly Rickard, Charles t l one Group Of Ladies" Sla s Wools - Perma Press to 8.oo - NOW 5,00 I will sell fellowlng at Buek Auct 01 East M Be,V&, on Route 7: ~AY, S~~ER 11, 1970 -At7 P,M. Ladies' . P e- Fle Wigs Val, to .oo- NoW ,8s One tar@e, Group Of Wigs& Wiglets - Falls YaL from 7 95 *.o Ladi~' Air-Weather Vat. from 16.00 tO REDUCED BY I/3' One Group Of Cotton Dresses Reg. 11.00 - NOW 8.88' Reg. 8.90 - NOW 5.88 color TN with U. H. F.; 2 - lar Gold Pleees; 2 ' Gold Pieces; 2 10-Do] .r DoRars; other old ceins; V.;, 20" eo . sole T.V.; ct st re ri tar; G. E. gera or; aft' TERMtt.-CABH: N king to be m ed UM l fmr. W. D. 0RNDORFF- Aut4iome Not For Aceident On HeM EveW Friday Nlgizt At P. 10-I One Group Of Knit Dresses Reg. 10.00 - NOW 7.88 Children's Shoes Val. to 10.00 NOW 2.88 & 3.88 Knit Piece Goods Val. to 4.00 Yd. NOW 1.97 YD. Ladies' Coats Fur Collar | All Room-Size Rugs I Indoor, Outdoor - Oval Braided Reg. 65.00 - NOW 54.00 One Group Of Ladies' Coats Reg. 48.00 - NOW 39.88 One Table Of Ladies' Foundation & Lingerie REDUCED BY One Table Of La ' A es - Gloves - Bags Lips - Scarf- Hose Val. to 1.00 - NOW 21e One Group of Men s Dress & Sport ShAfts Iong Sleeve Val. to 4.00 - NOW 2.00 Table Of Men's Wear 44e TO 1.44 Men's Work Shirts Reg. 3.99 o NOW 3.44 Men's Work Slacks Reg. 4.99- NOW 4.44 Men's All-Weather Coats Slightly Irregular Reg, 25;00- NOW 16.88 M 's Jadt to REDU D BY 1/3 Ladies" Broke Sizes aI. to I7.00 - NOW 3. g Men's Shoes 100% Nylon Tweed & Solids Val. to 59.95 - NOW 38.88 Carpet Remnants Assorted o>iors Reg. 1.00 - NOW Reg. 2.00 - NOW 1.66 Reg. 3.00 ' NOW 1.97 Reg. 5.00 - NOW 3.88 One Group Of Scatter Rugs Sl gh y Irregular Below Price 8.o 2 0i An ne Satin Dralmries Assorted V d' to 16.99 - Reduced Superior ~al ity Blankets 72 X 90 - 3.44 EACH ,f ,W, One Group Of Bedspreads & Matching . tains Val. to $t0 -Reduced 50% ~ate P~ide Feather Pillows Reg. 1.99- 2 FOR 3.00 Uallned Jackets VeL 7.00 REDUCED BY 1/3 one Odds & Ends VaL to 5.~0 Wlt It Lasts- 88e Twill Slacks -7o.w i,i i Val. to 17. - NOW' 6.85 Reg. 5.00 - NOW 3.97 ~~ T0WN mmm