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IlllllEli ~ " :" ~':r~:~>~::~'~ '~" ~"; ' Ill'l[' i ' 'r . ~ % .~, i, ~ ; : ~ : ; ' . :~.~' : : ::! = ;. l Ii 1 II %)here anking Is Pleasure K OF CHARLES TOWN NO SERVICE CHARGE -- NO MINIMUM BALANCE @ A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 NI I I I I RANSON Mrs. Floyd Simons .-.x.oo*: ~'e,X. Our dee~t sympathy goes out to the Alien Athey family in the death of his wife Mrs. Dorothy Ring Athey. The funeral was held from the Calvary Assembly of God Church, Faiffax Blvd Ran- son, by her pastor Rev. William Reed. The sen, ices was largely at tended and many flowers, and + -- burial was in P~easant View Mem ory Garden, near Martinsburg. Death of Aunt Mr. Lee Brown received word on Friday of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Walter (Mollie) Brown at Lebanon Church, Va on Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs. Bernice Snarr her daughter. Fune ral services was Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m, from Lebanon Church and burial was in the Lebanon Cemetery. The Ranson Civic Ciu,b held their annual picnic on Sunday afternoon at ~he chtb house. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown over the week end was Rev. and Mrs, Joseph Roby and sons, of Winche~er, Va Mrs, Kathryn Webb and Mrs. Nancy Renner of Shenandoah Jun ction, .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank RanallJ of Ranson, Mrs. Dorothy Arnott of Martinsburg. Mrs. Mary Zombro called on Mrs. Cora Foster recently. We wish '~Cora" a speedy recovery. Mrs. Elsie Maye and Mrs. Nancy Shutts attended an all-day fellow- ship services at .the Mission Tab- ernacle last Saturday. Rev. Ray- mond Jones of Martinsburg was the afternoon speaker, evening speaker was the Rev. Elwood Mor ris of Washington, D. C. Friday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Eslie Maye were Env. Gee rge Smith of Greenboro, N. C. and Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Waters of Martinsburg. Had Auto Accident The many friends of Mrs. San- dra Ring Gruber are sorry to hear I Just how easy is it for you to get into your own home when you're locked out? For the trained burglar, it's easier. With a Homeowner's Policy your valuables are protected usually only up to 40-percent of the amount on the dwelling. Is this enough) PHONE US AT 725-7081 IWC. AtAItTINSlU HAItLI[S TOWI, I | t Largest Independent Insurance Agency In The Eastern P dle of her automobile accident Which 7home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Fh iKp occurred Friday morning. Mrs. ~ Creamer, Summit Point. Gruber is a patient in the Char- Tuesday morning while assist. les Town General Hospital in very serious condition. She is a grand daughter of Mrs. Lee Brown. We wish her a very speedy recovery. Mrs. Melvin Snyder and Mrs. Floyd Simons were in Winchester Va Wednesday for a visit to a doctor there. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown the past week were Mr. and Mrs. John Whitting ton and daughter Bambi of York Pa Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman of Winchester, Va Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and daughters, Teresa and Denise of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Marian (Buddy) Lanham and son Trevor. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Springer family in the death of their mother, Mrs. Laura Springer on Monday night. Serv- ices were held Thursday from the Eackles Funeral Home in Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. Wil- liam Reed and interment in Plea- sant View Memory Gardens on Route 9, near Martinsburg. S. Sgt. William Monroe and Mrs. Monroe and daughter Pam spent the long weekend with Mrs. Monmoe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Fields. Misses Lynn Pope and Sue ;eott of 'Bolivar caned on the former's cousins Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oft and family 7th Ave. Saturday evening. Mrs. Raymond Snyder of Boli- var spenl Monday with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. ,Melvin Snyder, Cooke St. We want to welcome our new neighbors in our block, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ott and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wilt moved in their new home on 7th ave. last week. Mrs. Forrest Glassford called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Johnson and daughter Dee Dee of Millville and Mr. Robert Darr of Shenan- doah Junction were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Glaize. Mr. Kenneth eden is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital, we wish him a speedy re- covery. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim spent Sunday in Stanley, Va. visiting friends. Glad to hear Mr. Ralph Sager is home ~rom the hospital and is getting along nicely. Wedding Bells Wedding Bells rang for two our neighbors Saturday. Mrs. Ethel Waiters to Mr. Donald Wean, and Miss Patsy Mahone to Mr. David Oats, Romney. Mrs. Elsie Maye and grand children Melinda Maye, Ricki, Keith and Tana Carr visited the Antietam Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Md. and had lunch at Oh! Henry's Thursday evening. KABLETOWN Mrs. Marlanna Smallwood The Ka~oletown Extension Home maker's Club will meet Thursday afternoon September 13 at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. George Cole, Charles Town. Mrs. David Mc- Millen is the leader of the lesson "You and Your Market Basket Part Ir'. Quarterly Conference Sunday September 13th Quart- erly Conference of Central Cir- cuit will be held at Bethany Unit- ed Methodist Church, Bardane be ginning at 7:30 p. m Mrs. Elsie Grey has returned to her home, Meadow Brook, ~fter accompanying her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watson, MaPtinsburg to Plorida where they visited the former's son, Charles Grey and family of Orlando. She enjoyed the visit and the sightseeing tours which included Cape Kennedy, her grandson Jimmy remained with her sister, Mrs. Jessie Clipp, dur. ing her absence. Recent visitors who spent sev- eral days with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer, Sr. of Shannon Park were his cousins, Mrs. Agnes Bell Vitch of Villanore, Penna Mrs. Ruth Bell Egan of Wilmington, Del Mrs. Boyer Vitch and children, Bill, Nancy and Tom of Malvern Penna. On Sunday August 30 Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer Sr. son George David of Shannon Park, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ~Boyer an~l sons, Donald and Jimmy of Jefferson Avenue attended the Creamer-Boyer fam- ily reunion which was held at the Dial 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA ing his father with the mowing of hay before leaving for school, Bobby Brooks Jr. inflicted a wound on his right hand between the thumb and index finger. Riley Thompson, an employee of the Smalley Box Company, Berryville has been uncomfor- table for several days due to strained muscles of lower abdo- men. He remained off from work for several days. Scott Bayliss of Berryville spent TUesday night with his aunt, Mrs. Edwards (Chubby) Seal and faro. fly. Mrs. Joyce Hoak and daughters Joyce and Melissa of Hagerstown were visitors Friday of her sis- ter, Mrs. Robert Brooks and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler, daughter Dianne and her fiance, Mike Alvarez attended the Rissler family reunion held Sunday, Sept. 6th at Unita Farm, the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler. The annual Bush-Rawland re- uioIi was held Sunday Sept. 6th at the local church. Mrs. Joshua Clipp attended as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bush, Cha rles Town. Mr. Thomas Penwell, chairman of the local paper collection as- sisted by George David Boyer pian a drive in the near future. Last Thursday bvening they. gath- ered a pick up "truck load storing in the usual building to await a truck to haul it to Halltown Paper board. The dwelling owned by Mrs. Willard White and occupied by her grandson Chubby Seal and family, has been given a whit coat. The work was done by her son, Bob White assisted by Chub- by/ Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Oden, who were recently married were ten- dered a surprise shower Saturday evening Aug. 29th. at their mob- ile home on Route 9 near Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lily and four children attended a birthday party Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Nunn, Rippon honoring their son David, on his fourth natal anniver SPIRIT OF JEFFEI'ISON FARMER's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER I0 1970 t sary. Mrs. Kenneth Kelly received word Thursday morning of the death of her father Mr. Harry Remsburg of Buckeystown, Md. Funeral services were helr Sun- day afternoon in Frederick, Md. with interment made in the Jeff- erson Cemetery. Our sympathy is extended to the Kelly fanfily. Mrs. Jessie Clipp reported for work Wednesday at the Byrd apple packing house near Charles Town. Gifts have been received by the Kabletown Memorial Fund in memory of Mr. Joe Howell from Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, in mem ory of Mr. Willard White from Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Zombro. ENGLE METHODISTS TO HAVE FESTIVAL SEPT. 12 Engle United Methodist Church Engle, W. Va. will hold a festival, Saturday, September 12, beginn- ing at 6:00 P. M. at the church. Everyone is cordially invited attend. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NORMAN E. Insurance Consultant Pairfax Bldg.-Phone WEST LIBERTY CHARLES TOWN, W MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPAM MUTUAL FIRE tN$URANC| C011@lll UFI INSURANCE COMPANqf Loo~dlv Own~l Insurmses Save 34c on each pair. of Gaymode Cantrece pantyhose Skin-sleek Cantrece@t! stretch nylon panty hose With Arrests-: Run@. Lots of fashion col0rs in short, average, long, even extra-long lengths. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. Reg, NOW 'Glenmore' bonded acrylic. 54/56". Reg. 3.98 yd.i Now yd. Bonded acrylic, Solids and plaids. 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