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TO CREDITORS l sent on said date to protect their Gue :t over ihe weekend wiIh and Mr. John Penwell, of I ]interest. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Sr. lhe bride, served as best man. the Creditors and Benefici-~ Given under my hand this 15th and family were Mr. and Mrs. Li, ttle Ricky Penwell, grandson of the Estate of WALTER day of September, 1966 Marshall Grove and children of of the bride, served as ring bear- R SM ~ Deceased. [ LEWIS D. NICHOLS Neersville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Fred er. persons having claims a-i Commissioner of Accounts Wilson and two c~hildren, Mr. and Following the wedding the the Estate of Walter deceased, whether, not, are notified to exhibit with the vouchers thereof, verified to the undersign- his affice in the Citizens Building, Charles Town, Virginia, on or before the Sept. 15-3-t. Jefferson County Mrs. Cliff Wilson and children, couple was served a ~ham dinner Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Jr. of in the Dillow home, after which Manning, Mr. and Mrs. James they left on a motor trip to York, Wilson of Ken4ucky, Mrs. BellyPa. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard of February, 1967; other-i they may, by law, be exclud- ~~~~ all benefit of said estate. Death of Bob Wilson .fit, iaries of said estate Mr. Robert (Bob) Wilson died appear on or before said day on Thursday in a hospital in amine said claims and other- Miami, Florida after a serious protect their interest, accident while swimming on Sun- re: under my hand this 12th day. He was the son of Rev. and of September, 1966. i Mrs. John Wilson of Silver Grove. MARK B. WETZEL Funeral services were held on OF ACCOUNTS i Monday, Sept. 12, from the Eack- JEFFERSON COUNTY Iles Funeral Home in Harpers 15-3-t. I Ferry. Survivors besides his par- ~lents are a son Robert Jr., three ~qr][CE TO CREDITORS 1 sisters; Mrs. Gayla Grove of Loud- tho. oun Heights, Va., Mrs. Carrie : ..................... e"lChristian of Laurel Bay, S. C., of the Estate of REBECCA iMrs" Betty Cribb of Marietta, -PNELL, Deceased.. I Ga ; six brothers, John, Jr., Freo, persons having cla.lms a-I Frank, Clifford and Paul of Har tae Lsl ate ol tteecca pers Ferry, Rt. 2 and James apnell .deceased, whether, .... TZnob Kv Burial was in ; not are notified to exhibit t~h'eJ~ilv'er drove Cemetery Our with the vouchers thereof, deepest sympathy is extended to verified to the undersign- ~ho wilCnn family his office in the Citizens ~'Sha"~n~'Gayle Chapman, small uilding, Charles Town, rginia, on or before the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd of February, 1967; other- Ghapman fell and broke her leg e they may, by law be ex- while swinging on Tuesday even- 'roll all benefits of said ing. She was a patieI)t in the All beneficiaries of said Charles Town General Hospital may appear on or before to examine said claims protect their in er. under my hand this 12th of September, 1966. MARK B. WE2ZEL OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY 15-3-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS for two 4ays. Mrs. Ada Cogle spent the past week in the Gharles Town Gen- eral Hospital. Mr. Cogle has been on the sick list for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller and children of Baltimore, Md., motored up on Sunday and spent until Monday evening with the la~ter's mother, Mrs. Ethel Buzz- ard and son. Mrs. Esther Spitler and three children, Mrs. Delma Staubs and two children, and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard were Sunday evening vis- itors with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boyd and son in Ranson. Mrs. Maude Hackley of Bolivar was a guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and sons. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mr. Raymond Cole returned home from the hospital on Mon- day ater being a patient in the hospital for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Baer of Sandy Hook, Md., were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart the Creditors and Benefici- of the Estate of JOSEPH KAIN, deceased. Cribb of Georgia and Mrs. Carrie Chris~tLan of So~th Carolina. persons having claims a. the Estate of Joseph Leo deceased, whether due or are notified .to-exhibit the vouchers thereof legal- I to the undersigned at in Harper's Ferry West on or before January 1967; otherwise they may by excluded from all benefits estate, All beneficiaries of estate are notified to be on said date to protect interest. Mrs. Floyd Simons The Ranson Helpers Club held the Jr regular monlhly meeting on September 1, ~t the Ranson Help- ers Club Building. The meeting was opened by Chaplain Core Foster, reading Proverbs 27, 1-9 verse, followed by the Lord's Prayer. and the Flag Salute. Roll call was by Katie Jenkins wilh 10 members present. Secretary re- port was by Ruth Nichols and was followed by the treasurer's report given by Katie Jenkins. There was no new business. , The meeting was closed with prayer by the Chaplain Core Fos- Cer. The Club asks all parents of boys and girls in any branch of the service to please get in touch wi~h any member of the club, so they can have their address in plenty of time for their Christ- mas boxes. Mrs. Leo Collins was called to Cincinnatti, Ohio, due to the sud- den death of her husband, of a heart attack. Funeral arrange- ments will be made there. We wish to extend our sympathy to Mrs. C(~llins and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jenkins and family spent Monday evening with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Owens in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Lucille Brown spent Fri- day with her mother, Mrs. Netta Rodgers, Winchester, Va. Mrs. Wanda Ring of Middleway, spent the day with her sister, Mrs. @ladys Pulse. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd in Halltown, on Sunday. The C. & M. Bank soft ball players enjoyed a cook-out Sat- urday and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Si,mons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Anders and family of Ran- son were in attendance. Mrs. Della Helsley, RFD, is a patient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital. She is the mother of Mrs. Charles Costello, George and family. Street. under my hand this 15th Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Avis Grim, Mrs. of September, 1966 and daughter, Norma, accompan- Elsie Maye, Rev. and Mrs. M. LEWIS D NICHOLS ted by Mr. and Mrs. Rona,ld Rod- [M[SSIONER OF ACCOUNTS gers of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. C Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin JEFFERSON CO~|Aldridge Staubs of Jefferson Ave. P~)pe, all attended the dedicat- ion servies oLthe .~ew Assembly :. 15-3-t. ,, ~:: =:~in Charles Town,, nmtored to .,~l- of God Church on":[he Shepherds- ~----------- ~ [to ona, Pa. on s~mr~ay morning town-MarUnsburg Road on Sun- NOTICE TO CIREDITORS [and visited with Mr. an.d Mrs. day. Rev. John Peaeher is the I Harry Rodgers and tamily. Mrs. the Cr~ and Benefi-*Wes Rodgers, Who is eighCy:five pastor,. of the-l~state of CHARLES iyears old, and.Mr, and Mrs. ~vaim Mr. and Mrs. French Ramey EY d,,,,~**d Rodgers ol N~torna, ~'a:, a!so .-. - and Mrs. Delphia Childs and Mrs. nerso~l's'"hav'~n,, claims a-]Red ot~er relatives in Aport,, r'a. John Ware spent Sunday with Mr. .... es E ~and returned home on Sunday and Mrs. Alvin Coleman in West- the Estate of Charl ~ minster, Md. ' aredeceased'notified whetherto due evening,cz e oz uar~a-, mu. M~$SOD Gad~ not exhibit the Mr. and.Mrs.iChar~s Everh, a~ ~e with vouchers thereof, leg- and son ~nu ....... ~_r_e_,~ 'verified to the undersigned at were visitors w~m ~ne xo m r~ trice in Harper's Ferry, West I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard nia on or before January lEverhart. Club Meets Home. At 1967; otherwise they may byI Mr. and Mrs: Garnet GrO:re" Mrs. Thomas Flt .at ck )e excluded from all benefits I were visitors w tn me a Lez- p r- id estate. All beneficiaries of/enCs, Mr. an.d Mrs. rt~Harold Wilt ---lEt--rl- estate are notified to be pre-land family ~n tsaKerm . The September meeting of the Dolly Madison. Garden Club was held a,t the home of Mrs. Thomas Our Bank has every possible modern l anking facility to offer to Customers. And one of them is Our Easy-To-Reach DRIVE- IN W ,IDOW Banking that's Easier and More Time Saving Just Drive In To Our DRIVE-IN RANKING WINDOW... Kirkoatrick with Mrs. Roger Perry serving as co-hostess. During the bu, siness meeting, disucssion was held concerning the possible organization of a Charles Town Garden Council. Plans were discussed for the Shenandoah - Potomac Distr~ct meeting to be held at the Moose Hall, on October 3. Luncheon will be served and a lecture given by Mrs. Herbert Greger. Reservat- ions must be in by September 27. Schedules were distri.buted for the Atristic and horticulture di- vision of the Jefferson County Fair Flower Show. Mrs. William Roth gave a prog- ress report on plans for the Christmas Flower Show to be ~iven by the Doily Madison on December 3, and 4, at the Charles Town Civic Center. Flower show practice for Sep- tember was en~tied, "Exodus." Mrs. Jack Huyett and Mrs. Roger Ramey had entries in this class. Awards for horticuRure speci- mens were as follows: Zinnia - Mrs. Roger Perry, red; Mrs. Allan Bartlett, yellow. Petunia - Mrs. Roger Ramey, blue; Mrs. Roger PerlT, red. Merrigold - Mrs. Roger Ramey, yeldow. Lantana - Mrs. Roger Ramey, blue. Glover.Penwell Nuptials Solemnized At Dfltow Home Aug. 6 Mrs. Lucy Penwell of near Charles Town and Mr. William Glover of the Newton D. Baker V. A. Cemer, were united in marriage August 6, at 6 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Difllow. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Temple Wheeler, of Harpers Our Checking Account Services Requires Ferry. The bride wore a dress of blue AT A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W. VA. lace over silk organza. Her cor- sage was of pink rosebuds. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace a gift from her daughter. Mrs. Sl irley Cheshire of Ran- son, served as matron of honor Those who attended the wed- (ling were: Mr. and Mrs. Mannie l)itlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Potts and children of Fairfax Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Ebert of Falls Church, Va., Mrs. Rosebud Cox of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Penwell and children,; Mr. Steve Brad4ey of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. David Cheshire. The bride is a nurse at the Charles Town General Hospital and the groom is a member of the staff at the Baker V. A. Center. Apple V ey-O ens Radio Club Has Meeting The monthly meeting of the Apple Valley Citizen's Radio Club, Inc., met ~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bender, of Pikeside in Berkeley County, on Tuesday evening with 18 mem- bers present. Mrs. Ed Mullen of Brunswick :i Md., presided for 1he rneclln: ]Itarper Ferry and Shepherdz-1 in lhe absence of President Char- ] town, has been sold by Captain I les Musser. and Mrs. James Wotton (USN Fol,lowing the business meet-] Ret.) to Mr. and Mrs. Frank ing a buffet style dinner was ! Ikard of Kenwood, Maryland. Mr. Ikard is President of the Amer- served with everyone present 1 bringing along a covered dish. 1 For it's August meeting the club membership held an enjoy- able picnic at Berkeley County War Memorial Park in Martins- burg, with the following present: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bender and dat~ghters, Cindy and Brenda; Mr. and Mrs. Garland tteflebower and ican Petroleunl Institute of New York and Washinffton and is a former Congressman from Texas. The Ikards have two sons. After extensive rehabilitation, they plan to use the farm for week- ends and vacalions. Captain Wotton came out of retirement to accept a position children Pat and Jim; Cheryl wi~h the National Aeronautics Starkey; Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Space Agency at Cape Kenn- Meglio; Mr. and Mrs..lack Brady edv, Florida. and son Todd; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKee have CharleSDaryl andCreamerjanie; Mr.and andChildren'Mrs. ~ld a part of their f, arm along Robert Childs and children; ,the Potomac River aboxe Scrabble Stevie Kevin, Cay and Tracey; to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams Mrs. Marion Childs; Mr. and Mrs. of Chevy C.hase, D. C. Mr. Will- Charles Musser; Barnie Jo De- tams is Director of the United lanney; Mrs. Dorothy Caniford States AID Mission to Pakistan and daughter, Linda; Pare David- and is stationed at Karachi. After son; Lori Price; Mrs. Norman their tour of duly in Pakistan Hailer and children, Ray and .the Williams plan to build a Jay and Mr. and Mrs. Frank summer home on the property. Comer. The part of the McKee farm pur- chased by the Williams family ~ge is well known among the Wash- Purcha in, on area "Spelunkers' for the deep limestone cave on the land. Fa tI , Bo~h farms were .~ld by the rms In Coun Tighe Woods Realtor fimn of Shepherdstown and Washington. Island Green Farm, a 245 Mr. Woods sold the Island Green acre farm including Knott Island property and Mrs. Robert Knott on the Potomac River between sold the McKee land. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 A--2 Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate 1 PER STOM'ER (SORRY, NO PHONE ORDERS) Play Acme's Exciting Fun Card Game... i Just 3 Uttle Words in The Same Series & You're a Winner!... Still Time To Win ... No Purchase Necessary TENDER, JUICY SIRLOIN A cute and colorful chair hand made for you " South Of The Border". 18" tall. Give your children their 0wn personal chair. Extra strong construction. Hurry in for yours! 230 WEST MAIN STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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