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Charles Town, West Virginia
September 15, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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September 15, 1966

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I[,.q ...... Ir r, I I III " I I I IT'S GREAT TO KNOW YOUR I AFFAIRS ARE IN ORDER... IIl J o.. your Will made.., with our institu- tion, an experienced and continuing One, as Execut6r-Trustee. Why risk delay? See your lawyer, and our trust officer, to dis- cuss it. ,. soon: IIII I I I IIII I I I K S A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts I III II I ] I ........... I III ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN By Mrs. Marianna Smallwood -- Phone 725-5707 On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Clar~ ense Smaltwood, her niece and nephew, Laura and Stuart Wol- ford visited the Leetown Fish Hatchery the Misses Valley and Lottie Markle and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smallwood and family of Sky Line Park, near Martinsburg. Once again this community was Early morning Worship Serv- of the woods where once were represented on the Housewife of ice will be held at 8:30 Sunday, held the KabletownSunday the Week Contest when Mrs. C. ,- Sept. 18, with Rev. Lynn But- Sohool picnics, i D. Boyer, Sr., was chosen. torff in charge. Assistant Super- Nelson Penwell and family re- We received a nice shower of intendent of Sunday School Mrs. cerRly moved from the Marcus rain late Monday afternoon The air was really refreshed once Allen Kidwell has called a meet- dwelling to a trailer at the Bloom- again. ing of all Sunday School teachers ery. I 'at 9:30. Each one isurged to be Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jen-I Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, Avon Hill, pre~nt. Sunday School will con- kins of Ranson visited Wednesday I accompanied ,her brother-in-law vene at 10 o clock; children s afternoon with her sister, Mrs. [and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John choir practice will be held Satur- Willard White. I Kanode of Winchester to Virginia day afternoon, Sept. 17, at 2 On Monday it was learned that lBeach for a vacation. o'clock. There will also be an Mrs. Margie Jacobs Miller, a for- -----~= :~_- ~an~'zm hour of handicraft, mer resident of this village whose 'The Kabtetown Church Memo- parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. rtal Fund has received gifts from Thomas W. Jacobs, resided here Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams, Sr., for m~ny years, died on Saturday,Mrs. Bernard Ott in memory of Mrs. Mollie Glass- Sept. 3, following a brief illness ford; from Mrs. Clarence Small- o~ paraylsis. Funeral services ~ :~- : - ~- .wood in memory of Bill Popkins were held Wednesday morning Little Ramon Gray, of Shep- and Mrs. Margie Jacobs Miller of wRh ir~terment in the Damascus herdstown, spent Monday and Boyd, Md. Cemetery. The deceased resided Tuesday wi~h his grandmother The Singhas well drilling out- with her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and aunt fit is at ~he farm of Mr. George Burd~te of Boyd, Md. Miss Jennifer Gray of Halltown. Hough where a well is being dug Mr. and Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mer- Mrs. Kenneth Anders, and child near the barn. cer of Ranson visited friends here ren Terry, Scott and Timothy of Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge, in the village Thursday. We are lRansn visited her parents, Mr. her son, Howard Carter of Blair- glad,Mrs. Mercer is much better. Iand Mrs. Bernard Ott Monday ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dodge of She spent from Tuesday through evening, Jeffrey, returned home Martinsburg were visitors Sunday Thursday of last week in the with his mother after spending a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'Winchester Memorial Hospital the week-end with his grandpar- Rowland. for observation and test~, ents. Mr. Carroll A. Burdette has be- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Rissler Mrs. William Honk, of Halltown gun fhe construction of a dwell- and family of Penn Hills, Pa., and Mrs. Frank Simons and son ing on the recently purchased spe~ the Labor Day weekend at Mark, of Ranson. were in Win- Langdon farm The location of their summer home, Rural Re- chester, Va., on Tuesday, Mark the home will be in the corner treat, having an ~ppointment with his , ........... doctor. They also shopped. Mrs. Kenneth Anders, and son, Timothy, of Ranson, and her mother, ,Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Tuesday in Winchester, Va. shop ping. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and grand son, Ramon Gray of Shepherds- town, spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson of near Halltown Mr. Douglas Bowers of Glen Burn,ie, Md. was a supper guest of his mother, Mrs. Winerd Bow- Give your lawn the Stamina it ers on Monday evening. " Mrs. Harry Dinges and son, Ricky of Charles Town spent Wed freezing temperatures. Use nesday mornin,g with her mother ' WINTER SURVIVAL, thefirst Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and sister, fertil izer made especkdlyfo!b Miss Jennifer Gray. fall and winter. Pickup enough Mrs. Henry McKee, and son, Henry, of Arlington, Va. and, to save3ourlawnthhWoekend! Mrs. Minnie Ott, of Ranson, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Feed 5,000 sq. ft. for Marshal,1 McAboy on Wednesday. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and Mrs. David Penwell, spent Thursday afternoon wRh Mrs. Martin Gri- mes and family of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mennor, Sr. and son Daniel of Fenelton. Pa. arrived Friday evening to 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN spend the wgek-end with Mrs. Telephone 725-5113 Mennors parents, Mr. and Mrs. B ermard. Ott. .......... Mr. Lester Moler, and Mrs. Win CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. rr's ouR. S R.T D. ALWAYS FIRST G, UALITY DON'T FOR..GEY ! Get in on the big doings! We've cooked up surprise buys for everybodyl Mom, dad, boys, girls. Happy Birthday for all. 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