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queenP ot me x~anmes o| Alexand~ |/ ~ ] ] iNll Basch, Charles Town; Baby Ed- parent, Mr. and Mrs. Norval r k~| ~rmh Hact|mP SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ~;aln~er, Ha~er~ ~rr~, ~aster me "Mason of ~er~'ardsto~n and T0 Be Featured Baton ,,- ' " " day evening ~,. l& [ *" " ~r DtcSnald Brown on Sunda 1] . [nmuslasm Without [~ir Williams~ ~lnreuP"a~.t~WS William C Shewbridge, Knox- . y m ] I" " 'c, i7'rel~ea~atT'~" ]ville Md; Mrs. Darlene F. Smoot, ~ternoon ~t the Full Gospel Pen ff Twler At Gnd Game . -. , ...... ,p. n.. Sr: Chow rehearsa, ] Ranson; Mrs. Clara L. Sowers, of costal C.hurCh at Four Mile Woods t rana.c]sm wm Be I nesoay a~ '/:au p.m. ' Sarah Hostler,a seniorat The Jr and Cherub Choir~ ]Charles Town; Mr. Howard C. Visitors at the home of Mr. n I OBSTETRICAL ] Mullen, Purcellville, Va., at. 1; and Mrs. Lee Brown this past ~ m Cha.r!es Town High School, will ~, m- ,A., m . [der the direction of Mrs. C~ " "" n s oe me ~eaturea ~aton lwirler Hoffman, nave resumea t...a ~t,.~ m.- A .iot-~,.~ ]Mrs. Marie H. Jackson, Charles weekend were Mrs. Edith Jo e ~ ......... ~erm0n r0r mm0mm ] . ../'": "":.. ...... "..~%"".,:."" ": ....... ! " v of Martinsbur~, Miss Patty Swa ~or me ~naries Town-~ouaoun practice sessions The Ju4 t~nar~o~ "v~wn ~enr 1:~ a nov , Town, Mrs. Louise H. Rained, of ,=,, .., - ........... ] .,: ..... % ...... ~. ........ Charles Town and Mrs. May V. rtz of Rockford, Ill... Mrs. Wanda wounty too~eait game scneouleu The Rev. Mr. Williams will use I will meet on Monday at 4 . Mr~an~Mr~ John W. Popkins,[ Johnson of Shenandoah Junction. Ring and daughter of Middleway ~ [~ [] I[ for Friday, September 23. Sarah "EnthusiaSm Without Fantacism" i and the Cherubs will me~ ~.,a~H~ ~uw,, ~. ~, o,.:v,-] Mr. S. W. Zombro, Kearneysville. ~ ~ [] ]] has been in the high school band for his sermon topic at Asbury I Tuesdays a,t 3:30 p.m. '~ ~; Y'. ...... / ~,.~2!~?~:..~:~X.~l~:,V,~ Mrs Clara Snyder of Martins- m [] I I for six years. And is now a drum Methodist Church, corner of N ] ~ Le~:l~uanav~rSse~.g~ea~omKS'[ ........ .~.':.:,k'~'. " ....... burg "spent Saturday afternoon I [] [] II majorette. The band wi!l play Charles & North Streets, Sund~y: FRIENDLY CLASS T~ "" ~'~ ~'r" ~;:" 7~ M..a~a | ~N~||~i wi~h her daughter Mrs. Helen ~ [] [] ] ] 'The James Bond Theme, to ac- Sept. 25. Two morning Worship] MEET MONDAY AT Q~ e,.~,q~o m ..... " u~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~] Boyd. ~ [] ~ I ] omp ny her Services are held, 8:15 and 11 t The Friendly Class of *~ ' " Mrs Betty Cash received word oelock b e i "' irl ' " 1 . . ury M thud st Church wil~i g Mr ana Mrs C*,rus W ~oler l Mrs. Floyd Slmons from her son Phllqlp that he. en- , ~j~ ~ ~ Marshall bld:armlek Tim Sr. MYF will meet at the lMonday, September 26 at~ e~,~::,-~'.~ i'.'.~*~., e'..~* ~a'[ ~:~~):~g~.,~>Y~ tered the St: Mary s Hospital in ~ '' ..... J ~ ....................... home of J T Kitchen 7th Ave - o .... ~,,u~. o.,,~ ...... o~v ..... ! ............................ tm..~.~. ~;.~ .............. n ~ ~ ~ ~ *" ;" -= --" - -- ~ home of Mrs Calwn Nmod] . *~,,~-~-, ,,-..-... ~,,- o--s,~-~ ~ .: v~.: : : ~ : . ' r~anson at t):~o p m lne Jr mxv [ - - a g~rl. Mrs. Nell Meade of Arhngton,. " " a cc; ~ ::::~::::::~ :::::::~ ~ ~ ~ . . m Rl, ppon at 8.00 p. m. --." ..... / ..............a....~.+... ~;"S [hlS balCk he retired In n a .- i~ :~:~: :~: ~: ~amed President Of , w ll meet Sunday evening at 6:30 ! " . den,t several years ago Phllhp.::: ......... : ::: p m at the church Master Robert E Stewar~, Iiar-[ Phyl!ls Ki!mer 7th;Ave. SundaY. would" like to hear from his old i!:;; ~!i "~'i:i~ !:i:ll~.--- Qgk..I- 4 U ~l..L "Wine Commission on Finance, Read The Spirit-Advo~. ~vtr ana ;~lrs ~vieivln anyaer ' i ' R n c. ' wise urns t, lUU pers Ferry; Mr. Dallas L. Hedge,| ..,,.~,;...., .,;.~, ~.o,,,, ~,, +~o;, [ tr en~s in Charles Town and a - :~:i ~ :~i~ ~ ~:: Mr. Char]~es Myers chairman, will] A rrv~xvr~ f~TTTVr~ Charles Town, Rt. 1, Mr. Mmhael I ~.~..~2 .... ~. ............. o.... son. His address is Mr. Phflhp .... ~ :~ ~:~::~ :~ ~i .............. meet Monday a 8 n m Wednes- 2-k I k ~IN 1.) ~l'lt.)l~M n,m,,,t~a rh~rl,~ rr,,,un ~-r~- ] icme oaugmers ~m olrmuay ou~, ~ t,ao~. ~, Ma-- o ~o*'i*al 2 256 ~ ~!~ ~:~:~ ~ ~ ~larsnau ~acwormxcK ot unarles "--" -" ~ " ........................ 2 day evening Lorme received a lot n,~,~h,~o, u;.., ~ ~;~ ::~z ~: ! Town was elected President of Mr. Harold .U. Buhrman, Kearn- . . . m, .................. ~ ~;~ ~i:i~ ~i.~ - , id~nlce gff.ts and all the children ~ ~ the Wise Owls 4 H Club at the eysvflle; Master Paul E. Dalley .... ~ _. '~ [ Mrs. Leo Collins and family are ~ ~ ~i ~i i " " ' 2 .... I t r~ r~ r~ r~ r~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~r ~ ~r r P~ ~ ~ '~" ' KearneySville; Ntaster Dale C. I na2.2a. g~o~.~lme_ ,. ..... o. ,.. [ s~ill in Ohio due to the illness of ~ ~ ~ ~ ;egmar..meeun.g ~,rmay, ~ep~.em- [ I i" I" i" i" g \ [I N [ [I ii N l Y ~ a l!4~ Clifford W Thompson, Knoxville, ] a pa~.len~ in the r~. u. rmspitui 1 ] Mr. George Webb and daughter t [] ~ i .rown. Olly ave was I CHARLES TOWN W VA ~ ............. i namnsDurg. I Ma. ~ Ba~q..ore Ma --er- -St ~ ~i~ ~ t I namea vice-~'resioem; Donna ' " ~ ma,,. l,t. z; ~lrs. J~ena v. ~tevens, I Mr B~bb" Simons and Kenn,, ~ "~ '~ "' ' '~" .~ Y..'L ." ~ ~ ~ t ~ ,,~..,. ......................... ~ , Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Charles W. ,~ . , . u d y guests of M . Arthur W . . ~ .... .: ....... ]traley are in Hawthorne, Cahfor-[ .ha ~.,~uv t | ~] ers, Treasurer; Steve Cooper Re-, OCTOBER - 12 la - ma~?s, bancas~L v a;~vuss ~.ran. I nia ~isiting Kenny's uncle there. ] "'~'f",~'v~ e..~....~a ...... Men i[ ~ I I ~orter; Sharon Webster, Song ....... ,:~! C a a e 1 l , ..... v~.~ a:~ a oH~etz~wuuu w~ es v 1-' y~on, wn rl s own, ~a ss Kenn ' if ] in ~ ' . ::' ......... ] e~ s w e ~s expect ng to ]o , an-" --'~ ..... ~*;-- ~"i-abeth| il I I ] ,eader, Debbm Creamer, Game SHENANDOAH DOWNS him there m the near future ..... Leader Rt 1" Master Charles W Cole,] .......... .. W ebb. Weekend guests of the I I I I ,. ~ympamy is extenaea to me~ ~. , . Knoxville, Md.; Master Salvatore| Anaers~,, ,~,~fl,, ;. the a~oCh .f~ Webbs were Master Sgt Harold [ ~ ~ ][ New memb~s art.ending the a~ W(~ITD RA, ICNI,~ '* o ,,,,. ~.,~ ~ .,,..^ ^_~ , ......... ~,...,, ..... er, ~ei. . ~ ~ ,. ~ were run wmm er J~ t..,~gl..- ~.%.'11 1 WIle ]~tll ~ .... ,. ,v .~ , . . x,:rry ,~.uerson d :' ~. dm Dafter, David Cuthp Gloria , -.. MEDICAL [ Mrs Nora Steward of Martins-] Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb an | ~ ~ I I ............ ;. ...... e HORTIC2YLTURE DEPT. Bat John S Smith, III, Char- burg visited Mrs Floyd Simons,f,axn.uy entertained Sun uay. t?i ] ~ ~ ] ~ ........ A ...................... 'Y~i lo~ m,,~n,y M,- "~...~ ....... c~ q'h .... / Cooke St and Mrs Ernest Simons t mew aau,gnters ~usan s ~rn. oirtn ' - ............... ,vmrgan, ~ryan t~ooper, ano aooy ~ VE iE;I'A]J'LPg - l'lAl ~ iliAIIN' ......... .............. -----.v .... ~, . . banterl~eltn wnan(uer, wno is : , i .,~ ~ day w~h a supper Those a,~tend . son,.Knoxville, Md., Mrs. Ruth L ] Wash n~,ton, St., Charleo Town on ............................... also a new member was unable H 0 M E M A K E R g Pe~D]~ l~n~nrt" Mr Maudo ~ /Tlmrsdav ling were ~vlr. 2~r~nur weoo anu The harpers terry rllgn T1-tyaros in ru~nlng ann a gain oi .... ~ "-" :" .... , ...................... 1 Miss Elizabeth Webb, Mr and gers, led by the hard-running of only 94 net yards to attenu. ANNING - BAKING '~ Ga~rell, Charles Town; Mr Fred l Mr. Thomas Kemp is a patient i Mrs I)avid Webb an-" dau-hter ..................and] .... -/ .... New projects for the coming e C " " I' u Senlr nairac I rne tigers me a *emen L Landers,-Ranson; Mrso Ehza- m the Charles Turin General Hos . . . . ~ . PP . ..... . . DelSorah, Master Sgt. Haroldthe fine passing of their ace quar- but in the round and in the air year were dt~ussed by Mrs. FLOWE SHOW ART beth N Green, Har ers Fer ; p~tal, we wish him a speedy re- ..... h g I ' e ~ p ry Webb and famfl Dover Del Mr ~warmn Myers Jefferson County Mw ~ai,h ~[ R~./L~ ~.~;..~ cover" ' I ~ Y, ; '., terback Lee BaUenger, crushed in mowing to their first ~uch- " . . , - ,,,u,,a, ,,~a~ t,,,~ a Ex[enslon ~ ent and Mrs Deneen Welsh, Mrs Dan ,the Musselman HI h A plemen m a g -- burg, R~'~4; "Mrs.-Edna M Fol, tz~ Mr and Mrs. Frank Simons and 1 n'.'. Do-s~- -n ..... e ~o~:" and "~'~ - ~- 'g - p ~ -] down of tl]e ga e e r!y in the The ne~t 'mee{in- will be held -- Top Entertainment A|l Three Days ~ " "- . ~ y v ~- ,t u ~,r~ ~ -~ Saturuay at.mrnoon oy a za-; first cried. 2, pass trom J~ee o Charles Town; Mr Peter B sons were Sunday evening callers .... ' . - P e _ . ~ "] ~. ~....~ ~ ,,~ ....... t Mrs. Ed~,th F, aston all of Bakerton. score in a BvStateConference l ..,, ..................... on Octob r 21st at the home of q'~Tn~AV .... ~ | Ul ~t/. O.11%]. ~*~X~. vz~lVln ~nyuer. ~..., ..... ... , ,_ I ~,,,-~.s~, ~- mm u-us x,tslol [.ff~h,, ~,~,~, --t.,~..~v.=------ ,, ~ m : ] Mrs. Lucille Brown ca,lled on ] ~.oaLtm p~.ayeu on me iigers nome ] moved the ball to the Musselman ~ -~,a ~,*-~, ..... T, ......... : ' | SCOTT & WHITE ' I| Mrs. Sarah Weisneberger of Lee- 1 ~ ne(a. 2 :me victory was me:sec-| nine.yard line from where Ballen- t,~ ,m"-""~"~, ~ ualry ~ ~wme ~uogmg town Saturda nmr m n n ona ot me season ior ~oacn rmw e 1 ....... ,,_ l/ , y n" g. I I~DL'TT~ [ IITT J) .... . ~] g r swept left end for a touch- ine ecessm/m : Shepherdstown High Band FHtLNI5 725-~182 m| ........... rnr a r.a a a m n~ aru JaCVKSOnS vigers as again Idown --d a 6" le-n ~ ...... [] ~i ivir .anti ~vlrs. Lewis denmns [ ii I~t i = IV [] "--m W~ ^--^ ~;-- ...a ]..,..*..*~ .... .,4....... / a~ ,a,, "~ a,,. f :" quarter norse t~ace 1 Ethical Pharmacists 111 and family motored to Sperry-[ By Barbara Hooper ~)e, aten~ p~h,~t~w ~,~:,,, u. .... ,,-| The Tigers upped their mar- ~arl~.W|~a ~aaan}~n~,a "MARY LOU O'TOOLE" Blues & Dixieland Sin .er r.~..,~ ~.w~ ~ ~. Hi ville, Va. on Saturday sight see-] ] .... " ....... | gin to 12-0 in the second period F ........ " ...... "'.." "~" i/ing. I I Tne nara.nmlng Tigers once| when Garret~ reeled'off a 33-yard .,, .... * "BOB LUMAN" from Grand Ole Opry No. 150 0~ Dr. ramlly " , " again snowea a line comoination ~'prmt and Junior Mumaw took a I li Mr. Lee Brown and Mrs. Ernest[ Eight members were present 'm aeeen~iw ,nn ~efo-si,,e n-wer] .." ......... ~erm0n r0~ t e y |ans F R I D A V -- -- When your prescription [][ Slusher of Leetown, motored to I for the Sel~tember business meet- ~',:n~"" ~t~ "t~" ~ni~'h' "~'~ho.'[ p~cnout anct circiea rzgh~ enu ~ - -- , ....... or ~o yarns ann a TD In preparation for the Obser- i. this la i ,ou Franklin. W Va. on Sunday tea ling of Lad,es Gol Assoc,a- o Sheep Beef Judg,n . s ored on the Applemen in three vanc " " "i you will benefit from theliWrld War I Veterans Reunion Itlon, President Mary Ann Ham-^ .................. t.^ .... i Onthe fourthplay of the th,lrd e of World-Wide Communion + ~ ...... ~ ..... ~:_u v__a . 1] vi .iv ~vt. q4ua~c,a u=~u.v I Da which will be observe(it on "" nalp~l~ r~lly ~,gn ~iu I . The day was we~ speut seeing mann residing We met in the , . qquarter Garrett dashed 59 yards Y best that the science of ........ -. . Coach Jackson sent a host of his] ............ Sunda,, Octobe- 2nd the Minister "rALF S~'RAMBLE'' R ,,. ........ ., .... ,a. R/oia ouaaies o~ years ago. proshop and en~oyea coffee as we I re~or-e~ *~nt,, tho aotinn / ~or a touczmown, tne tmru ~or me . .. s.. . ,.. . . . ,J v,-,,m,,~ ~ l,*~-,u~. ............... ot me unarms Town r'resoyterlan v,,,m~t;~ t,:.~,-,-=. I| . Mrs.. Jerry Frye and daughter, t~ct6ed the business at hand---the I Garret" ne ~ th "'" e " C1 s/ igers. He also ran for the ex- _. . . 4-H Style Show | o t, o o~ e tin st as ira omt a Church will have as the sermon , , with her, report of the nominating com- I ............... | p " nd put Harpers Ferry .......... ,TI~Y ~Iq~r~, q',, r .... t,.,,. M,,,~;,, ~+~, A halfbaCKS In me section to 1,a*-~z~ ~ ~a~ ~=1~ ~vu**t~j ,,~**o*~ ~ - 2! . " , t m~e on the slate of officers for [ . ~ ' t* .1 m | ,n front 19-0 p c on ~eptemDer 25m, Tne A 1Mll ll ll' Tfl DU Ui O ] ...... -~--~ ..... a--~ Jane St-neIperfrmance wRh a total of 181[ be nursery care for little ehild- ,:~,'~ #l IIIUUUln lU lU.ml.mlshn ~ n .reat l yards rushing in 10 carries of the[. It was not ur~til early in the ren The public is cordially in- Horse & Pony Show ,~ ~ o x, .... , ~. " pigskin r nat permd that Musselman vited to th~s service and to the g'~,~?~, ^,.'g., ~.'~t,~,'~t~'~t'~b~E~,,.~.~,.~ crew and remember girls, they[ ...... ...... [could ~et ~n the-~oreb-^r .................. Livestock Parade .... , , ~ ' ~ [no,~n ,,,,, h~1~ ~,, ~i~o n rm~itivo] wnHe me Tlger onense was! .. ~. ~; u bx; ~t u. L, ur- 13nurcn ~gcnool wnlcn WIll oe at ....... ,. =T,~ . ~ BY C.,AR~ ~, W,. SMITH t reuS~ll~ffe ~vh~ y~r~i~l~:~.ed(~u LPt~;i~ng U~a~nle~tf!:~ff4r~0a. ~dabY/ ~o::~UttaOtfd?:~tedrctehb~ APaP!n72~ :l::: mF i o;ees De ut ' :CAL?SCRA3~?#~nu Lots of proud people striv~'~or and glory in a stunning status ! pos~leTY ~f2aVmgoFieldeDa,~[ lense was also showing off be-] ers Ferry jass ~I:ike Custer made VA Director To C~I THE ?UMPy SFECTACULARS .., .. symbol. Other people; equally proud, have a sad status. For some [ seemed ea**er to have one This] fore the hometown fans by 1,imit-| the extra point for Musselman ......... ~l~t~ UAt~IA~IA~ Irom txrana vie upry families, a stat~,ssymlaol is a heritage given In the cradle, released would be ~ Ladies Day with l~s ing the Applemen to 33 minus via place kick.. V~l.~_ '1~)tcn~_ lt~. Iown .... a~ me grave, ot u~tterent eontents--emses~ ~ their daugMer Darlene to Morga" ' 'eorge Grfff.i~h were Sunday eve eindiver D~nutv Director of the ~-t3~E~ 2klYI~II/~IU~ ~PI~]P.~E~ 1-2~ _ _. ............... "-'-r-lPm' longest_drive o~ a g~ven ho , town, W. Va. to enroll in tL ~g supper guests at the home West Virginia Dept. of Veterans ................. A status symnol ts an aecompnsnmen~. ,owever, a morro ~tu c low gross, low net, putting anol West Virginia UniversRv for h M- uncl Mr~ I a~tri. O_n~ll Ani.~ w, i ll nr~ h. nh]~ +r, h~ in l'l_~2-klN IU 24. L L l~lN 1) 1 L212~ linked to the material status is far more important. Surely all good chi~pmg contests--and lots of year ;Iiss Debbie Grfffi~da was a Sun Oharles Town Friday Serm~mber T~ -- ...... -- "~ -- ....... , " , ...... n people will agree moral stature should overshadow material status. ] prizes. A something for every- ~ Mr Roy Furr of Hagerstow v evenin~ sun-er ,,uest ~ the ~3 1966 Please advised of this rfrlgn es ~'alr In I e s[ "" n e all " " ~' .... ' .... b-- -s a f --1 us e ion. Bad "ud ement bad breaks, ] one day. Mary Ann tha k d. Md. was a calJer Saturday men line of Mr and Mrs Freelon change of sehed,ule. 1 [] 1 ~ ll I I1 [] I l ll . a status.sytn 011 ragtep s~.ss ~. g .. , .... Iher officers ann chairmen t or ing with his mother, Mrs. Mat. encen andsonRicharclViencen ==:7_..7. : :: = :: = == -------- ---":=; := = ------~:'im Dau nenavlor - even 0mer people can crash a status symool ~ [ their help this past year ano also Bruce Furr ,~r tint:[ M~-q T~'tri,,~ ~fll|~r']lffmnIII llll I I I I I 1 pl ll 1 I1 1 I smithereens. A moral stature is not so fragile. You can destroy it of ! proclaimed Dot Brown the Goa Mr and Ylrs Lawrence Youn 'cl' son'Da id Jr of'S henan oah ........... t s s mbol is a champion (so far it s not official o a n course, but noone else can destroy it for you. A sta u y " ] " . . ~ "7"" _., ..!< ".~ f W y esboro, Pa. were supperuction and Mrs.,Molley Hfllard ............ part of the world. Moral stature is a part of the person. This is / till the eno ot ~e~temoer) wl~ x~ guests Saturday evening with MI ere Sunday dinner guest at the ,, ~oats ~eeona nlgnest has on y and Mrs ot of Jimmy Locke and Leste ome of Mr and Mrs Elwood another way of pointing out, We are in the world - we are n ] ' . . ...... "' . . . . . goats so I a say Dot ~s canneo the world ,. , , ],,o~ .... .. . ,; Miss Kenna Fritts and a frienG ,reeden and family. .... ] f ria, Va. spent the week llss Palm~- ~.aa.. ^~ ~..^,:_ " / T ~+ . . 1 -- 1~++el from a - ,~. ILIliul; ill lill, l~lUlill | got a race ,o.g ~ end with her parents, Mr. and . . The wedding of Miss Mary Re CHARLES ,L W. SMI~ -- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME I good fri~d of ours,. Betty Glenn Mrs Kenneth Fritts . . e s Tenn , oecca Palmer uaughter of Mr ~RLI~ TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA |She is' clown in M mphi , ., The Women s Societyof Christ --- ~ 1,'-" ' "- " ana ~ars ~ewen ~'almer anu Terry ,~ ! 3108 Domar Street, 38118; and she ia- Service will meet -t the e'h,,. " . 'T' v 1 the lad elf " .... ~ee Rolin of Oklohoma son of ' - sends her to e to a. 1 Y g." rch Friday night September 23, d -Mrs ....... ers at the Clu'b. She says sne at 7'30 P M . r. ana . uoy ito~m tOOK place ::: ii~ looks forward to this column and Mr. Lyle Fur and Kim of Char- its news, so Hello, Betty (7-27!) les Town were callers Sunday We miss youand hope you're very morning wiCh Mrs. Mary Bruce happy in Memphis. Furl Scoop! For those of you who Sunday the Jack Wood family aren't in the know, the family of and the Anderson family of Alex- Bud and Jane Stone is on the in- andria, Va., enjoyed a day on the crease. A new member is ex- farm with the Lyle Tabb's. pected to arrive in March, 1967. Congrattrlations, Stones! tmm~.l~~~:~ If you ;want to know what a "Dammy" is, ask MaryAnn H. ] Kastle' g Team Mrs. Austin Nicodemus thursday a~ternoon September 15 ~t 5:30 in the 0hestnut Grove Church of God. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Clark FAliott. The bride wore a "cocoa brown suit, with brown accessories and yellow rose buds corsage. Tho~e attending the wed ding were Mrs. Charles Crim of Berryville, Va., Mrs. Roy Chap- man of Winchester, Va., Mr, and Mrs. Sewell Palmer, Mrs. Rolin attended the Charles Town High SChool and Mr. Rotin attended the Oklohoma High School. Corp Rolin did a tour of duty in South htO Geh Action s~5 Douglas Gordon Ring son Viet Nam in the Marines for 13 of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ring months. He was last stationed at ~.C ]joined the Army October 14, 1963 C~mp LeJeaune North Carolina. h Bruns k Le eagu He took his basic training at Fort Corp Rolin finished four years of , The Kastle s Bvwling team'Gorden, Ga. for 8 wee~ then he duty in the Marine Corps. Follow were to Texas for nearly a year ing a trip across the states the ~hicl~ tin'ned in such a fine~ re- and then he went to Brooke Army I couple will make their home in cord iil a clan in the Brunswiek Moc~ical Cemer, Fort San Huston, Ol~ohoma. (Md.~ BoVHing League last sea- Texas He completed the operat- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo sen;got back into acti'on In this ing room procedures basic course of Charles Town, and Mr. and sam~, league last Thursday even. on the 20th. day of August 1965. Mrs. Terry Lee Rol,in were Sun- ,ingot Brunswick and came home He was a Fort Meade Md. Hospi- day dinner guests at the home of with a 4-0 vkttory over the "Rou~ tal then he sPeat 11 months with Mr, and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, hans." Medical Detachmen 7th l~ield Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams Gertrude ~rain, who has for H,ospi,ta~ ~m Japan, Spt. 5 Ring has and two children Martha and Chu some years been one of the top finished his duty of 3 years in ekie were Sunday guest aL the women bowlers in Jefferson C0u- the Army. He arrived a,t the home home of Mr, and Mrs, Harold nty, led the team to the victory of his parents on Sep4eumber 16. Fisher, Greencastle( Pa. w~th a 120 high' single game score Andy and MiChael Rennet sons~ Mr. and Mrs. Charley Heare and ROGER GASKI NS, LOCAL cONTRAcTOR SAYS~ HE and a 312 set. , il of Mr. and Mrs. Franci, s Renner son Rusty Heare of Summit Point their scores are. Amy Alger, 112; perents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bayliss and Clay Bayliss of Berry SHOULD :BE:~ ABLE TO HANDLF,~ ANY TYPE OF Other members of the team and spen the week with their grand l~iss Sylvia Bayliss, Miss Sandria SNOWFALL THIS WINTER, WITH HIS NEW AUTO Virginia D0rsey, lO8; Eleanor Jenkins, Mrs. Francis Renner has ilae, Va., Mrs. Hermon Swartz MATIC GEARED TRACTOR, HE WILL BE ABLE Meot e, 103; and Helen Kelican been under the doctor's care with sper~t from Friday until Sunday TO MOVE 8NOW THREE .TIMES FASTER THAN PREVIOUSLY. THE NEW TRACTOR WAS PURCHASED FROM: I Seed- Fe - Fertilizer DeMers Purcellville, Virginia Phones.- Edgewood 8-7123-Leesburg Spring 7-3771 FARM MACHINERY - FARMALL TRACTORS 107, Other substitute team mere- the flu. ] a~ the York Fair Clopper.bers are: Biddy Slnoot and Betty Parents of 8on I ~,i~rl~iv13~k~-a~SIuT~ Mr. and Mrs. Burke Rikard are ,.,..o Tn[]v the proud parents of a son. He "~ ..... = ----=:hehas we~ghedbeen named5 lbs,Gerge12 Wfla, iam,oz, and Leag,e Of Women VOters Mrs. Mary B. Furr service preaching service Sun- day morning September 25 at the Methodist Church by the pastor Rev. Lynn Buttorff at 9:45 Sun- was born in the Charles Town General Hospital on Tuesday Sep There w~H be a Unit meeting tember i3. The new arrival who of The League of Women Voters on Thursday Sept. 22 at the home is the third child and the second of Mrs. Owen Conldyn, Charles son. Mrs. Rickard was the former Barbara Breeden daugkter of Mrs Town, at 7:45 P. M. Mrs. Marian Myers will speak George Breeden. ] Mr. Garry Coffman, Mr and on the financing of West Vir- Mrs. Alec Carroll four children ginia Schools. Interested persons are invited Alec Jr., Key]n, tester, Marshall, and Candy of Charles Town, Mr. attond. day School at 10:45. 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