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Charles Town, West Virginia
September 22, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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Va Offices on East Was.hmgton Street ! ---Warehouse on Fairfax Blvd.--- Mrs. Bernard Ott Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Mrs. Winerd Bowers, spent Monday w~th Mr. and Mrs. ttenry McKee, and children, Karla and ttenry ,and Mrs. McKee's brother, Mr. Marshall McAboy of near Washington, D. C. Mrs. Ramon (;ray, and children Meg, Terry, and Ramon and Mrs. (;ray's sister Miss Brita Wagner, of Shepherdstown, were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and daughter Linda ]Anne, on Monday, Mrs Elmer Wright was a visitor. Church Women Meet T.he Women of the tialltown Presbyterian Church met Monday evening at 7:30 a~ the home of Mrs. Charles Symons, at the Elk Branch Manse; in the absence of the president, Mrs. Robert Sher- man, Mrs. Alec Costello, was in charge. Mrs. Costello was in char- ge of the devotions. After hearing repor~,s from the chairmen, the meeting was turned over to the circle chairman, Mrs. James Wat- son, Mrs. Wat~m opened the meet ing by reading the definition of prayer, and the group praying the Lord's Prayer. The secretary Mrs. Raymond Parks read the minu~es of the last meeting and the roll call, with ten members in attendance, Mrs. Elmer Wright had the offetory prayer. Mrs. Cha rles Symons was nmderator for the lesson. The Emphasis Christ- ian Teaching Bible Study, A Wi- nessing Church, Mrs. Symons closed by reading a poem, Speak Out For Jesus. Delicious refresh- merits of cake, potato chips and dip, nuts, mints, and pepsi.s' were served during the social hour by the hostess, Mrs. Charles Symons. Mrs. Martin Grimes of Charles i Town was a visitor with her me- I ther, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and[ sister, Miss Jennifer Gray, WedI ne~ay afternoon. / Mrs. Harry Dinges and son i Ricky, Mrs. Anne Propps, and two children of Charles Town, visited, Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- welt and daughter, Linda Anne on Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Ram on Gray and daughter, Meg of ShepherdStown were also supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Penwell and family Thursday evening. Master Jimmy Grimes of Char- les Town, visited Friday with his aunt, Miss Jennifer Gray, Miss Vivian Ranalli of Mfllville, was also an over-night guest of Miss Jennifer Gray. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, along with Mrs. Bernard Ott, were inI I Winchester, Va. Friday morningI Ion business enroute home Mrs. | Bowers stopped to visi~ her bro-] ther-in-hw, and sister, Mr. and I Mrs. Carl Clark of Clearbrook, Va. and Mrs. Ott visited with her brother-in4aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams, and daugh- ter, Miss Ruby Williams, of In- wood, W. Va. Mr. Andy Rountree, and Miss Jean Hoopwood, of Clearwater, Fla., visited Andy's grand parerrts, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott, and other relatives in the county on Saturday morning. Mrs. NaChaniel Gray, Mrs. Dav- id PenweH, and daughters, Judy, Jeanne, and Linda Anne, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and children, Mar- fla, Vivian, and Joey of Millville, Mrs. Martin Grimes and children Marta and Jimmy of Charles Town a'~tended the 1st birthday of their nephew, little Robbie Gra~ of Ranson. Pa)bbie is also the grandson of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. Miiss Molly DeLauder of Harp- ers Ferry was a Saturday over night guest of Miss Jennifer Gray. Mr. Andy l%outree, spe~t from Sunday until,1 Monday with his grandparerRs, Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Ott. Mesdames Elmer Wright, Nat- haniel Gray, Edwin Clevenger, and Alec Costello attended a work shop a~ the Charles Town Presby- terian Church, Sunday afternoon IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA INSURANCE ? oheok for new Ideas ! [7 AUTO INSURANCE FiRE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE [7 HOMEOWNERS I"7 EDUCATION MORTGAGE [~ ACCIDENT & SICKNESS [~ RETIREMENT Nationwide has new ideas in protection to fill a~y insur- ance need at a cost you can afford. Check the plan that interes, you and contact: NORTH E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-581 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. HATIOIII#IDE II~ ~IJ MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY I ~,.te%.-",.~rc.t MUIUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY J ! LIFE INSURA~ICE COMP/~NY I fnr the chairman of diff(,r n causes, of the women of the chu- rch. Mrs. Bernard Ott and grand son Andy Routree of Clearwater, Fla., was a supper guest of Mrs. Louis R. Becker of Charles Town Sun- day evening, later in the evening Andy visited his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family, of Ransom Visitors with Mrs. NaChaniel Gray, and daughter, Jennifer, were, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, and children of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meier, Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Dinges and sons of Charles Town and Mrs. and Mrs. Irving Gray and .son of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crites, ,and daughter, Toni Sue ot Ranson visited their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and fam ily Sunday af, ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and daughters, Judy, Jeanne, and Lin- da Anne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore PenweH, and family in Kearneysville, Sunday evening. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Miss Vicky Godfrey, granddau- ghter of Mrs. Liltian Page, is en- rolled at Shepherd College as a freshman. Miss Godfrey is a 1966 graduate of St. Josph's High SChool, Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Markeley and family, Hedgesville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter on Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles ttarbaugh of Hagerstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heinz. Mr. Harold Greer and Miss Mar garet gombro, Wa. hin on, D. C. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel. On Satur- day, Mr. and Mrs. Whetzel and family and Mr. Greer and Miss Zombro attended the York Fair. Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose at.tended the ltome craning at Fri endship E. U. B. Church on Sun- day, which marked ninety-nine years' in the history of tim church Folh)wing the worship sere'ice there was a covered dish lunch- eon, and later in the afternoon an informal service of hynm singing and speaking was held. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin IIall and Terry Lynn and Mrs. Edith Tho- mas visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wing of Alexandria, Va. on Sun- day. &t the P. T. A. meeting last Tuesday night, plans were made for the coming year and committ- I ees were appointed. Harley Potter President, reports that the sliding [board has been constructed and [will be erected soon. Miss Mary Ellen Constant, who has been visiXing Mrs. M. Anders in Alexandria, Va. spent the week end at her home here. Mrs. Anna Shevcbridge, Martins burg Librarian, flew to Charles- ton for several days last week. Harvest Home will be observed at Grace Church on Sunday with the Rev. Mark G. Wagner, Supt. Homewood Church Home, as guest min~ister. This is another opportunity for giving money, food, or articles to be used at Homewood. Mrs. Earl Welsh, Mrs. Wallace Welsh, with Mrs. Walter Corbin and Mrs. Eleam)r Corbin of West Terra Haute, Ind. visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh at Takoma Park, Md. last Thursday. Mrs. Walter Corbin and her law, Mrs. Eleanor Corbin return- ed to Che;r home on Stlnday, a?ter spending two weeks with the for- mer's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Welsh. Mr. George Ambrose has accep- ted employment with the C. W. Wright Construction Co. at BeHT villa, Va. Mr. and Mrs. ttarley Potter and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai Potter at Pike SPIRIT J PrERSON FARM R ADVOCATE THURSI)AY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 B---2 side on Saturday. spent the weekend with 'the Wels- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clark and lh's. family and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wel~h. ,'rod family, Martinsburg, ' All'END QtUR(:It ~,qsited Mr. and Mrs. Earl WelshI on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald[ WeL h an;t Ta ,,ma Park, Md. l Use The Classifieds I These lovely BEDSPREADS which have been selling for $12.00 and $14.00, will be on S-P-E-C-I-A-L the week of SEPTEMBE'R 26th -- NO MAIL Or TELEPHONE ORDERS HANDLED AT SALE PRICES Sept. 22-2t- it's Smart to be Strong! Bat-Kids are Smart kids, and Bat-Kids are Strong for the Get-with-it, Get-up-and-Go, so Good-for-you Bat Bread! Bread with POW-lenty of Power.= AT Baked by Ort's Bakers -- Cumberland I IL I 1 I I II