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I ]1 / A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts i SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 Celebrates First Birthday Complimenting their son, Todd, on his first birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr entertained a gro up of friends and their relatives at their home on S~turday after. noon. A very pleasant a~ternoon was enjoyed during which the young guest of honer was the recipient of many attractive gifts, and delicious refrestuments, carry ing ottt the birthday theme, were served by Mrs. Furr. Those pre- sen~ for the celebration were Todd's grandmothers, Mrs. W. J. Furr and Mrs. William Parker of Sharpsburg, Md,, his aunts, Mrs. Buddy Manuel and her three children of Bolivar, Mrs. Gran- ville Jameson and daug~ter of Bakerton, Mrs. Ray Jameson and tWo daughters of Charles Town, Mrs. Ralph Dunn and Mrs. Rob. ert Chri,~rnan of SummR Point, his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, Herbert b'harr and sons, Grog and Rick, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burch and dau- ghter Robin, Mr. and Mrs. Mat- Chew Bittle and children, Kimber- ley and Debornh Bureh, all of Summit Point. Mrs. James Thomson and dau- ghters, Sarah and Theresa, of Ale xandria, Va. spent the past week end visiting with their aunt, Miss Imogen Thomson, at "HawChorn". Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children. Bobby and Linda, were visitors on Sunday at the home of the farmer's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley and their children, Charlotte Ann, Jay, Peg gy and Millle, near Berryville, Va Miss Kate Biller returned to her home on Friday from the Cha rles Town General Hospital where she had been a patient for the pa~t three weeks. Mrs. Joe Michael of Charles Town was a recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Arthur Deck. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers left on Monday mornir~g for Oak Ridge, N. J. weher they will join Che farmer's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fell ors, for a week's motoring uncap- ,ion in the northeast. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear left recer~tly for Berlin. N. J. to spend several weeks visiting with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and l rs. Raymvnd Menear and their family. Mr. Harold Hall, who has been visiing at the home of his mo- ther-in.law, Mrs. Anthony Hankey teG on Monday for New Yolk City, There he will fill several speaking engagements before sail ing on Saturday aboard the liner The United States to repoin. Mrs. Hall and their son Stephen at Feeds 5,000 Sq. Ft. Pick up enough to feed your lawn this weekend! SAVE 5001Nmv 10 00 sq. ft. eover e $1H- .41S 121 W. WASHINGTON ST CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725-5113 r [ r v , i their home in London, England, where he is associated with the United States Consular Service. The Reverend Lynn Buttorff spen~t last week at the Wesley Theological Seminary in Wash- ington. D. C., going there to parle cipate in the Orientation Week actiwities. As a student at the Seminary, the Reverend Mr. Butt- orff will commute between Wash- ~ngton, D. C. and Summit Poirrt. Little Miss Tracey Lynn Owens of Alexandria, Va. spent last week visiting at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady D. Owens, where she was joined over ,the weekend by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady J .Owens. Also visRing at the Owens home last week were Mrs. Lewis Rissler and i her daughter, Miss Susan Rissler of Qharles Town. I Paul Dailey was a patient for t severM days last week in the Charles Town General Hospital having been readmitted there for further treatment of the arm which was injured in a farm acci- den severa;l weeks ago. The Misses Lucy and Alice Farnsworth of Washir~gton, D. C. spent the past weekend visiting at the home of their sister and brother, Miss Edna and Mr. Hol- mes Farnswor~h. College Bound Wi~h college doors opening last week for the fall term, several young people of the community are already enrolled. Miss Watlis Anne Snyder has entered Shep- herd Col,:lege for her senior year LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOIl AUTOMATIO DELIYIrIIIlil O@ KABLE OIL CO., DISTRIBUTOR i i [Jame Magaha for Fre, hrnan cear and Miss Mary Lynn Childs has enrolled at the Monroe Bus- iness College in Winchester, Va. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins were their sons and daughters-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Jenk ins and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenk- ins and family of Ransom Also visiting at the Jenkins home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Shewbridge and daughter Michelle and Mrs. Jake Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Payne and family of Leesburg, Va. were Sun- day visitors at the h~me of the farmer's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Claude Payne and their family. Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Hinton and Mr. Jack Canary were among those attending a re union of the Jenkins family which was held on Sunday, Septe tuber llth, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. arian John~n and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beydler near Ber- ryville, Va. and which was attend ed by about seventy five persons. SR Michael Henry, who was graduated from boot training on Friday at the Great Lakes Train ing Center in Grea Lakes Illinois returned home on Monday ,to spend his leave before reporting to n, , ]gnment in Ca],]Torn]a visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ttenry aml their family. Master Scotty Stagner of Cha- rles Town was an overnight visit- or on Friday wi~h his grandpar- i ents Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim, !at "Monte View". Plans Begun for Dedication Service Plans are underway tara pro- gram to be held on the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of the Methodist Church which will be held about the middle of Dec- ember. Information in reference to the early days of the present structure will be greatly appreciat ed and relevant material may be submi~tted to the Reverend Lynn Bu$~orff, Mr. James H. Snyder or Mr. Hugh Crawford of Ran.son. ~m ., +:. ... Miss Lillian Myers ~F~C~t Miss Mary Wilson Sager has entered Hagerstown Business Col- lege in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb of Ellicott City, Md. visited her sis- ter, Mrs. Lewis Sager on Sunday. Gear]d arted hi. sPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARiWERS ADVOCATE freshman year at: Maryland Uni- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 versity, College Park, Md. Mrs. Oscar Seal spent Sunday wilh her brother-in-law and sister Harpers Ferry has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry in her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Ranson, Sunday. and Mrs. IIoward James. Mr. Donald Jones has enrolled Mr. and Mrs. Japer Thompson at Case Institute in Cleveland, and family of Waynesboro, Va. Ohio. Miss Mary Ellen Blue is spent Sunday with Mrs. Sherman attending Shepherd College. Mr. Larry Dunn and Mr. John Kite have been in school in Nash utile, Tenn. since July. Miss Linda Seal, of Washington spent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seal. Dinner guests of Mrs. Millard Housden Sunday afternoon were Mr .and Mrs. Reed and children Bill, Jesse, Wayne and Mark of Ranson, and Mrs. Oscar Orlm and son Oscar of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager visE.t- ed his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Fellers and Mr. and Mrs. i Gary Fellers in Trenton, N. J. and friends atSeaside, N. J. last week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross have returned home after having spent che past two weeks with his bro- ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cross and family in Orlando BeaCh, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hough and .son of Falls Church, Va. spent the weekend wi~h her paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Iley Weller. Mrs. William Miller of near W~qght has been quite ill, slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hyattsville, Md. spent with her mother, Mrs. Hopper. Hopper. Mrs. Clarence Wright and son Wayne spent Wednesday in Cham bersburg, Pa. with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wright and family, Mrs. Mrs. Clarence WriglR and Wayne and Miss Jo Ann St. of Martinsburg visited Mrs. Elsa Grant and famE] Sawer, Pa. NOW AT ..... On West Washington St.- Charles FOR am AND ALWAYS FIRST. QUALITY w.'s ouR. m rC qy DON FORGET YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD GOOD IN 1700 TOWNS AND CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES Our own $ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "on Manor that machine , need no ironing, are S g for two years! SIZES FOR ALL YOUR WINDOWS--SILL LENGTHS, FLOOR LENGTHS. SINGLE TO WALL-) TO-WALL WIDTHS IN STOCK OR RUSH- ORDERED? 50" Wide, Floor length pair '-ir Reg. 8.98, NOW Tique- luxurious co.o,, and Avlsco" rayon brocade, white beige olive bronze glow toast ice green honey gold burnt orange: blueberry. SO" wide 7S" wide tentth Reg. NOW Reg. 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