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II I 11-: ....................... , liil il ii I i I li And We Pay You Interest Miss Margaret Houser ] Subsc___r_ib: T2 ThZ Spirit-Advocate THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 sPmrr OF JEFFERSON FARMeRs ADVOCATE i C'~ West Virginia University, Mor- gantown, visited his paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti, over 4he weekend. Mrs. Lucretia Moler remains on ~he sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. Bessie Hill visited Mrs. Bertha C. Itoffman and son, Edward Lee Cole, on Sunday and visited Mrs. Cole's brother, William ttoffmas- ter, who is a patient in City ttos- piLal. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill gave a picn,ie in honor of Mrs. F. A. Hill's birt.hday at Byrd's Pack at Charles Town Sunday, Sept. 18. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ro'bert Hill and dauffhler, Win- chester, Mr. Hugh White, Win- Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill, Scrabble, and Melvin Huff- master, City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hfl land Mrs. Bessie Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffmaster in Buckeys- town, Md., on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Tribue and son, of Sterling Park, Va., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hough, Jr., and sons. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Snyder spent Sunday with Mrs. Paul Snyder, of Needmore, Pa. Would you believe .... E.OISON-ALL ELECTRIC--FLAMELESS ELECTRIC HEATED HOME CAN BE HANDCRAFTED ON YOUR LOT... 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Next to Coming Glass in Martinsburg, W. Va. PHONE 267-8928. II III II II I I CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts ~i~~~:'.~ ca,ptured some of its gl,ory of by- Our Toddletime" reduced for pre-season savings! sizes 1 to 4, NNw~ ~ INTqP~,'P ~r~r gone years ~hen it was noted for NOW .~ts singing, aurmg me nymnai reg. ..ll !! ffi I~PI~ FIF,hht/ I dedication and music program II ~tl~ I~rK~ rI~'KKY ~ I test Sunday night under the ca- =, ,1=, --.,.= ..w =-.,==.= .= ] pable direction of the chairman, sizes to | By Mrs. Reid Geronimo IMrs Sherman Harrison. reg. 2.49 NOW r. Rev. Harold R McClay, Jr., led DIAL 535-6a28 - RFD, HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. Che dedication s~ce. The hym- ~r~~,,:-.~:,~,,~.~::~:~,,:,,,~:,~s~,~,~m,~?;~.~=~,,:~ I nals, which are mostly memorials, ~j Scoop this Penney special today[ Cuddle- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards had Mesdames Grace Haigh and Ef- senten b., Mrs Eesel~ Rutherford | t " soft cotton knit sleepers for infants and as their guests hat Sunday Mr. jne Brown of Washington, D. C., I The ~r~ra~ "included a~'l tunis "- . toddlers] Terrific buys at regular prices, and Mrs. Edwm Reynolds and I vm~ted Mr. and Mrs. John Meafer I ~ h=mns ha~.h -ld and new from daughter, Monty, from SmiChs-[ and Miss Ada Hicks last Satur-[t~l~e'X,,New''M~hodist Hymnal" ~ + ~ now reduced through Saturday only, Our tmrg, ~a., tar. ann mrs. uroverl ~ay. I wa= ~,,ela.im-d a= rmth {nsnira- 'Phompsan and dat~r, Ru, th[ Mr. William Flanagan, of Be-Iti~n.al"~and'eniova,~le"" " ~ I ~ ! own Toddletime exclusives--made especi- and Mrs George ~Dinkle fromlkerton, who is well known in th:isl "I'-- " "~-;" "-- "'a ~ !. ally to meet our exacting~ size and quality Charle T - 1 Mr n" M~ ' area ' i ""i ...... ' So rests were miss tavern ti r- s own; a so . a a rs. , n w nenester vmmonml riso-- an Mr Alfred Collins Mrs t : , , specificationsJ Penn-Set shrinkage con- Raymond Monts and Mrs. Be~tylHospital, where he is recovering l~ ".. L~ .-": . ~ t~t . ... Jaekscn, Wflliamsport, Md. sartiffactority following spinal ~.rs~l.~ne~ora ana ~:, vei:- .......... I .... e"" I,,,- - | L trol guorontees the size you buy is the sizes air. dolln ue uaer arm two "y. c i n e i i i they'll stay.., even after countless wash- . . .. | . . I ho r u d r the d reet on of M ss aaugh,ters, r semary and Molley ! Due to the fire last week m the I Laverne H,arrison the Youth and his son, Patrick, were hon-lE gte Avenue school in Charles l Choir directed by' Mrs Dannv , .' : ingsl Gaily printed pullover tops with plas- ored recenly 8t a family dinner lTown, the classes in carpentry, di-lMoler and tl e Senior Choir wit[~ ~ ,, ' , tic-soled solid bottoms! Buy 'em now . . , in the hmne f Mr" and Mrs" Wfl'Jreeted bY Mr" Luther Mumaw' f IMrsl I Gladys Dunn as organist, | t and savel" li m Ptarmgan of Bakerton be-I Bolivar, are now being hold in lnresemed sneci l selections A ~re Mr. Del~uder's. children re- the Shepherdstown: . school in the congreg~tron~l'- " y- ;;Hymn Stag" "'w~th" ~i trned to their respective collegesI mornmgs and m Harpers Ferry ]Mr Alfred Collins as leader, to resume their studies: Rose-I school in the afternoons. I hi,~hli~ed the evenin~ ii ~i ~ ~ mary to St. Joseph's in EmmRs-[ Mr. and Mrs. John L. Meyer, oft . Ylr J-ames R Zinck arrived burg, Md., Molley to ,ShepherdlBrist~w, Va., spent Monday wilhl~on~a, [ assume his duties as , DON'T PUT IT OFF -- GET YOUR PENNEY CHARGE-C'ARD NOW -- and P~rick to St. Mary s in Balti- l her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. I o.:~;~o.~ o., .... ~; .... ~o more w~ere he is studying for the I and Mrs. Reid Geror~imo. I :,~t.,~ ..~:~,,,,,~s ~,,~, ~ ~,~ prieslfimod "1" u~er ~z-~Ru~g wen,tel-, ne ~nu , ] Mr. and .Mrs" W, lmm Henretta I hi~.. wffo_ hono.__ '".~, ~"o". be settled WORKING IN [ I STOCK UP NOW Mr. and Mrs. William Henretta ] had as thmr guest on Sunday the I i- a home near Har~ers Ferry had as t ,l~ir weekend guests Mrs. [ farmer's sister and her husband, l 'and Mrs Zinck to ioin in ac~ivi- THE FRUIT? I ~i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~i~ I ON Hen retta s sister, Mrs. Bertha I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Garper, af [ .ties width" the other l~ark ladies ~ ::~ ~ ~ '~ # SmatU of Phfl,~lelphia, Pa., andlBal, imdre, Md. I Mrs Gladvs Brooks and several )ll ,klll e, ,,., ] ,-~~~~~~--~~ I BLANKETS herdaugl~ter,. Mrs. Mamie Folksi Archie Canfford, son of Mr. l friend's from Cum'berhnd, Md., r'NNr'v ~ NA2 l ~~PlI~ ~ ~ ~ I AT m wnaas ~'~ro, land Mrs. Earl Caniford, spent the i were Sunday guests of Miss Boa- EVERYTHING ] IIl~~j~j~/1~1~i~ ~ ~ ~ J I PEN:A~TEYS Those a~ending the annuat I i~ast weekend with his parents in I trice ~iskimon. ~RM I ~~ ~ ~.~k,~ I Hagerstown District "Pilgri nage"l Bolivar. Upon his return to the[ Mr James Lancaster has re- SUPERN P FINISH TO KEEP YOU E E RI to the Asbury Mettmdist Home in ,naval base in Newport, R. I., he 'turned home after s~nding some ~ ~~~ ~ = $ LCT C G tthersburg' Md" last ThursdaY | will be transferred t a hose in I time with his san an l dau'hter'in" WA t,i Desc i tlon at lnal Pri e 'R .... To a~ternoon fr