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day at the home of the latter's and Mrs. John Healer on Satur-[on Sunday Jenkins on Wednesday evening. V~TAT VE, ONAL ACTIVITIES IN parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. day. [ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards, ac- Other visitors in the same home ov~,~, ~ =~o Miss Beth a~ stu- Mr and Mrg: James'. Rettew. of ]comPanied by Mrs. Mamie Hen- oil Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- CllkdkdlT I [krr O, ADI A dent at West Virginia University Arlinoton, Va" visited Mr ~mdlsley of Washington, D. C were liam Metz and daughter, Karen, ,~U~l~lmm m"ui~ i (~ X~l[:X in Morgantown spent the weekend Mrs R~eid Geronimo on Tuesday [ dinner guests of Mrs. Betty Jack- and Mr. James McClan, of Silver --'- ~- visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milne and children i son in Shenandoah Junction on Spring, Md Mr. and Mrs. By. Mrs. Stuart Crlm --- Phone 725-7777 Mrs. James H. Snyder, coming spent Saturday visiting friends in ] Sunday. ; Charles Eaton and three children, home to celebrate her bi~hday this area. Mr Milne, before be-I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malicoat Carol Ann, Sherri hnd David, of ~ ~ ~~ with her family, ing transferred to WaShington, land Mrs. Edythe Wright, of Hy- ~ v. m~ ~ ~ ~"~ ~rs Asa Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Henry lerett of ArUngton, Va. The pre- Mr. and Mrs: James Dunn and D C, Was cofihec[ed @ith Mather ]attsville, Md visited the two ~.~'~."'.~'~" ":~'A~?." "-'.~ received word on Saturday that|ceding Sunday in company with sons, Donnie and Michael, spent Training Center at the National/Heafer families on Saturday. ~?.~ ~,~ ~ 1wrs LutHer their son, Thomaw Henry, Jr,|their sister-in-law, Mrs. Julian Sunday visiting at the Cass Park in Harpers Ferry They are/Mrs Katherine Eele,ack, of ~mson, oi Laura, ~w.o : lyrics. " " " " " tas vJames woo(l, o! ttlieyvlile, va, who has been statmned wRh the [ Glascock, of Winchester, Va and Scemc" Railway in Pocahon now residing in Reston, Va. [ Baltimore, returned home on - ' Sea Bees in Vietnani for the past [ her and daughter, Mr. Coullty and at other points of in- Mrs Katherine Chamberlain |Monday after s-endinu the week- Mr~and M r~ Arthur Jenkins and eight months, had arrayed back in ] and Mrs. J. G. Russell and their J terest in West V gz . ~,a ~ ~ r~ ~ooa,~r ,f ~-nt--rs ] cud with her sister Mrs James ~, o ~,~,~. the United States and was based,sfnall daughter, Mary Rebecca, of l Dinuner guests on Sunday at vilte, Pa -,~nt last weekend at lLancaster, and family, due to the ' " ~" s. temporarily in California. He will i Harrisonburg, Ya they were i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert *h,~ "~]iffs~de;' MOtors while vis-[critical condition of her nenhew Sympathy is expressed to the receive his discharge from the|guests at the home of their broth- Lightand children, Bob and Lin- i~t'in~, ~r ~nel Mrs Clifton Butts[ in Kin~'s Daughters' Hosnital in Mack Robertson family in the service some time this week and,er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. [ da, Were the latter's brother-in- annul'her ~r~ends in this area [ Martin~burg after an automobile tragic death of their son, Rubble, plans to return to his home ira-[ Claget Warfield and their daugh- t law.arid sister, Mr. and Mrs. John ~- ~a,~ ~arris and d~,~hter ] accident on Friday night Also in an automobile accident last' mediately afterward ter, Caroline ,in Laytonsville, Md. I Welty and children, Johnny, Mike Donn'a,'o~ V~ashington, D"~.I vis: [ here for the weekend were Mr week. Overnight guests on Tuesday [ M~. andi Mrs. D:naldeN~ir:o~alan~iC;:rsnieo:f saWtaurYrdeSbO[~, ~;e |ted Mr. Charles Powers at the [and Mrs. Dale Lancaster, of Be- evening of last week at the home,ann nelr man.t g ~. ". I ~Y home of Mrs, Mary Eaekles on,thesda, Md to be with his broth- t~ 0 nf Mr and Mrs Howard Fellers / ~,ynn, WHO resine near ~a~zimore, [ nome o~ ~r. ann ~rs. ~mar~t;rzm ,',da- I er Lewis X 1~ A ia h K --- and Mr. Skinner Poston were the ] Md:, were visitors over the week-l~d dat~hter, Mrs: Clauyt:n Satan~ ~'~r and Mrs Eugene Poland of ] Mr and Mrs J C Loughry and ~ ~ ~r i o Print|n- i),o~--nd and Mrs Alfred Gin~ lena at me home ot tile latters ,Her ann uaugmer, ~u :== i, . - ~L L:, " x ro~ -ffiam~ -~ ~ ~ .~ o- :- ~ ~prmgtlela, w: va VlSlte(i Her twu ~;Oll~, J~oDt~l't, oI D~ltllllUl-t~ u rich of Blacksbur~ Va and Mr [ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glass. [Mrs. Ray Picket and chil~n Mel- ^ ,^ . ] u .- PAPER PRODUCTS rs Leland Wheatle OI ~w~. ~,~, and M = ~Y',--- ,~o c, ~ v~ zl m ~iu~,~ ~.a ~r n-~r get- R. Crock and family on Sunday,relatwes m St. George, W. Va. ~ Towels, Tzssues, Bags t~ Tangmr xsmno, va. THe uever-[ .~: ~ ~'~'~,~' .".~% ?'t'::': :;?~'~:'-;Y-'""~-':=~n Sun Mr. and Mrs. John Healer re-IMrs. Loughry's mother, Mrs. Mal- X r,~n o~r,r~x~c 8 end Mr. Gin~ric.~ 1% who is a for-| tAenaennmg aria aaugmer, l~amy, [ my, oz ~,n~r~es. lOWU v ~ ~t"~'iad hnm~ Pv.ldn~u ~-nm W,a~ i ~rrm .qnvd~r~ r~tnrnod with them ]~ L~ ~w~ ourr~o mer nastor Of~the Jeffreson Cir-] Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and son, I day Mrs. Crlm was a amner gues~ .~,^ ,~:: ~,~-~ ~- ~ o, [ ~ ,o,~o~ ,~o- w~i, ~ ~ For Homes. Stores. Etc - .l ~) A T D~ A al~,* +*h= m~,ner h-me v ~, x~ w ~.~ ~ .a~, a~-t x ~ ~ o.~ n " " "A n tt ther m topersox r~tu, a.u~ o. ~ ~ ~,n,~o-, . ~ cmt, a d he o ~ ~ k,^.~~ ~ a ~ ~**.~ ,r}.~ ,o.~,~ ]z s,~.~,rea b~, tended the wedding of their[ she Is vlsztmg her grandchildren ~ Ask Your Dealer k~ j [ t ANTIETAM PAPER co.were en route to an. I the Poa~Ysit members o hisfaro- tended a party on Monday oflast the :h~Uth ~ff~r~en RR~iet~nCl~ ne~h?[:12~l:~lieH~l~et; Bal- ~oliB:Jtrl~o ~e bwe[;l~ehr2tsU:nl-ingl:O ily. On Thursday and ~riday Mr. week at t.hehome of^Mrs. Francis o mo ~wo a4;' o,+o,:,~n.~, timore and Mr. and Mrs. Herman and daughter. Hagerstown, Md. ' s r and Mrs ot,~,~ m ,~ x~o .uw-. ,~,~ ~ ~. = ~ . -. Fellers cousin, M. . - ) - Manor of Jones Springs vlszted] Mr Able Foster vlszted his aunt 0 PHONE---Re,eat 9-0600 John Camvbell of Pittsburgh. Pa [ Mr. l)avla ltowlana ann ms very weu atmaueu anu xea u~ t~ o a ~ ~fio, wo o++~" ~.a ,n~)~ ~ a ~r~ Sterlin~ ~--~.-- --- ~---~----~----,~ "- " " " ''-'"" "^" ~ " oi~----on`4 ~ sizable amount of raon,~ ~or ~.~ 4 - - - ~- ~.N~ w~re visitors at their Don~ on IB-m- ~u, ~m~u ~. ~. ~ ~,1~" "~ , Friday Mrs Fellers uncle, Mr [Va, visited overnight on Thurs-/use in the many civic prelects , Grover" Stickel, of Winchester:]day with their aunt and unpile, ~sl~onsored by the Ruritan Culb. Va, also ~v~l there to visit ] Mr. a~d Mrs. Stuart W. Crim and [ Competing wRll the auctioneer ov~-r the weekend Their cousins, [ on F~iday visited briefly with hiS~ for attenti6n Was the roar of me: Mr~ a~ ~Irs S~a'aleY le. Hardy, / mother, Mrs, Clifford Rowland itdrcycles from the Summit Point f Winchester. were dinner l and his sister, Mrs Dbnstd Glass: [Raceway~ zwo mites away whi~n also o " " ' "~ ~ ~ le v m,~,~ .e Mr and Mrs Fellers|ford ~efore continuing on to [ bpbtl~d f~at tlay with motorcyc and Mr Poston and On Sund~y/Morgantown. races held on both Saturday an I upon their return home they Were [ E.C.W. to Meet Sunday afternoons. ae ] t ae dsbY eSti e s of/ The Episcopal Churchwomen of ~.~:.:-'- L M" Y ~ ] the Church of the Holy Spirit will ~ i Charles Town.-~pent last weeKena ] meet at 2 o clock on Tuesday af- U ~ DDCI~ C[~IH~V i visimg witr~ ~er gran6parents. [ ternoon, Oct. 7, ilZ the church. All mumrm n$ rlum.II I Mr and Mrs, Grady D OWens mem er a r " s. b s re u ged to be present. " :~i -- .~ ~- -- ~ l Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hu~L of| Mrs Douglas Robinson and her ,:: mnmvAm,| Charles Town, were Visitors on| small son, Tony, of Winchester, ~, iwv~m w e,um Saturday at the home of the lat-)Va, were luncheon guests on "'~ " ~ "- ' " - "ster Mrs Bonn~ ' M s. Rein ueronimo I ter s mother ann sz,| Wednesday, of last week at the ~ I W. Crim and Mrs, Clifford Row-[ homeof Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ru- -: - -- ~ =- / -~-- -: [: land. . -,dolph and their sons, Mark and Mr. ~d Mrs. Wayne 'Bird~ell, ] .Miss Sh!rley M acou.ghtry wasa| Paul. VisiUng at the Rudolph of Silver Spring, Md t/b~ited Mr. [ amner guest on Tuesaay evenmg home on azurday were ~r. ann :r 'v t ' '' ~ ' of last week at the home of her] Mrs. George Fries and children, ~ TO'CKEDITO!~ [ aunt, Mrs. William Macoughtry,~ Kerry and Kammy, of Charles ~ i~' Cro~, 4 "o"~"i '[ nd MrS ~"-~ ~'"" "~ ~ " - and her cousins, Mr a [Town, and that evening the Ru- aries ~ *~'" ~o+'~+- -" ~[ r est and Mrs Mar ~ ,~,;,~,~ ~o Robert H. Ha d y - dolplhs had as their guests Mr. ~ ur~,/~ r a~.~.~ [ garet Kflmer. The~oceaeon was| and Mrs. Ervin Jenkins, Jr and~, ~ no ~, ~ the celehratm~ of Miss cougtt ] their children, Jack, Theresa and -ains~ ~T,',~ w,o,o,n~,~ ~. try s natal anm#ersary, [ Penny, of l~mson w~c ~rr~ a ~;~' ho.~.or Change in Service Announee~ [ mr. ~mart, ~ mu t s ""'" " " ~ -~ " ""~ "'-- "'ar- uue or no~, are nor~ma to exmm~ ~ view, m company w~m mr. ~v~ same '~ ith Beginning en~Sunday, Oct, 5,~tin Wetsh of Bakerton and Mr .'- w voucher thereof, and contint~if~g through the win-] Ga,~ ~an of Charies Town"legally:verified to the unders~gn- ter months, a Chenge of hour has|~,t~a,~ ,~,~ 'o~,~ z~.~)n'ed at his office in the Citizens = "~ ~"'~" " Of' B ' been announced at the Memorial [ T~,~ m ~ ao, eve- fxce uildmg, Charles :[own Umted Methodist Church. h J ~ ~ ~ r~,t~ e.on ~ West Yzrgmm. on or before ~e " ill n ""'~ "~ "" "~'*" ~ ~" morning worship service w, co -[ Charleston W V~ return|n- 3rd day of February, 1970; other- ttnue to be held at 11 o cock.[h,~o ~o,h, ,~,a~, ,ue,~,o w~se they may, by law be ex- Sunday Schook which has p eced- ] The Reverend a~d Mrs. Roy cluded from all benefits of smd~ ~ ed the wo~hip serwce, wilt now] ~r~,~ ~ ~.:;a.~ ale ~ -ore estate. All beneflcarms of ~t~ ,~ be held f01~ zt, or a 11| ~ ~a~+ ~.t~,m,lveas. ~t estate may appear on or before o clock each Sunday morning. )-luao+ ~ha~v+,~o, tthp hnma of said day to examine sazd clam~s. Miss Georgmnna Glascock an ] ,1, tot,o~,o h,*h a o~,o, in and otherwzse protect their her brother, Mr. Wllham G as-| lo ~. o.a ~ w-11-o,~ gn~,a~. Interest. :,~ ,; ;~~ cock, ~ as their dinner guests a~!~',~:."~~''" ~" "-e"~, Given under my hand th~.~~ ~ ~ on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Olin - ~.m.~ Weary ~ont ~rt, day k)f September 1969 ~ ------- ~ '- "" .-'~-'-t"~';"-" --:';' ~I-rs-~" ~7 P, T. FORTEKFIELD. JR, mm i ~ nay VlsMng Her morner, mr. Roe- ~,n~ee.~.~,o t~, ~t,-,~m,c m eret Butler, at her home zn Pike- JEFFE"-ON ,~ ~ 1" H Z A T R E side ~u uuu~'l'x Oct. 2-2-L ~d] RANSON. W. VA. Covered Dish Supper :, ~ THUR. FRI - SAT. eel 2-3-4 WALT DISNEY'S "PETER PAN" ALSO "ALASKAN ESKIMO" Showing At 7 and 9 P. SATURDAY ~ P .M. ONLY BEACH BLANKET BINGO PLUS CARTOONS Su n.Mo Tae We Geraldine Page "WHAT TO Showing At ? and 9 P. M. Matinee Sunday g P. M. [ lall FORT D HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. "HELLS ANGLES &9" "THE PINK JUNGLE" PALACE Dowatown Wtn,Ya, NOW Eve. # & 9.'00 Sat 3 P. Coat. "GO - FOR THE FURY, FORCE AND FUN OF IF" LOOK "ANGRY, TOUGH AND G f'' FULL OF STIN . LIFE Members of the congregation of the United Methodist Church held a covered dish supper at the church on Sunday evening with about thirty present to enjoy a delicious supper and a pleasant evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman of Leetowwwere visitors onSun- NONCE TO - TO the Creditors and Beneftci- aries of the Estate of ANTHONY J. SERIO, Deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of ANTHONY J. SER~TO, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the vouchers thereof, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Cre~and Beneficl: aries:pf the EState Of JAMES E. CLAY'.: Deceased . All pets0ns having claims a gainst the ]~state of JAMES E. CLAY~ Aeceased, whether due 0tn0t,~ are ~otlfied to exhibit same, with ~voucher thereof, legally:verified to the undersign- ed at .his office, in the citizens Office Building, Charles Town West Virginia, on or before the 3rd day of February, 1970; other- wise 'they may, by law be ex- cluded f~om all benefits of said estate. AJ:I beneficaries of said estate m~ appear 0a or before mmmm COLOR A P T PI URE ~m~ /ezal /Sa id day to examine said claims e athis [~ otl~rwise protect their I rest. ' ' . I. 4ven under my hand this 30th the /da~ of September, 1969. 3rd day wise they may, I o F.T. PORTERFIELD, JR, ed from all be~ sam estate.[ ~MM~NER OF ACCOUNTS All beneficiaries of ~dd :~ JEFIeF, RSON COUNTY may appear on or before said. day to examine said claims and wise protect their Given under day of September, 1969. [ P. T. PORTERFIELD, 3R;I COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS I JEFFF~RSON COUNTY'/ Oct 2-2-L . ' t SO~N COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA~ Helen Louise Clabaugh Plant|if, P~se Civil Action No, 1326 Lel y CAabaugh Defendant, 1, objective of this suit is to ebtaha a, vorce from the bonds Of matri ny.) Defandant: affidavit filed nter claim or defense you may ha i TO Sealed will be .ree~iv. ed~,by CommDs- of its Office immed. for the c0flstruct projects on Aid Project F-64 (5) County. 3.38 mtle SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCATE THVRSDAY, O OBER 2, 1969 - A-- Steve D'Angelo, son of Mr. and in the R.O.T.C. and he also lea Mrs. Samuel D'Angelo, is attend- the R.O.T.C. Marching Band ing Potomac State College, Key-I ser. This semester he is serving[ READ THE WANT ADS as Major and Executive OfficerI ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA PUBLIC SALE OCTOBER 25, 1969.10.00 A. M. (1) wanult extension table, punch bowl set, (1) oil furnace complete with tank, (1) hida-bed sofa, wash-stand, tires, type- writer table, kitchen ~tool, maple living room suite, medicine cabinet, odd chairs, dishes, witchen utensils, (1) 6x16 train lay- out, single bed, clothes dryer, electric ironer, radios, vacumn cleaner, ,tools, tire chains, toys, clothing, walnut chair, picture, some new merchandise, porch glider, canopy frame a,nd covey, new diaper pail, bongo drums, bed ,table, lawn mower, ward- robe, candle holders ,a~d antique items. All members of Asbuvy Church please call for pick-ups on donations. Many of these articles are practically new and all are in good conditic~n. PAUL HILLER - UCT. R. E. MORELAND, .Clerk ASBURY METHODIST CHURC Oct. 2-1-t. R ts 9 and Depart- F.R ve to the complaint filed in this action on before November ~d, 1969. tf you fail to do so, there- after judgment upon proper hear- ing and trial, may be taken on th~ grOUnd Of race, against you for the relief demand- color, or national o~. ed in the complaint. A copy of The right is re,erred to reject said complaint can be obtained any or all Proposals. from the undersigned Clerk af THE STATE ROAD COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA E. H~ P~ST EXECUTIVE SECRETARY her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court September 30, 1969. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN CLERK OF COURT @ These asparagus rollups call for a bread so fresh it won't break or split apart. In other words, Blue Ribbon Sunbeam Bread -- it's the Fresh Or Freshnesss like this doesn't just happen. Blue Ribbon Sunbeam Bread is baked .fresh, then. bagged fresh and delivered fresh, Roll-up sandwiches or the everyday kind -- Sunbeam's special-freshness adds a plus you just won't get in ordinary bread, T ,some and see, ooe nee , ~ Bakem o~ tmerim ~ooperative~ lec. 1969~ !