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I i // )r-B---2who.| THURSDAy.SPIRIT OF OCTOBER 2JEFFERSON 1969 FARMER'S ADVOCATE B--- ann,oo, cbar, es dams Mrs. Elly Pelers0n 1.o the ga~ Ii~Ml~~ ll~,~g:.j~ Saturday. This is the third chil(l{Chucki~' Mrs. Earl Fuller and in the Campbell family. Miss Mar, Magaha were accom- i Mrs. Bobby Cave and daughter pained by Miss Charlote Ann Kac 0[ State COP Women t Glenda of Martinsburg and Mrs. ~, ~ imiMrs. Austin Nicodemus Austin Nicodemus were dinner '"L~ ~4 ~.'YJI~-~ guest at the home of Miss Zola tar l ea~ ,/ ~M~m:.~a~.~ Braithwaite of Martinsburg. a gre~ rappen 4-H Club ~ ~. ~ , to just ; u nuay ua.quvt -f on-! ~ R!ppon Go Getters 4-H Club Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley ,7 r;~ netq their meeting on Friday were hosts at a birthday banquet tne.g ~ september 26th from 7 until 8 held at their home in Berryville aa lve p . , ,;~,^e! m. at Beulah Presbyterxan Chu Va. on Sunday. The birthday ban- s~ a.~ rca at the meeting we elected quet was in honor of their dau- unas-~ ne ' . ~z w offmers which are as follows: ~ ghter, Charlotte Ann and the lal- ct Land1 Franklin Adams, President, Mar-i ter's sister, Miss Mary Magaha of '~ tha Burns as Vice President, Dia- Ranson. Those helping celebrate rse t9~ nne Hoover as Secretary, Dabble the occasion were Mrs. Earl Full- ~s for.a~ Adams reporter, Song Leader Lib- er of Thiland, Mr. and Mrs Char- oy Allen and Gregory Jenkins les Adams and two children, Mar kley to Woodstock, Va. on Sun- (lay night, Miss Kackley is a stu- dent Teacher at Woodstock School. Daniel LUTE, Jr. who is a Jun- ior at the Universitv of West Vir ginia at Morganto~:n has return- ed after spending the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel~ Lutz, Sr Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. and (laughter Elizabeth R. Smith, Mrs. Elwood Pritchard at tended the annual Fashion Show held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Levi on the terrace at ~]~rae leader, Lolly Allen and tha and Chuckle, Mr. Edgar Kack- "Caryswood" of Berryville, Va. on Vid Wiley, Kathy Allen, Treasu- ley. Saturday. - i .~er. The club is planning a skat- Mrs. Gregory Breeden and son David Adams and Chuckle Ad- ~.g party at Berryville Skating Gregory Jr, Mr. and Mrs Jimmy ares were over night guest Satur- rang, October 9th from 7:30 till Grove snent Sunda- in r,ra- 1 ~. .~. day night at the hom~ of their 1O-00 p. M. Members and guests. Va. they toured the Luray Car- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- zresnments were served Dy erns and other places interest. vin Adams. L~iib~W drOw Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hough of Adams. Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and MRS ELLY PETERSON uoy Allen. Middleway were Sunday night four children, Eyvon, Euie, Robin The West Vir i~a-l~ederati Parents Of Son I guest at the home of Mr. and and Richard of Boyce, Va Mr t rg o~ Mr. and Mrs. Roger Campbell Mrs. Raymond Hough . o~ r~epuoncan women wm meet anti tvlrs. Garlaml lflen r'ope ana arc receiving congratulations up- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Millertwo ~ sons w'"ayne an-a ~'icK-ey of ,u ~,~v~our~ vu ~ctover ,u-x~, on the birth of a son in the Char- and three sons of Gaithersburg ~: 1969 at the Stonewall Jackson Derryvnle, va Mr. ana Mrs. Aus- i lea Town General Hospital on ~ Md. were Sunday afternoon guesttm r~coaenms were ~unoay even:* rto~eL tor ns l~tn t~mnmm ~;on- venuon mgnngntmg me pro- mg supper guest at the home of : '" Mr and Mrs Fred Po"e at "Three t gram wm tm tne emeuon of State Oal~es" Berr-ville v I Officers for two-year terms, and " ' . ~ ~ ' ]the outlining of campaign plans .wr. ano IVIFS. ~narley ttare a*~ul " rm n ~ tor l~'to sons Rusty, Scott, Mrs. He O " Swartz spent Saturday in Fred-1 qovern,~r ArchA. Moore, dr:, erickattending the Frederick wm spea at tne tmnquet on Fair oay night, Oct. 10. Sharing me . I speakers platform with him will ARE NOW HERE I InTown Let Us Help Put YoU]n e Driver's Seat Of Your Favorite 1970 Make & Model Car A FULL-SERVICE BANK /', MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W. VA. be Mrs Elly Peterson, Assistant "~:~:~:~"'~~~'~ Chairman of the Republican Nat- k~llhhl t=ll#tll l ional Committee and head of the MIUULI:W~I I Women's Division of the Repklb- I 'can Party. v rs. tlarry mrley Mrs. Paterson has been a leader in the Republican Party for many f years, beginning w th member- IVlr.lienvor0us, Jr, came s i e i h'p in Young R publ cans in Ill- home early Saturday morning for inois. She later moved to Mlchi- a weekend visit to his parents, gan where her organizatiolaal Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous and ability played a vital role in the brother. . and sisters. Mr. Vorous. . elec ion of Governor Ge0rg m the Coast Guard. Henow i nayt e Rein stationed in New York attending n . s e i J I 1964 he d l vered a m~t~or CooKing scnool. Also v~sitmg on~addree at the Renublican Nat, I r - Saturday w~th Mr and Mrs V, or ~ n n n n -io al Co ve tie,and later ih ous were Mr. and Mrs. o. w. Lof-i that year she became the Repub- ton mrs LOfton tne tormer h an n mee . I "c om" from Michigan for Margaret Vorous: She is attenct-lthe United States Senate - the mg Madison t;ouege m wrgmm, first women from either party to A birthday dinner was given in be so-named in Michigan. honor of Miss Phyllis Ann Lon- gerbeam on her 15th birthday by Nancy Vorous. Those attending were Debbie Piper, Kathy Nico- demus, Mrs. Vorous, Nancy and David Our deepest sympathy is ex- tended the family of James Gay- nor who died after a lengthy ill- ness. A shower was given on Sun- day evening at the 51 Diner for the twins recemtly, born to Mr. !and Mrs. Tommy Shirley by Mrs. i Larry Ring. The diner was trimmed in pink and white for the occasion. Refreshments of cake, mints, potato chips, peanuts many nice gifts. (FROM LAST WEEK) Mrs. Helen Barnes was honored with a birthday dinner Sunday given to her by her children. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family on Sun- day were Mrs. Harry Russell and Mrs. Nannie Smallwood of Boli- var. Miss Debbie Shirley spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Mills of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graves of Baltimore, Md. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edmond and pepsies were served They M. Jeffers, also of Baltimore ~tt received some very useful and their summer home at Hidden nice gifts River. In honor of Jerry Fishel, of! Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and Berryville, a birthday party was sons Donald and Rusty spent tlie given by his girl friend, Miss Lin- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer da Vorous, on Saturday, Sept. 27, Penner and children of Baltimor~ at tthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Md. James Owens, of Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Marrian Barro~ Those attending were Mr. and formerly of Ohio are spending a Mrs. Charles Fishel, Nancy and few days with Mrs. Naomi Barrow Connie Fishel and Nancy Vorous. before leaving for New Hamp~ Refreshments sedved were hot shire. dogs, cake, cookies, mints, pea- nuts and punch. He received ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY 1970 Caprice. A lot of cars cost more. But few if any are really that much more car. Which explains why more and more of the smart money is coming to Caprice. Look what you get: A big substantial 18-foot-long prestige car with a new 3$0- ubic-inch V8 engine, power disc brakes, Astro Ven- tilation, wheel covers, deep twist carpeting, posh appoint- merits. A remarkably roomy ear, with a ride so smooth and silent you'll feel like Mr. Big himself. Tell you what, though. If you absolutely insist on a more expensive ear, we won't stand in your way. Go ahead and order air conditioning. Order stereo. Order tinted glass, power windows, 6-way power scat. aur new Headlight Delay system. Your Chevrolet dealer will happily help. See him real soon. Putting you first, keeps us larst, Olli ~ III01N~ II | l REGULAR & BUTTON COLLARS REG. 2.49 REG. 10.00 REG. 6.00 & 7.00 6.00 VAL. 1 TABLE REG. 12.00 4 ONLY 7.99 VAL. 1 GROUP LARGE GROUP 1 GROUP REG. 1.49: REG. 25.00 ' ROB ROY 72"X90, . Pd$INiNG BEAUTY REG. 3 FOR 1.15 REINING BEAUTY REG. 69e ! GROUP HUMAN HAIR VAIL TO 37.50 12.00 VAL. REG. 30.00 1 TABLE 2 ONLY REG. 8.00 2 ONLY REG. 16.00 1 TABLE WOOSTERED LARGE GROUP OFF LARGE GROUP REG. 1.79 100% REG. 39.99 I GROUP REG. REG. 12.00 1 TABLE 1 TABLE VAL. TO 15.00 1.O0 LADIES % OFF 1 TABLE 7.00 VAL. 1 TABLE 54c COME IN AND SEE THE DRESS OF YESTER.YEAR LONG DRESSES & BONNETS, BIB OVER. ALLS HAVE A FREE APPLE ON US SHOP DALLY: 9:30-5:00 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IN THE REAR OF THE STORE