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October 16, 1969

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OBSTETRICAL PATIENTS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leonard Seal, Ranson, W. Va a daughter, October 7. Mr. and Mrs. William Chapman ~t.alltown, W. Va a son, October Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn, Harp ers Ferry, W. Va. a daughter, October 8. Mr. and Mrs. Williard Sigler, Brunswick, Md a son, October 11 Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Lee Ring, Middleway, W. Va a daugh ter, October 13. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cogle, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va, a son, October 13. SURGICAL PATIENTS Mrs. Tbelma M. Staubs, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. Bruce A~ Huntsberger, Hag erstown, Md. Mr. Robert Lee Kornegay, Job Corp Center, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mrs. Margaret Mac Hooe, Mill. We vflle, W. Va. Mrs. Agnes M. Kline, Route 2, Charles Town, W. Va. MEDICAL PATIENTS Mr. John Preston Neill Mer- chant, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Fern Howell Grandstaff, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. John F. Hedican, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mrs. Bertie R. Jones, Bakerton, W. Va. Mrs. Hilda C. Judd, Charles Town, W, Va. Mr. Raymond O. Spurling, Keal' neysville, W. Va. Master Keven Lee Long, Route 2, tIarpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. Clay H. Tharpe, Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. Howard L. Sechrist, Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. Randolph Furr, Bakerton, W. Va. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Engle, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. Douglas C. Brackett, Ran- son, W. Va. LOOKING FOR .IIU F TIll6 SUPPLIES Have A Large Selection Remington- Savage- Winchester RIFLES SHOT GUNS REMINGTON & PETERS AMMUNITION SHELL BELTS & HUNTING KNIVES GAME CALLS --- SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION TODAY --- 217 W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. TELEPHONE 725-2245 AT JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS Miss Wanda Sue Nuice, Route I- - Mrs. Betty Hackley and Mr. and Memorial Service SPIRIT OF :IEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCAT [ S 2, Knoxville, Md. [ n m a ~m=~ pw~tm Mrs. Robert Hackley of Baltimore During the morning worship f Mr. Edward R. Weister, Shen- MAKFrK~ r~=KKT I spent the weekend at the home service at Camp Hill United Meth THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 A~THUt andoah Junction, W. Va. of Mrs. Hackley's parents, Mr. and odist Church on Sunday, Oct. 19 mm [I BOLIVAR Mrs. John Hedican in Harpers there will he a memorial service men and women; Edwin A. Fitz-[ a.m. I ~~ Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Hedican are honoring all members who havep~rtrick, .Superintendent" The I ---- ~ R A N $ 0 N I " both patients in the Charles Town passed away during the past year membershzPmeets at the churchClass atfOr9'45, adultsa, m. Jam.- . 0lenhor-or. i Mrs Reid Geronimo General Hospital, but are recuper and a half. The public is cordially Senior High Luther League meets i I II~ll~ ~l~/ ~- - - - -~: - : ating nicely at this time. invited. Mrs Floyd Simons . Mr. Munroe Rathbone is recup- Mrs. Fern Howell remains a at the parsonage at 6:30 p. m. for |0 ne~c~ Y0getell0ws i " Mr. James Shzllingburg and [ erating in the Charles Town Hos- patient in the Charles Town Gen- a program on the World Relig-I I~gt~~~~ Ronnie Phares returned home pital from the injuries he receiv- eral Hospital where she has been ions. Interdenommational discuss- ~m #, m ~ j~= T" GE" Birthday Party i Monday night after spending sev- ed in an accident at his home re- for the past week. ion of teacher training program ~|~SS ~y ~ ~ x Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb gave eral days visiting Mr. Shilling- cently. Apple Butter Sale at the church at 7:30 p. m. An- . their daughter Susan a birthday burgs brother, Willard Shilling- party for her 6th birthday with burg in Pittsburgh, while on their Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ross of The ladies of the W. S. C. S. nual meeting of Lutheran Church[ Guest teacher for the Yol Wilmington, Del. spent Sunday in of Bolivar Church will make apple Women at church on Monday at fellows Bible Class at the CI~ twelve of her friends present. I vacation, they also visited rela- Harpers Ferry visiting friends, butter for sale on Saturday, Oct. 7"30 v m Choir rehearsal on les Town Presbyteria~ Church~ Mrs. Mary Nicewarner and daultiVes in Morgantown and Fair- " . ghter Ruth and Mr. and Mrs. mont, W. Va. Mrs. Paul Fishpaugh accom- 25th at the Church. The price will Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Child-tea's S~r~Y ~o~e~egr wl.ll Tb~e J~ Mack Hooe of MillviUe solisted a i Mr. and Mrs. John Heafer visit- panied by her friend, Miss Doro- be $3.00 per gallon. Call your choir practice on Friday at 4"00 m g " eJ car load of clothing from friends ed Mrs. Jeanne Woodard in Cap- thy Johnson of Washington, D. C. orders in to 535-6510 and leaveP. m. Senmr" High Haymde" "on aneetSinvitationat 9.45 a. m. and e~ to all visitors eve and neighbors and took them to 1itol Heights, Md. on Monday. spent the weekend at Mrs. Fish- containerShome, at Mrs. Mary Eackles rrmay at 7:30 p. m. at h'Vln and Sunday morning Staunton Va for the Vir inia The Ladies Auxiliary of Friend . g . . Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wood of Flood victims last Saturday. ship Fzre dept. will' make Apple paugh's home in Harpers Ferry. Ellen Athey's. Catechism classesI ~" Mr. and Mrs. Flaheraty of Arl- Washington, D. C. visited Miss are held on Safcurday at the par- a ~ ~ t o ~ On Thursday Mrs. Floyd Sire-fButter at the Fire Hall on Sat- ington, Va. spent the weekend Minnie Bridner and other rela- sonage at 9:00, 10:00, and 11:00' ~[Ien{l LllUrCK! DunKla] ons and Mrs. James Mason visited firday October 18th. It will be with her mother Mrs. Hilda Merri the latter's sister Mrs. Eva Wolf ready for sale at 5 p. m. Phone man in Bolivar. tiVeSsundayin servicesthis area,atalSOcampattendedHill who is a patient in the Washing- orders to 535-6967 and bring con- 1~. Herbert Murphy of Pitts- Church. ton Countv hospital in Hagers- tainers, to the hall. early Saturday burgh was a guest for several town, Md, mornmg. The prme will be $3.00 days last week with his niece and ii n Mrs. Jean Morris attended the per gallon, nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Reno Eat- S~r~ng Others Sermon wedding on Sunday afternoon in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knell of on while visiting other relatives L York Pa. of her youngest son Baltimore spent Sunday with Mr. and friends in this area. For n David Johnson to Miss Betty Sue and Mrs. Reno Eaton. The M. Y. F. of Bolivar United "-",1-mm,~ I Castle of York, Pc. Also attend- The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Miller Methodist Church, with 25 in at- ing from here, were Mr. and Mrs. of Rock Rapids, Iowa are visiting tendance to organize their act- "Serving Others," will be the Tommy Johnson and Lewis John- their son-in-law and daughter, ivities for the year, the first one sermon subject Sunday morning son brothers of the groom. The Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Ketter- being a trip to Hancock, Md. last for ~he 8:30 and 11 a. m. services . Mr. and Mrs. David Webb and man, Rev. Miller was guest speak- Sunday afternoon and evening, at St. Thomas Lutheran Church, oaughter Deooran and Miss Eh.~- er at Camp Hill United Methodist an enthusiastic group of 14 at- it was announced by the Ray. beth Webb spent Sunoay wzth Church on Sunday morning while tended the vocational guidance .Richard E. Neal, pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watters, Mrs. John Porter Burns of Char- conference in Hancock. Among Nursery held during worship Pleasant Valley, Md. les Town was guest soloist and other things, they enjoyed a pic- for pre-school children. Sunday Mrs. Susie Glaa.ize who is a guest and Mrs. Garrison guest organist ture entitled "Construction" Church School classes a~ 9:45 a. at the Poston ttest home, Boyce for the service. which was most inspirational,m. for boys and girls and young Va. is quite ill at this time with phemonia. We wish her a speedy ] ] i - I recovery. Mr. and Mrs. David Webb and daughter spent last week-end in Dover, Del. with his brother Master Sgt. Harold Webb and family. Mrs. Nora Stewart of Martins- burg returned home Saturday after spending a week with her and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons. Mrs. Florence Pederson of May fields Heights, Ohio, Mrs. Nora Stewart and Mrs. Bertha Simons visited Mrs. Margaret Simons in Middleway Friday, Mrs. Simons is still very ill, there doesn't seem to be any change in her condition Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Scott and son Mack spent the weekend in Ohio visiting relatives. Mr. D. S. Graham returned home on Tuesday from Frederick Memorial Hospital. Sunday visitors of D, S. Gra- ham were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graham, Falls Church Va Mrs. Glenda Pierce and daughter of Charles Town. Sunday visitors of Melvin Sny- der were Mrs. Raymond Snyder, Mrs. Vernon ~nyder and children of Bolivar, Mrs. Frank Simons and son of Charles Town. Norman Snyder celebrated his 7th birthday Sunday. Those pre- sent to help Norman celebrate were Mike and Mark Simons, Vickle and Dee Dee Campbell, Ann Wines, Richard Glassford, April Coffman, Kim and Neff Sny def. Mr. Lee Brown received word on Monday evening of his nephew death, Willis Miller of Stephen- son Va who passed away Sunday in Winchester Memorial Hospital Our deepest sympathy tO the fam- ily. We are sorry to hear Buster Costello son of Mr. and MrS. Char- les Costello has been on the sick list. Hope he will soon be back '69 Galaxie 500 4-Dr. Sedan, Aztec Aqua, V-8, Auto, in school. P. S P, B Air Conditioner, Radio. Visitors this past week with '69 Galaxie 500 4-Dr. Sedan, Wimbledon White, V-8, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and Sharon were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Auto Radio, Tinted Glass. Ring and family, Mrs. Nancy '69 Monterey Custom, 4-Dr. Hardtop, Light Blue, V-8,Shutts of Middleway, Mrs. Lillian Auto .Clock, P. B P. S Radio. Custer of Kearneysville, Mrs. Fra nces Custer of Jefferson Terrace '69 Monterey Custom 4.Dr. Sedan, Dark Orchid Metallic, Mr. Wade Wharton, Miss Flora V-8, Auto P. S Radio, Tinted Glass Air Conditioner. Bell Price and Mrs. F, l s~e Maya, COMP tY EXECUTIVE CARS & DEMONSTRATORS '69 Galaxie 500 2-Dr. Hardtop, Black Jade, V-8, Air Conditioner, Vinyl Roof, Auto P. S P. B Tape Player, Ra o, Tinted Glass. '69 Galaxie 500 2-Dr. Hardtop, Lime Gold, V-8, Air Con- ditioner, Tinted Glass, Vinyl Roof, Auto S P. B AM/FM Stereo Radio. McC! 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'67 Chevrolet Impala 4.Dr. Sedan, White, V-8, Auto P. S P. B Air Conditioner. '67 Falcon 2-Dr. Sedan, Maroon, 6-CyL, Auto Radio. '66 Falcon 4-Dr. Sedan, Blue & White, 6-CyL, Auto Radio. '66 Cheve SS, Blue, 396 V.8, 4-Speed, Radio. WIN A NEW 1970 DODGE CHALLENGER!ENTER THE DODGE CHALLENGER SWEEPSTAKES, OCTOBER 1-31 ]POLT llATCHEL Olr HALLOW] N CANDY JOlt LITYIX TRICK OR TREATERS SALE lq eg. 880 heh satchel contains 80 pieces of Halloween favorites and a scary mask, too. Delicious assortment, big value? 1Kiniature Hershey Bars-32 in poly bag. Reg. 88c. 77o mb t~icot, ~ nd lmeI.?. - J ma4--M. -. WASHJ,BLE XO0 COTTON PRINT8 Re .57c Assorted prints in washable 100% cotton. 36" to 45" wide in 2 W 10ya dlaa th . " 417 mg.STo Washable 100% cot[on broadcloth in many solid colors. 36" to 45" wid in 2 to lO yar4 COSTUMES GLOW IN THE DARK E A C H 99 Ben Cooper designed these all-white costumes to pro- tect your kiddies as they make their spooky rounds. Ghost, devil, bride, Cinderella, clown or fairy disguises. PUMPKIN CATLAMP SAYS ' OME IN.I" The 8" plastic pumpkin on a pussycat base is complete with cord and watt bulb. U. L. approved. BAHKAMERiCA ,).