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October 31, 1968

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1 . I L. Burns. The Tennis family will,i:.m= h Fea, le Nasa Annn.nFa nn nAmnn I L U SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ,g~'~:- Ireturn to their winter home in~LUUIU IllVI~GJ 13 IIlG;UU MIIIIIVUII~q~ I IUU Jld [THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 A3 "? ,~ [ ] Fort Myers, Florida next week. ~ . . ~ q. = [ " -J, " Mr and Mrs. Fred M. Lehman MI S UlXle )mira10 ] i lltlllllt J and iam iy who have been livingtmlore'e r0r Lnartes s )r0vztl l0 eels I Misses Phyllis, Beverly and Kay ily and two friends of Ha g~,' '~ i .mwwlwm f ~lRpl~ ~.~l i in Camp Hill, Pa, have moved t 9. ~ ~ . L. ~ . . l-~ . [ Coffman of Leetown were-callersI town, Md Mr. and Mrs. 1~'/,/ I ~" ~r~t~ ~ to Reading. Mass. ~Ir. Lehman is/i0wn n|gn ~)cJl00i ~n~ ~!]ro ~00er~ A. J~a|n1~ The Senior Woman's Club--en-I VirgTnia encouraging state-wide [ of Mr. Floyd Simons on TuesdayI Greene of Mercersburg, .Pa ~' iii:: . general manager of the State E-| Jo-ed a Halloween Part~, in Hi-hlnarticination ~ l evening, j ana lwrs. ~eiwn ~nyaer, F]l~,: : . ~ J ~ ~. ~- v ff :~ :~ ~. I qmpment Company in Burhng-[ ~~ :-- = - --: i Mr. and Mrs. Wflhe Smith, view, the home of Mrs. O S ] Mrs Walter Russall, President[ Last Sunday guests of Mr. D. IRmhard Roper and son, Je *1~ el ton, Mass :5: ~ --- - =- - - ~ - ~~narpso~rg,~. u. announce me eu Bloom The house took on a very [ of the club preserhed a very im- [ S Graham were Mr and Mrs. Ray I Mr. Forrest Glassford. | ~plne~ddt~i!!ist~ah~:p~l~:!gf~m[ RoM~es~ed' pM::. hCalvY:~2nus~l~iOgfI ~ gpo~g~ib~t~a~n~te~r:~ftae~!ii~IwXr~e. I p~ertai~tmbsUSm:lSeS' ag;nd:or~37t~f I Gr~YMOf. BT~lk:lmeYLt;prmg~ fMr. I READ TH~V~ ~.~4.b~ ~:":":'*:":":' '-"~':":*"'X~".~:*':":'*:"'~'*-""," |~PwOeO,~ d~omO~p:;:ef ~rritnhny jH:I~ Penn, in 1682 On her '! .~ " - ' - - -~.~ -- --:~. | ". "I mrs. rmzel ruster ano uaughter :~~ I m costume and were judged for [the ,ear The Club endorsed all. ;:; ONE STEP BEYOND '~)Y~-t->, + Bushong ~veu .wor~ o~.jne~at, a,u~,-,Miriam of Emporia, Va. visited ~::(=-=: State Head Licensed I originality, beauty, and ughness. [ of tl~e projects, and the first one I ~ ~,~ ~ mnn o~ nor Hrst gr . ~' . / Mrs. ruster s sons, ~ev. ueorge E~ ~ - : :-: -] ] I The masquaaers winning prizes! wm he a White Elephant Sale at ~ & ' ~C2-~I ~.'-V~k - b Oct 27 to L~ ana ~rs ~" son, .orn . . "I Purer of Hamilton, Va. and ~~ I ~ ~ i U U.I [ were: Mrs. Kenna Travell, Mrs.| the November Meeting on Tues-[]i ~]/Y~U-~'~( "~.9" rucnara ~awyer, at me ~or~ ~z~.| Harry Puster and family several, I r[aLIIt;Cli NUI~q~) II~l~ ]Thomas Rogers, Miss Louise Wall day November 19 The member-['.~ ~1~~'" ~ ~i~ voir military hospital. Mrs. Saw-] days last week. I - "- - ~:=~ 1 raven, Mrs. Martin Glaize, Mrs. [ shin voted to sell" the West Vir- [ '~' ~-~" ~ "" yer, before her marriage was the * * F L. Bushong. ginl'*a lace mats, this being a Fed ): o~-d dau,*hter of Mrs George[ S~' "A~S WOMEN TO I 0maize t0 al District / " ~ "eautification and/ p ];!; Watch your step thin Halloween Check your hablht see . s "" [ "" ~ ~" I ~.~ o~ ,-, [ [erauon rojee~, also ~o give spec- ;!; " . " oun I " P,limits" make sure thekee u with the ever-h he . / 1 ~ . W Dress, Sally Kay. The y g- HAVE RUMMAGE SALE Conservatmn Chaxrman had the ia collections for the Pearl Buck Y P [-P . g sler has been named Rmhard| Members of St James Council ~ ~- ~- :: -- program and presented Mr. Har.|Pro~ect thisbein, acarrvover/:/ jury awards. Itcosts only a fraction to dOt!Die Y0U j . ttatch Sawyer, r. ] of Cathohc Women of Charles ~ := :-=::~ old K~sner, a representatwe from| project to finance a West Virginia [ :~ protectmn but ff you re sued, m ght be the be~ Dr. and Mrs. Ralph T~nnis and[ Town, will hold a rummage sale, i LAURA DORSEY =~ : -:: -- :- -~ Cities Service Oil Company, who[ Club H~me Headguarters. This [ at; step you've ever taken. Mrs Morgan of Gaithersburg. Md.|.[ Novemoer ~-~ m me ~tanson, Twirlin m ch" s~il~n~ ~~~ :~- ::~ ~ explained a program of Beaud~i-l year it is known as "Pennies For / 4, "" " o ~ " g, ar n~g ~ " " ic i,"" and Mr. and Mrs. RuSsell Green[ Shopping m a: m, to and wearing her purple velvet catmn that the Citrus Serv e O 1| Pearl ;.:~, of Thurmont, were dinner guests ] 5 p. m. at the ~t. James unurcl~ unfform~ Here comes Drettv, viva ~~ Company has started known as| Mrs Frank Humston asked that[ ~: ~ (~!(~)~7E~1"~ ' " - ~ " " ""n" is " "* ~ ----'- last Wednesday w~th Mrs. John CCW. [cious Laura Dorsey leading the '~- " ~-- -- ~ Business r'or ~eaury,~ Is [ all dues be mailed to her on[~ ~" ma'orettes] of the Charles To~,~n ~ ~-. : : - -- : ~- One of the important -pr grams/-~ - - - --~- ~'~ -~,-s~r'- ~ ~*-~+ ,~.~.~'~ '-" ~.'~'"/'~.:.x ~r'~ X ~ ~ ~]High School Band. adopted by the General .e.erm-| middle of November this will en |i~i ( ~L~ ) II f5 ] A N !~. W ~ A [ K U ~ ~[ Laura, who is the daughter of 1 ~ - = ~ : r: : :~ ran; OW ~he[ able the mailing list for the Club] ]; ~--- "~/-'./ Mr ~lsner expiamea n ~ ,:, O ~ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dorsey, 124~~-:~:: ~: ~ ? Woman Magazine to be revised,~ FOR YOU !West Con ress StreeCharles ~% -: : program mat is a,reaay ~n Prac'~M n" B'rk'-- w :" " A SOFT NEW SITLE g t, : : . v g, m m Dm ~ ,~. ,~.-,~ ^ o **~ g'Town, has one brother "Flip". ~uee. suggests ~oaern ~erv)ce|subscribers for the ads in their: ][ :~. : - (by ~ur r xpvr~ o~t~] ]{'Her hobbies are baton twirling ~ ~ -i :. ~est ~emers, ne clieo many s~a~-l -ear boot" l ;!~ ~t.crv~f ~/kTA~J~vvt~,~ ]~ ~ O &. ~ ~. IT- ]~ .and playing the organ. ~~ ~ons through the Southern .tates[ . --,:~ " t //'"~-" ~Qi .- [ nimu uta - @u ta ug ~ Miss Dorsey is active in school ::. ----- - - I nave mouern lounges, eqmppeu [ I [ :i : g,~,~~ IN~. 6 ~~ .* affairs She is business manam~r " -- for res~ in a beauuml aunospnere, i . ~. ,: - ~~~ Inquire abou our Monuay Tnru ~ .f +~" ~.~h~. ~.f~ ~,~ - - I fine carpets, mirrored walls, and ~,~ ~ ~ [ ~ ~" ] ~i Wednesday SPECIALS dent"of t~esen~orc/ass-v]ce~es L splendid furnishings. He spoke - / X ,s,~ . . r~ ~ J a, ~~ ~ ~,~--* -~ ~ a~-o~ics Clu~ a Iof dealers completely bulding FOR I~'#erymm$ insured - ~ug ie$germ~y Open - Monday thru Saturday ] member of the National Honor new stations and doing extenmve C 0 N G R E S S ][ " 8 A. M. - 5 P.M. R Society, a member of the Spanish [landscapping that is. drawn .in (POL Hill.Dale Shopping Center Dial 725.7081 - - the plans They stimma~e oeamy, ~ * t.: : * : e~ ~ * * " q~u~To~naV ]~ Honor Society, and first chair [- . -,: >- ~ : *~-~ **.;.~ -. v -.o ~* - *~.~.~.* '.~ I ~ zaaLla~oa ~LJ~ ![ flnt~ nlovev i~ hand .a~. ~auxJm ~.xr~ lousiness, ana provlae comior~s ~ ----------~-. ------- " R a M - 9 P. M ~ "''~ ~"" e~, ~.~o, e~,+,~o, ~u,~ ~ I for tourists This is known as the ~ ,r,n~,~-",o rt~a:~r~ ;,t~ " i ~ Rt~h E'y'e=~S~tat~l~res]dent"of"the New Look, that many service stat ViKt$11qJ~ ~ D~,AU,I Drlur ~ | Licensed PractiCal Nurses Assoc-ions will take on, no longer will ~, FOR --METHING NEw = ~ ~ ~ IBA~mlI~|,|,|~| ia'tion of West Virginia, Inc visit ,they be thought of as a greasy ~ ~U ~m DIAL 720-,~,= # uv rll U LL! Ildil e~ Charles Town to organize a ]car care center, he concluded. ~ And gnm~,l'h|no- 1~|||~r.nt ~'~.~ 118 N, Charles St. -- Charles Town, W. Yd. I[ M I -I local district of the Association. t Mrs. Bloom, also, S~.~e ,eauu~l: ~t b ~ ~ ~ ~ X ~~ ~i~i District 21 was established with I cation for the Federauon, appmm ~ o r r~ ~, r~ a,~ ~, ~: ~~X7C7~.--5- ~~ w~ m~ ~ i 15 as charter members A work ~ ed by the Governor s Committee ~ ~ r. !~ U U K D L A U I 1 r u L ~ ~**:~"-""*:*':'~> r~[2~l~ shop was conducted in "the after l on Beautification, plans to dis tri- ~, /~1~ -~"-'- noon by Mrs Eve instructing, bute kits to au crees in wes~ ~i~} I[I ~ I~ I~ f r T f I~ I.1~I~I~8 ; ~ - ~ c, :%: , lldl~ IP|~|Pi ] OBSTETRICAL those present m the hmtory, the [ ~. II U D r: 3 i: / 3 tl:WI:LI i b2mr',acnhdarf;:'TD~aldf~ aI~ ~c~, bYt]~s' and structure of organ IActjyjtJeS Calendar ~l~" OUR QUILTED ROBES OFFER WARM ,COLORFUL .~ ~ ' . Friday evening the foUowing I ~*"" COMFORT FOR THOSE AT.HOME HOURS. ~~ 22, 1968, a ~oy. officers were elected: President, [~a~ 1~~ R=ntl ~ . *: Mr and Mrs Eugene T HealeyT el-n Bowma- first vice- |Ul L~-~|V~BR I~-M~|g~B$ " }~ " ' "-- " W "'a 24 "" " Mr Richard Llo d Ell n ouis y ; ~.i . ard E Williams, pastor. " " " ~ ~ .~ Mr. and s. ~ ing eommitte was compmsea o, eT,~nav- . ~.45 A M Sur~lav /l/ 11141" I IATIEs Charms TOwn, w. va OcL za, Pauline Grandstaff, chairman, e~:,~;~";~.~ "~ -N"--Wo~l~i~ "" DOLL Sir ~ . . Pauline FrRts, Norma Wh;te, Jan,~ ~ ~, T "a- -'-ened ~" J ~ ~J -'- uz .L~ZUa aJ' u~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. uenjam=m o~, ice Alberts, and Geraldine Willis "~ ~'k'~, "3" " M ~,r~,c With Pajamas, Both Long and Shorty, and Matching Scuffs E,Rans0n,W Va, Oct 28,1968, ~a: "~'-"---~'r-v-"C^-- ~ur~uex~:- ,~. . ,~,o ~V~)U ~l~T~ . " " aa,-,~ ~u~, m ~. ~=~ ~" at the home of Miss Camella - yu~ ~L ,q a boy. so RN ~n t'asl;el naues -- ~re woncterzui ., SURGICAL "- " I-- WRshire anu ~rs. J~ean ham- .> 4 GIRL DOLL .69 Tne otueers were ms~m ea Oy mond PARTYDRESS 49 Little Darrell L. Viands, Char-Mrs. Eye in a beautiful and in- les Town, W. Va. WEDNESDAY: 7:30 P. M. Mrs Carrie L. Carter, Knox-spiration*al candle light service. Following the meeting a social Prayer Services - WMS in charge. FRIDAY: - 6:30 P. M. Choir ' ville, Md. Baby Darren C, Painter, Char-hour was held, with coffee being poured by Mrs. Jessie Kelley. Practice, 7:30 P. M. RA's, GA's, les Town, W. Va. Three members of strict 21 YWA's Ranmn, W. Va. .-- 725-5221 Little Sherman T. Clipp, Jr attended the annual State con- Knoxville, Md Ro~e 2. venflon o, ~A~ ~o One Se t From C0un OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT TILL 9:00 P. M. Mrs. Linda L. Hahn, .Rlppon, Wheeling, October 23-25. W. Va. Meetings will be held the 4th SHOES Mr. James R. Viands, Harpers Tuesday of each month. All Lie- For Induction; Ten ~=== ==~ Ferry, W. Va Route 2. ensed Practical Nurses are cord- Mr. Kenneth J. Cary,Win- tally invited to attend.Others 6o For Fxams CH~S TOWN, W. VA. chester, Va. YOU I PAY ONLY Feagans Jewelers, located on main street in Charles Town, have launched their 17th Anniversary Sale, and what a sale it is l ! Many fantastic bargains, such as 50% off on diamond rings. What a great opportunity for all. And just listen to this while at Feagans, Jewelers REGISTER FOR A Consisting of the finest brands in the Jewelry industry that Feagans has been proud to merchandise over the years. The Items To Be Given The Lucky Winners Are: A $250.00 KEEPSAKE DIAMOND RING (Genuine -- Begistered) A $50.00 BULOVA WATCH A $50.00 WYLER WATCH Speidel watch bands and British Sterling sets by Speidel, Gorham Sterling silver, Westclox cordless clock, a beaut- iful Sterling silver desk set by Anson, an onyx letter opener, general electric steam and dry iron and a quant- ity of solid gold jewelry items such as pendants and mothers rings. And to top all of this a crisp $100 bill for just another manner in which Feagans Jewelers wishes to thank you for your valued patronage of the past years. We now feature a most complete and varied inventory from which you may select with little or no money down. Look for the Keepsake ign in the center ot Downtown Charles Town -- 230 W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. AH Work And Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Hours Daily- 9:00 to 5:00 Friday 9:00 to 9:00 REMEMBER -- If You Don't Know Your Watch, Know Your Jeweler -- Miss Katherine M. Nick, Harp- ers Ferry, W. Va Rou, e 2. Annual Talent Show IOne Jefferson County youth Mr. Harry A. Jenkins, Kear- was ~enLt to the Armed Forces neysville, W. V a. P, Jt~ ~V~ Induction station at Fort Hold- Little Dale P. Chapman, Char. ~iiw~n|var - c Assn. bird, near Baltimore, Md Wed- nesday morning by the Jefferson les Town, W. Va Route 1. | County Selective Service Board Mrs. Gloria Sine, Charles Town aturday At 8 p.m. for induction into the nations W. Va. Mrs. Janet M. Myers, Leesburg, Armed Forces. He was Harvey E. Harding Jr according to Mrs. Va. --- The annualshow, sponsored by Lyle To.wnsend, clerk of the MEDICAL the Bolivar Civic Association will board. Mrs. Mary A. Mauzy, Knoxville be held on Saturday evening Nov. Also sent from the local Draft Md Route 1. 2nd at 8 p. m. at Harpers Ferry Board were ten men for their Miss Gladys R. Rodgers, Ran- High School. There will be many pre.induction physical examinat- son, W. Va. acts by talent from the tri-state ions. Mrs. Llnda L. Carlisle, Charles area. Prizes will be awarded to Mrs. Townsend said the local Town, W. Va. the four top w~nner~ Come and Board has been given an induct- spend an entertaining evening, ion quota of only two men for Mrs, Esther B. Mason, Charles The proceeds will be used for the the month of November and no Town, W. Va Route 2. Master Terri L. Carper, Charles community improvement sponso- men will be sent for examinations red by the Association. Admiss- Town, W. Va. ion; $1.00 for adults and 60 cen~ Mrs. Sadie K. Moore, Shenan- for children under 12 years old. doah Junction, W. Va. Mr. =hel Knox- Church women Untied ville, . Mrs. May V. Johnson, Shenan- doah Junction, W. Va. Mr. Thornton T. Perry, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Mary A. Smith, Ransoa, W. Va. Master James M. WfltsMre, Cha rles Town, W. Va, Mrs. Genevieve E. Gifft, Baker. ton, W. Va. Miss Constance L. Davis, Cha1~ les Town, W. Va. Mr.D. Wesley May, Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. Eugene G. Cross, Charles Town, W. Va Route 1. Mrs. Mary Isenberg, Harpers Ferry, W. Va Route 2. Master Charles S. McDonough, Ranson, W. V~. Mr. John . Barlow, Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. Walter C. Everhart, Harp- ers Ferry, W. Va Rotate 2. Miss Velta C. Thornton~ Char- To Meet Friday 7:30 At Asbury Methodist Church The Church Women United of Charles Town and vicinity will meet Friday evening, November 1, at 7:30 at the Charles Town Asbury United, Methodist-Church to celebrate World CommunRy Day" it was announced today. The theme for the celebration this year is "A New World's A'Coming" Duplicate Bridge Club To Ned At Ramey Home Monday Ni0ht Nov. 4 ms, itoll les Town, W. Va. The, Charles Town Duplicate Little Kimberly A. White, Cha. Bridge Club will not hold it's rles Town, W. Va. weekly session of play Tuesday Mrs. Maflene L. Hackley, Knox. mght, November 5, due to the ville, Md. election, but members are urged Mr. Robert ~.aMahoney, Harp- to meet at the home of Mrs. Louise D. Ramey at 7:30 Monday ers Ferry, W. . Mr. David F. Brackett, Charles night November 4. Town, W Va. Winners in club play Tuesday night, October 29 held at the Mr. Raymond R. Kern, Harpers Jefferson Coun.ty Civic Center in Ferry, W. Va. Charles Town were: ,X]TF. ND CHURCH SUNDA~t Mrs, Mary Hyde and Mrs. Esther Griffith, first; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Diamond of Martins. burg second and B. B. Butts and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Dan Fowler of Martinsburg third. DIAL 725-51'13 Charles Town, W. Va. ,i~ WOODY [:RE[ TRIO DANCING Saturday Night. 9: 30 During Standard Time - 9 P.M.-- HAWAIIAN NIR CLUB FOR RESERVATIONS:" I Phone 301-834-2Q02 I 2 DAYS ONLY! MON. & TUES. NOV. 4,5 ALWAY8 RRST OUAMTY BUILD BABY'S ALBUM WITH I) PIXY PIN-UPS EXCLUSIVELY AT PENNEY'S Non-glare lights get natural smiles. Do your baby-bragging with a beaut/- ful photo "worth more than a thou- sand words." Get a completely finished photograph for only 59 . You will not be urged ~o buy but if you wish the re- maining poses they're yours for 1.35 for the first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 for any additional. AGE LIMIT 5 years. One or two children per family will be photographed singly for 59 each for the first picture. Each addi- tional child under five 50.