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October 31, 1968

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PM Will Meet Al Charles Town High Monday 7:30 Principal Jackson Flamgan of Charles Town High School urges all interested parents and friends to attend the PTA meeting to be held at the high school on Mon, day, November 4. at 7:30 P. M. At this meeting parents and other interested persons will see a filmstrip and hear a tape pro. duced and prepared by the Cur- riculum Center at Shepherd Col- lege and by WXVA. The film- strip shows Charles Town High School in action. In addition to viewing the filmstrip, the parents will have an opportunity to hear explanat- ions of the new. ungraded Eng. lish program, the quest program and the history program. Any questions the parents may have about the new program will be answered by members of the fac- ulty and administration. I 801D IT , THROUGH THE CITIZENS 0F JEFFERSON COUNTY SUPPORT progress. not [JOIIIICS VOTE FOR , Jim Sprouse DEMOCRAT FOR Governor (JEFFERSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC ASSOC.) lfm’ummmmm Mullahmhm Oll. COMPANY. INC. DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725—15 IO (Pol. Adv.) titanic] Gray were Saturday eve- fand their daughter Cathy. of the and Mrs. Jae Selove and children, ‘ A nassas, : Iment last week with her son-in- la Kay and Henry, of McLean, ; wish her a speedy recovery, : Ferry spent Sunday with their ited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartz, of : Milbonrne, of Charles Town, on 1 Sunday afternoon. Church by day School at 10:45. : Buckingham, N. C., passed away Mrs. Bernard Ott Had Guest Speaker The Halltown Church was honored to have as its guest speaker, the Rev. Wil- liam F. Junkin at the 9:30 Morn- ing Worship. Also Mrs, Junkin and their daughter, Miss Alice. The Rev. and Mrs. Junan are missionaries of the Presbyterian Church, U. 8., to the Republic of 4.3a Vie men Presbyterian Free China, Taiwan. Mr. Junkin will be remembered by his many friends as a former assistant of the Charles Town and Halltown Churches, of which, the Rev, G. G. Sydnor was pastor, Mr. Jun. kin served in that capacity from 1938 to 1940, before going to China in 1940. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler Spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. William Marlowe, and Miss Elsie Edwards, of near Charles Town. ‘ Mr, and Mrs. Ellis R, Williams, Sr., of Hanson, spent Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. Wallace Ott. Visitors in the evenig with the Otts were Mr; and Mrs. Ellis R. Williams, .Jr., and two little daughters, Kelly and Tracy, of Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler vis- ited Mrs. Meier’s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe, of Euclid Avenue, Charles Town, on Wednesday.,Mr, Sipe has been confined to his home the past several weeks with the virus, but is now able to return to his work. Mrs. Kenneth Anders, of Eu- clid Avenue, Charles Town, vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott, on Friday. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray attended the funeral of her cousin, Mr. George Strickler ,at the Lee B. Feete Funeral Home in Bruns- wick, Md, on Friday morning at 11 o’clock with interment in the Jefferson, Md, Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Molar vis- ited Mrs. Myrna Bowers, who is a patient in the Winchester Me- morial Hospital on Friday after- noon, Mrs. Bowers underwent surgery on Wednesday. Mr..and Mrs. Lee Friend. of Riverdele, McL, were Friday overnight guests of Mr_ and Mrs. David Penwell and children, Judy, Jeanne, Linda, Terry and David, Jr. They also spent Sat- urday. The Rev. and Mrs. William Junkin, Jr., and daughter, Miss Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright and daughter, “Binky,” of Charles Town, and Mrs. Na- ning supper guests iof Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Sr., of Al- stadts Hill. Miss Jeanne Penwell spent the weekend with her aunt and uncle, Mar. and Mrs. Bartley Painter, Bloomery. ~ Mrs. Suzanne Moler, of Annan- dale, V2,, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and visitors on Sunday of Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Moler were Mr. Meg, Terri, and Ramon, of Ms- Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton, of Ranson. Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr., law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and children, Kar- Va. and under the doctor’s care. We Mrs. McKee has been sick The Girl Scouts of Harpers leader, Mrs. Joyce Horn, at, her trailer on the river. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler vis- Inwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger IEETOWN Mrs. Mary B. Fun- Regular preaching service Sun- day morning in the Methodist the assistant pastor, Rev, Richard Wood, at 9:45; Sun- Mrs. Edward C. Blossom, Of Oct 24. She was a former resi- Ident of Leetown when her late husband was at the Federal Fish Hatchery here. The body was brought to Washington and Graveside services were held at Arlington National Cemetery where her late husband is buried. Mrs. F, P. Owens, Sr., attend- ed the funeral service on Monday. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr wishes to thank all her neighbors, friends, nurses, hospital staff and doctors for kindnesses during her ten-day stay in the hospital and since she has returned home. Mr, and Mrs. Arvil Cutshall, of Detroit, Mich, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dun- bar, Mrs. D. M. Franks, of Raleigh, N. C., is spending a few weeks with Rev .and Mrs. Millard Wil- liams. She is Mrs. Williams’ mother. Mr. and Mrs. PaulGrove enter- tained with a dinner last Sun— day. Mrs. Virginia Lydane, of Wash- ington, D. C., visited the Lyle Tabb family recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wisenberg and family, of Jefferson, Md., were visitors Sunday with the farmer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wisenberg. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Fritts spent the weekend in Richmond, Va., with Mrs. Lorraine Cowar- dine and Sandra. Master Sgt. Francis Demory and family, of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, are spending a few days with the former’s par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dem- ory before he leaves for duty in Vietnam. . The Methodist Sunday School had a Halloween party for the children Thursday night. Mr, and Mrs. Jeff Brown and children, of Alexandria, visited over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hammas.‘ Pfc. Larry Grove left last week for New Jersey Where he em- barked for Germany. Callers last week of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr included Tuesday evening, Mrs. Marion‘Blue; Wed- nesday evening, Mrs. Ernest. Slusher, Jr.; Thursday evening, Mrs, John, Gardner; Friday eve- ning, Mrs. F. -P. Owens, Sr., and Patty; Saturday afternoon, her son, Roy Furr of Hagerstown; Sunday afternoon her ‘ brother, Mr. Clyde Grubbs, of Shepherds- town and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim, 0f Charles Town. Mrs. Frank Clapham, of Van- clessvil-le, was a visitor Sunday afternoon of Mrs. J. S. Locke. Local Group Attended Legion Auxiliary Meet Mesdames Calvin Fleming, Geo rge Vickers, Sr., Raleigh Shaffer Brown lRissler. Becky and; Miss Mary Mags-ha, all members of the Auxiliary of Jackson- Perks Post, American Legion, at— tended the Fall conference of the Legion Auxiliary held at the Legion Home in Berkeley Springs Sunday, October 27. Miss Hammond Enters Junior Division Of Wool Competition Miss Robbie Jo Hammond has entered the Junior division of the Make It Yourself With Wool com petition. She will compete in the District Competition on Novem- ber 30, 1968 at The West Virginia School for the Blind, Romney, West Virginia. Her entry will be a red dress. Miss Hammond is the clan tor of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest our mond, Jr, of ill/wings Farm, Kearneysville, W. a. To Make It Yourself With wool competition is open to all girls. through 21 years ‘of age. Any one desiring additional informat-I ion may convict the District Dir- ector, Miss Virginia Pancake, Romney, West Virginia. * Surprise Baby Shower For Mrs. Tommy Johnson A surprise baby shower was held'Sunday, October 20th at 2:00 P P. M. in honor of Mrs. Tommy Johnson, at the home of Mrs. Jean Morris, Flowing Spring, Road. Guests who attended were, Rose Cole, Sandy Geno, June, Dianolikis, MOIlie Nobrega, Dotl Johnson, Sandy Johnson, Kay, CHATTCEY B Democrat for ATTORNEY GENERAL ROWNING eeeeeeeeeaeae Johnson, Kathy Ford, Anna Rose Todd, Dianne Rinehart, Nancy Glacier, Viola Follins, Christa McGee, Dianne Rinera, Isabell Wiley, Rose Marie Cole, Jean Morris, Baba Hays. Games were played and prizes given after which refreshments were served. The shower was given by Rose Cole, June Dianol- ikis and Sanday Gano. Freddy's Readies Increase lead In WXVA Housewives loop WXVA HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE STANDING 0F TEAMS Team . W. L. Freddy’s Readies 24 8 Helen’s Dolls 20 12 Elliott’s Buttons 13 Woody’s Wonders 17% Tom’s Thumbs 15 Nancy’s Fancies 15 17 Dick’s Slickers 15 John’s Honey’s Jeff’s Cuties 20 Bobby’s Hobby’s 9 23 _ o .. Although both Helen’s Dolls and Elliott’s Buttons scored 3-1 victories in their matches October 22, in action in the WXVA House wives League at Pikeside bowl. Freddy’s Readies, the league lead ers, still pick up ground on the Dolls and Buttons by winning their match by a 4-0 score. Dick’s Slickers scored a 3-1 vic tory while Tom‘s Thumbs and Nancy’s Fancles split their match es 2-2. Dot Brown, rolled the high score of, the day, a 189, while Elizabeth Adams was second with and Maggie Whitehair and Nancy Roth, tied for third with games. Nancy Roth rolled the high set score of the day. a 510, while Dot Brown was second with 504 and Doris Blackford third with 473. Barge's Tigereltes Increase lead Willi Wln Commercial tenure COMMERCIAL IEAGUE STANDING or TEAMS erette’s moving farther -out -in front of the pace with a 3-1 vic- ltory while the Hilldale Beauties iwho were second last week drop Iping down to fifth place with a I4-0 defeat. At the same time ,Strider’s Strikers and four Pen- ;ney's moved up into a tie for the lrunner up spot as the Four Pen- . neys scored a 4~0 win and Strid- ers won by a 3-], score. The Hall- town Paper Dolls, although still in last-place closed the gap some what on the rest of the pack with a 3-1 victory. The Halltown Dolls was the hottest team on the alleys Wed- nesday as they not only came through with the top team game score, a 661 but also the best total match pinfall for the day, with a score. LEGION AUXILIARY SELLING FRUIT CAKES Members of the Auxiliary of Jackson’s Perks Post American Legion, are once again this year selling Bensen’s fruit cakes to raise funds to carry on their pro grams. Person interested in plac ing an order should call Mrs. Calvin Felmeing, 725-7913; Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer, 725-2726; or Mrs. James Morison, 725-5051. The man who is superstitious is not interesed in the truth. 8 t 3 N 0 man has ever been called a liar by the object of his flattery A'I'I'END CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 BE-ELECT‘ BETTY H. BAKER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Slate Senate 16th DISTRICT Four years’ experience in the State Senate: Chairman, o’I‘lihe O “ note Alfl’ culture Committee; Member of Judiciary, Natural Rubin-gen]. ealth Public Institutions Committees of the Senate. Member of Fedenfid Worn-l" Club, Hardy County Democratic Women’s Club, West Virginia Fm Bur!“ American Legion Auxiliary, Potomac Highland: of West Virginia, HI!” r County Library Association, and Presbyterian Church. Graduate of We" § Virginia University, member of Phi Beta Kappa and only wofian ever serve as President of the student body. Primarily interested educutb‘ agriculture, conservation of the natural resources of our state, developmfl‘ of travel and tourism in the Eastern Panhandle (includin improvement "I our road system as a part of this development), and tart cr~ifiauotrlal 3' velopment to afford more employment for people of the or“. Strait” opposed to Sunday racing. $3 Your Support and Vote Will Be Appreciéted. ocr. M-fl-(PD‘. ADV.) :: JEFFERSON TOOL c. i EXPERIENCED T001 8: TOOLS DESIGNED MACHINE wosr ALL TYPES TOOL & COLD ROLLED STEEL Reinforcing Wire for Concrete, etc. Team W. L. Barge’s Tlgerette’s ll Strider’s Strikers . Four Penney’s 18 Moler’s Cltgo 17% 14% Hilldale Beauties 17 15 Market Manor’s Courtney’s Knit 8: Kurt Motion 1495: 17% Norman’s Blake 20 Halitown Paper Dolls 20 LEO—- Action in the Jamison Cotmty Commercial WM?" Oct. 23, saw 'a lot of changes to the league race with Barge’s Tigva (l) R. Jacob Schleuss Will Be A Eastern Panhandle. (Paid for by Citizens For-Akfivdncob Schleuss) VOTE FOR A JUDGE WITH ABILITY AND EXPERIENE R. JCOB SCHLEUSS Republican Candiate For Judge Of The 23rd Judicial Circuit 0f W. Va. s YEAR’S EXPERIENCE A, ASSISTANT U. s. DISTRICT-AT. TORNEY (Under Both Repubfican 8: Democratic Administrations) ('2) YEAR’S EXPERIENCE AS A PRACTICING ATTORNEY. (3) COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY FOR 33 YEARS ; ~ . (4) COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS FOR YEARS. I x A (5) ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY FOR 2 YEARS. Judge Who Stands For Law And Order use or Plant .—= ROUTE 340. BA i M MAKERS FACTORY TRAINED . MAOE . INCLUDING 3* MICRO-WIRE HELIAITc (High Low Volume) ‘. 1| Stocking Distributor of Structural Steel, I Beams I . Dial 725-2369 0 r ' ' 0F, CHA‘IOSES TOWN, W. 1. 1., .. V, " 3‘“ I (A, «r , r v A.» , rt Pol. Oct. 24'2t‘(Pd0