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November 17, 1966

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OBSTETRICAL and Mrs ! Ralph E. Painter, Ferryl Rt. 2, Novemb(.r- and Mrs. Donald Smith, Town, November 10, a and Mrs. Harold Carter, Md November 11, a and Mrs. Robert Howell, Town; November 12, Harpers Ferry.'Rt. 2; Mr. Robert F. Long, Jr Charles Town; Mrs. Catherine Lee, Charles Town;I Baby Edward L. Palmer, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mr. Gilmore M. White, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mr. Warren S. Moore, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Joseph F. Ramsburg, of Rippon; Mr. Parker B. Carter, Knoxville, Md Rt. 1; Miss Char- lotte S. Costello, Halltown; Mrs. Madalyn F. Cunningham, Char- les Town; Mr. George T. Murphy, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2. morning (Th arsday) at 11 o'clock from the Melvin T. Strider Colon- ial Funeral ttome in Ranson, for Mrs. Sudie Russler Ringer, 80, of Springfield, Ohio, a former resi- dent of Jefferson County, who died Sunday, Nov. 13, in the Max- well Nursing tIome in Spring- field, Ohio, where she had been a patient since mid-September. The Roy. Wil~liam Brook, Jr of Summit Point, officiated and bur- ial was glade in the Masonic Come tory at Middleway. The deceased was born in Middleway, Jefferson County, June 18, 1886, a daughter of the Weholo Patch, the h';ghe award that is given in the Ct~b Scouts Doug also received hL,; Two Year Pin. Doug has done a fine job in the Cub Scouts. He plans to go on in scouting joining Troop No. 23 of Charles Town. Mrs. Betsy Wall received her Two Year Pin. We arc very happy to have Mrs. Wall back as Den Mother for Dell No. 2. Mr. Sam Warner, Potomac Dis trict Scout Executive, and his family of Martinsburg were gue- sts. Mr. Warner stated that the Shenandoah Arqa Council was very pleased with the fine job late George Henry and Anna Rac- Pack No. 39 was dcir,g'in scouting hel Mercer Kearns. Her husband, Den No. 4 played Twinkle Twin Clarence Brooks Ringer, died in kle Little Star on a seven piece 1935 She was a member of the kitchen band and poems were ,ho Ho o Home the Senior Regent presiding and a nice attendance present. The Hallowe'en parade which the Women of the Moose spon- sored a float in, was reported on with credit going to the float which the Moose Women spon- sored and which won first prize. The Silver bowl which the Jeff- erson County Chamber of Com- merce presented to the prize- winning float was dl::played and it was reported that following the parade all children of the ages 1 to 10 years and their parents, Demonstration Club Has Meeting The Moler's Itome Demonstrat- ion Club met Wednesday after noon Nov. 9, at the home of Mrs. Robert Hockensmith for their Planning Meeting. Mrs. C. C. Writt led the devot- ions and the president Mrs. Ab- nor Hockensn~ith presided. Offi- cers for the coming year are: Pro sident, Mrs. R. W. Seidner; Vice president - Mrs. C. C. Writt; Sec rotary - Mrs. Evelyn Hendrick~; Treasurer, Mrs. Adam B. Link PIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'3 ADVOCATE THI RSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 A--2 2 p. m. sponsored by Shenandoah door painting class. Garden Clubs. The club is placing In the three years he ~as been two books in Shepherdstown Li- brary in memory of Mr. C. C. Writt and Mr. John Albin. The club is celebrating its 30th anni- versary by having a brunch Nov. lg, 10:30 A. M. at the home- of Mrs. tt. T. Skinner the clubs first )resident. Twenty-three mem- bers and one visitor were present The next meeting Will be a Christmas Party at the home of Mrs. Win. Van Metre, December 17, 7:30 P. M. There will be a gift exchange. painting he has exhibited and sold a lot of his work 5nd has received a lot of blue and red ribbons in the Jefferson County Fair. One of these exhibits was held in the office of Mr. Bill Mc- Donald, Publicity Manager at Shenandoah Downs. The exhibit will run until the 3rd of Dec. A percentage on all paintings sold wilt be donated to the local cancer society. A group of Unitarian minister~ and Mrs. Earl N. George, Town, November 13 a SURGICAL mie L. Shook, Bruns- Mr. Gary W. Cogle, rs Ferry Rt. 2; Mrs. A. Bree'den, Charles 1; Mr. Lyle H. Moler, )wn; Miss Martha V. Winchester, Vs.; Mr. Grace Episc pal Church in Mid" t read bY Den N " 2" ,pjh? ke~H from the Washington, D. C area dleway Mrs. Babbs Hay and Miss Cher-ilett, Darlene Carper, Bruce Cus- Sr. Ste n Luf ~$ :are holding a three-day confer- Surviving are a son, Clarence Yl Grapes will start Den No. 5. ter, Michael Miller and Brian Mrs. Mairie Myers, Co- Extort. once at the Hilltop tIotel this stun agent assisted members in B. Ringer, Jr of Springfield, Miss Grapes is new in scouting Thomas. selecting projects, lessons and Exhibi~ Of P~m~lng$ week. Ohio; one grandchild; a-brother but Mrs. Hay has been active for Jr. Graduate Regent, Joyce leaders and hostess selected. The Retired Manager Of Charles M. Kearns, of Midddeway a ~year. Mrs. Bast also is joining Wiley and Capping Officer Ger- couneell chairmen, named Mrs.[h and one niece and two nephews the pack in tim role of Den rude Prain, attended the convo- A. B. Hockensmith, Better Living/visl~y~ A| Cap t0n'$ Antique Furniture Cold S ----- r Mother helping with Den No. 1 cation in Cambridge, Md. on Sun- tor~g~ P]~t CHARLES E. GEORGE Refreshments of gingerbread and day. 99 College of Regent mere-I Wanted Funeral services were held Tue cider were served and games bers were present and 32 received IIighest Prices Paid Because IF DIeS ~ H@~st0w~ sday, Nov. 15, at 11 a. m. from were enjoyed by all. their green beanie. Chapters at- the Melvin T. Strider Colonial tending were from Maryland, Del- Buy Only Furniture Made Before tF IT'S QUAtlTY YOURE LOOKING FOR ,0 0.0 0 00'0000'00 t. CRINKLE TEXTURED "LIDO" ANCHOR HOCKING GLASSWARE doz. Copies of expensive hand blown glassware! Charming crinkle style complements any table setting. Choose: 5-oz, juice glasses, 8-oz. old fashioned glasses, 12-oz. highball glasses in 1-dozen cartons. Honey gold or avocado. School in Red Springs, North Car olina. A graduate of Wofford College, Mr. Sydnor has been employed there since 1962. He is president of the Board of Directors of the Spartanburg County Mental Hea- lth Association and serves on the Board of Directors of the local Y. M. C. A. Family Center He is also a member of the Civitan Olt~b and the First Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg. He is a native of Richmond, Vs. and a son of the late Dr. G. G. Sydnor and Mrs. Sydnor. He spent the early part of his life in Charles Town where his late father wals pastor of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church for many years. Vardell Hall, currently in its third year of operation, is a pri- vate girls' school offering pre- paration work in the llth. and 12th. grades, a post graduate course, and the A. A. degree in business and terminal and trans- fer liberal arts. Cub Scouts Honored At MontSly Meeting And {:~t~TT ~ 'MII. IItO$111 V, C ACk/~I -~ ~ - iii iiii -.-- (NARTERD 9 te 11 ~p~-Avo. ~. ~i ~ts.~ov ~ mas.mum w. owva 4' QI~ DU~AN HIN $ LAYU 3 :95' U.S. NO. 1 MAINE RUSSET C keu '~', FARMDALE SLICED WHITE Fruit Cecktail 2 ;& 75'