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November 17, 1966

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Farm Show Animals Win First Place R" egtstered Merit Blue Hereford Show Ky.-.-These four animals were responsible for the first-place ribbon in the get-of-sire the Register of Merit Blue Grass Hereford Show held recently in Louisville. The animals are by Blakeley Farm, Charles Town, West Virginia, and Still House Hollow Farm, Hume, Virginia. Were sired by Dominion Cruiser 8, the bull that was champion at the Blue Grass ROM Show in he left in the picture is Dave Brower, Still House Manager, and on the right is Hank Roysten, Herdsman. Glen Brown, owner of Blakeley Farm, is also in the picture. (Photograph by American Hereford Association) Mrs. Julia Viands Miss Linda+ Smallwood of Reis- ing there. terstown, Md. Misses Linda and Gaselia Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton and Smallwood, of near Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Painter, spent thte weekend with their the latter, of Kearneysville, were grandmother, Mrs. Maude Small- in Hagerstown, Md on Monday evening. Expressed I Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son, Marvin and daughters, Linda and sympathy goes out Gaselia were Saturday night call- of Mr. Rudolph ers of her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Ranson by the sudden Francis Smallwood and family in his wife Lilly last Sun- Ranson. Lilly and Mrs. Addle of Harpers Ferry had Mrs. Robert Howard and chil- d shortly before her dren, of Middleway, were callers spending the weekend Tuesday upon Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Md. She was a great land Henry. writer and often vis- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler, Penn Hill, Pa were Saturday vis- when her health was ~e will be greatly missed itors of their cousins, Mr. and knew her. Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughters, and Mrs. John+ Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler and Terry and Chuckle, of daughter, Dianne, of Kabletown, spent Saturday night were Sunday callers' of the with the latter's par- Risslers. r. and Mrs. Garland Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush vis- ited friends in Berryville, Va on Lester Viands and of Romney, were dinner guests of his Mrs. Julia Viands, and her sister and 'fiim- and Mrs. William Viands and Mrs. Mayo Shiley of and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of Bakerton were night callers of the lat- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bobby. The of the Woodwards the long weekend with Mrs. Ray Marcas and of Winchester, Va Donald Magaha and of Middleway, and Milton and son Kevin were Sunday visitors and Mrs. Joe Milton. callers upon Mrs. Julia Mrs. Betty Hover- Mr. and Mrs. At- of the Bloomery and Friday evening. Miss Jane Rissler, of West Va. University, Morgantown, and Miss Pat Rissler of the Government, Washington, D. C spent +the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daugh- ter, Susan. Pat is back in Wash- ington now after spending some time in Michigan+ Mrs. Joe Milton and Mrs. Viola Boyd spent Monday with friends at Barley Crossroads, Va. Miss Donna Hovermale and cou- sin, Vickie Householder, spent the long weekend with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearer in Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Albert Viands, Jr and daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and Mrs. Betty Hovermale called on Mrs.' Margaret Gayhart in Ran- son on Wednesday. Sorry to hear Mrs. Gayhart isn't doing So good after surge .ry. Her daughter, Mrs. Richard Viands, and husband and daughter, Vicki, are still stay- wood. Mrs. Julia Viands spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Shirley and family near Middle- way. Mr. and Mrs. James Gray, of Luray, Va were callers last week of their niece, Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daughters, Joyce and Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pdpkins, of Kabletown, were also callers. Mrs. William Dillow, Jr has returned to her home from the Charles Town General Hospital where she had been a patient for a week but sorry to hear she isn't getting along very good. Mrs. Hall Thomson of Harpers Ferry was a caller on Tuesday of Mrs. Albert Viands and daugh- ters. Mrs. Mary Frye has returned to her home in Point of Rocks, Md from her daughter's, Mrs. William Dillow keeping the chil- dren while Mrs Dillow was a pa- tient in the hospital. Mrs. Betty Hovermale and daughters, Donna and Tammie, and son, David of Leetown, were callers Wednesday evening upon her parents, Mr: and Mrs. Albert Viands a'nd also called on her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Julia Viands received a letter from her grandson, Glenn, that he had arrived in Viet Nam and staying in a hotel, the same one where President Johnson had been. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent Sunday with their daugh- ter, Mrs. Doris Herndon, near Washington in Ardmore, Md. AT THIS t TODAY IN OUR P TWO OVENS Lets you bake and broil at the same time EYE-LEVEL EASE Upper oven and control panel at eye-level LIFT-UP TOP Smart Lusterloy cook-top lifts for cleaning TAPPAN QUALITY A product backed by 84 years of experience (Formerly Charles Town Gas Co Inc.) --The Mason Building -- 116 WASH. ST. -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Dial 725-2915 Miss Lillian Myers W.M.S. Meets The W.M.S. of the Leetown Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Ed Hammond and Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Hymn, "O Master Let Me Walk With Thee," was followed by prayer led by Mrs. Millard Wil- liams; Scripture, 1 King 171-16 verses; thought on verse 16; prayer for missionaries of Ni- geria, by Mrs. Williams; topic of lesson, "Baptists of Japan," by Mrs. Sisk; Devotions by Mrs. Sisk; prayer by Miss Camilla Wiltshfre; "Christianity in Japan" by Mrs. William Hendricks; "Soka-Gak- kau", Mrs. Williams followed by second part by Mrs. Melvin Ma- gaha; "Southern Baptists and the Japan Baptist Convention," by Mrs. Jean Spurling; second part Mrs. William Walker, "Christ the Difference" by Miss Wiltshire; closing meditation by Mrs. Day and Mrs. Lester Henry; prayer by Mrs. Sisk; col,lec ion5 $9.65; roll call with 15 members present. It was decided to fix Mrs. Harden a basket of fruit for Thanksgiving. Minutes were read and approved. Committees re- ported: Mission Study to be taught by Mrs. Howe of Vaughn Summit or Mrs. Williams. This will be taught on Sunday after- noon and Summit Point society are invited; "white cross" collec- tion, $1.45. Mrs. Mabel Sisk and Mrs. Jean Spurling agreed to take over Sun- beams. Lottie MaMon goal, $112.75. Delicious refreshments were served by hostess. Mrs. Charles Rice, of Hyatts- ville, Md and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- die eC-orge, of Washington, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Sherman Hopper. Mrs. Howard James and daugh- ter, Sonja, and Mrs. William Miller motored to Hagerstown on Sunday and visited Mrs. Rena Weag]ey and Mrs. Clara } [anna, aunts of Mrs. James. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Weagly and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chrissinger, Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Snyder and children, Pittsburgh, Pa visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Snyder over the weekend. Mrs. Roland Andrews and chil- dren, of Havre De Grace, Md spent the weekend with her moth- er, Mrs. Oscar Seal. I Miss Mary Jane Graves, of Burlington, spent the weekend with her sister, Miss Patti Graves and brothers. The Thanksgiving service is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Williams Memorial Service on Thanksgiv- ing Day. The choir is practicing for the special music of the serv- :ice. Members of other congrega- i tilons on the charge are invited to join the choir which practices next on Tuesday evening before Thanksgiving at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Whitmer and family, of Alexandria, Va spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lewis Sager. Mrs. Sager who had spent last week in Alexandria tist agd Methodist churches will take part in the service. The choir will have special music and the community is cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of Hagerstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dart and Miss Mae Morris. Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and family, of Maryland, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Fitzwater and son, Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Viands and sons, of Round, Hill, Va were Sunday visitors of the former's parent~ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands, Sr. returned home with them. I Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and The Grace Baptist Church is]daughter, of Charles Town, were having a Thanksgiving service I recent visitors of the former s Wednesday evening, Nov. 23, at lparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 7:30 o'clock. The speaker will be ] Wiley aand family. the Rev'. Luther Crady, pastor of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Gray, of Berkeley Spring,were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh- ter, Misty, and son, Jimmy, of Leetown, were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Mrs. Edna Barr of the Bloom- ery was a recent caller on her mother, Mrs. Lettie Ott and fam- ily. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, Sr were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and daughter, Kimberly and sons, Richie, Car- lin and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Philip. Wiley and daughter, Theresa and sons, Timmy and Scottie, and Mrs. Philip eden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and family, of Maryland, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and sons, Steve, Keith, Terry, Glenn and Soottie were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Webb and family at Shenandoah Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Linton, of near Martinsburg, were recenl visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter, Dianne. Mr. and Mrg. Donald Oden and daughters, Donna and Gale Ann and sons, Guy and Frankie, were Sunday dinner guests of the for- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR R'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 B.--2 mer's mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and son, Billy. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Glover were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Potts and family at Falls. Churcl~, Va. Mr. Walter Kerlin, Jr spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn, Sr and t'amfly at Shenan- doal Junction. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh- ter, Misty and son, Jimmy, of Leetown, were recent visitors of Mrs. Ruby Oft and daughter, Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Glover were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ebert at Falls Church, Va. t lot of action in a Sunbeam If there ever was bread made to order for today's action age, it's Sunbeam. Sunbeams food-energy is the long-lasting kind. Just 3 slices will give you the go-power you need for nearly an hour of strenuous bicycling. What's more, Sunbeam Bread is made better to taste better. It's fresher- tasting. Softer textured. Don't you believe all breads are alike. Taste the difference in the one and only Sunbeam Bread. +%+ ~oe Blue Ribbon Sunbeam baked by Schmidtt.