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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 17, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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~g,:~;~g<~ :%~Z~:?O~:;:,~>~ tendance. The meeting was called ,==, ,L ==,m U,~A=,u,u, ]to order by the president, Mrs. MIMMI/PIIIN/ j WaJiace Snyder and was opened vw,-= -- --,w ,-- lwith Devotions led by Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Stuart Crim left-, Burch. At their conclusion ~:~.; ~$~:* ~i ~,i~:;~.i~;:~: ::;f~ ;: :~,:~11 the minutes of t he last meeting i were read and approved, a report Demonstngion Club Meets I was made by the treasurer, and The Summit Point Home Dem- severaI items of old business onstration Cflub met on Thursday were transacted. Following this o~ening at the home of Mrs. Wil- the club was reorganized for the liam Burci~ with ten of the mere- coming year with lesson leaders, ber~ and Mrs. Marian Myers, Jef- Devotional leaders and hostesses fer~an County 4-it agent, in at-'being selected for the coming year. Committees were appoint- ed and met to plan their objec- tives for the year. oelected chair- men of these committees were: Civic Responsibilities and Inter- national Relations, Mrs. James Grantham; Better Living and Ma- terial Resources, Mrs. George Crim; Cultural Advancement, Mrs. Robert Light; Health, Miss Shirley Mao)ughtry; Safety, Mrs. Robert Burch and Human Re- sources, Mrs. Stuart Crim. Mrs. Myers explained many of the new $ "IV VIEWING Stretch out relax your cares away in this roomy, deep comfort chair. A bonafide comfort value with "Lifetime Guarantee." Choice vinyl with look of leather. Handsome trim comple- ments the fine * sWling. Excep- tionally low priced! in these beautiful TV RECLI N ERS From The Phone 725-7068 Charles Town, W. Va. HOME OF FINE FURNITURE Southern States 0 Nov. 11 Thru Dec. 17 lilt I IIIII II III I I I IPAY ,NOTHING,UNTIL MARCH -| 9671= 19 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer. No. UBC.19. Regularly $245 Special $225 Westinghouse Electric Heater, No. AH.19. Regularly $21.95, . Special $17.95 23 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer. No. GH-23. Regularly $285 Special $260 West Bend 30-Cup Electric Percolator, No. 9308. Regularly $12.95 . . Special $9.95 28 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer. No. UBC-28. Regularly $309 Special $285 23 Cu. Ft. Upright Freezer. No. UBU.23S. Regularly $289 Special $265 Westinghouse Electric Blanket. No. BA.3ODBSC. Regularly $17.95,Special $14,95 p Westinghouse Portable Mixer. No. HM-05. Regularly $12.45, Special $9.95 30 Cu. Ft. Upright Freezer. No. U.3OIB. Regularly $395 Special $365 Westinghouse Electric rving Knife. No. HKN-1, Regularly $18.95 Special $16.95 19 Cu. Ft. Combination.Refrigerator- Freezer. No. UBRF-118. Regularly $498 Special $460 Oster Electeic Can Opener. No. 504-16. Regularly $12.95,Special StO.gS HP Water System. Pump, Tank, Ft. Valve, Jet. No. ALD2OVG. Regularly $205.30 . . Special $165 Westinghouse Hair No. HZ04. Regularly $17.95 Special $15.95 Titan Electric Baseboard Heater. No. BB-37B. Regularly $29.95,Special $23.95 Westinghouse Spray.Steam & Dry Iron. Teflon-coated. No. HS.38T. Regularly $20.95,Special $17,95 FREE Home No. GFD in Charles Town Cooperative N. Mildred Street - Ranson, W. Va. - Dial 725-2212 projects which have been added Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton were this year and them embers select- the latter's nieces and their fam- ed projects which they wished to lilies, Mr. and Mrs. John Welty carry in 1967. At conclusion of land children, Johnny, Mike and the business meeting, a pleasant Connie of Waynesboro, Pa and social hour was enjoyed during Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps which a quiz, "Let's Bake a Cake and children, Trina, C. R. and for Thanksgiving" was won by Tracey of Charles Town. Mrs. Wallace Snyder and deli- Miss Patty Sullivan of Martins- cious refreshments were served burg spent several days last week by the hostess. The next meeting visiting at the home of her broth- of the chub, which will be the dr-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas party, will be held at William Burch. Upon her return the home of Mrs. James It. Sny- home on Saturday she was accom- der one week later than the reg- panied by her niece, little Miss i ularly scheduled date, on Decem- Debby Burch, who visited over- ber 15. t night in Martinsburg. I Covered DLsh Supper Hyma Sing An audience, which filled the Methodist Church to overflowing, was in attendance on Sunday eve- ning when a very enjoyable pro- gram of hymn singing was pre- sented. Participating were the youth and atiplt choirs of the local church, the adult choir of the Middleway Methodist Church, the youth choir of the Kabletown church and the choir of the Sum- mit Point Bapti~ Church. Also on the program, in addition to congregational singing, were Mrs. Philip Creamer, soloist, repre- senting the ~Chureh of the Holy Spirit, the Reverend Lynn But- to.f, Mr. Richard Nicodemus and Mr. Tom Clanton, soloists, and a duet sung by Mrs. Robert Chrisman and her brother, Mr. Herbert Furr. Mrs. T. A. Moore and Miss Ber- nice Patton, who had been visit- ing for several days with the for- mer's son-in-law and daughter, ~he Reverend and Mrs. William ~rook at the Episcopal Rectory, eft on Sunday to return to their mine sin HintQn. Recent :visitors at the home of ROAD SERVICE Not every agent who trav- els around selling insur- ance will be there when you t~eed him--when an accident occurs. That's why it's so important to deal with an independent agent who gives P.S.--- Personal Service. Your "P.S." agency in this area is H. S. CI PPER, Jr. Hill.Dale Shopping Center PHONE 725.7081 Insurance & Real Estate II I I III PHONE 725-5212 Tlitfirs FrL.SaL Nov. 17.18.19 JERRY LEWIS Out-Of-This-World Double Header "Visit To A Small Planet" ALSO "The Bellboy" SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY IN COLOR 'Northwest Stampede' ALSO 'WC lk Into The Jungle" PLUS "Captain Viedo" Sun Mo~ Tue&-Wed. Nov. 20-23 Kirk Douglas -Frank Slnatra John Wayne. Yul Brynner "Cast A Giant Shadow" IN COLOR RARP~R$ FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-2212 Fri SaL-Sun. Nov. 18-19-20 3--BIG SHOWS---3 "The Hoodlums" 7P.M. ALSO -- IN COLOR Underwater $:15 P. M. LATE SHOW For The ADULTS "Nature Girls" 10P. M. ONE SHOWING Of Eeaeh Feature Only Members of the congregation of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Friday evening in the school lunchroom to enjoy a delicious and bountiful covered dish sup- per, followed by a congregational meeting preceding the every member canvass. More than thir- ty were present to enjoy a very l~leasant evening. Miss Julia Downer of Wash- ington, D. C spent several days this week visiting at "Flagstop," the home of Mrs. J. C. Breckin- ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Larson and sons, Gary and Glen, of Ma- nassas, Va were visitors on Sat- urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Linda. Also visiting at the Light home on Sunday were ~Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley and daughters, Peggy and Millie, of Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harcle- rode of Hagerstown, Md spent the past weekend visiting the lat- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex- ander Dunlop, at '~rhe Spruces." Miss Barbara Shull of Arling- ton, Va was a visitor over the weekend at the home of her moth- er, Mrs. Thomas Shull and family. Also visiting Mrs. Shull on Sun- day were her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and children, Scotty and Terry, of Berryvflle, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. Opens Ceramics Studio Mrs. Robert Light has opened a ceramics studio, for the conve- nience of those in the community who are interested in this type of work, in the basement of her home. Known as the "'Eugenic Studio," is was opened for the first time on Wednesday after- noon of last week. Miss Wallis Anne Snyder re- turned to Shepherd College on Sunday afternoon after spending the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder at "West Shenstone." Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pannell, their niece and nephew, Beth and Tommy Tate, all of Portsmouth Va and their niece, Audrey, Mi- chelle Hinton, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hinton of Remington, Va were visitors over the past weekend at the home of Mrs. Pannell's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton. The Misses Kate and Eleanor Billet moved on Wednesday of last week into the newly complet- ed bungalow erected for the lat- ter on the lot adjacent their for- mer home. OnSaturday they will hold a public sale of the many items which could not be moved into the smaller home. The house No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. Martinsburg Granite Works 109 West John St. Martinsburg, W. Va. Telephone - 267-6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner from which they moved was pur- chased recently by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton. The Misses Lucy anad Alice Farnsworth of Washington, D.C spent several :days last week vis- iting at the h~me of their sister and brother, Miss Edna and Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr and 'sons, Greg and Rick, of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday at the home of thte former's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Mr. and Mrs. George Crim, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim and Mrs. Clifford Rowland were guests of their cousins, Colonel and Mrs. E. F. Doane of Charle~ Town, on Wednesday evening of last week when the latter celebrated her na- tal anniversary with a dinner party at the Battletown Inn in Berryville, Va. Hospital Patient Miss Kate Biller is a patient in the Charles Town General Hospi- tal, having been admitted there on Monday of last week for ob- servation and treatment. Mrs. Harry C. Frazier of "Monte View" spent Tuesday of last week visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Clayton F. Stagner, and family at their home in Charles Town. Mrs. Georgia Pearl On this beautiful Autumn morning we should all get down on our knees in thankfulness to God for just allowing us to live. How can we complain of anything with our loved ones around us and all nature's glory. Birthday Party Little Susan Nina West cele- brated her sixth birthday Nov. 11 with a party given for her by her mother. Even though she is just a little girl she was made very happy over this birthday. A dainty luncheon was served for her and she received a number of nice little gifts. And for myself, little Nina, I want to add also hap- py birthday and may you enjoy many more. Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Miss Nina Beavers and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, also of Boyce, Va were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT - ~oHh:"7~::%:~:::'m~v.MBER l"t:~i6a6n Church on Nov.~'~ lowing the fellowship .h~ Reverend George Hunter l~: duct a Thanksgiving serv~ BE WL-~ ---- A---~VERT~" * Very glad to know that our dear friend and neighbor, Mrs. Sarah Garrett, who suffers from arthritis is able to have a few days visit with aer daughter, Mrs. Pauline Alger, of Ranson. Mrs. Edith Garre~t, Mrs. Mar- garet Hostler and Mr. and Mrs. Everette Miller ,of New Market, Va were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and family were visitors Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Longerbeam, of Charles Town. Mrs. George Talton and daugh- ter and Mrs. Georgia Piper were ~ visitors Wednesday of Mrs. Sarah Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mercer and daughter, Carol, of Charles Town, and Mr. Gerald Randalls, of Sandy Hook, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family and Mrs. Clayton Talton and son, Albert, of Hamilton, Va attended the Veterans Day pa- rade in Brunswick, Md Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston, II, attended the Catoctin Associa- tion Consistorial banquet at : Boonsboro, Md on Thursday eve- ning. Dr. Raymond Wilhelm, of Fred- erick, Md will be guest minister ;at Grace Church Sunday, Nov. 120, at 9:30 a.m. There will be a covered dish supper at 6 o'clock at the Presby- $3.00 Per Week SUPERTAHE GAS CORPORATI0 EAST WASHINGTON DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. 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