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lrelatiVe tsh for him the be t. land two son,Willia,J'r and Mrs. Iark Furr, Mrs. MaryI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEWS ADVOCA iT~t~ n~ r~rT~r~qp ,rn arT. r~r IMiss Margaret Ware, Charles t Timothy Scott, of Gaithersburg,I I I~PqPhlllkl Bruce Furr and M,ss ,ludy Furr~ qpt[r-D~r~Av xrn~rL~,t~r~lTD iv la~ Ii / Town, who was admitted last l were weekend guests at the honle I IPI=/II N were in Winchester, Va,Saturday i ~, : . P WII )1 ! ThlIBkl t h| Jkdl kll,Tuesday to the Winchester Memo- of the latter's parents, Mr. and [ M imm 1, "" morning shopping, l 17 ~.~1 )[1 |~J~ t,~J| ~L ~1 [rim lIospital, is slowly respond-[ Mrs. Elwood Breeden and Sunday I RE. MARY B. FUR R Mr,: Clyde (;rubbs relurned' san League and Miss t~ai Huyeti t Wednesday afternoon of+ / ing to treatment guests at the Breeden home were ~ +,~,+~,~ +:~ +~,~,~ ~,~,+,~,+ +,~ ~ :-~- home from the King's Daughter's spent Saturday night with Miss ! Mary Bruce Ft~rr. :~,-+,r~,~.+ ~;~+,:,~,~-.++ ~++ ,~*+ ',v~- v,- ttospital Sun4ay afternoon. I Judy Furr I ATTEND By Mrs. Marianna Smallwo l -- Phone 725-5707 I, Mr. and Mrs. James Grey, of Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and [ . mrs mary t~ruce r urr wmte~ /near Stanley, Va spent several son David, Jr of Shenandoah|. . ~ - . Miss Winfiie Childs. Miss Su-I Mrs. George Tabb was a caller[ ?,*~ ~g.+ "~+~,~:++~ ~2 :~ +~.:"?;~':+f~ + ~MC+;:::~l~,~'-~lg*,;:::~l~::~q~:.:7~:::+: [days with his brother-in-law and Junclinn anad Mr~ Ms)Iv bIilliard I ner oromer, Mr. ulyae t~rttoos, + . . sister, Mr and Mrs Milton Pop- * Mr Ehner Dfitow and family Stiles moved Friday to Frederick, [ kilns ~,llSS'/'+'-'"-"S'SLucme"':"'bm~m,'["~"'otU"S"~.errY-t/Martinsburg,in King+s Daughter'sThursday afternoon.H spital' moved Thursday from Dry Bridge Md where he will be employed S n Fox Hunt vine, va was a ~unaay alnner 's ~ er'"ined guest at !he home of ,~tlSs.Wel-|with a shower Friday night for Farm where he has resided for a by the Soil Conservation Service. 1~ sor - MI " le Stiles "' . / M,:s ouuy ru, t-st ta 1 CHARLES TOWN . ~ r ana "s. ~tan y .- 1era bm~tn ana ~wlss Enzaoetn ~Vl./Miss Patti Smith "i'here were number of years to thew proper- Comcldentally his employer Js s-onsor-d ~ fox hunt Sunda,Smith" " at ' Silver Springs. " . . , ty in Ransou tte plans to con- Charles Ware who resided as a ~" " "" " " " "~ M about twenty-five m attendance. " " . . 7, morning wnen approximately st- rs Charms Adams and two . 1 " " ] Sorry to note Mr. Mfl ard Ed- t!nue farming. Mr. and Mrs. ooy on wooatana rarm, ty persons including children cmiaren, CnucKm ana ~viartna,~ ward i " +-- wel' at +his writ t~arl Fellers. wno were recently Attend Banqquet gathered at Woodland Farm for and Bare Hadley spent Friday at/s s SOL ~,~ . - married, will move into the house vacated by Dtllow. Mr. Winstead Burdette and family who have resided since spring in the~, Woodland Farm remdence owned :by Mr. Stanley OVERWEIGHT Those members of the Kable- the sport. Eighteen participants Toyland, Batty Crossroads, and ing. town Home Demonstration Club with fifteen hounds chased three also Landmark in Shopping Cen- Mrs. Mary Bruce Funrr spent who attended the annual Achieve- foxes. After the chase a brunch ter in Alexandria. from Thursday until Sunday in Charles Town with Mr. and Mrs. ment banquet of the Jefferson was served on the lawn. Mr. Mrs. Max Christian, of Atlantic Clark Furr. County Home Demonstration Dickerson Hoover of The Rocks City, N. J Mrs. Robert Randolph Mr. Stanley Rodgers and Mrs. Clubs recently held at the Corn- was on hand with his movie cam- Smith, Jr and Mrs. Robert Ran- Arthur Harrell, of Washington, munity Center near Bardane era making some good shots. The dolph Smith, III, spent Wednes- D.C spent Friday with their were Mesdames Oral B. Hughes, weather was ideal for the occa. day in Hagerstown. They were sister Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger in John S. Rissler, Howard N. Clen- sion. Many taking part were among the Art Club members Charles Town. dening, George Cole, C D. Boyer, from Maryland transporting the ' who attended the Art Museum Mrs. Viola Chapman returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams home Wednesday from her sis- and two children, Martha and ter's, Mrs. Evelyn Goodson, after Chuckle, were Sunday dinner spending a week. DON'T BE F A T st Robert McGarry, James Dai- horses and dogs by trucks andI Now available without a doctor's ore- ley, Richard Dailey, Harry Hen- trailers. ~,'ri~tio~ our pr~Jtluct i:alied SLIMODEK S1A.MO[)EX i~ a 'l'ab~let. easily swallowed derson, Calvin C. Itenshaw, John Mrs. Bessie Newman received, tlmt will help control your aopetite, help Milton, and William Walker. word Sunday of the death of her Goode Brothers, Inc. -- 220 N. Samuel Street you stt~O ()vereatmg. Your weight murat ,t)mo dowo bt~*auso "as your doctor will tell you when you ~at Jv.~ yot~r weit~ht v~ h-~s. You mo~t ~et rid of that excess fat or your money frock SLIMOD~]X Tracey Owens, of Alexandria, co~t~ $3.00 and i:~ sold with this GUAR- AN'FEE: You must be '.aatisfied with I were visitors Thursday of the for- results or get your full money back. ! mer's sister, Mrs. Clarence Small- Sold at: MOFFETT'S FHARMACY wood. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. MAIL ORDERS FILLED Suffers Back Injury Oct. 20-et.pd. Howard O. Bush, employee of - ----- -- - -- - " - -- the State Roads Commission, suf- ,fered a back injury Saturday LET OUR morning as a result of falling down a fli+ght of concrete+ steps "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOS AUTOMATIO DELIVERIE| OF" KABLE OIL CO INC. DISTRIBUTOR while carrying hods of coal. He was off work for several days. On Tuesday night he began his job as night watchman at the State shed, Charles Town. Several years ago he suffered a broken back as a result af a farm acci- dent. Mrs. Grady Owens of Summit daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mattie Eliz- Point and her granddaughter, abeth Beer3/ Newman, of Berry- Ville, Va. The deceased, who had been fll for some time due to leu- kemia, died on Sunday, Oct. 13, at 9 o clock in the Winchester Me- morial Hospital having been ad- mitted several hours earlier. Serv. ices will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock in the Lewisville Church with gradeside service in the Myerstown Cemetery. The de- ceased is survived by her hus- A Thanksgiving Serv- special ice will be held in the Methodist Church in Summit Point and in the Episcopal Church at Middle- way on Thanksgiving Day at 10:30 a,m. The Rev. Mr. William Brock will preside at the Middleway service and the Rev. Mr. Lynn Buttorff will preside at the Sum- mit Point service. If you would like to give thanks to God on Thanksgiving Day, attend the service nearest you. Early morning service will be held Sunday, Nov. 20 at 8:30 by Rev. Lynn Buttorff, P.C. Mrs. Richard Snyder, Charles Town, gives us this report .con- cerning her brother, Logan Ware, Cincinnati. Ohio, who submitted to brain surgery recently. He is now allowed to sit up fifteen min- utes following meals; understands what is being said to him, but to date cannot carry on conversation. He is still submitting to a series of checks. His many friends and the versatile, new New heating comfort SUPER FLOOR HEAT OUTLETS for homes, restaurant,offioes, sholm, tmywher01 Wall furnace comfort emily mtadl tion. Stand it flush to wall or it. Paar heat out front can be piped to room side or back. New season selactor Operates on low fire on mild day& Mgh .tim in cold weather, automatio Imat g on less fuel/ New trim styling Always looks built.ir Vent cover hider the floe. Finished in tone cordovan and beige on display now at (Formerly H. W. WAGELEY, INC.) Dial 725.7087 Charles Town, W. Va Offices on East Washington Street .--Warehouse on Fairfax Blvd.--- band, eGorge Newman, and four daughters. Mr. Newton Thompson has been indisposed at his home for several days. Karl Kohout, who resided last year with the B. Frank Hill fam- ily, Valley View Farm, has writ- ten them from Viet Nam where he is stationed about twenty miles from the fighting area but to date has not seen any action. I +Mrs. Thomas Wolford and son, Stuart, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Homer Kees, Ger- rardstown, who continues to be confined to her home due to an infected toe. Mrs. Kees who is blind is a diabetic. Larry Rouss has purchased a 1958 Chevrolet. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough, their two sons, all of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel +Cltpp and two children, of Ber- ryville, Va Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp. Mrs. Austin Nlcodemus Patients In Hospital Mrs. David Nicodemus entered the Winchester Memorial Hospi- tal on Friday for observation and treatment. Mrs. Julian Breeden is a pa- tient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital. Entered on Thurs- day, on Friday she underwent surgery. She is getting along fine and is expected to be home , soon. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo en- tertained Saturday evening at their home in honor of their son ! Marvin Cer~valo and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd, of Middleway, Mr. Bassett Cerevalo, Mr. Clarence Rogers, ;f Martinsburg, Mrs. Marvin Cera- vale, Mrs. Lowell Eusey. , Mrs. Max Christian, of Atlantic City N. J and her sister, Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr me- tored to Radford to visit their sis- ter, Mrs. Gale Farmer and then motored to Kimbalton, Va to spend a week visiting their brother and sister.in-law, Mr. and ,Mrs. George W. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel CAll YOU AFFORD TO LOSE? How many burglaries and hold-upe have you read about this week? Isn't it time to increase your insurance? The only adequate protection for money, je@elry and valu- able property is insurance. If you don't have enough, esll tm today, PHONE 725-2211 II guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and family, of Frederick. Md and on Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Adams and children and Mr. and Mrs. Magaha and children spent the afternoon hiking and sightseeing the Cunningham Falls and view- ing Unica Covered Bridge and vis- ited the Chapel on the Hill, a very beautiful old church. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo en- tertained Saturday evening at their home in honor of their son, Marvin Ceravalo, and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo's birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Hunter Lloyd, of Mid- dleway, Mr. Basil Ceravalo, Mr. Clarence Rogers, of Martinsburg, Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo, Mrs. Low- ell Eusey. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were accompanied by Mr. Clar- ence Rogers and Mr. Basil Cera- vale to Martinsburg on Sunday where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Triggs, of Mar- tinsburg, for dinner Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Tumblin and son, Elwood, Jr spent Sun- day on a sightsdeing trip in Balti- more. ATTEND CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr went to Morgantown Saturday evening returning home on Sunday. TIME LIMIT REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE! VALLEY HARDWARE CO. 121 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-5113 !!! !ii:~:}%ii!!!?! ?:iii::! ii:i !i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ALWAYS FIRST G.UALITY reversibles pile-lined styles line rushers new curled pile hooded styles corduroys reg. 19.911 Shaggy pile parka is cotton-backed ocrylic-modacr 1ic with warm nylon quilt lining. S, M, t. Thick-and-thin cot- ton corduroy with bulky cotton knit 'bib' and sleeve trim 8 to 18. our Find suburban short- coats, kooky fun-fur pile jackets, sporty western looks! All showing off ~op-notch Penney tailoring in fa- vorite fabrics many with pile linings! ~!:~ i;:: 1 t~ Pea:jacket iscotton- backed acrylic- modacrylic pile lined with quilted acetate. 8 to 18. Don't Put It Off Till Too Late For Christmas GET YOUR OWN PERSONAL PENNEY CHARGE CARD COME IN TODAY AND FILL OUT A SIMPLE APPLICATION A PENNEY CHARGE CARD IS GOOD IN NEARLY 1700 J. C. PENNEY STORES IN'1700 CITIES & TOWNS PENNEYS STORE HOURS -- MON.-TUES.-WED.-THURS. 9 TO 5 FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9 TO 9 i