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1 , i, ,,, ~ , ,, ~ i , Ill ,,,,,,, ....... ...... - - , ..... Mrs. Julia Via, SAREE OO1 IR , TI Z, Z I Icy, 148; and Evelyn Grant !45. ' ' ~r~i~e" ~ r~ T I i .. ' " Mrs Shirley of Charles Town S...A..~It~N q JI~ t,...~ .... .... .... BATTLE Ft ~ Jt/~ i I ul,4. I k~A~itleAn spent the day'Monday with Mrs. WXVA "'A"~'~'V~'~ LE"~UEIP~lfl~;I ~ItI~,#II t I~arry Ashby and mother Mrs. i - ~v,.~.~wv! ~ ~'-~ t .... ,-- ' /Margaret Williams. Mrs. Williams "!cam W. L.I Fi |ed I [_d It[ [has been clown sick in bed all iBarefooters 34 14]w'~,~ ~*~ ~'~"~.~'-"" ]week. We all wi~h her a speedy '. Tune Toppers 30 18 [ H ~^~ ~nn 1 recovery " Melody Lanes ' 26 221 J~l.I~'I~n ~'i~I# ~UO 1 Mr. an~l Mrs. Francis Smallwood Sporters 26 22 ~ ' [ and family of Ranson were Mon- : Buck Boards 24~4 23~ I Michael D. Morrison, teacher of Iday eve callers with their grand Matinees 24~ ~ 23~Ibcmerican history at Charles mother. Mrs. Maude Smallwood Reporters 23~ 1Town High School, was elected!and family, ' Timekeepers 20 SSI president of the Jefferson County I Mrs Alvin Ennis, Jr, and three Turntables 16 321 Republican 'Club at a meeting I of h~/.' ~,,nd~- ~oh.m ~a~ - ,No Transmitters 15 ~I last Thursday at the Funkhouser t Seven'tl~'gra~e~n/~'~.~e'~i~n~pi:s~- The ~arefooters and the TuneI Building in Ranson. cooal Church nresented me on Toppers con~ued their battle l Other officers chosen were J. ~Sunday evenlng with the Advent since returning from the Hospital I Mrs. Billy Viands spent Satur-I..~ day aftern~ with friends in t ~: Hagerst0wn, 'Md. Nancy Viands spent Saturday afternoon with ~. Mrs. John Penffington and family [ I" in Town. I ..~It Mr, and Mrs. William Wood-~i: ward and children of Bakerton ]~ spent Satm'day evening with the former parents, Mr. and Mrs./~" tlarry Ashby and family. [:~F Mr. Irvin Hodges of John's Rest / ~: . urant spent Saturday with Mr./.~ Lester Viands and family in Rom- ] ney and along with Lester went/l" deer hu'nting, but i hear they had Instead of having big bills after Christ mas, get a big check before Chrit no luck. /~: Visitors during the Week with[.~ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were and do all youI gifts shopping the carefI ee way. Join our 1 35 Christmas C ul Mr, dnd Mrs. Perry Bush of Alex- [ U Va. Mr. and Mrs. ~lohn and family of Charles JUSt decide how much money you want. to have next December... save a , > :: : : , ] I 'dropping all the way down ~fifth place by losing. In Tuesday's action Dot ~own rolled high single game of 201, "with Shirley Taylor having sec- ond high game of 187 and Dottle Crowley third with a 181. ,lane Stone rollgd the high set ~ore of 513, with, Dot Brown sec- ond with 484 and Shirley Taylor third with 467. The Matinees had high team game score of 660 and high team set score of 1787. The five high averages are held by Jane Stone 152; B ! ~i !!~: ~i~i ~ ~i! :!~ ~ :~ ~ ! !~!!;il i~ : i >,~ ~' ~ ~ ~: i~ ~i~ !!. ~i~ ~i! near future to name committees and plan a program for the Janu- ary meeting. In accepting the office, Morri- son pledged that Jefferson Cou- nty will have an active Republi- can Club and one that meets the needs of all ti~b people. He fur- ther promised to put forth every effort to assure a realistic organi- zation needed in practical politics and in so doing to strive for a party which has the idealist's dream of providing a better life for the people who serve it. k~It~Oiy ~ililltl~% OI Jl~IJilllley~Vlllg ~were Wednesday evening callers with Gregory's grandmother end Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and two children of Engle and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and fam- ily of Leetown were Wednesday evening callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and family at the Bloomery. Very sorry to hear Mrs. Laura pkins is returning to the Ged- eral Hospital tonight for another operation. We all wish her the best of luck and that she can soon return to her home to her daugh- night callers were Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan of Inwood, W. Va. Friday night callers were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and dau- ghter Tammie of Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and family~of.Millville spent the day Sunday with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tomblin and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan of Inwood were Saturday evening callers with their nephew and neice, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood ward and family at the' Bloomery c n. waitI ..... =:: ................. i ntil the 10th to addI our acotmt, and I , I I 'Pi I 'IZ"I:T 1:1 ;/'TlflMIYo.', l' tr "*" I.ot ,o i