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December 14, 1967

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mm, .1. i The BANK OF CHARLES TOWN ... IS SANTA’S LITTLE HELPER We Have Money To lend For All Those Important Gifts V NEW CAR - APPLIANCES l. .n-.. -- _—---A«. FURNITURE CLOTHING 3‘5 535 . 3 . {g {Banking ls fll rPleasure l‘i gag At The New 53% ‘ :ef BANK OF CHARLES TOW . . .3: I i miller With Trust Department . A C 't C I t S' 1871 '33! I“ i o ommum y orners one nice , : ¥¥ 2! And don’t forget the season's top TV treat as r g ' 2 HOW rue GPINGH z‘ i ’ : : ‘5 ., STOLB unneruas. @ OUR FULLSERVICE BANK IS ONE OI THE SPONSORS! 3; Sunday, Decemer W .a sunmr > Mrs. Stuart Crim Christmas Pageant The Christmas pageant. pre- sented annually by the Sunday School of the Memorial Methodist Church will be held at 7:30 o’clock Smart home decorating con. be so easy with SatinTone Latex Wall Paint. It’s latex-easy to give you a lovely, velvety- flat finish that dries in less than an hour without paint odor. Water thinned for quick, easy clean up. Flows on like a dream .. . . smoothly, effortlessly. And how wonderful it is to 'be able to redecorate drab walls so inexpensively. With Satin’l‘one, you may choose from hundreds ofrthe latest colors . . . all at the price of white! VALLEY HARDWARE CO. Phone 725-5113 Qua-v --l-l_. .. -— -- -- -- .. .. -- -- -— -- - if 13> on Sunday evening, Dec. 17, and the public is cordially invited to attend. The pageant, which is en- titled “Holy Is His Name” will be in seven scenes ctm‘c‘ludiing with a candlelight service. The pa- geant will be presented by the older classes of the Sunday School while the Beginners and Primary classes will present their own programs of songs and reel- tations, F...— Charles Town, W. Va. . tering a vote of fifty-eight “for” ‘ home on‘Friday from the Win- ch‘ester Memorial Hespital where : she had been a medical patient . for about five weeks. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were : among the guests entertained by. , Mr. , when the Rippon Five Hundred . Club met with them at their home :1 Miss Hester Rowland of Win- chester, Va., was a vvisitor on Wednesday of last week at Mthe rs. Clifford Rowland and the latter’s 1; mother, Mrs. Bonn W. Crim. Also homeof her Isister-in-law, visiting Rowland on Sunday were. her niece, Miss Phyllis Row— land and her fiance, Mr. Jerry Turner, both of whom are from Winchester, Va., but are attend— '1 ing college in Richmond, Va. Mrs. Richard Pierce was a din— ner guests on Sunday at the home of her parents-in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. Hill, W. Va. Little Mark Rudolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph, is a pa- tient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital Hospital, having been ad— mitted there on Tuesday of last week suffering from a severe can of croup and other complications Mr, and Mrs. Donald Nobregz‘ of Chester, W. Va., arrived her: on Saturday to spend several days visiting with the latter’s parents, Mr, and Mrs. Allen Glassford and with her small son, Dante Mills. her small daughter, Michelle, of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jen— kins. Although the turn-out of voters for the‘special election on Tues- day of last week was small, those casting their vote were over, whelmingly in favor of thte con- _. tinuence of the school 16W. regis- and four “again-st.” Mrs. John Jenkins returned and Mrs. Hayward Boyd in Rippen on Saturday evening. Miss Beverly Shanholtzer of Charles Town was, a visitor over the past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Rudolph and Webb's Pawn Shop Jewelry Store FULL LINE OF TURF SUPPLIES their sons, Mark and Paul. To Present Pageant The Sunday School of the Bapy . list Church will present its an» nual pageant at 7:30 o’clock on ‘; Saturday evening, Dec. 23. The .. pageant, which is under the di~ I‘- Marvin Pierce in Bunker '5 Mrs. Howard Shewbridge and rection of Mrs. Richard Pierce, is entitled “The Story of Light" and is a candlelight service. The public is cordially invited to at- tend thls presentation. Mr. and Mrs, Orville DeHaven and children, Gail and Ronnie, visited on Saturday evening with tthe farmer’s mother, Mrs. Brent DeHaven and brother, er. Grai- chen DeHaven, at their home near Winchester, Va. Mrs, Robert Burch and young daughter, Robin, spent Tuesday of last week in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Webb of ’Takoma Park, Md., spent Satur— , day visiting the latter’s parents, “Ir. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins. Upon their return home they vere accompanied by their small :on, Parker, who had spent the not week visitiing with his aunt ind uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and family. Also visit- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lanham of Boyce, Va. Services at the Baptist Church were conducted on Sunday morn- ing by Mr. Jerry Turner of Win- Chester, Va., who is at present a student in Richmond, Va., and ex- ‘TeCtS to enter {the Seminary in the Tall. Services on Sunday morn- ing, Dec. 17, will be conducted by Chaplain Fred Duckett of the Newton D, Baker VA Center near Martinsbur-g. Mrs. George Crim spent Satur~ day visiting at the home of her ‘on and daughter-in—law, Mr. and ‘lrs. Richard B. Crim and sons, ’. B. and Bonn, near Darkesville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry nd sons, Billy and Bobby, visit- ‘d recently with the latter’s par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler, it their home in Inwood. The spaghetti supper held at the school on Thursday evening by Boy Scout Troop 95 was very well attended and made possible the purchaase of additional equip~ rneent needed by the troop. Prep- aration of the supper was under the direction of Mrs. Charles 'leavre. Receive 4-H Pins At the Achievement Day party ield recently at the Community Center near Bardane honoring those 44H members who had suc- cessfully completed the past year’s project and their parents, several members of the Summit Point Busy Bees were presented With pins for outstanding achieve- ment in various project areas. tharon Smallwood was awarded pins in Conservation of Natural CHRISTMAS 8: WEBB'S FAWN 8: Phone 725-2214 — ---NOW AT 0UR--- MUST MOVE BY JANUARY 1st WITH A LARGE STOCK or FINE CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE WE HAVE CUT OUR PRICES YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE Pony Saddles Bridles TRU-SO DIAMOND RING SETS (Id-K GOLD) V Now -0nly$21.50 Up GRUEN WATCHES (Men’s & Ladies’) Only $19.95 Up Also Bulova, Hamilton, Benrus and Others PROFESSIONAL 3-PIECE DRUM SET $99.59 * JUNIOR 4-PIECE DRUM SET $79.50 GUITARS~+$16.95 & UP ELECTRIC GUITARS—$24.50 & UP AMPLIFIERS $24.50 a UP Use Our Convenient Lay-A~Way Plan STORE nouns DAILY: 9 A.M. TO 9?. M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS TODAY .....AT..... Resources and Achievement; Rus- ty Heare Health, Public Speak- ing and Conservation of Natural Resources; Karl DeHaven in Au- tomovite, Beth Snyder in Health and John Crane in Photography. people in winning awards for their exceptional work in these various fields of activity ‘ :§m«~2§mfiw Fifi”. ;- -:. 1. ;.- rown Mrs. Bernard Ott \. Cy 95 -. a. v . Little Miss Karen Muse of Hall- town spent Monday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mr. Jeffrey Anders and broth~ ers, Scotty and Timothy, of Charles Town, were Tuesday visi- tors of their grandfather, Mr. Bernard Ott. Mrs. Aiton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy, and Kenny, were recent visitors with Mrs. Helen Bowers and son, Stephen of Charles Town. Master Gregory Watson of Hall- town, spent Tuesday with his Grandparents, Mr. anod Mrs. George Zombro, of Shepherds- town. Mrs. Wallace Ott of Halltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Wil- liams, Sr., of Benson, spent Wed- nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Williams, Jr., and daughters, Kelly and Tairyc of Frederick, Md. Mrs. Ott is a sister of Mr. Williams. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cotta and daughter, Michelle, of Benson, spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Aiton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy and Kenny. . Mrs. Marshall McA'boy is spend- ing the weekend with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and children, .Karla Kaye and Henry in McLean, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cotta and daughter, Michele of Ransom. were Saturday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Aiton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy, and Kenny. Miss Sharon Ott, of Halltown, spent Saturday with her grand-' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Williams, Sr., of Ransom along with her grandparents visited in MartinSburg. . Mr. Lee Friend of Riverdale, Md, and Mr. Steiner Michelson, of Rookville, Md., were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and are 0 --¢-- .- -— out-i- -. -- MOVING SALE JEWELRY STORE Charles Town, W. Va. Congratulations to these younng Edwin Clevenger Hap- to: to” new in #32 .___—__.__.~__._____ -__.. Mrs. David Penwell, Sr., and chil- dren, Judy, Jeanne, Linda, Terry and David, Jr. Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner was given on Sunday at the home of Mr. and town in honor of Mrs. Alec Cos- tello, their daughter, Those at- tending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Alec CoStello and daughter, Mary Lane, Mrs. Myrna Bowers andson Bruce, Mr. Sidney Clev- enger of Hagerstown, Md, and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger. Mr, and Mrs. Aiton Muse and children, Karen, Timmy, and Ken- ny, spent Sunday afternoon in Leesburg, Va., visiting Mr, Muse’s mother, Mrs. Gentry Muse. Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Mo- ler of Charles Town, visited Mrs. Moler’s brother-in—law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, David Penwell, Sr., and children, Judy, Jeanne, Lin- da, Terry, and David, Jr. nos.- \:::.=s~. .3: Furr 9 '\‘;'§g.‘- \~ Mrs. Mary B, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson of Her- pers Ferry have taken over Mrs. C. C. Henshaw’s house while she is away for the winter. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus has been suffering from an infected arm. Mr. and Mrs. Grim have moved from the Marion Blue house .to a «as ‘ ilk" "fifi'fi' 'n' o. - _-l--.-- -- I 00 on -- --l--“.-.-_.-- I.“ it or ’ o a. - -- -- ---.-.--.-.. -- -- -- a- -- -- - --a- Enoe' Name . Address .. City 0 Address or the form below and mail, or bring it to . . _ and your shopping Is done. With each gilt subscription SPIRIT or JEFFERSON Fume Anya s1: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, house between Middleway and In wood. Misses Kathy and Tracey Blue were overnight guests Saturday of Mrs. J. S. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn were supper guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Jr. Little Vick Dunn went home with the Ma); Dunns and spent Saturday night. Mrs, Bertha Albert and Miss Mary Albert have moved into the -Marion Blues house in Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. Mai-lop Blue at- tended the Christmas dirmer Sat- urday evening given by the com- pany at Silver Hill, Md. The Methodist Sunday School of Leetown is having its program Sunday morning, Dec. 24, at 10 o’clock instead of the regular preaching hour. Shepherdstown Firemen Report Turkey Winners; Express Appreciation Winners of the turkeys given away by the Shepherdstown Vol- unteer Fire Department were an- nouncod today as follows: Mrs Henry Maddex, Mr. Kelly Eekle, Route 1, Boonsboro, Md; Irvin E. Batt, Martinsburg; Bud Good- rich, Shephendstown; Ted Weller 33‘EEE’E‘E’E‘E‘EE‘EEEQEEEEEEEEEEEEE‘E‘EE‘E 1i PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS NOTE If you are already a subscriber we will continue your present-subscribtion its date of expiration. 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