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December 14, 1967

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srmrr. RsoN DECEMBER 14, 1967 6--C Miss Margaret Houser Sp/4 Larry E. Totley, son of Mr, and Mrs. ttunter Tolley, has returned home after serving his lime in the armed forces, tie has been in Munich, Germany, for 18 months. Surprise Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Tolley had a sur. prise birthday party for their son and Wayne Jamison, Mrs. Tol- ley's ,brother. Those attending were Mr. anud Mrs. Lewis Lloyd and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mill- er and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jamison and son, Mr, and Mrs. Granville Jamison and daughter, Mrs. Ray Jamison and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jamison and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jamison and son, Mr. and Mrs. Raraly Furr and children, Mr. and Mzs. Alvin Manu~l and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Parker, They received some nice gifts and everyone had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Eston Campbell and daughter of Front Royal, Va Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffmaster of Frederick, Md ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DeHaven and daugl~ter of ttedgesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of Scrabble were Sunday evening, Dec. 3, guests of ~rs. F. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Mrs F. A. Hill who :had been a patient in Kings Daughters ttos- pital returned home on Saturday, Dec. 2. Ray. Charles E. Brand, t, D.D 74, of Romney, died at his home Nov, 25. A minister for 42 years before retirement he was a vet- eran of World War I when he first returned home from the Army. He was pastor on the She- Junction charge, tie is his wife, a daughter, ~. Donald W. Welsh,m, and Charles E. Brandt, Jr. and ~Mrs. Norman Cla- of Springfield, Va and E. Lee Cross of Martinsburg, Thursday evening guests of and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. Virginia Knott spent in Vanelesville visiting and daughter, Mr. ~tlld Mrs. Joe Setbert and daugh- tars. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes and h~Iiss Edith Geary of Charles Town were Sunday guests of Mrs. Margaret Daugherty. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and children of Kno~wille were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. /~lnie Loudan Mrs. Margaret Daughe~ty mo- tored to Samples Manor on Sat- urday and visited Mr. Alfred Haines and family and helped wi~h the butchering. Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert Hill and daughters of Winchester. Mr. and ?drs. Eston Caml~bell and daugh- ter of Front Royaq, Va were Sun- day guests of Mr. F. A. Hill and Mr. aund Mrs. C. J. Hill Mrs. James Caniford of Har- .pers Ferry and Mrs William Ho~pgh, Jr motored to Four Corners on Monday. Kathy Se~bert of Vanclesvflle. visited her grandparents, ,Mrs. Virginia Knott and Mrs. Florence Runion on Thursday night and Friday. NORMAN KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, n |ATIONWIDE ~ MUTUAl. INSURANCE COMPANY | .~.--~.~. 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