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ii i -- THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961 tin~. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Keen. I Mr. and Mrs. Page tIinton had as their guests on New Year's LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND SU By Mrs. Stuart Crim Entertain At Canasta Mr and Mrs. Lawrence DeHaven entertained a group of friends and relatives at a Canasta party held at their home on Saturday evening. Four tables of players enjoyed a very pleasant evening and at the close of play delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Linden DetIaven of Clearbrook, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wil- son Rowland and daughter Phyllis of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Beydler and son Tony of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Light and children, Bobby and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sny- der and daughter Wallis Anne and Mary Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Orv- ille Detiaven and children, Ron- nie and Gall and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins and son David, all of Summit Point. Celebrates Birthday with Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davey entertained members of the ta~ ter's family at a turkey dinz:~ held at their home on Monday last week and at the same~tim honored their daughter Kay ol her sixteenth birthday. Those pre sent for the occassion were Mr. and Mrs. Levi Seekford and sons, David and Joseph of Front Royal. Va., Mrs. Garnet Thomson and son Paul of Christ Church, Va.. Mrs. Bertha Tumblin, Messers. Charles and Ray Tumblin, all of White Post, Va., Mr. William Turn Day the latter's brother and sister Mrs. Margaret Lemaster and Mr. iVlarshall Ware,, of Charles Town. The Reverend and Mrs. Arthur Kerr and their family had visiting wilh them over the New Year's weekend at the Episcopal Rec- tory, the latter's parents, the Rev. erend and Mrs. Horatio Chase of Marlton, N. J. Mr. Richard Crim has returned to Chillieothe, Ohio, after spend- ing the New Year's holiday's visi- ting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Crim. Misses Lucy and Alice Farns- worth of Washington, D. C. visit- ed during the holiday season at blin of Bluemont, Va., Mrs. Gert- rude Thompson of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins and daughter Mary of Millwood, Va., Mrs. Hester Pierce, Miss Jo Pierce and little Miss Kim Davey. Visitors during the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder and their daughters were the former's sister-in-law, Mrs Charles W. Snyder and her son B~d of Baltimore, Md., the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis and sons Bob a~nd Mike of Falls Church, Va., Mrs. James H. Snyder and child- re~, Beth and Nicky and Mr. and Mrs. John Laylock and family. Spends Holidays with Parents Mr. William 0. Macoughtry III, who is associated with the RCA corporation on Antigua, in the Carribbean Sea, returned home on December 23rd to spend the holiday season visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William O. Macoughtry. Making the trip by plane, he arrived at Friendship Airport in Baltimore, Md., where he was met by his parents. Upon his return on Tuesday he boarded a plane at the National Airport in Wahington, D. C. Visitors on Monday of last week PON Phone 47-F-032 Mrs. William Longerbeam and family of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. William Leigh and son Gregory of Leesburg, Va., Miss ttilda Pay- ne of Btuemont, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Feight of Harpers Ferry, Mr. Shelhy Longerbeam of Wash- ington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and family of Summit Point. Miss Gussie Malone spent the holiday season visiting with her mother, Mrs. T. H. Malone at her home in Carson, Va. Mrs. George Glascock and her family had as their guests durin~ the holidays her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clagett Warfield and daughter Caroline of Laytonsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spencer and son David of Keyser, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Loring Keckley and son Dale of Inwood, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glaseock and daughter, Miss Betty Lee Glascock of Sum- mit Point. Farm Women's Club to Meet The Summit Point Farm Wo- men's Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening, Jan- uary 12th, in the school lunch room. The evening's lesson will be on "Yeast Breads" and will be presented by Mrs. G. W. Myers. It is hoped that the meeting will be well attended. Members are re- minded that the annual dues sho- uld be brought, or sent, to this meeting. Mr. Louis Athey has returned to Ashland, Va. to resume his studies at Randolph-Macon Col- lege,, after spending the Christmas holidays visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Athey. Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Cac- the home of their sister and bro- ther, Miss Edna and Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deck and sons of Winchester, Va. were re- cent visitors at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. J. A. Deck. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Fine Baby Boy Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nichols Dec. 29 in The Hagers- town tIospital a fine baby boy. He has been named David Russell III This is their third child and firs~ boy. Mrs. Harry Gageby and daugh- ter, Mrs. Mary Engle and Mrs. W. E. Gageby spent Wednesday in Baltimore with Mr. and Mrs. How ard Gageby. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Breeden and family in Ranson Sunday evening. Miss Beverly Bragg of Washing ton spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Bragg. Mrs. Harold Covert and three, daughters spent Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden of oughtry and their son had as Summit Point and Mrs. Ernest their dinner guests on New Breeden of Ranson were dinner Year's evening Mr. and Mrs. Law- !guests Sunday of Mr .and Mrs. rence Lloyd Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and f~jnily. Lawrence Lloyd, Jr. of Charles Miss Sandra Eye spent Wed- Town, Mrs Robert Macoughtry!nesday with her class mate Miss and Miss Shirley Macoughtry of Joyce Gageby. Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Molden and family of Washington, D. C. were visitors on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens. Miss Mary Ellen Shull spent several days last week visiting with her brother-in-law and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and their small son at their home in Berryville, Va. Mr. Gregg Gibson is a medical patient in The Charles Town Gen eral Hospital. We hope he will soon be able to return home. Lovely New Years Dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose had a lovely New Years dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Neale Am- brose and son and Mrs. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dunn had Clegg. Mr. Ambrose celebrated [ as their supper guests on New his 65th birthday and our grandt Years night Mr. and Mrs. W. J. daughter Darrene Gageby will] Furr, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn, celebrate her 18th one Jan. 4th. l Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman, :We wish them many more. It Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn and brought back fond memories to sons, Michael and Donnie, Mr. have our two children and their families all together and our cir- Randolph Furr and Stephen Shull all of Summit Point. Miss Georgianna Glascock and at the home of Mrs. Bonn W. her brother, Mr. William Glascock Crim were her son-in-law and dau spent Saturday in Washington, D. ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff C. going there to attend the wedd- of Charles Town and her grand- ing of Miss Lillian Lambert and son, M/Sgt. William Huff, his Mr. Olin Everett which was sol- wife and their five children of eminzed on Saturday afternoon in Rapid City, S. D. where Sgt. ttuff the Simpson Chapel of the Metho- is stationed at the Ellsworth Air dist Building in Washington. Miss Force Base. Lambert is the daughter of Mrs. Entertains at Family Dinner O.D. Lambert and the late Rev- Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Creamer of erend Lambert who was the pus- "Locust Grove" entertained about tor of the Jefferson Circuit a num twenty relatives at a dinner held ber of years ago, and a former at their home on Thursday after- resident of Summit Point. noon. Those in attendance were i Mr. and Mrs. Keith Monnington Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry and daughters, Tunis and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardesty, of Front Royal, Va. were visitors Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry Sr., Mrs. on Thursday evening at the home Amon Grantham, Mrs. James Gra- !of Mr. and Mrs Howard Fellers, ntham and sons, Mrs. White Gran- r Miss Sallie Poston and Mrl Skin- tham and family, Mrs. Margaret ner Poston. Kilmer, Miss Shirley Maeoughtry, 4-H Club Meeting The Reverend and Mrs. AuthurI The Busy Bees 4-H Club will Kerr, Mr. William O. Macoughtry, meet at the school at 7:30 o'clock III and Mr. Robert Shirley .on Monday evening, January 9th. Episcopal Churchwomen to Meet I Miss Nora Cheshire returned to The meeting of the Episcopal Hagerstown, Md. this week to re- Women of the Church of the Holy sume her studies at the 1lagers- Spirit which was postponed from town Business College after spend January 2nd, will be held at 7:30 ing the holiday season visiting o clock on Tuesday evening Jan- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. uary 9th, at the home of Mrs. Leroy Cheshire. Page Hinton. l Mr. Daniel Menear of Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr had Md. was a recent visitor at the visiting with them on New Years home of his brothe-in-law and Day the latter's brother-in-law sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glass- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ford. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were va.Pine and their family of Boyce, lamong the guests attending an Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light were "O en House held on Sunday p among the guests attending a afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey buffet supper and card party Lehman Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. which was held on New Year's Glen Ramsburg at the former's Eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. home in Charles Town. On Sun- Paul Chapman near Rippon. Eigh day evening Mr. and Mrs. Lighl teen guests were present to enjoy and their children, Bobby and a very delightful evening. Linda, were visitors at the home Miss Hester Rowland of Win-of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder chester, Va. was a" visitor during and their family. the holidays at the homes of her Mr. William McCorkle of Wheel sister-in-law, Mrs. Clifford Row- ing, W. Va. was a luncheon guest land and her niece and nephew, on Thursday at the home of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim, wh, and their family, also had visiting with them a Mrs. William Wilson of Charles "Monte View", over the weeken, Town was a visitor Thursday their granddaughter, little Mis afternoon at the home of Mrs. Libby Stagner of Charles Town. Robert Macoughtry and her dau-i Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fur ghter, Miss Shirley Macoughtry. spent New Year's Day visitin: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eugley and with the latter's parents, Mr. an( their family left on Monday of Mrs. Melvin Magaha at their last week to return to their home i home in Charles Town. in West Peabody, Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pennell Mrs. Eugley and her daughtersIof Portsmouth, Va. spent severa! have been visiting for some weeks days during the holidays visitin, at the home of her parents, Mr. at the home of the latter's paren~ and Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton. where they were joined by Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshir Eugley on Christmas Eve. Also land children, Deborah, Johnn: visiting at the Longerbeam home!and Patricia, spent Monday vis during the holidays were Mr. ap.d iting with the latter's parents, M1 Mrs. Graden Vann and their four;and Mrs. Norman Michael, a children of IIarrisonburg, Va., Mr. t their home in K~rby, W. Va. and Mrs. Andrew LongerbeamI Miss Nancy Keen returned las~ and family of Middleway, Mr. and ~week to her home in New York cle unbroken (Thank God). Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker of Ranson visited Mr. and Mrs. Har ry Gageby and daughter Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCauley of Charles Town visited Mr .and Mrs. T. W. Welty and family Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby vis ited Mrs. Daisy Miller and brother near Dargan, Md. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilt and fam- ily from Millville moved into the Spitzer property here this week. WHITE'S WEST WASHINGTON STREET I By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mrs. Katherine Goliday and son / Gary of Baltimore, Md. spent the Christmas with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David. III Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan and sons Eugene and Ronald Viands of Gerrardstown were | Tuesday evening callers with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Mid dleway was a supper guest on Fri day evening with his brother-in GOLDEN ISLE PINEAPPLE JUICE- law and sister Mr .and Mrs. Rob ert Frye. Reg. 2 for S9c--4 46.oz. cans $1.00 Mrs. Bert "Viands had a tele phone call of Saturday eveninf telling her that her dear friend Mrs. Floyd Fawver of Martins GOLDEN ISLE FRUIT COCKTAIL- burg was critically ill in the City Hospital there. R~, BC--4 16"0Z. cans $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnstor and daughter Joyce and Bonnie ere New Years Day guests witr GOLDEN ISLE the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins at Kabletown. PEARS---Reg. 27c - - - 4 17-oz. cans $1.00 Mrs. Sites Henderson of Shen- andoah Junction and Mrs. George Vickers and daughters of Charles Town were Thursday evening call GOLDEN ISLE GIt~EnlUIT JUlCE-- ,rs with their sister Mrs. Lester 9tt and family. So nice to see Beg, 37--3 46-0z, cans $1.00 7Irs. HendersOn is able to be out md around. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard )tt of Petuxant, Md. last week a ittle daughter in which they nam ~d it Julie Lynn. Richard is a real )oy from our town. They have a on age nine. Mrs. Ott was Peggy 3utler from Martinsburg. Mrs. Nelson Bush spent the day 2uring the Christmas holidays with her mother Mrs. Willingham and daughter Bernice at Kear- leysville. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of 'm Blomery were callers during he holidays with the latters par- nts Mr. and Mrs. Wade Penwell Charles Town. GOLDEN LIBBYS ISLE GOLDEN CORN-- Reg. 2 for 39c---6 17.oz. cans $1.00 TOMATO JUICE . 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 OLD VIRGINIA PURE PRESERVES - - 5 12-oz. glasses $1.00 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE - . - big 6-oz. jar 98c CLEARANCE SALE of Entire Rock, including Boy's Wear, Now ~,t LUCILLE'S SMALL FRY FASHIONS in Charles Town. Jan. 5-1t.--I~P NESCAFE - big 6-oz. jar 89c I I I I I I CHARLES TOWN, W. I I ! N E S C A F E - - economy l O-oz. jar BRYERS ICE CREAM - . . $1 (1 Pkg. 12-oz. Chocolate Topping FREE) SONNY BOY CHOC. SYRUP - 12-oz can 19 BEECH NUT COFFEE .... l-lb. can 73c (Coupon Worth 25c in Each Can) C R IS C O-Ac OFF ....3-lb. can 81 S P R Y--5c OFF .... - 3-lb. can 80 LIPTON SOUPS--Chicken Rice 37c) Both Pk , LIPTON SOUPS-Mushroom 35c ) 69c Send 2 Box Tops to Lipton and get Refund of Purchase Price. GRAVY TRAIN DOG FOOD - - G-lb. bag 6 lO-Ib, bag 9 LIVES CAT FOOD - - 2 6-oz. cans SPUNKY CAT FOOD - - 316.oz. cans