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OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE5 A knownserved quiteYUngsomemantimearundin the'twn'Au. S. 14L Busy Time at the Well Baby Clinic JANUARY 8, 1959 i Service and while in Korea madeI J a name for him self by saving a By the Sen,0r W0mans Club life at the risk of his own. His parents received a notice to tha~t AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . effect from his Commander. He HARPERS graduated from Shepherd College Shepherdstown last year and was assigned 'to the above High School in Baltimore. I Mr. Frank Houser returned 'toI Irs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 his home in Sharpsburg on Fri-I day evening after being a guest in ] M~e--~'~-~ ~,uu,,, the G. E. Web'b home since Christ l~art~ Home until mas Day. ' i ! t Jones daughter of when it was removed to the John This ~re~ is surely experzenc ng David' Jones cole- Wesley Methodist Church for fun some blister cold weather at 'this~ venteenth birthday oral services which were conducted time with very high and piercing ight after the ball ~by ffhe Rev. Homer C. Bullett. In- winds. However the sky is clear %'alning the Hapers ,torment was made in Cedar Hill with no sign of snow to date. ~aders and their Cemetery in Bolivar. Our local Fire Co. seems to be Present were Fran Oliffside Motel has been filled, working overtime. They were call , Mary Louise Jones we understand since the opening ed to Vhe home of Mrs. Connie -~s, Sandy Rocken- of the racing season in Charles Erp about 3 o'clock on Tuesday oamison Patsy Roc Town which have been well at- morning to extinguish a small fire aklin Ki~iwiler, Geo ,tended, we have been told, dispite caused possi~bly by an overheated !n, Leo Grove, Es- the very .cold weather, stove iri the sub zero weather. ,arl Hoffmaster and Miss Marlene Kisner of Charles Early Tuesday af,tevnoon they or. Tow'n was a weekend visitor at the were called to extinguish a ,brush s were served which [ home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dah- fire near ,the home of Charles 'three tier cake, ice [l in and daugkter. Ike Butts and a few minutes later a call came asking them to rush "chi,ps, candy and] Mrs. J. Donald Eackles entered ,to ,the Sexton property in nearby t useful gif,ts were ] the Memorial Hospital in Win- I Virginia but the writer has 'been [chester, Va. on Sunday and Mort- unable to learn details at this ehumaker ]day she underwent surgery and is time. R. Schumaker, 76, Igetting along satisfa~ctorily. ! Ral,ph Mills, son of Mr. and a member of the [Holiday Visitors Mrs. John L. Mills in Brunswick, College Faculty, I Holiday visitors at the home of Md. sper~t from ,Y~iday until Mort ednesday in Hun- [Mrs. Emma Evans and her grand- !day at the G. E. Webb home in tospi.tal where he i son Charles Murphy were Mrs. i Bolivar. tient for about a ]Bertha Jordon of Baltimore, Md., Carolyn Bowers .has been quite a retired Baptist ]Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeser and ill at the home of her parents Mr. ,d lived in Harpers i son of Hyattsvil,le, Md., Mr. and and Mrs. Douglas Bowers. She is at 20 years and ]Mrs. Ted Sager and Mr .and Mrs. second grade pupil in the Elem- Religious courses I LaMarr Sager and son of Moore., entary school. While teaching in I field, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. ErieI Dinner guests at the home of Invented a manuel [Spiker and 'two .children of Silve~r Mr. ~nd Mrs. Granville Dinkle on~ 'hlch he was given ]~prlng Md., Miss Prances Reeser Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ! as a ha,tire of Pen ~ and Miss Agatha Pittard of Ne@' ther Mummaw of Loudoun Court- cots are his widow ]York City and Mrs. Jessie Murph~ ty, Va. and Mr .and Mrs. Charles ,nohue Schumaker lot Harpers Ferry. All visitors ex~ Bu'tts 'and daughter of Bolivar. Harpers Ferry; a Icept Miss Pittard were .membe~ ] Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Higgs of rence Schumaker~of Mrs. ~.vans family. . : Silver Spring, Md. visited relati- ,. and several hie- I Miss Cassie Dittmyer of Bolivar ~ves in .this area during the holi- ~..The body was re t ls a patient in King's Daughter'~ days. ~lly l~arm in Har- ]Hospital in Mar~insburg,. suffering~ Recent visitors at the home of ,funeral services]from a broken arm, sustained in Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whit0hair there on Saturday ]a recent fall at her home. I,t i,g were Mr. and Mrs. John Blair and h the Rev. R. J. }the right arm and is broken in the family and Mrs. Mervin Crim of le Charles Town ]shoulder region. . Bal,timore, Md.; Mrs. Clifto~ Kel- officiating. In,ter.I Sunday visitors at the home of ican and daughter of Millville, ~n ICairview Cem- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hackley Mrs. Ca'therine Briggs of Key- Bruns- Friday night the home of Street. She where she 'and was a Clinton late James Ed ll-known color- Street. : a,t the PX at il it closed. Be- she is survived of Hagers- of Charles Lsters, Mary ~C na Holland and Mrs. Anna Pa. The body Funeral were Mr. and Mrs. John Blair 'andI stone, Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- daughters and Mr. Marvin Crim ot chy and granddaughter Mrs. Morn Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. John lng Star, Mrs. Blanche Lowell and Whitehair and Son Kelth, Master son Charles and granddaughter of Chas. ~Vhitehair, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick. Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitehair and Mr. and John Whitehair and son Keith of Mrs. Frances Lane ,all of ,the Har- Harpers Ferry. pers Ferry area. Patient In VA Hospital 'Houston Snowden, son of Mrl and Mrs. John Snowden of Bolivar is a patient in Newton D. Baker By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Hospi,tal near Martinsburg. He haS been :teaching in Eastern vinwood Mr. and Mrs. Harry Worsley Junior High School in Baltimore and daughter Sally of Silver since the opening of schools in Spring, Md. were callers Tuesday September. Coming here to spend afternoon witch Mr. and Mrs. Char Christmas and .the holidays ~vi,th. les Wil.lis. his paten'is he was stricken wih Mr~Frank Cla, pham was a visi- illness and on Sunday was remov~ tor Wednesday with Mrs. J. S. ed'to the VA hospital where he Locke. continues quite 111. Houston, a well i Mr. and Mrs. Duns,way IAcklid- er have returned to Washington, D. C. after spending the' holidays at their home in Leetown. Regu,lar preaching service Sun- day morning January 11 in the ! CLUB PLANS TO FIT PURSE AND PURPOSE! LeeCmvn Met;hodis,t Church by the pastor Roy. Samuel Bu'tchdr at 10:30 Sunday School 9:45. Dinner guests New Years Eve with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kelly and family at their home in Char- les Town included Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr, Children Pete and Judy Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Payne and child ten Cindy and Rol~bie. Dinner guests Christmas day with Mrs. C. C. Henshaw inclu- ded Miss Betty Lou Henshaw, Mrs. Henry Hess, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. HenShaw and family. Miss Betty Lou Henshaw has returned to New York and Mrs. Henry Hess has returned to Wash lng~on, D. C. af~ter spending Christmas and part of t)he holi- days with Mrs. C. C. Henshaw. Supper guests recently with Mrs. Ernest Slusher, Jr. were her Primary Sunday School Class. They were Jeanie, Kathy and Chris Sagle, Ann Wilson Coyle, i iliary project but many of the Woman's Club members, helped with it. i Mrs. Bloom would like to congratulate many of the Club mem- bers who decorated their homes so artisHcally and elaborately enabling our Town to have the real Christmas Spirit everywhere. (Photo By Tim Sinn) Big Pool, Md. were callers Sa'tur- day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S~us4aer Jr. and Gaff also witch ~he Slushers and Wilsons at "Rose Hill Farm". Elizabet~ Clinedinst entertained some friends Sunday afternoon, celebrating her birthday. She also took her guests to a movie. They were Gait Slusher, Diane Col.lis, Mary Al~bert, Lois Ann Brewer, Lu dwilla Bratina and Beverly Coff- man. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moreland o~ C:harles Town were callers Sun day af'ternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slumber Jr. The Leetown 4-H C~ub met at t)he Baptist Church Friday night for their regular meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fh~rr and son Kim were callers Sunday evening wit~ Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. The P. T. A. will meet at the school house Tuesday night, Jan uary 13. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Edwards has as supper guests Saturday ev cuing Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wil son and son Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. George Price. Jerry Wilson left Sunday morn- 4rig from Washington Airport to go by plane back to school to Still water, Okla. He attends Oklahoma Owens and sons were Larry Jones, Miss Dorothy Jones, Mrs. A. D. Jones, Mrs. J~hn Rlssler and Miss Carolyn Rissler. Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis were Mrs. George Harrison ,and son George and Mrs. Belle Tarring all of Bel Air, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long and Joy and Kristi of Martins- ~burg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ohapman and family of Waynesboro, Pa. were callers at Mrs. Viola Chap- mans on Sunday. the af- ternoon ~ey visited Mr. and Mrs. WMter Cha,pman of Rippon and Mr. and Mrs. ~ladys Spinks of Charles Town. On New Years Eve Miss Eliza- beth Grove was a oaller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Benner, Firs~ Avenue, Charles Town. Mr. Bates Watson left Tuesday morning to go to Petersburg, W. Va, ,for a few days work. Mr. and Mrs. George Tabb had as ~]eir supper guests Saturday night, Mr. Ta~b Janney of Kear- neysville and Mr. and Mrs. Jim State University. Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. was a Janney of Martinsburg and Mr. caller Sunday nig~ht with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Florence Owens spen't New ~Years Day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smit'h in Kearneysville., Mrs. Charles Willis visited Fri- day afternoon wi,0h Mrs. Clarence Long and children. Joy and Krisit Long returned home with Mrs. Alice and Susan Carper, Mary Willis and spent Friday night and Receive in Paul Marshall, Tricia Collis and Saturday. Gary Uprigh't. Mrs. James Hammond and child 50 Weeks Mary Albe was an overnight ren visited wi.Vh Mrs. Charles guest of Gaff Slusher Friday Owens and sons on Tuesday morn 25e $ 12.50 night. ing. i- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis 50c $ 25.00 James Slusher and Mrs. Ed Bob- were callers Wednesday night with i rer were ~allers Thursday nig~ht Mr. and Mrs. Merle Alger. 1.00 - $ 50.00 wi't,h Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Slush- Mrs. James Hammond and child. er Jr. and Gall. re~ and Mrs. Charles Willis were $ 2.00 $ 100.00 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bohrer o~ luncheon guests Tuesday wit~ $ 3.00 . $ 150.00 $ 5.00 $ 250.00 $10.00 $ 500.00 $20.00 $1,000.00 ARE YOU FIXED FOR FUNDS THIS WEEK? A CHRISTMAS CLUB THIS YEAR TRY IT HERE. (BLACK and WHITE and COLOR TV) Ask us about these Wonderful Sets Today. Table and Floor Mod- Screen you de- els and Any Size k sire. --VISIT OUR STORE TODAY-- W. VA. 'e eral Deposit Insurnace Corporation e ber Federal Reserve System J. E. Ta~bb. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden of Pittsburg,h, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Axline and family of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Hostler and son, Steven of Alex~andria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brackebt of Pocomoke City, Md. were dinner guests Chris tmas Day wi!t~h their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs. Mrs. Alton Muse, Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. Marshall McAboy shopped in Winchester, Va. on Fri day and were also visitors with Mrs. Bowers' sister, Mrs. Margaret Dove and family. Mrs. Martin Grimes of Charles Town and her mother Mrs. Vir- ginia Grey were in Frederick, Md. Tuesday evening on business Visitors Sa'turday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- well and family were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend and daughters of River dale, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Kimes of Charles Town. Mrs. William Hoak grandson Michael Simons and Miss Doro- thy Bowers spent Wednesday ev- ening wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bowers and family in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs, Mr .and Mrs. Charles Harden, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hostler and son, Mr. and Mrg. Douglas Brackett were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Axline and faro ily in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George Shewbridge and tam ily of Yarrowsburg, Md. were visi- ,tors during the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Stau:bs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills Sr. ac- companied by the la.tter's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hindman of Charles Town ~were visitors Sun- day afternoon with Mr. Hindman's sister, Mrs. E~hel Cooper and son in Purcellville, Vs. and also visi- ,ted his brother and sister-In-law Mr .and Mrs. R. C. Hindman in Hamilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brackett visited Mr. and Mrs. David Braek ett and family in Millville Satur- d, ay evening. Mrs. James Fadeley of Charles Town spent Wednesday wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mr. Jearl O'Brien of York, Pa. ,was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wrig~ht and family, Dinner guests wi,th the family on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler of Berryville. V,a. Mrs. Charles Staubs,~Mrs. Nor- man HosLler and ~on and Mrs, 587 Ranson, W. Va. ?: PHONE 202 CHARLES TOWN, SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING ACCOUNTS. Charles Harden visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones in Wever~ton, Md. Sa.turday evening. Dinner guesVs Sunday of Mr. ~t~ ~0n/"~ ~d ~I~ and Mrs. William H~ak were Mrs. ~1~, Florence Po,pe and Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and son of Charles Town and Mrs. Winerd Bowers of Halltown. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse accom panied by the formers mother, Mrs. Gentry Muse of Leesburg, Va. motored to Cumberland, Md. on Sunday where they spent the day .... ..--AT THE with Mr .and Mrs. Thomas Muse and family. ry was a visitor Tuesday with Mrs. Douglas Brackett and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sbaubs. Mrs. Brackett who has been residing in Pocomoke City, Md. near the na- stationed will make her home here with her paren,ts until her hus- band received his discharge in February. _ - Mr. and Mrs. Wallace (~it aria AT THE CIRCLE IN RANSON family of Millville and t,he for- mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ber- QUALITY ......... MEA'] S .... nard Ott visited Mr .and Mrs. L. "' '." R. Becker and Miss Edna Ott near Harpers Ferry Saturday even ~sn~Ir. d Earl eher and an rs ons wee dnner gue~ Sunday FRESH FRYING CHICKENS - - lb.29c o~ Mr. and Mrs. John Peaeher and family in Martinsburg. ROASTING C$CKE Little Miss Karla Kay McKee NS " " - lb. 37c of Ranson spent i~he weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mars'ha, ll McAboy. Her parents SWIFTS WESTERN BEEF-- Mr .and Mrs. Henry McKee were dinner guests Sunday wit,h the ROUND STEAKS .... lb. 89c family. Visi'tors in t~e evening wi0h the family were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney and daug~hter Baula CUBE STEAKS .... lb. ~79c Mac of Bolivar. A/2c and Mrs. Paul Mills Jr. of IIn Glen Bernie, Md. were overnight ESSKAYS BACON---Leon Sun=,,,, . lb. 49c guests Sunday of ~he formers par sons.Ones Mr .and Mrs. Paul Mills and CORKSLL FRANKS . . . . lb. 49c Mrs. Rose Courtney, Mrs. Eddie A halt and Mrs Frances Ahalt of ESSKAYS SAUSAGE .... lb. 49c Ranson were visitors Thursday at ~he home of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Mar- shall Mc/~boy and fwmily. Seaman David McAboy, s~ationed in Pa- tuxent, Md. is spending a ten day leave wi,th his parents. Mrs. Meredith Axline and fam- i'ly of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bracketit motored to Alexandria, Va. New Year's Day where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hostler and son,Visitors Sunday evening witch Mr.'and Mrs. Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sullivan of Knoxville, Md. Birth Announced ESSKAYS VACUUM PACKED COLD CUTS Bologna, Olive Loaf, Pepper Loaf or 'Pickle and Pimento Loaf--- your choice 4 for 99c Mr and Mrs. Granville Wright Spiced Luncheona Meat of Berkeley, California announce birVh of a daughter orn DeCson Cooked S lo,mi pkg. each ember 30t'h. Granville is the -- 'of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright ofAmbolo Sausage 33c I-~,alttown. This is the couple's i second child and daughter. Barbecue Loaf Sympa,thy is extended to Mrs. Clarence Boyd in the loss of her brother the 1,ate Mr. Wilbert L. Wagamcn of Martinsburg who passed way Saturday in Winches- ter Memorial Hos.pital. Funeral services we're held Tuesday after- noon wt t)he Brown Funeral Home in Ma insburg SIRLOIN STEAKS - lb. 89c Lions To Stage Another Record Hop January 16 Announcement was made Wed- nesday by the Charles Town Lions Club that a series of Record Hops which the club has been sponsor ing as benefits in past monShs, wil.l be resumed Friday evening, Jan. 16 in the gFmnasium of the Charles Town High School. The public is invited and urged to ~t- 'tend this function. T-BONE STEAKS - - - lb. 85c T-V DINNERSmBeef and Turkey 59c Everfresh Fordhook LIMAS, 2 for 33c Everfresh PEAS - - - 2 for 33c ESSKAYS CHICKEN BACKS and NECKS - 5-1bs. 59c COFFEE .... Wilkins Boscul lb. Chase & Sanborn ) 83c Maxwell House COFFEE - lb. 79c Pimento Cheese NU- TOST, 2-1bs. 69c Krafts Parkay MARGARINE - lb. 29c Rubb -Ba Wafl Paird" SU-Z-Q MARGARINE - - 2-1bs. 39c National Premium SALTINE CRACKERS - - lb. 25c Pillsburg and Betty Crocker CAKE MIXES, Assort. - -pkg. 29c Duncan Hines CAKE MIXES, Assort. - pkg. 33c ESKO SHORTENING-- - 3-1bs. 69c S P R Y .... 3-lb. can 83c KENNEY'S MILK - 6 tall cans 79c S U G A R .... 5-1bs. 53c Dries i~ 30 ' minutes Truly washable Matching woodwork colors in odorless DUCO Semi-Gloss Enamel SUPER SUDS -. - large box 23c PET DOG FOOD - 12 cans for $1.00 COMO TOILET TISSUE, 16 'for $1.00 OLD FROTHINGSLOSH - FORT PITT ALE - - VALLEY FORGE - - GUNTHER - . . - SCHLITZ .... - . 83c . . 85c - . 87c .. 87c - - $1.25 6 Pack Throw Away Bottles. ALL POPULAR BRANI)S ALWAYS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. STORE HOURS:--7:30 A. M. to 10 P. M. Monday Through Saturday. 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