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SPIRIT OF JEFFERgON RMrRa ADVOCA =E 8--A THURSDAY, JANUARY g, 1959 I ERSONAI, AND SOCIAL By Mrs. Rohert Knoll Phone 3983 Miss Mary Dunstan of the Shep herd College faculty spent the Christmas vacation with her mo- ther in Leesburg, Florida. Dr. Vera Malton who was in Miami, Florida during the holidays returned to 8hepherdstown with Miss Dunstan MP .and Mrs. Ray Harris and daughters Barbara and Ann spent part of the holidays with the for- neT's mother Mrs. G. R. Harris in Little Birch near Sutton. They spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Harris and family in Morgantown; and visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris in Baltimore, Md. during the Christmas vacation. Mr. Ray S. Barker who is as- sistant librarian at Shepherd Col ]ege visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Barker in Memphis, ,Tenn. during the Christmas holi- days. Miss Nazza Noble of the Shep- herd College faculty went to her home in Kingsport, Tenn. .for Christmas. Mrs. John C. Siler visited her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Miller at Mt. Jackson, Va. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Baer of Char lesion spent Christmas at "Falling Spring" with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker and their six children of Baltimore Md. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Skinner at Molers Cross Roads. Dr. Ruth Scarborough went to Pinleyson, Ga. to spend Christmas with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee 8carborough. Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Ikenberry and their daughter Jane visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wade in Arling ton and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ikenberry in Alexandria, Va. dur- ing the Christmas holidays. Miss Margaret Hughes of the Shepherd College faculty spent Clu~istmas with her parents in Somerset, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lowe and their small son of Plymouth Meet ing, Pa. visited the formers par- ents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lowe, Sr. during the holidays. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lowe's par- eats Mr. and Mrs. P. Caprione of Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. William R. Simpson, chem istry professor at Shepherd Col- lege went to his home in Lake Worth, Florida for Christmas. On Tuesday, December 27, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Egle deligh~fully entertained at their lovely home on New Street with a luncheon for | I THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN IT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Due to the earlier publishing dates during the holiday season the following items were received too late to ~ppear in last week's news. Visi'tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Allen Glassford over the Christmas holidays were the lat- ter's brothers, S/Sgt. William Me- near and his daugh~ters, Dari Ann, Sherry and Darlana of Maguire Air Force Base in Trenton, N. J, and Mr. Daniel Menear of Balti- more, Md. On Christznas Day Mr. and Mrs. Glassford had as t'heir NEW-- fast way to paint mmm ...CEILINGS No Stir! #o eript. No Spatter! ::ii~ I elE-COAT i@[ basement !!iiiiilJ wall paint DU PONT ONE-COAT Basement Wall Paint THtXOTROPIC eORMULA h new "jellified" water-baJe wall paint ideal for very porous or rough masonry surfaces, Available in 8 colors and white. PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. The beauty lasts when you paint wit-'h"t'he finest.., PAINTS the administrative council, their wives and staff members aL Shep herd College. Mr. and Mrs. George Busey and their children, Kathy and Scott drove to Webster Springs to spend Christmas with Mrs. Busey's par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Lambert of Parson.s recenNy visited the Shep- herd College campus. Both are alumni of the college. They oper ate a store in Parsons. Interesting Article Many local residents read with much interest The Washington Star's article on "West Virginia's Oldest Town is Rich in Historical Lore" which appeared in the Sun day edition. One full page with a large picture of the old mill wheel and other historical places were featured in the article with u de- scription and a brief history of our town by Dan Poole, staa'f writer. To promote and emphasize the historical lore, a Historical Com- mission was organized here three months ago by a group of local re sldents. Under the chairmanship of Frank Trump, Jr. and Mr. C. F. Lyne, treasurer the group plans to restore and ixnprbve historical landmarks with the hope of at- tracting tourists. The group's corn pletion date of its work is 1963-the 100Vh anniversary of West Virgin- ia's statehood. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Young and their Children left Saturday for Columbus, Ohio where they will make their home. Mr. Young re- signed as dean of students at Shepherd College to accept a pos- ition on the faculty of Ohio State University in Columbus. Mrs. Fred Donley returned to McKeesport, Pa. on Sunday after spending the Christmas vacation wlth her husband at the Donley home at Molers Cross Roads. Others who visited the Donleys during the holidays were W. G. Donley of Santa re, New Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Donley, Jr, and son Gary of Cottage City, Md. Lt. Samuel Donley of Fort Knox, Kentucky and Mrs. Donley of Ha- gerstown, M.d. and William Don- Icy who is attending V. P. I. at Blacksburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Carter who were married on Sunday, Decem- ber 21 are residing a~t the Knode Apartment on Main Street in Shepherdstown. Mrs. Carter, the former Miss Linda Cooper, teaches in the Sharpsburg Elementary School and Mr. Carter is employed by the C. & P. Telephone Com- pany. Phone 47-F-032 supper guests Mr .and Mrs. Guy Miller and children Billy and Nan cy Mr. and Mrse. Calvin Fleming and son Calvin Jr. of Charles Town and the Fleming's son-in. law and daughter Lt. and Mrs, Ed warrd Lloyd of Charleston, S. C. Guests at the Olassford home on Your Car FREE of Wait on You All of e PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Saturday were Mrs, FAleen Laing and sons Billy, Mike, Glen and Larry of Front Royal, Vs. and Miss Norma Monroe of B~rrY- ville, Va. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Glass ford and their daughter Mollie ~' Jane, in company with the lat- ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear motored to Vienna, spend the day visiing at the home of old friends the Reverend and Mrs. Dewey Shaffer. Home to sPend Christmas with their parents Mr. and Mrs: Clif- ton Longerbeum were four of their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs, Graden Vann and child- ren, Roberta, Bonnie and Graden Jr, of Harri~onburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. William Leith of Leesburg, Va.. Mr .and Mrs. Andrew Lon- ger~eam and family of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. William Longer MORTON'S PARKER HOUSE ROLLS ) 3-pkgs. beam and daughter of MillvHle. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr had as ~heir guests on Christmas Day the latter's brother-in-law and sister, MORTON'S CLOVER LEAF ROLLS ) $1.00 Mr .and Mrs. Rlvhard Pine and their four children of Boyce, Va. and Mr, Willie Furr of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. l~lrr have 'B I R D S E Y E received word from their son Pri- vate Herbert Furr who left re- FORDHOOK LIMAS . 2 lO-oz, p gs. 49c cently for overseas duty that he HEW LOW BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE-Big 5-oz. jar 93c NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE--12c Off - big 6-oz. jar $1.12 ! BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE big 6.o . Jar 99c Maxwell House l-lb. tin Wilkins ) SEALTEST 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE . qt. ctn. 39c PEANUT KIDS PEANUT BUTTE 2-lb. jar 79c J E L L O-- soded Flavors R.. 3pkgs. 27c , HEINZ CATSUP .... 14 oz. bottle 23c F L U F F 0-8c Off - - - 3-lb." can 81c S P R Y-7c Off - - - 3-lb. can 82c E S S K 0 - - - 3 lb. can 69c BAKE RITE .... 3 lb. can 79c DOMINO XX SUGAR - - 2 l-lb. ctns. 29c BORDEN'S SLICED CHEESE--Assort. - pkg. 25c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE - 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 CARNATION MILK . . ."- 6 tall cans 89c MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS - - 3-lb. bag. 59c PAGE FREESTONE YELLOW PEACHES - - 4 large cans $1.00 ' SHAWNEEyELLOW PEACHEsSPRINGS- 3 I rge cans 89c * MISTLETOE MARGARINE. ".. -., 2 ibs: 39c 3 KITTEN CAT FOOD 311b. cans 40c son-in-law and daughter ........ i!] i