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- John C. Ware and Mary Engle at Reedson for I the national Holstein organizat-I loins hrea Der'lo-m-' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARMEeS ..............................ITli]M.q.. -. tqP INITRRE,qTv O |'IMI~ TVICINITV~~ kl CII~ ]lTow]lawnMrS'. Charles Ware of Charles Engleattheirtenuanceregularand waSMrs.meeting'onBettynana anctKidwilerA Mrs.nice[in'uingTheSelactationPrOgramSandPrOvldelifetimeCOntin ipro:]laDpnf.... Ill P fhlnarC PFd|nnCm THURSDAY, JANUARY A D L I= | U W I~ I I!1 k| i~ | I~ served refreshments which were duct[on records on every cow in l -r ............ ~, ,w,,v.. vice Sunday at 11:00 a. m. with ded December 25th I E ~ U t I- [enjoyed by all. more than 2 600 participating re-I ~ ~l~...~.~ ~:::_- sermon, "The State of Christen- Clarence Smallwood of By Mrs. ,Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 ' ~ i.-- ----,", I Larry Ambrose of Charles[gistered Holstein herds. I ~ ~~i": :. dom" Nurse- held" " L town; Mrs Lena Ambrose ry uurlng wor- " . Mrs. ~ena Ambrose Town spent the weekend with I ~~;~iLi .......... , lgle; Mrs. Georgm Pearl 0 ' . [Wayne and Charles Wclty. "~ Worship+ Service Sunday i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees of Ger- .. Mr. and Mrs;. ErnestBre.eden oft Mr. John Fraiser of Reedson is I Winchester Apple [~ vice.Snip; coHeesundaynOUrchurchiOnOWSschoolme ,;cr- [ nUtand[SilverHill;Grove;.Mrs andEthelMrs.BU~ Regular worship service will rardstown were dinner guestsansn ana.iv~rs; ~utn ll!mtot spending awhile with Mr. and _. _ . . I the Pastor's Class at 9:45 a m.; INicodemus of Rippon. Th ~ ] P * be conducted Sunday, Jan. 15 at l with the Smallwoods. in the af-Ipamm~ wretch mr .ann l~rs. [Mrs. Clarence Fraiser. +. I IAII lll FplhIal I ~i+l ~~ Joseph R Staley Superintendent agement of the S iritA " ~ternoon the .......... ~marwn t~reeacn ann tamuy ~un Mr Ma nard ......................... ~i~ ~~'~~ Junmr Luther League meets at l congratulates the corresl~ t:au. I y wsitea With melt ~ .......... 1 I y ~tamngs oI ~on- I I ~ii~ M " " broth - any. mrs. Tmett spent severn var visited Mrs , :' '~ +~+ the church at 6:30 p. m.; Senior Inn their fine work in their rs. Robert L. White recewed [ er and smter-m-law Mr. and ............ Ruth Clegg and ~ , P ~ ,~ ~q ~A I ~ word Monday of the illness of her IMrs. Reinhart Johnson and ram- nays w!tn her Dromer lwarvln [Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and I ~el ['0r APril ZI-ZY I ~ii Luther League meets at 7:30 p. lent efforts toward addi~ grandmother Mrs Gertie Boyd ily of Front Royal Mrs Johnson I an(~ ~amuy. I sons Tuesday evening ] r | ~!ii~i~ m. Monday, United Lutheran ~ subscribers to this ne~ who has been visiting her son Its much better foilowing the ef-I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby andI Mr. Gregg Gibson still remains I The 34th annual Shenandoah l !ii~iii:i~ Church Women s Annual Meet-l which is now second an~ Harvey in Washington, D. C. this/fects of an abscess on her face. Idaughter Joyce viisted Mr. an(~/a medical patient in The Charle~ [Apple Blossom Festival will be I' ~ ing at 6:30 p. m.; speaker-Dr. Hen, weekly newspapers in We winter. On Monday Mrs. Boyd [ Mr and Mrs C D Mercer and IMrs" Irvin Athey and Mr. and [Town tIospital. We hope he will |held in Winchester, Va. on Thurs [ 1 l[~il ry Roland, a retired missionary ]ginia in circulation. wa.~ hrnut, ht frnm Washington to |~,,+i',, ,,,~+,, m~,~:. ~" ........ c,,.. ]Mrs. David Gageby near Charles/soon be able to return home ]dav, Friday and Saturday, April| 1 ...... :~i~i from China. Wednesday, United] Lutheran Church Men hold An-I ......... nual meet[n- - i'h n: ..... ~...I ~virs. virginia orame * pital in the Independent Fire [Mrs. Wm. H Hough of Bakerton I Wayne Welty who has been/position at The Kemp Wholesale [ Twelve department directors I 1 ~ folio ~edW ~_ um.e~._ r~r(" [moved to Charles Town ( Company Ambulance. /Monday night Mr. Mercer enter:Ion the sick list for over two/and Feed Store in Purcellville, |are preparing for the coming ev-| 1 p.m. w oy the p og am, "Harvest of V-~r:" ~,~-i,- ~h-+-IHspltal on Sunday for 0t Mrs. Charles R. Langdon will led the N. D. Baker Veterans Hos/weeks was able to return to [Va. lent, working with hundreds of l 1 rehearsal at ................ 8:00 p. m. Thursday, lien and treatment.- ~. entertain the Kabletown W. S. {pital for examination as a fol-~school Monday. We are glad he/ |men and women currently being | 1 ill[~:~ Cub Scout Pack 39 at 4:00 p. m. I-- C .... S at her home Wednesday |low uo to a previous treatment [is able to .be, out. again as. we [ i~ ...... . Jr_ kL_l._ /assigned to scores of committees. JOHN H. LARSON mght, February 1st on the regul- | Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers en |know he d~dn t en~oy Chrmtmas I l~m~[:l'~l~ ~[~ /The headquarters office has be- / Tnh~ IX T ..... ..... 1,, ++~. Friday, Junior Choir practice at I " ar monthly date. /tertained Sunday to a turkey[with the other young folks. -- ................ |gun to burn the midnight oil as|c(mrr"un~/~"l'~nin~"~soca~i~ 4:00 p. m. Saturday, first year/ ~ _~ Mrs. Maude R. Ctipp who has/droner. Those present were herl Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby Rarammand i^ne /staff members set up meetings, Inf West Trenton N~J has loin~- catechism class at 10:00 a. m. atl ~'1 ..a~,lEll/,, been on the sick list for several]parents Mr. and Mrs. John Rus- and son Glenn spent Saturday ev- II~,~*Vllllll~llUl]llVlla /anlsw3r telephones and busy them/ed the Area Development +De" the parsonage; confirmation class/ weeks is better at this writing.|sell, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Russelllening with Mr and Mrs. Forrestl p | | | a~ . [ . with voluminous corres-lnartmen, , Th, P,+ .... ~m~,~-;at 11:00 a.m. ] I ~I~R~rll~ " Clarence Smallwood m able to be land sons of Brownswne, Md., Mr. I Caton and son near Molers Cross, r0r J0~S |n ~0u~lv |pondence remh, ng to the parades. |System as Community Develop-I MISS"D~, Z0mbr0 / ~ - out again after suffering from a/and Mrs. Arnold Jenkins and sons [Roads. I ~ i The Festivals famous t-ageant I ment and Plannin~ Consultant I I-al~ relapse following hisreturn fromlof.Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrosei Recommendations for a num- |being resumed this year as a com" | Primarily, Larson will work1 / m l i)IRRI me ~narms Town ~enera, lies-t~oooy ~owers and Johnny oflof Charles Town took Neales par I ber of appointments for political [plete production, will be histori-/with local civic leaders and agen-] Wins Contest ~0r / ""''" pitai where ne was a patien~ tr t~imes va" ivr" and Mrs" Nelsn [ ents Mr "and Mrs" H" C" Ambrse appintments t jbs with the |cal in nature" Episdes' cstumes/cies t help them develp a Pr" i / j~~~~-- three days prior to Christmas. I White and Kathy, Miss Barbara I out for dinner Sunday at Joes county road set-up, the State li-land dialogue will re-create for |gram of planned community grow', Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. New-|Tillet of Charles Town and Ron[Tavern beyond Winchester. They quor store and postoffice posit-[the audience periods in history|th and encourage projects and im,] Hew Subscriptions comb of+Lewisburg have been re- hie Sowers. |certainly serve nice meals, lions have been made as the re-[from the time of the nation's |provements that will make com-I cent visitors with their son rmm I Recent visitors at the home of I Miss Joyce Gageby spent a day sult of a meetinu of the Jefferson Isettlement to the admission of |munities more attractive to indus I unty news correspondents dur- ] er New~mb and family.. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rowland, |last week with her class, mate County Democratic Executive Ithe 50th state, with accent on |try and a better place to live and I cIn a contest among our twenty I 7~t~| mere ~ass of Tacoma ~'ark Md. I Woodbyrne Farm have been [Miss Sandra Eye near Reedson. I Committee held last week[the tragic and stirring events of |work. ling the month of December to/ ~ -- _ - :""-~ has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. |their niece Mr .and Mrs. Arthur l The Young Peoples Group met J Ernest Watson, chairman of|1861"65- Lighter moments of the/ Durin~ his initial months with lseu new subscriptions to the [ ~-"i Clarence Smallwood. On Sunday'Kolb ofFrederick,Md., Mrs. tMonday night at the home of the'county Democratic Executive Ipageant will feature colorful eras IPotomac Edison Larson is visit ISpirit .of .Jefferson.-.Advocate, | ~~ .... "Conumttee all of th in the county's history and will ' " I ...... I ..... ' ' , e nine recom-1... . . -~ ling all parts of The Potomac Ed-IMiss Patsy Zombro, Middleway | ~..~.~ . mendations except one would be mcmae the pink, white ann green |[son service area, becoming ac- Icrrespndent' was the winner, se | submitted to Huylett C. Smith, i bal!et. of the blossoms,, long a Iquainted with the communities, [curing the largest number of [ ~ii~ state chairman. The one for a[n|gnngnt of me proaucuon. [company personnel and commun-[new subscribers. Other correspon [ "~~ postoffice appointment will be l The Department of the Queen lity leaders, i dents who sold new subscriptions | I I 'N TAIIIII l=llrl I Ilg r forwarded to Harley O. Staggers. land Her Court, responsible for| iduring the contest which conclu- ~ ...... ~- Ill f[ I~" /1111111 I'/11/11111 III i Recommended for state roadlthe selection of Queen Shenan-|c,^~,m,^^~ ~U Ph,k I | l| n I /llmm 1. rm rn n I nl ~ supervisor in the county was Pax Idoah XXXIV is now at work. / Lgl~ll~gll $ II ~IUU It~, ~,~'~,~'~',~'~,,t'~"~,~',~=~',~',~'~,~'~,~.~~~ IMH I H /Hllll H/IIIHHI HI I tonP. Marshall of the Shepherds lMembers of this department also | I + dyEo venln'g ffu lllll ,I ,~P llkFIlll UI~IIL-IIIIL- lit L town District, who has had cen-|plan.for the 36 Apple Blossom/H$1~ Idnnthiv Idaatlnfl n Solar sus, office and orchard experien-IPrincesses and two maids of hen-/'''' ,-,v,,.,,,~ '"""'"'~1 I ce. For 16 years, he was a mem-I or who will represent colleges/ The monthly meetin~ of the l AN3"I~TCtTTI~TC''I~(~ ber of the Executive committee land state horticultural.soqieties|Ever,reen4.H'Clubof~earne,,s.I A VARIETY 0~ 00D$ , ~, ,o, t.~ ~ ~.~ ,'~ ~ f~m Shepherdstown, serving as the y~r~mas, the D~strmt of ]ville~was held on January 2 ~in/ e a rman ~or. (zyears.~ie is cur- I wommma, ra. ann marymn~. ]the Educational Building of Kear ] .... rln:lmYicala~il~atoe~,i wire ~ miJierI .. ,~"---'--'--~. . lneysville Presbyterian Church. l SERVED FROM 5.30 UNTIL 8.00 P. o p at on ot r~anson The club was congratulated by A Chan e In Vlmtm Hour g g fl J Robert Cam of Charles Town Mary Newman Dies In 1 ~s tne present supervisor. I ~. , . ,, .. |bon club for 1959-60 and for re- Effective January 15- 1.961 Mrs.~.~argaret Shoemaker Pay| ~mrles [own nmmm[ /ceiving the certificate of Out- EACH SATURDAY LNFHIH6 , ne ot mppon was recommenoea -- - - f ......... I |standing Club Accomphshment. or me posmon oi state roan I Mrs Mary Viola Newman, 31 of / During the business meeting, clerk. I Charles Town, died Friday, Jan. /the club decided to sponsor a ska ChlERIHG I0 I.hR6E AHD - - ................ francis Blackford of Charles 16 in Charles Town General Hos-/ting party in the near future. Sy- NN J Ifll/NINg VI ITIM 141 ) Town was the colnmittee's choice I pital' after an illness of 11 years, llvia Creamer was selected as m,--n mvnlnlmmlv wm,mmmll~ II, trmanagerftnestateliquorl She was born in Charles Town, lgame leader for the coming year SMALl ,,,_.. , store here A former liquor store!a daughter of Max Newman and Committees were appointed by L employee, he is currently a track isarah Bell Newman. President Ben Marshall to sport- BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY mutue~ ~er~.. r'~sent store manI Sutwiving are a son, Charles sor future club projects. ager ~s t~aiezgn ~natter ot ~nar- i Newman, at the home; five sis. EXTERT.AIN Y VISITING HOURS WILL BE: . iesTow . ItersMazie J)ones, Mrs L Wash-,'. Other store personn~ recom-!ington; Mrs. Nellie Good, Jean. ~)~aTe ~ Christendom , fRl[H[ ...... menaations were TyJer ~rown of(nette Marie Newman: Sarah Na- 2:30 P. M. - 4:00 P.M. :Shepherdstown and Howard[hers and three brothers-James ^-m~-I~-I,,&i~^-',u~, ADULTS $2.00 -CHILDREN C. (Jack)+Ware of Charles Town[David and John Newman ' OCllll~ll It)l LUllllglall:) ,, ,~,~ ~. ~ m. ~ ,,,~ ,~ :~r~ -,~ as cavilers and Rando Small~ood } Serviceswere held "Sunda~ .,~-~-~.+- . ~ ~ + AKend the Chil th $ of l. V 1"% IVI. of Charles Town and Ihewls~t/~am : .... , - from Zion Baptist Church Char-' At unda I/0rsh,p " ey and George E. Dunaway, ooth les Town at 3 p. m. with the Rev. Every Sunday. of Ranson as clerks. Consideration will be given to private room patient , critical patients and relatives of patients having surgery performed. This new policy is being promoted to offer our nursing personnel more advantageous op- portunities to render more complete and thor- ough nursing care to our patients and their needs. t WROUGHT IRON RECORD AND PLAYER REGULARLY $4.98 WOMEN'S SPUN RAYON REGULARLY $2.49 CANNON 60x76SHEET REGULARLY $1.29 USE YOUR E! NEWBERRY VALUE ii ALL BRASS 3 SHELF NEWBERRY $ REGULARLY $6.98 SPECIAL NEWBERRY SPECIAL WOMEN'S ORLON BUTTON NEWBERRY REGULARLY $3.98 VALUE NEWBERRY VALUE LADIES KNIT NEWBERRY REGULARLY $2.98 VALUE CREDIT JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" CHARLES TOWN STORE PHONE 314 The committee recommended Mrs. Virginia E. Everhart, Kear- neysville for the postmistress job there. Mrs. Everhart is first vice president of the Jefferson County Democratic Association. Acting postmistress at Kearneysville is Mrs. Gladys Fleming. 217 County Businesses Get Statements From Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. Today G. L. McCann, district manager of the Baltimore office of Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., an- nounced statement requests were mailed to 217 businesses in Jef- ferson County. He said figures ob tained from a physical count of the Dun & Bradstreet Reference Book for January, 1961 totaled 217 manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers in this area. According to Mr. McCann, each January business concerns in all parts of the United States are asked by Dun & Byadstreet for copies of their financial state- ments This year requests are being sent to approximately three million business concerns-to the grocery store worth a few thous- and dollars as well as to busin. esses worth millions. The Dun & Bradstreet Refer- ence Book lists those manufactur ers, wholesalers and retailers who seek or grant commercial credit but it does not include some of the service and profess- ional businesses such as beauty and barber shops, security deal- ers and real estate brokers. There fore, the figures for total busi- ness in the United States would be higher than the three million quoted above. Mr. McCann also added that during the past year 54 changes were made in the Dun & Brad- street Reference Book listings of Jefferson County businesses, in- cluding 7 changes in the ratings of cent[flU[rig businesses. Cow From Walker Herd Has Record Production The Holstein-Friesian Assoc- iation of America .has announced the completion of an outstanding official production record by a registered Holstein cow in this area. Irvington Princess Cassie 4087879 owned by William E. Walker, Harpers Ferry, produced 15,592 lbs. milk and 541 Ibs. but- terfat in 365 days on twice daily m+,-+-,, ~o ~ a w~r nld. West Virginia University sup- ~'+ 'n~ of produetion as a tart of the of- uc,az u l'u testing programs Eugene Baltimore, pastor, off[c- The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- iating. Burial was mhde in Fair- tot, announced Monday the fol- view Cemetery in Charles Town. lowing schedule of services for Sunday, Jan. 15 and subsequent Mr. Leo Grogan of Charles week-day meetings and events for Town was a supper guest Thurs- St. Thomas Lutheran Church, cor day of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray her Seventh Avenue and North and family. Mildred Street, Ransom The Ser Martinsburg, West Va. Jan. 3- 3t. Important news for new-car buyers- THE'61 CHEVYBRINGS JET.SMOOTH TRAVEL DOWN TO EARTH This is the lmpala 8port Coupe--just one of 0 Jet-amooth Chede~! HERE'S WHAT GIVES CHEVY ITS JET.SMOOTH RIDE-- Fuji Coil suspension--Chevy's one of the Jew cars with a coil epring at every wheel. Precision-balanced wheels --For smoother roUin with lees vibration. Sound-hushing imulation--She metal is carefully insulated against drumming and vibration. 51 built-in "shock absorber~" prices for a luxury ride. That may have been true at one --Cushion th~ cha~is agains~ shock, and shake. Live time, but not any more. Chevrolet's ~M~w body mounting~--Extr~large butyl rubber cushions ride, its roadability, just doesn't take second place to anybody's. Better just circle your dealer's block the first time try a Jet-smooth '61 Chevy. Get anywhere near an highway and he's liable never to see you again, eL What we mean, Chevy's ride whets your yen to traY Wins you over with its delightful coil-spring its hushed comfort and light steering. You find yourself feeling sorry for people who buy higher priced cars, thinking they have to pay premium that further isolate the ride .from the road.Drive one coon and soo. See the new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs ai~d the new Corvette at yowr local authorized Chevrolet WEST WASHINGTON STREET+ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.