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OF JEFFERSON VARMeRS ADVOCATE H r andFerMrr " LaceOcn dw rds ne egleaCtnedd dpre dent peneeed 1 5r- o--A s by Mrs. S. C. Glassford. Mrs. G. , JANUARY 15, 9 o Mxs. George Deihl of Charle ................ "~ ~ Town were dinner guests at the w. Myers le9 vne lesson, ~,oou home of Mr and Charles . Brown in Shenandoah Junction on --~:-=--7 ........ . ..... -.-o-- :' - AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN Sunday [ann paKing corn Dreaa from a Gas " " .~,~ "T ,,o ~o ,~,~, ~f near Bol ic home mix. The finished product .................... . - [was sampled by the members who I FR$ FFRRY AH I E%lltllh ivar has been very much indispos- D DULIYAn L,:u.ering wi,th an mfected lea lVowm::YtehingmStih f:nfrfmbus ~:uy~.._. ........... [[hess and recreation by Mrs Tho _, , m , , .... Mrs. w. u. l~au ol bnver ~prlng, " G. E. weDb lelepnone Z4DZ Md. is visiting her son and daugh- lnicaoS2age~hreRsthmeeh~St?nS~er~fdde ~__ ter-in~law Mr. and Mrs. Robert I o ed the social ;n ur " Stuart near Bolivar. J y ' o , . . Sno~den of Bolivar Mrs Elmer Reader in Frederick, , The extreme coldweather ho~rr I heT:et~br~e m~eI~rn: I~Ie~btr~ ~*'^r~ - - i- ' ~ Md " namperea work on Tne home io ~ ~. " ~w ea as oelng qu ~e h Ulson l~t~e D Mr and Mrs C E Garten spent Che Aged dunng the past mon~ . I nt in Newton ..... .......... ~t I Make a note of this date'. Sat- ~l~l k n with their son in law "me pms~ermg wmcn 'was ~ne ne in this column last [ the wee e d , " " ..... ' " ~ ~. ..... ost I urday, Jan. 24 when the ladies of ~rnoved ,to Walter Reed ] and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ]o~ ~o oe .cone jus~ nan .moe p l the Methodist Church will serve t Washington D. C. on Thompson and their li.~tle son in ,pone.a.un.m ~ne weamer :is wang? [ supper in the annex of the church aa . 'm !.~,,~ud~ert~n Pa ,possinly m ~ne early sp~m~, v ' .... r f " Y. He is showmg ~...-, ..~ .... .......... ....... f i a,~ o p. m. "l'urzey o riea oy- during 'the past few Mrs. Mary Holloway continues ever, many srn.ail joo_sno~,~a__~Yare [sters$1 25 for adul,ts 60c for -uite ill at ~he home of her dau leor~ea oy we~mer ~xmu~,u,'~ = e , ,.c: B. C. S of d~he Bolivar I ~,hter Mrs. John Haefer. Her sons ~eing completed. " ~ ~ ~ U m I IF 1 ~ I cm~I~rennd Mrs. Lee Brown and Chm~ch held their mort- ~ Messers Ernest and Sam Holloway ~ , , ,... ~ ~| rl ~ | | | 4~ [ Town called upon Mr. and Mrs. , at the home of Mrs of Chabt~,nooga "renn spen~ a iew U 1 U U ~,l - = I Panl 1~in~ Tne.~dav evenin~ " ' ' gllm ......... (" ...... ~ ........ ~" "ford on last Monday [ days las week wt the Haefer home II I r u the great cr#ppler I ~t a good ~ttendance. to be with their mother. , . -- . . ,re Mrs. Ercel Ruther-I Mrs. Ralph Oden spent Sunday By Mrs. Charles Adams Its rough for a boy to be~n constant pare. Joe ~s on/y l R A K F R T fl M rs. Louise Fri.~ts.land Monday in City Hospital i,n .... ~ ...... eight but he has arthrit{s and he looks to you ~or help, I *. ==v =, ~s R~bertMorganof[Martinsburg undergoing treat- .l~ne~lpponr'arm~uo vvomen ......................... ~:::::::: .................. ::::::::::::~:!::c.:~:::::~:!::!:i:~:i:i~:~:i:~: ~ :i ] My Miss Margaret Houser ~d. :and Mr. Wesley [ment and observation. She will en- mes ..a~ ~n.e aGree o~ ~f~: ~v,.*..~. i::iTi|l:~i :::::l|:l~i:: i ~i::::ii::ii~|mm~::: I tshington were Satur-['ter the hospital for major surgery .~aams ~:rmay nlgn~ a~ :~:~u w~n ]nema n ur u[ms [ ~~ ,nd X#,~rt. W,~nd~ of ~ay,guests respective- [ma few weeks: ..... n~ wa ca order by the Dres i ~WIA~::::G~A~E~::: ~[~E$ .... ~: .... [ Washington D C M~ss Ehzabeth i_ __s __lled .to .............. ..... ~| ........ ~ .... ....... ~me vfMr ann Mrs l-cain is much neeaea mrougn- ~ - . - - -,----:v,~ :~--~=-:~.~::::::::::-: :::.::::::,:::: :. ::::::::::: :: .: , ' W f [ ...... ~.,+ ~r,.e ~ ..... T,aRUa with the ..................... : ................ ................... ....................................................................... I Webb and Mr Dawd ebb o '" . I out this entire area. ~Jnly ~wo n~ ~ ,~o ,v,~e~ao,~+ ~r,~ r',har]a~ A~ms ~ I Ranson and Mr and Mrs J W ~rt Jr ho recentl [ rains have fallen in several mon- :"~. ~" .... .,,,..~ ....... - ..... .....- , ... . , :'. ': , . W Y " ' i ann ,hE,in a v'lanangan were guests OT ~Mr. ann U. S. Service has re- ths ,and the rivers are very low ~ea.a~ng aevo~ on . g - nett. i and Brenda and the host and hos| x~o x~ n uro,o~ .~ ,~..~o,,,.~o. wt Jackson, S. C. after] and man cisterns ~re about deple- 9~me~summary.I seven women.o] Mothers Maroh on Polio will be [ tess, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longer- | ",,~'~" ...................... tWelve day leave with I,ted in Bolivar and surrounding ~ne ~mie w.mcn she snowea co)orheld on January 28 by ,the Women I beam and son Donald Glen. / ~'~'.'"T...~ ,~. ~Ph~m,~ C~r~mor / K n from a leaaln . ~,*-. ,~,,,, "*~ .................... in Harpers Ferry. Dur territory. ,h,,,,.hPlC~ures ~a e ...... : ....... g of ,the Rippon Farm Womens Club Mr. and Mrs. Tom V~ands of|nf Fl--deri~k Ud visited Mr and ~- a~t ~he home of his [ Death Of Mr Mullen '%"-~-?~'-~-'-.~f~-= ~-~-~f .~--~-: who will collect on that day. Make ] Mannings called ~a% the no,me o~ | ~vIrs IVI-~D-VCelsh'Jr on Sunday er was mrs. ~wanan ~xy~r~ w,u L r o ire Mr and Mrs. J. T. LongerDeam ..... br~ther-:lni!aw and[ Mr. Amos "Victor Munen, 77, ,taught members how to make as:taron yo,ur calenda t g afternoon / Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan and ~,~1 l~lrS W~lllam l%OO . W'iI~ ~b,~vy ~,wa~ v ...... ,7 s0ns of Har ers Ferr were ~un ~ontgocnery Alabama]dmd athl? home near H illsboro, [quick and delicious corn bread. " ...... i Mr and Mrs. T. E. Lake visited[ ' .... aY, ,~ ~o:: ,, ........ ' ~ '~ / yR. on ~a~uraay aider a long lU- banana bread .and brownies These .. , = =m ~ ,= , I x#, ~,a ~r~ R"lnh Shi~ and/'~ m~o~ u. ~v,,o. ~,,,',~ ~u~,~=. ~tn~~E~2~,2 / ness. A retired carpenter he was [.breads were served with refresh- ~ A I I | || W M [ Mrs ~Fanni'e'Shi~)e of Shepherds- / and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding v.. --'--~ o, %,;~w,~,, .... |,born on J.anuary 27, 1882, a son of ments later in he evening af,ter El ~ L L 1 ~ || |~ [,~own on Sunda,7 afCernoon | ann son. ,~ur.over ~nree years[~the }ate Samuel P. and Mary F. I commit~ee reports the meeting ............. /~ - ........ :~ ~,~ ~m-n| Mr. Roy Hoffmaster wno is on ~ me u ~ ~ ~cowe Dy ~SS uoromy ~wem ,w, a,~, ,,.-~ .,. " .... t~he sick llSt has lm roved some :at Nor~1~ Va" sr~n't[-F.rye Mullen_ The fazmly had been[was turned over to the rece.ration [and "daughters" Z~henandoah| ' .. " .. " - ~ " :p - . .'. .... "'==' _ r~"."_ I Jiwng near ~tiusooro ~or zne pas~ I leader Mrs Charles Adams ~n the ------- . . - l ,,,,~,~,~ o~ ~rr ~ ~r~ ~-~r=e [ ~v~r. nugn ~arper WhO is on me ~b ~ne ~. ~. weoo] eleven vears l ~:h~n.,~ nf" ~rr~ ~'nrvev T#~nan Mrs Gentry L. Muse ann oaugn | ~y,,-.~ ........ ; ..... :~" ~'e'~'~[ sick list shows some improvement tar .................. | Survivors "are his. wife, Mrs. [JrTw"l~o is emp]oye-'d-I~y'the--G-en-: t er,_Miss_,pa, tri~cia Muse and Mr./~aoOr~SOnsitea~"MrS'anc~'Mrs.'-~'~:| Mr. Carl. Hill and Mr* .F.A. ,~: ,, ~u ~u~.~u~ u, O~/Dora V R Mullen" ~en children I erRl TeleT)hone Co Mrs Joe CeD ticnarct offnnson oI ~.eesnurg, va. | - --- ~:,,~,~o, " [ Hill mo~orea ~o wihcnes~er va on ~e s~p will take on [ Daniel H. Fair fax: Va.; Arthur, [ e]lca wTas~'~h'e'~vinn'er-of" t-he ga~e were visitors Wednesday. evening/'warao~Yman n~a=e~)~, of Wash | Friday. ,u~ys ~or a ~our o~ me|cocoa Beach Florida" V~ctor of ] and won a useful ~ift Mrs Ray- with the formers son ann oaugn-/. *?' ~-~'~.-"~" -~. ~';~-" ......... /" Raleigh Moler Edgar Mills Bud ~,~ne younges~ son ol ' ' - - ~ " ' - " r , rs Alton ~lng~on l.~. t~. spenb .~ne wec~vnu ' . . ' r, .......... [Stevenson Va.; Lloyd of Adel-]mond Myers serving on the recrea ter-m-law, M. and M . [ ...... ~, ~ ........ ,~ ~,#, o,~ ~,r. |Cogle and George Kidwller who donn i, Mills OI .' ~ wvb~ ~,~-. '~.~.~.,~o *.~-. .~---~ ....... "" .~ , hla Md Geor e Mrs Jane Wa- " " ecret Muse _ have employmen,t in Baltrmore M P , ., g , .tlon commibtee gave out s am a eb ., d. a~rs. Mills Is ~ne [ then land Mrs Jean Lacey ,of Wash [o,~- -,f~" r~licim,~ refresh Mrs. Martin Grimes ofCharles]S G g y. ]Md spenlt the weekend at their lleen " r " '~" ~"~ ..... ...... - " " Webb of Bohva .|i,nrton D C Mrs Helen Elliotti-,o~f ............ ,~ ~,, *ho ~~. Town and Mrs. Charles Grey ,were/ Mr. and Mrs. Frankle Longer-/homes here. ~._~otts of Engle spent| Winchester, Va.; Miss Eva Mullen les m Frederick, Md. Thursday even-[ beam and dau{~hter Tracey visited| B~lly Watson of Baltimore, Md. ,~'~ weez at the nomeiof Paris France" Miss Joan Mul- I :-o* ~. -~.. ~"r -~d Mrs Char ing on business. [ the lathers parents mr...and Mrs.[ spent part of last week at the . ~0tts. [ len ~t 'home" 14 grandcl-~i]dren l,~ ~:~ ..... ,o~o~ +~o,. ~' o,~ Mrs. Elmer Wright and Miss [ Davia ~ougn oi ~erryvhle. va. on[ home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eich v ' . ....... .... ....................... ~ da Sunda afternoon Waiters [ and two great-grandchildren" mx I ~, ......... ~ ~o ~ .... ~amsellDorothy Bowers ,_pent WednesY [ Y - | leberger and family. ldent of Bolivar | sisters-Mrs. Lillie Thompson of [~er:t~t~av" ~'a "di'n'n~er'~at the ~fternoon in Winchester, Va. [ Mr. and Mrs. Fittman Russell[ Mr. and Mrs. John Dandurand Waiters 75 born in] Leesburg Va." Mrs. Mary Schnei- [ ~. .... ~ ~'~r#-nd Mrs H~'~or =oreMr. Paul Trussell of Chambers- [ of Winchester, Va. visited the lat-[ of Montreal, Quebec, Canada who ' ' '. .............. ....... the eke d with ear Harners Ferry and|der of Washington; Mrs. Lloyd ]~^,, ~., ~,,..~ xu.+..~ burg, Pc. spent we n . ~,ters parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E.| spent last week at the home of he .late Mr and~l~rs [Carle of Hya.ttsville, Md.; Mrs. ~=~.~.~ "~."'.".s ".=~f'-_ _. ~ ,his parents and brother Mr. anal Wil.tshire ,on Monday. |:her parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell ~ters died very sudden|~VIaxie Shumaker, Hagerstown. |. Mr. an.a. w~rs. Jonn ~.a.cKley ann Mrs. Harry Trussell and Mr. A1-[ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson[ Best is now visiting her brother Ome ~,, ~o.~.~o Uo,t. |Md.; Mrs. Anna Young; Chursh-[zour cmm.ren Jay, Mmm, ,~'eggy bert Trussell. ] and daughters Sherry LOu Beth[ and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. " =~ ~nd Charlotte of Berrywlle were , , , Wednes~ay~'n'igh~ta?:| ton, Md. Mrs. Virginia Lamond of / . .,.~ .. Mrs. Rose Courtney and grand- Ann and Linda of Martinsburg| B~bby Best and son in Washing- ~unflay alnner guesuswlun aar Wing finished a tele lAlexandri:a, Va.; ~hree .brothers,| . ...... ' . . " daughters, Misses Patsy and Bar and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meadows|ton. Mrs. Reed Powell and dau- ann mrs ~n~ries Aoams ann aau ersation Wplh ~ friend'.| David W. of WO~berville, ZSJ:ch." |... " bara Ahalt of Ranson WS,lted her and son of Bolivar were Sunday| ghter of Leesburg, Va. who also ~o~se~'ssb~n~fn~aM~sdw~itn{~Jf~l~;h{~n~e~miwp~a~.ethfN.~::~.~Mr.daau~teM~n~l~rB~t ,~lyi:~anh:a~ddMMaUA:b:o:y~M~./nd ~M{:~OWdMMr endy ~:~d~s:eWjy/~pente~Stne~e~kon~el!h her parents eD son Nelson Curtis|les Phlneral Chapel until Monday/day visi.tors with her parents Mr. ry McKee ,an'd daughter also of of Washi'ngton, D.C. "/ ~l| ~ll=r~ ir'*lr~ll~/In 'or Sprin~ Md ,three J and funeral services were held],and Mrs. Hayward Boyd. Ranson were dinner guests of Mrs. Mr..and Mrs. Jim Wiitshire and[ ..... Mr and rs Orville DeHaven . . w===--=== ~=,v--=. Leona ~t~ ,~f ~=~[from there with the Roy. C.W.] M . McKee s parents, son Michael of Ranson ,and Mr. County,, Mrs. Howard Lloyd . officiating,. Interment was:. and. two children. Gaff and. Ron- M-.r ,snd Mrs Wallace Ott and and Mrs. Elore Wenner and son BY Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ear Sharpsburg Mrs |,made m St. Paul s Cemetery, Pmnt nle were dinner guests with Mrs. family of Millville visited the .for Freddie ~Lee of Lovettsvllle, V~. 2um'berland, M~i'. Fun: J of Rocks, Md. . . ~'. B" DeHaven near Summit 'mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Ber- visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilt: Randall Staubs celebrated his ~. were held from the| Harold Shaner, nebter Known v~r~. ........ nard Ot~ Saturday evening, s'mre on Tuesaay. ninth birthday on Friday evening rl~ F to his many friends as "Jakie" has ~.as~ weanesoay n.ign~ ~v~rs ~w P 1 ~ with a art ven him by his mo uneral Home and ~ _ ......... A/2c and Mrs aul Mll s, Jr ........... P y gi _ Was priva, te Mr and / enlisted in .~he U. S. Navy ~for four 1~. A, dams ann mrs. unarms Aoams ~of Glen Bernie Md. are spending II r, m-. I" ~ tU ILl ther Mrs. Hazel Staubs. Those were Buddy Ware, Agriculture and joyed cake, muffins, candy, pop- WalCer Jenkins mother Mrs. Jane spent a few Cora Icenhower in C. Langemak of Evan- returned hoxn~ after ut ten days with her 1. J. Steinbrum. Mrs. a music ,teacher in s in Chicago. Barker of Harpers sed her home for .the ' the winter months tg With a niece Mrs. In Charles To~vn. tful alter flowers in VIe thodist Church on morning were given . C. S. in memory of of the Church. Horn of Harpers' some time with ark Horn and fam- Harold would be glad to hear from chester Hospital. Next month she Sunday evening with her sister his friends. His address is: Harold will be 91 years young, and uncle Miss Elsie Edwards and Lee Shaffer S. R. 524-54-05 Corn- Little Millie Kackley of Berry- Mr. Frye Mercer in Halltown. pany 7. Recruit Training Corn- ville is s,pendlng this week wi,th Circle Meeting and, Great Lakes Ill. her cousin Martha Adams. The January meeting of the Harold is :the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Myers, ,two childrenPresbyterian Circle was held Mon Mrs. Leslie O. Hollis of Bolivar, Judy ,and Kent of Pikes[de spent day evening at the home of ~he W. Va.-Harpers Ferry P.O. Sunday w~,th her parenCs Mr. and Chairman, Mrs. N~thaniel Grey, Mrs. J. E. Wolfe con'tinues very Mrs. Robert Anders vchile her bus- Jr. with ten members and tnv0 vis much indisposed at her home on band Glen attended the auto show itors pre'sent. Mrs. Lester Moler Camp Hill. Her daughter Mrs. H. in Washington. opened ~he meeting with prayer. E. Benjamin of Silve'r Spring is Sunday dinner guests with Mr. The Secretary, Mrs. Marshall staying with her mother, and Mrs. H. O. Wilt were Mrs. McAboy had roll call and several ,Miss Maude Harrison of Sandy Clipp, Mrs. Alma Stonesifer and announcements were made by the Hook was ,a visitor for a short Miss Grace Stonesifer of Charles chairman. ,time a,t the home of :her cousin Town. Mrs. Lester Moler, Bible :teach- Mrs. G. E. Webb on Monday even Miss Pat Heflebower s~)ent Fri- er, reviewer the lesson entitled, _g_ day and Saturday wi%h Miss "Bob- "Gird Up Your Minds" taken from inMr. and Mrs. Cyrus Cavalier re hie" Hd~gh~ ~hen Monday Bobble Peter 1:1-2. A~ter several finch'- turned 'home last week from Seat spent the night with Pat. eial reports, Mrs. William Hoak tle, Washington where they visi- Glad .to repor Mrs. J. L. Chap- closed the ,meeting wi.th 'prayer. ted .the latters mother. They made man is improving ,after being in During the soci'al ~hour, the ~hostess the trip ,both ways by plane from bed. VisLtors this week with her assisted by her daughters served Washington, D.C. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake,delicious refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beal and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harris and Visitors Monday evening at ~the three children of IAberytown, Md. family. Mrs. Horace Hill of Char- home of Mr. and Mrs. David Pen were Sunday visitors at ,the home ,los Town, Mrs. Lulu Castle of Ha- ,well and family were Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Reno Eaton. gerstown and Mr. Lu,ther Ben- Theodore Penwel,1 and Tavnily. Mrs. Earl Poacher and Mrs. Ed- win Clevenger were in Hagers- town, Md. Sunday where Chey visi ted ~heir uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, the latter being quite ill in the hospital there. Thirteen were presen~ and en- joyed a 4-H Party Wednesday ev- ening at the home of Miss Sharon Clevenger wi~h Mrs. Thornton Wil% as leader of ,the group. Mrs. Alec Costello attended the Frederick County Science Teach- Eben Friars and of near Bolivar with Mr. and er's ,meeting in Frederick, Md. Tuesday evening. COTTON CHENILLE M:s. Alton Muse ,and Mrs. Win ,Low erd Bowers visited Mr. and Mrs. Loop BED for Sj Doug Bowers and family in Bol- ivar Wednesday evening. SPREADS , $ VALUE LOW PRICE REGULAR $3.98 LOW ' M ILLV FULL OR TWIN SIZE. By Miss Dorothy Lake Miscellaneous Shower , Mrs. Eugene Whittington gave a miscellaneous shower on Friday P.M. for $ .00 Cotton Low Loop $ t.67 evening in honor of her sister 0 R D S R U G S =~= Mrs. Gary Johnson. Potato chips, LOW PRICE REGULAR $1.98--34 x 50 LOW 'PRICE OF LATE TUWES. Kiddies Flannel Lined JEANS REG. $1.29 VALUE. LOW PRICE Iron TURE $3.98 LOW PRICE " TV SEATS - STANDS ,CHARLES TOWN STORE mints, nuts, cake and pop was ser ved ~to Mrs. Oscar Day, Mrs. Floyd Milton and James Lilla, Mrs. Mack Hooe, Mr. ,and Mrs. Paul Ranalli and family, Mr. Melvin Lilla. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Shirley Frazier, Mrs. Leste/~ John son, Mrs. Martin Glaize, Mrs. Lula Ranalli, Mrs. Ellis Johnson, Mrs. Edwin Pope, Mrs. Robert ,Ott' Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam, Mrs. Harry Longerbeam, Mrs. Nelson Whittington, P~t. and Mrs. Gary Johnson and the hostess Mrs. Eug ene Whittington. Mrs. J. T. Longerbea,m served a turkey dinner on Sunday at her home in honor of her son Harry. Those helping him cele- brate ffhe occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Granvel Longerbeam ~nd children Granvel Jr., Clayton and Faye of Shenandoah Junotion, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam ,and children Donna Jean and l~andy of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and daughter Tracey Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam and children Tommy, IAnda, Diana ::Cathy and Mrs. D oqglas Keli and: clzildren Dick[c, Sandra 314 Gardening; Geraldine Fritts, Home Economics; Vv'ayne Brewer, Leadership and Rural Electrifica- tion; David Bel4, Dairy and the Clu~b-Health. The Leetown Farm Womens Club will meet Wednesday, Jan- uary 21 at the home of Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger,~ irt Charles Town at 10:30. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr will be co-'hostess. Mrs. Marian Myers will give a demonstration on bread m~v~rs.~B. H. Riddleberger 0f Char los Town was a caller Wednesday a, fternoon ~t the home of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Charles Willis was in Char los Town Friday a, fternoon and called on Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger and also on Mrs. Fred McCauley. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr spent Thursday in Charles Town wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr. The Womens Society of Christ- ian Service of the Leetown Moth odist Church will meet Friday night, January 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sagle. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Hag- erstown, Md. visited Saturday ev ening with the formers mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Thomas Owens spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank POT ell in KearneysviHe. Mrs. Randolph_____ Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grove of W,inchester spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jennings. Mrs. M. S. Grantham returned to Silver Spring, Md. Friday after spending a month with her bro- ther Mr. J. M. Shaull. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Magaha drove to Chewsville, Md. last Sun day and visited Mr. Carol Pauls- grove. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Crim left Sunday for Roanoke to attend the Virginia Horticul- ture Convention being h~Id at the Roanoke Hotel Sunday through Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Abshire vis [ted the formers mother Mrs. Ella Abshide and ,brother Ernest Ab- shire in, Gerrard~town Sunday. They were glad to find the senior member of ~he family quite well. Miss Jean Ewing of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mrs. James Haler. Mrs. Earl Grantha~n entertained Saturday ~t a dinin~g. Her guests were Mrs. Amon Grantham, Mrs. Marshall Engle, Mrs. Randolph Barnes, Mrs. R. L. Macoughtry md Miss Shirley Macoughtry. Mrs. Bane Brown is spending ;he weekend with her grandson Bane Schill. Club Meeting The Wizard Clip Farm Wom- en's Club met Wednesday after- noon at the home of Mrs. J. V. Kite Jr. "Shadyside Farm". Thirteen members were present and two guests Mrs. George. Sch- neider of Charles Town and Mrs. Roy Tompkins of Summi~t Point. The latter was welcomed as a new member, Mrs. Donald Schill, ,the AT THE CIRCLE,IN RANSON .... i :!UALITY M[ATS hgham Fresh PORK SHOULDERS lb. 3Gc ESSKAYS QUALITY BEEF-- SIRLOIN STEAKS .... -- - - lb. 79c CUBE STEAKS . . lb. 69c FRESH F YING CHICKENS . . lb. 29c ESSKAYS BACON-Lean Sun Up lb. 49c CORKIflLL FRANKS .-- .-lb. 49c ESSKAYS SAUSAGE lb. 49c FRESH FISH, OYSTERS AND SALT LAKE HERRING ESSKAYS VACUUM PACKED COLD CUTS Bologna, Olive Loaf, Pepper Loaf , or Pickle and Pimento Loaf--- . , your choice--4 for 99e Spmed Luncheon Meat ) Cooked SalomI ) pkg. each Ambolo Sausage ' ) 33c Barbecue Loaf ) Frozen Foods - Chicken, Turkey and Beef Pies, 5 for 99c TV Dinners, Beef, Turkey & Chicken 59c Everfresh PEAS - - - 2 for 33e Everfresh Fordhook LIMAS, 2 for 35c Esskay% Chicken ' Backs and Necks - 5-1bs. o9c FRESH VEGETABLES TOMATOES---VIne Ripe - - lb. 29c Pink Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 3 for 19c POTATOES, No. 1, B Size - 50-1bs. 79c - ---- Nestles 6 Tall Pet Calls Carnation Octagon LAUNDRY SOAP, 2 bars 21c RINSO WHITE - - large box 35c F A B ..... large box 34c V E L ..... large box 34c corn and potato chips. Randall re ceived some nice gifts including a new bike from Dad and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and M I LK.... family and Mrs. Leona Staubs spent Saturday and Sunday with Belmont 6 Tall Mr. and Mrs. Chester Billman and family in Carlisle, Pa. Mrs. Staubs henneys 'ans remained with her daughter and . ~. .~ family for a few weeks visit. PIMENTO CHEESE - - 2-lb. box Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniels and daughter of Chestnut Hill PARKAY MARGARINE - - lb. 29c were Friday evening visi,tors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs. DANDY MARGARINE - - 2-1bs. 39c Pfc. Gerald Buford returned to BEACH NUT COFFEE - - lb. 79c Camp Eustis, Va. altering spend- ing a furlough with his wife Betty Kwks PANCAKE FLOUR, 2 boxes 29e and his ,parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle, his wife returned to FLUFFO SHORTENING - l-lb. 33e 'basic with ,her husband to spend sometime. SPRY SHORTENING - - 3-1bs. 83c Mrs. Maude Eyerhart was a din ner guest wi~h her son and fam- ily *Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and family. Mrs. Annie Grove has been quite ill and on ,the sick list. Mrs. Harry Dinterman and dau ghter Vivian Kay returned to the home of her parents Mr. andV E L - - - giant size box 81c Mrs. Clen Piper from the hospital PALMOLIVE, bath size, - i :for 24c on Tuesday. Both are doing fine. Mr. Pa l Staubs of Neersville. CASHMERE, bath size - - for 23c Va. was a caller with his brother and family Mr and Mrs. Vernon Lustre- Cream SPRAY NET - - 99c Staubs on Wednesday nigh~. ($2.00 VAI,UE) Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs were visi tors with Mr and Mrs. TOILET TISSUE - - 16 rolls $1.00 Paul Staubs in Neersville, Va. on ThurSday and Friday. C 0 F F E E .... Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick Md. was a caller on Sunday with Wilkins " ) Mrs. Hazel Stau'bs and family. ) Mr and Mrs Robert Bracke tBoscul , lb. 83c of Virginia were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Orove on Sun- Chase & Sanborn ) day evening. Quite an excitemen~t on Monday Maxwell COFFEE - House lb. 79c night ,when the Harpers Ferry ,fire S U G A R - - - - 5-1bs. 53c truck with several cars following came U'p through our little town- ESKO SHORTENING' - 3-1bs. 69c looking for a fire. Sorry for %hisI mistake But thanks for oming SUPER SUDS - - large box 23c Please don't play pranks on our friend. Be surebefore you call. PET DOG FOOD - 12 cans for $1.00 Mrs. Maggie Longerbeam who has been spending somehime with a son Harry i,n Chestnut Hill is now living wi,th another son Rob- ert in our commumty. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price, Mrs. Oladys Gift and 'son Virgil motor edandtO Baltimore, Md. on Sunday OLD FROTHINGSLOSH. - .--_ 83c viisted Pvt. WallaceGift. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman FORT PITT ALE 85C and children of Middleway were Sunday visitors with the latters VALLEY FORGE .... 87 RodgersParents andMr' family.and Mrs. Captain G U N T H E R ...... 87c Mr. and Mrs Vernon Staubs S C H L I T Z .-.:- .... $1.25 were visitors Martinsburg on Tuesday. STORE HOURS.--7.30 A. M. to 10 P. M. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler spen, t Wednesday night and Thursday gh ~ day with her mother Mrs Ethel M0n Thr0u Salt ay. Buzzard and .family and re:turned tO Baltimore, Md. on Thursday THE BEST SAVINGS ARE CAStl SAVIHGS! evening after spending 'the week in Martinsburg and a short %rip (Quantity Rights ResorTed) %hrough Virginia. POO : NO 6 Pack Throw Away B ttles. Charlotte, N. C.-Thirty candid- ALL POPULAR BRANDS ates were ready for baptism by immersion when the pastor an- nounced the ceremony would have ALWAYS PLENTY OF FREE PARKIHG to be postponed. Someone had forgotten to fill thc baptismal pool.