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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r,rvar.Rs ADVOCATE 8--A IH[ I{SI AY, JANI!AltY 15, 1959 Tt]IS WEEK'S NEWS IN POH By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone ,17-F-032 tit it Farm Club Meeting with tile formers brother and sis The Summit Point Farm Worn- ~r~l-~A Mt~eira~admiMr~t ~leh# en's Club met on Thursday even- r,:,~r ~, ~ ,, ,, ~':m~ Y~ lng in the lunchroom of the school J ~t' ..... ? "'" ,~"'~,~, "~,:,~'~L ":t"~' ' , s j,~erv/ces for ~,~r. lllUlJi~ll w th fourteen members and guets [ - -~r- 1 ser" ' ........ ~'"'" "~ 'n 11 CI ~LtlIC,~1,~ tr r~w* rP ~erl-axTa ," Vlt;C.', Wczc zlclu ~'v in attendance. The meet~ g was opened wiLh Devotions led by Mrs. tnf]~o,'',v.z ~ s~, ~ ,~.,~-,~a=c~i:'~:'o'~''u~:,':'~~ 2%oI~- Herbe~'t Gibbs. al%er wh;ch .the min I ~" - 2^ . . ~ -- - [] .'" son agea ao whose aeaLn occur- 1 t~tes of the last meeting were read [ ~ ' ~.. '_ '7 .... and approved and the ton was I mc e rUZa Ta avT~'g nSeiem called Several items of business l .'., "' ' "" ' "" :h ~ " "'-'= ';' - " " " el ''" s f r ; wmcn were conclucte(1 Dy L e ~ev ,,,.,~ mscusseo in. uolng plan." o I o,.,,~,~ xxr ~o1' ~oudez were held the club's partm~patmn m t} e i .... " ..... h r-h :- M.rs. Marian .,v,_ye : de . e~ ,. ,..* ~. Char,... m .... County Agen, was in harge om oa%;Tgo','n in Sew of the evening's lesson and gave a 1 ~.. " . " ~ " .~. ..... rehensive demo s" "ion iurieans, ~a. an~ was ~.~ sv. m very romp _. ." . , ~n.'~ra~ _ ]Mrs Paul Thomson of Winchester on ~ne ~a~nng oz qUlCK Dreaos I:,.),"~,~ ,~ M-" .m ....... ~ ..... [] Which later were sampled by .the ~"Y_Y:~'L',~~" ^z" ~.*~.u,~"~'~;..~*~..2~ group I%.,~h ha[ ~ lltcnluel ul ~.,zt*zmv ~:~l~Z.~ul~a* i A social hour followed the lesson, o.v ~..,-, u,~u I ~::""~"~a:::'~ M~r~P::aSrvde~er1~al ~md during this receration and re- " .... Z' .^.5 ^~ . ,,~. ,~.~ ~..~7~ ..~snmen~s were enjoyem . I Sta~es Marine Corps in China dur- Mrs. Wilier Whiting returneo [ :ng World War II home recently from We~ton, W. I Immediate survivors are his mo Va where she had spent severa I her a on Paul J a sister Mrs days at the home of her sistm I:~arrv F Byrd Jr and a brother Mrs. Otho Marsh called ~here by I.~r James ~M 'Thomson of Alex: the death of her brother-in-law [ mdria Va. Also surviving are four during the Christmas holidays. I~unts '/~rs W B Give Mrs J. Mr .... and Mrs George Crim let% ,~.. Bleckin'ridg'e and Misses. Mary i on Sunday for Roanoke, Va. tclmdImogeneThomsonofSummit Alwa: Wait You All of ~,ttend l~he annual meeting of the ] Point Virginia Horticultural Society ] "~ I; I which|sin session at,the Hotml , i-i. t*. a ~ e ] !ties II ,, go. Roanoke from Monday through I l:me, jr. ueTs A. t. Wednesday. [ ~' Mrs. Robert Macoughtry and,. "" '"'"' "-- PHONE 159 : WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. her daughter Miss Shirley Maeou I uegree nr wvu Jan. Zl ghtry were dinner guests on Sat- ] -- urday at the home of Mrs. Ear! i Strictly by co-incidence of cour Grantham in Middleway. , , {e but bt is ironic that Sram Engle' J ~ lt~ ; ~" ~ ~i Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Crosby ] Jr'a grandson (~f the late Mr Sam and. 'their family of Richmond, Val ml" Darke Engle, of the county, ...... '.. , [ will be g aduated , _ ~ l vzsited on Sunday of last week a~ r from West Vir cne home of the tatters sister ant ~- *'--'-~-sih' with an A B de brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Her- [ ~',,22,,2"w~'rln~,~v .,an 21 '~he ,bert Gibbs. Upon %~heir return ] :a~'r~e "dare'in [l~e~'yea~" w'hich the Itan who had been a guest aL the I "~oung" Engle son of Mr and G.lbbs home for the past week. ~ V[rs Samuel i~ngle of Charles Guests on 'rhur~day at the ~" ...... his educat , , , . .'- . - . [ ~,own plans to con,tmue ~om,e o~ wn'. an o mrs. James n: | On at the University of Virginia ~nyaer were the zormer's aunt anof 3r Duke Universlt, y working for IM lttlcle Mr. and Mz's. C. M. Alder o ] ....... "~=ree DRESSED .STINGS . . . l O.Ib. box $1.79 ' ........... U.S. INERt DED GO(i) Mr. and Mzs. Herman Snowden [ u~ m ~ ,m Ae CAMPBELL'S 0t MaI, tinsburg visited recently Iwenonafl LOUflCll UT ~th the ,atter's brother and siste,, VEGETABLE BEEF SOUP - - - - can 39c lh-law Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dun~, ] ~ . . m . ,, and with numerous friends in Lhe[ ~#0C,,0n,,s |ns,,||S Sirli ~n : , Ib [9e 11 Can Potato Soup FREE) ~ebt-ates Birthday ] Members of Wenonah Council Master LeE Ware, son of Mr. ]~o. 92, of the Degree of Pocahon- BLUE STAR MEAT ,PIES - ' 5 8-oz. pkgs. 99c and Mrs. Howard L. Ware Jr. eel ] ~as of Charles Town, met in the ebrated 'his fifth bir,thday by en-[Council Hall in Charles Town. BOOTH'S BREADED SHRIMP .- . 2-1! e,taining a few of his friends at I Jan. 12 and ~a fe~Lure of the me~t Roul td : Ib 9c his home on Thursday evening, ling was the ins%clair|on of new y The youngsters spent an enjoy-to|coted officers. CHUN KING FRUIT ROLLS pkg. 49c able evening a.t the close of which ] New oi'Iicez's installed were: Mrs. Ware served them delicious]Cora Foster, Pocahontas; Ethel ~r~ refreshments in the birthday [Kisner Powhatan; Nettle Bell, We (1 Pkg. e with Each Purchase) heme. Those helping him to cole ]nonah-' Nettle Campbell, Prophet b:~ate the occasion were Ka,~hy,ess" Virginia' Bo~,ers, collector of T B( ,e [ Ib 19c ~ and KarlDeHaven, BeverleyShan[Wa'mpum; Rose Barton, Keeper i HI:W LOW PR[CI:S 'holtz, Bobby Ligh't and his brother [ of .the Wampum; and Mildred Mar 1 Jimmy Ware. ' I shall, Keeper of the Records. The Mr. Skinner PoE ton left on Fri J officers were installed by Deputy TREE SWEET ORAHG~ JUICE. 2 6.oz. cans 47 day for Hopemon.t Saul,tar|urn in [Ann Ware. Terra Alta to visit for a few days a, tthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Hu-, , e. -- Our Beef ms Graded and Inspected by U. S. De- MORTON'S PARKERHOUSE ROLLS- 3 pkgs. $1.00 bert Farrell. WSeS Meeting [ le.erson rarm partment of Agriculture. The Women's Society of Christ- lilt 'l______ 1L----I ~[~~~[~[[~~-.~ fan Service met on Wednesday l W~nlgn near AnOUT evening of last'week a,L the home "'--=, ................ LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE--4 46-oz. cans 99c of Mrs. Robert L. Light wiLh nine g m ~P~P II ....... I_.e---- of the members presen.t. The De-larxm nnmemaKmn HAPPY VALE CUT BEETS - - - 4 cans 99c votions and the lesson "l=tekindling ] ,r,,= ~. =,,=..v ......... the Gift" were led by Mrs. ArnoldI A lesson "Good Food-A Vamily MAXWELL HOUSE Dai,ey after which a brief business , Heritage" was presented by Mrs. FRE !~,~ session was held. A pleasant soc-IG W. Myers Jr. Jefferson County INSTANT COFFEE - - big 6-oz. jar $1.14 tal hour followed adjournment dur [ ~t-H Club Agent for the Jefferson ing which delicious refreshmen,ts I Farm W(~man's Club at a meeting were served by the hos,tess, l Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ray WASHINGTON ASSORTED MIXES ) 10 pkgs. Mr. and Mrs. Creigh.ton Propps IBlackford. and their infant dau..ghter Trina I Mrs. Myers said in her talk, WASHINGTON BISCUIT ) of Fron~t Royal, Va. visited on Mort ] "'Making Good Hot Breads, pan- day at the home of the latter'El tries and cakes is one of the arts CORN MUFFIN. CORN BREAD MIX ) 99c a~nt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Page ] of home making". It is also one of Hinon. Ithe sciences for each ingredlen,t c'~..ra.TC.,'r...,-......r Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of lot the bread plays a special part BaRinkore, Md. were overnight ~ in maklng the food one of high gues,ts on Saturday at 'the home I or low quality. Mrs. Myers gave S D BUTTERSCOTCH CAKE MIX - - 4 pkgs. 99c Of the latter's aunt and un,cle Mr. [ recipes to make bun mixes with and Mrs. Page Hinton. ,demonstrations of as,bandard corn U- . GOVERNMENT GRADE GOOD Mr. and Mrs. Allen T':mbrook ]bread, banana 'bread ,and corn OUR MOTHERS:COCOA - - - 2-lb. box 99c of Baltimore, Md. were overnight [ bread using your own mix. A book guests on Saturday a,L the home of [ report on "Cheaper by the Dozen" the latters brother and sister-in-]was given by Mrs. Murk Wetzel, H IR D S 0 F B E FF LH~BYS PINEAPPLE law Mr. and Mrs, E1wood Ches-[ club educa,tion chairman. She said hire and on Saturday with their i t'he bOok was written perhaps ten AND %llllblkl I~/llUl/ Y, IIlI~II " "l"l~h can 99c DADI:I DIIIT I DIMV hosts were supper guests at the ] years ago, ~but ~bill has a good ~- #~ home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ches|moral and makes interesting read Average Weight 150-Ibs. You Receive the P850NAL IVORY SuAP - - 18 bars 99c hire. On Sunday :the three famil-iing. " FollowingItems Cut to Your Desired Size. ! los spent the day at ~the Ches- I During 'the day Miss Anna Mr- SUPER SUDS--large. boxes - .4 hire family home near Pleasan~|G~rry read a letter from Mr. and " boxes 99c Dale, W. Va. While there Mrs, El-] Mrs. B. Heal~th Holden who are wood Cheshire and Mr. Timbrook |now living zn Cuba reporting t'hey SIRLOIN STEAKS ) LB BOSCUt COFFEE 2 Ib can $1.54 visited with the forrner's mother/are harvesting a ~thousand toma- ahd step-farther. Mr. and Mrs ~toes a day, Akro, young canta- Nomnan Michael in Kirby, W. Va. J!o.pes. Mr. Holden was formerly PORTERHOUSE STEAKS ) " LUZIANNE INSTANT COFFEE - - l-oZ. jar 79c and with her grandfather and Mr. i Agricu}tu~'al Agent in Jefferson Timbrook's father Mr. HunCer,TimICountybeforegoingtoPlorid'a. ROUND STEAKS ) . NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE - big 6-oz. jar $1.11 brook, also of H:aml~shire Coun.ty. | Club dues were collected, year Mr. ,and Mrs. John Henry and | books were dis, tributed,"YourFam ROUND ROAST ) i lrii BORDEN'S INSTANT C ig oz. jar 93c ~he latter's mother Mrs. J. W, [ ly heal,th records" were passed out Drlsh were dinner guests on Sun [by the Health and Nu,trl,t4on Chair S~BLOIN TiP ROAST } 1 = ]1~ C R I S C 0--'5C OFF 3 lb. can 84c day a~t the home of their son-in-I men. Two work shops were plan- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I ned basket weaving and rug mak DUNCAN HINES .... STEW BEEF ) w v Donald WhirLing.ton in Halltown. i ing during ,the .meeting. W. M. S. bleeting ] Eigh~t members received s,pec- FF r The Women's Missionary Soc-|ial recognition for not missing a GROUHD BE ) CAKE MIX--Asso ted pkg. 33c -______ iety of the Baptist cr.hurch met ] meeting in 1958. They were Mes- on Wednesday afternoon of last |~ames Warren Hunter, Ray Black CAMAY SOAP - - 5 bar cello bag 39 week ~t ~he home of Mrs. Lez'oy ford, J. H. Daniels, Lu,ther Rod- Cheshire. The meeting was open-i gorE and David PayEe. Misses An CA'SHMERE ed wi,th Devotions led by Mrs. | na McGarry, Ruth Miller rand Cheshire after whlch an interest-IAl,ice Osbourne. BOUQUET SOAP - - 4 bath size bars 44c lug lesson on California Missions | Mzs. George Pri'tts was welcom- .was presented by Mrs. Owen Swlsled as a new member and Mrs. U, S, G0WRHMEHT GRADED 6001) JRL0 PUDDING .... 5 ,pkg. dn. 29c her. Following a brie,f business ses | Marshall Blackford was a guest, siGn the meetin.g was adjourned [ Miss McGarry conduc.ted ~t ROHT QUARTE[ a.d dolioious refre hmon,ts were| ui . " rain torm'. F PILLSBURY PMICAKE MIX - - 2,..lb.L.bx 33 served by Lhe hoste,~s ,to the sev-/ For the noon covered dish meal on me~rs who wero present. | Mrs. ~dgers. Mrs.'.~rr~s ~om- ~"U. ua~ Oc Miss Lola Mac Gift of Charles| liE and Mrs. Blackford served Average Weight 125 - 140-1bs. You Re- P I L L S B UR Y . . . Town became t:he bride of Mr. | mea,t loaf, coffee. ,tea and cake. Jerry Bane in a quiet ceremony[Memibers add,ing a special dish ceive the Following Cuts. R/IIFRFRRY.......... PANCAKE MIX performed last week in Frederick | and everybody complimented the g. 29c Md. At the present the young|corn bread made 'by Mrs, Myers. ' SHOULDER ROAST ) .[ PILLSBURY BUCKWHEAT MIX - 2-lb. box 35c couple are making their home ] The February meting to be held with the groom's parents Mr. and| ~,t ,the home of Mrs. Cl~arence Mrs. Rogert Bane. , [Pritts Charles Town read at 10:30 RtB ROAST ) " 3-Lb. 49c Miss Kathryn Eye enroute from | a. m. Washington. D. C. to her home in| Laur~t W. Hammond I1]B STEAKS ) ] S P A M .... 12 oz. can 47c Bridgewater, Va. was a visitor on| Club Reporter Monday of last wee the os-| CHUCK ROAST ) [ ROYAL PEPPER - - - . 4 oz. can 19c ,ton home. Miss Eye who is a miss] ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ ~onary in the Belgian Congo in| f,~ca is on furlough from her/ READ THE CLASSIFIEDS GROUND BEEF } [ P A G E duties there and is spending the| time taking study courses ~nd | TODAY |s the TOMORROW we STEWING BEEF ) FREESTONE PEACHES - 4 No. 2 V~ cans 1 filling speaking engagements. [ thought about YESTERDAY. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light andl son Bobby spent Sunday visiting READ THE CLASSIFIEDS !