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8o~ AND SOCIAL Robert Knott Cullen Johnson To Be Principal Speaker For Farm Credit Meeting Morgan have of ,a son Fran born in Hospital on 14. The infant second son. Their years of age. Evans, rec- iscopal in Shep- W. Ware have They at- ot ~he Executive at Sand- Wheeling. kie" Puss who work at Shepherd end of the .first Phone 3983 has been in She went to at of Mrs. Netta a, sister o,f the late sary celebration was used on the speakers. Red and white carnat- ions were used on the other tables. The flowers were arranged by Mrs. Max Derr. Other Personal Items 'Mrs. Sam SEkinner is a surgical patient in Johns Hopkins Hospi- tal in Balti,more. She is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. Reverend ,and Mrs. Owen Worn her work as teacher of firsL grade in Shepherdstown ,Elementary School after being out for several days due to illness. Mrs. John Lowe,Jr.. substituted for Mrs. :' ::, ~i:': ;~'. ::~.i.,.~ i"',!'i, .~i:~. , , ' I-Ienry and family a% the Bloom-SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON W~M~S cry. Mr. Melvin Pritts visited l~is unI THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1959 ADVOCATE 7--B cle Mr. Adam Ott in the Charles Town Hospital one day last week. return home with %'he Harris ,faro her mother Mrs. Chapman and to visit also ,their other son and faro- , fly Roy B. Harris Jr. and famlly~ of Byrd Orchards. ~Sunday callers with Mr and II after s ndin the weekend t y pe g Mrs. Robert Frye were Mr. Sy~ves- wlt2~ their son George B. Harris ter Frye of Bethesda, Md.. Mr and and family of Byrd's orchards Mrs Charles Stokes and Mr and -- - - ---- .... - Mrs" Robert Fr e and son Bobb Mrs. June Aaams, ~wo cmloren . Y ~ ' Y Franklin and Debbie visi,ted with of Brunswim~ Md , : . ' . . - reMros~ Ha~e:ah~rl~v~s:Yv:h~d- vJUn~SrnPdar~tsn~rfa~idyMdSc1Oear- ow' an~d Mr Don" brook Sunday. bourne of Leet n . - ald Hovermale of Catonsville, Md. i Weekend visitors in the home of were Sunday callers ~vith Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman was Mrs. Bert Viands. ,their son-in-law Roy B. Harris ;Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and and his son and family Mr. and two little daughters of Harpers Mrs. Roger Harri sand daughter Ferry and Mr. Donald Hover- Angela all of Raphine who had male of Catonsville, Md. spent ,the come to see Mr. Harris's wife who day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. At has been here over a week due to bert Viands Jr .and family at the the illness and hospitalization of Bloomery. Mr. Sublette Chamblin of Ran- son was a caller with his sister Mrs. Robert Frye and family on Saturday afternoon. Home Of "Over.The.Top" Feeds Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 73 & 74 Alvy It. Eber,ole, MIp'. WE STOCK AND SELL Bowers. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Culver of Sil ver Spring spent the weekend at the home of the farter's .parents Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Hendricks. Carroll R. Jones, a former res- ident of the S'hepherdstown area and who has been spending the winters in Florida has purchased .property in Florida City. He will make ~hat his permanent home. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose ack and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wo- Born to Mr. and Mrs. George mack of Baltimore, Md. spent Sun day evening at the home of Mr. Burkhart, Jan. 21st, in the Char- les Town General Hospital, a fine and Mrs. Forrest Caton. Mrs. baby boy. This is their 12th child Owen Womaek, the former Miss and ,they now have six boys and Lillian Catch remained here to six girls. spend a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clegg of at Capon while her husband is attending a Baltimore, Md. visited Mrs. Ruth meeting in Buck Hill Falls, Pc. Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Nickell Welty and sons last Sunday. and son Ricky arrived today at the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and home of the latter's parents Mr. daughter visited Mrs. Daisy Miller and Mrs. R. M. Knott, Molers near Dargan, Md. on Sunday. , Cross Roads. The Nickells are mov towing back to Fal'ls Church, Virginia Mrs. Kathryn Haines of Hall- n Chapter Or from Orlando, Florida. Mr. Nick- !town, Mr, James Zombro of Balt- ~r served the tur ell will be employed as a electrical :imore, Md., Mr. Neale Ambrose and son Larry of Charles Town e 50th annlver- engineer at the Melpar Company visited Mr. and Mra. H. C. Am- mrg Chapter No. in Falls Church and will begin his Iasons The cel- work there February 3. brose on Sunday. i in the ~Nar Me Mr J. C. Fleming has returned Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and on last Thursday to his home here from Newton D. daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker Hospital where he was a Ports in Shepherdstown on Satur- ,Program was pre medical patient for .a few weeks, day night. Mr. Potts has been on "Invocation-Rev. Miss Alice Reinha~ offJnl~nfn the sick list for the past two aCal Seleotions- ton, Va. is a med'ca p ' n ~ weeks. nan, accomoan-Sibley Hospital in Was 'ngto , . Mrs. Ruth Clegg, Mrs. T. W. ;er Knott; His- C. Miss Reinhart is a former res- Welty and son Wayne visited Mr. }urg Ohapter-A [ident of the Molers Cross Roads Marvin Ratcliff in Finksburg, Md. ?r- J ug t rei : on Sunday aced officers and John Skinner who is the ruralonMrS'the Annieslck listMitchellthis week.has beenMr. I mail carrier has been ill for two Rodney Engle is still housed in. carnations were I weekS. Max Derr has been deliv- Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and mvelty arran-]ering ,the mail for Mr. Skinner. daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. K. lch was very I Mrs. Ray Bowers, the former Bush near the Ore Bank on Sun- 50th anniver- l~iss Janet Knode, has resumed day afternoon. Mrs. Mamie Martirt of Charles NEW RUG CLEANING SERVICE. RUGS AND CARPETS WITHOUT Town spent the weekend at her home here, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Avey and son of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Penwell and baby of Kabletown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. Mrs. Morris Pope of Halltown and sister Mrs. Alger of Va. vis- = ited Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mrs. T. W. Welty on Friday. Miss. Beverley Bragg and friend c of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Bragg and sister Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryan and family are moving this week from Charles Town to the Buckle's = Farm near here which was form- forty the Lynch Farm. Old Man Winter is visiting us gain this week. We would like to commend Mr,. Cain for taking care ~%.~ in Rippon, West Virginia. rd Back - - 10c sq. ft. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and Mrs. Leona Everhart Were the ~i- By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Deferred From Last Week Mr. Adam Ott who ,has ,been a patient in the Charles Town Hos- pital for two weeks we are sorry to hear doesn't show any imp~x)ve- ment. Mr. Lester OCt and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry visit him daily. Mrs. Catherine Goliday, his daughter from Baltimore, Md. was also up over t,he weekend .to visi,t him. She was accompanied from Baltimore by ,her son Garry and nephew and neice 'Mr .and Mrs. Jo'hnnie .Hampton and son who spent the weekend wit~ their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David. Mr. Joe Brooks of Kabletown was over to Mrs. Maude Small- woods one day last week and said his brot~er-in-law Mr. Wiles who lives in Frederick and some time ago had a bad acclden~t while at work had to have his leg amputa- .ted below the knee. Mr .and Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. !Herndon ~f Shenandoah Junction CULLEN JOHNSON were Saturday night callers with Cullen Johnson of Richmond, Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts Virginia Farm Bureau Federat- Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, ion's Director of Organization will Md. spent the weekend with his be the 'featured after-dinner speak parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. er when Farm Credit members Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and and guests hold their annual meet daughter Bonnie were Sunday vis ing at 11:00 A. M. Saturday, Jan itor~ with the la~ters parents Mr. uary 31 at James IWood High and Mrs. Milton Popkins and Joy- School. ce Johnston at Kabletown. Johnson, a part-time profess- Mr. W,alter Smallwood of Ran- ional entertainer in addition to son was a caller on Saturday with his farm bureau duties, is widely his mother Mrs. Maude Small- known ~or his wit, impersonations wood. and song-leader ability. Born on Mr. Floyd Bageant of the New- a North Carolina farm, he abtend- .ton Baker Hospi~tal spent the week ed Appalachian State Teachers end wfVh his family near .the Pow- College and did graduate work in er Plant. University of Michigan's speech Miss Ann Whipp of Millville was department. After serving as a a caller on Monday evening with school teacher, :then principal for her aunt Mrs. Julia Viands nad 8 years in North Carolina schools, she says her parents are getting he accepted ,a position in 1942 along very good. wi~h Radio Station WR~L in Ral i Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell eigh. He later ,worked in close con ;and children of Ranson nad Mrs. neotion wl,th the Extension Depart Gladys Engle of Murre~l Hill were ment of Nor~,h Carolina State dur Sunday visitors wl,th their mother ing which time he was also employ ,Mrs. James Fritts near Bardane. ed by ,Station V~PTF in Raleigh. Sorry to hear Mrs. Georgia In 1949, Johnson joined Radio Pearl of the Chestnut Hill News Station WI=tNL in Richmond and has been on the sick list. Certainly as originator of ,bhe "Virginia hope you will soon be .feeling bet- Farm Show' 'on that station, won ter as I always look ~or your news the Associated Press award for every ,week. I also recelved such having the best farm show in Vir- a nice letter ,from Mrs. Dorsey in ginia in 1950. He accepted .the pos Berryville. ition of Director of Organiza%ion, Mr. John Viands visited Mr. Joe Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Ramey who is a patient ~n Newton in 1951. He was recently honored Baker Hospital and {ound him wi~h the award of State All-Star doing as wel~l as could ,be expected. 4-H Club membership. Hurry and get ,better Joe as they JOhnson is married to a native all miss your happy suites. Virginian, t,he ,former Miss Cather Mr .and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. ine Harwell of Prince Anne Coun- and daughter Tana of .the Bloom ty. They have three children, cry visited his parents .Mr .and Mrs. William Dillow Sr. and faro- To mark ,the silver anniversary ily ~t Millville and Mso her raG- of Shenandoah PCA, all original :ther Mrs. Mary Frye at Point of incorporators of t'he association Rocks, Md. on Sunday. will be honored and dramatization Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah of Brunswick, Md. R PPON By Mrs. Charles Adams Miss Sue Magaha spent the weekend with Millie Kackley at: the home of Mrs. Charles Adams on .Saturday. Both girls visited the dance studio in Winchester with their cousin Martha Lynn Adams who is a student there. 16th Anniversary Last Thursday, Jan. 22 Mr .and Mrs. Stanley Boyd celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary with a dinner ~t the Lee Jackson restaur ant in Winchester as honored guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Orville De- Haven. In December t_he Bowds entertained the DeHavens on their :15th wedding anniversary at an equally elaborate dinner ~t Duffs near Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter Martha were din- ner guests with Mrs. Adam's sis- ter and family Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and four children of Ber ryville, Va. Mxs. Roy B. Harris will return back ,to her home at Ra~ph~ne, Va. Rt. 1 due to the sudden illness of her husband ROy this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams and 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Herman Swartz are frequent visitors ,to inquiring a- ,bOut Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mrs. J. L. Chapman will under- go an ope, mtion Tuesday so all our prayers are with her that God will restore her to the best of health and she can soon come home as she is greatly mlssed by all her ~riends and loved ones. Sunday dinner guests with Win- nie and Warren LaRue two child ren Carol and Jimmy were Mr, and Mrs. Denzil Kackley and son Charles of Berryville, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kackley, two child ren of ~alls Church and Miss Mamie LaRue. Other Sunday callers in the THEM FROM YOUR FLOORS! of thesecondaryroads. The school held 25 years ago will be ~t ,part their son-in-l~wanddaughterMr. Mrs. Rober~ Leake of Charles of the first organizational meeting Fritts spent the day Sunday with 'home of Mr. J. L. Chapman were bus has been able to go every day of the morning program. D. W. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon in Town, Mrs. Jacob Hesse and dau rEE WORK MAKES RUGS AND so far this winter. Burruss, Mt. Jackson, a charter 'Washington, D.C. ghter Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey of] S~|~VE director and president ~f the PCA Sunday callers with Mr. and Martinsburg and Miss Naomi My board since ,the beginning and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mrs. Harry' ers of Hedgesvflle. Also Mr. and AS FRESH AND CLEAN AS THE Julian A. Everly, Secretary-Treas Shirley and children of Mlddleway M Edgar H. Harris of Green- YOU BOUGHT THEM-2YES EVEN ~ By Mv~ ,Ethel Buzzard urer for the, 25-year Period of L:~CA and Mr,. Tr~vi$ Viands o~ Charles vill~', Va. stopped briefly on their operations will be singled out for Town. ! -- ---- special recognition. PROOF AT THE SAME TIME. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart Sunday callers with Mr. and and Arlene Maphis were callers on Of Mrs. Robert Frye were Mr. and Sunday with Mrs. Paul Eastel~day january News Report Mrs. Wil~,iam Frye and son Bobby Mrs. James Fritts spent ~'he day Middleway Climber's 4-H Monday %vi,th ,her granddaughter Mrs. Dewey Davis in Charles Town. The Middleway Climber's 4-H Mr. Harry Shirley along with Climb met at ,the 'home of Larry some of his .friends spent last and PAchard Magaha on January Wednesday at the farm show in 23, 1959. The meeting was ,called Harrisburg, Pc. to order by the president, Ste- Mrs. Floyd I~tgeartt .received a phen Dalgarn. Everyone sang West :telephone call from her brother- Virginia Boy's and Girl's, followed i in Winchester that her mother by pledge and prayer. The secre- Mrs. Myers had suffered another tary and treasurer's reports were heart abtack and was a patient ,then given. Old business and new again in the Winchester Memor- ".business were discussed ,followed ial Hosoital. by the program. A demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands spent was given by Martha Dalgarn on the day Thursday with her par- how o set a breakfast table. The ents in Ransom meeting adjourned. Mrs. Helen Shirley of the Gen- Reporter, Becky Dunn eral Telephone Co. was a dinner C. F. CO-~T'O guest on Thursday with her mo- ther Mrs. Julia Viands. MEET FEBRUARY 3 Mr. Junior Hardy and Mltch of day evening visitors with Mr. and Soft Back - - 14c sI. ft. ChestnutMrs" ThomasHill. Longerbeam in Mrs. Ellie Piper, Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs. Ethel Bussard, Mrs. Vaness~ Everhart and Mrs. Mary LEt IER' i L it N[ R~ Longerbeam were called back to work for two weeks at Ranson Fruit Co, Inc. in Ranson, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart WaShington Street Charles Town, W. Ca. and children and Mrs. Maude Ever hart were the Sunday visitors of CALL 207 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam in Chestnut Hill. Sorry to hear ~ ~m ~ ~ that Mrs. Longerbeam is quite ill. ~ ~ Pfc. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus- tis, ~ ra. spent the weekend with his wife Betty and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle. Miss Patsy Grove spent a few days with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam in Front Royal, Va, visited with Mr. The Ladies Auxiliary of the and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. and Chestnut Hill. Citizens Fire Company will meet daugt~ter Tuna and Mrs. Georgia Mr. Harold Staubs spent sev- Tuesday evening, February 3 ,at Parra and son ~'reddie of the eral days with his sister and her 7:30 p. m. a:t ,the Fire Hall. husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal Bloomery on Saturday evening. in Baltimore, Md. ' Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush visi- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt ted his mother Mrs. Bush at the and Arlene Maphis were the Sun- of Sandy Hook, Md. were Sunday Moore Rest Home last week. day callers with Mr. and Mrs. visitors with the latters parents Mrs. William Dillow Sr. o.~ Mill FRIDAY JANUARY aura-", 1959 John Whitehair and son Keith Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle. ville was a visitor wit:h her son in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Ellis Piper was a caller on and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ' Mr. and Mrs. Houston Fridley Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom William Dillow Jr .and daughter SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON and son Merle of Harpers Ferry Longerbeam in Chestnut Hill. Tana at the Bloomery on Sunday,.,~_.._._.~ ~w~_ were Sunday callers with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman night. Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family, and daughter were Sunday visitors Mrs. Lester OCt and son Michael t iuers Livestock :Sale Pavlhon Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cogle and with the formers parents in Md. spent ,the day with her mother sons of Mannings were the Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitlerof Mrs. James Dailey. day morning callers with Mr. and Baltimore, Md. spent the weekend Mrs. William Dil]ow Jr. and !: ted 1 Mile West of Winchester, Va., Mrs. Walter Cogle and children with the latters mother Mrs. E, Mrs. Georgia Parra of the Bloom and Mrs. Mary Cogle. Bussard and family, ery at;tended ,a Stanley .Party in on Route 50--Follow Signs. --_ .............__ ...... ____ ~_ _~--_-_-_-_-_-_-_--- Oharlestown last week. GISTERED AND GI DE CANADI.. ] I ~ Thomsonof nearbyVir- ----",,~ .... ~ : " AND ginia is spending a couple of days , with Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. at ,the DON'T BE LEFT ; Mrs. Maude Smallwooa spen~ OUT IN THE COLD : ,_ NEW YORK HOLSTEINS Bloomery. . . , I ILL ND SHOi Mr. WalterSmalIwoodand,family An iniuryto.omemem- , "I 'triER FRESH OR CLOSE SPRINGERS. Sunday afternoon with her son , i in Ranson. ,ber of the public acci- : Mrs. Sublet~te Chamblin were Sat. one in your family, could , urday afternoon callers wlth Mr.result in a costly damage : and Mrs. Abner Henry and faro- suit. When this happens, i ily at ,the Bloomery. don't be left "out in the , Mrs. Harry Shirley 'of the Gener cold" financially. Be sure : t tl. .nea al Telephone Co. was a dinner your program of protec- r yat ~,r! g.uest on Thursday and Frlday tionincludesComprehe---' width her mother Mrs. Julia Viands sive Personal Liability. : Her daughter Debbie spent the ze" - 31, 1959 "mther'Mr'ThursdayJhn ViandsWlt'hof Viandsher grand-Am. W. Ber~ Glove oco was in Washln,gt~n, D. C. on Agency Friday on business. Mr. ,and Mrs. Abner Henry of 'the Bloomery were callers last Monday wi~h ,their brother-in-law and Sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. PHONE 215 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. T. B. Tested within 30 days Animals Calfhood Vaccinated. These to go to any State. Every animal eked for Dairy Quality from the better and New York. Increase that Milk from this sale. :ASH. '5I, S. ENGLISH, JR., Sale Manager HOURS :-- Monday thru Friday 8:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. Saturday 8:00 A. M. to 11:45 A.M. Winchester, Virginia Phone MOhawk 2-7363 ItARTLETT, Auctioneer THE DATE:-JANUARY 26 '- 31, 1959 Prices on All Fabrics Greatly Reduced. Among these Fabrics you will find Silk and Cotton Cra- venette, Silk and Cotton Blends for Dresses and Shirt, Dacron and Cotton Blends, Printed Taf- fetas, Printed Sheer Nylons, Drapery Fabrics and Linings. To Condition Your Stock Better Through the Winter Months and at Such A Low Additional Cost. ASK US TODAY ABOUT THIS GREAT FEED AND START USING IT RIGHT NOW. PHONE 73 Mr. Milton Popkins and ~little granddaughter Joyce Joiutston who is staying with ~her gran~tpar- ents at Kabletown were 'Sunday morning callers with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Obie John- sign and daughter Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones at- tended the Races in Charles Town on Friday. Mr .and 'i~Irs. Wesley McDonald and son Cli.fton of near Mlddleway were 'Sunday ~f~ernoon visl~tors with the .l~tters brother-ln-law: and ~istcr Mr. and Mrs. Abner I e D and unexpected expenses can't sneak up on you when you have a savings account. Your money will earn in- terest and still be available when you need it. Keep your savings account where you keep your checking account-- You will Get Paid on one ....Pay No Service Charge. Member Federal Deposit Member Federal Phone 587 Insurnace Corporation Reserve System Ranson, W. Vs. NO SERVICE CHARGE ON CHECKING A UNTS. .0, O~