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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 9, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 9, 1961

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/ I parade. She is vice president of Wilt. I Charles Town Race Course, CharSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAm EaS ADVO _ I Shepherd College Alumni. Freshmen---Keith Auvil, Bren-, lee Town merchants, city employ- 2uA THURSDAY. FEBRUARI da Biller Bonnie Bond Dottie ees ana memoers of me ~narzes " .I '[" i |County] standing| Mrs. BloOmin woman1960;waSherChOSenofmanyJeffersonaScontri.Out"CornellGibson,, SaMn:r~yDaU_gherty,~.iaton. Jjaoy~eS !isWsiaPi~ic~t~eDyePi~rtmeg~vfOr ~he froin ~ e~~YrrfY Ray X Merchant i(~l~OWa~dt :OYh:h~agLOT~ ," /butions and services to the Corn- v~;~.. ,- ...... ~, - --. of romovin,. ,h,~ he~v .......... ' In memory of Mrs. George Shlr called, minutes were ~ |munity, county and state shows Grimm, Terry Johnson," Connie Y e past" the huge job . . Telephone Your News -" ooo |tremendous energy, a vivacious ,r .... ,January and February from the ey from Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Mrs. ltreasur s report was| LtJ ~-~.~ ]personality, marked with efficien -'z ....... [cit-'~ ~--,nt-~,,( ---- --- James Bartlett and Dr. and Mrs. I The Auxiliary will sq v--- ....... IcY in all her undertakings and pE~hnth 2rudder. ~[:nCapr~tt!' 1 The resolu"ti"o'n Oexpressed up-Harry Langdon. . .. If or the Izaak Walto~ ., . ~... ~. ~o.. ]beneath it all, a genuine spirit son LaVerne i-Iarrisone Ki~" preciation for money contributed m memory o~ lvlrs. James ti./xuesaay, r eoruary 1~1 IS nop and a humble reverent attitude .,H...!R Nict , .m.. l mllea ,i;re I ~0T0~Ill' 1,11I'I'S ltoward| her God, and keen rater-" _. , Y by merchants e-uinment ~rovid- Shirley from Mr. and Mrs. Aug-lIP" M. Thank you cards[ uamey, l by the two .... race tracks and the ustine J. Todd, Clearwater, Fla. and the meeting wass Seventh Grade---Nancee Bow- labor contributed by the city em- and Mrs. Earl Grantham. Ia prayer. Hostesse we| 50t5 Wedd ~tlrllllllllAn~l~ el'Sill] T0 Be Awanled S0turday [ the field of human wel. den, Ida Mary Butler, Patsy Rain ployees and police-department ~ IE. Vickers and Bety A~ i Because of the heavy snow | Mrs. G. A. Brown, Chairman of ey, Katy Wilt, Vicky Houser. Councilman Georue Mullen also BROWNIE TROOP NO. 15 OF [delicious refreshments! which hit Jefferson County Fri-[the Public Affairs Committee of _ ~ !read a letter from t~he Charles A: RANSON HELD MEETING ]ved by them. l day and restricted the movement ~Fairmont and Mrs. John S. Me- ~|r| ~rAIl~ ~AA~f|A Hinsch Company, the bondingI ~ I of Mr. John Q. Public both that iCuskey, President of the West v.,, ,,,,v~,~ ,~vvn,,, firm advising the city of Charles Brownie Troop numher 15 of lCounty Democrats[ " , Town on the financing of the pur- Ranson met for their weekly At day and Saturday, the grand re-]Virginia Federation will serve on Pro ec~ n Meet Thursday opening of the Charles Town [the Selection Committee I U d~y, chase of the Charles Town-Ran-meeting Wednesday, Feb. 1, 1961 I ~ tl Photo and Gift Shop which has I ~' /~r,l^~ O,.|.. T,.LA. son water system, asking that the at 3:30 p. m. in the Sunday i The Jefferson Coun~ undergone a complete and attract|C1 I~l~lg,~ liana. D^II U Ul;13 I)ClII~ I(IRI:II advertising of the water system School Room of the Lutheran|tic Association will r~ ire interior renovvation was only l tPl IVlliR~ IIVIIVI IIVII The annual Girl Scout ooki purchase be a cooperative deal Church in Ransom I day night at 7'30 p.} iji i a moderate success. And owner .... w" ";" Droiect beuan February 70~ with the town of Ransom I After the usual opening the lCounty Court Room. A~ and operator Tim Sinn, said this A~' N~rper~ retry [l|gn clers are ~" ~ ~ -'the-" flr.~; Council also voted to pay the girls worked on projects for Val "and any others who|~ week in fairness to the public he ........... bemo tak_n ............. throuzh February 15 Mrs Hun bills and discussed several other entrees Day. I to attend are cordmlU[ had dec~ded Saturday evening not ........ -- ........ " " ' n ~ ~iii: " - A ~otal ot ~t smaents maue a do so. Wh~s will be anl to award the special prizes offer- ~ _,~ at rim meeting of the Associa ed patrons of the re.opening un- mgn au]m~ me pa [man Joseph Thomps0 til this Saturday night at 8:45. an o t aus ware nan Iday" asantl scnoo~ no,or roll Am Sinn said that h was pie y _, ~ .., .... surprised with. the number of peo o~ ac,om3~z~neUscnm;~suc te~tt oz mema~ I Valentine Tee Lee pie who d~d brave the snow and ........ slippery streets and sidewalks to e, s zor all subjects. I Has Been CancelR visit the establishment Saturday some 150 of them. And eevryone I The special Valentin of them who did pay the store a I duled for the Leetow~ visit expressed praise for the at- ]Church on February tractiveness and planning in the I been cancelled becau! new set-up, heavy snow fall and I USE THE CLASS/I U/ 1 . ...... , uu,s,anu,nunolllilflir Zhse: ,o :ia while ject. ,. .... o... .oo rize The Senior Woman's Club of[ The list is as follows:" a neighbor, calls at your home for your Heart Sunday contribut- Charles Town, the Harpers Ferry l Seniors--Judy Auvfl, Nancy ~0unc. has nn0rresr _ - District Woman's Club and thelClevenger, Tommy Cummings, Meetmn" ~n am. lira. ik~en! 6|fie" ll0sp, tal"" ions for the campaign being con- Petersburg Woman's Club have I Donnie Hetzel, Btake Harrison, ~$ .., ~,v...~, ..m,s .. .... -~ ducted here all this month by the i all nominated Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Linda Jackson, John Littleton, / prominent Charles Town civic Mary Lou Mahoney, Eddie Moler, Pass One Resohhon , , iation, an affiliate of the Amer- .... Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nie0demus, ST:'-: * ' Memor, al Pund Listen Eastern Panhandle Heart Assoc- leader and a past-president of the Bonnie Painter, Sandy Rocken- Recent Gifts to Women s Auxil- ican Heart Association. ~Charles Town Club as the "Out- baugh. The City Fathers of Charles iary, Charles Town General Hoe- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus casion. They are Harry Nicode- standing Woman in Public Af. Juniors--Mary Emma Kidwiler, 'Town had their shortest bi-month pital Memorial Fund are as fol- Citizen's ..., ux|lhrv Sr. of Rippon were honored on ~nus Jr., Perry Nicodemus ST. of fairs for the Eastern District of John Newcomer, Carolyn Oden, meeting in a long time Monday lows: their 50th wedding anniversary Rippon, Austin Nicodemus of West Virginia. Charles Pleasant, Kenneth Tay- night. With only a limited a- In memorly of Mrs. Philip P. Has Business kd x._ Sunday, January 1, by their son Middleway and Mrs. Audrey The project of selecting this loT, Dougie Upwright. mount of business to be handled Steptoe from Mr. and Mrs. ~2har and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Whittington of Rippon and five outstanding woman is sponsored Sophomores--rBecky Alger, La- the session was over in about an lee L Crane, Pittsfield, Mass., Austin Nicodemus at their home grandchildren Dennis and Jono- by the West Virginia Federation Vern Haines, Linda Hardy, Shir- hour. Mrs. Charles L. Crane ST. and The Ladies of the Citizens Fire Cedar Lawn, near Middleway. than Whittington of Rippon, Rog- of Women's Clubs. ley Hough, Marilyn Jones, Mary One of the few matters handled Miss Sara Crane. Company meeting was held Tues Mrs. Nicodemus the former er Lee Nicodemus, David Nicode- Should Mrs. Bloom win the hon Louise Jones, Sandra Littleton, was the adoption of a resolution In memory of Bishop E. P. Dan day night, February 7 with 15 Miss Agnes WilUngham of White mus of Rippon and Perry Nicode- or in this district, she will be Kathy Moler, David Trail, Sarah expressing thanks and appreciat- dridge from Miss Elizabeth G. present. The Chaplain opened the Post, Va. became the bride of Mr. mus Jr. of Winchester, Va. I presented along with winners Ann Trotter, June Lee Webb, Bill i ion to Shenandoah Downs and ~Taylor, meeting reading the 21st psalm Nicodemus on December 29, 1910 Other guests were close friends, from each of the other seven at White Post, Va. from W. Va. and Virginia. Every club districts of West Virginia to Mr. and Mrs. Nicodemus had one wishing Mr. and Mrs. Nicode- the convention to be held at the the pleasure of having their three mus many more happy wedding Greenbrier Hotel at White Sul- sons and one daughter for the oc anniversaries, phur Springs, March 17. Some of Mrs. Blooms accompli- ~!Mr: and Mrs. Robert Lackey. shments in Public Affairs are:A Mr. and Mrs. William Bush and' School Teacher for the past 26 years. A housewife, mother of family have returned to their two sons, working with the youth home in Willington, Ill. after of the community, serving the St. T ..... , .. spending a week with Mr. Bush's Thomas Lutheran Church, as a ne ~merlcan Legion ~uxu- her a tan a h ~ a I" " "d t" elr re ular mon parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur mem , S d y Sc ool ~ ~a - i ry wi z nol n g " Bush on ~1"z West Con-Tess St ~ er, A Choir Member, President thl meeting at the Legion Home " " ~ of the of t rc Y " " , . " Women he Chu h for on West Washington Street Whur W. Kelter,. son of Mr. four years, past president of the sday, February 9th at 8 p. m. All ant Mrs. ~. r~:. ~e~ter, .unarms Senior Woman's Club an office members are urged to attend. Hol Town ~a.s reennstea re^me Air she held for five years, her seT. idav Cain Cards are now due at force, ms auaress ]s A/De Jamesboon n]nt tandino tn thig $160 according to Mrs. Dorothy'W. Kei~r, 1611 Disp. McQuire A. organ'~tio~-'an~"it-;~'-m"~ny" c~: Wilson, Corresponding secretary. IF- B:, .~. d.. ana ne wn.o nze mr tributions to the community. She ms menus to write to mm Charles Ahalt, well known local I ...... has been responsible through her business man who suffered a sud-[ MIsS #can rerKs, aaug.hter oz many efforts in converting the den illness several days ago, is re [ Mr :and Mrs_Phil Perks lea pc- Hilleary House into a Club Home ported as being somewhat improv [ t~n~ in. ~e tgnarles Town ~ener- i which is used by many organi- od in the CL ~. ,rown General lat l~ospzuu. I zations named in the Hilleary Hospital. ve~, T- i Barbara Bush, daughter of Mr. will. She is chairman of the Mr and Mrs Philip Hough vis[and Mrs. Dovel Bush of Winches- Board of Management for the ited Mrs Miidred Ashwood Ran-]ter, Va. has made the honor roll club home. Mrs. Bloom was vice- son on Tuesday [at Handley High School. Barbara president of Eastern District for ..... --- ....... l is the granddaughter of Mr and two terms She is now president a.x ann ars. onam mzm ann " ' aau,,iater Sherr~ snout gunaav I Mrs. Arthur Bush. of Eastern District; served as pres VisRing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lash I The Independent Fire C0m~ indent of the,,Jefferson Coy brook in ~rlin~ton Va While i pany amDmance answerea a cat --~o~,,~, ,-~-,,,~,~ ....... - .... ". years and during ther term of of- there Sherry attended a b~rthdav I around 2 a. m. Thursday morning ...... ........ e ~narles x~arW of t-l~eir son -lto bring Mrs. William Haines to sne orgamzed the . . " !.- - .. -'~ ...... I the Charles Town Hospital from Drew Auxiliary, and neJped to ann Mrs Avls rlm lezt, ......... tart Uos"ital Memorial " I net home 0n me d. ~, Amorose o -, ~ P .............. " ................ _ ]farm on the Flo IRg Sp g .. ....... last Thursday for Florzda to vzszt w Tin Fund She remains an active I Road. She was a maternity case. memoer ana ~s cnaLrman or me ....... [ Geo,'~ V'cke~ a mom~e," ,,f Ways and Means t;ommittee aaa g [" I & I n.. suf had a very successful Donation m,i .! r t li~ i Jut L I i ~v~.~ ~= w"l~a .~ " ~ , "r~o.. t. ~r~.,~..ho. [;ht'~ w'~"~" h~"f'~Y .~* a~ T"~ She is deeply interested in Can 'd';;Tend nt"F'ire' em';n - u'c[ eer Work welfare work and has P E R M A N E N T I w iie riding, to a blla~e ~lere at served successfully as chairman - -- ~'--"-- " .....t .... I of the Cancer Drive for Charles V 10.15 a. tn. t~caua3, rxe Wa~ t-ea~, W A E S I,d at Chsrles Town General Hoe. l Town and R~son for the past [~'~f~] ~,~--~,~ed [ six years. She is President of the . Jefferson County Umt, an aff 1- Call 390 Lou~s Argemo of Fourth Ave i __ ~t r . :~iate of the West Virginia Cancer I sue,. ttanson, sufzered race annI " n" Socmty, she started a le drag tl I h ~ I tl I it I~ [ ...... ~ closet for the County and secures hand burns in a kerosene f~re I I1 [ I A ]near nis nome rrzaay, ne was If.. th..ooa,, ..... po treat d at Ch le To Gener ............... " ....... " w, ~ n~,u ~ nw ~ ~ | e . ar s ~ "]tlents. She works on all other al Hospital an~ reteaseu !~ !~ A U | ~ ~ [I ~ r ] . " [ Drives of the Community, recent- I Barnara Johnston, about 9, of [ly being Chairman of the Mothers 118 North Charles Street IRoute 1, Charles Town, was in-IMarch of Dimes. jured when her head hit a rockI Mrs. Bloom is a Co.organizer of Charles Town, W. Va, while sled riding Tuesday morn-[the Mental Health Society of the F 9 o~ xp ling. She was taken by Indepen-[County and a member of the co. -~v.--~ I dent Fire Cbmpany ambulance to ] Board. Charles Town General Hospital. I She secured workers to help I the County Court in the distribu- :ion of Surplus Food, a project vhich the Woman's Club still active in. She is secretary for the PoT. Garden Club and a member S~E of the Betsy Ross Club; a mem- 'A COUNTRY FRIED ~ICK~ beT of the Memorial Park Board and the Civil War Centezmial Committee. Mrs. Blobm assisted Potato Salad and Green Peas the Senior Woman's Club and the Chamber of Commerce in Homemade Ice Cream ' i usheriag in a new era in Hallo- ; Teen Celebrating in Charles Coffee or Tea Town this past year by painting the store windows and staging a Hot Rolls and Butter ....... = ...... Extra Coffee As Desired Children's Plate 75c .. Adults $1.50 I ROUTE 340 East of Charles Town 8 MILES gALES and SERVICE WEBB'S RADIO -. TELEVISION- APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va Washington Streea / Across Bridge in Maryland IE ; JEWEl I I Archdale Brand $4.00 to $4.50 Coro- Emerson - to ).00[ & - ' I IENSPAIAMAS ,AD]ES HANDB G ! Archdale Brand $ .99 Spring Patterns $ .99 to $t ,.99 [ , '' I lENS DRESS SHIRTS " 1' | P ! Oxford Cloth and Broadcloth , u J Pm i. / I b J J Szzes 14 to 19 Neck - $ .99 I it. Yardley-Tussy andDO ) zhYsPerkins . ReVlon I to $5:00 It 'I:U,L j 'I .qDV, kw, L?, ,ADIIi HOSE I y Swank $1 .00 to $5.00 " " IIALL Oti:TSl ,lENS SUITS ' r Cameo - Reigning Beauty---All Styles and Sizes I I I11 h JI h h It I .. _ ...- ...... I I W A r r [ i/ I REDUCED -Reg. $35.99 5Sc * II FRFF, [ SALES2 to IES SHOES ......... lENS 51 ORT (iTS Natural Bridge. Fashion Lane. Others Regular $22.99 - SALE $ Heel and Flats $, .99 to $, .99 BLOUSES - SKIRTS , SWEATERS Archdale -- Weyneberg to $' .99 Archdale Brand T-SHIRTS - c to $ BRIEFS and SHORTS c - .00 e n i Store Hours: 9 to 9 Friday 9 to 9 Saturday DEPT Charles Shopping