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February 12, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 12, 1959

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Turkey and Ham and Guests Enjoy Annual Yokefellows Bible Class get together, the least that cer- the case last the Yokefel- of the Charles Ohureh staged ship and lots of fun. The program was opened with the singing of one verse of 'Amer- for de;.aert. ~omc group singing Mrs. Owen Conklyn at the piano and Keith Brockman direct ing. added much to the well-plan- ned program. President of the Yokefellows Class, Richard Stein, extended a warm welcome to everyone and also to members of the men's Bible classes at Halltown and Beu- lah who were present. Teachers who had taught the Yokefellows Class during the year were recog- 'the Chap- 6:30 p m. and their friends out to enjoy good fellow featured apple pie and ice cream of applause for preparing and ser ving the dinner. Mrs. Fred Gu- thrie was commended for her part in the banquet of designing and producing t'he attractive programs Charles which were placed at each plate President Stein also spoke about Town the absence of one of ,the class teachers and a long-time active member of the Yokefellows Class F. E. Brenneman w'ho was unable to at~tend because of illness. Mill- ard Trussell, another veteran mem in.~Lructionz to hurry u~ and ~et well again. Harry Cain, vice presi- dent of the class was presented with a small broom, dusl, pan and apron, these ~o be used by him in helping to carry out his 'janitor duties" every morning. Russell Rouzee, of the attendance com- mittee, wis given a huge 4 foot long paddle with his name on it, to aid him in getting the members out to Sunday School on Sunday morning. Presentation of the gifts were made by Max Brown. The banquet tables were beau- tlfully decorated in Valen,tine me- ,tiff wi,th red candles and an ar- rangement of cu, t flowers and pot ted plants from ,the J. D. Wafters Co. Florist of Charles Town un- der the direction of Mrs. John Watters. The delightful occasion was brough, t to a close with the singing of 'Blest Be The Tie" and ,the benediction by the Rev. Rus- sell Urquhart. Area Jacqueline Johnson To Represent OHS At Band Festival Miss Jaequelyn Johnson, a sen- ior a't the Oxford Area High School will represent the school at the annual Eastern All-State Band Festival at West York Area High School, York, Jan. 29-31. The daughter of Dr .and Mrs. Leroy D. Johnson, Lincoln Unicef sity, she will play tenor saxophone :at the State Festival. She is also a serious piano student. For the pc;t, two year~ ahe v'a~ chosen for the Southeastern Dis- trier Band; however, this is her first year as a member of the All- State Band. The 190-pieee band, composed of representatives of schools in the Eastern half of the s.tate will have James W. Dunlop. Director of Bands, Pennsylvania State Univer sity as guest conductor. In addition to an afternoon con eert 'there will be two evening pet" formances-one at 7:30 p. m. Fri- day and the closing event a con- cert at 8 p. m. Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Lez-oy D. Johnson were former residents of Jeffer- son County. He being employed as instructor and Dean at Storer Col SPIRIT 0P JEFFER 0N ADVOCATE TIIURSDAY, FEBRITARY 12, 1959 3---B lege and Mrs. Johnson taught llere in the public schools. At the pres- ent time Dr. Johnson is serving as Academic Dean and assistant pro- fessor in chemistry at Lincoln Un iversi.ty, Pa. while his wife is em- ployed there as assistant Librar- ian. ARTHUR WHEELER ARE PARENTS OF BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheeler of near Charles Town. are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Jan- GOES AND ' GOES AND uary 28 in ~he Loudoun County, Vs. Hospital. Both the mother, the former Miss Barbara Marcum of Leesburg, Va. and the child which weighed seven pounds and three ounces are doing fine. The child has been named Gregory Scott. This is the Wheeler's first child. Mr. Wheeler is the son of the Rev. and Mrs_ Temple Wheeler. Hlgh court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony, READ T---~ ~FIEDS bez" of the class was also unable to | | | I be present because of illness, nll,~Vtl~I_ Llln.f.llln@n A feature which was especially ,,w---- --wm.~am~.m well received 5y everyone present Area captain.~ (ff the Jefferson I were three delightfully rendered County Chapter American Red ITEMS ON SALE FRIDAY solos by Mrs. John Porter Burns Cross, held their annual pre-cam wi,th Mrs. Owen Conklyn at thepaign luncheon today to complete ,.~ P FEBRUARY 13, FROM 5:00 to 9:00 ONLY! BrownPian'Intrductinwas nextf ongUe*CtSthe programbY Max plansto Atbe theheldfr luncheon,theMarch'membershiPl-14"held atdrivethe ,.- "" ~T~;~i~ii:~i~ii!~:i~i~i~;~!i:i!~i~iii~iii~iii~ii~)~:~i~iii~:~i~i~i~:~@~i~:@~iii::.i:~.~.:~ and they. were from Hagerstown ChArl~a Tnwn M~fhnrtiet ~h~ z " . , ........................... reh, m [] M~,ttmsburg, Be.rryviHe, .Vs..and ,the captains submitted names of ~'i~ .~' e" n.earoy pomps, eremoents oz their workers to Harold Kisner, ~il;i;i ii~i!!iii----i-i:'i;:;L': ..,:~:.:, " ....... CLOTHS | ~en: ~a~usm~n~ ~asses in ~;n,ar- general chairman of the 1959 cam "':" .,.. .:++~i+i!ili~ii+~))!+)+))))i+i+++ ~+'~+:~~ .... a. on WhO were 'paign. This year's goal for the lo- its of Regular 15c Each ~ ~enam.g..were also recogmzeo, eal Red Cross Chapter has been Size Dish Cloths. rth,~ w~,,se at,~ ~r,o ~,,~o,,v~ _..the speaker's tame were set for $5 667 ~liss This Value. ~a~t'o~f" t~[e'dB'a~p[ist'~urch~,r~e Mr. Kzsner announced the cam ~: Re~" and Mrs' Carlyle McDnaldpaign's kick-ff lunchen fr the ' of t,he Presbyterian Church Mrvolunteer workers will 'be held on and Mrs. Fred Guthrie, the guest Wednesday, Feb. 25 with Col. J. speaker, Dr. Allen Hawthorne Kem,p McLaughlin, .commanding : TOWELS | Richard Stein, president of the officer of the West Virginia Air class a,nd Max Brown. The Rev i Na, tional Guard, scheduled to ed Dish Towels. Have Each and Mrs. Robert Hiller of the Me- speak. thodist Church, the Rev. and Mrs. I The area captains are: Other Household Uses Stanley Hauser of the Zion Epis- I NW Charles Town, Mrs. Kenna S Low Price. . copal Church and the Rev arid. Alger" NE Charles Town Mrs C l for$ Mrs' Ric~h'ard Neal f the Luther" t N D'rse SW Charles T~xvn ~Mrs" ~' ~aHhiiei:iB Yiai~~ ' ~il:i~sReslihid " an Church all sent notes of regret N" CI " y- ~ .... t~ 2scayne 4-D or od ezr that ,they were unable to attend Mrs ~lr~se-~r$ %~hr~Zs~tlr~s ~~w~ be~u::tfpPerT~U~oC~m'~am::ut:~ 'ST Char~es Town (colored) Mrs. , ~ Aldridge Young" NW. Charles IILLE was Dr. Allen Hawthorne of Win- Town (cole ed) l~/Irs Alfred B W RUGS chester Va. Who spoke both in a lor "- ,r . . .., ay- ' " wn.armsrl'0Wnann l-(.anson shU~oti?u~ ann2w ,s~t#us veto and (colored) Mrs Harriet Taylor" for Any RooM in o e +nan 'anyWash' ' " ' .... region Heights ,Mrs Allen se, Also Make Fine other time in the history of the Marshall' M r'i sbur P:" "- Church are laymen and c.huroh.Norm_ !a tn+,s g me Mrs. ,dgMaizi;: ~; t~:: !;~ }b~ i ~;yoO, !,ii+!, 1~ 52 ~!~!! ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Weather Door Mats. men fa with ..............i an wormn' trover ~oau Mrs ge of aC(~vdancinga,~e=aworkC~U~e Clleen Stokes Berryville 'Pike, brag hills. Thls ' 'Mrs C Manning Smith' Keyes Church in a world torn apart with Peri: =: ...... ' -- h ~ ~oau m~s ~, ~utrow ~am mu~' strife 'and ill-feelings. His " '' "" ey; Engle, Mrs. Est'her Bragg; Lee It may be hard to believe anything that looks and fi+fteen-minute ,address was both town, Mrs. Charles Owens; Browp~ "tit" in the speeds you drive the most, PILLOWS entertaining and also filled with Shop-Johnsonown, Mrs. Garne~ Fluffy Full Size Pilh)ws thought-provoking advice. E. Payne; Kabletown, Mrs. Ohar- Before the introduction of the les Hough; Rippon, .Mrs. Robert With Crushed Chicken speaker, Owen Conklyn, Wilbur Smith; Kearneysville, Mrs. Harold At This Low Price. Tharpe, Prank Hooe Russell Rouz Buhrman; Harpers Ferry, Mrs. ee .and Harry Cain were presented wi,th 'gi,f's' they being declared the choice of the 'com,mitCee' for their outstandi,ng services to the class and the Church during the past year. Owen Conklyn. treasur- er of the Yokefellows Class was presented witch a pair of mittens. these to be used to help keep his hands warm while receiving ~the offering each morning. 'Frank Hooe was given a big bag of oran- ges in order 'Uhat he would ~ot have to wait un,til Santa arrived next Decem,ber, Wilbur Tharpe, Veteran member of the class who has not been ,feeling well recemtly was given a small doctors kit wit'h Leon Edwards; Bolivar, Mrs. W. C. Bu, tts; Summit Poin,t, Mrs. Joseph .Crane; SE Ransom Mrs. T. J. Baumgardner; NW & SW Ransom ,Mr. Guy Davis; NE Ranson, Mrs. Eliza'beth. Durham; Flowing ~pr4ng Road, Mrs. Abner Hocken Smi, Uh; Halltown, Mrs. F. T. Whit'L ington; Middleway, Mrs. Samuel Walker; Bakerton, Mrs. Mat Un Welsh, Jr.; Millville, Mrs. John Glover Sr.; Bardane, Mrs. Harris Tomlin; Blue-Ridge District, Mr. Robert Ot,t; shenandoa'h Junction I Mrs. William Miller. Goldwater favors Nixon fer hem ination in 1960. WASTE CANS Size Bronze 'Coli 'ed Waste Can with Em- 01d English Design. THE RIGHT TO LIMIT THESE ITEMS. Here's an engine that always seems able to coax extra miles out of a tank of regular-grade gas. 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