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or JV.FFERSON ADVOCA l i FEBRUARY 19, 1959 5--A Ll_ By Miss Dorothy Bowers GOING ON IN . . . Mr. and Mrs. Roger Milbourne of Charles ToWn were vilstors Tues .... ::::::::::::::::::::::: .. ~ .... ~:. ~::::~ .... . ....... ~:~,~::: day afternon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. ~:, ,~.~,~: . . .~ Mrs. Rose CourCney, 'Mrs. Bessie i!~!~! ~~i . " Ahalt, Mr .and Mrs. Harold Row- ~:~:~ii~:i~ Breeden Telephone 256-JX land and daughter o,f Ranson and ~!~ .iii~::ii, __..__.__ ~ Mrs. Aiton Muse were supper ~ii::i~:~ ~!i~::!ijii~i!: ,guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. iii iiiiii!iiiii!iii~ in and see who our on the sick list. Marshall McAboy and son. Were on Saturday Mr. ,and Mrs. Carol Hummer Miss 8ally Dillow was an over- I Grocery on Vhe Val- and son Willie and Mrs. Edgar night guest Friday of Miss Kay Ig coat&st. Some one Smallwood was Wednesday visitor Staubs in Harpers Ferry. , winner every hour with Mrs. Hortense Breeden and 'Mrs. Earl Crone of ,Sleepy Creek t41 9 p. m. by drawing sons. W. Va. spent several days last a the ,box. Winners Mrs. Edward Young spent Mon- week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin w_s: Mrs. Reba Wilt, day with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young Clevenger and daughter. ~eal~est ice cream, 9 of ,the Ranson Inn. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. ,and dau nia Wilt, Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton gh, ter, Lou Ella. Mrs. Edwin Clev s cake 10 a. m.; Mer was Sunday visitor withh ,Mr. and enger, Mrs. Elwod Bowers, Mrs. half ,gallon Scaliest Mrs. Luther Swartz of Martins- Elmer Wright, Mrs. David Pen- a. m.; Mary Welch, burg. well and children attended a Stun 'ham 12 noon; Ray- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Holmes Icy Party, Monday afternoon at :half' gallon Scaliest were recent visitors of Mr. and the home of Mrs. Joseph Ranalli ::i~i~,~:,::~:::~:~:= :: ............................. ). ~.; Mrs. Jesse En- Mrs. LeRoy Place in Martinsburg. in Millville. Little Miss Marilli Joe ........................ .......................................................... .................... :::::=:,~i~ m Seal,test ice cream Mr and Mrs Russell McAboy Rana,lli wRs an overnight guest ,. Thom,pson, elootnc and son of Brucetown were Tues Sunday of her uncle and aun~ Mr. er, 3 p. m.; Shirley day night visitors wl~t,h Mr. and and Mrs. Penwell and family. Members of the Charles Town today in order to help ,the com- Rib Roast Beef, .Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse, Mrs. Lions Club, their wives and lady I~munity ,progress and prosper as it ~ond Ford ,half gallon Mrs. Mayo Shiley visited on Winerd Bowers and Mrs. Donald friends enjoyed a gala evening Sat [ should today. cream 5 p m Mrs. Monday with Mrs. Stanley Hinon. Frye shopped in Mar~ins.burg YYi- urday when they met at the Moose In closing District Governor Eis Hall to honor District Governor I mon challenged ,all members to ~, Valentine i:~uncan Mr. and Mrs. James Hardy of day evening. . . . P. m." Kelley Lance,Summit Point with Mr. Stanley Dinner guests Sunaay of Mr. Gordon Eisl~on at a dinner-dance, help build a community, state and Sea~te~t ice cream 7Hardy of Winchester were visitors and Mrs. William Dilolw and fam- Club president Paul Burr pre- nation ,that all 'would be proud of. qcia C Tucker hal.f of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Hinton ily were Mr. and Mrs. David Fra- sided ~or ~he dinner program I President Barr presented the ~S ' " ' : -~ ~ce cream 8 p. m.; on ~nday evemng, ley and family of Gaylord, Md. 'which was utended by 72 mere- ICabinet Secretary W. P. Perks and Plastic Basket-filledMr .,and Mrs. Charles Mauck, Their.son, Michael Wayne a mere- bers and guests. I Lioness Perks, Lioness Eismon, De es 9 p.m. Mrs. Ophelia Young and D~ttie her .of the ,armed forces who re- The tables and halt decorations' puty District Governor H. E. Wilt, ~e Pine was a WednesDavis .gave a surprise birthday een,tly returned from North Africa carried out the Valentine Day and Lioness Wilt; Club Treasurer ~n visitors with Mrs. party in :honor of Mrs. Betty Chain and their daughter Mrs. Geraldine .theme with red hearts and red can Henry Weller and Miss Sadie Wel- " blin on Saturday night. Mauck were also dinner guests of dles. ler; Club Secretary H. C. McCor- ' visitor With Mrs. Mrs. Scottie Johnson of Myers- ,the Dillows. , District Governor Eismon, a mick and Lioness McCormick and twal.te and children ,town is spending a few weeks with Mr. Paul Trussell of Chambers- ~past 'president of the Charles International Counsellor Joseph anda Baker her .grandmother Mrs. Susieburg, Pa. spent the weekend with Town Club gave ~a brief report in A. Warren~eltz and Lioness War- f~hleen Viands spen,t Olaize of Ransom his ,parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry ~he activiies of District 29 V for renfeltz. ~orning wi,~h her sis- Mr. Dennis Glaize is making his Trussell nod .their son Albert..the year. . A number of door prizes were Mr. and .Mrs. Alec Costello 'and Eismon also pointed out.the ira- [awarded by Lion Preston Mer- e Shultz and their sis home with his grandmother Mrs.the latter's mother Mrs. Edwin portance of the work of Civic chant. President Burr presented Clubs in their communities and Lioness Elsmon with a ,beautiful nchester. Susie Olaize in Ranson since ~he Clevenger were dinner guests Sun how each individual member can tray from the club and District rs. Stanley Hinton re death of Mr. Walter Glaize. day of Alec's parents Mr..and Mrs. ' on Tuesday .from a Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwoo~tEdward Costello in Loudoun Hei- .help his own club. Governor Eismon and Cabinet Sec vacation in Floridavisited on Sunday. wiVh Mr. an~! gh~s, Va. , Also urged all members ,to do /retarywith a .framed Proclamation visited Wi.t~ friends Mrs. RiChard Brait'hw.aite and Mrs. Na,Vhaniel Grey, Jr. was a their ,part 'by helping with activit- from the club. children. wer was given lust~ Mrs. Margaret Ennis, Mrs. Sus- luncheon guest Tuesd,ay of Mr. les of their club and not ,put off Music for .the dance was 6y ~tanley Hinton Mrs. lie Glaize, Mrs. Oft of Ranson a- and Mrs. Howard Ashwood in Ran those things that need ,to ,be done I"The Harvey Gardner Orchestra". son and in the afternoon along --'--''" tad Mrs Nellie' den- [ long with Mrs. Gamey and Mrs. wi,th .Mr .and Mrs. Joseph Ranalll ~ of Mrs. "LeRoy Hol- I Webster of .Charles Town attended Ome of Mrs. Nellie I a birthday party on Monday ev- ,and family of Millvi,lle shopped in THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN * " Martinsburg. Holmes received ~ ening giveni,~ in honor of Mrs. ,Mary 'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were L s. [ Rust. "si Jdm Young and] Mrs. Willie O~t of Waldorf, Md. visitors ThursdaYMessrs. Clarence andafternnjimmieWithMol SU~M[I POIHT , ~ae .weekend with ]visited ,~t .the home of Mr. Arthur er near Bakerton. 7 dames Dickey and [Webb and family last Wednesday. Mr. Earl Peacher and son Clif- ,ldn, Va. # Sunday guests at the home of ton spent the weekend at ROCkBy Mrs. Stuart CAm Phone 47.F.032 ry with Mrs. Char- ]Mr. Arthur Webb and family were Enon where the Boy Scouts were t. son of Rochester, ] Mr. and ~Vfrs. Harold Webb and in camp at that time. o e Weekend wit'h Mr. ]sons and Mrs. David Barfield of Visitors Sunday at the home of ~es Mauck 'and ram- I Sou~hlawn Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Winerd Bowers ,and son were Here For Funeral :Tuesday of last week for the return with them [Dineen Welsh of Bakerton and Mrs. Doug Bowers and family o~ Those,from a distance who were younger members of ,the church. irgie McCauley and |Mr. and Mrs. Dona,ld Webb and ~e. ] sons of Charles Town. Sunday was Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frye here ~o attend the funeral services About twenty five Were present to of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. El of Ronald Glassford .and his un- enjoy the delicious supper Which rs. Jack Boden of [Mr. Arthur Webb's 64th 'birthday. wood Boavers ,and son and Mr. cle Sergeant William Menear was ,prepared by ,the laaies of i~he ~nt Thursday after- ] Mrs. Vernon Webb and son of w~ch were held from the Episco- church.. Thejs.peaker for :the pro- ~n Wi'th Mrs. Susie ~Millville visited with Miss Eliza-~own.and Mrs. Alton Muse all of Hall- pal Church of the Holy .Spirit on gramwn~cn i.ouowea W aShm~. ~US I beth Webb on Monday. Miss Susanne Grey spent Tues- were" ~{i" and Mrs' Everett Barn- end Russell of the Baptist ,Church arr of Hagers,town ~ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wills and son. day night WiVh her ,classmate, Miss Saturday mornin~ February 7th sea urqumar~, wile o~ ~ne ~ever- weekend with Mrs. [of C~narles Town visited with Miss Juanita Rawlings in 'Bakerton. hart," ~ghtown, "W. Va., Mrs. in Charles Town. |Elizabeth Webb and David Webb Mrs. Bill Bowers and son Ste- Frank Rea, Raven Rock, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire mg has been off of [on Friday evening, phen of Charles Town were visi- Mrs. Genevr~ Sigley and Mr. Argil accompanied by Mr .and Mrs. Mar of days wi~h a dis- ~ ] tors Monday eevning wi,th .Miss E1 Sigley, Anvaoore, W. Va., Mr. Mel- shall Jenkins and children Judy, returned work ! NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- ste Edwards and Mr. Frye Mercer. vin Sigley, Clarksburg, W. Va., and David motored on Sunday to ~rning. [ ING SIGNS For Sale at the office Mrs. Ol.adys Nicewarner and son Mrs. Edi%h Wood, Mr. and Mrs. the gateway of the Ohio-Pennsyl- of the Ranson Inn [ of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Joe of Blair, Mrs. William Diliow Jack Gerlacher and daughter Ar- vania Turnpike where they were sick list ,for the Ion North George Street, Charles and daughters Beulah and Lindai lent, Mr. and ,Mrs. Donald Myers .met by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gray [Town. BUy your needs today, of Halltown ,and Miss Dorothy and Sgt./1 James Glassford of and ~heir son-in-law and daugh- Breeden ] Oct. 2 - ~f.-----~nc ,: Billmyer of ShePherdstown s,ho~- W~shington, D. C., Mrs. Hazel Fox ter, .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoke all ] 'RF~ Tl~ ~si~s ped:~n l~l~e~U~p~n, 1~d. Mdl~day Mr. ~id Mrs. Adrian Fox and child of Brig~t~n. Michigan. Judy ,ac' afternoon, ren, Barbara and Adrian Jr., Mrs. com'panied them upon their re- Miss Dorothy Bowers visi.ted Connie Fox, Mr. and Mrs. William ,turn to Brigh,t0n and will remain . Mrs. Bertha Morgan .Wednesday Fox Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bring- Jut the Gray home for ,an indefin- L| ~| morning ~t 'the home of her grand ,man .and children Lewis, Carole ]ite visit. Enroute to the .gateway N N children Mr. and Mrs. Benjamlnl and Sally, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~the group visited in Mt. Jackson, Morgan in Bolivar. Mrs. Morgan !Adams and sons Bobble and don,/Pa, where they were dinner guests w~ao'has 'been quite ill with the '~lu ,,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Menear and [at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russ ---U S I N G--- continues ,to improve, i Mr. Daniel Mentor. all of Balti-Jell Drusohel and their daughters. Visi,tors Sunday at ,the home of ,more, Md., Mrs. Jeptha Harwood Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton 'have Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr .and ~arh i and daughter Linda and Miss Con ~as their guests 'this week the lat- 'l~ '~l U~|[l" |[~[l'~ Fll ily were Mrs. ,Charles Grey and nit Zentry of Thurmont, Md., Mr./ter's brother, Mr. Marshall Ware daughters Carla and Donna and and Mrs. John Olassford and dau- [of Charles Town who was dis- Mrs. Earl Peacher and son Allen ghter Cathy, Williamsport, Md., ~missed on Monday from the Win- of Halltown. %he Rev. C. E. Menear and son ~chester Memorial Hospital where NE COMMUNITY CENTER Mrs. Ja~mes Lancaster of Bolivar Richard, Kingwood, W. Va., Mr. [he had undergone surgery for the was a visitor Tuesday evening at ,and Mrs. Walter Mentor and dau- [ removal of a cataract from his " DINNER ROLLS - BISCUITS - MUFFINS ,the the home of.Mr, and Mrs. Wil ghter Judith Ann, Morgantown,]eye, and their niece, little Miss liam Hook ,and family. Other vis- W. Va., .Mr. Raymond Menear and [ Trina Propps, daughter of Mr. and Up FOR YOUR FREE BAG OF FLOUR itors Width the ,family ,have .been Mrs. William Menear of Camden, ~ Mrs. Creighton Propps of Front AND DETAILS AVAILABLE. AT STORE Mr. Bill Hoak of Engle and Mr. N.J. ~Royal, Va, Bill Bowers of Charles Town. Farm Club Meeting ~ Mrs. Kate Gracey spent Thurs- The Summ, i,t Point Farm Worn-] day ,and Friday in Martinsburg [URSDAY, MARCH 11, 1959 _ ~. en's Club met on Thursday even-| where shewas a guest at the home [ ~ | A ~ m,~ ~ [ ing at..the home of Mrs. Charles [ of her sister and brother-in-law 8PONSORED BY THE FHAC OF ] ~ |[|~| | ~L | Roberts with ten of ~the members]Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Bender. | ~ ~ ~,%,~ ~'~ ! in attendance. The meeting was] Miss Frances Coleman had as ! ~rr~| | ]~t~ I !opened with Devotiods led 'by Mrs. [ her dinner guests on Sunday Mr. )UTH[RN ~ ~--. ~[V'~,vg,'~]i Lawrence DeHaven which were fol[ Roland Clarkeof Alexandria, Va. :les Town Cooperatlve | |r--? lowed by the evening's lesson, .[ ~he Semina~an-in-charge of the i'Household Pests, Their Pr*even-[ Church of the Holy Spirit and Four births, two boys and two ~ion and Control. The clu~b pres-[ Grace Church Middleway and Mrs. girls occurred at the Charles Town ident, Mrs. Robert Light in,trodue- [ Robert Macoughtry and her dau- ~i ~ 4a ~ANSON~ W, Vfl~ ~ General Hospital during %he per- ed Mr. James Mangrum 'of The |ghter Miss Shirley Macoughtry. lod of Feb. 12-16. ~tandard Pest Control service who] Mrs. W. ~B. Grove, Misses Mary 1 ~ A dau'ghter was born to Mr. and spoke ,to the .group concerning this ] and Imogene Thomson of "Haw- Mrs. James S. Shumaker, of Har .problem and ~nvited their ques-[thorn" and Mrs. J. C. Breckinrid- !~. pets Ferry, Thursday, Feb. 12. ~ions on corresponding laroblems. ] ge and her small grandson Johnny Then on Friday, Feb. 13, a dough- At the conclusion of the pro-[Breckinridge visited on Saturday ter Doris June was born to Mr. gram the roll was called, the min-|with .their brother and sister-in- and Mrs. Claude J. Marcum of utes of the last meeting were read[law Colonel and Mrs. James Tho- Harpers Ferry. and approved and a report was|mson at ,their home "Balclutha" , The stork skipped the hospital made by the ~treasurer. Several[near Gaylord, Va,, ,the occasion he was back on Sunday, Feb. 15 and plans were made for the group[mson's eighty first birthday. and left a son Douglas Wayne to to a.ttend the Parent-Teachers] Mr .and .Mrs. Robert Light and Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. MeDon- meeting on Monday evening. Dur-[their small son Bobby spent 'the ough of Charles Town. Monday, lng the social period which follow[ weekend visiting with ,the ,formers Feb. 16 a son, Timothy Lewis, was ed adjournment the group played[ brother and sister-in-law Mr. and born to Mr. and Mrs. James L. "Valentine Bingo" and delicious|Mrs. John Light and their family Wiltshire of Ransom refreshments, carried out in the[at their home in Silver Spring, [the hospital during 'the Feb. 11- the hostess. ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heart and 18 period were: litle William L. Returns From Ba~hama Islands |son Rusty were Sunday visitors at Edwards, Mrs. Marjorie Garrett The assignment .there having]the home of ,the loiters parents and little Roger Lee White all of been completed, Mr. William O.| Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz in Harpers Ferry and Rondo Small- Macoughtry III who has been in|Rippon. wood, Charles Town. the e~n~ploy of ~t~he Vitro Company, Mrs. Grant Megargee and sons Medical :patients admitted to the at San Salvador in the Bahama ] Grant III and Bruce of Front Roy hospital were: Miss Eunice R. My Islands since early fall returned ]al, Va. spent Sunday visiting with ers, Mfllville; Mr. Roger Ramey, home recently to spend ten days[her mother Mrs. Delaney Jenkins Mrs. Evaun H. ~oode, Mr: Ezra C. visiting with his parents Mr. and [ and her family. C~mpbeH, Mr. George E. Vickers, Mrs. William O. Macough,try. Re- [ A very enjoyable skating party !~ x~~~~~~~ . Mrs. Abble A. Gaynor, Mrs. Mar-turning 'by plane he was met at [sponsored by'the Parent-Teachers \ ~ jorie E. Merchant, City; Mr. Char the National Airport in Washing- ~Association was held.on Tuesday les Raymond Young, Baby James ton, D. C. by ,his aunt Mrs. Rob- [ evening of last week ,at the l~ller R. Kern, Mrs. Betty J. Ring, Mrs. err H. Hardesty, Mrs. Robert Ma- ] Rink near Berryville, Va. A group Ellen L. Dill0w, Harpers Ferry; Lit coughtry and Miss Shirley Ma- [ of about a 'hundred children and tie Donald Lee Longerbeam, Mrs. cough, try. Mr, Macoughtry has ac- I adults 'were present to spend a Irene Seal, Runs#n; Miss Linda D. cepted a position with the R. C. A. | fun-filled evening complete with Snoots, Knoxville; Mrs. Edith V. Corporation and left on Friday for |it's quota of bum,ps and bruises. Glassford, Summi,t Poin~t. the Patrick Air Force Base at Cape | Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starkey ~i ~ He~.t~F~g ~ / ~ Canaveral, Florida to assume his | and children Cheryl and Joe Jr. METHODIST W. S. C. S. TO new duties. | were supper guests on Saturday ~ HOLD EASTER SALE ~ Mrs. James H. Snyder was a lun ] evening at the home of Mr. and 't'for__.[wru Heart __'N W S C.-'~. of the Charles cheon guest on Tuesday of last |Mrs. James H. Snyder and their -- . , ,. . ;. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. | fam,Hy. town '~vte~noaist Church will hold John. Porter Burns near Charles| Shelby Longerbeam who has t~ "~~ Ji/~ ~l,/~i/y __-- an Easter Bake Sale on March 28 Town and onthe following even-[served for the past four yearswith in the store on the corner of Geo- ing she and her .family had as| the United States Air Force re- rge and Washington Street ,begin-. their supper guests Mr. ,and Mrs. | turned home on Friday from Seat ~[ Ring at 9:00 o'clock. , Marshall Jenkins and thei~ family. [ tle Washington where 'he was star the interest of the Heart Fund Master John Breckinridge, young] loned .for the greater part of his OLD NEWSPAPERS er son of Major and Mrs. James]term of enlistment. Gathering at :here by FOR SALE:--By the bundle, Breckinridge of Alexandria, Va. is]the home of his ,parents Mr..and Most any amount you want. Stop spending ,two ,weeks visiting with| Mrs. Clif.ton Longerbeam on Sun- gCTATg IMCIIDAMPI: at the office of the Sptrlt-Advo' his grandmother Mrs. J. C. Breck-] day to welcome him,home were his -' "HI=I~L L~/141L ~[ II~tJIll4.'~l~ cote on North George St. today inrid,ge at "Flagstop." |sisters and brothers and their fam Telephone 222, Charles Town. Sweetheart Banquet | ilies, Mr. and Mrs. Graden Vann '. 309 RANSON, W. VA. ---------- -- A "Sweetheart Banquet" carried| and children Roberta, Bonnie and Drive CAREFULLY. The LII~ out in the valentine motiff was/ Oraden Jr. of Harrisonburg, Va., :Leesburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. An- !drew Longerbeam and family of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs, Wil- liam Longerbeam and daughter of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mentor, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gl.assford and dau .ghter Mollie Jane, accompanied by the former's son, Mr. Raymond Mentor and their daugher-in-law Mrs. William Mentor, both of Cam ddn, N. J. returned home on Sun day from Shinnston, W. Va. where ,they had been called by the death 7~" NSO of Mrs. Maude Price, the step-AT THE CIRCL IN RA N mother the senior Mrs. Mentor. Funeral services for Mrs. Price, ' , ~ ,' ..... ' '' whose death occurred on Thursday... QUALITY MFATS were held in Shinnston on Satur- d~l~ecent visitors at the home of Miss Kate Riley and herbrother ESSKAY'S $12,000.00 BACON CONTEST Mr. George Riley were their bro- ther and sister-in-law Mr. and (GET YOUR CONTEST BLANK HERE) Mrs. Nelson Henry of Martinsburg With their soll and daughter-in- ESSKAY'S FINEST GRADE BACON Ib 59c law Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry of * Leetown and Mrs. Florence Owens ' UP BACON .- - ,of Kearneysville. ESSKAY S SUN- Ib 4k Mr. and .Mrs. John Welty and * ~heir small son Johnny of Way- CUBE STEAKS . lb. 69c nesboro, Pa. were visitors on Tues day at the home of the loiters bro ther-in-law and sister Mr. and SIRLOIN STEAK - - . lb. 79c Mrs., Robert Light. ,Mrs. Carralee Smallwood return . 0UND STEAK--- 0neless . - Ib $9c ed home recently from Front Roy * al, Va. where she had been the k! gh guest of her son-in-law and dau- ROC n am Fresh PORK SHOULDERS Ib 35c ghter Mr. and Mrs. Ro'bert Ray * and is spending seevral days this Rockmgham Sugar Cured Smoked HAM ib 59c .week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. * George Costello at "Belle Vue Or- chard" CORKHILL FRANKS .... lb. 49c Mrs. David Jenkins and child- ren, David Jr. and Mary Susan of LONG HORN CHEESE . . lb. 49c Front Royal, Va. was a visitor on Sunday at the 'home of her par- FRESH FRYING CHICKENS . . lb. 29c ents Mr. and Mrs. James Burner and their family. P. T. A. Meeting The Paren, t=Teachers Associat- FRESHOYSTERS AND FISH ion met on Monday evening at the ---- "" school witch a,bout thirty in at- tendance. The meeting was opened wi~th Devations led by Mrs. Har- COFFEF vey Kerc,heval Jr. nod was conduc- ted 'by the new vice-president Mrs. ar~,~c~-~r . . James H. Snyder who. has been chosen to fill 'the vacancy created l~'~.;~'lJUl-~ " - -"'-m. 73c by .the recent resignation of Mrs. Ronald Norton Severa items of WILKINS ) business were discussed and tabled BEECH NUT ) lb. 77c until a later date after which the meeting was adjourned and a very MAXWELL HOUSE ) entertaining program was enjoy- ed. Under the direction of Mrs. CHASE & SANBORN ) John Laycock an old fashioned spelling bee was 'held and was won LUZIANNE " ) by Mr. Robert C-oodell Wi'th Mrs. LUZIANNE COFFEE - 2-lb. can $1.38 Fulton Wintermoyer as the runner up. At it's conclusion delicious re- Spare, Treet or Prem, 12-oz. can 45e freshments were served in ,the school lunch room with Mesdames Humpty Dumpty Salmon, l-lb. can 49 James H. and Wallace Snyder as the hostesses. Members of the CRISCO ..... '3-1b. can 84c Farm Women's Club a~tended the meeting in a group, making con- S P R Y .... 3-lb. can 83c tri,butions to ,the school lunch Wesson Oil - - - qt. bottle 57c room. The organization is making arrangements for the use o.f a ma- Jim's Butter Gems -doz. pkg. 2,5t: chine to examine the student's eyes and this project will be un= Bay's English Muffins, pkg of 4 21c dertaken in the near future. Monarch Mayonnaise - - qt. 55c .......................S U G A R .... 5-1bs. 53c PITTS-JEFFERSON (5-LBS. FREE WITH EACH" $20.00 ORDER) T H E A T R E Hershey's Choc. Syrup - l-lb. can 27c (n RLES TOWN, W. VA. LOG CABIN Thursday and Friday Country Kitchen Syrup 24-oz. bottle 43c February 19 and 20 CHIFFON CAKE MIXES - - - 53c "2" EXCITING TEEN-AGE Duncan Hines ) HITS Pillsbur3r ) CAKE MIKES 29c Betty Crocker ) t) EIM|QI // F A B - .... large box 24c (WITH COUPONS INSIDE BOX) ' F)RO q/ PALMOLIVE Bath Size SOAP - 12c -: \ / Como Napkins, 200 count - pkg. 29c SOFTEE TOILET TISSUE, 16 rolls $1.t11) PLUS-- Johnson's Wax, Hard Gloss, , Glo-Coat .... gal. $1.59 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES STAYMAN APPLES ..... 5-]bs. 49c ~~,.. DOROTHY JOHNSON MARK DAMON GRAPEFRUIT ....... 5 for 29c TEMPLE ORANGES . - .... doz. 49c SaturdaYom.v -February__21 Froze Foods svo," . THI[ (ALSO BEEF AND TURKEY) BLUE STAR CHICKEN PIES - - 5 for 95c mAmY- 'AOm TV DINNERS---Beef, Turkey and"(hicken - 59c EVERFRESH PEAS ..... 2 for 29c EVERFRESH FORDHOOK LIMAS - 2 for 35c ICE COLD BEER II | OLD FROTHINGSLOSH. - - . 83c FORT PITT ALE - - - 85c VALLEY FORGE .... 87c _ I GUNTHER - - . - . - 87c SCHLITZ - - - -. - - .. $1.25. Starting Sunday, February 22 A R R O W .... (cans) - - 83c FOR A HVE (5) DAY (6 Pack Throw Away Bottles) ENGAGEMENT ALL POPULAR BRANDS IT BEATS with the rhythm of ) " America's Capital of FUN! (OI EN EVENINGS Till 10.00 I. M.) Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always________________________l'lenty of FREE I)ARKING! be given away. Just enter name, etc., on blank and drop in container at s(ore anytime l, riday or Saturday. Drawing will be held Saturday # Night and Winners Names ,,'ill be posted in store. Name FILMED AT VMI and NEW ORLEANS Address or Phone No ......................... Sunday Shows :--3 & 8 P. M. Save May Be YOUR OWN, held at the Baptist Church on Mr. and Mrs. William Leigh of < ,! i ,~i~ i!ii