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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEI ADVOCATE !THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1966 A--3 OBSTETRICAL Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Owens, Rt. 1, February 14, Vernon Lee. and Mrs. Ronald E. Dugan, February 15, a girl, Ann. Charles Town; Miss Joyce A. Baker, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Hil- da V. Mason, Ranson; Mr. George W. Stocks, Charles Town; Mr. Robert L Henry, Charles Town; Mr. James E. Sloane, Jr., Boyce, Va.; Mr. Charles M. Jackson, of Boyce, Va.; Mr. Harry W. Baum- gardner, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mrs. Shirley M. Dillow, Charles Town; Miss Carrie M. Jenkins, Charles Town; Mrs. Corinne V. Stevens, Kearneysville, Rt. 1. MEDICAL Mrs. Annie L. McDonald, Hall- town; Mr adam M. Prain, Char- and Mrs. John H. Smear, les Town; Mrsl Margaret E. Host- February 17, a boy, ler, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Baby Scott. and Mrs. Ralph C. Smith, Md., February 18, a Kevin Shean. ~,l~Ir. and Mrs. Floyd E. Runkles, Airy, Md., February 19, a girl, ere~ Jean. . ..... ,'.Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. ~i]ggs, ~lalltown February 19, a girl, 8andra Denise. o Mr. and Mrs William ~. White, ~Uramit Point', February 20, a boy. and Mrs. John R. Writt, of I~ason, a girl. SURGICAL Mr. Austin H. Bowers, Charles Mr. Ernest W. Simons, of GET YOUR PHARMACIST'S HELP ~lzough the average American l~ily prescriptions a year has 12 r)lled by a pharmacist, very few .PeOple use their pharmacist's Stills and know-how to maximum Shirl L. Virts, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. George D. Phillips, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Katie Thomas, of Charles Town; Mr. Frank Nichols Shenandoah Junction; Mr. Lewis W. Fisher, Jr., Charles Town; Mrs. Martha M. Carey, of Ranson; Mr. Orbie S. Sheppard, Bruns. wick, Md.; Mr. Harland L. Ander. son, Ranson; Baby Jamie W. Ran- kin, Rippon; Mrs. M. Burch, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mr. William R. Stevens, Ranson; Mr. Warren Ripple, Winchester, Va.; Mrs. Nellie M. Bush, Millville; Mr. George W. Thompson, Charles Town; Little Gregory T. Breeden Summit Point, Rt. 2; Mrs. Edith M. Fleming, Ranson; Mr. Will- tam M. Redman, Ranson; Mrs. Julia B. Nichols, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mrs Ada E. Cogle, Har- pers Ferry; Mrs. Mary E. Noose, Knoxville, Md. and Mrs. Page E. Henry of Kearneysville, Rt. 1. making a friend, of your urvi ing ?n addiion ?o big parents are two sisters . Sharon Denise and Chris Elaine Rankin at the home; and a brother, Mark Rankin, also at the home. MISS ANNE P. CRAIGHILL Funeral services were held this morning (Thursday) at 11 o'clock from Zion Episcopal Church, Town, for Miss Anne Price Craig- hill, 79, of Charles Town, who died Saturday, Feb. 19, at the Knott Rest Home where she had been residing for some time. The Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector of Zion Episcopal Church of which she was a member, officiated. Burial was made in Zion Church- yard. The deceased was born in the Georgetown section of Washing- ton, D. C, Oct. 18, 1886, a daugh- ter of the late James M. and Anne Berry Craighill She was a lifelong resident of Baltimore, Md., until she moved to Charles Town about five years ago becau~ of failing health. She had no immediate survivors, but had numerous cousins, among them Thornton T. Perry and W. P. C. Perry, both of Charles Town. MISS LA~. S~BOWER Funeral services were held on Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the Sudley Funeral Home in Shep- herdstown, for Miss Laura Vir- ginia Sanbower, 64, a resident o~ Shepherdstown, who died Sat- urday in King's Daughters Hos- pital in Martinsburg, following a lengthy illness. The Rev. John Grissinger, pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Shepherds- town, of which the deceased was a member, officiated. Burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. The deceased was born in Shep- herdstown, June 2, 1901, a dough. ter of the late George W. and o arn; tar e 'e? t g consisted of appearance by T. A. Lowery, Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools, who talked to the group about the coming School Bond Election. It was announced that the next meeting of the Association will be held on March 15 in Itarpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. David Frank Hill, and family, have moved from their residence on Washington Street in Shepherdstown to their new home about two miles south- west of Shepherdstown on the Shepherdstown Kearneysville Road. The new home was built by the Hills following their pur- chase of lots from W. E. Gano last Summer. The Shepherdstown Woman's Club will meet tomorrow, Feb- ruary 25, at 2:00 p. m. at the club room, in Shepherdstown. Mr. Clark Miller will speak to the group using as a topic, "A Walk In The Woods." If the School Bond proposal, :scheduled to be voted on by the voters of the County on March 8, passes, improvements costing i approximately $71,000 will be made at Shepherdstown High School. It is understood that most of the money will be used for improvements and additions: to the laboratory facilities. The Sons of Confederate Vet- erans will meet next week at the War Memorial Building in Shepherdstown. Mr. Leroy Camp, who lives on the Billmyers Mill Road, under- went eye surgery at Johns Hop- kins Hospital in Baltimore lasl week. Mrs. Harry Shirley can mean saving Lillie Lee Jones Sanbower. She possibly your health, was never married. he is a skilled professional Surviving are six sisters--Mrs. The Wizard Clipp Home Demon four, five, or even 6 years MRS. E. J. BRENNEMAN ]William Butts, Mrs. G. H. Gar- straiten Club will meet on March her and Mrs. Clayton A. Hayes, 2rid at the home of Mrs. Ernest intensive specialized training Funeral services were held] all of Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Guy Watson starting at 1:30 p. m. for a college of pharmacy. And he from the Charles Town Presby-[ R. Avey, Great Cacapon; Mrs. their monthly meeting. Ows how he can best serve you, terian Church Wednesday morn-] Jake M. Carney of Long Island, Death of Mr. Watson You follow his professional ing at 10 o'clock for Mrs. Eliza.] N. Y.; and Mrs. Walter H. Crowe This community lost another COUnsel. beth, Jeannette Brenneman, wife]of Martinsburg; a brother, Jose- senior citizen on Saturday with Because he keeps a record of of Foster E. Brenneman, 917{ ph Y. Sanbower, Shepherdst0wn; the sudden death of Mr. Frank YOur prescriptions, he can advise South Samuel street, Charles/ and a number of nieces and neph- watson. Our deepest sympathy ~ouagainst buying a patent meal- Town, who died in the Charles/ ews. to Mrs. Rose Watson and the ~el~e which might Interfere with Town General Hospital Saturday/ rest of the family. Services were night, Feb. 11, where she hadj NOAH S. JENKINS held from the Smith Funeral ~zedication you're already tak- been a patient for some time. Noah S. Jenkins, ?~, husband Home on Tuesday afternoon with g. The Roy. Carlyle McDonald, pas-of Katherine Darner Jenkins, burial in the Masonic Cemetery. On the other hand, he Is equip- tar of the Charles Town Presby- died at the Frederick Nursing Mrs. Paul Ring had the misfor. Pod to recommend proven prod- terian Church of which she was and Convalescent Center on Wed tune of running a nail in her foot ~Lets such as those that provide a member, officiated. The re- nesday, February, 18. requiring a visit to the 'doctor's mains were taken to Canadochy He was born in New Market, office. me most effective relief for mln. Cemetery in Delroy, Pa., for bur- Va., the son of the late William ,Mr. Harley Houser from Wilton ~r digestive upsets or for annoy- ial. T. and Elizabeth Sheets Jenkins. North Dakota is visiting this ~ag cold symptoms. She was born in Philadelphia, Surviving are his wife, Mrs. week with his daughter and fam- liut don't expect your druggist Pa. March 13, 1890, a daughter Katherine Darner Jenkins, one ily, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jurek. act as your doctor. He can't of Walter E. and Elizabeth Leity son Noah Darner Jenkins Tenafly Since arriving at his dalghter's you how to treat a col~l or Schock. N.J., One brother, George D. home he has been on the sick Surviving with her husband~are j~nkins, 'H~r~ Ferry,. two sis- list. 'he or stomach pain that's one son, Foster E. Brenneman, ters,~ Mrs/M~rtha Stevenson, Col- Mr. and Mrs.' Marvin Pierce l lily severe or perslstenL Fairfield, Iowa, one grand-daugb- tdn~ California,_ Mrs.. Virginia and family visited over the week~ your physician's province ter, one sister, Mrs. James Lap- adam, San Antonio, Texas, one end with their son Richard, who~ p~, Philadelphia, and several g~/ndsol~ Gregory Scott Jenkins, is in the service, and stationed! 1 I mmmmm~m nlec~:,ztnd nephews. ' . twin granddaughterS Linda Ro- at Ft. Eustis, Va. i l~ " bin Jenk~s~ Laura: Lynn Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns SCOTT & WHITE JAMIE WESLEY RANKIN Of New $ei'sey and a number of of Falls Church, Va., spent the Graveside services were held nieces and nephewS. : Ethical Pharmacists Saturday morning at 11 in Green i My: Jenkins wash member .of PHONE 725-2182 Hill Berryville, va,, the St. Paul's Lutheran Church CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. for Jamie Wesley Rankin, two- in Jefferson,~,a member of Co- month .old son of .Melvin and ~Cat- lnmbia Lodge No.,58, *A. F. A. M. No. 150 000 Dr. Family herine Palmer Rankin, who died Enoch Chapter Royal Arch Mas- When your prescription Thursday 'in Charles TOwn Gen- Ons No~ 23, Tall Cbdars of Leban- bears this label you know oral Hospital. on, Forest No. 132, Brotherrood You will benefit from the The infant was born Dec. 16, 0f: R. TL Trainnien~ Moose Lodge best that the science of 1965 in the Charles Town General NO. 1552' Brunswick. Hospital. He was a member of Mr $enkins retired from the Pharmacy can provide, the Pentecbstai Church in Rip- B: and O: railroad in 1960 and w~ the yard ~oreman of the B. ~lm~mm/ P0n" ' and O.:ln.,Brm~sWick prior to his. ~l~G~~i --~~BiB~-- retirement, .h~vtng served 53 years With. th~ company. i The Rev: Harry Schafer, supply pastor of St. Paul s Lutheran Chu-~ Iiavlng sold my dairy herd in 196~, and renting farm and dis. rch at Jefferson,. officiated: Continuing farming, 1 will sell on Premises along Ballenger Creek Road. about 1 miles S. of Frederick, Md. and Route t0 In Frederick County, Maryland on: TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1.966 AT 12:00 NOON, TO-WIT: FAIRM MACI-HNERY, ETC. '. WATSON Funeral sere, ices were held on at 2 p. m. from the Smith Memorial Funeral Home in Charles Town, by the Rev. Charles Reckley, for Frank Mason Watson, a retired farmer of near Middleway, who died unexpect- edly Saturday evening at his home. Burial was made in the TRACTORS --- Massey.Ferguson Model 50, with 2 bottom ~ZOunted plows, Mc.Deerlng Model 100 mower, 7 ft. cut with MasonicCemetery at Middleway. ~pt. hook-up; Massey.Harris Model 44 tractor with manure He was born in Jefferson eader and cultivators (3 pt. hitch); Model WD Allis Chaimers County, August 21, 1888, son of tractor; AC trip bottom plows (new 1965) and Ford Red Belly John and Mollie Locke Watson. tractor; all tractors in good condition. A lifelong resident of Jefferson 'New Holland Super.Hayllner baler; New Idea Model 201 Pro County, he was a member of the Middleway Methodist Church ~Zanure spreader like new; New Idea 12A tractor manure Surviving are his wife, Mrs. ~Preader; McCormick.Deering Model 37 dis~ harrow with 36 Rose Fleming Watson; two sons, discs and rubber tire lift carriage, like new; large McC.Deering John Mason Watson, Shepherds- ~0 tooth springtooth harrow, good as new; 13x7 McCormick- town, and Paul Frazier Watson, weekend at their home here. Mr. Harry Baumgardner is a patient in the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr: and Mrs. Tommy Frye att- ended the funeral of Mr. Fred Stat~s,~n S/~turday from Martins burg. Our deepest sympathy is extended thb Staubs family. Mrs Edwin Jurek entertained with Birthday Party on Tues- day afternoon for her daughter, Tam,y, who was two years old. Those present were. Mrs. Kenny Ring and two Children, Mrs. Law- rence Ring, Mrs. Allefi Ring and. ,Mrs Harry Shirley. Tommy Shirley, stationed at Ft. Benning Go., is spending a 21 day furlougll with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Shirley. Anyone Serving Food To Public Must Have Food Handler's Permit Anyone serving food to the public must in the future ha~e at least two hours per year training and a permit from the Jefferson County Health Department. This was one of the things that some 235 persons representing so. sial, church and affiliated groups in attendance at the two-day meet ing held in the Charles Town THE NOW YOU AND YOUR FAMILY CAN ENJOY LIVING ROOM TOURS OF ALL THE FAMOUS SIGHTS OF THE WORLD! llech week several new series of S cteree color slides will be ovailabla at your nearest ACME~ ... Each series costing only 29% In a short time, a complete set of 60 beautlfu[ color slides wXI be yours, to give you and your children years of fun and fascination! Blm~ (containing S Stereo Slides) with your purchose of your WONDERS OF THE WORLD STEREO VIEWER Offer Expires Sot., Feb. 26, 1966. ~ou Family. Best year yet to CHECK ACME! Quontity, Rights Ee~rved. YOUR OWN PERMANENT COLLECTION OF 60 MAGNIFICENT, FULL COLOR, 3 DIMENSlOHAL STEREO SLIDES OF THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD! Just pick up a new series each week at ACME and add it to your collection. The full series is listed on the back of each slide package.., follow it to get your complete set. Wonders of th~ World is an excellent acid!Lion .to any classroom or school lib- rary as a permanent reference for teachers and students alike. TENDER, YOUNG, OVEN-READ IDEAL, EED SOUR PITTED MUSSEU~AN'S CHERRY Pie Mix... LUCKY LEAF CHERRY '~'49 5-oz. C c~ns 2 '~":" 69c Pie Mix 7-o~, CaRS IDEAL QUALITY Pie Crust Mix2:::;27' IPREEI... i 6 TEA BAGS WITH PURCHASE OF 48 Tea Bags c WESSON ..~59' UBBY'S VIENNA LANCASTER BRAND VIENNA Sausages 2 ".':. 45' GOLD SEAL Mtx . 29c Pancake " IDEAL QUAUTY Mayonnaise ":: 55' iDEAL IDEAL QUALITY Margarine 5 5 VARIETIES... HOLLYWOOD '-19' ,of6 DAINTEE ASSORTED IDEAL, FRESH.FROZEN Broccoli Spears 0 Pk '- P 7 IDEAl. FANCY FROTSN .. 3 :=59 COMPLETE T E1 (WITH $25 WORTH OF ela~ ~11 li~ II d~&~ACME REGISTER TAPES) ~P -~[7 MllI~l eech V MATCHING SAMSONITE (WITH $! 5 WORTH OF A db db ACME REGISTEE TAPES) -14[ w * * * * * oath V REGULAR $5.50. . AMY VANDERBtLT'S COMPLETE ~a?ring rubber tire disc drill, like new; Model 404 New Holland Midd[eWay; five grandchildren Civic Center last week were told. 2" 49' Bea 49 .o~ Y crusher; Super 55 NH side rake; Massey.Harris tom and one great-grandchild. The meeting on basis food ser- . .- ns. ,~.~: (WITHPuRCHAsE)ANYSgO01 each Planter with fertilizer attachments; 3 Grove loW down rubber vice sanitation was held under the auspices of the Jefferson Cou tire wagons with beds; Mayrath grain and bale elevator and nty Health Department to help ~ ::- :( -~-0~-~0~~00000000000000(~0000000000~0~'~..~ r~otor, 38 ft.; AC scraper 3 pt. hitch, new 1965; eultipaeker; those interested in serving food ~ ~~(M&) I THiS COUPON W0 ( THIS COUPON WORTH {C) I THIS COUPON WORTH (O) Zeraper with 3 pL hitch; Little Genius 12 plows; wood saw; to the public to become qualified THIS COUPON WORTH CA) I W RTH B) I eYclone tractor powerod seeder; Century portable field $prayer; todoso. ~ IUO~s~;~s I OA.~, ~m I ?A ,b~] ~EEN I *~/t.b,/ GREEN tractor chains and belts; clod drag; New Idea steel wagon gear; This Policy of training and per ~ WITH TOUR $|0 | q~ ~1~ qr~ STAMPS I ~ ~lff w~j~ SlrAMPS ~ I ~ ~1~ ~ STAMPS _~ 2eowhaYclippersracks; dehorners;feed troughs;electric75 cOWfencers;neck metalchainsandandwoodnUmberS;posts; BY RUCKY MORROW mrs is in compliance with a State ~ 0R M0. RE P.URCNASE I A~ ACME MaEgETS ! with the purchase of anyAT &rME M~RKIT$2.4as. pl, gs. | AT ACME MARKETS ( t]sctumn| cq|oret los i Health Department regulation re- ~.~ ....... ! &'ira the purchase of any 2 ~aves LANCASTER CHIP CHOP HiM ORI with the purshase of 3.tb pkI --~ ~re, etc.; 2 rolls snow fence; wlndrower; Danhuser post hole .---~-_~_-._Z-:~.--~: - : :- quiring all persons serving food ~ N~, ":":'.~.~':"~".... I ar~wmu~nsRK i SLICED I L&IKaST|RStAI~FR~" Zqgger for tractor mounting; hay rope; potato plow; single The Shepherdstown Men's Club to the ptlblic to be registered ~ ~, :.. ........ " FRESH BREAD i $MOKEDBEEF LOAF t GROUMDDEEF _~ Offer ox~tre~_ Sat., Feb. 26 1966 I Void Afro, Feb. 26, 1966| Void After Fob 26 | 9 Void AfhYr Feb. 26 1966 " __ with the local Health Department ~ One upon y I | O.. Cou~n ~, ~.mily ~,~, I Y ~5Ovel plow; smoothing harrow; water tubs; rubber tire wheel- elecl~ed its Officers for the coming Mrs. Kathryn Rudolph, Public ' n . . ~ I Co Por~amtJ I~ease (~eCeupo pe, FarndyPluase OneCoup~nperFamit Pltase ~rrow; extension ladderS; mixed grass seeds; mall tools, year,, Iast week. The Rev. George Health NUrse, discussed personal ....... ~ ...... "-- -- -'- .... --- ,-- ~ --- ....... fUeLaval milker unit; stainless st~l tank strainer;, ~dlage cart; S. ,Tohnston,~ rector of Trinity hygiene, and John Cooper, Sani- " ,4- ~THI$ COUPOH WORTH (|) I T.,s COUPON WORT,' (F) I THIS COUPON WORTH |G) I THiS COUPON WORTH (H) fled cart; stable bucket cart; buekets; forks; shovels; scoops; Episcopal Church in Shepherds- tar|an, reviewed the basic princi-[ ~@~ MEEN I ~ -&" UEm I GREEN i SRIBi brushes; etc. i ms not 0 t h ' r Itwn' WaSoffie,rsChOSenehosenaS president.were: W. ionPleSandf food protection,dishwashing, refrigerat][ ~AT=~MA?J~MPS , OV "J~ ST'MPS [ q~V&=ff, STA'PS , OV d~q STAMPS . All feed left on farm by time of sale. Other small te E. "Bud, *Van Meter, vice-presi- A film Serving Food was J ~ ,,hth. pu,cha*.of "~" ii;~d ,, ,, z I AT ACMi MARKIT$ CMI MARK|TS I AT ACN~ MA|glTS dent; Arthur Prhther, secretary; shown which outlined good food[ ~ 4-6oc. o, 3-12 o,. cans [ wimthopurcha**ofa2-1b.h*of ] with the purchase o, 13.oLcan [ withthopursh~*saof~ MS---CASH ON DAY OF SALE. Not Responsible For John Orndorff, treasurer, and service. ~ IIIEatFROZliN , IMAt~IALiT j JI~TWOMNgtFgt , S-I~UtlI~S ~ tceidents im STALEY Russell White, co-treasurer. The Dr. Earl Allara, County Health ORANGE JUICE I LOAF CHEESE . v.HA& SPRAY I ONIONS club meets twice a month, and Officer, stated no further class I I I , C. IRVING (J ) met last night at the War Memor- for organizations and churches & PHONE MO3-5829 ial Building in, Shepherdstown. are planned. Anyone having any :~. DOTY REMSBERG The offkcrs w~re chosen last questions should direct them to week. ' I the local health department. ~I~I~IERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneers The Jefferson Podn.y Demo- Clerk crattc Association met last week, MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF CO CE Lunch Will Re Servtd. Feb. 2<- on February 15, at the War Mere-] AHend Church Sunday orial Building in Shepherdstown. :iil !!: ii ! ?! :ii :ii