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USTIN NICODEMUS Services -~.will 0e Lenten Services ohn's Episcopal Church on night at 7:30. The Rev. Wheeler will be in char- ~e services. Rev. Temple Wheeler will Holy Communion Service 0hn's Episcopal Church on ,'March 5 at 9::~0. Sunday will follow at 10:30. and Breeden Wedding Kitty Breeden, daughter ~nd Mrs. Elwood Breeden )on a~d Mr. William Fred- Vetzel of Gaithersburg, Md. ~r. and Mrs. Louis Wetzel ~it Point were married in !le ring ceremony, Feb. 4 m. at Beallsville, Md. ~teremony was performed Rev. William Mercer. The ~bre Blue suit and navy ac- ~'Guple left for a wedding ~aithersburg, Md Mr. and :~el will make their home Lhersburg where Mr. Wet- employed by State Road Ssion. ~d Mrs. Herman Swartz O. T. REITER SPECIALIST In Chides Town and NIGHT to 7:00 P. M. Charles Street 519-M THURSDAY CHARLES +THEATRE NSON, W. VA. U FRIDAY Only 7:30 P. M. i! \ 3:00.7:00-9:00 P. M. 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. 25c - Adults 50c and Thursday 1 and 2 the Screen Blushes Z ENTERTAINMENT! and Saturday 3 and 4 MARTIN Ill. CONTE - CESAR ROMERO ~. e,cruet TECHNICOLOR and Monday 5 and 6 McGUBE w~,tNu ramS, etotm$ and Wednesday 7 and 8 Story, of D, ROOSEVELT . TECPINIC'OLOR Friday - Satfi ; ay 9,. 10 and 11 ADDED, TION -- attended the funeral services of Those attending were Mr. and children Mat and Mark and Cin- tan and Jim Boyd, Shorty and fancy sandwiches were served. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE Mr. Swartz, aunt, Mrs. Katie Mrs. Robert Light and son Bobby tha and Christopher of Charles Danny Staubs and Margaret and [Mrs. Olin Bush won the special THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961 ....... 7--B "Swartz Grubbs 81 of W~nehester, ]~r. andS.Mrs, Jack Kincheloe and T~wff. r.. Edward Diffenderfer. l, prize which was presented when ....... Va. The funeral services was con-son John and Miss Shirley Ma- Mary Randolph Smith of Uni- Mr. Rieky Magaha spent Fridaylthe music stops and dancing with $PI-IT- V A [. tET ducted Monday afternoon at 2 eoughtry of Summit Point, Mr. versity of N. C. at Chapel Hill night with his school mate Tom,['a designated person. A country BEST ADERTISIHG MEDIUM [ham which was chanced off by o'clock at the Braddock Street Me and Mrs. Charles Kackley of Ber- and Ruth Rogers Smith Stuart my Steptoe also attending bro- [the Blue Ridge Twirlers was won thodist Church by the Rev. Jacob ryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staunton, Va. are planning to ar- therhood. Mast. Chapman and daughter Nancy. rive at their parents Mr. and Mrs. Plan Anniversary Dance[by Mr. W. Bill Smith of Front 4-1tClub ' Mrs. John Locke Burns Jr. was Robert R. Smith Jr. on Friday Mr. andMrs. Tom Magaha held I Royal who operates a barber II I" "' ',.a,~ll~.~~+~_ Three of West Virginia Beaut- dinner guest on Wednesday at for the weekend, a board of governors meeting at lshop. A successful evening was ::!i::ii~:::i!~!iii!!~zlii~!!: " . II lenjoyed by all as the group dan- ii;!~ !::i!iiiii!i!i!~: 'ies were the basis for the pro- +the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams their home Thursday evening red to the call of John Robinson. ~ ~:i~:ii~ + gram of the regular meeting of R. Smith Jr. were guests at the home of Mr. with plans to make the 1st anni- the Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Miss Barbara Shull of Summit and Mrs. Hayward Boyd on Satur-versary Square Dance party a Mrs. Earl Fuller is expected toIlll*~t~i !iiiiiiiiiiii *~~ ~ Clb held in the Kabletown School * Point was a guest at the home of day night, gala one at Shenandoah Downs t arrive at the home of her mother Feb. 22. Edward Hough president Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodem,s Clubhouse from 9 till????? Mere-'Mrs. John Magaha Saturday, Mar II I~! ~ ++ ~*~I~ ~ was in charge of the meeting. Pat ! and family over the weekend, were Sunday guest at the home bership,, program, social and pub ' eh 4th for a visit. rieia "Heflebower vice president Farm Woman's Club ofMr. andMrs. Dallas Kibler of lic committees are joining forces Round Dance Ciass II If!: LET US REDUCE '~E FI~ had charge of the program. The Meeting at the home of Mrs. Berryville, Va. to make this party a pleasure one. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams theme for the devotions was Paul 'Chapman March 2 at 7:30 Mrs. C. F. Wall and daughter The club anticipates a large turn lmotored to Itagerstown Sunday "Hands". The scripture Job 17-9 Rippon Farm Women's Club will, Susan was guest on Sunday at out. Eight great callers from El'iwith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sealock Jr.IIII !l Hi~A~ ~''-'-D-I~" YOUR H0h~! was read by Ellen Cloud and Joe study "Let's Start Outside Im: Mrs. Walls grandfather Mr. M. S. kins to Waynesboro, Pa. will be Cloud read a staory on "Hands . provement" with Mrs. Warren Canter of Winchester, Va. calling. Persons interested mayif Front Royal where they attend I ed round dance class under the There use and the way each uses LaRue the leader. Mrs. Garland Mrs. Charles McDonald substit-purchase tickets .50 a couple as direction of Mr. and Mrs. Curley II / "Wiring and O"t:^t:urns Chec:-:'-:nt-u them. The Club prayed The Lords Heflebower Jr. is co-hostess, uted at the Rippon Elementary spectators from any club mem-icuster. Curley has just released Prayer. Robert R. Smith 3rd was play- School Lunch Room for Mrs. Stun ber. ?['he Shenandoah Squares are :a recording with permission fort II J The club realized $45.00 from ing basketball as a member of ley B0yd as Mrs. Boyd has been off to a good start by having the publication to "Set In Order" a I II I , Appliances Examined " serving the Ruritan Supper. The Company L at V. P. I. Blackshurg sick for the past week. ' privilege holding their dance at square dance magazine. Lucy and t II Power Loads Rated club decided to clean the road- Va. He sprained the muscles in Heart Fund Dance beautiful Shenandoah Downs Ed Sealock were supper guest III Irl Fuse Boxe~ ested sides of the community in April the lower back and was a patient A Heart Fund Square Dance thanks to Mr. Leavitt. T with Charles and Elizabeth [i III/ yo,2y and to have a Good Grooming in school infirmary last week.was held Tuesday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magaha, Mr. Adams later that evening. [ Contest in May. Robert will arrive home from Fountaindale High School in Ha- and Mrs. Charles Adams visited l I' The program "Be familiar with V. P. I. Blacksburg, Va. on Thurs gerstown. Responsible for the with the square dance club atU. S. pmns mg ramo~ " 1'~~ elescope I o p West Virginia" was presented, day to spend a week with his par western style square dancing Caskade, Md. Friday night. II I," licensed electricians will spotlight West Virginia Trees was discuss- ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. clubs success were Mr. Danny Entertains Shen. Squares to track Mars trip. I " and eliminate any danger spots. ,d by Stephen Cloud. Stephensta Smith Jr. at their home "Silver Miller, Fred Bell, Blaekie Sim- The Blue Ridge Twirlers Square [ II ]I/i J ~d that West Virginia is the sec Spring". mons, Milt Neidlinger and sixteen Dance club entertained the Char: Navy shiftin-g--~warning base I '+ ,nd largest producer of hard Guest at the home of Mr. andyear old high school student Jack les Town Shenandoah Squares to Iceland. I EDW~D MAGAHA wood in the United States, sec- Mrs. Hayward Boyd on Sunday ie all excellent callers. Those at- Thursday night Feb. 16 at Boyce * Dud only to Arkansas. The state were+Mrs: Monty Tumblin and tending from the Shenandoah Parrish Hall. Richly decorated Edueador converts mangrove[Illl [,i\, ELECTRICAl CONTRACTOR tree is the Sugar Maple and that Mrs. Brenda McArthur of Berry. Squares were Charles and Eliza- with red hearts the colors of red swamp into harbor. [ each 'tree producs 3 lb. of Maple ville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Henry beth Adams, Bootie and Tom Ma and white were carried out. De. I Telephone 424 Sugar each year. The trees are Brown and children of Va. Mr. gaha, Helen and Glen Magaha, 'licious refreshments of punch, New Soviet" p--~ct is signed byI I I ~I used for Maple syrup and furnit- and Mrs. Calvin+ Bennett and Evelyn and Willard Beahm, Mar- candies, cakes, coffee and very /Cuba. ! I! I i Charles Town, W. Va. lure. Barbara Hough discussed i West Virginia Birds. Barbara showed pictures of birds common Lo West Virginia such as Cardinal gold finch, house wren, king fish er, blue jay, Bob White and Blue bird. The Cardinal is the state bird of West Virginia. West Vir- ginia State Parks were discussed by Jimmy Heflebower. +Jimmy told of 10 state parks. Andra 306 acres in Barbour County; Black Water Falls 1,679 acres near Da- vis; Capon 5,814 acres near Ber- keley Springs; Droop Mountain Battlefield 269 acres in Pocahon- tas County; Grandview 878 acres near Beckley; Holly River 7,592 acres near Hacken Valley; Lost River 3,841 acres near Mathias; Pinnacle Rock 33 acres near Blue field; Tuggart Lake 1,803 acres. near Grafton; and Watoga 10,057 acdes on the Greenbrier river near Huntersville. The parks of- fer year round recreational facil- ities. Jimmy also told of Cran- ,erry Glades in W. Va. a spot hat grows flowers and plant,: hat usually grow much farther south than W. Va. Several talks and demonstrations were given. Barbara Hough gave a talk on "Baked Desserts". Marie Penwell gave a demonstratio~ on "Wrap- Meat for the Freezer". Ed Hough gave a demonstrat- ion on "Weighing Animals With out Scales". Jay Cepelka gave a demonstration on "C Units Trac- tor Project." The Cloud family will be host for the March Meeting. Ellen Cloud had charge of recreation. Marshall Thompson was host for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. attended the Horticulture meeting in Martinsburg this week Miss Louisa C. Smith of Wash :ngton, D. C. was a weekend guest at the home of her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. Miss Elizabeth M. Smith will return to' her home af- ter a week visiting in Washing- ton, D. C. Mrs. Molly Hillard journeyed Friday to Winchester to be with her brother Walter Lee who has just suffered from a heart attack. Episcopal Churchwomen The Episcopal Churchwomen of 3t. John's Church of Rippon will meet at the home of Mrs. Hay- ward Boyd on Tuesday, Ma~ch 8th at 2 p. m. Miss Evelyn Lloyd spent the weekend with her sister and bro- her-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John awter of Shepherdstown, W. Va. Miss Patricia Heflebower spent ~he weekend in Middleway the guest of Miss Viekey Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue +en :ertained at supper on Saturday. ,T McDONALD. JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATB saasov BaUdin Phone 785 I i I *{ ,+ ,+ During 1960 -- our first full year of merged operations with the former Virginian Railway --the N&W has become a stronger, more efficient and more productive transportation system, providing better service for communities along its lines. Here axe some highlights o last year's operation and service. Ash oing railroad, the N&W hauled 17,000,000 TONS OF MER- CHAND SE FR !GHT . . raw materials for your factories. ., scores of (hings yDU needed for your family...+millions of tons of the products you manufactured, .grew and mined were delivered to markets of the nation and the world. Murat'61,900+000 TONS OF COAL AND COKE. , . to keep factory wheels turning, to generate electricity, tq heat schools, hospitals homes, tohelp make steel and countless ,bther products. As h going industry and employer, the N&W paid $102,800,000 IN WAC S, SALARIES AND FRINGE BENEI ITS to its em- ployees your friends and neighbors ... railroad+ dollars that helped to boost your community's economy. Spent $41 600 000 FOR CAPITAL IMPROvEMENTS to build a batter, more efficient railroad . . . for new cars and locomotives, expanded ya ls, additional industrial sidings, +more modern com- munications and other betterments.., plus $28,000,000 FOR SUP- PLIES Used day to day operation and maintenance. These purchases meant business for local merchants,, service industries, suppliers and contractors. " As a going industrial developer, the N&W helped to bring 236 NEW AND EXPANDED PLANTS along its lines . . . with an investment of $161,300,000, creating 8,464 jobs. The N&W spent more than $I,000,000 for industrial development, strengthened its Industrial Department and began a two-year survey with Faptus Area Research of manufactttring ppten throughout.the e tire territory. 'As a go/ng citizen, the N&W is paying a TAX BILL of $48,600,000 to federal, state,, c u Ry and . . . railroad tertian, parks, Hhraries.and Other Friends and cust0me Of t he No olk afid Vest ra in of commu "reties helped us make thq e pledge ou continued efforts for their communiti , we pl lge+our contim for growth and progre : ,+ + Nation's NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY GBNESAL OFFI0I~S.* ROANOKE. VA, Charles Town, W. Va. ~ T~I ImtAvu.~m~ ~ 2