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OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE MARCH 5, 1959 5--A ATHER AND OTHER Pfc. Hersel M. Stuckey Serving With Army Band At Base In Germany By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Weather morning and he clay wi,th this glor- 't 'but one week ago quite a chan day heavy cloud Fain turning 'to sleet winds turning evening and at vnorning cold and at ten a. m. snow ones came tumb- last too long and cold. Wednes- COld :brisk air but and by noon Mr. and ,Mrs. Melvin Piper, Miss Lind a Pi,per, Evon Piper, Judy Pioer, Roger and David Piper, Larry Hawk, little Robin Piper, Ylr. and Mrs. Thurman Hawk. A lovely birthday cake baked 'by Gary's mother formed che center ,piece ~'bfreshments consisting of ice cream, cake, potato chips as- sorted cookies, mints and soft drinks. The honored guest receiv- ed many useful gifts. Mr. Elmer Jenkins and Mr. Cari Viands of Murrell HM1 were visi- .tots Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Runion en- tertained Sunday at their home the formers mother ,Mrs. Lula Run ion and Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Bell of M,t. Jackson, Va., Mr. and stlnshine ,which we !have. Thursday mor- Plenty sunshine all Friday mor warmer and abou.t noon and a little colder. S atur- SPring like day made ,though spring was a little colder at . morning a few ln,g and w,lth sun did see a ,few hik Tra~l near a nice day for hik greater part of morning winding .'ws and the bright ag throug~ the win where I ,am writ- here all day. Its hasten on and visit long dear readers. Floyd Higgs and Md. and George Hellman y night Mrs. Howard Wil,t William Dinges have been ,mak- of abode at one of cottages moved new home in Wil,t ,and daughter MeDaniels were vis- evening with and family Mr. Wilt and daughter Town. has been at- several days due of the flu. Pearl and daugh- al~d Mrs. Calvin Ring Y Pearl motored to SUnday and visited Mr. Byron Pearl again for x-rays. Sev ago Byron was in ~hospiSal for treat- ~race for his spine te an im,provement ~st monbh he hasn't he should that, is :k in John' Ho~ii~fffg c-rays. Best w,ishes health. Wilt and Mrs. La- tnd Mr. Charles Tal Georgetown Uni- for another check He is showing I'mprovement. Hardy who has N. D. Baker Hos is ,at his home trust he will be 8001~. QUALI William Piper en- Saturday son Gary those 13resent ,to were ~his ,and Mrs. Perry Carol Lancaster, Johnnie Mercer, yl M. UNTmIL Mrs. Richard West and two sons PFC. HERSEL M. STUCKEY of Purcellville, Va., Mrs. Ida Hardy ~Mr. Jo'hn McDonald and sister Privat~ First Class Hersel 'M. near Martins~burg, Mr. ,and Mrs.Stuckey, U. S. 52465064, whose ad Charles Hardy and Miss Helen dress is now Headquarters & Head and Jewel Hardyt' and Mrs. Evelyn'quarters "Co. CC~B (Band) 3rd Painter and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arm. Div. APO 39, New York, N. Run,ion and family. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and Entered ,the Service April 6, li,ttle son Duane spent the week- 1958 and received basic training at end with the latters parents Mr.Fort Hood, Texas. Since October and Mrs. Ral:ph Marshall of Lov-20, he has been stationed a,t Cole- ettsville, Va. man Kaserne, Gel:hausen, Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Wilt and many. He is now trombonist with son David were visitors Saturdaythe 3rd Arm. Div. Band and is night wit)h the ,formers sister and deeply gra,teful for ~he musical in family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jen- struction received at Charles kins. Town High :School. It was a means Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Garret:t by which he is now continuing a were dinner guests Sunday with musical career with the Army. His 'their daughter and family Mr. and traveling with .the band affords Mrs. Neff Slusher of Ranson. him the opportunity of visiting 37th Anniversary many in,teres~ting Places in Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt many. quietly celebrated their 37th wed- ll ll ding anniversary, Feb. 26 at their | | ~home with their family. Mr. Wilt r L ,is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl and we wis'h you b(~th many By Mi~ Dorothy Bowers many more years o ,wedded hap- piness. They attended ,the Golden Mrs. Martin Grimes of Charles wedding ann~iversary of their aunt Town, Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr. and uncle and also are very best and Mrs. Earl Peacher were in wishes are that you may have the Hagerstown, Md. Friday evening opportunity of celebrating just where they visi~ted Mr. and Mrs. such a happy day as your aunt Arthur Vilhide and family. ,and uncle on your 50th anniver- Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and son sary. Huey and ,Miss Betty Casey of Mr :and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and Leesburg, Va. were visi.tors Satur son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou day evening with Mr. and Mrs. were visitors Saturday nig~ht with Alton C. Muse. h~ fomers parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Roger Milbourne and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and Arbutus and Daisy Moler of Charles Town vis- Antionnette Wil,t. i.ted Wednesday afternoon with Mr. Robert Ott of Charles Town their .brother and sister-in-law was a visitor Sunday with his sis Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. .ter Mrs. Annie Wilt. S'he is going A/lc and Mrs. Paul Mills Jr. of to ,assist him wi,Vh the Red Cross Glen Bernie, Md. spent ,the week campaign. Mrs. Sammy Pearl who has end w,ith the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and sons. been quite sick 'and absent fromMr. Nat'haniel Grey, Mrs. Earl work is much improved and back Peacher Mrs. Elwood Bowers and to her w(~rk again. Glad to knowMrs. Charles Grey were in Win- you are ,much improved. Best wish chester .Va. Thursday on business. es to you Ruth, better health. "Mrs. Grey' alsov~sited her mother ~Mrs. Georgia Staubs and daugh Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger and her ter Reba and Mrs. Ruth Manuel and Mrs. Jane Hawk were dinner guests Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hawk at the parson- age. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrote and Mrs. Lillian Garrett were vis- itors Sunday wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Nell Slusher and ,family of l~anson Mr. and Mrs. William Dinges and family of Brunswick, Md. were visitors Sunday evening with Mr .,and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Many Attend Services Several ~olks from Chestnut Hill attended services at the Silver Grove .Sunday night. A very large crowd was in attendance. Drive CAREFULLY. The LII,?E YOU Save Ma.v Be YOUR OWN. C EAHERS 11:00 A. 9:00 P. M. ....... p - :SOUVENIRS - FAVORS i , ttEFREsHMENTS SERVED (tUALI Y C EANERS sister Miss Betty Rumbarger. Mrs. James Lancaster and child ten of Bolivar were v,isitors Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. William Hoak. Mrs. W~nerd Bowers .and son Donald were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bowers and family of Bolivar visited ,the family in the evening. Marshall McA'boy and David McAboy, both in the U. S. Navy spent ,the weekend with their par ents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mc- Aboy and son. Messrs Arthur Chandler and Paul Mills St. left-by motor on Monday for Newark, N. J. on a bus iness trip for Valley Board Corp. Mr. Alec Costello, an employee of Valley Board Corp. was admit- ted to Veterans Hospital near Mar tinsburg last Thursday and re- mains a patient there for observat ion. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello of Loudoun Heig.hts, Va./his par- ents, his wife, along wit,h Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and son Clifton Mr. Edwin Clevenger and daugh- ter Sharon visited him at the hos- Sunday. Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Mrs. Earl ?eacher and son Allen accompan- ied by Mrs. James Milton and dau ghter, Mrs. Forrest Simmons of Charles Town attended the funer- al of the late Mr. George C. Miller Saturday afternoon in Hagerstown Md. Mr .and Mrs. John Poacher of Martinsburg were viistors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poacher and sons. Council Meeting The Presbyterian Sunday school Council met Sunday afternoon at the church with Roy. Carlyle Mc- Donald, as moderator. Plans were made for additional repairs on the church which will begin in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trussell have moved into their recently pur chased trailer on Jefferson Avenue in Charles Town. Mr. and ~Mrs. Joseph Ranalll and family of Millville viisted Mrs. Ranalli's mother .Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. and family Monday af- ternoon. Hospital Auxiliary's Memorial Fund Boosted By Number Of Gifts Mrs. D. K. Koonce, lreasurer of ,the Memori,al Fund of the Jeffer- son County Hospital Auxiliary an nounced this week that some 30 persons have recently made con- tribu, tions to the Memorial fund as memorials to various deceased persons. The donors and tim per- sons to be memorialized are as fol lows: In memory of Mrs. J. Henry Lam~bert from Thornton J. Perry ,and the Beulah Circle. In memory of Mrs. Frank W. Bennett, Culpeper, Va., from Mr. and Mrs. Merle Alger and Dr. and Mrs. Earl Allara. In memory of Mrs. Stephen Herring, Bal,timore, Md. from Mr. and Mrs. Merle Alger. In memory of John H. Goode 126 South Raleigh. Street AM 7-4441 Martinsburg, W. Va. (38 YEARS OF SERVICE) from Mr. and Mrs. Merle Alger. Mr. Charles E. Mays from Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaeger, BenT- ville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Alger, Mr. and Mrs. George Jor- gensen and Juliane* Jorgensen, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Miss Jen Phillips, Palm Beach, Fla.; Mrs. A. P. FletCher, West Palm Beach, t Fla; and Dr. and Mrs. Earl Al- lara. In memory of Mr. Herbert L. Alexander, Sr. from Thornton T, Perry, Mrs. Talbobt W. Jenkins and Mrs. Harvey Reiter, the latter ]of McLean, Va. In memory of James F. Macou- from Mr. George T. Shirley; tin memory of Rona,ld Glassford, from Mr. George T. Shirley; in memory of Adam Ott from Mr. and Mrs. George E. Vickers Jr. In memory of Mrs. Eddy B. Reed from Jefferson County Hos- pital Auxiliary; Dr. and Mrs. Harry Langdon, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. B. Brown; Vice Admiral and Mrs. T. M. Stokes; and Mrs. T. Perry Lipp}tt, Douglasten, L. I. N.Y. In memory of Dr. Bonney Youngblood from Gl,ad,dis B. Scarr of Washington, D. C.; from Mr. and Mrs. A. J. S. Weaver, Alexan- dria, Va.; Miss Katherine Hicks, Washington. D. C.; and director Autoro Roque, Rio Piedras, Puer- to Rico. In memory of Mrs. Wanda Ten hey, Knoxville, M~I.; from Dr. and Mrs. Earl D. Alla~. In memory of Mr. G. E. Vickers from Dr. and Mrs. Earl All,ara, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S~rider and Mr. Thornton Perry. Mrs. Perry Eackles Wins Sewing Contest In Fredericksburg A former Charles Town girl, Ly dia Janney, now Mrs. Perry N. Eackles, won the Woman's Club sewing contest in Fredericksburg, Va., when the club met Wednes- day, Feb. 19. Her winning gar- ,mn~t was a 'salt and pepper tweed suit styled with a boxy jacket, ,bel- :ted back and straight skirt wi,th )ockets and walking pleats. She wore coordinated accessories in black and white. As winner in the local contest Mrs. Eackles received a year's sub scription to the Vogue Pattern Book. A member of the Fredericks burg Junior Woman's Club, she will enter the district con,test, set for April 4 when the Northern Virginia District convention of the Virginia Federation o,f Wom- en's Clubs is held in Culpeper. Contest judges were Miss Mil- dred Cotes, associate professor of home economics at Mary Wash- ington College; Miss Kathleen Goodloe, Stafford County, home demonstration agent; and Mrs. Ralph Miller, home economics tea cher at James Monroe High School. Mrs. Eackles was also the win- ner of a blue ribbon for her entry in the Junior Woman's Club con- test. High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. Red China gradually loosens So viet ties. Scout Troop 42 Will Visit Antietam Battlefield Sunday Scoutmaster Lewis Carroll, Jr. said today that members of Troop 42, and also any boys who might like to join the scout ,troop, will meet at t~he Charles Town Metho- dis:t Church Sunday afternoon at 1 p. m. for a trip to Sharpsburg, Md. where they will be taken on a tour of the Antietam Battle fields. Mr. Carroll invites all prospective scout members to be at ,the Chur c'h and make the trip along with Troop 42. Miss Joy Dunn Given Party By Parents On Her 17th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of near Middleway honored their daughter Joy at a birthday party in cele- bration of her 17th birthday, Sun day, March 1. The birthday cake was trimmed in pink and ~hite and Joy was preser~ted many race gifts and cards which expressed w~shes for many more happy birthdays. Guests were: Darrell Horst. Ann Bell, Kenna and Bill Fritts, Bobby Dwartz, Carol Ann VanMetre, Carol Carper, Ronnie Brown, Bot- eler Link, Becky, Max and Keenan Dunn, Joy and Walter Dunn, Mrs. Clara Dunn and Grafton Liskey. Notice Of Annual Meeting! The annual meeting of the Mere bers of the Jefferson County Mere ozial Park, Inc., of Charles Town. West Virginia, will be held at tt~e County Court House on Wednes- day, March 11, 1959 at eight o'clock P. M. to receive the report ]of the olficers of the Corporation; [the transaction of such other bus- iness that may be proper before the meeting and the nomination and election of a Board of Direct- ors for the ensuing year. CHARLOTTE GANO, Secretary. Feb. 26-2T- PHONE 664 t ROCKINGHAM TENDER FRESH l MORTON'S CHICKEN B E E F TURKEY m .... WE o C lb. c lb. c Doz. c C I for for for for for for for FROZEN in PKG. for 15 OZ. DELIVER .... lbs. SOLIDS RANSON, W. VA. lbs. QUARTEI{S r MAXWELL INSTANT HOUSE ]ge. JAil 16-oz. 1 K('. HAR C KEEBLER . one woman tells another,and C MAINE NO. PO l OES lbs. 12-oz. BAG C NEW RED POTATOES, TURNIPS, CAB- BAGE, 'PARSNIPS, WHITE and RED RADISHES, LETTUCE, CELERY, CAR- ROTS, LEMONS, ORANGES, ETC. IT'S NOT TOO EARLY TO ORDER YOUR C C IC "A WE C N TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS DESIRE. ---ANY SIZE YOU MAY " "' C IC