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PTRIT OF .IEFFER, ON rARMrRS ADVOCATE 8---A THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1959 I ' ' 1.3~ L l li ii i i..i! i Ill]! il Z--__ LiJ ~LL.i! 1 Z ....f___ J- __ ~-- I tl ............. ' ' Gets Promotion A/1C PAUL D. MILLS, JR. A/2c Paul D. Mills, Jr. was pro- rooted to A/lc on March 1, 1959. lie is now stationed at Fort Geo- rge G. Meade, Md. and he and his wife are living in Glen Burnie, Md. until his completion of his enlistment which will be in August 1959. By Mrs. Charles Adams ,Mr, Garland Heflebower Jr. and Mr. Leo Widmyer and Mr. Ray- mond Ballenger, president of W. Va. Farm Bureau spent Wednes- day and Thursday at Buckhannon and attended officers Training School of W. Va. Farm Bureau. ~Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and three children were Saturday night callers with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bennett of Charles Town are the proud par- ants of a fine son born last Tues- day in the Winchester hospital. The youngster has been given the name of Christopher Jay. 2~his is their second child and first son. Mrs. Bennett is the former Betty Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd of Rippon. Mrs. Graham Royston and Mrs. William Wood of Millwood Were supper guests at the home of ~r. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and gamily on Tuesday. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders were their son Randolph, his wife and three child ran and Mr. Ander's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hock ens of Boyce. Both Mrs. Lewis Carroll and daughter Mrs. Herman Copley both celebrated their birthday Sun day. death of her sister Mrs. Mary Locke of Boyce. She was 91 years of age. Her funeral will be con- ducted from Enders Funeral Home in Berryville. Pallbearers wilt be her nephews. Mr. Douglas Wiley spent the weekend with his grandmother Mrs. Mary B. Wiley and uncle Melvin and brother Lewis Wiley spent the weekend with his grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood. Miss Pat Heflebower spent Thursday night with her school friend Miss Barbara Hough. Mrs. Roy B. Harris of Raphine, Va. at. 1, was a Saturday evening caller to visit her friend Mrs. Lee Brown and family of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris and daughter Mrs. Bobby L. Whetzel and grandson Roy Carson Harris all of Raphine, Va., Rt. 1, spent the weekend visiting Mrs. Harris's )arents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chap- man. They also visited their son Roy B. Harris Jr. and family of Byrd's Orchard on Sunday. Mrs. Bobby L. Whetzel spent the weekend with her brother Roy B. Harris Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Duvall and daughters Ruth Ann and tin da of Martinsburg accompanied by Mrs. Charles McDonald also of Martinsburg visited Mr. Duvalrs aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman Sunday and also were brief callers in the home of their cousin Roy B. Harris Jr. Sunday evening. Mr. Roy Deck of Berryville, Va, was a Sunday caller to visit his friends Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chap- man. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Turner and son of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner were Sat urday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and family. Mrs. Esther Oden and son Guy and Frankie of Bakerton were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and runs Steve, Keith, Terry and Glenn were Saturday evening visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family at Middleway. Mrs. T. D. Ott is spending some time with her son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott and son Calvin Jr. at Kensington, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Fitzpatrick and daughter Fay and son Dale were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry at Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ott of Charles Town were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small- Mr. Kenny Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll is confin- ed to his home with the mumps. Mr. Ronnie DeHaven has been quite sick this week With the meas les and abscess ear. Visi.tors on Saturday noon with Mary and Robert Anders were Mary's sister Mrs. Edith Nesmith and her son his wife and two child ran from Mecklenburg, Pc. and Robert's brother Mr. Lawrence ~n ders and his wife from Browns- villa, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Widmyer and two sons were Sunday evening vis itors with Mr. and Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. and two children Pat and Jim. Mrs. Harry Ashcraft was Satur day afternoon caller with Mrs. Herman Swartz. Little Dennis Whittington grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry~Nicode mus is confined to his home with the measles. About 4.000 people visited open ,house at Doubleday from 6:30 to 8:30 on Wednesday evening. A- ~mong those who enjoyed a most interest.'ng tour from Rippon were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams, son Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, daughter Martha, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman, daughter Nan cy and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Le- Rue son Jim. Around 50 people attended tam- ily night supper at Kabletown school sponsored by the P. T. A and 4-H Club. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckett and children were over night guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tho mas Wiley and family on Satur- day. Darlene Magaha, daughter ~f 'Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha spent Friday with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter. wood of Charles Town wear callers of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner | and family on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and faro ily of Mi~dleway were Sunday visi tors dr" "1~tters mother Mrs. Mary Ctine. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bush and tam ily of Winmington, Del. were week end visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Painter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W, ilt and daughter Cindy and son Lee were Sunday visitors of the formers par ants Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Arbutus and An- tionnette at Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ott and sons of Charles Town were Sunday callers of Mrs, Nellie Oden and family. Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Mlddleway were Sunday calelrs of Mr. and Mrs, Philip Wil ey and daug~hter Thresa Ann. Sunday viistors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family were Mrs. Esther Oden rand so*as Guy and Frank{e of Bakerton, Mr, and Mrs. Theod- ore Ott and daughters, Linda and Diane and sons Teddy, Randy. lacy and Ricky and Mrs. Pauline Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Tuz~ner and family were Sunday dinner ~uests of t~he latters parents Mr. ~md Mrs. William Wilt at Chestnut Hill. Also Mr. and Mrs. Frank An- ~;elo and sons Steven and Kevin of Burke, Va. were guests. Mr.:and Mrs. Clyde Beahm and son of Hyattsville, Md. were Sun- day visitors of the formers parents Ray. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm and sons. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns- wick, Md. was recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy and son Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daughter Dianne. Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were PHONE Your rles 159 (SAVE 10c) Your Car FREE of WEST WASHINGTON STREET IIII II I Visitors on Sunday with Mr. and I Sunday visitors of her .parents Mr. Mrs. M. L. Adams were Mr. and i and Mrs. Ellis Johnson at Mill- Mrs. Lee Adams, son Donnie and ]ville. Mrs. Ernest Clipp. i Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason and Band Mrs. Fred Beahm were re- sin Rocky were Sunday night visi- ] cent callers ~f Mr. and Mrs. Guil- 1toys with Mr. and Mrs. Edward I ford Turner and family. Lee Boyd. I--Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Last week Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ]Terry of Middleway were Sunday Crouch, two children Pat and to Wait You All of CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. III i : P KRE 0%S% ROLLS-I pk.g. 14 rolls 3,3c tl MORTON'S STEAK DINNERpeg. 59c ' BLUE STAR MEAT PIES i5 8-oz. pkgs. 99c il OREADA FRENCH FRIES l-lb. pEgs. $1.00 I DRESSED WHITINGS., lO-Ib, box $1,49 PAGE FREESTONE PEACHES -4 Ige. No. 2V2 cans $1.00 :visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Fitzwater and family. iSchnurr's Re-aCting (40c lb. Lower than year ago) LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE - 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS ROSEDALE PEAS . Mike took a tour of Mt. Vernon. ivlr. and Mrs. A. W. Kondner Jr. of Baltimore were Monday visitors with their son-in-law and daugh- ter Mr. and Mrs Roy Mason and son. Miss Polly Orndorff of Clear- brook spent 4 days with her sister Mrs. Woodrow Adams and family. Little Martha Adams spent Fri- day night and Saturday with her uncle and aun,t Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and family in Berryv!tle while her parents attended t,he milk producers luncheon in Balti- more. Mr. M. L. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams attended the BOTH FOR Area Expanded To Take RED RIPE TOMATOES--Ss - - - ctn. 10c MUSSELMAN'S TOMATO JUICE . U. S. NO. 1 NEW JERSEY POTATOES I II BYS PINEAPPLE AND GRAPEFRUIT JUICE - In Maryland Towns M/Sgt. George R. Sohnurr, the &rmy Recruiting representative for the Eastern Panhandle of W. Va. has been advised by the Recru tlng Main Station tha.t effective March 1, 1959 $hwt his recruiting area has been expanded to include the following towns in Washing- ton County, Md.: Williamsport, Downsville, Sandy Hook, Rohrers- ville, Tilmington, Hancock and Sharp,burg. His i,tinerary will include these new areas along wi'th his usual ~tops in .the Eastern Panhandle, of W. Va. Interested paroles in the East- ern Pan,handle may still contact Sgt. 6chnurr at his Martinsburg phone-Amherst 7-6681 and t~hose in che Washington Country district may reach him at his home, 25 Roessner Avenue, Hagerstown, Md., phone REgent 3-0549. 50-1k bag 99c Maryland Cooperative Milk Pro- ducers annual luncheon on Satur day held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore. I,Nncbeon r~,,~ ic furnished by Feen Lula and his i orchestra. The BaTtimore and Ohio Olee Club en,tertained with a num bar of fine selections. This club has won hig,h musical honors whenever they appear in concerts. The gueqt soeaker was vice admir al Charles Monsen ((7. S. Navy re- tired ~ who produced the "Momsen :Lung" which enable men to leave Subs disabled below the surface. Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Sr. re- ceived word on Sunday of the FRESH -" COLLAIID GREENS - Family size 20.oz. bag 29c U. S. No. 1 STAYMAN APPLES . 5.1b. bag 49c 7 17-oz. cans $1.00 zl 46-oz. cans $1.00 4 quart cans $1.00 MUSSELMAN'S. APPLE SAUCE 17-oz cans $1.00 CHASE & SANBORN COiFEE7 lib. can 75c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE "COi i Big 6-OZ. jar 99C CH CK FULL NUTS FE - l-lb. can 89c - - 4 roll ctn. 31c 4 bars 31c - pkg. I0c - pig. 25c WALDORF TISSUE - LUX TOILET SOAP .... WASHINGTON ASSORT. CAKE MIXES SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES - (Choco]a e - White - Ye]low - Carme]) C R IS C 0--5c OFF - - - F L U F F O-Ik Off - - - SUPER SUDS .... YACHT CLUB PORK BEANS.-. 10 3-lb. can 84c 3-1b, can 81c large box 25c 15-oz. cans $1.00 |