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PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONIES FOR GRAND RE-OPENING WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ....................... ............. ..... iii :',i .... : ..iii: s!i :.;:: :.::' i: (!!ii When the new and modern Western Auto Associate Store had it's grand re-opening Friday and Saturday, February 27-28, one of the highlights of the two-day affair was a special ribbon-cutting ceremony at which Charles Town's Mayor Nicholas Carson did the honors. Participating in the cere- monies were the group shown in the above picture. Ricbard Griffin, a representative of Western Auto Supply Company" Howard Whitmore. store clerk: Carl Rose-Jensen, designer and contrac- tor for the new Charles Town store: Mr. James E. Senseney, owner and operator of the store, Mrs. James Senseney; Charles To~'n's Mayor, Nicholas Ca~on, who is cutting the ribbo~ at the re- opening Ceremonies staged on Feoruary 27: Richard Brockmann, store manager, and Thomas Clark store clerk. Officials of the store s~id public response to the re-opening of the new store was heavy and most gratifying on both days. Snecial Awards To Be I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE r ................. ]6---A THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1959 ! Presented ByGarden 'l------- -- ' All Miss Rebecca lenkms Sermon Topic Announced . Clubs At Convention t., ...., . ,... . Always y t mty of ; Walt on Y, tsecomes ,rme Mr. rayne I for rresbytertans .........zvzrs. ~. z-z. wmzams, genera~l[ , il e. Your ,c i i, Your Ca F of Chi de. , chairman and Mrs. C. ManningI Miss Rebecca Jenkins, daugh-[ Carlyle A. McDonald, minister ~m~n: co-cna~rman of the 29~h[ter of Mrs. Delaney Jenkins of [of the Charles Town Presbyterian annual conven[lon of Cue wes~ vlr r Chur h h . - [Summit Point and the late M. [ c as stated that .t)he ser- gmsa Garden Club to be held ~t e ns .... ".... I Jmki . became the bride of Mr. [mon topic for Sunday March 15 PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. -; ~ne, ~reen~riez', ^White ~uipnur ]Claude 'Payne, son of Mr. and twould be "Christs' Poverty and ~ ~przngs, ~wa~-ca z~ ~o Aprzl 1 an: [Mrs. Claude Payne of Ashburn, [Our Weal,th". Other'services will nounce an importune lea~ure oI h ste be ~n ... .. ~. .... [Va. Feb. 19 in the Winc e r] ~ follows: Sunday School at I~ ~ I1 1 ~ 1 I [. I 1 1 ~ ~ms meeting. :.~ne pres,en~atmn o~ ] ~Va.) Baptist Church Chapel. The i 9:45 a. m. and Youth Vespers at an &warn oz rionor wu! 9e g~ven [ceremony was performed by ,the [6:30 p. m. The regular morning I ~.oa ousln.ess,an(l)naus~r!aj es~ao [Rev. E. P. Clarke, pastor before Jservice will be at 11:00 A. M. The t ~]~t ~ A ~ ,, ~ nsnmen~ in cms sta~e wmcn nave ]ju% close friends of the couple. I public is cordially invited and Nur ~ ~ , ~,~ "- - - ! oy tanascaplng malnreflanceann reen woo ser faci 1 1 .. ~ '.' . .. . [ The bride wore a g 1[' y "1 t'es are available for lit ~ a I ~~ R 'z'ner means" added "~ the att':ac~ [ dress with brwn accessties and [ tle children' a ~q t ! ~~ I| 1 ~ g lveness of cnelr loyalz~y In such a s her attend m-..~. ~. ~~ .~.. '..~..7,: .... [an orchid cot. age and - [ The regular meeting of ,the ses ~ ' ,~,,,,~, ao ~ u~ ~ ~ ~,~.~,~u,,~, ant Mzs Kenneth Walkez of Leesion has been c m "i f rs " . " , "~". " ." cancelled for Tues- fortsm endaton o outstandmgef amber ~r~ ~ ] ]~~,-~1 t " [town,a sister, wore an [day, March 17 due to the ~act that -. , , . /woolsuit with black accessories IWinShester Pl'oshxH,a~, ~,,iT~ m,~,~ Ten sucn awaras may ~e given/and a white carnation [~ ~ n. ,~ m ~V..~/~...'~'-" ~72~ - " --'s s ri- " " ''" -:~ '~" ...... ha~ ua~v .z wz.- annually, ~eginning ~n~. p ng oy | Mrs Payne is a senior at Char- Ichester Va to receive the new Ex the West Virginia Garden Club lies Town Hi-h School t ~. '.. ..... ' , ~ ecu~;lve ~ecre~aryx)r~ ~ t~ow- T.he awards will be presented to ~ Mr Payne attended Loddoun I sert In view of the fact that all . WHITE t:AULI?LUWUI'-"'-'-"-- - - - , head . . ~ . ..y . s ~,weecnmrswu, par~e, pa:em the ROCK116HAM sNo s0ring said orgamzatmn who w~ll[served for a time in the U S Air | ......... ..... ' .... ,. ~ /x-azm ~unaay ann .:as~er services ] m turn presear ~ne awara t tne tF~ce He is "resentl" empl"ea 'zen's C ......... "/H W ] 0 " nin r "u Th rd is n : 1 "" . v a a la IUll renearsal oi each enoir is an win) g gop. ~a,wa s~ ot|inWashington D.C" ,ticipatednex, tWednesday'~hild- 1 I'fiN Ik Ill' ..... ': . , ~ , nosr renearsat ac ;~:;~u z-'. U, S. N. 1 STAYMAN APPLES, G-lb. ba _Another pozr~t oz.m.~erest oaring | ~ ~ . ~.. ~ ~ t |M. Junior Choir rehearsal at 3-30 sue convene;ion will De ~ne pec- 'm ' " " " now & Mile p Semor Chow rehearsal at iai recognition at the President's / Anuus Sails 5 [ .... !" Mq I" M~ ~l } Ill ' . ~oo~m Ill LIIO 'U / L U 1 FLORIDA -'(80s Size) - 10 for4 c breakfastAprill, honoring pres -[ ., t I' I deflts of individual clubs of the/At Rlrhmnnd 'Palnnt0fl / ~ JUICY organization. The past-president. | ~u ullu~ullunuvun~t n~ ~ | ....... particularly those who served dur / . ' vloonu , GRAPEFRUIT lng the early years of the organ-[ F=rm 1 n~nr~~nta41 / n i r u n ] ~ " for, qi .tll be well aware of t'he growth|"-H" h~ ,.~..-...---.. i ........ WARD MILLER ofthe group from the original 14 | . | ]sy Ivlrs. (~naries Aoams clubes represented at the first an [ The second Great Atlantic ~n- | nual meeting "held in May1930 at |gus ~ull snw an sam blue as/ SOl ]APP] l) 'It t' " l_ 'i' c the YWCA in Charleston in con- ithe biggest Angus auction ever | Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Cal trast to the present "320 'clubs of i held on the North Amerie,an con-ivin Nicodemus son Charles attend ~ RORIOA CELERY . . . , ,arue stalks . 'approximately "8000 members |tinent, was staged at the sta'te |ed the reception given by the From this small be~inin~ the /fair grounds in Richmond last/"Gamma Thi Beta" Sorority in West Virginia Garden Club has ]week. I,t brought 420 registered Jr'he Elizabeth More Hkll at Mor- grown not only in membership ]bulls from 12 states and Canada [gantown for parents, new, active but in participation ,n making im |and buyers from Washingtn s'tate [and alumna" Their daugh'ter Reva 1 "i provements,in the state-through [Colorado, Wyoming, Texas and |is a sophomore at 'the University. educatlon'elegislation for anti bitl ]some 30 other states, West Virgin ] Mrs. Myrtle Weller of Alexan- boards anti litter and rural zon- ]in being represented by "Paignton ]dria spent Thursday through Sun ing anci many other media Sever- ]Farm" near Charles Town. |day with her sister Mrs, Margaret alpastpresidentsareexpected'to'~ A bull from New York sta~te was'Payne. {PON Hi 6-1b Tray attend the convention named grand champion of ~he | The Summit Point choir which * The theme for t'he' Presidents show and found himself a newlMrs. Orville DeHaven is a member WAR[ MILLER HTRY ] Breakfast is "The Big Apple" in Ihome in Casanova, S. D. His run- sang at the dedication of t'he Mid which apples will" be used as the |ner-up from the Tenn. hills Idleway Methodist Church Sunday decorative motif They will be fur- | brought t:he top money of the sale I morning. After church Mr. and nished by the members of the fed ] $I0,000, he's headed fr the green Mrs. Orvil'le DeHaven ~tw child" ~A! [~AP~I nb tic ] S I a'~el. ~v~ 1, t!1, ' ez~ted garden clubs in Berkeley I pastures of Bovina, Miss. [ ren, Gaff and Ronnie visited with and Jefferson Counties " i The sta, te fair grounds were a- ] his mother Mrs. H. B. De'Haven. ................... [twitter wi,th blue ribbons and Birthday!Party |blood lines and brass and even an Little Pat Crouch celebrated her " DRE' ! IIII. s | . " I lntercontinental touch The Jeffer 4th birthday Friday a,f~ernoon SED WHITINGS - . . box , nusTorncat vrama [ son Hotel headquarters for the . when her mother Mrs. Cecil Crou UNI IUMUI 't 1 -" " i big show, was crowded wi,th cow-|cA gave 'her a little party. Those I~ ~ m l" |boys and cow-girls, ranchers and who enjoyed playing games were . d'lM. ll~A -.,~ ~ rprrv tampnn,an [business men from all over, who iMartha Adams, Steele Broy, Deb ~l m"maJ V'ile'eaiH'' 'enjyed t'he ccktail parties and i bie and Franklin Adams" Delicius I~ ~~ : Z : : ~ ~ i m m 4 A ~l~ [dinners which preceded the show |ice cream and birthday cake were llPIrAhDI I/=IKo land sale. Iserved. The children enjoyed tak- VIh'IVI~51 I L 1Vl~ i[ The Judge' 'this year' as last was ling hme with them large ballnSDr. Jorge Escurra, a cabtle ..authr land candy. Both Mrs. Charles and [ ,,, .... ....... .... ................ , .... ............ ............................ ....... ........... ................. ................................... ......... ........... ........................................... ,, '%?i:~$. [''':::::::~:i:" " ' .;:: r " " ' -:4 : :; ":~:::: ".:"''':~:i : "::." " : ...... "' "::: '::]:?~ :::::" ''::::: :': .~ Announcement was made to-]i, ty from Buenos Aires, Arden-|Woodrow Adams enjoyed watch- 'i' " ~iAii Si: i ~i i ": ....... : ~ !~: :: ::'~!i :ili #i!i ~ : iii~i!~ !i:: day that the Harpers ]Perry Alea I Lina, where they know their beef. [ing the children .play. Little Sue iii ~! Foundation has chosen a thr~e- | ~ I Wall we are sorry you didn't get ~i ~ li~ i ~t act his'toz'ical drama to be pre-[o,~v Wm W Iunkin Will I to come but hope you continue to | sented during the Harpers " . [improve with that cold. ~ iili Centennial Observance Ootobez'| ~peaK in ~nepneros~own I Lit, tie Martha and Franklin ~!i~i~i ~. i .iiiii]~ ..:.:;r ) iii! ii~ i ~il ~ .il i~iiii~:: '::!~ii ~ 12-18 The play entit'led "The| Pr,~hvf~rian Church ]Adams spent Saturday nlg~ht wit~ ii Prophet," ............ was written 'by Mr. Ed-I " ............. I their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. o,...ili~i~i~iii~iiii@ii ~iiii~!~i~!~ii@i@i~i!i~@i~:i:::.~./:i :~:,'. :~: ....... : . .......... ~i::.::::i!~:~:~i :.i~i il ii~!ii!!ii~ii!ii!iii~iii@~i~iiii~iJi~.~Jiiii~:" " [~ ColtegeWinfessorWallaceof Sweet DramaDaceB rat| aaSSistant rSweet Va . Briar,.ThePr- li~'~l ~'~"Drs'+he subject d Dist~l"~wm of w an~a~ldr~S_TunkinO'~n"jr bY*~laewhenWill [ M'[i spent Mr.L' SundayAdamS'and MrS.evening ..... J" L.withChapmanhis sis ~i~iii!~ii!i!i@~i~ii~iiji~il :ii@i! ~ ~ i{ !~@i~i~iii~iii~i~i~iij~ ii;i~i:i!~;!~!~ii;2~i~.:@~;~;~a~.. ' , Brown raid and will have it~ I ...... s~ n Iter Mr and Mrs rtoDer~ ,,eaKe o ,, " ne appears ,m ~nepnera ~ow .... r Prophet centers around the John ].~xt Sunday mornin~ He will |Charles Town, Mrs. Do ot'hy Stuc ' r, "" " ~" ~key son Wayne of Martinsburg world premier at Harpers Fer ~,]sr~k at the local Presbyterian] ' . .......... f ~ im he rama ..... were also ws~.tors wz~n ~ne ~eaKes this being the u t t e t d h ar . ':.. . -' Ic~ur~h at ~:00 and at t e ~:e I . ........ CHASE & SANBORN TENDER LEAF has been presen~eo enywnere. | nevsville Presbyterian Church at I ann were supper guests wl~l~nem. - - Mrs Paul Anders son Wayne "The Prophet" has been readll2.~0 ~ I , and approved by the Harpers U Rn~ in ~hina of missionary |of l~anson spent Friday evening ~| ........... ' " " with Mr and Mrs Robert AndersINSTANT COFFEE - . . 99C Ferry Monument hzstormns a'~dJr, aren.ts he has spent many years ] ... '-'- , /" .... " g 6-oz. Jar 99c T A BAGS-.-20c Pkgr. Off - - - ctn. 100s o n 's ~ - mrs t;narles Aa~ms ner s1st,eY Mr Boyd B. Statler the c u ty. le His ' ' leaciing authority on' John Brown I~,~urn~ n~heloCnhiene~ev~P~ission ]Mrs.'. Homer S Samsell o[ Marlowe, is quoted as being, "Very pleased ]stations in the mainland of China |w. ca. spen~ Tuesoay ShOpping in ~ ~ ~ .-- 4 C. ' r Iv r I ' " spent the day with her grandmo- BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE - - Bug 6-oz. Jar 86c PILLSBURY ANG L FOO ,MIX . . pk ' ~ :' ~t Taichung n Ta" o Fo- i hot as part of the Harpe s e y i 1wan r r Centennial Observance." Mr. Stut- i nosa" ' t'her Mrs. M. L. Adams. ler has read the play and is re., Mr" Junkin is remembered 'here [ Mr,, and. Mrs. ~W~_oodrow Adam~ I ' " .,, ~ ported as being impressed with l a.S the .assistmnt pastor of the Char el~c1~z~elm~om~ne ~ZtPur~n/e'~mng the historical accuracy that "ThOles Town Presbyterian Church a- x~....~ ~x.o Wor.en LaRue' SWANSDOWN CAKEMIXES - - - .~. 25c .... ,it .................. I 0 P,~het ~e~a es;~,,zotl" Caval er [~out t~en,ty years ago. I two children Carol and Jimrnie the Centenniars Oeneral Chair-In,c^_:_.. .... n,e. Iwere.. unda-Y-?Ztern?pn-v!s. ,tors ('Checolate - White- Yellow - Caromel) T MAT0 JUICE - - - 4 46 L cans t ill d r ot nlav to b I lte .q,amtt= tu IWl n Mr. and Mrs. WlltorQ Wilson ; ................... " ' T " ~ of WinChester comprised mostly of local talez,t [ [0 t vlila Church i . . --" ..... J Teh: l~g~igg S:Iddes~gnmiP~Pweil'[ Offering plates were presented LOG CI$1N SYRUP--10c OFF ' I LIBBYS VIM - - - 3 46-0z, c lns $i,00 all be handled by local people, the i o ,the Uvilla Methodist Church I " "- ~'~ ...... s- to 50 ...... st Harvey" H Hendricks Mr I:'.'~taun~ ~rs ~g--. ~.-~ c,, """ I PAGE FREESTONE cast lzst for The Pzophet boa. : J "tst Sunday zn memory of Mr. and ~o~ r~.~zndmat.h~r T-T~DDv Bir t characters and for ~hi~ I Virs ..... ,: ............. -:-7~:'- ='- [am,,y Size ~o-u,. Bottle 69c over ,re,son it is very importa,,t .that [ ~am'es Myers presented the plates [ ~,ennac~2: b~,dwereaU~_v~)~ Pri;ay for the drama's production. Irate Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks. Mr. [ev ng rwerrh o-d and,Mr [ In line with this, there will be]Gilbert Hendrieks .accepted ~the ],a~,,~,~',~,~,~ "~,~o~ ~t,~,~4~,~ tho a ....................... C R I S C 0--5c OFF - . - 3-lb. can 84c P E A C H E S .... 4 lar e No. 2% cans l t0 I a general meeting, Wednesd y [ offering plates for t'he church in [ fo,~ ~,~ nf ~m,~m,r~n ~urniture March 18 in the Harpers Ferry[ he service of dedication. "~'"~.."~.~'~.."dt-,_~""..,.~":.,"-~..;'.,~--~/~'~--~n ttlgn ~cnool aualtorlum, ~:U p ...... ~l _ - - [Monday Mr. Adams purchased a m zor anyone wno zs lntereste " COLGATES ', ~' " f ~ regis~red holstein ,, ,,e, of,. Y phase o Band I ...... .......... S P R Y 5c OFF - - - 3-lb. can 84c [ ' , .. ......... ~ar ana z~rs. ~ee aaam~ ol o~. "--" the pro~tuctlon OI the ctrama " . = Sine, the production is going to] From .,. o., [ TOOTH PASTE--Reg. 53c siz, - . 2 tubes ' eonsmt of local people, it is very ......... I Third Trombone-David Young ]~heir home on Sunday afternoon important tnat tnere oe a vzrge .g::: turnout for this meetin.. Forthos, lBerke]ey Spr, ngs; Richard Cop-[from2 to4in'honoro theirson F L U F F 0--8C Off . 3lb. can 81c [ ' ..... ~'. . "tigenhover. Hedgesville. [Donnies 8th birthday. His grand- wno nnd it impossm~e to ne a ~:. .... ".__ ] Drums-Bob Cummings Rom- [ parents Mr. ,and Mrs. M.L. Adams . [ IPANA PLUS--20c Off, Reg. $1.19 size - ~-e m,~otin~ It womct oe aPpree- en Waid ' _.... ...... i ney; K ny eck, Shepherds-[and two grandchildren Martha "~"eazte, en ,Zt;avauerYOU womQ contacz MrSat zzarpers ~er, Y, |:own; Iv]a~gBurkhart. Hedgesv'i]]e |and Franklin attended. Donnie re SUPER SUDS--10c OFF - - large box 25c ] ; .; o . . "." [Mary A. Kerns, Berkeley Springs' Ice|veal many useful gifts. .~,ag,-~" your .v'ea ..... oi irli~'.s, In ~ e R I LUSTRE ............ " [ ~eorge Russ.ll. omney. ] Family Reumon WO~'Klng In 'xne ~-ropnet .. ~ _ ; . . i Bells-Peggy Lotl Shepherds- ] A family reunion on Sunday a,t I .o,,r eoopera ion ann m,eres, town Ju ' [ .,.,POO--Reg. 60c me . 2 for , ~ ~u~e~ ~o~oe~ ,~o ~o~o o~ ~r .od ~,~ ~.~t ,i in' this ns ~reauv "neea~'n so r~- '. ' " .. : . = "'..^ [ S~nng Bass-Alice S,,les. ]Anders, their ch,ldren that c~lled BOSCUL COFFEE - - - l-lb. can 73c CREAM SH ~,~moer, weanesaav, ~aren l~, I There are s~il] some vacancies Ion them were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- $ ~0 - m the Harpers Fe, ry HF h School : [:n the vazious sections. [neth Anders, three children, .Scott g , , ] -----------------4.. [Jeff and Terry of Charles Town, [ ]:)rive CAI~EFlr..,qL,1L,Y. The LIFIF |M.r .and Mrs. G.len Myers. two WASHINGTON CAKE MiXES.--Assort. - pkg. 10c [ ROCKINGHAM DOG FOOD 10 l-lb. cans ATTESt, r'm,nr'w ~r~TDAY ]~'OU Save Ma~ Be YOUR OWN ]children Judy and Kent of Pike- [ [side, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson Dr~ve CAREFI~I,LY. The I,I~'B[ TODAY is the TOMORROW we |and Melvin Anders of Washing- YOU S&ve Ma~ Be YOUR OWN. ] thought about YESTERDAY. I ton spent the weekend with them.