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OF JEFFERSON VAme RS ADVOCATE Mrs. Harry A. Childs is a pc- Gageby, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Putts Lenten Service lUther guests were Mr. and Mrs. ] Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jr. attend f iaA&Au~m I|aetV ~/Ae~An~e tient in the Winchester Memorial and daughters viisted Mrs. Ga- Lenten Service at St. John's Robert Pope and family of Front ed the dinner at Lee Jackson Res ,-~-~svmrus uu:) WgllltCl3 MARCH 16, 1961 5--A Hospital. We all hope Mrs. Childs geby and family Sunday. Episcopal Church on Friday, Mar Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Garland [taurant of Winchester, Va. The i J ~ is soon back home with her huB- Mrs. Lawrence Willingham and'ch 17 at 7:30. Rev. Arthur Kerr Pope and children, Mr. and Mrs. ]campaign for benefit for the ]To ~kp T~Bp ~[t~ls ] P w A V [ fee, mints, cake and ice cream, band and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willing- will be in charge of the services. Dallas Kibler and children, Mr. [building fund to add addition to [ " ....... ....... L[~X| Linda. received many nice gifts Mrs. Hilda Creamer of Bruns- ham and daughter all of Ranson Anniversary Dance and Mrs. Roy Pope of Brucetown,[the WinShester Memorial Hospit [P d u . ~ = B "~ " ,, , ] and wishes to thank everyone, wick, Md. spent Wednesday night Iv]sited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gage- The Shenandoah Squares held Va., Mr. Roy Good and Mrs. Aus-I al. Dr. Morris Fishburn was the ~ror He~|ST ~,n[~cn y ratsy ~omDro Wednesday lunch guests of Mrs. with her daughter and son-in-law by and daughters Sunday. Mr. their first anniversary dance at tin Nicodemus of Middleway. [ speaker for the evening, i - ='---7--. . .. I Lee Brown of Charles Town were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and dau Shenandoah Downs March 3 to a The South Jefferson Ruritan [ Miss Lucille Smith of Berry- [ The Leetown Busy Workers 4-t{ ::E. A. CoeKey anct son Al-IMrs" Doug Ring, Mrs. Allen Ring Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous and ghter of Falls Church, Va. also record crowd. The club members Club met at the M iddleway.Me~h [ville, Va. wa caller at the home of [club held their monthly meeting ~za lVl. (50cKeywere ~vlon- nn,~ R-anev Mr~ Allen Athev l , , .............. family who lived in the William Iv]sited the Gageby family Sunday wish to thank everyone who made odist ChurcH lvzonuay, ~arcn u m ]Mrs. Straith Briscoe on Monday. i of March at the home of Diane ~nch guests ather roster S jand Mrs. Paul Ring and daugh- Hm'taCk tenant house recently The W. S. C. S. of The Uvilla it a success. [1961 at 7:00 p. m. with thir[y-i Elizabeth ,R. Smith attended lCollis. The club decided to buy ~an(to~pn ~arnes. ters moved to the Zombro house in Methodist Church will serve the "Chuckle" Adams spent several i four members and one guest pres [ the Founder s Day Tea in Win- i material to make table cloths to ~and Mrs. Roy Swartz, Mrs.' " ,, ...... .. , Mrs. Frazmr Watson called Middleway. " annual supper for the Masonic days in Winchester, Va. with Mrs. | ent. A deucmu~ Ham supper was ] chester, Va. on Saturday. Held in i donate to the Leetown Methodist ,,*arnes, Mrs. ~arsnml ~n-,upon Mrs. Glades Pulse of Char- tld Mrs.~ Earl Grantham le~ T-wn ,m Whur~dav The Grace Episcopal Church at i Lodge of Shenandoah Junction Mitchell Boyd. . ]served by the mines of the W. ~. ithe celebration of the 49th ann]-iChurch. The vice president, Lud. ~ .......... Middleway will have services Mar]Friday ' night, March 17th in Mrs. Earl Fuller of Los Angel- I C..S: of ne. emoa.lst tmurcn, iversary of Girl Scouts of Amer- ]mild Brat]Ha presicled over the turday m Washmgtn, iRevival Services ch 17, 24 and 31 beginning at 7:30 [Shepherdstown at the Men's Club es, Calif, arrived at her mothers I m~ss Lucme umltn' spent me lir~ "rnp~*in~ :~ind ~ars.'" tl"arlan JamesI There will be revival services, p.m. ]Hall. Mrs. John Magaha in Ranson on [weekend at the home of Mr. and ] .... _ ........ -'~7 .... ..... ~und~,, as, .... , ~,itb Mr for the next two weeks begin- Everyone around Middleway [ Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose of i Saturday. Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. at their ~ ~"77; -'W'. ................ i ning at 7"30 p m at the Full GoB was glad that Mr. Grove was able i Charles Town visited Mr. and Doris Slaughter, Jefferson Ave. home of Silver Spring. | ~'dAMl;sn ~aAn'Kearns were pel Pentecostal Church. Mr. Clet- to get back to the Methodist Chur iMrs. H. C. Ambrose Saturday I returned home from Winchester I Mrs. Alvin Bush, son Stevie it] ~ ~ i ~ ~ i | sunner -uests at Mr and us Palmer of Gainsburg will be ch and take his place as super]n- [ night and Mrs. Ruth Clegg and [ Memorial Hospital after spending land Mrs. Arch Carroll visited at |~ II i | ~ 1. ; [aul ~Iou~,~'s in Ranson I the preacher during these two tendent. We all hope he is much [ family Sun(my. Neale was Home [ two weeks for treatment, i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles | i~ -- .: " I weks Everyone is urged to come better now [for the weeKenu ~rom ~ne ~ew-IMr ~nd ~r~ ~bar]~ Aa~,~ I Adams on Friday night. | ~eeung " ' and " " ............................... ' ~Midm .... ~ v F met] Mr. and Mrs. Clayton James ~ i ton D. Baker Veterans Hospital. ]Mr ann Mr~ T,rn Ma~,aha Mr I Beulah Circle | ~ night be~innin~ at 7"30 neme Betsy of Charles Town and ell ~J[I~D ~_~J[P erie returned there Sunday even- ]and Mrs. Donald Magaha motored [ The Beulah Circle of the Pres- I~l~l~rivc A~Di| 1 1~L1 | ~ ~" " er !~" +h~'~ ~a~'h.~'~t ~'~h .... h tMr. Jay Hess of Sandy Hook w e ~iL~[~ ~pVlE ling .~ormore x:r.ays an~ trea~-[to Waynesboro, Pa. to attend a [byterian Church was held at the ~|iL~||~[L ~rnu|= |0 |1~] | i!~Was"~'~'~'"~'~"n~n" ~' Sunday~- ~, ............. . night callers at Mr. and ............... ~ [men~. Tins ~s ms [mra weeK]square dance on Saturday night. |home of Mrs. Straith Briscoe on | : [Mrs. Earl Harters. x~y ~wrs. ~ne~ ~uzzaru [mere. [ Mrs. Homes Hamsell and child ]March 9 at 2 o clock with twelve ~e Birthday Party Mrs. Toni DeHaven spent Wed ...... ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willing-]ren Billy and Eileen of Martins-Imem,b, ers present. The lesson ~ffir~r~ ~ffivwr T ,r~r,~=~T, ~ m~ ,-~r~ ) ; Linda Lou Marie Bradle,, ]nesday and Thursday night with ~oo.~.~[auns weoumg _ _ _ [ham and son of Manassas, Va. [burg were dinner guests at the |"God is at work in you, Phill- yyl~ YVlIa~ Ol-']2~l~Tkl]2~ OUI~ | ......... ~ther sister Mrs Beulah Parkinson . ~w~ss t~ar~ara ~nn ~oo~, ~augn]spent the weekend with Mr. and]home of Mrs. John Magaha. !ippians 2. The lesson was led by ter oI ~ars. ~lSle L;OOK an(1 Mr. ~y :~Z?irt'hdwny :eL~u~r~teaw~landy neice Mrs. Bill Gordan of an .~*~,,h~ ~,n ,f Mr --'~ M-~ tMrs" Harry Gageby and daugh-[ Mrs. M~.tchell Boyd and child-IMrs. John L. Burns. Following FARM MACHINERY REPAIR | 's h Inwood. [the business session the meeting | e b~rthday party at t e ]n~., ~, .... r ............. ~ ...... 'ter ~.~,~-~,~, ~ . R~*,, ~eret " [ren of Winchester, Va. were dm ~mity Center given by her "~*'~ ...... r,~i~d in Rrnr~wi~h" M'd ~n [ Mr. and Mrs. Dawd Gageby a d [ Her guests at the home of Mr. and was adjourned which a social RIT INI , ! ....................... ' ...... ere Truman E Bradley [ Mrs. Allen Ring, Mrs. Allen ,a,,~ao, ~ro,,~ ~n,], ~h~. --1,, at]baby of near Charles Town w I Mrs. Charles Adams on Sunday. [hour was enjoyed during which u,~, ....... ~' resent were Mr" and I Athey, Mrs. Lawrence Ring and ,~,n~.~, ....... h~,,~,, ~ ,h~[dmner guests of h~s parents M . I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha, dau !delicious refreshments were seT- / |te,P~, a,,** .... a ~ .... [Mrs. Paul Ring gave Mrs. Ken-~ ................................... add " h,.~a, ~ .... ,, r,,,a, ,vho,, ,-i~ re /and Mrs. uave ~ageoy uu Y. [ghter Darlene Magaha five year ved ....... : ............... "~"^" ~'"-" ~'"~"" ~" ...... ~'rida" ":;"~' ""~t'tle "br~c~e's'motl~er" for[They also visited his grandpar-[old of Charles Town underwent Debby and Franklin Adams STRICTLY ON A CASH BASIS, | ~:nd2~.eLe~n,.anc~_~irs.;, d ~,~m~,, [night"~ ........ at ~Mrs. .... Allen~ ........ Ring's. ' ~ BlUe ....... w~m ," ~ [ents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby. I surgmal" at Charles Town General spent Monday night at the home l ~" " " Mrs. Mamie Russell of Chest-[ .~ul I A'~oin~awaydinn'er ~HsvitalnSaturdav-was ~iven of their grandparents Mr. and | ~amo,, M~ a~--ln Pierce [ Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns were th= p ........ ~ ~ . .................... ~ Mrs. Marvin Adams. I lada ~,- ~,a ~ r~,,~,la~ supper guests of her parents Mr. ~'~,~'i'~"'~r~'~.~'~:~.iand Mrs. Raymond Hough of nut Hill, Mrs Carrie Johnson ofl I~mlWlWllltn I. -s s ......... s " Mrs. Charles Adams attended ~FF[ ~ti ~ i i~NI R lllPM! . ." ....... I nl l n U I1 I In Honor ot u. w. u. and Mrs. m I ! .................... ~" Charles Town ~Miss Diane Bailey, BobBy " ofMillvflleMannmgs" anUwere~rS.ws]tors, t:narzes,recent Ivz n MRS. AUSTIN .... NICODEMUS[- "w ............. ~'ope. o~ ...... wasmngmn, u. ~7~" a~_ the sewing class at the Citizens d U~-i ,1n~ u IIH'l ,-~ ~ s-ml w~ 1 ,.Scott Whitmore and Run-[ Mr .and Mrs. Linden DeHavenly with Mrs Maude Everhart andl -- [ ...... me Home o~ ivir .and.. ~virs. .... ~reu Fire Hall on Thursday. . ......... )rso all of Charles Town,, of Clearbrook and Mr. ad Mrs .... " t ..... t t-ope o~ tserryvlue, ca. as t;. w. Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mrs. War J.u. XtgW L , UTHer | letty King and Mr Lee De]Harry A. Childs and daughter ~amuy. ~nurcn ~ervnces, " h O and Mrs Pope both are m" the " -- Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and s~[ St. John s Episcopal Churc .... a .,~,~, . a ~,~ .... ,, ren LaRue and Mrs. Harry Nmo- ,, , ,~ ,~_ q )f near Shepherdstown, Mr. ]Mary Lynn wereSunday dinner Larry and grandson Louie Staubs [ will have their morning prayer [ "~'~"~,~""~kla~am~""f,~ ~",~;~:~'~" demus Jr. will sew at the Charles ~arcn - Town General Hospital on Friday. ~ ~ ? ~s. Paul Pierce and Linda I guests o~ Mrs. ri. ts. ueriaven, and Miss Juanita Cogle spent the [ service on Sunday, March 19 at / .... ....... ..... ~insburg, Mrs. Mary Wal-I Mr. and Mrs. Allen Creamer ~d Muffin of Leetown, Mr.Iand family of Monova, Md. were weekend with the formers dau-[9:30. Rev. Temple Wheeler will|' , 's. Earl Harter and Mr. and ~ Tuesday guests at his sisters and ghter and family Mr. and Mrs. [ be in charge of the service. Sun- [ Robert Spitler in Baltimore, Md. | day School will follow at 10:30. | ~rroll Johnson and Tommy lbrother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A1- Birthday Party | Mr. Woodrow Adams attended| dleway and Mr. and Mrs-.llen Ring. Miss Eleane Wilson celebrated| the milk meeting at Washington,/ ' W. Zombro and Patsy of[ Mrs. Earl Harter and Mr. and her eighteenth birthday with aiD. C. on Monday. Mrs. Woodrow] ~Ysville. I Mrs. Stanley E. Zombro and dau party on Saturday evening at the [ Adams accompanied her husband| -~shments of a chicken and]ghter of Falls Church were Sun- home of her parents%vith lots of/ to Seven Corners and spent the[ salad sandwiches, pickles, I day dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. her young friends into help her.[ day shopping. | chips, pop, ice tea and cofIStanley W. Zombros. Refreshments were served and/ Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway of Marvin| Eleane received many nice and] Chapel, Va. Was a recent caller at[ ~":":*'* :":*':" useful gifts. Those present were/ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry] HELP WAHTED Patsy Wilson, Judy and Susie| Nicodemus Jr. | Shaeffer of Chestnt~ Hill, Juan-| Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams[ ita, Doris Cogle, Ruby, Linda, Da-[ entertained the card party at| vid Stanbs, Wanda, Paula, Dar-[ their home on Saturday night.[ lene and Curtis Everhart, Paul] The guest were Mr. and Mrs. Rob] Cogle, Marshall Longerbeam,] ert Light of Summit Point, Mr.| ,,A FERSOH C0BHTY CHAHBER OF COMMERCE Larry Buzzard and Larry Myers|and Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mr. and] and two sisters. | Mrs. Warren LaRue, Mr. and Mrs.[ ~r. Gilbert Staubs and Mr.]Hayward Boyd and Mr. and Mrs.1 tesponsible, Older Couple with small pension in- Horn of Baltimore, Md. were cal!-]GarIand Heflebower Jr. | ers recently with the former sI The people of St. Johns Epis-1 to, for 6 Months Summer Employment. Must mother Mrs. Leona Staubs. | copal Church of Rippon wish to[ trustworthy, have references and like meeting Mr. Wayne Cook received his]thank Mr. and Mrs. Melvin ScottI pie. Easy and Pleasant Work involving tourists, discharge from the U. S. Army[ of Sewell, N. J. for their donat- ] ~ ply by mail to BOX 430 or in person at after spending his two years on[ ion of $400. Mr. and Mrs. Scott[ ~':,::~::~' ~ Thursday, March 2. He is the sonl has visited the St. John's Church| ~A~ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OFFICE, of Mrs. Elsie Cook. | annually for the past four years.[" va~ Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers| Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams I Located in Lobby of Thomas Jefferson Hotel. and daughter Norma were visi-I and children attended the going , tors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rod away party at the home of Mr. AAI INSULATED dUST WINk'.$ 4"rALL OF WATHER'$ o Z~ Be Cooler in Summer, Warmer in Winter at your house. Insulate with our easy-to-use materials. You can insulate the average attic space in one afternoon using our materials. They cost .as little as $15.00 a month. Stop in tomorrow. No more puttin' them up, takin' them down with our combination Screens and Storm Sash. Buy what your home needs on Budget Terms. 549 CHARL[S TOWN, WEST VIRGINnA Feb. 23 - 4t. gerg in RanSol% W. Ca. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of Washington, D. C. were weekend guests ,with the formers mother and family Mrs. Elsie Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and daughter Debbie of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and ram fly. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg, Md. was a guest over the week- end with Mrs. Gladys Gift and children. Mr. Had Mrs. John Whitehalr and son Keith of Harpers Ferry, Mr: and Mrs. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md. were Sunday guests with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children were Sunday guests with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman and fam- ily in Middleway. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. John Welty and children of Waynesboro, Pc. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family and Mrs. Owen John- ston visited Mr. and Mrs. Bush- rod Ainsworth Sunday in Onley, Md. They also visited Mrs. Mary Montgomery in Gaithersburg. Miss Becky Stumbaugh of Char los Town spent the weekend with her girl friend Miss Joyce Gage- by. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and baby of Kabletown spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabel Harding and son. Mr. James Gageby and some friends all of Baltimore visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby one day last week. Mrs. Alva Putts of Bolivar spent Monday with Mrs. Bossie WITH YOUR ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS---- IN YOUR HOME... ON YOUR FARM . AT YOUR BUSINESS CALL POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY Harvey Milbourne by Mrs. Rob- ert Milbourne in honor of her husband Mr. Robert Milbourne that will leave on Saturday for one year in Korea. Farm Woman's Club Meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Chapman Rippon Farm Women's Club.on Thursday even ing had the lesson "Let's Start Outside Improvements" with Mrs. Warren LaRue as the lead- er. She stressed the attractive- ness bf the driveway and entran- ce to the home as important points. Also she mentioned two other suggestions: (1) Make a master plan, and (2) arrange to take more than one year to com- plete. Mrs. R. Conrad was introduced as a guest of Mrs. Garland Hef- lebower Jr. Members are being asked to note the next meeting will be at Mrs. Herman Sgears. Mrs. C. L. Nicedemus asked for volunteers to handle the sewing at Charles Town General Hospital the last two weeks of February. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Heflebow er Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family and Mrs. Julia Roy- stun were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homes Wood. Mr. Herbert Chamblin and twin daughters Karla Ann and Paula Lee and son Herbert Jr. of Ranson and Mrs. Julia Royston of Millwood, Ya. were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiloy and family on Tuesday. Mrs. Betty Chamblin, daughter in-law of Mrs. Thomas Wiley has been called back to work as wait- ers at the Durk Diner. A-H Club Meeting The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club will meet at the Kabletown Schol on March 22 at 7:30. The Cloud family will be host for the meeting. Martha Arams daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams was ad- mitted to the Winchester Memor- ial Hospital on Sunday to have Test Run. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cave, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Widmyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lehman Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, Mr. and Mrs. O:. B. Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming of Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman of Shepherdstown were among the guest attending. A buffet supper and card party which was held on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Garland Heflebower Jr. Rippon Farm Womens Club will serve the Maryland Milk Pro ducers Banquet on March 21 at Community Center. Mrs. Marvin Adams and grand son 'Chuckle" Adams spent Mon- day afternoon with Mrs. Adams sister Mrs. Bertha Newcome of Wiache ter, Va. 4 Traditional Mercury value___now in the popular price range You get more for your money. 7 money.saving, self-servicing features. For example, Mercury's chassis is pre-lubricated__won't need a lube job for 30,000 miles. A new-type oil filter lets you drive 4,000 miles between changes. Brakes are self-adjusting. Aluminized mufflers last up to twice as long or more. Super-Enamel finish never needs waxing. More mum. Rear seat compartment is more spacious than last year. Doors are wider. The trunk is bigger. Longer wheelbase. Mercury's over-all length has been trimmed for easier parking and handling, Its 120" wheelbase (longer than those of the other cars named) gives you a smoother, more stable, more luxurious ride. More luxury. Upholstery is smart, durable country- tweed pattern. The front seat is foam-padded. Cigaret lighter, dual visors and other courtesy appointments are standard equipment. More beauty. Mercury styling is clean and trim inside and out. No excess chrome.., no odd-looking bulges and creases. - Choico of top.performing engines. Options include 3 highly efficient V-8's or Mercury's first "6". You get up to 15% greater gas mileage. I MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED LIST PRICES FOR 2-DOOR SEDANS MERCURY METEOR 600 (6 Cylinder) CHEVROLET BEL AIR (6 Cylinder) =2384 PLYMOUTH (6 Cylinder) DODGE DART PIONEER (:6 Cylinder) u =2410 COME IN TODAY_GET OUR DEAL_THE LIST PRICE IS JUST OUR STARTING POINT 202 East Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va. _ IIIHIIIII Ill H ]. III H .... .............. I