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CTOING ON IN . . . RANSON Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX Richard Braith- of the Ranson evening viMtors Earl McDonald Va. of the Inn a Job starting the at .the Tastee .Free- Springer and Jeff- confined to their mumps. Braithwaite and night wi.th ,~ar Smallwood Breeden was in on Saturday "attend- eating. spen,t Tuesday at Fort Holabird Md. ~aklng his examination. I~bert Braith- were Saturday and Mrs. Rich- and children. was a visitor on 1 Mrs. Richard Brat- with Mr. and of the Ranson and Mrs. Richard Md. celebrated with a din- Those helping Were Mrs. Nannie Mrs. Robert No- Hilbert Robin- Dimple Robin- my, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Leon aug~ter Becky, Mr. Pittinger, Mrs. June Willing- and Bud ,all left wishing 'happy birthdays. Leake and dau- on Tuesday mar Hortense Breed- :t Fellers visited on g wi'th her daughter Leake and daugh- Webb visited with Webb on Monday Claude Rickel visi- William McDowell McDowell was sick .this week with and Mrs. Mar with Miss Eliz on Monday after- ;Donald Webb ,and ":lizabeth Webb and with Mr. and and son of Md. on Monday Robert Hiller and Miss Elizabeth Webb were din-~ and Mrs. Don- sons on Sunday. V. 'and Mrs. Fell- Ann" born This is their third was the for- Dillow. He is ~he L. Fellers of l~oberts has been the 'past four weeks She returned 'to POWers has ,been a e Charles Town Has several weeks was re- er for the Mr. Wilson Thomas Dickey EDGE, V,a. were Mr. and Mrs. Wharton has his home for the mumps. School Yen on Thursday James by James. birthday oake and easter all the children candy and received a bal- Sang Happy Bir- ly 'and wished him Mr. and Mrs. ,~mos Dillow and family moved from the Henkle property 'to Bolivar on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello of Loudoun Heights, Va., Mr. 'and Mrs. Herman Snowden and son Jimmie of Martin~burg, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daugh- .ter Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers and son Bruce ,were din- ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alee Costello. Alec returned to his home from the Baker ]/A Hospital on Saturday and con- tinues to improve. Other visitors during ~he day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Costello were Mr. Nathaniel Grey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons Cfif- ton and Allen of Halltown and Mrs. Martin Grimes ,and children o.f Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. 'Willis Fraley and daughters of Falling Waters were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haines and family. Mr. and Mrs. Levin Tribley and ,family of Knoxville, Md.*were Man day evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs ,and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ,Brackett and daugh ters, Kim and Pal. Rev. and Mrs. William 'F. Jun- kiE enroute to their home in Rich mond, Va. Sunday a'fternoon were visi.tors with friends in Halltown. Rev. Junkie spoke ,at the Presby- terian Church in Shepherdstown Sunday morning and at 12:30 ,p. m. conducted services at the Kear neysville Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Martin Grimes of Charles Town and her mother Mrs. Nath- aniel Grey were in Frederick, Md. Monday morning on business. Mrs. Rose Courtney of Ranson is spending several days this week with her son-in-law "and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and son. Mrs. Randolph Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill ac- companied by qMr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Crim attended the Cherry Banquet at Biglerville, Pa. Tues- day night. 'Mrs. Earl Grantham spent a part of last week in Washington visiting Mrs. George Garland. Rev. Theodore Evans of Shep- ,herdstown will conduct .the service in Grace Episcopal church Sun-' day ,at 2:30 p. m. ! GIRL'S NEW Highly Styled Matching Sets. Right For Easter. Mrs. R. It. Hardesty and Mrs. J. F. Macoughtry enjoyed the bak- ing contest at Bardane Commun- ity Center Wednesday afternoon which was sponsored by the Farm Home Advisory Committee. The Potomac Garden Club had a very interesting meeting Wed- nesday afternoon at the Martins- burg Golf and Country Club. Mrs. H. H. Jennings showed specimens and gave an interesting talk on Nandina. She also received "a rib- bon. The theme for this meeting was broad leaf evergreens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry At~ey .and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smoot~ called upon qMrs. Earl Grantham Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Alan Grar~tham returned home Sunday from a prolonged vts it with relatives in Erie, Pa. and Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs. Alice Solie, Julie Solie, Miss es Amy and Nancy Immler of Sil- ver Spring and Mrs. E. A. Cockey of Purcel lville visited Mrs. W. R. Barnes Saturday. The community was shocked ,and saddened Friday night .to hear of the sudden death of Mr. Lynn Oran.tham II. He .came here 'from his home in Miami, Fla. to attend the ,funeral of his step mo ther Mrs. Leslie Grantham and remained to visit relatives and friends. Thursday he uccompanled Mrs. Earl Orax~tham to Washing- ton ,to arrange some ,business vnat- ters and visit his son who is stat toned there with q2~e Marines. He was on way to fill a dinner en- gagement with his son when he was stricken. His ~umily arrived Saturday and are guests of Mrs. James Grantham. '~_.r. and Mrs. Donald Schill drove to Hugerstawn Sunday af- ternoon. Jake Grater has been absent from school for ~ week due to a severe case of influenza. Mrs. J. B. White spent Thurs- day with her dau,gh'ter Mrs. Elmer Dunlap near Charles Town. Mrs. Beatrice Fiddler visited her daughter Mrs. Robert Cram in Charles Town Thursday. Mrs. D. C. Lyne of Berryville spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. D. S. Childs, Miss Mary Gaff "and Mrs. W. F. McAney of ,Mar- tinsburg called upon Mrs. Chflds Sunday. Service and sermon in the Me- thodist Church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. Mr. Bu,tcher will present the message to ,the con- grega~ion. Drive CAREFULLY. The LIFF YOU Save Ma.v Be YOUR OWN 0)~04~.0 ~04iPO4E~.O~O41EPO~O4~B'O~( )41~'0~ X Q We Are Equipped To Take Care of Your Needs in Quick and Effi- cient Manner. Bring Us Your DorOthy Bowers Work Today. (FREE ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ON ALL WORK.) f HOME OF THE 1959 BUICK Phones 194 - 195 Charles Town, W. Va. I.qnlB.O,~.o.alm~ 0 4NIp. 0.4mll~O ~ o.~ilM) ~ ).41l~) .4Jlll~O.411DO.41alb(O LOW PRICE [ LADIES BUCKET BAGS .... 99c WOMEN'S NYLON PANTIES - - - 59c WOMEN'S "MOVIE STAR" SLIPS - $2.99 1-LB. DECORATED FRUIT, and NUT. l~ichard Dillow of REG. 59c LOW PRICE weekend visi- of Mr. and Mrs. family. Charles Staubs Douglas Brack 14-0Z. BAGGED JELLY EGGS-Reg. 25c. 21c Thursday with eredith Axline and Md 8-PC. CHOCOLATE,"BUNNY SCHOOL"- 37c Penwell, Ed- Elwood Bowers, d Nathaniel Grey, MADE. UP EASTER BASKETS . . 99c up LOW PRICE accompanied by of Charles Plastic Party ,at and Mrs. John Town Wed- Alton Muse spent formers mother and Samily "- :Elwood Bowers Visited Mr. ,and ,and family 'morning. of Harpers Red Cross Bloodmobile County Monday April 6 Officials of ~he Jefferson County @hupter, American Red Cross, are prepaxing for a visit from the Bloodmobile on Monday, A(pril 6. A quota of 150 pints is ~he goal of the local chapter and an urgent ~ppeal has gone out to everyone eligible to donate blood. The Epis- copal Parish House will be the scene of the Bloodmobile's visit and donation hours will be from 10:15 A. M. until 4:15 P. M. As repeaters have 'keen ,the main source of supply on the past sev- eral visits of the Bloodmobile, Red Cross officials are making an of- fort to obtain adults who have never donated blood before. Many new donors are needed to add to the repeaters in order to reach the quota, i.~ was stated. Persons needing transportation to .the Parish House on donation day are urged to telephone 270, 1o c~l Red Cross headquarters. Rondeau Wins Ribbon. In Harrisonburg Show Another high honor came to Rondeau, the pet ,pedigreed dog belonging to Mrs. Kenna Knott Alger, 124 West Congress street Charles Town, last Saturday in Harrisonburg, Va. The Kenshon- den pu,pp~r dog was awarded sec- ond place in the best American SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 5---A :Bred Dog Class. Sunday Rondeau was given ~ ~cond place ribbon in the Washington, D. C. show. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Courtsey may take a little of your tame, but, in the long run, it may save you more tame. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1959 STEP 0P l AID .Ill SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON Farmers Livestock Sale Pavilion Located 1 Mile West of Winchester, Va., on Route 50---Follow Signs. 35 COWS AND HEIFERS--Just Fresh or Close 50 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS.- From Yearlings to Bred Heifers Known Origin Adapted Recommended Varieties True to Variety High in Germination Properly Cleaned Really A Top Grade Herd of Heifers All Cattle Blood and T. B. Tested within 30 days of Sale. ALL Animals Clafhood Vaccinated. These cattle are eligible to go to any State. Every animal has been picked for Dairy Quality from the Better Herds in Canada and New York. Increase that Milk Laboratory Tested |AT[S Check with Cows from this sale. Every Pound Guaranteed II TERMS:-CASH. For more high qualitYalfalfahay perseed.acre use I I WM. S. ENGLISH, JR., Sale Manager Southern States II Winchester, Virginia SOUTHERN STATES II l'hone MOhawk 2-7363 Charles Town Cooperative [ltl H. II. BARTLETT," Auctioneer. PHONE 43 RANSON, W, VA. in March 19,- it. li JUST RIGHT FOR THE SMALL CHILD. ~ip ~ gmlllt D UtittmmatmllN|ttltllltlllll|| |ill| t | | ~i~ , O0 0 ! , OU ~|aamt macrame | 4~ Ital! ||l|m|aI(mmi~@ # t GIRL'S NEW i ALL NEW, LIGHT LOW PRICE FRILLY STYLES. CHILDRENS NYLON GLOVES . . pr. 99c Childrens' Buster Brown ANKLETS - pr. 39c GIRL'S EASTER MILLINERY - - $1.99 GIRL'S POLISHED $ .37 REG. $1.59 LACE TRIMMED LOW PRICE BOY'S 2-PC. SUITS- . - MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. - $2.99 $1.98 MEN'S NEW SPRING TIRES - - - $1.00 WOMEN'S JUST RECEIVED FOR THE EASTER PARADE. / LOW PRICE Urday with her 'LaVern Haines. Miss Suzanne guest of SundaY of Mr. Staubs were of Man- Axline ~k, Md., Sons and Mr. and were visi- wi,th Mr. "and and family PHONE 314 / CHARLES TOWN STORE and sons of Bolivar were Wednesday of