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NEWS IN AND AROUND Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Meets Summit Point Busy Bees met in the basement of on Monday evening of The meeting was open "West Virginia Girls" followed by the A reading entitled What You Say" was by Jane Goodell and the were concluded by re- the Lord's Prayer. the business meeting Deborah Cheshire roll and read the rain- the last meeting and the Wallis Anne Snyder, re a balance of $116.35. Sev- of business were dis- and plans were made to annual public meeting This will be held on Easter Monday and preceded by a covered in the school lunch public is cordially in- attend this meeting intended to acquaint the with the 4-H program. bread and beverage by the club. are requested to salad or des- for their family. the program Sharon gave a talk on her pro Year Canning" and conducted a na- after which the meeting ourned. During the recrea which followed, delic- were served by Cheshire. Submitted by Hott, Club Reporter. Sells of Charles visited on Saturday with Miss Bell Snyder at Crim who is assoc the Meade Paper Com- Chillicothe, Ohio spent visiting with his Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mrs. Robert L. Light Bobby and Linda vis Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John and their family at their Berryville, Va. Birthday birthday party, hun- seventh birthday of Starkey Jr. was held on afternoon at the home Parents Mr .and Mrs. Jos- Although Joe cele- birthday in January conditions made it impos his friends to assemble time. The delay however, i to dampen the spirits guests who spent a very enjoyable afternoon during which the host was the recipient of many attractive gifts. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Star- key served delicious refresh- ments, carried out in the birth- day theme to about ten young- sters and several of their mothers who were present for the occas- ion. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler and son Dougie of Leetown were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire spent Wednesday of last week in Washington, D. C. and upon their return home were accompanied by their daughter Miss Nora Ches: hire, who, as a student of the Ha-I gerstown Business College had completed a specialized course for the training of medical sec- retaries in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn and sons Michael and Donnie spent Sunday in Baltimore, Md. where they were guests at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stout and their son. Mrs. Mary Eva Copenhaver, aged 75 was taken by ambulance from the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Burner where she had been vis- iting for a few days to the Win- chester Memorial Hospital on Fri- day afternoon where her death occurred early Saturday morning. Funeral services for Mrs. Copen- hayer are being held from the Kurtz Funeral Home in Winches- ter with the Reverend Samuel Butcher officiating. Mrs. Elwood Cheshire visited on Tuesday of last week with Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam who is a patient in the Winchester Me- morial Hospital. Since being read mitted to the hospital Mrs. Lon- gerbeam has undergone two oper- ationse on her leg, broken in an automobile accident last fall and at present is in traction. Mr. Alton Grove of Leetown was a Saturday visitor at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Pyles and their three children of Gainsboro Va. were visitors on Sunday at the home of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Welton Hott and their family. Completes Basic Training Pvt. Lee Allen Drish is spend- ing a two weeks leave at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drish upon completion of his basic training at Fort Jacksoni S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Drish-and Miss ! Laboratory Tested Daily WHIPPED CREAM STYLE COUNTRY STYLE COUNTRY FLAVORED COTTAGE CHEESE Winchester Ave. MARTINSBURG, W. VA. AM 7- 6881 We PurchasingJefferson County Mill ' s4.95 I' Nora Cheshire left early Thurs- day morning to motor to Ft. Jack son to attend the parade and cere monies which attend the recruits completion of their basic training and upon their return #ere ac. companied by Pvt. Drish. Miss Judith Jenkins and Tom- my Crane delegates from Charles Town High School were in Char. leston, W. Va. recently to attend an Educational Conference which was in session there. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr were the latter's brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ren- her and their son Larry of Win- chester, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddy White and daughter of Berryville, Va. Attend Barbecue Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children Deborah, Johnny and Patricia, Chuckle and Kenny Crim and Gary and Terry Hott were among those attending a barbecue held on Friday evening by Messrs George Harden, Donald Drish and David Cheshire, c un. sellors for the R. A. groups of the Baptist Church at the home of the former in Leetown. The bar becus was held for the entertain- ment of th boys in th R. A. organ ization and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and children Gall and Ronnie were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Boyd and their family near Rippon. Other guests included her uncle, Mr. Willie Furr and her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. George James all of Charles Town. Announce Birth of Daughter Mrs. Thomas Shull received word on Friday of the birth of a daughter to her son and daughter in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Shull of Arlington, Va. The new arrival who is the first child in the family weighed 6 lbs. 2 oz. at birth and has been named "An- gela Krisgi". Mrs, Shull also had visiting with her over the week- end her small grandson Scotty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shell of Berryville, Va. Mr. Shelby Longerbeam of Washington, D. C. visited over the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Lon gerbeam and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr visi ted on Sunday with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ma- gaha at their home in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Baltimore, Md. were visitors on Sunday at the home of the lat ter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their family. The Reverend George F. Le. Moine, rector of Trinity Episco- Church in Martinsburg was preacher at the Lenten Ser- held on Tuesday evening ot last week at the Church of the Holy Spirit. MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMIJS ----._----. Had Stanley Party Mrs. George Pete Griffith was the hostess of a Stanley Party on Thursday night. The demonstra- tor was Mrs. Neva Richardson of Martinsburg. Guest present were Mrs. Elizabeth Adams, Mrs. Hel- en Burch and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll Sr. and Kenneth all of Rippon, Mr. George, Griffith and Debbie of near Mitldleway, Mrs. Nellie Carroll, Mrs.flEleanor Bush and Stevie, Mrs. Nettle Ott and ]Eliza all of Charles Town and Mrs. Lewis Carroll Jr. of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and sons called upon Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Dunn of Bolivar and Mr. Allen Dinkle of Brunswick on Sunday. Mrs. Claton James of Ranson was a Wednesday dinner and sup per guest of Mrs. Earl Harter. Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson was a Will Be Guest Speaker At Seventh-Day Adventist Church Service Saturday MARVIN E. LOEWEN Marvin E. Loewen, Washington D. C., secretary of the Depart- ment of Public Affairs of the Gen eral Conference of Seventh-day Adventist, Will speak this Satur- day at the Charles Town Seventh day Adventist Church 9:30 A. M. In charge of the program will be John Kelchner, pastor of the local church. A native of Texas County, Ok- lahoma, Pastor Loewen graduat- ed from Pacific Union College, Angwin, California. He interned and served several churches in northern California for four years. In 1934 he was called to China as a missionary. In 1942 soon af- ter war broke out, Loewen re. turned to the United States and served for a year as dirctor of the War Service Commission of the Columbia Union Conference Takoma Park, Md. Later he be- came president of the West Pen- nylvania Conference of Adven- tists in Pittsburgh, Pa. before re- turning to the mission field in 1946. His assignment this time was in Manila as president of the Philippine Union Mission. In 1950 he became president of the church's Ohio Conference with offices at Mount Vernon, a post he held for seevral years. In 1957 he was elected Presi- dent of the Chesapeake Conferen c of Adventists and concentrated on religious liberty matters for the Columbia Union for a short caller during the evening. Mrs. Earl Grantham left Mid- dleway Thursday to spend some- time in Baltimore. After hearing that bad weather was supposed to come she returned back home on Friday. She was to stay with ' her sister Mrs. William S. Reid. Y. W. A. Has Banquet The Y. W. A. of the Baptist , Church in Leetown had a Sweet heart Banquet at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Juries Snyder of Summit, Point was the speaker. foF th( The banquet was well attended. The Grace Episcopal Church important first steps of Middleway will have Friday night services March 24 at 7:30 p. m. So try and attend. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley of FINE-QUALITY Charles Town were Saturday night callers at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harters. Mr. Billy Chamburg of Mar- tinsburg spent part of the week $HOE$ @ with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reiningcr,. Cloud-soft, to ieft on Sunday for Detroit, Mich. and returned on Wednesday. pamper little feet. Rev. and Mrs. Clark Elliott call By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mrs. Leroy Milbourne and three daughters of Hedgesville were Sunday night visitors with Mrs. Harry Shirley and family near Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were Tuesday sup- per guests with their daughter Mrs. Shirley. Mrs. Nelson Bush was a caller one day last week with her mo- ther Mrs. Willingham and daugh- ter Bernice in Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri Lynn of Loud- oun Heights, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two children David and Donna Lynn of town were Thursday visitors with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and family at the Bloomery. Mrs. Obie Johnston and daugh- ters Joyce and Bonnie spent the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kable- town. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McDonald and son Clifton of near Middle- way were recent callers with the latters sister and brothr-in-law I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fry. Mrs. Maude Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smallwood and dau- ghter Linda and Zella were call- ers with friends in Winchester Friday evening. Mrs. John Alfriend and Mrs. Arthur Glover of town were Tues day afternoon callers with Mrs. George Jones. O' TOWN, ening callers with their son Mel- vin. Mr. Roland Whipp of Millville spent the wekend with his bro- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. William Dillow and daugh ter Tana of the Bloomery visited her mother Mrs. Mary Frye in Point of Rocks, Md. Mrs. Billy Viands of near the Bloomery spent the day Wednes- day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell and family in Charles Town. Mr. George Jackson of Balti- more, Md., Mr. Fred Jackson of Marlowe and Mr. and Mrs. Har- rison Tumblin of Bardane were Sunday visitors with their sister Mrs. Lester T. Viands and family in Charles Town. Mr. William Frye of Brunswick Md. was a caller on Monday with his mother Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. George Morgan and son James Viands of Gerrardstown spent Friday afternoon with James grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Funeral' Rites Wednesday For William Lee Tutt William Lee Tutt of the Mill- ville section died Saturday evem ing in General Hospital here. He came to Jefferson County about 40 years ago and had been engaged in farming until retiring in 1957 because of ill health. Born on Aug. 18, 1892 in Sperry ville, Va. he was a son of the late Samuel and Lucy Magers Tutt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- Surviving are a daughter Miss male and children Davie and Dun'Virginia E. Tutt, Charles Town; na of town and Mrs. George Jones two sons-Lawrence L., Washing- were Monday afternoon callers ton, D. C.; Douglas L., Charles with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. George Vickers and two little' daughters of town were Tuesday afternoon callers with her sister Mrs. Lester Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Rusty spent Wednesday morn ing with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. Beulah Fritts and Miss Ruby Lloyd the latter of Charles Town spent the weekend in Falls Church, Va. with th formers son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon and little dau- ghter Melody. Mrs. William Penwell of Mur- rell Hill spent the day Sunday with her step daughter Mrs. A1. bert Viands Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson spent Sunday afternon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Sylvester from Bethesda, Md. spent the time before his election to his weekend with his parents. present post at the church's: world headquarters. lesson reader. Mr. Randolph Barnes called upon Mrs. Earl Harter on Mon- day. Wizard Clipp Farm Club The Wizard Clipp Farm Wom- en's Club met the first Wednes- day in March at Mrs. Edwin Brown's. Mrs. Kite had the lesson on "Outside Improvement For The Home." There was a very good attendance. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Garland Henry, Mrs. Wil- liam Dickson and Mrs. Maude Smallwood attended the W. S. C. S. meeting of the Oakland Meth- odist Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler. Mr. and Mrs: Leonard Fritts of Charles Town were Saturday ev Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bennett and children of Rippon, W. Va. were Tuesday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of Baltimore, Md. were callers on Wednesday with the formers bro- ther and family Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non Staubs. Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Longerbeam and family of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weston and dau ghter Of Alexandria, Va. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. 'Junior Grove and family. Susan Diane Cogle celebrated her sixth birthday on Saturday even ing with a party given her by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cog- le. Refreshments were served and Susan received many nice pers ents. Those present to help her Were Linda, Marie and Teddy Cook, David Maphis, Lucille Cog- le, Donald Cogle, Glen and Vic- tor and Dehnar Cogle, Wanda i Everhart, Mrs. Lorna Everhart, Mrs. Esther Cogle, Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd. Mrs. Johnny Whitehair and son of Harpers Ferry were Tuesday guests with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Several ones from our little town attended the funeral of Mr. Frank Garrett in Chestnut Hill Methodist Church on Sunday. Our sympathy is extended to the Garrett family. Mr. Floyd Grove and Mrs. An nie Grove visited Mrs. Maggie Mowley in King Daughters Hos- pital in Martinsburg on SUnday evening.~, Mrs. Mowley is a sister of Mrs. Grove and she had a bad fall on the street while shopping Beautiful quality, ed on Mrs. Gladys Pulse of Char-, on Saturday. with the finer les Town on Thursday. [ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby of land son of the Bloomery spent Billiken fit. Hagerstown spent Sunday with Monday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son Delmar were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett and family in MillviUe. Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daugh. ter Linda and Mrs. Leona Staubl attended Church services in Mar tinsburg at the Church of God on Saturday evening. Isn't it peculiar that middle age always starts a few years earlier for the other fellow? her parents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cave of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orr and two children and Miss Rachel Orr and a friend of Balti- more were last Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Kearns. W. S. C. S. Met The W. S. C. S. met a week ago Wednesday at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Grover Dunlap was Town; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at th Smith and Strider Memorial Funeral Home here with the Rev. S. H. Patterson of- ficiating. Burial was in Johnson- town Cemetery. One Minor Highway Collision in Rippon Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex investigated a two-car accident which occurred Saturday night about 11:30 on U. S. Route 340 in Rippon. Although there were no person SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAm .Rs ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961 5--A Subscribe Now for the Spirit-Advocate Use Our Classified Ads For Results. I i _ IN OUR NEW BUILDING Bmmm I m m ._ ~lm BONANZA'Sedes 171.A.0S |7~ tube (overall diag.) 156 sq. In. p~llt al injuries, Trooper Truex said damage to the two vehicles a- $udg*bpdced W portable with tel*scopl.g built-l. $ ~q mounted to about $250. a,t,,,a, ultra-~lm stylings fold-flat Catry~g handles With Trade GIRL'S SLEEVELESS SWEET AND SASSY All Easy Care Fashions. Trooper Truex said a 1953 Chev rolet being driven by Rossie A. Moreland of Ranson, struck a 1952 Ford owned by Dwight V. Hanline of Berryville, Va. which was parked in Rippon. Mrs. Moreland told Trouper in Truex she was blinded by lights ll from an oncoming car which I I causer her to strike the parked car. - / I! Mrs. Moreland was charged/ with failure to have her ear un-lU der control. NEWBERRY an.frmt ttmkg and ,otmd. Phone 202 HEAD TURNING SPRING FASHION Charles Town, W. Va. NYLON OR COTTON Sizes For Women or Children. Fashions For Spring and Summer. VALUE NEWBERRY LI NEWBERRY VALUE VINYL HEAD CUDDLY PLUSH Cotton Stuffed for Rugged Use. VALUE NEWBERRY All New Spring Styles. NEWBERRY VALUE VALUE NEW FOR SPRING FOR THE YOUNG CROWD. Spring Collection For Tots or Teens. BOY'S SANFORIZED 2-PIECE FILLED EASTER BASKETS - - - 99c 29c JELLY EGGS - - - . lb. 23c 59c FRUIT AND NUT EGG - - - 47c 49c BOXED CHOCOLATE EGG - - box 37c Knit or Cotton Dressy Shorts. 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