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i/ OF JEFFERSON rARMEaS ADVOCATE her mother Mrs. George Breeden ~m.n~.~ ... ..~. r_ . i of sixth avenue on Friday af,ter- J.Tl2kl%~,~ll ~D, l~tD~ O---2~ ] noon ~~ ~] Mrs. Kathleen Viands was in _ 'the Charles Town Hospital on Fri GOING ON IN . . . day morning for tests. T. F. Trussell of Alexandria, Va. I~ Ik| ~ ~ Ik| visited with his mother and father A fl 3 U N Mr and Mrs. M C T ssell of Ranson the past w,eekend. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX MI AY yam Mrs. Randolph Barnes er is coming andI Ji'mmy Young, Roxanne Mauck, _____ aveling so come on I IAbby and Jeffery Lanham, Philip Church services Easter Sunday L in the news to the Breedenwi,th theflu.. ..... are as ,follows Sermon and Holy Mrs r~mnara ~ra,mwa]~e ana -- ' '" ~r "~s al +'"-- ~'^r-+ ~" ..... r ^-~ ~"" -~+~r +Jommunlon. in l+j ace e+pl cop rote a few rock with Ip "a s in ""i h st r n Church at 2:00 p.. Sunday ~s w enny ~ y wa w nc e e o h , eek a,t the Ran- I~.~.~nesda. ^f last week t~kin~" School m the Methodist C urch Yne Breeden httle :.o R-e- ~ i .... i" " -h at 9.45 a. m Jefferson C1rcmt Mrs. co r~ ~ra +nwa +e co ~ e Eas~er service at Summit Point ,at : flocror, ll'nn a M ] Little Debbie Young spent Wed " ..... . : ..... i nesday night and Thursday with . Mr. ana mrs. Elmer i_)uniap ana ,her Lmranduarents Mr and Mrs Mrs. J. B. White visited the Miss Edward Y()ung " ' es Reynolds in S~ar Tannery, Va. Mrs. Clara Noland visited with Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Betty Lanham on Thursday Bobby Deck who is on a two i mght. weeks leave from Fort Knox, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Levi of Bet .called upon Mr. and Mrs. l~oy ryville visited Sunday with Mrs. SwarCz Sunday ,afternoon. Levis mother Mrs. Susie Glaize of Mr. Lawrence Pierce returned 4th Avenue. home from Baker Hospital Man- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smallwood day and is much improved. visi,ted with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miss Clemye Baker spent Tues Breeden and sons on Thursday day wi'th Mrs. Herbert Everhart night, near Kearneysvilte. i A Plastic Party was 'held at the The ladies of the Methodist home of Mrs. Mary at in Ranson Church serveda banquet to Tril on Tuesday evening. Held by Mrs. uminar Lodge Friday night. A- Margaret Hooe of Millville. Every bout one hundred and .fifty mere- one had an enjoyable evening, bets with their guests a~tended. Mrs. Edgar Smallwood, Mrs. Class number eight, Mrs. H. H. Richard Braithwaite and child- Jeninngs teacher held their mon- ren Debbie and PAckie was Man- thly meeting at .the home o~f Mrs. day evening visitor with Mrs. John Graver Dunla~p Thursday night. Braithwaite. There was a good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Richard BraJth- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes cele- waite and two children along with brated their ~orty eighth wedding Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood anniversary Sunday. They dined were Sunday callers at the Old in Martinsburg and enjoyed hav- NICHOLS Peoples Home in Ke~dysville Sun ing their family at home in the of- day visiting with their aunt Mrs. ternoon. Mrs. Kerman Cross and Irene Boyd. They found Mrs. Boyd sons David and Eiwood, Mrs. Fry LIGHT doing fine and we all hope she con and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barnes and tinues to do so. family. CO. in Charles Mr. and Mrs. Marvin gamey Mr. Paul Tabb of Bunker Hill ALL Your and family were visiting in Mar- ,and Mr. ~. H. Jennings made a USED AP- tinsburg on Sunday at ~he home business trip to Richmond Thurs- of Mr. and Mrs. R~bert Childs. day. Mrs. Margaret Lane ol~ Martins Miss Donna Schill arrived home burg and Mrs. Ai]een Wise of Bet from Bel Air, Md. Friday .to spend ryville were recent viistors with a ten day Spring vacation. Mrs. Hortense Breeden. The April meeting of the Wiz- Mrs. Katherine Beam of Ranson ard Clip Farm Women's Club has Porcelain Table Heater. Guar- $69,.95 Range Light, Draw- Guaranteed $119.95 is a patient l~n the Charles Town been postponed from April 1st to Hospital undergoing an operation April 8th. Club members please on Friday. take note The meeting will be at Mrs. Myrtle Rickard visited with the home of Mrs. Truman Lawren PURITAN SPORTS.WEAR Many Styles, Designs TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS ROOM HAS BEEN RE-OPENED ce frs. J. P. Keen spent part of last week with her sister Mrs. Clay Bayly in Middleburg, Va. While there she attended the ~uneral of Mr. Brice Bayly. Mrs. R. ~hr. McCormick return- ed last week from a visit with her sister Mrs. Lowe Camell in Indian apolis. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Schill lef~ Monday fo.r Cohoes, N. Y. ~o visit the formers brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reed. Mrs. C. M. B. Brown and grandson John Morris are ut the Schill home during their ,absence. Mrs. Kenworthy of Purcellville ,called upon Mrs. D. S. Childs Man day .~fternoon ...... in Addition to Serving Regular Dinners [1:30 A. M. Until 2:00 P. M., We Are A s Special Lunch for 85c of Main Entree, Two Vegetables, and Desert. e Also Cater to Parties and Banquets. JUST CALL MR WILLIAM GRIMES THOMAS JEFFERSON HOTEL TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 131 ItERMUDA says JOHN ARTZ, Veteran of Years in Troy's Sales Force. Who faithfully serves his Charles Town xs currently one of the, leaders in IERMUDA BOUND" SALES CONTEST the winner and his wife to an paid cruise to Berumda. Married, with and a married daughter, JOHN is "grandpappy." During World War. II in both the Philippines and Korea, with distinction. An active meniber of ,Urg E. U. B. Church, his hobbies are baseball. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Wil- son, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall H. Wilson, Jr. of Charles Town were supper guests Saturday night with Mr. ,and Mrs. Edwin B(>hrer, Big Pool, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson and Mrs. Frank Jackson of Mar- were callers Thursday with the Slushers .and ~Vilsons "Rose Hill Farm". Mrs. William Harris and Mrs. Frank Cummings visited with Mrs. Billie Owens and family and also visited Mrs. Floyd Owens Sr. Fri- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Sr. and Mrs. James E. Slus'her St. of "Rose Hill" Farm" visi'ted Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson Martins .burg, W. Va. The Leetown Farm Women's Club met at "Prato Rio", the home of Mrs. Ily Batrina Wednesday af ternoon. The President, Mrs. Wil- liam Harris called the meeting ,to order. Mrs, David Bell was in char ge of the devotions. Mrs. J. Frank Gardner read the scri'pture which was followed 'by praper by Mrs. M. K. Bowers. The group sang "Holy, Holy, Holy." The Secretary, Mrs. Ily Brat- ina read the minutes of the last meeting. Fifteen ,members were present The treasurer's report was given. The .members voted~,to give a donation to the Crippled Children's Society. After all committee reports, Mrs. W. L. Barton ~ras in charge of the lesson "J~pan" which was very in teresting, assisted by Mrs. Ily Brat ina, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr and Mrs. F. P. Owens reading articles on life in Japan. Various articles from Japan were on display and five of the members showed kimo nos and pajamas worn by the Jap- anese. Slides of Japan and the Japanese people were enjoyed by the members as well as a few sli- des of local interest. A pleasant social hour ~followed with refreshments being served by the hostess. The next club meeting will be April 15th at the home of Mrs. Charles Owens. Visiting over the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Dewey Underwood and daughter were Mr. Under- wood's parents Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Underwood and aunt Mrs. Hiram Austin and son Joe David of Smithfield, North Carolina Those .attending the Masonic supper Friday nights at the Mid- dleway Methodist Church were Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove, Libby and Richard Grove, Mr. +and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and family, Mrs. Daisy FTitts, Mr. Lyle Tal~b .and son Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Char les VChH~ington, Mr. and Mrs. Vic tar Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Paxon Mar shall, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Widmyer and Mr. and Mrs Adam Link Jr. Mrs. Billy Owens and children aand Mrs. Charles Owens and child ten were shopping in Winchester, Friday. ~ .... Russell Swartz Mr. ana ~v~,~. and son Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Starli,per and daughter Nancy visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brewer and .family Friday night. Mr. T. J. Sine and sons of Blair- ton visited his niece Mrs. Charles Brewer ,and family last Sunday evening. Mrs. Mazie Maphis, Shenandoah Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cus- ter and daughter, Charlcs Town, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and daughter Martinsburg ,and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mumaw and son of Millvil,le were supper guest, s Sun day evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brewer .and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson P. Henry Martins burg. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wilson and daughter Karen spent the week- end with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Moreland Mrs. I.E. Moreland visited Sat- urday wi.th Mrs. Leonard Evans, Inwood. Visi.tin,g Sunday evening with Mr. a.nd Mrs Phillip Perks of Charles Town were their daugh~ex alad family Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and Ka~thy. Mr. Charles Blue of Martinsburg visied wi~h his sister Mrs. J. S. Locke Thursday. Miss Ann Gardner entertained Wednesday evening with a buffet su~pper honoring Miss Emma Star liper who will become the bride of Mr. James H. Locke Friday ev- ening at the Leetown Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lennon and children are enjoying avacat ion in Florida. Mr. N. C. Furr is visiting friends and rela,tives in the county after being away arced 30 years. Mr and Mrs. Roy Furr of Ha- gerstown visited Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Saturday afternoon. The Leetown Busy Worker's 4-H Club will meet at the school house Friday nigt~t, April 3rd at 7:30 P. M. Thanks to a :good neighbor for the news ~his week. Moose Have Part In Marie Holden Day Charles Town Chapter 1028 Women ,of the Moose were honor- ed to be invited to Hagerstown ~o celebrate "Marie Holden Day" in honor of Marie Holden, Grand Council of Hagerstown Chapter ~-Ionored guests who attended were Graduate Grand Regent Mabe] Shirey of B al%imore, Md; Doris Smi't~h Deputy Grand Regent; Frie da Clinges Graduate Grand Re- gen of Lewis town, Pa. The Chapters that abtended were Charles Town, Brunswick Md., Gardenville, Md., Baltimore, Md, Highlandtown, Md. and Ha- gerstown, Md. The Glee Club of he Baltimore Chapter sang and was enjoyed by all. Charles Town Chapter 1028 Women of ,the Moose held their Chapter Night Program March I0 which was Moosehaven. Irene Sta ple :~he .ffhairman was absent and Gertrude Prain and Phyllis Propps Lprotemed. The refreshment table was carried out in St. Pa+rick's scheme and birthdays were cele- brated for the month of March with small gif'ts ,being presented. The business meeting was held March 24. Discussions of trips +o 'be ,made during the month. March and April included ones to the Academy of Friendship meetings. One will t)e o Bruns- wick, Md. March 31 at 8 ,p. m. where the Charles Town Chapter will exemplify the enrollment Any officers, escorts and members wish ing .to attend are asked to mee,t at 'the Moose Home at 7 p. m. All Academy members are asked to wear their blue dress. The meeting prize was given to Escort MaryBasaraba and the Good Chapter award went to Ann Getzendanner. New candidates were balloted on and passed. It was announced tha the next meeting will be April 13, with the Horhemaking chairman in charge. II WALL PAPER PATTERNS We have New Wall Paper Patterns, 48 Cents and Up for Double Roll. Remnants 25 Cents a Roll. Western Auto Associate Store PHONE 769 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 3 Weeks to Go, JOHI I has an ex- of being top man, so get behind TROY TODAY. FOR HELP INCOME ON YOUR PERSONAL TAX Pho 'e 466.W, ANGUS McDONALD, TON ST. HAGERSTOWN, MD. and if no answer DONALD, Except Saturday. March 26-2t. PHONE 466-J ANGUS Me- Sundown Friday to Sundown . uality supplies far home at big savings. Avaulable at as long as supply Iw O Unico 17 cu. ft. Chest (Model H 179A) Regular price $319.95 Only $26 Down--Low Monthly Payments (Model HNB12H) $8.15 Low Month/y Payments Ball bearing heavy duty motor lubricated for life--never needs Qttention. Complete with built in jet, 12 gal. tank, air volume control, pressure switch, 1" foot valve. 1/3 H.P. motor. For depths to 25 ft. Regular Price ......... ...... ....... $123.48 PRICE ...... ,, ...................... $ e I I II Ill IIlll I II II II (Model 2-4-D) Weed burner. Top fence power for livestock control and weed cutting shock. 1 2 months unconditional warrantee. 115 V. A. C. Regular Price---S24.50 Price ............... $18.10 Illll Ill I II 50 FT. PLASTIC Green opaque. Light, oasy to carry, store, clean. V~" size. Regular Price --- $3.25 Sal0 Price -- $2,30 II I _ I I UNICO Powerlinev +*TIRE 4 Ply Black Super tlre for today's high powered driving. Greater comfort and safety, easier steering, better traction. Less air pressure gives smoother, softer ride. Guar- anteed for Life of tread. 670 x 15 Regular Pr/ce---$21.20 plus tax SALE PRICE 14.95 plus lax t 710x15 Regu/ar Price-.-$ 2 3.$O plus tox SALE PRICE 15 ~u~ tax II I II Ill 5 Gal. III Fence & Barn llll Easy to apply, good coverage. Resists checking, cracking. Regular Price -- $19.50 ............ $14.25 IIII I II I II Illlllllll II Rogular Price (No. 10) Spreads material in continuous, even f~ow. Finger-tip control knob* for easy flow setting, quick, posi- tive shut-off. Square holes never clog. Nothing to get out of adjustment. Agita- tor unscrews for woshing. Auto finish. SALE PRICE II I O PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. !:+ + !:!