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OSF, ITAL births occurred at Town General Hospi- e period of April 8 all of them came on the stock being ,to boys in delivering boy babies. Ashley was born Dale Wolfensber ,ndoah Junction; a to Mr. and Mrs. Green.walt of and a son John Mr. and Mrs. John of Mil,lville. admitted to li"~tle Elizabeth Harpers Ferry; Mrs. chols, Ranson; Mas- Lewis, Brunswick, Eugene Robin- Archer Sudler, lit Grapes and Mrs. all of Char- admitted to were: Mr. Millard Mr. Joseph Will- Ellen May New Eyster, Mr. Wil Perry, Baby Mr. Allen The odore Carpenter, Mrs. Lela Fran- ces Athey, City; Mrs. Ellen Skin- ner Crockett, Ranson; Mrs. Edna Amelia Tracy, Halltown; Baby John Greenwalt, Knoxville; Mrs. Helen Virginia Skinner, Shepherds town. Out patients admitted were Ann M. Hardy, Ranson; Charles Myers, City; Karen Sue Welch, City; Melvin L. Lerch, Knoxville; William E. Carper, Halltown; Miss Amelia Hopkins, Little Barry Smith City; lit1e Clay Trail, Knox ville. Neersville Lutherans To Dedicate New Sunday School Building Sunday The new and modern Sunday School Building only recently corn pleted at St. Paul's Lutheran Char ch at Neersville, Va. will be forma lly dedicated Sunday, April 19 at a special service to be held at 2 p. m. it was announced this week. The speaker will be Dr. J. Luther Mauney, president of the Virginia Synod. Dr. Mauney will speak at the 11 a. m. morning service. Production and sales of autos show increase. ;erve Will Week The Charles Town High School library will observe National Library Week, April 12th- 18th, by special emphasis on the Book Drive sponsored by the Student Council of the school. Tile need to meet minimum requirements for libraries of secondary schools of West Virginia will be stressed by student council members in the various home rooms. A faculty tea will be held April 13th at 4:00 in the library. Refreshments along with the opportunity to look over some new books will be the program.at this time. Or- ganizations which have recently contributed to the Book Drive are: Senior M. Y. F. of the Charles Town Methodist Church; Gleaners Class, Charles Town Methodist Church; Senior Woman's Club, Charles Town; the F. H. A. Club, and the Gordon Eismon Chapter of the National Honor Society of the high school. Town " On East Liberty Street in Charles Town, W. Va. The Charles Town Junior Tom ans Club have completed their plans for their annual Fashion Show "April In Paris" to be held at the Moose Club Thursday, April 23 beginning at 8 p. m. Admission will be $1.00 for adults and .50 for children under 12 years of age. Models for the local stores hav- ing clothes modeled wil'l be: Pen- ney's-Miss Marlene Kisner, Mrs. Paul Prepps, Miss Linda Nerhood, WIrs. Jules Langlet. Washington Speciality Shop- Mrs. Helen Glenn, Mrs. Leonard Whitmore, Mrs. William Perry and Mrs. Andrew Soccine. Rosen's-Mrs. Allen Kibler, Mrs. William Vaughan, Mrs. Robert J. Willis. Diamonds-Mrs. Roger Ramey, Mrs .Guy Tucker, Mrs. Truman Lawrence, Mrs. Hugh Via. Hats will be modeled Trom Shu- garts, Lucille Small Fry Fashion by Bobby Payne, Carolyn Fiery, Danny Mummaw, Vickie Manuel, Susan Wall, Susan Ross, Dale Ross, IAnda Ross, Jenny Sue Peters, ,Carolyn Joe Birkitt, Shar on Watson, Olin Kevin Bush, Tru dy Anders, Rickey Anders, Kathy Jenkins, Terry Propps, Elizabeth Sue Bush, Tommy Kibler, Stephe- ni~ Qlopper, Jams Cl~pper, Ola- gene "Bush, ~ Baker, Brenda Kay Bush and Sue Littleton. The Junior women feel sure thoroughly enjoy seeing the latest fashions modeled. Along witJh the modeling the droning will be fill ed with some very fine entertain- mont. Mistress of ceremonies for ,the program will be Helen Cavalier and Evelyn Grant. The Eastern Panhandlers featuring Tim ~lnn, Tufty Lehman, Bob Willis and Bob Cash w~ll sing. The Fanbell School of Dance will present "Topsy" (Interpretation of Modern Jazz) and .also a french .can can. Mrs. Helen Cavalier wi:ll do ~ mona- logue and ~here will be a special feature by the Senior Womans Club. Don't forget .there will be door prizes,and awarding o~ ~he Hi-Fi Set and refreshments served. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr u Mrs. Lusy To}re of Texas and Mrs. Emma Morgan of near ~hep herdstown were visitors Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis. Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. was a s~pper guest Tuesday evening of his mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Don't forget the record hop at Commun,i.ty Center Friday night, April 17 for all the 4-H boys and girls of Jefferson County. Don% forget ,the Rummage Sale the ladies of the St. Bartholomews Episcopal Church Leetown are hay ing at the school house Saturday April 18 from 10 a. m. ,to 9 p. m. /Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger of Char los Town was a caller Wednesday morning with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr spent sev oral days last week in Charles Town with Mr. Clark Furr and children while Mrs. Clark Furr at SPOR SWEAR Reg. $1.39 N WEAR Medium - Larg . NEWBERRY LOW PRICE Boy's Reg. $3.29 Washable SIZES 6 to 18. NEWBERRY LOW PRICE -:BOY,S SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $3.98 Leather FIELDER GLOVES .77 BOY'S STURDY SNEAKS $ .98 Boy's Twill - Hobby JACKETS $2"99 Sizes 10 - 16 I OY,S 2"PIECE SUITS $ .97 Sizes 2 to 6 BOY'S WASHABLE SHORTS C .... For Warm Weather Boy's Twill - Hobby JACKETS $ .99 Sizes 3 to 8 Men's Plaid SPORT SHIRTS $ .99 Small - Medium. Large Reg. $2.49 3 to 6x NEWBERRY $ .27 , LOW PRICE Men's Reg. 69c Small - Medium - Large NEWBERRY For $ .00 LOW PRICE 314 CHARLES TOWN STORE tended a Presbyterian meeting in ed and a report was made by the I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE l~ichmond, Va. Friday and Satur- I treasurer. Several items of busi- day. ]ness were discussed. The lesson THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 19,)9 5--A Sunday certainly looked more ] was led by Mrs. Harry Nicodemus ] like win,ter than Spring when it [Jr. ~aken from I ~muel after[ began to snow about 11 o'clock ,which a pleasant social ~hour was, :tghtpl tee Studet bt: Cane ,late; F0t and corttinued to snow u~til ~n [enjoyed during which delloious re J the night some time. [freshmentswereservedbythehos' , " AtCh w ' " " Visi,tors Sunday with Mr. and ]tess. Mrs. Charles Brewer and family, Mr .and Mrs. Bill Boyer Liberty Jraduatt, m art Ton ,into r Htg were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke/St. Charles Town have returned and family of Mar~insburg, Eve-]from Orlando, Fla. for several lyn Maph~s of Hagerstown, Md., [ months. They ,will remain here af Principal Gordon Eismon of Lloyd, ernon Lloyd, Robert Lee Town's Senior High Lorenzo, Mrs. Mazie Maphis of Shenan- I ter which Vhey plan to take up res Charles doah Junction and Mr. and Mrs. [idence in Phoenix, Ariz. School announced this week that Donald Lee Magaha, Robert Mc Allen Custer and daughter of [ Mr .and Mrs. Hayward Boyd ~n eighty-three students are candid- Henry, Richard Lee Morriss, Don- Charles Town, The Women's Coeiety of Christ- ian Service of the Leetown Metho- dis,t Church will meet at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Victor Blue Friday night April 24. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town visi,ted Sun d,ay evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Charles Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood were supper guests of the Slasher's and Wilson's Saturday evening. Mrs. F. P. Owens was in Wash- ington, D. C. several days this week attending a Republican con- vention. Dinner guests Sunday of the Slasher's and Wilson's were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harmon of Dun- dalk, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bo- hrer of Big Pool, Md., Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson of Summit Point, Mr. Ernest Slasher Jr. and Gaff were callers ,in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Garland Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis were visitors Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chrisman. By Mrs. Charles Adams Weekend guest with Mr. ,and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and two children Debbie and Fl~mklin were Miss Wilda Orndorff of Clearbrook and Miss Judy Harmon of Win- chester. The Womens Auxiliary of the St. John's Church met on Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mr. Hayward Boyd with seven members in attendance. The meet ing was opened with devotions af- ter which the roll and minutes of last meeting was read and approv tertained their card club Satur- day night. Mr. M. L. Adams and Mr. Char les Adams were in Richmond, on Tuesday. Mr. David Nicodemus is spend- mg some time in Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus visited Mrs. Herman Swartz one after- noon last week. Miss Sandra Wiley spent Friday night and Saturday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood near Myerstown. 'Mr .and Mrs. Herman Swartz had Choir children home for Sun day dinner. Miss Sue Magaha and brother David spent Friday night and Sat urday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter Martha. On Saturday afternoon they all at- tended a skating party sponsored by 4-H club at the Berryville Rink Mr. David Nicodemus returned home Friday evening from Del- aware. Af,ter 31 yeaz'~ of Magaha's Store on the corner of Washing- ton and Lawrence St. in Charles Town Mr. Newton and Glen Maga ha will move into a new modern store on corner of Jefferson Ave- nue and highway 9 in i~e near future. Mrs. M. L. Adams attended the funeral of the late Mr. Edgar Jaeobs Tuesday afternoon from Striders l~uneral Home. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Adams, daughter Martha visited with re- latives in Silver Spring on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whitt- ington, .tnvo sons Dennis and John othan were Sunday night callers with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- mus. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS ares for graduation at the annual commencement in May. There are a total of thirty-nine girl candid- ~tes for graduation and forty- four boys. This will be the largest class ever to graduate from Char- les Town High School. GIRLS Mary Joan Ballenger, Kitty Boyd, Jean Margaret Buddenhag- en, Dorothy Butler, Betty Allen Cain, Elizabeth Ann Cole, Darlene June Heftner, Linda Hill, Sandra Kaye Jenkins, Shirley Jenkins, Betty Ann Kearn, Kath- erine Virginia Kimes, Sandra Lee Kirk, Marlene Kisner, Lorna Kay Lee, Eloise Elaine Lloyd, Jean Lou lse Lorenz, Judith Ann May, IAnda Jean Nerhood, Ellen Diane O'Bannon, Patricia Lee Os- bourne, Peggy Ann Ott, Shirley Mac Penwell, Eleanor Jean 2aerks P~,tricia Lorene Peterson, Carolyn Jean Rissler, Sylvia Glenn Roderick, Nancy Lee Smallwood, Norma Smallwood Jeannette Marie Whitmore, Pat rlcia Willis, Antoinette Wilt, Ar- butus Wilt, Patricia Wilt, Donna Robinson, BOYS Gerald Melvin Anders. David Basch, Norman Beahm, Douglas Benton, William Edward Bentz, Ste,phen Bradley, John Porter Burns, Jr., David Cheshire. Guy Gareth Ohicchirichl. Richard Garland Chrisman, Joseph Paul Christian, James Clendening, Wade William Cook, Donald W. Drish, Colin Dun bar, Earl Albert Gift. James Howard Griffith, William M. Grifti,th, Clar ence Grove, Robert Lee Henry, Neville Millard Hindman. Russell aid Lee Myers, Nicholas William Palumbo, Frank Herman Ranaili, Raymond Walker Riddleberger, Randolph Ridgeway, William Na- than Roberts, Elmer Lee Roderick, Paul Daniel Runion. John Cochran Skinner. Samuel Snow, Ralph Stotler, Rich ard Glenn Thompson, David Tum blin. Glenn Arnold Whittington, Woodrow Wiley. Kenneth Wilt, Thomas Wilt. P. S. C. W. Va. FOR 38 Notice of Motor Carrier Hearing M. C. Case No. 11124 On the 14th day of May, 1959 at 9 o'clock a. m., EST, in .the Har- rison County Court House in the City of Clarksburg, .the Public Set vice Commission of West Virginia will hear the application of ~'he undersigned for approval of the transfer and assignment unto Mar tin D. Welsh, Jr., of P. S. C. M. C. Cei~lficate No. F-3676 authorizing operwtion as a common carrier by motor vel~icle ~n the transportat ion of low-grade commodities, in eluding, but not restricted to, stone, sand, lime and building materials within Jefferson Coun,ty and beVween said Jefferson Coun- ty on ,the one hand and points and 'places in Berkeley and Morgan Counties on the other; Anyone desiring to protest the granting of the authority applied &or should be present at said hear ing .for the giving of testimony or other evidence. WILLARD S. WHITTINGTON Applicant Charles Town, W. Va. April 16-1T- PHONE 664 WE DELIVER RANSON, W. VA. KING SIZE INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE 10-oz. $ .69 MAXWELL HOUSE DRIP OR REG. lb. SEALTEST ALL FLAVORS - Gal. - Gal. (This Ice Cream Special Ends day Nite Closing Time) Satur- MORTON S FROZEN LIMAS CUT for 10-oz. for for for for mm SURE CHAMP 5-1b. BAG c - Solids lb, e JERGENS LOTION Bars m FRESH ROCKINGHAM STANDING VEA FRESH WHOLE l)oz, lb. Ib, m m lb. 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