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INTEREST IN VICINITY OF Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Sale April 21-22-- in former Select room, sponsored W. S. C. S. was an over Friday with Miss James of Ranson. W. Clipp, her dau Howard O. Bush ac- the latters daughter- Eleanor Bush and son Town to Alex- on Friday afternoon visited the formers Mr. and Clipp and friends James Garwood and Pomeroy and ram- Ely. They returned home Sunday evening after having spent an en- joyable weekend. Lt. Eddie Ware U. S. A. stat- ioned at Indiantown Gap, Pa. spent the weekend and a three day leave at the home of his mo- ther, Mrs. Edgar Ware, Woodby- rne Farm. Mr. H. O. Bush, daughter Sue Ellen, sons Bobby and Sonny and Miss Cecelia Pipes attended the Mount Williams-Capon Bridge Horse Show Sunday afternoon. Sonny rode his horse Rusty Tom in three entries winning a blue ribbon in each. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford daughter Laura Ann of Gerrards- HAVE A GOODLY SUPPLY OF MATERIAL--ALL VIRGIN WOOL. in and See for Yourself if You Want TAILORED SUIT---Men and Ladies. CALL OR PHONE 623-R AND FLORENCE THOMPSON 116 SOUTH CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. town visited Sunday afternoon quent week nights. Sunday School I with her uncle and aunt Mr. and at 10:00 a. m. morning worship Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. They service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Ev with the latters couple visited dur angelistie service at 7:30 p. m. ing the afternoon with Mr. and Tuesday the C'nrist Ambassadors Mrs. Reinhart Johnson and ram. meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bible Ely in Front Royal, Va. Later re- turning to the Smallwood home for supper. Chert Johnson, niece of Mrs. Smallwood took part in a piano recital that afternoon which was held in the Presbyter- ian Church in Front Royal. Mrs. Virginia Mercer and Mrs. Aletha Sealock are employed at the Hehle Tasty Freeze near Charles Town. Miss Marie Penwell accompan- led her aunt Mrs. Fred Keyton of Mt. Rainier, Md. to Martinsburg Sunday to visit the formers grand mother Mrs. Harold Garrott who is a medical patient in the Kings Daughters Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slusher vis ited Sunday with his father Mr. Herbert Shisher and family of Ranson. The latters son, Edward had returned home from Rock Island, Ill. where he had been sent by the Goodrich Tire Com- pany of Charles Town for train- ing front end alignment. Several Cattle Stricken A strange malady has stricken several herds of beef cattle belong ing to farmers in this and nearby Bob Cain has lost a ~number this past winter-approx- imately 15 head. Local veterinar- have been consulted and dia gnosed the trouble as being due to grass toxicity. Seminarians To Be Guest Lutheran Church The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pus tot of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur ch, corner Seventh Avenue and North Mildred street, Ranson an- nounced Monday that Mr. John F. Seibert, Seminarian from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Pa. will be guest preacher for the 11 a. m. service Sunday. The nursery will be held as usual during worship; coffee hour follows the Service. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Jos- eph R. Staley Superintendent. Wednesday, Brownie Scout Troop 15 at 4:00 p. m. Thursday, Dens 1 and 2 of Cub Scout Pack 39 met at 4.'~ p. m.; Senior Choir Rugs Expertly Cleaned By rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. , Trained Workmen. Honored With StoA or Shampoo.,, on your floors. Shower Thursday Night and t envery 4 Day Service. Melga Jo Rice, home ee instrue tor 'in Shepherdstown High School and wife of Coach Ronald Rice, Harpers Ferry High School was guest of honor at a stork Study at 7:30 p. m. BROWNIE TROOP 15 HELD MEETING ON APRIL 12th Brownie Troop Number 15 of Ranson, met for their weekly meeting Wednesday, April 12 at 3:30 p. m. in the Sunday school rom of the Lutheran Church. Petrie Cesarini, chairman open ed the program with the flag cere monies and the song "America". After the business had been taken care of the troop then went by cars to the Valley Board Cor- poration at Halltown. The girls were shown how all old paper and boxes are process- ed and card board is made. By Patsy Zombro Thursday Mrs. Paul Ring and daughters Teresa and Denise, Mrs. Allen Ring and Rodney and Mrs. Mattie Mobley were guests at Mrs. Lee Brown's of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Roland and daughter Phyllis of Winches- ter, Mrs. Thurston Collins of near Winchester and Mr. Linden De- Haven of Clearbrook were Sun- day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Mrs. Randolph Barnes, Mrs. Louise Jennings, Mrs. Earl Gran- tham and Mrs. James Hafer atten ded the Spring I~affodil Show of the Shenandoah Potomac District held at the War Memorial Build ing in ~hepherdst0wn on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hatter were Monday night callers at Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson's. One Injured When Bull Overturns Wagon Mr. Elwood Plotner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James "Orndorff was in- jured Sunday morning when a bull overturned a large wagon and a large load of hay over on him. Mr. Plotner was working for Mr. Albert Nicodemus of near Berryville when the accident oc- curred. He was taken by ambul- ance to the Winchester Memorial Hospital. They have found several broken ribs and maybe other in- juries. We all wish him a very speedy recovery. ~ Lodge Has Supper The Middieway Masonic Lodge had a supper on Friday night at the community center. The won- derful supper was prepared by the women of the Leetown Breth ren. !. The ones who attended from shower held Thursday, April 13 Washington ,i Charles Town, W. Va. at Harpers ~l~rry Woman's ClUb Middle~ay were: Mr. and Mrs. ............. ,~ Carroll H. Johnson and Tommy, PH()NE 207 House, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gruber and Jack About forty guests enjoyed ie and Bobby, Mr. Paul Ring and games with Mrs. Robert Horn, Sandra, Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkins Jr. and Mrs. Mrs. James A. Grantham, Mr. and Thornton Wilt taking the prizes. Mrs. William W. Grantham, Mr. Attractive decorations featured and Mrs. H. Earl Smith, Mr. and spring flower arrangements, with Mrs. William E. Henshaw, Mr. decorated bassinette and clothes and Mrs. Walter Meyer, Mr. and line. Mrs. David Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Refreshments carried out the Donald O. Schill and Mr. and Mrs. shower motive with Mrs. Don Holmes White. Dopson presiding at the punch Revival Services bowl. Revival services will begin Hostesses for the occasion were Tuesday, April 18 night at the Mesdames Carl Auvil, William Full Gospel Pentecostal Church Harris, William Ramey Jr., Paul in Middleway. It is Webster',s Swartz and John Wright. Church on the school hquse hill. Guests were from Shepherds- Rev. Cletus Palmer of Gainsboro town, Bolivar, Charles Town and will be the speaker. The services Harpers Ferry. begin at 7:30 p. m. and everyone welcomed. Sunday Service For 'Boy Scout Meeting The MJddleway Boy Scout Assembly Of God Church Troop No. 68 will meet Saturday night, April 22 at 7 o,clock. This meeting will be held at the home , The Rev. William P. Reed pus- of Paul Chamblin. All boys who : tor of Calvary Assembly of God have signed up please be present. located on Fairfax Boulevard on Any new boys who would like to : Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ become members of this troop ced the following schedule of are invited to come and join the meetings for Sunday and subse- scouts at this meeting. Ham and Turkey Supper Three will be a country ham and turkey supper on Saturday night, April 22 beginning at 5:00 p. m. at the Middleway Metho- dist. The supper will be for the bbnefit of the building fund. April 30 Deadline On [Filing For Wool Payments 100 lbs, Kennebac, Cob- or Pontiac (red variety) and $ When your Doctor gives you a prescription, bring it confidently to this Reliable pharmacy. Here, you are assured skilled professional service and prices that are uniformly fair. Remember the name and convenient location~ NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS THERN STATES TOWN COOPERATIVE RANSON, W. VA. Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. OOOoooo. April 30 is the final date for Wool Producers in ,Jeffers0n County to file applications for in- centive payment according to Howard Sagle, Manager of the Jefferson ASC county office. The incentive payment covers both the s~le of unshorn lambs and shorn wool between the dates ~f April 1, 1960 and March 31, 1961. Producers who sold through the Berkeley-Jefferson Wool pool es- pecially are reminded to file their applications. In previous years the Wool Pool took care of the application for payment. This year it is up to the individual pro ducer to file his application with the county ASC office. EXAMS WILL BE HELD FOR SUBSTITUTE CLERK,CARRIER POSITION LOCAL POSTOFFICE The Board of U. S. Civil service examiners today announced an examination, 'for substitute clerk carrier for the Post Office in Charles Town, W. Va. No specific experience is required. Appli- cants for these positions in the post office service must reside within the delivery area of the ........... ~ !ii~i!/)i:i)i~!i;~i i: One of the most interesting show places in Jefferson County included in the 7th annual House and Garden tour to be staged April 22 and 23 by the Shenan- doah-Potomac Garden Council will be the living quarters at The Hill, home of Mr and Mrs. W. P. C. Perry near Cl~arles Town. The above view shows the mantel in the drawing room. This property, once a part of the Charles Wash- ington holdings, was purchased by Matthew Frame from Charles Washington's son, Samuel in 1801. It has been owned by mem- bers of the Perry family for a- bout 60 years. During the Civil War, General Sheridan made his headquarters at The Hill during one Winter. retary, Board of U. S. Civil Ser-Mrs. William Moore and Mrs. vice examiners, Post Office de- Paul Cain. Mrs. Manning Smith partment, Room l14-A Post office building, Charleston 1, W. Va. Ap plications must be filed with the executive secretary, Board of U. S. Civil service examiners, post office tlepartment, room l14-A post office building, Charleston 1, W. Va. on or before June 1, 1961. Mrs. Paul Cain Named Sh aand h Garden Club President The Shenandoah Garden Club met for it's April meeting last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert P. Leonard in Harpers Ferry with Mrs. Archie Franzen as co-hostess. The President, Miss Peggy Aid erson, gave a report of her trip to White Sulphur Springs where she a~ded the annual meeting of the State Garden Club in Mar- ch at The Greenbrier Hotel. She reports that Mrs. Manning Smith had been elected 2nd vice presi- dent of the state garden dub at this meeting and that also Mrs. Leeds K. Riel~ had been named the state chairman of Flower Shows and Judges. Final plans for the clubs partie ipation in the Daffodil Show in Shepherdstown were made and hostesses were named to hostess at Happy Retreat during the House and Garden Tour April 22 and 23. The hostesses .were reques ted to wear Colonial costumes. New club officers elected for the next two years were as fol- lows: president, Mrs. Paul Cain; vice president, Mrs. Joseph War- renfeltz; secretary, Mrs. Frank Buckles and Treasurer, Mrs. Geo rge Heidrich. Miss Alderson announced that the club's year book had won first prize "in the annual year book corn petition awarded by the State Gar den Club. Mrs. Robert McCormick gave a report on future projects the club might take up and the club voted it would continue its prp- ject at the Park for the present. Mrs. William Trussell gave a re- port on the planting done by the club at the Park. Mrs. Paul Cain gave a talk on "Conditioning Daffodils" and Mr. Archie Franzen showed slides of the work being done at HarPers House. In the arrangement class the blue ribbon was won by Mrs. Day id McMillan and the red ribbon was awarded to Mrs. Roy Steeley. In the horticulture class in daffo dils first prize went to Mrs. James M. Mason 3rd; and red rib bons went to Mrs. Louise Ramey, got a blue ribbon for hyacinths and'Miss Peggy Alderson was a- warded the red ribbon. Grand View P. T. A. To Elect April 27 at 7:30 The Grand View Parent-Teachers Association will meet Thursday evening, April 27 at 7:30 at Grand View School, it was announced this week.' And th highlight of the meeting will be the election of officers and the making of plans Ior a banquet. SONS O~TE VETERANS TO MEET AT SHADY REST APRIL 25th The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of the Confederate Veterans will hold their April meetifig and dinner at Shady Rest Restaurant 6 miles North of Martinsburg on route 1, at 6:30 P. M. Tuesday, April 25th. Host members: John P. Hopper chairman, Allen Hendricks, Wil- liam F. Hooper, Allen Link, CraL dall Tablet, Howard Tabler, D. Lee Morgan and Mayo Snyder. U.S. scienusts find Sovu hopeful on arms talk. , J Notice Of Change of Name! TO WHOM CONCERN You will take notice that o: Thursday, April 27, 1961, at him thirty (9:30) a. m., on that day, c as soon thereafter as the sam may be heard, the undersigne will file a petition with Honora| le Gray Silver, Jr., Judge of th Circuit Court of Jefferson Corn ty, West Virginia, for permissic to change his name from Herbe~ Leroy Rice, Jr. to the name LEE RICE STEELEY. Dated April 10, 1961. Herbert Leroy Rice, J~ By Counsel James M. Mason, 3d Counsel for Petitioner April 13-2t- - - - - "~ .... ~ ........ ~. NOTICE! THE CADILLAC CLUI WILL BE OPEN Daily Fo Business Serving Your Favor ite Beverages, Fried Chickez: Steaks, and Country Ham Open Until 2:00 A. M. Fol Foods. April 20-1t.-pd. i CANNING FACTORY IN FREDERICK, MD. YOU PLANT, WE PICK AND HAUL N FREDERICK, MARYIAND Charles Town Postoffice. Persons interested in taking this examin- CALL COLLECT. alien should inquire at the above postoffice or to the executive see tNIIIIII I I I PHONE SKY. 3-7236 OR MO. 2-4687 l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAaM as ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1961 5---A I, sss Darla McCauley aneous shower Aprils at the Becomes Bride Mr. Ught Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCauley of 1411 West Virginia Avenue Martinsburg announce the wed- ding of their only daughter Miss Darla McCauley to William Light son of Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Light of Arden. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Austin Stiles in the Arden Lutheran Church Saturday, April 15th at 2:00 p. m. The matron of honor was Mrs. Walter McCauley, best man was brides brother Mr. Walter Mc- Cauley. Ring bearer was nephew of bride little Ronald McCauley. For her wedding the bride wore a powder blue street length dress white hat and accessories, pearl gift from groom and cor- sage of white taurus. Brides mother wore navy blue white hat and accessories. Grooms mother wore lilac white hat and accessories. Following the ceremony a re- ception was held at the home of the brides aunt Mrs. Frank WhEt- acre 204 Van Metre Ave. A large wedding cake as a cen- ter piece with punch, nuts and candies Miss Phyllis Parker ser- ved the punch. Mrs. Walter Mc- Cauley Jr. served the wedding cake. Wedding pictures were taken by brides brother Curtis McCaul- ey of Inwood. The hair stylists was Mrs. Ann Slonaker. Mrs. Frank Whitaere and Mrs. Walter McCauley gave a miscell- l AN eli. Lu RY, | IAYeARLY COtlTR z;r | ~'~ LOCAL T~tDEMARK$ It's the handy way:--Ar- range for us to keep your tank filled with high qual- ity fuel oil. A Phone Call to 118 will do it. home of Mrs. Whitacre 204 Van Metre Ave, Martinsburg. The bride attended Martins. burg High School and was em. ployed at the Interwoven Stock- ing Company. PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c -- Now SHOWING -- THRU SAT., APRIL 22 I ' 11ACADEMY AWARDS] ~ I ~.wm~ w~z~/~ E I O J 0N ION't I I _ . MATINEES :-- FRI. & SAT. 2:00 P. M. NIGHTS :-- One Show Only Children 50c 7:30 P. M. Adults $1.25 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday April 23, 24, and 25 JOHN WAYNE ST WaT ERNIE [0VATS N W lnesday and 'l'h r lay April 26 and 27 JOAN COLLINS RICHARD EGAN DENTS O' A --- NEXT ATTRACTION -- Walt Disney's "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" FOR EVERY GARDEN NEED ECONOMICAL 2~ H, P. 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