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April 21, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 21, 1966

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The "Ides of March," held in i vocation)in Latin. Following this, School. • Caesar at the the first course was served by favor of Juhus [ The Cena or dinner was next ......... , , I slaves who were four members of unarms Town r~lgn ~cnool caze-ttL ....... on the agenda and was served • ne czass The nrst course con. teria on Tuesday April 12, under ] sisted of "In "mil ..... .._ by four members of the group. • • • " C [ K), ova (fleylle(1 the supervision of Miss Helen t e--s" "In- c ..... The Cena consisted of: muslum Robert~ a~ tho Latin P.l-~ h~la[ ~ ), os um cases (celery ......... wi " " .... :" .. - ~ "" I th cheese), ohvae (olives), (grape juice ann honey), pullers lts,2aun ~anquet._,, . ]sardoe (anchovies), piscis ma- calefactus ,roast chicken), fabae t;aesar T, rmmpn,, a satire on lrines cum lactura ,tuna fish with virides (green beans), betae Shakespeare s "Julius Caesar," I lettuce),. (beets), capae et radices( onions was presented by the Sen!or mere- [ As entertainment after the first and radishes), pants convolutus Ders ot me cross as. entertainment I course the group was shown a (loaf bread). after the cena, (droner). "I number of color slides of Italy Following the Cena, Doug The evening began when Greg~taken by Mrs. Mary Simmons, a Perks gave the Sacrificium ad Carper gave the Invocatio (tn-I teacher at Charles Town High Penates (sacrifice to the house- hold gods) in Latin. Girls Will oF THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 Friday, Miss Marilyn Jones B. comes Bride ! "':: Mr. Longerbeam In l',runswi:k,Rites [ - Miss Marilyn Jones, of Bolivar, q were: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jo became the bride of Private Cha-I and family, Mrs. Dell Snyder, ries B• Loagerbeam, also of Bolt-I and Mrs. Vernon Snyder and car, Saturday, April 9, in a quiet i ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald We ceremony solemnized in the New: Mr. William Dunn and Mrs. I ,York Hill Methodist Church in!les Kirk, all of Bolivar and Brunswick, M(I. Becky Lilla, of Millville. The Rev. Borden, pastor per- A small reception was formed the ceremony in the pre- following the ceremony at Mr. Shirley Knott Alger, Balti- more, Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. Barney Travell, South Church Street the past week. Mrs. Margaret LeMaster, North George Street has returned from Memphis Tenn., where she spent Easter with her daughter and son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nicely and sons, Carter, Christo- pher and Clinton. Miss Louise Walraven is a pat- sence of the groom's sister and' home of the groom's parents. tent in King's Daughters Hospi- husband, Mr. and Mrs. James For the duration of the tal, Martinsburg. Wood, Harpers Ferry. which Private Longerbeam Mr. Robert Portmess Hill, Falls Mrs. Longerbeam is the daugh- from military service, the Church, Virginia is in Arlington ter of Mr. and Mrs. "Junior" is residing with Mr. and Jones of Bolivar. She is employed Wood. Virginia Hospital in critical con- , in the Pentagon in Washington, dition, haveing suffered a cere- bral hemorrhage two weeks ago. D.C. ~,~t~r~,~~ He is the son of Mrs. Fay P. Hill Mr. Longerbeam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longerbeam dI~'4~4~5~~" and the late John W Hill,all The Rainbow Girls who have cancer protection at:e asking for of Bolivar and is currently serv- former residents of the 131oomery served as Cancer Crusade volun- a contribution to American ing in the U. S, Army and is this county• teers, assisting the Senior We- Cancer Society• stationed in Gleson, Germany• Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spinks,'s Club with the numerous Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Chairman of Those attending the wedding Ed Spinks, Mrs. John L. Miller, duties which enables the club to the Cancer Crusade said, the pur- in additon to Mr. and Mrs. Wood Shepherdstown, and Mrs. C• N. : sponsor a successful yearly for pose is to help more of our citi- Dorsey, visited their aunt Mrs. Charles Town and the area, will zens reach-an awarness of the Fred Wacker at the Church Home i conduct a Tag Day Friday and personal responsibility factor in t~ in Baltimore, Md. recently. They Saturday, April 22 and 23 in down Cancer Control. It is designed to were accompanied by Mrs. Edgar town Charles Town. And in the Frye who visited her grandson at above picture three members of increase the educational effective John Hopkins Hospital. the organization (left to right) hess of the society's annual fund Monday . Tuesday . Wednesday Miss Beulah Lee billow, daugh- Mary Bowman, Pam Snyder and raising campaign• This program ter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Dillow Margaret Byrer who attended will indicate where personal re- BOD't CUR[ 7 50 311 North Lawrence Street, Char the Cancer Crusade 'kickoff" buf sponsibility factor begins and , • • • les Town, has accepted employ, fet supper at the home of Mrs. ends. • meat in Washington, D. C. work O. S. Bloom, are Shown discussing These Crusaders Calling on HALF', CUTS 100 ing in the Personal Office for the and assorting educational mater- neighbors will also be helping to • s • • Coast Guard• I ials which they plan to distribute raise funds in support of the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slonaker, I during "Tag Days". American Cancer Society's Nat-(Experienced Operators Only) Martinsburg, W. Va., are on aI The Senior woman's Club of tonal programs of research, edu- vacation trip touring Tenn., Ala.,iShepherdstown is sponsoring the cation, and service to patients. VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Miss., La., Florida, Ga., NorthI Crusade in Shepherdstown and All residental Chairmen and 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 and South Carolina. They crossed I area and the Harpers Ferry We- Crusaders will be announced as Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, I men's Club is sponsoring the Cru. the complete their solicitation. Charles Town, West Ca. the word's longest, bridge, connect ing New Orleans with the bigh-Isade in Harpers Ferry and Bolt- Other key workers in this life I car. saving crusade are: Mr. Marvin The evening was brought to a lands to the North. While in New More than 250 Cancer Crusad- Brooks, Special Gifts Chairman, i close with the serving of the Se- Orleans they visited some of their ers are working as residental Mrs. Lacey Bailey and Mrs. Gee. i Discover Visine cunda Mensa (an equivalent to friends, e drops our dessert). The following foods A surprise birthday party was chairmen in Jefferson and are rge Dunaway, Jr. Businesses, and were served: nmslum (grape given in honor of Mrs. Barbara I callingthem leaflets°n theirwithneighbOrSoutlinedgivingfacts Mr.ts ChairmanGe°rge VickerS,and whoSpecialwill Even-be in ~iii~i~i~ juice and honey), uvae (grapes), (Maw) Fritts, 77th birthday bY]on the 7 danger signals, the im- charge of the Coffee Days on "':i~i~i~i~i~ii::::iii!i!iii!i#:!ii::::::~:~::~... ""%~::~::~i~::i~::~i~::~::~::~i~iz::~::::::ii pomae (apples), palme (dates), her children on Sunday, April 112 W. Washington St.- Charles Town amydala (almonds), juglandes, 17th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. portance of yearly checkups in April 29th and 30th. iiiiii::::i::::::::::ii::i::iii::i::i::iiii~iiii::i::i::;i!i~::~: