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FARM~CR'S ADVOCATB IPLRtT OR J F RSON Thu y, 2 -A Mrs. Floyd Simons I II Four Birthdays Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones 7th. ave entertained at their home Sunday in honor of four bi?th. tlays, Mrs. Jones father Mr. Geo- rge Bell, her st,~ter Mrs. Evelyn Whittington and ~Ir. and Mrs. Jones daughter Terri LyBn all on the 16th and Mrs. Jones mother, Mrs. George Bell's birthday the 21st. of April. Those present were Mr. and l~rs. George Bell and daughter Mary of Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittington and children Robbie and Hope of Baltimore, Md,, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rob- inson and children Todd and Tracey, Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slack and sons Roger and Jeffery, Paris, Va., Faye Cooke, Winchester, Va., and Miss Louise Bell, Washington, D. C, Mrs. Susan Glaize spent Satur- day with Mrs; Mary Ott. Sunday she visited her daughter Mrs. Eddie Levi, Berr~llle, Va. Mrs. Martin Welsh of Bakerton visited with Mr. Arthur Webb and daughter, I Elizabeth recently. Mr. Donald Webb and sons Don ald, Keith and Kenny, Mr. Art- hur Webh and M~ss Elizabeth Wobb visited with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Swopc, Bolivar Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Webb spent Sunday afternoon With Mrs. Web- bs grandfather Mr, Lloyd Jones in Bolivar. They later visited with Mr. Webbs t~ather and sister Mr. Arthur Webb and Miss Eli- zabeth Webb. Mr. Frank Simons accompalned by Mr. Earl Peacher and son Clifton of Halltown and Mr. Gary Johnson attended a soft ball league meeting Monday evening in Winchester, Va. Michael and Mark Simons, visit ed their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Honk, IIalltown Friday ~vening while their mother, Mrs. rank Simons, Miss Dorothy Bow- ers, Mrs. Janet Fink of Middle- town, Md. and Mrs. Gary Johnson attended the Charm Revue in Bolivar. Michael spent the night with his grandparents. Mrs. Ella Hae Burgdess of near Rockville, Md. spent the weekend With her SisterMrs. Leo Collins. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jenkins aceompained by Mr. and Mrs. Sterner ttowell attended the re- irement banquet'given in honor of some 24 men who recently re- tired at the Stanffard Lime and . Cement Co. in M~sb~rg, the held at ' Tall Cedar~ in Mr. and Mrs. :Richard Stickles and daughter Terri and Mr. Bill Bentz all of Alexandria, Vs. spent the week end With the former's daughter Mrs. Louise BentZ. Stmffay guest ~ther than the one's mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Bentz and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs and son Kenny. Mrs. Nora Steward, Martins- burg, visfted her sister Mrs. Berth Simons Saturday. Assembly of GOd ChUrch of Ran. SOl1 NEWS: The youth and many of the members of the Assembly of God Church here in Ranson attended a C. A. Rally a~td fellows'hip monthly meeting in Frderiek, Md. Monday evening. The Ranson Chu rch bus was used and several cars. They were proud to report the Ranson C. A' brought the banner back. Rev. Buddy Chreel of St .Petersburg, Fla. Ministered at the afternoon servtce and StS. ter Blackwell of Florida Minister- ed to the young people in the, evening. A Wonderful time of fellowship was had by all. Sister Koonce of Penn. and Sis- ter BlackWblt of Florida are in their sixth week of revivaI at the Assembly of God Church. The , public is~ invited to attend these services Tuesday through Sunday night. and family Sun- day afte~oon. Little Michaet Simons is on the sick list. (IIurry up Mike and get well,) Mrs. Elsie P. Maye of Charles Town wh0, has., been employ(d with Victor Prbduc~ts foi- lhe past 14 yrs. is quiting her job as of Friday Ap~l 25th Mrs. l~ye's: mother Mrs, Mable Perks has been ill, and bed fast for sev~a~ rnofiths, and she is staying home to care for her. Mrs. Maye ha~ ~#0rked the past 6 yrs. in Hag~t0~a. Md. when the etectorial division of Victor Pro- ducts moved there from Ransom Mr. ar/d Mrs. Herman Sn0wden and Miss Esther Dunn of Martins burg w~e callers,atdhe home Mr, and Mrs. We: their Sigiet Mrs Saturfla~. the home Mrs. H. E, Costello Dn W- Lib[~rty St. THE Something new has been add- ed! And it's colorful, lively, bright and informative. Don't miss '~Maryland Living" the brand newrotogravure color mag- azine now every Sunday in /he ] altimore NeWs Ame rlcan. Mary tractive photos. You'll like i~ every week in I~IE NEWS AME. I~ICAN Balii~mrc, Ma~3qand On ~alc at your local new,dealer. [ [ II I II I nI I II OO0 / The bread with more of everything! The best-looking bread ever! Fine-textured, smooth... thanks to Blue Ribbon's exclusive Batter Whipped.pro cess. And the e s nmre. ,. lots than good, looks , More flavor, thenatural flavo of the very bestmg ed -, e~epytilll~9, Oeal;ty IJokora aft Amsdc@ Colq~oroflv6, the., 1964'" OO0 ents. More..freshness,be use Batter Whipping, seals out air,More freshness, too, with BIue:Ribboii's Easy- Open, Easy-Ct6seEnd:Seal... keepsthat Batter Whipped goodnessdnt ct:to theJastde[icious slice. Buy Schmidt:s Blue: Ribbon ... :the: with morn of eve 'ything!