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OF JEFFERSON YAmmERS ADVOCATE MAY 7, 1959 5--A ? LADIE of the unday S RANSON iy eeden Telephone 256-JX berty ,~IU]gCII l~d ~ffrs. M. C. Trussell had t recently visitors ~i,th Mrs. Susie ' ~lest on Sunday Mrs Ida I Olaize ,and Mrs Dick Carper ~ " . o ,,, ,,IALS~D. and Mrs. C. V. ~IcWil [ Mrs. Susie Gl,aize has ~been on Mrs. Bessie Wittwer aH ]our sick list for a few days wi,th ~Clty, Kansas. [the flu but is feeling bet~ter now. .1..~ Mrs. Richard BraiVh-[ Sund'ay guests at ,tile home of .... ,d~.~J children De~ble and [Mr. Arthur Webb and ,fa~_i:ly were ~l~ATl~E~yere Sunday evening lMr. and Mrs. Dineen Welsh. Mr. I Mrs. Eddie Levi of Visited with Mrs. Levi's Susie Gla~ze on Sun Mrs. Frances Carper of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferry Pike were t~r~hs occurred at the h',~ ~n General Hospital ~[~e, Period of April 30 and ~m the stork dividing his ~equal,ly among boys ,and t~._hter Penelope Lynn, was :~tlt~l,~ty, April 30 to Mr. :~)~rvin Ve~ter Propps of ~l.'Y~gMay 3, a son, Kaye m~was 'born to Mr. and Mrs. ~rrison Smith of Fincas- i~y, ~Iay 5 a son, Brian Wil ,born Mr. and Mrs. | Hi mes of Knoxville, ~Iay 6 a d~aughter and Mrs. Charles ~f Harpers Ferry. ,a@miCted to the V. Cooper, Ran- E. Hamacher, Balhi- H. Cox, Har- H. Jones, Wal- Town; .Gordon Windsor, Md. Don and Lena Togan, Medical patients ~dmitted were Mr. Howard C. Hoff, Mr. FYank Ellis Webster, Mrs. Eva Lenore McKee, Mr. Palxl Grayson Ed- :wards, City; Mr. Eugene S. Bon- her, Elkins, W. Va.; Mrs. Farmie Arotlha Albright, Keaxneysvi~lle; Mrs. Elizabeth Carol IfAng. Arling- ton, Va.; Little W~,l,ll~n D~rr Rog- ers ~Miss Diane C~herine 'Comer, Ranson; My. James Franklin Pow ers, Br~nswick. Md.; Mr. Rona'Id Lee Rlckard, Asilta'bula, Ohio; Mr. Clarence Cortez Arms, Har- pers Ferry; Li~le Dennis Keith :Johnson, Mdllvil, le; l~[r. Lowell H. Hetzel, Bake~ton. leffers y Hospita! Auxiliary Has Busmess Meeting ,Fifteen members of the Jeffer- son County Hospital Auxiliary met at the hospl'tat for their monthly ,Mary F. Thomoson business session axed ~after hearing reports ~rom all commn~tees dis- l~tients admitted to Were Mrs. Elsie Davis Ja~net Lloyd Vaw- Elaine 'Mary Jack Ann Chaznblin, Lee Chamblin, LitAyle Wilt, Ranson; Eliza,beth Custer, Schultz, Harpers Erroll Ward. C~,t$; 10 Wiley, Harpers 'P~r EHen New, Bruns " Marth,a EHen Oft cussed ,plans 'for several ,forthcom- ing events. The Baptist Church have their needles and thread busy with the sewing t~.'s month and are doing a good job. The president Mrs. John Martin announced May 10 through 16 .as National Hospi'tal Week. It was suggested .to have posters display- ed reminding ~0he public of this important event. An Gpen House and ,a tour will be held on Wednesday, May 13 in observation of this event. The Auxiliary voted ,to pay for a new diot~tin,g and transcribing machi~e, the money to t~e drown from the Memorial Fund. The Auxiliary discussed detailed plans ,for a Blook Party on or near the Town lo% June 5 sLa~ing at 1:00 p. m. The evening ~ill be hig~ligh'ted wlth a dance and Crowning of a Queen of Roses o~ Jefferson County. The big affair wHI be held at the Citizens Fire Hall. Admission to ,his event will be by ticket only. ~he ticke~s will be on s a~e by many persons next week. Mrs. Randolph Barnes Doctor Vera Moulton, Miss Sn~ith and Miss Dunstan of Shep herd College called upon Mr. and Mrs. J~mes Haler Sunday after- noon. Mr. Ezra Fiddler, an employee st Varel Woolen Mll,1 is a patient in Win ches~r ~Ylemorial Hospital. Miss Clemye Baker is spending i a week with Mrs. Adam Link Jr. near Shenandoah Junction. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Amon Orantham were Mr. Roland Clarke of Alexandria, Mrs. Earl Gran~ham, Mr. and 'Mrs. James- Granhtam and sons ,and ~Vlr. and Mrs. W~hite Grant.barn and ,fam- ily. Master John Jennings of Hagers tow~ spent the weekend with MRs ter Tim HaTer. Miss Anna McGarry of Bardane called upon Mr. and Mrs. l~orres~ Watson Saturday ~fternon. Mr. A. C. Schench and family moved last week ~rom the Kratz house ~o Doctor Flannagans ,farm. Mr. John Kearns of York, Pa. is spending some ,t2me w~th his sister Mrs. C. B. Ri~ger, The W. S. C. S. of the ~VIe~ho- dist Ohurch met at the home of ,Mrs. Holmes VJhl~e Wednesday ni~h~ with fifteen members pres ent. The ,following officers were el coted for the comt~g year: Mrs. Joe Gruber, president; Mrs. Stan- ley Ybing vice president; Mrs. Hol- mes White, secretary; Miss Clem ye Baker, treasurer. The P. T. A. will mee~ at the school Tuesday, ~YIay 12th. Mrs. Amon Gran~,h,am and ~vIrs. Earl Grantham accompanied Mrs. White Grantham to Charlottes- vflle, Va. Tuesday. The la'tter was adm~bted to the U~iversi'ty Hospi tal for observation. Mr. and Mrs. GroPer Dunlap drove to Dover, Del. Friday and returning Sunday they were ac- comparged by ~heir daughter Mrs. Glen Br~ithwai,te and Tona Lynn Br~ithwa~te who ~vill spend a week. Don',t forget the country ham ~nd chicken st~pper aS ,the ~q~e~,h- odls~ Church Saturday, May 9 at 5 o'clock. Adults $1.25, children .60. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smootz, Charlos Town and Mrs. James F. Macoughtry spent the weekend in 'Morgan:town visiting the latters uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. Lambert Heaton. Mr. and ~VIrs. Harry ~a~es of Ridley Park, Pa. cal~led upo~ Mr. T. J. Bates and Mr..and Mrs. R. J. Madison Monday. Mrs. Samuel Smith. Union Brid ge, Md. 'and Mrs. Howard Hillery of M~. A)iry, Md, were visitors at the h~ ~edM[t:i'and Mrg.~K~n- neth Hillery l~riday and ,attended the Apple Blossom Festival also. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruble at- ~ended the wedding of the for- mers sister Miss I)orothy Ruble )and ,Mr. Macks Beasley which oc- curred on Friday May Ist at the Paynes Chevped Methodist Church near Ridgeway. A reception loll owed the ceremony at the home of t~he brides parents Mr. and Mrs. Tull Ruble. Mr. and Mrs. Hol~mes Ta~bott of Ma~tinsburg were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Forrest Watson. Duz~ing ,the afternopn ~hey all visi ~ted Mrs. N~ary Yoe at her home near Vancleves~ille. Master Rodney PAng. young son o~ ,Mr. and Mrs. Allen PAng has been co~,fined to his home ~vi!th ,measles. Mr. and Mrs. L~wrence Ever- h, art Jr. and f~m~ly moved ,from 0heir home here to a farm near Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Wil H:am Chapman have moved in,to ~he dwelling on Main street own- ed by Mr. Sbanley Zombro. Mrs. W. F. IMcAvery and Miss M~ary Gaff ~f ,Martinsbu~g called ~pon ,Mrs. D. S. Ohilds Monday af ter~oon. Cumberland Man Dies Nil mmnm ,From Injuries Of Rail Accident In Brunswick Earl David Hott of Cumberland. Md. a brakeman on ,the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, died in George- own University Hospital, Wash- ingto~, D. C. Tuesday, April 21 from injuries sustained in a rail- road accident which occurred Sun day afternoon April 12 in ~the History of Special School Levies Authorized By the yards ,at Brunswick Md. Hott was brought to the Char- Better Schools Amendment and Made Available By les Town General Hospital ,after the aC~c~den,t and then later was ,transferred to the Washington Enabling Acts of the Recent Session of the West Hospital. Hott was injured ,while riding a carload of crossties on Virginia State Legislature. ~he "hump" in the yards ~,t Brans wick. It was reported Mr. Hott sus- t~Ined'in'ternal injuries when,]he was thrown between two ars County Levies Approved to Date Favorable Vote after the load in the rail car had shifted. Another engine had to be called to the scene to help free 17~r..~r-** ~v ,~gl': Mr. Hott who was p~nned beneath the cars. IMr. Hott was ,born March 30, ' ," anawha --]8'~ ~1922 :at Romney and was ,the son of ROy and Armeda Mic aels Lincoln 80';, I Hott of Romney. He was employ- )ed 'as a 'brakeman for the Balti- more and Ohio Railroad. He was a member of Lodge 271 Loyal Or- tier of Moose and the ~rother- hood of Railway Trainmen. Surviving besides his parents, are his widow, Mrs. Verda Irene Hott and two sisters, Mrs. Hazel Reeves, Western,port and Mrs. Leola Starkey, Stephen City, Va. Lawson Botts Chapter Meets :Tuesday, May 12 The Lawson Botts Chapter, U. D. C. will meet at the home of Mrs. Charles Fulk on Tuesday, May 12 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John Porter Burns will give a musical i program .and election of officers l will be held during ,the meeting. I All members are asked to be pres ent. Marion 79' ;, Mason 72' Mineral 7!' ( Mingo 96'/., McDowell 87' ; Preston 89' , Raleigh 74(;, Tyler 77% Wayne Wetzel 65' ;., Wood 67(; OZ.oz. "! ' COUNTY LEVIES SCHEDULEI): May 5 Marshall oz. 14 Ohio , ' ' NEWBERRY Sleeveless EWBERRY Women s Wash N Wear 15 Fayette b~ 16 Randolph e,-, 199 D 0 ST[ RS " 16 Jackson .,.. E S S S 19 Hancock ". I S 10 to 41 , LOW PRICE 19 Jefferson ll! 14 LOW Dainty and Right for Summer. to 24 with Half Sizes. PRICE ds - 19 Monongalia :" Si [ t'ai- n'/Batiste [ "Movie Star" W 19 Pleasants :e Baby Doll I Nylon Tricot . 19 Tucker PAJiMAS I SLIPS UMMER AG PAJAi IAS 21 Logan $1.17 [ LOW : .98 LOW LOW $ |.97 22 Grant PRICE PRICE la PRICE a. 22 Hardy $1.29mm IiWell Made - Fine Trims Clutch and Carry With Becter Styling 28 Taylor e PRICE ~i :SHO~T5 ripes . Plains gS' t hte 's Sleeveless io# Play or Street Patterns. ? Boone Fine Selection Knee Length L a d i e s Mother's Day S e a m I e s s Fine Quality .. Since the Legislature failed to provide more state CARDS 35' N Y L 0 N S P A N TIE S aid for education, approximately forty counties plan to C to use special levies to maintain their schools during LOW Pr. LOW the forthcoming year. Some election dates are yet LOW PRICE PRICE to be set. A Lasting Gift--- NEWBERRY Field Grown NEWBERRY t LOW PRICE REG. 49c BUSHES. LOW PRICE VOTE HE 314 CHARLES TOWN STORE