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TO :In memory of Mr. Lynn Gran- than Jr. from Mrs. J. W. Strider M IF d SrIn memry Mrs' Margaret Bun- emoria un del, Baltimore, Md. from Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Riley. gifts have recent- In memory of Mr. Dewey Hill red by the Memor- from Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bren,ne- Jefferson Coun'ty ,man. cy. They are as of Mr T W Wilt Sheriff flehle Talks ~vcrence Ross, Am- )dern Woodmen of ToM D fly M ce Co camp 9+4: o adison 4-H Wm. B. Stuck and ~. A. Hockensmith. embers of the Dolly Madison of Mr. John Har- 4-H Club held their monthly meet Mrs. Clagett Ward ing wt 7 p. m. April 27 a~ Me Char Wm. Egell CTaig les Town PreSbYterian Church and ', Nashville, Tenn. and heard a talk on "Safety" by Jeffer 1 Rouss. son County Sheriff C. A Hehle. T of Miss JuH~t Bay- Demonstrations on safety were al from Miss Lucy Am- so given by James Saville and Don and Mrs. Creighton ald Ot~. Milton Rouss, Miss Other types of demonstration ~vse, Mrs. Lyman Ly were given by Linda Link and to, N. C.; Dr. Eliza-Ann Thomas. ~)ldsboro~ N. C. and Mrs. Ramsburg led the ,group Trapnell. in a song and Marcy Reed led Jhe Y of Mrs. Eddy B. group in some recreation. La~er a [tss Ollie Blessing. sho~ business meeting was held. t' of Mr. James B. I't was announced ,that the next ra Peoples Bank of meeting will be ,held at 7 p. m. in stead of 7:30. of Mrs Lula Bell Devationals for the meeting :es ,ney: lllefrom were led by Carol Urquhar, Judy era rune Clipp. The meeting was ad.jo~lrned of Mrs. Lelia Bitner and delicious refreshments were IMrs. J. W. Strider served. - . Mrs. t Honored At Shower TESTAMENT DEVOTION- Mrs. Ann (Cotta) Dillow was honored ,at a bridal shower Satur- day, April 26 at the home o~ Mrs. Alice Hines. The shower was given by Mrs. Shirley Russell. Refreshments o,f ,punch, cake, po tato chi~ps, peanuts and mints were served. The guest of honor re ceived many useful and lovely gifts. PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE I ommemorato and aceom- an individual of CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P.M. Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children 25c Adults 50c into de.t isno to .how your tos loyal ~'~ A4,flH~I Drake URG Wednesday and Thursday May 6 and 7 "2" BIG HITS! DI~ LUXE C. ODOM, Mgr. John Street ,.Va,.,+: ,. PLUS-- STARTING FRIDAY, May 8 FOR A FIVE (5) DAY ENGAGEMENT HERE'S THE MOVIE YOU'VE WAITED STARRING PRICES---This Attraction Adults 75c Children 25 Sunday Shows :--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday May 13 and 14 "2" EXCITING HITS! .,t,.....- on" really does ! TODAY Gallon 4 Gals. At RS STORE W. VA. 486 ? ~t. PLUS-- THE RAPE PIERRE CRESSOY. HELENE REM'f CAST OF THOUSANDS' .... I L_ ,,,J] i ] I" " Woman'sClub :Election of officers featured a business meeting of ;the o rganiza:t- ion held following a spag.hetCA sup per Tuesday evening, April 20, wi.th Mrs. Guy Tucker of Charles Town being re-named club presi- dent. Other omcers named were: Mrs. Edgar Snoot, vice-president; Mrs. Archie Smith, recording secretary; Mrs. William Anders, corespond- lag secretary; Mrs. Garland Sny- der, treasurer and Mrs. Willard Mar~ln, publicity di'rector. The president, Mrs. Guy Tuck- er introduced the following guests at he meeting: Mrs. Howard Dil- low, District Chairman from Mar tinsburg; iMrs. Clyde Sullivan, pres idenLt of ehe Martinsburg Cl+b,,, Miss Norm.a Navarro, from Peru and Miss Rose Marie Hansen from Switzerland, bot~ foreign exchan- ge studen~ at Shepherd College. Also Nora Cheshire of the senior class of Ohaxles Town High School. Miss Cheshire gave a brief talk on the IAbrary ~nd drive now un derway at +he high school to raise funds to purchase new books for the library. Reports were heard from the Those attending were: Mrs. Ce- cll Da~son, Miss Virginia Crider, Mrs. Charles Pri,~ts, Mrs. Claude Eaton, Mrs. Owen S~umbaugh, ~VIrs. Ann Lo~gerbeam, Mrs. Grace C grper, ~V~rs. Cornelia Souders, Mrs. Anna Unger, Mrs. Mary Cot- ta and Michael, Mrs. Sl~rley Rus sell and son, John Russell, also 'li+fle ~VIlss Faye Russell. Those who sen+t gifts but were not +ble to attend were Mrs. Margle An- drews, Mrs. R. A. Leake, Mrs. Hat- ,tie Hill, RW, rs. Elsie W~aye, Mrs. Pwtxici,a ~t~aubs, Mrs. M~rgaret Ennis, Mrs. ~erCha Simons, Mrs. I~,~ra James, ~VIrs. Sadie Wood, Mrs. Bessie Jenkins, Pe@gy Jen- killS. Number Important Matters +Discussed By Civic. League The regular meeting of the Jeff erson County Civic League was recently held at the St. Philip par iSh house. Several importan~ mat- ters occupied ;the age~lda: (1) ,dis cussion with +he senior class of Page-Jackson High School regard ing j~b requirements and place- men,ts, (2) the pending local el- ections and (3) property +lean- t~p campaign. ~'he~next meetiRgs ~r.s'Ch~ led as f01L'IOWS: ' +. +" I Special Election Meeting, Wed- Inesday, May 6 8:30 ~. m. to con- sider (1) the school levy election and (2) town council election. Re- presentatives and candidates are invited ,to ateend. Interested par- ties should contact Mr. James W. Nickens, secretary. The general 'public ~s urged .to attend. The regular meeting Thursday ,May 21 at 8:30 ,p. m. wilt deal wi~h anm~al election of officers and the planning of objectives $or the 1959 60 season. All ~meetings are held ut the parish touse of St. Phili,p P. E. Church on East Lawrence Dtreet. Then there ure ~e people who like jokes-on the other fellow. Now tha~ we've had a taste of it, winCer doesn't seem all we Chought i,t was-last summer. captains of the tti-Fi contest, Miss Maureen Bush and Mrs. Don al~d C}ine. Mrs. Truman Lawrence and Mrs. Millard Jenkins were appoint ed co-chairmen for the .park pro- ject on ~May 30. Mrs. James Gore introduced Mr. Roger Perry w~ho presented the program for the evening by show ing some be~uti,ful and interesting slides of Italy. Mrs. Cy Cavalier reported on the Fine Arts committee and pres e~ted pictures that would be tak en to the convention. Prizes for the pain,tings went to Sam Beer and Marlene Kisner, students at Senior High School. Mrs. James Gore and Mrs. Don- ald Engle volunteered to be co- chairman for the Beard Growing Contest to be sponsored by the Jr. Woman's Club at ,the Harpers Ferry Centennial. Committee men bets were Wanda Perry, Mel,ba Lawrence and Ginny Smi.th. The following committee chair man reported Mrs. Helen MaRs- ha chairman of the Conservation Committee reported that a tree had been planted at the park. Mrs. Forrest S~mmons, chair- man of Community Affairs Depart meat annomced,,,,,", ,that Easter bas- kets were distri'buted to the folks at the county Infirmary. Mrs. James Gore, In,ternational Affairs chairman stated that .the check for a sewing machine 'had been sent and the sewing kits will be sent in tMay. Mrs. Glen Magaha will order ~he umbrella and two chairs from the Strider Furniture Store to be placed at the park .before ,the park opening. Mrs. Edgar Smoot announced ,that plans are complete for the eashion show and ,a :large attend- ance was e~pected. Mrs. Joseph Staley, chairman of the Installation Banquet announ- ced the dinner vxould be held at Ferry Hill May 20 at 7:00 Mrs. Guy Tucker, Mrs. Norman Kisner and Mrs. Willard MaPtin will be the delegate to ,the state convention at Parkersburg May 1 and 2. The club voted by secret ballot for the outstanding old member with the results to be announced at the Installation Banquet. L! Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, St% SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. Linden Bush Back From Meeting Woman's Chapter Of VPI Alumni (Mrs. Linden J. Bush has return ed from attend~ing the annual mee,ting of the Woman's Chapter of 'the VPI Alumni Association held at the George Mason Hotel !in Alexandria, Va. on April 24 and 25. The Vheme of the 'meeting was "Confidence for leadership". The keynote address on Friday was given by Mi~ Dorothy Emerson of College Park, Md. Saturday a business session was held with talks by Dr. Laura Har per on vPrs school of Home Econ omics and by Dr. Wilson Bell on the VPI Centennial Developmen~ Program. The final address was given by Mr. Russell I. Thaekery, Execu,tive Director of the Amer- ican Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities on "The Land Grant College System", FORT DRIVE - IN On Route 340---2 Miles West o_..f Harpers Ferry, W. Va+ Thurs. - Fri. May 7 - 8 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- Anyone he can't scare is a liar! "THE FRIEND WHO WALKED THE WEST" In Cinemascope with Hugh "Wyatt Earp" O'Brian ALSO "Just a kid . . . his class- room was a prison . . . he learned fast." " D I N O " Starring SAL MINEO Sat. Only May 9 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- "One of the most exciting Westerns ever filmed." "THE SIEGE AT RED RIVER" in Color with Van Johnson - Joa~ne Dru ALSO "Thrill to the Screen's Great- est Air Thriller." "BLAZE OF NOON" with William Holden William Bendix FREE--Hawaiian Vanda Orchids to the first one hun- dred Mothers who attend this show. Sun. - Mon. May 10 - 11 He's the "MOTHER" the year .... JERRY LEWIS in .ROCK -A- BYE BABY" in Color with Marilyn Maxwell Loaded with Songs! Loaded with Laughs! Tues.- Wed. May 12- 13 TWO THUNDEROUS BLASTS OF MOVIE GREATNESS! "THE BONNIE PARKER STORY" Starring DorothyProvine as the Cigar Smoking Hellcat of the roaring thirties on a ram- page of lust and murder. ALSO "Without his Gun he was naked yellow" "MACHINE GUN KELLY" with Charles Bronson Susan Cabot Charles Dovenmuehle Given Promotion By J. J. Hewberry Co. Oharles Theodore Dovenmuehle manager of the J. J. Newberry Store in Charle~on, W. Va. for the past six years has been promo ted to executive position in New York City, effective Monday, April 27. In his New York Position Dov- enmuehle will supervise all New- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1959 7--B berry Restaurants in the Manhat tan District. This includes the eastern seaboard from Michig~an to South Carolina. Mrs. Doven- muehle and ,their daughter Sandra II will leave Charleston as soon as housing arrangements have been completed. They will live in New Jersey. Dovenmue~le has been active in CYnamber of Commerce work dur- ing his ,six years in Charleston. He served as chairman of the Retall Division for one year and was in charge of the Charleston Day Sale Campaigns and a member of the i Optimist Club. He is the son of Mrs, Blanche Dovenmuehle and tLhe late Ernest Dovenmuehie of Charles Town. Polite lies often begin with "1 have nothing to wear." Good luck r~treJy comes unex- ~..ted; usually, it is over-expect- I l i) WHEN YOU KEEP *THEM SECURE IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX IN OUR VAULT. THE COST IS LOW FOR THE FAMILY SIZE. . . ONLY PENNIES A WEEK. GET 0NE! I PHONE 587 RANSON, W. VA. Better Living For Everyone " EAT BETTER * " SAVE TIME " FUN Automatic Defrosting in fresh food comprtment "Cold-Mist Freshener" gives glass enclosed high humidity storage at con- venience level 'Reach-Easy" aluminum slide-out shelves with gold decorative fronts *'Package Pantry" for pre- packaged fruit and produce 207 lb. eparate freezer Beautiful "Style Mark" styling Your choice of 3 exterior eolorl or white. Foodarama Costs Much Less Than a Separate Deluxe Refrigerator and Upright Freezer only a week a.dyour oM refrigerator PHONE 17 CtIARLES TOWN, W. VA. ++4' +." ++'+ '++ I ++. +. w W q ,m, +, +,+, ,+. ,+=