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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
May 18, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 18, 1961

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TIttun I 40 boyn are foltown: V~II I Randolph Anderson, Rinses; .... Lewis Atkins, Ranson; Ray ,i M~u '~ Beahm IIarpers Ferry; Gaius Lee ,I IvlUJ a Brown, Charles Town; David Bur -- ner, Summit Point; Stephen ---" seniors, the lar-' Town; Carol Fritts, Charles Town; Cloud.CharlesTown; Ralph Coff- man r~anson; James Dailey Char to be graduated Susan Gregg Gibson, IIarpers Fer 1.,. ~p ....... Rn~r l')~ilov Chnr|~ Iown ~tign Schoot, ry; tcebecca Ann Harrell, Charles Town; David Dillow, IIarpers Fer ;ented their high Town; Doris Heishman, Chilies ry; Philip Drish, Summit Point; ~s Monday evening, i Town; Louise Jenkins, Rappen; Maxwell Duns, Kearneysville; Commencement exer- I Ruby Jenkins, Summit Point; Ra- James Ebersole, Charles Town; Itaged in the Charles I chel Johnson, Charles Town; Car- .James Edwards, Kearneysville; tS@nasium. Mi~ Cor Jolyn Lehman, Charles Town; Ev. Danny Eismon, Charles Town; of Washington, D. C. [ elyn Rebecca Lloyd, Charles Town ,John Fritts, Kearneysville; Rob- dent of the National Mary Hood Mays, Charles Town; ert Gardner, Kearneysville; Har- ~sociation, will be the Sue Pine, Charles Town; Lands old Gray, Charles Town; David . . ' ,he program. Lomse Peele, Charles Town, Henry, Charles Town, Charles wn of the graduating Betty Jean Poston, Kearneysville; ,Jackson, Harpers Ferry; Tommy 41 are girls and 46Nancy Price, Karneysville; Gene- Jackson, Kearneysville; Harry Ka vieve Rotruck, Kearneysville; El ble, Charles Town; Paul Kimes, list as announced izabeth Saville, Charles Town; El- Charles Town; Leo Kisser Char- Principal William len Paige Shoemaker, Charles les Town; James Lemen, Summit Acosta, Charles Jo Beard, Ranson; Town; Lands --~-B Town; Glenda Brent Ella Mae Butler Rappen; Cheshire, Summit Catherine Corder, Allene Coulter, Ann Edwards, Ran Ennis, Charles Town; Helen Louise Sine, Charles Point; Billy Magaha, Ranson; Town; Peggy Slusher, Ranson; Claude Mar(urn, Harpers Ferry; Virginia Anne Snyder, Charles Richfird McCauley, Rinses; Town; Ruth Staubs, Charles Town James McDonald, Ranson; Thom- as Mills, Ranson; Kenneth Wood- ward eden, Charles Town; Joe Orndorff, Charles Town; Charles Town; Sharon Whittington: Ran- Ott, Harpers Ferry; Mifflin Ott, son; Aretta Woodard, Harpers Harpers Ferry; ffimmy Robinson, .... TO THE .... and. all the folks at the LIGHT & POWER ,CO. are proud to be serving Ranson's Bank. 'COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED AS A SERVICE FOR THEIR CUSTOMERS. Samuel 'i'aylor, Charle and C uy tr=k at * how they l r. d:d h for t Pl'Rri OF J'BFFER ON rmv,ADVOCATE Town; Theodore Togans, Charles Ransoms. ~ !Mr. Conrad Grove, Judge who is JT~lTO~n,-~-u tv ~o ~ar.t - ~ Town; tloward Tumblin, Charles Mrs. Esther eden and daughter manager of Sohel ~arm. ! olts-I .- ~ ...... Town; David VanMetre, Charles Donna and sons Guy and Frank ::~n~:t~:i~cg :,~:, ?, pf . '. , .- . . Town; James Viands. Harpers of Ranson were Thursday visitors r f o c. Raymond D. Painter :Ferry; William Williams, Kear. of her mother-in-law Mrs. Nellie ~UePt ~:~nda:~)nin '~'re hht~lPiat~l neysville; Richard Wilson, Char. Oden. I oinia breeders'had to offer John The occasion was the observance PJ les Town; Calvin Woodward, Ha,'. Mrs. Arietta Penwell and dau-!,~'. Ambrose'.~ Paignton Fa'r'm of ,of National Hospital Week. Corn etes Enaineerina pers Ferry. ghters Pat, Betty, Debbie and Peg Charles ,Town walked off with l For the dinner program the fol ~ jU~j~~ gy anti Mt~s. Ruby Ott and (laugh- the lion s share of the coveted lowing persons spoke briefly on ~n,e,~ Ab ~,b ~|u~[. ters Jamie and Kathy were shop purple Championship ribbons. !matters of hosoital interest" The ~UUI3~ ]~1 lull ~I~U!! Res0 ct pers at Winchester, Vs. on Sat- Paignton Prince Rowley 19 was i Rev. Richard "~'. Neal, president _ , urday, made Grand Champion Bull and!of the board of managers" Dr Fort Betvoir Vs. (AtlTNC) .... The following resolution of re. Mr. and Mrs. Itartford Brackett sold 1o Frank C. Ward, Mill.Creek Earl Altars, Chief of the i'iospil" Army Pfc. Raymond D. Painter, spect of the deceased Elder W. Be of Lowdown County, Vs. were re- W. Va,.M]ss .W~x 29 of Pmgn!on al's Medical Staff; Mrs. Lira E. 24, whose wife, Betty lives at 1026 Hammond was approved and or- cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gee was actmmeu t,ran(l unstop!on So(cane, acting hospital adminis- Stoll pl., Baltimore, Md. complet- dered by the session to be enter, rge Cooper and family. ~emaie ann went on to get me triter; Mrs. ffobn Martin, presi- ed the seven week engineer co- ed in the minutes of the session,i Mr .and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam nod over her .half-brother for dent of the Auxiliary; Mrs. y~. O. uipment maintenance course Al~- a copy to be sent to Mrs. Ham-and daughter Kay and son Don. ~upreme unampmn ot me ~now. Stagers, former assistant superin- ril 28 at The Engineer School, mend, copies made available to nie of Rinses were Sunday visa- She topped the female sale at tenden~; Donald Fuss past pres]- Fort Belvo~- v, ~he local papers and a copy sent tors of Mr. and Mrs. Pat ttostler. $710, going to Sweet Briar Farm, dent of the Board of Managers; Ite was trained to renair and ~Octtih~o:hristian Observer for pub Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and Penn's Park, Pa. In commenting Mrs. tt. tI. lIunter, chairman of nerform *maintenance on heaw'- daughters Lands and Kathy and on his decision, Judge Grove stat the Volunteer Service anti Mrs. construction eouinment such ~,: William Beattie Hammond born son Martin of Middleway were ed that this was one of the best O S Bloom " ~ " -- - tractors, graders and crane show- Oct. 12, 1888 united with the Kear Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. headed, best balanced females he Mrs. Bloom who served as chair els. neysville Presbyterian Church by profesion of faith on October 29, 1922, was ordained as Deacon Jan airy 14, 1923, was ordained as El der March 26, 1939 and served in that office until his death April 18, 196Z We, the session of the Kearneys vtlle Presbyterian Church as we ceeord Our appreciation of this man's life, give thanks to God for our comradship with our brother inhis service to Jesus Christ. Our words cannot tell the whole story of our thanks to God for our as-i so(litton with him in the work of Christ in our church. We simply mention that his church occupied a most import- ant place in his busy and useful life and in the service he gave his community, and that this ser- vice was always marked by the characteristic Fruits of the Holy Spirit, which God's Redeeming Grace gives to those who love him Friendliness, sympathy, thought fulness, honor and truth were the characteristics that marked his life and service tea host of his friends. We extend our sympathy to his companion of 48 years of married devotion and to their two child- ren whom we congratulate for the christian heritage which is theirs. P. P. MARSHALL Clerk of Session By Mrs. Pauline Ott Merle eden and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daughter Kay and son Dermic and Mrs. Margaret IIostler and family were Saturday morning vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Virts at Lucketts, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy were recent visi- tors of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and dan ghters Arbutus and Antionnette at Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daughter Kay and son Donnie of Ranson were saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Miss Mazie Shumaker of Boli- var was Sunday evening callers of Mrs. Nellie eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shifflett and son of Ranson were Sunday visi- tors of the litters parents Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Jenkins and family. Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were recent visitors of her mother Mrs. Ellis Johnson at Millville. Miss Pat Penwell had a Stanley Party on Tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Pea(her of Martinsburg was de- monstrator. Games were played and refreshments were served. Everyone had an enjoyable time. Mr .and Mrs. Nelson Engle of near Charles Town were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lilly and family. Paignton Farm Herd Wins Number Honors Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Farmer At Clarksburg Show and daughter Susie of Bardane were Saturday night visitors of The 18th annual West Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and State Angus Show and Sale, held family, l in the new Harrison County 4-H Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott were show barn just south of Clarks- Friday evening callers of Mr. and burg, saw 18 Angus Bulls and 35 Mrs. Donald eden and daughter peting in a very hotly contested !had seen for some time. The entire Paignton consign- ment was sired by Paigntons Prince Rowley a son of hnported Prince of Rowley and was a ra- ther easy choice for winner of the Get.of-Sire group. Dr. Lancaster, Family Visit In Charles ,Town Dr. and Mrs. Roy Lancaster and two daughters, of Chicago, Ill. have returned to their home after visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lancaster of West St., Charles Town. Dr. Lancaster will be starting his third year of a four year resi- dency in surgery at the Univer- sity of Chicago Clinics. He is a gr(~duate of Charles Town High School and Shepherd College, W. Vs. University and the School of Medicine at the University of Chi cage. He and fellow doctors at the Clinics are well known in resear- ch work on heart surgery, much of their work having been public ized in medical journals and doc- tors from all over the United States were told of their work last year at a meeting in Miami, Fla. Hospital Board, Staff, Personnel Entertained By Woman's Auxiliary Members of the Board of Man- agers, the mdical and nursing staffs and other personnel of the Charles Town General Hospital, were guests of honor Friday even ing, May 12 of the Women's Aux- man of the dinner, was assisted by a committee from the Auxil- iary. Painter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Painter, Route 4, Mar tinsbur~, W. Vs. FLASH LIGHTS SATURDAY, MAY 20th WHILE THEY LAST--WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF $1.00 OR MORE---AT ATLANTIC GASOLINE ONE OF THE BEST BRANDED GASOLINES ON THE MARKET IMPERIAL ONE OF THE BEST BRANDED HI-TEST GASOLINES ON THE MARKET GOODYEAR TIRES DELCO BATTERIES Home ot fietter Value :Choose "His" Gift From Choose "Her" Gift From i : ' o Men's Jewelry - $1.00 o $3.50 Ladies Jewelry - - 59c t $2.00 Neckties - $1.00 to $1.50 Ladies Gloves - $1.00 to $3.00 Sport Shirts $1.29 to $3.99 Ladies Belts . $1.00 to $2.00 Banlon Knit Sport Shirts - - $4.99 Ladies Hase $59c to $1.50 Short Sleeve Dress Shirts $1.99 to 2.99 Regular Dress Shirts - $2.99 Ladies Handbags $1.99 to $7.99 Wash and Wear Pants - izes)$5.99 to $9.99 Ladies Linen Sets $1.99 to $4.99 . (Also Extra S Ladies Scarfs - - - 59c Shrts and Shorts - - - 69c to $1.00 Ladies Billfolds 99e to $2.99 T-Shirts ...... 79e to $1.00 Ladies Blouses 99c to $5.99 Summer Jackets - - $3.99 to $8.9a , Ladies Janmiais 99c to $4.99 [ Ladies Skirts - $1.99 to $8.99 NOYMER BILLFOLD $1.99 to $5.00 KEY CASES - $1.00 to $1.99 LEATHER DESK SET - $5.00 Wide Selection of Belts Regular and Summer Pajamas Luggage - - (Plus Tax) Bermuda Shorts - - Swim Trunks All Weather Coats - Plaid Summer Sport Coats - Casual Shoes - $1.00 to $2.50 - $2.99 $12.99 to $25.95 $2.99 $3.99 $1.99 to $3.99 - $10.99 $19.99 $3.99 to $10.99 (All Styles and Colors] Knit Sport Shirts - $2.99 to $4.99 (Including Boat Necks) Summer Suits - - $16.99 to $39.99 --Hall Mark Cards-- --Leggett's Also Have Gift Certificates-- COSMETICS by Revelon, Yardley, Shulton, Tussy, Dorothy Perkins, Max Factor - $1.00 to $5.00 Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies All Weather Suits Dresses - Shoes ' Shorts Swim Wear Luggage Panties Slips Gowns Foundations Coat (Plus tax) $8.99 $14.99 $10.99 to $19.99 $3.99 to $19.99 $3.99 to $9.99 99c to $2.99 $5.99 to $19.99 $12.99 to $24.95 - 39e to 99c $1.99 to $3.99 $5.99 to $9.99 $2.50 to $9.99 STORE HOURS: .... 9 Friday -- 9 to 6 Saturday | CASH CHARGE LAY-A.WAY CHARLES STORE: TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER FREE Parking in Rear For Customers.