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I)ixie.Harco Blood-Donors tt Halltown Paperboard For ycee , Then mor Them At Dinner A friendly rivarly which de- ~)eloped recently between the ixie-Narco Company plan! in Ranson, and the tlalltown t aper- hoard Company, with respect to Participalion in the Red Cross l~loodmobile program by employ- ees of both industries Tuesday evening, May 5, in 1he form of a dinner. The Dixie-Narco Company Which won the Jaycee ln(lustrial award offerer recently by the Jefferson Counly Cham~Jer of Commerce to the induslry pro- riding the largesl number of don- ors at a visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile, played host for the dinner which was held at tIilltop th)use, tIarpers Ferry. Some 65 persons, including of- ficials and blood donors of the two industries, enjoyed the din- ner and the fclh)wship which fol- lowed. The dinner was the culmination of a challenge between the two industries (luring the last visit . pecial at ?he dinner. Mrs. IIelen Cameron presided for the dinner program, and ex- tended the welcome and intro- iduced the guests. Mr. Roy Steeley, vice-president and general manager of the Dix- ie-Narco plant was the speaker. Mr Steeley's remarks emphasized the good-will created among the two industries locally and praised the blood donors from the two industries for their interest and contributions to Ibe program. Ron Evans expressed appreci- ation to Mr. Steeley and Dixie- Narco for their fine sportsman- ship and for inviting the Hall- i town employees to this fine even- ing of fellowship. Ite also prom- ised there would be another year of lhe Red Cross Bloottmobile and Halltownl would be the vict- unit to Charles Town. t or.~. Ibm Evans,. an official of the Ramey's remarks concerned the Ilalltown Paperboard plant and importance of the blood program Roger Ramey, chairman of the I to the people of Jefferson County Red Cross blood program, were and the important role which in- dustry and it's employees play in AWARD WINNING Due to the death of my wife, I will sell at public sale the following household goods, located at 110 South Lawrence St., Charles Town, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1966 Sale Starting at 11 O'Clock, D. S. T. 3 piece Overstuffed living room suite; 3 piece Bedroom suite, like new; Westinghouse television, like new; Philco electric stove with 4 units, New washing machine; Antenna; Large Frigidaire; 3 Linoleum rugs; Table and floor lights; Electric clock; Kitchen table and 4 chairs; Kitchen safe and cabinet; Kitchen utensils, Pots, Pans; Eureka electric vacuum cleaner; Nelw; Cot; Mattress; 4 Chah.s; High chair; Xmas tree and lot of other Xmas stuff; Large electric window fan; 6 Blinds and curtains; 6 Puzzles; 5 Auto tires; 3 Trash cans; Lot of records. These articles are like new and worthy of good buyers. TERMS--CASH: On Day Of Sale. Nothing To Be Removed Until Settled For. WILLIAM T. DILLOW PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer C. W. MOORE, Clerk May 19-2t. T! polin's New Latex Painting *|ncludes purchase pr|e of pa;nt plus liberal allowance of $12.00 per gallon toward labor, prorated, on any wood house. the success of the program. He said of the total number of pints of blood collected this year, 39- percent of it has come from three industrial organizations in the county. Dixie-Narco and Halltown employees and officials have con- tributed 22-percent of this a- mount, Ramey declared, tie also thanked those present for their efforts on the part of the blood program and invited them to come back again with more blood when the June 16 visit of the unit is staged. :nu$18g g 2 J Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Patient in Hospital Mrs. Lee Covert is a patient in Charles Town General Hospital where she was taken on Wednes- day for treatment. Mr. W. T. "Mike" Allen was seized with a very severe heart attack on Friday while at the doc- tor's office aand was immediately taken ~o Winchester Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Cain, of Middleway, on Tuesday. Mrs. Cain recently re- turned to her home from Charles Town General Hospital after be- ing a surgical patient there. Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Chuckle and Martha, spent Tuesday in Seven Corners shopping. Announces Birth of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter in the Charles Town General Hospital on Saturday, May 14. The new arrival,, their third child, is the first daughter. She weighed elev- en and a hal/ogmces at birth and' has been named Christian Marie." They have two sons, Johnny and Bobby. Mrs. Housden is the for- mer Bessie Breeden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Boltz of Martinsburg were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Chuckle and Martha, were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and family of Frederick, Md. Mrs. Graham Royston of Mill- wood and Mrs. Homer Wood were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and three daughters, Teresa, Kathy and Sheila, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lloyd and son, Ricky, Mr. Jimmy Harrell of Charles Town, Mrs. Hunter Lloyd of Middleway were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Mrs. George Breeden and Mrs. IIOUSE pal II WHITE AND READY-MIXED COLORS Reg. List $7.95 Limited Time Only GAL. Sapolin Latex House Paint dries in hour- bug-free and dust free Applies fast and easy--covers solidly No smelly thinners--soap and water clean.up Resists blistering and peeling-- paint even in damp weather. Retains its color--resists chalking Sapolin's system stops "Cedar Bleed" and wood sap stains MAK - SURE of a full month's profit each and every month! Save by the lOth; earn from the ist. Current Rate Per Annum SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. NORTH MILDRED STREET --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Telephone 725-2069 Dial RE 9-1001 P, urlto Riekard and two children, David and Joyce, were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breedon. Mrs. Bessie Lloyd llonored on 82nd Birthday Mrs. Bessie Lloyd was honored on her 82nd birthday Sunday, May 15, when a family get-togeth- er was held at her home and the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lloyd. Among those present were Mrs. Mary Burner and daughter, Mrs. i Jeanne Seal and daughter Brenda of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Conard Burner and two children of Martinsburg, Mr. Willard Lloyd of Charles Town, Mrs. Earl Johnson and son Jeff of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd. Johnnie and Bobble ttousden were weekend guests at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus St., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whit- =tington and sons Jonathan and Dennis and Roger Lee Nicodemus were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nico- demus. Mrs. Max Christian of Atlantic City, N. J., accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Robert Randolph mith are ending a week's yd. cation in Kimballton, Va., with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers. Miss Lillian Myers Friends of Mrs. Emma Cook were sorry to learn of her death which occurred at her home here Tuesday morning. The Jefferson ttome Demon- stration Club met at the home of Mrs. W. B. Hammond, Kearneys- ville, for the May meeting with :Mrs. Brown Rissler, Charles Town as co-hostess. Mrs Mary Grayson had the de- votions. The lesson, "American Artists," was presented by Miss Anna McGarry. Miss McGarry first told about artists who had worked in Jefferson County, and paintings owned by local resi- dents, then gave brief sketches of famous American artists--Peale Stuart, Copley and others. Slides showing pictures of Am- erican arti , were howm After a brief business meeting delicious refreshments were served and club members enjoyed a pleasant social hour. Miss Mary Jane Graves, of Bur- lington, spent the weekend with her ,rant, Miss Pat Graves. Mr. Earle Crowell was a patient in the Charles Town tiospital last week tits friends wish for him a complete recoveD'. Mrs. Phyllis Webb recently spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. William Wishain in Philadel- phia, Pa. The Rev. Mr. David Camden is holding evangelistic services in Hopewell, Va. Mr. ttarold Wintermoyer, of California, was called here last week by the sudden death of his mother, Mrs. Emma Cook. Mr. James Graves, of Perry Point, Md., is visiting his children and sister, Miss Pat Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb and little daughter, Washington, spent the weekend with her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elvey Eversole. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEF ER ON FARMT ' ADVOCA THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 B.--3 WINCHESTER, VA. $, t IN DELl ! l BLUE you heard? is now m Just untwist the stay-fresh bag and you'll find the finest bread baked. Golden crusted, snowy white slices. Enriched with extra vitamins and minerals. Slices that slide out like a breeze because there's no band inside to get in your way. It' America's favor- ite bread. Look for Miss Sunbeam on your grocer's shelf. She brings you new convenience and new freshness. Take her home with you. Okay? 8 ~' 'Copyright, Quality Bakers of AmCrlCo Coopereti~. |~., tg~d~'" Q IIIIII I li Ill I I