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May 25, 1961

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WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. Thursday, May 25, 1961 GRADUATES OF '61 This is graduation time and we take the occasion to salute and congratulate the many students who will be leaving our four county high schools and Shepherd College. We who have passed this milestone owe a degree of tolerance to them just as the same was shown to us when we left the sheltered aca- demic life for the more difficult postgraduate days when ex- perience was forced to take over the role of the class room teacher. We made mistakes. They will make mistakes. But if their schooling has been proper they will have been instilleu with the knowledge that to err is human. The 1961 graduate emerges into a world that is vastly dif- ferent in many respects from the world graduates of other years have faced. Within the past few weeks men have net- ured into the vast world of outer spaco, and these events can- not help but change the complexion of our world. But at the same time we would caution them against believing this is the only area that holds promise of adventure. Many problems that confronted us before man climbed into space are still with us, and they, to 'us, offer a greater and more worthy challenge than flights to the moon. Man still, after five thous and years, still lives in fear of his fellow man. No doctor has yet been able to find an effective cure for cancer. Nothwith- standing the fact that the earth is perfectly capable of pro- ducing enough for all its people to eat, no one has yet found a satisfactory method of finding how to distribute it. If through their schooling the graduates of '61 can contribute an ounce of effort towards the solution of these problems their education will not have been wasted. "America Is A Better America-Thanks To Advertising" till IIIIIHIIII II I I I I II I III II III i Ip Moving to Washington, DI C., I w 11 the Fol- lowing Personal Property located 7 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., at Middleway, W. Va., on SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. (D. S.T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Norge 20-ft. Deep Freeze, Norge Electric Stove, Norge Refrigerator, Kenmore Washing Machine, Din- ette Set, 3 Piece Living Room Suite, Perfection Oil Burner, Two 3-Piece Bed Room Suites, 2 End Tables, 2 Motorola Televisions, Typewriter Stand, 2 Coffee Tables, Table Stand, What-Not Stand, Rocker, Floor Lamp, 3 Lamps, Day Bed, Stuffed Chair, 2 Lawn Chairs, Glider, Power Lawn Mower, Roto Tiller with Attachments, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. G. B. RUSSELL H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. May 25 - 2L ...... Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reselwe System Phone 587 Ranson, W. Va. IN LOVING MEMORY 1 SUMMIT POINT NEWS Vacation Bible School The annual Vacation Bible School sponsored by the Metho- dist and Episcopal Churches will begin on Monday morning, June 5 and will convene at the Metho- dist Church. Classes will be held .... each morning for two weeks from 9:00 until 1:15 o'clock Daylight Saving Time. The school will be under the direction of Mrs. Rob- ert Light of the Methodist Church and Mrs. Phillip Creamer of the Episcopal Church and will be :nade up of classes for the various a~e groups. All children in the ,Jrea from four years old and up are cordially invited to attend and ransportation will be provided ,vhere necessary. of our dear Son a,nd Brother Wil P' T. A. Meeting liam E. 'Peco" Smallwood who The Summit Point Parent-Tea- drowned June 1st, 1957 on the chers Association met at the Eastern Shore of Maryla~ad. school on Monday evening of last ,In his innocence and .beauty week with about forty members With b_is soul as pure as snow and guests in attendance. During ,He is nestled on the bosom Of the God,we ~lov~ and know. the business session, conducted Beside his grave .we of.ten stand by the president, Mr. Robert Good With hearts both crushed and sore ell, several items of business were Yet through the gloom the sweet discussed and the group voted to words come. buy a folding cot for use in ev- "Not lost ,but gone ,before" ent of illness during school Safe .in the arms of Jesus. hours. Committee reports were Safe on his great breast. So please God ~ake ~his message above To our Darli,ug 'Peco" and ",Little JOo". Your loving grandpap Mother and Dad ~3rothers .and Sisters May 25-1t- CARD OF THANKS 'I wish to e~press my appreciation to those who were so ki,nd o vae while conv~lesclng. To all 'who vlsi ted ,me also for ~he, beau, tiful cards, flowers and li.~tle gilts. For ~good- los ~ food and phone calls. Espec- ially wa~nt ,to thank l~ev. C~rlyle McDonald ~or all his visits and prayers. For all others who remora ,bored .me in .prayers. ,May God Bless you, ALL. MI~S. FI~2d~CI~ T. W~rllITI~NGTON. M~y 2G-it-pal. Moscow profoundly moved by space flight. Berle sees economic crisis in tat in America. Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P. M. sUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 V. M.i Children 25c - Adults 50c heard including a report on the shrubbery which has been plant- ed on either side of the front en- trance and arrangements were made for a fence to be erecte~ for their protection. A letter of appreciation was read thanking the organization for the scholar- ship which was presented at the recent awards day program at the Charles Town Senior High School. this scholarship is presented an- nually to a deserving graduate who entered High School from the Summit Point school. It was awarded this year to Miss Mary Cheshire who plans to enter AI- derson-Broaddus College in Phil- lippi, W. Va. to continue her stud ies. It was announced also that Ann Wynn Childs was the local winner in an essay contest spon- sored by the South Jefferson Rur Ran Club. Following the business meeting a most enjoyable musical pro- gram was presented by the Valley Chanters under the direction of CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our hea~Helt ~ppreciation to ,all our friends, nei gnbors and .all o~hers w~ho ~e:re so ~ind ,and thoughl)ful d,~ri,ng our be veavemen, t .in the .loss of our love one, Leonard McDonoug.h. Wife a~d Daughter Father and @~nily IV~ay 25-1t-pd. CARD OF THANKS We wish to l~hank .all of our nei- 2hbors, trierzds and ev~ryone who ~as so ki,nd and thoughtful ,to us _furl,rig Vhe ~llness and de~th of our .rather, ~ E. ~IIKdi~. Phe Children. M~y 25-1t-pd. NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June, 1961 at. the ~ounty Courthouse of Jefferson ~ounty, West Virginia at 9:30 )'clock A. M., Elizabeth Ann Potts .rod Robert W. Potts will apply by petitiion to the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virgin- ia, to have the name of Leonard Brian Fritts, the child of said Eli zabeth Ann Potts changed to Leonard Brian Potts. Any person who is likely to be injured by the change of said name or who knows of any reason why the name of said Leonard Brian Fritts should not be chan- ged, may appear at said time and place and be heard in opposition to such change. Dated this 18th day of May, 1961. Elizabeth Ann Potts Robert W. Potts May 25-2t- Sunday Services For Assembl 60d Church Wednesday and Thursday May 24 and 25 [HLPEODUCTION"/u M~ M~ P~tu~. Friday and Saturday May 26 and 27 The Rev. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ- ced the following schedule of "Only when you are with me meetings for Sunday and suhse- . . can you feel alive!" quent week nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. morning worship service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Ev- Sunday - Monday'- Tuesday angelistic services at 7:30 p. m. May 28, 29 and 30 Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors meet at 7:30,p m. Thursday Bible f" ............. "~ ~ I Study at 7:30 p. m. [ , [ Vacation Bible School I Set For Baptist Church I The 1961 Vacation Bible School A GIRL - A STORY A of the Charles Town Baptist Chur PICTURE to enjoy with allch will be conducted for two i yoUr heart! weeks with the following sched- ule. Preparation (or enrollment) Starring Jane Wyman, Rich- Day wilI be held Friday, June 2 ard Egan, Karl Malden, Nancy Olson, Hawley Mills Wednesday and Thursda May 31 and June 1 ST~.IEY KRAMER pceeen~ ttelm~j ~ mt~ TRACY MARCH KELLY Mr. Floyd Haines of Front Roy- al, Va. In addition to a program consisting of several selections each of both religious and secular numbers, Mr. Haines led the en- tire group in singing many of the old familiar favorites. At the con- clusion of the program, delicious refreshments were served by the committee in the school lunch room. YN/1 and Mrs. James Glassford of Arlington, Va. were visitors over the weekend at the home of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glassford. On Sunday after- noon Mrs. Glassford and her three grandchildren Jimmy, Genia and Tony were guests at a party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Glassford in Shenandoah Jun ction in honor of the fifth birth- day of their daughter Patti Jean and the seventh birthday of their son Bobby. About twenty four youngsters were present for the celebratiKA teT0W w. s. c. s. Meet" une 7 On WedneSday night June 7 the local W. S. C. S. will meet at the home of Mrs. M. L. Adams Sr. of Rippon. Mesdames Charles Hough and Garland Heflebower---local 4-H Leaders and the Live Wire 4-H Club; namely Barbara and Eddie Hough, Ellen Cloud, Patricia Hef- lebower and Marie Penwell at- tended Health Day Saturday at the Community Center, Bardane. The children were very enthusias tic about.the improvement made l to the building. The following attended the Mount William-Capon Bridge Rodeo on Sunday afternoon; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bush, daughter Sue Ellen, sons Bob and Sonny, Misses Mary Mercer and Cecilia Pipes and George David Boyer, and Rusty Tone ridden by Sonny Bush won three blue ribbons, rfd- den by Bob Bush won a white i ribbon; Ginger ridden by Bob won yellow and white ribbons, ridden by Sue Ellen won a blue and a white. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. David Gaynor were his bl'other-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan and family of Gerradstown. Daniel Gaynor is employed by the Sealtest Dairy as a truck driver delivering dairy products in the Leesburg area. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and three children visited on Sunday with her brother-in-law and sis- ter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carter of Martinsburg. "Mrs. Grady Owens of Summit Point, formerly of this village sub mitred to a major surgery in the from 9:00 A. M. to 11:00 a. m. The regular Bible School begins Mon- day, June 5 and closes Friday, June 16. The school will operate each day, Monday through Friday from 9:00 A. M. to 12 noon. The Vacation Bible School pro gram is sponsored by the Sunday School of the church, and will pro vide for five departments, as fol- lows-Nursery, Age 3; Beginner, age 4, 5; Primary, age 6, 7, 8; Jun ior, age 9 through 12; Intermed- iate, age 13 through 16. A com- mencement program will be held on Friday, 3'une 16 at 7:30 P. M. which will clo~c the Bible ~chool activRiea Winchester Memorial Hospital on SPIRIT OF Thursday, May 18. She is convel- 4--A esing satisfactorily and expects to return home May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart John- son and daughters Chert and Jac- que of Front Royal, Va. were the dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. During the afternoon the follow- mg were callers, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Johnson of Suffolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Kable Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Frye, Charles Town, Mrs. Thomas Mercer, Hom- er Kees, Tom Wolfard and Paul Franks of Gerradstown. Mr. Clarence Smallwood attend- ed the funeral of his aunt, the late Mrs. Florence Pope held on Monday in the Smith and Strider Memorial Funeral Home, Charles Town. Our sympathy is extended to the members of the late family of Mrs. Gertie Boyd who died early Monday morning 'in the Knott NOTICE OF PUBLICATION UPON WITHDRAWAL NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THE SOUTHERN PLATE GLASS CO., a corporation licen- sed to do business in West Virgin ia, hereby gives notice that it in- tends to withdraw from the State of West Virginia. Mark A. Aronoff Secretary May 4-4T- I II II THE BEST PRINTING CALCULATORS. AN ADDING MACHINE WITH 999,999,999.99" CAPACITY FOR ONLY $I15.00 CAPERTON BROTHERS Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, MAY Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Penwell of Back Creek visited on Sunday afternoon with his brother, Mr. Thomas Penwell and family. Mr. Henry Clipp and his two Sharperettes, Roxanna and Dar- lene, spent Sunday afternoon at the Miller Watermelon Park near Berryville. $ $ SAVE SEWING REPAIR and Low EVERHART'S ~May 25 3t. OO0 on famous PITTSBURGH Finest HOUSE FOR LIMITED TIME /// ~..oi,ob~.. Wh... ~..,u~. PER G mildew- and fume-resistant White, amd fourteen ready-mixed body colors.) , You need only one coat for most repaint when you use famous Pittsburgh SUN-PROOF House No primer is required. And you can paint right chalky surfaces. SUN-PROOF also gives you the protection of fume-resistant pigments and spe VITOLIZED OIL@. NICELY SUPPLY CO., INC. 114 SOUTH GEORGE STREET PHONE 47 CHARLES TOWN, W. Put your money where it will do the most good.., in a new spending money on your car's old age. now for a '61 Ford. Sales are up and your Ford Dealer is in a position to pay top dollar for your trade-in ... which should cover the down payment. Before you buy a '61 car, be sure it is a '61! 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