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FAMILY HONORS MOTHER 1" DINNER ON MOTHER'S DAY Thomson Suit Against Uoyd Is Dismissed Early last week the court dismissed a sui~t brought by Ghar- .lote Thompson a~ainst Willard Lloyd al~ter it developed that the plaintiff, Charlotte Thompson, was n~t a resident of Jefferson County at the time Vhe action was begun. The pl~in,Uff charged ~he defendant with being the father of her child; but the defe~ndant maintained she could not bring :the suit unless she resided ,in this State, and that, ~he st, stunt so pro vided. The plaintiff stud ~he was residing in Virginia w~hen the Child was born and still resides there. On the chancery Mde of the doc ,JOhn Maga~ha was pleasant Iron were presen,t for a delicious OH SJhow he'ld in Tulsa, Okla- ket, two divorces were gra,nted in ,on Mot)her's Day when I:ham dinner given by her s~n-in- ~homa, t~he "O~1 Capi~tal of the pending suits last week. V all0t t honored her at a 1,arllaw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. world." A~ter the dinner Mrs. Ma Pauline Welch was awarded a di- .nner a~t her home and IEarl F~dller of Singapore. vcho ]gaha received and opened a large vorce from George Henry Welch; ]nt~m, ber of useful gists and it was and Margaret Massie was awa,rd attended by 46 c%ild- I o~me back to the United S*twtes ~ a most enjoya~ble occasion for the ed a divorce from B. L. Massie. dren and in-laws. ]temporarily so Mr. Fuller could [entire group which is shown (a- On Monday of th~s week a divorce Magaha's 13 child-la, Dtend t~he World International I'bove) ~vt ~heir mother's home. was g~anted to Karlin Bradley ...... from lxCax Bradley. Girl Working For ueen ~,.~ Robert Nice~arner, W. & Court will hold i,ts next regular I R. Sales C'on~pany, Doris Slaugh-. session here in September. ter and B~tricia Coulter. --------~- ;tants; .red ,own .rs. Grain o=an Feed, isner' J ,n OharlesR,ams. Lions, Wives Dine At burg, Nancy Ermi's. ers of the C~arles Town e l~he R, ainbow Girls are to the Queen of contest being Town and Ran to help sell votes Per vote on Vhe various it was announ'ced by Mrs. O. S. Bloom, of the cone~est plans. o.f 12 young married Jefferson County'~ have in Vhe contest being by ,tlhe Jefferson County Jas ,a ,fund ,rais ~ner of t~e contest will June 5 at 8:30 p. m. a:t be held in the Oh,arles Fire Hall. A silver- )resented to her, the on display in Shu window. in ~he eo,ntest, t)heir Shumaker, Mary Hood Mays and Barl~ara Couliter. Mrs. Roger l%amey, sponsored by Potomac Light & Power Com- pany, Natal,it Warden and Page Shoemaker. Mrs. Leonard Whi,tmore, Shen- andoah Downs entry-Sandra En- nois and Alice Edwards. Mrs. Wil,lard Martin, t~anson Real Esta,te Insurance, Jane Mu~l- len, Ann League. Mrs. Herbert Olson, Valley Boa~xl Corporation, Ga~,l Fi,tzpa~t- rick, Betty Brown. Mrs. Charles H. S~rider, Jr., Powha~tan Brass & Iron Works, Donna Tiernan, Judy Snyder. Mrs. DonMd Engle, Peoples Sup ply, Betsy Cole and Virginia Sny- def. Mrs. Donald Fuss, l~]ss & De- Haven, Shepherdstown, Carolyn Le~ma'n, Linda Poole a,nd Mary Cheshire. IMrs. John BasCh, Ranson Frui, t Company, Delores Steeley, Theda ~r~d the R~inbow Girls Ior them are as follows: ,Mrs. John Bartlegt, E. E. Fair- child Company, Carol Merchant, Margaret Saville. Named Star Farmer Page Jackson FFA Tucker. Ea.ckles Fun- Shenandoah ,Downs Tues. Local Lions and Lionesses din- ed wt ~he Shenandoah Downs Tuesday evening, IlVIay 19. The club house managemeng served a boun~tifu,1 d~nner (x-~ ,the S~ar-Li,te Terrace. The weather was fine ,and ~he Lions enjoyed wa~tching the races under ligl~ts. Everyone had a de- lightful evening and ~anked Shenandoah Downs for i,nv~,ting ~hem. The Lions were the first civic organiza~tion to ~ccept the invi,ta~tions. I,t is understood that more civic clubs are planning ,to wttend. The Lions will sponsor a Record Hop for the benefit of the Jeffer- son Memorial Park o,n ~/Vlay 30~h. The Hop will be held a~t Vhe Jr. High School .and Alan Drake, Disc Jockey from Baltimore wi:l~l be here. A number of dfmr prizes and dance awards will be awarded. l~ybert A. teariest, general man- ,ager of Shenandoah Downs, said ,~h,a~t the cooperation of Sportser- vice has made iec possible for civic H,arpers Ferry, Janet Wintermoyer. ..... clubs ,a:ad or:her or~anizabions- ~,~ }~ : bOth male and female-to use t~he facilities of the Starlight Terrace Ion Mondays, Tuesdays and T]mrs , ~ . days of each week for regular or $189 $149 '-T .v ,.,,..,~ spegial~ dinner meebtings. - (with old Stove) - "~',~ M ~ L Bro,wn~ club house ad~iismg~.are offered il}l~m B~ by $henandoa.h DoWn~\. ':7,, ~'" , , The eighit ~ace Tues.d~t~ :evening doa, h Jun action ,and a w~ic~ featured the Lions ; Club (lamp assembly at small extra charge) : : ~: Page J~ackson Hig~h Sdhool, has 1~arse was w(~n by "Gmlty Ver- been named as the S~mr Farmer di'Ct" owned by Lay Hempt and for 1959 a,t P~ge Jackson H.ig~. Don Hench of Harrisburg, Pa. Young Brown won ~he ,top farm- Hurry! For a limited time, here's your range buy of a lifetime! Now Tappan gives you this rare oppor- tunity to make big savlngs on a top-quality range, full of Tappan good cooking features. $ !" i Flexo-speed Oven Cleans easily Porcelain lifetime finish throughout ing xt the scthool on the outstanding vo-ag projects which he carried out on ~is .fal~her's farm last year. He corr~pleted calf ~hicke~ ~,nd.. ~g::. r~siri,g projects along wi,th 'some excel~onalty fine gardening crops ,to win t~he award. Brown has been an active member of 0he Page J,acksoca I-I~.g.h New Mrs. Caleb Burns Is New President Lawson Botts Chapter, UDC Farmers of America for the ,past Election of a sl,a%e of officers for three years of which Q. D. Flem- ,the next two weeks was one of the ing is_~acul~ty advisor, features of Vhe ZV}~ay meeUng of Administrator Tells Lawson Boq;ts Chapter, Un,i~ed Daughters o the Confederacy held Tuesday wfternoon, May :12 v0t t~e ho~ne of Mrs. Charles Fulk and at whi0h M~s. Charles Se- chris~ assisted the hostess. (Mrs. Cale~ Bunus ~as named as t~e new presiden,t of the Chapter, width Mrs. Harry Puster as firs~ Kiwanians Of Work Being Done At Hospital vi'ce-presiden; Mrs. Frank Card- The Charles To~vn Kiw,anis nor, second vice-presiden~t; Mrs. Club held its regular meeti,ng in JOhn Cross, t)hird vice-presiden,; Ohe Thomas Jefferson Hotel Thurs ,Mrs. A. E. Beeg, secr~ary: Mrs. day, May 14 with a good a~btendan Lacey Bailey, wo~,res~aonding sec- co. Lee Bushong presented Mr. rotary; Mrs. Baxson Whi*more, Preston Smith as his guest. Tom- *treasurer; Mrs. Ch.aNes Langdon, my Steptoe announced tha,t the custodian of crosses. Blood Mobile will be in the Pari'gh Re~ir~ng president, Mrs. Cecel House June 30. Leesburg Kiwanis ,is League a~nnounced that a dis- Club has ,invi~ted the club to their ,tniot meeting and luncheon wi.ll be Ladies night in Leesburg, May 26. ,held a~t Ferry Hill faro a)t Shop- This being N,a~o.nal Hospital herds*o~vn June 3 beginn,ing at Week, Mr. Wi~Rarn Perk~.ns, Ad- 12:30. Tickets are 75 cen*s and ministrator for the Charles To~n any members vCho plan to at- General Hospital spoke on the ,tend are asked to nOt,ify Mrs. work being done a,t the institution League by May 30 so t~l~t re~erva,t He said the present hospi*al open ,ions can be made. ed abou, t ten years ago and since A discussio,n was held on ways ~Ohat time 15,754 patients have and means for meebin,g all assess- been trexted ~here and tha* over men,ts the members and 3,000 babies had been bor,u in the .chapter must pay each year and it hospital. 'was decided dues must be raised ,Mr. Perk, ins said the hospi,tal nex~ year ~o $3 instead of $2.50. has 42 beds and is as well equip- ~Mrs. Lacey Bai,ley reported she pod and stuffed as most any hos- ,had collec~ed $25 wt $1 per mem- pi,ta2 of i,ts size in the .cout~try. He bet from ~e membership to meet swid tha~t formerly the hospital ghe long overdue sufn the Ch'aoter 'had experienced trouble colleoVi~g s~ll owes toward ghe expense of unpaid ac0unts and t'his pug t~he .having a bust of "Stonewall J,ack- Swlng-out Broiler with clean-qulck broiler grill organiza%~on under a financial son" placed in the rotunda of the s~i.n. Due to a change of policy sta'te oapi~t~l in Chariest, on. ~he Burners guaranteed for life ~he hospi,tal is nmv able to meet bust was to have be~u placed ~VI,ay i~iil its current expenses and the finan 10 but had to be postponed until ,cial pi,otm~ is much brighter, latter because funds to defeay the Famous, dependable Tappan ~=,,~""''~"""~ The speaker complimer~ted t~e eo~ of i~he bus~ have been slow I~ ~~~ Club as being the original spon-coming in it was Stated. sor of the hospital and said it !Miss Baylor discussed the desir ~t~lr ~)~/ ~00/( O~lr ~O~P~// Stood as a monulment to :this Ki- :abil~ity of con,t~inuing Che Conked- wan,is Club and to the many other crate Memorial Sem~ice at Edge- public spirited ci,bi~e,us of t;he cam ~rill CemOtery. I w~s decided to muni~ty w~ho had caused this in- carry 'on witch ~he services t~his sti~tu~ion to come into being, yeaT aga,in and on the basis of ,the response ,t~s year would then li4 NORTH CHARLES STREET Politicians, like show 0eople, decide whether to co~i,nue them give the public some truth and ~n fu, t~re years. The repo, rt of the committee IE 226 CHARLEY TOWN, W. VA. some hokrum, n~med to present the slwte of new m Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low ,ental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. ) Rent Avplies to I urcbase. We Deliver and Block to your lota tion. officers was read by ~VIrs. Jolan Cl~)SS, chairman. Announcement was made thait ~e June meeting of the Oh apter ~i'l] be held a~t the home of Mrs. C. D. Boyer a,t which Ume the newly elected officers w,i~,l be in- stalled. Twenty two members attended Tuesday's meet'i,ng and enjoyed a program of Sou,thorn songs by Mrs. J~hn Porter Burns. She was accompanied at the piano lay Mrs. Owen Conklyn. ~llowing the meeting and pro gram the hostess served 'a very ~ttracive refres~hmen~t counse from a beautifully appointed table lind with a }ace cloth and centered .wfbi~ a 1.argo bowl of Spring flow- ers. Mrs. La~ngdon presided at the puncth bow,~ while t)he ~ostess ser- ved sliced angel food cake witch 'a cream sauce bopping. Mints and nuts were also serv~i. B,~:_:_:_AD THE ~P1/~IT-AI~C~C~TE SA RAILER Route 15, 1-Mile outh of Frederick, M0o Open Daily to 8:00 Pc M. Including Sunday Named Foreman For PE Service Department PAIGE W. JENKINS Pa,ige W. Jenkins, formerly of Winchester, has been named fore man of the Potomac Light and Power Company's service depart- monet at C~arles Town, according to an announcemen,t by J. Marvin Hawk, l~owe~ company district manager. Jenkins will take over t~e dut- ies of veteran service foreman,: Ezra Campbell, Who is recuperwt- ing from a prolonged illness, but pl~ans to retire, a~f,ter 40 years of service Potomac Lig~ and Power. Jenkins was f, irs employed at Wi,u0hes~er in 1954, following fourI years in t~e U. S. Navy, vChere he served as a cla~ "A" electrici,an's mate, gaining vwluable experience, in the line of work he has fol~low- ed in the u~ili~y company's ser- vice department. In has new position, he will be responsi~b~e for the supervision of ,the service depar, bmen)t &u the Charles Town area. Jenkins, his wife ,Fleta and Children Debbie and Rickie have moved from WinChester and are residing ut Fii~th Avenue in I~an- son. Polite lies often begirt with "1 have nothing to wear." PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children - Adults 50c Wednesday and Thursday May 27 and 28 "2" BIG HITS! I~"--IN6[MA~(::O~E RICHARD TODD ~v- . ..... BETSY DRAKE ..... II PLUS-- IHE MOST FAMOUS SINNER OF THEM ALL! Friday - Saturday - Sunday and Monday May 29 - 30 - 31 - June 1 ! TECHNICOLOR~ TECBNIRAMA" k DI~ Dt LALJRE~ITU$ i%RO(~TtO'A ~.~ vMe 8LVANA v?vE~ ~0~ HEFLIN.MANBANO.UNDFORS'HORNE Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Tuesday and Wednesday June 2 and 3 Earth - Shaking AFRICA ADVENTURE: starring ERROL FLYNN Thursday and Friday June 4 and 5 DOUBLE SCIENCE- FICTION SHOW ! BEAST OF THE SEVEN PLUS-- Sparkfs Will Have Dance At Fire Hall Mem~bers of the ~%parky Fire De pa~men~t of the C~arles Town Ci~; ize~n's Fire Company w~ll stage a SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1959 5---I] Sparky d~rtce a~, ~e fire hall, Sat 114. The price of admission w~ll be urday night, June 6 from 8 until 135 and 50 cents. Pare~nts are invi- 10 p. m. i~ was announced Wed-ld and urged to attend. Music nesd~y. 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