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1000x20 12 ply truck tire 108.00 plus tax ' '" ] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAaMEaS LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND [ 2---A THURSDAY JUNE SUI MIT )01 i Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 I They were; President, Mr. B W and son of Charles To~ ,.,man Vice,res, ent n By I Four births---two girls and two man Willingham, Secretary, Mr. 1~'~" ""'~? L'~'~" ~ --e | II [boys occurred at the Charles Ralph Johnson, Treasurer, Mr. i .1~..r" ann ~rs. ~eor~ Vacation Bible School Church Middleway, at the regular ~ ] Town General Hospital during the Lester Willingham, Reporter, Mr I oz nanaa.usmwn, ~ar, -f ~ . " nay evening visitors o The annual Vacation Bible monthly meeting held at their ~ I permd of May 27-31. Lester Wllhngham, Committee[ ........ School sponsored by the Method- home on Wednesday afternoon ~ I A daughter, Dorothy Bonnie, Chairmen, Devotions, Rev. Mc-I lvirs, fiatpn Jonnson. ist and Episcopal Churches will of last week. At the concmsion I was born May 27 to Mr. and Mrs Clay, Publicity, Mr. Paul Jack-Iann Mrs. ula ttanal Melvin B. Grim, of Charles Town son Project, Mr. Willard Willing I Mr. and Mrs. Doug MLa 5th,pen andn MondaYwill continuemrning'forJUnethe hourf thewasmeetingenjoyeda pleasantduring whichScial i I and on the same day a son, Kevin ham, Program, Mr. Gerald Haines [ daughter Cynthia of Mar next two weeks It was printedthe hostesses served delicious re- a l Carlson, was born to Mr. and and Attendance, Mr. Willard Whir laPent Thursday evenin~ b v mistake in last week's news freshments to the twelve mum- ]Mrs" Charles L. Jackson, Harpers tington. ] latters parems Mr. ann tl~at the sessions would begin at bers who were present, i /~erry. Officers of the ,W. S. C. S. of lRanalli" . . 9:00 o clock each morning and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and her' ~ / Monday, May 29, a son, Steven the Millville Methodist that were] Mrs. Betty Gray ant would last until 1:15 the closing son John and Mrs. Elwood Ches-I McQueen, was born to Mr. and installed for the year on Sunday iman recently spent the hour should have read 11:15 DST. hire and daughter Patricia via- [Mrs. Robert F Long. of Charles May 28 were President, Mrs Will-iwith Mr. and Mrs..C~11 All children in the area from ited on Thursday in Front Royal, " [Town. " - ard Willingham, Vice-president, Iand family in Stepnen_; four years of age up are invited Va. On Saturday Mrs. Kincheloe Wednesda . Ma 31 a a~,,htov Mrs. Harold McClay, Jr., Secre- I Mr. and Mrs. T. E. L$ to attend this Bible School. i and her son visited with friends ~ / ..... ~...-. ,^Y~. Y_.~ '~.='-~,~Z:L~ tary, Mrs. Jesse Howell, Treasure-Ied to Strasburg, Va.jI Sixth Graders Celebrate in Washington, D. C. and enjoyed /""* ou,, ~ ,u,. ,u~u m~. ~uoe~ ^,. ~..~ ~.., .~,.~^_ ~.~; .... I day They anent Saturu, The seventeen slxth grade stu- a sightseeing tour to many of | | of Local Activity, Mrs. Dewey land Sunday with Mrs vo dents who will enter Junior High the places of interest. I ,~,,~,~a, Va~e,t~ aum~tteu to ~ra~a ..... .... .... ..--~,,,~,lner of Winchester, va. a ti N .... ~" ......................... School in the fall celebrated their l Mrs. Grady Owens returned to /th~ ht~unit~l ur~-~. M~-~ T~d~ T .................. 3 ~- ~1~ ....... I'- Mrs. Edn O. S gers, R. . of Martinsburg, for- burs of the class are: (left to right)--Mrs. Jugnit~ /H,,,~. f,~...,^, m^...- t,_ ~,,.__. Life, Mrs. B. W. Hoffman, Sucre-[ __ graduation with an all-day picnic her home on Saturday from the erly assistant SUl~. rin~ndent of t~e. Charles S. Anderson, Mrs. Leonaxd Propps, Mrs. Edn& Sti- [les' tary of Supplies, Mrs. James Lilla, ] BRIDAL SHOWl~I~ held on Friday at the War Mem- Winchester Memorial Hospital xown ~enera~ ~OSl~UU, has eompm~e,, g~wng m- _ ....................... i - "" .'Y.:""L .......... v .... ~-.a, Promotion Secretary Mrs Harri IMt~.~ ~NA GA(~J orial Park in Martinsburg. Ac- and is convalescing nicely from structions in Home Care ~f the sick a~ad injured to germ, mrs..r,~tuu~n ~. ~men, mLrs. reggy Jean |ana Litue ~regory Marshau ot o... ,..~..~ c^...':._ :~ r~| .......... companied by their teacher, Mr. ]surgery performed there about a Red Cross class, Instructions were conducted at wooa~ra [m bed), Mrs. Dorothy K. Strouse, Mrs. /Charles Town. o,,, ~,.,,~.,,. o=~,~ o~ ~,~ I ...... ~---as the Charles Town Citizen's Fire Hall grid the a Genevieve Davis McKee, Mrs Florence K I4oller | ............. ann t'UOllCatlon,,err | A Drlaai snower w David Smith and several of the two weeks ago. - ~nemcat pauems aamiueu were: " n f Mi s Donna Gag~ hove group of persons completed the course and a~d Mrs. Margaret B. Clendening. ]Mr u ....... . ............. . 3ames and Councilor of Youth I o! or o., s ........ ,, parents the youngsters spent a Episcopal Churchwomen To Meet have received their certificates for sa~ne. Mem- (Photo by Tim Sinn) /f~" ~'~." ~-~,~Y-'. ~t..e,~ ,Worz ~rs. ~loyd Milton. [ lotn at me UVllla ~, most enjoyable day and each was The Episcopal Women of the ~ . |~Z,,,, -~,~, ~a,.,~ntu~y o,m~z [ Mr. and Mrs. Norman James IMary ~:ngm, ~ars. ~z,~. presented with a pen, a gift from Church of tlae Holy Spirit will at the Sites Sale on June 24th. l is Jenkins and daughter Sandra 'and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mrs. ]~ayr~SKela~nvsv~l~:" B~SS]~ruc~e !Mr; and Mrs. J. T: Longerbeam I wiler and Miss Dor_ot~ the Parent-Teachers Association. meet at 8:00 DST, (7:00 EST), and all members are urged to be Jean of Ranson and on Sunday Lola Richard has been a guest/w m ..... lan son vonam ~len spent mel.~onna recezvea_many-,v~ Mrs. Robert Macoughtry and]on Tuesday evening, June 6th. at present, their sons-in-law and daughters, at the Chapman home for the-past |l~rs -G'l~ri'a~l~:'PaytonYSumm'i't Iweek'end- with the latters broth-[_~eau~zmg fts_T w Y her daughter, Miss Shirley Mac- the home of' Miss Kay Davey. ~ughtry, entertained the Episco. ] Plans will be made at this time The boys and girls of the 4th. Mr: and Mrs. Jake Frye and their three weeks. Mrs. Richard return I Point, Master James R Thompson I~oan~ ~S~em~acWv~nr~tanav~rS" [an~ee~ioea.vab~e o~c~s~on f0! and 5th ~rades were vleasantly Icnimren, ~enny and Pamela ann ed home with her son-indaw and IJr Har,,~-~ w~,~, ~r~ ~,~ ~ .............. ~ .... s~-, ,~. ,~. .... ~a .... .~ ....... . pal Churchwomen of Grace for the lunch stand to be held s_ r.rlse(t -on d_ - -, . ".... 2. ." / ~ ..... p-~"F' 1~"~" r.~J~u"-I" Y-EAR no Fri av afternoon Mr and Mrs Howard Shewbmdge daughter Mr and Mrs ML Chap M Kern, Hat era er ,M 1 when a group of mothers arrived o t . narms Town were guests at lman. |ius S. Smith, Charles ;r0wn, Mr |l ..... at the school to take them for an muir home. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clipp of/William Pierson, Ranson, Mrs. I I o I NI ING afterrloon s outingi.n celebration,. ,Charles Town and Mr and Mrs. |Mary E. Cline. Harpers Ferry.., Get that he" , ot scnoot-ctosing. The group en-I I Marvin Adams were the guests |Mrs. ary E. Chamblin, Charles I[ - - _ joyed a pleasant afternoon at the [ BI lll Ibll l [at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee ITown and Miss Linda Mae Ott, I l car sooner Memorial Park in Charles Town/ 11 17 [Adams on Sunday to a birthday |Harpers Ferry. |l INVENT0!Y IAL!! and were treated t ice cream be" F [dinner in honor of Mr. Lee Ad. |SaoKearneys~illePG ,a:o.s [ i ~~~ fore returning home. Those ac- n ngP~AAne ~an P~ lama birthday. / -- II ~,, .ffi~ companying the children for the IIVP /Rlli I Mr and Mrs Harvey Lehman [ I l I Ii I I I II UI T outing were Mesdames Thomas I Jr son Ter ," and their house l | | | 1[ | | | r I I |qkJ 'lN .... ' *, ~ . m-m mm mm ~ mm mm m. ~.~ Leme , Elwood Ch..esh,re, Har- , ,. =ffi ......... Iguest from Detroit, Mr. and Mrs./ B- Miss ..... 11 ....... vey ercnevm, Jr., l ot ert t ood- L41A q[l l l liiiPlll T |Paul Stewart and family were the | Y uoromy LaKe I I k lll l % AUTO IA) ell, Welton Herr, Marshall. Jenk- rlJ, Ull~h I II~ll~li/ /supper guests on Sa-tu~daY-at. tiae / I I ~kL~ ~ .-- ~ -- ~ VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL ".. - ms and Busey Carper. , /home of Mr. and Mrs. Garland / .......... II ..... - vacation t;nuren ~cnom will oe v W. M. S. Meeting /Heflebower, Jr. |................... l I IYA T o The Women's Missionary Soci- .The quotations, of the Blue I Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Payne oflChunela cat me ~amv]ue memoaxst|I ~", ,:*:~I~i ety of the Baptist Church will R,dge Livestock Sales, at Charles ,Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs Wood 1,- ...... r h on,. ......... Wednesda ,y May.__.31,[[ ~ii: Eatin0 Potatoes $1.95 . ;:;t ThYadn eda o nOrno g Ion "off enceM n YcMalaYe:ga, nlg ambs/ ' Asduan S;ndn mritl theI [No need to wait to enjoy driving a new or We.drew Drish in Middleway. heavy witha good demand for all Ring different places of interest I I late model used car. Select the car ~" - ........ Mr and Mrs M H Evans"and "~'~go.,, ,~owo. and they stopped in-Portsmouth/ior-- -- '" - --" ---------'" ----and Junior High ll want, and we'll arrange financing, yOUfast. ' TIRES & BATTERIES their'family moveci tiae latter part .. Feature^of ^ S.a!e was. Prime and was able to visit on the Val- / S-b'ect- "^ ....... : ........ I I .......... ...................... "" """" ""La bs,' $20 00 - -"-o .......... ""-"" er ar en " " ,, ,, Grade m u g t , y ~'amny ann r rl- Charles Town to Roxton and . . on seven years ago. ]ends' Primar- L .........../ | to repay m monthly installments. S124 (6 volt) $10.95 - ,f ,h, w ou veal, top ~x.oo, mue neaa tiraae lee P,r o that Mr ...... |- ~ J. o k% o,: 2 , ,yu I I oI an Auto uoan nere ]s now .... easy ar exte e utcner steers, $22.00 to ..... $2124(6 volt) $10.95 Choi e o , ~, ov~ u.e .~.u~,~- e .. nded a cordm.1 welcome .qo.~.~m ~,,,~ h,,t~ho~ ~t ..... .~1~ Mr. and Mrs. We,drew Adams/er; Junior, Liwng and Workmg]l ....... _ $2436 (12 volt) $16.95 mr. me commumty. Mr. r vans :-': .... .... T_..w had a birthday party on Satur-/To,,ether as Christians" Junior l I xne car you ouy m security zor your loan. No em lo d i Wa to zz.oo, prom to meumm steers;. . .o . , . p ye . n . .shmgton, D..C.. 1700 to . 20 00 O'oiee *'utO-or day m honor of. their son and/H,gh, Making Our Group Christ-II collateral or co-signers needed. 670x15 4 ply Tubeless Black Nylon $15.80 plus tax ann commutes aany to mat c ty. ..... ..=^' .... daughter on their birthday. The liana. All children in these groupsl, Mr. and Mrs. RoberLLight and ..... ~'.~ ~u.~'~'eos?~ ~.,~,~ ~ guests present were Martha Ad. ]are welcome Please encourage1[ , : 710x15 4 ply Tubeless Black Nylon 15.80 plus tax their famw had as their supper iu.~ ~..,~ .... ..= .. +.. ........ ams, Pat and Z~mmy Heflebower, [the children to come SEE _ EDDIE PINE 710x15 Tubeless White Nylon 23.19 plus tax guests on Saturday evening the 1.. ,'~ '.'~~'~o~uo~:,~,,~uv.~ Jay Cepelka, Charlotte, Milly, [Church Officials Installed | I 750x14 Tubeless White Nylon 24.33 plus tax Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Butch ~"".?' ~'~.~.. ~ _~=o~,. m2~j~ ^~ Peggy Kackley, Sue and Mary [ Officers of the Methodist Mens I I er and children C,,nthiaand meamm ouizs; ~il~.Ou to ~t~.o~, "'e ......................... " ......... ............ '" -----at the---- 800x14 Tubeless White Nylon 24.60 plus tax _ , J ....... ~ ._ ~.o ~ ~uagana, .my anu eoom/UIUD Ot me mvme zaetnoms I l im th and Mr Ri - ,, ,~,o~ ~uw~, ~..~,~ w ~o.~ . . T 0 y . chard Schm~dt "'t"; .................... Joe, Dmnn Oxndorff, Junmr Wfl- |Church were installed on Sun- / I 850x14 Tubeless White Nylon 26.78 plus tax and visiting on Sunday with Mr. u .,ty ~w~, ~v.wJ [v~,.~, can- da Orndorff, Betha Ann Schultz, l I I /'~fk~T.~l|T~ll~l~ /-~l~l~I~Irl~ l~l~l~2~]~T]~ and Mr" Li-h* ""er^ "~'^ "-"^-'-ners ann clatter; ~iovo, uown, .............. i ~ nn ,~_-~,x,~,~_~,,.u.aa~,,_, ,,.,t,xax/~x a.,~. ,~,-~*. 760x15 Tubed Black Nylon 19.89 plus tax o. w e rue ....... ': ..... ouu anu uarm t arme, t oms s Mr Dan ....... ...... i ". me her, Mrs. Emml Ware, her .... Shull Car LaRue ' Babb ....... 670x15 Tubed Black Rayon 15.10 plus tax t cows oy me neat; up m e ,,e v s zrom r agers- 640x15 Tubed Black lylon 17.67 plus tax .......................... " ...... ....... Mr a " '-- ard L. Ware, Jr. and sons Lea and $26.00, stock heifers andq tills by .... ..... : j... _ | . r/d Mrs: Magaha,/I MI )Jl[llll 670x15 Tubed White Nylon 18.16 plus tax Jimmy of Charles Town the head; up to $190.00, . ,:me Mount./from Charles Town were dinner/I ......... Mrs. 13onala lasslora ann ner v ' " Mr and Mrs Robert Smith 3r o.a n. 710x15 Tubed White Rayon 20.12 plus tax -- " ....... " - - Choice to nrime calves' e28 00 aczson was a weekend guest ot/guests on Sunday at the home of/I rnone -- tmaxms/own, cnuuren, onnle ant Taimaage , 760x15 Tubed White Rayon , 21.96 plus tax ...... .... to $31 00 ood butcher calves .................................... , and her mother, Mrs Clifford $25.00 to $27.50, medium butcher calves, $23 00 to $25 00, thin cal 800-820x15 Tubed Black Nylon 20.98 plus tax Re land, joined with" the for. " " mer's aunts and uncles, Mr. and yes; $23.00, down, heavy calves; FENCING & GATES $21.95 Roll 26.95 Roll 29.95 Roll 21.95 Roll 32.95 Roll 15.95 Roll $35.00 52.00 726-6-11 (2 rod roll), 832-6.11 (2 rod roll) 939.6-11 (2 rod roll) 929-12-11 (2 rod roll) 1047-6-11 (2 rod roll) 158-6-14 (2 rod roll) 12' Aluminum Gate 16' Aluminum Gate 14' Steel Gate ,(NEW 1960 APPLIANCES) $245.00 125.00 110.00 250.00 15.00 15 cu. ft. Upright Freezer Automatic Washer Elect. Dryer 36" Electric Range Used Refrigerator PAINT SPECIAL Purchase--qt. gal. or 5 gal. and receive 2nd qt., gal or 5 gal. at only price. Listed below are some of the prices--figure it out for yourself and see how much you ,' 201 MILDEW RESISTANT OUTSIDE WHITE 1400 SERIES (ACRYLIC BASE) NUMEROUS COLORS qt..$1.75 gal. 6.10 5 gal. 28.5o qt. 1.80 gal. 6.20 $1.25 pr. 1.65 pr. 3.40 pr. $1.30 6" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 12" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 20" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 10 qt. ALUM. PAIL ! RANSON, W. VA. P IONE 43 ---- Mrs. Avis Rowland of College Park, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Rowland and daughter Phyllis and Miss Heater Rowland of Win chester, Va. at the Jefferson County Memorial Park on Sun- day to enjoy a picnic dinner and a pleasant afternoon. Farm Women's Club Meeting The Summit Point Farm Wo- men's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Starkey at 8:00 DST (7:00 EST) on Thursday evening June 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens of Alexandria, Va. spent Thursday and Friday visiting at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens, Sr. Mrs. Thomas Lemen spent Sun. day in Washington, D. C. where she was a dinner guest at the home of :Dr. Edward Smith. The Reverend Samuel Butcher is spending severaldays this week attending the annual Conference of the Methodist Church and up- on his return he and his family expects to leave Summit Point to move to a. new charge. Mr. and Mr& Tom Wilburn of Charles Town spent Sunday via. Ring at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and their son John. Mr. Douglas Brady of Balti- more, Md. was a visitor over the weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Oscar Brady. W. S. C. S. Meeting The Women's Society of Christ. Jan Service of the Methodist Church will meet at 8 o'clock DST on Wednesday evening, June 7th at the home of Mrs. Robert Light. Summit Point was well repr- sented at the Commencement e~- ercises held at the Charles Town Senior High School on Monday evening, with four local students receiving their diplomas. These were ~isses ~ Cheshire, Ruby Jenkins, Alice Bane and one boy, David Burner. And once again, as has been the case so many times in the past a local student has been one of the top honor students of her class, with Miss Mary Cheshire delivering the Sal- utatory address. Congratulations go to theee graduat@s and best wishes for their success. Misses Lucy and Alice Farns. worth of Washington, D. C. spent the Memorial Day holidays vis- iting at the home of their broth- er and Sister, Miss l dna and Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mi s Shirley Jenkin of Wash, ington, D. C. visited over the weekend at the home of her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs.' Aubrey Jollk- ins. Also visiting with them on Saturday were their son and their Mr. and Mt . Lew $20.00 to $28.00. Blue head grade lambs; $20.00 red head grade lambs; $18.00, red shoulder grade lambs; $16.00, butcher ewes; $3.50 to $7.50, stock ewes per head; up to $14.00 Good butcher hogs; $17,70 to $18.30, medium butcher hogs; 17 to $17.70, heavy butcher hogs; $15.00 to $17.25, butcher sows $13 to $15.00, hevy feeders and light butcher hogs; $17.00 to $19.00, shoats per hundred; $25.00, down, pigs per head; $17.00, down, heavy boars; $11.00 to $12.00, sows and pigs; up to $38.00, stock boars; $12.00 $15.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 M.-..Llvestock Sales 1:30 P. M. Each Monday Mrs. Austin Nieodemus Birthday PartT--'- A Birthday Party was given the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus, Sr. on Sunday in hen or of their son Roger Lee, thir- teenth birthday. Those present to help celebrate his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nico- demus, Jr., Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington and sons Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nic, odemus, Jr. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicedemus and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus, Sr. There are three girls to grad. uate from the Charles Town High School from Rippon and they are Nancy Chapman, Louise Jenkins and Evelyn Lloyd. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz were Mr. and Mrs, John Crim, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lick- lider and daughter Ledia Leigh, and Clay Baylass from Berryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare and son Rusty from Sum- mit Point. Mr. and Mrs" Warren LaRue and family spent Sunday in Falls Church, Va. at tl/e home of Mr. and Mrs. Rayniond Kacldey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Max Christian from Atlantic City, N. Mrs. Gale Farmer and daughters Ann and Lois from Redford, Va. and Mrs. Rohert R. Smith, Jr., visited Ir. Herbert Rogers in Kimball- ton, Va. this past week. Rev, Temple Wheeler will de. liver Holy Communion Services at St. John's Episcopal Church at Rippon on Sunday, June 4 at 9:30. Sunday School will be held at 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Chapmari from Purcellville, Va. were the Saturday evening callers at the home of their uncle and aunt Mr. % CHAS. C. MARCUS, PROP. "WHERE IN THE H - - - HAVE YOU 9,99 BEEN SENIOR HIGH BOOSTERS All of that "ENTHUSIATIC" group of Supporters who were ambitious last November 14, 1960 to put "Lights in The Athletic Field" have dwindled to a mere "handful". WHY? ? Some loyal Boosters have shown a real desire to see that there would be "Lights" when the 1961 Season opens in the Fall; but too DA-- many axe holding up the works. For reasons never disclosed at an Open Meeting, it is said, they don't attend for same petty-happening or some action they disliked. DO YOU WANT THIS JOB DONE BY PROFESS. ONIALS; or do you want to be 100% benefitted? The answer is pretty simple to those workers who are still making an honest effort to raise the necessary funds; but you can be sure that unless some help comes along pretty soon; the job is going to take years instead of months, and the mere "handful" has no intention of assuring any ordering or installation progress without the complete support of all the "Boosters Club". Nei- ther are they going to obligate themselves financially as individuals, unless more cooperation is shown, Money has been wasted in materi , time, postage, etc. to try getting you to a n eetlng, and if you come, you go along with whatever action is taken without bringing the action to the floor for discussion. Either attend the next meeting-June 7th at the Leg- ion Lounge-7:30 P. M. or it irill be necessary for un- desirable action. R. M. HANN, President I I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR J