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i/ :ii !:( !!:)::!! ):A ! i i: SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 2--A THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1959 THIS WEEK'S 'NEWS IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Complimenting her sisters-in- taw, the Misses Kathleen and Ma- bel D~nlop of Liverpool, England who have been guests at, "The ~Spruces" for the past six weeks, Mrs. Alexander Dunlop entertain- ed groups of friends at tea on Thursday ,and Sunday af~ternoons. About thirCy guests were present on the two occasions. Episcopal Churchwomen Meet The June meeting of the Epis- ' c opal Women of .the Church of ,the Holy Spiri,t was held on Mon- day evening a,t "Locust Grove" the home of Mrs. Philip Creamer and was attended by sixteen members and guests. The meeting was opened with Devotions led .'by Miss Kate Biller after which the roll wa~ called, with each member responding with a short poem or reading, and the minutes of the last mottling were read and approved. Follow- ing t~he discussion of several i,tems of business Mrs. Creamer intro- duced the speaker for the evening.. Mrs. James H. SnFder, who spoke to Bhe group in her usual gifted fashion using as he: theme the el fectiveness of hard work as a tran quillizer. At the conclusion of the pro- gram the meting was adjourned !and a pleasa~n~ social 'hour ensued during which delicious refresh- :ments were served by ~;he hostess assisted by [Miss Shirley [Macough try who presided at the punch bowl. Vacation Bible School A Vacation Bible School spon- sored by the Baptist Church will be held there beginning on Tues day, June 9th and continuing until Jtme 19th. Registration will begin a~ 9:00 o'clock on Tuesday morning wi,tla classes beginning on Wednesday morning at 9:00 o'clock and continuing until 11:30 Daylight Saving Time. A cordial invitation is extended to' all child ren in the .community :to at,tend these classes. ,Mrs. Robert Macoughtry, her daug~hter, ,Miss Shirley Macough- try and Mrs. Margaret Kilmer .~pent Memorial Day in Hanover Court House, Va. where they were guests at the home of the Rever- end and Mrs. Jennings W. Hobson a~nd their family. Colonel and Mrs. James Thom- son of Gaylord, Va. were guests of the formers sisters 'Mrs. W. B. Grove and ,Misses ~Mary and Imo- gen Thomson at "Howl;horn" on Saturday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Herbert Gibbs are adopting three little sisters who arrived here on Wednesday even- 4rig from Wheeling, W. Va. to be- come a pa~t of the Gibbs 'house- hold. The girls who are ,three, four and five aren amed Jeannie, Dor othy and Ellen. M~. Emma Ware and her son William Ware of Waynesboro, Pa. were visitors on Sunday at the home of her son-in-law and dau- g~hter Mr. and Mrs. P~obert Ligi~t and .their children Bobby and Lin da. Also visiting with the Lights o,n Sunday were their cousins Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kackley and their family of Berryville. Va. and on Monday Mr. and Mrs. John Welty and son Johnny of Waynes borG, Pa. were guests at their home. 'Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge ,of "Flag stop" in company with ,the Misses Kathleen a;ad Mable Dunlop of Liverpool, England spent Friday in ~lexandria, Va. visiting at near by "Mr. Vernon" and other places of interest and at the home of the formers son and daug~h:ter-in-Iaw ~Major and Mrs. James T. Breck- Lnridge and their family. Mrs. N. E. Stanley and her dau gh, Ler Miss June Stanley who had been visiting at the home of the .former's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ~Mrs. James H. Snyder and their family left on Monday of last week to return to their home in Hardy, Ky. Also visiting recently at the Snyder home was Mrs. Paul Welch and her three children of Charles Town. Over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Snyder had as their guest Miss Garneta Shannon of Falls Church, Va. and ion Sunday Mr. and Mrs. James Grantham and their 'two sons a,nd Mrs. Amon Grantham of Middle- way were dinner guests at ,their home. YN/1 James Glassford of the Naval Gun Factory in Washing- ton, D. C. and Mrs. Joyce Turner also of Washington were visitors over the weekend at the home of the formers parents tMr. a~d .Mrs. S. C. Glassford. Also visi~ng with the Gla~ford's on Memorial Day were their son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. John Glassford and their family of ;Williamsport, Md. Receives Degrees at Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. William O. Ma- coughtry and 'Mrs. Nancy Lemon were among those awarded their degrees at the Commencement ex ercises held at Shepherd College on Mo~uday morning. Mrs. /Macou, gt~try and LMrs. Lemon were award ed Bachelor of Arts degrees in E1 ementary education and lVIr. MR-i coughtry his B. A. in Secondary Education. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and children Nora, David and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children Deborah, Johnny and Patricia spent Satur- day at the 'home ef the lwte Mr. John D. Cheshire near Hanging Rock, W. Va. Also gathered there on that day were Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Cheshire and son and ,Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Bal- timore, ,Md. and Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Cheshire and .family of Augusta, W. Va. Mr. Howard L. Ware Jr. return ed home on Saturday from Cape Charles, Va. where he had spent the past two weeks in summer training with t;he United States Air Force Reserves. L)ttle Miss Sherry Mentor o~ Camden, N. J. has been visiting for the past several weeks witch her grandparents Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl Me,near and her aunt and un cle Mr. and Mrs. Ailen Glass,ford. Also visiting recent,ly at IJhe Glass ford home were t'he Reverend and ,Mrs. Shaffer of Vienna, Va. Visitors on Sunday a% the home of Mr. Lewis Drish in the Wheat- land neighborhood were !Mr. and ,Mrs. Louis DAsh, Mrs. James Drish and her daugh,ter Miss Ma bel Drish of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. "l~hom'as Barro,n and dau ghter Tana and [Mr. Robert ff~Ia- thena of Charles Town and ,Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Liskey and Child ren Roma and Bol~by of ~M,iddle- way. Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton spent HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT! THESE OAR BUYS ARE 2-DR. SEDAN. RADIO. HEATER. TURBO-THRUST V-8 ENGINE. POWER GLIDE. 1 OWNER. VERY LOW MILEAGE. REDUCED FROM 1995.00 TO ONLY ........................................ 1958 FORD 1956 FORD 1956 FORD 1955 FORD 1955 FORD FAIRLANE 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio. Heater. 6 Cylinder. Overdrive Transmission. Styletone Paint. 1 Owner. Was 1995.00. NOW ............................................ FAIRLAN'E Hardtop. Radio. Heater. Thunderbird V-8. Power Steering and Brakes. Ford-O-Matic. W/W Tires. Local 1 Owner ......................................... FAIRLANE Hardtop. Radio. Heater. Ford-O-Motic. Thunderbird Engine. Red & Black with W/W Tires. Try It. You'll Buy It ................................... CUSTOMLINE Tudor. Radio. Heater. V-8 Engine. Straight Transmission. New Point Job ........................................................................................... CUSTOMLINE Tudor. Radio. Heater. 6 Cylinder with Straight Transmission. Motor Just Overhauled. New Point Job. A Real Buy At .............................. 1954 FORD CUSTOMLINE Tudor. Radio. Heater. Ford-O-Marie. New Point Job. Motor Just Overhauled ................................................................................. 1953 FORD CUSTOMLINE 4-Dr. Heater. 6 Cylinder. Straight Transmission. Original Black Paint. 1 Owner. Cleon as o Pin ............................................. 1953 FORD :USTOML,NE Tudor ..dio Heater Ford OMo,'c Tutone Green. Exceptionally Clean .................................... . ....................... 1952 FORD CUSTOML,NE 4Or Radio Heater Above Average ................................... ~ ......................................................... 1952FORD l.%:°.=Yl, ..................................................................................... 1951 FORD CUSTOMLINE 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. V-8 Rebuilt Engine ..................................................................................... 1958 CHEV. 1954 CHEV. 1954 CHEV. BISCAYNE 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. V-8 Engine. 1 Local Owner ........................................................................................... BEt AIR 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. Tutone Paint. Priced Right ............................................................. , ................................. "210" Tudor. Radio. Heater. Green with White Top. Motor Just Overhauled. A Good Buy ......................................... • ................ Tuesday evening in Waynesboro, ~A I~UI~'|/ 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio. Heater. a Pa. going there to ,attend the grad J.~J~ Ullr-V. Runs Good --- Clean ................................................................................. Jr a uatio,n of .the latter's nephew Wil- liam W~are from the Waynesboro ~/111~ /~UI~|I "210''Tudor. Radio. Heater. Power Glide. Block and White Top. • | High School. Mr. a,ud Mrs. Vernon Dilks and JL~I~ I~1~ A Clean Dependable Car ........................................................................... i N.J. were guests over t'he week- their infan daughter of A noway 1QIU ~_Ml~ "210" 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio. Heater. end at 'the home of Mr. and kMrs. ,L%~I III1~1~ Tutone Green ............................................................... Grady Owens and their sons Gra- ~ ~_~ FLEETLINE DeLuxe Tudor. Radio. Heater. WITH PEPSI COLA dy Jr. and Donnie Mr. Oilks and Rea, Nice ................................................................................................... Grady Jr. became friends while they were stationed in Germany pONTIACS [ CNIC CIAI ;'" ~, with the Umted Stratus Army and > . , ~ = thJ, s was ,their .first meeting since i T [:[ PE I. COLA' Plus: e )°S it-:case 1.50 their return home. " EER =' l~r, rs. Ed.wardL. Blake returned 1"~/I 0Jl111"r CHIEFTAIN DeLuxe4-Dr' Radio. He.ter. Hydromatic. Low Mileage. '" [ home to "White House Farm" on J.~dPt IFVII/, 1 Owner. Extra Clean .............. '. ................................................................ Tuesday ef last week from ton- • LI WI POTATO CHIPS--- ' , spentd°nderrY'the Irelandpast sixWhereweeksShevisiVinghad .......... PaNT HydromoticCHIEFTAIN ................................................................................................. DeLuxe 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. [ I AT AHY I: large 8-oz. bag 29c wi%hhers(~n-ln-law and daughter Commander ,and Mrs. John Van 1t.~1 PONT CHIEFTAIN DeLuxe 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. FRANKS---Skinesss - - - lb. 39c Tol and their :three children who .......... Hydromotic ................................................................................................. are stationed ~here with t'he Uni- , - R II' STEAKS ..... lb. 59c FAMOUS BRAND Blaketed StateSand herNaValsisterf°rces'Miss Sarah'Mrs' " Hi E R C U R Y S CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69c HOT DOG ROLLS---8 to pkg. - 19c Porter ofPhiladelphia, Pa. whO aCcompanied her returned ~o New I ITS AND VE6FTA York C'ityaboardtheliner"Queen tlliJ~7 ]LJ]I['IDI|~ MONTEREY Hardtop. Radio. Heater. Merc.O.Matic. Power Steering. Elizabeth". Illr.lil .Black & White with white wall tires. Real Sharp ..................................... CUBE STEAKS---Boneless - lb..9c FRESH FRU BLE5 Mrs OnzaHyattisvisiting~vith ' ' ' 'her parents [Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry1Q~7 ~.JJ~'l~irk MONTEREY 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio. Heater. Mere-O-Marie. Power Steering. SIRLOIN STEAK - - - lb. 79c Athey .having made the trip by J,~l~| II|[.llU, Many Other Extras. Block with White Tires. 1 Owner ............................... Esskay's SUN UP BACON - lb. 43c California Juicy LEMONS - doz. 29c fromPlane LOsacramento,t~he NationaIcalforniaAi~port 1Q d Mi:DI}_ MONTEREY 4-Dr. Radlo. Heater. Overdrive. Runs Like New. W E S T E R N where her husband Lt. Hyatt is a~v~ lUL-n~. Was 89S.00. NOW .................................................................................. stationed with Vhe Urn.ted States LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c ICEBERG LETTUCE - large head 10c Army. [Mrs. Hy'wtt is here visi¢ I~E@' |lrl~Jfli MONTEREY 4-Dr. Radio. Heater. _ with her parents and ~o be a vnem1~}~1 ~r~[~le, Local Owner. Name on Request. Like New ................................................. FRANKFURTERS - - lb. 39c CELERY---Pascal . - large stalk 10c bet of the wedding party of, her 1.q. l MF~R Tudor. Radio. Heater. Runs Good. N t CS " " cousin Miss "Anne Moore Hardesty FANCY GOLDEN BANANAS - lb. 10 of Fredericksburg, Va. whose mar ............. Price Right ............................................................................................... P IC _" - } 15C CARROTS--l-lb. cello bag 10: riage willtakeplace°nJune'thir • teenth. " 1~ J~lJnlnJ~k[CORONET 4-Dr. Heater. Powerflite. 1 L~cal Owner. (Small - Lean - Smoked) TOMATOES--Cello Pack - 2 for 25c ,a u uuuuIE Good Tires. Runs Good .......................................................................... • ,t GRE EN BEANS - - -. 2-lbs. 29c nlrrUl aca nnnoc CORONET 4-Dr. Rodio. Heoter. V-8. PowerfliteTronsmision. CHOPS .... lb. 59c O IDA GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 29c By Mrs. Charles Adams JL 't Power Steering. Very Nice ........... , ....................................................... VEAL 1t C/I DIII/MI/ SUPER Hardtop. Radio. Heater. Dynmflow. HAMBURGER--- , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris of .E,~ I[~U|Un Power Steering & Brakes. 10wno't .............................................. . ........... Fresh Ground Beef-3-1bs. $1.33 ON QUAlITy l Nri:Dli: Middletown, Conn. spent a week with their parents in p ne, Va. 1QI /I P/VMnlITM 4-D,. Heater. Runs Gored. • ' (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) SAVE .,,, llllV.i_lliL 11: Before returning to Connect i,ut....i--,---,,,...I, Very Cleon ..................................................................................... Tuesday morning they spe,n~ sev- THF £1HEST Ctl CK[H$' IH T0 H SPEND LESS AND GET MORE eval days witch 'his grandparents I"'" l~lllljrku SPECIAL Hardtop. Rodio. Heot, er. Mr. and IMrs. J. L. Ch:~pman and I~F~IJ UUIIJI Straight Transmission ................................................................................ his brother Mr. and ~rs. Roy B. i I ' MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE - - - lb. 75c Harris Jr. near Byrd's orchard. 1~@ |~/h~ SUPER 88 4-Dr. Radio. He~4~er. Hydramotic. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, ] JL~L ~L~) Pork Green with White Ti~es. A Good One ............................................... CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE .... lb. 75c daughter Mart!ha and NIiss Sue ! BOSCUL COFFEE - , ...... lb. 73c Maga,ha enjoyed Sunday a trip to l l(IEtt A/I~ 88 4-Dr. Rodio. Heate~ Hydromatic. U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE - 5-oz. jar 79c Washington and C.han'tilly wherel ULU@ Rocket V-8 E,gine ..................................................................................... {:HICK IN $ - - - - " =oscuL INSTANT COFFEE - - 6-oz. jar 79c ~he new airport ~s under construc] STAT|ON WAGONS ib tion lt was interesting to see such enormous earth .moving a~ppara- • INSTANT COI'I .... 6-oz. jar93c tus. (Whole or Cut Up) DOMINO SUGAR - - - 5-1bs. 39c Two sisters, 'Mrs. ilda mown of W as~hington and ~VIrs. Eva 1~ r~D~ COUNTRY SO, UIRE 9-Passenger Wagon. Radio. Heater. Ford-O-Matlc. T-B~d I (With Purchase of $5.00 or More) Cl~rk visited Sunday with another J,~O rUl~U Engine. Po~r Steering & Brakes. 1 Owner. Low Mileage ....................... "" --,i .-- BE~ITY CRO(KER CAKE MIXES - - - 25c StanleYThe BoydB°Ydsehooland children.of Dancing of &~J~| [U[~ Power Steering. 1 Owner. Very Nice ........................................................... ~I~ I~ Jl " " " Winchester presented a dancepro 10:7 ,uruonlr'r 2-Dr. Wagon. Heaten 6 Cylinder. IMPERIAL ICE CREAM--- gram ,by Dhe pupils of :Mrs. Dor- • .. (Vanila Only)--½-ga!hm 79c othy Boyd Her~ng in :t~e Stras- J.~| ~[lllE~l~|~-I~l Straight Transmission ................................................................. V T. NABISCO SALT TANGS on D/VIU~/%IITU SUBURBAN. 6 Cylinder. Straight Transmission. \ --. L...NERS---Fish, Beef, .... pkg. 35e Friday evening spo,nsored by the ~,~ ralvauu/n .eotor. I Owner .......................................................................... WESSON OIL - .... quart bottle 57c parents teachers association. Lit- 'Chicken or Turkey - - ea. 59c KRAFT MAYONNAISE - , -- quart jar 59c Martha Adams in Act I "Mo- D" ,, - - - 3 calls 49c HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE. ". "16 Pt.RoilsJar$1.0033c ~her Goose's Children" was mis- T it U K S LEMONA E - coMo TOILET TISSUE tress Mary accompanied Mr. 'and STRAWBERRIES - - 10-oz. pkg. 19c COCA COLA .... 6 pack 30c Mrs. Charles Adams to Strasburg were /Mrs. IM. L. Adams Miss (Mary 1~'~ PUI:|/D/I/I:T 11/2 TON 12' Flat Bed. Heater. Good Tires. (One Six Pack FREE With Each $10.00 Order-- Maga~ha 'and Miss Sue ~/Magah, a of l~| |jll[_~llll~Lr_1 Reduced from 1895.00 to .......................................................... Charles Town. 1956 FORD 1/2 TON PANEL. Heater. 6 Cylinder. Completely Reconditioned. 1 Owner ........................................................... 1955 FORD F-350 1-Ton Cob & Chassis. Heater. V-8 Engine. 4-Speed Tron,missiom Dual Rear Wheels. Excellent Condition ..................................................... 1954 FORD F-100 1/2-Ton Pick-Up. Radio. Heater. Custom Cob. Oversize Tires. V~8 Engine .............................................................. ] ............. 1952 DODGE 2.Ton Cob & Chassis. ]70" Wheel Bose. 2-Speed Axle, 82Sx 20 Tires' Only 8000 Miles on New Motor ............................. : ............. : ................ PHONE 212 CHARLES Plus Deposit) 5-lb. box 59c 10-lb. box $1.49 ESSKAY S (HICKEN BACKS and NECKS - DRESSED WHITINGS, I I OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday A R R O W ....... 98c G U N T H E R ..... 98c S C H L I T Z ..... $1.40 (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS (Quantity Rights Reserved) :Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ~Hillard and daughter of Millwood, Va. were Satur~iay visitors witch ~their uncle and aunt Mr. and ~/Mrs. J. L. Cha pma,n. 'Mr. and :Mrs. M, L. Adams, ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and dau hter and Mr. and ~Mrs. Woodrow Adams and two ch,ildren attended a birt~hday party on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams und son on Jefferson Avenue ~aturday ev- e,ning in honor of Let's birthday. ~Miss Doris Cauler and [Miss Trussell Erle of Elmire, N. Y. spent last weekend with ~Vir..and Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus enjoying sightseeing trip to Harpers Ferry and Jefferson County. Mr. and 'Mrs. Cecil Grapes ~f Winche.%er were Saturday callers w~bh Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Cimpman.