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! iiii SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE g---A TIIURSDAY, .II;NE 1, 1939 County Has so be a service of consecration for lthe lay oflicials of the church. This is always a memorable hour From Page One as the trustees, stewards a;ad mem bers of commissions and commit- the breast. She was admitted to tees present themselves at t.he al- the Charles Town General Hos- tar in dedication for the year that pit, a,t for treatment. A son, James lies ahead. These persons will sit Kirby, 13, suffered lacerations of together in a reserved section of head and abrasions of the nose and face. Damage to the ear a- ,moun'ted to about $150. Trooper Wade said no charges were preferred in the case. A 1959 Chevrolet car belonging to William J. Mclntyre, Jr., of National Avenue, Winchester, Vs. which had been left parked on the parking lot at Shenandoah Downs about 1:30 p. m. Saturday was re ported stole,~ to Charles Town State Police. About 10:30 Satur- day evening Maryland State Pol- ice picked up Robert E. Haas, 14, of Braddock Heights, Md. who was driving the car. Maryland Police took Haas into c-]stody af- ter receiving a complaint from Braddock Heights that the lad had been driving the car in a reckless way and had been i;avol- red in a wreck with it. Young Haas had sold a tire from the car in Dickerson, avid. for $4.20 to get money to buy gas oline for 'the car. Methodists Will Have Communion Sunday 11 Tre Sacrament of Holy Com- munion will be observed in the Charles Town Methodist Church ~his Sunday morning, June 7, at the church 'and take Communion in a body. By Mrs. Robert Brailhwaite Circle lleld The monthly circle meeting of the Kearneysville Presbyterian Church was held Thursday night, May 28 a 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ercel Boyd. The program "Gird Up Your Minds, Growing Up Into The Household of God" was led by Mrs. Grace Cline. ',Those present were: Mrs. Harold Buhrman, Mrs. Madeline Putman Mrs. Eva Kno,tt, Mrs. Dorcas Zin,n Mrs. Laird Marshall. JMrs. Gilbert Creamer, .Mrs. Kathleen Miller, Mrs. Agnes Sibole, Mrs. Harry Creamer, Mrs. Grace Cline, ~Mrs. W. B. Hammond and Mrs. Ereel Boyd. The hostess, Mrs. Ercel Boyd served ice cream, cake, nuts, mints, coffee and punch. The next meeting will be held in the home of 'Mrs. Harold Buhrman, hostess es: ,Mrs. Harold Buhrman and Mrs. Charles Sibole on Ju,ne 25. :Mr. Nels Thoreson and children Sparky and Anna, Alexandria, Vs. were weekend guests of the for- mers brother and sis~ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and 11:00 a.m. family. At the same hour, there will al-t Mr. Ercel Basore, Mr. Norman BUY THE BEST IN PAIFITS And in (harles' s Town the Biggest and Best Selection of I) T''[qCH BOY PAINTS For Every Use, (?an Ahvays Be Found At The-- ~Vhctzal ana Mr. GiltJerL (?l'eawteT ~ Jr., motored to Washington, D. C. Satruday where they viewed the Yankees vs Se;aators ball game. Miss Virginia Creamer, Wash- ington, D. C. visited with her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cream- er 'this past weekend. Virginia is presently employed in Washing- bon, D. C. Miss Anne Buhrman is visi,ting with ,her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buhrma,q while she is on a month's vacation. Miss Buhr- man is presently training as a stu dent nurse .in the Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md. ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake O0O Birthday Party A birthday party was held Sun- day at the home of Mrs. Earl Webb i,q honor of her daughter- in-law Mrs. Richard Webb. Those helping her celebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Gone Shiner and children of Winchester, Vs., Mrs. Virginia Peer and children Larry and Patsy o,f Charles Town Mr. Mark Yontz of Martinsburg, Mrs. Roy Dillow a,qd daughter Nancy, Mrs. Ric'hard Webb and ,Mrs. Earl Webb. ,Mrs. Webb recei red many nice gifts. .Mrs. Mamie Wilts'hire, Mrs. Mack Hoose, Mrs. Oscar Hoffman and Mrs. Mac Webb were recent luncheon guests ,dE Mrs. Mike Rice. Mr. and iVlrs. O. H. Dunn and children of Berwyn, Md. spent t.he weekemd with Mrs. Mamie Wilt- shire and Mrs. Evelyn Hardy. : Mr. and Mrs. Junior Viands and son Mike of Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryman afld daughter on Saturday evening. Mr. ,Mark Yontz of Martinsburg sp.,: the weekend at the home of Mrs. Mae Webb. Miscellaneous Shower, tMrs. L. E. Wiltsthire and Mrs. Elmore Wc,nner gave a miscellan- eous shower on Friday evening in honor of t~he formers granddau- ~h, ter Miss Judy Russell of W,in- chester, Vs. The shower was given at the Wi}tshire home. C,hicken salad sandwiches, pop, ice tea, min~ts, potato chips and cake was : served to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wil:L- s'hire and sons of Ranson, Mrs. i ~Margaret Brown, Mrs. Barb,aca Carter, Mr. a;Jd Mrs. Elmore Wen nor, Mr. Freddie Lee Wenner, Hel en Wenner of Lovettsville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Shirley and Miss . Cora Marie Shirley of Wadesville, Vs., Mrs. Pittman Russell, Karen and Judy Russell and John and' Ralph Shirley of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wil,ts'hire and -" children of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Cliftc,n Kelican, Mrs. T. E. Lake, Mrs. Mae Webb, Miss Do,t Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wil,ts~hire, Miss Fatty Wiltshire, Junior Gay and Miss Beverley Staubs and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltsth,ire. Those t.hag sen:t gifts were Mrs. Charles D'An~elo Mrs. Mamie Wilt.~hire and Mr. and Mz:s. Rob- ere Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randellstown, Md v,isi~ted Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons and .g Y, "IT'S WHITE'S FOP. FOODS ALWAYS" ;Always " Plenty Clerks Wai' Your " Your Charg PHONE 159 on You All WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. PASCO ORANGE JUICE --. MORTON ASSORT. DINNERS - BIRDSEYE 4 6-oz. cans 79c 11-oz. pkg. 59c MrS.Mr.LUlaand RanalliMrs. Willien SaturdaY.smallwood W H 0 E FORDHOOK LIMAS - . 2 pkgs. 49c and ~an of Oharles Town, Miss BIRDSEYE GREEN PEAS . 2 l Ooz. pkgs. Sherry R,;laldi and Mr. Oh,aries 39C Mellott of BOlivar were reeen, t Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C_ha__l:les D'Angelo_and f,_a_mily. _ Home Ot "Over.The-Top" Feeds ! . . . : 1:( Charle Town, W. Va. i Phone 73 & 74 i Klvey R. Eber=ole, M r. ii N ' Change it to crisp, cool, com. fortable - in a matter of hours, with Coleman central cooling. This year, thanks to amazing new developments by Coleman, it costs less than ever. Coleman cooling is versatile. There are units that go into the ductwork of your forced air heating. Others to install separately. And, of course, year-round Blend-Air con- ditioning. Call now-for a free survey and estimate! Take 3 Years To Pay OLD DO ]R,:OH CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 202 F WESTERN CARROTS -- LOCAL RHUBARB . . 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