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~L I, will be held at hotel Shenandoah fPa. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE .............. ~ffiffi,~, T~, [beginning at 6:30 p, m. Local~ Mr. Grissinger, a graduate.of] qpl.ilT~nAV 1IT~ e lqg~ _r~.-A [lrti~ w ~ ~ v~ [members who intend on making I Gettysburg College and the Lu-[ .................. a _.. [ ~_ , . [ the trip are asked to meet at the [theran Theological Seminary at I ...... ,. ............. [[ l[ [ J it [ Thomas Jefferson Hotel at 5:45 [Gettysburg, preached his first ser / ya,;.H.azelton, ewarK, o.;, Miss oueier on a[uruay. I ll | , I~ [ p. m. Those unable to attend may ]man as pastor of the parish on [ w.asnmgton, I). t~. ann AJexan. [ ~ the average citizen, , safe limits or your ability. [ ............ [sign at the hotel desk for their I the first Sunday in June, 1951,1 aria, va, ]MISS HOCKENSMITII ~r soon will drive you [ Use discretion. Don t swim right I ~Y vlrs. lioy J~reeaen "l'empnone z~o.j attendance. Kiwanians will be I During his pastorate he has been [ Miss Rodefer was guest of hen- [ GRADUATED MONDAY II is of others to pools I after eating, when overheated, or I, / back at the hotel for their regular [ doing graduate work at Johns [ or at a tea on Friday given by the I throughout the coun ] overtired] f u le As I .................. I dinner meeting on Thursday, I Hopkins University. [ American Red '~ross Amen~ [ Miss Margaret Ann }tocken- I Mr ann Mrs Ivlayo ~nlley Of and son el ~rueerown ann ~r r j,,.~ ~ at 6 15 ~ m I l ,~ s I ~..... Ao..~.,,...~ ~ .... .~ u.,o b or[can Red Cross to- Stay ca m in case o tro b . " " " - ...... ~ ..... ~,,--~, ,,~s,-~- ,,- ~,- o,,,, ,,,,o. [Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs. Le- I and Mrs. Calvin Hough of near ~ I p . ,, ~ ~. t ,, [ those attending were Miss Rode- [ .......... ~ ..... "~" i some precautions to I sume a face-up, floating position, I Roy Lamp and children of Shep- ] town were all recent visitors with I ~ -" - ^, [ rrancl$ w. uafllel 10 / fer's sister and brother; Mrs Iier I It. A. tlocKensmlm, anenanuoan !~ I to go in for water keeping your hands under the [herdstown were all visitors on IMr- and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood. [ ,lenin Anniversary ul I |bert Waiters, Charlestod, W. Va.; ]Junction was graduated Monday i summer season. [water and slowly moving your [ Sunday at the home of Mr. and I Notice to the Cub Scouts I I n,,,:,,:.,, It..,..^ ,",-- I Mrs. Dear[rig MacKay, Alexandria, [ from Southwestern at Memphis, sensible precautions i hands and feet. IMrs. Stanley Hinton. [ There will be a Den meeting R,~v ~r|ee|nnArwc i n~L~lV~ I~l~ IIUill [ Va.; Miss Lucy Rodefer, Washing- i Term, with distinction in mathe: long way to prevent [ Always keep safety equipment I Philio Breden snent the week I Tun,* ~9 sn,~ .Tnn~ ~_q at 4.00 sf th~ [ II~V, vmaJJesi~,l J n ] ton, D. C.; Mrs. John A. Smith, I matics and received the degree at lrownings that happen in your boat or canoe. Non-swim lend wi'th his co'usin Marshall ll.ut"l~eran'C-hurc"l~ "There'w'~il~a~lso . , . Univer.it.. Penns..ivani. [Charles Town, W. Va.; Mr. Will-IBachelor of Arts. the Rev. Richard Neal [ mers should wear left vests when I Rickard in the county. ] be a Pack Meetin~ June 30 at 7"00 [ MInH|rv flh : wd I 3 ~ J Ill | [am W. Rodefer, Front Royal, Va. ] sty chairman of Jeffer riding in small craft. I Mrs. George Breeden of Ran-l o'clock at the Lutheran Church .......... $ ........ [ Francis W Daniel Shenandoah ] Mr. and Mrs. Berry Rodefer of l Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" [Y Red Cross Chapter As a general rule stay with the I son spent Thursday with her sis- ] Let's try and have at least one "Today is unique; it has never I Junction is "include~t in the list [ Baltimore, Md. were guests of I fails to arouse Thais. ter and brother in law Mr and ' ha ened bef re " ' boat or canoe if it capsizes. Most I " - ]parent to each Cub Scout. Let s [ pp o ; ]t can never hap Iof candidates for the degree of [ Plest rule and the most small craft will float, even when i Mrs" Dave Nichols near Middle-Igo and show our sons we are pen again. For one moment, it iS[doctor of veterinary medicine at|j .. _ ........ _. ....... __=~,. ]red according to Rev. |filled with water or overturned I Mr. and -Mrs. Stamey mnmnlAnother Notice to Cub Scouts l John Grissinger, Jr., in his ser-[205th Commencement to be held[[ lie UIIU lie ~VI'H'IIJJIVI1 J~tl~/IVIl ~ecognize the fact that [ Don't overload your boat. Keep I way" " " ' I proud of them. I all important", said the Reverend ~ the University of Pennsylvania's/] 14 ~nd U l'[UdMl%%llIM AIII'IlllN ably not as good today I at least two-thirds of your boat I with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hinton I All Cub Scouts of Ranson Pack ] man to the two congregations of I in Philadelphia this morning" / I ............ ~ o,~n~,~,,, ~Tor,~ ~xr ~r~ ~e last Labor Day. After hull above the water line. I were called to Martinsburg be-[39, Den 1 and 2 will meet at the I the Shepherdstown Lutheran Par l ......... .:" ~1 ~uulrt ~Jr~uxt~Jr~ ~xrtr~r~ x~ ou~, vv..~x. ths of non swimming[ Don t overpower your boat. A Icause of the death of a relative. ILutheran Church on Sunday, June ]ish as they observed the tenth an-I ._? ciassot more ~nan~z~ men I I cal condition and endur [motor too powerful for your boat .M~ and Mrs...Char]es Mauck, [ 10 at 2~00 o'clock for a big sur- [niversary of his ministry Sunday I ~'[~.~":~'~,'~;,~,~"~,~="v,~,~"~,~'w~:,~ [I ~Tr~AV [ITSelf. q 10K1 not be up to last Sep- makes it difficult to control and Imv ~,nnv Writ~ wire him a l.,,.~o,~ tmnvnlnc~ I .................... , ........... ~l ~'Jt~xl~a. at$ u,~.~a.~, u, ~.~,vJ. V~andards. Take it easy may cause upsets or other acci- "": ........ " t,-,o ...... -. ..... ~,. and 38 foreign countries will be I fnend spent Sunday m _Hagefs_- [Ranson Cub Scouts Go I The women's organizations of[graduated at the exercises, which BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D. S. T.) I "" " I ~hep!O~u~t~; inu!ft S! .... "'" ~ :I~CLr'~:~C;,R 0 fTRA~ nCtOM ~:r" "~ [dents. :i~Pifh ~V:Xs~o~;ayp:::::: I n P~ [ ~ui!livAebSdi!O~c.~:d~factehn~ Mr: ,01% Rev. Neal gave theI If you enjoy the water like [o OTB:gFblShsc~ogutTsrio~ Ransonfe~. n~ Lawn Me ers , f r , "afS~lt~:l~:you ]lsm!it~plf~i~ ~;U~?o~iky~!i a n, I tC?waml- t I Street spent Sunday with her sis- I Joyed, .themselves on a b'g "v" " I .... ,, .o I " II Studio Couc , L . ' . " I ,ha Mr Mr Carr-ll their Cub Master the co ee hour nero atter me ser: I I dafA [[ PLETE, and Many Other Arhcles not mentmned. " , " I " " g y, y g ter Mrs Maude W. Payne. Later ling trip on Sunday at the r~ er.[ ............. I , ur Red Cross chapter of [ to know that the Jefferson Court ................... ,'~ ................ vi ' fe ce. There were corsages and VII}} IIUUIgI~I II~lll~ . 10a-free swimming cour-[ty Red Cross Chapter is again of-IFrank Payne.f Baker He~ghtslwith the.help of several.other.n~ u sl ................. boutonnierres far sn~eial,. ..... o""~~*~..... [ [ TERMS :---CASH. Nothing to be removed untd levels of ability. [fering free swimming courses for were callers with Mrs. Payne and lows ~ewded the Days ~ o gro p . . IMrs. Waston. lalong the river bank..When e-]with white roses and a "mane,,] From Red Cr0s$ After I[ !~im with another per-[people of all abilities, from begin ' r an anniversary cake decorated settled for. sight and be ready to I her to lifesaving. For further in- Mr and Mrs. Bert Rickard and [ turning to me picnic taoies sev- I tree" for the ..... J I ~ SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. ance if needed [formation, call the Red Cross children, Mrs. George Breeden[eral pictures were taken and alily from the ::s%r. ann ms ,am-I @E V,,,,:, /~ @-m,|--- ]l a safe place. The pres I Chapter at 270. andall visitorsSns GeOrongeTuesdayand Julianwith. wereMr.I bypiCnicMr, lunChand Mrs.WhiChcarrollwas wasPlanned[ser-, in" the rec~wngV" " hue'" were Pas- UI 0D 1~OI3 IJl ~}I~IVIL~ [I]l l~.Z-I ,.uo"~! ~,.1~ ~.~v,,,,,,,~.,,v,P/~A/l[~U[T-~Tfi]~, ,,A [TfY]P|fiN ,.~ -..., ,,.,i,, !guards usually indica- I ~---- ' .................. ~ red with the heP" of several me ~ tar ann ~rs ~rissinger with their I Miss Pauline Rodefer of Alexan ~l H CLAY THARPE Auctioneer. t is safe for swimming BRUCETOw~ ~ur~v~uxt~etL ann Mrs. rtoy ~reuen anu ~ml~. t, " . " . , ] ~,....a ~,.. ~ ..... ,, ~-ah-,,[ther~ |three chddren, John, 3rd, Anneldrm, Va. a former resident of [ e swimming area. Be: SERVICES ON SUNDAY ] and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. John]Charles Town was rehred June I I~ or Info~matmn and Consignment Cal , make sure the water "---'-- I . , _ .......... IGrissinger Sr., York Springs, Pa. 12 from the Americn Red Cross af- ,I ......... ,-,,,,,,~ ,-, t'aul Mare nao charge at judging t~rtAt~,~ ~uw~ # r, ugh and that there are Memorial Services at Brucetown l~||u k4m~~n ~re[~n o .. . [and Mrs. Howard Sheffer, Mrs. [ter 35 years of continuous ser-II " " ~'ed rocks or other ob- Methodist Church will be held ~mmj m,mum~vmm vumvbmm xOrThemeflowereVenmgshow practice "Glass ] Gr~ssm" " ger's mother, Gettysburg, ~ vice. Her work was in W'flkesburg~! _ II I Sunday at 2:30 p. m. (DST). There ~lnh M~mli~r~ Tnnr is Magic", arranged by Mrs. H. [ [ = the water and know will be a guest speaker and spec- ~b,~ l,m~wll||l~s~ svun 1~ Ti,~lr Mv,,e "EUilHam Cnvhc, and = Don't go beyond ial music. ........................... ~ ..... , ~, ~ n ,m. ~ Mrs. William Kline received 69 uaraens At Local homes points. Arrangement--"A Bride's Car- 1961 SUNDAY, JUNE llth, 18 TROPHIES AT RT. 75 and 80--DRAG-A-WAY EVERY SUNDAY DRAG RACES 9 ' 'Pit Gates Open 8:00 A. M..-Close 1. :30 P. M. Gate Opens 9:00 A. M.--Trophy Runs at 1 P.M. Compete Your Machine in the Races. 40 to New Market, South on Rt. 75 3-miles. i:i/ ~'~U~o Seen ;~ Adverffsed Now Hero it is.. WALL PAINT Lucite is a completely new kind of wall paint. Creamy-thick, it won't Drip, Run, or Spatter like ordinary paints. Just open the can and start pbi~ng. In 19 Decorator Colors and s7.oo cinch with soap water. Gal. Matching Co or for Woodwork and Trim with ... for durability and coverage, Duco gives beauty on wood work and furniture ~/ashable. Odorless. House Pa;n D/scovory in 30 Years IT Lucs.r 2~0 ~tCt4 ~A't HOUSE PAINT for wood, stncse, ~r maseary houses Lasts longer than traditional oil house paints. Easy to use, may be applied over damp surfaces. Resists blistering. In 16 beautiful colors and whit~, ~nan and w,,o,o.._, ss.oo G~. )TRIM & SHUTTER B 't ,EL high-gloss paint for all outside trim work. Spreads beautifully, dries quickly. ORCH AND FLOOR 17 For their June 1 meeting Dolly Madison Garden Club members met at the HiIleary House with Mrs. William Kline and Mrs. A1 Hooper as hostesses Preceding the business meeting members toured the Gardens of Mrs. Alvin Ennis, Mrs. James M. Mason, III, Miss Hazel aden and Mr. John Alfriend. Mrs. H. B. Link reported that junior Garden Club members had made corsages for their mothers at the last meeting and planned a hike for the month of June. The project committee chair- man Mrs. C. H. Strider Jr. stated that seven forsythia and three spirea had been planted at the high school. Mrs. Hugh Caperton and Mrs. EARff BIRI) SPECIALS 40 to OFF FIRST COME ...To reduce our inventory, we are cutting prices drastically on some colors and products. Some discontinued items. Quantities limited on most items. First come-first served. Your chance to save real money on first quality products. Visit our paint department, & COLOR GUIDE Most beautiful and useful.decorating book ever offered. 47 pp. chock full of col~ schemes ~nd painting hints. Umiled quantity. LADDER~ $0"00 VALUE Strong, rugged, reinforced hardwood ladder. Handy sizes for hundreds of uses. HOUSE PAINTS No. 40 for all-white houses, self-cleaning sheds dirt and dust with every rain. No. 42 for white wood areas above brick and masonry~ homes, won, t run or stain. May be tinted. Available in colors S7.OO G~I. Charles Town, :W. Va. $6.so high-gloss finish for wood or concrete floors, steps. Gal., sage"; Mrs. Jack Huyett, blue; Mrs. A. D. Peters, red; Mrs. H. B. Link, yellow. Peonies---Mrs. J. Strider Moler, blue; Mrs. Allen Marshall, red; Mrs. George Mullen, yellow. Iris--~rs. H. B. Link, ;blue Mrs. C. C. Hammann, red; Mrse. Allen Marshall, red; Mrs. C. C. Hammann, yellow; Mrs. George Mullen, yellow; Mrs. A. D. Peters Hen. Mention. Tulips--Mrs.Richard Hart, Hen. Mention. Persian Lilac--Mrs. George Mul len, yellow. Mock Orange--Mrs. H. B. Link, blue. THE BEST FOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES! FR ESH ALEK WILLIAM WEBSTER Alek William Webster, 56, of Charles Town, died Sunday at Ter ra Alta, following an illness sin- ce 1955. The deceased was born in~ Ben- nettsville, N. C., Aug. 12, 1904,-a son of the late Jesse Webster and Elsie Lee Webster. He was em- ployed as a molder at the Powhat. an Brass and Iron Works in Ran- son for a number of years. He was a' member of the Metho- dist Church, the American Legion, the Charles Town Independent Fire Company and was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. El- sie Mae Webster, Charles Town; four sons-Eddie, William Ray- mend, Gerald Philip, Carl Alek and a daughter, Patricia Ann, all of Charles Town. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- al Home in Ranson, with the Rev. Galen Wlghtman, officiating. Bur ial was in Edge Hill Cemetery in charles Town. Bearers, members of the Char- les Town Independent Fire Com- pany were Kable Johnson, Ernest Houser, Jr., Elmo Unger, Rondo Smballwood, Charles H. Coulter, E. L. McDonald. A. B. HUMMER-- : Ambrose B. ville, died Monday morning in Winchester Memorial Hospital after a prolonged illness. He was born Sept. 10, 1880, tn Clarke County, a son of the late John W. and Rose Beemer Hum- mer. He /hurried the former Miss Mabel Jane Barnett who survives. Mr. Hummer was a retired far mer. At the time of his deattt he was a vice.president and director of the First National Bank of Ber ryville, a director of Greenhill Cemetery" Co. and a deacon of the Berryville Baptist Church, He was clerk of the church from 1912 until 1947. Mr. Hum- mer was previously secretary and clerk of the Shenandoah Baptist Association,' secretary of the Elec- toral Board of Clarke County and secretary-treasury of the Berry- ville Horeshow Assn. A funeral service was eonduc- ted Wednesday at 2:20 p. m~ (DST) at the John H. Enders Fu neral home by the Rev. Julian S. Or tell of the Berryville Baptist Church. Burial was in Green Hill Cemetery. He was weii known in Charles Town where he visited on many occasions. fff0CKUP0n POLAR Boxes, WHOLE IL TI STANDING lb. c lbs. c lb. e HOMEGROWN BREASTS, LEGS and THIGHS WINGS lb. c BACKS and. NECKS Ibs. c 10c EXTRA 23 Lb. Average C lbs. c FRESH CORN ON COB, PEPPERS, LETTUCE, SPRING ONIONS, SQUASH, ETC. KIWANIANS GOING TO MARTINSBURG TIIURSDAY Members of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club will go to Martins- burg Thursday evening where they will join with the Martins- burg club in an inter.club meet- PHONE 664 .- WE DELIVER -- RANSON, W. VA. ing, honoring District Governor Keaaetl . Lambext. The meeting