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{ n THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN By Mrs. Stuart CHm Farm Club Meeting The Summit Poi.nt Farm Wom- en's Club met on Thursday even- ing at ,the home of 'Mrs. Robert H. ~ardesty with fifteen members 'and guests in attendance. The meeting was opened wi,bh Devot- ions led b:~ Mrs. George Crim of- APPLIANCES COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "en leg, broken ribs and a badly Mr. and Mrs. WalLer Rutherford Carralee Sma]lwood spen Sunday injured foot in the mishap; Mr. of BerryviHe, Va. were visitors at visiting with the latter's son-~in- Heare escaped serious injury ,but the Light home. law and daughter Mr. ~nd "Mrs. was badly bruised and suffered ,Mr. and ~Ylrs. Philip Creamer Robert Ray a`t taheir ho~ne in rib injuries in the collapse of the and their small daughter Julia Front Royal, Va. scaffolding which was laden wfth Shirley of "Locust Grove" spent "Mrs. Ne:~tie Payne of Pitsburg, building blocks at the itme. the weeke,nd visiting with Miss Pc. arrived here on Sunday ,to Announce Birth of Son Isabel le Hilleary a't her home inspend this week visiting a the Phone 47-F-032 ~Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deck of Warrenton, Va. home of ~VIrs. John "Marshall. A1- Winchester, Va. have announced Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence DeHav so visiting with Mrs. Mars~hall on the birt~h of a son in the Win-en and children Kathy and Karl Monday afternoon were Mr. and ter which the les~on "Accessories chester Memorial Hospital on Sun spe~t Sunday at ~the Glen Echo Mrs. Douglas Jones of Martins- for To-day's Home" was presen- day morning. The new arrival whoAmusement Park near Washing- burg. ted by Mrs. Stuart Crim. At it's has bee,.n named William is the .ton, D. C. The excursion was made Mr. a,nd WIrs. Marshall Jenkins conclusion the roll was called, the second son in the ~fa~mily. Mr. i,.u celebration of Kathy's sixth and their family spen`t Sunday at minutes of 'the lust meeting were Decks mother ,Mrs. J. A. Deck is birthday. .Glen E~ho Amusement Park near read a,ud approved and a report spending some time at ~heir home Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Poston o~ Washinwton, D. C. was made by the treasurer. Sever in Winchester. Gai:bhersburg, "Md. spent Sunday Misses Joann Lemon and ~Mary al items of business were discussed .Mr. ,and "Mrs. Howard L. ~are visiting with "Mr. and Mrs. How- Ellen Shull returned home on Fri including plans for the annual Jr. and sons Los and Jimmy and ard Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and day from Camp Caesar in Web- :~ter County, W. Va. where ~hey family picnic and an all day meet the formers sister and br~ther-in- ,Mr. Skinner Poston at ,the Poston had spe,nt ~,he week attending the ing to be held at ~he ~home of law Mr. and 'Mrs. Creighton home. Mrs. Robert Lig, ht on July 16 for Propps and daughter Trina of (Miss Edith Frazier of Tarpon Isaac Walton Conservation Camp whioh was in session there. the purpose of making cooper Charles Tow,.u s pen't Sunday pic- Springs, Florida arrived here on planters. Following adjournment a nicing at ~the Isaac Wal, ton park Thursday to visit with her sister- pleasant social hour was enjoyed near Leetown. in-law, Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and duri,ng which a "spelling bee" was Guests over the weekend at the her niece and nephew 'Mr. and won by "Mrs. Wallace Snyder and~home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 'Mrs. Stuart W. Crim at "Monee By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr delicious refreshments were served Gibbs were the lat]ters moeher View". by the hostess, assisted by her fMrs. Mabel Hall, her sister and Mr .and Mrs. Graden Vann and sister Mrs. Margaret Kilmer. bro'ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R.children Roberta, Bonme and Gra Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riley and Entertains On Birthday S. Cosby and children Anne and den Jr. (ff Harris~nburg, Va. were children and Mrs. Betty Stanley visitors over the weekend at ~he Little Miss IAbby Stagner whoBobby all of P~ichmond, Va. and l of Charles Town were callers S~n- was five years old on Saturday her aunt a~nd uncle Mr. ,and "Mrs. home of "Mrs. Vann's puren, ts Mr. day afternoon with .Mr. and Mrs. celebrated the occasion by enter- Howard J. "McGinness of Green- and Mrs. Clif`ton Longerbeam and Charles Willis. raining a ,group of youngsters at ville, N. C. Leaving on Tuesday ,their family. The Womens Society ef Christ- "Champaign" .the home of her morning the group will visit re- Commencement Exercises ion Service of the Leetown ~VIeth parents Mr. and Mrs. Clayton la~ives elsewhere in the state re- The Commencement program of Stag.her on Saturday afternoon, turning to t~he Gibbs home for a ,the Vaewtion Bi,ble School which About thirty children and adults further visi`t before continuing on has been in session a't the Bop- were gathered to help her enjoy to their homes, tist Church or ~he past ,two weeks a very happy birthday. Dinner guests on Sunday a`t the will be held t)here c~u Friday even- Injured by Fall home of Miss Frances Coleman ing. The ~pu~)lic is cordially invi- were her cousins Mr. and "Mrs. ted o attend this program. ~Mr. Thomas Henry returned Robert Kelley and their children ~Miss BeVy Lee Glasscock is at home on Sunday from the Charles Glen and Aloha o$ Kensington, ,tending the Presbyterian Youth Town General Hospital where he Md. FeHows~hip Conference which is had been a patient as the result of injuries suffered in a fall on Mr. Findley W. Johnson of Los being held t~is week at ~he *Mas- /Lugeles, California who is visiting sanu.tten ~litary Academy in Wednesday. Mr. Henry and ff~Ir, with his brother and sister-in-law Woodstock, Va. Charles Heare at work ~n a build ing project at t,he Jefferson Mo- Mr. and "Mrs. Carroll Johnson in Mr. and 'Mrs. Wilton ,Henry and Middleway visited the latter par`t son Duo,no visited recently with tor Co. when the scaffold~ing col- of `the week at the home of his the latter's paren.ts Mr. and Mrs. lapsed hurling them both to the ground Mr. Henry suffered a brok brother-in-law and sister Mr. and George French and their family Mrs. Lawrence Grove. On Sun- at l~heir home in Point of l~9cks, To settle the Estate of the late Leonard N. Knight, I will sell the Following Personal Property, located opposite Am- brose Packing Shed, on Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, W. Va., Jefferson County, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1959, BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A, M. (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS Frigidaire Refrigerator, Magic Chef Wood and Gas Stove Combination; Warm Morning Stove, Stove, Wood Stove, Kitchen Cabinet, 2-Piece Living Room Suite, 2 Tables, 2 Stands, Bed and Springs, Bureau, Chairs, Hall Tree, Rugs, 2 Radios, Dishes, and Cooking Utensils. MISCELLANEOUS : Cooler, Sink, Lot of Doors, Windows, Window Facings, Lumber, Anvil Hoes, Scythe, Axes, Hose, Chains, Forks, Ropes, Wheelbarrows, Buggy Wheels, Lot of Tools, including Car- penter Tools, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. 1937 DodgePi kul q'ruc REAL ESTATE: One Track of Land, consisting of 2 Lots, of 120-feet front- age on Jefferson Avenue, 150-feet Deep; One Track of Land consisting of 3 Lots 150-feet frontage on Euclid Avenue, 150- feet deep. TEP~M~:--CASIt--Personal Propcrtey and Real Estate. BEULAH KNIGHT, EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. June 11 and 18-2t. | ulUnll ~ ilnn~ aunl lann~anlm nuunl m munl nu RESULTS? Admrx. Try Dairy Supplements If you use home-grown grains for feeding your cows it's sound practice to use a high protein supplement to provide proper diet balance. Whatever you feed and whatever your require- ments we'll be glad to recommend an effective mixing formula. Wirthmore Dairy Supplements will improve your herd's performance and boost your own profits. Why not try one and check the results for yourself? WIRTHMORE day a reunion of the Johnson f~m Md. ily was held at ,t~he Johnson home ,Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood i,n Middleway cohere a delicious and daughter Sharon and ,Mrs. 'picnic dinner was enjoyed. Those in attendance were ~Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Aguiar, their son-in-law and daughter ~Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Drum and son Jeffrey and 1V~iss Laura Aguiar ,all of Balti-I ,more, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ligh`t a,nd daugher M{ss "Mary Louise IAght of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove their sons, Larry ~nd Richard and their dau ghter Elizabeth of Lee/own and. "Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. ~Messrs. Robert Light .and Skin ner Poston visited on Swturday wit:h the formers 'brother and sis- eer-in-law, ~he Reverend a~nd Mrs. Harry P. Ligh`t and ~heir family at their home in Wes,t Liberty, W. Va. The Reverend Light is mot ing ,his family .this week ~to Char- leston, W. Va. m~here 'he will serve as parish minister under Dr. Tru- associated is the second eargest Methodis`t church in the West Vir- ginia Con, ference and is the one which is atte~uded by Governor Cecil Underwood. Attend Wedding in Fredericksburg A number of friends relat. ices 4tom ~the coXn,mun,ity th~veddiag of;,Miss Anne Moore~ Hardes.ty and Mr. Clarence How- ard Burgin Jr. which was solemn- ized 'at four o'clock on Saturday after,noon in ,the Fredericksburg, Va. Baptist Church and `t'he re- ception whiCh .followed in the did ing hall of Mary Washington Col lege. The bride's cousin ,Mrs. Onza Hya@t was her ma`tron of honor and fickle Wayne Hardesty was .the rin~bearer. ~M{ss Bebty Lee Glasseock played a number of sel eetions on ~he pia.no during .the recel~tion. Those {rom here who FORT DRIVE - IN On Route 340---2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Thurs.- Fri. June 18- 19 Life Magazine Says---"The ul- timate is Scientific Monsters" "WAR OF THE SATELLITES" with Dick Miller-Susan Cabot --ALSO--- "ATTACK OF THE 50 FT. WOMAN" with Allison Hayes The World's Biggest Sensa- tions! ,man Pat~ter. The church wi,thSaturday Only June 20 which .t~he Reverend Light will :be "One by one he broke the Bravados for what they had done to his Woman! Gregory Peck - Joan Collins in "THE BRAVADOS" in Clnemascope and Color --ALSO---- "It's eerie Deaxi~ and just full * ~Ofr high spirits!" *~: "THE SPOOK CHASERS" with Huntz flail and the Bowery Boys Sun. Mon. Tues. June 21 - 22 - 23 "The BIGGEST Western of them all." "The entertainment treat of the year." "THE BIG COUNTRy" odist Church will meet Friday night, June 26 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts. ,Mrs. Arthur H,arrell ef Wash- ington, D. C. visited last week with her sister Mrs. B. H. Riddle- berger in Charles Town. Mrs. Ne:ttie Payne of Pittsburg~h Pc. has been visi`ting with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and her brother Mr. Ed Coyle and other relatives in the county. ~Mr. and Mrs. Benjam4n Cov- ington and son Maury of Myrtle Beach, S. C. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dunaway Lick- lider at "The Cottage". ~Messrs. Stanley and James Rod gers of Was:hi~gton, D. C. were reeen`t weekend guests of their sis ter "Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger in Charles Town. Mrs. F. P. Owens entertained the Jefferson Couney Republican Club at her home "Sunburst Rid- ge" Friday nigh~ June 12. Mrs. J. W. Strider and Mrs. Marshall Glenn a,nd children were callers in the ~ril.l.age Saturday ev- ening. Mr. and Mrs. "Millard Jenkins and daug~,ter of Ranson were visi tors Sunday night wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb and family. Guests Sunday of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles Brewer and family were 'Mrs. Mazie Maphis Shen,ando~h F . SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2--A THURSDAY, JUNE Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mu maw and son of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and family of Martins~burg, 'Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Maphis a, nd daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Custer and daugh,ter of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Logan and tamily of Alexandria, Va. visi ted Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. and dau- ghter Gaff. Little Vicki Lyna Lo- gan remained with her aunt for a 10 day visit. Mr. and Mrs. Logan and son Wayne left Washington Wednesday night by airplane ,for a vacation and a visit with frie~nds in Florida. Mrs. Charles Owens and cJhild- ten s pen~t Sund,ay af~ternoon with 'Mr..and Mrs. A. D. Jones and faro fly of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morela,ud were callers Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. and their granddaughter Vicki Ly nn Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim were callers Suaday evening wi'th Mr. and Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. The Edwards families held a pic nic Sunday evemng a,t ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Those present were ~Ir. za Hyatt of Sacra~mento, Califor- nia, Mr. and Mrs. Julia,n Glass- :cock and dauteh'ter Betty Lee in - company with Mr..and :Mrs. Rob- Lee Wi,~hers and Glennie Wi- .tI2rs of Berryville, Va., 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardes,ty, Mrs. Margare~ Kilmer and lMisses Shir ley .Macough~try and Gussie Mal- ;one. The bride is ~he daughter J of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hordes- ,MarShall Wilson, Sr., Mrs. Marshall Edwards and Mrs. ,Clarence and Mrs. William Mrs. ,Millard Edwards, Mrs. Glenn Edwards, Edwards, Miss Donald Swartz, VickY ry Wilson, Gall Hunter and Jimmy Pvt. Theodore Completes Dental Fort Sam Houston, TNC)-P~t. Theodore 19, son of Rev. and K. Evans, 104 ,town, W. Va recently ~;he eight week den`to] course at Brooke Cer~ter, Fort Sam Evans entered the September and training at Fort jackson, He is a 1957 graduate herdstown High School rended ,Shepherd HOT DOGS with Pepsi Cola - - PEPSI COLA (Plus Deposit), case ROUND STEAK .... lb. 79c SIRLOIN STEAK - - - lb. 79c CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69c LEMONS - - - i2 for CANTALOUPES, large - - 2 fori BANANAS---Golden - - - lb. TOMATOES - - - Cello pkg. GREEN BEANS - - - 2.1bs. FEEDS Phone 73 & 71 Charles Town, W. Va. C O R N ..... 12 for CHUCK ROASTS - - - lb. 49e POTATOES---New U. S. No. 1, 10.lb$ in Color with were in attendance were Mr. and Gregory Peck - Academy L large head 'Mrs. C. T. Hardesty Jr., ~VIr. and Award Winner Burl lves - Esskay's Sun-Up BACON - 2-lbs. 69c ETTUCE--Ieeberg ,Mrs. Charles Triplet`t Hardesty Charlton Ileston- Jean Sire- CELERY---Pascal - - large stalk III and their three children, Mr. mons - Chuck Conners. Roekingham BACON - lb. 59e and Mrs. Harry Athey, ~heir son PLUS--3ColorCartoons ouis and their da ghter Mrs On POTATOES-U. S. No. 1 B Size, 10-1b LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c Brigg's All Meat FRANKS - lb. 59c Dixie Maid FRANKS - - lb. 49e ty of Fredericksburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and Children Bobby and Linda visited on ~unday-afternoon with Mrs. (Fresh'or Smok:d, ;mal aid Lean, LEG OF VEAL ROAST - lb. 59c HAMBURGER--- Fresh Ground Beef - 3-1bs. $1.33 (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) I J :SPEND LESS AND GET NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE--10c OFF NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE---12c OFF MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE - - CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE BOSCUL COFFEE O.& C. 8 .OZ- 10-oz. size . . lb. POTATO STICKS, No. 300 Can - 2 JELLO LEMON CHIFFON PIE FILLING 2 fof LORD BALTIMORE SWEET GERKINS 22-o ARMOURS DEVILED HAM--3-oz. can, 2 fof LORD MOTT SMALL WHOLE POTATOES---I-lb. can, 2 BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOODS, 10 DOMINO SUGAR . . . 5-1bS. (With Purchase of $5.00 or More) MONARCH EVAP. MILK 6 tall PHENI X MARGAI{INE - - DAZZLE BLEACH - qt. be SUPER SUDS - - - large PALMOLIVE--Bath Size--5e OFF 2 S0 TEE TOILET TISSUE 16 rolls ARROW ...... * GUNTHER .... U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" SCHLITZ .... " (6 PACK THROW AWAY BoTTb Wed.-Thurs. June 24-25 "It Scorches the Screen! Lusty ! Earthy ! "THE SHAMELESS SEX" with Yvonne Sanson - Frank Villard. --ALSO--- "GIRL WITH AN ITCH" "An Earthquake of Passion and Violent Emotions." with Kathy Marlow - Robert Armstrong UNCENSORED! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT! l m (Whole or Cut Up) FROZEN Loring ,Snapp a`t her home near Berry~lle, Va. and on Sunday ev- ening the $ormers atmt and uncle Chun King Cantonese Style DINNERS .... 12-oz. 69c HOW MUCH YOUR CAR IS T.V. DINNERS .... Beef, 'Chicken and Turkey - ll-oz. 59c ON NEW DeSOIO? STRAWBERRIES- 10-oz. pkg. 19c IDA MAE PIZZA - - large size 79c ) 29c GREEN t EAS - 2 10-oz. pkgs. In and CUT CORN - - 10-oz. pkgs., 2 for 39c MORTON'S WORTH Cloverleaf ROLLS, doz. to pkg. 21c .... A T .... STEAKS - 8 Servings - 1.1bs. 99e I II OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight PHONE, 401 Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. :Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! ALL POPULAR BRANDS /,