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4 Carson Presents To Her Majesty to have a part in the ceremonies for Jeffer- first Queen of Roses "!day, June 5 at Charles Fire Hall was Town's Mayor Nicholas Who is shown presenting Fuss, the lovely ,With a bouquet of flowers, ! from Sheetz Florists. LL Dorothy Bowers ~Vlrs. Maurice E. Pope, Nancy and Charlot,te, Fritts and Jerry DiN last Su,nday in LarRy, d [Mrs. Clarence Boyd at funeral o,f Mrs. Boyd's late Mrs. Carrie Paul- Tuesday afternoon at T. Strider Funeral Charles Town. Bowers of Bolivar week with her grand- Winerd Bowers and Vacation Bible School at Town Presbyterian Plorence Pc,pc of Harpers Sunday with her ne- phew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Wil [Peanut Hunt, (Boys and Girls) liam Honk and f,~mily. Ot'her re- through 3 years of age-Kay ton- cent visitors wi~t'h the family have gerbeam, a stuffed bear, .through 6 been Mrs. Roger Milbo,urne and :years of age, Brenda Kay Nicewar tMrs. Daisy Molar of Charles Town her, a stuffed dog, Sack R,~ce 6 So and Mrs. Dick Lynch of Ranso~n. 8 years of age, Al,t)hea Ru,therford Mr. Paul Trussell of Chambers- a stuffed bear, 9 ,to 11 years of burg, Pa. spent the weekend withage, Jenniffer Grey, a camera, 12 his brother ~Mr. A~bert Trussell. to 16, David Pine, Badmino,u set. Mr. and /Mrs. Nelson Boyd of Potato Race (Women MyrnaBow "Beallair" near Halltown served ors, a Timex LadUes Wrist Watch. a birthday dinner Sunday in hoe A lamp was won by Alec Costel'lo or of Che la,t, ter's mother, Mrs. J. in the bean guessing ,contest. R. Costello who celebrated her Hamburgers, ,hot dogs, slaw re- seventy fi,fth birthday. Members!ishes, potato chips, scfft drinks of the immedia,te flamfly were pros ~ce cream and cake was enjoyed ent for the occasion. Friends oflater in the afternoon on the lawn t:his commu,ni,ty wish her many at Valley Lodge. more happy birt,hdays. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Kelley of Cha,ntilly. Va. visited Friday even Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimes of ing witch ,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Charles Town were visi,tors Sitar- Boyd and ,family. ,Mr. and Mrs. day evening at ~he home of "Mr. Boyd purchased Che Wagamon and "Mrs. David Penwell and faro- property ,that was sold in fron~ flY" of t, he Court t~Iouse in Charles Visi~tors at the home of ,Mr. and Town Saturday morning at a bid Mrs. Maurice E. Pope ,and ,family of $8,300. on Saturday were Mr. John Pope Ramon Grey lerf,t Saturday for ,and children of Bolivar, "Mrs. Mi- Peterkin Conference Center, chael Rice and son a,nd Jerry Dil- where he will serve as Counselor low of Mount Mission. Miss Clau- for the ,next eight weeks. His bro- det~te Proctor of Charles Town thor Irving is spending ,two weeks was a Friday overnight guest of her uncle, aun~t and cousins. /Mr. 'an(1 "Mrs. Emanuel Orr and son, Larry and /Mr. and ,Mrs. Char los Orr and ,two children of Bal,ti- more, Md. spe,nt Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyd and family. Mrs. Jerry Jones and two sons Donnie and Wayne of Bolivar also spent 'the evenUng her and sisters. Mr. Wallace Obt of Millvi,lle and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ber,n,ard Ott visited Mr. and "Mrs. L. R. Becker and ,Miss Edna O,t,t near H,arpers Ferry Friday morning. Miss Pit Us on the sick list and confined 'to her bed at this tame. Fire Dept. Picnic The annual picnic of ~the Valley Board Corp. was held Sunday af- ternoo,.~ with a good attendance. The softball game played between W. & R. Sales and Valley ]~pard was won by the latter, the score 4-0. Winners of the con,tests and the prizes awarded are as ~ol~ows: Now is ?he t)me for you to pick up some Real Big, V'alues At ''~ ? A NtNS T Pawlin r Tire, Only $15.50 Sizes Available at 10% Disc.) (Ext. - Interior - gal. $3.95 tthere with the Senior High Group. The Willing Workers 4-H Club will have a dance a~t the Bakerton Community Hail, June 26 from 7:30 ~to 10:30 p. m. There will be a cake walk, door prizes awarded and refres~hments will be sold. The price of admission will be t~wen~ty five ce,.n~ts. Mrs. Oliver "Merchant, of Halltown is the leader of the group. Church Notes There will De no Worship Ser- vices Sunday mor,--Ang at the Hail town Presbyterian Church. dun- day School will convene at Che us- ual hour of 10:00 a. m. "Mem!bers of the ,Men's Bible Class ,berlin the painting of ~he Church exCension Sa,turday morn- ing and plan to complete the work this Saturday. At .t~he noon hour ~n Saturdary ~he Women o.f ,the Church served a fried c~cken dinner in the social room of he Church. /Mr. ,and ,Mrs. tester Molar and Miss Esther Pope visi,ted ,Mr. and Mrs. Roger "Milbourne in Charles Town Thursday evening. Pfc. James F. Pope, Marine Corp Barracks, Eighth and I St. Washington. D. C. spen,t several days last week with his pareR,is Mr. a;.~d Mrs. IMaurice E. Pope and family. /Mr. ,and Mrs. Alec Costello and ,Mrs. Edwin Clevenger visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costeilo in Loud Gun HeighCs, Va. Sunday evening. Visitors at the home of /Mr. and ,Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons Sunday were Mrs. Donald Court- nay and family of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ahait and dau ghters and Mrs. Rose Courtney all of Ran'son. Gets Promotion To Airman First Class A/IC LARRY JONES Larry W. Jones, son o,f Mr. ,and Mrs. David Jones o,f Bolivar, was promoted to Airman First Class on June 1 in Morroco. Africa w,here he is stationed as a clerk specialist with the Air Force. He arrived i,u Africa in July, 1958. Jones is a graduate of Harpers, Ferry ,High School, the class of 1955. 129 Charles Town High Students Have Perfect, Faithful Attendance A 'total ,of 129 Charles Town High 'Students finished hhe past school ,term with ei,ther perfect or fait,hfui atte~ndanee records with 43 of ~hem having perfect records. The sophomore class h,ad the ,~est record with a total of 23 hay ing perfect attendance marks and 38 with faithfut attendance. The Junior Class 'had 12 with perfect marks and 28 with faith- ful, while only eig~h,t seniors had perfect attendance marks and 20 had faithful attendance. The ~ist by classes follows: SENIORS Perfect Attenda,nce- S:tephen Bradley, Donald Dris,h, Raymond Riddleberger, Carolyn Rissler, Pa- lricia Willis, Marlene Kisner, An tionnet~e Wil't, Arbutus Wilt. Faithful Attendance-Gerald An tiers, Edward BeEts , Leroy Ches- hire, Richard Chrisman, William Cook, Betsy Cole, Earl Gi,f't, Linda HHI, Betty Kearns, Jean Lorenz, Do~nald Myers, ~Patricia Paterson, Randolph Ridgeway, William Rob errs, John Skinner. Nancy Small- wood, Ralph Stotler, :: Kenneth IL By Miss Dorothy ,I ake" Mr. Foster Kohne Mr. Lee~.Koh Wilt, Thomas Wil~t, Glen Whit~- ne and Mr. Donnie DeLawder off ington. Mathias, W. Va. spen,t ,the week- JUNIORS end with ,Mr. and "Mrs. Edward Ry Perfect Attendance:Sa,m Beeg, man a,nd family. Sunday guests Richard Dailey, Darlene Dillow, were Mr. Otto Ryman and daugh- William Glaize, John Martin, tar/Maida of Ranson and ,Mr. and James McDonald, Shirley McDon- Mrs. George Morison of Charles ough, Wi.lliam Nail, Geraldine Town. Peters, Natalie Warde,u, Carolyn "Mr. and Mrs. Pibtman Russell Ware, Calvin Woodward. and daugh,ter Karen of Winches- Fai~th,ful Attendance:- Sandra ter, Va. visa,ted ,the l:~tters parches Adams, Linda Andrews, Barbara les Town for the weekend. Her son George being home from col,lege. ~Master Bill White Grant, ham underwen~t a tonsilectomy in the Charles Town Hospital Monday morning. The Bible School opened Mon- day mor,ning wi,~h an enrollment of sixty-seven. Mr. and ~Mrs. Ho}mes White re turned Monday from Denver, Col. vchere ~they visited their son and dau~hter-in-luw ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles VChi,te and the two grand children. They were gone Chree weeks. ;Miss ,Mary ~Moore, MUss Francis Moore and ,Mr. Port Moore of Charles Town called upon ,Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sardone and ,Mrs. W. R. i Rarnes Tuesday morning. ~Mrs. Mark Durst ha~ been con- fined :to ,her home for ,ten days re nursing a case of mumps. ',Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernest Wood,worth of Berryvflle called up(~.a Mrs. Earl Granth:a~m Sunday afternoon. ,Mrs. Ellie Haines, Miss Ew Raney. Mrs. George James, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough and f,amily and Tim Hafer were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. ~and ,Mrs. Har- lan Jaznes. !Mr. and Mrs. Ori~ Ri,tter and dau,whters Sandra and R~bin and Mrs. Harry Ritter of Winchester c~lled upon Mrs. H.arl,an James Thursday afternoon. Elizabeth Anne Stagner Given Birthday Party In celebra~tion of her fifth bir- thday l}t~tle ,Miss Elizabeth Anne Stagner was honored at ,a 'party! held on Saturday ~fternoon at ,the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. !Clayton Stagner ~near Summit Poin~t. The yo~ngsters spen,t an en joyable a,f,ternoon at the close of wb.~eh refreshmenis carrying out the birthday motif were served ,by Mrs. Stagner. The young hostess was the recipient ~f many lovely i gi,f, ts and good wishes from 'her guests who were: Terry a~nd Holly Sue Lawson, Pa,ty and Pam An- ders of Charles Town, Kat,hy and Karl DeHaven, Los and Jimmy Ware, Bobby ,and Linda Light, Bonnie Orndorff, Talmadge G.~ass ford, Jeannie, Dorothy and Elle~u Gibbs and Patricia Cheshire of Su'mm~t Point ,and Mesdames Nat Lawson, Randol,ph Anders. Law- rence DeHaven, Howard L. Ware Jr., Robert Light, Donald Glass- ford, Herbert Gibbs, Harry C. Fra zier. Stuart Crim and Miss Edi- bh Frazier of Tarpon Springs, Fla. Holstein Breeders To Meet June 26 At Robert Butler Farm Dr, Harold G. MoulSon, PresU- den~ Eastern taanhandle Holstein Breeders an~nounces a ~wiligh~ me0ting for al~l Holstein breeders Friday, June 26 a~t 7:00 p. m. Standard Time. The place is the RObert S. Butler Fm~n near Mar ,tinsburg on Rou,te 9. The program will include d,aUry cwttAe judging, (~bservatAon of the herd, a~ppearanee of the State Dairy Princess, ,talk by Jack Krause, Holstein Field,man. The Bu'ler dairy herd ~s a high producing herd and should be o,f in,rarest to dairyme~n of the area. Holstein breeders, purebred and ' grade are lEvi,ted to a~ttend this :meeting. This has become an annuai ev- en,t and creates a lot of interest. Thavpe Br(~thers, George Hough, Dr. H. G. Moulton, C. J. ParR,liar, Boyd Bu.tler, Arnetts and Wfl,lard Lloyd are among the ones t~h.z~t h,ave been hos't to t~he group kn the ,past. Paul Frye in Operation Granite Creel With Navy Western laacific (FHTNC)-Paul P. Frye, airman apprentice, USN, son of Mr .and "Mrs. William P. Frye of Shenandoah Junction to June 1, while serving aboard ,the attack aircraft carrier USS Ran- ger in ,the Western Pacific. "Granite Creek" is ,an exercise designed SO ,test the effectiveness of the Navy's aircraft carrier striki,ng force of the U. S. Seventh Fleet in the Far East. The Ranger, which along with SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959 5--A other carriers is providing air might to this coun,try's first ,~ine of defense in the Pacific, is on a rou~ne tour of duty wiVh the Sev en,th Fleet. Millville Methodist Church Is Taking On "New Look" These Days Th ~Mi}lville Methodist Church is ,taking on a "new look" these days. Some trees have been re- moved and a parking lot has been made. The church roof has been painted and some of Che wood work and window sills replaced. The outside wood work is now re- ceiving a coat of vChite paint. The Labor is mostly being d~ne by the ,Methodist Mens Club ,which has shown fine spirit and progress since it was organized in November, 1958. One item of significance is haf~ ~this club has only nineteen members a pres- ent, ,but by the help of God they get the job done. The me,n extend a welcome to anyone desiring So or ehurci], The group meets on the second Friday of each month at 6:30 for a dinner me~ting and then a worship service wP,~ a special speaker. Every man is i~- vited to attend these meeings. W. French Skinner Is Named To State Post By Virginia Health Dept. The Virginia State Depa~%ment of Health has recently announced the appointmen, t of W. French Skinner, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Ski,nner of Charles Town, Director of its Bureau of Laboratories, He is a graduate of Charles Town High SChool, '24 V. P. I. and t~he Harvard School of Public Health. He has been em- ployed continuously in various ca parities in the Bureau of Labor- atories since 1929, except for a ,period during World War II when 'he served as a captain in the Sar~ itary Corps of the U. S. Army. Mr. Skinner lives at 5702 Work Road, Richmond. Va. wi,th his wife the join this ,fine religious club to contact Mr. T. E. Lake, presiden,t former Miss Emma Li,nkous of .or some ether member of the clu~b I Blacksburg. Va. and son Bill. II GET BORROW AND USE TO MAKE FARM OR SAVE CREDIT MONEY JULIAN A. EVERLY WILLIAM D. ttAMMOND Winchester, Va. Shepherdstown 414l Phone MOhawk ') .... .-O ~ Ol or 45 (Home Office) Martinsburg, W. Va. East Boscawen St. Phone AM 7-8011 Ill I II (Limited Colors) gal. $1.20 Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Wil,tshire and Ballenger, Katherine Bierly, Day- son o,.u ,Monday. id Buddenhagen, Larry Burns, ~Mr. and ,Mrs. Clifson Kelican Paul Coffman, Milton Cook. ,Mil- i~ g in Store 10% Discount motored to Bainbridge, ,Md. on ton Cooper, James Coulter, CMvin 'Monday morning to take their son ~leming Jr., Roosevel:t Green, Sus g th-- ~eek. SK/3,Mr. Howardand Mrs.KelicanDaniel back oi an Hamli,n,joanneMarYLemen,Jenkins,olandelJean base. ~".f'.,,"~.~,~'.~.~.~~r.~l~.~,~,'.f.~'~".~'~~~~ urJn e :Entire' Kable, GaryKisner, CharlesLan , x 'Creamer lgdn' : Shop Here For A Meal to Re. and Children visi,ted Mr. and 'Mrs. Mangrum, Rufus Park, Richard Tony~D'Angelo Jr. a~d son on Poston, Robert Robinson, William RAL USED LAWN M WERS /Monday evening. - ner,San~mierMa.nningAnna Sinesmith,.Robert Skin : member! Juicier Meats, Fresh- $ Ro~bert O $1 .0 to ,$35.00 Mrs. Thomas Lake Jr. ann er Foods, Lower Prices! children Tommy, Sandra and LiE Smi,th, Norman White. _ . d a and Miss Frances Danner of SOPHOMORES : For Father s Day and Everyday UsedtME-.-.~ .~EAL~BUYS ,.HERE..v-vvv Brunswick, Md. visited,,, ,Mr. and Perleat Attendance- Alice Bane Pamper Dad with Wonderfu! ~ .=,, ,Mrs. T. E. Dike and ;Miss Do~ Ray Beahm, Nancy Chapman, :: ................. ;~ .::-~.~:: ~- THEM) on Saturday eve,Ring. Barbara Coulter, David Dinow, Meals at Our Wonderful Every ..... : ...... % S !Mr. ,and /Mrs'. J hn Glover Sr. Herber:t DiRges, Alice Ann Ed- ' spen't the weekend ~vi.t~h ~heir son wards James Edwards, Danny day Low, Low Prices! .~ ~~ and d'au~hter-ln-law ,Mr. and Eismon, ~arold Gray, Carolyn l. ttefri erafor . 5.nn ,Mrs.wheaton,LOUiSMd.Olover ,and children of KittyOriffith'sue MarYKite, EvelynLUiSeLloyd,JenkinS'wil ~-~-.~..,~.~.~,,~e.~-.~.~-.~.~.~-~-~-.~e..~.~~~~ " Used Automatic Washer $70.00 /Mr. and /Mrs. Elmore Wanner iiam Mataha, Kay'Myers, Charles 'and son Freddie Lee of Lovc:~tts- Ot,t, Kemnet:h Oden, Mifflin Ott, RED RIPE! : Used Electric Range - $55.00 ville. Va. and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Jim IAnda Poole, Leroy ~idgeway, ~n:a 4RI0,N HALF .................. ............. ::~::'*~ Wiltsh~re and children f Ransn Ruth Ann S~taubs' Ruby W'hi't"WAT " New CommiEs Max Saws $35.00 visited Mr. and ,Mrs. L. E. Wilt- more. hire 'and son on Tuesday evening. FaiChful Attendance-Susan Acos ._____ 0il d fi 10% SherryLou and Bet'h Ann John ta, Hazel Anderson, Judy Beeg, S---~~I)~= all r~ ase [ iscount son of Martinsburg are sl~endi,ng ,Dinda Bell, William Bennett, El- : ,this week wi:th ~heir 'grand~)aren~s eanor Bradley, Ella /May Bu.tler, :Mr. ,and ,Mrs. ,D~wey 'Meadows. Mary Cheshire, Mary Corder, Jos LBS. PLUS Many, Many More Big B'ar- Mr. and Mrs. William Ainswor-eph Cross, Jimmy~:)uiley Barbara .th of Charles Town visited /Mrs. Da, wson, Nancy Dinges, Philip T AGED gains ---oDnrin~~ ~_ .Tnv~ntorv Week... James Lilla and sons Jay ,and Drish, James Ebersole, Sandy En- V~nce on Tuesday evening. ,his, Carol Fritts, William Fritts, ~k~kT~k~. ~kL~/~k=k~ll~NA URALLY ,)lie Here Early.A. _. Remember---You Can Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Dike visited I~bert Gardner, Susan Gibson, ONE PAcKE! ,F ll "Mr. and "Mrs. Ralph Shipe a~nd Eleanor Graham, Harry Kable, [ FRF RI: RIB ROA --nu a wa. s ,Mrs. F annie Shire of Shepherds- Carolyn Lehman. James Leman.: 'I , ,town on Sunday ,afternoon. P~tricia Ann Meadows, Joseph It For Less at Your Friendly ,Mrs. Michael D'Ange~o who was Orndo:ff, Donald Pit, Betty Pos- I~ OF DAD S FAVORITE a p~tient in ~he Charles Tgwn ton, James Robinson, Genevieve 1[,~)1 b[Q~l ~ . General Hospital for nine days Rotruck,slusher, ThomasThmas Stocks,RUSSell' DonnaPeggY ~,~ A CIGARETTES With Each Order of TO E T RIGHT returned to 'her home on Sunday. ,Mr. Gilbert Dodso,n who had Tierna~n, James Viands, Charlotte $5.00 or Over. been a patient a Newton Baker Welsh, Richard Wilson, Dewey Hospi,tal is now recuperating ~t Haaifan. LB. es Town Cooperative 'I }IONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. has home. ~~-~f~ Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt and son of ,Chestnut Hill visi~ted ,the ' litters parents Mr. and Mrs. Moss k L I B B Y S Ranal'li on Saturday. , Mrs. Randolph Barnes ~ 303 For R Mr, and ,Mrs. Fre--'------d We!ant and ' U.S. SIZE son IMidhael of Bal~ti~nore, Mr. and ~~- NO. 1 Mrs. Bili PiiferandsonBillyspent ~. (~ LBS. !Sunday evening wi!t~h Mr. ,and Mrs. BAKE DAI) HIS FAVORITE CAKE! Earl Smith .'.Mr. and ffvIi"s. Richard Nicode- ~ .~ Charles T0wn :mus enter'tained at a family din- GRADE "B" BETTY CROCKER !,uer Sunday. The guests ,were ,Mrs. C ~l For Demo Nicely, ,Mrs. G. C. Pifer, Mason Pifer, Wayne laifer, Debbie ,Pifer, Mr. and Mrs..Delbert /Mc- LBS. , Fillan, Mr. ,and Mrs. Andrew ton ~'.,~S'.~@*~e'~'.f'~'~'~.~.,f~'~'~.~.~.~.,~'.~.~.,~.T,e'~~ .~,'.~'.~,~f'.,~e'.f..~ gerbeam and children, Mr. and .~-~ EXTENI) O C R ~x'~"-~z~x~a'~x~-~a'~zL~x'JZ~'~ AN|) ~[,.Mrs'RbertLeightandchitdren MARKET ANI~~~ ~2~ ~]h~ 4"~&~TI:DATITI.ATT&~T~ ,an,d Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pifer and i Mr. Findley Joh,nson, Los Angel EST WISHES TO THE J. C. I ENNEY COMI ANY s, Cal. came last week to visit his brother Mr. Carroll Johnson .Mrs. Randolph Barnes, Mr..and ON THEIR FINE ADI)ITION TO THE GROWING und sister "Mrs. Lewis Light. RUSINESg....__ , :Mrs. J. G. Sardone were Sunday ~~ ECTION OF CHARLES TOWN. IT inner gues,ts of Mrs. D. C. LyRe :at BatbleSo,wn Inn in Berryville IS PROGRErS ,SUCH AS TH , THAT WILL HELP Miss Ciemye Baker spen:t Su.n- ISS Jefferson Avenue and Route 9---Across From Legion Field. day with her sis, ter Mrs. Clarence MAKE OUR 1 OWN i BIGGER AND BETTER s'w 'r't friends ~)nin~hBerryville%l~ildTOcWar~ied~hursday~pOn "'" AMPLE FREE PARKING --- morning. SHOPPING CENTEI FOR EVERYONE IN W!tIS i ,Mr. and /Mrs. Kennet'h Hil,leary PHONE 287-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. were in Baltnnore Sunday. ~kll~A. Mr. J. C. Ro,bert, ~f Arlington called upon frie.nd~ Sa~'~,'day. I Mrs. A. C, Halvo~a w~= _b) Char !:ii!il ! ~i/ } )i/