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I RIPPON ]thersDaySunday, Junel9, when R C I |a family get-together with a pie- |nic was held at the home of his Mrs. Austin Nieodemus Ison and daughter-in-law, Mr. and "Mrs. Linwood Swartz. In addition ByMrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777-- ~ " " : ...... : to a bountiful picnic dinner there Dr. and Mrs. William Dillon and was a birthday cake with pink anti a~:-=:.',~g~.,i~;.~lg.~:7~:~4~:::~.~ll ~.~mg~.'~:i~.,~.'Ti.'.~:~.~:!.~.~ son, ttarris Dillon, of McLean, white trimmings to top off the School Closes IAttle Miss Julie Creamer and: Va., and Miss Brooks Harris, New occasion. Those who helped Mr. The Vacation Bible School her brother, John Philip, were York City, were recently weekend Swartz celebrate were Mr. anti had been in session at the overnight visitors on Saturday at guests of "Rippon Lodge," at the Mrs Charley tIare and son. Rum- Church for the past two the home of their aunt and uncle, home of Mrs. H. Byron Harris and ty, of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. was concluded with a Par- Mr and Mrs. Raymond Creamer Mrs. Florence Long Eddie Bayliss and three chil. superintendent of the Jun. assister by Miss Liskey, Mrs. Woodrow superintendent of the Pri- )artment, assisted by Rogers and Mrs. Owen superintendent of the Department, assisted Mrs. Joseph Henry and Mrs. coughtry. Night program presented in and family. Michael Allen, son of Mr. and dren, Sandra, Cloy, Sylvia, of Ber- aur( L on Friday evening. At Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry Mrs William Allen, who has been ryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. tterman time a program of readings have purchased a mobile home stationed at New LondotL Conn., Swartz and son, Richard, Mr. Wil- group singing, in which the and are now in residence adjacent in the Navy, was home on a three- liam Costello, of Washington, D. classes participated, was pre- to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- day pass recently. C., Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jenkins, and the work in which the seph Henry, Jr Mr. and Mrs. I William F. Allen, Jr., finished of Waldorf, Md, Mrs. Katherine had been engaged dur Henry were married two months his basic training in the Navy at Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ilerb Crinl, the two weeks was on display, ago, but the announcement was Great Lakes, Chicago, and was of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Bible school had been under not made until the bride, the for- home for six days on leave with ljam Banks and son, Zilly, of Bal- direction of Mrs. Millard mer Miss Betty Lou Jenkins, was his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William timore, Md., Mrs. Elinor Bulter, of with the capable assist- graduated from Charles Town lAllen, Sr. i Berryville, Va. of Miss Rebecca Dunn, su- Itigh School earlier this month. ] Had Heart Attaekl - ..... seized I ~.of the Intermediate Mr. Richard Schmidt returned M,. ,~~'-"-,, ~,,,y,,U..~a ,,~.~ D0n|ev' Host Mrs. Elwood Che- home on Saturday from Roches-! with a very vere heart attack on Pifer. The Reverend The Misses Lucy and Alice Williams served as the Farnsworth, of Washington, D. C., fist for the sessions, and Mrs. spent several days last week vis- e~ Jenkins was in charge of iting at the home of their sister daily refreshments. On and brother, Miss Edna and Mr. sday morning the youngsters Holmes Farnsworth. treated to a picnic lunch A joint service for the eongre- d them by Mrs. Paul Ham- gations of the Church of the Holy Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and Mrs. Spirit and Grace Church, Middle- st Rudolph. Forty young- way, will be held at the former were enrolled for the V.B.S. at 10 o'clock on Sunday, June 26. had an average daily at- The following Sunday a joint serv, of thirty-three. ice will be held in Middleway, Nell Hobson and brother, conducted by Dr. Charles Ather- ~ie, of Purcellville, Va., in ~on, assisted by the new rector, nPany with Mrs. Norman the Reverend Mr. Brooks, who ce, Jr., and small son, of Lan- will be in residence here by , l~:d., were visitors on Tues- of last week at the home of July 1. Shirley Macoughtry. I Work will soon be completed on and Mrs. Matthew Bittle the extensive remodelling and re- two children moved on Sat- decorating which has been in into the house vacated sev- progress on the Riley home Which weeks ago by Mr. and Mrs. was purchased last month by Mrs. Yarbro and their daugh- Wentzel Habel. When the work i. [ is completed Mrs. Habel and her and Mrs. Thomas Harcle.I mother, Mrs. Louise Muller, will Randolph Smith, Jr., and Miss Club. Elizabeth R. Smith were amongI The meeting will feature a the guests. I Junior Holstein show this year Mrs. Charles Adams and two with 4-H Clubs and Future Farm- children, Chuckle and Martha, were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams to Walkers- ville on Sunday afternoon. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaha, of Walkersville and on returning home they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ma. gaha and family, of Frederick, Md, They were accompanied by Darlene Magaha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha to spend a week's vacation with her aunt and uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Adams. A Faither's Day dinner was en- joyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo in honor of the latter's father, Mr. Elmer Jones, of Hagerstown on Sunday, Those present were Mr. and Mi's. Raymond Kershner, Mr. and Mrs. oi', of Amorica rneThber ekhiblt. ing their dairy Project animals. Show starts at 8 p. m. Dr. R O. Kel}ey, State Extension Specialist- Dairy, will be the official judge. Robert Butler, president of the local organization will preside at the meeting. Officials in state, regional and national Holstein or- ganizations will appear on the program All persons interested in dairy are invited to attend. Local Southern States To Hold Election At Meeting, August 10 The local Southern States Co. operative annual membership meeting for the Ranson area will be held August 10. This decision was made by lo- cal farmer-members at a recent annual meeting planning confer- ence held by Southern States Charles Town Cooperative. Special features of this year's session will be the reports on Southern States Cooperative and the local Agency operations for the fiscal year which ends June 30. In addition there will be elect- ions and other business matters. Members will elect two new board members and two new farm home advisory committee members. i954 Harpers Ferry High Graduating Class To Hold Reumon June 25 The 1954 Itarpers Ferry grad. uation class of tlarpers Ferry ttigh School will hold it's first class reunion on June 25th, a! Cliff side Restaurant. Social time at 6:30 and dinner served at 7:15. If you plan to el- tend and haven't made reservat- ions, contact: one of the reunion committee, Chum ttooe, Betty Biller or Joan Pope. Dr. Pringle Receives Masters Degree From i Temple University Dr. William G. Pringle, III, of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., son of Mrs. Nancy Rutherford of the Leetown Road, Charles Town, has received a Master of Science in Orthodon- tics from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Pringle was graduated from Charles Town High School in 1952 and served three years in the U. S. Marine Corps. tte attend ed Shepherd College and received a Doctor of Dental Surgery De- gree from West Virginia Univer- SPIRIT OF JE FFERSON FAI RS ADVOCATE THU ] TL 1966 A--3 si,ty in 1963. l,,in ,e ,s ,narric, to ,he Miss Betty I. Dawson former Mi~s I.ucy Brown of Mor- ~antown lie plans to practice in IC Rr|~ ~1~ |an~|ne St. Louis Missouri this sumn]er, b) ilillUb I'll. JbDIRIII3 Mecklen-b--urgC-hapter 31 in Hagerst0wn Rites Installed 66-67 Officers Mecklenburg Chapter No 31. R. A. M., of Shepherdstown last Friday elecled and installed the foth)wing officers for 1966-67. Charles N. Musser, M. E. ttigh Priest; D. Frank Hill, Jr, E. King; Robert R Darr, E. Scribe; Cletu.~ D. Lowe, P. tl. P., Secre- tary; Richard It. Crane, P. It. P, Secretary. Officers appointed were: Horace L. Cook, Captain of the ttost; Walter T Caton, Principal Sojourner; John W. Itendricks, Jr., Royal Arch Captain; Virgil L. Maphis, P. tt P, Master of 3rd Veil; H Eugene Fletcher. P. tI. P. Master of 2nd Veil; Keener W. Eutsler, P. II. P., Master of Ist Viel. tIoward K, Brown, Eminent Grand High Priest; Lee Hammer- sla, Past Grand ttigh Priest; and Alonza Puffenberger, Grand Mar- shall, all of Martinsburg, made the installation. Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Dawson, Route l, Charles Town, announce the marriage of their daughter, Betty Jean Dawson to Mr Thomas McI,ane Jenkins, son of Mrs. Pearl Jenkins, Summit Point. The wedding took place on March 6th in ttagerstown, Md. Mrs. Jenkins is a 1966 graduate of Charles Town ttigh School Mr. Jenkins is emph)yed with Miller and Long Construction Co. They are residing at their newly fur- nished home in Beltsville, Md. Close For Vacations The Jefferson County Chapter's office of the American Red Cross in Charles Town, will be closed from June 27 through July 8 for the annual vacation period, it was announced this week by Mrs Gar- land tleflebower, Jr., executive secretary. Persons needing emergency Red Cross help should call 725- 7942 or 725-2166. T ............ HURRY! You're Sure With Lancaster Brand! BE A LUCKY N WINNER! LAST WEEK TO REDEEM YOUR WINNING QUIK- CASH CARDS ! *?'2:I ~", ilfARK~TJ~ FRESH! FRESH! ACME FRESH! of Hagerstown, Md., visited move there from the home owned Jeane Speaker and daughter, Kay the past weekend with the by Mrs. Muller's daughter-in.law, and Billy Wagonhaffer, of Ha- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Anthony Hankey, where they gerstown. Also Mrs. Hunter Dunlop. at "The have resided for the past year. Lloyd, of Middleway, was a Sun- Miss Deborah Cheshire has ac. day afternoon guest of Mr. and I Kate ..... ..... a cepted employment at the Job Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. :t on Saturdav from""the Corps Center near Zoar in the Mrs. Herman Copley and daugh- , - - " ...... capacity of a clerk-typist, entering ter, Cheryl, of Baltimore, Md, are she beene:amle iOaS ai upon her duties there immediate, spending their vacation at the FRESH, f---- .,. .......... v - ly upon the close of the school home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,,, wec . term at Sheepherd College Lewis Carroll : JUICY, ng Europe I ...... :-" I-- -A pre-nuptial miscellaneous i: WHOLE SW[ET -tbs. J pmeopal t;nurcnwomen leet i M" s ;. Joseph T. Crane, Jr, of ......... shower and coffee was gven ~,l)on " hot a .... ht,~,. ~i~ Tne ~:plscopaz t;nurcnwomen oz Patricia Wilkins Wednesday bv SOUTHERN eth Crane and her youn er . ......... Mrs. W. R. Crablll of Sheridan " meet at 8 0 CLOCK D;b'l" on Tues- Yen r Pal P nt John, sailed from.. IewYal ................ A ue and M s. ph . You , , ROmAsW.T r my a, at me home ecently to spen~'t~lx w6~ ~.:..... " [Handley Blvd., Mrs. Robert Ran- -- .. .......... GOLDEN --$9 ring England and the Euro- uz : "dolph Smith and.daughter;Eliza- .. . . t continent . mr. and M rs-- tu.art Er{m. ana beth R: Smith and Miss Elizabeth ff gey ff $age ......... m ,., . mrs harry raz]er oz monte ibl ! and Mrs" Norman Michael, . . " ,, ...... M, Smith,were among the ;guests. B'qI I FDI II ll llINlll P ...,,.o-O6C ugusta, W. Va., spent Sunday views, were ,vm~OrmSeoOn ~unaay A. commeIlcement party was FRESH SLICED FROM ACME'S 1 , ClL~XlLUqdXX CZ~ ~1~ ~L u~o v~ &v&~ cillU "ng at the home of the latter s ......... 1" _ _.., given-at the home of Mr.av;d. Mrs. SERVICE DELICATESSEN!. . Ln-law and daughter, Mr. and mrs._fnorn}on tannzy Legter Dallas, Kibier in hon0r:of Ihir ctl Loaf ............ c I and Mr,anamrs dacoo v:ggoorn Elwood Cheshire and chil ..... " [their daughter; Miss: V2den0e 6ermonBeiogM ; : ... .45 o , L in l~Ollvar Deborah, Johnny and Pa- _. .. ....... [Cheyenne Kibler.s graduati0 a Tne everenu ann mrs. unarms "The,, e"tertk ned ' classmate"; " F i ' "a r " " ' ' , O' SAVE 10" SAVE 20" rs Reckley moved on r day to the Donald Whittington and l, . . .. , f ._ fmends ,end"relatives at theii" , LEAN LANCASTER BRAND lren, Pamela, Darryl and[ erKeley pr!ngs area. wnere me home following Commencement FIRESIDE* ~ Vacuuml cked! former has oeen asslgnea to a .LICED LUNCH Y Sue, of Halltown, were re-I . I Thursday eveiling. , Roses apd visitors at the home of her new charge. - [snapdragons we 'e .usedl on. the C (SLICED PICNICS .. 42 ) 'nts Mr and Mrs John Hen- 4-H Meetln I tables with candles Cake, nuts, O 'n Sunday afternoon Mr and[ Th~ Busy Bees 4.H Club met[mints, cookies and, punch we~" " ' -~" t' ...... [ [ MEATS ..... Henry were visitors at the on Wednesday- -" evening of last served during the 'e'venlng,', ,. . .Mr. }ii FRESH UEIT ..... ,.~o~,~ ~v~ C e of Mr. and Mrs. George week at the home of Kathy andland Mr&' Austin,Nlcodemus ,at- and family near Point of Karl DeHaven with ten members tended the pa ty of.thqir:rniece. . c s, Md. = I nnene [in attendance.by in ,in ,The"westmeetingvir inlaWaS [,Mrs.. R obert.Ran'dolph Sm}.th, ..lb . _ . _ ". and Mrs. =arl Anderson, of I Jr., and =iss .Elizabeth M.. smim ,. : , wtux, Reynolds Wrap .... ,=..59 n " ' -" - -" " '=" " " Io-ox. can 16-oz. can" 1 dad' Fla., were vlsztors on I Bo,,o o an Girls" followed the [ attended the, miscellaneous ,show- ( ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' " ' -i "--C : Y of last week at the home l Pled ,e t- the Flag and the 4-H t er and Coffee at .Wayside inn, Paper Napkins ....,- 'z_ ae latter's, aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I Pled ,e after which Kathy De. ', Middletown, Va., given in honor SLICED SWORDFISH .......... ,.69' I , .... fence Grove. Also visiting l Haven'r, ad,. ,.., from Proverbs 23.7, ,[f Miss Patrieia. Walkinsby Mrs. --F~'e-'shTCB~k--~d-BTV't~gi~ia'L'e~.~-.----" M acJe ...... =49" Groves recentl were Mr and David Shoemaker and daughter, - k . Y . I and a short inspirational entitled i--, . . : . aemo,vesws~t**t.omsrvte~,,to.~surmsr~ Alton Grove of Leetown and ,, , ,, V:alth of Wlncnester, va Lo ....... Thoughts, concluding the De, , SUI~EMIOtDFASHIONEOHOMESTYLI~ h Spr 1-~. C ~vtt.... , u,se L,gn, anq.aaughter, votions with a prayer and the :Pol~Reunioi~ ' " BREAD .......... er G= ntPoas2 39" l;gry LOUiSe mgm, ot mar- Lord's Prayer. _The roll wast The reunion of the Pope fam- FROZIN FOOD VALUESI cauea, the minutes oz me Last in wa. h-la Sunday :h,n la at JustH tn'Eat... ...... .4S" SU RTImlSSALADllBIL. D a ,, ~, ,*'-"- -'- ,r, ..u..,- .-, tr,.~,Sv~w,~,.~,~&s~el ouglas Brady, who had meeting were read and approved the hnme af Mr and Mrs Fred W FrozenMeafQu;ddes... Donvls w~,u~ ............... 4 h'r(*!~ emdAoneHostl~flxi~s nv,seo r~ .. v .., u V .... ~v v * ' WIAL OOALfl~r ]siting his mother, Mrs. Us- and a report was made by the pnn~ ,,Thr,~,~ Oak,~e" l~r~mmilla LANCASTER BRAND GRAWWITH ,~. C Urady, while recuperating treasurer aand several items of=:=-=.==a:.='. AppleSauce ...... 3--49 s . . Va. Thu.~ a ......... , w ........ TURUY'~'* 69 --'-"--' - ---- turgery, left last week to re- business were d,scussed.. Plans and Dallas Kibler and six H e}nzS_oups .... u ms nome in tsaltimore, were made for the group to noza children, Dallas Eynon, Cheynne, 24b. a swimming party at the Jeffer-Freddie Euie, Robin, Richard td~ ~~72~ 4"--'43" and Mrs. Grady J. Owens son County Park in August, and Kibler, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herbert .... Tracey Lynn, of A1. to hold a public meeting some Pope and four children, Linda, "*'** Va., were visitors over Weekend at the home of the er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Owens Also visiting Mrs. Owens on Sunday were the latter's brother. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rissler and daughters, the Patsy, Jane and Susan of Charles Town. Redly Damaged in Accident time in September. There being no program planned for the eve- ning, the meeting was adjourned and a recreational hour was en. joyed during which delicious re- freshments were Served by hosts, Hoppy Kercheval and Bobby Glass ford, 4-H Sponsors Clean-up Campaign Members of the Busy Bees 4-H Club assembled on Saturday Robert Burch was fortu- to gather up the bottles, cans and escaping serious injury in paper littering the streets and car collision on Sunday roads in the village. About six which resulted in ex. bags Of unsightly debris dropped damage to his automobile, by careless litterbugs was re- which occurred be- moved and to the group should and Middle- go a vote of thanks for its efforts is reported to have hap- to beautify the community. Those when a car attempted to taking part in the work were the one being driven by Mr. Sharon Smallwood, Sue Snyder, on a hill. Ten persons Betsy anal Judy Walker, Theresa injured in the crash, eight Jenkins, Beth Snyder, Hoppy Ker- cheval and their leader, Mrs. Wal- were treated in the lace Snyder. ;ency room of the Charles General Hospital and re- I, Mr. Burch being among ro.p. I Youth Center To Have ' John Hendrmks of Shep- town was a recent visitor at Series Thursday Dances 0me of her sister, Mrs. Tho. [ "emen and family. Mrs Lem- A series of Thursday night is been engaged to assist in~ dances will be staged at the Jeff- cad Start program, and en. erson County Youth Center be., i Upon her teaching duties in ginning this evening, wlth the es Town on Friday. "Tempos" providing the music ! Mrs. Allen Timbrook, for dancing from 8:30 Umil 11:30 rare, Md., were over- p m. Admission is by member- tors on Saturday at the ship only, it was announced by the letter's brother and Mrs. Leeds Riely, president. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy The dances will be held each and on Sunday visited Thursday night from now through Mrs. Elwood Cheshire September 1, with different nms. ical units playing for Michael, Gearry, Andrew Pope, of Boyce, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Pope and four ters, Nancy, Joy, Mary Lee, Lynn, Betty Joe, of Front Va., Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Mella and two sons, Paul and Terry, of Falls Church, Va., .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pope, of Brucetown, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, of Mid- dleway, Mr. and Mrs; Garland J. Pope, two sons, Rickey and Wayne Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lue Hart and five children, Sherry, Brenda, Fritzie and J. Frank and Karen Hart, Mr. Roy Good, of Berryville, Va., and Mr. Garland McFillen: and Mrs. Ruth Bell and Sweet @teen Pec .. 89* |~tEAJ[, FROZEN SLICED Strawberries .... ..o.... 79' PIN( OR I~I|TE I.I[NONADE OR ASS~. |omoea Drl#ks ,~c~r~ .... '~-- 10' BIRDS EYE FROZEH VEGETABLE SALE! Ipmu lk cmmu I~m & P, kle~ bc~sm, Yotm Ihalmm~ c~4a ~$~ TIM[ Y|T TO CNECR ACME DAIRY LAND YALU|$1 WEEKEND COFFEE SALE! Regular or Drip Grind IDEAL 3 $' COFFEE "" st MAXWELL HOUSE 2 ICE CREAM NA~UtA~ SUClD Muensl~r eh, e~ ~,39~ M~LO O~ll~w(k*~4..~ St' anamm Relis 2 Your Choke of Flavorsl GI.ENSiD4[ IDEAL Half Gal. lamlf Gol. I-e, C Orange Juice ..... 2'--69 Pineapple.., ..... 79" Hormel Spam ...... K~NGS~OI~D~$ Charcoal ............ ' 59c tOUIU~ Milk 6' 91 ~At, G~At TRS Margarine ....... V/rg/n/a Lee Snack Sales Pretzels ............ : 35" ,A/II~LY $ti~,, * YIRGIHIA LEE Potato Chips .......,=.-99*