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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCATE JUNE 25, 1959 J--A WEEK'S NEWS IN b Stuart Crim Bible School spon- the Methodist and ,Epis- :will ,convene at Church at 9:00 on Monday morning, Sessions will be held .from 9:00 until for the ensui,ng two All children in the .corn- are invited .to attend Transportation ar- are being planned and ,who ~ou,ld iike to sohool b,xt lack tra.ns- requested to contract Samuel Butcher. :Will 'be held for ,children beginning wi~h the group. Otis of Wynnewood, ~here on Friday after- visit with her cousin 'Mr. Philip Creamer at "Lo- Visiting over the wi,t~h Mr. and Mrs. Cream 2Ir. and Mrs. Augustus Pearisburg, Va. and on (Mrs. ~red Paterson and daughters of C'hapel and (Mrs. TaMey Moore Alice of Columbia, to spend t'his week ~,t ,their home. at Bridge Thomson en,tertain- friends ,at a dessert brid ~t her home on Saturday Those playing were :Moore and Miss Mar of Gharqes Town, Williams of Berry- Miss Edith Frazier of .Fla., ~Vliss Jane Was~hin.~ton, D. C., Mrs. and ,Mrs. Edward of Summit Point. H. Snyder returned Week from Nokesville, she had spent several wi,th her brother-in- sister-in-law, 'the Rever.- ~rs. Roy Vernon and daughter ,Margaret moved there recently former home in Iron Mrs. Clayton Stagner IAbby .and Scotty with Mr. and Mrs. their d,aughters Terry ue a.nd Natalie and Mrs. of Charles .Town in Chambersburg, they were guests at the the i a tter' s son -i n - la W and their f,amiIY):i~ .and Johnny, child- and ;Mrs. James T. of Alexandria, Va. ng with their grandmo- J. C. Brecki~ridge at Ware of Waynesboro, a visitor over the week- home of his sister and n-law .Mr. and :Mrs. Rob .and t/heir Chi,ldren Bob- "Bill" enlisted re- 'the United State Air expects to leave on Wed begin 'his basic traini:ag Air Force Base near *nip, Texas. Also visi,ting home on Monday Light's sisters, Mrs. and her son Johnny Pa. and Mrs. Crei and daughter Trina Town. at Birthday Dinner her husband, Heare and 'her fa,ther Swartz, .Mrs. Charles at a family at 'her home on Sun presen,t in additio~ ~o Phone 47-F-032 Mr. He,are and their son Rusty were Mr. und Mrs. Herman Swartz and son Richard of Ri,ppon, ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Linwood S~vartz of Char- les Town, Mrs. Ed4ie Baytiss and children, Sandra, Clay and :Sylvia of Berryville, Va. and Misses Shar on Smallwood, Betty a~d Kay Jen kins of Sumimi~ Point. Also visit- ing at ,the Heare home on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Snowden Levi of Berryville, Va. :and (Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Small- wood. Mrs. R. C. Tompkins and her infant son returaed recently to their home "Ro~ton" ~from the VCinChester (Memorial Hospital vChere the b~by Roy Christopher Jr., was born on June 9. Recent visitors at the home of Mr..and .Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins were the latter's sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wagner of York, Pa. and her brother and sister-i~-la,w Mr. and ,Mrs. Irvin SmiVh of Baltimore, ~id. Mr. and (Mrs. Thom~as Barton and daughter Tana of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday at the home of Vhe 1.~tter's sister and brother-in-law ~Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. Mr. and 'Mrs. WilLliam Zombro and daug~ater R~bin of Charles Town spent Sunday visi~i,ng wi~h the tatters parer~ts l~ir, and 'Mrs. Charles Roberts and 'their f~mily. ~i6tle ~iss Kennon ,Grove o,f Winchester, Va. and her ,cousin Johnny Grove also of Winchester spent several days last week .visit ing wit~ their gra,ndm~;her Mrs. W. B. Grove a~ "Hawthorn". Misses Lucy and A~ice Yarns- worth of Wa~hingrton, O. C. visi- ted over the weekend at the home, of their sister and brother (M:iss F_,dna and ~VIr. Holmes Farnsworth. Recent dinner guests at ~le home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hin ton were ~he Taunters brother-in- lww and sister (Mr. and Mrs. Or- la,.'~ Johnson with their son-in- law and daughter 'Mr. and (Mrs. Jerry Beydler and their son all of to conduct ~he sercice and to eel ebrate Holy Communion on Sun- day morning, June 28th. The ser- vice will be held at 11:00 o'clock EST, rather than ~t the custom- ary 2:30 o'clock. Rondeau Wins Another Ribbon At Winchester Rondeau, the prize-winning Keeshond, ~horoughbred dog, be- longing to Mrs. Kenn.a Alger of Charles Town, has won another top award in a showing, this ime ,a~ ~he Winchester Si'm,wnee Ken- nel Clu,b ~now held in Winches- tar, Va. May 24. Rondeau won a first prize rib- bon as the best dog in the show and also the best breed of dogs in the show. The first time Rondeau showed at t/he Bal~timore Kennel Club show he won ~ third prize ribbon. The second show he participated in ~t the Harirsonburg 'Kennel Chit show he was awarded a sec- ond prize ribbon. He rasp won a ribbon in the National C api~tal Kennel Club show. IL By Miss Dorothy Lake . Vacation School Closes Berryville, Va. ;Mr. and Mrs. Garnet ,Small:wood :day, June 21 at 7:30 p. m. Work of Alexandria, Va. visited on Sun w~i~h was done during the week ~lay at ~he home of the ~ormers was on exhibit in the church base The Vacation Church School of ,the Millville Methodist Church held its closing exercises :(~n Sun- brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phili~p Smallwood. Li,ttle ~Miss Trina Propps of Charles Town spent the past week end visiting with her aunt a,nd ~1.~r4 and ~Mrs. Page Hinton. Mt: .ahd Mrs. W~lliam Schmidt ment. The school was most successfu'l with an average attendance of 85 'Mrs. Paul Jackson was t)he direct- or ~Sunday guests ~t the home of, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam returned ~ome on ~Sunday .~ere Mr. and Mrs. Granvel Lon- Rochester. N, Y. where,;~S, ]g~evbeam and children ~aye Clay- Schmidt 'had spen~t the past m~h2 ]ton and Granvel Jr. o,f S,henan- doah Junction, Mr. and ~vlrs. Bob Longerbeam and children Tommy IAnda, Kathy and Diane, Mr. and IMrs. ,Frankie Longerbeam a~d dau ffhter Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbe,am al~l~ children Donna Jean and l~anVdy, ~Mrs. Douglas th visiting with her son-in-law and d~ug, hter and their newborn tabby ,girl. Mr. Roger Kelley of Charles Town was a dinner guest on Sun- day ~'Monte View" the home of iMr. and (Mrs. Stuart Crim. Mr. and (Mrs. Howard L. Ware Jr. and their sons, Les and Jimmy in company with ,Mr. and ~Vlrs. Creighton Propps and daughter Triaa, (Miss Rut'h Ann Staubs of Charles Town and Mr. William Ware of Waynesboro, Pa. spent Sunday ~picnicing at the Isaac Wa,1 ton park near Leetown. (Mrs. Onzu Hya,tt who has been visi,ting with her ~paren:ts Mr. and Mrs. Harry At~ey has left to re- turn by ,plane to her home i~ Sac- ra,men,to, Calif. Service at Episcopal Church The at. Reverend Wilburn C. Campbell, Bishop of West Vir- ginia will be presen~ at ,the ,Epis- copal ,ChurCh of :the Holy Spirit Kelican and children Sandra Brenda and Dickie and Mr. a~nd ~Mrs. Norman James. Mrs. James Lilla and sons Jay and Vince spent Fathers Day with .her ,parents Mr. and ~Virs. Wil- liam Hough and family of Baker- ton. ~Mr. and Mrs. Floyd (Milton and son Kevin motored to Frederick, (Md. o~n Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman ,of Randallstown, Md. visited ~Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pope and ,Mrs. ,Mary Lill.a on Sunday evening. (Mr. and (Mrs. T. E. Lake and ,Miss Dot Lake visi,ted Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas Lake of Brunswick, Md. on Tuesday afternoon. Phone 399 Charles Town You can't buy more for less... fashion, fit and comfort in light, trim and flexible ,e construction. Randcraft shoes save you money the easy way. ONLY s8 s i m~vmtisedm W ~ay Lilla spe.~t several days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pope and Mrs. ,Mary Lil.la. ,Mrs. Irene Rina,ldi of Bolivar visited her sister Mrs. Moss Ran- alli on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. ,Merle Wil~shire and children o{ Harpers Ferry vis ited the formers parents ffVlr, and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire and son Gle,n on ~Monday evening. Pot. C~ary Johnson of Camp LeJeune, N. C. and Mrs. Johnson of Kabletown were recent week end guests of the ~formers parents (Mr. a~d ,Mrs. Lester Jo'hnson. Mrs. Morris Pope and daughter of Halltown visited Mrs. James Lilia on Wednesday evening. Dolly Madison Club Installs Officers At Luncheon In Berryville Here's where you'll find everything for a thrifty, care-free, work-free outing! Delicious meats, produce, delicatessen! Refreshing drinks' All the accessories! And all specially low priced! Dolly "Madison Garden Club held its i,nst:all~tion of officers at a luncheon held at the Battle- town Inn, Berryvilie, Va. Satur- day, June 20. The invocation was given by ~Mrs. Dale Keyser. In the absence of t~he President (Mrs. A. D. Peters, Mrs. H arold~ Barr, luncheon Chairman presi- ded. Mrs. Leeds Riely, Director for the Shenandoah-Potomac Region, i,nstalled as officers for the ensu- ing year: President-Mrs. C. C. Hammann; Vice President, Mrs. William Roth; Recording Secre- tary, ~Mrs. William Coyle; Corres- ponding Secretary, Mrs. Richard Hart; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Har- old Burr. Awards for :the past year were announced .as Iollows: Highest number of points (arrangements and specimeas) Mrs. Robert ,But- ler, first; Mrs. Donald Master, sac ond; Mrs. Richard Funk, ,third. Highest number of points (flow er show practice)- first-Christmas Legend, Mrs. Robert Butler and Mrs. Donald Ki,lmer; Second-Mar- ch of Winds, (Mrs. Willi,am Roth and Mrs. AI Hopper; ,third-Orig-~ inality Unlimited-Mrs. C. C. Ham mann and Mrs. Dale Keyser. It was an,uounced that the July meeting will 'be a picnic on July 15 a't the home of Mrs. H. B. Link. The meeting was concluded with :a .prayer by Mrs. Leeds Riely. Swimley's Send Tommy :McDonald ,To Retail I A A A A A A A A A A A A A / v v v v v v v v v v v v v v KRAFT SLICED 8-OZ. Clinics In Amsterdam Tommy McDonald of l:~ippon, salesman for the Swimley Furnit- ure Company of Charles Town re ,gistered this morning at the Alex a~der .Smith 'Retail Clinic in Am- sterdam, N. Y. where he will at- tend a five-day course in carpet manufacture conducted by Alex- ,ander Smith, Inc. While in Amsterdam Mr. Me- FRENCH 6-OZ JAR ALL CRISP SWEET 16-oz. D(mald will study first hand the JAil latest techniques of manufacture used in every phase of carpet mak ing. Starting witch :the blending of L I B B Y S raw materials, thec curse progress to scouring, dyeing, yarn spin- 14-oz. es ning, designing and weawng of all types of carpet, including Axmin- SIZE star, Wilton, Velvet, Chenille, and Tufted. Lectures on color har- mony ,and interior decorating con elude .~he course. As a result of this program, .car salesmen who attend will have 16-oz. For pet a better understanding of carpet and be of greater service to their CAN ct~stomers. Stewart B. Wharton C Completes Training HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER Parris Island, S. C. (FHTNC)- Stewart B. Wharton, so~n of Mr. and Mrs. ,Stewart B. Wharton of Cook St., Ransom W. Va. com- pleted recruit training June 9 at the Marine Cor~ps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. Relatives and friends of many of the new Marines were on hand to witness the gradua~tio~ cere- monies. The 12-week training schedule included drill bayonet :training, :physical conditioning, parades and ceremonies and other military sub jects. Three weeks were spent on the rifle range where the recruits fir- ed the M-1 rifle and received i,n- struction in basic Marine in,fan- PKG. OF 8 Fresh-Baked Flavorful ,try 'weapons. "l~his recruit training prepares young Leathernecks Tor further ~ltu~A-]l~. specialized infantry training at Cam.p LeJeune, N. C. PAPER ITEMS TO USE AND I)ISCARI)! PAPER P A ES I)INNER SIZE . Package of 40 DIDNNER SIZE Package PA'RTITIONED of 10 'FOR COLI) Pkg. of 6 I) R I N K S FOR HOT DRINKS 9-Ounce with Handle Box of 15 )c It's A Picnic Basket Event! RIPE - SWEET FRESH TENDER CORN I)oz, Powhatan Closing Week June 29 For Vacation PovChatan will completely shut dow,~ ,their plant for vacation ~he week of June 29th. Although in the ,past it has been their custom .to s'hut down ,for .two weeks, due to their heavy backlog of orders this year the plant is closing only one week. Those employees entit- led to two weeks vacation will, however, be paid for the two weeks. 25~ of PovChatan's employees are entitled this year to one! week's paid vacation and 61'/, to two weeks. The plan,t is presently working .some departments six TEEN QUEEN MARGAR H Lbs. MARCEL NAPK NS Box of 80 KRAFT 2-Lbs. )c BOSCUL INSTANT F REE 6-oz. Jar DISI EN NER CHAMPION l-lb. bag C ALL CRISP Qt. Jar days,a week. Canadian To Become Foundry Superintendent Powhatan Brass Works ON SALE HERE:---YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINE - READERS' WOMAN'S DAY - TV GUIDE AND NEWSPAPER. ,. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - ADVOCATE I)IGESF - It was :announced this week by C. F. Reininger, President and Gener,al ~Ma,nager of Po w~hatan Brass & Iron Works, that Mr. Geo rge Brant, formerly of W,al:lace- ~burg, On,bario, Canada, has be- ,come associated with Powha,tan as Foundry Superintenden,t, as- suming his duties on June 13, 1959. Mr. Bren,t is married and has ,four Children. He expects to move ~s f,amily here h'om Canada later on tlus year. JEFFERSON AVENUE AND ROUTE 9 (Across From Legion Baseball Field) PHONE 287-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FREE PARKING---OPEN 8 A. M. Till 9 P. M. :All Week (Except Sunday) ), iii !~ i~ ,~ i