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June 29, 1961

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OF :JEFFERSON JUNE 29, 1961 ADVOCATE I Indiantown Gap, Pa. spent from 5 A Wednesday through Sunday of --last week at his home Woodbyrne INTEREST IN VICINITY OF Phone 20.F-024 Clarence Smallwood Service Sunday Worship Service will July 2nd at 11 will be the Rev. Reck appointment at the lo- A very cordial invitat- to all to attend. Clipp will enter- of the local W. home of her daugh- O. Bush on Wed July 5th. of Mrs, W. H. Rissler are sorry to learn last week which a broken ankle. Mrs. Basil R. Clipp of Va. were weekend vis his sistr and brother- and Mrs. H. O. Bush. Mrs. Clipp and Mrs. Joshua with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town while I went to Martinsburg to rehearsal of the wed- daughter Miss Betty ~, whose marriage to of Shepherdstown Sunday, June 25 in Church Martins Mrs. Thomas Penwell wedding of his great Juanita Evans of Point, Md. to Mr. oRbert Texas which occurred June 24 on the lawn of of her parents Mr. and Evans, Sparrows Others attending from Mr. and Mrs. El-" Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mrs. Alston Maumaw, Guy Ayers and two of Martinsburg. Ellen and David of the Charles Band were a- band members who )ort, Md. on Sat- Junction Club THE WILL HAVE DANCE July 7th. THE BARDANE CENTER to 12:30. 75 CENTS. Under 10 Free. FURNISHED BY Barbour. FRESHIMENTS BE SOLD. re:day to march in the parade which was a phase of the celebrat ion of Blue Angel Week. The lo- cal band won second place honor. Misses Cecelia Pipes and Sue E1 len Bush and Bob Bush joined the latters brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick and children Sherry and Dale of Char los Town for an afternoon of fun on Sunday in Glen Echo Park. Porgie Nelson is visiting his father Mr. Fred Nelson Jr. of Sil ver Spring, Md. Mrs. Edith Mercer spent the weekend with Mrs. John S. Smith Jr. Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mercer and daughters spent Sunday afternoon with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hough Bakerton. Brenda Puckett, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckett was painfully injured Sun day evening when she fell on a jagged paling-part of a fence. She was taken to a psysician for treat ment. Roxanne Clipp is visiting her sister Mrs. Nancy McDonough of Ransom Marlyn Roderick of near Mar- tinsburg is visiting her grand- mother Mrs. Elmer Roderick this week, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Rod erick and two children of West- minister, Md. have been recent visitors with his mother. Kyle Smith, youngest son of Mrs. Alice Ann R. Smith met with an accident Sunday evening when he fell on a piece of glass inflict- ing a bad cut above one eye which required six stitches. Henry Clipp has been putting in several hours clearing away a picnic site along the river on land belonging to Mr. Harry Heskett. This will be known as Riverside View. An added feature will be a new 12 ft. boat. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush were visitors Sunday afternoon with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mason of Wheat- land. Brenda Lee is the name given to the baby born June 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Getts of Rose Hill in the Charles Town General Hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins en dured a nerve wracking expermn- ce last Wednesday morning just past midnight when they were suddenly awakened by a terrific noise. Upon investigation they found a large part of the plaster of the living room ceiling had fal len breaking several lamps and arring furniture including the family parlor organ. Mervin Roderick recently call- ed on his uncle Mr. Edgar Roder- ick, a patient in the N. D. Baker Veterans Hospital. The latter re- mains in the usual condition. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Clenden- ing and daughter of Charles Town visited with their son and dau- ghter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clendening and family of Avon Wood Wairy Farm. Lt. Eddie Ware, stationed at GEORGE STREET RANSON, W. VA. 29-2t. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1961 EGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D.S.T.) Washer, Pine Blanket Chest (old); Rock- Kenmore Automatic Washer, Leonard Re- Sewing Cabinet, 20-Gal. Garbage Can, Oil Clover Drop Leaf Table, Fold Top Stand, Girl's Bicycle, Flat Irons, Bowling Huskie Tractor with attachments; Rugs, Stroller and :--CASH. Nothing to be removed until for. SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. For Information and Consignments Cali CHARLES TOWN 7-R. \. NOW IS THE TIMME ALWAYS WANTED. HAVE THEM--- l --- WE 2 More Days to Avoid Paying Sales Tax. You Didn't Buy Your Car WALL'S Didn't Get The Best Deal. Farm. Bob Bush has purchased a 1959 Fury Plymouth. The white bug has disappeared from the scene. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Rissler and family of near Wilkensburg, Pa. spent the week recently at their summer home, Rural Re- treat. On Tuesday of last week Mrs. Betty White joined several fellow employees of the local telephone Company spending the day at Ca- capc State Park where they had an enjoyable outing. Misses Bearl and Martha May Shullenburger of Washington are spending several weeks with their grandmother Mrs. Georgia Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gray, dau ghter Janie viisted with Mrs. Gray's mother Mrs. Mary Ellen Mercer at the Locust Grove Rest Home, Bolivar. Clive Myers and daughters Mary Ellen and Suzanne spent Sunday with the latters brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bon- her in Rockville, Md. Junior Woman's Club Held Annual Banquet, Installed Officers By Miss Lillian Myers Death of Grover Leith The many friends of Mr. Leith were deeply grieved to learn of his death. Although he had been ill for a number of years he was always cheerful and had a smile for everyone who went to see him. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved family. (See death not- ice column)- Carol Lee Hughes, Aleta Hugh es, Patty Graves, Mary Jane Gra- ves and Jennie Grant are spend- ing this week at the Rev. Willard Whites summer camp near Han- cock, Md. Observe 40th Anniversary Mr .and Mrs. Perry Knots obser ved their 40th wedding anniver- sary on Fathers Day and the re- turn of their daughter and family after four years in North Africa It was the first time the family had all been together since World War H. Mr. Knott is 59, Mrs. Knott 54. Their family group num bers 54. Attend 50th Reunion Mrs. Grover Leith and daughter Mrs. Edgar Webb attended the 50th anniversary reunion of the Paw Paw High School Class of [1911 of which Mrs. Leith was a member which was held June 15 at Lark Inn. The reunion in the form of a dinner was preceded by a social hour, class colors of blue and gold Were carried out in the decorating scheme. The Invocation was offered by E. E. Lyons and Vernon Shives class president served as toast master. Ethel B. Hesser, class treasurer was in charge of arran gements. The program was centered a- round the theme "An Apple for the Teacher" and each member answered roll call by presenting an apple to Miss Melissa Zeiler who taught the third grade more than 60 [ears ago. A souvenior program was presented to ever- yone, corsages to the special guests. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Strailman of Cockeysville, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. George Crim of Timonium, Md. spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Miller. Mrs. Miller who had been visiting them for a week returned home with them. Ruritan Club Meets The Junction Ruritan Club met at the Comunity Center, June 16. The Charles Town Junior Wom- an's Club held their annual ban- quet at the Blue Grass Inn on June 13, 1961 at 6:30. Each officer and club guest received a lovely pink corsage and there were fav- ors at each place setting. After Mrs. Rolfe Hayes gave the invoc- ation, thirty-five members enjoy- ed a ham and chicken dinner. Mrs. Roger Perry, president, in- troduce all of the guests and gave an outstanding report of the Charles Town Junior Club's many community, state and national act ivities. She congrhtulated each member on their fine contrbut- ion in making a successful club year and in serving their commun ity. Mrs. Robert Willis, Eastern Di trict chairman, impressively in stalled the following 1961-62 off cers: President, Mrs. James Gor( vice president, Mrs. Rolfe Hayes Recording Secretary, Mrs. Roge Ramey; corresponding secretary Mrs. Wm. Anders; treasurer, Mrs Donald Smith; press and publk ity, Mrs. A. D. Peters and parliam entarian, Mrs. Donald Cline. Mrs. Perry introduced Mrs. C S. Bloom, Eastern District pros dent who presented the outstand ng member award to a very d 'serving member, Mrs. Donah Cline. The new member awart went to Mrs. Kefineth Sager ant: was presented by Mrs. James Wal son, Charles Town Senior Worn an's Club president. Mrs. Gore presided over a short busines meeting. The club voted to pro vide picnic tables and to clean ut the chosen historical marker ant to cooperate with the park auc Lion sale and to sell donations fol the automobile to be held for the Football Lights Committee. Since the club is co-sponsoring the Grand Review the president nam- ed working committees. One of the highlights of the evening was the entertainment arranged b, Mrs. Wm. Anders. The four girl puppet show featured Mrs. Edgar Smoot, Mrs. Harry Barker, Mrs. William Anders and Mrs. Roger Ramey and was a tremendous suc- cess. After some lovely door prizes were awarded, Mrs. Roger Perr) out going president thanked the banquet committee, chairmaned by Mrs. Roger Ramey and expres ed her thanks to the club for their gift presented to her. Mrs John Bartlett led the club in "A Collect for Club Women" and tht meeting was adjourned. Tells Kiwanis Of Toronto Convention John Handzo. L't. Governor of the Fifth Division made an offi(. ial visit to the Charles Town Ki wants Club last Thursday evening The Club met in the Thomas Jef ferson Hotel. Mr. Handzo spoke on the com- ing International Convention, to be held in Toronto Canada July 5-8. He also stressed the import ance of attending our own Dis There were 19 members present trict Convention at Blackwater and 3 visitors. The visitors were Mr. Bill Griffith, Mr. Robert Mc- Garry and the Rev. Jim Smith. The clean up of the town was one of the main topics of the evening. 33 truck loads of garbage have ben removed with members par- ticiuating. A dinner was served by the wives of club members. Slides were shown on various subjects including Korea, by Captain Fred Kelley. Mrs. William Wisham and dau- ghter Shirley of Philadelphia, Pa. are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Grover Leith having been called here by the illness of her father. Dr. and Mrs. Wills Dearing of Hume, Va. were recent guests of Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. Marine Ronnie Henderson of Paris Island, S. C. is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hender son. Miss Joan Andrews of Aber- deen, Md. spent several days last week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mrs. Kate Hare of Paw Paw, W. Va. is visiting her sister Mrs. Gro ver Leith. Mrs. R. A. Donahue, Miss Re- gina Donahue of Washington and Miss Agnes Fenton of Baltimore, Md. have been visiting the latters sister Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Dudley of Baltimore, Md. were recent guests of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burwell and children of Falls Church, Va. spent several days last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell and children are sailing in July for Berlin, Germany where they will spend two years. Mr. Sell Henderson has return ed home after having been a pa- tient in the Charles Town Hos- pital. His many friends are glad to know he is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Bell of Bal timore, Md. have been guests of their cousin Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond and Miss Camilla Wilt- shire. Mrs. CabeK Tapacott, Mrs. J. Falls September 7-9. Kiwanian Martin Depenbrock of Martinsburg accompanied the Lt. Governor, he showed color slides of various places to be seen enroute to and at Toronto. Pic tures were shown of Niagara Falls illuminated at night, Grah am Lock, Canadian Mounties, Toz onto Skyline, various Monument, in Toronto and the University ol Toronto. He also showed picture: of Blackwater Falls, the Lodg md cabins around that resort. It was announced that the 35t1: mniversary of the Club would b celebrated with a Ladies Nite which will be held in the Hill Tol0 Hotel at Harpers Ferry during August. Sunrise Neighborhood 4-Hhb Meets At Home Of Connie Barron The Sunrise Neighborhood 4-H club held its monthly meeting at Connie Barron's home June 9. The club held a "Good-Groom. ing" contest with in the club. The winners: Eileen Catrow and ce McKee and runner up Linda McKee. For the boys Jimmy Blue and Jimmy Kinkade. The program was in charge of Connie Barron. It consisted of re- ports from members. Wild flow- ers. Betty Lou Catrow and Efleen Catrow; Water Conservation, Rich ard Blue and Leon Catrow; For. estry Connie Barron and Mary Ellen Blue; Birds, Kenneth Bar- ron, John Link, Sharon Holliway and Trudy Holliway. Demonstration and talk: Linda McKee on freezing and talk Eil- een Catrow on clothing. The devotions were given by Jimmie Blue. The next mceting will be at John Link's house. Mrs. Holmes Sipe of Charles Town is a patient in the Winches- tcr Memorial Hospital, having en- tered there on Wednesday of this week. J m i WHOLE ..... c lb. SHANK HALF - - - lb. BUTT HALF .... c lb. DEL MONTE DEL MONTE 303 cans 303 cans c qt. HANOVER Large 52-Oz. Can Take 'Em on Picnic i i Im 3-lb. can for c 125-ft. Rolls PC LETTY Full 'Pound LANE PC (See K I N G S F O R I) IO-LB. BAG the New Fire Grate Starter) I. G. A. t I TABLE RITE P R O C E S S 14-Oz Bottle for I Ill i 8-Oz. Pkg. qt. C VALLEY GOLD FROZEN 6-Oz. Cans c Pound Pounds C With This Coupon $5.0'0 and Any Purchase of or More. And Purcha. e of Large 59c Lewis Potato Chips and This Coupon.