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SP I'I' 05 JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATI THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 A---2 sTROKA NOT HOPELESS LIVLNG U.S. STROKE VICTIMS EXCEED THE COMBINED POPULATIONS OF ALASKA, NEVADA, WYOMING, SO. DAKOTA AND VERMONT By Kant Lane, Mgr. 1 S (,harle, Washington Thealrt. "THE RARE BREED" Show- ing Thursday thru Wednesday June 30 July 6 When imported cattle and women from England meet America's western cowboys anything can happen and does. There's act and good production OUR FAMOUS END.OF-MONTH SALEI BARGAINS GALORE ALL THRU THE STORE| HURRY| The release shapes up as MAN~ an entry that should please OfiTHL: those inclined towards this LADIiS SLEEVELESS SALE GIRLS SIZES 1 TO 14 [B SALE EST/hfAT[D type of outdoor action tale. The JERSEY KNIT - --- ONE PIECE 2,~00,(~) James Stewart- Maureen O'Hara rl~t WILM Brian Keith aggregation takes B L U S F S r71 PLAY SUITS Wilmer C: ~REB~C~" care of the adults, while Don L0nt, Md., AT ~f" ~ Galloway . Juliet Mills duet will take care of the young set. The Re ,ularly 1.00 PRICE Regularly 1.00 PRICE F Jefferson -- torning in use of Color is an asset. ~ -- eneral Ito: Miss " LADIES-DAN-SHED SALE GIRLS SUMMER" SALE' t\ ass. A son -e.. .... KNEE KNOCKFR 167 S H O R T S r7= , ,da Fletche .~:.~ ~?: .... ~ : ....... ~ ........... ~ ...... ~ ...... .~ ...... ~: ....... : =. -~:.: ~.... i Clarke' ( ...... ::: AI' Bridal Shower ....... " ": : ' "= .................... ~er 25, 389 "! ii "ii Regularly 1.99 PRICE Sizes 1 To 14- Regularly 1.00 PRICE ~ ":' .~ ~ :~i ~i..' , ~i :i~ ~i:.~i:!~i~i~ Surviving ~!~ii, .~ i~ .~ .'J ~j. ~.~i~ A bridal shower in honor of 'irginia R. ~'.~,~ll -~i" ~ -" :!:~: i:~ i:i: -:i : : : :~i: ::'i::.: i : : : : .5: ,~, ~:~ .::..,:. .....~ :'..:::~,: Miss Deborah Morris wa~ held at [rs. James .-::..- ...... ................................................... LADIES TWILL SALE LADIES 1st QUALITY SALE ~ii~iJt~ thebeamhOmeon Tuesday,f Mrs. JuneMilton21.Longer" STRETCH ...~. SPORT or PANTY }. C.; one Games were played with prizes CAPRI PANTS ~'" G ] R D L E S Funeral , DEATH IN DUE TO STROKE being won by Miss Jackie Tingler, ~r~ the Sr~ Mrs. John Morris, Mrs. Victor 1 500,000 Espinosa. Regularly 2.99 PRICE Regularly to 1.98 / hme on F ~}~ 1 Miss Morris reeeived many love !ficiating.riththe B t ly and useful gifts from the follo~ LADIES SUMMER SALE LADIES RAYON SALE ~ ,teen Hill ~ I~AR 275000 ... ing guest, Mrs. Garland Ashby, 17 : Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr., Mrs. Vie- PERMANENT PRESS MOSTLY PINK The fa tor Espinosa, Mrs. Sam Gilman,SUN-SATIONAL L7c GIRLS' KNIT ~ds at the Mrs. Charles O'Bannon, Mrs. John BEACH SHIFTS S H {} R T S P l N T I E S ',, from 7: ---- "POOR BOY" Yost, Mrs. Eddit Wilt, Mrs. James ~RS. C~ FOR MORE/NFO, M, T/O/ ,4BOUT STROKE Gore, Mrs. John Morris, Mrs. Mil. IN WILD COLOR 3 Lengths - Regularly 2.99 PRICE Regularly 79c PRICE POLO SHIRTS , ton Longerbeam, Mis Land Mar BeLt: 4SR" YOI/R HE/ RT ASSOC/,, T/ON cus, Miss Vicki Davis, Miss Jackie a ..1 ..4A LADIES SUMMERDENIM SALE MENS TWILL SALE Mr " ~1~ Tingler, Miss Micki Morris, and $ le STRETCH 4 67 ~HIRTE 77 only ~ for ~) Chamber Committees Miss Cindy O'Bannon. m, The table was beautifully dec- Reg. 2.99 ef orated with the traditional bride Save 55c! Choose Ao S H 0 R T S & ":="'~, ~'""'~ .~. ---- She can't~have too os] many for summerl )NOT Di ERS Bri ed On Thei and groom as a centerpiece, lines, empires, in fab- PRICE Cool sleeveless, ribbed ResponsUtles ' Assisting the hostess, Mrs. Mil- ulous prints, vivid Regularly 1.99 PRICE Regularly 2.49 knit cotton Poor 1 ton Longerbeam, with the serving colors. Crisp, carefree Work of rfreshments were, Miss Micki SALE Boy" polo shirts to Morris, Mrs. Sam Gilman and cotton. Lemon combi- CLOSE,OUT "CANNON" SALE LADIES-SLEEVELESS top shorts, slacks, ~" ~.~f~ Members of the Jefferon Cou- Mrs. JamesGore. nation~, navy, blue, 7~ t57 skirts. Get her a sup- ,, / nty Chamber of Commerce, the pink, olive. Sizes small, . LAOIES NYLONS c MIDRIFF BLOUS II J, ply, choose from scores ~ ~-~[~/~, \~ various committee chairmen and ful ones. And although she had;medium and large, fr,.._ II \x the committee members, were not been in best of health a i Regularly 99c PRICE Regularly 1.99 PRICE of colors. Sizes 7,-14. _ ~C .'q.f~'~ ~l '~ briefed on their responsibilities ~T~ ,~e]~][ | ~ at the monthly dinner meeting short time back, she is now once O! ,.} ~ ta% -~-l~n~j~l.~ of the organization Tuesday at again feeling real good, and she (~'q.~:%b'~A~~[-~ noon in the Rib Room at the Plans to continue writing her I I BOYS WASHABLE SALE STYLISH- SUMMER SALE ~ ~]~/'/~'~ I~ Turf Diner. Chestnut Hill column as long as I Famous Brand 20" I she is able too, she says ~ ~"~~'] VX, President F. S. Woodford, out. Mrs. Pearl has been the Chest- P^I X | 671 2-Speed Portable ] GRANNY ~~~/~' ~ lined in detail the duties with nut Hill writer for this newspaper LONG . ~n~.~ ~-=~',~[~'/"/~_ which each committee is charged " I FAN i PRINTS m$, for the pa t 40 years and she re- and then invited questions and ports she has enjoyed every min- Regularly 2.98 . PRICE iili [ Regularly 63c YD. PRICE " ...... suggestins frm the membership nute she has spent n this wrk" S-~'-LE [ / SA ' leepy HOllOW The membership approyed a re- t L g~l ~. O-unt ' ub commendation of the Chamber She reports it provided her withBOYS LIGHT an opportunity to see and talk SOLIDS- PRINTS SALE Directors that the title of S. with many people whom she has SUMMER ' ~ Bt~oeke Blackford be changed down through the years gained a~ STAG NIGHT STAGED BY from that Of executive secretary, good friends and acquaintances.P A J A M A S BRO SLEEPY HOLLOW MEMBERS to manager of the Chamber. Pre,, And as long as her health permits, , .... ~,, ~o ,~,~,,,~ ,~ ident Woodford said this change she reports to plan to continue ........... ................ wa r - RegularlY. 1 99. --/ Powerful 2-speed [ Regularly 57c YD. PRICE the Sleepy Hollow Golf and Cos- . s p.oposea on a state and nat writing her weekly newsletter to ntry Club held a most enjoyable ~o~ai ravel. . . this newspaper. SALE | portable can be usedI -,~.. ,,,^~..^~a .... * the Announcement was mso ma~e It has been Mrs. Pearl's job theMESS SHORT stag ,, ........ .... [ on floor, window orI MENS BOXER SALE , that the Chamber had been mwt- past 40 years to keep the rest of golf course. A nine-hole handicap ........... SUMMER 67/l table.5 roomsClSwhenUPused[tl ,.,,..~m..,~, ~,~ b~,~ h,~e.ro ~tn- ea ann naa accepted an mvlmuon the county and elsewhere outside | SWIM SHORTS 37 net with winners Dr. Bill Roth, h:r led i sJ:lLmeet ngjt the county, fully informed as to F A l A M A S . | as exhaust fan. Pol-[ Johnny Propst, Marshall Brown, , the weather, the goings and com- M.L. EolenandNormanN Wilt evening of July26. Therewillbeings, church events and other Regularly 1.99 PRICE[ lshedblades. [ car n- net 37's Shootin'u 38's a socml session at 6:15 with din happenings in the Chestnut Hill Regularly 2.99 PRICE er to be served at 7 15 were Roger (Judge) Clipp, Bill .. , . . .: :. . . section. And the many personal one guest was mtroaucea atfriends and acquaintaiaceships Benton, Russell Miller, Connm ........ l~T~mm~na~ ~d ~fha vo+oran Joe me meeung, "rnomas erye, ot which Mrs. Pearl now has, is a m~,mn,, ~,h,, t,,-n~a in o most ~eatt e, wasmng~on, a ~ormer res testimony to how well she has d nt of Charles Town. He was Save eonwnemg win over another vet- th^ of succeeded in her task. eras, Max Brown, who sagged ~, ............... ~)~.4'~ 25v~ badly, in the hot sun plus the ~rye. . ...... , Twenty-s x members attended itti --~,~-,-~ e ...... a ........... "the luncheon crat for a net of only 45. Thomp- A who has not been playing too ,. ,, ..... . .. a ; n$*( son, mueh golf this season, came in I,a R V~ with a net 38 and for a while he ,..,, v~.v. ~,u ,.,w ~L~ looked a certain winner. But then A...., ' ~q~Tn1 the 37 hooters arrived to take IU|e I gl erves ,v.v 500 WHITE PICNIC home the honors. Preston Mar- Miss Cherie Aorta chant and Marshall Brown won first and second place honors in the closest to the hole contest, on greens number 4 and 6. Mer- chant won first when his shot came nearest to the pin on sum- bar4. A buffett of Mexican s~nd- wiches, slaw. baked beans, ice tea was prepared ,and served by the Gilbert Taylor s catering service with the assistanoe of Pauline Gaiters. The in- eluded Dr. Bill Roth Her 84th Birlhday Mrs. Georgia Pearl, veteran :ounty correspondent for this newspaper from the Chestnut Hill section of Jefferson County, writes that once again last week she was privileged to observe another birthday, this one her 84th. And although the occasion this time was marked in a quiet manner, it was not forgotten by her many fine friends and relativ- es, she reports, Mrs. Pearl, who has become widely known through her week and ly news letter in the Spirit of 60 TO CHURf.H SUNOAY , Jefferson-Advocate, writes that these 84 years have been wonder ,. ~ A THO~ TO IIEMmlER JL ~ J BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH The Fourth of July holiday is celebrated with n6 special religions This lack of religious at~.hment Is contrary to the eu~nns and th-,~ght~ of our fore-father~. In blunt language, some of them would tam over in their graves ff they eouid see our inter- pretation of the festivaL ghter of Mrs. Viola J. 1605 Jefferson Blvd., Hagerstown Md., and Mr. Elwood R. Fitting, of Marrisburg, Pa., became the bride of Mr. Gaylord Benjamin Diilow, of Charles Town and Hag-] erstown, June 26. The ceremony was performed at 2:30 p. m. in St. Paul's EUB Church by the Rev. M. Eugene Fisher. The bride wore an empire gown of peas de ~ie and rosepoint lace with court length train, with a flower headpiece topping her veil of illusion. Maid of honor was Miss Peggy Plummer, of 305 Br0okline Ave. Miss Nadine M. Fitting, sister of the bride served as junior bridesmaid. We owe gratitude to God for having placed our fore-fathers on earth at that particular time in history. They fought for human rights; for f~edom Against tyrannical rule for unborn generations. After they won the straggle, they considered victory NOT as rights won by tlmn~ hut as God given privileges they were permitted to proudly partic~ in. Bridesmaids were Mrs..Shirley Klotz, of Suitland; Mrs. Charlotte Snyder, Ranson; Miss Donna Bock, 1751 Preston Rd. and Miss Darlene Dillow of Ranson, sister of the groom. Flower girls were Miss Julia Phillips and Miss Kelly Parks. Billy Cram of Ranson, served as ring bearer. Ushering the wedding guests were Ronald Phillips, of Hagers- town, Md. and Leo Grove, and Harold Chamhlin Jr., of Charles Town. A reception followed the cere- mony in the church reception hall, after which the couple left for a wedding trip to Niagra Falls and Thousand Islands, N. Y. Upon their return they will re- side at 133 Summit Ave., Apt 1. Hagerstown, Md. The bride is. a '65 graduate of What sort of men were Washingtm~ Adams, Madison, Franklin, North Hagerstown High School Say, Jefferson, Hamilto ,.. and all the res Next week's column and is employed at C & P Tele- will spotlight theh' belief and behavior. It will be interesting. Don t phone Co. ml~_~ it... The bridegroom is a graduate of Charles Town High School and Shepherd College and is employ; ~A~ $. W. SMITH --- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME ed as a teacher at North Hagers- CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA town High School and at the South End & P. Save 2.51! MOTORIZED 24-INCH PORTABLE FOLDING GRILL sale Rel. I0.9$. Easy to .carry, wheels a ywhere. .UL approved motorized brazier has steel bowl with reinforced beaded rim. Glebming chromed plated spit and!tine . Rust-resistant hood. inch rubber tired wheele. PAPER NAPKINS sale rc. White era- bossed luncheon size l apkins, I3x13% .l ine quality, strong. ]1 [ [I ' '~ Save 7-1Z. THERMAL INSULATED CUPS I.,ck el44 Rog. 79c. Sturdy inau- Iated paper cups for ]iot or cold service. 44 cups. Save 6.95! FINGER-TIP CONTROL IMPULSE STARTER LAWN MOWER sale Reg. 44;95. Make mowing quick e El . Eemy' spin impulse starter, remote fingertip elmke, throttle and stop control. Steel throttle control.: Cutting height to 3 inche& Com- plete withmule, her. 44.95--12 PLAY LAWN SET COMPLETE WITH SLIDE SALE PRICE FAMOUS BRAND REVERSIBLE 2-SPEED - REGULARLY 26.95 SALE