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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 2, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE• JULY 2, 1959 Whi mOreles Town. Ohar-IPromoted To District Mr. Paul Trussell of Chan~,bers- ~burg, Pa. spent ˘~he weekend with eral Home in Charles Town. .h~s brot~her Mr. ACbert Trusse~.]. ,.,onoser Insurance ,.. lul,. ,., r,, The ROunltrees and the Mennors Sunday dinner guests of Mr. are remaining for a visi:t ,w~,t,h and 'Mrs. William Honk and Cam- bliss Dorothy Bowers ~t~heir parenits, Mr. and Mrs. Bet- ily were Mr. a~d Mrs. ~VI,aVtin 8. ~'ard Ob~ in Halltown, their uncle ~Mitc,hell and daugl%er Shirley. 40th Anniversary and aunt ,Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Beck :Mrs. Virginia Hen drieks of Front Nat~haniel Grey, Sr., Mrs. er near Harpers Ferry ,and their Royal, Va. and Mrs. ~lorence Grey Jr., Mrs. Earl Pea- brot~her-in-law and sister Mr. and Pope of Harpers Ferry. and son Allen a~ttended Mrs. Kenneth Anders in Ranson, ,Miss Suzanna Grey s,penft last House" Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jack COt and family Thursday and Friday with Miss of Mr. and Mrs. James lef,t Sunday for Hartford, Conn. Betty Dillow in Charles Town and at Vheir home near Char- %o visit roll,tires and enroute,Ohis week Betty is spending sever- on t,heir 40,t~h Wedding Jhome to Tenn. will visSt rein,tires al days wi~t~ Suza,une. there. David McAboy and Vance De- Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd of and Mrs. Alton Muse and Chestnut Hill v~sited S,aturday ev iMaster,val BaseStati°nedin Md. ,spentat Pa*uxen~tthe weekendNa- ~oI zy and Mrs. Winerd ening with Mr. and Mrs. N,a~han- wilVh the formers paxen%s Mr. and spent Friday evening withiel Grey a;ad Miss Nancy Grey. Mrs. MarVhall Mc2~boy and sons. mot:her Mrs. Gentry L. Births Announced ~ and family in Leesburg, V~a. • 1Mrs. Rose Courtney and Miss and Mrs. Charles Grey and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haines are Barbara Ahal, t of Ranson .were Carla ,and Donn,a were receiving congratula,tions on the Thursd~ay over~iSh˘ guests of ~he Sunday wi,th Mrs. Grey's birth o'f twins, a ,boy and a girl, McA~ooys and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger in born last Wednesday in the Char- Mrs. Paul Courtney and daugl~ter Va. Carla remained les Town Hospi~tal. Paula Mae of Bolivar were visitors gra,ndmo~her for a weeks !Mr. a;ad Mrs. Kennet'h Sanfordwi,Vh the fam, ily. Mrs. Henry Mc- and family of Prince George Coun Kee of Ranson was a supper guest and Mrs. John Roun~tree ,ty, ~a. were visitors over the week Tuesday of her parent. of Clearwa,ter, Florida, end wi,bh Mrs. Sanford's paren',ts 'Mrs. l~ay Jamison of Charles Mrs. Jack Ott and family ~Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Pope and Town visited ~Vlr. and Mrs. Ai~on ROBERT D. OTT Tenn., Mr. and dau$1~ters. Muse and son Thursday a~ter,noon Announcemer~t was made last Men.nor and family of ~Mrs. Joseph Ranalli ,and family, week by Bra:~oh Manager Wi,Hiaxn Pa. arrived here on Fr~-,Mrs. David Pen'well and ,family, Miss Susanna Much iH!a r~ l~to r~ o:f RiChmond, Va. tha,t a'ttend t~he funeral of their ~Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. and faro- Robert D. Ot~t of Jefferson Ave- late Miss Edna J. Obt ~ly and Miss D(~una Grey were vis u,g,%'e-a'e To GHQ m, tednue'C~harleS~o I~istrictT°wn haSM.anagerbee~u prO-$or held Sa~turd~ay after-iitors Sunday afternoon at hhe Named the Melvin T. Strider Fun rhome of Mr. and Mrs. Robert" ~nkers IAfe and Casua'l~y Com- pany of Chicago, IH. ~t C'harloCAes Red Cross h Washington ville, va change wi,l include su~eh citrics as Lync~burg, Sitan~on, ~arrisonburg and CharlobtesviMe ,and will ex~end on to Ric~nond, • Va. He will assume his new dut- ios there o~n July ist. Mr. Ha~ii~on in making the an nouncemen˘ vtw~ed Mr. OSt ires a splendid record of ,production in a}l phases of i~he insurance field. AT His production has won him ........ many pleases in d.ifferen~ con~tests. He led ~he Ri,Chm(~nd Branch %vhi,Ch e~tends from Richmond, to Charleston, W. Va. in to˘al production the mon,th of May ex- :col,ling a'lso in Li,fe Insurance and ON EAST WASHINGTON STREET FranVhise Premiu,ms. i 'Mr. O~t plans to move his ~am- ily there al,so in the near future. Available Ask'Us For All Customers About Them Today. .For the second straigh~ week a MISS SUSANNA MUCH ~set of twins were ~born at Charles ,Miss Susanna Loretta (Much, Town General Hovpi:tal, only ~t~is daughter of Mr. and ffYIrs. George ,time Vhe stork was non-,partial, ~. MuCh of Washingt~u, D. C. 'for leaving off one boy and one girl a- ,mer residents of C~arles Town, ~long with ~wo ot'her boys a~d one having passed ~to t:he Elevent~h girl during the period of June 24- Grade at Anacostia Sr. Higlh 30. 24 HOUR SERVICE PRODUCTS :School was elected delegate to re- The cwins, a son, WMliam Real, present Anacostia ~enior !High and a da~h~ter, Deborah Jean School at the Headquarters of the were born to Mr. and M~\s. Cli,f- American Red Cross in Washing- ~ton Eugene Haines, ~all,town, ton, D.C. June 24. Susanna will be in sum~ner con ~ son, Marshall Roger, Jr. was ferences with authortive moon,hers ~born June 27 to Mr. a~d (Mrs. and voiun,teers of the Red Cross Marsha}l Roger Edvcards, Kear- Cen,ter. She also was a member in good neysville. standing of the Y. W. C. A. re- iMonday, June 29, a daughter presented wt Anacostia Sr. High Laurie Anne, was born to Mr. and ~hool. o,. IMa, s~ Roscoe Payne of Charles She hopes to be in her Junior Town and Tuesday, June 30, a son Year even more active in variouswas born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew s,oho@l"functions. Lee Seal of Charles Tow~. Out patien,ts admitted to the hospital were: Pat A. Taylor, Tuc- son, Arizona; Ernest R. Casey, ~VIul.berry, Tenn.; ,Mrs. Milton W~}te and Joseph Ware, Kearneys v~lle; Thomas B~ad'ley and Her- ,bert Nioholason, Ranson; Dorita • Wells, Charles Town; James Con- ard, Virles H. Peev, Harry Ash- baugh, George Breeden, Harpers Ferry; Charles Roderick, Millville; Mrs. Florence Powers, (Man,che~ter, Conn.; Charles B. Curry, Summi~t Poir~t; Charles Menet~h, Pocono City, Md.; Mary James, Wil,bur James, Stephen James, HiHary James a~ll of Baeonian ~prings, Va. and Jackie Alger, Brunswi,ck, ~YId. ~Medical patients adm{tted were: IMrs. Betty Lou Benne~t, Master John 'David Hoffmas,ter, Ci,ty; ~Mrs. ~VIil,ton VChite, Kearneysville; Ba~by Shari Laverne Clay, Ran- TEXACO Quick and Efficient Service 5014 Charies Town, W. Va. son; ~Vfrs. Floren'ce E. Powers, ,Man,Ohe&ter, Conn.; Master Gary Rebe gt Slaughter, Harpers Ferry, No. 1; Master Jerry l~hael Rey- nolds, Brunswick, ]~d.; Mr. Wood row Dailey Michael, Sum,mit ,Point *Miss Nannie Elizabe~bh Fleming, Shenandoah Jun~ion. ~˘Iedical pwtien~ts admi~Vted were ~Mrs. Bessie ,Ellen Penwe~t, Ran- son; Mr. Charles Joseph. Neme~t'h, Poeonoke City,, Md.; Mr. JOhn Ed ward Clover, ~lls Church, Va.; lefts. Helen Alvarez, City; Li~{e Nancy Eliza~beth James, Paeonian ~prings, Va.; '/Vim. Ida Straith An- derson, Pvanson; Mrs. Lavin,ia Was ~hir~g%on, Martinsburg; Mrs. Hilda 'May ~to~lemyer, Winchester, Va. HAS HOW Home - Made the Best in Thomas Kitchen Is Installed As Inner Guard Knights Pythias Offering You the Very Finest• in Ice Cream- Fountain S rvice and Milk Shakes... Sure to Visit Us Today in Completely Modernized Location. Our All New and (FORMERLY MAGAHA'S GROCERY 301 West Washington Street Get The BEST in Ice Cream -Cold and Every Day At- E A NE'S DA RY BAR (hi Our Brand New Location) STORE) Thomas C. Kitchen, Past Chan cellor of Blue Ridge Lodge No. 131 Knights of Pythias was installed' ~as Grand Inner Guard at the 90~th annual ins,ta'l;la.tion of Grand hod ge officers (~f the Knights of Py- thias of,~ the Grand Domain of W. Va. Saturday evening in First (Me ~'odis~ Church in Parsons. V.J. W. Scott, Pas~t Grand Chancellor and Bast Supreme re- presen:t~.tive of Charleston, wa,s in stalling officer. He was assisted by A. G. Sanders of Terra Alta, Su- preme re,presen~tative and Boyd Yost of Keyser, Past Grand Chan cellor. Harold J. 'Painter of Paz~sons ,was installed a grand O]ancellor of Weslt Virginia. ,~fter his install- • tion he a,ppointed his Reg~ona~ Deputy Or a,ud Chancellors anc District Deputies. Blue Ridge Lod ge has Vhe honor of two being named from it's lodge-Thomas ~hen as Regional DewuVy and Ed- ward Chrisman as District De,puty. At*tending the in stall~vtion ser- vice wi,th Mr. Ki,tchen and Mr. Chi~isman were iMrs. Ki,tc~hen and ~Mrs. Hilda C. Judd who is wast '~and chief and he will represent W. Va. as Supreme re:presenta˘ive St the Chicago meeting in 1960. Turbine engine may li~t hell cop ter ,~ales. FOR Our wing-ding food specials give you plenty of slick pickin' for the week-end feasting! CHOICE GRADE SRON OR RO bID LEAN Lbs. $ FRANKF R ERS Lbs. e HAMS (14-Lb. Average Weight) BUTT HALF SHANK HALF NO SLICES REMOVED FROM THESE HAMS. KRAFT TEEN QUEEN MAYONNA SE NU - TAST iii L I B B Y S ESSKAY'S i I f FREE DOOR - LAST MAY V. JOHNSON, FOR 'BURGERS AND FRANKS! FRESH Pkg. of 8 C IMPERIAL ,B O S C U L L I 'P T O N B O S C U L Box OF 100 Box OF 48 Quart SIZE BOX \ 10-oz. l't. Jar Lbs. 14-oz. SIZE For Lbs. PRIZE EACH WEEK! WEEK WINNER .... Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. WATERMELONS RIPE -- SWEET Each c Cartons TENDER -- GREEN Heads C 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 M. All Week (Except Sunday) OPEN 8:00 A. M. -- 9:00 P. M. SATURDAY, JULY 4th.