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HAPPENINGS IN Clarence Smallwood Meeting D. Boyer was hostess co Farm Women's her home Shannon Park ,of,tern~on, June 18th. Were fifteen members pros Mrs. J. H. Morris join- ~,Club and to w'h~fn a very welcome was extended. Cole led the devot- Mrs. Charles R. Do.rig- in c,h,arge of group of several hymns. Nirs. Jr. lesson lead- ,the topic "Access- 'Today's Home" in a very and :timely ,manner by N ISPERSA i Pine Breeding D. H. I. A. Test J. Groves, Owner CREEK, W. VA. Buckhannon, W. Ya. 616-J-I 2-1t.-pd. merit in ,the office a,t ,the Thomas Jefferson Hotel Charles Town. iMr. and Mrs. H. C. Kitchen, grandson Tommy of Ranson ac- not just dust collectors. companied by her brot~her-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J,ack Heft m~a,u of Martinsb.urg were callers Phone 20-F-024 Wednesday evening with Mr. and ,Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. The :Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club met Wednesday nig,ht a~ ~the Following .the buMness rou~Mne ~home of Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles a deliahtful soci~al hour was enjoy ed ,wi~tJh delicious refreshments .being served by ,Mrs. Boyer a.asist ed 'by "Mrs. Ollie Zombro. Worship Service wil,l be held Sunday, July 5 at 11 o'clock ~by Rev. S. F. Bu~toher, P. C. We rare ,@lad ,to welcome back Rev. But cher, Mrs. Butcher and d,au~hter Cynthia and now last but not least their infartt son "12mothy tt0ugLh. 2~he members completed .thae years projects filling in ~the required forms and taking care of various details. Delicious re- Crest~ments of Iho.memade buns and doughnuts .and 9hoe~late vnilk were served. ,Mr. and Mrs. John W. Alcott of Berryvil,le were supper gues,ts Thursday 'at Avon H,iH with her sider and Mr. and Earl who arrived lasit week. The IMrs. Oral B. Hughes. The el,coLts lit,tle Butcher boy weiffhed over have just returned from Albure- seven pounds. Both he and his que, N. M. where ~hey ~isited their mother are gebting along well. son John A~eott w'ho is employed Score ,card to check home Word was received Sunday there, 'l~ey made the round trip pictures illustrating night by Walter Burdick of Drew ,by plane. ,a,ud ,by having groups Farm of ~the death of his great ,Mrs. Joseph '.Mercer and her objects pTaced on agrandmother, Vhe 'late :Mrs. Eva dau,$hter Mrs. Helen Brown vJsi- for members .to judge W.llis of Titusville, N. Y. She was ~ted Saturday with Mrs. Mevcer's of each ~s :f~tting in ~he in .her 96Ih year ,o~f age. sister-i,u-law Mrs. Frank Pope true .accessories and :Miss Margaret JOhnson, Mrs. v~ho is a patient in the Memorial Clarence Smallwood, Mrs. Lewis Hospi.tal Winchester, Va. Mr. ,and Rissler, daughters Pa,tsy, Jane and Mrs. Pope and family have recent Susan attended the Consecration ly returned from California where Service held Stmday a,t the Moth they have resided the p~t few odist Church, Crerrardstx)wn. The years. They plan to make ,their " grandchi.ldren of the i~te Issac ,fiXture home in Winc,hester. AI4 IME Johnson been trustee ot the Gerrardsrtown Mike Boyer wholis visiting his Chu,rch in the past gave a five grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. piece gold collec,Mon set ~n l~s me Boyer of Shun,non Park ~s taking ACCREDITEL mory. The donors represented t~he swim,mJng lessons in Ithe Jefferson Caanilies of the ~late Mr. C. D. Coun'ty War Memorial Park. Pat- Johnson, Mrs. Ray M. RowTand sy and Jane l~issler, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Riss,ler are al and tMrs. T. J. Shroades, so members of the swimming class ~Mzrs. Joseph Mercer attended IMiss Susan Rissler spent the the graduation exercises ,held Wed ,paSt week ,wi,E't Mr. and Mrs. John nesday a~t the Benjamin Frank~lin Grove. Institute Washington, D. C. vChere Please Note: Members of ,the her daugl~ter Mrs. Howard Brown Ohureh Official B~aaxd of the K*ab receives her B. A. degree iR ac- letown Ohurch will meet Tuesday countant, night, July 7~h ~,u the Churc~h base The Kabletown Church Mere~r- merit 8 o'clock DST. ial Fund received a g,ift from Mrs. Visitors Sunday ,~t Walnu~ Elsie Gray i~ memory of her ,fa- Spring Farm ~he home o~ Mr. and ther, the late Mr. Ward Clipp. "Mrs. ,Henry Cl~i~pp were Mr. ,and Joan .and Lind,a Rouss spent Mrs. James Nichols of Stephens Wednesday a,fternoon of last week City, ~ra., Mrs. Beu~,ah Sma~l,lwood width their ,cousin Brenda White two daughters Janie and Sandra, of Berryville. Mrs. Nina WilMngh~m and daug~- l~y Jenkins 'an employee of the ters Thelma, Marilyn, Vickie, Phy A & ,P Store in Berryvilie, Va. llis a,ud son of near Kearneysvil~e. spen~ a part o~ h~s vacatdon wi,th S~ate Tro~per Danny Roderick Harry iV~arshall Kable. The bwo Mrs. Roderick, 'chi'ldren Angela boys enjoyed a~n outing at ',Hide and Drew of We~tm~nister, Md. Away". were averniSbt visitors Wednes- "Mrs. J. Edgar Ware of Woodby- d,ay ~ith his mother Mrs. Elmer rue Farm has accepted employ-~oderlck. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING g - Heating - Septic Tanks and Drainfields -- Stone and Dirt 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. STOP AT THE SIGN OF THE .SMILING TIRE ) DEALER By Mrs, Julia Whipp Viands Stork Shower A ~urprise s~ork shower was giv en in honor of Mrs. Harry Sh~ir- ley at the !home o:f Mrs. Nina Vick in Charles Town On Wednes- day evening. A large stork center- ed the table. Games were played .and recres,hments were served by ~he hostess and her daughters of cake and mints. The s:how yeas gWen by the ladies of the Eastern Star. Members present were .Mrs. Virginia Lu,ttrell, Miss ,Mary Ma~aha, Mrs. Helen WIag,a- ,l'm, ~/ BeVy Sl~,ugh~er, Mrs. El iz~b~th Adorns, :Mrs. Dorothy Furr ~rs. Gertie Glaize, ,.Mrs. Ann Evans, Mrs. Isabell Robi,u:son, tMrs. Esther Whitting~on, "Mrs. Eliza- beth Grove, Mrs. Stetla Grove, "Mrs. Shirley tteckman, Mrs. Nellie Jenkins, Mrs. M~ae Jenkins. The *hostess Mrs. Vickers and two dau ~aters. ~i2aose sending gifts were Mrs. Luc]l~le Hehle and Mrs. Geo- rgianne ~lasoock. Mr. Leo ~mallwood and son and daughter-in-law "Mr. a:ad Mrs. Joe Smallwood of Nev~berg, N. Y. were weekend guests wg'h ~the formers re.ether ~VIrs. ~Maude Smallwood. Leo who has .been recently dis- charged from ~the U. S. Army ser- ved most of his ,time overseas. He is now making hi's home with his son. Mr. and Mrs. Clin~ton Small- wood of Martinsburg and brother ~Vlr. William Smallwood o~f Mil- waukee, Wis. were Sunday c,aliers Summer 1 PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. Night 7:15 & 9:15 P.M. Children 25c Adults 50c 4 Thursday and Friday July 2 and 3 Saran webbing Alcoa tubing construction Light as a feather Rugged as rawhide Beautiful plaid seat and back NO CASH NEEDED Saturday July Safety-S Rayon THE ECONOMY TIRE ECONOMY DRIVING As low as WEEKLY 6:70-15 7.10-1J *PIus tax and Retreadable Tire , lI.F,~a~dri;h Comguay 7.60-15 PHONE 888 CHARLLES TOWN, W. A. I Smileago ]Dealer. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday July 5, 6 and 7 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER-- "BEST ACTOR" "- RITA' HAYWORTH" BURT' iANCASIERItKERtNIVEN Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday July 8 and 9 ![ MAURI CHEVALI[R " ,By Air A mi,l.itary h~uor came to Tech n, Sergeant Howard W. Heft, son of Mr. ,and Mrs? Howard "Ike" Heft of 111 Nor~th West Street, Charles Town recently when he was awarded the Air Force Com- men dtion Medal and a C,itation to go ,a,long with it by the 60th Bom- bardmen Squ,adron of the 72d I~o,m~ardment W~ing H. SAC) Un" i i.ted State~ Air ~orce. Ln the above picture Col. Francis Nye, Flee-corn m, ander 28Oh BW is s!hown pinning ,the comrnenda~on med~l on Tech meal Sergeant Hoff as Master Ser geant Gord,an R. Bennett (rigSat) who has just received the same am,ard looks on. The Citation w~hi'eh a+ccolllpa,D.- led the award reads as ~fo,lh)ws: "Techni~,al Sergeant H,o,ward W. meri~torious service during the per i0d oi June 1, 1956 and September 1, 19'58 whdle serving as a Radar Gunlaying Mechni,c Gunner on a B-36 aircrai%, 60t'h Bomb,ardment Squadron, Ramey Air Force I~ase, Puerto Rico. During the period cited, Tec:h,u,ic:al Sergean Heft dis played exceptiona,l knowledge .of his equipment and ~he ability~ to effectively operate t~his equip- merit. This outstanding know,led- ge and ability has greatly aided the crews to which he has been assigned. The keen foresiaht, de- votion to duty and dis- played by Technical Sergean Heft reflects cred,i,t upcm himseK and the Uni,ted States Air Fer~e. Sergeant Heft is now assigned to B-52 Bomber Crew Ellsworth~" A.F. Hoff___.=_1 dls~tinguis~he,d himsel_.__~f by B..._L Sou'th Dakota_____L wa!~h/~rh.ei:ndbr~I%er Aen%SinSetser:l In-" 'lThey arl enjoyed ~he swimrnkug William Small,wood ,and sv.u Lee I'pool" ------- -- - are spending their annual vaca*-iTwo Minor Road ion witch rei,aUves and. B;ill also says he looks for the Advocate and ,first ~t~he ,Mech~anicstown news. l Wrecks Re mrted; ]Miss Audrey Mflbourne return- ed home on Tuesday after spend- bieingsunday~'hiNey.the weekcallersWith JUdYwith andMr. Deb-a,ud Ione $liohfly Hurt ~Irs. Albe~t Viands Jr. ~at 'the [ ChaNes Town Sto~te Trooper R. Blcomery were Mr. and ~Mrs. "R. Truex reported Monday th,at Billy Viands o Runs~n, Mr. and .Mrs. Ronald Wiles and d,augh.ter Cheri Lynn of Loudoun Heights, Va. Monday were their son-in-law ,and dau.~hter "Mr. and Mrs. Don- old Hovermale a~nd family of Ber keley ,Springs. ~v~Sunday ~iMtors with "Mr. and rs. Bert Viands were Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert MeS'herry and Mr. and .Mgs. Hubert Du.tro,w o~f Hag- erstown, ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry ShJr ley and Children of Middlew,ay, .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and d,augh:ters of the Bioomery, ,Mr. Travis Viands of town. tMrs. iV~aude Smallwcod, Mr. Leo ~TrmKwood, , Mr. and Mrs. Joe 8m~alilavood, the ]~ter of New York Mr. Marvin Smul,lwood a,ud 'twin daughters of town were Saturday evening callers wi,th ,the formers d,aughter Mrs. Arno's Plotner and family near Hedgesville. .Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md. ,and ,Mr. :~nd Mrs. Sublette Ch:amblin of Rttnson were S-today evening visitors wi,t~h Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and :son Sylvester. Mrs. Maude Smaiiwood and son ,Marvin ,and twins of Charles Town visi~t~ed friend's in ~Martins- burg Frid,ay evening. ~Mr. F, orrest Chambli;a of Mid- dleway was a caller on Friday ev ening wi,th :his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Their son Sylvester of Bethesda, ,Md. sl~en't the weekend with his parch,Is. :Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Da:iley and two children of Renick, W.Va.. spent a couple .of days ,with his mother Mrs. James Dafley. ~Virs. Letter Ot~t and two sons Do,hold ,and Michael were Sunday a~ter- noon callers with her mother and family. "Mr. and Mrs. I~loyd Fawver of ,Mar tinsburg were Tuesday even- ing ~isitors with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. ~riands is on two weeks v ae~tion from the Standard ~at Millville. "Mrs. Beulah~, Fri~gs accompanied by her daughter a,ud son-in-law tMr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Suitla.nd, Md. and Tommie's mo- ther Mrs. Herndon of Shenandoah Jun,etion are on a weeks vacation ,to ,the l.atters daughters and son- in-law in BoSton, Mass. They ief:t Saturday ev~nirn,g. ,Mr .and Mrs. Garland Henry and son ,Da~ie Lee sper~t l~riday night and Saturday in Ba,ltimore, Md. wit*h their son-in-law and d'augh,ter Mr. and ~Virs. Johnnie. Hampton. Their nephew Garry Goliday Who has s penit ~the ,week ~with them retur,ued $o his home and David Lee is now v~si:ting Garry. Glenn Viands, Garry and David Gray of town spen,t Thursday and Friday with the formers grand- ~paren:ts 'Mr. ~and ,Mrs. Bert V~ands. ,Mrs. Abner Henry and son Gar ry of the Bloomery were Friday eve,nlng callers w~,th her sister Mrs. l~o,bert Frye. ,Messrs Harry 8nyder and Ed- wlin Miller of "Myersd'a:le, Pa. were oallers on Wednesd.ay evening .wilth "Mr. Bert Viands. Theyreturn ed tie their homes on Thursday as t~he weather w,ms a l,i,~tle too warm ~for them. "Mr. ,and LMrs. Donald Hoverma,le ,and daug~hter Donna of, Berkeley Oprings were 'Monday evening call ors wqlth their grandmother Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. George Jones ,was a caller "Monday af,terno~ra. "Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fz'l~t~ks of Charles Town ~vere cxllers Sat~ar- ~ay evening wfth their son Melvin 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Tommie ,Herndon of rSui~tland, Md. spent the ni~h,t Fri day ~it~h her rma~en,ts. ,Mr. and Mns. ObOe Johnston and daug~hter Bonnie were Sunday ev- ening c~lelrs with her paren~t~ Mr. and Mrs. "M/l,ton Popkias and Joy ce at I~bietown. ,Mr. a~nd Mrs. tester Viands :and ~two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Gee- ge Ja~ckson and family of town spent Sunday a~ternoon ~t the ,~rley F~rm near ~lid~eway, he had in ve~t~ga~ted two m~nor h:ig~way acc~iden~ts vchieh occurred dn Jefferson coun~ty Sunday and Mond~,y in wh, ic~ one person suff- ered minor injuries. George Thurman Breeden. 26, Route 2, Harpers Ferry, suffered ~njuries of the elbows, knees, Chests and head in a car-tru,ck col Msion a~bou.t 9:30 Monday morn- ing about 4.7 m~les East of Cttar- ]es Town on U. S. Route 340. Tr~oper Truex sa,id.a 1958 Ford Rancher~ being driven East on U. S. Rou~e 340 by Breeden eras,hod Lust~ the back part of a 1952 ~MC Truck belonging to the Potom~a~ Construction Com~pany of Mar- ~;insburg and being driven by Er- nest Kennet~h AbShire, 31, of l~t. 1, Inwood, Trooper Truex said Breeden said ~he went t,o sleep and when he woke up the car he was dr~vd,ug and owned by Robert F. Arnet)te of H~antilt.on, Va., was being dr~g- ged along the tx>ad by the Con- structlon Company truck. It bad become hooked the back part of t~he truck. Dam,age to the two vehicles a- mou~ted to about $2,000. Trooper Truex sa~d Breeden was charged with reckless driving and Abs~hire wiJth failure to have a c'h,auffer's ,license. Saturd,a3 of tern'~on about