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I I I M~$t~t*~i~H$|~$~$~H~|~|~al~$~t~u|~$HiHH~$~H~H~iHH~HiH~H~||~HH~H~H|Hi~ |~~~~~~$~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~i~t~~t~~~~i~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~t~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~t|~~~t~~~l~~i~~~~~~~~i~t~i~t~~t~~~~i~tt~~t~t~~~~~~~~~~~i~u~N It Mr. and Mrs. William Spinks of Baltimore, Md., Mrs. John Waters Mrs. Evelyn Grant and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey of Charles Town spe:~t from Sunday until Tuesday at I~oOtz Town, Pa. While there they attended the Kootz Fair put on by the Amish people and also visited Ephrath Cloister in Harrisburg Pa. Miss Blanche Young, R. N. was taken by ambulance to Winches- ter Memorial Ho~pi.tal, Winches- ter, Va. la.~t Saturday and her condition continues about the same. Miss Juliett Miler and Mr. Bel nie Keon were guests over th( weekend at the home .~f her mo- ther Mrs. Miler, East Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Deering and family of Arlington, Va. were guests of their mother Mrs. Mile3 East "vVa~hington St. Miss Kathy Propps, SoutJh Chm ch Street has been spendl,~g the past, 2 weeks at Peterkin Confer- ence Center. Romney. ,Miss Mary Randolph Smith has re;turned to her home "Silver Spring" after spending a week with her former Stuart Hall Room mate, Miss Leigh Sage at the home of her parents in Arling,ton, Va. She is leavi:]g Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr. and their children, Ruth Rogers Smith. Elizabeth R. Smith and Robert R. Smith 3rd accompanied by Mrs. Smi.th's nei- ce and nephew Myrtle Love Smith xnd Rogers Lewis to spend a week isiting Mrs. Smith's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Max 9Ir. Graham to spe,]d a month in I ~a~t Gloucester, Mass. Enroute J they stopped over night with the Zilenzigers in Hart~dale, Ncw York. Mrs. Zilenziger is the for- mer Miss Roxanne Shugart. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hine and sons Charles and William have re turned home from a 3 day tour of New York City. While there they saw the Charles Town Band in the Lions Club parade a,nd the Soviet Russia Display at the Col- i,~seum and many other interest- ing t:hings. Mr. and Mrs. Vivan Bush has just returned home from a weeks visit to We.~t Grove, Pa. home of home Sunday evening. Mr. Gibson M. Kyle of Des Mot nes, Washington flew to Washing- Gibson is a Lt. Col. in the Army Reserves. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell and son Jackie were Tuesday evening vis,itors wi.th Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taverner and family of Leesburg, Va. Mrs. Harry Thorpe left Sunday for New Castle, Pa. and Pitts- burgh, Pa. to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wraga and family of East Congress Street, Charles Town moved on Tuesday to Hagersctown, Md. where they will make their home. Little Wendy Killer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Killer will enter Union Memorial Hos- pital, Baltimore, Md. on Thursday (.today| where she will undergo minor surgery. Mrs. Killer is stay ing with her daughter and was accompanied to Baltimore by Mr: and Mrs. Donald Eyster. Mr. Kil- mer will join his wife and daugh- Keith Bzockman is spending a two weeks vacation-wi.th friends in Ken, tucky and Virginia. Mrs. George ~Mohr and ,Miss Peg gy Dixon of Baltimore, Md. spen,t Wednesday with ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard. Shreck and Mr. George Mohr of Jefferson Avenue. Lt. and Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd of Greensville, S. C. arrived las,t Thursday ,to spend a couple of weeks wi.th their paren.ts ~Mr, and: Mrs. Calvin Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lloyd. 'Miss Debbie Smith of Bai,timore, WId. is spending the week with her au,nt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, South Church St. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Porter, Mrs. Jack Simons and Mrs. Jessie Zeig ler of Hagerstown, Md. were din- ner guests with Mrs. Clayton Hain es last Friday. Mrs. Electa Zeigler who has been visiting Mrs. Hain- es the last 2 weeks returned home with them. Wednesday visitors with Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack Jewell and so0n Jackie were Mr. and Mrs. Reed Johnson of Leesburg, Va., Mrs. Eunice Jewel.l and daughter of Hamilton, Va. and Mr. and "Mrs. Charles W. Appell of near town. Mrs. Harold Fritts who is on her vacation from her duties at Newton D. Baker Hospital is leav- ing Frld~y by t,ra'.,l to visi't her aunts and uncles in Dayton, Ohio. She will be accompanied by her gran&son Michael. Martinsburg Man Wins Speedboat Presented By Shenandoah Downs # ROUND STEAK .... lb. 79c SIRLOIN STEAK - - - lb. 79c CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69c Esskay's Sun-Up BACON BRIGGS BACON - - - lb. 59c Brigg's All Meat FRANKS - lb. 59c Dixie Maid FRANKS - - lb. 49c LONGHORN CHEESE -.- lb. 49c NEW POTATOES--- U. S. No. 1 Size "A" - 50-1bs. $1.75 NEW POTATOES---:' U. S. No. 1 Size "B" 50-1bs. 79e LEMONS--California- Juicy, 12 for 29c CORN ..... 6 for 25e TOMATOES--Cello Cartons, 2 for 35c A roaring crowd of fans played and pushed Vhe favorites, ,and more than the usual number went for the long-shots Tuesday aight at Shenandoah Downs. It was free parking and free ad mission for the long-shots Tues, day night at Shenandoah Downs. It wa$ free parking and free ad mission for the 9,666 who literally heated the turnstiles passing t'hroug~h. The throng started early to be on hand for anottter of "man lager Bob Leavibt's give-awa~vs. The apple of everyone's eye was the sleek Glasspar G-3 Skiboa~t, 50 h. p. outboard motor and .trailer. The ha:ppie~t person in ,the aud- ience was John W. V~il,t of Mar- 'tinsburg w.ho :took over the speed bo~t outfit; Winners of the five room air conditiceaers given away Thursday night, June 30 were Frank E. Wheeler, Boonsboro, Md.; Howard M. Lee, 127 East Royal Street, Lee sburg, Va.; Mehrl Hill,. 82 Carver Apartments, Frederick, Md.; Min- n.ie L. Engle, MarshaAl Street, Ran son, W. Va.; Jack At,acid Delwicks 613 North Mulberry Street, H~ig- erstown, Md. The Wages Of Sin To Be Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal. pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- ch, Ranson, announces ,the follow lb. 39c I m l I[ ing sohedule for services for Sun- " day, July 12 a;~d other church (Fresh or Smoked, Small and Lean) VEAL CHOPS .... lb. 59c CHUCK ROAST .... lb. 49c HAMBURGER--- Fresh Ground Beef - 3-1bs. $1.33 (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) I I Ill I Ill Ill I II I U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" ON events during the following week: Sunday, July 12-The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m. wi,th sermon, "The Wages of Sin". Nur SPEND LESS AND GET= MORE sery held during worship. Smday, Church School and Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; Robert Stone. Su, perintenden,t. Senior Luther Leug- BORDEN'S COFFEE--Instant ,)-oz. jar 79c ue meets at the parsonage; Mon- day at 7:00 p. m. Ch.urch Work- BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE 6-oz. Jar 99c NESCAFE COFFEE--Instant 6-oz. jar 99c NESCAFE COFFEE--Instant Big 8-oz. jar $1.19 PET EVAP. MILK -6 Tall Cans 89c MONARCH EVAP. MILK 6 Tall Cans 79c KENNY SALAD DRESSING qL jar 49C MONARCH MAYONNAISE - - qt. jar 65c MONARCH SALAD DRESSING SONNY BOY (Tax Included) J E L L O--Assorted SALADA TEA--lc Sale BOSCUL TEA . , . MARGARINE--Famous Brand COUNTRY LARD--PURE DOMINO SUGAR - - (With Purchase of $5.00 or More) pt. jar 29c 2 for 7c 4 for 37c 64 Bags 69c 48 Bags 41c ers' Conference meets at the church, Monday at 8:00 p. m. Un- ited Lutheran Church Women will have their General Meeting, Wed nesday at 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. O. S. Bloom. United Lu- theran Church Men meet Wednes day at the church at 8:00 p. m. for the King's Men Crusade. Choir rehearsal, Thursday at 8:OO p. m. Pedestrian Killed Near Harpers Ferry Jefferson Coun.ty's eighth high- way fatality was recorded about 10 p. m. Thursday night on U. S: Route 340 near the Shenandoah PAver bridge at Harpers Perry when Delano Harbert, 34 of Brans wick, Md. was instantly killed 2-1bs. 33c when struck by a tracltor-trailer truck w,hile walking along the 2-1bs. 25c highway. ~ _ Charles Town State Trooper it. --'-a-ms. 39e R Truex said Harbert suffered a fractured skull and broken neck and was pronounced dead on ar- rival at Charles Town General H~spi,tal by Dr. Mildred Williaxns, Jefferson County coroner. Dr. Wil liams s~d de~th ,was accidental by highw~ty accident. Trooper Truex said Hm~ert was walki,.ng on the rich side of Vhc hi.g~hway heading towards Bruns- wick and apparen,tly he got out onto the macad,am b=ig~l~way too far and: stepped ir~to t)he pa~t'h of a 1957 M~ack tractor-trailer truck belonging to the McLean Trucking Company of Wlnston-Salc~m, N. C. and being driven by Jona~ha,u D. IA~y of C~h4n Creek, W. Va. Tro~per Truex f~aid it ~ppeared as though Harbevt turned around DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES pkg. 33c KRAFT VELVEETA UHEESE 2-lb. pkg. 79c TOILET TISSUE--Pink or Yellow, 16 Rolls $1.00 COCA COLA - - 6 pack 30c (One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- Plus Deposit) I I II I ,(Whole or Cut Up) m l II lllll II I l l I l I l EVERFRESH FORDHOOK LIMAS---10-oz. pkgs. - - 2 for 35c SEA FOOD DINNER - - - 59c 0YSTERS---Selects - - 6 for 49c MORTON'S ROLLS - - doz. 21c and saw the truck coming at him IDA MAE PIZZA - - large size 79c tJb t he jun~ped as though to avoid being hit, but instead land I II I II I I I IIIII III ARROW ....... 98c radiator of ,he ~t, rucl~ and was carried some dis- tance up the high'waY. Damage ,to NOTICE OF MEETINi SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADt The July meeting of the Poto-[ 6--A IHLRSDAY, JUI,Y 9, mac Garden Club will be 'held on! July 15tLh at2 p. m. a,t the home RG d F W Vi gi of Mrs. J. Henry Dutrow, in Char ecent ra uates r0m est r nia les Town. Mrs. J. Hendricks Dan-I iels will be co-hostes._________~. College Beauty Culture in Martinsburg I Woodward-Oden Nuptials Solemnized In Charles Town Baptist Church In a ceremony performed at four o'clock Sunday afternoon June 21 in the Charles Town Bap- tist Church Miss Peggy Jean Oden daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Oden became the bride of Charles Henry Woodward, son of Mrs. Allene V. Woodward of Mar- tinsburg. The Rcv. Russell J. Urquhart performed the double ring cere- mony before a background of palms, white gladiolis, mums and lighted candles. Preceding the ceremony Miss Gwen Knott of Shepherdstown played ~ program oT nuptial music and accompa,nied Mr. William Pat terson of Paw Paw, W. Va. who sang "O Promise Me" and during the ceremony "The Lords Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by her fathor wore a gown of white nylon sheer* with scallop neckline of re-embroidered Alencon lace and iredescent sequi,ns, the full skirt ending in a chapel train. Her fingertip veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and sequins. She carried a white orchid on a white Bible with pom pores. Miss Genevieve McKee ,:)f Kear MISS DONNA LEE BROWN Mrs. Dorothy L. Kisner, wife of Mr. Roy Kisner, Charles ToWn and Miss DonnaLee Brown, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown also of Charles Town were reecnt graduates of the West Vir ginia College of Beauty Culture in Martinsburg. While attending the college, both ladies were selected for mem bership in ~he Shenandoah Chap neysville, was maid of hcnor three bridesmaids-Miss Mary Alice Hitt, Miss Peggy Atkins of Char- les Town and Miss Caroly,n Oden MRS. DOROTHY L. ter of the "Kappa Delta ,.national organization of Culture Students. In t:he recent hair s;tyling test held by the school for graduating class, 'Mrs. Kisner first place for her hair style, Upon graduation, both were awarded "Honor piomas by Mrs. Mamie ident of Scott for scholaxtic achi of Bolivar, cousin of the bride. I& * m a a Little Miss Barbara Cole. cousinlr~r, rr, m Lnarte~: lawn tnnrrn of the groom, was flower girl andI ..... v..,,......,. --v..~,~ v,,.m,=,~ Master Art Webb, cousin of the[ -- @ bride was ring bearer. [ The Charles Town Methodist The attendants frocks were of lChurch was on Saturday, June 20, f skut and the scene of the lovely June wed silk organza with ull ", " cummerbund ending in long sash- es. The maid of honor i,.n pink, the bridesmaids in green. All wore matching headbands, gloves and slippers and carried nosegays of mums and baby's breath. Mr. Leighton Miller of Kearneys ville served as best man. The ush- ers were Steve Sinnett, Leo Fogg and Tom Stillwell. All Theta Sig ma Chi Fraternity members. Mrs. Oden, mother of the bride was at, tired ~n a pink linen shea%h with matching hat. The groom's mother wore a two piece ,blue en- semble with white accessories. Both wore corsages of pink r~)ses. Immediately following ,the wed- ding a reception was held in the church social room. ,Mrs. Meveral Y~ontz, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Charles R. Woodward, 'aunt of the groom served the brides cake. 'Mrs. Ralph Oden and Mrs. Virgil Cole poured punch. Mrs. N~,th~an Wood ward and Mrs. Carl Woodward were in charge of the gift taJble. Miss Mary Louise Eatc,.n and Mrs, Daniel Dopson had the guest :book. Others assisting. ~t the reeeptio~ were Mrs. Donald We b~ and Mrs. George Waiters. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward mot- ored sou,th for a wedding trip. The bride leaving in a blue sheath with nylon overskirt and white ac cessories and wearing her bridal orchid. Mrs. Woodward is in the X-ray Department at the Charles .Tow~ General Hos, pital. Mr. Woodward was graduated from Shepherd Col lege and will teach in Berkeley County this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oden enter ding of Miss Patricia Lorene Peter son, daughter o.f Mr. and "Mrs. Vic tor Peterson of Ranson to Mr. Ken ,.neth Franklin Price, son of ,Mr. and ,Mrs. tester Price of Charles Town. The double ring ceremony was 15erformed by Dr. Richard S0holl, new pagtor of the Met, ho- dist Church at 3 p. m. ,before an al, tar decorated wfth white glad- iollas and palms. Before the ceremony Mrs. Inger Garrison played a program of pre nu,ptial music and also the tradi,t- ional wedding ,marches. The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a lovely floor len- gth gown of cha,ntilly lace over satin, with long pointed sleeves, el bow length veil; a headband of rhinestones and sequins. Her flow ers were a wlhite orchid on a white Bible with white streamers and babyvbreath. Miss Elaine Lloyd, maid of hon or, wore whi,te nylon over blue sat ,in with white accessories and her flowers were a ,nosegay of laink car nations. Misses Norm,an Smallwood and Patricia Osborne, "bridesmai(is, u,ore pink nylon over white satin. 7"heir flowers were a nosegay of pink and white carnations. Best man to Mr. Price was Leon Sowers, a friend of the groom and the ushers were Vic,tor Petersc,.n, brother of the bride; and Thomas Crisi, brother of the groom. The bride's mother wore light blue lace over satin, with blue and whi,te accessories and a lavender orchid. The groom's mot.her wore rained 'the wedding party at ~heir home in Bolivar following the re- hearsal on Friday night. (Editor's Note-This account of the Woodward-Oden wedding is being carried this week to correct [Mi[ a number of mistakes w,hich oc, curred in the story carried in last ~}~ week's issue of this paper.) State Show IMr. MR. and MRS. KENNETI~ 'Mrs. Robert Vorous wedd!,.ng cake and Mrs. cer and Mrs. Can~oll red punch, with Mrs. at the guest book. The couple motored lowing the reception and elling the bride wore blue sheath dress with cessories and the white from the bridal On returning from ding trip the couple North Mildred street Miss Peterso,.n is a Charles Town High Mr. Price also a Charles Town High ployed at Powhatan Iron Works in Ransom Out-of-town guests ding were from Virglni.a land, the District of West Virginia. Vow: With Is Set For August 18-21 The 18~h annual West Virginia Dairy Cat.tle Show will be held August 18-21 .at the State 4-H Camp at Jackson's Mill, it was an nounccd this week by Robert L. (Bob) Steele, a ssoc2ate Ex,tension d,airy~m-] at West V, irg~inia Uni- versity. As chairman of the show's program com.md,ttee, Steele promis ed that every day of the even, t will be packed fu)l of activities that will attract t~hose who are inter- eSted in dairying. The program wil.l feature separ- a.te 4-H, FFA and open class shows; 4-H and FFA showman- ship con~tests; a f,tt~ting and show- ing clinic; 4-H heal;th balks, cor- onation of the State 4-H King and Quee,rt of Health; Sta,te 4-H tractor operators' contest, and var ious breed club meeting,s. Edsel GAiner, College P~rk, Md: 'herdsman ~t the University of ,l~aryl~and will be official.| judge of ~k~e show. Any dairyman who wi~shes to ex l~bdt may get show rulexs and en- try forms from his breed chrb sec retary or coun,ty agricultural a- get, t, Steele pointed out. All en- tries must be submi.Vted not 1.wter tlmn J~ly 15. West Virgi,~a's 1959 Dairy Prin cess, Janet Phillippi, of Cameron, lV~arshall county will serve as of- ficial hostess at t~his year's show. "Princess J,anet is no stranger to ~he St~vte Dairy CaVtle Show", Steele commented. "She 'has ~hown there as a 4-H exhibitor for four years. Janet has carried. 4-H dairy projects in al,l of her el~h,t years of 4-H club work." Former County Resident Died In North Carolina St. Paul's Methodist Church in Hagerstown, Md. was the scene of the wedding of Miss Lind, a &all Hill, daugh, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. ,H~ll of l~anson and Mr. Robert Wallace Butch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Burch of Sum mi,t Point on Friday, June 26. The ceremony was performed by the ReD. J. Tumbull lBpicknall. The bride was dressed in a whi.te s,treet leng~th dress with white accessories and wore a yel- low rose-bud corsage. She had for her matron of hon- or her sister, Mrs. Clyde Beahm of Hya.ttsvilie, Md., w,h0 wore a whH~e street length dress with pink carnation corsage. 'Mr. Burch had his brother Mr. William Burch of as his best man. Only close rela,tives of and groom a~tended the Following 'the bide and groom left for. ding trip to Alan, t~c CitY, til Tuesday,, ~hen New York City to join Town High SOhool ~he bride partici,pated in International Parade. ~Mrs. Burch is a of Charles Town High Mr. Burch is a 1957 .the same soh:ool. The couple w,lll home in Point groom Is employed bY a.t t~he Bur0h W. P. C. Perry Is Winner Jaycees, Turtle Derby Entries In ~e second annual Turtle Derby sponsored by 'the Jef ferson County Juycees at War 'Me morlal Park Saturday totalled 153 wish W. P. C. Perry ,having *the reinbursed Vheir five-dollar entry fee in Che fund-r~sing project. I He~t-winning sponsors a,.nd en- i tries were Bill Si,tes, "Dynamlte"; : A, merican Legion, "No Tomorrow" Ted Syeiter. "D~,thone-C-78"; Guy Davis, "Hopeless"; A. V. ,~A;th, "Sid Whiz"; A. D. Peters, Jr. ".Fire in~bhe-.H'old"; Gettie Glenn, "Al- fred Ir'; and Perry. TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The Arrena Carroll Class will hold a rummage sale in Baker Bui.ldlng i'n Cha,rles Town Friday New Wheat Bringing $1.62 Per Bushel At Local GrainDealers C~az'les Town and dealers, t~he Charles and Feed and PeopleS Charles Tcavn ,and tes in Ranson were $1.62 per bushel for ,.n~ was learned here (Thu.rsc~ay). The price ~.is year v~ha~ it was last few cen~.s lower a~ble time. A "good" yield for xbOu~ 40 acres; yield Is about put at 30 bushels ~to The crop ~.ill be ,this week, mainly given good weather of the week. READ THE CL'a'~ OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! G U N T H E R ..... 98e S C H L I T Z ..... $1.40 (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS the try.ink amoun~ted to about $250 Word has been received of ~he |rtcl Saturd, ay, July 1O and 11. l't was stated. Trooper Tommy dea~tJh of Miss V4rgini.a Lee John Ward assisted in investigating ,the sen, formerly of Shepherdstown, LAWN PARTY a~ldent, i Tuesday at ,her :home i'n Burllng- i - , The deceased, a nwtive of We~, ~on, N.C. l The IV~iddle~ay Me,t~od~s Chur Vlrgd~ia, had been a fireman oni Graveside services will be com oh wilq hold a lawn party on the the BaRimore & O~o ~kHroad. duoted Friday ~t 3 p. m. at Elm- ghurdh l~v~n Sa~turd0,y eveP2,ng, The b(xly was taken to the Fei,tz wood Cemetery. July 1.~ i~ was announced this Funeral Home in I~runswick, Md. I Her ,father was the la~te Isaac week. Tnere will be home made iV. Johnson. A brother, Frank pre ice cream and coun&ry h, am sol- READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE ~eded ,her in dea%h, diers. Please Ph YOUR SOCIAL IY . 01v To Mrs. June ]] ' -. Call 222