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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 23, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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July 23, 1959

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IIIT OF .iEFFERSON rARvv a ADVOCATE DAy, JUI,Y 23, 195!) 2---A AND OTHER ~d Mrs. G.C~. Pea:'/ $~ P ]ear~ome one year ago [:~t go back to B~ltimore [ ~e he evening was spen~ ~~d of-t-lae chilcl enjoyed ~bery Tuesday morning that were wonderful. Mrs. Bran ~hualr~id day. Fpiday mor- man i~ 'a wonderful person. I love Warm later in the day to meet with those kind of people s were very dissapoint-she said on leaving she said I [~lag rain but no rain and e~joyed this visit and hope to re- ~ later in the evening aturn for another. ~ Stirring Sa, turday mot'- ~ and sun shine a very Mr. and Mrs. ,Melvin Wilt and ~ar and the leaves of th.~ two children of Ranson, W. Va. |:~.e swaying too and fro and Mr. and Mrs. George Talton [l~ere proud of the breeze and t,wo children and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper were guests I:,(e night to rest. ,Sunday Saturday night wit.h the laters Pelear very close about all I~h~ late'evening we were daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. ~ a wonderful rain. Men Howard Wilt. ~g shrubbery, grass and were so proud of a [~l;~!er, first good pain we L~t~ite a while so very proud ~.~ay post of duty I mustst [~ll for now. |~fter Visit ~ i ~eaty days o'f a wonder ul ,4 and friends ~ia O. Jackson, son of ~t~rs" Charles G. Jackson ~tioned at Loring Ah" ~, Maine and his friend e Pellitter of New Bruns ~da, left Monday mor- ,'r~tor for their sepra~e ~i~ Palliator reports a won ~t every ona strangers ~c ~e~ery one so friendly to ~e was rally treated with 1 r. Jackson enjoyed h~s : a is parents and bro.the~s :~, but of course .was anx- l~,earn again to his work. I)er is a telephone oper- )~w Brunswick, .Canada est of wishes for suc- ~lC~rs. Leslie Haw,thorne . hurch have retprned ~r a few days of vaca- .'~eir ranch home at toe ~e Mountains. lye Visitors Bresman of Balti- TTEHTIOH I!ItCHANTS? .VE 0N FAIR CHRISTMAS IVE. AWAYS! Selection Too !QM LENHON S Nar tTho::arl .s/:: Jell cr:.or| County From Page One Presidc~ Tucker was also given the honor of presenting a num- ber of special merit awards to members of the organization for their outstanding work during die pa~t year. William Anders was presented a merit award for his work as chairman of the Teen- Age Road-e-o and also the football game between Harpers Ferry and Charles Town; Roger E. Perry for his work as chairman of the Children's Haven 'benefit drive, and Conrad Hammann for his work on the annual Tur, tle Day project last year. Perry, Hammann and Robert D. Sto,~e. was also pre~ented Key Men Awards bby the Chapter. Hammann presented retiring president Tucker with a portable radio as a gift from the organiza- ti0n for his fine work in leading the Chapter to a sucqessful year. Harvey D. Beeler, Jr., of Paw Paw, the firs,t preside;at of the JeT ferson County Jaycees, acted as toastmaster for the program and introduced many guest.~ and form- er resid~n,ts of Jefferson county. The Clefs, a delightful musical Combo. provided dance music for dancing which followed the din- ner program. Homecoming At St. Philip's Church Announcement was made this week that Glans are being com- ~)leted at St. Phillip's Church in Charles Tow~ for the annual Homecoming observance to be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1 and 2. This is an impnrtant occasion in the life of St. Phillip's Church when members and friends that are away return for this occas- ion. Under the Chairmanshio of Mrs. Ollie Tolbert and Mrs. Nellie Craig, and their co-workers, plans are undep way to make their visit a pleasant and hanpy one. The speaker at the worship ser- vice on Sunday, Aug. 2nd at 11:00 A. ,M. will be the Rt. Rev. Wilburn C. Campbell, D. D., Bishop of W. Va. The public is invited. This announcement comes from Rev. Charles Merchant Johnson, Vicar. Party For Leeiown Church Wednesday,~' August 5 starting at 5:00 p. m. a lawn party (Cafeteria Style) will be held as a benefit for the Letown Methodis,t Church W. S. C. ~. The menu consists of old country, turkey, hot dogs, slaw, potato salad, bake beans, corn, sliced boma,toes, relish dish. ize cream, ice tea, coffee and cake Thep___~e will a]so be a_ variety tabl_~e Mrs. Josephine Mercer. I trus~ every one enjoyed the litttle gift We always try to keep in touch those who are sick. Best wish- es to each and every one do hope you will s oo~ be enjoying the best of heal:t.h, Mrs. Estella Brenman of Balti- more Md. is spendingri her va,ca~tion w ibh her very close long time friend Mrs. Mamie Russell. .M~~. and Mrs. Charles Garrett Mr and Mrs Eugene Wilt affd were visitors Friday evening withson Lee and ~la~t~g~:ter Cindy of their daughter and family Mr. and Murrell Hill were Saturday night Mrs. Neff Slusher of Ransom W. guests wit.h the formers parents Va. Mr. and Mrs. Humphry Wilt and Mr. Eugene Shreeves of Arling- Ar~toninette and Arbutus ton, Va. motored up to the farm Mr and Mrs Neff Slusher and Thursday and looked over' the ._/ _~.,,~..^.. k," ~ ...... "~,~ "~,.. -* r "hl .... t'h~v ~L.,u.~. U~ ~a,,~u,, .. va. garaen, eve y r ng perlsnea Ior ....... and Mrs. Charles Garrett motored a OYlnK, ,Fie was suprlsecl I~o see we fn Wnuhin=tnn 1-) (~ nnd wor~ h - v -1 wea'h ..... ........ ~ .............. ao ery a "y ~ er as ~ney nan. i ' " - '" "rai ? ..... dzn~ez' ,guests Sunday w th the JUs~ wonaeltuJ ns at Arn|gton Va ' ' ,latters sister and family Mr. and - , Mrs. Clyde Harris. ~ev. Lloyd Preaches Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ring along Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled h4s regu- with friends have tetra'ned home lar appointment Sunday morningafter ~ wonderful sight seeing at 11 a. m. Reading from the Book trip to Canada. of ,Second Peter the t:hird chapter Mr. L. L. Branffon has finished and .the subject he chose the cloy- drilling wells for Mr. Gerald Jen- enth verse. Seeing that all things kins and Mr. Emery Jenkins. Mr. shall be dissolved what MannerBrannon installed Gerald's elec- of persons ought ye to be, in all ~tric water pump for .him also. holy conversatio~a and Godliness; Many thanks to the nmghbors for a very interestin~ message and a letting them get thmr water at very ~ood attendance i thai' house for the last two years. ,~/2~e Marvi -c:" .i A-2c Marvin G. Jackson and / n da Kson WSO 1~ s" "io ~ i ..... " Miss Lottie Pollitier left early Sat- "~a.~ nea n Ivla.lne ana nome on . ,.,.,, ~t,.;.... ~,r.... f ......... ,-. , urday mo1D.h-~s .t,~ ..,.,.~....,.c-. =v.~.- uriotlgn was a VlSll;Or WlLn nls ' w" o his ' ....... vm fll retm'n t base ]n uncle ann aun, r Mr. ann Mrs. Maine and Mi,~ Pollitier will r~- numpn y WllI~ lvion{:lay ~ I " le ,~ z .... ..... tu'n to her job as te phone op- Mr. ano Mrs. l-uoy ~cnm~o,~ orator in Chnada of Chicago, I'll. have returned to--Mr and-~/Irs-Traylor Allen '~nd their home after a weeks vacation granddaughter " of Md, spent 'the with Mrs. Mamm Russell. i weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Thur , Mrs. Anme Wilt and daughters man Hawk. They also visited their ~uNonette and Arau~us were visi- niece Mrs Gerald Jenkins and tors Saturday evening with Mxs. family and their nephew Mr. Jun- Pauline Wilt who just returned for Jackson and family. home fore a surgical operation m A-3c DOnald Jackson along with Charles Town Geneapl Hospital!his wife June and baby Teresa Mrs. Annie Wilt presented her spent several days in Baltimore with one of the baskets of fruit visiting relatives. Donald is home given to her by the W. S. C.S. on leave from the Air Force, stat- Mrs. Ella Hytonere of Falls toned at Amarillo, Texas. C,hurch Va. was a visitor Monday A-2C Marvi~ Jackson and Miss with Mrs. G.C. Pearl art her home. Lottie Pollitier were dinner guests home. ' Tuesday with the formers sister Oommander and Mrs. Staben- and family Mr .and Mrs. Gerald once of Long island, New Yory Jenkins. have returned home after a weeks Miss Rebecca Peer spent the visit with the laters sister Mrs. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ger- Mamie Russell. old Jenkins and family. Mrs. Estella Bred'man of Balti-iMr. Billy Jackson who was era- more, Md. and Mrs. Mamie Rus- P eyed in Virginia is working for sell were visitors with Mr. andthe Acme Super Market in Char- Mrs Howard Wilt Saturday los Town. Best wishes in yore' new ~.,,;~ ~.,~ mho el,.,~ ~ " job Bill. We know you will do your ................. best The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut ,Mr. and Mrs. John Love of Hill donated four baskets of mixed Charles Town W. Va. were dinnez to those on t,he sick list this lguests Sunda~, with the former past week those remembered were isisteri and hus~band Mr. an d M~s Mr. Prank Garrett and Mrs. Paul- G. ,C Pearl. ine Wilt, Mrs. Rosie Wilt and iMeeting Of W. S. C. S. ANNOUNCEMENT! 8,0WE~S' N rt Charles . Charles Town, W. Ca. WILL Saturday Night Until P.M. v ry Wednesday Night UnHI P.M. : Very ._ Monday. Tuesday and Thursday Night Until - 5:30 P. M. G.OCE.IES OR WALL PAPER AND PAINT. The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut Hill met Tuesday night in the Church ,Hall. The Devvotional ;meeting opened singing hy~nn. Tell Me The Story Of Jesus. Mrs. John Runion read the scripture lesson which was the 107 Psalm. Mr. Humphry Wilt gave a wonderfur talk he also led us inprayer. Poe- ms were read by Mrs. Georgia Staubs, your des,tiny Essie Lan- caster Faith,ful Witness Annie Wilt, Our Fla~g, and Mrs. Georgia Pearl along the way. Closing hymn Heaven Holds All To Me Mrs. Ann,le Wilt our Sac. Called the roll, those present were Mr. and Mrs. Humphry Wilt, Mr. and Mps. John Runion, Mr. and Mrs. Her. man Garrett, Esie Lancaster, Geo pgia Staubs, Garett, Alma Hardy, Helen Hardy, Jewel Hardy Georgia Pearl. 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