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II, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS DELIVERED IN THE STATE ARE SUBJECT TO 22 CONSUMERB BALEE TAX. SURECRIFTION ~3.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- SPIRIT EfrABLlSHED 1844 -- ADVOCATE ESTASLiSHED 188~ COMBINED MARCH I. tS4S MAX BROWN. EDITOR OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREET -~ TELEPHONE 222 SERVING JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR 114 YEARS AND READ BY MORE tHAN 20.000 PEOPLE EVERY WEEK. ENTERED AR SECOND CLARII MA'I-FER AT THE POSTOFFICK IN CHARLItR TOWN, W. VA,. UNDER THE ACT OF MARCH ~. IS7S. i WEEKLY NEWBPAPER REPRESENTATIVES. INC. NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA DETROIT . LOB ANGELES MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL EDITOR Thursday, July 23, 1959 WELCOME, MR. SAM As the voice of the Whole community we extend a most cordial and hearty welcome to Mr. Sam Rayburn, the dis-i tinguished and able Speaker of the House of Representa- tives who will honor us with his presence Saturday evening;' l Mr. Rayburn is more than one of the great leaders of the i Democratic Party. Nor is it enough to say of him that he! has served.as Speaker of the House longer than any other man in the history of the republic. These accomplish- ments will assure him of a deserved place in history. But they will not and cannot tell the whole story. It is doubt- ful if any man in modern times has had a greater influence on the legislative branch%f the government of the United States. His influence is not confined to the House where he presides so ably. It reaches over into the Senate; for virtually half of the members of that select body received their first legislative experiences under his able guidance " while they served in the House. Both of our Senators, Sena- tor Randolph and Senator Byrd, looked to Mr. Rayburn for friendly advice and counsel when they served in the House. The same can be said of many other members of the Senate, including the distinguished Majority Leader of the Senate, Lyndon B. Johnson. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fulton of Berkeley Springs, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Spence Watch of Detroit, Michigan visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd P. Owens and fam- ily and enjoyed a picnic together. The Leetown Farm Women's Club members had a most enjoy- able day Wednesday when they drove over to Shanondale for their annual picnic. They had a guided tour to see the beautiful cottages and summer homes, the club house and swimming pool that have been built around on the mountain. Then had dinner at a picnic area, from there they went to Harpers Ferry sight-seeing, sorry more of the club members didn't go to en- j(iy the day: Mrs. John Poland and Mrs. Eld- ridge Baker and sons Keith and Mike of Martinsburg visited Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. J. S. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr and children Pete and Judy of Charles Town left Saturday evening for Morgantown, W. Va. to spend a week, where Clark will be instruc- tor at a fire school. Don't forget the W.S.C.S. are having their annual supper at the Leetown Methodist Church, Wed- nesday evening, August 5. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Hag- erstown, Md. were supper guests Saturday evening with the formers mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. John Gard- ner and Miss Ann Gardner attend- ed the Kyner reunion Sunday at the War Memorial Park in Martins- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Phil P~rks of Charles Town were callers Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were supper guests Sunday evening with the !Dorothy Jones, Larry Jones, Mr. teachers the coming term, namely Raleigh Moore, Mrs. W. D. Dur- Mr. Jay Kearns, Mrs. Alice Thorn- ham and daughter, Miss Vickie Ma- son, and Mrs. Miller. ehado, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones Mr. Herbert Gibbs, of Summit and family, Charles, Jr., and A1- Point was the speaker at the Meth- fred Owens. odist Church Sunday morning in the absence of Rev. S. L. Butcher who is attending a conference of Town and Country ministers at Wichita, Kansas, this week. Mrs. Randolph Barnes The adult class of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Torrey, of Sunday School, Mrs. H. H. Jennings Lakewood, Ohio, spent the week- teacher, met at the home of Mrs. end with Mrs. Anson Granthorn. Their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Torrey, who had been vacationing here and Mrs. Anson Granthorn re- turned to Lakewood with them. Mrs. Granthorn will spend some weeks there and with relatives in Erie, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eaton, of Washington, D. C. were Mrs. Mar- shall Engle's week-end guests. Mr. William Flu, of Bristol, Tenn. is visiting his sister, Mrs. James Granthorn. Mr. Kenneth Alivine, of the C. H. Mussleman Co. in Biglerville, Pa. was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Schill Thursday. Sgt. Francis Pifer, who was with the U. S. Signal Comm Agency in Japan for thirty months arrived home Wednesday night, having served his enlistment. He is the son of Mrs. Edna Pifer. Mrs. R. U. Smith and grandsons, Timothy and David, Morgan Smith, spent Tuesday with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston, Kearneys- ville. Mrs. Clarence Swartz, Mrs. Wil- liam Swartz, of Charles Town, and Miss Clemye Baker visited Miss Bessie Barbour and Mrs. Anna Horner in Darkesville Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pifer and son spent Sunday in Baltimore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiant. Sonny Smith returned home with hem after spending a week in Baltimore. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicodemus entertained at We welcome Mr. Rayburn to Jefferson County, and we formers mother Mr. Mary Bruce a weiner roast honoring the return trust Jefferson Countians 'will show him the hospitality Furr ...... -:, rSag dFMancis P!fer. Guestswere ]! and respect to which he is entitled. He ill not have to Jimmy Edwards visited with Jack an: " ., s. , nurew LongerDeam ci Iamlzy, Mr and Mrs Robert with us very long to know that he and his opinions on Corner on Wednesday at the home ...... "., Le~gnt ann zamuy, Mr and Mrs :'national affairs are greatly respected here. He will of Mrs Marshall Glenn .. " he knows that our thinkin " " tJelbert McFillan, Mason and be with us very long before . " _ g About fifty persons attended Wayne Pifer Mrs Denia Niceb, in harmony with his thinking; and we will look forwara the WSCS icnic of the Leetown ' : J' .... ...... s to sa-- knowin-: .... ~ Mrs Edna Pifer, Mr and Mrs Bill It! tah Plee i [e li :ennggt:oWna n;:eat an 'wise meng Metth:d;:r:hnUrcha:h::h::: h:lnd" Pff:e~ andnS'n' Mr. and Mrs. Harry " ' y, a d lvirs ~vonne Holland. of our times day ' Mrs. Edward A. Cockey, of Par- - ........ : ....... ri-1 "~f~ there! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens en- cellville, spent Monday with Mrs. ln~n ~,~#l,,,l~,~n~ ~t|~el~vP.~,vP~ ...... ~ ..... _ s, ~_ i tertained Saturday evening with a Randolph Barnes l~J~ ~]GUUaL[II~ VlaO,~to ~ts oeceaseu memDer, 'rnomas: swimming party and picnic Those Mr ' lost durra ~ . Roland Clarke, of Alexan- t%L_...I----T..... Ill;.,~l~, U,~.,.. J B. Janney, who was g lpresent were Mr. and Mrs Floyd dria is spending the week with 5H][le$/UWII HI~II Hd~ tWorld war n Owens and dau hter Mrs'W T [MReMv.sP::~eShHUluliMorningPryerin Reuniolr, ilurle! Spe 1 !'an'h G:acWefll;sndp:t1 Twenty-two members of the 1 3 [ " " ' 11 John Rissler and family, Mr. and[Church Sunday at 10"30 D ST raduatm" class of Charles Town | (Helen Ware), Mrs. Laird lviarsna Mrs Bill" ,, Owens and famfl' v M~ss" I The local school will have" " "three g g . ~ ., . High School and their families[(Rena Brown), Mrs. H. W. Lehman ~ o ether m a bountiful pic- (Mary Frye), H. W. Lehman, r, en- _ joined t g [ ........... ~ de~phia, Pa. for a num~ber of years r on Count Me nem ~ager, t'reston lvierenant, ~ai nic supper at Jeffe s Y -] ..... " ....... before moving to Florida. While morial Park on Saturday, July 11 leb F. Burns, and James tiammono. A T M ( in Philadelphia he worked for the to celebrate their 20th anniver- The remainder were all from'~dis- iF L ~ | || J A. & P. stores until his retire- sary. And on hand to be the guest tanee: Dr. Joseph Cam and Eu~ne ... mes~. Het~Vea~atb:~n::E 1~ 1886, speaker for the oecasmn was D. P. Wdhamson, Berryvdle, Va., MPs..~:-.:*,:.,:.,:0:,,:..:-:.,: :0:,,:.,~:,.~ :-:*,:. he and the late Mary Eliza~:~h Hurley, a former principal of the John Staley (Dorothy Johnston), MRS. HELENE ALVEREZ ,Hill Leslie. He ,was a brother of :il Stanley Ring Friday night. Callers at the home of Mrs. J. B. White Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cram and daugh- ter, Joan, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cram and son all of Ransom Joseph White spent the week-end with his grandmother, Mrs. J. B. White. Mrs. Harry Ritter, of Winchester, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harlan James. Mr. and Mrs. Roy White, of Flori- da and Ill. called upon Mrs. Joe Barnes Saturday. Mrs. White is the former Mrs. Nathan Barnes. Sunday guests of Mrs. Catherine Cross were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frye, Miss Ethel Frye and Master Jay Frye; the latter from Shep- herdstown. Master Richard Shirley accom- panied his aunt, Mrs. Edith Jones and family, of Martinsburg, to Ocean City, Md. for the week-end. Boy Scouts from Troop 68 BSA at Rock Enon this week are Elwood Cross, Richard Shutts, Tommy Shirley, Stewart Pulse, and Amon Granthorn. Miss Shirley Macoughtry, Mrs. R. L. Macoughtry, Mrs. R. H. Har- desty, Mrs. R. J. Madison, and Mrs. William O. Macoughtry visited Mrs. Caroline Macoughtry at N. I. H. in Bethesda Monday. Mrs. Truman Shirley entertained the Methodist Church Youth Fel- lowship at her home Sunday night. After worship service refreshments SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4--A THURSDAY JULY were served and games played. JUNIOR LEADERS ATTEND 4-H LEADER'S CAMP TRAINING CONFERENCE Gladys Butler of Rippon, LaRue Ross of Ranson, Jean Pat)terson, Charles Town and Ashtou Pincket~ Shenandoah Junction attended the State 4-H Leader's Training Con- fernce held at Washington-Carver 4-H Camp, Clifftop recently. Ac- cording to Mrs. Victoria G. Goons Club Ageut, the youth received scholarships to attend to the traip ing conference. DEPENDENT INDUSTRY A recent study has indicated ~Tm~ the income of more thun one half of West Virginia's 10~pu~a~ion depe~'~ds, to a substar~tial ex~tent, upon the produohon and sate of She state's leading natural resour- ce - -~oal. PHONE 664 Complete On Dr. Flanagan's Tractor work has completed on Doctor farm near Middleway. Technical assistance in t structJon of Vwo new the sealing of two others sided by Soil C( personnel. Completion ponds now makes water i~ every pasture field on As a result bet~cer use af are possible. Over of a field will no longer: lem and the better graSS dace the amount of .w~ter off Uhe fields. ,Farmer's recently erators with the Easte dle Soil Conservatio~ E. Meta Frazier and Lee bower, both of Surrgnit FREE DELI Lb. c Charles Town High School. In his remarks Mr. Hurley re- minded his "boys and girls" of '39 that he had personally awarded the diplomas that year, the only class for which he had had that honor during his 12 years hpre as princi- pal. Many humorous and enjoyable incidents were recalled and in clos- ing hc requested the class to not wait twenty more years for another reunion but to contact him when- ever and wherever it would be held. During the evening the class president, Kenneth Sager, Charles Town, introduced the guests, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hurley and Mrs. Harley's sister, Rockville, Md.; Mr(. and Mrs. George Hill, St. James, Md.; Mr. Ted Elliott, Emmittsburg, Md., and Miss Martha Phillips, Charles Town. All made replies and expressed great appreciation and joy at returning for this memora- ble event. Mr. Hill was the athletic d#rector for several years at the local high school. Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Alvin Blum (Helen Clem), Norfolk, Va., Millard M. Trussell, Roanoke, Va., Wilbur Alger, Winchester, Va., Fred Ma- honey, Che~erly, Md., William Spinks, and Oscar Weller, Balti- more, Md., Garnet Morison, Mr. :and Mrs. James Cain (Lily Wysong), Hagerstown, Md., and Mrs. Richard Owens (Frances Link), Portland, Oregon. Communications were read from several members and former teach- ers who could not attend. It was truly a wonderful evening of fellowship for all attending. There were about 90, including the families. LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose SURPRISE ANNIVERSARY A surprise wedding anniversary party was given for Mr. a,r~d Mrs. Bryan Hoffmaster of Bakerton Saturday night a,t the home of ~IMr. and Mrs. George C~geby hy Novelty prizes were awarded ;Miss Carrolyn Hoffmaster. Their Mrs. Frances Link Owens for tra- daughter and Mrs. ~ageby and soling the fartherest distance corn- and daughter Dorrene. Cake, cook ing from Oregon; Caleb Burns, ies, punch, nuts, potato chips and ~ints were served Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town, for the largest ram- [-Ioffma~er received some very ily present; Garnet Morison~ Ha-' nice gi~ts. They showed t~heir sur- gerstown, Md., for eldest child Orise a,~nd appreciation. We wish present; Kenneth Sager, Charles ,them many more Ha~ppy Years of married life. Those present were Town, for youngest child; Kenneth ,Mrs. htarie Gift and daughter Sager, Harvey W. Lehman, Charles Jeande, Mrs. Ruel Kidwiler and Town, and Mrs. Dorothy Johnston `Mrs. Bonnie Hawes, Carolyn. Ca- Staley, Frederick, Md. as most ~hy Tommy Hoffrnaster all of Bak e~ton, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Am- nearly fulfilling the class prophesy. Thomas B. ("Pete") Janney is the only member of the entire class of 42 who is now deceased. A memorial service was conducted by Mrs. Louise Ramey Moler. This included reading the 23rd Psalm, a prayer written by the late Dr. Peter Marshall, who had addressed the class at its graduation, silent meditation and Tennyson's "Sun- set and Evening Star". The class voted to kccp the same committee for another reunion in five years and requested the group to contact the officers of two other classes who have recently had re- unions in the effort to form an Alumni Association for Charles brose, B411y Honk, Judy Bridges of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bry an Hoffmaster, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Geo- rge ~ageby, son and daughter. Everyone enjoyed the happy ev- celt, Mrs. Donald Kilmer Is Honored At Stork Shower Mrs. 'Donald Kilmer was guest of honor at a surprise stork shower ,held at the Park Pavillion Tues- day evening, July 21. ff-Iostesses were Mrs, Al Hooper Charles Town and Mrs. Harvey D. Gardner of Marti~sburg. Thirteen guests ,were present. Mrs. Ktlmer was the recipient ol many lovely gifts. Town tIigh School. ] A cake decorated with pink and It was also voted to have the white ,booties, mints, nuts and committec survey the needs of the [cakes were served. local high school with the hope] Co,ngre~ held responsible ~or , that-.thercla~s ,of- 19ag;can~make~ an.[ high.U.. ~..~peadl,ng.. Mrs. Helene Alvarez, wife of Ar senio" Alvarez of here, died Mon- day morning in General Hospital after a long illness. Born in Louise on July 5, 1918, she was a daughter of Michael Shuma of Weirton and the late Mrs. Mary B. Shuma. Surviving are her husband; daughter, Miss Helene A1varez, at home; three sons-Ramon A., Man uell and Michael Alvarez, at home; her father; four sisters- Mrs. Harry Scheetz, Follansbee; Mrs. Steve Bukoinsky, Charleston Mrs. Andrew Ellis, Weirton; Mrs. Nicholas Chuma, Akron, O.; and five brothers-Michael, Andrew, John and Stanley Shuma, Weir- ton; Steve Shuma, California, Pa. Friends were received at the Smith and Strider Funeral Home here until Tuesday h~orning when ~the body was removed to the Hertnick Funeral Home in Weir- ton. Services were held Thursday at 9 a. m. at St. Nicholas Church in Weirton with burial in Chapel Hill Cemetery there. McDONOUGH INFANT The child born to Mr. and Mrs. 7.,eonard P. McDonough, North Lawrence Street, Charles Town, in Charles Towr# General Hospital "Sunday evening, failed to sur, vise. Graveside services .were held Monday morning at 11 in Edge Hil Ce~netery, with,It~he Rev. Carl- yle McDonald ,of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church offi- ciating. The child's mother and .father and one sister, Linda 11, survive. Mr. McDonough is employed at the Central Telephone Company. COLUMBUS W. JONES 'Columbus W. Jones, 85, farmer and orchard worker and a resi- dent of ,the Zoar sectiu.n of Jeffer- son Coun,ty for the past 40 years, died Tuesday night about 10:30 .at the Gateway Rest Home near Hagerstown, Md., where he had ,been a,Short time, .following a long illness. the late Clara and Katie Leslie Surviving is his wife. III | The quot, aions of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at C~harles Town Monday, July 20, 1959. Receipts of cows and calves ~heavy wi~/h a good demand for all ~lasses on sale. Feature of sale was prime veal :top $34.25; choice heifers top $27.- 90; choice steers 28.70. Choice butcher steers 28.00 to 28.70; good butcher steers 25.00 .to 27.00; plain to medium steers 21.00 to 24.00; choice butcher her .fers 27.00 to 27.90; good butcher ,heifers 23.00 to 26.00; pl,ain to mecHum heifers 18.00 to 22.00; good bulls 22.50 to 23.60; plain to ~nedium bu}ls 18.00 to 22.00; com- ,mercial cows 19.00 to 20.00; uillty cows 18.00 to 19.00; canners and ,cut~ters 17.50 down; cows by the ~head up to 240.00; stoeker and feeder steers 24.00 to 30.00; stock heifers and b~tl.ls by the head up ,to 160.00; Choice to prime calves 32.00 to 34.25; good butcher calves 28.00 to 31.00; medium butoher calveS 24.- 00 to 27.00; ravin calves 23.00 dow~ heavy c~ves 24.0 0to 30.00; Blue head grade lambs 26.00; red head grade lambs 23.50; red Shoulder grade lambs 19.30; but- ~er ewes 3.00 to 7.00; stock ewes ,per head none; Good butcher hogs 15.00 to 15.- 90; mediu, m butcher hogs 14.00 to 15.00; heavy bu~tcher hogs 13.00 to 15.00; butcher sows 8.50 to 13.00; heavy feeders ~nd light butcher hogs 13.00 to 17.00; ~hoas per hundred 22.00 down; ,pigs per 'head 12.25 down; heavy boars 6.75 ~to 7.00; Stags none; sows and pigs ,none; stock boars 8.00 to 15.00. `Miscellaneous sales sLaW 11:00 A. M.-Llvestock sales 1:30 p. m. oac~ Monday. He was a ~ative of Clarke Coun ty ,a, the fred and Girl Scout Troop 16 Susan Jones. He was never mar- tied. . [Met At Kable Home Nearest survivors are several nei ces and nephews. Friends will bg received at the *Melvin T. ~trider Company Colon ial Funeral Home here unttl~ Frir- day when services will be held there at 2:30 p. m. Irtterment will be in S~lem Churchyard near Hil;lsboro in Loudoun County, Va. JAMES A. LESLIE ;Funeral services were held Sat- u~rday, July 18 in Florida 'for James A. Leslie of St. Petersburg,, Fla. formerly of Jefferwon County, who died last wek in St. Petersburg. The dec~ed ~esided In Phila- Mentbers of ,Girl Scout Troop No. 16 met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Emory Kable on the Keyes Ferry Road near Town. The girls started work on thei Rambler badge by strolling abou learning names of wild plants and interesting things about them. They .found many fascinating ~hings all about them. W~hite enjoying refreshments the girls made plans to take a 4rip before school begins. lb. FRESH GROUND lb. Lb. c I doz. (OUR OWN lb. mm AM lb. 0 CALIFORNIA each WHITE GRAPES, PLUMS, PEACHI!S, LEMONS, ORANGES, LIMES, BAI / APPLES, HONEYDEWS, GRAPEFRUIT, Cello BAGS CRISP GREEN BEANS, CABBAGE, CUCUMBEBS, CORN ON COB, NEW :POTATOES, YELLOW SQUASH, ETC. [COL'I 10c Extra AIR C ON D I TI ONE D (FRIDAY AND SATURDAY) H E R E t