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I 8---A THURSDAY, I II II{f l II I ADVOCATE JULY 23, 1959 II I I WHAT'S GOING ON IN... Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX Lawn Party The Ranson Helpers Club will h01d a Lawn Party August 15th at the old Ranson School House Starting at five o'clock. Anyone eari:~g to donate will be appreciat- ed. Mrs. Daisy Ellen Sockrites of Baltimore, Maryland has been visit- ins her son at the M & K Super Market in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Martin Glaize of Ranson left Sunday for South Caro- lina to attend the graduation of their son Dennis who is in the Marine Corp and stationed at Parris Island. Mrs. Sam Dart is visiting her son and family Mr. and. Mrs. Os- burn Darr of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Susie Glaize of Ranson spent a few days in ~Berryville with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Levi and visit- ed with Mr. and Mrs. Tomy Jones and grandchildren Dean and Cyn- thia Glaize, "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grove and son Scott visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Trussel. Mr. Grove re- turned home Sunday leaving Mrs. Grove and son here for a week. Katherine Furr along with Jim- mY Grove and George Breeden were in Winchester on Friday taking Mrs. George Breedcn to the Doctor. , Mr. HilEert Robinson has re- turned to his home on sixth Ave. from being a patient in the Charles Town Memorial Hospital. Little tlarold Webb, Jr. is spend- ing this week at the home of his Grandfather Mr. Arthur Webb and family in Ransom Miss Elizabeth Webb and bro- ther David visited with Mrs. Earl Webb and family of Millville, on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Will McDowell visited with friends in Martinsburg on Sunday afternoon. T/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Southlawn, Maryland spent the past week-end at the home of his father Mr. Arthur Webb and family. Birthday Party Little IIarold Webb, Jr. enjoyed celebrating his fifth birthday Sat- urday afternoon having a little party with David ttoffmastei" and Monty, Tony and Pam Collins, Art and Keith Webb and his little bro- ther Bruce Webb, also Mrs. Ralph tloffmaster and Mrs. Johnny Hoff- master and Mrs. Donald Webb, also his Mommie and Daddy, Grand- father and Aunt Liz. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb and sons Art and Keith and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Webb and sons Harold and Bruce spent Sunday at the home of their father Mr. Arthur Webb and family. Art, Keith and Harold Jr. spent Sunday night with their Grandfather. Mrs. Richard Braithwaite and children were Monday visitors with her mother Mrs. Emily Smallwood of Byrds Orchard. / Mhm Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Gentry L. Muse, son Huey, ~11~ Misses Bettf Casey and Francis ~ith of Leesburg, Va. were visi- ~ Friday evening with Mr. and Alton Muse and son. Little Miss Debbie and Master ~iii~ie Young, children of Mr. and ~tr. James Young of Ranson, spent last' week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd, at their home "Beallair", near Hail- town. Miss Elsie Edwards visited Wednesday evening with her broth- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Longerbeam and family, near Bolivar. Miss Mary Kay Day of Hagers- town~ Md., Mrs. Henry McKee and daughter, Karla Kay of Ranson visited Mrs. McKee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Sons, Saturday evening, Seaman David McAboy, stationed in Pa- tuxent, Md. is spending a ten day leave with his parents. Mr. Rarhon Grey, a counselor this summer at Peterkin Confer- ence Center, near Romney, spent several days recently with his mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hindman of Charles Town were dinner guests last Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and sonS. Mr. Edgar Jacobs and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Everhart of Lovetts- Ville, Va. were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan- iel Grey. Mrs. Helen Milton of Ran" son was a visitor at the Grey home an Monday. Mrs. Florence Pope of Harpers Ferry spent Sunday with her nep- hew and neice, Mr. and Mrs, Wil- liam Honk and family. David Penwell, Donald Haines, Jennifer Grey and Suzie D'Angelo aret spending this week at Camp The stork was partial once again to boy babies in his deliveries at the Charles Town General Hospital during the period of July 14-21, with five of the eight birth being boys as against only [hree girls. Wednesday, July 15, a daughter Kathy Dianne, was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Barger of Har- pers Ferry. Thursday, July 16, a son. Aub- rey Carlton, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Burr W. Trail of Knoxville, Md.; and the same day a son, Ricke~ Ettgt~n~. was born to Mr. and Mrs, Robert Lee Carey of Ran- son. Friday, July 17, a daughter, Brenda Lee, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Darr, of Knoxville, Md. Saturday, July 18. two births oc- curred, a son, Jonathan Jay, born to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Page. of Ranson; and a son, Frank Lewis, born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen Slusher of Ransom Monday, July 20. a son, Edward William, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Eugene LaRue of Charles Town. Tuesday, July 21, a daughter, Pamela, was born to Mr. and Mrs. I , I LWA-SY "IT'S WH ITE'S FOODS A " Always Plenty of FREE Your Groceries are and Plenty of Your Car FREE of Yo 4t PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i I b~ Maxwell House INST. COFFEE . 2-oz. jar 39c Nescafe INSTANT COFFEE . . 2-oz. jar 39c CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE-.4c Off 2-oz. jar 35c BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE 2-oz. jar 39c James William Long of Harpers Ferry. (5 81bs) Out-patients admitted to the hos- . pital were: Steve Wilt, Harpers Chase & Sanborn INST. COFFEE 6-oz. !ar Ferry; David Roush, Arlington, Va.; David Underwood, West Grove, ' Pa.; Myra Staunton, Robert Lea- Maxwell House INST. COFFEE 6-oz. lar ham, Allen Beahm, Vivian Overton, Dante Scoca, Charles Town; Mrs. Nescafe INSTANT COFFEE . . 6-oz. jar LUZIANNE INST. COFFEE--7c Off 2-oz. jar 32c Ruth Bierly, Leetown; Richard Col- lins, Linthicum Heights, Md.; James E. Robinson, Washington, D. C.; John F. Gruder, Baltimore, Md. James G. Magaha, Charles Town and Wendella P. Fox, Baltimore Md. Surgical patients admitted to the MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 99c 99c 99c Economy lO-oz, jar $1.55 Pinnacle, a Presbyterian Junior camp, near Wardensville. Master Joey Ranalli of Millville spent Thursday' with his grand- mothOr, Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr., while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli, daughters Marili and Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, were at ~Beverly Beach, in Maryland. Monday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mc- Ahoy and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hummer and son, Francis of Winston Salem, N. C., Mrs. Don- hld Courtney and family of Berry- ville, Va., Mrs. Eddie Ahalt and daughters and Mrs. Rose Courtney of Ranson. Mr. Edward Young, son-in-law of Mrs. J. R. Costello has been crit- ically ill in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital, where he was taken a week ago, after suffering a hem- morhage. At this writing he is somewhat improved. Mrs. Bill Bowers and son, ste- phen of Charles Town spent the weekend with the Iormer's sister, Miss Elsie Edwards. Bill, a mem- ber of the 167th Fighter Squadron, West Virginia Air National Guard, [s in Volk Field, Wisconsin, for two weeks of summer training. The 8PTIHT-ADVOC&TI~ BEAD THE CLA881FIED8 BEAD hospital during the period were: Mr. William Franklin Magaha, Ran- son; Mrs. Nellie Frances Pierson, ? PACK Charles Town; Miss Frances Mar- BREAST CHICKEN S LID kle, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Dante An- WHITE TUNA FISH 3 6 oz. cans $1.00 thony Scocca, Jr., (~harles Town; Mr. John Fulton Bruder, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Virginia Miller, Shenan- (18 LIBBY TROPICAL doah Jct.; Miss Wendella Fox, Bal- " PUNCH (New Low Price - . 3 46-oz. cans 99c timore, Md.; Mr. David Wayne Boyer, New Hampshire; Master (Plus State Tax) 1 46-oz. can FREE James Calvin Glassford, Jr., Sum- mit Point; Master Allen Pembroke I_~. & S. PURE ' Peacher, Halltown. Medical patients admitted to the C A L IF 0 R N IA C ST~WBERRY PRESERVES.= =,.=,kJar 67c hospital wers; Mrs. Lillian Jose- phine Mercer, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. -g Alice Vivian Overton, C h arl e s T~DER LEAF TEA . 4 0z. p . 39c Town; Mr. James Edgar Robinson, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Joan Ann- ' b0x 2 ette Pope, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Ray- SUPER SUDS .... large rnond Boyer, Kearneysville; Little 5C Susan Kay Dodson, Kearneysville; BETTY CROCKER .... Mrs. Lolita Brown Whiting, Sum- mit Point; Mrs. Myrtle Twyman, ' PUDDING CAKE MIXES pkg. 29C Halltown; Miss Bertie Raymond Jones, Bakerton; Mrs. Ethel Royer Chocolate - Orange - Lemon Virts, Charles Town; Mrs. Vivian Frances Ebert, Charles Town; Mrs. t Helen Alvare , Charles Town; Lit- BETTY CROCKER tle Frank Lewis Slusher, Ranson; BLACK WALNUT CAKE MIX - Mrs. Florence Elizabeth Thompson, Charles Town; Mrs. Margaret Lou- ise Harrison, Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Wilbur Lee Tharpe, Ranson; Little Jonathan Jay Page, Ranson; Miss Mary Darlene Kisner, Charles Town. - - pkgl 29c FILADELIS ASSORT. DINNERS 12.oz. pkg. 49c BETTY CROCKER FRADRIS SANDWICH-Pkg. 2's - - pkg. 49c LEMON PUDDING CAKE MIX - - pkg. 29c :rl :ll=g:t: G mm 2I! ID a ici rt T, l'IC ,S S te c 'A: a: tS [o] let OE ]I1 tti C, ,qc to 'U a an b 1o Y {o: ds of f: it( ts ite NI I1 eL: ee ( ra ta 1 ~tV all C( St ry rk~ tl S[ r~