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SPIRIT OF JEFFER: ON rA Mr.* ADVOCATE g--A THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959 By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Visftors with the Slushers and Wi}sons Sunday were Mr. and ~. Eddie Bohrer, Big Pool. Md.; Mr: ~,nd Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. ~nd daughter Gall, Jimmie Ed- wards of leetown, 'Mr. and ~Mrs. ~:Mar.~nall Wilson Jr. near Summit Point. On ,Monday evening "Mrs. Ed B(Yhrer of WIartinsburg visited w}tn her parents Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Slu~her Sr. "Rose Hill Farm". On FTiday evening Mr. and "Mrs. Eugene Jackson, :Mar~insburg vis- ited the Slushers and Wilsons. Church Supper August 5 'Don't forget the supper Wednes- day evening, August 5th, at the Leetown Methodist Church. The menu will consist.of country ham, turkey, hot dogs, slaw, ,potato s~ttad, baked beans, corn slicedl tomatoes, helksh dish, ice cream, i ice tea, coffee and cake. It will ,be served buffe~ style. Also ~: variety table. Family Gathering. A l~mily gathering at the War Memorial Park at Winchester, Vs., recently included Mr. and Mrs. The stork made eight trips to the Charles Town General Hos- pital during the period of July 22 and July 27 and on one of the trips he delivered a set of twin boys. Of the eight births seven were boys. The set of twins were born Fri- day, July 24 to Mr. and ~Mrs. Fran cis D. Duncan of Shenandoah Junction. with one being named Mickey Dean and the other Mi- Chael Dale. That same day a son. Stanley Duane, was bor,n to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Small of Charles Small of Charles Town. Saturday, July 25, a daughter, Judith Ann was born to ~Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Hockman of Shen- andoah Junction; and the same day a son, Richard Eugene was born to Mr. a,nd Mrs. Melvin E. Pord, Ransom Sunday, July 26, a son, Martin Luther, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Luther M. Beamer of Harpers Ferry. sen,t telephone v~mpany holdings in Jefferson County .are gre~ter or less than ,they were a year ago, w,hich is and should be :the basis for assessment. Powhatan Products Monday, a son, Edward Lee Jr. Charles Sisk, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward ~,'~'5 Eldon Payne and daughters Cindy L. Frye of Halltown; and a son to |~___v ~F-. v v I I1' "~|'~C R __ LWA--SY and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mr. and Mz,~. Harry L. Hinton of Collis and daughters Carla and Charles Tow;~. ~ ~,.~,~g:e, .;, Lynn Mz and Mrs Ernest Hen- Surgical patientsadmitted to " '_~ WM ~ " Teresa, and Jenny, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Ranson; Master William D, k . _ OODS . Charles Sisk, Jr.. and daughters Lowery, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Geo- Doris and Babble, Mr. and Mrs. rge F. Parianos, Harrisburg, Pa.; Davis Sisk and children, Petie, Master Thomas W. Johnson, Kear Irene and Gary. Mr. and Mrs neysville; Mr. Joseph W. Henry. ,,,J"wa" " Noel Sisk and Allen Sisk. The}' Summit Point; kMrs. Ruth M. Bier were met at the park by the Put- ly, Kearneysville; Mr. Hunton F. finburger families fromP..omney, Atwell. Leesburg; Mr. EdwardL. the Time Your Groceries " Levels. Points and Winchester. Turner, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Reba , Va., for a reunion, Mrs. Charles E. Wilt, Ranson; Mrs. ~Vtary C. .~Sisk, Sr., was Muzzetta Puffinbur- White, City. STREET get before marriage. Medical patients admitted were PHONE 1,59 WEST WASHINGTON Mr. Ernest Slusher, Jr., has been May Bruce Merry, Mrs. Ethel ~M. ~ppointed rural mail carrier on Fellers, Mrs. Stuart .Miller, Marion P~oute 1 from Kearneysville, he L. Mobley, Mrs. Judith A. Whitt- started on his new work Satur- ington City; Mr. Wilbur L. Jack day. He had been employed with son, Kearneysville; *Mrs. Vallie V. Whipp, Millville; Mrs. Callie Hud Moore & Dorsey in Berryville, Vs., son, Charleston; Mr. Charles C. for some time. The Wizard Clipp'Farm Womans Hudson, Charleston; Mr'. Neville Club are sponsoring the county- M. Hindman, Jr., Ranson; 'Mr. ~ide Vesper Service, it will be Harrison Lawrence, Rippon; Mrs. ~' a~ the Mlddleway Methodist Effie M. Fields, l~ansc,n; Viola C. ~]ltdrch Sunday evening, August 2, Overran, Lovettsville, Va.; Mr. Er a~ 8:00 P.M. Rev. Samuel Butch- tin J. Jenkins, Ranson; ,Mrs. er will be the speaker. Oladys M. McDowell, Kearneys- ~/rs. B. H. Riddleberger and ville; Mr. Henry V. Gray, Charles ~. Mary Bruce ~rr spent a Town; Mr. John W. Hardy, Char dl~ recently visiting .Mr. and les Town; Mrs. Peggy A. Sigler, t~l;S, Reinhart Johnson and daugh- Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Barbara J. ~i's In Front Royal. Vs. Turner, Charles Town; ~Vlr. Allen Mrs. Ralph Renaud and Mr:~. T. Carpenter, Charles Town; Mr. ~l i I !ISI :LF M~i~y Bruce Furr attended a re- James Lyons, Alexandria, Va. . , .~/~l meeting of .the West Vir- Out patients who were treated ~fM,~ Womens Home Demonstra- at the hospital were: DonzelleA. J~I~ "--'IS (5 81b} tion Council in Moorefield, W. Vs., Andrews, Ranson; Sara'h M. Lane ,. Tuesday, a~ representatives from City; Douglas Deal, Children's Ha I " " Yen, City; Dante A. Scocca, City; Jefferson county. Marvin L. Mobley, Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Da~ndridge and ,~mily, of Baltimore. Md., spen~ Charles C. Hudson, Charleston: GROUHD Callie Hudson, Charlesto.n; Judith the week-endat the"Bower." get-A. W,hittington, City; Mary Ann ESH ting ready to so, end their vacation Mello, City; Madaline Willingham, here in August. City; John Renot~es, Hagerstown, -Mr. and Mrs. Lyle ~'~rr and Md.; George F. Purlanos, Harris- son Klm. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shank burg, B~t.; Otig L. Zols, Harrisburg, of Charle~ Town, all enjoyed a Pa.; Tony Karamanos, Hagers- weinie roast Sunday evening in town, Md.; Tom Pappas, Hagers- ,the yard witch Mrs. Mary Bruce lingto,n, Vs.; Clyde Mouton, City: F'urr, ~town, .Md.; l~chard Johnson, Ar- Jay Watson spent Saturday and Joe W. Henry, Summit Point El- ~hmday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest iz~beth Hoffmaster, City; Mar- Blusher, Jr.,' and Gall, shall Weller, Harpers Ferry; Dan- Mi~, Lorraine Fritts, of Rich-'tel Fahhey, Hagerstown, ~Id.; Ka- mond, Va., spent last week with thleen Chamblin, City; Harrison rents Mr and Mrs Kenneth L her pa , ~.. %- awrence. R, ippon; Hunton Atwell and famfl Mr ~ooer~ FrLtts 'y. . iLeexburg, Va.; Edith Cooper, Ran ray Cowardin, of Richmon. O, .spen~lson; Ed Turner, Harpers Ferry; end at the Fntts l~ome Chester the week- . ndl . ' . Curry~ I~nson; Paul Hil eturned to R~chmo debrand F They both r ' [ , , rederick, Md.; James H. ~unday evening. |l%amey, Mar~insburg; WilliGm S. n der and son Miller. K Mrs. Lyle S y , . [, ' nox~ille, Md.; Harry Mu- ~J Glenn, of Alexandria, Va., a~a|mew, Halltown; Wayne IAnton, Mrs. Glenn Moler, of CharmS|Ranson; Joseph Kern, Alexandria, ,lusher.Twn' were ca,lers Saturday a fter- Va.; Theodore Payton, CitY.noon withjr.,Mr.ahdandGail,Mrs. Ernes~ ~, KS ~" Pkg Mr and Mrs. charles Owens I:ountv vlsite'd Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ...... j- Jones, of Beryville, Vs., on Sat- From Pa4e One urday evening, tar, stated tha the loss was pri- Charles, Jr., and Alfred Owens spent Saturday night with t,heir martly due ~o ,a reduced valuat- ion placed on t~he property owned ,P.grandparents Mr' a'd Mrs" Flyd bY Che lcal ~ele~hne cmpanY'owens, Sr. ntry N Ib Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knott, of The letter st~ted th,a~ the local tel ephc~ne company in 1958 repres- ~hep'herdstown, were callers Tues- er~ted a hi'~her ,percentage of the day evening with Mr. and Mrs. total assets af Cen,tral Telephone Ernest Slusher, Jr., and daughter Company, ,which then owned it, (~U. ~han t'he ,preesnt company repres- NIL and Mrs. Billy owens en- en.ts to General Telephone Com- tertained with a ,picnic i~ hon, ori,P~ny, which now owns it-and hen of their dat~ghter, Valerie's fi,th ce the reduction. The letter made no mention of whether or not pre " blrbhday. Those attending were Mrs. Florence Owens, Mr. and Mrs. F. P, Owens, Sr., and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (:>wens and sons Charle Jr. and Alfred, Billy, Jr., a~d Michael Owens. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr., and Gall vistted Saturday evening wit'h Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Webb at ,qhenandoah Junction. Mrs. Charles V~lllis and Mrs. Clarence I~ng drove to Bel Air Md., Sunday to vi~!t Mrs. BelI2 Tarring and Mr. amd Mrs. George Harrison. Jov and Krittl I,~ng returned boqne with them after Spo~di~ two weeks in B~l Air. Th..I,,-!or Cla~ or khe Leetc~v~ ~f,bOt~t,t, SD~daV S~,hool ento,,-d From ]P~ge One a build,i~g. Monday this mobile unit moved into Charles Town and spent much of the day .~t the P~wha,tan Brass plant. It had come from .the West Coast via ttm Southern route, after ,having spent some six mon,ths touring ~he state of CalHornia. When employees of Powhata~n .~,,,tmr~{oU and a ,,,~ln~e ro,.t P,~- Brass toured the mobile exhibit d~v after~non. Thoo -re~,~+ for they saw displayed in these cabi- 'e oe~.~,~-w.r.-~-qi] Sl,,~b.r nets a variety of brass and chrome (Each Mellon Guaranteed) T~','v a-d ~,ich~rr] C'-~,ove, .~rnf~Ipl~ted fire prevention items which ~nv~e Di~.~ B,,rVh,~t ph,1"n}~had been produced in their own ~'+a,,~ .T~ff ,~I~ r~nu TIn,"~he ]plant some months previous. C~ ~,1~ ~tevi~ ~mamball. ~r~-ki[ George Drale, director of Sales ~',~a ~itt~, nltm Cl~in.~, ~nd ~e[for the Standard Fire Hose Com- pn,,~.o,,o' M-~ ,~f~'n~ ~-n,,~ ~t.~"I pany, is personally taking ,the ma- ~-~ ~h,~ Ivr-.' V~--'-~a Sagle.[bile exhibit into every part of the -.,a ~-^ r~,,,nt~,x, ~',,~hr,,"ina.hion to show the nation's ar- u *i,~,~;, ,~-I ...... .~ ',i~ n ~,,.o+ nf'chitects, engineers and contrac- v,,.~.,. ".r~.o,,. ~.,.,~. ~f+o..,~ ~tors what's ,new in interior fire t~,-~, ,,,---* +n +~- ~h.-~,-+ o,~a +~,, preven,tion. He said Monday he ~. o~-~..,. ,.,~a or-- r a~+n,,~ expects to be on %he road travell- ,-,~ ~.*,o-~- "~--~ They sai~ ,ing into every sta~te in the nation for the next 18 months before he the ,"-'~ ..... ~ "~"~'" 'winds up again at home ,base in 4-H Members To Camp California. The member~ of th~ Leetown 4- A}thoug~h the mobile unit be- Ft Ch, b who left for Carny Frame cause of limitations, carrier only ~onday mor-ing to soend t,he about ten variations of the cab- week were: Mary Al'bert, K~lttv ine~ and less than ~ 'half a dozen ~'d Yicl~le Blue. Emma Ruth different tFpes of PowhaVan prod- ~rad~e,, LO~ An~ Brewer Eli*~- ucts, the Cali,fornia firm is now bo+h Cl'i,~din:t Diane Collie. Bill producing some 12 different cab- ~tf~, O,~rald~e a.~d I~nna inets in eight different colors in ~-ttt ]~t.+,r P,'~+~ .T.ff ~le, either atumnium, steel, stainless '~mr~n ~.d ~'~'+er 'V'.h~h Ch-!~-steel and brass. And all of the ,i~,~ ~,~ ~" ,,~enilla Bratina and brass, alumni,hum and chrome pla- Wayne Brewer. ted g~ds used in the cabinets comes from Vhe foundry o~ Pow- ~ve y~ ever ~ot,leed hn~ hat~n Brass and Iron Works. manv people haven't learned to W'aJk? ATTF.ND CHUECH SUNDAY BIRDSEYE GARDEN PEAS 2 l O-oz. pkgs. 39c BIRDSEYE FORDHOOK LIMAS, 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 49c FRADELIS ASSORT. DINNERS . 12.oz. pkg. 49c Wait on You All of CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I % BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE--7c Off - - i-oz. jar 88c BORDEN'S ' . DUTCH HOT CHOCOLATE - "Ph, s16OZ.stateCan Tax39C Maxwell House COFFEE ) 1-LB: CAN Wilkins cOFFEE ) Luzianne COFFEE -- 17 Chase Sanborn COFFEE BOSCUL COFFEE - . l-lb. can 72c SWANSDOWN OR PILLSBURY CAKEMIXES .... pkg. 29c (White . Yellow - Devils Food) STERLING SALT , - - 26-oz. round box 11c MORTON'S SALT - 2 26-oz. round boxes 26c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE- 4 46-oz. cans 99c LIBBYS TROPICAL PUNCH - 4 4G-oz. cans 99c Plus State Tax MARAGOLD CREME SANDWICH COOKIES - - 2-lb. pkg. 49c F A B--Home Economy Size - - $3.99 (1 Large Plastic Laundry Basket FREE) D AS H--(Home Laundry Size)--50c Off - $4.07 A.1 BLEACH - - qt. 17c..--gel. 49c LUX TOILET SOAP--I,c_ Sale. 4 bath slze" bars 45c ,,..1 a. ZEST SOAP '/2 Price Sal,. 3 bath size bars 52c CAMAY BATH SOAP'-- Sc Off- 2 bars 24c PALMOLIVE BATH SOAP--5c Off - C A M A Y--Regular Size - - PERSONAL IVORY--V Price Sale- ROCKINGHAM DOG FOOD RED HEART DGG FOOD BONNIE TUNA CAT FOOD 2 bars 24c 4 bars 37c 4 bars 27c - 10 1.1b. cans $1.00 - 6 l-lb. cans 87c - 3 29c