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OF" 'INTEREST IN VICINITY Or KAB LI T0'N rs. clarence SmaUwood Phone 20-F-024 Worship Sunday ,Walnut Spring Farm spent Wed will conduct lag worship services 6 at 11 o'clock. rites Brown and family her son-in-law Mr: and Mrs. Leroy children of Deal, Md. of LaPlata, ~been a re~ent visitor with Mr. Elmer Pipes and Bethany Farm. Paul .Clev~lening of Avon f Farm was taken by last Tuesday evening her home to the Charles Itospital. The following Man Premature 3 lb. son was sympathy is extend fancily upon their loss. Mary Jane Dillow of near Town spent the past week Mrs. Elsie Gray of Brook Farm. the following mem the Blue Ridge Live Wire to their homes Week at camp Frame. Pat Heflebower, Marie Barbara Hough, David, )hen and Joe Cloud. and Gall Mercer are visiting the lat Mrs. Viola Mer and Mrs. Gilbert Hausen- ~ave been on an extend their sister-in-law returned to their Roanoke, Va. last week. employed in the Whites Station Berryville, Va. was working on a farm White met with an ac Which resulted in a broken :his right hand. Cloud Sr. and dau visited relatives in ',City, Pa. Sunday and Mon- S. Ware of Woodbyrne }0rts an unusual good wheat acreage-wise 40 bu free of smut. This that is smut has pre several:nearby harvests, i wy Clipp and daughters Darlene and Hebe of nesday with her daughter Mrs. Charles McDonough, Ranson. Mrs. Chas. B. Clendening Sr. of Charles Town spent several days 'this past week with her son Paul and family. Misses Joyce and Ellen Mercer have returned home after visiting at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hough Sr. Bakerton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small- wood and Mrs. Edith Mercer were visitors Sunday evening with the formers brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens of Sum mit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal, three children Chubby, Debbie and Pat their cousin Dianne Rissler, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss, their three children Larry, Linda and Joan joined several families from Hall town on Saturday in Braddock Hei ghts Park where they held a pic nic and enjoyed the recreation fac ilities there. Miss Dianne Rissler is visiting her uncle Mr. Lewis Rissler and family of Wheatland. Mr. Walter Woodward formerly of Middleburg, Va. is now employ ed on Avon Wood Dairy Farm and will reside with his cousin How- ard Woodward a tenant on this farm. Little Leaguer Terry Rowland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and a pitcher ion the Giant team of the Little 'League played the last game of 'the season Monday coming out with flying colors a shut out game with a score of 1-0 against the Dodgers. From all local reports the team as a whole played an un usually good game. Chubby Seal another local boy on the Giants team was the catcher. Bill Mercer its the manager. The team is now tied for third place. j Monday afternoon Jessie Clipp again tried her luck at the fishing hole bringing home a 19 inch 3 lb yellow sucker and a rainbow trout. The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club will hold it's annual picnic I "Batisse"u .: .i ] Masct..... I ArrOW,er~ Eve~ Smith,Harry,BOonsboro, I chargeshep of the group singing with I Md. Lropl y. I Mr. Marshadl speaking at teal SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FImMPAUt ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 7---B l es.me...a- h est BicycleAnne [o'clock Members of the Yoke ......... astown ~ropny ......... ' ' ] Best Tricycles-LynneHarry, [~enows class are asKea to Drmg Comer North & Charles Streets I II Shepherdstown, trophy, la friend or guest with them. Richard Theodore Scholl, D.D. ]h-'~NI:) ~AI ]h~T I Best Majorette- JanBussard, - ~ -- ~n~u'ea ~c~oo~--u:au ~. Lye. i A" va~ ~z~J.~, c " et:NTECOSTAL: At Summit Point tMaryharlesK. Mauck,Iwn ($10.00); vlartmsburgSeCondtro. C A L E N D R ,ao 'mng Worsmp---li:00__ -. A.M. GROCERY STORE h py. --~ O R.-- Photo Courtesy Canadla~ Natioaal Railways "Bat|sse" is the well.mannered, well-horned, white mascot goat of the eraek Royal 22nd Regiment at the Citadel in Quebec City who joins ~ith the smartly-trained: soldiers in the daily ceremony of the changing of' the gnard ~- a stellar tourist attraction in North Amer- ica's only walled city on the mighty St. Lawrence River. FNS Sunday, July 6, beginning at 12 1st prize- a trophy; second prize i noon (EST) at Avon Bend park, Greencastle, Pa. trophy. located on the Shenandoah River Best apparatus, Rescue Squad at the Dick Farm. All members Greencastle, Pa. trophy. are urged to attend and bring a- Fire Company coming longest long a picnic lunch, distance-Tanneytown, Md. ($15). Oldest Fire Apparatus-Green- castle, Pa. lrophy. Oldest member of fire company in parade (Tied) each a trophy-85 years old, Chick Gamey, Indepen- dent Fire Company, Charles Town 85 years old, Rollie Show, Shep- herdstown Fire Company. Oldest uniform-Harpers Ferry Show Case, Battery F. First W. The list of prize winners in the Va. Artillery. annual firemen's parade staged in Best Organized Marching Unit Shepherdstown last Tuesday in Carolyn's Challenger's, first, $15; conjunction with the carnival second, Harpers Ferry Showcase, sponsored by the Shepherdstown First Maryland Confederate~, Co. i Fire Department as announced by H. Infantry. Carlton Collis, parade chairman Best Girl Junior Unit-Clapper as follows: Michael Post No. 10, Boonsboro, Best Drum and Bugle Corps- Md. trophy. Virginia Lancers of Winchester, [ Best Boy Junior Unit-Clapper Va. $30.00). I Michael Post No. 10, Boonsboro, Best appearing Fire Apparatus[Md. trophy. Ryneal Aerial Truck, Martinsburg Antique Automobile-1912 Pierc Most firemen with apparatus- Middletown, Md. trophy. Best Go-Cart Club-Fairplay, Md. trophy. Collis expressed the firemen's :appreciation to all groups and in participants and to the mbli.c for making the parade has been acclaimed as the in the annual series. Miss Buzzard, a student at Char es Town Senior High School, is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ~er Buzzard of East Washington Street. Paxton Marshall Will Be Yokefellows Speaker Paxton Marshall will be guest speaker for the Sunday morning meeting of the Yokefellows Bible Class at the Charles Town Presby terian Church. Convening prompt- lyl at 9:45 a. m. the class extends a most cordial welcome to all visi- tors. F. E. Brenneman will be in Charles Town. Ranson CHURCHES BAPTIST: Charles Town Baptist Church" Corner Congress & ~amuel ~t~. Russell J. Urquhart, Pastor Sun(lay School--9:~,5 A. M. Marm~g Worshil>--ll;00 A. M. EPISCOPAL: Zion Episeolml Church Corner Congress ~ Church Sis. Allen L. Bartlett, Jr., Rector Holy Co~mnumon---8:00 A. M, Church S~hool--9:30 A. M~ (Parish House) Moralng Worshlp---ll:00 A. M. LUTHERAN: St. Thomas Eva~geliegl Lutheran Church North Mildred Street, Ranson Richard E. Neal, Pastor Sunday 8cho~---9:45 A. M. The Service--ll:00 A. M. METHODIST: Clmrles Town Methodist Church ~lvary Assemaly of God Church ,~n Ave. a~ r'a~,ax ~va., ~,a~,~n William Reed, Pastor Sunday ~ooI--i0:00 A. M. MazdA,rig Woa'sl~Ll>--ll:00 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN: Charles Town Presbyterian Church East Washington Street Carlyle A. McDonald, Minister Church School---9:45 A. M. Mo~znng Worship--11:00 A. M. ROMAN CATHOLIC: St. James Catholic Church Corner S. George & Avis Sty. Rev. John C. Rya~a The Ma.ss---8:00 A. M. aa~d 11:00 A. M. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Seventh Day Adventist Church Second Avenue, J. E. Kelshner, PaYor 8~urday Servlce~: 9:30 A. M.~bl~th Service 10:45 A. M.---~abb~th Sclmol Saud ostracized by brothers in Saudi Arabia. Fully Stocked, Operating At Present Contact RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. Phone 309 RANSON, W. VA. April 27-tf. II III I II I $25.00 REWARD For definite information lead- ing to the identity of gny or persons contributing to damage or destruction of Park Property. i. e. breaking windows, knocking out electric Hghts, breaking bench- es, etc. JEFFERSON COUNTY MEMORIAL PARK CORP., INC. Ju~ 2%2t. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY GO TO CHURCH - _111111111 I III ..... [OI SUNDAY SNO KREEM lb. can C i, I. G. A. 303 size CANS KOUNTY KIST cans C .mR AETNA KOSHER c GaL DELr MONTE 14-oz. BOTTLES DOMINO lbs. IN CHARLES TOWN Group Value, to 35.00 Values 49.95 SHORTS- BLOUSES PANTS, ETC. GROUP Values to 59.95 ecial Group ,! ~:,i' IEE Including SWIM SUITS GIRLS - TEENS GROUP Va4ues to "5.00 ALL REMAINING El IN 2 GROUPS --- NONE HIGHER Values to 3.95 All Sales Final -No Appromls,-No ,.Lay Au ys+ ,,:: ,, CHASE & SANBORN lb. can $ .29 HUDSON for C ,i ,, ROASTING c lb. I BIRDSEYE ! BIRDSEYE _ k. II I I I NABISCO m 6-oz. CANS 6-OZ. CANS for $' .00 mmmm U. S. FANCY RED RIPE ICEBERG NEAR BY I lbs. heads ~q