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GOING ON IN Mrs. Roy Breeden The Ranson Heipers Club will a La~wn Par~y August 15 aS Ranson SChool s.tarUng a)t O'clock. Anyone caring to do- will 'be apprecia,ted. Stewart Wh~rtc~,n, son of and Mrs. S. B. Wharton of has completed his basic a~t Parris Island, S. C. He now home on furlough for 20 He will be leavlng on Friday .for Camp Lejeune, N. C. he will have six weeks of s~nooling. Hortense Breeden a~d sons Wednesday in the country her parenSs Mr. and Mrs. Smallwood. Riehard B~adth~rai:te along her sister-in-law Mrs. James were in Winche'ster visiSing ~Irs. Charles and Mrs. Joyce Jobe who in the Wmches:ter Hospi~tal. Pammy Wtau, ck ~ras a visi o~'x Sunday ~ri)h Mr. and Mrs. Brai4thwai~e along wi,th Mr. Mrs. Richard Brai'thwaite and and Mrs. BOb Woods of Cor! Md. spent the weekend home of Mr. Arthur Webb family. .and Mrs. Bill SmaHwood ~ons of Cleveland, Ohio and Don Lan,ca~sSer off Millvil~le and Elizabeth Webb and brother enjoyed a ,)icnic su,pper a,t ,park on Thursday even and 2tits. Jack Boden of viisted recen.tly Susie Gl,~ze in Ra:nson. and Mrs. Joe Ramey spen,t of days of vacaSion in Falls. and Mrs. ,l~y Breedeex and vi,sited on Sunday wi,th Mr. Milburn, u guard a camp WaSer L0u, Va. They were on a tour t~hrough the en- Welsh and Mrs. and daughter were vis Shenandoah Junction on ,.'al~h,t width relaCAves. GlaAze spent the week- N. J. with Mr. and Mrs. Gassaway and family. Dottie Davis returned ~od~ay from Baltimore where been vis.irUng her ~fat~her Step mother Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Arthur Webb viM'ted with and Mrs. Lewis Swope of Bol on Sunday affSernoon. ElizabeSh :Webb and bro- visited at '.the home of ;Mrs. Rola,nd Bond and on Camp Hill on Tuesd~ay and :Mrs. Vincent MoDowell of Washing,ton, D. wich Mrs. WGliam ~VIc- HAPPENINGS IN Mrs Clarence Smallwood IWorship JServiee , ' Worship Service ~ill be Aug. 16 aJt 7:30 wdS~h F. Bu~tdher in charge. M. members w~,ll condudt the annuwl Sund)ay Sc~hool Pic- be held this coming Sun :ust 16 a,t the church at ~nis is usua$1y a very h~ppy so bring your basket a,ud folks. members of the local chur- are sponsoring a aJt the Etmer W, ag- Sale 'ihh~rsday, August have received armounce ff the birth of a 10 lb. b~by &aly 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Mi'l ,of IMarttinsb~rg. The ~iled to su, rv~ve was name of JAmes Bailey. father ~filtie, the w~ich he is l~ca~lly IJhe son of Bailey Boyd D. C, and taxe late Rouss Boyd. Mrs. C. D. Mercer and Mary Ann, Joyce, El~en, accompanied by his mo Th,omas Mercer spen~t weekend with the loiters d,aug~,t~er-ln-'law Mr. and Mercer of Fallston, T. Mercer remained .for vlsi,t. Mercer is spending v#ith her son Mr. Phil and family of Whea OF VALUABLE Telephone D. (Bill) Mercer are taking piano~ lessons from Mrs. Herbert Cx}bbs of Su,rnn~~ Point. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Penwell ,and f,ami`iy Mrs. James Johnston and d,auVh,ter of Avon Bend Farm !accoI~panied by ~laeir mo~aer 256-JX IMrs. Owen T. J0hns*'on of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Jen,ntngs A- vey and son of MaN)insburg v~si- ~ted wi,th Mr. and Mrs. George Lan DoweH on Sunday. They enjoyed h~m and ftamily wt Fort Meade, a ,picnic ~unch a Harpers Ferry Md. on Sunday Mrs. Lanham is and v~sited points off i~erest. ~the forTner Miss Mary Lou John ,Mrs. Sam Darr has returned s~ton. ~o her home in l~anson after visit- Thomas Russell, son of Mr. and ing wi'th her ~on ~nd daughter of Mrs. Page Russell is a surgical pai ~agerstown. ~tien i,n the C~arles Town Gener- !Mrs. ~Vary Ott ,is a medical ,pa- :M Hospital. ~ie~t in the Charles Town Generat tMr. Charles MoDono~gh of Harl Hospi,tM. ,pers Ferry was a visitor Saturday IMrs. Susie Glaize spen~; Sunday evening a~t the home of Mr. and ,at ~the home of her daughter and ~Mrs. Henry Clipp, Walnut Spring so n-'i,.n-i~w Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ~alvm. Levi of Berryvi:He, Va. Mr. Robert Ca,in is having a ca Mr. Scotty JOhnson of N. C. ~tle crossing installed in the lane spen the weekend with Mrs. Scot ,leadin, g to his home Wood,land tie JOhnson at ~he home of Mr. Farm. Mr. Willard White is in lVarti,n Glmze. c~arge of the i,.'xs~a,llaVion. Sunday gues~ts a ,the home of IMr. Stephen Cloud of The Mr. Arthur Webb and faznily were ~ock's spent from Friday un*il :Mr. and Mm. Bob Woods of Car-:~Mond'ay visiting xelaUves in rollSon, Md. Mr. and Mrs. I~ineen Spring Ci~ty, Da. Welsh of B aker~on ,and Mr. and *,Miss Roxanne CtiVp of Wa'lnu*t ~Virs. Dc~nald Webb and sons. Spring Farm spen several days Weekend visi*ors Mrs. Da- wish her aun(t Mrs. Henry Jones rid Hines were Mr. and Mrs. John of near Rippon. Hough Jr. and sons David, Craig ~and l:~ichard of Washing,ton, D. C. They jus~t returned here ,from Af- rica ~here Mr. Hough served wi,th 'he Navy ~wo :and a haft years. IMr. and ~Mrs. Richard Bral)h- win're and two Children who have c. D. Bill Mercer accomoa,n ' ted Mr. Manning SmiSh as his THIS WEEK'S NEWS gues to Wa 's~n~ton last Wednes day af,ternoon Where they enjoyed supper and a~t)tended the Cleve- ,land-Was~ln,~ton bah game. :lV~iss Pa* Heflebower of near Rippon spenS Fridlay ~n~:~h,t wi~,h By Mrs. Stuart Crim M~ss Mary Ann Mercer. Her bro- qther Jimmy s pen, t the same nigh W~l Terry 'Mr. Jerry Marcus, one of the firm of Marcus Brothers who op- erates a fleet of tr~cks for long dis~tance hauling as well as the Marcus Brothers Service Station of Clearbrook, Va. and several ap- ple and peach orchards Mon,g w,iCVh owning a~d opera~ting the locM cold storage spenS several days MSt week in Charlot~te, N. C. ne- gO tia~ting for the purchase of 20 new red tradtors made by the White Motor Company and for 6 newTBC tr~i`iers. IMiss ~V[ar~aret Johnson has been off from work as a Clerk in ~he Sidco Cu'traite Store Ch,arles Town due to il`iness. ,Mr. Edward Seal, employee of Val~ley Board H~all~town is o~-1 h,is annual ~acaMon. :General Jo~n N. Andrews and :/VIrs. Andrews en~ter~tained friends ~o a wa~ter melon party Sa~urd,ay nigl~t a* their home Avon Wood. A beautiful garden reception im mediately ,following ,the ceremony was ~held aS ,the home .of the bride's paren,ts. (Mrs. Hyat~ received in beige lace ,with white accessories. The mother of the groom ,ohose navy lace with white ,a,ccessories. Both work ~pink carna,tion corsage. ~VIrs. William ~Hya*,t nuns and great-aun$ of the bride cuS the ,wedding cake wi,~h Mrs. Carlton Printz ,Sr., au,nt of ,the bride and ,Mrs. Sally Tobin aunt of tthe groom at the punch bowls. :Mrs. ~Marcus Carper and Affrs. ,William ~Potts was in charge of ?)he recep- tion arrangements. Mrs. Daniel Armstrong was at the guest book. ~Mrs. Dinges ~s a graduate of Charles Town High School class of '58 and a member of ~he Char- les Town Methodist Church. fiver. Dinges, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Di,nges, Charles Town Rt. 1 is u ,graduate of Charles Town High School, class of 1956. He is employed as an electrician with R. M. Harm, Electrical Contrac- ~r, t~anson. For a motor trip to Pennsylvan- ia the bride wore a .beige dress ,with ,white accessories and .t~he white ,carnation corsage f~:om her bridal ,bouquet. The couple wi~l`i reside in a new ly furnished aparSme,nt in Ran- SOn. Out of town guests attending been livdng in the Ransc~n Inn for ~he past year and hal~f have moved ,o Cth Avenue. Amid a setting of white car- Mrs. Rebecca IMauck who has nations a,nd candelabra, Wille:~ta been a p~tien,t in the Winchester Wfar~e ,Hy~tt, daugenSer of Mr. and ~Memorial HospitM for ~the pas~ WIrs. Hiram Hya~t, Ranson be- ~wo weeks returned home ,on Tues ,came ~0he bride of Ral, ph Lee D4n- day of this week. ges: Sunday, Augus~ 2 in the E0is Thursday nigh visi,tors ~i,th copal Church of Charles Town. Mr. and 'Mrs. I~i~hard Brai~waiSe ' The double-ring ceremony at and (~hildren were ~Ir. and Mrs. 2:00 p. m. ~as ,performed by .the Carl Kran~nberg and son. groom's pastor The Rev. Stanley Mr, and Mrs. Alex Imnham Jr. H,auser. v~ho have ;been in" Ala~arm,a for The ,Church organisS Mrs. Gard ~er ,played for t'he service. CJhe past few weeks on a bus~ness The bride given in marri,age by Srip returned home Th~rsday ev- fining bringing .their Ms~er-in-]a~v her ~f~ther wore a wa}tz length 'Mrs. Horace F~hue and smal,] gow, n of ,Silk orga,uza and than- baby to ~pend a ~ew weeks with ~tiIIy .lace over ~taffeta, sca,l!Ioped neckline and sleeves wi,th Caffeta ,t~em. cummerbund ending wich old ,Mr. and (Mrs. Ridhard Brai~h- fashion bow and streamers. The waite and children were su~pper shoulder length veil ~rimmed in guests o,.~ Thursd'a.y evening wl~a 'ol~an,ti}ly 'l~ce was coughs by a ,Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Small,wood of small white ,taffeta trimmed cap. Byrds Or0hard. She carried a ~hi,te Bible with iMr. and ~VIrs. Jimmy ~e)~our whi, te oarna,tions ~ccen~tin, g the of Andalusia, Alab~ma was a ~Mon top. day m~ht visi,tor w~th Mr. and Atten, dtng the bride i,.'x oi~ak or- ~V/rs. Alex IJanham Jr. of the Ran gandy over taffeta w~th scalloped son Inn. neck`line and sleeve with ca, miner 0Miss Jeannie Ramey was a viM- bund and streamers and matching tor wi{~h Miss Mary Lee 'Demory headband of flowers was ,Miss Bon over the weekend, nie Alger of 'Charles Town as ~naid S gS. and Mrs. Emerson Stocks of honor. are parents of a baby boy named Ronald Wilt, friend of .the David W~y,ae wetting six ~bs. groom was best man wi,th Da,uiel Mrs. Stocks is Vhe dau~h,ter of Hyat% brother of ~he bride ,and Mrs. D~vid Hines and ~he late C. Herbert Dinges, cousin of the D. Hines. While their mother is in grOom as ushers. ~he hospital Emerson Jr. and Shar Li,ttle ,Debra Souders, Rans.on ron are visiting their grundmo- n,iece of the bride in ,pink organ- Eaer. dy over caffeta .f~k wish ruffled qaonnet, .carried a whi~te .basket of rose ped,a'ls. Phone 20-F-024 Master Daniel ave, l%anson ne ,phew of the ~bride, carried She ring's on a whi,te ,sati,.n pillow. the ,wedding were Srom ~Md. and Va. , ~- . . PNor to her marriage miss r~y- art was given a miscellaneous shower by Mrs. William Ports ~VIrs. ~Marcus Carper and Miss Bon nie A~lger on July 17. Y ements on, 1V[artinsburg. IMr. and Mrs. Dame1 D. Roder- ick and two cbA`idren of We~tmin- is,ter, Md. spenS several days wi;th The regular monCvh'ly meeting of ~lis mother Mrs. Elmer Roderick. ~ae Dolly Madison Garden Club was held wt Altona, t2ae home of Several groups of f~shermen 6M. rs. Leeds Riely, Thursday, Aug. Trom Hedgesville and l~avti,nsburg ound the Shenandoah l~iver in Following dessert a~t 8:00 p. m. .~avorable ~ond~,tion ~ne minutes of the June and July first of t~he week. We are ~lad to hear that Mr. meetings were read followed by Edsar l%oderick, a patien:t in the ~he treasurer's report. N. D. Baker Veteran Hospita~l is The club voted to send $10.00 to ~a~bie to enjoy pla~ng bingo in ~he American University Players Times Square. in apprecia~on for the play pres- tMr. an'd Mrs. Bernie Welsh ac envied by them for the benefi,t o,f compa,nied by their gvand daugh- ,t~e Dolly Madison Gard~.n Club. was decided thevt girls in the ~er S~l'ly Russell spenlt over a s`i~th grade be in,vi~ted to join ,week in P~o:0hester, N. Y. vlsiSing w~th the presen~t group in the Jan ~the formers sons Spencer and Charles Welsh and their f~a~nilies, ior Garden Club. All club mem- While there. Sally became quite il,l bers were asked to copeva~e in ~his and her parcn~ts Mr. and Mrs, project. Page Russell were ca, lled ~o l~hes ~0r" fu,ture meetings i.t was de- ,ter. A~ter entering a hospital there vided that two judges would con- for observation Sally's il~ess was duot the judging for flower show diagnoser as food poisoning. Mr. ~raotice w~th club mem~oers being a,nd Mrs. Wels~n found Oheir son ~)bie to ask quegtions during ~he ~pencer a paJtienS in the Ro0hes- judging, l,n the judging of gerierwl ,ter Hospi~ta~l Where he had sub- arrangemenSs the club members mi~ted to a major surgery. He is ~ill be allowed to be presen dur now home convalescing satisfac- ing the judging. Soriiy but wil~l be unable to resume Reports from chairmen of the ~is work wish the Rochester Seed committees for the flower show to be held at the Jefferson Coun~ty ,Company un~il ~he last of SePtem Fair in September were given. ber. Three local'giNs, ~ue Ellen In ~ha~ l~he yearbook has not Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. been completed ff/rs. William ~Howard B,~h Joyce and Ellen Mer Klane, Yearbook c~aairman, read ,cer, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. C. ~he programs for the eomi,ng year w~ri,eh have the theme "C, ardners DENTAL AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT! hue to the death of my husband, Dr. Clay W. I will sell the Following Dental Equipment at office located at 107 West Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1959 BEGINNING AT 1 M. (D. S. T.) DENTAL EQUIPMENT, ETC. 1 S. S. White Master Unit, complete (Ivory); 1 S. White Motor Chair, ,complete (Ivory); One Electric X- Ray Machine, complete; 1 Den- Instrument Cabinet (Ivory); 1 Pelton Sterilizer Cabinet (Ivory); 1 S. S. White Laboratory No. 2 (A. C.); 1 Ritter Dental Chair (old); Miscellaneous includes All of the Dental Instru- "eats found in a modern dental office. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Safe, Metal, Leatherette Davenport and 2 Desk and Swivel Chair, Cole Card File, Etc. MRS. ETHEL M. LEPS Go To SChool". A clerk was appointed for the Chrysanthemums Show to be held by the Shenandoah Garden Club in October at the home of Mrs. Wll`iiam Trussell. _J, ,Mrs. A. D. Peters, Mrs. Wil.liam Perry and Mrs. Roger Perry were 'wppointed to make t~e arrange- men,is for the club entry ior t:ne flower s~ow .to be held in Berry- ville September 10. &~ter much discussion' on a pro iect to be adopted for the qoming year the club decided to work wi~h ~he Childre~'s Haven. Mrs. William Ro,th introduced Mrs. Robert Bu~tier, a club mem- ber vcho presented a program on 1ower arrangemen~ts, making many lovely arra~ngemenSs during her discussion. IMrs. A. D. Peters, Mrs. Dale Keyser and Mrs. Richard H,art received 93 poinlVs fcr the flower show practice "Ta,ble of Contents" an arra,~gemer~t in ~he manner of one to be entered in a placement Show. For the general arrangement "ABC's", a line arrangement show ing simplicity, Mrs. C. C. Ham- mann received a blue and Mrs. A. D. Peters a red ribbon. Specimens were awarded rib- bons as follows: AmaryHis-IMrs. Roger Perry, red AuguSt IAly~Mrs. George Mul,len, Blue; Gladiola~Mrs. Robert But- ler, blue; Feverfew-Mrs. Marshall Brown, blue; Celosia-'Mrs. IZobert BrOiler, blue; Cosmos-!Mrs. William Coyle, red; Zinnias -Mrs. Steve By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr ~r. and ~Irs. ;Marshall Fri~ts of l~ichmond, Va. spent last week end with ~VIVs. Z~alsy Fri:tts and Mr. a,~d Mrs. Kenneth Frills. ilVI~ss Geraldine Fris returned home wt,th Shem for a visit. Mrs. B. H. R~dd'leberger, WIrs. Bruce Furr, Mrs. Clark Furr and Judy visi~ted Thursd,ay width Mrs. Reinhart JOhnson and daughters in Front Royal, V~a. Chert Johnson rdturned !home with Ithem to v~sit until Sunday. ~VIr. 'and ~Mrs. Rein- ~art Johnson add Jacque also spen,t ~he weekend at the Riddle- berger home. Chert returned home ~vi~th her ,parch,is Smad,ay. 'Mrs. ~Mary Bruce ,FMrr spent Thursday night ,in Charles Town ,at the home of ~V[r. and (Mrs. Clark Furr. ,Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Willis and ~Mr. and ~Mrs. Garland Moore ~ef~ ~Monday for a few days vacation u,t a .cottage (~n ~the beavh below Fredericksburg. Va. ,Milss ~i'tty ~Blue -is~ted several days :last week ,width Mrs. J, ~. Locke. The Lee,town ~arm %Vomens Cluib wi~ll meet Wednesday af~er- noon, August 19 a,~ t~e home o~ rMrs. ~~ary ,Bruce Fun" to ~ar,t Smi,th, blue; ~/Irs. Roger Perry, blue; Mrs. l~obert Butler, blue; Mrs. C. C. Hammann. red; Mrs. Steve Smith, blue; Mrs. Robert Butler, red; 1V~arigold-IMrs. Rob- evt Btztler, red. MIILLER, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. 13 and 20- 2t. ,their project tour. !Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were callers Sunday evening witch ~Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. ~Mr. ,and 'Mrs. Wilrno,t Town- shend ,and Ison of Bluemon.t, Va. were visi~tors Su,nday ,wi,th IMr. and Mrs. J~ames C. Tabb. iMr .and ~Irs. Dav.`id Bell and son Max returned home Sunday 'after ~MSing ~iSh ~VIr .and 'Mrs. :Howard at ~their cabi,n a~t Coles Point, Va. The Leeltow,~ Methodist Sunday ,School .will hold their picnic on Sunday, August 30, beginning at 12:30 at ,the Charles Town Park. ~Mrs. F. P. Owens vi'sited wi*h W[r. ~and ~V[rs. M. W. ~u:Iton in Berkeley :Springs Thtursday ,af- Sernoon. J~hnny rand Ronny Rissler ~pent Thursday ~hru Saturday with ,their cousins Charles Jr. and Al- fred Owens. The W. S. C. S. cleared $160.62 on their su'pper, $26.11 of which was t~he ,proceeds from ,the Variety Table. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Barron and family visi,ted wi~h the ~latters mo t her Mrs. J. 'W. ~Chu,pman Sunday eveni,ag. IMr .,and Mrs. Ernest ~Slus:her Jr. ,and daug'hter Gail v.isi:ted Sunday ,afternoon wish ~Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Hillyard ia Winches,let, Va. IN Phone 47.F.032 Miss Georgianna Glasseock i,n company with 'Mrs. Loring Kack- ley of Berryville. Va. left on Wed- nesday of last week for ~nirea,t, N. C. to attend he Presbyterian Church E~tension Conference which is in session there this week. While in North Carolina ~Miss Glasscock v~si,ted also wit.h ,Miss ~Margaret Randolph aS her home i~-i Hendersonville. IMrs. George Crim and her son Mr. Richard Crim lef~ on Friday to motor ,to A, tlantic City, N. J. for a vaca~tion in ~hat resort. Mrs. Robert Hunter Hardesty was admitted to the Winchester :Memorial Hospital on Thursday. undergoing surgery :there on Fri- day morning. IMrs. Moreland Maddox of St. Petersburg, Fla. arrived here on Sunday to spend two weeks visit- i,ng at ",Monte View" he home of her mother ,Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and ,her brother-in-law and sister ~Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim. Mr. and IMrs. t~ber Light and children Bobby and Lin,da were overnigh guests on Wednesday of last week a~t ~the home of the for- mer's brother and sister-in-l~w 'Mr. and Mrs. John Lig,h ,and their family in Silver Spri,ng, ~Md. On Friday evening",Mr. ,and Mrs. Lithe enertained ,their .cousins ~ir. and ff~Irs. Jo'hn M. Kackley and their family of ~erryvi,lle, Va. at a picnic supper. ~Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Ki,te Jr. and their family le~t on Friday ,to mo- ~tor to Texas visiting enrou*e at many places of interest. IMr. a,nd Mrs. Clage0t Warfield Jr. and Sheir daughter 'Caroline of Laytonville, Md. were visitors over the weekend a,t :the home of the latters mother ,Mrs. George GlasS- ,cock. !Mr. Henry W~hirley returned ~,o ,his home on Tuesday of l~ast week ;from the Winchester Memorial Hospial where he had undergone surgery for a fractured knee sus- i tained 'in a recen,t automobile ae- ': eident. :Mrs. Paul Boyd and her infa,nt son Dennis Lee w~ho had spent the ,past several weeks with her ~par- en,ts Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drish retureed last week to Iheir home in Gerrardstown. Complimenting her husband IMr. Clayton Stagner on his twen.ty- ~ourth birthday, Mrs. Stagner en- ,terbained at a family dinner at ~their home "Champa, ign" on Thur sday evening. !Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford and children Bonnie and Talmad ge returned ~home on Thursday groin Lexington, Ky. w~ere they ~had spent severn,1 days visiting ~vibh the latter's brother ~tnd sister in-law IMr. and Mrs. David Row- land. 'Mr. and ~Mrs. James H. ~Snyder had visiting with them recently Ithe laiter's brother-i,n-law ,and sis Cer and their family of Hardy, Ky. The all day work meeting sche Idu'led for Thursday by t~he Sum- !mit Poin~t Farm Women'sClu~b has . Little Miss Cindy Bu0cher, small daughter of the Reverend ~a~d Mrs. S~muel Butcher who has been seriously ill in ,a Charleston, W. Va. hospital has improved suf 'ticien~ly to be dismissed from 'there and is convalescing a,t She home of her grandparents Mr. and ~Mrs. Amos Hamrick in Summer- ville, ~W. Va. The Butcher fami'ly hope ~to retire .to Summi.t Poin,t in She ,near ,future. :Miss Nancy Ren~er of Berry- ville, Va. spent last week visiting at ,t~he home of her aunt and uncle ,Mr. and ,Mrs. W. J. Furl CHURCH SERVICES AND HOME COMING AT DUFFIELDS Duffields A. M. E. Church, rain islet Rev. W. D. Can~y. Sunday School 10:00 DST; Morning ser- vice 11:30 DST. Topic of sermon "The Lord Will Provide." Evening service 3:00 DST. Pro- gram sermon by Rev. ffVlcDowell of Kearney~v~tle. The home com- ing of the Duffelds AME ,Church. Everyone is welcome. Come a,nd spend ~the day Sunday, August 16. Former Cuban Air Force head ~tdmi,t~ted by U. S. PEACHES Midseason Varieties NOW. Elbertas and Hales and Belles About August 20- September 15th. MARK OPPOSITE RACE TRACK JOHN Y. McDONALD KEARNEY T. ROPER, Mgr. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1959 Perfect Record 'Since Asbeg~os-Cemen~ roofkng s1~ingles appeared on ~he maxke a half cenCury ago there is no re- cord of a single Shingle ,wearing ou~. Rainbow Colors Outside In 1950, eighty percent of As.. bestos-Cemen siding was white. TI~As dropped to 25 percen~ i,'I 1959 in many areas. Now, all ,the roan bow .colors prevail. NOW--for limited time you get with every 500 pounds of "BONUS FEEDS" worth 50c toward purchase of Southcro States Farm & Home Supplies (Feed, Seed attd Fertilizer not included) II N Stock up now on these "BONUS FEEDS" 1. ALL DAItRY FEEDS ~. PULLET QROW|NQ F||O~ Starting and Growing Mash Growing Mash 16~ All-Mash Developer Hi-Fiber PuiMt Developer 3. LA~Q MASHES Super Breeding Mash All-Maah Breeding Ration Super Laying Mash All-Mash Laying Ration Egg Producer Caged Layer Ration 40 % Poultry Supplement 32 ~ Breeder Supptemem 4. ALL STO~K FEEDS (Beef-Swine- Slu - Rabbit) 8. RED IR~NO~R DOG imO00, "'Get the Best--and a Bonus tool*" been 'post)ported once more due to ,the .fact that the materials or making.copper planters have not August 13-2t. arrived at She enxtension office. When ,these are available a new date will 'be scheduled. Ill look into the treasure SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. for the Whole and get yeur with every Yes,. a Surprise Shoe, filled with exdting gifts when you buy a of .famous Poll.Parrot =hoe MOST STYLES IN SIZES TO 3 At INFANTS SIZES FROM 95 and up ~$tiO~$ Fog ~OY$ AN~ GigLS See our ch;[dren's fasMons ... in perfect harmony with the needs of the small frys "actNe feet. V#e pr;de ourselves in cardul fitting. of shoes i ;i~ i