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Charles Town, West Virginia
August 20, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. ttome of Low, Low, Low Everyday and Night Prices. I I NONE AT ANY CHUCK ROAST .... lb. 49c ROUND STEAK .... lb. 85c SIRLOIN STEAK - - - lb. 85c RIB STEAK - .- .- ] - lb. 69c CUBE STEAK - lb. 69c V,pAI coc _NN"'1 "CcOrskhi.ll"_ !I = " lb. 35C,. (Unpackaged) 3 lbs. $1.00 BRIGGS BACON - - lb. 59e BRIGGS FRANKS - - - lb. 59c CORKHILL FRANKS--Skinless, lb. 47c LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49e (SMOKED--SMA A, AND AN) VEAL CHOPS .... lb. 59c HAMBURGER--- " : Fresh Ground Beef - 3-1bE. $1.33 (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) THE FINEST CHICKENS IN TOWN U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" CHICKENS-' lb. 29c (Whole or Cut Up) !RESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES (;OLDEN BANANAS - - lb. 10c JUMBO CANTALOUPES - each 29c CELERY--Pascal ..... 10c CARROTS--Cello Pack - - l-lb. 10e SWEET VOTATOES---New - 3-lb . SAVE ON QUALITY GROCERIES: SPEND LESS AND GET MORE MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE - - - lb. 75c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE - - - lb. 7,Jc ONAMIk.RG; ?KINE / 6" tall 2;l:nU YACHT CLUB PORK & BEANS - - - 10c BOSCUL PEANUT BUTTER - - 10-oz. glass 33e S HEn N AN D O A,H ' AI[ LE SAUCE--303 Can - - - 2 for 25c NABISCO"' PREMIUM" SAI/FINES___ lb. pkg. 25c DOMINO SUGAR . 5-1hE. 39C (With Purchase of $0.00 or More) LUZIANNE COFFEE--Canister 2-1bE. $1.31 LIFEBUOY SOAP--White, Reg. Size, 2 for 29e COCA COLA - - - 6 pack 30e (One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order--- : Plus Deposit) (BRING YOUR COUPONS TO M. & K.) I llll I I A R R O W ........ 98c / G U N T H E R ..... 98e (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS I HI I I I I OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday [Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Miss Marianne omes ,Bride i Woman' Club Maps Plans For Miss Elizabeth Torrex Becomes Bride I iMr. George (Buck) Wysong in Florida Program For Year; Names Committees Mr. Knodel in Lakewood (Ohio) ; : Members of the Charles Town Senior Woman's Club meet.lng at High V,iew, Vhe home of Mrs. O. S. Bloom, club presiden,t, formu- lated plans for a program which they feel will not only place them in the Honor Club class again this year, bu:t also to re,rider outstand- ing service again to the coun,Ly a~ well as the One of the firs,t proje'cts to be undertaken will be t'hat of buying salk vaccine for the Well baby clinic so that about 20 ci~ildren can be trea,ted. The club also plans to supply the vaccine for shots at Christmas time instead of pro- riding a Christmas trea~t as in the pa ~t. Other projects t,he club plans to sponsor or give ee,n:tribu;tions in either cash or time and effm~s The Heart, Polio and Cancer drives conducted in the county: [he W!~ll Baby clinic; Girl Scouts, the Re~i CrOss Blood Bank; Tuber- culosis Program, the Sewing pro- gram at Charles Town General Hospital; Jefferson County Fair: Veterans Hospital; Alms House. Children's Haven, Men, tal Health Society; the Tee,~-Age Canteen: Oscars for Teachers and the Vogue Sewing Contest. The la't,ter two projects are state~ programs. Two new projects a Book Department - Mrs. W. D. Cooper; Public Welfare Department - Mrs. Mary L P. Johnson; Mental Hea- lth Department - Mrs. Hugh Via; Pine Arts Department - Mrs. Har- old Lorenz; aMusic Department -- Mrs James Watson: Literature and Education - Mrs W. G. Eis- mort: City Beautifuly - Mrs. Pra.nk Humston; Civics. Citizenstldp Miss Louise Briscoe: and The Home Departmen~t - Mrs. William Pring- le. Criz'ls Se,ou,~ Work - Mrs. Emory Kable: Well Baby Clin4c - M~s. Kenna Knott Alger: The Cancer Drive Mrs. O. S. Bloom: Devotion- als - Mrs. Charles Reviol and Mrs. S. H. A Civil Defense and Safety Chu- irman will be appointed a~ t~he Sop tember mee'li,ug. Members of the above Committees will be annou- nced later when bhe list is com- plete. Mrs, W. D Cooper along with the president ,Mrs. O. S. Bloom. is helping with Vhe "Kick Off Parade To The Pair" sponsored Another important even was -ii the set tin up a * 000 Budge ii,:i ii ': Ior adoption a, the Septembel ,:::::: :; Meeting which will be a Banquet at the Thomas Jefferson HoLe.~ September 15 at 6:30. The Clu}: also issued 20 i,nvita~tion to ne~ : Memorial for deceased members members. and the honoring of t,he honor Mrs. William Jacks(m will have ~: :,~.: i::i/i::!: :i~;iii: ~tudefl.ts of Charles Town High charge of the Press book for this " ~i~ii:~!i;:ilil ..... :i:ili!ii}::::/ii~i:~i::ii~i:: , ::@: .: School at the club's June picnic, year this .will be entered in the [:~ii:~ii:,:~i[!ii:i::iiiiiii~ "::~:ii~i~![ii:~iiiii:ii::: ::::~::i!il :i:: Under the plan for the book mem- Press I~ok contes't at the S,tate !:ii:ii:.:i~i~:i; ::::::/:i~i~i .!!/. ::~: orial the club would donate a book Convention at ~he Greenbrier i}i::iii~;i:,~i:,:: ' :i,i:::~i:::; :::~:.: to the high school o,f Charles Town Hotel in Febr, tary The year book ......... " ~ .............. -" ,,- -, , public library in memory of dec- will also be entered at ~'he same l1rs. Wllllanl Uonraa J~nooel eased members, convention. They both p~om~se to Two new Committees have been be very informative as well as A,n im'pressive evening candle- tied bouquets of figi mums. added to list Hospital Service -- attractive li-ht weddin~ ceremon- n~rf~rm -,-~,,r hrid~sma,n p ...... ( Mr~. John Martin, Chairman and The Execu't~vc Board will act as ........ ~ ............ ea ~amroay ~ug lb in ~,~ ~e~ez s ~nam cousin oI me or]oe Veteran's Service Committee Mrs. Program and Year Book Com- ' , ' , "*' , Lacey Bailey, Chairman. Othermittee. Episcopal . Church, Lakewood,white embroidered organdy Committee Chairman for the year Those presen wt t,his important Ohio, united Miss Elizabeth Moore green velve,t head band ant are: Hostesses - Mrs. Raleigh Sha business mee,ti,ng were: Mrs. Nor- Torrey, dough, Let of Mr. and Mrs. carried white figi mums sp~ lsl n Jr ffer; Member.~hip - Mrs. Stuart man Corbin, Mrs. Stuart Miller. Henry Holden Torrey, 1077 Cliff- with gold. "~" " " " Miller; Ways and Means and Mrs. Frank HumL:,ton, Mrs. D. M..Cole Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio and Immediately following the Social, - Mrs. George Dunaway H.enesy, ~Irs. Hugh Via, Mrs. J. ~'VIr. William Conrad Knodel, son mvny a reception was held in lr." Publicity - Mrs. D. M. HenesyEmory Kable, Mrs. W. D. Cooper, of Mr. and Mrs. Charie,~ Harold church carl or and after the Cheer and Welfare - Cards - Mrs. Mrs. Raleish Shaffer, Mrs. Kenna Knodel, of Quincy, Ill. The Rev. ception the couple left on a h~ Edna Stigers; Flowers and Gifts - Knott Alger, Mrs. Lacey Bailey, Richard W. Wertz performed the moon trip to Chicago Ill. Mrs. Raleigh S~haffer; House Corn-Mrs. Edna Stigers, Miss Ca,therine double ring ceremony before t~he ~)lan to reside at 552 Sherman mittee - Miss Katherine Tr~assell;Childs, Miss Louise V~alraven, ,mai:~ altar of tiae chinch which nue Evanston Ill Lend:'ng Closet - Mrs. Guy Eber- Mrs. Charles Reviol, Mrs. George iwas adorned with w~hite and gold ~,. ~h~,~o'~ ~:,~a,~ ~,,~.~_ aS ~ole' Transportation & Telephone Dunaway Jr and Miss Louise mums ,_ :'2 ........ ~ :.~ ..... ". "':~X-':^~e' .. , ............. "" oes5man ana me usnersw:-~: Mrs ~,acey ~aney I~UDIIC Anaws nnscoe Mz Tuzner Douglas presented chef* ' ; . ". " ~ - William Hofmeister 'and R ~, -- t'he tradi,tional organ nuptial mus- Hofmeister and Donald Von I4ar~ l ~$ , ~ t p .__ ic prior to, and during the cere- and Joh, n Stack mony . a ,t ~elease ut ~lss Lorrame rrlm The bride is niece of Mrs._' t~ . ~ ., ~ The bride given in marrmge by Amon Grantham of JefferS0ar (one-haTf day) Vlrg4nia L He,n- I/~ WIN1 MF /awarmn !r her .father, wore s~lk bombazine Cou,n'ty She is a grad~a,te of No shaw Harry W. Lew~s Kathern I I wath a rounded neckhne and short thwestern Umversi,tv where l Maine Donald Mickey L'Icy . .,,. ~.z ......................... ga,t'hered sleeves aece,nted with was a member of the AINla Del~ ' ' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: " .x " ,: , -- Mossburg Carolyn K Pestun I :~:~::~ :::~::~*~:~*~*~::~~i A~lencon Lace She wore a veil of Pi Sorori.ty and i's a member I ~i cB/usselsl~lCea~t~'~a(~hed tguCuPe:ar~ S%f~:u]Y of I~ark Rid:, ':~ JOhyn~ropl)s 1~2rPl~tu~lf?PSvirginia C S'a'gle(~:~ha~(Mary :;:::iii:iiii:ii:ill!ii;!i}!:!i!!:iiii~ii!iiii:@~ili~i!i}i}y:~:~ ~ w,hite and gold f,igimums ~/r, ~nndo~ i~ ~tt,.~m,~o- , " , .... ,.,:+.:.: ::~:.~: +.:, " IV. __ ~ o OI~ " M. Simmons, Edmond E. Stewart ::::i!]~!i::~:!ii::!ili~::~~ ] ~he bridal attendant, Nancy Me western University .. !one-'half day.) James C...Tabb, f ;;:!i:i;!::;~i!ii:;ii~i~@ t Oaskie, as maid of honor; Mrs. A, teending the wedding from ,a~ (one nail oay~, ~_~onam w, [ ~::~!~iii::::::i::;i:::~ii ] John Bridenbau~h, Judy Hu- ferson Couney were Mrs J. A a~ ~on and Raymond Hough, custod- I ::fi:/~[i::::!i!~;!ii~~i ].ber, Miss Sally Welch, Miss Jac- Gran~t.ham Mr. and Mrs. Wll i~.~ 'an. I :: I!:::~::::~-~~N! I queline Stoller, bridesmsAds, all W"hite Granlham M~iss Fro te Charles Town Htgh.-W. G. Eis-I :.i:i;:::;~:::::::::~iI. I wore olive green nylon org.anza Gra.n' and )~Iaster Wil ~a~ ard B Martln Pauline ~&;ore t .... k : : " ~~ 1 ~ ~ , . .... :.';:~:~:!;~?~ --.. ,~ l~helma Pearl, John R. Pestun, Jr. I i:; : ] mm (one half day) Ronald Phillips I ::::: I 1 Virginia Rider, Helen G. Roberts,,I :,::::?~!! ] mE lea:~ M. Shipley, Edna M. Sny-l~: I ~ PL--..I__ T_..., ' der, Edmond E. Stewart (one-half I I ~ 1 LllilrtP "lfIWR day) James C. T~bb (one half ' ......... ~ l1 .......... t'ay), KaVherine H, Wilt, and Carl I ~~ ] ~ ' Hinton, custodian. I '~ ] 1 ~ "i Harpers Ferry- C'Mri S. AuvI1. I ~'~~ , ] principal, C. C. Arms, William S. ] " , [ ~ : " " "1 Mor t MISS LORRAINE FRITTS and, Jr., Elizabet~h'Pat.terson, I I Ronald K Rice Pa,tricia W l~ng] Mr. and Mrs. Kennet,h FriLls, I ~ A.una M. Shew~bridge and ~rilliam IRFD, Charles Town, announce the I z.~.~ : E.Trot'ter, .cuStodian.. _ . . ~engagement of their daug,hter,~ ~" t'age-JacKson - E M t)a~o,rio- ge vinei-,al 'O 'D" Fleming tLorrai,ne .to Mr Robert Franklin[ ,. , P ~ .... . ~. . Pranc~tta C~re, George V. King, Cowardm, Jr., son of .Mr. andI ~. ~ Andra E Lew~s Antoinette Pay- Mrs. Robert Franklin Cowardin/ ', he, Dorot~hy Powell, J.~mes R, Tay [Sr. of, Ric,hmond, Va. [ ~ ' lot and William Willis, custodian. [ A Peburary wedding is being{ Shepherdstown,o K. W. Euesler, I planned. [ principal, Agnes Calvin, Will'iam~ 1 M. Coyle, Mary H. Dolybi,ns, Ray- iU~,~ ~|JR;. A ...... & ~E ] Gr~eey, Jane Orisslnger, Gladys . . .. / s .( . Haz!tzell, Mel~ba Jo Hawkins, Jane I The annual picnic ot rne m~,-- / W. Hunter, Charles W. Os'bourne, t bershlp of the Jefferson County[ ~ | Jr., E~ward B. Rogers, P~tr,icia L. t Auxil.iary w,ill be held Tuesoay, I ~ Rogers, Nevin E. Strider and Hen [Augus 25 at 6 p. m. a,t Jefferson I ~ M ry C. Gardner, eus~odian, l County Memorial Park, it was an t ~ V Lueille Hefle,bower, Director of ~nounced Tuesday by Mzs. John[ ~ [~ Instruction; Sterling W. Ten,hey,/Mar~in, pres.ide,nt. All m 'emabers [ /~ ' Director of AVteadance; Shirley [are urged to bring along a cover- ] ~.~ ~..~ A. Brewster, CounCy Music; Lorna ,ed d,ish and individtmi service. I I~ Lee Shull, Cour~ty Music; Clar- Following the picnic supper a enee M. DeBerry, County Music. buslnes~ session will be held atI --:~ -- L w ch l,.sbMlation of newly elected [ Good luck rare~ comes unex-[officers will be held. M~. 1V~artin [ peeLed; usually, it is over-expect-Jurgos a full a,t,tend'ance for this l ed. ! affair. I '~ I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v^a EaS ADVOCATE ] 6---A THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 19.)9. ,, , S'~O!" ~, ,=t ~hirts WASH 'N' WEAR HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. by EAT, DRINK, SING and DANCE Bavarian Orchestra- Strauss Waltz Contest --, Song Fest All German Food 7 to 9 P. M. (DST)---Floor Show and Dance 9-12 P. M. $5.00 Per Person. Reservations '0nly. Yourbest deal! Tapered sport shirts cut extra long so they look neat, stay neat--and stay in ] Finest wash 'n' wear fabrics come out of the washer with hardly the need of an iron. Ace-high in style, color and patterns.' Men' Sizes $298 S $ Boy's Sizes .... 51.95 , (i! iMr. and Mrs. Hugh Ca,pertc,a 'and daughter Kit~ty and Miss An- We regret the omission of sev- ne Moore and Thomas R. Moore eral local and personal news items are spending this week at Nags but time did not permit us to use Head, N.C. all of them this week. They will I 'Mrs. C~arland H. Moore and~her be used in next week's paper. daughter Miss Betsy Moore have returned to M~ Moore's home on Local Merchants Giving Sou, th Samuel Street from a trip to Cape Cod, Mass. Miss Betsey y Rid Moore will spend the reset of t'he Awa ckets on es mon,th her mother before returning to her work in l~hila- At Firemen's Carmval delphia, Pa. ,Mr. Arthur L. Glover is lear- Nine places of business in Cha- ing today to fly to San Diego, rles Tow,.~ will be giiving away free California where he will join Mrs. beginning Friday, a limited of Glover who has been vis.tting wi~h ,t~ick~ts good for one r~de on any her son-in-law and daughter Lieut of the rides at t~he All-Ameri~an and Mrs. Thomas Murray Stokes ~hows vehl0h will be p~ying in and family for several weeks. Dr. C,harles Town ne~ week as a bone and Mrs. Stokes are announci:.~g fit for t~he Charles Town Cl,tizen'.s 'the arrival of their third ehild-a l~ire (~ompany. boy. The merchants have purchased ! Admiral Thomas Murray Stokes ~blocks (ff tickets to give to of Mr. Hamraond Farm is a pat- ~hildren and to assist Uhe carnival tent in t'he Winc'heste, r Memorial Hospital where he submibted to surgery. Mrs. laat Nichols and her two children of Ar.Hngton, Va. have been ~,is~,ting Mrs. Stokes at t, he farm during Admiral Stokes' absence. : Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kastle and son Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Miller, Jr. a~ad da~u~h,ter Diane were in New Y(>rk Ci,ty fr(~m Sat- urday untAl Wednesd.ay enjoying a brief vaoabion. project. T~ose merekan~s who will par~tic~pa~e In the give-away pro- gr~m w~li be ~he M. T. Strider Store; Fa, ir~ay Cleaners, Carper's Gu~,f Service ~a~ion; Whi,te's Super Market; t.he Hernle Tasty F~eeze; Charles Town Qraln and Feed; NovOh End Oi,~es Service Frye's ,Amoco Service sbataon; and Moler's Cites Service ~tation. ~chool READ THE CLA$SIFIED8 ,Call Harpers Ferry 3301