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WEEKS NEWS IN RANSO Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-J ~ ml~u~mw~a~mnmm mmmm~mmmm and Mrs. George Small- attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don and children Bobby, Janie P. Holdren of Dover, Del.,'Mr. Iichael of Boyce, Va. visi- and Mrs. Bobby Price, son and Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. daughter of Winchester, Va., Mr. McDonough. Then on and Mrs. Page Hinton of SUmmit y afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Point, Miss Jane Jones, Mr. Oscar rood and family with Mr. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M, rs. Charles McDonough and Snyder Sr. of Shenandoah June. all visited ih Kabletown tion, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mc- home of Mr. and Mrs. Char Aboy and son of Brucetown, Va., Clipp. Mrs. G. W. Myers of Shepherds- Patsy Clipp is now home town, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sing hospital where she was has, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dop- :teal patient for a few days son, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James ae is doing fine. of HarpersFerry, Mr.'and Mrs, I, Rebecca Mauck recently Mrshall Hough, Mrsl Frank Hou- several days with Mr. and gh, Mr. and Mrs. John Hough, Trenary in Hagers-Mrs. Donald Magaha, Mr: and Md. Mrs. Carl Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. bound to satisfy. So, next time you're looking for a light but and Mrs. Hubert Chamblin John Smallwood, Ranson, Mr. and filling summer meal, try serving this Tuna Salad Bowl or and Mrs. Harold McKee Mrs. James T. Hough, Mr. and ~una Rice Salad. the weekend at Virginia Mrs. J. Edgar Smallwood, Mrs. TUNA SALAD BOWL having a wonderful time. Nannie Willingham,' Mr. and Mrs. (Makes 4-6 servings) Mldren spent the weekendFrank Humston, Mr. and Mrs. J. ~ ~al~ toz~a lettuce I 2 cam l~ lo 7-Ounces. etch) 'el t'v ~ cup t~rn cmco t.n,. araSn*a a~d ~=~,a a ~ es. Edward Savllle, Mr. and Mrs. Ral . ~ . : n,. I .z ..... lad ou a I cup illcea ~'tuna~r .... "- -- and Mrs. Arthur Viands ph Zombro, Mr. nd Mrs. W.M. ----~-.-.,.~ .... , .... n--~ Iv, cup vm~ar on 1d nd M ..... - ................ I I tablelpOOn lemon Juice a couple_ of days_ with Mrs J .... es, M . a rs. James W. 1 mtalm-s~ed avocado, pealed 2 labltspoont chop~d parsley lee Pearl and daughter Thel Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Propps,- and ~I~I _ . lI t~spoon salt - bile Mr., Pearl atteni3ed a son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ~ Z~ :~o~ ~s-~IZ,,, i ~ ~:~:~o~a~ ~:~||s~er, t, ation held near Baltimore tierala tsauey ann aaugnters, Mr Co--~-i-- Y- .... e "-" r " " " - " ............. " IIIL} ne JettU: , CaliCO y, cucumner, tomatoes, avocado ; James Young is a patient ~ari ~ic~onala, .a~rs. ullie ~ierce, celery, scallions and tuna; mix lightly Chill. Combine remain-' ! Winchester Memorial Hos mrs. James watson ann son Jay ing ingredients; mix well Combine tuna mixture and oil mix- ~here she will undergo sur Mrs. Nannie Stump, Mrs. Thelma tufa.-Toss lightly, but thoroughly. i Whittington, Misses Emily Stan. TUNA RICE SALAD and Mrs. Paul Painter of lseY~ ~d2rthe ~aun::Y~ K~th~Y~h:r~US n . ,,, ~ ~2ake~6 servings, Va were called t" ~' .... ' z ,a i { -mls s ca) I t~ l~spoon salt " "-- - Town lunt. drtil d d.nd flaked I I/, teaspoon pepper idUncH0n oecause ox toe i11. " 2 cups ~ookad rich " | ~,~ teaspoon lh~me Jf ~ff~, W.~,~t q~-ooelon ~r~hn I cup chopped cucumbe~ | Crisp |elluce I come "* ..................... 3 la lespoons mayonnalse 2 hard-~ooked eggs, Idiced tiLent in the Charles Town Puhlw qunnnrt Atlmd , I arlous IL~ nu~mm~ ~JO][d~mm esOn~u I. , , . . ..~a,. ~ t;omDine tuna, rice, cucumber, mayonnaise, chili sauce, salt, '~ rUn, spenthe ast~pate.~a] JamestWilliams of Balti.i I~.. ,.,.&. I~.... !.. PerPgieh an?heggsthyme; mix well and chill. Arrange on lettuce; ' "Jsp p s week w'th t-Ul" dqlll l l lllllpIllyll " f .... Illd Mrs Mayo Shiley in Bar - " )apHsl " ., ,, "~ a t~n~s spending this week w~th ~ll~r |~lh~r ~:lu ~A~ltn~ a~ k' i q~'Vq~l LUUVl MU |lbbnbnM . ~d Mrs. Stanley Hinton be- $ ~ . _ ~ ~ __ ~etnUi~:rMgr~::L~ardra~:iecCharle~heH~k~S~mgm~.agi~gfed~; Ueaths and Funerals g B , ~=~t the " - .--.. I Councll, today called on all citl. , , Its Stan~as[ ~ene~Co:It~Vl~l~ Izens of the state td join in the .......................... ^" ........ 'lts " Y " e J "'F ~ Tifrh~" , ~,a ~ l;a" D'IJ~. lllk]kJt%l Iq~. J~OtLJ~ ]ter, wno flleu n~,gust IA in wln- I here they all visited on l ,, ,* Mrs Mary Wilson Rouss, 84, wi I chester Memorial Hospital after campaign during me Laoor Day ~esday with Mrs. Edna Hin- , ,~,~t..,~a ...... L dow of the late Capt Milton [an illness of about a week. Burial f rail ............. " Id a y in Summit Pomt l .,. :" ....... Rouss of Charles Town, died early [was made in Mount Hebron Cam- .. rpe t~aoor uay period oegms .... Thursday they visited I ....... . Wednesdav mornin in Charles ]etery in Winchester " r n at o p m eptemoer ann run - a d Mrs. LaRdy Lamp Town General Hospital after an l Mr. Marcus who was an orchar ~!iii:e~~~v~~ ~~is~iii~ii !ln!s:~.;:tlten?lnWt~k~o:h~al hfaod l ii~ti~h~3M4.SSooilrn~mdi~ZC~eii: ~Rippon'and also with Mrs Hopkins said. By burning the I The deceased wasthe last sur- Iwhlin ha in Ch rl -o ~eeden and sons in Ranson: h~ad~gh~ee~:h dl~ia~e~awi~ldsem" [Qv{~ig2fislxchll~r::nb:r~:tiMng" [ Mr. ~v~amus wa~ ~eSm~a~ne'r of 1~ ...... _.~ ~.. ^:land Mrs Millard JenkinsIt _ . . . .... "lton Wilson of Charles To" - Her I the Braddock Street Methodist ei " crease ourlng noliaay periods l father w,. [Church " " ~o~rnS~ela".~.daug~.~er~ land at the same time will acknow served this district in the ~.n Winchester... p~ ,. . a~ ~p~-ux-s a n.muge ~ nls'-" own w-o,,,,,,,"^'~""' *=~v~,,o-,-~" IU. S. Con~ress~, for a number of I bUrVlvlng With his wile are one leeks/ wtth Mrs. Mae Jen-[ .............. I terms and was later P-st--a-ter/,~,__~.^_,^_. ,~._~^/daughter Mrs Maryanne Dunn of [ lilly DenlnQ ~ne wneelDay 414 [General u all b " ^rs at the home of Mrs Last year Labor saw during the second Cleve I~aracuZso~Z~t~rffes ~'ow~ea~clZR~ ~kins on Sunda" were Mr" ] traffic deaths, 83 drownings and [land Administration. He was also - ....... l~ y y ......... - . mona Marcus anti j. 15,. Marcus el Monti Owens of Gaith ]28 boating fatahtles in the Urn. [president of West V rglnla and ......... IL" "Md ,Mr and Mrs John I ted States Eleven West Virgin-/Washington and Lee Universities? is]s ertzvzrs" nar- ' ..... [ " " [ f r a t" s e o c es er ann one lans died on the highway during o lme. } . . of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and I,~, ,o~n ro~., r~.,, ~,,,~,a,,, ~,~/ The deck,sea ~,a, ~,,n. ~,~.a. grandson, Michael Dunn of Wm- larold Owens and daughter t ............... ~ -,,-,,~. ,~*,~ t ............ ~,--- .~.o,.. ........ ~" -Inerson was drowned l uate of Hollins College in Virgin .....~" " t~nngt~we~ot;:~aanL2r:an,a. J'- These accidental' tragedies lid and a member of the Charles ~ . .' . '~ [~.~. ,,,~ " ........ ~ ..... ]need not be repeated this year, [Town Baptist Church. She was hen~r~l[ ,le|~llll0nl~ --.~- ' " b i a ....... ,s -r ..... ~,~ Party " ] Hopkins stated. We can prevent/ orn n W Shlngton, D. C. on, .~e 13re~den cele'-ra'e-" h" I them if we adopt safe practices |March 31, 1877. ~ ,- n o Is o L0 [.t ......... I n the h,ghway, in the home and | Her closest survivors are the mp~ny I-mpl0y~s ~rtenpaYt;n?~hur%aoYWlto~ [at play." ]following nieces and nephews: [.. ~. _ [ ~'dnar~r~t M'r ~nd M're l~el [ It is estimated, Hopkins asser IJames W. Gunston, Charleston, ,-,,,,,eRamn ~'~'~',~"~ ";~.'~" h'~,,i'~ l ted, that every registered motor[& C.; James Hatch, Augusta, Ga.; i"" . Y t" ['ceiel rate "were car will be on the highways ell William H. Wilson of Charles [ With an eye on providing ad- |elan Smallwnnd Mr" ,nn the state at some time during the I Town; William H. Wilson and ~ditional benefice ~.a ..... i,,,~ ~. -ivin Hougff,- Ir and l rs-. Labor Day holiday.. ..... [Mrs. William Rosenberger, both its residentiafcust'omers.Genera] ~MPAhov ~nd ~nn ddi " *1'ms greamr xiow oz raItic will [ of Lynchburg, Va ; Mrs Graham, Telenhone Cnmnan " char'dBraitla{vaite and son znCre . accident potenUal, [Gammon, Washington, D.C. flee employees receYivbe mpoeSnSt::s l nd daughter Debbie, Mrs. e,,_ .p ame . _ ..... [ The body was taken to Edge residential telephone service {eeden and son Philip.. rwer.s are urged, toKeep ,ms [Hill Cemetery this afternoon [recently when they gathered in ~ouse Warming lac,t in mmu ann arwe aezenstve, l (Thursday) for graveside 'servic. I Romney. | House and House Warm- ly. l es at 4 p. m. conducted" by theI Le [ding the training session, held on August 13 at the "The defensive driver obeys l Ray. Russell Urquhart, pastor of I which was conducted on a confer k d ~ne of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin traffic laws, takes rest breaks so [ the Charles Town Baptist Church ] ence basis, was General's Rom- an the Leetown Road near as not to be very tired, does not I Burial ~,as in Edge Hill. I ney district manager, James F. was given and prepared drink while driving, avoids tray- I " I Spangler who has received spec- Mrs. Donald Dopson and eling during peak traffic .hurs' JOHN W. HIBBARD ial schooling at the comnany's_ _ ' [/~dgar Smallwood. Those uses safety seat belts and Is pre-[ John W. Hibbard, 79 of Char- [ Durham, N. C. headquarters. ' " distridt manager will' "lead thin I ,Buys In RodrJck House / Sullying is a sister Mrs. Oliv-I " -- session - ~'~kl~"~-J~...'.~oi ~' /'l /ia Gz;ubb Of Bolivar. ..... [ _, , . ~[~'~"/,~tO,J '/ | The real estate located at the/ Fhner ff s~'rvtces will be h,ldl Toe program, wnicn was con- .-./ I southwest corner Of Washington/Friday at 2 p m from the Mel-Idusted for the Commercial em- .. I- "1 Stfd f*'artd west Street Ctiar-/vin T St'rider Colonial Funeral ]ployees, consists'of 16 hours of l; r I les Town, owned by tab late [Home" in nson the'-a ,"'r -'/training on new services for the ~1" ~//;~" _~~:r~J Grace I. Rodrick ~as sold in [Richard T"Sehol'l: Pasto~of ~eJeroe~id?~ea~ eust0m~: hand what [CI " [ front of the court house last Sat [Charles Town Methodist Church] "n omplet dern tel- T .O " " I nrdav morn'rig "R9,.00o /officiati-- ""-ia" w"" .... a. [ephone service for the residential . It was.purchased_by'e Win-/in GreenHii-I Cemetery in Berry [customer:n ._ .. _ : 1"" "" cneste -'Memoriat tiaspital, the tvtlle-Ya .................. At enal g tne mecnng xrom VOI lU principal beneficiary of the es-| _ Ithe Charles Town office wert -- I ," l tate of the deceased, l CHAI~I.I~.S" I~, ' IMI~S lMrs. Naomi Bai w, Miss Evelyn ...................... e "" Ennis* a?id Mrs. 'Lucy"Coulter. .... " .............. / S trices were Lheld Saturday at I'. ............. nr., [3 p. m. from the MelVin T.* tr[d ] " .... . =- ler Colonial Funeral Home in Ran K|ll l[! K n[[ __ Fine C0rresn0ndents t,o , for r the Charles Edgar trees ...nt p.vnnu., ,nnnp /71 who died. Thursday' morning ' "o', "' . " t, .... R _n0w " 'il em: l atihisg2 e2#: :; j.esiaents May ne I T.hey C@ fferson Co, u nty lard Scholl, pastor of the charlesll ___ Be_ ' ' " L " ' *'' .... .......... Town MethOdist Church, officiat You rove Burial was made inEdme,*,iuue mg urpnse _Ye r -- _ _ /Cemete.ry'' .... '.' .." I persons "living On or having ' ferson / uorn in runtstone, met. on APlproperties on land between the ~ny ~.terestlrtg news/ril 23, 1890, he was a son of the IC '& 0 "Canal and the Potomac ~~oy* each week |~/late David H: and Amanda ElbinlRiver may learn that the,, 'do T ht b limes ..... ..... ' In0t own "propert between the ~s h~gpY ~0 ree-eive your | Ho'w ...... ~,~,., ~, tr^... [ .. . . Y .un:ye ..... .... ot I ................. ,., .a, I "xnat was the general under- , urvlvmg are ms wue, Mrs standm that came t a m e wspaper. TelePhone [Ruth.. H I s at home t" [ g " ou of e t ~or your eonveziience. - | ..... . . ' me , .-. 1 ' ; nr I ing ~vith Edwatd'M. ~Daie, dffdet. )l~othy__L~ke, Millv!lle /ctaugnters, Mrs. r ve yn L. Smith, ]or of the C & O Canal Historic ~l~erdstown---Phone 3983 |Mrs. Doris E. Gilbert and MiSS lNational Monument at meetin ~~ose. En~le--~ oh rm 69-F-024 |Pauhne E. Im s, Hagerstown,|of the Point of Rocks Ruritan ' ~n, R~n~on--Phone ~56-$ /Md.; four grandchildren; three lClub 3 e ' ' ' ' ~ - " ~~ne 20-F=024 [greatgrandchildren, two sisters[ The disillusionment was brou- | . ..... IMrs. Laura V. Wames's and Mrs. I ,ht out when n-le disclosed | ll~~ign--IPhong 66-F-031 r~ ~rarshalI l~.lkin~, and U?. ....... "" ".~". .... Y 1 ~lt~~F-013 ' "'* t"';" ..-" :': . "7. Imat me Old aoanaonea u ut ' ~ " "~'~ ,. a oromer Mezvin ~ rams, ~air ". a : " " rg!a Pearl Chestnut 11 ..... 15 which w s used as a startm | n_e 77AF=03.. / * .. .......... l ually the property of the U. S. II "~~, It ~oint--Phone 47-1~-032r / CARL C. MARCUS I Park Service. ~t~wn---~hone 26-F-031 1 Funeral services were conduc-[ According to Mr Dale only an ~. Webb,'Harl/ers" Ftiri'y-Bo!~v~r---Pltoh{! 2492 ted Sat 1"30 ~~BoHy~r---Plton~ 2492 [ " urday at . p.m. (DST) leasement was granted the road ~~~~"~Phone 70-F-011 [from the Jones Funeral Home in [ way when it was constructed and l ron zZ lOa,.,. , ., ,. -.. ,-, [Winchester,, ,Va. for .Carl C.. Mar-/actually, title to the pr0perty nev Nlv'~d~tn~s, " & pan-.Plt ne 6t-F.011" ' ~cUS, G5 of Eagle Dnve, Winches. | er chaaged hands. l The National Park Service had pairs and additions to the sy- SBIRIT OF JEFFBRSON ADVOCATE ordered a halt to the construc, stem. When the Town found out tion of the boat ramp. it could not get the information auRSu2 z, 24,' 1961 AUGUST: It was brought oUt that there it needed by the August 8 dead "America Is A Better America.Thanks To Adverflsing' are areas between the river and line it 'notified the Company to canal upon which persons are this effect arid Withdr~W from living in the belief that they wn further cnsideratin'property ~ltl'"" D L_J, r_ Usher the and that in the fdt= Last week the Power Company .inlr ,,ar.,u.o~ 5uaa Cr ure they may learn that they do officials' returhed to the Council ..u~,. not have deeds, and stated the Town 0uld have As yet there has been no act- the water company as a gift. But Council, still aware of the ion by the Park Service to rid the fact it would have to find a meth properties of persons living there od of financing the repairs and upon. additions, decided to look the 'I['IJL~ ~ m~l nt%OS~ucL gift horse in the mouth, and in- formed the" owners they could not accept the water company ]~ W;I~' even as a gift until they could 'as To Acce m er certain the costs and method of WW?l financing the repairs and addit- SysTem As Gift ,oo , The matter is still under consid What does a town do when the eration. O vners of the town's water sup- p y offer to make'a gift of the Mr. an ell utility to the municipality.? That was the question confront Celebrated 55th WedSng ing the Town of Shepherdstown last week.