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August 27, 1959

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2--B THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE R t N I APPEARING AT ALL PERFORMANCES MISS CORINNE Sensational Aerial Cloud-Swing APPEARING AT ALL PERFORMANCES BUD CARLELL & ROSE America's Reprersentatives Whip and Rope Artists APPEARING AT ALL PERFORMANCES "MANHATTAN STEPPERS" Precision and Beauty--Girls! Girls! Girls ! Subject to Change THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1959 ;10:00 A. M.--Livestock Barns Open -to Public. 11:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M.--Official Judging of Dairy Cattle and Swine in Livestock Depart- ment at the Barns. Open Classes and Youth Division. . 12:00 Noon:---Exhibition Halls Open to Public. 2:00 P. M.--5th Annual Flower ShowOpen to P ablic. 8:15 P. M.--Presentation of Special Awards in Youth Livestock Department at Grandstand. 8:30 P. M --Grandstand Stage Entertainment: Variety Acts 'dd' Town and Country Stars. Calf Roping. Horse Cutting Exhibition. 1i:00 P. M.--Exhibition Halls and-Barns Closed, APPEARING THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 3, ONLY * The Jaycees Will Operate The Cafeteria * Ranson -. Soft Drink and Ice Cream * Kiwanis Club, Assist At Admission Gate R PPOH By Mrs. Charles Adams *Mr. and ,Mrs. Homer Sam,sell, two children Billy and Eileen of Failing Waters were over night guests with ~the laC~ters brother-in law and sister ~Mr. and Mrs. Char les Adams and family on Wednes day. Rev. Charles Ro'berts wife and ofur childre,~ 6f Sisterville spent Sunday witch Mr. ~and :Mrs. Paul Chapman and 'two children Don and Nancy. iMiss Mary ,Magaha was a week end gues~t with Mrs. Fink and d,au g~ter iMargie where ,they motored to Atlan'tie City. ,Mr. and ,M}s. Charlie Heare and son of ,Summit Poin.t were dinner guests with her partners Mr. and qMrs. Herman Swartz Sunday. Lit, tle Jay Kackley of Berryville last week with his grand- 'mo'ther Mr~. JOhn Magah~ in l:~anson. Mrs. Mary McDonald, her dau- ,gh.ter Mrs. Katheryn R'anel and three Children Judy, Michael and Carroll of Martinsburg were Sun day dinner guests with Mr. 'a,nd ,Mrs. J. L. Chapman also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Herman :S.wartz and Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles IMcDon ,alcl and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Phillips, ,~wo sons Stevie and David ~f Be- ,t'hesda spent the weekend with 1Mr. and qMrs. Charles Adams and family. (X-~ Sunday they mo,tored to Capon Park. Al'so enjoying t,he picnic with t)he group were ,Mr. M. L. Adams, ,Mrs. Woodrow Adams and ,chi.ldren Franklin ~and Debbie. :Mr. and ~Vlrs. Newton Magaha, children David, Sue and Mary, ~Ir. and ,Mrs. Glen ,Magaha, child- ren Rickey and Darlene Spe,~,t Sunday aS Capon Park. Sunday evening visitors wit,h ~Mr. ,and Mrs. Woodrew Adams land children were ,her ~brother and ~ife Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orn- idorff, children Deb,bie and Billy of Whitehall. My Miss Margaret Houser Dr. and Mrs. Dodge of McLean, "Ca. accompanied by the4r son-in- lave and dau~h,ter Rev. and Mrs. Gruver and children visi,ted Miss Margaret Houser on Sunday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Table of Mar ~ins,burg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding a,.~d son and ~Vlrs. Annie Loudan. !Mrs. A. R. Thompson o$ Mol- ers Cross Roads was ~the weekend guest of Mrs. Annie and Mr. and Harold Harding and son. W. A. Manuel and so,n Tommy ~pen,t last week in Mar~in~burg due to the deat'h of his mother has organized a Civil War tennial committee. The s'hip (~f the committee of draw,n from every section sta,te and is composed ef Dr.:{ !Myers, Phil,lkppi, c~airTn:an; Noron,a ,Moundsville; :Major-! nton T. Perry, Charles Col. J. W~l,mer Benjam4n, burg; J~udge Charles W. Wayne; ~Oeorge N. Cobb, ~harleston and Boyd ~. Charleston. A,t ~the organization June 20 Jn Charleston ~the~ organized commi,ttee preliminary program which expanded as the centenni~a~l nearer. Among ~he program ]ves 'are to encourage areas ~o organize for observances of Civil War events with are especially concerned; in planning such local wi,t'h ,advice and guidance, requested; to ,prepare a ogical list of :Civil War d~st~ibution ,to ,t'he in,terested lic, and to cooperate i~ possible 'to bring :about ion of proper markers for : historica site and netted with the war *th,at is~ suitably iden,tified. On August 20 a meeting members of ,the held at Lewisburg, W. Va. :Col. Wilmer Benjamin at lunch a,t the General tel. Councilman Tells Kiwanis Of Community Problems Laser Thursday evening wants Club hem ~,ts regular ing ~in t'he Thomas :tel. Burns Huyett ~had "Pensa,cola" Jack :as ~his Widmyer and Ed elected as delegates and rer, A1 Nerhood and rence as ~wlternWtes, to C/he Conven,ti~.u ~to be held in ,burg the latter The l~bHc Affairs ~had .charge ~f ~Vhe zo Peters introduced christ, a mem*ber o,f ~t~e Council, who talked on ,the Problems of our Sechrist said, that ~the was glad that .l~he ~wo evn,bracAng ,two or three acres ~had ~been *taken Co~poration ~f Charles He sa{d ~ha,t ~t is the Town w411 ,be a~ble to $250 per raoin,g d,ay frown ,t~hese t~acks. He justifies by sayi,ng, ~h~a~t if ~,hese r~c did n(~t exist, ~th'wt this be s~ld off ,in ~bnildfing 1,~bs ~taxes ~from .~hese*" ,buil dir~g su*bsequen,t buHd~ng, in a lot of revenue. ~rs. Elsie ~Manuel. Mr. SeChrist discussed ,Mrs. F. A. Hill is visiting Mr.n~sed ~bond is'su~ ~,h~ THE CITIZENS FIRE COMPANY of Charles Town and ,Mrs. R. P. Hoffman :and Ed-~rom ~hieh i~he~'T0wn w~ard Lee Cole in ~s~rtinsburg. ,,:: ^,,~ ~ ' ....... + _'. sponsor A CARNIVAL, which will operate at the Mr. and Mrs. Cha los S sk and - il~ "- r daughter of Martinsburg .werepynYh~'m~,an~ne ~es~ Fair Grounds (Shenandoah Downs) for the duration Monday evening guests of :Mrs A,n "': .... .... ' ........ ~"'~ nie Loudan and ~Mr. and iMrs. 'I~al: g~ve :the Town ,an adcqu: CBS-TV STAR ROY CLARK AND HIS of the Fair. old Harding and son: -- ~supp~/'s eaker also scu' ~Mr. and ~Mrs. Jonn ~'ramy o~ p ~ ~i, . "TOWN AND COUNTRY" BAND ~,hepherds~town were recen~ guests ter Police Pro.tection". o~ Mrs. Annie Loudan and ~Mr. Vh~at we need more police and Mrs, Harold Harding and son. ]~Vha,t he rho,ped ,that 1 Funeral services were held on be av~aflu'ble, whereby With Mary Klick, Buck Ryan, Snlitty Irvin and o Jack Rodgers. Rites For Mrs. Manuel I,men can ,be employed. - " Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 2:00 p.m. " in ~he Church of ~t~he Brethren inI ~A~ ( Ma~tinsburg for Mrs. Essie T. Man I In~u|~ , uel by her pastor Rev. Rober.t L. Byrd. ffVIrs. Manuel passed away on ! TA Stmday, Aug. 16~t~h at 1:15 p. m. |~ APPEARING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER THE RECORD HOPPERS Rock 'n' Roll Stars of Milt Grant Show---TV SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY!- SEPTEMBER 5 RANGER HAL--Featured-:on CBS. WTOP I TV For the Kiddies!--Includes the- Puppet,: Oswald Rabit and the voice of- Scotty .Irish and. Jerome and Gnome. 4th ONLY Channel 5 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1959 10:00 A. M.--Livestock Barns Open to Public 11:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M.--Judging of Beef Cattle and Sheep. 12:00 Noon--Exhibition Halls Open to Public. 2:30 P. M.--Youth,Livestock Contest at Barns. . 8:15 P. M.--Special Awards. ...... 8:30 P. M.--Grandstand Stage Entertainment: Variety Acts, Calf Scramble, Record Hoppers from Milt Grant Show, Dick Biondi from Radio Buffalo. .... ..... 11:00 P.M.--Exhibition Halls and Barns Closed. .... :10:00 A. M.--Livestock Barns Open to Public, 12:00 Noon.--Exhibition Halls Open to Public. 2:15 P. M.---Livestock Parade at Grandstand. 2:30 P. M.---Grandstand Stage Entertainment: Variety Acts, Ranger Hal, Pony Races. 8:00 P.M.--Coronation Ceremony; Crowning the King, Queen, Prince and Princess. 8:15 P. M.--4-H Style Show and Special Awards. 8:30 P. M.--'Grandstand Stage Entertainment: The Washington Senators, "SA:LK SHOTS". ROY SIEVERS BOB ALLISON JIM LEMON HARMON KILLEBREW Also Variety Acts including TV and Radio Star . 12:00 Midnight:--Seventh Annual Jefferrson County Fair closes for Year 1959. PLUS:---PONY RACES. EASTERN PANHANDLE SADDLE CLUB. THE WASHINGTON SENATORS--"SALK SHOTS" "FEARSOME FOURSOME" Roy Bob Jim HarmOn SEIVERS - ALLISON - LEMON o KILLEBREW APPEARING SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 5th. in the Kings Dau,gh~ers Hospital af,ter a heart attack .two hours earlier. Mrs. Manuel was a ormer residen~ of Bakerton and ,was the daughter of Thomas and 'Margaret Flannagan Welsh, She moved to ~Ma~tinsburg a'bout five years ago ,with ,her daughter Mrs. Ber~tha C. Haffman. She is survived by her daughter ,Mrs. BerCh.a C. Hoffman Mrs. Ernest S~tu~tzm~a, herdstown, Jefferson Ch:a~vman of WeSt VirgiV cer S,oeiety, repo~Vs the just corapleted, for ~funds in ~he record amoun,t ~f one son W. A. Manuel Bakerton. two gra,ndsons Edward Lee Cole ~t the home and Tommy Lee 'Man Consisten,t w~i'th uel Bakerton one bro,ther ~Vlartin this is t~he l argeP~ D .Wel~sh Sr., Baker~ton. Pall bear ,tmbuted by ~he CounCY ers were Robert Hoffmaster, W. R. cause. Sine, Tony Tonalli, Vaugh Brown During Mrs. Gochevour and Albert Tip service in ~his capa~iCY, of each campaign Knicely. Intermen,t was in Elm- ~he tota:l amour/,~ of wood ,Cemetery in Shepherds'tow,~. Flower tribute was large and beau year. ~he expressed due lful. Quite a lo ~f relatives and i:aMon of t~he thovouwh friends at~tended abe funeral ~from efforts of the local w:hom such results are Baker~on. ~Mr. Robert Watson is a pa,tier~t due, as well as to t~e have c~ntributed gen in ~he 'Newton ,D. Baker Hospital County has often given this week. Don :Cole of Shepherdstown ,was quota ~moun, t. By "~ommu,~i ,les a recen~ guest of John Harding. were as fol lc zs- Mrs. ~ar~,aret ,Houser wpent ~Mrs. O. S. Bloom, M(mday and Wednesday a~ She ~ored by Womans home ol ~Mrs. Bertha C. Hoffman due o the de~h of her mother 'Shepherdstown, Mr. ~Mrs. Essie Manuel . Chairman, Mrs. 1% A. Hill is visfting Mr.Club $662.39; Ha~,pers and '.Mrs. ~. P. Hoffman and Eddie Thornon Wilt, ~ Lee Cole ~n Ma~tinsburg. sored by Woman~ P. T. A. will mold their festival I~aHtown, ,Mrs. on Thursday, Aug. 27 starting a~t chairman $102.45; ,Mrs. ~aird 5:00 o',clock. $55.24; Rippon, Mrs. l bower,~ Jr., chairman Thornton T. ,Perry On State.Wide Civil War Centennial Committee 'town, Mrs. FloYd P. ~man, $32.32; Oral Hughes, Millville, Mrs. Francis ~on, 0hairman $28.20; ~Mrs. He,nry dennings,, $24.00; Bakez~ton zell, ~hairman, West Virginia ,had a unique John Broken, ,place ,in the Civil War of i861-65 Reed~on, Mrs. and has much to commemorate. ~hairm~a~n $7.60; But fe~ :states ,fel,t the impa~t of ~Mary Runion, Summit Point, Mrs. war more Chan did this area, ,~here in add,i~ion to battles ,and ey, 0hairman $5.50 skirm,ishes, ~aids and reprisals, Amounts sent marChing and coun~ter-marching quarters of ,armies, a ~political revoluC~ion brou,~h't about ~',he fol~mation 'of-"lsuner's ~the sta,te. ~he f:irs~t land engage- ,men~ ,was /ought ,o.~1 ~ts ,soil, ~he forerunner of some 2,000 ,battles Open Friday, ~before ,~he war dragged tto it's weary end. Already ,plans ,are David Bu~ler ~be~n,g made in a number ,of places i new re stauran't ~for proper obse~-ance to ,the me-~'Bu, tler's mentous even,ts, a,t~ the cor,nerof I l~cogni~ing ,the ~mpera,tive need We~t Streets on I or a ,cenCrat body, to assist local ~i~le Pike, icommi~tees in planning and stag week ~haf5 ~he ~in,g '~heir commemora,~ive obser- his resVam~an~t on vances ~thrbugh :the ,long four-year August 28 a~t 5 ~. period, and ~ ,a ooordinwting a- ,com,pletely ,ge,r~cy ~or ,eon~lid~ted affairs, ~he ~aurar~t aml zne~l~ a~ Wi,th tt Mrs.