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lar Disc Jockey Will Be One Of Ights of Jefferson County Fair Sept. 4 ................ !iii ii!!ii A the highlights of the program of entertainment for tile County Fair on Friday, September 4, will be the personal of Dick Biondi, popular disc jockey of radio station N. Y. Dorothy Bowers I Mrs. W. R. Stronsnider Miss Tina Finny frock D. C. were visitors Mr. a,nd QVIrs. Strosni- and niece Mr. and Boyd. Mrs. Paul ~V[ills, Jr. Md. are spending wi,th the formers par- Mrs. Paul Mills and Peaeher and sons Clif were supper guests Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Sons in Engle. Mrs. Wallace O,tt and Millville visited Friday the formers parents Bernard Ot,t. Mrs. a,nd children of Mond,ay evening parenes. David Penwell and in Winchester, afternoc,n. Sunday Mong wit,h their other David and Judy, Mz~ and Terry visi- WIrs. Marvin Kimes in Grey Jr. and Ella were in Berry- a,f~ternee,n on Mr,s. Grey, dau- and Jennefer, Mrs. Y and daugh~ters Don- shopped in Winches , were also visitors with l~umbarger. was given last in honor of in the Presby- Social Roo,m, in wi,th a large stork seanding by the gifts, c0mpletinger ,the decorations. Games were enjoyed, before the honored guest ope,ned t,he gifts. Cake, punch, nut's and mints were served later in the evening. Those present besides Mrs. Gu- ~hrie were Mrs. Raymond Parks, 'Mrs. Harold McKee, Mrs. Norman Rider, Mrs. Ernest Beeg and dau- ghter, Miss Judy Beeg of Chm'les Town, Mrs. Joseph Ranalli of Mill ville and the following from Hall- town, Mrs. Edwi;a Clevenger, Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. David Penwell, Mrs. Donald Whi,~tington, Mrs. James Watson, Mrs. Na,thaniel Grey Jr., Mrs. At;ton Muse, Mrs. 2~arshall McAboy, Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Charles Grey, Mrs. E1 mer Wright, Mrs. tester Moler, ~Mrs. C. C. Boyd, Mrs. Alec Cos- tello, Mrs. El,woo.d Bowers, Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Misses Dor- oehy Bowers, Suzanne, Jennifer, Carla and Donna Grey, Carolyn Boyd and Sharon Clevenger. Mr. and Mrs. Ed,ward Young of l~anson, Mrs. Robert Costello and, family were Wednesday supper i gue~ts of Mrs. Co~tello's son-in- l~w and daughter Mr. and Mrs. :Nelson Boyd. ,Mrs. Alton Muse and son Tim- my, Mrs. David Pe,nwell and dau- ghter Judy and Mrs. Winerd Bow ers s~hopped in Mavtinsburg on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hindman of Charles Town were dinner guests Sunday of their ,s:on-in-law and d,augh~ter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and fa,mily. Miss Grey~' spent Mon- day af, ternoon with Miss Sandra Daug, her, ty in Bakerton. Mrs. Bill Bowers and son Ste- phen of Ch, arles Town visited Sun day a,fternoon with Mrs. Bower's sis,ter Miss Elsie Ed,wards. many beaut~i,ful and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gu4~hrie of were arranged in a C~arles Town were dinner guests on a decorated table 'Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Poacher and ~5:~. The {:illL'hrlcs will leave next, week for Rich- mond, Va. where he has enrolled at Union Theological Seminary [or his senior year. By Miss Dorothy lake Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Freddie Lee of Lovetts- ville, Vs. were supper guests of l~he latters sister and bro,bher-in- taw Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire. The supper was in ho,nor of Mrs. Wenners birthday. Little Donna Jean Longerbeam of Bolivar spent Saturday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs.'T. E. Lake and Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon at- te,~ded the Beatty reunion which was held at the Armory in Win- chester, Vs. Miss Sandie Tl~ompson of Wash ington, D. C. spen~t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Keliean. Mrs. Dewey Meadows and Mrs. Alfred Johnson recently vis~ited ,Mrs. JeSse Hoffmas~ter who is a pa tient at the Charles Town Ge,ner- al Hos,pital. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wil~t and son David of Chestnut Hill recent ly visited the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. ~lVIr. and Mrs. Gene DeWalt of Carlisle, Pc. spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake Mrs. Alfred Joh,nson and d au- ghitersof Martlnsburg spent the past eek with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mead:ews. Sun- day gues, ts were Mr. and Mrs. Dew ey Meadows Jr. of Was~hinaton, D. C., Mr .and Mrs. Louis Mead- ows and children of Bolivar W. [Va. and Mr. Alfred Jo~hnson of I Marti n:s,bu rg. I ~Mrs. Kenneth Tur,ner and child ren of Murrell Hilt has been spend ins several days with her parents :Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. Li,t,tle Bobby Tm'ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner is a patient in the Winches,let Memorial Hospital. Her many frie,nds wish for her as peedy re- covery. Mrs. Ralph Shirley of Wades- ville, Va. is spending several weeks wi,th her paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilt, shire. Mrs. Randolph ' Barues Class No. 8 of the ~Methodis Sunday fi0hool, Mrs. H. H. Jen- nings teacher, held the monthly meeting Frid,ay night a~t the home oLf Mrs. William Abs.hire. iMrs. Harry Pdt, ter of Winches- ter is spend,in.g bhe week with her sister Mrs. Harlan James, IVh's. Orin Ri,tter spen,t Mo,nd,ay with ,Mrs. James. Sandy and Rabin Ri,tlt:er of Win ,Chester spent last week wi~h Mrs. Joe Hough and 'Mrs. Harlan James. Mrs. Claude Boyer o,f Berkeley County called upon Miss Laura Locke last Saturday. ,Mr. Will P~ng who has been on ,t'he sick list is improving. The Met'hodist Sunday Scbhool ,pi,cnic vch'ich was held, ~tmd,ay was u pleasurable event. About one hundred aFttended. They met ~t the Memorial Park in Martins:burg The Masonic Lawn Fete Satur- Jay proved a great su,ccess due to t There's One Thing Sure.. You're Never Going to Get Business by NOT Advertis- ing!! ! IT'S A KNOWN FACT! ---S 0--. WHY NOT TRY THE --4 N--- Charles Town, W. Va. Read and Enjoyed By More Than 20,000 People E v e r y Week. . . ihe combined cffort~ 3f the Mas- ons and their wives. The proceeds five hundred doll,ars or more will be used for the new addition to the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Davis Gruber of Niagara Falls, N. Y. spe~t portions of last week visiting Mrs. C. A. Kearns. Mrs. Holmes White, Mrs. J. B. White and Mrs. Be,a,trJce Fiddler. Mrs. W. L. Dudley of Jackson- ville, Fla., Mrs. Clarence Butler and Mrs. Ar, t'hur Shull of Win- chester called upon Mrs. H. H. Jennings Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ha fer's Sun day dinner guests was Mr. Roland Clarke of Alexa.ndria. Mr. and Mrs. CaN Slmtts of Winchester spent t'he weekend with Mrs. Bernard Grandstaff. Mrs. Earl Gran,th,am was a Sun day dinner gues,t of her cousin Mr. Gilbert Milton at the Shenan- doa'h oI-rtel in Martinsburg. Other guests we;'e from Shepherdstow:~ and Hedgesville. Miss Clemye Baker spent Wed- nesday with Mrs. Herbert Ever- hart, near Kearneysville. Service in Grace Episcopal Church Sunday, August 30 at 12: 30 DST. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Fur Farm Women Meet The Leetown Farm Womens Club met a,t the home of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Wednesday af- ternoon with-nine members pres- ent. The presiden,t Mrs. William H,arris called the meeting to order. In the absence of the vice,,, presi- dent, t:he group used for devotions ~he Farm Womans Creed in un- ison, a song and Mrs. M. K. Bow ers recited ~ poem and closed wit:h a prayer. Minute~ of ~the last meeUng were read by the secre- ,tary, lVh's. Ily Bra,tina. The tress urers report was given. Plans were finished for the educational ex- h~i~bit for the Fair in September. The Club will en,tertain the Lee- town 4-H Club wi,t'h a wiener roast at t~he Park in Charles Tewn Thursday evening, August 27. The club did not get ,to take their project tour as had been pl.anned, after the business sess- ion was finished they enjoyed the4r refreshments in t~he yard. Nex, t meeting will be September 16 at the home of Mrs. Hu~h Col lis. Mr. and Mrs. Ernes,t Slusher Jr., dau~heer Gaff and Diane Col lis ~i~ited Monday evening with ,Mrs. Ed Behrer and Mr. ,and Mrs. Eugene Burk,hard~t Jr. and family of Mar tinsburg. The Leetown Methodist Sunday School will hold their ,annu,al pie- nic Sunday, August 30, a,t the Park in Ch,arles Town at 12:30. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis and daughters Diane and Tr~cia spent ,the weekend wi,th Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd GrWham i,n Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Olco~t of Berryvllle, Va. visited Thursday evening with ~Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest S,h~sher Jr. and Gaff. A, pproxima~tely 25 boys and girls of the Metlhodist Yout'h Fellow- ship of Leetewn enjoyed a hayride Friday evening followed by a wein er roast a,t the h~me of ,Mr. and ,Mrs. James Watson Leetown Road .Mr. J. Ernest Wa,tson. Miss Sai ly W~tson a,-~d ~Miss Kitty Blue drove to Elkms, W. Vs. Sunday to bring Mrs. Frank Hums, ton home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward D~nbar and son Colin were in Morgan- town Friday. Colin will enter the West Virginia University ia Sep- tember. :Mr. and Mrs. Ernes~t Slasher Jr. were recen,t visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackgord of B~rd, ane. Vi,siting wi;t,h Mrs. Ernest S~ush er Jr. and daug, hter Gall last week were Mrs. Howard Ash.wood, of Ranson and grandchildren, i ary and Becky Clem of Winches ter, Va., ;Mrs. Leroy Mil'burn a,nd i dau~h, ter Audrey ot,~ near Hedge,s ville and Mrs. Junior Slsk and daughters Doris and Debbie. Mrs. Charles Will~s visited Thursday with Mrs. Cl,arenee Long and dau'gbters Joy and Kris Vi of Martinsburg. ~Mr. ar/d Mrs. Wa~lter Trussler of Orrtannu, Pc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T,hom,as and son of .York, laa., Mrs. Mazie Maphis,~: Mr. and Mrs. A1- le,u Custer and daughter of Char- les Town were all visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brew- er and f,amily. Mrs. Floyd P. Owens spen~ Sun- day, Monday and Tuesday of last week in F~rmon:t, W. Vs. visitir~g wieh Mrs. F. P. Becker, Sta~te Fed- eration preslden~ of l~ep~bl~can Women. On Monday Mrs. Becker a,ud Mrs. Owens drove to Cherries- ,ton where they were guests for coffee with Mrs. Cecil Underwood at the Governors Mansion. ,Mrs. Under'wood took them to t~e nur- sery for a gEmpse of the new baby. While in Charleston Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Owens wisi*ted the s~te G. O. P. heaxtquarters. Mrs. Warren Worley of Han- over, Pc. drove o,ver Friday and visited over ~ the weekend wO,th ,Mr. and Mrs. ~a~tes Watson. ~Mr. ~harlie Price of Bal~timore, Md. is visitiag relatives in the County. By Mrs. Pauline Ott iMr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and fa'mHy ,of Middleway were recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Merle O- den and sons. ~Mr. and Mrs. Lanl~m and ram ily of Loudoun County, Va. were recent visltm~ of ,the farters par-' enCs Mr. and Mrs. Sam H~ardy and facaily. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W, haldron and family ~f Loudoun County, Vs. were Sunday visitors of the laeters parents ~Mr. and Mrs. He,n ry Pen, well. Mrt and Mrs. Calvin Ott o,f Ken sington, Md. announce the birth o,f a son on August 16. This is their second child and sgn. Mrs. Ott was the ,former Miss Edityh Longerbea~m daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs, Harry L~ngerbeam ~f Bolivar and ~he is ,t~he son of ~Mrs. T. D. Ot~t. Mr. and Mrs. Jo'hnny Seal and dau,ghiter P~tsy and son Johnny of 'Ranson were Sunday visi~to,'s of ~the latters paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Y~rrest Hostler and family. i Scama]] Donald T. den :~tat- ioned on the U. S. S. Nm~thhamp- ton in port at Norfolk, Vs. spent the weekend with his wife Mrs. Es ther Oden and sons Guy and Frankie and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family at Bakertc~]. Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater of Mid dleway spen,t Friday night, with Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ot,t and dau ghters Jamie and Cathy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneeh Turner and family were Sunday visitors of the latters parents ,Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow and family at Millville. Mr. Henry Penwell is a medical patient at t'he Chaz'Jes Town Ge,n- eral Hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler were Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and daughter Patsy and son Johnny at Ral'lSon. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were recenl visitors of the hiLLers mother Mrs. Mary Cline. ,Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daughter Kay and son Don- hie of Ranson were Sunday visi- tors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. ~Mr. and Mrs. Robert O Lt and sons Don,hie, Van and Nell and Oral and Miss Kay Lorenzo of Charles Town were Sunday viM- tors of Mrs. T. D. O,tt. Seaman and Mrs. Donald Oden and sons Guy and Frankie of Bak erton were Sunday visitors of the formers mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. a,'~d Mrs. Buddy D, adson and son Terry of Bru:nswick, Md. were recent viistors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters Janie and Cathy. SPIRIT 0F JEFFERSON r,Rra .as ADVOCATE S) -k ' ' 9- THI,R I AY, : I I 1959 3--!1 Mr. Buddy Penwe/1 oF Charles Town was Sunday visitor of his parents Mr. and M~s. J. Henry Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, Hostler were Sunday visi,tor~ of the let- ters mother Mrs. Mary OLt and her sister Mrs. Elsie Pai:~ter and family at Ransom Mrs. Esther Oden and sons Guy and Frankie of Bakerton were Sun day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Ott and daugi]ters Janie and Cathy. Sgt. and Mrs. Joe McGuire and sons of Washington, D. C. were weeke,nd guests of Seaman and ,Mrs. Donald Oden and sons Guy and Frankie and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family at Bak erton. Mr. Gllbm'b Deener of B~tms- wick, Md, was recent caller of Mr, and Mz~. Eugene Wilt and family, Mr, and Mrs. Eddie St(~-~e o[ Hamilton, Va. were Sunday w~- tor~ of the letters parent> Mr. and Mrs Leroy Dietrich. Roger Perry 1o Speak lo [rl)(' on lhe ('onsliluliot~ The opening meeting of the year o[ the Bee Line Chapter U S. D. A. R. will meet Tuesday, Sept.. 1, '/:30 p. m. with Mrs. Emory Ka~le at her home on Keyes Ferry Road. The ~peaker will be Mr, ,Roger Perry who will speak on "The utio,'~." 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