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THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim Coronation Ceremony O*~ StLnday evening the first eor c,:~a~l of a queen in the Summit [':J~ Baptist Church was held ~!: ~ Jy ti~e Girl's Auxiliary and ~heil ,~'oun~;elior, Mrs. Elwood Ches llire. The ChurCh was beautifully ,decorated for the occasion with a profusion of fall flowers tall can- delabra and candies which were ens m tl~e kingdom oi God and challenged them to grow in know ledge and the pursuance of HIS work. PON Following this Miss Mary Ches- hire who had successfully comple- ted the requirements necessary to Phone 47"F'0'~2~ becoming a queen entered the church as her sister Miss Nora Cheshire, played "'pomp and Cir- carrying the crown on a white pol green streamers, the colors of the low. organization, the white standi,~g A~ociatiml ~)i the. t-Liptl~t Chul- eh. FolIowing the ceremony a recep- tion was held in the Sunday School Annex. Durin~ this the queen was presented with a white bible by the Women's Misionary Society of t'he church and delic- ious refreshments, carried out in white, green and gold were ser- ved. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer of "Locust Grove" had as their guest over ,the weekend the latter's eou sin, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Otis and their three children of Wynne wood, Pc. and Mr. and ,Mrs. Aug- ustus Shirley of Pearisbur~. Va. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Howard Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skin- meet at 7.bo o%loek EST ~a.0O DST) on Tuesday eve,sing, Septem ber 8th a.t the home of Miss Kate Biller. This change is due to the tact t,hat the regularly scheduled meeting date falls on Labor Day. Mrs. Moreland Maddox w,ho had been visiting for the past three weeks with her mother Mrs. Harry C. Frazier and her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim at "Monte View" left on Fri day to return to her home in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Reverend and Mrs. Harry P. Light and their oldest daugh- ter Wri,na were g~lests over the weekend at the home .of the for- mers brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and Cha~ les Town. Supper guests on Sunday eve,s- ing witch Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and their children Libby and Scotty were Mr. and Mrs. Nat Lawson and daughters Terry. Hol ly Sue and Natalie and Mr. and Mrs. John Writt and son Joh:my all of Charles Town. Also visiting at "Champaign" on Sunday after noon were Mr. S,tagners brot]]er and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stagner of Mechanics'town. Jewelry Fashion Show Mrs. Robert Light e.utertained a group of friends at a Sarah Coventry l~ashion Show held at her home on Friday evening. Mrs. Betty Lou Cavalier of Bolivar was present ta s,ho.w the Sarah Coven- i try line of fas'hionable jewelry and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAaM RS ADVOCATE 6---A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1959 If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate Classifieds? I~'1 ',lllJ- 0 ,qnl~* o .4111~ o,4~lJ,-( ) .~, o .1ram. o ,~lllit, o ,lira o ,ql~. o .~. o,gumD- o ,qllllmH ~r BATTLETOWH HOE-DOWN FRIDAY Starting September 4, 19G9 AMERICAN LEGION BUILDING lighted, during thee musical pro-:for purity, the gold for sincerity After reciting t,he entire thir- ner Poston h,ave as their guests their children Bobby and Linda. to answer any questions in l~ard Berryville, Virginia" ,gram whie~ precedea the eere- and the green for grow~th. After teenth chapter of Corinthians she this week the formers bro~t.her and Mr. and ,Mrs. Lawrence Grove to it. Later in the eve,ning M~s. mony, b:~ Miss Joyee Drish. The geeing t,he watchword, the~ go'Is was questioned a~bout "What issister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rich- m company with the letters bro-Light served delicious refresh- Dance to and Enjoy the Music of Means to be a Christian" to which ard V. Fellers of Nutley. N. J. Also rher and sister-in-law Mr. and ments to her guests who were Mes theme of the program was "Christ were questioned by Mrs. Cheshire she respc,nded with a short theme iv?siting at ~he Poston home on,Mrs. Carroll Johnson and theirwood Cheshire, Wallace Snyder of For the Whole Wide World" which concerning t'he requirements ne- eaz'rJed out bykhe use of banners, cessary to becoming a maiden. At which set forth her ideas on this 'S~turday were the Reverend and se,a Tommy of Middleway spent Summi.t Poin,t, Warren LaRue of BILL PEER and The and a map of |he world. Follow- ]the conclusion of this part of the subject. She wag crowned then by Mrs. C. G. Russell and their da~- Sunday sightseeing and enjoying Rippon, Creighon Propps and Lug a ~czipt'u'e reading and a I program Mrs. William S~haull of Mrs. Hamer Miller .of Martinsburg :ghter Jay of Berkeley Springs, W. a picnic dinner at Berkeley He?- Howard Shewbrid,ge both- of Char ~ Melody Boys and Girls. prayer oy Mr. Woodrow Drish, ]Martinsbm'g pi,uned an emblem on who spoke brie,fly charging the ~Va. ghts. Later in the day they were les Town. the four "maidens" participating each girl, welcomed them as maid- queen wit'h loyalty. Both Mrs. Mill Episcopal Churchwomen To Meet visited at their home by their son g 9:30 to 1:00 P.M. Refreshments .... er and Mrs. Shaull are officers of [ The Episcopal Women of the and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.False rumor jams U. S. embassy ^ II EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED I! [][ Hours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thursday]]~ Ill OPEN Friday Evenings By Appointments. Ill $ P,one S. Charles St. Charle, Town. W. Va. l| . . ~,~ ::~ :~:~ ~::i::: ).iil i!ii::ii i::iiiii!::i ili iii iii iiil)il}~:i!ili if:: !iii:.:.iii ~:::::::~ ....... '": ::~i. ~ ':Y:::i:::!:i:~:[Ti:i!i:j[:i[i:i:[!i:i:i:i:::!::!:: .. .- .z, " ;i~:.. " To be held at Huntley Farms, located near Little George- town. Directions:--Erom The Plains, Va., 3-Miles East on Route 55, turn South on Blacktop Road 674 for 2 miles. From Warrenton, 3[~ Miles North on Route 17, turn right on Blacktop Road 628 for 4.3 miles. Follow Arrows to Sale. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 BEGINNING AT 9:00 A. M. (EST) FARM MACHINERY John Deere 720 Diesel Tractor; John Deere B Tractor; John I)eere 14-in. 3 Bottom Plow; John Deere Hay Condn- !toner; John Deere Field Harvester with Corn and tlay At- lachments; John Deere Blower and Pipe; John Deere Spring Tooth Harrow; John Deere Wagons with Ensilage Racks; John Deere No. 5 Mower; Light Disc Harrow, Heavy Disc Har- row, Cultipacker, MeC,-Deering Binder, Bush Hog, Massey-Fer- tuson Side Delivery Rake, Wagner Front End Loader with ueket and Fork; Dearborn-IVood Bros. Corn Picker; AC Roll Baler; 2 Cultivators for Ford Tractor; Angle Blade for Ford Tractor; Ford 1!~ Ton Truck; Ford Pick-lip Truck; Ford 9N Tractor; Economy 2-Bottom 12-in. Plow; McCormick-Deering 10-Spout Drill on Rubber; Ford Side Mounted Mower; Ford Post Hole Digger; Ford Subsoiler; Sprayer, 150-gallon with Booms; 50-gal. IAvestoek Sprayer; 2 Platform Scales; Ham- mermili, Elevator, Chain Harrow. Rear End Carrier, 3-Poin! lliteh; Gravely Tractor with Reel Mower, Cutter Box, Cul- tivator: McCormiek-Deering Spreader;English Saddles and Tack. Assorted Shop Tools. Many Other Items too numerous to mention. HUNTLEY FARMS ARTIIUR M. SANS(" )N,' ,IR., Owner. \ ......... ':f:~ii~::.:,.. ":::i~ii~i!~:. z :*,~:~ " ~:,~!: ~ -:.:." ' .':'i:!:~:~:;:! "- For Information Contact--- :-;rAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO., Warrenton, Va. September 3 and 10- 2t. ) E t Ill mill ( ON ALL 1959 DeSOTOS $333.60 OFF ON ALL 1959 PLYMOUTHS $189.10 OFF PLUS BIG TRADE ON YOUR CAR. HERE ARE SOME OF THE USED CARS WE HAVE ON HAND. 1957 - PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4.DR., V-8 with Power- flite Trans. A one owner car with low .mile- age, in A-1 condition. 1955- PLYMOI TH BELVEDERE 4-DOOR, Power- flite, Trans., Good Condition. 1955- CHEVROLET 210 6 4-DR. Straight Trans- -mission, Low Mileage, Tip Top. KEEPING PROGRESS ON THE MOVE... that's the job of your Norfolk and Western agent. Each day the papers that cross his desk show a cross-section of life in your community. Here's a carload of coal for the power plant. . local pulpwood consigned to a paper mill. Here are lacquers and waxes for the furniture factory ... and finished furniture consigned to dealers across the nation. Here's fertilizer for Farmer Jones . . . and Farmer Jones' grain bound for overseas through the modern Port of Norfolk on famed HamPton Roads. The movement of goods is the THE SPIRIT OF SERVICE Because a railroad has only service to sell, your local agent is pledged to the spirit of service. And this is reflected in his activity after hours. Many N&W agents are leaders in civic affairs..., are good churchmen and good citizens ... are helping to make thei communities better places in which to live and work. Your N&W agent is a good man to know after business hours, too. PART OF A POWERFUL TEAM He's backed by fellow railroaders who know 1953- CHEVROLET 4-DR. Powerflite, Good Car. 1952 - FORD I-I)R. Good Buy. 1952 - FORD 4-DR. Automatic Trans., New Paint. 1950 - FORD 4-DR. Special $100.00 Cash Buys It. 1950 - S'FUDEBAKER 2-DR. Special 1953 - PLYMOUTH CI{ANBROOK 4-DR. with Over- lifeblood of business,and you might call its how to run a modern railroad a railroad drive, in good shape. One Owner Car. heart the local railroad agent. .that's dependable in dehvery.., progr - ,