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D]mA~'&AM VA''&k 0^[~A"*' 'was called int~ the army At pres Thumday evening, era~ors w~th %he Eastern ~Pan~an- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE IIW~k|Ui /UUill II~IUlIU]I~ ent his parents haven't heard Visi,tors me home of )Mr. ~nd rile ~k~il Conservaion D~trict are 2--A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 where ne is sta,tioned. Mrs. o. T. lx)ngerveam on ~amr-~],~ ~ ~,,,,~h e~h~rl~ Town- CA..&kA,,, C&-,&A,, /*A~.~ Mrs. Leona Everhart was a call:day were Mr. and Mrs. Oran il ............ ~)UUilI~lli ,,ll{llC~m %,~p er wiVh Mr. and Mrs. Garland Longerbeam and children Granvel ~oDer; ~. ~Tenvn. ~names "town, Peiping denies lossof 5 jcLst 3 British unio,ns de ba,te nucle~ Hawk in Chestnut Hill recently. Jr., Clayton and ]?aye of Shenan- and Charles S. Rollins, Harpers near Ma~tsu. ]disarmament. Mr. and Mrs. Nelsc~.n 'Grove and doah Junction, ~r. and Mrs. Bob l~ensr ] --- children of Chestnut ~-Iill were vis Longerbeam and children Tomlny " , ' ..... Nix ...... *~'~ ~OrSveW:nthd fa~itand Mrs Junmr Lmd~ Kathy and I:)ianTm ~Ir and~.es~ German So~iahsts debate Pope gran.%s pay rinse ~o 5000 wee ~esmen~ onm~c~ .... y . . Mrs Harry Longerbeaxn and 0hlldSower ~olic - " ' V~t~can workeis ' I major league. Mr. and Mrs. Floy~ Cnapman lre,n uonna Jean and Randy, Mr. '~ '~.. ~" _ --"q and children of 'Mannings were and Mrs. Prankie Longerbeam and : visitors with the farters .paren,ts daughter Tracey and ?vlr. and Mrs. ~ ~~~ orman J mes . . ,. Y ~ , Mr. Rober Gordon of B~,Iti-i ~ ~ and infant son were callers on Sat more Md. visited his uncle and i ~ ~ ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON urday even{n.g with Mr. and Mrs. 'aunt'Mr. and (Mrs. W. E. Lake on i ~ ~ ~ #-~ .~ ~ ~-,~ j'~,a~,,~ ~~ "~- Walter Davis and .family near :Sunday af, teraoon i ~ i, | ~ ~.~ ~ Mr. Wilmer %ongerbeam of visiors ~t the ,home of Mxs. Kave i ~L JL~L~K~,~. ~.~' ~,~.~K.~ ~&,J q~#'.~.,~.,~- v .m__m. ~m' II Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. ChestnutChestnut Hill.Hill was a visitor with of MrKabletowru'and ,Mrs. Hugh Wiley ~vere ii ~ ~| , , i i * ~ i i i Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday ~s sister Mrs. Ads Cogle and fam Mr. and ff%~.rs, laibtman R, ussell i - ~~::~: ~ _ ~ flY. and daughter Judy, )Mr. and Mrs. i ~i~ ,Mrs. )Maude Piper and little Lin John Shirley ~f Winchester, Vs. i and Night Prices. ~l~ Chandler KArk " ' " . " da Davis of Chest.nut Hill were and ~Mr. and Mrs. Dlmore Wenner i el MEATs ill ilia J~~k~!~ callers n Mnday wi~th )Mrs' ~th" and s'n Freddie Lee f L(Tve~ts" " Pl~PP~.|s|i" .||||l~. || ~r~. i~ i ~~:~~ el Buzzard and ~amily. ville, Va. v~si%ed Mr. and IV[Is. L. i ii/illiilll /IIIIII|:IIRV Lml II I -I I l ~ E. Wilt~hire on Sund~y. i Ja,ce I firth/IV./flUfl UA/,. [ri, i[ ESSKM S GOVT. GRADED WILLIAM , E.., Humber ProJects i William C. t~ichardson, assistant ~ i II~P il~ B i i ~E .i ~1~ a II i director of ~Membership Rela~i(xns .Members of l~he Jefferson Colxn- I ~i .---- M..U[ Til l[H & i Ii CHOICE STEER BEEF of Sou'thernStWtesCooperaivelor Two boysandVwogirlsisthe tv .Tave~t, to~ ~,~-*,,-- -* *~,-mm IlILL IllUIE- I U line the pa~ ~our years, has just been way the stork divided ~s natal ~me-~o~-'~irs:' N"o~r~a'n ~sner "" -- "" ............... l naxned Director of Youth Rel~t- delivers at t~he Charles Town Gen "Dhursday eveniag Sept 10 maple i ]l Set 915 _ _ ............. NON[ BETTER AT ANY PRICE! ions for ~he organiza)tion, eral Hospital during the period of ~tansfor a number cd'clut)pro-i hard n, done on- - and soc* l even to held li il mder~ble work w~h rural yo~bh A son, Calvan Christopher, Jr. a~ various ames during the sea-Imm Aim n 'mLm nA nan Ammmm|Aq~amn q'||P ~RP ]1 CENTER CUT in Ibis 15 years wi~bh Sot~thern was bor,n to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin son. Li Illiilll Ill ilililllllllllllli IIII R IIII l States Cooperative, wil:l work Close C. Reeler of Harpers Ferry, Friday Mrs. Kisner, Club presiden%, pre- i I" U fl U i IH n %- U i II I-I i i H I H L II i &$ i_ i 'IrHUCK ROAST - - . -- .. lb. A0c y h.thee tens!?nservic.eso.fse t.]]. sided ,or the me tia and a, torl, lflflfllrI ..,,inllllhllll ,flrlllll, i vne lan~l .gr~n,$ coaeges ana tne Saturday. Sept. 12 a son, An- approving minutes of ~ previous In IIIIalli lab IIHallllllllllllR I III H I III i il" State depar.tmen~s of Voc.u_~ional drew Alan.was .b.orn toMr. and meeting the club secure, d t~he re- IIUlillliSi-V ||||~nn|n|~i~|| n nnm-nni Bib i ~.gncua%ure lax ,~ s o pcrct~vm~ ~e~- 'Mrs. ,Noel l~. Williams, oI harpers signatAons of Mrs. l~icnard I-~r~ [~ ]RIB STEhK, S - - - - lb. 69c ri~tory. ]?erry. andMrs. AlHooper. [n~ filL ~,~,lJl~ll~n~ The main purpose o~ the pro- 'Sunday, Sept. 13 it was a daug~ Mrs. ~ivhard Harmison report In I U i~P R ~i ~i N gr~m ~mll be to m~ere~t ~arm ter S~s n Ann te rn ' " , , a eb , ,bo ~o Mr. ed Vhe annum members~p dinner II |1 i~ nN|~'~U I and to show ~bhe~m the value oz les Town. Thursday, Sept. 24 and invi~Uions iii ROLLED RIB ROAST - - Ib. 89c y~uthincareersinagr~u~ture~andMrs~H~p~li~toM3ra~les~.fChar~ft~he~rgan~z~t~nwi~.behe~d[~ ii,. i....m~.Imv---- i farm coopera~Aves. The prorgrwm[ Sunday, Sept. 14 a daughter have ~been issued to prospective ti w,ill also su~Pl~r~ 'Vhe work of ,he L Tami Lee was born to Mr. and mem~bers, ii i.uu. -- - --- - - . ,bUb"c F~A, 4-H ,ana rural ~HA (]?arm Mrs. Donald H. Price of Bruns- ,Mrs, Charles )M'a~cus, .~roject ,n~ ........... IN Homemakers Associwtion) ~lready wick, (Md. com~mi*tee c%airman, proposed sev i elk P rill[ f um'hlll n- m- D CUbiC l developed. Surgical pa%ients admibted to era l m~ney making proje~t~ to ~he II ~OMr ,rKIIX. I--MIME .xA.nEUlltl= [%/11 ~11~. J l A lovmer oo~ball xtar a,t Hamp t Vhe hospibal were: George Eppard, .club, ~.t was de~ded ,to once awa~n Ji vrm, .-- --" "----" --"" ...................... l I d~l~l~iil At. den-Sydney College, l%ichardson M~llville; ~Vlrs Mildred Louise Cog ~ward a $50.00 merchandise certif il r . ................. . -.... I II ,w,p..vn., lKillJN STEAK - - - i.. pl,ayed ,Vwo years of professiona'l le, Harpers Ferry; Irvla Lee Breed 4cateinDecem~ber. Itwas alsoun-[i DD'.'%/$ Jl AT .lid .I fl gJl]l fllMi, l .football with t~he old 1~ch~mond fen, Charles Town; Harold U. Buh animous'ly vo~ted to hold theli LL.~ [flL1[$ ]LLJ/ /41 UUR JLV I U|LylII'U, i Arrows team. He later served as a rman, Kearneysville; and ~Mary E. Charm Revenue as the money- ii ................ BRIGGS BACON - - - tb. 59c Soubhern Con,ferenceloeVb~llofl2-Seal, Shenandoah Junction. mak~ng proJe~ of *he year. ,. ial. I Medical pa%ients admit, ted ,to Mrs. Carl Merchan, social corn in , Pichardson is an elder of the tthe hospi,tal were: Harold Acres, mittee Chairman, proposed several In Ricllmond and was superin~tenden* I nie G. Moten, .(Miss Helen J. Alvar I-Ii.~hli~hting ~he affair are a Hal- II %1-1- A ,I Illlll %HI IN PV PK NIl n i H BRI56 FR NK - - - 15. 59c Second Pres*byterian Church in Mrs. RubyF. Carlisle,~Virs. Fan- social events for the coming vear. li ~.. i .,AAh .ilAlll HIP~%I il|PII~i i of %he Sunday School for seven lez, Sam Palumbo, Peter Painter, loween party, ~ Ohris~Tnas dance li - ~ ~ % IVV~ ~IBV'TI l- hn| n IN|van n | j years. 'He is a~lso ~ member of *he *Mrs. Annie W. S~n~th, Mrs. Rebec and Vhe annuwl Instaliw?Aon Din- II . CORKHILL FRhHK~L00se iolLe ~U'~C Gambles Hill CommumW Center, c~ J. Deck all of Charles Town; ner-D~nce, il .||km~il/ ~ll~tl/~ &~ q ]Ll~ ~ ~ kd l sponsored by ~h~s church. Howard Scott James, Purceliville. The c~u~ also decided to hold a li %,||N||/t1~ nt]w -, a-i) 0 ro FI. i Ill ~lll pVa.; ~ohaelH. Danisi, Eas$~ead ~alloween p~y wt ~e Commun-li ~UIIV~I ~IlV[~ ~. v --',., v "*'" i ~|| VI-[~ I~.[~[~V~ low, L. I.; Francis G. CarP, Mrs. i%y Cen~ter Comber 31. There will in LONGHORN CHEESE - - - lb. 49c j,,,~. ,.~|L Rosebud C. Pearl, li*tle ~e.bOrah beaminiature~hargeaf $1.00~r,i ~ ........ I K. Carey, all of Ranson; l~bert ou~ple to defray cos (ffthe orches In mrs. me, uzzaro Plores Guerrego, George Wes,t, tra. lib p I pers Ferry; were a ooinCed co li t tlV[rs, ~l~ildred Cogle is a Lpatie~ t William H. Tyler, ~ar Kenne~n K~sner i VEALon'" ~" . - - .. |DIL.~Y~'C i Texas; Charles W. Whi.teh~r .ar Mrs. John Bar~e~ and ~_rs. ,. a----------i- ' in the Char~es Town General Hos [risonburg, Vs.; Earl Phel,ps, Ben'y chairmen o.f the Christmas dance, li g BB I pital where she underwent sur- ]ville, Va.; James V. Hi mes, Town After the business mee%ing, re- in ]i l I' I BURGER : - - ;s" so'ms.$'1 ~ql~'ae-A gezT. We join in wishing for her ,send, Md. frestmle~n,ts were served by the ,hbs ,. -- . iN ~ i a speedy recovery. Oat~pwtients ~vere: V~a],ter J. tesses Mrs. Norman Klsner and li - - --- i Mr and Mrs Robert Spitler of Olds, Edward ~P]erce, )Mary C..Mrs. Kennet?n Kisner. li $l i Ill i i . ?i- -- ..~---- i i (FRESH GROUND BEEF) ~altlmore, Md.'spent from Thurs- Whi,~more, Harold Acres, Francis ~he door p~ize was won by )Mrs. In mN~mm~e m#n~alNn~An I n~ntr~ i day evening until Monday evening [9: Carr, .l~r~nk]in .~ho~n*pson, ffVIa- John Bartlett. In [ M |||il & iVll . II~WM [] V i (Lesser Quantities Slightly Higher) Buzzard a,nd family. Rober.t Guerrego, Bessie Russell, Soil Conservatzonlsts In a, wl'th .Vhe latters mother Mrs. Ethel ,5~new ,~a~cneu, ~lcn.ara ~v~urray, ~ .- _ ~ In V Mrs. Maude Everhart was alRoss~Dailey. Dexter Jackson, ~ran R.H] P,,.I,~ rb- ] ...... li )AM( flM /II(T VA l I/ ' ~e~ on Thursday with ,Mr. and ~,.' . . ....T m~* _" .' ..................... i i W LJ/ ~. I i[ ,. c~,.,,, ~,,, ~.iCi,t~.'-:~rargie Dennis, Summi~ .~on wonsemr~mn ~emce ~.ecn ii . ..... i THE FINESTCHOKES iP M~s Perry Lancaster and famil t:narz~s wooo, 'rnerm~ ~eroer~ ........... ~ ...... l i L NI~ and, Mrs,. t!a?~a~n ~o~gers IN. J.' Michael DaniM Long Mead work on two ponds~or Dr. ,~rank J i (] 'OKl1 Kb I lrl5 '111; - ~r~rrr~rtov~ i Prank ~od~ers in ~anson "[ville" C~thy Riley Brunswick )Md. po .... been trea~ed w, th I1 WEST WASHINGTON ST., CHARLES TOWN) I U. S. Inspected--U. . ra e A o ' """ l~,~t.l~rin, v. -l~nes Knoxville" r'o~y-,pnospna~te m~a~erial ~o iTn-ll v., __. 'ana aaugnter mancy 'tvn's. J~nel /- - --, ' ---'-, ...... of t;he soil i . | CHIC K E H S lb. 29c ~, and Mrs. Robert Spit.let '~l~;neas'~Mars~ha~l~ Shepherds.town .prove ~he w~ter holding properties ,. i (Whole or Cut Up) Royal,g%n~e'~va.%um%am~eg]Lng~gnFrVn't'and over some of the i[Twn'send'~Md" ' ' [ .................................... I - i '7 I Skyline drive coming back throu- [ Urn! i Villi- ~m, -~1-~-w ---- -~-'w~ ~ ~ "~ 1" v~/'1 n gh Luray, Va. a very beau,tiful[ ivii TiLLL ! i I FRFSll FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Miss Dorothy Lake tH 14 I .............. - er at the parsonage on 'Sunday ---- -- -- --~ ~i I~ ~ ~VU~I~UVU Niil~V 1- SWEET P-TATOES - - 5-1bs. 33c ~vi,th Mr. and,~vIrs. C. W. Lloyd I )Mr. and 'Mrs. Ashby AIeshire l ~l I ] l 1~ I I I I I1 / k ]~ FIIRNIKHING.% O. and ~Miss :Nannie in Chestnut Hill |and son Charles and Miss Joyce ---" -- -- Mrs. Delma Staubs and son and/guess of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wi- I ONIONS , ..... 3-1bs. 23c Mr. and ~Mrs Robert Spitler: ]W~ley ~f Luray, Va. were Sunday tMrs. E~hel Buzzard were vi.s~tors [ley ,aa'd son l=teger. I CAL. RED GRAPES - - 2-1bs. 29c on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Jam I Mr. ,and Mrs. Houston Pridley O,'7,? ~,, 4 099 ~;~:...~ l[--,~ T ,~,,~ NEWBERRY "TRINIDAD" 60" x 76" iNEWBERRY lV~.s. Mildred C(~gle and children were guests o~ Mr. and ~VIIS. Chf ~.~ ~.~ 1 POTATOES.-U. S. No. 1, 50-1bs. $1.49 es Moore in I(,noxville, ~IVId. /and son Mearie of Harpers ~erry~. ~ ~O k3Jt&~ Jt.~uvy x.~q~[J -~ i K A L E - --- - Cello pack 19e ~ ~he day Thursday ,wiCh her [ton Ketican on Sunday. ,~ ~ q~ I~ ~ ~ _ mother and family ff~[rs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. T. E. LaKe spen'~ UJ ' .Longe~beam in Chestnut ~ill ]several days the past week w~hPA'r'rAM I~llr. 1 pl^m R/AHKFT 1 I II $/Irs ~Vlaude Everhar,t was a'Sun I'he latters brother Mr. Joe Go~- ~V 1 1 VI1 IIUU nhr~iv i~b~e ,i,--i ~F ~ff Paul ~arre~t m Manmngs. ] (Mr. and ,Mrs. Virgil W~itley ana SAVE OH QUALITY GROC[RI[S: day dinner guest with ',Mr. and]donof Edin~burg, Va.. . ~ " "~ i ffvIr, a~nd Mrs. Earl l~odgers and[C.hHdren Kay a,nd Stevie ef.Bul- ~ ,Au, 1 OO' LOW PRICE the latters sister Becky Danner ~tzmore, Md., spen~=tne we,e~ena tteg. I.SD ...... *~. SPEND LESS AND GET MORE and a cousin of Brunswick, Md.l'w~n Mr. ann mrs. ~alpn oonnson were Sunday guests with the .for-|and sons .and M~rs. ~l,~ Ranalll. . 1 KI{AFT ,VELVEETA CHEESE - - 2-1bs. 79c mers parents Mr. and Mrs. ,Cap-| .Miss Eunice Myers WhO nas en- - - .......... ESKO SHORTENING ..... 3-1bs. ~o9C ~tain l~dgers and fami'ly. |*ered nurses traird~g a* The Win- WROUGHT IRON BRASS FINISH Weather Proof J C A N O H 'Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair|cnes~er| ~vtemorial Hospisai Win- T "t k ' - "" Y . , ,~ were Sunday ests with *he iat-/w th her parent )Mr. and Mrs. Te'l e'DU kle' L /PI VI%I[]N I i BOSCUL PEANUT BUYER - 10-oz. glass 33e and son Keith of Har rs Ferr chester Va spent the weekend ~n ~n~nAti Lawn ~ a e I R-yon - Acrnan n KINGAN'S CORNED BEEF HASH, 15-oz can 39c Cers parents Mr. aad,Mrs. Howard|~redMyers. /Kkl3"I1VI I. I /~hhll~lVn~ Ut~lnqL"n"k4ADVI~D I B I I kl ~ m,,, I' t" 1 KINGAN'S CHILI CON CARNE, 15-oz can 35c ,Everhart and family. [ ,Sherry Lou, Beth Ann ,and Ly- l 1 I~ HUU~[ i~JA~flL~jl [ D L A R ~ Jm 1 3 turned ,to the home of 'her ~arents | spent Saturday night and Sunday --~ m A ~ ~ ~" ~ |'m m | I MONARCH MAYONNAISE - - - qt. jar 63c Little Brenda Kay Chapman re/nd'a Johnson of ~vIartinsburg T kl h [ I A M I" i i MONARCH MAYONNAISE - - - pt. jar 39c Mr and ~VIrs ]?loyd Chapman in]wi.th their grandparents Mr. and ~ i Cd i i(7 MONARCH SALAD. DRESSinG - pt. jar 29e Mannings after veral|(M.rs oyey . - [ $ .79 1 [ i days w~th her grandparents Mr.i ,x4rs. J~eo,nara wanas Jr. ana ~I~ I~7 I ~ 1 | -- i KENNY"~SALAD DRESSING' " - - qt. jar 49e and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. |)Mrs. Don T,~ner of Charles Town ~p "ml~,Ol J U ........ [ ,,,,,. o,,, ~.~ of Mr and (Mrs Thomas Jackson" )Mr. and Mrs Michael D'Angelo on v I REG. $2.98 ~, MONARCH EVAP, MILK - - 6 tal[ cans 79c Mr Willard Neal Jackson son~visi+ted ~Ir Tony D'Angelo and ~ I(~5~. ~3.00 / ~.~ x o~t o~r-* i DOMINO SUGAR - - - 5-1bs. 39e IMPORTED i Coat FLAT New Era [ New i , (With Purchase of $$5.00 or More) t,i --,- o , v,e Prepared, Era i GOLD, RIBBON MARGARI E - - 2-1bs. 29c .Jop -rice FLOWER BULBS I , _ .......... [ A F R I C A N I NABISCO SALTINES " " " " lb'bx25c For T L I PAINTI POTTING n 01L ' F. F. V. ASSORTED COOF I, ES " " pkg. 29e U I PS 1 10LET S01L, 1 MARIGOLD CREME SAND'INICHES - 2-1bs. 49e , COCA COLA ...... Plus Deposit)6 pack 30e " I OIL BASEG:I" 4391I. . ,.1L B ,9:E ,( l(One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- Grin 79c Doz. 3.29 I , , Guaranteed to Bloom E 1 (BRING YOUR COUPONS TO M. & K.) II I -I You get more "money for an - ' -%1" ICE CO~ "BEER your grainwhenyoumarketit _ ......... * : I - "" through Southern SLates. Corn- WROUGHT IRON WROUUrIT IKO , plete satisfaction guaranteed. SATIN BACK NEWBERRY THREE SHELF '*, ropM,, ., p,,c., ,...,o,.. .. ..... _... $137 .,,,, .,. ,. 97i: X R R 0 W - - . ..... 98C "e Correa _ _"radina Promp, paymenf MASALIHL KAU, 5UU, nA ,^ ,i GUNTHER ..... 98c . , ] Fast, effic, ent serv/ce: . Reg. $1.98 Value LOW I RICE' Reg. $4.98 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) i Savingsreturned as patronage rofunds ALL POPULAR BRANDS i I ili II . II I GET COMPLETE DETAILS HERE TODAY | n | OPEN 8:00 A. M: to 12:00 Midnight SOUTHERN STATES i /i i Monday Thru Saturday I (Quaatity m,ht, Charles Town Cooperative m Of FREE PARKING' PHONE 43 RANSON, w. VA. PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN STOI I | I lways Plenty