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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMER3 ADVOCATE3 A [Morga.ntown,[ Colin Dnnbarw.lefbva..whereThUr:~daYhe willfr SEPTEMBEI{ 17, 1959 " --" ]enter t'he West Virginia University for this year. I Miss Lorraine Pritts of Rich- and Funerals ],mond. Va. wa aweekendvisitor i with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Deaths : Kenneth Pritts. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Keaneth Pritts and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J, R, McDonald in BerryviHe, MRS. EUNICE C. tllTT Eunice Corbin Hitt, widow [James Edward Hitt, formerly of )er, Va. died Monday even- in General Hospital here. the past 20 months she had residing here with a son, R. Hitt. was born on Aug. 15, 1883, County, Va. are: a daughter, Mrs. Cromer, New Oxford, Pa.; sons-Clyde R., Charles Town; R., Glen Burnie, ,Md.; Willie and Charles B. Hitt, Culpeper; grandchildren and several nie- and nephews. body will be removed from Smith and Strider Puneral here to t'he Geest Funeral in Culpeper Where services be held Thursday at 2:30 p. with her pastor, the Rev. A. Graves officiating. will be in Pairview Cem- there. WESLEY WHITMER services were held t,his on at 2 p. m. from his near Duffietds, for Charles Whitmer, 77, well known county residen,t who died 'his ,home about 3:20 Tuesday after an illness of about mc,~ths. The Rev. John A. of Lincoln, Va., officia~ted buri'al was made in Etmwood deceased was born Sept. 29, I at Rem~ng.ton, Va., a son of late Daniel Asbury and Eliza- W. Wt~itmer. He was a rural il carrier for 32 years, having t:he route which star~ed S*henandoah Junction Pos~- and covered the northern of the country. He was re- from his job in 1947. He had active in t~he Elk Branch ,terian Church for a number Years, having served as an e'lder i also as superintenden,t of the School. are ,his widow, Mrs. a B. Ruse, Whi;bmer, one dau- Miss Georgia W. at the four sons, Wesley C. of to n; Jack R.. o~f S,hen Ju,nction; " C. Julian H. Abner of Shenan- Junction. Eleven grandchild and *three grea)t grandchildren survive. were received at ~c,he Wfe'l T. Strider Puneral Home in until t~his mor;]ing a;t 10 the body was taken to ,the HARVEY D. BEELER Harvey D. Beeler, a former sta.te senator from 'the eastern pan handle, died Saturday after linger ing illness a,t Berkeley Springs, W. Va. He was 76. Beeler served in t,he West Vir- ginia House of Delegates for sev- eral terms before his election as state sermtor from the 16th Dis- tri~. He took part in Republican pol igics throughout much of his life. He was a na,tive and life-long resident of Morgan County. He owned and operated an au*to dis- tributlng firm and a fuel oil sta- tion and was a bank director at Va. Members of the three Baptist Churches, Leetown, Summit Point, and Shenandoah Junction gave Shah' new preacher Rev. Williams and his family a poundi,ng Thurs- day night at :the parsonage in Lee town. Mr. and Mrs. Dunaway IAcklid- er of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend at their home in Leetown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wolfe and family have returned from a sightseeing trip into the mid-west. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Purr of Hag- erstown, Md. visited Saturday ev- ening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Purr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kline of near Charles Town were callers Berkeley Springs and a member Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary of the official board of ,the Episco- Bruce ~-~rr. pal Church. He retired from ~etive Joy and Kristi Long spent Sun- business a year ago because of day with their gra,ndparents Mr. fall',rig he~Ibh, and Mrs. Charles Willis, Mr. Clar He was also influential in estab ence Long was a supper guest at lishmen't of Cacapon Sta,te Park the Willis home and the children near Berkeley Springs. returned home with him. He was long interested in sports Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and and outdoor life generally. At the family of Martinsburg and Mr. time of his death he was owner end Mrs. Jack Moulton and dau- of a camp along Capon River ghter of Charles Town were vise- where he entertained friends fre-tars Sunday with Mr. and ~Mrs. quen.tly during the hunting and Charles Brewer. fishing seasons. Mr. and Mrs. Altc~n Grove and In earlier years of the opera- sons Richard and Larry attended etion of the sand mines he had a a ball game Saturday in Balti- co~tract to furnish horse teams more, Md. wiVh the tittle leaguers. for transportation and othermwork. Miss Elizabeth Grove spent the Smariving him are: his Vwi,fe, weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ce- the former Mi~s Helen Ambrose, cil Dawson in Charles Town. a~t the home, also ~ Morga,n Coun Mr. and Mrs. IV[. H. Wilson and ty; a son, Harvey D. Beeler Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson Jr. formerly of Charles Town, now drove to the airport at Washing- of Paw Paw; two grandc'hildren- tc~n, D. C. Sunday to take Jerry H. D., 3d; and Rebecca; four sis- Wilson there to take a plane for tars all residing, in Berkeley Oklahoma where he will at~tend Spt2ngs Mrs. Ward ~VL Dawson, Oklahoma State University again Mrs. William Eppinger, Mrs. The- this year. adore J. Hovermale and Mrs. Ben Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. AHemong; and a brother, Henry .and Gail were vise,tars Sunday Beeler of the sou~thern end of .the with the Slushers and WHsons at cou,n~ty. "Rose Hill Farm". Sunday. evening Mr. and ,Mrs. Wallace Logan and children of Alexa,ndria, Va. were visitors With ,ML and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr and Gall. Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson vis Mrs. J. Prank Gardner of Char Jted Priday and Friday night with les Town was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wortey in ,Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner and Hanover, Pc. returning home Sat family, urday. Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger of Char ,Mrs. Floyd P. Owens will drive les Town was a caller Priday af- to Parkersburg, W. Va. Thursday ternoon with qMrs. Mary Bruce where she will attend a conven- Purr. tion of the Pedera~ti,~n of State Frankie Henry left Tuesday for Republican Women Priday and l~ichmond, Va. where he will en-Saturday. roll at .the Virginia Medical Col- lege, ,Miss Barbara &chull of Summit BUY Your Calendars and Advertising eoint was a b by sitter for Mrs. Specialties From A Local M{an? Charlesa sale nearAdamsWilliamsport.while she attended Mr. Paul Chapman attended a Many Lines--Which New Calendar Idea church co nference in Romney on Get New Business For You--At Low Cost Makes For Good Price Comparison Book Matches - Pens Party Goods - Fabric Items Political Items - Balloons Business Greeting Cards, Etc. A Whole Room Full of Samples To Look At. TOM ENNON 121 NORTH CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 486 Charles Town Friday. Farm Women Meet The nippon Farm Womens club met at the home of Mrs. Woodrow Adams last Thursday with 10 mem bars present. 'Mrs. Hazel SPear gave a most interesting talk. on "Apples in wppealing Ways" which she made a delicious apple relish ,to serve refreshments of ham sandwiches, pota:toe chips, punch, and cake served, by the hostess and co-hostesseJune and Elizabeth Adams. During the social hour (Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. w(~n the prize for the game played "Famous Persons'. The guests ,were to supply .the answer to ques lions what .famous persons do ,these objects s~gges,t. ,Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman vis lied Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey and son Wayne .and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hessey in Mar- :tinsburg. Later in the evening the Ohapma~'is and Hesseys were sttp- i per gue.~t wi:th Miss Naomi Myers near Hedgesville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, " the children Ma ha and Chu k o ero Sunday dinner guests with Mr.i and Mrs. Wilson Magaha four, CAMPUS (for old grads, too !) DEAN LOOK hildrenRay, Ronnle, Tommyand' Charlotte of Mon,tgomezT County,' .Md. where he is herdsman for ,bhe' great Al~Marah Ranch which we were overwhelmed with its gran- deur gorgeousness, Activities Schedule For Presbyterian Church The following schedule" of act- ivi, ties was announced this week for the Charles To~vn PresbyCerian Church by the Rev. Carlyle Mc- l:)onald, pastor: SelYter~ber 19, Saturday, Churoh officers meet at ,Ramney. September 20, Sunday, 9:45 A, M. Sunday School; 11:00 A. M. Worshi,p Service, Dr. John R. Rivhards of ,Macon, Ga. will pre~ch; 2:30 p. m.,Yourtg Adul ~all RMly First Presbyterian Chur ch, Winchester, Va.; 6:30 P. M. Pioneer Vespers; 6:30 P. ,M. Sen- lor ,High Vespers. Septeraber 21, Monday, 8:00 P. ~VI. Meeting of Canvassers. September 23, Wednesc~ay, 6:30 p. m. LoyaRy Dinner at Citizens Fire Company. September 27, Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Rally Day Observance and pro motion of Sunday School pupils. October 4, Sunday 11:00 a. m. World Wide Communion Se~wiee. Send Us The Names A newly, ruggedly youthful hat--flattering to men of all ages! See how the tight telescope crown is pointed slightly in front, and ringed with a smart grosgrain band. No wonder they're voting the ADAM "Dean" most likely to succeed! Stop by soon-- Parents, this is the time of year when your sons and dau- ghteru will be going &w~y for college. Send us the name ~nd college they will attend so that we can m~ke mention of the fa~t in our personal column. Also we will send them The Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate while they are ~tw~y for just $2.50. and see what it does for yout. ,~0.7~ Tai~va,u p~per makers g~ U. S. advice. OTHER ADAM HATS AT - $6.95 $8.95 ,n,~a~,o. fears said to cut econ- - omic grow,t . READ THE CLASSIFIEDS m Yea How Much Food a Dollar flays! r;r| D.I |" ajar NI Ti I/iv|. ,,! 'JHE I | "E.%' i'OI; ,IiONE |" Ideal Cond. Ideal CL3nS ~ 16-oz $ 3138 7. 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Lee POTATO Mild Mellow Rich, Flavor#ul ASCO COFFEE Ib Ib Heavier Bodied 5c off Ib can IDEAL COFFEE Carl 12-oz pkg CHIPS ,poc,a, I C , Farmdale Ideal Fancy Lucky Leaf ~r Glenside Freestone Statler White or Colored e.oz S carl8 46-oz S CaRS No 2!~ S cans rolls S i OCTOBER ISSUE NOW ON SALE EVERYWOMAN'S FAMILY CIRCLE :i!i !!i i l 7:i C ACME MARKETS '~' JOIN IN FEATURING ~ "BETTER MEALS '~ BUILD BETTER FAMILIES" i LESS.~R QUANTITIES AT REGULAR PRICES. .,,. ~: .~x*~`~:+~`~``~`~:~:`~:~:~:~:x~::~:.~:.~:e.:~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ~ E :i:i::::i:~ [i ~ ~ "" ' 7 :: " : :i 7 ::":~: : ':: : :: : : ' : ":: : ~;~il :i~ ~:,ti.::~:a~: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: " " " ............... "" ..... .......... ...." " " TENDER CHUCK STEAKS 69c LANCASTER RIBSTEAKS 79'= lb. C Smoked, Small .-. 3,~Sl Freshly Ground pkg Small~r quantities slightly higher 35" 65" Lancaster BonelessIb Finest Quality pkg p Freshly Picked Ib Claw can I"A" Size White lb bag U. S, No, ! JONATHAN JUICY CALIFORNIA VALENCIA doz C PERSONAL IVORY SOAP4brs29: MEDIUM IVORY SOAP DETERGENT DASH ,o,o ,39 ,~v:~ $2.14 elant pkg $4.$9 tAR. CLEAN BLUE DOT DREFT ,e, p,,35' ,,.o',84 LARGE IVORY SOAP 20ars35 SPIC AND SPAN o. 24' ,,.o,o,,85: .z / $1.49'value 4 pcs. Starter Set Only Build your set with an order of 15.00 or more to a Service 99c AFTER OCT. 1st for 8-10 or 12 SEE DISPLAY OF COMPLETE SETS AT THE ACME Watch for Notice of On-Sale Dates - - - Get price list from the checker. Cereal Bowls Deviled Egg Dish Salad Plates Coupe Soup Bowls 3-Tier Ted Bit Tray 2 Pcs Cake Plate Large Meat Platters Gravy Boat & Pickle Dish Salt & Peppers Vegetable Bowls Sugar f.x Creamer Small Meat Plotter Prices effective thru Sat., Sept. 19, 1959. Quantity rights reserved. 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