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September 17, 1959

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A,qPIRIT OF JEFFER,qoN r RMrRs ADVOCATE {Town; Clnra Table!r, Route 1, f g-- THI R,qDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 Martinsburg; Mary Howell, Har-, pers Ferry; Ervin Jenkins, Ranson of County Fair Many Valuable Prize: Such As Pony, Car, Shorthorn Patrons of the Seventh Annual Jefferson County Fair, staged last Th~ursday through Saturday night, not only found plenty of i,nteres.t in the many exhibits and the en- ~ertainmen.t, but many of them came away with ple:~ty of valuab le and varie3 prizes, Not only did just about every commercial ex hibJtor award a host of prizes nightly, but a number of very val uable grand pz~zes were prese~nted such as a small car, a pony, and Shorehorn heifer calf. ~Many of the prizes were award- ed Thursday night, others Friday and the top awards Saturday night. Followin~ is a list of some of the awards: Advance ticket sales awards: first prize, a lady's Manhattan blouse from Kastle's Men's Store, to Donna Bracciale,, Kratz Trail- er Court; second prize, a Caak sprayer from Jefferson Hardware Company to Gene Magaha, R2~D I, Charles T(>wn; .third prize, a 30 pound can of frozen aSP Cher- ries from Ranson Fruit Company, to Michael Alvarez, 204 N. West street, Charles Town. Peoples Bank of Charles Town Thursday night $10 Savings Bond ~o WiHard Willt~gham, Ranson and Judy Furr, Charles Town. Fri day night $10 Savinus Bond to Jimmy Blue, Shenandoah junc- tion and Tom Lennon, Charles Town. Saturday night $10 Savings ]Bond to Dr. Gardner c/o Ed Kei- ter, Charles Town and Floyd E. ~imons, Ransom Grand Prize, Shorthorn Heifer Calf won by Mr. S. L. Jenkins, Charles Town. Independent Fire Company- Pony d~nated by Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Wys~ng Head Spring Farm won by Mabel Swartz Inwood. Swimley's Furniture Store-a sol id pine desk won by Marvin Dod son, Charles Town. Win,her-Farm Bureau, Holstein Dairy calf Mr. H. K. Daniels of Vienna, Va, J. Russell Fritts, Philco Dealer 1st prize 17 pc. Hostess Set, Henry Jones, Rippon, W. Va.; 2nd prize Laundry cart, Everett Breeden, Shenandoah Junction. R. C. Cave-State Farm Insuran ce Agent five Road &tlas~Mrs. El- izabeth C. Wall, Charles Tow,n; Ol lie Pierce, Charles Town; Miss Shirley Macoughtry, Summit Point; Nellie V. Hoffman, Harpers Ferry; Chas. J. Unseld, Shepherds town. Brass Lamp-Grand Prize, H. W. Wilts, Charles Town. Magaha Appliance Center-Thur sxlay nig~ht, hair dryer, Eleanor James. Ranson; Friday night, Westinghouse Steam Iron, J. P. Lumpkin, Charles Town; Satur- day ,night, Westinghouse Mixer, Philip Langehough, Arlington, Va. Melvin T, Strider Furniture Co. winner of Lane Duet cedar chest and record cabinet Sandra S. Os bourn, Shepherdstown. J. Emory Kable Distributor, 1st prize 100 gal. fuel oil won by Chet ie Hines, Charles Town; 2nd prize I)ickie S~nyder, 1 case of Uniflo Motor Oil. Western Auto Stores, Electric Skillet won by MAss Betty Albin, Shenandoa;h Junction. Martlnsburg Frozen Foods $100 worth of frozen food won by J, Campbell Bennett, box 279 Fred- erick, Md. Kenneth F. Lowe, Knapp Shoes One pair of $16.95 shoes won by Stanley F. Elliott, Shepherdstown, Peoples Supply, Mr. J. V. Kite, by Mr. Grover Dunlap, Kearneys winner in 1~he pellet guessing con ville; 2nd prize won by Mr. Mid- test wH, h exact No. 913. Wins from Elizabeth Say.tile, Charles Town and Nancy Blue, S~henandoah ,hmction. Future Of From Pa~e One New members to the club intro- duced not all of whom were pres- ent were: Mrs. Richard Adams, ,Mrs. Charles Alvin, Mrs. W. Carl Benton, Mrs. John Dunn, Mrs. A1- vey Ebersole, Mrs. Wallace Foltz, Mrs. Thomas Kern, Mrs. J. Kelly Lance, Jr., Mrs. Robert G. Leavitt, Mrs. J. J. iMangrum, Mrs. Charles Marcus, Mrs. DavidMcMillan, Mrs. Preston Merchant, Mrs. Donald Noland, Mrs. Leeds K. Riely, Mrs. Augustus Rodeffer, Mrs. William Roth, 'Mrs. Richard ~nyder. ~Mrs. Alice Thompson, Mrs. Leonard Whitmore. The various chairmen of the club's standing committees were also introduced and also the :fol- lowing members of 'the banquet committee: .Mrs. D. ~. ~Henesy, Mrs. Edna Stigers, Mrs. S. H. Stone and Miss Catherine Childs. The following delegates ~o the District Convention Oct. 17 at Petersburg were also ,named: Mrs. Frank ,Humpston, 'Mrs. John Dunn Mrs. S. H. Stone, "Mrs. Charles Al win, Miss Louise Briscoe, Mrs. Mar vin Edwards, ,Mrs. Stuart Miller and 'Mrs. Edgar Grimth. ,Mrs. Bloom also announced the dates of March 17-19, 1960 as the state convention dates. As special entertainment for ,the program, Mrs. James Watsc~n, Jr. president of the Jefferson County Educational Association read "The Bea~,,tudes of a Leader, author un i kn~wn. Her daughter Sally, sang three numbers accompanied a,t the piano by "Mrs. Alonzo D. Peters. On ,the business part of the pro gram the club members adopted a budget for the year and approv- ed the .treasurer's report and rain utes of a previous meeti,ng. Tabb Drawing To Be Showing Presbyterians At Loyalty Dinner ~lekauff, Berkeley Springs a steam John W. Ehteman maker of Red ~ohd dry iron, Potomac Light and wer. :~ C!~i, zens Fire Company, Black SAgas Heifer Calf dona~ted by Mr. ~o~n F. Ambrose won by Mr. Den ver L. Sinnett of Martinsburg, Dharles Town Gas Company- ~|i~st prize 3 pc. set corning cook- i~g ware-won by Carl She,nk, Ran ~h; second prize, 2 pc. Set Corn- ~[~ Ware won by Odetta V. Berry, Charles Town; 3rd prize, 2 pc. Set ~i~ng ware won by Elizabeth ~t~lleberger, Charles Town. l lfleld Enterprize EducatAona Corp.-Set of Webster Dictionaries won by Mrs. A. M. Pittinger, Shep herdstow,n. Bank of Charles Town-S25.00 Savings Bond, Sue Ann Merchant; $10.00 Savings Account ~rnest Houser Jr., Ranson; $5.00 .Savings Account, Mrs. Frances Harner, Marti,nsburg. Powh~tan Brass and Iron Works One pair Martha Washington ~B~raight Candle Stick Holflers won l:~ose feeds and Peoples Suppy the rabbit and 10O pounds of a,ny feed he chooses. Southern States Charles Town Co-Opera~ive 500 l~b. of feed, R. C. Snyder Charles Town. W. & R Sales 1 Alum. Storm and screen door won by M. Wha- ley 332 N. Geoi-ge S., Charles Town. Charles To~vn Grain and Feed- Dutch Boy Doll won by Betty Stri RANSON, W. VA. ,' IT' S:WHITE'S FOR DS ALWAYS" Always Your PHONE 159 I of FREE X- "g and Plenty of to Wait on You All of Your Car FREE of Ch WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II II , II I Ii I Mrs. George Tabb. whose char- fa ilq " coal artwork won the prize ~tt,he q0ur m will enj0q Jefferson County fair earlier this month has' just completed a char- coal drawing of t'he proposed new addi.tion and remodeling of the Presbyterian Church. This draw- ing 35-23 inches will be shown at t:he "Loyalty Dinner" which the Charles Town Presbyterian Chur- ch will have i,n the Citizens Fire Company on Wednesday, Septem- der, South Mildred street, Charles ber 23 ~t 6:30 p. m. ,Mrs. Tabb is Town; 100 pounds W. M. Horse a member of ,the Presbyterian iFeed, Mrs. Virgl,qia Shipe, Wheat- Church where she teaches in the land, near ~artin~burg; 2500 sq. Primary Depaz'tment and serves feet of turf btglder, Roger Clipp, on the Commi&te on Christian Ed Charles Town; 100 pounds of W. ucation. M. 16A Dairy, John W. Miller .Martinsburg;* 100 pounds O'Ta~ pig meal, Jerry Robinson Harpers Ferry; five pounds, Kasco Dog meal to Mrs. H. C. Ambrose, En- My Miss Margaret Houser gle; Joan F. Hughes, Shepherds- _____ town Clay McCormick, Charles WMS Held Meeting Town; WaYne Whi,tmore, Charles I The Womans Missionary Society Tow~; Ruth Nicewarner, Charles of ,the Methodist Ohurch met on ..... Wednesday eve~ning at the home of "Mrs. Roy TIetzel. The devotions and the lesson which were pres- ented by Mrs. ,Mildred Capriotti were followed by a business sess ion during which plans were dis- cussed for ~he making of apple butter w' is held each fall by the group. After adjournmn,t a :pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which delicious refresh- meats were served ,to the seven members who were preseat. DT/2 Donald Trundle of Coast I Guard Academy, New London, Conn. has been discharged ~rom the service and he has enrolled in Shepherd College. Mrs. Snyderl ~and daughter were guests of her parer~ts Mr. and ~VIrs. ~William Sny der while he was away. Mr. and ,Mrs. Donald Tru,ndle and adaughter have moved into his fathers 'home near Shepherds town along the Potomac. .Mr. and ~VIrs. Samuel Trundle have moved to Washington, D, C. and are staying ~t the home of 'her brother-in-law and sister Mr. a,nd Mrs. John May. Mrs. Trundle Who was at the V. A. Con,tot has found employment in Washington Mr. Trundle has had employment there. FAST AND EFFICIENT SERVICE BREAKFAST -- SHORT ORDERS / DINNERS -- FOUNTAIN SERVICE SANDWICHES In Packing For College, Some Things Must Be Left Behind BUT THE ONE OF THEM. NEED NOT BE (5-8-1bs.} 3 $ AT SEABROOK BROCCOLI SPEARS SEABROOK 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 49c [ ~Mr. and :Mrs. R. P. Hoffman of i~qlartinsburg were supper guests on Sunday of ,Mr. and,Mrs. C. J. !Hill and Mrs. Bessie Hill. i;Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hoffmas- ter and Camily of Baltimore,t~ Md. were Saturday guests of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles Ranaldi a;nd family. .Mrs. Annie Loudan and grand- son John Harding motored to Shepherdstown on Sunday and vis i~ted Mr. and Mrs. John Fratey, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Welsh and daughter a,nd Mr. and Mrs. 2~I. D. Welsh Sr. motored to Burlington, W. Va. on Sunday and visited R. W. Stickley. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons in Sout,hlawn. Md. GREEN PEAS - . - 2 l O-oz. pkgs. 33c BIRDSEYE SPINACH . - 2 !0-oz. pkgs. 33c BIRDSEYE BABY LIMAS- 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 49c BIRDSEYE FORDHOOK LIMAS SEABROOK FRENCH FRIES It Can Go With You For Nine Months For Our Special Student Subscription Rate Of Plus 5 Cents Tax in West Virginia Fill in the Order Form Below, Giving Us A Date With Which to Start Your Sub cr ptmn. B~GIN WITH ISSUE OF .................................. ADDRESS ................................................. CITY ...................................................... Enclosed Check. I I I ARHOUR'S TREET - - - 12-oz. can 44c FAMOUS F. F. V. SALTINE CRACKERS l-lb. pkg. 19c FAMOUS F. F. V. SESAME SEED APPETIZERS . . 7.oz. pkg. 29c A new look in modern hqmesJ/I F is achieved wi~h As~estos-Ce~en~ sheets witch wood battens. The PEANUT BUTTER--IOc OFF - Big 18-oz. jar, 49c sheets are immune o fire, and rot an__~d ,.~eve_~r need pair~ting~ BLUE BONNET MARGARINE -.- - 2-1bs. 49c KRAFT MIRACLE MARGARINE - l-lb. pkg. 29c OLD VIRGINIA APPLE BUTTER-- NEW LOW PRICE - 28-oz. jar 23c ii I UTTLE 2 lO-oz, pkgs. 49c mmmm 2 9-oz. pigs. 33, WISE POTATO CHIPS--IOc OFF-- Reg. 39c Size 29c CARNATION INSTANT MILK-- SPECIAL LOW PRICE - 8-qt. size 59c FLUFFI -Special Low Price - 3-lb. can 73c CRISCO--Special Low Price- - can 79c WISHBONE FRENCH DRESSING-8-oz. bottle 29c Another 8-oz. bottle for lc 2 bottles for 30c KEEBLER SALTINES . . . l-lb. pkg. 25c KEEBLER TOWN HOUSE . . large pkg. 19c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS - l-lb. pkg. 27c N. B. C PREMIUM CRACKERS- l-lb. pkg. 27c f t