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September 28, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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-- '- : '- - : .... j Debbie Baumgardner, Linda Car. /NAL son, Angle Lloyd Pare Snyder i . I. , , 00I!1 ffCUUlllU " ]Sharon Pulse Troop 14 Karen ,,u i i J i I ' i F, ~ ]Bell, Diane B'ailey, April' Brook- i ~ ii::::iii I' ~| I [man, Patty Doyle, Susan Grapes, 1 ~ ........... ' i : , ~ " I Debbie Dorf, Debbie Henkle, i ~ i ~!!i~:::i~: !~ :: Nancy Lutz Karen Marcus, Mary 1 ~ i::~::!/:i!!!! ::i Paul Marshall Mary Masters, Bon Telephone Your News to 222 InieMyers U ~ I li ii i' iiiiiiii !: ...... . aro i !| ~i~i~| i!i~iiiil}ii!i The Reverend and Mrs. John, A ..... I I),,-- Ct .... ,the change of location is necess-iLloyd and Mrs;'Lee Brown. . ~ ~ i ~t i!~iiiiiIi~il L Luke of Glendale S~rings, N AllllUdlIIU~t:.)llUW ary, however, since the office can [ The troops electeo omcers ana ~ ~ i :~:~i ~i~i~i~ " ~ "' e rv . the ejection resuhs were" presi- .......................... ~,~.~ ......... b tter se e all of the schools of li c are sp,endmg some tm)e,wlth]T~ Be HeM 0eL West Virginia from a more cen-[dent Debbie Henke troop 14 see ~ ~ I ~'~~3!i~: i!i~ii~i~ Mr. I~UKeS sister, mrs. wllllaffll ............... I .... o .... [retar- Sharon Pulse of troon 45' ~ ~ Ik ~i :i~!~:i~[~ ~ xxr,,son- ~t ~er h-me near Sum ~- t,. / . , . ~ trat locauon in the state | ~, ~. .... % , l~[~i:..i::~ ~ [] ~ :'~ :~:~!~i: ~'" "' ~ s - ,. ,, ' ~ .... treasurerper)the t~aumgaroner, ........ ....... . . , ar wl n not Elsmon said that whale he ~s ' , :~: ::: II ~;:~1 ,~,,~ n!~t Point. Mr. Wysong ~s recuper nc ester et l~nvin..Toffor~on C..ntv ho or-]troop 45; and troop reporter, Pare :~ I II ~:~ ~ ating Tom major surgery m the "Inthe Time of Roses', the ~e-:ts"~o~come-~'o~)re'~,'~v~olSnyder, troop 45 :!ii::~ 1 .~ Winchester M momal H sp tal. 25thannual Rose Show of the " " " " the, ~;~ " ~ . .... renew the many friendships he The girls havedecided ~ : ::: ::~ :::~:~::::. 11 /~ ~I MzssAmehaHopkms~sapa-GardenClubofVwgmmwfllbe h~a,o,,,~ ,,~n .... ',~'--~-[willmeetat4"n0n m vervThur ~~ i 11 i] m~!~!i tient in the Charles Town Gen-here Oct. 4-5 in Winchester, Va "'":.~"."~,:. d'"'~'~ .'"=::7~s_ "_'~/sda. at the Ba=tist Churc{l ~~ eral Hospital after a fall at her The event, open to all amateur 7h~'~e w~e "~'b~e~ i~n"~C't~arles[ ~ ..... v ........ !~~ II il II el i!/:i home onEastWashington StreeLlrose growers, is being sponsored Town on Nov 13 to fulfill a/A'" " , a ,. II el 1;iili She suffered a fractured hip. by the Little Garden Club of Win s,~akin, en~,a~ement he said Annual Letter I II el ~iiII Mr and Mrs Milo Hatch of Au chester assisted by the Winehe I e, s s " /,,, ... ,,, , . II il ~:.~:ii -usta" Geor-ia" have been s'~end t ter-Clarke Garden Club. Show I .... - - .... /Wrlflnn W$$~ /~ KS :: : '":5::i: ~ ~ ~ 1~ " l| llllll~ II ~kl~ /V B~ !J? ?: [ :::i::?:!:i!: i :ii?::: ." -. ~:~ II il ~ng several days in town attend- hours are 3 to 9p. m. on Oct. 41Wayside Garden Elub /,,. . ,,.. .. i,:~ II el 1 ing to business and visiting with lann a. m:to.a, pLm. ~ct..5 at l," - . ,, ,, ' /I|B rvP_fl I .I ::ii::iii i;iiiiiiiil if!! sommm~a ,rmay e e g ~ep iammes was gwen at tn~ home l Harris 'o r - he -- ...... .. II il i Hatch s brother and slster-m t ueorge wasmn~on Hotel. [ffleers at mreus flame / ........................ ,::::::..................................................... ,~ I Iel i law Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wil There are only two classes not[ [ The 24th annual "Letter Writ- iiiil II il i son. open to all rose growers; One of] The Wayside Garden Club met ling Week" will be Celebrated in ii:~i:::~i:::J:ii:iiiiiii:/: ~:!iii 11 i[ i Mr. and Mrs. William Wysong [ mese. me .mter-eiUD c!ass.~or [ Sept. 26 at the home of Mrs Char [ Charles Town during the week of i:~iii:~ii :~ :::: ~ ~:::: II il and young son Billy of McLean, o em yrrzCn y:s o {ne araent i u [les Marcus with the president/Oct. 1 to 7 it was announced by ii~:~ii ::::i ::: i II B I ~:~i~:' Va snent Sunday with Mr Wv-I,,._ , g . . ...Y, ,, . ~ ]calling the meeting to order and]Postmaster C. Manning Smith. iiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii::i II i[ ~ii!! son~'s"varents Mr and Mrs "G K [ i'Mn,light ann. /~oses ann is .to [ the minutes and the treasurers t Postmaster Smith noted that a ~:~ili:i!i::::: :~!:~i~:!~ i II il i~:.~!i::~ ~wys0ng at their home on'South oe wm~erosesm a snver comam lrepo~ were heard, i letter "is the most economical ~, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..... ; ~- er, marking me silver anniver, a vlr ~vlrs weet wnlHlngton ,' 11 i[ ~!i ~amuel Street. [oar,~ . ,h. ~.a.,. r,,,,~. ~ x,;. [ Mrs. Steve Clopper announced/and person 1 way to extend greet ~" , 11 i[ i~:!!~ Dinner guests on Saturday at [~inh' ........ '~ ......... *" [the rummage sale was a big sue ]rags. commun!cate ,,social news, The above picture shows Mr. and ~s. Sweet W~ttlng~n, 11 i[ ~! the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis [ Wh~ .~,.. ~l.ooa ~ooo ~o .. ~u Icess .with cooperation from the ]ann exchange laeas, they celebrated their 68th wedmng anniver~ry Sep~r 1~: II el I~i B Jenkins of Ranson here the clubs"in"~.~" ~a].~n'~]u: ;~2"" ImemDers. [ During letter writing week it is the home of their daugh~r, Mrs. Valley Shlpe, a,t O~ngs 11 i[ ~iii la'tters sister and brother-in-lawl .ne . r e ..~ D 0 .v!r-[ The president announced the lsuggsted that you write at least Md...They are well-known in Jefferson county as they~ were ~:~:,~::~i~ . gmla ann Dy invitation to ClUbS " n and raised in the county Mr Whittington will be 94 ~on OctO~ II il Mr. and Mrs. Phlhppe Nadeau i~ ~ ......... ur~,,,ho~o,. [Shenandoah Potomac Reglonal/two letters, one to a frm d or r. ........ : ~-" ~ ~ n ................... ,,,.,,~o~ ...... relative from whom ou have not.~ ano. ~lrs. wmttington is ~b. ~ ' II II ~:~-ii~ and children Drone, To y and Mrs E Willis Lac," Jr is eha;" [ meeting will be held m Shepherd [ Y , I I/I ~#~ Jeffrey of McLean, Va I " ": .. - -.~' "-. . "[stown at Reynolds Hall on Nov /heard in a long time, and the see " ~; ....................... is .......... i"-er" -rid ElizIma'n ann ~rs. ~. uman ~uyKen. t7th "loud as a reply to a friend or re- I..~.,II~M^. Liberty Street in Charles To~ Mr. an(l Mrs. t-alli t'lt~man vrye m ses Ket)a w tn s a I dall, co-chairman of me event in " , .... ' ............. -- ...... abeth Bradford visited Miss Loul...-:-~. ,- ...... ,,. ~.^..,..^.., .... , [ An invitation was read from/muve WhO recenuy wrote to you. .t:tu.ullVII I The public is giver~ g eordial~ Mr and Mrs Stanley her father wore a street length ise Manning one day this week [ asses"'an %pen'"arrange' [the Junior Woman's Club urging/.Also corresponding, w th peopl? From Page 1-- A ]vitation by Mr. Wall and his st .... ." ' " attendance at the Civil Defense sn omer countrms a means oz ------ her of Shenandoah Junctmn, an- dress of white chiffon over taf- Mrs. Edna Kern of Harpers Iment classes. [ ......... [-romotin- -rearer understandin- With the completion of the [t visit his show rooms and nounce the marriage of their dau fern. Ferry who is a guest at the Knott [ [m trmg:mnesCMo emread an arUc [among t e%eoples of differen sprinkler system, Mr. Travell [th all-new Chrysldrs for 196X ghter, Lorna Lorrain, to Mr Paul Mrs Peggy May, sister of the Rest Home celebrated her birth I~ P_.J-- Pt .... I. " ........... /_~.: ..... ~ ~ w..~ o,~ ~.m,~ h~ I ~ " "" W. ~luru~li I-i~im~ll ie on wny "z'ne t~eaves t;nange ,,,~,o. .................................... P~ttman Frye, the .~on of Mr and groom, was matron of honor and day Monday wzth a pmvate party[ I ........ l w,^ .~ ..... * *"i ...... L"tt"r now com,~lied with eve,'- fire- [ GO '~ ~'~0~-~ e~r~rn~ M~:. hW~l~iamn Pitlman Frye of M/oomWi~eliamd FarsY~efatmh:r of the of her fairly. I Gtven Farewell I Mrs James Mason was in char [Writing Week as indicated on safety recommendation made by [ P g .. ... Mres. Hester Fritts ann granoI 1,, nf" nn~ nrn rram ann ave a/more than 200,000 banners, is the top fire-protection boules inI * " o ....... r---'o ...... ~'--- , . ~ The doub rmg cerem.ony was . A.recepuon .or me mmeamte son M chael spent the weekend 11 : .... T .... J,,. M:_L& ] most interesting talk and demon- [ "Letters are Links to Friendship.' the state and natron. The home / I " | - I , " " . . "n " nbu g; Va. with her]l llllll l" /U UII I 1!]!11 ] tra i,m on nn ,,r arranging, /Remember October 1 to 7 is the is now one of the most modern ' ' " ' " Qi ................... v,---o tember 15 at s~x o clock at the of the bmde s parents ~mme ate brot s ......... " her and rater-in-law. I I w~,,.,,~,. ~, .... "ra-ti .... ,ar~ [date and best eqmpped homes m the ~ | ||l~a I~kll~ ~,g St. James Lutheran Church at ly following the cere o y. Mr Har,'- Marshall Kable of[ W. Gordon E~smon, executwelwho.t. ,~o,~ ~,, ~h~ Ni=h~', wn=[ ~ entwe area, he stud ~ " A:~~h Uvilla with The Reverend John Mr. Frye is employed by Lee Kabletown'and Calvin P Flem Iseeretary of the West Virginial~'_U'_'%_.~'~:_'~..'__-_~ ~.'72;_~ ~7_"~1~., , . ~ , ~ ........... ~ "-7 ~||l,|~eel~] Grissinger Jr. officiating. Morgan, of Shepherdstown. Mrs. in~ Jr of Charles Town s-ent [ Secondary Schools activities Corn [ uu~u..e..OYr~: ~zcz~-u~m~;;~x~ [ ~emoals! tnurcn /0 ......... , I "" " " at She herd Col ~ " ~" ..... "~'="" ""~'"~=" "~ .... ~" ""'~'~ Before the ceremony Mrs Frye Ls a semor p ~,,,a,, at m,ona vic,a Vir~,inla I m,ssmn, who ~s moving hm of-I ........ | .......... . Mem0alst ttrcle I', " - ......... a .............,----o ....... ~viarun. for me general arrange ~, t , Mary Ann Morgan of Shepherds- lege majoring m Home Eeonom. Mr and Mrs Drew Conklvn[fmes to Parkersburg, W. Va. Sat[ ........................... /flh rve World Wide .... I i,O _ ' ' " .............. ~ r lllUllt 2~11 l-lgl- l-atll~ 2~1-~ l~ucg vl~wv town played the tradlttonal wed- ms. and son Kenm, of Miami Flu l u day, was guest of honor at a] .............................. [ _ M tlnn I . --., , J ~ . UII IIIVt21"Lt~U 1 11I"~. VIVIUII DU~II C0mmunl0n" ~ d II ~llill'l~l~llll~ II~Ulq~ ~ drag music. Mr. and Mrs. Frye are residing ... farewell droner given by the East ~--. ..... . have been v,s,tmg relatwes and . won a yellow mbbon and Mrs. El- aun.a .._ =_ The bmde gwen m marrmge by m Shepherdstown. fri~nd~ in Charles Town and-vie]e~n Panhandle Athletm offlcmlsl ............................. [ [ The varmus Cwcles of the Churl ~~.--- '~ ]n]tv ..........7 "'-- - [ association Tuesday nigh~ at I t~/:n~age~ey wuu ,uuuz~me meu-| The Charles Town Methodist I les Town Methodist Church will I ~ ~"'-~ ~t~e ~ pen ~ = ~ u t# ~ ~" . _ __ :. _ _ /Shady Rest Restaurant on U. S.] t, ,.. c.,Acimens r ceiv[ Church will observe World Com meet Tuesday, October 3, with] 11 M;~ Pll~Pn I[;l~l ~W ~nannes vows [beeMr" i~na~e ~oraP~taeilz forWna sh~;~ [Route 11, north of Martinsburg. [ in~'"awards"'~ver~..~ Mrs William / munion Sunday on October 1 in all of the Circles except the Ellen [ ~ ~l |~ i~P~P i'IHV kliVVll VBil vlt H P Som ~'a ==~ [ ..... : ........ | e 33 athletic officials, high/~,.t~o,, A~-," m~,e Pink D~hlia/tw services The first will be at Atkinson Circle which meets at[ i~/~ | ume ss a guest at me r~not~ ~test ch ol ri ci als a h ....... ' ....... ' " " "" s o p n p , co c es and 8"30 A M and the second will be 2 p m to meet at 7'30 p m ~' W, th Mr rhamh r i,IIvllla hurch Rdes I . [ p p o tO]dahlia blue" ~,'~ Charles Printz[at 11:00 A. M. The choir will stagI C~rcle No. 1, Mrs. Grover [ _ I Home news a ermen were n hand Blue; Lemon Marigold, Blue, red . . ". ' " " :~T =~== a== v==u===w~=~ v ,iv Dick Thom son spent a Iew " " " , ......... , - - :~i~: [ . P .[ dine wzthE]smon and express/ ~ ..... ~ m ....~,.~ xzl,i~, m,~/at both servmes. Dr. Richard T. Goode, chawman, will meet w~th[ O(~ YOUR LETTER ~ ~ [days w~th his parents Mr. an~| their regret on his leaving the| ~'_~L'-~"_~'"~.'A;'_'..~'. "~';_'~",~.~_"/Scholl, the minister, will speak !Mrs. Herman Willis on First Ave-I ---- -- - .... i The Uvilla Methodist Churchter and served by Mrs. Clara B. [Mrs. W. C. Thompson and bro |EasternPanhandle ~ection ~,a/reacu r~u~e, yu.uw, m~. ~uU~-l .......... ......... t ~wo A~nm~ ~m; was the scene of a fall wedding Mason, Mrs. John McGarry Shy-[ther, Michael at their home on [felicitations on his new and ~l'ar [man Whitacre. ~d^rose_YeHow; ] 7o~uertY Anho;neHo~ugn~un~a~; nU~atricia Patterson Circle No 2, [ t.~! ~'-~-~ r~,~: Sunda Se tember 17th when der Jr presided at the punch South Church Street Dsck ]s em er offzces m Parkersbur ~..~ ~eu vvm.zye., ,,,a,~o,u, S Y, P " I " " "" -/g " " g. I-. " .... ink A era | School, with classes for all ages,,Mrs. Harry Pine, chairman, will [ -- or |a t? MaW olue, celosla DlUe, p g Mac ]~ileen, daughter of Mr. and" bowl. Messrs. Gilbert Kief and [ ployed hy the Admiral Corp. in] Followingthe dinner Earle ]- _. " . . ;i .... "| will meet at 9"30 A M I meet with Mrs S W Hedrick at ] "rance and nlanco ~[~rouQb~ e r r d " turn, DlUe, reo glaolola, yellOW I" = Mrs. Jack W. Catrow, Shenan- Lawrence Ramsblarg were hos- [ Chicago, Ill. H et.u ned We nes iLightner chairman of the offic- [ The meeting was adjourned] Both the Junior and Senior High Claymont Court. " " I the;r mall and open the mo~ doah Junction became the bride tess with Miss Anna Rowland and i day evening via united Air ~ines iLls association spoke briefb, ro- ~ ....................................... ......... ~ , a "-" t ~r~d d~l;~irt,,~ ~~hrn~nt~ ut~vp| gvuupn w111 III~UL i~L D.OU p Ill. ior doan Hughes ~lrcle t~o. ~, ~ars. / Invl~m{l. imDo~4~-IOoKIn~ of Mr. Thomas Fleming Cham- Mrs Charles Brown as floating[Washington, D.C. !lating Eismon's background in l .... ".~:'~'~."~ :~"." ............... /their evenin- worshin and hour Josenh Carroll chairman will i ,'" ,'.-- bers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin hostess. Miss Connie Boarman ! David Van Metre, son of Dr. I the field of athletics and praising I servea Dy me hostess. | of Christian fellowship. The meet- with Mrs'. Glenn Ramsburg / e?~empes ~/~T. |" havl C. Chambers of Hedgesville. was in charge of the gifts and [ and Mrs. John L. Van Metre, 311 [ his fine efforts in raising the I . , ~, [ Church is preparing for an evan- on Morison s[reet: [ . ~our. i,e~v.o~., w n ,, . Before an alter of white glad- Miss Betty Lou Catrow, sister of]South George Street, Charles }:standard of athletics throughout l npnRnfl i n uare ]gelistic meeting starting on Oct- Ther Eva Logue Circle No. 4 [ plen~/ot pnon~ appea.~ ~: iolous and candlebra the doublethe bmde. had the .guest book. [ Town ~s one of 400. freshmen en: [ Wes.t V~rg]ma. . .. 1 .~ m, ,, P. ~'1 ,. | ober 15, when the Rev. Gordon Mrs. Addle Green, chai,rman will J ~ou'!l let us..p.nnt your te~ ring ceremony was performed by Mrs. namDers a_graauam [tering rankhn ann aarsnau [ smon, WhO was outstanmng i/0 M01a first uanTe /Pratt Baker of Nashville, Tenn. meet with Mrs. Frank Humpston / eaas on o srmgmsnea mum- l he Rev Randall Parsons, former of Shepnerostown tiign ~cnooz. I lege this fall. The Fall semester l in athletics in high school and l ]will preach every night in our North George St. / mormill Bond wi~h Hemme~ pasto" r and friend of the bride. Mr. .......... Chambers a graduate of Hed]officially opened September 21, [college, has served the West Vir[A~ ~l|rii~ C~|~n fl~*t ~ l,,Six Nights For God" meeting: The Sara Reineche Circle No. 5 [ ...d.m" I Bond Envelopes to Traditional wedding music was ges !le H gh School also attend !when classroom work begins but I gm a educatmnal system hrst as [ tl I'1111= lUllml Vt, lo L I We cordmlly invite the pubhc Mrs Edward Morgan chairman| mn h in color flubS, ~laved by Miss Eleanor Ann Shireu ~nepnera t;ouege ann is era- Ithe Orientation Program ~or la teacher and later as a principal I The Shenandoah Squares West to worship with us. will meet with, Mrs. Kable John | ie,/before and after the service ployed as trainee with McCoy- Freshmen began September 16 |coming t6 Charles Town as prmci tern Style Square Dance Club of~ ~ son on South George Street | A ~"wearing a street ........ tengm ure~s~ McCellan_ Green store in Martins I and extends through September ,] pal of the local high school 13 [ Charles Town will hold their dan ' ~ ~h^~b~w~ Please note auction sale . " |FOR ALL OF YOU -~ ~*,~ da,,ron and cotton with ourg. 20. [years ago. While m the Eastern ce on Monday, October 2 at 8 /~V ~il~ll~lU~lV~ll ~ 1 ~v~,~x~ ~,r.~'~ a lace bodice the bride was given The bmde cnanged into a navy Visitors at the home of Mr. and [. n,andle Emmon also, offmmted oclock p. m. at the H. L. Mills [__I... ~.&.J UI.LM~ ~uel,,@ ~ A~ [ ........ t~ in marriage bv her father She blue fall print w~th navy access-[Mrs. Roy Dunn and family were],tr mgn SChOOl zootbau anu oas:tServlce Statmn in Ranson. [JCIIIU[ hlll~U lll~ll n~n ~aaa~= ~;a UL e41 [ we ~re ~s uose carrie~ a~'cascade of white car- ories for travel through Northern I Mrs. Irene Boyce and daughter [l~etball .games ~.or a numoer of[ Beginners classes are now being 't~_ C,I.,I,,,L=.~ T,.,&,, W~ll'e ~,-~|,.a ] Your Telephone nations. Her only jewelry was a West Virginia. Mr. and_ Mrs. |Nanc~ of Winchester, Va., Mr. [y;.ars. ~t was .~ismon, Lign.mer ]started for new eoup!es Who are ,UII flul r mp ~a, = j~;I vl~,~ JIGllUII | CALL 222 a Is. ift ofthe Chambers will resiae at ~a/west I and Mrs Jay Dunn of Charles [ s m, WhO was tnstrumenta~ m or / interesteo in trying western Sty ~ "~he "" "er ........ J "-" ~" strandof pe r g ........ i ~ ~nrys! ~z, Ieaturmg me groom . Race Street where they have fur [ To~ and Mr. Charles Dye, Toms [ gamzmg the offlcmls assocmtmn | le Square rDancmg. Any couples ]. Two Shepherdstown H gh new full s~e 300, a high perform[ JE[[ERSON -- " ....... nished an apartment I Brook Va l ann having me memoers Decome/Lnterested in joining beginners ~cnooz senmrs nave oeen g~ven .... l ance sports series in a popular Her omy mten~ant_.was her sis ~eceding the wedding, show- ! ~r '~-.( ~,-o ~- ..... Flemin= [registered officials. [ classes are cordially invited to at recognition for high achievement nrice range as well a~ mare, -~,~- [ ~||~l|~|M~ ~ Ter, miss rannle ~atrow as /ham ,~,. .... ,~r. eriw~n them hv M~P~ I "~-" '~'~" "T '~""'~" ~' Several years ago h~. gave un of / t,md fhi~ ttan~ rl~v ~,,~va l~n ill the initial stage of me sevenm ~- - ~. -- : "- . ~ "V~" / ~v~-J~n~i~ ~v.e =,,-" earth owder blue "~'~ .... ~ ............ ~ ......... 'Jr of Martins~)urg were supper . . . ..... ~. ....... 7 ...... ~, ~'~"~." ~"" nloQels oI mis great automobile ~ff hono~ w . g p .... Meadie Gochenour and Edward[ ." .......................... [flcmtmg and then two years ago] crag, we think you will hke R. I Annual Natmnal Memt Scholar- ""ill be ^" "~' ..... ~ ....... | Charles Town- W. V$ Jace over taiIeta wl[n matching McKee Another by Mrs Charl,~e I guests la~;t weuuesu~ty wzuz mr. I when the late B'll i Fue'ltt di~u4 I T,.. --..e~ nf vain tho elane, o will shin comvetition said Edward B w ZL'" ""r u,~r,,,y rHu~y aL / " accessories She carried a nose- ~. " d one b her 4 H Club~. land Mrs. Calvin Fleming. I Eismon, who had- been~ servmz I be held"the "~he C'harles-Town Rogers, principal, Stanley Elliott Wa s Se vice Station on East i " '* " " " n urown an Y " " ' m * gay of pink carnatm s.... ~ i Mr. and Mrs;.Tom Kej. p and ]for a number of years as a* mem ]Junior High School. [and Paxton Marshall were named SPIRIT OF JEFFERS~N ~m~ ADV~C&'lP]~-~ Mr. Chambers ChOSe ms ~ro- ~ ... t, -- ~ I granddaughter ~)awn ~na~er, ~ar. lber of the West Virginia State l I semifinalists in the 1961-62 Merit . .. v -to =~ ther, Donald Chambers as best Lommntees etameci [and Mrs. Henry Wolfe and grand|Board of Apneals was named , Program as a result of their out 6--A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER man. Leon and Jack CarroT, bro- ,-J . __. .o . [daughter Tummy, Mr..and Mrs./the executive"secretary of the At i ,rl 5corn iroop ~ [standing performance on the Nat ~',~,r,~*~ thers of the bride were ushers. %n nn rmmwn nmn [Leo Cameron, Cumberland, ~a./hletic Commission On being t ....... 'o - l ional Merit Scholarship Qualify-~ ' _a Mrs. Catrow, .mother .of the ~''~'''"'"." ~ = all spent the weekend at CamP]named to this post he moved the ~ ~i~t Meetmg 0t , ling Test. R[~"r~v /flH'~ ~:THI~lfl U/fll[~lfTMfll~ nrme ChOSe royat Dine print w~tn .r0un [Yoko, t'etersDurg, w. va. /offices of the association to Char ....... I The semifinalist group is com ~1 1 I L-VV ~1 d/UVlV II~IIII~IVi ~ The ooms /UI~III /bU~ll~i V matching accessories. = , I Mrs. Owen Garrett Bane, Sr. of lles Town. Now the offices are Y,a, :h~ =ntict rh.rch I posed of the highest scoring stu- " mother wearing a gray and black At a recent meeting of th Ex- I Milwaukee, Wis. has been visit- [ being moved to Parkersburg so i"-- "" Y ~ dents in each state. They will n ~ U P ~ |! I P I' I' P ~ 1 rmt w th black aecessorms S P ' " "~ tension committee of the hep- [ ing her aunt Rena B. Milton, S. as to be more centrally located in | Girl Scout troop No. 45 held its take another rigorous examinat- 1 n r L/1 11 L r I 1 r Both wore corsages of white carherdstown High School P. T. A. ]Samuel St. ]the state. |first meeting of the year at the ion, the three hour scholastic Ap- -- ............ I Hospitality, ~irs. Max Derr, I time Shirley "has celebrated his the group for the tribute paid him year Intermediates into their Mrs. Stanley Elliott Sr. Marshall s OPENING IN CHARLES TOWN, W.! VA. .. __. I .. ~,-~ _['~ T | ~ E ?. _ Ms.r Adam Link, Jr., Mrs. John [ ~hi~;thdav........................... at harn~ fur a numh~r ~-n and expressing regret on leaving troop. Enrollment this. year is as parents are Mr .... and Mrs P Pax ~'~T r~ ~ c~r~ ~'~,~ t~,'~ T,~ran-~i-~T, mrs, ~r , Miller, Mrs. W. R. Headlee... [years ~k delicious birthday din this section of the state. He said follows: Troop 45, Drone Snyder, ton Marshall Sr. I~l~l~/-k~]~i I/U ~O llVll1151)IAl'Ed. I. SHOP CLOSING NOVEMBER Is~. Membership, Mrs. Douglas ~ur- / her was served ' " " - " ~ Please Call for Clothing October rier, Mrs P P Marshall, Mrs H ] .. .. .... ~ CLASSES ARE BEGINNING NOW. 14t0h0 b 3t een hour sd T Skinner" Jr., Mrs. Will]am[ch F ot eSC lor lUSpenYt [ FOR INFORMATION CALL- " 10" . : 0 P. M. ~u " ' Mr ' RESPONSIBLE FOR CLOTHING GW:2;ee ~r~r L:nr~Y ~hUlel~au1 ~" I days visiting relatives and friends n~mm.r T~'~kT'~ d"~I'I[?'ITTI~II'~ AFTER THE ABOVE DATES. . .. g _ " 'I in Charles Town and the county, i l l:SIII LUU UAYAI. II I M ak,Be Sh:p iii 7; ifii:H,;i[ ' PHONE 21411 HARPERS FERii W.i VA. USE THIS COUPON TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON -- ADVOCATE Or pass it along to a friend or use it to extend or renew your own subscription. Please start sending me the Spirit of Jefferson - Advocate. m ~mmm mm mm mmm~m mm mm~ Name ..................................... Street .................................... City ........................ State .......... $3.50 Per Year, Plus 10 cts. tax in West Virginia a son, Timothy Davison at the Manchester Memorial Hospital, Manchester, Conn. Mrs. Ba~lett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul ~ve, Fairview Farm. [ Mrs. S. C. Glassford and grand I son Tony spent a few days this[ week with Mr. and Mrs. Jb~[ Glassford at Williamsport, Md. h]I Visitors Sunday with the Slus ers and Wilsons, Rose Hill Farm Leetown were Mr. and Mrs, Mar- shall Wilson Jr. near town and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohrer of Mar- tinsburg. Charles E. Gore who has been 'a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital for the past two weeks or so returned to his home on South Samuel Street last week. His condition is reposed as being very much improved Mrs. Nelson Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Thoburn Stiles, New York are visiting Mr. Guy Davis and Mrs. Grace Throm at their j h0me on 2rid Avenue. DISCONTINUED COLORS AND TYPES OF DUPONT PAINT A L S O --- The four Tha~ter members of the club who are still a~tive, were present Tuesday evening, Sep- tember 19 to help the Charles Town Woman's Club celebrate the 40th birthday of the founding of the organization &t ~ dinner party held in the Blue Grass Inn at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel. A num- ber of past-presidents were also on h~nd. The ~tbove picture shows a number of the more dis- tinguished guests at the dinner. They are, front row, left to right:--Mrs. Henry Dutrow, ~Ilss ~nne Lloyd Baylor, Mrs. H. H. Huyett, and Mrs. Frank Bushong, all charter members of the cmb~ Back ro~, left to right:---Mr. Fitzgerald and Mrs. Olive $ohnson directors of music in Louaoun t~ounty, (Va.) schools;Mrs. O. S. Bloom, & past president of the loc'al club and present district president; Mrs~ PhlUp Porterfleid, Mrs. C&therine Child,, Mrs. B. I. Baxnes, the latter of B~ltimore, Md.;, all past- presidents of the club; Mrs. James W~tson, Jr., who is currently serving as president; and Mrs. R. E. Metz, of Berrrvtlle, V~., &lso & ]rest-president of the club. (Photo By Tim Sinn) Phone Off Color Flow Kote Color Cond. Flat Quart $1.( 17 Charles Town, W: /