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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rA MrRS ADVOCATE B--A TIIURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1959 Program Of SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1 10:00 A. M.--Tours and exhibits. 11:00 A. M.--Chm'ch (with each church having planned K's own Centennial Service.) 12:00 Noon--Homecoming Centennial picnic at Head- quarters of Harpers Ferry Park. Also Ox-Roast of Ilar- pers Ferry- Bolivar Lions Club. i2:15 P. M.--Concert by Charles Town IIigh Schcool Band. 1:15 P. M.---Motorcade Senior Citizens or "Old Timers" through Harpers Ferry and Bolivar; also motorcade from the Halq ers Ferry Park to Bolivar Heights accompanied by Charles Town High School Band. 2:45 P. M.--Sham battle at Bolivar tleights- Livil g ]Iistory by the Confederate Unit of Big Pool and lIagers- [:M. Gtewart. D,Jrlng the bu,qme;~s session plans were discussed for a program planning meeting for the next County Council and to set ~up objectives for the new club year. Mrs. Victoria G. Goens, Club Agent for Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan Counties gave a demon- stration on "Rug Making" using old blankets and led the club with games. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Homemakers Attend State Meeting Twenty Jefferson County Farm and Homemakers Club mem,bers and guests attended the 12th An- nual State meeting at West vii~- ginia State College, Institute last Monday. Theme for the meeting was "Growing As Homemakers". town, Md. versus the Sharpsburg Rifles---Union Unit of Main features were a summary of S harpsburg, Md. a state Nutrition Conference and an address by Mrs. Elizabeth 3:30 P. M.--Final showing of "The Prophet" in the high Drewry, MemberWest Virginia school auditorium. House of Delegates. Club members ,:30 P. M.--Shepherd College Open House. atter ding the meetiog were Mes- dames Myrtle Allen, Ethel Canty, )den and :qt)ll.~ (hay and Prankh, and her p~rents Mr. and iMrs. Prank Kidwiler and family at Bak er:ton. .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beahm and son Mickey of Hyat,tsville, Vs. were Sunday visitors of the for- mers parents Rev. and Mrs.Ar- :thur Beahm and sons. Misse~ Betty and Mazie Shu- maker of Bolivar were recent call- ers of .Mrs. Nellie Odes and fam- ily. b.[1 q. do-;cphmu Jenkin:~ i-; oll law sick list. We wis~: her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. John:W Seal and daughter Patssy and son Johnny o,f Ranson were Sunday visitors of the litters parents Mr. and Mrs, Forre~t Hostler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and dau ghters Linda and Cathy and son Martin of Middleway were Sun- day visitors of the latt~rs mother Mrs. Mary Cl'ine. Mr. an.O Ma',~. R~;b,:rt D. Oil, .~]ld sons Donnie, Van, Nell .and Oral of Charlottesville. Vs. spen,t Sat- urday night and Sunday with the formers mother Mrs. T. D. OCt a,ad son Harry E. OCt. Mrs. Mae Anderson and Mr. Buddy Penwell of Chaz'/es Town were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill were Sunday even- ing visitors of the latters mouther Mrs. T. D. OiL Mr. and Mrs. Estel Wilt annon,n ce the birth of "Todd Lyle" at the Charles Town General Hospital on September 21. This is their first child. ~Mrs. Wilt was the .for- mar Miss Delores Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence OCt and Mr. Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruth and daughter Cheryl and son Frankie of Maryland .were Su0nday callers of :Mr. and Mrs. C'harles Wiley and u i, ,, , , , iii i ii1, i i Drunken Driving Norman LaRdy l%aley, RFD 1, ~,arpers Perry, is being held in Jefferson Coun.ty jail in default of a $500 bond assessed against l~im when he was found guil~ty of a drunken drive,rig charge at a hearing before Just, ice of the Pea- ce Roger E. Clipp Saturday ndght. Praley was arrested about 6:30 8~turday evening ,an U. S. Route 340 near Ha,ll~town by Cor~po,ral I. P. l~i'chardson and Trooper A. J. Wade of the Charles Town State Police. He was driving a 1949 Ply ~aouth and his w,ife who was wi,th him at t'he time was also charged v~l:th being drunk. She also plead ed not guilty to the charge and was se,'at to jail in default of a $50 bond. The couple will be given a 'rial later, i~ was stated. Harpers Ferry From Pate One O'lttb at ehe an,tAque show. There ~:11 be special sGands to handle food and drinks set up c,n the ~~orer College grounds, at the Cb~vn park, a t~he BolDfar Math- odist Church and at the Harpers Perry Pire Hall, all four days of ship series got underway Sunday on the Baker V A. Center dla- Charles Rollins Has mond with the Bakerton team win Two Watering Troughs sing an 11-10 slugfest from the Berkeley Place Yanks in t,he series Installed on Farm ~he observance. [ There will also be free parking opener. This Sunday the series actie,n Charles S. Rollins has recently on the school grounds, on the will shift to ,tJhe Bakerton diamond made use of the Eastern Panhan- t}torer College Grounds and in the and since it is only a tha'ee game die Soil Conservation district's wa ,Na~t~onal Monumen~t area. playoff the Bakerton team could tering trough forms. Two troughs ed branoh. Class V Any other periennial not l~sted. Class VI Any other annual not listed. Artistic Di~ison: Class VII-18t~h Ce,ntury Drawing P~aom. Arrangement in early Gad rglan manner. C/ass VIII4Musi:c Room. An ar- rangement suitable for a white man,tel. Class IX-Calon~al Dining Room. A colonial design reflecting the Wilii,amsburg period for a buffet din.her. Ol~ass X-S~udy Room. A com- po~tAon sui~table fo ra man's study Cla.,ss ~I- t~R, chen. Com,posi~tion ~to be disp.layed on a red formica counter. Bakerton Wins 11.10. $1ugfest To Take Lead in Tri-County Series Although football has taken {he spotlight on Priday and Saturday in this section, baseball is still in t~he section's sports picture on Su,n day as the Tri-County champion- man L. Fraley Fined Beulah Sunday School Sunday, October llth. To formally open the Priday ~program there will be a His~oria,ns iunOaeon in honor o,f Mr. Bayd Stuler of Charleston, W. Vs., no- ~d historian on West Virginia and un au.thority on John Brrown. The luncheon win be served a~t the ~ll~p House in Harpers Perry at h2:30 p. m. Guest speakers will be Se,nator Jennings Randolph of West Vir- *~r~ia and J. E. B. S~uart, grandson of the J. E. B. ~tuart of Civil War: a~ane Who assisted in the capture of John Brown in 1859. Pollowing the speakers will be Panel discussion on John Brow~ led by Boyd ~tu,tler, Invi:ted to par t~l.l~te are Charles Snell, H~istor- ~lan at Harpers Perry Na~onal J~onumen:t, Dr. Murray Nell,igan, Or. Herbert K ~ahaler and Dr. WaN ~ter COleman, a member of the ~lvil War Centennial Coanmtssion, M1 of ~hom are with t'he National Park Se~hvice. Mr. Lee Bu~hong Cram Charles To~n. Wes Virgima Will act as modera,tor. Historian Herbert Kissl:ing, also ~ith the Harpers Perry National ~Ionument, will deliver a short ~a;lk on t;he recen~t archeologlcal exc~va,tions ~f the Arsenal Site, edge target of the John Brown ra~d. Wl~h Priday being dedicated as ~ist.o~,an's Day, with Mr. Lee Bttsrhong as c~hairma,u, most of t'he ,proceedings wlll deal with revdew- lag the history of the county a~ad .Harpers Perry. Included on the ~rogram will be a concert by thb $hepherd College Band, an ad- dress by U. S. Senator Jenn~ngs l~ndo~uh, a fas,hion sh~w featur- |rig o~d4~ime costumes and the judging for the beard g,rowing con ~tes~t. Governor's Day Saturday will be Governor's Day .wlgh a luncheon at 12 noon at Hill Cop Hotel. A~terwards will c,~me the re-enavtmen,t o,f the taking of t)he Port and J~n Brown by l~orney's Ba'~tal~ca, U. S. M. C.. Beulah Sunday School will be held Sunday, October ii at 2 p. m. The key. Carlyle McDonald will conduct worship and preach at Beulah at 3 p. m. EveryOne is cor [d~a.lly invited to attend these ser- vices. ----- __ ~ _ GLEANERS CLAS___S_S TO MEET The Gleaners Sunday School Class of the Method~stt,] Church will ~meet hn the new educgAtonal Build ing, Tuesday night, Octaber 13 at 7:30. Please be present. TAX BILLS MAILED OUT The sheriff's office in Charles Town has mailed out bills for prop erty and personal taxes for this fiscal year. The fi,rst half of the tax bills are payable on or before Novem- ber 1. If paid by Novmeber 1 a 2Vz per can,t d~oun~t win be al- lowed. The fi,nal hMf of the personal and propeff~y tax bill will become due May 1. wrap up the championship with have been installed to provide a victory, water for fields baling re~red to In last Sunday's game Berkeley pasture. Place wen,t ~nto an early lead wl'th. Mr. Rollins plans to gradually l~hree runs in the first frame. And place his entire faran in grass, to after five inni,.ngs of play wit:h be used for hay or pas%ure. As both teams show~ng more hitting each field is seeded down a trough power than pitching, the Yanks will be installed to provide water held a 10-6 lead. as an aid to better pasture man- In the sevenCh Bakerton put to agemen. gather three walks, a sacrifice and tl)ree timely hits to take an 11-10 lead and hold on to the end. J. Kldwiler started for Baker- ton, bu,t :had 'to be relieved by By Mrs. Pauline OCt Wayne J, amis n Who held the Ber keley Place scoreless,~,~ in the las'~ ~Irs. Yola Ot.t and family o$ three frames. Jim Paltrier, Berkel- Charlottes~lle, Vs. were Sunday ey Place starter, was relieved by evening ca.}lers of :Mr. and Mrs. Junior VamMetre in the seventh Guilford Turner and family. and he had trouble finding the Church, Vs. announce ~he birth o{ )lute. ~Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Obt of 'l~alls 2~he boxscore: ",Edward Allen" on O~tober 4. Mr. Baker~on AB R II Ot.t is a son of aMr. Harry E. OCt. D. Dopson ............. 3 20 Mrs. Esther Odes ,and sons Guy Anders .................3 2 1 and Prankie of ~akerton were G. Jamison ............ 4 2 1 Sunday dinner guests of her roo- K. Kldwiler ............ 4 1 2 Char-in-law ,Mrs. Nellie Odes and ............. C. Kidwiler ............ 3 0 1 family. Hough ................. Mills .................. 5 ~ 19 tMr. and `Mrs. ,Merle Odes and L I B 'B Y sons and Mrs. `Mary Cline were K. Walker .............. Dopson ................ 311 ~ Sa~,urday evening visitors of Mr. anti Mrs. Bob Webb 'and faim,iiy FRUIT COCKTAIL - 3 large No. 3Y2 cans $1.00 J. Kidwller ............ W. Jamison ............ ~ ~ 1 at l~ans~.n. tMr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and Grim .................. O 0 0 filmily of Poanson 'were recent call L I B B Y ---- ers of `Mr. and Mrs. Seal and fazn- tals lo 1lily PINEAPPLE JUICE Berkeley Pla~e .~B g H 'Mr. and ~Mrs. Glenn Biggs of " 0 0 Leesburg, Va. were visitors ~f the 2 2 la~ers paren,ts ~VIr. and ~Irs. ~or- 2 2 rest Hoctler and family on Sun- L I B 'B Y 0 0 day. ~: 'Mrs. Pearl Rutherford and Mr. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE - Nev~n Shaeffer of Ranson and Mr. J. Gray ................ 4 Emmons .............. 5 M~sc,n ................ 4 Loudan ................ 0 "Peltner ................ 3 Stuckey ................ 5 Everhart ............... 4 P. Gray ............... 4 Lleklider ............... 0 Var~etre .............. 4 Ellis ................... 4 Totals .............. 37 10 10 visitors of :Mrs. T. D. Ott. t ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Prank Rut~h and L I B BY , JI al~llll u'r-:-""orwar' ,daughter Cheryl and son Frankte lot Md. were Sunday visi,tors of the TOMATO JUICE 5 46oz. cans $1.00 lathers grand-mOther ,Mrs. Etla " " N, S, S. A. Officers~ courtesy of the U. S. M~arine Corps. tl0memkers,,,,~Uee"n- c]:ine and ,fa~,her Mr. Earnest Cline Sunday wiN ,be Homecoming , `Mrs. Dorot~hy Cruthis of McLean Day and t~e day when .the real "Va. was Saturday evening visitor L I B B Y sham bat~tles depioting occurren- The Straightforward Homemak- o4 her parents ~Vir..and Mrs. J. ees of t'he d~ys of the Civil W~r,ers, of I~l~elds met in the home I-Ie..ry Penwell. GARDEN rrA '"" . . . "Z"'t/-0z. cans ~lll take place, of Mrs Ella Harris Friday eve,sing Seaman Dona'ld T. Odes, station The complete schedule (rf the .at 7:30. The lesson 'Pun at Club ed at Norfolk, Vs. spent last week a~lvibles of the four days of the ,Meeting" was led by `Mrs. Bertie end with his ~ife Mrs. Esther / 0 .00 ,and 'Mrs. George Cox .were Sund,ay isltors o{ Mr. and ms. J Hen:y L I B B Y 0 0 Penwell. 12 Mr. and ~Mrs. Robert Nicewarner andMrs. ,Myrtle Wil,t and son Ster DEEP BROWN BEANS - 4 large No: cans $1.00 ling of Charles Town were Sunday 4 46 z. cans $1.00 - 4 No. 2 cans $1.00 Ill It lll It il i LIBBY GOLDEN CORN LIBBY VIENNA SAUSAGE - - 6 17-oz. cans $1.00 5 4-0z. cans $1.00 CRISCO.-New Lower Prke--5c Off. 3-lb. can 78c FLbTFO--New Lower Price--8c Off- 3-lb. can 73c FAMOUS F. F. V. SALTINES . pkg. 19c SNIDER'S CATSUP. Fam!ly size20-oz bottle 25c BOSCUL COFFEE--5c Off . . can 72c CARNATION INSTANT MILK - . 14-qt. pkg. 99c BLUE BONNET MARGABINE--2c Off - 2.1bs. 49c JIF PEANUT BUTTER--IOc Off 18-oz. jar 49c Henry Conway Chester Curry .le~a~ l~r,,,~,~ l'l|~tt |rt observance is carried separately John Brown Luther Davis IveryI ~t.~ ~u~ ax~,a ~, 'in this issue of th .... ' - :::" . "~ e newspaper, l~'ancner, tsnannon tJoens, "lnomas T-wn Hosnital --- ~ Harris Gladys Lee Daniel Hester __-_ han:n,ln:h ~=ea,~n ances Kemp, Ua:thamel Lane, ..... I ~ ~..,,u,t~vu,, ~uiu~.u Thomas Mason Henry Narpper Ha James Jones luegro men in meI el ..... " .... "" ;~" ~" ' ' s z tdneKett Thomas Stewart ,&l Charles Town General Ho.'p~tal [ ~, . it#*,.., .... ' ~ "- . - ' short orlogeYoung an(1_lVllSS Margle Tuesday night following a " UUD Will .., " l nave Canty Guest attending the meet- uness l " " Puneral services will be held at -- ing were Messrs Phyllis Young and " " 1 V~rg]ma Allen Mesdames Stephen the Melv,n T Str, der Coloma t Flower Show Oct. 1A - ..~ .... 3^ ~ -It Green George Mitchell Isabel :b~neral Home r'rioay at to: o a.I ,,_1 M ers' S lv n S ri s a'" " z ' r s Job Y , y a p gg no Ma "y m wd, h the Rev Cha le n ~.~k 2, ~* ~,~( ......~ "~"u"c~a: t-'v~embers of :the Shenandoa'h Taylor. Homemakers and guests l %~,, v, .~,. ~,~::~,2, "~'&-. : t~araen Cluo will have a place- were accompanied by Mrs Victor- ~narles Town omcla~ang Dur~a~ meat flower show entiVl-d .......... " " , .... ~ . ' .... ".. ~ : e "~'a~.z~= ia (.~. uoe,ns ~'lub Agen~ ior Jen WIll De made In l",&Irvlew L;eme 1 w~ ' " ions in Plower Arr:angemen~ for ~erson, Berl::etey and Morgan S _WHITE ALWAYS ', IT' 'S : I DS . " l eyWeaver'sLet~e!:s ,~rom Mamma ~CahrTsar~t~hemums: A. i~'xhdl~ion Owens, pastor of the St. John's Alwa ) FRI i1~ I~ t)tm /,~rquevr, e ~IIX rials anct no ~' ; _ ' .... |B. Double, C. Single D PompoJ-~ Lutheran Church in Hagers~own. ~e s ys arki : !o Wait i )f ~reakfast Honor Tracy ~lacK ' ' ' , ; /E Colleet,io,. ' ' They wen,t to Atlantic Ci,ty N. ,~ Tide George Harmon Co e Gy ' ' . "[ Class II Roses' A Hybrid T-~ J' where Mr. Musser was engaged -the Time. Your : ; a',: Car@ harge. ~BSY Gypsy Rose Lee' Day Before ........ i ws er rk but r r '. ..... ' - ,., I Red, P:,nk ,and W'h,ite Yeblow ,n ne .,pap wo : eu ned to ~tes~eraay mrs ~,neoaoze ~oose , ' " " IBlend ]~icolor and Peace B PI--.2 She.pherd~town in 1906 and es~ao vel: Jr.; I Knew a Phoenix. May [ibunda" C Grand, flora" E) Ciiml~ lixhed The Independent, Whi(~h he ~ton. [er .... has conducted in t~he intervening PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. ~l~tDg People's Dept. I Cla~s IYT ~fio~-i~r,alrle. A "r'~ll ]:~ years. He is a member of the 50- ..'.~e Clue in the Ivy, Carolyn'Dwar,~~ C'~Co~l~e~on~' ............ Year-Club of West Virginia Press ~eene; The Hooded Hawk My- Class 'IV ~hrubs' and .~ma~,~ Associa:tion and today is regarded ~r,~, Fra.nkl.,~ W, D~ ,on. Trees" A Berried Branch Fruit as the oldest active newsparper edi- tor in the state. f~mily. Mrs. Esther Odes and sons a~d Frankie of Baltimore, Lettie OCt and grandson Tarman and Mr. Harvey were Sunday callers of ~Mr. Mrs. tester Mr. and Mrs. Mack Chancy daug,hter Mary Ellen and son hie of :the Bloomery were day evening cal/ers of the mother Mrs. Lettie OCt and fa~=_ ....... ily.