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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARMZRS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1959 5---A By Mrs. Roy Breeden , Telephone 256-JX Mr. Nev~n Shaffer and Mrs. Pearle Rutherford spen~t a few days in ,~lbany, N Y. last week taking Frank Jackson back to his home there after being called here by the il,lness of his farther Mr. Bob Jackson. Those spending the weeke,~d w.ith Mr. 'and Mrs. Tom Kemp ,were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfe and son Dennis and gran'ddaugh- ter Tonny, ~Mr. Warren Kemp !and two children Tocn,mie an'd ~Sharon an~[ Mr. and Mrs. l~oy %Voile all of Arlington, Va. Little Dabble Young is now back ~n school after bedn'g ot~t for a Week vci,th the measles. ,Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and ~oans phiRp and Wayne were Sun ~ay wsi%ors in Berryvil~le, Va. with ,~ar. and Mrs. Austin Sin'ghas and ~,amlly and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pearson and f ava,il,y and Mrs. Re- ,Decca Reedy and children. Mr. and Mrs. Howard /~s,hwood spent Wednesday wi,Ch Mrs. As~- WOod's brother Mr Minor W~ison ~fc Berryv~lle Va. 'On their way ~o.rae they stopped in Su~mni,t v~t to v~si~t Mr. J~mes Hardy and Mr. Paul Lee Hardy. ~.r. P~,lip Houg~h and Vincent OUgh v~s~,ted wilth Mrs. Howard Ashwood on Monday. hMr. and Mrs. Robert Barbe of x-~mberland Md s.pen, t Monday ~f~ternoon with ~/Ir and Mrs. Tom ~hem'p. While here" ~hey a~tended ae night ra'ces. On Sun'day Mr. and Mrs. Ash- wood spent ~he day wi~h %he Slush ors and Wi.ison's a,t Leetown. Mr. Howard Ash'wood returned Work ~t the PowhaVan Brass and Iron Works on October 12. He has been off work ain'ce August 29 .because of his health. 'Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Small,wood of near town visited with little Wayne Breed&n on Monday night ,who is out of school because of the measles. Tuesday morning visitor wi~h ~Mrs. Howard Ashwood was Mrs. Mandy A'lger. Wayne Stuckey of Kearneys- viTle yeas a caller wi,t~ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp on S~burday ni~t~t. T/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Webb .and sons of Southiawn, Md. spen~ ~the first week in Oct. width Mr. Ar ,thur Webb and family, l_~awing c~n ,Sunday and leading so~th to visit w~,th rriends and relatives in S. C. Fla.~, an'd Ga. ~Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woods of Carr~llton, Md. and Mrs O W. !Higgs of SHver Sprin'g, Md. and ]IMr. and Mrs. Dineen Welsh of ~ Bakevt(~n and Miss ~l~zabeth WOmb ~nd David Webb visited the W~terford, Va. Fair last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eli,~h Webb of Bal ~imore, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. ~iV~ar,v~n Waters and son of Pleas- ant Valley, Md. visi~ted w~i~th Mr. Arthur Webb and f,a~r~ily last Thursday. Mr. Et~nest Webb of Baltimore, IMfl. is visi~hing t~h~s week a~ the home of his nephew Mr. Arthur Webb and farml?. Mr. and Mrs. Elish Webb of Bal ~ti.more, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Waters a,nd son of Pl~a~an't V~l.iey, Md. and Miss E~liz~beth ~Web~ and DaVid Webb took a tour of fine ~baStlef4e]d in An~etam, Md. WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 143-J CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. . . - 10c Size .... 8 for $1.00 By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Henry McKee and daugh- ter Karia Kay ef Ranson, Mrs. Marshall MeAboy and s~n, Wayne i shopped in Wln c~hester, Va S~t- urday a.fternoon. ~Mrs. ',McKee :and daughter were also overnight gues%,s of her parents ~Mr. and Mrs. McAboy. ,Mrs. Bill ~Bowers and son Ste- .phen of Charles Town spent Sun- day wi0h~ She format's sister Miss Elsie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Wi'Hiam Young a,nd grandson Joe Colder of Bal- ~more, ~Md. visited Sunday ,width Mr. 'and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mrs. Young rem~ned with %he Molars :for several days .this week. Sunday d~nner guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak were Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Bolivar, Mrs. Pl,orenue Pope of Harpers Ferry, :Mr. and ~Mrs. Frank Simons and son M~chael of Ranso,'~ and Mrs. Winerd Bowers. Stork Shower A surprise s,~ork shower .was giv en ~n honor of ~VIrs. Alec Costello Friday evening at.her home here, by t~he members of her Sunday School Class. The many useful and beau,tiful gif~ts were arran- ged in a bassinet, wi~h a large stork standing near Games were enjoyed prior ~to .the opeain'g o~ .the gi~ts. /~a,ter in the even,in.g, cake, punch, nuts and ~An,ts .were served Those presen'% ,for ,the occasion .were ~Vh-s. Harry Blackford of Bardane, Mrs. John Henry of Su~n mit Point, ~Irs. Floyd Mil,ton of ~Vh,l,lv~He, Mrs. John ~Y~i,llton and ~Mrs. ~Mavti,n Grimes of Charles Town, Mrs. Frank Simons o,f Ran- son, Mrs. Wil,li~m Hoak, Miss Dot o.thy ~3owers, ~VIrs. Donald Whit- tington, Mrs. Nathaniei Gray, Jr. and daughter, Jenni,fer, ,Mrs. James Watson, Mrs. Elmer Wrig.l~t ,Mrs. Ar.thur Chandler, ~Ylrs. ~V~ar- Sha~l Mc/~boy, [Mrs. El,wood Bow- ers, Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daugl~ter Sharon, Mrs. Earl Pea- chef and son,s CHfton, ,and Allen, Mrs. Na%h~aniel Gray, Sr., ~.rs. ,I~a vid Per~well and ,Mrs. W.inerd B~w ers of Ha'll~wn. Those unable ,to attend ,bu,t sen~ g~fts included, ~vIrs..Don'a:ld Frye, tVIrs. Joseph ~MH, ton, Mrs. Bill Bow ers, Mrs. WH~liam Trail, ~VIrs. El- mer Watson, 'Mrs. Alton Muse, Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. Ray Jam- ison, Mrs. ~rancis Whit,t~ngton, ~/Irs. Norman Rider, Wits. Ray- mond Parks, ~lVIiss Linda M~,lton, ~VIrs. ,Harry Evans, ,Mrs. Charles Gray, ~Wrs. Lester 'Moler and Mrs. Charles Ruble. ;Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Gray and dau~t~ters Carla and Donna were lunVheon guests Sunday of ~Virs. Verg~e Rum~barger and daughter Miss Betty Rum,target in Win- Chester, Va. and enroute home were visitors vi%h Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles Perry in BerryvilIe. ,Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and children o,f Bolivar and Mrs. Alton Muse were visitors ~unday evening with their mot~her Mrs. Winerd Bowers and sons Morning Worship Services .Rev. Dr. C. C. Cowse~t, Execut- ive Secretary of Win'chester ,Ires- byLery, will condu~t morning w'or- s~hl~p services S~t~flay at,~ the Hall- grown Presby~terian Church at 1:1: 00 A. M. The ~tudent Minister Mr. Gene Scud will fi'll %he ~ul~i,~ in the C~haries Town C~ureh. Mrs. Gentry ~Muse and son Huey Misses Anna SmiZh and ~3e~ty Casey ol Leesbur~, Va. and IMrs. Bertle LeFevre of Akron, Ohio were v~s~%ors Wednesday" evening a~ t~he home o~ ,Mr. and Mrs. A~t- on ,Muse and son. Mrs. Willi,a~n Cage and son of Brunswi'ck, IMd. ~is~ted ~,th ~Vtr. and Mrs. A'lec Costello on Tues- day. Mrs. Marsh,al~l MeAboy was ,a re- cent v~sitor wi,~h 'Mrs. Rose Com~- ney and Mrs. Eddie Aha~l,t in ~an son. ,Mr. and WIrs. ]~l~ner Wright, son Elmer Jr. and Mr. ~amuel Strick ler were v~sitors Sunday a,fter,noon w~,bh Mr. and Mrs. B~l,l ~Strickler and d aug~nters near ~erryvil~le, Va. !Mrs. 1~a~haniel Gray, Jr. and children Su~.anne and Irv~n'g .and ~lVIi~ Betty DH'low visited Mr. and (Mrs. Mar~n Grimes ,and ra,mi~y near Char~les Town Sunday uf,ter- ~qoon. Circle Meeting Eleven ,men, hers and four visi- tors were 9resent t4onday evening ~when ~the Presbyterian Circle met at ehe :home of Mrs. A,lec Costello. Mrs. Edwin Cleven'ger opened She mee%in'g with prayer The seere- ,~ary, ,Mrs. Mars'hall Mc,~boy read ,the minutes and had roll call. Sev eral announeeme,nts were made by the C~airman, Mrs. Na~haniel Gray Jr. The ~esson ~or this month, "The Dying Life" taken $~Dm I Peter 4:1-11 was reviewed ~by IMrs. ,Les- tar Moler. ~Mrs. Winerd Bowers closed the mee~in,g wi,t'h prayer. During ,the social hour, ~he hos- tess served deliciou~ refreshment, s. Only ~finree births occurred at ,fine Charles Town General Ho~pi,ta,I during thhe week of Oct. 7-14 and ~all were boys A son, Bruce &l~len, was born Wednesd,ay, Oct. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. ChaPles Edvrard Webb, Alex- andria, V,a. A son, Earl Edward, Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ke'l- ican of Charles Town on Oct. 10. On Oct. 13, ~ son Ed~vard How ard, was born to Mr. and Mrs. ,Harvey Wade AshcraA~ of Ch:arles Town. Surgical patients admii~ted to Vhe hospi,tal were: l~bert Flynn, Elkt~idge, Md.; Clarence L. Bran- son, Shepherdstown; Miss Edith ~M~ae Wel~ty, Ba,lltimore, Md.; ,Mrs. Doris Ann Hogg, m~as~er Joseph V. Cepelka, Clarence A. Cranord, qM~ss Sadie E. Howard and Miss Frances K. Barfield all of (~arles Town Medi~cal patients admitted were: Mm. Marion E. Ma~hone: Ran- son; Mr. James Jones, City; Mr. Bris'coe E. Walker, Harpers Ferry; iMr. James W. Pierson, Shenan- !'do~h Jun'~n; Mrs. Edna B. Mar shall, Baby Henry Morris, ,Mr. Don ald B. Eys~ter, City; Miss Sarah Brooks, Ransom Mr. Charles E. Ve~ter, Frederick, Md.; Mr. How- ard Flynn, Glen Bernie, Md. Mrs. ilV~ildred L. ~a,po~as, ~l~5onk~ton, Md.; Mrs. Cerel~a A. WPAte, M~ss ~Dia~ne Foster, Mrs. Nova N: Hind- ,man, Baby W~ite, Baby Howard ~orris, Mr. Os0ar Dar~in~.ton, City Mrs. Viola M. ~iffleVt, Ransom ~Vrs. Maybelle E. DUtrow, Mrs. !Margaret J. Brook~nan, Mrs. Ethel V. Perks, Ci~ty; Mr. Howard W. Shrsxier, Bruns~k, Md.; Mr. Ar- ,~ur D. Viands, Ranson; Mr. Cleon E. ElliO~t, Emmi:t~sburg, Md. :Mrs. Marie Wri~tt, City; Mr. Earl Pa~r~ter, Kearneysville; Miss Be~ty J. Shu,maker, Ha~pe~s Ferry. Ou:t-~l~hien~ts were: J~vmes W. Fleag,le, Ci:ty; (~harles N. Wilt, P~an'son; Paxnel~ J. Monroe, Ran'- so,n; Kay Bffhrrnan, Kearneysviile R(~ber~t Vlynn, E.Ikridge, Md.; Char los Vetter, Frederick, l~d.; How- ard Flynn, Glen Bernie; Mildred S~por~as, Monk~n; Diane Poster, Gilty; Cereiie A. White, Ci,ty; UI,ar ence Branson, Oi,ty; Joseph Cepe.1- ka, City; Clarence Cvawford, City; George L. Twym~n, Harpers Ferry Royden C Jones, Rans0n; Mar- jorie P. Weaver, Knoxville, M'd.; i~herry Gage,by, City; ~aymon'd i;DiHow, Harpers Ferry; Marjorie P. Weaver, Knoxv~,l]e, Md.; Donald Barkiey, Alexandria, Va. Women of 'Moose Hold iChapter Night Program Senior Regen~ M~s. Mature Lan- vaster a~ 8 o'clock. The Charter was dra1~ed in mere cry of Co-Worker, Mrs. Le~l~a Hay d~ed Septem, ber 24, 1959. Ag- ~er the enrollment ~f one new mer~ber Mrs. L,~y UnDer, ~he meeting .was turned over to Mrs. Bessie Ton~l~lin, proteming ~or Moosehear~ Ch~nn~n, Mrs. Em- m~ Lou TomM~n who was abser~t. Eac~ co-worker brough~ a gift for a ct'dld ~t Mooseheart for Christ- ~mas. All members that wish to a~- tend the Star Recorder Day Pro- gram in Brunsw,ivk Friday, Octo- ber 16 are asked to meet a the Moose Home by 6 o'clock. ,Mrs. l~yl,lis Propps, Junior Graduate Regen't vcho served her CA~'~pter IZtst year as SeniOr Re- ge~nt will go to WinChester, Va., Sunday, October 25 to receive her Green Beanie. The chapter agreed to have the annual Ha~*loween Party for c~hild ren up to 12 years of age at ~he Moose ~ome Thursday, October 29 from 7 to 9 o'Clvck. Two co- workers, Mm. Virginia Dorsey and tMrs. Ol~arloGte ~hiffle~t, ~having birthdays in October were pres- ented w~,Vh a gi,t. The rae~ing adjourned the (~aPter to meet again Tuesday, October. 27 for the regular busi- ness meeting. A~ter the meeting refreshme,n~ts o~ sandwiches, pota ,to c~ps, cake and coffee were served. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY IHagerstown Man Nabbed 1960 For 'Drunken Driving W.il4~am Jackson, Jr. of Hagers- ~wn. Md., was $dned $50 and costs spent 24 hours in the Jefferson County jail and had ~is driving privileges in West Virginia sus,pen deal when found guilty of ~ drunk en driving ~harge S~turd~y a~t a hearing before Justice ol t)he Pea- ge Merle ~A.ger. Jackson was ~appreCnended ,by Charles Town State Trooper Tom my Ward ~bout 1 p. m. Friday on U. S. Route 340. He ~as a.iso fin- ed for fmlure to h~ve an opera- tor's ,license. .' Local Student a Member Of Chapel Choir At The Mercersburg Academy John Peter Mas~er, son o.f Dr. and Mrs. D. C. l~aster, 615 S. Mil- dred Street, Charles Town is a member of fine,Chapel Choir a.t The Mereer~burg Academy, accord in,g to an announcement n~ade re- verily by George F Hamer, div- eotor of the organization. The Ch~ir personnel are chosen a~ter i~ryou~ts at the begk-lning of the i sohool year and the group assist- ~t all services in the school's chap el. Russian heart operation ~s de- .ribbed here. The 1960 Plymout~h, vrhich goes on disIiIay in dealer showroom.s O~t. 16, is ~he strongest, quietest fastest acce'lerating and most ec- onormcal operwti,ng car in Ply- mott~h's history l~t featmres uhi- fled body and frame structure and completely new styling. In Char- les Town the new Plymou,th wil~ ,be on d~splay at Wall's Service Sts, tion, local Plymouth dea~er on E. Liberty Street Harry E. 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