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(With Purchase of $5.00 or More) MONARCH EVAP. MILK - 6 tall cans 79e ESKO SHORTENING - - :l-lb. can 59c COCA COLA - . - 6 pack 30c (One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- Plus Deposit) (BRING YOUR COUPONS TO M. & K.) " SIqRIT OF IFFFERSON FARMERS XDVOCATE MRS. HARRY JENKINS, JR., AMONG NEW OFFICERS NAMED Mnss Janet M. Harrell .... , - ,= BY EASTERN DISTRICT W. VA. WOMAN'S CLUBS I Betrothed To Mr. Lloyd "-* ~-> : - h, .,, i. ;:.!. / .% .i ..... ? .... } I , ......... Mrs. Harrylenkms Jr. Named Chanrman, ct I [ Purri~s , aunt of Mrs ttouck ili!iii2!i~ :i!~,i?ii~i )ii:i)i) | ]~,Iartinsburg Friday nigh~t Sept. 25 tbeing planned for state juniors.~lSl ~~:~!!ii~ili [ : I to attend the annual convention} Miss Betty D'Aiuto extended tU~ag ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON j I of the Eastern District of t:he W. l invita.tion to the Eastern Dism~ ] [Va. Federation of Woman's Club[meeting in Petersburg, W. Va. ~ar I land Mrs. Harry Jenkins, Jr., Char October 17. 7~O1 Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. I [les Town, was elected dis,t,le~: Reports were heard from .res~.... chairman duri,ng the evening. The |dents of the three distric~ts, MI~ Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday I j n taton for the 1960 district Mrs. Edgar Smoot, Charles ToW~.. and Night Prices, t I oon,en io,. Mrs. Jo n oeke, augh. ] ] Mrs. Jenkins will be installed in tinsburg. I I IIII II I III IilIII I I ' I I [ ]her new office a,t the state conven- Mrs. Harry Jenkins, Jz'. of Ch~ i MEATS ,tio~tobehe]dinBeek]eyi,nMav.j]esTown, waseleeteddis~trJ~'~( ] ~ii: I The convention opened with t~e Chairman during the ~veninr[ SLrn I ~~: Iwelcome being ex~ended by Mrs. /be installed a the state eonvel1'.: ,., | ~~!i: [Clyde Sullivan of Martin~burg. It|on in Beckley, May 1960. Cha~ u~ ] ~:i [Mrs. George Linaweaver Berkeley lee Town then extended an inw~"~, : :" -. ":':2: ' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ' . ~[~ ~ J~i~!~ ]Springs gave the response to the ~tat]on for the 1960 district co .~ Pictured above are officers attending the 16th Annual Convention of the E~stern Distr|et of Junior [ ~;~: ..... J welcome and the ,revocation was l vention. ' ,i~z~{, ESSKAY'S GOVT. GRADED Division oftheWestVirgini. Federation ofWomaff~ Clubs Friday night, September 25, atBig Spring~, ~n,~a,~z~z,,n. zn,~z~.~ |given oy Mrs. ~aroner Pierce, pres| Guests introduced included r$,~., Dining Room in Martinsburg Seated left to right:--Mrs. James Searbo of Montgomery, state director I_ ~nnou~cemen~ ,was maa, e rues ]|de,at of.Mar,tinsburg Senior Worn /O. S. Bloom Charles Town, vzee~~----~" : ' . ' t.;narles rown o! the engagement . ' , assoemte state dsrector, and Mrs. HarryJenkins, Jr., CharlesTown, newly elected Distract Cheer-| .............. / After the t.lrkey droner, was ser- [Gardner Pierce, president of Mar::,~r**~ man. Standing:--Mrs. Clarence Long, District Secretary, Mrs.John Rockenbough, pres. of the |o[ ~er a aug'n~er: ~ane'~ M. herren/red, the group was ente]'tained by [tinsburg Woman's Club; Mrs. Cr~,,~, Mrs 0 S Blo m E s rn to Mr l,ussell l~lOyfl son oi Mr ]~,-- NONE BETTER At'" ANY PRICE? Martinsburg club; Mrs. Glen Dawson, pres. of th, BerkeleYrSpringssl Club: .,E " "" o , a te land_t--Mrs ,unrer='; " l~oyo': '-''oz xc~ppon'" .|Mrs. Bruce~ Eyler who sang "'Vil-, |rge Linaweaver. Berkeley SpringS[|._jatez, district vice-pres.; Miss Betty D'liuto, Eastern District p e. "dent and Mrs. .dgar Smoot, pres. of/."; _ . ,. _' .... , ~ /iM' from the "The Merry Widow" ]and Mrs. Clyde Sullivan, pas:t prea~ ,~ the Charles Town Club |~o aa~e rms oeen see mr um weo-/and "Baumbles, Bangles and tide,his; Mrs. Porter Smith, MlSS:i '~ ._Z" .......... ~ ................... L" .................... /ding. IBeads", from "K/smeV'. She was [Phyllis Mess|c, Romney WomanSi:" CENTER CUT r .... e ~,,.,~,,~,~ xro I .... /accompanied by Miss Ruth Sei-~Club; and Mrs. Carrye Barnhal4~:i,d .............. a,~' ........ I Jbert. |from the Martinsburg WomanS~id CHUCK ROAST - - - Ib. 49c, m ..t~'.,ll.| ~" Miss Susan Oregg Gibson haslE,e . ! e~e ,,e| . ..... . e_|__ ' ,Mrs. HowardDillowthenin,tro-,Club. ,~ ]~' r K ~ I| [1~ ][~ | ~ returned to her home on Sou.th I1~1~ I~IITII'I~ M IIJV Karnm~ litlflP Iduced Mrs. Lee Danfoz'd, associate ~ Plastic bags ~ontaining small~ m -,,,, am ~,# v , ra m, ~,~ Samuel SUeet after spending m'mu,,,~ m~mnu nu'~,m~ "lli~n~ ln~%~wvuuml~~p umwmm~a~, ~ er ' I J[ Jdirector. Mrs. Danford announced litems donated by MarUnsburg m i-Z ROUND STEAK - - - '0t?lL" m~AC some months with 'her nephewlkl.~ U~----L|----|.~'. .... .~||--'L ....L I,he state project for the year , chants were given as favors. I)oot!: , ~".,~,~.~'.~.~'~J~*~'-~ and niece Mr. and Mrs. Augustine [~r R~r[|~ In I PFFVVII|P IflnFrn Iwould be a combination of the In [prizes were awarded to Mrs. NoI'I iEr~ Mr nnrt Mr W C* 'T'hr~mn~nn Todd at their home in Clearwater Ira" -ue m.u~..-mvl/ ram, i-~..mj . .. v v .. ~mm Idus.trial School for Boys at Prunty ]Wilson, Mrs. Rol,fe Hayes Miss too an'cl"tw~'~n"'~"'~a"l ~'nd*"~Ii"~'a~c'i ~lorida. 1. ' [town and the West Virginia Train IRuth Seiber~ Mrs. Gardner Pieree~ ~uent a few days in Chica~o last Miss Elizabeth Taylor has re- j .~;:. ling School for Retarded C,h~]dren IMrs. Eyler, Mrs. Robert Turne ,' ( SIRLO!N STEAK - - - 79c .................................. ' ~',7,~"t. ,,,~ .... r~):t: h"s e,~-0"i]e,~ at turned to her home on l~lr.st Ave- I ~*:~ [at St. Mary's. She said 85,000.00 ) Mrs. Stephen Stinnett, Mrs. Harry *-- BRIGGS FRANKS-All Meat - lb. aa,c ,o, oChad as "er dinne, "uests ~ and Washington, D.C. |~ [state director Mrs. J.mes Sear'bro, IOlen Dawson, 1V~iss Fai.th Nb.ln.sotS ,k ~. . , .. ..~ " "_ . ~,~ ~,~ ~,~, ~,,,~.~ ~,~o [ . . ]who asked all clubs to put special land Mrs. Ray Brannon. ~:e CORKHILL FRANKS-Skinless lb. 47c ]7n~pmhal}scatlh~i2:~r Dge%AIEl~p~lend IleJhl~naJttr.en~igmgJr'1%~h: w~era'r' ~o ' -" ' " , - Sl~e-~laerdstown' s"ent Yuesda- ev I ~~~ IShe also asked t~ha,t clubs proclaim I Mrs. Edgar Smoet Mrs. Harry Jell I 1 Mrs. J. M. Lancaster ofRich- . w .::y ._ w ,: .. - %~ .. l ~~ INovember 22-29 as "Count Your }k,ins, Mrs. Archle 'Smi,th, Mrs. I~l ~-" mond, Va. is visiting her sister, emng w~m Mr. an~ Mrs. t;. ~'1 ~i!: IBlessings Week." She said all 56 [fe Hayes, Mrs. Garland Snyder,:L_] LEAN, TENDER ESSKAYS Mrs. E. E. Furr. l-~arsey. [ ~il I Junior Clubs i,n the sta,te have en-I,Mrs, l~,~bez't Turaer and Mrs. W~I- ~r Donald E Miller S Samuel St. n "~1 vacation fzom the A & p I ~#} l .... :~ , -*-~'[ ....... ........ ~n PORK CHOPS-Centers - - lb. 79c , Mrs. Charles Myers .is on her an ~i~; Itered the Communit" Achie"- /1--'~ x~-~- mn who has been serving in the U. S. ~. " " I Imen~ contest. ~ne aaaea r, na~ w. ~ ~ ~ ~: ~,r,,,. e~.,. +~,;: .~o~ ~ ............... ~'~"~. ~ I Va was rirst in the nation in pro-[ Former Cuban Air Force head h'~n'~'n~rn'~{v~'i~,,~lii.~z'~w t~.~"wV~ek Mrs. H. R. Phillips Holhdays-I Igress awards reemved a~t the 68th |admit~ted by U.S. , ~' l# kl/ U/%ll kl lb. An ___________LUI~UnuIM~ CHEESE - - -., ...... . ...... ,,. h,~ f.vni,~ burg Pa. and MIs. George Phil-I ,Ann.la Woman s| ~ ~"."."~ -'.'.'. .... ~ ::~ ........ :~"'"~" lips 'Alexandria Pa both sisters [ [Clubs in Los Ange/es California in | Argen,tine financial ewcles feat . 2: .. . ' ." , .', , of Mr. H. H. Hunter wetted over l I. a so .tated that a tour new ensis ~. ESSKAY'S CHOICE !oil Mr,,.l.neanaurenaras,,~vn's t~ ~aanmngspen~ me~mXmpas~ the' past weekend' at' the' ................................................................................ Hunter' * .......................... ...................................... _Ju'ae She l s ' ! ' -- weekend in Pittsburgh Pa. visit-~," .... : ~o~* r" ...... : ~tre~ ] / :~ , . .. . . lb. .,,.o . ............ Mr Don.aid Smallwood and Miss j [ T 0 W N n n 0 TT U FAL CHOPS ~][1]~OC 'ing friends and attending tlhe "'" ........... .............. .~::i}}|!i}i!~|ff:.i:): .... Gloria Smallwood 8pent the week .... :~?{~ : ;i~::}~,;(:..:;:~i~:~ il O, e,'s o, t.ei | THE RESTAURANT IN HARPER'S FERRY i. t,his past week have bee,n her son- .... t ,r P, I / Invites You to IHE CENTENNIAL OBSER% ANCE, ..... ~ _r~l....~ ,~ ......... ..%.:,:.:-r:+:: ;:~.: :.,: :::. : : : : : : :.:,:,: :.:.: : : :.:.., .'. ..,.... ~. m-law and daughter Mr and " ' '.,*:~:~:~:;:: :=~::":: :::*::* ......... :::.:~ ..... : : ............. ia .................. ~:~::~:::::~:' " " ?dr and Mrs Arnold Michael ....... OC3OBER 15 -- 18 1959 a , (FRESH (. .ROUND BEEF) ............ i,~m,, of Somersetand daughterNflldredofSparrowt [ ................. Mrs. James Neville Burnett-He.~- ' ..... :~;~;~:~ ' ' ' ]3 (Lesser Quantmes Shght]y Higher) ~Bermuda and her ctaugnter Mrs , "~ ::':: ~ :. , , ~. . " " , ................ ~ 7 -'-' " Point Md visited on *Mona,~- withI / stoner wm oe served t, en[enmal Nnghts at o'uu J" 'wim,r ~.it.. nf r)~vt~, ~hi~ Mrs. Michaels parents Mr. a,ad] | M., Standard ~llme, by Reservatmn, for those attend- 1~ [ Miss E,sie B. Murphy a," - "'" " I | ing The Prophet ---the Play about John Brown, h re Robert Smallwood , , PICNICS - - - - I. ! turned to her home on South Sam Mrs. Clarence Hobart and MrS. l / Tickets to.2hePro.met,, re vailablea, T oV ....... h~ J,2el Street afte~ soendin several James W Bartlett wlll return on -:::: , ~ ~'" " "" ~ "" *""'" . ' - - g ' ...... ......... House. :~% (Smoked -- Small -- Lea: ) weeks w~th Mr. and Mrs. RobertSatm'day to thelr homes on South / / " Eyster at theiz home in Well~ville Samuel Street horn a Cruise to[ / O-)en Dail f)~ S .......... ' ' " ' Bermuda " , / 1 y (" unaay :gnt tmHet ,N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Eyster accom- I I I I II Illl panied Miss Mllr!~hy home and are Mr. and Mrs. Lynn K. Forthmanl / Breakfast, Lunch $2.50 per person , :it FRESH 0YSIERS ----"--" spend.Yag several days with her be of Charleston. W. Va. are spending | | and Dinner Served at 6:00 P.M.,EST [. fore returning Lo New York. Lhis week with Mrs. Forthman's| / ...... ' , ~e ucsoDer ~ z , Johnny Deering who plays foot brother~in-law and sister Mr. and I | - " .. l]ll Illll II t [I Ii Illi [lli I'll I Ill ballfor the 'Arlington, Va, Tig- Mrs. John S. A'lfrtcad at their| /AL / I J l I| J I _ Illl I -" ere' made the first touchdown of home on Soath Samuel St. [ / .... :" I I llllI 'll I ' ~ i' the ,season for his team as the Ti~ MAss Kate V. Dooley spent the I | .-- , [ THE FINEST CHICKENS IN TOWN i / I I Mrs. Charles William Kaekley Charles Town U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" va; an~i formerly of Charles Town: liam Kackl~. " I Oharm and dioomi:ty rrrarked the cheval of, BerryviJle wore ~he| L ~ ~ .. A A A [ MI~. l:~US e 1 M er S . -P , -,_. ...... ~w ....~, ..... .... . " " h nor ~nvmw~ vine CHICKENS - - - - lb, 29c .... sl ill r iss. end.s r~,, .... o,,~ ~r,~ ~o,,~ ...... r]lovelyandimpressivecand~leligh:tlsame~ypearessanan~ersasffid|ceremony S~turday af, ternoon m the m~tzon of, o . h~ I~l~lArl, ~[~I ][ lng th~s week with her s~stel, Mz.. Ph~.ll~ppl W. Va. and Mrs. Virgil ].~ , ............. I ........................ s] n ! l ~"" ---'--- "" ..... S ....... Md ... -- ' ......... /Duncan NJ.emorr~l ~.el~llOt.llS~b i D~Sb lIl6tll L'9 ~IVI'L. I~UhlC~ wet.| ~] rm, ~ez,,nage~~uw., , aLraaer oI wmenester, va. werel,.~. .... ~.~ ..... o~=_ ,, .... ~.,.~,. .... }a,r. ~'-"~'"n''~ Kak,le" @f ArYna u ~t s f t %.~,II~IL~II D~ll.~'%'lll~ V~I~. Wl~ll.4k ull- l1J** ,Ik~,,%'lJl%~l ~ ,~ ~- ,~)-/ (Whole or Cut Up) _ M.r:darnnd M~rGes~llkD~r~ey and ~ieek:~d:rU~mO oM,:t~:i_iTrpeArls lited Miss Patz~ei~ carte," Miley, lton, Va. and the us~hers were: ~r. ~. I [,cnllCl'[ o, U,_ ;. , -: ,'~e ~ ' ,_ Id,augheer of Mz'. and .'Mrs, C. E. ,Lewrence Kael~ley, Mr. ~War'ren ua I~ } Fi~ESH RUTS A EGETABLES l;ne weeKencl WlLn lwr and Mzs Ferry l-',Ke , lead rI)on " ' [Miler ofBerryvil]e, and Mr. Char true, Mr. M'ke Ml, y n M . [ C. N. Dorsey. , ,,, ~ ~les William Kackley, son of Mr. [ald Royston. ] ~ ~ [ ? JvnTnvAy GRAPES - - - - 2 lbs. 29c ................ Pr ent M. ntal At [ Reverend "William l~aney: pastor,[theh groom's, mot~her wore pinto cym[ [~ / [ Mr. and Mrs. John Sk].nner and [before an .altar decorarted w~t biddums, .blue satin dress a,nd [ [] / | son Bobby spent the weekend in , ran* n r m ~ ~. ~m Jpalms and candles, centered with black ,accessm2eg~ I ~ / U. S. No. 1 "A" Size Morgantown visiting ,their son. Jr. ,fll fl 5CflOOI UCT, Z0 ]an a~Tangement of white giadiol- l~ol,lowin:g t)he ceremony a recepi [ JOhn who is a student at West i.as . V~rgm~a Umversity They attenaeo POTATOES - - 10 Ibs. 29c , . , [ ' tmn was.he:ld m t.he Fellowshap[ I1 / ' " ' ' =. . : ... The Senior Women's Club w.ilt1 1V[rs. Mildred B. Ke~ting, church I-|all of t~he Church for w'b..ich Mrs. ] [] l~ [ the Mountaineer r'resn~man-t'enn presen.t a musical October 26 a,t 8 organist played the t;radi'tionai pro Robert May was at the gues~t book [ [] n [ rLUflll/A"^"'" ORANGES - a" doz. eontesL. " ie" witth some o'f the finlst' m~ls-[Me"' also" "Because" .and '"l~l,e ~z:s. Lois Boy