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October 29, 1959

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GOING ON IN . . . RANSON Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX ,Mr. and Mrs. Arthor Viands Mrs. Ethel Ramey and dau- ]ter Sarah were shoppers in Win on Monday. Mrs. Howard Ashwood was a afternoon visi~tor with T Breede~u after being avis :at the Hospital wiVh a friend. Recen, t guest at the home of Arthur Webb and family were and Mrs. Robert Woods of Md. and Mr. Ernest of Bal.timore, Md. JMr. Arthur Webb accompanied his uncle Mr. Ernest Webb mo- )red across She Skyline Drive ~unday. Mr. Ernest Webb who Years old said it was the beautiful trip o,f his life; he it very much. Recent visitors with Mrs. Elsa were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. L. Nola,ud Went- rth and Mrs. Laura L. High. Wa~lter Glaize of Ranson the weekend in Bolivar with er cousin Mrs. Lillian Butler, ~VIr. and Mrs. Richard Carper recent visitors with Mr. and Eddie Levi in Berryville, Va. Sally Lemon and daughter Lemon of Washingto,.n, D. were recent weskend guests of William *McDowell. Carl Hinton 'who makes his on third avenue has ,been our sick list for the past week more. He has had the doctor him several times. We sure him a speedy recovery. Rickie Carper has now re back to his school after out for several days with the Sam Darr is on our Ranson She is at the home of her Mrs. ,Martin Glaize. Cardette Club will hold a 'Party on Saturday at their club room on fourth giving prizes, then after- ~hey will go into dancing as This will take place ~t 8:00. Mr. Arthur We~b with daughter Elizabeth and son David width Mrs. John Good of Charles Town, Mr. and iMrs. Marvin Waters and son accompanied by Mr. Er,.nes,t Webb, ,motored to BaR&more, Md. on Sun !day. Mr. Ernest Wel~b returned !to his home after spending the past two weeks with Mr. Arthur Webb and family. We all know it time for "trick or treat" so if any little child knocks on your door and has a liti tle box to collect money for the, needy children lets not tur~ him: zuway broken hearted. Gdve to t'hem even if ,i.ts only one penney You would be surprised what that one penney means to them over seas. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Rev. and 'Mrs. Arthur were the Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beabm and son, David at Takoma Park, "Md. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Ted Bush and family of Wilmingt(xn, Delaware were weekend visitors of the lat- ters parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Painter and family. Mrs. IMae Anderson and Mr. Buddy Penwell of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. John Penwell and Mrs. Rosebud Cox were Sunday di,nner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Penwell. Mr, and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daughter Kay and son Don of Ranson were recent visitors of t'he latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mr. and IMrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were Stmday visi,tors of Vhe latters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. Mr. and 'Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Brunswick, Md. were ,/ East Washington Street Telephone 71 Charles Town, W. Va. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.illard Ot~ and .daughters Janie and Cathy. ~Mrs. V~ole~ Pulse of' ~iddleway was the :Sunday visitor fff ~VIr. and Mrs. Lester Jenkins and family. Mr. and ,Mrs. Guilford Turner and family and Mr. Edward Turn- er enjoyed a ride over the Skyline Drive on Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Jenkins gave a Stork Shower in honor o,f her daughter Mrs. Jo Ann Via~nds on, Tuesday night. Those atte~nding were "Mrs. Viola ShUffler of Ran- son, Mrs. Anna "Mae Dennlson of the Power Plant, ~irs. Cora Wiley Mrs. Ruby Ott, ,Mrs. P~dney Jenk ins, Mrs. Barbara Pen,well and Mrs. Jo Ann Penwell and Mr. and ~VIrs. Kenneth Jenkins. Mrs. Esther Oden and sons, Guy and Frankie of Bakerton were the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. .Mr. and Mrs. George Ports and daughters, Joyce A,nn and Shelia Darlene of Palls Church, Va. were Sunday visitors of 'the latters pa- rents IMr. and "Mrs. Henry Pen- well. :Mr. and ,Mrs. Theodore Viands and daughter of Ranson were re- cen, t visi~tors of their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W'hite and daughter. ~ev. a,nd Mrs. Arthur Beal~n were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beahm and son, Nicky at ,Hyattsville, Maryland. : ,Mrs. Esther Oden and sons, Guy and Frankie of Bakerton were :Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. ~vlr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family moved from a house belonging to ,Mr. Frank Hardy to a house in Charles Town, hd[r. Gilbert Deener ef Bruns- wick, ,Md. was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daugh,ter Dianne. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Eddie Oft and son of ,Falls :Church, Va. and Mr. Johnny Ott and girl friend Bar- bara of Vienna, Va. were Sunday visitors of Mrs. T. D. Ott and Mr. Harry E. Ott. The girls far outnumber the boys i,.u the s~rk's deliveries at ~he Charles Town General Hospital during ~he period of Oct. 21-27 wi~h seven of the ~en births being girls. Three binths occurred a{ the hos pi~tal Thursday, Oct. 22, a son, Harold Timothy being born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Higgs, Har- pers Ferry; a daughter, Edith Ly- nn, ,born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer G. Demory, Lovettsville, Va.; and a daughter Ka,thleen Virg.inia, born to Mr. and ~V/rs. Sam Cook 'Charles Town. On Sa~turday, Oct. 24 a daugh- ter, Joy Lee was born to ~VIr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Cox Charles Town and a son James Strider was born the same day to Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Glenn of Charles Town, Sunday, Oct. 25 a daughter i l-honda Kay, was born to Mr. and Mrs. l~bert W. '~wope of Shep- herdstow~; a daugh, ter Elizabetah Amelia, was born the saxne day ~o ,Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Weisen- burg, KearneysviHe; a daughter Sheryl Lynn; was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gaff L. Reeder, Boonsboro, Md.; and a son Daniel Francis was born o :Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Seal of Shenandoah Junotic~u. Monday, Oct. 26 a daughter Ter esa Ann was born to Mr. and Mrs. ,l:~Iilli'P W. ,:Hough, Ranson. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were: Paul E. Hen- derson and Mrs. Maxy E. Seal, Shenandoah Jan,orion; Mrs. Viola M. Koogle, Joh~ V. Russell, Bruns wi~k, iMd.; little Gerald D. Holler, and little Mary Ellen Holler, of Bakerton; ~Mrs. Evelyn B. Broy, Ri,ppon; Russell Lee Tri~apoe, Knoxville, Md. and little William F. Lancaster, 3rd Ranson. ~Medical patients were: Mrs. Em ma Lange, Winchester, Va.; Mrs. Evelyn Lee Howard, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Margaret Ann Stunkle, l~,nson; Mr. ~Ylerle S. Mar~in, Ra.n son; Mr. Fausto Rivena, Mr. Leeds K. Riely, Mr. Joseph E. French, Mr. James Ernest Watson, Mr. Ra{ p~ Biamonte and JOlts. Anise Kel- ley all of Charles Town; Mrs. Dor is K. Giffin, B~by Thomas M. Mob ley, Ha~pers Ferry No. 2; Miss El- izabefih G. W~tson Halltown;; Mr. Thomas W. Gray, HaRto~n; Mr. Lester Ellsworth Jones, Bakerton; Mr. Dean "M. Rathbun, RockviHe, Md.; Mr. Donald Barkley, Wood- bridge, Va. Out pa.tie~.'~ts were Mary K~idwH or, Harpers Ferry; Fausto Riveria, Ranson; Beverly Peer, Harpers Ferry; Joseph French, Charles Town; Samuel Fergerson, Harpers Ferry; Lester Jones, Bakerton; ~attie J. Magaha, Ranson; Brusia Walker, Ranson; Pamela J. Mun- roe, Ranson; Thomas Longerbeam Shenandoah Junetio~n; James Mit chell, Harpers Ferry; Richard E. Ford, Ranson; .Mary DiMow, Har- pers Ferry; Edward Turner Har- pers Ferry. President denies using veto pow er l~gl~tly. ~ena~e group b~cks bill on cam migt~s. USE CLASSIFIED ADS By Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and '~VIrs. T. E. Lake spent several days ~he pas~t week width Vhe latters brot/her ~Mr. Joe Gor- don ~n Edmburg, Va. Mr. William Kohme of Butte, 'Montana is visiting with ,his daughter and son-in-law ,Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. This is 'Mr. Kohme's first trip back from 'Montana since he moved there si.xteen years ago. Mr. and ,Mrs. James IAlla and sons Jay and Vince ,Rebecca Lilla and Mrs. Lula Ranalli were the Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr. and ~Mrs. Edwin Pope of Bolivar. IMr. and Mrs. Dayton See of Pare Pww visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryman on Sunday. Mrs. William Hough Jr. and son Randy of Bakerton visited Mr. and Mrs. Hursell Caniford on Tuesday afternoon. ~Ir. and Mrs. H. F. Kohne of Covington, Va. a~nd Mr. and (Mrs. ,Howard Kohne and daughters Nancy and Christy of Harrison- ,'burg, Va. were recent Sunday guest of IMr. and Mrs. J. T. Longer ~beam and family. ~Mr. and 'Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Freddie Lee o~ Lovetts-~ ville, Va. were guests o$ Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire a~'~d son Glen on Sunday evening. Miss Eunice MyerS of Winches- ter, Va. spent Che weekend with[ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred' T"'~RSD'Y,~I n~ ,~"'" OCTOBER 29, 1959 5--A Myers. Re:ba .Lee Ryman of S~henan- doah Junction recently spent the weekend with her gra~'~dparents Mr. and ,Mrs. Edward Ryman. Gpl. Gary Johnson of Cazn,p Le Jeune, N. C. and Mrs. Johnson of K~bletown spent the weekend with Mr .and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Sunday Services For Pentecostal Church In Shepherdstown The Rev. ~Vl. G. Myers, announ- ced 2~esday the following sched- ule of services ~or the Shepherds- town Pentecosta~ Church: Sunday evening Y. P. E. Service 7:30 p. m. Sunday evening ,Evangelistic Ser- vice 8:00 p. m. Thursday evening, Devotional Service 7:30 p. m. M. G. Myers, Pastor. JR. WOMENr TO AWARD BEDROOM SUITE, LAMP Members ~f the Charles Town Junior Woman's Club will give away Saturday, Dec. 19 a,t Swim- ley's Pur~i~ure store a three-piece modern bedroom suite with white and pionite .plastic top; and a lamp. Tickets are now being sold in connection with the project at 25 cents each or five for $1. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE I llll II who has served Jefferson Countians Faithfull) Over the Past Twenty-Three Years. FOR Emergencies, (( nsohdate Old Bills, Car Repairs, Winter Clothes, Winter Fuel. LOAN'S .... $25.00 to $300.00 For Extra Fast Service, Phone First. Then on Approval Come Right IN--Your Money Will Be Ready ! -- T H E -- Phone 480 Charles Town, W. Va. "Courteou,s and Efficient Se :vice" Does Almost Everybody-Every Day at the .. I I I CO., .Ranson, W. Va. I III FRESH C lb. *c F R E S H END CUT ANDING $200 FOOD SPOILAGE WARRANTY! i:ii:.i 2 Frozen Food Package or Juice Can Dispensers ii::i::::i 3 Convenience Baskets 2 Removable Chest Dividers Interior Light t Counter-balanced Lid ,e Key Lock 5'Year Freezing] System Warranty PL 17 Charles Town, W. Va. FANCY hds. C SEEDLESS U! (80 size) for c MAINE NO. 1 lb. BAG lb. BAG TOMATOES, LETTUCE, CELERY, CUCUMBERS. :PEPPERS. KALE, TURNIPS. BRU$SEL SPROUTS, ORANGES, LEMONS BANANAS, PEARS, AVOCADOES, FRESH CRANBERRIES, ETC. PHONE 664 .... CASH AND DELIVERY --- (with case $ BOTTLES) PUMPKIN- MINCE MANY OTHER KINDS or, in...tke Boxes for for POLAR for POLAR for Ill II I II Ill RANSON, W. VA.