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# t | ( ! 1 1 | 1 1 I 1 ( i I I ON THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Open Til Midnight Monday Thru Sat. Home of Low, Low, Low Everyday and Night Prices. I I NONE CENTER CUT lb. 49c . . . lb. 69c LEAN, TENDER ESSKAYS --lb. 79c -lb. 47c . lb. 49c ESSKAY'S CHOICE lb. 59c lb. 59c - - 3 tbs. (FRESH GROUND BEEF) (Lesser Quantities Slightly Higher) N . - - - Ib, 35c (Smoked -- Small -- Lean) )" I I I PERSONA S Mr. and Mrs. James Bryan and three children, Jimmie. Anne and Betsey of Philadelphia, Pa. arriv- ed last Friday for a visit with tMrs. Bryan's parents, Mr. and Mrs John S. Alfriend at their home on South Samuel Street. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan are vacationing in N. C. this week while the children are remaining wit:h their grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Riddle- berger of South Samuel s~treet spent the past weekend at Hamp- den Sydney, Va. visiting their son Raymond who is a student there. They also visited the Reverend and ,Mrs. Lloyd Arehart in Farm- ville, Va. .Misses Juliana and Beverley Tay lor of First Avenue have returned to their home after sperrding sev- eral days in Williamsburg, Va. and o,n the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Grant of Rid gewood, N. J. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer the past week- end. Also callers Sunday afternoon with his parents were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer and three sons and Mrs. Eula Wright of Silver Spring, Md. Mrs. Harry Jenkins and Mrs. Elizabeth Hintoa of Ranson spent the weekend with Mrs. Jenkins son Millard Jenkins and family in Georgetown, Delaware. ETNSN Robert Cash left yester- day (Wednesday) for New Lon- don, Conn. where he will undergo Submarine trai:ling after spending a 12 day's leave with his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. A. B .Cash following his graduation from the U. S. N. Naval School for Electronics Teeh nicians at Great Lakes, Ill. Mrs. Susan Compton, R. N. and daughter Susanne, Mrs. Paul Le- Dane and Mr. J. C. Fries all of Martinsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Kimes. ' Mr. Buddy Jacobs of Camden. N.J. spent Tuesday with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Jacobs, 2nd Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Stuck of C~harles Town were in Pitts- burgh, Pa. from Thursday until Satmxiay where Mr. Stuck attend- ed a District Meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy a,nd also the Deans of the Colleges of Phar- macy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Ramey of Jacksonville, Florida, a daughter Karen Lynn on Saturday Oct. 24. Mr. Ramey is the son of Mrs. Walter Ramey of Charles Town and Jacksonville, Florida. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weller .of Chicago, Illinois and 'Mrs. Elma Albright of Martinsburg, W. Va. visited with their uncle, Mr. J. Miss Janet A. Harris Becomq Bride Mr. Stanley Frye in Neersville Church Mrs. Stanley Clayton Frye St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Neersville, Va. was the scene of a lovely Fall wedding Saturday af- ter,noon, Oct. 17 aa 4 p. m. when Miss Janet Arbutes Harris, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. James Har- ris of Neersville, became .the bride of Mr. Stanley Clayton Frye, son o:f Mr. and ~Mrs. Marland Frye of Lovettsville, Va. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. William A. Wade, retired Lutheran~ pastor of Lovettsville and the Rev. Lawrence B. Will- iams. .Mrs. Wll:liamson, at the church organ, played the wedding mar- ches and she accompanied Mrs. Jerome DeMoro who sang "Oh Promise Me", "Because", "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Pray Marvin Kimes last Friday after- er." The church decorations were noon. palms, ferns, gladioli, chrysant~he- Mrs. Ethleen Crone of Sleepy mums and mares, all white with Creek spent the past weekend with lig~hted candles. Mrs. Abner Hockensmith and at- The bride, given in marriage by tended Ohe funeral of their aunt her father, was lovely in a gown Miss Lena McSherry who died very suddenly at her home in Har of floor length lace over taffeta, t long tight fitting sleeves, coming pers Ferry. ~,to a poin, t at her hand. A veil of il 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck[lu~ic~- fell from ~i crqwn of seed visited their aunt Mrs. Faanie[pearls. She carried a White orchid Jenney and her daughter and has on a white Bible with lillies of the OYS ERS- band Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobs, 2nd U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" CH N - - - (Whole or Cut Up) I II I lille - - 2 for 49c Ctn. -2 for 29c - 4 Ibs. 29c ICEBERG U. S. NO. 1 (CELLO BAG) I I I IIIII I avenue have returned to their home after spending a week in New Philadelphia, Ohio visiting friends i,n Pa. and also in Chester, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. John- ston and daughter Jennifer Kath- erine of Charlottesville, Vs. visited this past week with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Johnston on North Lawrence Street. :Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Keys and daughter of Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Frank Shugart and daughter of Richmond, Va. were weekend visitors a,t the home of Mrs. Perry Goode on Washington Court. Mrs. Rober6 R. Smith, Jr. at- tended parents day at Stuart Hall, Staunton, Vs. last Saturday as guest of her daughter Ruth Rogers Smith. She was accompanied by her daughter Mary Randolph Smith and son Robert R. Smith, 3rd. Ruth Rogers Smith accompaa led by Marilyn Sheffield who is also a student at Stuart Hall spent the weekend with her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. at their home "Silver Spring". Miss Frances Coleman spent the weekend visiting with Miss Hester Rowland at her home in Winches- ter, Vs. SPEND LESS AND GET MORE I valley. The matrca of honor, her sister Mrs. Garland Walker of Ranson wore rose chiffon over taffeta with a large satin bow in the back; The maid of honor, Miss Gloria Johnson, District Heights, Md. wore blue chiffon over taffeta with large satin bow in the back. The bridesmaids were Miss Jane Fletcher, Falls Church, Vs.; Miss Joyce Mentzer, Lovet~tsville, Vs.; Miss Dianne El}is, Arcola, Va,; and Miss Florence Fraak.lin, Ash- burn, Vs. The bridesmaids gowns were the same as ,the maid of hon- or wore, with matching head piece which fell from a band of net, (BRINt, YOUR COUPONS TO I I IIIIIII II I III II] I I CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE--New Size - 10-oz $1.33 JIFF PEANUT BUTTER 18-oz, jar 49c LUZIANNE COFFEE CANISTER 2/lbs. $1..2t MONARCH EVAP. MILK 6 tall cans 79c 7:: 0 COFFEE - - - l-lb. hag 5.5c NABISCO SALTINES 1-1b pkg. 25c GIBBS PORK & BEANS---2Vz can 2 for 39c VAN CAMP I )RK & BEANS---2Vz can - 2 for 47c CIIEF BOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS--30: can 4 for $1.00 DOMINO SUGAR - - - 5-1bs. 39c (With Groceries Order of $5.00 or More) GOLD RIBBON MARGARINE .- 2-lhs. 29c PILLSBURY BU'Iq'ER MILK BISCUIT - 2 for 25c M. & K.) IIII hill I]111 OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday i::i:i :i::!iiiii!!iiii!:]iiiiiii:iil;ili:]i!iii!i! (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! i;iiiiiii~i:! . ...... '5 !::ilC( ii!!i i i': i/ METIIODIST CHURCH TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The Charles Town Met'hodist Church will hold a ru,mmage sale Friday, Oct. 30 and S~turday, Oct. 31 from 9 a. m. until 4:30 p. m. a~t the City Building, formerly the old Select Baking Company room on Liberty street. CITIZEN'S AUXILIARY TO MEET NOV. 3 AT 7:45 Members of the Auxiliary of the Charles Town Citizen,s Fire Com- pany will meet. in their regular monthly sessions November 3 at 7:45 at the fire hall. II i ] I TOWNE HOUSE THE RESTAURANT 'IN HARPER'S FERRY INVITES YOU TO ROAST BEEF DINNER Every Wednesday and Saturday Evening $3.00 DINE BY THEOPEN FIRE SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET From 6 P. M.Until Closing $2.50 Per Person Appropriate Dishes for Private Parties A Specialty. Open Daily for Breakfast R.P. LEONARD, Lunch and Dinner Telephone 3351 ..... I _ ii Ill II I Prop UNDER FIRE An Experience in the Civil War By Annie P. Marmion An authentic narrative of happenings during the Civil War by one of the daughten4 of Dr. Nicholas Marmion who practiced medicine in Charles Town, then Virginia, from 1827 to 1829 with Dr. Samuel Johnson Creamer with whom he read medicine prior to finishing his medical course in Philadelphia after which he moved to Harper's Ferry, Virginia. ON SALE IN CHARLES TOWN BY: Mrs. McDonald at Smithson's News Stand. October 22- 2t. shoulder length and matching mitts. ~Miss Nancy Walker, niece of the bride, wore blue and pink taffeta wi,th satAn*and she Carried a bas- ket of pink and white roses, drol: )ing them as she came up the is- le. Jenny Walker, nephew of the bride was the ring. bearer and he carried the rings on a satin pillow wi,t~h satin bows. Best man to Mr. Frye was How- ard Frye of Lovettsville, Va.; a bro thor and the ushers were Mr. Rob err Lee Frye, Lovettsville; Mr. Be~ nard Lee Fleming, L9vettsville; Mr. Garland Walker, brother-in- law of the bride of Ranson; and 'Mr, Floyd Everhart of Neersville. The bride's mother wore a gowr. of powder blue lace over taffete and white accessories. She had a corsage of white roses. The groom's mother wore Navy blue crepe with blue accessories and she carried a corsage of w'hite roses. Fol,lowing the ceremony a recep- tion was held at `the church. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris. parents of the bride gave a buffet dinner for~ the ~bvidal party one Mrs. Howard :Mullen and Mrs. Eue e~ne Ridgeway gave a 'shower in honor of .the bride, gave a buffet dinner for the bridal party and Mrs. Hovcard Mullen and Mrs. Eu~, erie Ridgeway gave a shower in hQnor of, the. brlde.~ Many friendt add relatives attended, The bride, a graduate of Loud- Gun County (Va.) High School, i. employed wi@h the Federal Govern mont. The igmom is employed with his fat)her in LovetLsville. For travelling the bride wore a brown suit .with brown aceessories and a white orchid. The couple took a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls. N. Y. and parts of Canada. On returning `they will reside in an apartment in .Lovettsville. $ Attends Convention L. E. Se~lma~n, Sr., 'Manager of Vogel-Ri,tt-Termk']lx, has recent- ly returned from attending the convention of the National Pest Control Associa~tion at B[loxi, Miss issi~pi, The sessions began on Oct- ober 19 and ended on ,the 23rd. Vogel-Ritt-Temainix is the only member off the National orga.niza* ion in this area. Their local re- presentartive is Nicely Supply Co., 114 S. George Street. ~ellnmn, for, many years has been a member of the Wood De- stroying Organisms CommRtee. This Committee prepares specifl cations to ,be applied to termite treating for FHA and other or- ganizations. Mr. Roy Purr of Hagers~mn, Md. was a supper guest on Satur- day evening with his =mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Miss Mary Lynn Brown Selected For Fraternity Miss Mary Lynn Brown, Charles Town, a senior at Queens College. Charlotte, N. C. has been .;elec(ed for membership into Alpha Kap- pa Gamma, honorary leadez'ship fraternity for women. While at Queens Miss Brown has been a student leader and last year ser- red as vice-president of the Queens Christian Association. Miss Brown is the daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Max B. Brown of Charles Town. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 6--A THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, Senior High Fellowship Meets Sunday 9:45 a. m. The Senior High Fellowship of '.he Charles Town Presbyterian Church will meet ,next Sunday morning at 9::45 A. M. and again ~hat evening at 6:30 P. M. The current theme is "Your Faith and Your Relationship to Your Pa- rents." Last Sunday evening fifteen .~ ~enior highs enjoyed discussion of Miss Virginia erchant ~everal pare,hi-child problems in- eluding that of "going steady." :~Iighlighting Sunday morning's To Become Bride ov. 13 ,essian will be the "Confessions of a Parent." The aim of the ser- es of programs is to help senior Mr. Raymond Shrtver : ighs understand their parents' points of view and recognize that pare,his need to be loved, too. It is hoped that thi'ough Christ- inn growth, of both teen-agers and i:arents that teen-age-parent un- derstanding of each other may increase. "NIPPY", PERKS' BLACK COLLIE SUFFERS FATAL ACCIDENT WEDNESDAY "Nippy", the big black belonging to ,Mr. and Mrs. Perks on Jefferson Ave. met an accident Wednesday For some unknown reason py jumped thi'ough a storm cutting himself go badly bled ~o death. Nippy will be missed by that section, also the ones traveled Jefferson Ave. CLASSIFIED BEST RESULTS ing them when he would their car. WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN TO IIAVE LUNCltEON NOV. The Jefferson County Republican Club will meet 'home of Mrs. Manning C. Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 1 p. m. announced this week. The meeting will be openec a covered dish luncheon by a business session. All and friends and those who like to become members vi t ed. CLYDE F. DEAL, M. I). Announces the Opening of His Office for General I'ractice of Medicine at 206 West Liberty StreeL Charles Town, W. Va. Office Hours:--I to 3 and 6 to 8 P. M. Every Day Except Wednesdays and Sundays I)HONE:--765-W Charles Town MISS VIRGINIA MERCHANT Announcement was made this #eek that Miss Virginia Mer0hant laughter of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Oliver ~erchant of Halltown and Mr. Raymond Shrivel son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Shriver of Martins- burg, will be married Friday even- WEST WASHINGTON STREET ing, Nov, 13 in St. Thomas Lu- :heron Church in Ranson. The PHONE 1.13-J CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~eremony will be performed by ;he Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. Both Miss Mercharl~ and Mr. 3hriver are ,now studeffts a,t Shep ~ . lb. herd College and both are mem- ~ Sanborn '~ers of several organizations at :he college, They are expecting to reside for Egg ,timeinI~alltown. (GradeA) - - d( Ebersole-Robinson U.S. No. 1 Potatoes $1 Nuptials In Hagerstown Mr, and Mrs. Donal~l R. Robin- ~on of Ranson annou,nced this zeek the marriage of their daugh-, Donna Elizabeth to Mr. Guy Preston Ebersole, Jr., son of Mrs. 9uy Ebcrsale SE nod the late ~r. Ebersole of South Church St., .%aries Town. :.-Thewedding took place June 15 1959 in the Presb:t~'fl'kn Ctiapel in .qagerstown. Md. with the Rev. %ussell Butcher, pastor, officiat- ,rig. Infant Daughter of Kilmers Christened Mary Elizabeth Kilmer, infant :Jaugh~er off Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Kflmer, Charles Town, was ~hri~tened at the 11 a. m. Wor- Ship ser~/ce' of the Charles Town Methodist Church Sunday, Oct. 25 Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fteynol~s of Baltimore, Md. Following the service Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eyster, Charle~ Town ~erved a buffet dinner at their home. Presen.t were: Mrs. Ella G. :Hardy, great-grandmothe.r and Mr. and Mrs. C. Vernon Kihner. paternal grandparents from Mar- tinsburg. Miss Michna Honored At Bridal Shower ~Miss Phyllis Michna was hon- ored at a bridal shower given by Misses Peggy Atklns and Joan Sponseller, Wednesday evening, Oct. 21. Refreshments of sandwiches, pc taro c%ips, nuts, mlrtts, punch and cake were served. Table decora:~ons followed a col or scheme of w'hi,te and turquoise. The ,table was decorated with a white and turquoise shower um- ,bri,lla under which the gifts were placed. There was a punch bo~vl at either end and a large cake t, rimmed in white and turquoise. CHILDREN OF MISS OLLIE BLESSING'S KINDERGARTEN REMEMBER HOSPITAL Center Cut Pork Cho 1-LB. SAUSAGE (WILSONS) I-LB BACON (WILSONS) From a purr to a roar, smooth listening is yours at with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. temples for both men and women. Also latest for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 O Wethtetulay, October 21 was the annual Donation Day at Charles Town General Hospital and as customary one of the first groups Lo demonstrate their interest in and generosity towaxds the hos- pltal were the ehlldxen of Miss Ome Blessing's kindergarten school. The children (flxown above) took tmamed foods for the hospital this year as they usually do and in the above picture they are shown making the delivery. They are, first row, left to right:---Reddy Klbbler, Douglas AUara, Connie Faye Goode, and George Allen. Ba~k row, left to right:--Kendra Metz. Gene ,Rice, Donnie Baum- Caxdner and Miss Blessing. with Atlantic Heating Oil-- triple-refined to give you cleaner burning steadier heat tewer repazr bills Now with a new ad~titive that helps keep sludge from forming. For safe, steady, rehable--and economical--heat, u~ Atlantic heating oil. Call us today for full details. 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