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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 26, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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November 26, 1959

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARMERS ADVOCATE 'I'ItIrRSDAY___Z NOVEM_. B_E!,! 26__2, "' N ' WHA I S GOI. G ON IN , . . RAFISq FI Mrs., Roy Br.e n._.,,ede ...... .... "telephone 2o6-JX" Deferre~t From Last Week ne Gore, Donald Magaha, Carolyn Survrise Birthday and John Miller, Gary Lee Place, A-st~r-ri~e-art~ was-iven Sun Mrs. Bertha Miller, Mrs. Evelyn 0 ~ ~" ~ " ~ Holmes Mrs. LeRoy Place and any afternoon n'om three till five Mrs. Gene Gore. in honor of the 8th birthday of As time came for leaving, every Donnie Miller, given by Ills par- ents Mr. and Mrs, Donald Miller at their home on 4th avenue. Games were played and refresh- ments were served consisting of cake, ice cream, pop and potato chips. Those helping Don.hie to celebrate were Freddie Whitting- ton, Duke Day, Jeanny Strouse, Jeanny Magaha, Dean Ott, Jeff O'Bannon, David, Dugie and Way ne Holmes, Gai] an~ Buster Cos- tello. Carron and Michael Beahm, Sher~'y Fritts. Dane Shaffer, .~'~- one was wishing I~nnle many more Happy Birthdays. Mrs, Roy Breden was a recent visitor with Mrs. Joe Braithwaite in Berryville. Mrs. John Goode Sr. and Mrs. Barbara Chicchirici]i and Miss Elizabeth Webb motored to Char- lottesville, Va. on Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fife and family of Aaklawn. Mrs. Goode remained there to visit with her daughter and family for a few weeks. NEWS HAPPENINGS IN OWN By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Mrs. B. Frank Hill, Walter Bur- dick sponsors of the Kabletown MYF a,nd members of this organ izatlon are to be congratulated uPon the inspiring Thanksgiving Service presented Sunday even- ing. We were glad to have Mrs. Melvin Anders as our pianist for both the Sunday School and even ing service. The eve,uing offering was contributed by the MYF to the treasury of the Building Re- pair Fund. Our sympathy is extended to both the families of the late Ed Allen family of RipPon and the late Mrs. Cecil Feagans whose sad den deaths occurred over the past weekend. Mrs. Feagans was a for mar resident of this community when she resided on Avon Bend Orchard. The Kabletow,u Church Memor- i~!1 Fund received gifts this past weekend in memory of the late Mr. John Hill from Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Boyer of Margaret V, John- Son from Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. William Brandt and Mrs. Mabel Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush son Bob and daughter Sue Ellen of AvQn Dale Farm attended a ba.u- qBet Friday night held in the Men's Club House Shepherdstown ~Ponsored by the Eastern Panhan die Saddle Club. General topics of ~hose setting on the nail kegs around the store stove have been deer hunting i~ Virginia, the Keyser-Charles Town High School football game and the shooting ability of the various guns which will be tested during the W. Va. deer season. To date the topic being mostly discussed is the football game to which the following locals atended: Burwell Ware, Richard Rowland, Bill Mer cer, Bob White, H. BuSh, Buddy Smallwood. The local high school pupils who attended were Harry Kable, Ronny Sowers, Steve and Joe Cloud a.nd Tommy Russell. The latter three are members of the high school band. Dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush of Avon Dale were Mr, and Mrs. Basil Clipp of Alexandria, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bush and son Ste vie of Avon Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Clipp had spent Friday and Sat- urday x~ight with their nephew A1 vin Bush and family. They attend ed the Johnson Household Sale on Saturday. Mr. Joshua W. Clipp who re- sides with his son-in-law and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush is now ill with pneumonia. His son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush of Charles Town, Mr. a,ud Mrs. Dovel Bush, daughter Barbara and son Dovet Jr. of Win chester, Va. were callers during the afternoon on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones at- tended the funeral Saturday after noon of the late Robert L. Jack, By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands i son in Ranson. ---- ---- ~ Mrs. Tommie Herndon returned Death of Mr. Jackson [to her home in Suitland, Md. Our deepest sympathy goes out IThurSdaY ~ifter visiting l~er par- to the family of the late Robert tents for several days. Jackson whose funeral was held Saturday afternoon at the funeral parlor of Melvin Strider. Robert was born and raised around our little community a,ud win be great ly missed by all who knew him. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of i parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Brunswick, Md. were SaturdayI Mrs. Ruth Hankey and Mrs. Hel night visitors with the latters par ~,en Shirley of the General Tele- e,uts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye.]phone Co. were dinner guests on Their son Sylvester of Baltimore, Wednesday with the latters mo- Md. spent the weekend with his ]iher Mrs. Julia Viands. parents here. ! Mrs. John Milton a.ud two child Mrs. Hall Thomson. Mr. and ran of Millville were Monday mor Mrs. Donald Hovermate of near ,ning callers with her sister-in-law Bolivar, Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. I Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and she also and Mrs. Billy Viands of the I called on Mrs. Ross Stagner Jr. Bloomery were Tuesday visitors t Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands vis with Mrs. Julia Viands. ]ited her father Mr. Frank Jack- I mb mmm m Easy Terms. Law Down Payment. Llber Tr~ule-ln. Come In Today! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc I PHONE 226 CHARLES TOVc'N, W. VA II when the quality of oil is / the cost of heat is really Atlantic Heating Oil is triple-refined for your protection. An exclusive additive helps give you more heat for your heating dollar. You also save on burner repairs and service calls. for clean, low cost heat, call t DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. son who l~ a patient in I[~~Es Dull .... ghters Hospital where he was tak ' ....... en worse on Sunday. They called in a heart specialist Sunday night, so I haven't heard a later report ,p at this writing. We all are hop- ing he will soon be out. Wreck Causes Fire a a Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children were routed out of their home Monday ~ight near Bolivar from a truck wreck ing with some kind of chemicals on it. The truck drove Donalds car into the house wrecking it. The police said they had better leave the house because the fumes could cause some hmg trouble. They are staying with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. By Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. John Pope and children of Bolivar were visitors at the home of the formers par- ents Mr. mud Mrs. Maurice Pope on Saturday. Jerry L. Dillow of Mr. Mission visited the family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costel]o, Mr. and Mrs. Ural Carland and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger spent Wednes- day afternoon i,u Martinsburg where they visited at the home of Mrs. Mamie Anderson and daugh- ter Mrs. Ruth Clevenger and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snowden and ~n. Mr. and Mrs. Carland retur,ned to their home in Ashville, N. C. Thursday after a weeks visit here with relatives and friends in the County, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers and son Bruce visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and family in Bolivar Sunday morni,ug. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Molar visi- ted Mrs. James Fadeley in Charles Town Friday afternoon and on Sunday afternoon were viistors with Mrs. Annie Zi,un and daugh- ter Mrs. Grace Molar in town. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Mills on Friday were their sor~ Paul Jr. of Charles Town and Norman Howell of Millville. Mrs. Florence Pope of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sim- ons and sc~u Michael of Ranson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Honk and fam- ily. Mr. Austin Bowers and son David of Charles Town were visi- tors with the famil~ in the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurlce Pope re- tur~ed Saturday from Luray, Va. where they spent the past week deer hunting. While they were a- way their daughters, Misses Nan- cy and Charlotte Pope were guests of their brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Pope in Bolivar Mr. Wesley Edwards and son, Mrs. Bill Bowers and son of Char- " IT'S_WH ITE'S FOP., DS ALWAYS," Alw Your Carried and Plenty of Your Car FREE of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES les Town visited M