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SPIRIT 0F JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 8---A THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1959 m tt WHAT'S GOING ON IN RANSON By Mrs. Roy Breeden Mr. Frank Jackson from New York was home for a few days at- tend~zg the funeral of his father ~VIr. Bob Jackson. Guests for the Thanksgiving hol iday with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Trus sell were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ban ikas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grove and son Scott. Miss Elizabeth Webb and bro- ther David visited with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickel and daughter on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rust of New Jersey spent the Thanksgiv- ing weekend with the formers mo ther Mrs. Mac Rust on fifth ave- nue. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood of near town were recent visitors with their daughter Mrs. Roy Breede~ and sons. Mrs. Marvin Ramey with Mrs. Anna Ware, Mrs. Nettle Bell, Mrs. Kathleen Viands and little Sarah Ramey were all in Winchester on Wednesday taking Sarah to the doctor and tending to some busi- ness. Miss Carroll Reede of Blue- mont, and Mr. John Smallwood of ~ear town were Friday night visitors with Mrs. Richard Braith waite and family. T/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Southlawn, Md. spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the home of Mr. Arthur Webb and Samily. Mrs. tester Hough of Kable- town and Mrs. Erma Hough of Charles Town were Saturday af- ternoon visitors with Mrs. Roy ~reeden. Mr. Norman Briggs of Deleware is spendi,ng a few days with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Geo rge Robinson. 'Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Arthur Webb and family were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Southlawn, Md,, Mr. and Mrs. Dineen Wels,h of Bakerton and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb and, sons of Charles Town. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Viands were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pearl and daughter. Miss Carroll Reede with Mr. John Smal!wood were Saturday night gfiest with Mr. and Mrs. ~ ]Breeden and sons. Mrs. John Goode with Mrs. Bob hie Chicchirichi and Miss Eliza- beth Webb rece,ntly visited with Mr, sz~ Mrs. Doug Fife and fam- ily ~ Charlottesville, Va. 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood were recent viistors in Leetown with the Wilsons and Slushers. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Willingham and son along with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daughter were Thanksgiving weeke,nd guest With Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker Mrs. Warren Walker of Ranson and Mrs. Emmett Boyd of Charles Town were recent Christmas shop pers in Manassas. While there they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lea lie Willingham. Mr. oHoward Ashwood 'has been on our sick list for the past cou- ple of days. We ,wish him a quick rer~very. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden ~,nd sons along w.ith Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauck and Miss Dottle Davis were all Sunday visitors With Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kendall and son of Capon Bridge. Birthday Party In Honor of 55th Birthday Mr. Warren M. Walker A birthday party was given in honor of Mr. Walker by his wi,fe at his home c~ Saturday night. Refreshments being served con- sisting Of several birthday cakes, candy, nuts, pop and potato chips. Mr. Waker received many nice and useful gifts. Those helping him to celebrate were: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro and daugh- ter. of Falls Church, Mr. and Mrs. ~mmett Boyd and family of ~2har lea Town, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Willi,ngham and son of Manassas, Telephone 256.JX Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Walker and family of Kear neysville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker and daughter of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gage- by and daughter of Engle. After the party they all bega~ leaving wishing Mr. Walker many more Happy Birthdays. Shaffer and Rutherford Weddin Announcement was made of the marriage of Mrs. Pearle Ruther- ford of Ranson to Mr. Nevin Craig Shaffer of Ranson which took place Friday, Nov. 6 at 7 o'clock at the Lutheran parsonage in Sharpsburg. The Rev. Charles Binf, pastor performed the cere- mony. The bride was attired i,n a stone blue dress with light blue access dries and she wore red roses. Their only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Mack Smith of Shep- herdstown. Following the cere- mony the couple went to Mary- land and Pa. for the weekend. Af ter their return they now reside in Ransom Mr. and Mrs~ Lewis "Bussy" Car roll moved into Charles Town now living on West Washington Street Mr. Carroll is the policeman for Ranson. So in case of needing him just call Charles Town 766-J. MIs. Stanley Hinton was a re- cent visitor with Mrs. Irene Boyd who is now making her home at the Fahnney-Keedy Memorial Home down in Maryland. Miss Nancy Ranalli of Millville was a Wednesday morning visitor with Mrs. Roy Breeden. Little Roxanne Mauck was a weekend visitor with the Cham- blin Twins. Mrs. Howard Carroll of Roches ter, N. Y. spent Thursday after- noon visiting with Mrs. Betty Chambliz~. The Ranson Helpers Club was called upto the ,help the three youths from Baltimore. The club ga~ve to each of them new clothes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons visited with relatives in Lu- ray on Sunday. Ranson ,Helpers Club will have covered dish supper and Christ- mas party on December 3 at the club room. There will also be an exchanging of gifts. Mrs. Hortense Breede.v~ with Mrs. Myra Braithwaite and child- ten were recent visitors with Mrs. R()bert ,Braithwaite and daughter who moved from Kearneysville into an apartment on West Wash- ington Street. Mrs. Grace Boyd has gone to Florida for the winter months. By MrS. Bruce FurT Mr. and Mrs. Ily Bratina and their children of "Prato Rio" were last week end guests at the home of Mrs. Bratina's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bau- man of Camden, N. J. There was a reunion of the Bauma,~ family to honor their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Bauman of Me- chantville, N. J. on the occasion of their fiftieth wedding anniver- sary. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Rudolph, Mr. Joseph P. Bauman and Mrs. Henry Phillips and daugh- ter, Susan were guests at the home of the Bratinas over the Thanksgiving Day weekend. Mrs. B, H. Riddlberger enter- tained with a Thanksgiving Day dinner guests were Mr. a,nd Mrs. Reinhart Johnson and daughters Cheri and Jacque of Front Roy- al, Va. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr of Leetown.. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr and children Pete and Judy of Charles Town. I t Big Savings on Service/f you let us schedule your tractor NOW| You benefit three ways by scheduling your tractor for service with us now- 1. You'll have it ready to stay on schedule with full power and performance for the heavy work ahead. 2. You'll save on our special service offer which we are able to make during the fall and winter months. 3. Your work will be done with precision tools by our factory trained IH service men, and only genuine IH parts will be used to replace those needed. Call us... Schedule Your Tractor NOWI PHONE 17,, Mr. and Mrs. Dunaway Lickli- ,,, ...... der of Washington, D. C. came up Wednesday and spent the Thanks giving holiday weekend at "The Cottage". Their guests over the weekend included Col. and Mrs. Covington of Myrtle Beach, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Barton of Washington, D.C. I Guests with Mrs. J. S. Locke on Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and Mrs. John Roland, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Charles Blue, Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and daughters Kitty and Vickie Blue, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blue, Mrs. Daisy Fritts Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Locke They also celebrated Vicki Blue's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Starliper Miss Nancy Starlipez', Richard Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Geese, Star 'liper and son Cliff were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Young in Waynesboro, Pa. Mrs. Mary Bruce Purr spent sev eral days last week in Charles Town with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr and family. Clark is slowly recoveri,ng from the burns he re- ceived at the fire last Monday night. Messrs. Stanley and James Rod gers of Washington, D. C. visited their sister Mrs. B. H. Riddleber- ger in Charles Town a part of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, i Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue were guests Thanksgiving Day with Mr. a,nd Mrs. Phil Perks in Charles Town. Frankie Henry, student at Rich mond Medical College spent Thanksgiving holiday with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henry. Judy ~~lz-r spent several days last v.eek end with her cousin Cheri Johnston in Front Royal, Va. Saturday Mrs.. B. H. Riddleberger Mrs. Mary Bruce l~trr and Mrs. Clark Furr visited the Johnson's in Front Royal, and Judy return- ed home with them. Mr. Ed Dandridge and son of Baltimore, Md. visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and went hunting. Colon Duclbar, student at W. Va. University in Morgantown, W. Va. spent Thanksgiving holiday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunbar. Mrs. J. S. Locke visited Sunday morning wittl Mr. and Mrs. John Blue. Mrs.. W. Harden has bee,n vis- iting with Mrs. Corn Stevens and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long and daughters Joy and Kristl of Martinsburg were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blue of Charleston, W. Va. have been vis- iti,ng in the county recently. Mr. and l~rs. Bill Curry of Hope Valley, R. I. have returned home after visiting relatives and friends in the county. Don't forget the Leetown Farm Women's Club meeting Wednes- day, December 9 when Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger is entertaining the club at dinner; be there before ~oon time. The Christmas party will be in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Custer and daughter of Charles Town, Mr. :Frank Burke and daughter of Mar tinsburg and Mr. Charles Orr of Baltimore, Md. were visitors Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer and family. Mrs. Warren Worley of Han- over, Pc. visited with her sister Mrs. Bates Watson on Sunday. The P. T. A. will meet at the school house Tuesday night, Dec. 8 for their regular meeting. PHONE 159 "IT'S IT OODS ALWAYS" i Your y of FREE Your Car FREE of WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES , The stork made more trips to the Charles Town General Hospit TOWN, W. .. lb. 10c JUICY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT - - 6 for 35c NEBRASKA RED POTATOES - - G-lb. bag 39c OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES--l-lb. pkg. 29c (Certified Safe by U.S. GtJ l tnztlent) FRESH WHOLE COCONUTS . . each 19c al during the past week than in many months, making 12 deliver- ies of eight little boys and ,four little girls duri,ng the period of November 25 and December 1. MAXWELL- HOUSE One birth occurred on Thanksgiv- INSTANT COFFEE ing Day. , Wednesday, Nov. 25, a son, Da- vid Clint, was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Kendall Wage, Char- les Town. - - Thanksgiving Day it ,was a son, John Paul, Jr. born to Mr. axed i\ Mrs. John Paul E ngle, RD 2, Har pers Ferry. Two births occurred Friday, Nov. 27, a son, David Wing, born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moles Brown, Kearneysville; and a dau- ghter Joyce Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lee Hines, Charles Town. Saturday, Nov. 28 a son, Ricky Lee was bon.n to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee King, Charles Town. , S~nday, Nov. 29 two births oc- curred at the hospital, a son, Ron nie Douglas being born to Mr. and :Mrs. Elmer Douglas Getts, Rippon a;nd a daughter Cheryl Anne was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Ric hard Smith of Shepherdstown. The stork made four, trips to the Charles Town Hospital Mc~n- day, Nov. 30 delivering a son, Ste yen Milton to Mr. and Mrs. John Lorenzo Creamer of Charles Town a datlghter Kimberly Ann to Mr. and Mrs. Charles tester Shaffer Sharp, burg, Md.; ~u son Dale Ath ey Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Athey Willow, Millville; and a daughter Shelley Diane to Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Madison, Harpers Ferry. Tuesday, Dec. 1, a son, Daniel Leon Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leon Armstrong of Har- pers Ferry. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were Jack Dodson. Shenandoah Junction; Raymond L. Crabill, Brunswick, Md,; and Donna F. Johnson, Ranson. Medical patients were Miss Peg gy Ann Ott, Mr. Leon F. Longer- beam and Mrs. Ernestine Webb all of Ranson; Mr. Harry Davis Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Atkins, City; Mr. Michael E. Rice, Mlllville; Mrs. Henretta Rutherford, Mr. Manuel L. Alger, Mr. Walter E. Jenkins, Mrs. Catherine L, Rock enbaugh, Mrs. A~na Louise How- ell Baby Kimberly Ann Ruther- ford all of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Thelma L. Wolfe, Brunswick, Md. 'Mr. Thomas L. Snider, Martins- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. burg; Mr. James E. Tabb, Kear- neysville, / - - Big A-oz. jar 89c amily Size lO-oz, jar $1.49 ESSKO SHORTENING - -' - 3,lb. can Ggc GREEN GIANT PEAS . . 2 17 z, cans LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE -- z GOLDEN ISLE CALIFORNIA PEACHES - - 29c 5 46-0z. cans $1.00 3 large cans 89c C R IS C 0 .... 3 lb. can 76c FLUFFO .... 3 lb. can 71c MAXWELL HOUSE- WILKIN,S.. Chase & Sanborn COFFEE - - Ib, 77c SILVER FLOSS SAUER KRAUT - SUNSHINE KRISPY large No. can 19c CRACKERS - 1.lb. pkg. 25c VALENCIA FROZEN - - " 6 6-oz. cans $1.00 (Reg. 2 cans 39c) MORTON'S BISCUflS - pkg. 12s 29c KEEBLER'S CHOCOLATE - CARMEL LEMON CHIP COOKIES . . lO.oz, pkg. 37c N. B. C. RITZ .... large pkg 29c KLEENEX (TWIN TOWELS)- pkg. 2 rogs 38c REYNOLDS WRAP-- Large Family Size ' Handy 7-in. Assort. Colors - pkg, 19c l-lb. box ALMONDS-.Blue Diamond . - l-lb. bag 49c PiCSWEET GREEN PEAS } PECANS--Selected Georgia - - 1.lb. bag 59c PICSwEET GOLDEN SWEET CORN ) ENGLISH WALNUTS--Red Diamond. l-lb. 53c /