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L ii } [Pe0,"! .~ m, ...... t ........ ~ I ~._ ........... .4m ~ - ]oline at their home in Laytons- lard Ott and daughters Janie and :~F, WS HAPPEN NGS IN T_ , ..... | l ville, Md. C~thy. [Entertain At Dinner Mrs. Evelyn Ports of Falls Chur KAI LI:TOVr : ] Complimenting their daughter, eh, Va. was Monday visltor of her I Mrs. William ~Pifer of Mlddleway .parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Ion her natal anniversary Mr. and Penwell. By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 ] ~vege~abl~c~ ] }Mrs. Earl Smith entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Engle of I ] John E. Slaughter Jr., president of Cheme- i | [ dinner at their home near here on near Charles Town were recent vis I | tron's Girdler Process Equipment division, ] | ]Sunday. Those present in addlt- itors of Mr. and Mrs. John Lally w r before shipment to First World Agricultural :~ : :=~:;::~ ~:=~::~@::~':~:=:~J' Mr. Marshall Thompson he I Town has suffered a elapse and i I be~f~re-shTi~; .... ~. .... ,~ ~,~:a~ ~l | [ion to the guest of honor were her and family. owns the dwelling in~Myerstown[Is now a patient in the Charles I I o~aut'oma~o~ In U~S.~a~rl~-~~!~]~~~]| ]husband, Mr. William Pifer and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel of ]their son Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Virginia were Sunday visitors of where Mr. and Mrs. Sealock re-]Town General Hospital as report- I I ~~i: !~~i] [ [Weiant and son Michael of Bal- the latters mother Mrs. Mabel side is naving interior rrelmirinl~]ed by her nephew Richard Row- i |~:"'=-":i~~] | It|more Md. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Harding. done. The work is being done bY lla~d. ]l~~ -~ ~-='~_ =~~~] | "[Winkler and son Dougie of Lee- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and Messers Willard White and neph- i Recent visitors with Mr. and ] ~[~i | ]town and Sonny and .Bobby; family of Middleway were Sunday ew PAchaxd Rowland. I Mrs. Milton Popkins have been ] ~~J | |Smith. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Saturday evening guests at the]her .brother and sister-in-law Mr. ] n ] I Visitors on Saturday evening at eden and sons. i home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard[and Mrs. James Gray of near I|~~=-~~l| Ibhe ,home of Mrs. Bonn W. Criml Mrs. Daisy Kirby of Mlllville: Ople Bush of Avon Dale were Mr. [Stanley, Vs. ] ~[ | [were her nephews, Mr. Herman ] was Sunday visitor of Mr. and and Mrs. Rormld Wilt of Charles [ Messers Frank I-Ell and Claxen- [ ~[ | ]O~Brien and his son, Mr. Richard [ Mrs. Donald Penwell. Town. ice Smallwood were business visi- [ [lm~mlm~~/- -~- ]~[ [ ]O'Brien of Trenton, N. J. her broI Mrs. Bessie Ballenger of Hills- Rev. S. F. Butcher will co, duct [ tots in Hagerstow~n, Md. Monday [ ~[ | ]ther-in-law Mr. J. Karl Grubb [ bore Va. was recent visitor of Mr. ~ evening worship service Sunday, ] morning. ~ [ [~~ ~] | ] a,nd Mrs. Daisy Marks of Bolivar. ]and 'Mrs. Frank Painter and fam Dec. 20th at 7:30 with members ] Two local .boys have recently[ [ [~~ ~[ [ ] Mr. ~nd Mrs. John M. Kackley]ily. of the M. Y. F. in charge of de- ] purchased ponies. Dann:~ Cllpp is [ [ ~[ | [and children of Berryville, Va. [ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner votlonals. [ the proud owner of a five year old [ [ [~~.-: -- ~ ---- - [~[ | [were visitors on Sunday ~t the and ~family of Charles Tows were The local schoOl Will hold its ] Arabian pony while Bob Bush a [ [ [~~- - -- -- :- ~-. " [ ~[ | ]home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert [ recent v~sitors of the formers par annual Christmas party Monday, [ member of the Eastern Panhandle [ ] [~~~ lVIPI'ZI GAXNOR doubles with [ [ ]Light and their children Bobby J ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner ,Dec. 21st at 2:30. ]Saddle Association owns the other [ [ [~ricature likeness on [ [ [and IAnda. Also visiting at the I Sr. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wil-]one. l l I |Light home on Sunday afternoonl Mr and Mrs Theodore Viands ]Jam H. Hough, his mother Mrs. l .Eddie Ware, a senior at V. P. I. [ l i~~iI | ]were Mrs. Margaret Lemaster of land daughter of Ranson were re- .M~tggie Hough of Bakerton were ] Blacksb, lrg, Vs. is spending the I ] n~~I] | ]Charles Town and Mrs. Fraak I cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. runner guesus of the ~orme~ son- ] holiday vaz~ion athis home f | | ]Owens of Bardane. ] White and famil~ in-law mud daughter Mr, ,and Mrs. ] Woodbyr~e ,Farm. ] J | [ Visitors on Thursday at the I . . _ '_ ..... Cornelius D. Mercer. | Visitors on Sunday with Mr. j l | lhome of Mr sad ]~ars ~.,w,~d I mr. ana Mrs. wenaene ~vone Overnight visitors Saturday[and Mrs. Henry Ctipp,were herI ],Cheshire and" thelr f"amilv'we"'~'e[and family Of Hamilton,-Va. were with Mrs. J. Edgar Ware o~ Wood | brother and sister-in-law Mr. and[ | ]nn~~~l | ]the former's brother and'sister- ]recent visitors of Mrs. ~allle Dll ,byte were her t ee grand]Mrs. ge Sma.w and four #in-law Mr. and Mrs C arencel'ow ano amily. children W. A. Louise and Debbie ] children who reside on the Wat-I ] |l Cheshire and their infant daugh-I .... ..... Lue P~amey children of Mr. and]kJns Faxm near Boyce, Vs. Henry[ | l~~i!il I JValter Gladys Joanna Of Augusta, W.I] M~H~J~3IUWN Mrs. Turner Ramey of near Char/who was Iortunate during the I | I~l I les Town. . [ deer season has been passing out l I l~i~~n ' M~'s. Lottie Smith of Charles ] deer steaks to ,his ~aeighbors. [ | | }daysMrSisstGe~EkC~l~Sl~tf~?t we~] ]BY Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands n , n ~ n k, [Newton M~gabat reported it wasI ] l~~~.'.~]]!==~;~i!i~i!i~::~*::!*!*~i ................. ~$! l~hrg~ls~n~ C~tgca"* ' I ~orry to he~'~t Mr. Nelsoet |~ | r r || I[I |de[jeered and greatly appreciated. [ ] ] SLOW DRAW marke&~~] ] ] On Wednesday ~ve-ln= r~,~m. [Bush' mother who is a patient in m ,--= v , I A beautiful trimmed Christmas } ]] Ed Wynn's first "West-~~~N~] I ~ber 23rd the--sunday-S'ch~l~'of |the Knott Rest Home in town ~the Ba~)~ist Church will uresent a~isn't doing so good but glad to B, Mrs. Charles Adams ~:e lwnasf,~tvO~ thsiepiCtwiUt~ ~psI ! i ~~~, , ........ , i Y g ' " " , : Pressln" DuUes At Home tmas ~,~ under the tree ~for ev-Zi1 11 '"'~m~ pageant enticed "Tax |hea~" Mrs. Bush's father. Mr. W.- ;Day in Bethlehem" The -re-rum lllngnam near *~aroane is conval- C~used Resignation Of ~eryone. Both Mrs. Addm Green ] | | l will begin at 7" 30 o'clock ann the J escmg very slowly at his he e. News cor po.a .t and Harm re ived I I I p, blic is lnvite to attend. - I Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry Mrs. Charles Adames announces beautful gifts from the class. ! I ::::'=i:=!i:=i~!i~iiii~i:=!i~~~ U I Mr and Mrs ~-~,~o* ~-~ ~^~ /spent the weekend in ~altimore, With regret her resignation as the .Mrs. ~ Wlcirnyor .signed. the [| i~iii~]iiiiiiiiiiiii!~~ ] [ o', ~mxancLria,--'" ~ ""~va. .......... were recen~'~"?'~vis I-h;:rlMd withMr theirand soa-inqaWMrs JohnnieandHamdaU Smrit of Jefferson Advocate news pleage ears zor ~ne g~v,lng | I [~~i~~[ I .itors at the home of the former's is'*'~ -" -- " -- re-Porter for the Rippon vicinity, $100.00 a year for the next 3 years [ | [~ ~:ii: - I | br h ~mn 'ann son Terry ~ee. [ ot er and s~ster-~n-law, Mr. and [ t#- o ~ ~rrs Charles Stocks of effective Dec. 31. It has been two to t~e building fund. De]jclous re- [ | [~~: ] | s ............ I.~rr . Philip Smallwood and their |~ ..... ~,~t- ~el .~r~n~. q~av ev wonderful years workln~ with the zresmnen~s were served ny me zolI I I~~:" - I I daughter Sharon. Also visiting 1~"..':.~::;,';-,.' :CI',=~:',~ ,7~'~=~-~-~~ of ' er n-Ad _owing_ m2- Ole, I I ..... I I vocate and truly IT, Is their anaua/ ~atsy .IN/se. _Mrs. ,Joe . _ - " ] | ]~~I | ]Monday evening were the formers |ana lwrs. z~oo ,~ : .. _ christmas dinner at the hotel for ~ master an~ Mrs. aane~ ~nyaer. || [~~i~t I |~'sister auct .......... cromer-in-law mr. ana l~ mr.e~.,n~,ahana Mrs. TomnnejtmcUon~ernaOnwere the corres'~'ndentsw, to ,-et t~'eth~ . ~lMrs" Glen t~msnurg will. be hos- / I |~ii/~::.::: ] | ~Mrs. Robert Ray of Front Royal, |~. ~n~,,~, .,, ...... ;~ ,~ er and chat I wish to thank all ltess at the nex% meetmg. ~ |~n~~~~]]~ ~] I iv~ u ...... ~ ,~,s ................. the nice people of RipPon for their, NeW Ttlesd~y: Dec. 22 the R ilO", ||~~|I .......... , I -" ~. |latters parents Mr. Melvin and Miss maxbaxa Shull was a re-|Mrs Be,~lah Fritts. corporation in getting their news 10on senool wnl nave their Chns~- | | |~~:~ - I | Iceet, t the home of Mr. | Mrs. Ruth Ha|key and Mrs. tn mo ]~rv h~m~ m~t.i~ ann res- mas program at 12 noon. All pax- I I ...... ::: .............. e -- -- th -lia re invit d to .... ~I | anu Mrs. woodrow Adams and |Helen Shirley of the General Tel ponsibilitms require all my tlme nus ann ne pug a e ' . attend The "rogvam slated for 12 n I [m P FIRE is formed as lava spills 300 feet down the I | their family in Riptxm. ephone Company were dinner a~ present,, n~ ~,,~ +~ ~s~a~ol bus schedule n | ~ siopes of Kilauea Iki crater, Honolulu, during eruption. ] | Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire guests on Tuesday with the latters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams "~r~.,"-and~]t~r~. J L Chanma'n | | - . ..... ~ | and children Deborah, Johnny mother Mrs Julia Viands. weretW c~ildre~saturdayCHUOkienight visitorsand Max+A~awith ~erres~S~n)~rYs' " l~ .... ~eeaSk~ t t ' W~etahr~ ..... and Patricia spent Sunday in Mar Mrs Mary Gray was in W~n- I llngton, W. Vs. where they were cheste'r Va. oax Friday visiting Mr ,and Mrs. Alvin Bush and son r~.~ ~ / }guests at the home of Mr. and with some friends. - "~ ,~,~vl~ -- ............ /muv~ **r~z,~ x~r~ rat J Mrs. Cecil Beverage and their ,faro Mrs. Hall Thomson of near Har ~i ~ ~" Sorry to hear Mrs. Charlle Hill {*n*o . ~.x o ~ ,, o *~ Darlene M~gaha spent Thurs- is on the sick list at present she n a~ a i, , m lily. pers Ferry spent the day Wednes- day with her colsin Maxtha is staying with her son-in-law and J II M M I I d I I ~rs. R. W. McCormick spent day Mrs. Albert V~aiads Jr. ]Tuesday at the Seven Corners near the Bloomery. Adams while her mother Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Daw ] ~P U nvm gel m | | I Shopping Center near Falls Chur Mrs. George Jones, Mrs. Harry Glen Magaha and her friend Mrs. son and faxnily. | . Harry Evans were shopping in | l~v Mr~ ~t,,-r~ Crim Pha.a A7 1~ /~29. [ ch. Vs. Shirley Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Winchester m= . ~ , , ~ , ~ ~.j ........................ -~-~,,, { Mrs. Stuart Crim of "Monte and Mrs. Bevb Viands spent the b o- francis rrlntz buest ! , day ,Friday in Winchester, Vs. thor David were Friday n~ght and ...... Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frlttg of Saturday visitors with Mr. ~nd "{'~^~bA. ~. V~LAA|I ..... SpecialProgram ~one s t;napei Charles Town were Saturday M:s. Charles Adams. They will ~Rt$[ [U[ I{$~|~1|{$~ A special Christmas program ~ight callers with their sons MoI spend ~he weekend wi~,h the will be held at ~he Stone's Chap- vin and Nelson. Adams until the new year wh~le C-uest speaker for the ~unday el at 7:30 o'clock on Tuesday ev- their mo~her is helping a~ Market M~.nor. Bible Classes Meet The Suzanne Wesley Bible Class met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Whitmore on Tuesday with 36 ~nembers present. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Janet Snyder with guest speaker Mrs. Charles Moler giving the talk. The Chris- tmas Story after which lovely Christmas Carols were sung. Mrs. Harry Strouse reported that $18.- 00 was collected at last months meeting for the Thanksgiving has ket. Both Mxs. Strouse and Mrs. morning meeting of the Yokefel- emng, Dcccmbc; 22nd u) wi~ich lows Bible Class of the Charle~ Tows Presbyterian Church will .be Francis Printz. He will be intro- duced by ~chard Funk who will be in charge of the program for the occasion. The class convenes promptly at 9:4~ a. m. and ex- tends a cordial invitation to all men of the town who are not at- tending Sunday ~chool to meet with them and hear Mr. Printz ex plain the lesson. Members of the Yokefellows Class are asked to bring along a ~riend or guest for the meeting. the public is cordi&lly invited. The Hand Bell Choir of Lhe Berryvllle, Va. Presbyterian Church will be present to play at this entertain ment. This choir is ~ne of the few of it's kind in the United States and this program will afford the community the opportunity to hear and enjoy this unusual mus- ic. Christmas Skating Party The Busy Bees 4-H Club held their annual Christmas party ~on Thursday evening at the Roller Rink near Berryville, Va. oombin- guests, I~lchard Crim returned home from V. P. I. in Blacksburg, Vs. oa Thursday to spend the Christ mas holidays visiting with his pax ents Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crim. Also visiting at the Crim home over the weekend was Miss Jane Nichols of Alexandria, Vs. who is a student at ~ollins College In Roanoke, Vs. Mrs. George Glascoek has been visiting for the past several weeks with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clagett Ladies Gift Boxes Dressy or Tailored Ladies Embroidered Gift" Boxed 3 in. Box 8.PieCe Gift Boxed Newberry Men's Sanforized Gift Boxed Newberry Value Value " Embroidered . Newberry Gift Packaged Newberry PR. $ .07 Value , Value Newberty All. Metal Tractor - Trailer Nev berry Value Reg. $4.98 Value - L L ,Ira - J. , Set of Four Newberry Reg. 98e Value 3-Piece All Metal Newberry Reg. $7.98 Value 3]4 CHARLES TOWN STORE PHONE Mrs. Obie Johnston and daugh- By Mrs. Pauline Ott Miss Emma Jane Johnson of Millville was recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and fam ily. Seammn and Mrs. Donald eden and sons Guy and Frankie of Bak erton were Sunday dinner guests of the formers mother Mrs. Nel- lie eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and son Roger of the Power Plant were Sunday viistors of the .for- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Char les Wiley and family. Mr. Buddy ,Penwell of Charles Town was Sunday visl,tor of his parents Mr. amd Mrs. J. Henry PenwelL Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L'qaapman were recent visitors of the formers parents Mr. azad Mrs. Chapman and family at Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs az~ daughter Darlene of Leesburg, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. P~t Hostler were Sunday Vlsitobs of Mr. ahd Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. .l:bandy Oft son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott is on the sick l~st with the mumps. Mr. Theodore Oft butchered ter Bonnie spent ~he day Wednes day with her .mother Mrs. Milton ,POl~ins in E~tbletown. Mr. and. l~r$~ ~o~ald WIIes and daughter Shern, Mrs. Dcmald Hoe ermale and children, Mrs. Hall Thomson and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. spent the day Sunday ,with Mrs. Connie Earp in Harpers Fer- ry. Miss Evelyn Earp a student in Shepherd College was also home. Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and children of Millville were Sunday guests with their *brother and sis ter-in-law Mr. a~d Mrs. Melvin Tumblin ~nd ]~amily. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr .and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobbie of ~runswiek, Md., Mr. tnd Mrs. Maxshall Frye and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Ch~mblin of town were Sunday callers With Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Sylves ter of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. mad Mrs. Travis Viands and two soru~ of town called on the lat ters parent, s Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson of near Maxlowe. So glad to hear Mr. Jackson was able to return to his home on Friday af- ter ,being a patient for three weeks or more ,in Kings Daughters ,Hospital in Martlnsburg and get- along very good. We hope Frank you will soon be able to .be out and around, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley alhd three nice porkers on Saturday. children of near Middleway, Mr. Mr. M~vshall Turner, Doi~id "Put Donald Hovermaie of near _]~)Ii,, her, Bill, ~hilip and Merle eden ear and Mr. and Mm: Alber t assisted him. Mrs. Nellie eden Viands Jr. and daughters Mary_ assisted her daughter. , and Nancy and gran~ D~vieore Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley and the Bloomery were Sunday vis|- John MaXk and Paul, Nathan W~- tors with Mr. and Mrs. 'Be ~rt ley were Xm~ shoppers {it Win- Viands. "1 chester, Va. on Saturday. . | Mrs. Melvin Tumbl,in was a cai M.r. Gilber~ of Brutas-] ex With her mother ~.~ William wick, Md. ~as recent calMr :of [l~esgraves in ~3erryville on Men- Mr. tad Mrs. Ca|viii Lan~astei-day and along with her mother and d~ttgh~t~ Diane. they west to Winchester. /~r. and hr_xs. Jtmior Hardtrig Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wlles a~a and son Of ~oud0un County, Vs. daughter Sherri of HarPem 'Ferry were ~ur, da4' victors of-t~{~ .fbr- and Mr. and Mrs, Donald ~-Iover- mers mother Mrs. M~b~l HaxdR,g. mule and d~tughter I:)onn~ and Mx. and Mrs. Roy ,Pulse a~i~ Mx~. Hall Thomson of near Be|7 daughters IAnd~ ~nd ~thy ahd ivax were Stmday visitors wi with SOn Martini of Mld~ty w~re Mr. and Mxs. Albert Viaact~ Jr. ~unday visitorS of ~ la[/ters ntb- land family near the Bl.oomery. ther Mrs. Mary Cline. ~s. 1=|elect 81virley, ~. George Mr. and Mrs. The~iore Oft s~d , Jones and MrS. Jiflia Viands We~ son Joey ~nd MI~ Nellie Oden :callers ~t the, latters son Mr. and were Yanas shoppers at Winches. Mrs. John :Viands on Monday ter, Va. on ~turda, ~ . near Knoxville, Md. Mr. and Mrs, Joh~ Seal maa Mr. and Mrs. Milton P0pklns daughter ,Patsy and s0ti ~Johrmy of Ka~letoWn were callers with of I~nson were Sunday visitors of their son-in-iaw and daughter Mr. the la~ters p~re~ats ~r. and Mrs. sad Mrs. Obie Johnston and dau l~orre~t Hostler and fa~nlly.~ . g~ters. se~msax and Mrs. Donald T. Mxs. Nelson ~ush ~d on her eden and sons Guy a~d Frunkie paax~nts Mr .and Mrs, Wlllingl)am of Bakerton w~re Sunday visitors and daughter near' Bardane last of Mr. atxd Mrs. l.~,~er ot~ l week. , Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt i of | Mr. William " ll~l~ma~ is going Chestnut ~Iill were recent callbrs I to see his eye doctor in Hagers- of Mr. and Mr& OUllf0ixl Turtle'|town, Md. on FridaY. and family. ' Mr. arld M~. Ma~ ~6ey and daughter M~try Ellen a~ son Re| nie of the ~Sloomery were ~unday visitors of the la~ters mother Mrs. Lettie Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Engle of Charles Town were recent visitors of ,the ,formers mother Mrs. Lizzie Engle and family. , Mr. ,George Painter and son of the Power Plar~t were Sunday vis- itors of Mr. and Mrs. Bagent and family. Mr.. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daughter Kay and son Do|hie of Ranson were Sundaytvisttors of the la~ters parents Mr. and Mrs. I~orrest Hostler and .family. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson am2 son Terry of Middleway were Seals? It may surprise you to know that tuberculosis ~S killing 'better tha~n a thousand people each mon th in the United States. And, more than five thousand,' new cases are discovered every month of the year! While these grim facts may sur- prise you, in a medical age when TB is curable, .it is important for you to know about them. It is i,m- portant to remind you Of this dm~ng the Christmas Seal sea, on whc:a you can do yota" part ia help SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 4---B THURSDAY, DECEMBER ing the fight against tuberculosis the local Associ ,1 through the purchase ~f Christ- funds to work in our mas Seals. " discover new cases of Many help the c~use year after help provide a cure-w year, and perhaps the most corn-Iaxe zouna. mendable feature of the Christ-I The current Christ mas Seal program is the fact that ~ campaign will extend tl more than ninety cents out of [,Christmas season and every dollar raised in this coma-J of Jefferson-Advocate i ty stays in this county. ]readers to send contri. Science has not yet found a lthe local County Tube~ specific vaccine against tubercul- ~ sociatlon. osis, and the best approach to this [ problem is the educational and READ THE CLASS[[r~ preventative approach. Therefore J READ THE SPIRIT-A~ BAKED APPLE SAUCE.TAPlOi / You often serve canned apple sauce. You often serve, i ,custard. But in this baked dessert you serve them both. 2 result is jolly, a bit of the unexpected, yet friendly and fl The apple' sauce layer, blended with sugar 'n spice is tangy andfull of real apple fruitiness. The tapioca custard on top is smooth and deheate. As for the meringue.., v turns the dish into a' dress-up dessert you'll be happy ~ to family, to guests, to your junior Juniors and senmr . And you II be happy, also, to see how simple it is to A can or jar of apple ~auce, a package of quick-cook|n. ... and you're on your way. 2 cups canned apple sauce ,| cup quick cooking ~b cup brown sugar i]1 quart milk 2 teaspoons lemon juice t|3 eggs, separated , V4 teaspoon nutmeg t| cup sugar ~ teaspoon salt [ I teaspoon vanilla 1 tablespoon butter ~1 cup Sugar ~! Combine apple sauce |)row| sugar, lemon juice, nut~ teaspoon salt. Place in casserole; dot with butter. Sol in 2 cups milk, 5 minutes. Beat egg yolks; add tap|or remaining milk, cup sugar, V4 teaspoon salt and vane Carefully pour over apple sauce. Bake in moderate degrees, 1 hour and 15 minutes. Beat egg whites stiff add remaining ~ teas oon salt and cup , ~ar. stantly. Spoon over ta~Cca. Bake at 325 degre~ -ab6~ or until meringue is delicate brown. Serve cold. ~i S ~t~ing S, r STARLINER Sylvania cut half to bdng the wall Here's I soft frame of that babies your' {overall 2,19 sq. in. viewable 11 SLIMLIN The first truly modern TV' enough to go rest where you wa.t |overall diogon~]| ~. i.. vlewable more power mous "" areS Luggage.type ha,die-: OET THIS,LUXURY G/FTI Pu,se.size bottle MYSIN LANVlN . when you test-vlew Sylvania $11mllne with HaloLight. Hurryl 5upply limited IT 302- WEST WASHINGTON PHONE 370 CHARLES TOWN, !