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VOL XXXIV. No. 4$! ~ 




VIRGIMA BEACH SUN -NEWS 

"SERVING VIRGINIA'S FASTEST CROWING COUNTY" 

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VWGINIA BEACH, VIRGUSII A, THURSDAY, DECEMeER 3, 1959 



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HmiI U9«l Ofoup 

Commonwealth's Attorney Rob- 
ert Lee Simpson was elected presi- 
dent of the Virginia Beach Bar 
A»80ciation «t u meeting held Tues- 
day at the Cape Colony Ciub. He 
succeeds M. Earl Woodhouse in 
the top pcwt. 

Also elected at Tuesday's meet- 
ing was Robert G. Barr Jr., m 
vice president; W. Shepherd Drew- 
ry was re-elected secretary-ti-eas- 
urer. 



Majraf FraiA A. Dusch Is shown above purchasing the 
first ticket for the Pancake and Sausage Day feast sponsored 
by the Virginia Beach Exctonge Qiib. At left is Burks Withers, 
Jr., a member of the Exchange Club. Pancake Day will be held 
in the Convention Center on Thur^y, December 10. (Boicc 
Photo.) 



Virginid Beach High School 
Releases ^Superlatives' List 



By CAROL O^MOK 

It took two weeks J>ut we finally 
did It! The Senior Clan of 1960 has 
chosen tfte Superlatives of Virginia 
Beteh ffiflt. There wa« some dls- 
sentlon m the matter but the final 
reMts were fovor«d by all 99 
«enidn. 

Heading the list for ]Be«t Look- 
ing were Senior class president 
Hugh Kitehin and «h#erleader cq- 

f 4«e«» *^t Halt and 
fCH^** ;9lio<naa cap- 

tio doubts: SX!.A. pre^Me^ Tommy 
Cayce and schot^ newspaper editor 
piaudy Tucker. 

f The two Most K<ikelv to Suc(»ed 
"wei-e International Relattons Ctub 
president Herb Blym and Sandy 
CiutchfieM. 

• WKty Hl-V president Jackie Me- 
Combs and Martha Dickerson were 
elected for Best Peraonality and 
iVa quite clear why! 

Jo Ann Barco and Jim Orrell 
were unanimoualy chosen the 
Cutefit Couirie. 

The tj^o M«Jt AthlPtic Seahawks 
were peppy Senior class secretary 
pnd cheerleader Warula Wallace 
and Senior class vtee president Jim 
Jacobs. 

The two VBH'ers With the Most 
Bchkxil SplrK wer« football co- 
captain Fred Derring and cheery 
tMd Wilder. 

BETA Ciub president Mike Jen- 
nette and new BETA Ciub memtier 
Whitehucst places as Most Studi- 
ous. 

Four-fopt, ninfrJncher Sandy 
FVidley 4nd Jon Snead, Wl» re- 
sents hisf title, but neverthe^ Is 
a dafling little man. botli unani- 
mously deceived the vote for the 
Cutest. ' 

The 4n*8hts' Club" president, 
Harry |mith»on, and F^neM 
BttSkey snatched the goods lor 
Wittiest. -No questions here! 

Andy Bobson, youngest member 



Joy fund Heri 
Gets Slow Start 

Isn't there something that you've 
forgotten? It's Chrtetmas time and 
quite often, we forget Uie little 
^ings that mean so much. 

Contributions iKrre oune In 
slowly to the Virginia B«ch-Prln- 
cess Anne County Joy Fund sp<»i< 
sored by the Virginia B«Eich Jay- 
oees. Unless donations b^n to 
find their way to tlie Joy Fiind, i 
lot of needy families in the ei^ 
and county will not en^y the 
2u}Uday8.' ' 

Make It a point to iN^te that 
check. Itb ttirotigh your hMt of 
**reamBb^ring" that t^^ tieiAm, 
and food are distribated to screw- 
ed amiksnts wtio roilly med ^^ 
this Oirietmas. 

Mall vour check to the Virfbila 
Beach-Princess Ani» County fey 
Fund, Box 274, Vlri^la Beach. In 
case you forget that addns^ and 
your ecMtrlbutions to the Vlqfiite 
Bnai Sfn-Ne^s, or tl» Priao^s 
^ Anne Pfee^Press. 
i If aaM AawM| 

* *Fred A. Havcox ...W«W 

Meeoty of Cap*- J- C. Monfort lOJft 
Mr. and Mrs. Janes O. 

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to Itanoty of J«^ Sumterf a0.00 
KMActM W. Mtaridg* 

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Mrs. Hincy A-Qopiaft ... 



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of the Virginia Professtonal Photog- 
raphers' Assn., and cheerleader co- 
captain and Teentoner Faye Cop- 
pedge were elected Most Talented. 
Oral Lambert's ushering fellow 
nominees from the room captured 
ior him the Best Mannered pcMil- 
tkm. Pretty Hoify Cdnrad, AnnuiA 
Art l^tor, rtgbtfully etHmid thH 
ffemsle 8p<rt. ' 

Playboy Billy Deans antf peppy 
Debbie Reynolds, BETPA Ciub vice 
preslHent and Infter^tiadal Bel»> 
ttonw Cjiyilt,^yJaftaa'N|:^n!? ^*^ 
tors. 

The FriendllesrBby? Why, husky 
football co-captate Mike S^tflding, 
naturally. Ever-.smtling MarthsBeu 
was voted FrleniMient Girl, 

Last, but 1^ least, Senior cl^s 
treasurer Jt^ny Rtee and Inter- 
national Relations Club secretarif 
Carole Ramey placed top for thf 
coveted title of Most pepenctehk^. 
- CongratiHatkms to ytiu from the 
rest of the class. May you fill you^ 
pot»iUoYUi yell. 

New Directors 
Elected by C of C 

Eight new directors of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Chan^ber of Conn 
merce have •been elected- to t^vee 
year terms, according to Chamber 
Director Richard B. Keeley. 

The new directors are James G. 
Kontaparios, HerberC A. fUSit^3r^ 
Albln R. Mailhes, Rufus .Kight, 
Harold B. I^ellam, Mi*. Grace 
Laxton.' R. IM^^JPage and Reld 
Ervin. ^^^ 

The eight new directCHV wfll be 
r^ognized at the Chamber of Com- 
merce annual dinner to be held In 
tlfit Convention Center on the night 
of December 8. 

Curtis Brooks, assistant manager 
of the Norfolk Chamlier of Com- 
merce, is listed as the principal 
speaker. 

Reservations for the dinner 
should be made through the Chun- 
l»r office at GA 8-1922. The dinner 
is $3JjO per person. 



Rifpanto Prwid^iit 
Of P. A. Rurilam 

Maury Riganto was elected presi- 
dent of the Princess Ajine Ruritan 
Club Tuesday nii^t at a special 
ladles night dinner-meeting of the 
club held at the Cavalier Hotel. 

Riganto along with other new 
officers were installed by Frank 
W. Kellam, a past president of 
Ruritan National and a memt>er of 
the Princms Anne Club. 

Other ofneers elected Tiw«lay 
night Include Richard Absotom. 
vice president; Peter HolUmd III. 
secretary; Joe Murdm, ft^asurer; 
Dan Townes, sergeant-at^rms; Roy 
,DeHart, Tommy Tomko. Jack Mai- 
bon and Frank Williams, members 
of the board of directors. 

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Cgntpiissianer May OffkiaUy Opens Pacific Avenue 





Lack of Water May SorioHsly 
ttaniier Virginia VEcononic fwm 



Tlie SlJrtecnth Annual (invention 
of the Virf^nUi Road Builders As- 
sociation opened Wednesday at the 
Cavalier Hotel and will continue 
through Saturday mornlag. 

John M. %titi<3i of Virginia 
Beach and president of Abim and 
Webb, Inc. Is pre8id«» of Xbmvmi 
buUders ftoup. Brattan stated 
Wedas8)lay 4hat VU^tlnla Hl|to«r 
Commisskmer Smuel D. Wkf wlu 
address tl» group Friday nH 

Bntten aim listed GeneiSliA 
8s, e^utlve, 



Virginia H^hway Ccmimissioner SamiM) D. May is shown above as he snipped the red rit^n 
officially opening the new Pacific avenue here last Monday morning. Looking wi is a group of 
Federal, State and City officials along with prominent local business leaders. (Bokn; nioto.) 



Conaissioner Rlay Officiaily Opens Pacific Avenue 
To Public; City Officials and Citizens Are Praised 



state Highiiny Commissioner 
Samuel D. May clipped the tradi- 
tional, red ribbon Monday morning 
to officially open the new ftKilflc 
avenue to the pubHc. A gro6p of 
Federal, State anct City officials 
aknq; with public minded cttiaens 
stteMled the brief ceremony, 

OMnmlsstoner May told the 
gathering "that Virginia BeMh b 



Hm SunAsy 




recognlased throughout the nation 
as an outstanding community." 

"No city in Virginia of compar- 
able size can match your most 



Honored 




Association, as anoti^ sp^oii 
veil as H. H. I^rrt^ WKciMv 
assistant to CommbsiofAl^ Ma|r« 

Voliiteer Fire 
fireuii Sponsore 
Cbristmas Show 

The Virginia Beach Volunteer 
Fire Department will sponsor a 
joy land exposition at the Conven- 
tion Center December 15 thru 20. 

According to exposition producer 
flaiph P. Flannigan, this will mark 
the first time that a Christmas 
Show of this magnitude has been 
put on In Tidewater. Piannigan, 
« naUve- of -^Norfolk, haa prodwMd 
comparable lUiows throughout the 
country and last year produced the 
mammouth exposition in the domi- 
nk-an repubHs. . —■■ ' 

ate Qi«ie hig^Ughts of Uie lo<ai 
show wltf be* Thb-ty Foot Christ- 
mas Tree irom No*a S<»tia which 
will be erecttd in the Center of the 
Dome. The entire convention e«iter 
Will be decorated as a Christmai 
wonderland. There will be rides and 
games for the children and the 
ktbby will feature a, lari^ nativity 
scene. There will |>e two stage 
shows diUly featuring Caroline 
Anderscm's Cliristnias Ral^it Show. 
Santa Claus will be thre in person 
to greet all the kiddles. 

Tlclwts tor the J<^ Bxposkion 
may be obtaiiMd frwn any member 
of the Volunteer Fire Depaitment 
or at the Door. Admission Is 50 
cents and chUdren under 12 will be 
admitted free If accompained by 
a parent The J<^land Sxposltton 
will be opesi daily fnMn 1.-90 to 
lOao December 15 thru 20. 



Auction Sale 
Here Teiight 

The Neeoiid aamnl fyi|||^i4a 
ReR<|t R0tar> t'Isb au^Nl Mdk) 
to scheditled to be hell in Mm 



hattt year the Rotary Cisb 
tmAtraWA fMr nuctMn sale and, it 
waN no |»o|>iiis^ that the clsb hsN 
decHM l«i nutke H an uRnsal 
event. 

Tb^ pnbik- in idiAted to the 
Hale. A. B. Trews ^nd W. J, 
"Billy" llekker are Nerving a« 
nt-ohalrnien of (he fUA<*. 



ambitious accoropUshment and 
others with several times your 
population have never seriously 
considered such an undertaking," 
May continued. 

The Highway CoromlMlOner told 
the crowd of the history of the 
Pacific avenue project, of the 
cifange in plana from one-way to a 
two-way thorwifhfers. 

Commissioner U^ spek* of the 
tremendous drainage piMse <tf the 
preset and its eost of tm^jOOO. He 
also s{M>fce of the Mne work of the 
city in .securing tile rights of way 
^n6 cost to the ili«if of to tito 



. hstro- 
(iiMM>d Skfney Kellam. who Intro- 
duced May and the Rev. Charles 0. 
Kidd of the Virginia Beach Meth- 
U4lisi Church a^k^ the Invocsttsf . 
Foltowing the brief ceremony 
held at the corner of 19th street 
and Pacific coffee and refresh- 
ments were served in the Conven- 
tion Center. 



Ij»ck of water — may !a»rlously 
hamper Virginia's economic pro- 
gress the SUte Soli Conservation 
Committee warned today. 

Observrtg that no resource , is 
less appreciated, and more mis- 
understood than water, the Com- 
mittee, in a 112 page report isstuH! 
today, urged a coArdinated long 
range study of the Stale's surfa'* 
water re.sources. 

Ground water data is lacking for 
TO percent of Virginia, the Com- 
Tiltle« rpiiorted. noting that 6 out 
if 10 Virginians de^tend upoA 
•ground water to supply their needs. 

In a«ldltion to tlie demands of 
la gmwing population. VirglnUi 
must al.so meet an ever expanding 
Industrial nee<l, which may increasa 
by as much as one billion gallons 
a day within 10 years, the Cf>mmll- 
tee declared. 

In Its comprehensive survey of 
water problems and resources, the 
Committee also . . . urged that 
every well dug In Tidewater Vi^ 
glnia be reporie<l to State author!- 1 
ties In order that neces.sary geolos?i- 
cal information may be compiled; 
warned of the nece.s.slty of cooijero- 
tlve, long range planning hy muni- 
ci|Uti areas to asure ade<]uaie future 
water supplies; suf^ested a number 
of farm practices that may be used 
to conserve water and retard ero- 
sion. 

IncliRled in the Report are more , 




Cancer Society 
Honors Local 
ftosoareb Unit 



At a special coffee n^^^ heid 
at the Convention Center, the PWn- 
^sg Aniw Unit. J UaMW^n OVpl^ 
lacl^y re^HP^MM jM>4a«M i^ 



than 40,6fl5 Virginia farmers, wh^ 
have applied .qoU fon-'^rvation 
tices to their fariRs emhmc 
more than 6,<>oo.ooo aeNi^lii 
post 10 years. These eff#fl» M 
made under the Soil Conse^Vatf 
Olstrk-ts prt^ram. Iiegvm In If 
The Committee's Report also pW- 
riointetl major water proWem.« 
to be tacit led, as outlined by 
(Msens in communities across 
State. PfoblMW Included lnsu« 
lent storage capacity: Inadeqvs 
conservation practlemi; and strei 
flow. The iociil inventory of wa| 
problems, started In iftfST, was hat< 
lo«lay by I^l^gate John H. Dani 
Chairman of the S^te Soil 
wrvation Committee, sA evi^^ 
of growing "water eMtsctousn«i| 
among Vlr^lam,^ * , M 

But, he warned. Qito essentl^ 
pubUc awareness ttf water problenip 
must be accelerated in the yeafi 
ahetil. The public muK reoiNKnite 
Its vital Hi»M in presenrinig and 
tmpi'oving this "sperkllng i^ft ot 
MMire.". ' -. . 

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LOTT ELECTED TO 
HEAD BOY SCOUTS 

At the annual meeting of the 
Prtne^n Anat-V^gb^ B&tsb Dis- 
trict, Boy smuia of America. Mr. 
^W^ Lou <lf aeo Boltolink Drive. 
Virgtaite Mtm^ wis ^H^d C^uir- 
non for 190t. thb is the third year 
f«- Mr. LoU te this offtee. Efi^ted 
u Vice Chairmen were Mr. John 
A. Holland. 324 Maderia Rd., Bay- 
side, Va. and Mr. U. A. Saiiwasser 
of Lynnhaven. 

Mr. Donald R. Hunt of Carnarvon 
IMve, HMfelk was niMninated to 
anre a sectmd y^r as the DIstrkt 
OnnnilMtener. 

Tlie Hon. JuNdge Robert S. Wahab, 
Jr., fAmSrmn of the nombitlng 
comnittee, in i»«wntii9 the pro- 
posed roster of irfficers, emphasized 
the ta^ortaiMie <^ the work done 
by the iMdes in the Boy Soouta (d 
Autaifm. He pcdnted otrt that na- 
tlMid sti^isties show Vb»t. 47 J% of 
tte arresta i» criminal oHenses 
ivere ot boys under elghteeB ynrs 
of afe. 



BI8H0P PAUL GARBF.K 

lletbodistMfiii 

in 
Specif Service 

QishOp.. Paul yGarber, Presiding 
Bishop of the Richmond Area of 
The Methodist Churcl?, will deliver 
the sermon at a special Service to 
be held at the Methodist ^hurch in 
Virginia Beach on Sunday' Decem- 
ber .6, at 11K)0 a.m. Bishc^ Garber 
will also officiate at the laying of 
the cornerstone for the new Chapel 
and Education Building which is 
now under construction. \ 

The laying of the cornerstone 
which will follow the morhing serv- 
ice, will mark the achievement of 
pfahs which have l>een under way 
for many months to meet the ever 
increasing need for educational 
facilities for this congregation 
which is one of the fastest growing 
churches in this area. fThe new 
building will contain fadlities for 
a cqipplete program of education, 
recreation ami social activities and 
will represent an experiditure of 
more than two hundred 'thousand! 
dollars. 

Many of the lay leaders as well 
as the clergy of this district will 
attend this service. The public 1« 
cordially invited to share in thi 
sedvlce. 

Dr. Joseph Johnston is Sunerin- 
tendent of the Norfolk DIstrfct. Mr. 
H. B. Kellam is the Chfirmaa of 
the Official Board of the Vfrginia 
Beach Methodist Church and The 
Reverend Charles O. Kidd is the 
Minister. 



Two Teenage Boys Admit to 
Holly Rd Property Damage 



Two teenage boys have admitted 
taking part In vandalkim that re- 
sulted in damage along a one-mile 
stretch ot Holly road Oct. 20, Chief 
Reeves E. Johnson said Tuesday, 

The youths, one 14 and the other 
15, are students at Virginia Beach 
High School. One lives Jn Btrdneck 
and the other in Virginia Beach 
proper. 

Johnson said the youths could 
give no apparent reason for the 
destruction. Pillars at the entrance 
to tJje Cavalier were pulled down, 
bird batiig and flower urns turned 
over* city traffic signs destroyed 
and 10 mailboxes (temaged or 



wrecked. 

The youths had been visiting 
friends in Bay Colony and were 
returning to their homes, on foot 
at the time the de«truCtlon oc- 
curred. Police will draw petltkins 
asking for a preliminary investiga- 
tion for juvenile court action. 

Johnson said damage caused by 
a car driven across the greens of 
the Princess Anne Country Club 
on the night of the Holly road 
destruction wad not attributable 
to the two youths. 

The boys will be charged with 
destroying private and public 
property. 



ffHS, pi 

^rifiited her thanks and pral!M>d 
rMnf. \ysa Bliiey, chairman., and 
Hffl- J. towGrWDM-y and Mi«. George 
lihipp. o^chalrmen, fo^ an out- 
standing Job in conducting the 
program In Princess Anne County 
and Virginia Beach. Cards of ap- 
piWiatlon wew presented to all 
thofte active In this undertalcing, 
which undouMSdly will contribute 
much to the direction of future 
cancer research. 

.Mr. Fred Haycox, crusad^ chair- 
man, stated that, in reviewing the 
recoi-d and contributions as a Iraalth 
agency to this community, the 
Princess Anne Unit has met every 
challenge and more than fulfilled 
Its responsibilities to the people 
served. 

As a part of the general progrvnt. 
a new puhlle education film wa> 
shown. "Horizons of Hope" pre- 
sents the cancer research story In 
a most interesting and informative 
manner, Mrs. l^o Olgila. public 
etiucation chairman, said that thi.>« 
film, a new addition to the local 
unit's library, would be suitable 
for showings at any club, organiza- 
tion or Interested group. Anyone 
desirous of presenting a program 
on cancer research, please contact 
Mrs. Brows, executive secretary, 
at the office, 2003 Pacific avenue 
or phone GA 8-4151. 



Postiiaster Is 
Pleased en Earlf 

IWi^vttiil 

Commenting on tte eitotllent i|f 
ramMC to his "Mall Birly ^ 
dtristanaa** Campat^. PostKaa'taff> 
H. S. My^« said today. "A ^pvA 
(kwl diipends da the CQi^iwnrtkM ft 
our pibfiHtis durii^i the neat tin 
days tf we are to reach oiu* flsal 
of having .'«very Christm«g 0ti 
packagt «s(l <nrd delivered b^n 
Christmas Bye." 

He omthMWd, *V you will talM 
Just a Iftye extra aire with yom 

yau'tl aVotd dtsa^ptMntliMl It-fa 



Cancer Unit Workers Get Together 



CaKAV HUDGE njLn. • 
Ml^m 'TODAV AT 3 PJf. 

Great Bridge Oiepter, D.A.R., 
will meet Thursday, December 3, 
at 3 p.m. at the Guild House. Chrl* 
and St. Luke's Church, comer 
Boi»evain and Stockley Gardens, 
Norfolk. 

The prop-am itoeme will be 
American Mntici 




This is a stxat of IocmI CuK»r unit wori»»i at a recent meetii^ oi the Princes Anoe UnU trf 
the American C$aKet Society held in Uie CooventkJB Center tore. Left to right, Mn. Paul Do^s, 
{N-esident; Mr. Fred A. Ha^x. Cmisxt Cnmde cbairmao; aod Mn. Oew^ O. Shtfip, Mn. J. D. 
Gn§ory and Mrs. Leo BUley. (Boice Photo.) 



load, hirt utiles* everywe si 
the mailing of Christmas canfe 
gift packages Imnifdiatfly. »mn» 
of them niay not in- dellveriNI he^ 
fore rhriHtma.s. 

The Postmaster also emphaxlze^ 
the need for .vour special copen^ 
tlon In making sure that yoir r# 
turn address and the reclpiet^ 
address are plainly written on m 
Christmas card envelopes and paM| 
age labels. Be sure to u-w sM^ 
numtiers. aivl It's always a gmM 
idea to include an extra label Ul' 
side your packages rarrying yi^ 
name ami address and that; ttS U|i 
recipient. 

Because Parcel Pt^t sfata 
weight limitatians vary acc%4« 
to destination, be sure to ask 
them when ytm' go ' to ^ie<»:Pof| 
Office to buy M^npS. ' • ' 

Spealving of stamps, the 'Pos^ 
master pointe<l out that if yw^ al« 
ways itm four cent Ptrst vUai 
postage on your Christmas c^l^ 
they will be deliveretl promptly 
and forwairded or returned, tf 
necessary, providing ymf, include 
your name and iMrm. <m the 
Christmas card fnvek^^ 

When you call at the f^ MfkA 
be sure to ask for free labels i^I^ 
read, "All for Out of To«^ Dw 
livery" and "AH Ftor Local Delfc 
very." Place these Uthels an ta^l* 
\es of Christmas cufds ^ mm 
addresses and those f^ a#Nlfft 
town destinatloiM. It will heta^ toOtr 
if you will mail your ouUmitmti 
ChristnuH cards several iteys \m 
advance of those Intended for <^ 
livery to nearby points. 

Postmaster Myer« said, TH* 
especially appreciate the C(X>pera* 
tion of all business firms to poet* 
pone the mailing of eireulafs and 
catalogs until after DedWnber 2.1th 
to keep the malls clear for the 
Chrtetmas rush." 

Beginning December 14. .servlesi 
windows at the Post Office will be 
open from 8:*) a.m. to ?;36 p.nii' 
You can avoid the noon hour and 
late afternoon lines at tht windows 
by mailing your packages either 
before 10 a.m. or between 1:30 and 
3.'W p.m. 

The Postmaster especilJUr «u?ges 
you to get your out-of-state |»ck- 
»geB into the Post OMce within 
the next few days and to do ever^ 
thing possible to mail all (rf youi* 
Chrtatoias gifts for k>eal d^very 
by December 10th and ywir Qirlst* 
mas cards to nearby poihts by at 
least a week before Chrlsttius. 



ANGLERS CLUB TO 
HOLD SECOND MEET 

An organizational mcetfngof the 
proposed Virginia ^adi Ai^ra , 
Club will be held, Thursday nighty - 
December 3rd, SKW p.m. 'at tft*' 
Convention Center. . ' 

All persons intemted In prunot;- 
ing the sport of angUi^ in tiM V: 
ginia Beach ar^ sv« la^pd to ^ 
tend. Prop^Kd by-laws vlU te 
voted on and Jetton ist oMMrs 
held. 



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HERBERT HARRELL 

is holding open house 
and his fifth 

Christmas Show 

ON SUNDAY. DECEMBER 8th 
from 2:00 P.M. to lOflO 9JI. 

Herhert Harrell 



Becomes Bride of 
PaulILPlatta 

KW:NT0N, NC. *- Mlp ShMiy 
©iripe Harrellead U. (J«.) 1fm\ 
Klnj^k'X flatti, UHNt. were iiir- 
ricd Saturrlav^ Nov^ 21 In ^e 
R<x!ky HfX'k Baptist Churefc. 

The Kev. Thurman Aiired offici- 
ated. 

The bride i« the daui^ter ^ Mr. 
and airs. Isaac Letter Hamll of 
Edenlon. The bridegroom is the 
wm of Mr. and Mrs. PhfUipe Kingii- 
ley Platts of Fort Heree, |T«. 

Given m marriage by her father, 
the bride wore a floor len^^b ^«N| 
of bridal lace o«Mr fM«u de aoie 
satin. Her veil of French illuslQiQ 

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Personal AAention 

Mrs. F. A. Van Patten had as ent«, Mr. and Mn. J. C. AMIngton, 

at their imlE m (N««lM^ R<M<1- 



licr house fM0t4 Usi ^ ISj^ka- 
glvlng bolldajii, her »Werr|fcra. 
iiugll D. McBiliB of ygonler. W. 
«H| li«r aunt. I»ik ^iert Pik« ^ 
•hrboro, N.C. 

Mr. and Mm. WIIHmi h. Olttiam 
Jr. left Saturday frwn Norfolk 
tiioand ttie. m ai^en^*^ foe a 
Nio weeks esttiw to Utt WeM 

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Myem of Nortolk.^ 
Foitowing the cmmmea a rewiWR 

tlon was glv«) in \^ fWl tt^^^ 
Community buikttl# Aller a W^ 
m% M to «raMiH» YMMH. «Nk 
■mmli aritt ee^aa ek l»3 HuA 

1MlaTi|y^ 

Eldttnge Vows 

M^ TheilnM E«rle Yon wMI 
Lonnie fttelMied VlRmt* mad* tfteir 
marital pledges before the Rev. 
4. B, Blaujnt. 

Vim SwMl^y, N«v. :^ cerenaoay 
took place at the Kempsville Bap- 
tist Church, 

rue tattle hi ike di»ii|Wat of i^ 
and Mr«. Jo* Bw Yoi^ Of DrtMewe 
Anne County and the bridegroom 
la the ma (4 Mr- m<i Un. PmL 
:!«iClate Ifogfe ol Norfolk Oewiay. 

Khr. Yon geve bbi dMchter in 
nMrri^fie. She wore ii wMte flaiwel 
suit and carried a bMiimttt ol btfi^ 
gladioli on her mble. 

Ml»8 QienOa Kraus, maid of 
h^nor, wore a btlue sU and carried 
a Iwuiiuet of (all Qowera. 

Best man for }ix. Hogge was 
John Scott. Ushers were Roiiert 
Yon, the brlfJe's brother %nd 
Robert Hitohens. 

A reception was held In the 
church social h«ll. Mr. and Hrs. 
Hogge wlH reside in ^orft)lk, 

EleaiiorDilkm, 
T* CL Bwnldson 
Esduu^ Vows 

ASHLAND— Mtes Eleanor PesOtr 
Dillon of Virginia Beach «iid 
Thomas Christian Haroldson ol 
East Detroit. Mich., were married 
Saturday at 4 p.m. ^^ 

mie Itev. mrriB Kmiw 1^9* 
ftorroed the ceremony at the home 
of tiK' bribe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Edward Dillon Jr.. In the presence 
of the Immediate families and a 
few ctose frleiwfc. 

Mr. Haroldson Is the son of Mrs. 
Grace Haroldson of East Detroit 
and the late Archie Haroldson. 

Mr. Dillon gave his daughter In 
marriage. She wore a street length 
drees of whlte-belge peau de sole 
with a ChantiUy lace bodice, match- 
ing hat and veil. She carried a 
while orchid with streamers on 
her prayer book. 

Miss Amaada Nottingham Dillon 
of Virgittia Beach was her sijiter's 
onlv Mlenc)an(. 

l^enaeth Goodwin of Virginia 
Beach was best man. 

A reception at the Dillon home 
Iplktwed the ceremony. After a 
northern wedding trip, the couple 
win live at 211 SLst St., Virginia 
Beach. 



H. Warfleld Leeke Jr.. a stud«nt 
at the Univcntty of V^ifi^ sMt 
the Thanksgiving holiday wee&nd 
with hl» para^ts, Mr. wd Mrii |l. 

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Jennings Bryan Tlllett aMi the>lii^ 
Mr. Tillett. The hrtdbgMOw'a pu* 
ents are Mr. and Mw. WUiMp A. 
WllUams of Nags Head! ^^ 

Wilber Daniels of Norfolk gave 
his nie<» in nwrrll^fe. Vet urtnceaf 
f9wii of whtt* aMi|>, mqtbM nMm 
aiwMHhNis ql !•«•» eirtMKtod Uiift 
a chapel train. Her fingertip v^U, 

o{ Fvm^ Wmim wu afraam^ 

tn>m « telS^al 9| acMn Irtwml 
with lace mec^lions. She carried a 
ca^ade of cvoaUgsis aad oceb^. 
Miss Dianne tlHett, sister of Khfi 
bride, was maid of honor. The. 
ferMwiOtaWa we^e Miss ^km Bruce I 
^urndy of MMleo. NC, wad IMw 
Laura Joan Danieia. 



was beM m^B- Tm irVMMiiiwn 
were Caft Hayes of Manteo and 
Omar Van Mardan «f Rfehnwed- 
The gpMBte Isft for a lytSem 
weddteff #p after a reec^en In 
the church social hall. They will 
H*e al t7ia W. l#ke Ave.^ Btoyslde. 
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JBIRTMS ^ 

B^. aod Mr^. Jack & Svei^n of 
LyonlM^ven annwujce the Wrth of 
their secood chU4 flrst daughter. 
Sarah Beth. Sunday. Nov. U, at 
Leigh Memorial Hen^tal. Mrs. 
llver^on is Vie (ortner Ifisa Frances 
Ann RadqUffe, daughter of Mvs. 
Roscoe L. Radcilffe of PaiU^eo, 
N.C. Mr. Everton is the son of 
Mrs. Charlie E^v^rton of ColumUia, 
N.C. and the la(e |Mr. C^nafHe 
Cverton. 



Wf*. Jasoa Mtfer 11 Y^ 1^ is 

im Cm*-, aft tt. -^m T. 
Alexandef «t (fir ^11^ m Wood 
land Drive. 



Mr. aad V«i, W; 

and sons, George and John, spent 
last weekend visiting Mr. Maser's 
parenta, Mr. and Mra. John B. 
hvOmi, 

Mr. an<) Mrs. WttUam TilUr Jr. 
aail Ufa, Q, % ^nten. ail of 
Criiporia, spent tiat wceketMl M the 











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Becomes Bride of 

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fd j»eai« A aMp and silli fhiffon 
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Mbs Awie ^Alhx Antiiii a# 
fct. (J.g.) mn H. Urwin JrT 
The rector of (^lllee Episcopal 
a Maa^ Jr 4CI)a|^.aft V^^^^a Beach, the Rev. 
BtlMufMi ItorKcley, performed the 
OMptlal iwrviee at 4^ o'clock in 
the Chapel of the Good Shepherd 
on tto Oe^na Naval Air Station. 

«|l» 4*a. A. A. Antrivi. imk 
(i^.>, and Mr*. Antrim are par«^ 

SUM W0k. Ms* aB4 Mo. Maec? 
racm oT^eedham. IJtaaa., are Uy 
brl(tegroom'e paints. 

Given in mintage by h^' K|tliert 
the bride wns gowned In satin and 
•chantilly tece and wore a crown 
made frwn her family's heirloom 
Iwe. Uer bridal bou^uM waa a 
cascade of fleur d'anv>ur and steph- 
anotis eeeierea irtth i^Ma tnjiter. 
fly roses. 

Mrs. James Edward McKenna of 
Firtis Church was her sister's honor 
attendant and Miss Margot Lewlton 
of New York City was bridesmaid. 
They carried floral bouquets in 
autumn tones. 

Lt. Wlllard ChrlRtian Strlsgler, 

USN, wag t^at man and groom)>- 

rhen were Lt. (j.g.) Robert Charles 

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hava bean residkig In Ckarlottes- 
i|^e^ 9P4 re^cM^ vi^il^ Mrs. 
tm'* n«»ke», Mrs. UsUe 7. Ter- 
rett on S4th St., have moved to. 
I^r new honae in Mampton. 

Mr. «id Mrs. & OcmracI Utite 
had as Uielr house oi^Bta for the 

lars, Mn. PN» Mwlft fticllei^ 
Miss ^te^ielli iMe both of New 
Xork C*t3E and thai*- son. Pater 
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Reeves Johnsons 
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Mr. and Mm. f^avaa K. .tohnson. 
wJ» were w c aa a i y 'warrtedr, eirtw-* 
tained at a (»^rtail pw^ WedMe- 
day nj|^ at th* ^^derbtrd 
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Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and 
MRi. Gaai^ E. Ward, canie from 
St. Catiiarines. Onl, C^^t^ for 
'the ooeaakw. 

son aad daughter-in-law, Mr. and 
Mrs. F. Frank Sffiith, Jr., In Sara- 
Mta. FU. 

V- P. Flntey III, a student at 
lUm{^n-Sj(4»»y Oo^iife^ spent 
the Thanm^ng ll0lilday«> with his 
parents, Mr. aad ^s. L. D. Flnley 
Jr., at their tumvt on Ave. e;. 



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Mr. and Miw. {i. \m ^emm m^^^ 
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Mr. and Mrs. James E. Drews 
of Lotulon Bridge announce Uie 
birth o^ their Hrat chiW. a dauiH'- 
ter, Traced Hod^s. on Nov. 12 at 
De Paul Hospital. Mrs. Drews Is the 
form^ Miss Barbara Jan Hodges, 
daughter of Mrs. Edna H. Vatiinef 
and the laie Capt. George D. 
Modges. Mr; Drews is tSe son of 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Drews of 
Hickory. 



Dr. aa<l m%. Harrison a Br^wx 
Jr. of New York City announce the 
birth of their second child, second 
aoo, Steven H^law»y, on Wednes- 
itay. Nov. 23 at the New York 
Hospital. .Mrs. Brows is the former 
.Misn JHMaJie Lewl^er, daughter 
si Mr. «id Mrs. Jules Lewincer nf 
Miami, Plik De^ Wewtim % ^le sea 
of y^. aad Mixi.' H. O. Urown i4 
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Mon, thru Frl. 10 a.ro- 'Ui 9 p.tn. 
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B)iT0«AU1ft SNEAKING 



Paeific Avenue— A Milestone 



In the words of Mayor Frank A. Dusch 
the "new Pacific Avenue marks a milestone 
in the history pf Virginia Beach.'* These 
were the words uttered by Mayor Dusch at 
the official ceremony opening Pacific Ave- 
nue the past M<»iday morning. 

The new street is indeed a milestone and 
is probably the greatest single advance- 
ment made in this community since the 
construction of the concrete seawall back 
in 1 927, Pacific Avenue as we have it today 
completely changes the appearance of Vir* 
ginia Beach. 

Th^ improvement project to Pacific ave- 
nue v^asa great urxiertaking and this fact 
was nott^ by State Commissioner of High- 
ways Samuel D. May in a brief talk made 
just before he clipped the red ribbon signi- 
fying the dedication of Pacific Avenue lo 
public use. 

Commissioner May paid high compli- 
ment to the City of Virginia Beach and to 
its citizens for the fine accomplishment in 
the, building of Pacific Avenue. Commis- 
sioner May said "no city in Virginia of com- 
parable size can match your most ambitious 
accomplishment and others with several 
times your population have never seriously 
considered such an undertaking." 



Commissioner May paid high tribute to 
officials of the City of Virginia Beach for 
their fkie cooperation through the planning 
and cwntruction steg^ erf P«:ific Avenue. 
He also praised the city for Hs farv/ard 
thinking in securli^ ^\e rights of way for 
the new street wi11i<x^t cost to the Stat« or 
Feder'^l <5overnni^er^. 

, lnt»^remarks Cofnmissiof^r May also 
tmciwd on othw highway projects in the 
study or planning st^pe. He noted that the 
next stip in this m9% would i» to complete 
the four l«ie Shore Oive to tM Lynnlva^^n 
^tdge and that soon afler that he en- 
v»kmed another bridge at lynnhaven and 
a four lane highway from Lynnhaven 
Bridge to Atlantic boulevard in North Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The approximately two miles of four lane 
divided highway as Pacific Avenue is today 
costs slightly less than one million dollars, 
according to (Jiommissioner May. This cost 
is borne by the City, State and fcobral 
governments. 

The new Pacific avenue is truly a mite- 
stone in the history of this great aw3l grow- 
ing city. We congratulate the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach on this accomplishmerH. 




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Bast SeUers 
Reeeivedby 
Public Library 

Best sellers thai have been re- 
ceived in the L.ibrary during the 
put week Include: 

'Boot No More. Robert Ruark; The 
Detil's Advocate, Morris 1- Weitt; 
Geffiini. William Keiley: Act One, 
Moss Hart: My Brother Was An 
Only Child. Jack Douglas; This Is 
My God, Herman Wouk; The Cave, 
Robert Penn Warren; Advise and 
Consent, Allen Hrury; Dear B«ast, 
Nawcy Hale; Hawaii. James A. 
Michener; The Darlcness and The 
Dawn, Thomas B. Costaln; The War 
Lover, John Hersey; Peter The 
First, Alexey Tolstoy; The Lotus 
Eaters, Gerald Green; The Art of 
Llewelyn Jones, Paul Hyde Bonner. 

The Golden Book Encyclopedia 
has also been received, a set of six- 
teen books combined in eight 
volume. This encyclopedia is parti- 
cularly recommended for the use 
of young grade sctuwl children. 
This set of books was donated by 
the Virginia Beach Chapter of the 
Pilot International Club. 

Again, patrons are reminded that 
the hours the library is open to the 
public are as follows: 

Tu«day, Wednesday and Thurs- 
day — 2K)0 p.m. - 8:0 pjn. 

Priiday and Saturdi^ — 19M 
».m. ' 3:00 p.m. 

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Norton 
had as their house gue^e 0^mt Uie 
Thanksgiving holida|», itM. Nw^ 
ton's brother and slster-in4aw, Mr. 
«nd Mrs. Howard Harrell ^ chil- 
dren, BiAch and Judy, from Oxford, 
N.C. 



Community Chapel Soroptimist Tkkt 



Changes Tune 
Of Services 

The Murphy Community ti^apel 
which has Ijeen holding s^^viw-s 
every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. 
oB route Ki3. Oceana, ad JarMg, ip 
The Oceana Apartment*, has criln||- 
fd the-time for the services Ut ^un^ 
day^lrternoons at 2 p.m., iegli|||K^ 
Sunday, November 29th, lf).5f). '^ ' 

Dr. W. L. Murphy of Oceana is 
miniister of the Chapel, which was 
Organized this fall, and would ap- 
preciate the loan or gift of a piatip 
for its services. Dr. Murphy can be 
contacted at GA 8^63& 



BOOKMOBILE 
SCHEDULE 

Thurhday, Dec. 3rd — Creed** 
10:00 a.m. • noon; I^vnnhavcn Vill- 
age, Eastern Park and PInewood 
Gardens, 1:30 p.m. ■ 3:00 p.m. 

Saturday, Dec. 5tn — Havside 
Shopping Center, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 
p.m. 

Tuesday, Dec. 8tn — Prince's'* 
Anne Court house, 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 
a.m.; Acredale, 12 noon - 2:00 p.m ; 
Kempsville, 2:15 p.m. ■ 4:00 p.m. 



Cooke School 
Yttle ft-ogram Set 

AH (iM''«Ms ane ut-ged to atten<l 
Ml» aniiwil Chrlstinati prvgraw of 
tlie W. T. Oeke Ekenwitaiy Seliool 
Parent-Teartwr Asaodation which 
will be |»-w«ited by the Glee Club 
untfer tiM afelvcU<m of Mis& Virgin^ 
Cousins at 8:00 p.m. December 7. 

A reception will follow in the 
school cafetria. 



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Annual United 
Nations Trip 

A (innhmind h\i^ wlUi 3.5 ftSB- 
sengci 8 #>ll leave NorfbUt W^4nw- 
day mornlnf?, Decembo|r gnrf, for 
New York to attend W»€ Unlte<l 
Nations Assembly on Thursday, 
Thosp $t*n#fere Vbl^. llim-y Te«gAf 
president, Mm. Slffiev Bi'-itt, Mi* 
Hubert Jordati, .MlMDora irfi^^d, 
.Mrn. .Mary A. Devereax, Mm. Itosa- 
lind .McGlinchv, Mrs. W. G. Tw»- 
pie. Mr.H. H, ll, llarrell, Mrs. Al- 
berta Johnson, Mrs. W. C. Kuts. 
Mrs. Riilph Johnson, Mi*. Mai^ V. 
Cox, Ml.ss Agne.« Uirsch, Mrs. J. P. 
Overton. .Mrs. V. R. Gilbert. Mrs. 
Nellie La.scara. Ml?s Sallle Rudolph, 
Miss Margaret Rogers, M4s Cornelia 
Rogers, Mis Jactjueline Midgette, 
Mis Peggy Rrockman, Mrs. R. M. 
Jamison, Mrs. C. H. Richardson, 
Mr.H. William C. Glea.^on, Mi-s. Bur- 
ton Edwards, Mrs. E. C. Wh*t€, Mrs. 
C. S. I^entz, MIhs Marie 9«mm, llr». 
Nella Tucker, Miss KlizabeUi Kuhl- 
man. Mrs. Ethel Rittmaa. Mrs. EU 
Perkins, Mrs. John Addesbj^, Mrs. 
Millard Savage, and Mr. baftHi 
.Schofield. 

The group will all slay at the 
Sheraton-Astor Hotel white In New 
York, returning to Norfolk on Sun- 
day. 



Fire Calii 



FroM Mun„ November 31, 

Nun., .November 2ii, IL 

M<»iday, Nov. 2;j — 10:43 ajn. — 
Electric yt:A(\ 1'07 • Ttith Street- 

Mou^\ , Nov. 23 — 5*1 |IJB. •— 
C«t t^ tree. „'02 • 69lh WL 

Tuehday. Nov 24 — 13:i§ twn. — 
CMl stove. 200 BIk. 23rd it 

Tuesday, Nov. 2\ — 3:41 fJHk. -*• 
House trailer, Tralngle t^ler Ct. 

Wednesday, Nov. 2,"» — MM *.m. 
— House, sist and Pacific Ave. 

Satm>dav. Nov, 28 — MS pjn. — 
Ga.s Leak.' 40<) ■ 23nd St!^*«. 

SuiKl.ty. Nov. 20 — 4J0 p.m. — 
Smoke h( are. 200 lUk. 17ti« Strfi-l. 



Art AssociatiiNi 
To Present 
^Adventure in Art' 

The Virginia Beach Art Asiiocia- 
tlon Is offering a cultural movie, 
"Adventure in Art," Wednesday, 
December 9th at 8:1, "i p.m. In the 
Virginia Reach High Scbool audi- 
torium. NaiTated by Vincent Price, 
Henry Fonda. Lilti Palmer, and 
Gregory Peck, this feature-length 
film Includes painting.-; of great 
artists from the 15th Century to 
the present "Adventure in Art" 
provides aesthetic enjoyjnent while 
proving that artist reflect* not only 
his own ci-eative genius, but also 
ills national backgixjund and the 
period In w hich he lives. The movie 
l.s open to the public- free of 
change. 



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Vet Service Officer 
To Visit Betch 

T. A. Moure. rn» irr officer fdi" 
veteraw and ihep- survivors, work- 
tog for the Stai'- <».vei^im»rit f,{ 

Vir^iia. wHI «:■ ut 

elisrge, on ThuiMi.i», iM-cfuirter 
lO. lfi5;», at the Virginia Beach Con- 
venUon Center, located at Pacific 
-Avenue and 19th Street, between 
the hours of U a.m. and 3 pjn. 






Rain Hampers 
FtStoiyJdy 
Fund Toy 9r1f e 

ContlhucHH rain hampered and 
cancelled the efforts of Boy Scouts, 
Fort Story personnel, and Jaycee 
volunteers during their annual Toy 
Collection Drlv^j iMt we2ketid, but 
n#t their spirits m^ diMrmlna- 
tlon. The annual drive wlU take 
ptece Saturday morMii^ in A re- 
newed effort to beneftt tiic needy 
families of Virginia ttew^ and 
Princess Anne County.' 

Scouts will be collecting old toya, 
bicycles, a:id clothes from the 
homes of Virginia Bea;'h residents, 
assisted by Fort Story personnel 
and truik-i, thi-oughout the morn- 
ing iK'ginnlrg at, 9 o'd'nk. 

Under th-.> sponsor, hip of the 
Virginia HcacH Arswew, tt» Joy 
Fand l)ri\e will canvass an area 
hf^lnning at Rwlee Iteighte and 
liit Street and ending at ffHh gt'oet. 
H«*nes in Blrdneck PoliU. Unk- 
h^n Park, «nd Bay CoIjmjc will 
ateo bv» canvaifed.. 

Pa rtlcipaltag, Scout t.>x>of^ and 
H«ir sponsiv* pret Trw^ (>(), 
PWsbyt^rl^ /,^urch; TrdOf 01, 
l^.sc«pal l^hureh; Ttoor, .109, 
CStholic Chia:cn: .inci Trouf a7,S, 
Methodist ^Wurch. 

Any lesidiaiitB who fall to rfccive 
a visit from the Scouts ixft a.^ked 
to contact the Virginia Bea^ Vim 
m^artment. Tba fir!*!^ Will 
'muke arranganientii to 
\t^v, not collect^'^ 




Robert C. Whlt^ieM, 7S,«r SoMle 
2, London Bri^. died iatwrtev Mt 
■3:ao a.m. in a Vlrginta »e«cb «••• 
pitai after • fmUmk ttineM. 

Mr. Whiidbeftd mm a mttv« aai 
lifelong re^dent of Pvinmm AMM 
County, the man. of the Wle Maf^ 
Van Buren mi Mrs, IMy lllin< 
beth Bowea WMteheMl. 

Survlvii^ are one siflter, Mrs. 
Rosa Foi^es of Nerfe^; mm -l^yc*, 
Mrs. Thomas Buntiwg d \jsmAiyn 
Bridge with who«n fie had been 
.re6ifiing;jM»d ftcveral «l^*et irfecetf 
|fld nepMfs. f »^; ' f 

Funeral seivicsEs .i¥|N« ««liduc»d 
at the Maest4S P^iteriii ffaCMi, Vir- 
ginia Beach, at S p.ie. l^mMmy by 
the Rev. W. A. RichardiM>n, pastor 
of the Gr(»t Wm4P> Baptist 
Church, Pallbearers were R. E. 
Brockett. Martin Cartwr^ht, 
Walter. Cartwright, Lloyd Smith, 
James Huntin^on, and Robert 
Huntington, Burial was In the 
Charity Methodist Church Ceme- 
tery, Princess Anne County. 

Mrs. Nannie K, Matthews Mecilln, 
87, wife of Jehn W. Modlln tA the 
Mayftower Apart^nnata, Virginia 
Beach, died at 7:20 a.m. Saturday 
after an illTiais tA aeveral nionihs. 

Mrit. ModUa was a native of 
Harrell«ville, N,C., the daughter of 
the late George M. and Lavina 
Taylor Matthews. »» had been a 
resident of Virginia B«ch for tl^e 
iwst 33 years. Mrs. UoA'hi Was 
a member of ^e FirtA Bkptist 
CSiureb, Vii^nhi feach. 

BesMeg her husband, ^ is sur- 
vived by a %&^, Dr. Qtmfgi M. 
Hodlin, pneaid^t erf the UflAven^ity 
M Richmond aiMI ^even^ Mitces 
ami it^>hews. 

The body was taken from the 
Maestas Funeral Home, V^flnia 
Beach to tike Fii^t Baptltit Ckvrch 
fw fuaeral s«^ices at 3 p.m. •«•• 
day by the Rev. H. m'adell Waters, 
MMkM-. Burial was in FM«rt Law-n 
G«netery. Norfolk. FaiHicwvrs 
were H. H. Ow«n. E. 6«v il«^Mt- 
son, K. L. J«-d, R. 8. Ford. T, E. 
Bristow. and E. T. Huta^^Hler. 

VIlLLf AM J.%Cn« NAUmitl'8 

Wiiliam Jacob Malphrus. 73, hus- 
iiand of Mrs, Gdna Bailey Mahphrus 
of 1721 Terraw Avenue, Chesa- 
peake Beach, Bays-ide, died sud- 
denly at 10:25 aon. Saturday. 

Mr. Malphrus was a native of 
RIdgelands. S.C, the son af the 
late John and Mrs. Sarah Perry 
Malphrus. He had l»een a resident 
of Princess Anne County for the 
pa.st IB years. 

Surviving in addition to his wife 
are two daughten>, Mi-s. E. C. Baze- 
more of Chesapeake Beach and Mrs. 
E. A. Page of Savannah, Ga.; two 
brothers. Earl Malphrus of New- 
town. Ohio and Seabrook Malphrus 
of Ridgelands; and six grandchil- 
dren. 

The body was sent from the 
Maestas Funeral Home. Virginia 
Beach, to the Ridgelands Funeral 
Hom«, Ridgelands, S.C, Funeral 
services were conducted Tuesday 
at 11 a.m. at the Great Swamp 
Baptist Church. Burial was In the 
church cemeterv. 



MRS. K.lTlJImi.NK H. RKBWI.NK 

Mrs. Katherlne Hogan Redwlne, 
SI, wife of Simms Redwine, died 
suddenly at 3:15 p.m. Monday at 
her home, 800 24th Street, Vh^lnla 
Beach. 1| 

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Your 

By: (RAWi V. fWMllitt 



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Kin|il«^^i«r8 CMl «a«« 
ai»d the Sodal Setwity A^K^mkiU rm 
04^ time a«i4 eicpeMe %y lUii^ 
feeder tjuarterly npmU 

t%e SocMil Sectirity A4mi»i0Un- 
t^ te re^pitM«.|y Hw !•.«>• ^t 
■ «im[^kipi w» fivyartsf 
to i^ av^ii mmm^ ac 
count nuntfier, %<•' milM fn^f&i 
postings it is n iuniiij) pm. Ole 
employer's report O Mi iiM l Ike li | <»f 
and social securitir MMitoBr aa 
shown on the workeT^i W 
n report, is filed with <^ 
■umber mjLsslng or i 

tjp4he t^ployer and 
rfttsalng iff incorrect 
If no reply Is made, a 
tive of the local ,securl 
makes a personal visit wHk |Imi 
employer In an attempt to 1 0i^Om 
the needed iftformatton. Many tliiMB 
the worker h no longer with tte 
employer, therefore, a great eleal 
of time and ^pen.se is involved ia 
securing this mformation. 

As an empl^wr, be .sure your 
employees slisw you their social 
security card*. Tlrts precaution will 
save you time tmA expense and as- 
sure the wortwr tt tne protection 
to which he is entitled. 

All employers should not hesitate 
to coritact their Social Security Of- 
fice or Field Representative for as- 
sistance and advice on methods 
obtaining correct account numi>ers 
from their employees. 



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Editor, 

Vlfflfija Beach Sun-News 
Vii^aia Beach, Virginia 
Dear Sir: 

HWe kave just completed the pav- 
i»t af Pietfic Avenue under a con- 
te»ct a^lli liie Virginia Department 
«4 Hi§j^tM^s, and want to express 
tiirmifii jwur paiK'r our appi-ecia- 
l^jUi te ^e people who have busi- 
j l iBuei alHl residences along the 
ieiigf% of the project foi' their 
i j ^ w ^M oooperalion during the 
M}<ni^ of this -job. 

tmspsslble to complete a 
Wtei^ magnitude witt#i%ff' 
ve*lMlcin^ many people, but 
W^Mt nit cooperation we had 
IMBb' i WW BTy one along this street 
the WQi^ could not have been done 
m.^mk^y and as systematically 
tn n. wip. • 

We My "thank you" to the citi- 
aem and afflrials of the City of 
Virginia Beach. 

Very truly vuurs, 
AMiS & WERil, INC. 
itAm M. Bratten, President. 



"How does the mvt^ammt ex- 
pect you to \tme on wwe iKMfKtf* 
—The above ts a eonMiM cam' 
plaint heard 1^ om- «iaiT iMeMMe 
of a mlsconeCfiyiNi ImM % hmm^ 
of the public. 

In forinuitflnK Oie m^Amemity 
program, C oHyrcin ^dM mi inteM 
i-etirement. Hnahftl^ , «r e«rvtvar« 
lienefits to Kfiaoii Bf^ate ii«v4nfs. 
Instead social «eain^ #« (o 



plement the taii% ym Ht CMwi » 
* fOMl by tawrawct nniniiiiilfi tntf 



g i Hrf to r ^wf^entiimitii. JO^ m 
AMn)4eJMM iNve aJvavs prUt4 
t HomiHv et M tta^ lli«iHw11i)iii 
and dM Itte to h»vt a %ami te 
th4>tr 0*m deetteles. 

Ob ^ «fther hand, yo«r sMial 
secfrtty tameCfts cun totm tl» 
coitierstmie far your family's 
Mcurity. In tomm oMe«, * ti^fixt 
mean the differaikce brtweee n^re 
stibnistencff an^ co^M-t. In. the 
ca.se of t^ose who have been abte 
to provide a deipiaW y fer ttielr re- 
tirement, thme MjwicMs may be 
the means l^r «<liMi laany ef tN 
plans dreamed about during tho.se 
long days behind the desk or ma- 
chine can be fulfilled. 

"Just remember, social security 
can help, but you must do the 
rest.*" 




DlTIilCATK BKIOGK CUB 
WIMMKRS ARK A.VNOUXCED 

The winners of this week's 
tournament of the Virginia Beach 
Duplicate Bridge Club which plays 
each Tuesday evening at 7:45 at 
the Dunes Motor Hotel were; 

North-south, first place. Mrs. 
E, D. Caulfleld and Mrs. Hugh 
Kitchin: second place. Mrs. Mar- 
gawt Vaughan and William Bruce; 
third ptece, .Mr. and Mrs. R. P. 
Maul. 

East-west, first place. Mrs. M. F. 
Camp and Mrs. Kirk Walsh; se^md 
place, Mrs. Marjorle Mathlas and 
.Mrs. Kathleen John.son: third place. 
Mrf. George Alcorn and Mrs. E. R. 
An^M^.\ ' ♦^ » ' * v • 

•fflgf payers are, invited. 

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1%tn« B^^ aim* 
19,301 and ttftd been a ^mmer resi- 
dent! 'or ^* P^'^t 20 years. 



Syrvivfft^ besides her hu*H*HI'fiBaartii» 



are one' stster. Mrs. Banjamln 



Md twtf iN^tker^. ima F. Hogan 
«f We«tl»w-y. L.I.. M.Y.. and 
Thomas Hogan of Flushing. 
Tip body was sent irom the 



Niirs from Galilee 
^pbeopal Church 



Aantial Congregational Meeting 
wlH tafcie place Sunday. Dec. 13 at 
W a«. A Litany Service will be 
bteld, followed by Sunday School 
8w Ifce children, and the congre- 
mMmuI meeting for the adults, 
0%cr ittan the 8 a.m. Communion 
iurl ca, ttifc will be the only .serv- 
lee ttds particular Sunday. The 
pwyc ef the Congregational 
WwtM Is for the election of the 
Vrtlfyl^ the coming year, receiv- 
Wg rtfpM%s of the various organiza- 
ttaite and oomniittees, and carrying 
sm aay b^iiiuss llu- congregation 
«ay iMve* 
C Irti l l B u l^hedule of Services 

l>ec. 13—^ p.m. Vesper Service — 
l^»y«' Cbeir of Christ and St. Lukes 
af Norfolk, Young People's Fellow- 
! aM» OirMmas Pageant. 

tIk Totnig People's Fellowship 
Wd the Women of Galilee cordial- 
ly wvMe every member of the 
congmfuUim and- friends from 
ott^ rti«i¥hes to a Vesper service 
and paf^mt. The Boys' Choir will 
sing Carols under the dircH-tion of 
Oewer J. Dberle. .M.A. F..A.G.O. 

Dec. 3), • a.m.— White Christmas 
Celebration. Advent Missionary Of- 
fertflf and White Gifts presented. 
For Diocesan Institutions {Boys 
Home, Covington, and Girls Home, 
Jarratt). Local needs met. 

Dec. 24, 5 p.m. — Christmas Eve 
Vesper Service for Children, In the 
church. 

Dec. 24, 11:13 p.m.— .Midnight 
Carol service and Holy Communion. 

Dec. 2r>, U a.m. — Christmas Day 
service, itdlv Communion. 



Alice Walston, 
L W. Whitehurst 
Engaged to Wed 

Mr. and .V'r.s. J.imes A. Walxt«»n 
announce the engagement of their 
daughter, Alice Joyce Walston, to 
Mr. Lafayette W.' Whitehurst of 
Londdn Bridge. 

Mi.ss Walstun is a 1^^ ^vduate 
of Princes An^ Hij^ St>hoel and 
is miw affiliated witfc the Annetl 
Ajrces Distrtbirting Co. 

Mr, Whitehurst is the son «ff 
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. WWBftiurst 
Sr. Me aene4 fcls tewi in the VS. 
Naw and *? now coiWiecwa W'lth 



Beach, 



BM'roughK .Adding .Machine Co. 
f^ifcruary 6, IftiO is the wedding 
Funeral Home, Virginia j d^i and' will be held at Scott 
to the Shei-w«Kl Park j M'^rlal Meihodl*t Church where 



Otto Graham Is 
Guest Speaker 
Of Sports Club 

otto Graham, the famous foot- 
ball star, will be the guest speaker 
at next Tuesday's meeting of the' 
Virginia Beach Sports Club at the 
Paramount Restaurant, a spokes- 
man for the club announced. The 
meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. 

Graham starred for Northwestern 
University and then for several 
years was the all-pro quarterback 
as a meuibei- of the Cleveland 
Browns. He is at present head 
coach at the Coast Guard Academy, 
Graham is a commander in the 
Coast Guard Service. 

Also on Kba program for next 
week's meeting is football awards 
to the outstanding lineman of the 
yirginia Be^ch High Schcxil team 
and the outstanding backfield mem 
ber. ^e entu* team and t " 
ooach^ staff^m be guests 
ttte club. 



H/^t. WlUiam N. Ml, MWfe, 
Im the taew recrnitinf reprcMeata^ 
t'vp for the .*lr Force In the Vie- 
ginia Beach a-ea. Me will be 
present at the Vlrgiala 9eacli 
post Office each Wednendajr from 
9:4.'S a.m. until t p.m. 

New Air Force 
Ruruiter Here 

v' 

Thf! .\!r I'orce Recruiting Office 
;;t N Jifalk announces that their 
r.'prc ntatlvc for the Virginia 
Bc&ch aiea, SSgt, William N. Ball, 
will Ije at the v'lrglnia Beach Post 
Office from 'j:4j a.m. to 2 p.m. each 
Wednesday. 

Ilgt, Ball entered the Air Force 
M April of 1900 and has attended 
th<3 Airborne Radio Operator Course 
at Kessler Air Force Ba.se, .Miss., 
.Management Course at Donaldson 
Air Force Base, S.C, and the 
Academic Instructor Course at 
Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. 

Prior to coming to Norfolk In"* 
Jun^ of 1959, SSgt. Ball had spent 
three years at Tachlkawa Air Force 
Base in Japan. 

SSgt. Ball invites all young men 
and women interested in the Air 
F'orce to contact him at the post 
office in Virginia Beach or Room 
426, Post Office building, Norfolk. 






Cost^bader 
Class Mf ieer 

J. Mai%{e Costenback-r, « resident 
«f Vlrglola Beach and a fie.sbman 
at DickesRson College, has been 
elected v!ce-prejldent of hiss claas- 
He is the sOn of Dr. and Mrs. 
William B. Costenbarter of 405 49ih 
Street, V'iiginia Beach. 

CostenlMider is a graduate of Vir- 
ginia Beach High ScSiool, where 
he w;is valedictorian of his class 
and editur-in-chief of the school 
newspaper, lie was vice-president 
of his junior class and a fitudent 
Government representative. He ai.so 

eiyfed on the baseball and basket- 
II teams. 



Personal Mention 

Mr. and Mrs, Willis E. Cohoon 
of Suffolk spent last weekend al 
their home on 5;}rd St, 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles GIlllaB 
and Mr. and Mrs, Ferebee Trafton, 




have returned to their homes 
spending several Ays in New l^rS? 
— I — 

Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Borden and 
three children of Hendenson, N.C, 
spent last weekend visiting Mrs. 
Borden's father, Mr. F. L, Toeplei 
man at his home on 51st St. 



P. B. White Jr., a student at 
Hampden-Sydney College, spent th^ 
holidays with his parents, Mr. aiMl 
Mrs. P, B, White, on 60th St. 



Andrew T, .Moore Jr., a student 
at Duke University, spent test 
weekend visiting his parents, Mr. 
and .Mrs, A. T. .Moore, in Bay 
Colony. 



E. Ashley Haycox Jr.* a .student 
at the University of Virginia 
spent Thanksgiving with his p^ 
ents at their home in Birdne^ 
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CAiMMilC CWTBOI 

Mtt StoMi and M<:m Cind* 

•iiBday IUmm: Winter. $m, 9M 

and llM ajn. 
luainwr, June isth tbru Labor 

Day. 7:00, ftOO, 9M, 11^ tm. 

mai 12:19 pjn. 
Holy 0ayi, 7:00, 9M ».m. and %ao 

Da&^ions. C^ to 5:00 and 7:00 

to S.M pjn. Saturday 
IVe^i^y llaaa. 8 aon. 
ii«^ NanM Meeting ■ Monthly, 

Flrat Wedneaday, 7*> p.m. 
I^iflita of Columbus MeeUng-Pirat 

and Third Wednesday. 8K)0 pja. 
aaaaaad Vli^n So^aUty - Tburaday 

ftOO pm, before third Sunday 
M^tara ' Sunday 1.O0 p.in. or by 

appointment 
Mult instruction Clasa • Tuead^a 

7:30 pjn. 
fttfartitam Class for Children • I0.«e 

to lim Saturday A.M. 



BEACinuiWN BAPTUff 

M«a«M«« by fhatta I^an 

•aHM GkttvA) 

Act. KMuwd O, iMter. nuMor 

Study OA 8-7137 

nmtkAY 

8c45 KM.—^mizy School 
11«0 ^ai^Worshlp 

His^nr <^>en 
0bvvlee« fieid la Coake HohiMl) 

ISth 8tr««t 
VmEONESDAY 

7-^ P.M.— Sunday School Officers 
' and Teachers Meeting 
8.-00 l».M.— Prayer Service 
«45 P.M.— Choir Practice 
(iervicea held la VFW Hall) 

IMb Street 

BVBRTONE IS INVITED TO 

IWRSHIP WITH BEACHLAWN 



Baptist cbobob 

iMi Stntt and Arctta Atmm 

H. WadeU Watera, Paator 
tUK ajB^-«ttiidity Seftooi 
tl.-W tjp. Mnmlng W<Mrii^. 
6:45 p.m.— Training Union. 
WW p.m.— Evening Wo'-ship. 



UBUftO 09 OOD 

•SO 14tbStn«t 
iMk W. Hmmm 
<^u4t IfeOttiM. 
ahdlter Selwol ftotMntcnde^ 
.•:M AM—Ctmrtb 9dbnci 
iim h M Mafilni Wflcabip 
I'M fM ifaiHii Won:;:?- 
7:10 PM. llMnter — YP-X. 




AQaOOt and IMi ftraec 
Bcv. J«lw a Ketolar. miiMcr 

Mr. Montford lllnpllne, C.U. SilifKil 

Biiperiritendent 

Mr. W. McKnl^t, Aaat Supt. 

•:45 a. ffl.— cauiroh Sehwd and 

Adult mbl* CSaana. 
U:€0 ft. ai.~4l4»i^nc Worahl^ 
Ofunery tor aiiftll ehlldrno.) 
*iM 0. m. — Toia>3« ^mi^ 

I«Aber Umw 
•:M ». ■t.-nfv^ aid Wudi 



tM p«n.— Prayer Time. 

OftACS aSSTBUEN OBtlBCB 

Omat Ifock a^ Bintop 

A. 9ai«)4 Airlncvm. ^aatf 

m Uaibeit IQw^ 

■aaday School 

0.00 A. Jtf.— aoa 

4:00 A. iL—WaaiMp 
7:80 P. - 



Peateeaatai 

cnuiicu isr chmisy 

iStb Street and Baltic Avenue 
IJadwy T. Uayea. Paatar 

Murnett o^^khi. Sunday St^rao! 

cmp^inten^b^. 
8:4fr- aj&.— Sunday SebocM. 
i:M a A.— Homing WorabU) 
4:90 pjii.— P. A- Service. 
I'M p.ffl —Jirafigellatlc Service. 
rtld-week aeirloe. 7:30 pjb. Wed* 
nMdfty. 



PB.*Xa8 A^ITRY 
itmHOMHV CHl'RCH 

Mff-llng In the John B. D^'V School 

' Great Netk Road' 

B. t. Taykv, Pastor 

l.*e M. Myfers, 

Church Kchool Buperlnten^nt 

f»:4ri a.ni.--Church School 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 

(Nursery for pre-»cho«l aged 
children) 



Utile Oeek 
trOBTHSIOE TAaEKNAmM 

7Mf Theamm ttL 

B«T. JItande Alw, Hmm 

Rev. Trai Cx^aier, MA ftalat 

9:45 ajB/HBunday IfclMNd. , 

11:00 ftJ^r-MoniliV WMShlp. 

7:45 pA.^Kvenit^ WorahH). 

7:45 pjn.-'Wedneaday night 



LynnhftvcB ' * 
METHODIST CHIJRCn 

Lattle Neck Road 
Rev. B. J. Garret, Paatar 

Phone GY 7-04M 
9:46 a.m. Morning Worship 
6:30 pm. Y(Mith Fellowahip 
8:00 p m. 1st. Wed., Official Board 
Holy Communion first Sundajr of 
each momb. 



TI<:nMPl4K EMANUKI. 

tSth and Baltic. Virginia Beach 
Philip RnbiaowiUL, Rabbi 
Ihiul Goldman, Iteiiglous 
Schools Superintendent 

7:30 A.M.-*-ServicM Mon.>Fri. 

»m A.M.— Servl(»a Sat. 

t.-00 A.M.--Servicea Sun. 

8:00 P.M.— Friday Evenjng 
Worship 

CMRflSTlA?* STIKNTR 

HCXMETV 

809 . gOth a^nt* 

11:00 a.m.— Church Service 
11:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
8:00 p.m.— 2nd Wednewlay Meeting 
All are cordially welcome. 



mtsT 

nUuMnvSIAN CHIJBCH 

^a^lc Avenue at 36th Street 
Steary a Morgaa. PiMor 

Jwnea W. Batcheier s 
Sunday School Su|^ 
•*. A. M<-<-Church School 
law A. M^-Moming Worship 
feSO P. M.— Youth Fellowships 
6-JSO A. M,— Tuesday Prayer Band 

Women of the Church 
OM A. M.— Second Wednesday 

SxecuUve Board 
Ih30 A. M.— Third Monday 

Circles 5, 7. 8 
im P. M.— Third Monday 

Circles 3, 4. 6 
»A> p. M^Thlrd Monday 

Circle 2 
«flO P. M— Third Wednesday 

. Circle 1 
0<0 A. M.— Fourth Monday 

Cancer Dressing Group 
1:00 A. .¥.— Fourth Monday 

General Meeting 

GALILRK RPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific. GA 8-3.573 
I*e Rev. Kdmaad Berkeley, Rector, 

The R<?v. Emmanuel C. Bach. 

A.<i!4i8tant 

Mr. J. Itouglas Hubard. 

Superintendent of Church School 

8:Q0 a.m. — Holy Communion 

9M a.m.— Family Service and 

; Church School 

Sunday School and 

Nursery; 
H.C, on 4th Sunday In 

• ^ month 

11:^0 ft.m.—Mornlng Prayer and 

• Sermon; Nursery; 
H.C. on l.-Jt Sunday in 

I month. 

I^tirsday at 10:00 a.m. Holy Com- 
J munion 

t 10:30 a.m. Lsylng on 

of hands for the sick 



tftuENDs MBtrmo 

liASKINail. 

9:46 AJL— aonday Sflboui. 
il:M Ml.— llMtint tar Momlog 
W<«aim>. 

The Virginia Beach 
MltH'HOOIHT CHITRCH 

18th Street near Atlantic 
Rev. Charles O. Kidd, Pastor 

Aubrey N. Holmes, Church School 

Superintendent 
William T. KlUgrove, Minister of 

Music 
9:45 a.m.— Church School, All Age 

Groups, 
ll.-OO a.m.— Worship Service (Nur- 
sery for Children) 
630 p.m.— Senior and Intermed- 
iate Youth Fellowships 



ClAMONT. gPUNGS 
CHRISTIAN CHtJRCB 

Diariples of Christ 
•700 W Haden Road 
Nea." yttle Creek Perry * 
Joiui W. Johnson. Paator 

8:45 a m.— Church School, with 
cla.'iKes for all ages 

10:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 

Church School for 
classes through Pri- 
mary III 

eao p.m.— Chi Rho Fellowship 

7:00 p.m.— Christian Youth Fel- 
lowship 



KAST OCEAN mW 
PRESBTTEKIAN CBURCB 

illnUi St. ft Pleattiu Ava. 
R. Allen Breira,, Paatar 

W- 8. AUukmkI. Oiiircti Sehooi 

Superintendent. 
9:30 ajn.— OHiroh Soihoid. 
11:00 ajn. — Morning Wwd^p. 
6:30 pm. — Plone«- Peltawata&>. 
6:30 pjn.— Senior HI PeJkrmAilp. 
•:00 pjn. — ^Svening Wonbtp. 
•:00 pjn.— Tueadays, MknnAilp 

Suppn. 
7:00 94n.— Tueadays, Prayei wr- 

vlev «ad Bible Study. 



OCEAN, PARK CHAPEL 

Du POnt Circle. Bayslde. Va. 
C. Philip Tanner, TrnKime 
9:45 AJtf.— Bible School. 
11:00 A.M.-4lbndiic WonhiD 
6:30 PM— Yduth Time 
7:30 P.M.— Family Night Service 
10:30 A.M. Tuesday — WomeD'a 

Prayer Oroup. 
7:30 PJd. Wedtoentey — wm 
Study and Prayer. 



Almual Fall Recital 
Sbtfed for Sunday 

aifford Herzer piano School 
prints the following students In 
a ptano recital on Sunday, Dec. 6 
at ^ p,m. at the school. Ki West 
aisf Street Norfolk: Joyce Peerless, 
auart Stelngold. Charley Lofumo, 
antfAlIt^ Stelngold. Connie Chan- 
pelli Slwlly Stelngold. Richard 
Gu^erman, Scotty Goodman and 
Joenn HIrsdifeit. Bobby Vose. 
Cbebi Wertw, Ll%y Ormjff. Kddie 
item. Susan Hollins. Ifcryann 
Wood and Jeffrey Wei^heh;. Gall 
Fleder. rw»ble Unjipr, Betty Rae 
Mclaughlin. Curtis Bain, Louise 
Anr( Berman. L^uis I^nM Snyder, 
Naa^ N^n. Michael Wetoberft 
Su^nm Welrterg and Howai^ 
"eUtin. 

tUs annual reettal ia t^Mi to 
thi9i«ya. 



nUNCKS ANNe COUNTY 

THE CHURCB OP GBBISl 

Oceana Voluntett Fire Depat^ 
ment ftOMUng. 
E. G. HBADRICK. Mtail«ti« 
10:00 ajtt.— Sonday Bible StiK^ 
U:uo AJiL— lioming W<M:ihlp. 
7:30 pA.<-«Teiilnt Worahip. 
1:90 pjs.— Wedn«a(Uv - Bihii 
amhIv 

KOUNl UUVB 

BAPTIST CBDRCB 

BEV. T. M. WALKER, Paatar 

W. U. ICorgan, Church Soboo 

SupwlnUaident. 
9.30 aJD.— Church School. 
1:30 a.m.— MiUiattig Worahip 
7-30 pjiL— Ivenhig Worah^ 



PRBSBTTBUAN CHURTB 

Near R(^>bln8 Comer ,1 
A ). E. JehaaoD, PastW 
B. D. Ney. dnirch S^ool Super 

intendCDt. 
9:45 a.m.— Oinday Scbo(d. 
■1:00 ajn.— Mn-ning Wor^ilp. 
(Nursery for oblMren.) 



METHODIST CHCRCB 

PrinMsa Ani». Virginia 

Arthw W. AyecB. Pastw 

D. Utim^ Malbmi 

Church School Sinmlntcndeni 

10:li ajB. Church SclUMl 

11:15 ajn. Morning W<srdUp 



BK1SCH GROVK 
MRTHODI8T CHl'iU^H 

Princess Anne 

Roger C. Ilnyder. Pastor 

Herman McClaium, Charch School 

SaperiBtendeat 

lOm A.M.— Church School 
11:00 AJf.— Morning Worship 

CBMST PBESBTTEBIAN 
CHVBCB 

<*ay^te BoMl and Aragona Blvd 

HeriwvC tmmaumjf, laterlw Pastor 

Ray Jaj^-Charrh §cfa(Ml SupC 

Worship Services. 10:00 A.M. 
Church School, »«) and 11:00 A.M. 
Pioneer Fellowship, 7.00 P.M. • 
Senior High Fellowship. 7:30 P.M: 

ST. OBEOORY^ CATStTJLW 

Ckaa«b 
Rev. Ouelaa AMathv^olo, OJS.B. 
MasHW are held at James Barry 
tttMubn <nMpel Ml tbmpsville 
Bd.. 7:30, 9:30, 11:00. 12:15. 
OmsUmSam ftre cm Saturday, 



FRIXOWHHIP BAPTIST CHITROI 

419 Glenrdck noart.. Norfolk 2. Va. 
Rev. Chwiea T. Hradricka, pMtor 

Vernon S.'Taplln, Church School 

S«pei^t«denl 
1:45 a.ni.— Church School 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship 

7.;iO p.m.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Wednesday Prayer 
Servicaa. 

ffP. NARK A.MJS. CHURCH 

Oceana, Va. 
Rev. D. P. PeitOB, Pastor 

R. L. Gorden, Sunday School Spt. 
Mrs. Evelyn Washington, 
Choir* Dlrec^tor 
fl:.W am.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.-T-Wor8hip Service. 



Little OrMk 
ASHRMBI.Y OP GOD 

7W48 Thompson Road 
James li. Allen'. I^stor 

9:4.'» a.m. — Sunday School 

Tab McGuire. Sunday school 
Superintendent 
11:00 am. — Morning Worship 
7:W p.m. — Evening Worship 
Wednesday Prayer Service, 

8 p.m. 

Tuesday W.M.C, 730 p.m- 
Thursday 7:30 p.m. Visitation 

9 p.m., Fellow.shlp 

BKTHKL METHODIST CHIRCW 

* Crwds 

RfHier C. Haider, Pastor 
li. R. Dixon, Charch School Snpt. 

10;00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 



FREEWILL BAPTIST 
Cowrthawe BleaMrtary 
Bev. BUI^ (faM4AM>, 
^aul Re«Ded^ iteftiay 

1^4. 
•:46 AM. Sunday Echoed. 
11:00 A.M. Church Service. 
f :00 PjM. BrangeliM^ie Service. 
8:00 FM. Thursday Prayer 
Service. 



BAP118T VHVMKM 

hmOmWriOf, Virginia 
O. Bdmrt BaiAieB. fftetat 
Lloyd H. Brantiey 
Sunday Sehooi Si«i«nten<tol 
8:30 a.m.— Moping WorAdii. 
9:46 ftjB.— &USHI1V Se^MMl. 
11:00 ajn.-ilandiM WonWp. 
7:00 pjs.— Tnuhlng iMon. 
•:00 pja.— f^rentof Woedi^. 
WMjS. aiseta (Ust Wedaasdai. 
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TBALIA LTNN BATTIST 
CBVBCU' 

(Meeting In Princess Anne 

High School) 
E. ^nrin Moshlo-, Pairtar 
SUNDAY 8EBVICE8 

6:30 AJiL— amday School. 
11:00 A Jlf.— Morning Worahq>. 
6:30 PJifv— Timlning Unioiu 

7. T. ElMott. director. 
7:45 PM.->-3Bvenlng Worsh^. 
WEDNESDAY 8EBVICE8 
Ip Thaihi Lynn HaU 
7:00 P.M.— Officers and 

Teachers MDeet. 
8:00 P.M.— Prayer Service 
8:45 P.M.— Adult Choir 
Rehears&l 



BAT8IDE BAPTIST ^TBUBCH 

Bobbins Oomtt. Bayside. Va. 
S^xmd Floor, Overton's Market 
Box 367, Bayside. Va. 
GUEST SPEAKERS 
Sunday Scho4d Sapt. Lonnle 
Bmrtkn 
Sunday School. 8:45 AM. 
Morntog Worship. 11:00 AM, 
Trataing Union. 8:15 P.M. 
Evening Worahip, 7:30 P.M. 
Wednftsday Prayer Service. 7:30 
P.U. 



THALIA METHODIST CHURCH 

Pine St and Va. Beech Blvd. 
Bev. B. J. Garrett, Paator 

Phona OY 7-0438 
Carl Tignor. Church School Bn.pt 
9:45 a.m. Church School 
ll:W> a.m. Morning Worship 
7:30 pjn. Methodist Youth Fel-> 

lowshlp 
6:30 p.m. Thursday. Junior Choir 
7:30 p.m. Thursday. Adult Choir 
8:00 p.m. 2nd. Weo., WSCS 
6 SO p.m Third Tue« Method 



VIrslnIa Beach 
COMMIT .MTV CHAPEL 

Laskin Road. Lmlihojn Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward. Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday School Classes 
11:00 a.m.— Children's Church 

7:.'«) pjn.— Evening Service 

6:30 p.m.-' Youth Service 
Wednesday— 

7:30 p.m.— Prayer & Bible Study 

KNOrrs ISLAND 
METHOXnST CUDBCB 

Knott's Island. N. C. 

James K. Hoi'kcs, Mlni<«ter 

E H. Beasley. Sunday School 

Superintendent 
10:(HI am.— Suiuiay S(^ool 
tl:00 a.m -^Worship S^rice. 

LYNNBAVEN COLONY CflAPEL 

Qreat Neck Road near Shore Or 
Bev. S. V. biurten. Past«r 

Mrs. Eric Anderaon. 
Suaday School Super' ntendent 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday ^hool. 
10:45 am -Morning Worship 
'^ayer Me«'tin? Wpdne^dsv 8 p.m 



Bay|reod^ MoBwtel 
METHODIST CHUBCB 

Route 1, Baydde. yirglnla 
9:45 A.M. Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.'^Momlng WKOsh^. 
7:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 
8:00 o.m. — ^Bvenimr Worship 

8oat« itaBMiriid 
BfETHlDDnT CnUBCV 

Oreat Neck Road. Ooeana. Va 
Bev. F. B. SMeby. Fastor 

Irvin Bvans ' 
Churjh School Sisteriutandeiit 
9:50 ajn.— Clraich Sehooi 

11:00 ain.— MonUng Wmrabfp 
7:30 p.m.— Youib Felknrsulp. 
7:30 p.ni. Saturday— ^tot. F!vrai4> 

'Nursery for aU morning atdrvioea) 

8ALBM MBTH0DI8T CHUBCB 

Princess Aone, THrgtoia 
Afthor W. Ayera, Paatar 

^. L. FerreU 
cniurob Schocd Superisi«ident 
10:00 ajn.— Morning Worriilp. 
11:00 am.— ChtB-^ School. 
7:30 p.m. Methodist Youth Fti- 
lowship 



BCIAIfllBL 
EFIseOFAL CBVBCB 

K«npsvUl» 

Bev. TayHw B^iita, Beetar 

William W<Md ft Oarfamd Taylor 

Church Scflbol BuperlBtendenti 

8:00 ajn.— H^ Coamunioo. 

10:00 ajn.— Chun^ School. 

11:00 aju.- Mmniat Fnyw and 

Oeiuion> 
ti HK> ftjn.— Bioiy Ooammntei ma/B 



Cammoi^ 
MBTB0DI8T CHUBC^i 

Aeredftle — Kempeville 
Bev. A. P. Baaeli, Faaiar 
Francis Paztim 
ChUTOh Scho(d Superintoident 
9:46 ajn.— Church Sehooi. 
11:00 ajn.— IfomlQg woish^ 
7:30 9Jn.— Yottth FrikmahU*. 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Pred M. Parifls, Autor 
Phones UL 5^77— UL 3-1277 
Saaday— 

9:48 a.m.— Sun School. 
11:00 afli.— Morning Worship. 

€:30 p.m.— Fellowship Hour, 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Services. 
WedMOday— 

7:30 pjn.— Prayer Service. 
Nitrtery Provided tor Every Service 



ObarRy 
METHODIST CHUBCB 

Back Bay, Virj^a 

Bev. Ledford C. VaivhaB 

Mr. Edward Williams 

Church School SuperintindeiM 

10:00 ajn.— Cluirafa School 

'1-00 am. — Mmnlng Wcshtp 



KAL.* CHIRTH OP C«R|8T 

Back Bav, Va. 
Gene HartseU. Miatoter 

Howard Morris, Superintendent 

of Sunday School 
10:00 ajn.— Sunday School. 
11:00 ajn.— Worahip and LcHd's 

. Supper 
7«0 pjn.— Sudy of Bible 
Youth Group (Gideons) meet Ist 
and 3rd Tbunday ni^ti. 



BAYSiDE CHBISTIAN CHUBCB 

(OoBgragftttoBaH 

Shore Drive aad Greenwell Road 

Rev. G. Jnltas Rlee, pastor 

Gordon Hottghsoa, 

Hnaday Srho<ri Superiateadent 

9:4.5 A.M — Sunday School. 

ll.-OO A.M.— Worship Service. 

Calvary 
rRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Mrst Street Glenrock. Norfolk, Va 

R. Crowell Cooiey, Paator 

T. H. Underwood 

Church Sduwl Supt 

9:«5 ajn.— Church StSxiol. 

11:00 ajn.— Mining Worship. 

6:30 pjn.— What • Nota PeUov- 

ship. 
8:N pjn — Pioneer Felkywahlp. 
6:30 pjn— Young People's Fd- 

loarahlp. 
•:00 pjn.— Wednesday — Vttjm 
meeting. 



BAFTUT CBUBCB 

RouM 2. Box 387. Norfolk. Va 
lkv..*A. B. Uoaat, Paator 

f Wl H. Plerw 
Sunday School Supeiltendent 
9:45 ajn.i— Sunday Sehooi 
11:00 a.m.>^M<H'nkig Worship 
6:45 p.m.— Baptist Training Union 
8:00 p.m.<^Evenbig Worship 

ASSEMBLY OF GOD 
Weedlawpi Ave. * ttad St. Bxi 
Bev. Saaiael D. IMIer Jr., Paator 

MeMo h. SldweU, S'mday School 

i^iperts'>nd nt 
10:00 a.ffl.— <:SmruA SdbotA 
11:00 aj&<— Mamlng W^nahip 
7:30 pjn.->-EvuigeUs^ Servlee 
7:30 pjn.— Tuesday^ Bible Study 
7:30 pjn. — ':R»inAi^. Clulst's 
Amhaasadon,' youth sorvlce. 



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SAVIOUB'S LOTBBBAN 
CBUBCB 

SmrvloeB ml &iyla]u Ptnoa School 

Treasurer IsHuid ft.Sbore Drive 

(1 mile east of Bayside. Va.) 

KENNETH B. CABBAUGa 

FA8TOB 

Berhnt R. Andeison 

OHird) Scdiool Superhitendeiit. 

9:06 ftJa.r'-Bunday Sishot^ 

10:00 ftja.— WordUp Servloe 



Oak Grove 
BAPTIST CHUIUS 

Ba(^ Bay. Virginia 
Rev. H. Kngene Arringtoa, Pastor 

Floyd Taylor. 
Church School Superlntendfitt 
8:45 ajn.— Church School. 
11:00 ajn.— MmiUng WtHShlp 
8:00 pjn. EvenUig W<»ahip 
7:45 pm. Wedi.eaday — Prayer 

and study perkid 
v M R m«»tj» 9t»iI WIfmAmwn. Rom 

EASTOW 8BM>B8 CBAPIL 

(^jlsGopal) 
Rev. Henrr C. BwtMl, Jr^ Beelor 

C. D. Scully. Jr.. 
Church Sehooi Superintendent 
8:00 aja.— Holy Ounmunimi 
3-30 am— nuaily Servtee awl 

Mwtilng Fnrm. 
'1:00 mm—Mi^nti^ Prayo* ami 

SermoD (1st Sum^. H^ 

OommimicMn). 
t:OU pjn.— Young Peoptels Ftt- 

loviUp. 
11:00 AA-Boly Days ~ 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CBUBCB 

HI. 1, Box 6SB. Bay^de. Va. 
Bev. Bevcriey D. Tveker. Jr. 

ReriMft L. Beale. Church Bc^kooi 
Supertoto^tait ^ 

9:M a«%r-Chia«h SehooL 

!.M a.m.— Boly Communljn 
11:00 am. — Morning Praya 

7:30 pjn.— Youth IReOowdUp. 

7:30 pjn.— Evening Prayer 

Taberaadte 
METB0IH8T CBUBCB 

PrlBoeas Anne, Virginia 
Bev. duiriea K. Natotdt. BDaMar 

A a Meredith 
CSiureh School 8m>erinteDdeni 
V 9:«— Chutdi Sehooi 
11:00— Morning Woesh^ 
7:0O-Methodi8t Youth f^eOov- 

ahip 
WBjCB. Ist Wednesday MJoarfng 
3rd Sumimr. Methodist Mva's Qub 
1st Monday oi each Month 7:80 
pm. 



LYNNHAVBh 

FBi^nmsiAK cauBca 

X^mahftven vmaga 
Bev. BaysMad O. Fitttana 
Qrover SvindeQ, Clmrdi Sdiotrt 

ftQ)erteta!iie^ 

10:00 ajn.— Onreb Sdmqi 

11:00 ajttjfonung Worsh^- 

6:30 piLYtufh FeOoanil^ 

6:M PA.— n<Mie»^ FelloeNh^ 

7:M pm . Biaa lag Wonidp 

ST. JOHim BAPTIST CHURCH 

Prln«»8 Anne Court House 
Rev. W. H. Todd 

(I^storal Sui^ly) 
P. Gregory 
C%urcb School Superintend«it 
10«0 ajn.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6K>0 p.m.— B. T. U. 
Women's Missionarv Union m^ts 
first WednMday, 10:00 8.m, after 
first Sunday. 

Nuraery, l^iraary A Interme(ttata 
^■rtmeits meet at lOM 



FIRST NIGHT AT REFORM SCHOOl 



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What 4o you think of that first night at Reform 
School? 

^ . . . of the world outside, dark and crisp, and the 
gtiys who hang around the drug store! 

... of -kids and cops, laws and judges, courtrooms 
and ceHs . . . the morbid adventures of the last 
lagging nfionth. . 

... of the home from which you came ... and 
what it might have been! 

And you think of God ... of days when church 
bells rang . . . and other kids went to Sunday School 
. . . and you had to be quiet so you didn't wake youi 
parents! 

. . . of times when you might have prayed . . . but 
you didn't know how . , . and no one around you seemed 
to care! 

... of questions you once asked about God ... 
but Dad was busy, and Mom hadnt time to explain. 

The first night in Reform School — what a trsKic 
place for a boy to be confronted with tliose vital 
spiritual issues which wite-iMtrenii should have iLCkd 
in their children's infancy. 

Co»tt^ ItSt, Htitttr A»h 5ttv,c». Suubutt, Vm. 



TM6 CHURCH FOU ALU . . . 
ALL rOn TMS CHURCH 

The Chutch ii ihf treittit ftctor on 
rmh fer th« buitdmE of chtcicier ind 
good ciii:tn$hip. Ii tia Motthogx of 
tpititual vsiluo, Without a itroni 
Church, nrithtr democracy not civili:*- 
tion cm suri'ive. There arc four sound 
reaiona why evcrv peuon should at- 
tend sfrvkes renularly and supp'tt the 
Church. Thry are: (1) For'htsownnke. 
(2) For his children's sake. (]) For ttte 
take of his coimnuniiy and \iation. M) 
For the lake of ilie Church its«lf, which 
needs hia moral and material support. 
Plan to go lu chutch regularly and read 
your Bible daily. 



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NIXON ELECTRIC 

E^trkU C«Hitracioi»~<;ciKral Repatav 

Hooie, Coounorcial Wiring — Light Fixtunies 

606 • 17th Stnet, ,Va. Beach— Phoac GA 8-3711 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
ft fi^RICAL SUPPUES, INC. 

PtaiMl« and Hestbig CMbracKMni 

Wcsdnghoitte Appllancei 

Vkom Day MM & 2678 — N%ht 2663 

Princess Anne 

r, A ©CEANA CURB MARKET 

Fresh Fralts and VegelaM* 

Groceries and Meats 

Phone GA 8-I89I Oceaaa, Va. 

VA. BEACH AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 

EvtariKte MotOTs — Autontotive Puis 
Phone GA 8^56 
820 - 17ih Street 

CAVALIER GARAGE 

JOHNNY DUDLEY 

Oirecdy Behind tlotd 

ladepcadcatly Opoatcd 

Holly Rd. ft Cavalier Dr. 

Dial GA 8-2131 Virginfai Be^h 

BRINKLEY'S SHKL SERVICE 

"Friendly Service plus QoaHty Products'* 

ihA Sttecf and Baltic Avenee 

Tetcpbone GA ShI232 Vin^nla Beach 

KH.LAM ft EATON, INC. 

•^fcadqaartm Fw Yow Needs'* 
FrtaccH Aaac Phooc 2861—2672 

RUSSELL ft WHMES 

Yon Ncvriy Eabuged »Mc Store 

"Where SImvi^ b a FieaaBrc'* 

19M Atfan^ Av^ VliglDia Bcm:h 

GA 8-4301 

HOLT BUICK COMPANY 

Salc»~8etvfee, Bodjr nd Fndcr WoiIe 
2l8t Strtct and Pacific Avcoac 
GA 8-2132 



R. L. GARRINGER 

Whotoale Meats and Provblom 

Distributors Kraft Food Producv. 

2446 Virj^ia Beach Boulevard 

relephoM MA 7-S398 Norfolk, Va. 



23rd Street 



SEASIDE MARKET 

Tel^wae GA 8-9313 

Virginia Be-cb 



JAFFE'S 

FASHION CLOTHES 

Phooc GA 8-5271 

3010 Atlantic Avenae — Virgiobi Beach, Va 

W. A. WOOD OIL CO. 

Coatmisdoa Agent 

ESSO STANDARD OIL CO. 

Fuel Oil and Kerosene 

Dial GA 8-338S 

FIRESTONE SALES ft SERVICE 

Route 58 at Oceana, Va. 

Dtal GA 8-5023 

'The Soeth's Smallest Firestone Dcalei" 

KELLAM ft EATON INSURANCE CO. 

Real Estate — Realals — lawnnce 
3113 Pacafic Avenue — Tdepbone GA 8-9161 

ROSrS 5-1 0-25e STORES, INC 

309 - 31s« Si. ft 1901 Aifantk Aveaoe 
Your %op|riii« CeatCT 

JAMES PHARMACY 

Free Delivery 

Promirt pkk up Servfec on PracripSoBS 

At HiUtop / none GA 8-4424 




ISU OF CAPRI 

FINE ITALIAN FOOD 

Pfivirtc Dhifa« lto«Mi 

Phoae Us Year Trite Out Oritrs 

GA 8-3831 Vfa^aia Beart 



:EANA DRUGS 

Te^hoac GA 8-6464 
Vin^nla Beech Bo a kvard N Oceana 

BE40 SUPERMARKET 

30th Street ft An^ Avmmw 
Vlrpria Beach 

AAARTIN'S AUTO BODY WORKS 

CWtiUtkL AUTO REPAIRS 

Wredker Servfec 24 Ifcws 

GlMB Cirtft laalaHed -^ Carved WiaddricUa 



MUIU>»4DRIH5CO. 

Pn^pt. HIW^ Fiescrl^ i SoB Servtee 
GA 8-7S79 



Va. 



W.W.J<MN»>NftSON 
INRIRANCE kOUVCi, INC 

AUTO^i^RS— ACXnUSNTT-^^iARINE 

^aal la Oast Ctrfai Swi4ee 

3007 Fadfle Ave. FtaR GA 8-3641 



I^MM GA 8-4591 • Nte GY 7-4619 — 

ATLANTIC 
CLEM^aS ft UUNDRY 

ONE-IHHJB CLEANERS 
tot - 21st St. at PaeWe 
GA 8-lSM 



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FRIED SPRINC CHICKEN 

TWO FRESH VEGETABLES 
HiQme Made Hot4?olls or Virginia Spoon , 

Bread and Butter C,1,\^^ 
Coffee or Tea T"*^'?^ 



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iMrfntna <» ^ twKher's staff at 

ARA60IIA eAROBN CUJB 

WkM !• tt« ofd sitytng — wh^ 

^am it very, very busy — which 

pM aopethlng like thte: '"The 




b^MT* tte WNpi« U4 t|W were 
Wd b«fDnr ^rap MMRit HoiNwer, 
only a very UtftttA WOS^ of 
resMenta were preheat for thit dU- 
cuaiton, B^auae the matt<H's dis- 
cuMWd at these meet^un are of 
mH(QU8 concern and welarf af aU 
i^sldents In the arra it is MF^^ 
that at ^t one adult nMmbmt (^ 
•ach taimlly be present al thaaa 
me«Ua||i. The meetings are not 
OQl:^ ttjIltVesUng from th» aland- 
Hi neighborly gaNMrtngH 
gNe an oppoirtunfty far 
ni IgUmii to meet but the civic 
impr«w«|ient8 and bMteflta ,vh4di 
benefTt all residents in the area* 
are cl^MWSsed. pro and con. The 
m«(pbia» «f ihe Elxecutlve Board, 
and these members who attend 
Aryilnrly, extend a hearty tavlta- 
tlon to the residents to come for- 
ward for at least one meeting 
Cueing the nooth. CooMKnta. auf- 
l^ationa and constnuKlve crtti(^m 
ara welooqpe. 

AR»Goii4 mmooh 

Mrs. Alice §l|jaffer, prnddcnt of 
the ParenVBpSi^er A«K)clatk>n. 
rajporta that daqilte tJN raki which 
Ml on Via 4i^ of the acMial c«mi- 
v«l htlA m N«v. 21 a» m^ school, 
there was go*d attendance, "niere 
were rides for 1^ chUdre4 i bal^e 
aale <|on(faicia# by the Igi^ of 
«• ?.TA, k wh8e eleptaWI »!«. 
all of vrl^ bfou^t in funds 
which are to be used tor some very 
'4ii^etl planne<f profecta to be an- 
nounced later. The Queen of the 
ciniivai was Miss Gloria Brinkley, 
tmm tJNt> Kinf ffhMdnf the royal 
hOOfW <t lh» ^cimim wm Rosa 
Wb|Ml)(«% 1^ brtng studente of 

Mil fcari^iiemgv^ $b(th Qm&tt 

noiiwied tliat tfttt aclN>o| C%Nitin«s 
play will be presented at 8 p.m. 
Dec. 15. In the school auditorium. 
Qreat aQtivU^ in Wt^M «^ tp 

oiB lilli vam mmt <^ 



Sun-Newa GamtKmi: Aiit 



UQAL NOT^S I • LEOAl NOTICIS 



her feet" . . . ete. Well— one might 
reverw this wying and obMrve 
that the winter varieties of Iwauti- 
ful graces do g^w undar the fe«t 
of many o^ the residents of Am- 
gona Village, because the ladies 
who comprise this club are active 
in beautifying their lawns, as well 
te tltt tannedtate surroundtegs of 
their hoa^ and the tabl^ and 
oemers of thair homes. 

At the last regular monthly meet- 
ing held in November. Mrs! I.,. M. 
Caputo gave an interesting and In- 
spiring pi^sentlon of ways and 
maans of creating very special 
wttlngs from practically nothing 
to wofic with, providing a little 
thought and Ingenuity are included. 
She gave a demonstration tor the 
members of the club how a beauti- 
ful Thanksgiving arrangement 
could be made up by fashioning a 
"Thanksgiving turkey" from every 
day brown wrapping paper, with 
the added assortment of colors and 
flowers easily available at 
season. 




lite iptirley Harrell, third grade 
leall^HM^, was iianHid during the 
Thm^QigivlMf veek to Mr. i^ul 
FteM^ frona fbrt IHerce, Via. Miss 
ItlvreM's horn* wim previously ^ 
~ ' nton, N.C., however, she Is re- 



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In Squares Below— 1 word to 
th^ square. Put the number of 
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squaiti at bottom. Then figure 
your cost. EXAMPLE: 25 Words 
one time $1.25 - Each addi- 
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tote - $2.95. 25 Word MIn. 



■WiHIbi 

IN YOUR 




from the said" defimlMA.^ uym the 
grounds of ttcrnika^ 

And an al^a^ IwMm been 
Mde and filed t]M% ||t 4i»od«it 
Is Not a resldeiA <4 «MI ijm^ oS 
Virginia, the la^rt tooon pm office 
wldress lieing &306 Kalinjer Qiive 
Orlando. FkMida. It is ordered that 
he do appMr hew within ten (10) 
days after due publlcattoM tereof, 
and do what may be neeaaawy to 
protect his interest in tfcia itmki, 

JOHN V. FEm'MI^ eievk 

By: MARV M. wMmi DC 

Paraooa, StaiM, Parsons A Ittnnvn. 

Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk. Vlrglnta l2-3«tt 



ARACOKA CLVB SNTRRING 
VKDEaATION CX>NTEST 

Announcement was maite that 
the Aragona Garden Club aiH) also 
several ^ Its members were sub- 
mittiQg specimens of arrangements 
t« he )«^^d tai the cont«gt skow- 
logs which wlU be efiowp ftxim 3:30 
to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5, 
and from 1 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, 
Dec. 6. the individual members 
of the dub will submit tlwir own 
plMiiMd larrangements, and tl^ 
clul^ Witt as « iKMp wU submit 
^•R arrKngeinmt. Awartto will be 
Meaeattd ea Shmday even^ 
Biae. d at 8 o'elocli. 

# IMAL NOTICES 



Oommoiiwevltli ef VMiiia, 
la tke CleiA's Office M Ae CtrciUt 
Ooart of the CiiHOty of PriareM 
.^aae. on the SSrd day (rf November, 

LONDA C, U>CHJER. Plaintiff, 

PATRICK IXKTHER. Defendant. 
Order ot PubilcaUoB 

The c^ieet.of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce A Mensa Et Thoro to be 
later merged Into a Divorce A 
Vinculo MaU-inoonU ftxwi the said 
defendant ujjon the grounds of 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit bavlog been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the i^ate of 
this I Virginia the laal known iMSet office 
address being Rd.k. Mars, Pennsyl- 
vania, It is ordered Uut he do 
appear here with ten (10) days 
after due puMlcation iMreof. and 
do witat may be necesaai^ to |H*o- 
tect his Interest In this suit 
A Cbpy— TWfte: 
JOHN V. HENTRISBL Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHim D.C. 
Richard G. Brydges, p,q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, VirgMa U-3-4t 



from U^ sai^ Ai^M^at upoa the 
grew^i of MwrUM. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that Um ^irndwH 
lia not a restdaM of the Stat* ctf 
Vtrgiaia, tha last known poat^lnca 
address being 545 Ormond Stnet 
UotoacUUe, Long Island. New York. 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here wRhin ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be nceessary to ^-otact her 
IntMtwt in this suit 
A Copy— Teetej 
JOHN V. FENTREM, Cterk. 
By: MARY M. WHiTB. D.C. 
Richard G. Bryd^s, p.q. ' 
3115 Pacific Avenue . ' 
Virginia fiaach, Vk-glnia ]l-l»-4t 



YiaaanA: 

bk tfee Clerti'a OMce of the Clnmlt 
Coart of rrlaiceaa Amm Ceaa^^ tm 
IMk diw ai Kovaaibwri tfM. 
JUAN M. FERRERA, Complainant 

vs. 
.K>S PSRRISRA. JR.. De{en<jyy^ 

The c^ject of this suit la ^ tfe» 
eomplalaaiH to certain a dhwrea 
A Vinculo Matrimonii from the 
defendant upon the p«uads of 
wilful desertion and aband(HUfi;nit 
for more than one ye^r. 
- And aiffidavit having Iteen mfde 
Uiat the defendant Joe f1errera,»r., 
a not a resident of tt^ State '<rf 
Vh^inia, he is herrt>y required to 
appear within ten dlays after due 
publication hereof and do what may 
be necessary to protect his interest. 

Tii»TR: 
JOHN V. PENTSBSS, Cterk. 
By: MARY M. WHITE. OXJ. 
Roger I. Keay, p.q. 
P. O. Box 281 
Portsmouth, Virginia ll-19-4t 



Comnoawealth of Vl^ikail. 
In the Clerk's Offtoe oi lie Cticait 
Comti, of the Coaayr of PrijifesA 
Aaae, on tha |»4 day at BIoVe«i>er, 

l^m 0. vwRx, m^intii^ 

r^mU. m& FI^Y. DH»nd- 
ant. 

The object of thU suit is ^ attain 
an annulment tr<mi the saMt de- 
fMidant upon the grounds of mar- 
riage not consiunniated. 

maela mA AM tMI ||a |^«kint 
la N0l a raiMlanl ^ to* ||g|ji of 
wglnla, the last known poat oiflce 
address being 5W» Piwrce l^lve, 
Berkiy, Mtosouri, it is ordered, that 
she do appear here witiitn ten (10) 
days after due pui^catioa. hereof, 
and do what may l>e neeessary to 
{M-otect her intend In thpk sull^ 
A roi>y~Te«t«i 
JOHN V. FENTRB^, Clerk 
By.MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Thomas C. Broyles, p.q. 
Richard O. Brydges 
3113 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia l2-3-4t 



ComBKuiweatth of Vtogialat 

la the Cb>rk*» Otnce of the Clrcalt 

Coart M the County of Prlaceas 

ABtte, OB the Urd day el November, 

199i. 

THADDEUS p. SUUEK. PlaintUf. 

against 
VIVIAN LORRAINE SULJ5K, 

Defendant. 

Order ot PaWratloa 

The objact of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce A Mensa Eth Thoro to be 
merged into f divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said defendant 
upon the grounds of Desertion, 

And an affidavit having been 
been made and filed that the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
Stale of Virginia, Uie iajit known 
post office address being 903 Vir- 
ginia Avenue. Cumberland, Marf- 
land. It la ordered that ahe do ap- 
pear here within ten (10). days 
after due publication | hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 
A C«^y— l^jite: 
JOHN V. yENTRl^. Clerk. 
By: MARY M. WHrTB, D.C. 
Richard G. Brydges, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia IMWt 



• miN«s $mN\cn 

New and used furniture for Mia 
or rent at thcBargate BMWrla 
Oceana. "Biw and Seli with U«cta 
Bill." M^^aadlM of all kJadli. 
Also repairs to bicycles, town 
niowers, oiitl}oanl motora. If it 
don't work an "Pee Wee" Mason. 
He'll fls ft. THE BARGAIN 
BAZAAR, Courthouse R o a 1^, 
Oceana. Va. Pbonc GA 8-7Q88. ' 

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la Cha Cieik'a Office of the Chrwalt 
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la the Cleric's ottkie of the Circolt 
Coart of the Coaa^ ef Priac^ss 
Aaae, oa the 6th da]r of Nevenber, 



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PANNfE V. JBNKIlfS, Plaintiff, 

against 
ROBERT B. JENKINS, Defendant 
CNrder of PaMortloa 

TlM ^ject of this suit Is to obtaia 
an ^nnullment from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of not 
consummated. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a reaideat ot the State of 
Virginia, the last l^own pest of* 
flee address being Box P. M. B. 
Atlanta 15, (j^eoi^ia. it is ordered 
that he do appear here within tan 
(10) days after dua publication 
hereof, and do what ma^ ha neoea* 
saiy H mmsi^ hl| l»tw«at 1» Uils 
suit. 

A Q«f }Npiifa#K 
JttRN V. mif^es. ciMfik 

By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard (L ft^N^es p.q, 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Vh^inla lMJh« 

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ConmoBwealtb of VtrYiala, 

la the Cterk*» Oflke of the Circalt 

OMrt of Hkt Cmuulf ol fMaceaa 

Aaae, mi tte ISrd day of Novemhor, 

1990. 

EDWARD r. SHAVE, Plaintiff 

a^Uist 
ROSEMARY M. SHAVE, Defendant. 

Or^r of ftbllGiitloa 
' The ohject of thte suit Is to obtain 
a divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
firom te said defi»dant, upon the 
grouncte of dmertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident <4 the State of 
Vir^Ua, tte last known post offiea 
addi^si being 657 Cra;^ 0Cret«. 
4(A«NMCtadf 3. New York, it )$ 
oMwwt Mat slw do appear here 
Wthta tan (10) days after due 
^Mlcatlon hereof and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suR. 

Xms V. FENTR^. Clerk. 

By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard G. Brydges, p.q, 
ilU Pacific Avenue 
Vii^ia BMCh. Vb-gtnia lM94t 



Commonwealth at Virginia. 
In tte Cleric's Offtee irf the Ctrcoit 
Coart of the Coaatf of Priacem 
Aaae, oa the 23rd &y of Nerember, 

liwa. 

ALEASE C. CROUCH. PlaiiUlff. 

sigainst 
DONALD O, CROUCH. D^odant. 
Order ef PahUcatlOB 

The object of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, uptm the 
grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, Um- lairt known post office 
address being 427 Westover Ave., 
Norfolk, Vlri^ia, but now the un- 
dersigned naakes oath that to the 
best of her knowled^ he is i^ non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered tliat he do appear here 
wlthia tW. (10) days after due 
publication keraof. and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest In ttia suit. 
A Cofy— Teete: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clark 
By-: MARY U, WHITE. IKC. 
Thotoas C. Broyles, p.q. 
Richard O. Brydges 
'3115 Pacific Avenue 
Vlr^nla Beach, Virginia 12-3-4t 



EARL WAYNE KALUOSAAIU, 

Plaintiff, gainst 

MARSARBT SWISHER 

KALLK)SAARI, DafMldaat. 

Order ef PahUcaMea 

The object of this suit is to obtain 

a divorce a Mensa Et Thore to be 

merged into a divorce A Vtneuki 

Matrlmoaii. 

And an aN|i4BvU living been 
made and fl)e4 Miat the di^ndam 
la not a residi^ af the Mata of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being Box 158, Tlkomp- 
swvUle. Mk:hi|ptn, it to erdtored 
that she do appear here wittln 
ten (10) days afti»r due pubUoatk^ 
hereof, and do what may ha neces- 
sary to protect l^r in'terait in this 
suit 
A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard Gk brydges ' 
Thomas C. Broyles p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 11-lMt 



BUSIIflSS SERVICES: Electrit 
Chain Saaw, floor sandera, wax 
ara. belt sawdara. power mowers 
liawar tiikvat, fertiliser sp:tad 

•«a, aaadera, tawn rollers. pos\ 
hole di ggara A aarMtors. Cai 
GA S^m Fuel. Feed 4 Builii 
lis Sdi^toh Inc. IXI'. S-a 

Bl^INBie SEAVICI^: Bualnasi 
■ i lM t a a a» Hvoaar Vtacuum CtiN^ 
«S. i^i^ ik m!Si&, Fruwiii. al 
Adeni it- pairs. Pick up arid del; 
veri . Phone UA »-«^ f«el Feec l 
& bi4MlMi 'HiW^a. .»n«. (ij 
8-l«6a 4-17-itr 



• K)R RENT 



Motel %MUi liar raat. S>^, we«k or 
m<m^ Heat and hot water. 
Q#A|. SAND itOT$h. Dial 
QA •MM. 10^X»-tfn 



•'% m I I I ' m-| i I 



OfSe* vmm WM iaew ever mm- 
aML Qffloi tar rent. Dial QAr^en 
8^321 or Of 8-7103. I0*lfn 



HlM^HiD APTS. 

"IMimInt 






One bedrocfth duplex house, rcasqfi- 
able, in htatit of tmft\. ALw hotti 
rooms aiM aj^ffUnentM, Greaft- 

10-2»-t4t, 

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Reaa- 



I2^M»t 




DM*I 



<4 1 » *-"y 



ana 



Ing rpop^ Ti^fnjsh^rt. Y 



MadrMML 



rental. Appl^ Wt 15th Street 

I2*»t 



I bedrooms kitchen and bath, conV' 
^. .viij ..4 i»..-.m'U CXijp; Utilities. 
Centra. l\ L-oa'cA |g4 m'lMhlvv 
or IUOa'l«aai;ji JK'arly, Apply 3i».. 
^th WpJrtT , ^i2-3.tfn* 

Furni.siiecl «i>artti^(>ati aHaain heat, 
alt u.ii,ii4i, InciuiiaA jipplv 209' 
19tii Street. , ,^ i2-3-3t : 

L0NIK>i7~ilRli6ft ^ 
apartment, oil 
trie k.tchan si 
watvjr furni||])a4 CMI 
F. 11.paary. 




1 ^ lip ' m «^Mvhii|4o<HAl 
0»»W»lWtl|^t4 iP.ilWping 



'*'f!C 



PriMMt Awpa Courthoiiaa — 
au«i««M. q^tHP with Mmir^- 
rooffk llviM fuu^aiO^N Viry 
good l?«8m«8» oB^tUBtfy for 
aNNla •wake mechante. Annjual 
Hai per manth. Nettam- 

u^ot^m ami, 

tM4fn 



For Mmt small 
house, $175,00 

9AMtm 



fhreproof wars- 
a year. PboM 



Wif.nMlptaM.Wi. 



Catering to parties. Reasonable 
Itourly mtes. Rafarenewu Oali 
Mrs. Nellie WUllams. UL 6-MOl. 

u-ia-at 



PETS 



PETS — 125 ^ges and acquarHma 
' full of pets for Chrtatmas. Make 
your selection early. Deposit will 
hold for Santa to pick up Christ- 
mas Eve. FRANK'S TliCW^ICAL 
FISH, PETS 4 SUPPLIES, aw 
23rd ^reet. 12-3-4t 

TROPICAL FISH— Special acquar- 
ium set ups for Christmas, 10 
galton tank, filter kit etc. $15.95. 
month of December only. 
rRANK'8 TROPICITL PiaH, PETS 
&SUPPUB8 
im iSvd Mreet. 

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uvmur A9A 

«an| bf tiM 

ifwtmKit^ 1 
tQdf) apaiip^ntSt 
im Street. Itetas m 

* m f« i mum i i» mu m twm wam ri^ 

iMt^ hstt^e at fr ' ^ ' - 




je, on 
route 815- gix roomi Sn|(, kltcH-^ 
en, pantry, u0Mtjr taffk 1arg«r 
yarn, shade twaa. -Agiplit. J^art- 
afiafter. Pleasant Ridge, Vli^flnfaur 

12<3-3i^ 



By owner — 3 liedrooms, uAftin^l4l|' 
ad., newly tttcorated with ail eU# 
tffftl aiyQancaa. Dally call SL. 
i-im. evminga OA 8-1574. 

12-3-tte 

OCmifA^Unfurnished 2-bedro(Mai 
house, floof furnace, lar|^ k$. 
Available now. Call GA ^WS^. 



fftm^* nontUyt ymt^- Cottagai:: 
and apta., budgeted for yoik.r 
Aneltor R(«Hy, Pacific and SM|» 
St OA 8.7421, GA M«f, O^T 
d>2SS0, day or avaBiaif. >, 

T-lO-tf* 
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• aABY SnfTSIS 



OCEANA BABY SITTING SERV- 
ICE — Day and ol|*t C^U oA 
8-«ai7. 13-3-lt 

•' SALESMAN WANTED 



CAWARIES — Guaranteed safa» 

singers. Ideal Christmas presents 

lor all the family to enjoy. Other 

rare and exotic birds of ail kisds. 

FRANKS TROPICAL FISH, WBTR 

A 80PPUES 

206 23rd Street ' 

13*U 

• MISC. FOR SAU 



• AUTOMOTiVE K)R SAtj 

lf»8 JJPSEl"--' A^ OBffidAtljplgk 
power e<iuip^(t tow, mf^N^ 
like new condition^ one oiipe^ 
Terms arraagedf. Call OA S-^6^ 

m7 



ftemuilt-Dauphlne, 1967, r a d 1 a^? 
hfalar. Can be aeen at 506 ^tb« 
SireM. Virginia Beach or phona 
<SA *3101. 11-24-lt 



Start New Year with your own 
intlependent, profltabie" Rawleigh 
business in Virginia Beach. Men 
or women, full or part time. 
Write Rawlelgh's, Dept VAlr 
1000-590. Richmond, Va. 

12-3-lt 



M Vlrgiahi, 
fa ¥VB Cli^k% mOm W tibe Circalt 
dwrt a« the CoHi^ of PriacMH 
AMC oa the ard day of tfoveaihwi 

ERANNB MARIE AMBROSE. 

Plaintiff, 

' against 
JOHN MAIIU}N AMBBC^fi. 

DefmAmt 

Oadar of PaMlratkia 

Tlw eh|e^ ^ tbis Mtf t li to oWaln 
4 ^vwca a Yta@do natrimonll 



Cenaionwealth of Vhshila, 
la a» Clerks OfHce of the Cfawalt 
Coart oi the Coaaty of Priacess 
Aaae, m «ie dth day ef NevMaber, 



Double strength glass stow pan- 
els for jalousies and awning type 
windows Installed. C*U us ter 
prices, GA 8-9221. IS-S-tfrt 

1 I' l l I 1 1 " . " I ft 

flreplaoe wood for safe, n^p^ or , 
Kplit length. Phone rilniiii igaa' > 
2917. / ^ ^ 

Piano. Weaver Spinet Ij^ck hcquer 
finish, r^oCfc Gootf conditio^, 
Apply Box 600, Prfeicess AMW 
Courthouse — near SilW^MW 
School after 5:30 p.m. Mrsi 0»U# 
laa E. Brawn. 12-3-U 



1962 Studebaker Ghampton, black 
4.door, white side wall tires, setA 
a>vei;s, custom radio, heater ana 
oefroster. Excellent condltkm. 
Best offer. GA 8-0227. ll-5-tf» 



1911 Ford ^ statlonwagon. Radk%^ 
IHater,; automatic transoOsafa^^i 
W^.irali tires, two-tone palufc^ 
"^-*^t condltton. Call GA) 

8-20-tfa 
le 



• AMUHMSIT FOR R9iT 



■^Hm* 



General Electric dryer and ironer, 
slightly used. reainiaWa. Dial 
HO 4-0015. 13*U*- 



» HpMt FptHI> 

LAURSL MANOR— Brick, 3 ijed- 
reoms, modem built-in Utehffi, 
washer and dryer cQnnecti^ Ul 
bathroom, patto, terge ft>t|ce<l kit 
Many other eatlfwit fWI par Qioi^tlii 
afNi* snwll *>wn pavment 
$13,300 t^i. Dial GA '8-5830. 
C^aer. l^^lt 

*!■ Wa i II 1 11 *■ ' !■■ WMI I ■ i I ■ - 01 - I I* U I III » 

• fUmtloii WtnM M»ki 

Wanted— Small jobf around house ««„ rat ij<ji«*wt .«-: ..««r «.i^:i 
or garden by retired man. CaU '^"u^T.^tI!??* !??/°%S •??* 



V4 University of l^ry^nd doctor's i 
books. Formerly belonged to Dr. 1 

Dill. Phone OA 8-2249. U^lt i 

'" ' ' ^ .__.__^ j 

Circulating* oil 



^droom i^fumlshed apanmant, 
ll^jf^poiieh and yard. 2 blbcka> 
from ocean and shopping dlst^ot. 
One bedroom fumli^ed apart- 
ment, private entrance, furhace 
beat. Call GA 8-5596 or GY 7.20»« ■ 
10-22-^f 

* m FC^ SALE OR RENT 



heater and 
$«0; also heater burns wee4 or 
coal. $10. DW QA ^038. 

II44I 



VMi TV a»d aipllandaa for a^e 
or rmL GuM^nteed raomdt* 
tiimed. Hlr^ 1^ London Bt^Gm^., 
Qpaa 9^ QA%172f. 244Aa 

SSSmi 



9: 



:93: 



GA 8-^24 after 5 pjn. 



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QBRAU) ATKINS. Halntlff. 

against 
PATRICIA L. ATKINS. Defendant 
Order of PaWh^aea 

1%e object of this suit is to obUln 
a divorce A Umm et Thoro-au- 
thority to ha manNl hito a Divorce 
A Vlaods Ma^M»ll ftvm the 
said defendut upon the grounds 
of Desertion. 

And an affidavit haviflg been 
made and fllad that Uw ihlmtniK 
la het a nal^r^t of tfett mm of 
Vfar^iia. ttM IM* imows p^ of- 
fice addreM b«4fig % Mr. Jwell 
234 Atlantic Street, Grover City, 
California, it is ordered thM she 
(to app^r here within tan (10) 
day* after due publlcatiea tm«of, 
and (to wliat s^y be oe^aatfy to 
pvtect her latorei^ to UiM suit 

A Copy— 4\Bste: 
imOi V. FENTR]^ Clerk. 
Ry: MARY M. WHITB. D.C. 
Richard Q. ^eyigm dm. 
Sits Paet^ Av^iaa 
Vir^ala Beach, Vlrglahl lH2-4t 



OoMaMMMnMritt ef Vlrgfala. 
la the <^^ Ollke ei the Chreatt 
Coart «f dM f^eoty of VMiceM 
Aaae, mi tte i^H day i^ ^veaiber. 



EARL L. TOBIASON, Pkitotlff, 



I^ARL Tt)BIAS>N, Defendant. 
Order tt PiriMaMa» 

The objwt of this stilt is to obiMM* 
a tUvnr^ A Viucu^ 



PERCUSSIONIST — For orchestra, 
dance band, trio. Experienced, 
full set of drums, own Inws- 
portatlon. Available for Chrfait- 
mas holidays, December 18th 
thru Jmuu-y 2. Phone Dallas 
Dalby, GA 8^786 or write Rt, 2, 
Box 151, L<»idM Bridge, Va. 

12-3-lt 



• FOAALE HEIP WANTS) 



NURSES— Graduate, pracUcal and 
nurses aides. Apply Superinteul- 
ent Virginia »Mch ^Krttal. 
26th and Antic Ave. MHft) 



•m ill 



IitpariecMM girl for drug sU»« 
work tfom 4 ^w. to 9 am. Appiv 
to W. B. Meredlthi Mer^fith 
l>Ftif Co., 17th * Pacific. * 

imm 

Young lady living pMu- Virginia 
Beach to deliver for dantai 
iaborOory and do lisbt office 
work. I^ohe &A 8-75fe or MA 
2-7137 tor interview. 12-3-lt 



• raf mskmm 

FlHIl^ 



WMited — Man <» wortian who 
liraiM Uke to averi«e $2.50 to 
i3w an hpur m Watklns dealer 
te S^h PrInceM Anne Coim^. 
Car necessary. No capital Invi^- 
»K«t Sun>^ nml famUhii with 
WaUMiM ItaUoBaliy adve^ead 
p^i^ta. Baii flctu^ a^son of 
year at haa^ Wrlto the j. r. 

wattiM e^ P. 0. Box smi. 

RMwMd, Va. il-S-H 



driveway dW. sand, clajfc ^ 
llvered or loaded on your trvafe. 
Phone I^lnceas Anne 2399^ Jtm^ 
nedy. HiUflJli 



Electronic par^ larfeat 
tubes, resM^r^ eom^ 
speakers, uupmrn, mOm. 
tanna parts. Ssnrtoa disoewta. 
Hirtz TV. L(mdon Bridge GA8- 
1727. ^ 2*tfn 



Ul Ut Mi^ Yon 

Vate md mtrMta. Battel 

24-0l)US SHRVICX 
SIMM SEVMNf C»ITSR 



• PLANTS A SHRUBS 



^aU, medium wdi ku-ge AaalMs 
and Camellias fbr sale at whole- 
sale or retail Visit Delbaven 
Nursery, Rt 1, Bayslde, Virginia. 
Phone HO 4-0861. HQma Phone 
MA 54180. 349-tfD 

• BUILDINO - REPAIRS 



AppUasee rapatm ea alt nahea 
and models. (HwB 9^ Bobioim 
sa^ and sar^ now at Uirti 
Appliance Co., U»«o» BrUga 
GA 8-1727. 9<a4Stk 



nmsm house 

FOR RENT 

Newly painted furnished 
house. Yearly lease $90 
per nr«5nth. Dial GA 8-71 52 
evmings. 



We buy 

OLD GOLD GOLD COINS 
DUMOND'S SaVER 

JEWELRY 
Auction Gallery 

ISlS athatk Av*. 



i 



Repairs 

Houiahofd 




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VIBGINtA BEACH SUI^r//S, tfeSDAY, Ofcg^BiR^ 1959 



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MUUT.ISY HIGHWAY, kOurE 13 

■•hytji iMwdal* Traffic Circle and 

Vn^liia Beach Blvd., R^te 58 

Di^f'7aih ' Open 10:30 A.M. to 10:30 PAA. 



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Ctttiu- and Dine in 

Our MoJrnt 
Clitu'it' Ahuusph, ir 

I'Aparril h\i ['.xfurt 
iliincsc Clii'f in) in 
NrtK' York's 
• L'hinaloU'H 

We Herr* l|«nchi>aii and Dlnnirii 



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Ji^nior's Name was 




■M look pretty.* 

kaantieiMt r«- 

■li piA, j4isIor 

■t OwllMly 

-It didnt 



Wn0P0 ft Hit 

dilldrca to toll tii* «*«Ui— 

MMMtfaBM, Am »llll>IIIMtlni 

tnrth. Maybe w* a4MU efald 
mm man ef tfu^ far iurtsiMc. 
■H^rkc w* McM to Bdnlt tin* 
totonuMC -doMB't really wwk^ 
WkM wc ellayaate iiU enr latol* 
•rtUtoM— ••▼« to raweetlBc • 
Mciffekor't rif ht to enjoy » 
««lit fflMs of beer. Good 
■^IgMberlliieei begim when Ib- 
i,..«ad,latnitli. 



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County Midget, 
Junior Footmll 
Season to Close 



Of'KAVA — lA'agiiH play In Prln- 
('(.-■« Aiinc Coiinly MMgH atid 
.Jiiiiifii Ktwtball will t'!a,-i*' out to- 
ulghi with two gainc'K ^chedulc^d In 
the Midget and a Ukf number In 
the JMmor Leafue. The playoffs 
have been moved to ^lurday, Dec. 
12. at Princess Anne High School, 
dtie to the postponed ^a/nes toeing 
plaved lonifht. 

The Diamond Spwlngi^ ftoyalg 
with a victory over the Kempsvllle 

I Falcons tonight can take the Coun- 
ty Midget crown without a playoff; 
however, i( the RovuIk shoui<l lose, 
a playoff game l>etween the Royals 
and Falconn would he neteMHary 
to decide first place In the second 
half. Even If the Failcons should 
win a playoff game betw^n them 
and the Boyals for the second half 
they would meet the Floyals In the 
playoff for the County Champion- 
chip. The Rayals have already 
gained a berth in the playoff for 
tjje Coun'y Championship b^ vir- 
tue of winning the first half of 
play. The Falcons ne«»<l three 
straight vlPtorifi* over the Royals 
m order to win the County Cham- 
piunithlp. 

The Oceana Chiefs, winners of 
the first half of the Junior Foot- 
ball League, have found the going 
a little rough in ths second half 
if play. Last week the Diamond 
Springs Cnmets tf>ok the lead in 
the sefond half of league play by 
virture of their (! to win over 
the Chief «. A victory over the 

^■smpsvllle Ace."? tonight will as- 
sure the Cometj< of playing the 
Oceana Chiefs for the County 
Junior Championship; a loss would 
throw the Ktcond half Into a three 
way tie between Oceana, Diamond 
Springs, and KempsvlUe making 
additional gami*H necessary before 
a Hecond half winner could be de- 
cided. 



^CefQTiiH ^959, ilnittd States Br ewer t foundatim^ 



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You 11 Find the Gift t 
She Wants Most at... \ 

THE GOLF SHOP I 

Yoong and old alike BLAZEES Size 8-18 
chtrishes the wool ) *14* 

\n Red, Black, G\-ay and White. 



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. BLOUSEE 

Tile blci^ you ail have 
aeenyaaUiig. WaMh £ 
weai-Diicron ami c«tton 

with the McMulien 

col lar. Sol l«l Ijeige. white. 

^a gr«en. blUe. 

gt2e 10-16. 



hwn 3«9B 




SWEATERS^ 

Here, you have so many^, 
styleK tf) ch(jo.se frorfl* 
In Kitten Soft wool, ^ 
Han Ltin or Orion. )| 



ST.^NIM.NGS (2iid Half) 
MIdgetN 
Team W 

4J.S. Royals 3 

Kcmpsville Falcons 2 
Lara^an B. Devils 2 
W'oi dstock Boosters 1 
Oceana Jetg 

Juniom 
Team W 

D,S. Comets .• 3 

Oceana Chiefs 2 

Kempsvilte Aces .... 2 

Aragona Colts 1 

Wotjdjjtoek Aces 

(iMmeN THIh Week 

Haturday, Deeember I 

Diamond Springs Royals 
\ Kempsville Falcons at Kempsvilie, 
6 p.m. 

Woodstock Boosterf^ vs. Oceana 
Jets at Oceana, 6 p.m. 

Junlorw 
Hatartld|;, December S 

piami*d Springs Comets vs. 
keinp«viile Aces at Kemp.xvllle, 
1-M) p.ni. 

Wtxnl.stock Aces vs. Oi-feajia Chiefs 
at Oit-ana, TM p.m. 



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OPEN 
9:M UB. 
Ttl 9 p JB. 

TU 

can^MAs 

SAliW!»AY'tMe 




8!t.- W. LITTLE 

CREEK RD. 

Between 

Gran by 

and 

Hampton 

PHONI' 

Jl! 7-80;il 



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REMODELING? 

start with 




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I Utta viHi ■aw Ihha laaB 

■ >.||ia% Mill L a 

• • « w^&n ■"wi^r* m^^^m mf9^K 

aw laali MMd Ym Gda cdwdhr poMl • «afl I r ■ r 
tor M Ma « $M. M* Nrf MiM to your I 

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County Adult Men's 
B2s!:etball Loop 
To Be Organized 

OCEANA — A niceimg to re- 
organize the Prince.'j.s Anne County 
ArtuH Men's; l$a.sketball League will 
be held Wednesday, I>ec*'inl)er 9th, 
at S p.m. in the "recreatlcm office. 
Contracts will be distriluitp.i and 
rules fully o.^cplaliied al tills meet- 
ing. Deadline for ti^ams entering 
league is the same dav of the meet- 
ing. 

A fe? of sixty-two dollars ($62) 
will be charged each team making 
entry In thl.s league. Entry fe«s 
wlil 1 e Used to pay game officials. 
Kntry fee mu^jt be paid at the time 
the team entry is submitted. 

A player participating on a team 
In this league nui.st be under signed 
contract and contract filed in the 
recreation office prior to participat- 
ing in his first league game. A 
registration fee of 50c will be 
charged each player signing a con- 
tract. Registration fees will be 
used to purchase awards for the 
County Champions at the close of 
the season. 

Play is tentatively schedule<l to 
|)cgln eiihei' the flr.'it or second 
^•eek of January. Games will prob- 
ably be scheduled on Tuesday and 
Thursday nights, weekly, in the 
Orean.q and KempsvlUe Gvms. A 
maximum of two games a Week is 
tentatively set for each team. 

Th? Princess Anne County Adult 
Men's Basketball League was re- 
ferred to as the Ocean County 
League In past years. 



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These are busy days for the 
Prlnces.s Anne Naw Wives Club 
No. 143. The club provided two 
needy families with complete 
Thanksgiving dinner baskets. 
Canned goods were donated by the 
members, and meat and perLshables 
were purchased from the club 
treasury. 

The Dec. .3 meeting will be a 
combination meeting and dinner 
which culminates the membership 
drive of the past two months. Also 
at this meeting candles which the 
members have been making will 
be judged, with the most attractive 
to lie awarded a prlie. These 
candles will be on sale at the 
Colonial Store. 31st Street. Virginia 
Beach, beginning Fiidav evening. 
Dec. ^4. 

Beginning in early December the 
membere will wrap Christmas gifts 
for service personnel at .NAS 
Oceana. The wrappings will be 
supplied by the Navy Exchai^, 
with no charge for the gift wrap- 
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Be Extra Alert 
In Bad Weather, 
Poster Urges 

' Decemhor Is the mwrt dangerous 
mpntl) for p«4eBlrian arclrtenia, the 
Tirtewatw Automobile ARSorl«tio« 
warnwt t6da|f, rui%tn|f^ sr^oolage 
younff»tet« to toe •xtra ali^ » in 
snowy, intny weather. 

"While Uw loereaae<l bmirs of 
darkneflf; ^ay ■ «n important ' part 
In December's hi?^^'' j^destrlan 
death tate, tberf U no dou^ that 
the Inclement weather, la alfto a 
major factor," the AAA\Club Raitl. 
"Ilaln and fjnow lower TflfrfWtlty 
and Increaii^ the danger M sidddlnR 
in automobiles and of slipping 
among pedi»trbins^ It Ua time for 
caution. 

The AAA Club urges youngsters 
to allow themselves more time to 
cross slippery Greets and to re- 
meml>er that oars required mofe 
bralEing distance under Auch con- 
ditions. 

* A safety poster on the theme, 
"Be Extra Alert In Bad Weather," 
will soon make Its appearance in 
local elementary schoolH. It Is being 
distributed tbi^ month In Virginia 
Heacli as part of the regular month- 
ly safety e^ucatkm program of 
Tidewjiter Autoinobll|f AH.<<ocl8t|nn, 
, The poster, nested by Douglas 
Rose, l<l<yefir'0id student in the 
ninth gt^^ at Memorial Junior 
High School/' Hun(iij|ton, N.y>, was 
a first pnHae wlMvi| In the Anveri- 
can AuMfXk$l>ilr I^BfljS^iatKm's 1959 
National Tjn^mfni I^^r Con- 
tert. TT» j^4B6e;%»» awartieil by a 
panel «f |iaflottR|Iy»lma«% |iHtg^. 
and the poster will lie' r^produc«d 
and distributed t>y AAA Motor 
Clubs In inat^ Vse^^tlona ef the 
country. 



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CRYA Basketball 
Organization Meet 
Set for Dee. 17 

OTKaNA — The Recreation De- 
partm«'nt will iwjrpintae the ORYA 
dirt's Rasiietb.ill li#ague; ijowove^, 
thli; vear the league will Ix* known 
as the Teen Girl's Raskethall 
league. The meeting to reorganlxe 
this league will be held Thursday, 
Dec. 17, at 8 p.m. In the recrea* 
tlon office. Contracts will be dis- 
tributed and rules fully explained 
at the meeting. 

Plavers partlrinotlng on teams In 
this league must have reached their 
13th blrthrlay and cannot have 
reache«l their 20th hirthrtay prior 
to April 1. Iftfl0.i Players Iwirn prior 
tr» April 1. ilMO ane ineligible, 
Teams entering other than Youth 
Clubs miitt recruit player.-) from 
ihelJ* local areas imlesn approved 
otherwU* hy the Recreation Dln'c- 
tor. Youth Clubs ent«»rlng t<»anis 
must recruit players from their 
local club. 

Official NST.WS Rnsketball Rules 
for lOffciWiO will aoply c-Kcopt as 
modified In the l<^gue rules. 

A registration fee of 2r»c will ho 
charged, each player signing a con- 
tract to participate with a team 
in this league. Registration fee Will 
he u<ied to ptirchase awawls for the 
Coimtv Champions at the close nf 
the f-M.son. 

may Is tefttatlvefv scheduled to 
begin during the first or second 
week of January. Oames will be 
scheduled at nlglit during the week 
as gym space Is available. No team 
will play n^ore than one game a 
week, t 



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I»rceinl»er 7 thru December II 

Monday, Dec. 7 -^ Baked beans 
with sausage, pineapple naiad, ap- 
ple sanfc, biscuits, Initter. 

Tuej"t'iy, Dec. 8 — Hot Dogs, 
stewed tomatoes, buttered corn, 
rolls, initter, peach pie. 

Wedno-(iay4 Dec. 9 — Macaroni 
and ehee-e. green beans. r*w carrot 
bicuits, butter, oranges. 

Thursday, Dec. 10 — Barbecue, 
cole «law. gi«en Hmas-Apcl corn, 
rolls, butter, cake. 

Frklay, Dec. 11 — Fish sticks, 
parsley • potatoes, turnip greens, 
cdmbread, butter, cnc^iet. 

Dr. and Mrs. |c^n Cold |». of 
n^rtettesvlfe arfnouii^e rtte J)frth 
of a son. Mirk ^s^d, on'pftda^, 
Kov. .]3i at the University Hospital, 
tCharlottesvllle. Mr.s, Cole is the 
former Miss Jobil Lasslter of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Dr. Cole Is the son 
of Mrs. John Cole of Norfolk, for- 
merly Virginia Beach, and the late 
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Mrs. M. B. Tonkin 
Guest Speaker at 
D.A.R. Meeting 

Mrs. Maurice B. Toi^kln of War- 
wick, Honorary State Re^nt and 
Vice President General of the Na- 
tional Society D.A.R.. was guest 
speaker at the meeting of the 
Sarah Constant Chapter Friday 
evening, Novemlier 20, at the home 
of Mrs. Rchert L. Pully on Laurel 
Crescent, Norfolk. 

Mrs. Tonkin, who is also .state 
chairman of the committer for the 
restoratk»n of recoMs, ^ve an In- 
terekting talk oA the great Import- 
ance of preserving and restoring 
the hisioricat records thixnighnut 
Virginia, and the nation, descrlliing 
in detail gome of the processes in- 
volved In this work. 

Two new memt)ers, Mrs, Kmmett 
C. Knighton »nd Mrs. Luther B. 
Wallace, were Introduceti. 

Mrs,' Vivian L. Ott invited the 
group to attend a Chrlsfenaa party 
at her home on Svlvan Avenue, on 
Tuesday, f venU*,' ftec, J^. 



Special Prognun 
To Feature P.A. 
Woman's Club Meet 

A program of unu-^ual lieauty 
will he pn'sented by thf Fine Arts 
Dep.irtmenl of the Woman's Club 
of I'rincess Anne County at the 
regular luncheon meeting on Tues- 
day. Dec. S, at the PJne Tree Inn. 

The program, "Portraits of the 
Madonna," will be narrated by the 
District Fine Arts Chairman, Mrs. 
Foster Gilbert. Living models of 
the Madonna will be Mjrs. Kdwarrt 
B. Snyder, Mrs. Waverly J. Dlcken.s 
■Ir., and Mrs. Carlton E, Seay. 
S<riptui'«\ |)oems and special music 
will lie ibsed In (^mnectlon with 
th<< pix)gram. 

Miss Faye Co|>pedfi^' will he guest 
soloi.Ht. and will sing Avu Maria by 
llach-Gounotl. 

A chorus under the dinvtion of 
Mrs. G, C Marshall, mu.sic «^alr- 
niiin, will sing Chrlstman oamls. 
Cluti nu'inls'rs taking part In the 
<'i\oral giHMtp will l»e Mr^i. George 
K. Miller. Mrs. F,. II. Slrl.'hv, Mb,,. 
Ktlwin A. Coyn>r, Mr-, T. mni'lt 
Horry. Mrs. George I.. .Mdrld^e, 
Mrs. I), Murwiy .MallHm. Mrs, 
Aubrev C. Holmes, Mrs. R, II. 
Owen," Mrs. Alhln R. Mallhes. Mrs. 
T. F. I,eesnitsser, Mrs. Han-y F, 
Ames and Mrs. 0. C. Marshall. 
Grtiup carolling by cluli memtiers 
Is also planned. 

Mrs. I). W. Oregory is in cliargi* 
of deeorationa. 

.Mrs. William C. Ashman, chair- 
man of the Fine Arts Defiartment 
and co-chairman Mrs. Charles O. 
Kidd will be in charge of the pro- 
gram. 



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dRTLK MOLDS JIEttTIMG 

The Maude Fulford Goldea Circle 
met wemgam* Nov. 25 «i i p.m. 
at the home of Mrs. Z. Davis M 
P1mmii« I^um RtMdt MnK L. 
Anderson was hwtess for the 
lunclw<Mi. 

The circle held their annual 
Christmas Basaar, which a^ord- 
Ing to Mrs. FulftM^, was a auecMws. 
The circle la iIm selling Duttean 
HInes fruit cakec tm- ^rMiAM. 
The proceeds from the fruit cakes 
will go towards the Maxltron, 
which is one of the projecta of tlw 
Vlrj^nia Federatiofi of Womwi'a 
Cluba. The circle also deci<ted to 
save old sheets for the caiM^er 
Wciety. 

.\leniber« ^reaent w«r« Mr«. L. 
AiKlerM>n, Mr«. P. F. Mueller, Um. 
Fr«d Batgler, Mrs. J. B. Pay ^., 
Mla« Dwynne Fay, Urn. HertiMn 
Oliver, Mr«. John Weal, Mrs. Fr«l 
Lunflford. Mrs. T. B. Petty and 
Mrs. Fulford. 

The circle will v1)ttt the %ore 
Drive Convalestent Himie dui^ng 
the ChrfMmas twUdaya. > 

ftee OoMton Citvie la aponaored 
by the Woman'K Clut) of CI)«M- 
peMx Beach under th« c>Mlrman- 
A1^ tf Mrs. F. L. laineford. 



dent M Wm OsMcg^ MC^ tpttA 
the wMkend with hla pArcnta, Mr: 
and Mre. F, A, Bednarick. on Bay- 
vtlte AomL 



IHuM Bykn, who la a rtudient at 
'Mwtiatm CoU^, spent tlwnks- 
givin|LlMM4i|r« wltk ^r parenta, 
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B.%YL.\K«: MKTHoiJist fHrmn 

According to the pantor, the Rev. 
J. W. KeynoklH Jr., the following 
periionK joined the membertihtp of 
the church on Suncbiy, Nov. ffl; 
Mr. and MrM» J. I. Hightower and 
daughters April and Jana; Mr. and 
Mrx. Moi-gan F. McAfee and daugh> 
ter Beverley; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 
mmtm, Mr. and Mrs. C P.Qttinc^j 
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Burrfs. * 

The cangrefMtlon was gtmulf 
inspired by the niualc «f 1^ J«infer 
and Chanel ahob-n feoth m. the 
Thankagfving aervlce and the tMd- 
day morning WMiriilp aervlee. 
T%ef« • are 7S Rttmbeni in ttia 
Junior Choir with a waiting lt«t. 

Thursdajf night, Dec. 3i the Com- 
mlKi<ion on £ducMion w4il meet tt 
the ^vndi at fM p.». 

Sunday, Dec. 6, Holy CommunI«B 
will t>e held at the 11 a.m. worah^. 

gtx p4n. Coii«r«fatteB Family 
Ntght wiU he held #itti a e»v«red 
dish supper. ThU will be followed 
by Hinging Chrktmas Carols and 
a history cf Baylake Church will 
be presented In color slideM. Miss 
Billy Mays has developed the com- 
mentary, 

.Monday, l>ec. 7 at 8 p.m. the Com- 
ntlflsion on •Ptntmoe wUh meet at 
the parsonai^. 

Thursday, Dec. lo. Circles I and 
2 will hold a }oint meating at the 
church at 8 p.m* 

Mrs. DeFerrest Uly l« Circle 
leader Iw (^N4e -1 end Ufn. John 
DMiel Is leader for CUr«ie 2. 



nsMOh'ALii 

flic Rev. «id Mrs. J. W. Reyn- 
old« Jr. end ftmtly visited Rev. 
neynoMs' parc^ns Iti Fairfax Coun- 
ty over Thanksgiving holidays. 



Capt. E. W. Cole, USN, and Mrs. 
C«He of Hermit«|fe Road. Thorough- 
food, visited Mrs. Cole's mpther, 
.Mm, H, S. McKagen, in Pickens, 
S.C., over Thanks^vlng.' 

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.Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 9c1»uyler of 
1»>7 S. Lake Road visited relatives 
in BalUnwre. Md., over Thanks- 
giving holidays. 



Roger Bednarick who is a stu- 

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4tift to isO^. STANBACK-S S. A. 
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H<MMM- RoU were tl» irolkwiag 
thirty-one ^wlent^ 

Na^r Aeww^ ^SrMi 1^ ffiMn 

Johnwn, I; Ohcabetih (kMide, II; 
Lt^ Ann Hoppiu U; O^MHine 
Joi^n. Hi Diane Terrell, H; Keltte 
Dixon. II; Lyitti Cflwrtn, 11; Ikwil 
Corner, 11; Robin Wilkin^ 11; 
Charl*k MirCin, IT; Mlie(pMt Jor> 
(ten. II; U»rm Witt. (V; T«H»tt 
Jw^n, IV: ^Mliel mfoim, IV; and 
Maynor Rhae Ethertd^ V, 

Receiving HwnmMt Mention 
were: Norman 9mu QrMe S; teMh 
Smith. I; Poity Carver. I; Ifttrl 
Ferrell, I; Mari^i^ Johnnon, I; 
Tyler Murck. II; Sosanne Murden, 
II; Beth Ashbum, H; Drew Brown, 
ill: Robin Smith, III; Patty Mar- 
shall, III; Susan Whltehurst. Ill; I 
Lynn Hill, Hi; Mary Me*l^, III; 
and CiHistieM Ift-odsenhroKgh, IV.' 
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MMlallanMf), vlsitPd Fort atow F' 

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MMsH Army 

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lk|i^lA4aM»f. British Army, w*« 
^tiw .1^^wai«r area Rjif a weefc, 
1»«*» jn«t at |»st headquartem W 

09I, wmiain P. Pop*. >oi^ gumy 

kl^wing their welcome to llk# 
f;^BtoU»jous Twin tog Pactutip^, 
>J»!#^ otttceH 1»*re brtefti 
<tt-m» ^Mtiofta and organiu^Ail 
«f J^Mj^t tAd the 4th Trimporfi- 
fidif'ltontoil Command "e* hy 
Qcrt^iet t^^, who then escorlej* 
tliMiMi C wir 6f the p(»t tHth- 
ttw^ciUUeii. 

IcK^^d In the Itinerary for th« 
vWlUflf BrltlRhers artd CanadlaW 
W*B a Itf1#fmg an<^ demonstratkw 
i||ie toUK^-S. the Transportat|6» 
- m amphlbtan, caiMAM 
• tem of (^MQ froMt 
n«: the huh^nd 
^fr, t j^ntic m«^«f 
Af reMevtng various typiMfi 
of bndlnf crtft from the surf; 
«a4tbe BAR<? |Barg«, Amphlbioua, 
Hn^^i imtP) the behemetik 
"rfrln^^pg trfNfk" capable of e«- 
ryta| m to lOd ton* of cargo ti 
li^^n^ 9|ier«tlons over-the-beaek. 
t^llfws officers: C«d. t M. 
l^yk^tft 0<M. M. W. Biggs iM 
h%. Gii),Cgm^nt were eaqprttl 
f ran) iKoci SiMtifl to ¥<ai Story .W 
~^' ~M4 A- KlKhtlngale, drRMft 
KimtSft at t$ie TninaportlK 

"f^lie the three BrtUah offievn 
■wftre vfaltiBf JPort Story, theoOiet 
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ftcleney, display rt' courtesies and 
dfcicipline, job proflclenov, and 
ki^wled^ of hlfl j(^. 

Aa • ineehanlc on %hr aiMpMbknu 
equipment of the 461flt IWuporta- 



S^teiallirf Walters was clM^n for 
Mt MtiteMtn^ qualttieri aa a 
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vi^ttng ^ther military installatiQii« 
in iit# Htta^ptQii Roads area. 

LT. OMU. HOftTKTLRR GBTB 
imMhAft AtOSV RANK 

t4. Cot'SwpfmK K. H<^etl«r. 
AaiOaUiH Chief of Staff In c4iars» 
pf training and operations at Port 
Story, received hia Regular Army 
iCQiiiiniBaton last week, with the 
MfiMlWi^ mi^ of Major, retalnlnc 
bis t9m^<ry r«nic of tt. Coion«i; 

tt Cdl. Boatetler came to StoiT 
lit January of 1997 and served ts 
diief of training, both when the 
post was 4i|)^gba ted as th« Sth 
Tranaportttil(Mi Terminal Command 
"B."jin^ Jatcr nrhen It became t1i« 
4tb Triii^j^i^tton l^rmlnai (kfO^ 
nMlndi "6*." IiMt auhimer he, «•- 
sKQMd. t^nporwry comiiianir of iSie* 
1|»i Tr«ui|i»t«t}oh BaUaltOR. 

ttt<( ooRnMl eomw from OmrilEe, 
0)ti«> and; preMntly lives with In* 
family M Virginia Be«di. 

Si^eialiat, fourth 
Bai%.Of HaiMlqiM 
lOth Battalion, fi 

Eomts with the 30 
Ine pn the range at the Fleet Alir 
IM^NVa^, Training Gfoter, D«m 
N(|d& on N<»rember 19th. 

T^ 20k>^l^nt8 Ih the maximum 
•odrt^ a *fir#^ can obtain wHllif 
li^fyltig :tok record. 

■ —' V ^pmA;^olpg 9t Fort 
's,WHh%'Citi^ took ffkkc^ on 
tdj^j-HoV. 25 «t d p.tn. 
■ ni^t'enter^indistft 
flub ^ fVo^red the. natioaa% 
Icftn^.^nttltof^and 'hyt)n^l^ 
OHmf. tfe^mofiairatHig h|» p^wera 
of ^,<p!«|n|it vUton and hypnotic hi- 
]i^*. Htwte #ar also cm tlf6 i>t«r 
grim wiU) IPC fieivy Qnuittt «i^ 
hi» VmW tNvip of Fort StSry. 

ittod, «(pved buff«t style. In- 
clij»dbi»d ^M'lcey. puneh, co^ee abtf 
si^|(^8.,A1k> there was a group of 
juil^ iHHte^s frotn the fiitt- 
"««rt#r ane« who fcave preyidusly 
eilWtaia^ at the club. 

PiiCfr tQ the opening, a tour of 
the. dub was held for officers be- 
t aiggiiit the lyourg of 1 and 5 p.m. 

Many of the improvements in 
tilt lelKb ai*. « new piaiirt Job oi 
tt|^-|JSri#^ Ofw ^m)itw^e. lig^tint 
ao4 See{<eopbOQlc and pnonographl* 
Mfi^ifWt^ Th: new sound equip* 
wot bicttdes two spealcers lor tlw 
pblMcfrljpb, Md' two other speali^ 
*n t& it» improvement ot aeouir 

"^^ ofcnlng of the Service dt^ 
hi6 bao) iNMtponied due to &» 
deli^ df fbmlture ^pments, which 
haie teeently airived. 



Urtie in the ft^m^WUfi *M 

service in Korea. aM the Far fewt 

dommahd frMh 1|»1 ittKli W*- ' 

Prior to his entry into tlw sery. 

Ice. Specialist Wallers attntded thf> 

Harrlsburg, 111., High School. While 

In the ^rvlce, he completetl his 

high school tratnlim; through the 

Armed Fofcwi Institute and ^|ned 

service for Uie past elg^t y€«rs, his diploma. In' his off-duty time, 

and Jurt pe«ntly reOnliated for Specialist Waiters bj currently 

another six y«ir ptftoi lii the if king college couroes at the Fort 

Titmsportatlciw Corpa. During hu S»toiy Education Center. 



#art Story** faWBer of Oie tfoaath 
was picked by hir Con^^hy Com- 
Aaader, 'u. Jam^ J. Kelly, and 
later rhiwen by the Comnvander of 
the nth Itelialhin. Mai. Warren 
D. Higglns. To honor mm on his 
Melerimn a.s tlv .Soldier of the 
Month for b\»-i .Story, Specialist 
Walter.* received a Ivfller of Com- 
mt-pHailon from the thtnt Com- 
mamler, Col. William P. Pope, en- 
dorse«t by the Battalion Command- 
er, .MaJ, Warren D. HlBfins, a three 



^y pam irmn regHUlr duty, and a 
$25 US. Ravlnj^ Bond. 

SpecWIi^t Walters Is married to 
th# former KJsle B. I^ee of Ham- 
mond, Intl, Tliey have tvyo ilaugh- 
ters: Sheryk aged 2 and Sandra, 
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In 1776' IT.S. sailors alward the 
daptured brig Lexington overpow- 
ered the British prl» crew off the 
West Indien and sailed their vesel 
jiafely to port. 



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MKKTINti HMTI^O MO^'DAV 

The Prlnrea."? Ann«» (lariien .C*lub 
will meet Monday, Dec, 7. at a.'JB 
p.m. at the home* of Mrs. PItshugh 
Mayo, Great Neck Road. The .npeak- 
er will be Mr». Robert Tunntall. 
Ple.<)»r> note c^hangn In (Mite. 



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vief at Hampton RiMda, Va., v/m 
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This hUavlous com«dy, dt^ectAl 
hy Kdith ChaHe Ribley. cart bo aoeA 
un stag» at the Ek« LitOc ttrnth^ 
;)r>l9 High street, itk iMtiDnwth. 
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N&W takes 4 important steps to he^ 

\m^ New Industry to %iir G)iiiiiiiimiy 



Before the hktoric merger of the NorfoQc and Western and 
Viigmian Railways was approved by the Interstate Commerce 
Commission in October, N&W Ftwdent Stuart T. i^ui^en 
sakl: ''With Uiis merger we will step up and intend^ our 
efforts in a vigorous anti effective program for attracting new 
mdustry to the areas served by the two unes." 

As part of its increased activities in fulfilling this i^ge, 
today's bigger and stronger N&W has tak^n four important 
8t^;». 

ACnON 

ONI — The new N&W has enlarged and ttm^thened its 
Industrial Development Departnient. Staffed bv exper^iced, 
trained men, and now better equif^ed tiian ever, the department 
is aggressively selliM industry on locating in tibe progressive 
aizHstate area served by the road. 

1WO -^ Surveys are being made, which are uncovering 
' additional desirable site^ for expanding indvistries. As a result, 
many new sites are available and now are being offered to 
indvuitry. 

THRU ~ Stepped-up Norfolk and Western advertising in 
nationally circulated news and business magazines, news- 
jMipers, trade journal plus varied other promo^n, are con- 
tinuously tellinff manumcturors and other bustnessmen throui^- 
out the u. S. about the many natural and manrmade industnal 
advantages offered by communities along the railway's lines. 

POUR — The, physical consummation of the two raihroads is 
getting under way. The construction of conneetiiq[ links, the * 
use of better grades of the imifbd lin«i, more interchange points 
and other extensive improvements will speed ibe movement of 
freight to all parts of die country. AU of which n^ans fast^ 
9sA more ejffident N&W service — a vital factcnr in attracting 
new industry. 

CONnDOiCI IN YOUR COMMUNm 

In N&W territory there are unusual opportunitks for m- 
dustry . . . tremendous potentials for dynamic growth. Itie 
definite steps the raibroao has taken to bring in new industries 
is our way of saying, 'The Norfolk and Western has fJEuth in 
your community — its people, its progress ami its future!" 



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Ricky Riganto 
Heads Cavalier , 
Society, C.A.R. 

The Chivalter Society, CAR. elect- 
ed new officers at their last meet- 
Ing. They are as follows: President, 
Ricky Riganto; Vice President, 
Margaret Dudley; secretary, ReVa 
Keeley and treasurer, Judy Hoeft. 
Mrs. E. Guy Robertson, lUigent of 
Princess Anne Chapter DA.B. in- 
stalled the new officers. 

The president appointed iihe com- 
mittee chairman of the yew 1958- . 
'00. The History Scrapbook. Owen 
Mpore; Press Scrapbook, Judy 
Hoeft; Indian Scrapbook, Anne Ben- 
nett: Registrar, Lynda Kelly; Patri- 
ots, Anne Bennett; Flag, Helen Joy; 
Chaplain, Cynthia Maibon; Sliver 
Coupons, Judy Hoeft; Press Rela- 
tion.s Reva Keeley; Program, Carol 
Spaulding and Magazine, Peggy 
Hedley. 

The meeting w^ held at the 
home of Carol Spaulding and after 
the meeting i-efreshmertt-s were 
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Vepco Announces 
Dividends 

The Board ai Directoni of the 
Virginia Electric antf power Cte, 
meeting at Richmond Friday, <te« 
clared a quarterly dividend of 27| 
cents per ."Share on the common 
stock payal)le December 21, to 
stockholders of record at the eloit 
of buslneu on November 30. 

Regular quarterly ^vidends de- 
clared, also payable I>»%iiti>er 21. 
to stockhoWera of record Novem- 
ber 30, were as follows: $1.25 per 
.share on tlw ^ dividend j^fen^ 
$1.01 per share am the $4,04 div> 
den<i preferred; $1.05 per sham Oft 
the $4.20 dividend preitevrwi am& 
$1.03 per share on the $«.U <INii« 
dend preferred. 

' 1>reskleot A. R. StoPovmU Jr. P9> 
ported operating tv^S^mt of 
488,000 for October, md » net !»• 
come for the month of $2,263,080. 
This represents an increase of 10 J 
per cent In revwues and a 13.1 



ATTENTION — DOG OWNIRS! 

Secure Yew 1960 DOG TAGS 



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YOU MUST SHOW YHE RKi»T iOR RABIIS ^QCULAnON 
BEK>H TAG CAii^ BC SOID TO YiHK 

19S9 TAGS EXPIRf DECEMBER 31st, Vm^ 



per cent increase in net Income 
over October of 1958. 

He reported earnings of fl.67 per 
(ihai-e of common stock for the cur- 
rent twelve months, based on 14,- 
!UO,000 shares of common outstand- 
ing October 31, 19!». compared 
with earnings of $1.64 on 710.000 
fewer shares outstanding in Octob- 
er of 1858. An increase of 23,000 
etactxte cvBiUNn^s atnd 3,400 gas 
CMJBtqmeii ^as noted over tlie 
previeuT 3*«ir. At [^«8«»t, Mc- 
Dowell said, the cMi^any has ap- 
proximately 740,000 electric custom- 
ers and 9C,'000 gas customers. 

McDowell said that "company 
growth aad operating economies 
have helped to offset the rising 
t^peratlng costs due to Inflation." 

"DuHng the .last five years, 
Vepco has spent $275,330,000 in 
the con.struction of new facllitle.s 
and plants. To help finance thl.-^ 
construction, the company raised 
$170,000,00(1 in new money during 
the same period through the sale 
of long term delU *curltles and 
prefened and j^mmon stock," he 
added. 

New additions co-sting millions of 
dollars have been added to gener- 
ating stations at Yorktown, Ports- 
mouth and Bremo. 

A new multi-mllllon dollar addl- 



Nivy Mves Qtmfi 
Sponsors Reprint 
Of Dolphin Miles' 

The Navy Wives of SutaMrtoe 
Squadron Six in Nori^lk are spon- 
aorlng a reprint of the yo^lar 
Mhmarine Cook Qook 'IMphin 
jftWIfl." No attempt Is belng^mi^ 
4d^j%iriiie or change this excelinat 
book; it wHl b« rep^xKluced M 
tskia^ to tbt «i|^l as poniMe. 
It is cleverly UhMtni^ MA esus 

I9»»d. wUb 9imr wa m|P« of 
neliwsk ActMkte «;|i vm fagiMtoua 
eMittolea and ttiate Mn^lag Nv- 

0}8t o£ the coek bo^ la $2.75, 
wttti all profits gotaf te Navy Re- 
lief. &t^mm vitt 1»« triia» |er the 
eo^ lmik uiMl %t fint ^ fW^ru- 
tstfi 9ft «dera must he «;eemp- 
H^ImM wttii a check or noney tvder 
of ia.7S for eafCh coffjr 4nrtMdi and 
w^ to "Do^^in DMm." Mrs. 
C. N. G. HeniMS. 323 Bobi^tnk J>t., 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

(^e of t^ toiMfewi (H^KWOies 
Hat the tntrifttint 9«ai< «r "^Ip- 
wreck." mA is vmS* as tett»wK 

In 10-lnch sWllel antwfe In 
layers; 

1 medium potato, sliced 

2 medittm onions, sliced * 
1 pound ground beef 
i cup celery, diced 
I cup uncooked rice 
1 No. 2 oan md kidney beans and 

lji|uid . . 

1 cin undiluted tomato soup 
Seawa wwh^ayer as desired with 

salt and pej^r. 

Cover skillet tightly and simmer 
for two iKHirs. Serves aix. 

Trudi Ungtols (Mrs. R. I.) 

If you are Interested in a dif- 
ferent "Holiday Punch" the fol- 
lowing recipe sounds like a taste 
temper for a Christmas at iMWoe 
party. 

This recipe wlU serv% 2% pM^rte 
for 2 hou rs; 

Juice' of I dozen lemons and | 

dpaen orangee, sugar to tMt» 

2 ci^jmrts waim. 
I plM of mara<$chino Juice and 

cherries, Isalved 



fBVSDtaUUIIDS ON 

iniliniic snam 

On Sunday, Nov. 22, the Thunder- 
Mrds, sp-sponsored by Coaches 
Hioi^liq^ Goods and the Thunder- 
lird Bowl of Virginia Beach, 
emerged vlctorlowa in their match 
against Colonial Heights No. % by 
taking all three gamea tftf Smir 
pitaMa. Pwed by Tom Barger who 
f^^sA a SS& series the T^irda 
«me ^«u^ wltti ae«MM ^O-plw 
^atme^ to am^ss a total pinfall of 
2^2. Lee Amundson hit -sm, Kent 
Shaffer got his "broom" ball under 
contnd and came up with a 213, 
while Tom Barger tod 4 high ^mt 
of 203. 

Lart Sunday, the 28th. the T- 
Birds continued their wlni^ig w^ 
in taking two games and thi«e 
points from Port«mnitlt No. 2 in 
the btterctty l^ci^ng League, 
A^in paced by Tom ayrger's 002 
and Lm Amuadson's i|BO, the home 
team ran up a total of 2^8 pins 
to maintain a 802 team average 
BW^ gune ft}r the sMson. Pete 
^MstOB's 212 was hi|^ g^me for 
the ^. 

On Bee. 6 the Thumlerbirds will 
play biKrtlto Richmond No. 2 at the 
Thundterbird Bowl at 2 p.m. After 
th« match the team is giving a 
dinner party for their speneors at 
the home o£ Jinx and John C^l^ 
holm. To be feted on this occasion 
are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kielps, 
and Mr. and Mrs* Fred, Isaacs for 
their contributions toward the suc- 
cess of the T-Bird team. 




is E. Smith — City Treasurer 



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1 pint orang% curacao 
% quarts cluimpagne 
% %uart Rhlne^wlne 

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pmCE HOURSi SiSO to 4i30 
Mail MRt wMh CtMck or Moiwy Onhr 

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W YOU DID NOT RKEIVE YOUl TAX NOTKIE, CONTAa MY 
CmCE. FAN.UftE TO RECEIVE BlU. DOES NOT RHJEVE YOU OF 
W4ALTY MID IMS^IT QttM^ fOk LATE PAYMENT. 



LEWIS E. 



CTTY TR^^MNOR, 
CITY HALL 



000 ha.s been spent during the fln^ 
ten month.s of 1959 of an estlma 
laifl construction budget of $^ 
000,000. ' 



Power Station l.s currently under 
^construction. Plans already are 
umlerway for a $32,300,000 fouitlv 
vmjt at Possum Point a.s well a.x % 
$3«,-jO(K(K)0 addition to the Port» 
mouth Power Station. 
McOnwell said a total of $37.4afb^{4i:4x of Pb^ieck Point; publicity, 



Wittfeim a Campbell, Jr. 
Ckairinui^tbe cook book com- 
a^ttee i* Mrs. R. D. Risser of Vir- 

ria Bead^ Co-chairman, Mrs. 
C. Wen^itard; committee chair- 
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W-s. C. C. ViMilln; correspondence. 
T. Wwm publishing, Mrs. M. 
Hudgins;, #itrlbutlon, Mrs. G. A. 
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feufHres in Rusew»d Memorial Park. 

"TOGETHER" 

AU through life Mon and wife shve their joys and sorrotn, 

YET 

Why do so many couples have stuh a M^re^ obli^ttiom 
as the selection of a family himal estate to one at the othif 
% do alon0 on the scMtst'da^ oflkeir IweMf 

OUR MB¥0RlAmZ4TtON PIAN ... 

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M^ Ml with Chedc or Money <N«r ^ ^ 

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W YOU DID MM^^ J^EIVE YOUR TAX HOim, €&Mm m 
WKnL^UUJtt TO RECEIVE BI4 DOES NOlAn^|.1l^ 01^ 
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Gai floM so much mora for a^iauck loHt •* 

Virginia Beach Gas Corp. 

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dHltmaa iweets before the laat-minnte 

Mutmalade, made ao^r and put into 

flMlA in* iv ««te will be all i^eadsr tfx a bit of tuocy 

I or at tuekfi^ '^ ia" into family box«s or itockinga. 

yon will mrnA t« ase iiqnid fruit pectin to nuJce «<•- 

Uie quklMBt and eaaieat way. , 

^ "^OnuifQ Mamaladc 

TIM: dbwit 7 wdttu i a iHasses (3^ lbs. niarmalade>. 

t «8]ii prm»ate4 fruit (2 oxangett 2 lenMMi) 
< com CSft ftft.) sugar 
.. % be«tl« liiptid fl-uit pectin ^ 

JiVal^.piflMK* Ah* /ruf'r. Remov^sldnfl in quarters from 2 medHrn- 
.Biaad otaMCM «nd 2 tnedium^i^zed leaiona. Lay quarters flat; shave 
eCf «M ,|Mear4 a]M>at half of white part. With a sharp knife or 
tdm»iAm^ reinainini; rtnd very fine, or chop or grind. Add 1^ 
caps water and H teaapooh stxiit; bring to a boil and simmer, cov- 
\ 2$ aUBdtfNii atirring occasioaalllr. Section or chop peeled froit; 
tx4 MfdS. A«d pulp and JtBc* to widrained cooked rind. Simm^, 
coveredt'lO minutes longer. llea«u« S cops into a nry larta sauce- 



Aid sugar to {ruit in saucepan uid 
m/^'wHR. ftaee etrer h^h heat, bring to a lull n^ling boil, and 
teiriisitf I tnltmt*, stirring confctantly. nemovc from heat and r.t 
wcm Mr In Uq«l4 ^^t pectin.- Skim off foam with metal spoon. 
t%fla i^r a^ lltei by turns for 1 minutes to «ol si Willy, to 
fovraoi floateg natt Ladle quteldy into giaeecs. Cover marmalalde 
$A enee wlMi 14 indi hot parafrin. 

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HMKHie TOU 

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llM^Caniyairi smsl i l pf fliM J P fa w wf T h» . W o n d U i i fwl 
Wa »i -il >si nth > n iiHI Mtkm elTMaSpad*! Ifow fawfa for Wwnwil 
Bo* in«K irtisn a woraaa f edi Tlm8«tfeiaybf4>biitt<lrteli.Md 
s9 tirad. so weak uid ruBHknm 
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I lb. butter 

1 cup sv^r 
2 tMsjKions vanlUa 
2 ca|M sifted f tour 

I tCM^pCM wK 

I lb. j^e<«i halven 
Qwjped shredaed «cemit 
Let buttw soften -^ cr^Mi Mo- 
gether with sugar and vanlUa until 
fluH^y. StJr In flmar and salt. Blend 
in thofot^hty. Sluipe dough about 
each half pecan to form Mnch 
feaMs. Roll in shre^lcd coconut and 
place on cooky sheet. Bake In stow 
oven; <325 degrees) abojut 20 min- 
utes. Cool. For variation — use 
blanched almond, date 'or candled 
cherry for surprise centers of 
cookies. Mal% about 4 cknra 



Chocolate Chip Couktoa 

1 stick butter 
\ cup brown sugar 
} cup granulated sugar 

1 cup plus 2 tablespoons flour 

i teaspoon baking powder 

i teaspoon tsalt 

i cup chopped nuts 
1 Bos. package semiswect choco- 
late pieces 

\ teaspoon vAniUa. 
Cream shortening and sugars. 
Add egg and beat well • sift togther 
-flour, salt and baking powder, a^ 
to <a*eamed mixture. iWid nuts, 
cMocol&t« pieces and vaniUa, mix 
thoroughly. Drop by spoonfuls onto 
a cooky sheet, KeeplM cookies 
about 2 Inches apart. Bake In 375 
degree oven about 10 minutes. 
Makes about D dozen. 

ItaWn CMi^fl 

I lb. butter 
1 cup raisins 
1) cutis HUgar 
3 cups flour 
1 teaspoon soda 

i teaspoon salt 
I teaspoon cinnamon 
1 teaspoon nut ineg 

i cup Water <fiave whm ec^dii^ 



Oeeember 9 

A ChFtettMn tour of beautiful^ 
dfSorHed hoii^ throughout the 
Tidewater area ^rlU he held Decern* 
her 9th from U a.m. to 5 p.m„ 
sponsored by the Virginia Federa- 
tton Oardm Clt^ Tidewater Oto- 
trict It was amioum^d today \m 
Mva. aa^ im Osairal Ommm 
of the toitf. , 

Batttltd "Oe<»mter ^en«>r In 
n^watar'* the tour wUl «|MRi ^rte 
bones In the Viri^ala SM^.area 
^ . . they are the l^naa of Mr. md 
^rs. TTwrnas W. Hawmi, it., IM 
holiday Road: CMOdr. and Mrs. 
CharlM Sandera, 301 63rd Street 
«MI Mr. a«d Mrs. Ktourice W. Nord- 
llaVM-. 103 Curtew place In Bli^ 
Neck Point. Vitfliaa Beach. 

Tickets will ae sold at the doo^ 
of the h(NMa ■» srMl as ^ tlw 155 
GardeA aubs whtea make \xf 7l(fr 
mter Otetrket. V^<K:. Vkt %\ d(»«- 
Uen will admit persons to aU the 
hoama on the tour. Proceeds will 
heMflt the Nature Camp nMilmatn* 
•d t^ 4he State Federation. 

Otiter homes in the ThkPwater 
area to he opened on the DecMfibtr 
9th Tour will !» the Norfotti bCHlM 
of Mr. and Mra. Richard Helkehnn'. 
the TlwTOughgtwKi home «rf Mr. and 
Miv. A. H. rul)>e|ippr on Wak<rfltk] 
Urtve. In Pwt«mouth the honaes of 
Mr. and Mr»>. JoKtah Freeman, Jr., 
Mr«r Ceorge Fl Benale, Jr., on 
29 BHarw^xid Lane and Mr. and 
Camellh Drive. Hoetiesi^s for the 
Nordllnger home In Bird Neck 
Point are: Mrs. D. J. Dee, &■-, Mm. 
Leo Blsir, Mrs. J«ms ^sM^g, 
Mrs. Aal^ Del|aroQ and Mrs. 
ftuliAe lUittkey. Mrs. Joseph Wat- 
son, Mrs. George Dana, Mn, ColUs 
Ackise and Mrs. Carl Miller. 

Pi-enldent <rf the VFQC, Tide- 
water District is Mrs. Frank C. 
Tonkin. 

niislns) 

ScaM ralslns-^leave about 10 
mbiu^a in boiling water, drain 
and save |,cup of water to use In 
recipe. 

Cr«am butter ^nd Mogtr until 
flaffSf — Sift flour, sfrfces, salt and 
soda, iidd to creimied mixture— 
-with water — mix wen. Dr^ 1^ 
spoonfuls onto cooky sheet— ^ke 
in .375 degree oven 12 to 15 minutes. 




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In a chain eaft4y ftor» a nlMgiri 
had cuatoiii«>rs iin#d up Waiting for 
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'^et'V'Ing thlfi, aiik«d the popular flr| 
her !iec»t "WeU«" dM Kpltod, "tihe 
others Bcoop up more than a pound 
nf candy and then start taking 
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year and a Uttie later lo the winter 
Is, )k>w to oonti^l chickWMd In 
Ladino Clover pa«tut«« and alfalfa. 

During the dormant seaaon of 
legunes use 3 pounds of chloro IPC 
In 30 to 40 gallons of water per 
acre. Bpray afttr the legume crop 
hati tw^n killed back by front, but 
Before new growth* fttartjj In the 
during. W««<Fklll lit »k>w during 
the winter and therefore it may he 
several month* hefure the fullest 
effect of the diemlcal can X>e aeen. 
Oood control of German Moas also 
is obtained with the Chloro IPC. 

FORAGB mPORTANT TO 
DAmV COWS » 

Feed all the forage a dairy cow 
wm eat. Then complete her fieedH 
'With concentrate. 

That hag Ijeen the basic recom- 
mendation for twenty years from 
VPI. The practice has been proven 
sound, the principal Is simple, but 
many dairymen have failed to fol- 
low it. 

Forage Is the cheapest source of 
feed, but the average dairymen, 
keeping Dairy Herd Improvement 
AHsoclation Records, had shown no 
net change in barn fed forage in 
the last five years. During the 
same period, the amount of con- 
dentratetj fed each DHIA cow In 
Virginia, has icreased less than 
100 pounds. The increase in con- 
centrate alone cannot Explain the 
increase in 113Q pounds per DHIA 
cow in milk prc^uction during this 
same period. The Increased milk 
production might be explained by 
better use of pasture, l»etti»!' forage 
quality, or po-Mwibly, better use of 
feed by the cattle. 

Tht»re are three possible reasons 

•■nlTln the low total increase 

r furagc. There ntay not 

.:::i K'jfJil quality for«ge pro- 

I • n dairy farms. Tmprorved 

• •• m'c prai'l'iccR ajMl more in 

', n icilve this proS^lem. The 
-■' riru"r? ap« hard to estimate 
;iu' Tr.ay Le inaccurately reported 
1 V faimers to the DHiA supervisor. 
<*> ■, perliaps, nitl enough dairymen 
Uelisve they can inct«ase liwojne 
i.y /Toater u.^c of forage. A little 
TMuii ,ind comitum sense .should 
'lispell this doubt. 




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For example, the 4tA\f a«i4s of 
a l.OOO pound cow ^Ndyci^ 40 

pound.q of 4% ntilk dally c^n be 
mi»t by a high forage, Jow coneen- 
trate,- of a tow forage high cakemtk- 
trale ration. Such as l."? pounds hav 
equlivalent, and f? poMnds aMiom* 
trate per cow per day, or 30 pounds 
hay equivalent and 7 pouooa con- 
centrate per day. If ttit l&rmt in- 
take consists of 40% |Msttir«, 40% 
solids, and 20% alfalfa hay, and 
both the forage and concentrate are 
largely home grown, the actual 
cost for the first ration for « c^w 
for a y«ar would be around |7.^)0. 
Fbr the second ratkm, afMmd 
14.400. In thU example, high M^fa 
consumption would giv* a 13.300 
saving on 40 cows In one yaar. 
Larger cows producing the same 
amount of milk, could eat more 
forage and realize ah even larger 
saving. 

Mahy dairymen liave iKrt been 
able to get their cows to eat more 
forage. This is the most likely tva- 
son for the lower than deajrable 
fate of forage consumptioD. There 
are^ ways to Increase ^e amount 
cows win eat. First pfodoo* hl|^ 
quality forage. Cows will «at twice 
as much top quality as poo^ quaU- 
ly forage and will get rtiofe mitri- 
eats per pouml. I'lace foraca l>^ore 
cows more often. Self ftadflif, prop- 
erly done, can increase consump- 
tion. Make foraj^ more attractive 
to the cow. A cow ^irafera fresh 
feed. Too much feed piaeed in the 
feed bulk- at one time may become 
stale and picked owt. Tha higher 
the quality, the better the ©ow likes 
her forage. • 

Pi«oviile plenty of water to go 
with the forage. The dryer the feed 
tiw moi* water is necessary. 

Plan to Inclose forage pro<Hic- 
tlon and quality next year. YOii 
can't feed cows extra forage if you 
don't have it. The cowf may eat 
more so the total feed bill may be 
larger, but so will production and 
so will profits. 

CLEAN RPRAV llWnNO ' 

A few last )oIm of tidying up are 
left for the home gait}ner. %. B. 
Fenne, plant pathologist at VPI, 
says sprayers should be washed 
out carefully, to remove spray re- 
s^lrtues. A weak venignr solution 
wiil help you get rid of the spray 
materials. After thoroughly wash- 
fng the sprayer, coat the tank and 
other metal parts with a thin cover- 
!i}g of oil, and hang the sprayer in 
a dry totation. 

Do not wash out a duster. In- 
stivid. catefully remove the dust 
n^'lth a stiff iMu.sh *irat»<ff the oul- 
»ldc fnetll Jmrts niight be olWifl, 
however, lie crefiU not to gel oil 
Inside the, duster because t)iat 
irilwht cause caking of dtfst next 
-pacnn. Han)| the duster in a dry '. 
-^'tce' for storage. ' ^ 

M<Mt of the left owr cbemlcajs, 
'?an bjfc used next year tf llt^ aw 
stored in a dry place in air tight 
containers. Be careful to la^l them 
oorrectiy. so you wont make any 
mistake hi tislng them i»xl year. 
A ^tod wav to store chemicals H 
to put them in a glass fruit Jar 
which can.be sealed tightly. He 
sure to put them wt of the rfeat^i 
Of children and animals. ., 

NKW firOKiOlt VOR 
«-H RBCItSATnW 

The 441 WBcreation proi^am is 
not new. but the donor of some 
12,000 liioenttM awards is. Next 
year John Deere , takes dyer the 
role of Nattonal Bponaor of Awards 
In this activity^ 

State 4-ii officials at'VPI explain- 
ed that in the Recreation Projpram 
young people Irarn to plao their' 
own fun, thereby in^>rDving their 
club aa w«U as devek^ing their 
own abiUttM. While havii^ fun 
club members may win a 1400 col- 
lege scholArship, and «U tspeam 
trip to the NatkMiai 44I^lttb Con- 
gress in Chk^ago. or • f^M MM 
medal of honor. Henetoft^/in Vir- 



ginia, awards have been sponsored 
by the State 4-H Fund. Ttiis year's 
winner of llie Chicagi* trip is Warr 
ren Wlll*>r. of Prince William C<«n- 
ty. ' In the Recreiatton Program, 
social recreation, music and drama, 
arts and crafts, sporte and outdtior 
recreatton, nature lore and folk 
lore all have a place. 



and thirty Hampshire T!mp« R«- 
boullet ewes have fi^mpd In the. 
last thr«* yeafs of the teat. Rich 
year, four ram» are wied, two 
Hampshlres and two Huffolks. One 
iialf of «»ach kimi of ew»*s ar« mated 
to Suffolk rama and one hftf to 
Hampshire r«ffw. Thus, lialf the 
lambs are thrM breed crosses and 
half are itack «rOMHes. 

The three breed cross Isnta have 
had somewhat faster dally guins 
than the tack prosseB. Thik dlffw- 
ence. while ap^remeiy sinaii, will 
amount to nvund 3 or 4 pounds 
heavier at market age. No appreci- 
able difference iias been noted in 
eith^ live or carcass grades, bv^ 
the three - breed ero^sas have a 
idgher avei«ge drets^ percentage 
than tlie ba<-k c«»s lamlis. , 

So tlie scientists <x>nclude that 
additional hybrid vigor In growtlL 
rate can be expecte when a ram 
of a Uiird teeed Is tiMd on cross 
Itfed ewes. 



CAH3FIBALMM MAT BK 
PROBLKSI WITH POVLTRV 

)flstreatment of bird.s, low on 
the social scale, may t>e a problem, 
even in the best of families. 

Feather iricking, or Cannibalism, 
can cuae down grading and deaths 
In the fkKk. With the already low 
prices being received for poultry 
and poultry protlucts, producers 
cannoi afford to lose profits he- 
cause of «>annibalUm. 

All the causes of canniball.*!m are 
not yet kn<jwn. but here are a few: 
over crowdinjt, wet litter, lack of 
certain vitamlnsT, protein."* or salt 
in the diet and hi^i temperatures. 
Certain breeds are more canniba- 
listic than others. 

There are several things a poul- 
tryman can do to prevent canni- 
balism. UsuaHy, light breeds of 
chld^ns debeak before the one day 
old chicks are delh-ered from the 
hatrtiery. Some hatcheries debeak 
all chi^ens sold regardles.4 t>f breed 
or variety. De-beaklng all birds is 
probably the best way of combat- 
ing cannibalism. 

Mmt poultrymen include a vita- 
mh) A supplement In the rations. 
Research has shown that lack of 
vitamin A In poultry rattons pro- 
motes cannibalism. 

Be sure the birds are not over 
crowded. The nuhiber of square 
feet required per bird will depend 
largely on the type of house that 
you iiave. If you are in doubt, 
please contact my office and I will 
be very liappy to visit you and 
make recommendations on the 
number of bird.s to keep In a speci- 
fic house. - , 

Ventiliatlon is the key to a dry 
litter. Make arrangements to let 
moisture Waden air escape without 
causing a draft ofl the chickens. 
This Is best done by provldhig an 
adjustable ridge ventilator Which 
can be opened or doseti as needed. 
Some poultrymen are adding fans 
for forced ventiliatlon. 

Too Mttle salt or protein in the 
diet also may cause feather plckt 
ing and cannibalism. Adding salt 
to the-ftition will help, If thii is a 
problKn. 

TTie physical form in which feed 
is fed to chickens can have some 
effect. In tests, switching from an | 
all pel^ttHl to an all ma.-ih ration 
has decreased cannibalism. The 
reat»n lor this is not completely 
known* but scientists believe that 
tte birds desire to peck is satisfied 
through the increase pecking neces- 
sary to eat mash. 



FarmC^iisiMiKrif 
Completod in Area 

The li»e CenAta of Afrtot^ure 
is aboqt SO percent OMii{ril4t«^ in 
this area, it w«a anoMaoad today 
bv Field DirectX^ ifim 0- Oibaoti 
of. the CMuui Bwattt'a ij^ooal 
office at Philadelphia. 

The CeiuiM official ateted ttiat 
he was well pleaaad w(t|i the coop- 
erattmi the cenaua taSurnn are i«^ 
ceivlng frnn farmers in the area 
and haa hl^ hopes (tf ctMi^letiBg 
the canvaai within the nest teti 
days. He pointed out that ttie fieM 
canvass <A farms is mm of ^ 
larger costs of the census and that 
cooperation ^f farmers in complete 
ing questionnali^s prqniptiv will be 
a vital factoi^ in keep^ down the 
final cost of the umtei^teUpg. 

Quick completion of |he census' 
will n<4 onf^- help in keepl^ costs 
dou'n but will aid in prompt puhl^ 
ation of the results, the ^Id direc- 
tor said. He tn^ed local farmers 
who have not already doite ae to 
<wmp^> tiie cansus qiiaBtlnqn»Ife 
and have it staAy when the omim 
taker c»Ua. 




RVHUP VIGOR MrOHT IN 
^HlBBriNDVSTRY 

JHybrld Vigor is a. term that Is 
being used a lot in many phases 
of farming today. Now it is assum- 
ing new importance as applied to 
,'iheep. 

Animal lUi.sbandry ?;oientlsts at 
VPl exfplain that crryw-hi'wl western 
ewes produced by breeding either 
Hampahire or Suffolk rams to'i 
grade lahge ewes of fine wool \ 
breeding are among the most popu- ' 
lar and widely used stock for re- 
placement ewes In Virginia Com- 
mercial sheep flocks. The question 
has arisen as to what breed of 
ram should be used on these cross- 
bred ewes and more particularly 
whether or not to use a ram of a 
third breed. 

The answer to this question Is 
the aim of an experiment In pro- 
gress at the South-west Virginia 
Experiment StatTon at Glade Spring 
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VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1959 



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Pruwiss Anne Ruriian Club (^ffu^rs 




Joy Fund Workers Heartened 
By Toy Collection Response 



These Ruritens are tfie new officers of the Princess Anne Ruritan Gub. who were installed 
at a meeting last week. They are. left to i^t, seated, Richard -AbSolcmi, vice-president; Maury 
Riganto, president; Tommy Tomko, IVBltni member. Standing, left to right. Roy DcHart, board 
member, Joe Muideh, treasurer, and J. Peter Holland 111, secretary. 



Beach Girl Must Stand Trial in Fatal 
Stabbing of Youth Here in October, 1958 



The trial of Jane ^^arshall Mere- 
lllth, tefn-ager charged with killing 
a youth at a church social In 1958, 
3ias beeti set for Jan. 27 in Prlncesa 
Anne Circuit Ckiurt. 

"We have received word from 
Eastern State Hospital that the 



Meredith girl Ls mentally compe- 
tent to stancf trial," Common- 
wealth's attorney Robert L. Simp- 
son said Monday. 

The girl hag been confined In 
mental institutions since she re- 
portedly stabbed Peter G. Smlther, 



'ostinaster Predicts HoUday 
to tit ftecml Hire 



*^\i^!i^ e^WS:S^WSItM I^e a 
Itttord breaking ye«r for Christmas 
4WIII. Between December 1st and 
t)^ 25th tMi y«ar, we handled a 
total of 1,<»1.?70 pieces of mall. 
So far this year, we have already 
received and lent 100,110 Christ- 
eras oards, letters and packagesi, 
ftad the hMViest rush is stlU to 
KMne." 

■ The Postmaster states that the 
present flow of Christmas cards Is 
running about the same as la.<$t 
year, but the mailing of Christmas 
gifts is lagging somewhat. He sug- 
gests that all gift parcels to most 
distant pointa be sent h\ Air Parcel 
Post from now on. 

Speaking about Chriiitmas gift 
{Mckages, the Postmaster said, "I 
cannot emphasize too strongly the 
vital need for packing and wrap- 
ping your Christmas gifts securely. 
INck all your gifts in sturdy car- 
torts, wrap them with heavy paper, 
4Bd tie them securely with strong 
vst^ ft is aometbnes hard to 
lUHlMtitand why pec^le will be so 
earele!^ about putting valuable 
Christma.s gifts Into the mails in 
flimsy kmxes and loosely wrapped 
packagHu Many of these poorly 
wrapped gifts simply cannot stand 
tile neces.^ary handling, and thus 
cause much delay and disappoint- 
ment all around.*' 



Seniors Oted for 

Outetanding 

Performance 

Two »nlor^ at Virginia Beach 
High School have been cited for 
outstanding performance on the 
National Merit Scholarship Quali- 
fication test last spring. Herbert 
•Blum, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Werner 
Blum and Douglas Pu|fr, son of 
Captain and Mrs. D. H. Pugh have 
rewlved a formal "Letter of Com- 
mendation" from the National 
Merit Scholarshln Corporation. Also 
receiving a "Letter of Commenda- 
tkm" was Tom Rose, son of Mr. 
•nd Mrs. H. 1". Rose. Though no 
kmger a member of the student 
body Tom attended Vlr^nia Beach 
High School through hte junior 
year and took his merit test there. 
While ther did not achieve the 
•tattH of Semlflnallsts in the 1959- 
«0 Mter4t Program, they are «» out- 
standing that the National Merit 
Scholanshlp Corporation wished to 
single them out for special atten- 
tion by sending these letters of 
eoramendatlon to provide tangible 
recognition of superior abfuity. 
_^T1»ew three student* ranked in 
l3|e 98th percentile of the 5.50.000 
^Hgh school juniors from 14.500 
D. S. schools who took Nat tonal 
Merit ScholarshlD Qiraliflcatlon test 
tort sprine. Fortv-one students at 
Virginia Beach Hl|^ School took 
the Merit test last year of these 
11 nnl»d above tt» ftBth percenUle. 
new were Ruth Mamm, Amfy 
II<*s«. Oiarlw Salle, Rc*ert 
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tbafU H^iiKelSl^iA the rwT^Tetrts 
full name, street addre.ss, city, 
zone 'luiraer, and »tate on all mail- 
ing "labete, making sure to lnclu<^ 
an eidtra label utnide your gift 
packages. ' 

If.you'lJ send all your Christmas 
cards liy First "Class mail and in- 
clude your name and address on 
the envelopes, you'll help Jour 
friends to ktep their mailing lists 
up-to-date. Ftyther, you are as- 
sured that any cards that cannot 
be delivered will be returned to 
you. for c^rected atklresses. 

If you wisiv to .Enclose your 
Chpistmas, card l3r letter in your 
gift pacltage, merely add the" ap- 
propriate letter postage to the pcwtr 
age for the package itself and 
Indicate the presence of a letter 
or Christmas card inside th^ pack- 
age. 

The Po^master expressed his 
thanks for the fine public coopera- 
tion to date and said, "If you'll 
Just follow these simple rules— 

1. Be sure your Christmas card 
and gift mailing lists are up-to- 
date. 

, 2. Wrap your Christmas 
.securely. 

3. Address your cards and gifts 
legibly and correctly. 

4. t^ complete addresses — In- 
cluding street number, rural route 
or post office box number. Be sure 
that the name of the street is com- 
plete with av«nue, parkwav, pr 
drive. Avoid abbreviation of street 
and state names. Use zone num- 
bers wherever possible, ^nd be 
sure to include your owh zote 
number In your return addk«ss. 

5. And most important of all — 
mail jrour cards and gifts bow! 

It's sure t6 be a much merrier 
Christmas for everybody." 



gifts 



son of a Virginia Beach optome- 
trist, Oct. 5, 1^8. in Galilee Episco- 
pal Church, Virginia Beach. 

The trial date w^as i*t on docket 
call on Monday. The girl Is repre- 
sented by the law fiim of Kellam 
& Kellam. 

Miss Meredith, who was a If- 
year-old Virginia Bmch High 
School senior at the time of her 
arrest, was described as a brilliant 
gh-l. 

She had dated the l3-y«ar<M 
Smfther, a Norfolk Academy stu- 
llnii, ttj£ Simmer |»rec^ 



Infr«q6entiy ^gtm^vvM. The gh- 
at one time had sung In the choir. 
The boy had worked as lifeguard. 

The stabbing was said to have 
been done with a tlouble-edged 
souvenir knife as the two young 
jjeople stood in line with others at 
tht* conclusion of part of a youth 
fellowship program. 

The girl, under $2,500 bowl, was 
taken originally to a private men- 
tal institution in Richmond and 
latfer transferred tn the state hos- 
pital at WilliamsbUi'g. 

Last January Dr. Joseph E. 
Barrett, superintendent of Eastern 
State Hospital, wrote Simpson that 
the girl "is a very sick individual 
suffering from a mental lllnass of 
a psychotic degree." 

The, girl apparently will remain 
in th^' state hospital until the trial. 
Simpson said hospital authorities 
indicated they would hold her umil 
the Judge of circuit »}urt ordered 
her release. 

The case Is expected to be tried 
before Judge Henry W. MacKen- 
zie Jr. 



Ciuncil Adepts 
Retirifflint Plan 



A retirement plan for the "97 
salaried employees of the City of 
Virginia Beach was adopted Mon- 
day by the city council. 

The plan will cost the city an 
estimated $10,000 yearly and" will 
be a part of the Virginia Supple- 
mental Retirement System. 

Participation in the program Is 
voluntary. It will become effective 
Jan. I. 



Last weekend's successful toy 
coUtHtlon drive has added badly 
needed momentum to this year's 
Virginia Beach-Princess Anne Coun- 
ty Joy Fimd. Residents of the city 
opened their doors and donatetl old 
toys, as s<<outs from four troops 
appiftuched them. Th<» sofuit.« were 
assisted by personnel an<l trucks 
from Fort Stoi'V. 

City firemen are busily at work 
repjiiring llu' tay.-i in order to have 
tht'in ifadv for dellvei-v to needy 
families for Chrl.stmas. Chief E. B. 
l^ync i-equested anyone who was 
missed in the drive to call the 
Virginia Beach Fire Department 
and arrangements will be made to 
pick up articles for the Joy Fund. 

The sponsoring Virginia Beach 
Junior Chamber of Commerce has 
n^Pf- ! all needy families in the city- 
county area to be sure and secuje 
the necessary application blank 
which is available at the following 
locations: Princess Anne County 
Welfare office; both kwal news- 
paper offices, the Sun-News and 
Free Press; and the Red Cross 
Center. The deadline date for ap- 
plications has been set for Thurs- 
day, Dec. 10. 

Donations are being mailed to: 
Joy Fond, Box 274, Virginia Beach. 



Latest reports show that the over- 
all campaign Is lagging and needs 
Increa.sed support If It is to meet 
With success. 

Chairman Mike Katsias com- 
mented. "As far as committee 
structure for handling the vast 
campaign planning Is concerned, 
wf art' doing well. Hut there's, a 
strong need fbt more support bv 
the |>eople and businesses in the 
;ir(»:i. (Jur<|jlve Is .seiiaratf frum the 
Niirfulk undertaking, u fact tnany 
people have overlooke<i." 

Balance Forward $ SO.OO 

.\lr. and Mrs. J. B. White . . 25.00 

L. P. T. 5.00 

Ladles (joif Assn.. C.Y.C.C. 20,00 
Virginia Beach Lions Club. 50.00 

\j^\\e Albert Weary io.flO 

Beasley Bible Class ,5.00 

-Mlcajah Boland 5.OO 



Aid to Mental Health 



District 
Meeting Here 

A. T<>m Hill, Holland District 
governor' of Ruritan National, an- 
nounces! Ti»sday that Richmond 
attorney Fred Gray will be princi- 
l»l speaker at the district conven- 
tion banquet Friday night at Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Gray is a member of the Vir- 
ginia CMnmlttee on Constitutional 
Government, Which was estab- 
l!l.<»hed by the General Assembly 

ment. 

Other events of the one-tlay con- 
vention at the Cavalier Hotel In- 
cludes an address by Ruritan 
National President Fred Betts of 
Harrisonburg at the afternoon 
business ^sslon, the presentation 
of the district Commtmity Service 
Awani, and a school of Instruction 
for incoming officers and mem 
bers. 

The Holland District includes 44 
clubs in the counties of Dinwiddle, 
Greenville, Isle of Wight, Naiifie- 
mond, Norfolk, Princess Anne, 
Prince George, Southampton, Surry 
and Sussex. 



Total $a)0fl0 

VEPCO Planning 
Large Outlay 
For Gas Meins 

The Virginia Electric and Power 
Company has authorized the ex- 
penditure of $450,000 for the In- 
stallation of approximately ft miles 
of natural gas pipeline, according 
to Norfolk District Manager John 
M. McGurn. The 12-Inch line will 
extend along Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, from Ara^ona Boulevard to 
the corporate limits of Virginia 
Bsach. Engineering is now in prog- 
ress and material is t)eing ordere<l 
for the project which Is expected 
to be completed liy mid-summer of 
next year. 

Vepco recently obtained «IMhorl< 
zatlon from the State CorpO|§tlQ^ 

lo #t?e naTtifaT gas f¥ wkt <rA|mu>r 
ing residential area in this portion 
of Princess Anne County adjacent 
to the company's present service 
territory. "The company piaiw to 
install additional lines as the need' 
ari«es," AlcGurn added. 

To keep pace «ith the growing 
demand for electricity and gas. 
Vepco has spent $17r).500.000 for 
construction of new plants and 
facilities during tha past three 
years. The company ridsed $02,000.- 
000 In new money, du«ig th» same 
period, through the ^\e of tong- 
term debt securities and prefetred 
and common stock to Wlp finance 
the construction. 





Mr». Rkhvd F. Humphrbs, presWent of the Kempsville 
Woman's Club, if shown exhibiting Toys m^ at die Norfolk 
Menail Health Center in its therapy work. LcM»king on at left 
is W. E. Cox of the Kmf^vtlle Rurttan Club and standiiw k 
Alexander P. Grice, III, pr^idcnt of Uie Center's Board. The 
playroom al the Center was ^^m^rtetdy equippi^ bw Uie Kemp*- 
ville Woman'i Cub and the Keni{»ville Runtan Club. * 



Some Pupil An Expmdilili 




FinnrCiart 
Cfetk CmvletMl 
In Embizziiaiifi 

Former county court xlarfL 
QmTWi W. Halstead Jr. was 
vlet^ In Princess Anna Clr 
Court Mondav of emi; 
9mM in public AM court 

Sentencing wa.4 
Jan. 14. when a pf 
port will he made. 

Judge Henry W. MarKetixle Jr. 
tried HaUtead w(tltottt< a Jul^ 
Halstpad pleaded guilty. ^ 

) The defendant did not testJB; 
A single wltnMH. John M- PurMi 
of the Sate Auditor of Public jm 
counta office, took the stawL T 

Halstead, a Princess Anne Oam^ 
ty n«tlvt, becam* clerk of botif 
county courts and Juvenile aiid 
domwtic r^^lons court Dm. 
1936. fh* ritoftafs occurred 
tween Julv 1, 1887, and Oct. 
\9m. On Nov. 14. 1958. the 
clerk remitted $1Q,000 to the ^otlM- 
In settlement, of (ho shortage. ^, 

Ijist April 14 Halstead wat ift> 
dieted twwtvtn counts of t:tn\»m, 
cl.'n)ent^ one ni grand l^ceny aiMl 
one of misappropriation qf {Mlblie 
funds. The nine tndtotments ovaih 
lapped. 1 *»». 

Halstead enterefl a guilty pM 
to a single Indictment. emhioflS 
ment of $0.;»0..m A toUl Of ^■ 
397.52 of this amiMint wmmMiMI^ 
public funds and II^SiN vvfxft' 
sen ted accounts for the eom^ 

Purcell testified that HftisM| 
told him the fun^ ww« «ri«fy mv' 
responsibility and IflMt N wui hit 
Job to post rec«l|ft# and dl^tria- 
ments ror the ecAtrt- 

Attorney Richard Matt<p f^xm- 
sented HaUtMd. CcMuneMfaattl^a 
Attorney fte^art U StwpiJ |jrn<i» 
euted. - :rW^ 



In Christmas Show 




CalliK CMMtail umI her Qittur^ CMtrataUs abcn^e will 
hc<meoi^ fuiOu^ acta at ^ Jt^laad Expc»^(» Oet^nber 
15 ttm^ DeeeaA»tt « Ae Omvention Ceitt^. The CMitfed 
Crtmmi wffl perftm at 8 p.itt. on Decraiber 15, 16 ami 17. 
(Bcriee note.) 



Tidewater Quota 
To Scout Jamboree 
Half Filled 

The Tidewater quota to the 
Golden Anniversary Boy Scout 
Jamboree Is more than half 'filled. 

Rear Adm. W. K. Romo.'-er, USN, 
chairman of the Jubilee committee, 
reports that approximately 00 
scoiit.s have registered for tlie na- 
tional jamboree to be held at Colo- 
rado Springs, Colorado, from July 
21 to July 29, 1960. The quota as- 
signed to the Tidewater Council 
is 111. Boy Scouts, who have 
reached their 12th birthday by 
January 1, 19G0, and Explorers are 
eligible to attend the jamboree. 
Washington. Richmond. Roanoke, 
and Winchester reportedly have 
have over-subscribed the quota as- 
signed to them. 

Admiral Romoser says adult 
leaders have been named. Men 
chosen to lead the Tidewater jam- 
boree troops are: James Sands, 
Charles Durgin, Joseph Lawrence, 
Arthur Shumaker. Nat Watson, 
Douglas Waldorf. Nicholas Brown, 
Eugene Kelly, William Tuck> Mer- 
ril Warner, Loval Faulconer. Elbert 
Berthel, terran Jesse and Dallas 
Brickhouse. Alternates chosen 
were: William Tucker, James King 
and Skip Spence. 

Admiral Romoser .says that a 
.fubilee Scout Campor^ will be 
held at the Naval Amphibious Base 
during the summer for Cub Scoots, 
Boy a:"outs and Explorers not able 
to attend the Jamboree. 

Scouts and Ex^jJorers desiring 
to attend the Jamboree mu«f regis- 
ter in the Council offIc<» at 109 
Taitewell Street, phone MA 7-4.348. 
prior to January 1, 1900. Cost to 
each scout for the entire trip is 
$230. including a registration fee 
of $25. 



RTAT^ F.^RMKRH I'SIXG 
»7.*»7.«W fV I^NG.TER.M I.«AVIi 

Virginia Farmers are using $7,- 
.W?.000 in long-term awlstance 
from the Equitable Life Assurance 
Society of the United States, A. H. 
Bennett, Equitable loan supervlnor 
In Raleigh, announced todav that, 
00 September ."10, the Society's* 
funds were being employed on 706 

of the state's firms. 



nWANIS CLUB A^N 
PLAN PEANUT SALE 

The annual peanut sale con- 
<iucted by the Virginia Beach 
Klwanls Club Is now under|ivay In 
Virginia Beach and Princes* Anne 
County. 

The sale will continue until 
Christmas and .some house to house 
selling is scheduled. MemWs of 
the club will also sell at rtreet 
stand.^. 

Proceeds from the Klwanls CUib- 
sponswred sale goes to the work 
of the dub with crippled children 
and other civic pro|^me. 



Curtjs T. aitH*s, ?forf«i||[ Ciiam- 
ber of Commijrce 9«.slstaht man- 
ager, said Tucsdav pight tiiat ttnm 
are six typM the avewfe^ com- 
munity can do without: 

"There are the chroalcally sour, 

the doubting, the 'know-lt^'lls' the 

domineering, tha timid (Hid the 

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Bill Dei 
TeCirlr^eeni 



The Virginia Reach City Coimcll 
voted Monday to su|^ort proposed 
state legislation ^klng parents 
of destructive children financially 
responsible. 

John H. Temi^ of the Elf^th 
Senatorial District asked backing 
for legislation he proposes to spon- 
sor at the 19H0 season of tha Gen- 
eral Assembly. The Wll will pro- 
vide for the recovery Of to $200 
from parents of minors responsible 
for malicious or willful 4estruction 
of public property 

City council members Mid they 
would like to see the legislation 
broadened to cover private as well 
as public property. 



special prlvfiege seeker," tie ttald. 
Brooks addrisiiefl the annwl dinner 
meeting" of the Virginia Beach 
Chamlier of Commerce in, the Con- 
vention Center. His sull|^t was 
"You" and he stressed the need for 
Individuals to be contrlb^^. 

"Vou are Ihot oonirlbutte^ to a 
group simply by being a member. 
This makes a wonderful olHtaary 
^t means little," he said. 
• Richard B. Keeley, VltHinia 
Beach Ch|mT)er of Commerce di- 
rector, gave a brief a^h«M of 
l^lcome. Frank D; T^rrall Jr., 

president, ITitixxluced the speakfr 

aWS Harold 9. Kellam. paid triftulel f>eter«on, John Addenbrc^, 



to.JTai-rall on^behalf of the Virginia 
B^ach Cham^r. 

NEW THIEVE 
DANCE IN 'DOME' 

Vke Princess Anne-Vlrglnla 
Beaih Committee which is sponstM^ 
Ing a New Year's Eve dance in 
the Contention Center has an- 
noui^l^d that the dance will be 
llmt^ to 400 couples. 

Tlwdance Is scheduled from 9:30 
p.m. imtii |:.10 a.m. and the tickets 
are on isale at $5.00 per couple. 

Tickets may l>e purchased at the 
Convef\Mon Center. > 



Nativity Scene Here Attracts Attention 




The beauttful Nativity K^ne above whkh is displayed on the «9U^ of the Mutual F«teral 
Savinp and L^n (^Ke l^re annate many viewers during the holAy leuon. The display is ^t- 
ed at ni^ ami is a ^ce^ii^ iKste to the dawbaa KUfm in Mr^a Blotch. (I^m^ meXo.) 



Announeea 1910 

flRMPSr iillpillS 

Sidney Banks, prfaidmH oT iW^ 
Cavalier Jefferson Corper«tio4» 
owners of The Cavaliarpmpertieili; 
announced the n«w IMIO <4lle»m 
and directors of The Cavalier Clu|> 
Who were elected in tha aMi^ 
meeting of the club's (^rter m^ 
here held on Dec. 7. 

NamM as pnwl^mt WM I>^1 
Stn^iae of Ly^i^buMi: (Ut 
president. 55ldne>' Kellam; 1 
taiy lor 1960 is Rufus Kight; tr 
urer, Bu^ Xatme. 

INrecCem • elected for the 
year were Rotjert Umbe, ^t 




Hoarty, Colonel Howard ttqlir, 
of Virginia Beach, Robert aSuitll _ 
Washington, D.C., and (^ar fn^Hi 
of Petersburg. ' 

Rufus Klght was appointed cMiir 
man of the meeting, tlie clwice |f 
Qfflcers each year rebates be t#i ^ i|, 
cabana members, resident membMp 
and non-resident members. &ii)ln 
staled. 




fWef s. Comets 
P|iy f or Coimfy . 
6Hd OiammoiishiQ 

OCEANA — Hie Oceana Chle% 
will play the Diamond SpriSHa 
Comets for the Princess JUin| 
Countv Juntor PoottMll Cbampio^ 
ship Saturday, Dec. 12. at 7 pm. 
In the Princess Anne Hl|^ Sch^ 
.Stadium. 

The Dtayoff for the Junior ehs 
nioBshIp is rated as a 
the Comets can stop the 
of DwIght Terrell, Chleh 
halfback, the s^rae could go eKher 
way. Terrell is th^ l^mie's Im*- 
In« point maker with an average 
of two touebiowns or better per 
gsme. 

Both teams have won sevett 
games and lost one during regular 
season nlav. The slnelo loss mar. 
rinir both teams records came at 
the hands of thr rther. The ChtiHN 
defnaterf the (?omet«! In th#i ffi«^t 
hsif hv a score of « to n while tM 
Comets came hack In the secoi2 
ha»» to rtofMt the Chiefs, fl to 0. ' 

The Chiefs boa«t the fineet ru* 
nln» M*nrk In th*« luninf clr<ni# 
with such hNf^ks S" Tferrell, O'Brlei 
B-tnk.Mv and JCenneth AmfiC 
'^'Brien l«t ajoo sn sW* nssser. Thtt 
Comet"! attach !« huHt »i>nund th# 
fine fhrnwin<» at^tn nf their ou!ir»<ii* 
harV .Tfmmv V«»llv. He hna two f(n# 
receivers! tn Charles Ca*^ »nA Roh, 
oi-f rTi-tiiTiffht. Whon th« CoTnetii 
;>fa rtnt thrflNvlnr th*>v havp tv^n 
fine nmnire In MUburn Cttsstd^- 
ii^'i PnHei-t fHumnn. 

Pre^iri'nnr t^e luninr eam* *!fsr 
in<» at 'i'W n.m,. tht^ Tshtn^f^ 

Cnftn!»s! PflVflta tfiH jlttv fhe T,SiV- 

cin B'ho Dei-Ik ifi a niMqrpt ei*lb 
Hon irtmrt Tbtt ^ovnl*. hv v'fttf- 
nf winn'nw hc*1j h-'lveii $t €h- 
mid«»t '•'reult. are fhe tolnmat' 
County Chamnkms. This iMffV 
fourth vetf that th*. Hai^k 
won the ^amirfanshlo. En {kct ti~ 
Rovals fmv not lea* • ••*« 
four yeur*. 



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Mr. and Un, H. T. "Re" Garri- 
son and three children, who have 
b€«n repklJjig at 444 IjSkewood 
Circle, ha\e nwvfd to tlteir new 
home at 4 Crystal Parkway In Bay 
Colony. 



Webb Bi-owB Jr. liaK returned tft 
CampbPl! College, Bulea Ci-eek, K.C. 
afiw »()i>ndt«g the weekend witli 
hi.-^ m.ifnUs Mr. anU .Mrs. H. W. 
Brown. 



nimM§i fEACH^SUN.NEV\^, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1959 



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For The AAosl 
Important Lady 

On Your • 
Chrittmas List • • • 

OMMHW n9f fgtf frOfll 

our •xciting coRiet^ 

^quisite Lingerie and Robes 

Magnificent Cos^iff^ Jewelry 

Imported Umbrellas-Jaim Handbags 

henri Bendel Toibiteles 

Silk Scarfs 

.... or a Gift Certificate If she prefers 

to ehoosie her own gift 

&|iM Fir-TriMHl imm 



DKASnC REl$UCTtOI^ 

On Fall Merchandise 



"We Clothe Tidewater's Smartest Worrwi 



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gaged ioWti 
John W. PerlbiiMi 

Mr. and Mrs. Haloey t^iMfer 
ftrown announce iht tt^M^fiM 9f 
^^^Ofhter. MfM JTafm ISTtaAvth 
Broum, lo J<rf»n Wesley I^rikliMen 
of Wsshltij^ton, D.C. 

Mr. PerJIinii^ Is the m&i^ of Mrs. 

^ar1« dMMHn* of Hopewell and 

liw Jarte Horrtian Louit; f^ktnton. 

Miss Brown was ffra<liaited from 
tfle Graham SchooC N«rfottt, and 
^. Mary's Junior Collegie, Ralel|Ji, 
H€. 

Ur. PeriefitaoQ attend^ the Unl- 
vtrnHy of Richmond. He Is em- 

IAtfy«h by Capital Airlines In Wash- 
nlium. ' ^ 

The weMtng will take place in 
Febrtiary. 

Ill ^ mmim ii m i i n i ■ — i n i i >iwi . ii w ii 

Mrs. P. H. Alten, Mrs, WUIlam G. 
Thompson Jr., and Mrs. R. B. 
Smith have returned to their homes 
after tspendtng «evei«l days in 
feteiiiburg with Mrs. Allen's par- 
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Warden Emory. 



Becomes Brid^ of 
E^. Jad( L#wi8 

Tlw marriage (rf Mte Eunice Lee 
JQtfttnt and Cn«f|a Jack Fleet 
lewlsy USN, was HolemnlMd In the 
demion. S.C. Metbddlstf Chitfich. 
The Rev. M. B. Hundall, officiated 
at the .Mov. 27 ceremony, 

Th« bride it the daughter at Mr, 
And Mrs. Aogiffitus Lowry DuRant 
of Clemson. Ens. Lewis' parents 
are Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Lewis of 
HIglr Point, N.C. 

Given In marriage by h«r lather 
the bride wore a wedding ^wn 
of chantllly lace and net over taf- 
MA. Tiny iMMi ii4^i» lortMiA Of 
cirdet that held her veil of Illusion. 
Her flowers were lilies of the val 
ley and roses. ' 

Mrs. Maurice Veronw of Charles- 
ton, S.C, sister of 4he bridi, WM 
matron of twnor; MIks Dorothy 
LeWU of Hli^ Point, M.C., sister 
of the groom an4 Mi«. Robert 
Stapleton of Baynlde, were brldM> 
maids. They wore dresses of fei* 
cock blue taffeta with matching 
bandeaux, and carried chrysanthe- 
mums. Lucy Hamilton of Clemson 
was flower girl. She wore a white 
organdy dress and carried a basket 
of roHC petals. 

.Mr. Lewlii was his son's best 
man. Ushers were Worth Bowman 
Jr. of Newport News, Eddie Lewis 
of High Point, Maurice Veronee of 
Charleston, S. C, and David Grif- 
fith of Charlotte, N.C, 

A reception followed at tht Clem 
son House. The couple will live 
at Virginia Beach. Ens. Lewis Is 
stationed at Little Creek Amphib- 
ious Base and hk wife Is a teacher 
at Princess Anne High School. 



Recent Bride 




Miss Betty Bevan has mtaimed to 
her home In Washington after 
spending several days with her 

f Brents, Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop 
evan, at their home in Pi-incess 
Hills. 



tlipt. And Mrs. lierbert CWven- 
«i^ Jr. am JoMt Wiim 0aven- 
augl of SavMin^ Ga., Will ar- 
rive today to spend seveMl days 
with Mr. and Mrs. John F. Winn 
Jr.^ at their home o» ia)eig|i Dr. 



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Payable May I mo 

ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $10,000. 

VIReiNIA BEACH FEOERAL 



GiHbert-BeasIey 
Vows Exchanged 
bi Ritotte Iidimd 

KNOTTS ISLAJ««). N.C. ~ The 
marriage of ttlss Devena Be«sley 
and Lance Cpl. Luther Eklward 
Gilbert Jr„ inSMC, took plaqe SWi- 
day, Nov. 15, at 4 y.m. in the 
Knotts fftland Methodist Charcli. 

The ceremony was performed by 
the Rev. James E. Hodges, pastor 
of the church. 

The brtde Is the daughter of Mr. 
and .Mrs, Emory Hope Beasley. The 
bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and 
.Mi\s. Luther Edward Gilbert Sr. of 
Hickory, Va. 

Mr. Beasley gave his daughter 
in rriarriage. She* wore a wedding 
gown of white taffeta and Chantllly 
lace. It was trimmed with pearls 
and ended In a chapel train. Her 
finger-tip veil of Illusion was ar- 
ranged from a poati and sequin 
ii-ywii. She carried a white prayer 
^k topped wtlh a white orchid. 

MrH. Dale Hope Beasley of Vir- 
ginia Beach was her sister-in-law's 
only attendant. 

liie brklegroom's father wa.s best 
man. The groomsmen were John 
Edward .Munden Jr. and Dale Hope 
Beasley of Vli-glnla Beach, brother 
of the bride. 

A i-eception in the social hall of 
the church followed the ceremony. 
AAer a trip to Florida, the couple 
will live at flOOJ 20th St., Virginia 
Beach. 



We offer an excellent selection of 
gift merchandise*^ Jiis "easy to 
shop" store ♦ ♦ • 

also, our charge-account of 5-mon^ 
plan, that carries no Interest charge 




Mrs. Wayne W. LMfetsft 

ikris Hanrey, 
Wape Lambert 
Are Married 



Where sensible prices prevail 

Amprfe parking at Neptune's cwner 
Phone GA 8-5271 



The marrlagfe of Miss Doris Ellen 
Harvey, daughter of Lt. Ckrt. and 
Mrs. Dwlght Harvey of San An- 
tonio, Texas and L.ynnTiav«n, Va.. 
to Lt. Wayne Wit^ton Ijambert, 
USAF, look place in the historic 
Eastern Shore Chapel at London 
Bridge at four o'clock In the aftar- 
neon, J«ov. 27. the «ereti6A^ was 
performed by the Rev. Henry C. 
Barton, rector, and Master Frank 
Lyon Mabry, Cousin of the bride, 
served as ftcolyte during the serv- 
ice. 

The bridegi-oom is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Vince Lambei^ of 
Balnbridge, Ga. 

Given in marriage by her fathei', 
the bride w^e a tradHkmal wed- 
ding gown fashioned of irory bIMc 



Vii^ii^Hi^es 
Becomes finde of 
Lt i. Galiilher 

Miss Virginia Ann Hayes and 
Lt, (Jg) John Gallagher were mar- 
ried by the Rev. John P. Micovi^ 
at St. Theresa's Chftpe! at FJt. Sory. 

The cerembrty was performed 
Saturday. 

The brkle is the daughter (rf 
O. B. Hayes of Whaleyville ^nd 
the brM^'oom is th« .son of Mw. 
J. L. Gallagher of New BedfcM^, 
Mass. 

Augiffitlne C«iPpy gave the bride 
in . marrtaipe. 8ta« wore satin and 
Chantllly kice and carried roses 
and stephaaotis. • 

Mrs. B. W. Powell of Sal«n was 
matron of honor for her sfoter 
and Mis«i Shirley Paxson of Virginia 
Beach was maid of honor. Mrs. 
Ann W. Hodges of Virginia Beach 



tissue bouquet peau. wW» fitted ^as bridesmaid. They wore eraei 



Everett School 
Sets Carol ^g 

This year will mark the 3oth 
annual cai-ol singing of the Everett 
School when the children present 
a pro^'am for their inrents and 
friends at the Virginia Beach High 
Schoul auditorium on Saturday, at 
3:30 p.m. 

Theme of this year's program 
will be "Chrtetmas Iferttage" in 
which the ilch gift from other 
lands of Christmas songs and 
cii.stoms will lie told in song by the 
youngsters of the acliool. Narrator 
will be Briislow Hardin. 

The carollir^ will consitjt of two 
parts: the first wlU be sung by 
the ^itutoH; the second by tlie 
grades Joined by the khMler^rtens. 

Accompanist will l»e Mrs, Lotris 
t'ornlck, music dii-ector of Everett 
School; director, Mrs. Joswjph W. 
Dunn Jr. 



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^fird-itits t«1if>« a«MI orikwrd I9 

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JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLI 
The "SILK" Permanent - •?*• i^**¥'£^i 



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Tliln fabuium; n*'^* p«*i tiiinciii will am^s^ you. Tlt< i ' itLU r of Ihi 

like bhimraerliiR "silk" waved or cm'led artniad ,<.>iii if*rt 

|t It Impossible for u- to list all the amatmg litilque fcaturct. .anU MH<Ti.,n 

quaMty of thte ituraung.new permanent becaus* our sp»c? li Uniitwi. 

We can only say that ft ie completely different from all ^wrfe wd cJi.t 

do for your hair vhat no otli^r per«ianent can do. U cannot b*- 'JupTir.rt.ii 

or wplsjS becaus* of our patents. 

The Kilky.lu.^ter" of this Ijoautif ul new ^Tiiianpnt Is nut merely .-pra^ •«! 

on tiw surface. It Is Injected Into the Inner portion of the hair so4hat 

H mntM. wash off. 

"nc SHJC IN YOUR HAir Utkm 0$amf 

Thl.s (lennanent does not have to be set. The hair on the girl at Ite 
luw«r rijrht was dimply wairfied and alkiwed to drv naturally, 
NKN'T can Ije gl\ tiv length (rf hair f run "poodte" to wabrtJInp^all Uw wav 

can i*guiaie oui lul curlr., to aio wi<llh. and aiiv sti-ength. vou \vi..h. Tl^ 

il^Nfc^ kt^UXamv l^tt any otber periiwjjeiit. 



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bodice and sleeves eoding in pdnts 
over the hands. The ^iN-ina neck- 
line with deep y®ke of re-embroid- 
ered Alencon lace and the basque 
waistline were accented with lace 
appliques gleaming softly with seed 
pearls and opalescent Jewels. The 
skirt was ffjiii.shed In back by a 
bow with fullness extending into 
a chapel length train. A pearl 
tianea held an heirloom Alenwjn 
lace mantilla softly shaping her 
veil and her cascade bouquet was 
of white roses, lillies of the valley 
and ivy. Her only jewel adornment 
was an heirloom diamond cross 
and chain. 

Honor attendants were Mrs. Wil- 
liam D. Daniels of Birmingham, 
Ala,, a sister of the bride, and Miss 
Sylvia Schooler of BatesvUle. Ark., 
each wearing gowns of candlelight 
gold pouf peau designed with 
portriik nuckHnc, princess front 
bodice enhanced by short pouf 
sleeves and carrying bouquets of 
small goW mums. Little Miss Ann 
Bennette Mdbry, ootfiin of* the 
bride, was Junior bridesmaid wear- 
ing dress of similar style in frosty- 
hued capri green and carrying a 
miniature bpuquet of golden mums. 
Lt. WiUiam Barry of Macon, G«. 
wa« best nvan, and Lt. Pi^esct^t 
Shion, USAF, and Lt. Otis C. Gregg 
Jr., USAFR, wet^e gi-oomsmen. The 
bride's mother woi-e a cerulean blue 
crepe co.stume with deep yoke of 
self-color?d Alencon lace accented 
by appliques of re-embroldered 
Alencon lace cut-outs and her cor- 
.■mge of golden yeltow rose buds. 
Her hat was a l)and«»au formed of 
sliajH'd velvet daisies with match- 
ing veil. The gr«K)ni'.s mother wtire 
a i^JWH of mauve lace over taffeta 
with matching hat of velvet and 
enlianceil by a ftMsaj^ of goltk-n 
yerk>w ro.««rtnids. The l)ri<le'.s gianrt- 
mother, Mrs. .James Benjamin 
.Mabry. of S;m AnUmio. Texas, 
won- a 9r)ft t«nc grey ^Ifk faille 
eosluim; wUb row: trlni and jnatch- 
fng hat antl a rowbiwl iswmf^. 

Aflei-thc ceremony a reception 
wa.s held in the church jsirish hall 
whwre the bride and groom cut the 
wwldite cake with her father's 
Army Vabi^. 

The bride Is a student at G«)rge 
Wa."?hington UniversKy and the 
groom was graduated' from the 
United States .Military Academv in 
June, 1959 and a»»^ied" to 'the 
I'nitod States Air Koret. 

Tlw bride's going away fiOf.-tu»»c 
Wite< uf brown ww/b'tt d<*>i#(ned with 
a ffhealh .•ikirt, sliorl fiUjid jwkK 
hIUi glove ieiigtli sbievw aiMl a 
ranch mink toilar. ISte wwe a 
uialcliLiii; iniiik Ih'ivI wHh brown 
lizard sliprs and bag. H»»r jpwqI 
a<:V«»ssoriPs Wer» ^^arb-, a gift from 
the groom, and her coraaSt* was of 



aid green chiffon and taffeta and 
carried white poinsettias, 

John L. Gallagher of Pcnsacoia, 
was best man for his brother. 
Ushem.were Lt. (Jg)> aiei«««r- X^cl** 
tun of New Bedford and Kevin 
Halloran hi Albany, N.Y. 

A reception was held at Wood- 
house Plantation, London Bridge. 
Upon their return frtom a wedding 
trip to Natural Bridge, the couple 
will reside at 109 75th Street. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 




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SHOPS FOR THE WADHEd AND THCiR DAUGHTERS 

Christmas morning delights 






Liiiria Starr ilaune 
Ekigaged to Wed 
John Pollard 

Mr. jind Mrs. Champ Poe Hearnc 
erf Uftkhoi'ri Park announce the 
engafement of their daUghter, Miss 
Linda Starr Mearne. to John Gar- 
land Pollard HI. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John C^rland Pollard Jr. of 
^1 Air, Lancaster. 

MisB Heame att<mded Mary Bald- 
win College, in Staunton. 
• Mr. Pollard is the ^andson of 
the fafte John C^rland Pollard, 
former governor of VlrJE^nia. Ho is 
a gradua.te of Christcburch •S<'hool, 
Mlddleeex; and- t^le University of 
Virginia. 

Afl early s*pring wedding is 
planned. 



li^C^rtwn^ 
plans to M^rry 

.Mi.sh- Lily rmtwrfght of U«tk 
Ifey anrHnmnw ^Irp eagaj^uipnt of 
hor flaugliter. .'^s Karen Kula 
Cartwrlght. to H^anrfc^ Queut|n 
Hoelniek «if Princess Anne. 

Mr. rtoi'bW'k Is the wm of Mr. 
ami Mrs. ^«ph RwhtirK. 

Miss Cartwright and her fiance 
aVe gracTuates of PrTncess .\nne 
High School Thoy will l« married 
on Jan. 10. 



white sweetheart rosebuds. 

After a short honeymoon thft 
brkle and groow will reside In 
Meigs. Ga., near the Bainbrid|^ 
AiivTorce Base whem L*. Ltm^t 
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We have a won<lerful .selection of Chrbtinas 
gift suggestions for all the young ladiet* 
on you I- list. 

Store boUTit Ttf Clirli^iBaB 

Mon. thru Frl. 10 a.m. 'til 9 p^m. 
Sat. 10 *.m. 'tH « p.m. 
Mens Night — ThHrsthys 'til 9 p.m. 



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the year. Beautiful Fall clothes 

from our regular stocky sharply reduced. 



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ANNUAL - "MEN'S NIGHT 

At our beach stor^ will be held Ironi 6:00 to 9:00 
p.rr». on Tuesday, Ctecember 1 5, 1 95^. 

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MERCURY - EDSEL Dealer 

Complete Service On All Makes Of Cars 

PICKUP anil DELIVERY 

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Between Lansdale Traffic Circle 
And Va. Beach Blvd. 
^nen 10:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. 

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CliristmaS (Except Saturday) 

1^ S^e Santa 

AFTERNO<M45 4:00 f^ 5^0 
EVENINGS 7:00 to 8:00 



Mildred IRodgers, 
D. A. Gackstatter 
Exchange Vows 

MiMs Mildred Vlok»t RodRers and 
Darwin Allen Gackstatter were 
marrjed by the Rev. S. D. Beller 
Jr. at the home of the bride's par- 
ents In Lynnhaven. 

TtK> ceremony was performed 
Surtday. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and .Mrs.''L. T. Rodgers and the 
bridegroom \s the son of Mr. and 
Mrii. fidwaiHl Gat'kiitetiw of Jafl^K 
vllle. Wis. 

Given in marriage by her father, 
'the bride wore a dress of white 
satin trimmed with lace flowera 
and a pearl-studded cap with veil. 
Her bouquet was an arrangement 
of chrysanthemums and pompona. 

Miss Margie ^^^'lford of Creeds 
was maid of honor. She wore a 
dress of pink chiffon over taffeta 
and tarried a bouquet of .Mamie 
carnations. 

Best man for Mr. Gackstatter 
was Hertwrt A. .Moore of Pungo. 

Following the reception the 
eoupii? left for a wedding trip to 
.laiu'-ivilli'. They will make their 
htiine at Vu'ginia Beach. 






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Scott Memorial to 
Observe Children's 
Home Sunday . 

"Children's Home Sunday" will 
he ol>>erve() in Scott Memorial 
Methodl.st Church, Oceana, next 
Sunday, J>ec. 13 at the 11 o'clock 
Chuicii Worship Service. High 
point of the service will be the 
message from Jhe Virginia Meth- 
odist Children's Home in Richmond, 
to be 'given by Miss Mary Kate 
Brown, who i.* spon.sored by the 
Murphy Bible Class. 

In addition to Mi-^s Brown, the 
"Home" will be represented by 
Mrs, A. T. Haniilt<m, of the staff 
antt two other girls and two Iwys. 
These children will participate In 
the service, and will be entertained 
In the homes of members of the 
church family. 

Each year on "Children's Home 
Sunday" the church makes its an- 
nual contribution to the Children's 
Home, the objective for which is 
$a38. 

Thl.s annual offering from the 
churche.s of Virginia Methodism 
provides, not only for the annual 
maintenance of the home, food, 
clothing, school and all other needs 
of the children, but also had made 
possible the building of 14 cottars, 
a dining room, activities building 
and administration building, which 
will be dedicated free of Indebted- 
ness by the presiding bishop of the 
conference. Bishop Paul N. Garber, 
in June. 

The pastor of the church, the 
Rev. Francis H. Strieby, extends 
a coi'dial Invitation to the people of 
the community to attend this very 
interesting and unusual service. 

CAIENDAR'S TIPS 
ON UFi-SAVIW 

"Mouth-To-Mouth Reauid- 
tation," the newly dwcov«wd 
age-old meUiod of life-aavinf , 
as endorsed by the Ainen«m 
National Red Qro«, to vividly 
and colorfully iUustoatM la «m 
completely transformed 26-paf> 
1960 St. Joeeph Family Almanac 
Calendar. The calandar ia mm 
being presented by druggists •■ 
a bee ^t to theur customsES. 





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Save more with commuter tickets. Atk for Detail 
y^ Schedules at Terminals or from Bus Operators. 



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»Moiith-To4i0ii<li^ tirat Aid 

TUb to ji»t one of naora than 
100 human interest features with 
an appml for all memb«t« of 
tiw &mfly, making the 1960 St. ' 
Joseph C^itondar the mort in- 
teresting and «>lorful in all its 
37 yeata. Hailed by it* makers, 
Rough, Inc., aa 'The Milhon 
Dollar Calendar," its gor^oi» 
new coioT dresa and exoan^d 
featares represent the tdmts <rf 
outstanding writers, artists and 
jriiotoffnphMra of tha nabmi'l 
hrgart newqmpos and maga- 
rines. There are 154 odw i^Mtos 
and drawings, embracing 105 
featares. Notiung like it has ever 
been produced before in the 
hiBt<»y of calendar making. 

Fcdtowing tlw St. JoMoh Cal- 
odw finmi day to day throu^ 
1960 is an advmttae oi toqiva- 
tkm.'fisB aad timdy hdp for 
•mrybody. !%«• are ths Md 
■ad pvovMi favorites, sodk M 
f^iag and pUsting charts, 
daily wei^MBr etrtlook, alfas ^ 
tiw lodiac, aaooB pnaMS and 
many oUict timi^ evwy-day 
gmdes. MotbCTS wfll And a ^ni- 
aaMs aid in the "Inantpisiti(« 
Record." listing ages for babies 
•lid (^^ diildr«i to befamoc- 
idatodai^hMtdisMMS. FanuMS 
have a pi^ <rf (tote. Aam tha 
mmy <^JHr featDres are diit^ 
Upt, rec»^ Chrii gMa^^^ 

Diitesa fa^Hiaation. '^VhatTo 
Do In nme Of Disarter." aad 
a jfirrt aid nniiaary covm^ 
•very enMi^w^y fro" P<»si»* 
iw to simsteo^ Beet of aU. 
tibe «ateidar 4tot8S •!• to larM 
bad BtlfitMn^teramiw^fead 
•cms tiM romn. , 

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Personal Mention 



Mis. John E. Addenbrook has 
returned to her home on B8th St. 
after spending several days in New 
York. She was at?c<mipanle<l by 
Mr8. Millard F. Savage of Norfolk. 



•Mrs. Gerrv M. Ashburn, Mrs. 
Ralph A. M'ldgett Jr., and .Miss 
Frances Royster spent last week- 
end in Charlottesville with Mr. 
and Mrs. Gibson Gardner. They 
w«re among those hunting with 
the Farmlngton Hunt Club on 
Satuiday and atleiiding the annual 
meeting and awards dinner of the 
»Trglnla Horse . Show Association 
jn Sunday. 



Mrs. Kermlt Roblnswn recently 
returned to her home In Bay 
Colony after spending sK'veral days 
visiting her .^on-ln-law and daugh- 
ter. .Mr. and .Mrs. I). Cameron I^acy 
in Hichmond. 



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, for Christmas 

59c — 2 for $1.00 

EXCLUSIVELY OURS 



Mr. and .Mrs. Beverley B. .Mun 

ford of liichniond will ,-pend this' 
weekend vl.-ilting Vlri and . .Mrs. 
I'eylon .M:iy at their Bay Colony 
iu:mc. Tlicy will be among Vm 
lui-df town guests attending the; 
Virginia Ueach A^sonibly .at the ' 
(.uvaUir on Satuiday evening. i 



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Mr. aiwi Mr.s. J.' IVter Holland HI j 
and '^xm, J. Peter HoUanil IV. .spent 
iust v.feKcnd with State Senalui- 1 
arHl*Mr.<. Edward O. Weant Jr., at 
their huim- in Westminster. .Md. 



Pert Miss Karen Patrick, above, is shown hard ai work on 
the business end ot the Virginia Beach High %z\\ocA "Hurricane" 
yearbook. Miss Patrick is business manager of the annual publica- 
tion. Jo Ann Barco and Ruth Johnson serve as io-editors. 



BIRTHS .Patricia Frame, 

G. P. Thompson 
Are Engaged 



.Mr. and Mrs. Peter .Marshall 
.Meredith announce the birth of 
their third child, first daughter, 
Su.'^an Trumbo, on Thurisday, Nov. 
2U, at Norfolk General Hospital. 

.Mrs. Mere<ltth is the former Mi.ss 
Susan Popt? Trumbo, daughter of 
Dr. and .Mr.s. G. C. Trumbo. .Mr. 
Meredith l.s the son of H. Clarkson 
Meredith of Virginia Beach and 
the late Mrs. Marshall Homes 
Meiedith of Norfolk. 



Mr. and Mr.s. Julius Littleton 
Bunting Bi^own of Petersburg an- 
nounce the birth of their first child, 
a son, Phillip Bunting, born Dec. 
1 at Petersburg General Hospital. 
Mrs. Brown is the formei- Misa 
Audrey Bowen, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry Llnwood Bowen 
of Richmond, formerly of Norfolk. 
Mr. Brown is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Oliver Brown of Virginia 
Beach, 



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Moore 
announce the birth of their third 
child, .second daughter, Susan 
Elizabeth, on Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 
Leigh .Memorial Hospital in .Nor- 
folk. Mrs. Mooi-e is the former Miss 
AUne Power.-:, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. J. H. Power.s of Virginia 
Beach. 



Mr. and .Mr.s. Ernest E. Frame 
announce the engagement of their 
daughter, Miss Patricia Viola 
Frame, to George P. Thompson, the 
son of .Mr. and .Mrs. G. E. Thomp- 
son of Pungo. 

The W'c'dding will take place 
Dec. 27. 



Mr. and .Mrs. H. B Taylor are 
spending t.everal davs in .New Yuik 
City. 



Mrs. R. Stanley Holland left 
I Wednesday to visit h<?r son-in-law 
''^ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Creorge 
T. Bole at their home In .Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Mr. Holland will Join 
his family for the ChriiStnias holl- 
idiJy.s. 



Mrs. N. F. Drevrry and daughter, 
.Miss Patricia Drewry, of Poiers- 
burg, have taken the Gamble home 
on Holly Road and Pocahontas 
Drive for the winter months. 



Mrs. l^athrop Hevan will leave 
today to spend a week visiting 
Mr. and Mrs. Pascal llol>erts Jr. 
at their home in Roanoke. 



.Miss Jane Brown, formerly of 
Washington, is making her home 
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs 
H. W. Brown. 



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27th Street and Atlantic Avenue 



Support the Uiralnla^^each 

Annual Peanut Sale 



This annual sale is now in progress. 
Purchase your peanuts from a repre- 
sentative of the Kiwanis Club. Pro- 
ceeds from this annual sale go to fur- 
ther the civic projects otHie^Kiwanig 
Club with the majority jused for work 
with crippled children. 

Sypport the Kiwanis Peanut Sale 



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news by reading, the Virginia Beach Sun*News. Our rates are $3.50 
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Will Christmas be a holiday or a horror " 'Thou shalt not kill' refers just as surely 

day for you and your family? to motorists on the highway and chaifce- 

The National Safety Council asked that takers in the home as it does to the berserk 

C|ue$tk») as it ar^ioufKOd li can^^n In De- man with a loaded shotgun 



e«t»Nr .to reduce accicterttsbn the highways 
anelftn the, home. 

Theme of the campaign, ac«>rding to 
Artf^r B, Uglie, chairman of the Council's 
|slatUmal Connmittee of Religious Leaders for 
Safaly, is.- "flpr a merry Christmas— make it 

ll|ng|i«, foffrtar governor of Washington, 
Is n#wr preiM^t^of the AAcCall Corporation, 
Nev^York*^ 



Motorists who drink and then drive, 
horrwowners who carelessly use rhatches, 
candles or Christmas tree lights, are morally 
responsible if death or injury results." 

One target of the National Safety Council 
holiday campaign is the office party that 
relies on the bottle for Its fun. 

Laglie emphasized that the campaign will 
rwt attempt to dampen holiday gaiety. . 



. "We're just as much in favor of office 

tmphasil' during the month-long cam- parties as the next person," he said, "but 
jn,"> he» said, "wljlbe on the moral re- not when they spill out tipsy people to 



paign 

sponsibllity Americans ^ave to prevent 

accidents/ 

'7he person who thought disregard for 
safety injuiiss or kills another person has 
violated a ccwnniandmenti 

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they spill out tipsy peopi 
climb behind the wheel of a car and drive 
on the highway. 

"Have your friendly office party— but 
without the flowing bowl, the highball hi- 
larity." 



AiatralPaticeSet 
% St Gregory's 

Parishioners of St. Gregory the 
Great Catholic Church are plan- 
nilig thdr aittual dance for Feb. 
27 at the Starlight Room of the 
Ifonticello Hotel. 

Iltok wilVbe by KeaHiey Floyd's 
orehfeBtra. 

Sal Rom4no \s general chairman 
of the dance. AaeMlng him are 



Oceono School 
inenu 

Moadajr, Dee. 14 

Hot dog on bun, buttered oom, 
tossed salad, milk, apple pie, 
Taeaday, Dee. IS 

Vegetable beef Koup, grilled 
cheese sandwich or peanut butter 
sandwich, cabbage, carrot, green 



fflck«M, S*'^- C. H, Russell, Mrs. pepper salad, mnk,'cheriv cobbler, 

Gene Ptrkins, Mni, J. E. Faganelll; J|.^^„,.^„„ „„ ,„ 

aecreUrv-treasurer, Mrs. F. k. "^r" *'"*** ** . „ 

Knackj "printtag, Edward a-ogan; "^^^hurger on bun, parsleyed 

Ubbon and David Duggan: games. Thursday, Dec. 17 



ilrs. >ftiurice Casey and Mrs. paga- 
nelj^ ettteitfin^mt. Mrs. A. De- 
Co«: ^K.^4^red Nap^jUtano ' and 
David ftiijigan; publicity, Mrs. 
bavkl Dui^n. III. I 

BOOKMOBILE 
SCHEDULE 

fbitradajr, DeccMber 10 

Bobbins Corner, 9:30-11 a.ni. 

Tlialia (Willis Wayside) 12:30- 
2-.% p.m. 
SamfeM^, Decenber IS 

Aragona Shopping Center, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p.m. 
Toeaiajr, Detxnber IS 

Diamond Springs, 10 a.m. to 12 
Noon. 

Ocean Park, 1 to 3 p.m. 

Lynnhaven Colony Community 
Church, 3:15 to 5 p.m. 



Chicken noodk* mtup or tuinato 
soup, cheese and pickle .sandwich 
or pt^put butter sandwich, sweet 
jpotaio custard, milk. 
#M(|iir» btec IR/ 

** ■Jff^Prfi'ohi ana cheese, apple 
sauce, spinach, hot roll and butter, 
milk, cake. 



Vet Service Officer 
To Visit Beach 

T. A. Moore, service officer for 
veterans and their survivors, work- 
ing for the State government of 
Virginia, will assist clients, without 
charge, on Thursday, Deeemljer 
10, 1058. at the Virginia Beach Con- 
vention Center, located at Pacific 
Avenue and 19th Street, lietween 
the hours of 11 aan. and 3 p.m. 



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^Twas the Night 
Before Chrtetmas' 
At Oceana School 

Two contrasting Christmas ob- 
servances portrayed through the 
medium of music and pantomine, 
one in the Swiss Alps, and the 
other In 19th Century America, 
will be the theme of the annual' 
Christmas pi-ogi-am for the Parent 
Teachers As.sociatlon, presented by 
the Sixth .ind Seventh ijrade 
Choru.se.s of Oceana School, under 
the direction of .Mrs. Irene A. 
Korte, vocal tiuwic Jtcacher, on 
Tuexday evenUig, Dee* 16, at 8 p.ra. 
in the Oceana School Auditorium. 

"Chrl.stn»as in aft Alpine Village" 
with Ja/ni'.i JJlalg an Aarrator, liP 
elude.*: the following JChnl.stmaii 
CaroLs.and hvmn.s: ".Maria Walks 
Through Wood and Thorn," "O 
Shepherds Come»" "The Bell Carol," 
"Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming," 
"Dona Nobis Pacem," and "Silent 
Night." Two illustrative panto- 
mine.s will show an Alpine family 
in their home during the Advent 
Season, and then attending church 
services on Christmas Eve. 

During the second half of the 
program, the musical calendar 
turns back to the year 1822 when 
Clement Moore penned his im- 
mortal poem, ""Twas the Night 
Before Chri.stmas." The 120 voice 
Oceana ChorUH will present the 
musical version of this classic 
which has been popularized by the 
Fred Wearing Glee Club. The^ ac- 
companying paiUomlne will be en- 
acted by Thomas Mtdgette as 
"P«pa," and Robert L. Brown Jr. 
a« "Saint Nick." Frank l^lcc Is in 
charge of the sta^ crew and 
sound effects. 

The' public is cordially Invited 
to attend thl,s ptx^ram. 

Candlelight Yule 
Concert Slated at 
Naval Base Cbapel 

Candlelight and Chrirtmas green- 
fiv will provide the traditional 
fllmofephere for the Ninth Annual 
Christmas Ciioral iConiert of the 
Chapel in tiw Wo(mIs. Norfolk 
Naval Air Station, Junior and 
Senior Choli-s on Sunday afterr)oon. 
December 13 at .l o'clock. Both 
choirs are ilire<*tori by Mrs. Irene 
,\. Kort ', choii- director and 
oifjani.'^l. Mrs. Korte is alw vocal 
nuisic in.structor at Oceana School. 

The program will include acappel- 
la arrangements of French, Ger- 
man. Polish. -Spanish. ^Austrian, 
and American carols and spirituals, 
and Gustav Hoist's brilliant com-- 
position, "Christmas Day." Mrs. 
Charles D. McCall, soprano, will 
sing "Gesu Bambino," by Pietro A. 
Yon. and Mrs. Landls E. Doner will 
sing "Chrl'-tma.s Cradle Hymn" by 
Harkor. Other .soiois^ts Include .MisV. 
NiiiK'v l>i^<n1iurn. .Sbclilnn ^'olo^^, 
Heywani Foreman. Dan Ilavwortli, 
and Chaplain J. C. itittf-nhoue* 

The Chapel nursery in tlie Sun 
day School Buildinp'wiil \m opfu 

to t.lKf ( .Hf of SIIWUI (Illlrloni. 



BAYSim; MEWS BRIEFS 

ii^ RrirA Du ^nuuwas 



•avmm: jvivior woiiawv 

CMJB HOLDS IflfLB PARTT 

Thirty members of the teyiMe 
Junlpr Woman's Club i^ttwrtd 
•t Frankle's Retftaurant, ClUMlr 
Mly> Beach, Tueadajr, De«. 1, ^ 
I pjs. for th«tr annual Cbriatmn 



As th« ' rnemixm entered tiMfg 
were (reeled by Santa Claua and 
Ml Wifyer, Mts. R. L. lofpnin and 
Um. M. K VYockett Jr. m»ch mtm 
tor iv^vwd a C^irl^mu i^ft In 
gftt^ iMe tlie aplrH «r die oe- 



a C%riirtmM ti«*, which was taMf- 
fuDy ^teoorated, and sMif tlM w*ti 
kMwn Chrlstmaa oinris. 

inw dttb pr«a|ttoirt, Mrs. J. S. 

Hoots. MUMWMMd dMt Mtoll^^ 

i^ttld t«k* turm tm^rtM Chitti- 
maa pm^tmi t0r ttM MN^ttc n^ 
at Uttte ^ek "GMoi"' ClvSi. 

Wsm\m* will ak» Udit Chrfaii- 
mas gifto to on* H ti» Wwnen'a 
Wardto at Ekwtem State Hc^Md 
on Dec. 16. 



nUMQffV HraiN£» GARDEN 

cmI umm 

The Di>«mber meeting of the 
Diamond Spring Gardm Club was 
held Thur«tey, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. at 
th^home of Mrs. William keeter, 
^1 Ottessa IMve. 

The pi-ofram for the evenir^f 
Ws "Club ParticipatloB." TTie mem- 
liwrs each ^ve a rMding or sang. 
The program cen^^ed with t^ 
membern $\\ joining in far Uie 
ChrlMtmas carols. 

In the spirit of the occa.sion the 
club nvombera exchanged garden- 
ing gifts. 

Plans were made for making 
a Chri.stmas wreath for the Youjifi 
Center. Each member will be Hi- 
sponsible for making a gift bundle, 
which will include candies, bobby 
pins, and incidentals which the 
boys and girls at the Youth Center 
will be able to use. 

Arrangements for the meeting 
were on the Christmas theme. 
Judges from the Bay View Garden 
Club awarded ribbons to: Mrs. 
James Hudglns, Mrs. Elmer Evans, 
Mrs. William Stokes, Mrs."G«ne 
Barrow, Mrs. Rodger Cobb. Mrs. 
W. K. Castle and Mrs. Herb<»a 
Huntley.. 



IMo ^ dub: OwrlM C. Mdwta. 






Dl PLIC %TK BKIIMiK <H B 
WlKNKWi AKK ANNOIKCKD 

The winm-rs of this week'.s 
tournament of the Virginia Beach 
Duplicate Bridge Clul> which plays 
each Tuesday evening at 7:4,5 at 
the Dune.s .Motor Hotel were: 

North«south, tied for first and 
siTond place, .Mrs. Leo BHley, Mrs. 
(i G. Simpson tied with .Mr. ami 
.Mr>i. H. t:. Conklin Jr.; licil fur 
third piact'. .Mr.s. Claud Bmwnlcv 
Jr. and Mr-. E G Caulfleld with 
Ur a'nd .Mrs. Sidney Heifer. 

Ea^t-west. fir*.t plaw, Mr. and 
Mr.s. R. M. Furness. Jr.. Mr». Anne 



OCKAN PARK CK'IC hKAQVH 
I1K.4KM COir.'VTY OFPICIALH 

The Ocean Park Civic League 
held their regular meeting Thurs- 
day, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. at the Civic 
Center, Stratford Rd. The presi- 
dent, R. G. H(rfk>man, presided. 

Ml'. Beit Barker, vice pre8i<lent 
and chairman of the Water Com- 
mittee, lnti"odueed Carroll Clougli. 
Su|)«rvisior of the Bay side District, 
irbo said; "While we ai-e concen- 
trating mainly on the Bayside 
area — at the moment — It Is p^rt 
of the overail plan for the entire 
Northern part of Prlnces-s Annte 
County, not presently serviced with 
water." 

R. J. Webbon, Flxecutive Secre- 
tary of the Board of Supervisors, 
also spoke to the group on the 
topic of obtaining water for the 
Bayside Atea. He said "a revenue 
bond will be floated for the instal- 
lation of water and the amount will 
not be assessed against Real fistate 
taxes." He also continued: "a daily 
supply survey is being made at 
the present time and a complete 
survey Is expected by Aprii 1, 
HKJO." He said "the county 1» 
taking every necessary step to 
exi>edito water liast of Ltttie 
Creek." 

Election of officers for the Com- 
ing year was held and they are as 
follows: President, B. C. Barkery 
vice president. W. G. HoHand; 
secretary. Mrs. R. G. Holloman; 
treasure, Mr.s. H. W. wrham; 
chaplain, John Bowman. 

Three new meml>ers were we}-= 
comed into the Civic league: Mr. 
and Mrs. Michavl Henry and Mrs. 
Frederick Kwing Jr. 

Members from other communi- 
ties in the Bayside area were gue^s 
of tl» Civic League. 
I>Ji.R.'.s A-NSOINCB 
BIRTHDAY LI NCHl^!^' 

Seven ty^'even newly naturalised 
cittaens were welcomed by Jti^lie 
Waller K. Hoffman, who was intrth 
duced by Mrs. Roy Britton. r^ent 
of Borough of Noi'folk Chapter. 
The naturalisation ptxigram look 
plac»! Wwlnenday, Dec. a, at 2:3n 
p.m. in the liniti-d States District 
Coujt, ^Ea.v•tern District of Vli^nia. 
In the Federal Building, Nmfolk. 

Color guard and pages escorted 
offlwrs of Borough of .Norfolk and 
rjrinccss Anne Chapter of DAR 
into the meeting. The invocation 
wa.s given by the Rev. William C. 
Hoffman, rector of St. Bride's 
Episcopal Church. The salute to 
the flag was led by Mrs. W. J. Joy, 
-Princess Anne Chapter. The Ameri- 
can Creed by Mrs. B. F. ^TiHe. 
Vice regent ot Princess Anne Chap- 
ter. The Star Spangled Banner was 
led by Mrs. Murray Malbon, Prin- 
cess .Anna Chapter. The address 
was given by the Rev. Arthur W. 
.\yei-. of N'it?im<i MctlKKlirt Church. 

I'ag'^ji dibtributi'i] Amrrie^n flag.-, 
-JiiU UAH cartt of welcome ta thv 
npw cttiznufi Tito cloning ^ng, 
"Amprica.' wh.-v l«-.j by Mrs. Mai- 

IwM. H*'lhrJifHoii l,v tij,. U(»^. Hof. 

fman. 

All iTugis w«'if from tlie Cavalier 
CAR from rrinccsj; Anne County. 
They were: Judy Hoest, Margaret 
Du<lley, Lynda Kelly, Helen Jov, 
and Synthela .Malbon. 

.Members from the Princess Anne 
County Chapter who attended were: 
Mrs. Davis y. Malljon, past regent 
Princess Anne Countv Chapter, 
.Mrs. Rmalene F. Simeon, Mrs. 
W. J. Joy. Mrs. B. F. WhUe, vice 
ri'gcnt of Princess Anoo County 
DAR and Mrs. Murray Malbon. 



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Liana Mi^ annrtrt to Hm^IM. 

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totarMUMU CoHiiaaHii liMMt U 
mton, n^ to 1^ mMmm ^ 
tMm latMiMttM IVf PMiMM INp. 
tmem to fWpMMRdt Mr MNI W» 

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M)iH|lilft and M n^pl( 

Irw mk 4b gritty H. 
Ai^MlHi VanMoif'- f^^ 
wtu be Ml^iMid m fuiilliliii 
maaUi Iv Uaaa CMm ^rot^prtw 
IN tr^M. M tke dcnsiMi el bb 

WMte MMiad ta Oe km^mmett 
btttimaa in^Mb m m* ttim 
cnvii^Md «a iaiM^iiMan m^ik 
eo*M MPve tit« mtm «l ttw 
Aft«r much Oh)^^ aMI 
Jones and sevetM ol Ills 
Mceeeded In tamt^ tte tkti 
UfHU Club In 1917. tlie ftrM em- 
ventkHi was h^ ta O^i^iit, I#I7 
M Ctilcafo. Bnfit -Ha lowaitai 
Uonlam n«a ma^ noM ^riiiH 
until tM^ tlMHce ar« At* la l«i 

wMi a acMi m e tSmM f etf ofm 
tmit a milB^. 

Qordoii M^^Mon, aeeM# ^Nd 
president, reported that the club's 
araiwil "turkey shoot" was a huge 
«u<H;ass. The shoot was held Nov. 
Zl and 22 at the Waltonian Gun 
&^*-^ffM' proceeds from the shoot 
wflit* used in the club's chari- 
table and civic activities. 

f. B. Ctetrahder, third vice presi- 
dent, announced tttat a large num- 
ber of toys had been collected and 
repaired for the Bayalde Christmas 
Joy Fund. 

Bates Reese, Welfare chairman, 
announced that tie has received a 
larfe asiDunt of clothlag from the 
Thrift Sbop at the Ltttie Creek 
AmpMMMM Base v)rhi«h will be 
Maid la llil^n§ needy families In 
MM Sayalde area. 

International counselor, l^mr- 
geon Toney and Zone Chainnan 
Wilfred Johnacm were also guests 
at this meetii^ 



FkoM HO «-ll» 

ajn. The a|Maker for the meeting 
will i» tlM Rev. iunm W. ^yn- 
olds Jr., pMn^ of Baylake Metli- 
odist Cbur^. 



OCSAN PARK COMMUNITY 
OaCPACB 

According to the paator, C. 
Phillip TaniMr. a Christmas manger 
scene haa been erected in front 
of the church and, will be Illumi- 
nated each night through the 
Ckriatanaa iaaaun. This was a pro- 
ject of tlM IMi'a Feltowahip Class 
^ the church. 



Thursday, Dec. 10, the Women's 
ClKdes of the church will hold a 
Joint meeting at the home of Mrs. 
S. 6. Bowdoin in Tlwrou^igood. 



E^tliAKK HKtHODBST CtHJItCH 

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Brtotow 
iolaed tiie membership of Qaylake 
Methodiat Church Sunday, Dec. 6. 

Abcording to the pastor, tte Rev. 
Mantes W. Reyiwlds Jr.»the frot^) 
that gather Sunday ni^Nt. Dec. 6, 
for the congre^tion "Family 
Night" were Impress^ «aBd eiv 
Vlightened by the prescptatton o* 
the life and history of the churc 
"rtje slides were shown and th? 
narration was given by Miss Billle 
Mays. 



Circles 1 and 2 of the Woman's 
Society of Chrlstten Service will 
meet Thursday night, Dec. 10 at 
the iwme of Mrs. De Forrest Lilly 
in Lynnhaven Colony for their 
Christmas meeting. 



Sunday, Dec. 13, at the 11 a.m. 
Worship Service "Universal Bible 
Sunday" will be observed. 

The Ifitermedlate M.YJ'. will 
me^t at the church from 5 p.m. 
until e:;iO p.m. Mrs. J. I. Hightower 
is new co-couneelor serving with 
Mr. W. L. Holmes. 

The Senior M.Y.F. will go in a 
groiy to witness the singing of 
the Messiah. 



M^day, Dec. 14. the Official 
Board of the church will meet at 
S pjn. 

The cast for the church's "Tab- 
leau" win rehearse Tuesday, Dec. 
U at 7:30 p.m. the tableau will be 
{Mvsented on Sunday, Diect 20. 

Friday. Dec. 18, the" general 
mt¥Ong of the Woman's Society of 
C^lsttim Service will be held. 



BAXWDK CJHMOTIAN CHURCH 

The (Widai JBeard of the church 
met Itonday, Dee. 7 at 8 p.m. John 
BakMT to chairman of the board. 

TTiurwlay, Dec. 10 at TM p.m. 
the Voung Adtiit Class of the Sun- 
day School will be entertained at 
the parsonage. 2720 Two Woods 
IU)ad. Election of ottUxrs wUl be 
held for the coming year. 

. Sunday, Dec. 13, "Family Night" 
will be observwl at 7:30 p.m. There 
will be a song fest with Christmas 
Carols followed by a Fellowship 
Hour, with refreshments. Members 
who have come Into the church 
sim-e last June will be honored. 



Christmas Home 
Tour Proves 
Huge Suceess 

Christmas arrived early last 
Wednesday, Dec. 2, when Bay 
Colony Garden Club members 
toured four homes which had been 
decorated for the holiday. Almost 
•vfery club member took j>art in 
the decorating which included 
homes in Early American decor to 
contemporary. The first home 
visited was that of Mr. and Mrs. 
Q. S. Jordim on Bruton iiane, In 
which the decorators used the rich 
'colors of fruits, berries and greens 
to compliment Mrs. Jordan's an- 
tique Early American furniture. 
President Mrs. Roy E. Folck con- 
ducted a short meeting at the Jor- 
dan home and then members went 
to the Albxn R. Mallhes home on 
Chumley Road, which is more 
formal Early American. The Mall- 
hes living room wyas decorated en- 
tirely in gold, white and gj'eens; 
the dining foatn In silver, melon, 
and greens, ami the very Informal 
den ^ berries and gi-ecns. The next 
^bm on|i|B t<^r^w^ll^t J|f ifc. 
IndfMrS. ^%fi,ll|fei^|i*^ 
Norui Baiy Shore Drive, in which 
was used a tree of fruit on the 
dining room table, a gold and gi-een 
mantel piece, a wreath of pine 
cones and nuts, a white Madonna 
backed by ^id magnolia leaves, 
and a della robia wreath on the 
door. The outside lamppost and 
porch rail of the Colonial style 
home were wound with green gar- 
landa. 

At the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lloyd H. Burton refreshments 
were served and the decorations, 
among others included a lighted 
garland tree ovea a fireplace and 
a cigarette tree in the recreation 
room. Mi-K. Andrew T. Moore was 
chairman o€ the detHM-atli^ com- 
mittee and the hoetesses were Mre. 
LltHTd H. Burton. Mj-s. WiHiam C. 
Hayee^ Mi-s. John F. Marshall Jr., 
and Mrs. Robert V. Peabodv. 



linldtoni Park 
Oub Ynk Tea 
Slated for FViday 

The Linkhorn I^rk Garden Club 
ChriatmM tea wUl beuheld Friday, 
Dec. 11 at 3 pjn. at the hom« Of 
Mrs. W. C. Harrell, acairdlng to 
Mrs. George Webb, soctol chair- 
man of the club. 

A musical program will be pre- 
sented by the Civic Choral Aub 
of Virginia fieach. 

Decorations and arrangements 
for the tea wUI be as foUows: 

Mrs. D. W. Gregofy, doorway; 
Mr& George Webb, entrance hall; 
Mri. R. E. Taylor, coffe4 table; Mrs. 
A. fi. Antrim, hearth; Mrs. VV. C. 
^rclay. dining room tab^ Jftra. 
W. B. Meredith, buffet; Mrs. Elmer 
Tarrail. kffchan. • ' » 

There Will be a carel ' sing oft 
Friday, Dec. 18 from 7 to 8 p.ni. 
at the Linkhorn Park Christmas 
tree located at the , entrance on 
Linkhorn Drive. All residents of 
Linkhorn Park are urged to Join 
in the sing. 

The Linkhorn Park Garden Club 
entered the home of Mrs, T^ W. 
Howard Jr. in the Tidewater Dis- 
trict Virginia Federation of Garden 
Clubs tour, "December Splendor 
in Tidewater," which was held on 
December 9. Members of the club 
decorated the home and acted ai 
hostesses. 



Oiristmas Tree 
Lighting Pr(^ram 
Set for Dec. 13 

The Birdneck Point Gardtti 6luU' 
the Birdneck Point Community 
League, and the Cardinal Garden 
Club will celebrate their wuiual 
Chri^maa tree lighting pec^mm 
on Sunday, December 13th» at 5 
p.m. There will be carol ein^j^g 
and candles for the chlldrm. 

Donations of canned goods will 
be collected and presented to the 
Joy Fund. All residents of the area 
are cordially Invited to attend. 



€]f A — J|£ — -a 

mBTWBf 

Pnbfie Wmn 

A Christmas Bo(4i t^Me oaa b«en 
set u|^ In the mil^ IMsnury in 
erder that patra^ may te aware 
of the available books. 

Al^ the childrm's hoer on 
Tuesdays ftt»m 3:30 to 4JQ p.m. 
will foiture Christmas ^orin. Mri. 
E. C- Oithcart's story hour Is for 
the five-six-and seven year old age 
group. 

Included in the Christmas wlee- 
tlon ar« Oar Christmas Story by 
Mrs. Billy Grahanj; The Southern 
Oiristmaa Book by HcN-a^t T. 
Kane; The Story of the Holly and 
rvy by Runer Godden; The Story 
of the' Other Wise Man !^ Henrjf 
Yah Dvke; Miracle on 34th StreH 
hy Valentine Davles; Stories? «f 
the Birth of Jesii's Ui various trana- 
latlons of the Holy Bible and many 
others. 



Beach Music Club 
Sets Yule Progpun 
For D^endier 18 



The Vhymto Sateh |fuslc Club 
to ptoittiflg Its ChrtatiMB jMgram 
Itof Frtdtt, liifc. lih at ^ resl- 
^tme tf Mrs. M. M. feihrie. lAndoo 
Brlcjge. — 

Miss Rose Willi.'; wlU read some 
Chrk^naaa stortea In addition to 
the musical prc^ram. 

Mrs. iTrrie and Mrs. Russell 
Gimbert trill be hovtesses. 



HOMK Bl'ILDRSg-^AlTXIUARV 
YILS PARTY »KT FOR BBC. 1ft 

ifmbers of the Women's Aux- 

Tidewater Association of 

Bme Builders, and their hualwnds 

will attend a Christmas ^rty on 

Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Cavalier 

Yacht and Country Club. 

A cocktail hour, from 7 to 8 p.m., 
will be fallowed by a buffet din- 
ner and dancing from 930 fun. to 
1 ajn. 

Mrs. Qivkl Lo^ chatrniaii of 
the hostess committee, will be as- 
sisted by Urs. Horace Ctotola, Mrs. 
Moi't Saber and Mrs. Tom Zuk. 



f ** 



The Bayside Golilen Years Club 
win me«t Wedne.sdav, Dec. l(i at 
Bayteke Methodist Chunh at 11 

P. A. COUNTY 
SPORTS NEWS 



B.tYMDK LiO.NH (LIB MGKHi 

The Bavhidc Uom Club held 
their regular mf-eting Wednesday, 



Ellis and Mrs. Margaret Norfleet; Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. at ShiA-e Drive 

third place, Mrs. M, F. Camp and Inn. The prevident, Eugene F* Caid- 

Mr?,. Kirk Wal*.h. welt iM'eBlding. 

All bridge pld\era ate mvited. Ttuee titw Ijmua were wdMutnl 



OCKA.N'A — Jim l,ail. Director 
of Recreation for Princess Anne 
County announced here today tha 
following Information concerning 
.sports in the County Recreation 
Program. 

Midget, Junior and High Basket- 
ball Leagues. The meeting to re- 
organize these leagues will be held 
Saturday, Dec. 12 at lO^) a.m. in 
the recreation office. 

Teen Girls Basketball League. 
The meeting to reorganize this 
league will be held Thursday. Dec. 
17 at 8 p.m. in the recreation of- 
fice. 

Duffn-h lJask«>ti»all U>agu<i. Th" 
nii'cting to reorganise this league 
will be held Wednei^day. ivx-. Iti 
at b p.m. Thi.s league ifi for m»'n 
'M j-earg of age and over. 

Boy. High. Teen Bovti. and Teen 
Oirla Negro BasketJiall Leagues, 
The Negro Athletic Council will 
meet In the recreation office Tues- 
day, Dec. l.j to reorganize the Boys, 
High, Teen Boy.s. and Teen Girls 
Batiketball I>eagues. > 

Prlncesw .\nne Pony Grad Ikise- 
bail League. The meeting to re- 
organ Ik the Princess Anne Ponv 
Grad Baseball League for 19«0 will 
be hohl in room 12.'5 of Princes* 
Anne High School, IJih. is at 8 
pM%. This league Is for boys- IT* and 
16 yi-ars of age. League officers 
and- conmdtle«» clMirnK'n will be 
elected and appotaited at lliL^ UH-et- 
Ing. 

Teams entering any of Hie above 
Basketball l^eagues muttt have an 
•d^ raprei^atatlve present at the 



'rtie Bay Colony Garden Club 
will hold Its annual Chrknmas 
greens sale on December 18th in 
frant of the 31st Street Cotonial 
Store from 9 a.n». until 6 p.m. 
Wreaths will be sold undecorated, 
as well .aa cemetery wi-eaths on 
siaa^. red ribbon bows, greens, 
and swaging at 40c per yd. Mrs. 
E. F. Blake would like to have 
swiping orders given to her 
before the sale at GA 8-,5248. 

Doorw^ Qm^t 
Set by ffirchwood 

The jWrcliwtKKi <JardMi Cttft hrtd 
lh*ir Decemljer meeting at the 
home of Mrs. It. S. Hmlwn, ©4h 
Cronln Rd. Her co-lrostesses wmc 
.Mr*;. S. i. Perdue and, Mrs. B. W. 
AHord. \ 

The club voted to give $10 to 
thf Joy Fund. 

Mrs. W. J. Leonard reported that 
half ^ the 500 bulbs had been 
planted JKt tee entrance and* that 
they w^uld need help to finteh 
planting the remainder of the bulbs 
and help from the huslands to 
complete and erect a iMtivity 
scene at the Blfchwood entra^we. 

The Birth wood Garden Chft Is 
again epfjn.'.orlng a Cht Irtmas *ior 
decorrtttou content Dec. 21, and hj- 
viHn^ al| rttsidentsf of BInJiw«)d 
UwdpD^ and Biicliwood l''>jrMs to 
parUcljMtc In ope of the folbwHig 
Ihrw cksiies: Traditional, fe vou 
like It, awl the hiM:k door for c»il- 
drwi aige 6 to 12. Prize naoncy (or 
the cewtest Ls being donated by ihe 
Sob a go Cociructkm Co. 

Ttte Ciiri&liuaib. pn^ram wi^ pre- 
seated by several roemljeiii at tfie 
Cl^ Mrs. S, J. Perdue showed the 
m«iiher.«* hew t» make a ChrJBtma.H 
stdckirif tmm a coat hanger and 
a dbare ^1. Mr.s. John PWwler 
.Hhbwed how to nmke a Chffc«mas 
cart! U-ee twlng wood from a fclle 
to tQfm the shape of the trw Ifien 
|)atatt% It goW and pinning 
Cftibttita* cards to tht form. Mr}> 
rtiul CBtvallt't Jr. di»i-^ several 
wayt, of det-oralfng a brandy salftei- 
far Chrialmas and Hn;. C. B. 
Ftanfla demontitrated an arrao^e- 
tnHSt vrt^ ran^^ ylae wm^ ami 
Ai-eens. 




This is Sam's car. tt wouldn't start last 
Tuesday. 




This is the man Sam had to sec that 
morning... on impc^ant business, in a 
distant town. 




This is the fid^boir liiii called to ask 
for a ii<fe to the station. A friend in need. 




TWs is the phone Sam c^ed him on— 
anoriidr friend in need. It helped him 
catch an early tralft, and Sam was qo 
time at; his (very pt^U^) m^dg. 




This is Sam. 



A c^ur-ttyaklsg buii. Vm myi the shan't Mi 
tmi-tartita. *1&ltt»tt bm tune, it savet me 
<tottth. It saves m« olcers. Now I Ui^a mj 
plxme's wbrth Mgi-ttlui it cfAta." 










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14th Street ud Arctic Ctrclt 

HM«lM J. mamtm, PMtar 

•niiday VUmm Wtater, 8.-00. 9*^ 

anad lUN mm. 
tanmer, June l»:k thru labor 
tey. ?iM, SbOO, ^0. 11^ un. 
. aod l^S pjtt. 
atOf Gt^ 7300, 8-JO AJB. and 9^ 

epRtoa^MM. 4«0 ter 5^ and 7:00 

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_ Flfrt WwibiMidajr. 730 pjn. 

"•'I ^ Columhoi MeettagPtrat 

I tliird W«dnMd*y. 8300 p.m. 

^^ Vliyte SodalKy • f^uraday 

830§ pan. b«$fore tWrd Sunday 
nirtlan - Sunday 1K)0 pjn. or by 

appttotinent 
4dnlt iMtroctioa CUm • Tueeday* 

^0 pxa. 
Cata^lnn CIms for Children . lOiOe 

%o IIKIO Satiuday AJi. 

■BACHLAW!! lAPTBn 

CHAnsL 

(^^MMTtid by nudla Lyu 

Baptiat Ckardi) 

A«T. Blekard (£ Salwr. PMtlor 

Study QA 8-7137 

WJNDAY 

8:43 A.M.— Suw'ay School 
Mm A.lf^Wor8hip 

Nuraenr (^n 
(a«rvle«« hiM iB Coake Srhool) 

lUk ftreet 
Wi:pNESDAY 

7:30 P.M.--Sunday School Officers 
, and Teachers Meeting 

8»> VM^—Pnyer Service 
8:45 PJI.—Cholr Practice 
(SenrkM Krld in VVW Hall) 

19lh Btrvet 

BVERTONE IS INVITED TO 

K^ORSUIP WITH BEACHLAWN 



BhJmst CBtBCB 

JMi Stnat uid Arctic Avenua 
H. WadeU Watera, Paator 
itm ftja.~eiiBdny Seboot. 
11:00 fMDB<— IKmtac Woatyp. 
6:45 pjn.— Training Union. 
sm pjn.— Evening Worship. 



OHITBCB OV OOD 

030 14tli8trNt 
Xnak W. HiWMiM 

OatKte MoQate«. 
auBiay School Superintendent 
.0:00 AJ<.— Cluii^ Scliooi 
tl:00 AM.— Morning WordiJp 
7:M PM.— Ktrwdng WoxiLip. 
1M PM. TMnday — YJX 
f 'JO PM. Ttiaidv — Prayer Ser- 
vloi. 



Of the Ooed Shep l ie f * 

Atlantic and 18th Street 
■cv. Jeim a KcMar. Mbiialer 

«r. Mohtford Hlneltne, Ch. School 

Superintendent 

Mr. W. McKnlgbt. Asn't- Supt. 

0:46 a. m.— Churcli Sehonl and 

Adult BUik Claam. 
\VM a. 01.— Morninf Wonbip 

Ofunery tm wauM ehlldrai.) 
«:10 ». w. — Yousf Peopled 

UafOitr League 
t:00 p a^-^Pray«f and fltwty 



CHDKrH OF CSB18T 

15th Street and Baltic Av«mm 

Undiiev T. lUvas, Pattor 
Mmett "^rruaim. Sunday ScImhH 

dupertntendent. 
|I:4B ain.— «iinday School 
1:00 nm— Mornlni Worship 
«:30 pju.— P. A Service. 
7:30 p.a -SraiweUflttc Service 
<ltJ-week ae-rtce. 7:30 p.m. Wed- 
nMday 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
METH0DI8Y CHirRCH 

Meeting In the John B. Dey School 

Great Neck. Road 

K. J. Tayl»r, Paator 

Lee M. Myers, 

Church Schoiil Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worahlp 

(Nursery for pre-school aged 

children) 



IJltle (^e^ 
NOBTH8IINB TABEBNAOJB 

79M TaaBOpacm Rd. 

Bcir. llmaiie Alioi. Halar 

Rev. Ten Grinder, AaeL lN«t«i 

9:45 ajn.— Suiutey School. ' 

11:(N) ajn— llomliqi Worship. 

7:46 pjn.->Svenlng Worship. 

7:45 pjB.—Wedneaday ^ilsbt 



8sOO pjn.— Prayer Time. 

<UUCB mttTBUN CBOBOB 

Onst Heck %% BlUtop 
i^fimM A^Dcion. PMlr i 
H. T amSert Ujvs 

fc^M«fy aifh ffflt SwailiiiMMly** 
30:00 A. M<— anndasr flUieol. 
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i FIB8T 

PBiiffllYTBRIAlf CHURCH 

^<dflc Avenue at ^h Street 
Bnuy G. MatfUk, Paator 

James W, &itcheier 
Sunday School Supt 
^K. A. M.— Churdi School 
itO A. H.--Momliw Worship 
5*0 P. M.— Youth Fellowships 
0^ A. M^Tuea*^ Prayer Band 

; ' Women of the Church 
•*© A. M.-^ecbnd Wednesday 

' Executive Board 
H^ A. M.— Third Monday 

* Circles 5. 7, 8 

HfO P. M.— Third Monday 

* Circles 3, 4, 8 

Opo P. M.^Thlrd Monday 

. Circle 2 
i9» P- M— Third Wednesday 

« Circle 1 
lfi|» A. M.— Fourth Monday 

* Cancer Dressing Group 
U|0O A. M.— Fourth Monday 

; General MeetUig 



TEMPLE EVL%XUEI^ 

JSth and Baltic, Virginia Beach 
PhiJIlp RaManwit/, Habbi 

Paul Goldman, Reilgious 
Schools Superintendent 

7:30 A.M.— Services Mon.-Frl. 

6:00 A..M.— Services Sat. 

8«0 A.M.— Services Sun. 

8K)0 P.M.— Friday Evening 

' Worahlp 

THRIHTIAN HClEXtE 

SCK^IKTY 

OOP . £Oth Street 

11:00 a.m.— Church Service 
H:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
8:00 p.m.— 2nd-WedneiMlay Meeting 
All are cordlaUv welcome. 



LywahavrB 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Hoad 
Rev. ,B! J. Garret, Paatw 

Phone OY 7-0438 
9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 
6:30 pm. YiHith Felloimihlp 
8:00 p.m. lat. Wed., Official Board 
Holy Communion flr^ Sundyay trf 
each month. 



l ACT OCB AW YttW 
naWfTEKUM CHUMS 

Hlntb 8t As Pleanm Ave. 
■ B. AUM Bnmn. PaMw 

W. I. Alhnond. churidi Sdiooi 
, Superintendent. * 

0:30* ajn.— <%iuitii S^uxd. 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Worship. ' 

6:30 pjn. — Pioneer Fellowahlp. 

6:30 pm.-^aenlor Hi Fellowih^?. 

8:00 pjn,— Evening Worah^. 

6:00 pjn — ^Toesdaya, PeOovrtift) 

f :00 PA.— TuMda^. Prayei aer- 
^ and Bible Study. 

Ltttir CrnA 
AffilEMBLY OF OOD 

7948 Thompson Road 
3amen L. Alieii. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 

Tab McGulrif?, Sunday school 
Superintendent 
11:00 am.—Mornlng Worehip 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 
Wednesday Prayer Service. 

8 p.m. 

Tuesday W.M.C. 730 p.m 
Thursday 7:.30 p.m. VIslUtlon 

9 p.m.. Fellowship 



FBnwnX BAPTIST 




Aral Kmaei^, 




riAMONn SPRINGS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Dis<>lples of Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 

Nea- LltMe Creek Ferry 

John W. Johnaoa. Paator 

8:45 a m.— Church School, with 
cla.saes for all ages 

10:00 a.m.— Mornlnif Worship 

Church School for 
classes through Pri- 
mary III 

6:30 p.m.— Chi Rho Fellowship 

7.00 p.m.— Christian Youth Pel- 
lowship 



BETHEL METHODIST rHURCH 

Creeds 

Roger C. Snyder, Vaittne 

L. R. DIxoq, Chnrrh Hrhool Supt. 

10:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
11:00 'a.m.— Church School 



(«Mkar) 

ffBUEMIM MBBTIMQ 

LASKmaO. 

0:a AM.-aiinday flebud. 

11:00 AM.— liB0tii« for Morning 



Hie Vtrgiala Beach 
METHODIST (HrKCH 

18th Street near Atlantic 

Rev. Chariea O. Kidd, Pastor 

Aubrey N. Holmes, Church School 

Superintendent 
William T. KiUgrove. Minister of 

Music 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. All Age 

Groups. ' 
11:00 a.m.— Wor-shlp Service (Nur- 
sery for Children) 
630 p.m.— Senior and Intermed- 
iate Youth Fellowships 



, OCEAN PARK CHAPEL 

Du I^mt Circle, B^rakle. Va. 
C. Philip Tanner, Paator 

9:45 AM.— Bible School. 
11:00 A.M.— Momlns: Worahlp 
6:30 P.M.— Youth Time 
7:30 PM— Family Night Service 
10:30 AM. Tueeday — Women's 

Prayer Oroup. 
7:30 PM. Wednesday — Bilde 
Study and Prayo*. 



FELLOWSHIP B.*PTIST CHURCH 

41ft Glenrocl< Road., Norfolk 2, Va. 
Rev. Charlea T. Hendricka, Paatw 

Vernon S. TapUn. Church School 

Superintendei^ 
9:45 ajn.— Church School 
11:00 «jn.— Morning Worship 

7:.10 p.m.— Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Wednesday Prayer 
Servloea. 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

(Meeting in PrIneMa Anne 

High School) 
E. :nria Moshlw, Pastor 
8UNDAT SERVICES 

9:30 AM— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 
6:30 PM.— Tralnin? Union. 

7. T. HHott. director. 
7:45 PM.— Evening Worship. 
WEDNESDAY SERVICES 
In IliaUa Lynn Hall 
7:00 PM.— Officers and 

Teachers Meet. 
8:00 P.M.— Prayer Service 
8:45 P.M.— Adult Choir 
Rehearaol 



9:45 A.M. Senday School. 
ll:W) A.M Church rienrlce. 
8:00 PM. Bvangellstie Service. 
8:00 PM. Thurwtoy Prayer 
Service, 



BAPnST CBVBOB 

Lond(m Bridge. Ylrgtaia 
G. Bdwaf« Bathea. Paalar 

UcvA H. BMa^Y 
Sunday Sehort BaomrntmiaA 
8:30 a.in— Mormng WM«h^. 
9:46 ft4n>-8undi^ Scliooi. 
11:00 ajnJ-Mrantaff Wonti^. 
7:00 pjn.~-Train^ TJt^oo. 
6:00 pjn.— Bvenlnc Wonb^. 
WMJS. meets fiiM WednMd«y 
t0:se am 




MOUNTAIN NAMED 



FIINCESS ANNE COUNTY 



THE CHURCH OF CHBIS1 

Oceana Volunteer Fire DeiMfv ' 
mem Building. 
E. G. HEADRICK, Minister 
10:00 a.nL— 49unday Bible Stud} 
11.00 ajn^-MonUng W<H-ship. 
7 80 pm.— evening Worship. 
i»0 pjo.-- Wednesdav - BSris 



&%LILEE EPISCdPAL CHI'RTH 

40th and Factflc, G.A 8-3.->7,1 
fijs Ri-v. HklniBBd Rerfceiry, R^tor, 

the R?v. Emmanuel C. Bach, 

AMstant I 

1 Mr, J.. Douglas Hubard. 
SuJ>erlntendent of Church School 
8.-00 a.m.— Holy CommuntorA 
9.-00 a.m.— Family Service \r.d 
* Church School 

Sunday School and 

Nursery; 
H.C. on 4th Sunday in 
month 
11 w a.m. — Morning Prayer and 
Sumon; Nursen,'; 
\ H.C^m 1st Sundav in 

month. 
Thursday at lonw a.m. Holy Com- 
munion 

loao a.m. Laying* on 

of hands for the sick 

"" » " —_- 

Qipe Colony Cbb 
Blaster Point Night 
^puiers Named 

•^faster Point" bridge winners of 
tl^ Cap€ Colony Duplicate Bridge 
Club held la.st Thursday evening 
went iu>rth and j»uth: first place, 
Mr». Claud P. Brownlev Jr., and 
Mr». E. V. C^ulfleld: second place 
Capt. and M«. E. C. Raguet; third 
|>l«e, Um. Mabel Skipper and Mrs. 
Ca^e Wallw^ fourth place, Mrs. 
A. K. Mailhes and Mrs. O. G. Simp. 
so»>. 

Winners east and wert were: first 
place, Mr«. L. P, Mathias and Mrs. 
W.*H. Johnsen; second place, Mr. 
»»i Mrt. M. P. Camp; third place. 
Mrt John Anthony and Mrs. Hugh 
Mepmi fourth place. Mr«. Tom 
RoaMT and Mr«. Clay Williamson. 

Own* tl-we U 7:45 pm. Th* 
loujuamenf l« held ear-h Thursday 
under the dl-^ectlon of Mrs Anne 
Ellis at the Dtaws Motor Hotel. All 
bridyt pta^WB ta the ar^ mt 
t»rM^ tarttatf.. 



MOUNl OLIYB 

BAPTIST CHUBCB 

OEY. T. M. WALKER. Paster 

W M. M^van, Church Sohoo 

Boswrintendent. 
» SO ajn.— Church Schooi. 
I 30 ajn.- -Morning Worship 
T 30 pm — Evenhig Worthte 



BaysMe 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Ne4u- Robbina Comer 
A 1. E. JohoMn, Pastor 
■ D. Ney. Church School Super- 
intendent. 
9 45 ajn.— Sunday School. 
I 00 am.— Momi^ Wor^p. 
(Nursery far children.) 



Niaimo 
NETnOIiiST CHURCH 

Princess Anne. Vlntinla 

«rthw W. Ayeta. Pastor 

D. Murray Malbon 

Chur^ ScIxkM Superintendent 

10:16 am. Church School 

tl-l5 ajn. M(Hiiing Worship 



ST. MiARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana, Va. 
Rev. I). P. FcltoB, Pastor 

R. L. Gorden, Sunday Sohool Spt. 
Mrs. Evelyn Was?hlngton, 
Choir Director 
?'-30 am— Sunday School. 
11:00 aji^.— Worship Service. 

BAYSIIW BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Rbbbhu Oc»-ner, Bayside. Va. 
Second Floor. Overton's Market 
Box 367. Bayside. Va. 
. GUEST SPEAKERS 
Sonday School Snpt. Len^ie 
Bewden 
flunday School. 9:45 AM. 
Morning Worship, 11:00 AM. 
Training Union. 8:15 P.M. 
Evening Worship. 7:30 P.M. 
Wedrwsday ^ayer Service, 7:30 
P. Ji. 

THAUA METHODISl CHURCH 

Pine SI and Va. Beech Blvd. 
Rev. B. J. Garrett, Pastw 

Phone OY 7-0438 
Carl Tlgnor, Church School Supt 
9:45 am. Church School 
11:00 a.m. Morning Woi^hlp 
7:30 pm. Methodist Youth Fel- 
lowship 
6:30 p.m. Thursday. Junior Choir 
7:30 p.m. Thursday. Adult Choir 
8:00 pm. 2nd Weo., WSOS 
6S0 pjD. Third Tued M*>thod 



Haygeod Memof4al 
^ METHODIST CHURCH 

Route 1, Bayside, Virginia 
9:45 A.M. 8<jnd«iv School 
11:00 am.— Morning Worahlp. 
7:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 
8:00 ojn.— Bvenlna Worahlp 

Sot^it Meni««lal 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road Oceana. Va 
Bev. F. H. Strteb>, Paator 
Irvln Evans 
Churjih School Superintendent 
9:80 aJn.— Chuich School 
11:00 ajn.— Momlmr Wor*<p 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 
7-30 pm 8aturda,v— Int. Flwslip 
Nursery for all monUng abrvjces^ 



EHsiANinn. 

BPISCOPAl CHUfBCH 

KeaipaTUle 

Bee. Tayier IMUts. Bcetei' 

WlOiam Wood A Oarlai^ Taylor 

Church Seflbol Soperint^identa 

8:00 ajn. — ^Boly Ccmununkm. 

10:00 ajn.— Church S<d»xd. 

tl:00 ajn.— Morning Prayv Mid 

' Sermflo. 
M'Oa ajn.— Bdy Ocs«muakn wad 



MRTBODI8T CHUBCB 

Acred«le — KempevUIe 
Bav. A. P. BMMh. Paatar 

Prands Paxton 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 ajn.— Church S^Mxd. 
11:00 ajn.— Momit^ Worahlp. 
7:S0 pjn,— Youth Pdlovrii^ 




FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Fred M. Farias, Pastor 
Phones UL 5-3277— UL 3-1277 
Sunday— 

9:45 a.m.— Sun School. 
11«0 a.m.— Morning Worship, 

6:30 p.m.— Felldwshlp Hour. 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Services. 
Wednesday— 

7:.10 p.m. — Prayer Service. 
Naraery nwided for Bv«ry Servlee 



SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Aime. Vhvinla 
Arthur W. Avera. Paster 
B. L. Feirdl 
Chun* School Superintendent 
10:00 ajn.— Morning W(»«hi^. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
7:30 pm. Metlwdiat Youth Fel- 
lowship 



Ohwity 
MBTHOmST CHCBCn 

Back Bay. Vtr^nla 

Bev. Ledford C. Vaughsa 

Mr. Edward Williams 

Church School Superlnt<^n<ten* 

10:00 a.m.— Chur-di School. 

M -00 ajn.— Morning Woiship 



BAPTIST CHUBCB 

Route 3. Bos 3li7. Norfolk. Ya. 
Rev. A. B. Bloaat, Paatar 

W. H. Pierce 
Sunday School Superltendent 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
ll.-OO a.m. — Morning Worship 
6.-45 pjn.— Baptist Training Union 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship 

ASSEMBLY OP GOD 
Wnodlawn Ave. A «2nd 81 E«t 
Rev. Samnel D. Beller Jr^ Paator 

MdvUi L. Sidwell, P'tnOay School 

SupertP'>^fl nt 
10:00 am.— Church School 
11:00 am.— Morning Worship 
7:30 pm.— Evangellatle Service 
7:30 p.m.— Tuesday, Bible S^idy 
7:30 pm. — Thursday, Ohrirt'a 
Amhaasadota. youth awkw. 



BWfT'H GROVE 
METHODIST CHIRCH 

Princess Anne 

RoiPT C. Snyder, Pastor 

Herman MrClaaaB, Clinreh School 

Saperlntendent 

10:00 A.M.— Church School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Wor.ship 

CHBIS T WtE SBTTEBLIN 
CBUBCH 

^fslde %)ad and Aragona BlvH 

Herbert Danstrey. laterini Pastor 

Ray Jones, Clinrrb School Sopt. 

Worship Services. 10:00 A.M. 
Church School. ft^W and 11:00 A.M. 
PI( n-.-er Fe'lowxhip, 7flQ P.M. 
Senior High Fellowship. 7:;iO P.M. 



Virginia Beach 
rOM^Il XITY rHAPEL 

La.^kin Road, Lmkhorn Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Paxtor 

0:45 a.m.— Sunday School Classe.* 
11:00 a.m.— Children** Church 

7:.'10 p.m.—Ev'enIng Service 

(i:30 p.m.— Youth Service 
Wednesday — 

7::10 p.m.— Prayer A Bible Study 

KNOTT'S ISLAND 
METHODIST CUURCB 

Knott's Island. N C. 

James E. Hodgea, Mlai«ter 

K H Beasley. Sun&y Schotf 

SuperinteAdem. 
10:00 am— &mday School. 
tl:00 am —Worship Servl«. 



JT. GREGORY'S CATH^-LIC 

Chwreh 

R.»v. ItoMlan Abbatlrcuio. OAB. 

Ii%sats are held at lamp."! Barrt 
Roijln-nn Ctmpel op Kempsvllle 
Rd. 7:30. 9:30, 11 :M. 12: !8. 

Coia^m<mM we m SaUirday. 



LTNNHA\^N COLONF CHAPEL 

Oreat Neck Riwid nfear Ksore Or 

Rev. S. K. Enorian. Paster 

Mrs Eric Anderson. 

Suaday School Stflw'"^^^^'"* 

9:43 am— Sunday ichool 

10:45 am~Momlns Worship 

^>aver Me»*tinif W'»riii»<!(iftv ^ p m 

KAL.% rnrncH of christ 

Bark Bav, \'A. 
Gruf HartM>ll. Mint • 

Howard Morrl-. Supei •% 

of Sun. I ■ ' .(jj 

11:00 a.m.— \\Vr>;._p ana , ,r,\\ 

7.-00 p.m.— Sudv of Bible 
Youth Group (Gideon.s) meet 1st 
and 3rd Thu»day nights. 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Cenfr««ftt^naD 

Shore Orive and Green well Road 

Rev. G. Jollas Rice, pa«itor 

Gordon Houghson, 

Snndav School Superintendent 

0:4.") A.M. — Sundav School. 

W.m A.. M.— Worship Service. 

"- Calvary 

rRESBYTERIAN CH17RCH 

iiHrsfc Street. Olenrock, Norfolk. Va 

E. CroweU Ceolev. Paator 

T. H. Underwood 

Church School Supt 

9:»5 am.— Church School. 

11:00 am.— Morning WoT9hip. 

8:30 pm— What - Nota FteUow- 

ship. 
6:30 pm.— Pioneer Fellowrtilp. 
8:30 pm.— Your« People's Fd- 

lowshlp 
8:00 p.m.— Wednesday — Prayer 
meeting. 

0»k Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
Rev. H. Kncene ArrioKton, Pastor 

Floyd Taylor, 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 am— Church School 
11:00 am— Momins Wor*h> 
8:00 pm Evening Worahlp 
7-45 pm Wedtafsday - Praver 
and study period 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPH, 

(EpiscoiMd) 

««^ Henry C. BartOB. Jr., Seetor 

C D. ScuDt. Jr. 

Chtirch School ^fterin»»>ndent 
8 00 am - Holv Communion 
a 30 '»m--Fnmll.v Service aiR' 

MomliK Prayer 
'1.00 »m— MomtnB Pr«yer and 

*" m!r ' >ir>r 
•iiHiom vr>unt> Peiqile's P*! 

towshlp _^ 

a:Wl a.m.— Holy Dn^ — Boly 

CSCBBKBUOIL 



OUB SAY IOUB'S LUTHBBAN 
CHURCH 

Servtees at Baylake Plnea Sdiool 

Treaaurer lalahd ft Sbon Drive 

(1 mile east of Bayalde. Vs.) 

KINNETH B. CABBAUOH. 

PASTOB 

Herbert R. Andeiaon 

Church School Superhitendent. 

9:00 am.— Sunday SchodL 

10:00 am.— Wurshlp Service 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHUBCB 

Rt. 1. Box 63B, Bayside, Va. 
Rev. Beverley D. Tneker, Jr. 

Robert L. Beale, Church Sdiool 
Superintendent. 

9:45 m.— Church Schocd. 

%.M am —Holy CommunUm 
11:00 am.— MonUng Prayer 

7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 

7:30 p.fh.— Evening Prayer. 

Tab«maele 
METHODIST CHmiCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Bev. Charles K. BfaOoek. Mlalstcr 

H. R. Meredith 
CInirch School Superintendent 
9:45— Church 8cho<d 
11:00— Morning Worahlp 
7:0ft— Methodic Youth Fellow- 
ship 
WSX:s. 1st WednMtfaiy following 
3rd Sunday, MetlKMliat Moi^ Club 
l8t Monday of each Month 7:30 
nm. 



LYBINHAYBK 
PBBSBYIVBIAN OffUBCB 

Lynnhaven VUIafe 
Bev. Bsymwid C. mtton. Partor 
Groiwr SwlndeD. C9rarch S^hk^ 

ftipffintendeai 

XOM aJa.^-Ciwfeh Sefaool 

tlKW amMormng Worahv. 

6:30 pmjnnith FeOoi^Ulp. 

6:M pm.— Pioneer Pkllow^iyF 

7:80 OBI.— Bv«ilng Wonhlp 

ST. JOH?rS B.APTISPr CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court Hou»e 
Rev. W. X. „Todd 

(Pastoral Supply* 
P. Oreiwry 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
tlOO a.m. — Morning W-orshlp 
nno p.m.— B. T n. 
Women's Missionary Union meet* 
fli-st Wednesday. .WM a.m., after 
first Sunday. 

Nursery. Primary A Intermediate 
departments meet at 10:00 



Not one of these, certainly! They're here today, 
gone tomorrow. We'd glaJy lend our names to a 
timelesa peak like Everest — not to a heap of shift- 
ing sands rolling before the desert wind. 

Of 'a>urse, we have to identify ourselves with 
many a transitory idea and institution. We are busy 
niMt of oar days just trying to keep -op with this 
ever-changing world ... 

•But our deeper self gropes for the Eternal! 
God understands this yearning. He breathed it 
into our s<mi1s. 

A voice crying in tlM wilderness . . . across the 
shifting sands ... of the TRUTH and LIFE that 
are ETERNAL. 

And God answers it: In Christ! In Scripture! 
fn the voice of a neighbor inviting you" and your 
family to Church. 



C^VMSW IK*. JCwMw 44r. Swr#«, 



TMC CMUBCM FOR AI.U 

ALL FOR THE CHURCH 

The Church U chc gteiteM factor on 
eanh for the building of character and 
good citiienihip. It it a atorehouac o( 
tpiriiual valuei. Without • afrotig 
Church, neither donocracy not civiliia- 
tion cart aurvive. Thcra arc four aound 
reatoni why every perion ihould at- 
tend icrvicci regularly and aupport the 
Church. They are: (1) For hl« own aake. 
(2) For hi* children'! sake. (3) For the 
aake of hia community aiul nation. (4) 
For the a«ke of the Church itwlf, whicfi 
necda hi* moral and material aupport. 
Plan to go to church regularly and read 
yout Bible daily. 



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Book 



Sunday Matthew 

Mcndajr Paalma 

Tueaday laaiah 

WedneMajr John 

Thuraday Onnia 

Friday John 

Saturday Juha 



Chapter Vttiu 

7 24-29 

90 1-2 

64 4 

10 27-30 

1 26-28 

10 14-lt 

i 10-17 



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THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IN THE INTEREST OF THE CHURCH IS SPONSORED BY 
THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS 

NIXON ELKTRIC 

ElMtrical Contractofs— General Repairs 

Hovse, Commercial Wiring — Ligltf Fixtonies 

606 • 17th Sheet, ,Va. Beach— Phone GA S-3711 



R. L. GARRINGER 

Wholesale Meats and Provision; 

Distriltutors Kraft Food Producw 

2446 Vbginia Beach Bmilevard 

TelephoiM MA 7-5398 Norfolk. Va. 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
& ELKTRICAL SUPniES, INC. 

Plumbing and Heatii^t Coatoacton 

Weadaghowe Appliances 

Phone: Day 2660 A 2678 _ Ni^t 2663 

Princess Anne 

OCEANA CURB MARKET 

Fresh Frails and Vc^taUca 

Grocefks and Meats 

nam GA 8-1691 Oceana, Va. 

VA. BEACH AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 

Eviflmdc Motors — Automotive Parts 
Phone GA 8-6556 
820 • 17th Street 

CAVALIER GARAGE 

JOHNNY DUDLEY 

Olrecdy B^iad Hotd 

IndqwadenUy Opiated 

IMly Rd. A Cavalier Dr. 

Dial GA 8>2I31 Viiglnia Beach 

BRINKLEY'S SHELL SERVICE 

"Friendly Service ptas Qoalitjr Products" 

31st Street and Baltic Ayenac 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virglaia Beach 

KELLAM & EATON, INC. 

Building Sophies 

"Hcadqurtcrs For Yoar Needs" 

Princess Anac Phone 2661—2672 

RUSSELL & HOLMES 

Yonr Ne«^ Eirioged Shoe SMok 

"Where Shon*« b a nsasoae* 

1908 Atlantic Avcaie Vtagtaiia Beach 

GA 8-4301 

HOLT BUICK COMPANY 

Saks— Sovkc, Bo^ ud F«^ Wofk 

tttt Stntt mi raei^ Avcane 

Telepbone GA 8-2132 

ISU OF CAPRI 

FINE ITALIAN POOD 

nfittfe DMv Itoeai 

PhoM Ua Yo« Tela Oat OHmt 

GA 8-3831 Vliilnia Bcadi 

. MURDEN DMIGCO. 

Proaqit FfRcicM Pleaor^tfan S^vW 
PhoM GA 8-7579 Londw kU^. Va. 

W. W. JOHNK^ ft SON 
INSURAI^E AGB4CY, INC. 

Alilt^—F1KS~A<'r«DF.Vr— MARINE 

Coae} to Coast Claim Servke 

M07 Psdfk Ave, Mom €A 8-3641 



23rd Stieet 



SEASIDE MARKET 

Telephone GA 8-9313 

Virginia Be<>ch 



JAFFE'S 

FASHI(»^ CLOTHF5 

none GA 8-5271 

3010 At^tic Avemie — Virginia Beach, Va 

W. A. WOOD OIL CO. 

Commis*<ion Agent 

ESSO ST,\M>ARI> OIL CO. 

Fuel Oil and Kerosene 

Dial GA 8-3385 

FIRESTONE SALES & SERVICE 

, Route 58 at Oceana, Va. 
Dial GA 8-5023 
'Hlic Sooth's Smallest Firestone Dealer" 

KELLAM & EATON INSURANCE CO. 

Real Estate — Rentals — Insurance 
3113-Pacaric Avenoe — Tel^hone GA 8-916J 

ROSE'S S-10-25C STORES, INC. 

309 - 31^ St. A 1901 Atlantic Avenue 
Your Shiqw^ Centw 

JAMES PHARMACY 

Free Delivery 

ftompt pick up Service on Pmcriptftms 

At Hifltop Phone GA 8-4424 

OCEANA DRUGS 

Tei^booc GA 8-6464 
Vh:^da Beach Bool^ard at Oceana 

BE-CO SUPERMARKET • 

30th Street A Arctic Aveone 
Viighte BMch 

MARTIN'S AUTO BODY WORKS 

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 

Wrecker Scrvke 24 Hoars 

GhKs Cnt A lidded — Corv^ WimbUe^ 

St^tt Tiiipif lion 

Phone GA 8-4591 - Nite GY 7-4619 — Ocesm 

ATLANTIC 
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

ONE - i?OL'R CLEANERS 

297 ■ 2lrt SI. at Pacific 

PbMc GA 8-1525 

EMRHAE FCHID 

FORD and ITALIAN FIAT 

4a6 ■ 17th Si. atei Bivsidj on Rt. IS** 
Te^Aunc G.A 8-6232 




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_ Dye in 
Fall of 1961 

Natlmwide telephone diaJIng, a 
Wg ftep forward. 1$ coming to the 
Tidewater area. Direct DisUnce 
totaling (ODD) of Long Distance 
calls will become available In the 
fail of 1961 acrording to an an* 
nouncement made today. 

Telephone subscribers in Norfolk, 
Portsmouth, Suffolk, Whaleyvllle 
and Virginia Beach' will have mR- 
lions of tile nation's telephone* *t 



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U^T— Ooubte liey rteg; taitlal 8. 
3 white keys a»d 4 toMii li»|*a. 
J. D. Bowers GA 8-^^ 13-1041 



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VIRGINIA: 

At the regular meeting of tlM 
Bdard of Supervteorg of Princ«M 
Anne Cpunty. to be htld in the 
Supervisors' room of the Clerk's 
0«lc*. on JloMa^, DwanttlMr 21. 
imt, at ten e'ctock A.M., peraoni 
will be heard for or afkinst th« 
proposed ordinance to enlarge the 
Kempgvllle - Lynnhaven M<»q(iito 
ConfrolDlatricte to inclu^ 



♦h-i- f«r,«,rHn» MTU .u r P*'""! 1: All et the property 

their fingertips. When the new bounded on the northeast by Hoi 



^ulpment Is activated, customers 
will be able to dial direct Long 
Distance calls without the assist- 
ance of an operator. 

At the monthly meeting of the 
C&Pa Board of Directors held on 
November 27, an amount of $3,- 
539,000 was approved to install the 
special equipment necessary in pro- 
viding DDD fix)m the Bute Street 
building. It Is expected that this 
project will Involve some $8,170,000 
in order to furnish Direct Distance 
Dialing for Virginia's largest city 
and the nearby exchanges. 

Through the magic of DDD, it 
will take only a few extra pulls 
of the dial to reach millions of 
telephones ttl eorfUnental United 
States. UimM^iy cii^ls wiU be 
dialed to piarts of C^nacfa. Patti^ 
Rico, Ibwal! SKua Atit^tm. At pres- 
ent. ther% »re sptm W6 dlffeN^ 
three-dlgft codes ma^ed to the 
various areas wRhfn the Unttod 
States and Canada. Foi- example, 
a call to Baltiiftore would he com- 
pleted in thl8 manner: The area 
code foj- Maryland — :k>l is Unt 
dialed, then the next two letters 
and next numlwr Identify the com- 
munity and the central office. The 
last four numlxMs ai-e for the par- 
ticular telephone in a community. 

Both bu.slnes.s and residence 
custcaners will have the new serv- 
ice but person-to-person calls will 
still require the assistance of an 
operator. 

The present building addition 
now under construction at C&P's 
Bute Street central office building 
will double Us existing floor space 
and will ttouse the intricate equip- 
ment required to furnish DDD. The 
building addition is five stories 
hl^. 

The over WJ million DDD project 
In the Tidewater area is one of the 
large.st ever undertaken by the 
C&P. 

Norfolk will be a Primary Oatlet 



and Swamp Road No. 027; on the 
South by Rosemont Road No. 64^ 
on the east by the Old Norfolk an4 
Southern Railroad right of way 
(Kempsville Branch) !ilc1udln|^ 
also, a strip <rf land 200 feet deep 
along the southslde of Rosemont 
Road No. 646 from the old Norfolk 
and Southern RallrcMid right of 
way (Kempsville Brmch) east to 
the intersection of Holland Swamp 
Road "So. 627. 

Parcel 2: AU of the propertv on 
both sides of Holland Swamp Road 
No. G27 for a depth of 2 TO feet 
from the intei-section of Rosemont 
Road No. 646 for a distance of i 
mile southeast along Holkad 
Swamp Road No, C27. Including, 
also, a strip of land 200 feet deep 
along the southslde of ^aemont 
Road No. 646 from the intersectton 
of Holland Swaix)|! Road No. 627 In 
fn easterkr 4Hrtft^|&* to^ihe road 
m^^ |o,^^*PriQ^j Anne 
hi area. 

Kert^vUfe ^■ilB , ,_,.-_- 
vme AMI Cotfrtfe.i»|iM«'tBe said 
geif coMiw to a jrii^%pQsite the 
to^sectten of Srtem'Road No. 634, 
«Sia til the pi-operty as sliown on 
the plot of Lark."5pujr. ■ • ^ 

Parcel 4: AH ofHhe prpfiei^ to 
the east and «wtiM|itKQ|^Mi«dale 
bordering of Indian^ver Road 3 
603 and ijelng known as the 



•d on tJie H^h by mr^tfft 8I«^ 
BotileTant; «i tfle ^•tlt^ tmJtA 
Itoad4 on the SoirtM W Mlt JiMtf» 
Hoad aod <he«Mlio^ IMgMMtf 

CNatrtet mm ma Mi.«« ^pMt m 




No. 



^ 



'*m the nationwide Dii-ect Distance 

iallng network and w^tkhf^e tke 

fcpssary swltchlag ^uipfiieiW to 

ve 0»e, Tld^wat^ ana «s;- 

changesl^ ,-* J ^ ^^ 

The Board of ^JDIreeto^ .^T ffii 
C&P' approved afloca^ofts to m 
various districts in Ife op*ratlng 
territory as follows; Culpeper -<- 
$51,100, Newpoit New! — fc,7«ID, 
Norfolk — $3,5&3,200, Richmond— 
$1,365,200, Roanoke— $ld»,900 and 
$130,500 for the Virginia area sub- 
urban to Washington. The total 
appropriation amounted to $5,351,- 
600. 



Parcel 5: A strip of land 200 feet 
deep lying along the east and west 
sides of the Kempsville Road No. 
166 from the Intei-sectlon of Indian 
River Road No. 003 in a .^mth- 
westerly direction for a distance of 
1 mile. 

Parcel 6: A strip of land 200 leet 
de«j> lying along the iollithsld* of 
Indian River Road No. 803 from 
the property line of tlw subdlvitioo 
known as Woodstock westerly to 
the intersection of New Provldlhce 
Road No. &i2. 

Parcel 7: A strip of land 200 feet 
deep on ^th «ldes of Hi^iway No. 
805 from^the Intersection of Indian 
River Road No. 603 in a qorth- 
a»stqi;Jy 4lfectlon fw ». distance 
of I jMfe *lso along the east side 
ofjilghlia^^.No. a05 from the Inter- 
J^Pftwi 4f Indian River Road No." 
Icr tfie Norfolk County Line. 



OmuI Umm 9aU m^fitrv »w. 
i>ttecl S: All tto pni|W^ knml- 
«4 on t}» Mrtli k» iMi iuiAi af 
Bell. nM^Nshm of laknrleir. aad 
property now «r formerly owned 
by th* Virgfeala Bmm EltMtti 
OommiiMlcm; cm tlM E^ tar the 
tfWTM <4 Owla Cra^ wd tte 
Kerthtra line ^ (^mp Pen41»ti«: 
awl on the Wttt by Uie S««tack 
Boid. 

I^ui!«l 6: AU ttet fmiptmtf Bowid- 
ed on (he NcMth by Lake Ructoe 
Mid Radee IM«^ en the EAst toy 
the Atlantie Ocean; on the lB<Nith 
by the NonMem line of Camp 
Pendleton; and on the W^t t^ 
Owls Creek, to Include the sub- 
divlston of RudM K^^ GraMaa 
Batcta md OtMtan Beaeh (famwr- 
ly Ctautuif* by the Sea). 
A d^o-'Vesle: 
SOmi V. FENTRS^ €l«rk. 
By: MARY M. WHITE. D. C. 

12-10^2t 

TRvsnara iAus 

I*ursuint to the terms Of a certain 
deed of trust to P. W. Acklss, 
Tru.-Hee, dated the 11^ day of 
January, 1963. Md rec«*ded In the 
Clerk's <mice of the Circuit Court 
of Princess Anne County. Virginia, 
in Deed BocMc 318. p«g« 564. <ieteutt 
im^i^ bc«n ntfde ift tSie payment 
of the d^t therel]^ aeeiffed, and 
at the request of the creditor 
secured, the undersigned Trustee 
will sell at public au^lon for 
<»ah. at the City Hall. 2mh Stre^ 
and Arctic Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Va.. on Dteceraber 18, WS», at i2iOQ 
Aoim, the following property, to- 
wife 

An undivided tw04h&^ bltofest 
in and to aH that oih^ln t»ivei orf 
land, with tke buHdin^ tber«on. 
lying in Priaeess Amie Cowitjr. 
Ptawn IfagfMerial DW^iet. Stkte 
<a VlriMa. and c<H)t4taiiig aboii^ 
«ne (U a«re, being bo«Mbd o«i 
tbe North by WMte^s kMBd; on the 
East l^ the MMn Morse's Point 
Road; on the gtouth and West by 
the l«nds of WMte. 

TERMS OF 8ALE: CASH. 
P. W. ACKISS, Trosftpe. 

12-10-lt 

"' ' - ' ■ ' ' ■ ■ • "ii ii» ' II '11 - 

eommoMrmlth of Tlll^te, 

m ilie €l«Hi'a Of0ee «t |he Ciratft 

emn «f th« ciMBity m Vitmttm 

Mute, oi Ike 401 d^ of BMmriber, 



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Ii m» Qtaf|% •MeSotSeClrvaM 
m «Im ttpdiiir «l KoreMwr, 

mc. CROWH, Plaintiff, 




MILDMBDA. EI^L^ fcdHKK, Inf., 

Plk^lttf I. . mMKt 
DONAIA 11. mmmr^ Dermdaot. 

The object of U*i suit is to obtain 
a divorce a virtesift nwtrtiBiontt 
from ttie said defctiiant, ttpoti the 
gnmnite of desertion. 

And an af^daytt having been 
made and «Md tint tlie defendant 
Is not a rmident of the State of 
Vti^nfa.The Idlit known* past office 
address being 1117 We-st Division 



(it^«tilttat««M^ 
« mmm a mMp IMrtmaM 
f«lik m irt* i trt i i i aBn t. apmUm 

nmi$ and im ^t ^ MiifliTil 
m #t a Mttnt «L tM 9Sp 

addNtfi ftgMw 487 WeiMv^ Ave.. 
N<»««. V&Mb. but flMr the u«- 
dwtl^Md rnkti^ «|tk that to tti* 
bcM M h«- ieiw%rMtte he k a non- 
reMdent ot ^ fMe of nrjmik 
It te or^red that ht fh appearhiN 
«^Un «M (m <tays after Mi 
publloMlm feared, and do wfcM 
may be MtpMUiry to ^^c^eet hhi 
intorntt m m» sMt. 
A _ 

V. rtrnttm^ Clerk 
,UAMY U. WHlft, D.C. 

3U|>i^Avemie 

VMgtett B^ch. VtoflnUi U4^ 

'ma tl9im, that j^iH^HeM It « 

o| 9upmimi* «f Pmmm Amm 
C^NM^y siMrfl at Its rc^linr mast- 
ing to be held on the 17th day of 
January, 1960, at 2flO pjn. In the 
Supervisor's Chambers, Princess 
Anne Courthouse, Virginia, hold a 
hearing for the purpose of acting 
upon the Petition of Hubert C. 
Gray, Jr., and R. Glover Miller, 
which Pftitton requests that the 
following portion of an unnamed 
street shown upon the plat of 
"Little Haven," recorded In the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of Prtncens Anne County in Map 
Book 21 at page €5, be closed, to- 
wit: 

An unimproved road or right of 
way, 50' In width and approxi- 
mately 550' in length, lying between 
the Seuthwe^em line of Site 20 and 
the Eastern Itne of Site 19, as 
shown upon said replat of "Little 
Hawn"; the portion sought to be 
closed behig the Northern segment 
of that certain circle upon said 
plat, s^OAvn to enclose Site 24, -as 
shown herM>n. 

HENRY L. LAM, Attorney 
Prlncfess Anne, Virginia 

12-10-2t 



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0M% tPft «l iMi OraiM 
ot i Mnaf t kum vm^, mi 
BTdMbsi. $ttm, 

u. nmiftA. o>i^^kinMit 

ntet^^^ tMaauft la for tiM 
Vomjl^um to obtala I dlv^va 
A IWMto MatrimMU h^m tt« 
d#M*Q( v#n €t» 
ymvl dMarUoi and 

4M tMlkum M^hi iaan cbade 
(Mt ttie ditiiMlim Jw pumm, Jr.. 
H Mt a NrihlaBt «f m Itett of 
. N hi MP^y N^wta«d 1^ 
trMMn «ai| j^ «^ ^ 

%e ftetaet his UAwmL 



* M. WHITE, b<;. 

aih. fkt^m il-lMt 



2-bedroom unfumMied hmise. 1^ 
per n«Mth yMr^ rahtiU. CMl 
any d«e OA Mm. Jtf-104t 






lee? ^Kdfie A»*. — Unfurnished 
itmm, t hN^«Rnt. UMAg 

fiom. All el«Me klt^M. te^id 
a^ yar4 tMtm mtMkmt and 
vaaMn 1^^ Newly 
MslA^. 1^1 «A M730 <n- 
9-Vm. $75.00 month, n» 
arouad. i^M'lt 

dGEANA—Unfumlat^ 2-)NMto««in 
house, ftow furnace, lai^ m. 
Amteble now. Also nice elM|i 
i4«Mn furnished apM'tmmt. OaU 

m. Mm, la-i^ 




New and used furniture tot sale 
or rent at tba Barjpdn Batawr tti 
Oceana. "Bti^ and Sell with Unele 
BlU." Ifervhandlse of aU kinds. 
Also rei»li« to btcyctea, biwn 
mowers, outboani motors. If U 
don't work see "Pm Wee" llison. 
He'U fix it. THE BAaOAIK 
BAZAAB, Courthouse Road» 
Ooeana, Va; Phone OA ft-70^ 

f-34to 



C^le Hmmc at FMMaM 
j<eote 818. Six roMM. ba^ 
«n. pantry, utflf^ mom, 
ysr4 sha^ \rtH, AMlr M^ 
nMrter, Plaasant Rt^ ^^t>- 



MNNiSH&Am. 

ftHtum 



rOR RENT — furnished s^i' 
ment and 2-bedroom &Ml^, 
electrically equifl^>«d. Apply ttOfi 
Holly Road. Phone GA " "~ 
The Muan CottagM and A| 
menta. li-i&m 



taielufling # strip of land 200 feet Street, Chicago, Illinois, It Is order- 



CONSTIPATED? 

Medical reports $trow 
how ftlks over 3S c»i 
regularity 

A^r SS. irregularity often be- 
caiillS a j^^em. What you need is 
iS iai iMi dwi aids nature and helps 
gMttrntmihriii'. Such an aid to 
r^p^i^ k^ daily use of seauTAN. 
Here's *e*eide*id«>«: A group of 
men sad wonefi wok sESirrAN dwly 
under mediari supvvtuoin. In case 
after case serotan. teken daily, 
bdped establish regtOarity. So, for 
real relief from conaiiation after 
3$, uy SERUTAN, pow(^ or panidar. 

SERUTAN 



ilg^p pi b(Ah sides of Highwav No 
#3 h^ tie Inters^Uon of High- 
way lib. 905 for a distance In- a 
southeaster direction of i mile. 
&¥lfl*HAVEa^ DISTOICT 

ftircel 1: All that property bound- 
ed on the North by the upper 
reaches of Wolfsnare Creek, North 
of Wolfsnare Road; on the East by 
Mill Dam Road (Highway 615); on 
the South by Laeddn Itoad; on the 
West by London Bridge Road 
(Highway 632) and all of the prop- 
erty as shown on the plat of Wolf- 
snare Plantation, tynnhavefi &m- 
trict. 

parcel 2: All that propefty boiutd- 
ed on the North ' by he. i^i^ 
reaches of Buchannan t^reek 4e 
Little Neck Road: on th4 Em 9f 
Little Neck Road and 4he Mb. 
division of BeUe Haven; on the 
South by Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard, and on the West by the sub- 
dlviston of Birchwood Garden.s. 

Parcel 3: All that promi^y bound- 
ed (m the N<Mth pf Vl^la Beach 
Boulevard; «i the ^m by the 
Eastern boundai-y of Princess Antw 
Plaza; on the feouth by the Lynn- 
haven-Seaboard |yb^MeiE|al District 
line; on the West ISf t|ie Keraps- 
ville-Lynnhavcn Ma|^JN&-ial Di» 
trict line. 

Parcel 4: All that property bound- 



ed that he do appear here within 
te*i (10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect his Interest In thte 
suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 
, JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: MARY M. WHITB, D.C. 
Parsons, Stant, Parsons 4 Simpson, 

p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 12-10-4t 




Your FAMILY 
and Guests 
will enjoy 
the Fine 
Atmosphere^ 
and Good 
Food 
at the 

Normandie Cafetei^ 



TRltBTlEBil MldB 

Pursuant to the termi o* a certain 
dfed of trust to i^. W. Acklss, 
TVustee, dated Uie 1st day of Sep- 
tember, 1951, and reoD^ded in the 
Clerk's Office ot the Circuit Court 
<o| Princess Anne County, Virginia, 
^ Deed Book 423, page 332, de- 
fault having been made in the pay- 
ment of the debt thereby !«cure<^ 
and at the request of the creditor 
secui*d, the andcrsignefl Tioi-stee 
will Hell at pul)lic auction for caHh, 
at the City Hall, 20th and Arctic 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, Va„ on 
Dec«iUjer IS. J9.'J9, tA 12K).'> p.m.. 
tbf tollowing property, to-wit: 

Ail that certain lot. pleas «* 
parcel of land, with the building 
and improvements thereon, lyin^. 
being and situate in the Oiunty of 
Princes-s Anne, State of Virginia, 
and known, numbered and desig- 
nated as Lot -Numler Twentv-four 
(24), and hoiOided and described 
according to a plat entitled- "Plan 
of Olive Heights Annex, No. 1, 
located in Heatack — Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, Scale: 1" equal* 
.TO' September 22, 1044. W- B. Gal- 
liqi — County purveyor", said plat is 
duly recorded in the Clerk's Of- 
fice of the Circuit ftourt of Prin- 
cess Anne County, In Map Book 
17, page 72, reference to which Is 
hereby made ior a more partiduiar 
description ther^f, 
TERMS OF SALE: CASH. 
P. W. ACKISS, Trustee. 

12-lO-lt 



shouhng and iusinbsmcn's 
WOKOAY iwk:hb>n 



650 



DAIL Y awl SUMIAY DmKEltH .OO 

BREAKFAST SERVED t>MJf 
FROM 730 TO 1 1 :30 



■^ 



Shop m Wsw* in j^Mwiif dowi^own Vif)^ MA 
M^ enjoy yowr m#«l wifli us. ^ . - 

NORMANDtE MHT^l 

ai18 ATUNTIC AVI 



ConnioBwealtli of Vli^flata, 

IB tlie Cierk'M Office of Uie Circuit 

CoBrt <a the Connty of PriBcem 

Abse, Mi tbe 1^^ dajr of BTovember. 

It39. 

iC^iiPIt Or^udnv, Plaintiff, 



OomnioBweaith vi Virglaia, 

la tbe aerk's Office of the Orcalt 

Court of the Coantjr of PriBcetts 

.4nae, <» the l^rd day M November, 

1990. 

THADOEUS P. SULEaC, Plaintiff, 

against 
VIVIAN 1X)RRAINE SULEK. 

D^endaAt. 

OHler of PabticatlOB 

The <K^t of this Suit is to obtain 
a'dfyorce A Mensa fctb Thoro to be 
merged Into a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said defendant 
upon the grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit haying been 
been tnade and filed that the de- 
fendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
ppst office address being 903 Vlr- 
^la Avenue, Cumberland, Mary- 
land. It is ordered that she do ap- 
pear here within ten (10), days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what m^ be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest In tbis siilt. 
A C<^y— Teste; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 
By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard Q. Brydg^i, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia fieach, Virginia ll-19-4t 

Com mwa wealth of VirglBia. 
IB Uie Cierfc's Office of the Circuit 
Coart ot the Coanty ot Process 
Ahae, ou Uie ZM day ot November, 

DtANNB MARIE AMBROSE, 
PlalnUff. 

JdMNMAHLON AMBROSE, 
Defendil^t. 

^4tr ot Pabiication 

The <rt?|ect of this suit Is to obtain 
a divorce a vlncuh) matrimonii 
frpm the said defendant, upon the 
iM^Afls of dcstertion. 

And an aAidavIt having tjeen 

made and filed that the defendant 

Is rw)t a rphident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known po.st office 

addl^ss being rma Kalmler Drive 

Orlando, ♦"lorida. It Is ordered that 

he do appear here within ten (10) 

days aftor due publication hereof. 

and do what mav tw neceiwjarv to 

protert his Intw-est in thin suit." 

A C^y— t^SHte: 

JOtlS V. FE.VTIiK.HS. Clerk 

By: MARY M. WHITE. DC 

Parsons, Slant, ParsoAi & Mlrman, 

p,q. 
B«rd ot Tracte Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 12-3-4t 



te *» Qeif% fl«nee ft Ue Onwll 

mm ot |be OsMty «f mmm 

fap.a^ttettrdii^etltov^Ae». 

tttn^iWC. Lde»]^ ftkUtttt, 

atalfMt 
PATRICK LOCHER, Defendant. 
(Mtor ^ I%MlcaUoB 

The obpect of this suit Is to obtain 
a divorce A Mensa Et Thoro to be 
later merged Into a Divorce A 
Vinculo .Matrimonii frMn the said 
defendant ujJon the grounds of 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the St^e of 
Virginia the last known poet office 
acWa-ees being Rd.k. Mars, Pennsyl- 
vafAa, it Is ordered that he do 
appear here with ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Interest In this suit. 
A O^jr— 'Teiite: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHITE. DC. 
Richard Q. Rrj^lges. p.q. 
3113 I^dfic Avenue 
Vli^niA Beach. Virginia 12-34t 



By ow»e^-4 bedniwia, M*far^ib 

with all ei 

elWMWa dA i-l9fi 





Mr 

lor Realty. Pacific and SSth 
St GA 8-7421. OA* »4«07, QA 
84^80; day Mr aimUn«. 
7-i04fa 

• MISC FOR SAU 



BUSINlSi SSRVICBS: Saetrie 
C%aln flbwa. floor sandera, wax- 
«n. belt aandei% power mowers, 
power tUtan, fertilizer spreatt 
en, seeden, lawn roUen. post 
iMde diiEgnv A aereators. C^l) 
OA 84222. Fuel, Feed & Build^ 
isg Suppliea. Inc. IXT. 6^1 

QUSmiSS SimviCES: Busttaai 
service. Hoover Vacuum Clean 
er. Sales & Servi<^ Prompl IV 
Sclent repairs. Hck up hUd dA> 
very. Phone GA 8-4222 Fuel 1^^ 
& Building SuppUeib Hoe. OA 
8-1963. ♦•17-«n'^ 



Comptetdy ftvnlAM apartnuHBte 
All utlmies, heat, Ilnena. |a^tor 
service. ReMonable prl^s. CIlU 
GA dWm. 12-I8*ata . 

" Ill . ■ I II . j.<il H i ii ':« II. 1 ' S 

One bedroom duplex hou^, ijaBown'* 
able, la hf»rt of town. Alatf }KM!l ;;4 
roooM avl sj^u-teients. Qre^^* 
wood Hotel, GA »«ri3. 



• FOR ma 



Office space 14x32 foot, ovw pru- 
ent office for rent. Dial CMLrden 
8«221 or OA 8-7103. lOS-ttn 



Hospital bed. exceptionally nice, 
solid nuiple. Reasonable, Dial 
GA 8-(j830. 12-10-lt 



TELEVISION— R.C.A. portaWe 17- 
Inch. 4 months use. excellent con- 
, dltlon, $73. Call GA 8-10125. 

12-ia-U 



OenuMKweiMfc of Vlfi^nia, 
IB the Clei>k% Otflee ef ttie Otreait 
OsoKi ot (he Coaaty ot FMaeesa 
^Mie, oh tte llted di^iai NovMMer, 

EDWARD F. SHAVE, Plaintiff 

against 

ROSEMARY M. SKA\1J, Defendant. 
Order of Publication 

The object of this suit Is to obtain 
a divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from te said defendant, upon the 
grounds of dewrtlon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of t^e State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being 657 Crane Street. 
Schenectady 3, New York, It Is 
ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after duel 
publication hereof, and do what' 
may be neces^ry to protect her 
Interest In this suit , 

A Copf—Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cl«*. 

By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard G- Brvdges, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 1M9-* 



Fireplace wpod for sale, round or 
split length. Phone Princess Anne 
2917. ia.3.at 



FOR SALE— Good top soil, flU and 
di-iveway dirt, sand, clay. De- 
livered or loaded on your tnick. 
l^nc Prin^^»ss Anse 2397. W- 
nidy. 648-tto 



dectroAlc paris. Nuftal tUxfk 
tubes, restetora. aOiMJtxumn, 
iy>eakera, aihpllfiers. itadtea, iiir 
teima jparti. derttee dlsoouhta. 
m^ TV. London Bridge #$• 



l^|MlOObODS 



Suites of furniture and odd lots of 
sofas, chairs, tables, bed, etc. 
Also stove, refrigerator all in 
good condition. Priced for quick 
sale. Herriott Motel, 17th S^et 
and Oceanfront. Can -be seen .2 
p.m. ta 5 p.m. . I2-10-U 



Small grand piano, antique walnut 
4-drawer chest; marble top coffee 
table; antique wide frame walnut 
pictures, ehalrs, di-op }eaf table I 
ami mtocellaneous furnfture. otii 

ak 8-tH8: 12-10^ 



Princess Anne Ckiurthowa — 
Business. Garage with thrae-bed- 
room llvlM ^warton abow. V«ry 
good bumeaa opportunity for 
wide awake ^ mechanic Annual 
leaee 8125 per month. KeUam- 
Eaton Ins. Co. QA 80191. , 



For rent, small fireproof 1Hn«» 
house, $178.00 a year. I%oot 
OA8«(m 9-9*ta 



i bedroMns. kitchen and batSi e^ 
pletely furnished except uUlItle*,^ 
OwjtraUy located. $75 n^tti^y, - 
or $100 month yearly. Ap|ay tlia 
30th Street. 12*l%4 



Furnlslwd a^rtment: steam hmiL^ 
all utilities included. Apply W 1 
mh Street. 124-3t ' 

i^D(^ BRIDGE — »4]edroan 
apartment, oil heathif Move. eM>S 
trie kitchen stove, reCrigerater. '^ 
water furnished. OM QA 8^4IP* 
F.t, Deary. 11-19-tfn 



Pttraished apartment - Living ro<»n. 

bcdroonib kitchen and bath. 

Reasonttde rent yearly basia. 

Gqnvel^ntly looited to shopping 

.««iter. OA 8-2143. ll-124fa 



MWRPHY APARTMENTS — Foe 
rent by the month, effiden^ ' 
aparttnents, 1 bedroom, t b«F . 

roam apartments. Apply 20f V,' 
10th S^t. Rates starting tnxOC' 
$50 a moiith up. . 9-vm» • . 



• pm 



• lAP WANTB) 
FoNmIo 



PETS ■- l?o cagesjind a«iuarlums Wanted — Ifon or weman whd* 

would lllte to at^eragl $2.50 to 
•3.00 an how as Watklns dealer- 
in S^th Pi^nie^l Anne County. 
Car necessary. No esf ital invect* 
ment. Supply rural fwtolUes with 
Wi^ins NaUonally IdverttMd 
proaitets. Best Mlling liaami of- 
yew A hand. Write tSe J. a 

MiMmm e»^ #. 0. Ms 8071, 



full of pets for Christmas. Make 
your selection early. Deposit will t 
hold lor Sahta to pick up Christ- ' 
mas Eve. FRANK'S TffoPlCALi 
FISH, PETS A SW»H.,!ES, ms\ 
23rd Street, 12-3-4t 



TROPICAL WSH— %cial acquar. 
lum set ups for Chrlstm^i^ 10 
gallon t4H*. fUter kit «c. IISM 
month of tlecember o«ly. 
FRANK'S TIKJPICAL FISH, PETS 
& SUPPLIES 
206 23rd Street. 

12-3-4t 



• FOR SALE OR ma 



CommiMiwealth of Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 

Coart of the Connty of Princess 

Aaae, on the leth day of November. 

IftSO. 

EARL WAYNE KALUOSAARl. 

Plaintiff, agalnft 

MARGARET SWISHER 

KALLIOSAARI, Defendant. 
Order ot Publicattoa 

Tbe object of this suit Is to obtain 
a divorce a Mensa Et Thoro to be 
mer^d Into a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the ^iMBhlttnt 
is not a resident of iho i|ate -of 
Virginia, the last known ]^t of- 
fice address being Box 1.5S, tb^^Hih 
sonvllle, Michigan, it is oi^ered 
that she do appear herf within 
ten (10) days after due pubticatfoh 
hereof, and do what may l)c neces- 
sary to protect her Intei'est In this 
suit 

A Copy— Teste J 
JOHN V. FlnSTRESS, Clerk, 
By: MARY i. WKITB, D.C. 
Richard G. Bryd|B« 
Thomas C. Bruylis p.q. 
311.'} I'acific Av«N(e 
Virginia Beach, Virginia ll.l»-4t 



An^ue side chair. msl^poM 
Mat, $40; antlfiue sewMi rockfir. 
IW; pine toy book sh^ 6 fi0 
Mmg, $10; <M.S. rotary li^r, $^. 
DSal GA 8-1 use. a2-104t 



CANARIES ~ Guaranteed male 
singers. Ideal Christmas pi^esents i 
for all the family to enjoy. Other 
rare and exotic birds of all klndis, ' 
FRANK'S TROPICAL FISH, PETS 
& SUf^LIES 
206 aSrd Street. 

* ^ 12.3^ 

3-bedroom unfurnished apartment 
large porch and yard. 2 blocks 
ttm opean and almMa^ district ; 
QUi biireom MiMiId Ifflta^. 
{Mlit, JH^to gmmm, fiMse 

ma., cm SA smmm m J-tm. 



UMd TV and apj^lM^ce* t^t aalao 
or rent Guaranteed rieb&dt- 
tioned. Hirte TV Lomfon Mdg*:"' 
Open 8-9. GA8-1727. »i-tt| *. 



Lei Ui Make Yov 
Belli (u4 Bailrtii, BMttoo 
Wi| Ml Cmmt^pmam 

211 • 31st ir. H.&ik9^mt 



:*» 



Wanted— 'Housekee^per, white, part 
time, for wW|w«r. NO wuibbhg 
or Ironing. mSl GA 8-1918. 



NURSES-Gra^Me, praetM k^ 
nurses aldei, Apply BuparthMld- 
ent Virginia BMeh -^^ "- • 
26th and A^stte Avt. 

Ejiperlencpd |^r| for ^r^g i^m 
work from 4 p.m. to H p.ui. Aiit^ 
' W. B. Meredith, MereM 
ug Co., iTth t Pactflc. 

12-.%tfiB 



i MiLiH^ 



.""II" 



A^p^Miea repMv OQ It 
iad models. Wm ^. 
aelah and $»tm imr 
Appllanoe Oin hmm 
OA 8-1727. 



M -iritTii w 




1919 EOmnU — Air eonditje^d, 
^mer #^lppe(t Jow mliMe; 
mc* n*W condition; One Of^r. 
Terms arranged^ Call GA 8-S<^0. 

tfn 



ia^ Si^k^ker Chnsplon, black 
tdoaf. wh^ side waB tlr#s, seat 
#>VM% ^Mit^ tmto, beater and 
mtnmr . I^oalhmt condition. 
WmA ^mr. GA ^m21, ll-S-tfls 

mk^t^»d V-8 statiMwaifM. Radio, 
W«ir , automatic tnnplbission, 



PATHiaA MAE FLORV, Drfend-J ELMO jf. J-'INLEY, I>efpndaii( 



ant. 

(Mer et FaMfaatioa 

The objei't.of this suit Is to ^>tain 
sn annijlpienl fr«n the said de- 
fendant upoh the grounds of niar- 
riage not coiwuD»nrted. 

And fn affi%vlt Juaiviiu; been 
made *m fU^ olat Oni imendant 
is tM t.tmmtm of the feate of 
Vlr|4^, the last known post office 
ackftre^ betog sm n«r« Drive, 
^Uy, ^is»>url. it Is ordered that 
gai^-A appear here wHhln ten (tO) 
ii^ after due iwbliea^oa hereof, 
i0i «lo what itiav lie neceiisairv to 
^tAect hwli^MdC^ihk suit 
A C%py— f!h*f: 

m V. |.'»JT«esS. Clerk 
MA*t M. WHTTE, DC. 
TbMAC Broyles, p.i|. 
WdKM G Bt^^lf^ 

31 9 iftteifte AVtaW . _^ 

Vlrgmk Bewh. Virginia U-;Hi\ l»««*lk, ?^^ 



ComnoAweahh of Virgiaia, 
IB the Clerk's Office ot the arealt 
CottH at (he Conty M PrHicmw 
^M, «■ Ae Itfi day of Dec^mher, 

MARTHA ELIZABETH MAUIIASS 
riNLKY, Plaintiff, 
againt^ 



Or^r of PaMlcaMon 

Tbe objett of this suit i.'^ »o olrtaiii 
a divoA-f a vinculo malriinonil 
from the said defemlant, upon thf 
gffnimhi of wilful desertion and 
at^ndonment. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is itot a resent of the state of 
Virginia, the last known post offtce 
address t«ing % General Delivery, 
Trumnan;- Arkansas, K Is ordered 
that he *> appear here within ten 
(10) days #ftef due publication 
her^rf, and do what mav be nece*- 
slrjr iA pttJtect Mb Interest in this 
tfttt. • 

A C^^-^^^Me: 
JOHN V. rBNTRESS, Clerk. 
By: MAAY M. Wm'TO, D.C. 
Kraner end ft«:k)iouse, p.q. 
Rj^-'sfcr Bonding 



121&4t 



(Vtmmonweaith of Vhiiiala. 

IB the Clerk's Office ol the Circalt 

Coart of tbe County of PriBcess 

Abbc, ob the 13rd day of November, 

IMS 

EAr'l L. TOBIASON, Plaintiff, 

against 
PEARL TOBIASON, Defendant. 
Order of Publicatioa 

The object of this suit Is to obtain 
a divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from tlt« said defendant upon the 
grounds rf Desertion. 

And an affidavit having b^^en 

made and filed that the defendant 

is not a resident of th*» Bt^te of 

Virginia, the last kno^n post office 

addn>i«s being .545 Orniond Street 

Unlondale, Ixmg liiland. New York. 

It Irt ordered that she do appear 

here within ten (10> days after due 

publication hereof, and do what 

may be nece.4sary to protect her 

Interest In this huU. 

A Copy— Teste: ' , 

JOHN V, FE.N'TRESS, Clerk. 

By: MARY M. ^'HITE, D.C. 

Richard G. Brydges, p4|. 

3115 Pacific Avenue 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 11 loti 
___________ 



&nall. medium and large Azaleas 
and Camellias for sale at whole- 
sale or retalL Visit Delhaven 
Nui^^. Rt 1, Bayslde, Virginia, 
Phgne HO Hw<Jl Wjiv." Phone 
MA iHimi, ^imtu 



Motel, i^fivate unltSi By ^y. week 
or m<»th. Nicely ftirntohed, well 
heate^l price reasonsrt^e. Central- 
ly locatcfl. Dial GA S-f>4flO.. 

* I'i-lO-tfn 



Eleclrolux C<*j>. — We need two 
men to take care of our expan- 
sion program, ages 21-50, neat 
appearance, good character. If 
your present earnings are not 
high enough for your present 
day cost of living this may be 
the Job you're waiting for. Perma* 
nent high Income i^sltton for 
men who qualify. 100 Airport Rd., 
Virginia Beach or phoiie (SArden 
«-5»381 for Intorvh'W. IJ^ltf-lt 

• SifvilionWanlMiMaW 



PBRCUSSIONKST — College slu 
dent avaUabfp DKember Ifth 
thru ^n. 3nd; fijll drum sot, owji 
transportation. Bxpprience|i ft 
«Tl*stra, dem-e iwnd. c#i1jo. 
Mione Dallas balby, CA 8-57Sftf 
or write Rt 2, Box ifil, Lon^ton 
ttmge. Vs. 12-10-3t 



Wanted— 6maU Jobs around house 
or garden by retired man. Call 
OA 86224 after 8 pJn. 

10.29-lt 



PERCUSSION fST — For orchestra, 
d.3iicR band, trio. E.xperleiiced. 
full set of drum.s, own trans- 
portation. Available fur Chrisi 
masi liolidayg, December I8fh 
fhru January 2. Phone Dallas 
l^lby, GA 8-5786 or write Rt. 2, 
Box^IjI, Loudon Bridge. Va 

lJ->i-lt 



te waU ikm, tw»4Mll| paint 
Excellent emBttaH. OkU OA 
8-8636. 8-20-tfti 



NfSHEO HOUSE 
FOR RENT 

i 

Ndwiy painted furnished 
hou$e. Yearly lease $90 
per month. Dial GA 8-71 52 
evenings. 



FOR 



DoBhle strenJiyi gteas storm 
panels feh- JaloustNl had awninx 
type HiiduMs InsialM. C«ll us 
for prh^A. 

VIRGINIA JALOMM CO. 

I^askin Roid 

GA 8-92^1 



Repairs 

ComnMrdid 

HeuMhoM 
wtii09riHon 



mOIDAISB 



W. C. jmiNSON 

S22 . 17A 8ba«l 

VhghriaBshch 

■*" OAMfTI 



■Mi 



WL 



mmm 



Retired Business iNan 

To represent Esther Williams swimming pools at Vir- 
ginia Beach. Homes, motels, communities. No Invest- 
ment needed. Leads furnished. Phone MA 5-2274 for 
app(3<ntment. 



■»"*ei 



J rinceii -^line 

ItldlifttriAl Center 

AT lli»S£MOirT 

Buildings, warehouses, offices, sites and lots 
for lease wrm l^Xy on raitroad. Virginia Bfeach Blvd. 
at Rosemont and Haycox Road. Midway between 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Adjoining the new 
Princess Anne Plaza. 

Apply Fred A. Heycox and Associates, 

P. O. Box Its, Lynnhaven, Vn^m 

or Hio^GYpty 71114 



if 



^m^^^mmmm 



I 




VlfeGINtA BIACH SUN-NCV^, THURSDAY, D€Cfl^»» 10, 1^59 



Cetting Remfyfor Chmtmas Pmgram 




ruj'i.? oi ir.-: uvcitni scftool win present the;, annuai *_,iiL»;ui.!i proj;ram for friends and 
parents on Saturday. December 12, at 3:30 p.m. in the Virginia Beach High School auditorium. 
Shown here are some of the Xjndergartners watch ing a few of the grade pupils as they sing one of 
the carols. They are, from left to right: Kinder gartners — Mary Virginia Parker. Kathleen Cary 
Baldwin, Wcndv Faston, Dale Sutton, Bruce Ba:heldcr, Michael Ward Cole, and Petier Bryan. 
Cur- kis j.i^c Si un Snodgrass, Betsy Johnson, M:<rit- Pinkncy Wnlk!ey. N'lncy Bruce Holluid, 
cho'ia^i NcIbOfl Coppedge 111, Stephen Corner, und Edison Jenr.Injs., (Boice Photo.) 



Hem an J Views of Afagona Village 



Ux SUN-NEWS Classified Ads 



By BLSDB RARTBT 

.4RAGON.4 CIVIC LKAGUE 

The regular monthly meeting of 
the Aragona Civic League wlH be 
held at 8 p.m. Thursday. Dec. 10 
In the Aragona School auditorium. 
An open invitation in extended to 
all residents In the Village to at- 
tend this final meeting for the 
year 19^. It Is believed that it 
will be a very interesting meeting, 
both from the gtandpoint of the 
resume of activities and projects 
which have been accomplished for 
the past year, as well as sugges- 
tions and comments of activities 
which might be planned for the 



ensuing year. 

Mr. V. A. (Jack) BMherldge. Coun- 
ty Treasurer, was the gueiit .speak- 
er at the November meeting and 
gave cunriiderable data pertaining 
to the great population growth of 
the Aragona community. He men- 
tioned also a problem now ap- 
pr6achlng which may prove of 
Interest to home ownern, namely, 
that of annexation to the City of 
Norfolk. It appears to be the con- 
sensus of opinion in the area that 
the home owners (!o not approve 
of annexation to the City of Nor- 
folk and they have several very 




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pertinent reasons for opposing such 
a probability. It was mentioned at 
the meeting that the most effective 
way to meet such a problem is for 
every qualified voter to register 
and to vote. Further, a splendid 
opportunity is afforded all who 
attend the Civic League meetings 
to hear from their neighbors and 
all interested individuals, reasons 
both in favor and In opposition to 
annexation. Aragona Village com- 
munity might find it necessary to 
incorporate. 



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COMMVSITY RKCREATIOX 
CENTER 

The Aragona Community Recrea- 
tloij Center, Inc., will hold its regu- 
lar monthly meeting at 8 p.m. 
Wednesday. Dec. 16, at the Aragona 
School auditorium. Because thl.s 
meeting will be the last ragular 
meeting of the year, there U a 
very special reason for the resi- 
dents of the Village -to attend, and 
a cordial invitaticm is issued to all 
in the Village to come. Most of the 
familieil in th<e areai have children, 
jid many who do not have chil- 
dren, take an active inieiosc In't.ie 
various civic projects undertaken 
uy the ACRC a^ they f ??I the need 
for helping to provide wholesome 
and safe recreational facilities for 
both the children and 'the adults. 
The expressed aim has been to 
build and equip a recreational 
center which will be a place where 
children, from pre-school age 
through high school age, may par- 
ticipate In games, athletics and 
recreational activities In a safe and 
healthful environment, with both 
an educational and cultural i>ack- 
ground under proper supervision. 



McCar^y. Him B. %, Ww\0r. Un. 

H. E. spires. Ur^. S. Y. Pharr, Mrs. 
J. J. Finn, .Mrs. C. S. Tate. MVs. 
J. L. West. Mrs. L. N. Daviii, and 
Urn. J. McCtaniets. 

Mre. F. A.. Klucz. Mrs. D. E. 
Robers, Mr«. " T. R. Snyder and 
llr«. M. J. McCarthy were hostesses 
to the meeting and ser%^d refresh- 
ments. The club welcomed Mra. 
R. J. Evans as a new member. 



GIRL HTOUT ACTIVIt1E» 

Brownie Troop No. 424 have been 
buMv creating attractive ceramic 
gifts for presentation to their moth- 
ers this Christmas. Many of the 
Troop mothers are active with their 
troops keeping up with the spirit 
of ChrlMmaa and promise that 
they wilt have a beautiful stqry to 
tell about the Girl Scouts during 
(his Christmas season In the ^ry 
near future. 



A^mu^w^ent hai . been made 
that thert will be ^gular "pot- 
lock" suppers served at ThaJla 
Lynn Baptist Church every Thurs- 
day evening at 6:4.5. Reports have 
been received regantlng the train- 
ing awards earned at the A.'U«ocla- 
tlonal Training Schnol hekl a few 
weeks ago at Trinltv taptKst 
Church. Hialla Lynn Church bad 
24 enroiM hi thp training school 
and were awarded a total of Z3 



the top^iaH^ € c^mfrhw efwrt|d. 
Onlv 10 chuPches In the aasot-latlbn 
had mora enrolled than Thalia. 
Thalia Lynn was sixth In rank of 
award.* received. 



rht*kt Preiibjrterfaa ChBrrh 

The Red Crm» Btoodmoblle unit 
was on duty at Chrtat Presbyterian 
Church from noon until 6 p.m. on 
the aRtraoon of Novemt>er 21 and 



^ „ _ __ i«p(H-ted a very satisfactory turn* 

awards. Thalia Lynn was llth from lout despite the holiday weekend. 



ARAGONA HCHOOL 

The students of Aragona Ele- 
mentary School and their jwrents 
and friends are Invited to attend 
the School Christmas Play which 
will be presented by the students ! 
of the five fourth grade classes at 
8 p.m.. Dec.. IS, In the school audi- j 
torlum and under the sponsorship , 
of the Parent-Teacher Association. : 



BOY SCOIT ACTiVlTIKH 

Mr. R. W. Dyer, Cubmaster of 
Cub Pack No. 479, announced that 
h'? met with the den mother, Mrs. 
Ruth Schneider, and several other 
ninnbers of the planning commit- 
ter. Chaplain Otto Schneider, chair- 
man, W. R. Warren, R. A. Phelps, 
treasurer, R. L. Sea\-er, and G. D. 
Johnston Jr., and M. R. Terrell, 
assistant cub masters and set up 
plans for membera of the pack to 
niaki* up decorations and Chrlst- 
iiiij- trt'i, urna^nenU whlQh they 
will use In decorating the Christ- 
mas tree at the Aragona School. 
This Is no small task and calls for 
« great deal of Ingenuity, as well 
its artistic ability because the Iwys 
will not only create the designs 
themselves but will completely 
manufacture the ornaments them- 
selves from materials provided by 
themselves and their parents. 



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BAHKKTBALL GERM IN AIR 

Parents bewat>e! Take heed, it Is 
i-umored that there Is a spread of 
"basketball fever" In the area. The 
sports and athletic leaders In the 
Aragona community are now work- 
ing up plans to organize both 
junior' and midget basketball 
teams. Any boys Interested in sign- 
ing up for the" team please call Mr. 
Carl Annlno; GY 7-0432, Also, any 
firm or individual who would care 
tp share as sponsor of a team please 
get in touch with Mr. Annlno. 




CHURCH NEWS 

Thalia Lynn Baptist Charch 



COLDS 

Rellevi rndtm and pafcis of ooldj wMi 
STANBACK Tablets or Povwters. 
Also use as gargle for sore throat 
due to colds. STANBACK'S S. A. 

(Synergistic Action) reduces fever, 

brijigs faster, more complete relief. 
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$9^d Savmft Mid lorn Inftffance Corp<M-a- 
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Savbigi Mounts opwwd by tha lOA of fbo 
month, or savings added Wf tlict data, oara 
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TEEX l».\N'CES SPONSORED 
BV RKCRKATION CENTKR 

Mr. E. L. Land, ~ principal of 
Aragona Sellout, iias very gracious- 
ly provided the usje of the school 
auditorium for the ^'Teen "Dances" 
to be held on Friday evenings 
when there Is no school function 
scheduled to use the hall on Fri- 
days. This has added much pleas- 
ure for the youngsters and Mrs. 
H. E. Morey and Mr. Rc^jert Spires 
have been in charge on Friday eve- 
nings and have had the assistance 
of a standing committee who work 
with them to make these dances 
a real success. Refreshments are 
served and a good assortment of \ 
dance records are played. 

Dates for the Decemt}er dances 
have been changed because of the 
holiday season. The Special Christ- 
mas Teen Club dance will be held 
on Dec, 18, with music beginning 
at 7:30 and ending at 10:30 and 
will be semi-formal. There will be 
refreshments »and punch with soft 
drinks served without coi^ during 
Intermission between dances. Some 
especlallv good <lance music will 
be provided by the WAVY disc 
jockey who will be present The 
"Pre-Teens Dance Club" will have 
their Christmas dance on the eve- 
ning of Dec. 11, with music begin- 
ning at 7:30 also provided by a 
WAVY disc jockey. Refreshments, 
cooldes and punch, will be flowing 
freely. 




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HomUton — Longines 
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ARAGONA GAIWBN CLUB 

Mrs. L. M. Caputo was guest 
s{^aker at the November meeting 
of the Aragona Garden Club and 
used as her theme a Thanksgiving 
arrangement of very special beauty, 
Uiiing both fruit and flowers to 
accent the design. 

Announcement was made that 
Mr* D. E. Rogers ser\'ed as chair- 
man of the Christmas Flower Clinic 
which was held Nov. 18 and 19 and 
was conducted by Mrs. J. L. Weller 
Sr. Mrs. J, J. Finn was named chair- 
man of the club's Chrlstnjas project 
vhlch will be flowers and decora- 
.jIs far St Marv's Infant Home. 
Mrs. W. W. Frani received the 
blue ribbon award in the Year 
B»k Contest. Mrs. G. C. Williams 
was awanled the red rit^n »nA 
Mrs. L. N. Davis the yellow riMwn 
award. Other ribbon winners were 
Mnu & W* Haami. Mn* Kb J. 



Radios 



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General Electric 

Wrafinghouse - Ronson 

Dormeyer — Bulova 

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Van Dell - Tara 

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ON-THI^KIAN at 35th ST. 

mWC WitCOME YiAlt AKHJND 

Oyiter Par 

Oyster JlockfeHer, Clams, 
Prime Roasts, Steaks 

Hot and Cold Buffet Dinners $2^ 

From 5 p.m, S^urdays and Sundays 

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^!^nging ana oDancing .^tmoApnere 



'Knothole Driving' 
Blmied for Many 
Fatal AeeidenU) 

••K^othol<» Drh'ihf" was namtnl 
toiiiy m an trnportant factot in 
huAdff'd^ of faul automot)il» 
(rashP'i last yMf.' 

Chlpf ft4^v^ Johnson, wbo <it<>d 
thJK figure, defined "Knothole Driv- 
ing" tm: "That unskilled art of 
trying to drive with a wlndRhield 
IfldeB with Ice, sleet, or snow to 
such an extent that the driver's 
vision is restricted to a clear patch 
of glaRa the size of his flat." 

This, according to the Virginia 
Beach Police, which Is spearhead- 
ing the Deceml)er program of 
traKIc safety e<Jucall«» In Virginia 
Beach with the conperallon of IIk' 
Oovernor'ri IlighWijy Safrty Com- 
mittee, \g, Just oOf df the several 
features of wlnltoT driving that 
helps make D*»remlif r ttie <HK«tllest 
month of the year In terms of 
traffic fatalltl*'?!," 

"I(ami>eri>d visibility," John=!ftn 
said, "cannot be ovt^'estlrfiaU^d as 
a fector In Hecember's hl0t traffl«- 
fatality CM«rd. To ^sornf estt-nt 
limited visibility Is licyond the 
driver'*! t«ontrol '— the short davs 
ar^ kmg ntghtfi, And falling rafn. 
sleet or snow are factors over 
which he has no influence." 

The f^llce Department point) 
out, however, that the propoi- 
malntenam-e of tlie car heater, de- 
froster, windshield wipers, and 
headlights does much to cancel 
out the dangers of winter driving. 

"Lef« face facts," Chief Johnson 
said. "You have to SEE danger to 
avoid K! It's as simple as that! 
Mnow, sleet, rain. 4hd Ice on the 
windshield CAN be kept tp a mini 
mum, even If not wholly avoided.'" 

Hl<^fan»< for the current program 
of traffic safety education Is: "l^on't 
kill yoiir holiday by accident!" 
This December pt-ogram being 
carrleil f»ut by the Virginia Beach 
Police Is part of the nation-wide 
effoit to cut the country's traffic 
deaths. 



Judge Wahab to 
Speak at Annual 
Grid Banquet 

Judge Robert S. Wahab will be 
the ^lest speaker for the annual 
foothill banquet to lie held at the 
.yirgln^-a^h l^jSin Schof.!, Cafe, 
»ria ort Wcdnestfdy nl^t. Dec. 10. 
fhe football players ami c(»a<'hes 
will b* Jionnred.Cltv officials and 
school offlc^ls will be special 
giifsts. 

, .\nyone wli^hlng to aiteivl the 
banquet must m&ke reservations In 
advance by calling the high s<.'hool, 
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BBB Hails FTC 
Bait Ad Guides 

"Another nail has been drUvn in 
the <^jffin of ral.-se and d^pceptlve 
advertising" Is |he way B^ J. 
Imburgla, manager of tlte Tlde- 
wati'r Better Buslneii Bureau, coin- 
m^Ated about the liberal Trade 
Cunimli^lon's new 'tluldes Agaihst 
Bait Advertising" which were made 
public I>ec. 4. 

Terming bait advertising one of 
the "tyln slMimes of advertising," 
the other l>ring phony comparative 
price and savings claims, Mr.' Im- 
burgia said that the Tidewater 
^tter Business Bureau welcomes 
these new Guides because they 
spell out officially for the first 
time In Inter-state commerce what 
actually 4«nstltute« bait advcrtLs- 
Ing. 

lie said tlH> (luklcs an» very 
similar tit tho.se Belter Husliicsii 
Bureaus nallonatly have been \\r^ 
Ing advertL^rs to follurt' for years. 
liescriblng bait adverti.'^ing as an 
"Insincere offer to sell .something." 
Mr. IrolHirgla said that It hm tieen 
a long liiue problem In tl*e sale of 
certain types of werchandliw. He 
named sewing machines, vacuum 
ch'sners. appllanc«»s. furniture, 
storm window.'* and even (*ar ports 
a« being produt^ where abuses 
have be?n prevalent. 

"All Uto often," he said. "l>alt 
;i(lv' (islng is used to adverti.se a 
proUuct-'at an irrestlblc price, or 
on some other alluring basis. In 
order to get customers into a store 
so as to sell them, by one- means 
or another, a higher priced Item, 
usually on terms only advantageous 
to the !*eller." 

He .said the higher priced product 
Is widom if ever-. advertised. 

Frequently this type of gelling 
Is called "bait anil switch" but a 
"new wrlnkk'" has lievn added, he 
pftinted out. Now halters are sell- 
ing the, product advertised but, 
after accepting a dcpo.sll. or after 
arranging financing terms, they 
will "un.sell" the purchtt!*er, either 
then or « week or two later, in 
order to switch him to a higher 
priced item. . 

While .stating that bait advertis- 
ers usually can be Identified as 
merchants" on the "wrong side of 
the tracks," some otherwise re- 
spected retail stores "are not ad- 
verse to practicing a little baiting 
In their (4)erations." 

Mr. Imburgia comments that a 
legitimate store cannot limit bait 
advertising to one type of merchan- 
(ll.se or another, or permit only one 
department or another In the stor^ 
to «s» It. because, to do so, will 
only undermine the whnje store 
operation. Bait is a cancer which 
will destroy a store's good jiame 
and harm the public's confidence 
in all adv*rtl»<lng." 

Mr. Imburgia saict the Federal 
Trsttle Commission has done a fine 
service In Issuing the Guides 
which, with Its "Guides Against 



Council of Garden 
Clubs to Sponsor 
Doorway Contest 

Tlh» Coumil of Garden Cluhf 



announces that It wip ohce lagalil 
spon-^or a (Jlirlstma?? DoorwAv Con- 
feirt. Thi-? jrear the corttesl will be 
somewhat different than In pitfyt'' 
years, there will be thr<»e cate- 
gories Judged this year: Most 
Original, .Most Beautiful and the 
Best Traditional. 

The awards (for the winning 
doorways In the above categories 
will t« engraved .silver trophies. 
Judging will take place Deo. 21 
through Dec. 23. All homeowners 
In the Virginia Beach and Princess 
Anne County areas are encouraged 
to enter. To be §ure yoin- liome 
Is fxtA. overlooked reHfl^nts mav 
call ^rs. John Field at GA K-H.'S 
although this 1)5 not aboslutt'iy 
nece-SFaiy as the jinlges will cover 
the entire area. 

'Hie jud^a will iiward the lovely 
silver trojflhie'n on Chrl.^ima^ Kve 
90 that tlje winners may di.spUiy 
ih.-lr prlaes throi^(hout the holl 
days. "Our area ha.s always Ijeen 
beautiful In past «eai«nns hut this 
year the Council hopes to see 
even more Christmas loveliness," 
slates Onuacll President. Mrs. John 
W. Fteltl, "and we hope that by 
creating these new categories more 
people will be able to compete aTftl 
Join the Yuletlde ftm of this e.xclt- 
Ing cont^." 



Mra.G. W.Webber 
CoJOrdiiiatbrof 
Beach Y hogram 

Til.' Norfolk Young Women '^ 
Christian As-saclatlna tia^ a|^|»«>int 
ftl Mrs. George W. \VeW»er of No^ 
folk Cehtral ittaff «s coordlnatiir 
of the YPfHigraW at Virginia Beach. 
tihe will work with V Wives, Em- 
ployed Women, T^en Agers and 
aim relate to Healtl^ k Recreation. 

Mrs. W«bber has studied at the 
University of Or^psn as well as the 
Unlverstty of Rhode Island and 
University of Virginia* Sie has 
served as Assistant Director of 
Nursing Service at De Paul Hos- 
pital. 

. Wife of Cmdr. O. W. Webber. 

retired, !ih# and her husband make 

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Bayside Post Office 
Announces Extra 
Parcel Post Hours 

Postmaster Merrel M. Nash Jr.. 
Bayside, Va.. announces that win- 
dows at Bayside will be ofM'n for 
the ac(>eptance of Parcel Post and 
Christmas card mailing Saturday 
HM a.m. until 4 p.m. and Sunday 
12 noon until 4 p.m. De<-ctnber 12 
and December H respectively. 

This added service Is for the con- 
venience of the patrons. 

Early mailing la urged and* ap- 
preciated by the poirt office staff. 

Deceptive Pricing," Issued a year 
ago. now provides the Better Buslr 
ness Bureaus with a douhle^jarrel- 
ed tool to help curb ^e two most 
general abides In retail advertis- 
ing. 

The Bureau plans extensive dis- 
tribution of the new Guides to ad- 
vertisers In the area. Effort will 
l>e made to gain pwmpt and full 
cooperation of adveiHlsfrs. 



Kitchen Tour Puts 
Junior W(Nnen 
Over the Ton 

"Hie Ways and Means CommlttAp 
of the Junior Womairs Club of 
f*rlnce,Hs Anne Cou«ty announ<<es 
that the prwMHMls fro'ni lis recv»nt 
"Harvest Kitchen Tour" will enabh» 
the club to meet Its budget require- 
ments for welfare and hospital 
work during the current yt^r. 

Three hdndred people visited the 
eight kltchetu) on a rainy day. The 
public response to this' hew Idea 
in house -tours was gratifying, and 
there Is genuine Interest among 
Hub members In fnaklng It an 
annual event. 



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Ang, db your thopi^ng and ntwn fcomt In fh* 
ef^noen. 

SHOn>ING INFORMATION! 

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AHsndonls on duty until Christmm at ths 
Shopping Information Booth in Tralhvays' 
Norfolk Terminal will provide all ths hsipful 
rfioppmg information they can. , 




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SECOND MORTGAGE 

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ConuiiMNskil cmd Resid^iticd 

K. I. Um PImhm GA •-2724 



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VIK|!NIA||^^BiUN-NW^, THURH)AY, DKEA^K 10, 1S59 



Vip^ School 



1908 atlantk; AVi. 



GA 94301 



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tSSOSTMMRDOILO). 

W.A.W0OD 

Committton Agent 

OAii^lS 

Va. 9mk -P.K €«iMily 
Plant - OeiMiA. VA. 




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tHrTrn^iiitiRiiii iw bowl 

lai WMITK HOUHK 

Next Situnby, Dec. 12, ttM coIoi-k 
of the Th«ii4e<1}M ^ Boirl antf 
Coachiw Sporting floods will l>e 
prtMiiJnentI)? (lif^playeU in the WWte 
Haow; when the Tundefbirdi* re- 
xpond to an Invitation to bowl the 
While Home team at 3 p.m. Ap- 
proximately three hours after tli« 
White House match, the Thunder- 
b]rd* take on the powerful and 
natfonaily ranked Shirley Bourl 
team an their home grounds, which 
should be sufficient competition fur 
any one team tei a tingte (toy. rBut 
to r^nd out the VecferiMI bowHng 
ffcirtitlttefs the Ttm U tt ni^rfy jour- 
ney via Hk-hiTfonrt on their rctwa 
and take on the Richmond BoWl 
Mant Hi the intercity Traveling 
Ltafue on Sunday, Dec. 13. 

Naldng the W«rtiln0on-Rk;h- 
mond trip will be Mm 'a»A Jinx 
Chit,holm. he* and Lmrstna 
Amun'dsoA, Keht and Midge Simt- 
(er,. BoftimJ and Tonl Hytte, P«l» 
Piet^m* torn SfHVvr, mn4 Manager 
HaM( tlMMy.l^avHil Jea Phel|^ 
and Fr«kl Isaacs w'lll attempt to ac- 
company their .(earn if butiineva 
wHl permit. - 

The TOMids conUnucd their vfWt-' 
ing^ ifR<ee hiet temtay hyMUsg 
three pointa ft-om the favored 
Iltelimond keglers at Thunderbifd 
Howl. Sparked by Lee Amundnon's 
three con«ecuflre 200-plu3 games 
and a 052 tieries. the home team 
toppled tlie wood for several more 
2^ par>€» that nn their total pin- 
fall Xb 2.S37. ny winning all but 
two ,tKHnt« in their faMl ihree 
matches, Ihe Thirti<lerMi^ are now 
only four polfttti do^of ffrst^ plaoo 
in Iht Intercity Traveling Lea^ie. 



Mr. WtntU H. laity of FMaiant 
^fite ii in itichmond for two 
«r««k« attendlM the Supenriaoi^ 
XttwHofmuAi f^oot of VIrgtnIa 
Sli^trfc «MI Fewer Company. 

Mr. Kelly, who la homl l^per- 
viaar, wtth Vepeo at p^Mant 
Ridge, U on* of a group of V^p^ 
superviiMv fl^ni various areaa. 
served by the utility elected to 
attend the cmnpany's training 
ichool. 

. "Rie school, a regular feature of 
the 4itility comfMny's perscmnel 
u-alningT9rogram, coverir all phafsea 
of company oparatton and in«lu^s 
Hpwionii on vt^rvlaory mallMdg 
and personal development. iMtriK- 
tam in the school are top manage- 
ment reprcsentativen frtmi every 
■tment in the company, 
hlle in Richmond, the studenUt 
at the •chooi dewte full time to 
rtchr currknalum, Includl^ icveral 
alght sMNikHW. 



When employees receive thalr throuf^ December 31, 1962. 



flr»t paycheck after January t 
they will notM^ tt ii a UttM amalter, 
EffecUve Januanr 1, 1960, all 
empkiyiir* ivill he AadiKtli^ %% of 
each paycheck for Social Seeurl&K 
taxes M4 tkm empk^at-'s oomHbii- 

tion alw} increase to 3%. Durliy 
19^ the tax was fi% frorti em- 
ployee and emplc^eea Mike but 
tb* addttlonal iax la Mwled to 
keep Oie Social Securtty ^mgnm 
in !Mnmd flnaneM balance and mm 
provided for by the i^xe^pt^ in the 
1966 Amendmaata to the Social 
Security Act. 

Self-employed perwau will pay 
3t% aell-employment tax on theb* 
19S9 earnings and will not feel the 
taicrei^d tax until the end of 1060 
when they will pay a 4|% t|s itm 
Qieir net earnin|^ 

Thefi« new tax rates are scl^ul- 
«d to renuiin In effect for three 
ywrs, /rem -January 1, 1980, 



The Old-Afi and lurvivon I«; 
surance and Disability Insurance 
pn^ranw are designed to operata 
««1s "pay as jnqu fS" terts. All 
beiwfita iM a^IniJArtitlve oosta 
ai^ paM Ifbm ipMal McwlQr mtm 
and interest. It has sot been n^a> 
sary fm* the &m0m» to appropri* 
ate any moi^ from the general 
tmsury to auppcHt theie programa 

lo pait years and it li; plantWd to 
maintain them on a aelf-suppottl^ 
basis by Inereaslng Social Seeorit^ 
taxea irh«9 naeessary. 

SM^empConred persons an4 mi»gi 
eariMrs wtll {wy the Social 8«C»rtty 
taxes (Ally on the first $M00 df 
earnings in 1960 as they did in 
1969. 

* Anyone desiring information 
concerning these new tax rates 
stiouM contact the Social Security 
OfAc^ BramUeton Ave., Norfolk. 



Uilng Nativity 
Scene to Begin 
Sunday, Dec 20 



Metho<li8t Church 



Tabernacle 
lawa, knaited In PriMess Anoe ^^ 
Ctoumv, on Sandbridfl^ Road, will 
be nU scwe of a living Natlvi^, 
during Christmas week. Commit- 
tee« har*g been app^ntad and plar» 
are being made. The activities w^ll 
begin on Sunday iN^M; IBcr. 20 at 
7:3# wMi a, MJil^ s a 't Ciii<e»»8 
p ioi i aia mttfvm iMeNni of 
Miik tkalaM U wm #A muiic 
by tbe CiMMk ttwfr irt»w the 

21, the llviw MaAtVf can be seen 
each nigW mm 1-M to 8:* p.m. 
through Thursday night the 24th. 
It is hoped that many will find 
time to ride by and view this scene 
at lea.<it one of the four nights. 

With WllUard P. >\Tillehur8t as 
chairman, and all members of the 
Official Board of the church as co- 
members of the plannhig comailt- 



tee ^ the fntUal piaeen timon of 
this event at Tabemat^, the coifc 
mltt^ a^ola^^ Mtd working mi 
the Itflf^ NativHy are m followi: 
C<»«umM, Mn. S. K. Lamt Mra. 
Thelma I^e Banyr, Mre^ Ada 
Walteri, Mm. MtlVM ^nMf tnd 
Mrs. J. H. McCIanaa; «imH|L Ufa. 
Olivia Norrt a, Mra, ABoa Ik Amea, 
Sally WMMraMt 'HM Hhi. 
Norwowl C. Und; jMparttaf, II- 
woed t ttoMflMPIv 9m H* Uad, 
Melvln t>. Cooper, pavis Rlai 
and Ben lltiCMMkey (musical ef- 
feetan- aklnfile* (trii fH itation. 
ace.l AWt LMtwr. MiJlMI Hartley, 
Nerwooi IViWMrMMl CMff Wood- 
BOUH*; ^u|I.Ucfl|f,'/|fJnk Virginia B. 
McCianaa. 

The «cv. dNtflte K. Blakick is 
pentiff Itt the ainfrdt 



HARQW.9CH00L 
Of A^ttki 

WOom VmmM, DIractar 

VjrglrUa Beach 



QUICK DIRECTORY 

TO RELIABLE BUSINESS PLACES 




Ford, Thun<krbird», 
ttotian Fiats 
M^lTfli St..^A •.^32—Va. ftcacft 
V» HO 44941 







MAIiON MOTOR CO. 

WHiys Sales tn6 Service 

wi4irs outs 

iMf " aiatiofl W^oes A Truckt 

1M. GA MNl 

fthA 



( OHllKHL'Mli bVCKPlM UN>I' 

Atlfatic TV moved into Mrst 
plareMglinsda* with i three ^bc 

CiviiMn Club became tJw vtetor In 
all thrm of tlMrtr gamM aptiJM 
the Hawks. (V«an« Drug 4 MR 
Mart «NM mmm twice by FMBg& 
OpacMAjIpoi^^ Ooods cteteated 
Oeeara nautlng two to one. W^ 
Set hdHtors go lo George ftiler with 
349. 

Lei^pie StiuMttMl 
Won 

AtlaattcTV' 5 

Ctvl^ Club 4 

CoaiAea spotting doods . . 4 

fhfflfo ' .'......4 

Mathews MolMY ........ 3 

Or^rana l>nig % <Jift Mart 2 

Oceat^ Uauling z 

Hawks 



iKWt 

1 
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2 
2 
3 
4 
4 



IWijh Individual aet» with num- 
bvT of games won in paren tt H Biila : 



Atlantic TV (3) 
Bater 

E. Ca]^.s 3;i8 
Civitan Club (3) 
S. Hwdgtns 
B. TjOK* 

PUfUO 

As. ^pp 
Ar. Shipp 
Coaches 
N. Oieely 
D. Ilttnford 



MathewH Mli»^) 
a-^IC. "Dowen »3 
A. Brown 283 
Hawks (0) 

:»rr|G. Cataelis tK> 
ZHi W. Morris 24» 
(2lOcc«M Drug 11) 
312 a SclMieftr 317 
390jC. Marsh »H 
(2)Oee«M Haul. (U 
,190 J. Ray Potter ^1 
Wi i. Hoi|Khlre .100 



Oceana Drags 



Founded on Friendly Service 

AFFORDING YCW 

Competent Preoiption Compounding 
Complete Dmp and ^mA*ies 

Well Stoeked Baby, Camera and cosmetic d^q^tttatnt 
Hallmark Cards 

Excellent fountain for food or ref re^n^nt 
Let those serve you who serve you beit. 

OCEANA DRUGS 

In downtown Oceana - P^M^ng 
DeBvery - Norfolk & Princess Awie Coun^ 
eA84«l ' EiAerprne^ 




Martin Auto Body Works 

General Auto Repairs 

WrectiM- Service — 24 noan 
G\m bstalicd ^ State Inspaattew 

GA8^591-NlteGY 7-4619 

OCRANA. VA. 



lU^EWAY MOnm. 

Coff^lete Aulo It^air 
Auto Trcrwmissioti 




EIWOOD C. STOWf 
€eaMaI<i|ii«cler 

SpecfaiREfaif in New Homes 
kBMODELING 

iotfte No. 1 Box 219 
Vt,-440 4^91^9 




PRINTiNG-FNG'RVNG 




Issol 



Mc€OYOa,CO. 

Heaffng Oil 

Atrtdmatic Keep-Fil Service 

17fli St., Virgiinia tach 

Dial GA $-3113 



DHUGGISrS 



UiCKAM PHARMACY 



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a07.25tii 



GA 8^63 



BAMrS RiXAU. MIARMACY 



17* A 



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msHm mmt rnxm 

Mpa> ^nMM MBuMMM^ Propn 

i|«MMa la Nak iMi^t 

4 Q^mtkmw^M CaaMiaood 

Dial GA 8-2611 




PRINTS mm UMIINE 
& BUUOWMli, Ihc. 

Bulkhedda, Pitedriving, 
Piers and Drecjging 

Groa* Neck M. & Shore Dr. 
1^ MO 4-HI91<-GA 8-7778 

~0.>. MASON 

^ Cune and Dozier Work 

VV^aterfront Dredging 

Minli We* a SpecWty 
fVEls aai feULKHEADS 

6AB.4459-Ni9litKI S-0589 



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uvnTilBea 
Free Ptuti^t Atfaceat to Btdg. 

Miono GA 8-T2n 



Atiantic Ave. & 17th St. 

VntGO^nA BIEACIi 



CLECTRSCAl 



BEACH ELECTRIC SERVICE 
Electriili Wiring 

Rcaddw lii Cai i Mii rcia i la i Wii l a l 
G»cnrf Electrical R^i#tag 

GA 8-9100-'Nite GA t.S88» 




SlAKttBANHOME 

mwmmm CO. 



Save Wimrr, I%1 V having your 
tiome tnratat^ now 

GA 8-7101 - Oceana, Va. 



VIRGINIA BEMCi 

STATIONERt WPlY 

Photo Ofbci MMiag 
Eo^aviag, Office S^wUw 

Fri<ney Bid» — 2202 AHmHc Ave, 

GA 8-4282 ^ Ve. leach 



mmi S8WING MACHINIS 

Wa- iriW i«frH«» Need— It's Sir^ai 
F6r Vtvt 1^ be<!t in Sewing it's Sitigtr 
Parft iad Service Always at 6ui^ 

ShiiiPr Sewing Machine C#, 

GA 8-6781-200 - 31st St 



• PLUMBINO ft NEATIM 



SHOW WMITt UIHMT 

Laundry and dry cteanft^ at It's best 
'*1l4>ti«titiH»«*' Dry (^eaahig 

We Call for and deliver 

irtw A MocKlwHmeawi Ave< 



"ACH'Nt l^-iOP 



FLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

«y«iW' ~ EhUrtc — Aeetykac 
Oi— ral MMMflMa^ 
PoriaUc Eaaipneai 

Liilrin IIOMf it" Hilltop 
GA^IMI 



MAeniNi 4 GILDING CO. 

Electric— Aqptylene Weldir^ 
OrnamenHr! Iron Railings 

London B^ge - OA 8-2361 



IID & ,\RD.MPE 



Oceana Feed & Hardware Co. 

Seed and Garden Supplies 

Tool Rentals 
GA 1*1851 - Ocema, Va. 




lN-c [R es 



PNnceit Anno MMiwial Park 

For the Etern^ Care of 

your loved Ones 

Non-^^tarian — I'erpetudI 

Ore ^Aost liberal terms 

2 A^ito^Mn Va. teach BNd. 
^^1 ^M^^^ rieM RoaOk 

GA 8-6027 

If no answer call GA 8-5920 




Virgima BMch Ice Dettvery 

hjt all yout needs in 

ICfandO^AL 

CeH Qh 9^792 

9lh Sir«6«^ Vi. Beadi 



chaMKn m^n, im. 

Chain link-Wood-AI«minum 
Storm Wmdowi — Awnings 

9778 Vllglllli iMNil Mvd. 
T4.lili4i91 




^^B#w»a8^B^^fc 

Stwage ft Transfer Corp. 

Agents for En^l Brothers, Inc. 
Coa^t to Coast Transfer 

Local aMi la^ AstHei Moving, 
padUnt, CraH^ 

Skng 'WB'rtouie 



iitii tt 
Members 



ADAMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CORP. 

Plumbing and Heating 
Repair service and «uppKo» 

warm air d»ct heatifig 
ChrysliMr Air Conditioning 

WE SjaiVlCE WH-M WE BElli 

416-17th Street-^OA M731 
Vllfinia Biich 












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VIRGINIA BIACH 
SPORTS MARINA 

Boats - OuTbdards, 

l^riuiy"^ Ford 

Fishing Equipment 

GA 8-147$ 
Mlh A^ailllt A^e. 



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NCHOR REALTY 

Jeanne S. Rice, Realtor 

12 Sales i>c<Hile — Cdttrfeott Smtce 

Phono GA 8-7421 

©ay or Evorving 
liNi i ^icNIc Ave. 



R0¥ BRIGGS 

Specializing in Princess Anno 
CounVy Property , 

Phones: GA 8-5372 
U»l9 GA 8-9214 



LUMSDEN AGENCY 
Virginia Beach 

REALTORS-SALES-RENTALS 

Fill*, Autumnhilr. Hclll|lHalliiltiia, 
.\rddcat Inwi uwaie 

Dial GA 8-1661 



»f.SrAUR.ANT^ 



Ave. — %a. Bcuii 

HMIpUm Kouds Movers" 
iV Association 



FUEL O 



Princess Anne Foot Oil Co. 

Texaco Heating Oils 

Automatic Delivery 

GA 8-1555-Ocoana, Ve. 

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AawMorics 
^ Active Sportswear 
J3U6 ATIJ^NTIC A^NUB 
OAntoJ M692 

OCMNAGIFTMMT 

Adpining Oceana Drug* 

HallMBti qvia, *1kE veil iM" 
Sec aar Ciht,, ^M are vS^sc^' 

JOA •4^4 -- Ommm, Va. 




Cimrm Spot ^ TMewater 
aAa mtA Qt Va. Beadi Mvd. 
at Cktacae Comer 

BAY^DE 
Tel. HO 44)Stl — MA 5-81S0 




a«dt ymM Cxc Tl^iMw about Ti 




iltt AflaaAc Avraae 

1%^* Beach 

Bernard H. McNamira, mgr. 
QAftn 




AU»M»GE ft CH^UVttaS, Inc. 



PhomOA 1-1931 



CHARCOAL BOON 

^i^cidlii^ in 
BROILED FOOD 

28th and Atlantic Ave. 
^hone GA 8-6701 



Ciola's 



Twaco Service 

IVtaco Products 

Road a^yke— Minor Repairs 

Tiares. 1tott«riai, A ccc we ri es 

01^ 44^4^P0lMiM. Va. 



HEIULD ESSO SERVICENTEl 

Pick-up and Deliver on 

Wash and Lubrication jobs 

Atlas Tires and Batteries 

,QA 8-9421 -Oceana, Va.. 




Thompsmi's 
Amoco Service 



Service aad PraaadI 

tries. Light Rquilra 
Ickcr Service 

Hifltop ~ GA 8-9585 




Duckie Lloyd's Toxac4 

Pick up and Deliver^ 
Service 

Icxiica l^ucts — l-lrnstonc Tirel 
.Hsf aad Padfic Ave. 

Tel. GA 8^321 





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Free PofciBg 

Charlie's Seafood Reffiuranl 

ALASKA KINO CIU^ 
Piivate Diwag fUmm 1«r MMs 

SheivDiive 
Near Lynnhaven Met 

' taanrr niiiiWi .'tj iwTt* — 

PARAMOUNT $mmMM 
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5«nttg: lonior XaWMhM. ^M an* 
Crvilaa Ck^' 

Call OA 8-mi 



SALES ft SERVICE 

Rt. 58 at Oceana, Va. 

GA 8-5023 

401 - 3:lat St. et Va, Beack 

GA 8.7914 

Tte SdMt't i^Ueti >1mtoae (Met 




HIUTO^UPI 

FafoKwe L^shol^riag 
^ Auto UiAobtering 

LaskifT Rwd 0, Hilltop. 
W. C.V»W> Prop..^A 8-179| 




DAM m(3K AOiO MRIS 
CoaifMe toe. al I'lai MU IteM 

Cevrfhouie Road, 3^ ndlei 
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JIFFY STEAK . :. 99 



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SALT PORK 



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LOCAL CAUOHT 



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Ahrars Bec€»ivM Special Care 

QvN»d^ 6IU^ 5/«% SM St. 
RHI nOC t» - MUVBEY -l^nONi HA t.2801 




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ClKilBtRniiYfgy, and Make good 

€ktties but onoi ii 

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Tte Lynntyiven Garten Club met 
«ft X^nnMMik tfre^lirtn Chundi 
i |w i ||t iiy, Dfc t. ^ ■ ^ 

tSb Club voted to |lve shrubs 
toward beautlflcatlon of Lynn- 
haven Civic L«agu«i and to make 
a contribution to Botanical Oar- 
Mia^aileribUt. 

til^ flWir mMMtem were taken 
lh» ^Mb aMI presented with 
^ mtve: Mrs. H. M. 
CMMb, Unu C, It. White. Mrs. 
W. R. Payne Sr., Mrs. John J. 
Slmle^, and Mrs. W. C. SimpsoK. 

The club will hold « 
«ale M Be-Uo 

V<M».%« yjtn. 

AriKH Mwn Ml lili w^uud AftrdsM 
lOmAmti tMb #cre Mi%. J. W. Fowl- 
er CM Ift*. 8. J. Pffwler. 

JtuwrMt were, amt^Bm^: 
Wmc: Urs. W. P. afipie Jr.. Mrs. 
Mlft VoNtr, IRas. f . H. Strieby; 
«a4 lfliK|^<ed Cteik; y^low, Mm. 

IlDrtloBlSure, Wire: Mrs. PrMik 
<5e3i, )►». W. «. »ntth. Mrs. WWi^ 

Wm: "W. E. Smith, Mrs. Walter 
■^rertiam; yellow, Mrs. FraOk Co*, 
Mrs. Walter Gresham. 
tMo tneniler* texc tamged gflfta 
' *rrt "i»«re wjwed 1iom«n»lle oUA* 
les and punch by Mrs. C. R. Reld, 
Wide Van flkwse, Mrs. Walter 
Mra. r. H. mrlely and 
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"THE FOUR PROPHBTS" 

One of the many bcmUifiU Hfe-sise and kmd-carved BMiad 
i^nres in Rosewood M^morkd Ptark. • 

^'TOCETHER" 
AU through Hfe man and wife share their joys and sorrowt. 

YET 

Why do so mam coupks teave sndi <a sacred ^bUgaH^m 
as the selection of a fomly buri^ estate to one sr ift« ^A<r 
<e do tdone on the saddest day of ^mkrVmsf 

OUR MEMORIAUZATiON HAN ... 

, , Helps yon iake care of a famly obligation . . , fn 
lipance of need . . . And i«nms to fU ^fimr budget. 

pHrtwiag Perpetaal Cms BOSSVOOO VSMORIAIi PAtti 
^ looatad tm ln^slia «mA, oae anfc 4MI hiI flr^la Beaek 
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do 4a cut yonr 6mf^ iM» 

^bUliniiUljr from „_„ _^ 

tte ceater of taa> cookie. 

#Mkir(Ni have 
fear polnaettlaal 

or aMMt«tai]PciM win lore yvat 
PoliwMte tJbdKMfe and theyu loi% 
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«f WiTMlit lappH» fcaMJNT. rtniitlP QnjliflM 
I and iwi «iMmld add Qakn to mr^^mr^S^ 
ioA^inPl their «kMHUl lavor malMa IhIb tto 

to iftite ^ lil rnWU KSDtfHee. Ai Jpte 

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•b, yea's find exactly the Ub- 
okiaai yoa*Te pictured, f M kMchan 
or otho- ro<mtt! Cokwa, teilarta, 
pa^tns tbat will irtfer yea to m- 
drariaam. Mm ttat wffl. tool 

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llialia GardenlHiiti 
feOpen2&fiiei 
For Yule Tour 

"Suburban Christriias" will be 
the theme of two 9lHdia homes 



chopped 

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Rooads 

j Wlkbmtf fi dflMHi - 400* Oven 

I cup di silckf) butter 
}-«t% Arm)^ j^^ed brown sugar 
« taMed^<x«s 4^ulated sugar ' 
4 unbetfte* miy^ft. 
t teaftpoon mamA . 
2 «iM. iUiHi fldur 

WmWmit<i» mp^\e butter 
1*liole>«r Sll^tned Almonds 
<MMn b«tter« ^4 sugars thi 
dMam niaomi»;^t^. #eet in egf 
fdk am vaMlia. Mbnd in flour. 
Oilll. 1*a into I inch balls. For 
each co<*y, place tOj* balls J inch 
>apait4««wkie'>itae«. With bottom 
^f a gins Mrieb li | »%m n tHpped 1 
flour, flatten lU^ so that twtt 
rounds with spreM *nd bake tt^e- 
tbar .tai oae site to make eve 
«eak^. 'tiaralsh j<Mth date or apple 
biAMnr aitfl «lmolNis. Bake S to 1& 
wAMfies. 



to the public Dec. 13, 1 to 6 p.m 
IFbeliomes open will be Mr. and 
Mrs. Tenny*iQQ C. Wood, thalla 
DrJve, and Mr. and Mrs. iiarry £.| 
Pa«l. Dogwood Circie. AiamlQidafB 
will be 75 cents. 

Mrs. N. T. Amato U tn t9iai|ffi 
of arrangement.s with Mrs. H. «• 



Cooke School 
ftlma 

MiMiday, pec. 14 

grilled cheese or ham .sandwich, 
Kt^en peas, baked apples, blscutts, 
butter. 
Tuettdsy, Dec 13 

HaanbiM^r or 
iMitiered cabbage. 



Cheeseburger, 
rolls, cherry 



the Thalia Garden <:hft will opMij JgJSf^^ay.^DJ?'*!* 

Barbecue, cole ^w. apple sauce, 
rolls, butter. 

TharnOiiy, ©ec it ' 

Roast Turkey with dressing, 



rtleed peach^. parsley potatoes, 
rolls, butter. 
iPriday, Dec. 18 
fish «Uck«. green Beans, stewett 



FVecman and Mrs. "D. D. Colf ^ la^atoes. combread, butter, cook- 
co'chairmen. les ■ 

Ma»y unusual CtefiAiMtt Ideaal Uliiiday, Dec. 21 
will be f enured in both homes,! ^t ttoM, pinewiple salad, com 



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with all rooms "being dieoiated fn 
kpefrfng witl^ the occasion. Tlw 
Pauls bcMie will be ttoMiltKnuiT 
u^ng all WBtorJakfi Bmm tttOi^ 
Nafttire In ^k and White. VUe* 
Wood's home is m<>*ilu. 
en and gold ati the 
;ach club member itm 
in making th«*e twe 
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N«v. 31, imis a.m.— JkiMoiM^^, 
nth MM] l^wwte A«%. 

Mov. 30, H-Jl pm. — - FuWMWB, 
915 l^rrace A^e. 

Dec. 1, 4M «jn.— House, 18th 
and ParlH Anc. 

Dec. % «#e |>.m/— l«eleed oat of 
house, ^KSi wtic Ave. 

Dec. 3, 4:17 p.m.— Oirt up toee. 
612 2M\ itrcet. 

Dec. 8. «.'tO p.iB. — Meuae. I'm! 
MnMHlm Ave. 

Oec.9,tl^ p.«.--iaectric short 
<4rcutt, <Nl MOi 9tre<ft. 

Dec. % ^m |>.m.— Smoke scare, 
315 34th Kfeet. 

De<^. G, 4100 p.m.— 13cctiic sbert 
circuit, jrjth m^ Arctic Ave. 

Dec. 0, 0:30 p.m. — Electric short 
clreoK. £!t«t aad Atkintic .Ave. 

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at ChrMimas tiiae. ) 

VisirifDur nearest S&lf ^WMi ^mp redemp- 
tion center aod see the truly Awonderful selection 
of <|uality gifts you atn get with yotir filled col- 
lector's books. Toys fw ytmt to«|. Fine tools, 
wallets and oA«r gilts to 6ii\0A Dad. Hostess 
accessories, jewelry, m^Kdm, ftA -lots of other 
beautifui and usefol prJNents tM-thiivhoIe family. 
And many trwrc thrt youH also find pictured 
ami described in theiwondefftf StH Green Stamp 
Ideabootc. You can g6t ]f«Mrla|f free at store; 
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!ng offieir. c^i, Artfaur t. B4Mr 
ban been |rea«agiMcl to Slsafte 
0«ne«l O^wt, Cilif^ aonnllim-te 
an annoutMement from ftMdtjpMir- 
ters, 4th Tmnspertatkm TmnUii 
Command "C." , 

1%» fcl»rtlng deputy p<Mt cotal* 






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The CHRISTMAS Show 

With Fun, Thrills And 
Amusements For AU Ages 

TUESDAY, DEC. IS tin SUMDAY, DEC. 20 



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OF AGE FREE WITH ADULTS 



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Nativity Scene, Giant 

Christmas Tree, Santa's Castle, 

Wishing Well, Exhibits, Free 

Drawings, Rides, Games And 

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te At4iu^ MMI ' Ma tae iPtitnii 
pmMmm^^ mi kfitnttaua»i 
C o i wnand In R. tMU ^htre he 
pa t J|e M reelor <tf lga|tewrtftg. 
^•jMMtaiM cfliBiMiMtil Pt^fllofT 
o^ On iKh imnrtwMtkm termi- 
nal e^RHftttd >tr tn M*f Ifl^ 
upon the depiHuf frerti a« «»» 
mnd of Col. GecH^ E. WtNNil Ir. 

In Sept^ber of this Mtt. €»L 
ftalM' i«Mim«4 to Ac 1lifp«ar f^» 
tMA(ter^ ^llGc wiMB CM. ^hmin» 
P. Ft>pe assutmd omnoMnd it the 
TTCi AmpMM>tts THrtaiitg V^Uir 
ty. 

A gradiMite of WtM^lkM 9mt 
Unlvenrity, ceH^ lMfin> Mtiretl 
the U.S. Army in 1940 n • leeMd 
Ueuteoant. Cor^ of iSa^iers. 
mams WW li he auna is Ra««U, 
CuadauAnal, the ftitntptniN and 
Japan and by 1M6 teid risen to the 
tennporaiy raoTdl Cdldaet. Later 
reverted to the rank of U. Coiontt, 
the depai^Ut daputy comnmnder 
again beeaie a temporary ct^ml 
in 19Bfi. 

IMV^ hla Amw career. Colonel 
Bakef tmamOed Tale Unlvenity. 
where he wai l^fnted a «er^Aca^ 
in tramc mtnoement. Hi h«a alap 
tervm tm Hke Sepu^ itiMpfrta^ 
ate orricer, madquartei^ VS. 
AliBfi, AUMci; CWtf of PUtttt and 
Tlffl^lWwif^ terminal 9mUx 
DlvlMM tt the umce of tlM ChW 
c/t Transportatldifc KtoA as ttt Af- 
stiAani; i»glil«ert»f tsf SMy Of- 
ficer in the Amy QAMBS roroes 
at Fort M(«^oe» * 

Amoi^ hit ^^kWm^krt the 
Legion of Merit, the A(^ BWal ami 
the Presidential Cttattotl. 




. t^hal 
MAe^ tdHMi df 

rm itbiv ikirit^tm^w iNin. 
Ii«| iiiiiiii 1^^ m tm H^iuy 
am %mm mmjtmm m vir^ 

cdNMi ltJn.Mlll«MeiMMM made 
i^^fkvr dt the local yJk Mmy 

nl(« %<wj^ jTO; JiW «i*» the 
l^Ht iWiwiBi» waaHHiiwk*''O WHiiia ntt* 
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J«0it wjftl^ 
rarfMld C^ittaltlt 

g^ aiSww th .*9Hf 0|MmiMb«" a 
friefHfty coant*' i^leli Mm he#n <% 
capled by en^nflr Aggrewwr forced 
atd is; IJclng flherated a| UN re- 
qae^ iiir a Pg ^fatcflc Army 
Cmpi hmx, of wMcfe the tC unite 
ai% a firt,* , ■ J. 

OperatlMi CO<XP bi a NMrment o^ 

Itli fpCiiNK piqr tfi» exerclae 
«^lth aiaiKJhal support units being 
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Give A Gift Thai Grows 
LoveHer iach Yoari 

LIVE nmm mm-^^ 9.75 

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In tlM mythical situation of 
OperatiM COOP, the tSth Airborne 
Divisiali (iUnulated) iiUl have hit 
th« b w d h aa or the ^Mny-oceupled 
countfy and wni have progressed 
inland as flkr as Rlchiw>nd. leaving 
behtn4 Isotited pockite of aggres- 
sor nmatiiMin as the result of its 
fast iitimlMUt, Play ^ the Trans- 
portatMl iimtfB eli^wnu l>eglns 
with D |itui ft, When tte Terminal 
ConunttM tuM t}w» Nmaltons will 
ootne ajmore from landing craft 
asMI mim \g^ the MtiM fiaM «f 
^Mwkig Oie area where vmy will 
be subjected to Mtada by femaU 
fiwrtUa greups. 

Having Mcured the area, the TC 
lAita wttl b«girf a ixrrs (Loi^sttoiJ. 
0««r-The4Biore) exercise. This 
p6Me Wttl biciude a complete, self- 
swttatnh^ Mt up on the beaches 
to provide for the receipt of cargo 
f n^ ships standing off the beaches 
and delivery to the supply points 
and d^Mtt kicated Steeper wHhin 
Me thiAter ci op««ttonM. The 
Traus pa rt ation Corps' o«'n ship, 
tM M. CoL John IT. D. Paige, a 
ta^pk dbRhari^, lighter, will psr- 
yc^Mi tn C^ratlon COOP. 

Coating under the 'Terminal 
Command Ctmcept," which str«Mes 
dispersion for minimum exposure 
to nuclear and atomic weapons, 
the 4th Transportation Termlnuai 
Command "C" and the 14th and 
10th Terminal BatUlIon«. will 
utlllM Uie BARC (Barge, Amphibi- 
ous, Rcfttfpply, Cargo), the LARC-5, 
the Transportation Corps' newest 
five-ton amjjhiblan. and the DUKW 
(DUCK), tilje "swimming truck" 
of WW II fame, as virell as various- 
slsed cranes, stevedore gear, and 
other cargo handling etjulpment. 
t)umrtiy cargo will he handled by 
the TC soldier-stevedores during' 
the exercise. 

AddHtonal harborcraft elements 
fMm a Transportatton Corps Boat 
C(hnpany at Fort Eustis wlil par< 
tlctpaee hi Operation COOP. 

Due to particular important 
placed on the element of dispersten 
by the advent of nuclear and atomic 
Weapcms i|rto oMMlem, tactical war- 
tare and tte cstrw^e areas {tffeeted 
by these lww4^devek>!ped weapons, 
the "Terminal Oommand Concept" 
has been designed to give the maxi- 
mum tlexibflHy and maneuver- 
abllHy lo the Trsmsportation Corps 
in fulftlrh^ Its miSston of provid- 
ing lo^Moal support to the Army 
in the fl^d. Oeneralty. the terminal 
commands are self-sustaining, 
highly mobife oi^nlzations made 
up with TC units of battalion size 
to perform the mission over-the-, 



fidlttta and pax^ anywhwre hi 
the #orW.' 

TM *tt battalions afe alao oom- 
poMNl tf oentfNmy-MMd mm& at- 
tattaMi aeeortfiaa to type «n4 4ia> 

tMM it tiui temkm. Ttunfosm 
tMa Owj^ aariiylMas sre MahaM 
j^ tttniteal anrvk}^ ami In tee 
opeMMoM* of sWphftMMs tradiA 
and craft, the BARC, Landing Craft 
Retrtevam harbeneraft and oth«- 
boats and the aerial tramway. 

M thlt unique "bvdltti^ Uock" 
ayitem of organising a Transporta* 
tkm Terminal Command, each unit 
la parUeuIarfy tailored td the Job 
it has been given to 4a. 

Mur cmsntm^iMk At mtmt 

U^. ilohn W. Norton has been 
assigned as Comptroller tor the 4th 
l^n^KMt^hm T^natnal OmnmMid 
*C" at Fort Story. 

Major Norton entered Uie U.S. 
Arn^ in 1942 and received his c<m- 
flKtaston as a second lieutenant fr«n 
Officer's Candldste School In 1945. 
During World War II, he saw action 
In Japan and the PhllUpUiM. The 
Major also served in Jaaan and 
Korea during the Koraaa C^fllct. 

PrkH- to his f^rt Story assign- 
ment, he was with the Chief of 
Management Division, Transporta- 
tion Section at Headquarters, dth 
Army in Seoul, Korea. 

MaJw Norton is a native of 
Anoka, Minn., and attended the 
University of Minnesota before 
World War 11. His Army schooling 
induces the Advanced Transporta- 
tion Course at FOrt Eustis; the 
Coihptn^r's S^>ol at Port Benja- 
mhi HarrisMfi, Indiana and the 
OMRMtand and General Staff Col- 
if^ at Fort Levenworth, Kansas. 

BRAIt PARTY OF IMth 

TfUKM. CO. AMUVKS AT STIȴ 

The rear party clement of the 
5G8th Transportation Company, 
eonMsting of 22 enlisted men and 
onl oRKxr, artlved m Fort aory 
Mtti 41 irMMj^ hiiseton in Gioose 
Stay, Labrador on Dec. 1. 

Led by First ILt. Hasker K. 
Samuel Jr., the group returned to 
the 10th Transportation Battalion 
area to find their beds already 
made and a hot meal and is^owcrs 
waiting for them. 

The 566th Transpcw^Uon Cora^ 
pany has Ijeen on a summer re- 
supply mtMton in the far north 
alo^ with other units from Fort 
Story. The main body arrived at 
Story last month, but the rear 
party stayed behind to take care 
of last mmute details. 



Navy Whres Han 
Activities 



F.A.D.T.C., Dam N«k Naty 
Wives Club 207 has Joined foroes 
with the Officers Wives Club to 

provide gift wrapping serviM ftM* 
the servicemen, in the panagem^ 
of the Recreation Building at Jkm 
Neck, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., wecrtt- 
days during this month until Dec. 

i\. 

Also, a reminder to parents. The 
anftaal Chriitnas Firty for de- 
pendents cMdMfan "wm be held ia 
the bass theaM^r at Dmm Neek eft 
December 19 at 10 a.m. The Navy 
Wive« Club has airanged tlie plU^. 
Ji^r cntertsinment there will be 
Horace :McManus, better known sh 
Poop Deck Pappy, five c»U)Otts, 
and of coulee Santa Claite. Presents 
and candv will be dlsstributed after 
the entertainment, N.W.C.A. 207 
Will hold theh* month^ business 
meeting I>ec. 16^ at 1 p.m. to the' 
C.P.O. Club at Dam Neck. 




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The World pi Arts and 
Crafts at yoijr Door 

• CHINA 

• CRYSTAL 

• OVENWARE 

• CHR1STAAAS 
ORNAMENTS 

CONTINENTAL HOUSE 

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Mrs. Sijtak BmM- Johnaon will 
ntMiio^ ta hcrhona m 94ih 
Street after spendliv several iiref ks 
visiting her sister, Mrs. Kugtna 
Matthews in Poo^noka City, M4« 
and her brother IM rister-h»-Iaw, 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ri^^ IbqnAan 
of Dover, D^. Mrs. JcMmM aho 
spent Mveral days In J^w York 

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NOTICE IS HESBY 8IVER THilT 

THE BOMID OF lONIM 

APPEALS OF 

PrbieMS Aone Comity, Virginia 



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Hklflc AvwNM, Vifglnia %—th, Virginia it flPHlA. 
Mbriday, Dtaambtr 14, 1<l^9. 

All below caaes are appeahi frarK ttw BuiMing Inspajaor 
M'incess Anne County because variances canifet be comapad 
inth and »& a re»iutt a hardship tiUsts, ^ 

D. L. PSrrh* re<|uest8 a vartSflee froai 5* front \ aij| to 
** front yard to build dwelling at Chandler l-a*e, l<rt 132, 'Blor- 
dugfagood. Bay side Dtstrlci, i^^ 



% A, t)owns requests a variance ft*m 70* to .W on iMnt 
' tmu^mni corner yard to build Bulk Oil Plant mclHag 
I en »olla«d Swamp Road, lOU H >«». »^ 1* 1% 3f , 
Sfc, ». and 40, bkick 55. Eudid Pia», WttfMm tflmm. 

Or. .Wfck Oarrteon rWqae.sts variance of 8* front fWi to 
haiW aa open perch >,W,*«i«"n8 ^IW<ng on Virgirtii tMlch 
ftbuletard across fr#|Q|Ai««a 1Nil|wlng CenMr, M^^hM tis- 
wMsi. ' 

Wort Lan<r&ucr reqquests a x-arlaace from W iWlt Jt0t to 
f %<*<'d«r to build caiPportir x "»' m 51 st Streat. iA&itek 
O, llM-th MoUtes, l^nnhairea Mrfrict, 

Odl Herhirt M4 fMf»y M^Mats t varianaa^fran 30' to 15' 

front and from 0' to 5* side yard tn order to butld a dwelling on 
lot 9, plat of (Gordon and Hume, 8901 Street, Lvnnhavmi District, 
Noith Virginia Bearfi. Vh-ginla. 

the ftrntng Admlhistfitof fequestsUie side »rte irtft hicks in 
tite Sub^Jlvlsfon of Eastern f^rk, SectloljL, I tHtf ti b» Varied 
fr-om 10' to 0' In order that the property owffertt tim' 1»fc«» Irtmllar 
uses as ottwr std»4tvialMM mim tdMiar tMRI %Miil ^MHHslons. 

AM persohs who have anything to Offer Uft w 

invited to atton<l. 

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Very yuly ytMin^ 
William D. Nagg 
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POMITIOX IX FARM IXCOMK 

Virginia has been one of the few 
stales this year to have higher cash 
recaipts from farm marketings than 
in !».%. 

And. way agricultural ecunomtata 
at VJ*I. Virginia should kj^p this 
rflativ»'ly favorahle relationship In 
IWiO. I'VHM I hough total net farm 
Ineninc may wt^U t>e wniallfr than 
this Nfar. The inrreat>e in Virginia 
this year has been entirely due to 
higher receipts from the sale of 
crops. Receipts from livestock sales 
have Lfen iower. In I960 crop attd 
dairy prices are exp«cted to remain 
steadier than liveirtock. 

A favorable a-spei-t in the fann in- 
come situation Is the fat-t that 19»30 
?houl(J Iv a year of high consumer 
disposable Income. A hlgli level of 
employment, comparatively small 
ut fairly widespread wage ralaea. 
and generally high economic activi- 
ty will mean that consumers will 
iMive good Incomes and should be 
In a spending frame of mind, the 
ecorjomists say. Of cdurse. only part 
of an lncr*a.se In consumer diapos- 
able Income goea for agricultural 
products. 

There are few, if any aJgns that 
I960 will be one of the yeara of 
smaller farm production. In fact, 
most signs lioint to another near- 
record year — a year of too much 
proiliKiion to keep gross fann lu- 
coiiic even at Jfl.W levels. l.,arge 
stw ks on hand will depresH prlce.s 
of tJie price aupfK>rted ctMnmodltlea, 
with the posaible exception of 
dairy productn. Heavy pork aupplieK 
plus more beef will continue to 
put pre.sHure on retl meat prlcen. 
FruilK and vegetables are more 
influenced by short run price pat- 
terns and by weather, j*o are niOre 
difficult to , pi-etllct. ' Overall, how- 
ever. It seeniH that lOOO's agricul- 
tural production . will Ibe large 
enough to discourage any price in- 
creases. 

There is Utile chance of any ma- 
jor drop In the cost of production 
Items on the farm. A few, moutiy 
Ihone of agiicullural origin ttuch 
at< f^ert and bretnUng stiK'k, may lie 
lower Tn piice. M(»<t items fi-om 
oulsUle farming itself, however, will 
show an Increase, mostly small In- 
creases. Increased efficiency In the 
use of production Items may lessen 
the effect of higher cosIk, but the 
main effect of production conIs in 
ISMJO will Ijo toward a lower nei 



farm incoiw. ilhey feed without fear, th** 3fM>dal 

Pann land prtcM in tefft VlP- Mt evplaliu. 
glAla and TIm> United §!«{•« eoA- Furthennore. th« aatleoaguiaAt 
tinued to rt^ during Ih# four- fod^ntieidee are polaonoua to faiin 
month period ending Mafrb 1. t9fi«. animaW. aSd by ualfig rrrammead- 
On that date, the average value <rf ed lower concentrations the farmer 
farm land and bulldlnip in Virginia can note symptom* early enough 
was $l.m;tt< per aci«. oampared . to lave a farm animal which acci- 
wilh $120.42 two year* prevloutily. dentallv eats some of the halls. This 
Most of the rise Ir attributed to In- ' might hot be the case with some of 
vestment of capital in addltlMial the more violent poisons, 
bulidlni^. During th« two ymat, , The violent poiaona. such as Red 




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'round, how v^^ould you like to receive a nice fat 
check to pay for all gifts? It's easier than you 
think when you s^ve the Christmas Club way! 



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the average value of farm build- 
ings per farm rose from 16,133 to 
^^5. Thf value of building in* 
ereaaed H and the value of farm 
land increaaed about 1/5. 

However, by July ). Vli^nla 
liad liecome one of only three states 
in llw nation tu t;how a decHne in 
the price of farm toad since March 
1. North Dakota and South Dakota 
were the only other states with 
a decMnc. Virginia's drop amounted 
to 1 pereent. For th« iuitto(^ land 
prices rose from an indet M. 188 to 
l<i9 (1947-4H equal 100). 

What liappenA to farm bw»d prices 
in the near future depemU lar^ly 
on National economic growth. With 
expanding poputatkw afkd Uintted 
land resources, the upward traod is 
expected Ito oontinuit. HoiWtver, 
even with an upward tf«n4 land 
prices will fluctuate from time to 
time. A factor tlwl may cause a 
fluctuation or leveling off of farm 
land prices is the recent rise In 
interest rates. A.s credit becomes 
harder to'get, the number of buyers 
on the farm land market will drop, 



S<lulU. ANTU, b*rlou tairbonate, 
zinc phosphide, and arsenic, still 
can be used; but they sometimes 
cost nwre per rat killed, and re- 
quire more preparation and more 
ooncentrat«(| efforta over a short 
period of time than do the anti- 
coagulant type poisonH. 



DAIRY tmOKt 

cwnma bbst e\'br 

The seventh Annual Short Course 
for Dairymen will be held Decem- 
ber Uth and leth In the Eklucatiop- 
al Building of the First Christian 
Church, at ISOO Colonial Ave.. 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

litis eyept, sponsored by the 
.VgrScuitural Committee of the Nor- 
folk Cliam^»er of Commerce, Is, in 
my opinion, the beat Short Course 
that has been held during these 
seven years. A large group of dairy- 
men are expected to attend, so it 
is wise to get your reservations in 
early. Send your reservations to 
the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, 



_ 229 Boush Stre^, Norfolk, Vlr- 
causlng' either'a' si"ow-<>own ' In the ' ?•"'«■ Th*'"* ^ * '^v* *>lla»" '«« 



rate of Increase, or perhapa even 
an alJHolute decline. 



flOVBRAX TErtTH .HERR 
IMi*KOVRl> VAItlKTlKM 

Early, non-sltatterlii^ varletle.'* 
with better standablllty and Seed 
quality are being sought in M>y- 
bean "tests at the Eastern Virginia 
ReseaiVh Station at Warsaw. 

The search for varieties tailor- 
made for Virginia conditions and 
'needs supplements the regional 
teiiting and evaluation program 
done in cooperation with the U.S. 
Department of Agriculture's Soy- 
bean Laboratory and oth«r state 
experiment stations in the South. 
. Uniform varietal testa are con- 
ducteil each year at six different 
locations in the cooperative fat*- 
gram. The tests include KtaiMbird 
varieties aUaig with promlatng 
atnrlns fixMn breeding profram*' at 
the different locations 
varieties. Hood and HIU. Rave been 
released during the past two years 
as a ri'sult of this co<»perat!ve pi*- 
grani. Both show eonsWeraWe pro- 
mise of becoming leadings vitrieties 
ih Virginia. ^ 



for the two day Short Course. This 
includes two meals, and the cost 
of getting certialn speakers. 

I' would like to call to your at- 
tention the etkclosed program. It Is 
an ext'eltent one, and ihe program 
that every dalryntan in I'rincess 
Anne Coiiniy should atteind. 
Tuettday, Dec. IS., Morning. 

Presiding. E. L. Wood, County 
Agent, Norfolk County. 
10:00-10K)&— "Welcome"— Dr. S. F. 
Thornton. 

10:0.>IO:'15— "l>abor Saving In .Mod- 
ern Dairying" — Professor C. D. 
Kite, Extension Agricultural Kngi- 
nfer, VPI, Agricultural Extension 
Service, Blacksburg. 
10:36-11:05— "Some Trails Ahead in 
Dairying"— Professor Oeorge Hyatt 
Jr., Head Department of Animal 
Industry, North Carolina State Col- 
lege, Raleigh, N.C. 
UKi^-ll:}*— Recess. 
tl:l5-ll:|6>-"Wavs to Take the 
TwoTewi ^'"'•^ <^t °f Dalrylng"-Grady W. 
Miller Jr., C«unty Agent, Wake 
County. N.C. 

11:45-12K)0— "Why Market Milk bv 
the Bulk Tank Method?"— Edward 
Jl. Tucker, Manager, Southslde Co- 
operative Milk Producers Associa- 
tloti, Inc., Blackistone, 
Lunch. 
Attenooa 
Pi^tdlng, E. L. Wood, County 



FRRDING Trntm l!N1»ISRWAt 

Does the feeding of ground for- 
age alter the composition of mtlk? ', Agent, Norfolk County 
Dairy scientists W VPI have found f l.-Q0.1:l&r-"PDrage and Hay Froduc 



that the answer to thk* qu^tion 
may jdepend upon the liheness of 
grinding. 

They discovered that when rath- 
er coarsely ground non-pelleted 
grass hay was fed; bo reduction in 
fat content of the milk was ob- 
aetved. 

On the other hand« wl)<n diwly 
ground non-pellet«l alfalfa ha^wSa 
used, milk fat was reduced in tome 
cows. In both cases, the ground hay 
was readily consumed and milk 
pjxKluctton well maintained. 

No long hay or siiage was fed 
in these tests. 

The fee<1ing of gmuhd, pelleted 
hay was also studied. No chaises 
In fat content or solids-not-fM con- 
tent of the milk were observed 
when a ration of pelleted mixed 
hay and concentrate was fed. 

Dally intakes of 4-potmd8 of 
pellets with 16 pounds of grain per 
cow were obtained In this work. 



KODENTK IDE8 KILL fOAITliT 

Virginia farmers who use reftan- 
mended anticoagulant ratkntk<ldes 
to protect grains. bulWM^, and 
llvestoik again.st rats stoii^ni ^ 
discouraged because* the poisons 
seem to work slowly. 

J. M. Amos, rodent control spec- 
ialist at VPI, says that the antics- 
gulant-type poisons now reeom* 
mended as a weapon .agalnxt rats 
do work slowly. "And it la Jtwt 
ttiat quality which makea them so 
effective," Amos says. 

He .says many queries have been 
i-eceived about using other poisons 
or Increasing the amount of anti- 
coagulant type poison In the halts 
to speed up the killing action. Since 
the antl-coagulani action is sk*w. 
the rats do not become alarmed by 
violent deaths of their feltows, and 



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tlbn m "fldewater"— E. R. Cockrell 
Jn, County Agent, rt-lncess Ann« 
County. 

1:1W:30 — "Ct^stal Bermuda in 
Tldewater"-.-E. Y. Hbyd, Director, 
Plant Food Institute of North Caro- 
lina' and YltSinta, Inc., Raleigh, 

N.<;.' -. *-■ .' 

\:a6-2K)0— "Why Uniform. MUk In- 
sp«ctlon?"^M. W. Jefferaon. Chief, 
Dairy Products S^tion, Division of 
Animal and Dairy Industry Vir- 
ginia Depariment of Agriculture, 
Richmond. 
2:06-2:10— Recess. 

2:10-3:00— Genera) Discussion — W. 
Clark Fleming, Moderator. 
Wedaetiday, Decenber Wh 
Moniliig. 

Presiding: E. R. Cockrell Jr.. 
County Agent, Princess Anne 
County. 

10.-0O-10:05— "Opening Remarks" — 
J. Edward Ames Jr.» Chairman, 
Agriculture Committee. 



WsW-lAAl— "ronlTOl of Iwtert Perta 
ol »alry rattle"---Dr. J. 0.*Itowell. 
f:3rteft#si.in Kmomologisl, vn Agrl- 
cultural Extension .St-rvlce, Blacks- 
burg. 

10^^5-11 :!.'»— "Fire and Aecldent FVe- 
ventkm on the Fami"— Charles II. 
KlMihner, SJate Engineer. Ameirt- 
can Fore l^oyalty Ort>up. 
|l;13-U:2r»-^«re«g, 
11:25-12100— "If You Are CK>lng ta 
Keep on Making It, You $ave dot 
to Sell It"—Parke C. brlnkJey. Com 
rnMskmer, Virginia Department of 
Atgrlculture, flichntond. 
Lunch. 

AfteeAoAA 

Pf«sMlli(: t. n Cockrell Jr, 
County Agent, Princess Anne 
County. , , 

1W0-2-J0 — •Protective (Immunel 
.MIlk"-HDr. w! E. Peterson, Depart- 
ment of IteiVy Husbandry, Unl- 
versllv of Minnesota, S. Paul, Minn. 
2::JO-a:bO— (leneral Discussion — W. 
Ciarjt Fleming, Moderator. 



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■^ERVINC VIRGINIA'S FASTEST CROWING COUNTY" 



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VOL. XXXIV. No. 51. 



TELEPHONE GA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA B^CH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1959 



OASSIWiO Am PAi 



Beach, County Joy Fund 
Urgently Needs Quick Help 



SiNaE COPY, 5c. BY MAIL $3.50 PER 



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Chrlstmaf morning wJU be a dim 
one for many families in Virginia 
Beach and Princess Anne County 
unless you lend a helping hand to 
the annual Joy, Fund spbn,sored by 
the Virginia BmWi .iunlor Chamber 
of Commerce. 

TIjis year, as In seanonR past, the 
entire cHy and coimty has Joined 
forces in providing ilonallons. old 
clothes, toys and frnxl to needy 
families, 

Virginia Beach fli-emen have 
almost completed ivpahs on the 
old toys, while the Jaycettfs are 
^ur^ently mendjJ^ the old clothes. 

Jaycee Joy Fimd chairman Mike 
Katsias again stressed the fact 
that the Virginia Beach and Prln- 
eess Anne County Joy Fund drive 
Is separate from-the Norfollt unde^ 
taking and more gupport Is needed 
from the local businessmen and 
residents. 

Donations may he sent to Joy 
Fund. Box 274; ihe Vir^nia Beach 
Sun-News or the Princess Anne 
Free Pre.«ts. 

Savings Stmnp 
€ift Bocrfcs Id^I 
For Christmas 

If you are searching for that 
Ideal last-minute Christmas gift, 
the Bayslde post ofHce has the 
Answer — an attractive gift book 
containing United States Savings 
Stamps. 

"While everyone loolcs to us to 
do his Christmas mailing, few 
peo|}le think of us as suppliers of 
gifts," Postmaster Merrel M. Nash 
Jr. toM the Virginia Beach Sun- 
News today. "Actually, we've been 
In the business for sotrte ytirs now 

Uh Savings Stam{». an4 they're 
tn Ideal gift." 

The «lft hooks eowe ^ two alM**^ 
tnb I2.5rt, v^ion cofi»h*« «*« s-*"*- 
~- "" ■•"■ ' rime:-* 
stamps, ?lpi# ar# ^Sm mm* 
Sayings Stamps many jwtmgRt<rt« 
%»vn t»e©n iniVlng all year on their 
',mt00f 9k>hool Stamp Days. 
. "We not onlv s«»ll the gift stamp 
Tbooks," Mr. Nash salA, "we give 
without charges handv album In 
which to keep the stamps. When 
.you have the itlhuin full, you can 
take It to a bank and exchange it 
for art Interest-bearlnjf ' ITnited 
States Savings Bond. It will pav 
you at the rat? qf »■ tier c«ij com- 
pounded seml-antfual'v. when I\eld 
for the full term of .*?vpn years and 
nine months." 

In addition to th«» ""* hooks, the 
Post Office sells inrtlv' '<«al Savings 
Stamps, ranging in size from 10 
wnts to $5iM. Savings Bonds can 
be purcha^d at most hanks and 
many .savings andioan associations. 



Balance Forward $200.00 

Mra. Michael Glennon 10.00 

In Memory of John Lathrop 25.00 

Anne H. Brooke . ...... 5.00 

Mrs. Geori^ D. Brooke 15.00 

Elizabeth ,M. Meredith .... 25.00 

Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Tankersley 10.00 

J. R. Prltchard 10.00 

E. H. Church 10.00 

The Colony Restaurant 5.00 

Mr. it Mrs. Ira E. Church,. 5.00 

Mrs, Robert Hardawav 5.00 

Mr. & Mrs. Matlory H, 

Ferrell fi.OO 

London Bridge Baptist 

Church 100.00 

Faye & Ray Bratten 25JI0 

The. Barton SImmon.s 

Card Club B.00 

A. S. G 5.00 

Boy Scouts 6.17 

In MenK>rv of Louise 

Grlgg kadle SJSO 

Anonymous . ., 2.00 

Virginia Beach Rotary 

Club 100.00 

Galilee Episcopal Church .. 15.00 
Mr. L Mrs. A. John 

Dennis Jr 10.00 

Mr. t Mrs. Howard D. 

Kahn 5.00 

Mary W. LeBoutllller ..... 5i)0 

J. t! CroRswhIte Sr 5.00 

In Memory of Conde L. 

Raquet " 25.00 

W. R. Hatchett 5.00 

The Women of Eastern 

Shore Chapel 10/10 

Bonnie Enterprises, Inc. . . 87 JM) 



Seem of Living Nativity 



A Navy chief warrant officer 
suffered one broken and one bitten 
hand In a Hght with an Intrutter 
In his home early Sunday. 

Edward Solomon, USN, 42, of 
the «7«» block of BaysWe iMiad. 
said of the fight; 

"It felt Mke it went on for an 
hour." 

Mrs. Solomon woke up about 
3 a.m. and miw the intruder prowl- 
Ing the bedroom with a knife In 
his hand. When he nrepl down- 
stairs she woke her husband. He 
followed ihe intruder. 



Total 



|746j87 



Early Christmas 
ForCrippM 

Santa's sleigh bells will jlMlte 
nwrriiy through the halls of Crip- 
pled Children's Hospital In" Rlch- 
a few dayjL be&ji'e Ohrlatmas 



Charges of misconduct, raised 
against Mrs. Linda S<ft>ell Mednlck, 
2«. In a Wtterly foughj divorce 
Action, In PHiwasB Anne Circuit 
Court, have not been ilustained.- 

The suit was brought by her 
husband. Lawrence Mednlck, 29, 
violinist and Globe Iron Construc- 
tion Co. engineer. Mednlck will be 
awarded a dtvoree on the grounds 
of desertion. Attorney Paul W. 
Ackiss, said Tuesday. 

"Mednick's contention In his suit 
that hlB wife had "committed 
adultery on one or more occasions 
with one or both of the men 
named in the testimony." was rtot 
proven. Judge Henry W.. Mac- 
Keniiie Jr. held In his decision. 




Special Tex Revenue bidicsto Virginia 
Beach Enjoyed Banner Summer Season 




Revenu* from ro«MR« avd mcris 
indicated 10,<% was a iMmper sea- 
son In resort bustnesM at VlrgiQia 
Beach. |a.<^5^IO was reported by 
the clly for the period of May to 
November a-'i'the amount subject 
to the special .^% tax. 

Ah all time high of ^730 In- 
quiries received and procesaiKt by 
the Chamber of Ctunmerce was 
reported as a i-eturn from news- 
paper and magaslne advertising by 
Laura l^mhe, agency head luinttt- 



an annual report reviewing the 
resort's program at the December 
IS meeting of the Virginia Beach 
Advertising Board. 

In outlining the riHJort's promo- 
tional pro^fram under rhe ^urlsaHc- 
tlon of the Advertising Board, the 
agency stated that .110,913 promo- 
tional folders on the resort were 
distributed by the* Chamber to the 
State Conservation Commission, 
transportation companies, the Vir- 
ginia Travel Council, travel shows. 




Ing the resort account, who mad.'' rnnvenUon solicitation, inquiries 

New Pea^s Store Here Is 
Praised for Size, Beauty 



^ six children, the eldest 7, were 
left unattended for more than 24 
hours In a Virginia Beach apart- 
ment, Poliee OMirt Judge E. V. 
Gresham was vM Monday. 

The parents, Lawrence Nichols. 
iR, a serviee station employe, and 
his wife, Margaret, 2S, both of the 
300 block of 24th street, have been 
eharfed with contrlb|i!y|ag to the 
delinquency of min«f children. 
The chikltHHi, 17 mon|hs to 7* are 
now. in Wdrar« D«pta^mi#it cus-. 
tody. .- ' .' " 

V 




Brownie Troon 
Entertains Oab 

Brownie Troon No. 223 enter- 
tained the Virginia Beach Lion's 
eiub on Monday night with a 
QiTlstmas skit, Han^ng a Christ- 
mas Wreath. 

Members of the cast were Donna 
Snider. Teddy Ketsules. Candls 
Robeson, .^usan Wise, and Roberta 
Lash. 

Carolers were Sharon Over, Pam 
Summers, Mary James. Diane Mc- 
Chesney, Patty Garvin, Sheryle 
Ernst, " Carol Crockett, Marsha 
Crockett. Lynn Dudley, Valery 
Ryan, Bonnie Dwn, and Trooo 
Helper Jinx Bayne. Mrs. Lewis E. 
Smith is the leader of this troop. 



trees, ^y wrapplhgK will' conceal 
presents (^r each girl and boy, and 
to make It even more estcltlng. most 
of these presents will be exactly 
what each child wqueated. 

The KIwanis C}ub of Richmond 
sponsors the. Christmas party, and 
many other groups and fndlvidtmts 
contribute to make tlte hoUday-a 
never to be forgtAten o^ashmr fbr 
these children. 'A natlvltV paiwant 
presented bv the patients Is also a 
tradition at Crippled Children's 
Hospital. . c ^ . 

Then on ChrL-rtmas morning each 
awakesi to find a big brlifht - red 
stocking stuffed with goodies and 
little presents. 

/Officials of this free hospital for 
needy children are hoping that 
thev'wlll awake. t0 find a big mall 
.sack filled with gifts to help them 
meet hf^ipltal operating expenses 
for the current year. Their Novem- 
ber drlv^ for funds now totals 
$lj9.8a).08. They need »140,(*0.00. 



Tlw M»nc of the Living Nativity can be viewed each night 
of flie Christmas week, beginning Monday night, December 21. 
through Thursday, December 24, from 7:30 to 8:30, on the lawn 
of Tabernacle Methodist Qiurch, located in Princess Anne 
County, on Sandbridge Road. It \yill be 4n a very natural setting, 
with the Lotus Gardens as background. It is hoped that evei7- 
oiw will take advantage of the opportunity to view thb at least 
one of the four nights. 




NEW YEAR'S EVE 
DANCE IN 'DQMr 

The Princess Anne-Vlitrirtla Beach 
Committee which Is . sponsoring a 
New Year's Eve dance In the Con- 
vention Center has announced that 
the dam% will be limited to 400 
cqunlen. 

The dance Is schedufed from 930 
p.m.- until l;30 a.m. and the tickets 
are on sale at S5.00 per couple. 
Tickets may be purchased at the 
Conventton Center, 



In nBeilved 
422 Mht BMkt 

' ihie .Virginia Beach-PthiiDess 
.iAnne Public Library has received 
I 422 »>{deB <rf new, books /or the 
use ofkhe patron« of the main 
library, tocated at 302 22nd Street, 
and the Bookmobile, which oper- 
ates ofi scheduled stops throughout 
the county. 

Citizens of" the community are 
cordially Invited to stop by the 
llbrmy and, browse through the 
Christmas table for desired Christ- 
mas books and ideas and to enjoy 
the manger scene and the Santa 
CIduB scene on exhibit. Mrs. Lief 
Andersen, of the Library staff, did 
the decorating for the " enjoyment 
of, all. 

The Library will be open to the 
public today, Thursday, Dec. 17 
from 2 pjn. to » p.m; and Friday 
and Saturday, Dec. 18 and 19 from 
10 a.m, to 5 p.m. 

The Library and the Bookmobile 
will be closed to the public from 
December 22 to December 26 for 
Inventory and the Christmas holi- 
days. It will reopen on December 
29. • 



vention Center May Be 
TdJEjMiou 




The new People's 8ervM« DTug 
Store on I.iskln Road opeifted ^trf^ 
last Monday and the drug rhatn 
has been receiving compiitnvfltii 
from all quarters on Its l»w Vir- 
ginia Beach'Prlncefui Anne County 
store. 

F^trmal opening ceremonies w»re 
held last Monday morning wKh 
Virginia Beach Mayor Frank A. 
Duseh serving in a fiHnUlar ■ r(4e. 
that of cutting the triMlUloiMl rib- 
bon and officially openliig the new 
stone to the pubUc, 

Thought to be the secand iarfMt 
Peoples store south ot W««htn#on, 
the new faclUty Is eecencl only to 
the Umd faetllty. St^t tAhur 
stores will be built, firm offh'Ws 
said today. 

Wlibert QN:;iNuiell te the mw» 
ager. A nativ« of Pennsylvania, 
O'Conneli lives In LaiMdaia. Ha 
has managed tlM PeojMi start ta 
the' LakeUnd 8hop{>ll«* OiMw f«^ 
the pnt three years. R. O. Wallnr 
Is the assistant matt^^. 

Containing f2.750 scmare feet, the 
new store will he stafted by ^hmat 
ao ta»cai em^^rwi. H wttt inrtiMUi 



Tentative plnn^^ to errtarge the 
tltnt ahimlnunvdomed liullrifng hi 
America, the Vlnjlnia Beach Cort- 
vemion Ce^r, ate \»e\ng dlscuHW^ 
at City Hall. 



n-cc-wt'd .sta>,'(', ILinkfil by dress- 
ing rooms and a balrony for film 
projectors, monitoring equipment 
and JNcllttles for press, radio and 
television coverage. Tlie balcony 
would hf rearhed by a spiral stair- 
case. 
T}tt» convpntlon center now seats 




"We have found the pre.sent 

.stage is not adequately localPd and 

we need dressing nxMns for stage i t^ ., e^^ ^^ , a^ 

and sporting evints." Richard f l^^^^f*^ ^Z""""" ""^^ ^'H «"" 

Keeley, convention cent<«r manager ' ^SfvfnH^n h« 
o.in -Is.^^^n., '^ I Convention schei 



said Tuesday 

The landmark, which openetl 
May 11, IftijS, may l»e *>nlarge(l in 
time for the big "lOflO conventions 
scheduled there. 

The expansion would Include a 



schedule in 1900 In- 
clude.s the Virginia Pharmaceutical 
Assn., the Society of General Prac- 
titioners, the Medical Society of 
Virginia, the Slate Democrats' the 
Baptist Bf0th«rhood and the State 
IJons Club. 



Postmaster Anticipates Late iaH 
For Tbose Wlio Procrastinate 



inetf 

th» 

l)e offered 

Store hou"' will be hwn * a-m. 
to 10 p.m. dally and ftan 9 am. 
to 9 p.m. Sundays. A fiiarmactst 
will be <m duty at all Ihnes, 
O'Cphnell said. 

1^ «t6re want stocked t^ a team 
of ekperts from Washli^gtM. CKh«r 
experts have been tralni^ tha new 
enlirtOyes. 

The Janaf store emnktya 36 
people and occupies l9^Qpo square 
feet. The Vh*gl»la Beac^ store Is 
located on Laskln rtwd next to 
the newAA * P Super Market. 




wibsieifT o^dw Nio^t 



iwfw FootMl 



•^'if- 



Chief Johnson Sounds Warning 
Against Use of Blast Caps 



Chief of Police Reeves E. John- 
son Issued a warning today a^lnst 
blasting caps which every year 
blind or malm many young^rs 
la the U^t^ States. 

Hiese caps which ai*e u^d to 
detonate charges of d3mamlte may 
appear to a boy or firl to be 
harmless, but "In- the hands of an 
Inexperienced person they are ex- 
tremely dangerous," the chief sah!. 

In a statement directed to both 
whilts and boys and girls. Chief 
fohnaon warned, "Anyone finding 
a cap should not touch it, but 
aimild imnmUately pep<wt It to 
tte police Or some oth« law en- 
toreement (Mfm-." W»se offlcers 
know how to dh^c^ of them Wlth- 
•ot harm to anyotw. 

Some b^i and girls do n^ know 
a aip when they see «ie. Others 
knew the i»fw will «p)ede but 
IM uaawwe of tte gngwt Oum'l 
lMrtf«d. Tba dt^maym of a bla^ 
lac eat ■Mdc ftumt m meui fly- 
IW «it In an mtmem wHh tiie 
tmt^ of a riA> buDet 1%Me tmM 
a a gfiiMila mm tnjun m Mtad a 
MrsKi erm at a distance of ^)0 
Had at 



B^ra. 



Blasting cm^ are copper ae 
aluminum sylinders about as big 
around as a lead pencil and from 
1 to 6 Inches long. There are two 
kinds of caps. Tlie "ordinary cap" 
is exploded by a burning fuse In- 
serted In the open «kI. Tlie other 
kind Is an electric blasting cap. It 
has wires coming out <me end. 
When electric current Is applied to 
the wires the cap e^lodes. Blast- 
ing caps are used In mining, quar- 
rying and construetton work, land 
clearing, oil prospet^ing. pipe line 
laying, and many other nec^Msafy 
^Im In indtaAry and J^p^lture. 

SOdlM bto^rs «^ wMic wHh 
as iiMRh em* as th^ toe with 
dynmittc. %9mnt boys lind giris, 
howaw, ttifeik of them ai tesctiiai- 

flitt&af tt|« adnM^MMS are lost 
or t^emau fvmei^m find them 
UA U^dc tt wmia be Am to hit 
one wiUi a «^ea or ^Mt at it wItt 
a iHil or knliS. fills ki ^Mitt Mre 
te eqjeda tte a^^lv* dm^ in 
the mg^ 

CkM Mtoaen m^ Ite mtftit^ 
a*d« lor % hey or gM to •WMTT 



Lntherans List 
iiOt Activities 



Christmas activities of the Luth- 
eran Church of the Good Shepherd 
will center around Holy Ctom- 
munion, a Sunday School pageant 
and party, and a Chriirtma.s Eve 
candlelight service. 

The Sacrament of Holy Com» 
munton will be celebrated this 
Sunday morning at the regular 
11 o'clock worshljf service. Special 
niriatmas music will be sung hy 
the choir. The Rev. J<An D. 
Kelster will deliver the sermon, 
and Mr. James MMgett Jr. will 
assist with the liturgy. 

On Sunday night, at 7 o'clock, 
the children of the Sunday School 
will pr^mmtm^ '^^ta-istma's Story." 
Ilie scenes ot ^^ nativity will be 
dmi* In panlanimc wJth special 
lighting enecta. Urt. Jamw Berry 
is the db«eter. ARer the profram, 
t^me will be a party In the ftriah 
Hour with a vtsit trem Santa 
Cl«u. 

A am^U^t servkx at 11 p.m. 
on ChrlMmaa Eve will climax the 
Chrivtaias etii^iratlon. The pastor 
will ^ve a brief meditation and 
the eongr^atlMi will join in the 
slj«b^ <rf tnMtittoiuil oiroto. 

tne Wrtn JMqoe Sdiotrt^ located 
at the lA^HMr Awch, wUl pre- 
•Mt4i CteMiMa ppepam eo F¥t- 
4i|r n«aAng at lo Q'ekKk. Mrs. 
tf. nm\ ta tile ^reetcr, and Mn. 
M. mjma, MriMs with the teachiii«. 



"The time has passed to talk 
about 'Mailing Early for Christ- 
mas".' Postmaster Howard s. Myers 
said today, "but you can still help 
us to avoid a tremendous last 
minute pile-up of ChrLstmas mail 
if you'll send all gift packages ami 
Christmas cards right now!" 

Tq the inevltabU' last minute 
mallefs lie suggest-; that you use 
Air Mall for every Christmas card 
Of gift going to distant plaofs out- 
of-town. He points out that even 
a few hours delay at this tiitlea! 
time may mean disappointment for 
your friends and loved ones <m 
Christmas '^ay. 

The Postmaster says that he 
expects the 19.59 Christmas malls 
will break all records, and that the 
mail load will undoubtedly hit Its 
peak within the next few daysi. The 
flood of outgoing CljrlRtmas cards 
and gifts Is being matched by a 
like torrent of Incoming mail that 
is Ijecomlng greater every dav. 

Postal employees are digging In 
harder than ever, and for your con- 
venience, the Post Office will re- 
main open from 8:30 A.M. to 7:.30 

Annual Christmas 
Party for Children 
Set for Dec, 21 

The Annual Christmas m»'«y for 
children will be h*»ld In the Con- 
vention Cenfpr. Monday night, 
Dec. 21. at fi:.3n o'clock. 

Lt. Cdr. Glynn A. Oglesbv, Ch.C, 
USN, wni give the Invocation, 
After a word of greeting bv Mavor 
Erank A. Dusch. Santa Claus will 
jn*et the children and give each 
one a Christmas stocking. 

Immediately following this, the 
W. T. Cooke School Band, Virginia 
Beach High School Band, and th# 
Eire Deoartment Munlclnal Band 
under the direction of Mr. Vfalt 
Griffith will present several selec- 
tiww. and accominny all thcMe 
^Tsent In singing the traditional 
Cbrtetmas carols. 



P.M., Including Saturday. There's 
still time for local dellverie.s, but 
all Christmas caMs should be sent 
by First Clas^ mail. Be sure to In- 
clude your return address on all 
CUiistmas card envelopes and pack- 
age ialiels. 

The Postmaster expressed his 
thanks for the fine cooperation 
from the public so far. and asks 
your continual help so that all gift 
pjickages an<l Christmas cards can 
Ik* delivered liefore Christmas Eve. 



Christaias Recital 
To Be Presented by 
Hardin School 

A groun of piano students of the 
BrLstow Hardin School of Music 
will he presented In a Christmas 
Hecltai at the 'studl<». 312 .^'>th 
Street, Virginia Beach, at 10:.10 
Saturday nrwrning, December 19th. 

The following students from the 
classes of Bristow, Hardin, Charles 
Hardin, and Elizabeth Cornlck w^lll 
perform: 

Wary Kevs Ferebee, Mary Jo 
Kcllam, Dale Anna Dean, Susan 
Hersbey. Lyndle Costentjader, Tate 
Dlck«>n. Jane . Silverman, Georgl- 
anrw Miles, Susan Blosser, Mellnda 
Harper, Ed Underwood, Sharon 
Rotjerts, Pamela Hogan, Helen 
Vakos. .lulle Shepard, Helena Rod- 
riguez, Jane Lynck. Maynor Eth- 
eririge. Talbott Jordan, Pelham 
Boyer. and Joyce Brehm. 

i^ollowlng the recital the film of 
Tschalkowski's Nutcracker Suite 
will lie shown, and refreshments 
will be served. 

The public is invited to attend. 



fiSBitXLE 



The Bay CokMqr Oaftfea CNh 
has aiMinimced Ihi annaal C||^ 
mas Oreeas «*^w|K tf IMNIa* 
V'Hdar. Dee. HI grma § a.ti. 
■ntll « p.m. at the Slut atreet 
Ct^Oaial more. 

Wreaths, greei^B aad awaggiag 
are ineladed hi the ip^M to N> 
sold. Swagglag orders are hetog 
haadlM by Mrs. R. P. Blake at 
GA »M4a, 



:..-<' ^ »ir ~:i 



OCEANA — The playoff for the 
Princess Anne County Junior 
FVmtball ChamplQn)irtit)> hm been 
reac«|^u|«} for SatHrda.y, Dec. 19 
at ^ ban., ^n Cox Stadium «t Prin- 
cess Anne f««h School. The game 
was postpoAed from last Saturday 
due 10 Incleruent weather; 

The0c«Tra0hiais,^f4) will play 
the Diamond ^pi^gi Comets (Ml, 
for the Junior crown< ^o ndmlifimn 
win be charged and thi |NU»W 

lhvlt*d. *.' . ^(0^ 

cHnmrnj^ m^AL co!fCKitT 

The Vli^nia ftBBfh High School 
Chorus, tmder the direction of M^ 
J. WUItam Miller, will present its 
annual Christmas conceK Decem- 
ber 21, 1059, in the school auditor/ 
lum at 8.-00 p.m. 

The program will Include selec- 
tions by the eight grade mixed 
chorus, a solo hy FaVe Coppedge, 
and numerous carols iw the com- 
bined voices of the boys' and girls' 
senior chortises. 

Everyone Is welcome, and a lariw 
attendance is expected for this 
special choral event. 



Holiday Caution Should Be 
By-WonI for Next Ten Days 



and other avenues <rf exposu 
selling Vlrgtnls n»ach. 

$.%,TO2 was t^ amount ex 
In 29 major newspapers a 
number of consun^er nwgasli 
ger»erally promote Virginia Beach 
and to directly produee tlfe 30.730 
inquiries receive* Aceordhl^ '- 
Richard Keeley, executive dirw 
of the Chamber 00% dt the in- 
quiries were ksyed or fliledout 
coupons cut from the newspaptr 
advertisements, < 

An exhibit of all phases of.j 
prt^p^m for the year Included 
of the newspaper and maj 
evidencing the extensive ar 
of publlWty attained by Virginia 
Beach from April thttmi^ Septtm* 
her. The amount the s|M>e wmdA 
have cc»t had It been purchasaa 
was written in red across tiMl- 
publicity on each newspaper iHlffa. 
One such sheet showed 91. SmJM 
of free llnM^i^e In one of the couw- 
try's Qiajor newspaperp, Tha ageff4||r 
«dvlsed^ that on these pages «i^ 
hiblled there was a total offiS 
photographs and fy\ publicity 
•itorles resulting from materlsLMi 
lease<l bv Its office' for the ClMM^ 
ber of Commerce, 

The display snd report ai«» 
covered the bllllxMUtl aimpallJIt 
confirmation of 11.700 In free raSi 
time In one of the resort's hCM 
marktta» vaiioua ayeclal vraitii^ 
Aiow tfn6 proof of performaMRB 
oardf from 116 TV st«tk>ns In » 
stataa whieh tele«ls«d Aw Mhr 1^ 
minute Virginia Beach movie, t- 

One of thi ^ovel spwial mm4' 
tlons in tte ji^play ^ flUlMM 
was a lunkir swe> newspaper dp 
voted to Vln^)^ BtMh which wa« 
printed whho# 4hKrge by th;i 
Toronto Globe and Mall and dl^ 
trit^flted to C^iMian travel a|an% 
andin ttai'ttew»|»aper*« «)wniMk|ay<t 
buiiau. 

QtiWr business 
meeting of the Ail 
was a dlsmairioM 
fomaitkin an 

'^ffSfH^fM .... 
^ifiiMii w tha Adynljd 
OMwMed In rhe ahsnit* 
Banks, the board's chairman. 
The Advertislhl^ Board of 
glnia Beach b etmi^tsed oC 
vottaig MMdhewc four ai>polviit 
the prsaMent. of the Chamber,' s| 
appolntad by the ^^ayor. 
repre»ntlng the diamber — 
president of the Hotel. Mot«t 
Ck^Mage As.soclatlon, the pr 
of the Retail Merchants, tha 
itent of the Roataurant Asaotl 
the chairman of the Historic 
AWictetlan, a representative 
City of Vlt^^i^ Boalbh. tha 
dent of the CiMmbaf of CavMM^ H 
and the director of the CMiveMm^ 
Center. 



tnondhll' 
- ir« 





BOARD OP Sl'PKRViSORS 
to HSm' MONDAY, DW/L\ 21 

The Board o( Supervisors of 
Princes Arnie Coimty will have 



"Don't kill your holMay by ac 
cident." 

This was the slogan adq[>tad by 
the Virginia Beach Police todav for 
Its December program of iraffhf 
safety education, which is part of 
the current, natk)n-wtde effort to 
hold December traffic daath to a 
minimum. * 

"It Is Ironk?," Reeves S. ^hnaon. 
Chief of Police and head of the 
program said, "that Decem^r. 
which Is traditkmally tha hanplest 
time of the year, |s alao Ul» AMld- 
llest. This is particiilariy true this 
year since the Governor's High- 
way Safety Commttt*e «>tin;iates 
that about 700 trtHk deaths 
throughout the natton wUI oG«ur on 
Christmas Dav alone." 

Unfortunately, at no other time 
of the v^r, are we hmm ^Mred 
by weather and physical cotldttloos 
to slow down niountlim ttvffic 
fatalities than In Decwnbw. Be- 
sides the usual reduced viaihillty. 
bad weather and slippery mid sur- 
faces so characterUitIc of whiter 
In funeral, the Pollco Department 
pointed out that the prweh ca of 
large numbers of drinkfi^ dHwrs 
on the street constltuftM a ttwhace 
that reaches Its hel|^t during the 
Christmas season. 

"The drinking driver." Ariinatm 
said, "isft't a problem unlqut to 
the holiday seaacm ^ ai^ MpiMps. 
But big prevetanea dinlftg tte im- 
son's festlvlttos pc^^ up the 



one meeting for the month of 

December, the regular meeting will I desperate need for wtdiHqifiMl b& 
be next Monday, December 21, at He educatkm on the haar^ ha 
10 8.m. 'creates." 



The police pointed out that about 
one In four Virginia drivers In- 
volved In fatal crashes last year 
was known to have been drlnkbig. 
Abmit one In five of the adult 
pedestrians killed had al.<w been 
drinking, 

"These, figures mean that there 
were about 247 fatal crashes last 
year in which either a driver or a 
pedestrian was known to have 
l>een drinking." Chief Johnson said. 
"And the holiday season had more 
than Its share of these crashes." 

The Virginia Beach I^llce asked 
all Virginia Beach citizens to keen 
off the roads and streets this month 
if they have been drinking, and to 
watch out for those who have 
failed to do this. 

"If you are planning to attend 
a Christmas or New Year's party," 
Johnson said, "make your trans- 
portation olans before you leave 
home — either in terms of public 
transportation or with a non-drink- 
ing friend." 

The police al.so asked all em- 
jPloyers In the Cltv of Virginia 
Beach to emphasljie the daneers of 
driving and drinking to their em- 
ployees when laving plans for of- 
fice Christmas parties. 

"Don't kill your holiday by ac- 
cldem" Is the slogan selected bv 
the Virginia Beach Police Depart- 
went for Its December program of 
traffic safety education. 

The PoIIdb Department's work 
this nKmth'is l)eing conducted In 
cooperation with the Governor's 
Hif^way Safety Committee. 



Koiglits Facing 
Petersliarg in 
Boxing Here 

The Knight's Boys Club of Vip. 
gtnia Beach will meet a boxing 
team from Petersburg In the Con* 
vention Center on Wednesday 
night, December 2.1, starting at 
8 p.m. 

According to all reports the lOiNlt 
boxers are among the best In tha 
State and many have won Stata 
championships ' In their weight 
divisions. 

1%e Vli^la Beach club haA 
been on an organised basis for tlw 
past four years and has developed 
some of the best amateur glovemen 
In the State, according to a recent 
report In the Petersburg news* 
{Mper. ^ 

Some of the top fighters on tiiA 
local team arc Jimmy Oregoe^l 
Elliott Bridges. John Marshall, l^nd 
Gary CriMs. 

The firet bout Ls scheduled to 
get underway promptly at B o'cloekJ 
Tickets are one dollar for adutta 
and 50 cents for, children. 



1 



Yule Pro^nun 
Set for Asbnry 
Methodist Oiureh 

"The Christmas Star." a Chrtjia*" 
mas carol and candleltghting senif* 
Ice, win be presented for the Fraite 
els AfOjurv Methodist Church. Dcct 
20. at IM. The* aervtee will Hitf 
held In the John B. Dey Scl 
Great NeckRonA. the temwrj 
meeting place of the Fian:|r 
bury congregattim. 

The servto la tl» story of 
birth of Jesus, told In Scripti 
narration, and carol, as I 
throuiBb the ejws of tte star 
BettileliHn. The namtn' wUl 
the Rev. E. J. TViykir, |M«tor. 
Junior and adult ctelrs wtU 
acoompanted by Mni. m^m 
Hams, the <4iurch j^anM. 



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CHXiSIHAS SPECIAIi 



Mnt ta ttto M. R Ik 
M% AtaPMnt mt all ^rtotan 
fttttaiU Mlck a«4 fiMM ^ 
ItorPmbrr 19, 1K». 

Simois Ptrferali &irfo 

S301 AU«0tic Aveaae 

MKNkrCAtMM 
Vlrglafai Brack, Vm, 






M^cn 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN-NEWS, THURSDAY, DECEMBfi^ 17, 1^9 




mniAY 



Tha Virginia m^h Solre« will 
five Ita Chrtetms* d«noe Friday 
nli^t a4 fi pjM. m TwclMr IMI 4^ 
fcalUii EpN#^ Cfturch. , Tl» 
iiiliip wIM M ttrtilBhed te^ fiajf 

chapeftjnw wlU be Ift-. an^ Mfli 
Wlinara Rue^r'm. Mr. ani Art. 
B. Y. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Douglaa 
KuJmwJ. Mr. and Mni, Clinton Walk- 
er, Mr. and Mrs. Rov Foick and 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Holland III. 




I 



• Iif aalMivea, Va» 

im Vi. iMchMnL 

SHOm POM THE LADtES AND THEIft DAUGHTERS 

Open 'ta 9 p.m. MMday thru Friday evenings 

BetuiUfui 

OiriAnias 

gtft SUj^StlOIU 

ftv all tlvB youi^ l&iies on yo'tr list 
' we gift wrap at no charp 



C3iri^iiiM Tlmne 
Of Beach Juiimn: 
GurdenCIuybJ^et 

the Junior VlitfpUl B^h ^ 
lA^n Club met «tTuAK^, I^ 8 

^c II ^m at m pmAa jme 

Ojurttiy Club. 

Christmas ^rrangementf Were 
brought by the member* «nd rib- 
bone were ait«n|iNl tlie« ieHkming 
ladies: Mra. Jofeeili SilM. tlMlor; 
Mrs. DawHon Taylor, Mr». BurkB 
Withers Jr., blue rlbbona; Mra. Lee 
Whltehurat. Mrs. Ralph lUdfeU 
and Mr*. Robert M^^, rki rib- 
bons; Mrs. John Cromwell, M/s. 
4. Peter Hollmd III amt^lfra. 
tt>bert MeMhaW, J«»# flittMa. 

Tte iw^gea f^ IM. l^d 
JDormlre, Mm. S. P. McC(»ioeM and 
Mrs. F, A. Van Patlen. 



Personal Mention 

.) Mrs. John Elmer Johoa^ has re-, Hunter, wbo have bten ^nding 
Uw«^ to her hMMMMQittreeti the fall and aarlr wlMvjMMiUta 

tfur apending mvtmjrma ^|dt4li} llaplegj Ital|K jre«MM4Wed«e8- 

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rtOCKV MOUNT, N.C.-4)r. and 
MrM. Claiborne ThwMlt Smith an* 
nounce the en^u^ltnt of their 
daughter. Miss ElltihCth HeiDerl 
Smith, to Dr. John MlUo^ Initi^ 
Jr. 

Dr. Miller Is the son «if Mr. and 
Mr*. John Milton Mlt»r of Vlrglhfa 
fiibach and Mathcwa. 

The wedding will take place Feb. 
20. 



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fh« MiMagl fit Miaa |%Ary 
J«uin« Ptlllto of Virginia Beach 
ai^ Li. (JA) Richard Francia Mc- 
Knlgbt, USNR, took place Saturday 
It &:30 p.m. In" the Chapel In the 
Woods, Naval Air Station. 

The <»remonv wa« performed W 
CSndr. Gfrald H. Sergent, (Ch.C) 

The bride Ik the daughter of Mrs. 
George Cleveland Phelpn of Iloper, 
N.C. and the late Mf. Phelps. The 
♦wltft'groorn la the wjn of Mr. «1d 
Mr*.- Rart W. Mcknight of Brldjge- 
port, Conn. 

Oiren !n marriage br her 
brotherlnlaw, Mitfltael (lldttneHI 
of .'•Norfolk, th# llrWe wwe a floor 
length gown of whltt; taffeta, ntyled 
with a nhmihter wide neckline ap- 
p]|<|ucd with Alencon lace sparked 
with aequins. Her ftngwr' tip veil 
of IJluridn fell from a JulWt cap 
trtaamed with nequlns. She carried 
a white prayer book topped wRh 
a white orchid. 

MKsseH Bettve L. Beleh and Sara 
A. Slater. *©th of Vlrgloia Beach, 
were bridal altendanta. 

Earl MeKnight Jr. of Atlanta, 
Ga. was be»t man for Ws lirother. 
The groomsmen were LI. Lou 
Roger,'* of Vlr#nla Baach, tt, (j.g.) 
Gordon L.. Murray ot Ocean* and 
Lt, (j.K,> GltadoQ Batm of mm 

folk. 

After the ceiemony a r«;e^lon 
was given at the Breezy R>lnt 
Officers' Club Naval Air Station. 
Later, the couple left for a south- 
ern wedding trip. 



•nd Bra. W. Ikumt i%maa bf 
OOftr. Del. MN. JOhl^ Um t^M 
a lew daya in New Yorit Ctty. 

#aMM If. Mt^m IV trill arrtvrt 
today from St. Faui'a School In 
Brook landville, Md., to spend the 
ChrtetmM holi<te78 with bin par- 
ents, Mr. m$A Um JaMta IL M^- 
dan in, In Bay dolony, 

Capt. ai^ iki% H. L (iumM* ^ 
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Lt. CteMir, aad Mru CMrfd Han* 
cock and (fal^^t•r, Helen. M CaU- 
fonaJa, Md., wui tunfivt w^M^y 
i^ #Mi# the MUli^t #m Mi^ 
Hancock's mother, Mrs, Jftmes U. 
Goode, on Plnerldge Rd. 

Mtb. RIetertf C. MMW 
today to visit har am- 
dau^ter, Mr. and M 
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Ikn. H. O. M«Wn Is gpendtt 
iitir«ral (tivH tbtting hvr son c 
dWjpitEr-lri-liw, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 
j^mng n^wn ai tMsfc- H«me m 
I^HVlalNli'f. 

Itft, Marian O. Udmowls will ar- 
rftt MMii^NB«iii^ mm ii*^^ Ir^rtt 

end with her mother, Mrs. Julian 
Osbohic at h*r home on XM-d St. 



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Ml. and 
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d^ of l^fer ^ppiten ; 
0ray KraMlblK, to Wi „_ 
Jordan, son of llrs. Robert JBdwar 
Jordan of SouUi N<»rfolk and the 
im Mr. ^^Mp 

IUm l^ARyi^ill u employe<} bf 
the U J. Army Corpa of engineers 
in Norfolk ^Naval Shipyard, F<orta- 

"Ad iftrnttiH wlU Uke pHiW M 
the spring.'' 



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In hut wedt'a ad««rtlMjMAt «f 
the Vlr|hiia Beach Federal Savlngi 
and Loan Association the wroii|( 
<Mm wvm published ulaWfl la Me 
new antlel|Niled dlvidmd rate of 
four per cent 

The correct date* are published 
this ii/kek in the ad ap|>earing on 
thk pa#l>. 11i« SiflMVHrs repvts 
this itrtkt. 

wnuAM imuMvi 

Instruction In 



Give Her a . • • 

Gift 
CertifkiMB 

... Let Her Choose 
Just th# Righf^ift from Our Collection of 

Silk Serves— Liatem . 

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Mlns SllWred Sfingue of New 
York will arrt^ Friday to .spend 
the holiday 8ea»on with her slater. 
Miss .Mac Sprague. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Tlmras. form- 
erly of Portsmouth, have moved to 
their new home at 203 7ith St. 



Mife l:il«»l)eth rtodler Sottth 
l^d, a ^udent at Goocher Calkige 
In Baltimore, Md., will arrive Fri- 
day to .>»pend the Christmas holt- 
days with her mother. Mrs, J. J. 
^j^Wi^iHd, at .hv lk)m« in glnl- 



BIRTriS 

Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. E. S. Carver 
announce the birth of their sixth 
^•hild, first son, Edward S. Jr., tiorn 
Sunday, Dec, Kith, at D* Paul Hos- 
pital. MtV. Carver is the former 
.Mi8« Mary Cary Carter of Norfolk. 



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Mr. and .Mrs. Wllhitxl R. Ashburn 
Jr. and young son, Jeffrey, of New 
Orleana, La., will arrive Monday 
to spend Christmas with Mr. Ash 
bum's j^ft'ttts. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 
Ashburn on 32nd St 



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gift merchandise at iTiii 
shop'' store * . • 

also, our charge-account of , 5-m»nth buflf et 
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Please remember to purchase your Plartli^3alted Nuts 



Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hill II 
and ^-oung son, William L. Ill, will 
arrive Sunday from Fayetteville, 
.V.C. to spend the holidays with 
Mrs. Hill's brbther-lnlaw and sls- 
t^h Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Colten 
In Princess Anne Hills. 



Effective January L 1960 
Payable June 30, mo 



ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $10,000. 

VMfilNIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINSS & LOAdi ASSOCIATIHN 



Mr.-i. J. W. Enorh.s and William 
Walthall, both of Hoiwwell. wl|l 
spend this weekend as the guests 
<« Mr. ahd Mr». Jdlin !■'. Winn Jlf. 



Ralph Shaw^ and Rupert Hughes 
of New York Clty^, will .spend this 
weekend .vfclttim fcf- •«! Mra. 
Lathrop B«tafl gt kUmf home in 
Princess Anne Hills. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dar^n HI 
and yoang daughter^ ntna, of 
Biaek.sburg arc vlslthjg Mr. Dai^ 
lien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 
barden Jr., at their home on Mth 

StlHH't. 

Mr.x. Holman C. Rawls Jr. ami 
dadghtcrs. Mai-y Clinton and 



&uidraBiigp 

Engaged to Wed 
Pfttriek Standing 

Mr. and Mr.^. Rovall Ashinorc 
Brigg.s of Birdneck >olnt tnnoimce 
the engagem^nt of their dauglUer, 
.MLss Sandra Keith Brlgg^s. to 
Wlrlck lAlgh landing, .«on of 
Mir. and Mrs. Janws J. Standing 

Miss flrigjrs Is a .iSSO graduate S 
JBlrtorle Mobster Jurtior C^llei*, 
WMitilfton. 

It^. Standing l.s attending the Uni- 
versity of Virginia artd te a mem- 
bef of I^ Oannna Delta social 
tt^ternlty. 

The wedding will take phKre Jaa. 




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Mbs Margaret Aun Beacliuni be- 

Sinie the Bride of Rodney Murray 
al^u In a cerenidriv al ilcrtfortJ 
fci^lst Church. MertforU. N.C. 

<n» Rev. James D. Matfox of- 
Heated at the Oct St swvlc*. 

The brWfe w the daughter of Mr. 
and HH. R. U Bbwnuni of Port» 
mouth. WA ti^ e ffUM fm 
are ^. mnti Stft- mtmf 
UaflxM^el hot^m Bittei 

MiKlltocy hMiett of Vtr^ia 

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Put foot comfort of f ht fdot of ttio U9t for aif 
tho family this ChHstmos . . . ehooso from our wondtrftft 
**f«Nly'* df et'hofvie footwear for Mom, Dad and 
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BED ROOM SUITES 

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Fine Selection of ^ 

Wall-to-Wall Carpeting 



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FOR THE BENEFIT OF LATE SHOPPERS WE WILL BE OPEN EACH EVENING UNTIL 1 1 P.M. THRU CHRISTMAS EVE. 






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Vfislnia B«aeh m the Move 



Two c^Mitopmerifs this week again point 
^ the Met fut^ <rf VV^Ifiie Ben^ and 
the br^t jprf^p^m for NncHenw gr&wlh. 
The fujfillment of fhit "dm^m" h tq\me\y 
up to the bMinf^gfi^le, we beMeve. 

The devel<^}m^^ ar^t«*ili *»pwght 
out the past week was the fed tlwt Vlr- 
ginia Beedi has already aifrii^d some 
oonventiora of such size that #w pfeseiif 
Convention Center must be enlargil. This 
was pointed out by Convention Director 
Richard fCeeley and It was understood that 
tentative plans to enlarge the facility has 
be^ discussed amorig cMy oMiaals. 

An6ffw»r interesting point was the com- 
preherwiv^ report nMde to the Virginia 
Beach ,^verHM»HiMrd by the Teeel 
advJwtlsliig agency han^fllng the city's 
advirtisft*g and pi^licify program. The /e- 
pon^>iV4iteitNlfhe City had expended 



nearly $31, OCX) in newspaper advertising 
for the past summer season. It further 
sh(wed,nhat the Chamber of Commerce 
received a record 20,792 inquiries ei#i«f 
dlr«:tly or indirectly from this program of 
pr^iKJtion Mnd ad^^ising. 

The report also covered the city's bill- 
board program and 0ie radio and television 
time devoted to Virginia Beach. The adver- 
ting board was pleased with the results 
of the program which showed Virginia 
Beach growing in popularity with the 
tourists. 

We believe that to insure a continuation 
of the efforts put forth by the city it is up 
to eirch ir^lividual to do his part in wel<x>m- 
ing our visitors and in making their stay 
a pleasant one. There is no better advertis- 
ing than a well satisf i^ guest in our midst. 





mms FOB VETERAIVS 



MmfTf r. Caiper it^ lEMneW <rf 
the Vtirftela DftiMori of War Vet- 
erans' Cte'ims. A Stoite 9fene^: which 
assists', veterans ai^ xurvi^irqrs to 
(A^ln their lawftf iien«Rut> «i- 
iioun|!«a t}» foHowlM falfor«Mitloii 
of it^^irest from bib tMee In 
RoanoKie. ' 

Wtm tMi i» appraaiditaf vim 





to the 
tUM'ta many 

^aes«3r- 

m'mk.mBmM0 the perK»s 

. jm:W9^$S(m. To m^ 

i «*SMf «HWi Oiree w mef* 

rt mtm^ ^»vk toe as 
' iaN Mr tte. v^Me faaUiy, 
- "^ f^ l«.ter fMU-t, and 
11 Mil Iff; te. tlw amount she 

itbMMtm. Is true when 

t» rmMng Social 8e- 

N^atr^wWtf and bis 

iMrt pm^ ^vt Social 

cHidca «Mi!h to ht^ 

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Socvrity makes an 



aWM^. the original notice shows 
the amounts pa^bie to the bene- 
flciary and to the IndividuaJ de- 
pendents. Clwck that notke for the 
an^nt due the principal bene- 
ficterj. which Is the amount reports 
able as -Income to the VA by ^e 
veteran or widow. 

Wc cAKMi Mparempihwriiee the 
tmpmttmtm to viAmmm tst atM^ur- 
tw thatMrtvaa Uiat th(^ have 
ai^uilwa Me penen or persons 
te whtMbi DM»|f w«at their govern- 
ment Me hu»naiiee paid In the 
went of their death, there an> 
KtW tnstanon hi which the pro- 
' of government life in8urane« 
are being paid to bene> 
to Whom we are sure Sie 
wouM ii^ have wanted the 
to lie maat, aU becauaa 
f»H«e to provide tar chanies 
fa depelidency rtatua. Claima lor 
insurance must be {mM apcofdlil^ 
to the last deKignaticm of benes 
ficiary artd selection sf opttonal 
sett]iett»nt. 

It Is also quite Important that 
insured veterans make certain that 
pyment of isstuatMe* proceeds will 
be made accoidtng to their indi- 
vidual needs. A lump sum settle- 
ment may have Iseen (he most suit- 
able option when the veteran last 
nottfhNi the Veterans Administra- 
tion ot his desires, but now condi- 
tions may have changed m that 
paymMit in a lump sum would be 
unwte. 

Brlf^ng the beneficiary desig- 
nation aed selection of the metlw>d 




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«««!■«« «BHa Hhiki 




of settlement up-to^te is a very 
simple operation. A form designed 
for the purpose is complete! and 
filed with the Insurance division 
of the VA at Philadelphia, which 
office returns a carbon copy to 
the vetei-an as acknowledgment. I 
have a supply of the forms In my 
office or with me wh^ visiting 
contact points in my area, and I 
wtH be pleased to a^ilst any inter- 
ested veteran. 

Thwnas A. Moore, Norfolk serv- 
ice officer for the Division, at ^3 
City Hall Avenue, will be pleased 
to assist and advise any person con- 
cemtoig veterans' affairs. Itkiore 
visits the Conv«»tldn Center, Pa- 
cific Avenue at 19tb Street, from 
11 a.m. to 3 p.ra. <mly. on the 
second and fourth Thurs^ys each 
month. 

African Violet * 
Society Okerves 
&r]jf Christmas 

Christmas came early this year 
at the home of Mrs. Shirley Speight 
when the Lynnhaven Afridin 
Violet Society held their monthly 
business meeting and Christmas 
party. AU members were present 
and fire visitors welcomed. A beau- 
tiful aluminum foil Christmas tree 
trimmed with blue t)aTrs graced one 
comer of tM room. When tuiwcd 
OB the tree rotated and played 
"aient Nii^f ' The mantel was 
decorated with nu^nolia leaves and 
Christmas balls while nandlna was 
used to ctecoraM the piano. 

Hie waj^ and mMtts oommKtee 
repoited that all fruit cakes the 
club iia«i onlercd to ml\ as a fund 
rals'ng project had been said. 

It mm (teclANI the dub should 
b«»or a shut-in at Christmas tlnw. 

Mrs. C. W. D^gs worn a Hue- 
gold rlblwn for her arrangement, 
a composition featuring Christmasj 
Eve. Those winning rlbl»nS for 

Kanta were .Mrs. C. L. Herahberger, 
rs. Ilarry BiUup.s and Mrn. Paul 
Tower. 

I^ie^l waste was f umkhed tov 
David He rsbhar ger who sang ta^ 
song» and was accompanied on 
the piano by his slater, nttle Cindv 
Hersberf^r. Mrs. G. E. Hughes. 
wi«B of the Rev. Hughes, told a 
very intereiittng Chrlstma.s btoi'v 
enlithnl "The Llltl«,-t (k'neral." 

Aft«»r the meeting gifts were ex- 
changeil and refrci^hmcnt.s .served. 



FORT STORY TELLUVeS 



HTORY TULE OBSBRVAKCE 
TO BEGIK TH» W6SK. 

Fort Story will b^n Its holiday 
observances Friday with a preaen 
tatlon of a portion of GeOrge Fred- 
erick Handel's oratorio, "The 
Messiah." 

Mr, Richard Harrison III of Cra- 
(lock will direct the chorus, con- 
sMli^ of yokes from tM VUr0nH 
Bmch. F^ncaM Anne, NervlMF. 
Maury, StmUMt % WMiipglnR «m 
Gran% Uif0i S^MOl^ the CoHaie 
of wmiam and Itey at ^mfem, 
the Ctmimunity MeOioii^ CSiimdi 
<rf {Hntsmouth and . tl» ettmiM 
choirs of Fart Sl«7. 

Featured as aolot^ wUI IK 
Barbara Chilton, aopraao; V^3ft 
Coppcdge, soBraa«( ^ 
Marsh, c^tinfto, aad 
Howard Marsh, l»raonl. 
Ck>Uer will be the ae§ui0i asi 

«iiiftiti4afitt«r mi Mbmfi^^fW 

the |>iano. ^ " " 

Sihifiay at f ^.m. ar^ Poit 
Chapel, members of the Pn^astant 
Sunday School will |H«se^t a 
Christmas pageaat, "A PromJae 
Fulfilled." 




iBeginnIng at 6:30 p.m. Christmas 
Eve, the young pjeople at Story will 
travel about Carolling, an annual 
event cm the post. At § p.m. Christ- 
mas Eve there will be a candle 
light service for Protestants an pik 
at the chapel, with Commmkni 
services at 10 Christmas nwrahaig. 

Catholic ScrviccK will include a 
midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, 
and a » a.m. , and a aoon Mass 
ChrtstflMs day. 

nfwtv ofVKmt AMnfts>*'ro 

MJI^tnMl COUBt LAW 
raACTICB 

In a cerenKmy at Wa^rtMM^ 
DC, in the pTMance of IMff 
Jurtfce fA the Suprame Omi% mft 
Warren, 1-nrst Hi Andra B««(M» ^ 
sletant Staff iudfe Advacafe «* 
Fort Story, was recently adwimwl 
to praclk^ as 'an ^rM^ «Ml 
couaaeior hefM% the Bvtfttmiit CM^ 
of the United States. 

lA, EvHs received thte Mmmt 
under the sponsorship of Brigadier 
Gen. C. E. Straight. Assistant Judge 
Advocate General for the ivrmy. 

A native of Ahoskie, N.C™ LI. 
Evans graduated from the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina with a 
>icft«'l er of Arts (fciMlt. la |aH 
and received aa LLd mm Vim Um 
ic^oot of the Univ^^rfKy itl«artk 
Carolina in isne. 

After completing more thm tteae 
years of active mlliui^ duty. Ll. 
Evan;^ plant* to return m March to 
prartlcp law in Atieakie. He Ls 
pr^•^^?nlly living at Fort Story w#Hl 
hi& wife, Nell, and 4xie son. 



Story Officers Wives' Chib early from a resupplv mission in Goose 
this month, at the Officers' Club) Bay, Labrador on December 1. 

Led by First Lieutenant Hasker 
E. Samuel Jr., the group returned 



b^*a. 

Entertaining the Army wives, 
tvlth three groups of Christmas 
Carols, was the Granby Hl^ School 
, CHrl's phorus, directed by Mrs, 
tSeanor Waldcn. Emilie- Friend. 13, 
a stud«nt at Kemisvlfie iunlof 

atfrfM 1MNM. W^m^mSm tMa, 
ciwlt w e uubms txdbmmei ChmtaaM 

ftt^ 

OMWto^the MeaUMinch^ 

W^mtHk P. Pl^pl, WW! of 0(n, 

mm m^ catmumlt^. Mrs. 

W> Xjis. Wife 0t Gal, Aux. 

0tHomr el the %4 

at NamiAaB naade 

md Mm. Ch«i4es 

Wtte of U. Cri. ItlAg^ 

afflcer 



to the loth Transportation Battal- 
ion area to fliki their lieds already 
made and a hot meal and showers 
waiting for them. 

The 566th Transportatfon Com- 
pai^r has been <mi a summer re- 
IR^^ mls8i«m hi the far north 
amg With other units from Fort 
Story, The mala body arrlv^ at 
l^iy las* nnonth, but the rear 
party stayed behind to take care 
of last minute details. 




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meeting wMch pre- 
ceeded the social pr^[ram was pre- 
sided ower by Mrs. Lawrence 
F&n^t eluh president. Mrs. George 
Fofli^ ac^ as program chaimum. 



14«h BAfTALWK WINS 
SHOW M«n« GAIIK 

In a driving downpour, and a 
aiuddy field, the 14th Mtatlon six- 
man teoCbatl team of Fort Story 
taMdOd the tOth BatUlion a 6 U> 2 
defeat at Fort Eustls on Saturday 
to a ^thful crowd of more than 
a tha^pwd pe<q4e. 

I^Qrtaff *" tte P^t EuKtte anniHii 
f^ww Marl, the two StcMy torams 
«* the fi«M with l^ntieal 
a fM- the season of 8 Wtas 
«Ml llm ta the U.S. Army Trans- 
llhMitef (^KmaM six- 

itmS a^ coin ky Maj. 
R. VlMet^, Com- 
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Oinstmas Services I *^^«SI 
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Suntlay, Dec. a) at 3:M p.m., a 
Festival service of Lessons and 
Carols will be pre.sented in the 
Eas-tern Shore Chapel. The Juniw 
and Youth Clioii* of the church 
will lead the singlM. Children ^ 
the Church School aid f4«Ate will 
take part in the aMe^N 9IMe 
readings ie|Mctuig the NaUrttv. 

£)ec, 2i at na* p.m. Festival 
Celebration of the Itolv Commun- 
ion. 

Dec. 25 at 10:30 am. OletwaU^ 
of the titOy Communion. 

Vestrymen EfecfaNl 
At ]^<«ni 9im*e 

At a recent Oingrepittoial M^- 
biV the following men were ele^ed 
t« iwr*^ a\i V«ti^iH«i fiMT the 
|M-Mli in 1W9: Wtitar H- 0^ 
bfi^fi, Joel eartaoa, 9^ O. 
^rte, W. £mniM^^ t^«A 
Mayo, AlfrN l^mr^mmVi^^X 
ren Littteum. Omi^ C tarflh. 
Walter L. Tucker Jr., Vtvtm 
\'andev«nler and Nlehotot G. \M!- 
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mt tlHi^m wm aM mmm* ta 
the mud. Grotmd plays were the 
order of the day due' to the i>lip- 
pe^y bafl. but iWtted /fther ^am 
Httle vardage as the back.s had 
dlOTcutty in trying to maJcc the 
turnti. The flret stanza ended with 
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Atwmtnfmtv 

Sfaj. John W. Norton hjis been 
4ae%^e«( as Comptroller foe the 4th 
TVaftsportatlon Terminal OMQimaad 
"C" at Fort Story. • V 

* •1Haj(rt- Norton entered lie U JL 
H^ lnl942 and receivMHis Wm 
mmioii as a second lieutenant from 
Officer's Candidate School in 1945. 
During World War II, he saw 
action in Japan and the PhilUpines. 
The Major also served in Japan 
and Korea during the Korean Con- 
flict. 

Prior to' his Fort Story assign- 
ment, he was with the Chief of 
Management Division, Transporta- 
tion Sectton at Headquarters, 8th 
Army In Seoul, Korea. 

Major Norton Is a native of 
Anoka, Minn., and attended tlie 
University of Minnesota Ijefore 
World War 11. His Army schooling 
indices the Advanced Transporta- 
tton Course at Fort Eustis; the 
Comptrol'cr's School at P^>rt Ben- 
jamin Harrison, Ind. and the Com- 
mand and General SUff College at 
Fort Levinworth, Kan." 



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Port Sloty reecMly tdi^lid 
to three officers <^ the fMlMi 
Anny who visited thb AwghteljMu 
Training Fadlllty as pgrt W ttMtr 
tour of the U.S. Army Trtewpagte- 
Uon Training Command. 

Col. William P. Pope, Command- 
ing Officer of Fort ^ry, wrt- 
comed Maj. Gen. Cenial 
G-A. turkihb Ground F 
nand, Ankara. Twfai: 
rettia eav^fttep, 
the Ordnanee D«f^ te 
Turkey; 4|d Cm. 
Commandant of the 
School, lamir, Turkev. 
arrivT^ at Fort Ste>v'atHt a 
Ing vL^it to the Hai^pMi Mrts 
Army Tei-minal In l^44htt. 

i<\>llowing a IurcIhvM #M IvM- 
tng given at the Pmi 11cad i |lrtr tei«, 
Cok>nel Pope took the vWlsm on 
a tour <rf Fort Stoiy w^lMi f» 
clu^d tiM site of tte i«ndli^Craa 
Rrtrlwer, where tl^ ta^ ma- 
chine was denMfutrated. Md 4to 
BAtVC shed. hcNne af «w fNta- 
piNtatkm rii^ii iiiamaiillT) iftilin 
aa^hMMa. ' ' 

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MnaRd auwtef tarake Man 
ffMi m* t^fhy Qtt tWJi aa ^«y 
MHBpmi 10 ENiib tttv^aa ovarfcN' 
a aeM>, ^t the actt^i btokt when 
BoMy RfKlmond, l«h back, aftrr 
takt^ the hall on downn. was 
tneaed in Uie safety zone and 
ttdkwd by Dick Youi« to put the 
1^ VWn 2 points In front. 

On me secwM play alter the 
klQkoH, a «Mpk pass from quarter- 
hack Al WoNten to left end Chuck 
Rdiiin^n H^ a lat»ai imss to 
right end Baady Wflllams netted 
the 14th a If) aM pat them on the 
high sWe of ttie 6-2 score. 

Throu|^<^«» 2nd and .Ird quar- 
ter.H l»th teams had trouWe 
handltaf *the ball as the mud in- 
er a»p4 %lth the continuing rain. 
!%• |P«iA4 hfH •» as *t\idded with 
^ ^#fK by >M) te^a. 





A Chrislmafe uartv was f^tured 



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Qi^ m .Mlal^s aa4 ito iMtti 

fMtti f%aii.tiM» ■nM't^ «how 
ft* iM iMlH|tiliRMBd crowd. 

lUf iMi^a IHMiBMfin of certlfi- 
vrnm w tbe fityvm trsm the letgi» 
^ms, wlw wire «iiMMi for tte 

It wte deahfy exclUng event for 
th* »^ Battolion csach, Mi 
ff i dwpt Atjffl a,w .^ow P ewreber 
I^Wr Ma WUSf ^t ^fvnU ' St^wt 
%^ «r^4Mwk lite Mill to 
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J««ier Club To Be 
SpMttOrall^ 
(%• Henry Wamen 

The tape Henry Woman's Club 
held their Decemljer luncheon at 
the ft-incess Annr Country Club. 
The mceling wa^ opened with a 
Chribtmas pia>'ei- by Mi's. K. L. 
Jard. bijcli member bj-ouglrt eig- 
arettas to be *eut to the Kecough- 
tan Veterans Hospital in Kampt<m. 

The *lub will sponsw a Cape 
H«wy Junior Won\an's Club, for 
l¥lBces6 Anne County and Vii^nia 
feeach area. 

Mrs. John Collins, chairman of 
the Americmi Home coninfittee was 
in char^ of ihc' program. Four- 
year-old Miss Jane Gaar Creech 
opened the progiam singing. "Away 
In the Manger" and "Jingle Bells." 
She was followed by the L^n- 
ha%-en Presbyterian Bell* Choir, 
composed of chlldr«» from 9 to 12 
years old. who played Christmas 
music on the bells under the direc- 
tion of Mrs. Jim Strange, accom- 
panied by .Mrs. Sanford Mooie. 
More Christmas music was sung 
by the Cape Heni-y Woman's Club 
ctMM'al group. 

The Rev. E. I M^hier w«4 tte 
ff^akw on "the Relatioo of Family 
ta Commwuty f rOWems." 

•y** UataM M a chiia shovM 
t^^n tn the home before the age 
at ei^r Bev. Moshiei*. pastor of 
tta Fittt Bapti*t Church, Norfolk. 
rtld. 

"iletwwn the ages of one and 
six, tile rhiltl grows and his brain 
<teveto|». fastpT Uian at an v other 
time. Things that aw tauglit him 
tlwn will remain with him." the 
mln'-*'- -ttrt. 

J' «• early period.. patents 

shou«i give them love and security 
rather than a>n^Mrating on teach- 

ahhn to read and write. The 
I Who w ortw tfx a prife ftjr a 
«^wt cart aaav iu latia' 
ycMk iMat t« ^Httew to grt hto 
f^e. i^rtler said 

^itltu Mltve lack vi tnm^ 
te Mrwantitiu fur t^ 4^mm ml- 
ll0m *V teewiiw^. fli^m 
mUm «» taught aM Iv^ ^ 
hwne if the child is to Ute by 
Mwal l*w*» he m4. • 



Active Dtftjr'nine 
N«rOBly€Mmth8 

Ywing/MMtt fttw 17 to as yaart 
of ige InMM on ftitfUUng tiielr 
B^lttary dft^a^ ^<ou^ tha 
Anqr Resales active sarvldt pro* 
gi*ams need aerve only six t aamm 
an aeQve duty, it has bcM «ic- 
plalned here. \ 

The advantai^s of these pro- 
grams were brought to light by Lt. 
Col. H. H. Champlln, Senior Unit 
Advisor for the Norfolk U.S. Army 
Reserve Center in Norfolk. 

In clU^ provisiaMi of tl^ Ra- 
■Rve Forces AA of tted> wMch 
sMa forth military oMi0«lHW t» 
yotfUff Am^-k^B tnm, Colw^ 
Otamplla panted out ttat the Act 
^wrld» far two dKferejtt pro- 
panu by which young men may 
handle their military obligations. 

One of these programs js de- 
signed specifically for young men 
between ages 17 to 18|, Colonel 
Clmmplin stated. Men in this 
bracket, faced with an eight-year 
mllKary ' obligation, serve only six 
months of that obHpition on active 
duty with the balance .to t>e spent 
on Reserve duty in his h«ne araa^ 
following enlistment In a local 
Army Re.serve unit. 

The local Senior Unit Advisor 
explained that a JReservist, «n^«d 
In this progi'am, will beconw part 
of the active reHer\'e element 
known as the "Ready Reserve," 

The Reservist will l>e required to 
attend two-hour training sessions 
one night weekly for three or five 
and one-half years following com- 
pletion of a six month period of 
tnUning at an Army installation. 
The waekly sessions will be held 
at the Army Reserve Center in 
Norfolk. 

The Reservist will also attend 
two weeks of summer camp at a 
military installation while a mem- 
ber of the Ready Reserve. 

The length of the Ready Reserve 
commitment depends on tiie age 
of, the Reservist at time of entry 
on Nthe six months active duty 
period. If the Reservist enters on 
active duty prior to attaining age 
]«J, his Ready Reserve commit- 
Bient will be for three years. 

If he enters on active duty after 
attaining age ISi, his Ready Re- 
sei-ve commitment will be for five 
and ono-half years. In either case 
his toui Reserve time wlU mM 
exceed eight vears. 

Following completion of his 
Ready Reserve commitment, the 
Reservist will be as.signed to the 
inactive Reserve elements known 
as the "Standby Reserve" for the 
time remaining on his eight-year 
mlHUry obligation. 

Onoe In the Standby Reserve a 
Reservist can be recalled ta active 
duty only by Congressional act^; 
Q^lonel Champiia noted, k "St^d- 
iLi^rvM" 1^1^ reojMedJl^. 
WW%eei^ driW or^HBnAPIli- 
campments. 

Wliiie m the "Ready Reserve,'' 
the Reservist will receive one day's 
pay commensurate with his rank 
for each iwo-hour training session 
and regular pay for the two weeks 
of summer training. 

To be eligible for the second of 
the six-monjh.s active service pro- 
grams the potential Reservfets 
must be between the ages of 184 
and 26. Utlder this f>ragram, the 
individual enlists for six years, 
serving only six months of it on 
active duly. The remaining five 
and one-half years will be spent 
in the "Ready Iteserve." 



Etect Of f feere 

The aMum m^Atqtj^ tke l^n- 
«MM J^m OMMQ it ohurcA WMl- 
m wta keid ytiAiy»Dtt. 4 m, Q»tti 
fark t^mmimlty ttarch aad ti^ 
HMowteg offloen were ele^d Mr 

Jdra, Ib-msl R. Har^n. pr«ldent; 
Mrs. R. Q. Molloman, vkM pre0. 
<tMM,- Mrs. Itm Hancedc, aaeretary; 
and Mra. S. J. 'Montgomery, trett- 
urer. 

Invitations were accepted for two 
meetings in 1960 —- World Day of 
Prayer, First Baptist Church. Vir- 
filiJa Beach and May Fellowship 
bw, Seott iNmorial Church, Qoe- 



Rre Calls 

Moaday, December 7, IKW 

4m p.m.-^lectric Short Ctavvrit 
W. T. Cooke SchaoL 7 

10-.20 p.m.— Oil glove, 509 fDUi M. 

10:23 p.m.— Brush, CanfinAl Rd; 
Tunulay, December 8, IH9 

9:08 a.m.— Locked oUt of houaa, 
528 24th St. « 

5:18 p.m.— Smoke scara, 14tti and 
Atlantk Ave. 

7:29 p.m.— Locked oat of house. 
214 43rd St. 

tiatarday, Deeeaibw 12, l»W 

1.-U2 p.m.— Over-heated oil stove. 
2M 23rd St. 



duRjIcatk bridgs club 

WfkirKRM ANNOtJirCKD 

The winners of the Monthly 
masterpolnt night which plays each 
Tuesday evening at 7:45 at the 
Dues Motor Hotel were: 

North-South, first pUice, Mrs. 
Caddye Walker and Mrs, M. b. 
Ker^ second, Mra. A. R. Mallhes 
atid.lttsl Jara<M SciffM'; third pla«, 
flfi^-rleo Bliteyand Mrs. G. 6. 
Simpson. 

East-west, first place. Mrs. H. ^ 
Conklin Jr. and Mrs. C. W. Jordan; 
second, place, Mrs. Rosemafy Lamb 
and Miss Ida Mae Esmond; thkd 
place, Mrs. George Alcorn and Mrs. 
L. H. Bowen. • 



Teen Girls Net 
Meet Set Tonight 

OCEANA — A meeting to oi^n- 
ize a basketball league foi^ teea- 
age girls in PrhtMta Aaae ISlMity 
and the CHy of ¥.bt*nia BeacA «riU 
be held iMii^ at S B.m. ta| th€ 
Recreatkm Offlce leoiled m flMNma. 

Public, privata and oaMflrllfeiai 
organizations di»Irli^( te JSfn/f a 
.team in this teagua murt Ww a 
representative praoaa t at ttM Mtet- 
ing. Contracts will he Mi^Mt^ 
and rules fully explained. 

League 'play •« 
about Jm. 7. GttMa 
in the Oceowi and 
Gyms. No t«am wm j^y'^biie 
than one game a weet. 



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Champlln stressed it as being on 
full-time duty in the Army, ^wry- 
ists in this category wUl ba e^ed 
to active duty within 120 df^ fol- 
lowing date of enlistment. 

An added feature of the pfiqp^m 
permits an enlistee to cbwn hk 
Reserve unit. <^>portuftiaip for 
promotion are readily avsMMt Ih 
an expanding Reserve. 

Colonel Cbamidin et^^ tm ^gl- 
Me young men who ara Mtraited 
to contact him imnwA^iffy lifl the 
Norfolk U. S. Arn^ Reaarve Oe«er, 
Ba.st 29th and Ctend Streets, «w call 



, , „ . .. ^'"^ ^'' further tnfomi^Uim. MAdi- 

In clarifying active duty. Colonel son 5-7803. 



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at thp ThoroughgCNKl Srhool, Mrst. 
Iloiigla» Travis afrompanlpil by 
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Hrarlbiirv, Mrs, K. C. Craddock. 
\\rH. W. F. Thornlun Jr.. Mrs. C. U 
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MoniK and .M»*. Djiugbtry. 

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li.^KRV1i<:W HHORI.34 WO*».lN14 

ri.uB mHiHH Hpwi.^ii HmvTina 

A «t>pri;il iiK'f'tinK of th<» Mke- 
vif'w shfM.'s vvoi i,in'.-4 Club ira« 
hold Tiit'Mi.iv. [)(■<. H at X p.m. at 
the honu' of \Ir^. TlKnna.H J. Kli- 
nnirruy, 4iH', IJr.iilford Ro.id. 

Til*' oh|»'(t of till' niffting was 
to prff<('nf the "INill llou^te" which 
hn%. fK»«-n the rluh'^ ChPl«tmas 
projppt, to the Virginia School for 
the Deaf and Wind at Staunton. 
Stewart Howden. arcepted tho gift 
from the rfluh, for th# kcltool. Mr. 
Bowden, a teaeher of iwiclal studies 
at the Norvlew High SehfHil, Is on 
aJumtius of the .school, 

Mr. Joe H. Shintaiigh, thp school '.s 
.superintendent, wrote the club 
"The children will derlye many 
haj^y hoiins from the <toll house 
and it will be placed where they 
can easily play with It. Many of 
these «hildren heVer r^eive Chrl.<!t- 
mas presents. You have no idea 
what it will mean to them to )»e 
I'emfmlKTPfl." 

The doll house mea,<itit'o» .T by 4 
feet and i^« made of jsturdy lumber. 
The rooin.s nre all on one floor 
and tlie roof |m ca.Hilv rciiiovod 
when it is iH'InK tn US". 

John F. Stout, the club presi- 
tienl'.s hiisbimd. cut out the frame- 
work' for the Htructure and R. D. 
Chri!<tlansen put it together. From 



.Mf-rap* of material Mrs. Staat, Uri. 
Joseph C. Clark. |lr«, WIltlMa B. 
Worrtey a^ Nan^ Kllmurr^ cut 
and glued walMo-wall carpeting 
In the» principal rooms and rinjn 
tile in the liathmom and kitrben. 
The rpoms are each tastefully deeo- 
rated. Over the Hying orom fire- 
ploee, (made of red play brlclu) 
hangs a aeene painted in oHn by 
Mrs, James Walklnu. White silk 
shantung dra^jerkw wet*' made by 
Mt s M. K. Warren. Green wall^, 
.sandalwood carpeting, brown 
iw«"ed-eoveised foam eu«hlonii and 
a battery-run lamp aw featui^d. 

A brcakfflftt bar M^ntm the 
kitchen and dining areM. In the 
latter are white chalrg an4 a table 
made by Russell Phipps. Pale yel- 
low print cottage curtains, match- 
Ing the wall, were mafle by Mrs. 
Paul Gomlman. 

Kitchen cflblnets were made by 
Mr. Christiansen, and a pink re- 
frigerator and gtiive were pur- 
cbaued. * 

Mrs. Kilrniirray and Mr.s, J. T. 
Harnes tnade liednKim furniture 
from < if^.'H boxes and bed.spreadR. 
drcflftlng table and chair eover* 
from pebble crepe. They a\m made 
th(f floral (lraiH'rle,s that bk'nd with 
th^ gr<»«n walls and gray <^pet 
A tlny^fJtt'^d sheet for the Holly, 
wood t)«1 wa.i fashkinert by Mrs, 
Wenley F. Wilson. 

nbie fixfiu-e.'i anri clothes h»m|i- 
er. given by Mrs. M. F. Jordan, and 
lilack and white siiower and win- 
dow curtains are found in the 
liathnxim. From a bublde blower 
and plBitle bottle top Mrs. Kll- 
tnuiT»y construeted a shower «pray. 

The nursery Is done In pink 
and blue, A blue spread and cur- 
tains edged In white lace were 
made by Mr«, Stoirt. 

Centerpieces for the tablefi will 
lie created liy Mrs. Kllmurray and 
Mrs. Jordan. 

Although the doll house has been 
a club project, the neighbors and 
teen-age boys and girls in the Lake- 
view Shores area have helped too. 
The girls made doll clothes, which 
will be juilged and the club will 
pre.sent an awar<l for the best- 
dressed doll. 

The teenage boys purchased 
small cars and planes to give to the 
Ijovs at the school. 

The cUlh members all agreed that 
working together on this pro)eet 
has been loa<ls of fun. 



Mom no 4.ia» 

iMld their annual ChrbtnHiB hrneh- 
«pff Wedrwi4«y. Dec. 6, at Bur- 
iTOj>flrt nesttttrtat, IfortBlk. 

jhcMtewiea for tl^ meeting were 
li«l. Ceell H, Beed and Mrs. R, P. 
Bhode^. 

Mr*. Floyd Sumner was guest 
iprtker. She presented an or^btal 
■tary "nuw; muI the pink Angel." 

Mra. OtLs ShtmMta, pi>e«Ment of 
the Norfolk Federattoi of Garden 
Cluhs wait a special guest at ttie 
^eeting. Three of the club's honor- 
ary members, MN. A. P. Schafhlrt, 
Mnr. H»rry Miller and Mrs. Jesse 
White, were also present. Polly- 
anna gifts were exchanged and 
Mrs. 8. M. Parker was Santa. 



I.AKK JOl'CE <JARf>RN Cl^rB 
HOI^DN Yl'LR lil'NCHROBf 

The l.«ike Joyce Garden Club 




DIVIDEND 



0€RAN PARK WOMAN'H CI-UB 

The Ocean Park Woman's Club 
held t|ielr regular meeting Wednes- 
day, Dec. 9 at 12^ p.m. at Aie 
Ocean fark Civic Center. Mrs. 
C. A. Farmer, vice president, pre- 
sided. TIo»tes.ses for the meeting 
were Mrs. R. W- Howard's Group 
No. 2. 

The Amerk«« Home Departfnenfc 
under the chairmanship of Vtm. 
L. D. I^Detter, will sell a housK- 
hokl product, which is an adhesive 
and can be used on all washable 
materials. The money rterlvwl wHl 
be useti to jpurchase new drapes 
for the new clubroom. The depart- 
ment Is also sponsoring a "Christ- 
mas Doorway Contest" for the 
(k?ean Park area. All residents wlsh^ 
Ing, to enter the contest are asked 
to call Mrs. Le<lBetter at llOward 
4-1820. Rules of conservation will 
)» observed. The department will 
also give Christmas gifts to the 
patients at the Shore Drive Conva- 
lescent Home. 

The Woman's Club and the Ocean 
Park Civic League will join forces 
to procure n#w street signs for 
the area. The club hat entered the 
community service contort. 

At the Wednesday meeting the 
club voted to donarte $10 to the 
Joy Fund. 

Mrs. June Black, local fa.shIon 
cordlnator, w^s the speaker. She 
told the memliers "how to look 
like a million in a basic black 
dresa." Giwup carolling followed 
the talk. 

Mrs, R. L. Coleman and" Mr;s. 
Francis Saitta were welcomed as 
new members. 

Mrs. P. W. Jones, Mrs. C. W. Acey 
and Mrs. W, J. Winn decorated the 
room tastefully In the Christinas 
theme. 





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MOWOU - MM •. IM**M*M 



SITKRI8R GiLRDBN CIATB 

The Sunrise Gartlen Club met 
Wednesday. Dec. 9. lit 8 p.m. at the 
home of Mrs, H. R. Whitehead on 
Sunrise Drive. 

Following the busines,s meeting 
gift wrapped packages to be do- 
nated to the patient^ at Community 
Hospital were judged. First prize 
was awarded to Mrs. W. J. O'Con^ 
nell and sjecond prize to Mrs. Jame* 
Keeney. 

It was decided that club mem- 
bers would Judge the Christmas 
doorway decoration- for Baylake 
Pines area. 



OTRAN P.4RK COMMrNmr 
CHriUH 

The Youth Groups of the church 
will present a Christmas program 
Sunday. Dec. 20, at 7:30 p.m. Mem- 
bers and friends are Invited to 
attend. 






*>•«■■* M*C*-M*l fn* *«» 



R,^YHIDK CHU18TI.%]V CHITRCH 

Siinday night, Dec. 1.1 "Family 
Night" was observed at the church. 
A- song fcst of Christmas earolfe 
was fallowed by refreshments in 
the Fellowship Hall. New members 
who had Joined the church .since 
last June were honored. Arrange- 
rt^nts for the evening were in 
charge of the Music CtMnmlttee, 
consisting of Mrs. Ruth Smith. Mrs. 
Cary Fox and Mr. I. A. Jacoway. 
The songs were led by Mrs. Mar- 
f^ret Trouland. music director of 
the church. Mrs. M. B. Cox was 
pianist and Mrs. Ruth .Smith, 
organl-st. 



sSunday, Dec. 20. at the morning 
seiN4ee--the "Christmas Cantata" 
will be presented as part of the 
11 ajn. Worship service. The 
Chancel Choir will sing the can- 
tata. 

.'rmmmMMMaudmrntmrniMmim'' 



EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1960 

and payaMt H aH sovcrs of-, record 
Jmm 30. IfftO 



1 



MUTUAL 



-mEm 



S«^ IMOwHt MWirw^ to fl0.t»& by 
H^d Sav'mgf and totn (Murance Corpora- 
ffea. M imtrumen^^ ^ ^ Federal 



Sav'tnqs McomH opened by Mm IOA ^ ^ 
monHi, er Mvings added ^ fhct d^; e«ii 
^td»nd% tnm fhe lint. 




The World' of ^ts and. 
Crafts' at Your Door 

• CHINA 

• CRYSTAL » 

• OVENWARE 

• CHRISTAAAS 
ORNAMENTS 

CCMTINDltAL HOt^i 
100 W. FrtMMsofi ^. * 

10, 



THE 



CHRISTMAS 

OF 

ALL 



T«t eHUftCH POU AkU . . . 
ALI, POn THC CMUftCH 

fh« Cteidl h liM arwMA fK«»r aft 
•pdi forfM IrMbi af dwncnt Mil 
It it* MMflwwac ^ 
WidMM • alfMi* 

«H«cmM«i*c.TlMtctM fMt MiHi4 
iwnei ,«l4 tvtty pcftoa iKouM it- 
Mft^lMMcM ittuUrlv ind tupport di* 
■OkMck. Tiwr ■>*: (1) For hit own nkc. 
IS Nt Ut Addim't nW. 0) For ihft 
HlW of kkcMMnimhY ind Mtion. (4) 
fcr At mm of iht Church itKlf. whkh 
MtA kit NiOTal iiwf^tMWritl tttpport. 
fttft 10 il» to chorch rtfultftv tiid f «*d 
fNtMUtdtUT. 



Chlpttf V«fM 




VESf Luk* 

turnip Lufct 

W«tMtdt]r Luk* 

Thwdby MttAnr 

Fri^ Mttitmr 

itturday Lukt 



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Homngr uid that thif year I could help trim tfw 
tree, if I'd be very careful. The ornaments are SO' 
shiny and bright, and it's saeh fun to decide wher»; 
to pat thent. 

Mommy let me help fix ottr little cr^he, too. I potf, 
tn the figure of the Christ Child and He looked i» 
pret^ ... all sort of pink and gold. i 

We fixed the 'Ci^he 1Li;»t because Mommy aald that 
we must alwajn remember that Christmas is, flrat ot. 
ail, the Christ Child'a birthday. When we finish trim- 
ming the tree, Mommy is going to read us the story 
about the first Christmas . . . about the slwpherdt 
and the angela . . . about tht Wise Men and their atari 
... about the little Jesus, bom in Bethlehem, in] 
a manger. i 

. Mommy's told me the story before but she says 
that this year I'm big enough to stay up with the rest 
and hear her read it. And, of course, we'll go to Church, 
and Mommy says I can carry my fur muff. 

I think this is going to be the best Christmas I've 
ever hadt 




Catfftl^ ItU, KnUti A*. Unlet. Stimhiai, Y*. 



THIS SERIES OF MESSAGES IN THE INTEREST OF THE CHURCH IS SPONSORED BY 
THE FOILOWINO BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS 






NIXON ELECTRIC 

Bcctrical CoBtracters— C^ownl Repafrs 

Hoesc. Commercial Wiring— Lig^t FIxluraes 

6M - ITA Stnct, ,Va. Beach— Pkone GA 8-3711 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
« B.EaRICAL SUPPLIES, INC. 

Hiftnbi^ and Heatbig CoBtractors 

WeAnghouse Alliances 

Phone: Da^ tflo A 2678 — Night 2663 

Princess Anae 

OCEANA CURB MifdHCET 

iNaii Fmtts and Vegetables 

Gr«ecric8 aod Meats 

Phone GA %-\VH Oceaaa, Va. 

VA. BEACH AUTO SUPPLY^ INC. 

Evhyadc Motors — Aott^iotlvc. Parts 
Phone GA 8-6SS6 
8|0 - 17th Street- 

CAVALI^ GARAGE 

JOtflMNY DUDLEY 

Dtnetiy Bdilad Hotel . 

lndcycadeBily Opentfcd 

Holly Rd. & Cavalh^ Dr. 

DialGAt-2131 Vto^nfai Bnich 

BiNKLErS SHELL SERVICE* 

"FricadlK SeiVice plas Qiiallty Ptodacts" . 
31at StTMtf aai Baltic Aveaae 
Telc»h«M QA 8^232 Viniala Beach 



R. L. GARRINGER 



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Wholesaic Meats and Provhdona 

IMstrtbutars Kraft Food Produck. 

2446 VMnia Beach Booievard 

Telephoni MA 7-5398 Norfolh, Va. 



23rd Street 



SEASIDE MARKET 

Tetephonc OA 8-9313 

Virginia Be'Kh 



KELLAM & EATON, INC. 

*fMad<|uarters tm Your Needs" 
ftiuetm Anae Phooc 2661^2672 

. RUSSELL & HOLMES 

Year Newfy ^lAused ^oe Stare 
■ "Whwe 8heppiBg k a P1«M«re" 
i9M Atfawtk Avcmc VJrghite Beach 

GA 8<43«l 

HOLT BUICK COMIPANY 

Sales— Serrfee, ■o^r wd Pcadwr Wach 

ttat Mrart w4 Pactftc Amwe 

TelephoMGA 8-2132 

ISLEOftU^PRI 

FINE itAUAN POOD ' 
Pripatc IMaiag Reon 
Phone Us Yow lUe Oet Oriai* 
GA 8-3831 VhrgUa Bcai* 



mmm mi^ CO. 

Prai^^ ^flcMW Piiau^tMoB Swi'lce 
Phoac GA 8.7S79 LoiMom Btm^. 



Va. 



W. W. ^»m$ON « SON 
IIOIflUH^ A^NCY, INC. 

AUIth-^rniE— ACCID04T— MAftlNE 
Caast I* Coart Oatai S«vi» _ 

sat? Ndffc Ave. PhoM GA 8^3641 



JAFFE'S 

FASHION CLOTHI-S 

Phone GA 8-5271 

3010 Atfaintic Avenue — Virginia Boidi, Va 



W. A. WOOD OIL CO. 

Commission Agent 

ESSO STANDAftD OIL CO. 

Fuel Oil and KeroMne 

Dial GA 8-3385 



FIT^ESTONE SALES & SERVICE 

Rmite 58 at Oceana, Va. 

Dial GA 8-5023 

The South '« Smallest Fircfione Dealer" 

KELLAM & EATON INSURANCE CO. 

Real Esti^ — Rentals' — Insurance 
3113, Pactfk Avcaae — Telephone GA 8-9161 

ROSE'S 5-10-25C STORES, INC. 

309 . 31st M. & 1991 AtUiatic AveMC 
Yoar Shopiing Center 

, JAMES PHARMACY 

Frae Dedvery 

PromiM pid( up Service on Preccriptfons 

At Hi.ljup Mwae GA 8-4424 

OCEANA DRUGS 

tekphooe GA 8-6464 
Vhgbiia B«ach Boulevard at Oceaaa 

BE-LO SUPBiMARKET 

36tb Street A Arctfc Avcaae 
Virgiafai Beach 

MARTIN'S AUTO BODY WORKS 

GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 

WvediCT Service 24 Houn 

Gteai Cut k lusbttMl — Owed Wtaridridds 

Phow! GA 8-4591 . Nile GY 7-4619 — 

ATLANTIC 
CLEANKS & UUNDRY 

ONE • HOUR CLEANEIS 
897 - 21rt St. rt Pacific 
GA 8-1S2S 



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»MHAE KNU) 

PORD mi ITALIAN IIAT 

496 - 17th St rfsa^ HiysM^ ea RL IST 

TeiqAiMe GA 8-0232 



SUN-NEWS Classified Ads Bring Results 




MMyHQRIWml 

ZHmMIquM or o^ta^rt— adoe. 

mp» wtmeUbiM aad ae 
Hi Midiw wmttet Ate 

aw far' 

CAMSti 




the S^irglnla &»(^ Autn^ 
held its Chrmmw dUM «r aittlh 
day «ight at the CivattiP. __ 
wa« served at li p«. fiilMMi 
dancing at » wItt Mftw Da*^ 
Orchestra. 

Chaperones for th« aliaUr w«re 
Mrs. 0. Conrad Little, Mal KMiert 
L. Smith III and Mr^ OmridPeiWter 
III. 



\Mi0iM^NA^ timmmt THumAY. p^wahr in it 59 




JOYLAND 

Exposition 

The CHRISTMAS Show 

With Fun. Thrills And 
Amusements For All Ages 

TUESDAY, DEC. 15 tbn SUNDAY, DEC. 20 



<P<Qi=«0='*<ls^<(p'<Q>tfP<Qs< 



CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS 
OF AGE FREE WITH ADULTS 



«P<i=<r7''*<b«5='««^,«3=»««S=:^ 



Ml 

PatientsTo 
F^tedlvClob 

•nie Dieceihber meftting of 1^ 
CItrdlnal QartMii Clvt^ unto ImM 
Tuesday, Dec. 8 at ffie htm* f^ 
Mrs. Robert Webb, SterHnf COttrt, 
with lira. Harold \Wtibb, eo^K^M. 

Mrs. Wllltem Grashain, i#rt» 
theme was ^^hrtstmu Throu^ 
the HoUK," dentOMtratUd and eft- 
plained how to make bitaotlfut ir- 
rangennents for the door« and Meh 
room ol the bousr. 

ftach m«tnb»r iMtk fiven tlw 
name of a {Mitlent in a ward of 
Munlcl|«l HosplUl to buy «nd 
wrap flfts for, TI* 0fts are to be 
delivered by several memlwrs of 
the club Just prior to Christmas, 
at which time they will decOl^te 
a tree {Or the ward 



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AMI Ml mwrtt haviiff hm 
mxSm aM nted that the lii^ei^famt 
la not « resident ol *e Mate of 
Vlii^ta, the laM kndwB post offln 
a diifesa liMrtnf 427 ft*ms^nr Ate., 
N<MriaNiu Vta^tt, Imt now the «»• 
tai^pMd makes oati^ that to the 
bsat «r heir kilowlia^ lie la a ntm- 
raiMMl ol tte mate <tf Vli^tlnto, 
It i«ordw«l tlut he do appear kcre 
iMftto tea (10) days after doe 
ptOMeaU^ iwreof, and ^ what 
may be Mcenary to prefect tali 
UUare* to ^ a«U. 
A C^-i4hate: 
iOBH V. rlENTRIIBS, Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHI'm D.C. 
Thomas C. Broyles, pjj. 
Richard G. BrydfM 
3116 Padfie Av«iite 
Virginia E^Mh, Virginia l2-a4t 



inn-News ClasdHMed Aib 



• U^MNOn^ I • JKMA NOTCff 



Nativity Scene, Giant 

Christmas Tree, Santa's (^tle» 

Wishing Well, Exhibi)ls,lpe 

Drawings, RWes, Grates And 

SAIVtA CLAIJS 

r InPer^Ni 



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THMft^PAY and FRIDAY, DiC^B^t 17-18 ~ 2)30 



■,^^k»^Cf1^'j:r< 



! 



CULTURED 

Cottontales 

Tues. - Wed. - Thiar. 
ONI. Y / 

Va. Beach Volunteer Mre Dept 

CONVENTION CENTER 

ADMISSION mSXt CEHTS 



tfSIIDimJiSWJISWWMWKMmSM; 



Pony Gmd League 
Meeting Set Friday 

OCEANA — A meeting to re- 
organize the Princess Anne County 
Fonv Grad Bas^Mll League lor 
19<» will be held Friday, Dec. 18 
at 8 p.m. In room 125 at Princess 
Anne Hlg^ Scho<ri. Pony Grad base- 
ball is for boys 15 and 16 years of 
age. 

AduH volunteers are uivently 
lieeded to replace league onicers 
and commiti»e chairmen no JwMKf 
with the leagtw. Parents havmg 
boys 15 and 16 years of age. In- 
terested in playing with a team In 
this league, are Aron|^y urgad to 
attend this meeting. 

League officers and committee 
chairmen will .be elected and ap- 
pointed at this meeting. 



• USGAL NOIiCi^ 

ConmoBweitfth ef TtoglsliN 

li^ tl^e Clerrs ^iee of tke OrciUt 

Court of the Coairty o< mioeea 

Anoi!, on tte tSiH daf trf H oreaiber, 

1U0. 

josEini o. FU)ftY; PiAiritirr, 

agahnrt 
PAtRIClA MAE FLOJtY, Defend- 
ant. , 
Order of Pabllcatioa 

The-f^Ject of this suit is to obuin 
an annulment from, the said de- 
fendant upon the grounds of maf- 
riSge not consummated. 

And an affldfyit having been 

Uli^ Mlffillfi t»&t the<«endant 
fes not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being 50$ Pierce Drive, 
Berkly^ Missouri. ^ is OrAeted that 
she ^-appear here wllhift tert (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
jprotKH her interest In ti%ls auit. 

TOHN V. n^rillSSS, Clerk 
By:MARlf 18. WaiTE. D.C. 

HbotyitoC. Broyles, p.q. 

Rleharo G . Bry dges 

3115 Pacific Avenue 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 12-3-4t 

CommoBwealth of Vtrgiala, 
in the rierk'M Offiee ^KheCireBlt 
Court of the Coanty of Princeae 
Anne, on the. 23rd day of Kovewber, 

AI.EAS&C. CROUCH/ PUtntiff, 

against 
DONALD O. CROUCH. Defendant. 
Order of PnbllcatioB 

The oBJett of -this suit is to obtain 
a divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon the 



Take Notice, that pursuant to a 
Pfetltten nied before It, the Board 
of iupervts^rs of Prlbeess Anne 
County Mail at Its regular min- 
ing to be held on the 18tb day of 
Jfanuary, 1960, at 2K» pjn. m the 
Supervisor's Chambers, Prlftcess 
Anne Courthouse, Virginia, hold a 
hearing for the purpose of acting 
u|>on the Petition of Hubert C. 
Gray. Jr., and R. Glover Miller, 
which Petition requests that ti» 
following portion of an unnamed 
street snown upon the plat of 
"Little fUyen." recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Cburt 
of Princess Anne County In Map 
Book ai at jpag^ 61^ be (tesad« to- 
wtt: 

An unimjMTo^d road or right dH 
way, SO* In width and approxi- 
mately 550' In length, Ivlitg betwMn 
the Southweatem line of Bite 20 and 
th£ Eastern line of Site 10, as 
shown upon said replat of "Little 
Haven",' the portion hoi^t to be 
closed being ^e Northern «gment 
of that certain clrcte upon said 
plat, shown tn enckwe Site 24, as 
shown hereon. 

HENRY L. liAM, Attorney 
Princess AnAe, Vlrglnta 

12-10-21 



Monday, il Dee., i«», 

Bld« are for apj^tndmately 60,000 
gUUms of aut(MMotl«t ^isoIIim to 
be dMlMTCd as required by the 
PrtnoHa Anna Catmty SanllatlMi 
t^artdlilHi 

QMmm lo be supplied shall be 
riRMIr * equal lo: 

|M»;*M> R4WIM- Grade 

StxMs <- R^e^r Orada 
«dr <«* ]|^!ttkir Ori^ 
ftie eontradt ttnn Is fttMt Janu- 
ai2 1, I960 to Dec. 31, 1W9. 

BIA may be submitted as fol- 
\omwi 

1. On MMrt^ price per yUlMti of 
m% gaa^lnc at aiuree. j^ua ekafia. 
a. CMi a set prke per gaUM «t»- 
the term of tiM eoati«ei 

The R>ard of Supervl«>r6 re- 
serve the right to accept or reject 
ally 1^ all bids, which^rar It may 
(team to be in the public Interest. 
R. J. WEBBCm. 
Executive Beeretary. 
December 14. 18B» * l2-17-tt 



Gommmiwealtli of VirgiBfa, 

hi Me 13ei%'a Mice of the Clrcait 

Court o< the Coanty <4 Prlncefls 

Anne, on tte Krd dny of November, 

IWW. 

DIANNE MARIE AMBROSE, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
JOHN MAHLON AMBROSE, 

Defendant. 

Order of PablleaUon 

The obfect of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce a vbicuio matrimonii 
fixsn the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of dewrtion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is not a resident of the Statfe of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being SIKKJ Kalmler Drive 
Orlando. Florida, it is ordered ti\at 
he do appear here within ten UQ) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
ppcjtect hfls Interest iq this suit. 
4. A CAipy-- -TeHte: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: MARY M. WHITE, DC. 

Parsons, Stant, Parsons k Mbrman. 

p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 12-3-41 




Commonwealth of VIrglBia, 
In the Clerk's Offk« of th» OrGnU 
Covrt M the Cean^ of Princess 
Anne, on the 4th day of December, 
ltl0. 

MARTHA ELIZABETH MALPASS 
FINLBY, Plaintiff, 
aiEainst. 
ELMO J. riNLEY, Defemlant. 
Ord^r of PnblicatiMi ' 

The object of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of wilful desertion and 
abandonment. 

And ah affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is not a resident of the state of 
Vligtnla, the last known post office 
adiffess being % (laieral Delivery, 
Trumnan, Arkansas, It is ordered 
that he do appear here within tea 
(10) days after due pubUcatien 
hereof, and ^ what ma^ b« afrces- 
»m to '^'m^ hto lotefW in thte 
suli. 

JOHN V, FSNtMpS, ftert(. 
By: MARY M. WmWe. «.C. 

KitnMer art StackliOMei p.^. 

Royst^ Bidi<tt^ 

Norfolk, Virginia 121041 



BEAUTY ON DUTY 

Day or night, a bedrddm f^^ne in ediof 
adds charm, M»^^:^i^'And^tlni« 



^*D hfm the convMuoBoa of aa 

lioB phone at your bedside — and IIm 



MlBjr ifygf^ \tA you talk m oonrfnt and 
ftrraqr wtewrer you want. 

l?iiMii »^^ JMt an vm\ 







ofdnr A,to&ide p^^M tolly t 
IMkr for pMU^mt^^V^f^ 








C^maMBwealtli al Targtala, 

irthe aerk's Offke of the Citfrnit 

Court ol the ConnMr of Prlneesv 

Anne, on the 23rd dair vt NovemlMV, 

llM. 

LONDA C. LOCHEH, Plaintiff, 

agalhtit 
PATRICK LOCHER. Defendant 
Order tA Pnbtlcatloo 

The obpect of this suit is to ^tain 
a divorN^ A Mensa Et Thoro to be 
later merged into a Divorce A 
Vinculo Matrhnonfl from the said 
defendant i^xm the grouncto of 
Desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
Is a nonrMident of the ftala of 
viRMt tiie M knowa ^ Mice 
advetJe being Rd k. Mars, Pemievl- 
vania, it is orfered tbat fte da 
«H>ear her«^ with ten ()0> days 
m^f due publlea^li hennf, Md 
Ae what may be nienwu y te pto> 
tect his toter^ in VMt s«it 
A O*!'— T^« 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Richard G. Brvdges, p.q. 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
t'tol^a *Kh. yirglnia tg*4t 

-, PtnblC .\^l1t:K 

Bids win be received in the of- 
tfl<* of the Executive Sed^tary of 
the PMw^w Anw CmiQty Soard 
of Ctf|Mryfa«oi% n-l|R*s« Attnc 
Couft. Heim. MiMMw AMkoi \tm 
gtnla. until 1(MM AM; &S.t.. M«» 
dar, St Dee^*«r, *H». 

Ssib must be euMi^M m mtM 
ewHtk^e« clearly aiiliM *■ ^a 
outside: 

"^ on Oaaolliw to be smMM 
the ^loMw kmm CMHtjr laai* 
tat^ Dtytf imaitf. to ta «f«iM 



0MiHHmwipMi of Tlittola, 
ta tie OWVa <Mtl<w at Mte ClKvtt 
CtMtft of fM Cowt|p of IVtaeeaa 
Anne, <» tke ^ 1^ «rf Deeaasbar, 

ita*. 

Mildred a. ellis kusrk, inf.. 

Plaintiff. against 

D^4ALD M. KUSEW. Defendant 
Order of FaMioation 

Tlw object of Oila auit ia to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo HMitrimonil 
from the Mild defnidfauit, ti^n the 
grounds of dmertkHik 

And an aindavlt having been 
made and filed that the derendent 
is not a resident ei the State of 
Vli^nla, the last known post office 
addrMM being 1117 West Division 
Street, Chteago. Illlaeis, it is Ador- 
ed that he do appMr here wlftln 
ten (H)) days aflif dtie publication 
hereof, and dO ti^t may be neces- 
sary to protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A Cepy-.ttatte 
J(^N V, FENTRKSS, Clerk. 
By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
ftrsorta, Stent Parstms & Simpson, 

p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
ttorfolk, Virginia 12-104t 

VlRGimA: 

At the regular meeting of the 
Board of Supervisors of Prineess 
Anne County, to be hehl In the 
Supervisors' room of the Clerk's 
Office, on Monday, Decemljer 21. 
1950. at ten'o'chJck A.M., persons 
win l>e heard for of aj^lnsl the 
proposed ot^litance to efttai^ the 
Kempsville-Lynnhavett M^uito 
CoBlrol Districts to include: 

Parcel 1: All Of the j>r»perty 
bounded on the iMNtheaat by Holl- 
and Swamp Road No. ffifT: On the 
South by Rosemont Road No. 848. 
on the east by the Old Norfolk and 
Southern Railroad right of way 
(ItempsvlUe Branch) Including, 
also, a strip of land 200 feet deep 
along the southside of Rosemont 
Road No. 646 from the old tNorfolk 
and Southern Railroad right of 
way (KempsviUe Branch) east to 
the Intersection of Holland Swamp 
Road No. 627. 

Parcel 2: All of the property on 
both sides of Holland Swamp Road 
No. 627 for a depth of 200 feet 
from the intersection of Rosemont 
ROkd No. 646 for a disUnce Of I 
mile southeast along Holland 
Swamp Road No. 627. Including, 
aim), a strip of land 'BXi feet deep 
atong the southside of Rosemont 
Itoad No. 646 from the intersection 
of Holland Swamp Road No. 627 In 
an easterty direction to the road 
leading to the Princess Anne 
Refuse Disposal area. 

Parcel 3: A atrip of land 20l feet 
deep Una along the nerUiaart aide 
of Courthouse Road No. IWJ, ffom 
KempsviUe Gardens to the Kemps- 
viUe Golf (%ui-se and from the said 
golf course to a point opposite the 
intersection of itaiem Road No. 634, 
and all the prbji^fty as iffeowa on 
tfw plot of Lafkstfur. 

tifcp\ 4: All of the fjrdiM rty to 
the east AM m»iW»m\ •( Ar^'dale 
HeN*^!*! ^ UlAilt Mver Road No. 
M)} md Mt^ 'ymifm a« the 

t*arcel 5: A strip ef land 206 feet 
Htvp lying akmg the east aiHI west 
sides of the Kempsvim ROad No. 
166 frwn the InteAectkm of Indian 
Rtver ftoad No. 603 In a south- 
weeterlv direction tor a distance of 
i mile.' 

Parcel «: A «Uip of land 2«J0 feet 
deep l.ving along the MOUth.>iide of 
Indian River Road No. 603 frbm 
the property line of the subdivision 
known as Woodstock we»terNf to 
the Intersection of New Providence 
Road No. 602. 

Parcel 7: A strip of kind 200 feet 
deep on both sides of Highway No. 
603 from tlw Intersection of Indian 
Rtvir RWM lAo. %m ia 9 iwrth- 
easterly dlvectton for a distance 
of I mile alKo along the ^ist j^lde 
of highway No. 606 from the Inter- 
section of Indian River Road So. 
603 rt the NftffoUt 6junty tiie. 
Ihcluai^l a sl^lp of Uh9 ^ feel 
*"ep on both bide^i of Hi^way No, 
603 from the Intert-ection of High 
*ay Kb. 605 'for a distance in a 
toirt^iytori'f direction of I mile. 
fctNNWAVEN DISTRICT 

l^tuel I: All that property bonnd- 
ed On the NN^th by the upper 
reaelieg of Welfare "Creek. North 
of Wolfeiiare Road; on tlie Ela^t by 
MiU Dam Road (Highway 613); on 
Ae South by LMkin Road; on the 
West \^f London Bridge Koad 
CHighway W2) and all of the prop- 
erty as shown on th# plat of Wolf- 
Miare Pinntatloa. Lynnbaven DU- 
tWct 

Panrel 2: All fh»«t pmperty bound- 
♦i ott tB% K'fjfth by tfif Upp* 
^wchea «| pijvbannan Cretk ft 
tittle Heek Road; «i the Eitt bj,- 
ilttle JfeA K'*ad and the bn% 
fvislori of B^lle Haven; oh tlie 

<fcint|l lav yif-jnta Oaa, I. Baulk. 
irvm^u Trj ▼ tt^^fWw ^^■vn *^WC 

ipwi. and an the Went by the sub- 
ilvltfw or Ki«hw»(4l Qardettt. 

«M^i& Amhat fim^mt ^ma- 



iM €to ^ l««rth by yiiytala Beach 
■Mli^hd; on the EmI by the 
Ba^rn boundary of PitecMa Adim 
nan; on the South by tfM L^- 
Mvtti-SaabMrd Mi^Mm^ filattfet 
mm, en ui» iMak ky ttti KMuna- 
vttc-L^wiMivali M^|tW#fi Ma- 

FWH at AM mM iMUIMfUF IKNiln- 

•d on «te NerUi ^ VMUk Beaeh 
MultvaMi OB UM BMt ky Saatt^ 
hornet, on Uw Sautti 1^ Wna Range 
MMri and the Seaboard lO^tMlai 
District line; awl on tN) Waat by 
Court Homn Itoad (lOi^way 615). 

I^rcel 5: Ail thai pr^fwrty i>ound- 
ad on the Ncvth tqp tkc lands of 
Ball, subdivtekm of Liktvtow. and 
pR>|»erty miw or formerty owned 
by the Virginia ^a^ Eroakm 
Commlsston; on the East by the 
shores of Owls Creek and the 
Northern line of Camp Pendleton; 
and (HI the West by the Saataek 
Road. 

Parcel 8; All that property bcmnd- 
ed on the North by Lake Rudee 
ami Rudee inlet; on the East by 
the Atlantic Ocean; on the South 
\f3 the Northern line of C^mp 
Pendleton; and on the W^ b^ 
Owls Creek, to include tiie sub- 
dtvlston of Rudee Hel|^ts, Croatan 
Beach and Croatan Braeh (former- 
ly Chautaun by the Sea). 

A Copy--Te«t*: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk. 
By: MARY M. WHPl^, D. C. 

i^i»at 

• coTTAOis pon mr 



• wmum 



New and ui»d furniture for «le 
or rent at the Baqpln BMiar in 
Oceana. "Buy and SeU with Uncle 
BlU." Merchandli» of all kinds. 
Alio repairs to M^Jkw, lawn 

• mtfwn«, outboard moton. If it 
^im't work see "Pee Wee" Maacm. 
till ttt % rvm BAROABi 
IIAZAAR,. Q>urtbouaa B«ad, 
Onaaa, Va. PImmm QA S>1W^ 

BVttNiaS iSHVtCSk aiectcAe 
Ch^ 4Mni%flopr^Maet% wi# 
era, lieft aaMiMii pcMFV itttwM^ 
power tili«m ferti'lKr sfMraa^ 
era, seede^ lawn roUera, 
hole dlgg«a A aM#t0] 
GA 84222. 114 PV « 
tag SuppWh, W^ t3§PV 



3 bedroom furnished upetatif 
apartment. 2 bedroom fumlsha4 
downaiBirs apartment.. AfiM* fU^ 
nished bouse. Call allar flv4 
GA 8-4080. lM7-tfi 




BV8INES8 SERVICES: Buaine« 
iervlces. Hoover Vacuum CiMn 
ar. Sales A Sarvica. Prompt af 
Iklmt rapaira. Pksk up and teU^ 
very. Phone GA 8*4222 Fuel l^ad 
A Building SuppUaa, inc. QA 
•-1M3. -^^~^ Alligi 



One 
tneA I I 






lurnlahed, a^t- 
Imfumwad 







Wl 8-2724 

121741 



'nnSHi 






FOR RENT — FStrtiMletf 
oMBt and 34MdNoaa 

electrkally equipped. Apj^IJ 
Htflly Road. Phone GA 8-: 
The Huan CotUges and ApiH- 
fcenta. >8-H»t 

iMfapieMly funrtsked aparMtaaaia. 

All utimiea. bai^ linens, 
service, ReMonabie prices. 
m^ »9|79. 12-11 

rMHAei afferlRieit; 




steam 
all utilities Imdt^ed. Apiriy 
19th Street. 1^ 



LONDON BRIfQI^ _12<^ 
apartmen^iil 
trie kltcMII.4 
water furnished. 1^ ^A~8-a 

FlknoSbM Q>AiABt~ Llel^ ro^ 
bedrotMi. kitdum and bAm 
ReaacmaMe rent, yearly haw. 
OanvsUantly located to 
cepter. GA 8-2143. 



f!S8! 



1007 Pacific AvU. — Unfurnished 
house. 3 bedrooms, living room, 
dining room, bAth, large stora^ 
room. All electric kitchen^ fenced 
side yard. Honn #indows and 
doors. Venetian, blinds. p>I##ly 
painted inside. Dial GA 84!7^ or 
GA 8-2826. $76.00 month, year 
around. . Ig-lO-lt 

OCEANA— Unfurnished 2-bedraom 
house, fkwr furnace, l«r|^ lot 
Available now. Also nice clean 
J-room furnished apartment. Call 
GA 8-2<m. 12-1041 



Large house at Pleasant Ridge, on 
route 815. Six rooms, bath, kitch- 
en, pantry, utility room, large 
yard, shade trees. Apply Post- 
master, Pleasant Ridge, Virginia. 

l2-»3t 




BustneMi 

room llvtM^trliri 
|ood buslMll till 
wide awake 
iksc 1125 pel 
■Ron Ins. Co. 



ri<fi-«iii«iii>ii 




Weekly, monthly, yearly. Cottagai 
and apts., budntad for yiu 
Ai^chor Realty, Pacific and astk 
St. QA 8-7421, GA 84487, GA 
t-263Q, day or evanlng. 

7*10«» 



# AFARTMeNT KMRfNT 



3-bedroom unfurnished apartment, 
large porch and yard. 2 blocks 
from ocean and flopping district 
One bedrtwm fumWied apart- 
ment, private entrance, furnace 
heat. Call GA 8^06 or GY 7-29^ 

10- 32-tfn 

• AUTCMAOTIVe FOR SALI 



PETS ^ 125 cages aM aaqiilrltumi 

full of acts for Cl» " 
your seWttlon csriy. 
hold for dMita to pt<||| 
mas Eve. jNtANK'S ' 
FISH, PEW 4 SU 
23rd Street. 

TROPICAL FISH— Special acquar- 
lum set ups for Christmas, 10 
galk>n tank, filter kit etc. |1$^ 
month of December only. 
FRANK'S TROPICAL FISH, PETS 
A SUPPLIES 
206 23rd Street 

1244t 



MURPHY APARTMENTS — 1^ 
r«it by the month, t^elaai^ 
apartaiMta, i bedroom. 3 Wf 
room fcartments. Amly #1 
10th I^Peet Rates startfiw : " 
ISO a Jtonth up. l-M 

^m FOR SAU 



Mb 



Boy'a*1jlcycIe, 20 inch, compi 
itH^ndltioned, newly pain' 
JiiH welting to makii jrowr. 




i-|**T*l 



"faSw -^ S<hi(iiT.HKiga> '||B[ tin 

Snfop ShoppNtftShWtJ 
day. December 6thk Ctlf 
after. « p.«v 

Motel, private units. By day. w«Ht 
or- month. Nicely furnished, waai 
heated; pri(» reasonaMe. CentrM> 
ly located. Dial GA 8-»K». 

WVMka 



CANARIES — Guaranteed male 



HOU«»IOUI 0000$ 
R)RSAli t^ 



singers. Ideal Christmas presents ^°"<^*' *'* slip cover, dam greeifc 



for all the family to enjoy. Other 

rare and exotic birds of all kintis. 

FRANK'S TROPICAL FISH, PETS 

A pupj egjBft 

SW~ ilanl wWnL/ 

l»»4t 

■■■IS 



MM 



MW« 



2 end tables; cocktail 
lami^, ,^10.00. 422 
Circle. OA 8-1143. 



table; 2 
wold 
12174t 



19S6 EDSEL — Air conditioned, 
power equipped; low mlteage; 
like new condition; one owner. 
Terms arranged. Call GA 8-6M0. 

__^ ^'" 

1952 Studebaker Champton, biaek 
4-door, white side waU tires, seat 
covers, custom radio, heater and 
defroster. Excellent condition. 
Best offer. GA 8-9227. ll-5-tfn 

1856 Ford V-8 stationwagon. Radio, 
heater, automatic transmission, 
white wall tires, twp-tone paint 
Excellent condition. Call CM 
8-5036- _ ■ ^fe-tfn 

• MAU tfElF WANTS) 




Small grand piano, antique walntt 
^^WaritflMtt marble top otitic 
wide frame wai^ 
^drop leaf txmm 
us furniture. Ofit 
12-l&#t 




GA 8-7348. 



• poRSMiORimr 



EXtetrwti* cJijrp. — Wi fm^ t*o 

men to take care of our expan- 
sion program, ages 21-50, neat 
appearance, good character. If 
vour present earnings are not 
Wgh enough for yoyr present 
day cost of living this may be 
the Job you're waiting for. Perma- 
nent high Income position for 
men who qualify. 100 Airport Rd., 
Virginia Beach or pkona GArden 
8-W81 for IntervteW. 12-104t 



lotof aN Corand 

siNGfil smiNo mmi 

MS - sin ST. Ik. GA f-«7n 



» 



Assistant mechanic, Thunderblrd 
Bowling Wne. Call GA 8-5897. 
^ 12-17-lt 

• F^AAIi HELfIvANTO 



NURSES-Graluate. practical aaf 
nurses aides. Apply MAcrtnteiMl- 
ent Virginia Beach tieaarttai, 
25th and Arctfc Ave. 8'7-tia 



Experienced glfl tor drtJg store 
work from 4 p.n». to 9 p.m. Apply 
to W. B. Meridlth. Meredltl 
Drug Co., 17th A Pacific. 

12-3tfn 

' " " " ■ -"■ 1 

• BusinMs CpiiortufiiHit 



PERCUSSIONIST — Coliegt attt- 
debt available Dacrniblr ll^h 
thru Jan. 2nd: full dnim aet, own i 
transportation'. S}^rtan««d ini 
dttkdstra, dance Band, edmbo. j 
Pfc^e Daliaa DaUsy, GA 8^7i^ 
or wrhe rtt 2. Box 151, London ' 
Bridie, Va. 12-io<Jt 

.«■ » 



Want**— small Jobs around house 
or gaNen by retired man. Call 
QA 8-^24 after 8 pJB. 

10-29'it 



• Sftuition WsirtMl Ftm^ 



$400.00 Monthly Spare Tlnw — Re- 
filling and collecting money from 
New Type high quality coin 
operated dtspMsers in this area. 
No selling. To qualify you must 
have car, referents. #600 to 
$1900 cash, geven to twelve 
hours weekly can net up to $400 
monthly. More full time. For 
personal Interview, write P. 0. 
Box 1055, Boise, Idaho. Include 
phone nun*er. l:i-i7-;;t 

• FLANTS A SMMIBS 



SmaA, ni 



H |» » | » . 



xtumm and larft AmUmi 
and CaniMUMI far atla at %r|^le. 
sate or retaH VWt Dtthf^s 
Nursery, Rt 1, Bayside, Virj 
Phone HO 4^)861. Home 
MA S-8180. 3^; 




• MISC. FOR SALi 



Electronic parts, larger ^odk 
tubes, resistonb fimiftnaaim, 
speakers, arapliflerfc fc^e*, an* 
tenna parts. Ser#k» diacooala, 
Hirtz TV. London Brl<kft GA8> 
1727. ^^2*«n 



AM^HB)H(»JSt 
MMIRENT 



Attractively fwcnlskeA' wnall ««- 
tage. ttvii« room. «replace.-idln- 
etle. kitchen, large bedrtf^i, 
tile bath; vei^ lovely yAiii. Vei^ 
ly or winter rental. GA *6450 or 
8pp!y 213 W! 71st g^wfe 

1^17-lt 



WANTED — Position as salad 
maker and pantry work in restau- 
rant or hotel. Experienced. Phone 
OY IMm or write to Box 7:i. 
Rt 2, Lynnhaven, Va. 12-17-tfn 



niRNISiia MOSE 
FOR RENT 

Newly painted fwffilihed 
house. Yearly leeit $90 
per month. Did QA 1^71 52 
evenings. 



FOR SALE 

DoaMe idrengtk gtass atorai 
paaeia for Jirioaidea and awak* 
type wbrikwa lutnlled, Call w 
for peleM. 

\^RGINIA JALOUSIE CO. 



GAJ^^I 

■**<^ * .^^iiw ur .iiwi ■A. a .ii,|>i M 



Repairs 

O onm i fd al 



nMUIAOB 



W.CJOHNSON 
lis •ami 



I * " iH *' 






Busiiieiiii §iles 

Buildings/ warehouses, offices, sites and lots 
for lease with 1 200' on railroad. Virginia Beach Blvd. 
at Rosemont and Haycox Road. Midway between 
Norfolk and Virginia Be^ch. Adjoining the hew 
Princess Anne Pla?a. 

Apply Ffe^ A. J^Cttx mJ Awjiiilji, 

F. 0. Box 189, lyrtnhAVM, Virsima 

or FhOMGYpstr 7*1114 



mtm 



VIRGINIA flCACH^WMEWS, THURSDAY, DKEMBER \?, 1959 



Let U$ Help Ymt with 

SWOtmO MORTGAGE 

AT BANK RATES 

Conmerciol and Residential 



K.L.JAJ(D 



PhoM OA 8.2724 



I^.IL_-^^. 



flew6 and Views of AfagonS Vitlage 



Pbooey on Parking 

...Traffic too! 



IfMa 

TRAILWAYI 




The last regtilar monthly meet- 
inji of the Aragona Civic I^eague 
for th« year \W\B wan h«]d on 
Thur.i^dayl Der. 10, in the Aragona 
School auditorium. It wa« stat«d 
by »evfral members who attended 
th# meeting that there were 
numerokiii subject*; dL<M>ufiaed of 
great Interest to the residents of 
tlM» village. Announcement was 
made that there would be a full 
agenda of matters to be .studied 
and presented at th« fiext meeting 
in January and because of the im- 
portance of the subjects to be 
discussed and the fact that they 
are of great importance insofar an 
?iepre«*nting plans for Improve- 
mentR and the maintaining of the 
high .standard of civic advantages 
to all renldents of the Aragona Vil- 
lage area, an appeal is made to 
every family to have at least one 
member present at the meeting. ' 



33 Trips, Week-Days, to 

?SZ NORFOLK 

%vm more wiHi commtitor fkkftt. Ask for Detail 
klMdi4«i at TermiiMib or Irom Bus Operators. 



TRAg^YS 
TMlMAt 




rOMMINITV RfSTREATION 
CKN'TKR 

The iuKt regular monthly meet- 
ing of tiK' Aragona Community 
Recreation Center, inc., for the 
year lfl,'»{» wa« held on Wednesday, 
Dec. Itt and while It was Ktat?d 
that the several projects carried 
oift by the ACRC and the Individ- 
ualg who have participated In them 
did not build up an large a fund a» 
might he hoped for, still It proved 
that then* aie many residents 
Itiroughonl the Aragona Village 
comniunlty who have faith In the | 
plan to build a worth while recrea- 
tion center. An appeal Ik made far 
greater support of the projects I 
planned for the coming year to ' 
build up a fund of ftufflcient 
arnounk to permit conatructlon to 
begin within a few months. There 
hu.s h^n a great deal of hard work 
arul nme spent In creating the 
nueleuH for building the recrea. I 
tlonal center and plans which have 
lieen formulated have been matle 
after Mtudy an<l advice from compe- 
tent legal authorities and civic 
leaderx in the community. The 
erection of an adetpiate building 
and playground and .sports faclll- 
tle<$ will add value to the homes in 
the area. The off|per.«i and directors 
of the ACRC cordially invite every 
family In the Aragona community 
in have at least one member of 
the household attend the regular 
monthly meetings. 



■I f 1 1 mmmfm^ 
V. E. Klvans, 5lr«,C. R. Anderwn 
and Mrs. J. L, Grl|^, m new mem- 
bers of the club. 

Mrs. E. A. "Kvans, Chrl«tmaii 
Show chairman, reported on the 
club'.s entry In the Federatton's 
Flower Show held recently In Nor- 
folk, and iitated ttiat althou|^ the 
club did tiol win a tWbm for Its 
beautiful mantle de<xtratioti, many 
compliments were received. She 
thanked the latfiea who a,4Sl9t«d In 
the creation af^ preparMtoh ot t>te 
club's entry. 

There were three additional 
entries made by members c4 the 
club, Mrs. L. N. Etevhi •nt«i«d in 
the Hat Clasa, Mrs. R. B. Spires 
entered In the door wreath class 
and Mrs. Philip Krome entered in 
the table tree class and won « red 
ribbon for her entry. The club 
sold a total of 47 tickets for the 
■how. The club's Christmas project 
will be the St. Mary's Infant Home 
and there will be a collection of 
clothing presented to the home. 

The table detorattoos In reds 
and green.s were beautifully ar- 
range<l l)y Mrs. J. J. Finn and re- 
flected the real ChrlstnMis spirit 
which lent accent to the festive 
distribution of the Pollyana glft« 
which were very gayiy wrapped. 



Ribbon winners for horticultune 
were Mrs. M. C. McCarthy, Mrs, R. 
McDanlels, and Mrs. J, L. W«rt; for 
amngenwnts, Um. E. W. Ham^n, 
Ur*. R. Wear, Mrs. E, A. Evans Jr.. 
and Mwi. C, A. Tate, Mrs. P. E. 
Rt^rs, Mrs. M. .». MrCaHhy, Mrs. 
Phillip Krome and Mrs, 'F. A. 
Klucz. 

"the next monthly meeting -of 
the club will be h#W on January 
12 at the <C>rist Presbyterian 
Church. Hoiiteiis for the meeting 
will be Mrs. ^. P. Lehnert and the 
guest speaker with be Mrs. J. O. 
Freeman who will give a talk on 
the topic of "wood panels." 



Ves^Tinen Elected 
At Galilee Church 

The following men were elected 
to the Vestry of Galilee Epi.^copal 
Church at the Annual Congrega- 
tional Meeting on December 13: 
Mr. George D, Bijooke. Mr. J. Doug- 
las Hubard, Commoflore W. M. 
Thompson. Sfr. Charles Field IV, 
and Mr. Herbert L. Smith III. 

Mr. Charles L. Sale was elected 
as ^ Key Man of Galilee Church, 
representing, the Laymen. 



'f Registifatkm 
Slated F^. 5 

The OMmlttee mr the TWCA 
Program for Vli^inla Beach mm. 
at the home of M^jl D. Mumy 
Malbon. ch«Ji«ian, on MotMbi^ 
December 7. 

Membens present were Mrs. E. B. 
Tankersley, Mrs. Monroe Parmer, 
Mrs. C, N, Itoy, Mrs, G. W. Webber, 
Director; Mrs. F. D, Ferguson, Mm. 
T. Cornell Berry, Mrs. H. H. 
Bendler, Mrs. F. Henry WeMer and 
Mrs. J. N. Daley, 

Rt.>glstration for the next serle» 
of classes will be held at the Pine 
Tree Inn on Friday, Feb. 5, 1980, 
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Tt»er# 
will also be a book review, boffee 
and the charge per person will be 
40 cents. 

Instructors for the various classea 
offered -wllj lie Introduced during 
coffee hour and wUl give a brief 
resume of their course*. 



Vet Servfee Officer 
To Visit Beach 
December 23 

T. A. Moore, service officer f«»r 
veterans and their survivors, work- 
ing for the State govern mejit of 
Virginia, will as»lst clients, with- 
out ebarM, on Wednesday. Dec. 33. 
at the Virginia Beach Convention 



Ceatof. located at Pfdflc Ai?«ro« 
and l«h Street, between the h^rs 
of la ajn. awl 3 p.ra. This visit 
wni fall a day earlier than the 
usual Kheduled trip on the fourWi 
Thursday of the month, because 
Itote offices will not be operating 
on Chrtatmas Eve and Chrl-stmas 
Day, I^cember 24th and 25th. 

Moore's office Ih Norfolk Is 
located at 305 McKevItt Building, 
aa City Ha0 Avenue, telephone 
.MAdlsoh 2-^71. 



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ARAfiONA KliRMRNTARY 
MTHflOL C HRINTMAH PlJlY 

The students of the foui-th grade 
classes presented the annual Christ- 
mas Play In the school auditorium 
on Tuesday evening, under the 
sponsorship of the Parent-Teachv'r 
Association. 
AR.^UONA GARWEN riil?B 

Ihe Aragona Garden Club's last 
meeting of the yaar was heW on 
the evening of Dec. S at the home 
of Its president, Mrs. M. J. Mc- 
Carthy, 102» Aragona Blvd., which 
was gayly docorated in Christmas 
colars, Mrs. J. .1. Finn was host?ss 
for the meeting and .Mrs. W. L. 
Di-knn;.'ii, Mr:. V. L. B?aid, Mrs. 
■ T lOie"^^'. n, and Mrs. R. M"- 
ar e oho-jtesses. Mrs, 
'•!'!' wa.T guest speaker 

J ^ ., .ntert a d)lJghtful talk on 
the real meaning of "Christmas 
Cheer.' Mrs. G. E. Williams, mem- 
bership chairman, presented Mrs. 




t.ow««t pric^— 
your fift saving with 



OaliliedEcQDoif 

rHea4 |M«»>1M Mew other l«-ading half-tonnoil* 
Ami duuTs JMst the Mart! Y<ni save on gas with Fi»d's 
n9od«ti Si.t. You save on btts with Ford's truck-type 
frqot iufpe»iskiM. In indcp«-ndcni test*, front tires showed 
kn Ikam kdf iSt wear of il»o«c on trucks u.-sinj; car-tvjK: - 
m^Hsd KCipcmkMi. Sk aU the certified xm results now ! 

POM} TRUCKS COST LESS 

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Ultliiiiite in Good Flavors 




ON.TNftOCEAN at 3S«li ST. 

PUWC WHCOMl YBAH AKJUHD 

.Oyster Bar 

Oym fUxkhWer, Clams, 
Tlm^ Roasts, Steaks 

Hot and iOold Buffet Dinners ^2** 

From S p.m. SaHirdayt. and Sundays 

WINTER SPECIAL LUNCH ... hm,9Qc 

J^^Hnfinftimd «Oancinf ^^tmo^k0i^ 
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Antieipated 




niVniEIVll RATE 




A€lue?«Knt Day 

Hfldfflf&Rmty 

HD,4-Badb 

f h»* AchiW6th*ht &iy oonsMc| 
of »ducati<Aal ^isplayj; on ^xhi^iW 
of pto^ffi wofjc don* by horn* 
demoA^tration &M 4-H (*lub fn^tti- 
b»fR duflng llw two fftts E3ct««ft- 
sloft work hn» be«n In the oouhty. 
Th* Achlevrtfteiit activities wert 
climaxed with a ftuhlon show 
Hhofring fashion* for buiriTtes.% 
ehurdi. and street wear, house and 
after five dresses and gchool attire. 
A s|)ecial feature of the fashion 
phow was the modellngf of hats for 
all QCca.<!lona mafie by Mrs. A. Joy- 
ner of Norfolk. 

The adult displays or exhibits 
eonat«t«d 4tf Qetter Uj^tlng for 
Better Uvlh>f~a lofig time county 
foal a.s well as the state goal. The 
better }i|^trng display showed the 
correct h«>ight lamp and correct 
shades for reading, study, and g**n- 
era! lighting. l4irnp« and |>ln up 
lamp5! were shown for reading in 
bed and work, e*e. 

Hou.'^ a<H>«4Ulorles, another phaae 
of the Home Furnishing project 
consisted of a display of table 
ciotbfl and napkHi«, etc., "4leoorated 
with liquid embfoklery. 

Home Impfovement-^ phaw of 
the county's long-time goaf "Better 
Hottslfig." This difsplay featured 
kitchen and bedroom Rtorage sp,ir' 
savers as splee .shelve.*, knife racV-. i 
small and large shelVes for dishes 
of y&riovs «l«e. Shelves for bedroom 
cJoflets, etc. C^artit and plans for 
other storage, cabinet^, closets and 
rem.odellng plans were also on 
display. 

The Food and Nutrition Display 
featured milk and milk products 
In a balanc«d ,dl^ for adults as 
well as children. The Basic Four 
Groups of food to be cho.'sen 
from for our dallv food needs were 
displayed with ifresh foods from 
tocal groceries. 

Food Presenatlon featured fruits 
and vegetahaes preserved by the 
hot water .b«t^ and pressure meth- 
ods. 

Low Oost Holiday Ideas as gift 
wrapping, decorations, etc., were 
also on display. 

The 4-H Cltlb Displays consisted 
of Clothing I — featuring stuffed 
toys, making quick repairs, and 
your health featuring the home 
nwdlclne chest. Adult 4jH Club 
sponsors are: Mrs. M, E. Preston 
and Miss S. V. Wright, Kempsville, 
Mrs, Mary Yoimg, Seatack and Miss 
V*rllii.Ha«*ln«, Sealjoard. ' 
{JlpHpih OjeiMMMtratton Work Is an 

mKtr Kxi«»l¥: _ , 
iNrlee In Agriculture and Home 
Beoft^nics. The Home Demonstra- 
tion Club is an organization of 
ivotnen Interested la planning and 
tarrying through a program di- 
rwted to the improvement of fami- 
ly, home and community life. %dult 
club members in jPrincess Anne 



CG Academy 
Eiam Deadnne 
Draws Near 

the deadline for applications to 
take the Coau Guard Academy 
exa»hiftatl«ft^ Is ftearlhg. Coasi 
Guard official* advised here today. 
V CortipleCed appllcattonS must ^ 
received In Coast Guard Head- 
quarters on or before January 10. 

The ci>mpetltlve examinations 
will be held on February 23 and 24 
In some 120 United States cities. 
Successful applicants will be ad- 
mitted to a four-year course of In- 
struction at the .Academy, located 
at New London, Conn. 

The exama are strictly competi- 
tive, no Congressional appoint- 
ments or geographical quotas. Ap- 
pointments are based solely on the 
exams and the prospcrtlve adapt- 
ability of the Individual to milltarv 
life, ^ ■ 

Appllciint^? iiuHt be high school 
aenlora -or graduates who have 
reached their I7tli but not their 
22nd birthday on Jwly 1. 1960. Ap^ 
pllcants still In high school must 
graduate and -earn 13 credlth by 
June .10, IfWO, Tl»> crtHlUs mus't 
include thrW In English, two In 
Algebra and one in Plane Geometry. 

Excellent physical condition Is 
one of the I'equlrements^' as well 
as being between five-foot four 
inrb-"-! and six-foot six Inches In 
hpi«!it, with proportionate vfelght. 
Vision requiremenU have been 
downgraded to include applicants 
with 20/;iO vision In each eye Cor- 
rectable to 20/20 In each eye. 

An information booklet and ap- 
plications may be obtained by writ- 
Ini^ to the Commandant (PTP), 
U. S, Coast Guard. Washington 25, 
D.C. 



Births at Virginia 
Beach Hospital 

Dec. 3— Baby Boy, Mr. and Mrs. 
Carey Myers. 100 GAtewood Ave., 
Virginia Beat^. 

Dec. .V- Baby Girl. Mr. and Mrs. 
Earl K. Wise Jr.. Rt. 2. Box 57A. 
Ix)ndon Bridge, 

Dec. .V- Baby Boy. Mr. and Mrs. 
Mayland G. Wade, Knotts Ifdand. 



County are loeated In the follow- 
Ing sections: Back Bay, Bayslde, 
Cneeds, Great Neck, kempsvlUe, 
Lynnhaven, Munden, N I m m o s. 
Pleasant Ridge. Oceana, Seatack, 
Virginia Beach. Through the Home 
Demoi9tratkv) clubs agnation wdkle 

Icsl^ltf^ff *t|je :e^kin 
ducted. 

4-H, Club work fcs also a part of 
the National system of Fxt.>n.sion 
and is a specialized educational 
enterprise for young people from 
10 to 20 years of age. Over .HXJ 
♦-H dub members in the county are 
enga^ In 4-H club work. 



PER ANNUM 
FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING 

January I, I960 

Member federar Slavlr^s and Loan Insurance Corp. 
An Instfvmentality of The UnitKi States^ 

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'Portraits of the 
Bfodonna' nieme 
Of Oub Meeting 

tft a setting of little couhtry 
(^hufche^, carol lef<f, sprigs of pine 
and a white Christmas tree, 100 
ladle's atteAd«Hl the regular luftrti- 
eon meeting of the Woman's Club 
of Princess Anne County TuefJday 
at the Pine Tree Inn. 

The program. "Portraits of the 
Madonna." was presented by the 
Fine Arts Department and was 
narrated by the District Fine Arts 
Chairman, Mrs. Foster Gilbert. 
Members saw Mrs. Edward B. 
Snyder portray MurlUo's "Madonna 
with Child,"* Mrs. Waverly J. 
Dickens Jr. as "The Madonna of 
the Street" by FemiMl and Mrs. 
Carltim fc. Seay become Rafthael's 
SIstiiv Madonna. 

Miss Faye Coppedge was guest 
soloM and sang Ave Maria by 
n«('}i-<;ounod. S<»rlpture. poem:^ and 
special mu?ic were useil In con- 
ne<-tirtn with the program. 

A <lmrus under the direction of 
Mrs. G. C, Marshall, mmU' chair- 
man, sang Christina'? carols. Club 
members taking part in the choral 
group were Mrs. Oeorge F.. Miller, 
Mrs. F. H. Slrleby, .Mrs. Edwin A. 
Coyner, Mrs. T. Cornell Berry, Mrs. 
r»eorgc L. Aldr^dge. Mrs. D. Murray 
Malbon, Mrs. Auhrev C. I^lmes. 
Mr.-j. R. II. Owen, Mr*. T. E. I.*es- 
nitzer. Mre. Harry F. .Vmes and 
Mrs. G. C. Marshall. 

Mrs. D. W. Gregory was 'In 
charge of decorations, and Mrs. Wil- 
liam C. Ashman and Mrs. Charles 
O. Kldd were in charge of the pro- 
gram. 

Mrs. Waverly J. Dickens Jr.. Mrs. 
Aubrey N. Holmes, Mi's. Foster 
Gilbert and Mrs. R. H. Owen will 
attend the atate bbard meeting 
January 14-15. 

New members. Mrs. Stanley F. 
Howard and Mrs. Sidney T. Adar, 
were Introduced by Mrs. J. A. 
Clark. 

Christmaa projeots undertaken 
by the club Include a contribution 
to Vietnam throiifl^ CARE; a »2.i 
gift to the veterans at KecouRhtan: 
and the .sale of baskets and trays 
roatle by the blind veterans at 
Kecoughtan. A quantity of Christ- 
mas cards with stamps" for mailing 
were also allocated to the Kecough- 
tan veleranf. • 
In order to raise money to go 
toward the pui-ehase of a 2,000.000 
volt Maxltron to be i»sed in cancer 
research, the club agreed to sell' 
a household product. 
. Plans ^'•f i^tlM JNilf to hold 
Sen 



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Clyde Bell Naned 

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Fire DeitrMei^t 

<?lyile Bell w*« evicted ^ideAt 
of tlie Virginia fteaefc Voluftteef 
t\H Departlneiit at 114 f«^Uf 
December busti^ ineetl<i"g 'i\»^ 
day nigW. He iflll tike ofTlce Jfafi. 
I. suoeeedlf^ Wa^ jiorie Hrko ^as 
held this {naltlon for thtfjMlit jfMr. 

OUier (rfflMdi elected lArlude 
C. B. "NmI" Ower*. vtee prei|d«i^ 
A. M. "Andy" Holtand, iw<!f»tary: 
Jack Bailey, U«asurer; afift Toffi 
Rusaell. dMplaln. , 

During the past year, the volun- 
teers purcHased' IndlvMual f«41o 
monitors which has ibcreMvd (he 
efficiency of the orgahlmtlofi alkd 
has eliminated the walling aAd 
moaning of the hig sireh atSp tbe 
fife house, which was previously 
u«ed to call otit tfie yoUUilei-r^. 

The deparftnent wos also host to 
the 73rd Virginia Htate Firemen's 
Conreiitlon during August with 
the largest attepdame oii feiord 
for the assot>ltttlon. 

Tlie firemen ire eurrejfrfly ajoft- 
soring the Christmas Joylabd l^po- 
sition being held at the Conym^ion 
Center tt<ah Tuesday ftlgfrt th^u 
Sunday of this -week. 



ALFWN mm, Ik. i 

PRINCeSS ANNE COUNTY'S ONtY AUTHCH^IZOl 

MERCURY -- CDSEL VMklir 

Complete Service On All AM^^ Of Can 

PICKUP ana DELIVERY 

Pad^ry - TraiMd MfdMi^ 

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Her Yacht ahd Countrj', Club. 

Among the invited ^eA^t ##» 
Mrs. James N. Woodard, ^«t Mtft- 
dent of the lirfew^^f Dtst1b< iMd 
Mrs. Leonard HUeshew. * 



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FMDLErS 

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Boat Cushions— Canvas Work 

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200 apparst storsi, 150 furiiiffuro iforti, moro than 2,000 rsfall stfcibllihmintt 
offsring a vaflsfy fhof wfll •nobto ymH^i sxacHy whot you wont to givs for 
Christmot. 

You con islset ths riglif glfti Isr overyons on your shopping list from tho 
big variety and wids Mfsction in Norf^k itorsi. 



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0>NMRR€IAL IHJCKflN liOOf 

Coaclwii Sporting Good* saoved 
Into a flr»t place tie with Atlantte 
TV Thurwiay, by edf^ng the Ctvl- 
tan Clul) two to on*. Ot^na Haul- 
ing. Iwl hy Walt Hutchin><. *• 
f«aU>(t Atlantic TV twice. OcemM| 
IMtf & (lift .^art won two.oMne* 
fi-om the Hawk». Mathewg MokMra 
iipKct Pungo in two gamtsn. High 
set honors go to Waiter Hutchlni* 

I with nrtz. ^ 

Ix-agiM? Standings: 

Atlantic TV 6 

Coachei« Sporting Goods . .6 

Pungo 5 

CtvlUn Club 5 

Mathews Motors 3 



Ua^ng the While Hoi 

to t^ Shirley Bowl in Alexan(irt» 
but were unable to roll the aehMl- 

being dMl4Mtf eteewhwr*.' 
ately, an Invttatioit was noelTed 
from the Roaaljm ten^pin bowl f<y 
the Tbirds to bpwl f^fpat wMte 
of tlM^ tecal ki^lera. Old; two late 
did the Vig^i^ B^ach boys nslte 
thto tHtmi "ptekne*^ i/^m in- 
cluded ^v# of tbe bfrt bowljrra I« 
the Wsthbni^oajirea* wHh at teMt 
thi-ee per^ct 'SW jpmes to their 
&^iU and th«y waai down to 
defeat. 

Nursing t^elr woui^s. the T< 
birds arrived at the Simaet Bowl 
ttt Rk:htnond Sunday afterMJon 
with the determination to avenge 
the defeat of the previous evening 
and a tteiated lesson to never 
underestimate an u>ponent. Bounc- 
ing^^acli with their hi||h«st team 
Mn-ies of the a^aon, the locals 
toppled tSM pbia to take four 
{winta in the intercity traveling 
ttagi^ atM) tneta nearer the top. 
Tom Bargtr and Le« Amund' 



D. Schaefer 
C. Marsh 
Mathews M. 
M. Mathews 
'H. Brown 



Us^ SUN-NEWS ><^Miifidl/^ds 



Oeeana Drug A Gift Mart 4 

Oceana HauHng 4 

Hawks 1 



L«al 

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poUntlal, the T<Mr(te fun* won 14 
Mit ^ HI m0^m 9^0ft, in their 
Ust four matches. Tcmfi averaged 
225 while Lee averaged 214 for 

wm tto «ea^ tm^nl tai 4» 

!*>'■ hy John CHJshoto, Pete P^ 
Um and Kent Gaffer, the gang 
from Virgt^ Beatfb i« bii^«MAeS 
as the teim to ImM. MoMmrvr. 
Manager Himk Hl<$m mwmm^ 
that the Uam mM M9| flatter 
strengthened by tha iM^ulsltJiw o^ 
John Mon^piMry w^ ettm^lv 
holds a lOe itttige in tho fndua- 
tri«i Lai«uf. 

SpaaMon Fred Isaa^ of GoMbei 
^porti^ Goods and Joe Ph«l^ of 
the Thunderblrd a>wl both ex- 
prMsed i^eat satlafectlOB with the 
cordlaHtv 



diaries l)Mt 
MeetedtoHead 



The Vir^ia Beach Anglers Club 
WIS omctM^ Of*gmn^ «t a irrtet- 
Ing fa I tbe Conventloa Cemer» 
Tfiirsdl^ N|^ 1^. 3, A fpmif 
of some 40 prospective ng^m!tera 
appiwrN jm Asmmmi^om «i«t t^ 
lawa projditt by ^ prevftrtrtf; 
appoinleil «le^te_ conti|t|e# 
headecl ^ CMrfc^^y, irtfcg 
chairman, Cbarlea Datat^ iocal resP 
d»nt and ftohUlg en^uslaBt, vat 
«l«cted presMent of the new clyb. 
Other of^cers elected fhrom "Uie 
floor were M, C -JaKe" Sawyer, 



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Girl Seouts of Virginia' Beach 
and Ltnkhorn Ne^boriuwda invite 
all their friends and MkitivM to 
^oin with them to form a living 
Christmas Trwe trtfl s!iq[ Carols on 
the front lawn of The Cavalier at 
7;3& f-Bo, DeeMAber 2i. (I*laaa<ii iMta 

mam^^ mm tr<m tme. n to 

Dec. 22.) 



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and welcfflne aoforded 
iheir team during their -wU^ tol«tary; C, H. "Sohoy 
the White H«MC. Joe t*f lor, -'"--* "— - 

secretaty Of the White Hwim 
Bowlim |Ji^M»,an# otkM' i»im 
iMRtlwra ^dt ataM haA anilMnd 
a amaU pa^y thM Adn't lwl| ^ 
scores but made it one of the mmt 
enjoyable afternoons of bowling 
the teiMH bad ever eiq^rieneed. 



vice president; A., M, Holland. 'ieo> 
lOy" Forbes, as> 



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^^nt seerctary; and Ray CuaMtt, 
tmwttfvr. AIM elected to the tw«rd 
rf directors were W|d« Morse, 
t*th«r Crockett, U% WlUker and 
JiQfth Vaugten. Theae meji will 
a«r«e with the above mentioned of- } 
ft^rs. 
The club, ftormed to promote tlje ' Center. 



sport of anikkig in tM VtoigAlB 
Bea^ area, will hold ito n^f^Mf 
m4liHily metl^to^ the first lliurs- 
daf m each NliMth at tte Qdnven- 
tlc^ OMicr wiM a pwnMmM nmt^ 
ing baN om M oMttaM. M thMt 
meet^K IMM^ ilipili will be 
glveM^ intireil^ s|w« t i^vlaa 
shown, awards made for prize fteh f 
caught and vartoiis other, projecfa 
^wtis^. '" ' •* 

Attf perwna ttm^MM in flrti^ 

ing are urged to Attend our next 

tt^mng to m h6id Thunday, Jin. 

1 7 at 8 p.m. In' the Conventlwi 



QiristRMi Servirai 
AtEi^tern^ore 

Sunday, T>e«. 20 at 3^ |.m,, • 
Festlviil service of lijwniW «|Ui 
Carols will i)e |^reaenM in ttic 

and T«nilk Chflhra off tt» lAurah 
wiB lead tha att^tng. ^Udran «f 
the C%imeh trtmA toA adults w(l 
tatai pm tt'M» MHt<t< Bible 
rMMj^ dtpfcihm die Nat^ity. 

9H. H ^H IW» >)». festivitl 
W^nUmM*^ m$ Q»mmu|t< 
ten. - 

D«a. 23 at mm aon. CeM^ratMn 
ot tMm Holy 




I^HOOL 

Virginal Beach 



QUICK DIRECTOR 

TO RET TABLE BUSINESS PLACL^ 



Hl^ iadtvidua! sets with iHunber 
mi games won in paranthesto: 



OeeMia CIrug fi} 



321 €^, OHselis 



(2) 

.'il8 



OceMa Haul m 



W. Rutchtns S.% (I. Baler 



J. Ray I'otter 302 
Coacha* <21 

J. AdaniK l¥n 



Hawks 



M. PhUlips 
Pungo 
^r. Shipp 



311) J. 9w«nlwr 



Attantic TV 



(U 
fTS 
273 

a> 

2f7 
2I» 
(!>' 

3tt 



M. Davl« 
CJvltan Club (f> 
S. Hudglns 2il 
2«J 




ifniUiM Hl00n, Inc. 

Ford, "n^uiKferbirds, 
Itatlart flats 

4M.17lfe SI.~GA MnX^Va. iMdi 
Va. HO «4Nl 



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N, Clveely 284k. Tynea 

T-BirdsWn . 
OnR^trip 

The Thunderiiirds returned to 
Virginia Beach late Sunday aftw 
a i^Me^lng but enjc^ajjle road trip 
that involved thr<M bdwling* 
ma^hcH in three different clttes in 
IfHK Mian M hoars. ■ 

Arriving at tlie Wlille IIoumc 
Saiunbiy aftcrmJon liarel? in time 
for their match, the T-blrds; took 
the mfaaute of the W 



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"1 OF THE 7 BEST BUILT 
»RS IN THE WORLD" 

PEUGE0T 



(pro|HMIlCft«l >Qi|*oh') 



it(vc of a 7»t ta r a it djrin^ «l ftee mmt, was nrtMly 
li iha cMiiwr, an iMM «i Mm T heal aiMle «mm hi Mi« w«M 



Thb wwma • 
«op aat4i||iil|» 

The nrtmtmK^mil mtmm «k«« «| awnraylwi 

Ihg at mtm 4li iM««il ««»• aHwM i«lla naij fi ti ««' 



by the 



IM IMh t saay w«f« eMM m«II> 




wMt Ms « tM^bHal ^aalMjr «a* tapg Mi« «! iita<»w< is^swarlra, sells Mm 

If >oa M* Ifllllwii* la a ew> la Ae "*««Mpai-4 rair" MMtcwy. w Ml y«MS hM waaA a woadetM 
yle«-e of marhlaery. >i»a owe It to yuurKrlf In sw UiIm oiip, bi^rorr you buy. 




MAliON MOTOR CO. 

Willys Salts and Service 
WHLYtCARS 

'9s3^' StAtm Wa^ma 4t Trucks 
VI«^aia 




Marttn Aufo BMly WeH» 

C^neral Auto Re|9«ifs 

WrKfccr Smiec — 24 Ham 

Glass lasiriM^-** Stat* tiJp-rllwt 

OA 8^5f1-Nil« GY 7-4619 

OCEANA. VA. 



i^RAOm^ MOfORf 

AMt© In 




eiWOOD C. STO^ 




SyrfitWftai ial^Mr Homes 

■moDnjNG 

Km«» Ite. 1 loR 219 

BayiMik V«.->NO 44»79 



DRUGGISTS 



IRCiUM PHAWACY 



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307. ^I9l 



GA d«63t3 



iARn 







McCoy OH CO. 

Me«ttng Oil 

Automatk Keep-Fil Servk* 

im St^ Vlririiia B«icli 
Dl»t OA 0-3113 



•RINTINC 



ACHINf 




^MMAK mm 

IIWROVlMnNT ISO. 



S*v9 V/kmu, ¥w^ ^ lovhig i«a> 



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All This te 
YcNirsfor 

INCiUDING: 



$2290 



immediate delivery 



kjumm mmt ulon 

4'af<Mrte^— Afe CMMnned 

DI«16aI-26I1 






SNOW WMtl UUMQKV 

Laundry add ch'y claming at it's bm% 
'*ileaati(Mlie'' Brjr Cleaata« 

We Call foi- and *.'liver 

17th a Mi i flHwfii t in 1^. 
GAMI^l 



VWGINIA UMM 
STATIONiin^ SUMY 

Photo OBwI.FimH 
Eagravtafe Oflki SfinHn 

FHdIcy BMg. ~ 22S2 /^aslic Ave. 



SINW MrtNG MACMHil 

|».iw*,^iM^ Need--Ifs Snglr 
FM the vDfy%Civ» Sewing it's Sing|r 
Hik arti SNvIm Always alt IMi^ 

Sto^ir fiWfaig Machint Co. 

OA -ft67f T^5Q0 . 31 st Si 



• PLUMIINO A HfATINO 



Adams uros. 



Plumbing and Heating 

Repair serv^ 4fid supipHti 

warm air duct heating 

Chry»i# Air Cenditief»ing 
WE sfitvj^ wmkf WB e^ 

416-17ti»|trtet--iA 14731 
Vtififiia Bi«h 




^MdlNIA BIaCH 



Bodts -^ Outboards, 
Mmp - Ford 
Fishing Equipment 

GA 84471 
94|h i f attf H AV«. 



P'Al ^ s^ ^ re 






1% IMg. 



Atlantic Ave. & 1 7th St. 





PMNOnS MINI MARINE 

at MA'iHAwV^Bb NIC. 

Mkhtacbi, PMriving, 
Piers and Dredging 

GfMl MmIc Ml & Shore Dr. 
ttl. MO 4-1091 ~GA 8-7778 



• Sun vM pace! # ^ifvK or tedtfeeielte 'mHttoi m Carpeting ftroughoul tecjuding 
trunt • Heater a^d defrosters o Wheel trim rings o Rear seat arm rtsl woh ^shtt^y 
9 0c luxe S«^^ lA^l #ith tock • Twii intJicattirs # Windshield washers o 
^ctrK windshield wipers • Electric cloclc O Outside reur view mmot • Painless 
«ri bumper a«tl frill «i Safety pacMed d«h and sun visors • Oyctteve • V^iic- 
«an tins O Chrcme Tail Pipe Extension O Jack, tools and crank • Extra h^m and 
J^t hulhs # Oif filter • 6 months warranty • 500 service apd yarfe h^qu«rters. 




EASTERN AUTO 

mA» and SEK^e ^ MA 7.832 f 



D. F. MASON 
Cmoo and Dozier Work 

Waterfront Dredging 

MmO ¥fm a Spcdalty 
PlEKS and BULKHEADS 

m 8 44S9 NigM KI 5^589 




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Mncess Anni Moiiorial Parli 

, For the Iteriwf Care of 

y wr lexred Ones 
Mwi^'^ctaridn — Perpetual 
C«ro Mmi Liberal Terms 

2 AMiw ^m Va. leMh 8Krd. 
OK OrMt Nocli Rood. 

" 6A8^27 

If rwjwsv^r oiW OA 8-5920 



BEACH ELECTRIC SERVICE 
Eloctrieol Wiring 

ResMcalSilii tlOHifccM 
Geacrai E||(;cM<:tf 



GA 8.9100-^N'ile GA B-SSH 

1^ ^^ 



Xh'\h ^HOP 



noYD T. DmmY co. 

W«y|i« — Kkmmt — Acetyteac 



NCIJOl llfALTY 

Jeanne S. Kict, Realtor 

12 Salts people — Coartcoaa ScnUca 

Niono GA 8-7421 

Bay or ivofwig 
Mih A MmMIi Ave. 



Latkfci tekid tt HIHlop 
G^«N«] 



mxmm a wkdinq co. 

|lectr6;-A#tylene W%!ding 
OfBamoft^t Iron failings* 

ionden Bffl4t ~ GA 8-2361 



EED & -.aRD* 



VERi S'ORACiF 



Oceano loi4 A Hardwato Co. 

Seed and Garden Supplies 

too>iwMois 

GA J.1iSI - O«oi«i, Va. 




CHAMMON mmU, hie. 

Chain lirA-W^xx^Alumlnum 

Storm \Mn{iB^Ms^— Awnings 

5778 VkiM lt«A U^. 

Tol^UlMiM 



FUEL O 




Vifflnia Nach ko D^wy 

hff «H your needs in 

KX«M<^AL 

C«H QA 5-1792 

9rti ^teol - Vk Be«ch 



PrincMs Anno Fi^ CM Co. 

Twtacos Heating Qils 
Automatic Delivery 

GA 8-155$-Oco^io, Va. 



Storage i fl^tiifer Corp. 

Aieo'ts for Cnga| Brothei^ Inc. 

Coa>t to Coasi^ Transfer 

Local and Mt dllMaMV Movir^. 
packing, Cr«i«# 

WMvh II •■* ■ 

I8«h « mmn XM: -^ «i. Bradn 

Members: ijhWa.V>*' i<u»<l^ Muven' 
and WanilflHlBil Association 



ROY BR^GS 

Specializing in Mncesa Anno 
County Property 
Phonos; GA 8-5371 
NIto GA 8-9214 



t^ncr Service . 

"letaco Prodncta 

Ro^ Service — Minor Repairs 
"Wtm 9tlimim Aqmmtia 

^^^^mM3mma, Va. 



LUMSOEN AGENCY 
Virginia Beach 

REALTORS-SALES^RINTAIS 

Fire, .\ul4tinobifc, Hcimilatoa^a, 
Accident . Iwtuaiiea 

Dial GA 8-1 661 



RESTAURANT; 



HERALD ESSO SERVICENTEI 

Pick-up and Deliver on 

Wish and Lubrication job$ 

iMas Tires and Batteries 

.GA g-9421 -Oceana, Va., 




Thompson's 
Amoco Sorvico 

V4^> Scrvkraad ProdncO 
► TPifcries, Light Repairs 
PllLlier Scn^ 

Hilltop -GA 8.9585 




CHARCOAL 



specializing in 
BROHiffl FOOD 

28th and Atlantic Ave. 
Phono GA 8-6701 



-^ Ko»$ 
Ctern $t(SH:e4 Ti^ water 

aOn aorth of Va. Bcack Blv& 
at Odaaae Cwmr 
BAYSIOE 
Td. HO 4-«S<l — MA ^-8180 « 




riC AVBNUE 




IMI A^lk A«at 

Beraard H. ^fUmr^ a^. 
OArte Maw 



OCEANA GIFT MART 

Adjoining Oceana Oru^ 

^ mt Gifts. ih2l ate tfW^ 

OA 844^ -^ OiMiM, Va. 




AUM^ A CHAAWRS, M- 



PhMAffAI-l^l 



Ciola't 




Americaa ami HiiHpa CruWuc 





Duckio Lloyd's Toxac| 

Pick up and Deliver| 
Service 

Icx^co ffOducts — Fimstooc Tins 
' llif Md Pacific Are. 

, ToWjA 84321 




SALES II SEMCE 

Rt. 58 at Ocevw, Va. 

GA 8-5023 

401 -31$t St. at Va. Bead 

6A lbW14 

rhc ^et^'u Small^t nre^tote Q^ki 



CHIN' 



rooD 



BAinittn' Mwiw miv^Tt rABjtEi 
rtt9 PurUaf 



Charlie'% So^ood J^tAvranl 

ALASKA K^ aiAII 
PriviMa DW« BaM Wiy&s 

Noar LyiMilMvon InM 



PARAMK>UNT 
1800 

Sfcrving 



JuBior 

CalGAi-l 



WTMHMNI 

tktto airf 




H1UT0P UPlfOUTM^G COb 

Furaijbure UpboMeriag 
, ., . Aato Uphobtedog 

oW»KJrfi«Nd Hilltop. 
¥^!|r^ti%fl^.-4U 8-1 79i 





DAM NMK AUTO PMH 

CaafMe l|n| a| t #i iMt» IMi 

CowimiM RomI, y^rn^ 
SMHioiOiiint 

MitfMGAl-^ 



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lASKIN ROAD and 
ORIOLE DRIVE 

meiNIA BEACH, VA. 

An Invitation to You . . . You and Your Entire Family 
to Visit the Big, New Modem People's Service Dn« 
Store on Laskin Road at Oriole Drive. Don't Misa the 
(h>eniAg Sales Event of Virginia's Newest, Mort IJp-To- 
Dftte Self Service Drug Store. Hun^h^a of Money Jtev? 
ing Values Have Been Selected for this Event . « . Be 
Sure Not to Miss It 



WE GIVE SAV-A-STAMPS wim EACH PURCHASE 
>H Au DEPARTMENTS EXCEPT on SODA POUNTAiN 




SAVE 21c 

SfeKELUNG 

NUT- SHELF 

MIXED NUTS 



CRUNCHY nUH 



14.0UNCE 
VACUUM TIN 



68 



4. 



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SAVi49e! 

r MMiMiri.OU 

ftRfflTLE 









EASTMAN KODAK 
IROWNIB 

STARFLASH 

CAMERA OUTFIT 

ONLY 9^9i 




POPUUR 



CNURET^ 



AT PEOHBS 

EVEHY DAY 

low PRICES 



REGULAR SIZES 

•I ' 
PACKAGl'or 20 

5p 



CARTON 
OP 200 



KING SIZES 

PACKAGE OP 20 



20)^« 2 • 39^ 






CARTON 
OF 200 



FILTHt np 

PACKAOe OP 23 
Sir nSAISHT 




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CHftYSTAL 

PUNCH BOWL SET 



THIS 



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SALE! SALE! SALE! 

GIFT BOX OF 3 PAIRS 

ROSE DAWN 

LADIES' FULL^ASHIONED 
t NYLON 

HOSIERY 



I^IJklN OR 
DARK SEAM STYLES 



n 



77 



. DRUG. D€PT. SPECIAL 
PINT BdlTLE; ISOPROPYL 

RUBMIG ALCOHOL 



LIMIT t to 
EACH CUSWMtt 




x^ 



$1.59 VALUE 
GIANT BOX 

ROYAL PUID 
STATIONERY 

150 SHEETS — 50 ENVEL0PE3 



THIS 
SALE 



77 



SAVE 99c 

$3.98 15-LITE OUTDOOR 
MULTIPLE-TYPE TREE 

LieilT SETS 



l!lJ^ 



THIS 
SALE 



A TMVATn FAVOMTl! 



MAMMOTN 
eAKI, 




PEOPLES 
BATH SOAP 



CAKIS *■ 



•2 



99 




SAVE 30c 

PEOPLES QUALITY 

SACCHARIN 
Tablets, V4 Grain 

BOTTLE ^OC 

OF 1000 imw 



IMPERIAL TREE LIGHT SET 
7.LIGHT MtrriPLE INDMR 

IMPERIAL 24.LIGHT MINIATURE SET 



0»0»»9»mm»»*mt 



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99* 
,349 




Sl.fS RUM BUTTER 

mUlT CAKES 

99c 



2.PMND 
SIZI 




50 FtEE 

THIS COUPON OOOD FOR 

50 EXTM tmMmm 

WITH PURCHASE OF 
1.00 OR MORE 

eooD omy week of dec. i^^h 

THROUSH DEC. I9TH 
PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG SimM 



PHIPUS forviM DRW SnMB 




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MEMORIALS 

Ordtt Now fw Christmas ' 

MMFOLK MOMmENT CO., INt 

M l^19r. WARirS COn^R JU 7-28M 



•VI^INIA BEACH SUN-NEW5, THMRSiOAY. DiC||V»ER 17, 1959 



Mmti 



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nmt»^mi 



tONiOCiKATE 1^0l» DOTS 
2ND MOHrOAGE LOANS 

BANK \ 
RATB/ 

UP TO 5 YEARS TO MY 
cmmnmrnwrnmrnmomLmtyKE 

EQOITttlflHHiTCIi IIESIIBT CttP 

IN 



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mm$ BEAUTIfUUY UyisU)|RiP-A|,TERATI0N3 

^jrrenm (Jteanina 
iUvrars Heceives Special Care 

0„f^ CJmlJ Sim fUl Sl 

rttinCK W - MUVHY - PHOM OA UMI 



JlotewMd Memrial Park 




''THE FOUR PROPHETS" 

Cm of the moHy beautifut Ufe^sise and hand-carved Biblical 
jeatwes in Rosewood Memorial Park. 

"TOGETHER" 
AU through U^ inan and wift share their joys and sorrowt. 

YET 

Whv do to many couples le^ve such a sacred oHif^m 
0s the selection of a family burial estate to one or tlw Other 
«p do alone on the saddest day of tM» Wvtsf 

OUR UEMORIALlZATiON PIAH ... 

. Helps you take care of a fomUy okUg^tiem , . . H 
^imtnce of need . . . And terms to fit your budget. 

9—tmtmg Perpctwri Care. ROSEWOOD MBMORUL PARK 
l^tonM omWrnnUt roa^. ob« •tfN fam «f VMnla BewA 
•eirttrari at <%iMae CorMr. T«l«yk«»e G% 74141 «?&¥ 74>4U 




The MliaBrCi 4M1I^ 

rrs 5U to ca^ 



0y LUQLE CLARK 
mMmmwoop EDrr» 

m^Mnut wifBiiu (SI 111) 



MtWmme 



k MliM dial ateaw Mk 




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■MMMppi 



A Pfet^ Conf ^M 
Bmrs On Qiristnm Oiy 



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'S ^tmet of hotU^ toasMt 



una daserikaa » gmfaeM 



mam aesfe^wi tbat d^rras to 
make Its d^ot only oa Chrlatmui 
Day! It'a ProMn Nesselroda Pod' 
dlnCf a ligbt creamy deaaert to 
wreatba in holly and senra witk 
jNwr very boat hot coffee. 

\ Neaaelrode Pi^dtag is exsiet^ 
right for Cbflstmaa — » It's cool 
Ikod laacioua, filled to the hrlm 
with chopped fruits and' Rata. 
There's pineapple, cherries, golden 
raisina, pecans — and jnst a hint 
> of rum flavoring. Best of all. you 
eaa make it the day tiefore Christ- 
: mas la your prettiMt la4H^UHiSl 
molds and freeze it overnight. 
When turned out on a large plat- 
ter, your dessert will be the crown- 
lag touch to the happiest day of 
the year! 

Strong, freshly-brewed coftoe is 
the beat flavor eomiwnioii for ^lir 
confecti^ Be sure to make enough 
for dessert -^ and then some more 
to t^e in the living room. It'a ths 
perfect way to rad tbs terftwl 
bolidav mesL 



Pftten Nessslrods 

1 cap tusar 

icup water . ^ 

IH cups honey-lavNed rice etred 

2enrwhite« . 

1 tablMpDon white com syrup | 

1 <»n (• <».) orusbed plBeap^% 

strained ; 

WinarKRhtnotterilW 

1 cup hMvy «t*am ^ 



8CU0 vM/in rflains 
eap liwrty dioppad 



1 teaspoon tmltatloo rani 
flavorlnc 

Combine sugar and vaUr ta % 
saucepan, stirriag constantly vnUi 
sugar dissolve. Cook to S48\ or 
hard ball stage. Remove 
and pour half of the 
cereal. Mix lightly untU osteiri. Is 
coated: spread on waxed paper !» 
cool. Beat egg whites stiff sail 
slowly pour reouUntng hot sfrap 
into egg whites, bestlac 
suntly untl} mtetors is C(M 
stands in sharp peaks. Drsta plso« 
apple; eut cherries, ia kslL Whip 
cream. Stir creSBN rsteias. pscaasb 
pinei«pl^ cbsnrl«8» t^vw^ ve4 
ceresl into bMtea sft vblts bi1«> 
ture. Bsv» mi^tmn teto l»» 
divldial aisidii fiMn ntfi flna, 
UamoU.aisks»tl»iiinifi|s. ; 



Use SUN-NEWS Classified Ads 



Learn to Drive 
The Easy Method 

Do not be dependent on 
others. For refresher [m- 
sons or complete course 

Call Mrs. Moore 

GA 8-6060 



lAMla 



AnENTlON — DOG OWNERS! 

Secure Your 1860 DOG TMS 
ON SAi,E AT CITY HALL 



Vestrymen 0ecM 
At Eastern ^lore 

At.a recent Congregational 3^s^ 
ing the followinf men were eledstf 
to serve as Vestrymen lor ^ 
parish in 1960: Walter H. Baltl- 
bridge, Joel Carlson, Ralp9\ p. 
Davis, W. Emmett Kyle, PlUhui^ 
Mayo. Alfrerl L. Nicholson. J. War- 
ren Ultteton. 6eQi^ B. Smith. 
Walter L. Tucker Jr., Braden 
VandevetJtcr and Nicholas G. Wil- 
son III,. 




^wmmmm thi mw% for rabus inociaation 

B&ORE TAG CAN Bl SOLO TO YOU. 
1959 TAOS PCFtRE DECEMBER 31st, 1959. 



^wis E. &riith «-« City Tr^wumr 



AN0wS«tof , 



TeMh 

for 

Christmas 

Qbom In H»w 

TO tlKRVK YOU 

Sbm6mt 

oenhsis 



mem Ma 2^575 



NfrCfssary 

9 1 P.^ ^t, 




««>P SUN-f«CWS ADS 




No (k)ubt you'Q IMHM Ht Wipe 
a cake or two for «r siRra sfM^al 




treat, or ior a nelpteh 
this one sound to you? 



Hov 4oe5 



mninli^ autbm-^Ml unlimited en- 
liMed. and Mdpunent to active 
<hity «f HMtoms for the six 
<luty for training 
IMsllie Air Rssery*. 
will bs iM effset t^rotigft 
ISBUBry, IMO. S»- 
n4. ao January m«B 
ttila profrtm m 
activ* dkNty- for xnOmm 
on aajr day of iHsfr cholse. Tkls 
duty siMMs «f 12 wesks in re- 
cruit trsfeataw «t ParriR ls>aa«\ S.S. 
Upon conqtimon of "toiKit oamp" 
lbs Martn* wUlbs ' ' * 



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i tetspoon 

ilMtVoon 

I m^ »horteaMm 
t cup sugar 
i egfs«-separatt4 
1 c^ Mttemillk « saw «ilk 
1 ^iHl^pwll vaaflll 
4 tea^oc^ grated orai^t rted 
1 eup very finely cut datM 
Peam cream flUMPff- 

9m t<^tbM> iry hupsittmte. 
Cresni> togetbat mm» vmfitmmi^ 

ing wm m^ «M flMKr. Aiw s«g 

jMptsM^ttntf tiMmupir. Oambtto 
tim «HI wu^hi. JmH flour to 
«reims# mIstHre sNnrMtsly with 
sMte mtttwe. JuH M^e rlad sad 
mm. Mix w^u. Best (^§ «liMs 
^11 sti^ sad fold iatp batter. 
*rum into two greased and well 
floitrsd pSBs. Bala in 35(| ^gret 
<rven sbout 40 misiMSB, Wl^ dons 
turn onto cake raeks and oRfl. 
, For Pe#n cream filling wm, 
1 cup fliftly chopped 

I cup bqtter or 

I cup cream 
3 eu|M confecti(Ma«'s wafa 

I teufoon saM 
1 teaspoon vsnilta. 

Cream sugar and butter or mar- 
garine together, add eream, salt 
and vanilla. Beat thoroughly and 
add pe<»B8. Frost cake. 




^^^^^^^^ ^ av». 

mi M Isfca msimNmi ttM R«Mr«irt 

Is released fr^s ai^e duty ai^ 
returaa to Norlrtklo diHll srtth the 
MarlM Attack Sft^ron ilp one 
weekani a moHft. Thi^ |w^pram 
also vs0m to yaunf men vrlM ape 
Mtficlpathtg enlisbAflfft in t^ n«u- 
kvr 1A|rilia Corps. At anv t^ 
MMi'MNS U;k monflhs active (ta^jr 
fiM» tAlte s Marine hi this |i^ 

ra it legible to be dte;harge<l 
mMMisM in the ragular Ite* 
^at Ooi^s. iteii bt. iN idx mtrnths 
pnifmn r«ceh«e ^ iAhm tmiaing 
as sny other Marine and an as- 
sured of being released from activo 
duty In six mcHitbs unleas iiimy 4mt 
eide t^ rscaUst In th« n^^abKr 
swtitiHsmnem ftrtdltlansi laHwraMi- 
tiMi can ht oMi^Wi W calling tk« 
Norfolk Navst Ate MMion. MAdison 
MSll extenrioB ;Mt» at aajr time. 




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avcryw e n sale on ^ADr<laj, Dag. 
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Orders will' be taken by phoning 
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Banana eake U a favorite of 
many sitd if ift b me of your 
einUiya iivwMes. mhy not make 
tbem MS. 

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Itea^sUl^,^,, 
i-^up sugaf ■ 
Clip shortening 

1 cup milk . 

2 teaspoons vanilla 
4 eggs, aepanted & 
hi cup sugar ' ' 

1 cup thinly sliced banana.s 

Sift together into large mixing 
bowl dry ingredients and the cup 
of sugar; AcM aoftened shortening 
(not laeltad). Mix to b^nd. Beat 
two minutes at medium spied %f 
electric mixer or 300 strokes by 
hand. Add milk and ^g yolks. 
Blend thoroughly. Beat two more 
minutes. Turn into well greased 
and floured 9 inch square pan. 
Bake In moderate oven, 350 degrees 
35 to 40 minutes. Remove from pan 
when done and cool completely. 
For the loMfng beat egg whites 
until frothy, add the sugar — % cup 
gradually and continue beating 
until stiff and stands in glossy 
peaks. Arrange a layer of bananas 
over cookid cake that has been 
pla^d on a baking sheet. Cover 
with the meringue. Sides and top. 
Bake about 10 minutes in 350 de- 
gree oven, or until lightly browned.. 
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6{ years without review or revision, it's an 
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Since 18®, ibe statlatiifB; show, the cc^ of 
home buikllng bas \m,% about doubled ,^>o if 
yuiu* bona^ was Imnired in"1945 and you liave 
nut lncrea.sed the amount of i»iuranee that 
you catrled as'of that date, ya.i can ihwgine 
what could happen to your pock«jtbook if/ 
ffa« strikes. 

What is true Wfonv home itself is true of 
practically everyia^ng inside it. For instance, 
the cost of hou«eifcoJU furniture, clothing, 
appliances — almost evej-y item found in the 
home — has mcwe 4han doubled since ,1940. 
Then too yoii hav» added new furniture^ new 
appliances, T.V. Sets, sewing machines, and 
many otitee' itwns and you probably have 
. neglected to increase the insurance on your 
hWMelwId and ^jei^onal efects. These "little 
thhsgs" add up to a surprisingly big '^total ■ 
when an accurate Inventory is mad€L, 

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(tertional effects. Don't be caught half-insuied 
in ' the event that dls^ter strikes you. 

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to see if the amount of Insurance you a're 
now carrying is In lii» with present day 
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guests ^ cordially Invited. Those 
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Salter, Jenny Evereele, JwUlli 
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IViee Assorlment of Outdoor Stttlrilt 

FRESH CUT CHRISTMAS GREENS , ^ 
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>Woiiiin*s dtb 
HdhtoliliMeet 

The Wenwnli Otrty of Chwi- 
l^ake B W Bli heW ^ ^^Ir regular 
monthly HWilla g tt tlw BaysJde 
Christian Cknrcii- A huffet lunch- 
eon WM MMrved atl2.3e p.m. 

The Seem Hall of the church 
was attractively dea>rated in 
Clu'l^maa §e^ism, <Nttd^ a«d 
berries. The ladies eQjoy«d the 
door priaes, $11 dlreclly from Santa 
Qlau*. lira. T. B. I^tty, Amaloan 
Home cNilrman. wore a red ftlt 
fur trimmed Sanu Claus apron 
while she presented the pri»8, 
which included a filled stocking, a 
Christmas corsage and a doll dre&t- 
ed In handmade clothes. Mrs. W. H. 
l^bry, a guest at the meeting, was 
ttte flaaa^ recipient of thb teby. 

Tha baairtlful, superbly trained 
voi^a of the 'Princess Anne High 
SclMwl Chok- provided « prc^ram 
of Chrlsttnas music, Mr. Clark 
Graves is director of the choir. 

Speaker tor the day was the Rev. 
David H. BuiT, who is pastor of 
Um Boyster Memcwlal Presbyterian 
CluiMr^ ia Norfolk. The Rev. Burr 
spoM iq^opriateiy on prot>!ems 
of the American Hoine. "Today'8 
pareRt," Itr. Burr said, "in his 
greit deiii^e to make his child 
perfect — in school, socially and 
all ways, very often forgets, and 
takes over the driver's seat from 
Ood." iTew children, no different 
than adults, can t>e everything at 
one tiBw. They grow In four dlf- 
feKRt wnys — physically, mentally, 
•motionalty and spiritually. Some 
(tevelop faster In c»ie way, some 
in another. Growth that Is superior 
in one direction will often leave 
•(HBething to be desired an an- 
other." The Rev. Burr cautioned 
parents to "train up a child in the 
way he should go" with these three 
thia||ii> truth, attitudes and an ap- 
pnciattoR for aiience at the right 
Itane." Hki final caution was, 
^^gjer attempt to play God to 
your^-^bildrett." 

Mrs. Harry W. Fulford an- 
nounced that the Woman's Club 
would sponsor a Christmas Door- 
way Contest. These interested in 
participating art to call the Club 
oiNTden Chalm^n. Mrs. ^y M. 
Harkaen. at HO 4-1494. 

The club members voted to pre- 
sent' to the Maxltron. the 2,000,000 
volt X-ray machine to be installed 
in the Medkal CoUe^ of Virginia 
in Richmond, a gift of $100. Thl^ 
vo/ikm a total of $125 which the 
elttb h«a giv«n to this project 
I recomm«Bded by tlM Virginki State 
radieratien of Women's Clubs. The 
Golden Circle of the Gei'ontolofiS' 
Department of the W-oman's CJub 
is now selling fruit cakes, the 
proceeds from which will also Im? 
presented to the Maxitron. 

Mrs. Thomas B. Petty wa.s chadr- 

.man in charge of the prbgrfm fM- 

the day. Mrs, Rhoda White bf the 

Oc^an Park Woman's Club was a 

special guest. 




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Offer tfieir Friinds and Neighbors 
in Virs^nia Btacli and l^rinoeis 
Anne County a Compiete Gift 
tieadciuarters for ^eir Citristmae Sliopping. 
Son^tein i^ for eacii IWemtier of ti ie Family. 

Watches — Rlnf» — Luggage — Silverware — Lighttre --^'Neddaeei -*- Bri^ets — 
Shavers — Cmrm-as — Pen and Pencil Sets — EarriUfs — B&oy difti — (3«eks — 
Radios — Canipftets — Qurry AUs — Appliances — I^liirlcw* tCcckli — EoiBirys — 
Cuff and Tfe S«te — J«wrtiT BDxes — Crosses — P^u'is and Many others. 

NAME B&ANDS GAiOltE 

Gri^n — Shaeffer — Hamilton -*- Wf^n gbouse — Bulova — General Mectric — 
P^Ser -« Kgin -« EoMon -* ^n|v]» ^ Universal ^ Loagiwa— Seth fhomas — 
V^tti»w -*« V»tt P0& -• Le Coufe^--- iSgin American -^ lUioms -^ Tara — 
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ter of th* Dattg^te* ^ the Ameri- 
can Revolutkm c«h»brtted its eighth 
birthday with a luncheon at Dog- 
wood Inn, Virginia Beach. Dec. 12. 

Mrs. Guy Robertson, Regent of 
l^inceui Anne County Chapter am- 
nounced the chapter project for 
1960 would be a collection of eye 
glasses for the • needy and scrap 
booka will be made for chlldrens 
m^Ai te k)cal hoepitals. 

The State Dj^.R. project will be 
• Conbrtbuti<Ma to the restoriHion 
•I -'^Qle^nrn" home of Patrick 
Htaary. Mrs. Robertson ahm an- 
nounced that the 80 star United 
States flag will become official 
July 4 im. 

T«9 new mmaben, Mrs. Oene 
SKarr and Mrs. H. H. Waterfleld, 
were preseiUed by Mra. Onren-^J. 
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nke Whltra Chrtatmaa ]«tt» n^ 
read by Mrs. Rotalane Simpao^ 

■KwUry of Prlw^M 

Cbapter. 

4 C^lds^nM woictm was pi»- 
•MMed. iMMflpibta *wene Intro- 
cMoed 1^ Mrs. •. F. White, Vice 
R^pnt of the chaptw. 

Mrs. Donald Hood sang "Pew^ 
on Earth, Good Will to Men " and 
"SllMtt N^t". accompanied at the 
piano by Mrs. H- N. Etheridge. 

"Why the Chimes Rang," ^ 
McAlvin, was given by Mrs. Sari 
S. IteVal. 

Mrs. D. Murray Malbon played 
"Oh Little Town of Bethlehem." 
, Chri8tii\a.s gifts were ewhangtd 
by the members. There were m> 
Carlstmas gifts given for the needy. 

Thirty-five membera attend^ the 
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The Navy's Military Sea IVtna- 
portaftlon Service was activattdfon 
Oct. 1, !M«, thereby combining the 
aervtcea of both Army and Navy 
traqsporta flirrying troops and sa^ 
President General of Daughters pM*s throu^out the wortd. 




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sioti, Wecrtliw Eyt kotttor, oirUnor focHnliig MMjiIti 
radio, two-tono col6N. 

RamU^ nvings are proved and official: lowest prices, high* 
en resale value, most wOm per galkm in ti» MobU^ui 
Economy Run. Room ka average ftmily of ux; hig^ wide 
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A bad Rfiow stortn pfevent«4 a 
salesman frpm leaving a scrtatl west- 
ern town, so h# wired his firm, 
"Stranded berv du# to storm. Tei«^ 
praph inrtruciiofiK." 

The ftply read, "Start annual 
vacation immediately," 

DAIRV HHORT (X)l'R8K 

WHOPPixG Hucriaw 

The seventh annual Short Course 
for Dairymen from all reports wan 
the best ever held. Speaiiers from 
three slates, and from all over the 
Rtate made up the program. Dairy- 
men from all counties around Nor- 
folk and extending into North 
Carolina were In attendance. The 
daiiymen received valuable hints 
as to how to Improve their individ- 
ual opaations today, and' what to 
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OKMOKSTRATIONH 

Data la now b«lng' summarized 
from the ten cornnet-Heturn-lm- 
provement Demun-strations ^Ing 
conducted by Princess Anne Coun- 
ty farmers. As soon as the summary 
ia completed, the ten farmers will 
in*«t with me to analya* the m- 
■ulta. ThU meeting will he held 
(he middle of January. 

The v«lue of these «Jemon«tr»- 
tlons can be remarkable. Each de- 
monstration field was grown ac- 
cording to complete recommends* 
tions adapted to that flekL There- 
fore, pactknUy each field waa 
tr^tad differently, but with one 
result In mind, to increase the 
amount of net-lnccsnc derived from 
iin acre of com. 

Cooperating with the VPI Exten- 
sion Service with these demonatra- 
tJons are. Everett Sawyer, C. D. 
Cartwrlght. Ralph TnmU J<^n (^n- 
tos. Jack Fentr^fi, Alvah Malbone, 
J. B. Dudley. Robert White, Stuart 
Ives, and Edvin Vaughan. My 
thanks to these men. 



can Revoluttoo, UmtiHA «oMi«nt look for anotlwr, flehJ. 
used ChrlstmaJ tr»# to t^ Uftitad IP addiUon to |trovidlng you 
8^t*«. I with information about iUning 

Many people todftjf Wjf IhMf i)««di {(vf your crop laftd. soil test4 
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FORAOK DSMONHTRATION 

Arrangements were made last 
week to have a conclusive d«TM>n- 
stration next year of eight differ- 
ent forages. These forages will be 
for aero grazing or green feeding, 
"^he demonstration will be on at 
least one farm and posslbfy two. 
This will glvfe our dairymen tre- 
mendous Information on which ia 
the best to use for green feedlni;. 

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Ona of the more pleaaant Job» 
tha^^ we do at Christmas time Is 
to aelect a Christmas tree. Tlje 
use of a tree at Christmas is now 



the trees to the doot»«tt». Others 
rtill like to go out into the woods 
and fields and cut their own tree. 

For those who buy trees, the 
following points are generally con- 
sidere<l: height. «pread of branches, 
fullness of branches, color, fran- 
grance, freshness, ability to retain 
needles and cost. 

It is not ea^'for the layman to 
distinguish betweei) the everf^-eens. 
However, the needles and their a^ 
rangement o» the twig are often 
used to IdetHlfy trees. 

If the needles are scalelike, the 
tree would probably be a red or 
white cedar. If the l^ves are need- 
lelike and In clusters oi two to 
five needles, it would probably be 
a pine. If ttie needles «fe not In 
clusters but are attached to the 
twig or branc^h singly, the tree 
would be a fir or spruce. To distin- 
guish between fir and spruce, roll 
a needle between your thumb and 
forefinger. If the needle foils readi- 
ly, it is a sprite. If you teve «f- 
flculty in rolling the needle be- 
cause of the flatness, it U a fir. 

Some of the more popular Christ- 
mas trees offered for Mie are. 
Douglas fir, balsam fir, white pine. 
Scotch pine, white spruce. Norway 
spruce and red cedar. 

The noteworthy characteristics of 
each of these trees are: 

1. The firs. The needle retention 
is gootl, the firmness of branches 
is fair and the fragrance is very 
good. 

2. White pine. The needle reten- 
tion is goocl, firmness of branches 
is poor, the fragrance Is fair. 

^. Scotch pine. The needle reten-, 
tion is good, the, flrmness of 
branch^ good, and the fragrance 
is fair. 



program by showing whether t>»« 
amounts of available potash, phos- 
phate, niagnesium, and callcum are 
low, medium, high, or very high. 
If you are not getting p>od yields 
a soil test may point up the pro- 
blem. You can get aoll boxes, soil 
record sheets, and directions for 
taking samples from my office. 

PRODrmON ITS]tfH TO 
CmVT MORE I.\ '90 

f^e price for production items 
supplied from the non-farm part of 
the economy and used in farming 
will continue upward in 1960, but 
there are still opportunities for re- 
ducing production cosu per imit of 
output, say agricultural economists 
at VPI. 

Farmers continue to be faced 
with increasing prices of power 
and machinery. In March of this 
year, prices paid by farmers for 
new machinery, excluding tmctors, 
averaged 3 percent higher than a 
year earlier and more than 50 per- 
cent above the liH7-49 average. 
However, ciurent retail prices of 
tarm machinery, power, and struc- 
tures reflect in part cost of addi- 
tions and improvements. These 
-extras include live power take-offs 
on tractors and improved hydrau- 
lic controls with power steering. 

Farm wage rates in October 
reached a new record mark for 
the session. The national Composite 
hourly wage rates around October 
1 a\'%rage 80.6 cents per hours, 1 
<*nt higher than a year earlier. 
During the same period Virginia's 
composite wage rates wem from 
68.4 cents to 70.1 cents per hour. 
During the last year famllv work- 
«Es on Virginia farms dropped 6 
percent while hired workers 1.3 
percent. A larger percentage of the 



lower tMi ntey «wr« dufli»g^fE(if 
>l«^»g, tout hl^f tnaft « yS5 
farHer. Retail prices <»f <NN?Wrt 
gTMs, red top, Kentucky blue^as*, 
and tall ^cm »« aboie thoiMt of 
the 1^^ planting f^ason. Timothy 
and common r>'e gra<iis Br« the Only 
gnm seed seliing lower than \»at. 
year. _ ' 

During the pa.st 10 years, in- 
creases in the price of fertliijer 
have been smatl com|»red irith in- 
creases In farm wa|^ and ^«duc- 
tion Uems from ott 0» Mra. 
Farratrs are buying more bif^ 
analysis fertlliief, thereby cuttini 
fiutrlent costs. 

Tight rtKmey supply and hl^ 
interest rate^i aren't likely to 
.wfien in the noxt several montM. 
And the . economists say that be- 
cause of heavy expenditures In 
counties for scIkwI facilities, many 
farmers are likely to receive higher 
t4ie biUs in iWM).' 




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tention Is good, the firmness of 
branches good and the fragrance 
is excellent. 

5. Norway spruce. The needle re- 
tention, Is poor, the firmness of 
branches is fair, and the fragrantv 
is fair. • 

6. Red cedar. The needle re- 
tention is good, the firnmess of 
branches Is fair and the gragrance 
Is goo«l. Cedar has one objection in 
th#t the needles are fAicky. 

Some of the important points to 



^ w»... m^. .. *****' work on Virginia farms Is 

4. White spruce. The needle re- being done by hired labor compared 

ntlnn ib mvui tKa 4ifntn^^a a< *n last v^ar r ^ 

A moderate increase in the num- 
ber of livestock using grain is in 
prosper; for the next year, but the 
supplies per animal unit will again 
set a new high. Peed grain prices 
In Virginia will be held down by 
heavy supplies. 

There will likely be more oil 
seed meal than Jast year, with most 
of the increase in cotton seed meal.- 
The I9i» soybean crop for the 
United States is estimated at 7 per 



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When next year's Christmas shopping time rolls 
'found, how would you like to receive a nice fat 
check to pay for all gifts? It's easier than you 
think when you save the Christmas Club way* 



remember is aelectlng a Christmas cent less than last year. The econo- 

^''** fTf" . . ^ ^. . "''^*« s*y "i^at and milk producers 

1. Try to get a freshly cut tree ! might well investigate the possi- 
r^.,M^ ^u. _».^i,„ ...... ,.-. y„j,^g ^j ^^^^ cottonseed meal 

rather, than soybean meal for their 
prcrtelft iieeUSi The price relation- 
ships between soybean meal and 
com make it necessary foi'-farnjers 
to check closely on 'their protein 
level of feeding. 
Another large hay crop in Vir- 

Snla, on top of the record crop 
St year, makes hav supplies rela- 
tively large on Virginia farms. Vir- 
ginia hay prices are llkelv to be 
lower. 

Prices paid by farmers for aee<l 
in mid-September averaged 6 per 
cent below a year earlier. Mid- 
September prices of certified al- 
falfa seed, however, were higher. 
Common alfalfa prices were alight- 
ly lower. The Virginia red cl<^er 
seed «rop is estimated to be only 
ha:lf as large as last year's big crop 
and 4 per cent Under the 10-year 
average. This probably will result 
In higher prices for Virginia red 
clover seed. 

Production of orchard grass seed 
in Virginia for 1959 is the smallest 
since 1954, a drop of 48 per cent 
from last yepr and 18 per cent 
below average. Orchard grass seed 
supplied for the United States are 
about ) below the lo-year average. 
Thus, prices are likely to be higher. 



longer, the color will be better and 
the fragrance will be stro^er. 

2. Examine the tree for' branch 
firmness. Heavy ornamnets and 
pre,«ents will weigh branches down. 

3. Select tree which is roupd and 
full of i>ranches. 

Regardle^ of the type of tree 
selected for i ChrfstmM. ttw tre^ 
can be kept fresh tonger by setting 
It in wat«r. The average siie tre* 
*lll use Up to one quart of water 
a day In a warm house. A new idea 
for the use of a Cbinrtmas tree 
has recently, been d^vetoped. Many 
people are buying potted trees. 
After. Christmas the tree la set In 
the yard for ornamental use. This 
Is a good Id^ for Woae |>eO{d« who 
have just' built a new house and 
need trees In their yards. 

A Christmas tree la a thing of 
beauty and enjoyment Careful 
selection will make it more uaeful, 
safe and satisfy every need. 

HOIL RAMPLS 1M» 
CROP LA.N'D NOW 

Now Is a good time to aend Ut 
soil samples from fields you plan 
to plant next year. 

By having the soil test made now 
you'll know whether t^ soils need 
lime or have • pH too high for best 
results. If lime Is needed, you can 
apply It early enough to do 8on<e 
good. If the pH Is too high for a 
particular crop, you may want to 



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Wednesday i;.]7 l:5fl 7M ?i«) 

Thursday • 2:.19 2:58 HiXi 8:49 

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VOL XXXIV. No. 52. 





VffiGINIA BEACH SUN 







"SERVING VIRGINIA'S FASTEST CROWING COUNTr 



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V(/?GINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, .TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1959 



CUSSIFIED ADS PAY 



SINGlf COPY: 5c. »Y MAIL $3 50 PiR YIAl 



Vernon Etheridge, Father of 
PA. County Treasurer, Dies 



Vernon Arkiss FXherUlj^, (Wt 
retired Prlmx'sn Anne County 
farmer and father of Verpoft A. 
Etheridge, treasurer of PrlnceiM 
Anne County. dle<l Satuntay at 
7:45 p.m. at Ws residence In Back 
Bay afU'r a long iHnes>;. 

A native of Pfince.'W Anne, he 
had l»een a farmer all his Tife. H«> 
wa!5 a memlwr of Oak fifove 
Baptist Church. 

Surviving are his wife, Mr."?. Fiva 
E. Ethi'rUlge; seven daughters. 
Urn. John Wllwn, Mr*. Thomas 
F^lora and Mrs. Roljert E. Henl^'y 
•Ir., all of Princess Ann#: Mrs. 
Donald Trump of Windsor,. Mrs, 



William Nlckla.-* Jr. of Newport. 
R.I., Mrs. L. M. Harrell am! Mrs. 
Lyie Pugh. I»ih of lllekory: «lx 
sons; W. t. Etherldgf of Hampton, 
Vernon A. RtherWge, Wilson E. 
KllierUIge, Harrison L. Etherlrigp. 
Nelwin J. Etherldge and Befthle J. 
Etiierldge, all of Princess Shoe; 
two brothers. W. W. Etherld^ of 
Norfolk and C T. Etherli^je of 
Back Bay. and 27 gran^hlldren. 
. Thf body was Uken to HoUomon 
Brown FuneraJ Home. 

Funeral aervJcM were oondueted 
at Oak Orove Baptist Church Mon- 
(tay at .T p.m. Burial was in the 
church o«metery. 



YESTERDAY AND TODAY 



TARM Begins First 

Resf Off Virginis Beacli Shore 



Tidewater fish conservationists Bnothers' tug Mary L. McAllister 



Tuewlay t<M»k ivwj steps near their 
goal of providing artificial reefs 
to Improve game fishing In this 
area, 
Al 2:no p.m. the McAllister 




Nearty 



werft#r«i new 
hope for Clwl.'itinas thp&ugh the 
test-minute activUles nf the Virginia 
Beach - Princess Anne County Joy 
Fund .«tponsOred by the Beach 
Jaycws. Over fWI famll^ have 
been assisted during the past Week. 

"We'v0 received wonderful as- 
sistance ft«fi volunteers handling 
our Toy Bank earlier this week, 
but one big problemr-a fihprtaip 
Of funds remains,*.* ^ald Mike 
Kataias. Joy Fund chairman. (Hher 
Jaycee spokesmen also stressed the 
need for stronger support ft«n res- 
Jdents of the city and county to 
help their civic qrgbnlzation Me- 
ijuately serve the cownwmlty. 
Money contrihutiona make-up the 
backbone of the campa^ and the 
present .s^ituatlon has alarmed nmny 
Interested citizens. Coirtrlbittt^ai 
can be mailed to: Joy Fund, Btnt 
274, Virginia Beach. 

Balance Forward $748.87 

Thomas C. Broyles 10.00 

Richard G, Brydges 3600 

The Jolnus ' Club 

Mrs. C. F. Mears 

n. L. Taylor 

Va. Beach I^ge No. 274 

A.F. & A.M 

W. R. Mitchell ^ . 

Edward M. Harc^f 

Bible Class 

Alpha Chi Chaptter of 

Beta Sl^a 1*1 

Javcettes .' 30.00 

Lions Club 20.00 

In Memory of Mr Par«rtfc 

Mr. & Mrs. W. W. 

McClannon by HflDfred 

McClannon 

PRB & EDB 

Employees of K«nan|JEaton 

Insurance Co 

Denton's Gifts 

Clvltan Club of Va. Beach 
In MemaJy of Henry 

Shelton Sfny 

Outlet • Ark 

Airlines Tranqjort Co. .,. 

Mfs. L. R. Sari^nt 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward 

R. Ambura 

Clalbonw R, Bryant 

Maxlne J. Dalln 

Jaffe 

Oceanslde Circle 

King's Dau^tei^ 

Nellie T. Dirtoon 

Prances and Joe Flvi»iBh . . 

The Tar Heel 

In Memory of Rip 

Worth Petty . 

Olivia M. Manson 



brought a barge load'of old cars 
to a point 10 miles off Virginia 
Reacl^ and started 'dumping them 
In _ the water. 

The Mary L. Is the tug that 
brought the African Queen to port. 
She was provided free by the tug 
company, skippered by Capt. Ken- 
nrth Forrest. 

The old atiloR were dumped in 
' 1^ ma^r by a crane motmtecl on 

'■ ■■ ■> ' iyt wi |. thp-Lteef tw« hrtjn bujlt. 
mj^'Vim^rm n^*e 4life}f :^fc»e 
there. 1%e «onsei<¥attoiiflli^ <N%lh- 
ijsed as TldewMer Artifiebil Reef 
Develonment Assn., hopt the small 
nshwili att>«ct l^ger {^ine fish. 
Similar reefs have been created 
elsewhere and prov«ed aaccessful. 

,'Meanwhlle the U.S, Amiy Engi- 
neer District annoupu^ed the 
TARDA had asked permbston to 
build a second reef In Chesapeake 
pay on the Htnrscshoe, about 21 
nautical nliiles east of Hampttm. 

Like the reef off Virginia Bea<^ 
it would consist of two lines of 
Junked cars and concrete rubble 
about a mile long and half a mile 
apart. 

Approval for the new reef is 
expectajtl by the end of January. 



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Three YoulfeiiiveiiS-Year Sentences in 
Circuit Cooit;0ne Has Been Prolrien 



Ronald .S. M<-raithy. 17. who 
overturned a CfMmsel table duHng 
his Circuit Court trial Thursday 
and was^uhdtied by police officers, 
has a long hisloryof ml.'rtM'havlor. 

Prtnc**! Anne " scImioI and law- 
enforcement autlwritles have beefl 
dealing wHh the problem ymilh 
for years, according to reports 
read during his trial. 

McCarthv and two l7year-oW 



companlonK, Storting l^eon Evans 
Ir., ami William El wood Sprulll 
Jr., p*** «^lved a five-year sen- 
tence fttr « series of housebreak- 
ings. McCarthy was said to he the 
ringleader, 

While they were In ^U awaiting 
trial, they became so difficult to 
handle that they were placed In an 
Isolation cell, acconting to Aheriff^ 
J<*n E. Marr. When they mt fire 



Large Tract Purchased for 
Resifka^l Buildir^ Sites 



V^o Revenues 

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LmidmBridgem^^ 

New Officers at Dec Meeting 

Mrs. EltaHrtwth 0^1 installed t6«^ter 'living, and to i^ the potentials 

In home econoq»l(» as applied to 



Operating revenues eg ttie Vir- 
l^nkt Electric and Power Oraipany 
of t12J52.000 for November and • 
net Income for the month of ^S^Sg^ 
000 were reported today by A. H. 
McDowell, Jr., Vepeo President. 
This represents an Increase of 5 
per eent In revenues and a 4 per 
c^lt Increase In net Income over 
Moyember ]<M!». 

MoDowell reported earoi^p 4ff 
(1.68 per iriiare ^ eeanMR atodc 
for.ttie curvent twelve montl), bd^ 
on 14,910,000 shares of odifniRon 
outstanding November .10. cbinpar* 
ed with 11.65 on 710,000 fewer 
shares outstanding In November 
195S. 

An increase of 23,000 eteetric fxa- 
t(miers° and 3.400 gia citftoiiMn rm 
mrted over the prevloos year. At 
present, the company has approxi- 
mately 742iX)0 electric customen 
and ^,000 gas ciMitoiiM^.^ 

A total of f41 .777.000 hfts been 
spent during the first 11 monttis of 
1059 of an estimated 1950 ctmstruc- 
tlon budget of $53^)0.000. the pres- 
idmt Slid. 

•To meet the ever increasing de- 
mand for electricity, Vepco has 
spent $175,402,000 for the ccmstruc- 
Hon of new plaots and fadll^a 
dartag tlw last three ynrs. A total 
of |02j000.000 In new mon^ was 
raised dtaidg this pet^id. ^rou|^ 
the sale of Mcurities to l«rtp finance 
the constnK:tion. 

Additional millions will be spent 
on new construction during the 
next few jnnni," McDoirell nM. 

Vepco nHTenOy Is «i(Uiv a 
mtilttmnikM iemr uAH t* Ma 
CSie^erfteld aitition. A'tSUemA 
tmlta are iiMmwA tor Ike Bm^ 
n»Hith and Poa^m ^oM 

A Uoensc to build 
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1000 officer of the London Bridge 
ttome Demonstration Club, Thurs- 
day, Dec. 17 at Oielr regular Christ- 
mas party. The meeting was heid 
In the I^ondon Bridge Baptist 
Church Hall. The vice president. 
Mrs. R. A. Schaeffer, presided in 
the absence of the president, Mrs. 
3. G.J)aren. who is III. The officers 
htstafled were, president, Mrs. 
Curtts Reld; vice pr«ildent, Mrs. 
L. H. Sure; aecretwy, Mrs. Merle 
Oarrenton; treasurer. Mrs. D. R. 
Lewis; rlialrman. program develop- 
ment. Mm. R. A. ^haeffer: chair- 
man pM|i«m <a w<Mks, Mrs. Merle 
GarrentRi 

Urn. Deal, who Is county vgent. 
and Mr."*. Audrey Chlsholm, presi- 
dent of the Princess Anne County 
{tome DemoniM^tlon dubs, were 
among the gu^ts present. Mm. 
Deal In her talk to fee «ew officers 
and the club ntpmbers told how 
the work of the Extemiion Is In- 
creasing rapidljr. t^ opportunities 
for learning mbM become a part 
of this Increase, tile m^bers were 
ui^M to use all pMalble metlKxls 
of teaching to help the women 
choose tiiose thii^p thai they m<»t 
need in the wrk to make for bet- 



the everyday living in the home. 
Princess Anne County presents one 
of the gwatest opportunities for 
this work and the women were 
urgeil to "know their county." Its 
necfls, and its fK^ople and to co- 
operate in the increasefl Kxten.sion 
program. 

A delicious covered dish lunch- 
eon was served and an exchange 
of gifts and a party were enjoyed 
under the leadership of Mr:.. Curtis 
Reld. 



Qipt G. R Luker 
firtends Season's 
Gree^MES 



MAS Ocrana — tlie Christmas 
season Is for all a time of tranquili- 
ty and benevolence. However, tai 
the face of the world crisis it is 
difficult to transform ouri^lves to 
this feeling^ WMteter our beliefs. 
triMttM* mUKtfy w civilian,^ we 
slwaM supfrilcaotly ask Sod to 
watch over <mr (Kiurrtry, to safe- 
guard its freei^ms and will it an 
.em of lasting prace. Certainly this 
wia be tl» prayer of all Nav^nen 
at the 0(^na Naval Air Station. 

I wl^ to extend to «li the nelgh- 
IMirs and friends of ttiis N*nl Air 
StoUon; to the CouHtf m4 City 
Omdals. having p roftewd aaslst- 
tn» and aervi»s to rav officers 
•ad tMn; to tte loml and state 
IKriiqp and to tlw ngidip and volun- 
teer fire comfuOm, a Joyous 
(%iMnui8 M i proq>ersu8 New 
▼«#'. fm the wnmA m m ot the ma^ 
•f fl» WHK the work- 
ra^>: to 
fwAtag frd- 

fiskci far tte^^gr •• 




Dr. Kalin Heads 
Vision Group 

Dr. Howard D^, Kahn of Virginia 
Beach has ljeen"name<l director of 
Optometrlc Extension Program 
Foundation activity In Virginia. 

Tl»e organization Is dedicated to 
education and research in vision, 
according to the announcement by 
Dr. E. B. Alexander of Duncan, 
Okla., executive director. 

The Norfolk native has been 
chairman of the Tidewater OEP 
study group and has been active 
In the organization since he en- 
tered private practice In 19.51. 

He is a member of the executive 
committees of the Virginia Opto- 
metrlc Aisn. and the Tidewater 
Council of Optometry as well as 
national a.ssociations. He is active 
In Virginia Be«ch civic affairs. 



layside Fiinil 
Needing Help 

Earh year, for aometlme now, the 
Bayside Lions Club In co-operation 
with the IJttle Creek Amphibious 
Base Fire Department, have .spon- 
s*yn^i\ a "Joy Fimd" for the Bay- 
side area. Food, clothing and toys 
are brought into a needy family's 
home. Many of these people are 
victims of circumstances. Some are 
ill and unable to work. Some are 
deserted families. These men who 
w«nk so hard each year on this 
project like to think that an other- 
wise desolate Christmas Is brought 
a little cheer. 

The firemen at Little Creek Am- 
phibious Base have collected toys 
and refinished them for ratmetime 
now. In fact, the toys look like they 
are brand new. DibIIs are dressed 
by the Home Economics f)eT>art- 
niont of princess Anne High School. 
Canned giKwIs and clothing Is do- 
nated by the personnel at LIttJe 
Creek Amphibious Base. 

December 23 will find the m«i 
of the Lions Club merrily distrlbut' 
ing all these good thlnjfs. 

The cash contributions so far 
this year are as follows; 

Rayslde Lions Club 1100.00 

Bavslde Christian Church . 25M 

Bible Class of Old Donation 10J» 
Afternoon Auxlliaiy of Old 

Donation 10.76 

Shore Drive Inn 10.00 

Mrs. Rufus I^rks 5.00 

Ocean Park Woman's Club. . 10.00 

Lake Shores Garden Club . . 10.00 

A friend 1.25 



mtttaal Federal 
Votes 



The Board of directors of the 
Mutual Federal Savings and Loan 
Assn. Tuesday declared a semi- 
annual dividend at the rate of 4 per 
cent per annum. 

The dividend, payable Dec. 31 to 
all investors qf record on that 
date, cwfers the last six months 
of the year. 

C. Q. Nugent. Mutua! Federal 
prMldent, said he anticipates a 
^iMhiuan^ of good busine^ dtu> 
tag the coming year but thinks 
It's p(»sible the shortage of money 
nmy rtmult in a slMkening of hMne 



Total I1K.00 

ChecVs or money orders may he 
made out to "Baysldc Joy Fund" 
and mailed to Mr. George Lyon, 
Baysifle, Va, 



Fomer LST 
Joins Bay Rms 

The Chesapeake Bav Perry Com- 
mimion announced Friday It will 
place the M. V. Virginia Beach, the 
former LST 510 it purchased last 
swwmer, into the cro.<a l»y ferry 
service next June 1. 

A arnimlMion spokesman, said 
the vessel's five lanes will «iny 
up to to automobiles, or 70 auto- 
mobiles, trucks and taMes in a 
mi^ l<Md. 

Renovation of t^ fonner LST 
for Its new role is water w^. 



Another big Princess Aline C^n- 
tv farm land sale in the fl|rit<de> 
velophtg Thalia-RoaAnont am fai 
about to be completed. t%« tnet Is 
to be developed into homesUM. 

Oscar B. Feretaee Jr., vice preal- 
dent of Ooodman-4^pn'-M9#in Real- 
dentlal Sales Corp.. wmflrmed 
Saturday a report his firm Is ac- 
quiring the «B-acre Uawyer broth- 
ers form for about $010,000. 

He indicated that W. ¥.. Witt. 
whose Viking Conatruetlon Co, 
flgui-ed reeehlly Ih the acquisition 
of the «»-aciv May |^*^>erty In 
Princess Anne la tl^ prospective 
purcliaser. 

The Sawyer hrm, owned Iry 
Reiser and Beverfy 8awyer, brc^h- 
ni.' Is lontMS m^m ItoQwid 
Swamp tmA f«wn the l.^lO*ere 
fjW<v.w. AlifLaWjilWfi ■ 
of John A«aij^ will* I 
the itMHh siite of the VI 
Beach bmilevar^l; 

Ferehee said devekipmetrt j^tfts 
imder conslderatton call for a mib- 
division of two and thr^e-acr? 
tracts Interlaced h|r bHdal paths 
upon which ranch-type homes could 
l)e erected. 

He said there Is a Ng demand 
for larger home sftes. prtlcularly 
among people Wl» like to Mde 
horses. 



WHh the purchase of the Sawyer 
tract, Witt and his associates wilt 
cmitrol ck^e to 1.790 acres of 
reiMentlal sitM. Upwards of 5,000 
homes could be fuit on the prop- 
erty. 

Before the May pr^erty was 
acquired an earlier assembly of 
250 acres of adjacent land for the 
same principals had been com- 
pletod by Ooodman-Segar->H<^n. 
The latter two acquisitions repre- 
sented an Investment of about 
$1,2.^,000. 

Tiu» May farm is located on the 
north «l<le of %nd set hack several 
hundred yards from the Virginia 
feMeh boulevard. Plans for its de- 
vetaipment for exclusive resldemM 

noma's 





ttMitaiR aH^ : 4^d> fmnes, Mke' 
mm Is m ;^#«irew>. It will include 
eitinisive commercial and recrea- 
tion adjunrts .and tlw site far a 
prepiwed rauniy hospital. 

As was the (^se In the May Warm 
transaction, Ferebee said. William 
Snttpn an«l Edward .Sanders, co- 
managers of the realty firm's farm 
Mies depaKment. rollahonited With 
him In negotiations for the pH^ 
iihase ta the Sawyer farm. 



to their mattreiwes then, they ware 
forced to sleep on the iMwled c^i- 
Crete floor. 

"They are tha worst I've eyw 
haft In this ]all." the stertff s|tt| 
Friday, 

Of the 'Jiree, McCn^hy ^ 
sented Ihc greatest M^pna. Tw 
relativA^y well-to-tto parmts wM* 
congenMI and gave him every ^ 
yantagih By the time h» ^as 15 |i 
received a' |(M-week allowance.. 

One of the documents read at 
the (lay-long (rial was a lO.")? repsH 
on McCpirtby pr>|»red by a IHimpft 
fhi.. team of ellnlcal psychok^sts. 
It chartered his life Trorh •lnfancy«* 
"sleeping habtUs very pooi^— A 
w*ll Into hl« tetns-rf"lle8 c<mstaatl!3^ 
lielleves these lies . . . has tem|i^ 
tantrums." m, 

Even McCarthy's parents iH 
mitted, aeeording to am repoH« ' 
that they believed their aon was 
a "sp<yj« child," 

During tM trtaU 'Mr*. CcCarthy 
burst into tmrs and was ted'fooni 
the courtroom. The Jioy's fottaw ftfit 
with him at the counsel table Mr> 
ing much of the tlme<. 

Prior to this latest dlfrtculty the 
patvnM moved away from Vfcfl^la 
in an effort to help their son. This 
was summed up in a leport fmni 
M. n. Bright. PHneeaa Anne {MMl> 
tlon and garde cNN&oer: 

« . . H* has h»m a comIMI 
source <^ troul^. Oft one «&e» 
•Ion t|w {MM«ta movad to Ftcrflito 
thltdetag^lMi innid W» Ma liAf^ 




Young C^kerUms Psychology 
In Handlir^ l^^^ers 



The shoplifters' scourge here U 
a special officer who Increased hii 
knowled^ge of wrong-doers throuj^ 
a p»ychok>gv course he took last 
winter at the College of William 
and Mary In N<m^oIIc. 

"I sometimes can spot tfiem be» 
fore they take anyUiIng," , said 
Nathan Hodge, 39, a special ottlcfr 
In a Virginia Beach • variety st^e. 
who has captured or thwarted 
do»ms of shtqjiifters In the cofrefit 
Christmas s^son. 

"I'm suspicious of bulky cloth- 
ing and big handba|p» — espeetolly 
big handbags. As soon as Chrh^flHMf 
rsmes around, ladles start ^carry- 
ing l«gs big enough to hide i sheep 
In," said Hodge. 

He has become adept at spotting 
shoplifters by their mofwnents. 
There are those who stride Into 
the store, fp up to a prevtoittiv 
examined counter and mtiim otf 
boldly with- the desired ntfrchan- 
dlse. 

Others give themselves awa^r by 
their eye movements. *'Whlla ex- 
amining something their eves 
constantly shift from right to l^," 
Hodge said. 

An effective means of dl(«?o»ira»- 
Ing a shoplifter is what Hoi^ ca^ 
the silent treatment. This means 



f«llov.'lng the thief from counter to 
counter imtil he or she becomes 
nervous. 

"I once had a woman turn hack 
at the checkout counter and throw 
a pair of stockings Into the stock- 
pile," Hodge said. 

Bulky clothing often means that 
there are hIdUig places for stolen 
articles under the belt. Catching 
sbepHfters using this tMhnique Is 
sametlmes tricky. Here Hodge 
brings his mirror into action. He 
has found that he can appear to 
be gaaing at a blank wall while 
keeping* a busy ghoplifter under 
surveillance with a .small mirror 
cupper in his hattd. 

Who steals what? 

"Grownups mostly steal clothes, 
hut the kids will take bright 
things — candy, chewlpg gum and 
small toys," he said. 

Hodge hates to see a ragged child 
.steal a toy. Often, Qg\ these occas- 
tons, he follows the child to the 
front of the store, pays for the 
stolen article himself; aiid tells the 
child not to steal again. 

Hodge knows how the children 
feel, 

"I was raised In an orphanage," 
he said. 



Warren Hall 
ConringHera 

Shortly after the finrt of the 
year Vli^lnla BeaA is expected to 
welcome a well km^vn movie, 
radio and television pe^mialitv to 
Its midst In th»t Warren Hull, who 
is ^hlng Radio Station WNOR in 
Norfolk, is underMood to have 
stated recently that he and his 
fomily plan to reside at Virginia 
Beach. 

Hull Is unctorstood to be Joinhig 
the am radio station as its mM- 
ager. He ta pr<Aably best kQevTn 
for bte emeee roles on the popular 
tetevlskm program, "^rOte It 
Weh." 

' Bafofe launching his mt^^af^ 
Meinsfa» career mwnl yMrt ^H^ 
Run a^wared Id 
ad mu on radto 
b^ore tiM TV 



tBf a fow jpMfa 



Ik. Jer Master 
GwBst of Hmior at 
ffiPW Meeting 

Dr. Jer Master, from India, will 
be the guest of honor at tlw Lunch- 
eon Meeting of the Virginia Beach- 
Princess Anne Branch of the 
American Association of Unliwrsltv 
Women, on December 26, at 1230 
p.m., at the Cape Colony Club. 

1^. Jer Master holds an A.A.UW. 
International Grant, and Is present- 
^ doing advanced re^arch in ped- 
iatric cardlok^rr at the New York 
Hospital of the Cornell Medical 
Center, New York C|ty. 

Other special gwsts at tiie 
luncheon will he Mrs. Vt/t^ert Thra- 
sker. State Feltows^p (^airman; 
Mrs, Charles Jmms. N<Mfi^ Branch 
1^«HMcnt; and Mlas OcxH^qr Herroa 
NofCcrik Bwich latarastkmal Rela- 
tioAs Oiaimatt. 



mHi^ df a amenity in Flnri^ m 
J|**V}rffcila .\ *' /-^ ..v 

Althol^rh McCarthy has m 1.4 
c4 m, which Is normal, he was 
MpeiJed tnm school In the eigh^th 
grsMfr for "triiincv and general dl* 
oberflenf*." 

Still handily over McCarthy aiM 
bis compankms aiv char^ jti 
breaking and entering and fotniir 
lous .shooting brought in Henrl^ 
Coimty. 

Mrs. A, L. Naedbam, 67. |fc> 
Carthy's great aunt, was shot and 
wounded In the left tdiotiMer when 
she surprised three youths trylof 
to bre«k into her h<nne. 



Gloved Youth 
Accused of 
Burglary 

A young man wearhug rubber 
gloves was nahlied by two Vit^te. 
Beach policemen early fkiturday 
morning after (they said) they 
watohed him tampering with a 
safe. • 

Arrested and charged with bUB|^ 
lary was Arthur Leaks Jr^ JO, of 
Box 125, Route I. Virginia Beach. 

Patrolmen Eddie Whltehurst aiWI 
John Steadman noticed a window 
open at the Virginia Beach Oaa 
Corp. of f l^ on Cyprrai avenue. 

Investii^lng, they wMted tlw 
young man aUempt te piy the safe 
open with a tire tool throtigh ttia 
open window. 

The arrest was mi^ kkortlf 
before 1 a4n. 



CaatHatfsto 
Yoiitl6 Arrest 

A coat Urfi in a hardware stoiria 
window early Friday led to tIfe 
arrest of Iwo juveniles said to W 
responsible tfar a series of robberiia 
In Oceana.. *• 

Pti. OMrles Pace and I, HoH»- 
way spotted the coat about 4 a.m. 
in the front window of the Ocean* 
Hardware. Assisted bv Ptl. Wlllkw 
Perrv, Sgt. John Whltohurst ami 
Det. " Ri^Nert Hladkv. the officers 
arn^edtwo hoys, 15 and 16. htdlng^ 
behfod a woodpile. 

Police said the pair admtt^ 
breaking into (rther estabtlshmMia 
including the Oceana JeweleM, 
where $mo in fewelry and ca^ 
were taken early last week, t^ 
Oceana Realty, the OcMna S^MM 
and a barber shop. Ilia Jeiwltj i 
was recovered from umler a hmaia 
wlwre the h^n Wd It. ««^ 

T^e b^s, wlw Hine to 
toid police HMf weuM gb toJ 
wake ^ AmA ttva mt * 
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VIRGINIA BE^CH SUN-N^VS, TUESDAY, DBCUMm 22, 1959 

W^**'WPW— F«iw I- i;. I,_^l9m I I ' ^t .wJ'T t|jl,Jj,W-...UM^,"j.lrf a ' ii: ", " ' !' ""»-f ' " ■■ ■' i w i n-ii,| i| i LU t. i i i i «jii i.i i i. 



cnY 



Mw«tttM8f« 

c^mmm fmmcu 

MUi Street ua4 AitAfe Circle 
K k ji w i — J. BabHs, Itaier 

tenday Mtfflefl: Winter, SrOO, 9:30 

and 11:00 •.m. 
fUMl«n Juna 1^ ^ni Labor 

^fc*% T«k, am^ 94kk »« «.«». 

Md 12:15 {MO. 

M|v mn^ fsik 93» UA. ma ^m 

OoaamtPm ^t^ ^ Sm and 7:00 
to 9^ p.m. Saturday 

Hdfy N4kin« Me^ng • Monthly. 

Ftrrt Wednesday, 7:^ p.m. 
Knif hts of Columbus MeeUnf^irat 

and Third Wfdaaadiy. MO pm. 
BleMMt VUvin ^tteWgr > Tbunday 

8300 p.m. before tUrd SuiMliy 
Bapt^ • Sunday IHO |>.nL or 1^ 

MNt^AtMIMIt 

i^Mf UHlilaetioa CWw • TucacMy« 

Catediirai Clat^ for Children • 10.M 
to 11^ Saturdiyi} ^.M. 

( 9 § nf m wet tgr IteUa Ljras 

Baptist ClHtfdi) 

Iter, mrhard a flaNer, Ftelor 

Study OA 8-7137 
SUNDAY 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday Selwol 
11.00 A.M.— W(H*lifp 
fli^ery Oatm 

IM MrlM 
W£PH^At 

7^ P.M^-~ftiBdii9 Schofri (Wleers 
and TMM^Mti netting 
8flO P.il<— Prayer Service 
8:45 P.M.->Ctooir Prwtiie 

(SwftoM mm ta yrw H«n> 

-faOifMreet 

S%1SHY0N£ »» INVffE® TO 

WORSNIi' WITH »SACMLAWN 



T*e Rfpi, nnaaffipniw, N 
The Mlv. l^HiMuer W Vi 

Mr, J.' I^upan Hubard, 
Superintendent of Church SclMiol 
8»0 ajn.— Holy Communion 
(hOO ajn.— Family Service and 

Suiday JeMil dn4 l^mne^; 

H.d <ft 44Tunda^ in tuHik 
11*0 a m.«4MA>ff P r I y#» a|i 
■ SenmH: winiery: * 

H.C. on irt Sunc^ tn Men A. 
Thurpday at 10:00 a.m. Holy CkMn- 

munion 

10-^ a.m. Laying on of hands 

twr the sick. 




Ihurtb iliitiay 




Ftr»t 

%%rmft anmcB 

SElth street and Afti^c Av^MW 

1L iNteli WalMiH PMt«f 
t^ a-m^un^ IdiVH. 
11990 i.n&— Momtog WoraMp 
§0$ ^Jtt<->-Tralninjc Vnion. 
9^ pTO.~-Evenlng W««hlp. 



8s90 p.nt-— Pn^er Ttma. 

mbkdm -tmcfiaueN oiracH 

6f<^ft Neck at Hilltop 
A. Hitfold Arrini^m, Pastor 

H. UnAwrt Myet« 
Sunday ScHocH 8ttp«i4nseadettt 
W» A.M.«-«unday SlAiool. 
11:00 A.Mf~W«r8Mp Svrviee. 
tm P.M.—Evcnini tBMvtet. 
Ttnmday 7:30>.Mid>Weeh Prfyer 
Scrtrlce. 



UfnaoMfr c»iJiicH 

Oi tie Q9o4 M»pkef« 

AUMtlc ang^ mh gt rept- 

Mr. >«3ii^ Jl bwfta«« Ilk MAGI 

Mr. W. McKnJ|Hht, A»»'t. Supt. • 
9:45 a.m.— C h u r c h Sclioai and 

Aitait Blbto Clani»« 
11:00 ajM.— MoTMtoif I^Mif^ 

(Nursery for small children.) 
6:90 pm.— Young Peratels Lutlwr 

LAagoe ~"~-\ V 

8:00 p.aC-*Prayer and 9tw^ 

Qtvap. 

I^Bteeaii|«i 

cmmmtff moam 

MKh 8tt»^ Md ailtle Av^^ue 

8i»^tt Po^tiMa. imiday m^l 
Suiertttea^enft. 

^.45 a.m.--Suii(liiy ftKool. ' 
11«0 a.m.— Worning W4tf8hlp, 
6:30 p.m.— PA. SMWWt. v 

7:30 p.m.—Bvkngelbtic Serfl^S^ 
Mid-week aervice, 7:30 p.m. Wed- 
ncfiday. 

tQlf'LU lalillVl'Slli '■ 
25th and Wltlc. Virginia Dcaeh 
rmf AiMaovMm RabM 

PhM OfHdtnan, Eciyous 
Schools Sup«Hiftei(^t 
7^10 AiM.~<ServiMs mm^tl 
W« A.H-— S«rvlet8 1*1. 
8:00 A.M.->t)ervlce«( ^un. 
8:00 PJ«^--rrlday Evening 
Worship 

CifliiHTLtx mmncH 
Boclimr 

< 809 • tOtk Street 

U«0 4 jn^— Church Service 
11:00 a.m.— Sunday School. 
S.-OO p.pi. 2nd Wetinfe?day— Weetlng 
All are cwdWly ij^tcome. 




rmsmrmiAfi cmmm 

fwia^ AvMiue at 36tii Street 
Wnuj Q. Morftti, PaiftM* 

iamea W. Batebeter 
Sunday iJchool Supt. 
9130 A.M. -Church School 
11300 A.M.— Morning Wornhip 
S30 P.M.— Xouth Fellowships 
iO-JO A.M.— Tuesday Prayer Band 

Women of the church 
10:00 A.M.— Second Wednesday 

Ejrecutlve Board 
10^ A.M.— Third Monday 

Circle 5. 7. 8 
tm P.M.— Third Monday 

Cirfeles 3, t G 
8«> P.M.-Thlrd Monday 

Circle 2 
8.-00 P.M.— Thittl WedncsdJ^ 

f ^ie 1 
JOaO A.M.— Koarth Monday 
Cancer Prcwslog Ortnj|» 

11.-00 A.M. ^Fourth Monday 

General Meething 

CHTRCH OP C«ID 

020 HVn 
lacM W. HlhiMiMlK 

Clau<l<' McOuire, 
Sunday Srtuioi SuperiiHMideut 
SObIO A.M*--Church School 
lUftkikM.— KvPBlng Worship 
TiO P.M.— Hvanlng Wondiip 
10 P.M. Tl»ur»day — Y.P.K. 
730 P.M. Twsday — Pn^i-r Ser* 
*lce. . ■ -%t 



iiASftllt 91>. 

9:43 A.J|.-llundiiy IfeeboW. 
11«0 A.MHMtetiiig fqr Morning 
M^KWpJ ' . 

•ne %'lrgf|d« IMrh 

s^moojMrr tMfVRCH 

18th Strea near Attantie 
Rev. ChaHefl 0. SMI, PiMw , 
Aubrey N. Hoimcji, CHureh Sehc^ 

Superintendent 
William T. KiHgrove, Minister of 

Muisk 
9:43 a.m.— Church School All Age 

tQroups. 
11«) a.m.— Woi^to^S«ry*«j ^J<u^ 

jiery for Childreri) 
0:30 p.m.— Senior and Intermed- 
iate Youth F^ktWMb^ 

PRINCESS M^t COMNTY 
TH£ cuinrmop «tM^ 

Oceana Voluntwr FIfk Department 

Suilding 

K. G. HKAimiTK. HlalMer 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday lllbic plydy 
11:00 a.mr-MornIng Worship 

7:30 p.m.— gvening' Wcrttihrp. 

7:30 pm — W cdoesd^y-* Bf^to 
Study 



9-3$ a.m.- 

ll.<0 a jn,— Morning Ww^hlp 
TJSO pjn.— Evening Worship 

tUCK 

ViittnU 
few, f«irtor 

0. Mui#ay liBlbihi 
Church School SuperintendeAt ^ 
10:13 a.m. — Church School 
11:15 -a.ra.--MeniiQg Wor«faip 

BIMCli GROVR 

msnumwr church 

•Prinectt Anne 

lltgir & M94at>f Paator 

Herman M<^^naA, Church School 

SuDtrintendent 
IMD A.M.M>aiiPek S^eel 

im JK.n ^*m - am VoiAAip 

CHRMT PMHNBVTKRIAir 
CMVICH 

Baytfde lloM mA Af§m% ^d. 

•Ray J<MMP«, ai^«ii 8eli«el fhipt. 

lOm A..M.— Wofriilp Service 
9A) ft J 1:00 A.M.— ChuiH;h School 
7.-00 P.M.— PkJinaer P«l^*lp 
7:te P.M.-^^«ilor HigH>elioir«hlp 

ST. GRBOORrS cAmoiK 

Rav. INlMteli AMiaae^i«H OMM. 

|N»wM aif^ held at James BMrry 
Rd»in80fl Cll«p#l on KempivlUe 
Rd., f S3*, 9 JO, ll«, 12:15. 

OMftsslons ara on Saturday. 
7:30«30. 



7:00 p.m 
Youth Oroup 




PRANCIS ASWHt ' 
MKTHOI»Mjr CMTBCH 

Meeting in the Join B. Dey Sdiool 
>OrMtllMi'%«d 

Lee M. My^rs, 
Oiarefa School Swbertotendent 
1^40 Mtii.'-Ctmnii School 
11309 ajRi— liovrtfiRg #owWp 
Ifivtrntf for pr»-acboel aged ebll- 
di«n*) 



I^UOa Crtelk ^ ^ 
M0I|3*HSIPIS TABBRKACIili 

nm Thoropsoii Rd. 
Rev. limmk^ Aue*, Pairtor 
Rer. Tom Gfta^lar, Aiwt. PMtor 
ft45 a.m.— SuMav Selwel. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worsblp. 
1:4i p.m.— Sv«nii^ WomkH^ 
7:«i p.^*— Wcdneaday iil|^t. 

Lypnhavea 

iHmMi>isT oiiviint 

Uitle Neek ^aii« 
Revi Bi Jk QatMt, jPa^ldr 

.' Piwi* OY f-««8 
«5« aAn.— Bteri»itafc««rship. 
9:30 pdti.-->¥<M^h mSmwship f • *^ 
MO pTO'-^vl Wed.#^Offlclal Ho^rd. 
Holy CommuAioQ lint Sutlday of 
«ich moBth. 



fc^sJifayrschciiii 
im^^nd^w, 
ly School, 
■hip and hoM'a 



of Bible. 

td^s) meet Ist 
^ glints. 



KAmmutAt vmw 
pRKsBynMiAil tW7Ral 

mnth St. le Hiiaant Av«. 

R. AUeB BrowM, ftnter 

W. E. Ailm«wil, Church Scbopi 

ii^aflat«ndent 
9*^ a.m.— Church School. 
11. -00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship. 
6:30 pjD'— nooaer Fallowabip. 
9:30 pjn.^.«OTlor «i fVUomMp. 
8.-00 p.m. — Evening Wonhip. 
6i00 p.m.— Tuesdays, Feltowsblp 

Supper. 
7K)0 p.m.— Tuesdays, Pnftr ««• 
vice and Bible. Study, 

Utam Cn^ 
ASSlBfBLY or GOD 

7048 tliorapsMi Road 
Jaaes Eb wen, P^uilor 

9:43 p.m. — Sunday Schotol 

Tab McGuIre, Suttday aetawl 
Superintendent 
urn a.m.— Morning W9M»to 
7:30 pm.— Evening WJim^ 
Wednesday Player WtHttBlkB pJHL 
Tuesday W,M.C.. IM fuk. 
Thursday. 7^ jMHi4 ^IsMtltoi * 
p.m., Feilo«^% 

pRKBWgii lAPmr 

Courtlio«a« ^ m um$ m^mA 




pRBKBrPMiMN rm'ttcii 

Near KoDMna Comer 
Rev. S. RL Mitism^ niilM* 

K. ti. Ney. Churvh Sclwot 9vf)i^ 

Inttsdent. 
9:4$ a.m.— ten^v Srhdol. 
use ».«i.— MbWItig Wo«*hip. 
(Nijrt#ry ftiT Chlirtr«i.) 




OIAMOND SPRINCS8 
t'iUtlH^AN vnVVtCH 

Otsftpleir gi Christ 

6700 W. Haden R«id 

Near Uttte Cr»k Ferry 

JbMi W. M^mm, PMtor 

&43 «ja9^-^httMh Sel^l, with 

classes for all a^s, 
lom «.«».— Morning Wor^ip. 
ftSO p.m.—Chl Rho Fellow.xhlp. ' 
■NX) pvn*v— CHrlstlau Yuuth fcl. 

lOWi^tp. 

OTKA X PARK Cm^UTKL 

Pu I'^nt Ciide. Bijid*, Y*. 
C PftOip TaaM>r, l^tstor 

0:45 a.m.— Bible Schpol. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning worship. 
tiM p.m.— Youth TInw. 
7:W p.m.— Faml^r Nlglit Service. 
10:30 ^.m. Tuesday -^ Wimwn's 

I'j-ayer Oroup. 
7:30 p.m. Wedli»day — BlWe 
9t«i^ and Prayer. 

,V I miiiii 

Pia<bOWSHtP RAPTATP rHVHTH 

419 aiMtrveir Hea4 N««>ill 3» ^• 
Rev. CkarlM t, lteB<fl«iM> Piaato* 
Ymnrni 8. fapitai. Church ^^^»M 

Su(H>rl«tetid*n4 
0:45 a.m.— C^lu^cb S<'hool. 
H:Qp a.m.— Morniiig Wor^^ip. 
7:.^ p^ni.— Evening Worship. 
7::$0 p.m. llTeduesdaj' — Prayer 
Kor%lce»». 



ve Miller Reafr 




liM^d Adi 



ST. M.IRK A.MJS. CjRtfti'li 

Ow»ana. Vai 
Rev. t>. ¥. Prlton, Ptole# 

B. If. tlor«i«?ii. S^undav S<'hooI Supt. 
9:30 4.m.— SUiMJay ScTiool. 
li:W a.m.— Woi-stilp Servki\ 

R.tVSII»K BAPTIMT (MlRTtt 

f^bbln.K Corner, llaysidc, Va. 

SceoOd Floor, Overton's Market 

box .307. Baysl^, Va. 

Umrnt Sp«ali*M 

Luaale Vowden, Suaiay SehoM 

SmertM^adeat 
9:4.> a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Jtornlng Worship. 
6:16 p.m.— Training Union. 
Tt-W p.mi-^^^EvMlng WorjihiD.* • 
7raD p.m, lfe#|pAay — Rl^r 
S^fS-lr**..' ' 

Rflftr C. Siirier, PaM» 
li. R. Mjioa. 1%9V^ m%mi Bapt. 

lOKto A|M -<M<«nli^ W^wWp 
Um AM -Chuwrh School 

kmm Ii4a«d 

MirQi^DiHt cm Mctt 

Knotty tiand. N.C. 

C. H. RtNitflcy. Suinday Beteol Supt 
10:00 a'm.-^Und^' Srhool. 
\tm aw-^^WMslOp SwtIcc. 



U Cliiiiori Twi 

SclKlDt. ' 
SarVle*. 

ly Prayrar mt^ 



mimmpwArmt 

mJtlwR sis^cBg 

A.H'-^SuAday Bthoot . 
Liii^mm»H Worship. 
r.M.— Walning Union. 
▼. T. Elliott, dir^or. 
7:16 P.M.-*Evenlng Worship. 

^--"^lOAY seRyicisg 
m htm An - 
iM fSl<«-^<MM»» and 

k^wr9 lli%t. 
8:10 fji.>— Wayer Service 
8:15 p.ll.^Adult Cbolr Rriwami 

Hutc 1. Rayside, Iftrj^ila 
0:|§ ftmiMM»*y 8^)001 

8.-09 |kiBiP-Ev«nirig ^^irsHp 
Scon Menerlal 

METiioiiiiiT emjROi 

Great Neck Road. Oc^na, Va. 

mt. V. & tttctebk, Ppttor 

Irvin Evaw 
Church School l^perintendent ■ 
9:45 i.m. — Church School 
11. -00 f.m.— Morning Worship 
7.-30 ^m.— Youth Fellowship. 
7--30 p.m. Saturday— Int. Flwshp. 
(Nursery ti» all morning services) 



fHALiA tmtm&mf curacy 

Pine St md Vtk Reach WMi. 
Rev. B. 1. GiUHt, Pn^MT 

Ph^ Gt ?«I3« 
Carl Tignoiv Chi^peh ^Im^ Sttpt. 
9:45 a.m. tftitlic h School. 
UiO0 a.m.-.jw>ming Worship. 
7:3«P p.m.— Vauth Fellowship. 
6:M> p.m. ThufMay— Juntor Choir 
7S0 p.m. ThaMhyN-A^hat Choir 
~ p.m. jn4WiilfciiJ^ WSCS. 
p.m. m4 flwe ^i l afen 's Club 



LasklA Road, LInkhorn Bay 
Rav. BMiaN WhotwrnrO, Pastor 

9:45 ajh-^-^undajr SehooL 
11«0 a.m.— Children's Chureh, 
7^ p.m.— Evcnitw Service. 
6.30 pjn^— Youth SarviM. 
7:10 PM, WadM«te|r--Pray« 
Able Stu4y. 

i^BtfMito 
, niaftif 

SwnOt^ MmI iiqMta^dent 
iBil tja— ^mtaig fNMMp. 
JM #.«.<— Sunday S<^sol. 

1|:0B a.m.— Morning WonMp.' 
tsOO pjn.— Training Union, 
8J0O p.m.— Evening Worehip. 
W.MA meets first Wednesday, 

I0:3aa4a. 



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EMAMNtTRIi 
RPISCORAl. CHURCH 

KetttMvlUe 
Rfi^ Vajrte iraMi; R«ctor 

wnuaffi Wood «Ga»l«id Taylor 
Church ^hotA Sup^ntendents 
8:00 ajs.— Hoty Ccmtmunlon. 
10:fit> a.fn.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Mornli^ Prayer and 

Sermon. 
11:00 am.—Ifoly Communion and 
Sermon on fttst Sunday. 
» * » 
. Cootanoittjr 

mmmmst Church 

Acradtfe — Kamrnvnte 
Rtv, A. P. Raa^, nMlov 

Ohgrch Bcheol Superintendent 
9:4S a.m.— Ckurch 8cho«4. 
11:00 ajii^— llorning Worriiip. 
7:30 pjH.— ifouth Feti9W8hip. 

FAnen w.^Twt cnt-RcH 

WIS Va. Beich Blvd. Norfolk, Va. 

PHw Ht Pariaat Pwitor 
Phon«s la. 5-327T-VL 3'1277 




^48 a:m.— Sunday School. 
11:98 a.ni^— Morning Wofahip. 
@M p.m.— ^eltowship Motir. 
7i3B p,m.— Cv^tt| SarvleeB. 



SALEM MimiOINST CHt'RCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Artliur W. Ayern, Ptotor 
B, h. Fen*ll 
Church School Superintendent 
10.-00 a.m.— Morning Wor.shlp.. 
11:00 a.m.— Cliurch School. 
7:30 p.m.— MethodLst Youth Fel- 
lowship. 

Cbiiritjr 
StteflfWllST CHlnCH 

Bark Bav. Virginia 
Rev. UidfM^ C. ^M^^Mi 

Mr. Edward. Williams 

Church SciK»1 Superlntondent 
in.-OO a.m.— Church St->i<A>1. 
IIK>0 a.m.— M<^ing Worship. 

^- j I I If 

BAYMOM rMmmAff rHl RCH 

«f'»ag W» » UB — H 

mmtt Helve mM OretMreH Read 

Rev. 14 JirtKIa Wm^ pMiar 

Saadat BAuM PM«it »t»»<>t 
9:45 hM.—INmtftf SttHxrf. 
ll«i A.M.— W«^s«p Service. 



1M p.m.— Pmytr Befvl<». 
RMMty ft»*MM ttrn Kt«fy Senrtcc 

BAPTIST CMXJRCH 

Route 2, BOX 287, Norfolk, Va. 
Rev. A. B. Bloaat, Pastmr 
W. H. Pierce* 
Sunday Sdiool S«^>erintendent 
9:41 a.an.— Sundiy »:hooL 
11:98 a.tn.— Monning Worship. 
6:45 p.m.— 'Bapti-st Training Union 
8:00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 

ABSlSSBSb^r OP ISOD 

WoodbwH .%v^. A tta€ St Ext 
Rev. Hanarl D. BeUer, Jr., ^uttor 

Melvln L. Sklwell, Sunday School 

Superli|tendent 
lOKlO a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 *an.— .Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.— Evangelistic Service. 
7:.T0 p.m.— Tuewliiy. Bible Study 
7:30 p.iB.— Thursday. Christ's Am- 

b«sMdors, vouth service. 

OVR SAVlOCifH Lt'THER^VN 

PBtBCH 

Services at Baytake Pines School 

Treasurer Island & Shoi« Drive 

(1 mile ea»it of i^yslde. Va.) 

KjENNKTH R. CABBAUGH. 

PAHtOR 

Herbert R. AndPfsen 

Church Srhool Superintendent 

D:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 

lO.-OO a.m.— Wor.shlp Service. 



WiwiNcn trlvelled » desert to lay tb«lt gite 
Nfort a EIrtg. 

Alt ttw Kte was A mere babe. Kk aoiwt i»as 

• ctMh Aei; Mk princely garb siaddHng bands. 

f CovHt thtf b« certain when they knelt l^ tl^ 
aianger tt»t H^ was the end of tiia 4B^? 

f TlMKr certainty came not of proof but of faith, 
^h^ ted marvakd at the heavens^. . . followed 

* gl t fBa l »g rtsf > • • listened to prophecy. For 
Viw tfoi this was enough! 

Awl tlffQimfc the centuries others have sought 
dia Stag, B«t«r]y, eamesUy they have come into 
tha rfVltfaAt beauty of the Omreh. An4 there, 
as agatssv Warda cast their light in man's dark' 

t, ttey h9v« known the end of their quest 



tttrt^ nU, Ktuln ^: Sttrk*. Slmtbatf. Va 



TMt CHWRCH ''OK Att . . , 

AkL Pen ¥hc churcn 

Ti* C3utt<h It lilt titkttM laoor em 
MnikfeT the ixiiidiiit «f ch«n««« sod 
IPoi citizeniiiip. ii Ut wolciiouM of 
ipirinul viluet. Without ■ Ktong 

Amiten mmtv*, ihm Mt few : 
f««*ent why cvMT petwo ikeuU tt> 
ttfMJt«*ivt«nnfi4K)y mi4 wppon dw 
CI lM itl. 'WaVt^rJO f^tttmmmmlm. 
M'liM tedMM'tnke. 0) f%r tht 
Hlcc'of^i(«d«^ualtT ind Miion. (4) 

fm «a MMiaCdNeiwMii hmi/. «udi 

mmA to la t i d w ii atMHiiil myytn. 
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C'alfai^ 
MitBl^lVmAK CHIACH 

First Slrert, tilenrotk. Norfolk, Va. 
E. Ctowrll Ciioley, I^MM> 
t. U. l'ndrrwoo<l 
Churrli Srhtioi Sup*. 
9;|5 a.m.— <^»urrh S«-hool. 
It.^ a.m.— Morning Worship. 
&30 p.m— WiMt-Nots Fellowsfhlp. 
TOO p.m. — ^Pioneer Fellowship. 
ft30 p.m.— J'oung Peof^'s Fellow. 

ship. 
WJO p.m.— Wednestby — l^yer 
meeting. 



E.%8TE|U« SHORE CaiPEL, 

Rev, He^p f. Baaiu i i. Jr^ Raetor 

C, P. Semy. Jt., 

CHurch Sdiool Wuf^rintenidpni 

b:00 am — Holy roiiUDUnidA. 

9:30 *«,— l-'aiBiiv Service and 

MoriilBS Pravet. 
11:00 a.m.— Upriing f^mym uk 
Spru#rt ..tfct SMJi^v, Htj^ 
Communion.* 
0:00 pan— Voung i^pk- i Fell*vi- 

' 'ftlp. , " - . 
llfO a.m.— fti% !*yj— itolv C^a- 
munioiw^. 



m. l.Hox«;Ut. BavHlde. Va. 
Rev. Beverly B. fack«T, *\ 

llobt'rl L. fttelo. Ch»ift«k Scbwi 

Super1ntpiKl«*nt 
8.110 »,m. — Holy Coniiuuiilwi. 
fl:4,'i a.iu.— t^uVrh School.' 
U:00 a,ni. — .Mornliig Prayer. 
7:30 p.m.— Voutl) Fellowship. 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Prayer. 

Mimwmfi^ riaiR'H 

Prince."*!* Anne, Virginia 
Rev. riwrfcw K. BbriMhfc, Minkiler 

H. m. Mef«dtth 
Church iehool &un4ntendent 
&43 a.m.'— 0)ur(^ School. 
11.-09 a.m. — ^M^niing W(H%hip 
7.-09 pjn.— MeHwdist Yeuth Fel- 
lewsMfK 
W3.C,S. 1st Wednea^ following 
3rd Sunday, Methodist Men's Club 
li<t Monday of eacl> Month 7:30^-p.m. 




THIS SERIES Of MESSAGES IN THfilNTB^T OF THE O^IRCM IS »»ON$^B> iY 
THE FOLLOWING BUSINiSS BTASimMBirS 



NIXON ELECTRIC 

El^ciaa Coatractoi»-£aiaral Ito^rs 
Hwiaa. €«iiil|«^ Wlilic— Uglit Plxfwiws 
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. R. L GARRWGBr 

^Molasaie MmMs aad PtovUmk 

UisMNton Kiaft Pood Praincv. 

244C llMaia Batch Bo ai evar d 

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PRINCISS ANNE PLUMtMG 

ttti^iCAL supnm, mc. 

P toBsWm aial Hcattag Coatnctors 
W uHagj b a i is a Af^Oces 
Hoaet Day ^Mt ft 3«7t — Night 2663 
PntaKcas Aane . 

. OCEANA CURft MARKET 

Frail tMU MM Vigetablca 

^rottrim mi Meats 

Phaas 6A t-lOt Occaaa. Va. 

VA« ttACN AUTO SiK»PLY, INC. 

Ei i j iai i i tateit ~m ^ttonotive Paris 
AoiaCA 



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W.SIA. w^»;2i»l Hia^x • t^. 



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PBESB\TEBLVN CHt^U 

Lvnnhavea Village 
mv. lUDH^MMl r. P^M9a.-paMt» 

UMii!^ #»il#tl. Chnjrdh SdM«4 

Sypef1irteod«*ht 
low am— CUurch 5:»chwl 
liid^ ajt|-— Mamfaig worrtip. 

6:30 p.m.«»Y#ttth l^ltowdilp, 

OlW p.ni.— Honeer Ffllww*hip. 

7:30 pju.£v«dng Worahl^ 

m. JpH.S« BAPTMT rfllNCH 

Prine^is An^ Co^n Uo<^ 
Rer. W. N. «iM 

<Pai4«miat^q>lyl 
.p, Cr^i^nr 
Cburcb School ^uperiuteadent 
lOKlO a.m.— Church ^huul. 
U.DO a.nj. — l^ntlag Worslap. 
e:00 p m -t-« T. V. 
Women's Mk<iiunar%' t'wea iSMti^ 
ar»t Wa^tMiaT, IMO a^a, aftM* 
flret ^^ig. 

Vur^st^-, TOia4ry ib luittrtt=iii«t« 
depdrtuienlb meet at 16.W 



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FIRISIONI SALB & snVICl 

Ke«lailalOcaaaa,>a. 
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"Tha Sa«l|Vimall«A Ptnstoae Oaaief" 

KOUM i t^tON INSURANOI CO. 

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Be ktfgmt — Tektkoae bA MlM 

M>SrS 54<l-25t STORES, INC. 

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TASKER MINCEMEAT 
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BISCDITS 
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blow it to look at tih« prices. 



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Somm as Christm^ «^^« VpUM M H #e 
go to press. It is a {oyflUl 1#M «f ytar 
when the Christmas trees are #|h1Ml ind 



bf. We elwe^ toe to reWiember the old 

Itj^ M «»l* ^hert is a tendency to terget, 
felie amsther leek. Remember the sMning^ 



people engage In the age^d aiQ friendly br^jht lights, the youngsters ail wild tyed, 
custom of giving ^ffib V and the wonderM story of the babe in 

We have hwrd mMh trf tiKi commer- Bethlehem, fiew'tfelot out the real meaning 



cialiam of this season «( tiM year and as 
you ^tre the ekparfbiHII ar 1h« mtt few 
day^(M^ ftiNMiby^isiiriwIlr^lism. 
Yes, Chtmrnaj is a tirii to givMb give 
thought to oth8^ YuldNdd msifYS ^on* 




Th^ entire iMlf If tftb BumNews takes 
this opportWI^ 16 #l^irt^ greetings and 
best wishes to ajl our readers for the 
Merriest Chrisfltitl ivfer. 

imm omi^M^ to ail 




<a ^fmond W. aa4<ybr Bori4 
mi^tni Ward Jr. ot'm 26th St.. 
VtefWa B«ich, died Thursday #t 
im jjoa. In a Virginia Beach lios- 
jrital.%^.' 

SeMe&> *W paw^m, »u?vltlog 
are hU patem^l gratodparetrts, idv. 
and Mtt. Rajcmond M(, ward*, of 
Viiyinia Betich and hib Arfrtimal 
gMBdfatbtr, Roy R«sgent of <^iul 

The«,body was taken to /ittiitai 
Fimeral Horn* J»re. Burial eH ft^ 
Soaewood Memorial Park Baytide, 
Pri^y at ld'a.m. 

Mrti Sk IT. .L^WRlClfilB 

Mriitf,l((}ith .Nichoh^,tJa«ir«%filv 
71, wife of the late l'"rederlck S. 
Lawrence, died here T<iursday at 
8:15 «.m. at the Home oflte* daugh- 
ta-. Mrs. L. J. Smlth,^ on Crystal 
Lane. ,■ 

She was a native of Poitsmouth, 
laigland, a daughter of WlUjam #nd 
Mrs. Sarah Warnc Nicholson. She 
jMid been visiting in Virginia Beach 
the last three months. 

Besides her daui^ter, surv^ng 
hre three sisters, Mrs. d. 6mA«< 
combe and Mrs. R. T^yloy, boAi of 
Portsmouth, England, and Mrs. 
F. Munford of Bath, England, and 
two grandchildren. 

The body was taken' to Miestas 
Funeral Home, Virginia Beach. ajH 
was sent Friday to the SMtrir^ 
Park Crematorium, Salem, for 
cremation. 



Among the college stwlents home 
for the Chrtstmai holidays at Fort 
Story in Rosg M. Reed, son of Sgt. 
and Mrs. R. M. Reed. Hela a senior 
at tlw Unhrerslty of South Cafellna 
and a Mhlshipman who hopes to 
be c(Hnmls«ioned as a Naval of- 
ficer jn the regular Navy upoh 
graduation. Ross" grandmother, 
Mrs. George L. Matter, of East 
Orange, NJ., is also spending the 
holidays with the Reeds at their 
home, 440F. . 



TELLINGS 

BRIO. GKRKItMitAMni 

vwrrti PoftT mMt 

Brig. Gen,^hn J. Lane, assi^tt 
Chief of : >(^M|brtation, vta^ 
Fort Story recently and toWMt 
the installation. , 

General Lane was grefHid K 
post head^lefters by Ool. Wimm 
P. Pope, Fdrt Story conttlwilW*, 
itnd then vlsit^i the BARC ahed 
where he waij |MMf(^ and saw a 
denionstratlon W tMfe beheinoth 
amphibian and the landing craft 
fflrlever. 

Later In the afternoon. General 
i|M« rtifted Kfftt «f the troop irtjlto 
« Fort 9tOiry «n< Inspected th* 
iPMftl^SEChMr^ Mdmies of the 0oa^ 

at^irodW a certtnony in post nead- 
quarters wli^ he presented Master 
SeigMl M ^HMn R. Deegan with 
Uib^^^Wtk Kn^eant Major E-8, 
nil li^#A fttllrted gi-ade, Oepgan 
WW ta?^oiw» «ejigteant raajor for 
m> lOih IVrmiftal bn. with this 
jit^ftiotlon. Formerly he was with 
t% BARC platoon at Fort Story. 
fMr^ tte same cei'emwny, Gen- 
%!*! Lw* aidlhtatetered the oath 
(ft effk» to Znd Lieut. James R. 
PKMR^ ttl, Of the 447th Terminal 
flfrvlce Co^ »8 he Avas sWorn in 
to the Regular Army, accepting 
Mk ^tMnmMMi hs t a^cond Lieu- 
tenant. 



Alll^m'.^d^ COMPANY 

"rtje 8lftHh Terminal Service 
Transportation Company of Fort 
Stoi-y hit the Jackpot for honors 
thii nw>nth and for .the third con- 
sgMKive time, when It was chosen 
as the "Cwmpany of the Mtfnth" 
In the 19th Terminal battalion. 

Adding to the company honors 
was the choice of Specialist Fourth' 
Class Stephen BHddy, of the HTOth 
Ta-mlhal Service Com|)«ny, as the 
Soldier of tjie Month for the entire 
post of Fort Story. 

Lt, Colonel Jack W. Tooley, com- 



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rhalrdlng officer of the lOth Term- 
hnd Battalion, personnally conduct- 

SmtAV^ m the InHiections held to 
terftiwte tt* "te#w Company" for 
^e mtr «<9rti|»hles In his battalHSn. 
Inspections on all phases of com- 
actlvtty and responsiWllty 
hirtd, in^udttg: administra- 
WtftftHWSB* prtol, vehicle maintenan- 
ce- Mes,w, ship and shore platoons, 
#M mpptf. 

, Ih Wf»!*lto| tl* award to the 
XHmtffOfny tortmanaer, First Lieu- 
tenant. Robert J. Lloyd, Colonel 
"TODl^fy staled that Sie 870th would 
Wtefn the plaque |termanently by 
virtite of having won the award 
three times in a, row. 

»M HtliSHlEN BRIObY 
<#M^. fmt STORY 

mSMmm W thb month 

Specialist, fourth class, Stephen 
Brlodt. of the 870th Transportation 
Compiny hts b*en named Soldier 
Of the Month for December at Fort 
Story 

Specialist Brlody, #ho ft a motor 
pool dl.xpatcher for his nnit, was 
chosen .after competition with 
other dominess for the honor, cm 
his military bearing and soldler- 
llnes, ritentirm to duty. knowW'dge 
of his Job and Job pi-oflciency, and 
his knowledge of cun-ent and mili- 
tary subjects and cv<!^ts. 

The son of ,Mr. and Mrs. .lohn 
Brlody of 41 Grecnvale Lane, 
Levittown. N.Y.. Brlofly has been 
In the U.S. Army To? 21 months. 
After taking his basic training at 
Fort Dix, he attended Engineer 
school ht Fort JteTvoIr, and has 
been assigned to Fbrt Story since 
Deceml^r 1858. 

Prior, to entering the military 
service, SpeolaHst Brlody graduat- 
ed from the East Meadow High 
School, N.Y., and was employed 
for a short time bv the Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass. -Company, of Hicks- 
ville, N.Y. 

In addition to th« Soldier of the 
Month honor. Specialist Brlody will 
receive a letter of commendation 
from tl* P6st Commander, Colonel 
William" P. Po|»e, ewigratuiations 
from his Battalion Commander, Lt. 
Colonel Jatic W. Toolcv. Command- 
ing Officer of tfie Ifiith Terminal 
BattalltAi, a ^25.fl0 U.S. Savings 
Bond and a thHee-day pa.ss from 
normal duties. 

Indicative of th* high standards 
oLjhisi unit, th* StOth Transporta- 
tffl Con\pany. c^m^anded by 1st 
LTeulenaht Robert J. Lloyd, was 
chosen at thp «*n«e time as the 
"Compaay of tire Month" in the 
loth ita^feillon for the tMi« con- 
Stcutivo time. 



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■tL^ **•% Mat* place- 
tj^ ff on ^hMri at oa foot. 
Thi tight teens rad: trafftt 
waits. The light tot««' cnsea: 
«veryoi» gtm a^id. fiiyte 
tot poncemaa on tba coriiM' 
mt "teUo"; ba's yow «|| 
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KST m-^ .\WA«I> 

The 565U1 Tram^^portation Coin- 
jJany, from the 10th Battalion of 
Fort Story, are the Mnnersof this 
niohths "iip.sl Sieas Hall" award 
for the .Jpoit, The .Wr.th have re- 
cently i^torned froai a resiipply 
mission In ISrefti1i»*fl. 

The bisis of \lfr a*;ir<l is placed 
on the higlftst drtlp^ of sanilHtion, 
food pifpaiallon, and .idininisslra- 
. lion. CWO-;i Geotigi' ft. I'itiw, f'ost 
Food AdvlsOr, s&lfl: "This was aWit 
the clo,-a»st c-oinpetf^n ih many 
months at Fort Story." 

Before makt4g the |)rescntation« 
Lt. Cohsnel Seaborn H. :acksely, 
D«>uty Post Commander, and Lt. 
Colonel Jack W. Tooley. 10th Batta- 
lion Commanding Officer, were ^- 
corted through the mess hall b\' 
Captain Reginald Deagle. 565th 
Commanding Officer. 

Lt. ^Colonel .Mosely'then i»rf.-.ent- 
rt Hie award to Captain L)r>ag|i' 
and'the 565 Mess Hall btaff consist- 
ing of. gnd Ue^enant 6igmun4 
Oohen. Meae (Hflcer; CTt*" WUton 
^'llkm, Metb Stewsid. Sp 4 .Milton 
S. fc;id«r. Itt cook; 4' ^ John 
Wyatt, ist cWJk; Sp/4pLarl Stmet, 
ifci cook. and PFGHonl D> kiineier 
^»k p Ifcttfer. 

t[»BT BTOBVS l»l"rtl t ESTER 
LlH-TS NEW OTfrlCRWI 
New lOffh-erii ware eliH-lcd this 
weeic foi- The Jttnlor Gmnp of the 
ship in the Junior Gi-oup i? made 
Fort Story Yoifth tenter. .Member- 
up • of dependent ydungsters be- 
tween the ages cf T add 12. 
. Offlcefrs wIkj will direct the dubs 

Sllvltles for the next .six month.s 
y Mrs. Rtfcert ttfelii^, i'resideut; 

K«AN*n Et^id^p. vjce-*ri^- 

t; Mrs. hoUMIito|4» ;*creUin; 

aiiltf '>*'^- Kenneth Meyerhoffer, 

rei' Program director^ will 

Mr,, fetts HmH§ »«a Mr., aivW 

[son. 

ing ^HUtftnl was Mrs. 

^ txtuit cf ttw 4th 



. jngly. 

But suppose, am day, the 
cars didn't stop at the red 
light The pedestrians jay- 
walked in every dinetton. And 
aya ^ijtjtjit W¥mme shoved 
Wt yMMMtti asida when ha 
tried to reshm w^iar. lull 
tbk|tHl|t%«tM»4M0f|. 

Tlia would happen: law and 
ordar would vanish, your town 
would become a aavafc pMla. 
NiatherjHIb, your tMe, mt 
pm Mnrlrould tk tafe. 

let Ml sifU'ii 



■w»y~so the pickats 
^Id l« atthp of « free hand. 
Tba fact U that to<» many 
mNka I^M Mm right of peace- 

^ UAk Mh «i^^ -' *>-'• "- "' ^* iMaM&g hy "taking over," 

fgj^i* •"^ j°2^ .*9° "nd ^y *ctlng as if they w^ 

SSTteASerlra'^- t^in Sifn " '"'^^ government, not sub- 

Street's traffic, but. just aroui4 

tha eoragr at all too many fae- 

tlUMa, iRlhU, small busihessas 

and Imtigt. 

This is the area of the pie- 
ket lina. la too many cats, 
m Meitt Kne has becotaift a 
HW ^«a itself - Varriekding 
BiMMk pir^wrty. ttreatlning 
ift^vidotf safety and viollting 
tm i^4i^ of private eittkaaa. 
If Ha or I behaved asH^dMO 
often do — iostline. aerattaing. 



Missile pt9% 
ll anioni • ip 
atpwielr U 
Navy aai . 
B Vf tM jaiMi^ 
no ri|M Ih WW 
^bay.liMie Jto 
, . irty. But the same 
fvlleamm wba would givt 
% SMnWMM fffr bloekix "' 

mib2(1# hf wr 

foreiMy bre^^ntad 
ing y«ir 
Unions 
American 
km ot Am 

flBlllAd 

tMr 
of 



super government, not sub- 
ject to the kwa and the rulei 
et the game which ordinary 
etU^ns are bound to obey. 

For instance, ijome union.* 
havf tin gall to establish a 
j^seMn <^ ^passes" when they 

St i^ a picket Sne. Not even 
carter of ttia business is 
■Ilo#W to enter his own plant 
♦rithttttt written parmission of 
..tte mAem bosses. In the long 
ateal HMrike. the Ste^weH^rs 
Union Ww«. INia Hmffed down 
a raqWnt from the United 




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the 

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l^n-handM BKw IRMMMMI^ 
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Mbns or any other specw Uf* 
ttetsts. , Only ah m-aabad 
can insujrl' tltft iMr 
are presCTirM, iM „, 
}f tita nm %ft tlie MOh* 
f* everybody. 



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Bdltor, Virginia Beseh Sun-Newa 
Dear Sir: 

The adVent of Christmas brli^ 
to most of our hearts a special 
sense of Joy and good will. Perhaps 
one of the happiest ev^ents is being 
at home with our loved ones and 
sharing the miracle of Chrtstniaa 
together. 

Hut con.slder how trtany men anS 
women here in the Armed Services 
aiv unable to share Christmas Joys 
with their families this year. If 
we would open our homes this 
Christmas .•seawm to ionwione such 
as this, what a fine thing this 
would be. The Commanding Officer 
of any of the numerous' local mili- 
tary stations vTOuld, I believe, be 
happy to fill any invitations re- 
ceived. 

Yours very trulv, 
JOHN THOMAS. 







Editor: 

Every Intelligent industrialist 
known ihat his prosperity depends, 
above all el.se, not on his machines, 
not on hia buildings and ^nd hotd- 
ing.s, but on the toll of his em- 
ployes. 

If he is worthy of prosperity, he 
seeks to provide his employes 
adequate Incomes m that they may 
provide for their famliles. combat 
disease, and live in healthy and 
pro.spe?oiis communities. 

By rea.son of his broad outlook, 
he knows that the security of a 
way of life is directly related to 
the health, prosperity and Intel- 
ligence of the whole* people, and 
that all the capital. <x)rporaUoii8 
and military arms cannot make a 
nation secure unless the pet^le 
are provided a fair measure iA 
«ec-urlty In which to rear strong 
and intelligent children who are 
not driven to rebellion and crime 
by reason of poverty and dire w(%nt. 

In thfe Democracy every |n- 
#«istrlsHtit worthy to eai'n a living 
ft-els a moral obligation to the 'na- 
tion at largi- hikI .strives to give 
hi.s employes the essential benefit 
that a.ssure the swafily and con- 
tinuance of our way of life. 

But of what nsf his efforts when 
fwililiciMiis. without thought but in 
hnilatiuii of oIImt jailitician.s, come 
along with a .sjdcs tax which can- 
not Ih- adniini.stured honestly an<l 
whicli is, spedfically intended to 
lake away the IwnefUs He his piro- 
vidcfl for the .security of his em- 
ployes and tlw nation? 

A sales tax will increa.se the cdst 
of Hying five to ten per cent in 
Vlrgihia.iWhat of the strike?? ahd 
crime elsewhere? What is It that 
induces men and women, who ha%'e 
benefited by reason of their em- 
ployer,* suddenly to turn against 
him, even when he Is doing all he 

Ti-aniiiportatloh Tefmlnai votnmuifj 
at the meeting was Lt Coloiifl Sea- 
horh H MoSe)v, ^utv p<^t coni-f 
mahder, .^la)or Iber fe Dickson 
pott pi o\ u.t marsNil, «pDke to th** 
group on the rvbjpft of Ttort 
Story Vi curfew policy. Presenting 
<li' Junfor Grtft^ cott&titution to 
thr iipw offiivrs was .Major \\arren 
J. H»f:gins, t onimandlng Officer of 
the nth Tr;i!i.--|>«iitttion Il.iitnlifni. 



DR. im CRAWF9ID 

■nd 

Dlt.ALVUiQ.JAii{l^ 

■H nownce the «»Mii^ M 
#1 ^ nhw mh m on ' 
lAIKM WSKD 



can to {HVvlde them a fair tfving 
In healthy cun*oundings? 

The corpwationlsta and capital- 
ists in Vit^Inla are tentatively 
being offered a pittance if they 
make no outcry while the polHt- 
cians. specifically Sam Pope and 
Lindsey Almond. %vrlng Vast sums 
oiit of their «nploye« and the 
people at large. 

An employee must be^toyal to 
his employer If b6th are to prosper 
and live in freedom. IT there are 
employers who contemplate Selling 
their employes down the river, to 
be basely exploit«i by politlclana, 
they might do well to nwasure 1*4 
ConseqiM^^g in terms of huipan 
prlvathsn and misery and what 
comes of them. f - 

You have seen strikes and viol- 
ence from afar. Why Invite imch 
things to Virginia? 

HAL ANNAS. 
Suffolk. 



Sarah Constant 
aA.R.ToBeFeted 
at Christmas Party 

Mrs. Vivian L. Ott will entertain 
At a Christmas party at her home 
on Sylvan avenue, Ec^|^|r»ter, for 
the m*mbe« of Sitah fcon^Ht 
Chapter D.A.R. and Ihalr huiftfenth 
on the evenftig of Monday, Dec. 28, 
at eight o'clock. 

Other guests will Include the 
Regents of other local chapters 
and state and national officers of 
D.A.R. 

Mrs. Ott, who is chairman of 
Amef-ican Music for her cftaptel-. 
will present a musical program In- 
cluding traditional Christmas 
carols. 




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DecemberZS 

T. A. Vhem. awv^ ^EM» for 
v^wwa «M ttMto i ift ' »| i »ia > work- 
lot fw ^ st«tt iw a naaani <rf 
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fei Om Clefkl OMm of Om M««tt 
Cowt of Om C^BMf 9i Wftmtm 
Aaae, ob tlw tth daf ol DeoeiriM^ 



WMltb of Vto'i^te wl the County 
9I Ih^eaea Aimai 1^|^Bla« on iA 
fMtetftt^ fRttn^t lo-«H: 

Att iftM ««A^ tfi^ piec* mi 
pumA «l tond trttatta, Mng and 
Mag te ITiwuii^illH Tiagfitirlil 
MMrli^ to-«t^ <Mt aora of land 
liaaaii j aa aawna an tea Nor^ 
If i« lanAa •t'J. tf. Fwaaman. m 
Ike «M br 4l» laia* <tf fr ^Maaa, 
m flia ieuyi l>y ttw laada of J. W. 
aokHK on ttie Wait ^ tto iMda 
af #. M. msUe]^ tt« aald fkm x» 
parcel of laalahatt Nwa oodgr flf^ 
yaJNti fttmt^^ on the NorUiem 
bowidtff, Vm aald land ]yii« in 
ttM I<M^ IN^ aocaar. 

xma V. wmrmxas, cierk. 

By: MAKY M. WHITS. Wi. 
AMlwfiallM4lQ 
2022 AtU^ AV«W0 , 

vir0nia S«H^ VkfiKia it-»4l 



MARTHA BLOABBTU MAU>ASB 

rimjrr. FMaurr. 

toit 
BLMd J. 9«4IJC|« Delendaat. * 
Omt el fiMMattiMi 

The object of thto suit U to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matrtmoAU 
from the said defendant, upon ^ 
ttt}und« of wllAil desertfajA and 
j9Mnd(^QteBt. 

And an affUhivit bavini b««a 
I9ude and Rled that the (teftndtont 
Ji not a rwMent of the state of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address Ijelng % General Delivery. 
Trumnan, ArkanMs, it is ordevcd 
Ahat he do appear here within tea 
(19) days after due publicatSon 
iaaaot. aatf m lAal may be nec^ 
!• jpaiaal m tsfalait m thu 



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!A: 
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
l^oart of Princess Anne County on 
tt» 1^ day of December, 1959. 
iSmamfV WiLTH of VIRGINU 

" ^HiaiTiiai nt 

V. 

KAIIBMBQW BROWN (address un- 
kiMWa). or if he be dead, his 
taJtaNi al law and devisees. who»t 
are \tnknown, and bis Uen 
s. If there be any.' wh<»e 
mtjm are unknown, and all 
oUief persons who are, or who 
may be, Inleresteri In the subject 
imtter m be sold and diitposed 
«rf in this iiult, whose names are 
unknown, all of which unknown 
t parttesfU* proceeded against by 
one gewral description of 
,'*BI*tle»,;.VoknoWn", 
t)eMMkiBht 
Order of PablicatioB ^ 
The ob}«!t of which Is for the 
Haltitlff to subject the real esUte 
of Napoleon Brown in the County 
Of Princess Anne. Virginia, to the 
lien fpr tens due the Common- 

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And an affldavH haytatg l>e«» 
nad* aad fliad that thr^d»No«UAi 
Il not a rMMmt pi tha Bt«te of 
Vtr^nla, tiM tm known paal aMea 
addraaa b^w SIM KataMar Drlv« 
OHMie. I^Ma, tt ta ordared that 
^ <1D tmmv here wUMn ten (10) 
4»fyn mh ^a iW J JJa a Ho n hereof, 
and <to what may be mei^sary to 
lloteelMa taMMM IB tiMa ault 
' aUk _ 

Clerk 
, D.C. 

PA- 

BaaN at TiMa fi"H^iw | , 
WarMk. Vb-gnto 124-4t 





at ntliaa at 




oa wa BsMaMr at MaaeniMi^ 

DA C. lAXmtk fiaMiff. 
aaNMH 
mRlCK MMHHL flMMiant. 





Tha aMWil at wweh la frr tb* 
PlainMI wlili^aift tto n^ laiala 
of Stmtn ttMMklMr Bi liia Os^^^ *^ 
PrincMi A^te, Vltgi^ to ttM ttm 
for t«»a due the OWMMinvaaBb 
of Vk^Utfa and ^ mm^ ^ 
Prlnaaaa Mm, tlMlttkt, on the M- 
iowiag-<a a»»<ji |a^t ^, to -wBt 

parcel at tM4 a^Ma. |Miaf a«l 
being to Hatt a ad 8«m^^ twaaaaiB 
District, Ihtaaaaa Ania Gavi^, 
virgtola. and hMpiad Md oa* 

scribed aa i^Mnna 1^ a fM ef 
divlelatt batmMA WaaffliOMae, a»d 
the seM tv^t» «m HaMar. 
by Onu^ iiMTiyor. M, S 
rouglMk BaflaiMlar MM 

foiioan: mMmM «i a 
tween f^M* KimMn aMI ifuaia r. 
as iodkal«d by saM p^ and run- 
ning aliiHig the Uoe of KtUam's 
land S. 2 dcfrees 14,00 Qtpt. & fi| 

w. 2.7d |\^ & d| dMphaea oak 
thence fi^l^iAag t^ aald Uae of 
Kellam'8 lUKl to die |lvUU» line 
to the line b^wewi tkia tract and 
the 31 acre tract of Mid Fuller, 
thence folk>wkig sakl line in, a 
Northerly dli-ecUon to the tend «f 
Woodhouse; thence along the line 
of woodhouse 8. 85 W. 8.00 S. 1| 
degrees 10.00 to th# land of Fegg. 
thence following the line of Fegg 
easterly to the point of beginning, 



t9teol|iai4 
aMveraa A 
Bin- 

ilniulii MiUBBilail 
date^MH ' 

And m 



m obtain 

to be 

t ttm&t A 

' H%e saU 

iKiaids of 



1 m alMMl IwMlk 0« 

Md IBlMllpl'fl#lHFendi 



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Ijeen 
endant 

la ft mn tmtMj «t Ha^tate^ of 
Vt^ilnta Hmk BhI kmiwm feat off l<% 
aINBaal Mb^Mik. H^Km 9enmyl- 
tt II mtin* Mm he do 
laa IM) daya 
1^ 
to pre- 
n|»a»a|Ma 

nmn V. fi^m^a. cierk 

By: MABY M. WttttK DC. 
m0M4 0. Bryiiai, pm* 
illfi^^4MifMa 
VteftMi Biaiiiu; ▼Mghato 1 2-3-it 




Mew and uaed furnliwa fw- aaVt 
<^ rMtmt tha Bamala B»aar Bi 
Ocwaa. "Buy aatf |m mth unala 
BU." Mercbtodlaa of aU kBida. 
Ateo rqpaliv to bicydaa. lamt 
iftcwr a ra , autboard naatara. It u 
k%iiMkMa''BaaWaa" 

" B. 

lUlJAAB, Courthouae Road, 
Oisaaa, Va. Phone QA ••7061. 

BUSINI^ SSRVICES: HUectrtc 
Chain Saws, floor sandera. wax- 

May aaidara, lawn rallara. 
hcA dKJiara 4 aaraatort. 



• tOif AND 

LOST— tMamond ring In 
com purse during Tr 
Boiidaya. If found 



LOST— uilver 
7 white 
eaU or 7 




FummwDAm 

KMkKINT 



Fua. f^ad^B^ 



OA M2». 

Bm BuppUaa, Int, 

m^Sl^bs ^VICBS: BuaUMM 
aervloea. Hoover Vacuum Claan 
erv 8al^ * Service. PrqBM af 
fSdent repaln. Ptek up J* 
v«7. Phone GA 84222 tm Wmt 
A Building SuppUe^ RH. AA 
8-1963. UldBa 

1 IIIII W I I.I ■ 



One bedroom furniiihed 
menti Z bedroom unfurnished 
sMrtment; one 2 l)edroom fur- 
nUhed houae. Call GA 8-2724. 

12-17-at 



For 
duptax 
Ava.tMal 



naw 4 room fiuti 



ff^pS 



>nt. 20 Carlbow 
8^680. 19^ 



1300 Battbi Aa«— 2 bedroom 
gaBad aparlgient with hot 
m$ walar, amo of autoa 
waiBBig BiKGlMtte, yearly renti^ 
t».0» momklNal GA 8^623 

12v 




» badfoaea iBnMiad ui 
■partiMBt. S BiiiKom fur 
downsuim apaiilfent. Alao 
Blahed Bowe, fibH after 

OA s-aoae. i 



FOB RBBTT W 



ekauBwd ly equipped. Appi; 
Holly Road. Plioke UA 
The Kuan Cottagn and 
meittb 1 



Office ipatiB iiarif ttmt.9m m^ 

wt offtea tea ^t. DBU OArden 

»fl22i og #» $mm, i»4tfft 

Prtncesi 4ttia Cow^glH ^ ,—. 
Businett/WMfa w^BMtMadN 

wide awaka. m^M^^.m 
leeae fill 
Eaton Ins. 



Co. OA frBlSl. 

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PETS — 123 eaBnand liauaiittma 
fuu at mBi m €HilMniaK^Maka * 
your aew^n early. Depoait will 
hold for SMita to pick up Christ- 
mas Eve. FRANK'S TWWICAL 
FISH, PETS & SUPPUKS. 8)6 
23rd Street. . 12-3-4t 



il tm <lwVB IBiMa af iBaCircaB 
CumH of tl(e Cmaty ef Maeew 
Aum, o»llM «Mi tti# el Ba«enbe», 



im^mtSD A. BLUB mm^K. Inf.. 

Babttifl. «p^t 

DONALD M. KfWMr. IMendant. 

The <«Jeet <^ MM t\M ti to obUin 
a Mvortse a vBi«i^ matrimonii 
tnm the said defl^ndent. upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that ihe defendant 
is not a resident of the State of 



TROPICAL FISH— Special ac^bar- 
ium set ups for Chrlatmaa, 10 
gallon tank, filter kit, <He. $Uim, 
month of De^mber only. 
FRANKS TROPICAL FISH, PETS 
A SUPPUES 
200 tk'd Straet. 

13-3.4t 



jly furnislwd 
All unities, heat, Un^ 
•«rvJ».^«if^nable j^^m. 

Ok mm. 1341 




UfclWN tolDGE — 24)edrwtn 
fjMHrtoient, oU heating i^Mre, ctoc- 
a^ Itft^BBi stove, f«flr^r«Mr, 
ilrater turalahed. Dial (m M^. 



FomWMd apirtanent • Uvlng rMR, 
beAH}wii( kitchen and ba4Mh. 
Reaapnable rent, yearly b^ia. 
Canralaiatly Moated §o steMHc 
-center. OA 1-^ ll-iSm 



rent by the mcAth. tm^eiM 

aparOnent^ 1 bedroom, 2 ^n- 

room apartments. Apply p9 

toth Street. Rat^ ataiiing him 

150 a month up. 9-lolbi 

_______ 



CANARIES — Guaranleeil male 

singers. Ideal Christmas presents 

for all the family to enjoy. Other 

rare and exotic >)lrds of all klndi. 

FRANK'S TROPICAL FISH. PETS 

& SUPPLIES 

206 23rd Street. 

124>M 

• BUI10IN% • WAlKl 



Virginia, the last known post office 
anF^talnlnsf Sxteen ard^i'aor) address being 1117 West Dlvlstea 




acres. There is excepted and re- 
served for tHM oBsi^yance,- a taM 
as indicated bv said- plat, uOlt 
Walter W. Woodhouse, his liat» 
and assigns, (or the purpose of a 
rlglit of way in pasateg to and from 
his 8 acre tract of woodland. 
,A Copy— Teste; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. GMft. 

By: MARY M. WHITE. D,C. 
J. Peter HoUand, in 
2022 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virgini a 13-22-41 

CommoBweallli of VBrlBtet 

In the fiiM% OfiM.of «Ba PBMlt 

Court of Ao County of rria^M, 

Anae, ob tBe tSrd day of KoveaiBer, 

1910. 

JOSEPH 0. FWORYl Pl^lnti/f, 

a^lnst 
PATRICIA MAJEJ FLORY, Defe^ 
ant. 

Order of PablicatJoB 

The object of this suit Is to obtain 
an annulment from the said de- 
fendant upon the grounds of mar- 
riage n<^ c<m»umin»ted- 

And an itfidavB havtng iieen 
made and filed that the deTendaiit 
is not a reiMeiii <rf tke State ^ 
Virginia, Uie last known post office 
,adar«»S!i being G0» Pierce Drive, 
JBerkly, Missouri, It is ordered that 
^e do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her Interert in tliii* suit. 
A Copy— Teftte: 
JOHN V. FENTRHSS. Clerk 
By:MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
Tbomas'C. Broyles, p.q. 
Richard Q.^ydffm ■ 
3115 Pacific A'vfMa 
Virginia B^^hyfB^gnM, ji2-34t 

Commoawealth ot Vfari^Bla, 

la tibe Clej4[*s Office (rf the Clrealt 

Court (^ the Coaaty of PrineeM 

Aaae, Q« (Be g%4 day c4 Novevber, 

19S9. 

ALBAS?; C, <^OUCB, rialnttff. 

Ig^lnst 
OotIAU) 0. ChOUCH. Defendaat. 
firder ol rabUeatloB 
The object of thlt suit h to obtain 
« divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the «ti4> d$fend«nC, upon t^e 
gwinds <^ B » a e rtlf» . 

' And an affldavR ' having be#n. 
made ai^ filed tlwit the defendant 
Is- not a resident of tlie Htate of 
Virginia, Bie la.>*t known post office 
^dresfi b«|ng Ail Wwtorer Aw, 
Norfolit, VUg^nK'but mm the im- 
der^iigned toikex oath that to the 
best of her knowledge he Is a non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
it Is ordered that-he do ap|)ear here 
wlth|n ten (10) days after due 
pubt {ration bereuf, and do what 
may l« ueccssaiy tu pi'oiect his 
totcretit tii thte fiiJt. 
A CoBi^1Vi»te: 
J<^IN x:. rSNTEByt. Clerk 
Byi MART U. WHITE, t>C. 
Thomas C. Biw'les, p.«|. 
RfcliarU r,. Bryd^s 
3115 Pacific Av«!"4<; 
Vttifmt«Beadi,«Vtfgtaia l^-^4t 



Street, Chicago, Illinois, It- is order- 
ed that he do appear here within 
BBk flO) da^s itflMr dtaa t>ublicatlen 
BeNof. lad do what nB^ be necas- 
saiy to protect his interest in thl« 
suit. 
A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clei*. 

By: MARY M- WWTE. DC. 
Pafa aa a. SMmM, futtma k Slmps^ 

BoUMt ti Trade Building 

mrtm. Virginia 12-l(Mt 



OCEANA— Wtifurnisherd 2P-bedroom 
house, "floor furnace, large . tot. 
Available now. Also nice cleen 
2.-room furnished apartnaent. Call 

OA s^aeft iz-iQi-lt 

Weekly, monthly, yearly. Cottagii 
and apta., budgeted for 3fia- 
Anchor Realty, Pacific and 20tb 
St. OA 8-7421. OA 84497. OA 
8-2860^ day or evening. 

7-104fD 



• AfARTMBIT FOR MMT 

^pwpi'M Mil jQ i mm/^^^^^mm-^m^^ m ■ ■■ ■ i M .a ii^l # 1 ■ 

3-bedroom unfurnished apartment, 
large porch and yard. 2 bloclu 
from ooran and shopping district 
<^ie bedro(»n fumtaiied apart* 
meat, private entrance, furnace 
beat. Call GA 8^m or GY 7-^^. 

10-22-tfn 

• AuroMcnive ioR Mi 



1938 EDSEL — Air conditioned, 

Jower equipped; low mil^'age; 
ke m*r oandltiaii; one owi^-. 
tarnia arnmsd. C^ll GA 8-5090. 
^ tin 



1952 Studebaker Champion, bli^ 
4-door, white aide wall tires, arat 
covers, cuatonr radio, heat^ awl 
defroster. Excellent coiHlltB». 
pert offer. GA H3Sf. liUto 
■ it i 'i.i ip # w—ewi*** «« > i ..»i i,i .» i.i 

196$ Ford v-s etiAonwigon. Radia, 
beater, luton^atlc transmlMl^ 
white wall tl^,. two-tone palBt. 
fixcenent ci^^tian. C«U 0A 
|-583a 8P20-tfn 



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NURSES— dradnate, pfactlcal and 
nurses aJdwi. Apply Superintend- 

• em. fMlnla . Bead) Rc^blta^ 
Wtii Ui€%Mic Ave. 8-7-^ 

840OJM Monthly Spare Time — m- 
fliUrtg and ailleciing mor»y frrtn 
Jtew Tjpe hlgii quality cota 
opera te<J dlspejiter^ in this ari^ 
No felling. To qualify j^tji a^VA 
, have <ar. reference. (WW , to 
#1900 c*#h- *evett lo-vtVelre 
hours weekly can net up to HM 
iijonthly. More full thne. rtf 
per«;rtJal * interview, write P, O. 
Box im5, ^i»«. Waiiu. UvMip 
pttom ttufl^ar. i3-tt-2t 



Appliance rtpaini on au makM 
and modeM. Optm 9«. Hotpolnt 
aalaa aa^ •arvlca now at Hlrts 
Appliance Oc JLMidon Bridge. 
GA 8.1727. Mjto 

• SALISMAN WANTS) 



toail, medium and Urge Anlaaa 
and Camelliaa for aale at ^Ak^ 
sale or retalL Visit DeUuMBl 
Nursery, Rt. 1. Baysid^ V) 
Phone HO 40861. UooNr 
MA fr«l»). $M 

• MtSC rOR SAIi 

-I- i i>iiiiw WLiBp "fifaiiii 




Electronic parts, McfaM ito^ 
tubea, refliAtaa, ii rti li Bfl i llia L 
speakers, amplifiers. aOam #• 
tenna parti. Service 
Btrta TV. London BridBi, 

I. "■ -»" ■ . '■ ■ ■■ il.i I I II ■ _, I — ^...MMK, 

Bra Sis bed Iw ml^ reawnable. Qlll 
GA 8-2;^. ll-^t 

• fost SAii OH mtf 




Electrolux Corp We need two 

men to take care of our expan- 
sion program, ages 21-50, neat 
appearance, good character. If 
your present earnings are not 
nigh enough for your present 
day cost oi living this may be 
the Job you're waking for. Perma- 
nent high income position for 
men who qualify. 100 Airport Rd., 
Virginia Beach or phone OArden 
8-0381 for Interview. 12-104t 



• SitUBHeiiWBiilMiMalo 



PERCUSSIONIST — Coltefl attt- 
dent available Seoaa^Wr tf th 
thru Jan. 2nd; full drum set, dwn 
transportation. Elxperlenced In 
orchestra, dance band. combo- 
Phone Dallas Dalby, OA H^ 
or write Rt. 2, Box 151. London- 
Bridge, Va. 12-l0-3t 



UMd TV and appUaimaa ftr 
or rent Guaranteed 
tioned. Hiru TV London BHd 
Open 99. GA 8-1^7. 



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bp4 CBvaiHftMaoit r 

34-aoini smvicB ' 

uHomMmmoHm 



Wanted— Small Jobs around hoUiK 
or garden by retired nMin. CaU 
GA 8-6224 after 5 p.m. 

10-^lt 



BnlfBllOfl aVBimCi rWIIBIB 



WANTED — Position as aalad 
maker and pantry work in restau- 
rant or hotel. Experienced. Pbonc 
GY 7-33^10 or write to Box 7$, 
Rt. 2, Lvnnhaven, Va. 12-17-tfn 



FURNISHED HOUSE 

mum 

Newly painted furnished 
h906&. Yearly lease $9(J 
per month. Dial GA 8*71 51 
evenings. 



m 



FOR SALE 

Doable streagth gbuil^storni 
paaels tw JahHulm and awalag 
type vtahlMra laataOedi CaU a* 
for prlaes. 

VIRGINIA JAUmSIE CO. 

LaaUa Boad 
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JIT BOSEMOMT 

Buildings, warehot^es, offices, s^ end lot 
for lease with 12^0' on railroad. Virginia Jo^ Blvd 
at RoMimont and Haycooc Road. Midway between 
Norfolk amd Virginia Beach. Ad(omlng tho new 
Princes 'Anne^ ^k?#. 

kl¥^ hodiA. HByfQjt and AMori#«p 
P. O. Box I8S, LyMAaven, VtrfMa 




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Personal Menljon 



Mrs. B^ti W, filw and dauglbtePs 
Btt«y and J«tie, who bav# h#»n 
Rp«>nding the fall and early wlnlpr 
months In Naples, Italy. I^ave ar- 
ved at the Beach and are visiting 
r<!, Rlee's parents, Mr. and \lr^. 
C. M. Woodhouse In IJnkhorn 
Park. Pmdr. Bl«e will Join his 
family In February. 



MIdjhipman F H Newton III of 
the US. Naval Academy in An- 
ftapoli."?, Md.. \s rtpend»ng Christma.^ 
with hii parents. Adm. and Mr;. 
F. H, Newton Jr.. in pay Colo^iy 

Mr. ahd Mrs. Wlillalh Jlruce aftd 
thme children left W'eiEhei^dav to 
A|iefid the Chrlsfma.1 holiday.'! with 
Mr. Bruflpa nether. Mrs. Edwin 
Bruce, In Kimira, N.t. 



Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. .Jarrett Jr.. 
who have l)een residing In I»ndon 
Bridge, have moved to their new 
home on 4«th St. and Ocean Ave. 



Mr. and Mrtt. WlHlafn ^imtlo 
and three chlMm of OlbMm Iiikad. 
Md.. are spending Christmai? with 
Mrs. FHi^no's parentu, Mr. and 
Mr,<(. J, C. Addtngbin In .I^inndoh 
Bridge, 



Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cbariei Bar- 
bour Richardson of BetbeiKta. Md., 
are spending the holidays \lBltlng 
Mrs. Rlchard.wn's rpother, (Mrs. 
Richard Cuslis M«pf> on 84th St. 

Lt. and Mrs. Pfntard M. thef rrf 
and daughter.?, keliy »M H»uiit^ 
of Tascoii. AHt.. a#e vUrttlM m$. 
Dyer^ pareatA, Mf . aiW Mfi. 
George, on 22nd St. Tlieir- soA. 
George Aldridge Jr. wiU afflve 
today from Irenton. N J; 

P. B. White Jr., a rtudeftt at 
Hampilen-.Sydney College. Is Kpehd- 
Ing the hoiidays with his parents. 
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. White,' at their 
home on <i(nh St. 



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Plduro TddDg on Uttk €reek Ferriii 




COMMBRTML nUCIlWK MOW 

Cnai'hes Sporttnf; Goods, by de- 
feating * Mathews Motors two to 
one, took sole pc^sesslon of first 
place. Oceafta Hauling downed the 
Hawks In ail thre* games to move 
tnto a three way tie for second 
place. Pungo, also tied for second, 
won two f^m^t at the expense of 
the- Clvltan Club. Oceana Drug & 
GUt Mart upeet Atlantic TV twice. 
High iiet hoaora |o to Walt Hutch- 
ins with 3^. IHie to the holiday 
MHoh the leagiM^ will not bowl 
until Jab. i )fl0O. 
lieMgae HtaMi*|pt: 

Won 
Coaches .Sporting Good.s . s 

Atlantic TV 7 

Pui>^ 7 

Oceana Hauling 7 

Ocearui Drug g 

Clvltan Club fi 

Matliew.s Motors O 

Hawks I 

High Individual setfi with num- 
ber of games won In parenthesis: 
Oceana H. tSilHawks 



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f A fIBli. |M| fiiilf. 

KrauM dbttMVncttoi taored into 
first place tuesday bight winning 
two 0adMf aiMl taial ^fall from 
Va. Beach No. 1 team. Hqpse 
Onorati toojs hlifli set hmora ior 
the winners with a 470 set. Wade 
Morse was hij^ on the Beach team 
with « mr. White Lui*)ber was the 
only four point winner taking 
three f^mes and total pfnfall from 
Wistern Auto Fivers, F.OP. No. I 
defeated KmRhat Motors three to 
one with Black water spUttiJig with 
Davis Comer two and two. OcMna 
Tankers al$a had a two wav «ltt 
with FOP. No 2. ■ . 



Knti$3 Const (3) 
M- onor^tt 470{ 
L. Navarre 467 
White Unbr (41 
A. Newtdn 402 
F.O.P. Noi 1 (.11 
C. Simmons 47fl 



V Beach No. 1 (U 
Wade Mor«ie S27 
J, MrOraw^ 
W. Arm 
M. Oray 
EmRhae M(r 
C. Glirley 



SOS 
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m 

CM 
304 
391 
(2) 

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, , . -•¥«</ the <$n^l 6aid unto ikem, Zrear j ,^ 
nols for, oehoUf J oring umt good tidingA 
of great jog, wnicn Afiafi ifi to ml people, 
Zrot unto goii id ttom thU Jag in the citg of 
I aUavlJ a JSauiontf which is UtnAt the 
cJLora . , , ^ ^ ^ 



W. Hutchlns .^18 

J. Ray Potter 295 

0ceana Drug (2) 

W. Harrell 327 

.D, Schaefer 

Pungo 

Ar. Shipp 

S. Boc 

Coaches 

J. Adams 

D. Munford 



(0) 
W. Dougla.<! 271 
<?. Catsells 2m 
Atlantic TV (1) 
M. Davis .TU 

32«)P. WhesdoH 32.1 
Clvltan Club (1) 
H. Hudglns "im 
P. Dolglns 2.'i<i 
Mathews Mtr (1) 

3231 J. Hudgfns 3U! 

2ft4|A. Brown 312 



(2) 
31.1 
275 
(21 



K. Whltehrst 4<50|N. MorBe 
Oceana Tkrs (ZHF.O.P. No. 
W. HIteshew ^8I|J. Bliss 
E. Vaslte 4.171 T,' Vlckers 
Blackvrater (2)II^vls Comer f2) 
M^ Dozier 4<17|C. Balance 412 
A. Werner 422(W, fSamblll ,3«J 
F. B. Heath of White Lumlwr 
l.s currently leading the league with 
a high individual game of 2flA fol- 
lowed by T. Vickers and H. Liisjion 
of F.O.P. No. 2 with a 207 and 204 
re.ipectlvely. 



ir tipw 

OPTICIANS 

1M.1 Atlaallc Avenm 
Virginia Beach | 






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Col. and Mrs. Fent<in 'G. Epllng 
of Pinewood Rd., hav*? as their 
h<»use guests for the holidays, their 
.son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 
Mrs. Ainos Beauchamp and two 
children of Washington and their 
son and daughter-in-la'w. Lt. and 
Wr.^. William V. Eperllng and their 
two children <rf« Raleigh, N.C. 



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Piaim tekfaiff l» popular on ^m tittb Craak FnriM teMWM 
thort aro so many ideal photofrsphie aitoatknii. Hero, « lm»> 
Und tokaa movies of his wifa on the stern of th« S. & POCA> 
HONTAS. Six thtpa to the ferry fleet steam betwem Kipte- 
MiM at tho ao^thom tip of Virginia's Eaatern Shore and tkt 
Norfolk area on U. S. 13. In addition, the Chesapeake Bay 
Fwny Diatriet operates lix crossings a day between Kfpl»> 
pdM Mid Old Point Comfort. Motorista enjoy the cruise ba- 

Cuso it affords an opportunity to relax for an hoar an<< • 
If away froti the wbe4 witkont kwing any tim*. 








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MaiuiK»r, Virctate Bvmtk (Htk* 

Virxhiia itat«, KmployiiiMM Herrk* 

Recently the 'Virginia Beach of- 
fice of the Virginia State Rmploy- 
ment Service became "Independent" 
after an apprentk^shlp of several 
years as a subofflce of the Norfolk 
office. This office Is proud of Its 
placement record, and U always 
looking for ways and means to in- 
crease Its effectiveness. , 

Using resources at hand is one 
way of doing this. But there must 
also be an inquiring mind and the 
willingness to recognize the re- 
source when It is evident. After 
recognltltm must come the initia- 
tive to organlxi' and motivate tho 
pi-ograin. 

S<»m«? of the items and devices 
named and riesrritietl in this story 
may not l)e availatilo to all offices 
hut thpro may l»c other outlet-; 

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value your frlend^ip 
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to wish you obundont 
Joy ot Christmostime. 

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Allstate Insurance Agent, 
Representing ^ 

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which the Be»ch^!Ttlce does nol^ 
BOfMesii. We d<v know that our ef- 
forts ahuqi tbei« lines have con- 
tributed l^eatty to our placement 
achievement, yet, at the same time, 
no attempt has been made to devi- 
ate from the regular placement 
procedures. These are extras and 
have more . than paid their way. 
Considering the relatively .small 
effort required, the return has been 
more than gratifying. 

Here are. some of the ways In 
which we have Increased our place- 
ments. 

Several large Federal installa- 
tions are located in the area. An 
inexpensive Ixard has been In- 
iiU^\W^l in the office on which the 
latest civH serviiv o|K'nings nie 
posted. Telephone and pcrsonul 
eontacts with the local Tloard of 
Civil Service F'<xaniiners have n-- 
sultfHl in securing job oi-ders from 
thy civil service and appllcallon 
foiins neodcii by tlie applicant. 
Consetiuently. -^jjacemenls result 
which might otherwise l»e lost. 

We regularly call to the atten- 
tion of the superintendent of city 
and county schools the qualified 
teachers registered at the Employ- 
" '^. Service office, and many 
available Instructors are placed 
with little trouble. At first, the 
local office made the contacts. Now. 
scho<}i personnel people call us. 
The increase in this type of place- 
ment is gratifying. 

Many employers contact the of- 
nce<A-egardlng" various lrf»or laws. 
Of course, the Inti-epretation of 
these laws Is far beyond the hori- 
wm insofar as Wc; are concerned. 
We make no attempt to Interpret. 
But we have contacted the State 
Department of 'I^I)or and secured 
fi-om them a supply of excerpts of 
the laws which they have prepared 
in pamphlet form for distribution 
to the general public. 

When we furnish these materials 
to employers, we have an oppor- 
tunitv to call attention to our own 
services. It pays off. Many of these 
employers have placed orders with 
us which we have been able to fill. 

Social securlly Inquiries bring 
prospective applicants. Tl\e people 
have learned that we keep a supply 
of the various sodal security forms, 
such as application forms for secur- 
ing Social Security Account Cards 
and forms for changing names on 
iy»# <^^''*ll^ ^^^ entrants into<4ne 
labor m4n*ket anci recent brides ask 
for the.se, and quite often leave 



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with a referral card. TTie same 
thing may happen ta a mlddle^ged 
worker who stops by to pick up 
one of these attractive social 
security booklets which tells about 
future benefits. The social security 
people will gladly fumlsTi^all this 
type Of materia] that you can use. 

The Beach office has two nice 
show windows which are natural 
eye-catchers, when properly used. 
Maybe your office has this type of 
window, too. 

These windows are at the dis- 
posal of local organisations such as 
the chamlx'r of commerce. Thrt)ugh 
the chamber, the word was spread 
that the space could )yp u.sed by 
other civic grouph. Various 
Inanches. of the Armed Forces 
hav^ placed displays In the win- 
dows. These displays attract favor- 
able attention to the office, and It 
is an easy matter to Insert aomc 
of our ojj^n material In each dis- 
play. 

This window space Is not always 
use<l l)v community organizations. 
Quite often we set up our own dis- 
plays. In this manner, the varied 
phases of the BS program are 
called to the public's attention. A 
lot of favorlable cdmment and In- 
quiries result. • , 

Many churches mclude In their 
program specialised activities for 
older persons, such as the "GolHen 
Years Club." Contact with such 
orffanizations can usually be made 
through the ministers of the city. 
The local 6fflce con build goo<l will 
by offering to assist meml^rs of 
th^se gt«ups, as well as others, in 
flndjng jobs. If needed, the minister 
may announce this service from the 
pulpit and older workei' placements 
could result. 

Tsese devices to-attract and serve 
applicants are not theory. They 
are at work In the Virginia Beach 
office. As a result of their use, our 
placements have Increased. 

COLDS 

Relieve aches and pains of colds with 
STAN BACK Tablets or Powders. 
Also use as gargle for sore throat 
due to colds. STAN BACK'S S. A. 
(Synergirtic Action) reduces fever, 
brings faster, more complete relief. 
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Darden President 
Of Bo^ Scoots in 
Tidewater Area 

A fttrmer state gnyemnr to tli« 
presWefrt of Tldewatet: prmncll of 
Bov .Scouts. 

Collate W. Darden Jr. of Norfolk, 
retired recently as president of the 
University of Virginia, was elected 
Tuesday night with W. W. Johnson 
of Virginia Beach and Phillip T. 
Smith of Norfolk, vice presidents; 
J. Gordon Lindsay of NorfQUc„tre«»> 
urer, and John E. Scott of Port»- 
mouth, scout tommissloner. 

An ovation was given Oeorge H. 
Bowers, who retired from six years 
as president. 

Nanwd to the executive board 
with the officers wereC .M. Blrsch, 
George H. Bowers. Horace W. Cole- 
man Jr., George Elliott, Aubrey O. 
Graham. l,ewls 'Hlrschler, liestei? S. 
Sherrick, Cbarlips K. Snyder, R.' P. 
Taylor, J. T. Timmons, .fosenh A. 
Webb and Ben Willis Jr., of Nor- 
folk. 

Bohert W. Allen. T^inlelAV. thW- 
can. Dr. James W. Holly III. the 
Rev. George S. .LIghtner and .lame^ 
A. Overton of IVirtsmnulh: Mc- 
Donald Dixon. S. Wade Marr, R. T. 
Orr, W. J. Schneider and Charles 
M. Smith of EllMbeth City; Spencer 
I.ott and Robert Wabab of Vir- 
ginia Beach; Rear Adm. W. K- 
Romoser and Lt. Cmdr. James W. 
Sands of Little Creek. j 

Jerry G. Bray, South Norfolk; 
DeKoven King, Lynnhaven; J, A. 
Holland. Bayslde; Jehn Graham and 
C. W. Overman, Edenton. N.C; 
R(4iert Howell, Hertford. N.C. and 
Roltert F. Oibhs of; Bodle Island, 
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to the most bf»«ttful holiday of 

the dhrtttian calendar. It h a time 
of giving . . . of tWnkmg how we can f adwm the 

most secretwishet o£ others wKo are dear to us.. 
Let us not forget, however, to give thanks 

to the Lord for his boundless mercy. Let us 
thank God for his greatest gift to us: 

"For unto vou is bom diis day a Savior, 

lAich is Oirist, the Lord" 
MayfAis tr^4>e • gpeat Christmas Sea«>n with a 
multitude of Wbwv lor you and yours. 

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^Ars. Donald George Hartley 

Rebecca Sue Edwards Bride 
Of Donald George Hartley 



Th« marriage of Mint Rebecca 
Svui Edwards and Donald Qeorge 
Hartley was Kolemnized Saturday, 
Dec. 1^ at 'A p.m. in Galilee EpltMio- 
pai Church, Virginia Beach. The 



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t|)c Hev. Kniiinu«l ^ach officiated 
^ the double ring nianlage serv- 
ice. A. program of nuptial music 
vfan presenttnf ^ly Mrs. Agnes 
/^drldgc of Virginia Beach. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mri. Aol^nd Dai-vell IBttwards 
Jr. of Virginia Beach. The bride- 
mroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Qeorge Daniel Hartley of Abqaiq, 
^udia Arabia, formery of Bay 
CDjony. The groom's parents were 
triable to attend the wedding. The 
©•ooni w^s represented by hl.s 
njoiher's tUster, .Mrs. Charles Morse 
and Mr. Charles N|or«e. 

White gipdiulais and frenehed 
carnation^ on l>ackbround of Chri-st. 
mafi greens in altar vases and cath- 



eandfflabra was, the only ile«&r in 
the*<|rtlSfe:lt ^ ^f 

The bride W4« given in marriagu 
by Ijer father. She wore a floor 
length gown of Im parted Ch«ntilly 
lace and tulle styled with a sabrlne 
necltline, long lace sleeves ending 
to wedding points over the hands. 
T»» ta.squ^ bodice complimented 
the veipy Jjouffant slclrt of lace and 
Hjlle over satin accented with a 
WUrt IreiiL.HeB finger tip length 
V^il ol ^pRg\od Illusion was ar- 
NMired fr^qi « Vace and pearl 
#BWn. ifllt n^ry^ a prayer boolc 
lipped wHk WWIf oascajle roses 
md btidel %w«r.>«. 

MM Courtney suwenvjnl pf Bay 
Coli^y ^ks hjiv h^wor attendant, 
tier floor iengtri gown of emerald 
gfeen ttjffgt^ was styietl with port- 
f4|lt mtpkiine and" a tasque .lnjdicc 
f|i(i very Iwaffi^il ulilrt. She wore 
a head ptete of nwtohlng hair 
VH'^id criiwB wHh nfveil. She tarried 
a caiK'adc of white flwnphed qaina- 
tioH^ Oil tulle witl^ wlilte poin^ettd 
In oeRler ipfitji (w^ white ^tin 
titi^anwm. 

Hop t»((|lM«MM4|r<wi|li ^is^ Julia 
Keith Wtl#f» Mtaa flM*'^ Shlppley 
limxj. iHim BBveWrty ^Mm Kay. all 
of Vii^inia peach, anA l|it>.s f^tte 
Aijne Fayle of. 1l<^lliHf|ph. N.C. 



They wore gowns styled Identical- 
ly to that of the honor attendant 
of Christmas red. Their'head plecee 
wef« red bow bands and circular 
veils. They carried cascades of 



with red poineetta With white satin 
ribbon streamers. All attendants 
wore long white glove* and peaH 
earrings and necklace. 

8|r. Atlbrey lf^]#ot) Holmes Jr. 
served as beat mtin. and the ushers 
were Mr. Donald Eugene Holmes, 
Mr. John Joseph Wliliams Jr., Mr. 
Miles Lin wood Chappell Jr., all of 
Virginia Beach and Mf. George 
Arthur Oakey. cousin of the bride, 
of Wilson. N.C. . 

For l^er daughter's wedding Mrs. 
Edwards wore a Christmas blue 
lace over taffeta gown with match- 
ing accessories and a corsage of 
white roses. Mrs. Morse, aunt of 
the brW«groom, woiw a silk 'print 
gown aa4 « cdrsage of white roses. 



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rated in Chrli^mas greens and 
frosted white grapes. The tradi- 
tional ribbons on the wedding cake 
were pulled by the honor attendant 
and bridesmaids and the honorary 
bridesmaids, Misses Kathy Bailey 
and Patte Kelly. 

Mrs. Aubrey Nelson Holmes and 
Mrs. John Arthur Oakey cu» the 
cake. The hostesses were Mrs. C. W. 
Pollard, Mrs. R. C. Mapp, .Mrs. J. W. 
Down.s, Mrs. W. F. Bailey, Mrs. 
J. Burrell. Mrs. Russell Btheridge 
and .Mrs. Lester Mon'is. 

After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. 
Hartley left foi- a Northern wed- 
ding trip. For traveling Mr. Hart- 
ley wore a suit of green ami black 
trimmed in fur with black kid 
acces.sories. also a pearl necklace 
and earrings, a gift of the groom. 

The couple will reside in Cham- 
hl:><\ Ga. for three months, then 
Chicago, 111. 

Out-of-town guests included Mrs. 
R. H. nnswell. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 
Oakey, Mr. and Mrs. Ru,s.sell Ethe- 
ridge, Mr. Roland Darwell EJdwards, 
Miss Betty Ix)U Bos well, Mr. Geor^ 
BoKwell. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bos- 
well. .Mr. George* Arthur Oakey, all 
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Miss Sartcira Keith Briggs 

Sandra Keith Briggs, 
Patrick Standing Betrothed 



Mr. and Mrs. Royall Ashmore 
Briggs of Birdneck Point announce 
the engagement of ;^eir daughter. 
Miss Sandra Keith ttriggs. to Mr. 
Patrick Leigh Standing, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. James J. -Standing, 

Miss Briggs Is a 1958 graduate of 



.Marjorie Webster Junior College, 
Washington. D.C. 

Mr. Standing, is attending the 
University of Vir^nla and is a 
niember of fW Gllnaimii Oelta 
social frainpRity. 

The wedtUng wi^^taitc place 
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andria is spending the Christmas | Christnwis holiday* with IHi 



holidays with her son and daughter 
irt'law, Capt. and Mrs. J. T. Burke 
Jr.. at then- hpme on 53ra St. 



.Mr. and Mrs. H. Oliver Brown 
will leave Saturday to visit their 
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and 
Mrs, }i. O. Bipwn Jr.. Ih New York 
City. 



Sewell's ^-^arenls, ]yir. find Mrs. 
H. Gordon Tylei- On Dpgwood Rd. 
Mr. antt/Mr*^ Tyler «te« have as 
their hoiise guests. Mr. and Mrs. 
H. H. Little of Da.~ieu, Conn. 



^ra. Mason John.son left Tues- 
day to spend Christmas with her 
son and (Jaughter-imlaw, Mr. and 
Mrs. Mason Johnson Jr.. at their 
homy in Richmond. 



Loudon Hilliard III arrived home 
Sunday from the University of Vir- 
ginia in Charlottesville to spend 
the holidays with his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Landon Hilliard Jr.. in 
Pay Colony. 



Mr. ami .Mrs. Carl Sewell of 



Owens of Far^uvtlliS NC Mrs. 
TluJmas CreekiMre of Atlanta. Qa., 
Mr. and Mrs. ^Hf, fi;. ^osweil Wd 
family of Durham, N.C.'Miss Rerice 
Wllliambucher of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. 
Fwinklin Ho<lgklns of Lvnchburg, 
ant} Miss I»attc Fayle of Burlington. 
N.C. 



Mrs. Carl S. forsljerg is spend- 
ing the hoHdays visiting her- daugh- 
ter, .Misa Temple Foi'slMrg, in Hot 
Springs. 

Miss Florence LeMoine is. spend- 
ing the Christmas holidays in 
Petersburg with her brother-in-law 
and si.«itcr, Mr. and IWi-s, William 

^r, and Mrs. P. H. Alien have as ^- dimmer 
their guests for the Christmas week- ...^ it,,., r'..„,.,r..-.i .1 »,f„„ 

Mrs. Warden L. Emory of Peters- arrivP<l Mnnriav from Pari« Franf.p 

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Dr. and l^rs. Glen Paavaon and 
their daMrhter, Olenda,. of Rich- 
mond and Mrs. Olaf Pearson of 
Ch%ago, 111. 




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with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 
Mrs. George Vest, in Paris and at- 
tending the SHAPE school' near 
Paris. 



Col. and Mrs. Fenton G. Epling 
of Pinewood Rd., have as their 
hou.se guesfs for the Iwlidays. their 
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and 
Mrs. Amo4 Beauchamp anrf two 
children of Vi'ashlngtoi*- and *their 
son and daughter-in-law. Lt. and 
Mrs. William Y. F^perling and their 
two children of Ralei|;h, N.C, 

a^r. and Mrs. SU>jihen Allbright 
an4 four children of Ijaltimore, Md., 
are spending tht> holidays visiting 
Mrs. ' Allbrt|hf.s mother, Mrs. H^, 
Warfield Leeke and Mr. Leeke on 
Ave. E. H. Warfield Leeke; Jr.. a 
student at the Unlverstly of Vir- 
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Itement of Christmas. The 

i i(tf shoppers, tho 

|||i^ff»i|^ao, all curqUne 

^>«m!iiial routine <rf 

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Mrs. ^n»N|mM ^mm #11 of Im 

l-Mderi Mi all Hit piO» 
Fho ^ |«r tW prirs "A 

?Ierry 4Mitoui| »9| a HapMr 
ear." '^ 

Th« Lakevlew Shores Woman's 
C\))b Ivid U)«ir annual CX^rUtm^ 
party Tueiday, Dec. IS at 9 pj». 
pt die ^Mn9' ff Mrs. jRobirC L. 

%>«>. tw mmtiiitu 94. Urt. t>otv 

TIm hnitiaari utenaMlMaMt tor 
Mw duto irtfniieffs and 4M wMeh 

was particularly |t)terestlt)g ^mt 
like this. Each niaBAf r wjm gfinm 
pipe claan«rf, scotch tape, bU^ at 
^Ptpe 9fper and lysiqlbiiiBrflM^^ 
They were told to creatCii 
"Chrl8tin**y." The thlr^ 
turned up w»re amazinis! -^^fit. 
Wesley m^^v.o^ wat* awaeiSMt fiftfi 

Srtze for l|fir *1Chri8tma8 ^fmt $ii4 
Irs. Geori^ Olson uecond ^Uw 
for her "choir girl." 

P9Uyaiw»«» wena afi^aiiced »«l 
group Christmas carols were en- 
Jo veil. 

Pr«. fyVr l»fd "Th* N*|il»l Be- 
fore ChriKtma.*i. 

ft\0 r»lr*»iun^f^ fnd dacora- 
Um9 <prri«d out tiiM Cl^rlstjnas 
motif. 






B4YMKF n}im «4RPKN 
ULI9 lo^DH j^BfrynNfl 

The Bavlake finex Garden Club 
met DafgJuJyr 9 ai 3 pjn- 9t t}^ 
Baylafce .Methpciist Church. Mrs. 
Charles Brown discussed the crea- 
tion of ioorway ai)d mantel deco- 
rations. 

The club vot«d 19 dUtrihute gift*, 
oandy and cookte.t to the \& people 
at New Calwary OW Folk's Home. 
Make 'airlMyaibMf'"S*f9ent8 for 

the ■ Munil^tiK^PPPl^l and ''H 
b9sk«ta ((y^|;ippt| family. 

The frt*'*' if "iw sponsoring a 
Chflsttrta's *d»6rway contest and 
Judging will take place' December 
20. On December 20 Mrs. Brown 
will eni^rtain the members at 
coffee. Following thjs social tho 
menUjers wUl t^ke a >r»iktng tour 
(Q view the doorway entries. 

P#bck|ges ftnd arrangeujents were 
Jw^gad t^y Wke Sl}or^ Garden 
Club Judges who awarded a gold 
Raul Ui Mrs. lUy HendflKion. (Hluer 
rim>m tfi- Hn. A. C. Marguesrf, 
Jlrs. S. W- Holland aad Mrs. W. E. 
Mcllveen. 

Mra. E. T. Hamlet an4 Mra. O. L.. 
^eitKt were hpstesses. 

Mfue mumm gaiwvn c'|.ub 
Hoim cmHmtmak afisfrrivu 

Mrs, U. O. A4pms was ^o.s(*«s for 
Hui Chri*Una« mcetlr^ of the clyb 
whlc^ *a* lield Mouday. Dee. t* 
at 8 p.m. at her h<^»e Qn Lake 
Shores Bd. JIrs, F. F. Warren was 

^Mrs. C. Cr. Clough gave a Christ- 
mas story "The Little Serving 



Maid." 

The c|irt> held their «b1iim1 Cllrtit> 
mas saie <4 wreaths aad grtaaa 
Saturday at R)^>lns a»mr. 

The club 'voted to give a dcmtf 
yon to t|ie Baytide Jov Fund. 

fiif itlub wtii sponsor a Chrtat' 
mM daorway contest. Judging will 
Uke place Dec. 22 at 10 Ji.ni. Those 
#fldrlng to enter may call Mrs. 
0, A. Dowling at HO f4683 by 
• p.m. tUtc. 21. 

Judges from Camellia Shores 
OMn^if) Old) aivtr4rd ribbons to 
li$n. C. U- imM, Mrs. DowUi^, 
Mrs. M. O. Peoples, Sfrs. R. C. 
HoJi}f»es. Mrs. J. W. Parrott. Mrs. 
Frank Hudglns. Mrs. W. A. George, 
Mrs. W. F. Mlddaugh, Mrs. C. T. 
WrtrtJ. Mra. A4m». Ufa, T. C. 
^m, .Mrx. W»rm». I0n- C E. 
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imM CHRIKTMAli MHKTI.NG 

The Bay^lde Lions Club met 
Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. at 
Shore Drive Inn. £ug«n« r. Cald- 
well, presiding. 

Rev. Q. Julius Rice, pastor of 
Bayslde Christian Church, and a 
m^nler of t^e d^b, spoke on thf 
topic "Voices of Christmas." He 
mentioned some of the ways in 
which we express our foo<l wishes 
and remembrance of others at this 
joyous sea.son. The custom pf send- 
ing cards to frjends became popular 
in America -at the turn of the 
century and has grown so that now 
theVe are many millions sent 
tlirough the mails each year. 

The use of Chriatmas seals was 
also begun al)9ut the IfWOi by a 
postal cler kin Denmark. In 1907 
the first spals were sold In the 
United States as a means 0/ help* 
Ing a hospital which was about to 
close its doors. Iq 1919 the first 
seals were sold to fight TB which 
was the nation's No. 1 health men- 
ace. Since that time the procee<ls 
from the sale of these Mals has 
been so effective In reducing TB 
that It now ranks 77th among the 
contagious dLseases in the country. 

Rev. Rice also told of how tlte 
splrW of Christmas creates in us 
the desire to help less fortunate 
peraons by sharing some of our 
worldly goofjs- 

ighn E. Absalom Jr., first vice 
.idtot, announce^ tb|yt the Zone 
nd S^morial must^-'Bl i^chpjar- 
sh)p contest is ^Ing p^nnnd for 
March 4th pt the Dome H Virginia ^ 
Qeach. 



HO 4-1SI9 

Roy Tn^yEnntf. Bland Memori«I 
Cl)^rman« iwwunced that the 
club's ell|a|nti*on contest will hf 
h^ on J^. 9 with approxlmatetar 
15 young M^le competing. Wlvw 
of the nocMters are invited for thit 
occaaion. 

Gordon Hughson, second tice 
presidbuit. reported that the club'a 
annual ThM^agivMig turkey shoot 
netwid ffwe $909 ^or the club's 
«h«rita|^ «»d ctv^ aetlvHi^ /un^. 

Hanks Ctetrander, third vice 
pre|i49nt who Is chairman of Uve 
anQUBl SayiMde Christmas J(^ fund 
reportad that the club members will 
distribute food, clothing and toys 
to about 70 needy families. 1§f re- 
qMuMi that every meinber help 
in lltt iortlAg and delivery oi the«i 

Keliy Davis, chief of the UUle 
Creek Amphibious Ba.<ie>Flre De- 
piMinoent, wgs present §04 wan 
tioaun«n4e4 for the fine way in 
wtnch he and his men help the 
^oy Fund each year, by collecting 
and repairing toys and by also col- 
lecting large quantities of food and 
clothing on the Amphibious Base. 
Thew firemen and the Little Creek 
Naval Personnel make such a large 
contribution to the ^oy Pui^ that 
It vbul4 ^e impossible for thf club 
to serve the needs of the Baysjide 
area without their help. 



B.%r\'IL]iR PARK GARDRBT CLUB 
HOLIW ANNl'AL YULK PARTY 

The BayvlUe Park Garden Club 
met Moadisy night. t)ec. 14, at the 



h^me Of Hr*. R. 3f- ^kmfn, 1013 
ttmm St. 

T>)e club lield their Mnual Chrii>t- 
maf party «t this tipe and Polly- 
anna gifts WCM exchanged. 

The club'a project for the laat 
manth wa« painting stneet sig^s fi^r 
tte area, jvlUeh was completed. 
" The club iN^led to aeid Jetters to 
tiie editor to *'^ve SUunpy Lake. " 

Members of the Sunri.se Garden 
Club Ju^^d arrang^oents and 
awards rTbtK>ns to t^rn. |3ene WU- 
Jerd, ^s. L- R- Otv^Kty, Mta. 
R. S. Eariy, Mrs. J<jhn Gubesch. 
Mrs. J. D. Selby. 

HoM£siie« /or tjje mwtjgog \WKiit 
lira. B. M jfiickman. Mrs. R. Q. 
Sargent and Mrs. E. A. Jueger. 



«:i|||.DRFy*N JX LK PROGRAM 

MUTED tonmm At ba?»idb 
cMiMTiAN cmmm 

Tuesday. IHsc. 22, at 7:30 p.m.. 
tha children's Christmas program 
will he preiiented in the aanetuary 
0$ the church, by tlui Children's 
bepartni«'nt of the Sunday School. 

The program will be followed by 
a ChrLstmas party for the children 
and treats wiU be presented each 
child who i.s present. 

Miss MUdreri Sliaw, Mipt-'iinlen- 
dent (>t the Children's Department, 
la directing the program. 

Thursday, D&:. 21 at 3 p.m. there 
will be a Candlelight Holy Com- 
nvunion Service. The music director 
of the church, Mrs. Margaret Trou- 
land, will sing "O Holy >yght' 

(CeMismcii e« Fwe S^vea) 



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wonderful Christmas, the 
spirit of Christmas Present, 
the Promise of Christmas yet 
to come ... ail give us reason 
to pause and give thanks 

f%nm^%x\f w#rm i& our 
mtmarf fi dit ifaouglit of our 
ma^y friends made through- 
out th$ years. The wonderful 
a$ai^iitiQfi has made every year 
a happy one. To you, pur 
friends, wc say sincerely c , , 
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pf § fy<ustmg child. 

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CoccMuit-Cranbeny HoUixy Pie! 




For » ddi|MliU}f #^imt dw«ft Ut <tib« hol^n, try thii 
BWlpnnt-CitMMbwgy Crowb ficl Uaa th« tiwUtioad cnnberry sauco 
copmiMNi irMli a^wi^ PM i^anoriM t|i«M fisJii to a gounset 
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Coeomt Craabarry Crumb ¥kt 
yi ndpe Pf« Croat 1?^ cups (1-pound can) eaimad ' 

9% copa (1 poond 4 oz. can) whole cranbeny a«iM 
onned diced applea H cup sugar 

S tableapoona aogar j|P«, ^ cup butter or maigarlna 
1 tableapoon flour JTmLt i% cup flour 
Daahofaalt *n%^ 1 cup t^uler-tbin flaked eocoi..« 

Line a 9-{iicii ]H« pm with jpaitry, roUcd H-incb thick, flute 
JBdvea. 0>mblne apples, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 t^leapoon flour, and 
salt; mix wtM Turn into pi* ahelL Break eranl^rry sauce with 
fork tad spread over apples. Bake in hot oveo (425' F.) 30 min> 
BtM. Meanirtiila comUn* % cap aogar, butter and M cup flour and 
mix with pastry blender or fork until enudtAv, Mix in coconut 
Spiiidde ever partiaQy baked pie and bake zO minutea longer. 
Serve warm. 



No doubt there'll l)e left-over 
turkey and here is a recipe using 
2 cups of turkey — hope this will 
be one you'll like. 

Plaatatioa Yaaia aad Turkey 
(Makes 4 servings) 

1 can (1-pound) Louisiana yarns 

2 cups diced cooked turkey 

2 medium-sized oranges, peeled and 

si iced « 
1 medium-sixed onion, rhopped 
i cup fine dry bread (»'umbs 
1 teaspoon salt 
i teaspoon pepper * 

Drain yams; reserve liquid. Slice 
yams. Combine yams, yam liquid 
and remaining ingredients: mix. 
Turn into greased 1-i quart casse- 
role. Bake in moderate oven (375*) 
40 minutes. 

Bye now and a merry, merry 
Christmas to you and yours. 



When you're entertaining during 
the holidays, I thought Coconut 
Cianberry Holiday Pie aounded so 
«god, it would be Ju;st what you'd 
uke to serv« for a dessert. 

Bet you're weary, getting those 
last minute things done. 

Maybe you can Just talte a few 
minutes out to plan a few eajsy 
meals so you can enjoy the holi- 
days. It will be hungry mouths to 
fsed no matter t#hat the season. 

The winter atmosphere inspires 
a savory supper of Louisiana yams 
and pork chops, after all the 
Christmas turkey and trimming^. 
I hope this suggestion will be 
pleasing. Prepare your chops like 
you like best and with them .sei-ve 
golden mellow yams. Yam.s are a 
traditional holiday vegetable, they 
are also l>epomintg a favorite of the 
everyday menu. You can^ll th^m, 
bake them, broil or fry them and 
they're delicious when mashed and 
enhanced with raisins, nuts and 



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spices. Try this recipe. 

Louialana Yams^Oaked in 
Apji^le Bhells 

(Malies 6 servings) 

3 m£dium-sis^ green apples 

4 medium- sized Louisiana yams, 
cooked, peeled and mashed, or 
1 can (1-pound) Louisiana yams, 
draiikHl and mashed. 

i cup chopped walnuts 
% cup seedless raisins 

Nutmeg 
2. tablespoons melted butter or 

margarine . 

Core apples and cut apples in 
half. Remove centers of apples 
leaving %-inch shell. Chop centers. 
Add yams,, walnuts and raisins to 
chopped apples; mix. Turn yam 
mixture into apple .shelLs. Spiinkie 
with nutiiu'g. I'lacc hi 9-inch 
square baking dish. Bake in moder- 
ate oven (37'i') 1 hour, or until 
apples are tender. Pour butter or 
margarine on top. Serve with pork 
chops, as desired. 

Louisiana Yambilee Bake 

(Makes 4 servings) 
4 medium-sized Louisiana yams, 
cooked, peeled and quartered or 
1 can (1-pound) Louisiana yams, 
drained 
1 cup seedless raisins 
i cup chopped almonds 

1 taoiespoon grated lemon rind 
i cup flaked coconut 
i teaspoon ginger 
i cup lemon juice 

2 tablespoons melted butter or 
margarine 
Arrange yams in greased shallow 

baking di.Hh. Combine raisins, al- 
monds, lemon rind, coconut and 
ginger; m'ix well. Arrange over 
yain.s. Combine lemon juice and 
butter or margarine and pour over 
yam mixture. Bake in moderate 
oven (350*) 25 minutes. 



Ladies Guild at 
Protestant Chapel 
Inaugurated 

NAS, OCBANA — A Udles Guild 
of the Protestant Chapel, Naval Air 
Station Oceana, was inaugurate^ 
during the latter part of Novem- 
ber, to assist the Protestant Chap- 
lain in the program of religious 
activities conducted at the Chapel. 

The Guild meets at the "Chapel 
of the Good Shepherd" aboard the 
Air Station on the second Wednes- 
day of I each month. The next meet- 
ing Is scheduled for Jan. 13, 19(50. 

•Membership Is open to all women 
of the area of the Protestant faith. 
Ladies interested In joining the 
Guild, or .seeking additional infor- 
mation pertaining to its activities 
can contact Mrs. Knowles at 
GA 8-4160. 

Officers electad during the No- 
vember meeting were Mrs. C. A. 
Guiou, presljdent; Mrs. Jean Becker, 
vice presideht; Lanelle Cair, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Mrs. G.. A. Ogiesby, 
program chairman; and Mrs. Lenora 
Kinkan, publicity chairman. 



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Instruction In 

Piano, Organ, Accordion 
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Holiday Safety 
Drive to Strep 
RespcMiiiUlity 

CHICAGO — The NaUonal Safety 
(^uncil announced today a Christ- 
mas holiday safety campaign that 
^11 str^a moral resixmslbliity and 
appeal to every American to ob- 
serve the commandment, "Thou 
Shalt not kiU." 

"By moral responsiblUty." said 
Arthur B. Langlie. chairman of the 
Council's National Committee of 
Religious Leaders for Safety, "we 
mean simply this: 

"Motorists <-T and people in their 
homes, too — violate jone of the 
Ten Commandments when, through 
disregard for safety, they cause 
others to suffer or lose their lives. 

"This." said Langlie, former 
governor of Washington and now 
president of the McCall Corp., New 
York City, "is the season for sober 
worship and family joy. It is also 
a time for honest thinking. 

' "It's a time for honest thinking 
about living a sound, full life and 
helping others to do so. This must 
surely include thoughts about driv- 
ing your car — carefully and 
sol)erly. 

"We must have regard for our 
own lives and well-being, and 
patient consideration for the wel- 
fare of those who ride with us or 
who ride in other cars, ^ . 

"Thoughtful, careful habit*,- are 
wrapped up In the meaning of the 
Christmas season," 

The Council's Christmas safety 
campaign will continue from Dec. 1 
through the New Year's holiday. 
It will reach its peak, the organi- 
zation said, from Dec. 21-26. 

Theme of th« mont'i-!o:.g t'f rt^ 
which will emphasize the need for 
safety on the nation's streets and 
highways. Is: "For a merry Christ- 
mas — make it safe!" > 

"One sure and simpis way to 
help make your holiday safe," 
Langlie pointed out, "is to do away 
with the office party which relies 
on the bottle for its fun. 

"Take care of yourself and your 
family this Chrijitmas," l^anglie 
urged. "Alwve all, remember Uie 
Golden Rule. It will help you have 
a safe and merry holiday," 

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I'HRIHTMAH HOlJDAVH 

ArimiuiuciiM'iu has- tM'*>n marti» 
that rlasK«'S will tn' il'iHHiiKSPil for 
thf holHlays at It a.m. TiM'!«iay, 
I XT. 22, and will M- ii'siiiiu'«l at 
n a.m. cm Monday, Jan. 4, 
CHKI.StMAH PlAV 

Thete wa.«s kn excellent turn-out 
for the chlldren'K Christmas play, 
pre«ented untler the sponnorHhlp of 
the Parent-Teacher Ahko., on Tues- 
day, Dec. 15^ by the five fourth 
grades* of the Aragona School. For 
late arrivals there wa.-* standing 
nwm <inly. "Christmas Around tke 
World" wa.s the theme and gave the 
pupils of the Kchool a Kplendlrl 
opjMirtunlty to portray in a very 
Ix-autlful insnner thf different 
ciiNloins and wuy^ of r»'lel»ratlng 
Clirl.Hlitia.s 10 diff<'(('nl parts of thr 
worUI. 

^KAJ'HKIt APrRKriATlON 
SUiHT HiAVKU AT Mt.XtiOSA 

After a «hort IjUNinoss in«"etlng 
of tin- I'aivnt-Tearhcr Assn. held 
on Tuesday , I>ec. I'l. .Mrs. Alice 
Shaffer, pr»'>!ldent. Rtatcd that the 
next «'gular meeting would Ijc 
held at the .whorjl auditorium on 
Tucs<lay. Jan. 20. Fn addition to 
the regular order of huHiness to be 
conducted, thin first meeting of the 
year will \>e dedicated an a special 
tribute to the faculty as "Teachers' 
Appreciation Night,* and a special 
Itivltalion Is extjended to all parents 
to attend the meeting and .get 
acquainted with the teachers who 
play such an Important part in 
the dallv fives of their chilaren, 

SIXTH V;rai»k dance 

A CiAIiA AFFAIR 

The Christmas spifit filled the air 
and the colorful decorations lent a 
festive atmosphere to the occasion 
when the Sixth Graders held their 
dance at the school auditorium on 
Saturday evening, Dec. 19. Mrs. 
Ruth Pharr and Mr-s. John Teres- 
kerz wei*e hostesses for the eve- 
ning and a bountiful serving of 
refreshments and goc^ music pro- 
vided a fun filled evening for all. 
CJIRIi HCOrX ACTIVITIKH 

Mrs. Shirley Emerson, Neighbor- 
hood Chairman of Girl Scouts in 
Aragona Village, reported that the 
Girl Scouts have been busy during 




May your Christmas shine anew 
with the brightness of His love and 
may abundant joys come your way for 
a most foyous Christmas occasion. 



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the past few we^ks In preparation 
for their ChrlslmaK f»arty held on 
Saturday, Doc. Ift at the Haygood 
Methoflmt Church. Memliers of 
Troop a2<i were hosteaHOH for the 
party. The very Interesting pro- 
gram was opened by the chairman 
with a word of thanks and ap- 
preciation expressed In behalf of 
all the Girl Scouts In the Village 
and the Rev. McCormlck, pastor 
of Haygood Methodist Church, for 
the kind and generous offer of 
the" church auditwium for the 
party to he held there. Mrs. Lolf? 
Mackenzie, Troop C o n s ni t a n t, 
acted as master of ceremonies for 
the prograrft which was opened 
with thp entire group .singing "Girl 
'Scouts Together." 

.Mr. Gros.snfr, of Friod Fair SU»re 
In the Aragona Shopping Center, 
flon.'ii«'(l the Iwnutlful Christmas 
tief iisj'fl for Jlic party. Its lieauty 
wan onlianced by the niirlad of 
rol(»rful an<l gHltci-Ing decor/lions 
each one mad«> by the Individual 
girl scduls and brought to the party 
along with their own hand made 
gifts gayly packaged with their 
personal touch of creative individ- 
uality. After the fentlvltieH enjoy- 
ed with the decorating of the tree, 
and exchanging of gifts, the fol- 
lowing program was a fitting pre- 
lude to the closing ,ceremonie.s of 
the Christmas party. 

Brownie Troop 424, Mrs. Ruth 
Rouse, leader, and Mrs. Dotty Ben- 
nett, co-leader, sang "Silent Night" 
and "Santa Is Coming to Town." 
Brownie Trrmp 213, Mrs. IjoIs Mac- 
Kenjile, leader, and Mrs. Frances 
Franke, co-leader, put on a Chrl.st- 
mas spelling skit which proved to 
lie very interesting and entertain- 
ing as well. The Brownie troop 
of which Mrs. Lillian Moran Is 
leader, and Mrs. Mary Lehr, co- 
leader, gave an Intricate demonstra- 
tion of the "Hidden Bell Game." 
Brownie Troop 001, Mrs. Dot Ny- 
gaard. leader, and Mrs. Wenonah 
Ward, co-lekder, sand "Oh Come 
Oh, Ye Faithful" and "Rudolf, the 
Red Nosed Reindeer." Troop leader, 
Mrs. Sylvia Phillips, and. co-leader 
Vernita Carroll, led their Scouts In 
"The Santa Claus Game," which 
held all pfef^nt in spellbound 
vyonder. Brownie Troop 20.'), Mrs. I 
Claire Spen^e, leader, presented a ' 
l)eautiful Christmas skit. Brownie 
Troop with Mrs. Millie Bowan, lead- 
er, and Mrs. Jane Atlams, co-leader, 
played "Santa's Pack Game." In- 
termediate Tn)Op 22(i, with Mrs. 
Evelyn Bradshaw as leader ftnd 
Mrs. Cuthrell, co-leader, sang 
"Hark, the AngeLs Sing," and "Joy 
to the World." Intermediate Troop 
233. Mrs. D. E. Wright leader and 
Mrs. Cora Borden, co-leader, pre- 
sented "The Night Before Christ- 
mas" in a most delightful fashion. 
Intermediate Troop 219, Mr.s. Mar- 
cle Burrows, leader, and Mrs. 
Bernice McCarthy, co-leader, pre. 
sented their skit, "Where Is Chri.st- 
mas?" which held all In wonder 
'to the end. Intermediate Troop 561, 
Mr-s. Florence Fraser loader; Troop 
242, Mrs. Margaret Allen leader, 
Mrs. Folkana, co- leader; Troop M5, 
Mis. Sai-ah Wiggleton leader and 
Mrs. Betty Standi, co-leader; Troop 
533, Mrs. Pattl Miller, leader, all 
participated In the entertainment 
of the group and added much to 
the enjoyment bf the party. 

Mrs. Peg Perkins, troop organ- 
izer, was in charge of serving re- 
freshments, and at the close of the 
program "Indian Taps" and the 
Girl Scout Benediction were pre- 
sent e<l. 

The beautifully decorated tree, 
after having .served Its function 
fur the Girl Scout Party will be 
piNwontPd to a needy family, as 
will ■ the gifts of canne<I ^(xxis, 
clothing,' and toys which were 
brought to the party by the girls 
for this pui'pose. 
<iirl Scout Troop 333 

Mis.D. E. Wright, leader, and 
Mis. H. H. Bonlen, co-leafler, re- 
ported that the girls in their troop 
have l)een quite busy during the 
month of December, first, In the 
presentation of the flag ceremony 
for Ti-oop 219 at their Investiture at 
Christ Presbyterian Church; .second, 
in the making of aprons which will 
Ik' presented tt) their mothers as 
a Christmas gift, and last but not 
the least of which, was the making 
of hand-made gifts and decorations 
for the Girl Scout Christmas party. 
Members of the troop are sched- 
uled to deliver their personal gifts 
to their adopted patient at the 
.Municipal Hospital in Norfolk on 
Dec. 23. It has been the custom 
of the members of th* troop to 
vi.sit their adopted patient on Sun- 
days, holidays and special occas- 
ions during the year and At is the 
opinion of the troop leaders that 
thl.s particular activity of the troop 
has given Us memtors a gi-eat deal 
of pleasure and an understanding 
of soinc of the burdens of life when 
a kimlly word and smile will 
brighten the heart and the life 
of others. Trotip 23.1 leads a busy 
life — and in addition to enjoying 
mllpi- skating parties, theatre 
parties, hikes, cook-outs an<l pop- 
corn TV evenln?*, they, as indi- 
viduals and with the permission of 
their parents, also "baby-sit" and 
help in Bloodmoblle visits to the 
Village. 





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^ A. w. look back ovT H,« year pa,!, we recoH mony pleoianf moment, . . . .e^ng our jalron. 
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That grand dd S«ison is h^e again and wot 
more it is our happy privil^e to send you an 
ddtime Greeting for the pccasioo. Eadi year, it 
seems, we lode forward more and more to this 
traditional cus|tom, and we jnst hope our message 
conveys to yolr the »inc«rUy ©f our thoughts. 
May Uiis be a great occasion and one you will 
relive ouuiy times in tho inoiUhs to come. Merry 
Cliristoaas to alL 



Catch ^i^Flsli 

Acconttag to InAMnMton collect- 
^ 1^ ClariMt %, lUciniis, |;iok^- 
1ft at th« Vlr^to flAerks Labor- 
•tory, G^«K»«ter «)int, ^wrt fUh- 
Wtnen h^ to flah for lO or 12 
tours durit^ I«» to catA as many 
croakers as th«y 4id d«rlng one 
hour in 1KS6>37, bat the fish they 
cai^t wert gWMrally of a larger 
sise. Thia aaUmatc a*. avaJlaWilty 
was obtained throtigli Intorviewa 
with sport flaheraten ai^ throimh 
log book* voluntarily kept by «i«n. 

"Most flshermen realize, that 
there has b«ea a sharp drop in tke 
numbers of croakers, «fKt !tim 
changes in the abiuKtaM* of other 
aalt-water fl8h<»." RkAards stated. 
"C^tch record Intprmatfon obUtned 
books ajj<| Interviews 

to follow and 
compare these change through a 
season and from one year to an- 
other. Those who have been keep- 
ing a log of their salt-water fishing 
trip:; should now aend them to the 
Virginia Fisheries Laboratory for 
tabiUatifMi. Cooper^lon on the part 
of »|>ort fishermen helps uti compile 
l)elLei' records of trends In sport 
fUhtoig." 

Richards' records show that spot 
were caught in great numbers In 
19W. Fishing for them iras two 
or three times better this jiwirAhan 
during the 1958 sea-son, though the 
fish were somewhat smaller in stae. 
Good catches were made from July 
to the end of the season in the 
lower Bay, wereas, in 1968. spot 
giade » strong but late and slfort 
run in the same waters. 

Flounder catches durfang 1S58 
Were running about 10 times higher 
than during 1936^7, and were 
three times higher in 1950 than In 
1956-57 seasons. Gray trout catches 
tell a story of continuing decline 
within the Bay. Croaker, sp<rt. gray 
trout, and flounder have been the 
maln.stiiys of the sport catch for 
inany years but the .swell toad, or 
puffer, j.iiuod this group during 
1959. I'revbusly reported only as 
an ^Incidental jjoition of the Mpoit 
catch, puff«r.s may rank al»ead of 
trout, Flounder, and croaker when 
the 1950 catch data* is completely 
tallied. Pel•llap^s more fishermen 
are becoming awisre of the fine 
flavor and texture of swell toads 
and are taking them home instead 
of throwing them away. Swell toads 
are marketed as "sea squab" and 
appear on menus of aome of the 
best restaurants in the East. 



News fir 
VErERMS 

"W* at the Yatanms Admlnl^a- 

tlon urge the veterans who hold GI 

term Insunlce pi^MN to writ* or 

visit their nearest va office and 

talk to tiM! eotitact man to see i f 

lueir pottcies fit their present and 
future needs." 

This advice was extended to vet- 
erans by the AdminMn^r.of V«t- 
erans Affain, Sumner G. Whittier, 
in an interview for publication In 
a nationally circulated daily news- 
Ijaper. • 

"Veterans have a right to convert 
their policies from a term to a 
permanent plan," Whittier aald. 
The term premiums become veiy 
heavy about the point a man re- 
tip^. There are some 3 mlllkm 
World War II veterans wlw> hayf 
not converted. If 20 yeara fttim 
now. thene 3 million are 'PfjrUig 
vary heavy premiums, there will 



'}e a aerfotta prcMMA." 

tvem polfelet Increaaa m eoirta 
as the policyholder gets older, for 
the aame atnouat bf insurance. The 
avenife age of World War 11 vet- 
amna tc^i^ la 40 yatrs. If a World 
War U vetewi hM »lO,OOa of Na- 
ttonal Service Life Insurance as 
term Inaumnce, his premium will 
tnovase periodically. VA says. At 
tho age of fo, he would he {wylng 
|TJl.ap |M»r y^r In premiums. 

If the veteran converts his policy 
to k permanent type of National 
Service Life Insurance, the amount 
of premium ramaloa constant 
through the Ufa of tho policy, the 
saoif as at the age at which he 
converte. 

Also. VA , satd. permanent poli- 
cies make it possible for the holder 
to build up an estate and after the 
fiMt year the policyholder may 
borrow on his policy. The addrew 
of the Norfolk Veterans Admini- 
stration Office is 31J Post Office 
Bldg.. Norfolk, Va. 



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ARAGO.NA GARDEN CLUB 

tliere Is a wng, "Brighten the 
Daorway, . . .» Well, this la Just 
what the several ladles of the Ara* 
■Uia Garden Club who signed up 
W "deiMrated door contest" are 
(M|ig. There will be quite a few 
very beautifully decanted (toora 
thia Christmas season, if jMst 
history of the Aragona Garden Club 
la to be taken into acoiunt. the 
Judging committee of the Thalia 
Manor Garden Club will judge the 
Aragona Village de<»rated doors 
on Dec. 2B. and those winning 
awards will find ribbons streaming 
frmn their door-s. In similar fashion 
the Judging commUtee of the Ara- 
gma Garden Club are scheduled to 
judge the decorated doors of con- 
laatants in Sherwood Forest Gar- 
d*« Club ait^a. 



Weak or chUltd lamte. HttMmbtr 
th«t it takao M17 vmm wm^m 
or lab^ to raiie twin bm^ MiMr 
singles, and the profits from a big 
lamb crop are much larger than 
from a small one. 

TRIi£ ntVNUTG TIMB fl£RB 

Now is the time toiv all gpod 
appto growars to prune their trees, 
according to F. R. Drellihg, aa^cl- 
ate extension horticulturist at VPI. 

He says it Is necessary to ^<M»n 
trees for the crop expected next, 
year. Pruning will avoid many pit- 
falls that might occur later. Both 
bearing and w>n-bearing tnees 
irtiovld feel the tuning blade, vK$t< 
Drolling. ' 

In pruning, young lsc*m, one 
objective is to aatablish a strong 
Ksaffold system. This means fleet- 
ing wide-angled and well-spaced 
branches up and around the tree 
trunk. 

Prune mature trees to allow for 
better sunlight and spray penetra* 
tlon Into all parts of the tree. 
Weakened, low-hanging llmba 
should be rejnoved and where they 
are thick and overlapping, thin 
them. Be sure to thin out the top 
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flso'' csaeaaaa. 

Keep ^rli^ tre» 
able bounds and 
should not be over 30 feet 
They should be rounded out loit 
they have a proper oonformatio* 
as cattle cto. n-une to get good ainti 
and quality fruit. Too detailed pru|li»* ' 
ing trims out fruit buds and btlm«» 
latea leal ipowth- 

It la good practice to obecr 
and mark areas where inferlur 
fruit grows aCNl pnme according 
In the fall. Such pruning will i||v 
tsmm the an^uat of frujt <ie», 
Mipei^ aUw end aolor. Oreilijnf 
adds that modntate pruning !«« heaL 
for overprunlt^ jMt pnly delaji. 
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(Contlaaed fnmi Page Five) 

BAYLAKE MRTHODIfiT 
CAItOLI.NG .SCHKOILK .HKT 

Tuesday. Dec. 22. the Adult Fel- 
lowship of the church will meet at 
the cnurch at 7:30 p.m. to go 
Christmas Caroling using a bus. 

Following the caroimg tne group 
will return to the recreation room 
of the church for folk dancing 
and refreshments. 



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Wednesday night, Dec. 23, the 
Methodist Youth Fellowship wUl 
go Christmas caroling. 

Sunday, Dec. 27 will be "Student 
Recognition Day" at the church. 
Oollege students from the congre- 
gation are Lenny Jones, VPI; Vlr^ 
glnia Malles, Longwood; Dlanie 
^kes, Madison; Roger Bednarick, 
Elon College. From William and 
Mary College In Norfolk are Hal 
Prentiss. Roger Wright, Jerry Drye, 
Edith Graves and BiUie Mays. 

The Woman's Society of Chris- 
tian Service will hold a breakfast 
in n«»or of the students at the 
home of Mrs. C. T. Simpson. 

The students will take part in 
the 11 ».m. worship service. 

rflAPIiAIS TO NPI'^AK AT 
^UXfi P.^HK CUVUCH 

U. Cmdr. Kurt Wohlert. Ch.C, 
II8M, will be gttest speaker at the 
1 1 |.m. worsbil) iwrvlce on Sunday, 
Dec. 27 at Ocean Park Community 
Church. 



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SNOW WHITi LAUNDRY 

Laundry and dry cleaning at It's beat 
"Beautltoiw" Dry Cleaning 

We Call for and deliver 

17th It Mediterranean Ave. 
GA 8-5831 



MACHINE SHOP 



ELECTRICAL 



BEACH ELECTRIC SERVICE 
Electrical Wiring 



bULKHtAUiNG 




PRINCESS ANNE MARINE 
4 BULKHIA0IN6, Inc. 

Bulkheads, Piledriving, 
Fieri and Dredging 

Great Neck Rd. & Shore Dr. 



Genaal Elcctricri Rcralrtat 
GA 8.9100-Nite GA 8-5886 



FLOYD T. D^MtY CO. 
WaJOim -» B acMe -y Aoatyiaaa 

FortaUa Ei|iilpan«« 

Utkin Road at HiHiop 
GA 8-2841 



'IMNTINC tNG'K'i/ NG 



\fimmyk beacn 

STATIONiRY SUFlir 

Photo Offset |>i(ntfa4' 
Eograviag, (Mfice fop^as 

Fridley BMg. — 2202 AtlaiMlc Am 

GA 8.4282 ~ Va. BeJMh 



'Sp/VING /MACHINES 



SlKlCfR SEWING MACI^INii 

Hot s-weiy S»*;>ig Naed— It's Singai 
to'i Uvi v^ry bo^t in Sewing it's ^QfM 
Parts ai^ SerVk^i Always dt 8ka§i 

finger Sewing Machine Ctt. 

OA 8-6781 



9 nUMBiNG i HEATING 



ADANtt IROS. 
RLUM8MG CCiiP. 

"»erHa| Vit0m iairt since m^' 
Plumbing (^ Heatings 

R^>^ serviQt «)d supplies 
warm air duct heating 

Chrysler Air Conditioning 

WE SI-RVICE WHAT WE SEiL 

416-17th Street-GA 8-6731 
Virginia Beach 



REAL ESTATt 



FEED & HAR[i/.Ai' 



TeL HO 4-1091-GA 8-7778 



D. F. MASON 

Crane and Dozier Work 

Waterfront Dredging 

Manh Woifc a ^ac^y 
nias aN BULKBEAl^ 

GA 8.4459-Night Kl 5.0589 



CEMETERIES 



PrIncMS Anne Armorial Park 

For the Eternal Care of 

your loved ones 

Non-S^tarian -»■ Perpetual 

Care Most Liberal Terms 

2 MOm from Va. BmcH BM. 
on Great Nedc Itoad. 

, GA 8-6027 

If no answer call GA 8-5920 



l^na Feed & Hildwere Co. 

Seed and Garden Supplies 

Tool Rentals 
GA 8-1351 - Oceana, Va. 



FENC'cS 



CHAMPION FENCES, Inc. 

Chain Link-Wood-Aluminum 

Storm Windows ~ Awnings 

5778 Virginia Beach Bhrd. 

Tel. UL 3-1591 



FUEL OILS 



C OAl & ICF 



^%^a Beadi Iw Delivery 

For all your needs In 

KE and ^AL 

Call GA 8-3792 

9th StoM <» V«, iMdi 



Princess Anne Filil Oil Co. 

V 

Texaco Heating Oils 

Automatic Delivery 

GA 8.1555-Oceana, Va. 



London Bridge 
MACHINE « WaOING CO. 

Elwtric— Acetylene Welding 
Ornamental iron Railings 

London Bridge - GA 8a2361 



MOVERS STORAGE 



ANCHOR REALTY 

Jeanne S. Rice, Realtor 

IS Salea ipat^le — Conrtcoiu Servkc 

PhenoGA 8-7421 

Day or Evening 

26lh i NaMi Ave. 




ADMIRAL 
Storage^ Tranter Corp. 

Agents tor Engel BfcAhers. Inc. 
Coast to Coast Traotfer 

Local and long distajtce Moving, 
packit^, Crating. 

Storage In modern fireproof 
warehoiuQ 

GA 8-9361 

18th A BalUc Ave. — Va. Beaefa 

Members: Hampton Roads Movers' 
and Warehousemen's Association 



ROY iMOGS 

Specializing \h Princess Artne 
County Property 

PhoMBs GA 8-5372 
Nito GA 8-9214 



LUMSDEN AGENCY 
Virgiiite Beadi 

REALTORS^SALES-RENTALS 

fire. Automobile, HaepitaUattfoa, 
Arcldest loMnoco 

Dial GA 8-1661 



RESTAURS Nib 



VIRQINIA BEACH 

loiis ukmA 

Boats — Outboard^, 

Mercury — Ford 

Fishing Equipment 

GA 8-3475 
24rii & Pacific Ave. 



:f STATION^ 



Texaco Sorvice 

TeMcofwJwc<a 

RomI Service -^ Minor Repairs 
Tirea, Batteries, Acceaaories 

GA 8.1624*Oceana, Va. 

■ II I — 1 — ■ 111 -II I. — .1 I I II II . . I n i \ wm' • mm «m <m m 

HERALD ESSO SBrVICENTBT 

pick-up and Deliver on 

W«^ and Lubrication, jobs 

AtlM Tires and Batteries 

.GA 8-9421 -Oceana, Va.. 






Thon^iion'a 

Amoco Servkc 

Aflwco Swvicc aaii fwimsti 
TiraL Batteries. L^t lUeatia 
/ Wteckar Sarviia 

Mlkop - GA 8-9585 





H Unique Oifts 
9 Dnorative 
Acc^sories 



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# Active Sportbifc'ear 
3306 



ATI^NTIC AVENUE 
GAnlen 8-4692 



OCEANA GIFT MART 

Adjoining Oceana Drugs 

ttdlmark Ctrds, "fhe very best" 
fce our Gifls, that arc Jifferent 



NURSERIES 



DaHAVB4 NURSBtY 

A^eaa — CaneWu — Stett$ 

Charm Spot -of Tidewater 

3 rnOcs nortii of Va. BeMh Blvd. 

at Chinese Comer 

BAYSIDE 

Tel. HO 4^g«l — hiX 5.818« 



OPTICIANS 



a»k yom Eye Ajrakte ai>out Inmytoi't 



CHAKCOAL ROOM 

Specializing in 
BROILED FOOD 

28th and Atlantic Ave. 
Phone GA 8-6701 




£1 

OPTiCIAMS 



18*3 Adauie Avaa 
Vhfiria Bcfch 
Beroard H. McNamara. mgr. 
OAnln Mtsa 



PEST CONTROL 



[ to. - Ip t MPgglBBhw 



ALDRIDGE B CHAMBERS, Inc. 

Eirterminatort 

Phone GA 8-1931 



Ciola's Italian Restaurant 

Complete 

Americaa and Italian Cndsioe 

It's the Srace tliat Couni* 

Call GA 8-9601 
Route 58 ay Oce ana, Va. 

LUNG FUNG RES1AURAN1 

twa Laritin Bd., V«. Bewb. Va. 

Acroes from <fOll Bancb Motel 

SBRVI.NG BEST 

CHINESE AND AMEHiCAN FOOD 

ORDERS TO TAKE OUT 

ObU QAtM»a 

WaVCm POOM for ratVATB PAkTIU 

Free Parkiag 



Duckle Lk^d's TiMcaco 

Pick up and Delivmy 
Service 

Pexaco Prodttfts — VipvAooe Turn 

ai^ ani ^Kifk Ave. 

Tel. GA 8-6321 




TiRES 




'»y 



SALES & SERVICE 

Rt. 58 at Oceana, Vi. 

GA 8-5023 

401 - 3lst*$t. at Va. Beach 

GA 8-7914 

> \ic M.uJi's Smallest Fir»tODe Oeaki 



U, HOLSTERING 



Charlie's Seafood R^Miurairt 

STEAKS ~ CHICKEN 

ALASKA KING CJIAB 

Private Dlniiig Roqmi Im Ah^ 

Shore Drive 
Near Lynnhaven InM 



PARAMOUNT RESTJUIRAN1 
IWMAHanticAve. 

Servuf: Junior Chancier, UOm mtt 
Civitan CM» 

Fw fu^ Rceirfatfoya 

C«N GA 8*1 Ml 



HILLTOP UPHOLSTERING CO 

Furattaire Upholstering 
Aato Upholstering 

laskin Road at Hilltop. 
W. C. Yow, Prop.-G A 8- 1 797 



USED CAR PARTS 



DAM NECK AUTO PA^ 

C«B|Me itoc of ^bed Airto ftNft 

CtHiithouse lUttd, 3^ n^M 
SoiiA itf (^ana 




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Undpci Bridg*, Virginia 
D«€ember 25, 1959 

mtZ TV artd MmtZ AJ^PLIANCE CO. extend to all the 
iOfAmuiMly and their many friends and satisfied customers, their 
apprecklion and best wishes for a spiritually peaceful Christmas 
mri Hippy New Year. 

Sinc«r«ly 



NOTES FROM TOUH 

C0IJWTY AGENT 

•y 1. R. "DtCK" COCKKaL, M. 
tmtm to Youn coumv AC^nr 

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Dootor: "Tljal paJn In your leg 
Is rauflpd by oW age." 

nrandpa: "Ni^aenin*. Th* oth<>p 
leg in the i«amtt age and U doeant 
hurt a Wt." 



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HRRD ( kCRTIFlVATMIN SHOWA 
fO% IXCRRANK IN ItM 

A toUl of 27348 acrN of certi- 
fied crops were inHp«<3led for tbe 
Virginia Crop Improvement Assn. 
this year. This compares to 22,916 
acres last year — an increase of 
over 20%. 

There were 1371 acres grown for 
certification in Princess Anne 
County. ThlK Indlratea thAt an in- 
creasing number of farmern arv 
using certified seed In their attempt 
to obtain maximum yleld«. * 

Soybeans led ail crops fn acre.- 
age Inspected with 7733 acres. The 
•mall grain*— wheat, oats, barley 
and rye — accounted for 1M85 acres. 
A total of 71 varieties of flM vart- 
ous crops were inspected and 
pa«i<ed. 

Every crop under the certifica- 
tion program Inoreatted in acreage 
i&xcept hybrid com which decrea.<«?d 
almost 10%. Thlrt decrease was, in 
part, caused by the increased use of 
commercially developed. Oon-certl- 
fled varieties now being recom- 
mended in Virginia. 

Essex County led in acre«ge of 
certified seed, having 3893 acres 
inspected. There were 13 other 
counties with over 400 acres liv 
spected. In ail. 68 of Virginia's W 
agricultural counties contained 
some certified acreage. 



Virginia Beach Stationery Co. 



2202 ATkANTtG AVE. 



GA 8-4282 



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A SAFE CHRISTMAS TREE 

Eighty to ninety persons may 
die from Christmas tree fine during 
the holiday season, according td 
the National Safety Council. An 
untold number of p/rsons may be 
Injured or made homeless. A Christ- 
mas tree ill a serious fire baxard 
unless proper care Is taken. 

Here are some ideas for keeping 
families and homes safe for the 
holidays by having a safr Christ^ 
mas tree. 

Step one— Select a fresh, gfeen 
tree. Such a tree will not readily 
burn. Don't buy a tree If the needle* 
are turning brown. Jt has already 
drle<l out too much. 

Step two— Keep the trea. frenh 
and green. Cut the butt of the tree 
at an angle about one inch above 
the orlgiiWiI cut and place th# tr«! 
in water! ThiH angled cut gives a 






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fresh surface for the tree to take 
up water. A saw wiU make a better 
water absoft>lng cut than a ^pooth 
axe cut. 

Stoi^ the tree la a oool shady 
place until it is ready for use. If 
possible sprinkle Uie branches 
daily with water. 

When the tree is put in the 
house, place it in a water-filled 
holder. Remember to water the tree. 
It may use as much as a quart of 
water a day. 

The tree should not be near a 
stove, radiator, TV set or any other 
source of heat 

Step three — Use safe decoration^ 
and lights. Never use candles or 
Open name on or near the tree. 
Check Clirlstmas tree lights for 
wp>rn and frayed wires that could 
•tart a fire. The electrical outlet 
for plugging in tree lighU should 
be away from the tree so the lights 
can be easily disconnected in an 
cmefgency. 

•Don't use decorations iha* will 
burn. Don't let a foil Icicle short 
a light Hecket or i^place a burned 
out bulb. 

Be careful that the electrical 
circuits of the house are not over- 
loaded. If a fuse bums out. find 
the cause before replacing the fuse. 

Dont leave the house with the 
tree li^ts burning. ' 

Don't operate an electric train 
under the Christmas tree. A fallen 
ornament may short the track ahd 
start a fire. , 

A bucket of water may be kept 
near when the tree Is In the house, 
in case of fire unplug-the lights and 
use the water. 

Don't keep a tree too long. Even 
a carefully watered tree will dry 
out in a short time. 

Here are the three most import- 
ant steps again. 

J. Get a fresh, green tree. 

2. Keep the tree green by. water- 
ing It 

3. Use safe electrical fixtures 
and decorations. { 

A shell-shaped, fresh, green tree 
makes a beautiful Christmas tree, j 
For safety and for beauty keep a I 
green tree in your home this 
Christmas. 



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SpeciaCMnyfBs 

at this Holy Season 

5 you've seen the faces of Children at Christmas, you've 
Men the Face of Christmas iri its truest form. The eagerness, 
^breathless anticipation, the hushed reverence shows us 
Ifa6» leal meaning of the Holiest of Seasons. Perhaps this ig . 
^ihy Christmas has such extra meaning for us all. Once again 
V» see *e world bounded with the spirit of Good Will filled 
trtfti unforgettable memories. We extend our sincere thanks 
lor your past friendship, and a wish for a most memorable 
CSbristmos. 

Panb of l^ttgtnta IBeacii 

PRINCES ANNE COUNTY'S HOW^ - OWNED BANK" 
Mtm bt i FeckMral Deposit Insurance Corperalion 

Wmsmt MONHAV fMRU r^tbAY • » aa le l fm-'Wn. BVBNINC^ - « |« to 7 fa 

ClX^ffn SATURI) A Vt* ' 

MAIN OmOt end BANK BY AUTO SERVICE-PACIFIC and 31st STRKT 

BRANCH BANK - ATLANTIC and 18th STREET 

aM<H BANK - NAVAL AlR STATION, OCEANA 



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flOYBBAN PRK K PROHPHnTS 
ARK IMPROVINO 

Crop is 40 million bu. under IftM 
while carry-over supplies are only 
50 million bu. And demand Is up. 
In this country .3 to 5% more live- 
stock win be licking up extra 
pounds of meal. In Europe severe 
drought has bolstered the need for 
U.S.-pro<luced beans. The 1950 crop 
Is only 528 million bu. We could 
use an export up to 5»0 million by 
next fall. This wmild wi{>e out the 
crop plus our 50 million bu. carry- 
over l^m 1958 leading to high 
pnice-s next .summer and iw> carry- 
over to compel** with the 1900 

Umfm, PRinw hkrn 

tHMt LIVHiTOaC 

"Th* party hay be about over for 
livestock producers. 

Agricultural economists at VPI, 
sizing up the inunedlate past, 
.present, and future for livestock, 
point out that producers have ert 
Joyed several years of rather favor- 
able conditions -r high prices, 
abundant and relatively cheap feed 
grains, and good pasture and range 
conditions. Many of the things en- 
couraging the "good times" are 
still present but should offer ^ess 
encouragement for the year ahead. 
In fact, the ecojiomists say, other 
eondltions may bring severe price 
decMnes In the next few years. 
Over'expansion Is a threat facing 
the livestoclt industry. 

Hog producers experienced 
severe price declines during 1959. 
The coming year offers little 
chance for Improvement. Prices 
during the first quarter of 1960 
will likely average $2 to $3 below 
the $lti.45 Virginia boge price for 
the same period of 1959. The late 
fall of I960 may see severely de- 
pressed prices. A substantial Im- 
provement in prices should be 
underway by mld-19til. 

Cattle producers are also faced 
with declining prospects In a year 
or so if the present rate of expan- 
sion conttotues. During 19Q0, the 
eatUe marketings will titcrease 
and prices will show moderate de- 
clines. This may reduce the rate 
of expansion and thereby reduce 
the slM of price drops In the years 
ahead. In 1960 fed cattle prices are 
expected to average $2 to $3 below 
19S0 levels, and the spreads be- 
tween fed and non-fed cattle prob- 
ably will increase as more non-fed 
cattle come to market. 

Profits from fed cattle should be 
about the same during the first 
' three quarters of I960 as they were 
i In 1^ because more feeders paid 
■ less for feeder calves and will lower 
leed «oM during the coming feed- 
ing year. Profits will probably be 
tower than IS-IO. Feeder calf prices 
may be $2 lower next fall than 
they were during the fall of 1959. 

Lamb prices in 1960 will drop 
d^Uy. Marketings are expected 
to be spread out fnore than usual 
over the feeding season because of 
^^f-than-normal lambs coming 
«ff of some western ranges. 1%« 
result .should be a more even price 
throughout the feeding pertod 
making market timing less critical. 

Prices of earlv 1960 lambs are 
expcaed tof be stror^r than for 
kte rammer laniba. 

With the wool toctntlve jwogram 

hi effeet. KturiM ttpm wo^ c«i 

be enected to be abtmt the same 

ipaHHii? iQ 19w as in 1^9. ^roA^ fnao 



sheep enterprise will, tiierefore, b^ 
either about* the same m in 19^, 
Or lower, depending upcm whether 
early or IMe lamiM* are produeed. 

RWRH NKRf) HPKTIAL 
ATTKNTIO!« AT LAMBIMG 

The pre-lambing season .can have 
a lot to do with the suc<mm of this 
year's lamb crop, says Oaocfe A. 
Allen Jr., associate animal bus- 
tMindman at VPI. t 

With the lambii^; season under- 
way In some areas of Virginia 
and not far off In others, he has 
some timely advl(« fw slieep pro- 
ducers. 

Kwes exposed to coW freezing 
rains or had weather may have 
weak or dead lambs. Avoid thlx 
by giving ewes Bhelter, and be sure 
they go In the barn or shed In bad 
weather. Be sure there are no nar- 
row gates or doors that the sheep I 
can crowd through, and that they 
don't cross sills or ditches. Such 
stresses Will certainly cause lamb- 
ing trouble. 

Keep the rams away from the 
flock. Winter the nuns on legume 
hay with no grain, and he'll live 
lot^r and pt in better JMreedlng 
condition next year. , 

Be sure that ewes have access 
to fresh water and get some exer- 
cise each day. Also, be sure the 
ewes don't lose weiglit before lamb- 
ing. Ewes that loose weight may 
have lambing paralysis or preg- 
nancy disease, or may not have 
milk when the lambs are born. If 
there is very little gracing avail- 
able, start giving the ewes about 
i to i pound of grain and 2 to .1 
pounds of l^ume hay dally about 
a month loe^ore lambing. Feed more 
when snow is on the gnound. The 
best grain mlxtur^ Is equal parts 
by measure of corn, oats, and wheat 
or wheat bran. If the ew«s receive 
this with legrume hay they won't 
need extra protein before lambing. 

After lambing, the same grain 
mixture is excellent, but increase 
the amount of feed. If you are 
feeding godS quality legume hay, 
add 10 pounds of oil meal per 100 
pounds of grain. If fee<ling poor 
quality hay, add 20 pounds of oil 
meal per 100 poumU of grain. Good 
quality silage can replace part of 
the hay. 

. Get buildings and eqiilpment 
ready for tand>ing. Lambing pen:; 

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Vfrgiiiia Beieh Hardware 

*34-17riiSnEET PHONI OA 1-2331 

WE DELIVER 

HeuMwartt - fMiliit* t^nd vamitKei 

iulMbif Malwialt 
Floor Madiiiiet - Sandort • PoKtlios 

HOL RINT 








May the Peace and Joy of CKristmas be yours ... 
nlay the years be filled wiih ^ f rue spirit of the 
0>ne wh<»e biHli we honor at ^ Season. 



ROSE'S 5-I0-25C STORE 



309 • 31tf SnVET 



1904 ATUNnC AVE. 



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"SERVING VIRGINIA'S FASTEST GROWING COUNTY" 



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And Mntod UcaRy 16 SenM* 

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VOL. XXXIV. No. 53. 



TELEPHONE GA 8-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER .29, 1959 



CLASSIFI^ ADS PAY 



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Antique Gfin Theft Case 
Being Sent to Grand Jury 



SINGLE COPY: 5c. BY MAIL $3.50 PBI Yl^ 



Two norfolk men charged with 
pt)sHcs8lon (»f stolen property in 
connection with the recovery of 
12 of 33 stolen antl(|ue hand guns 
were ordered held for grand Jury 
action in City Court Monday. 

The men. Richard Edward Wey, 
23, of the 1000 block of West 43rd 
St.. and Claude L. Etherldge. 40, 
of the 2200 block of MontcMir Ave., 
were placed under $l.000 bond. 
Both defendants pleaded not guilty. 

The gu ns were stolen Sept. 13 

Oceana CO 




(aliftve) in the new c«>mK«iidiBg 
ofinenr ef the Ocnma Naval Air 
ittattoa, Capt. Lalu^r rernitlr re- 
placed r^tpt. 8, G. Koarml, who 
retire*! from tke Wavy. 



Bay ^re Club 
Holds Annual 
Christmas Party 

The annual Chriatmas party for 
the memberii of the Bay ^»>re Gar- 
den Club of Virginia Beach was 
held on Dec. 18 at the home of 
urn. Carl Hall on Nerth Bay Shom 
Drive. Mrs. J. H. Van Loon was 
lo-hoste.ss for the holiday tea. 

Tlie hniMe was beautifully deco- 
n^(l by (h« member* with cpedal 
empt»i<i3 on candle light ocin||«isi- 
tion and Christmas carol SttOingB- 
ments. The front door was trim- 
med wtth large red satin ribbon 
and a .spray of gtmaa by Mrs. Carl 
Hall who was awftfdied a red ribbon 
for her decoration. 

The staircase at the entirafiee of 
the house was decora^ lit Aping 
of greens wltiN^ miniature Christ- 
tfOm bulbs thiw^hout and ending 
wlHi large ret aatin bows at the 
posts of the stains. Mr». R. V. 
Peabody received a blue ribbon 
for her decoration. The mantel in 
the living room wag arran^td by 
Mrs. E. W. R^el and was striking- 
ly done with gold sprayed mag- 
nolia leaves, red Christmas bulh« 
and red tapers. A red ribbon was 
awarded for the mantel decoration. 
The tea table wa« done with a 
long, low arrangement ; of Alba 
Plana camellias, white candles end 
.spruce: This was done by Mrs. 
J. H. Van Loon and Mrs. H. E. 
Ritter who received a blue ribbon 
for their creation. Other arrange- 
ments throughout the house were 
as follows: ' 

Mrs. L. H. Burton— Angel ar- 
rangement with gold magnolia 
leaves. Red ribbon. 

Mrs. E. W. Creekmor»-MDandle 
arrangement of gold anA white 
with holly. Red ribbon. 

Mrs. C. G. Baughman — Buffet 
arrangement of Empress Camellias 
with cedar and holly. Blue rlbboa. 
and a special project which fea- 
tured a Christmas tree made of 
sea oats sprayed wtiite with tiny 
sea shells painted in pastel shades. 
This also merited a bli» rlbbon. 

Mra. John Matthews — A Christ- 
mas <3irol arrangement beautiful la 
Its .simplicity using the NaUvlty 
scene, green magnolia leaves and 
pine sprav.s. Blue rfblioo. 

Mrs. Carl Hall— Candle an^M^e- 
ment using large candle, holly, 
candy canes and ruby red appiai. 
Red ribbon. 

Mrs. John Matthei«. the chib 
present, presided at the tea table 
and led the members In ringing 
carols and exehangllig boIUbqp gifta. 
t1>e next raeeUng of ttie elub will 
take pUce at the hwne of Mra. 
George Kressler. Sor^ Bf Shore 
and Abington Road, om WeAMMday, 
Jan. 37 at 10 



ftYin»-the home of Jamfa h. Bennett 
of the 100 I (lock of Laurel Lane, 
Linkhorn Park. 

Wey, a taxi driver, testified he 
took Etherldge to a secludeti 
woo<le<l area In Princess Anne 
County where the latter dug up a 
box containing 10 of the guns. He 
said Etherldge gave him 10 of the 
weapons and asked him to keep 
them. 

"When I realised they were prob- 
ably stolen, I had my mother call 
Mr. Bennett and tell him he could 
have the guns If he would come to 
my house and identify them." Wey 
stated. He said he "didn't think it 
unusual that Etherldge would dig 
up a box of guns" In answer to 
questioning by Assitttant Common- 
weaUh*.s Attorney. J. Peter Holland 
III. "Etherldge often dug up things 
and brought tlu'm home." Wey 
said. 

Detective Sgt. W. W. B. Davis 
said that after qu«(tioning Wey, 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk police 
secured a search warrant and went 
to the home of EtlMridge where 
they found him sleeping on two of 
the missing guns. 

The value of the recovered guns 
was placed at about $1,600. The 
value of the 33 stolen guns was 
a»x)ut $4,000, Bennett said. 



Lions Club Donates Safety Patrol Uniforms 




Movement Underway to Legalize CoclttM 
Lounges in State; Hatchett Endorses litoi 



A Portsmouth liank(*r, who ro- present Alcoholic Beverage Contfol 
tires January 1st. Is heading a I laws. The citizen's commKtee is 
drive that Is expected to fweome called the "IWIO New 6eal tor VIr- 



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Atlanta, Ga.— Lamb in the South 
and Midwest is- becoming Increas- 
i"?'.v popular. During the past few 
years, lamb consumption has steadi- 
ly Increase*!. Modem methods of 
refrigeration and distribution have 
made lamb available 'year rouml 
in.stead of the seasonal meat it once 
was. Lamb production in ttie South 
has Increased the availabUlllty of 
"locally produced" meat. And Amer- 
ica's great population shifts have 
brought "lamb eaters" into South- 
ern artd Midwestern states helping 
to popularize this fine mAt. 

Lamb, like beef and veal, has 
been a Federally Inspected and 
graded meat Homeraakers have 
learned to look for these slgna to 
assure wholesomeness and quality. 

Secretary of Agriculture Benson 
has announced banning January 
4,' imo. Federal grading of lamb 
will be suspended for 1 year. 

The suspension of taotb grading 
*ould not be confused with manda- 
tory meat Inspection which provid- 
es inspection <rf sanitation and 
wholesometwss. The meat inspec- 
tion progi-am Is a separate activity 
and is not being changed. 

Colonial Stores announces they 
are assuming the responsibility for 
buying top quality lamb so custmn- 
ers may be guaranteed a continua- 
tion of the finest choice lamb avail- 
able. Just as in the past under 
Government grading. The food 
chain announces they have set up 
their own buying standards equal 
to or better than those forrnerly 
designated US Choice Lamb. To 
assist homeraakers in buyli^. and 
give them 9 buyli^ guide this mmt 
will be labeled Natur-Tender MkKt- 
ed quality lamb. 

Colonial's meat buyers are men 
of long experience In Judglhg cpn- 
flrmaUon, finish and quality. Lamb 
confirmation asures consumers that 
retail cuts will be shapely, have 
full muscles and a large percental 
of edible meat to bone. Lamb finish 
refers to quality, color Mtd distribu- 
tion of fat. Lamb qualHy implies a 
well-HMu-bled lean, flm «nJn and 
plnktah to red cotor. 

Lamb like all meat is Important 
not only for appetite app^l but 
for Its high quality pnAela, \ron, 
^osporous and B Vitaj^as. 



Virginia B<mch Police Chief Reeves Johnson, left, is shown presenting safety patrol unifcmns 
to one of the school patrol units recently. The presentation is a part of tl^: safe^' prt^^m of the 
Virginia Beach Lions Club. Chief Johnson heads the safety committee of the local club. 



Snpenrisors Suggest Highway Department Control 
Waterways and Finance Witii Boating Taxes 



The County Board of Supervisors 
Monday sugi;ested the State'Hlgh- 
wav Department take control of 
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state-wide In a move to make cock 
tail lounges lef^l In Virginia. 

The retiring banker Is Frank D. 
Lawrence, who is retiring as presi- 
dent of the American Natlonjil 
Rank. He announced that he has 
l>een urged to head a committee to 
spearhead a drive for such legis- 
lation that would liberalise the 



glnia 

"We expect to have thousands of 
t)eople in this movement." Law- 
i-ence said. He said that at present 
there are 25 people from the 
Norfolk-Portsmoirth-Virglnia Beach 
area forming a nucleus in ^he drive. 

Virginia Beach City Manager W, 
Russell Hatchett endorwd th« idMi 



taxes. 

Two resolutions directed to the 
General Assembly urged amend- 



nf constructing and maintaining 
waterwavK nut under federnl Jurls- 

he p 
partment be renamed anft its faric 
tions changed as follows: 
"The Virginia State Highway 



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State's Top Retailer of Year 
Being Named liy As^oeiation 



RreCaRs 

Dec 15, 12:« p.m. — Locked out 
of hou». 24tii aiul Arctic Ave. 

Dec. 15. 732 p.m.->Electric stove. 
201 Cardinal Rd. 

I>ec. 16. 1127 «.m. — Woods, 
13th and Cypnm. 

Dec. Ifi, 3:« p.ra. — AutonK^lle. 
41! I6th St 

Dec. 17, 930 a.m. — Sii^» in 
apartment. 9Mi ai»l Aretle Ave. 

Dec. 18, 12:10 pan. — Lodced out 
of house, 416 Laiontood Ctrcte. 

Dec. 19, 1^ $m^ ~ Sot wire. 
31st and Attaatic Ave. 

Dec. 19, 138 pjiL~mm^ AM 
iTtfcSt. 

Dae. », 1^ pMu-UHtutA oitt 



The Virginia RKali Merchants 
As.soclatlon announcpd yAiterdav 
that It will present for flie first 
time a program to select the .state's 
outstaiuiing retailer for the year. 
The pn^^m Is called the "Retailer 
of the Year Award." 

It #111 be the first Ittane such an 
award has been given in the re- 
tailing Industry In Virginia. 

The state's top retailer will be 
selected by five Judges from nomi- 
nations by retailers, wholesalers, 
civic cluhs. (^ut«h organizations, 
businen easociatioos ahdchamtwrs 

JOY FUND 
DONATIONS 

Balance Forward $1,078.00 

Trayler's Optical Co 10.00 

Golden Dragon Restaurant 5.00 

L. L. Clark 25.00 

Gulf Stream Hotel Manage- 
ment Corp. T/A Gulf 

Stream Hotel 5.00 

Worth Petty 5.00 

Admiral Storage & 

Transfer Corp 10.00 

Almyra E. McClanan 5.00 

Emma A. Reed 5.00 

J. P. Sadler 50.00 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. 

Woodhouse. Jr lOiJO 

Alice S. Myers 5.OO 

Pine Tree Inn lO.BO 

Gatewood Construction 

Corp 12.00 

Attack Squadron 43 of 

NAS Oceana leSM 
In Mem^ of W. C^rrett 

Smith ... . ! ... 10.00 

Mt Otiw Baptist C3iurch 23.00 
Norfolk Coca-Cola Bottling 

Works, Inc 15.00 

Manson's . . lO.OO 

Mrs. W. H. Kitchin. Jr. ... 10.00 
W. W. Johnson & Son 

Insurance Agency, Inc... SJOb 

Ludlle H Huffakw 54» 

Donald £. Hood ^00 

David H. Clark BOjOO 

Colonial Stores .... .\ ... . Jl|.00 

Elizabeth C. Hlx ^00 

Preston F. Hbt io.oo 

Robert G. Barr 10.00 

UJi.-F.A.D.T.C. Dam Neck 15.00 
Joyland WWUng Well 

OonnaMgn Center .... ]0.9i 

In llenMry of Bip . . 4. . . . ,• 5jOO 

Anonymous . 2.00 
Bav Cokaiv Christmafc 

Tree IMM^ M| 

A. A. of Virginia Beach . . lOJ 

Mr and Mrs. A. B. Crews . . 5.00 

A Friend , .... 2.00 

Denise aM Jutfy Beartiy . . S4I0 
Mrs. McfOasn^s Booin M 

CodkumuxA 2.00 



ments to existing laws as a mean.'< and Waterwayn Department, with 

jurisdiction fitr construction and 

inainten:incc of the rivers und 

4i»^«>«^l .yi'^iiiM".^ wb«»-.s«(*t 

juHadkHkirt i^ not in ««ilffW' 

the jk>W'«>rs ve.sted In tlie U, S. 
Army Corps of Knglneers for .such 
purposeK." 

The other resolution askefl the 
Legislature to repeal a law re- 
funding state ga.sollne taxes to 
operatoi's of boat^ used j^ pict- 
ure. 

This revenue, the r^tolutton 

proposes, would be put In a re- 
volving Highway ami Waterways 
Department fund for building and 
maintaining waterways. 

The tax of 6 cents a gallon Is 
refunded on sales of six or more 
gallons. 

The resolutions were introduced 
by Supervisor James narden and 
seconded by Supervisor Carroll 
G. Clough, They were suggested 
to the board by its executtys <«©• 
retary. Richard Welrfjon. 

Wei (lion was unable to estlmMs 
the amount of possible revenue 
ol>tainal>le by the cancellation of 
the tax refund. He said, however, 
that only pleasure boat owners 
henefit from the refunds. 

The money might l)e used in 
r'rincess .^nne County for .such 
projects as drainage of waterways 
too small for the Army Engineers. 
maintenance of some shore lines, 
and for marking channels In cer- 
tain Inland waterways. 

Recently residents In the Lynn- 
haven Bay area asked for buoy 
markers. Money for the markers 
was not available because the 
waterwtv Is not under federal 
jurisdiction. 

Webbon sugg^ted the revenue 
might help the future developntent 
of Rudee Inlet at the south end 
of Virginia Beach, fi 

It has be<'n suggiested the Inlet 
ho turned into a marina serving 
ofean-'fDing pleasure fiahing craft. 



Subdivision Streets Big Concern 
Of County Board of Supervisors 

mlik insppptlon system but to allow 
the General Assfttibly to decide 
how liest to hanAfe the que-stion. 
This the board a'greed to do. 

Sunday Sale 
Policy Hit 
By Retailers 

By CABROIiL B. WILLIAMS 

(The BaMnore ifan) 
The growing trend toward seven- 
day operntloB of numerous con- 
sumer go(xls outlets brought forth 
statements recently by two major 
retailing trade aiKoctetlons, vff^g 
retallifrrH to tvmaliv elo««d m wv 



of commerce. 

Chairman of the five-man selec- 
tion board ls> Dr. Peter Mellette, 
ej^ecutlve director of the National 
Conference of Christians and Jews, 
Other members are H. V. LIndsey, 
executive vice-president of the First 
National Ffank of RIchlands and 
president, of the Vii^inla Bankers 
Association; ErwIn H. Wlli. chair- 
man of the hoard of Virginia Elec- 
tric and Power Company and pres- 
ident of the Vlixinia StAte Chaml)er 
of Commerce; Thomas P. Chisman. 
president and general manager of 
Hampton radio, and Television sta- 
tion WVEC and president of the 
Virginia A.ssociatlon of Rmadrast- 
tam, and Walter a INHter. publisher 
of the Culpeper Star-sstoonent and 
president of tiH Virginia P^s 
Association. •, 

Nominations, which will be ac- 
cepted through Anril 1. will be 
judged on the retailers' leaders1?lp 
In the community and industry: his 
developing and preserving good in- 
dustry-wlde relations; his arcnm- 
plishmehts and efforts In raising 
the standards of retailing; and his 
merchandtslng technique. 

The retailer of 1959 will be select- 
ed imm nearly .11.000 retail busi- 
nesses In Virginia and named at 
the Virginia fU'tail Merchants As- 
sociation's 54th" annual ronyvnffnn 
Msv 23 at Norfolk. He will r«*Ive 
a large sterling silver howl to be 
retained for a vearand also a minia- 
ture for oermanent possession. The 
bowl-wlll be nresented In conjunc- 
tion with Williams tc Red. Inc.. a 
■#k?hmond wholesaler. 



Possible county action against the 
State Highway Department as a 
way out of an Impasse over sub- 
division streets was discuwied Mon 
tlay at a Princess Anne County 
Board of Supervisors meeting. 

The state has declined to accept 
roads in the Wolfsnare Plantation 
Rulutlvision Into the stSte system 
beeau.se payment for them has not 
bei'n completed, RlchSrd J. Web- 
bon, Ijoaid secretary said. Residents 
of the area have protaMed. 

"The people may force us to 
take action against the Highway 
Department," Lynnhaven Super- 
vi.sor James Darden told C. W. 
TaVlor, assistant resirlent engineer. 
I "You ar« putting the highway 




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T4i^l Minister 
Selected to Tdce 
Ptot In Iffission 

The Rev. Arthur Parke Roarh, 
minister of the Community Meth- 
odist Church, has been selected as 
one of ten American clergymen to 
oartlclnat* In a nrearhino- mission 
to he conducted In Conllff, Wales. 
under the dlr<»ctlon of th«> General 
Board of Evanvsllsm of the Meth- 
odlst Church In co.op(>ratlon with 
the British Methodist Church. 

Mr. mmch will leave New York 
by i^ne on Jbnuarv 5 and flv to 
Loi^km then entrain to Cardiff. 
where he will remain until Janu- 
«X K biMni returning home to 



.$l.ns.70'hla iMHiA, 



No action was taken otl KM Street 
problem. It will be discussed fur- 
ther. 

The State Highway Hepartment 
is surveying a section of Route 629 
near Sandbrldge as the possible 
location of a concrete bH^gB, Tay- 
lor said. Final decision will be made 
In HIchmond. 

The bridge; If built. Will replace 
a culvert (^ystem wliicii is admitted- 
ly Inadequate to ^Ileye fkKHfing 
north of Route aaft. = 

In other action, the hoard ^ard 
discussions of the seWage prob- 
lem on Courthouse Hill and the 
question • of milk Inspection. No 
action was tak«n m either prob* 
lem. 

Farmers appearing bftfore the 
tward aHked the board to take no 
action on a prop(»e«l unilorm Slate 

Son. Roliortson 
To Run in liH 

Virginia's Junior United States 
senAtor, A. WllUs Robertson (D). 
says he'll run for a third full term 
in the Senate In 1960. 

Robertson told radio station 
WRVA in an interview here yester- 
day that he's not campaigning yet 
"but I intend to be a candidate 
for re-electton." 

Robertson has been in the Sen- 
ate since 1946, when he was elected 
to complete the unexpired term <rf 
the late Sen. Carter Glass (D). He 
won full terms in 1948 and 1954. 
Before t>ecomlng a senator he had 
been a member of the House for 
14 years. a* 



NiMittMf ftel^lMiliiinii Aasncilh 
th^n, and J. S. Mi^, president of 
the Variety Stores Association, join 
ed in reiterating their organim- 
tions' opposition to Sabbath selling. 

The N.R.M,A. represents more 
than 11.360 depertmei^, specialty 
and chain storei. V.d.A' represents 
more than 9,MP variety stores. 
Members of the two associations 
are scattered through the 50 states. 

Mr. dhW, urtro Is tward chairman 
of Gold ft Co., Lincoln (Neb.) de- 
pitr^enl^ store. empbi>»i>^ ^K 
mp0ovk^^ML»t»lmnwt t»su«tt by 
N.R^,^p(« ^Jg.A. Is*^ year.' TK«t 
statemew r^elved vigoi^us tsupt 
port from'msi^ civic and nrtlgieus 
««|aol«tlons. * ' : ' ;• ^ 

•^rlng the past year," said Mr. 
'0m, '*tM public has ms^ It dear 
In many communities that Sabbath 
selling is particularly onerous. Ws 
feel that the Industry loses more In 
«t«M*i|^^d respect than It gains 
from Sabbath selling practices, and 
It is evident that the public is much 
Inclined to agree with this vleiv." 

Speal^g for Che Variety Stores 
Assoclatlbn, Mr. Mack asserted that 
"no commercial activity which 
tends 'to destroy the character of 
Sunday observahdS' can be Justified 
as a service to cui^mers. 

'The considerations which cen- 
turies a^ led t« setting Sunday 
apart have not changed. Everyone 
needs one day each week for spiri- 
tual and mental replenishment and 
development, for family ^njoyment 
and for physical rest and relaxa- 
tion." . 

The NRU.A. statement last year 
read: 

"Most Americans, churchgoers or 
not, regard Sunday as a traditional 
day of rest and relaxation. AltlMtigb 

(Coaitaaed om INire fasa>> 





The horses and horsemen shown above may be SMn again next Simday aftenioon in At 
special Great Neck Hunter Day event to be held at the Great Neck stables in London Brid^. 
T|»e first event is scheduted to begin at 2 p.oi. There will be several events on the aft^noOBT 
prc^nim. 



of the committee. He felt It wou|^ 
be good for this area and the state 
as a whole. ^r 

"Virginia is being penalised wl^ 
its present laws and cannot coii^ ^ 
pcM with other states^ panicutar% 
hi this true «« Virginia Beacte and 
other r^K)rt areas trying lo^cont* 
pete with resorts that have 0^ 
tail tounges." Ha^tett stated. Ma 
said tt places Vlri^ia Beach irt an 
unfair position. 
Said Lawrence: 

"We are ail in at^orit «R the (mi 
that some of the afttliiue and moia- 
cox'sred laws of the Slate of Vlk^ 
glnla have to be changed to perm|t 
anything In the State of y\r0tm 
that's not prohtMled In the Stata 
of Maryland or any other state. W4 
have too long been satisfied. witli 
Virginia as the owther of aUtmt, 
the thother of middents and ati» 
fled frith the God>glven gsogmph^ 
cal advantages. Virginia has sat 
Idly by and its economy lias mt- 
fered throufh prohlbltkms dlii$t 
states dont have. It's hl|^ tlrt»« 
now that we did something about 
It." 

As to yte aMthod by which cock 
tall kiunges would be legaltMd 
Lawrence said he was In favor ^ 
such action by ithe General As 
sembly but that he and his group 
would settle for a local npti<Hi law 
If It couh|p't Iw" put through th> 

... oAfeiifcas^itbiy-.e nnnm a i - 
In January. Umptam saM If ha 
and his group don*t aeeiJiiipllsh thf 
cocktail lounge part of ibelr objMs* 
tlves during the 1930 Session. "We 
might as Well foiwet everytblnl 
«lse . . . Virgiiila. tniKud of waking 
up. IS'going te go back to sleep 
and sleep a(|otHer 30 years." 

Lawrence^llpgpied to Identify) 
men so far lamiti wWt him " 
than to say <ley are ""pr 
citizens." He said 1» has nd^ 
asked for permissMi to pt " 
iMujifs. J|le*.did <tty J jneetlni 
be MTh^tiQed M|Mhe 
and 4Mt.a>M|i||Millera.. 
establislwd In InSlMk. 

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CteistnittsDoorwqf 
CminitWnm^s 
Are AnAcHweed 

rm Cornea y Ganien Clubs bar 
selected the wlaners of the Christ- 
mas Doorway Decoration Contest. 
Judj^s anm>uncedthe winners after 
three dajrs of exnaiMtive Judging. 
The doorways vera Vi«w«d'% a 
group ot Judgnr biMh by day and* 
by night Dec. 21 through Dec. 23. 
Mrs. J. W. Field. Council President,- 
awarded the winners tlMlr en- 
graved sliver trophic and ribbons 
on Christmas Eve. 

Mrs,, Peter MiMM^||| Unkhortt 
Fai* w<m the en^^ sUver 
trolly for having the |f(lli,Beaell- 
ful Doorway which earilj^uld ft 
entitled "Christmas Rose Trees?* 
Tied for second place In thfc cate- 
gory were the doorways irf Mr;^' 
L. O. Clark on Crystal Lalfe anjl 
gith St. and Mrs. i^eston «ix at 
Bay Colony. | 

Winning the MosC Original cate- 
gory trophy was Mrs. Lloyd Burtod 
of North Bay Shore Drive. Bay 
Colony, with a whimsical choir of 
Ing reindeers. Mrs. R. E. 
f^ntress of 8002 Atlantic Blvd. took 
second F^i^ with a roof Santa 
Glaus wh^ the Judged lilw to call 
"Pooped »nta." 

The Best Traditional Doorway Is 
the home of Mrs. K. A. Wunderon 
Bobolink Drive In Blrdneck whl^ 
Included the tradiiional greencfy 
of wreath, swag with the eiA-a 
added touch of a small antique 
carriage filled- with gifts. Mm. 
Donald Hood of Abingdon Rd.. Bqr 
Colony, was second In this csMv> 
gory. Honorable mentlon.s wer^ 
Mrs. ^me Preston, Mrs. Joint 
Musick, Mrs. John Aragona, Mr«. 
D. W. Or^nry, .Mrs. Clifford Bai 
man. Mrs. Joe Gotten. Mrs. 
McAllister, Mrs. Aulirey Lane, _ 
James QuInn, Mrs. R.° E. Krl^iss^ 
Mrs. J. W. Fowler and Mrs. D. T» 
Zam. 

All concerned in this year's Ji^h 
Mg were plea.<ieti wtth the renM^H 
able dlveffelty and talent dl^lav ' 
by the residents of Prlne^si Ai 
and Virginia Bi»ch. "A iHnxii. 
bet completely anjoyabie «Mk," ,^ 
marked one Judge. NowUiiOotiiMilP 
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holt} first place oven though they 
lio^t ^hrce polnUi to White Lumb|»r 
la«t Mun(]«.v night. H. L. Bpettchfr 
had a 420 s»ct for the winners 
while J. Swindell bowled 440 for 
Krauss. Western Auto Plyeru ran 
•way from F.O.P. "No. I taking 
three games and total pinfall. 
Wade Morse led Va. Peach No. 1 
to a three point vic|ory ovf r Black- 
watep bowling a new league high 
apt of 464. DavU CQrner fnd 
EmRhae Motors |>Qth (aqk ^re<e 
points from F.aP. No. 2 and C. F. 
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Krausa Const. Co, W ' 

EmKhae Motors 18 

While Lumber Co 16 

F.O.P. No. 1 1ft 

Va. Beach No. 1 141 

F.Clf. Nil- 2 .' > 14 

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c/tfKiSfs-et, ...;..;, 101 

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White Lmbr (3) 
Boettcher 420 
Va. Beach 1 {?) 
B. Morae 
F. ^uiea 5 

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F. Zegan 490 
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Davli Corner (3) 
J. D. Roach 428 



C. Snimons 

B. C^ie 396 
KrauaaConat, <l) 
J. Swindell 440 
BUcfcwJi^er (1) 
A. Uhn^t 903 
M. C<rter m 

C. F. Kadaa it) 
E. 4. Mills i|B 

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F.O.P. 2 <1) 

J. B. BUsa 412 



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F. b. Heath oif White Lumber 

attained a new high |^me for ttie 

league rolling a 219. He alao hotda 



fliyHDiCRilRU BOWL 

l^ Sunday at the Thui) 
QMrl Ihe T-Birda played hort 
Q^nlfi tfeighu team N^ i aiMl 
^'"'^ iKNve in a tweeza wUh f^r 
I'Sk ||r overwhelmliq^ tha visi 
^1 u > J. 1^ , . ..._ f-w^ to' 2498, total pins, fvmpi 

Hteh iniilvWual sets igUh nu^^^L^, ^^ .t an average of «B | 
of jimaa wo» In p^rapepU: wr inroe. the Virginia Be,ch tUw 

"" ~ " " ran tBelr winning stre^ to 14 

poiqts, (ind have emerged ir)p*ortbuR 
m th^ir last five matctupa while 
winning 18 out of a poirible 20 
points. Led hy Kent Shaffer's 5585 
serlea, thf fbunderblrds ahowed 
examplarjr tean| |pi^ In f||at only 
30 j^ aeM^ttA ^h« %1^ And low 
ad^^ Bowlti^ t«am teplilns are 
VMlUy plagMd l^rlt^ 0ie oBe team 
nifmber who h|f an "off day and 
must be 'T»eld ub" by hia team- 
mates. With the Tbundarbirds a 



rqNTcsented Virginia 'B«ich in out 
of town competlon. And If the re- 
duHg to date are any indication, 
this group of keglers are helping 
put our Beach city on tfaa map. in 
^d^tktn |o the tiatciiu in Virginia 
wlft oqita intfrdty ibvallwg l#«: 
g^e teim>f, <th« Thu^erbinilf hfi^ 
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burg, and WaaWigtia, 
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h«vt cautht tht faney <rf the pub^ 
JudgQ^ % the crowda th^t tnrooy 
around their matchfa at the Thun- 
derblrd '||owl. 

The id«p of tonniiU: the team 
was conceived tiy Joe Phelps, mana- 
ger of the TbuB4irbi|;4 Bow), in tha 
Sprtng of 4959. Sl^ial bowlers 
wfne pickfd at i|^d<)m by I.«e 
Araundson to makf t)^ Thvnder- 
bird Caravaa to Detroit. Upfii^ their 
return the g^ng decided tiay had 
had a tremendous time, and wanted 
to remain together as a team. With 
(he official opening of the Thunder- 
bird Bowl In Novembn- of this year, 
the team added two new members 
This Is the only team to have and found they were clicking both I 



fhic team apirit haa prevfiled and 
each man has consistency main- 
tained his average. 



aa a bowling group and socially, men have backed their team all 
After two or three matches thethe way and theresulte are inevld- n 
Tl!undei;|)lrdji rfii^iy hit th<;ir strldeence. The outstanding team splrl^^ 
apd Wa lyah thp hottest outfitcompeUtlvc but sportsmanlike atU- 
on t^ la^« aver sljice. ^y^j^ ^^^j genuine love for bowling 

^d lH»a^% of Coaches Sportinggn^ participation with each other r 
Ckm^. V\rpni» poach, knew sever.j^.^.^ ^.^u^^d more than one oppoa- 
a} members of tna leam personal lying team to comment that "The 
|n4 decldWI (e offer his sponsor- Thundcrblrda seem to enjoy bowl- , 
ehlp. Togethar W^h Joe Phelps. Ing together and get atong better .^ 
these twq Vii^lnla peach buslness-than any team we have ever met" .i 



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2ND MOHTGAOe LOANS 

't,Q00fO '25,000 (!^) 

UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY 

C0DRTE0IJ8 PROFESSH^AL SOSRVICE 

IQUITABIE NORTGACE INVESTMENT CORP. 

NO. I SOUTHERN SHOPPING CENTER 
IN THE FINANCIAL CENTER 

^ JU 7-8826 Op«n Saturdays imfil 1 p.m. 



QUICK DIRECTORY 

JO iiiM.iAiti.i: misiMr:ss PLACES 




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Martin Auto Body Worki 

(7eneral Auto Rfpjilri 

Wrecker Service — 24 Hours 
Glaaa iMtailcd — State Iiivtctiw 

GA 8-459] -NiteGY 7-4^19 

OCEANA, VA. 



IIACIWAY MOTORS 

Compieta Auto Repair 
Auto TrfHsmls^ion 

GA 8.6091 

inh M WaiWuitoii Ave. 



BEAUTY PARLORS 



HAI^IHO IIAUTY SA^ON 
Mrs. Violat McClanan, Prop. 

Spccialiats to Hahr St^Hpf 

4 Operators — Air Condiiioned 
Jaffaiawi H^ aa 19th Sf, 

Dial (iA 1-2611 




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Pmci^tioas CaOad im m4 
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|V B^ VvWna A4|acf «i to BUf. 
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Atlantic Ave. & 17th St. 

VIRGINU llflACH 




DM iA Mlfl 



PRIMTING ENG'RV'NG 




Save Winter, Fuel by having your 
hcMne insulated now 

OA 8-ri01 ~ Ocaana, Va. 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
STATIONIRY SUPPLY 

Photo OfCwt Printing 
Ei^raving, Office Snpj^ic* 



Fridlcy BMg. — 
GA 8-4282 



2292 Athuitic Ave. 

— Va. BaacH 



PLUMBING I HEATING 



SLWiNG MAChli^iE. 



SINGER SEWING MACHINES 



For the vervhest In Sewing it's Sinpsi 



For every Sewing Need— It's Singai 

ryhestln " 
farts afid S^rvlfiiK Always at Sit^ei 

Singer Sewing Machine Co, 

GA 8-6781-200 - 31st St. 



FLECTRICAl 



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(k lU^KHIAPiH^, H, 

|ulkhe#c|5, Pile?Jriwing, 
Piers and Pred^ing 

GMat Neak Rd. A Shore Br. 

TaL HO 4.1091-GA 8*7778 

P^XiSlAION "^ 
Crfne and Pi)||fr W«rk 

Waterfront Dredging 

8-4459-NightKr5.0589 



BEACH ELECTRIC SERVICE 
Ebctrical Wiring 

RcsMential— C«iiHiMfvid-«idiisMai 
GMcral Electricai Rcpiririag 

GA 8-91p0^Nite GA 8-5886 



SNOW WHITE LAjJNDRY 

Laundry i|nd dry cleaning ^t It's liest 
«||fi|^tit«i|i<* I>ry OaiiiUaf 

We; Call for and deliver 

17th i|i, Mediterranean Avf. 
;*"iGA 8^851 



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-UCHINE SHOP 



PLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

Portable Eqaii^mlM 

LfiMn Re#d ft HIIHyp 
GA 8-S841 



ADAMS BROS. 
PLUMBING CORP. 

"Serving V(rpiria Beach since 1914" 

plumbing and Heating • 

Repair service and supplies 

warm air duct heating 

Chrysler Air Conditioning 

WE SERVICE WkAT WE BELL 

416^17^ Stree>>GA 8-6731 
Virginia Beach 




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^ndon Bridge 
MACHINE & WELDING CO. 

Electric^Acetyiene Welding 
6rnamental Irpn Railings 

Lend yi Brldy - ^ A g-^1 



mo & HARDWAkt: 



Oceana Ned & Hardware Co. 

Seed and Garden Sijpplies 
Tool Rentals 

GA 8-1 3S1 - Oceana, Va. 




CHAMPION FENC^, Inc. 

Chain Link-Wood-Aluminum 

Stprm Winciovys - Awnmgs 

5778 Virginif ^each BWd. 

Tel.UL3«1i91 




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PrinMSS Anne IKwi Qil Co. 

Texat^o Heatinp C^j$ 

Automatic Dei^iry 

GA B-ISim^tWIi Vl: 



AOMIIAL 

§ frantfer Corp. 

A^i}s l9f Enpl Bf^^an. inc. 
doait to Coast Transfer 

Local a{^ Ippg c^iiit^ce Moving, 
packing, Crating. 

^r^ge in motlern fiitjnxwf 

GA 8-9361 

iKth & BaltiG Ave. — Va. Beati; 

Members: Hampton l^pafis Movers* 
apd Warehousemen's ^^s^jctatioq 



JeannS 

13 Sales 9c^ ^ Comf^NNw Sarvice 

Phwie GA 8-7421 

Pfiy or Evening 

36th & Racific Ave. 



ROY BRIOQS 

Specialising in Princess Anne 
County Property 
Phonet: GA 8-5372 
/ilte GA 9r9214 



Wmpm AGINCY 
Virginia Beach 

REAITORS-SAI-^S-RENTALS 

Fire. Aat<(wnhiia. HoKpUallaiition, 
Aecidrsl Jntiuraace 

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KEurs 

Texacp Service 
Tnara Pradncts 

Road Spirvica — Minor Repatr| 
Tires, Batteries, Accessories 

GA 8-|^|4^Qceana, Va. 



HERALD ESSO SiRVICENTEl 

Pick-up and Deliver op 

Wash and Lubrication jobs 

Atl^S Tires and latterifs 

.GA P-94?1-Qc^dne), V».. 



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Charm Spot df iM^Wiiter 

^ nriha north of Va..f|fa<:^ Blvd. 

at CWfttt Canter 

BAYSIOE 

Tel. HO 4.a»<t ^ 1^ r-818a 





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M;| and COAL 

Ci|U0A9^Wa 
Ml ilMiil -m Va. BM«k 



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Unique QifVs 
^ Decorative 
. Acc^aorie^ 

J Active Siportswcar 
ATtANTiC AVENUE 



OPTICIANS 



CHARCOAL ROOM 

Speciaiizincj in 
IROjLID FOQH 

38lh and Atlantic Ave. 
nam C|A Ii6701 




INfcia* Lbyd'* Tt ««fii 

Pick up ^nd Delivery 
§«rvicB 

l^exuco Products — . Firo^itonc Timi 
31st aid l^ific Ave. 

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Ccunpletc 

Amariciii and HiAaa CnMaa 

in tha S»f» ^ Cfmits 

Mm f R it Ocaann, Va. 



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GA 8-5019 . I 

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yiEAW - CHICKEN 

ALASKA KING CItAB 

friv«la Dtoi«|4^«B for Paitiaa 

' Shore Drhre 
Near Lynnhaven Inlet 



PAlAllOUNt (^STAURANT 
im I^Rfic A^. 

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Ovitia Chiht 



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Furaikjte Ufholsterini 
Auto U|>bblsti^in| 

L^^kln Road ^r Hilltop. 
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For Ptety Rcaervatit^ 

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Mrs. Moores' Bakery 

400 . 30th Slr«tt 

BE - LO SUPER AAARKET 

For Fine Baking 

Cakes for AH Occasions 
Paitrlw - Cakts - Cookies 

t 

Phone 



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GA 8-5081 




Pre-Inveoiorj 

CLEARAI¥CE 

Groups of. Fall and Winter 

Millinery 
REDUCED 

25% TO 50^0 OFF 

"We Clothe Tidewater's Smartest Women" 

Florence VUiidon 

NORFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH 



Your FAMILY 
and Guests 
will enjoy 
the Fine 
Atmosphere 
and Good 

l^the 

Normandie Cafeteria 



SHOPPING AND BUSINESSMEN'S 
WEEKDAY LUNCHEON 



65c 



DAIL Y and SUNDAY DINNER $ 1.00 

BREAKFAST SERVED DAILY 
FROM 7:30 TO 1 1 :30 



Shop in leisure in pleasant downtown Virginia Beach 
and enjoy your meal with us. 

NORMANDIE CAFETERIA 

2118 ATLANTIC AVE 



Boosting Your Insurance 



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, Here la a sound Rule-of-Thumb that ev^ry 
property owner can follow: If your fire 
Insurance has been hi effect for a number 
of years without review or revision. It's an 
odds on bet that ,you are seriously under- 
insured. 

§lnce 1945, the statistics show, the cost of 
home building has just about doubled so if 
your home was Insured In 1945 and you have 
" not Increased the amount of insurance that 
you carried as of ibat date, you can Imagine 
What could happen to your pocketbook if 
, fire strikes. 

What is true of your home Itself is true of 
practically everything inside k. For instance, 
the cost of houwhold furniture, clothing. 
appliancOT--almo8t every item found in the 
home — has more than doubled since 1940. 
Then too you have added new furniture, new 
appliances, T.V. sets, sewii^ machines, and 
many other items and you probably have 
neglected to increase th« insurance on your 
household and personal efects. These "JHtle 
things" add up to a surprisingly tolg toUl 
when an accurate Inventory is made. 

The remedy Is Cor you to review your 
present coverage, -the amount of insurance 
vou carry on your dwelling and the amount o^ 
insurance voii carry on your household and 
i>f r.wnal effects. Dwi't be Mufht half-Insured 
in the efrent that disaster strUcfc you. 

\\V would be pleased for yoii to consult us 
to see if the aroouirt of Insurance you are 
now carrying Is In line with present day 
values. 

KELLAM-EATON 

"» INSURANCE CO. 
3113 PACIFIC AVE. 
Dial GA 8-9161 



Betty Ann Harrell, 
James Vermillion 
Engaged to Wed 

Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cleveland 
Harrell announce the engagement 
of their daughter, MLw Retty Ann 
Harrell, to James Oter Vermllllan, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam'Geter 
Vermillion. 

Miss Harrell Is a junior at I^ong- 
wood College where she L»» a mem- 
ber of the Cotillion Club and Sigma 
$^igma Sigma Social Sorority. 

Mr. Vermillion was graduated 
from the Virginia Military Insti- 
tute, where he received his Bache- 
lor of Arts Degree In Biology. He 
Is now attending the University 
of Virginia Medical School where 
Me Is a memljer of Phi Chi Medical 
Fraternity. 

A June wedding Is planned. 



Engage^rU Announced 



Shelby Parrish 
Engaged to Wed 
CeneS.Balderson 

Mrs. James H. Walters of Vir- 
ginia Be«ch and James Scott 
Parrish Jr. of Richmond, announce 
the engagement of their daughter, 
Miss Siielby Cunoi;n Parrish, to 
Gene Stafford Ralderson of Rich- 
mond. 

Ntr. Balderson is the son of Mrs. 
William Ira Webb of Reedvlile 
and Cleveland Kenneth Balderi»n 
of Washington, D.C. 

Miss Parrish made her debUt In 
1957 at the Norfolk and Richmond 
Orman Club Balis. She was gradu- 
ated from Mount Vernon Seminary 
In Washington, D.C. and attended 
MarjoHe Wel>ster Junior College. 

Mr, Balderson was graduated 
from the Virginia Military Institute 
In the class of 19.'W. 

A spring wedding is planned. 





Pirrone-Travis 
Wedding Plans 
Are Announced 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Travis 
announce the engagement of their 
daughter. Miss Lois Anne Travi.s, 
to Baptista PIrrone, son of Mr. and 
.Mrs. Frank Pirrone. 

No date has l)een .set for the 
wedding. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Passano 
and three children of Gibson 
Island, Md.. spent Christmas with 
Mrs. Passano's parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. C. Addington, at their 
home on Great Neck Road. 



Miss Betty Ann Hdrreit 



Personal Mention 



Midshipman Allen M. Bisaeil of 
the U.S. Naval Academy in An> 
napolls. Md.. Is spending the holi- 
days with his mother, Mrs. h. M. 
Bisseil, In Bay Colony. • 



Mr. and Mrs. Wllllani C. Haycox 
and children spent the Christmas 
holidays visiting Mrs. Haycox' 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynch 
Christian, in Lynchburg. 



Miss Constance Kennedy, a stu- 
dent at the University of North 
Carolina, is spending the holUlay.s 
with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. 
C. R. Kv'nnfdy, at their home on 
Dogwood Dr. , 



Dr. and Mrs. Blair Webb and 
young son, of Bethesda, Md., spent 
the Christmas holidays with Mrs. 
Webb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
W. Ackl.ss. Mi.ss Ellen Ackiss. a 
student at Mt. Vernon's In Wash- 
ington, also is visiting her parents. 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Long Jr. 
and three daughters of Annapolis, 
Md., are visiting Mr. Long's par- 
ents. It their home on PInewood 
Road. I 



Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith 
Jr. of Richmond spent the Christ- 
mas weekend with their son-in-law 
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. P. 
Johnson. ( 



Nancy Moere, 
John C. Smith 
Exchange Vows 

Miss Nancy Marshall Moore he- 
came the bride of John Cole Smith 
of Auburn, Ala., Sunday at Ai^ 
p.m. at Old Donation RpLscopal 
Church. 

The Rev. Beverley D. Tuckeii Jr., 
rector of the church, officiated. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Willis Marshall Moore 
of Amherst. The bridegroom's pttf- 
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crtiw- 
ford Smith of Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Dr. J<^in E. Johnson of Bayslde 
gave the bride Ip marriage. Her 
gown of Peau de sole was etched 
with cutouts of handclipped re- 
embroidered Chantlllv lace and 
ended In a chapel train. Her man- 
tilla was of matching lace. She 
carried a prayer book showered 
with fleur d'amour and stephanotls. 

Miss Edith Snedegar of Norfolk. 
was maid of honor. The brides- 
maids were Mrs. Richard J. Boles 
of Virginia Beach and Mrs. Ken- 
neth Fisher of Richmond. Miss 
Glynn Humphries of Norfolk was 
Junior bridesmaid. 

The hrlflegroom's father was best 
man. The groomsinen were Thomas 
R. Catchpole of Columbus, Ohio, 
and Merwyn Johnson of Charlottes- 
ville, Thomas Andrew Smith of 
Chattanooea, brother of the bride- 
groom, was junior groomsman. 

After a reception In the social 
hall of the church, the couple left 
for a southern motor trip. They 
will live at 123 Cedar Crest, Auburn. 



Mr. and Mrs. iioodwln S. Jordan 
have returned to their home oh 
Bcuton Lane after spen<llng several 
days in Wllliampburg. 



Mr. and Mrs. Rol>ert S. Smith 
have returned to th«ir home at 
6102 Ocean Front after spending 
ChrLstmas with Mrs. Smith's 
mother, Mrs. E. fl. Coker, in At- 
lanta, Ga. 



Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bryant 
Jr. spent the Christmas holidays 
visiting .Mr. Bivant's [jiirents, Mr. 

lieam to Drive" -t;;:! ""■"■ '■ "■ """'"'■ " ""''' 



The Easy Method 

Do f^ot be dependent on 
others. For refresher les- 
sons or complete course 

Call Mrs. Moore 

GA 8-6060 



home in Richmond. 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Camp of 
New York spent the Christmas 
holidays with their son-in-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. 
Motley, in Cavalier Shores. 



Mr. and .Mrs. Douglas M. Steel 
of Petersburg will .spend this week- 
end visiting their son-in-law and 
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter 
Holland 111 at their home in Bay 
Colony. . 



Mrs. Veronica Wagner and her 
daughter, .MLss Anne Wagner, are 
spending the holiday .season visit- 
ing another daughter, Miss Lee 
Wagner, In Hot Springs. 



Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wood spent 
the Christmas weekend visiting 
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard Salmon, at their 
home In Charle.'rton, S. C. 




It's Less Expenshfe 
To Build UPl 




Mrs. B. I^ Lindenian has as her 
gue.vts during Christmas, her sons- 
in-law and daughters, Mr. and .Mrs. 
Fletcher Wright Jr. of Petersburg 
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. P. 
Wilson III of Baltimore, Md. Also 
Mrs. A. M. Siegk of Baltimore. 



Givens-Durham 
Rites Planned 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Durham 
of Princes.s Anne announce the 
engagement of their daughter, 
Barbara Durham, to Dr. Paul B. 
Givens Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul B, Givens of Newport News. 



L. D. Kintey HI, a student at 
Hampden-Sydrley College, Is spend- 
ing the holidays visiting 'his par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowery D. Fin- 
ley Jr. at their home on Ave. E. 



Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lowell and 
Mrs. Frank Holtzman will return 
Monday to their home on 54th St. 
after spending the holiday season 
visiting Mrs. R. Bowers Lowell In 
Pine Glen, Pa. 



Col. and Mrs. William Paddock 
and two children arrived recently 
from Athens, Greece, and are now 
visiting Mrs. Paddock's father, Col. 
«»aul Herman and Mrs. Herman on 
Raleigh Drive. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Wilson 
and three children of Charlottes- 
ville will spend the New Year's 
weekend as the guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. Page Preston. 



.Mr. and Mrs. Frank McLean of 
Arlington are spending several 
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. 
Taylor at their home In Linkhorn 
Park. 



Mr. and Mrs, Clifford V. Burton, 
Capt. and Mrs. Raleigh C. Klrk- 
patrlck Jr. and daughters, Jane, 
Carolyn and Nan and Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph D. Peake of Arlington and 
MI.SS Sarah Peake of Hampton are 
the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
Edwin A. Coyner of Virginia Beach. 



Dr. and Mrs. Peyton E. Weary 
and small daughters, Terry and 
Connie, of Charlottesville, arrive 
Tuesday to spend a week with Mrs. 
Weary** parents, Mr. and Mra. 
Walter T. Gregory, on 62nd St. 



MIbs Beth Coyner, a student at 
the College of William and Mary, 
Williamsburg, Is spending the 
Chrlstnus vacation with her par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Coyner 
on ^th St. 



Stationery 

and 
OFFICE SUPPLIES 

Visit 

OUR NEW 
2nb floor ADDITION 

FRIDLEY'S 

2202 ATLANTIC 

HdOmmk # 6^Mn Cvd Uttmhr 



BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. Otis S. Meeklns Jr. 
announce the birth of their first 
child, a <laugh<er, Cynthia liauren, 
born 11K)5 on Friday, Dec. 18 at 
Leigh Memorial Hospital. 



Mr. and Mrsi Robert Gleason of 
Baltimore, Md., announce the birth 
of their third child, Michael Glenn, 
born on Dec. 12. Mrs. Gleason Is 
the former Miss Jane Susanne Dill, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 
Dill of Virginia Beach. 



Mr. and Mrs. Kugene P. I.anning 
:innounce the hirth of their second 
child, a .son,- aU'phen Walker, *«ir 
Dec. 19 at Norfdlk General Hospital. 

W. George Maser HI of Richmond 
Is spending several days with his 
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John 
Norfleet on .Wrd St. 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Winder 
have returned to their home on 
52nd St. after spending the Christ- 
mas holidays with Mrs. Winder's 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen hi. 
Hamilton, in Wilmington, Del. 



Mrs. Julian 0.sborrte has left to 
spend the New Year weekend In 
Washington with her son and 
daughter-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. 
Julian Osborne Jr. 



MID \yiNTER CLEAftANCE 

This annual sale with reductions from 25 to 40% is 
looked forward to each year with mud) enthusiasm 
for several reasonst 

1 . Our stock In vogue^aref uHy selected-^cme 
brought In from branch stores. 

2. As usual our pricing policy is most interestingi 

3. You are welcome to use your simple 5-nK)«ths 
budget plan (no interest charge) first paymei^ 
in February I 

4. Jaffe's is considered headquarters for sports- 
wear. 



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Convemently located at 31st and Atlantic 

Where style and quality are never expensive 

OA 8-5271 - Ample parking 




If lon'rt not getting Mrvk0 llM 

tills, switck now to our ^ 
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ESSO STANDARD OIL CO. 



W. A. WOOO 

Commission Agent 

OA 8^385 

Va. B^adi ~ P. A. County 
Plant ~ OCEANA, VA. 




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Payable June 30, 1960 

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NOTES FROM YOUR 

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SIGNS OF THB WCMMiT iWMWt 
rmSW TO HAW WliltVR 

The foUowyM is a quotatton by 
Qtorge W lltM, }fm of the 
Animal HiUlMiiulnr DftpiKment at 
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"1959 i«6«bei|t to come to a 
aci^echiiiAi^ thHilor clttient pre- 
dict a MPS Whter. 1«e black 
streaics on irpoley wonfis. are be- 
hind the l^kt; «hd wh«n ^ 
color patter* la upset. loo^Mt tmr 
bad weather. fl» aco^i^Cp Is 
big. bird* have M^« /Mll^rs, cati 
fur is «hl^^»^ hom«« iMta buUt 
higher,, Mlglies grew'oe^er in 
the groirti, t!iWte had herfyl^ hutka. 
the petifiilMii £ra|> la bi«gtr, 
there ia jgtUmf pt amtiWi nortfc 
aides of Iretfli an4;ln«r hMd their 
leaves kmger thiayear. all of whii^ 
add up to a ttiMii^ wlotera&iad." 

AFPLi^ttoir »o» 
TAX nJpM 

F a r m f *■ &" deatt-teg a|^liraUoii 
forms for refund o{ ftm ii» t|w 
paid on farm niottfr fud*, ntay be 
secured at my office or tfy ,*rillnf 
or calling the office; I will be very 
happy to mail you yoUr cqpy so 
that yoa can receive your gas tax 
refund. # . 




FARMBgS TAX ^V0^ 

If you hsd'a greit 
or more dur 
must file a 
turn, even 
DO tax is due.' 

minor child __ __ ___ 

ceptioa to this rule. If you are 65 
years of a|^ me nAOet art tjw end 
of your ux y»ir, |Nfl|1||e not re- 
quired to fiia i MMM iP|ss y<Mir 
gross iMMfi «fiH?ir^^. 

You raist file your ¥Mi|rn and 
pay the ta« oa or bilott l^bYuary 
15. 1960. •. , • 

Fanners ^USc luide. irfalch is 
available^ frofll 9^ 4i|n|ll expblhis 
moat of Ute i||«r»o« lix rules, whleh 
apply to farnfliw tnfl those who 
have i»x qw^ rtfeww tWmxi Urmlng. 
This publication should be -of as- 
Eistaiu^ to you wluen you prepdre 
your Inoomfe tax return for 19S9. 
Tht IraAeti^ is Wi^tea in plain 
lanllMlge, and ct>ntail|8 • numerous 
cxaniples to show h^w the rules 
" te actual sltuattofts. 



A ehcek list of farm lnf»>me and 
expends appears on one page. A 
filled in income tax form with 
explanations Is on another page. 

This bulletin has been pre|>ared 
JeHttlif bv the Fe<leral H;xtenslon 
ServlBfe U.S. Department of Agri- 
c^ure, the Extension Service at 
Vft, and the Regional Farm Man- 
aglment Extension Committees, 
arti the Commissioner of Internal 
Revliu*. 

¥9^ #W» mm of this very help- 
ful ftui^m on Ftfirora income Tax 
Return Is available from my office. 
Fl«Ni droy by, call or write for 

tt^tkf H^ftr^ BRIGHT FOR tO 

The dairy Urtlustry currently Is. 
tnjmUm a daaer balance between 
prnw^Bn and ton.sumptlon at 
«Mritii ^ric^ ihM) a^ any time 
•Ineel^. 

Andjt M^ultural economists at 
VH'i» a ft^tnHMe aMuation for 
tbm imnr UMustry is expected (0 
tontbuje into i960. MJlk productkm 
in the United SlatM dropped ih 
1^ for (he ■ewinii ymt in a row 
after seuii^ $ tccokI High In 1957. 
TMa 4rop i« accoiVited for pri- 
nfirily by the iielatiT>#ly large de- 
cline In milk cow numbers. With 
b^*t prices showing some weaken- 
ing and with hog prlce^^ at a low 
level, dairymen will have less in- 
f||Mlye' to ^ttH as Mavily durli^ 
ifBO as thcv Jiaveduting the pwt 
two vesrs. Ne?erlhel(\ss, milk c-ow 
Mfal#e#s ««« likely to continue 
fh^^ ^,J^^ H a tsloyor, rate. 

rMtt<^ii. p(4> cow has l)eeii 
>incH||Mng^radily, but the . avc^ 
age'M^Bifl has not yctlralseil 
tli«iiP9 m Wrtl" prdiu«U|h pef 
cow to the potunum. 

in cojUwst to the UnUad States, 
produfctlon In Vlr^nia ' Incfeased 
nearly 2 per cent from 1958 to 1959 
after a dtop. in 1^». Deliveries of 
Tirade A milk Hn 1^9 increased 
more than 3 per Mat from the year 
before, while deliveries of manu- 
factured grade milk declined by 
the same percentage. This pattern 
is likely to conttnueVthroi4pi 19(iO, 
although milk for manufacture like- 
ly will decnea^ less in 1960 than 
In 1859, probably about 1 per cent. 

Milk cow numbers in Virginia 
dropped 1. 1 per cent between June 
1968 and June 19^. This drop Is 
less than the average decrease of 
recent years and much less than 
the 52,4 per cent decrease between 



June 1957 and June 1958. Milk 
cows numbers are expected to drop 
slightly more than 1 per tent again 
In lOGO. Over the past five years, 
wx>ductlon per cow in Virginia 
has increased an average of leo 

runds annually. A similar increase 
expected for ltt<iO. 
With a favorable level of eco- 
nomic activity expected In 19«0, 
per capita use of milk and tialry 
products irtioukl remain stable in 
1960, but total consumption should 
rise with population changes both 
m the nation end In Vlrglhl^l Gov- 
ernment purchases under the price 
support program for dairy products 
for the first half of the 1959-(J0 
marketing year have been smaller 
than In any similar perkxi since 
19&2, 




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NATIONAL HWINK CONFERENCE 
SET IN RICHMOND 

The much-talked-about "meat 
type" hog will get top billing at 
the annual winter Hampshire Meat 
Hog conference in Richmond, Jan. 
7 and s. 

Role M. Godsey, AsiaK-iate animal 
husbandman at VPI, nays this will 
be the first time Virginia has 
played host to the event. Joining 
with the National Hampshire As- 
sociation In sponw)rlng the con- 
ference will be the Virginia Hamp- 
shire Breeders Association. VPI, 
packing and feed companies, the 
Richmond Chaml)er of Commerce, 
and the Virginia Stale Fair Board. 
The fjrogram will be open to 
everyone interested in production, 
processing, and marketing of higher 
qifj^ity'poik. A hoof-carcass class of 
ba^tows, . and a display of afilmal 
eUj^ble for rating -as certified lit- 
ters, will open the conference Tues- 
day morning, Jan. 7. Those attend- 
ing will be given a chance to evalu- 
ate* the barrows before the official 
Judge gives his evaluation. The 
swine will then go tq Klngan & Co.. 
for slaughter, and will be checked 
for loin eye measurement, length 
of carcass, and back fat thickness. 
The Information will be brought 
back to the conference the follow- 
ing day. 

Discussions will center around 
seven classes of Hampshlres, two 
barrow classes and the best bre«l- 
Ing animals. All spectators will 
have a chance to place the animals. 
Final rating will be made by an 
official type committee composed 
of some of the top men in the swine 
indystry. 

0ad.sey Mya tite iSMJference will 
offer an excellent opportunity for 
4-H and FFA judging teams, and 
there will bG divisions for men, 
wwnw, and juniors. .More than $300 
In priiies win be awarded. 

A show of bre<l gilts and fall- 
farrowed open guts will conclude 
the Thursday afternoon program. A 
banquet will be held Thursday 
night. On Friday morning, a barrow 
show and a show of fall farrowed 
boars will be followed by a carcass 
demonstration. Friday afternoon 
tl»re win be a .sale of bred gilts 
in tiie show and film of the prize 
iHniMng lioars and open gilts. 
tom i^ for the conference will 
eafeNe flom niany eastern and mid- 
W^Aerti states. Judge for the hreed- 
l»f and barrow classes will l* 
Brt^ard Ebbing, livestock sjwHial- 
Isl and mana^'cr of the swine brecdt 
Ing hcnls. Rath Packing Co.. Water- 
loo, Iowa. 



Sunday Sates 

(C««ttMe4 flms Pttce Ow) 

retail stores in m<^t communittes 
could remalp open on Sunday, the 
forward-thinking retailers recog- 
nizes that Sunday openinfs make 
no contribution to the good name 
of retailing, perform no vital Mr- 
vice for tlw vast ma.^>rity of cus- 
tomers, and contribute relatively 
iUtle to the nation's «»t»)ray. 

"On the other hand, Sunday open- 
ings create paMle relations pro- 
blems for retailing and contribute 
mightily to the iRdi»tt|r's problems 
U) the vital ^eas of personnel rela- 
tions and recruitment. 

"There is no need for any retailer 
to open on any Sunday, and we 
strongly condemn sucii a ^actke. 
The N.R..M.A. has long beeh Oppo»d 
to the opening of rttall stores on 
Sundays, with only certain excep- 
tions. 

"This policy was stated succinct- 
ly in a resolution adopted by the 
a.ssoclation's members at the 
N.R.M.A. annual convention in 
January, 1958, which read; 

"'We urge that all stores be 
closed on aunday except those pri- 
marily engaged in sening articles 
absolutely necessary to tlie health 
and well-being of the community.' 

" 'The matter Is one for tne 
community and business conscience 
of the Individual retailer, but we 
hope that all retailers will renwm 




Deai^ iir: 

I was delighted to read the vaii 
ous articles rating to Mr. Frank 
Lawrence— an energetic and vUifW 
known citlzeti of Portsmouth, V^ 
ginia — and his interest and wl» 
ingneas to lead and direct a movl* 
ment to legalize (Ik sale of liquor 
by t^e drink under k>cal o^foh 
while the 19^ ^gislature if i^ 
s^sion. 

Most of your readers throuj^M 
the years have read varlods krafwa 
on the merits and demerits o{ VM» 
idea ain^ It ia an aeee^cd iKl 
that the sale and use of alo^Mrt M 
a iray of lifie and must ^ m 
VfedKmctf »t^! It has been ptXivA 
far beyond contradiction. th|t 
drinking habits cannot be BUccedl> 
^uUy legtelated — then let us do tM 
next best thfng, which Mr. Lkih 
rence has set forth to the press. 

flep^tlng again what has be<^ 
said so many times before, thii 
idea of being able to order a co<# 
tail Hi the pN^aant ttmof phere m 
' a' well-managed hotel or r^tauram 
kiunge certainly is more to be d!* 
sired than the hurried gulpll% 
down of an entire conUlner in tnl 
shadows of a dark alley, an auM^ 
mobile, or even In a hidden browfc 
papM bag under the table! 

If the members of the aiaembttr 
will (^iM^uliy frame the enfQrei^ 



NEWS FOR VETERANS 



Harry F. Carper, it.. Director of 
The Virginia Division of War Vet- 
erans' Claims, a State agency which 
assists vetei^ans and survivors to 
obtain their lawful benefits, an- 
nounces the following information 
of Interest from hU office in Roa- 
noke. 

The new pension law which be- 
comes effective July 1, 19«iO will 
not make any changes in the basic 
eligibility requli-ements for a vet- 
eran who will apply for a disabili- 
ty pension. The veteran must still 
be so totally and permanently dis- 
abled as to be unable to follow 
gainful employment, must have had 
at least 90 days of wartime service 
ending In an honorable discharge, 
and he must meet certain income 
limitations. 

The new pension l.iw sets up a 
sliding scale of perhjlons figured 
on the hieome and dependency 
status of the veteran^ basing the 
amount of pension more closely to 
the veteran's need. This is arfived 
at by extending the present income 
limits of .$1400 a year for a single 
veteran and $2700 a year for a vet- 
eran with wife or child to $1800 
and $3000 respectively, and by mea- 
suilng the amount of pension to 
the amount of the veteran's outside 
income. "If a veteran and his wife 
live together, all of the wife's in- 
come above $1200 win, in mast 
cases, be considered as income of 



the veteran. 

Income limitations for widows 
and children of deceased veterans 
have also been changed under the 
new law, and the pen.sion payable 
Will vary with the outside income 
of the.se survivors. 

I will be very glad to fu'mish 
more complete infoimation at any 
time to interested veterans or their 
survivors. 

Thomas A. .Moore, Norfolk service 
officer for the Division, at 20."i City 
Hall Avenue, will be pleased to 
assist and advKse any person con- 
cerning veterans' affairs. Moore 
visits the Convention Center ("The 
Dome"), Pacific .\ venue at n)th 
Street, from 11 a.m. to .T p.m. onlv, 
on the second and fyurth Thurs- 
days each month. 



A complete explanation of the ar- 
rangement and the necessary forms 
may l>e obtained bv contacting any 
VA office. 

Contrary to former legal require- 
ments that a check could not be 
forwarder! to a beneficiary who has 
moved, checks in payment of 
monetary beneflls may now be 
forwarded, provided the addressee 
ha.s left ;i forwarding address with 
the post office, the VA said. 



Benefit checks frc^jd the VtHerans 
Administration may be sent direct- 
ly to the beneficiary's bank for de- 
posit to his account, provided the 
bank has been given the required 
power of attorney, VA said. 

A special U.S. Treasury form is 
available for the purpose of assign- 
ing the power of attorney to the 
beneficiary's bank. 

This arrangement is convenient 
for veterans who travel and tho.se 
who have frequent changes of ad- 
dress which make it difficult for 
them to receive their checks with 
regularluy, <he VA pointed out. 



Donald E. Hoods 
Win Garden Club 
Decorating Contest 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Hood 
of Ik-andcn Road have won, the 
Christmas house decorating con- 
test sponsored by the Bay Colony 
Garden Club. Second prize In the 
competition, was given to .Mr. and 
Mts. Clifford G. Baughman of 
Abington Road, and third prize 
to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Burton 
of North Bay Shore Drive. The 
Alvin Q. Jarrett htmve on North 
Bay Shore Drive, the Preston F. 
^Ix home on South Bay Shore 
Drive, and the John H. Fye home 
on Ditch ley Road won honorable 
mention. 



and their relations wtjh the public 
during the Christmas selHng ^a- 
son, when short term prospec<^s 
appear to make Sundaiy openings 
a more attractive practice than at 
any other times c5 the year. We 
strongly urge retail stores to re- 
main closed 01) Sundays.' " 
kThe V.S.A. statement read: 

"Preservation of the American 
tradition of nonoommercial Sun- 
day observance is actively support- 
ed by the Variety Stores Associa- 
tion. Member variety store com- 
panies MHi f9ted their |MpnMi|i 
^" ^'^^^apl^ celling vT Jp^iMl 
inerchlpK Hid «rse pttMp l-e- 

cognitiSW Ik m»m mm » H 

too lat^, 

' Sgxi^f Mriiitli, tow MmHeil to 
a i«laijv^ly |ei|r awAleAa of ^ 
country, »Ml. iMf^im 



..™. ».. ...«.,v.» ^.•. .^...~... ^f"^^ tjftl provisions of wise le|^i- 
b^rtheir*obTigatk>rto Uife Sab^thi Nation on this issue, they will hai^ 

^rendered the citizens of Vir^nfi 
a real pervice. 

\:Ih)w much longer can this slll^f. 
hypocritical custom be tolerated by 
a supposedly bitelllgent public? 

Very truly yours, 

HENRY I. JAFFE. , 






^pKad rapi(% tfuriOf Mt 
s^aon 0{ thi yiir. R li 
ttet informed mtbiic 
support turnJMg MMiiai 
ly Qtom p* 

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new MB ap ergflf Pttm^ 

civic Ma -Hmk^ iiii]|tr> 
faiths la m^Smm iM- liirttlg« 

noncfii|g||l'<m iKihdays." 





HARDIN SCHOOL 
Of Music 

Bristow Hardta, Dfarector 

313 - 35th Street 
Virginia Beach 



EDWIN B. tlia»StiC^^ 

Edwin Beanumont Undsley, 6^ 
husband of Mrs. Virg^gila Jgpc 
Llndsley and adn of LatnpittlEt 
and Nellie Prescott Llndsley, dti . 
iunday at 5 p.m. in Virgliiii B«ad| 
H^pital. < 

A native 0/ Kansas City,' M04 
(^d a resident of Vll^gittU BeacK 
M years. 

lie was a veteran of Worl4 Waf 

ides his wife, survivors In- 
two sons, Eidwiit B. Mnd* 
. wid Robert 8. L4ttda|py§f 
ch; t^o brc$benii 
ndslejr aM JKsBp. 
of Wimadpmi^ 
. a aMn^jivra. Ceoiie , p>ush 
Londoi l^dge: ideees ani 
llephews, ' <" 

The body was taken to H. & 
Oliwer Funeral Apartments. : J 



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COLD RKSI.STA.NT IM.ASTM'S 
.NEW POSSIBLE, USD.* SAYS 

The discovery of new plastlclzers 
which, when used In making plastic 
articles, will permit them to bend 
without breaking at temperatures 
as low as 50 degrees below zero, 
has been announced bv U.S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture scientists. 

The new plastlclzers, derived 
from aalmal fats, are said Uj have 
potential useji for Improved plastics 
for such things as wire coatings, 
automobile seat cov#>rt.. galoshes 
and other protective clothing thai 
nay be exposed to a wide range 
of teraperatwes. 



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PLAV 8.4PB WHE> 
MOVI!«G LIVESTOCK 

Farmers have to take their live* 
stock to market — no matter what 
the -.eaBon. If you're transporting 
vour slock now and are using a 
c|nva» to protect them Irom heavy 
lAiter winds, ^ sure to keep the 
canvas ^urc. Watob out for ice 
on the chute. An animal can slip 
aiwJ hurt both hini^lf and you. 
Oou^-check the gales to be sure 
they are t«cure. It « co&tly to learn 
by accident. 




Fu-emen conductmg a tlcket-^ell- 
mg campaign for their annual 
dance featured this slogan: "You 

I cotue to oui* dau(.e, aud we'll go to 

I your Lrt." 



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Cape Henry 
Garden Club Holds 
Oiristmas Party 

"Christmas All Through the 
Hauae," wa« enjoyed by membrt-g 
WKl guests of the Cape Henry-l^- 
the-Sea Garden Club at the home 
of Mrs. James J. Standing on 47th 
St., Virginia Beach, on Monday, at 
13 aom. 

Honored guests were Mrs. Augujrt 
Culpepper, president of Virginia 
FfeAtraUon of Garden Clubs, and 
Mra. Frank Tonkin, Tidewater Dte- 
trtet VIrilnia Federation of Garden 
Clubs president. 

The UUe was bnuiifully deco- 
rated with delicioua Christmas 
sandwidKa, cak6, ccflkies, and a 
punch bowl at each end of th* 
table. 

After the refreshmWlts had been 
served, Christmaa murtc was played 
by Mrs. K. £. Hofftr and Mrp. 
^aurice Nordlinger. 
*Md favorite Chrlitmas songa 
were sung by the Members and 
gucats. 

A life membership in the Vir- 
ginia Federation pf Qarden Cluba 
was presented to Mrs. Joe Watson 
and a gift was given to Mrs. Mabel 
G. Davis for being tM( outstanding 
members, who contrilwted the moit 
in instructing the mmibers in the 
art of flower arranging. 

The guests present were: Mre. 
August Culpepper. Mrs. Frank 
Tonkin, Mrs. T, Edward Hitter, 
Mrs. Gustav Schneider, Mrs." John 
Y. Wright, Mrs. William Yates, 
Mrs. John Sims, Mrs. W. B. Hall, 
Mrs. H. W. James, Mrs. Paul Gallup, 
Mrs. C. N. Grubbs, Mrs. Stanley S. 
Howard, Mrs. Garrett Smith, Mre. 
Herman White. Mrs. Donald St. 
Germain and Mrs. Claude Herbert, 



Please remember to save your 
Christmas Cards to be sent to 
E^astern State Hospital, to be u.sed 
in scrapbooks, for the mentally 
sick children. 

Call any member in the Cape 
Henry-by-the-Sea Garden Club. 




that Savings and Lain Associations function 
primarily for the benefit of society. They are st«rc- 
^ouacs of saving, which, when properly adminis- 
tered, provide direction and aspiration to the life of 
the individual. Bttrustcd with the guardianship trf 
deposited funds, they mQst invest this money wisely , 
and well for the attainment of the coowiwn good. 

It is necessary, therefore, that Savings and Loan 
Association Managers be just and able administra- 
tors, c^)crating according to the ethics a( trusteeship 
in order that they may serve the needs <rf society 
and strengthen our way of life. 

ilUTUAl FEDERAL 



lOUSH AND lUTE STICETS 

fOirSMOUtH - tSM IK^ l»M> 



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levmty Ttam r^ DeJic<if d Scrwce to the Peopkt^ Tidewattr 



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Wabul Blintzes and Bot Cbffee 
Are A DeUciotis Pair 




WJtmmt il'a flua to aatertib 
ff with a 1oT«l7 desiert. ttM« 
Coffee Walnnt BUnttet are Just 
tba aMVar. Tlwf^ra itrlet ant 
citeMT OB Uia (VMsHle, aweet and 
cranchy tmMe — and perfectly 
delicioua #Mi eeflea! 

Ooiaa ttfatxaa art made in tha 
tn^tioaal way. with ■ very thla 
powaka i a H a * owu a delicious 
flUing. Tids partloiiar filling is 
DM •( tii« b«tt an< (catarea 
choj^aA valawhi. feea«ar and eof- 
tea. WlMM tta unna Miottaa ai^ 
BWtdOad witb aogar and bedecked 
with aour emm, they add up to 
■i9itt>imterla« yartectioQ. 

y>hkt/tb9r SNM sarva the blintaes 
at an «ftemo<« bridge or an ave- 
ntag dessert party, '^ coffee is 
always a must Indeed, when it's 
freshly brewed and piping hot. it's 
tba bast eempanion there is for a 
truly deliciodi dessei-t 

COPPIE WALNUT BUNTZCt 
Blintse Batter 

S S^MMoas lalad en 
I cup milk 



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cey dfted an-pwpoM fleur 

teaspoon wit 

tableitpooBs batter er R»i«arin« 

ritlint 

1% tntn finely ci»ppea waihuta 

% cup honey 

K cup butter or marrarine. softened 
2 tamespoons conee brew 

Beat eggs, oil and milk together. 
Add flour and salt and beat 
smooth. Chill % hour. Melt 1 tea- 
spoon Jiutter in T-incb akillet. Pour 
1 Ubiespoon batter into skillet, 
turning pan quickly so batter will 
cover bottom. Cook nntil light 
brown on ander side only. C<m- 
tlnue until all the batter Is used, 
using more butter as reqwired. 
Stack blintzes. browned aide up; 
until all are done. Oomblna filling 
Ingredients: place I UMespoen 
on browned side «f each bflntze 
Turn two opposite sMas in a little, 
then roll up carefnliy. Melt butter 
remaining from batter ingredient; 
in large akillet Fry bllntzes until 
lighU^r browned on both sides 
Sprinkle with extra fine granu 
lated sugar. Serve hot witb soui 
creun. Makaa about it. 



New yesct-rsiied Swgsr "N Spice Doughouti with an unuiasi touch 
of araiige arc deikioui and festive ^e fo^ holiday panict. Tesra thcM 
1^ aaibrMial a^c cidtf to malic food fit for the lods^ano gucful 

SUGAE "N SnCE DOUGHNUTS 



2 eggs, wdl beaten 
2 teaspoons nutm^ 
/i teaspoon cinnsmofl 
1 ublcsMofl gratcdi wAnga rind 
V/i cups ai^ flour 



1 cap milk 

Yi cup margarine or hotter 
Yi cap I^ht brown sugar 

1 teaspoon mk 
Y* cap warin (hot^oO w^cr 

1 {MuJcage or cake ymff, 
active dry or compttuad 

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IflrlMlm J. HalMa, rtMtor 

Sutoday Msmm:. Winter, 8«>, 9:.% 

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Sitmlner. Ju^ I5th thru lAls^r 

fiay. 7«0. Mio, flcSO, liKJO ■.m. 

and 12:15 p.m- 
H<fiy Days, 7.-00, 9M a.m. and 6:30 

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CcH^(ons> 4^ to S.-QO and 7.-00 

to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 
Weekday Ma.ss, 8 a.m. 
Hply Name Meeting • Monthly, 

First Wednesday, 730 p^ro. 
KnightA of ColumliuR Meeting^triit 

ahd Third Wednesday, 8.-00 p.m. 
B)9s.sed Virgin 8<^Hty • Thuraday 

8«| p.m. befiHw third Sunday 
Baptlspa • Suaday 1:00 p.ni. or hy 

. ai^lntinant 
Adult Instnicdon nasw • Tuesdays 

7:.TD p.m. 
ratechMm Clan for Children • 10:00 

to 11. -00 Saturdiqr A.M. 

. BBACHi^n^ BAP^rnrr 
cHAraak. 

(SptwMrad W HuiHa Lru 

IbqpiM ClHMPdi) 

lleT. Rleh«<t G. flalter, Plaator 

Study Qk 8-71.17 

SUNDAY 

tt45 A.M.— Stinday School 
1U00 A.M.— WomWp 

Nursery Open . 
(Serrieea iM>}i hi Conke Hrknnl) 

ISth Hlreet 
WEDNESHOAt 

7-3 P.M.-^Bday School Officeni 
and Tochers Meeting 
8:00 P.M.— Prtiy^r Service 
8:4.^ P.M.— Choir Practice 
(fllerrirefi keM In VFW Hall) 
' iMi Street 

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WORSHIP WITH BEAdHLAWN 



BAPtlST CBV^n 

35th ^reet and Arctic Avenue 

H. Waii« 1F<M«>n< Paator 
9:30 ajn.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.-4ifomlnf Worship 
, 6:45 p.m.— lYalning Union. 
8M) pjn.— Evening Worship. 
Wedneadair 
ftOO pm,— Pirayar T)me. 

an\CK ftfVKmmJi CHiriirB 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrlngtpn. Pastor .. 

H. Lambert, Mycra 
Sqndav Skhool Suoerli^ndent 
imo A;M.-«undiv;8blM^. 
limOA.M.— Wori^ SeMce. 
yin P.M.--Evenini Senrlce. 
Thuraday 7:30— Mid-Week Prayer 
Serrlea. 



rRKKBYTRRIA^ CHVItrH 

l^aclflc Avenue at 36th Street 
Hfprir G. Mortap, Paator , 
James Wr fitotelMder 
J Sundiiv §d^l SuiX. 
qao A.M.-<%urdh School 
HiOQ A.M.— MtMmlng Worship 
{^ P.|l.-y«ittth FatkWshtpa 
M^ KM.—fwntti^ .Pm«f Band 

Ifconen of the cl^lreh- ' 
Vm All,-«^d Wednesday 

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lOao iM>.tl$^ Monifiiy 
;, fill«c|*«;'f.8' 
^ P.ftt^tMrd Monday 
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$00 P.M.— Thlfd Monday 
, Circle 2 

8ieo P.M.— Ttt^ Wedmsday 
? Circle i ' - 
1(|00 AJf/--f^)urQi Monday 

• Caiicer . Drej^g ^roup 
lliOO A.M. — rf^MTth Monday 

I General M<lpthing 

'' CHCWTH^VGOD 

• 620 JiUi Str*^ 

: Jadi W' aiMiaww, Paator 

• Claude McGuire, 
bunday ScAool Superintendent 

KHflD A.H:-^-ChUrch SChtiol ' 

IkOO A.M.fc-Evenlng Worship 
•iao P.M.— Evening Worahlp 
730 P.M. Thursday — Y.P.E. 

jljao P.M.Tqecday — Prayer Ser 

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GAIilLRII RflHCYlP^L CHITRTa 

•40th and Pacific, OA 8-.^'>73 
the Sev. lednmd Beriu'lry, Rector, 

The Rev. Emmanuel C. Bach, 

AK<l8tant 
♦ Mr. J, Douglai) Hnhard, 
Superintendent of Church Bohool 
8:00 a.m.— Holy Communion 
9:00 a.m.— P a fh 1 1 y Service and 
Church School 
Sunday School and Nursery; 
H.C. on 4th Sunday In month 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer and 
Sermon; Nuraery; 
H.C. on 1st Sunday In month. 
Thunklayat 10:00 a.m. Holy Com- 
munion 

10:90 a.m. Laying on of hands 
for the Hick. 



Rvaageiioil 
UTHKRAN CBTRTH 
Of the Good Miepberd 

Atlantic and 18th Street 
Rev. John D. Kelirttr, MtaiMer 

Mr. Montford Hinellne. Ch. School 

Superintendent 

Mr. W. McKnIght. Aiw't. Supt. 

9:45 a.m.— C h u r c h School and 

Adult Bihie ClaMieH. 
11, -00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

(Nursery for small rhlldren.) 
e:.30 p.m.— Young People's Luther 

League 
8.-00 p.m.— Prayer and Study 
Group. 

Penter«wtal 
CHrRTH OP CHRIST 

15th 'Street and Baltic Avenue 
Lindaey T. Hayea, PaHtdr 

Barnett Fergunon. Sunday School 

Superintendent. 
0:4.') a.m. — Sunday School. 
11. "00 a.mi^Morning Worship. 
«:30 p,m.— P.A. Service. 
7:30 p.m.— EvangeM^tlc Service 
MId-wcek service, 7:.30 p.m. Wed- 
nenday. 

TBMPIiB BMANVRL 

25th and Baltic, Virginia Beach 
PbUlp RaMtewltc KM* 
Paul Goldman, R«llglo^8 
Schbol* Superintendent 
7:.30 A.M— fl•^vicea Mon.4^ii. 
9:00 A.M.— Services Sat. 
8:00 A.M.— Sarvkeii Sun. , 
8KX) P.M.— Friday Evening 
Worship 

CHRIBTlAy BCIENCB 

SOCIBTY 

tM'9Kk RtreH 

11. "00 a.m.— Chufdi Service 
114)0 a jn.— Sunday School.' 
8:00 n.m. 2nd Wtdnesdayr— Meeting 
"'.: All' are fordially welrome. 

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PBIISVIIH WWRTING 
LAMKIM RD. 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Meeting for Morning 
Worship. 



The Tlrgtnia B«ach 
MRTNOPIST CHVRCH 

18th Street near Atlantic 
Rev. CMrlea O. Ktdd, PaNtor 

Aubrey N. Holmes, Church School 

Superintendent 
William T. Klllgrove, Minister of 

Music 
9:45 a.m.— Church School, All Age 

Groups. 
11:00 aml-T^Worshlp Service (Nur- 
sery for Children) 
6:30 p,m.— ^nlpr and Intermed- 
iate Youth f)ellowshlp8 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHIRCH 

RRV. T. M. WAIiKKR. PaNtiir 

W. M.' Morgan, Church School 

Superintendent 
9M a.m.— Church Sohool 
11 KM) a.m.— Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 



Nlmino 
METHOmST CHTRCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Arthnr W. Ayers, Pastor 

D. Murray MalVwn 
Church School Superintendent 
10:15 a.m.— Church School 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worship 



BKRCH GROVE 
.MRTHOniNT CHIRCH 

Princess Anne 
Roger C. Snyder, Pastor 

Herman McClanan, Church School 

Superintendent 
KWW A.M.— Church School 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 



CHRIST PREHBYTRRIAN 
CHURCH 

Bayside Road and Aragona Blvd. 

Herbert Dnmstrey, Interim Pastor 

Ray Jonea, Chnreh School Hnpt. 

lO.-OO A.M.— Worship Service 
9«0 ft 11:00 A.M.— Church School 
7:00 P.M.— Pioneer Fellowship 
7:30 P.M.— Senior High Fellowship 



»T. GREGORrs CATHOLIC 

CHITRCH 

Rev. Damian Abhaticchio, OikB. 

Messes are held at James Ban^ 
Robinson Chapel on Kempsvllle 
Rd.. 7:30, 9:.10. um, 12:1.5. 

Confessions are on Saturday, 
7:.30-8:.'W). 



FRANCIS ASBITRY 
METHOmST CHURCH 

Meeting in the John B. Dey School 
Great Neck Road 
E. J. Taylor, Paatot; 
Lee M. Myers, 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
(Nursery for pre-school aged chil- 
dren.) 



Utile Creek 
NORTHSIOE TABERNACLE 

TO48 Thompson Rd. 
Rev. Jimmie Allen, Pastnr 
Rev. Tom Grinder, As»4. Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:45 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
7:45 p.m. — Wednesday night. 



Lvnahaven 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev. B. J. Garret. Pastor 

Phone GY 7-04.38 
9:45 a.m. — Morning; Worship. 
0:.3O p.m.— Youth Fellowship 
800 p.m.— 1 at Wed., Official Board. 
Holy Communion first Sunday of 
each month. 



THH CJItTiCH OP CHRIOT 

Orean^ Volunteer Eire Department 

B^UWlng 

R. G. HKABMCK, Mlabrter 

10:00 ajn.T-Sunday Bible Study 
llflO a.m,— Morning Worship 

7:30 p,m.->^venlng Worship. 

7:30 p.m.— W ednesday — Bible 
Study 

BayaMc 
PRESByTBRIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
Rev. J. B. JobaaoB, Paator 

E. D. Ney, Church School Super- 

Intedent. 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
1100 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
(Nursery for Children.) 



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DIAMOND SPRINGS 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Disciples of Christ 

8700 W. Haden Road 

Near Little Creek Ferry 

Jobn W. J(4iBaon, Pastor 

8:45 a.m.— Church School, with 

classes for all ages, 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
fl:30 p.m.— Chi Rho Fellowship. 
7M0 p.m.— Christian Youth Fel- 
lowship. 

OCEAN PARK CHAPEL 

Du Pont Circle, Bayside, Va. 
C. Philip Tanner, Pastor 
9:45 a.m.— Bible School. 
llflO a.m. — Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m^— Youth Time. 
7:30 p.m.— Family Night Service. 
10:30 a.m. Tuewlay — Women's 

Prayer Group. 
7:30 p.m. Wednesday — Bible 
Study and Prayer. 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Glenrock Road. Norfolk 2. Va. 
Rev. Charies T. Hendricks, Pastor 

Vernon S. Taplln. Church School 

Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:M p.m. — Evening Worship. 
7:.'W) p.m. Wednesday — Prayer 
Services. 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana, Va. 
Rev. D. P. Felton, Paator 
R. L. Gorden, Sunday School Supt. 
9:30 a. mi— Sunday School. 
11K)0 a.m. — Worship Service. 



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BAYSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Robbing Corner, Bayside, Va. 

Second Floor, Overton's Market 

Box 367, Bayside, Va. 

Garat t^)eake^8 

Ixtnale Bowden,* Sunday School 

SapeHatendent 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
ll."00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
6:15 p.m.^Tralntng Union. 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
7:M p.m. Wedne*!day — Prayer 
Service. 



BETHEL METHODIST CHl^RCH 

Creeds 

Roger C. Snyder, Pantor 

L. R. Dixon, Cbnrcb School Supt. 

10:00 A.M.— Morning Worship 
11«0 A.M.— Church School 



KMtta lafauid 
MRTHODIST CHI RCH 

Knotts Island. N.C. 
Jamea E. Hodges, Mintoter 

E. H. Beasley. Sunday School Supt. 
10K)0 a^m. — Sunday School. 
UKM) a.m.<--Worship Service. 

LTNNHAVBN COLOITY CHAPEL 

Great Neck Road near Shore Dr. 
^v. 8. K. Emarian, Pastor 

Mrs. Eric Anderson, 
Sunday School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday Sclmol. 
10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
mo pa n. W<W l'tt9day — Prayer 



KALA CmUCH OP CHRIST 

Back Bay, Va. 
Gene HarfMell, Miafarter 

Howard Morris, Sunday School 

8u|»rlntendent 
1000 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11K)0 a.m.— Wor.shlp and Lord'.s 

Supper. 
7;00 pjp.— Study of Bible. 
Yputh Group (Gideons) meet lat 
and 3rd Thursday nlgh^. 

EAST OCEAN VIEW 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. * 

Ninth St. & Pleasant Ave. 
R. Allen Browa, Pastor 

W. E. Allmond. Church School 

Superintendent 
9u30 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
630 p.m.— Ploneec Fellowship. 
6:30 p.m.— Senior HI Fellowship. 
8.-00 p.m.— Evening Worship. 
6:00 p.m. — ^Tuesday.s. Fellowship 

Supper. 
7:00 p.m. — Tuesdays, Prayer ser- 
vice and Bible Study. 



Little l>eek 
ASHEMBLY OP GOD 

•^ 7948 Thompson Road 
' James li. Allen, Paator 

9:45 p.m. — Sunday Sc^Kiol 

Tab McGuIre, Sunday school 
Superintendent 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 
Wednesday Prayer Service, 8 p.m. 
Tuesday W.M.C., 7:30 p.m. 
Thursday, 7-% p.m.; Visitation 9 
p.m.. Fellowship 

PREEWILL BAPIWT 

Conrthonse fSemeatary School 

Rev. Billy Gardner, Pastor 

PanI Kennedy, Sunday School Sapt. 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday School. 
11:00 A.M.— Church Service. 
8:00 P.M.— Evangelistic Service. 
8:00 P.M.— Thursday Prayer Ser- 
vice. 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

(Meetinic in PriacefM Anne 

High School) 

8ITNDAY 8ERVICF.S 

9:30 A.M.— Sunday School . 
11:00 A.M.— Morning Worship. 
6:.30 P.M.— Training Union. 
V. T. Elliott, director. 
7:45 P.M.— Evening Worship. 
WRDNEHD.AY SKRVK'KS 
la Thalia Lynn Hall 
7:00 P.M.— Officers and 

Teachers Meet. 
8:()0 P.M.— Prayer Service 
8:45 P.M.— Adult Choir Rehearsal 



Hflvgood Memorial 
NETHOniST CHWBCH 

Rule 1, Bayside, Virginia 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 
8:00 p.m. — Evening Worship 



Scott Memorial 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Rnad, Oceana, Va. 
Rev. P. H. Strieby, Ftetor 

Irvln Evans 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:.30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 
7:.30 p.m. Saturday— Int. Flwshp. 
(Nur.sery for" all morning services) 



SALEM METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Artbar W. Ayers, Pastor 

B. L. Ferrell 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
11:00 a.m.— Church School. 
7::$0 p.m.— Methodist Youth Pel 
lowshlp. 

'cbarity 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Rev. Ledforid C. Vaaghaa 

Mr. Edward Williams 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

(Congregationul) 

Shore Drive and Greenwell Road 

Rev. G. Jalias Rlre, Pastor 

Gordon Hoaghsoa, 

Sunday School Saperintendent 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday School. 

11. -OO A.M.— Worship Service. 



Calvary 
PREBYTERIAN CHItRCH 

First Street, Glenrock. Norfolk, Va. 
E. Oowell Cooley, Pastor 

T. H. Underwood 
Church School Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots Fellowship. 
6:.30 p.m. — ^Ploneer Felkjwship. 
6:.30 p.m. — Young People's Fellow- 
ship. 
8:00 p.m. — Wednesday — Prayer 
meeting. 



eastrrn"shore chapel 

(Episcopal) 
Rev. Henry C. Barton, Jr., Rector 

C. D. Scully, Jr.. 
Church School Superintendent 
SKW a.m. — Holy Communion. 
9:.30 a.m. — Family Service and 

Morning Prayer. 
11K)0 a.m. — Morning Prayer and 
Sermon (Ist Sunday, Holy 
Communion.) 
e."00 p.m. — Young I^ople's Fellow- 
ship. 
IL-OO a.m.— Holy Days— Holy Com- 
munion. 



(tab Grove 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Rev. H. Eageae Aniagtos, Pa^ar 

Floyd Taylor, 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
&00 p.m. — Evening Worsh^). 
7:^ p.m. — Wednesday — Prayer 

and atwfy period. 
W.MS, meets 2nd Mondays, 8 pjn. 



THALIA METHOmfn" CHURCH 

Pine St. and Va. Beach Blvd. 
Rev. B. J. Garrett, Paator 

Phone OY 7-0438 . 

Cari Tlgnor, Church School Supt. 
9:45 a.m.— Church School. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship. 
7:30 p;m.— Youth Fellowship. 
6d0 p.m. Thursday-^uotor Choir 
7u30 p.m. Thursday— Adult Choir 
S.'OO p.m. 2nd Wednesday— WSCS. 
fiuV) .p.m. 3rd Tuesday— Men'.s Club 

Vta>giBfai Bmeh 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskln Road, Llnkhorn Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Paator 

9t45 a.m.— Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m.— Children's Church. 
7:30 p-nr.— Evening Service. 
0:30 p.m.— Youth Service. 
7:.T0 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer & 
Bible Study. 



lioadon Bri^te 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Virginia 
G. Edward Hughes. Pastor 

Lloyd H. Brantley 
Sunday School Superintendent 
8:30 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
llflO a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:00 p.m/— Training Union. 
8rfK) p.m. — Evening Worship. 
W.M.S. meets first Wednesday, 
10:.'lO a.m. ! 



EMMANURL 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kempsvllle 

Rev. Taylor Willis, Rector 

William Wood & Garland Taylor 

Church School Superintendents 

8:00 a.m. — Holy Communion. 

10:00 a.m. — Church School. 

]lrf)0 a.m. — Morning Prayer and 

Sermon. 
11:00 a.m. — Holy Communion and 
Sermon on first Sunday. 



Commanll^ 
BfRTHODIST CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsvllle 
Rev. A. P. Roach, Pastm* 

Francis Paxton, 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m.— Youth Fellowship. 



PAITH BAPTIST CHITICH 

0818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Fred M. Farias, Pastor 
Phones UL .5-3277— UL .3-1277 
Sunday— 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship. 

r.:.30 p.m. — Fellow.ship Hour. 

7:30 p.m. — Evening Services.' 
Wednwiday— 

7:.30 p.m. — Prayer Service. 
Nursery Provided f<^r Every Service 




Kempsvllle 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

Route 2. Box 287, Norfolk, Va. 
Rev. A. B. Bloant, Pastor 

W. H. Pierce, 
Sunday School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 
11:00 a.m. — Morning V'orshlp. 
6:45 p.m.— Baptist Training Union 
8:00 p.m. — Evening Worship. 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

WoodlawB Ave. & 22nd St. Ext. 

Rev. Samuel D. Beiler, Jr., Pastor 

Melvln L. Sldwell, Sunday School 

Superintendent 
10:00 a.m. — Church School. 
llrtW a.m. — Morning Worship. 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic Service. 
7:.30 p.m.— Tuesday. Bible Study 
7:30 p.m. — Thursday, Christ's Am- 
bassadors, youth servlcfe. 
OUR SAVIOUll'S LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 
Services at Baylake Pines School 
Treasurer Island & Shore Drive 
(1 mile east of Bayside, Va.) 
KENNETH R. CARBAUGH, 
PASTOR 
Herbert R. Anderson 
Church School Superintendent 
9:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 
10:00 a.rn.— Worship Service. 

OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHITRCH 

Rt. 1. Box 63B. Bayside, Va. 
Rev. Beveriey D. Tacker, Jr. 

Robert L. Beale, Church School 

Superintendent 
8K)0 a.m. — Holy Communion. 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer. 
7:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. 
7:30 p.m. — Evanlng Prayer. 

^ Tabernacle 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Rev. Charles K. Bialoek. Minister 

H. R. Meredith 
Church School Superintendent 
9:45 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 a.m.^Morning Worship 
7K)0 p.m. — Methodist Youth Fel- 
lowship. 
W.S.C& 1st Wednesday following 
3rd Sunday, Methodist Men's Club 
1st Monday of each Month 7:% p.m. 

LYNNHAVEN ' 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Raymond C. Flitton, Pa^or 

Grover Swindell, Church School 

Superintendent. 
10K)0 a.m. — Church School. 
lllOO «.m. — Morning Worship. 

^0 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. 

6S80 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship. 

7^ p.ro.Evening Worship. 



91. JOHN^ BAPTIST CHUIttM 

Prineeaa Anne Court House 
B«v. W. N. Todd 
(Pastoral Supply) 
P. Gregory 
Church School Superintendent 
10:00 a.m. — Church School. 
11:00 ajn. — ^Morning Worship. 
6:00 p.m.— B. t. U. 
WmDtsflB Ifteionaiy Unk)n roeeta 
first Wedne^ay, 10:00 ajn.. after 
first SwMlay. 

Nura«9, ^tairy & Intermediate 
departiMnU meet M lO.-OO a.m. 



TMB CHURCH FOR ALL . . . 
ALL rOR TMC CHURCH 
The Church if lh« (rttlnl factor on 
Mith (or the building o( ch*fwtor and 
food ciliirnthifi. ll it a tlorrhoutr of 
tpiritttal vatufi. Wilhoul a tlronn Church, 
iwilher drmocrarjr not civilitalion can 
wrviv«. Thrrr arc (oar loand rrasont 
whjr cvtrjr prrion thould atlrnd Mrvicct 
legttlarljr and sii]>porl ike Qiutch. TKty 
»n: (I) For hi» own uke. (2) For hi» 
(ktUrtn't mU. (}) For the tali« of hi* 
community and nation. (4) For ihr i»Ve 
of ihr Church ilwlf, which iwrdi his 
moral and malrrial (upport. Plan lo go 
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a present ... a glorious present of 365 
bright, uncluttered days. 

What you do with them is largely up to 
you. Each day of the year is now a blank 
page in the notebook of" your life — and 
only you can fill it. 

Don't clutter up the first page by making 
a lot of u.sel^.s resolutions. Instead — spend 
that time by going to church. 

Turn to God the first day of the year, and 
.stay with Ilim. Put your faith in Him, r^ 
in Hi.s chu'ch. With His help, you can make 
this J oar tiie fiiii3l one you've ti/er lived. 



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THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS 



NIXON ELECTRIC 

Electrical Contracton— deneral Repair§ 

Home, Commercial Wiring— Light Flxtunics 

606 - I7th Stiect. ,Va. Beacb— Phone GA 8-3711 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 
& ECKTRICAL SUPPLIES, INC. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors 
Wcsti^liouae AJnpliaBccs 
Phone: Day 2M0 & 2678 — Night 2663 
Prlaccas Anoc • 

OCEANA CURB MARKET 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 

Groceries and Meats 

none GA 8-1691 Occam. Va. 

VA. BEACH AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 

Evinnidc MoftMs — Automotive Parts 
Pbooe GA 8-6556 
826 - 17tli Street 

ckvALIER GARAGE 

JOHNNY DUDLEY 

Dlmtfy BdiiDd Hotel 

ladcpeiidciiUy Operated 

Holly Rd. A Cavalier Dr. 

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R. L. GARRINGER 

Wholesale Meats and Provisiom 

Di^ributors Kraft Food Prodncw. 

2446 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Telephoae MA 7-5398 NorfoNc, Va. 



23rd Street 



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telephone GA 8-9313 

Virginia Be^b 



Mri GA 8-2131 



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BRINKLEY'S SHELL SERVICE 

"FrlciMiy Service plus Quality Products" 

31st Street and Baltic Avcmic 

Tal^hone GA 8-4232 Virginia Beach 

KELLAM & EATON, INC. 

Biiildii« SnppUes 

'Vcadqurtcn For Your Needs" 

Priaccfli Asm Pbooe 2661—2672 



RUSSELL & HOLMES 

Your Newly EnlarM Shoe Store 

"Whoe Sboiiping is a P liasun* 

1908 Atiantic Avemc Vlislaia BeMh 

GA 8-1381 



HOLT BUICK COMPANY 

j^rvicc. Body and ¥ea4*t Work 
1st Street and Pacific Avome 
Telephone GA 8-2132 



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FINE ITALIAN FOOD 
Private a^t Kaom 
Pboac Us Yon- Td» Oirt Oiden 
GA 8-3831 V^^Bfai 



MURDEN DRUG CO. 

ftomfit, EffidMt Picacrilptfoa Scnrfce 
GA S-7S79 Loodan Bridge. Va. 



W. W.JOHNSON ft SCm 
INSURANCE AGmCY, ^. 

AUTO— FntE-^-ACCIDENT— MARINE 
Com to Coast Ctafcrn Scrvfc* 

Ave. ftaM GA 8-3641 



JAFFE'S 

FASHION CLOTHES 

Phone GA 8-5271 

3618 i^tlantic Avenue — Virginia Bca^ Va 

W. A. WOOD OIL CO. 

Commiasloa Agent 

ES80 ^TANDiiRD OIV Ca 

Fuel Oil and Kerosena 

Dfad GA 8-3385 

FIRESTONE SALES & SERVICE 

Route 58 at Oceana, Va. 

Dial GA 8-5623 

The Sooth's Smallest Firestone Dealei^ 

KELLAM & EATON INSURANCE CO. 

Real Fjtate — Rentala — Insurance 
3113 Pacafic Avenue — Tdephoae GA 8-9161 

ROSE'S 5.10-25C STORES, INC 

369 - 3lBt St. A 1961 Adaatic Avoma 
Your llUioi^ng Center 

JAMES PHARAAACY 

Free DcUvcry 

Prompt j^ck op Scrvkc oo Prcaoiptloos 

At HUltop Phooa GA 8-4424 

OOANA DRUGS 

TeMMme GA 8-6464 
Virgbita Beach Boekvard at Oceaaa 

BE4.0 SUPBtMARKET 

36th SlTMt * Arctic Avenue 
Vbgiida Bea^ 

marttn's auto booy works 

GINERAL AUTO REPAIR8 

WrscfcCT Service 24 Hons 

Gins Cot ft la^Med — Qgv ed WindsUri* 

Slirte luspcciioo 
GA 8-4591 - Nite GY 7-4619 — 

ATLANTIC 
CLEANRS A UUNORY 

ONE - mNJR CLEANERS 
M7 - 21at 9L at Pladfic 
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FORD tmi ITAUAN FUT 

466 - 17th 91. abo Bnyrida oa Bt. IfT 

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The Removal di Offices from 
The Virginia Beach Federal Savings 

And iMn AtMdMion BulMkig to 

2413 PACIFIC AVENUE 

(Adjacenl to V. B. Federal BIdg.) 

PaulW,Ackis8 

Attorney Af Uw 



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CALL GA 8-4222 

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stantial savings. 

Have a portion of your allotment check sent to 
- f Home Federal Savings and Loan Association for 

credit to your savings account. 

We will provide you with a letter to present to 
your finance or disbursing officer. 

Then each month a designated sum from your 
• allotment will be sent to us and added tQ YQWr 
savings. 

- 

Officers ^nd enlisted personnel fn thl^ area and 
throughout the world are using HoriRe Federal'i allot? 
nf\ent plan to amass important savings. 



Clip this coupon and send it to us for a personal 
explaining how you may enjoy the benefits of an 
ment savings account. 



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I 700 Boush Street, Norfolk, 10, Va. 

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Peter Pcdmer - Leslie Pcurrish 

Featares: 2:00 — 4KN> — i«0 — 8HN> — 19:00 

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Office of the C(»nmlaaloa«r tf 
Accounts. Circuit Court. Cbunty e( 
Princess Aant. December 33, 1968, 

To the CredltcHn of VtrstnU Twm 
Clucag, deceased; Notk^ la hereby 
fiven. pursuant to SecUon 64-iai, 
fod« of VMrfljiia. (hat the uader^ 
flgned Con>niifatea«r ef Aceeusts, 
IfvlRg for sfltlM^m Vbm aoecMUiM 
m J Addiaon Hagaa. adaUnlstNti^ 
e) the estate of Vir^la Toms 
(ducas, deceased, and having toeen 

f' uetted by the said personal rep- 
muUve ao to do liaa lippolnted 
;^th day «t Jfii*uai7, I960, at 
I Q'clocli p.m. at l^p 316. Monti- 
Mjp Arcade ^H^m ^mW^ yir- 
MH9< «» w« tliM nd place for 
ipoflving proof o^a^KS or demands 
ivanvt the paid (Mwcedent or b«r 

S/ fBRNEST S- MBRRILL, 

CommlasioneF of Acoounta 

12-29-2t 



OaaueeaweAlth et Vkfliita, 

Coeety 
AuM, oa the 4tii aajr of Dece 

laaa. 

MARTHA BLIZABBTH MALPAS3 

PINLEY, Plaintiff. 

i^inst 
lUlf J. FINLEY, DffMulant. 
^^^ Drder of PaMleatioa 



m UftAl MOTICH 

matter tp be sold and dlapoeed 
of in this suit, whoae names |r« 
imknown, ail of which unkiwwn 
IMirties are proceeded aa^ihei by 
one general deseriptloa ^ 
"Parties Unknown", 
Qetepdaat 

iMNr of PahUcatHw 
♦R» ^ti^t of which Is for the 
flaiml<f to subject the r^l «i|Ut« 
Of Napoi^n Brown In the County 
of Princeia An>^«> Virginia, to the 
lieq for taxea due the Common- 
wealth of Virginia and the Comity 
of Princess Anne. Virginia, on Vm 
fBltowtng property, to-wlt- 

^ that certain tract, piece and 
pdr0el Hi land situate, lying and 
being la i^empaville Magltterlaj 
Dlttrlot, io-wit, one acre M landj 
bounded as follows: on tiM Nmrth 
by the lands of J. H. Freeman, on 
the Bast by the landa of S. Wftotm. 
on the 891^ by the lands of J. M. 
Stok)w, ra thf West by the landa 
of J. II. Itokley: the said piof 



y; the said piece ae 

parcel of land shall have only fifty 

S!!*7Z:^'V^''!!?^ni.«.it y«^ ir«nUge on the Northern 

Sr 2^i SSi, J? p2S2 bmrnSayy, th* said land lying in 

m of the Goenty ef rriaeeea ^^^ ^^ g^^ corner. 

A Oopf^Tcete; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: MARY M. WHITE, D.C. 
I. Peter HolUnu. Ill 
2022 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beech. Virginia l2-22-4t 



The object of this ful^ Is to obtain VIRGINIA: ' 

a divorce a vinculo matrimonii in the aeA's Office of the Circuit 

from the said defendant, upon the Court of l^incess Anne County on 

PWiada of wilful dewrtk»n and the 15th day of December. lW9. 
llwadMiinent 



And «n affldavjt havina teen 
made and filed that the dpfradfijit 
Is not a resident of the ItaM of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being % Qeneral Delivery, 
Trumnan. Arkansas, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due imblkatlon 
hereof, and dp what may ^e neces- 
sary to protect his interest In this 
suit. 

A OMyr:Teatei 
JOHN V. PENTRIiaS, Clerk. 
By. ItARY M. Wff {TE, D4X 
Kramer and g^ckl|o«#• P«l> 
Royster Building 
Norfolk, Virginia ^HH* 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Q|{{c« ^f 
Court of Prlncfiw A^!^ 
the I5»|i4»y,ar ~ " 

heirs Vl«W m <M»¥&fWi Whose 
liames jjre wicaown, f^ Jils Hen 
creditor?, if there be any, whose 
names are uiaknown. and all 
other persona who. are, or who 
may be. Interested In the subject 




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HERi IS HOW IT WORKS 

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in Squares Below— 1 worcj to 
the square, Put the number of 
weeks you want ^d to run In 
square at bottom. Then figure 
your cost. EXAMPLE: 2S Words 
one time $1.25 • Each addi- 
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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

I^BVpil^H liyNTBR (Addresa im- 
known), or if he be dead, his 
heirs at law and devisee's, whose 
names are unknown, and his lien 
creditors, if any there be, who^e 
names are unknown, and t\\ 
other persons who are. pr who 
may be. Intei-ested in the subject 
matter to be sold and dispcned 
of In this suit, whose names are 
unknown, all of which unknown 
parties are proceeded against by 
one general description of 
••Parties Unknown**, 
Defendant. 

Order of PabUeatloii . 
The object of which is for the 
Plaintiff to liubject the real entate 
of Severn Hunter in the County of 
PrincesH Anne, Virginia, to the lieri 
for taxes due the Commonwealth 
of Virginia and the County • of 
Princess Ann«, Virginia, on the fol- 
lowing described property, to-wlt: 
All that Certain tract, piece and 

Karcel of land, situate, lying and 
eing In Holland Swamp, Seaboard 
District, Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, . and bounded and de- 
scribed as shown by a plat of 
division between Woodhouse, and 
the mid TvAl^r and ffunter, -made 
by County Purveyor, E. E. Bur- 
roughs, Septembet- 25th, 1903, as 
follows: Beginning at a corner ber 
tween Fegg, Kellatn and Hunter, 
88 Indicated by said plat, and run- 
liing alons the line of Kellam's 
land S. 2 degrees 14.00 Qum, S. S| 
W. 2,76 guj^. S. 6) degrees oak; 
thence following the said line of 
Kellam's land to the division line 
to the line l)ctween this tract and 
the 31 acre tract of said Fuller, 
thence following said line in a 
Northerly directton to the land of 
Woodhouse; thence along the line 
of Woodhouse S. 85 W. 8.00 S. H 
degi-ees 10.00 to the land of Fegg. 
thence following the line of Fegg 
easterly to the point of beginning, 
and containing sixteen and | (16i) 
acres. There Is excepted and re- 
served for this conveyance, a lane, 
as indicated by said plat, unto 
Walter W. Woodhouse, his heirs 
and assigns, for the purpose of a 
right of way in passing to and from 
his 8 acre tract of woodland- 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESfS, Clerk. 
Bv: .MARY M. WHITE, DC. 
J. Peter Holland, III 
2022 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 12-22-4t 



• LOST ANO fOUMi 

. II -- "• -' " 

U^T— silver filagree bra<^let witii 
t white stones, 14 blue. If fouxH| 
caU GY 7-1108. Reward. 

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IX)8T — One pair of ladies eye- 
glasses in' vfcinHy of Prl||(«ai| 
Anne Courthouaf. If found pteoc 
OA 8-164^ 12.29-it 



• AUTOMUnVi FOR SAU 



19I» ED8BL — Air condMenea 
power equipped; k>w mUeage; 
like new eondltion; one owmt. 
Terms arranged. Call GA 8-OOdO. 

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Studebaktr ^irnDtoR. ^^ 
oor, white slw wall tires, seat 



1952 
4<loor, 

CQVcrB, custom ntdto, heater and 
defroster. Excellent condition. 
pMt offer. OA M237. ll-S-tlp 



IPs Ford V-8 Btatlonwagon. Radio, 
^ter, automatic (ranamlsaloh, 
white ivall Urea, two-tone paint. 
Bxcelte|f ouifUtiQn. Call GA 
8-6636.^ "^ »|e>tte 

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6 large 
Ocean, 
air coidl' 
GA 8ji40 




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OCEANAr-Unfurnis^e^ |-|>4i^imin 
house, floor furnuw, w«^. 
Available now. 0^f^"Hfc| 



ll^fckly. mont^y, yfftr||. p» 
^d apu., budgefei^ ' " 
Anchor Realty, Paei 
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Ntw and uaed furniture 'for aile 
or rent at the Bargain Baiaar in 
Oceana. "Buy and Sell with Unele 
Bin." Merchandise of all kinds. 
Also repairs to bicycles, Ifltrn 
mowers, outboard motors. If It 
don't work see "I^ Wee" Ifoaon; 
He'll fix it THE BARGAIN 
BAZAAR, Courthouse Road. 
Ocelna. Va. Phone QA 8-70^ 

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BUSINESS SERVICES: Electric 
Chain Saws, floor senders, wax- 
•rs. belt Sanders, power mowers, 
power tillers, fertl'tser spread' 
trs. seeders, lawn rollers, poet 
hole diggers A aereatora. Ct.ll 
OA 8-422J. Puel, F^eed A Build- 
ing SuppUea, inc. IXP. (Ml 

BUSINESS SERVICES: Busineai 
iervlces. Hoover Vacuum Clean 
•r. Salea A Service. Prompt ef 
ficlent repalra. Pick dp and deli- 
very. Phone QA A«|S2 Fuel Feed 
A Building liflKTto* OA 



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pRf bedroom tMrn|«b«l aMrt- 
mnxi a bedro^ uWPInwlMi 

aprtment; one 2 bedroom fur- 
nished house. Cull OA 8-2724. 

12-17-2t 



ComntonwesUh of Vlrgh^n^ * " 

la the Clerk's Office of the OrcuU 

Ceort of (he Conatjr of PrlnceiNt 

Anne, on the 4th day of Decenber, 

IMS. 

MILDRED A. ELLIS KUSEK, Inf.. 

Plaintiff, against 

DONALD M. KUSEW, Defenflapt. 
Order of PablicaUon 
The object of thiu suit is to obtain 
a divorce a vinculo matriinQn}i 
from the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having beeq 
made and filed that the delendant 
is not a resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post office 
address being 1117 West Division 
Street, Chicago, Illinois, It U prder- 
ed that he do appear here -within 
ten (10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect htb interest In this 
suit. 
A Copjr-^Teele: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk. 

By; MARY M. WHITE. DC 
fareons, Slant, parsons ^ Simpson, 

p.q. 
loaitl of Trade Bulldmg 
Norfdlk, Virginia IS-lO-Jt 



Office space 14x32 foot, over pres- 
ent office for rent. Dial GArden 
8^21 or GA 8-7103. lO-S-Un 



Princess Anne Courthouse — 
Business. Oarage with three-bed- 
room living quarters above. Very 
good business opportunity for 
wide awakh mechank:. Annual 
leiiee |125 per month. KeUam- 
Eaton Ins. Co. OA 84161. 

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Appliance repairs pn aU makes 
•()4 models, ppen M. HotpoliU 
sales am ^nrlce |iev «t I|lrt« 
Appiun^ Co.. London Bi%lgs. 

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NURSES— Graduate, practical and 
nurses aides. Apply Superintend- 
ent, Virginia Beach HosplUl. 
25tb and ArcUc Ave. 8-7-tfn 

• AFARTMBIT FOR maiT 

2-bcdroom unfurnished apartment, 
Oceana. Phone GA 8'l<il8. 

12-29-U 



3-bedroom un(i^^|)^ apartment 
large porch «n4 yfl-d-TilocIs 
fr^ ocean and ihopnlng <|4tjrict. 
One bedroom rurnbBeV tpirt- 
ment, private entrance, furnace 
heat. CaU GA &<Sd(i w QV 7-20». 

10-^t£n 



Electrolux Corp. — We' nce4 two 
men to take care of our «3y>an- 
slon program, ages ^l-fQ. neat 
appearance, good chariieter. n 
your present earnings are not 
high enough for your present 
day cost of living this may be 
the job you're waiting for. f erma- 
nent hl^ income position ' for 
men who qualify. lOO Airport Rd., 
Virginia' Beach or phone GArden 
pmi for InNryJfW. t2-«Ht 



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panels for Jaloosles and awning, 
type wlndowrs Installed. Call us 
fof pitefs. 

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GA 8-9221 



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Phone HO 4H)6$1. Uom* 
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humbl« and sincere Thanks. It has been 
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Nbw Rfinault Sports Cir 
Makes Official Debut 



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The new Renault Caravelle made 
Its first official appearance In 
America yesterday as the newest 
entry In the sports car field was 
Introduced In IS oitU's Ihrou;(hou.t 
the country. 

S. Frank Blocker, .Ir., President 
of Eastern Auto Distributors of 
Norfolk, the Renault Importer for 
Virginia and the Carolina;* announ- 
ced that the first shipment of 52 
Caravelle* has already been for-' 
warded to dealers throughout the 
region. 

"The new Caravelle Is certainly 
one of the most beautiful sports 
cars on the road today, regardless 
of price." Blocker stated. 

Slightly larger than the familiar 
Renault " Dauphine. the Caravelle 
Is ,the product of nearly a decade 
of specialized research. 

A new spring suspension system 
g^ves big car riding characteristlcH 
to the Caravelle. The "Aerostable" 
system combines conventional coll 
springs and shock absorbers with 
unique rubber pads and pneu-matlc 
ba^s that vary the fk«xihi!lty of 
the springs according to the load 
or Impact of the road. 

The Caravelle will be available In 
three mfwleks: Hard top oouper 
soft top convertible; and conve'rtlble 
with romovabk? hard-U»p. Other 
features Include an engine with 
Increased horsepower and an op- 
tional four speed gear Iwx. 



For maximum ufcty and endur- 
ance all steel utllfaed conntructlon 
Is used- throughout. Aw.U common 
In sports car design, the Caravelle 
has two doors with two front Kats 
and an additional rear ieai for two 
passengers. 

The Caravelle wai fitA'timn In 
Tidewater last Sprlhg, wheh a pilot 
ptodel was i\Ktvifh at the Ea.-ttern 
Auto display at th* liAteMed Car 
Show. Reaction to th« Ccr«M^ at 
that time wax extremely faV«Mble. 

Regu^r volume shipment* of the 
car are expected to continue , after 
the first of the year, thougti the 
supply Is not expected to keep page 
with demand for several months. 

"On the basis of wide apread 
public lnt«-est in the Caniveile, we 
expect that this new moAil will 
sharply increase total Renault sales 
in 1960." states Robert E. Valode. 
Vice-President A General Manager 
of Renault, Inc. 

"Even before the official intro- 
duction of the Caravelle," he added, 
"Renault dealers hold orders for as 
many Caravelles as we had expect- 
ed to bring Into this couOtr]^ over 
the next 11 months." <«f . 



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Building Mirt^teb 
Floor Machines - Sanders • Polishes 

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A Pretty Girl » (ike a M«Iody . . . and so is the new Renault 
sports car, the Cara\«lie, to be on display for the first time this 
moAtfi in dealer showrooms throughout the U.S^ Entry of sleele 
Frefich import into American market was heralded from coast-to-, 
coast on D^ember 16 when simultaneous receptions were staged 
in 18 cities. The Caravelle was introduced in Tidewater by 
Eastern Auto Distributors, Inc.. 1022 Granby St., Norfolk at a 
special showing Tuesday evening. Customers deliveries are 
schedulol to begin early in 1960. 



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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY'S ONLY AUTHORIZED 

MERCUilY - EDSEL Dealer 

Complete Service On All Makies Of Cars 

PICKUP and DELIVERY 

Factory • Trained Mechanics 

914 17th Street Phone GA 8-7121 



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Birdneck Point 
Garden Club Holds 
Christmas Meeting 

The Chriatmas Meeting of the 
Blrdneclc Point Garden Club was 
held at the home of Mr.s. W. F. 
Salkowslti. with Mrs. S. L. Lott. 
D. N. Stormont, and V. B. Tate, co- 
hostesses. 

The charm of the holiday season 
wrt'^ displayed in Railv wrapped 
■•Ml'^-fn's gifts which the memhers 
donated to the local joy fund, and 
In the bedside tray arrangem-anta 
which were taiten "to the Virginia 
Beach Hospital. Members of the 
club decorate the hospital ekch 
year. 

Mrs. P. T. Gallup, and Mrs. G. C. 
Davis, Jr.. reported on the Club 
Christmas project, gifts donated to 
a needy famyy. 

M""* H. E. n^val. president, intro- 
duced Mrs. Richard E. Limroth, a 
new njjiniber In the club. 

BF.ACH AXIJhKR'H TUB 
WILL HOLD MEI-mNG 

The Virginia Angler's Club will 
hold Its regular monthly meeting, 
Thursday night, .January 7th, SKK) 
p.m. at the Virginia Beach High 
School Cafeteria instead of the 
Convention Cetker as prevlouslV 
announced. t^The newly organized 
club invites all persons interested 
In angling to attend the.se meetings. 




**In the haidt, of course! Tm not ready to 
nuike investiQents, so Ym building up a re- 
serve savings account by depositing some* 
diing every payday. There*s nothing quite 
like having a little money where it*s safe 
and handy when you need it." 

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