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OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF KAB E OWN Irs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Memorial Fund noon with Clarence Smallwood Kabletown Church Memor- who has been indisposed with an has recently received arthritis attack. of Miss Frances Rev. Joe Sergent, pastor of the Mr. Henry Clipp and Bedington Methodist Church held and Mr. and Mrs. Claren-Evangelistic Services for 10 in memory of Alvin nights bringing the meeting .to a and Mr. Arch Carroll Sr. close last Friday. Arch Carroll Sr. Chubby Seal spent Saturday i aad Mrs. Elmer Pipes and with a friend Wayne Hill who visited Sunday with his had been indisposed due to a Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Pipes knee injury as a result of a fall Md. on ice. callers with Mrs. The- were Mr. and Mrs. Sale Of Shorthorn oyd and baby Milton Jr. They were en- Martinsburg to visit mother. afternoon visitors with ames B. Clipp was Mr. T. Perry of Charles oseph Mercer who has her son Clifton and Mechanicsburg, Pa. for Weeks returned home Sat Later in the day she re- to Martinsburg to visit son Phillip and fam Edward Seal has received [rom Mrs. Gilbert Hausen Va. who reports has been on the sick Thanksgiving holidays. here are glad to she is much better. Boyd, a patient in Town Hospital re- the same condition. She from the effects of stroke. Mrs. Charles Newcomb to their home in Lees- from a visit with relat- visited Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bulls Friday, Feb. 10 In Winchester, Va. The largest offering of Short- horn and :Polled Shorthorn Bulls of serviceable age ever offered in the East will be held at the Farm ers' Livestock Exchange, Win- chester, Va. on Friday, February 10th starting at 12:00 noon. One hundred bulls from 10 states and Canada will be offered from the leading herds of North America. According to Sales Man ager, Start Haworth of Warrenton Va. This sale will feature not only bulls to suit the most discrimina- ting purebred breeder but also rugged commercial bulls for feed er calf producers. Visitors and buyers from a wide area are expected to be on hand for this event. The Sale is sponsored by the Virginia Shorthorn Assn. and ser ving on the Sale Committee are H. L. Fishpaw, Berryville, Va., Wm. A. Davidson, Marshall, Va. and W. J. Davis, The Plains, Va. Sowers of Grimes, Va. Weekend visitor with his Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Clipp visited Sunday at of his niece Mrs. John ham and family of Va. Whittington of Mill a caller Friday after- and SERVICE EBB'S -- TELEVISION-- APPLIANCES Town, W. Va. Washington Street ILL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Otts Are Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons of Charlottesville, Va. were Saturday evening visitors of the latters brother and sister-in-law Mr .and Mrs. James Lilla and sons. Merle Wiley GM/2 of Norfolk, Va. has returned to base after spending a twelve day leave with his mother Mrs. Thelma Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Granvel Longer- beam and children Faye Clayton and Granvel Jr. were recent Sun day dinner guests of Misses Ros ie and Marguerite Petrucci. Mrs. Pittman Russell of Win- chester, Va. spent~ Saturday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wlitshire and son. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Johnson and daughters Sherry Lou, Lyndia, Beth Ann and Jenny Sue of Mar tinsburg were Sunday guests of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randellstown, Md. spent Sat- urday night and Sunday with Mrs. Lula Ranalli and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla was Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hough and sons of Bakerton, Miss Nancy Clevenger of Bolivar and Seaman George Hough of Norfolk, Va. The regular monthly meeting of the W. S. C. S. Millville Metho dist Church was held at the home of Mrs. Jesse Howell on Tuesday evening of the past week. Kennedy Is Rated Top '60 Newsmaker By AP Clients New York-John Fitzgerald Ken nedy has won again, in the opin- ion of news editors of Associated Press member newspapers and radio and television stations a- cross the country. The newsmen have selected the youngest Pres- ident-elect in the nation's history as "Newsmaker of 1960". His selection in the poll was by a much wider margin than in the presidential balloting, it was re- ported. Nikita Khrushchev, who won the honor in 1959 had to settle for first place in the foreign af- fairs category. Other winners in the AP sur- vey of its 3,800 newspapers, radio and television members were: Religion: Pope John XXIII Business and industry: George Romney; Science: Werner Von Braun Labor: James Hoffa; Literature: Allen Drury; Entertainment: the late Clark Gable; Sports: Floyd Patterson; Services Of Calvary Assembly Of God Church The Rev. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ- ced the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and subse- quent wek nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. mornnig worship services at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic services at 7:30 P. M. Tuesday the Christ Ambassa- dors meet at 7:30 P. M. Thursday Bible Study at 7:30 P. M. G. O. P. will modify Kennedy aims, Dirkson says. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY A total of seven births occur- red at the Charles Town General Hospital during the period of January 11-16 with four of the infants being boys and three girls. A daughter, Lisa Ann was born Wednesday, Jan. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. eden of Harpers Ferry. On Thursday Jan. 12 a daugh- ter Amy Denise was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Coleman of Har pers Ferry. Friday, January 13, a son Nel- son Franklin Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson F. Chrisman of Charles Town. Saturday, January 14, a son, Donald Ray Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. White Sum- mit Point. Two births occurred Monday, Jan. 16, a son, William Patrick born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Kain of Harpers Ferry and a dau ghter Donna Rebecca born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Oden Ranson. Wednesday morning, Jan. 18 a son was born to Mr .and Mrs. Dan iel Lee Morgan of Shepherdstow~ Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were: Mr. Garnet Bentz, Ranson; Miss Eva H. Spriggs, City; Mrs. Lottie M. Harper, Bruneswick, Md.; Mr. Roger W. Forsythe, City; Mr. Her man L. Jones, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Wallace I. Gift, Harpers Ferry; Little William Lutman, Bruns- wick, Md.; Mr. George F. McAtee City; Mrs. Edith M. Trice, Knox- ville; Mrs. Corrine Parker, City. Medical patients admitted were Miss Joan Racey, Shenandoah Jct.; Mrs. Clara B. Dempsew, City Mrs. Janet V. Vawter, Mr. James E. Day, Shepherdstown; Mrs. L1- ewellyn R. Fields, Harpers Ferry Miss Stella O. Berry, Miss Eva C. Brown, Mrs. Peggy Ann But- ler, City; Miss Billie M. Collins, Laurel, Md.; Baby Anthony J. Payton, Kearneysville; Mrs. Mary E. Seal, Shenandoah Jct. Mrs. Ath ie F. Frye, Inwood, Baby Tracey L. Small, Ranson; Mrs. Ida R. Whittington, Ranson; Mr. Rich- ard F. Lawless, Laurel, Md.; Mr. John W. Donahue, City; Mr. John Dudson, City; Baby Rickey W. Sollars, Ranson; Mr. Robert Green Harpers Ferry. Out patients were Garnet R. Bentz, Ranson; Ernest G. Fritce, Hagerstown; Billie Collins, Laur el, Md.; George F. McAtee, City; James Kirk, Silver Spring, Md.; Richard Lawless, Laurel, Md.; John Donahue, Charles R. Brown City; Keith Auvil, Henna L. Jones Wallace Gift, Ronnie L. Knight, Robert L. Green, Helen H. Kirk, Harpers Ferry; Richard D. Wil son, City. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Farm Credit To Hold Annual Meeting In Winchester Jan. 28 Stockholders of Shenandoah Production Credit and the Feder- al Land Bank Association of Win chester will hold their annual meeting Saturday, January 28 at James Wood High School near Winchester. The proceedings will get underway at 11:00 a. m. and luncheon will be served at the school cafeteria. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Hocken- smith and Mr. and Mrs. James T. Blue represented Jefferson Coun ty at a recent nominating and planning meeting which saw re- presentatives from Berkeley County and five nearby Virginia counties suggest program high- lights and name candidates for two directorates where terms ex )ire this year. With an accent on youth the )lanning commitee has invited ;everal young men and women who achieved national recognit- ion during the past year in con- nection with 4-H projects and de- monstrations. Reverend John Locke, Wood- stock, Va. farmer, minister and humorist, will be the featured speaker when the members of the Coperation F~rm Credit Assoc- iation get together for their an- nual event. President Herhood Tells Kiwanians Of Plans For 1961 Year The Kiwanis Club held its week ly meeting in The Thomas Jeffer- son Hotel last Thursday evening. A good attendance was on hand to hear President Nerhood tell about his plans for 1961. He hand ed out brochures to each commit- tee chairman and s~essed the dut ies of each committee. In his opening remarks Presi- dent Nerhood stressed the import ance of committee attendance. He urged each Kiwanian to take an active part in all of the clubs pro jects. He said that he hoped that there would be more Ladies night and that each member would bring his wife to these special meetings. He called attention to the local Canteeen which has 550 members and urged the club to increase its efforts to help this worthy cause. The speaker suggested to the Churches Committee, that they try to get the children of migrant workers to attend Sunday School during the harvest season. He said that the Public Affairs Com- mittee could try to get each householder to number his house. In conclusion he said that he wanted to appoint a welcoming committee to greet new residents. The secretary-treasurer made a financial report to the Chzb for the year. He reported that the Club had collected $3142 for club projects and spent $2413 on these projects, leaving a balance of $729. Eackles Named As Director Professional Discount Corporation According to the president of the Professional Discount Corp., Spartansburg, S. C.J. Donald Eackles, owner of the Eackles funeral home, Harpers Ferry has been eletced to a two year term on the advisory board of direct- ors of the corporation. The board meets annually in Spartansburg. A number of other funeral directors besides Mr. Eackles were also elected as ad- visory directors at the recent meeting: The corporation is a company specializing in time payment fin- ancing of funeral accounts recei- vable. It was formed and is own ed by funeral directors, according to a release from the organizat- ion. It said that over 850 funeral establishments in 19 Southeast- ern states offer time payment fin ancing to their clients. J. Donald Eackles belongs to the third generation of his fam- ily in the funeral directing bus- ness. He is a graduate of Harpers Ferry High and attended Wash- ington & Lee University. He is a civic leader and is a town coun- cilman at Bolivar. He is past pres ident of the West Virginia Funer- al Directors Association. Samuel Wright, USN Is With USS Enterprise Newport News (FHTNC)-Sam- uel G. Wright, electrinics tech- nician first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Wright of Hall town, W. Va. and husband of the former Miss Audrey L. Calhoun of Newark, Calif. is serving with the pre-commissioning unit of the nuclear powered attack aircraft carrier USS Enterprise under con struction at Newport News, Va. The Enterprise(the eighth U. S. Navy vessel to bear the ham( is scheduled to join the fleet in 1962. The 85,000 ton carrier will be powered by eight nuclear rea- ctors enabling her to cruise at 30 knots for five years. U. S. plans ,big radiotelescope to track Mars trip. Finley acquires control of Ath letics club. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 5--A ADERTISING MEDIUM-SPIRIT. ADVOCATE. GENERAL ELECTRIC 630 pounds of food stored where you (.in easily reach it! | 1. All your food in easy reacl~l ] t. Bonus door storage I II & Fits in one square yard cff spacel I 4. Close-up freezing action! I I, G-E extras like slide-out baskeff I 6, Three-way warranties! eI Model HU-18$ COMPARE THE VALUE AND PRICE OF THIS FREEZER! I . I II II I I IIIIIIIIIIIll THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC "B00k-Shelf" FREEZER LOW, EASY MODEL HU-18S TERMS PUTS THE FREEZING WHERE THE FOOD IS! PAUL AND DICK REITER PHONE 2O2 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. lll 1 I I r / ii