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e. ] ........................................ ~ - '- '- '- - 1958-59 he was granted a leave of *nual Progressive Dinner to be ] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VAm EaS |] , absence from this position to .ac" held February 17. It will all ~start 6---ATHURSDAY.. JANUARY 19, a~ [ ~ cept employment as a travehng at Mrs. John Martlett's for cock-[ ~ ~ --- A, |, i ~~ ~ll~lW~ ! ~ . , , ~, science teacher for Oak Ridge In- tails, then on to Mrs. Alvin En-~ _ . ~ |t ~ p O~ J ~ I ' ' L I Y[ stitute of Nuclear Studies, Oak' hiss' Jr's for the salad and wind ~ .... | *.il ] .... n__*...., j -- [ .Jr. ~I~JL ~ ~ [ [ ! ' w' Ridge, Tennessee. He returned to up at the home of Mrs. Norman iWfl ! iil ~n ilkl~N iniBil[~ ~ ~ [ Doddridge County to teach dur-Kisner's for main course. The DWWV it ~ i WWV m~i. ~1 q~ [ rp,.~ 7P,~.~ ~,.~..~,.~ ~jv ~T,.~W~ tr~ r')'~2 ] ing 1959-60 and last fall 'accepted igroup will then spend the even- [ a .i _ ~i " . : I . ~::Lt~/JJUI~ t./U V~" ~ t,J ~ [the position he now holds. [mg playing Tripoli [ AIPfI~a |~ ~lanF Hnr~a~ u~_I i t ................ I i After all reports were in the ~|U~ II I]~1 I I~nil~i~ .... .,--__ "~ ! door prize was won by Anne | 8 6,4.*-.. h .... f' .... L ,, ~'~'~'~.~OP~.~t~J'.~.~J'J*.~gP~'J'J'~. Mr. George E. Tabb who has Ineal hld nl I .......................... I , , .1 ". l h : ]M|~ I~F~$~ ~UI~| A| .......... been a surgical patient in the .... ~" ....... - ]rl,'oppS. ~..memy~'s i.e. ep,~uy-[ Two persons were killed and lance which tOOK t)otn ~,, i ! ........ .* .... ~ P F ~ ~ ~ ~ A | ~ [Charles Town General Hospital ~a'aiva~ Flinch Hnnnr lea an evening o~ umgo w~tn ev-[ ~wo others injured about 11:25 Mrs. Jones and Gifft to the i & ~ ]~nnnar ~ar[u ~lVan KV / a. I! ~ V I' P~ L. ~ i returned to his home on the Ice "'*"**'*'~ ....... , ,.v,,v. j eryone winning somelnmg. [Friday night when two cars col-al . ~lllllbl /UI| Vllbll ~W * .... l is * " " I /, l_ _ . J _ _ $ town Road on Monday [At Marrarch, wn Aradamv I 1he hostess Mrs. N orn an K -llidea on u s Route 340, near, the I He also called Fire Chiel [] i ~n L r-_u L4.. m.*.---L ...... ~ I ,~ r~,~.~.~.,~u.~$ ~.u~,,,l I ner served rerresnmems m Gcr-Ishenandoah River Brid-e near l(Iunior) Jones who only i [L[. 1.0i.~ M[~I'I~iI~HllUWf~[ [ ~t.~ ~r ...... , T~r~+~. ~.r~h [ Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smithl , Iman chocolate cake and cokes I:. ~ ~ I ' . ...... i i I ............ ] -" ...... ":?'b"?~t.-t~':'": ........ ] of The Orchard were recent visi[ J. Peter Master ~n of Dr. and [ '" [~iarpers terry. . ] minutes oe~ore nan oe~e$ m n~.~ 1 ~vnss 1wary Ance l~ress, a Sopn iGeorge ~treet unarms ]own, en- I ........ L ,L. ~ ...... a .._.~ ,~_. I ~L~.o r~ o ~a..o+..' a~ e aaua..a I | Mrs tI Lloyd Jones 69 of BOl ! ten wire a maze wHicH u | i [ omore at Gettysburg C 1 eg , a [tertamed relatives and friends at [ ~+~.,~, ~, u ....... + +h~,, ~,m, [ St Chur|o Town i n momber -f I~h,~h$~ctn,n and [ivar was pronounced dead on ar- [ a home in Mlllvdle. ~ [the granddaughter of Mrs. Frank [a pheasant dinner Sunday, Jan. 8 [~"'~,~,',;*'?~(.~'~ "~,~"~'~,''."..'~[~.:" ~.~.'~':.~'~'~..~..-..~:7 w .... ~ i,,,,~,l~,,~,, u,,v,,,, u,,u[rivai at the Charles Town Gener-[ Mrs Jones the former red Street .....,,.~,,.. ~ ........ u~. ,,.u ,~.. ,~ovoi,,.,, ,,,~,,o.a,~ ,.~.,.. - ~. [L. Bushong South Mild [at her home. On Monday. Jan. 9 ],,.o ~ r u .... ,.~ ~o., a.,.,,.~. [s-cim- ,,f q'h,~ M,~oersbur~, Aoa. ~ ~ ~ r~n~[ TA ~ [ al Hospital; and Wallace Ivan [Catherine Mauzv, daugh~ , i [had then(!ve[ experlencegf bevmng,Mrs-Bess,e .Fad,eley, Euchd.Ave-lTexas" While in Texas the Smiths[demy, according to a recent an- . . . . . [(.,fit, Jr. 25 of RFD 2., Harpers[the late Jack H. and Add! ! i ]a guestat a a mner pa y g.. [hue, wa:s a luncheon ana omner[and Housers attended the Duke-[nouncement by Robert Smith, fac/Altea 5v tommlsslon [Ferry, d ma a snort, t~me after [ginia Kemp Mauzy was~ ~ i [~Y.!:~ ~ol. anudv..~rs_~gwnn_~ser~ [guest o~ ~wrs. Lemaster. .... [Arkansas game in Dallas. [ulty adviser to the group. Mem- [being a~m~tted to the nosp!~a~ [Bolivar September 10,.1~i ~di i inower a~ me r~seu. Tel ~ I Col. and Mrs. t~eorge tl. ~nutt/ n~ ......... ,,. e,,..a ...... .~. ~,- Ibership in Lee Copains is award- A report on the research re-Im)m a H'acturea S~UIL an~ omerlcept for a snort period s~ iii i i near Gettysburg last Samroay ev |of South Mildred Street are [ o.T';Lb" ~ 72',L2V .=;'2 ~',.'led to students for excellence in lating to the history of the C. and i injuries, i Point Pleasant, Pa. she spe, lie m I enmg. M~ss,uresss morner, meI spending sometime in St. Peters-[.~ ~'.~" ~" ~" ~,.o ~.~"~'~'ithe study of the French laugH- O. Canal will be given by Mr.[ Injured were: Lloyd Jones, Sr. ientire life in Bolivar. She ~... g' . z'[burg, Florida. [~.~...~ ~,,,,.. ~.,n ~.~ ~, o,n[a~e. [John Luzarder of the U. S. De-lwell known owner and operator|member of Bohvar M Iormer ~aran t~usnon and Mrs - a.~, ~,--~. .~. ~-. "'"~ """ ........ eL Ill i [Barbara ~lsennower were ontoI ,~. ...a ~,... o~,,~ ~xm .... ~[~';~'~.'~".'~;' ~"z~'2"*'~".".;. .... I - I,..., ~,, ,~,~ ~.,,,..~.,. ~, .... *~--:of the Concrete Products PlantIch .... h members of the ia a Kappa ~,--. ,,.u ~,.ls. ~,, .............. lxars. ~aarsnau frye, ~nanes l own ~,,,.~ o~ .,~ .... ? ................ ~ . . ...... Ill i [Gamma' sororit- T~pp occasion[ Birmingham' Michigan are spend'|and Mr and Mrs L V Jacobs,[VAb,$A||,,e a,~'|~,', ~,1,~ of the Hlstorm Shepherdstown]!n tlarpers. Ferry: who suffered[ Besides her husband Mrs IWi ~ : | ..... ;~." '- |in~, several weeks at their home/~, .... :;_:_ w_ " " " I/VRGIGIIV~ Yg~lM~; I~Vi Comission in the Colonial Room[~nee lnjurms ann contusions o~ lee is survived bv daughters **i ~ [was a ou~et omner aria oance [u~,,';a ........ ~' ..... [t~exa.ul,a, v**. [~ u a~ ~ ~ - of Shepherd Colle~e at 7'30 o m [the body and his 19 year old [Vir~,inia Rnorrv hoar Ill ~. D. GARV N and the guests were shown a Hum grandson lack Sperry who suffer 'ek , [ " " ] Mr lames G Shirley Jr of ,* |0 nora annm mquet January 23 ' ' Ferry; Mrs Evalea Mmm ber of amtm s done b the Pres .... " " who resimed lanai ' .... ~,.-ident as well as other interest-Crestx~ood, Missouri, has return-] YOU bn Be Sure That] Because of the new bmldmg After the Revolutmn the peo-I ........ : .... I W. D. Garwn, of Charles Town P g" Y , . . . . ed a nose injury Sperry wastmsburg;' and son Lloyd Jo~ g ry , , , lrcate(t at me Hospital ant releas e .... i,t~, in -t~ar~,e of onera(io~s| in~ things during the course "~if ] ed to his home after spending sevlv^,, l~a l~,u~ ~aPman and the remodeling and construe- ple of Shepherdstown became vi- i :.~' " /Bolivar, sister, Mrs. Ann j ~(]r't;~,"Slandard~ime ant] Cem-[the evening The Dresses now re- eral days here due to the death[/VU /41~ OOVI~I~I 41~;llnvn,tiqn work now in progress at the tally interested in the develop-[~', ........ [Bolivar; and eleven gra~ -n* t'-n;~anv after 35 years of|side in suburban Baltimore of his mother Mrs. James G Shir[l~a~ ~aek,~a~|~e [Charles Town Presbyterian Chur ment of water transportation to$ ~narles l own ~tate.'lTooper ~.. !ren. .. ~ .'~ "..."~, ' - ' I' ' " lie- l/V| ilg~]|~;l|Oil;~ Ich and throughout the Sunday down river markets In 1828, R. xruex and Corporal (i. u. nol: [ Gifft, who was employed l service With tnc ,cm~pany., wast. . I ~." . ........ [ ,, [Schol building, the Yokefel- Shepherdstown subscribed $20,- |man, investigating officers said Iginia on con'struction worg. nurtured mr .ms long ant out-| ~nn0unce i.nllh~flemen~ ] ~r. and...airs, w. 1): ~arvm o~[ You Can Be Sure That You [lows Bible Class voted last Sun- 000 to the financial resources for i the collision occurred near the en Ivived by his wife, the I~ stanmng service to me company [ r.,, ~'~ Soum mnurea ~treet le~t lasti Are Saved will be the sermon Idav mornin~ to tmstDone their the be~innin~ of the construct-Itrance to Union street in Harpers[Gladys Coble and two you~l at a dinner he!O ~ the Lord Oil-[ .... T_ [week for a vacation in Florida. [ topic at the Presbyterian C.hurch [annual banquet unt'-il ~next veal. ion of ~he Chesapeake and Ohio [Ferry. I He'was a member of Mef ro .... : . / .................... . .... [Locust H" , -[ P Y ' ' Y I the men of the church canal construction Additional Bolivar following a visit to his I,,~r.,_n Ga in 1957 -I.. ~!. Muener ot Marunsourg, l..ff,~..~m..~]~-~u~:~,x~:~'~,~lBouldin Caperton of Culpeper, lA. McDonald, on Januarylb, the[ __ capital was contributed when nearby Loudoun county (Va.)[~u,.~,_ _: . : .-~. Has taken over as successor to ~wr.l 0, ~xral,ey?: .... , .......".~--: I Va and Mrs Evelvn McCormicK/tonic being "You t;an De ~ure OIl~ , ~, ~ /o / .~ra~lllr na,~rl,~d in 1R2,1 at which farm ,*~hor,~ Choir cnn in law and [ clOtH OOdles resteo at t,, Garvin announce me engagement ot . - - ' ' " e .......................................... "-"" | ............. ]of Winchester, Va. formed a par-|Gods Grace The servmewill b [~,0ie 10 YamclDaTe time the canal had reached Har-,daughter Mr and Mrs. Frank[lee Funeral Chapel, Mrs,: meir (mugnter Anne to oeralu r~ -- o~ It was on December 31, 1960|~ ........... "lty that left last Friday for a Car/the regular hour of 11:00 A- M.[ oers Ferry ]8nerrv reside. " Jack Sperry, wholbeing removed to her h. fowler, the son ol lvlr anu Mrs - - I - - I1 that Mr. Garvin closed out a long| ....... : ....... :,.2 ,, ;Tlribean Cruise [Visitors are always welcome tolln gildn Mm Hnn "'" ,is employed at the Jones block|Sunday from where the . ", ~,eram~owier ol~unuee, n. z. " IllI~lnllld I'lbbnllU " -- .... I career with the company which Pen come to these services hi time between was held on Monday after ........ / Miss Buhrman was ~,raduated [ Cashier Ray Conrad of the "/ ' " [ In.lx. I plant divided s [ , began in Apri| Ot ~uza wnen ne [..^... e,._..,..~a.,...., mZ~. ~,.,.~ [ pies Bank will move his family on/ " I ~r....~ ,,..~, .... ~....+;....;~ ~_.~.. JUlIIVI YIVlII~II I~ll~lgllll~ [ the farm and the Jones' residence 12 o'clock with the Rev. " " X eri llOlll Oll~pll~71u~o~lI 111~.11 I.)u.~au'.~z . . ! Ol~ thlllLI..UII~I~I v al, lOltlot, ~;~ . . , ri~l was hired as a chemist for e p "[ ... .... ,., u.o [ Saturday from Mill Creek, W. Va. [ Id,lhvd Id TM|ecall 1 [ r Ui-s next U.I$ U,u,J.,,, Th^ [ Gffft, driving a 1951 Chevrolet [McClay officiating. Bu.. mental work at the cmpany'sl:',~,~'~Y-,.;.'|~"~,rs:;~-'u~..~ the Dr Mclntyre property[I'lllaulu a,a..,[]~,. ,o 1:.?.~^,7;YT:7.~"L:.7"Id':Y:'::)::: .... , HI$1U MUIlUay al /ll~ Iwas headed East on U. S. Route|made in Fairview Cemeter! Mdlvllle labmatory. He later, .'i.,.,~h~..e ,~. no,~i.,~i., n.rin~,lwhich he has rented on west/l:mld ilndn~rdae nF ilia T~ Ma,,eA 1340. The car which belonged tolwar. The Glfft funeral ved as chemist and salesman at I '_':~'".';" ,~ ~,.~'~S..~-~, ....... ~' I Liberty Street Mr and Mrs Con [ ~u~,~ v,,~, ,,.,. ...... I 7A ....... ~ ......... ram;,+.... ~l~ll l~lfl[ll IIVU~: [ Harry Cummings of Harpers Fer I on Tuesday. from the the company s Bakerton plant, [ ..... , . . .[rad have three children, two dau-|Fnv qhanandn~h liF~ In~ on revision of technical .......................... try was reported as hawng been [Grove Methodist Chu~..., and durin~ these early .','ears as l Mr. l~owler IS a graauate oi I ,~h~ro ,~rha ~ill rnova horn with/nvn ~|||~||U||~VUi| I~lln~ n,,~[ ,,,- .~ ~ , . .. zne ~narms xuwu aumm v, um I ~,~1,~, ' I the Rev C W Llova o[x,~, 7.--- =. "', " " .- - nd Dundee Hi h School and is pres- .s ......... ~.""; .......... = --"7/ |matena~ to oe useo oy son con- an's Club held its monthly meet-~ ......... ' ". - - chemist, techmclan, salesman a [ .......... .......... ,.,m them and mey nave a son m col-/ Millard M Trussen, son of Mr.|servation technicians in this area. la the [ Both cars were completely de-I. nterment m the nearby sales service representative was euuy ~tel,ul,g .uo~,,,,. -~,.,.~o~, le e ". . . -.o ........ ,, ....... ~ *-' -" " " ed tery. Greenville. Tennessee g . | and Mrs. Mlllard C, Trussell ofI As George E. Tabb is now at Old Town Meetin~ House The]mohshed with damage eshmat i instrumental In the develop.merit [ ~ .... .~ai.... a,.,.~ h,'~ na~ houri Mr~ Frank Comer has returned| Ranson has been saluted by Shen I home recuperating from a recent m~min, w~ an~n~d" with ihe nled i by state police at $1,100. [ Pall bearers for Mrs- 1 man ol the nlHIIUI~ICLUlItlg ] ~ "~:uuali~,ua~ ...................... / ,~ , .......... o ..... t ....... *- o y. . to her home on Fairfax Blvd. Ran tandoah Life Insurance of Roa- operation there will be no one m oe to the fla(, and club collect I Immediately following the Iwere: Rev. Alfred Comns, and testing te(hmques employed i set b . Ra~ " " " " -- son after being a surgical patient noke, Va. as the 1960 Field Under I the office the week of the 23rd. Mrs Pe .... Engle led the group [ crash Sperry rushed' to a nearby [ers Ralph Oden, Wm. ,, in the roductmn of hme, some .... ~., Wu P In t K Cavaher Jr Lester of which are still in use by the OA$$^~,,,u,,^~ ~u~,~l at the Charles Town General Hoe writer of the year. This ~s theI-- in prayer i tavern to call Charles Town ..... ' ' ' he is reco niz rVIl~llUgl~l " W]OllU pital, fifth year that young Trussell has ~ .... ~S&. L4 .... I,I "" ~'" er Per club rest Idependent Fire, Company ambul- Roland Bond. hme industry and L ..... go- I - - . ........ I won the award Sales by Trussell ]~CI.I~II| ~|||~ mcmuum . lviys, t~og! . r y, ..... Pness[ ed uy me maustry as an autn r- Mrs ~aana .,uger visitea WitH i:_ ,ao,~ ..... ~ ....oo ,, o ~ao . . .. ** ~ . ..|aent. preslaeu over the uus ''1 ~ I ....... .1 ~y in this field. [Enflaflement Announced Mrs "Howar~ Ashwood, Ransonl 2.* V_ Z.'L'2.=: :7O 'was'or" tun(| for ~. /. flO~tTaimeeting. Mrs. Alonzo Peters dis- I Downs. .... Imorrow win rece,ve an a:; ~}~,~Io ~.n~ nrame~ted to the t)osit-I ~ ~ , ~._ "7~ .... a,~., [trou Oz wmcn ~,,,x o,oo .....~1 ~g" nursed the Valentine Dance to I Mrs. Marge ~mim, chairman ot.I manmacturea oy ~os~eu .... i~,~'~,r"'~tant-~eneral suDerin-[ u, ,,a ~,~ T.,~, W,,,~a ......... ~. I dinary life insurance( mdwiauaiI , .... + ,~,+~ +, w .... ,~ A.~ be~held nossiblv on the 18th of|the Home Life Department, Tel-]presenting the slogan, "~ tendent in Aprd of 1936 at which i Keedysville' Md. announce the en poMrts" iJlmm~inB~rdYCfhSrUr~mit. ]cntract:~es a2~hdis $1~10~32' t0~0he fifth iliary, Charles Town General Hos February at the Commumty Cen-|corned all to the F~rst An~hU:l i Wmhier~i:he a~er~Yof~choOt time his headquarters were mov- I gagement of their daughter, Aud " ~-~- ~..~ .... a~. ~.,a ~,.~" i ~....~.~, ~'. ,v ..... |1' ~,.~! n .r pital Memorial Fund are as fol- ter. It was decided to invite [ Hat Show. The memoers t _ - - P.~P -:,, i hter and son., la~..,.. " i ~a. ~,,~ ...- - . makers oz omorrow w.l ed to Martinsburg. He was ap- rey Lorraine to Arthur Wayne g "." ____ " ........... ........ "--'_ "..".~n~ ~ ~} lows" friends of the club members to] modeled their creations(which " / r!" ..... pointed general superintendent/poffenberger son of Mr and Frank Comer in Ranson. Fi'el d Un"-, In' memo of Mrs James G attend with them. The admission [were udged by Mrs. uariana tere.a m competmon tOTo of the company's nine operating Mrs Arthur 'Poffenberger, Route Mr and Mrs. Jack Jewell of ~,~:uu~..~e,a,,l,l~ " " "~ "e Charlesprice will be one dollar. Moore Sr. and Mrs. S. H. Stone states ttomemaKer o~ ~ ~,~*~ i, t~ ..... ~a~' 1948 o ~ .... r, ........ "c'r~l,~ '1" .... ~vo thoir son|derwriter in 1952, Mr. Trussell Shirley from Employe s ................. ]Prizes were awarded to the fol- The $110,000 homema~ ,.... - - ,oo,ooo,o ,,,,. v -, o ..... an mrs mrs Mar e bmltn szsoweu ~ ....... . ..... 'ce res " "" ..... ":" ...... n joined Shenadoah Life in the Town rostotfice, ~ar. a . " g lowin rettiest 1st, Mrs Betsy ucation program sponso . the appointment as vl p Miss Wyand is a graduate of Jackm a b~rthday party on Ja..i,,,.,e Office in 1940 He is a grad James E. Gore Win. Baker Hall, church mformatmn cards to belt,,,, g. P~~ ~ "~ .... ~" ,~ C, eneral Mills offers a $I,50 ~aent ot operations_was mate m Boonsboro High School m the uar y 8. Those presen~ were ~ol~[uate of the Life Insurance Mar- Mr .and Mrs. Richard Pue, Miss distmbuted to the ~ca! business[ ~.,- ~,~ ~-~ Mr~ P~ti~ Jen larshin to the first ranking Novemoer, l~a~ when tHe con]- clasSof.I958. She is presently em and ~ary uprigHt, ~acK. le an /keting School at Southern Meth- Louisia Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. places. Mrs. Peggy ~ngie announ/...ns".."~n~~Mr~-V~an~l'a-Perrv " each state and $50 scholat~ piny was acquired oy American ployed by the Potomac Light & Darlene Armstrong, ~ut~, ~eO-iodist University and has comple- E Stewart, Harpers Ferry,, W. ced the Story Hour to be held|K~; :: . . ..... r Helen the state's second ranking Marietta ~ompany. _ ~. . Power Company in Shepherds-rge and wayne ~tone, t;aroiyn[ ted studies at advanced underwri Va, Miss Lucy J. Ambler, Thorn this Saturday morning at the Li-[. lv ost o rlglnal-lSL.~v~ s.,~ - ipant Stanuaru Lime ana ~;ement town W Va Turner, t~annie Armstrong, Jonn/ ..... ...... ~a +...^S m ~ .... Mrs James Bartlett brarv for children between the/Anaers; znu, ~v~rs. J~laay ~moot. . - - , tin seminars t~e zs uzazzseu ,.u w, x. ,=,,~, . - I Company is engaged in the re[n- u, v-~-.,~. ..... ~o ~ ...... a Lilly, Warren Jenkins, Romney,[,,.~ ...... ~o, ~o,~h areen- ui~ H-On V Martin and Mrs R ages of 6-8 | Following the program dehc- State Homemakers o mg and quarrying of stone I or Hate of Bonsboro High School in Mmkey and Susan plllow,.Nellle|wood Mr and Mrs. Trussell and L. Maeoughtryand Miss Shirley This being Mothers Night the[ !ous refreshments were served by row and their facuRY a the.manmacture re.cement2 mats the class of ]957 and is employed ann ennie_E gna o, ,Annie three" suns'reside at Route 4, Rod Maeoughtry. club had three mothers who were tree Hostesses. ceive an expense.pal ea of all operations. . . Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Le i ..... Rile i uced her of Tomorrow whose scl ths hobbms are fishing, hunt permtendent m August, 1944 In r, ht of Leetown. Mrs Eddie Have Stor Hour At B. Hammond.. ..... Mrs.. Betty ~ y ntrod Of Tomorrow a~ HFHS ........ . - .,. . . " . . Up "g . " " [ Y In memo ot r~. t;. ~urr,, ~ac visitor ~vzrs. Jean t~aval. , is inc~easea to ~a,ut~. ing and golfing and it is indicated 1948 he was appointed assistant Stone of Hlllsboro, Va. and Mr. - .......... ~I'~i ~v,~m Mr ~nd Mr.~ Mr.~ Mar~ie Barker ~ave a re- mh,~ lag1 ll~ttv Crnekor Hara~- third and fourth ranking these activities will be very much generaL supermtenaent ana in and Mrs Jack Jewell. Those who* r rUnleUOu, ~. ..... ,-- ............................. ~ ..... ~.~2. .... ~ v-~;---- ------- ....a. .... 'v,,~-rrow in '~ in th..,,m,,,'e as he and Mrs November, 1954 was promoted to ....... ~. ...... a h,,, sent .res./L|bral turday Roscoe Payne. port on the Chrlstm~s basket maker ot Tomorrow ~or riarpers :- .... ?.."t ..... ~'. -, ;7 "-~ ~." .... .......... = ...... , ...... ~ .... .~ ...... ~.^.. coum .o~ a~i ..... v I -- which she and her committee de Ferry high school is Judy Ann mn wut nave meir s~ Garvin oegan a zelsure!y t~.lp ~e.e~. ~upell.le.ue.~ w.~,, I raised to $4,000, $3,0ou south and perhaps west in mid- Stanaara oecame a sut)siaiary [ 000 respectl'vely. January. American-Marietta Company. Ite . ~... Mr, Mueller was employed by was appointed assistant vice-pres Pearl Harbor Standard in June 1936 after ser-ident of operations in December ving as engineer and geologist of 1959 and has served in that ca- A .Cash, electronics with the U, S. Engineers, War pacity until his recent promotion third class, USN, son Department, the U. S. Geologist to vice-president in charge of op- Mrs. A. B. Cash Survey and American Zinc Com- erations of the company's eight is serving aboard the piny of Tennessee, following his operating plants, the largest of USS Greenfish operating graduation from the University which is the Martinsburg cement Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, of Alabama School of Mines. plant, His first position with Standard He will continue as vice-presi- IAme and Cement Company was dent of operations for the Dragon ~| that of mining engineer, tie was Cement Company with plants in Lewis Rissler and C. A. Hehle It^he Id t in hint 'can to meet with them. All mem J ~mmvBm~p i,l~Bi in ovmi promoted to mine superintendentNorthampton, Pa. and Thomas- were in Charleston, W. Va. from , ..... , m bers Of the class are urged to at- Sunday through Wednesday ~_~i~n Wi~ |nwoo~ [tend Sunday and bring a' guest in 1941 and ~ted plant st-. ton, Maine. where they attended the inaugur ........... I with them. i ation OT-Governor W. W. Barron. Bunker Hill Clubs I -- business man of the Jefferson The Charles Town Llons Club Men's Bible Classes Meet I Phone 399 Hardware Company in Charles' i Town is a patient in the Univer-lnmtred to Inwood Tuesday even-'.o .for a joint session with the " " "" "" REBUILT COMPLETE Charles Town sity Hospital in Charlottesville, " g . At amm t;nurcn jan. zy 3- SHELF ENAMEL Inwood-Bunker Hill Lions. A de- [ -- E L E C T R O L U X NEWBERRY sins, Mr. and Mrs. R.Va" Cary Smith lightfUlThere will dinner was served at the ibeno dinner meet-The Fifth Sunday meeting of mu (I 2 997 Mr. Richard B. Smith Jr" spent Musselman High School.' |Men's Bible Classes in Charles SRW EI_EA pE Saturday afternoon with his cot-: Town and Ranson will be held R ,i n.l/ili~'iimTV TABLI A NEW SEA$0H CALLS of Haymarket, V a. On Sunday he ing on Jan. 24th as the club will iSunday, January 29th at the Hap- visited his son Mason at The meet on Wednesday with the Jr. I tist Church in Charles Town. The Dinner and will hold their 30th. the occasion is expected to be an REGUL A $3.98 FOR A NEW CASUAL Stoutarmyre School, Bridgewater Chambers Distinguished Award ' speaker and also the program for U RLY $39.98 Va. ' ' Chapter Anniversary celebratio~ 'nounced next week those in char- Guaranteed Value RLY ." Miss Louise Easterday spent on Saturday, Jan. 28 with dinner ge of the meeting said today. It's easy to wear, easy to coordinate ~he weekend with her parents Mr. served at the Blue Grass Inn J -- ------ 4 - OZ. WORSTED 8 - INCH BOUDOIR --a casual for your most carefree moments, and Mrs. Paul Easterday. in the Thomas Jefferson Hotel wm ALL WOOL NEWBERRY UTILITY NF Mrs. Thomas Shull and daugh- and dance to follow at the Moose au$~,q.~-~.||~a vvm,, Styled by Trim Tred in glove soft leather ter Mrs. Ruth Viands spent Sat- Home Banquet room. past Inter- H v", and a wedge heel that assu es our after hour urday afternoon with her daugh- national President Dudley Simms mmUV~ /II~IIG;3~IYI~ foot ease. The price is casual too, only ter Lillie Kelley in Berryville, Va. of Charleston will be the speaker .....- , [ Black,, Brown, Beige, Gray or White Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey had of the evening. Also, various club varw te ruarv ll , a birthday dinner for their son in the area have been invited to l "~ "~ Gerald on Sunday. Those present attend. " i " ! The Jefferson County Jaycee- REGULARLY' $1.19 SPECIAL REGULARLY 49e ~ were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dorsey ,~m | ~' ram | ,ettes met at the home of Mrs. ' . ' ~~ ~ and'family' Brunswick' Md" Mr" ~narie, |0wn .|gn i Nrman Kisner fr their regularDECORATED 60X76 and Mrs. Buddy Smoot and child R , a it_ 'r___L 'meeting onThursday, January 12 ren and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grant rr|nc|pal ~o . at 8 p.m. SET OF SIX NEWBERRY ALL COTTON and children. ~, .,~ ~ -] i A committee was chosen to Shoes For l~'omen Mrs. Ann Clem of Ranson visi- uass aJ nepnem I nominate a young man for the " On Monday night she attended aWilliam J. Brown, resident o~ Betty Ennis and Ann Propps ldl ,Ol ted Mrs. Joan Carson on Sunday. _ , . o Distinguished Service ,waru. Stanley Party at the home of Mrs. Charles Town and prmipa~ ot were named to this committee. Betty Jackson in Charles Town. Charles Town Sr. High School, , It was reported that Mrs. O. S. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson will teach a night class rin physi" Bloom, last year's winner of the REGULARLY 79c VALUE REGULARLY $1.29 near town and Mr. and Mrs. cal science at Shepherd College Outstanding Woman Award will Ed Bohrer, Martinsburg visited the second semester, Dr. A. G. make the 'presentation to this tthe Slushers and Wilsons in Lee- Slonaker, academic dean, has an- year's winner at the D. S. A. din USE YOUR CREDIT JUST SAY "CHARGE town on Sunday. nounced. The course, Physical Her on January 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gene Science 104 will be held Wednes- The next meeting February 9 Charles Town are theday evenings from 6 until 8:30. will be held at the Pot. Light PoT proud parents of a baby girl Cy-I Mr. Brown, with an A. B. de- er Company with a demonstrat- nthia Jean, born January 12 in gree from Salem College, re~eiv- ion on "Let's Have a Party" to be the Winchester Memorial Hospit ed his M. S. degree from West presented by Mrs. Wyrick. Each al, Winchester, Va. Mrs. Costello Virginia University last summer, member was asked to bring a PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN Narrow or Wide Widths is the former Miss Lillian Marie ~ Prior to this, he taught physial guest if she wished. Carter. I science in Doddridge County. In Plans were made for our an.