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February 2, 1961

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PERSONAL ACTIVI IES IN , . . G. E. Webb B. Johnson la Belle Jonnson, 83, !e home of her son a:von in Dargon, Md. rs Ferry on Friday af- 2:40 Cclock after a A resident of Dargon 'ears she was born at Lock, Md. May 19, 1877 aughter of the late Mr. ~.. Franklin Zimmerman. ring children are sur- daughters, Mrs. Della [er and Mrs. Beatrice ~o:h of Fairplay, Md., Charles, Arthur and "f D~r~.on; seventeen thirty six great and one great Her entire life was dent Order c,f Odd FclI ,w cf liar Church at 12:20 o'clock p. m. pers Ferry installed officers t'or Trailer Home Destroyed Saturday night visitors of Mr. and the eurrent term at lheir regular A Trailer home was completely Mrs. Millard Ott anti (laughters Imeeting on last Monday evening, destroyed by fire on last Friday Jamie aml Kalhy. Deputy (;rand Master I)onahl in nearby l,oudoun CounW, Va. Mrs. Edith Garrelt of Chestnut Fields of Martinsburg officiated It was owned and oeeupied by IIill were recent visitors of her Telephone 2492 with the following officers pres- Mr. and Mrs. John Clatterbuek daughter Mrs. Stella Painter and '('nt being formally installed: B. and family. We underfand that family. M. Stallings, Noble Grand; M. C. the oil furnaee heating the trail- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and al service was held with the Rev. Fields, Vice Grand; I,. L. Reek, er exploded. No further details daughter Cindy were recent call- Carroll Churchey officiating. Bur secretary and Roy S. Butts chap- have been learned, ers of the formers parents Mr. ial~ was made in Sample Manor lin. A progress report by the Un- We read about the Starling sit and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and dau Cemetery. ited Nations Pilgrimage Commit- uation in nearby areas but we ghters Arbutus and Antionnette have found that the little town at Chestnut tiill. Mr. Joseph (Pete)Zombro who tee which is sponsoring a high of Bolivar seems to have moreI Mr and Mrs Donald eden and has been very much indisposed school student was present. The for some time after suffering a project is in full swing and the than their share of these unpop-!sons "Guy and Frank and daugh- pareletic stroke is beginning to final selection of the candidates ular birds. They have invaded lier Donna of Ranson, Mr. and show marked improvement we will be announced at an), time. chicken houses by the hundreds Mrs. Philip eden and daughter are glad to say. llad Sledding Accident where they could find an entran- Liza Ann and Mrs. Pauline Ott Worse Winter In Years Lewis Lancaster, 11 year old ce and sit in trees around homes and Mr. Brent Davidson of Har- Older residents are saying that son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lan- cause a lot of work and trouble pers Ferry were Sunday visitors ]this winter is the worse in many caster of Bolivar was in'jured in and take all food from smaller of Mrs. Nellie eden and family. years with more zero weather and a sledding accident on Friday birds , Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were deeper snows then we recall. Just afternoon near the Harpers Ferry Financial Statement --Friendship Sunday visitors of her mother one snow falling on top of an- Post Office The boy was sled rid- Fire Company-1960 Mrs. Carrie Johnson at Millville. other has sure beeu a drawback ing on the highway and had hook Balance on hand Jan. I, 1960-- Mrs. Nellie eden, Mr. Lester in every way throughout this en- ed his sled onto the back of a $1,359.53. Ot and Mr. Billy eden were Sat- tire area, causing plenty of hard Capital Bread Truck driven by Receipts: Membership Fees, urday evening visitors of Mrs. Es ships in more ways then one. Lo- Mr. Ward Pierce of Hagerstown, $54.00; Donations, $3,757.17; Bin- ther eden and family at Ranson. inn and daughter. Mr. anti Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut tlill were reeent, visitors of the litters mother Mrs. I. 1). Ot and brother Mr. Harry E. ()It. Mrs. T. D. Ott is on the sick list. We wish her a speedy recov ery. Pvt. Richard D. Miller To Participate In Winter Maneuvers In Germany Schweinfurt, Germany (Att- TNC)--Army Pet. Richard D. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Char les W. Miller, 223 S. Spring St., Martinsburg, is scheduled to par- ticipate with other personnel from the 37th Arlnor in Exercise Winter Shield II to be held Feb. 2-8 at the Grafenwohr-Hohenfels training area in southern Ger- , PrRrr AOVOeA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' '2, 1961 2--B manv. training; in the employment of Winter Shield, an annual Seven advanced weapons. th U. S. Army winter field tram- I Miller, a lank crewman in the inn maneuvers will involve 60.01)0 armor's Company B in Schwein- U. S. Army, German and French furl, entered the ArmY in May troops and will mark the high-1959 and receive(l basic combat point of a year's training fortrainin~ at Fort Benning, Ga. NATO's "Pyramid of Power". The 19 vear old soldier attend- The maneuver will provide!ed Martinsburg tligh School. training under simulated combat 1 conditions for the individual sol- USE~DS I dier and leaders at all command levee intensive ] GO TO CI~'SUNDAY Fashi0n Model's Hearing Secret! Kathleen Hanley, popular New York fashion model, is hard of hearing - but no one would know it I She wears the ~::i ! : latest Sonotone hearing aid with all the latest styles.With- out it, she says, she couldn't be a success. She wears her Sonotone at AT APPLIANCE 'DEALER STORES V' ' INSURANCE gOMPANY Q~UP LIGHT CO. %;*, :, ew Appliance lmtalbd Today and Save w/th the I* Mlation ! Thh offer good until March 31st l I By Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughter Donna and sons Guy and Frank of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and daughters Linda and Dianne and sons Ted. dy, Randy, Joey and Rickey were Friday evening callers of Mrs. eden and family. Mr. Dodson 9-9 Friday DE PT S TO R E ; Saturday :Store ? Hours: 9-9 "~ 99 "CHARLES TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER OF FREE PARKING AT ALL TIMES! ho .me clean, save work, operate quickly, and and Nt in gnywheml alwaD tall.., rge Cox. Most of the students are happy to be back in school after a three day holiday But no happier than most of the niothers. :Store " Hours: Dargoxi vicinity and cal Government workers were dis Md. As Mr. Pierce turned from go Receipts, $452.49; Carnival Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and son ,member of the Church missed from work early on Thurs the main highway to enter Union (Gross Proceed) $2,556.92; Misc. of Charles Town ' spent ~veral Samples Manor. The day evening due to weather con- Street, the boy was thrown from i$467.05. Total Receipts $7,287.63. days last week with Mr. and Mrs. at Eackles Funeral ditions and rapidly falling snow. the sled in front of a car driven Total Receipts plus Bal. Jan. 1, Millard D. Ott and daughters Saturday at 4 o clock [Commuters at Shepherd College by a resident of Bolivar. Mr. Pier 1960, $8,647.16. Jamie and Kathy. it was removed to were released early on Thursday ce did not know about the acci- Disbursements: Gas- Oil-Batter- Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of I IMN [IlU DII . dozens of fashion shows and of a son Charles in Dar- afternoon on account of the :lent and the driver of the ear ies, $281.61; Janitor Salary $195.- Chestnut Hill were recent viistors LII~ULLUI~I " nuqJJ picture assignments . . . and 'e it remained until one iheavy snowfall. With more snow could not be blamed for the acci- 00; Telephone $159.49; Electricity of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner ........ no one ever spots it. Her )re funeral services at 2 predicted we wonder how mtmh dent. The child was immediately 237.75; Postage-Stationery, $95.15 and family. ~N~] |||~' on Monday afternoon i worse it can get. removed to Charles Town General Association Dues, 22.00; Truck Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and ........ secret: It's worn behind the ~as removed to the Chur i Odd Fellows Offieer~ Hospital where x-ra~s have been Repairs, 397.10; Equipment Re- sons Steve, Keith, Terry and ____ ear, covered by her hairdo. :1 from where the tuner- Virginia Lodge No. 1 Indepen- taken He is still a patient there airs 77 65; Insurance (Trucks & Glenn were recent callers of Mr No part of her hearing aid .,~: :~: "--- ........... I " * " p " " ' " is worn on the body. :i~ i[ OP" LOOK His mosepainfulinjuryseemed Men)$257.36;NewEquipmentandMrsRovPulseandfamilv ,, ,.,. T4 to be in the kidney region of his 2,330.18; Radio Equipment 1500: at ~Iiddleway: - our ~tore flours: Sonotone can he]p you, as back. Lewis is a fifth grade pupil 00; Carnival Expenses 1562.95; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seahm and we have helped Kathleen iii~, :: n the local Elementary School. Sawn s Account 1000 00, Misc son David of Washm on D C Tu sd Hanley. Call, drop in or write ).!i~:: Birthday Dinner , 130.40g Total Disbursements $8: were Sunday visitors got~ ('he "for: OPEN Monday, e iF, for full information about ~: . A birthday dinner and party 246.64. Balance on hand Jan. 1, mers parents Rev. and Mrs. Ar- Thursday 9:00 to 5:00 P.M. our new hearing aids-plus an J I AT WHAT YOURp was served at the home of Mr. 1961, $400.52. thur Beahm and family, illustrated fashion book. Let J!i land Mrs Lewis Meadows on Sun Mr and Mrs Donald Oden and ~x~^a.~a.., o .fin at.1) .ha us show how YOU, too, can ~ii: er na and sons Gu ,, ~-u,u,;~u,~7 a .~v ,,u.~,, .vv I CTRIC AP LIANC! day inhonorofthebirthdaysof ~FI~A..I~V*'|||* daught Don : ,, Y look yotlr best,hear your best. "~i::~ iil I Dawn 6 and Craig Lewis 2. Craig .......... and Mrs. Theodore Ott and daugh Friday 9:00 to 6:00 P. M. their two small children Crystle uyhL~flL~rs. xszel lamsteaoJLL1-- and Frankie of Ranson and Mr. arrived on hi~ sisters fourthbir- ters Linda and Diane and sons SON(] ? thday. Only the immediate mere .... in d ~ Teddy, Randy, Joey and Rickey and Saturday--- I bers of the families of the father l~n~eo~r~aw~e,,, uql,-" dau,,hter of:wer6 Friday evening callers of ~r JI IrO~UKflll.~liO youngstersand motherreceivedWere present.some attract-The Mr.-~"::ff~r~ ~PauI'~Iiller Jr~..u .--~. . . eniMr. .and Mrs. Merle Oden and 9"00 A.M to 9:00 P.M $0NOTOH[ ( ig(,! ; ~t! [Vl~a rg;fet.kide "Se rv lee g ! taff:]:dd: u:t ::~ooSrS D e;: e bud tg;~D! nda~Urge2~i ,,,,|~,,,~=,,!, ROY B. FURR, Manager , On Feb. 12 there will be a char. taee~r tKn~id:~ :g~l:!!tl; ..... ,Shelia o hestn " " ,|,,LLUlLiiVL, ~ ternoon favors were rlot)ons zort. ge wide service at Bohvar Metho- . ..... ; -'rls with matchin" :ztors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. RT 1 dist Church beginning at 7:30 p. ~noe2Z~uethg~ir kittens Ellen se~. on Wednesday evening. Charles Town, W. Va. Phone Hagersotwn REgent 3-3242 i" ERT STA m Dr. Wood from Baltimore will l~_ .............. "d_..a~;~[ Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and son ]be thespeaker. He is the,tneot.g~'~s.~ce c'i~hl". ~'~nr~'~: [of Charles Town were recent visi III or Charles Town 825 :UFF 0 961 . live secretary of the Baltimore I ------ | '" II ~i I I iCnferenceNursingHme'HisLeCt"wlm-~)"~'~"*'~'~""nsla""ed[~~i l~~~ ..... = Itend th,s servme. Memb rshlpt ..... ire,-" .e, ow, I 1=!"i!"!1 lr lr .~-:_~l P "' " e ." Ellen s sixth birthday and the [classes will be held during the [z(lea wa~T:w~tton ~tuckev ha~ en-[ m ~ ~ ~~/~ ~./RE.~,C E i" ~A~~O~ Lenten season at the above chug-" ..... . " it "n " ~ 2 toted Washington County Hosp I ch begz n]ng on l~eb. 1 from ................ ~-..ervation l~ Ii I I 1 ~/~~)q ested will lease notffv the has" Clearbrook, Va ~ -- l" ' p " " _' .. s-, Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs I n ~ il I ]tr'Rev'McClay" o the '' 'NCE SPECIALS M V 1~ af ~ho Boliv~" ~T. Fred SmRh were Mr. and Mrs. [ The .................. I Albert Bennett of Inwood. gn~xB~i~gd:y Br~tneSWioC~ M~l~:n ! piM~'SedFr~:k P~iwel~aSyr wa?h haS! iTI (= Pn lthdlst Church have planned t e ked t meet a heavy cold and h~gh blood press RECrRIC ,~,ureMr. andMrs. MarshallEdwards " IEN SWEATE v sTA || ~ . ,~Jandson. MarshalIJr. andCharles - ' #S R E ND " ''J ' :'~ r, ' / ]Sims of Middleway and Mr. and ril~Al~ll/ kdAl~ im I~l~au~n~mm~ [ / l Mrs. Roy Grove and daughter ~r'A~|= ~IA~ [= ~AYCfllC3 NSTALLATION \" lie . 'da-visitors at the home of Mr A,ssorted Sizes and Patterns k.~ \\~l)~ .] ~ : .... | I Nancy of Martinsburg were Sun- i Y " ~,/ Tlr ib /4 / L" H *Jl WI:ATI:D( and Mrs George Hflllard ]l| " "h Regular $2.99 and $5.99 )N! THESE APPUANCES! ' , Mr. and Mrs. Nor ax tWh] et e " | I ~[~ ~ I ~attended the funera 0 SALE $11 .97 and $~.47 Regular $4.99 to 5.99 |] ~,,~[ , i me~-s brothers-in-law Mr. Fred JL ~ SALE $II.00 and / l ~_...1P' ~ I Benoit of Landover Hills, Md. on [ l ~ I Friday Mrs. Whetzel journeyea '| ,' to L~n'd0ver Hills on Wednesday A.*.D'r*..**(~J,JA..|** M HIS DR I FROM ANY BkE rRIC APPLIANCE DEALER //mmn r r r T T ? o I to be with her sister-in-law Mr. 14aOl l|LW l,tmt ,n nUnjL INI JR SERVICE AREAl A LIMITED TIME OFFERI / I Whetzel joined her on Friday . //mur r cu- andthey returr ed home Sunday. Shower Curtams---Cafe and Valance Sets and CaSes E ESS SH RTS / / .... - ..... I Mis Linda Hilliard has return- Values from 99e to $2.99 | 1U ill LIP U H P V | ed home after being a patient at White or Colo ed---Sizes 1, - 17 [ l/ lU ~ n I|l ~ ~ U I King Daughters Hospital for see- SALE From A=Te to $11.88 SALE $ ql .00 / I eral days. .. " ~/ NEW l drh: ItANGE .... ,., ...... I The Evergreen 4-n czuo will ,, .It /1o i:, wa$flmgtofl ;>z, I hold its regular'monthly meeting Speed tad enlcieocy are the top [ * , ' *"'i'1 Let the Presbyterian Church, Feb. B' = ~ = " ^ ^" ~ ' ............ T ,carafes in today's electric ranges. | Chaili~S Town : I* 6teate7:30aPha~l" Pal~t~navNed:rgde r" ~ F 2 u u u, a LAD!ES ASSOR ED WOO L 1-'~: ! And eree hzsudhdon saves money / l ' | I of the program. Regular .uuc yarn. MFRCHAHDI~F o,-u ..,, =od,,,l PHONE 780 'l We are all happy to know Mrs, ~.TT~ ~" ,~ - " .i,:: i , i ::. ?: ~;~| home after being a' patient at ~ t/'_ !'~': , Launder without Labor with an / PRESCRIPTION Charles Town General Hospital. 'at Grae E. &fR.WrshiPchurchServiCeSsunday ~ 1-- -- "/2_ _PRICS" EALE $E "'11 i~ , .......u...i.v..-. ~.~), W0rship Services at the Presby .... " BOY Sw[ATE NEW l,~dd,: WATER HEATER ~ ~ -~-~ .... terian Church will be held Sun- I A D I F ~ H A T ~" " dayat9a m with S S at 10a .--..-.. ..r~: . iR~ I[I (ha(, the bi, new, about l , m. Instead of thellr eUel rjon:e ;y Regular $1.99 to $8.99 !S with the auxiliary o . ,, 52kJL#]2 [O Sizes 6 - ~: ]~:l todtT's electric water hestet~. Have ~\x~IP11T1~y1,,l|V!vDl~|tT! ~rlf~1- mg me czrcz.e n Feb 23 ~--,t ~ -- .--- . c,---- ~m BI I'Ll bet w.,~r when a~d whe,e you ~. ,~,~ The Youth Fellowsnip wi,, am.i .-! Nil'.ill w., it. ,ee l lectric Imlmllation have .charge Values to $4.99-- $44 i11!.--~ !'1 th,I price down! Spei.l rat, ~1~_ I~ ~ at 9:30 a. m. ~unday School will IP n t I# r ~ I. i ~ ,- i~i~ assures economy of operation. ~u~t~'AAA q,... ~ daybe at 10:30 a. m. Mr. John McCarty WaSandinstalledMr. IrvinaS Eld~(H lanS~. I L V r llW A llrRegular_- 25c each A SSORTED S H 0 Monte Stuckey were oraainea ...... ..~v _..~, and installed to serve as Deacons. SALE L~ for !:il, : NEW DRYER -- .. t- Those who received perfect at- h Men's - Women's and Childrens 4 p - Mrs. Ozalene Russell, Ron, yon, ,..~= ~m =m=ffi==~ ~,~A ~: ~._.ffif,,~'~#~'~, tendance awards for 1960 were Values to $7.99 UuChi.emdevisedomofthemdbd Alyce Ann and Cyntl~la Russell, WIIIII XIIPF K MII: SALES1.67 or 2 for ').01 1 i elecwic dryer. No weather worries, lu~m forms M insurancL If a merchant Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heinz ana vv vvu,, -.. u, wanted to shl 100 ackages down the Sarah and Steve, uaroiyn anu , ._ . -.-- 1 [ Mtkes clothes fluff'] dr,/in minutes. "P P " " ......... d 'ar values to .... ,ql danger0us Yangtze R,ver he w~uld ~arDara rmssen, x~mua a" ~. . | A ~le, , (:haose aay new model and save ' tter Mar" Pauline Welsh II 0 ,'J.: " with freeinstMlation! ~ Ftace one package on each of l00 anaen Pot~.;,t~u~er~ .,,,:Y';'in-ham~ . ' La ,,C, I)RESI Then ff a boat sank he lost y one , . , .... Women s Guild and Me0 s Bro- , tt r , acka~e instead of hts entire shtpment. !~ I P therhood will meet at the Educat" ~lnr~an:n ~Wl:h IIR ' L ,ge Selection This, same principle of "sharing the tonal Building Thursday, Feb. 9 ,1~ ,W IIIIVI~'I~'lk'l~ ~PVtr krl , nHuunu risk underlies our moaem wslem of at 7:30 p.m. L M T,. K'T, .... , AT.E .77 Values to $8.99---- SALE ,88 insurance~ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Luckett of ~ ~'~ " "" ........ "~ "-- : Shepherdstown were Friday even 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town " PHONE 7S0: PRESCRIPTION : SERVICE .' APPLIANCES u,'l YOU shoulder all th0 ,.. I~" ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Geo-