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III II I I I I t I III I I I A He is beginning to appreciate the fact-- but he is still a long way from being able to deal with it... A youngster's depen- dent years are many--and many a par- ent has helped assure continuing help through a Trust agreement with us. WE WILL WELCOME AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCUSSION WITH YOU AND YOUR LAWYER. ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE" Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION T S. Charles F. Brown In Exercise Long Pass Clark Field, Phillippines t U. S. Forces, Phillippines (AHTNC)-Army Sgt. Charles F. Brown, son of Mrs. Georgie L. Brown, Route 2, Charles Town, W. Va., is participating with other personnel from the 25th In fantry Division in Exercise Long Pass, a mobility training exercise at the Clark Air Base-Stotsenberg training area in the Phillippines. The exercise, involving almost 6,- 000 U. S. Army and Air Force per sonnel from the continental U. S. tIawaii, Okinawa and the Phillip- pines, is scheduled to end Feb. f22. Long Pass is designed to test the flexibility and airlift capab- ility of U. S. fighting forces on a global scope. The exercise is one of the largest peacetime mobility training exercises ever undertak- en. The first phase of the exercise included the combat airlift of Army and Air Force troops from widely dispersed military install- ations in the U. S. and the Far East. Following an air strike and paratroop drop, the second phase of the exercise involves joint air- ground maneuvers against an ag- gressor force in simulated com- bat. Sergeant Brown's unit will re- turn to its home stationed at the conclusion of the exercise. Brown is regularly assigned as a fire team leader in Company E of the division's 27th Infantry at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. He entered the Army in February 1952 and was last stationed at Fort Story, Va. LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dolly, daughter and son of Cumberland spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eye and daugh- ter and Mr. and Mrs. James My- ers and daughter. Miss Joyce Gageby spent the weekend with Miss Becky Stum- baugh in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby and family at Reedson Sunday. Miss Dorrene Gageby of Wash- ington was home for the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby and brother Glenn. She had not been home .... since New Years holidays due to bad weather. -- Ml's. Kathryn Welty visited , ' Mrs. Mary Engle at Reedson, Sun- Prepardness" over to Mrs. Ralph tan Club at their March meeting, day night. Renaud who gave a very interest- Plans were also discussed for Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby ing talk on the lesson and had our Public meeting. The program spent Sunday afternoon with By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr pictures to explain many points, committee will meet this week to their son David and family near ------- She said if 75% of the people complete these plans and present Charles Town. Mrs. John Poland and Mrs. Eldwere prepared it would be a long them at our next meeting. Abner Mr. and Mrs: Kenneth Penwell ridge Baker of Martinsburg visi- time before we have any war. Ware, vice-president was in char and two sons of near Chestnut ted Tuesday with Mrs. J. S. Loc- After the lesson the members ge of the Devotions and Program Hill spent Sunday with Mr. and ke. Mrs. Frank Cummings and finished making their ceramic using as his topic "Time . A de- Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. trivets, monstration was given by Scott Mrs. Penwell is Mrs. Breeden's children of Harpers Ferry visited Next meeting will be at the Coyle. A pleasant social hour fol- sister. Wednesday with Mrs. Billy home of Mrs. Ily Bratina March lowed with Jeff Sagle in charge Mrs. Bessie Gageby visited Miss Owens and children. 15 at 1:30 for an afternoon meet- of recreation. Cokes were served es Maude and Anna Harrison in Farm Women Meet ing. by the hostess. Our next meeting Sandy Hook, Md. last Wednesday. The Leetown Farm Women's Don't forget the Women's Soc will be March 3 at the home of Mr. Neale Ambrose was at New Club met Wednesday for an all iety of Christian Service will G. E. Tabb at 7:3U. ton D. Baker Veterans Hospital day meeting at the home of Mrs. last week for x-rays and obser- F. P. Owens, "Sunburst Ridge", meet Friday night at the home Sunday visitors at the "Slush- vation He is due back this week of Mrs. Warren Collis. ers and Wilsons" were Mr. and[after consultation and consider- with Mrs. William Harris as co- There were only three mere- Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. hostess, We had 20 members and bers of the Leetown Farm Worn- Eddie BohrerEoJ Big Pool, Md., ation about his condition. He may Mr. and Mrs. Boh er of Mar- then be hospitalized. several visitors present. The meeting was called to or- der by the president Mrs. David Bell. Miss Mary Magaha led the devotions and also read some Val entine poems. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary Mrs. F. P. Owens and approved, the treasurer report was given. It was decided by the club mere bers to serve a supper in April to the Leetown Ruritan Club. Mrs. Leon Upright was chosen for Captain for the Red Cross drive in this community with othesrs to .help her. The Sunshine Basket was pass- ed and received $3.23. After the business was finished the mem- bers started working on their ceramic trivets. Then we had a delicious lunch served by the hos tess which everyone enjoyed. The lesson leader Mrs. W. L. Barren turned the lesson "Home en's Club who attended Home Central Friday afternoon, Mrs. Ily Bratina, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr and Miss Mary Magaha. Preaching service Sunday mor. sing February 26 at the Leetown Methodist Church by the pastor, Rev. Samuel Butcher at 9:45, Sunday School at 10:45. Miss Emma Ruth Bradley of Charles Town spent the weekend with Miss Lois Ann Brewer. Mrs. Marion Blue and children visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Perks in Charles Town one day recently. 4-H Club Meeting At the Leetown Toppers 4-H Club meeting last week there were thirteen members present. President Max Bell called the meeting to order. The meeting was opened with the Song W. Va. Boys and Girls. Plans were made to serve the supper to the Ruri. tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. and Gall of Leetown. The Busy Workers 4-H Club are serfving the supper to the Ruri- an Club Wednesday night, Feb- ~uary 22. The Leetown Busy Workers 4-H Club had their meeting at the Methodist Church Friday night. Their next meeting will be March 3 at the home of Diane Collis. Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. was a caller Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. was a caller Saturday even- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family visited Mrs. Owen Johnston and sons near Ranson Sunday evening. Mrs. Bryan Hoffmaster was a patient in The Kings Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg for sev- eral days last week. She under- went slight surgery Friday and returned home Sunday. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY spent the night with Dougie Win kler, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were visi- ing with his mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler and Dougie were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Winklers par. ents Mr. and Mrs. Clay Smith. In the evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Bobble Smith tors Sunday evening with Mrs. r Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens and sons visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Jones. Mrs. F. P. Owens attended the Lincoln Day Dinner in Martins- burg Monday evening. 0 0 You can save money by using our mobile feed mixing service. We come right to your farm with our'mobile unit.., grind and mix your home-grown grains, hays and roughages . . . with molasses . . . and with quality WAYNE Supplements. You get a better, more productive feed, made right on your farm, and made at less cost to you. You save money--time--- labor. I l ,r Just let us know when you want us---we'll come to your farm, grind your grain, mix with WAYNE Supplements, molasses, minerals--as needed---to make exactly the kind of feed you want. Our mobile on-the-farm feed service will cut your feeding costs --and lighten your work! Call us. P. O. RIPPON, W. VA. PHONE CHARLES TOWN 9- F. 032 LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Death of Mrs. Luckett a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mabel Luckett, aged 85, Mrs. M. E. Benges on Oct. 20, died at the home for Incurables 1894. Survivors are her husband in Washington, D. C. on Friday, Feb. 10 after being in the home for several years. She was the wi- dow of the late Samuel Ashby Luc kett. They were residents of Bol- ivar for many years having built a home on Jackson Street, where they lived for quite some time before going to Kensington, Md. to live with their son, George N. Luckett. Mr. Luckett died about two years ago at the age of 92 years. Survivors are one daughter, Miss Mary Ruth Luckett of Los Angeles, California, George Nel- son of Silver Spring, Md. and Samuel Earl of Bolivar. Four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The body rested in the Pumphrey Funeral Home in Silver Spring. Graveside ser- vices were held on Monday, Feb. 13 at 3 o'clock p. m. at Fort Lin- coln Cemetery. John Littleton, senior in ttar- pers Ferry High School and Er- nie Webb, freshman in Shep- herd College spent the weekend in New York City visiting Mr. William Hershy, president of Cor nell University and also an Ar- cheologist, having served for Nat- ional Monument at Harpers Ferry some time ago a few years ago. The boys spent a very pleasant weekend. They toured the Uni- versity while in the city of New York. John has been named a- mong the finalists in the '60 and '61 National Merit Scholarship Program competition and has been awarded a Certificate of Merit. We congratulate John on his splendid work during all of his school years. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eackles of Front Royal, Va. announce the birth of a son last week born in the Front Royal Hospital. This is the third child. Mr. Eackles is the son of Mrs. Jessie Eackles and the late B. F. Eackles of Bolivar. Mrs. John Haefer spent several days last week in Washington, D. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. O'Brien of Silver Spring, Md. visited relati- ves in Bolivar over the weekend. Ilarry Ashbaugh and the follow- ing children; Mrs. Itatie Cogle and Mrs. Eleanor Bell of Mt. Miss ion, near Harpers Ferry; ttarry L. Ashbaugh of Chestnut Hill, W. Va.; Mrs. Catherine of Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Mary Wolfe of-Loud- oun County, Va.; Mrs. Edna Went zell, Sandy Ilook, Md.; Mrs. My- rtle Weemestein of Delaware; Mrs. Pearl ttaines, Pleasantville, Md.; Franklin Ashbaugh, Millville W. Va.; Mrs. Shirley Davis, Ohio, Mrs.,Nancy Raines of Baltimore, Md.; Leo Ashbaugh at home. Fifty grandchildren and four great grandchildren. ~I'hree sis- ters and one brother Mrs. Minnie Perkinse, Mrs. Sadie Belle, Mrs. Pearl Pulaskia and John Benges, all of Baltimore. The deceased was a member of the Church of the Nazerene of Loudoun Heights, Va. Funeral services were held at the above Church at 2 o'clock p. m. on Fri- day with the Rev. C. W. Lloyd and the Rev. Massey officiating. Burial was made in Ebeneezer Cemetery, Loudoun Heights, Va. Mrs. Georgia King Mrs. Georgia King, 70 of Silver Grove near Harpers Ferry died in Charles Town General Hospital Friday night, Feb. 10 after a short illness. A daughter of the late Frank and Anne Bagent Ever hard she was born in Silver Grove and spent most of her life there except for a few years in Bolivar. Survivors are one daugh- ter and four grandchildren in Ill. Her husband, the late Willis King died many years ago. The funeral was held ' from the Methodist Church in Silver Grove on Tues- day, Feb. 14 and burial was made in the Cemetery nearby. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson of Harpers Ferry whose home was burned about two nmnths ago and who have been living at the home of the formers brother in Bolivar are now living at the home of their son Calvin Robin- son and family in'.Cha:rles TOwn until other arrangements can be made. Memorial Windows J St Two new Memorial windows 0hn agner, Mary have been installed in the new an nex of Bolivar Methodist Chur- Engle Tell Try.Hard ch in memory of the late George Fritts, given by his wife Mrs. 0 pOfP i Louise Fritts and the other in 4=H 6r u r0 ects memory of Mrs. Myrtle Stuart giv en by her son and daughter-in- The meeting of the Try Hard law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cline. 4-H Club was called to order at Mr. Fred Rowland is a patient the home of their leader Mrs. Mi in Kings Daughters Hospital Mar- chael E. Rice. The meeting start- tinsburg, undergoing treatnmnt ed off with the song West Virgin- and observation, ia Boys and Girls. Linda Engle Death of Mrs. Ashbaugh read from the Bible. It was an- Mrs. Alice Marie Ashbaugh, 66 nounced the date of the council of Chestnut tIill ntear Harpers circle meeting has change~l from Ferry died Tuesday, Feb. 14 at the 21st to the 28th of April. Joh~ her home after a long illness. Stagner gave a talk on his recreat Born in Baltimore, Md. she was ion project. Mary Engle gave a T THI RSDAY, FEBRUARY demonstralion on how to wrap a sandwich. Glen Penwell, Barbara Engle and Stella Dillow had char- ge of the safely program. Glen Penwell had charge of the recrea lion. R(q'reshments were served and everyone had a good ~ime. Ronald Lee Graduates From Recruit Training At Great Lakes. III. Great Lakes (FHTNC)-Ronald L. Lee, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood O. Lee of Charles Town W. Va. was graclualed cruit training Feb. 3 at Training Center, Great 'rhe graduation ing lhe end of nine "boot camp" included a parade and review /ary officials and civilian arie.~. In nine weeks of the "raw recruit" is to a Navy Blue jacket, duty with the fleet. All political activity iS j in Nepal. Cary Grant plans movies. DAVIS OF BALTIMORE tab them .. Ztt your Javorita oha Phone 278 Charles Town, W. ~,~o......~,.... ....................................... < The '61 CheW loves to go because it goes so well. Purrs along pavements like a happy tabby. Takes rough roads in stride and all roads in style. Just why does a Jet-smooth Chevy treat riders as royally as the high-priced luxury cars? It all came about through a delightful blend of hll Coil suspension, precision balanced wheels, unique chassis cushioning, and a superb Body by Fisher insulated to hush away road sounds. All this adds Impala ~-Door Sedan--Jet-smooth traveler thai rivals the luxury cars up to less sway, less jounce, less di;, less dive, less. tilt; less noise, less.., well you name it. Now combine this Jet-smooth ride with conven- iences to pamper you and roominess to relax in. Add a full measure of quiet good looks. Voila, you've got Chevy's formula. And the proof is in the riding. W en you sample a Jet-smooth Chevy at your Chevrolet dealer's we think you'll find it just to your taste. 9 thenew Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer s .I WEST WASHINGTON STREET , 9 .CHARLES TOWN, ,W. VA.