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:/ #* 5. ~ep w m w w g g .8 w 7 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. BPJRJT ESTABLISHED t844 -- ADVOCATE ESTABLISHED 1883 COMBINED MARCH I, 1948 MAX BROWN, rJDITOR OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREET --- TELEPHONE 222 BERVING JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR 114 ,YEARS AND READ BY MORE THAN 20,000 PEOPLE EVERY WEEK. a ENTERED Ai ~I[COND CLAII MATTER AT THE POBTOFFICII: IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., UNDER THIE ACT OF MARCH 3, 197S. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC. NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA DE, TROIT LOS ANC~ELES MZMB :R o, THE NATIONAL EDITORIAL ALL SURSCR;PTIONS DELIVERED IN THE STATE ARE SUBJECT TO a~'~ CONBUMERE SALES TAX. BUBECRIPTION ~3.S0 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Thursday, February 26, 1959 TRIPLE TRAGEDY ardly 0rth enti0n By Henry W. Morrow \ The Catholic Question ~he vast majority of the American Of late the press has been heav- people still want their President ,to ~e a Protestant and that they ily weighted, too heavily, I think have an innate aversion to a Cath with all sorts of articles suggest- olic in the White House. I do not ing that a Cafinolic can and may ~ay this fear is justified. I merely be elected to the presidency of the my .that it exists. During the re- Another accident at Halltown United States. The argument is cent Christmas holidays my wife :taking three lives; this may have that we have reached a point of in and I were dinner guests at a been the auto drivers fault, but tellectual maturity and tolerance ~mall dinner party; among the two other lives were sacrificed. quite advanced from what was sup other guests was a New Yorker t Several years ago two young posed to "be .the atti~tude in 1928 w~o had .been born and reared in : people lost ~heir lives at this same when A1 Smith lost his bid for the ~he Deep South. He said some- i spot. presidency. The most commonly given reason for Governor Smith's defeat is that the Democrats in 1928 dared to defy a long stand- ing rule in ,their decision to nom- inate a person Who was not a Pro i testant. (For my own part, I ,have ~ l often wondered if it was real,ly I anti-Catholicism that defeated ] SmiVh, as so many would have us , believe. Mr. Hoover garnered more than six million more votes than ing of so many: that religion is Smith to gain an electoral vote of not a factor in most offices, 5ut 444 to 87, and ,many of these ~hat it is a factor when one gets votes came from ,the so-called Pro- to thinking about t'he leextership testant South; but another rule of of the nation. poll,tics should ,be borne in mind In thinking of the 1928 election: Chore has never been a change in ,party in a presidential election dur ing a period of peace and prosper- ity. (See Truman vs Dewey, Elec- For the second time in .a space of three weeks three lives have been snuffed out in a single automobile acci- dent. With 1958 less than two months old there have al- ready been more traffic fatalities in the County than in the entire year 1958. There is ample evidence that in the tragedy at Halltown earlier this month and also in the!tor in ,mind .the voter. In tragedy at Rippon the past week, speed was the killer. When, 0h When, will we realizze that a heavy foot on an accelerator of a modern, high-powered automobile is an invitation to the greatest danger? When will people realize the utter senselessness, the utter stupidity of gambling their lives against a few minutes of time. We are at our wits end in editorializing on the dangers of modern day vehicular traffic. But we will renew a suggestion that we made in this paper many years ago in an effort to deter slaughter on the highway. Some years ago we suggested that signs be erected at points on the the rural highways where fatal accidents have occurred. What motorist would not slow down if he saw a sign as he drove by, "THREE PERSONS KILLED AT THIS SITE ON FEBRUARY 21, 1959, IN AN AUTOMOBILE ACCI- DENT." A skull and cross bones could very appropriately be placed at the top. We go a drastic step further. The State owns the high- way. Let the State, in non-salvageable cases leave the wreckage at the site. It may not make for a pretty high- way, but the statistics we are reading are not pretty either. THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN Maybe some dramatic approach along this or similar lines will have some effect in slowing America down. that Pennsylvan4a likewise has a Catholic governor (Lawrence). (I am surprised t)hat no one ,has yet ~aken the trouble to point out that Lincoln never belonged to any Church, and Eisenhower joined ~e church only after his election. I might also add that ~he similarity ,between the ~wo men began and ended at precisely this point.) But I take the somewhat more awkward position, not subscribed to by ~he vast majority of those who ,have taken it u,pon themsel- ves to write on this subject, .that The public interest in this ques Lion has been genera'ted almost en tirely by fine aspirations of Sena- tor John Kennedy, who, accord- ing to the T)olls (some of which were conducted by persons work- ing in his behalf) is Vhe Demo- cratic front-runner for 1960. The ,fear is, I think, that if Senator Kennedy should be nominated and elected .the Vatican, and not the White House, would ,be the real Charles Town, W. Va. February 18, 1959 Editor, Spirit of Jefferson Charles Town, W. Va. Dear Sir: ago about this place and was .ad- vised the State decided not en- ough traffic used ,Rt. 51 to put a light at this junction. What are they wa~ting ~or? Somemore deaths. Some day a mmeber of a polit- ician's family will be hurt at one of ~these bad spots and t'hen some t'hing will be done-'but quick. Yours very truly, George J. Schneider R.D. 1 C~arles Town ian Service of the Methodist Chur ECONOMY AT THE WHITE HOUSE Say what you will about Mr. Drew Pearson, the widely bill for running the White House in the amount of $2,- 467,000.00. This compares with a bill for the same service in the fiscal year 1957-58 turned in by Mr. Eisenhower in the amount of $5,013,750.00. Mr. Pearson further pointed site of power. No doubt, Senator ch will meet at 7:30 o'clock on Kennedy recognizes this fear as I Wednesday evening, March 4th at i one of his major obstacles, and i the 'home of Mrs. Thomas Henry. ~last week he announced 'that he/Announce Birth of Son did not favor sending an envoy to I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford Rome and did not favor govern- t are receiving congratulations upon mental aid ~o parochial schools, the birth of a son in the Win- But this announcement has caus- chester Memorial Hospital on edtnany to wonder. It is definitely Tuesday morning, February 24th. The baby has been given ;the name of "Donald Talmadge" for father and his maternal grand- f~ther the late Mr. Clifford T. Rowland. Five ,births, four of finem oc- curred at the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital during the period of Feb. 18-21. A son, Timothy Edward, was born Feb. 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Gull ord P. Turner of Harpers Ferry. The same day a son Franklin Eug ene was born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Ring o]~ Martinsburg; and a son, George William was Brunswick, Md.; Mr. SamueY Lea- ' ke, Mr. John D. Creamer, l~anson; Mr. Acie W. Staton, Greenieaf, Va.; Baby Lewis E. Fisher, Kear- neysvilie. M DD EWAY Mrs. Randolph Barnes out that while Eisenhower was advocating economy for every other branch of the government he boosted his bud- get for running the White House by $332,250.00. The economy minded Mr. Eisenhower has also boosted the White House staff of 245 under Truman to 398, and has increased the White House working crew from 62 to not in harmony with ~he general view of the Catholic church; and it ~h, as caused some to wonder who thor or not Senator Kennedy is wil ling to sacrifice even his religion to be president. There are 35 million Catholics in the United States Rs compared to 60 million Prttestants; and w~hile the constitution places an immovable ,barrier between church and state, yet in the hearts of the people religion is a politico,1 factor and will continue to be in the years to come. Senator Kennedy will not be the next president of fineU. S. syndicated newspaper columnist, he performed a common- vnie. Md. dable service earlier this week when he published some figures on the celebrated Eisenhower economy drive as ,sis V he/ it is practiced in the White House. According to Mr. home of the former's brother-in Pearson, during Mr. Truman's last year he turned in a law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Clag- W. S. C. S. Bake Sale ett Warfield and their daughter The 'W. S. C. S. of the Merino- Caroline. dist Churoh will hold a bake sale Mrs. Marshall Burch and her in at the Jefferson Hardware Com- fant son returned home on Satur- pany on Saturday morning, Feb- day front the Winchester Memor- ruary 28th. Among the items of- ial HospF~al where the baby was fered for sale will be homemade born on Sunday, February 15. The cakes, pies and dinner rolls. All new arrival is the fourth child those who plan to make contri- in the Burch family, having two butions to this sale are requested older sisters and a brother. 71. Mr. Pearson further asserts that Mrt Eisenhower has used American soldiers to perform personal services for him on his Gettysburg farm. These statements are not generalities. They recite defi- nite ascertainable facts, and it is to be presumed that they are correct, although possibly there may be some expla- nation which will mitigate the harmful effects of the con- clusions to be drawn from them. But they cannot be dismissed by generalized White House denials. It seems to us that there is a duty on the White House to either admit and/or explain these charges, or bear the responsi- bility for their implications. If Mr. Pearson's charges are false it is incumbent on the Administration to deny them. If they are true Mr. Eisenhower should again head for the golf course .... and stay there. It would be cheaper for us all if he did. censing procedures is the most sig ntfic~nt and satl~ying program Charles To.wn Junior ,ever undertaken by the General Women lom in Ddve t Federation of Women's Clubs." For Better DrMng l More Members of hte Charles Town Out :For Anniversary Party Bowers Store Richard Crim returned on Sun day evening to Blacksburg, Va. where he is a student at V. P. I. after spendiqg the weekend visit- ing with his parents Mr. and Mrs. One of the best attended and Junior Woma~*s Club are joining in with ,the rest of '~he Junior Woman's Club across ,the nation in ,aler~ng legisla~ors ,thrOughout the nation over the state driver licensing laws throuffh a unique "Ballot for Better Driving Licen- sing" campaign which is 'being the hospital were: Mrs. Camilla I. WilHngham, Danile L. Clipp, Mrs. L. Evelyn McDonough and Mrs. Mary E. Tucker all of Charles Town; Miss Josephine P. Wilt and ldtle Monte H. Collins of Ranson; li,tle Jerry Lee Harder and little Susan K. Dodson, both of Mill- rifle; Mrs. Rose Mary Jones and David A. S~aubs, bot,h of H,arpers SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VAm EaS 4---A THURSDAY, Ferry and Mrs. Bl,anch Lewis were and daughter. Mr. ] Sunday evening supper guests of mained for a w:sit. Mr. and Mrs. R~bert Watson. Miss Alma Lee Mr .and Mrs. O. E. Cole, Chyrl of the students Stamata and Mrs. G. W. Emmert ved her cap of Wash4ng~on, D. C. were Sunday cises which was guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar February 22 evt Mr. Donald Schill ,and Mr. Rob- M~lls and d'au~hters and Mrs. AN err Pierro of Martinsburg made a na Mary Hetze'~. business trip to Baltimore Tues- The Children's Society of the day. W.S.C. S. of the Methodist r. and Mrs. Earl Hatter of Church held its regular monthly Ranson called upon Mrs. Randol- and business meeting at :the Chur ph Barnes Tuesday afternoon, ch on Sunday evening with a very Mr. J. C. Roberts of Arlingtongood attendance. visited .the scenes of his younger The Paxeonage Committee of years Saturday and vlsi,ted many ~e Shenandoa;h Junction charge friends here. held its meeting at,t.~the Methodist Miss Patricia Kokoska and Mrs. Church on Monday night. It in- Lilliam Adams of Mr. Ranier~ Md. eluded 3 women from ShenandOah were Sunday dinner guests of Junotion,3 from Milville, 3 from Mrs. Marshall Engle. They also vis Engle and 3 from the local chur- lted Mrs. DeForrest Buyer who is ch. a patient in the Charles Town i Edgar Mills who have been em- Hospital. ployed in t~al'timore was al,led Miss Donna Schill drove up back to Jones and McLaughlin from Bel Air, Md. Friday and pia~t near Martinsburg. Wallace spent the weekend with her par- Gift has found employmen at ~ts Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Schill. Frye's Quarry near Martinsburg. Johnny Morris on the Leetown i Mr. and Mrs., C. J. Hill and Mr. road celebrated his welfth birth- and Mrs. F. A. Hill motored o day Friday evening by entertain- Winchester, Va. on Sunday and ing eight school mates at a chick visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill en dinner and i~hen a skating par ,ty at the Berryville Rink. Bane Schitl was among the guests. Funeral services for the late Miss Mollie Emery were held in the Presbyterian Church Swtur- day afternoon,~and interment was in the Masonic Cemetery. Rev. Mr. R~tymond Wood of Trinity M. E. Church conducted the cere- mony. Some time ago she was a re sident of Middleway vicinity, la- ter lived in Martinsburg but at the time of her death she was wi~t~h a nieq.e in Baltimore. Mrs. Beatrice Fiddler, her son- in-law and d,aughter Mr .and Mrs. Robert Crum and their son Billy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Swartz lla Rest, Va. Mr. Harry Worsley of Silver Spring called upon Mrs. Randolph Barnes Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Orrin Rltter of Winches- ter, Va. spent the weekend with Mrs. Harlan James. Mr. and Mrs. J,ames Shiley of Clearbrook, Va. called upon Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Watson Tues- day. On Monday Miss Camilla Wfltshire was a caller at t~he War son home. Mr. James Pulse moved last week from the Schiack farm near Varel Mills to Berkeley County. Mr. Clifton Poston who has been a tenant on the Southern States Farm for eleven years moo ed last week to Mrs. Joseph V~hite's farm on the back road from here to Brucetown. Mr. H. H. Jennings made ~t bus iness trip to BaT~imore and Phil- adelphia last week. ,Mr. Jay Kearns,, principal of Middleway School and Mr. D. O. Schill attended a banquet at Wright Denny School Thursday night. The occasion was a meet-' lng of the principals of the coun- ty's schools. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Sr. and daughter motored ,to Char los Town on Sunday and were din nor guests of their son aBd daugh- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Jr. Mrs. Charles Sisk and daughter of Martinsburg were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. Annie Loudan, Mrs. Harold Harding, Mrs. An- nie Loudun, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffrnaster and ,Mr. Roy Huff- master motored t0 Frederick, Md. George R. Crim. Mary Ellen and Lewis Shull spen,t the weekend visiting with ~heir aunt and u~cle Mr. and Home Mission Program Mrs. George Chapman at their The W. M. S. of the Baptist mond J. Funkhouser, Centreville Frederick is also on the sick list. home in Berry~ille, Va. and on Church will hold a Home Mission Md.; Mr. Roy N. Hummer, .Mr. Mrs. Alto Parkinson, Mrs. Laura Saturday Mary Ellen enjoyed the program at the church at 7:00 Roger E. Rissler, Mr. Richard H. Riley of Martinsburg and Mrs. experience of an airplane ride o'clock on Sunday evening, March Fisher, Mrs. Annie M. Yates, Mr. Bessie Morrow of Inwood were over the ~own. 1. All members are urged to at- Josep~ A. Warrenfeltz, Mrs. Ruth Thursday guest of Mrs. Annie Lou Mrs. Page Hinton and Mrs. Rob tend. A. James, Mrs. Helen Alvarez, Mrs. dan. err Light were among the guests Visitors on Sunday at the home Irene J. Roderick, Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Hal Rivers and daughters attending a Stanley Brush party of Mrs. Th(ymas Shall and her L. Burdick, City; Mrs. Mary V. of McLean, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Law which was given by the former's family were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johnson, Shenandoah Junction; rence Marcus of Baltimore, Md., sister-in-law Mrs. Leroy Ware at Boxwell and daughter Peggy, Mr. Mrs. Virginia E. Lowery, Mrs. Mr .and Mrs. Berkeley Winters her home in Ranson on Monday and Mrs. Ray Chapman and dau- Mary Ann Daugherty, Mrs. Laura and sons Mr, ,and Mrs. Harold evening of last week. ghter Ka.~hy and Mr. and Mrs. C. Shrader, Mrs. Nina L. Wigfield, Robinson and sons of Harpers Auxiliary Meeting George Chapman of Berryvllle, -------~ The Women's Auxiliary of Vhe Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Huff of Church of the Holy Spirit will Winchester, Va., Mrs. Ruth Viands meet at 7:30 o'clock on Monday of Charles Town and Miss Jane evening, March 2nd in St. Mary's Rowley of Silver Spring, Md, Also Chapel, Members are reminded to visiting at the Shull home this bring used clothing to this meet week are Mrs. Douglas Hinton and ii~g as 9, box will be packed at this her infant daughter Brenda Lee OF PERSONAL PROPERTY! time to be sent to needy.families of Clearbrook, Va. CONDUCTED BY in ~he mining districts As there Mrs. Allen Glassford returned will be no hostess for this meet- home on S~turday from the Char NULL and NULL, Auctioneers. ing each member is requested to los Town General Hospital where bring cookies or other refresh- she had been a medical patient .... ments with them; coffee will. be for the past several days. Due to ill health I am compelled to discontinue farming provided. Visitors on Sunday at the home and will offer at Public Sale on premises "The Calvin Owens Entertains On Birthday of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins Farm," located t-mile North of Onley, Off Route 97, on Owens Little Miss Bonnie Orndorff eel- were their sons-in-laws and dau- Road, in Montgomery Oounty, Maryland, on ebrated her six, th birthday by on- ghters Mr. and M~s. Joke FryeSATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1959 tertaining her classmates at Miss and son Kenny and Mr. and Mrs. Blessing's Kindergarten in Charles Town on Friday morning. Delic- ious refreshments in ~he birthday ion Sunday to visit 'their brother [Mr. William Hoffmaster who is a F. Morgan, Mrs. Lorraine V. Wil- ]patient in a hospi,tal there. Mr. li,ams, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Ray-,and Mrs. Dallas Hoffmaster of BEGINNING AT U:O0 O'CLOCK A. M. THE" FOLLOWING TO-WIT: 3 NICE BROOD SOWS, 35 PIGS 8 weeks old; Allis-Ch~l- mers No. 60 motor driven combine with grain tank; Allis- Chalmers No. 66 motor driven combine with grain tank and clover seed" attachment; Allis-Chalmers No, 33 2-row mounted corn picker; W. D. 45 Allis-Chalmers hich arch Tractor; W. D. 45 Allis-Chalmers Farmall Type Tractor; W. C. Allis- Chalmers Farmall Type Tractor and Cultivators; I. H. C. 2-~;ow tractor corn planter with fertilizer attachment; New Idea 7-ft. tractor niower on rubber; New Holland No. 77 Baler equipped with starter; Davis 35-ft. elevator with gas motor; New Idea 90-bushel manure spreader; Superior 12 disc grain drill; 2 3-bottom 14-inch AJHs Chalmers gang plo~s; John Deere 2 bottom 12-ineh gang plow; Allis~Chalmers 7-fL disc harrow, 4-section springtooth harrow, 2 row cultipacker, Superior 16 disc grass seeder, NeW Idea 4-bar hay rake on rubber; Snower 100 bushel grain cart with power unloader; farm trailer On rubber; hand or power driven corn sheller; Gardenaid Tractor with cultivator and c)cle bar; 2 motor driven lawn mowers; lot of grain sacks, 15 bushels of Clover Seed, any amount of shop tools and chicken equipment. Many 3VIlscellaneous Articles. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--All of the above in A-1 condi- tion, and may be inspected at your convenience. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and no property removed until paid for. No sales tax. Lunch and Refreshments Will Be Served By Members of Mt. Carmel Methodist Church. 'CALVIN M. HOWES, Owner PHONE WAlker 4-9171--NEAR ONLEY, MD. NULL & NULL, Auctioneers. Frederick, Md. JERRY T. WILLIAMS, Clerk. February 26 - lt. sponsored by ~e General Federal Mildred Ler~- [ motif were served by her mother ion of Women's Clubs. Monday at. their l Mrs. Do~ald Glassford and were The General Federation, which store-Bower's Store-located a't 121 ] enjoye~d by the youngsters during numbers ,more than seven million I North Charles ~treet. Some 500 their recess heriod. members in ,this county, recently] men, women and children showed Misses Lucy and Alice Farns- v, clopted a "Passport ~o Safety" pro up for the opening day of the ,gram to aler~ its mem~bers ,to ~he anniversary celebration which will ~ecessity for driver license leglsla't run until April 1. ice reforms to improve traffic con- Mr. and Mrs. Lennon said Wed- ditions. The "Ballot for BoOter Dri nesday they were greatly pleased ver Licensing" campaigns will dra wi,th the response the public had realize ~hls ,program and express ~lready g~ven their business celebr ,to state legislators the concern felt ation, and they expressed ,thanks by wome~a over the traffic accident to all their friends and customers problem, ~accor~ing to Mrs. Todd. ~ho helped to vnake the aff~tir Printed ballots Urging legislative such a big su.ccess at the outset. a~tion to improve state driver li- .censing ,prograxns ~i~l .be sen~ to each of the OFWC s 20,000 affilia- tes throughout ~e country for sic nature by ~he members who wHi ,forward the signed ballot to their respective ~t@te legislators. "We feel 'that ~he time has come to step forward and speak out vig~ orous]y $or driver licensing laws that will opere~te to reserve the driving privilege for those motor- isis willing to accept and live up ~o the re~ponsi~bilities tnherertt in ~he oper~lon of a motor vehicle." Mrs. Todd said. "Our lives and Mr. and Mrs. Lennon also express ed afporeciatlon SO all 'those who sent floral greetings, telegrams and cards on the ocoasion. More th~n 500 favors were dis- trj~buted Monday in ,the ,form of ,Pencils, pencil tablets, rulers, can dy suckers, ~balloons and fudgesic- kles to the children and paint pad dles. yard sticks 'and pencils to adults. In addi'tion to these Mr. and Mrs. Lennon also served refresh- ,ments of punch and cake, the cake being provided by Jenkins and H~mpsbJre and Mr. ~Sh,a, tzer ~ong Howard She~vbridge of Charles Town. Mrs. Carralee Smallwood return ed home the latter part of the week from "Belle Vue Orchard" where she had spent several days Visiting wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Costello. worth Of Washington, D. C. spent the holiday weekend visiting at the home of Choir sister Miss Edna Farnsworth and their broffner Mr. Holmes Farnsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Shull a~ "Champaign." Mr. and Mrs. Ross ~tagner Mecha~cstowz~ visited on Sunday evening with the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and their family of BerryVille, Va. were recent visi- tors at the home of the former's mother Mrs. Thomas Shall and her family. Mrs. ShuH returned to Reading, Pc. for a brief visit with her parents bvfore rejoining Mr. Shall in Berryville w~here they plan to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry spent Sunday a~fternoon v~sltlng with Recent visitors at ~he home of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Furr were the former's sister Mrs. George Chap man and her daughter-in-law Mrs. l~ayrnond Chapman both of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Lee Shull and Mrs. Thomas Shull and her family. Also visiting at the Purr home on Sunday was Miss Sandy Adams of (~harles Town. Dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their family were the latter's sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Kline and ,their sons Stephen. Mark and Andy of Shanks, W. Va. Mr. George Coyle of Gloucester, Va. was a recent visitor at the home of his aunt Miss Bell Sny- their son-in-law and datlghter Mr. anc~ Mrs. Donald Whittington and their daughter Pameta at their home in Halltown. Mr. Howard Fellers spent the holiday weekend visiting with Mrs. Fellers at the Poston home leaving on Monday to return to his home in Nutley, N. J. Also visiting with t~e Postons over the weekend was their niece. ,Miss Jane Rowley of Silver Spring, Md. der and visiting with her at "West The Reverend Harry P. Light of Shenstone" on Sunday was her Hotel in Frank Stewart, Strother and Walter found employment. SHENANDOAH GIRL IS Mr. and Mrs. of Shenandoah ce the gh'ter, Rose Anne Tennan,t, son of Charles Elmer herdstown. Miss Miller is s Shepherd College, ', iness Education. employed by Hagerstown. of Shepherdstown No definite date for the wedding. R~DT~ THURSDAY, MARCH 12, BEGINNING AT 12 O'CLOCK FARMERS LIVESTOCK BOONSBORO, MARYLAND FROM ELMWOOD FARM, O, C. STINE 13 DAIRY COWS 12 Cows in Milk and 1 Springing (4 Guernseys and 9 Holsteins), 5 Heifers, 5 have freshened since and 3 will have calves with them. All TB and Blood Tested within 30 FARM MACHINERY FERGUSON TRACTOR (20), Mower, Weeder, Sprayer and Manure Loader; Pickup Baler, PTO; New Idea Side New Massey- Harris Manure Spreader, and Corn Planter. Including Two Units of Heater, Wash Tank and Other with CHEVROLET TRUCK, 1953, Flat February 26, March 5, 2-t. West Liberty, W. Va. was a guest neice Mrs. Leslie Sells of Charles on Friday and Sa~turday at the Town. home of his brother,ind sister-in- W, S. C. S. Meeting law Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ligl~t Tim Women's ~uciety of Christ health and .~he lives of our faln- with the Bond Bakin,g Com,)any. Eies have too long been jeopardiz- Most of those who at~tended the ed by a selfish minority of drivers party Monday also registered for who are incapable or unwl.llin~ to the 11 big grand prizes which are drive safely. In my opinion, this to be awarded to some lucky per- campaign for improved driver 1i- son~ oa April i. FULL-TIME LINT FILTER! Built-in- locked-in- no tray in your way. 2 CYCLES I Normal for your regu- lar wash, Gentle for delicate things. Finest agitator action. B NEW 5-POSITION automatic wash-rinse temperature control. B BIG CAPACITY yet just 241,~" wide B S-YEAR WARRANTY on sealed transmission. PHONE 17 CHARLES