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Mrs. G. E. Webb NEWS Troop 436 of Harpers held their Investiture on February 22nd at the Club. It opened with l the Pledge of Allegance to the ing girls into the Brownie Troop FRinaldi, Dianne Abrecht, Pamela IClipp's sister, Mr~ Ray McQuinn flag, followed by Zelleapeane Sir- Pamela Davidson, ChriStine Hoff-I Davidson, Kathy Lemon, Kimber-land family, of Manassas, Va. erio explaining the requirements man, Nancy Cummings, Robin / ly and Neal Snyder, Steve Wilt, ] In the near future there will be to become a Brownie. Then Bey- Morgan, Tammy Rutherford. The 1 Tod, Ricky and Stanley Webb,/a religious survey made in Jeffer- erly Rinaldi gave the three Brow next part of the program was the ! Luther and Timothy Mumaw, ! son County Leaders are being nie B's. At this time Mrs. Archie presenting of a star to two girls, Robert Biller, Mr and Mrs. Roy l asked to selwe for each church of Franzen, Cadette Leader, install- Beverly Rinaldi and Zelleapheane Dillow, Mrs. Richard Webb, Mrs. i Jefferson Charge. It will be sim- ed Mrs. George Hough as leaderSirerio- The star represents one Martha Lemon, Mrs. Bunts Lem-]ilar to the one taken when Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Davidson and full year in the Brownies; A reg on, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garten Ennis Coale was pastor of this Miss Bed Miskimon as Troop istration card was presented to Refreshments of fruit punch charge. Committee Members. Mrs. George Pamela Garten, who transferred birthday cake, cup cakes, ice Mrs. Paul Rowland and daugh- Hough then installed the follow-ito this troop in January from cream and potato chips were sew- ters, Carolyn and Connie Sue, Cumberland. were visitors Sunday of her sis- Then all the Brownies joined in edi)amela received many beatiful ter, Mrs, Alonza Welsh and fam- FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE,, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612. Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 ---Career Opportunity With Traiiways--- JOIN OUR MAINTENANCE TEAM FOR A PROFESSION singing the "Coo-Coo" song, after which Pamela Garten gave the meaning of "Thinking Day", which happened to be the same day as the Investiture. Then all the Brownies got in a Brownie Ring and sang their "Smile Song" which was the closing for the pro gram. Mr. and Mrs. William Henretta spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Manor at Jones Springs, W. Va. Mrs. Clifton Butts continues quite ill in Charles Town Hospital and bed fast, she is showing slow ly improvement, we are glad to say. Mrs. G. E. Webb is suffering with a painful attack of bursitis in the right arm, with which she was striken a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Filler, of Lovettsville, Va., were visitors at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Butts on Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Clif ton Butts, all of Bolivar. Mrs J. L. Mills, of Brunswick Md. sI)ent Sunday at the G. E. Webb home and the Ralph Mills home in Bolivar. responsbile supervisory positions. Fleet or commercial Mrs. David Gageby, of near vehicle maintenance experience is neither required nor Engle, visited her cousin, Mrs. helpful. Good pay and liberal Company benef'ts, fit cllin ud- G.E. Webb on last Wednesday. lag diesel training at company expense. The writer received a letter The Traiiways maintenance shop at Washington, D. C., Which sm-dces and maintains a fleet of 160 GMC-pow- eyed Silver Eagle Coaches, is seeking young men with mechanical ability to train in preventive maintenance, to develop into first-line mechanics, and to advance to from her neighbor, Mrs. C. E. ....MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS--- Dudrow, of Jackson St. Bolivar, 18 - 30; high school educatoin or its equivalent who is spending the winter months with' her son, Walter and tl ired but not required; mechanical aptitude with high family, in Leonia, N. J. She is mechanical interest; possess valid driver's license; ex- keeping well and getting along cellent physical condition; good moral character with no fine. Her many friends will be Criminal record; good credit rating; good driving record, glad when she gets home again. Mrs. Arrah Bailey, of Laurel, If you are interested and can qualify, please contact the: Md. has returned to her home, after spending quite some time STATE EMPLOYMENT SECURITY OFFICE With her sister, Mrs. Mary Eack- at one of the locations below not later than date indi- les and Mrs. Halley Cary, in Boll var. outed or see: Mr. Charles Riley, of Harpers DICK BAIN, Trailways Recruiter at either location during the time shown. Ferry, is a patient in Charles Town Hospital. I Mrs. Fr.0nk Sperry, of Bolivar is a patient in the Charlottsville, Hospital, Va. where she is quite l ill, and underwent surgery. A party was held on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Garten on Zirger St. i in Bolivar to celebrate the 8th birthday of their daughter, Pam- ela. 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Your electric heating units and thermostats are guaranteed, parts and labor, for 10 full years..So don't delay.., con- vert now ... complete instal. lation takes only 3 or 4 days W,m re're mdr M. dec=rk I= Potome Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System Formerly POTOMAC IAGHT & POWER -.= : - ....J L_ _ _ and useful gifts. Mrs. Marianna Smallwood On Thursday afternoon, March 17, Mrs. Robert McGarry, of Shenandoah Junction, with Mrs. W. Walker as cohostess will en- tertain members of the Kable- town Home Demonstration Club with Mrs. John RisSler leader of the lesson, "The Family Looks at Highway Safety." Mrs. Elmer Roderick has been a frequent visitor lately with her mother, Mrs. Esau Grimm, Ran- son, who is on the sick list. Mrs. Thomas Penwell reports that her mother, Mrs. Homer Wood who resides with her grand- daughter, Mrs. Howard Puckett, of near Rippon, is on the sick list and that she plans to remain with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Wiley, of Rippon, for a few days. Mrs. Richard Snyder with Mrs. ily, Jefferson Avenue, Charle~ Town. Mrs. James Newcomb and infant son are staying here for several days. Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter, of Lanham, Md., were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. Mr. and Mrs Joe Seibert and daughter, of Vanclesville, were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and son and Mrs. Florence Runion. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cant- ford, Millville, who have been staying at the home of her son-in-i law and daughter since she was knocked down by the ice and snow falling off the house, have returned to their home. Mrs. Caniford was bruised quite a bit. Mr. and MrS. Donald Just and Thomas Wolford as cohostess en- son, of Johnstown, Pa., were Sun- tertained the employees of the day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- WXVA radio station at a shrimp liam Capriotti and sons and Mrs. party Saturday night at the home John Lookinbill, and also visited of Mrs. Snyder. Those present Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. were ar. and ars. J. Strmer was a weeknd guest of his par- Moler, Mr. and Mrs Stuart Yar- wa sa weekend guest of his par- Do and Terri, Mr and Mrs Arcnie ents, Mr and Mrs William Ca ri- a " "' - " ' P McK y, Mr. and Mrs. Richard otti and visited other relatives. Snyder and son, Dick Miss Suz- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, of ette Mines, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harners Forrv ere ~,~olf~_~ =- .~ ~ ......... .. uru. t guests of Mrs Annie Loudan and MrsL Rose Lee Whittington, Mr . ,,. (llll, t L~~. ~USU. EI~tlUIII~. Charles Town, Mrs. Emil Martens, I Mr and Mrs Fred Tabler, of of Eden, Idaho, who is visitin~ .... " - " :~ ......... o aarfinsourg, were riaay night ner son-m-row and aaugnmr, Mr. guests of Mr and Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Gene Mason, BelvedereHardin- arid ~fr hnnla 1~11~n Heights, Charles Town, Mr. and Mr. a~a(~"l~r's:'Ber'_'t"l',_'o~udn~_n'*'~_"n:ci Mrs. Homer Kees were ws tors son, Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mrs. Sunday of Mrs. Clarence Small- Harold Harding visited Mr. and wood. Mrs Gardner Loudan in Ranson James Sherman is the name given the seven-pound baby boy born Feb. 27 in the Charles Town General Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Newcomb, of Charles Town, former residents of this vicinity. This is their first child. Mrs. Newcomb is the former Miss Worts Welch, Mrs. Joshua Clipp has returned to her home here with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Howard O. Bush after having visited another daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bush, Charles Town, for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bush were overnight visitors Saturday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes, La Plata, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Rissler, daughter, Diane, visited his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rissler, Harpers Ferry, on Sunday. Mrs. Edward Seal injured an arm last week when removing a venetian blind which fell hitting the member resulting in an inci-' sion which required five or more stitches to close. Miss Carolyn Rameburg is vis- iting her cousin, Mrs. Sewell Pal- mer and family, of Harpers Ferry. Friends have heard from Wayne Redmond who enlisted recently in the U.S.A.S. His address is: Pvt. Wayne Redmond, RA 13988434, Co. C., 4th Bn 1st Tng BDE, Fort Jackson, S. C., 3rd Platoon--29207. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ditlow, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDon. nough and two sons, of Ranson her mother, Mrs. Henry Clipp, and daughters, Roxanna, Darlene and Hebe, spent Sunday with Mrs. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That application was made on the 18th day of February, 1966 by the Western Union Telegraph Company to the Federal Com- munications Commission to dis- continue the seasonal office lo- cated in Charles Town Race Track, West Virginia. If the appli- cation is granted, substitute set. vice will be available by messen- ger and telephone, at no added cost to the public, through the Western Union and agency of. flees in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. Additional telephone acceptance and delivery service will also be available at no added cost to the public through the Western Union office at Baltimore, Maryland. The afore- mentioned offices observe open hours as follows: Charles Town, ~eff. Co. West Virginia WESTERN UNION OFFICE Monday.Frldaya:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. Saturday CLOSED Sunday CLOSED AGENCY OFFICE P Monday-Friday P.M . 9:00 P'~.lv= Saturday o:,o,, A.M o:oo Sunday 9:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Baltimore, Maryland WESTERN UNION OFFICE Monday-Friday ALWAYS OPEN Saturday ALWAYS OPEN Sunday ALWAYS OPEN Any member of the public de. siring to protest or support the closing of this office may com. municate in writing with the Fed, eral Communications Commiss- ion. Washington, D. C., 20554, on or before MARCH 23rd, 1966. Mar. 3.10 on Sunday night. Gardner has just returned recently from Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. James Fries and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Custer and children, of Martinsburg, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Maude Holler a andfamily. Mrs. F. H. Hill is on the sick list. Mrs. Eva Marcus, of Baltimore, Md., who was called here due to the death of her brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Watson returned home on Sunday. Chase, Md., was a guest Friday of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Irvln. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 B---7 I I I I Illlll II ['~ Iill I .... I m m m INTHE .... i i li i A COMMUNITY CORsNERSs72 NEcESINRpC oR1TSI71N MEMBER FEDERAL We Are Now Paying 3% % Percent on Savings Accounts Mrs. Mary Newman, of Chevy ..... ii i j i,ii Ford's A m/if/on Mustangs say it over and over... FaMane's pedermance says it bed and dear.. F/dRLANE GT HARDTOP 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET I I FUL II IIIIlill I I III II II I III i/ IIIIIIIIIII III I I I ~,,! .... ~ H ] i ,I. ! . ~M*~.~r= " ,r,= : ."! .......... ~ I ' M I I , i J I , ' I FORD LTO 2-DOOR HARDTOP MUSTANG HARDTOP And booming sales prove it! More and more people are switching to Ford every day...and no wonder. Fords do things other cars can't. = You can have a radio in any car, but Ford offers a Stereo-Sonic Tape Player option that turns your car into a concert hall with music of your choice. = Most Station wagons have a one-way tailgate, but Ford's Magic Doorgate swings out like a door for people and down like a tailgate for cargo. Most cars offer a choice between manual and auto- matic shift, but Fairlane's GT/A Sport Shift works both ways. Visit your Ford Dealer and test-drive a "66 from Ford. CHARLES TOWM. W. VA I[ [L I II ..... J I ..J _ I