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March 12, 1959

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lOP JEFFERSON rARMr.nS ADVOCATE MARCH 12, 1(.)59 ?,--A CONTRIBUTES TO HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY FUND Smith president of the American Legion Aux- 7Perks'Post" No. 71, Charles Town, is shown pre- om the Legion Auxiliary to Larry Burns, of the Student Council to help in a drive to provide :or the Charles Town High School library. The )uncil is sponsoring a drive to secure more books since several hundred more volumes are state requirements. Young Burns is the s. Virgil P. Burns, Charles Tdwn. In addition contributions to the fund, the following nade generous contributions: Circle No. 3 of Church: Ladies Aid Society Charles Town Lutheran League Ranson Lutheran Church: Blue Ridge Lodge No. 131: the Lottie Moon Baptist Church: Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Warden of Charles Town. TOWN Bowers rles Grey ac- grandfa,ther Were in Hag- morning March 17 USED NEW) AND Home RANGE Guarantee ELAIN R AIRs E Ad With See NICHOLS CO. on business. Mr, and Mrs. Roger Milbourne and Mrs. Daisy Moler of Charles ~Town were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. i Mesdames Nathanael Grey, Jr., Ear/ Peaeher, Charles Grey, Win- erd Bowers, Bernard Ott and Wil- liam Hoak shopped in Winchester. Va. last Thursday. Rev. Russell Urquhart, Warren Smith, Charles Via, Mary Alice Hitt and Peggy Oden of Charles Town, along with Wayne Mills of Halltown spent the past weekend in Eagle Eyre, Va. where they at- tended the Virginia Baptist Young People's Training Union Conven- tion. Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and son were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney and daughter, Paula and Mrs. George Mellott of Bolivar. Seaman David MeAboy, stationed in Patuxent, Md, is spending a twelve day leave with his pa~ents and his brother S/le Marshall Mc Ahoy, Jr. has returned ~o Nor- folk, Va. after a several day leave at home . Mrs. William Hoak spent last Wednesday night in Charles Town with her son and dau~hter-in-law ~Ir. ,atkd Mrs. Fra~k Simons. Lit:~le l~.lchae,1 Simons was quite ill sev- eral days last week with tonsilities but is now able to be out. Mr. Alec Costello continues to improve after undergoing a kid- ney stone operation last Friday in Veteran's Hospital near Mar- tinsburg. Mr. William Hoak returned to his duties at Valley Board Corp. on Monday after a five week sick leave during which time he under went surgery in the Charles Town General Hospital. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrz. Earl Peacher and sons were Mr. and Mrs. John Peacher and family of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Trail and sons David and Mark of Bolivar s pen,t Saturday even,ing with the Peach- ere. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and family of Millville were sup- per guests Tuesday of Mrs. Ran- alli's mother Mrs. Nathanael Grey Jr .and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler visi- ,ted Mrs. James Fadeley in Char- les Town Wednesday morning and in the afternoon were visitors with Mrs. Bernie Littleton in Bol- ivar. Mrs. Eddie Rha!,t, Mrs. Virginia Rowland and Mrs. Rose Courtney were visi,tors Monday at t,he home of Mr. and Mrs. MarshaJl McAboy and ~on. Mrs. Courtney remained overnight wJLh her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimes and family in Char les Town Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Mr .and Mrs. Charles Grey and daaghters visited Mrs. Vergie Rum barger and daughter Miss Betty Rumbarger, in Winchester, Va. Sunday afternoon and were also v iistors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry in Berryville. Circle Meeting ThirLeen member.~ and two vi,~;i- tore were present Monday evening when the Presbyterian Circle met at the home of Mrs. Marshall Mc Aboy. The group opened the meet- ing with sentence prayers. The Sec retary, Mrs. McAboy read the man utes and had roll call. Mrs. Na- thanael Grey, Jr., chairman, made several announcements of meet- ings and services scheduled for this month. An article from the Circle paper was read by Mrs, Elmer Wright, another interesting article about the hymn of the mon th, "Take My,Life and Let It Be" was read by Mrs. Lester Moler who also conducted a Bible quiz. The lesson for March, "The Call To Holiness" taken from I Peter 1:13-21, was reviewed by the mud erators for this month, Mrs. Win- erd Bowers and Mrs. Elwood Bow- eres. Mrs. Winerd Bowers closed the meeting with prayer, after which the group sang the hymn of the month, accompanied at the piano by ,Mrs. Alec Costello. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family of Ranson viisted Mrs. ; Ander's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard Ott Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Florence Pope and Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Harpers Perry Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and son of Charles Town spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak. Visitors with the family in the af- ternoon weer Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bowers and son Randy of Win- chester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and daughter Barbara of Berryville, Va. spent Sunday evening with Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Wright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr .and family of Charles Town spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.:,. Dalgarn's mother Mrs. Annie Pope and family. Mrs. Marshall McAboy and Mrs. Bernard Ott accompanied by the former's granddaugh,ter Karla Kay of Ranson were. in Winches- ter, Va. Friday morning on bus- iness. Mrs. Nathanael Grey, Jr. was a visitor Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Peer in Charles Town. Mrs. Peer who has been on the sick list for several months continues to improve. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr The Leeto~vn Farm Womens Clu;b will meet a~t the home of Mrs. Ily Bratina on Wednesday af ternoon, March 18 at 1:30. The Leetown P. T. A. will hold a bake sale in Shepherdstown Sat- urday, March 14. ~. The; cllildren .Itl~~,~l%ainly en ..... joying this windy weat'her if no one else does by the way their kites are flying. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim were callers Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Marion Blue, and Mrs. War ten Collie gave Mrs. J. S. Locke a birthday supper at her home Sun day evening. Those present besides ~the honor guest were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and daughter Kathh,, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Star- liper and baby, Miss Emma Star- liper, Jimmy Locke and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis and daughter Diane and Tricia. Quite a good sized crowd from Leetown att~ended the dedication service of the New Sunday School room at the Midc]leway Metho- dist Church Sur~day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis and family returned 'to their home Monday after having it remodeled. Messers Ba,tes Watson and Er- nest Slasher Jr. attended the Quar terly Conference c,f the Jefferson Circuit Sunday afternoon at the Kabletown Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 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