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FORECAST. warmer this afternoon. fair and not as cold tonight around 32. Warmer, high in Saturday, consid- mild, chance of Southerly 5 to 15 increasing to "Serving The Charles Town- Ranson and Jefferson County Community Since 1844" e ~, e e e 4, ~**~ ~ TWO SECTIONS i mm Read By More Than 20,000 People Eve Week NO. 12 WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 COMPLETE LOCAL NEWS COVERAGE PRICE 10 (ENTS i li SAFETY AWARDS PRESEHTED TO EHPLOYEES. HANA6EbtEHT HILLVILLE PLAHT, H0re Than $81,000 Plus Hanv Hours Was Busy Session As ..... ....... ild'in DIVISION OF JONES & LAUGHLIN AT AFETY LUNCHEON AT PLANT TUESDAY Donated LaborPutlntoBu g, tOl''man "t i Operatt0n Of Jefferson County Park F, r u t ;rl ,k, ; I "'" " "'" " "" " ~ I ~iL., Approximately $81,000 plus .period were for land $1,026; swim ~ t * =. :~%).)~ ~ ~ ~ ~ thousands of hours of donated la- ruing pool construction $42,914: | lira Cdl~elJ Iml~lgldq ae I ili ......... ~::~ : :,~iii!iii~ ..... ........ l~ Jt~~ .... ::~ bor have gone into the construct- water line $1,068 playground eq- ~l| L~I1! llUllWd 1}l II ~~" ~?'~ [County Memorial Park during the [equipment $144; benches $138; .. . ~ ' .. .. ~ ................................................. members of cne denelson t;0un ~1~ ~ ~ --.: . [playground's first 10 years of exist Imiseellaneous equipment $1,110; . B " .. ' "-" . . I IF t, / ,F /. am :i ~y oazo of Educatson meeting in -- ~ ~ ~ ~, "::" ". .:~$ ]ence. [rest rooms $2,890; outhous_es $210; . . " . ,. : J J0 5peak J0nmm rot zegumr ssesmn lvionctay evemng ~ ~ | ..~i~.4 ~ ~ ~~ / These- statist,ics were released t pits $337; tennis court $80"/; reduc . . s . . . ~- . I 0 i awaraea ~ne annual S~ate zeacner . ~~?:~ F~BI~. . :~ [recently by the park's board of[tionin notes payable. S9,60 ; 'nter Z. ....... ' " Ir I t . framing ~cnol~rsmp of $500 a ...... : ~ [directors as they began formula~-[est on notes payable $1,953; star- - ..... _-. J rmaJ temen 5ervze " ~-- ~ ! p t it [ing plans for the opening of the [ ionery and printing $311; mainten year ~o vzrgm]a t~. ~aray,.a senior I 1959 e c an re ~r 3 w es 5 a~ r~a~pers r'erry r~gn ~cnooJ ac ~ ~ ~ ~ [ s ason on Memorial Day. Jan e d p~' $3,1 1; ag " $ ,- ~ _" " .... ;, J ......... , , cepr, ea a numDer oI teacl-le! reulg ~TI:I~| [ [ Since 1949 the construction of[245; general expenses $4,14-1; ro~d . . : " ~ "l' .~~::: " : /~he swimming poo: purchases of Iconstruction *1 187 g,'radln~ ,2.- ~e~n~1~&~nYth~ d~'e~'"~" I :::::: .... :7 ....... ...... . ~ . l equipment and land cost $5~ 530 273. th sc~ " fi : :'" " g- I : ~::*:~ :: :::~ :::: :!::::~ ]with the remainder of the outlay[ Not included in this report are ,o. ooi nan ces .... ] %::::,:::::::: ...... .......... .......... .......... :::.:: : : .......... .... .... ............. : ...... . .rvllSS l~laroy I~ne r~p sbuoen[ in " - ::~.,~::~-~: ~: ~ri ::::::::::::::::::::: ..... : :: : ............ ....... ::.~ /used foi the yearly maintenance [the constYuctlon of buildings, land _ . ' ..... ] ', ...... ::~A2:~.~:: :: :: ~:~:-~ ~'r~Zge/ai !~C:M~'!v~i~:nnP~i!:~fd'~t:ie~r ~uatagti~i~: I~Y!:iZn:M' ' ::;t:0:byte:: tihea~:grr:!anndi;2t~rPnT?: dnZnactId ~) ~~ilil f 'Rev. Temple Wheeler" director of the Children's" Haven near Charles Town" C M Lichy a~ssistant general manager [ n sters Wdl Ha Lon~er Perform .Named as the alternate for the I~I::: ' _ad Quarries of J. & L.; C. C. Henning, Pittsburgh, Pc., general manager of Ore Mines and Quarrms; Jack Cameron [ ==~ , s~holarsh~p wa.~ Evelyn Earp, also [ i~:i..::i : i,~ 'roz the Millviile plant; George E. Flaccus, Jr., of Pittsburgh, vice-president of Industrial Relations; George E. Alter, [kJ_.,_.e .... ~.e~L__..& qPL..____ I~_..- kl__l_e__ of Harpel~ Ferry, daugt]ter of ] ~: manager of the Blair Limestone Division; F. W. Kelsey, of Pittsburgh, coordinator of safety; W. R. Compton, of ]MnfrlanPu wImnlll [nroo uaw NmwP Mrs. Connie Earp. | iiii~;:" ,I~L~$~ ~ ll~ V~ gg lmSmv~H umuq~lp mv~ ~ IVBB~J~V . nt to the chairman of the board of directors Jones & Laughlin Steel Company; ~nd Robert Turner, Mtllville, / ~ J[ Previous winners of the sehol-/ L Local 201 union. Shown on the table in the center is the hugh bronze trophy which the Millville plant won this year. [ -- ~ ........ arship are: Diana Snyder of Char | ..:~~ ~ne President's Safety Award. (Photo By Fries) / At. a recent meeting of t'hel a~ P n* ~ les Town. and Joyce Grim of Har |~~:!~!~~ jCharJes Town Ministerial Assoc-I narn, l'prrv nlnn pers e'erry. /~~ :~ .~ ~ --~~-- l iation the following resolution wa~ -- If ....... J "" 2P'" The board accepted the resig- | ~!/ n|__ iw R ! |e ~,. J~q" i1~ |e ~ IF= o It /tmanimously passed. J.... . . , nat~ObnrSrtf Mrs, Betty M. Hunter| ~[~+,-~: ~ ~ I"la Whereas Holy Matrimony is or ,,ha/0 rresem l ,ng j:izrsi a[g:hat t e Charles Town "~ ns r0r flem0aetmg t, txy I mree ,.reaKmgs cnTer,ngs Are ldalLd and ,nstJtutZ'of ~ :foo : is not to be entered into unadvid- ' " at Harpers BlalPS~A RII ~lll~g'l|" Aefi^n" [ I an^ fa l T^ Ckn lae Tn n Pahea ]edly. or lightly, but reverently dis J Concert Friday ~ P M Perry elementary school; and Miss [ ~ ""V~bllt~UU| W~Ullt,,Id i'~lbliVil I IIW;;~VlI~fi:U /V qhtllUll~;3 /V~II /Vll~b;, /creetly, soberly, and in ,the fear of I ,=,,# ....-., Elizabeth Thornburg as a teacher / ~, " ~ God, . at Harpers Ferry High School. D ' I -- , [ ......... [ The Harpers Ferry Hzgh School ]~ar~ ~- ~ ~u .... h, ~ I R. MASSEY M. HELTZEL ~:i,I 1 s . ,-~na ~aereas ,we feel 1,I~ 'IS necessConcert Band will ............. resen h fir ~ ......... " -.,~. ..~o ~l Mayor Nicholas i Under the financing .plan May- ]. Threemore breakmgs andenter ] A,L. U--I-- 1-- ell,,-- tary to cons.uR with any .couple at ]-, : ....... ' p . t t m ._ st been on a leave from teaching at | "The Resurrection" will be the te,,~_ reouff in his I or 'Carson said he would continue I mgs2n ~narms x~own ano J g~er- IA$1UIIU nl lU |U ~|~ lleast several days before such an I~[vw~ ~p~ng c2ncerts.on r'rmay the l:Uppon elementary school al- lsermon topic at the Presbyterian ;:'[ ,zug a ~art of the I to nay the nresent .~178 8. month I son t;oun~y nave been repor~eo ~o I ~" " -- !~,,~,,~o onn ~..~ ....... + Izvxare" ~uvn 'a~ ~:uu O'CLOCK. o ~Hb, mitt~cl h~r r~ui~raatlon t,~ I " on ThHr~dav ~l'ar~h lfi!~i IWhleh ..... h " ~ Charles Town State Pohce' with' ,, ....... ,~ ~........,~ ~.~.,o, The ro ram will 1 s .................. s.~, ......... Chulch ......................... [o"~-uay me ogerates l until 1970, then take a lease for l no]rang'-:* repor~e~-- ..... s[omn m ~wo' m" I ~,,m~hl~m~lY/~, .vT~ ] And whereas in the state of l fouowm'" 'P well g known'~ com'nClUdes~ ithe the board and it was accepted. At|This will be Che closing commun- l~: ~e,-- - "ght when [five years at $200 a month; and I . _ _ ...... ' " I ~ /West Virginia Matrimony is con- I v i g L~ ~ po~ t ons the same time Miss Dorothy Barr I ity Lenten service for 1959. The ~' '- ,~o City Coun- then a further lease at $250 a mon I scances, an o aoou~ $~uu m money I@,KAAI D.., @LAI&__., /sidereal to 'be'much more than a IThe ~. sary t)ep tiver ~hapsody, a teacher at She.pherdst0wn elem visi,ting speaker will be Dr. Massey ~WOrds had been [th. Some Council members demur l~a~en .m ~ne ~mra ease r epoff~ea. I3$IIUOI 311 llt r$ [simple civil ceremony and relies |,Lne spzri~ua'l Lonesome ~toad, Sev t~ry school, was granted a leave lMott Heltzel of Richmond, Va. A .~i,een the Mayor red at tying up the property un-I accormng ~o ~orporai ~. r'. r~zcn- ] -- /on the ministers of Christian Char l enty:,six Trombones and Hernan- of absence. I ~ ~ ~en.on the pro- [ der lease for that length of time. | arzson." ....... I T A LoWer,, Su,~rintendent of/ehes to safeguard the Holy instit- Ids tiiaeway. Two new numbers Re-activated as teachers were I BAJ ~1, .... ~i=e A Im 7yuncii in a split Principal oVher business at the l 1"he nrsc. t)reaK]ng aria .enter- I refferso,, ,~,,un[~' ~c~,v.,s .... ~,~ ]u.tion of marriage and 'the home' Iwill .be bhe tone poem "Walls of Mrs Mildred P Strider and Mrs [ h~ U'USS Ul'lVl I!1 ::~ Plans and then I session involved approval of enter-]!rig re por~ea, occurrea as ~eweaere I~x~,~,~~'~',h,;",~".:'~'~-~,~':,~ / Therefore be it resolved th'a't no [Jericno" and "God and Country" Joan Kershner both for the Shepl "" ............... ~r OVer to t r locaseo in me Jsrownsvllle seal;ion ........ ........ ~'~"~ Overture "ne UDIIC is e rdiall n .... 'he Mar [ ing into a contract for pu chase [ ~ ' .... " " . -- ".[ t~ h,~ ~,"~ ~ .... r~*~ ~f "~-~'~ ~ member of the Charles Town Min I p * ' . o . Y herdstown elementary school. I f '",,~ee~._. for study l of the water service" systems for[ on ......... ~ne sou~;neas~ cage Ol unarms |children ............ for their" ............ assistance in/isterial Association will perform linvited~ and there will" be no aarms" The 'board also held a thorough mmtv I lan oo~n,-I~e~v~ ~nd a~o'n!n~a~so~forl~':~c~ %ri~v~t~~ ~eo,in~ tho~mal, wo~en ~el~s/the Marriage rite wi.thout at least[sin: ......... discussion of the teacher needs[ --v.===jf =,* ~glngl yor's propos- I $~uu ouu zrom reopJes wa~er ~er- I . . . ,,,v ~ ' lused ....h~,l bus st-~o i" -"'~o / three days ,previous notice I .~c rne eoncmsmn oz tne concert for the sehol year in view of tl~e , ~_ . l vice Co.. The matter has been de-[someone naa en~erea ~ne uno.ccuplo,,n ,~0~"~.,~ T~:~, :~"'~';~/ siLmed: [the annual Bahd S.wee,theart Dan limited number of replacementsl,~Jeff~ersnCuntychapter' Amer ', zzas b .... iea nouse sometime ~'riaa nl /at -,,-, ~,,,,~,~,,,,-~,~ ...... . ......- ~-- . . ,~a, r~eu ~,russ omcm~ LZnS week ,.. een pushmg lvelopmg to th~s point for some | -. . =: . . ._ Y g_" [ ~ ....~ ~o ~h,~ h,~,~,~ ~o~ o~ I The Rev Stanley 1~ Hauser Pres /ee will be held a.t the school gym available The Board was toldl ..... ~,~ ~ho~ ~; ...... ,,,~ .... r,~, '~ zor a,u' t;naries Town S~a~e Troopers re ..... ~.. ~..~ o~....,.. ........ '~ "~'" " - " ' "' " sEv ~1 n " " " ~r,,--o~,. " " P'- ' thonzation I months. Next step ~s to get approv / ... - -- - - -" I wa~,s ex,-~rienced some difficult- | The Rev. Russell Urquhart Sec | Miz. e y Earp as tlae Queen there is now about ten vacancies | shin cam~a['~nw|5~v'~t~"~'~"~ 1~ ~aOdeling program ] al of Public Service Commission | R. ruex ano Tommy war(] ~aae [ b~in,, ~'h,~ h .... h~.l.i-a,v.~ ~,~ ,~o,.~/'The Rev Richard E Neal' ' [ and her at,tendants .are Joan uam in ttie school teaching set-an / ~'='- -.-_-.-: .... = .... ;:"=-. -- "==-"A"- : i " cost of s25 nOn I f~r th~ "~rai~et aft-r which re t an investigation anQ repor~ea/-~Y'-.'~ -.~ ~:.~.yy.~ ... y..r~/,,~.^ ~^." -. . : ." z.-~. ._ t eron and Jud~, R~'hins''~ qm. ,~,., ~--~ ,h~ .~ ...... ~ ..... .7"..^/momentum zmmeomteJy It tne ~ this amount [venue bon~ls'would be issued for re [.that entrance .to :the. house had [ amn:nt~at~ago~d~lo~nLPsagr~weWn tT~e l~ev' I~~e !'~" H~'l~rnaza |.ee .Will feature l~he ighteen':p~'e~e i po~t~'rom Su~ri~;t~enden~"1.~wer;| ~oa! of$5:667.1es to^be.reached be- .~re~odel the front [ tirement of the bonds on a defin- | been ga!nea van ~orcmg open a | ~n,o~,t~,.~,~ ........... ,~ ..... ,~,.o | ' . ' /~iglervitle Hialh S~hool Dan~e I of a recent tea'cher recruiting tri.n/ "Y 2: .... ~:'~."'. ff'c"u . _ . d secona ssory winaow. No,bin was w..o.,.~.,~,,~ --~,.o,. ~.,.~,..,v-- ~..~ ,~ ~ . , "| .'~ Hnan|al s~a~emen lssuefl [o- ~ at t.~f car, lteJy-seheduled tz e arrangement ...... g c st o ma "n r , Bltnd, This orgamzation ~s coils]d- which he made March 2-4 to the , ~,~d Wmshsngton I Tl~,~ bonds ~-outd~e self-liqu~dat-tthou.g~'f to .have been Caken from [~s 'beLmekiln~o~Paior~ibitt~:emt Post To Have of the fines s.c~ool_ dar~.e University of Richmond, the Sou-] d~a~YnZeVena:e~d th~t~nl~h~2~?3" hwad ~'",na~asburg tPpe /ing on basis of the revenue. They | ~ne nou.se, nowever. ~i .... | , __ ~" ........ ~'__ ........ '-._._[ * " ban as ,m k'ennsywanla. ~'rienas them Teacher's Agency in Rich- bw2~l~{'~i~e"~ riv"" ...... ':-" ""Y ~r~e~,alnder of the/would extend over some years./ ;~ome~lme S~_turaay mgnt ~ne | x.owcz'y smu-zur ~at~ umsnow.,n [ I't,._&.. a .... t~-~t.._J_.. ] arm pa~z'ons of the Harpers Ferry mond and to Randolph Macon Col/2,~e ~:,a~_ d_ve.._Red C.r~s work .~- .,asp interior im / would .be callable I tsaac walton (2lad ~louse, loc~ea I reason continuous uc~s oI vanml, j rarlw, unm: ). lUrl / Band are invited ~to Chis dance ~,,~ T,P..du~rv t,l~ fh~ ~,~--.4 ~-,-| ~'~ zzotvc uu'u~ Uly~U l~-~t~llVaS ~ / I / ........ ] ............. [ le ........ o ........... ,u ,,e/th i ar s' restaurant. Present at the meeting and con near Leetowrb wa~. broken, into ~sm and. destructmn are beinll J J which will require admission, als0 plans to make some recrmt-' once ran ea~ mr o~xier, to give..every- ~rooosed improve" [ s~on~bilites were representatives [ ism took ,place inside nothing [ And although efforts ,have been | |~ |.~l~l~lr~ Kirmtlav i ~, . .. ,. . I in the membersn.ip program. ~ . sa..... / I / .......... [ "- -" ..... - [ Mrc .......... " ........... ,,o,, ,,el Sections re r in - zd he w " m n ,was reported stolen made ,by both the s~ho01 author- # ..... po t g contributions anted to of the C~arles A. Hmch Co pa y . , goes to the Spring meeting o~ the thi w " . .right away but/Cincinnati Ohio investment con-I State Troopers Ward .and Truex/~t~es and the Charles Town. State/ P~t. 7~ Am,~r~--- r ...... ,^.-~,/3ec0nd ~.=o,~e ~oyle w~t, Wr~,~n,, .~oh,~, ......... / S eek were Berryvdle road ~.~ they wante /sultants and Kelly Godlev and lare also investigating tl~is cause | Pohce to apprehend the persoza.s/ ~h. ,~ ~,~m~v wm ~,,h,~./ ......... f ~ m*n~'~ ,~,,~n,~ ~,~ ~ah,of~l | $103, Blue R~dge $41.36, Bardane ,,u soraeth" ck , " ,. " " Tuesday morning Corporal I P who are trlxsettin.g and damaging '--'~'" " ...... "'": ............. ~/ t~n .......................... ... $20.50; Northeast Charles Town ; 1; mg .more Staubs, Charleston en~meerang . ' the n~tlonal Legmn organization's The Board also appointed John 113 ' ~zhey Would give [consultants. Negotiations are in ].Rzc'hardson and.Charles Town Pol/the shelters they have not beent40th birthday S~turdau night with [ Is Upheld Aqalg In]Winkler of Leetown to renlace/$ ^.80: No~hwest Char!es Town t~t~ncll also explain [progress with the latter for servi-[rce Ch~.ef Ep.nralm ~a.y were call: [ successm~ re). oa~e. . ... ]a .party and dance .h t~e local[ A m = ..o ". " ]Jim Carper as driver of the" ~us/~g~'~: ~o,~ ~222~ :~o~, ~,~e.en busy with/ces to be rendered in connection ]ca co znves~]ga~, a oreaK)ng anaI Lowery sam ~ne sicuatzon ~nas Ipost',s home on :West Washington I I'al,m4b I 14bi~EA,-- t.for the Leetown route. Mr. Carperl ~.'V.='Z~' "~L'~Y"'."~_.~ ...... "L :"-': :~: rae~ nazi not had]with plans for improvement and [en~enng an~ r.oDDery a~ me omce[grow~ so bad in recent weeks it Istreet ] bUUH LlllUOllUll [has been ill. [~u~.~o; .wnarms l~own ~omrea ~. t~ zn With recom- /moderations of the service after I O:Z ~r. iviarsnau tizenn in xne mas[ has been necessary r,o expend [ A S~'~.lal hmw fm3m R t.~ .~ n m [ ~11 [ In discussing school finances[ ~out.ne.as~ ann ~outnwes.~ $~z.l~; :~ ~ltr~uhatre~thgdelity [ zt b~lCmm:smbPerpegty ~futnhel CiwtYre [ ~rB~illd'~a~.~e/,~tw~Wash?gtn [ mu~htei~ke i2n:rdm~:Y:e~ ~.hhJm [ ~reflrl gltyth~iVewmi~lgl~eflSt~l~iwti:~ Zy [ edThoeprPelsUleZttiffvjhfi~lethtUgrofar2i~o t~hee b~ZdwVleseWldo~efa~l~i:n~[/~3~0~i~d C~$a1~618~ .~l~R~'~j:t !~ !f" somnCil has ~been / I / l/present at the session. Considerab-ansacted [ tranceCrpralto theRicnaraSnoffice wasSaiagalneden-/usedin suChfor conditlonthe ur osetheYforCanwhichbela dance" that will continue until[JbringM Boy~etlae sUltnas zueaW'hJch amstMrs" HetenLuise ! Virginial Legislature as an ultima-/ Flowing Springs $52 ~5' Halltow'~'~ '~Od e time now le routine business was tr ~ . . P P " midnight. . " a~ e turn from them ~ha.t any addition- 42 45" Har s* ' ' ier*~ehng program|including granting of building per [thrugh~frcmg pen a back dr'[they were placed n the unty'sl Workmen ~his week are corn-]weyman Boyle. executrix of thelalschool finances must come from/,$ " : ..... Pe~ Ferry $2&50, Bol- -4~~en. /mits and ~payment of bills. [ rceporsea as missing is a~out l school bus routes. [nlgt.t,,, t.ho n~intin~ nf ~ha l,,c, cri..-..w l estate of .the late A. J. Boyle to [the counties and nnt frnm the,|lear $1Yt'~JtJ; ~rowns ~nop-Jonn- , "" ]51e0r0e ~nk2 fragd :ld0ec~il~s ~hhe!Chl Lowery said if parents OfrSChool [home w;th' t'he~'colo~" sclae~e'~of ]~riy~eThlt ~in~ho~Ud~edMe~in tStuatmet~eAZd as an outgrowth of a| Ln~zwn ~2~25'sK~v~t?:;ay$5~i~; ~t Point $88 25 Mdlville Wan h..,,^ DA~IkA~AdI~ ~t~ ~01 ' I fice. There was also some corns n any rPrson they see upsetting ] The Ameri n ~' '' l he sustained the demurrer of the at a recent meetin m Charles ' , " ~v ...... o ca Leozons h story g " 99 ' " ' $ 55 Northwe t and Southwest U MIIYW~ nt~at, llU:~ @%11o, dt~av~ercibUt:ttheywe~ [ ~aeld~ms~eiengh~;~Tng~ daWimll ]d~rit~s Ft~ranclcM~e.rCwhhe~nS~lTg~'o~u~:9of a~ d~e ~::;dSUwtiteMo~S'tH:li~e Twnt~ef ~h:ol ~ Indeo~Y ~a~son $48; Southeast Ranson ,rts To Reach $12,000 ~m~ ::tylW:~~ LaerskdaMy OmndoarnY { ~jt towfl~hbeesMrf~ha;lp, and[~~O~n~e~rh:ldworWa:rnioIa~o:n. [ ~OaYrU~s~J~ulmeo~Sten Cn:~a!:c Cii t~:p~t!:7x tfnSe0sarhaPo~Sea!i~iFs:i~ [ ~i'~s4~0'TnN~.~ith~2nt-d~ ".~u,:(O!opSn a ; : -- ~ . . . dy Roosevelt jr son of the ~nite~i go in Charles Town. [ fuation in the county. ] . 2ty ay es - _ ----- v_ I ^. Muo_ ilantl$1 T. e !It, get,on nvol es the Afte these and .... , 98.00 in ,reTers 3~1i5 n0me/u i ilVl{Ulgl~[ W~lWiW~l {~1 [ i~-., i- ] During the na~t ,{our decades d~s snare of the a~nulti-miHlon- discussion on a projected improve E ISC h :,eat of Child I I ,,. &J-.L n,l=-- @,..J .... & Ithe Le-~on :has'town to a mem- Collar estate of t'he la~e Albert J. ment program this committee is P 0pc ans To ,tO figures re l~m|}he Tkan D,m,k~~ [I-J .... j,_& :.. p,, flu IqdrK rallil 3Uilgay allbershi~' of ax~p~roximately three [Boyle. COT.owner with his second]to 'make a later report to the ,,, .~ t"-~uY Tucker.. [dlill|lll~ /11~;11 /UllbliUO~O I II1UUptfllU~211I I-I[1~ ~U, ]- - - * ~- | I million nlus one'- and one-half mil wue'. of tne unarms Town l;ace board with recommendations for Nave hmll Surfer {b I=,,. T bl;ll~,, N^m,- I {rres0Ferian tnurcn i l,on Au~xiliary members. It was{tra....c.K" . ...... Improving the situation In the Zion Ep{seop Chu will have " " / *" t I hvid I'IU ~.I'1 t21e first veterans ozganizatmn to Y Y ualsand w Presb ermn a Parish :Parody N~ght with Coy ' The Charles To n yt' I be " Louise M. Boyle, his first wife ao " ~ ~ . " 3ca . . granted a charter by Congress aand[ [ ~ /Church will follow "ts u l I . All ~id u,n membe;s of the Le~ gain t Helene Weyman Boyle 'his . , " " P" " ....... 'a~a ..... l are A D Peters and Mary Eleanor ~ suePalm s ered D~sh Supper on Monday res.ponse to]Peters have agreed to sell their I ~ .-: { Sunday tradi~tion of having all l "~- - ~'. ' .-- .~ i sec0nd wife The fir if~ ~,~,~ i in111~1~/~411~!~11t~ PiPll t,t~,~ a~ ~'~ p m ,~t th= Paz%l, )se aDuro~eh_ _ I house and lot on South Church I ~ " { +h.,~. ~.~,~, .... ~+~,,,,-~+~ i,~ ,h .... I ion ana Auxiliary are invite~ to h . ,, .... st w. ......... , "'~V'~"~"" /,l~. ~,0. JHouse~ .... ~s ....... w ~ ............ ~" ...... " ............. ' Yaturday night's dance and party t at they were ...... .,operly dz- ill be con]Street in C.h,~rles Tow.nz.to Wi!-I ~~ ]ship service. The children's choir irhe. me,, ,~rin~ wifo h,,o~"--~ ~.: ]vorced and that she isthe lawfulIAne,~,A~ 1~ AI..,--,. TheReverend Theodore East- .'~ure and in- Ilium ti. ~m~n, ~ an~ ~namov~e I ! xnder the direction of Mrs N I .~ ". ~ ~' ~ ~ ~' ......... Iwidow and as such is entitled to I~lll;~W~l~U I1 ~10111|~ ]man, ~:xecu~iv~ Secretary of the " [rlenQ emdnded that ISmith. The Smiths operate Bill's I ~~ /Clarke Furr will sing "When H|sl /the widow's share of the ~s~o~o [ ......... |Overseas Mission Society Wa~sh- sent to "The [ News Stand on North George ~t.] ~i~ [Salvation Bringing" The Junior! -- -- ~- | Attorne~'D H Rod~ers~'r~ ~e, moers oz tne zna.epenaen~ ington Cathedral, Washington, D. c/ . ~ . J a ~.~ ~.ump~ny salcl (,oQay that Shirley I having purchased the so:me, from I ~!~ !Cholr, under the direction of' Mrs. |0 I;0rd ~lesl~en s Imember of th'e firm of Rice i-Ian their de,~rtment had -ns~, ...... /C. will be the speaker. oz Charles [ Katherine rtan. n last ~aarcn. e~ | ~~l ! Fred Guthrie, will sing "All Glory v /nis and Rodgers which represents { alarms ~o ,o~+ ,~,._~.f~.u..,.~. [ ~. ,presen~ mey live in rxagerstown, L ud an Honor" The Senior . . . .... .~ .~o~ .,,~,~u~. ~us~y, . . a d . , . the plaintiff sazd that they have lwlnds and x - ) ~ted that .t.h~ Ibut wall move ~o .thew new home ~~ [Choirunder the direction of Mrs ' hl~r In W,,,eh,nn*^n [exc,**-,o-~ *~..~ ..... -* ..... ,, .... -~' . _. e treme dryness ac- [Shepherdstown I mr bhc" around May 1 IIIil~ Ul IIU]nUI~|~II ueQ Ior seven grass /Ires two , ly ~tn~nk I 3 . . I ~~ [Owen Conklyn will sing "Sing AI- ]will file an amended petition . were overheated cfilmneys one a/Given Prison T,~Pm~ rave alr The Peters nave agreeo r,o ,par- leluia Forth .... i " If th m ' ' , , '- ........ eady ' Nearl 7 ~ e a~ ended petition is refus trailer fir a and m~r~,, [chase a house and lot on South [ ~~/ ] The Saeram,mt of Ba.~tism will I ... yI 0.top Ford salesmen ]~1\+~ ........... ,, r. .......... I.. e .rid one call to Hessy / A Sh*~h,*-,~* .............. ~h~ll~ ~h! { 8nl~e~eloenT!er~n~vMlsmM:'ty~,~~1~~ ] ~eu~d~.rlnieditneddwul~ol~n~a~ee e~' ;~inf~n"~f'nd- ~sih~PSe~Mrn~ry~:d'~'na meir w, ves relaxesentin a ,~r~r~herngz ....... ~r~m.iel~::e;r~ ......... rta:: '~kr~edWhe~ren. eal~bYou~Sl~entScc~{~s~reet provea an ",onest ............................ M,s /~urvHnOt~i:w/Se~dteinh~n'c~edT!sP~snsn: W . i " " ' r . . , ';he District of Columbia will be , Y Y ants wez-e simply ,burning trash ' ' g r , hmh the [ ~ [ ~~ J to .be presented for I~ptlsrn w,l]I honored b" Ford Division'at a din [Clarence E. Martin represent the ............. ~ ._. " {Md. when conlvcted o.f stealing ~he Haven I~e |#t~n ~i~u##,amAl~ J ~~ [ meet with the mlnister at 10:50 aer .... "~, ,t. .......o ....I second Mrs Boyle ~_.,e H-a.er ~.,re. p~vea me mos~ |from a store there | I'110. JVllll ll~;W~VlII~I I ~~ I A. M. on March 22 in the SeniorI Hotel Wa.~hingt~n n ~ .~at,r [ Judge Snyder was called to sit horn ............ Y'- ..... i House rcmved five years m the SWhohavel,, ', ^.~,. ~" I ~~ IHigh classroom, day ~Iatx~t~ 2i" ............... ]ln the case after Judge D. H. Rod Keeeo~V~e~l~ael ~:~nZa':n~Z MCs|hOuse off correction. The juvenil, o .' ,Heanc ,,,rver r0r , ~~. I The session wili meet at 10:20 a. ~"'^s~- -r^ = ..... ~ _,, ......... I gers had reeused hlmsel.f ......... l received one yea,- to 18 months'm ~, ..... [ I ~~~ i m.oreceivenewmembels. Itwill ~m.~N~ 'h,h "~h,, a .... ,~o.+;,~,, ,~1 ~ --.. " |~he sta,te reformatory. The two ~:,~cary, [ C .... E.,~.....J..&tA.,, I ~~ I meet ~t 10:20 A. M: on Easter ~le~m'~o~s_l'e~m,~%=~'2~.~'~.:~ I r_ __ ta_ ~,_._ t__._ me siren atop the Independent | were trled and sencenced by Judge ;4,~e~sn, I[IgHV [~UilUa||~li I ~:.~~. |also .to receive new members. ~:/ bhe bPe~t saales%"~c'orT~%7'~or~|r0ur ~ew uirecmrs c.ompany has .sounded 56 alarms D. K McL~ughlin. S~len in the ~. Mlt- ,'t~ a rece,b zzzee'~ ~ ux c ~ I KATHERINr~ ~azvi~-~ ............. ru ~ ~ . ,. / , ~'~aemi-cal ' --" ~- .......... in- -" th^ H-r I " ., ..... [ The worship service wlU be at ~.~"~.,~ ~u~ ,~,,~,~ ,o~, i P u ., since one s mr~ of the new year, robbery were $90 in cash and $17 " ' " ' " tplre Chief o th In e n~lent/' "" ' ' ' " |Cha les ~'(~wn O~ne al Itos ira" /0wn ~,0unol/0 ru! J0wn inns' *Mar land Bond; .Secretary, Mr. Lewis[ .. " , pe ' | ~ ' .... i - r p 1 Mary W. Nichols; Treasurer, .Mrs. Willard[ Pire.~uom.pany of Char!es Twnl~HAn' /'nmnanv HOT CROSS BUNS at Miller'sl was held Tuesday evening in the p I ~ ~ le t = ~e a .... th, H M Moler. The Harpers Ferry Area | [or me Firemens 9araae o~ ~ne| ~,||~! ~n~ ~uq#un~ ~arket Every Wednesday, Alsol &udi,torittm of the Funkhouser rm~|~r~ | ~ l|~||/~l ~ limA ARII~i| ' ' " ' ' ' " { ntl " "Richard E Nea] a d Oeor e i~ul" Sunday morning ADril 25 at 2 a they said they hoped most of Char Ira 8prin progressing very nicely. ] ison 4-H Club and Che Future| ered the following calls rece y. March 5-tf.--Y'P { , n g - m no~,,~,h+ ~o7~' .............. :: . _ ] . . . Moler ~ |Homemakers of America. 8he is] March 9 a grass .fire at t~he ........ /len. arotm~.~i~n~-~y,j,~ ,,~ .... :, ue ms 'TOWn 0usmess ann inaustries A & Mrs J Henry James has return|also a member of the Ways and]home of Edgar Ahalt in Ranson ATTENTION FREE GAS / Retiring from the board are" J "il .... a~v~ma_n9 runmrougn un would follow the same time Day- ed fr~m'a 3~& weeks stay in the |Means committee of the Senior|Independent Fire Company assi.~ -- i Errol Ward, who has been serving ~ AT~,houlYh' :rnzng, ~epc. z(i. light Time schedule. as resident of the Hos ltal John g a in the past there ~s Action of the Council Monde ~wo Carolinas. She was wi~h herIClass. | ~, THR RANS~LANTIC SER-| 'P ' P ; " " - .... ' Y 'v s h nies - ~ F b vlee resident" Don ex cted to be some confus o mgn~ ~nu~ means that Charles daughter and other rel~t~ e. S el The ,C~,.~fT~wn l-Icmorarv rel Mar~h 10-both local com~ vl~. gqPA'r|~ Cnn th~ R~n~nJ . Am rose, -p , - pe i n and _ spent a couple of days m a hos-| Chief contest will be held in Win[ answered a call.to the home of Circle) WILL GIVE ,AWAY l~{ald Eaz.kles, secretary and Thur- difference of opinion on the time T.!W~..wdl go on fast time along .pital for rest E. K. G. and an eye/~h~r at 4 n m Anrll -~0 andiWade Penwell whose automobile,r.~u,m. ~t ~.,,.nttn~ t~ the luekvlman Whitacre .... ~.,~... ,., .~ ..... ,.,~,__+.. ,~.. wlvn ~ne nalon's metropolitan cerl ~xamm~tion. Mrs. Jmes said ~he| ~h~. winner w~l] lead ~h~ ou, t-oq-| se~t had cau41~tt ,fire as a reault winnm- ~h w~k '~r~win~ oht Details covered m the various .... ~. ...... ers. Charles Town will. however, ............................................... t=nar{es Town t;ouncu vot, ea Mo spring flowers there were about/town umt-~ In the mgltt narade /of burning ma~ehes. Damage was Sat,,rdav* at 2"00 P M |,hospi'cal report, s which were gwen . n go on of fast time one month a- three weeks ahead of ours. / ......... 1 estim~ted at ~bout $25. ,.,.~,~ ,,~,.~,,~, |at ~'te meeting will be carried in day night at a regmar meeting to e~t e/ the cities, since many of donn A ~OY~I IS cflLlrnlarl OI vv,z~ut,,~'~ p~z~z~a* , -- } , . .[ March 10-~t 4:30 p. m. extin- . . . {next week's Issue of this paper, put the towns employee on the them will in all probability remain Drive CAREFULLY. The LIFB| e contest w~Ach wil.1 be ,netd .at| guished a grass fire at Poea Dot It. M. SMITH, Dlsmbuzor. i .... Fast Ttme schedule from April 25 on Daylight Time until l~te Oct EOU Save M~v Be YOUR OWI~ i the Ca~,~l Theatre. /Farms, 'C)a~mont". May 22-tf.--FP / ATTEND C]IUREII SUNDAY until ~pt. 26. o~r.