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AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . AND E. Webb Telephone 2492 the Rev. Carol Churehy and Rev. Murray officiating. The deceased was widely known for her kindne~ land neighborliness to every one with whom she came in contact. She was active in both Church and community affairs as long as her health would permit. Death of Allen Ridgeway `Mr. Allen Leon Ridgeway, aged hermits. Hoffmaster master. Survivors are one dau 69 years died very suddenly on ter, Mrs. Thuryle Taylor and one Monday morning at his home in liq~ Belle Hoffmaster, J gran.dson Wayne Taylor, both of Harpers Ferry. He had not been h,, Washington coun- I Hagerstown, Md. The body rested ill and his death was a great shock on Thursday, March ] at t21e local Eackles Funeral Chap .to his brother-in-law and two sis- illness. She was a J el and was then removed to .the ters, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hoover L,pl, S Manor, Md. ]Church of God in S~mples Manorand Mrs. B. C. Sponsrler. The lat- -~i:r' and had spent J one hour before funeral services ter is a resident of Bolivar but n that area. She Jot 2 o'clock I~. m. Interment was had spent most of the water with her brother-in-law and sister and 5f John W. Hoff- |made .in the nearby Cemetery with her 'brother who had never mar- ried. He was the son of the late BETTER. BUY... Robert Lee and Joseph Manuel Rid geway and had spent his en- tire 1Ke in ~the Harpers Ferry area. He was a member of the Harpers Ferry council. A retired telephone ~ ,. repairman he was widely known in ~]~ ",, Jefferson county and being .possess ed with a pleasing personality, he made ,friends vcherever he went. He was a Veteran of World War I and was a member of the Ameri- can Legion and of Virginia Lodge No. 1 of the IOOF of Harpers Ferry. The (body remained at the Eackles Funeral ,Chapel where ser vices were conducted on Wednes- J-h~r~t~ day afternoon at 2 o'clock with i the Rev. Wm. G. Miller of the Camp Hill Methodist Church of- r~o ficiating. Interment was made in Harper Cemetery. I Mrs. Granville Dinkle of Bolivar spent several days ~last week in SHOES FOR CHILDREN | As ,een rn PARENTS* Windows For Many Other Styles :Charles Town General Hospital undergoing treatment and observa tion. She is improving satisfactor- ily. Recent visitors ,at the home of Mrs. Lenora Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dalley and ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas Dailey and tam ily of Charles Town. Mrs. Willard Moler and Miss Judy Auvill of Camp Hill Meth- odist Church and Miss Lauredu Wel~b of Bolivar Methodist Chur- oh attended a Council Meeting (~f the M. Y. F. on Monday eevning at the Ca'[vary Methodist Church in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowland of Manassas, Va. spent the weekend with the ,formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowland. Mrs. Frank Sperry and son Jack of near Harpers Ferry spent Sun day .in Washington, D. C. Mr. Wesley Legg 'and Miss Mona Brown of Washington, D. C. spent ,Sunday at the home of `Mr. and `Mrs. John Haefer. Mrs. B. F. Ea.ckles of Bolivar is spending ~wo weeks with her son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watson in Williamsport, Md. " Airman 1/c Leon Dinkle, son of ~Mr. and Mrs. Granville Dinkle of Bolivar returned home from Ma- drid, Spain two weeks ago after spending nearly two years there. Accompanied by his wife of Bruns wick, Md. ,they will leave for Geo- rgia the first week in April where Leon will be stationed for the dur ation of his term in the U. S. Ser vice. On Order Food Sale" ~adies of St. John Lutheran C~urch will ~ ]~n .~ "~..o~er" l~50d sale on ~:aturffuy', March 28 when homemade cake, candy, pies rolls and salad will be on sale. Phone orders ,to Mrs. M. J. Rau 2441 before Friday, March 27th. A meeting of the Official Board of the Bolivar Methodist Church will be held at the Church on Sat- urday evening, March 21 at 7:30 o'clock. Everyone connected with the Church is urged to attend tbAs very importan,t meeting. Charles Town, W. Va. & Finance Co. 796 $20.00 to $300.00 ...... is here so now is the time for New Repair and Other Seasonal Ex- Call Your FRIEND Indeed--THE 115 North Charles Street TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 480 AND EFFICIENT SERVICE |llllll TUNE IN CHANNEL 5 3:00 O'CLOCK JIGSAW QUIZ CHARLES TOWN AND VICINITY WILL BE CO - SPONSORED BY US Opening a charge account or doing busi- With strangers, a GOOD BANK REF- Can be exceedingly helpful. PAYs to establish yourself with a bank, it Your headquarters for money matters. When you need the boost that a recom- e411 can provide, A GOOD BANK REF- is one of the most valuable assets laossess. } EACH WEDNESDAY REGISTER AT OUR STORE FOR YOUR FREECHANCE FOR A TELEPHONE CALL, YOU MAY WIN THE BIG JACKPOT PRIZE. ! RADIO-TELEVISION APPLIANCES 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS l Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation btember Federal Reserve System 587 Ranson, W. Va. NO SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING ACCOUNTS. MAKE THE ZENITH YALUE CHECK Don't forget to attend the Band Concert at the High School on Friday evening, March 20. These young people and their most effi- cient Band Director, Prof. C. C. Arms deserve the support and en- couragement of ~he home town 'people and we hope ,to have quite a number from our surrounding area. We are sure that you will enjoy every minute you spend in the High S~hool Auditorium on Friday eevning of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson spent a day recently at thehh ~ome of Mr. and Mrs. 'Woodrow Higgs in Silver Spring, Md. Mrs. John Good, of Charles Town sister of ~Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Higgs re- ,turned home with them after vis iting at the Higgs and remained !at the Robinson home for a short visit. ! Mr. G. E. We'bb continues indis- posedat his home in Bolivar. Harold Shaft,r, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. ~). Hollis' of Bolivar who just ~finished his boot training at GreaA Lakes for the U. S. Navy is ,spending a 14 day leave with his parents. He will leave for Newport P0hode Island on Maroh 27 where he will be stationed until further notice. ,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malicoat of Hyattsville,~, Md. accompanied by Misses Elaine and Vickie Edwards spent S~turday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Haefer. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reek spent ,Monday in Winhester, Va. Mrs. Charles Wise of near Boll ear is quite il,1 and a p~tient in the Memorial Hospital in Winches ter, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Snider of Bolivar announce the birth of a son born in Charles Town Gener- al Hospital on last Thursday and welching 6 :pounds and 11 oz. He has been named Neal Kevin. Mrs. Snider and her infant son are spending two weeks at the home of her moVher Mrs. Grace Hagen in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. l~ndolph Eamnan of McLean, Va. spent Sunday with the formers parents `Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Earman. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood Court- man spent last Thursday evening in Washington, D. C. The following l~dies from this area motored to Wi'lliamsport. Md. on Monday for a curd party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. StroCher Watson who were former residents of near Bolyivar. Mrs. Marie Oden Mrs. Mary Belle Hollis, `Mrs. Sadie Benjamin, `Mrs. Jcunnie Snider, Mrs. Catherine Rockenbaugh, Mrs. Isabel Sponsler and Mrs. Myrtle Stuart. Delicious refreshments were served and a pleasant after- noon enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron of Harpers Ferry motored to Char- lottesville, Va. on Saturday accom ~panied by their daughter Kay who went for entrance examination for entering fine University of Vir- ginia at ahe beginning of the next ,term in Sept. Miss Cameron has been a student at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown for the past two years. She ts a graduate of Harpers Ferry High School. Mr. Linwood Roeder and daugh- ters of East Riverdale, `Md. were visitors at the home of ,Mrs. Edna E[ern on Friday afternoon. Mr. Roeder is a natlv,e of Harpers per ry. His mother Mrs. Grace i%oeder has ,been with her son and family for several ,months, recuperating from surgery. ~he plans to return to her home on Washington St. as soon as she can locate some re- liable woman to stay wl,th her ,for awhile. Mr. Harry Kerns of Washing- ,ton, D. C. spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. Edna Kern. On Sunday they were dinner guests ~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thompson in Charles Towm They were joined ,there by Mr. and Mrs. William Flannigan of Bak,erCon. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Kern and family of Alxandria, Va. visited the formers ~mother ~Irs. Edna Kern on Sunday. Several ladies from this area at tended the Flower Show at the Ar mory in Washington, D. C. on Monday, March 9. Among them were Mrs. K.ilham, Mrs. Monroe Rathbone, Mrs. `Marne Marquette, Mrs. Ada~aid Cauffraan, Mrs. Dor othy Reed, Mrs. C. C. Johnson, ~`Mrs. G. E. Perry, Mrs. Willard Mol er and `Mrs. Henretta Koonce. The ,laVter o,f Halltown. Dolly Madison Club To Award Money Bunny The Dolly Madison Garden Club wi~l on March 21, award the $i00 "Money Bunny" to some lucky person. The bunny is now o~ dis .play ,at Scott & White's 'Drug Store in Charles Town and tickets on it are still available at the drug store or Crom members of the club. TODAY is the TOMORROW we thought about YESTERDAY. Drive CAREFULLY, The LIF} YOU Save May Be YOUR OWN Order of Publication, THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: AT RULES held in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- erson County, West Virginia, on Monday, the 2rid day ol Marc~h 1959, Alice S. Leps, Plaintiff VERSUS: In Chancery George E. Leps, Defendant OBJECT O1~ SUIT The object of the above suit ,in chancery is o obtain a divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii and ~he cus- tody of the ir~fa~t child of ~he par ties. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant, George E. Lepg, is a n0n-residen,t of the State of West Virginia, he is hereby required to appear with in One Month after he date of the first Oubllca%ion of bhls order and do What is necessary to pro- ,tect his interes~ in this matter. ~'t !is ordered that a ,copy of this or- der be forthwith ,published once a week for three consecutive weeks in Spirit of Jefferson-F~rmers Ad- vocate, a newspaper printed in the 'town of Charles Town i,n said Jefferson County and of general Circulation in the County of Jeff erson. W. M. JONES Clerk of the Circuit Court John C. 'Skinncr.....P.Q. Maxch 5-3T- EHG E By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. James ~hrelty and daughters of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Green, walt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Penwell of near Kabletown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. Mr. Maynard Stallings of Boli- var was supper guest Tuesday ev- ening o~ Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Qutte a few members of our church attended the Quarterly Conference which was held in The Bakerton Church Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Bill KidwHer and family are moving this week from The Henkle ,farm to The Flana- gan farm near Bakerton. Mrs. Lena Ambrose called on Mrs. G. E. Web,b in Bolivar Sun- day afternoon. Am sorry to say that Mr. and Mrs. Webb were not so well. Mr. Neale Am~brose and son Larry of Charles Town visited his paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Am- brose Monday night. ~Mrs. Edi'th Wel,ty of Shenano doah Junction was supper guests of Mr. and Mrs, T. W. Welty and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claison Henkle of Fails Church, Va. spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gageby and family. `Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buzzard of Blair visited Mr. and Mrs. Char los Viands and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Breeden of Ranson visited Mr. and Mrs. Mar Order of Publication, THE STATE OF WEST VIR. GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: AT RULES held in the Clerk's Office of the Circm,t Court of Jeff- erson County, West Virginia, on ~ar~A~ 1959. Karlln Bradley, plaintiff VS Thomas ,Max Bradley, d~e~dant The object of the above entitled suit is for the plaintiff, Karlin Bradley, to obtain a divorce a cm eulo matrimonii from t:he defend- ant, Thomas Max Bradley. I,t SOp, axing, on affidavit filed ,in ,~is sul~, that the De,fondant Thmnas ,Max Bradley is a non- resident of the State of West Vir- ginia and he is hereby required to appear within One Mon,th ~ft~r ,he date of %he firs~ publica~ion of this order and do what is ne- cessary $o protege ~his lnter~ts in 'this matter. I~ is ordered hwt a copy of this order be. forthwith published once a week for three consecutive weeks in Spirit of Jeff erson-Farmers Advocate, a news- p~per prir~ted in the town of Charles Town in the County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk of the Cireult Court James M. Mason, 3d...P.Q. March 5-3T-paid vln Breeden and family Sunday evening. Good luck r,arel~ comes unex- pected; usuaJly, tt is over-expect- ed. Order of Publication. THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: At RULES held in ~he Clerk's office of ~he Circ~ti,t Cour~ of Jeff- erson County March 2nd, 1959. Henry E. Sa~dridge, plaintiff VS SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ra aas ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 7--B Carrie Fern Sandridge, defendant OBJECT OF SUIT To obtmn a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant Carrie Fern Sandridge is a non- residence o~ ,tahe Sta~e of West Vir- ginia she is hereby required ~o ap pear within One Month a~fter ~,he sary to protect her interest in this m.at~ter. It is ordered that a copy of this order be forthwLth publish ed once a week for three consecu, t- ire weeks in Spirit of Jefferson .... Advocate. a newspaper printed in ~Vhe town of Charles Town in tahe County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk of t~e Circuit Court d~te of the ffirst pu'blic@tion of Frank J. Beckwith ...... P. Q. ,this order and do what is neces- March 5-3T- I e OUT? TEST - QUESTION Yes No Doggone If I Know Does your wife have to wring out soppy clothes every washday? Does your wife have to lug baskets of clothes out to the line? Does your wife have to heft the wet clothes up on the line? If you have all "no" answers, you're a prince of a husband[ It means, of course, that your wife is the proud owner of a clothes dryer. If you didn't know, the answer is probably "no!" (Wives tell husbands these things.) If you have any "yes" answers, the wife who slaves /s your own ! For shame! Go on, turn her washdays into fundays. Get her an electric dryer. It does the work with clean, gentle heat in all kinds of weather.. Let your wife take another step into the All-Electric Future... get that dryer today from your local electric appliance dealer or the ' Becouse , Ford's wide seats are deeply padded all the way across.., there's no hard spot for the middle manl So much easier to get into and out of a Ford ... with wid..._.~e door op~enings contoured to fit you.., and big doors that swing way outl e r you e You carl wear your hat comfortably in every Ford... even when you're stretched out in the back aeatl Three sit in comfort front seat or reari F,0.A,F. Come in and Comfort Test, Va/ue Test a new 59 Ford today/ S9 WOILLD'$ i EA l i IUW PaO OR/IONED CARS f ,4- ~ J 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. A