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C. Heinz. ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas hart in Dargan, Md. IEUROPEAN RURAL SCENES I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v Eas ADVOCATE WEATHER AND OTHER Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hunter of Lightner and family of Washing- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman IWILL BE SHOWN AT 4-H ITHURSDA , MARCH 30, 1961 5---A I Atlanta, Ga. have returned home ton were dinner guests of Mr. and anu cnildren were ~unaay guests I puBI,i~. M~ETING APRIL 4 I with the formers sister and faro- - .... " " ~UPCTt| IT | III Ik l after spending the week with Mrs. Dave Gageby Saturday. " ...... a tle inI ------ I Use Our Classified Ads For Results. 1,nI:3II~ II I IILI, r I friends and relatives here. Mrs. Mrs. Lena Ambrose has been uy lvlr. and Mr. ueraJa u s I The Elk Branch 4-H Club willI I Hunter is the former Miss Patti suffering with ear trouble for sev Keedysville, Md. also visited his lb,1a . ,, hll .... ~,, ~t tb, ]of By Mrs. Georgia Pearl I Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. eral weeks. Dr. Smith a specialist parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'."" *' ..~"~'~ "~ ...... ~" .".~ "::~ ~" ~ o -__ /Ercel Boyd. in Winchester removed a small Chapman and family in Middle-|~ersn ~oumy ~ommum~y ~emer~ ~ _ g ....... /Breakfast Easter Sunday tumor from it last Saturday. We way, W. Va. Ibuilding near Bardane on Tues- ~ ~.~ ~ ~....~m~.~ X Mr and Mrs John Whitehair day ni ht, April 4 at 7"30 o'clock Creeping In burial ofMr. FrankGarrett. [ The Men's Brotherhood of are'hoping it won't returnbutit and son Ke]th of Harpers FerrY/Mrs' It. A. Hockensmith, club ~ ~~. ~~~~~~l~ lg is creeping in doing its Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mr. and ] Grace E. & R. Church will serve is still annoying very much. " " " g " " est to be with us but we I Mrs. Charles Garrett were bus- / breakfast Easter Sunday at 7:30 ~ were Monday guests with the lat-|leader, will show slides and dis- ~ Jl elcome it with open arms iness visitors in Martinsburg Sat/A. M. Following the meal there ~:lntn l~r2ma Accne| |nn ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard/cuss rural life as she saw it in ~ ~~ _ ~'~' . 6 have experienced such urday morning. / will be a brief worship service at I ,m-p ,,ram. , JJw,u.v. Everhart. |thirteen European countries ~ .l~ll~";'" )~ ~~ ~I,1 it t'A [~~ winter One week ago this Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper and/9:30, regular worship services willI ............ Mrs. Annie Grove again visited|while on tour last summer. A typi ~ ,~~,~ - morning warm and plen- Mr and Mrs George Walton and|be held. Sunday evening at 7:30 I101d mmersm, met her sister Maggie Mowley in|cal 4-H meeting will be conducted ~ " , ~" ~ne. Tuesday quite a chart / family were visitors Thursday ev ] a program will be presented entit II" Kings Daughters Hospital on | and all parents and interested per ~ ~ her a chilly day and cloud- ening at the home of the formers/tied "Easter Festival. Included ~ L J .. ~ a .m ~ Tuesday evening. Glad to learn|sons are inivted to attend. Re- | es and some wind in late I daughter and family Mr .and Mrs,/in the program will be recitations Ill iqarllnsDurQ April that she found her feeling muchl freshments will be servea. | O g, some rain in the early!Howard Wilt. ~by the children. Misses Brenda " ~better. | | Laboratory Tested Daily [ the night around eleven Birthday Party |Willingham, Madeline Unger and Luke Terry, President Camp Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt| Most youngsters think there | WHIPPED CREAM STYLE fith snow Wednesday mor-i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt who/Marilyn Swartz were received as Frame Association has announ- and son of the Bloomery were vis| are only three seasons in the year ~ ,~x~,~v ~,~v~r ~ ~,~rv~ ~,'~D~n X ' me it looked like another are taking care of Mr. Charles| members of the church upon af- ced a special meeting of members itors on Monday with the latters |baseball, football and basketball. ~ ~,~u~a,,. ~,~ ~,J~,~ ,, 1.~vv,~u ]~ ! those mornings in Feb. Wilt's two small children after firmation of faith last Sunday. of the CampFrame Association mother and family Mrs. Russell l , ~ [[ '~'-'~"~ ~ ...... 0w moved very slow for all sudden death of his wife several The Sacrament of Holy Commun xor ~onaay, April ~ra at '::~u r. Cogle. ] ]~sn t it peculiar that middle } 601 Winchester Ave. MARTINSBURG, W. VA. ~e air was very cold and months ago celebrated the young lion will be observed at the Good M. in the County Extension Of- age . always starts a few ~years ~ ____AM _7- _8816 Ri~ g Thursday morning est sons 1st birthday and baked Friday Service at 7:30 P.M.fice, 528 West Race Street, Mar- This would be a better world[ earher for the other fellow. ~ .......... o I"o ..... k @ ow still with us the sun a birthday cake and adding one Mr. and Mrs. William Rowland tinsburg, W. Va. if- we had more wild' hfe" m" our/ .____ __ ] we Are rurcnaslng jeilers n u unly Drill S OUt and melted quite a bit candle the older brother is three and children and Mrs. Florence The meeting is being called to forests and less in the big cities./ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY years old. Rowland, all of Martinsburg visi- discuss securing of additional .......... Mr. Ronnie Garza and Mr. ted Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas funds to complete work on show- Friday sunshine and by had entirely vanished. a beautiful day with us somewhat on the chilly a glorious spring and Mrs. Ronnie Garza and of Falls Church, Va., Mr. Floyd McDaniels and and Shelva were Sunday evening with Mr. G. C. Pearl. and Mrs. Donald Phifer children of Baltimore, returned to their home the weekend with uncle and family Mr. G. C. Pearl. Wztl~ Mr. and Mrs. this week were Mr. Arthur Brown of Char- Mr. and Mrs. Richard three children of Pur- Va. and Mr. Granville )f Millville. and Mrs. Lester Loy of gton, D. C. were guests re With the latters mother Garrett. and Mrs. Charles Garrett Saturday evening daughter and family ~. Nell Slusher of Ran Nettle McDonald has re- to her home in Pittsburgh, being called home by of her father and also I'm a photography fan. policy that will pro* equipment7 Yes---a low-cost Hart- Floater Policy. For day it protcc~ your In cameras, enlargers, lenses against loss by accident and many Better see us today d~tnils on this, or for help insurance problem, call: James Miller of Falls Church, Va. Sunday afternoon, ers and toilets for boys at Camp motored to Pittsburgh, Pa. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and son Frame. day evening and spent the night Terri Lynn and Mrs. Edith The- Jefferson County has many with Mr. Millers parents while mas were dinner guests on Sun- members of the association and there and brought back a truck day of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh they are invited to attend. load of furniture and stopped by James, aMrtnsburg. Directors from Jefferson Coun on their way home with Mr. and Miss Pam Cox with the help of ty are George Tabb, Mrs. H. G. Mrs. G. C. Pearl. a neighbor surprised her mother Heflebower Jr., Mrs. Jack Catrow Mrs. Edith Garrett was a din- Mrs. George Cox with a birthday and Farm Bureau representative. ner guest Wednesday with t{ev. party last Thursday evening. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and while Guests included Mr. and Mrs. It- there assisted the folks in giving vin Hall, Mrs. Edith Thomas, Miss the kitchen a new coat of paint. Darlene Thomas, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phifer and honor Mrs. George Cox and her By Mrs...----Ethel Buzzard two children of Baltimore, Md. husband Mr. George Cox. Parents Baby Daughter returned to their home Monday Little Kenneth Lee Thomas, after spending the weekend with son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin The- Mr. and Mrs. John Ramsburg the latters uncle and family Mr. mas spent Sunday with his aunt are proud parents of a baby dan- ghter born to them in the Charles and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mrs. Royston Putman. Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Piper and Miss Virginia Creamer and the Town General Hospial. Both me- family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gar- Rev. Mr. Andrew Gullick accom- ther and daughter are doing fine rett of Murrell Hill were visitors panied a group of young people The family now consists of two from the Shepherdtown and Wil- children. They have a two year Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. How- liamsport Presbyterian Churches old son Dennis. The mother was ard Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and to a retreat at Camp Michnaux, the former Miss Jeannette Davis. three children of Purcellville Va. Gardners, Pa. on Friday evening.~ Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staubs of were supper guests Friday even- They returned on Saturday. Baltimore, Md. were guests re- ing with the latters sister and Last Sunday the K. C. Y. F. at cently with the formers mother tended Lenten Services in Shep- Mrs. Leona Staubs. husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles herdstown. The Presbyterian Saturday evening guest~ with Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniels Church will hold regular worship Mrs. Leona Staubs were her two and son Wayne and daughters services Easter Sunday at 9 a. m. sons Donald and Gilbert Staubs Shelia and Sharon were dinner with S. S. at 10 a.m. and Mr. John Horn of Baltimore, guests Sunday with the formers The Evergreen 4-H Club will Md. brother and family Mr. and Mrs. meet Monday, April 3 at the Ed- Sunday guests with Mrs. Leona Parron McDaniels of Darkesville, ucational Building of the Presby- Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Ray- terian Church. W. Va. Mrs. Edith Thomas, Mr. and mend Staubs and children of the Mrs. Irvin Hall and Terri L~nn Bloomery. Mr. Donald Staubs, Mr. Charles Kennedy and son Michael visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ed- of Baltimore, Md. wards at Leetown Sunday after- Mrs. Celia White visited her By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead noon. doctor on Tuesday in Hagers- town, Md. Mr.- Mrs. John Stanley's Farm Hold Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt of Bol 50th Anniversary ivar, W. Va. were Sunday callers Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley ob- served their 50th wedding anal-Annual Meeting ril 5 with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle. Mr .and Mrs. Garland Piper, versary on March 22. Guests inclu Mr. and Mrs. George Walton and ded Mr, and Mrs. Roy Coulter of The 10rig postponed annual two children of Chestnut Hill Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs.~eh meeting and banquet of the Jef- were Tuesday evening visitors ry Stanley of Martinsburg, Mr. ferson County Farm Bureau will with Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Thomas Welsh and dau be held Wednesday, April 5th at and family and Mrs. Maude Ever- ghters Nancy and Pauline and 7:00 P.M. hart. Mr. and Mrs. Norval ~rohnston The location will be the Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart, and son Norval Bob Johnston II. dane Community Center. little Arlene Maphis accompan- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schmelter The officers and directors are led by their son-in-law and dau- from Big Ben, Wisconsin on urging members and friends to at ghter Mr. and Mrs. John White- their return to their home after tend. They believe a well inform hair and their son Keith of Har- a vacation in Florida visited Mrs. ed member is a better member pers Ferry were Sunday visitors Lillian Sagemuller and Mr. and and more enthusiastic, with the formers son and his Mrs. Homer McKee. Mrs. Schmel- The Harpers Ferry Band Boos wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ever- ter is a sister of Mrs. Sagemuller. ter's Club will serve the meal. Re Mrs. Frank Watson, her son, servations should be made by Mr. Frazier Watson and her two April 3rd. Call 291-W or write grandsons all of Middleway were Box 109, Charles Town for re- Saturday afternoon callers of Mr. servations. and Mrs. Frank PowelL Mr. Strock of Maryland Milk Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel Producers Cooperative will be the and children George and Lois main speaker. Ann visited the formers mother The secretary, Robert McGarry Mrs. Alice Whetzel at Strasburg, will give a report of the activities Va. on Sunday. for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove and daughter Nancy of Martinsburg were Sunday evening visitors of ~Ir. and Mrs. George Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moers of By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Winchester, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston and Mr. Mrs. Mary~Mr. and Mrs. X and Mrs. John Stanley on Sunday Harry Gageby and daughter visi- afternoon, ted Mr. Howard Gageby who is Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. Marne still a medical patient in Fort Sturm and Mrs. Vrgil Hamilton Howard Veterans Hospital in Pal all of Grafton spent the day last timore. Monday with their sister Mrs. S. Miss Joyce spent the weekend with Miss Becky Stumbaugh in Charles Town. . . Mr. Neale Ambrose of Charles all18 th| |zhlblt Town visited his parents Mr. and " " Mrs. H. C. Ambrose Sunday night. .. Fort Sumter Miss Dorrene Gageby of Wash- Re.Enactment (I ington spent the wekend with her Air- and 'The CharlestonStory' ra parents Mr. and Mrs. George Ga- Charleston $. C.. geby and brother Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family visited Mr. and Mrs. LL MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FROM WED., MAR. 29 THRU SAT., APRIL 8 ~UHmX~rA'ZZO~ o@ T~'CHNICOLOR CAMERA~'*65 WINNER OF Ferry Enterprises n?_w has under construction a building measuring 40'x 110' on an old battleground containing trenches. A mode~m-design exhibition axea square will house the laxgest collection of Civil War ever assembled. In the adjoning ~tuditorium, visi- Will see a giant, topographic n~p of Harpers Ferry circa 1865. All physical features wil~ be shown in accurate Also, visitors w~ll h~ve the opportunity to witness ~t documented film, "The Harpers Ferry Story", a~d authenticated Civil War films. Outside, visitors will through trenches, ~nd ~,lso see the animals and com- War equipment of "Living History, Inc." AND REGULATIONS: ~tries must be mailed to "Name-The-Exhibit Contest", aVpers Ferry, W. V~.. on a post card or letter. Only Or~e entry per card or letter, but you may send as many ~tries as you wish. Entries must be postmarked not ter than midnight Saturday, April 1. case of tie, the ear~iest postmark and a tie-breaking will be used. The judges decision will be All entries become the property of Harpers Ferry and none will be returned. resident of the area, 12 years and older, is eligible. only restriction asked is that the word "museum" be used. Jennings Avey and son in Mar- tinsburg Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Welty and daughters of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Greenwalt. Mrs. Lena Lightner of Washing ton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dave G~geby Saturday night. They visited Mrs. Gledrith Potts and daughter and Mr, and "" Mrs. Bobby Potts in Shepherds- town. Mr. Eugene Haines is a surgical patient in The Charles Town Hos- pital. He is getting along very well. I wish him the best of luck He and his family were my nei- ghbors for ten years. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Penwell and two sons of near Chestnut Hill spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and baby of Kabletown have moved in with Mrs. Mabel Harding and son. Mr. Manuel is working in Rockville, Md. He spent the week end here with them. Glenn Gageby has treated him self to a new car, a Valiant. It is a very nice one. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and Mrs. Lena Lightner Visited Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and baby near Charles Town af. 11 ACADEMY AWARDS ' induding "BEST PICTURE"! PERFORMANCES -- '~mI ONE SHOWING NIGHTLY Open 6:45-Curtain 7:15 P. M. SPECIAL MATINEES ON Friday, Saturday, Sund~y and Easter Monday OPEN 12:45 P. M.-- CURTAIN 1:15 P. M. ... ADMISSION -- Night and Sunday Matinee and Easter Mon. Holiday Adults $1.25 - Child 50c Matinees Except Sunday and Easter Monday Mat. 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