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AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Buckner Katherine Buckner morning in Char- ,al Hospital after of six weeks. A native County, Va. she was a of the late John P. and ,. Gardner Buckner but many years of her life where she was a faith- r of the Bolivar Meth :h and of the W. S. C. rs are her sister Miss :her, with whom she re several nieces and ne- t of them in Jefferson e body rested at the uneral Chapel from funeral was held on time finally moving back to Mar- Sponsler died severaI days ago I tinsburg, up the number to six goats they opened a Groc' ] bringing cry Store on East Burke St. Mr. from the groups belonging to Mes Anderson died about sixteen sers Loudan and Sponsler which years ago. Mrs. Anderson was a were attacked by dogs recently. member of the Bolivar Methodist Saturday afternon visitors at Saturday afternon at 2:30 o'clock p. m. with the Rev. Harold Mc- Clay officiating. Burial was made survives Funeral services were held in Martinsburg On last Thurs in Fairview Cemetery in Boll-day from Kogelschatz and Cauff- var. Death of Mrs. Anderson man Funeral Home, with her pas tor, the Rev. Harold McClay of Mrs. Florence E. Anderson of Bolivar officiating. Burial was Martinsburg, W. Va. died in City made in Fairview Cemetery in Hospital in that city on last Tues- Bolivar. day where she had been a patient Millville Quarry Achieves Honor for only two days. Born in Jeffer- The Millville Quarry of Jones son County near Bolivar she was and Laughlin Steel Corporation the daughter of the late Mahlen Blair Limestone Division achier- and Jennie Derry Lancaster. ed another perfect no-accident Some years ago after living in performance for 1960, it was bn- Martinsburg for quite some time nuanced recently by the superin- Mr. and Mrs. Anderson moved to tendent Mr. Jack Cameron. It was Bolivar where they operated a the sixth consecutive year for em Grocery Store for quite some ployment at the quarry without a FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. disabling accident. During that time employees have worked a to- tal of 749,901 accident free man. hours. Ham.Turkey Supper A Ham and Turkey Supper will be held at the Harpers Ferry Dis trict High School Saturday even- ing, April 8, beginning at 5 o'clock p. m. and sponsored by the Band Boosters Club. Price of Suppers, Adults $1.25; children 65 cents. It is hoped that this sup- per will be well patronized. Mr. Thomas Rissler returned home on Friday evening after spending several days in the Un- iversity of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville, Va. undergoing observation and treatment. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Hueston Snowden, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Snowden of Boll- FURNITURE, MACHINERY & LIVESTOCK var has been a patient in Fort NEAR LOVETTSVILLE, VA. Howard VA Hospital in Fort How ard, Md. for quite some time. He is beginning to show improve- ment. STARTING PROMPTLY AT 9:30 A.M. Norvell L. Willis A/3c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Willis is ItormL g sale to be held the next Friday, April 7. home on two weeks leave. He is reach farm go 3 miles east of Lovettsville on stationed at Keesler Air Base in 72 (Lovettsville to Point of Rocks road) then mile on route 670 (Watch for Sale Signs on the G. E. Webb home on Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Simms of Bethesda, Md. and little nephew Billy Carter of Blue taunt, Va. and Ralph Mills of Brunswick, Md. in the U. S. Navy and stationed in the Philadelphia area but leaving soon for a Cuban trip. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parlon of Meadow Brook, Pc. were visitors in Bolivar on Saturday. Mrs. Par- lon is the former Peggy Schilling and Was the neice of the l~ite Miss Carrie Schilling who was a life long resident of Bolivar. ! Those atending from CharlesI The certificate presented with i Town were Mrs. 0. S. Bloom, East the award cited Mr. Cole for his ern District chairman; Mrs. John initiative and ingenuity. Mr. Skinner, State Art Chairman; Cole's work improvement sugges- Mrs. James E. Watson, Jr. Presi- tion is being tried for possible dent, Mrs. D. M. Henesy, Vice adoption throughout the state. President; Mrs. F. L. Bushong, Parliamentarian; Mrs. Sterling Tenny, Ways and Means; Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer, Cheer and Wel- fare; Mrs. Hugh Via, Mental Health and Miss Catherine Childs House Committee. Mrs. J. J. DeHart, Jr. One Of 80 AAUW Women United Nations Seminar SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAm E ADVOCATE 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961 7--B morning when he failed to appear Division in Operation Pogo, an for a hearing before Justice of eercise near Paw, France, Mar- This award was 1 of but 10 made the Peace Merle Alger on a char to the 170 Soil Conservation Ser- ge of drunken driving. Ite also vice employees in West Virginia will lose his driver's license for a period six months. for 1960. The Award was made at an eight county meeting of over 40 Soil Conservation Service person. nel last Friday, March 17th at Romney, W. Va. Norris R. Caryl, Area Conservationist for eastern Davis was arrested by Charles Town State Trooper W. R. Bar- low on State Route 51, about 4 o'clock Sunday morning, while driving a 1952 Plymouth automo bile. West Virginia presented the A- Trooper Barlow went to the ward. Mr. Cole also received a scene on the complaint of a too- Safe Drivers Award for having torist that a car was parked in driven government vehicles 25 the middle of a highway just an- years without a reportable acci- der the crest of a hill and it pres ented a serious traffic hazard. dent. and Mr. Berkeley Wizaters from relations department of the Lyn- Donald W. Clendening. St. John's Episcopal Church Har chburg Branch of the AAUW in pers Ferry. which she succeeded Dr. Bessie U .. Davis Arrested Carter Randolph, president emer .arry itus of Hollins College. Mrs. DeHart is especially well For Drunken Driving qualified to represent the branch. She holds the A. B. degree in Harry Davis, Eagle Avenue, business economics from Hood Charles Town, posted a $50 bond College in Frederick, Md: She Sunday and forfeited it Monday was a student at Hood when the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger, Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell and Miss Dottle Cornell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Marcum at Leesburg, Va. Woman's Club Group Reports Convention nteresting, Enjoyable Nine members of the Charles Town Senior Woman's Club' re- turned to their homes Saturday March 18 after attending three day West Virginia State Conven- tion of Federated W0mens Clubs at The Greenbrier Hotel, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. In spite :of the 10ng drive home in freez- ing rain the enthusiasm for ev- ents at the convention was not U. N. was formed and she has made an intensive study of inter- national relations and the eco- nomic systems of the world. The theme of the day is "The United Nations: As It Looks From Washington, D. C." Meet- ings were held in the new confer ence room where President John F. Kennedy holds his press con- ferences. The seminar is limited to 80 participants carefully selected rum AAUW branches throughout the United States. Those attend. ing are international relations Miss. He is very much interested in his Army life and says he ex- dampened, chairmen of the branches. Mrs. Highlight of the convention Austin Evans, AAUW representa. pects to take advantage of every for delegates and visitors of East tire to the UN was among those We, the undersigned Administrators, opportunity to advance. _ern District, which includes Jef- present the above mentioned time and place settle the ivir James weaver, agea res- . ...... own'-"was witnessin .... " -- " - :" .... " " "" " erlt t- ull ty, A ter me morning program, of the late Orra Louise Fawley by selling the ment ann cmzens ox riarpers ...... Bloom receive a cer - ......... ry xs mucn lmprovea citer Del g and commenda ng: ...... " 'n zvzr~, u. ~. - wnicn xeamrea a specialist on In- - ...... i tificate of merit - ternational affairs, those attend. F U R N I T U R E ! very muc.n mmspos.eo a~ .a)~s tion from the state chairman of ing were invited to one of the em home. He xs approacnmg ms v,~m . . wn tique 4 drawer chest of drawers (1 walnut and erYeaCtaiV Pub!m fl:oa ?, Mr tfrnA. DBr ric ba pSr Oorf ltUh ChrOun went to the ry); 3 pc. walnut bedroom suite, 3 pc. cherry walks part of the time without chairman and a. member of thelunited Nations Headquarters in al suite, practically new combination gas and a cane ~naries Town cmo recexveu me lNew York or coal Home Comfort kitchen range, Kelvinator LiTnh: cluBbOl vVas Hta:Pt r:nk F ror act've par Ipa o; o' te edei efx 2 ,erator, used 2 years; Westinghouse Deepfreeze, ...... " ~ t "'- Another--theproject, of which Jbackground materials she read Lrs old; Piano and stool, mahogany table with muse WhO comrmutea o me - ere road was the ex' " .......... e- t memoers w p [before attenaing were the Char- t, marble top table, shaving stand, 2 studio ~tuna zor iurmsnxng gxass s o.. under the dir ........ n ~ hxbxt of art work -[ter of the Umted Natmns, Notes Home Comfort Range, 2 cord beds, quilts cnuaren wnose parems coum o~^^*~n of Mrs John Skinner/ ............ ........... t those =~L~u . ,, on me lain ~esslon oi tne ~ener- Very old); bed ,linens, old bureau, wash bowl a oru mem it xs nopea ma ..... Chairman of Art t .......... wno nave no~ comrlomea w Y "~': - - " tio r "eel with ....... " ~: ................. - ' "~n ~xuo aexega n.s ca rz - r21, last ana reconvenea tnis mon- t her ::dres rS; d! s Pring and mattress;:: , - - " ...... ill tr marc /hi Assemmy wmcn cxosea t ec n :wire m so at melr earnes conveme other chairs; lanips, stands,ugs, se ' g "them a Press Book which contain[th and "A World Court as it Re- IIle and Maytag washer, cei,,. ~^~ .... n a ,,at ed press i'eleases concerning club / lates to the United States a pam- iPer kettle, Copper boiler, cedar churn, 2 old pie ,,f,. ,~,~,,~,, ~, ..... .,, , re_-activities during the year. Althou/phlet published by the Duke Un- ient in unarms Town ~enera~ ~os ..... wn di" not receive ' - - ........ dishes (some old); 10 gauge double barrel shot ,,~,,, ,, , ~, co, o ~ast week un gn unarms TO O /iversity Law cnool (lois pampn- Po ~ v ....... ? "~? "~"~'~" - - vat a prize their press book was in/let was mentioned by General and pans, wood heater, heatrola, 8-day clock, uergoing ~rea~ment ant onser " ...... ' .... etition Press book ~ .......... H is '--me now and im t. zxxxax vmp . ~ l)wignt 1). lsennower in ms electric clocks, canned fruit, lard, home-made ,~ .. ~ y. c~ .,v. committee members are Mrs. B. ]speech at the U N and was also ', garden tools, 10 bushels potatoes and wheel- proving saustacmruy ....... Mrs John Skinner ....... ' "" .... ~- ~" ..... * ~man has been r. nu,xx~on, , I memionea oy t'resiaent lxenneay .... " ~"'~'~' ~" ..... me and Miss Marie Trussell. Public-l in his inaugural address ) home-made very much mmsposea at ms no . . furniture on Cam,~ Hill but is much im~rov xty Commxttee members are Mrs. J including solid cherry ~" v H H Hunter, Mrs S H Stone,[~ , L table, walnut drop,leaf table, walnut chests, Cole Wins Mr and Mrs: Granvill,~ Dinkle Mrs. D. M. Henesy and Miss Low l e0rge ed at this time ..... - stands, walnut lawn chairs, and several home- and theft," " uncle' Mr Frank~ Dinkle ise Walraven. " t )rooms. visited th~ ~tt~rs ~)rother Mr A1 Because Of the varxed program ~k ~w~trd Fnr W~r~ bering Kettles, Scalding Trough, Boards, 8 ............ " .v. ,,v.n ............ s carrxed by the local club and the ~ xen unKxe ann ms aaugmer tit Federated Pro Hams, Side Meat anti Sausage, Carrie Donivan in Brunswick, compe}_mn oz._ t Mrs "amesIt .......... & ~.~ ;.., c,.~n~, ~ w~,~.lo has 3ec~s me presmen, ~ I IIIIUIU~IIII~Ill ,)UMUq~IliUH F A R M M A C H I N E RY ~}~!n ~:~"tDhe"~'om"eb'rO:t~'hhi'i:d~ghe Wats~i~:n P~:s~)nte~ispfaH~nnrj ; Cash Award wa:'made to all M Tractor, Farmall H Tractor, Allis-Chal- th'~ --'"" of 88 and 86 re the club room at Hilleary House. 1 George L. Cole for submitting a 'D Tract0r, double bottom plow for A.C. Trac- "~"~:~" ~ ~'=~" -~ ve--" Three sessions were scheduled lwork improvement suggestion is-Chalmers trailer mower, new manure loader specuuuy nau oom en3oY ry good health considering their ad for each day on Thursaay and J during 1960. Mr. Cole is in charge tractor; New Holland No. 66 Baler, cultiva- ranted ,,ears Friday, March 16 and 17 with the I of ld~al office of the U. S. Depart- H tractbr; 28-ft. elevator, with electric motor; Toe-- t~overeuJ " ~ ~zsn ......... ~e~zowshi-p final session .... being held Saturday I ment of Agriculture, Soil Conser. corn picker, (one row), excellent Ford three Dinner served at Camn Hill Me- morning, March 18. Musm and[ration Service. Two full time and ........... .... ": ..... nin- speakers for the events were con I one part time employee make up de delivery rake; John Deere torn planter, moms nurcn on rrzuay . rubber tired lime spreader, 2 wagons on proved quite a success with quite sxdered outstanding. I the local staff. Idea Tractor and manure spreader; John a number present. 13 SPOut drill on rubber; IH heavy disc 2-years Mrs. Staubs I11 I Ill' I( I I I binder, New Idea side delivery rake, 2 grain Mrs. Lenora Staubs who has ', rubber tired double bottom trailer pl0W, been seriously ill and bedfast for quite some time at her home was harrow, horse mower, one 1-horse uower, removed to Charles Town Gener- Syracuse plow, cultipacker, 2 disc hat- -ft. endless belt, cutoff saw for H tractor; chain saw (two man); 12-in. planer with in good condition; 2 farm wagons, 2 Allis-Chalmers spray rig, wheelbarrow wheat fan, dirt scoop, hog feeder.\ RNATIONAL 1946 Model KB5- 1 TON with Cattle Racks. 1955 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP TRUCK. Sleigh, 2 power lawn mowers, Simplicity lot of sawed wood, vise dxill press, drums, wire stretchers, anvil, extensiot cords, saws, chain jacks, tree lrimmers, farm jack, guns, tools of all kinds, harness. Seasoned Locust Posts, 700 Bales Wheat Straw, and Feed left on farm by sale day. BARRELS OF GOOD YELEOW CORN. FT. OAK AND POPLAR LUMBER. L I V ESTO C K Milk Cows, one with calf by side. Work Hor es. 10 Good Hampshire Pigs. heavy breed hens l-yr. old and laying good. NOTE :--This is a large sale and on time, something here for every0ne, and space, so come and spend the day al Hospital a week ago and contin ues in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and family of Alexandria, Va. spent last wekeend with Mrs. Smiths' ,)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ?rundle, Mrs. Smith remaining ,ver until Mon~lay. Mrs. Trundle '.'cently underwent major sur- .~ery in Charles Town General .Iospital. She iS recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and ~on of Alexandria, Va. spent the seekend at the respective homes .f their parents ih Bolivar and in akert0n. Mr. Jack L0udan sustained a painfully cut arm several days tgo while using a power saw which "kicked back" curing bothI his arms and hand. After being rented by a physician he seems to be getting along nicely. Dogs Must Have Tags We have learned from the May 3r of Bolivar that all dogs must have tags by Saturday, April 1st. or they will postively be picked up by the proper authorities. Sev- eral ar~imals, goats, dogs and pigs have been attacked by dogs dur- ing the past six weeks and also there has been an illness amoflg dogs, several of them dying, al- though they had medical atten- tion. A hunting dog died at the home of the writer a few weeks ago after being hospitalized for over a week and a dog belonging to a neighbor died while being hospitalized. We could list .sever .l "Cankerous Ears" and distemper seems to have cau ecl the death of dogs in Several cases. There- fore there should not be so many animals running at large and pus :-:to- \ MAKES ALL OTHER HEATING SYSTEMS OBSOLETEI With today's most efficient heating system -- ELECTRIC HEATING -- you need no chimney- no floor space --no fuel storage area--- And you have automatic temperature control in evelT room! THE POTOMAC LIGHT & ,POWER :ASH. RALPH W. GRAHAM, GEORGE W. FAWLEY, ADMINISTRATORS, Estate of Orra Louise Fawley By: VIRGINIA AUCTION COMPANY, Bowman, Purcellvflle, Va. , ED 8-7116 deButts, Hamilton, Va,- GI 5,-4120 Church of LovettsvtlleSelling Lunch Operation Near Paur, France Bad Kreuznach, Germany (AHTNC)-Army Pfc. Walter W. Licht, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Swain, live at 328 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va. participated with otherI personnel from the 8th Infantry ch 5-17. The exercise featured an air- borne assault by the division's paratroopers and a number of pla toon-size raids by infantry backed up by combat support units. The 23 year old soldier, a maeh inegunner in the division's Head quarters Company in Bad Kreu- znach, entered the Army in Oct- ober 1958 and arrived overseas in December 1959 on this tour of duty. Richard 0. Rowland Promoted By Army U. S. Forces, Japan (AHTNC). Richard O. Rowland, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton E. Rowland, Route 1, Berryville, Va. recently was promoted to specialist five in Japan where he is a member of the U. S. Army Map Service, Far East. Specialist Rowland entered the Army in June 1958 and was sta- tioned at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. before arriving overseas in December, 1958. A 1955 graduate of Warren County High School in Front Roy al, Rowland attended Bell Voca- tional School in Washington, D. C. As the Flowers of Spring re-tell their annual story of Nature's rebirth . . . so beautifully symbolic of the spiritual rebirth that is the joy and glory of Easter o . may we express the hope that the radiance of the Day will shine brightly in your homes and in your hearts throughout the year. SMITH STRIDER CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I I lift ill Ill ....... .................... .: ....... . ctri in your new or present home for les s than other systems which are new obsoletel Every square inch of your home has the same even .degree of comfort you select--automatically and electrically. 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