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AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . 'AHD IDL t G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Taylor, Mrs. Sam two weeks recently on exhibition. William Ander- We congratulate this boy on his Md. were re- work-well done. We wish all at the fhome of Mrs. schools in the county could have a of Harpers Ferry. work shop. Writer had t~he ,privilege of Mr. and Mrs. John Jerensen of full sized cedar Cald well, Pa. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred days ago, made in the Davenpm't. Page Jackson School STown by 17-year-old High School Play of Bolivar. He is a A t'hre act comedy, "Here Comes the senior class, ,thisthe Brides" by Win. D. Fisher with was completed last permission of The Hewer Publish- before the closing of ing Co. will be presented by the away from home for senior class of Harpers eFrry High School on Friday evening, A1arfl 3 in ,the High s0hool auditorium be ginning at 8 o'clock, The story deals with the saying "when a man marries his Sroubtes begin." The play is under the direction ~f Mrs. Will~am Ring. Mrs. Ella Jackson, widow of Ed ward Jackson and ,a fomer .color ed resident of Bolivar died recent- ly in Ohio where she was staying with re,latices. She was .buried in Ohio by Rev. Collins. Two babies christened at ,the Bolivar Me%hodis,t Church on Eas- ter Sunday were 3-months old Dale Stevens P~binson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson and 2-mont~hs old Crystal Dawn Mead- ows, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meadows, bo~h families of Bolivar. Mrs. Clayton Robinson has re- turned home after spending two weeks in Williamsburg, Pa. with relatives and friends. This area has .been blessed with much needed rains, since last week The fire situation was alarming until the rains came. Lem Twy- man of Bolivar, we,ll-known color ed resident who did qu~te a bit of hauling and 91owing gardens and lots and etc. had .the anisfortune of loosing his 'barn and quite a lot May~ ]t,~lt~i~ Gyrafc~a wadahq of harness and oCher articles need acllaa gets eloth~ ~ ~ ed in line of work. The ,barn was ~ tub ~ ~ ~ burned during the "epidemic" of grass and brush fires. Easy Terms. Low Down Payment. IAbera, Lloyd-Davisl Trade-In. Come in Todayl Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lloyd of Har pers Perry announ,ce t~e marriage CHARLES TOWN GAS C0., Inc. of their daug~hter Stell to Mr. Al- len Davis of Oharlo~esville, Va. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA on Friday, March 27 at Leesburg, ~ ~ ~ Va. ~ey wil,1 reside in Charlottes- ville. Mrs. Davis has been a very L[C SALE! efficient cook at Harpers Perry ' District High SChool for several years. Her sister Mrs. Lucy Trot- ter of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Route 40, ll-miles East of Frederick, Md., 2-miles JennleSnyder o f,BolivarwillLhave Md., Beginning at 10:00 O'Clock A. M. (Rain charge of the cooking for the re- mainder of ~e school year. ~-,~....~ _ _ _ 'Mrs. Snyder has been em,ployed Wt;DNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1959 at the Park View Snack Bar since last fall but she will be replaced TRACTORS--All Sizes and Models by ,Mrs. Mary Bussard, sister of Mr. Herbert Sperry who wiVh Mrs. 3 H Farmalls, 3 M Farmalls, 2 A Farmails, Sperry are owners of the Snack 4 John Deere's, 3 Case Tractors, D-17 Allis Chal- Bar. WD-45 Allis Chalmers, 2 88 Oliver, 2 Oliver DieseLs, Sunday visitors at the home of Several Others. Misses Emma and Sadie Buckner ; Farm Equipment--10 plows, 10 mowers, 6 manure were Mr. and Mrs. John Buckner post hole diggers, 5 wagons, 4 drills, 4 balers, grain of McLean, VR. rakes, 12 cultivators, disc and springtooth harrous; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Short of Rein Holland and Fox field harvesters; eultipackers, hey, W. Va. spent .the weekend hammermills, 3 elevators, full day of sale of farmu't'the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crock. items, tools, 2 tons baler twine and wire; electric Recent visitors at the home of saw, Trucks, Ford Tractor with front loader; 1 Gas 'Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer Ford Tractor with back hoe, Ford Tractor with fork lift. were the ,formers ,sister Mrs. Lea- Your equipment on commission, private sales daily,ise More of Harrisburg, Pa. and ,her daug~bter Mrs. Betty Schiller CLAY SALES, INC. *an,d two children Lisa and Greg- 2.1t' MT. AIRY, MD., PHONE MT. AIRY 200 ory of Philadelphia, Pa. , Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Park and grandchildren Jerry and Kay Clev enger of Keyser, W. Va, spent .the one "ORTHO MITOX proved excellent in controlling our mites during the Past 2 years," reports James H. Meyers, owner and Stanley Eye, Orchard Foreman, of the 200 acre Norwood Orchards near Harpers Ferry, W. Va. (pictured above, right to left, with ORTHO Fieldman Bill Long). "We eXPerimented with check plots and found that one application of ORTHO MITOX gave us complete mite control for the entire season." For Better Quality, Fruit-Control Mites with ORTHO MITOX The outstanding residual miticide, ORTHO MITOX provides excellent ' control of European Red Mite for as long as three months with only one . thorough application. It is particularly effective in the destruction of egg populations, preventing red mite "build-up" during the growing eason. And, ORTHO MIT0X is compatible with most in cticides and ttngicides. Helping the World Grow Be4Hter California Spray-Chemical Corp. A subsdiary of California Chemical Co. 133 Kings Highway East, Haddonfi~d, N, J. .N.'$ etQ. u,s. ekT, oeF.J MrrOX. omrL, o 04aMJ. ~ Oll~loml~l f~mml~ 'There is an OR'rHO Fieldman in this area to help you... Phone right now.,. WILLIAM LONG, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Call Skyline 3-7561 t weekend at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs Her rt I W. Va. State College ROE Glee Club Sunday visitors ,at the G. E. WeL~b home were Mr. Frank Hous !To Present Concert at Page- Jackson er of S~ar~burg, Md., Mr. Harold i ~ _ Web'b and ,two son's of W,a~hing~on D. C. Mr. Arthur Webb and son l Glee Club Direcvor-Dr. P. Ah- ]dents of the c(~llege .and army vet David of Ranson. I med Williams, Director of West [erans who_have returnecl ~ ~llk Mr. and Mrs. William Rosen-IVirginia sta~e College Men's R. O. [ ~iie?o~eYUn~er l~anee~er~ed~i~ berry and son and Mr and Mrs , * ~ " ~. ...... ~ uz~,~ .~,~ ~.-~ht~r of IT. C. Glee Club is shown prepar- I practieally every locality in ~Aaner- R:r"~'l'l~ V"'-a~ rc~cen'~l-v v~a~itedling for the coming concert to be [ica and overseas where U. S. Por- T~:..'f ~'. "_~ .... ~'_ ..... :~ ^-~ '-d l held at Page Jackson High SChool Ices are stationed. On the basis of ~e,~,u~knU,er .,,~o ~..,,,,,,,. ...... on April 14 under the auspices of t experience where U. S. Forces are The nex.t" Area Foundation Mee~ the Saint Philip's Church Men's [stationed. On .the basis of exper- in,g will be held at the Clu'/) House Club. Dr. Wi'lliams prepares spec- I lence gained while training with on Friday evening April 9 begin ial arrangements for exclusive use ]the choir several of the members nin~ a~ 8 o'Clock ~ose attending 1 of the Glee Club. His arrange- [ have trained or pax~icipated with ~-o-,,,~o ~, .... "~,, ~,,-'ki-~, onmencs will be used for the ap-[singing groups ~hile in'foreign ,~ preaching concert when the Glee [countries. One member travel, led v,~,,~ -~,- .~-'~..-..,~. '~. ~.~ ....... ,, " " soloi t October The ~btendance has been C~ub includes, Blow Gabriel , ] through 23 countries ms a s ,,~rv ~,~-1 n.. ~1~ m~n~s and. "MJ~hty Day", and "It "Was A toy ] with an army singing unit and an ;E;:.~"~= ~.~'..~~.,~.K~=.~bhin,, er and His Lass" in the program. I other is currently studying drama ~'~.~'~'~"~]'~" ,~'~e~.~ ~" The R. O. T. C. Glee Club is al- I at the University of Paris under a "'~.". "~'~"."~ "" ~'" .='L" " . ~ ways made up of R O T C. Stu- ~ Fullbright Fellowship. ~ar. ano Lwrs. ;. n. nuwgemora ____ .____ _.__ '" "~ ....._. ...... of Sault S,te Marie, M~chigan,ure spending several weeks with their Ferry. They have been living in supply of all their natural needs. I any plant is cut off from the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Norfolk and will return ,there at Mrs. John Newcomer and family d~he expiration of his mAsslon the at Cliffside 'Motel. ,l,~bter ,part of April. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eackles of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Webb on Eas Berryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. ter Monday were Mr. and Mrs. William ~an and family of Elasha Wel~b of ~al,timore, Md. ,Charles Town spent ,Sunday at and Mr. and Mrs. Marwin Waters ~e 'home of Mrs. J. L. Eackles. and little son Charles o~ Pleasant Mrs. C. C. Johnson spent the vtlle, Md. wekeend in Alexandria, Va. with Roy. O'Tuel of Rocktngham, N. her son IAnden and family. Her C. who recently conducted a ser- daug~ter-in-law and infant son ies of meetings at the Penticostal Wlllliam Clifford, one month old CA~urch of Christ near Bolivar is returned home wi.th h r for a via- now conducting meetings in Lees it. 'burg, Va. ~l Mr. and Mrs. Ron ,ld Zor bro The Easter program carried out t and sons have moved rote a ~ a- at the above ~hurch on Sund,ay partment in the prooerty owned nig~ht was very interes~ng and im ~by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Duncan on pressive w,i~h a good crowd pros-IWas~hingon St. ont. . .... I :Master Mi0hael Basore son of home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fr~d~rict~ M~ ~n~nt. tJh~ Pnlrn W~lt were Mr C,larence Marlatt . _.~ ..... ~^~. ~,.~ u,. _^,~^. ana aaugn~er in Jaw Mrs ~:JSm .... Mrs. Edna Kern in Harpers Perry. Wilt Marl'art of North Moun~in .................. ............. , ~v~r. ~arry r, ern o~ w,a~nlngr~on,, Mr ana mrs nee ri~r~er oz ~rz .... = . . . , D. C. ws~ted h~s mother Mrs. Edna ver ~pmrtg Md and Mr ana mrs r .... Ke n on Easter Sunday. Several Lester Writ and title son of near o~her members of ~her fa~ly were Bolivar. Mrs. Jack Childs, teacher of *the present. Primary Class ~n ,~e 'Sunday ~School at Gospel Cha~pel entertain ed the youngsters recently at her ,home In Bolivar w~th ~n Easter party. Delicious refreshments were served ~nd enjoyed by all present. ilVliss .Hallie Ha~fer o:f Washing- ton, D. C. spent the weekend at .the home of her brother Mr. Oli- ver Haefer and family. Mrs. Edith WriSt of Washing- In a special Easter message, the ton, D. C. spent the wekend with Right Reverend Frederick Dean :her mo~her Mrs. Daisy Marks. Goodwin, Episcopal Bishop o,f Vir Mrs, Irene R4naldi underwen~ ginia, recognizes the value of ,the major surgery at Charles Town Red Cross blood program and the General Hospital on Monday morn great satisfaction a donor derives 4ng. She is getting along satlsfac- in responding .to the appeal for ,torily. giving blood. 'Mrs. Bottle Stoc'ler and two Bishop Goodwin's message: children of Brunswick, Md. spent "The S~pring season is a ,time ~he weekend with her parents Mr. of new life and renewed energy. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman. Life flows again in Nature, in trees 'Mr. and ~vIrs. Lawrence Par- and shrubs ,and flowers. There is kerson of ~Martin~burg spent Sun- an awakening of the inner sour- day at ,the home of Mr .and Mrs. cos of life and we rejoice as the John Edmondson of Harpers For- fragrance and beauW of new life unfolds about us. rYMrs.-- Erland Ba~tchelder of WH- This miracle of the reawaken- .ton, New ~a.mpshire ds visiting her ing of life in Nature takes place cousins Mr..and Mrs. K. K. Coral- because trees and flowers have ier. She has been in Atlantic City roots in the arth and reach out N. J. and is enroute to her home. ~ands to the Sun for their full Miss Nan.hie Marlatt of Martins bu, rg spent ~he wekend ,with her sister Miss Kate Marlatt.4, A 'family dinner was served at ,the home of Mr .and Mrs. Gran- ville Dinkle on Easter Sunday. Those :present were the formers father Mr. Allen Dinkle and his daughter Mrs. Carrie Donovan of :Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Hilda Cream er of ~hepherdstown; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mummaw of Loud- Gun County, Va.; Mr. and ~Irs. Gilbert Smal'lwood of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dinkle strength of the sun or the nurture of the earth it must die. Yet so prodigal is N, ature's supply that one flower more or less is scarcely missed, and the great cycle of life flows on from season to season. The weaker ones, the sickly ones perish, the well and strong survive. But human beings, by Divine de cree, rise above the level of the natural law of the survival of the fltte~. The weak, the sick, the un fortunate of our fellow beings be- come*.the objects o~ our soecial :care. The more personal our con- corn, the more intimate our gift, the more blessed is both the giver and the receiver. In .the opportunity offered 'by the Red Cross Blood Program to give of our blood as a symbol of life sharing, there is the challen- ge both to perform an act (~f .great physical god and also of spiritual significance. Easter reminds us that through the voluntaxy giving of life, of which blood is the sym- bol, that 'health and hope and life i,tself ,may be given by the strong to others ~who deeply need. No other gift can supply this need save that of life's rich blood. My gift may alleviate another's suff- ering, may save a life. How grate ful Zhould we be for this oppor- Hoover Uniforms Custom Made Suits For Men and Women Uniforms of All Kinds A SMALL DEPOSIT PLACES ANY ORDER! Buy Direct and Save! Phone Shepherdstown 2-301 After 5:00 P. M. Make Your Home Your Shopping Center . . . Write or Phone, We'll Bring Sand- pies to you.* Fe. 19-tf. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY_____.__,'"" APRIL 2, 1959-------- 7--_ B tunity. How readily should be re- I Using discrimina~tion in the read spend f~o the call of the Red. .Cress]ing of news makes for an inform- Blood. Program.. In each gift, ~s ~he Ied person. spiritual quality of Eas~er s eternal I * Victory." J II I I II Locally, the next visit of the[ Bloodmobile will be Monday, Ap-I FLORSHEIM ~HOES ril 6 ~t t;he Episcopal Parish[ ..................... House between the .hours of 10;15 [ A. M. and 4:15 P.M. I Sizes From 5 to 12 ! RUBBER STAir.S:---Made anY l T " " Size you desire. Quick and Effi-JTOWN AND COL N'IR~/ cient Service. Telephone 222, I g~ T I~ qP TJ[ I ~ D SPIRIT OF JEI~PERSON - AD- ] ~ ~ v. ,~..~ ~ ~, VOCATE OI~FICE. North Oeorge| Street _ ............ :~ L _~ L WORTH THE WORK Modern color that m w FADING! i I Du Pont "Trutint" Colors come in a wide range of smart new shades. Because their beauty lasts {onger, you don't have to paint as often. They are scientifically made to resist fading.., to stay bright.., last for years. PHONE 17 The beauty last~ when you paint with the finest,., f~ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ;and lit~tle son the former on leave .from U. S. Service and Mr. and NEWBERRY WOMEN'S NEW Mrs. C-~haries Butts and daughterReg. $1.98 GIRL'S of Bolivar. A/ic Dink~le, wife and son left on Sunday niEht for Sa-,tj OW~P ~pw. R ~G vanna~h, Ga. vchere he will be st~,t $ 44 ioned to fini,h out his enlistment. J-- ILLIHI ~Larry M. Jones S. N. of ~he U. S. S. Perserver, son ~f Mrs. Rhoda 'Jones and the l~te Paul Jones of :,Harpers Per, ry ~s on a special miss L RICE REG. $2.98 VALUES ion in Argensis near New Found- land. His wife and ten months-old PAINTS NEWBERRY LOW PRICE daughter Joyce have ~been s~ying Womens with her parents Mr. and Mrs. eg. VLw George Burkhart in Hedgesville and with his mother in Harpers FIFl Don't struggle with insurance .problems LOW $ .44 PRICE MISSES - WOMEN'S Girl's New Spr ng LOW PRICE REG. $1.59 NEWBERRY $ .99 Boy's 2 Piece UI LOW PRICE REG. $4.98 BOY'S CANVAS Womens Short Sleeve Low Heel--Sizes 5 to 9. LOW PRICE ALSO SNEAKS FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. LOW PRICE NEWBERRY $ .98 LOW PRICE ... we give you all the help you need Don't try to be your own insurance advisor. It's a regular part of our se.zvi to give you rite help you need in choosing sound/n- surance protection for your HYBRED ROSE LOW PRICE Cannon Bath LOW PRICE For $ .00 REG. 79c VALUE New Plastic LOW PRICE Each A Good Value $1.00 Value Plastic DRAPES LOW PRICE family.., home.., car... business. For fast, friendly service. ca//us today. Repves tlng Hartford Fi:e Insurance Compsn , WROUGHT IRON Reg. $3.98 NEWBERRY MAGAZINE RACKS, END TALES, BOOK SHELVES. LOW PRICE PHONE 314 PLIABLE PLASTIC NEWBERRY For $ .00 REFRIGERATOR BOTTLES, DISH PANS, WASTE BASKETS, JUICE JUGS, CUTLARY TRAYS. LOW PRICE O CHARLES TOWN STORE (