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AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Donald Eackles spent With her brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Ge.o- in Silver Spring, Dibt~myer is qtgte i,ll in Bolivar. She was last Thursday and 'be bed fast. Mrs. Vernon Eackles of Front Royal, Va. the formers ,rrm . P. Eackles who return With them to ~pend a evening, April 10, 'party will be held ~ae Friendship Fire 0r benefit of the Fire The wttendance has good .at these parties it will con,tlnue so. are always on sale. 1~ of a cake, pie, can- .made thing wi'll appreciated. In Theater opened evening, ~pril 2 wi,th "The best things in Quite a crowd was 'the inclement Tea .listed for this mort- good ones. Elmer Ready of spent last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eben L. Edw~ards of near- county, Va. is quite in Charles Town Eben Fritts and Mrs. Albert Ain the letters sister Ballen,ger o,f H,amil= ) is a pa'bient in Lees- ial Hospital. of the Bolivar Me- has been quite ill with a severe at- was unable to con Services on Sunday Bush, Layman of the Church, very ably ~illed the pulpit Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garten spent the weekend 'with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson and little son in Sou- derton, Pa. Mrs. Carl Auvill entertained members of the Willing Workers Class of the Inwood E. U. B. Chur c h of which she was a former mem bar ,at her home on Tuesday even .ing with ,the class very well repres anted. Delicious refres.hments were. served and a very pleasant social hour enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Auvill visited re- latives and friends at Mount Sen- ace, W. Vs. las,t weekend. The next Area Foundation Meet 4ng which was scheduled ,to be .held on Thursday evening, April 9 ~has been ,postponed until Friday evening, April 10 due to unfor- seen circumstances. Don't forget that one dollar sup :per ,to be served in the dining room at the Ebeneezer Church in nearby Virginia on Saturday ev- ening, April 25. Full details next week. :Mr. Richard Thayer of Vienna, Vs. accompanied by his wife and three young 'children left New York on Tuesday night, March 31 on the "Constitution' 'enroute to Athens, Greece for two years. They went to New York by auto- mobile and after arriving in Na- ples, Italy, they were scheduled .to go by an Italian Ship .to Athens where they should arrive ,abou,t April 16 Thaper is employed by the U. S. Government. He is a son of Mrs. Bertie Thayer and the late Norman Thayer of Harpers Ferry and is a graduate of Har- pers Ferry H~gh School. Mrs. Lewis Reek ~spent ~Wednes- day and Thursday of this week wit:h Mr..and Mrs. Charles Glover in Gaithersburg, Md. Mr .and Mrs. William Evans of DINING ROOM HAS ,BEEN RE-OPENED in Addition to Serving Regular Dinners 11:30 A. M. Until 2:00 P. M., We Are A rat's Special Lunch for 85c Consists" of Main Entree, Two Vegetables, and Desert. We Also Cater to Parties and Banquets. JUST CALL MR WILLIAM GRIMES THOMAS JEFFERSON tlARLES TOWN, W. VA. HOTEL PHONE 131 Pittsburg, Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dudrow and daughters of H~mmondsport, New York spent the weekend with Mrs. C. E. Dud rOW. Mrs. J. L. Mills of Brunswick, Md. spen~t last Tuesday at t~he home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb. We have learned that Calvin Clatterbuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Clat~terbuck of nearby Loud- Gun County, Vs. was seriously in- jured in a sawmill at[dent near their home a week ago while saw ing logs. He sustained a broken leg 'and broken arm and chest in- juries, bu~ full details have not been learned. 'Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Deener and young son and daughter were luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb on Sat- urday .Mrs. Deener is the daugh- ter of ,Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mills of BrunswLck, Md. and with her hus band ,Sgt. Marlow Deener they returned from Abel[he, Texas a month ago after ~pending two years there. On Friday, March 27 Sgt. Deener left New Jersey byU.. S. Army .plane for England where he will be stationed for three years He ~talked to Mrs. Deener by phone on Friday evening, April 3. He has secured living quarters for his faznily and they will leave by plane on April 23. Sgt. Deener is a native of Maryland. The Harpers Ferry High School Band Association will sponsor a Ham and Turkey supper to be :served at the local High School l on Saturday evening, April 11 be- !ginning ~t 5 o'clock p. m. Price of supper ,for adults $1.25. For child- ren 65 cents This will 'be a splen- did supper and proceeds will go for a splendid cause. Our H. S. Band needs the support of all in- terested people and we hope ~here are many. Commander and Mrs. Harry Graves and their ~hree sons ac- companied by 'Mr. Carl Thayer, all of Vienna, Vs. and Mrs. Norman Thayer of Harpers Ferry were re- cent dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fritts in Charles Town Commander Graves is the son of Mrs. Thayer. tMr .and Mrs. Leon Edwards were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rigers near Hills- borG, Va. on Sunday. Leaves For California Mrs. Phyllis Fowler, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Lewis Swope of Bol- ivar left Washington, D. C. on Monday by T. W. A. for San Fran cisco, Calif. on a tbusiness trip and will return in a week or ten days. She will be ~n Santa Cruze and New Mexico ~efore her return. Mrs. Fowler is employed ,by an Air and Farm Machinery Company and new plants are expected to be opened soon in Santa Cruze and New Mexico. Hill Top Hotel which was sche- duled to officially open on May Ist was opened a ~month earlier on A'pril 1st due to many calls Ior reservations from Hikers groups, and etc. According to schedule the Hotel ,will be filled with different groups during April and May and a ,full summer, season is expected. Mr. and Mrs. ~arry Malicoat and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Edwards and family of Washington, D. C. spent l~turday with Mrs: Daisy Marks. Mrs. Irene Rinaldi who recently underwent major surgery in Char Its Town General Hovpital was re leased on Monday and is spending a few days with her son Bob and family near Charles Town before returning ,to her home in Bolivar. Rev. L. B. Wllii,aznson of St. John Lutheran (~urch, accom- :panned by Mr. Eben l~i,~ts of the above Church and Mr. Mifford Eye,hart of St. Paul Lutheran Church of Neersville, Va. left on Tuesday evening for Newport News, Va. to attend a Virginia Lutheran Synod. A2/c Raymond Luther Noland .accompanied by his wife left Har- pers Ferry on Tuesday afternoon for New Jersey from where they will go by plane to England to re- main for t'hree years. Raymond Luther, son of Mrs. Goldie Noland and .Vhe late Claude Noland of Bol ivar has been in ,the U. S. Service for several years. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ott and sons Donnie, Van Nell and Glenn of Charles Town were Sunday visi tors of the formers m~t,her ~Irs. T. D. oat and brother Mr. Harry E. O~t. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns- wi.ck, Md. was Saturday caller of Mr. and M~'s. Calvin Lancaster and daughter Dianne. Mr. and ~Vlrs. Johnny Seal and daughter Patsy and son Johnny of Ranson ~were Sunday visitors of the farters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and daughter JoYce and son Roger of 'Millville were Sunday visitors oT l~he formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mr. 'and Mrs. Bob Nicewarner of Charles Town were Sunday even- ing viistors of Mrs. T. D. Get and son Mr. 'H,arry E. Ott. Mr..and Mrs. Roy Pulse and fam ily of Middleway were 'Sunday vis itors of the letters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family of Millville were Sun- day callers of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. Mr .and Mrs. Calvin OCt and son Calvin Jr. of Kensington, Md. were Saturday evening visitors of 'the formers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Nellie Oden and Mrs. Lucy Penwell were shoppers a,t ~,Vin- Chester, Vs. Mrs. Oden went to see her doctor also Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs of Leesburg, Vs. were Sunday visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and ~amily. :Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy Pulse and daughters Linda and Cathy and son Martin of Middleway were Sat urday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and sons. 'Mrs. Eleanor Busl~ and daughter Debbie and son Ronnie of Wil- mington, Del. spen,t last week with .her parents Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Painter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Viands of Raason were Sunday visitors of Ithe l~ters ,parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jenking and daughters Judy and IAnda. Ronald and Tommy Wilt of Charles Town ~vere Sunday callers of their grandmother Mrs. T. D. OCt and uncle Mr. Harry E. Oat. Carolyn Turner, daughter of Mr. Nelson Turner has returned to her home from Chilch-ens Hospital, Washington, D. C. where she had been a polio patient for sometime We wish Carolyn a speedy recov- ery. Mr. and Mrs. Aidridge Ballenger of Hillsboro, Vs. were Sunday visi- tors of 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pwint- er and fatmily. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns- wick, Md. was visitor of Mr. and ,Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cindy and son Lee on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and daughters hinds and Cathy and son Martin of Middleway were .Sunday visitors of the letters mo- ther Mrs. Mary Cline. Mrs, Myrtle Wilt o'f Charles Town spent Sunday .with her mo- ther Mrs. T. D. Ot~ and brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Lucy Penwell is employed at the Binda Bona Nursing home DON'T DEPEND DN THE PIGGY BANK When a disabling accident or sickness hits you, you'll need a much larger money reserve than your piggy bank can supply to pay for resulting medical costs. The best way to be sure of adequate funds is to have Accident & Sickness in- surance. Call us today. W. Berry Grove Agency PHONE 216 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. N $~tTf Oa at Braddock Heights, Md. Brenda and Dale Brookman are spending some time with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cave Brookman a~ Shenandoah Junc- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and daug~nter Kay and son Donnie of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. l~at Hostler were Sunday visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and sons Steve, Keith. Terry and Glen and ;Mrs. Mary Cline were Satur- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and faznily ~t Mid SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vAm. s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959 5--B dleway. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Flood and daughters of Philadelphia, Pa., spent from Saturday until Tues- day with ~he latters p~rents Mr.~ and Mrs. Charles Wiley and fam- ily. Production and sales of autos show increase. Goldwater favors Nixon for nom lnation in 1960. II I II I IIII HUBBARD SLACKS All Sizes At TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS mla Fo~ trim colors, use "D~lux" i Trim end Shul~er Paint... Co,or. ,,0, l brilliant white stays whJta. ........... .... Spreads on easily, covers solidly, wears and wears! For the all-white clapboard house, there's nothing to match the perfection of Du Pont 40 Outside White! Keeps your home sparkling white long after ordinary paint have become dull and dirty-because it's set/-c/ean/ng. 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