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PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO INC. 210 North George St. - Charles Town, W. Va, - Zip Code 25414 Second Class Postage Paid At Charles Town Postoffice NATIONAL NEWSPAPER MAX BROWN, MANAGER -- DON RENTCH, NEWS EDITOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC. Atlanta - Chicago - Detroit - Los Angeles - New York - San Francisco SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 Per Yr Plus 15cts W. Va. Tax For Business, News or Advertising Departments DIAL 725-2046 or 725-2047 THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1968 EASTER 1968 Easter is a joyful occasion throughout the civilized world. All over America, the churches enjoy record attendances. While we join in the outward observance of Easter--the egg hunts, the new finery, it is well to pause and think about the spiritual reason for the celebration. Here is how it was described in the gospel of St. Matthew: "And the angel answered and said to the women, 'Fear not ye; for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here, for he'is risen, as he said. Come see the place where the Lord lay. And go quickly and tell his disciples that hg is risen from the dead; and behold, he goeth before ,you into Galilee ; there ye shall see him. Lo, I have told you.' Civilization has come a long way. It's a good time to count our blessings and let good deeds speak for us. MRS. REID GERONIMO Harpers Ferry P.T.A. Auction The Harpers Ferry P.T.A. will hold an auction on April 27 in ~oack of the High School, starting a~ 10:30 till everything is sold. A variely of things wilt be sold in- cluding all tcinds of furniture. If anyone wo~d like to ~ donate somet~,ing to~vards the auction please call one of these numbem: 535-6625 or 876-3718 or 535-6906. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of Alstead, N. H are vi~ting her sister. Mrs. K. K. Cavalier and family. Mr. Taylor was formerly a teacher at Harpers Ferry High School d~ring 1916 and 19i7. .~V~rs. Frank Jamison and chil~ dren. David and J~iH. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. tI. Singhas this week. Mr. Gilbert Perry is recuperat- ing nicely at home and is well enough, to go outside in the yard. The garden departmen~t of the Woman's Club had a most suc- cessful meeting a the home of Mrs. Bradley Nash last T.hursday making final plans for the g~rden ~our to be held on April 20 and 21. Coffee will be served during the day at Mrs. Nash's. Mr. K. K. Cavalier'~ has received word of the illness of his broth- er.in-law, Walter Herr, in the Imspi,ta] at Ann, apol,is, Md after having s~ffered a heart ~ttack. Mr. Horr was a fornmr teacher here and organized the first foot- ball team at Harpers Ferry High School, doing their pracHcing on what was then the Cavalier farm nearby. t Clifford J. Eagleton }Annie| Mrs. ttaroldLo~damHarding, and ~,Irs. ,John Ka~tarman and daughter I To Head Mental Health t ,oggy, of Brun ick, Mr /and Mrs. Jake HoHar and fam- ily on Sunday. Campaign In County CLIFFORD J. EAGLETON Mr. Clifford J. Eagle,ton, Cha- rles Town, will head the 1968 Men~al Heal, th Campaign, con- ducted by the Jefferson County Association for Menta~ Health. The fund drive w~ll continue dur ing the momh of May. Mr. Don- old W. Snyder, last years' chair- man, will be co~hairman with Mr. E~gleton. The following persons have been selected to serve on the planning commi.ttee: Mrs. B. Frank Humston, Mrs. W;illis, i Shu- man, Mrs. Thomas Kern, Mr. Don ald Mickey, Mr. Donald Snyder, Mr. Eagleton, and Mrs. H. H. Hua er, president of the local Men~al Healeh Chapter. WITH nesday, April 10, 1968, 7:30 p.m by t~he pastor, Rev. Mil~lard H. Mrs. Jane Falls after spending AUbey, Jr. lhe winter in Baltimore is now ~t Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m her apartment on ~i,~man Avenue Union Service wi.th the Bolivar for several weeks. Tommy Mender, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mentzer. as an ottt- standin,g science student at Har- pets Ferry High School, is at- tending a science seminar at W.V.U. this week. Mrs. Maude Dernpsey of Wash- in,ton, D. C is visiting her mete, Mrs. Will,tam Sponseller. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eackles and son of ~ront Roya,l, Va spent severM days last week vis- iting his mother, Mrs. Jessie Ea~kles in Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eackles and family of Fredericksburg, Va spen, t Sunday with his moth, er, Mrs. Mary Eackles.'~,~ Mr. and Mrs. James Loughry and son Paul, spen~t the weekend in St. George, W. Va. Mrs. Mel- vina Sn,ider returned home after spen~l~ng some it,me here with he~dSU~:ler and fam~i,ly." Mr. and Mrs. ttevman Snowden of l~avtin~burg spent the week- end with Mrs. Gladys Dunn. Mrs. Daisy Creamer of Martins- burg, is spendingthis week with Mr. and Mrs. William Itenre~ta. Other visitors d~ring the past week were Mrs. El, izabeth Hen- ret~a and her m~her. Mrs. Stu- art McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frye, all of Martinsburg. A~so Mr. and Mrs. Herman Manor of Jones Sprin, gs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gray visi, t- ed Mr. and Mrs. ~arshall Athey of Poin of Rocks, Md SSunday a, fternoon. Mrs. John Corbin, sister of Reid Geronimo, remains quite sick in Georgeto~n University Hospi}al in Washing,ton, D. C af- ter undergoing surgery. Holy Week Services HOLY WEDK SERVICES: Wed- Methodist Church at Camp Hill Method4st Church. Friday, April 12, 7:30 p.m Un- man Service at the BoUwar Metho- dist Church. Easter morning Suari,se Serv- ice at Harper Cemotery, overlook- ing the "Gap," by the ministers of the eommu(lity. Easter Sunday, April 14, nt the Camp I~ill Church, 11 a.m serv- ice will have at its guest soloist, Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, singing Mozart's "/Eleluia." The public is cordially invleed to a~ these services. MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Sunday Service The regular morning Worship Service usually scheduled at 9 o'clock will not be held Easter Sunday, April 14th, at 11:00 A. M. Circuit Holy Commun~ion in (tivine Worship will be held in the Memorial Methodist Church, Summit, Poin . All Church Schools of the Jefferson Circuit will meet at 9:30 A. M. The Easter Cantata will be presented April 21st in the summit Point" Church. On Thursday the llth Tenebrae Observance of Maundy Thursday wi,l] be held a 7:30 P. M. in the Oakland Church. This is for all Churches (ff the Charge. Mrs. Burwell Ware and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood attended the special Worship Service held Sun day night April 7 in the Zion Episcopal Clmrch in Charles Town. The Kabtetown Home Demon- stration Club meets Thursday afternoon April 18~ah at Vhe home ef Mrs. Robert McGarry, Mrs. C. D. Boyer, Jr will lead the lesson D~vid Yearbower, an employee as electr4cian at A. T. and T has returned to his home afier attend ing a training school for a week in Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick, their three cl~ildren of Elkins spen~t the past weekend with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Bush. ~Ir. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Ger- rardstown visited their so~-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tho- mas Wolford and children Satur- ~ay afternoon, Homer and Tom are getting thin'~ lined up for ~he oncoming fishing season. .Mr. and Mrs. Ora,l B. Hu~hes, Avon Hill. visited her nmther, Mrs. Gil, bert Cadwalder near Boyce, Va Sunday afternoon. Mr. Eddie Pifer o[ Pemn~iyl- vania was a visitor Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'C14pp where oCher mem'bers of the immed, iate family were also visitors. Miss Roxanne CI~ spent the weekend w~th friends in Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd It. Clipp Washington, D. C. sper~ several days recently with his brather-in law ,rod ~ster, Mr. and Mrs. Wi~ ard White. Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley, of Shenandoa'h Junction, were Fri- day guests of Mr. and M~'s. W. J. B. Houser. The Eas~er service will be held at 6 a:m. Sunday ~t the Methodist Cl~urch. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler, of Mar~in~burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan (~f Havper~ Ferry were Sunday guests of Mr, and p, mo PASTOR FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ma msburg, W. Vm EVANGELIST NURSERY P VIDED Mr. Jake Holler motored to Brunswick, Md on Sunday and v, isited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walker. Mr. and Mrs. ~i~ton Madisel and son and Mrs. Stic~ey of MavtinSburg and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibevt and children of Vancles- vi.ile, were Sunday guests of Mr. C~h~rles Knott and Mrs. Florence Runion and also visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and Mrs. Anna Mary H~tzel motored to Bl,acksburg, Va on Saturday and were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hetzel and son. Mrs. Harry Shirley Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser A.B. Terry L. Ring, who re- motored ,to Ma.rti~sburg on Sun- cently entered the Air National day and ~isited Mr. and Mrs. E. Guards, is stationed at Lacldand LaCross and also motored to Atrforce Base and would appreci- Hed,gesvilte and visited Mr. and ate hearing from his friends. His Mrs. George Lu