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al Cathedral in Washington, D. C. 'Mrs. Louise King. Returning NEWS IN AND AROUND were shown and the Reverend home on Wednesday afternoon George F. LeMoine, Rector of she and Mr. Glassford left early Trinity Church, Martinsburg Thursday morning to attend the spoke on Christian Social Relat- funeral services which were held ions after which the meeting was in Richmond at ten o'clock. Also + Irs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 adjourned, in Richmond, called there by Mrs. ~.. --...... -- Episcopal Churchwomen Meet King's death, were her brother -- The Episcopal Women of the and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Da- Convocation Diocese. Following the celebrat- Church of the Holy Spirit met in vid Rowland of Lexington, Ky Spring Convocation of the!ion of the Holy Communion, the the chapel on Tuesday evening Upon their return here they were • Churchwomen of the Churchwomen and the clergy of last week with ten of the mere accompanied by Mrs. Clifford )iocese of West Virginia held separate business meetings bers and one guest in attendance. Rowland who had §pent the past on Monday at the Chur- and at their conclusion a plate mIn the absence of the presider~+ month at her daughters bedside. , Holy Spirit and was at- luncheon was served by the chap- Miss Kate Biller, devotions were Visitors on Sunday at the home >y about seven of the el by the members of the local led and the meeting was conduc- of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grive and the clergy represen chapter. During the afternoon ses ted by Mrs. Philip Creamer. The were Mrs. Alton Grove and her thirteen churches in the I sion colored slides of the Nation- roll was called, the minutes of the daughter Miss Elizabeth Grove of last meeting were read and ap- Leetown, Mr. David Grove of proved and a report was made by Charles Town and Mrs. Louis the treasurer. Several matters Light and her daughter Miss were discussed after which the ev Mary Louise Light of Martins- ening was given over to complet- burg. ing arrangements for the Convoc- P. T. A. Meeting GEORGE STREET RANSON, W. VA. ational meeting to be held at the The Parent-Teachers Associat- church on Monday, April 10th. ion will meet at 7:30 o'clock on FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1961 BEGINNING AT 7:00 O'CLOCK P. M. Household Goods and Many Other Useful Items. Further Information and Consignments Call CHARLES TOWN 7-R. H. and R. COMMISSION AUCTION IL CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. Years 'at • 111 • • • | Following adjournment a pleas- Monday evening, April 17. The ant social hour was enjoyed dur- program for the evening will be m • • • • April 13- lt. SAVE 10% m 121 N. Charles St., Charles Town, W. Va. NYLON FRONT ing which delicious refreshments provided by the Valley Chanters, were served by the hostess Mrs. a well known choral group in the D plus tax 4.00-15--4 piy plus tax and old tire 8.3-24/8-24-4 ply Alexander Dunlop. Shenandoah Valley and the pub- Mrs. Ray B. Coffman who had lic is cordially invited to attend spent the winter months visiting the meeting and enjoy the musi- with her son-in-law and daughter cal program which will be pres- Mr. and Mrs• Harvey H. Kerchev- ented. al Jr. and their family returned on Wednesday of last week to her Metz Tells Kiwanians home in Edinburg, Va. She was Now ~ou can have all the rugged durability of Nylon cord construc- tion at no step-up in price. Here is ~ tire with maximum strength to resist bruises, sharp impacts and blowouts and give you lowest-cost- Per-acre operation. And, you will like the way the Dual- Ring tread gives you straight run- " ~ing and easy steering in the field or on the road. Come in and check this outstanding value. accompanied there by Mrs. Ker- cheval who returned to her home S~sJ0n..~. , :h~41|s]a~ure later the same day. Mrs. Donald Glassford, in corn- Members of the Charles Towi~ pany with her aunt Miss Hester Kiwanis Club heard an interest- Rowland of Winchester, Va. left ing and informative discussion of L ,+ .... _+: on Monday of last week for Rich- the activities of the recent sess, mond, Va. called there by the impending death of her sister B.F.Goodrich POWER-GRIP t B.F.Goodrlch has used the "arched- beam" engineering principle to create a cleat of extra-rugged strength. These curved cleats get rid of bending and buckling. They dig in, take a bite, keep you rolling and wipe clean. You'll get perform- ance, even in heavy soil, that puts more acres under the wheels every day. You save on fuel and tires; too, if you equip with the B.F.Goodrich Power-Grip. 111 SOUTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ion of the West Virginia Legis- lature from Attorney Kenneth Metz, Jefferson County's member of the house of delegates for their program Thursday evening at the Blue Grass Inn at the Tho- mas Jefferson Hotel• Metz tOld m the group that some 850 separate bills were offered in the legislature and it was almost impossible for any one member to kr~ow about all of them since :the bills are considered by differ !ent committees. He said he had i been able to familiarize himself with most of the bills that were recommended for passage by the i various committees. He stated he had served on six different com- mittees and that he had given careful consideration to all the proposed legislation that came be fore his committees• The speaker answered ques- ions regarding certain laws that were enacted by the Legislature. He said that the temporary 3To sales tax would expire August 31, unless extended by a special sess- ion of the Legislature• He dis- cussed the two proposed constit- utional amendments to be voted on in 1962. These amendments re late to "Selling Liquor by the Drink' 'and the right of the Gov- ernor to succeed himself. When asked what he thought: of the legislature, Mr. Metz said that they were a fine bunch of legislators, each trying to do what! he or she thought was best furl the state. Announcement was made of the visit of the Red Cross Blood- mobile unit to Charles Town Cit izen's Fire Hall Tuesday, April 13~i + enry B. Davenport was intro-i duced as a guest of Burns Huyett and Jack Huyett had Richard Eden of Niagara Falls, N. Y. as his guest. By Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Heflebow er and family of Raleigh, N. C. were Saturday evening April 1st guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Moler. Mrs. Raleigh Moler who has been in the Charles Town Gener- al Hospital for a few days return- ed home on Friday. He returned to his work in Baltimore on Mon- day. Mrs. Lawrence Oden of Sharps- burg was Friday evening guest of Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. and 9 a. m. until 2 p. m• on Sundays. Mrs. Harold Harding and son. With twice as much room being Mr .and Mrs. Robert Hoffmas- made available after the remodel ter and family of Martinsburg ing work has been completed, i were Sunday evening guests of Smith said a number of new lines Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clegg of Mr .and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. !of merchandise will be carried. Baltimore spent Sunday , with F. A. Hill and also visited Mr. and Smith and Hart, purchased the ~rs. nuth Clegg.and mr. ana mrs. Mrs Roy Hoffmaster and family Smithson and Bills newstand last T.W. we]tyana sons. , .... • • . mr amt mrs nowara l,troy and Mr. Melwn Hoffmaster. month. Snnthsons newsstand . .. ,. .. , ..... Tommy Manuel and Michael which has been in continuous up- an a ~augJlters oI Ha.iito.wn win: Biller left Thursday for Texas to eration for the past 34 years, has ~ea .~r: an~ mrs. ~m t~ltt anu join the Air Force• been operated by Mrs. Bessie Mc ~amliy bunaay evening. . Mr and Mrs Ernest Fiede mo- Donald of Charles Town since the I mr. ana ~£rs. tJeorge ~reenwah • ' it n a spent Sunaay in ~altimore wire tored to New Mexico last week death of the late Mrs. Sm hso , I ....... • mr ana mrs James wehy ana on a vacatmn few years ago. I. " . " • , uaughter Mrs. Warren Walker of Ranson Bills Newsstand, the oldest of I Mr anti Mrs Harr, Ga-eb, and visited her son-in-law and daugh- the two business establishments I- :- - ,, ~ s.+7 !. ter Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffmaster was started June 10, 1910 by Mrs l aaugn-ter spem bunaay w.nn Mr. .... " ana mrs. mmey zomoro m rm s and children on Friday. Ehzabeth M. Ingram. Later it was I Church Va Mr. William Capriotti is a pa- operated for a number of years lw S C S'Meetin~ altient, in the Charles Town Hospit- bYand Mr.thenandthreeMrS.yearsWilhamago" WilliamHahn/i .... ~' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler and Smith of Hagerstown, Md. pur-! Mr .and Mrs. Charles Sisk of Mar chased it. And he and his wife tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lou have operated it since. dan and Mrs. Samuel Secura of Both Hart and Smith plan to Knoxville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jack devote full time to the running Loudan of Harpers Ferry and Mr. of the establishment. Hart was and Mrs. David Allen and dau- formerly associated with Robin- ghter of Bonsboro, Md. were Sun son Ice and Cold Storage and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Smith has ben an insurance sales old Harding and son and Mrs. An man. nie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen and daughter of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. David Allen and dan ghter of Boonsboro visited their By Mrs. "Lena Ambrose brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. Bert Loudan and son on Sun Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby vis- day. ited Mrs. Gageby's aunt Mrs. Etta Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle Graham who is now in The Vin- and daughter of Shepherdstown bona Nursing Home in Braddock, were Sunday guests of her par. Md. She is there due to a very ents Mr. and Mrs. William Sny- bad fall she had a week ago. She der. i is aged 83 and is doing very good. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAaME ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1961 5---A The W. S. C. S. of the Metho- dist Church here will hold a rum mage sale Friday and Saturday of this week in The Old Bakery building in Charles Town. The benefits will be used to help corn plete a hall which they are build ing on the church lawn. Mr. Frank Kidwiler has recent- ly purchased the entire farm from Mr. Herbert Engle. Mr. En- gle was born and reared there at the home place quite a few years ago. Laborites quarrel among selves over Polaris base. SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 ON THE CIRCLE -- RANSON, W. VA. -- NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT -- H. G. SHADE, Mgr. LUBRICATION -- WASHING -- WAXING TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE -- COMPLETE SINCLAIR SERVICE -- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Whitting ton of Martinsburg who have been in Manistee, Mich. for a while with the construction gang visited her brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart and sons over the weekend. George Hough who is in the Navy and stationed at Norfolk, Va. was a weekend guest of his parents Mr.' and Mrs. William Hough and family. Smith, Hart Combine Newsstands Under ,Name Of Colonial Newsstand After more than 50 years the two news stands which have oper- ated side by side in the City Mar- ket House Building on North Geo rge street in Charles Town, have been consolidated and within the very near future Richard Hart and Archie Smith, the new own- ers will have the most modern and attractive newsstand in the entire area. The Colonial Newsstand is the name under which Smith and Hart will operate their new busi- ness. And the name will be most appropriate and fitting o~ce the )general remodeling arid renovat- ing program which is being plan- ned, is completed• The plans call for removing the brick wall partition which now seperates the two rooms, thus pro viding one large display and shop ping area. The interior will be given a added new and bright look through a re-painting and re decorating job. The front of the storerooms will also be completely remodel- ed, making it into one large Col onial type front, with a large double Colonial window to be lo cated on the northern end of the building and the entrance on the Southern end. As soon as the remodeling pro- gram has been completed new dis play equipment for magazines, newspaper, nbvelties, etc., will be added. Will Let Contract Soon Smith said it is expected that a contract for the remodeling and redecorating work will be let within the next week or ten days +,and the work will start shortly p thereafter. Operating hours for the news- stand is from 7 a. m. until about 9 p. m. six days weekly and from Discontinuing Housekeeping I will sell at Public Sale, the Following Articles, located at Reedson, W. Va., on the Road lea~ling from Halltown to Shepherdstown, W. Va., on SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 BEGINNING AT. 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Shelvador Refrigerator, A-1 shape; Estate 3-Burner Elec- tric Stove, A-I shape; Electric Light, Extension Table a~d 6 Ch~irs; Iron Bed with Springs and M~ttress; Double Bed with Springs and Mattress; Bed Clothing, China Closet, Kitch- en C~binet, 2 Library Tables, About 2"Dressers, Chest of Drawers, Wardrobe, Settee, Stands, Some Pictures, Old Mir- ror, Old Organ, 2 Oil Lamps, Maxttel Clock, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; 2 Metal Porch Chairs, Window Screens, Radio, Linoleum Rugs, 12 Gauge Shot Gun, 4-Burner Oil Stove, China Cupboard, Chin~t and Glassware, Cooking Uten- sils, Pots and Pans; New Lard Car~s, 2 50-Gal. Oil Drums; Bench, Tables, Garden Plow, Lawn Mower, Shovels, Digging Irons, Hand Saws, Brace and Bits, Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned. TEKMS:--CASH on Day of Sale. JoHN H. FRAZIER K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. 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