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April 13, 1961

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PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . Hew Officers Charles Town High Council G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 MEETING meeting on Zoning in Harpers Ferry on Wednesday, 17:30 p. m. The meet- open to the public Ferry and Bolivar. expert will be the full attendance is At Bolivar-Harpers Named Show Case" is the as the winner in choose a name for pers Ferry District ttigh School For being the winner she and a companion will receive an all ex- pense paid three day visit to Char leston, S. C. tier chosen compan- ion is Miss Thehna Kidwiler a classmate who will accompany her. They will fly via National Airline on Wednesday, April 12 and will see the reenactment of the firing on Fort Sumpter and a pageant, "The Charles Story" while in Charleston. One hundred and twenty entries were received in the contest to select a name for the new Enterprise Kay is i i ~?:il ??:: center being route 340 near Sol- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har Ferry by Miss Kay vey Staubs of Bolivar. Shown above are the new offi- t Miss llelen Roberts; three class Charles Moler and John Lowery old junior in Har A party of distinguished Swed- cers of the Student Council at presidents, Dan Eismon, Judy were candidates for vice presi Charles Town Senior lligh School Jenkins and Pat Burns; faculty dent with Mary Cheshire and Jan -ANNOUNCES-- Friday Nights Until 9:00 P. M. Saturday At 6:00 P. M. who were elected March 30 foz for the 1961-62 school term. They are: (left to right)-Patricia Burns secretary; Charles Moler vice- president; Patricia Rissler, pres- ident and Robert Dailey, treasur- er. (Photo By Tim Sinn). The nominating committee, composed of the principal, Mr. William J. Brown, the sponsor, paign member, Miss Virginia Rider and two Student Council members, Dave VanMetre and Jan Rissler chose two candidates for each of. fice. The nominees for President were Elizabeth Wysong and Pat Rissler with Carolyn Lehman and Barbara Coulter as their cam- managers, Mullen as their respective maria. gers. Running for the office of secretary were Pat BulTls and Donna Mahone. Their respective campaign managers were Susav Sinn and Anne League. Nominees for treasurer were Robert Dalley and Rebecca Dunn with Stephen Hahn and Susan Bell, as cam respectively, paign managers, respectively. ish visitors were luncheon guests at Iiill Top tIouse at Harpers Fer ry on last Sunday There were eight in the party including t Prime Minister Tage Erlander and Swedish Ambassador Gunnar Jarring and their wives. They seemed delighted with their visit to the Hill Top and were very in- teresting guests. Mrs. Lenora Staubs who has been a patient in Charles Town General Hospital for the past small home was burned together with every thing they owned and no insurance. They are planning to try to build a small shanty at once. It is hoped that the people throughout this area will help them in a small way. Their needs will not be many and every article donated will be deeply appreciated. They have not asked for help but we know it is needed. Hill Top Opens member of the Town Council by the 1st of May. Michael Morgan,' son of*Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin Morgan of Bolivar i has been quite ill at the home of his parents. The Ham and Turkey Supper served at the local High School on Saturday evening and spring sponsored by the Band Boosters Club netted over $100.00 for ben efit of Band uniforms. Mrs. Rhoda Jones of Harpers t . rMr . Doug]ag Bowcr and family in Bolivar Sunday afternoon. Friends ill our village are pleas ~d to hear that Mrs. Foster BreD roman of Charles Town has re- urned to her home from the ',buries Town General Itospital vhere she was a surgical patient md at this writing continues to nprove. We all wish her a )eedy recovery. Mrs. FrancisthT-e Whittington cas admitted to Winchester Iemorial Hospital Sunday and n Wednesday will undergo eye argery for the removal of earn- 'acts. Our best get well wishes ~re extended to her at this time. Mrs. Alec Costello entered the 'harles Town General ttospital n Monday for observation and :-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Penwell md family of Charles Town were Iinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Irs. David Penwell and family. :irele Meeting The Presbyterian Circle met ionday evening at the home of Mrs. Raymond Parks in Charles Town with sixteen members and Asitor in attendance. The chair- nan Mrs. Winerd Bowers opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. E1 .rood Bowers, secretary read the ninutes of the last meeting and had roll call. Several announce- ments were made by the chair- man. During the social hour, the hos tess assisted by her mother Mrs. Harold Goodwin served delicious refreshments. sPmrr or Rson t, .t s AI)V0eA THURSDAY, APRII; 13, 1961 3---B i I have sold my Farm and I~lry tlerd privLtely azgi will sell my machinery on s~dd farm located along Smady Hook Road leading from Route 67 ISandy Hook-BrownsviJle) from Route 240 near Potomac River Sandy Hook Bridge, in Wash- ington County, Maryland, on TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1961 BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON TO-Wrr: FARM MACHINERY:.--McCormlck-Deering Farmall M Tractor, just overhauled; t~lcCormiek-Deering W-4 Trge- for in good condition, overb.Luled; Case SC Tractor, in good condition: W-30 McC.-Deering Tractor. 1949 International Truck with 2 speed rear, good eo~ditlolm Cultivators for H or M tractor: McCormickoI}eering hay crushes, used one year; side delivery rake, Case Combine. 2 disc harrows, New Holland field chopper, l~owcr stud pip.a; Smoker elevator, New Holland 77 h~y baler, field spr~er with 2 barrels: 20Hver double bottom plows, 2 disc h~rrow~ corn planter for tra~tor use; 2 drag harrows, Oliver lima and fertilizer spreader, 2 row corn picker, hill side hitch. 2 wb~d trJtiler with 14-ft. bed; mgnure loader for M tractor; fgl~ wagon gates with motor unloader unit; McC@rmiek-D~ring manure spreader, new; also good liquid spreader, MeCormieko Deering drill, tractor belts, Some Hay and Corn left by Nths. 1946 GMC FARM TRUCK, Set Dehorners. Forks, Shove~ Scoops and Some Small Items. 2 HOLSTEIN BULLS, on~ is l~egistered. TERMS:--CASH on D& of Sale. JOSEPH E. HIMES EMMERT R.~ BOWLUS, Auctioneer. HORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. Lunch Will Be Served. April 13 - lt. f, i three weeks was returned to her Hill Top House was officially Ferry has nmved into her new home in Bolivar by ambulance on opened on the last Sunday in home recently built near Harpers Town Caperton Brothers Friday afternoon. March. Quite a lot of Boy Scouts Ferry District High School: & Gift Shop ~ ~ . She is still bed fast but shows were in Harpers Ferry on Satur- -------~ ---- Jefferson Hardware Co. improvement along some lines day, many of them from around ILl A | | T ~ ~ L] s Smart Fashions .... and was glad to be home. Her dau the Washington, D. C. and Silver H A L IL | ~I ~ I~ ..... ghter lvlz'~ lsaoore.rdsner m way Spring, Md. area. Quite a number B" Miss Doroth- Bowers D E PT 5TQ f t~ "---------~----[Kastle's Men's Shop , tnhesD%ro~.inr;.t~Src~lr~ngssIOr2ie:hm; ~fowlOUriStSunVdSivted the Historic .~ _, .-'-=7-.-" .... '~ ' l tl ~ ~vzrs z~wara xoung ot unarms Music Store __ ,cn )hoa2sne Mnrdrs: hMr'asandtheMirrs'LveWiSnDhtNghls T tWrns;eansd etursnveedrat 2ee :v si 0F'P HG TER IN CHARL [Leggett's Dept. Store spent last Sunday with their son ton of Lake Bluff, Ili. lie was en- zng her mother zvtrs, o. - . .. Jewelry Store ~ their son-in-law Mr. Stanley Dal- . ....... R Costello in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. route home after a business trip ann tamuy, omer recent visitors ,. t~, ~m- at =~, ~ C~ [Lucille's Small Fry Shop Joseph Ruczko and family in Ken to Washing, ton n C with the family have been Mrs. ,fit I II 1, aiD, Jewelers sin-tons , Md. won~ marsnan'" -:" ~vieneree:" "" ~" year Costello's brother-in-law and sis- I llll i /-i ~ l I, /-i Destroyed By Fire ,la .... f MR, or and Mrs Rob ter Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stronsm- | il I ~k I ~lModern Home Appliance A small shanty located in the er~ l~I'ene~ee of~Bolivar was a pa-I~er and n~ce and nephew tMr~ w ~,~, ~ ~ k ~, ~ I ~inion I Sales and Service Old Furnace area near Bolivar tient last week in Winchester. Va. ~/~ashi"ng~ton'"i~'"~: ............ _ _ ,-- . ..... , ance Store I was completely destroyed by fire Memorial Hospital with a severe [ ~'~. ,.,a ~,.,." u~,~, U~Ah,,: STORE HOURS.---9 to .9 Fmday , 9 to 5 ~Saturoay on Friday afternoon. It had been attac~ of nnoumnnia l')urin~ hi~t ,,,.. =,,,~ ......................... ~ occupied by twin brothers, Geo-mn,~'~ ~hi~ ~'~=,- ~n,~'~'~"~'few~and son Wayne were supper ..... I Smith Tire and rge and Charles McDonald, identi ~avs~;n t'lae same"Hoso;ial where Iguests Monday of_Mr, and Mrs. ' e Light & I Battery Company, Company cal twins aged around 30 years he underwent minor sur-erv trienry lvzcz ee ana aaugnter m ...... and inseparable all of their lives, i Both are now at home and ~.e~iin~ICharles Town. ...... 1 I I 1 1 1 I Melvin T. Strider Co. they always worked together and alon- nicely ~' ~' Mrs. Wmera t~owers wsl~ea her 1 1 I l~mmm 1 1 mn ~.h~, ,-a, most an- kind fort . . :~: ........ t brother-in-law and sister Mr. and / / I // I ~ger's Store : i,,,~ ~ ~ ~x~an;'~m]li~s' and were always t fa~i~yan~ l~Sxa~ndnaia~, ~mltnp~n~JMrs. Carl _Clark in Clearbr~okA I 1B I lli=l m 0 It S* ='mley'swl F0rniture seen together. Thdy Yere walking [the weel~end with Mrs Smith's I va. on ~rmay. virs. r,Tanees ram ' III l1 I lll to Bolivar to do some work and [, arents Mr and Mrs" Charles/ver ot even rountams, va. Re- l i l i 1 l l l v com amed hel s~ster home for a ~tloe Center [ Store, Inc. ~he local Fire Co. passed them. lTrundle Mrs Trundle'was a re-/' p ' "'" II 1 I l___ II Ill ILater they learned that their I cent Hos,,ital"-atient but is reeov/ten day visit, l I I l I l l I I ' ~ I . v . v. "1 / Mr and Mrs. Carl Kranenberg 1 1 II 1 I I 1 ll Strider Town & Country Clothiers ermg remarKamy wei. ' n [ Mrs. Bertha Morgan who at one Iand two .?:?: ftCharleSv:OW I I SAVE l0 NOW ON Itime spent quite some time at the were wsltoz y ,s iTOM LENNON'S local Penticostial Home for the with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin eleven- $ U IT $ SI 0R]t.0ATS rtardware I Western Auto aC~L~OA~S- S~~TmS | A"ed has returned to the well I Associate Store "v '.t k rv inhimq ii:!m ii M:r!iltal :i Gi!iySU. wra rae:dMft:.Mis : ll it ! I . l"! Sc st ._ Values to $49 99 - W=e tL$25,0L tWhite's Record Shop I .WriteToeayfo'r Catalog! -- I I "" " ..... hil vi |Arthur Wilhide and family of I {Jr" 2' V. Service / L---- i i mmm .--..a I .recently. wRen sue tell W. te is.-] Hagerstown, Md. and Mrs. James 1 ]i I [ IJt] ,lungat. tnenomeola~rlenawn|Blue of Shenandoah Junction. , 4~= ~ll~ iv i1~ 41~'=='li |l~ ll~W~w Illl wa~Ir~:RsP~3Se~enefoe and famib,| Mrs. Nelson Boyd was a visitor I -- ~li i I ~ / IlI -- --, ----m m [visite i her mother Mrs. H. M ./Wednesda lVem gra r h 3hme I 1 1 l NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS! Clifton Peacher along with a [one for Ripley's "Believe It Or|gruPZF~exP~rer~,,~'~ c:mning | mllmm, ~ : Half of 1960 Taxes IS NOW DUE-and [ The following story sounds like| ....... from I l and a Discount of 2Vz Percent Will Be AI- . . [ aN2t"tb:twir t sr :el2 i het:epttae[| pVover theo w'ee'l end at K yes t Year round wools wool l#lends! Solids, WIDE CHOICE of Plaids snd Cheek n Wool ~l[ paid before May 1st, 1961. I, or one of my D~d,a . Tolevlslon - / .......... ! Gap on Route 9. 1 " " " . . . . wool blends! Terrific Savi Ks ou Will / amng. A Dantom nen, aoout ten] Winerd Bowers and sons I plaids, cheeks, hopsa~ks. Wide color range! every one[ be at the following places on the given Hi Fi Stereo " :o e ustasever hen [eYggrSfor ag:yearor longerXnow/Tm y anddDn.a d ex , u [ I FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR hours for the purpose of collecting taxes. v ants t s , j Y Alton Muse and sons " IARPERS FERRY DISTRICT W E B B S ]eggs. This litle bantom is the onlY]reMr~hM~o~[~Cen~P~i2nd Chieldt ... nRF~ PANT ~_~ ~~does, after laying her htter of . " Wednesday, April 19, 1961 /one of her kind, at the writersl ............ , . ~,t=-~ a ~ ' -- ..... Radios, Television, /h eizae dhleiveSEwa thd yflfckt f/ dnrs.W Setnere e n f dt rf: I Plain . pleated! Cottons... Dacrons! Grey, i" brtnh~noa~ ]past week she has bee found s t| oo Vo., .oo.,. I Brown Black, Gold, Olive 28 to 42 Stock up. M.- 10:00 A. M.--Bakerton Post Office n ily in Prince George, Va. Little " " . t FIRSI' FIA)OK I M.. 10:30 A. M.-Harpers Ferry Post Office .... . | Ling on the nest containing the| "t mean w ll'spen 1 ' M.. 11:00 A. M.---Millville Post Office west wasmng[on tree ]largest numl er of eggs, and is/ several weeks with her grandpar- 1 ll=t, = IPUlI qPIP ..m , very unhappy an(1 ruztlea up .=. ' in 1 Charles Town, W. Va. ents 3 3FUfil 3 lilt3 KABLETOWN DISTRICT [ ehrenne em vedt" Et ier nedwnh? hass]DM " JahnMra:t I::y a:nh nng:n I ** M, -- FABRICS-- been surprised" and never heard]_; _ . .." ....... $ WASH N WEAR Alexanarla, va. VlSlteCl Mr. ann Wednesday, April 19, 1961 if a story hke. Has any one.Elmer Wright and Mr sam-I Assorted Styles and Colors. FIRST FLOOR Mayors of t.he twin towns a e/ uel "Strickler on l riday and along }}4. M.-11"30 A. M.--Kabletown, Johnson's Store r ............ requesting reslctents to please put .... )~.M.. 12~00 Noon--Rippon, Anders Store # _ _..w I 1 forth an effort to clean up and/m~theMr;viW:lg~at en~Yl~d dia~le: i .,,. AC T'I M t/'q Ml ql: -I f~,t~ ' Oon. 12:30 P.M.--Summit Point, Glassford's | ~ ~ ~1~ | beautify their premises such as[ town Inn " I 14,dale Ila' I'llld ~1 I" IIl#lkt i I I1"1 II ff I! cleaning unused lots, fence rows,[ Mrs Jose"h Ranalli and dau"h- I .............. t ..... ~ o!__._,_ ~ ~VV Store. , L I V v v --- I 1 covered with vines and briars and[ ..... ; .... ~ ~m"q~e and ~Irs | DOLLAR VALUIng. ~tOeK up now. omrt~, [| |l etc. Also dead trees, bushes and ' thaniei ITies. . Belts, Etc. Values to $3.99 FIRST FLOOR "" --- -- vflDDLEWA DISTRICT [| | 1 rfv:aintsfl ye u dngUre [ ra'y shop'pe'd i"n'"l Iar"t nsburg I 11 hel in Saturday afte oon ........................... , folks fail to respond m p g to I ] Wednesday, April 19, 1961 il bm aPdM:a y:htae:a:r hnengenil [ i:n!]:n ilF M BOY S M.. 1 "00 P M ---Middleway, Pifer's Store ae v' M.. 1:30 P" M'---Leetown, Willis' Store r'M..2;OOP:M:.--Kearneysville, Johnston's II IS ovtt II thetWpa~rt~r~i~.pantwillbeasklB~rSna;;~;s.n~aleeCCerSteivli~ondl DR[5~ I Ult - tUmml 3-PIEE 9JI13 . . . daughter a y Store. I I __ ----- ! I I] Saturday evening with the for- ] There will be many vlsRors m | ~/lt,1[ ~'~[ ~ I | the two towns this year anct we[ ...... ~,'"o a#- and Mrs Ed- I1 rtEPHERDSTOWN DISTRICT i | Vl ll,lt 1 it like to see each and every homelward Costello in Charles Town l | II, v ,--'-- -- ~1 ~:kieng ~iC~ospltal / Mrs. William Honk, Miss Doro-[I : . thy Bowers, Mrs. Frank Simons ednesday, April 1,9, 1961 l Mrs. Etta Potts Graham, aged[ .a visited Mrs I 1:30 P.M.--Duffields 85 native of nearby Loudounl orence i;oDe"and Mrs Bertha | IMI county but resident of Lovetts-[ M,,r an SantaV afternoon at the I ' M.. 2:00 P. M.---Moler's Cross Roads I ville, Va. for many years is a pa-I ar..o l Irtmo in 1Roll II .L m eriff's Office in Shepherdstown WILL BE tient in the Vinolana Convales-lva .......... ................ II sauL Home at Braddock, Md " amb " Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parks ~ RUFFLED NYLON 'h~:~egularHursDuringtheMnthfAprilfr" E.L. McDONALD, JR. being ........taken there by ulance; land son Michael of Charles Town [I MFH I FABRICS [ RUFFLE?~NAY~L~mN : of Shepherdstown DistriCt and Shepherds- . ~ t= ,, ~ ,, trom the Dome ot her oaughterland Mrs Parks' mother Mrs Harll ...... I ......... I I] I N l| || oration. AbI:HLI Mrs" Ma~yE~tmeraFryei~Bu~k:Y[old Gooclwin of Mass., Mr." andll t ht-tre curate I Dl=tdlM&ld11' ! i, v_,_ l. For Any District in the county may be stown, ~! a. afte ..,. g. . "[ Mrs Alec Costello and daughterI/ Urll: ,} illlllj I IlgiPlHi N I J I P I I H 1 I u ttili - , INS RANCE AND tureo rios aDo omer injures m . ..... ., ** , ..., .. .= U ........... IIMa[y ..=.c =as,, ,.,,.,.. ,-,,.,,.,,, .t.u.-l1 I V V u n n 1 1 regular omce hours at the Sher, ffs .......... were dinner guests Sun-t/ _ ...... I ...... ...,I_-- .... -;7""--_ the Jefferson County Court House in REAL .... ep g Z]day of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clev-[| Sizes to 17 | values to n,c ya. !Values to $3.99 tch Town, W. Va. . M u ~sonvar ananearoy. , ~[/ I i SALE $1.67 or PAUL W. MILTON, Sheriff a;h:n: beTtl '! :Vu:Pia n ;e2ne?t noh i!ls;t dtdd :DaghiiylRi la7a Values to $3.99 SALE JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Charles Town, Va. !o submit their .names for an [m rs. Frances Fauver. Mrs. Winli .37 ] $ 1.00 i for town Olfice wilt please ao so anal ~,-a ~t,,.,.,~ ~nd -randson Timmv ~t -~ i . i ~ " "~ --'~ "~ --- |r ~ .... I~'-- v ~6 and 13-2t. v~v~m.m~m~m it will be appreciated Turn[ ............. ow.l[ ~ I ~ all,, ] ~ ....... _Muse, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood B -,, , , i'717 ~ names into me mayor or anylers and son Bruce visited Mr. and