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NEWS ITEMS & PERSONALS IN By Mrs. G. E. Webb Ferry Crowned Fadley aprounoun- -- Phone 2492 was chosen "Miss eral days last week visiting at Ferry" during a charm the home of her grandson, Mr. by the tIarpers James Littleton and family, in Boosters in the local Rockville. Md., and also visiting Auditorium on Fri- Mrs. Beulah Kite, in Washington Crowning of the queen D.C. tor of Providence Methodist Chu- tots Sunday with @o [ ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- for a speedy recovery. I reh, Towson, Md., has been sent C. Pearl. I liam Wilt. Mr( and MrS. J. C. Payee of to Panama and Costa Rica, .Mrs Minnie. Chapman and Mr. i Mr. John Love of near Charles AHingt0n; Vli:, were visltorsSal- one of twenty pastors,, asked by Ralph Stotler of Charles Town Town was a visitor Friday morn- urday of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. the Bishop to go on the Preaching were visitors Sunday with Mr, ing with his sister and brother-in- " Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and Harley O. Stag- Witnessed by nearly 500 Fadley is the daugh, and Mrs. James Fadley Heights area. The Suzanne Grey, Jennifer Grey and Shirley Caniford, Mission. This is sponsored by the and Mrs. James Zombro. Board of Evangelism of the Meth- ~ Mrs. Joan Garza and daughter, odist Church. Mrs. Archibald and Teresa, were visitors Wednesday Winchester. Va. their three children, were dinner with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Ramsdill spent sev- guests at the home of Mr. and Itarry Brodie of McLean. Va. Mrs. Clayton Robinson, m BolivarI Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo on Saturday, and also a visitor and two sons. Stephen and Kev- at the home of the writer. We in of Springfield, Va., were din- congratulate our former pastor on her guests Sunday with the lat- his achievement. Rev. and Mrs. Temple Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. William Spears, of the Harpers Ferry area, and the Bishop of Exeter, England, were visitors at Hill Top House, on Saturday. Other guests at the Hill Top, recently, were a group of Artists, from Harrisburg, Va. the previous contest Five bus loads of sight seers gift presentation. Cry- from the Baltimore, Md. area, Meadows served as and the usual groups coming and with Neal Snider the going. Master of ceremon- The many friends of Mrs. Blan- T. Hart, of the che Wheatly and her sister, Mrs. Service. Mrs. Ray- Hott, will be glad to know that served as pianist, they are getting along nicely, and Hollywood" gag contest are with their niece, Miss Barbara Lewis Meadows. Run Wheatly, in New York City. Miss Order were James Can- Wheatly was a gueest at Hill Ttop Biller and Mack House. and it was learned, thro- ugh her, that the two sisters were entertainers features g~tting along very well and that by Trayer Trio, Mrs. Wheatly, a former resident Rangers. "The Beet- of Bolivar, and still a property of Betty owner here is very anxious to Studio and the Introductory re- made by Wilbur Mrs. Joseph Wag- "Miss West in the "Miss Amer Frank Orrison, Lin- W. Williams of VOTE m Democrat For Qualified to lead Dedicated to serve Mr. and Mrs. Milfard Edwards, of Loudoun Heights, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leop Edwards of Camp Hill recently. The P. O. of A. held a business' meeting at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb, on Tuesday afternoon, with the usual officers and mem- bers present. All nessecery bus- iness was transacted, and light refreshments were served after busin.ess transactions. Mrs. Nettle Holtman. accompa- ined by Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kugar, of Ellicott City, Md. were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Raymond Snider and family re- cently. Mrs. Holtman is a former resident of near Harpers Ferry and is the former Nettle Potts. At long last, we have two sum- mer days, Thursday and Friday. Gardening, house cleaning and yard work, really got started in a hurry. Several pieces of property, we understand are to be sold in hear from her former neighbors Bolivar in the near future. Spring and friends, and members of the time always brings moving and Womans' Club. Her address is changing. Mrs. Blanche Wheatly., 545 West IIIth. St. Mr. and Mrs. William Henretta New York, N.Y. were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus, at Pike- Rev. James Archibald, former side, W. Va. on last Sunday. pastor of Bolivar and Harpers Other visitors at the Krous home Ferry Methodist Church now paN were Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hen, retta and son, Jack, of Martins- FOR burg, and Mrs. Irene Anderson of Winchester, Va. The occasion was and (Pal. Pol. Adv. April 23-30-May 4) Sold my home in Kingsville, Md.. and moving into a in Shepherdstown, W. Va., I will sell the follow- on the corner of Princess and New Streets, Shep, W. Va. in the former International Harvester Co. UN (SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, 1964 *~ ' ' BEGINNING ATi0:00 A. MI' " : ..... ~ .... Antique and Modern Furniture and other Mtseell- Top Tables; Marble Top Oval Coffee Table; Italian Table; Mahogany Desk with Mother-of.Pearl Inlay; and Grandfather Chairs with arms; Walnut )ld Trunk; 2 Blue China Candle Holders; Very Old Bottle; 2 Brass Complete Fireplace Sets; 2 Brass Lamps; Brass Woodbasket; Brass Fireplace i Draw Screens; Walnut Bed with Night Table Attached; Stand; "New Spring and Mattress; Complete Mahogany Suite; Triple Dresser; Chest of Drawers, and Night Dinette Set; Table with Leaf; 6 Chairs; China Closet; 2 Marble-top End Tables with draw- Table; Living Room Table with Glass Shelf; Round Marble-top Table; Duncan-Phyfe Love Seat; Large Sofa; 2 Matching Fireside Chairs; Large Wing Barrel Shaped Chair; Mahogany Occasional Chair; Upholstered Occasional Chairs; Armed Leather Oc- Mahogany End Table; Mahogany Coffee Table; Slipper Chair; 2 Maple Chairs; Governor Desk; Mahogany Duncan-Phyfe Drop Leaf Table; 6 Range, Double Oven, like new; 6 Wooden Kitellen E. Refrigerator with Revolving Shelves, like new; Kitchen Table; Electric Washing Machine, Wringer Frigidaire Washer; 2 Metal Utility Cabinets; Top TV Stand; Boudalr Chair; Chaise Lounge; Chair with Ottoman; 2 Smoking Stands; 4 Drawer 15 Living Room and Bedroom Lamps, like Collection of Christmas Decorations with outside ; Baby Bed; lot of Picture Frames; 6 Aluminum irs, like new; Wrought Iron Lawn Furniture witch Oval Top Glass Table, Oval Glass Coffee Table; 6 Chairs with Cushions; 2 Large Waterford Glass With Prisms; 1 pair small Lights with Prisms; l~alr with Prisms; Kitchen Electric Clock; Wall ; 3 Sets Dishes. service for 8; numerous and figurines; Tea Set; Brass Plaque with Centdr prs. of Ninon and Dacron Curtains, Tailored and 72 to 90 in. long; 16 prs. of Drapes; 6 Winter 6 Summer Bedspreads; 6 Bathroom Rugs; Rugs of follows: 12x!5, 6x9, 12x14, 9x12; lot of Dishes and Gun Cleaner ;Metal and Brass Yard Signs; Safe Guard Check Protector Wrier, like new; Scholaris Micrscope, 20 power, 2 sets $11p- electric Drill; Electric Concrete Mixer;" Shallow Mrs. Andersons birthday, and the 50th. wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henretta. The W. S. C. S. of the Bolivar Methodist Church held their reg- ular monthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Butts on last Monday evening, with a good attendance. The gro- up presented Mrs. Henretta with an attractive gift, in honor of their 50th. wedding anniversary, recently observed. There has been quite an epe- demic of measles throughout this area, usually the victim improves after a few days. Some flu and virus cases have also been report ed recently. Mrs. Essie Marlatt, of North Mountain, accompained by her sis ter, Mrs. Hazel Carter, spent Sun- day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt. The W. S. C. S. Zone Meeting will be held on Friday of this week, at Camp Hill Methodist Church at 10 o'clock a. m. It is hoped that the attemiance will-be~ good from each of the three Churches on the charge. ull By Miss Dorothy Lake i ] Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lflla and daughter, Miss Rebecca Lilla and Mrs. James Lilla spent Wednes- day with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mathena and Mrs. Barbara Gleis- ler and sons of Woodstock, Md. I, Mrs. Pittman Russell spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Mr. Nelson Whittington who had been a patient at the George Washington University Hospital for seven weeks returned to his home on Wednesday of the past week. His many frinds wish for hi ra speedy recovery. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md., were re. cent Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons and Mrs. Lula Ranalli and Mrs. James Lilla. Mrs. T. E. Lake is spending this week with her brother, Mr. JOe Gordon of Edinburg, Va. - Miss Rebecca Lilla spent sev. eral days the Past week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam King of Laurel, Md. Mrs. Mary Wiltcshire and son Glen were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Everhart of Brunswick, Md. Cecelia Milton of Mountain Mission spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and children. . Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Joey and Vince, attended a birthday party for Mr. William Hough of Bakertorh W. Ya., on Saturday evening. Mrs. Marshall Jenkins Charles Town Spent Sunday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dfl- 0ow, Sr., and Mrs. Charles R. DII- W Other Sunday visitors Mr and Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Jr., and daughter, Tana, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and children and Miss Nancy Runion of Harpers Ferry, RFD 2. Mr. 'and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Joe and Vines, spent'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William King of Laurel, Md. Miss Rebecca Lilla returned home with them. 100 ft. electric cord; Electric Wire and Cable; Sprayer; Paint; q ree P|:uners; new Miter Box II I I ass't, of Flower Pots; Vice; Wrenches; Ham- ed Wheelbarrow; ElectricTrimmer; Ferfl- 22 in. Rotary Lawn Mower; Electric Feed cooker; Scythe; Garden ~ose; Extension Ladderd, 2J~ I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrelt and Mr. Newton Hawk were visi- Trellis; Lot of Electlrc Fluorescent Lights; ; Electi'ic Bench Grinder; Field Sprayer; Tools of all kinds; Set of Pipe Dies; t/~ Cutter; 50 Ibs. Nails; Hatchet; Electric Soldering Tools; 2 20 ft. Pipe and Wire Gates lot o~ Lumber of all sizes. Many other numerous to mention: SALE: CASH. Nothing to be removed until Rights Reserved. For Accidents On Premises. MRS. MARGARET SKINNER SHUTZ (Ned) MORROW FURR April 16.2t. law, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mrs. Bertha Bagent of Millville Mrs. Peggy Seal who has been were visitors Thursday evening on the sick list for several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. and in Charles Town General Mr. Charles Garrett and Mr. Hospital several times and not Leftridge Staubs were visitors at showing any improvement is now Newton Baker Hospital. Mr. in King's Daughters' Hospital in Staubs had another check up. He Martinsburg and improving slow- isn't feeling so well at this writ- ly each day. Our best wishes ing. Love Seat, Chair, Club Rocker. Coffee SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCAT THU DAY, APRIL 23, 1964 B--.7 Mrs. Richard West and daugh- so well again. ter, Nina Susan, of Purcellville, Va., and Mrs. Calvin Mays and daughter, Anna, were visitors on Monday with the f0rmer's par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Runion. Mr. Thurman Hawk, on the sick list for quite some time and also in Newton Baker Hospital, is at his home but not feeling @ .. 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