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AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . G. E. Webb Telephone 2.192 Mrs. Randall Whi(aker Long Island, N. Y. visitors recently of Mr. and Mrs. By- on Bolivar lteighls. )el's Ferry- Bolivar will have light bulbs the near future. Fadely of Bolivar quite ill and a patienl D. Baker VA ttospital ~recently underwent sur- Hardy of nearby Va. and a mem- ,zer Methodist awarded an attend- the Sunday School on a record of 29 years t tWo Sundays absent, dur entire time. Mr. ltardy Superintendent of the nday School for the Riley of near is quite ill and a )ital in Baltimore, 29 annual supper will Dining Hall at the Methodist Church in Va. near Har- on Saturday evening, at 4 o,clock menu will ~consist of dressing, gravy, green lima and jellies and etc., md pie included all suppers are al- attended and the pro- for the Improvement lhe Church. Mr. Hardy are hoping that this be as well attended as ;ones have been. Jas. Bard of Thor were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. By- on Bolivar Heights. Lane of New York at the home of Mr. Carl ~I" Eackles is visiting rs. R. L. Edwards in Mrs. John Heafer have after visiting re- in Tennessee Frank Abrecht of the parents of twin Charle.n Turin Gen- oa Saturday. There are four olher children in the family. Mrs. Abrecbt is the for- mer Myrlle Dailey of Bolivar. Sunday visilors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gi'anviile Dinkle were Mrs. l=trry Eyster and son Larry .h'. of l)over, Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfus Rudissil, Mrs. Beu lab Slunlbaugh of York, Pa. Mr. Allen Dinkle ot' Brunswick, Md. and Mrs. Allen Ring and lwo sons of Kearneysville, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Breeden and family who have been living in the Oram property on Zerger St., Bolivar for the past year have moved to the heine of Mrs. Breed ens parents Mr. and Mrs. Theod- ore ttolmes on Gilbert Street. The zoning meeting held in the auditorium of the Elementary School on last Thursday evening was very largely attended in fact standing room was hardly avail- able. The situation was discussed from both sides we understand Free from Dishwashing Drudgery With a dishwasher that fits your needs.., ask your dealer to help You pick the one for your home: PORTABLE MODELS CONVERTIBLE MODELS BUILT-IN MODELS Stop by today, at your electric Doctors Of Panhandle Present Check To Hurses' Fund A check for $100 from the East ern Panhandle Medical Society was presented to the drive for and another meeting is being funds which the American Nur- held on Monday night of this ses Foundation, Inc., now has week. underway by the Eastern Panhan Death of Mr. Edwards die Medical Society Wednesday Mr. Joseph Elbert Edwards, 79, night, April 12 at a meeting held at the Shenandoah IIotel in Mar- tinsburg. And in the above pic- ture Mrs. Edna Stigers, R. N. (above) is shown being present- ed the check by Dr: Jules F. Lan glet, president of the Society. Standing next to Mrs. Stigers and watching the presentation are died at his farm home in nearby Loudoun County, Va. near Neers- Sunday visitors at the home of recent weekend in Richmond, Va. villa, Va. on Sunday morning, Ap- Mrs. J. L. Eackles on last Sunday ril 23 after a long illness. He was were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eackles a son of the lale Mahlon Edwards and family of Fredericksburg, Va. and Virginia Riley Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman was born in Loudoun County and and family of Shepherdstown, W. spent his entire life there. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eackles Survivors are his wife, Mrs. and son Donald of Front Royal, Bertha Payne Edwards and one Va. brother Robert L. Edwards, both Dinner For Band Members of Loudoun County. The body The "Harpers Ferry District rested at the Eackles Funeral High School Band Parents Assoc Chapel until Tuesday when it was iation had its annual dinner for removed to the Ebeneezer Church Band Members at the High School (Methodist) in Virginia, from on Saturday night, AtJril 15. where the funeral was held at 2 Guests were members of the o'clock p. m. with the Rev. Rob- Board of Education, their wives el"t Garner and the Rev. Lloyd and Supt. of the Schools T. A. Massey officiating. Burial was Lowery. lnade in the Ebeneezr Cemetery The Rev. John E. Wright, Jr. gave the Invocation. Supt. Carl Auvil presented Prof. Clarence C. Arms, band director at the H. F. School for the past eight years with a traveling case shirt and tie. Prof. Arms is retiring at the close of this school year. Following the dinner he gave an interesting talk touching on interesting incidents occurring during his eight years and mentioned other events oc- curring during his teaching ca- reer. New officers for the coming year were elected at the meeting of the Harpers Ferry District Par eat Teachers Association. They were as follows: President Donald Bowden, vice president; Mrs, Granville Longerbeaml secretary, i Mrs. Thomas MeIltler; treasurer, Mrs. Willard Moler. A new exeeut ive committee has been elected. Standing committees will be ap- pointed later. Following the elec- tion a question and answer period was conducted by Mr. Wm. Spick ler program chairman. Sandwich- es, coffee, nuts and potato chips were served in the cafeteria at the elementary school. The next meeting will be held in the local high school in May. Mr. Charles Riley of Harpers Ferry spent his recent eightieth at the home of Mr. and Mr::. Mer le Brown and daughters. Mr. Brown was a former resident of Harpers Ferry where he attended ttarpers Ferry District ttigh School and was a member of the Bolivar Methodist Church. The Friendship Fire Company was called to the home of Benny Morgan in Bolivar a few days ago to extinguish a chinmey fire. Mrs. Sarah Savery of Kennett,~ Square, Pa. near Wilmington, Del. returned to this area a week ago after spending .the winter months in California. She spent last week at Cliffside oMtel. Her father was a well known business man of Harpers Ferry where he once owped a Pulp Mill. Mrs. C. E. Dudrow returned home on Saturday from Nauga- tuck, Conn. where she had spent the winter nmnths with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dudrow. Her son brought her home by automobile and left for his return trip to Naugatuek at an early hour on Sunday mor ! ning. Mrs. Thayer Home Mrs. Norman T. Thayer return ed home about ten days ago after an absence from her home since August 8, 1960. She accompanied her son Commander Harry Gra. ves and a 12 year old grandson Pat Graves on an eight day travel- ing trip across the country to San tigo, Calif. and during the trip they visited many points of in- terest including Disney Land. Mrs. Graves and their two younger children made the trip to Santiago by plane and spent nearly two weeks with her mother before being joined by her hus- band, his mother and their son. Leaving Santiago by ship on Aug- ust 24 for Honolulu they arrived there on Aug. 29 aboard the Gen eral George Sultan, carrying 2000 .passengers including 1500 Mar- mes enroute to Okinawa. The ship was met in Honolulu by a very large crowd of people who greeted the passenger warmly. The weather was .very hot, Mrs. Thayer ,tells us. Com. Graves is scheduled to spend three years in Barbars Pt. near Honululu. Mrs. Thayer returned by Pan American Plane leaving Honululu on Wednesday, April 3 arriving in Baltimore, Md. on Thursday morning and at her home in Har- pers Ferry on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Smith and family of Alexandria, Va. spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Smiths parents Mr. and Mrs. Mill er Webb. birthday at the home of his son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt of Bolivar. We under-. Mrs. C. C. Johnson has been stand there may be an improve-[very much indisposed at her the playgrounds atthe I home suffering from a severe local elementary School since the IcO~iss Estell Gibso~n is a patient meeting of committees from Har- pers Ferry Womans Club and the ] in Charles Town General Hospital Lions Club, Supt. of Schools T. A. ' and is improving after being Lowery and Board members Mess quite ill. Mrs. Frances Fulk, R. N., captain of the fund drive in Berkeley County and Dr. Russell F. Evans of Martinsburg, co-chairman for the drive for lhe Fannie Welsh District 6, West Virginia Nurses Association. Mrs. Sligers is head- ing up tim drive in .lefferson County. Mr. and Mrs. ,Joe IIough and tIoughie, Sherry and Bobby and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cain went' on a pienic to Harpers Ferry on Sun day. Mrs. Toni DeHaven and son Graichen yisited Mr. Elwood Plot ner who is in the Winehester Me morial ttospital on Thursday. El- wood is doing very well. M. Y. F. Meeting The M. Y. F. met Sunday night at the Methodist Church. The SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATe', SECTION C THURSDAY, APRIl: 27, 196t les Town ,lr. ttigh on Monday af- let' being on lhe sick list last week. Mrs. Alber! Butler of near Mar tinsburg and Mrs. Paul Pierce of Marlinsburg were Salurday after- noon callers at Mr. and Mrs. Earl llarler's. \ MARY CARTER PAINT CO. MORE THAN S00 STORES, COAST TO COAST MORE THAN 500 STORES, COAST TO COAST 404 West King Street, Martinsburg :~:::::::7 Parkwoo~ ~-Door 9-Passenger Station Wagon-- of 31 people-pleasing models at your Chevrolet dealer's. / POTOMAC LIGHT POWER CO. AND adjoining the Church. Collect Paper May 4 The W. S. C. S. have announced that they will collect paper on Thursday, May 4. Those contribu- ting paper are asked to have the newspapers separated from the magazines and in the yard baled or where it can be seen and pick ed up. This will be appreciated. Mr. Arthur Webb of Ranson spent Sunday evening at the home of his uncle Mr. G. E. Webb and family. ers. Shirley Hunt and Lowell Het zel. A scale model of the present grounds and the proposed im- provements were displayed by Mr. Archie Franzen architect of N. P. S. After the May meeting plans if any will be announced. Deferred From Last Week Mrs. Gail James who was the former Gail Kain of Harpers Fer ry spent Easter weekend in St. Louis, Missouri, with her husband Pfc. Robert L. James who is stat- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gruber gave their son Bobby a birthday din- ner on Sunday in honor of l-As ninth birthday. Guests present were Mr. George Gruber, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pierce, Tommy Johnson and Walter Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cave and daughter Glenda of Martinsburg were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harter. Mrs. Ran- dolph was a caller during the ev- ening at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Har- ter's. Mr. Ray Lewis of Martinsburg was a Sunday evening caller at Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. John- son's. Mr. and Mrs. Linden DeHaven of Cle~trbrook were Sunday din- ner guests of his mother Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Those who call later in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. William Orndorff of Charles Town, Mr. 'and Mrs. Lawrence De Haven and Kathy, Karl and Kur- big Wayne and Mr~ and Mrs. Or- ville DeHaven and Ronnie and Gall all of Sumlnit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Graver Dunlap and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Braith- waite were Tuesday night callers at Mr. and Mrs. Irvin E. More- land. W Imaginative production teehnique$ W Limited inventorie~--frequent delivcr~ ~t Low shipping cost via company trucks W No unneces.~i .ry middlemen, jobberll ~k Elimination of field warehousing ,/g Low-overhead merchandising Modest profit structure "A" Cash-and-carry r, alt~ uorantee, Good Housekeeping f ADV(RTISTO FREE CUSTOM TINTING Motch ony sh,lde, aoy botch perfectly - feet[ Dial AM 7-2521 toned at Fort Riley, Kansas. Pfc. James left for Washington State on April 15th for advanced train- ing and will return to Kansas in June. Mr. Thomas Rissler is quite ill and bedfast at his home. His many friends are hoping he will soon show much imProvement.. Visitors on last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wfiliam Trail were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilhide and daughter Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brown and three children of Hagerstown. Bake Sale April 22 Ladies of St. John Lutheran Church wil hold a Bake Sale at the Hall of the Friendship Fire Company on Saturday, April 22, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. The usual array of home prepared foods will be on hand. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Kain of Har pers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Ed mund Smallwo0d and daughter Kandy of Charles Town spent a ing last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Filler of Lovettsville, Va. were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butts on Sunday. By Patsy Zombro .-----.----. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harter, Mrs. Stanley W. Zombro of Kearneysville and Mr. John Bradley of Charles Town motor- ed to Falls Church; Va. to call upon Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Zombro; Mr. Zombro is doing very well since his operation. Mrs. Lewis Light and daughter Mary Louise were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. John- son on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin E. Morelarid and daughter Mary Ann were Fri- day night supper guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Roland Moreland of Ran son. | (and that's the car more. people am buying / ) There's no ike one of these Jet-smooth Chevrolets to fit into you~'~summer travel plans. They're, built to take r1~.x:-. ,, ,, , long trips in stride--from the special brand of glt they ve got under the hood (choose from 26 engine-transmis- sion hookups lesigned to please the most persnickety driving foot) to the cave-sized totin' area in the rear (the tailgate opening on that wagon measures nearly 5 feet across). And every gentle riding Jet-smooth See all the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop 8h,oppinO Center WEST WASHINGTON STREET f CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. PHONE 42 I III II I _ I 1 I I a new II I I II II model brings you Body by Fisher features you won't find in any other car in Chevrolet's field--wide stroke parallel action windshield wipers, convenient crank-operated ventipanes, one keythat fits all locks. No wondermore people are buying Chevrolets than any other make! And right now-with things brightening up all over the land-- you couldn't pick a better time to drop in and check the beautiful buys that are laasoming out at your dealer's. ~'4~ Garnet Shipley in Martinsburg. Also present was his son Charles W. Riley and family of Silver Spring, Md. and another daugh- .ter Mrs. Kenneth W. Brown and family of Falls Church, Va. The guest of honor was presented with eighty silver dollars. Bake Sale April 29 The P. T. A: of Harpers Ferry Schools will hold a Bake Sale at the Western Auto Store in Char- les Town on Saturday morning, April 29 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. Local persons wishing to purchase anything will please con tact Mrs. Harry Crock or Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Nason, nat- ives of Harpers Ferray have re- turned to their home after spend- ing several months in Albuquer- que, New Mexico, where Mr. Nas- on was teaching school but his health failed after teachiftg for a short time forcing him to discon- ue the work. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rice, the former a teacher in the local high School had been living in the Nason property but moved to a cottage on Bolivar Hights dur meeting began around 7:30 p. In. Had Birthday Dinner A. C. ttalvoSa' spent Saturday in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Paul Ring and Teresa and Denise spent Saturday with l-mr mother Mrs. Lee Brown of Char. les Town. On The Sick last Mr. Graichen Detiaven and Wil liam (Bob) White Grantham Jr. are on the sick list this week. !.tackle Gruber returned to Char- EXTRA COST 2nd CAN The M. Y. F. will meet Sunday Inight, ;~pril 30, 1961 at the Meth- odist Church beginning around 7:30 p. m. Conm all of you nlenl- hers and have a p( rfi ct attenilan- ('e. Advertise" In-Th~Advoeate GO TO CHURCH NUNDA~ M$C. $8911 ~al.