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i? L L liners daughter Patricia back to !Charles Kackley from Berryville, Madison College after a weekend Va. visit with her parents. Holy Communion Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Str0snider Rev. Temple Wheeler will deliv /-L.--]~ _ . of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. er Holy Communion Service at St. g io 'o2 us an2ofla ; ida Costello and family were din John's Episcopal Church Rippon Va~'~e"'~ ".":: ...... ~.~." ner guests Sunday of the formers Sunday, May 7 at 9:30 DST Sun- ,g at thre hV2~r:f ~r" nephew and neice, Mr. and Mrs. Iday school will be held at'10:30 -:, !- " . NelSon Boyd at their home "Beal- DST. ~z.~on Muse an~ sons. lair" near Halltown. Saturday visitors at the home ~lam Str~kler and Mrs. Mrs. Donald Frye and Mrs. Ait-I of Mi'. and MrS. Robert Anders eir of ~erryville, va. on Muse shopped in Martinsburg [were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth An- ~dlaY afternoon with Mr. Saturday afternoon. ]ders and family ot lianson, Mr. t~:lmer w.ngn~ .and ivir. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton of land Mrs. Randolph Anders and ~le~r, ~r. ~tmcmer re Charles Town were visitors Mon-I family of Charles Town. ~_ eu to ms nome after day evening at the home of Mr. [ Mr. Paul D. Chapman and Mr. ~verai clays wire his and Mrs Nathaniel Gray. Visit-]Warren LaRue attended the East Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. ing them Sunday afternoon were ~ern Convocation meeting for ~rT~ght was v~s,ting Mr. and Mrs. George Penner and I churchmen Saturday, April. 29th ~L-y..'/--L~ ~;,~ ........ son ~ary of Hagerstown, Md., Mr. [at Trinity Episcopal Church Mar- '~y ~vloum, r~ t~ an Mrs D " " .... , . d . avid Penwell and fam~tmsburg. ~CAboy, U S Navy stat ily of Halltown. ~ Mr and Mrs Woodrow Adams Norfolk, ~'a." spent the Mrs. Alec Costello was admit-['and children Debbie and Frank- Zdth his parents Mr and ted to the Charles Town General [lin visited on Sunday afternoon ~hall McAboy " i Hospital Thursday and on Friday/at the home of Mr and Mrs Char sun Bowers of Charles 'morning underwent gall bladder ~les Orndorff of wi~ite Hall,'Va. surgei'y At this writing sne is re- : rnpanled by his smter . ......... [Birthday Party ia ' covering saus~acmruy anu tne . ,m Hoak of Halltown best-f-et .... " "-i~" ....... *~--~ ~ Donna Sue Harrmg celebrated ,- sonbu g, Va" ; *- [her second birthday wRh a party vening taking the for- I ........ . ] on Saturday afternoon given her I Mrs. Bill Bowers ann son Ste-tb .... , ...... , ...... '~ ~"r . ~/ IIUI" lllOtIl~l~ II~. JJUII~IU ~Id " ,__ phen of Charles.Town .v,~ted the/ring at their home in Winchester l='l[~l~rmlr~lr i iormers sister lyllSS J~lsle ~owarus |Va Among other guests Mrs Sunday afternoon kI III|AI I ]Charles Adams and children Mar U I r l, IIIl I Miss Jennifer Gray was an over/tha and Chuckle, Mrs. Woodrow |,J~ I[ V I nig_ht guest S~urday of Mr. and ]Adams' and children Debbie and l~v~rs. James ~me ann iamny [Franklin were mere to nelp Don I1'. 9rTT I near Shenandoah Junction. |na sue to celebrate her birthday. .~~ |~I~'~T ~ Mrs, Winerd Bowers visited |Birthday Dinner Mrs Norman Rider Tuesday af J'~ ~[JV [... . .- !i . i. ~: | Birthday dinner given in honor ~,, U [ternoon .at me name ,or Mr. ann ]of Mr Robert Leake of Charles ~ ~ J l lvlrs, william ~line in Charms ~Town-nd Mast-r ~ra-'ne Stucke-" IIaONl~aTn ITOwn. Mrs. Rider is recuperating/of Martinsburff V~' ~/a Friends Jt$~J.{~U~ [~rom a recent operation and has [and relatives ~resent were Mrs .~_~ , _ ]been spending several Weeks with |~h~,, ~t~o "~ ~**~ Hill" :aintYg~h~:kriLhU' ;el:tI hecrtiSgn ~tnlawt:n: da~ght%o~e/TMi~n?~CYaD~n ?:mhaer~: With l~rush or roller " sometime this week. " " . Mar ]D t" of I" ,, _ Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey. from - ,aPatterlikeordinary [ ea n ~rs. ~oya tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Io priming or stir- [ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd re- Leake and son Bobby, Miss Bes- o ,-o .... ] ..... , Iceiveo word of the death of their sie Leake from Berryville, Va., --.~.~,=?,,-,~v. [grandmother Mrs. Rosa Boyd of Mr Harry Heskett, Mr and Mrs. use ~n 3o mmu~e.q h S " -- " " -. I C arle Town who passed away Jesse C. Chapman from R~ppon, ]April 25 in the Charles Town Gen Miss Lolla C-astle from Hagers- feral Hospital where she had been town, Md. |a patient for nearly a month. She Mr Kenneth Chamblin and l was ninety sixyears of age. Ser- Miss'Shirley Mercer from Berry- ~==~-~- . ~vlces were conauc~ea uamraay a~- """~ - ":-~ v~^:*.... * "~-- home of I ternoon at two o'clock in the Mel- w~e w~:~,t~^~ ~:~ .... vm T. Strider Colonial Funeral Saturday ~~;i~mm I Home in Ranson with interment " . . l in Edge Hill Cemetery Janice and Sanura Wiley spem ~~ [ Dinner guests Sunday .f Mr~ Saturday mght at the home o I Nath""iel '~:-" T~"\-~'n ~":~;~:: their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. ~~:~ I were~'Mrs "~.l~)s~enh"" Ra'nali]"~nd Robert Whitmore and family of ~~ ]three chi-l-clren--M'arilll--J-o-i-/div]an Charles Town. ]and Joey of Millville and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus ~~ ]Marta Grimes of Charles Town Jr" visied in Berryville, Va. on ................ i I Miss Debra Lee Grimes spent the Sunday at the home of Mrs..N c ~~:i.'~ I dav with her uncle and aunt Mi- ouemus oromer-m-law ann sister ~ii] and Mrs. Charles Gray and daugh. Mr..and Mrs...James S .pes. ,. ~~:i:t ters tvttss Amena hopKinS, mrs. ~~ I Mrs. David Bowers is able to be Stealth Briscoe, Miss Lucy Am- [ ~vat.t. PAre1"7 out after beine on the sick list bier, Mrs. Robert Barton were several days th]'S week-wRh acu-te gue.stfl, of Miss Eli beth M. Smith tonsilities lane lvirs. ooer$ bmith Jr. on I|r]I ~_~ .... an interesting drive through Ap JJ ][ ~J ~ I I~ h I~ kI ple Orchards of Jefferson County --=== KIV F II N ~ ,on Thursday, [NT , e, v I Robert R. Smith III f 0m VPI and w~to MRS. A~I~ I~~US Blac1~sl~, W'a., Miss Ann Smith . ~ from Arlington, Va., Miss Lou- Woodwork- Vacation In Florida , isa Smith from Washington, D. ;heen Enamel Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson of C. spent-this past weeknd with ~_ ' ..... Hyattsville, Md. vacationed in Flu Mr and Mrs Robert R Smith Jr aemonslrat]on on IV! rida for a week. On returning at "their home "Silver'Spring". " SUPPLY 17 Town,, W. Va. home they spent the past week at Elizabeth R. Smith attended a Mrs. Wilsons parents Mr. and birthday luncheon on Saturday af Mrs. Robert Anders. ternoon in honor of Ann Dillard Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue from Millwood, Va. Birthday. Af- were hosts at a family dinner ter the luncheon the group attend held at their home on Sunday. ed the movies at the Opera House Those present were Mr. and Mrs. in Berryville, Va, 'Laurence Kackley and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams at from Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. tended the Apple Blossom Jam- Denzil Kackley and Mr. and Mrs. boree Western Style Square Dan- ce at the Lee Jackson Restaurant in Winuchester, Va. Queen Shen- andoah Katherine Creech paid a brief visit at the Lee Jackson Restaurant. Mr. Harry Heskett has built a O A ( ARA6 new porch which was tore down a few months back by a car where Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. live. It has made very much im- provement in the house. WINTER DOES 5.I 01, DEAR. Yes, .we do carry Attractive, Ver- satile, Corregated Filon Panels.' They're I d e a I for Patio Roofs, : Carports, Wind- Shields, Room Di- viders and False Ceilings. They're easy to handle, easy to cut. Orde yours today.. Only 45c per sq. ft. Protect your car with an attractive carport that will look as though it came with the house. We'll help you plan it and supply all your qual- itymaterials. See us this week. TOWN, W(ff VIROINiA ( The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town, Monday, May 1, 1961. .~ Receipts of hogs and cattle mod icrate with a good demand for all Catle and hogs on sale. Feature of sale was prime veal top $37.75; hogs top $17.80. Choice butcher steers none; god butcher steers 22:00 to 23.50 plain to medium sters 18.50 to 21. 00; choice butcher heifers r~one; good butcher heifers 21.00 to 22.- 00; plain to medium heifers 16.00 to 20.00; good bulls 20.00 to 21.00; plain to medium bulls 18.00 to 19. 00; commercial cows 17.00 to 18.- 00; utility cows 16.50 to 17.50; canners and cutters 16.00 down; co%s by the head up to 230.00; stacker and feedei- steers up to 30.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up ,to 150.00; Choice to prime calves 35.00 to 37.75; good bi~tclier calves 30.00 to 34.00; medium butcher calves 25.. 00 to 29.00; thin calves 24.00 down heavy calves 20.00 to 32.00; Spring lambs ungraded up to 24.00; lambs wool on up to 19.50; butcher ewes shorn up to 7.00; stock ewes per head none; Good btltcher hogs 17.49 t6 17.- 80; medium butcher hogs 16.75 to 17.25; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 to 17.25; butcher sows 12.00 to 15.00; heavy feeders and light but cher hogs 16.50 to 20.00; shoats per huhdred 33.00 down; pigs per head 15.00 down; heavy boars 11.~ 00 fo 12.00; stags none; Sows and pigs up to 60.00; stock boars 12.00 to 16.00. * SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v r.u ADOCATB THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1961 5---k Everyone likes to read the ber of boxes!! If anyone doubts newS items of their neighborhood the honesiy of the public..this is I wish they would give me the concrete evidence of the error in news report every week. It would their thinking. make the Column moire interest. , ing to all readers. For we all en- /%~,m~ kJ..~ j~&~ jtty our Spirit of Jefferson-AdVoc.--IJ~lll~ 13 I'1~'11 bell 1~31~'M ate and look forward for it every ~.. p....j._ II ..... J week. , fur b411T lll IRAIr (Editor s Note: Thank you Mrs. #, AmbrOse). ~ on noay , Two Jefferson county men tnanae lmxes in were apprehended Sunday by i ~ ..... Earl A. Kidwell, Sefferson County ~nk 0[ ~rl{~ ]~ conservation officer and charged __ _ -"- ".~- "" .... with carrying an uncased gun on ~hflttl Pl~fl~]~ ~ |/tc~ Sunday. And at hearings before ,....... , ,v,,.~ .,v, --va, a JUstice of the Peace Merle Alger Two weeks ago the Bank of Char they were fined $20 and costs. les Town put Change boxes on wri Kidwell said he arrested Harold t ng desks in the lobby so that Everett, Charles Town Negro man customers coming into the Bank while he was hunting ground to makl~ change for parking met- hogs near Charles Town, while ers would be able to immediately Robert Jenkins of the Franklin. Installation Of recently elected officers featured a joint meeting of the Vetermns of Foreign Wars get that change. Sometimes all town section of the county was Post No. 3522 of Charles Town, with the Auxiliary of the Post held at the Post Home April 11 aad Windows are busy and patrons nabbed while hunting in that see- the above picture shows the principal figures in the installation ceremony for the Post officers, had to wait for a minute or two to tion. Jenkins was using a shot They are as shown above, first row, left to right:---William W. Whittington, ~t past commander of the make parking meter change. The gun and Everett a rifle. post; Harold Welker, past district commander: Leighton Welsh, senior vice-commander; Daniel L. Smallwood, new Post Commander; M. Wiley, junior vice-commander; J. Currie, quartermaster; Kenny change boxes. completely elimin- Kidwell issued the warning this Sager, past Post Commander. Second row, left to right:--R. Jette, guard; Charles Dodson, of the ate that possloie uelay, week that it is a violation of the house committee; A. Cain, surgeon; L. Trusseli, adjutant; Kenny Anders, house committee; H. Hill, However, the interesting part law to shoot across or along a officer of the day; and C. Grey, chaplain. ' of the story is that after two highway or to carry an uncased weeks of operation the boxes-in- gun on Sunday. He also stated Ii FNGLF stead of losing money as some to hunt groundhogs, a person LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . , persons suggested they might--- must have the same hunting licen have gained 23c more than the or se as for hunting any other ant- HARPERS FERRY AHD BOLIVAR I AmbrOSewilliam iginal am6unt placed in them. In malorgame. view of that situation the bank is Bf~rn h~r.--~nd Mrs considering increasing the num- Adve~ise in The S~rit-Ad~mte r E G' t in T e "Charles Town Hos- By M s. G. . Webb Telephone 2492 tl .......... pltal aay zna a Ilne oaoy Day. - -- -- -- = _ : ' This ise their third child, the RE tB twod htr other two are glrls WE F[ffU Bridal Shower A olivar Church aug e s and a son by h for~ .. _ .. ' j . _ lvlr ann lvirs oennmgs Avey A miscellaneous bridal shower mer marriage. The deceased was _ ~ i.. ....... ann son arunsourg v sltea was given at Bolivar Methodist a native of Elkins, W. Va. before , ....... Mr ancl Mrs Marvin tireeaen anc( GRFAT Church on Wednesday evening, coming to Harpers Ferry-Bolivar. .... " tamuy ~unoay April 26 sponsored by the Golden The body rested at Jones Fun- I M~ss Beck " Rule Class with Mrs. C. E. Gar- eral 4-Iome in Stephens City until " y Stumbaugh of Char ten as teacher in honor of Miss Monday when it was removed to les Town spent the weekend with Patricia Rockenbaugh a member i the First Baptist Church from Miss Joyce Gageby. of the class and a graduate of Har,where funeral services were held I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirby pers Ferry District High School at one o clock. The body was sent land three daughters of Halltown and a freshman in Shepherd Col-to Springfield, Me. for burial. | visited Mr. andMrs. WilliamGifft TELEVISI--ON AND RADIO lege whose marriage to Mr. Dud l Mrs. Lillian Edwards of Char-[and family'~unday. ley Kidwiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. les Town spent Thursday with [ Mr. Oscar Breeden of Martins- Franklin Kidwiler of Bakerton, LMrS. Nellie Reek. [burg visited Mr. and Mrs Mar- Jefferson County will take place l W.E. (Pete) Walker of near [vin Breeden and family Monday. in the near future. I Harpers Ferry was presented thee Mr. and Mrs. John Fraley and And we Have ALL the Very Latest Sets The guest of honor is the oldest ' Outstanding Young Farmer of Jfamily of Shepherdstown spent daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William the Year Award by Jefferson ]Sunday with Mr. Oscar Cogle. " and Designs, Colors, Also if ~ou desire a D. Rockenbaugh of Bolivar where County Jaycees at a dinner held ] Mr. Herbert Engle who sold his COLOR TV SET... she was born and has spent her in Charles Town on Wednesday E farm recently is having a small entire life. night. !house built on a couple acres he , kept He has hved alone for many T About sixty relatives and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Curren of l " FEA URING THE LARGEST years friends were present and the af- Washington, D. C. were recent t .. ........ ivlr anu mrs uawa uageoy anu fair was a complete surprise to visitors at the home of Mr. and[ Selection of Appliances, Radios, Televisions and baby of near Charles Town anu the bride to be. She was told that Mrs. Byron Webb on Bolivar Hei- ] ........ . ~vt~ss ~anura r~ye o~ near tteeuson It was a stork shower m honor ghts. I .. Other Household Needs in the Eastern Pan- a fit rusted Mr and Mrs Dave Gageby of a friend and went with g". The annual Mayfect at Hilltop[ n handle. ~o present to the supposed gues~ House, Harpers Ferrv has been l" .. ~ ..... -,,,~a ,,,s .... - . - ~wiss tseverly Bragg of Washing of honor, announced for Friday and Sunday I ton sneW the ~t.~,a . ;+~, ,,,~ WE SERVICE ALL APPLIANCES Members of the Sunday School May 1244 Reservations may be l .... e ~.. _7~--,;- ,,,~, .... ' . parents Mr anu Mrs Jonn ~ragg class with the assistance of their made by writing the Hflltopl Miss Dorrene ~-~-e~, -~ w~o~" AND ALSO R.:C. A. COLOR TELEVISION. teacher presented a mock wed- House. I:--t ......... ~'~2 ::~'-Y2~'-~]-'~: din.g which wa~:hiIa.rious in its The A~t Dept. of the Harpers[he~ p'arenPts'~Ir:'an~l~irs~.'~eor';e ~ "'~' :::'~,'* enuret.y: inose paruc~paung were Ferry DiStrict Womans Club who |Gageby and brother Glenn. Visit Our Big Store Today. ~n,e _~r]oe~A~l]ss ,~an~.rao,~OcKen- opened, a Shop on Cliff Street i WSCS Meeting -o-s ....... ~, ...... s .... ,,-, .... ,; near Jonn ~rown s u ore on ,~prn I The WSCS of The Uvilla Meth or;. groom,~sancyOtt/omo~aer, ot 22 are getting.alon,g, very well we Iodist Church held their monthly .' " meeting Tuesday night at the the bride, Barbara Potts, brides- named "The Camp Hill Shop". l homo of Mrs. Minnie Albin in maids June Lee Webb and Mar Miss Nell Murphy of Pittsburg, ~Shepherdstown. Everyone enjoy. lyn Jones; usher, Mary Louise Corner South Charles and West Washington Sts, Pa. former resident of Harpers ed the meeting and the nice re- Jones, best man, Laureda Webh, Ferry has been hospitalized in a f~eshments that Mrs. Albin ser- PHONE 202 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, wedding music was played by Car olyn Oden. Singers were Marilyn Eaton and Laverne Harrison. Jongs used were "Running Bear", Young Love", "Farmer in the Dell", "Band of Gold" and "See- ing Nellie Home". The marriage ceremony was read from a Farm Journal. After the ceremony the many beautiful gifts were opened by the prospective bride and groom and were admired by all )resent. Fruit punch, cake, mints and nuts were served by Mrs. Garten and the members of her class of ~irls. ~tork Shower Mrs. Thelma Courtney was ;nest of honor at a Stork Shower aeld Monday evening, April 24, mm of Mrs. Elio Vecelliss on Un- 'on St., Bolivar. All present en- .~yed games supervised by Mrs. luby" Scott with Mrs. Mary ;taubs, Mrs. Evelyn James, Miss Paula Courtney and Carolyn lames taking the prizes. Mrs. 3uddy Pope received the door )rize. Decorations were ,carried ~ut in pink and blue and beauti- 'ul flowers. Guests present were Irs. D. M. Hughes, wife of Rev. tughes of Bolivar Heights, Mrs. :tosie Ahalt, Mrs. Shirley McKee 2harles Town, Mrs. Donald Court hey of Berryville, Va. and others :rom out of town and local were /Irs. George Mellott, Mrs. Rosa ~'ourtney, Mrs. Myrtle McAboy, Irs. Ruby Scott, Mrs. Ella Paint- ,r, Mrs. Buddy Pope, Mrs. Evelyn lames, Mrs. Blanche Jones, Mrs. vranklin James, Patsy, Nancy and 3arolyn James, Mrs. Paul Staubs, Irs. Mary Painter~, Mrs. Dorothy ?attersall and daughters Nancy md Sarah, Mrs. Mabel Kenny, ~/Irs. Mamie Alger, Mrs. Betty Waters, Mrs. Stella Turner, Miss Linda Mel~ot, Mrs. Mary Staubs, Melody Staubs, Hazel and Mary Linda Vecellio. Mrs. Courtney re. many lovely gifts. Delic- ious refreshments were served. Those who sent gifts but could not be present were Mrs. B. Lem- en, Mrs. Win. Reed, Mrs. Sherry Mellott, Mrs. Grover Mellott, Mrs. Floyd Simmons, Mrs. Wanda Butts and Mrs. Mary Lilla. Death of Dr. Moore Folks throughout this area have learned of the death of Dr. S. G. Moore, aged about 83 years who died at his home in Stephen City on Friday night after being very much indisposed for quite some time. Dr. Moore practiced medicine in the Bolivar-Harpers Ferry area for about six years. He and Mrs. Moore moving to Ste phen City possibly sixteen years ago. Survivors are his widow and Pittsburg Hospital where she un- ved. There was a good attendfince. derwent surgery Likes The News DOLLAR- STRTCHERg I=OR COMPARE AND HOW MUCH MORE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS LADIES BLOUSES Regular 98e Styles in New Spring and Sum- mer Numbers. NYLON HOSE Regular 59e First Qual- ity Seam Nylons. Sold only by the box of 3. Pair $ .00 tAPl RI ER SWEATERS Regular $2,98 Short Sleeve Slipovers of Banl $ .99 MB,IS SUITS FLIP FLOP SANDALS Girl's" and Ladies Sizes in Popuar Thongs that sold for 49c last year. C CHILDREN'S SHOES Clearance of Scamperoo and Poll Parrot Styles that were to $6.95 ,98 JAMA A Regular 98e Styles in Misses and Ladies Sizes. CURTAINS Two Panel Rayon Marquisette Curtains. Regular $1.49. $ .00 I ii ii Ill TENNIS SHOES Goodyear Goldseal Oxfords for Children or Ladies. $ .98 THROW RUGS Popular Chenille Thr ,-wn Rugs--Ideal For Any R om. TOWELS 20 x 40 Bath Size Towels That Regularly Sell For 39e each. for $, .00 ! ~i~i