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iMECHANICSTOWN ~r. Glenn Viands who has been ~training at Fort Jackson, S. C., ~ae home on Saturday afternoon a fifteen-day leave with his ~rents, Mr and Mrs. Lester T. ~s in i~'omney When he re- ~She goes to "Fort Eustis in LP~'~i~ia. Glenn and his dad ~t Saturday night and Sunday ~m the letter's mother Mrs. Ju- ~Viands while Mrs. L. Viands son Jackie spent the time ~th her mother, Mrs. Ada Jack- FORT DRIVE. IN IL ,,PERS FERRY, W. VA. ~._PHONE 535-2212 PQ~rS..Fri. May 5-6 Nick Adams As "Young Dillinger" ALSO error in the Oty" 0eking Story of Today's Society IATURDAY ONLY MAY 7 RoD' Calhoun .-- In nger On The Trigger" IN COLOR -- ALSO [t e Human Duvlicators" ~..~lor with George Nader ~tlL-Mon. May 8.9 ~ Jerry Lewis ~ In e Family Jewels" ~o~._or -- Plus Cartoons ~SDAY ONLY MAY 10 | All Autos With Fort Bumper LStrip Admitted F-R-E.E! l oy Ten Feet Tall" |~ ~olor with Ed G. Robinson Mr. . Clemantine Airs, of Ster-l lin~, Va., and little grandson,! Gregory Viands of Kearneysville, I spent Wednesday with Gregory'sI grandmother, Mrs. ,Julia Viands ] Mr. Garland Henry attended'~,[ church meeting on Thursday ] night a tthe Methodist Church at] Leetown. [ Mr. Russell Delauder, of Lee-[ {own, ancl Mrs Frances Bradley, ] I of Charles Town, were Wednes-[ day evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. ] Mr. Marvin Smallwood has been / on a ten-day vacation from the] the Newton Baker Hospital where [ he is emph)yed. ] Mr. and Mrs. Garland ttenry] were at Mr. and Mrs. Odis James'] in Ranson on Wednesday night.] They have not as yet moved into] their new home. ] Mrs. Lewis Rissler remains a i patient in the Winchester Hospi- tal where she underwent surgery the past week. The girls and Lew- is were up to see her on Saturday and Sunday and found her get- ting along quite good. Lewis went RANSON, W. VA. Fri..Sat. May 6-7 The Avenger Who Scourged All E! Dorado! "MURIETA!" In Color with Jeff Hunter SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "LAD, A DOG" IN COLOR Admission --- An Empty Six.Pack of Coca.Cola Bottles or 25c Sum-Mon.-Tues. May 8-9-10 "THE WAR LORD" IN COLOR Charlton Heston . Richard Boone Wed.-Thurs. May 11-12 Ann Margaret. Van Heflin "ONCE A THIEF" I Illll WAITEPdS -- WAITRESSES (FULL or PART TIME) $75 to $115 Weekly - $25 to $40 Weekend,s ASSISTANT MANAGER FOR TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT Soon To Open In Harpers Ferry -- Mate or Female COOKS For Hilltop House And Towne House Restaurant COUNTER MAN For Coffee Mill Restaurant -- In Harpers Ferry NIGHT CLERK At Hilltop House In Harpers Ferry -- Hours: 11-7 Cal For Appointment: Itt HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-6321 May 5-2t- / TO THE I tLbUring the last 6 years I have endeavored to improve ! :qe Schools of our County, by a more comprehensive 1 vg, ram in courses offered. Better and more economic- 1 g operated school buildings, and a more realistic salary :l **,% Our teachers; in as much as our budget and tax l * r eture would allow. I Pledge To The Voters Of This County This Continued Interest In Our Boys And Girls If Re-Elected. tlWish To Take This Opportunity To Solicit Your Pport In The Election On MAY 10. week for a check.up on his been among tho, e affected. The Kelison, Marcia Webb, Susan Men hold annual Field Da.v on Sat. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AT)VOC, Aq E eyes and they were just doing weather continues cold,rainy Izer, Tom Menlzer Jr Jeff Fow-[urdav May 7, from 10 A M. to ~UTTD~r~A~-a~t- .......' .......... .~ .. c~r ' I , ' "" ~ ,a ' ' " " " z .~t_ ztoa~,:~, ~zlI ;), l :1OI9 (:--:{ fire.. We wish Mrs. Rissler a fo~,~y and damp ~lcr, Don Menelee. L]za Fr, nzen, 12:30 P. M. This trad]tmna] event,I ................. speedy recovery and back home Rand-Rutheriord-oun-son-flTina Corzoni Missy Manuel Ric-}in which all the students will l ~ real soon, Mr an', Mrs Iarcus Ru herfor'd {kv Manuel' Ro'r nie Wilt hire {parlMpate, marks the climax of survey work in llarpers Ferry in erest of having the winners Mr:. Donald ttovermale and of "Bolivar spent a tJew days lasl:{ St"eve Brown, Mrs Watts Keith[the intense rivalry between the a n~l h~! said he.plans lj, work:up!and runner-ups in the charm re- uau ntel t~onna oI Leetown ,' " ' , . the rotonlac l~lver, ii Ine linG- vue " :* - , g ", , , week in Charles Town Hospital lWatts, Debbie Watts, and Joan/school s two mtermural learns, ]. ,, ......... , , . t s which the. schoo]s have held spent Saturday anti Sunday with due 1o head injuries sustained inlWmters Iflae Pests and the Rails All par-[ ~ng~)r!_,me.,ieas~u!W ~urvey a,e i i the past year, as (ontestants in ..... . " . . a ame Toe r eoeral Govern- . !us parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde a fall down a stairway at his home] The Camp Hill Methodist Chu-Ients and friends are eorchally m- , .... , ..... ............... , ! the beauty pageant It ]s hoped ~pearer.. m ~erKeley Springs. Randy who is 5 years ohl is ira-]rch ~s losing Rev Watts to a stu-]wted to attend. [ installatio- of - coun~ ..... ;a,~ ...... ~! that some 36 gwls will be wemg :vlrs t~euy roston anct uaugmer, ..... ~ " " ...... ~ ftw th "rs i' " " ........... proving and getting along mecly. [ dent minister in June. There are] ~ I fillrati,m ~wo,~,, ~r,,.~tm,,,~ ~,,~ I e h . t pr ze of $100 m cash. or. ~[~ocueway, spem bamruay, Mrs Raymond Wilt was a re-] many people who shall be very[ ~H,~^~ U|~^~ T,~ ~A~b I. .'-':. ":.= ....... .~ ..... ) ........... ~"! A fetal of f~ve cash prizes will wnn ~virs. t~onaia ,lovermam.o,,~ "~i,~,~ ~, x~'~oh'~,,, ~,~ ] sorr- ~- see them lhe -mih,~ ,~o1 IIMMIgl I|ll~'M /U lfl[Ul[ ] ~em m Je~zerson tonnly, i be awarded with second nrize Mr. anti ~hs. Melvin I!rxl.ti~ioria1 Hospital for surgery. Recent l The Future Business Leaders ell_ , , , I , , ........ l l)em'~; 850; third prize, $25; fourth spewer. ~aturctay e~..enmg with visitors at the Wilt home were|Harpers Ferry lligh School att-|[|n ~W~IIIO :~vl'em /lrl.%tata iK Illlh lprize $15 anti fifth prize $10. m t runsww!cK v.m, a:!u ' ende a Sta" Convent .... th ........ ...... ... .......... " ' -. "~ " Mr and Mrs John Mower of/ u te mn m .a -/ I ~ore ueta~s concermng tne ~uln~aya~ernoon w~m Irmnos m Cumberland, Md and Steve WiltIens, W. Va., over the three day{ tn~au Im P,nmlh, [ TA ,,,,,. ~,~,,,&,, I time nf the pa~geanL the contest- asl y ~4 " "'ir"~anti" Mrs William Dillow a senior at Shepherd College who I weekend. Mr. George T Gleason JMI YU~ Ill ~UUlll~ //U dt~lll~UI I~lgOUl][ [ahts anti the program in general were'in Frederick, Md on Satur is now doing his student teaching] and wife drove three members to J ....... sn ....... | _ . _ i will be announced later it was , " - , - / omz ~xu er, oetlerson uounty , day Their little da~,~,hter Tonda at South ttagerstown H~gh School] theConventmn. Those attendmg ........ [ hdv 1 I stated .......... ~,-- - , ,, ..... ,....._ .,,,., ~ .~. ..... .; ........ a,;... ~,~ ..... : surveyor oz laarpers terry, was/ * ~,,,w,. '~*JV v t " b~ houri on tho ielr li,:t Tbov llagel-~Lowll, IVlH. I tsze ,scctst~ wcze .~vxsaa ~'~o~lsa .... ] ~ ,, , took her to the doctor mWin- The Camp thll Methodist Youth[' "" "" ; ...... f "l hurch .................................... e " ~[md~v" ' lean Muma of Elm street m Boh- r cently razed by the R. W. Book-/ Plans are now bein ormu chester, Va., on Wednesday, She Fellowship held a surprise birth-I var, _:w iss acnaei .imoot of Harp er Associates, me.. consultant1 lated by the Tri-Stateg CitizensI Attend C ......................, ........ ... c.....~...~ ..... ,... m~.. i ers rerry tqKe ana Joan winters engineering lirm OI ;~ Louis, .~10 I Banders Club Inc to staoe a t nau a oatl sore ~rlroat LIII(| i1~21- 12al- uay ~,a,ty ,,,, t,,,=- ~,,o,,,, .,~,.. I " ~ " " " , has been infected. Warren Watts. The MYF party/~:re~a~e NBCA? Jean en- ~em;k:pae~ea:ibinl~;Y-wS~UdYefrl three'state area beauty pageant t ~.~ra~~ Sunday callers with Mrs. Julia was held on April 27, 1966, from] t , a typ" g ..... " .. .-'[as part of a big Jamboree to be[ ~ ~/~ o e r the rage system m aetterson ~ounty ~~,a Viands were Mr and Mrs tlarry7:30 p. m. until 9:30 p. m. Their/contest and J an rite ed " _ .| held at Shenandoah Downs race| I Shirley and family, of Midlleway, were approximately 20 MYF'ers] State FBLA spelling contest.The St: Louis firm was given} track, Sunday, July 3, from 12! __ .~-/~. Mr. David Gray and brother Gar- and guests at the party. A special1 ~ a contract oy toe Economic Deve-~ noon until dark, it was announc- ] ~ ~a.~ ~~ ry, of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs.guest was Mr. Robert Munck Mrs ! ~owhatan ~thool Will lopment Administration in the ted this week. [ ~E~t.,'~~ Albert Viands, of the Bloomery. Munck and their seven mont'h old i ! ~ amount of $35,000 to make the~ Gene ttaines, president of thel Mr. and Mrs. William Wood- son Danny. The Munck's are spe-~m ~ p, ** ~ ,, . ~ teasmmw s tuuy .and Kusner was[ Tri-State CB Club, said all high} ,~[l~.~l~l~ gwen a sun-contract D me St ward and children, of Bakerton, cial friends of, the pastor. 110111 rlel{! l aV 38TUrOav . y .| schools in the Tri-State area of/ ~[l'~J[ ~r'[ff~l~td/I were Sunday night visitors of Mr. Other MYF ers and friends, at ~ ~ Louis Firm. [ Maryland.. Virginia and ~e~tr s Vir-/ ~" ~ ~ "'1~~'m and Mrs. Harry Ashby and grand-the party were as follows: Mike Powhatan School, in Boyce, will Kusner has already started the gin|a, have been contacted in the~ ~ ~ " son, Bobby. - ............ Mr. and Mrs Ronald Wiles and * children, She'rri and Donald ~ ,..~,~,~,~.r~,,,.~,..~.~.~,~- Wayne, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles and family at Loudoun Heights, Va. Mr. Marvin Smallwood and twin daughters Linda and Gaselia, Miss Judy Shirley and Miss Kay Martin were among those attend. ing the Apple Blossom Festival on Friday. Judy had the misfor- tune to mash her thumb badly in the car door. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale of Leetown were Monday callers on their grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands, and on Wednesday they called on Betty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daugh-l ters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and granddaughter, of Bardane, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins, of Kabletown, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josephine .Johnston and daughters, Joyce and Bonnie. Mrs. Evelyn Wiles had to take her little son to Winchester, Va., to her doctor for another check- up on him. They were accompa- nied by her mother, Mrs. Albert Viands and daughter, Mary. Weekend callers on Mr. Lewis Rissler and daughter Jane, were his daughters, Pat from Washing- ton, D. C., and Susan from the State college in Keyser, Misses Pat Shull from Martinsburg, and i Lou Prendle, of Shepherd Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler of Kabletown were Sunday din- ner guests. Mrs. G. E. Webb We are thankful for the rainfall during the past several days, and hope it is an indication of a more seasonable summer, then we've had for quite some time. The family of Mrs. G. E. Webb were weekend and dinner guests at her home in Bolivar on Sunday They were Mr. and Mrs. George McCarthy and little daughter, Car el Lynn Mrs. Mary B. Henley, of Brent wood, lVkt. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Webb and little son Parker, of Tokoma Park Md. Mrs. Lewis Nichols, of Harpers Ferry, continues quite ill in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mrs. Howard Lemon is recover- ing nicely in the Charles Town General Hospital, after major sur- gery. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards of Harpers Ferry, spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Smith- burg, Md. Miss Kate Marlatt, of Bolivar has continued quit ill at her home in Bolivar. She entered the Charles Town Hospital on Mon- day evening. There has been quite a few cases of flu, and heavy colds throughout this area. Mr. C. E. 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