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ViLLE ....................................................... ,rn,,Dr,~vc~a}w, Mr. Ben Freeman of Washing- LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN " " ton, D. C. spen, t ,tlae weekend at By Miss Dorothy Lake tile G. E. Webb home in Bolivar. ----- A pt~blie auction Sale of house- Baker ilam Supper hold goods was sold at the home A Baker Ham Supper will be served for .the Methodist [Men on Friday evening May 8, 1959 6:30 p. m, at the Millville Methodi.% Church. Any others wishing o buy ~ppers will serve from 5 till 6 p. ,n]. Price $1.00. Sponsored by the Young Admit Class. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryman and daughter were Mrs. Mollie Weav- er and son and daughter Miss Dora Weaver and Mr. Wilbur Weaver of Mt. Jackson, Va., Mrs. Price of Elkhart, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman of Shenan- doah Junction and Mr. and Mrs. George Morison and son Freddie of Charles Town. Miss Sandra Thompson of Char lea Town spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican and faro ily. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md. visited Mr. Mrs.and Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. ,~t ,l~l,~,l it I,,]") Jl*lt~[j tit 3 ~,,ll l"t eently which ha~ added to his dis comfort. Mr .and Mrs. J. B. Oauffman of Brunswick, Md. were visitors at the ~home of Mr. and Mrs. Granvil ;,h-':. rT ,i- nn,,ih n[ Tlr,~m',~r, Pa. spent last week at the home of ,Mrs. M. J. Rau and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawson. Mrs. Harry Lawson of accompanied by Miss Frances My stad,ts Hill. of their four dauffhters| Miss Mary Cecelia Dora, life families After tlae cht~ Lula Ranalli and Mrs. James Lil- la and sons an Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Haines and children Cynthia and Jerry of Brownsville, Md. visited :the latters parent~ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bal- lenger on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T, E. Lake spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Vallle Carper of Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli and Misses Rosle and Marguerite Pe- rucci motored to ,Philadelphia, Pa. on Saturday Mr. RanallI re- " turned home on Saturday evepAng ;Mrs. Banal ti and Misses Petrucc{'s remain for a week. Mr. and Mrs. John Creamer and children Danny and Debbie of Ranson visited Mr. Tony D'Angelo and Mr, and Mrs. ,Michael D'An- gelo on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell and daughters of Winchester, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilt- shire and son on Sunday, Mr. and iM_rs. Merle Wiltshire and daughter Veronica of Har- pers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wil,tshire on Tuesday evening. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hursell Caniford were Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hough ~n~ son Randy of Bakerton. ]~r. and Mrs. Gone Shiner and children of Winghester, Va. spent Sqnday with the latters mother ~'s. Mac Webb. ~r. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and ehiid, re~ of Randallstown, Md., ~r. and Mrs. William Ainsworth Q[ Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. l~onny Hough and son Randy of ~erton visited Mrs. James Lilla ~r~ sons Jay and Vince on Sun- ny evening. Donna Jean and Randy Lon- gerbe~m of Bolivar spen Friday with their aunt Mz's. Bob Longer beam. Sandra Kelican spent Thursday and Friday night with her grand parents Mr. and Iv~rs. Clifton KeN lean and family. XAttle Tracey Longerbeam spe~t Friday with her grandmother Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Little Denny Johnson is a pat- Ient at t~he Charles Town General ~Iospital Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Viands Jr. :and son Mike of Charles Town visited Mr. Tony D'Angelo and Mr. and Mrs, Michael D'Angelo on Sat urday evening. -Mrs. Floyd Milton was hostess to a Stanley Brush Party on Thurs day afternoon at her home, There were fifteen present. Birthday Party Mrs. Nelson W'hitting~ton gave a sm~prise birthday party on Satur day evening at her home. The party was in *honor of her dau- gl~ter-in-law Mrs. Eugene W'iMtt- IngCon. Those heiping her cele- brate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. IAnwood Longerbeam, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Lester John- son, Mrs. Tony D'Angelo, Jr., Mrs. George Whittington of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Minnick of Martinsburg, Mrs. Raymond Fraiz er, Mrs. &arland Moore, Mrs. Bert Lancaster, Mrs. Martin Olaize of Charles Town. Mrs. Charlie Rin- aldl and Mrs. Freda Trail of Bak erton, Mrs. Harry Longerbeam of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene VJhittington of Charles Town, Mrs. Frankie I~ongerbe,am and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Whittington and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson. Those that sent gifts were Mrs. Maude Mil#~on Mrs. Bill Longer- beam, Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Mrs. Mal ice Ballenger. The hostess served chicken sal ad sandwiches, mints, peanuts, pic kles, cake and punch, NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Sefferson-Advocate on North George Street. Charles Town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2 - tf.----nc / GUARANTEED WASHABLE OR YOUR MONEY BACKI Save $4.00 on 4 Gala. BOWERS WALL PAPER STORE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TELEPHONE 486 of the late Mr. and Mrs. Emory By Mrs. G. E. Webb Mrs. Lloyd Hough of Harpers Ferry is recovering at her ,home after being quite ill. Her daug'hter Miss Thelma Lloyd of Indianapol is, Ind. is spending two weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Higgs of Silver Spring, Md. spent the week end visiting at ~he home oT Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson and other relatives in the nearby area. They also were at Shenandoah Downs on the opening night. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garten spent the weekend with 'their son- in-law and daug'hter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson and little son in Souderton, Pa. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Collins have purchased the Hape proper,ty on Washington Street in Bolivar Telephone 2492 v hich was vacated by Mr. ,and Mrs. O~to Hape who are living in Frederick, Md. Rev. Collins is pas tor of the Bolivar Methodist Chur ch. They will move into their home very soon. Miss Mary Barker who spent the winter months with her neiee Mrs. Virginia Ahalt in Charles Town has retm'ned to her home 'on Camp Hill to spend ~the sum- mer months. Mr. Jo'hn Foster of Dicker~on, Md. recently spent a week with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Meadows near Bol- ivar. Mrs. Idella Grim of near Mill- ville having moved there recently from Bolivar has been qui,te ill and bedfas,t but is now showing Eldar on last Sa.turday with good sized crowd present and every ti~ing was sold. Mrs. Earl Kronk of Harpers Ferry has been quite indisposed at her home for the past week but is beginning to show improvement Among the measles victims in Bolivar and Harpers Ferry were Mrs. Fred Davenport and Mrs. Franzen, wives of Park men and Marcia Webb of near Bolivar a pupil in the Elementary school. Six ladies from Cam,p Hill Me- i~hodist Ohurch attended an As- bury Guild in the Methodis;t Chur eh in Hancock, Md. on last Tues day. They were Mrs, Myrtle Hae- for, Mrs. Loui.~e Nichols, Mrs. C. C. Arms, Mrs. Norma~ Thayer, Mrs. Daisy Marks and Mrs. Leon Edwards. ,Mr. Leon Murphy, aged resident of Harpers Ferry has been very much indisposed for several. He Dintcle on last Sund~y. Mrs. Grace Roeder, widow of the late Albert Roeder who has been with her son and family in Riverdale, Md. recuperating from a leg amputation has returned to her home and Mrs. Leona Staubs of near Harpers Ferry is staying with her. Reported In Error The writer made a mistake re- cently reporting the birth of a baby girl bor~ in cali-Columbia, South America, s~a,ting :the mother was :t:he daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Clmrles Trundle o'f Bolivar. She was the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trundle and ,the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clev- enger of Atlanta, Ga. also the granddaughter of Mrs. E};ther Clevenger of Bolivar after her mar riage to Mr. J. Mario Mesa a year ago they went immediately to S. A'merica where Mr. Mesa was en- gaged in business. era of near Bakerton ,spent* last Monday and Tuesday in Washing- ton, D. C. and attended the Opera a't the Metropolitan. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb were Mr. and Mrs. Brawner ttarding of Gaithersburg, Md. accompanied by the formers mother Mrs. L. N. Henley of We~t. Hyattsvil'le, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frye and ,the latters mot!her Mrs. Etta Gra ham of Buckeys town, Md. Mrs. Richard Walke and dau- gh,ter Sally of Alexandria, Vs. spent the weekend with Mrs. WaN ke's mother' Mrs. H. T. McDona'ld. Visitors during Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horn were 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardy and son Steve of Millville. Miss Donna Gageby and Mr. Kenneth Kidwiler of Bak erton, Mr. and Mrs. Roger For- sythe of Bolivar Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dopsorz of All- long native of Harpers Ferry and Bolivar who has been a semi-in- walid for several years and h~ spent the pas~ eighleen rnonttas in a Rest Home in Washington, D. C. returned to Harpers Ferry about ,two weeks ago and is stay ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hackley of Harpers Per ry. She is getting along nicely we understand and is glad to be back in the home town. 130th Yr. For Camp Hill i The 130Lh Anniversary of the Camp HP,1 Methodist C'i~,u'ch was celebrated on last Sunday at the Church with the Rev. Ira Dinkle native of Bolivar and residen:t of Millersville, Md. in charge of the Anniversary service as guest speak er assisted by t/he pas,tor Roy. Mill or. Quite a nice crowd was pres- ent. A cold plate luncheon was served. Reg. Dinkle son of Mr. Frank Dinkle of Bolivar, was ac- companied by 'his wife and three bralion, Rcv. Dinkle al~ visited his cousin Mr, i Dinkle and ,family and father who spends mo~ ,ime in hi~ nephews ho~ Prof. C. C. Arms spe~ lays the weekend and tt~!~ day evening in Charles eral Hospital undergoi'll~ ment for an attack of aS lergy. He has been Band of Harpers Ferry Distr School for a number of l is held in the hig'hest all of ,his Band mmeber, all who know hi,m. We his illness was of short' ATTEND CHINCH $ RUBBER STAMPS~ Size you desire. Quitle clent Service. TeleP SPIRIT OF j~SI VOCATE OFFICE. Not Street. "IT'S WHITE'S FOR DS ALWAYS" Always are Your Wait on You All of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SK N ESS FROM JEFFERSON COUNTY MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE--20c OFF Giant Economy Size $1.59 NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE--1Gc Off large 8-oz. jar $1.19 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE - - - BORDEN'S INSTANT OFFEE CARNATION MILK - - - SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES PILLSBURY CAKE, MIXES - - KING FLUFF .... 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