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May 11, 1961

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HER AND this past and rain some sun- windy. One week ago morning cloudy, cold showers. Tuesday and in afternoon Wednesday cold air about all day. cold in early morning afternoon turning cold Friday morn-" frost and some ice morning early in morn westerly winds, very in day rain came more like a wind lasted for a coup morning show- clouded skies, then sunshine and a very Monday morning later sunshine will soon come to Wilt and Mrs. Edith Mrs. Eugene Wilt and Thursday with rooms. Garza of Falls and Mr. G. C. Pearl visitors Saturday Waterford, Va. and Va. Mrs. Lester Loy of D. C. and Mrs. were dinner guests the latters son and Mr. and Mrs. Her Success supper sponsored by Chestnut Hill Sat- to be quite a suc- out of everything and get to gether was en Those from a were Mr. and tm and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. and family from Ya. Mrs. George Hellman Md. were Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. and family. Nine Susan West of Va. spent the week er grandparents Mr. Runion. Preaches filled his reg- Sunday morn- a. m. reading from the of the Book of Acts the seventeenth verse the thirty eight ver- eet was the thirty has return- Work after a severe case of flu. She is a Clappton home at Va. Charles Shaffer Sunday with their family Mr. and Mrs. :the home of Mr. and the past week Beavers of the Bill Ott and two Rosebud McDaniels Mr. and Mrs. and three children Va. Sick List was a visitor Mrs. Margaret Ott Mrs. Ott has been for quite some the doctors care. a pleasure to v2sit semeed very much me visit her. I M s. Ott for many, very best wishes eight trips to General Hos- period of May 4- boy infants and was born May Owen R. Aron. occurred Friday, Sherry Darlene Mrs. Ernest M. Town; and a son to Mr. and Herbert Charles a son Timothy to Mr. and Mrs. Kearneysville. 7 a daughter An- born to Mr. and T. Crouch Lovetts- 8 a daughter Cyn- born to Mr. and NOTICE! Carry A Complete for the in A Package larried Couples. FRITTS, INC. ton St.i+ TOWn, W. Va. OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mrs. Calvin L. Moyer of Arling- ton, Va. Tuesday, May 9 a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray of Harpers Ferry and Wednesday, May 10 a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Wilt of Halltown. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were: Mr. Faust I. Corso, Knoxville, Md.; Little Mar- tin B. Grimes, Miss Barbara A. Stiles, City; Mrs. Lauretta E. ttimes, Frederick, Md.; Mrs. Eliz- abeth E. Smith, Mrs. Jeannette L. Weddle, Mr. Charles A. Lloyd, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Lester W. Wilt Harpers Ferry; Master Har- ry L. Carter, Martinsburg; Mrs. Annie Lloyd, City. Medical patients admitted were Mr. Jacob E. Jones, Staunton, Va.; Mr. Walter C. Tucker, Knox- ville, Md.; Mr. Trenor P. Judd, City; Mr. Harvey H. Fauver, City; Master Franklin E. Phillips, Knox ville; Mrs. Nora A. Staubs; Har- pers Ferry; Baby Tyrone McDon. ald, Mrs. Mittie R. Staubs, City; Mr. Joseph L. Dodson, Millville; Mr. Clifton E. Haines, Halltown; Mr. Edgar M. Snowden, City; Mrs. Virginia W. Hockensmith, Har- pers Ferry; Mr. Raleigh F. Moler, Bakerton; Mrs. Mary K. Marten, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Margaret L. Brittingham, City; Mr. Thomas W. Palmer, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Benjamin F. Jackson, City; Mr. Grant Dixon, Summit Point; Mrs. Lacey Bussard, Milville. TI By Miss Lillian Myers New Residents Captain and Mrs. Frederick Kel ley of Baltimore, Md. have moved into the Whittington property. Captain Kelley is a retired army officer and they plan to make their future home here in the Shenandoah Valley. We welcome them to our community. Mrs. William Wisham and dan ghter Shirley of Philadelphia, Pa. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Grover Leith over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb, Miss Ada Webb and Mrs. Rosie Ault of Ellicott City, Md. spent the weekend with Mrs. Webbs sis- ter and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager. Mr. Lewis Sager Jr. is confined to his home with an attack of vir US. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Mary Gray- son. Mrs. William Miller spent last week with friends at Cockeysville Md. Mrs. Lester Dillard and son Johnnie have moved to the prop- erty they recently visited from Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boyd. Mrs. Floyd Ferrell and baby of Hagerstown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brookman and family of Springfield, Va. vis ited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cave Brookman Sunday. Mrs. Leola Weller and daugh- ters Mary and Margaret and Mrs. Doris WellerNkand son Stevie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Danny Miller in Hagerstown. i The many friends of Miss Nan hie Fleming are sorry to know she still remains on the sick list. SPIRIT OP JEFFERSON THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1961 FARMERS ADVOCATE 5---A Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Boyd and family have moved to the proper- ty of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thomp son. Mission Society Meets The Missionary Society of Grace Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Homer Ferrell and Mrs. Betty Padgett on Wednesday even ing. The subject was "Christ For West Africa" and was led by Miss Lillian Myers. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Frank Benner, Mrs. Oscar Seal and Mrs. Abner Whitmer. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. SENIOR CLASS BAKE SALE SATURDAY NICHOLS & STUCK The Senior Class of Charles Town High School will have a bake sale at Nichols and Stuck Saturday, May 13. DeGaulle voices kind words on Algerian leaders. Lisbon charges bomb plot on U. S. Embassy. Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" fails to arouse Thais. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY II I I II I II II " II i i I & -