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# > V ..... in farming as long as his health " R. and Elizabeth Bonn Crim and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVO L AL N P NAL A would permit Born in Stanley, had been a life lo g member of OC A D El{SO CTIVITIES IN .... a ...... =t ....... =--n " LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND ........ ....... 2--A THURSDAY, MAY r ge ~otm y, va. ne was a so oi tne unurcn oI the Holy ~plrlt. bur ~ __ " Philip Gray and Bessie Victoria viving are her husband Mr. Char H~IRP[ IS F[RH r AND ~ ~1 I ~ ~ Souther. Survivors are five sons ~ U ~ M~T ) 0[ ~ T los S. Clipp and four nieces and Mr. and Mrs. Don~es oT wnandt ....................... and two daughters; Harry and ............ nephews, Mrs. Gertrude Rowland, and daughter of Shepherdstown I ginia Frye of Hagersto~ By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Robert Gray of Bakerton, Roscoe By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47oF-032 Stuart and George Crim of Sum- were Sunday guests ~ Mrs. Nettle Hopper d~ .... and Sherman Gray of Charles mit Point and Mrs. Helen Huff ents Mr. and Mrs. ~~,~-~:~- ~ ' ' ' ' "~---- ~ - ~ "~---- ~ - "" "' "- - " der i ~,Ull, yCI ~IILL .L1~o Ctll~ ~*'S xown; Jacoo t~ray oI ~etrolt, oI unarms Town. "" "" ~ - ~red HoD~er of BaltiC We were pleased to read from tone having any articles of value, Mich.; Mrs. Pauline Weakley ofFarm Women's ClubMeeting the Jenkins home. Recentvisitors at the home of ~v~iss alma bee ~n~~,, ~)y~v?. ,,~ ~,?*---~ a newspaper published in a near- such as appliances, clothing fur- Pine Grove, Va.; Mrs. Mabel De- The Summit PointFarm Wom Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinton were Kings Daughters Hoshpi~re Monday evening ~ by town that said town was coop- niture and etc. which they would Lauder of Bolivar, W. Va. lg en s Club met on Thursday even-l in company with the la{ters bro- the latter's aunt and uncle Mr weekend gust of her m~vzr, and Mrs. Ernest zi0 . erating in a "Clean-Up" move. like to donate for this sale will grandchildren and8 great grand ing at the home of Mrs. Robert H. ither and sister-in-law Mr. and and Mrs. Clyde Damron of Char: Charles Knott and f~l .m ~,~]and daughter. 'l Their council had voted in favor please call any of these local hum children; one sister Mrs. Gertrude Hardesty with sixteen members Mrs. Carroll Johnson and their les Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes and I -"--""'~'~'Jk of an all out clean up program in bers 3141, 2451, 2761 or Charles Petit of Pine Grove, Va. and six and guests in attendance The I son Tommy of Middleway motor- Supper guests on Saturday ev- Miss Edith Geory ~ Kennedy stresses ur~~ May. May we quote their state- Town 26 F 032. The entire pro- brothers, Henry, Roland, Wilmer meeting was opened with Devot-led to Baltimore, Md. recently to ening at the home Of Mi'. and Mrs. Town and Mr. and M~-~ aid to Latins. ment after a meeting Cleanup- ceeds from this sale will be used and Kenneth Gray all of Pine ions led by Mrs. Arnold Daileylvisit their sister Mrs. Anthony Melvin Davey and their family Daugherty and daughter were l.-----------~~" Fixup-Beautify May is the time for the benefit of new uniforms Grove, Va: Herbert of Stanley, Va. after which a very interesting les I Aguiar who has been a patient in were the latters sister Mrs. Ger- Mother s Day guests of Mr. and I ,- - ~ to clean up yards, alleys, drive- for the High School Band. and Oscar Gray of Frederick, Md. son entitled "Early Churches and I a hospital there. On Saturday Mr. trude Thompson of Winchester, Mrs. Charlie Daugherty. I IF'/~B ~ A ~ ~J~: ways and to paint and repair Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dinkle of The body rested at the Eaekles Their Leaders" was presented by I and Mrs. Grove had visiting with Va. and her small grandson Paul Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and I 1 [1J.~ ~)~:' when needed. Please clean up the Middletown, Pa. announce the Funeral Chapel in Bolivar until it Mrs. Arthur Kerr who included ] them their son and daughter-in- Thomson of Christ's Church, Va. daughter of Winchester were Sun I ......... I trash and litter. People are asked birth of a 7 lb. and 11 oz. dough- was removed to the Pine Grove in her subject a history of the lo I law Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Seekford day guests of his mother Mrs. F. III _ ~. to plant red geraniums and petun- ter Brenda Lea born to them re- Episcopal Church in Pine Grove, col Methodist Church and the I and son Gregory of Charles Town and sons Josph and David of A. Hill and brother and sister-in- I I~ A T I kl ~., ins to help beautify the town. cently. They had a small sou. The Va. Burial was made in the adjoin Episcopal churches in both Sum- I and visiting with them on Sunday Front Royal, Va. law Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. I ~ | | ~ I~ This town council urged residents former is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ing Cemetery. The pastor of the mit Point and Middleway, the I was their granddaughter Miss Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers, Rev. and Mrs. James Smith and I ,,~--A'.~ ~ ~.-A ~ to "get ready for the tourists this Ercell Dinkle of Bolivar. above church officiated, churches which are attended by IElizabeth Grove of Leetown and Miss Sailie Poston and Mr. Skin- children of Shenandoa Jh unction I ~ (I T A T (1~ summer. Keep your town clean- Mr. G. E. Webb continues very Death of Mrs. Lewis the members of the club. ] Mr. Miehal Lupton of Front Roy- her Poston were dinner guests on were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ] II | I~F | /4 | V lu~ then you will be proud to have much indisposed at his home in Mrs. Louise Lewis, 81 died in Following the lesson the rain-[al, Ya. Sunday at the home of their aunt and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp and I | visitors come". We admired the Bolivar. Charles Town General Hosvital utes of the last meeting were[Entertain At Tea Mrs. S. P. Hanen in Winchester, children Rev. Smith is pastor of[ AA A" ~ 1| above article and~ felt that it Professor C. C: .Arms. . for eight on Sunday._. May_ 11 after an ill- read,. ,, the "Pennies. for Friend- ] Complimenting their.sister Mrs. ~aVa" ,,,,~,o ,,,'., o,,,o ,,, ,,,, ~,~ the Methodist Church. . I II ~,7 /~1~ |'U/lJ . Would apply to any town even our years teacher of musm m Harpers ness of one month. She was a res ship collection was taken and a I John A. Chew, the Misses Mary Her many frmnds here are hau- Carolyn and Sharon Martin of 1 q/Go ~/ ~ wv~ own, Ferry High School is retiring and ident of Halltown and was born number of items of business were and Imogen Thomson, Mrs. W. B. py to know that Mrs James Ma- Millville visited their grandpar- ] II ............ Mrs. George Martin of Bolivar will be replaced by Mr. Raymond in Boyce, Va. and a daughter of discussed. The meeting was con- I Grove and Mrs. J. C. Breckinridge coughtry has returned to Middle. ents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin I ALSO AVAILAB~: who has been ill at her home and Frazier of Ransom The retire- the late David and Emily Taylor. cluded with an active game after lentertained a large group of way from the National Institute and their father Charles lVlartin IHI SMALLER LOT~i was moved to the home of her sis ment of Prof. Arms will be ef- Survivors are one brother David wihch a pleasant social hour was I friends at a tea held at their of Health in Bethesda, Md. where on ~unaay. ] I SLIGHTLY H I G ter Mrs. Charles Jones on Camp fective the day day of August. Taylor in Bolivar and several nie- enjoyed which delicious refresh- I home "Hawthorn" on Friday of- she has been a patient for the past Mrs. Bert Loudan and Mrs. Stro I I PRICES.--~EE Hill has been removed to Charles Death of Bolivar Resident ces and nephews. The body rested ments, were served, by me hostess. [ ternoon, between the hours of four. several months. For the present ther Morrison and sonn BillyBlll mot-mot ]I ~k Town General Hospital where she Mrs. Annie Lenora Staubs, 82, a the Eackles Funeral Chapel in asmsted by her sister Mrs. ~ar- land six. More than seventy five she is with Mr. and Mrs. Edwar& ored to Terra Alto, W. Va. o Sunn Ill r~.~t~ ~,qrtIl~ has been quite ill. Her sister Mrs. widow of Jesse Staubs died in Bolivar until one hour before ser garet Ki~mer. I guests were present for the occas Slusher who have an apartment day and visited Mr. Strother Mor-] I ~}OUl HI'KN ~l~l~: Jones is now very much indis- Charles Town General Hospital vices on Tuesday when the body Hometown Boy Makes Good lion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich risen who is a pati~,~a'~'~" ~,~l~ posed at her home. on Thursday night, May 11 after was removed to the Mt. Mariah In Philly Town" I Visitors on Wednesday of last ard Madison in Middleway mont. ~ ......... [I ~l~i~l_l~ I~I~.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubanks of a long illness. She was bedfast at Baptist Church in Halltown where "Yes you ~uessed it--it's James I week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. }The Misses Lucy and" Alice Mothers Day guests atth~ ~'~~a'~II~ :~ Rockville, Md. were dinner guests her home for quite some time services were conducted at 1 Colemanof ~'hi'iadelnhia Pa Jim ]Elwood Cheshire and their family Fhrnsworth of Washington, D. C. of Mr and Mrs Erne~S'r. ] ~ ~~Ili~ at the G. E. Webb home on Wed- before being removed by ambul- o'clock by the Rev. J. E. Summers was the s-ark -lu~ o~ the Harris- ]were the latter's mother Mrs. Nor were visitors over the weekend at and daughter were ~s: I .... ~--"-'" ~_ | nesday evening, once to the hospital where she and the Rev. T. C. Jackson. Burml on Color Process Com,~am, Bow- [ man Michael, her ~lster Mrs. He- the home of their sister and bro- Carl Frye and children of Ken- I PHONE 43 I* Lions Club will hold an auction hospital less than a week before announced that thev will serve a He is to be honored with an indiv [Debrah, Johnny and Patricia ..... .......... ~ I sale on Saturday, May 26 in the her death. Ham and Turkey Supper at Har- idual trophy and be the guest of ]were overnig~ guests at the Mieb "Y MISS Margaret ltouser ~ ~.~ | [ ~ | | ~' 1 ~ ~k I ~: ] Park adjoining the Fire Hall. Any She was a Miss Daile~ of the hers Ferry District High School honnr at fh~ l.~fin ~inn Th~ntr~ ] ael home in ~iroy .. ~ I , ~ ~ rl , ~ I "- -" ~" ............................... Visitors on Sunda at the h m Mr. and Mrs harold Robinson county before her marriage and a evenm June 3 be m " t y o e --_ ......... -_-_-~._-----_--- ...... onSaturd y g g Restaurant m New Jersey, he] ............ and .... a.a~r., a.,a~r..o B,..~.~, I .L %J J..~l.d.L~.jI Ik~PJI. ILl.dJ.4 I - ............ "~ ..........was oom. near z3arpers terry. ~u ning at 5 o'clock and lasting un- famous theatre restaurant of the [o~ a~r:. ann Mrs: ~. u. tika.s~.ora ~,. ~r~'.,'~o..'~*",'..'~"o~,'.*~ ~'.'~~.*~'.~ ~ ! I~ I~ D B ~ ~' oi ner life na6 oeen spen~ in mis m9 p,.ioa far ~d,l*~ tl 9_~" --'~-~~,--- i were ilve oi melr seven Cnlloren v 21~ [IV K D D ~ section of Jefferson County about ~'or'e~h'~ren~65cenis ~i~off~cers ~'.. ........... ~,^.. ,.. ]and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Ferry.were Sunday supper guests Having Sold My Farm and Moving to a :smaller .IT forty years having been spent in and members of the Fire Corn- -.-v~-~^~.~'~tu.*.~m~-.~lJhn Glassford and children of Lmew parents~r, ann Mrs. ~oD I will sell the Followt ~n Person~ Prom~rtv. located, lZ . out .uiile tow,, uuy wuo uia,.~ Williams ort Md Mr and Mrserr watson Bohvar Survivors are one dough- an he this su er will be well P ..... " kd~r~/~| A ~ ._. ~.2 ,.~... ~, ..... , ur.., P.Y . 1~. _. pp . . good m the sports world: note: ]Geor~e Glassford and children Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman I Sout~ ~ Bard~ne on &e Brown'_ _ s Shop Ro'~d~-ln $~ ......................... .- atron,ze ,hey a,so wan, to ...... | .WEDNESIDAY I ~q~|V~JL~ | ~ nochnrn P~ throe ~nn~ ~'t W "P'~ -- .- .....Jim IS a natwe of Summit Point ]Bobby .and Carol of Shenandoah of Doyer, Pa. were the weekend ,~m, ........ ,---, .......... , *~" ""thank mose WhO naverecently .... RADIO -- TELEVISION-. of Waynesboro, Va., Harvey L. of nations I , M . and rs. Col m ............sent in do Coleman Stationed in Phfladel-'Flemin- Mr and Mrs Gu'" Mill Mr and Mrs Harold Harding and , MAY 31, 1961 . and the nephew of Miss trances Junction r M v' guests of Mrs. Annie Loudan and KOllvar ann ~oya wooarow oi , h " ~' " " Y ...... SALES and SERVICE ~ c~v+ ...... a The H~gh School Band Co certphm during his naval servace, he [.v a-~ ,,hUa~.~ r~.~. T~,, ~.~ son. II BEGINNING AT 10.'06 O'CLOCK A. "M. (vsll| A P P L I A N C E S ............. held at the School on last Thu s remained there upon completing ] Bill of Charles T ..... a ~ o,a Mr and Mrs O E Cole Mrs II [ Cnllaren, twenty nine grea~ groan ............... ] ..... -. .... , day evening was well attended his enhstment He ]s marrmd to M G W e Mr I HOUSEHO LD GOODS Charles Town, W. V~, children and four great great len t" 1 rendered " rs. Donald Glassford and child- . Emm rt, s. W S. Geary. r,__,. ~,__,_, .... o ..... grandchildren. Two half sisters .......................... Iron, Bonnie, Talmadge and Saray l ke Stomata of Wash ' 8 Piece Dlnin~RoomSutte. WarmM~rnin~ ~t~ve. ~.~ and was sp d d y the former M~ss Ruth Vanderharr Che r and Mi w~ wn~mngtun otr,.-~t . "me renucostal home mr me ann is me tamer ot two smart Mrs Emma In-ram of BoLivar ....................... l of Sumnnt Point. Other guests at Ington, D. C. were recent guests - : ...... :- and" Mrs , MaudeDempsey of Agea m getung along nlce~_a..n_o sons ~mnae~ anu.~arK- -- ]the Glassford home on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and ~~S~.. ~: ...................... . ' we near many woms o~ praise r~n~ertams A~ ra]ama rar[y Washington. D C ........................... I were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weller daughters and Mrs. Anna Mary ~ ~ ~ ~ The ~lece'ased was a faithful regaramg it. .~:ne lames o..e~s are MISS ~ay l~avey entertamea a ]of Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Phyllis Hetzel. II ~ne~, '.'l~: Immm ~ rm'm" .~,~.~h,~. ,,r ~,~. :. x~,~,h,~d~.4 all ilue(1 a~ thiS time w~tn two group ot trienas at pajama party I Farmer of Chnrle~ Town ~nd Mr a,.._a ,~.. ,~ ..... v) r. - Cablnet~ and Mxtt~es: ~E: ~mwa ~mma,,~,~,~ Church and a member of the W. ,~ .... ~ 0 h~vlna thi~ ~nlendid o, ln, ~ho ,~,~ ....... t ~, ~__...~}Pet Sager of Shenandoah Junc- of Hedgesvllle were Wednesday I _~w-~i ~I$1"-~IH |:||~II'|IKI s.c.s. For about 35 years she ~'.~] i,~'.~;,:-,~',~t ............ tin" . evening guests of her brother and ~ug w~m tonsures, ~everal ~m, nds, ~I u,o v2= v~vT-.vq-- ha.dbe%n~om/2~b?igtahe:r On S'peelal Mee~ag~s" ' esV~t~'I~nYnO~S~ta'u~s~oTV~a'r~eslcheMsI~eS, I~:t~aR:~tdrO:nW~: ~s~r~n~ra.W Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I ~'~hO~ .... end ~,b ! V ,~:~a ~,~'~n,,',, ~99a and o* one There will be special meetings Town, Janet Kite of Bardane.and !day afternoon at the home of "Mr anci Mrs Warren Watson .~ ~Z:: "~'"~ ~--~.'o'~"~'* ~" | allU ,"ILl I ~me ]l~a'(~'aa mem~ber~ship of'about at the Penticostal Church on the M~I~ Gla.ssto.ra, Juuy .Jen~.ins [Miss Frances Coleman. and son of Bal'ttmore, Md were HI I'~hers__~:~: :.~..~,_~_~]l~~,~:~ :-- ~. ~ ,,~,h,,,~ nn,.~ a ...... a evenings ot ~aay z~ ann ~aay z~ ann ratsy Davis ot ~ummlt t-oint. ~ Services For Mrs Cil .......... : .... ,r~~.~,-~.,,.,.,,~ .,-,,~ YOU PAID FOR! eighty m ............... ~a ................... ~ ............. lassf"x-* in' . pp guestso~.~r, ann airs. l~ester ~1- J~'2]k'~L lVl~l~;~]~]~ ~ ]~]'(J. ~,,,~ was treasurer of the Order until w~mtne l~ev..~..~, warn a recem _ rar._~_-_~_..~,ko- ~._~. __~,~_:.- [ Funerai services~, were._ ~eld ehlebe~ and fami~ on ~Wed- .-:~- .,. .~It~ f,,.,.~ t,, ,o~io~ du~ ~,, ~,, ,~,,~ ~ returnea missionary trom z~ra., 'cgmpany WlU~ tzlelx- ~Ol~i~llU u,~u-lfrom the Melvin T.-~trider C~lon nesday ~enin- , .... ~ ~~-~*,~. ~,~*- .... : ~i. ff~O~m~-:'z~.nV~" ~;~,*,~ ~,~,~':;~o.~ .... "" ~ll as guest speaker and the Rev. }ghter-in-law Mr. and I~S. Allen ]ial Funeral Home at 2"30 o'clock ,,.a ...... s;o ~+ o,A h .... Dee~~~~Very rake, $ Vj'ff'~ \ [/~'~ ~ ~"~';"h'~d~r~t~'a~b~h, local Chester Miller of Ohio will be the l Glassford visited recently with 'on Thursday afternoon for Mrs M~."an~M~.~Iaio{d ~Hard'i'n~-nd l'ubb~~~~ltv_- Me~: lJ~I' , --"]'~'l~,~'l~h~nal ~'til .qUn regular speaker. They will have ] the formers brother Mr. Boyd Julia Crim Clinn whose death oc" ~-~ o,a ~,~" ^,,~ r., a~, s. ,~, ~~A"~' .,~ I~ ~~~ Eack.~s ............ ~. ............ a he H mont Sani "-*- " ............. ' ........ '~'~ day at l o'clock p. m. when it was I s~rv~eLa:sthe P~natmstalCht~r7 ~G:a~frd ~tet~a Al~a,Pe~V Va and curred on Tuesday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan Har- I ~-~tors;6"_e~: ' ..... ~ removed to the Bolivar Methodist l g, Y [ ...... "..y ._ the Hillcrest Nursing Home in pers Pertly, Bobby Loudan of Corml~-~ ~ ~ ~ ~, ~er. DeI~v~l.:_~'~:*~I %x ,-, and 28 en route nome VlSlteu Wltll ~ne ,~kk~ ~r~l/i~,, .................. ~ ....... ,I I .... Winchester, Va where she had Knoxville Md and Gardner Loud t.nurm ruil. wue,e "-" ........................... r " . . . HI complete~n mtlk cans. 8 ]~ea'ttons. JtiPlT ' , /_ __,t .... h,~M .,i~h ..... ; ...... ,~,,,,,a,~ ]Dentil 01[ Mrs. Ldlile l~lller l Younger ~virs. ~Jlass~oru s Droule been in residence for the vastan Charles Town and Bert Loud. ~~.... ,.^- ......... ,_- ._k_,,~_ --~ ..... ! """ "" ..... at 2 o'clock with the pastor Rev I Mrs. Lune o.t noiwar, w. l ann mster ) r..ham year. The services were conducted an and son .... f -_ ......... I FROmTm_ E_~_D Har~lydtM:~:Y Af~i:~l~g~llaSSl,'~ I h~o~teeaj:n/na~t~.~Ta;i~r~:/ii/~2mgnii:Tehwne:~:a:i~i:~;i~ ~cCh:oR~:?~drc~h~eI~:l~ theMp~stWtilwliameeS~ydeSW~s~P~t, I ' on d~Ty rof~r~l~.~i~[ j~tlI----MENT former noster of the Church Bur- ] P " I ...... Spirit wRh burial in Edge Hillpa. with her brother-in-law and,~h~e t L~u~O~R:?~wT:D ~ 1 l'lJ~l~~2'~" l~t~J~'"l " ........... followin a areletic stroke at her Menear WhO spent last week VlS- "lhrd~,nelVl~ ...... ial ~as made in Fairview Ceme-I g P . . [ ...... Cemetery. Serwng as pall bearers s~ster Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just with out-o." . " _i " Mrs Virginia Lee Eppard, 82, I .... .' . __ | ........ - ry. w. kend with Mr. and Mrs Wll- HI Chinch. | :ahrOrtbenceodma: munu:ahf:Su~nuC~irUt~ ]d]edt ot~:hUrmSda[f n~Orrnmg' M:y ]sf/Oa~P~or~n a:%~i:~nn%~:rlP~ ]Wngma~ ~ha: hn:~ o~ ~rr~U~yde~en, suMmrmS.itCpligPtWohnOjWl~S ib~3nwe:[ ~oa~nn Mr;: I ~V~ay .18-2t. ~,' t able. Your car actually s P [--^.a ~,~ ........ ,- ~,,,--~,. ~/11883 and lived in Charles Town |Edward McKee and their family the -f the 1~ ~.e.raa d~r~ L.z.__~_ . alinement iust as it consumes gas, I u,~,,u ~,~wa~u~x., ~,xu,v.x=, a.-I ~ i- ..,~..~ ~.....,~,... +.,/.,., +h,~ Tttt~,,l~,~,.,~,,, r,~bo Mi~ M~ ..v -. ............ e. ...... _:.'JL ..... "" "" "~ -" "-=nt ~ te" -n i" ..... * .... e-"~ "~^nths t xor a numoer o. ~..o ..v....~ ~.. ~v...,~ ...... .-,,..a v ............... - 3 times foster h I Mar rot Welch Nicewarner and'accident on the B. and O. Rail- judges in a poster contest which , 4times faster tha, spork plugs ]was born in Charles Town, W V a I road at Harpers Ferry about twen [had A Good Lunch as the theme 6 times faster than broker ] July 13, 1878 Surviving chilclren [ ty five years ago. Survivors are ] Attend Home Demonstration Day times faster ~han shock Jar** Mrs Haman u,qivar ]four sons, Jack of Martinsburg; ] Thirteen ladies from the com- -.~.^.~... |Y~--~ro ~aL~. ~'~'~'.~'=.~ tai.: tRobert Emer of Odenton, Md.; [munity attended the all day meet ......... - [ warner o~*'Bl'air"Jef'~~"Co'~Ia''r~'~ [ Raymond E. of Bolivar and Char- ling which was held at the Corn- NOW J$ th~ T|ME [Nieewarner Charles "Town and los E. of Chicago; three daughters [munity Center near Bardane on - "' --',i for our lone step son George Eppard of [Mrs. Eliza.beth Uppermanof_/kle, ]Tuesday oflaS eWe )kinnc leb an I0 Drl#lg yOUI' ItO I1 il~illvt|Ua w ~rn 9,~ .r...~hi]d l anaria, va.; tars helen z~atzman luon ot nora m r.t m-~ ~ ~-~ ! ~'~ I ~ ~ I I ren and a number of great grand I ot t~onvar ana ~ars. ~aargaret ut- /weeK. x~urlug tile UlO 8 " i" rK l-y_ ~.~ I ~ I ~.~ INI [children; two sisters Mrs. Lillie I terback of College Park, Md.; 17/!on short demonstrations on a var I~L-~ ---ffi~mm ---- .--~] Smith of Summit Point, W Va ] grandchildren and 14 great grand ]mty of Interesting subjects were ~ ]~]~A~ land Mrs Wilomina Butts of'Lou'lchildren' tmejister anct one ~ro-[pre.senteu ~y eacndct~iarlO~O~lng ]E,uanTc~lbw~adu~nh~:gh/ietl~nedl~ I~nhF Mr;TB~nr.:~~aa~t~n~i [~g~~dan Helghts,.n~zt. dzv withtb~R, IVa ~t ica~ori~aedi~~~i!ie I YOUR ---/ e ev been ent] y o p I AL|N ]~lro~k ~c~a~rj~iei'a~m.~uria/Itime (Sunday evening) but will in fluorescent light ~ I demonstration ., _ _ = ~,,.~ i. [be held from the Bolivar Metho- ling was given by Mrs. Natalie My- " -"- :" .... : ....... : ............ ~ ' ' " l t and . ' ...... va~.~ax x ~L~X.~x Jt~ ~Lxl~ ~ ~.~'*'- |,n ~,h~ ~t,,,,~ n,nh,,,-,,-~ I dist Church with the Rev. Alfred [rick of the Potomac L gh . Colhns offmmtmg, assisted by Power Company. Those attena g ..... t JI~UUI1 flklND jp| ~ki~U|~. ]were James Nmewarner, Donald [... . .................... ] ................Gra"~''- AI IJLI|~ULI~|a~I i~icowarner Win. M Ni~,~r~ev liter, tlarolct ~tctglay. ~urmt ,Zl lwere ~vx~nU~l~eV x~v ~vy, - * . Edge Hill Cemetery Charles Town exander Dunlop, John Marshall ........ ~::~.~ ........~i:~ ~ vm" I .... .oo.,.~-,oo~, ..... ~.o.I The deceasedwasamemberof[RobertMacoughtry, GeorgeCr , , Wm. F. Nlcewarner, Robert Nice im ~::;~:"":: ~:~;;~:~:~' ' ! ||~L ~1['/~ | |~11 ~randsnn~ of th~ dee~d [Bohvar Methodist Church and of IRobert Light, Arnold Daft y, -- " ................. el r ..... ...... .---- I the W S C S Also she was a ]Bruce Whlttacre, Howard r le s, Death ,,. ~,. ,~. ur~ " . - ,~ , *, ! 111 South George Street ] ar.., I member of the Patriotic Order of, Wallaee Snyder, Stuart Crlm and at " Amer ans, Camp No. 12 ordain. Miss Shlrley Macoughtry, m ..... , th home of his son Robert .. l~O A **~ ~ PHONE S4 In ...... nat.,.,.. .... I zed in Bolivar m hers and guests of the Summit ,---..a ........,, ........... " '- - "" " '~-:-" ~'-" "-"~" ~'lub and ................. , ,.. t County on Sunday May 14 after a I opelm aune la rwut zax,a ,w ~zxeu o ,, . UltlAtl.,~ "lUW~, W. va. [I..,, iT~n,~.~ ~. ~h h~n ,,.a~,~d I The official opening of the Civ- Mrs. S. C. Glasstord of the W~ TI'~Th-~ ~T'r.l:)r~T TI~_.~. " ..... " ...................... ~'~"- I fl War Show case will take nlace ard Clips Club. ~,a~a~ OU~-XJLaZ~:f~" i B *~'------ 'on'Thursday, June 15. The entire Mr. and Mrs. PhiIlip Creamer I ., , . AAa Aa.|aR~|Atm m m~m~,, construetion is under roof and and daughter Jul!a and Mr. Rob: I 14 un~l il IlUtllMI t lIIM fiIIl'IIiiM worl~nen are busy every day. err Shirley of Locust Grove I lie IAIIII Ih ~l'lll'IIt~I~fi] JMlll~l~I I~fl~ Quite a few people have visited spent Sunday in Warrenton, Va. .-- I ~,~,~ ~n,v~t-q~ ~r~rtl~r ur ~ra the site and quite a bit of inter- where they were guesta at the i (~ ~" ,~ &~ I ~,u xx~ ~,J~ ,~--.~,~ ,~..x,,,.,v~,, ,,. v~. est has been shown in the entire home of Miss Isabelle H111eary. I ~ ~ .~~ roject since the gi,'ound was first Miss Mary Hoffmaster of Hag- ~ "~~...:.~ ..... I I~ at-.- ,_...~ P " ~m~ I ~nTr~ ~ xr ~A~" ~~ 1~el broken for it. erstown, Md. spent aSturday visit ~':~i]~b I ~, ._~f I J tttvaJt, ~,vl2"XJt Jt~, JL~UI Those attending tho District ing with her uncle Mr. Charles I~J~VV ~~~ii~ ] .~',~r'-c~, BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D.S.T.) aMtl ena w.a da? r oE Z,aM andit r cra had ] I 8 from the local Methodist Chur. ,, si ing !, 13" T lJ ~ ~../1 JL JI2J [~i~] i , Ill//~'~'~442 I WE SELL ANYTHING OF VALUE EXCEPT ehes were Mrs. Nora Robinson, Mt. Ellen Mr. and Mrs. A. . - - -- Ipr". , S"~lui I I~ I "~t'b~, 1 ' Mrs. Virginia Trail, Mrs. Mfldretl Watson of Alexandria. V~i. and HOUSE PAINT ~~~~ l ASK ABOUT I CLOTHING. Webb, Mrs. Grace aRmsdill, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. E. Marshall [~!i] [ , Anne But{s from the Bolivar of" Charleston, W. Va. While here [~~i) I 0 T ~ I ~ ~ ~r~o~r ~Tn.v ~rr~ Church and Mrs. Myrtle Heater. the group motored to Warrenton, ~,~-~o ,,,, ~,,--~, [ i.) a~ I Mrs. Norman Thayer, Mrs. Anna Va. ,to attend the annual Gold | I For Further Information and Consignments Call Bond and Rev. and Mrs, Wright Cup' Races. FOR WOOD, STUCg0 OR bUtS0NIIY 16 LOVELY COLORS [ ~ii~ a I I A IIIm 'l'hil quality eOid ! from the Camp Hill Methodist Mr. Donald Kremer' of Wash- [ hKflIN KANli heaUnq budqet$o I CHARLES TOWN 7-R. Church. ington, D. C. spent the weekend I~ |1 -" I 1 M ] v||l tHl 'I~I~IIWI~ C)LGA Pocaho ...... visiting with his brother-in-law "yes ~:e heat - " a al ,t ,3 3 Irrl I ~" I I A TION Commissions are not paid on and sister Mr. and Mrs. M rsh l , . _. H. and R, COMMIS ON arguments won, but on sales Jenkins and their family, on Sun PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, w. VA. I Planned For [ H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. made. he and Mr, Jenkins drove to I .... ~ . e~;d~'.ven~a/~ " t eesourg, va. to Drmg his ann ....... YOUI venlence. ! ~/I" y r ~.~ If yOU fred life is empty, try Mrs. Jenkins nmther Mrs. Anna , I ..... .... ] I . I _ putting some into it. Costello here to spend the day at " ' " :: .... " ' " ......