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Carson Signs $525,000 in Bonds Of Peoples ":e Company By Charles Town i171: ) iiiiiil i~ ..... Town's Mayor Nicholas shown in tile above pie Council Chamber in the task of bonds is- City of Charles Town of $525,000 which the funds necessary ~Unicipality of Charles Purchase tile Charles assets of the Peo- Service Company. bearing an interest and one half percent subscribed for. Com the purchase of the which serves Char Ranson was handled 3 in Baltimore, of the assets to was $300,000, with of the $525,000 to / Charles Town to make and additions to SYstem. The bonds will from revenue received of the water hats already re- from the aia Public Service Com an increase on water two communities and is expected to go within the next 60 city has been author;- the rates as much of existing rates. headquarters for the OIL IS USED TELL dOt/E LOCAL TRADEMARKS, lw, Us naturally when recommends us Ask your they think of water company will be located in the Old Bakery Building on West Liberty street and work on renov ating the space to be utilized by the Water Company is nearly completed. J. Robert Cain, former county road supervisor has been namd manager of the town's new water company. The move to purchase the water system for Charles Town was initiated by the Charles Town Council some years ago with a special committee headed by Geo- rge "Flicker" Mullen and with Councilmen Joseph Warrenfeltz, Howard Sechrist and Howard Whitmore and city engineer A1 Hooper as members. HALL OWN By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Will Young of Bal timore, Md. were visitors Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mr. and Mrs. J.oseph Ranalli'ac companied by Linda Kirby, Bar- bara Kirby, Margaret Dodson, Dora Kees, Jennifer Gray, David Penwell and Allen Peacher were in Sunnyside, Va. Saturday where they attended the Pioneer Con. clave at the Presbyterian Church there. Mr. Jerry Cotta of Charles Town was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sons. Mrs. Richard Johnson of Lees- burg, Va. has been a recent visi- tor with the family. Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. and family were her granddaughters Marili Jo Ranalli of Millville, Debra Lee and Marta Grims of Charles Towm Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Black. ford of Bardane accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers mo- tored to Washington, D. C. on Sunday where they witnessed the Washington-Boston baseball game Master Bruce Bowers spent the day with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher while his parents were away. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughters Carla and Donna were dinner guests Mother's Day of Mrs. Gray's mother Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger in Winchester, Va. Miss Elsie Edwards visited Sat- urday with her brother-in.law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. David Periwell and family Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Penwell and family enjoyed, a "Cook-Out" Sunday afternoon at the home of the latter. Evangelistic Services A week of Evangelistic Services are being conducted at the Presby terian Church here, beginning -I HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va, ,- FRI. MAY 17 - 18 - 19 I. t~ll i, A C~ERBUn GIIIA PROOUCTION ONLY MAY 20 COLOR by DE LUXI! ~[tl~OPHo~tc SOUND - MONDAY - TUES. MAY 21 - 22 - 23 in Color MITCHUM ELEANOR PLUS :---CARTOONS PARKER through Sunday, May 21 tile ser- vice each evening beginning al 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Daniel D. Sulc pa~tor of lhe Bethany and Little Falls Presbyterian Churches near Martinsburg is tile preacher for these services. Mr. Sule will also preach at the regular morning worship Sunday, May 21 at 9:3(l a. m. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to attend these ser- vices. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Alt- on Muse and sons Timothy and Kenneth Mrs. David Penwell and daughter Judy, Mrs. Elwood Bow- ers and son Bruce and Mr. Tom- my Bowers visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and family in Bolivar Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ehner Wright and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. attended a Bri dal Shower Friday evening hon- oring their neice Miss Joan Strick ler who will become the bride of Mr. Robert Deavers, May 21 in the Burnt Factory, Va. Methodist Church, Misses Bonnie Carlisle and Helen Weir gave the shower at the home of the former near Berryvi]le, Va. Mrs. William tIoak, Mrs. Frank Simons, and son Michael visited ence Pope at the 1.ocus( (;rove Rest Itome in Bolivar Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Pope who has been quite ill tile past weel remains a bout the same at this writing. I)inner guests Me(her's Day of Mrs. Winerd Bowers anti sons were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bow- ors and family of Bolivar, Mrs. l)onald Frye