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w~ . LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND IT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Deffered From Last Week Mrs. Arthur Kerr returned home the latter part of the week from Marlton, N. J. where she had spent several days visiting at the home of her parents the Roy. and Mrs. Horatio Chase and with .heir father who is a surgical pa- ; tient in a Philadelphia, Pa. hos- pital. Visitors on Sunday at the home Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove were the latters sister and bro- ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Anthony ;Aguiar of Baltimore, Md. Also isiting with them was their son Mr. Alton Grove of Leeto n. : Mr. James Gra ey returned on :Monday of last week from Wes- on, W. Va. to the home of his :mother Mrs. Kate Gracey. On Sun Iklay Mrs. Gracey had visiting with her son Mr. William Gracey Charles Town. Visitors on Wednesday of last ,week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fr, , Phone 47-F-032 Harold Hinten were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton of Ranson and the latters brother Mr. James Wit liams of Baltimore, Md. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and their family near Wheatland were the latters brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart John- son and their family of Front Roy al ,Va. Mrs. Harry C. Frazier returned to her home "Monte View" on Tuesday from Charles Town where she had spent the past sev eral days visiting at the home of her granddaughter Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children Bobby and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and son John spent Sunday picnicing at Gapland State Park near Wev- erton, Md. Mr. and Mrs Orville DeHaven had as their supper guests on HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. On Route 340---2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. THU. - FRI. - SAT. JUNE 1.2.3 JOHN WAYNE STEWART EWE KOVAGS EXTRA ! BONUS FEATURE SATURDXY "YOUNG JESSE JAMES" In Cinemascope Willard Parker - Merry Ander SUN.. MON.- TUES. JUNE 4-5-6 A WE SOLICIT YOUR SUPPORT IN BOLIVAR ELECTION TUESDAY, JUNE 6th. Believing that the Town BtLMvar Should Not be consolidated with Harpers Fer y and that Zon- ing would not be good for the Town, We Have De- cided To Be Candidates For the Various Public Town Offices:--The Roy. D. M. Hughes, for M yor; Robert Dunn for Recorder; and Paul Courtney, Ed- win (Buddy) Pope, Wined Dunn and Coleman Dunn for the Councilmanic Posts. May 18 and 26 Jur 1 to their high school career came to 27 James Bryan Gifft, Mary Lou Mahoney, Richard Ferry High School Thursday ev Lewis Bussard;; Second row (left to right)--Linda ening May 25 when they were presented their grad Mac Jackson, Brent E. Davidson, Janice Bonita uation diplomas at the annual commencement ex*Painter, John Edward Moler, Nancy Dianne Clev- ereises held in the high sehod at 8 p. m. ])ST. The enge~r,. Glenn Gary Wiltshire, Ann Celeste New- Commencement message was d~livered to the grad- comer, Harison E. Lanham, Betty Ann Sims. Back mates by Dr. Oliver S. lkenberry, president of Shop row (left to right)-- Raymond Leon Galloway, herd College. Diplomas were presented by Lowell Blake Owen Harrison, David Allen Jenkins, Donald H. Hetzel, a member of the Jefferson County Brent Hetzel, Mary EHzabeth Kidwiler, Charles Board of Education. Members of the graduating Stephen Wilt, John Edward Littieton, Glenn Th0- Class, two more than last year as shown in themas Cummings, Donald E. Davidson. One member above picture are: First row (left to right)--Judith of the class--Ruth Lorraine Hardy, was absent Anvil, George L Kidwiler, Vickie Lynn Jack* when the picture was taken. son, Leo Gary Shreck, Sandra Lee Rockenhaugh, Photo by Tim Sinn of last week the l Tuesday evening formers mother and brother Mrs. Brent DeH ven and her son Gray son, the occasion being the cele- bration of Mr. and Mrs. DeHav- en's natal anniversary. On Sunday they had visiting at their home Mrs. Beulah Parkinsen and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon Of Inwood, W. Va. Entertains At Pajama Party Miss Louise Shall entertained a group of friends at a pajama par- oty held at her home on Thursday evening. Those present to enjoy a pleasant evening were Ann Wy nn Childs, Mary Sue Snyder, Roma Liskey and Cheryl Starkey. Mrs. Ralph Dunn who has been on vacation for the past two weeks returned on Monday morn- ing to her duties at the J. C. Pen ney Company store in Charles Town. Mr. Earl McDonald who has been living at the home of his aunt Mrs. Oscar Brady moved the ] itter part of the week to the farm owned by Mr. Stanley Kel- ley near Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Shall and their infant daughter of Falls Church, Va. were guests over the weekend at the home of the for- mers mother Mrs. Thomas Shall and her family. Also visiting with her on Sunday were her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shall and their small son Scotty her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman St., her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chapman and their two daughters all of Berryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. W. Huff and family of Winchester, Va. The Rev. Arthur Kerr was a- mong the guests Who attended a reception held at the Zion Episco- pal Parish House in Charles Town on Wednesday evening of last week complimenting the Rev. and Mrs. Allen L. Bartlett Yr. The By Miss Llllian Myers Gave Birthday Pa ty Mr. and Mrs. George Glassford gave a birthday party Sunday aft- ernoon May 21 for their children Bobby and Patty. Those attending were Cindy and Dora Heidrich, Jimmy Padgett, Mike and Susie Buracher, Mike Miller, Jimmy, Gina and Tony GIassford, Russell and Bobby Graves, Gary, Joy and Barbara Sager, Herbie Snyder, Suzanne Myers, Martha Whitmer, Bonnie Glassford, Judy, Betsy and Cathy Walker, Loretta Grant, Mrs. S. C. Glassford of Summit Point, Mrs. Davey Hendricks, Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. Mick- ey Buracher. Mr. Frank Benner is a patient in the King's Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg where he under- went an operation last Friday. His many friends are glad to hear Pfc. Hickie Palumlm Participated In Army Training in Korea 1st Cav. Die., Korea (AHTNC)- Pfc. Nicholas W. Palumbo, son of Mr .and Mrs. Savine J, Palumba, Charles Town, W. Va., recently participated with other personnel from the 1st Division's 4th Cav- alry in an Army training test in Korea. Designed to deterimne indivi- dual and unit combat efficiency the test featured traifiing in ear ious phases of warfare against a simulated aggressor force. Palumbo, a gunner in the cav- alry's Company A, entered the Army in March 1960 and complet ed basic combat training at Fort Jackson, S. C. The 20 year old soldier is a 1950 graduate of Charles Town High School. Richard Lee Keiter Wins Graduate Assistantship In Chemistry At WVU Richard Lee Keiter, senior at Shepherd College, Shepherdstown has been awarded graduate assist antship in the department of che mistry at West Virginia Universt. iy, Morgantown, W. Va. Effective date was set for the beginning of the aacdemic year 1961-62, Dr. William R. Simpson, assistant pro lessor of chemistry and physical scienCeat Shepherd College, stat- ed in making the announcement. Richard, son of Mr and Mrs. George A. Keiter, Rt. 3, Winches ter, Va., is majoring in chemistry. He is also interested in mathemat ics, art, music, history and langu- ages. His hobbies and student in- terests include bowling, swim- ming and chess. Coast Guard Recruiter To Be In CSarles Town 2nd. Fourth Thursdays The United States Coast Guard has decided to move into Charles Town and Jefferson county in search of recruits, it was announc- ed this week. For the first time in the hist- ory of the Coast Guard, a recruit- ing station will be opened in the basement of the Postoffice build- ,. SGT. LEONARD C. NICELY aBnounced Last week from battalion headquarters in Fairmont that Staff Sergeant Leonard C. Nicely of Prospect Avenue, Charles Town, is the win nor of competition held by the National Guard artillery battalion to determine its representative for the Oakey L. Patterson Cup award as the Outstanding Sold- ier of the West Virginia Army National Guard. As the battalion he is getting along nicely, ing in Charles Town and a reg-. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cook moved ular recruiting officer will come to Charles Town last week. He to Charles Town the second and has sold his home to Mr. Welty fourth Thursdays of each month. who will move there with his Young'men between the ages mother this week,, of 17 and 26 ar ' t0 Medic John Weller visited his Coast Guard enlistment with the mother Mrs. Leola Weller recent- enlistment period being four Dr. and Mrs. John Potter and SPIRIT OF JEFFERsoN 2---B THURSDAY, b "America Is A Better America-Thanks To "I want my Momv. She's out again another one of those long trips around to pay bills." IT'S REALLY NOT NECESSARY CAN BE MAILED SO EASILY. MOM SHOULD OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH uSi: Member FDIC Federal Reserve PHONE 10 ly. He has been promoted to ILMI years. since returning to his base at It was also announced that the New River, N. C. He was very un- Coast Guard has a veterans on- fortunate to displace a vertebra listment program whereby inter- in his back and is now in the hos- estecl young men with prior mil. BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) pital paralyzed from his waist itary service can be accepted even down. though they may have passed the 26-year limit. winner SSgt. Nicely will enter the small son Jeffrey have returned final competition to be held at to their home in Cleveland, Ohio Camp Pickett, Va. to determine after having spent last week with the State's outstanding soldier, his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive The battalion competition was Myers. held at Camp Dawson on May 14 Mrs. Harry Henderson has re- each of the five batteries entered turned home after having been one representative. The soldiers a patient the past two Weeks in Middleway 4,H Club Purchases Ci rs For Community Center ~r rJ To settle the Estate of the late J. I. Triplett, Jr., I the following Persona~ Property, located North of Shepherdstown, W. Va., on known as the Wild Goose Farm, in Jefferson - Reverend Mr, Bartlett entered were judged on military appear- The University Hospital, Char- ............. stand, W nut Cradle, Large French Bed, 2 = Upon his duties at Zion Church on once, knowledge of basic military lottsville, Va. Her many friends M mateway t:limoers s-r Mahogany Dining Table with 8 Chairs; ~al~ May 1st he and his wife and small subjects and current events, or- .... luo met at me home of narcia .... .. are glad to know she is improved ................. Table, Mahogany Bureau Desk, 2 French .! rlvs ,, ........ ltnea ttutntora, May son Christopher moving here at ganization of military forces, corn- uuuuuy oruuauavcn who ............ Boudoir Chairs, Library Table, 8 Victorian Side xne meeung was cauea to or - that time fr0mtheir former home mand ability, close order drill, still m West Vlrgima Natlona! der b th ...... " in Alexander City, Ala. weapon marksmanship and drill Guard Reserves will join his unit _ y_ e t'resmenr; arry Back Chair Windsor; 6 Reed Bottom Dining ", Mrs. Robert Light and children attendance, zor" lntenslve ..... gana:_Atter a riet usiness. _ _ meet 4 Oval Tables, Several Chest of Drawers, ~utti~ " l lCKett, va. next weeK. ~ . . , .... . . Bobby and'Lifida' ndLouis ShuII ssgt. Nicely has een a mem- " ............. ,,-- ..... - ...... ., _,...,., uountymg me Healtngr0up practicedDay, wnicnfr wasthe Luggage Racks, 11 x 18 Oriental Rug, Four 5x.7~ attended a birthday party held bet of Battery B, 1st Howitzer xv, . arga, ,.ucas ann cram- held ............ Ru s, Mantel Clock, Mahogany Dresser, Several - may at the t ommunzty .. fott P$ e mite control on Saturday afte o0n by and Battalion, 201st Artillery since have r.eturned to their home Sets including Brass Andirons, Fenders and Tools; " .._ Mrs. Wo0drow. Adams of IUppon November" 1955 and is urrently in Monroe, Va. after having spent ........ Iron Candle Sticks, Mahogany Extension Table, WrO in honor of the birthdays of their assigned as a wire section chief .... ,,xX..son rec " " ~ .... Hall Tree, Glass Vanity, Bedside Tables, Maple St 5 ; GUARAN EE children Frankie and Debby He is employed by the 'Bank of and Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt[ ...... ... . " Two 5 Piece Bedroom Suits (modern); 4 Piece LiV~ .- g, elvlng a ozue rlooon .... ,,;H~ tzr.~,oh;,... Tnlra place rlDDOn on posture ,. A@ dnst F ture Termite Dama@e Adams. The party was held at the Charles Town and is a graduate lSS ................. c .... . - : Roller Rink ear Berryyflle, Va. i of Charles Town High School (19- Little Michael Buracker caught [ tourm place on attendance Suite (modern) ; Lamps, Coldspot Deep Freeze, Frigid s also won ' oje Med: lttionaHy by over 1800 huall4f where the youngsters enjoyed an[ 57) r rried to Suzanne F. Nicely his arm in the ringer on the wash [ ..... . trtl Stove, Frigidaire Automatic Washer, Bendix lng machine and severly injured ........... , afternoon of skating and later land is the son of James F. and .... Tne uIU purchased 12 chairs Home Ironer, Hamilton Beach Mixer, Hamilton " free kespecllon were served delicious refresh-ILouise E. Nicely. also of Char- ...... ,.,,^.. zor ne ommunlty enter wnicn Cleaner, Hall Chair, 8 Piece Reed Porch Furnt~ xsx~ asatzu aaxu atilt, xlu WCt:~ t~lt~u I h~dv~ o -- ~. _ oeen oenverea { mentsbY Mrs. Adams. lies Town. -- to a Martinsburg hospital for -h . _ ,.. H~tmper, Baby ][~ed, Books. Pictures, Frames, "Syl~ " Miss Joann Burch was an over-[ "= ....... .......... public meeting at Middleway Power Saw, Royal~ Typewriter, Drapes, , .... Battery B presently holds the . I x: e next meeting wilt De a Inch T. V., good condition; Trunks, Sleigh, 2 EleCt~ CHARLES TOWN 47 nlght guest on Frlday at the home P ,ttpr nn CHn ear b~bin, thp r r. and Mrs. t, ranvme met-, ......... _ _ ~: I~ ............. ~" ......... o ---- emOalSt unurcn, June 23 . CAL REPRESENTATIVE of Mzss Barbara Shull and on Sat ]State's Outstandin- Sotdier for cer of Arlington, and Mrs. [ Davenport, Swivel Chair, Wheel Chair, File C bi ' urday the two girls enjoyed a n,n d h V. Robert Mross, Jr., of Marti sburg ~ Bells,' High Chair, W~ffle Iron, Coffee POt, ( 0ok ,g " NlCaY ......................... ....... " SUPPLY CO., INC ISlghtseezng trip tOWashingt P' D' Lirx 'a . . ..o won this .... award last .year, he spent the weekend withMr, andI PlllPPd iv i JL.BIr vme 2 ice Buckets, QuantitY of China, Cdass re, ,, d' " C m de in company wlth a ttr [ " " i :" .... ".4 esides in Martinsburg, and M. Mrs. Robert Cross. [ . M vvba " ion group.* . [Sgt. Lawrence R Kerslmer, a for- " Mrs. Mary Grayson has return ['i -- m , C ass Minton, Haviland, Spode, Venetian;: Q ntit Y 114 South George St. Charles Town, W. Va. [ Messrs. Randolph Furr m mbe *be ed h0meafter having sPent the 0n01$$oe 101mpr0e ling and Plated Silverware (approx. 250 pi~eSt " 'I Earl McDonald of Mi.d .eway n'in'1957 .............. " past three weeks with_ her sister l , prh m, Kirk, Sheffield Plate; Mirrors, Odd .C~ i i [coml ny with Mr. ann MrS, [ ...." .... _ Mrs. Pa eYsville. Linens, Bed Clothing, and Other Articles that [vi Magaha of Charles-Tow | . : . , ul Miller at Keam Water S Proms to mention. f'UULIU ALk spent Sunday attending a h0r elto ee|ve wool by 7!00 A. M.E. * L sfloW held near Rockville, r. and they are asking that all Chnic Will .+. $350,/)00 bond issue to fi- TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until " Mr. Shelby Longerbeam of [ consignors have th'eir wool in by nance improvement and, enlarge- Mo ng to Washington, D. C., I will sell the Fol- washington, D. C. spent the week 12:00 noon, E. S.T. AtWrlnht lk mu I men[ of Pureellville's water and MILLER AND THAll~E, Auctioneers. " end visiting MI:. The wool will be graded at the Vlr'V" 3 sewer systems won 124 to 17 ap- HENSELL AND MORELAND; Clerkg./ .. lowing Personal Property located 7 miles West of and Mrs. cliftbhLohger and Apple Pacl 'in'g Plane at Bardane. ,,, , . I Proval in a referendum here on LEE BUSHONG, Exe ] ThurSday Charles Town, W. Va., a,t Middleway, W. Va., on their family. , " Persons consigning wool are re- Y Of the total approved $240,000 M 0I M0flt + Y a.m. +. OF J. t TRIPELTT, Jlt. 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1961 Mr and Mrs. John Glassford minded it is very important do [ of Wiltiamport, Md. have announ a good job preparing tho wool for A a in clinic will be held will o for Water Improvements, red g t " at WH Penn School be inn he $110,000 for work at the BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. (D. S.T.) cod the birtk of an eight pound i market. Wool growers qre urged ght y ' g - daughter born on* Sunday morn, j to' keep wool dry and lean and ing 3une 5, 1961, and ef ding July I sewage disposal plant and new At the sa e time, place and terms, to settle the HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. ing, May 21st. The new arrival is to separate the tags from the rest 14. Cbild n needing, snecial train I sewer lines The issue will be paid -~ "~ ~ " , the late Bertha D. I~mon (in Early Afternoon) Norge 20-ft. Deep Freeze, Norge Electric Stove, fourth child and the third deu, of the wool and keep tl~em spar- ing in language artsa above Grade [ offzm rovementsbY revenues produced by the Sell THE FOLLOWING:-- ghter in (he Lfdmify. Mr. GIassfo d I ate. It is also suggested that re- 3 are eligible to ttend. The pur- t P tents. Norge Refrigerator, Kenn ore Washing Machine, Din- 4 Poster Bed, Secretary Desk, Cl ise. Loun~ erie Set, 3 P ece Living oom Suite, Perfection Oil is the son of Mr .and Mrs. S. C. ]jects be kept separate and that pose of the summer clinic is] Ghs ord. " ' : .............. fli w00I be*pack t as tightly romedial rather than promotional, i DresSing Table, Nested Tables, IVboden Bm er, Two 3-Piece Bed Suites, 2 Emi Tables, Each class will last one l our, I ~l!gffU~ii~ / v' lffOI 2 Motorola Televisions, TyPewriter Stand, 2 Coffee - . l s ib!ein thewoot bags. Quantity of China and Glassware, including I}, mlS,dA,, i The condition of the wool will classes will meet Monday tflrough I .: _ _ " _ Goblets and Sherbets, Decanters, Cruets, Ink I Tables, Table Stand, What-Not Stand, Rocker, Floor llt r$ liCL ll not only affect the way it will be Friday for six weeks. The fee will I ~t~} F~I' hlnl~ in ~ Holders, Custard Dishes, Champagne Glasses, Lamp, 3 Lamps, Day Bled, Stuffed Chair, 2 Lawn .. ........ ] graded this~ year but will affect bc thirty dollars for the six week I v~ ~v~ ~qv ~ v ~ Some I-~viland a4nd Limoge China, Some Sterling Chai , Glider, Power Laden Mower, Roto Tiller with W001 I the willingness of buyers to pick term. Mrs. Dorothy W, Conklyn I , , ~ n-- Boudoir Chair, Rocking Chair, Bed Pillows, C Attachments, and Otheri Articles too numerous to ........... our wool years to come. will teach the groups, i cemer IS t.ancellea mention. , I I.,i... s, -- I Growers will be paid on the Any child outside Wright Den-[ ser, Cooking and Kitchen Utensils, and Other ,June I,$ eereene ] following basis: For clean tied ny School should bring his read- [ The Strawberry festival ached- are not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH. N thing to be removed until I wo01 $. 58 per lb., light burry ing records and scores when ho]uled for June 10 at the Bardane settled for. The wool consigned by Berkel-I woOl $.50 per lb., rejects $.44 per en oIls. Children may e roll on [Community Center as a benefit LEE BUSHONG, ey and Jeffei, soi County WooI] lb. and tags $.12 .per lb. Monday, June 5", fror 9 to o'[Droject for the Community Con. OF BEREHA D. L~ ,] G. B. RUSSELL rowers to thelocal pool has been ] i, -: clock at Wr.igl4t School. I ter improvement fund, has been The schedule df classe will be 1cancelled it was announced this Lunch Will Be Served By the Ladies , H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. sold: The vool Will be assembledI Saud 0sf2a-cized by brothers in arranged immediately after, and ]week by Mrs. R. A. Hockensmith, R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. and graded on Tuesday, June 13] Saudi Arabia. Of the Shepherdstown Fire Company. 2di , at Bardane. [ parents will be notified. For fur- I general chairman of the drive to Mahogany Tombour Desk, 4 Poster Chippendale Style Single Beds with Box Pineapple Bed, Maple Spool Bed, Steinway Baby Sideboard (Hepplewhite); Needle Point Bench, Clock (Signed by Gilocrt and n)ade in Cathedral Mantel Clock, Walnut Wardrobe, Curl~Y terior with Mirror Doors; 2 Walnut Bookcases,