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............................. [ ......................................................................... Personal-Social Telephone Your News to 222 Miss Diane Sue Snyder , .cious refreshments were i a, e i2:L% !i tlann of Atlanta,,, (,a. spent part Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. S y- L* m, r U,#,, of last week with the formcr's dcr and daughter Venetia Mary MUSIC uegree rr0m wvu ,,,other Mrs. Mamie Itann (m Nor spent the weekend of Jun 4 and th Samuel Street. 5 in Morgantown, W. Va. attend- M.r Richard. B ..... Smith Jr of ing the commencement. . . exercises. : Berryville, Va. spent Saturday told at West Virginia Umverslty. afernoon with his cousin Mrs. Bernard C. Slhith and her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ()wens of Haymarket, Va. Mrs. Thomas L. Shull and dau- ghter, Mrs. Ruth Viands spent the weekend with Mrs. Shull's bro ther and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tumblin of Middle- Mr. Emery Kable and daughter ,Jean motored to Charleston, S. C. to visit lhe family of Lt. JG and Mrs. John F. Cruczo. Mrs. Kable returned with them having spent several~ weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, IA. JG and Mrs. John F. Crucza. George Beckwith, '55 class of burg, Va. Charles Town High School was a- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smoot Sr. mong those receiving his Master's of Clarksburg spent the weekend degree iff Mathematics at the Un- iversity of California in Los An- with their son and daughter-in-tgeles this week. law Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smoot and family. I Miss D(bbie Young spent Sat- I urday Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carper and with her grandmother Mrs. grandson of Shippensburg, Pa. Edward Young on North George spent last Sunday afternoon visit Street: ing Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Shreck. Mr. William Rice of Martins- for giri 6 through i2 yearz of lFraterniiy, lurer, Carol Hammond; Chaplain,]SPIRIT OF 5EFFER ON rnm zr.s age should contact Mrs. O.S. I Immediately following the grad Anne West; Drill Leader, Patricia 6--A THURSDAY, JUNE Bloom no later than .June 30. [ uation exercises, he and his par- i Ann Coulter; Love, Jeannie Rams ...... Entries for the Talent Contest[ents will tour NeWEngland States burg; Religion, Carolyn Brown; for boys and girls 6 through 12]where Mr. ttalvosa has relatives. ,Nature, Susan Bell; ImMortality, rk-~-''---'- V!L_L__ 'It'-- along with his wife will years of age should contact Mrs. I tie has accepted a position with Margaret Saville; Fidelity, Gall ~ll['|~Md~e [l||~H~ |0 Bart(ow Friday evening ....... ipate in the ceremonies James Watson no later than .June I ihe U. S. Patent office in Washing Fitzpatrick; Patriotism, Anne, " * atendance will be Mr. :;0. ]ton, D. C. as Patent Examiner and Owen McCormick; Service, Karla Attend Dedication 0f I Kitchen who is now s~ Tickets may be purchased from lplans to study law at American Kay Corbin; Confidential Obser-t ~ t. . Grand Master "of A~ any club member or at the door, I University this fall. ver, Paula Stokes; Outer Observer 25c children under 12 and 50c a-[ George was graduated from Vieky Blue; Musician, Sally Wat-' ~am~ ~ar[ow ~unGa~ Grand Lodge and will dults. ]Charles Town Itigh School, class son; Choir Director, Kitty Blue -- " l ipate in the ceremonie Edward L. Chrisman, Chancell-morning. Mr. Chrismal The Grand Review will be pres-lof 1956. land Mother Advisor, Mrs. Richard or Commander, Knights of Py- that as many members ented on Tuesday evening ,lul~Yl- ~ Adams. 18 at 8:00 o'clock at the charlesIC0nnle Ann Moler Is I thins of Charles Town Lodge No. will be in attenoance. Town ,Junior High School. [ [CHARLES BARKER GIVEN 131 announced Tuesday the Grand ~RANCIS FRYE C ~" Winners of the contest will re-i,, ~ . . P IPARTY ON 4th BIRTHDAY Lodge Knights of Pythias of W. LOCAL PE EM] LI ceive cash prizes [ n0n0r uraauale rr0m I --- " l ] Va. will hold at Barton, W. Va. a [ ----. -- '. "" ..... _._ [ [ Charles Barker celebrated h's dedication service Sunday, June] Newly elected ot I fourth birthday, Sunday, June 4, George Halvosa To Bakerton Grade School I with a party given in his honor atof 18' dedicatingat 10:30 EST,,campfOr theBartow,,purpoSeto EmployeeS'various districtsASS( ofria his home in Ranson. Charles re- the Grand Lodge, Knights of Py- Edison system which Receive Degree From Drexel Institute ceived many nice and useful gifts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sponsler, Mr. and Mrs. James Hough, Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman and two children, David and Michael, Mrs. Middy Bender and daughter Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Spurling and two child ren Cindy and Steve, Mrs. Emma Ingram, Susie Carson, Sherry .Whittington, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barker and daughters, Betsy and Margaret Faith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudon, Mrs. June Gray and son, Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Char les Barker and son Michael. Re- freshments of cake, ice cream, po- tato chips, pop and cookies were enjoyed by all. thias. This camp was purchased keley Springs, by the Grand Lodge and will be berland, Keyser, Martins renamed Pythian Recreation Cen Southern, were tre to be used by the members of ly. Francis Frye was the Knights of Pythias and their man of the Charles families, with Paige Jenkins as Mr. Chrisman who is a member man, Barbara of the Grand Lodge Home Board and Danny Staubs as THE TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA. BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER SERVED DAILY 19ROM 9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. MISS DIANE SUE SNYDER Miss Diane Sue Snyder, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Snyder of tligh Street, Charles Town, was graduated from West Virginia University on June 5 re- ceiving the Bachelor of Music de- gree. She was one of 1,386 grad- uates who received their diplomas at the University commencement exercises. A member of the Gum ma Phi Beta Sorority, she has al- so served as past president of the Music Educators' National Con- ference at the college. Miss Snyder has been appoint- ed to leach music in the elemen- tary schools of Jefferson County. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and daughter spent the past weekend with the formers brother and family Mr .and Mrs. Bill Smith, Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ambrose and daughter Jane Moore of "Pai- ghton" near town attended the commencement exercises at Greenbriar Military School Lewis burg, W. Va. over the weekend where their son Campbell is a stu dent. Mrs. Robert Wright of the Knott Rest tlome celebrated her 91st birthday last week. Out of town guests were her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Moore of Richmond, Va. and Mrs. L. O. Forqueran of Balti- more, Md. Also guests of the Rest Home participated in the party. Miss Ann Post of Lost Creek, W. Va. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Jefferson Avenue. Visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood were Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins and daughter Susan and son Bobby of Pittsburg vicinity. On Monday Mrs. Harry Swope and daughter Dora Lee and son Carl of Okeecho bee, Florida and Mrs. Mabel Hard ing of Engle, W. Va. visited them and on Tuesday Mrs. Modenia Mohler of Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lackey and son of St. Petersburg, Florida are visiting relatives and friends in Charles Town. Mrs. L.O. Forqueran, Baltimore Md. spent last week with Mrs (enna Knott Alger South Church Street. Mr. Robert R. Smith 3rd re turned home with his famil? Thursday from V. P. I. Blacks burg, where he has been a stu dent. Miss Josephine Kelley and Mis: Marsh Farley of Winchester, Va and Mrs. Edgar Smoot spent We( nesday in Washington, D. C where they attended the Stag. Play "Music Man". IA. JG and Mrs. J/ohn F. Gruc za announce the birth of a dau ghter on May 16th. The little Mis has been named Jennifer Black ford. Mrs. Crucza before marriag was Miss Nancy Kable. Mr. and Mrs. Turner H. Wilt shire and son George D. Wil shire, 3rd of Middleburg, Va. hay, been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joh~ F. Ambrose. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Carso~ Bradley, Charles Town announc the birth of a son Kenneth Phi] To Settle the Estate of the late Annie Virginia Sites, I will sell the Following PersOnal Property located at 208 West Congress Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Shaw Piano, G. E. Stove and Refrigerator, Universal Washing Machine, 2 Old Walnut Beds, Single Walnut Bed, Springs and Mattresses; Oak Bed, Dresser and Wash Stand; 4 Piece Walnut Bedroom Suite, Antique Cherry Chest of Drawers, Large Oak Buffet, 2 Oak Stands, Oak Rocking Chair, Hall Tree, Morris Chair, Wing Chair, 2 Occasional Chairs, Sectional Book Case, Towel Rack, 5 Porch Chairs, 2 Children's Chairs, High Chair, 10 Straight Chairs, Very Old Cradle, Stool, Console Radio (good conditiozr); Coffee Table, Antique Hand Painted Tray, Kitchen Pie Safe, Zinc and Wooden Tubs, Commode Chair, Electric Sweeper with attachments; Bissells Carpet Sweeper, 2 Ferneries, Old Bench, 3 Porch Screens, 10, 6, and 5-feet; Adjustable Electric Window Fan, Electric Heater, Sunbeam Mix-Ma~ter, 2 Electric Irons, Quilting Frames, Window Screens, Howel Brown Map of Jefferson County, Clocks, Lot of Pictures and Picture Frames; Oil Painting, Large and Small I~mps, Wash Bow~ and Pitcher~ Bed Pan, Basins, Gladstone Bag, Suit Cases, Curtain Stretchers, Ironing Board, Thermos Jug, 9x12 Woolen Rug, 9x12 Olson Rug, 9x12 Rug Pad, 9x12 Linoleum Rug, Miscel- laneous Wool and Rag Rugs, some hand made; Pillows, Bed Clothing including some Old Quilts, Feather Bed, Curtains, Dishes, old and new; Old Castor Set with Bottles; Kitchen Utensils, G. E. Toaster, Grill and Waffle Iron, Lot of Bot- tles, Jars and Crocl~s, Garden Tools, and Many Other Arti- cles too numerous to mention. TERMS::---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. JAMES D. SITES, ADMINISTRATOR. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. At the same time and place and on the same terms as the above sale, I will sell the Following Household Equip- ment:::--Mass Rose Tea Set, Single Walnut Bed, Three- Quarter Mahogany Bed, Springs and Mattresses; Dresser with Mirrors; 1 Occasional Chair, 2 Old Wicker Bottom Chairs, 1 Wicker Porch Rocker, Long Plate Glass Mirror, Bridge Lamps, Manning-Bowman Electric Percolgtor, Cake Plate with Cover; Miscellaneous Dishes, $ardiniers and l~lower Receptables; 9 x 12 Fibre Rug, Miscellaneous Small Wool and Fiber Rugs, Pair of Spring Scales, Shir~ Waist Box, Lamp Shades, Hoover Sweeper with attachments; Old Trunks, Curtains, Bed Clothes, Table Linen, Kitchen Utensils, Side Table, Electric Heater. J. C. ROBERTS Lunch Will Be Served by Ladies of the Summit Point Episcopal Church. June 15 - 2t. burg is a guest at the Knott Rest Home. Mrs. Alexander Cockey ,f Bal- timore, Md. has been recently vis iting with the Moore's on Mildred Street. She was accompanied home by Miss Mary Alice Moore who will visit her aunt for several weeks. Plans For Charles Town Grand Review Plans for the Charles Town Grand Review, sponsored by the ~harles Town Junior and senior Women's Clubs and the Historical ;ociety are well under way. " Entries for the Popularity Con est for boys and girls from 6 ~hrough 12 years of age should :ontact Mrs. James Gore'no later hun June 17. Entries for the Charm Review GEORGE HALVOSA George Halvosa, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Halvosa of Middleway graduates from Drexel Institute of Technology on Saturday, June 17, after completing the five year Cooperative course. He spent one year at Southern Methodist Uni- versity, Dallas, Texas and the re- maining four years at Drexel. He will receive a degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical engineer ing. He is a member of PI TAU Sigma Fraternity a national hen. orary Mechanical Engineering W Mrs. Lucy Penwell of near Charles Town and her two daughters--- Mrs. Evelyn Potts, of Falls Church, Va., and Miss Dorothy Pomeroy, of Arlington, Va., have purchased the Virginia Belle Beauty Salon, ~400 Columbia Pike, Arlington, Va. They held Open House for their new business on June 3. Mrs. Potts was manager of Albert's Beauty Salon in Fairfax, Va. Miss Pomeroy was employed at Helen's Beauty Salon, Cherrydald, Va., until taking over the Virginia Belle Shop. CONNIE ANN MOLER Connie Ann Moler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh W. Moler~of Bakerton was one of the honor students graduated from the Bak- erton Elementary School on May 29. She was presented a beautiful trophy for her outstanding achie- vement. She will be a student at Harpers Ferry High School this fall. Miss Barbara Coulter Installed As Worthy Advisor Rainbow Girls MISS BARBARA COULTER A special meeting of Charles Town Assembly No. 46, Order of Rainbow for Girls, was held May 21 for the Purpose of installing new officers. Barbara Coulter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coulter of Ranson was installed as Worthy Advisor. Barbara is a charter member-of Rainbow and graduated this Spring from Char les Town Senior High School where she received the Good~ Cit- izenship Award. Other officers installed were: Associate Advisor, Jane Speeht; Charity, Elizabeth Saville; Hope, Jane Mullen; Faith, Joy Hunt; Recorder, Doris Slaughter; Treas Ford Motor names John Dyks- tra president. I. B. M.'s sales and earning set new high. FRESH SEAFOOD EVERY FRIDAY SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET .... 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