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Telephone Announce Engagement Judith M. Jenkins To Mr. Lewis Atkins JUDITH M. JENKINS Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Jenkins of Summit Point announced this week the engagement of their dan ghter, Judith Marjorie to Mr. Lew" is Atkins, son of Mrs. Ethel At- kins of Ranson. The wedding will take place next Spring after Miss Jenkins, now a senior at Charles Tdwn High School is graduated. Mr. Atkins is a graduate of Charles Town High and is now employed at the A. & P. store, CovaltBamh t- - "- Engagement Announced Mr .and Mrs. Bernard Barnhart, Needmore, Pa., announce the en- gagement of their daughter Linda to John Covalt, Jr., son of Mr .and Mrs. John Covalt, Sr. Needmore. Miss Barnhart is a graduate of Southern Fulton High School class of 1959 and is now a student at the York IIospital School of Nursing. Mr. Covalt is a graduate of Sou thern Fulton ttigh School, class of 1958 and is attending Shepherd College,,,~ Shepherdstown, W. Vs. majoring in physical education. A wedding date has not been set. Do,'~ooo~",rJ-.,~P,~-- - - - . PE RSONALS I rofessor and Mrs. Carl Henkle from New Philadelphia, Ohio spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs en- tertained their children with a pic nic dinner at the Martinsburg Me morial Park on Sunday: Mrs. Robert E. Lee Metz of Berryville, Vs. is spending this week with her son-in-law and dan ghter Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mol er, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walker of 4th Avenue spent the weekend in IIarrisonburg, Vs. Mrs. Harry Lee Boxwell spent Sunday night with her mother and sister Mrs. Thomas Shull and Mrs. Ruth Viands. Mrs. Richard Smith and Mr. Mason Smith of Berryville, Vs. sis [ted Miss Ella Smith last Wednes- day. Mr .and Mrs. J. E. Saville spent a few days last week in Atlantic City, visiting their daughter Mary Louise and Elizabeth who have summer employment at the beach. Mrs. Saville also attended the Nat ional Education Association Con- vention which was in session at that time. Mrs. C. S. Shoemaker, Mrs. How ard Myers and Mrs. H. H. Hunter all of Charles Town and Mrs. O. L. Wilt, Harpers Ferry have re- turned from Ocean City, Md, where they spent the past week. Mrs. Dorcas Lucas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O~car Stoneberger has been visiting her parents for the past two weks. Mrs. Lueas's sister Mrs. Earl Queen who lives in Jacksonville, Florida will visit her parents next week a~ld take Mrs. Lug-as back with her for a vis i = m O BLUE RIBI dJ::g Your News to it. Mrs. Ralph Whitmore and child ten and Miss Diane Miller spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ambrose. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd, Miss Nannie Beavers of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. George Mfl ton of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. George Kearns, Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway of Boyce, Vs. were sup per guests Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hummer of Summit Point. Miss Donna Marie Walker spent the weekend with her grandpar- ents Mrs. Thelma Cornell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger of Har- pers Ferry. Mrs. Naomi Barrow, Bunker Hill a clerk for the General Tele phone Co. is on her annual weeks vacation. Sunday visitors with the Slush ers and Wilson, Rose Hill Farm, Leetown were Mr. and Mrs. An- drew Fischer and son Greg and Mrs. Charles Bowers of Pittsbur- gh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ash wood, Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Geae Jackson, Martinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson Jr. of ~lerar town. Tuesday visitors wer~e and Mrs. Millard Edwards and son Jimmie and Miss Lois Ann Brewer of Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shirley and daughters Angelica and Jarm of Crestwood, Missouri are visit ing Mr. Shirley's brother, Mr. Thruston Shirley at his home on South Samuel Street. Mr .and Mrs. Vernon Boozer of Catonsville, Md. spent the past weekend with Mrs. Boozer's par- ents Dr. and Mrs. John L. Van Metre at their home on S. Geo- xge St. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Coyle af Charleston, W. Va. are spending some time at Roxley, the Coyle home on the Leetown Road. i f i Warrenfeltz, H. Whitmore and R. R. Steeley. Accounts-Roy Steeley, T. A. Whitacre, H. H. Lehman and H. L. Sechrist. Market House-H. H. Lehman, Richard Funk, R. Steeley, H. Whit more. Petitions- Joseph Warrenfeltz, Richard Funk, ~. Mullen, H. L. Seehrist. SanRation-H. C. Whitmore, T. A. Whitacre, R. Steeley and Jos- eph WarrenfeRz. Peoples Supply Grain Plant Damaged By Fire The grain-drying plant of the Peoples Supply Company of Char les Town, was put out of produc- tion ~or a comparatively short time Saturday when a fire broke out in the grain dryer about 10:30 ao me Clouds of smoke were billowing into the sky when volunteers of the Charles Town Citizen's and In dependent Fire Companies arriv- ed on the scene, but within an hour the firemen had the blaze under control without serious 'damage to the plant. Officials of Peoples Supply, own ed and operated by Joseph War- renfeltz said the fire was caused by heat in the plant becoming so intense it melted some of the elec trical wiring. Al#dut' 300 bushels of barley were being processed in the dry- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Kidwiler Keller Chapel of Engle was the scene of a lovely June wedding Tuesday evening, June 6 at 7:30 p. m. when Miss Donna Gageby, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Gageby of Engle became the bride of Mr. Kenneth E. Kidwiler son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kid- er-plant at the time the fire broke out. The dryer-plant adjoins the main building of Peoples Supply. wiler of Engle. POTOMAC GARDEN CLUB TO The double ring ceremony was PICNIC WED. SULY 12th performed by the ReD. Harold MeClay before a background of The annual~ of the Poto- white gladioli, palms and lighted mac Garden Club will be held at candles. The windows were decor the home Of Dr .a~ Mrs. J. H. ated with a single candle and pink Morris on Wednesday, July 12th and white peonies. at 5 p. m. Eeach member is re- Preceding the ceremony Mrs. quested to bring sandwiches, a Shirly Dopson of Engle gave a man Ronald Kidwiler, his bro. ther. The ushers were Daniel Dop son of Engle and George I. Kid- wiler of Bakerton. The bride's mother wore a blue and white dress with white access cries. She wore a corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a lavender and white dress with white accessories. She wore a corsage of white carnations: Immediately following the cere mony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The three-tier wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Margaret Gageby aunt of the bride. Mrs. Velma Ga- geby, sister-in-law of the bride, Mason.Malone Rites Solemnized July 1 In Charles Town Church The marriage of Mrs. Marguer- ite P. Malone, daughter of Mrs. Ruth D. Porter and the late Frank Porter, Charles Town and William E. Mason, Martinsburg, W. Vs., son of the late A. C. and Laura B. Mason, took place 6:30 p. m. July 1, 1961 in the Charles Tawn Bap- tist Church. The Rev. Russell Ur- quhart,'Minister, performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with yellow and blue daisies. The bride wore a blue lace street length gown with matching accessories in blue. Her corsage was of blue and yellow daisies. The pearl necklace she wore was a gift from the groom. Mrs. Woodrow Rutherford, Charles Town. sister of the bride was her only attendant. She wore a street length gown of white with blue accessories. Her flowers were blue daisies. Norris Orndorff, Martinsburg, W. Vs., son-in-law of the groom served as best man. Mother of the bride, was attired in a street length gown of egg- shell with lavender accessories and an orchid corsage. Only the immediate families at tended. Following the ceremony, a buf let supper was given by Mrs. Ruth erford. The groom is employed at Stun dard Lime and Cement Company Martinsburg. The bride is a book keeper at Nichols and Stuck Drug Store, Charles Town. For a wedding trip through Tenn. and Kentucky, Mrs. Mason chose a beige dress, hat and shoes. The couple will reside at Sec- ond Ave. and Preston Street, Char les Town. Following the rehearsal on Thursday evening a party was giv en by the bride's mother in the church recreation room. - FROM PAGE ONE Guests of Mr and Mrs G K "sh r dessert , . ' ." = covered di o program of nuptial music and served the punch.Miss Mary Em- wysong over the past weeKerm played the traditional wedding ma Kidwiler, sister of the groom ing and other special entertain- were their children Mr. and Mrs. ~ t u~, ~ -- Harry James Cain Jr .and their ~S ~ ~C~n marches, was in charge of the guest book, ment which the management had children Skipper, Candy and Tom Given in marriage by her father with Mrs. Patricia Henkes, sister arranged for July 4th. my of Hagerstown, Md., Mr. and Dr|,~ A~ ~e~n~ the bride wore a ballerina gown of the bride, taking care of the In addition to the program of Mrs. G. K. Wysong Jr. and their I!JLG MI iflfGaiGaJll~i~lll of white silk organza with a lace gifts. Mrs. Betty Kidwiler and 12 races, there were also two spee daughter Patricia of Arlington ............ bodice and a shoulder length veil. Mrs. Dorothy Butler also assisted, ial races on which there was no Vs. and Mr. and Mrs. William S. ~amra.ay, June za ,me jumor She carried a white Bible with a Mrs. Kilwiler was graduated pari-mutuel wagering, plus a band Wysong and son Billy of McLean, and Senmr.Hlgh bna~drs ~fh.~l:ts white orchid and white satin from Harpers Ferry High School concert and other features. The Va Town commnea u . streamers. Her only jewelry was in 1954 and Shepherd College in crowd began moving into the Mrs Nanc,, Wilson has ret, ~" ion of John Pestun and they mot- a pearl choker. 1958. She now teaches Physical track around noon and it was a- _ . ". .~ ..... 2.~"" ored to Westernport, Md. where Miss Nancy Gageby, sister of Education at Charles Town Jun- bout 7:30 before they left for ea to ner nome in ~IKInS utter ..... .:^,_..^~ ;_ .,.. --a"d ........ they v~utl~lv~tt~u., uz~ s.. the bride, was maid of honor. She [or High School. " home. wsitmg Mms V~rgmmRMer at her feature parade of the annual wore a pale pink silk dress with Mr. Kidwiler was graduated The All-Star Bakerton baseball home on South Samuel St. I"Blue Angel Week" matching aceessori~, She carried from Harpers FerDr High School, .game played at ~Bak~tonTuesday Mr. and Mrs. Augustine J. Todd I The Ch~arles Token High Band a nosegay of pink c~m~tions, in 1954. He is stationed at Fort afternoon ali~~eco~l,a~owd of Washington, D. C. and Clear. [made a sharp appearance in the Little Karen Gageby, niece of Jackson, S.C. of some 30 fans. 0nly the big water, Florida spent several days varade performing with precision the bride, was flower girl. She They will reside at 2730~6 Cy- wrestling show staged at the Leg- last week at their home onSouth land exactness and it was a might ]wore a blue nylon dress and car- press Street, Columbia, S. C. until ion field Tuesday night fell down Samuel St. Ily proud group of boys and girls] ried a basketr of pink rose petals. Fall when Mrs. Kidwiler will re- in attendance, with the rains com Mr. Harry Lewis Langdon of|who brought back to Charles The g corn chose as his best turn home to resume teaching.., theing jUStmatchesabOUtcontributingStarting timeto thefr Houston, Texas spent the Fourth ~ Town big'second prec. " " " reduction in the number that turn of July weekend with his Darents { This was the band s first parade 'ed out. Dr .and Mrs. Harry Langdon at of the Summer season. their home on S. Samuel ~t. The American Legion Victory l~HE WEATHER AND OTHER All stores, county, state and fed eral offices were closed for the Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend Post No. 153 set aside the week of ] CKEST8 JT of soot, samoo t,e ,.-e l ,ooe to hooo, ,.o, .__. lliL[ day as were industries of the eoun ty which kept only the necessry guests over the past weekend all own championship Blue Angels, of their children, The 'Reverend Drum and Bugle Crps" I By Mrs" Gergia Pearl skeletn crews at wrk" and Mrs. John D., Alfriend with The judges of the contest were their children, Emily, Peggy and members of the Pennsylvania ' School Board Lucy of Boydton; Virginia; Mr. Ctiapter of the All-American Jud [ Weather: Very dry ,and hot. i,M, rs. Sarah C~re,tt. , FROM PAGE ONE and Mrs. James C. Bryan and ges Association. ~We reaily need raln., vegetation . ~. and Mrs. W,~!!ia~,. W.~l:t. wereh children, Jimmy, Anne and Bet- There were many outstanding] ris " . one week s t vasRors reae~zVly w,~n me~r a~ug - pe hmg. ~ pus s school equip~went to the sey, Springfield, Pa. and Mr. and units participating in the parade. d ter a,-xd family. Mr. ann zwr. Monday mormng, cool aRd clot y ............ 1" Moore Realty Company of Charles Mrs. Robert A. ,Kimbrough and Many of themwere state and nat [~bout all day Tuesday, heavy fog ~;r~ .n~.e ~nge~o, o~ ~lmas,n~ ~, children Lisa, Bobby and Johnny ional champions and some have |~nd ~loudy. very huraid, suns~ne[vrrgmm- ....... Town. of- Madison, ,~,)sconsin. Other made TV appearances. The units fresher scarce, Wednesday, rather] ~zove T,O 1rgmla . The board also authorized guests of the .~Ifrien~s over t l~,_ participating traveled from var-I humid in early morning and la~er ], Mr. ~nd (IV~rs.,bur ~a)rdirzg School Superintendent T. A. Low- weekend were Mr. I~imbrough!s ious parts of West Virginia, Vir-|a wee shower, *em pem~ture elimb-lWhO nave ma~e rne~r @lae_~..oi cry, accept the low bid from | ing and ,landed a,t 800, i,f possible I o, bode ~or ~he years ~,n one 9~ r, ne Goode Brothers Garage for two brother and si~ter-in-law Mr. and gin[a, Pa. and Maryland.. . [.hang avomad :a good shade tree. Pearls Cottages, moved Sa,xrao,v bus chassis; and the low bid of Mrs. William I~:imbrough and son All units were juagea on m-[Thursday very sultry m early o a home he purchases near the Superior Body Company for Billy of Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. spection of uniforms and appear- ] morning sunsMne, temperature Love~tsv~lle. Vs. two bus bodies. Cant Thon~ls Stokes U S May ance, marching and maneuvering t~,,~.,.i=:' ~nd a~ 2"30 "~ m 890 Hold Stanley Party /~u'~ '~ ~ ' #" ,t . - " ed a = " "~ "~ .... ?~ " " e f t [,gardens Ioo~ng rather sickly and a Mrs. A~me W~,t . I Miss Jacqueline Hughes of Shep ine Corns, a~'rived 0n Tuesday drnmmmg, music, general f ec ,- -v - , | little shower in late wight, Friday ,Stawley party at her :home. ann herdstown, who recently was a- and time from Oceans~ie, California to join [,morning very aaumid, nok .a leaf those larese~ :were: ~trs. ~eme warded the West Virginia legisla his family ~t the home of Mrs... .o. ~,= A., /mov~v~g temperature reav2~ed 920, ] eden, M~s. ~.aulin~e Oft, Mrs. ,~_~r- tiv ~scholarship from Jefferson Stokes parents, Mr .and Mrs. Ar- Nt~W ~|[~ ~O[R{~ LIT l~y morning very, very close garet Hos~ler~ndson Ke~ny, Mrs. thur L. Glover at their home on .......... 1' ........... ] ~nd en~ther ~ot day ,and here we Sarah Turr~er ~nd daughter Dar- County, notified the board that S. Samuel St. Thgy will spend ~,_ g~k,,,,dk I,--t--H~J | vre, tempera, ture 970 with us tene, Mrs. Jomice/rI~stler, ~lrs. Ida she desired to withdraw from the ].along ehe Brae Radge, Sunday an- Mac Laxlel and son,~v ,scholarship offer so that she part of this mo~nth with Capt.- Sto- I-|UH ~~ Ii~l~ | other very very ho~ sultry day 1 Vivgima Wii~ and d~,ugRter ~ 05" :might ben free to concentrate her kes' parents AdmLral and Mrs. [~bout 2:60 p. m._ ~vy c]~u~ [:I~u ,and sc~a Lee, ~rs. ~lviu L~n= [studies in the fields of chemistry, Murray Stokes at their home, Mt. Recently the new officers of the ]~ataxer stoemy tfl(~i~g, scale oixe e, tster ~n.d ~d~gl~r ]~l~ne,d~l~ science and mathematics. Hammond near town. Women of Zion Epi~opal Church | got a good vain, bu, t ~f ,they did taxe ['Mrs. "~,~emm ~uos axm ra~o - The board then awarded the for 1961-62 were installed at the {.leaves begin to move and cool air [ onetrutar Mrs. BillY Dt~P.e scholarship to Miss Judy Anvil, a tl .... g*--- II--J T- l!J 11 a. m service. They are: Presi-/wa~ ,coming in. the hea~est ~vaf-I Aden. Room ~ .t~a~ma . student of Harpers Ferry High ~ U~I~[] l~ AtO dent, Mrs. P. H. B. VanTol; vice ]f'io on Route 9 for some time I W~r. ~e@ne aaas jv~r vo~al~er, e~ School, who had been previously . . president, Mrs. S. D. Licklider;t - v e " to Ch ch ' l anot~er room ~e added to ,the The flmshing ,touch ~aas ,been ] ~,~e ~nd it veailv adds an ~t- named by the board as a alternate Athletic FieldU t secretary, Mrs. Cyrus W. Moler; ,mpro em n, ur ..... .~XXe ~, ,t.. ~zd =rs .... ~"= .... ~ ....... for the award should Miss Hughes , ' ~" treasurer, Miss Margaret Jackson; added to *he ~terior of ,the Chest- ]~trae-'~'~ to the ex~'mge. A hum- [ not accept it. . ~, ~ a ---- United Thank Offering Custodian :rmt !Hill te odist ChUrch: 1t; ~s [rber Of ranch homes ~e ,built on runa to .e Awam~ MrS.retary,JOhnMrs.S. Alfrfend;Appell;SUpply Sec very ~ve, nard'ly seems l~OS- [ .this,,PutlerSi,e,~hoOneeis r~o~v~WiXedw~th 'by Major ][ |vl|L4;SS ~*~" Robert Ed- slble *lint ~ere ~ 'be suc ~. ,his 'Rmily --. Ralph .... Pete Hahn, president ucational Secretary, Mrs. E. L. Mc .ctff~erenc~, *he churon was built [ m C~rmany E'IIM 'I of the charles Town Senior High Donald, Jr.; Christian Social Re- flf, ty-~our yem's a~o, just a ~V~rs ~ Garret.t, Mrs. Geor- I FROM P GE ONE Booster Asseciation, announced lations secretary, Mrs. Paul Flea ~i~tle ,~urttry ch.urch, i~. ~os.e days ~ gia Piper, ~r. C. N. Ha~k ~nd ~he wails were ,pmsmred, ~u~ snee~ I l~r Joka ~mvk ~nd M,r. Herman Miss Lucas is always on call and this week that'the jaew Chevrolet gle, ChUrch Periodical SecretalT; rock has taken *he place @rid ~ [ ~7~,r~tt were visitors ~unda.v wath can be counted on to show up at car now bqing used to help raise 'Miss Elizabeth K. ~Wysong, Devot. much hirer ~ft~sh, ,all new ,paan,]~tr~ Jessie Wel*b at her h'~e 3 a. m. to help a young service- money for the lighting pro~ct for ionalSecretary, ~,iss Katheril)e t~e ~ews ax-decomted, ,floor minded ] ne'ar ~rs Ferry W. Vs. 'l~hese the new high scl~0~ athletic field, [ Baylor, h~te~, Mrs. John L. Van- ~nd a~eamaful fi,~ and *he final ].f, olks h~ve been ol~i time ~riends man with a probldm. A native of Charles Town, Miss will be awal'ded La!bor Day. Han$[ Metre, Chapter LeaderS, rMrs. F. wln '.be ~ n~W carpet, ~nd with ],fdr m~r~y yeurs ,and ~* was a ~reat Lucas was the daughter of Dr. said originally thee organizatiob]C. Weller, Mrs. Charles Kelican, ~hat .~?cn "it wtH ~m very o~ea~-],pleasure o meet ~mx axed fresh- |;rag iw~.m every one. I er~ up *he .past ~ad pre~ious mere- William P. Lucas, a' country dec- tot and Mrs. Lucas who lived near had planned to award the car to|Mrs. C. C. Tabb aIld'Mrs. Melvin | Mr. Jatm Love of near Charles 10ries. some person on ~luly 4 hut be- T. Strider. cause qf the insu~fficient interest These officers will have an un- [ Town, W. Vs., was a ~uest rues- [ Mr and h~,rs John Braekett me- Kearneysville. And while Miss [day morm,~g w~th ~s ~lster and I:tored o George Town U.niversi, y Mary was living in Jefferson in it until recently, it was thought usual responsibility and privilege | brofl~r-k,x-l~w, Mr. and Mrs. G. |,hospital ,to visit *heir three year County she was active in Social advisable to hol41 up on making in the year to came, Ihe entertain I C. Pearl. ,Mrs. Love who has ,been I old san wtlo ~as ~een a surgical work, especially with the Red the p~;esentation ~ntil Labor DaY. ing of the Seventieth Annual ~on .the sick l~ist *for quite some j patient there for some time, he is Cross Chapter. The project of ~iving a new car Meeting of the Episcopal Church ] time shows just a ~light ~n.prove- | recuperatang very ~tlsf~ctorily but For 28 years she worked in New away was in[tined some months women of the Diocese of W, est Vir [ mer~ but must go ~ li~ttle slower. ] will remain i~ :he ~ospit~l for York City for the National Family ago as a means ~f raising money gialia on yiay 1 and 2. I We a'~.. join ~n w~skiv~g ..Mrs. Love [ ,a few days ,longer Welfare of America and for five for the school i lighting system " l the best of health agxin. [ ,Mrs. Estella D~man who has [ imore, Md., ,and M~s. Mamie Rus- [ f.riead l~rs. Mamie Russell, re- retary of the Montgomery County fuqd. At first tl-~ere.was consider- ~naulncesMm~~ [ "Mr& EStetla Bren~n~an of Bal-[been visi~ti~g wl~ ,her very close years as the first executive sec- able interest izx the car project ~~bt~~ bu~ it faded before enough money ~z~ ~.a ~,.~ T~.n~m ~hiil ~Mid I sell were luvmheon guests Tuesday I tu,rned to her home i,n Baltimore, (Md.) Community Chest and .....-'.......... t ................................ Mrs. Cmorgia ~:~earl ~,t herlMd., on Sunday. Council. nau oeen reazi~ea irom me cur ~ ........ l home. ] $rs. Myrtle Wilt ,and da~xghter, Miss Mary plans to remain in ~t'e it a ,,ro~it~hl .... tu~e for mews.y, announce m~s weeK me the ..... Boosters~ ~'~s~ciation ...... Thus it ~ea~lage ~ifl "~r~nk~e~i~ ~,or~u~ [ visitors ~a~urday' evening with [,Long Island, New York, are ~pend- t~.. n~,,.~,e,, r~.~ I Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~Io~ard Wilt were] Mr. and Mrs. K.ur~g Clateman, of Washington after her retirement was decided to. delay the presentat , f ~'~'~, mr" ~..~ .... " . [ ~he iormer's and family, Mr. ling their vacaVion wich the 1,at- and she'll probably be a frequent l a.nd Mrs. Melvin W~I, of ,Rar~m, ,~r's sister, .Mrs. Mamie Russell..visitor to the use Lounge to see ion for a timcb .... ~ ......... "~" The ceremony was performed|W. V~.. } Mrs. Hawk l!ettex nmre of those service boys and ~, t ~, , , ~ ,t by the Rev. George E.LWhitstone [ Mrs. Joan Gaaz~ a~d 'four ehil- I We are proud ~ kn~w Mrs. ]girls. L]~ |0WA LoHn~J[ in st. John s Lutheran Church | d,ren nmt~red to Fails (~umh, Va. ] Garland Hu, wk ~'hO was . . . . . -':--" "-- .... ........ : .... .~" Chapel, Hagerst0wn, Md. Monday', ] Wedriesday @nd were V~slt~s wish ]1'11 with a hea,rt ~tack ~nd~ the Mrs. L~v.eme Talm~a, were v~s~tars [ relati'~s. " .... I hospital is ~t he~ h~m ,~ ~ld r~c~R~lY,~W~L~. :the Ior~'s sis l#r- FROM PAGE ,ONE July 3. " - ) " [ My. and ~VIrs. [,ester ~I.~y, of [ rest~ngver~ ~rMaz~ble, end her lin-~w girl fa~ly, Mr. and Mrs. l lW tnagbon, D. C., were vie tors] rie cts a~d nei~kbo~s are verY[Ed ~a~ i~ ~b~g; "W. Folice,Ric, hard .Funk, Joseph GO TO ~ 8UI~AY I recently vezt~ the l~tter'~ ~er, I proucl to heax ~uc~s a ~oo4 ~port. ~Va, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F mm 2--A THURSDAY, JULY Calvin Alder Killed In Hi#way Accident Near Dehplane, Va. Funeral services were held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. from the Sudley Funeral Home in Shepherdstown. for John Calvin Alder, 47 of Shepherdstown who was killed in an automobile-trac- tor trailer collision Monday morn ing about 9:30 neai" Delaplane, Vs. The Rev. Randall Parsons, offic- iated and burial was made in Elm wood Cemetery in Shepherds- town. The deceased was born in Shep- herdstown, Oct. 17, 191~, a so~ of John William Alder and Lilly Au- gusta Alder. He was an automo- bile mechanic by trade and was employed in the Auto Body Works of Roland and Merchant garage in Charles Town. He was a mem- ber of the Shepherdstown Metho- dist Church; a veteran of World War II, having served in the Air Force. In addition to his parents the deceased was survived by his wife, Mrs. Violet H. Alder. who was also injured in the highway accident. Mr. and Mrs. Alder and Melvin Heishman, a brother of Mrs. Al- der and Miss Isabelle Swope, 36 of Shepherdstown, had left Shep- herdstown early Monday morning on a vacation trip to the beach and at the intersection of high- ways 55 and 17, the Alder car was struck by a tractor-trailer truck. Alder and a reserve driver in the truck were killed instantly and Mrs. Alder, Miss Swope and Mr. Heishman were injured and tak- en to Warren County Hospital in Front Royal, Vs. Bearers for Mr. Alder's funeral were: Donald S. Roland, J. Pres- ton Merchant, George Stocks, Ken neth Waldeck, Leonard Moore and Edward Colston. Hightman Shii2~ey: of Junction. His wife, latt Shirley, died'on this year while visiting Mrs. John Pero', He had retired Baltimore and Ohio patcher. Mr. ber of Emmanuel ch, the Shrine and Jesters, Cumberland. Survivors incltMe Mrs. C. H. Furtney, Mrs. W. J. B: Houser, one brother, Roy J. andoah Junction; caner Ann Shirley, Junction; ville Harold Ohio and Charles Pittsburgh, Pa. Funeral services were urday at 2 p. m. from Funeral Chapel, with burial in Services were Rev. Temple G. les Town. Bearers were chols, Oscar Wilt, er and Gilbert Fery and Edgar Moore .af "'is Our With the ~eek of the July coming to a men ~pi at the Presbyterian~ Church July 9, will be "Is der God?" The A. McDonald stated this announcement, question to which every Citizen should give seri eration. He continued, ion, do we, or do we.! particular place in God" Are we as a nation God's plan for us?" will be at!l:00 A. M. will be p~'gv.ided for children. Chhrch; LEONARD L. RUTHERFORD ages wil be at 9:45 A. Leonard Leon Rutherford, 56, lic is corc~ially invited. retired Baltimore and Ohio Rail- Advertise In The Spit road track foreman, died Sunday in Charles .Town General Hospi- SPECIAL N~ tal, following an illness of about 30 days. The deceased was born in Point TO THE PU of Rocks, Md., Feb. 10, 1904, a son A general meeting of the late Charles D. Rutherford mal Welfare Society, I~ and Ida Mac Fry. He was a track of Jefferson "C2mnty, ] foreman in the B. & O. for many be held Frida~uly , years Until he retired in 1956. He m,~ at the ~:Fliakho~ was a ,member ~f the $~Ieth~ ~lding AttcIR0'rium Surviving are his f0rmer wife, The pUrpo~/~he I Mrs. Blanche Rutherford Dixon; review 'the possihilit~ a son, Austin Rutherford, Bruns- ivating the society, pr wick, Md. and a daughter, Mrs. fieient interest can b~ Betty Mentzer, Brunswick; three in community .;:resi~ sisters-Mrs. Mary Locke and Mrs. would provide ar~ acti Mark Wanstall, Harpers Ferry and fective local Humane : Mrs. Ethel Hardy, Charles Town The Animal YvMlfore and four brothers-Charles Henry dedicated to the Rutherford, Leesburg, Va.; John ment of animals. Robert Rutherford and George prove the vital ne~ Wesley Rutherford, Harpers Fer- society. Animals ] ry and Richard E. Rutherford, to insure humane Dargan, Md. disposition of sick Services were he~d Tuesday, animals. July 4 at 2 p. m. from Eackles The society hope~ Funeral Home in Harpers Ferry interested in the ' with the Rev. John E. Wright of-[animals will attend the ficiating. Burial was in Fairview D)lo~ Cemetery, Bolivar. Vi~ Pr~ Animal Welfa~ e ~ MANUEL L. KNIGHTING [ June 29-July 6 Manuel Lee Knighting, 46, for- I-"""""------~ merly of Charles Town, died at--~l his residence near Stephenson, [ '~--~=.~ s, Va. Saturday morning after a long [|RI'HARll II illness. I ~ll4~llll~l$ ~' Born in Syria, Madison County, - ; .: he was a son of Casper, W. and k4 A I~'1~ Lillie Hodson Knighting. ] ~ ~1 I~IL i, He married Miss Noda V. Mills I ...... ~- - in 1946 in Frederick, Md. I . A track foreman for the Balti-I 0 P E N, more and Ohio Railroad he was[ a member of the Independent] ~,,~n~*~l~v "[~11 Fire Company in Charles Town. I we*~'~*,~d~ :~ .t'~.'* ' SurViVing with his wife and par ] .......... ents are a son and a foster son- I ' ~ f/r~ Manuel Lee Knighting Jr. and] ~"~/~" Wayne E. Waiters; two foster-daul ,~II~[]~[~D A~ ghters-Joanne Waiters and Rach-I ,o~v~v~t~ ~ el E. Walters; two daughters-Lin-] ~,~ da Knighting and Elsie Ann Kni-I ~2~,~w ghting, all at home; three sisters-[ ~ .. ~ ~ Mrs. Jessie L. Price and Mrs. Gerl Ca bage, i. a ald F. Painter of Charles Town l ' "' .'."~- and Mrs. John Shields, Lexington, [ New 4aot y. . :! f The body was taken to the Jon- I .~ff~M,,~ es Funeral Home in Winchester, ] ~{[ Va. where services were held.] D__..~..,2 / ~tal Tuesday at I:~0 p. m. with buri~I~J ,t ~t~l[l~ ~U~O~" in Shenandoah Memorial Ceme.II.;m~---- tery there. ] : ~ JOHN T. SHIRLEY [ J Y McI Ll John Thoma~ Shirley, 66 of Lal " " . "~ :~'~ _., Vale Terrace, Cumberland, ~d. ] MRS. S. died suddenly Thursday, June 29] Onerator. in the Charles Town General Hosl --L pital after an illness of morc than [ Opposite, a year. I ..... ':'~'/"i" The deceased was born in Jeffer] dUly ~-Z1;. ;~ son County, a son of the late Lew- [~ is Jefferson Shirley and Annie ---- ANTIQUES .... GERRARDSTOWN, W, YA , COUNTRY ANTIQUES, DOLLS, GD AND CHINA . , i OPEN JULY 1st, 1961 Holidays.-- , ,, ,, :i :ti '.Wed:.-Sat..9 to 7 P.M. sundaF:2 to