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July 27, 1961

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Stanley Dunn, Jr., iright) of Kearneysville, h~s been l~med the West Virginia Flea Star Farmer of 1961. He operates st 277-a~re d~iry faint that he purchased in 1958. With the St~r Farmer honors goes a $125 cash award from Monongahel~ Power Company. With young Dunn in the picture (left to right) are:---James L. Col~emun, agricultural counselor of Monongahel~ Power Company; Stanley Dunn, Sr., a~d W. H. ,Wayman, assistant state supervisOr, Agricultural Education; St~dey Dunn Sr., w~ also named an honorary state farmer at the FFA convention. By Patsy Zombro Masonic Lawn Festival There will be a lawn festival on August 12, 1961 at five o'clock in front of the Masonic Lodge in Mid dteway. The menu will consist of country ham, fried chicken, home made ice cream, soft drinks and etc. It will be for the benefit of the building fund. Miss Phyllis Rowland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. ROw- land of Winchester, Va. is spend- i a quietly beautiful home!, Lovely new Ceilings that add a subtle texture quality to your rooms ,,, plusthe comfort of quiet, because they are tops in reducing noise, CmumrC Hush Tone,. Acoustical Tile C~me in and ~e beautiful new designs on display, ing the week with her grand- mother Mrs. Toni DeHaven. Mrs. Hilda Creamer spent the week With her daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring. MiSs Mary Lynn Childs daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs spent Tuesday night with Miss Patsy H. Zombro of Kearneys ville. Mr. and Mrs. James Carper, Mrs. C. C. Wasson and Mrs. Eve- lyn Gardner and daughters, Dixie and Nancy visited Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and family of Lynwood Md. Arnold Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey of near Sum mit Point spent several days last week with his cousin Jackie Gru- ber. Sunday School Picnic The Methodist Church will have their annual picnic at the Martins burg Memorial Park on Sunday, July 30, 1961. If you don't have a ride try and be at the church before 12:30 p. m. If there is any one who can take other children please stop by the church before going to the park. Surprise Birthday Party Mrs. Toni DeHaven was given |a ~m'l~ l~ltrty on Thursday, |July ~0" by her children at her home. Guests present were Mrs. Thur ston Collins of near Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rowland and daughter Phyllis of Winches- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Linden DeHaven of Clearbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Orndorff of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs of near Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Lau rence DeHaven and children, Ka- thy, Karl and Kurby and Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and child- ren Ronnie and Gall all of Sum- mit Point She received many nice and use ful gifts and wishes to thank ev- eryone. Mrs. Mattie Mobley spent the week ~ith Mr. and Mrs. Doug Ring. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurter called up,on her aunt Mrs. Stanley W. Zombro at her hvme in Kearneys- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fortune of Takoma Park, Md. spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. SchilL Mrs, Thelma Crowley and son Lance of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with Mrs. Toni De- Haven. Mrs. Paul Ring and Mrs. Allen Ring called upon Mrs. Lester White on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl King of Deer field Beach, Florida called upon Mrs. Forrest Watson on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. William Swartz and Mr .and Mrs. Glenn Edwards and son all of Charles Town were Sun day supper guests of Miss Clemye Baker. Miss Baker returned to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swartz. Lawn Festival The Middleway Methodist Chur ch will have a Lawn Festival Aug- ust 5 at 5 o'clock in front of the church. It will be a country ham and turkey supper costing $1.25 for adults and 60c for children. It is for the benefit of the building fund. lnde ndent Building Program Encouraging It was announced today by C. F. Reininger, President of theIn-- dependent Fire Company, that the Tl~elfr~t response to the letters sent out last weekend requesting contribut ecenomical ions for their Building Fund has teo, andeasy been very encouraging and the to install I members are glad to know the citi ++ W H I T M 0 R +ens of the community are behind E them. The building is progressing LU~BER C0, satis~ctorily and they hope with in the next six weeks to be able to house their equipment in the PHONE 650 gestitm thatnew additiOnex~sand relievenew, the con- Chazles Tow W. Va. to resi ems+ ceive the first letter will be mail- ed this week, and Mr. Reininger urges everyone who receives a let ter to give it careful and immed- !ate attention, sending in a donat- mn as promptly as possible. He stated there are several changes in constrUCtion they Would Iike to make at this time, but whether they can do it or not will depend on the donations received. He stat ed they wanted to be able to say when the new addition is opened that they have raised enough mon ey to pay for it, Four births, three of them girls, occurred at the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital during the period of July 20-23, it was announced Wed nesday. A daughter Veda Pauline was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Frye of Halltown on Thursday, July 20. Friday, July ~1 a son Christoph- er Alan was bo~'to Mr. and Mrs, Dallas W. Hoffman of KnoxvilIe, Md. Saturday, July 22 a daughter Lauria Kay was born to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Pennington, Kear- neysville, Route 1. Sunday a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cameron Jr. of Ranson. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were: Samuel L. Boyd Ranson, Mrs. Georgia R. Huyett, little Rose M. Cole and little Stov er C. Cole all of Charles Town; lit tle Teresa A. Wheeler, Knoxville, Md.; and little Arthur F. Stewart and Robert E. Stewart, Halltown, W. Va. SALES and SEREE .--At.,. West Washington Street CHAkLES TOWN Medical pafien{'s admitted were Kelli C. Schwinn, Knoxville, Md. Camp, this week at Camp Pinnac SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VARMERS Mrs, Jessie M. Gray, Halltown; Baby Curtis L. Gainey, City; Mas. ter Larry G. Ott, Inwood; Mrs. Ce. celia B. White, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Betty J. Thompson, City; Mr. Thomas B. Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mrs..Dorothy O. Null Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Clarence ~I. Merriman, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Mabel Henkle, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 1; Mr. Joseph H. Carroll, City; Mr. Carroll A. Richards, Kearneysvil- le, Rt. 1; Mrs. Emma J. Myers, Ar- lington, Va.; Mr. Garnet M. Fisher City; Mr. Douglas R. Kelican, Mill ville; Little Georgianna' McDow. ell, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mrs. Eph- raim S. Wagaman, Ranson; Mr. CharIes W. Will Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Violet K. Pulse, Kearneys- ville, Rt. 1; Master Gary H. Ott, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mr. F/arry S. Henderson, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs, Mattie Taylor, Harpers Ferry Mrs, Agnes M. Anderson, Ranson; Mrs. Grace V. Manuel, Mr. How- ard L. Ashwffod, Ranson; Little By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Bernard Ott'spent Tuesday[ with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kennefl~ Anders and family in Charles Town. Mrs. Donald Frye of Charles Town accompanied by her mother Mrs. Winerd Bowers shopped in Winchester, Va. Monday. On Tues day, Mrs. Frye and Mrs. Henry McKee motored to Atlantic City, N. J. where they spent the remain der of the week. Visitors Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wri- ght were Mrs. Mary Jenkins and Mr. J. E. Clem of Alexandria, Va. Church Camp Donna Gray, sa~dra Spates and David Penwell are representing the Hatltown Presbyterian Church at WinChester Presbytery's Junior le. Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael 'visited Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak Jr. and family in Uvilla Sunday after noon. Mr. M. H. Hindman, Mrs. Philip Perks Jr .and children Dottle and Dewey of Charles Town accompan ted by Mrs. Paul Mills Sr. were in Hagerstown, Md. Tuesday and a- long with Mrs. Helen Custer of Hagerstown enjoyed a picnic din ner at the Park. The dinner hon- ored Mrs. Custer on her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Kerineth Anders and family of Charles Town visi- ted Saturday with Mrs. Anders' parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Funeral services for the late Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Sr. were held Monday morning 11:00 a. m. at the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry. The many friends of the family in this vicinity ex- tend their deepest sympathy at 2--A TUAHDSYR, JULY this time. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mennor and family returned to their home in Fenelton, Pa. on Tuesday after spending the weekend with Mrs. Mennor's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mrs. William Hoak and grand- son, Michael Simons and Miss Dor othy Bowers were visitors Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son in char les Town. MARTIN-GRIFFITH REUNION WiLL BE HELD AUGUST 13 The 3rd annual reunion of the late Martin and Susan (Malott) Griffith will be held on August 13 at Bardane Community Center. All decendents and friends are +,invited. Basket lunch at 12, rain ~or shine. MAIN LINE HOMES ANNOUNCES "::::;:::::::::: I i Dllt01, iI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL ( RADIO & 222 West Washingto Charles Town, W. PHONE 487 I 4 Bedrooms- 2 Baths 1,256 Square Feet. Overhangs All flour Side 1~ t v ~c~ HaLL --. THE PRICE OF THIS HOUSE IS GOING UP! COMPARE! NOBODY CAN OFFER THIS VALUE AT ANYWHERE NEAR THE MAIN LINE PRICE No Closing Costs-- Ever No Settlement Charges--Ever Only Main Line Offers This Exclusive Program Completely Erected Under Our Unique Construction Plan. It is Available Nowhere Else in Ammica. 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