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ly i The Harpers Ferry High, School 1961 football team will tmdoubtedly present the, "newest look" of any scholastic football team in the section and area th~ season +as there will be only ~ne regular from last years starting +team in the line-up Saturday when the Tigers take the ~ield against the Bo0nsboro (Md.) High Warriors at 2:00 p. m. on the Harpers Ferry gridiron. The Tigers will also be mentored by tw0 brand new coaches in Dotig Lutmgn and Bill Sowers. Only Binky Petrucci, a guard, will be taking the field as a veteraxt starter, &mmon Napper, a halfback, saw some service last season, but other than these two, the Tiger team will be all new. Members of the selmtd as shown above are, first row, left to right:--Gene Taylor, Fred Lloyd, Carl Kirby, Bueky Geary, BH! Wilt, Hubert Dodson, and James Lewis. Second row, left to right:--Frank James, Gerry Pleasant, Binky Petrucci, Clifton Pegcher, Glen Turner, Bill DeAngelo. Mlckey Jackson ,and Garry Hall, the latter manager. Back row, left to right:---Bill Sowers, assistant coach; Pershing Twyman, Etoug Willis, Keith Auvil, Mike Sperry, John Schultz, Joe Napper, Ammon Napper, Ed Hail, and Coach Doug Lutman. (Photo By Bob Scrivener ) LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS: IN AND ABOUT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 ii Mr. and Mrs. William Kieldsing ter's mother Mrs. Male all of and their son William Jr. moved Clarksburg, W. Va. returned on Wednesday of last week from home on Monday after a visit of their former home in Wellsburg, W. Va. to the Episcopal Rectory. Mr. Kieldsing is in his final year at the Virginia Theological Sem. inary in Alexandria. Va. and will serve as Seminarian-in-charge of the Church of the Holy Spirit and Grace Episcopal Church in Middleway. Also moving to the village on Monday of last week were Mr. and Mrs. James War- .ren and their small son Michael of Cooke, Washington who have taken up their residence in the' Light home. Mr. Warren is a trainee at the Federal Fish Hatch cry in Leetown. Also associated l with the training program is Mr. A1 Knight of Craigsbrook, Marne who is residing for the present at the Warren home. A warm Tel come is extended to these new- comers to the community. Doctor and Mrs. E. D. Vaugh- an of Salem, Va. were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glasscock and the lat ter's father Mr.~A. L. Withers. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Timber- lake and son l~i/lly and the lat- several days with the former's aunt Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry Sr. and her family. Miss Ann Bone and Mr. Rich- ard Crim, both of Chillicothe, Ohio spent the Labor Day holi- days visiting at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ge0 rge R. Crim. Mrs. W. B. Grove was an over- night guest off Sunday of last week at the home of her son and daughter-in-law Dr.+ and Mrs. Pembroke Grove and their dau- ghters in Winchester, Va. Spend, ing last week with her at "I4aw- thorn was her grandson Johnny Grove, also of Winchester. Also visiting at "Hawthorn" on Wed- nesday of last week were Mrs. James M. Thomson of Gaylord, About thirty five members and holidays visiting with her parents guests were gathered to enjoy a Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. At- bountiful picnic supper and to so visiting at the Jenkins' home spend a pleasant evening Mr. and Mrs. Edward Magaha had visiting with them at "Chain paign" on Sunday the former's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crawford and their small son of Charles Town. Also "visiting at the Magaha home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strouse and son of Ranson and Mr. Robert Slaughter and son of Charles Town. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and their children Bobby and Linda were the formers brother and sis ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Light and daughters Judith Ann, Susan and Barbara Jean of Sil- ver Spring, Md. and Miss Willa Mae Kackley of Randallstown. Overnight guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Light this past Saturday were the latter's sister and brother-in-' law Mr .and Mrs. John Welty and sons Johnny and Mike of Waynes boro, Pa. on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shewbridge all of Char- ~es Town. Mr. Jack Bane returned home on Saturday morning in company with Messrs. Charles McDonald +of Rippon and Claytom Stagner and Ed Grove of Charles Town from LaPaz, Indiana, where the group is employed ~o spend the holiday weekend visiting with his wife and family. Visitors with Mrs. J. C. Breck- inridge at "Flagstop" over the holidays were her daughter-in- law Mrs. James C. Breckinridge of Alexandria, Va. and her three children Julie, Breck and John- ny. Mr. and Mrs. David Rowland and daughter Mary Thomas of Windnester, Va. were visitors on Saturday at the home of the for.~ mer's mother Mrs. Clifford Row land. iSHEPHERDSTOWN MEN'S CLUB ANNUAL COMMUNITY AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (DST) Va. Mrs. ELvira Williams and Miss Julia Downer, both of Ber. ryville, Va. M. Y. F. Picnic The Methodist Youth Fellow- ship'+,Uf~tSm~ local church, held a weiner roast on Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Mar noon. Among those who were pre shall Jenkins and their familY, sent were Mrs. Robert Macough try, her daughter, Miss Shirley l i Macoughtry, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. CTi0N+ Hardesty, Jr., Mr. and Mr6. Char les Triplett Hardesty III and children, C. T. Wayfie and Robin Mr. and Mrs. Julian Glasscock and daughter Betty Lee, Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hardesty, Mrs. Margar- et Kilmer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Athey, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Tim berlake and son Billy and Mrs. Male of Clarkshurg, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hardesty and daughter Fairfax of Rich- mond; Va. Visitors on Sunday of last week at the home of Miss Kate Biller were Mrs. Eva Biller and her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. SHEPHERDSTOWN FRUIT GROWERS LOT Corner of Washington and Princess. Streets, SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. NEW and USED FURNITURE New Box Springs and Mattresses, Dressers, Sewing Machines, Chairs of All Types, Lawn Furniture, Breakfast Set !:Beds and Springs, Sofas, New Uphol- stering Mate , Rugs, Tables, Table Lamps, o0r L mps, Rins TubS, Bathroom Fixtures, Utility Cabi- nets, Oil Heatersdand Many Other Items. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Electric Stoves, Refrigerators, Washing Machines, Toastexs o +Grills, Perculators, "Radi0s, Phonographs, Vacu Clea rs, Electric Mixers, Ele ctric Iron , TV Sets, Pots, Pans, Dishes, Luggage, Clothes, Socks, Etc. +IJVESTOCK and FEED Two-Ye rrOid Saddle Riding Horse, Black Angus Heifer (500 lbs.); Several Calves, Pigs, Shoats, Roasting and Frying Chickens, Half Ton Dairy Feed, Barley, Oats, Straw, Alfalfa and Mixed Hay and Seed Wheat. FRUIT and VEGETABLF Sweet Corn, Green Beans, Lima Beans, Tematies, Cucumbers, Peaches. Apples, Canned Goods, Cured Meat Potatoes. OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. MILLER, MORROW, LOWE, Auctioneers. MOORE and FURR, Clerks. LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED. Sept. 7-1t. children of Lieutenant Comman-] ' der and Mrs. John Van Tol who THE had been visiting with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward L. Blake at White House Farm left recently to return to their home in Middletown, R. I. Mrs. R. B. Coffman of Edin- burgh, Va. is expected here this wek to visit with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey H. Kercheval and their fam- ily. Master Stephen Hall who has been visiting at the home of his grandmother ~J~rs. Anthony Han- key left on Monday to return to his home in Washington, D. C. Little Miss Susan Stagner of Charles Town was an overnight visitor on Tuesday of last week at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim while her mother Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her older children Libby and Scotty accompanied b:~ Mrs. Ran- Weather dolph Anders and children, Patty Pam and Randy and Miss Jean- nie Lloyd visited the National Zoological Gardens in Washing- ton, D. C. Enroute home the group visited also at the Glen Echo Amusement Park near Washington. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stagner and their family, the former having returned home from LaPaz, Indiana on Sat urday to spend the holiday week- nd with his wife and family were dinner guests "Monte View" 4-H Meeting The Busy Bees 4-H Club will WEATHER AND OTHER IT HILL By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Hot and very dry one week this past Monday morning very high humidity and temperature soar- ed up to 93 around 1:30. Tuesday morning some clouds and an- other very hot day. We are very much in need of rain very warm night. Wednesday morning a- round 6:30 ,very high humidity and continued through out the day temperature reached 97 a- round 2 p. m. Thursday morning hot and very sultry all day 96 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church, Va. spent the week end at their ranch home in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains Visitor From Indiana Mr. Byron Stetler of Richmond, Indiana gave his sister-in-law and husband MY. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl a surprise Saturday evening when he drove up to their home. Mr. Stetler was accompanied by a close friend of Mr. Gilbert Martin also of Richmond, Ind. Mr. Mar- tin came as far as Elkins, W. Va. and a very warm night: no breeze also for a few days visit with re- Friday another very hot day even latives. Mr. Stettler reports fine in the shade temperature 96 de- crops and gardens out in their grees, no rain in sight late gar- section and was rather surprised den just parched. Saturday just to see we were badly in need of about as hot and very high hum rain. Mr. ~ettler travels quite idity. Sunday very sultry at 1 p. a great deal. He just recently re- m. temperature 98", some clouds turned from a flying trip to Tam in late afternoon and just a sprin pa, Florida to visit his son and kle of ram and unusual heavy~ daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. traffic on route 9. I Richard Stettler and also two Rev. Lloyd Preaches ] grandchildren and about a mon- Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg ular appointment at Chestnut Hill Sunday morning at eleven a. m. reading from the 16th chap th ago flew to Norfolk, Nebraska to visit his daughter and three grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warrick. Mrs. Bessie Jackson has return ed to her home after a weeks visit with her son and family Mr. ter of the book of Mark begin- ning at the ninth verse and read ing the entire chapter for his meet at the school on Monday subject he chose the 15th and and Mrs. Elmer Jackson of Balti evening, September llth. This 16th verses, Go Ye Into all the[more, Md. will be the final meeting of the World and Preach the Gospel to] Mrs. J. Harrison of Vienna, Va. current club year and all mem- every creature; he that believeth spent the weekend with her sis- bers are urged to attend and to and is baptized shall be saved but ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Es- bring their project circulars [he that believeth not shall be tep at their summer home at which are due. The project tour dammed. A very good attendance Keyes Ferry along Shenandoah originally planned for August was out for service. River. will be held on Saturday, Septem- Mrs. Margaret Ott who has ber 9th and will leave from the been spending several weeks with Parents of Son home of :Mr. Leroy Che~ire at I her daughter Mrs. Myrtle Ott of Mr. and Mrs. Estel Wilt are the 1:00 o'clock DST. Charles Town is at her home now proud parents of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of at Murrell Hill to visit with her Charleston, W. Va. were guests daughter and family Mrs. Inez on Saturday at "Hawthorn" and Faye who with her husband have upon their return to their home just returned from Germany. were accompanied by the for- School Days Again mers mother Mrs. Francis Moore School days are here again and who had been visiting for the as usual some of the youngsters past wek with Miss Mary Thom- son. An Accomodation List has been drawn by your Chamber which wi~ distributed be widely to tourists. It is divided into U~ee categories.lodging, meals :~nd service stations. Only mem- The Sales Tax Jefferson Coim~ for May, are eager to go to school and just the other way with others they just don't want to go. Only two little tots from our little village this year little Ronda Jenkins and Terry Dammer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and daughter Linda of Rockville, Md. were dinner guests Tuesday with the formers father Mr. C. N. Hawk and sister Mrs. Nettle them in Charles Town General Hospital. The new arrival tipped the scales at just 5 lbs. rather a little lad but a fine healthy baby. He has been named Kevin Scott. This is the second child, mother and new arrival are home now ,and doing fine. The mother was the former Deloris Ott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ott of Murrell Hill. * :~ * * * "The family Fallout Shelter" booklet may De obtained at the Chamber office. A limited supply has been furnished us by the Jef ferson County Civil Defense. bers are listed and we feel it will be of great value to our visitors was $39,983.14 as corn $33,307.41 for May, 1960. vance of 20%. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Shepherdstown and Mr. and Harry Dinges of Ranson per guests Sunday of Mrs. aniel Gray Jr. and family. | I DuPont 40 House Pai~ gives brilliant white that stays white Due unique combination of ments and oils, 40 Paint actually cleans .. sheds dirt and dust wi every rain ! Lasts for SELF.CLEANING HOUSE PAINT "DUlux" Trim & Shutter Enamel {tOl~ colc+$ PEOPLES PHONE 17 Picnic at Clearbrook Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spencer of Staubs. * * * * * A large group of picnicers gath College Park, Md. are guests this Mr. anal Mrs. Charles Spates ered on Sunda- aftern-o- o+ +h ...... l. ,~ ,,u,~+ .... +~. ~. .... ~ and family moved last week to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAm~,~ ADVOCATE ............................ ,u,,,~ ,,, Charles Town from the Gibson private park in ClearbrDok which the former's aunt and uncle Mr ..... A- ]s mat properw here m tialltown ". 'ntained by the Virginia and Mrs. H. M. Evans and their . -- THURSDAY, ESPTEMBER 7, 1961 2 Woolen Mill for the benefit ofIJ~an~y + + . + + ,+ "- it's employee and+~hdir ghats to~ tVomen's Club Mee+~l+g I enjoy a delieiVU++ picnic++.~nri.e+~(:~: S~mit Point Farn~'+~i+m-l+ :~' I" and a pleasmatly relaxing after-len s Club will mGet at 8:(~+~DST I MAIN LINE HOMES ANNOUNCES+ Terry Biller all of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and their daughter Mollie in corn pany with Misses Nancy Miller and Ann Marie Kilmer and Billy Miller of Charles Town enjoyed a recent outing at Porter Park on the Chesapeake B~iy near Bal timore, Md. Miss Shirley Jenkins of Wash- ington, D. C. spent the Labor Day (7:00 EST) on Thursday even-I ing, September 14th at the honm I of Mrs. Wallace Snyder. Project sheets are due this month and members are requested to bring or send their records to this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children Debby, Johnny and Patricia spent the holiday week end visiting at "The Last Resort" their home near Augusta, W. Va. Mr. Howard Fellers is confined to his home suffering from the influenza and complications. Miss Sue Robert who had been a guest at the home of Miss Shar on Smallwood returned last week to her home in Falling Waters, W. Va. Mr. Shelby Longerbeam of Washington, D. C. spent the holt day weekend visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ton Longerbeam and their fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Black of Carrol- ton, Ohio arrived here on Satur- day to spend the next two weeks visiting with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Kieldsing and their son Bill at the Episcopal Rectory. Ruth, Joan and Andy Van Tol IN PACKING FOR COLLEGE, SOME THINGS MUST BE LEFT BEHIND BUT THE NEED NOT BE ONE OF THEM It Can Go With You For Nine Months For Our +Special Student Subscription Rate Of Plus 7 Cents Tax in West Virginia, Fill in the Order Form Below, Giving Us A Date With Which to Start Your Subscription. STUDENT'S N AME .................................... L ...... "1 BEGIN WITH ISSUE OF ....... -.. ADDRESS .................. Charles Town, W. on the r~ OlOO R . -- NEw DESIGN! -- MORE ! -. MOREEXrRAS: 4 BEDROOm... 2 BATHS... 1,256 SQUARE FEET... OVERHANGS ALL FOUR SIDES '[HE PRICE OF. THIS HOUSE IS GOING UPI COMPARE! 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