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LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES By Mrs. G. E. Webb few days last week in H, arpers Per~r~ I,wh**e, Mrs. Kab]e 5ohn~n. IN . . . ,Miss E ,th of -oe"ln Courtu,-' ,R. w. Moco ek; red. Mrs. Har- ry iMiss Strider j Any other annual, blue, Mrs. more, Md. and Stefanie Be ll [ry Smootz; yellow, Mrs. R. W. ~1 ~ ~ of Was~h,in,~ton, D. C. were recent ]Bu,tler; white,Mrs.MrS.LaviniaGeOrgepine.Heid- vistors at the home of Miss Anne Queen Silvia XXlll v~hi'te, I r Newcomer near Bolivar. I Colection of annuals, blue, Mrs. Telephone 2492 :Mr and Mrs ~ &ames Stiles of Davi,nia Pine; red, Mrs. A. M. En- Byton Be~oh, Florida lef,t for their ~ls; yellow, Mrs. Robert Bu~bler; ~Mr. and Mrs. Ja,mes Biid4nger ,home of Mr. and Mrs. John New- ~f Greensprin,g, W. Wa. and Mr. and tMrs. Raymond Landis of ~Pri,n~field wefe re cen, t visi~tors at ~e home of Mr and Mrs H R. Crock. ',Mrs. Lewis ~wope h a,s been very ~uch indisoosed a~ her home in I~Ollvar. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bu.tts left on Tuesday morning f.or a v aea- tion trio to Ne~v York Staite. spendi,n~g ten days a~t the home o,f (Mrs. J. L. 19ackles. Mr. Stiles is a comer at Cliffside Motel. native of New Jersey. Among Vhe many fo,rms of on- Sunday v~sitors ~t the home of ~tertainmenit being planned for trhe lMr. and Mrs. John Snider were week of the een~tennial ~ Sun- Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Jones and day, Oct. 18, the local Lions C,lu,b daujhter De~bbie of Alexandria, will have an Ox Roast and t~ey Va. S~t. and Mrs. Earl Freeman of ,are planning bo feed 2000 people. Poet Knox, Ky, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Full details w{1,1 be given later, rge DucaT1 'and duughers Ruth :Mrs. C~wrles Virts of near San- Ann and IA.nda of Martinsburg dy Hook, Md. ~as a ~i$i,tor a~t t,he and Mrs. l~hod,a Jones of Harpers ,home of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Car- Ferry. The turkey dinner wieh wl.1 alier on Stmday. the trimmings was served in hon- or of the wedding a~n~versary of Assistant Regional Director Geo ~Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and the rge Pa,lmar of Philadelphia of Re- birthday of Mrs. Snider and also gi~n 5 for Park Service spen~t a ~he going away dinner for SOt. Freeman who is leaving for Kor- ea where he will spend a year. Mrs. Freeman will not accompany her husband to Korea. Mrs. Lou,ise Moore of Ha,rris- Pa. acco,m~anied by her cou ~n Miss Hele,n S*tahler of North 0arolina spent last weekend at t'he RANSON, W. VA. FAST AND EFFICIENT SERVICE BREAKFAST -- SHORT ORDERS DINNERS -- FOUNTAIN SERVICE S A N DWI CH ES for heating your home with oil ( t When you heat your home with oil, you enjoy advantages provided by no other form of fuel First, you have the peace-of-mind that comes with the knowledge that your heating unit is safe. Second, oil costs so little. Third, you are assured a steady, reliable level of heat no matter how low the temperature drops! Call us for Atlantic's famous triple-refined heat- ing oil. It now has a new additive that helps prevent formation of sludge. SMI H DISTRIBUTOR CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 161-M ~home on Tuesday morning a,fter .vehite, Mrs. Geor~ Hmdrich. Any perennial, blue, Mrs. La- vinia Pine; red, Mrs. A. M. Ennis. Collee~on of Perennials, blue, tMrs. A. M. Ennis; red, Mrs. La- vinia Pine. Shrubs-Berried, blue, Mrs. Alvin Enn~ls; red, Mrs. Pauline Hauser; ~floweri,ng, blue, Mrs. Alvin Ennis. Potted planlts, blue, Mrs. G. K. Wysong; red, Mrs. Vivan Bush; Death of Harry Shumaker MISS SARA STRIDER ~Mr. Harry Shumaker aged a, :Sara'h Porre~t ~rider, 19, of bout 75 years died on Su~d~y a~ Charles Town, ~s one of the 36 ~he home of 1Ms son Mere~teh ~u ~Ioun~in ~t~te ~beauties ~who wdl,l ! maker in Lees~urg, Doudoun vou~ serve as a member ~ ,t~e royal ty, Va. ~here he had been ~living curt of Queen ~ll~ia xXIII $or .for qmee some t~me since under- ~e O~tOber 1-4 Mountain ~tate going leg ,aznpu, t~tion. He w, as a Porest Fes~iv~ Ito be held in El- son of the l~te~l~oma's and M~ry kins. ~,~maker of neaffoy Loudoun An economic major at Randol,l~h county. Survivors are two sons/~%con Womgn's College of Lynch Jack of WincheSter, Va. and Mer- edit.h of Leesbtu~g, "Va.; two grand ~burg. Virginia, the ~es~va~l prin- ~ess is ~t member of ~bA Oenega Ch.fldren, Vhree s~ters, Mrs. Vir- ~orovlty. She ~as on the Dea~'s ginia Cain of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. ~ist. Wt~41e enrolled a~ ~Vfavguret Ocle Wetzell of Cumberl~md, Md Ha~ SChool in Versa~*les, Kentuc- .and Ma-s. Jenr~e H~ck,ley of (~r- ky, was appointed a Kentucky col ,les Town. There are several nieces onel ~by Coy. C~and,ler. ,and nephews including Mrs. Lela ~he is ~e duu~-~ter of ,Mr. and Jenkins and Leo a~d Jimm~e Cain ,~js. J~mes Wilt~ams ~trider. Her of Harpers Perry a~d S~)an~ley ~u l~ther is a ~bank vaXh~er and vice m~aker of Bolivar. The .f~uneral was held on Wed- preside~'~t. . The Charles Town ~lgh ~chool nesday from Vhe Ebeneezer Moth- ~ u t nn~" ~v ,c,~n ..... h ,~rad ~ e was ~ppmnted ...... - odist m Loudoun County w~vn v e ~ressman Harlev O ~Va~ers pastor in c~trge offiica~Ing. I~nter- i ....... ~ment in tihe adjoining Cemetery. I Mrs. Mary Lancaster of Bolivar w~s Stricken w~ifl~ serious illness on Monday evening and was re- moved to C~arles To~n General .Hospital by ambulance. Her con- dition has im~prove4 s~m~t [Jefferson i this time. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer I ,tare a b4rthd~ay party at their ~home Cliffside Motel ~a last Tues ] Awards in Vhe l~lorieuRure De- day evemng in honor of the 16th ~pavt~nent, Jefferson Coun*ty Fair, bi~dhd, ay of their d~a~ghter Anne. ~judged by Messrs. Leeds Riely, About twenty guests were present. I Jemes Mas:o~n, III, Pinckney H. H. Refre~men~s and games were en [Plannagan and Edward Johnson joyed and An~e recelved a numLtier J are as follows: of boat~ti,ful and u sefu:l present. | Commercie~l exhiibits displays ~iss l~ary Catherine O~SulIi~an, |w~re-Smoolz ~.amp and ~Bvass Su, perviso of Opera~ting Rooms at Shop and Sheetz l~lorist. Ohi'ldrens Hospital in W~ashin~on D. C. and Miss ThresJa O'Sulli- van of H~arrtsonburg, V~a. were vi's ~i~tors at Vhe home of Mrs. Edna Kern on last Wedaesday. !Mr. and Mrs. B~awner ~arding of Gai~her$bur~, Md. spent the ~weekend at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. G. E. Webb returning home on Monday evening. They spent Sund~ay in Berkeley SprY,rigs. A Spa~h~tt4 dinner w~ll be held on Friday even]~ng, September 25, sponsored by t~e M. Y. F. Price ~v~ll be 50 and 75 Cents respec- tively for ehildxen and aduRs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kern of Was~ngton, D. C. spent Su,nday ,wiit~ the fo~mers mother Mrs. Ed- n~a Kern returning home on Mort- dlay evening. lMr. Oeo. E. Wilt entered Kings Daughters HospilVal in Martins- burg on Tuesday evening for treat merit and observa)flon. IMr. ,Morgan C. Sta~l~lings ~no celebrated his 89 birthday last ~prH died last Wednes~day, Septem ber 2 in a vest home i:n ff-I~let~arp, tMd. where ~he ~ad been admitted 2 'hours ~prior ~to ~'l~s death. ~e had 1been :living at ~he ~hbme of a dau- i Special exhibits-ffVirs. Ja~nes !Mason III, e~hi:bit entitled "Christ mas" and Mrs. Leeds l~iely, ex- hebit eneAt,led "Easter". Horticulture sweepstakes award ~wen to Mrs. Alvin Ennis. Arrangement Classes "Panoramic Holidays" "BIessed Event"- blue, Mrs. Con cad Hammann; red, Mrs. Vivan Bush; yellow, Mrs. James Sher- m, an; white, Mrs Wd~lia~n Perry. "(Mothees Day?.-red, Mrs Lige ~VIfl~ler. "Pa~her's Day", red, Mrs. Con- tad Hjmman*n; yedlow, M~ss Lor- raine Wilt; white, Mrs. Joe Sta- ley. 'W, a len;Une's Day"-yellow, Mrs. ,Lee Morga~n. "~t. Paerick's Day", blue, Mrs. James SenseneY; red, Mrs. Rich- ~rd ~unk; yellow, IMrs. A. D. Peters; white, Mrs. Conrad H~am- lmann. ",Hallowe'en", red, Mrs. Robert ,~tone; yellow, Mrs. Howard Wilt. "S~2rnmer Holidays", blue, M~s. Ri,ch:ard Funk; red, Mrs. William K. Roth; yellow, Mrs. Vivan Bush. l~ar~ Woman's Club-"Silver An niversary", blue, Kabletown Fa,.r~n Woman's Clu~b; red, Moler's Com- rrmni~ty Farm W~nan's Clttb; yel- low, Nel,ghboChood Home Demon stration; white, Wizard Cli'pp ~arm Woman's Club. ,~arden Clubs-"Pourbh of Jtfly" b~ue, Potom:ac ~arden Club; ye~- low, Wayside Garden ~lub. Junior Class Arrangements ,Thanksgiving-blue, Ca~la, Alex andr; red, Kri,ss~e Sherman; yel low, Margaret Saville; ~hite, Kar- la Kay CoChin. "~H~ppy Bi~t:hday", white, Erlc ~taley; white, J,an Sherman. Floriculture Classes "County Gardens" ffhter IMrs. Laura Brown ~n ~,al- eth, arp ,for sometime. Beside ~his daughter he is survived by 2 sons A, mos in La., and Lawrence in Col i, fornia. Intermen'.t was made in :Savage, Md. 'Mr, Mayna, rd Sta,ll- ings well kow~n resideat of Bol~lvar is a nephew of t~e deceased who 'had visited in the area. Those entering Shepherd Col- ~lege .from Bolivar and :Harpers ~Ferry ,are D. L. Cl~ilders whose ~wi~fe is a memb~r'of :the local I-Iigh Sc~hool ~acul%y, ,Marvin Luckett, Wilson Hockensml%h, ,Georgia Lee D~hlln, ~Phoebe 'Hough, Carole # 1 : I I I II Fo h e r w "t wood areas on brick and masonry houses. :: l Resists "chalking"-prevents white run.down on dark colored surfaces., i Brilliant white-may be tinted. PEOPLES S ]PPLY , Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. ~Y'THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK Belle, ~Lau~4'lla ,Wet'b, ,Eve'lyn ~arp. Roses-HYbrid Tea-plnk~red ~b- IMrs. Reno Eaton of Harpers [b~n Mrs. Leo Wtdmyer. ,Ferry is ~t .patient in Klng's Dau- I ~Blue rl,bbon, Mrs. Mer.le ghters ~ospi~tal ~Mar.ti:]sburg un-[~Iger; red, Mrs. Virginia Ever- dergoing ,abserva'tion ana .~reat-[hart; yellow, Mrs. C. F. Printz. merit. | W~ite or cream-blue, Mrs. Vir- Dinner guests at the home of ima Everh~x . , lg ; t" red Mrs. H. H. Mrs Virginia Orame on *last Sin- tH e' 1 ' ' .' . l uy ~t. ye low, l~rs. l:~bert But- day were 'Mrs. Dorothy ,~iaRers, Her Mr. Tom Stanley. Washin~ton, D. [ ;'~ellow-red Mrs J B Huyett C ,Mr and Mrs Harry Evans a BI ,' '. ' 'rkdi ended or Bi-~lor-iblue ~v~. son ~tevle of Charles Town aad |.Robert Butler red Mrs Leo Wid ~VIrs. ~Oeneieve Le~ls of :Martins-Imyer; yei~ow, '~s.'Merle Alger. " burg, W, Va. I Peace- blue, Mrs. Leo Widmyer; ---~ [red, Mrs. Merle Alger; yellow, Mrs. J.B. Huye~t. Men Asked To Start ! Roses- Floribunda, blue. Mrs. I Hugh C~pe~ton; red, Mrs. Lomse C,.nmlnn R- dc lb. Rax~ey; yellow, Mrs. Hugh Ca, UI Vfllll Vl;;UlMJ Vl el~ , r r ' IP ton; white, M s Vl gima Ev- . lerhart. U I~.... /~n&,~nnlml I Polyantha, red, Mrs. Alvin Ennis I1"111~ ~,,~:lll'JIIIIIO! I Grandlflora, blue. Mrs. Leo Wid I ~myer. This is o urge all men to get I ~li,~ber blue Mrs. Hugh Caoer started now on~ growing a Beard |%on. ~or the Harpers ,Perry Centennial | Zin~a, gian, t hybri~d, red, Mrs. to ,be held Oct. 16 An.yone ~ho ILavinla I~ine; yellow, l~-s. Robert does not grow a Beard ~s ~sked to IBut~ler purchase a ",Shaving Permi,t" | D'a~hi~a (flowered), blue, Mrs. R. from any Junior Womans C!ub |W. MvCovraivk; w~i,te, Dr. Mildred member, as they are s'ponsomng|wil:li,a~ms" ~his co~ntest. They may also pur-I Pore nora blue Mrs James Sen J fferso ............ .chase a permit at the e n|,seney; red, Mrs. A: M. En,nls; yel County Padr or from any Club |low, Mrs. Calvin Flernlng. ,member in the downtown area on [ Dwarf, blue, Mrs. A. M, Ennls; Sept. 12. Please remember there [red, Mrs. Iavirtla l~ine. ,will be a LoVing C~p and Cash I Marig~d-~tion, blue, Mrs. ,~ward for the winner. , |Vivian ~Bugh; red, Mrs. A. M. ~u- ~,e~s not ~orge~ me costume con [v~i,s" yellow, Mrs. Howard Wilt Jr, test wLieh will be h~ld the same | Chrysan@hemums, blue, 'Mrs. day. Anyone having old costumes [George Heiddch; red, Mrs. R W. is asked to enter them in the|!MvA3ormick; yellow, Mrs. A. M. cow, test on Oct. 16. [Ennis. - t] ~olle~tion, blue, Mrs. A. M. En- Water causes ~ano keys to [nis; red, Mrs. Robert Butler; ,come unglued and may ~tu:rn them/wh+te, Mrs. Vlvan Bush. yel,low. Try cleaning the keys ~h [ Gladiolus,. white, blue ribbon; a cloth :moistened ~n ~enetured~,, ]*Mrs. R. W. McCormick; Lavender ~alco~ol. [red, ri.bbo~, Mrs. Paul Milton; Sal Imon, t~.lue r~,~bon, Mrs. H. H. Hu:y- Color On The Roof, Too : Modern homes are :p~bting col-I Duhllas-no ribbon's. or on t~he roof as ,well ~ the I Ohrysaa~hemum~-vushi~% Mm. rest of t, he ho~e. Asbestos-item-|L. La,~inl~, Pine. er~t roofing Sh~n:gles now ave pro-[ Cel~stm-crested, blue,~ Mns. A duced in spe~ially-~elected decor, iM. Enn~is; red, Mru. l~bevt Bu,tler ~Gor ~otor~. ~. H, yellow, Mrs. W. P. C. Perry; white Mrs. James FeTlers. Non-flowering, blue, Miss Peggy Alderson; w:hi,te, Mrs. G. K. Wy- song; white, Mrs. William Coyle. Afri,can Violets, single, {Pink)- ~blue, Mrs. Rus:sell Swartz; Sin- gle (,white), blue, Mrs. Russell ~wmrtz; S4ngle (blue), blue, Mrs. Russell ,Swartz; Sin,~le (pu'role)- ~blue, Mrs. Russel~ Swartz; S~ngle (Ibi-color), Mrs. Russell Swar~z, a ~i~%e rfl~bon. Double Pink-white, Mrs. Russ- ell E~wavtz; W~iee, blue ribbon, Mrs. Fred Hosf4eld; Pt~rple-red ribbon, Mrs. Russell Swa~; Bi- ~olor, white Mrs. Russell Swa~z. Superintendent, Mrs. Charles H. ~txlder Jr. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Deferred From Last Week Mr. ~tnd Mrs. Alec Costello, Mrs. Edwin Clevenger, d~ughlter, Shar- on and grandson, Master Bruce Bowers were visitors Tuesday even !Ing With Alec's cousins ~Ir. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Y~iend and dauehters of Rdverdale, Wid. we?e Saturday overnight guests of WIr. and Mrs. David Penwell and fam- i,ly. Mr. and !Mrs. Fred Gu.thrie were weekend guests of ~Ir. and. Mrs. Ed~via Clevenger and daughter. The work on the new home of !Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers near Halltown is progressing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Aiec Costello~a visi- ted heir aunt Miss Esther Dunn in Martirmburg Sunday evening. Mrs. Bill Bowers and so~n :Ste- ,phen of Charles Town spent S~nL ' day wi,t~ the former's ~is,ter ~Viiss Elsie Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Paul ~Vfills accom- panied by the lat%ers parents Mr. ,and Mrs. M. H. Hind.man of Char les Town motored to Purcellville, Va. Sunday evening where they visited Mrs. Ethel toper and fam- ~l#~Irs." Alton Muse, s(~n Timothy 'Mrs. Winerd Bowers and ff~Irs. Donald Frye were visi~tors Tues- day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kidw~ler in B,akevton. Mrs. Edward Costello of Doud- oun Heights, Va., WIrs. A, lec Cos- relic, /Mrs. El,wood Bowers and son Bruce were in ~Martinsburg Tues- day on business. Mrs. Douglas Bowers a,ud child ren of Bol:iwar spent Saturday ev emng with Mr. and Mrs. Aiton Muse and son. Other recent visi- tors with ~the family were Mr. and :Mrs. Marsh,all Blackford and cA~ild ren of Bardane. ,Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and famJly of Millville, Mrs. Martin Grimes and d,au~hter Debra of Charles To,w~ visited Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. and family on Tuesday. Miss Evelyn Earp of Harpers Ferry was 'an overnight guest of Mi~ Lou Ella Grey Mrs. David Penwell and Mrs. Ait on Muse shopped in Ma~insburg on Thursday. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Deferred From Last Week iMr .and Mrs. Frank Stau,bs and Children and ,Mz~. Arthur Harrel of Washington, D. C. were over night guests one nigh.t last week ~ith Mr. ,and Mrs. B. H. Riddle- berger in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lester I_~cke were callers Sunda~r with *Mr. and ff~Irs. Gone Starliper. ~Mr. ~and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were visi- tors Sund,ay evening wi:th ~Ylrs. lMary Bruce Furr. There was only about 35 w~o at tended the Leeto~vn 1Viethodist Sunday S~hool picnic Sunday at :the park in C~arles Town. ,Mr. and .Mrs. Richard Barron :and family were callers SundRy evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and family. The Leetow,n 4-~ Club meeting has :been postponed until Thurs- day mght, Sept. 10 at the school house. Miss Diane Co'llis was an over night guest Saturday night with Miss ~ail Slusher. ~Miss Elizabeth Grove won the drawing Saturday night at the Plremens Carnival in Charles Town. Messers Charles Brewer, Cliff- ord Starli,per and Russell Swartz ~ttended a ,ball game in Washing- ton, D. C. Sunday. tMr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and family of ;Martinsburg and ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Allen Custer ,and daugh- ter of Charles Town were visitors Sunday at t~e home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens and sans visited Sunday evening w~h 'Mr. and Mrs. John Ris~ler. ,Charles Owens Jr. spent Sund'ay night with his g~nd~parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones. Alfred Owens spent Sunday night wLth (his aun,t and uncle Mr. a~nd Mrs. John Rtssler. IMrs. Blanche House of Hagers- tgwn, Md. visi,ted a ~few days last~ week wi.~h .Mrs. Millard Edwards. Mr. ~oy Furr of H~agerstown, Md. was a caller Saturd,ay with SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 7---B 24 hours without e lling ! There's the secret of how WARM MORNING Coal Heater owners enjoy such solid comfort, with less coal burned. 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