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September 10, 1970

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SPIRIT Of JEFFERgON FARMER' ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 A---8 FROM PAGE l- John Andrew Dillow, Route 2. Harpers Ferry. Elwood Dillow was charged with folwowing too close. The Sunday accident occurred about 3 p, m. on Seconda1~ Route 17, (Flowing Springs Road), in fr0nt of the Kratz Trailer Courl. with one person sustaining minor injuries and one car and a motor- cycle being involved. State Polk2e said a car being driven by Johnny Props~t, of ~n- son, pulled out of a side road and eollkled with a motorcycle be- ing ridden by Charles McCmTnick of South George Street, Charles Town McCormick sustained lac- erations of the head and was taken to the Charles Town General Hos. pital by the Charles Town Inde- pendent Fire Company ambu- lance. Proi~'t was charged with please call 533-6906 or z2o-~343. an another at 7:30 p. m. There H A L L T 0 W N will be a lot of important bust- Mrs. Bernard Ott ness concerning the fair; reorgan ization of clubs; election of off- e~'~'X*OO'X":'*':":".":" leers and programs for the com- ing year. Anyone interested in helping with the 4-H program is welcome to attend. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mrs. Reid Geronimo The women of the Hatltown PreSbyterian Church will hold their monthly meeting on Sep- tember 14, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Robert Sherman on Jeffer- son Avenue Charles Town, Miss Margaret Barthel District Chair man will install the new officers for 1970-71. Mr. and Mrs, John Speight and children left on Monday morning for Richmond, Va where Mr. Speight will resume his studies Mr. Howard Stewart of Lenox, at Union Thelogicat Seminary, Mass. spent Sunday visiting fri- Mr. Speight was the summer stu ends in Bolivar. I Mrs. Arrah Bailey of Laurel, dent minister for the Halltown and Elk Branch Presbyterian Md. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Churches and they lived in the Mary Eackles. Elk Branch Manse during their The Rev. and Mrs. ttarold Me- stay in West Virginia. Clay have returned home after Mrs. Nathainel Gray spent Wed being guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan- nesday evening with her son and pulling onlo the highway in the ny Moler and son for several days daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. face of oncoming traffic, last week. ~Charles Gray of Ranson. The firs~t of the two Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Singhas { Mrs. Kenneth Anders of Euc- accidents occurred about 6:50 p. spent the week-end visiting their lid Avenue, Charles Town, spent m. on U. S. Route 340, just west son in law and daughter, Mr. and Friday morning with her parents of the road leading-into Claymont Mrs Frank Jamison and children Mr .and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Court with ju~ one car being in- in Virginia Beach. [ Mrs. William H0ak Sr and volved. That car was being driven Mr and Mrs Alfred Collins . . I Miss Dorothy Bowers of Halltown by Stephen Bridges, 28, of Man. spent the weekend hohday m Car ~, and Mrs. Frank Simons of Char- assas, Va and ~mage to it was michaels Pa visiting Dr. Sara les Town were in Winchester Va. plac~ at $1,600, police said. Cree. Ion Friday where Mrs. Hoak had The driver of the westbound Mrs. Ernest Rhodes and daugh- an appointment with her physi- car lost control of his vehicle ter, Carolyn spent the weekend can, Mrs. Hoak has improved so when he said he saw something holiday with her mother in Harp much that now she is able to use dart into the highway in front of ers Ferry. Miss Rhodes left on a cane instead of a walker. him. The car struck a culvel~t. Tuesday to enter Duke University] Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of Hall- Bridges was injured, but not ser- inoVirginia, t town, and Mrs. Elmer Wright Sr. iously. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loughry 'of Ranson were Saturday even- The other Monday accident oc- visited relatives in Baltimore dur- 'ing supper guests of their bro- curred aboiit 10:05 p. m on Sec- ing the week-end. I ther and sister in law, Mr. and ondary Rotate 15, with cars being Miss Eleanor Johnson of Alex- Mrs. William Stickler and dough- driven by Sheila Kay Burkhart, andria, Va. spent the holiday ter Bobby Jean of near Berryville 23, Route 1, Kearneysville, and weekend with her mother, Mrs. Va. David S. IIou~eholder, 19, also of C. C. Johnson in Harpers Ferry. t Rev. Raymond Womeldorf of oute 1, Kearne~ville. being in- Mrs. Mildred Reynolds and son Winchester, Va was the guest volved. There were no injurms, of Washington, D. C. spent Sun- speaker for the 9:;30 Morning but property dan~age o the two day with Mr. and Mrs. John Hea- Worship Services at the Halltown cars was placed at $400 fer. A State Police cruiser had The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Presbyterian Church on Sunday Rev. Womeldorf wilt also ,be the stopped a car and when the two .Simpson during the holiday week speaker for Sunday September 13 vehicles involved in the accident end visited The Rev. Richard Les Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler approached the police tried to flag lie and family in Ellwood City, spent Sunday with his brother ~hem down with a flashlight. The Pa. Mrs. Leslie is now at home and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Burkhart girl was able to bring after spending sometime in the Richard Moler, of Charles Town. her car to a stop, but Householder hospital undergoing further treat Miss Karen Huse and brother was unable to stop his car and it ment. Timmy spent Saturday night with ~trt~k the back of the Burkhart Home From Hospital their aunt and uncle, Mr. and vehicle. Householder was charged wR,h following too close. 4-H Club Leaders For Host Of Events Geri Horn has returned home after undergoing major surgery in the University of Maryland Hospital. She is recovering nicely and expects to be well enough to return to school soon. Geri would like to thank eyeD*one for all the lovely cards she received while in the hospital. The Senior Choir of Bolivar United Methodist Church will be taking orders for home made doughnuts for delivery on Oct. 3rd. Anyone wishing to order Mrs. Lee Sipe on Euclid Avenue Charles Town. Visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak Sr. and Miss Dorothy Bowers, have been, Mr .apd Mrs. Frank Simofls and sons, Michael and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parks and son Michael, of Charles Town, Mrs. Charles Gray of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brill of Harp ers Ferry, Mrs. Henry McKee of Middleway, Mrs. Maurice Pope, Mrs. Marshall McA, boy Sr. and son Marshall Jr Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler and Mrs. Bernard Ott all of Halltown. Mrs. Henry McKee and daugh- ter Karla Kay and son Henry 04 Middleway, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy Sr. and son Marshall, Jr. Jefferson County 4-H Leaders Association wilt meet at the home of Mrs. Charles E. Ware on the Leetown Road Sept. 17. There will be one meeting at 2:30 p. m. and CHESTNUT HILL Miss Donna Jenkins --THE-. A Sound And Reliable Advertising Medium For More Than 126 Years -- 1844 - 1970 Past Events Visitors Sunday with Mrs. Mam ie Russell was Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Garrett. VisRors Sunday wRh Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jackson was Mr. Elmer Jackson and sons of BaRi- more, Md. Mrs. Margaret Allen of Ches~c- nut Hill 'is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Jackson 04 Baltimore, Md. Visitors Monday with Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jackson was Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gunning and daughter of Baltimore, Md. V~sitors Monday with Mrs. Net- tie Staubs and Mr. C. N. Hawk was Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and Miss Linda Hawk of Baltimore, Md. also.Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Staubs and daughter of Silver Grove. Visitors Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. William Wilt was .Mr. and Mrs. F~mklin Angelo and son of Springfield, gnd Miss Darlene Tur net ar/d Miss Beverly Turner dau ghters of Mr. and Mrs Guilford Turner of Mannings, Visitlng~ Monday with Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt was Mr. Step- *hen Angelo and Mr, Kevin Angelo sons of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin of Springfield, Mrs. Melvin Piper were r night visRors with Mr. Mrs. Billy Longerbeam. Sunday night with Robin Piper was Miss Carol L~neatser of Charles Town, Miss WiR of Ranson and Miss neaster of Chestnut HAll. ,~ Monday, with Mr. and George TaRon and family was Clayton Talton of Hamilton, Va. Weekend visitors with Rev. and Mrs. Emery McGraw was Mr. and Mrs. Klel'len McGraw of Takoma Park, Md Vhsitors for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jackson and family was Mr, and Mrs. Emery Smith and children of Littlestown Pennsylvania. Miscellaneous: Sunday Miss Tracia Piper, Miss Carol Lancaster, Miss Diane Lan- caster, iMss Robin Piper and Miss Lynn Donner visRed at the Muse- urns at Harpers Ferry and took with tthem a picnic lunch. ] GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY RKAD TH~ WANT ADS mmmmmmm I " OUR BILLI L$ B 4 box L$ B L$ B 19 ,2-~ pkg $1zs 20 ~ bag NO AR (With This Coupon) With Purchase 2 4-Packs G. E. Light Bulbs) AT REG. PRICE -- 60-75.100 WATTS KLEENEX I oz cans oo