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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959 5--A LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Birthday Dinner A ~birthday ,dinner .consisting of Jturkey and ~t~am and all ~he Crim- mings .was given by `Mrs. Hazel Null on Sunday ,in honor of the 7@th birthday of 'Mr. Leon Upright Those ,prese~u,t were Mr. and ~Y/rs. Floyd Wetter of .Mart~nsburg, Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and daugh- ter, IMr. and ,Mrs. Alvin U,pwrigl~t and ~aznily, ` Leon Upwright Jr. ,and ,framily and ~h~iss Jones Frith of Kearneysvil,le. Mr. Earl Luckett ,and son `Mar- vin, Mr. Donald Wfll.i~mson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W il,t mud sons ,Richie rand ,Stevie ,of Bolivar and Harpers Ferry.A ~beautiful ,three ~ier birthday cake and ~punch was served later in the evening. Mr. C~arles l~inald.i of Bolivar .'~ho has been employed by Park Service for quite some time has .been ~ransferred 'to Hyde's Park. New York. His ~i,fe and ~two child ren wilbl join hi~m in t'he near fu, t- are. Mrs. Derl Myers and daughter Chris~c~i,ua and ,Mrs. `Mary Lou ~tanley and daughter Brenda of Dover, Delaware spent Sunday at She home of :their br(~t~her-in~law and sister 'Mr. and `Mrs. ~ernon Webb and family. 'Mr. l~ichard Aitcheon of Laurel ~d. ~s spending a week witch ,his brother-,in-law and s~ster ~ir. and Mrs. `Monroe tCathbo,ne. Mr. Ait- ,c~eon who is ,in 'his 80~ year was 'severely burned in an accident at his ~home last Ap~l ,and spent vaos~ of the summer in ~a hospital suffering ,from third degree burns. Some skin grafiting was required. He has frequently visited ~is sis- ,ter here. IMr. Raymond Young has been very much i,ud.isposed at his home during .t~he pa~t week. .Mr. G. E. Web~b was ap atien,t in ~I~ing's Daughters Hospital in iMart.insburg last week and not ~Mr. G. E. Wilrt .as pub,lished. Mr. Welch ts slowly improving .at l~is home. The W. S. C. S. of the Bolivar kMe~hod,is.t Church held *their reg- ul,ar monthly business .and social meeting at Cne h~me of Mr. and ,Mrs. Loudan on `Monday ev- ening ,wi,th fifteen members pres- en, t. I Refreshments were served ater: business transaetions and a social hour enjoyed. We have just learned that Wen- ners Store and ,three ,houses ,in Brunswick, ~Md. were destroyed by f.ire during the ,weekend. The store was of many years standkng and a successful 'business had been conducted there. No one was .injur ed. Death of Miss Laura Sloan Friends and former neighbors of (Miss Laura SloarL were very sorry to learn of her death whic:h occurred on July 16, 1959 in :Springfield, Conn. ~er ma,uy friends in th,is area had not heard ~rom her for quite some time and some mai~l had been returned ~o Bol.ivar and Harpers Ferry. `Mrs. `M. J. ~au recently received let~ter ~from `Mrs. Mary Sloan, Coon niece of the deceased ,telling her of the death o~f her aunt who I TOWNE HOUSE THE RESTAURANT IN HARPER'S FERRY invites you to enjoy The Dining Room and Terrace OPEN DAILY FOR SUNDAY NIGHT BREAKFAST, LUNCH BUFFET 6 - 9 P. M, AND DINNER DAYLIGHT TIME R. P. LEONARD, Prop. TELEPHONE 3351 ~nmlliiiNIl| LOOKING. RESULTS? Dairy Sup If you use home-grown grains for feeding your cows it's sound practice to use a high protein supplement to provide proper diet balance. Whatever you feed and whatever your require- ments we'll be glad to recommend an effective mixing formula. Wirthmore Dairy Supplements will improve your herd's performance and boost your own profits. Why not try one and check the results for yourself? WIRTHMORE FEEDS CHARLES TOWN GRAIN FEED PHONE 73 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA 'was about 80 years of age. 1~11 de ,tails have not been lear,ned. Miss Sloan ,was born in Bolivar ibu.t ,later ~n life she spent many years in ~Har~ford, Conn. wi~h her bro- ther-in-law ,and .s,ister `Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Kreimanda'hl who bou aht a building lot in Bolivar on the cm;uer of Jackson and Zerger Street and 'had a *home 'being bu,ilt there 'when `Mr. Kreimandahl died suddeniy from a heart arrack. The sisters ,accom,panied the ~ody back to Hartford for burial and Jived there ~or over a year before re- turning ,to Bolivar a,fter which they had ~he ~home finished and lived in it for qu.ite some time be- fore selMng i,t ~to .Mr. and Mrs. C. E. C~arten of MarCinsburg who ~have ~lived there 1for over twenty years. They returned o Hartford a,ud `Mrs. Kre,imandahl died .~here few years ago. The ~Stoan ~fam- ily ,w.ill be remembered by older residen, ts of ~this area. ,Miss S]oan was buried in C~pringfie~d, Conn. `Mr. ~and ~Vlrs. Luther Mummaw now li~ing in Loudoun County, Va. day afternoon of t~his ,week. of! ,Mr. and Mrs. l~ober~ Bailey Laurel, `Md. and Mrs. Edith Shew- bridge of Germantowa, ~Yld. spent the weekend at t,he home of Irs. J. L. Eackles remaining over Mon- day and on :Monday ,they spent t~e day at Che home of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. V. `M. Carrey in nearby Vir- ginia. The our ladies are sisters. A cousin, ffVIrs. "Maude Hackley Walters of Savage, "Md. joined 'them on Monday at the Carrey ~home. The last play of the season at H~ll Top House ,'Hay Fever" was given on last Friday and .Saturday night with ,a good ,attendance. ~Mr. Eddy of Ne,w York City who .played in "The Edge of ,Night" on TV program was a guest at Hill Top House recently. By Miss Dorothy Bowers ,Mr. ,a,ud Mrs. Lester `Moler visi- have ren~ted the or(~perty o,f Mr. ted Mrs. James Fadeley in Charles and `Mrs. Ral,l~h Bush and will Town Thursday evening and on move ~nto i~t a.fter ~VIr. and Mrs. Sunday were visitors with :Mrs. Bush a,ud son move into ,their new Annie Zinn and her ,daughter `Mrs. ly :purchased property on 'Jeffer- Grace Moler also in town. son Aven,ue, Charles Town. Mr. Mrs. Gentry Muse, son Huey BuSh has been associated w~ith ~he and Miss Betty Casey of Leesburg, ! .Metropolitan Insurance Company Va. a,ud Master Jeffrey Bowers of for a number of years. Mrs. Mum- Bolivar were dinner guests Sunday ~w is t.he daug~,ter of Mr. and of Mr. and ~Irs. Aiton 'Muse and `Mrs. GranvlMe Oinkle of B~l,ivar. son. `Mr. and iMrs. ff-Iamvood Cauff- Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank .man 'sports last week in Te~unessee. Si,mons a~ud son `Michael and Miss '`Mr. and (Mrs. Tom l~Ass:ler ~at- Dorothy :Bowers spent Wednesday .tended the funeral of ,~heir uncle evening wi,th Mr. and `Mrs. Austi,u Mr. Charles Busey in Martins~urg :Bowers and family ~n Charles on laser ,Saturday. Rev. Alfred Co,l- Town Thursday. `Mrs. I-Ioak, `Miss lins, Tom,~Rissler, Flicker ~ond :Bowers, `Mrs. Elmer Wright and and "Junior" Jones saw a hal,1 `Mr. Samuel Strickler shopped in game in Was.hingt~n O. S. on last Winchester, Va. Wednesday. "Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and The local 4-H Club under ~he sons Clifton and Allen enjoyed a able leaders~p of Mrs. Thornton turkey din,uer Labor Day at the i W,il~ ,have been making excellen, t home of "Mr. and "Mrs. ~lli'am progress this su, mmer and early Trail and sons in Bolivar. fall. They have recently completed Miss Suzanne Grey was a week their c~mmunity ,Project whi~'h iSend guest of Miss Patricia Kid- !a picmc table. It is ,painted and witer in Bakerton. Her sislter Miss ready ,for use. They had many ex Jennifer Grey was a Friday Over- /hi'bits on display a.t the Cou,u,ty night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver ]Fair and were awarded 14 blue rib `Merchant and family. tons one ,member, Anne WiR 15, Paul Jr., Way,no and Kenneth w,inning 7 of them. Her brot~her `M~lls motored to Tunnelton, W. B,iH 13, caught a calf in ,the calf Va. ,Saturday w~here they visited scramble. The Club is now working on Con `M,r .and ,Mrs. Bernie Zinc. "Mrs. Paul ,Mills Jr. a,ccompanied hem servation Exhibits to be shown at home ~hat evening after spending the Flower Sh~yw sponsored by the a week ~here wilth her parents. C~arde,u Dept. of ,the Womans Club Anniversary Celebrated on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the ,Camp An a,un.iversary picnic dinner H.ill IMethod~s.t Church, beginning at 12 o'clock ~oon and .lasting un- was served Sunday at the home of `Mrs. Vallie ,Shipe in Ow~ngs tH 9 o'clock p. m. The public is Mill, `Md., .the occasion marking mos.t cordially in, ted. the 65th wedding anniversary of Rev. John Wright of ~the Camp 'her parents `Mr. and Mrs. Sweet HiM `Methodist C~hurch is conduct- Whittington. Members of the ram ing an evangelistic meeting at the ily were prese,ut including Mrs. Bakert~u Methodist Church this Whi~ttin:~ton's sister, Mrs. Nathan week. Ohoirs :from `Millv~lle and iel Grey of Halltown and her bro Camp Hill "Methodist Churches v,is thor ~Mr. John W. HiM of Vienna, ilted ,the Bakerton Church on '.Mort Va. dayevening and assisted with the `Mrs. Whittington, the former music and s,inging, l,Maggie Hill, 83 and Mr. Whitt- The No r~nan Wilt camily, the inwton, 92, are former residents of Howard Wil.t family and Mrs. L~Iin Bakerton and now reside with hie Wilt enjoyed a trip ,to Sugar their daughter. They were mar- Lo'a "Mountai,ns on Sunday. ried September 12, 1893 on the ~VIr..Edward H. Gotten was con- H,arpers Ferry bridge by Rev. Wen fined to his home for a few days ,Ch, ~,he `Methodist minister of that ,with ,a ,bad attack o$ intest,irm~l $1u town. They have a son Jacob who There 'has been several cases in lives in :Baltimore and a nu, mber .this community, of grandchildre,u and great grand `Mr. and `Mrs. :Charles Wil~t and children: A son, George and a dau daugh,ter Norma visited the for- ghter Helen Kidwiler ,are deceased mers son `Mr. William ~,Vilt and Those presen% for the occasion fam.ily ~n Falls 'OhurCh, Va. on were Mr. an.d ~Irs. Nathaniel Sunday. They are ,u~t~ves of ]3ol- Grey, ~Irs. Earl Poacher and sons,' ivar ~but recently purchased prop- Mrs. Edwin Clevenger ~f HaH town erty in Falls Church and moved Mr. and `Mrs. William Trail and :there. sons and John Schultz ef Bolivar, Mr. George Menefee of near ,Mr. ,and`Mrs. Ray Shipe and ~am- Harpers Perry, veteran of %he ily of Shepherdstown, `Mr. and Spanish-American War who has Mrs. John W. Hill and `Mrs. Jos- been a patient in N. D. B. `Medical ephine Mil:linson and son of Vien Center near Ma~tinsburg tfor some no, Va., Mr. and ~Ylrs. Jacob Whi,t- time spen,t .last weekend ,at his tington, Bal~timore, Md., Mr. and home. He is making splendid ,pro- Mrs. Arthur Wilhide ,and grand- gross in ,his recovery. His son t~ob .Children Rodney and Gregory ert B. Menefee of "Bo'l.ivar ~ras elec :Br~wn, ,Mr. and Mrs. George l%n- ted IMayor o{ ,Bolivar at the last ,her and son, Mr. and Mrs. Beaud- munici,pal election, ric ,Miller af Hagerstown, ~VId., `Mr. and Mrs. Oscar :Butts o,f Ha ~Mrs. Barbara Haines and family, Md. spent the 'weekend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shipe and at the ~home of ;Mr. and ,Mrs. ,M. ,family and Mrs. Vallie Shipe R. I. Lane on Bolivar Heights. children of Owings Mill. Mrs. S. A. Park and gra,nddau- 'Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Alton ;bier and `Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muse and son Timothy, ,Mrs. Haines of Keyser, W. Va. spent Frank Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Mar ~he weekend at %he home of `Mr. shall MeAboy spent Saturday a4~d 'Mrs, He~bert Sperry, ~Irs. night with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks .is remaining ~ith 'her daugh Frye in Charles Town. ~er for several days. !Mr. and "Mrs. ,Marvin Kimes and Harold :Sehaffer in,the U. S. Set daughter Catherine of Charles vice and s~ationed at Anacostia, To~vn visited Mr. and ,Mrs. David D. C. spent t~he weekend ,with his Penwell and ,family Monday even- parer~ts ~a ,Bolivar. Mr. and ,Mrs. Willie Moore andaC~~Esl~w~-~-~ pBeW~ri ,M~,,, ~,~.s ,~ ~ami]y spen,t Labor 'Day weekend width ~,heir d,au~hter `Mrs. Joe Rowe and ,family at .Oyster 'Poin.t, along width `Mrs. Edward Costell0 Va. and Mrs. Kittrell and '~amily of Loudoun Heights, Va. shopped of Newport News; Va. in Winchester, Va. on Friday. ~" On fast Thursday evening `Mrs. W. T. `Moore, Mrs. ~aymond Bill er and Mrs. Jack C,hilds went ,to ,Marbinsburg to see,,a display of exhibits made 1by C~irl Scou.ts a~d Brownies. The exhibits were shown in ~he ~Scout l~om in t,he Ci~ty Hall. Leather was g~ven ,to the visitors for the mak~ing of 'belts and pocket books. The local Scouts and ,B~wnies will have or- ~Mrs. William Hoak and ~Iiss Es ther Pope visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger ~il~lbourne in Charles Town Friday afternoon. ~Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger of Win ohester, Va. ~s spending ,this week wi~h her son4a-law and daughter Mr. and ~/Irs. Charles Grey and daughters. Visitors Sunday at the home of `Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Fraley were :ticles on display ,at the ~lower .Mr. and `Mrs. Gene Stevens and iShow ~o tbe he:Id at he Camp son of Knoxville, ,Md., Misses ~I-hll !Methodist Church on Satur- Jerry Lynn and :Bonnle Shewbrid Sons and Daughters, Nephews and Nieces will want to keep up with the news from back home while away at school. And you can bet that they'll appreciate receiv- ing the--- Stop in or Plmne Circulation Department ] oday---2 Z" Special Student Subscription Rate $2.5"0 (Plus 5 Cents Tax in West Virginia) e ,and Caroly Anderson of Brans wick, IMd. iDavid and ~arshall ,McAboy, Jr. :both in the U. ~. Navy spent ~he :weekend with *their parents ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Marshall ,McAboy. `Mrs. Eddie Ahatt and daughters and `Mrs. Rose Cou~tney of Ranson were visitors Wednesday evenin~ w~i,th .the ~McRboys. Mr. and Mrs. Lester ,Moler ~vere callers Monday morni,ug .at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rid er in Charles Town. ' Mr. and Mrs. A,lec Costello were supper guests SUr~day of the fo'r- mer's parents `Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Costello in 'Loudoun Heights, Va. `Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Alexan- dria, Va. spent :the weekend with her brother-in-law a,ud s~ster Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright. Dinner guests Sunday of ,Mrs. Winerd Bowers and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Bowers and children Carolyn and Mark of Bol ivar, Mr. and Mrs. Donald ~rye of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers a,ud son :Bruce "Mrs. Bowers and her granddaugh- ter Carolyn were wisitors in ,the af ternoon with ~VIr. and Mrs. Charles Ruble and son near Chagles Town Miss Sharon Fraley was an over i night guest Saturday of Miss Jen- nifer Grey. Mr. Gone Spud of Charles Tow~ was ~ ~Ulaper gue~.t Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger ,and daugl~ter. `Mrs. Florence Pope of :Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and son ,Michael of Ranson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Hock. Other visitors width the family ~n the eve~uing were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Orn- dorff and sons of Laurel, Md. Mr. Hoak returned ~o his work at Val ley Board Corp. on Monday after a six weeks absence due to illness. Circle Meeting The Presbyterian Circle met 'Monday evening at the home of ,Mrs. Alec Costello wl,th thirtee~ members and two visitors present. Mrs. Elmer Wright opened the meeting with prayer. The Secre- tary, Mrs. Marshall ,McAboy read the minutes and had roll call. `Mrs. Nathaniel Grey, Jr., chairman made several announcements and read an article from t, he Circle paper. The lesson for this ,~nc~uth, "Vic torious Suffering", taken from I Peter 3:13-22 was reviewed by Mrs. Lester Moler, the moderator for t'hls month. The ehairvaan closed the meeting wiith prayer. During the social hour the hostess assisted by her two sisters Mrs. El wood Bowers and Miss Sharon Clevenger served delicious relresh merits. The records ef any farmer claim ~ng he Lcommercial producer exem ption are subject .to audi~ by ~e State Tax Commissioner to ascer- tain if ,he is indeed eligible or ex emption status. CIVIC LEAGUE TO MEET The regular meeting of the Jefferson County Civic League will be held Thursday, September 17, at 8 p. m. at ~t. PhiHip's Parish Hall Charles Town. For the convenience (ff the farm ors o~ West Virgima, ~he State Tax Department 'has placed ~he exemption cerifica,te in the hands of all firms engaged in ~he sale of agricultural equipment a~ud ran- Serials. FREE PARKING - LOW PRICES - AND TRIPLE-S BLUE STAMPS SUN-UP m Lbs. TENDER-- lb. JUICY lb. d~ ~ ~.~crier Blue Stampt are a bonu~ you get with every purchase af IO4~ ar mare. Save them far valuable gift$l JUICY RED BEEF l'b. FRESHLY MADE SAUSAGE lb. PORK ESSKAY HEINZ - 16-OZ. For FRESH BREAKFAST LIBBY'S MIDGET GHERKIN II Reg. SIZE For POLAR PEAS For POLAR For POLAR - KRINKLE CUT Lb. Box LETTUCE BANANAS For U. S. No. 1 .49 50-LB. BAG large l]OX large BOX U Z large BOX LI Q,UI D i Giant CAN PERSONAL ,,SIZE Bars LARGE SIZE Bars OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9:00 P. M. (Quantity Rights Reserved) PHONE 287-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.