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II I I I LOCAL AND PERSONAL HARP R$ FERR By Mrs. G. E. Webb Skating Party On Tuesday, September 26, ]961 at the Berryville, Va. Skat. in,, Rink" from 7:30 to 10 ()'clock p. m. the first Skating Party will be held by the Skating Club which was formed several years ago. Any one over the age of 18 ,years who is interested in skating for fun is eligible to become a member and come to this party and pay 1he 50 cents to skate. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fisher and daughter and family of Eastern Shore, Md. were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wilt. Mr. G. E. Webb is still a pa- tient in Charles Town General Hospital which he entered on Sat urday, Sept. 9 He has shown im- provement and may be able to return home in a few days. Mrs. J. L. Mills and son Ralph of the U. S. Navy and little grand son Kimmy Conklin were visitors v,A , I c.lL.o,', t i rr MAOE FFEL ! . ,)XHEV COZVA O l LOCAL TKADEMAKKS, Let us help you keep your home cozy and happy. Our good fuel oil fills the bill. I Prompt delivery from me- lered trucks. | II I FOR YOUR .-:AND OTHER Call 424 J. Edward Magaha NORTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (Free Estimates Cheerfully Given. Just Call Us.) L! Kitchens... Playrooms... Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For ,/ 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Vs. Or Call Collect To PHONE AM 3-9411 Martinsburg, W. Vs. May 18-tf. II III III II I I I I II I II ACTIVITIES IN . . . f ANI) B(ILI r, I Telephone 2492 :t.,:G day evening. Park Ranger and Mrs. George Shake and two children spent Fri !day in the slate of Pa. geing as l far as Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. James Bones of [ Downing(own, Pa. spent last Wed i nesday at the home of Mr. and [Mrs/Leon Edwards. ! Mr. Clarence Marlatt and dau- !ghter-in-law Mrs. Elsie Marlatt and her sister Mrs. Hazel Carter of North Mountain, W. Vs. spent ]last Sunday at the home of Mr. land Mrs. Charles Wilt, parents of :Mrs Marlatt and Mrs. Carter. ""'Mr. Walter Webb of Baltimore, Md. visited relatives in this area a few days ago including his bro ther G. E. Webb a patient in C. 'T. General Hospital. [ The first Parent Teachers As- ]sociation meeting of the current I school year was held at the elem- entary school on Thursday even- ing. This organization needs the i support of all parents and it is hoped the attendance at these meetings will continue good. Thursday afternoon visitors at the G. E. Webb home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore" of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Ethel Moore Routson and Miss Mildred Gearhart of Lewisdale, Md. They also called on Mrs. Ethel Winters of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. S. D. Nichols of Charles Town and vis ited relatives in Kearneysville. The Moore family are former res idents of Loudoun Heights near' Harpers Ferry. $1,000 For Firemen The Friendship Fire Company has announced that the net prof it from the annual Carnival held in August was approximately $1,- 000. A Benefit Party will be held by the Fire Company on Friday and Saturday evening, Sept. 29th and 30th. Besides games and plenty of refreshments for sale tbere will be pony rides at reas enable prices. Door prizes will be given. Anyone who will donate pies, cakes, or candies will be con tributing toward helping the fire company. Soliciting will not be done but any one wishing to do- hate will please contact any mem ber of the Fire Company. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilhelm of Martinsburg spent Sunday with their son.in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. "Ned" Winters and dau- ghter Joanie. Mrs. Mame Marquette, former postmistress of Harpers Ferry who was quite ill and hospitali- zed for quite some time in Wash- ingtgn,. D. C. is getting along nice ly at the home of her daughter !Mrs. Cornelia Jones in Washing- ton. The very sudden change in the weather throughout this entire area has sure brought out ,the sweaters and coats and windows and doors are all closed and the electric fans are getting a rest for a little while. Getting so cold with out rainfall for so long makes us wonder as the hotter weather us ually~brings electric storms and rain. Several wells have been re- ported very low and several cis- terns have gone dry. A spring on the mountainside a few miles away, has ceased to furnish water for the first time many years. Home For Aged Filled The Pentecostal Home for the Aged near Bolivar Heights is getting along splendidly and is mostly filled to capacity. A new laundry room is being built to the Infirmary and other improve- mentst being made. We are very glad to have this fine home in our midst. It has proved quite a help to many pebple. Mrs. T. W. Wilt of Bolivar Hei- ghts is a patient in Charles Town ' General Hospital which she enter ed on last Friday. Mrs. Anne Littleton and her son John and daughter Sandra family of the late Clarence Little :fen left on last Thursday evening for Ithica, N. Y. where John en- tered Cornel University as a stu dent in engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ruther- ford and children of Bolivar and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith of Brunswick, Md. enj $ed a trip over Skyline Drive on Saturday. Miss Virginia Meier of Bolivar who taught school in Germany during the 1960-61 term is teach- ing this term in Cheyenne, Wy- oming. Messers Ernest Webb and The mas Webb and the formers son Elasha Webb of Baltimore, Md. visited their brother George E. Webb on Monday. He has been quite ill and hospitalized. Mrs. O. L. McCullen of Saison, N. C. whO has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Minnie Mentzwr left for California on Sunday. A luncheon was given in her honor on Thursday. Those present were Mrs. John J. Steinbrum and sis- ters, Mrs. Grandstaff and Mrs. Mc Milieu, Mrs. Minnie Virts and Mrs. Daisy Edmondson. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watson and family of WilIiamsport, Md. spent the weeknd with Mrs. Wat son's mother Mrs. B. F. Eackles. Some streets have been scra- ped and gravel will be spread soon. Some new streets have been opened up which is a great im- 3rovement and a new and wider road has been made to the Pen-I tecostal Home of the Aged. J Mayor Hughes has announcedI that an open town meeting willI be held in the near future and it J is hoped there will be a good at. l actlng secre ary4rea, urer and he 1 Mrs. Franklin Winkler and faro-, Moscow profoundly moved by SPZRrr OF $EFFERSON ADVOCATE tendance. The date will be an- ] will have information about the ] ily and Mrs. Fred Lewis were call space flight. 6--]] TIIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1! nounced later. ]club on Seplember 26. lers in th( evenin~ al the Wink-t ----'-------- I Mr. and Mrs. tester Locke of]iers. I USE ~IF'IE~DS ' Pittcairn Pa i~ visiting Mrs .l P T A Meets Se t 22 ...... ' Kk LI:I:I'OWH " " "" " " I.... .. ....I T ,e P T..,,.,v,, ,,o,d M r F rr . " ' . . . Its ,,,'st metm~, for this year on By Mrs. . art B uce u t lamfly ot Rockvflle. Md. vistted ]Tuesday .~o,,*,,mh~,,- ',~f~ ~i 7..~n . ------- ..... Sunday with Rev and Mrs Char l, m at the school house It is lwr,q. B. IT. Riomeoerger el t ..... " "" I v" ' .... " . IU3 IV II ll~lJ 1~. e , * , ~ ' " r Charles Town was a caller in the I ........... Ihop d that all parents having ~ _~...C.,,. ~ ~;"~,~Vt~ ~ ~ 1 r ~ ~.mto~ma~ots~ wllage Wednesday nmrnmg w~th da',s ~'olid-. *~ .... ~-- /child en m theLeetown School Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr and Mrs. Mr "and ~I-s'~":'~'~'~- ............... ]will be Present. Childrenare weli ~~ l ~ ~ ~ ~tv,es tc~,w.~ Charles Willis .." .. 7" ,,u~m~ o,~, w cj~y[eome and supervision forthem ,,.. "....., ~'~:...,,.. w ........ , i v~snors Sunday aHern oon w!m ]will be provided in another room. [ F ~r ~ m..~,,,. lv.tl, due *vii,'-,. ~2'1~: .t, ul.t alltt Nlr. an(I lVlrS Ernest llonorlCKS / .. .-,- . ..-. ,{ e,.~~~t~]Ik\~, ~ sen Kim f Charles Twn were ' 'She wmen will start wrk at' Mrs" t;naries uwens and sn'I ~ ~ supper guests Wednesday even- IMussehnans Monday morninu [ Alfred accompanied Mrs. John ] ing with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. I Mrs. Lyl'e Tabb, 'Mrs. Cha'~:iesIRissler and daughter Miss Car-'~ The Aid Society of the Metho- I Whittington and Mrs. Robert Mc | olyn Rissler to Harrisonburg, Vs. i dist Church will meet Friday lGarry went to Washington, D. C. in Wednesday Miss R~ssler ~s reI night September 22 at the home ]Wednesday taking Mrs. McGarry] turning toMadison College, ,H.ar-t FALL'S C0"'"0 edicine, Minutes of Mrs. Warren Collis. I to the George Washington Uni- I risonourg to resume her sm(ues. ] Don't forget the rummage sale Iversity Hospital. Mrs. McGarry re I I Accidents happen when ~ at the Methodist Church Satur-[turned home with them. Panfia Far 'h9 I ~ you least expect--and Of- ~ ] ~f~ day, October 7. I All the Tabb family's went to I"W ........ u~,,,., ...... [ ~ ten with severe financial ~ and Mone J consequences. You can Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, IBluemont, Va. last Sunday and t.,, . ,, , I Md. was a caller Saturday even-]had a picnic with Mr. and Mrs. It tOW At uooae eros. inc. I ~ help pay these bills and ~ ~,;~ in~, with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. [Wilmot Townshend. ] [ ~ come, too, with one of ~ I ~L~(~.J prescnbed somethingcheaper? Regular preaching service Sun ] Mrs. Naomi McCluskey of Port [ The beautiful and wide-track 2Etna Life's modern Acci- ~ '~ ,s day morning, September 24 in]Charlotte, Florida visited the[Pontiac automobiles for, 1962 ~ dent policies. ~ { ~~.~ patients sometimes ask. Perhaps. the Methodist Church by the pas ~ Tabb family Monday and Tues-I with all new features and beau-' I (/f_~2y)~ ~ But often the high'priced, high tor Rev. Charles Reckley at 9:45]day. J tifully built' and powered by the !H. S. CLOPPER, JR. I '~~ i~ potency products cut the cost of Sunday School at 10:45. I Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson lpotent Trophy V-8 with 215 tot { illnessbyassuringrapidrecovery. On Tuesday, September 26, [ spent l~hursday and Friday in ] 348 h. p. motor have been an- [ Insurance, and Real Sstate ] Our prices are based on an accu- 1961 at the Berryville Skating]Hanover, Pa. visiting Mr. and/nouneed by Goode Brothers, Inc. ] and Bonds Rink from 7:30 to 10 p. m. the/Mrs. Warren Worley. They all]at their show rooms at corner of ] rate record of costs. We are first skating party will be held]with Mrs. Corn Burns went to lNorth Samuel and East Liberty i120 E. Washington Street I w always gladtoexplainourcharge by the Skating Club which waslthe Smorgesbourgh in Harrisburg ]Street in Charles Town for this I Charles Town, W. Vs. ! @ for compounding aprescription. formed several years ago. Any-/Pa. Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Worley Iweekend- Goode Brothers, Inc. [ one over the age of 18 is interest- ] viisted Mrs. Ruth Garrick. [ are local authorized Pontiac deal [Telephone 216 ed in skating for fun is eligible] Mrs. Bruce Rodgers and dau- ]ers for Charles Town and will be ] , to become a member and to eome[ghter of Leitersburg, Md. were|happy to have visitors call on l mm . tw m ntm NlCi X UCK, ! arm, ct, to this party and pay .50 to skate.] Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and them now and see th new display I ~~~ Mr. Paul Mills of Halltown is Mrs. Taylor Winkler and Mr. and of Pontiaes. I ......... .. PHONE 173 CHARLES TOWN, W. t i ~:i:i:::~:!:i:?i i He may have- as he travelled from town to town, seeking the one best suited for his million-dollar industrial plant. But site- seeking is a highly secret Operation. : Loca- tions are studied quietly, confidentially, by men who may appear to be casualt0urists. / ::i And if a town fails to meet their reqmre, ..... " ments, they move on. Many a community . .... " has lost a million-dollar plant.., without : even knowing it had been considered! :: iii iiiii!iii!~i!~ii k New plants mean new jobs, new opportunities, new prosperity. So if your town is actively interested in industrial development, it should encourage industry. It should be progressive... up-to-date. Most of all, it should by its attitude, make industry understand it is wanted -- that new business would find a climate in which it could grow. Talk up your town -- "'Mr. Million" may be visiting in your midst tomorrow! t NORFOLK and WESTERN ()ENI~B,AL OFFICES. HOANOKE, VIROINI& NATION'S QOINO-~ST ]~LAIL,I:tOA.i~ t / I ! ., , . ,'( ! !