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t I ) 3 S e s r ~r v~ II ~r ,n ~r ~r :k fi- G. O. lue bit :of, ~ed VD, ~he el'- ado ~te. are aid g. 0tl~ raw LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 ~,Irs. Ira Dalgarn and son and dau,g~hter of Wa~bin,gton, D. C. spent the weekend w~%h the for- mers paren*s Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Caval.ier and a~ttended the Vlo,wer Sh0~v held a,t Ca,me H,H,1 Method- is* Church on Saturday. ~Mr. and M, rs. B~awner Z. Hard- ~ng of Gai,t~hersCburg Md. were din- ner guests a*t the home of their uncle and aun~ Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Webb. They were enrou, te home .,from Cumberland, Md. vChere they had at)tended a C'onven~t.ion o'f the Kn,igh~ts of Pyt)h,J~s on Sept. 17, 18 ~Mr. Harding was elected to the ~fice of Supreme Representa~t~ve ~[ the Orde,r of the Kn~gh%s of Py ~i~as. l~ection ~of Officers M. Y. F. An ele,~tion of officers was Held ca Sunday evemng for the M. Y. F. of the Bolivar Me,rhodes* Chur ch for the enslting year. 2Lhey were as follows: Laureda Webb, reelected pres~iden,t; Pa*sy Rocken bau~=h ree'lected vi,ce presiden,t; June Lee Webb treasurer; K'Lt~e l=bamey, Ass,is,ban~t Tre,asu~rer; Mary Louise Jones, secre,~ary; Conme l~iney, assistant* secretary; o,rgaa 4s% Pa~tsy Rockenbaug, h; assistant organist; Sandy P~ocken:b au,g~h; progr~am Chairman; Pa0sy l~adney; wors~o c,ha~irm,an, M$,rl'in Ea,ton. The M. Y. P. is get,ling along nice ly ~t *,he above church w,i,bh a very g)o,d a~t~tendan,ce.I,; Mrs. C. E. Dudrow has received word thwt she is aga~m a gre~t gra~,dmother, her g~and,son and wife Lt. and Mrs. Peter Dudrow of Ba~ton Rouge have announced the bi~t)h of theh" second daug~h- ter, The young cou'ple spen,t 2 years in Japan returning ~o the Strafes a ii,t~tle over a year ago. t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1959 7---B + west vir-glnla- H Tractor Champ|on Will Compete for Eastern ILl. S. Title Randall Reeder (center), 16, son of Mr. W. Howard Reeder of Buckhannon, W. Vs., is shown here receiving congratulations from R. R. Chrisman, sales engineer~ American Oil Company, Pittsburgh, Fa., after winning the 1959 West Virginia 4-H Tractor Driving Contest. Looking on is W. C. McClernan, Sales reprcseno tative for Amoco in Pittsburgh. As winner of the state contest, young Reeder will represent West Virginia at the Eastern U. s. 4-H Tractor Operators' Contest at the State Fair of Virginia in Richmond on September 29. The West Virginia tractor contest I~art of the National 4-H Tractor Program sponsored by American Oil Company in 2~ states from Maine to Florida, I~fglQr his father on their 4~-acre farm in LewL~ Cotmty.. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ha,rry O~t were the l'~bters paren*s Mr. and Mrs. l~b- err Buti~ar of l~ikes~de, W. Vs.; ~Mrs. El.Me Shriver and son a~nd daughter el near Mar,~lnsburg and ~Mrs. Es)ther Da~ley and three sons of CA~rles Town. A/lc Leon I~nk,le a~com, panied by Mrs. I)ink, le and their sm,al~l son Bryan spe~t a leave recently w~th re,l~lves in this are~, i~l,ud ing the formers parenCs Mr. and ,Mrs. GranvH~le Dinkle of B~ltvar. They came from Savannah, ~a. v~here the former was s'ba,t~oned. He has re-enlisted for a period of .four years and had to report to ~he Homestead Air Base in H,a~rri,s a~ld We~, Mrs. Don P~n~a,ldl, Mrs. Roy Dil~ow, Mrs. Edna/Ll~len, Mrs. Calvin R(~bin~on, 'Mrs. R0bert~ Menefee, Mr. H~rold R~Mnson, *tits. Erse,lll l~u,therord, Mrs. Ver- non Webb and Mrs. Jane D~bson. ,Mrs. C. E. Dudrow had as her guests on last Sunday, her d~ugh- *~er-~n-lar~v Mrs. Daniel Dudro~v of B~ton Rouge, La. and the }a~vte:rs s~ster Mrs. Peggy Bransford of ~t. IMyer, Flu. ~nd Mrs. Judy Sad,ler: of Vero Beach, Plorida. They came to a~tend Vhe funera, l of the ,l'ate Mrs. Harry Downs of near Shep- herds~own on Monday afternoon. ~al Funeral I~reotor J. Dona~ld Eackles had charge of funeral ar- rangeme~n,s. The body res~d ~t ~burg, Pa. where he will be s~ta~on his Chapel before being moved Vol ed .for the presen. ~Bhepherdsto~vn where inttermen't ~ev. John Wright of the Camp was made. I H.i'i Methodis~ Church, cond,u~ted Mr .and Mrs. C..,,M. Trundle aridi ,0he E~angelistic Service a~ Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Miller Web'.b spent las~ Thursday w.i~h flyers. Trundle ~ vin C'haoel in Jefferson Coun~ty on brother ~nd vdfe Mr. and Mrs. .Wednesday evening. Rev. Parsons Floyd Burns in Bethesda, Md. is pastor wt the above Church. Mrs. Rober~ Stunt* of near Be2l~ecen.t visi~to~s at the G. E. ivar entered Memoriwl Hos,pl,tal in home were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, IV~d. a~ an early hour Rober Se~nate of Florida., Mr. and on SunDay morning in a critd'ca.1 ,Mrs. Marvin Wu,ters and son ~har condi~io~ from double pneumon,ia les of laleasa~t Va~,ley, Md. and a,nd a heart condition and also Mr. Arthur Webb ,and son David compl.~,c~tions. She was immediate .of P~anson. igor. and Mrs. David ~is~op of Lan s~ng, Mi:ch., hrdss Len$~ Aptz of W.a*erl~ck, Va. and Mrs. William Dass o.f Stephens C%ty, Va. We be- lieve we wifl learn quite a lot of i,rtteres~ng facts a~bout these huge floCks of birds w~Vh4n the next few weeks, l~anger and Mrs. Daven- port, are also very much i,-~terested in the hordes of birds f.lying over Vhis are~ every evening. Spaghetti Supper Friday The MYF of the Bolivar Meth- odist Church is s,ponso~ng a Spa- ghe~ti Dinner on this Friday even- ln,g of t~his week beginning a~ 5 o',cl~ck. Prices m:e 50 and 75 ce~n~s The offic~'al Beard meeting w~l~ be held on the same evening, Sept. 25 beginning at 7:30 o'clock. We ho~e these fine young peo~e will ~h~,ve a ~plend~d crawd for Vheir supper. Mr. Arehie Pranzer o~ Park Ser- vice I~arpers Ferry was q u~e i'11 for sever~ days last week. lWiss Janet Shurnaker ~a~ghter of the l~te Cxuy Shumaker and ~Mrs. Ru~h Shumaker of Harpers iFerry lef, t on Su,nday for l~arris- :on burg Vs. where ~he entered ,1VIad~son college. She is a grad ua~te of Harpers Ferry Dls~ri,ot High School, class of '59. IaJl L ILIIII_ II THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Clmrl s Town Shepherdstown 35 162 - ]1 Ill I ly placed in an oxygen ten,t and Mr. Eddy of New York Ct,ty who For white wood areas on brick and masonry houses, w,a~ showing some improvement pl;ayed in "The Edge of" on on Monday n lgh~. "'Myrtle" has a a TV program was a recer~t guest large circle of friends in th s en- Top House. Resists 'chaIk[ngr'-prevents white run-d0wn on tire area Who are hoping for her ,Mr. and Mrs. Royce Sm{'th and E L McDONALD, JR., ~teady i,r~provemen, f~mily and Mr. and Mrs. Charles dark colored surfaces, o,ndMr'familyand Mrs.of Wash~ngton,Thmas Ligh,tnerD. C. Webb off Alexandria, V~a. were AGENCY Brilliant white-may be tinted, spe=t Sunday a~ t~e+ home.of Mr, weeke~nd and Sunday guests re- and Mrs. William Po~ts and dau- ~peotavely a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller Webb, INSURANCE AND ~hters. 'Some last minute "P~ird News" PEOP[ ES $ PPLY ,Misses Pris~;il~Arms and los-justc~metousand~l~0houghliis REAL ESTATE l ephone Summers of Belair, Md. a~m:os~t mailing time we w~l~l'l add s~e,n% Sunday at the home off the a few lines. M~r. Orville Crowder, a l~ason Building formers parents Prof. and Mrs. season,al Na:tural~s for U. S. laark Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. c.c. Arms. Service w:a,tched the birds on Men Phone 735 Mr. and Mrs. RiChard Sechrist day evening from the home of Mr. ,BUY THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK or Ba.litimore, Md. were vi.sitors a)t Fred Daven~por and twmily. Mr. Charles Town, W. Vs. the home of Mr. Reno E~ton and Crowder was accompanied by Mr. faml~ly on Sunday and vlsi~ted Mrs. Brooke Meanley, Biologist for the Ra~,ttq THE ~Jtltt, Eat*on s,iste.r of Mrs. Sechris~t in U. S. Fish and W~le l~fe SerVice ,~ Kings Daughters Hospi+tal in Mar- and an authority on I~lack birds, i ...... tmsburg where she has been a pa " PireiS improving and expects to returnhomeThecompanySOOn.pres~den~Mr.Of A.thej.Friendsh~:PBa,l,lenger 1 iN DI JI N 11" has announced tha~ the net profi~t ,frova the Carnival held reee,n~ly on the grounds a~t the H,al'l of the The Waterford Foundatmn extends a Friend~h{p l~ire Company nebted $1,806.38 for the benefit o,f the cordial invitation to all those who are Fire co.. Sa turday. Oct. 10 wil,1 be interested in entering craft articles, food stuffs, plants, etc., to be sold during the AN D The Country Store, the Old Mill, the Red Barn and .the Weaver's +Cottage will be open to receive goods from 10 A. M. to 3:00 P. M., EST, on Monday, September 28 and Tuesday, September 29, and from 7:00 to 9:00 P. M., EST, Tuesday, September 29. Perishable food stuffs will be accept- ed during all three days of the exhibit at the Country Store. Articles to be entered must be tagged and num- bered with the Waterford Foundation exhibitors number. Any exhibitor, who does. not. have. a number should report to the OLD MILL for a sign- ment of a number, at the hours given above on September 28 and 29. Exhibitor numbers cannot be assigned during the three days of the exhiMt. Jams and Jellies must be in Standard Size Sealed Jars; all baked goods must be .wrapped; baked goods prepared from packaged mixes will not be acceptable; crocheted work and articles made of plywood will not be accepted. Exhibitors may call for unsold article on Mon- day, October 5, from 10:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M., at exhibit buildings. After that date articles wilt be returned to the Old Mill. Waterford is seven miles from Leesburg, Va. From Leesburg take Route 7 northeastward to junc- tion of Route 9 at Clark's Gap. Turn right to junction of Waterford road; right again to Water- ford, Loudoun County, Virginia. WATERFORD, VIRGINIA and 24-:2t. I I Fast Dry a Load in 26 Minutes Ch~ld,rens Day wl+t+h the local Fire Company. Wi,th t'he~r parents con sent they can huve rides on the l~lre Engine from 10 o'clock a. m. un,bil 12 o'clock noon and from 2 to 4 p. m. !Mr :mud Mrs. Evan N~son of Andover, Mass., have moved to Harpers Ferry and are occupying ~e W, inters pr~pe.rty. Mrs. Nason was the f~rmer Miss Luia Win- tens, native of I~rpers Ferry. Mr. Nas~n recen,tly rebired a~er teach ing for many years in Andover Academy. ,Mr. and Mrs. A1 Stevens of Bal imore, Md. were recent guests a~t HH1 Top House. The fo,rmer broad casals over TV .from Baltimore. .'~. ~harles K. Van Doran was a,,-mt~her well kno~n~ pert, on stop- ,ping a~ Hi,ll Top House recenltly. There has been but very liVtie rain,t~al in th~s area for qui,te some l~me. Wells and cL~terns are get- in 26 ~ ~,ing low at m a,ny homes. The town ~ter su~pPly t~as hel~ up pret,ty well to d~te but ~he,re Wilt pos,~i,b- ly be restri~lons in the near fut- ure i,f there is no rain,fall. Other Oryers do this NswMaytagDryerdoes We understand ~he.+t there has . . Clothes come in this.,. Regular toads ,been m~Ch co;ncern over the waZer contact with c0ncen- dry at 100 to 110% ,situ:a~lons around the Frederick, trated heat as high as Ends overdrying, yet 200. Result: overdry, clothes dry fluffy wltll ~Md. area. trig Is common, fewer wrinkles Stork Shower A ~tork Shower was given recent 4 NEW FEATURES.,3 NEW COLORS...4 NEW MODELS ly a~ the Commum~y I~a,l~ in Bak evton for Mrs. Charles Wel/b of Alexandria, Vs. formerly of Bak- enton. The c(~lor scheme was car. tied out in pink and blue wJth a bassine~ and a stork sta~fl~n~ near by. RefreSh_menu,s consisted of ~rnir~ts nuts, 1~ta~to cl"~ips, sand- w,i,~hes, cake and punch and were served by Mrs. l~y'ce Smith of Al- exandria, Va., Mrs. Berkeley Cus- ~er of Jefferson Terrace, M~,s. H~we Kidwiler and Mrs. Stz~t'her Morrison of Bake~ton and Mrs. ~Vfiller Webb of Harpers Ferry. The guest of honor received many o~btra+tivc and useful girts. Those presen,t were Medds. Ada Moler, Edna Mac Web~, Ka,therine Hous- er. Audrey ~age~y, Laura We4slh, Mae Wel~b, Margie Goode, Ru,th l~bins~n, Barbara ,Chicchi,rich~, Nora R0,binson, Helen Anders, Du- bie Welsh and d aug~h~er and Vir- gima Rnble, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. H,iggs, Mrs. J. D. Sm*th, S~h~rley Dopson, Mrs. Jas. K+d~v~ler, Ber- :ke4ey Custer, E~ifly MOl-Fi~on mad Charles Web~. Those no% a,trending bt~% send- ~ng giif,t~ were Mr .a~d Mrs. Char'! 2es, NEWI AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER . Dampens clothes for easier iron- ing. NEWI REVOLVING DISC LINT FILTER pulls lint directly out of dryex. Snaps out for easy cleaning. NEW! AIR INTAKE FILTER . Re- moves dust and dirt fIom all in. coming air. NEWt AUTOMATIC DE.WRINKLING . . Exclusive "Wash 'n Wear" setting removes wrinkles. PLUS: NEW mATCHING MAYTAG COt.ORS--eZnk, green, yellow, and white Timer Control Air-Fluff Setting .~fsty Door Quiet O~eration, Cool Cabinet Rustproof Cabinet Gas or Electric Models NI=W MAY'rAG ....~o o,,,,,..o,,,,, $199.9s L....~.- ""'~-t~s 114 NORTH CHARLES SIREWI COMPLETE ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. . Sept. 17 m t u 41 e You Better Yourself Because You Help Your County When You Trade With The Advertisers SAVE Travel, Expenses, Time--.and Money Patronize Your Local +Merchants.