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' lorganizations from bo.th Bolivar land Harpers Ferry to meet wit,h LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . I them t,his Wednesday at the Fire H:RPF KS oFERRf AND I DLI t [Stand on Route 340 will be open l every day during t:he Cen,ten.nial. IThey will have for sale soft, drinks, E By G. . W b Telephone 2492 Ihot dogs. candy and etc and will ]give out information on parking land where the events II are taking he' Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions ,continuing until dark. It ,will be The guest for the evening ] place. ]was Mr. Peter Merdith, associat- Club met for t~he regular dinner served cafeteria style and t'he led with the Na.tic:aal Park Service meeting at Camp Hill Methodist Iprice will be $1.00 per plate. The l as construetion inspec,tor. Church Social Anaex on last Wed ]Lions cordially i,nvite the public i Mrs. Myrtle Stuart of Bolivar .n~ay evening The business sea to be present and enjoy both tbe ]continues qtlite ill in the Memoria'l ~siOn was ~taken up with John [ Centennial and the dinner. IHspi't'al in Frederick, Md. She :Blown Cenennial activities in I Regarding the street projec, t ihas been a patient there for over iw~iCh the club with other local I going on in Harpers Ferry at the l a week. cl~c and church organizations ]present time Lions have assured ] Saturday evening visitors at the ia~ participati,ng. On Sunday. Oct Ifolks that all ditches will be fill- [home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb ilSdurlng t,he Centennial the local led a,nd the construction equip- Iwere Mr. and Mrs. lIoward Zepp :Lions Club will have an ox roast Iment removed from the town be- ~ln Harpers Ferry Town Park. Ser I fore tJhis 4-day celebration. I and daughter Carole Lee of Pitts- I burgh, Pa. and Mrs. Zepp's par- ~lng will begin at 11 o'clock a.m. The local Lions have urged all lents Mr. a,nd Mrs. Thomas A. ]Webb of Baltimore, Md. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE I Mr. Clarence Hackley of near ]Harpers Ferry is seriously ill and 6-,-B 'I'HUI{SDAY, OCTOBER 1, 19;59 ]a patient in Leesburg Hospital. Miss Kay Cameron of Harpers ml mm -- " 1 1 tFerry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Jack Cameron en,t,el'ed the Nur- i ' ')H~~~D~~I ;~E~~~cAt [ses Training School in Winc,hes- " Iter, Va. on Sept. 8. Guests from the Traini;~g School who accom- panied her home for the weekend were Miss Sallie Chambers of Lees !burg, Va. and Miss Dona Dean of I White Sulphur Springs, Va. and ]her eou.~in Miss Donia Robinson P. O. BOX 16'), ('HARLES TOWN, W. VA. of Charles Town ! "Back to Wa.ters' School for a i Day" will be the title of an all day affair scheduled to be held at the !above school in nearby Loudoun : ' F County, Va. on Armistice Day, Nov - GENERAL TYPES O 11 beginning a,t 9:15 a. m. and closing at 3 o'clock p, m. Some for - mer teachers will be present and UTZ PHONE 28-F-022 CHARI,ES TOWN, W. VA. ~ TS (RESIDENCE NEAR F EAGAN MILL) () for heating your home with oil () IT'S () IT'S SURE 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 lever oz nea 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 helpo prevent formation of sludge. SHI H DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "sch:ool" will be opened in the us- ual way as of many years ago. No one need bring their dinner buck- ets as a light lunch will be served a.t noon. Everyone who has even been a pupil at Waters SChool are mo~t cordial,ly invited to come to school t'hat day and bring a friend or relative. No admission. A small container will be visible if any one wishes to give a small collect- ion. This affair could be called "A Reunion of school mates". It will be held in the old stone house which is now used as a Din ing Hall for serving suppers and etc. Mrs, Austin Everhart of near Harpers Ferry has been ill at her home. t Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wheatley have returned to their home in Tampa, Florida after spending two weeks w~Ch the formers mo- ther Mrs. Blanche Wheatley in Bolivar. 1 Mr. W. T. Moore, Scout mas,ter I o,f Troop 28, Boy Scouts spent Sat re'day and Sunday a,t the annual Fall Camoree held at tile old Mor tans Grove Fair Grounds near Shepherdstown. Scouts W.ho accompanied their Scou.t Master were Don Painer, Clifton Poacher, Thos. Moore, Ken net'h Cain, Dav,id Trail, Pa,trick DeLauder and l~ch,ard Wilt. The Explorers, Post 28 under the lead ership of Mr. Ro'bert Horn also s'pe,n,t Vhe weekend a,t the Campor- ee and on Sa~turday a,fternoon, Mr. Sherman Harrison, Cub Scout Master of Pack 49 took the num- bers of his Pack to Shepherds, town to visit the C'amporee. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb on Sun day were Mr. and Mrs. WalLer Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Webb of Bal~timore, Md. Mrs. George Kinc,heloe of Clif- ton, Va. was a recent visitor at the home .of Mrs. Blanche Wheatley, ,Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beck and Vhe formers m(~ther Mrs. Sadie Beck of Washington, D. C. were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Fred Steadman. Mrs. Lena White has been in- disposed at her home. The Harpers Ferry District Woman's Club ~h,ad its ,annual op i enlng din,nor at ~the sesial of Camp Methodist Churvh on Thurs- i d'ay evening. Fol,lowing t~he In,voc- a, tion by Rev. JOhn Wr!gh~t a ham dinner was served to 40 members i a,nd gues, ts. Tables were at,racave with .arrangemen,ts of fal'l flowers and t)he speakers ,table was cen- tered wi.th ,a large bowl of roses. Ot~her floral arrangemen,ts were placed throuchout .~he room. The The Maryland Cooperative Milk Producers, Inc. has arranged a series of meetings throughout the Baltinmre milkshed to explain the terms of the Department of A=rlculture s "recommended decision" for a Federal Milk Marketing Order for the Upper Chesapeake Bay area. These meetings are informational only. They are open to every milk producer, regardless of MCMP membership and non-members are cordially invited. Every effort will be made to answer any and all questions pertaining to the Federal Order. Meetings the week of October 5 follow. The October 9 meeting is the last. However, MCMP officials and Fieldmen will be glad to answer questions by individuals who were not able to get to the meetings. October Sth October 7th October 8th October 9tb MONDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Thurmont, Md. Unionville, Md. Bardane, W. Va. New Midway, Md. Guardian Hose Co.Unionville Grange " Jefferson Co. New Midway Vol. 7:30 P.M. Hall Community Fire Company 7 : 30 P: M. (:enter 7 : 30 P.M. 7 : 30 P.M. Rising Sun, Md. Rising Sun High Phoenix, Md. School Auditorium October 6th Clynmalira Meth. 7:45 P.M. TUESDAY Church, Old York Rd. Middletown, Md: and Stockton Rd. Hereford, Md. Middletown Vol. 2 miles west of Hereford Vol. / Fire Company Jacksonville Fire Hall 7:30 P.M. 7:45 P.M. 7:45 P.M. Maryland Cooperative Milk Producers, Inc. 2210 NORTH CHARLES STREET BALTIMORE 18, MARYLAND ipresident, Mrs. Thornton Will Tel vention at .the Lutheran Church in ................................................................................. ~ ........... ' ' ...... """ tamed members and gueses and Fro:a,t Royal, Va. on last Sunday. lintroduced Mrs. Paul Fighbaugh Mr. Charles l%inaldi of Hyde~ ~ of Washington and Harpers Ferry Park, N. Y. spent :the weekend who sang two numbers, "In a witch his family in Bolivar. Sunny Little Town" and "I Be- He was employed by t,he U. S. lieve". ~Ier husband accompanied Park Service in Harpers Ferry but ()F HOLSTEIN I)AIRY HERI) AND FARM her on the piano. The speaker was was transferred to Hyde Park re- Pc Mrs. Cyrus Cavalier who will dir- eently. His family will join ,him MACHINERY, Near tlillsboro, Virginia play ect the Historical drama "The in the near fucu,re, roon Prophet" to be preesnted foul" Mrs. Lewis Swope has been very SAq URI)AY, 0CTOI),ER 3, 1959 Cha: time,~ during the centennial. ]muCh indisposed for the past lew ~ing Both the historians and gover- lweeks at her home in Bolivar. STARTING AT 10:09 A. M. (E. S.T.) RAIN OR SHINE pres npr's luncheon will be ope0n to t,he I 'Mrs. Phyllis Fowler r~turned flaying sold my farm located near Neersville, Va., 7 ~/.2 miles north of Hillsboro. grea public and reservations and tickets ]home on Saturday after a ten day adv~ may be obtained from Mrs. WiN [busi,:~ess trip to California where on Route 671 (ltillsboro to Harpers Ferry. W. Va., road) and 2~} miles South of ~firm lard Molcr of Harpers Ferry. In ad Ishe was in Los Angeles, San Ma- Route 340 at Sandy IIook Brid,:c, watch for Signs, I will sell at the above men- i pros dillon to the many activi,ties plan Itee, Fresne and Deal,ales. She tioned time and place the following: Pon,1 ned for Saturday it has been learn Imade the trip each way by plane 49 tlEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD 49 HEAD ~ou, ed that the Pioneer Fife and Drum land t:he Teat'her was fi~e on the of c ttrip to ColiC but on t'he return present.Crps of Pittsburgh, Pa. will be ]trip t, hey en(~ountered roug~h Tea- CERTIFIED FOR BANGS T. B. ACCREDITED . p( Get-well cards were passed a, ]ther, with rain and high winds. ItERD CONSISTS OF 39 COWS, 5 of which are Wisconsin Holstein's and the han~ round mad t'hose present signed I,Most of the passengers were sick rest were all raised on the farm and sired by Registered Holstein Bulls from Mr. No. t~heir names and they we,re ser~t land 'the pla~e was grounded once lloward Sprague's Chestnut Knoll Farm. About 112 of this herd is milking with li si~t( to Mrs. ,Myrtle Stuart, past pres-Ifor clear/ing, airing and e.tc. and Ven ident of t)he Club who is a pa-]after taking off with the passen- their first and second calves and very few eows h~ve had over 4 calves. These ~ ville t ient in Frederick Hospita,l and ]gets feeling better and $,he we~th- cows are all calfhood vaccinated. T.B. and Bangs tested for this sale and Veteri- ing Mrs. Nannie Wise, a member of [or conditions better, the trip was narian will be present to issue interstate shipment papers, ies, pore [o. k. 'from ,Vhere to Washington, D. REGISTERED IIOLSTEIN BI!I.L 3-yrs. old named Chestnut Knoll R A Kin 'lOngsomeStandingtime. Who has been ill for IC. On boarding the plane on U,n- ~s fff and New members ,welcoaned into]ileal AirLines in LosAngeles, Mrs. out of Chestnut Knoll Osl)orndale Doll that has a record a a 6-year old o has the chlb were 'Mrs. AlfredCol-]Fowler was surprised when she 13987 M. 5.1 test and 717 B. F. in 365 days and she has 2 sisters with records ~i w'i~ lins, Mrs. Roy B~t~s, Mrs.Eaal ]looked at a folder which had been over 700 B.F. aree PeaCher, Mrs, Ed~]in Clevenger,]handed to all passengers .to see a 9 VACCINATED HOLSTEIN HEIFERS from 6 to 8 monlhs old, sired by Tru Mrs. Eva:~ Nason, .Mrs. A. J. Tren beautiful picture entitled "Shen- the above bull and out of good cows. ' Ten kamp and Mrs. Robt. Fribts. The ~andoa'h Autumns". Following was first, business session of the new a nice article on t,he beautiful see AUCTIONEERS NOTE:--This is a young herd of Holstein Cows with extremely un(i Club year will be on Thursday ev ',nery in Historic Harpers Ferry good type, well uddered and showing plenty of milk quality. There are 7 elev,~, en,ing, Oct. 1. 1959. and nearby areas. There was a ter springers, 15 fresh since July 1st and the balance in full flow of milk. Dairy- P'~ Mr. and Mrs. William Evans of rifle downpour of rain in some ,MondayPittsburgh'~:FterPa'spendingreturnedthehmeweek-n ]FowlersParts of stayCalifrnia aduringseptemberMrS" men if you ;w(,d cows for fall production that are milking well now pl~n t~ of S when attend this sale.I).II.I.A. Milk wts. will be given, llerd B,F. test runs from ti~yJj [rain had not, been recorded for 36 to 40% . mZes~t,i, end with their aunt Mrs. C. E. tver .thirty years. DAIRY E ~ Dudrow. Mrs. Louis Hanley of West Hy-I Recent visitors at the home of QUIPMENT trot at,Asville, 'Md. spent Thursday iRev. and Mrs. Lawrence William- Mojonnier 300-gallon milk tank complete with compressor (3-yrs. old, perfect ~} ,night, and Friday a~t the G. E. Ison of St. John Lutheran Church condition, if not sold before day of sale); Gill 80-gallon hot water heater, 4 Surge milking units less than 2-yrs. old, milk compressor and pipe, wash up v~ts, strain- Webb home in Bolivar and visi- were Mr. and 'Mrs. H. M. William- ted Mrs. Leon Edwards on Thm.~- sen and ,their d,au~hter and family day afternoon, of near Roanoke, Va. Mrs. Kate Rev. Lawrence Williamson of St. Bishop of South Boston, 'Mass., JOhn Lutheran Church accompan Mrs. Joseph Williamson and son ted by several" members of t,he and family of near R9anoke, Va. Church a Vtended a Church Con- and Mrs. and Clelis Clarkson of Covington, Va. Notice of Special Mrs. Daisy 'Marks is ~mproving after being quite ill at ~he ~home Meeting of the Board of her sister-in-,law Mrs. Myrtle Haefer for a week. She returned of Trustees of to her ow._n home on Monday ev- ening. "The President and Anot'her supper will be served Trustees of Storer at ,t'he Ebeneezer ',Method ist Chur ch dining 'hall on Saturday even- College,". A Corpor- lng,be givenOCtoberlater.31" Full details will tics. Mr. and ,Mrs. Howard Wilt and two young sons of Bolivar Hei- gh,ts have moved to Hun,tington, Notice of Special w va where Mr Wile will be in Meeting o'f the Board business wi~h a L.,mber~ Company. His mot~her .and grandmo.t~her ~Mrs. of Trustees of Minnie Wilt and Mrs. T. W. Wil~t of Bolivar Hoights are visiti.ng Alderson - Broaddus t,;hem in Hunting~ton .this ~eek. College, .A Corpora- Mrs. J~hn Perry has been quite sick at her home on Bo.lJvar Hei- hon. ghts for severa'r days. ATTEND C~--U-'~It SUNDAY The members of the' :Board of Trustees of "The Proudest and Trustees of Storer College", a cor- poration, and members of the Board of Trustees of Alderson- Broaddus College, a corporation, will hereby take no~ce thai: (1) A specia~ meeting of) the Board of Trustees of "The Pres~- dent and Trustees of ~torer Col- lege", a oorpora~tion, is hereby .call ed by Clare,~ce W. Gran$ord, t~he President of suc~h Board of Trus- tees, to be held in the Library Buitding of Storer College at Har- pers Perry, in Jefferson County, West Virginia, for SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1959, AT THE HOUR OF 10 O'CLOCK A. M., E. S. T., of which you, and each of you, as a member of said board, will hereby take no~ice, said cor- poration being a nonstock corpor- ation, and you, and each of you, as a member of said board, shall a~te..nd said meeting in lieu of sockholders, all for the purpose l b_ereal:ter set out. (2) A special meeting of the i Board of Trustees of Alderson- Br(~addus College, a corpora~on, is hereby called by Wayne C. Haw ker, Presiden~t of the Board of Tpastees, to be held in Bassell Lounge of Alderson-Broad'dus C01 lege in Phillippi, Barbour County, West Virginia, for SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959, at 9 o'cAoek a. m., E. S. T., of which you, and eac?n of you, as a member of said board will hereby take notice, said corporation being a n(~nstock cor- poration, and you, and ee;ch of you, a~s a mem~ber of s~ld board, sha21 at?~nd swid mee~ng in lieu of stockholders, all for the pur- pose hereafter set out. The purpose of each of staid meetings Is to ~lve .consideration to a Contract of merger which has been ter~ta~tively agreed to buy the separate Board o~ Trustees of "The Preside,n,t ,and Trustees of SCorer College", a corporation and by the Board of Trustees of Al- derson-Broaddus College, a corpor a.tion, which ~enaive con.tract bears date of ,M~ay 30, 1959, and sets o~t all the duties and res- mnsi~b41~,Ues of ea~Sla of said cor- porations ,fully and completely and WhiCh oaIls for u complete merger of the corporwtion hereto- fore known as "The Preslde~ a~d Trustees of Storer College" a cor- mra,t, ion, into the corporation kno~vn as Alderson-Broaddus Col- lege, a corpora~on, under an~ by virt, ue of the prov~sion~ ~f Chap- ~er 31, Article 1, Section 83 (Ser- ial Sec~on 3075), of the official Code of West Virginia; a,t such meeting you will be called u,p(~n .to vote for or agair~,t a resolution adopting su0h merger ,contract and if the resolu~,lon Is favorably kdopted by a ~wo-thirds vote o/ ~he trustees of each corooration in at~tend~ance at t~e said two mee~ngs, then sa~d merger shall be eom,pleted in the manner and form set ou,t in sa~d Code. This notice will be pub~l~is~ed once each week for four consecu,t ive webks prior to either meeting date as required by l~w and a copy thereof will be m~lled to each meraber of the Board of Trustees of bOth corporal, ions at least ~wen t,y d~ys prior to Vhe d~te of the respective meeting t~hat he or she: is required to attend. C4ven under our hands thAs August 25, 1959. CLARENCE W, CRANInOP~D Preside~n~ of Board of Trus tees of "The President and Trustees ~f Storer College" a cor~or~vt~on ' WAYN'~E C. HAWKER President of Board of Trus tees of Al,derson-Broaddus College, a corporation Sept. 10-4t- ~ I ers, milk buckets, brushes and other items. FARM MACHINERY Farmall M Tractor, WC Allis Chalmers Tractor with side mounted 7-ft. mower; IH manure loader for M or H Tractor; 76 model New Holland Pickup Baler, IH corn planter for H or C model Farmall Tractor: 8-ft. binder, tractor spring- tooth harrow, disc harrow, iron wheel wagon, two 2 bottom 14" IH plo~s, culti- packer, Oliver 2 row corn picker, New Idea 7-ft. trailer type mower, old eutting box, McCormick-Deering tractor manure spreader, New Idea side delivery rake, ehain harrow, 1946 International Farm Truck, with flat bed; Simplicity garden tractor with attachments, hammermill, 5 h.p. Century electric motor, 2 large drum type fans for drying hay. Bench Vise, Belts, Anvil, Scythes, Log Chain, Locust Post, Small Tools, and Other Items found around the farm. 3,500 BALES first, second and third cutting ALFALFA HAY. 150 BALES OAT STRAW. TERMS OF[ SAI,E:--LCASII. W. L. WORTMAN PHONE NOrth 8-5587 Sale Conducted By NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. LEONARD C. BOWMAN, Purcellville, Va. ED. 8-7116 JAMES deBUTTS, Hamilton, Va GI 5-4120 LUNCH WILL BE SOLD ON THE GROUNDS. October 1 - lt. Some of the most important things in/ife cost money . . . a home of your own, a college education for your children, the assured prospect of happy retirement Regardless of what your own goals'in life may be, you can be pretty sure that they will require money. And you can be - equally of this: the couple that PLANS sure ahead GETS ahead! Systematic saving is basic to happy, successful living. It is also W important to put your savings where they can grow faster because they EARN more / money for you with complete safety. That STRONG ENOUGH TO PROTECT YOU . LARGE ENOUGH' TO ACCOMMODATE YOU . AND 'SMALL ENOUGH KNOW YOU. YOUR ACCOUNT i I I I IS APPRECIATED AT THE II Phone 10 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us... No Obligation At All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System--- I