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' # ! 'il li:/ i i i; LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Recent v~si~tors aS the home of Mrs. Bottle Llttleton were Mrs. Nannie Ll`ttleton and son Mason and Mrs. W. M. Woodward and Mrs. Laura High of Washington, D.C. Members of the W. S. C. S. of the Camp Hill Methodist Church held their mon,thly bust,hess and social ,meeting at the Church on Monday evening with a good at- tendance. Mrs. Myrtle Haefer was pleasantly surprised when the group were invited to the dining Hall $or refreshments and they ]~egan singing Happy Birthday. 2~nd it was the birthday of Mrs. ~aefer. Ice cream and cake and hot coffee was served in her hon- or. Mr. Wilber (Flicker) Bond who was removed ,~ Charles Town General Hospital over a week ago seriously 111 is showing some im- provement. ,I-Es many ,friends ,hope 'tha% he will soon be well again. 4Mrs. Daisy Marks, Mr. K. K. Gr~bb and Mr. and Mrs. John Hae fer motored ~to :North Beach on Sunday and spent a very ,pleasan~ day. /Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thom,pson of Souderton, Pa. announce the birth of a daughter Catherine Ed na born on last Thursday and wei ghin,g over seven pounds. This is the second child in .the family, ,the ,first one bei,ug a ,boy. Mrs. Thomp son is the former Betty Garten daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. E. Garten of Bolivar. Mrs. Garten ~s spending ~his week with her dau- ghter. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. J. W. R~msdill and fami,ly were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson PIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 4--B THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3.9411 When you care enough to send the very bed SOLD FROM NOW UNTIL NOVEMBER 15th. 12 Cards - $1.00 25 Cards - $1.00 25 All Alike - - $1.00 - $1.50 All New Selection Just Arrived. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES - TOYS - GIFTS PHONE 367 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I Due to the death of my husband George W. Fritts, .Jr., I will sell the Following Personal Property at my home, located 3 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., on Route No. 9, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Kitchen Range, Metal Wardrobe, Dinihg Room Table, Axminister Rug (9x12), Cash Register, Meat Slicer, Lot of Glass Jars, Oil Heater, Etc. TOOLS Craftsman ~" Electric Drill, Zephyr ~" Electric Drill, Electric Skilsaw, Stilson Wrenches, Quantity of Open-End Wrenches; Files, Chisels, Wire Brushes, Pliers, Levels, I-lack Saws and Blades; Screw Drivers, Hammers, Hydraulic Grease Gun, Set of Truck Chains, Set of Truck Horns, Car Heater, Drop Cords, FanBelts (new); Jars of Nuts, Screws and Bolts; Quantity of car Par~ (new); Extension Cords, Electric Motor, Quantity of Motor Oil, Nails, Wheel Puller, Brake Fluid, Anti-Freeze, Brace and Bits, Coal Shovels, Scoops, Digging Irons, Pinch Bars. Wrecking Bars, Jacks, Sausage Grinder, M~ers Pump, Lawn Mower, Hoes, Shovels, ~ooms. Picks, Sledge Hammers, Grease Guns, Tow Cable, Log Chains, Qualtity of Rope and Other Tools and Shop Equipment Far Too Numerous to Mention. DAVID BRADLEY GARDEN TRACTOR with Attachments. 1949 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICKUP TRUCK, Completely Overhauled and Repainted.) TERMS :--CASH. MRS. LOUISE FRITTS, ADMINISTRATOR ESTATE OF GEORGE W. FRITTS, JR. MILLER, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. Nov. 5 and 12- 2~. and son S~otCie and Mrs. Robert Frost of Arlington, Va. a,nd Mr. and Mrs. George Cornel and dau- ghter Sally of Kensington, Md. A house in Bolivar owned by Lester Leavy was badly damaged by fire on Monday afternoon. No one was home when the fire was discovered 'by men working at the H. L. J(~nes Concrete Prod ucts. Plant ,who immediately call ed the local ~ire Company. The fire seemed to :have started in .the attic and had burned nearly down to the first floor when discovered. The house cannot be used until repairs are made. The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club met on last Wednesday night for their regular dinner meeting at the Camp Hill Methodist Church. Guest a,ad speaker for-the even- ing was O. Wirffield Lloyd of Mar low, W. Va. who showed and ex- platned an array of weapons arid tools used by early settlers of the country particularly ,the Indians. From ,his study of this part of the country, Mr. Lloyd pinpointed ear ious acreages along 'the Potomac, owned by the early settlers. He has been a personal friend of the Roy. Jol~u Wrigl~t of ,the Camp Hill Methodist Church a number of years. The Lions annual shooting mat- ch is being planned and will be held at the Izaak Walon Club in Leetown on Nov. 21 at 2 o'clock p. m. and :the prizes will be turkeys and h~ms as in ~the past years. ~t will be a trap and still target shoot The IA