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December 10, 1964

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=~" I I I I I I I llll I I I I I I[ll MRS. G. E. WEBB II I II I I I I Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Glover. Jr. and little daughter, of Gaithers- burg, Md. were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb and family on Sunday evening. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kain, of IIar pers Ferry, were Mr. and Mrs Marshall Tumblin and Donnie Writt, of Mannings. Miss Eva (:banning, and Mrs. Ethel Fleet- wood, of Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Elmer Wenner, of Lovettisville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiltshire, of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Mauk and child- ren and Miss Nanny Writt, of Gapeland, Md. This area has experienced some very cold weather during the past several days We understand that Sunday night was our coldest night of the winter, with the tern pature dropping to a cold zero, or slightly above. Mrs. Jessie Murphy, of Harpers Ferry, As a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital, where she expects to undergo surgery within a few days. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Emma Evans, of Harpers Ferry over the weekend were Miss Frances Reeser, of New York City accompained by a friend, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager and little grandson, of Moorefield, W. Va. Mrs. Evans will celebrate her 90th birthday in a few months, She is a remarkable person for such an advanced age, and has a very lar- When the time comes in your family... Tatrl beme man you should lee and rely upon, the man in your commtmi- tw tm td to mmt meh t tm -- 109 WEST JOHN ST. Telephone 267-6141 MARTINSBURG. W. VA. C. ODOM. Owner ge circle of friends. She is a life long resident of tlarpers Ferry Election of Officers for Local Fire Company At the election of Officers held at the ttall of the Friendship Fire Co., those elected were as follows A. J. Ballenger, reelected for the nineth time. Vice president, Clif- ton Butts, reelected, Secretary, Jack Sperry, elected, Treasurer. R E. Biller, reelected, Chief, Rob- ert Ainsworth, elected Assistant Chief, Frank Ainsworth, reelected Captain, Frank Abrect, Chief Engi neer, Jesse Dailey, new building custodian, Charles Longerbeam re elected New trustee, Charles Mur phy. Miss Lucy Mossberg, of Bolivar tteights left a few days ago, for Akron, Ohio, to visit a sister who is very ill. Miss Mossberg was Home Economic Teacher in Harp ers Ferry High School for many years before her recent retire- ment. Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Hard- ing of Kensington, Md. were visit ors at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb and family on Sunday. S P 4 Gary Viands and Mrs. Viands of Columbus, Ga. are spen- ding a two weeks leave with the latters mother, Mrs. Anne Little- ton, and grandmother, Mrs. Grace Ramsdill, in Bolivar. WE THINK that some very mean and heartless person did a mean job, less than two weeks ago, when the owner of a sturdy boat, just made a few morrths ago by local workmen, went tO the river and found that some one not kindly inclined had thrown heavy rocks into the bottom of the boat which had caused two large holes in the boat. We can't under stand how people can be so cruel and heartless, but some one was surely that way. Sudden Death Of Nearby Bakerton Residei~t Mr. Clarence Kidwiler. 81, was striken with illness, while with members of his family shopping in Charles Town and was.found Miss DoUie Corneli and Miss Barbara Barrow of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Walker and daughters Donna and Beverly were dinner guests on Sunday of Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger. Mrs. Donald E. Walker and dau ghters, Donna and Beverly of Lee town, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger and Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell. Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Mareum and daughters Cheryl and Linda at Leesburg, Va. BY Victoria G. Goens, County Etension Agent - 4-H HEARTY HANDED 4~HERS ELECT The Hearty Handed 4-H club met in the home of Melody and Victor Green on Raymond Street recently and reorganized for the new club year. Officers elected were President, Melody Green; Vice-President, Jessica Bradford; Secretary, Victoria French; Trea- surer, Sylvia Berry; Reporter, Jo- ann Christian; Song Leader, Re- gina Twyman and Game Leader, Victor Green, Miss Janet Robin- son, Leader and Mrs. Sarah Br- own, Assistant Leadel. Mrs. Victoria G. Goens, County Extension Agent - 4-H for Ber- keley, Jefferson and Morgan Cou nties and the 4-H club leader, Miss Janet Robinson assisted the dub members in selecting pro- jects for the year. Punch and cookies were served by Mrs. Green the mother of Me- lody and Victor Green. Hewspapers First to be dead on arrival at the Char- les Town General Hospital. He hoi~e Of M~iO~lty was a retired Operator at the Standard Lime and Cement Corp. Natio~'~ lewel~ at the Bakerton Plant. The body was removed to the Eackles Fune ral Chapel, Harpers Ferry from where the funeral was held on Saturday Dec. 5 at 2 o'clock with the Rev. J. W. Link officiating Burial was made in Uvilla Meth odist Cemetery, in Uvilla. Surviv- ors are the widow, Mrs Rosa Grey Kidwiler, of Bakerton, three dau- ghters, Mrs. Clairsee Capriotti, of Woodville, Ohio, Mrs. Thelma Kemp, Shepherdstown, Mrs. Haz- el Custer Shepherdstown, four grandchildren and one greatgrand child. Active pallbearers; Messers Har vey Kidwi!er, Robert Watson, Har ry Gray~Vr.Frank Kid~lew~, No/aa~n Geary and Walter Hoffmaster. Newspapers are the first choice of the vast majority of the na- tion's .27,000 retail jewelers who advertise, according to Irving D. Holczer, director of advertising for Bulova Watch Company. A new nationwide survey of jewelers shows that they chose mail, radio, catolog, television and ,student papers, in that order, af- ter the daily newspaper, Mr. Hol- czer said. The survey was con- ducted by Stewart, Dougall & As- sociates, marketing consultants,] "The overwhelming majorit/[ of[ jewelers who carry watches adver I " S i rise,, wltehes, ,~ ~:;H~lczer a d.[ And the emphasis in their ad-| verifying on the national br- ands that advertise heavily, "The survey shows that of the jewelers who plan changes in ad- vertising, 60 percent expect to increase their ad outlays in 1965. Newspapers, mail and radio will remain the favorite media, in SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1964 WAY ~ITtl WORDg WIN~ CASII PRIZE If you haw, a way with words.. and a little bit of luck. you may win a cash prize in the Baltimore News American Jackpot Cross- word Puzzle game. One contestant took home a fal $3200. 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