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Miss Lee Betrothed To Mr. Gene Johnson MI~S LORNA KAYE LEE "%} and Mrs. Lynwood Lee, 202 ~o,lm Samuel Street, Charles Town, announce the engagement of their daughter Lorna Kaye to Mr. Gone W. Johnson of Charles Town. Miss Lee is a senior at Charles Town High School. Mr, Johnson is. a graduate of Charles Town High and is now em ployed at Dixie-Narco in Ranson. A July wedding is planned. Baltim In Charles.Town Hospital Daniel MeTaggert, 66, a resident of I~altimore, Md. and for years a patrol judge at the Charles Town race track and Ma.ryland tracks died Tuesday night in the Charles Town General Hospital of a heart attack which he suffered Tuesday morning :at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lloyd, North Mildred Street, Charles Town where he bout- you know... Weddings - Engagements- Club News Shenandoah Club Meeting The Shenandoah Garden Club Jaycee-ettes asking the Club to met January 14 for a hincheon submit a nominee for the "Woman of the Year" award. Mrs. D. K. meeting at the home of Mrs. D. McIntyl~e was appointed chairman K. McIntyre. with Mrs. Robert Leonard, Mrs. After the hincheo~ the meeting David McMillen and Mrs. James was called to order by the Club [Senseney to serve on the commit- president Mrs. James Mason III. [tee to select nominee. The minutes of the previous meet- ] Seven members will attend the ing were read and the Treasurers]Garden Club Convention March report given. [30, 31, and April 1 at the Green- The Shenandoah Garden Club [brier Hotel in White Sulphur participated in the Christmas Tab [ Springs, W. Va. . le Setting Contest which was spon I Mrs. l~ely, a member of the sored by ~he Junior Woman's Club [program committee introduced The Club received a blue ribbon i Mrs" Hugh Ca, perton who gave a from the judges and Was voted ivory interesting talk on the "Sag- first by popular vote by the pub- Ear Maple". lic. For this achievement the Club [ The flower show practice "Study received $20.00. |in Brown"-Sil'houette of dried ma- Mrs. Leeds l%iely reported on ,the [,terial ~ be placed on a window Christmas Door and Lamp Post [sHl was made by Mrs. Frank Buck decorwtion contest in which mem- [les, chairman, Mrs. Pauline Hous- bers of t~he Club participated. Tra- t er and Mrs. Robert Leonard. di,tional Door Ways-Mrs. Samuel [ Horticulture Exhibits-Evergreen Walker first, Mrs. Paul Cain sec- [Branches of trees or shrubs. Blue end, Mrs. James Marshall and [ribbon winners-Mrs. Pauline Hous Mrs. Frank Buckles tied for third [er, Mrs. James Mason III, Mrs. :and Mrs. Robert Leonard honor- ]Glenn Brown, Mrs. Frank Buckles able mention. Children Door Ways [and Mrs. Samuel Walker. Red rib- Mrs. Louise Ramey first. Lamp [bons-Mrs. Paul Cain and Mrs. Post, Mrs. Roy Stee]ey first. [Glenn Bro~vn. Yellow ribbon, Mrs. A letter was received from the tPauline Houser. The deceased was well-known in racing circlesthr°u h°uttheEast[Th Y 11 By " having worked as a stable agent, e ear jockey agent and patrol judge for some 25 or 30 years. Thee deceased worked for a time as a:~ta:ble agent :for the Col. Wil- liamb,Chinn of Kentucky Derby flame. And among the famous Joc key~Whlch *he served as agent for was LaVerne Pater of .the famous Fator brothers. He also worked as a jockey agent for Johnny Bej- shal~,~tWho is now cu.~todian of the Jockey's room at the Charles Tower Race track. He i~ a brother • of ~he McTaggert brothers John- ny and Tommy-who were well- known jockeys. A native of Brooklyn, N. Y. the deceased has a sister residing in Baltimore. The body was removed to the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home and later it will be taken to the Loring Byers Funeral Home 5005 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, Md. for services later. Funeral arrangements bad not been completed Wednesday at noon. ATTEND CHI?RCH ~I,~DA~g The January meeting of the Sen ior Women's Club was held at the club home on the 20th. At this time many important issues were ,brolx~ht before the a~ttention of ,t'he members. The bake sale will be held this coming Saturday at ,the Jefferson Hard,ware store on main street. A Coffee Party for the benefit of Camp Galahad will be held be- t~ween three and five P. M. on Sat urday, January 31St at the home i of Mrs. H. H. Hunter on Congress !Street. Mrs. Owen Conklyn with thirty-one years of teaching ser- Iv ice to her credit was chosen tea- 'cher cff the year. Miss Chloe G4ff- erd the Ge~aoroA..Federation Pros- ident of W0~en's Ckrbs of Amer- ica will be interviewed by Mr. Ed- ward R. Murrow on February 20 a~t 10 P. M. aJt this time the head- quarters of the National Federat- ion in Washington, D. C. will be ~hown. Mrs. John Martin. club member will enter the Vogue pat- ,tern contest sponsored by the gen oral federation. At this meeting Mrs. Johnson reported on the Chmristmas baskets which were sent to several needy families dur ing the holidays. ~efore you choose your solid silver, be sure to see these exciting"design~ by Reed & Barton Silversmiths. Prices ere for 6-pc. place l,t• tings Qnd include Federal Tax. VIRGINIA'S GIFT SHOP 118 North Charles Street Telephone 390 Charles Town, W. Va. Y • January 23rd is a day for each farmer to remember. This is the date of the four state farm meet- ing at Franklin Court in Hagers- town, Md. The. program will get underway at 9:15 A. M. with a dis cusseion of the topic "The Forage Program That Works". Dr. Roy Blaser, V. P. I. will be the speaker. The topic "What Improved For age Management Means To Us" will be handled by a group c,f farm ors from the four state atea. Leo Widmyer wilt be a member of the from Jefferson County. "Sawing and Improving Forgge Controlling Insects", "Gebting Alfalfa and Legume Grass Mix- tures Started". "Managing Estab- lished Alfalfa for Quality and High Yields", "Efficient l~eeding of Dairy Cattle" and "Figuring Cost and Return on a Forage Pro gram" are the topics that will be presen,ted by men that are well in,formed. The theme of this years meeting is "A Sound Management Pro- gram for Increasing Your Profits." The program has been planned by farmers for farmers. A plentiful supply of good qual ity pasture, hay and silage'is the foundation on which any sound dairy or livestock program is built. Friday, January 23rd is the day for every farmer to take advan- tage of the opportunity to evaluate the forage program on his farm• Three club members, Mrs. Har- old Lorenz, Mrs. Marvin Edwards and Mrs. John Skinner presented a vory fine program on "Art" While Mrs. Skinner sketched a portrait of the club president, Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Lorenz and Mrs. Edwards talked on the different aspects of art; pertaining to ~he cost and type of equipment and ~how to beg~n drawing and pain~- ing. They explained the mediums of oils, pastels and watercol'ors, showing examples of their work. They stressed the fact that the fun and relaxa,~ion which one de- ~,ives from painting has made many amateur artists of those whose. ,busy and responsible lives would otherwise have kept t~hem under duress• They .advised begin nets to practice drawing until they know how; one mu~ also know' their color Chart and keep on .try- ing. Delicious refreshments were ser red after the business meeting which consisted of coffee, cake, nuts and m~nts. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. H. P. Whi,tmore, Mrs. Fred Propps, Mrs. M. B. Gross, Mrs. William League, Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Mrs. George John- son and Mrs. William Jackson This meeting can meanTnuch to both dairy men and stock men ms it will deal with the management of forage on all farms. See you there, I hope. "When Faith Grows Weak To Be Sermon Junior Women Plan For Fashion Show Members o$ the Charles Town Jr. Woman's Club met Monday night at the Hitteary House for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president Mrs. Guy Tucker wit;h devotions by Mrs. Harry Jen- kins, followed by pledge to flag, club pledge and roll call. An invitation from the Senior Club was read invit4ng ~he mem- bers of our club to a coffee party for the benefit of Camp Galahad to be held at the home of Mrs. H. H. Hunter January 31 from 3 ,to 5. The club was asked to send a con- tribution to the Girl Scout Coun- cil. Margaret Gracey, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee announced ,that the next money making project would be ,the an- nual fashion q}ow which would be held sometinSe in March. Miss Gvacey and Biddy Smoot will be co-chairman for this project. Mrs. Glen Birkitl~, chairman of the social commibte~ presented sev eral ideas to the club in regard to Sweetheart Night. The club voted to have a dance at the Commun- !ity Center the night of February 14 and each couple will take an- other couple. The club will hold a bake sale Saturday, February 2. Mrs. Tucker announced that the Executive commiVtee met and sol coted the name of Rev. Richard Neal as the club's nominee for the Distinguished Service Award to be presented by the Jaycees. She also announced that they ~had selected a nominee for the Young Woman of the Year Award. The club will assist with the Me thers March on Polio Wednesday night, January 28. I~t was announced that on Fri- day, February 20 the Ed MmTOW Person to Person TV show would be in regard to the General Fed- eration in Washington, D. C. and for all t,hose interested to watch it. Mrs. Roger Perry reported on the Heaz~ ~nd, The las~ Sunday in February will be named Heart Sunday. Mrs. Norman Kisner, chairman of t~he Vogue Sewing Contest, ask ed ,that all entries be ready ,to be judged by February 6. The meeting was then turned over to the program chairman, Mrs. Harry Barker. She introduced Mrs. Charles Printz who gav~ a very in.formative talk on "Know- ing Our Federation". Morrow of near Shepherdstown had been attending school in New York u~tit a li,btle more than year ago when he came ,to Shepherds- town to reside w~th his mother arid step-father and enrolled at the Shepherdstown school. After setting out a year of ath- letic ,ineligibility a,t Shepherds- town High, young Williams made quite a name for himself on the football field this l~all, being ham ed a 'honorable mention on both t)he All Sectional and All-State Class A grid teazns. This win,ter Williams has been a defensive standout and fine play-maker for the Shepherdstown Hugh basketball team. The Rev. Carlyle A. McDonald, Junior Wo~n's Club Minister of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church has announ- Members Will Enter ced ,tha,t the sermon lmpic for January 251~h would be "When Fai,th Grows Weak". "No man Vogue Sewing Contest whom I know lives on a mountain peak experience o˘ faith t,wenty- :four hours a day every day. There Charles Town, Jan. 22-The fol- are days when our faith is not as lowing members of the Charles strong as it ough~ to 'be. But at Town Junior Womans Clu4) who the same time there are things will participate in the Vogue Sew- which we can do to correct this:ing Contest ~re Mesdames C. F. unfortunate situation". The set- Printz, Harry Jenkins, Truman vice at the Charles Town Presby- Lawrence, J. Strider Moler, John tort,an ChurCh will be at 11:00 A. Morris, A. D. Peters, Willard Mar M. A nursery will be provided for li.ttle children. Visi,tors .are wel- come. Steve Williams Leaves Shepherdstown High To Enroll In Prep School Steve Williams, OUtStanding foot ball, basketball and baseball star at Shepherdstown High School, this week withdrew from the high school to go to Stafford, Mass., where he has enrolled as a student at Bushire Prep School. Williams, son of Mrs. Henry W. TOWNE HOUS The Restaurant in Harpers Ferry Invites You to DINE By the Open Fire and enjoy Sandwiches, Light Meals or Complete Dinners. Seafood Platter Dutch Oven Roast Breast of Chicken in Sauce Lobster Newburg Williamsburg Hahn Steak Delicious Curries, Bombay Style Sunday Night Buffet APPROPRIATE DISHES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES. Telephone 3351 ~tin and Norman Kisner. The project is sponsored l~y the Fine A~ts Department of the Gen oral Federa˘ion of Womens Clubs, .the Womans Club Service Bureau, with the" cooperation of Vogue Pat terns Service. Ann entries .must be made from Vogue Patterns, Local judging will take place on Friday, Feb. 6 at the Club Home at 8 p. m. The public is invited ,to ~t~end. The winner of the local compet- ition who will model her own cos- tume •will go to Moorefield on S~t- urday, Feb. 7 where ~he will enter the Eastern District contest to be held at the Hardy County Public Library ~t 11 u. m. Woman's Club Will Sponsor Coffee Party Jan. 31 At Hunter Home Miss Barbara Smallwood Rev. Hauser Ordains Will Wed Mr. Palumbo Friend; Steptoes Guests MISS BARBARA SMALLWOOD Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smallwood of Jefferson Terrace Charles Town have announced the engagement of their daughter Barbara Lee to Anthony N. Palumbo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Palumbo also of Charles Town. Miss Smallwood is a graduate of Charles Town High School, class of '56. Mr. Palumbo attended Charles Town high school and is no@ ser- ving with the U. S. Navy, station- ed at Patuxent River, Md. No date has been set for the wedding. ~onue Ir Po Ulizen s rlremen Answer 103 Alarms; Fire Damage Heavy Fire damage in Jefferson county ran high again during 1958, accord ing to the annual report of Cit- izen's Fire Company, of Charles Town, released ~his week by Ken- neth Willingham, company chief. (~hief Willing~ham said the Citi zens Company ,answered 103 a- larms and a large percentage of them could have 'been prevented. And it is the hope of the Charles Town firemen that in the future such types of fire might be pre- vented since in most cases those 'who 'have been :hit by costly fires now know what caused them, sin- ce every effort is made by .the fire 'men to determine .the cause of :the fire before Whey leave the scene, Chief Willing~hum said. At Bishop's Installing The Rev. Stanley F. Hauser, rec tor of Zion Episcopal Church flew ;QPIRiT OF JEFFERSON 6---. THURSDAY, JANUARY ~~~~~~~~~~~~t~~||~~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tuesday, Jan. 14 to Corpus Chris- Mrs. Leslie Coyle Sells has re- Frank Comer of RanSon ti, Texas where he preached the l ordination sermon for the ordinat turned to her home on South Mil Mr. Bender and his father I 'ion to the priesthood of the Rev. tired Street af~ter spending a week ed to Harrisburg, Pa. to Clay Plucket~t, a lifelon. friend in Washington, D. C. While therethe fair. of Mr. Hauser's. The Rev. Mr. she attended the Installation Ser- Mrs. D. K. McIntyre Pluckett, who was graduated from ,the Virginia Theological Semfnary at Alexandria, last June, is mar- ried and has two children. Before entering the Episcopal ministry, he was an owner and a successful weekly newspaper editor in Tex- as. He sold his newspaper, his home and entered ~)he ministry in his mid-thirties. Mr. Hauser re- vice of the Right Reverend Ar- thur Carl Lichtenberger as Pres- i'ding Bishop of the Protestant Ep- iscopal Church at the Washington Cathedral. Mrs. W. P. C. Perry of Hill Farm lef.L last Friday for Atlanta, Ga. Where she will visit her brother- in-law and sister, Col. and Mrs. A. D. Amoroso. ed a large number of chefs at Coffee a't her Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. M. turned to their home in Georgia last Friday aftez .~he Holidays with Mrs. brother-in-law and sister Mrs. C. C. Tabb at their South Samuel Street and turned to his home here on Fri- Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee Morgan, ing a meting of District day. Ridge Road, near Shepherdstown eers of The United Stat~n On the same day, Wednesday, are the proud parents of a son cal Sur~ey in Wasmngvu , January 14th, Mr. Thomas Step- born Wednesday, January 14th at zas~ weeK. toe was an official guest at the ser the Charles Town General Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fle~, vice of installation of ,the R,t. Roy. pibal. This is the second child in ceived word of the illneSs o: Arthur C Lichtenberger as Pros- ,the Morgan family and the nam~ daughter Mrs Edward A. iding BiShop of the Epi~opal Francis Devereux, af,ter the tw0 who under went surgery el Church which J~ook place in the grandfathers, has been given the day at the Donaldson Air National Cat:hedral in Watching-lit~tle boy. . j Base Hospital Greenville, ton. Mr. Steptoe was admitted toMr. and Mrs J G Vayda and This is Mrs. Lloyd's 2nd ope this service and was in the official two children of'Mexico City, Mex- [in less than four months. representation by virtue of being ice and White Plains, N. Y. were] Mrs. Maphis Ingrain h~ a. member of the General Conven-recent visitors in Charles "Ik~n. !off duty from her position ~ ~lon of the fipiscopal Church in!While 'here Mr. and Mrs. Vayda Shoe Center ivhis week wit)B', Miami, Floriaa last October which and their daughter Betsy were :tack of grippe. , e!e.oted Bishop IAohtenberge.r Pro-houseguests at the home of Dr. I Mr and Mrs. Donald V, J s~mng ~Jsnop [~o succeeo ~isnop and Mrs. D. K. McIn~tyre of W. 19201-East 14Vh Avenue, Apt. 9enry ~nox ~errm. mrs. ~'tep- LibeDty St. while Master J,ackle Iota Colorada are the prouC me accompanied 'her husband and Vayda was a houseguest at the. en,~ of a baby girl ,,Cynthia was aamz~eo ~o tne service oy 'home of Master Phillip McDonald born January 6 Both moth! ~icKet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Steptoe of Samuel St i,~h,2 ~,-,~ ,~,~in~, ".~.~v Mr. l a~end, ed the reception. }~ter held Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Nuse Mrs. is-~n ~he~rm~y'and'stati°~ mr mlsnop an~ .Mrs Ulc~enoerger " Col • a .......... ; ..... Green and Mrs. Webster Lowery AFB, Denver, . . vne ~auonal wamearal ~cnool Rame- s'~nt ~"~;-'" ~- .r--~.,-. '*~'- ""'~ ~*''~ "~ '~he Fellez Miss Vir ini R ......... on . C. wi,th the latters s~s~er Hy. g a mer envruea ~o oz Mr ...... ' ~ " ~" ficial representation to the install :'.'an * .'!amesr'2urns- .. I. Mrs__ arshan.. Om O ,, ation also because she was a dole Mrs. r,rar~ ~ee ~usnong, ~ou,m zwrs. ~'narms ˘3. Ar~al~ ~-s gate from'the Diocese of West Vir _l~Iildred. Street !eft Saturday for hess visitors in wincnv ~,|.~ ~ ~,~ m~,~˘~,~= ,,f ~,~ ~,~ ~'ensacola Florioa and other pl,a- Monday an's Auxiliary ~n Miami, was un- ....n ~e sou m where sne wu, v,s [ A/3c Nelson Aikens, son ~ ~nenas ana reiauves ,or severa, and Mrs Bill Aikens hon able to attend the service because ' ' . ' [ . ' u~ weeks da leave has returneu of her teaohing~ duties in the Char • I Y , los Town High School. Mrs. T. L. Bender and daugh-Ire Patrlcia Air Force On Monda,, of this week (~-" ,ter Cindy of Pikeside spent "Phurs t Where :he had been .*J ~II-- ' * 1 • t uar ) day with ~er parents Mr and Mrs July y 19~h The Rev. Stanley F. ' ' ' • • . Hauser, the Roy. Thomas D. Brown and Mrs. Edward L. Mc- Donald Jr. were in Wheeling, W. Va. for a mooring of the Executive Board of the Diocese of West Vir- ginia. They returned to Charles Town Tuesday. guests at the planning dinner. Those invited to the Festival event from Oharles Town include: Mrs. James M. Mason III, Mrs. Carl Merchant, Mrs. Beverly Prut ice, Mrs. Bebty Jane Kisner, Mrs. Donald W. Kilmer, Mrs. Richard Harmison, Mayor Nicholas Carson. Last year's fire losses according ~o the records of the Citizen's Fire Student " "".egnstra.on Company amounted to $92,595 to btgldings in the county and an- other $72,830 .to contents of build For Spring Semester ings. These figures are quite stag- goring considering ,the fact that Jefferson County is nora densely At Shepherd College populated county, Chief Willing- ham said. Student : registga~lon for: the The Citizens firemen travelled a spring semester classes Will be held total of 548 miles answering firein the Shepherd College Library alarms during the year, an aver- on Tuesday, January 27. The fol- age of 18 men turned out for each lowing are rules of the registra- fire and this amounted ',to about tion procedure. 2,448 man hours of fire-fighting All students who .have not been for the company's men. formally admitted to Shepherd Chief Willingq~am said it is the College are to go to .the office of hope of himself and members of the Director of Admissions• You ,the Citizens l~ire Company that cannot enroll officially until you every effort will be made by the have been admitted. You will 'then general public to cut these figures be ~lirected to .the Deanof Stu- to a minimum in the future and dent~ who will assign you an advis i Drive Jefferson County Chapter Amer lean Red Cross, has been a~igned a goal of $5,667 for its 1959 fund ~:ampaign, it was announced Wed- nesd,ay at a meeting of the chap- ter's fun camp~gn ,planning corn mittee. pany. Both Mr. Kisner Smith have been active Red Cross operations marks the first time 'headed the financial Or)hers on the fund planning committee special effort wl4.1 be made ,to try or. and make this county the most Obtain an envelope with all ~ire conscious in the state and needed forms enclosed from the county. Registrar's Office anytime between January 19 and 27 and fill out T. A. Lowerl Speaker For these for s prior to enterlng the library on registration day. All cards needed, except the class On T esd Night schedule card. will be in t'he en- ns u ay velope. Pick up this card after your time ticket has ,been ,pros- The Charles Town Lions Club ented wt the entrance of the 11- me~ in joint session wi,th the In- wood-Bunker Hill Lions Club at the Musselman High School Tues- day night. A large number of members attended in spite of the bad weaVher. Dist. Gov. G. W. Els men was the speaker of the even- rag. Supt. of Jefferson County Schools T. A. I~wery will be the speaker at the next meeting which will be held at the Thomas Jeffer- son Hotel January 27th. Mr. Low- cry will speak on a matter of great i.mportance to all. President Burr urges thwt all members make ev- ery effort to ~ttend. The regular Board of Directors meeting will be held Monday ev- ening, January 26 at the office of Peoples Supply at 7:00 p. m. The club would like to thank ~hose who put paper out last Sat- urday also the ones theft brought their paper to t~he baling room on S. Mildred St. Local :People Invited To Planning Dinner For Winchester Festival brary. Enter by north door only, and leave by south door only. Re- gistrar at the hour designated on your card. Those without time cards will be assigned one This year's goal is comparable to those given the local uz~,t for the past several years. The campaign gets underway March 1 and will continue ,through MarCh 14 with Harold "Chuck" Kisner serving as general chair- man. Vice chairman of ~he drive will be Arehie Smith, Charles Town native who is associated with the Metrol;lOl~t~'~ J.A,fm/nsurane~ ~Com Zion Mother-Daughter Banquet Set For Feb. 10 The annual Mother-Daughter banquet will be held ~t Zion Epis copal Parish House in Charles Town on Tuesday, February 10 a~ 6:30 p. m. Plans are being made for a large attendance• TO HOLD BAKE SALE Members of the Charles Town Senior Woman's Club will stage a bake sale Saturday beginning at 9 a. m. at the Jefferson Hard, are store. For sale will be 'homemade cakes, pies, breads, cookies, jellies and salads. John Porter Burns, Jr. Buys Purered Angus Cows John Porter Burns, Jr., Charles Town, recently purchased 17 Aber deen-Angus cows from Almeda Purm, Charles Town, W. Va. James M. Mason III, Glen JOhn Newcomer, Mrs. J. ell, Mrs. Floyd P. Owens, G. R. Heidrich, Joe Christian. \ L G I R L CENTEg END OF CLEARAHCE BARGAINS OF GALS 5' 7" and TALLS BY LUCILLE, 13 Vz W. Boseawen 2nd. Floor WINCHESTER, ALL ITEMS LISTED IN THIS EVENT ARE QUALITY .... NO SECONDS OR IRREGULARS. $ .77 Boy's Flannel !SHIRTS REG. $1.29 VALUE. ALL FIRST QUALITY LOW PRICE "PEPPERELL" Red Label Muslin SHEETS FIRST QUALITY. FIRST :; a LOW r,~zc~ Civic, club and community leadGirl's Flannel Lined ors from 56 towns ~nd ci,ties In Virginia, West Virginia and Mary J E A N S land have been invited to Winches %or, Va. on January 29 for a plan ning dinner and meeting of the Valley Area Participation depart- ment of the Shenandaah Apple Blossom Festival. The invitation has been extend- ed by Arthur W. Mumpower, dlr'- e tier of this departmen~ of the The Charles Town Senior Worn thirty-second annual spring fete, an's Club will sponsor a Coffee Par to be held there on April 30-May 1 ty on Saturday, Jan. 31 at ,the Leaders of .the area gather in Win home of Mrs. H. H. Hunte~ 214 I chester annually,to make plans for East Congress Streets 3 to 5 p. m.~ calling atter~tlon to their respect- The party will be given for the ice sections through participwtion benefit of Camp Gal~ahad, a sum in the Grand Feature parade of i mer camp for retarded and d ia,b- ~the Apple Blossom Festival. eric underprivileged children. This project is sponsored by the Wom en's Club of tahe State of West Virginia. Club members and friends who are in~erested in ,helping to afford camping facilities for these un- fortunate children are invited ,to attend this function. Goldwater favors Nixon for nora ination in 1960. The "Miss Apple Blossom" con= test will be 'held just prior to the Grand Feature parade on May 1. To be eligible, each young lady must ride on a decorated flout from her commttnity in t~he par- ade. The Grand Marshal of .the parade will present the 1959 "Miss A,~le Blossom" with her trophy, trip certificate and o~he˘ awards. F. L. Largen,t, Jr., president of the 1959 .spring fete, will greet REG. $1.00 VALUE. (SIES 2 to 8) LOW PRICE Chenille Bathroom MAT and COVER $ ENSEMBLE REG. $1.98 VALUE. LOW BEAUTIFUL COLOR S Fancy or Funny Decorative PILLOWS REG. $1.29 VALUE. BED SIZE 72 x 108 LOW PRICE Boy's Fancy Front BRIEFS for Sizes 2 to 8 REG. $1.16 VALUE. LOW (SIZES 2 to 8) PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN /