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: - CHAPTER OBSERVES 50th.: ANHIVERSARY 11o r A+ - - son-in-law" and daugr~ter Mr. and HUlIIIIII31/UlVl MI I Mrs. Hal Reese, children Denny} i ~ ill :~J.Gail /Mercer[Washington, j~On land friend Sunday of Carol and Martinsburg Douglas of daughters Mr. Kenneth Washington, and Eichelbaum were Mrs. Reese Linda visitors Phillip | D.and and of C. ~[ t alia3, I~le ! /VIRII T~I~ ........... IIV3pIIOl M~|4~l .... _ :. /with Mrs. Mercer. | Mrs. Thoma.~ Mercer spent Tues |day with Mrs. Marshall Frye of in the 50th anniversary observance by Mecklenburg Chapter 31, Royal Arch M~LSOnS, last Thursday evening are shown in photo above, left to right, as follows, first row: Shepherdstown, one of first members to get degree; A. Charles Morgan, Shepherds- of Mecklenburg and present secretary; James H. Myers, of near Harpers Ferry, Fred M. Donley, Shepherdstown, also one of the first members to get degree. Second Washington. Past High Priest of Petworth Chapter No. 16, Royal Arch Master of First Veil, Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons of the DistriCt of Co- liammersla, Martinsburg, M. E. Grand Marshal of the Grand Chapter Royal Arch Virginia; Cletus D. Lowe, Shepherdstown, High Priest, who acted as toa.~tmaster Shepherdstown, Past tIigh Priest. (Photo Sm',dlwood--Courtesy The Journal) IN mont, Va. The latter is feeling much better after being indis- posed for several weeks. Our congratulations are due to Charles Ware, son of Mrs. Nora Ware and the late Mr. John C. Phone 20-F-021 Ware, upon his graduation at mid term from West Virginia Univer- sity, Morgantown where he mE j- Clarence Smallwood Services will Feb. 6th., there will be an official ored in Advanced Agriculture. He resided with his parents in this SUnday Feb 1st [Church Board meeting at 7:30 vicinity where he attended the S. F: Butcher:lEt the Church. local schools before they moved neets on Wed-I Mr. Cornelius D. Mercer (Bill), to Charles Town. ith, at 7:30 p. ]and his mother, Mr. Thomas Mer- A surprise birthday dinner was Mrs. Charles I cer were visitors on Sunday with given ~ honor of Mrs. Henry Friday night, Mrs. Justa Mercer of near Blue- Clipp n Su day by her son MEN to 50c 50c to $1-'5 $2.50 to $7.50 95c to $3.50 6 for 25c David Clipp and Miss Pat Wilt of Charles Town. Mr, Clipp, co- operating with the youngsters, took Mrs, Clipp to Charles Town for several hours while the prep- arations were being made. They visited with Mr, Bobby Sowers, a surgical patient in the Charles Town Hospital and also visited their aunt, Mrs. Lula Hill of Ran- FOR THE LADIES so,. Those present for the dinner were Miss Pat Wilt, her cousin,! DRESSES 50c to $1.65 Miss Elaine Wilt, Mr. and .Mrs. James Nlcholson and family of BLOUSES "~ Stephens City, Va., Misses Patsy, & SKIRTS 25cto 75 Nancy, Roxanna and Darlene Clipp David and Danny CIIpp FUR COATS- Only $2.50 and their parents Mr. and Mrs. :Henry Clipp. Mrs. Paul Wilt of ODD JACKETS 35c to 65c HATS AND HANDBAGS Only 29c SHOES 50c to $1.35 tl.5o to $3.50] PURCHASES HELP TO EMPLOY THE HANDICAPPED" QUeen Street Martinsburg, W. Va. STORE HOURS :- Thursday, 9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. to 9:00 Saturday 9:00 to 6:00 "" JEFFERSON THEATRE Charles Town, W. Va. January 29 Charles Town bakied a delicious birthday cake. , Overnight visiPors on Saturday A JOSEPH FIELDS PRODUCTION with Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Russell were his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. William Lancaster of Buxton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain and three children have returned to their home Woodlawn Farm after spending a week with Mrs. Cain's mother, Mrs. John Goode who re- sides at Blakeley Place in Charles Town. Due to illness in the family, Mrs. Cain was in need of a rest and grandmother was just the one to look after little Joe. Miss' Margaret Josns~op vis!,~e~ on Sunday with he~ 8r~ther=In- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Homes Kees and family of Ger- adstown. Mrs. Kees who was ill the latter part of last week is much better 'now. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnston and daughters of Front Royal, Va. were also visitors with the Hoes'. Richard Rowland was pleasantly surprised on Sunday when his set vice buddy and his ~ife Mr. and Mrs. James Osboren of Falls Church visited him at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ern- Sunday - Monday - Tuesday est A. Rowland on Woodbyrne ParE. February 1, 2 and 3 Cadet Eddie Ware has returned to V P I in Blacksburg, Va. to FROM BLUSHING STAGE HIT resume his studies after spending OF SEX IN THE SUBURBS! several days with his mother Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Woodbyrne Farm. Miss Valley Markle who. has been spending some time with her friends in Berryville, Va. was at her home for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small= wood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Boyer near Lee- town. Mrs. Maude R. Clipp is visiting ~her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Boyd R. Clipp in Wash- ington, D. C. DORIS. Sunday Shows:---3 & 8 P. M Several children' of the comm- uninty have been ill with syptoms of the mumps. Johnnie Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill of Valley View Farm was treated for 'glandular fever. Joan Rouss has been absent fromschool with the same symptoms. Bobby Sowers who submitted to a major surgical operation on last Friday is convalesing slowly but satisfactor|ly at the Charles Wednesday and Thursday Town General Hospital. His period February 4 and 5 of hospitalization has ben ex- DOUBLE ACTION SHOW tended for several days beyond the doctors expectation. The sur- gery consisted of the removal of a cvs.t from the hip. Overnight visitars Saturday a gunshot RICHARD TODD Saturday JULIETTE GRECO A 1~ c~rul, toz me and 31 Adventure at its Mightiest! " PLUS--. ..........