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~~iiii~~~~iti~~~~~~~~~~t~t~~iii~~~~t~f~~~ti~~i~;iiitt$iut~ii~~i~~~|~i~i~i~~ii~~~~~i~~~i~~t~~*iiiiii~u~iiiitiiiiiiiitiio~~it~ttii~~i in Jane Moore Ambrose and Mar- err R. Smith Jr. garet Goddard a classmate., at Mrs. Pats. y Grant had as. her din" Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va. spent her ~uests Sunda,, Mr and Mrs _ the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. " .... 1 John F Ambrose at their home Gerald Dorsey and two children. Vle~11 ~'~W "Palghton" near town Brunswick Md., Mr. and Mrs. jr v,,,,. .,.~..,...bv m " Sud,~,, ~m,~e* on,~ t~,, ,h'l,~I " Edw L ,.j ~.,,,, ,, ,, ~ ' .... h,~ "en ard . McDonald well n- "'r ....... s known local real estate and' insur- a fl m . ann mrs. (J. ~. ~or:ey. TAT "! I. "r=t . #"~tl 1 IkI" ance executive, Is a surgical pa- Chetie Hines has been confined Wedfllnas - Lnaaoements - kJluD lNews tient inthe Charles Town Ge.ner- tOMb~ h~me W~lhle?%~n%mP{]more :, 7.J ,.a .I al hospital, naving en~erec [nez'e . , .- . . , on Monday of this week lyre. is visiting Aaz'. and Mrs. E.H. ::~' Misses ~lar Randol h Smith Jones and family on South Chur- ~:~t *" " Y P ' h r ~ ~ , ~ .... and Ruth Rogers Smith have re- c St eet. . ~ ,~ ~ I ~ /I ~ | #~. I E tL_ L~__. #~tL I_ #* .... L turned to Stuart Hall, Staunton,. Mrs. Helen Watkm~ St..George L "~ ~ | rlA/A n nAmmu #%!' Kamnft hiri iMr$. Mi]l' IS ue$[ Va. after spending their mid-sere- A.pa!*~mezl~s, t:narms~rown is a pa ~i q~ [ UII%pJ lVVVll ri,,PJ%,ll|lb/lly VII n|UJ]liWVw ~aniJI ester term with their parents Mr. uenL zn me wnaries Town ~enerm ~ ...... " - - - l~J' ,~ a ~ o #~ and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. atHospital. She is employed by the ~| T^ R,, iime~,|~ll~,Aei ~,lli~i~u Af~'~ngt/~n i~ ,0n0r At rmv tm their home "Silver Spring". Mary J. J. Newberry Co. . ~ |V I[~ |IJ~)IRIMI~;M JUIUIMUJ ~Mkl|~/IIVVII I " Randolph Smith had as her guestMr. and Mrs. William Strosni- ~| , , ~ ~ a ~. o~. her roommate Jean Dinsmore of der of near Washington D. C. ~m| i.e b,ffo 51rm0a Norfolk. Va. They are seniors at were callers on Saturday of the i| m~ Saturday afternoon will be a Worship Serwce at the Charles i .' " . ' ' .'. Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va. latters sister Mrs. J. R. Costello mlI ni special occasion.for some 4_gyoung [Town Methodist Church. I Mrs. Mary E. Ott who recently Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Walker and family of Hall|own. ~| ~hnft~c~iar~(~ion~!'~/':!n~[tiyt~'gt o~t~e/mn~avebeemnbf;o~enr ~lnebra!;ad:h~6.~!ayb:i:aiherd;:g~nV~e:i OfSp]ie~gutO~,,' V~n. ~uered:;:,tors at f |1 == : : ~ruevT":'-5 ........... o~ r~m,~uw ~'irls~ which will ! " g : I Y ".. ' Mrs. lake Frye, Center St. en- . . .. . . Rill :~?~ :~ ~:: 'be held at 2 n m in ,the Charles [ Worthy Advisor Sandra Adams of Ransom. . tertained at a birthday party on .~ca. Mrs:.Chnsuan !s the lormer ~| ~- ~ "~own .),,ni,~r ~-~i~l~ School ' [Worthy Associate Advisor, Car- I The evemng was spen~ enjoyingWednesday, January 21, 1959 from.~,x~ss ~u~n ~gers wnowas a,~or- ~| ~ ...... ~ ..... r singing ano pzano mumc ann after three until f v in hon r f mer ~eacner a me ~me triage ~ ................ lyn Rissler' Charity Judy Snyde "1"" " ~" " i e ' o o her ........... ........ ..... 2'00 p m Institution and Iiiti-~ ........ '- -- ". -- " ives' i ' ' ' ' *:~! .... - ' "" "'" ~ ns and Eastern ioem baviue" ~amre ~anara r~n- ] -. J'm Fieagl8 and the guest of hon- morning January 31st. The new el E~ ua Y ' ' : l liam Ott and son David all of ..... .......... s h[ this event as a specia'l hono to]Charles Town', Mrs.. Eliza Milton, [ . a 10 4 6 " A THUIfN P'Nkilu n..,.o zsk V^.. fir' IP^.a . flD Pl,,k ^ k4 b^ Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hostler and Crowd of More Than Two Hundred [nj0vs p!edge to you our ~ntinued. ser:[ The annualBlU~:ondsG:ld tbt~nr C0untv Court DC~III~) ~Olll/~;Ol %$1 %*VUIII~ %PV/ %,IUU /V ,I'IMI~G daughter Emily Lee Mr. and Mrs. " J wee and tram ng. s you g 0 . [ fluet.for the t5 " .~ , "l $ I I George Dillow and son DonnleI . li I1~ n n. / .l . g,, f) our company is supported by con- families will be at the k'resoy-[ **~ ~ L a : * , [~=. ~ ~a P ~ * ]Mr and ~'rs Melvin Hosqer ;tnnnlml K nall in mm n mn I=l a tnbutions received as a result of'rter,an Church on Friday, Feb.[ From page O~ ,., ~ v, J~IIIlUUl I~Ull H1i~l IlIU% 1~lllrdl%lll /llt~, by r An al Membersh] Drive 6 30 m WOrK In Mecflanlcal i rinal hans r0r/nelr ] Harl~rs Ferry. [, ~t~ ~ ou nu "P ' , I 13 at : p. . [ zen's Pire Company an [ [ Also -resent -,~ro x~s .... ;.o ] ~-- plus profits made from carnivals -- ] ....... xiliar- had agr~ operated dunn~ the summer by at ~L,,,, f%g ~A,~,,,t~,t~,, I[enr^|~ hsnn~, ~-~k ~}~ I and Linda Lou Painter of Ransom [ With an abundance of good food [celved bill folds. Printed programs .... " I R|,,a RM.a |,ya Wife , ] with the distribution , I I~W~l l L.III%VIII VIIIII~/ IG:lg. LV one nremen ~,u~, a.~l~, "-. ~. the ~ rllaM: u [ ' } Mr .and Mrs. Frank Whitney of [ fine fellowship and .plenty of sur- |lists of the company's officez's and " / ] pany has offered . [ IMartinsburg. Those unable to ~t- [ prises, the annual banquet of ~he [a copy of the annual report were We appreciate your support in [, ..~ --. ~ ~ r a |the fire hall for use [ .... : . ' r' / The Republican Club of Jeffer- tend but sending along presents|Independent Fire Company in also at each plate in the dining thepast and hope. that you will 4.H ~r; Plan 5ax aie |,but[on center . t ~ ~r,l. k!::'adq, tson County will n~ee~ i~ ~egUlmar for Mrs. Ott were: Mrs. Johnny [Charles Town w.as a most enjoy- room. senaoYO~[ememoership in as soon, ................. | A move to get the;; [: ~ ~~ |session Friday, e . P. Propps Mrs Bruce H Frazer Mrs [ able occasion last Thursday night A feature of t~he evening was the " P " " | ......... rais ! program going in Je : in the club's new quartersin ' L ' ' in l " " , Yours foz" servic rqans for a ~aKe baJe ~o e . s( [.,:~ : i . . .. I Mae Staubs, Mrs. Lacey Bailey fiat the Loyal Ordez of Moose d - [instal atmn of racers and in a ... .. .e, .. .. ~ ............ m ....... n o~ .... t_[ got underway with .. ~ ~' ~ :: [~unkhouser Office ~uilding, sec-tCharles Town Mr .and Mrs. Roy ling room. A crowd of over two [brief but very impressive cere- znaepenoent Fn'e ~'o., ~nc:]"'~"[~ y~2~.:~'~'~ "~iv "'~r~re|last week w,i.th disclu~_ I~ ;~ : /ond floor assembly room, .Ransom Lambert of Leetown. [hundred members and invited mony each officer was presented C.F. Reini nger, President I~"~u~,~.'~vf~uCffanU.S~8"~o date|dire need for suc'h as_s ~: : ~. ": :]: :: 1: ~~~:~ ~. ::: :.]:.: :: : [ C o o ~r Me~uilkin, t ne ciuo pres - [ guests thoroughly enjoyed .the wibh a badge of his office by Pres- N. Clark Purr, Chief [ ~as be'en" dec;~e~lon fo," the sale [ Jefferson county's pe~ If:i: : : :i: : liden nas reques~ea specmi tom- ~/A...,,..~,. /~I..L [,&~.l&g~,~, / bountiful roast beef and country ldent Reininger with .the Rev. Rob -- | ................... s were' the need became know: [::~i':: :j)ii! i::~ ~i:::::: [ mi.ttee chairmen to submit names t WUIli(Ill :) ~,IUU LIII~IIOlli:) | ham dinner served by the Ladies left Hiller also having a part in the kd~ ~,~,~ D.~^,.^m&,- [ .~emnsua~)ns a~u ~a~r; to be I ganizations and indiC| [ ~ ::~:": !. ~:::~i;~::i::: ~ ::~ t of complete personnel for hand-/ ] t~f h~ Mt~ I.~dg~ i i., llaq-n IVll 3. PlVtgl3 I-131;111~ [ais mscussea anu uaey e [- * .... servi~ ,?:::: L " i~::::::ling details and arrangements for ....... ~ ........... ~, . t voiun~eereo melr i:.t ::; :::):.!': ~! " the annuai Lincoln dinner At Coffee Part Saturda Charles F. Reininger, premdent |Drawing Of Prizes gwen at the next mee, tmg 7hlch~oz~" -~| :::;~::~i:~';)::;~ :::::::::::::::::::::: This year's dinner hono~'ing theY Y of the Independent Company ser- The drawing of prizes, always a Lesson to Xe]ghborhood w~!.lbeeheld.n Feb 25,1959 wlLh the program ands i~i!i:::;i!~::ii i,i:::i':: ::: ............ : ......... ~,~ red as toastm, aster for the ban.- feature at the banquet for the . . .. #~a . the progd/?mip. T~as :chr~p[hem%~ t 1 ............ ]'" "" " /ue anrece*v a hreetlellrl l ]uanalansurg ::; ::~::.i~:: .... : held Friday Feb 20 at'Harpers A.ernoon numer home q~day cake mounted on i b~ght la~z~ez~U~etdh%garneattdmeal fc~" uemonstra,on uu0 read by oEl~n C~,d. David Cloud " . . ::::~ ~:::~ ............... , . . , Y Y - read a p Wall . A poem onmy from mflatzo" :~;:;: Ferry: The Women..s Socmty for red miniature hre t.ruck, January ments adding much to this por-The lesson "Good Food A was read by Joyce Mercer "The ... [~:~;:~2;*: i ! t~nris~ian ~ervme wm prepare ann | The Charles Town Womans/29 .the date of the oanouet being ,+;,,- ,,f ,h ........ ~,oo~,~o,,, ~. . , ":-., ~ ..... .~^..~.,, ~ ..... ~;~;.' ~# .... ~ ~rtve C~t~r~., ~;, [!::!iii~~: _- :_]servf, thehd~unrSl~rd?ntiCa~Hmisll Me"/Cl~br~n~erat~[nzedo~ta~Tl~: ~aao~YtMr. Reininger's b!rthday. Visibly .Re[ranger with ,the assistance of|by MY. G. W.gMyers, Jr. j~ffer-[Mercer read a small article onl~oU Sa~ ~~/ke~ are on s~te at ~wo dollars/cun ~nd saucegr Y g /the com~aity for a number of I Compan,'s Annual Re~ort [of good homemaking is being/W|ll Close Out C0u,ty s I .~ : "' ins fi,s ~ilstrict he dinner tic r '" .... the service for the company and manicure sizzors and kitchen sets " "" ~ i~ii gm ' ', . . door iece of reener bearin a Mrs. Myers said one of the arts ~i/~ _/each. ' ' / z.. " _.. ... |years yet. "Yne audience josnea %0-1 ["~"" *^ make -"o'* h~ bre~d I. ]~ 'Yes, our s~m~ |~:~ . | [ i.ne a~mng room.mum.was co.v.- [ gether in the singing of "Happy |. A copy of the company's annual [ :ff~_ ~and "astri~s" Mr~ M-ers[ h--it-- I%.-.,_ _ k|__ I ~UL.--L | "-ts erea wire an emu lace cloth With r .,~ ~ v y tered Pharmaca~ BROWN L. RISSLER [l[~,~,WIll l^h, W,tk [a centerpiece of'bronze sn~pdrag [Birthday" to Mr. Reinlnger. [ eport revealed/that. 72 town a: [demonstrated several corn ,,eadlr0fl0 vrtve mexx,eeK I II Will JYlll WIIII , - .... . . mrms ~v country .alarms ann ~ - e This week Brown L. Rissler, fore , I~lV 3 / ons in an amber container flank| No Special Address , ]mutua~ ~td .~l~rm ............. ~ [ rempes. ] ............ [ check every st P rt , ............. uonaio i~oiano onalrman oI me/ man of the mechanical depa - _ ed b ellow ta rs MOcha' sand- When the announcement was " "% " " ~" I Dues for .the year were collect-] - ~ . , .... ' , o~ Y Y pe In 1958 Ptre loss for the year ap , h I m o~ ment of the ~nPi~s!%f6t~e~er~,~nc- K,wan|s For ~U Night; [wiches, petit-de-fours hot coffee, [made that W. Va.r?tw~teull~r~;I~-[proxim~ttely $218 285 {~0 We par" sRl~c~ati~rAaS uinicharge2f| J:ffte[e~ar~a~yn~YanCn~2~erd~Ved" I compounding ~0 Advocate, bega "" "I " [ mocha .punch, nuts and mintsall[shal Carl Welme ,' ' {l = Iticula'rl brln'o 'u" ' "[ e Y' "' g g I ' ] hen Y e meehan n ~I; ' Y g t y r attentmn "Know'n Your Pans " ~ nesday that plans are to formally scrsptmn. W utive year of work in th were se,wed a~ble to be present-at the ba qu t h r 7 I g f news a er and all To Honor D st. 6o o, a dre bu, a Y S The Februa, meet, n w,ll be close out the 1959 polio drive ,n re, i Yern0r ~at t e e were 2 chimne fire ical phase o a "P P Pouring "during the 'afternoon there was nospe al d s~ 'in 19-~8 ~*-,,f *.~o~ ...... ~,.n ly ": g " . ~ * ,!C '~ '. your Doctor's P of this long period of time has] The Charles Town Lions Clu.b|were Mrs'Guy Tucker president ntLmber of invited guesk, respond7 [f,,,~m ~."~ ~..":~~'~ ~'~,~ ,,7.~.'~ [a family affair at the home of|Jenerson. county_ ~y._me ena, Oil _..f.v.. n spent helping to print and s' s of the Junior Womans 'Club Mrs | ed ~ith brief remarks Wlieh c~tled t~,'~':;~" ,~;.:~../'~,,~"~'~, ;[:,'~'~;~,~'~'~'~ [Mrs. A. B. Link Sr. at 6:30 in . " . *- [ to this REL nexs week ~omno sam any lnaus ~_ . met in regular ses.ion Tue day . , .. .... ,, ....~ .ez'~ ...,.~,. .... , ..... --...-~ -.- ,~ tries ousiness organizations or publish a Jefferson eounty news- evening at the ~omas Jefferson Thornton Wilt presadent of the|on~ Those seated ~t the sl~eakerS|stoqed ~n,~ in .......... ~ ~ [the form of a cove~ed dish suppe~. .- ' ~ . 7' , ........ ~.sst " "' " : ..... i " " '~ ~. ..~,,*~r ,.~*o~o ,~**~ ~* lncnv1cluals WhO nave nos alreauy [ maey you arv paper. 1 Hotel w~th President Paul Barr | Harpers Ferry Womans Club Mrs / table wh~clx was decorated w th a b,~ ...... ~.,,m .,~, ,,_i_,., .~.~ [ ......... * ' -- ' " ' " " *' s " and ~.~ ,y~. ,.~.v, **~..~ ~$~,.ov ~**~ ~ contLriDu[,e(l L Lne cause ana ,plan | , ......... I presiding. Plans were discussed In | Gardner Plelce, president of the|ce'~)erpiece of Snal~. ag~. ~ . [chimney In most cases fire deve] [~--~ ~r/111~ ~/'hll~ ~f [ to do so are urged to send in [ curacy and fair pr ~e RilH~r In I regards to the club's coming | Mar~insourg Womans Club, Mrs. I ttyacil~.ms ~ma smart moaejs ol loped, beyond ~he chimney There L~u~ ,.~,vu..~# ~,,,,.vu.,~ v- I ~ ! t r l these gifts as qmckly as poss~ole e ~s r,o. ~#~n~,a ~u~n~ ~w events The first Record H of W W Jackson Mrs H H Huyett re~ fire trucks were Fi e. Cp, ef . '' .... ,, . P . ,. .... . . . , ..... . , were also several serious barn ,ires . so tha, t the ma be included when your patronag " I the month will be held YTid.ay or-]Mrs J. E Saville and Mrs. Gor-[Brtlce iV[artln, and M~:~. Martin of F'durln- 1.9~8-wl~ch w..'o .~,--.~,., IT.^^. '~ ~i|| A**~,n#~ ]..' ....... 'Y_~..Y_--'-~ [ .., , " Feb 6 wt the Charles Town | don Eismon | Mal~tinsb~rg, Mr. and Mrs. Ha[g,y ~o,($.i~,~,,,~,n ~ ,4~.~,,~.,, .... v,~.~.,,,-,~{ |/IVt$~ L w I1| /ML||t;I|M i ~.e. l,ziai ze~ul'b *~ nl~tuc._ . I ]y appreciate[*. Wave, do ~,ard~n f[,h ]emng. . , - " ............... ,~,^*,.~..'... r ....... v:,.- ..... t~ ......... ~ .... , , l~resmn Mercnan~ wno servea W~|~n~ v~u~*nn v,~ i T,,,~i,~. ~t~,h .~ehnnl There will be/ Attrafuve iloralarrangementst~nman ~,r anu mrs, ~,,,-~ru,,.L,,,~,,,~,~,~,,~ ,~,o, on o,,~o,o ~, .... 1 , ..... ' ....... " " "'*-'"- ""- ..... " . ' ............ ----~-'*" '~-~'~- "- *'~',-~-o -',~-~ as en.a]rman lO1" me lu,~u Nlarcn i - The Wayside Garden Club met bh Lr' lri: ]Presbytenan Church [of imes drive.. id . hat wh!lo HIfHfll ' nuar 27 at the home of Mrs. "_'Z~" .tLLq-.7~L_ " lei~ ~rr and Mrs Max "Brown':As-1: ~o oi ~ne above alarms were in [ [t~e amoun~ raisea ~o QaLe is SUD- ] ......... , Y asked tu rv~t, zt to the paper baling ists " es ~osepll J. Thompson wit ,t ]r,,om to bale and heln load a truck [ Guests from Martinsburg, Shep- sls~t'n't-"Fire C"~ef Merle Fellers|~: ' .. ': . o'.. i Y "g [ . " " . :." . . ".. " " ] ~ u A r~ ~1[ .A. C h he r ldences tt would be worthwhile Februar 8 has been des~ noted stan~ml unless more mdw,dual ] f~ub president Mrs. Charles Printz ]A'il members are asked if ~osslble ] herdstown and Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Fellers of Martinsbui~g,['~r you ~o ~aKe no~e'oz tnezollow- | as scout Sunday and Cub Scouts [ anti organ~zauonal o onauons .are i a , ,'~ ~* ,.* .~' presiding. Minutes of the previous,lto attend "West Virginia Univer- {were greeted by Mrs O S. Bloom, Lee Bush0ng and Dr. and Mz-s. J. ~i.ng^suggesuons ann perna.ps' in|of Pack 23 and Boy Scouts of|receive2 i.~ ..win no~ reacn las~ [ Phone meeting were read and .the treas- | sitv night at ti~e Thomas Jefferson [ president of the ClUb and mem- O. Cain of the Enders Fire Corn- [,*vov we coum nave ,zewer nre a- |Troop 23, both of which are spon [ years z mai.ngure._ .... ~ I !~ ~rer's report given. I Ho'tel ~t~ur'.~av Feb 12 in a toint I bers of the commiftee: Mesdames pany in Berryvflle, V~. They ~ere~mrrns ann lower nre Josses.. Isred by the C. T. Presbyterian [. tsnec~s snom a ,e a~ressea ~o I Chstr|es ToWIb / Mrs. Richard Funk. chairman linering with ~l~e Kiwanis Club as ] S. H. Stone, Stuart Miller George rec0gnizedby .the toastmaster who [Ambulance Service[ Church, will worship in a group [ me. Jen.erson..coun~y r'ono ~'~m~ [ . of the program committee intro- Ihost !Schneider, Herbert Olson and Miss also introduced Mr. and Mrs. Na-t The ambulance service of our|at the 11:00 a. m. service at the|an mmm~.e~.~ner m lviercnan~ orI ~ -, i duced Mrs. Robert Butler, a mem- [,,~ ......... ~. .... ,,.~,. r,,~ [ Louise Briscoe. th~n Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. ['company has become a communi.ty [ Presbyterian Church that Sunday. [ .,~omna m ~naries Town. '1 ~ # #'" : her of the DOlly M~dison Club, ,.zze .cmu wz..~.us ~.~,. u,~- 'Mesdames Oscar Wil.t and A[ Waldron 'COp' Shlpley of Shep-[necessity 324 calls were made in [ The boys of both organizationsl . ~ . . [ ~ ~ Wh0 gave an interesting and help ]t~ct?overnoron Satt d yeven; Hooper also received in the ab-herdsbown; Mr. ,and Mrs. ShirleY[191)8 202"of Which were local Oxy |are expected to attend their own I Pro.ouch[on ann sams oz autos [ ~ .,.~ ..~, . - ~,,~ ~ , snow increase : - ~ul talk entitled "Are You Pre- ._ _. "*.2 ..... r ..... .'.'* --Isence of their mother Mrs Hunt-HUnt, Mr. and 'Mrs. Kenneth 'Wll-I'gen 'was administered 13 t'imes i Sunday School Classes beforel ' ~ne moose home .~ specmJ reques~ ~)ared to Enter a Flower Show". y. _ " . -" ....... |er. " lingham and Marvin Dod$on of l'proving a valuable aid to the pa"[cming to this service. Both the[ _.,t~P~ i ~nas oeen )ssuea oy me plesmen~ ~ .. The flower show~ practice forfor all Lions' "and 'Lmness' to'-atten' d An honor guest was Mrs. wen the Citizens Fire Company. Chief' tients. 6,945 miles were traveled, |Cub~ Scouts. and Boy Scouts will| ~..qPlr~IT...... ~,.-fl~ .,~a][]~]h'~l?][~l~f%]k]'. ~.,~x,., FARMERS AD , ,&he month, "Interpretation of - Conklyn seleoted recently by the Stol.le of the Berryvllle Va Fire t including many lon,, distance|assemble m front of the Church[ ................ ,~R~ ~now", was" made by Mrs.. Jo: e.p .... e +~,~' ........ |,ors Li,mr W club as ' "Teacher of the Year," Company, Mr. and .Mrs' ~. 'Lloyd ) trips. The ,boys ~who man the am- [ t u:,~o5 an. mm. ~" ~'--~ -- ......... ' ~*'" 'i ~taley and Mrs. William Vaugnan. 1 ~:~sl~on'wl~o'1~'as"~io~e an" out.[ who was presented a corsage. She Jones and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ba! [bulance have all had first aid trMn ! ~. The general arrangement .was a .. ..................~' .... " was accompanied by Mrs Guy enser of the Harpers Ferry Fire ling ~nd of course .perform their[ ,, I ~!~dpe~n~e:!~eM:Wb~n~lremMr~ho~rr [!n!' to ut!rd Sr hei:r:t tjnodiS'neP t l m:e lhcionTiannl! rt lnw en ertllal e ~eReCllna?nkgSefre ~hem~l~pdetd II [ || i] [ II Ii I ,% V A t U I' ~]'n the red nad ~rs VIvan Bush 1 Lions at the dance at $3 00 per [ cegved Proc dp i"y" t C" summer carnivals sponsored 'by t x. submitting this Annual Re- | t i W ~ m m ~ " m "" ~ . ' i ee s w n go o amp the company nere. It was azso no- i port to ,the citizens of our com- , , h h , M -a, h the eve n and a dell ht T N wberr Low Prl LoW "/:30 p, m. at t e role o' rs. ~ h:s bee oma ] ' mac to " "e "g ! ' / e ys ce I Newberry s Frederick Byrer, Charms "/own. [ AS . ~ ' ry | in. ~- n ful solo by Mrs. ~tobert James was [ ~ l ~ I .I With Mrs. Charles Reviol as co-]past, the Charles Town State u-|~lwan|s LIONS UUDS ,received with mu~h ~pplause by' *= / ~" -" ho ,tes . I quor Store will along with all/ ' the audience, t L ' | [ r,e s[an of the t~hiiaren's haven | zz me mr~naays oz Aora, am t.- . " - " " ---- '- "" r --b Lee Bush was well" - ' n men~ oI t'otomac ~ta~e COllege P etmrea y ng s /coln and George Washingto C,arle:Town. ' ,.u~,~ ......... ~ .....[in Keyser W Va' will be tl~e received Mr BUS~iong had as-l G CrochetedEdge 'for c i VALENTINE GIFT ~- - - = ' -: - _ - - - r ~ speaker for the Kiwams and Lions sisting him in t4ae skit, Mrs. Ne l | T ! D f) ! L I V, ,q am am J- l C, L A ,~ ,~ W A I E ~, ................ _ ....... ~|Clubs of Charles Town ,for the Smi.th, 'Mrs, Glenn Pvamsburg, l / / .( S T ~1 W it] g M 11 i i I: S[ Bivthd.ay W. Va University Mrs. Leighton-Welsh, Locke Wy-| R [ . ..... [ .. ~ ,. '~ 1 " I U ff L !1 13 U J L ~| next Thursday night at the hotel song and Sheriff. Carlton Hehle. | _ / ,c ~aie. LOW vrlce / Keg. zvc. * X - * ]~/Thomas Jefferson. The Kiwanis Clark Purr, Chief of ,the Indep-[ L . | / ~" _ _ .... X/club will be host for the meeting endent ComPany, presented Irvin[ i ~ " T~~lUq~i~ hi ~h~ ~rrv ~| and it is hoped that a full at- Jenkins and Roy James,. mem-| ENTE | lll~t~ II~;~IU~IUlII nl Ilgli@~lO I ~.,,J ~|rtendanfe of both clubs will be on hers of the company's hosemen| . " "" i Newb{ ' ~ihand. This marks .the ninth year and IM.pemen, a small saddle and[ DRESSES - $8-$9-$12-$14/ DINE Bythe Open Fire {||,that West Virginia Day has been in a Jovial mood told fhem that[ ~r..t ........ ,_ ~r, '| D .... I..I. ~I ~ ~ff 9|..Mk ,DII,, {t ~- 1~) {~'... d ..... ~','-, ."~-,'" ,--'- ~|observed, the idea being formuo was for the biggest 'boot' of fhe} ,~u~, up tU ~,,. | l~l#~Ll ~l~*Or| llU~[! lll~U~ ~ ~ ~ Ol*'C ,~ ]] and en o ~anawlenes, ldgr/1 ffleals lot in 50 ea ]J ~nawlcnes, z,]gnt ivleals ed 19 by J. Burn Huyett y r. The fun-skl.t drew rounds of| SKIRTS--f5-18 [ C~ ~t rip rl~ ~t ~T D IT ~ or Complete Dinners', when he was ~,ove~ or of W ~t applause from ~ll p esent. .i ......... / v values up to bl i J~ ...... ~' ............. ~| Virginia Kiwanis District. Dr. Reininger presented Assistant Ftre t , ' " [ ...... ~ .-,. .,. t~ .... ................ , , ~| Church, long known for his active Chief off Mar*insburg, Merle PeN ! SUITS COATS-SWEATERS| Wl[ll ~ree ~ x au ~ca[ter l ug. ~ow Seazood |'tatter uutcn uven Koast ~atter Dutch oven Roast ~| part in education in the state, has lers with ~ small miniature ladder ~t~ox,-ot/. ~Dt~ | B~ Sauce Lobster Newburg ~| been serving at Potmac State truck and noted that he hoped | ..... 'iiliamsbur Ham Steak as It's president since 1936. He is that it would xlOt be too tong be- I Wiiliamsb~urg,~H.a~n~ ~,,,~pm BombSatev%tvle ~]aglfteds~akerandhiscomtngforeMr, Fellers'had one for his TALLS by / ~ll I[ ...................... ~ "~ ~| here next Thursday is being look- own company. TT T#"rlt 11~ T~%TC" | 1 ll ~ .I .1 4 Sunday Night Buffet ed forward %o with a grem, t deal The invoc~taon and .the beneaic- , ]r -t lib L l" c,u.u-y ~,,~;,,~ ,-,-,,~ ~|of ir~terest, tlon wa~ given by the Rev. Robert 13Vz W Boscawen Street I ~ I1 ~ ~R PRIVATE PARTIES. ~ Hil]er df the Charles Town Me|h- " I ~ ll ~ 8 Arr~tortft~'r~ o~?*vaz~ r*ta**~. ~| Goldwater favors Nixon for nora odlst Church. 2nfL Floor " I --~ 'P~*l~nhn,~ 2.'.!~1 ~| Ination in 1960 SmSll bottles of Yardley toilet Wi-ch er virginia i PHONE, 314 CHARLES TOWI {~ .... " ........... ~/ ~ water were presel~ed each lady at ..... ' -- ~ "" | ATTEND CHURCH 8DWDAY the speakers ,table and the men re am~o~)~,~m~o~m~().~m~(~ ,?