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MISS rt n Swarfz Be’om s e SOCiALiSMS t H ss Jane Rmler T"U.SDAY FEBRUARY ,0, ,96 Mr. Whdm0re In Kearneysvdle Rite! it It Returns From Michigan ] • , ave. last week I Johnny Wharton 7th ave.. I1 Mrs. JUNE BO IRER, Editor [ }ato fnmnofitinn Mrs. Chrisman of Berr~wille,' bitten by a d~rt~natuTr~h2vee~ l i /*liD(? . kde'L'Tlkl~C a'AkdllV id'~lPl|ll'11"la'e JPP~?~ i I .......... I" ........ Va., is spending some time with while on his paper route ozz ~_~ ~! I | ~ ,,,) ~ L IbLUD~) friLL 1111t13 " rAMIL/ Sill, I IV1/1£3 ~:,~ ! I ....... ~................................. ' ~,.~ Mrs. Esau Grim, George St. ave. " " I DIAL 725-2046 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~ ! #i!iiiiii~!iiiiiiiii if!i! Charles Town visited last WednesI mpanied by his Daat~drWaebbsi~ ~~~ I I \ I/ ~ 72 pv" ~ ~ I1 ::;ili!~!!!!i!~iii~i!~i!i dya wi~h Mrs. Lucille Brown and Mr Arthur Webb-and -Miss PJ ~~i~nn~~ l| v ~...~ ~~ ~ [ iii!!iiiii!i!iiiiiii!!~ s. G dys Pulse. abeth Webb motoreci-to 13~_ /i l ~.iii:iii~!:!!!!:~ii I The Ranson Helpers Club call lmore Md Saturday to visit .~i [~ ~~ .!. i!ii~:i:~!ill ed off their February meeting :and Ylrs. "El is "h- "~TVe~b b, th'~ • [ ~ ~:~:~ * iiiiil;:::~!:~ilili on account of the weather. There visited later Mr. Webb's ]t~re ~ ~ Rl~4~lnAm~n ~ _ . , U|ee DAe,~l|n~ R.~|AI* I ~i:i~ili:~~ wasn't any place to park their Mr. Ernest ~Vel~b'wll~'~(reco4 -~: -- - "=:l~::~ | ii'llil~P, a. ~ lllSnll~,allUa. I | -- | ] a.la3,~ IIVaOIIIIM II/UIIGI i ~ii] cars at the club house. I ing from a stroke he is 88 2#! :~ - -- -~ -i~ilmmlli / • • • I I a.P~ I I ..... : li Mrs. Nancy Shutts of Middle- old and im~-n~g-v~ery, y nic;l~ ] Hflcnltah?~* WNl~lna I I ,$11~".,,,..,,.._~ I I Fnnan~ Tn Mr |:wean. [ i:~ way is spending this week with Mr and Mrs. David Webb |..v,,y..u.....w, ,...**u...~[ I ~EO~A'MA|~ | [ ...~$u~$..~ .v .-...u....,., ] ::::i her son and daughter-in-law Mr. led l~er narents"~fr.'and ]~ /- . .... " / ivrlu~pvnMn.t I [ ....... . .... f and Mrs Bill Shutts ' Frank °verr~.'"I~otz'dour~'Hei~ ' ==================================== i i ' ' OV ,y, bouuuuu /Annmmry ememered i I Imrch Wedding tanned I [ r. and rs: Garnet Bentz, Va Sunday YRet'u~nm~u h~o;~l ~- --~-:: ~ i [ " / I " visited his mother Mrs Louise bout b ock--fr-om--t eir h~ .~--I |Even though Mrs. Brenneman. Mr. and Mrs. R~ hard W. But- Bentz Sunday. *hoir ...... ~ ~h~e'an0~ • . . . - . ========================== ....... ..~,~ ,,~,~, .~*~*.,~ ~,d ...- -=--[ [ was a paUent ,n the Charles Town Mrs. John Porterfleld of South ler of Milestone , Boyee, ann-[ I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb had car causin b ou['$'200 in'- ~V~-:-_:-_ :=-~n [ General Hospital the 50th wedd- Mildred Street is a patient in,ounce the engagement of their[ 'a family get together for their a~,es ............. 1 | ing anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Memorial Hospital. ]daughter, Rosalind Lee, to Doug-i son Timmy's sixth birthday Sat- ° " i| l~~" - ---~- --- ..... [ | F. E. Brenneman, 917 South Sam- The Womaa's Auxiliary of the [ las Francis Jarsen, son of Dr. and i ~~ urday evening Jan. 29th. Mr. Art '. ~ | | eel street, did not go unnoticed. West Virginia tIorticultural So-] Mrs. Frank, J. Jarsen of "East-I ~~ her Webb, Miss Elizabeth Webb ~ .... '~;~'~...''~ .._.~ , @ in me t;naries Town t~’ [ On Friday, January 21, the date ciety, meeting in Charles Town I wood Farm, Charles Town. ] ~ and Mr. and Mrs David Webb .... aries Town~ i .... Mi 1 " " ~~ i " • tlospitat news carriea in of the r 50th weddmg anmver- February 16 thru lath wall have ss But er ~s a senmr at the helped T mmy to celebrate h~s .... ' • - MISS JANE • week's issue ot the ~ irit of J / sary Mr. Brenneman and a num. a luncheon on February 16 at the College of Wflham and Mary in RISSLER birthday. , .:. ~~t~/] erson Aavocate, unoer me |ber of friends called at the hospi- Asbury Methodist Church. Mrs. Williamsport. I Miss Jane F. Rissler, daughter I Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Roby and . ~ ---~e;~lunn~eronttn: it~ ~~~- -~_- o- [ | tal and extended greetings to James Snyder of Summit Point]Mr. Jarsen is a student at Fer- ot ivir. and Mrs. Lewis S Rissler, sons of Winchester called on Mrs mg ot obstetrical patients, g~ ~~]_ - - --_ _ :_ - ] | Mrs. Brenneman on the occasion, will be the speaker. Iris State College in Big Rapids,[Route 2, Charles Town and a sen George Anderson and family .n inadvertently incorrectly ~~-i - : - : : _ ! [ And m addRmn to the personal Mrs. Lena Ambrose, our faith-] M~chigan. ]mr Bmlogy student at Shepherd Friday, and visited Mr Anderson that a daughter.had been bo~| v~s~tatmns on that day, Mrs A late March weddm is lann College, ~ust returned from M]ch mr and Mrs Thomas Penw~ ~~~~ ~ -- : : -- 1 ] [ ' • ful Engle correspondent is a pat-] " g " P "[ " " "1 who is a patient in the Charles~ " . Thomas PenW~] l[~[~~ - - _ - --~- ] | Brenneman received a number of lent in the Charles Town Generall ed. I igan State University where she j Town Hosoital ] Harpers Ferry, W. Va., aria .................................................... ar " ' - " "' ...... ' --= J ~~~ ~ -- -- 1: _: [ | floral reminders. Mrs.. Brenne- Hospital for treatment and obser [ __ [p hc~pated in the annual Ale-] Mrs. Jaunita Chamblin and sons[ aticle should have read a da~ l[~V~~~ _~-- --=- : I i man has been nospitaiizea tor vat]on Her usual Engle news] Itoni Disfinguisned Graduate I of Middlewa~, svent Thursdav ter born to Mr. and Mrs. Th0~] [ some time and thus- it was necces- column of personals will, not J .... , . d, ] [ Fellowship competit!on. Miss Riss ! with her so(her,Mrs. Daisy Dea- W. Hopewell of Route 2, Harl~ : - - I i sary tor ner ana t renneman annear a ain this week [ i IlllA[ l ll I I I lml I ler naa een invitea as a finaiis I ver. I Ferry We regret this i~~~i== =- [ / to observe the occasion in a limit- "-Mr an~ Mrs William Breeden [ i liaiV~Pii"l mR, ln ~ H [ll~l| I to compete with students from [ Mr and Mrs Leonard Ruble' cal -error .............. il ed and quiet manner and M~ss" " JoAnn" Hard all were other colleges and universities for a "a fl' " " / " Y, I -.,,... ~ t, I [one of the .......... I nd f m y of Gerrardstown call- ~ .~ • present for the birthday party of[ I IiU i1~ ~1 I Fello -' tour ~z,uuu A. u. ti. Ied on his mother, Mrs. Lucille [ ('~xO To Church Sundll MR AND MRS. WAYNE ALLEN WHITMORE Mrs Mar E Ott whmh was held wsmp awaras • - ] l~ilv Ma~tan 4.H ~111~ . y . • | ...... ~r~/_ | [ " [Brown. Saturday afternoon [ ................... [ , [ .v.,j .............. on January 23 in Charles Town II lill - -'ri~l [ The finalists who do not re-[ M,.~ Trl~ l~Jhi’lin.’....... " ~ [- I -'~.,] The Church of Christ at Kear- [ satxn pumps. Her h address was[ .. -- •. n~ . ,m Clay Leps, former local res-[ [ celve one of the fellowships are [ dinnor ~,~t .’ ho. a~,,~ht~. ~a,-~ ] in e~. neysville, was the scene of a love- [ a blue velvet bow with a white[ ~SAt msDuro n0me ]dent who now lives in Berryville ] OBSTETRICAL l awarded graduate assistantship in ! ~':~'~ ~.~..,~,;.~.~. ~'~."~.~, .... i [l ~ffi 1].'~N~ ly, but informal wedding cere-[viel. ] --- ~ Va is a patient in Winchester] ........... ]their respective departments [--'l~rs" Kenne~-~.~nc~ers"-'~'L:':-^~ [ I] UDq~ nM[||A{ l'l~l]l sony Sunday, January 23, when [ She carried a nosegay of white| The January meeting of the Memorial Hospital, where he is [ -. mr. ann mrs wayne ~m~erman ] Miss Rissler will begin work, t~ ] horn^ "~ ....... . ._~v ~_r~u I [] frill,}, ll#4m-l.l~ ~[ItPIH Miss Marilyn Gold Swartz, dau- I roses with white streamers on a| Dolly Madison 4-H Club was held recovering from a broken leg I ~_ • - ! Taros a aegree m ootany ana I Town Hosnital Ever,~ono u,ishes I II Amedmn Folml$1 • F ~l ghter of Mr and Mrs. Steward C. [ Bible. | recently at the home of Mrs which he suffered two weeks ago [ a oay. I plant pathology next Fall. 1 i. ...... :.~_ :: ...... "Z. .... I II on ~z attatr~ o~ m~lL/ i~ Swartz, of I~earneysville, became i Mrs Donna Breeden, sister ofl Dorcas Ramsburg " William Brill of Raymon Stree; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove Harp/ I":Re~ ~ndU~[/s:~=~::"y" I [| ~u~a~. _mum. a_ge_.'q~'.~ the bride of Mr. Wayne Allen [ the bl"ide, was matron of honor,[ The meeting was opened with Ranson ann t-re ..... n T,*,. I ers Ferry, W. Va. Route 2, Febru-[ ~~ - _~ _: -:- [ . .... . J eph Roby and [| ~~on~'o~ • ~ • ,, , " ................... " ar 1 1966 a irl sons ot winchester were ~inner Wh]tmore, son of Mrs. Margaret[wearmg a royal blue wool dress[ the singing of West Virginia tvn, ,n,,.~,,,. ~t ,h~ _T~f’ ..... ] Y ' , g " [ =ffi- ~=~-= [ ......... , [I ~t.~ ~o~a ~[[ Rushworth of Baltimore, Md., and[with navy accessories and carry-] Boys and Girls" Devotionals were i~t~l~lish'i~V~ Ine ~.~-~;~:~:l Mr. and Mrs. Alden Painter,] RAH~|H~ [guest ot mr. ana. mrs, l~ee t~rown [ [| ~$~n'~ff6i~.~ Mr. Leonard Whitmore of Charles ling and old fashioned nosegay of] led by Kathy. Blackford and Jac- erson.Advocate-wasVcon~fi~ned~'t'o[ Charles Town, February 1, 1966/ I IkJ~'l l~ltVl• l ann tamity bunaay. I it ~~..~.e: ~-~ '~ o whi rn io i h blue ti s • . ' a boy • Mr and Mrs Murriel Goode T wn. I te ca at ns w t P [ quehn Bush. hts home for several davs this l .." ......... / Mrs. Floyd Slmons ] • . • . ] I II ~:~%~,'~,ql • - - mr aria Mrs uarom ~ray, ~nar and family callea on Mr and The double rmg ceremony was land blue streamers. | L~sa Shuman made a report on week ’,r’,,-in~ r ........... I .= • . [ ........ -.~,~ffiw ~. - ..... I / II H performed at 2:30p m. by thei Kenneth toTe, cousm" of the[ the clubs Christmas' " basket pro ....... ' ’, ....... ...... ....... ........ les T0wn, Route 1, Fet)raury 1,/ ~~~" ":"- :- :- I Charles Costello and family" , Sun [ II 229"911t~ • ,, 1966, a boy e o da Rev. Roy Coulter, pastor in the lbridegroom, served as best man.[ ject and Marcy Reid gave a talk ~nn w,~a,.,,~n ...... in, ~ai • [ [ y. [I | presence of relatives and beforeI For her daughters weddmgl on her trap to the Natmnal 4-It somo fo~o~. [ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wrltt,[ C respondent ]~.~ .......... '! an alter, which held. arrangements ] Mrs. . Swartz wore a .blue knit suit[. Congress held in Chicago, II1,, .......... __ ] Rafison, February 3, 1966.. a girl. l Well, we thought the. snow was' ~ .... "'~'~'~'~'~"v~I of white carnations and fern.[with black accessories. The bride] some weeks ago. =- -- 1 - --~ --: - "-:-l[ ..... lover, but here on th~s Sunday l ~ ..... 1 There were also white poinsettias I groom's mother wore a two-piece[ The program consisted of a I ~vztGICAL [ afternoon it has started up again. [ ~ D A N 'C E I and palms in the chancel. I suit of royal blue and white, with[ short skit entitled "How not To I ~ l DI I:'rflwM I Mrg Parr]eli A 'rwi.. T4~rn,.’/ Sorry there wasn't any news i~ ...... ~ I Prior to the ceremony, Mrs.]black accessorms. [ Act ~n a Hospital, with Ruth I~I4LWLL i VIIi1 I Ferrv i last week, if I had any news, I]~ ---AT THE--- ;~ Robert WhRmore, aunt of the [ The bride is a graduate of Cha-I Mary Pester, Lisa Shuman, Jacqu ~r,.= ~vr~,~ .... ~,,,,,n,,,,,,A I M~ r)m.,thv w .T,nk~ w~,~,,,~ ] wouldn t been able to get it m. ~ ................ ] ' bride, presented a program of] rles Town High School and attend] ella Bush and Debbie Doff, part ...................... ~ I Mr's" Ros'i-e'G Ki'dwiie'~.'~'~,"~] to the office, our street was clos-[][ LnAI~b~ lX)WI~ music, including the traditional[ ed Shepherd College. Her hus-] icipating in the production Patty ~~~[ Ferry" ~ ............ ] ed till Wednesday night, when]~ T ~g~Z~ l/l'£~t%~ll~ x_lrt%~t~l'll7 ] marches. She also accompanied] band, also a graduate of CharlesI Moler gave a demonstration on Mrs Edna Hill has been visit-[ ~I'rs" Mary E A,,~tln R..h~t~t all the folks on Cooke St. got to ~ L~ 1 2~kJ~ ~lgl~JE~'l~ '~lc ~[~Lf~l~ l-lUJ.Yll~ 4 Mr. Robert Whitmore, who sang, [ Town High School, isnowa sopho!how to make stuffed peaches and ing l~er daughter, Mrs Hilda[W ~ .......... ' ........... [gether and opened the road to'~ r~ ......................... ~] "The Lord's Prayer, while the| more at Shepherd College, major-I Ann Gracey gave a demonstration Terry of near Baltimore. Her[ iVlrs~" Mary A Mau~v Kn-x.l their homes and my husband and ~ SUNDAY, FEB UA RY 13th, 1966 i] couple knelt at the alter.. . I ing in physical, education. - I on the ingredients of a cake. Dell planned two weeks visit was end[ ville, ~id., Route" 1. ~ .... ] two sons shoveled on the end of S ,-, ,,,-. -.-, ..,, ............." ....- 1 Given in marriage ~y her ta-I r'ouowmg a honeymoon in l~ew~ cious refreshments were served ed due to the blizzard I Mr~ ~r ...... • ~ ~r~ai~,,, e,~,~ /the street from 7th. ave. up m ~i I". IY1. UNTIL l 1:00 P.M. i • " " " ............ ~""~ ~" ........... ' """" a "ke he .... * "'~* "" ...... """ "~* "~" ther, the bride wore a two pmce / Jersey, the couple will make thezr I following the meeting i Charles W Redmond, Jr (Bun I rlo~ "P,wn [ our home. It sure w s ll t ][ .......................... blue wool mohair suit and white~ home in Charles Town. ' " ny) U S Marine Corps stationed[ ........ / old time winters I remembered ~ MUSIC BY: ~ D--.. e---..#, m. ...... &~._ fat Paris "Island writes "to friends[ MEDICAL / when I was a child. ~ ~--- --_-_'_ ........ ~ IMp, f%~l ~A..k~.& hogarth curve in a bottle featur- ,.M UUI [X UIIYe here that he suffered a broken] ~r.~ T~nao T. ~ .... ;~h ~ho.,oo~ I think Calvin Bennett and ]~ JOHN HAFER S "BLUE NOTES" MI~. IbOII IV'~l~,flOIII mg onebloom, with the wlnmng, ,z, ,~ a ,~. . ~, . I shoulder while tramn~. He Is in~ Town Rout~ 2 " I Frank S sons show d he recom- ~ ,7;~ _ exhibitors: Mrs. Norman Corbin, ] l0 leg Kiwanis ADOUl I the hospital awaiting results of] Mrs Jose:hine V Brown o~,~ [ mended on the hours they worked a ............. T=k~f~ T~ ~t~ll/~J~[$1t blue; Mrs. Vivan Bush, red; Mrs. I [ X-rays. His many friends hope/les Town v • ' ..... "l in near zero weather all day, ~'~] , munww my .u$~n,n, Leo Widmyer, yellow. [ @ .... & l_~.t, tA~. [for him a complete recovery. His[ Mr~ ner*h~ ~ ~o,*~,- t~h~.. [ Sunday till past midnight when ~i ~ "-)] r-..J--- ~l.J. k~l.._.L.._.. Delicious refreshments were] ,)~OU| ACII₯1II [address, is- ....... / Town" " I the chaz.ns broke on. the .tru II - . =. ,. , .. MaruM1 ~lUO I~ll[ll~l~ served b-- the hostess at the close t rv~. ~naries w. xteomono, Jr.~ .. • ............ ~ ano an oay monday nlgn~ uu me i II t mA~hll t~A,~-~ll ...... ~-. 1 • ,.. v 3 mr Wllllam rteeQ, arpers • m ~, ,h~ m~eqn. [ Members of the Charles Town Platoon 217 Company L 2nd Re-[ .- " " [truck broke down. They surely I I] ,)i~ldl: JUC~IdI: ~ ] The Wayside Garden Club held ......... ~" Kiwanis Club will hear a report cruit Training Battalion Marine[ e rrYs"' • .... x.- q,~. ...... tried with the wind blowing the I] --r ....... r""'~~ ~] their monthly meeting at the n .....*.M_ I~__,J_ ~_ [on the Boy Scout Activities in Corps Recruit Depot, Pair Island/Shenandoal~"~unct"mn ...... v ..... [snow it was a loosing battle, but[l[ F~ ~~.~t~. ;1 home of Mrs Roscoe Payne at Derr][Vllle i eSl0elil I the Shenandoah Valley this even S. C., 29905. [ Mr~ M- -q^ w ~tri,, ~ ...... [ they still worked as long as they ]in 8:00 P. M., Jan{tory 26, with Mrs. ling at 6:15 as the program for His brother Wayne Redmond of/,eo,,~,~"~,,~,~ ........... P~'~[could. "I say thank you men." t[[ ]P]P~l~l~LJ/qkl~~~~l~ Carl Merchant Club President thexr weekly droner meetmg m Rans ~ ~ ....~'" ........ Bertha S~mons" , H=~ D.eu ~uunml~,v I ........... on s vm~tmg friends m ths[ Mr John J Hill Shenandoah] " PI:RIdAMI:MTg rd muuu OU= ~ ~mNU The KID rmom ot me 'l"urt Dmer ' a n r r es]dent f callingthe meetingtoo erwith J] ~ • [ ~. " ~l~ ~t~~ . • "1" neighborhood this week prior tO[Juncl~ion" " I F. P i te aforme r " o Illri:l lAMl:Ml a poem on conservauon The sin • vern t~aJ~arre, executive mr hi • " ~, ^ . ~, n ,- • [ ......... " "s entry into the U. S. Army| Mrs Elizabeth L too ~ .... I Ranson now living in Baltimore, I utes of the December meeting lrVlnfl UUl IMI i ector ot me nenanaoan Area on Monday, Feb. 14th in which he[ ville Xra ........ Md retired December 30, 196 11[ were read by the secretary, Mrs. "~ ~ [Boy ~cout Council, will be the enlisted ] --' - " ....... [after 36Ό years of service with I I] ~~ :~ aker I is tal " c " ~ mr ~eon it upwrlgnt, l£earne "" - IO UV " flham Anders spe n h k he ]s ex e t y ~l~5.OtJ W" " . Telephone customers of the] • P "t Geor,^ ....... * ..-" - "^ the U S Public Health Service II :!] Be file Va ar h ed to enhghten the Ktwamans on , , 1 duca ara Mrs. Paul Cain, D~strlct Direct- . rryv" (.). ea ad a busy __ .. 2*" ......... ter Burdick, Elkins, W Va" and ~'-- T-T~zol V .~*~,,h~ ~x~,~,~ i Hea th E tion Welfare, Qu I li 1 o~n:a~r~ihr~~hers~l~i ~~2~fa.~ ih~d~r~o~gi;C~:li:i*~;:i~ ~i~ t~h[;~S°h~' ~iM~~yn~:!! :~!~rY'~oRR~!~e2t W. Wa:k,ns:ChaI ~a.~!~/Bi! i110.5 -- 8:5 00 ! " Chesaneake and Potomac Tele [day s meeting the some 35 mere-]P" _' Morgantown Room 106. Sev[ Mrs. Nellie L. Gageby, Shenan-I ioo Pea-] ,’ He]][ ' i ........ ~" " • eral monms ago ne sutterea in-oa unction ............... ~ ......... ' • Members voted to contribute to phone Co. handled approximately[ bers present en~oyedo a color iuries when he was divin~ in the d ahJ .... . ........ [ is a brother of Mrs Fred Landers ] Mal,, Yottr Anrmlntment Tod v • 11 ' movie entitiea The WhO " o oane v. taurus, ~nenanooan • x-z- -- -- Care for a World Gardenmg pack 18,000 ca s Sunday, accordmg to [ ............. [ Y M C A nool in Elkins His I T ....... I of Ranson and Mrs. Charles Mas- II wears me ~ Tne movie is Charle o age and to the John F. Kenrtedy local C & P Manager George L. [ -- - = ..... [ frien~ls 'are" wishing for him a [ ~,- ~,,.^.~ ~,...A ........ [ on of s T wn. [[ llll I II~ • I I= II%lP • I I~qlJ ~ • I ~kl :!~ R1 S sponsorea Dy l~lwanlans Internat ~,.~ ~,.~ ~ ,.,~,uuu, ~.ar~c~ Memorial for [he planting of pine "gg • l. . "] complete and a sneedv recovery [ ,-^- " , ] Mrs. Nora Steward of Martins- |J n|ll t |[At r ~=~ll I | ~A|I|N trees ........ m lonal i ..... ~" _-. .. "' i .vwu. i bur- and Mrs Avis Grim of Char II • mnBmm m~amm wmr~v • • ~r~mvm • • , Tne normal unoay maa xs a " 'rmnas nave neard trom mrs. Mrs Nannie L Smith, Kearneys s . .. . . - :" Plans were also made to hold bout 11,000 t ttqw~ m~ n. ^... I Laura A Ponkins who is a nat-I..=,,_ " " [ les Town visited their brother-m- I] HILL - DALE SHOPPING CENTER • * " a"== Jr" Vlll~. • affummage sale February 11 and The new central office on S.] me rarame lne [ lent in State of West Virginia [ Little Ro er L Ford Ranson [ law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Floyd II-. . -..._ zz in the J. Russell Fritts build- Buckmarsh St., also went into [ - [ Rehabilitation Division State [ Mr Charl'es W" Faub'le Rano~n [ Simons ann son t~ooert Sunaay IIUlal - 'wnanes rown, w. va, ~g .on.Washington Street. Mrs. operation at 2 a. m:... S0ils" Will Be erm0n ]Board of Vocational Education, [ Mr" Floyd T "Specht,' Char~es] afternoon.. ....... |[ A,~rAy~ .. ~Al"IIT2"1"l~?~'I • "nlllp motor to serve as chair- Mr Kiggs saia mat ouring a l ; ~ I Charmston W Va 25305 She is i m~;~." " / Ll£~le ~lss ~amy LongerDeam li L,~V ~ v,.v~ • L vie £-~-v~-jc, r2~Jt~.'~t~r • . P *• * IUWL1 .... L mum .. . . normal busmess day from Mon-[, , p • .. ]undergoing theraphy treatments/ "Mr Charles F .~nvdor Sh~nan [vmlted her cousms Mr. and Mrs. LL _. -__ ;~ mrs. t:arl Mercnam gave an day through Friday the exchange MinflAV tar l_llmtWan I and in the near future will begin [ • .... [ .... ' ........ : / ~ ........... 1 • , • i~inww~JlnP iivi lm~Ww~vm WHaU~ ,,.~c~x~ u~.~a~aa mformahve horticultu, re.talk on should handle 03,000 to 35,000[ t training to learn to use her artifi Mr. Jesse L.'Walker, Ranson . I IIOW to k'lant Koses lvtrs met calls " " la ..... • . • " • I The Parable of the Soils, I c'l limbs. ' J Mr Ellis R Williams RanCh I ] cnant usea cnarts to illustrate [ I [ .... ] ,, will be the sermon subject for Ro tan • M ss Conme Sue w d Mr Charles D Reynolds, Ran- proper plantmg procedure * th ........ ' - eIMSinn I)nw Fnr e .8:30 and 11 a. m. Worship/was the guest of honor last Satur son. . ~umfS. or~rOJ~,,h~a~ swerve~ as ~,n ....... ~ ........ [services at St. Thomas Lutheran[day night February 1st. when her[ Mr. Joseph M. Pierce, Charles 1 I . -'" n - t., . , | I nurcn in xtanson, was ann-[parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Row-|Town. • ,,_-_ / Vie| Mm re0m IS Jounced this week by the Rev. lland entertained to "a party on[ Miss Louisa T Hall, Charles • #~o,a~n ] ano ~taczs was exnmitea Dy r I Richard E Neal nastor t ~.^. *.....,t*~. ....*.., ...~.." ......... / m^. " i . ~.~ ~*L.~.m~ .m. v •, a. • %= ~jpmml~t~vI , Mrs. Richard Adams, Mrs. James ,.. ,~ n [ NUrsery" held' during worshin ,..,, ~h~.~o.~o , ] Moler and Mrs, William Anders tm0erway LOCallY ]for pre-school children. Sunda Caro7 J an°H"ewe l .'t'eg'gy /hite I ............. " ............ " -- ] recewea a rea r]won - - • • - • " ...... • .......... ]Church School at 9.45 a. m. for Carolyh Fr tts, Tony Hill, Carl Mrs Alene D. McCarthy, Char- ..,,, The generat arrangement, .a . AstneresulLof a reques~trom]adults,.young men. aria women, Kohout, Riley Thompson, Franklles Town. -.----A ~ ~[~ ~ ~. ~. 1 ~ o uorporal t~a~; ~. ~maweaver,.son I and children; Donald W. Snyder, ie Howell, Terry Rowland, her I Miss Mary W. Bowman, Charles ~ - - ~r'~~W~L ~~ ~ 1 e vrr al oa r eoAr resatr tL n ;Isupermten ent. Semor Luther grandmother, Mrs. Ernest Row-!Town. o.n.n m ' • J 1. . ., . . . , ._ League me parsonage at land, Miss Laura White, Mr. and I Mrs Lena N. Ambrose, Harpers • ,lllll i rJes zown, tor cremes tor me m Intermedmte Luther Lea • . • . . i P. .; " - Mrs. Paul Rowland. Ferry~ Route 1. VVig • WATER tmpover.lshed_.VletNampeoples, gue at chUrch at 6:30 p. m. Thursi TheW. S.C.S. scheduled for Mrs. CharlotteA. Lane Charles /i~lr~HJ~lA~l~v ! oa t t a speclal ciotnmg ar ve has open da Chmr rehearsal at 8 00 m " in" ia i : .Y, . , . : P. • February has been postponed un- Town. ~ P~ mm Ikll P . ~ It ted .n Charles Town to .se-]Friday, Chfldrens chozr at 4:00 til March when it will be held I Mr. James M. Smoot, Ranson. lam E/ rim=," n m cure cmmmg to sent to wet m Saturda Catechism classes .~kUIP/ll" N . [P. • Y, " at the home of Miss Margaretl Mrs Matilda B. Merch~int, Ran- ........ .--. la*t eoar onageat :OO, lO:OO, Ware Town ,, ,, ,,, ,. ,, , , /tll. l llli IP The Episcopal Parlsla rmuse in and 11 00 a m Mr Carletta Chde Conner RrYNOLD$ Fully-Aut0=,'i0 Charles PTio wn has been Csi"n2t : • " On Tuesday night February 22 • " , "" Water Conditioners (Patented) ed as head-uarters for the c oth" DA AJ,,IA 'tl=Alll members of the loca!.W.S..C.S.. Bru~lswickh Md. .............. ~~~ ~ ~ ! • -~on ~* w-**, a-a ,om~o m~.. : ...."~ .... " I IIC=@~,IIz;UUI~ IUIII~ I Will join mose ot me UaKlan{1 mr ~u at. x-Zullaro, ~naries T " ~ "R~J~ " W"~. ...... .": ..... .'~.y ......... :y',ing arive, with persons being ask I I Churc~ fo," tho ~’,,d,, -f *he Bo-t- Town ~ ""- ~r[~ysf~Peerr:,~e:Om%dtenan any omer .ed.to brmg thmr do.natlon.s tothe ]tli~ 'l£" leA** Tl~|,, ~IIA,L of The Acts which will be taught • • nan any hay except ~unaay aur- / ~1 UU ! UI I!11~ W~lt I by Mrs C S Reckley. This will I Mrs. Dorothy Shade and chil- M, engs Reo ,l - ~ a~ r,,,.a,,,.,v e~ ~o Your present softener can probably be ing the hours of 10 a. m. until 11 I bo = ~i~ ~,~;'~ ........... *~.,- dren were visitors Sunday after- e,,~ ~ w-~o~,,, ~...~,~,,.,,v~ ,. u.,,,~ ............ ~u,,.,,~ convert l into a Reynolds Automtie. p m There will be someone at ......................... s noon of her mother Mrs Cora Men's 2.59 Hooded hi I . • . /At Sher nd0ah C011 i consecutively every Tuesday , . $ S eat S rts ................ $1.99 the null durmg those hours [o re Investipte-Hoobligption _ . "[ night beginning at 7"30 at the StevenS. oo ..... + Ok.N4-, A.f I ceive the gifts. It has been re- I -. ,, .... ,, - -,-, ,, .... I Z-O,~,...~ ~-- x~r,,..;,. ~xr~i,,. X~ffa~. i.~j o ~ .~o lXWU~'%Z k.~W I:~l,t O|i|X I,~ ................. ~l.Z~7 LET US TEST quested that the Washington son Te race ....... ' ' ' [musical show sponsored by the] r . ,, o .., Boy s Regular $3.99 Corduroy Pants ............ $2.99 .......................... U'l-l" ~ WMI*I'J~ 9 • Wf f z.. nwr v I Amon- the articles re-uested[ Auxflmvy of Wmchester Memor-I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F ddler, . ] on Qq l ] nn l 9 ---~-- • • -~---- ,-,--x~x~-,~ ~ ~ ~ i~, Hos..P~l ........ • .... a *.~ J C~arl~- ~,^~- ~..~ i. ........ • ~, .__, ~-- .... ~ • , -,~'~-- ~- "~. ~"~-~'*"-- w~.~ ~ -,~*,--~-- ,-'--*- ~- .... -- -'-~, ~-~ ~ ,~ and needed are: ladzes and girls .... 9 , FREE CHARGE [ ........................ I cause of the bhzzardy weather[ vmstors at the home of aunt, .. Men s Reg. $1.99 Wool Kmt Gloves 99c gUttUI1 LiI't~3~;t~S~ SIZ, S OI1DUIIU ' rHONE 725 2182 • " ' .... . " " " " ..... " • and was re-scheduled for this] Mrs James Johnston and family " PA |.. ]under; flat bee! shppers, soap, [week Th "~"* ....... ,, ~zo.., ,,,.z,, " ffi Ladle s to $2.99 Flannel Gowns or Pajamas ...... $1.99 i.,UIIInnnmnn.lnw nnn ...,. IIr ~waslzclothes [owels,cnildrenl • ~ - o~ v~.-,,.,,,,-,,-~ ".1 • ...~,.........~A, ~e~L,e,o .v..,., "" "1" '" 9 m,..,, ,.,,~ ~ .. ~ • 1,-. • ,~,, .-,~. v ,.,-,, ,$ v,, w,,; ,,,, , the show was resented Wednes [ clothes all sizes for both boys and [da- ni ht P ere will b er [ Mrs La nc -- - No. 000 yr. mny Ivten s t ovmn 'mnne rajamas ............ : ~rl y g e p o , y ~nut ..PHONE 725-7021 I ,,ss' :°~t°nr~s.d:=~larr fsi~eb°~hnf formances tonight (Tl~ursday and ts, Jean Eaton and Bertha Simons When your prescription Reg. $1.99 ,Cotton Sheet Blankets .......... 2 for $3.00 tmarles Town, w. va. .... Friday) at Shenandoah College l returned to work Monday in Hag bears thls label know Phone 876-2901 [~a~nts: sl~i~ts~a~ld coa'ts ........ I auditorium in Winchester, Va. I erstown Md., (Victor Products) "ou will benefit "from the .... ......... I v , ' I Tlckets may be obtained in the I they had been layed off since the that the sclen of ................................. nep terustown, w, va. ce [ •, m ~ . ~" . [lobby of George Washington Ho-I 17th of December. Mrs. Louise[ . .. ~'~ E V ERY FRIDAY AND ~ATURDAY TIIA~ ~'~ .... e p~armaey Pan provlae t ....... [ AI1'en0 uiurcn ungav I tel or by calling 662-8126, Win-i B ntz returned to work last Wed-[ " ' "" .................. I [chester. [ nesday. [