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I NEWS HAPPENINGS iN .... By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Rev. S. F. Butcher af the Jeff- near Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Gamber erson Clrcuit made several pastor and Mrs. Pauline Ridgley are dan- al calls Saturday afternoon at the home of shut-ins. Mrs. William Kline, Charles Town st~bstituted several days this past week for Mr. Oral B. Hughes, ,nprincipal of the local school. Mrs. Charles l~lsea of near Berry stile, Va. spent Sunday with her niece Mrs. Henry Clipp and fam- ily. Recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mercer and his mother Mrs. Thomas Mer- cer were the la~ers niece Mr .and Mrs. William C~mbler, son Frank and his taro children Johnny and Brenda, Irvln Gamber and Bobby ghters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Victor Crunkleton former resi- dents of this community. Word was received Wednesday by Robert Sowers of ,the death of his sister Mrs. Oliver .Howell who died on Tuesday night about 11:30 She is survived by her husband Mr. Oliver Howell and several sons and daughters; her mother Mrs. Clara Sowers of Charles Town and several brothers and sis ters. Those attendlng the funeral services which were held m the Enders Funeral Home Berryville on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sowers, Mr. Robert Sowers, Mr. Ridgley, son of Mrs. Pauline Rid- and Mrs. Garvin Sowers and fam- gley and friend Billy I_~,tVle, all of fly. Intermen~ was made in ,the FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BE SURE TO VISIT OUR STORE FOR SOME REAL VALUES. Values Up To $5.95 For (YOU MUST COME IN EARLY IN ORDER TO GET YOUR CHOICE. THEY'LL GO VERY FAST. BE HERE EARLY FRIDAY.) ALSO, YOU WILL FIND MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING VALUES HERE AT FEAGAN'$ JEWELRY PHONE 716-k CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. Pets of this community have young ,people active in poll,tics met violent and sudden de~ths while Mrs. Everhart urged .those whic~h is believed to have been present 'to aid the Registration caused by poisoning. The Mercer committee in its plan to have all family lost one dig ,and several eligible voters registered before the importance of getting more it up to 42-22 by halftime. With their high-scoring Law- rence Bailey leading the way, ~21e Spartans had little trouble chalk- ing up their eighth victory as a- gainst six defeats. cats while later Elmer Dlllow lost the next election. two valuable hunting dogs and al- Joseph J. Thompson, chairman so several cats. Several weeks ago the county executive committee, i a car in which an extermination pledged his committee's suppor,t to product was being transported the Association. overturned near Dry Bridge Farm Association membership cards where Dillows live and it is for 1959 were distributed a~ the thought perhaps some of ,this pois meeting. on was left by ,the roadside where ,these animals ate some of it. Announce ] vo More unday visitors with Mrs. Char ies R Langdon and son Charles Army Enlistments were her sons-in-law and daugh- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Chaw- M/Sgt. George H. Schnurr of astyx and sons Charles and Leon the U. S. Army Recruiting Station of Silver Spring, Md., Mr. and located on the third floor of the Mrs. Rolfe Hayes and ehi,ldren, County Court House in Mar~ins- ,~llce, Rolfe and Martha of Vin- burg, W. Va. wishes to announce ton near Charles Town. the .following enlistments: Mrs. Oral B. Hughes of Avon Richard Arlen DeLauder, Un~ Hill and Mr. Melvin Rlssler are ion St., Box 149, Harpers Ferry, patients in ~he Winchester Mere re-enlisted in the United States orial Hospital ,and Mrs. C. D. Boy Army, Grade SP 4 (Cpl.) on Feb- er is a surgical p~tient in the ruary 3, 1959 in Baltimore, Md. for Charles Town General Hospital. a period of three years for special Their friends are hoping to corn- assignment .to the 3d Armored Cal plete recovery for each one. vary Regiment a~ Fort George G. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 'P,~wland Meade, Md. He was sent directly of Wood~byrne Farm and their to Fort Meade crom Baltimore neiv~e Peggy Whi~e have been on where ,he will receive further train the sick list. Mrs. Rowland and ing and schooling in this assign- Peggy had tonsillhis while Mr. Row ment. l~nd has been indisposed since Paul Jerome Myers, Route 2, Christmas. Hedgesville, W. Va. enlisted in the Danny and David Clipp and United States Army for a period Miss Pa~ Wll,t o Charles Town of :three years in Baltimore, Md. were dinner guests Sunday at She~ on ~ebruary 10, 1959. He enlisted home of Mr. and Mrs. tester Wilt for a Cyroscope Unit, 2nd BaVtle of Chestnttt Hill. Committees Named By Democratic Assn. For Year's Program Group, 4th Inf,antry Regiment. Ev entuaily he will be sent with this unit to Europe. After enlistment at Baltimore he will be ~orwarded to Fort Jackson, S. C. for his basic training after which he will be giv en a short leave ~o come ,home if he so desires and then will be ship peal to lw~. Bennings, Georgia to receive ,further training and school ing with the aforementioned Cy- An organizational meeting' of roscope Unit. Myers ~ormerly at- the Jefferson County Democratic tended high school in Hedgsvtlle, Associ~tlon was held a ,the court W. Va. house last Thursday night wl~ki President C. A. Hehle announcing ,his commi,ttee appointmen~ ~or this year. Commi{tees named were: Membership- Henry .Morrow, ehairm~n; J. N. Smith, Herbert Everhart, F. B. Wysong. The Page Jackson High School Youth-Roger Perry, chairman; S~artans of Charles Town sCrap- William Kline. peal 'up their regular season play Social-Mrs. Norman Corbln, Tuesday evening on ~heir home chairman; MYs. Ollle Pierce, For- court with a decisive 78-57 victory rest Chamblin, Mr. Earl, Allara, over Douglass High of Leesburg, Mrs. Leeds Rlely, Garland Helle-Va. bower, Hugh Capertori. Hitting on 50 percent of ,their Program-A. D. Peters, chair- shots ~rom the .floor ~n the first man; J. Strider Moler, William hal~ ,the Spartans pulled into a 22- Kline, Merle E. Alger. 15 first period lead and had rolled Registration-Mrs. Herbert Ever- hart, chairman; Allen Russell, Charles Whittington, Mrs. C. W. Moore, Benton Blackford, C. W. Moore, Frank Beckwith. Publicity-Joe Christian .and Francis Blackford. Mr. Perry, in a brief outline of his committee's projects, stressed BIRTHDAY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE North Charles Street Charles Town, W. Va. t 1 TAPPAN GAS RANGE 1 TAPPAN GAS RANGE .... 30" Model with Giant Oven 1 TAPPAN GAS RANGE .... With Auto Burner and Griddle 1 TAPPAN GAS RANGE WAS SALE PRICE $549.95 -- $449.95 $269.95-- $219.95 $329.95 -- $299.95 $259.95 -- $229.95 ---HERE ARE TWO VERY SPECIAL VALUES--- WAS SALE PRICE 1- TAPPAN GAS RANGE with Kitchen Heater $239.95 1 . MAYTAG AUTO. WASHER $379.95 -- $129.95 -- $279.95 WAS 1 - Handley Brown 30-Gal. Glass Lined WATER HEATER SALE PRICE $119.95 -- $ 99.95 1- Handley Brown 30-Gal. WATER HEATER with Room Heater $189.95 -- $169.95 Only in ,~he third ,period did :the Leesburg team keep pace with the If all of the~nen and wo~nen in now a distinguished psychiatrist scoring of ~he Page Jackson boys. the United States who were once and director of ~he University Coach Adam Craven's boys roll ed in a total of 33 field goals 4-H Club members stood shoulder Health Serwce a,~ Harvard Univer while Leosburg was getting 25. to shoulder, they would reach from sity, was awarded ,the same honor. Bailey's 25 points high for Washington, D. C. to Easter Is- Mrs. Polly Johnson Hanst, a for- land in the South Paciic-nearly mer Braxton county 4-H'er ,and Page Jackson, ~rhile Charles Bran 6,000 miles as the jet flies, C. P. now of Oakland, Md. was award- son had 17 and J. Newman 16. C. Dorsey, State 4-H Club Leader at ed this honor in 1953. Roberts and R. Berry divided scot West Virginia University said last The 4-H Alumni Recognition ing honors for the Leesburg team week. program was launched seven years with 17 points each. These 4-H alumni now number ago through the com~bined efforts In the ,first game of the even- ing the Page Jackson Jayvees scor ed a 36-29 victory over the Lees- 'burg Jayvees. Don Jackson led the P-J boys with 12 points. The boxscore: that will be echoed through ~--B Page Jackson FG F Pts. out the 49 States, Hawaii and L. Bailey, f .......... 89-12 25 Puerto Rico, during this week. Em J. Newman, f ........8 0-0 16 phasls will ,be on ~he national 4-H N. Willis, c .......... 1 0-0 2 Alumni Recognition ~)rogram V. Johnson, c ........ 2 2-2 167 which is designed to honor out- s standing men and women who C. Brans.n, g 1-1 Clarence Brans.n, g..S 0-0 10 have continued to live by ~helr P. ~ims, g ........... 1 O-0 2 4-H ideals. B. Bailey, g .......... 0 0-0 O During December, Miss Adele Blgelow, Wood county attended R. Berry, g .......... 6 5-9 J. Bal, timore, g ...... 3 I-I some 20 million, according to Dor- of the Agricultural Extension Ser sey and special tribute will be paid vice and ~he National Committee to them during Naf~ional 4-H Club on Boys and Girls Club Work. It is Week, Februury 28-March 7, in supported nationally by awards our Nation's Capitol. "Salute to 4-H Alumni" is the SPIRIT OF 1- Hotstream 40-Gal., Glass Lined 10-Yr. Guarantee WATER HEATER $139.95 -- $119.95 1- Hotstream 30-Gal. Glass Lined 10-Yr. Guarantee, WATER HEATER Several Guaranteed Used Gas Ranges at Bargain Prices. Totals .......... 33 12-15 78 National 4-H Club Congress in Douglass FG F Pts. Chicago, as one of eight national winners in this program. In 1956, RH. Randolph, f ...... 440-20"0 8 Dr. Lana Lyd,a Farnsworth, a for- Evans, f .......... met Gilmer county 4-H'er and CI" Roberts, c ........ 8 1-4 17 7 114 North ,Charles Street ---Telephone 226 .... Charles Town, W. Va. Totals ............ 25 7-11 57 Shepherdstown Rector To Preach For Noon Lenten Service Feb. 25 Wednesday, February 25 at 12:- 05 (noon) the Rev. Theodore Evans, rector of Trinity Church Shepherdstown will be the preach er .at the noon day Lenten Service in Zion Episcopal Church. Mr. Evans was for a number of years National Secretary o~f the Brotherhood of St. Andrew and for the past three years ,has been Dean of the Eastern Convocation of ~he Episcopal Church. Mr. Evans has accepted .a call to St. Peter's Church, Huntington, W. Va. and will assume 'his duties there on May 1st. " Following custom of ~ormer years, a noon day luncheon will be served in the Parish Building Im- mediately following this service- a'bout 12:40 noon. JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY GEORGE WASHINGTON Birthday Sales VALUES FOR Friday and Saturday BARGA NS 1 Nelson Concordance---Revised Standard Verson $16.00" . - $6.95 6 Nelson Revised Standard Version Bibles $6.50 ....... $2.95 1 Rand MeNally World Atlas $13.95 - $4,95 1 Rand McNally World Atlas $9.95 $3.95 Memoirs Field. Marshal Montgomery $6.00 $1.49 Wedemeyer Reports $6.00 - - $1.49 Memoirs Harry Truman (2 Vols. $10) - $4.95 Land God Gave to Cain - - 95c And Many Other Bargain Books. and ~ided by the olin ical ion, of Little Rol~,! The purpose of Dorsey explained, day's youth to merits by giving cognition to ed heavily on lng .and ful, purposeful NO HUNTING, ING SIGNS For of the Spirit on North Georl~ Town. your Oct. 2 Drive YOU Save Ma~ JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY TOWNE HOUSE The Restaurant in Harpers INVITES YOU TO DINE BY THE OPEN DAILY for Breakfast, Lunch and | Sunday Night Buffet Telephone @ WHITE WERE $4.00 $5.00 COLORED NOW .89 WERE NOW $4.50 .98 $5.00 l WERE $10.95 SPECIAL LOT WERE NOW $10.95 $ .95 Buy OneI Or Buy A SUIT At Regular Price and GET Harris Tweed Get $5.00 TOP COAT SHIRT 2 - $3.95 Globes $1.25 2 - $9.95 Globes $2.95 I 1 - $8.95 Globe $2.75[I . $6.95 Globe $2.45 With Each Pair Get 1-Pair White Brushed Pigskin or 1-Pr. Pigskin T[ Desert Boots FREE! OF $29.00 ROCKING HORSE - - - $25.00 ROCKING HORSE - . SOLAR RADIO $11.95 - - TOOL CHEST ..... TRU ACTION FOOTBALL GAME $7.00 w $12.95 $9.95 $4. 5 $3.95 $3.95 IVY LEAGUE e Each $146.00 REMINGTON PORTABLE (New) $126.00 SMITH CORONA, (Slightly Used) $250.00 NATIONAL ELECTRIC ADDER-- (Slightly Used) . - (All of Above Gugrsnteed) $16.00 HERCULES TYPEWRITER STAND $31.75 TIFFANY BUSINESS STAND - $29.95 STENOGRAPHER CHAIR - - - $63.50 EXECUTIVE CHAIR .... $74.50 $49.95 $139.95 $6.95 $15.95 $19.95 $4L95 CAPER ON OFFICE SUPPLIES PHONE 306-W CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SIZES 27 TO 38 COLORS :---Black, Grey. Tan, Green, WERE NOW $5.75 ..98 CHARLES All Sales Final TOWN, W. VA. CRESCO Just