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, Girls, Boys In Martinsburg Mr. and Mrs. Gent Diamond incorporate several new features owners and operators of Dia- for more personalized service. |end's Smart Fashions at 155 N. The ready to wear shop will be Queen Street in Martinsburg and expanded into the axijoining room 230 West Washington St. in Char- and in addition a complete line of lcs' T~:,wn announced today that i girls and childrens clothing will or~ o., about February 19th they'be featured including a modern v.i~l ():~'n a childrens and girls Layette section The boys shop :,b,)p ~*, 153 N. Queen Street ad- with its separate entrance on Mar fe~.~or at Michigan State Univer- sity who will speak on "The Role of the Rumen in Dairy Cattle Nu- trition" and "Roughages and How to Feed Them to Dairy Cattle." Dr. Huffman is considered one of the top men in the world on dairy cattle nutrition, Steele pointed out. Service Clubs Join To Hear Dr, Church At WVU Day Dinner The Charles Town Kiwanis and" lieves in putting first things first Lions Club held a joint meetingthat it is more important to have celebrating West Virginia Univer- a good State University, than fine sity Day in the Thomas Jefferson Parks and other recreational facil Hotel Thursday evening, Kiwanis!ties, important as t,hese things MANN NGS 1 President Hund mentioned the arc, he thinks that schools should By Mrs. Pauline 0tt | fact that Burns Huyett, while Govcome first. --- | ernor of the W.. Va. District in He said that he does not think Deferred From Last Week } 1950 was the originator of thethat the University should com- jacent and connecting to their ! tin Street, will cater to boys of all Mrs. T. D. Ott is spending sev- {idea to celebrate W. V. U's Birth- pete with the other schools of the present shop at 155 N. Queen St. i ages and sizes and will carry sub- eral days with her son and daugh I day by the Service Clubs. State; that an ideal situation in Martinsburg and that a separ- i stantial selections in price and ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. [ Past Governor James Meier in- would be for the Junior and Sen- ate boys shop will be opened at istyle of the country s leading Oft and sons Dermic, Van Neil]troduced Dr. E E. Church. Presi- !or classes of W. V. U. to be re- 100 E. Martin Street. All three of lmakes, and Oral on Jefferson Avenue. {dent of Potomac State College,,cruited largely from the Fresh- ?,he loc~tmns will be connected on " ' ~ Assisting in the boys shop willMr and Mrs Leon Longerbeam ~who spoke on West Virginia Uni- man and Sophomore classes of the The lnte~or and will have separ- i be Mr. Norris Orndorff and in the and daughter ~:ay and son Donnie [versity. Dr. Church has just re- smaller colleges of the State: In ate exterior entrances. I womens and girls shops Mrs. Clyde of Ranson were Sunday visitors of ~turned from Russia where he has this way the University could de- The shops are being remodeled Strite Jr., Mrs. George Fleming, the latters parents Mr and Mrs. [been inspecting that country's ed vote more time to higher educat- by W. Harley Miller as general Mrs. Robert Banks Jr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. |ucational system. He says that theion and research work. contractor, EvansElectrical .Ser- Edith Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Pulse and /.RussIans beg!n in the,k.!ndergar- Dr..Church said that coal is an vice wno are |starting a new light Diamonds have been in business dau-hters Linda ancl Cath,, ann /Len to |sun moo ~ne cmmren ~neimpor~an~ product of our state ing.system, W. Meade Ring paint-in Martinsburg since 1946 first a't son'l~artin of Middlewa,, were vis |advantages of higher education, and that more research work lag and decorating and Hagers- 153 N Oueen St" and then movinuitors af Mr ,~,~ Vrr ~.~,, ~n~ |this makes them very loyal to all: should be done by our College of -- - ' " ................................ of th ir ..... ' ~own ~'amt and Glass Co. exterior to their nresent location at 155 N and s'--s -'- ~+,,-n ....... '--~ / e msututmns. Mmes to find more and better remodeling. Fixtures are being de Oueen St" The Charles Town .~hnn ~r ~'n~'~r~'~l"v"a'~ ~::'h~s~,~a ] Dr. Church said that he be-' uses for coal cg;~t%o~nd bu~ltl.ibmy the Display was opened in 1948. ,son of Hyattsville Md. were Satur | p. a L ore, Me. Diamond's are affiliated with day visitors of the' formers parents |near Charles Town were Sunday I .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and dau With eye appealing decor inthe Certified Buying SexTice inRev. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm and |visitors of ML and Mrs. Carl Wi- ] ghters IAnda and Cathy and son ~Ne k ~ ~sons le and dau hter Nanc and so oastel colors, the three shops have w Yor C'ty, reputed to be the | Y g y n ]Martin of Middleway were Sat- been designed with costomer con I foremo~ apparel buying service in I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and |Woody. lurda evenln callers of the 1 .... " ' son r " Y g at- venience and comfort in mind and the country. Tery of Middleway werere- ] Miss Emma Lee Hostler spent |ters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. ] , cen~ wsl~ors oz Mr. ano Mrs. ~er- |last week with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I Mrs MaM, Oft Mrs Elsi^ ~'~i- lin Fitzwater and family Bi s f .. .a , .. = ~,~ -- ~i ' - "" --: , I ~|~ne ~#~|~b#t~ ~, l Mr and Mrs Norman Hostler | gg o Leesburg, Va. [ter and daughters Juamta and IAn 2~ /IGII3 I.VllliJl~lf~"U /UI - . .. . .. i Mrs Calvin Ott and son Calvin ida of Ranson were Saturday visi- e ~. ana son oz Amxanana va. were re ~Jr of'Kensin "o "'~ w r " ~ 't-r ............. ~ ~- " ~ cent callers -f th- f'r---r .... i gb n, ma e e ~a~- I o s ox aax .ana ~wrs r'orres~ ~ost v e u zz,e s par- U " ' " 5~ [ Wl/ll lt.l... 'L..& P ...... t ents Mr and Mrs Norman Ho't [ rday callers of Mrs. T. D. Ott and [ler and family. ~ ~] ~ T U MGIq ,}HUll LOUI~U ]ler.' " "" s-[son Mr. Harry E. Ott. ] Seaman Donald T. Oden, stat- c JW. $ I b Mill / ..............,^o ,-, ..... lgn e ay spent the wee eno with |ton in port at Norfolk Va spent ev .A.~g~ ~ ~ t I nounce the birth of a daughter at [M . nd Mrs. Buddy Dodson and |the weekend with his wife Mrs. Pl - . son Tent at Middleway ~Esther eden and sons Guy and k ~a~..~%~ ~ $/ ans h,ave been completed for I the Charles Town General Hosp,-/ ~ ~-flt,~. ~ ,k ~ [ the 18th West Virginia University / tel on February 7. This is their'[ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ~'~/:.~ ~(~7 ~ {Dairy Short Course, according to first child Mrs Gray was the for,| ] 17~ ~ [RxOtb:2i~ ~aBiOb)mSnteele,ss~)c~rarte l~:erM~s Mary/22e MSheppBeClnanUy I To the Creditors and Beneflc-[ To the Creditors and Benefic- ~ A ~ /ginia University Steele is'choir [~ ..... ~ L'o ~o ~.~ o.,~ ..f ~.. {!aries of t'he Estate of Reva Grant [!aries the Estate of Charles E. - ------ I -. ,, - .... ~,, ......................... R~Ssl r d - -~'- ~ i man for th~s year's annual event land Mrs Charles Gray [: _..e , ecease~i.. . . [Mays, deceased., -" "-[--hi-h will ~ h ........ ~ "- " ..... " m.., ..~ I ,~a persons navmg Clalms a- All persons naving claims a- AS I"DIVIOUAL AS ~! 4v-~'~IC Camp ~;ac~mn'as~ ~V~i~l ~a~e l da~aght~nap~tr; a~OtnsnnY Bu't'cl~'o~ ]galnst the estate of Reva Grant [gainst the estate of Charles E. ~-' ............... ~ ]23-26 ' ' I~ ....... :^ ~ ...............[Rissler, deceased, whether due [,Mays deceased whether due I'UUK li N " ~o..~uzs, wc~c ou.u~,y w~s~uz~ ~* ' ' A OWRlllN6 ~_ I "~'~ue~t.i,m,t ................ o/,~ ,o- . .o ,,.o ior not. are notified to exhlbzt the ior not. are notified to exhibst the Ha and Sila e .... [ ......... ~ w ~n vuucner~ ~nerem le- i~ame wl~n voucners ~flereoi le- Y g ~tlOW speciall~'orres~ flossier ann Iamny. 1 " " " When it come, to the ~ I meetln~s of dairybr--a '.,.,h~ ^f/ ,~r.o ~,,~,,, ~, ~.,a,* .... ,...o Iga ly verified to the undersigned, ]gally verified to the undersigned t ~t y personal matter Of -~ |t;h~ State D~ir,, t.o**~ ~*.^..,, ~..~o o... Ta'o,---. ,~. ..... T..., ~... [at my office in the Citizens Office at my office in the Citizens Office your financial" ,ecur~ty," -*= ] dh'ectors~ of "the" West"'~'=Vir-i--i-~'vw ~""'.._,, ~...~""~'r._,^*~'~t"~'~r^...~v~a ........ .~u. ~.._'='" I Braiding,' Charles Town, West ] Building" Charles Town West yo insurance needa are ~-~Dair,,men's Associati .... ~ .... ,. t~...., ....... -.. ............... IVirg~ma, on or before the 5th[Virglma on or before ?`he 5th dual am your hand- -~ lets who are sneclolb.~" ~'- ~*-^'- I r',..a ..... .~ .^_ ,~ ...... ..:.,.._ |day of Aug, 1959, otherwise they |day of Aug., 1959- otherwise %hey g. C ~ual- ~ | field ur- - f .... f +h .......... ,.. | ... |may, by law be excluded fzom all may, by law be excluded from all ~_ y g , are always ~ [ever-~oi....... ~ ~...,~-..,,.- [ m,,...~, a, ........ +. ^ x~ [benefit of said estate. All bene-benefit of said estate. All bene- " - "- "~ .......... ",, ~'~,,~- -~,'..~ ~,-,,~.~s ~,,-,.~- ~,=~o v. ....o. lc a s f s i tat re ' fi ready to provtd you wtth ~ |i" rel-*~ "^'-'- ~- ..........[ .............. ~. If i rle o a d es e a notified ciarles of said estate are notified P.S., the Persona! Service ~I.'~+~..a~[.,~ '~:.~"-~,, ~..uu,u ..~z~z~,_~o I ~ez~le ~aenan~r~.~m~~ were~j [to be present on said date to pro-, to be present on said date to ro- ~m you need and deserve m~ I"v"~'" ,,z~ ,:v,~.~, o~,e~l~ ~-,u bins I man ano ~,~. ~,.,,~,~ z. ,..~c. ~.u !t:,or.f +hal....,fo..o~f~ * +o,.~- +hoJ.. t.-,*..,-,~.,+~. . P so Guy and Frankse of Bakerton Given " - under my hand this 3rd Given under my hand ?`his 3rd ~[r .^~ /~ .... ] Registration will begin at 1 p.m. and Linda Ott. /day of February 1959 Idav of F~h ...... i~.~ vv, [uv Ion Monday Feb 23 in the base- Mrs Leroy Dietrich is a surgical l " "'--'"K B : .......m .... ~_": ....... _ |ment of ti~e Mr. ~r'ernon Dining I patien't at the Loudoun County | Com~m?s~sioner o~:2e~O~l~ts I comMmAsRsKonBer WETZEL, agency |Hall. Dr. I. D. Porterfield, head of Hospital at Leesburg Va. We wish | County of Jefferson ' Count e~fO~e~CCO:n~s '~ Ithe dairy husbandry department Iher a speedy recovery iF .... I_ . Y ' eoruary ~-~ ~'eoruary 5-3t ;" PHONE 218 /at WVU, wlll be in charge of the ] Seaman and Mrs. Donald Oden m ............ l ............ i" Iopenlng session at 7:30 on Mon- land sons. Guy and Frankie of Bak | NOTICE TO CREDITORS I NOTICE TO CREDITORS CHARLES TOWN W. WA. day evening ..... erton were Saturday evening call , I There will be sessions in the ers of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott/ To the Cre~and Benefic i To the Cre~ - - ,:~ ~,, ,_ ]morning afternoon and evening and daughters Janle and Cathy |. " I s and ~enefic- ~.||{~, ~ Ion Tuesciay and W~nesday and Miss Mazie Shoemaker of Bol-Ilaries of the Es?,ate of John H laries the Estate of George E. '2~ l a morning session on Thursday, l ivar, Seaman and ,Mrs. Donald |C~.. e, Sr,, dece:asecl.. .. ,Diehl, deceased. 2~-11 persons navmg clalms a All persons having claims a w N~ l Feb, 26, with the Short Course lOden and sons Guy and Frankie | in " [ " ~' [ - j~ lending at noon l of Baker|on Mr and Mrs Theod |ga st the est~vte of John H. gainst the estate of George E. ' " ' " ." Goode Sr deceased ~hether due Dzehl deceased whether due I ,~ ~ I [ The program will mclude such ore Ott and daughters Linda and | ., ", ...., . , , ............................ )or no~ are no,inca ~o exniblt the or not are notified to exhibit the ~ ~_.[..[.[ ~.~.~ !IOplCS as "~'eemng ana Manage- ~mnne, ana sons, ~euuy, z"~,azzuy ~ ' . ...... , ....... ~ ~%N~N| ~1~ Iment .... Produein~ C~ualitv Milk " Joev and Rick-and Mrs Pauline Isame, wlcn vouchers rnereoI, le- same, wlcn voucners cnereof, le- ~-~,a**~ ~- ~' ["Conservation Planning" on 'a Oft'were Sunday visitors of Mrs |gaUy verified, to the undersigned, gally verified, to the undersigned, "~/'"| "'~ ~ IDairy Farm .... Reproduction-Dis- I Nellie eden and family " ]at my office in the Citizens Office at my office in the Citizens Office -~ ~r lease Factors", "More Profrts W]th I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Chaney and ]".... , _. : .......... , ' . ." " Building Charles Town West Building, Charles Town West [Mechanization", and "Research--|daughter Mary Ellen and son Ron-t~ty ma g.,[v-~rginla:un 1~9 ~t~r%In: tl~ety ~ayg~)~laAugn 1~9 De~hr:rwti~e 5th the Key--.~ Progress." nit of the Bloc|cry were Sund,v ; ' ., ; se .they _~?,_:'~ ammn t~m m~ [ Out-of-stal~ ~,~akers who will/visitors of the latters mother Mrs )may by law be excluded from all may by law be excluded from all '""*" ~ /a ar on thls e~z s re ram in Lettie~Ott and famil "[benefit of said estate *All bent- benefit of said estate All bent /dW~ /clPudPee C F Huf~ma'n r~s)e~rch pro l Mr and Mrs Geor;y' Costello of |ficiarles of said estate are notified ficlaries of said estate are notified ........ ' , ,, lie be present on said date to pro-' to be pre~ent on said date to pro, - ~ Itect their interests, tect their interests. | Given under my hand r~hiS 3rd' Given under mY .hand this ~3rd ...... , Iday of February,. 1959 ...... day of .February, 1959. ] MARK B, WETZEL " " MARK B. WETZEL l Cbmmlssloner of AcCounts, Commissl'0ner of Accounts [ Jefferson County !. - County of Jefferson THIS IS* A ]February 5-3t. February 5,-3.t , .... CLOTHESLINE INOTICE TO CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS, I| To the Cre~ and Benefic- To the Creditors and. Benefic- [iaries of ~he Esta, te of Prank L. iarles Of ~he: Estate" of Helen. M. INewlin, deceased. " ' Coster, deceased. ' | All persons haying cl~tms a .... All .persons. ha:ring Claims a, [ gairis?` ' the ' estate of ' Frank L. g~in:st 't~he est,utd of" Helen ' M. INewlin, deceased, wheffner due Coster, deceased,, whefiher due [or not, are notified to exhibit the or' iiot; are hot!fled to exhibit the [same, with vouchers thereof, le- same with vOUchers thereof, le: TWI I DAII~I Igally verified, to the undersigned, gaily verified to the undersigned, .,,,~ ,.. m~-~,,, at m ~ce I h i I ' -" [~ y o n t e Ctzens Office at my offi0e.in the Citizens Office ruA'r e~e~r~ m~Amme [Building, Charles ToiVn~ 'West Building; Charles'Town' 'West Virginia, on or before the 5th Virginia, on or .before the 5th f%KI i~'ll'%TMIg:llKIl=: day of Aug 1959" obherwise ,they day of Aug 1959 ther ise th v,. --,-v., ,,.,.,,.,, -,,.., ...... ", _ . , . . ....... ., , ; ctW ey may~oy mw oe excmaea zrom all may, by law be excluded from all WHEN THEY ARE benefit of said/estate.: All bene- benefi~ of said. estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified ficiaries of sold estate are notified FULL OF CLOTHES to be presen on said date to pro- to be present on said date to pro- tect their interest#, tect their interests. r~7- i/. :~ i,i~I t t I THIS IS A HOUSEWIFE WHO HAS JUST HAD RAIN FALL" ON HER CLOTHESLINE FULL OF CLOTHES THIS IS ANOTHER HOUSEWIFE. SHE DOESN'T CARE IF IT RAINS OR NOT SHE HAS AN ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER IT WORKS WITH CLEAN, GENTLE HEAT IN ALL KINDS OF WEATHER , BUY HER A DRYER < GO ON, FROM YOUR LOCAt LET YOUR WiFE ELECTRIC APPLIANCE TAKE ANOTHER STEP DEALER OR THE The Potomac Light & Power Co. INTO THE [ AL.L-ELECTRIC FUTURE | I I I I I I I Given under my hand %his 3rd day of I~bruary, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL. Commissioner of Accounts Jeffe'rson County, W, Va. February 5-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estaite .of William Wells Grahazn, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of WilUazn Wells Graham, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before ~he 5th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may, by law-be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their Interests. Given under my hand ~his 3rd day of Pebru~ry, 1959. :MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson February 5-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- Iaries of the Estate of Wunda Del la Tlnney, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the es.t~:e of Wander Della,1, Tinney, deceased, whether, due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with .vouchers thereof,- le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charle~ Town, West ,Virginia, on or before the 5th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified t~ be preeent on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hend this 3rd day of Pebruary, 1959. Glven under my hand ?,his 3rd day of February, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accounts Couaty of Jefferson February 5-3t. [ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- laries of ~he Estate of Gouverneur Morris Page, deceased All persons having claims a- galnst the estate of Gouverneur Mor~Is Puge, deceased whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, wlth vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 5th day of Aug., 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ira!aries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- Ject their interests. Given under my hand this 3rd day of February, 1959. MARK B. WETZEL~ Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County, W. Va, Pebruary 5-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS, To the Creditors and Beneflc- lanes of the Es~?`e of Adelaide C. pet|it, deceused .... All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Adelaide C. Petbit, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the ~ame with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town,. We~t Virginia. on or before t, he 5th day of Aug.. 1959; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Glven under my hand this 3rd day of February, 1959. 'MARK B. WETZEL, MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accotints Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson County of Jefferson February 5-3t, February 5-3t. '~'~i~ : Vrankw and her parents Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family at Bakerton. Mrs. Mary Anna Carper of Sil- ver Spring, Md. is spending two weeks with her aunt and upcle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and fam- ily. Mrs. Mabel Harding returned to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 6---C THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Arthur, Debbie Henke, Debbie Bat refreshments were lard, Beverley Kidwell and Mickie hostess assisted by MrS. Morris danced a cute number, "My Tucker cohostess. Teacher Made a Dancer Out Of Me" for which they wore blue tu- Red China gradually her home on Sunday after spend- tus and matching headdresses, viet ties. ing two weekes with her daughter Wednesday evening, February and family at Richmond. Va 11 the children presented the pro- Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and gram for "Ladies Night" for the Macedonia finds sons Stevie, Keith, Terry and Harper's Ferry Lions Club Little ing profitable. Glenn and Mrs. Mary Cline wereMiss Nancy Sperry a five year old Saturday evening callers of Mr. private tap pupil from Harper's ttnd Mrs. Roy Pulse and family at Ferry also danced and sang on hl~ /~ 1' Middleway. this program. Her number was V~. U, |* Mrs. Frank Kidwiler, Mrs. Es- "Tip Toe The Dancing Elf", for ther Oden and sons Guy and which she wore a cute blue ensem FOOT S DE Frankie of Bakerton and Mr': Nel ble. All of the children danced lie Oden were shoppers at Win-extremely well and received a big ~|l| ~ |~ ~k chester Va hand from each of t'he large aud Will ~ H! I~l! ' iences their assembled Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns- ...... ........ AFTERNOON and w[f*k V~ t*J~ r~,r,ot~t om11~,. ~f x~r,, lne IlrSt week in ApI'll me CnllC[ " .................. : ............. ren will present their eighth an- "00 and Mrs. Eugene Writ and dough 1 . = . .. From 1.00 to 7. t~r ~inc~v ~,~ ~,~ ~.~,, ~,~ ~,. nual ~prlng r-aren~'s uay r'rogram and Mrs C~]vln L~ne~t~r ~nd at t e studio,to which lelatlves 107 South Charle daughter'Di-a-nne~ .............. and friends are invited to attend .... 51~' ......... _ Some of these children and others ielepnone ....... will entertain this Spring at sev-EVERY THURS] ~~Vft~ ~/,/~ ~h|~|~ eral other events, climaxing their W----------,, --,,,,.*-* ~,.uwmv re~ular school year season with o~mm~ ~po "~--. . - _ o41Bim~o4mm~o % m . ,~, ,. , thezr eighth annual recital the tu0ents brave enes ear,, Of Programs For Clubs Mrs. Heldrick Talks To Sixteen children from the Wal- Shenandoah Garden Club ''""' rlWIJIIIII raven School of Dance in Charles m _- Town presented programs the pastA m,m .* a m m~m . m ~ru week for two local organizations. ~ .a.ve Azalea rlam mm Tuesday evening they danced ten m ~mm ~ tap dance and ballet numbers for The shenandoah Garden Club ~t ~ ~_~ the Mother-Daughter Banquet met at "h ...... ~' ~tF~"~ ..... ~ ........ te nome oz MIss r'eggy ,~ea a~i~ee~PlwS~l%Pa~nFger~Snni-lgse Alderson Wednesday afternoon, ~---- -- A February ll with twenty-three from three years to ten were beau |!fully costumed in pastel tu-tus members. . present. ...... - "' | ILNI | | for their ballet numbers. Nancv Mrs. dames Mason nt preszoea mm, B~lli,l'_lkl~ Lutz wore a green and yellow satin for the business meeting which " " - - J ensemble for her tap dance to was highlig~hted 'by an outline of 'Pretty Baby" and a white and the coming State Convention of ~t~l}~t~|~ silver tutu for her hard toe hum- Garden Clubs of West Virginia ~] ~ L~ J ][~L~ ber. Becky Kay Ware (also a pri- presented by Mrs. M. Smith. - - - vate pupil of Miss Walraven's) Garden Clubs of the Eastern m~~~ml~ wore an acqua costume with a Panhandle are acting as hostesses .# black top hat and a cane for her I for the convention to be held at M ~t~l~&$4t soft shoe routine. She tap danced i the Greenbrier March 30-April 1. ~ 4~'~'4~ ~ to "The Daughter of Rosie O'-i It was decided to plant three Grady", wearing a beautiful green!more evergreens around the "En- -- ....... .~ ~t taffeta costume with bouffant tering West Virginia" Road sign ~ | ~/*~[~NAL~I skirt, and perky bonnet, bot,h trim on Route 340 as part of the Chib's a=.=-.~.~a~ med with pink rose buds. For her Roadside Development project. IPEkI~V ballet number Becky Kaywore a Mrs. George Heidrich gave an ~t~l~/ lovely white and silver tu-tu with interesting and informative talk a large red rose at her waist and on Native Azalea INSURANCE wearing a silver crown Ribbons for the general arrange" .,~ The babies. Candy Collins, Julie ment showing a contemporary line D~r ~TA'i~ Dorf, Kathy Jenkins, Patricia Ma~n arrangement on a 'tray using ever I *~ l~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gram, Ginny Lou Tabb and Susan green with native rock or wood 'dillg Tabb were especially cute in their were won by Mrs G Heidricl~ Mason Bui yellow tutus and gold tiarras asblue ribbon; Mrs. 7~r. Trussell, red _,,~ they danced and sang two nursery ribbon; Mrs. F. Buckles, honorable Phone 7;~ rnymes. Little Misses Benita An- 'mention. In ,the horticulture dirts- _. derson and Mary Elizabeth Wat- ion, featuring forced bulbs; rib- ~....a.... T-wn W. son wore piflk tutus and pink flow bons went to Mrs. J. Senseney, ~_.naz~ u , ers in tneir nair as they danced blue; Mrs. E. Hauser red" Mrs. P. ,n~~ t, wo "ballets: "I Have A Dolly", Creamer Jr. yellow and'white ~ .... and "Lovely Little Ballerinas". Jan ~ Following the meeting delicious ., NEWBERRY'I S ORE IN CHARLES TOWN Reg. $6.99 145 RPM Close-0uts I 24 x 40 CHENIIJ SK NETTE 1"99 I 17c [ 99 This Sa! [Reg. 98c Close-Outsl , NIg Reg." $1.00 LADIES Reg. $1.59 BOY S DE B L O U S E S CHENILE SETS DUNGAREES Cotton, Solids & Striped BATH MATS C Set of Mats and Cover 59c GRAPEFRUIT KNIFE 4c I $1.98 Girl's Flannel PAJAMAS 29 EGG TIMER - - 3c ] $2.98 Ladies Flannel pAJAMAS $1.59 PLASTIC WASTE BASKET 88c ] $1.98 INFANTS SUITS " " $1.29 PLASTIC WATER BUCKET 88c[ $1.00 INFANTS SUITS Reg. $1.00 COMIC Reg. $1.00 NYLON Women's Be_ THROW PILLOWS TABLESCARF MOCCASIN 15 C A REAL C VALUE CLOSE - OUTS Reg. 79c FIGURED $1.79 Value Enamel $2.17 Val~e Irregular. HAT BOX TRAY TABLE B L A N K E T 5 . 49c GIRL'S ANKLETS 39c [ $1.00 BOXED CHOCOLATES " 1 25c INFANTS TRAINING I 29c GIRL'S PANTIES PANTS 4 for 67c PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN