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:ii i!/ i; !i i il ;~i~i i~ ' i! i ~j!/ iY i ii;~ : Billy Willingham l ian Church Sunday morning All r H=m I Rights and granddaughter oft SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vAm EaS I Sunday School classes will meet u ~v mn~u e~ou~umuu I James Mason, Confederate Minis,, . ~,~--~no~..-.r~,~,-,~.~,~ o3 Wins Contest For. ): .. ' .- . . " " " . '- -- - - - ghbT ehCh r sT aRdeanSnMNe " a 'ldi h ngr ?eeP g thee sSeCv Tru' S"m' De' [ ! : a!! ing was held at the Citizen's Fire tea by the Senior Women's Club i!!:~!::! :::~ |day School building is heated and ~ IYork with him where he later be- Nat [ Park Service In Russia they haven Hall, Wednesday, February 1 with sponsors of Girl Scouts in this ' Y ' - ~ii::iii::i~::~ ii!.~i!~ , d 'm b ck to New ~" the following members present: area. :~:~:i::~~:~ ]space for holding the classes is:~~~ [came an outstanding journalist l . . ]every hotel room--only ztv Mrs. Emery Kable, Mrs. David It was announced that the In- ::!i:::!~~ /made land author I buperimendent Frank H. An-lyou Merchant, Mrs. Charles Spiker, termediate Scouts and Brownies [ All classes with the exception! ~ [ During the first world war, Idersn, Harpers Ferry National l~ Mrs. Eobert Carson, Mrs. T~ A. would have a skating party at the iiI~I /of the kindergarten and nrimarv ~ " /Mr~ .~n~n ~ ...... ~,~n h,, p~ I~v~onumem, announced today that l ~amey, ~rs. A.J. ~uerin, mrs. Berryvitle Rink Saturday, Marcht ~::.ii,~;i [classes will meet in the main audi l ~i ]ident"~v~roo~r~w"v~l~son~ ~o'~l~e[William R. Webber, Brunswick, SAVE 30% TO" 51 ~award Lloya, Mrs. ~ee t~rown, 25 from 2:00 to 4:30 P. M t toripm of the Church. Kindergar-I iiiii~!i!:. ~ii National Board of Review, which Ma., and Floyd W. Wilt, Harpers Mrs. Jay Hunt, Cookie Chairman] ~r, .T,v ,,,~t O,,t-~" ~ho,,-] ~:!!:~i~~ |ten and primary pUpils will meet ! ~ [chose motion pictures to be [Ferry, each received a $10.00 cash ] ON PLUMBING rrogram .... Mrs.Chasrman ....................... W. K. ~nmrman and Ruth, Mrs " o" Ne,ghborhood H ~or M ~as~ern ~" Evans. be man C ookms nureha~-n . announ~,~d are now f~-~ on ~h~t sale ,,,, ~.i~, ~ and R~,~m,~ may] .... t, ~::: i::!~~~ I ~:~::~ :~: :: :~ ~:~:~ ~*~: ................. ~:~~ ..................... .... ~::' |--_ _ / ~asls0 t~m" . in the Yokefellows ]Eli] li~i~i!ii~i:~ ~::~;~::~ .... .... ~:~ shmw~n he e and to abroad. Amerie;~n troops at lawrrds Park Serwce, thrggahm " for th~ the,r ~ce~?nAi I " suggest- Bathrooms, ttt~A'l'l-N t~ Furnaces, Rl~t"/X,r 1~ SelTICe$ ~n ry I~J /~i shebecame ....... assistant "1,~[ outlets and [ Rooms Water He~tte~Guzranteed " ....................... ~ .......................... ~I~~ After her nusoana s uea~n in ion t e " " ' Panhandle G rl Scout Council o qmp a work table w th el-All Work and Mater or Intermedmte Scout m the /L;hurch "a'va- Pr:-'[ectrical individualj plans were made for the cele-i Charles Town Neighborhood. I bration of Girl Scout Week from A report was made by Mrs. ] | [ ~:~ |csp a~ ~unsmn r~au, A gin s ~drawers for storin ..... ; ........ n ..... " .,.~ |~ wm A~ ~ m [ ~~i~ [school in Washington, D. C. She ]~,~.~ ~; .... ..... s ........ ~,~[ x~wes~ rr:ees un J.~,., March 12 through March 18. The Roth on the recently completed[ IASTSheeme~ w~i~ a~mnp I [~iI~r ~i~e0s~Mi~ ~ip:nefilul~ [The:il~i~s~'ai~iu b[ C2~RINLLL Bdr~,Ad week will begin with the scouts Girl Scout Fund drive. The drive y 1. dtt tnleteSdl~2elota ~ t1~ attending The Baptist Church in|fell short of the goal and Mrs. 1 i Reed pas- 1 a body Sunday morning. In the lRoth said that if the Charles " " !xtension cords, thus removing a N 4 It" Lor of Calvary Assembly of God i ~~~ |Creative Arts G~lle,~ in her- ......... [ PHO E 5 5- afternoon each of the e igh.t[Town Ranson Neighborhood was ~S~hb~il~ ]~~i~a-ni~a~ I~~o__- ~!~!i~],] troops will take part in a program [ to remain in the Eastern Panhan- honoring Juliette Lowe, founder|die Girl Scout Council in the rut- ~~~ of Girl Scouts. This program is [ure they must receive much more ' _ .------.--------~--------mm ....... under the direction of Mrs. Evans.' support from the public. [ BILLY WILLINGHAM [ Billy Willingham, a seventh, at 10:00 a. m. morning worship [West Virginia highway engineer | ....... [at Harpers Ferry National Men-[ |~ M|ee nh, mn ffi F Mffim [ year because the per capita tax I grade student at Charles Town service at 11:00 a m. Evening Ev- [ as his first assistant when he said ll,--L UI_IJ.._ g* ...... [ument since 1954, longer than [ | u,~ vm ~umm u m~mum~-~ I for each member is two dollars|Jr. High has won a honor which angelistie Services at 7:30 p. m. [today that Vinvent J. Johnkoski [|~(1~ WdllOII croups [any other employee at the relati-[ | I so in view of this increase the [few grade school students achieve Tuesday the Christ Ambassador I would return to the number two I I vely new Park. Mike Webber, a[ | | | (*iflYM (1{: Unnfh Rv I chapter dues are now $3.00 per [when he was declared the winner meet at 7:30 P M. Thursday Bible [ spot in his administration when/Inetall M-,w flft~ra~ J carpenter, has been employed [-~,. JA -,- v. ,..v...., --g |year l in the state-wide contest held re- Study at 7:30 p.m. [he takes over the reins from Pat-n vnnnbbu " ]there since 1958. Both have ex- / |-~L/~ ~ U I" - " cently to find a design for a new t~t' U .... t%. -~_L. [ Dues were paid at this meeting [_ . __ ~ [rick C. Graney on March 1. John- n.. ,. ., .,, . [eellent records and have perform [ ~, |~v~dt ~|~ n~r ~i~[y [and Mrs. Whitmore's financial re[~ru~ stump. ~^~,~11~ U|.|,&A, I koski s official title has not yet [At um~or.H~nr~ ~ll'~lr led some truly fine work for the . , ~ n~u | WWluim~ mm||mtmm~m I .... n - r ....... vw m~,~mum~,~ . =. ,,,,~.,. I .... * " m port was real and all her ac-[ School children throughout the joeen ae erminea. J |rare. [ [counts were un to date Mrs. [state were asked recently to help t Johnkoski is no newcomer I Members of the Jefferson Coun ~ [ II | j[~[~ | ~ "* " "t I Whitmore was a faithful treasur- he state find an attractive and il TO Teach Baptist [when it comes to Commission ad- [ty Chapter Izaac Walton League ]SHEPHERSTOWN FIRE CO. [ ql ~ ~ [ er for twenty three years and had [ lustrated design for a new trout [ ministration and operation. Like [of America and the Stafford Chap I AUXILIARY OFFICERS [ | }been working on her accounts al-stamp ro De puousneu ann a total a J h .n. ~,,. n I Sawvers he literally -rew un Iter had their biggest night of the ------ AOUII lralnlflg bi'uoy [w~th the road agency, serving in [year Tuesday mght, Feb. 14 when i. The Ladms Auxiliary of Shep- most to the end of her life. The ~o~ z~ of mere were selec~ea as "*'~ ' " ~ " ] " ' " flower fund was all used since having the best. And from this numerous engineering and admin [they held a joint dinner-dance l~erasmwn Fire Department on[ .~. .. . I no meetings were held so Mrs. group Willingham s drawing was The Adult Training Union of istrative cavacities in various sec- [which was highlighted by the in- last Thursday night at their meet j Caleb Burns donated the money awarded the top prize of a $25 the Baptist Church in Charles tions of the state He was admin-[stallation of newly elected offi- ing installed the following offi-I ~~~ [she had received from the U. D. savings bond. And also for being Town is planning a Study Course istrative assistant" to Sawyers dur [cers of the two organizations, cers. ~.~['{~]i C for bein the oun est resi selected as the best the drawing g y g p . . Class at which time the book "Lie ing the incominu Commissioner's [ At the dinner program held in President, Ione Van Metre. [ ~I~1~[~$ dent, to the flower fund. Miss Ar- of yound Willingham's will be on ing Abundantly" will be taught previous tenure with the Com- [the Charles Town Citizen's Fire Vice President, Alice Strider. [ ~~ [gabrites donation was added to it all 1961 trout ~tamps. by Rev. Julian Orrell, pastor of mission |Hall, Dr. William A. Wallace of Secretary, Pat Hammond. [ and members present helped in- Young Billy s design shows a the Berryville Baptist Church. A naiive nf Millh, rn NIp- T.,. IMartinsburg, a former state and Treasurer, Thelma Moler I ,--~,----,~-----" All members are urged to be sev Johnkos'ki-~;~-~-~,,~"~ |national officer in the Izaac Wal. Acting Secretary, Gladys Shipe. ]. crease the fund. ~ young angler wading in mid- ~ ............... t " " The name of Miss Rebecca Per stream with a fishing net in one present when the class begins on New Jersey nnhlia ~haal~ andat | on League, presided for the re- L" .................... tal " I cell was put before the group as hand and a pole and line in the Sunday, February 26 at 2:30 p. m. Seton Hall and Davis-Elkins col- ]s latmn eerem.omes. a candidate for membership and other with a trout fish The second class will be Monday, leg.e He has been a resident of[...Installed ,to d~rect the 1961 act hooked February 27 at 7:00 p. m. The West Vir~inla i--~ ~o~ o,n ~/swhes of the Izaak Walton, were thewas receivedCertificateand OfsignedmembershiPto be de- andtne net.just about to be deposited in third" class will be Sunday, March married to~ the ............... former Lillian W. Clarence Dunbar of near Leetown livered to new members Mrs. Billy was paid a tribute at the 5 at 2:30 p. m. and concluding Heltzel of Elkins. They are the as president; Calvin Shoemaker PLAN NOW TO ATTEND James Hammond. , annual installation dinner of the on Monday, March 6 at 7:00 p. parents of one son and the grand of Charles Town, vice president; Miss Baylor stated that at one Jefferson County Chapter Isaac m. parents of two children. Emery Kable; Charles Town, ONE OF THESE time this chapter was the largest MISS CAROLYN URQUHART in the Shenandoah division but ~h,~ ~.,-a.n ~i~m,m ~hnr, fm- . by death and members moving a- w y the membership ~s gradually the National Honor Society of the . ....... going uown unto a~ m~s poim Charles Town Sem~r H~gh School . ; ........ ^- -'- .... - : "-i^- Ca-el-" ~'- sue urgea all members o tal~n- h~ ~zsu~cz~, a juu uz, ~u ~z- .. ......... ~uizy s~ay ~ogemer an(] neip re quhart, daughter of the Rev. and .... " , cru]~ younger women ~o our cnap Mrs. Russell J. Urquhart of 211 ' East Congress Street, Charles [,k1JL, J[lU~:~LL Wd,~ IIILIUtI~U~ U J/ Town, as Cztizens of the month ......... for January i rs. Lutz as tne speaker aria ne .......... ~" gave a most informative and in- I terestmg talk of events whmh A member of the Charles Town Baptist Church, she sings in the I1ead~ Un t- +h,~ tqxrll writ nnd a~e choir, plays piano for the Sunday ~ ..................... ....... the years during and after the enooz aua serves as reasurer I ,,,a- r~i~ +a~t- ,=o~ on . oa on ...~. ~v...~. ~v~.~. ~"~.~L~ '~.. and candies from a beautiful tab socmuon An active paruc~pan~ - a i 4 H Club [ le. It ~s smcerely hoped that mem of the Dolly M d son - , I h~r~ will hp abl- t- att-nd th~ t;aroiyn presmem me group, at ..... year sne nero the office of .......... ............. ...... t House with Mrs. Charles Langdon reporter. As a zresnman, uarolyn land Mrs Fvnnb ~'.~vrln,~, o hat attended the annual Kiwanis Ban e an quet ior outsmart|rig mers ox, =n,ab r the class. In her sophomore year J ...... she was presented a Spanish A-[ ward for her ability in that lan. f guage. As a member of the Gor- don Eismon Chapter of the Nat- ionai Honor Society, she is is a student as ista at to the )ibrarian. Because of her exceptional skill Robert Cain, President Jeffer- as a pianist, she provides music son County Fair Association has for many school assembiies, announced the annual meeting of the Jefferson County Fair As- Xuye)t Talks TO UDC On tl l War Events The February meeting of the Lawson Botts Chapter of the U. D. C. was. held hhe home of Miss Baylor on Tuesday after. noon, February 14. There were ten members present including Mrs. R. E. L. Metz from Berry- ville~ This chapter has not held a meeting since November due to weather conditions. During this time four 4aithful members have passed away and Mrs. Lutz read a memorial prayer in memory of Miss Blanche Young, Mrs. Cecelia League, Miss Elizabeth Daniel and Mrs. Venita whir|ore. A letter of regret was read by Mrs. Lutz from Mrs. David Poll. ing. A Christmas and money from Argabrlte was grate- fully acknowledged. The dues are increased this ...... L----___-L ...... ..2 Ytm Are hm/ted --- 27 h Aniv.n ht ded to i Walton League of America held uesday night, Feb. 14 in Charles l'own. sociation will be held Tuesday, March 7th at 7:30 p. m. in the County Court House. All persons and organizations holding membership certificates are urged to attend. Directors for the year will be elected and other business in con- nection with annual meeting will be transacted. This meeting has been delayed due ~to the severe winter weather is important that we have a good attendance and start plans for the 1961 Fair Mrs. Theodore Brown Will Be Speaker For Presbyterian Clas Devotionals will be in charge of The Women of The Church Sunday morning and Mrs. Theod- ore Brown will teach the lesson for members of the Yokefellows Bible Class and other adult class. es at the Charies Town Presbyter- Anyone desiring to attend thi~ treasurer; Creighton Propps, class is cordially invited .................. Charles Town, recording secre- .................. the ,reasuz=r ~uzu a~. ~muuing tary and John Briely, correspond- OPEN MEETINGS , m ~ mm ~ committees. b11~. MyrICK maiNS l0 The Progressive Dinner whichNorveling secretary.Johnson,New Kearneysville;directrs are: was planned for February 17 was Sanford Snow, B. E. Keiter, Ral- ---OF THE-- IA##=eenn huroo.o**o, postponed with a definite date to ph B. Taylor and Ira E. Eyler, J~lU~m~mvnm ~muj~.~-~.nm~ be decided at the next monthly the latter of Martinsburg. q~he T~ ..... e., ,,,., , ..... meeting. The members decided to Installed as the new officers of DALE CARNEGIE ~,~,~ , ~..~:o~,. ~.~ o~.~ make a contribution of $5.00 to Stafford Chapter were: Mrs. For- --,--o 1~ .... ~ ........ ~?~ ~\s,,~ the Red Cross rest Wysong, president; Mrs. Em- S [ ann wer uompany Tnursaay, The d-,,~ =-' ............ h,, C 0 U R V ar,,ar,, ,+ o.a ..... ,,,,- v ..... ...., ory Kable, vice president; Mrs. :~"~_~^~']~'^'," ..~'~ Mrs. Natalie Myrick. Donald Kable, recording secre- p,r~,sent,.,=m,~,~ m,u z,v~ vi~z,u,.~ ~ , tary; Mrs. R. Blackford, corres- DALE CARNEGII~' Mrs. Natalie Myrick, Home Ser Rites Held Saturday ponding secretary; Mrs. Merle A1 ger, treasurer. New board mere- Confidence Building, I uman Relations, vice Advisor of the Potomac Light hers are Mrs. Leeds K. Riely and Effective Speaking/ or D yelopment and Power Company presentedk ,.rain wuummvmm ,$vmm,rharlnHev||J Mrs. Calvin Shoemaker. ......... and Sales Psychology' the program. Mrs. Myrick spo e In addition to Dr. Wallace to the groqp on Food Freezing p m m.m. ,- . other dinner guests were: Mr. , .o 07l L and Let's Have A Party. She show r., M. ,,.,,,....,,. . 97 ed slides on the subject and also v...,.~,, ,,,,,,ff ~,i,,.~.v and Mrs. Edison Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Diffenderfer of Mar- Monday, F(bruar -7: the food which she had prepared Funeral services were held Sat- tinsburg, the Rev. and Mrs. Roy and frozen, urday morning at 11 in Charlot-'Coulter of Shepherdstown and Board Room of F. & M. Bank- Rouss The group was served refresh- tesville, Va. for Mrs. Philip Speed Roger bailey and Billy Willing- at Loudoun in Winchester, Va. merits from the freezer which con 81, an aunt of James M. Mason, ham, members of the Izaak Wal- sisted of frosty fruit salad, six- HI of Charles Town who died ton Junor Rifle Club. way punch, open-faced party sand Wednesday in a Charlottesville i The Rev. Roy Coulter, pronoun- wiches and red velvet cake. Book Hospital. I ced the invocation for the dinner lets entitled, "More Surprises! Mrs. Speed, a patron of the program. with fine and fancy foods from arts and a longtime foe of mot- Following the dinner the Miller your freezer!" were presented to ion picture censorship, was born Trio of Boonsboro, Md. providedHotel Shenandoah, Martinsburg, W. Va. each person present, in Charles Town. She was the for- music for dancing. The business meeting was con- mer Mary Mason, the great-great Call 414 Charles Town dusted prior to the above pro- granddaughter of George Mason, Steel backlogs lowest since gram. Reports were heard from author of the Virginia Bill of 1958 recession. HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS AND COME A RUNNING FOLKS TO PENNEY'S $ SINCE THIS NEWSPAPER DOES NOT HIT THE NEWS STANDS UNTIL THURSDAY EVENING THIS MERCHANDISE LISTED BE- LOW WILL NOT GO ON SALE UNTIL ,9:00 O'CLOCK F R I D A Y MORNING SO THAT ALL OUR CUSTOMERS WILL HAVE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE IN THE BARAINS. 9:00 FRIDAY MORNING 200 YARDS COTTON PRINT FABRICS 13e yard 10:00 FRIDAY MORN. 15 ONLY THROW PILLOWS 21e each 11:00 FRIDAY MORN. 49 ONLY BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 50e each Men's Fire|el WORK SHIRTS 99e Boy's Winter PLAY CAPS - $1.00 Boy's WINTER JACKETS . $3.00 WOMEN'S WINTER SLEEPWEAR - - ,1.00 & $2.00 --AT -- # 9:00 SATURDAY MORN. 6OO SPOOLfi ASSORTED THREAD 2c 8pool 10:00 SAT. MORNING 15 ONLY THROW PILLOWS 21c each WOMEN'S STRIPED JACKET $5.00 WOMEN'S WINTER COATS H0.00 11:00 SAT. MORNING 1 ONLY WOMAN'S WINTER COAT $9.00 Infant Winter PLAYWEAR $1.o0 nfant's Winter PLAYWEAR - $2.oo Boy's Heavy SWEATERS , $2.oo CHILD SNO SUIT - - $2.OO W0MEN WINTER COATS 15.oo MEN'S WINTER CAPS 50c & $1.00 2:00 FRIDAY AFT'N. "3:00 FRIDAY AFT'N. " 4:00 FRIDAY AFT'N.[ [ ' ' ' 2:oo SATVRDAy 3OO SATUR,AY AFT'N. 14:00 SA URDA AFT . 25 PAIRS TODDLER'S] 24 WOMENS KNIT I z ONLY WOMENS -TIM . ONLY MEN'S [3 ONLY YOUNG MEN'SI 1 ONLY PENNEY'S CORDUROY PLAY TOGSI P A J A M A S ] ALL WOOL HUNTING COATS [o D, v BENRUS WATCH o" [ LONG COAT If-you are ovevr 21 Waterproof o **oI 17 Jewel Woman's : 50c each I $1.00 ! $6.00 and If you have not already $2.00 I $10.00 t $6.00 __- I O 10 Door I ROY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS - $1.o0 t Girl's Winter JACKETS ,2.oo & $3.oo To d $8S.19 Ne ) M~'S CORDUROY PANTS . $2.oo Ii 16- RIB UMBRELLAS - - $1.o0 Drawing March 15th, MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS-- WOMEN'S 2-PIECE SET . | $3.OO |O Bumdle ,(Dressy) - $1.00 & $2.oo [ | $1-$1.$0-$2.00 Men s Winter JACKETS $3.oo & $5.oo / WOMEN'S PLAID JACKET -$1.oo ! Pa,n $3.75 and Up _ ".| l app r. 5":00 FRIDAY NIGHT 7:00 FRIDAY NIGHT 8:00 FRIDAY NIGHT filled out An Application I , .50 for a Penney Charge Card GIRL'S GLOVES - - 50ct[ GIRL,S BLOUSES " $1 if you know your credit GIRL'S HATS o . 50 & $1.00 [ GIRL S SKIRTS' . . $2.00 to be g( land I , 50 Girl's Winter SLEEPwEAR - ,1.0o t]GIRL,S WINTER SLACKS - $1" IfienceYOUofWantchargingthe convert-Any GIRL'S SWEATERS $1.00 & $2.50 [ GIRL S 2-PIECE SETS $1.50 to $4.00 Merchandise.- [ - J REGULAR 5.00 SATURDAY NIGHT 7:00 SATURDAY NIGHT 8:00 SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 1 ONLY WOMEN S PLATEX BRIEF PANTY GIRDLE---Size Large 23 ONLY MEN'S BULK KNIT SWEATERS $1.00 $3.00 each ALL ONLY MEN'S WOOL TOPCOAT Size 38 Reg. $12.00 each REDUCED! 36 ONLY GIRL'S in Any of PENNY'S 1700 KNIT BLOUSES Department Stores . . . Then COME IN Apply1 For your CAla ,e each 3 ONLY YOUNG MEN'S 3-PC. CORDUROY SUITS Sizes $10.00 ALL ONLY MAN'S WOOL TOPCOAT Size 38 Reg. $12.00