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D D D k| t ' l'r..and b,rt Anderg Norrna ,and P,e,a : of P,c rry-, 7,;r.. nd :,trY. Warren ur t'" at membership f, r oerctar - ,qPIRIT I E1R$oN / A zttes ADV0( ATE Ill [ I- ~ |~ [had their son-in-law anti daugh- rifle, Va. Delicious refreshments LaRue and family were Mzs. La- Washington Medical Centez, the West ,Virginia Chamher ell wmrotnAv .o . r, , , . . ~ . ~ g L tt~ 1~.~- 711 ,1. g *t IV i:J 11 lib[ P ,~k !~1 ~'.)~ 1 .'rPlD I ' ~'mDt) --- I ter Mr and Mrs..lames Wilson were served cafeteria styl. Rue s~ster-m-law and brother MI. Washington, D. L on January 27. Commerce Lxecutiw.s. We have[ ~~ AUSTIN NICODEMUS of Hyaitsville Md to spend the Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and and Mrs. Charles Kackley of lie weighed eight pounds and never mingled with other Chain- t .------ weekend with'the~ family of Berryville, Va. were Berryville, Va. four ounces. This is their first her of Commerce members with. iFehruary 28th at 6:30 P M [Colston, James R. Mil!er, ,lames -~ael~lliC~e,. ~e Lenten ..... Se~w~ces ]Valentine .......... Party Sunday guest of Mrs. Kibler's sis- ~ [ son and third child Mr.,;. Putts out learning something. [ llost members' .I R Show [ II. Myers and tlarry q't,nnant. 0hn's Enisconal Church on I a ,~roup o~ parems el tne cram- I ter and brother-in-law Mr. and IL/I ILl kl I kl /~ I~ [ was the former Miss Evelyn Pen :r, :.: ...... .~,: I ..... -." , .. . ' [ niz - 7 ~0 Rtv ~ 'fen of the, Rippon Sctmol ent(r- Mrs. Austin Nicodemus of Middle ~11 ~1~ N I !I~ 1.1 ,.~ [well daughter of Mr. and Mrs. We'have'just l'ecei~ed ttle lat-[~_,nawman, tsenny tsangs, tsroo~e [ ........... ' Black" ~ ' eelerhtwillat _:be ....... in charge'-" Ten.-of tamed the chddren' at~ a Valentine way at a family birthday dinner ......... J llenry Penwell. est report on lhe sales tax collec-[ 'lord, Robert (.olston, W. W USE THE CLASSIFIEDS /ices " " Party on Tuesday evening The for their nephew Robin and Rich [ IJy Mrs, l'aulltle Ul;l; Mrs. Elmer BIFFS and daugh-Lion for our county; In Novem-[ .................................. - - I Valentim Partywas combined ard Kibler. .--~-~:~,~ ~ara ..... ,~ I ters Faye and Odie and Mrs Wil- ber,1959, Jefferson s collection I ~!:~ " ........ " ' : ' and Mrs Mitchell Boyd with 7 .... :' _ . , Mr. and Mrs .......... .y .... ~ " ,7~"=~. :. I : : :~ .......... 111 Po ell of t ills were $22,10552 while in Novem-[," ........... ~ .... j . ...... ". ...... a 9wtrmay party nonorlngChurch Announcements n wooo am w I . bore Va. ........................................ ~, , .......... .......... ....... ~llL gn~ MWrmCnle~Ie.r' lV~:l: Mike Crouch and Jimmy LaRue. The Rev. Temple Wheeler will ~waeUrgen~?u~nyYsappeSguests RoY were Wednesday visitors of Mrs. ber.1960. they were $24,.035:42-I k ~_ " ,~ ; "" The children enjoyed refresh-conduct the morning worship ser- Mr ~n,I ~r (:oar~,, Milton at [ Margaret Hostler and family, i giwng us a sour aavance ot zs~%. [ i i:~ v,A,.'2".__'~'' LL--"~'T:..~et~lif[9__~ ~,,~s on ~unvay. ]ments of ice cream, cup cakes, vice Sunday, February 26 at 9:30 p~.._,_.. ,~. I Mr and Mrs. Donald eden and I * * * * * I~: ::::, : v*~,lldllUb J[U~II } , . ! :: : :: ":: : :Y :: r o n .... The Shepherdstown Register ~ .... ................ .... ' a daughte D n a and sons Guy ........................................... ......... ~ ............ Helen Lawrenceenteredcookies and candy. Everyone wish at St. John's Episcopal Church of Mrs. Pauline Ott was Saturd y ...... In n ha n A-dressin % I ,: :: ...... ,,,o,~,~, ,,~~,, , My -nd Mrs l anu frank ot tcanson were Sun- c., ow s a u : g u r- f: Town General ttospital es Mike and Jimmy many more .Rippon. Sunday School will fol- Floyd McDaniel and family at[day droner guests of the formers vice suitable for all orgamzat- ~ :~::~ i~day. Mrs. Lawrence fell happy birthdays, low at 10:30. ~ ....... ~, ............... .; ......................................... ..................... ::.,~-,:. ch,~,,,, um [ mother Mrs. Nelhe eden and faro runs-Businesses, Churches, Clubs, ::: :: ~ home and was removed to [ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. Mr. John Lloyd of Ber~:yville, ~ ' ~":::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~::~:: ~ spital by ambulance. The attended a birthday party in hun /a., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cham,,_ _...~ ~,_~ ~.... ~-~ .... a [ fly ] Banks Fund Drives etc. We have ~| on Monday showed that or of her brother-in-law Mr. T. ~lin and family of Ranson and ............ I ~ [subscribed for this service as we: i::~~~~ oaugnters ~moa ana r~amy anu t .... :: - ",'~=~ ~ " ....~:,:,~ u a broken leg. Our best W Oil of Charles Town on Satur- If. Ray Lambert of Berryville, son Martin of Middlewa" were I ~ ~ [ find that they will do our mailing ~ .~ - . :~1~~ ~ lists cheaper than we can do it l to you Mrs. Lawrence for day night Va. were recent visitors at the Sunday visitors of the laters me-[I /~/~llklqlSl~ II . ~ II~~~~~l~d~g ty recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams at- home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wi ther Mrs. Mary Cline. II Luurt I 1 II ourselves. Ii::~::, ~Ulia Royston of Millwood, I tended a birthday party given by !ey and family Mrs. Goldie Painter was Sun- I I .......... II The* new* ShenandOah ~alle- I I[i ~_a supper guest at the Itazel Warrick 9lh Street Front Mr. Randy Magalaa, 13 year old day evening vi!stors ~ Mrs.Cora I I BIININPXN I I and Skyline Drive folder is abou~ ill 0f Mr. and Mrs. ThomasRoyal in honor of her husband'on of Mr. and Mrs. William Ma- ~enzm at BlaKemy r'lace, unar- [ ...... w II to go to press They are distribu-] | and family on Tuesday. Albert on Friday Feb. 10. Other~ -aha Charles Town has returned ms Town. [ APTII/ITV II ted on the Blue Ridge Parkway l [ .... i .Louis Marroll Sr. went to who enjoyed a delightful evening, 3 school recovering from a head Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and son David J "/41b|11 1 1 l" II to visitors headed this way. Local I J T-- L,,a.a-_- ..,,-..,, V--.. J a0re on Thursday for a few of western style square dancing njury he received while sled- of Charles Town were Sunday vis I ......... II attractions and accomodationsl I |~U} UI[~ILILI[~[ ~I[~[VI[~ |Uu ~ ~ I Visiting with his daughter in their beautiful basement re- ling .............. , ~ ~rooze macKzora ,~ ............. j, ............ , ltors ot ner momer mrs i x~ utt m I 11 ay oe nstea in tnls oroenure tor ] I .... . .............. ~1 ~a-in-law Mr and Mrs. ller- creation room artistic planned by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and brother Harry E Ott. , [ ExecutiveSecretary II $2500. To be listed it is necessaryI [ We are now an authorized WAYNE FI2U$ dealer I ,0Pley and daughter Cherye. Mr. Warrick for square dancing 'aughter Cherye of Baltimore, ~Pleys returned home with were Lucy and Ed Sealock, V era :r. and Mrs. George Griffith and cMsr~na~dHMlrSweWill~aa~nurW:lt ef. ! Chamber of Commerce [[ ~Oh:meb:r o~e~a:mer:rfc[O~lrrlOCal. ! [ ...... You get the benefit of all the nutritional know- [ ~tUrday for ~ weekend vis- and Earl Hill, Betty and Frankmghter Debbie of Summit Point ~ning~ visitors of Mr and Mx's. It .was our pleasure to honor, formation can be obtained from ] ~~ how. of famed Wayne Research Saenfists" " m" ,| " Carvell, IIelen and Ed McDonald ~d Kenneth Carroll of Rippon Guilford Turner and famd" Y. Brown Rissler at Tuesday's meet- ~ this office. i[ ~~ nahona ly-famous Wayne Feeds. They are al: ] :..,.__~. ~ , tl~,,~.~t ~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~:~.~ njoyed a night of Bowling in Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bush and dau ins with a Resolution unanimous I ~ [ [ |~~] ways triple-tested for ingredient quality, and I Vinchester, Va. Saturday night, ghter Debbie and son Ronnie of ly passed by our Board of Direct~ i C',,,,, U/Ill U,,,,I I~^k qO [[ ~. ~ '~] backed by more than 60 years of feed manu- [ t-H Club Meeting New Castle, Delaware were week ors, for his outstanding service[dNIl 11111 ,MI~I~I il~g. in [[ |~~] facturlng experience. Wayne also supplies [ The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H end visitors' " of the latters, parents, of 58 years w'thi th'si newspaper. [ ........ [I ~ specialized management helps and tested feed- I ~,lub will meet Feb. 2"2 at 7 o'- Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Painter' ana He is" a loyal worker and has the In She.herdst0wn 6.30. ][ -- I~;~1~ ing programs to fit your every feeding need. [ BILL DINGS' ~ !ockatKabletownSchoolHonse. family. , ' . deep respect of our entire com.i , [1 ~, Alk us how Wayne can boost your prafa~, loday, i ~arshall Thompson will be host. Mr and Mrs. Fred Beahm ananmnity. This honor could not Henr- K-d Do,,,,l~ o~m, ~,,~I! Mr. Clarence Catlett is a pa- " ...... he "for" - of Confederate Veterans will hold ~)J~[l|| son Dawd of Washington, D C have been bestowed on a more ent in the Charles Town Gener- were ~unoay winters ot t -Reserving man ..... D~IAU MY NAME 1 Hospital. He has been a pa- mers parents Rev. and Mrs. Ar- -~ " -~ , [their February meeting and din- | $,ll~lL' [-[V][}~[~ lent for the past two weeks. Our thur Beahm and family. At "a re~ent "meeting of our ner at the War Memorial Build- [ r, .................... I., ~. and Mrs rn~'~ ~ ~ r u,~ ttlrr~'~, w v A )est wishes to you Mr. Catlett for Sunday visitors of Mr. Board, it was voted to take out a ing in Shepherdstown Tuesday, I " " ' ['~;~G/~ ahspeedy recvery and gd heal" Frrest Hstler and family wereMrs. Mary Ott of Charles Town, here to stay to Help ;the Shenandoah Squares Dan- Mrs. Elsie Painter and daughters 0nle Owners in many a ,~ Monday night at the Shenan- Juanita and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. ' /| ~ay. Just watch for\~"'1"~ '.~ahDowns for practice and Leon Longerbeam and daughter, A~/-ff'[ /orking out sound effects in pre- Kay and son Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. ~"" [ )ardness for the gala dance to be Johnny Seal and daughter Patsy ~'~_ i l lie and you will see. \\\~ told March 3rd in celebration of and son Johnny of Ranson, Mr. I'll Hell) You Build ~.~ \\\ :he clubs 1st anniversary. The and Mrs. Glenn Biggs and daugh- ~ ~ _~" :egular meetings are held at the ter Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin ~ ~7~.a~~'- lr. High School at 8 p. m. week- Hostler and Mrs. Hattie Cogie "[fi'JF" EFFICIENTLY -- were Sunday visitors of Mr. and ~','| Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. | '~ md daughter Debbie of Summit Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were / WHITMORE LUHBER C0. IS MY BOSS 549 CH eLE TOWN, WEST VIRGIN IA JY A ~'oint spent a few days with Mrs. :~riffiths mother Mrs. Louis Car- roll Sr. Mr and Mrs..Perry Nicodemus Jr. of Winchester, Va. were week- end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Sr. and Roger Lee Nicodemus . Elizabeth R. Smith attended an Area Girl Scout meeting at the Community Building of Berry- ville, Va. on Saturday. The sub- ject of the program was "Think- Sunday viistors of her mother Mrs. Carrie Johnson at Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons Donnie, Van, Nell and Oral of Charlottesville, Va. were Stm- day evening visitors of the for- mers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Harry E. Ott. Mr. Woody Wiley spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Costello at Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LaRue and ins Day". After the meeting ad- daughter Connie and son Lonnie journed the group enjoyed dan- were Saturday evening viistors of cing. the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Miss Louise Briscoe spent Tues- Humphrey Wilt and daughters day afternoon in Winchester Me- ~Aebut~rtd Antiomaette at {~he~t mortal Hospital with her brother nut Hilk Mr. John P. Briscoe, her brother, who is a patient in the hospital. She was accompanied by Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. Mr. Briscoe many friends are glad to know he is much improved. South Jefferson Ruritan Meet The South Jefferson Ruritan Club met at the Kabletown Me- thodist Church Friday night, Feb ruary 14th at 7:00 p. m. The meet :ng had been postponed from the regular meeting date of February 6th. There were twenty five mem brs and two guests were present. A delicious roast beef dinner was served by the Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club. Ruritan business was taken care of and the program was pre- sented 1)y the Orkin Exterminat- ing Co. of Winchester, Va. by means of a film demonstrating the difference between wood ants and termites and the means of a definite and effective program in exterminating termites which was enjoyed by all those present. . Mrs. C. F. Wall has been off work sick for the past week. Mrs. Wall is the supervisor of the Knott Rest Home. She is now im- proved and expects to return to duty this week. Miss Louise C. Smith of Wash- ington, D. C. and Miss Ann Smith of Arlington, Va. spent the week end with their sister and brother and sister-in-law Miss Elizabeth M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert R. Smith Jr. at their home "Silver Spring." They were ac- companied by their sister Miss Elizabeth M. Smith back home Mrs. Margaret Hostler was re- cent visitors of her mother Mrs. Mary Ott at Charles Town. . Mr. and Mrs Howard Wilt and daughters Judy and Linda and son Paul were recent viistors of with them to Arlington and Wash ington, D. C. Beulah Circle Meeting the latters mother Mrs. Hattie James at Ranson. Mrs. Rosebud Cox of Ranson was Monday night visitor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. Hartford Brackett of Loudoun County, Va. were re- cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gee rge Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and sons. . . Mrs. Nellie Ott of Charles Town gave a birthday party in hono~ of her husband William Ott. Those helping him to cele- brate were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dillow, Mrs. Mary Ott, Mrs. Elsie Painter, Mrs. Virginia Mirallis Mrs. Annie Aleshire, Mrs. Joseph- ine Hardyl Miss Liza Ott, MiSs Marie Breeden, Mr. and Mrs. Lin da Carroll, Miss Ruby Whitmore, Miss Linda Painter, Miss Barbara Ott, Miss Judy Ott, Master Davy Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Whit- more and daughter, Debbie of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whittington and Mr. and Mrs. William Ott. Refreshments of birthday cake, peanut butter, cake, cupcakes, potato chips, pea- nuts, mints, coffee and keel-aid was served. Everyone had an en- joyable time and left wishing Mr. Ott many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Annie Wilt and daughters Arbutus and Antionnette of Chest The Beulah Circle of the Pres- nut Hill were Sunday visitors of byterian Beulah Church met on her mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and Thursday evening of last week at brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. the home of Mrs. Hermon Huyett with twelve of the members in at tendance. The meeting was open- ed with Devotions led by Mrs. Mary Burns, reading Phillippians 2, chapter 5-10 verses The lesson Mrs. T. D. Ott is still on the sick list. We wish her a speedy re covery. Mrs. Rosebud Cox of Ranson and Mrs Lucy Penwell were Thursday visitors "of Mr. and Mrs. George Putts and family at Falls Church, Va. Mrs. Margaret Hostler and dau ghter Judy and Wilmer Lee, Mrs. Ellen BIFFS and daughter Dar- lene and Jerry and Donnie Ott were Friday visitors of Mrs. Em- ma Lee Virts at Lucketts, Va. Mrs, Margaret Hostler was hos- tess to a Stanley Brush Party on February 14. Mrs. Billy Dunlap of Bolivar was demonstrator. Those attending were Mrs. Dor- othy Brackett of Loudoun Coun- ty, Va., Mrs. Annie Wilt,, Miss Arbutus Wilt and Mrs. Rosebud McDaniel of Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Mary Appell, Mrs, Janice Hostlert Mrs. Gladys Cooper, Mrs. ArieL: ta Penwell and Miss. Judy Host-~ ler. Games were played, demonst rations were made, refreshments were served. Evryone had an en- joyable time. Mr. and Mrs. George Putts of Falls Church, Va. announce the Stop wind-whipping clothes.* Instead, have them tome out softer and fluffier than they've ever before! Dry them in your New FLAMELESS Dryer! Buy and save WITH " AT ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALERS AND POTOHAC LIGHT POWER CO. entitted "Have this mind among your selves." Mrs. Hermon Huy- ett read an interesting article on the situation on Congo. A busi- ness meeting followed after which the meeting was adjourned and a pleasant social hour was en- joyed during which delicious re- freshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Louis Broy Jr. and sons visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broy Sr. of Berryville, Va. on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family visited the home of Mrs. Wiley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Homes Wood on Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anders of Kabletown spent the week with Mr. Anders parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders as they were un- able to return home due to the snow. Supper guests on Monday at .?" FAMOUS BRAND NAMES Regular $3..99 to $29.99 NOW $ .22 to $ .22 (DON'T MISS THIS GREAT EVENT) GOWNS AND PAJAMAS Regular $3.99 Values---NOW .72 Regular $7.99 Values---NOW $ .22 (Ladies Shop Eearly, Limited Quantity) WINTER STYLES Regular $1.99 to $8.99 NOW ,c to ,c Compare. Values to 29c---NOW EITIRE STOCK Reg. $ 4.99 -- SALE Reg. $ 5.99 -- SALE Reg. $ 7.99 -- SALE Reg. $10.99 -- SALE Reg. $14.99 -- SALE 22 Values to $2.99 - - SALE Others Reg. $3:99 - - SALE Others Reg. $4.99 - - SALE Others Reg: $6.99- $8.99---SALE Values Sizes 6 - 18 to $3.99 ..... SALE $ SALE lu .27 Reg. $3.99 to $5,99 .... SALE L22 Reg. $2.99 - - - SALE $1 lllll Reg. $1.99 - - - SALE $ J. Crew Necks Hooded $ Compare at $4.99 .... SALE .00 II t Reg. $2.99 & $3.99 .... SALE Reg. $4.99 & $5.99 .... SALE Reg. $6.99 & $9..99 .... SALE .42 $ .22 New Store Hours: 9 to 9 Friday 9 to 6 Saturday DEP1 STORE Charles Town's Shopping Center. Illll ....I I I I IIII I I I I I I L I III /I