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i: e Lots of Fun, Fellowship High Scoring Hay, Silage Judging Team Plenty of good fun and fine fel- lowship combined to make the an- nual banquet of t~he Builders Bible AT THE CIRCLE IN RANSON class at the Charles Town Metho- dist Church, a most enjoyable oc- ' Q U h L i T Y MEATS ....... Shepherds town~hePalcasin last Friday night Princi-speakerl~v. RandallfrMethodisttheparsonseVeningchurch.Of waSthe Glenn Magaha, president of the ENTER ESSKAYS $12,000.00 BACON CONTES;r Builders Classwas toastmaster for fine banquet and the Rev. Robert (Get Your Contest Blank Here) Hiller gave the invocation. Mrs. Esskay's Finest Grade Bacon - lb. 59c Alonzo Peters rendered several piano selections before the ban- Esskay's Sun-Up Bacon - - lb. 43c quet began Following the meal of toma%o Rockingham Pork Shoulders - lb. 35c juice, ro t beef, mashed potatoes gravy, peas, tossed salad, apple ROCKINGHAM sauce, ,pickles, rolls, ,butter, coffee Sugar Cured .Smked, Ham." 59c and a dessertcake whioh wasf iCeservedCream, by andthe ~" "i--''~'~t~1 Ul&IkSI~ 43c Young Ladies Bible Class of the i Church, President Magaha gave 'a ,warm welcome to invited guests CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb. 49c and the class me l rbership. He 0]k][ thanked the ladies for preparing L GHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c and serving the bounti ful meal i A number of guests were recog- FRESH FRYING CHICKENS - lb. 29c ,nized bythe toastmaster and they m included the Rev. and Mrs Robert Hiller, fine Rev. and Mrs. Randall SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 2--A THURSDAY, YACHT CLUB RED BEANS l 10c Parsons, Mrs. Glenn Magaha, Kable J(~hnson, treasurer of the Builders Class and Richard Car- per, secretary of .'he el,ass, Charles Gore, Shirley Hunt, Max Brown, YACHT CLUB BUTTER BEANS - 10c Mrs. Edna Smith, J. H. James of the Baptist Church Lee Bushong, YACHT CLUB GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 10c :,theRoy..Russell Urquhart, Mr. YACHT CLUB PORK & BEANS . - 10c and Mrs. Edward Lee Pine, Ralph Mace of Martinsburg, Mr. and ROSE DALE SWEET PEAS .... 10c Mrs. Thomas Kitchen and .Mrs. SU-Z-Q RED KIDNEY BEANS .... 10c Peters. It also brought to the attent- ~ion of the audience by the toast- BONNELLE'S SPAGHETTI ..... mas er that Rondo Smallwood. Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS 2oc memlber of fine class was in the (One Can FREE with Each $10.00. Order) hospital and regrets at not being ay r$ h TI a 1 T e e' nd the benedicVon by the Rev. Russell Urquhart of the Charles Town Baptist Church. The banquet tables in the Chur- ch dining room were a~tracVivety decorated the ,George Washington theme with flowers and Potted planets by Sheetz Florists. Small American Flags in ~iny cups of mints and printed programs were at each,1 plate. Officers o the Builders Class are Glenn Magaha, president; Richard Carper, secretary and Kable D. Johnson, treasurer. There we,re around a hundred at the banquet. Qualifi Fourth Time This th. s o ng hay per pe on The sco, ng indiv 100 Bush"l Corn Clubinandthe~ilageBerkeley-JeffersonJUdging team Judgingentered idu,~ ~n %he contest was H. N. ~::~ A team from Berkeley Coun:ty Contest February 20 at Bardane R~ndolph wi,th 355 points. ~ Community Center. was high in ,the ~ontest with, i, an The ,team members reading left average score of 325 per mere- ,to righ% ,are John S. R~ssler, Leo Widmyer, H. G. Heflebower, Jr. ber. Members of this team were and H. N. Randolph. The team Glenn Welch, l~a~on Welch and :: had an average score of 313 poinCs John Welch. Mrs. Rober~ M. Knott ~t ,~Iolers ..... Cross Roads. Before retUrrfing to GREEN GIANT PEAS - - 2 cans SPAM, TREET OR PREM 12-oz. can 45c Kenny's Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN- 2 cans 29c S U G A R .... 5-1bs. 53c (5 Pounds FREE With Each $20.00 Order BOSCUL COFFEE - - |b. 73c COFFEE---Maxwell House ) Beech Nut ) Chase and Sanborh ) l-lb. can 77c Luzianne ) ,, Wilkins ) LUZIANNE COFFEE - 2-lb. can $1.38 CHIFFON CAKE 'MIXES .... 53c BETTY CROCKER ") ASSORTED PILLSBURY ) CAKE 29c DUNCAN HINES ) MIXES BISQUICK - - 40-oz. pkg. 39c MONARCH INSTANT COFFEE - 6-oz. jar 85c 7:30 INSTANT COFFEE Z-oz. jar 37c PAGE MILK ..... 6 Tall Cans 79c C R I S C O , - - - 3-lb. can 84c S P R Y ........ 3-1b can 83c WESSON OIL - - quart bottle 57c MONARCH SALAD DRESSING - qt. jar 53c SOFTEE NAPKINS---200 Per Package - - 29c COMO TISSUE - . 16 Rolls $1.00 SUPER SUDS - Large Box 23c LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . STAYMAN APPLES - - . 5'lbs. 49c TEMPLE ORANGES - . doz. 49e POTATOES--U. S. NO. 1 - 50-lb. Bag 99c ESSKAY'S CHICKEN BACKS and NECKS - - EVERFRESH CUT CORN - - BLUE STAR CHICKEN PIES (ALSO BEEF and TURKEY) T. V. DINNERS-- CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY - 59c 5-1bs. 59c 2 for 39c 5 for 95c able to attend the banquet were read from Richard Stein of fine Yokefello~vs Bible Class, the Rev. Richard Nea,1 of ,the Lutheran Church and the Rev. Carlyle Mc- Donald of the Charles Town Pros byterian Church. Group singing, led by Glenn Rams burg. included t'he singing of several numbers before the Rev. Telephone 2492 grandparents Mr: and Mrs Jack Downs, all of Garret/is ~I.ill, Md. The deceased was ,an enlisted Re- serve in the U. 8. Army and had recently returned from Korea. The body was removed erom the Eack- los Chapel on Wednesday ,for a double funeral service at 2 o'clock p. m. xt the Church of the Nazar- ene with the Rev. Fox and Rev. Po~s officiating. In termen~ of the young couple was made in Eben- eezer Cemetery where ~h~y were buried beside each other. The third victim of the dis- tressing accident was Earl. Rich- ard Ashbaugh, 19, of Knoxville, Md. He was a son of the late Rob- er~ Ashbaugh who was killed in an automobile accident several years ago and survivors are his mother Mrs. Rosanna Fleming Cooper and step f~finer Mr. Ray- mond Cooper of Knoxville, Md. also :two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Mox iey ofSparta, N. C. and Mrs Ra- mona Weddle of Legore, Md., and two brothers, Robert and John Ashbaugh and a grandmother Mrs. Annie Fleming all of Sandy Hook The body was removed from the Eackles Chapel on Men day afternoon 1:o fine late home in Knoxville. The funeral was held from (~he Ebeneezer Church on Wednesday morning at 10:30 o',clock, with fine Rev. Wesley Ctiur~l)ey offiTiating. ~ Interment in ~he adj6i~i~ Cemetery. Mr. ,and Mrs Arthur Thompson and llttle son Ed of Souderton, Pa. spent %he weekend with Mrs. The mpsons parenJts Mr. and Mrs C E. Garten. Dermic Wyndham, son of Mrs. Alma Wyndham has been quite ill for several days. Weekend visitors at ~the home of Mrs. J. W. Ramsdill and family were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MeN andes of Balston Spa, N. Y. Sunday dinner guesst at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb were Mrs. L. N. Henley of Wash- ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glover and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Glover and Tamily of near Gai,th- ersburg, Md. A birthday dinner including a cake with candles was served in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Henley. Several relatives and friends were 'callers during the day. Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Sehaffer and family of Chambersburg, Pc. were recent visi,tors at the 'home of Mrs. J W. Ramsdll'l and f~mily. Death of 7 Month Old Infant Services were conducted on last Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Ebeneezer ~fefinodis,t Church in nearby Loudoun County, Va. for April Sue Wiles, seven-month old daughter o~ Mr. and Mrs. I~nald Wiles of Loudoun Heights, .former iy of Bolivar w~o died in Charles Town General Hospital on Thurs- day ,after a ~hort illness. The baby Robert Hiller conduCted a brief memorial service for ,five mem- bers of the Builders Class who have died since the last banquet. Mr. Hiller read ~he names of Ray mend Furr, Grover Bush, Hershel Dailey, Glenn'Moler and John H. Goode. His remarks were brief but ,tou(~hing in noting the passing of the f.ive veteran members of the class. Taking for his subject, "How to make a speech", ~the Rev. ,Mr. Par- sons spoke largely in a humorous vein and kept t]he audience in a jovial mood throughout his fif- teen-minute address. He sa~d it is good to learn .to laugh and that very often Church members do not l, augh~ and enjoy life enough. H~ closed ,,his ~mlk wit?t Sever~tl re$~ marks of a more serious nature. The banquet was brought to a close with the singing of 'Blest Be H. R. Reynolds, Shenandoah By Mrs. G. E. Webb Junction is receiving his fourt;h certificate of membership in ~he~ ~ --- -- West Virginia 100 .bushel corn Death of Mr. John Henry Taylor club. Mr. John ~enry Taylor, aged In four of the past five years 87, retired carpenter of: Sampies Mr Reynolds has qualified for and Manor, near Harpers Ferry, died received cevtifi.cate of membership at his home o,1 Sunday, after a in the W. Va. 100 Bushel Corn brief illness. Born in Dargan, Md. Club. a Iew miles from the Perry he The variety of corn grown eaoh was the son of the late David been received and are available and was a member of the Church to anyone interested, of God there and was well-known in the Bolivar Harpers Ferry area, Well Child Conference His deceased wife was the fornmr Miss Myrtle Myers. Survivors are bwo daughters, Mrs. Pearl I. Cram Dates Are Announced of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Arbutus Otzelberger of Mountain Locke, Md.; three sons, Gardner Taylor, Announcemen~t was made by the of Hagerstown, Md., Gilbert Tay- Jefferson County Health Depart- leE, of Baltimore, Md., Donald ment this week of dates for hold- Taylor sot home and eight grand- ing Well Child ~:onferences in children and 10 ,great grand-~ Jefferson County. The da,tes and children The body rested at the places will be as follows: I Eack~les Funeral Chapel until on The Charles Town Well Child Tuesday afternoon, when it was Con~ference will be held in ,%he removed to the Samples Manor basemen~ of the County Building Church of God for services with the Rev. Carroll Churchy and the ThursdaY,1 and2 p.m.March 12, 1959 between Rev. John Myers officiating. Izt- In ~hepherdstown at the War torment was in the Samples Man- Memorial Building IVonday, Mar- or Cemetery. ch 2, 1959 from 2 to 3 p.m. The body of Mrs. Cornelia H. In Harpers Ferry in the base- McQuade, who died on Wednes- merit of the Camp Hill Methodistday, Feb. 18, in Washington, D. Chur~h Wednesday, March 4, C. was ~brought ~o the Dailey 1~49 grom 1 to~2 p.m. Funeral Home on Friday, Feb. 20 where the Rosary was said at 8:30 Drive CAREFULLY, The LIFF on Friday evening. Requiem Mass YOU Save 1M[a~ Be ]fOUR OWN was in Wasbington, D. C. Friday morning. Graveside services were conducted by Father Ryan on Sat urday 'afternoon at St. Peters Catholic Cemetery in Bolivar She was the daughter of the late Cor- nelius J. and Elizabeth Burleigh of Harpers Ferry. Her son was the late Colonel Thomas J. McQuade of Charles Town. i JoHn William Greenwalt, 57, re tired from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company, due to disabil was the granddaugh~er of Mr. and Mrs Harry Wiles of Loudoun Hei ghts and of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ,Viands of Ransom The Rev. Robert Mayou had charge of funeral services and in- terment was made in Ebeneezer Cemetery. Besides the parents and grandparents Vhe baby is survived by one sister. The body rested at the Eackles Funeral Chapel until Sunday. Mrs. Dewey Meadows of near Bolivar is visiting her daughter i~ty died suddenly at his home in Sandy Hook on Monday morning where he lived with his widowed mother Mrs. Mary Greenwai. He had never married. Besides his mother he is survived by four sis- ters and ~wo brothers, all of San dy Hook, Md., Mrs. Mazie Hack- ley, Mrs. Harry Kronk, Mrs. Nellie Nuice, Mrs. Marie Mist, M, Howard E. Greenwalt and Joseph,~. Green walt The deceased was a Veteran of World War II. He 'was a B & O. trackman for many years. His father, the late Abrs~ham Green- walt. died some years ago. The family lived in nearby Loudoun Cour~ty, Va. for quite some time and the deceased was ,born there. The ,body rested ,af~ the home in Sandy Hook until Thursday when it was removed to the Ebeneezer Methodist Church in Loudoun Cour~y where services were con- To settle the estate of the late R. H. McAtee, I will sell the following Personal Property at the late farm, located 3- miles West of Berryville, Va., 1-mile Off Route 7 at t~e Clarke County Motors, on Route 653, on FRIDAY, MARCH 13 AND SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1959 ORDER OF SALE WILL BE:--Farming Implements on Friday, March 13, and Dairy Cattle and Equipment on Sat- urday, March 14, 1959, BEGINNING AT 1O:O0 A. M. 100 - HEAD DAIRY ,CATTLE - 100 Fourteen Holsteiz~ Cows, full flow milk; Guernsey Cow, full flow milk; 25 Holstein and Guernsey Cows, will freshen by day of sale or shortly afterwards; 28 Holstein and Guern- sey Cows, will freshen in June and July; 18 Holstein Heifers, will freshen in April; 7 Holstein Heifers, open; 5 Angus Heifers, open; Angus Bull Calf; Holstein Bull, 2-yrs. old. All Cattle T. B. and Bangs Tested 30 days prior to sale. DAIRY EQUIPMENT :---Two Milk Coolers, Farm Mas- teE Water Heater, Strainers, McCor.-Deering Milkers with ducted by the Rev J. W. Seay of 3 Units and Pipeline for 20 cows; 30 ten gallon milk cans; Brunswick, Md. Interment ffl the OLD FROTHINGSLOSH - - - 83c wash up tank and can rack. Ebeneezer Cemetery. Three Auto Deaths VALLEY FORGE - - - 87c 13 HOGS:---Eleven Shoats, 2 Black Sows. Local funeral direotor J. Donald Eackles had charge of the funeral G U N T H E R - - - - 87C ! 4 HORSES.----Mare (leader) ; Mare (strap of the three young people instant- ly killed in an automobile accident S C H L I T Z - - - - - .- $1.25 horse) ; PAIR OF MULES (leader and strap mule), in Rippen, W. Va, (Jefferson Co.) (6 PACK THROW, AWAY BOTTLES) . FARMING IMPLEMENTS on Feb. 22 at a very early morn- ing hour. The victims were Anna A R R 0 W- - (Caas) - - - , 83c TWO FARMALL "H" TRACTORS, Oliver 60 Tractor Marlene Breeden 18 of Loudoun Heights near Harpers Ferry. She ALL POPULAR BRANDS with cultivator, mower and 2-way Oliver plow; Oliver 90 was a seniorin~heLoudoun Coun Tractor, New Holland 66 Hay Baler with motor; 32-ft. Sam Mulkey conveyor with gasoline engine; Ontaria 13- 7 disc drill, John Deere tractor mmaure spreader, wheel rake, used one season; John Deere disc plow, Oliver gang plow, 2 rubber- tired wagons, 3 McCor.-Deering disc harrows, McCor.-Deer- ing corn binder, corn planter, 2 single row corn planters, pulverizer, 2 hammer mills, John Deere Binder, on rubber; lever harrow, 2 McCor.-Deering horse mowers, road drag. side-draft disc harrow, McCor.-Deering riding cultivator, double :shovel plows, barshear plow, dump rake, wheat fan, hog oiler, ty High School in Leesburg, Va and a daughter of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ermon L. Breeden of Loudoun Heights. She was the granddau- ghter of ~Ir. and Mrs. George S. Cogle of Loudoun Heights and Mrs. Viola Breeden of Winches- .teE, Va. and Mr. Luther Breeden of Harpers Ferry, Route 2. The Col lowing sisters and brothers sur- vive; Mrs. Naneva H.aines of Lex- ington Park, Md.; Mrs. N~omi Mac Issac of New York City; Zel- va Jane Breeden and Lula Belle Broaden at home. Aaron Lee Breed ~n., U. S. Army Okinawa; George Herman Clifton W. and~ Lor- ing E. at home. The body rested at .the Eackles Chapel until Wednes- day when it was removed %o the Church of %he Nazerene where seE vices were conducted at 2 o'clock the Rev: Fox and Rev. E, Potts. Miss Breeden was en- gaged ,to "~reddy" Conway also killed ,in ~he accident and the marriage "w~s scheduled o .take place ,after graduation. The ac- cident happened shortly after mid night on Saturday night. William Frederick Conway, 22, son of Mrs. James Moore and step son of Mr Moore of Garrets ffvlill, Md. and ,a clerk at %he B. & O. Railroad Yards in Brunswick, Md. and engaged to Miss Breeden was anofiner victim of the accident. Besides the parents survivors are two ~te'rs Mrs. Ro~e little Them pson, Mrs. Betty Anne Muncy and HELI) YOUR CHILD IN SCHOOL! A MAGNIFICENT 18 VOLUME LIBRARY FOR/YOUR HOME! Volume 1 Only 25c Volume 2 Through 18---Only 99c each Buy Book A Week! (OPEN EVENINGS 'Till 10:00 P. M.) Monday Thru Saturday (Quani/ity Rights Reserved) Always P nty of FREE PARKING! / FIVE $7,00 MERCHANDISE COUPONS will be given a 'ay. Just enter name, etc., on blank and drop container at store anytime Friday or Saturday. Drawing will be held Saturday Night an Winners Names will be posted in store. Name..: ...................................... Address or Phone No ......................... and ,f,$mily Mrs. Gene Cowalt in Chicago, Ill. Two of the four child 'ren Rebecca and Garry Fritts liv- ing in %he Meadows home are stay lng at the home of ~r .and Mrs, Vernon Webb and %wo children Jerry amd Ginny Fritts are staying a,t ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Capriotti. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clevenger and daughter Sharon Lisa of Gar wood, N. J. spent from "l~hursday until Monday at %he home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb near Bol- ivar. Accompanied by Mrs. Webb and son Randy they visited he for mars sister Mrs. Mary Lou Stan- toy in Frederick, Md. during ,their Visit. Applications were given out on Monday night to ,the loi~al Boy Scouts for Summer Camp at Rock Enon at Gore Va. beginning in June. This is a fine form of en- tertainment for any and all ~couts where they can learn many 'things worthwhile and enjoy out door li~e. It is hoped that ,the par ents of Scouts will give this Sum- mer" Camp serious thought and plan %o send t~heir sons if possible, David Staubs, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. John Snider and living at Sheir *home entered *the Charles Town General Hospital on Sunday 9veni~Ig ,and underwent minor SUE gery oh Monday morning for ~he removal of a growth on his arm. ~t returned~ home on Tuesday af- ternoon and is getting along tucely PERSONAL AND SOCIAL SHEPi ERD JOW By Mrs. Robert Knott Mrs. Bessie L. R~u and Miss tinsburg. Miss Charloete Koontz motored to slides she had taken Washington, D C. and spent Men to Alaska and ,the 'a: day Snore with Mr. and Mrs. Don- On Mar~h 2 ~,he ] ald Paterson and La Mar Rau i ' neXt w 11 hold the,r Miss Joyce McDonald of Mar- Father Finnian M~ tinsburg who is employed at the S.T. will discuss "WI Civil Aeronautics Board in Wash ce". ington visi,ted the Shepherd Col- r)r T.t~,,i~. ~/" .Tohn~ ]ege campus on Monday She com Pro/essorof English pleted her work for a B. S. degree .... " -:?," sl~ la~ summer and ~ll roceive her ~oo~ oooo, o~--~~'~'~e:~a~:~' diplortm in June. During the last Elementary School Cwo years at the college Miss Mc ,,~. ~.~ "r~, ~oi~ Donald worked as a tudent as- ' J sistant in t, he book store, erature " " Mr .and Mrs. Eugene W. Lowe Shepherd, College ' of Philadelphia spent the week- ented at the annua~ end here at the formers home. the .American AsS They came ,to see Mrs. John D. School Administrators Lowe Sr. who is a medical patient lan.~ic City Februa in Kings Daughters Hospital ~n Presiden,t OHver S. Martinsburg. ..Dr. William Speg Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Knov~ Division of Ea~' of Halifax, Va. have been visit- on the program lng the .formers parents Mr. and The following Halifax at the end this week .they wi,ll visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Niekell in Falls Church, Va. and Lt. and Mrs. W. Jackson Knott in Dover, Delaware. Among the class of fifteen nur- ses who were capped Sunday af- ,ternoon by Kings Daughters Hos- pital School of Nursing were Alma !Lee Knott and Pa~ricia Ann Boy- er of Shepherdstown. The capping exercises .were held at the Shen- andoah Hotel. Mrs. Mary J. Scanlon and Dr. Sonderegger, members of the Shepherd College faculty on,teE- rained the Newman Club with a ~ralentine party in the Colonial Room of MeMurran Haft. En,tertainment was provided by Miss Ann H. Gardiner of Mar- MISCELLANEOUS )Air Compressor, cream separator, 2 water tanks, hog crate, stone crusher, hog feeder, gasoline engine, cutoff saw, roll of American @ire, wire streacher, 2 butchering pots, chain saw with port hole digger; drill press, pipe vise, bench vise, forge. screw jack, anvil, 2 jack hammers, cutting box, drill bits, log ' chains, drums, belts, 3 tarpaulins, lot of harness, tools of all kinds, and articles too numerou% to mention. 2 FORD DUMP TRUCKS. Also Remainder of flay and Corn not used for feeding by day of sale. TER~S:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. SAM T. McATEE" EXECUTOR. W. D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rights Reserved. February 26-~t. WHAT'S GOING ON IN students of She ted ,their uation at the end ester-Mrs. Fann,ie vey W. Everiets, Barbara Harris, boy and Carl L. PlUm, Since degrees once a year they degrees at merit exerciss In Allen D. Ladd was Monday to the Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. and their neice of La Valey, Md. end at ,the home Knott. Mrs. ShipleY this week with ]]el D. C. James who in Shepherdstown. By Mrs. Roy Breeden Little Dabble and Rickie Braith Mr. and Mrs. waite were Monday evening visi- lin and ,c fildr~ toEs with their grandparents Mr night visitors w ,arad Mrs. John Edgar Smallwood Charlie Mauck of of near town. Mrs. Hortense Mrs. Jane Oft visited with Mrs. width Marguerite: Roy Breeden and :family on Men- other Stanley De! day night, asse.bly meeting Mrs. Richard Braithwaite a- Pc. on Monday. long with Mrs. Carl Kranenberg, Mr. Arthur W .Mrs. John Braithwaite and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L Bud Baker and son Glenn was in Winchester on Monday night vis onMr'sunday.and Mrs. EpP tting Mrs. Wanda Baker who is a "The /Key Kit, patient in the Winches~r Memor: ~1 H0'.~:I)itaL .......... F?ancis Frye, I Mn and Mrs. Roy Breeden and Bob Wills sang sons were Sunday viistors with burg Lions Club Mrs. George Breeden and family ing. Mrs. Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Small- spent Sunday wit wood and family We are gl,ad ~o see Mrs. Wallace Eddie Levi of Foltz back to work and Mrs. Ka- in fine evening ~hleen Atkins out again after a Front Royal, Va. few days of illness . Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McDow- MRS. BUSHONG ell and daughter of Washington, D. C. spent Sunday with ,fine for- mers mother Mrs. William Mc- DoweH. Miss Elizabeth Webb and bro- ther,David visited with Mrs. John Gopde Sr. of Btakeley Place on Thursday evening. Mr. Arthur Webb was a recent visit~r with Mr. Dewey Hill of Charles Town. Mr. Hill has been very much indisposed this winter but is feeling better now. Mrs. Erma Hough visited with her sister Mrs. Myra Braithwaite and chi,}dren on Monday. Mrs. F. L. ;Pecker MondaY, p. m. when ~the Chapter of D. home of Mrs. Mrs. K. W. hostess. The herdstown. Members candlelight on March 5 gent at 2732 bY READ THE CHARLES TOWN GAS CO.'S TAG 'EM AND SELL 'EM -@@" 0{~ o 0 Once A Yeor ond Only Once A Yeor Toppan Authorizes Us to Offer Gigontic Sevings on e Limited Number of NEW 1959 GAS RANGES NOT tast year's mode-NOT discootinued numbers BU[ are pop r in facto seated cartons III NORTH CHARLES COMI LETE ESSOTANE 9 9 " PHONE ..G CHARLES %