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!!i!) ('i --., : ,,,, I Chamb n of Ran, 0n were . upper who WL h her much happinez ,, i SPIRIT OF 5EFFER,qON FARMER5 A ,, , , , ]guests on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch of[u ~ TI-IUO~nAV M B M ........... iMr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Washington spent the weekend I o---~ -- ........... MARCH 2, y IS. JuLIa wmpp plan(IS ]Sylvester. with her sister Mrs. Mary Gray-[, -'---- i Mrs. Wade Wharton on Con- son. Mrs. Paul Miller and grand-lspeeoy recovery. [on Sunday. +, + ] Mr. and Mrs. John ttampton]gress St. in Charles Town gave son were also Sunday dinner[Gave Birthday Party [ Mr. and Mrs. Charles J~ and son Terry of Baltimore came ]Mrs. Lester Viands and Miss Flor- guests. ] Mr and Mrs lley "Weller uave a ]low and son of Alexa dr up on Friday night to visit the]rie Price a dinner on Saturday Mrs. Morris Whittington and]birth~iay party Sunday afternoonJand Mr. and Mrs. Ken Let latters parentsMr, and Mrs Gar-[evening celebrating both birth- daughter Miss Mary Catherine]for their dauzhter ~Ielen who]her and children of 're qand ttenry and son David.'John ]days. A fine dinner including a Whittington of Washington spent [was nine yearsold Games were JMd. spent the weekend wi went back on Wednesday after-]big birthday cake was served by Thursday with their cousins Mr [played and refreshments 'of ice ]and Mrs. T. W. Dillow and ]noon and Mrs. Itanlpton and son[the hostess. Jackm and Glenn and Mrs. Charles Snvder. ]cream, cake, pop, potato chips] Mrs. Betty Gay spent t ]remained up until Friday night ]Viands and Mr Wade Wharton [ Jimmy Hammnnd " - Ch,~l,~ t and candy were served [week with Mr. and Mrs. Co ]when she was accompanied b ]a so helpedot celebratewith ] v n t th~ w~o~ond ]Those resent were Susan ]ritt and children of Stephe ........ . y l~- - Town recentl_ s,_en ............. P ..... "Va l her parents who spent the week- ]them. ]with his grandparents Mr and ]Jeanie and Laurette Grant, Suzan ] - .... /end in Baltimore, Md | Mr. Milton Popkins of Kable-IMrs Ed Hamm--n o,,] .... ~ ~,~ I ne Myers, Daniel and James Gra-i Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wl l/ "' " " ?: [town|~3~gk ." , ~marta~!(l~::~oomrgi ] ~. " , ~ - "nny''Mr:and ]and^. " ' ! ghM/r~ MT?lo~Yll:f Helr~sd~'~d inwW~t~hwah?all Cal~II~!l~'raWnicl[Sla~iia::: ~~ I ~Ie:ri?a~:l~ar'S?SrrtEl?]7 'S~?a[re~d:s:~i!!ts!~ SM~ -#--0 |came up on Tuesday night to[ P [spent the weekend with his nar-[and Brenda Housden, Raymond| , ..... ~spend until Sunday with her par-]~'ith his son John and family. [eats Mr. and Mrs. W. B. S10a~ [narison, Phyllis Weller, James] Mr. and Mrs. Merle W~ #__ |eats Mr Melvin and Mr,, D,..,~,.~, jSorry Mr. r'opKins has been on / ............ ", ]Padgett and Helen Weller lank cnnuren were guests t~ i,,ill,w--BH,,,,,flWP- I~ ~0~ . ............... . . . mrs. Lee uatterneia ana uaugn- " la rs |Frltts [the rock hst. [t-r ............ ] [ tters parents Mr. and M . .... e ~vars. r~eRn Morms ot Cnarles [ Mr and Mrs Ronald Wi]o.... | Mrs. Doms Herndon and daugh | ............... , ] ]ert Hardy on Sunday: _ ................. ~ ,,,u . . , xown VllS[efl Mr VlCl:orM as- ]~l |daughter Sherri and M-; D ..... ]ter Melody vlmted her mother- ] .......... _ .. ..'_ '. [ IkJl | | | |l | | | IIm [ Mrs. Bill King and Mrs. ~, -,~. --any . oouru an(/ ~ar. aria Mrsr~ooert of La da ' ~ ]Wiles and dau-hter ~ "-,,,-,-,,- [m-law Mrs. Margaret nerndon at | ......... [ ~ I t I_ 1[ | t t r [ urel, Md. spent Men Y [Heights Va and" : [Shenandoah Junction on Thurs- ...... ;. ] ..... -- --, ]Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pope, ~El Bill IPA YERg[ 1_,~'~7 ' "'. "_ . .':'-'" ~'""/,~,,~ / ~*~r" wayne wright t washing-~Y lVllSS Dorothy LaKe Mar Ldl a .and /37 an3V~)ramadeo?t~owCnmm:re: ~3" ]~ Mrs Robrt Webb and children ]~:m:P?t the weekend at his/ ~--- IJ~a~Ys Lil~ amd soMnnsr. " -~" ":;"viii ...... ~ re tim morner mrs Clar/ Mr and Mrs Pittman Russell w ~nesda., callers .................. ~o~ ~vim e were znursoay night .... :. . '" .... | Mrs. Dora Woods of Co ' [Mr and Mrs" ~]~'erttU~ianP3se~tr~ [callers with her aunt Mrs Beulah ]~celwr~nt remains a pahent in land Mrs. John Shirley of Win-]Va. has been visiting her. - .... " ~ .... " own ttospital /chester Va spent Monday with t r " nt land famil., near ,~- m ........ ~rrnts. ] ..... , , . . [le and son-m-law Mr. a [ .. j.. a t,c ~,o,,,e,y.| ~... c~).~ ~.~.o, ........... u.. /oars. t~ew]s ~ager who has been Mr and Mrs L E WiltshireEu ene Davi a ' ren - mr ana Mrs I eonar ................................................ ..... ] ..... 13 g s nd child , ler ^f ....... ::k..2 ~ v~"2"~" [on Friday with her mother Mrs I~~ was removeo to the t~haries ] Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and ] w u mal'ulistmrg were callers I:: ............ " '" ITown tiospilal Saturday Her son Kevin were Thurs Mliton r'opKms m v, ametown. . . guests of Mr. and i~ day afternoon w~th the let-I~ Mrs E~elvn Wiles of I oudoun ]many friends wish for her a I~rs Joseph Milton of Kabletown 1 GO TO CHURCH ~tersstep mother Mrs Mauoe ~ ' ~ " t .................... " | Smallwod ~nd family " ]Heights, Va. was a caller on Thur ] ~ ~ ---------- - t0 ~P~lCe like ~ | Mrs. Doris Herndon of Falls[sday with her ~randmother Mrs. l~ m m 1 Church, Va Mr and Mrs Donal~i IJulia Viands. Hovermale 'and" two chil'dren of I~,Mr" and Mrs. Dillow of the I'~'~"~~ '~):~~; ~;!ii~i~i~;~;;~i~i;~;~i~i~iiiiiiiiiiliiii iliill town were Wednesda,, ~* ......... t~a~r an~ mr. an~ mrs. r~earns I II.~I~'INM I~d I~'~f ! ,":~/Y ~:i:i:ii ~i ,y alL~lll~ll/ll . . : ,, ,: ~ -" . and two sons of Murrell Hill were , .... ":~ ~ ~, - callers w,th Mr. and Mrs Bert, , , ~ {t:'Ii:{ ~ ~ Viands Mrs ",-~,~ u,,~,,, .... ,, Imst Sunaay afternoon wsitors ...... :4 :~ ~:,::~.; ~ son Terry of I3alti~norei'~Id."were withsisterthe formers brother-m-law "'" ' |: ~i!!il -L,: ~..' :. i ~' i| ~E~glNa A~OUNTI Thursday mornin'- callers with anu Mr and Mrs Ross Stag .... th - - ~ [ner Jr ..... DRAPERIES IN ,:+i:i!i! ! : e wanus. . ~ : ,::~ ::i!::.: ~ i:~ ~,~ ur;n;~,~hi,, .... ~. ....~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popklns ofSO MANY SIZES ~;:':!::: ~ dau hter "Pana of the ........ IKabletown were Friday night call i~,~i~ :~ ;~ Checks can be safely mailed. Open g B1 ...... c~y it .... !~:': ::'! i~ : ers w h Mr and Mrs able John he hr wlr US. spent several days last week with .'" . , ,. . PIIDTMU ~ Ill ~ :: :i ': account, soon, her mother Mrs Mary Frye at ston ana aaughters. 1~UII//'tll1~ UI /4LL ii::! :/::'} ~ Point of Rocks, Rid ~ " ~ Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, TDVI:(: ..J 1"/ ii? i: :i }::i': :: :: Mr and Mrs Donald Hover 'Md. spent the weekend with his I//LJ GIIU JILL,} ......... :} male and two children Donna and parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert !i~:: ii::i, i' David and Mrs. William Penwell Frye. Broadcloths :.::L :::: of Murrell ttill spent the day Sun Organdy iii il i ]!i ii ! day with the latters son-in-law SHENANDOAH ~+:' +'+ : + a+----+ an ++ +.., " I+ ++++ +++++ + + near V' +V' ,o 90" i+ Bloomery. . : Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts ac- ~i~r, :+: companied their daughter Mrs. By Miss Lillian Myers TAILORED CURTAINS :{ Tommie Herndon and little dau ghter Melody to their home in Miss Wunder Engaged Rayon :~ ~ ES TONN Falls Church, Va. on Sunday after The Rev. and Mrs. G. Ernest Dacron :~ noon. Wunder of Hickory Ave., Balti- -:.-----~ ~' Mrs. Lester Viands and sons more, Md. have announced the Decorated Glenn and Jackie of Congress St. engagement of their daughter in Charles Town, Mr. Roland Miss Ruth Reiver Wunder to 54" to 90" length I :i il}i! Whipp of Millville were dinner Charles A. Thearle. He is the son .... i~iii:: ACROSS FROM THE COURT' HOUSE and supper guests on Sunday of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen COTTAGE SETS with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. J. Thearle and tile nephew of PEN-GLAS GLASS FIBER DRAPES! A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Irene W. Holden, Penning- Pretty Ruffly Styles in Short to floor lengths! Single to triple widths! Albert Viands Jr. and daughters hams Road, Baltimore. The wed- New Colors and Fabrics. 24 sizes! Hand wash'n hang in 7 minutes, no ironing MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery. ding will take place in March. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Wunder was pastor of Williams Are your windows short? narrow? Mrs. Catherine Holler of Bruns-Memorial Church here for six SHOWER CURTAINS tall? Penney's drapes come in the , wick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Sublette years and Ruth has many friends With Matching Window lengths, the widths, the colors you ,,t ..... I', Curtains in Decorator ...... NEWLY INSTALLED Colors, want!lously tailoredAll fine andfirstfinishedqUality'! metiCu-white, day guesst of her mother Mrs. Lu who is a patient at Hopemont San ~1' TIER'CURTAINS mint, toast, pink, beige, lilac, maize.--- pair cretia Meier and family, itorium. M A T E R N I T Y CAFE CURTAINS In stock or rush ordered. Mr. Melvin Hoffmaster motor- t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of D E P A R T M E N T By Miss Margaret Houser ed to Martinsburg on Sunday and Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Gard- visited his brotherand sister-in- her Loudan of Charles Town, Mr. With Complete Selection! Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mrs. law Mr. and Mrs. William Hoff- and Mrs. Bobby Loudan of Knox- P L U S LENGTH SINGLE WIDTH DOUBLE TRIPLE F. A. Hill mootred to Winchester, master, l ville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lou TRAVERSE RODS in inches WIDTH AND HALF WIDTH WIDTH Va. on Sunday and visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Allen of dan of Harpers Ferry and Miss A NEW AND CURTAIN RODS 50 inches 76 inches 100 inches 150 incheS and Mrs. Robert Hill and daugh. Boonsboro, Md., Mrs. Strother Edna Harding of Engle were Sun COMPLHE VENETIAN BLINDS 84, 90 5.98 9.98 13.98 21.98 ter Mrs. F. A. Hill remained for Morrison and Mrs. Berkeley Cus, day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold a visit, t'er of Charles Town motored to Harding and son and Mrs. Annie AND 54, 63 4.98 7.98 11.98 18.98 Mrs. Edward Morgan and dau. Terra Alta, W. Va. on Sunday and Loudan. ACCESSORIES 36, 45 3.98 6.98 9.98 14,98 ghter of Charles Town were Fri: visited Mr. Strother Morrison Mr. Charles Webb of Alexan- dria, Va. accompanied by Mrs ..... : Bert Loudan and Mrs. Strother Morrison motored to Terra Alta, D AV I S 0 F B A LT IM 0 R E w Va. on Sunday, Feb. 19 and, visited My. Strother Morrison who is a patient at "Hopemont MATERNITY Sanitorium." Mr. and Mrs. William Burke D R E S SE S II and son of Bethesda, Md. were tlae weekend guests of her par- $398 $109s II o tents Mr .and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmas t0 o ter and family. Mrs. StrotherMorrison had the MORE WAYS TO misfortune to fall on Wednesday MATERNITY i and brake her right arm. She has USE TIERS, CAFES! it in a cast. JACKETS Miss Alma Lee Knott, S. N. at ~,l ll~tht~.,~,,,..,~,,,.~ Kings Daughters Hospital was $2 98 $3 98 ~]f 'l~ Saturday and Sunday guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knot and family. Several pairs for high .... MATERNITy short windows them made , warPotom Edison W!ll S K I R T S . Marl Brochures Civil $3.98 .. your Wilh MATERNITY ! [ Starting in March the Potomac S P 0 R T S W E A R _ l Edlson Co. will be mailing with ~ + ~i~i~:" : their regular bills a cardboard Mix 'N Match--In ~ pamphlet with a detachable post- New Ripple Cottons card, entitled the "Valley News New Ribbed Cottons Echo." Phil O'Connell, advertis- New Prints ling director, said the cards, the !first of which shows a group of Matching Union soldiers resting at Harpers Jackets ' Ferry, will have a diffeernt color Slacks scene from the historic Shenan- Short Slacks z pairs of tiers or eaSes, i:: "= doah and Potomac River Valleys different lengths each month. Skirts The motif of the postcards is Jamaicas NOW! NEW STYLES IN NEW TIERS, designed to tie in with the four ~ NEW FABRICS--NEW COLORS! year observance of the Civil War $298 .98 Cenetnnial which begins in 1962. +it " Fiberglass 100% glass tiers. White The cards are easily removed sand, pink, nutmeg, yellow, green, from the accompanying literature lilac, blue, melon. 45 inches, 3.98; 54 which gives detailed accounts of ~ PLAN TO ATTEND 2 pairs of tiers or eases, inches, 4.98; 63 inches, 4.98; valance, various Civil War happenings of The with valance 1.79. the day. , Jr. Woman's Club O'Connell said that the first FASHION SHOW mailing will total about 150,000 / 36 inches long, 80 inches cards. The company plans to con At tinue the project throughout the Shenandoah Downs The new windows--shallower, higher from the entire Centennial celebration and , Tuesday Night, --look fabulous in the new curtain lenngth: it is likely that many nearby , March 7 at 8 P. M. i how many ways to put them together with areas will be pictured and des- Adults $1.00 sizes to choose from! Whatever size your cribed. Children 50c Tiers or cafes combined Penney's has a way to do them'in our new tiers ' The newspaper portion of the withside drapes cafes! brochure will also be distributed to schools, libraries and other in- ::;::::..`:::.~.::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::::":::r:::::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::~::::::::::::~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::.~:::::::::::::::::::.`.:::: ..... ~ ..... "" terested groups he said. :++ii ............... i~ENNEY;8 "OF+FER8""y0U ............................. 7::::::++++::::iiiii+i;+ ..... , |. Penney Charge Account... a regular 30-day Charge with option terms! 4 CONVENIENT WAYS TO ....... Time Payment Accognt for major purchases! Air conditioned umbrella is pa i!,iil , SHOP FO~ VOU~ ~AMIL.Y! ~ ::~::::[~ ........ tented. ........... ............................... ........................................... :. ................... ......... ............ 3. Lay.Away I 4. Cash l Phone Charles , W. a. France and +.ebell still split on means to