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)? LADLES SPRING DRESSES Packs and Packs of New Styles in Dressy and Sport Models for Spring. Sizes from 7 to 52--Half Sizes Too.$5.98 to $1 0.98 "THREE WAYS TO BUY-- Solids and Patterns in a Wonderful Assortment of Styles--Some with Imitation Fur Collars. IdFId'q qI RT CHIRT Dressy or Sport Styles COATS TOPPERS DUSTERS COATS ,.,.. v ,.,, v,i, ,.......v, in New Spring Numbers. Lovely All Wool Toppers--Popular Dusters--and All New Spring Patterns in Long A Wonderful Selection. New Laminated Jersey COATS. Sloeve Styles. Small, Medium, .9R & [ iJ WoolNeW sp ngFabrics Styles inTailored AllBy Large, "L 10 "98 to $22.98 "Campu$$1' en's Size $..98 & $..98 I[.98 1 . 19.98 -- KNff BLOUSES , MEN'S BOAT NECK SHIRTS [,adiesSLz4m-CottonI lits In GIRLS COATS-SUITS-TOPPERS 1 Knit Shirts with Three- & .98 $ .98 MEN S TROUSERS Quarter Sleeves. Jl.. .B. / [I Group of Girl's Spring Apparel " [ II Reduced For Clearance--Coats, $ .00 / New Styles and Patterns RAMBLE CORD CONTINENTAL TROUSERS Acrrccnmi:c I:nD ,A,.= II Suits and Toppers That Were V / InseamFr Spring,Altered29 tOFree.46 Waist. New For Spring---Cotton Cords in .98 MbbL.}jt rtlKJ I-t/Ill LIU/I[; === [[ To $10.98--Now One Low Price. EACH | Beltless Models. Men's 29 to 36 Waist. LADIES SPRING HATS ..... $1.98 $A.98 to $ .98 LADIES "MOJUD" HOSE -- $1.00 to $1.35 "=1= tkB BOY'S SUITS "SUPP-HOSE" SUPPORTSTOCKINGS. $4.95 GIRL'S DRESSES i MEN'S ADAM HATS $._ , i;eto2 ;O lL .98 LADLES SPRING . Lovely Spring Frocks in -" a Wide Array of Styles. The Crowning Touch for Yaur Spring Outfit. TeIe- 5 HANDBAGS Fabrics and Colors. scope or Pinch Front Styles. Lovely New Spring Styles Sizes 1 to 6x $7.95 $995 P/ AT Including Popular Straw --,, C $1"ps $2"9s %.e" $ :98 & $2.98 ACCESSORIE .98 to+1,2.98 ,,o+ +,,+o ,+ 1.98 & $3.9' + B.MENBOW OR FOUR. IN+ HAND TZ SV.sD.wHITESPORT SOCKS+:.... +i+i '0Y'S TROUSFRSt $ ACCESSOR, S F0R GIRLS-- and UP " 3 Pm'r New Spring Styles GIRL'S SPRING HATS , - - , - $1.98 BELTS OR SUSPENDERS $1"00 & Sizes 2 to 18 GIRLIS SPRING BAGS -' ..... 98c Subteen Sizes SHIRTS - - .98 o .98 GIRL S SPRING GLOVES ..... 79c V.NECK ORLON SWEATERS - - - GIRL'S COTTON BLOUSES - . - 98c J. B. Hwett, Jr. Will i Will Be Guest Speaker Be Y0kefell0ws Slmker !iLeet0wn Baptist Church Annbuncement has been made Revival March 27-April 5 that J. B. Huyett, Jr. will explain the lesson Sunday morning for members of the adult classes at the Charles Presbyterian Church. Joa A. Warren~eltz, president of the Yokefellows will be in charge of the opening exercises and will introduce Mr. Huyett who will speak at 10:10 a. m. Members of the Yokefellows, the Sydnor-Lew is Class, Senior Women of the Church and adults who attend Sunday School are cordially in- vited to be present Sunday morn- ing. A song service led by Mr. F. E, Branneman will begin at 10 o'clock for the entire Sunday School which will meet in the au ditorium of the Church before adjourning to their respective class rooms. Cbach Services For Calvary Assembly Of God The ReD. William P. Reed pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfav Boulevard on Fifth Avenue in Hanson announ cod the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. morning worship services at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic services at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday the Christ Ambassa- dors meet at 7- q0 p. m. Thm'sday Bible Study at p. m. RED. HOMER C. SOUTH Plans have been completed by the Leetown Baptist Church for a week of revival services to be held nightly at 7:30 from March 27 through April 5 it was annou- nced this week. The ReD. Homer C. South, State Missionary of the Maryland Northern Association will be the guest speaker each night. The public is invited and urged to attend these services. TI TRAIN TO BE A SCRAPER ,jr POWER+ SHOVEL BULLDOZER GRADER AND OTHERS TRAINED MEN $165 Per ARE EARNING OVER Week Complete Training Program, Including Actual Ex- perience :on Heavy Equipment. No Previous Ex. perien Needed. Mail Coupon For Complete Infor- mation. QU~J~II~ NOW ]- UNIVERSAL EQUIPMENT For the many high-pay- I OPERATORS SCHOOL, INC. ink jobs in heavy con- I 1216 Quarrier Street~ ~truction, butidins roads,Clmrle~ton, West Va~ pipe Un, ,I homes, office buildings, Name.. ' ..... . .............. etc. Local and+ foreign Ii Age ................ ,...~.... employmenttles. No need~Prtuni'to quit i Street ................. ~ .... Four l~sent Jo~ tmtii City ...... , .... State ........ are I "Phone, ..... r xa at 13kmae ..... [TEMS VICINITY OF OF INTEREST IN L By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20.F.024 Furnace Breaks Down This I Love ! Today (Monday) is the first Water at the foot of a hill day of Spring by the Calendar Rippling and dancing along until but is Happy Day for the local It finds its way to lake or mill school children who had a hol- This I Love iday due to a furnace breakdown. A garden growing on the hill Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anders Lots of myrtle the paths to fill ~and two daughters Marcia and 'Boxwood, roses and daffodils Kay moved last week from Avon Hill, the home of Mrs. Anders mother, +Mrs. Oral B. Hughes to the bricl~ residence formerly the Charles Town Methodist Parson- age which was recently purchas- ed by Mr. Russell Fritts who is converting it into two apartments he Anders family will occupy the first floor while Mrs. Elean- or B. Bush and son Stephen ex- pect to move into the other in the near future. On Wednesday night of last week Mrs. Ollie Zombro and nie- ce Mary Jane-DiUow visited the formers sister Mrs. Jessie W. Clipp. Jerry Marcus spent a week in Florida recently on business going by plane and returning last This I Love A cherry whistle in the gleam The step of a loved one coming home From a days work so cheerfully done This I Love Tallulah A. Hardesty LLT By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Genary L. Muse anc~ her daughter Mrs. Richard Johnson of Leesburg, Va. were visitors Tuesday a~ternon at the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sons. B. M. S. N. Marshall L. McAboy Jr. and his brother, L. L S. N. ie-Narco Charles Town went by fields, Mrs. Alec Costello and plane to Atlanta Ga. last week re i Mrs. Winerd Bowers were in Win turning late Saturday night after chester, Va. on Tuesday where servicing Coco Cola Machines in they attended the Director's In- Macon, Ga., Rocky Mo int, N. C.; stitute for Vacation Bible School Danville and Lynchburg, Va. Onleaders at the Presbyterian Chur- Sunday of this week he went to ch there. Nashville, Tenn. on business of] Mrs. Edward Young of Charles this nature. [ Town was an overnight guest Fri Favorable Comment Iday of her brother-in-law and sis- A number of co nplimentary ter Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd and responses have been received con on Saturday visited with her so- ccrning the poem "KabIetewn" ther Mrs. James R. Costello and written by Mra Stanley Hardes- family. ty. Her latest "This I Love" mer-i Mr. Wallace Ott, son Larry and its space ia this column. [Mrs. Bernard Ott were dinner I LOVE !guests Thursday of the latter's Children playing on the floor son-in-law and daughter Mr. and One or two three or four I Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family Dimpled darlings on the floor in Charles T~own. This I Love ~ Mra Rose Courtney and her A hen and chickens on the lawn daughter Mrs. Eddie Ahalt of Busy there since early morn Ranson were luncheon guests Scratching busily on the lawn Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- This I Love shall McAboy and family. Their A peach tree standing down the dinner guests on Sunday were lane i Mrs. Henry McKee and daughter Nothing sweeter can you gain Karla Kay of Charl Tqwa, Than peaches growing in the lane Mr. Austin ]Sowers ola Da- Did of Charles Town, accompan- ied by the former's sister Miss Dorothy Bowers motored to Har- risonburg, Va. Saturday morning bringing Miss Patrieia Bowers, a student at Madison College to the home of her parents for the week end. Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and her daughter Mrs. Elwood Bowers shopped in Winchester, Va. on Tuesday. Miss Mary Lane Costello spent Tuesday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Cos- tello on Sunday were dinner guests of Mary Lane's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello. Mrs. Bill Bowers of Charles Town visited her sister Miss Elsie Edwards on Thursday and also was a visRor with Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin CIevenger, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers and son Bruce were guests at a birth day dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and } 'Ptm sons in honor of Earl's birthday,[Ringe quotations of The Blue Livestock Sales at Charles anniversary. Town Monday, March 20, 1961. Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael were in Winchester, Va. on Saturday and were accompanied home by Mr& William Hoak Jr. and her new daughter "Marilyn Marie" born last week in the Memorial Hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Hoak and their family reside in Uvilla. Friday morning visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughters on "Briar. patch Farm" were Mr. and Mrs. Mau ce Pope. Mr, and Mrs. Jes' eph Ranallt and family of Mill- ville visited the family in the ev ening, Miss Donna Gray spent the weekend with hr uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Striclder of Berryvllle, Va. were,visitors Sun day afternon with Mr. and Elmer Wright and her father Mr. Samuel Strickler. Church Annoucemeat The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed in a Set vice of Worship, Thursday even- ing, March 30 7:30 p. m, at the Halltown Presbyterian Church. Mr, and Mrs. Willard Lynch and sons Dougie and Tommy of Hanson were dinner guests Wed nesday of their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyd and faro ily. Mrs. Paul Mills visited her un cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lester Payne in Loudoun Heights, Va. Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Douglas Bowers, son of Mrs. Winerd Bowers and the late Mr. Bowers entered Veteran's Hospital near Martlnsburg on Sunday x-rays and ot ervat- ion. Sunda Vkdters Visit0rs Sunday at +tl homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyc and fam ily were Mrs. Beulah ~oode and Miss Louise Boyd of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orr and children, Sue and Charles Jr. 38.50; good butcher calves 31.00 Miss Rachel Orr and her friend, to 34.00; medium butcher calves Ricky all of Baltimore, Md., Mr. 25.00 to 30.00; thin calves 24.00 and Mr. Jerry Jones and down; heavy calves 18.00 to 30.00 Donald and Wayne of Bolivar Blue head grade lambs 19.00 to Mr. and Mrs. Boyd's grandsons 20.10; red head grade lambs Howard and Charles Boyd, sons 14.00 to 18.00; red shoulder grade of Mr. and Mrs William Boyd of lambs none; butcher ewes up to Ransom Charles celebrated his 8:00; stock ewes per head none; 10th birthday on Sunday, March Good butcher hogs 18.00 to 18.- 12+ 50; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.00; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 to 17.50; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.- 50; heavy feeders and light but- cher hogs 15.00 to 20.00; shoats per hundred 28.00 down; pigs per head 16.00 down; heavy boars 10.- 50 to 11.50; stags none; sows and pigs 60.00 to 65.00; stock boars 11.50 to 16.00. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Annual Spring Cattle and Calf Sale 900 hd. Friday, April 7th. Receipts of cattle and calves moderate with a god demand for all veal calves, cows and hogs. Feature of sale was prime veal top $38.50. Choice butcher steers none; god butcher steers 23.00 to 24.00; ~lain to medium steers 18.00 to 22.00; choice butcher heifers none; good butcher heifers 20.00 to 22.00; plain to medium heif- ers 16.00 to 19.00; good bulls 19.00 to 20.00; plain to medium bulls 16.00 to IBJ)0; commercial cows 17.00 to 18.00; utility cows 16.00 to 17.00; carmers and cutters 16.- 00 down; cows by the head up to 205.00 stocker and feeder steers 25.00; 'stock heifers and J bulls bythe head up to 150.00;i Choice to prime calves 36.00 to! I I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r RMsss AI THURSDAY, MARCH USE THE CLASSIFIEDS Charles Town High Student Council At District Delegates from Senior High School spring meeting of District Convention Virginia Association dent Councils at School, March 20, Moler, Pat Rissler ville and Tom Doyle. Twice each year are held to discuss mong the various cils. Pat RissIer and er conducted a Makes a Good at this convention. ~nior High School to the fall meeting ern District LI I SOUND OF JOHNNY AND HIS ORCHESTRA (11 DANCING (9- 12) No Price htcrease in March 23-1t.-pd. Comer Washington and Polk HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. AND CHOCOLATE COVERED MARY FRANCES CHOCOLATES -- BASKETS FILLED TO ORDER -- ICE CREAM -- MIXED NUTS'I i ASSORTED EAS1ZR CANDLES I r