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March 24, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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R#t m rea2m r was her sister, Mrs. Roger Mil. l U|ee nkape I that banded the Empire bodice. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ,,, HVU~I u ~a~u,u~u bourne She was presented a birth |'1|~3 ||~U~:~q,Q l||i/} [The slim silhoutte of her skirt "~T~'D=r',A~ "~ArAn,'~YT 0, ,,oo ,P u ~, Pm m ~ day cake, ice cream, punch and I featured a taffeta back bow" and ant v,-~J,~a, :u~rtt.n ~4, J.~.o la.(s to nenamsoan homemade candy To Beom, A.,.d' Brjd, I pleated panel, which fell to chap-, ~~ Grace Hope Stonesifer who is " "~'" .... l el length while a candlelight sat-I U|ee D~$,~|+~|e, rA..|4~, member of The United States ~q~[Lm ~lll~ ~kitl~,~ spending the winter with her' #~B ~. m #, ~ ]in bow ]~'eld her bouffant viel oft1'1133 /OI|I~IU ~VUIIC:I I Force Band in Washington ~IOiUI~II ~IUU I~l~lllliJ~|:) nephew and niece, Col. and Mrs. i UT mr. mmev I.oox [imported illusion She carried a I ....... ' _ ., [will complete his tour of i m. . L.A. Gavin at Maxwell Air Force ! * I prayer book covered with white ] Will K#rAm$ |lln~ KrldDI in June. . :~:~:~:~::'~:.* ......... . . ,, ,,, ,*~,~,v,,,,~ ~m,~, wm,~, T weddin will lake lie "me Shenandoah Garden Club Base, has been a patient in Bap , ~ ..... ]lace, topped with an orchid. [.. he g p met on March ~ at the Jefferson tist Hospital, Montgomery, AlL. I ii~:i~!.~ [ Miss Lois Ann ~Lowe, a sister, kd. ~-----IJ kl--[ll kl--I----J | ~viay. ~Ottnty UlVlC uenter wire ~lrs: Miss Stonesifer returned yester-, |~; [of the bride was maid of honor. I Mr, OUIIdlU ~lt~lll I~UklliU t _ nugn ~aper~on as hostess ana day to her home on Maxwell A. J !'~i [ Mr. Wayne Warner, of Bait[. ~ ]~~i~::i~ii::~:::~ Mrs. David McMillan as co-hostess F. Ba~ much improved and is ~ i ] more, Was the brother s best man. i~::~iii~ -: I mg I~l Imlrl~/k| After the meeting was called to recovering satisfactorily. [i [Ushering the wedding guests' :' hADLr/UwPI order by the President, Mrs. Rob- . SN. Reginald F. (Franklin) ! [were William B. Speg and Arthur i~::i:! ~i err t,eonar~, ~ memoers aria one Staubs, son of Mr and Mrs ]Shank[in of Hagerstown, Md i I Mrs. Mar[anna Smallw# associate member, Mr~ James ..... ::: ~ George R. Staubs, 130"Maple Ave.: I A reception followed the eere- i:~~il ...... .~..~,.~+~.~f~~,~-~.-~:-~'-~.~:~.~ll mason answered me rol eal ~ .... : . : v ~-~..~:~.,',~,~++'~.~+:.".~,~+:,~.~.~.,~.'.'*~ . ,.. - . . i 1: ~i~'::' ~ Informed his parents this week[ ] mony in a chapel beside the chu- ~~: [ .......... ~rs. tieorge ~. kieiarich intro- ~;!i~'i; that he is on his way home after lroh ~~~i ueterrea ~rom ~ast wee~ duced the speaker for the day. :~:~:~~,~*~ a Mediterranean Cruise. He is [ if, ...... aa;,,. ,.;...~ c .... ~~~ll~~ Miss Margaret Ware ente~ Mrs Robert Creame~ of Winehest ~:: ::.~i; serving aboard the U S S Boston : I ....... l~~~ : ~ led the Kebletown W. S. C., " , ~+ ~ . ,~ ~prmgs in ~namplon, va. mr. er, Va. gave a most mterestmg ~: :~/: :::~. whmh left Boston Harbor in late] [an" Mrs ...... er .......... ~/~ ! [her home Wednesday ev. talk and demonstration on The +~:!: !L:: i September and has visited Italy, +{,~u .... ~_~_aru wut resme m ~~] March 9 beginning at 7:30 " ;' " : .... ""~ ' I ~nepnerusmwn ~ ' it Art of Makmg and Arranging : :~:::~ :: Snain France Greece Sicily and .. ... " . . . ~~~ Mrs Robert Sowers, pres ,, .. : ..... s. war er is a graauate ot . Flemish Flowers. . ....... : Lebanon Frankle a graduate of ............. called the meetmg to order, ...... :.::~: , : ::::: : .~-" : : ~nepnera ~ouege, ann is teacmng ~: ~: ~':::~! 1 Mrs. Leonard announced that ~:~ ~ : ~ Charles Town Hizh School. Joined : [ ................ hymn What A Frmnd We , ;~-.~ :: : ~ - - : ~:,~ ..... .... at lv~arunsourg ~oum ,Junior 1-11gn ; ~,: :": :~ : :':::~ - . the club s Annual dance will be ~: i~ the Navy in Aueust 1963 c.~.__, m Jesus, was sung, follow~, held on Saturday June 18th at .: (:/ Mrs Dorcas S'toneberger Lucas ~ ~ .... u,, a prayer by Mrs. C. S. Re.~ S enandoa Do s a d ppo" t IL~ -" ... i ~ ..... The bridegroom is a graduate ~:~:: ~ .... r I~ h _ h w n a m ed ~ill was m Charles Town visiting her ~ : I ........... I The lesson, St angers No Mrs Geor e He[dr[oh as Chair ~ ~:': m th " ot wemey Junior uonege in ::' ~#::: +:~:~t'~ : was resented by Mrs C D g " +::'~:~?l o er, Mrs. Alta Stoneberger, I :: I [ ........... I P . man of the dance committee. : ~::::~ for two days. Mrs Lucas lives in] ~ I [ over, eJ.,.anu u.nepnera ~=oJJege [ er. Scriptures were read i Members were reminded to re- Washington, D C and works at "~ I ne ]s teacnmg nigh school in ] John and Ephesians by me$ ~rve time for hostesm at the t .... ~ ....... e~ Mrs Reckley read He F ng ...... he Shoreham Hotel on Conn. +~ ~+;~r~' ...... " Annual House and Garden tour, ::::::~((:~:::)m Avenue in Washington 1. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows, i ..... I His Finger At Me."-- usa sponsored by the Shenandoah -- :i~$i:ili~ Pvt Donald L Ballen~er has r~arpers rerry, announce the en-ll m .hadenn ~llR~l~|f /olection of officers suggest :~ i,.~ ~! :'. " " ~" " iml~ M' " Potomac Garden Council. The ~::':::~:~:~.:~,:~.,. comnleted_ his basic trainin~ at gagement, of Rebecca Fritts. to] lfvlt vvavn I~Ul#IIUIa ] Minutes of the last met dates for this tour are A-ril 23 ~;~t] ]~nr? Ronnin~r as and i~ ~.a mr. Stamey Cook, son of Matilda ] ......... MISS PATRICIA COULTER [ were read by Mrs Clar an 24 ~:~M . . and Lorenz Cook near Berryvllle, Smallwood the Secretar d ~.~):::~+:':;.~:)!C~ mg a fifteen-day-leave wsth hlsl ..... I SolemnRed In Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coulter] , Y. cerning the State Meeting of Gar Tho Kearnevsville Presbterian ' Fro. hor dan~,hor'e wodmn , winter. He plans to return to I ed Doubl,m v .... mo / tist Church in Winchester, Va., now employed as Secretary of the | " g ' " P ' ! ~' ~" " ~-'~ " "~ '--" b th Rev J 1 home of Mrs Robert Sowez den the Green I Church was tlae scene of the cand [ Mrs. "Putman selected a dress"of Flor!da ~e end of March. _ I An August Wedding is planned [ Y~,.f __ _E. _C ark ....... Charles Town Detachment of the~ Charle- Town Diner, wrote ~uipnur ~przngs, w. t lelight wedding ceremony Friday I light blue silk orange with black t,l[ue umay veer, uaugnter ot [ . . [ xue. cuup~es, omy attenuams West Virginia State Police. Mr.| ~. _ ~ . _. . Va on 28, 29th and 30th Mem- evenin~ March 4 at 6"30 when laccessorie~ ann ......... r ,,;,t. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peer, Rock-I e,~ t m . .,~ /were: mr. ann lvzrs. Charles Writt Noland is a 1964 graduate ~f[. rouowmg .aujournmen~,_, bers made .tote bags and were [Miss ~bverly Faye Putman, of[carnations~. The ~ri~(~e~ groom'~ ville, Ud:, is visiting her grand-I nepnermown eta / parents of the groom, and Mrs. Charles Town High School and is| neSnteSs )eurr en ~ei~cl#:iare! a ill ar naTausWe [anoP atlKearneysville, became the bridelmother wore a sky blue dress aPna en is o sjnii ....... | tU eert uouson, morner ot me a sophomore at Shepherd College.| Mrs' i 'Kibler was en et r!. . . ~^ "lTUS l a n0me ! of Mr Nelson Gary Stolipher, of I with brown accessories and a cur- .. .. . s I In Hsar Talk ]In [ _. " . . A June wedding is being plann [ bri(i'al shower reeeivin~ eitner lviarcn z~ or 24 in oroer to i Woodl~urv .... Avenue Martinsbuva~, I sa eo .."f v"ink car-ati-',s ...... mis weeK. [ --- ..,.~..ran vim [ The groom is empioyeo at the ed_. race" ....... a.d u~efuf:" g,ft~-' - Th~S " make boxwood mats, to be used[ The bride is the daut, hter of l A recent]on followed" in the Mr. Calvin Fleming,Jr., and] ~ ~ m m /Charles Town Race Course, by ~ .... .... o '- a complete surprise to her at the State meeting. ]Mr and Mrs Roy Franl~lin Put-[Church social room where Mrs Miss Sondi Gilden, of Arlington,/ lq'~V/M' In %rmml /Mr. C. E. Miller. : , ,- : P ,,. ,t [ .......................... . . . .~ . . . I~i~P,..tie ~#~EBVVE~ Va vlmted Mr and Mrs Calvin Further discussion was held [ man of Kearneysville and the I Norman Whetzel cut and served -. ", .. . . . . / vim naran r, ~maer concerning the proposed Garden~ groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. [ the large tier Wi~dding Cake Fleming, ~r., overthe w eeKencl. [ The April meeting of the Shep-/~ ~u I: htll^m I ..... ..... ,-,, .' ~enter to .be estabhshed by the I Leroy O. Stolipher, 147 Woodburylwhich she had baked . mr. ann mrs. ~rew yon~!yn| herdstown Elementary P T. A | l ~ h l~ll~ l. I~lllVff Till R rnm Idav Brlda ] Wat La'at't nenanaoan Liar en uluo at the I Avenue, Martinsburg. I Mrs. Marvin Thomas presidednave. returned to rmr.iaa, after[ will be a covered dish dinner on[ , . .v ........ ,.1 ,,m. [ .... #e~::sel~au~~a[nY aUn~V~CnU::2et~at I The double ring ceremony was J at the punch bowl. ~2~eg +e~U?nsdaphae ~uen~ ]n[ MOnsda~) Apri~ 4, at 6:30 p. m. int~omptetes trmmg ,. ,.!...,_.,...... I z ,c. z~,c.oo 1 solemnized b the Rev Geor eI The bride is a graduate of + [ oi ca eteria " " Y g Visi o . . . PIF, blllllll$~ D. Jl:l$llllllill (A Single Roll) ! I ,the Garden Club of the A~r had " She her o " t rs Sunday evening with , ...................... ,Hunter before an alter decoratedl P dst wn High School. Her th- ~"o~-^-~ '--~ ,a,:~ ....... / The 7th grade chorus will stag/ --_ - _. .............. / ......... ,, a runic program over wt~rm = o,.a,,=.~ a.u ..,.~,,.~. ~e mr n r da e 111 U rn st e m, ....... ]with palms and eladioli [ husband attendedMartinsburg ......... "! several selections 1 : ----, . a u m s. m s w iam~ r ty pane s mu ~every monaay at J'a~ p m o . town were mr ano mrs ~arsnall " Stride of Charles Town an ott ..... "_. " _ ".. [ Mrs. Lee Morgan presented a I Hlgh School ........ .. -." - [ Followin this Dr Mehrlin [, r -[from stock to make room f rlor to me meeting cleliclous ..... . . wnson, or., aria son, evln, near . o nounce the en a ement f their 1 ,~f~oo~,~,, ......... ~.';.a ~... ,,^ I program of traditional weddmgI Leaving for a wedding trip Charles Town Mr ~-~ M~ ~| Assistant Professor of Speech, [ __: : .... g. g e .o .. [Spring Patterns coming in, -'. -'.o--"..-o --~-~ ~,,=', ~,~ -,~ ...... , ................... oaugnter ~aran r orrest ~o mr h.~t,~ [ mUSiC and accompanied Mrs. Will [ through parts of West V]rgmia rn~,..a ~nd My a~,~ ~ [ Philosophy and Religion at Shep- [ _: .._ . '.. .. : ] 1st. lam Sn der wh sa "B ,, ..... , , unarJes t~rewer ~eemann, son oi ," ......... |i y , o ng ecause ,[the bride wore a sapphire blue Ernes~S'l'usl~e~. j'r.'an~'d~au~l~;;'| herd College, will speak on the] -=-,,- c ....... - I ". . .... .. [ ' I Love You Truly," and Whither[ dress of lace over taffeta with . "' ...... / Supreme Court'sdecisionon I .................. nver,/ I Th " "" "~'~'""'" uoloraao, and the late Mrs See J,-~llllqL,ffli I~l : flr I:illh IN I id | ou Guest. | black accessories and the orchid "~" . .. " ..... [ Prayer in public schools All par [ :7 "[ .... z. -- ........ -- ..... ,-- aptam amuet laize, U mann tmeoraun uemr [ Escorted to the altar and given]from her bridal bouquet, Upon S Mar[he Cur s " " "'i ents and friends are urged to at-[ . " ..... { g ps, on ot r miss Strmer is a graduate oi M| ld AS | in marriage by her father, the]their return the couple will re- Mrs Martin Glaiz ^^'-| tend. [ .. " .... " " . , ... [ 121 N Charles St. - ~, ~,~ ~a~ wvet, Kanoolpnmacon woman s uol IWOllq, I; /IIUO][ I IUlII bill bride wore a own wich was a/side 112 their newly purchased .......... | i " "1 " ..... r., w ,uw ,~. , . ior uty in vietnam uaptam le e 1 tmarles [own, w v riDnle of ruffles in French do-/mobile home at Dodson s Village ..... | k J!... ..... a .... I g . She s employed with Inter-[ Pk..I.. 'r ..... Y.../*l..l. ~,s,,~,~;:'~'~a ......... ,-~...,a.~ ...... .~.,;*~" a~ ,~-~ve~'~-"='/ " " ~laiZewo has oeen serving the past/ ffll~ r~[]0V~,~,. LOW~ i [~~~ national. Business. . Machines Cur-] * S & H GREEN" STAM1~ t, li(IFiC3 IUWH/U[I t,lUU ........ / t years as Sea School Instruct-[ I poratlon in Washington. ] * CENTRAL CHARGE ._The Senior Club and Senior i?g eldqU oi wn v ge?: ikf l:ydii f mmmlm mmmm Or oat:o t a OUtsh,t: Ir and Mrs/Becomes-Bride Of I thMrscSee nao n Ssacgor d na eaf Mar. varents Booster Club will hold P P / I ]1~ ~ I James Calkins on the" birth of~ t " , " a dance at the Charles Town Turf wRh a finger tip length viel 1 I ~ ~'~._~ 1 ......... | t L a .~ I University He is presently a|~ ~,,~ ~ -- - = .... - :., t t .... a mezr secona uaugnter, Dana Me a-m,u m--ma,* .... - ..... , ..... ,- Club (Charles Town Raee~rack> ~=~ l ~A~P|m~HAII l Vail, born on March 21 in the) n, ~mmt.$ w~R~ ] ...... --- = -a ~~ ~ | on Frida March 25 Th -'-..-'^ ana wrums" Miss renoa furman,/ i t ............ .. , . ..... will be 7t ;nishefl by D on nd Stnerr :nJh rPdrjd a :Swme2jdt [ W [ [wjP;l enge l ?m a 3 o.Spl a : gh?jrSSofPegg rrs J a ,nn:s %w:; PRIMg PFI'IAI ! The ulassics, me very , i . . u i Calkins is the former Miss e ............ ...... ~::i~/~ ~li iis,a ~'~,~ ~a-=~rt-=~. di~,.~iA III ..... o-- -: .... ,.-. ...... - _ - , lnr it w l owe oom ....... ,:" .......... eroun magm~ their first anrmar, gru m S ~zs[er, lvzrs, ra[ nuey, ~^. , uz ~uep- "- _- ~ " - -- " ......-=" ~"-'---= and Mrs Darlene Stride, cousinMiss Elizabeth Gaskill Shortle" * ..... ~" .... herdstown,exchanged wedding - -. - Monday Tuesda Wednesda l] | ance in me area since the unrlst the bride." ~' vows t L , - y. y mas holidays. The admi ion Isof paug er of Mrs. George H. Short- m. .m Mr I rd n e 3hw ' PVT. PERRY DILLOW [] $1.00 per person and the dance They wore ping lener ' lace, Y,spen Hill, Charles Town, LOCal women mn/0 so " "'r ........ Private Perry F. Dillow, son of PIIDi r fl Ill a n oz m ann mrs walter warn r WI!I be held from 9:30 p. m. until mock bolero over blouse gowns nd Dr. Shortley of Bethesda, e~ -. o,,~,.,a_^ ~'~.~ " Mr. and Mrs. David F. Dillow, ofuwm ] m l " " Fr hm "n " " reneratm uaraen herdstown by the rector the Dillrow entere th" Arm *"(Experienced Operators Onl ) o Itlhf h/I I liP m'tts. . "es a. - .. ., , : ..... d e y on Y ~ They carried nosegays of Pink iss usan ,'orterfield and A group of local women, most eorge oohnston. December 13, and he is interested ~nt~m Polmld Carnations. Miss Lucy H. Moore, students at of them officers in the Shenan- Miss Lowe wore a long candle in /raving his friends write to VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP On all affstlm of llf+ mlcll Its love. m~rrtap divore~, b,,~el. ~w ~. ~l~- ula~tona mad m~tlom~ of ~! klntt~, Permanently loe~tA4, l~ pWlma~ trttler on my o~ra p~p- ~y on U: 8 11, betw~a uun~er RUl ~nd V&. iM, at~ LLue Look fol name on slra. ofn~ ho~ 10 &.m, to 9 p.m. dally ~d 8~md~t Olo~d ~ay. Mr. Victor Kisner was best man and ushers were Mr. Tony Tho- mas and Mr. William Tabler, Jr. Lou Ann Whetzel was flower girlwearing a dress of white lace over taffeta, with a ssch to match the bridesmaid's gown's. Kenneth Thomas was ring bear er. Miss Carolyn Whetzel was at the guest book, Ill I i II ON STATE ROUTE 9 + TURKEY- With UH flie Trimmings Tea or Coffee- $1.25 11:00 A. M. TO ? ? ? MAKE RESERVATIONS BY CALLING: 725-9936 -- Charles Town Penn Hall Junior College and Preparatory School, Chambers- burg, Pa., are spending the spring vacation at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil- ip T. Porterfield, Jr., South Sam- uel Street and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Moore, South Mildred Street in Charles Town. Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Sr., Jeff- erson Avenue, who entered the Winchester Memorial Hospital last Monday and underwent surg- ery last Wednesday, will undergo surgery again Thursday, March 24. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Treutle of Rowlesburg, W. Va., were the overnight guests Sunday with the litter's niece, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Peer and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shreck, Jefferson Avenue. SA Donald L. Campbell spent three days last week visiting his +ister, mrs. Betty Remsburg and ions in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, while enroute to Key West, to be stationed for eighteen weeks to attend Sonar School. Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Townsend of Bluemont, Va., had as their 7uests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Conklyn, Miami, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rothgeb and Karen, Beltsville, Md., Mr. and ~Irs. James Conklyn and Eliza. beth, Martinsburg, Mr. Billy Townsend, Washington, Mrs. Stanley Lydane, Washington, D. C. and Miss Emma Langdon of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartz, Jr., of Lancaster, Pa., visited with the latter's brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer from Wednesday till Sunday On Saturday they all drove to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer, Silver Spring, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Peer and daughter, Rock- ville, Md, Miss Nancy Lou Miller of Wash- ington, D. C., visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Miller, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Whittington, Halltown, announce the birth of a daughter, Kathy Sue, on March 18, in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Whittington is the former Miss Florence Virginia Henry, Mrs. Sadie Caton, who is a guest at the Knott Nursing Home, celebrpted her birthday last week with a private party. Her guest doah-Potomac District of West Virginia Garden Clubs, Inc., in- cluding Mrs. C. Manning Smith, President West Virginia Garden Clubs, Mrs. Robert Butler, ex- ecutive secretary, Mrs. W. Paul Cain, District Director and Con- vention Chairman, Mrs. Robert P. Leonard, Publications and Mrs. Louise Ramey, Publicity, and sev- eral others are planning to at- tend the 36 annual meeting that begins March 27 and runs thru March 29, at the Greenbrier Ho- tel White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Officers and District Directors of West Virginia Garden Clubs will be reporting to Convention on Monday March 28, at the op- ening session. District Directors will also have exhibits and will introduce the Club Presidents of their Districts at the Tuesday a. m. session. The State Chairman will at- tend the luncheon on Monday, wearing hats depicting their chairmanship They will also, ex. hibit with educational and infor- mational material at the Monday afternoon "Meet Your Chair- man" part of the program. GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAT I II II NEED ANY WALLPAPER? NEED ANY PAINT? LENNON'S DECORATING CENTER 121 N. ChaHes St., Charles Town Is A Good Plaee To Go. (Ask your neighbors). They have a good seleetlon of WALLPAPER in stock, (about 200 patterns), from Only 29e - Up +To $1.25 (A single Hold PAINT IS ON SALE AT ONLY $3.98 a Gallon (The No-Drip Kind, Too) Why Not Drop In Soon? THEY ARE OPEN: 8 To 9 Fri.. 8 To 6 Tues, Thurs., Sat. and Mon. Wed. From 8 A. M. To 1 P. M. P. S. - Or you can take one of their 68 Pattern books home to look at. P. S. No. 3 Green Stamps or "~ay.26 Central Chargo. light gown of exquisite embroide. red silk, designed with shallow decollotage, de.i-sleeves, and cur ving inset waist band of taffeta him. Hiss address is: Pvt. Perry F. Dillow, U. S. 52659989, D. Bat- tery, Second GM, G. P. (A. D.) CL.20-26, .Fort Bliss, Texas 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. lee @ @ CHA TOWN J Shredded Foam Bed PILIA)W _ Soft plump pillows of shredded foam. A regular 1.39 value. 5' RUG RUNNERS 24" x 60" foam back rug runners at this low sale price. Two Panel CURTAIHS Regular 1.49 two panel rayon mar. quisette curtains. Standard size. Snowy White PH.LOW CASES Standard size snowy white pillow case at this low price. Regular 99c Rag RUGS :Special purchase of rag throw rugs, ideal for any room, or as door mats. Lined PLASTIC DRAPES Regular 79c two panel plastic drapes with matching valance. Room Size RUGS Approximate 9 x 12 size viscose rayon pile rugs, foam back, 8 shades. A $20 VALUE. Full Size BATH TOWELS Speci purchaseof regular 59c num- 3 bets. Assorted Colors. R Grp, Ladies Blouses - Slacks. Cleseout of a group of ladies sports- wear that were to 2.99 each. Ladies Waltz Length GOWNS Special purchase of ladies rayon nightgowns in assorted colors. Lmiies 3 Piece PAJAMA SETS Broadcloth prints, with two bottoms, one long leg, one ahorty style for warm weather. Stretch Furniture COVERS Stretch to fit practically all style chairs and sofas. Ironing Board Cover SETS J Ironing board cover, pad, and metal iron rest, all for this low price. Chenille Throw RUGS Assorted colors in these popular fringed edge throw rugs that are ideal for any room. ,J "P-F" TIME AT ROSEN'S IN CHA TOWN /