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et,I i r.. / r r. . I# , I SPIRIT OI JLFtI RSON ir,s :merea rat To r0r G--A TH[TRSDAY, MARCH : 150 ,Ai5 ,, ...........'....~.~'~~~..."......'..~.~..'........~.'.....~.....'..~.'............~.......~.......~~...............~~.............. Miss Charles Town-Ranson Title oo o, , son Steven o[ l:~andallstown, Md. McClean, Va. ~ ~[(4 [I Mi~s Thelma Hardy is spending [ Having already passed the 4,0;'0 ...... Iwere Sunday visitors of the for- Mr. Leon Longerbeal~,l ~ r"the Easter Holida,,s with her mo ,mile mark on an extensive vaeat- A total of 34 of Charles Town race track. Three of the runner-[~%t?h~I~IherHM~? T. D.ttOtt and son is a surgical patie~. ~M I thel ...... ion travelin- tril~ Mr and Mrs and Ranson's loveliest young lad- ups in the contest will also be rid ". ..... ,!'-...~IY~_." . ,'~. ..... [C!mrles 'town General~) F V F R V h A V A [!1. "'. Mrs, Ella Hardy, Blakeley I Merle Alger ,just recently viisted ,i~ ...... r~,. ~-t .... ~ *~,~ .... " * ." ' " I .... ". w.uer~ ,aee.~," o~ Dru.s-lwe w~sn mm a speeuj.;;,m~ }' n',~;l'}-~t~:,.~" i~'~,,l'2"~oh~"S~'n mg on the lloat, lwick, Md. was caller of Mr. and[ Mrs. ROy Pulse of yJ[ a. ~ .. i i i ~ ~ i rs [[ Apartments, ,vanson. [ Hollywood and Los Angeles and t,, ho st-~od by the Jefferson Coun Giz',s who have entered the con I Mrs. Eugene Writ and daughter [ ~s a medmal paUent at'.~]~ If Mrs. Charles Myers of Charles [are now on their way to san Pran :~y ~Sayce~e_ettes to name "Miss test to date are: Donna Robinson, 'Cindy and son Lee on Saturday. [Town General Hospital 1 . IlTown is a surgical patient in the cisco. They report the weather Charles Town-Ransom" And one Sevilla Wass0n, Kay Myers, Bar- Mz'. Roy Pulse and family of Iner a speeay recovery. ^~i 7.-7.2 27/.2-Z- :7,'72:" Z2 ' --., =aMr. =_ Hag . Nursery facilities are available ]miles East of Oharles Town, struck ,~,~,~,~,~#'l.~'~'/l,~',f~V~ p" m least on U. S. Route 340 about 2.3 I werc.__~unaay_ S2~ C k Staubs illlnL I Esslcay's gun-Up Bacon lb. I l/ dscaPed DELUX|SALTINES.| MARGARINE' ." ~-"' l-lb. pkg.bx 25catagem/11 wincno e,...R,chm0nd... ,=emr*G,rl. W,ilalHospital, i rine,, and tt~eir trip hi ghly enj oy- wih .......................... o~eil;ne !of them will be named the win- bara Coul!e,' Kay Lee Dazlene Middlewaywere Sunday visiLors off Seaman Donald T. ~ -__ laffll I O I lWinchester, Va. able. nez" and crowned as the Queen of Heft'nor, Norn~a Smalwoo'd, Pattie- Mrs. Mary Cline I son Donnie of Ranson 7.~ ~'- iFBr li~il L~ I l] Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gray ofl Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith of iCharm Apri1 17 by the C. S. Sen- ia Osbo,alD, Joan Oriffith, Linda Seaman and Mrs Donald Odenttrs r_.the latters pare2~ mr I~" ! ill li| I ilRansn will celebrate their 50th [Ranson are the proud parents of i ator Jennings Randolph on a pro Andrews, Darlene Dillow, Betty and son~ Guy andFzankie of Bak ]Mrs' r'orrest Hostler u'~]r[ ~'1 ....... [Iwedding anniversary on Easter la daughter, Alice Katherin, born I gram to be staged at the Charles Cain, Gera:dme Peters, Judy O1- erton were Sunday evening visitors I, Mr. and Mrs. Gle~ all I ISunday. l in the Charles Town General ttos Town Junior High School. den. Catherine Kimes. Joan Bud- of the formers mother Mrs. Nellie I .~eesm]g' va. were ~'~7-i~ Iblf"l III f'l II Mr. Baker Hall of Charleston, I Pital Sunday morning. This is . Later when ~he annual Winches denhagen. Dorothy Butler, Nancy Oden and family. ]~oz's OlLne Ja~ers.pare ~'~i~ '~ed IP I Ili'i HI II w. Va. arrived Tuesday morning I their 3rd child and all are girls, i ter Apple Blossom Festival is held lVIartinez, Judy, Ranalli Charlotte Sgt and Mrs. Joe McGuire and I Mrs. e'm'z'es~ eele$ IIII Illi I11 [[tovisit his sister lViiss Louisa HallI Mrs. Nansey Swartz, Congress lon May l, Miss Charles Town_Ran Welsh, Jean Perks, Nancy Atkins, son i~Iike of Washington, D CI N,r~ ]ss~ner o a.e .... r,~. liar her home on East Liberty St. IStreet remains a patient in the ]son will be entered in the ,Shenan Wanda Wharton, Martha Welsh, spent the weekend with Seaman ] and M~ss ~c~)y ~dW~J~,~ ~l. .........E IN RANSON ~Mr Hall was called home due to I Washington County Hospital Hag doah Valley Division of the Festiv Joyce Jenkins, Jean Kable. Alice and Mrs Donald Oden and sons i~on wm~e f.rmay eve~,~ ._'7-'-- AT THE (~IICUL lithe deatll of his brother Mr. John[erstown, Md. where she underwent, al parade. Styles, Glandel Mangrum, Diane Guy and Frankie and Mr. andl~*~ar'~" txeme uden anu~{~~ __ ~o1~ m |IH. Hall. Isurgery last Wednesday of both The local beauty queen will beO'Bannon. Jean Lorenz, MarleneMrs Frank Kidwiler and family[ ~ -----~2.~li. ; O[JR SPECIALS Start on Thursday il . Mr .and Mrs. James Bryan and ]of her feet. ! riding in that parade on a riot Kisner, Elaine Lloyd, Sandra Heh- ot Bakerton [~,~,~,~.f',~,~,~.~'~*,~,~,f.f~ eder: Ilcnildren oimmie, Anne and Betsy I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Wil- sponsored by Shenandoah Downs le and Suzanne Leg~e. Miss Emma Lee Hostler return- [ -~ ~, ,~ , [~ ~lfi. [Iof Philadelphia, Pa. are expected Ison Jr. of near Charles Town and ~~ ed to'her home from spending sev- I l'~ U 'l' 1 t~ 1~ Lion Friday to spend the Easter I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall H. Wilsonthe Senior Choir under the direct-I'll" L dt lie | oral days with her sister and brol 3 T~, II I I I T ~ k~ P ~ I" ~ [/weekend with Mrs. Bryan's par- IS:'. of Kearneysville were supper inn nr Mr~ Owo~ (:nnklvn will be II~$~ M[~ H|~#,$~ thor-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I PAI~'!~ ~er.~'t I_J II ILl [ m m / m [ ~'~ / ,~ /lents Mr. and Mrs. John, S. AI- ]guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bo- ,7~'~(~(~,,~',.,,:~',~ i~'or~fiood [/qVV I'lli|VI Ill~|ill~iJ~ Seal and daughter Patsy and son I ,m ~:~n?'~T~[~-_ k~" " ...... their home on Southlhrer, mg Pool, Md. Saturday Fnr ,,~" "rho mini,t.Pr tho Roy ] A "l . ~ Johnny at Ransom IA. .n~ t,~..~.'~, :e-~ l 29 ' t mght ~,~a ,~.+ ,~..~ s,~z .... ' ,,,hi,, w""ld ?''"'=""==~" v,..,,,, va. spen~ u~e weeKena wire nls I ..,~" FRESH FRYING CHICKENS - b. e Ir yi~rHe~ensM:xrtienctOfS~UtmheOeO] The Glenn Brown family and Carlyle A. McDonald has anndun ~l~.~_lll~ ucc,r .=, j..T: Beahn~, of.R, leyv,!le,[ SUNDAY Nld! ] u. [/ g , ', p on lEd McDonald family left last Pri be "The Tom With The Open Charles Town State Police said son and daug.htei-m-la~v Rev. and I ROUND AND S{t rlPIT1V?I(~'I~V~,,L-~,r,~ r~-,~l~ . Ih .~qo I/Priday after spending several /day on a trip to Bermuda. They Door". The sesison will meet at Wednesday tha~ only .two minor mrs. ~z't.nur .~eanm an? sons_ I DANCING. i]weeks in New York City. will return home this Saturday.12:20 A. M. to receive new mere- highway accidents have been re- ~r. an~ Mrs_ *ooason I ~'~- ,-,_. i~i.~ ~r, a: Rockmgham |le ~ ~ el bers and during the morning ser- ported in Jefferson county in CUe and :son ~ez'z'y OI Mlaaleway were I Music tly_~ gs, vice new members will be welcom- past week. One of them ocem'red~un(m.y omner..gues~s oI lvir. ana [ THE YACHTS -" Cla~ ed into the church. Sunday School last Friday and the other Sunday. /~.ars. t~ernn ~tzwa~er ano ~am- | --~. ,1~6.3t Fresh Pork Shoulders--Meaty - lb. 35e [M155 itriln Ylil Becomes 5nae or for all age groups will be at 9:45 I State Trooper R. R. Truex re- I~*Y= ........ ] March 26-1t.-pd. ~d. A. M. A special Easter film will be [ported a 1949 Ford, being driwn [ Mr. aria MI'S:. henry .r-.enweJJ I --~ Sugar Cured Smoked HAMS - lb, .19e William Pappas in erst0wn shown at 7:00 visitors oz mmr dau,~'~.~.~.~'J:~.~.~,~" ]~ CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb. 49el1 z. a lovely~uiet wedding ~'~ for little children during the 11:00 la utility pole about 3:40 p. m. Fri[ | :- *oz-] A. M. Service. The public is cor- ~day afternoon. Damage to the car I .... ~,~ ~ Brl.u 43ellMiss Sarah Via, daughter of Mr:I ) " dially invited to,these services. ~which was being driven by Rich-! -- . i ~ A I I ll~ f~ .~_'~.~r!ck and Mrs. Hugh Via of Charles tv00-" ..--ro|aos At the Charles Town Methodist ard James Strother 34 of Bolivar, i ~uetion,! l/Town became the bride of Mr !~= , . , ,, , , Church The Sacrament of the lamounted to only a'bou't ,75. t H I I I I li II fl Ii a' . , Charlos William Pappas son of! C~ UnO~T _[PEE . . lb. 49cHi , ~0lemnlzea Marcn I Lord's Supper will be administered ] Wrooner Wruex said Strother at t Ill ~ 1 1 ~l 1 i IE.[~e" .~uz~uiJ.uat~ ~xx==~ ~ l/Mr and Mrs William Light of ~ tonight (Maundy Thursday) at |+...~% , ...... "r"-k be"" dri [ ll Illl I [] IM l l ~iN ..a Martinsburg. in St. Paul's United ', " 7:30 p...m The serv, ce will be held 'yen by Herman Luther Breeed n " I w III II II o, Cube Steaks--Esskay Quall y - lb. 69cl/Brethren Church, uagerstown, Brunswlck Church ...... " ..... " .... Ib ' ' ~ -- '~" .... " bycandlenght.. ...... /and just at that point Breeden I lid l I I III I.P l I &,P l0 t~??..~b': l/Md., on Saturday, March 14 at ~:~ . ..: Two services oz worsmp wm oe/ ........ hi *ruok out to nass an-I "" ~ " " "~ "~ [~e~ion. ' held at the Charles Town Metho- /other car The Strother car leftt ~2la lto'm 1|6 p. m. The ceremony was perform " ~ ............... ., 0 " ................... lied by the Rev. Les.ter M. Kauff- 2. ... ~ dis.t Church on Easter at 8:00 a. ]ho hic~hw'~v and crashed into a ut[ :~t 4~.~ SEE HOW YOU ~AV]5 l|man. " m. and 11:00 a. m. wi{:h the pastor 1~'~,'~%~ "~ ] ~hw~ ~,ot g'~T pDfiPL'~DIL'%:~, l/ The bride, Who wore a blue silk ~~ Rev. Robert Hiller taking as his /-'~%..%.~,~'r Truex said he char~ed t ~. ~t~ ~'2' sermon sub~ect God Is Not u,~ l|shantung dress with matching ,, -- .... ~ .... ~ek _, . ,;. , nStrother with fai)ure to have his nnr d UR&lhl llblue accessories, was atended by "rnroug~. , ....... [car under control and Breedenl Mill~n-_H~N~n~I~P ~]~r~a~ YACHT CLUB--lied. Beans ) I|Mrs. George W. Via of Arlington, ..... ~ne ~emor wnmr wm presen~ w~th' fmlme' to yield the right ofI ~ll "~' Great Northern Beans ) 10cl|Va. Her flowers were pink carnat- 'For Now Is Chnst R,sen byC]wo. 1 lliLit%/llMill l l,, ..... S Ions :!:): , ' , , | I U ..Y I11U1111LI GL P,JU Pork & Bean, , ) i/ M'r. Tommy Petrucci of Martins Albert Scholin directed by Mary/ %',' .............. 1 a m [ ;il~galow. Ehnor Peters. The Jumor Choir [ ..............,,~,~ ,,ccurred on I ..... ~,'~' $1,20 YACtlT CLUB BUTTER BEANS - - - 10el/burg was best man for Mr. wnl. oe nearo, a~. lJ'uu_, a. m. dw-. /the P~pertown' Road when a 19491, n I n ~]maereaere " -- ..... i/ ~t~er a sman recepuon wmcn ec~ed by ~.orna uee ,~null, present- /~h~vrrd~t bele)n~ing to Eukene I ' K i ~" S -Z-Q RED KIDNEY BEANS .... J ICl|was held at the h(~me of the brides ing "By Early Morning Light" by/M'art,i'n'of B-~-kerton~and being dri] ~LU ~ .~ lr~- DANI)Y POTTED MEA'I" 10cllparents the couple left.on a trip Reinann-Dickinson. Organ selec-/ .... h~ Franklin Lee Nick 16 of ~l~ i:rJ~ "~ - " " " ..... i/norris, tions with Inger Garrison at the l~R~ute~2 Har-ers Ferr., crashed L " zME BONNELLE'S SPAGHETTI ..... 10era|. Mr. and Mrs. paLppas have both 8nuS~lar,~'~iUs~ePrh~lr?nagCsh;'nbg,y./into two' p.arked cars a;aa porch ~-" i/oeen attenoing Shepnerd College. g d~ ' ,, on a dwelling. "stri, )ANDY MARGARINE .... 2-1bs.agel/ by Garth Edmondson and Le Pro/ Trooper Truex said Nick lost ,rmg di'stril :k'i:;glR~' 1~ pne.~e" Dy Meyero.eer...- [control of the car and it struck a ,~mmmi i, ~i ... m .. -- ,l~--A iL MI[rM - ,he minisLer conctuc~ ,~as-t,.~.~a C:hevrolet owned by Don J i[~l" ~--'l'" "'''" " otec~ s~(~huirPc ~: Bhe2eteh a~ Y9 M~t ~ t ~/rhikt:~ R~ f2ro nHta r Po ~ r st,~ r rw~ .%//.1111[/I Nia NIIU ' ' ; 1 lb 75c wen Lnarles,/0wn Man iiH; SE SANBORN COI - - - . I/ M /home The car then crashed into a "--" ""--'' "" --"-- :' %OSCUI, COFFEE ..... l-lb. 73c .~ ~ EARLY SERVICES AT 11950 "Buick belonging "to Ada L. LEETO~VN HATCHERY | Cogle and parked in front of the d DOMINO SUGAR-- . ll ~;.:.:i~l ............ |Cogle house. The car also struck ~1 ~ne xoung l-'eople's masses oz| t.ho frnnt nm'eh nn the Co~le '] r. r. ,) MR and MRS COOK h L ......................... (With Purchase of $,).00 or More) a-|bs. ,,gci/~~ t e eetown Baptist Church will|h~m.. ~ --at..w .=o~.m..~. An.~ ,{ CIGARETTES--I'opular Brands, Reg. Size, Ctn. $2.311/ we-M:'mandiMZ~aFlrYg;Yf~~akrc~h~ hold their annual Easter morning ]'*'Da'mage to the three veLhieles a I'^N Ki" I1%1"11 IN IIHK ~unrise service at Leetown on the ..... *-'~ +o about e200 Trooner ~flil Vb V~bi~ lit VV== ~ PET I)OG FOOD .... 12 cans $1 00i/iil mW in Bethany Lutheran Church, FiShpermittingHatcherYin caseGrundSof rainWeatherthe ser I'r"r'~'~';~id Nicer waseha'r~ed wi~'th ; ! ] ~/ ,', Brunswick, Md., by the Rev. Ral- CARNAqlON INSTANT MILK, 9"~s-oz. pkg..~cl/~~~ ph Mlller, are now residing invine' WIII:"''De nela ....... m me cnurcn" tfailure.~ns~ to have an operator's li- a~lU/"kdE2klllNOlrl "~l illllrllll/llldrlkrrlP ' - - ....... TE" i, i~heir new apartment near Jeffer- Metre of Martinsburg. t ATTEND CIIIIRCH SUNDA'I~ '---"'--I --~" --mm~= ~[ ~i|A ] BETTY CROCKER ) ~ A~ou u il ;son Md The speaker will be Edward Van I .... ~ iV VI'ibGI ~P lllll~llll~J ,'~ PILLSBURY CAKE 29ell ~~~ q?'he bride is the former Miss The service,will be at 6:30 A. M. I .... ]~V~" II~]P |-hi % %H| | | DLNCAN HINES ) MIXES ~ ~1 ~~~ Barbara Staubs, daughter of Mr. Breakfast at 7"30. I ..... ~ . . and Mrs, Aldridge Staubs of Mill- The public i,~ invited I U U ! kl ' ' D~J/,} U[I ~]IU..~ Jll~ BORI)EN S INSTANT COFFEE - a-oz. jar ,9,111~~~ ville The groom is the son of Mr. ~ I ~I a ~ ~ i t~ ~J a , ~ , . ::~!~:and Mrs. Clyde Miller Cook of Maxwell House INST. (OF EE - 6-oz. jar 99ci1 Harpers Ferry. . Easter SerYices For ! By Mrs. Pauline Ott " o -- p i COH EE--Maxwell House, Wilkins, or II moWnivtn::s~nt~etphaeren~sfd;%%t~etrtee Summ|t Po|nt, Leetown S:.amanlDo ald Sto n Today . Beech Nut .... l-lb.can 71 il bride and groom, lion_(] o ~ e . b. . " P- COM() TOILET TISSUE 16 Rolls .~l 00i[ Both the bride and groom are Sunday School will be held at, ton in pint at Norfolk Va spent .............. " .... il ~ " ~ graduates of Harpers Ferry High 9:45 Sunday morning at the Lee- :~the we-kend with his' wife Mrs ~, ~iA~La hA&,,:iF , ~, , . . town Methodist Church w~th an h Oden and sons Gu an ( R I S ( O .... Mb. can 84cil School, the groom m the class of ~, ~ ' , "2 ~ rEst ,er" ' Y ~d ~-~i" ~U|||U|~|~ '~|~|i~ , ,, v ,, .. _ _ o. il ~ 1957 and the bride the class of '58. ~as~er mormng serwce Ior oener- |Frank e and her Darent~ Mr and e ~ son Circuit at the Summit Point I Mrs F4"ank Kidwiler and family ] ,-, ~ ~ ..... ~-,J ~a. o,mil ~ The bride wore a navy ,blue Methodist Church at 11:15 A. M. |at Bakert'on " ~ F L IT F F O ...... 3-1b can 81cl] dress with navy blue accessoriesAt the local Brethern Church J Mr and Mrs Frank RuLh and " - - - , r. II "'I"S JUDY ANN HALL and a corsage of deep pink carnat Sunday School will be at 10.A.M. ]son of Md. were Sunday guests of I'~ T J~ II ~ ~'~ li~ "TIF~ii ESKO SHORTENING .... 3-11). can a9cil ~v~ ~ ions. followed by the regularcnurcn~ l| Mr. and Mrs. Euell-H. Hall of Both are employed at the Amer- " Mr .and Mrs Charles Wiley and I I I il II ii I I~ I "q service at 11 A. M. ,' family " I il I /1 I i I 1 t] SUPER SUDS ...... large .ox 2ac ! Richmond announce the engage- can Optical Company, Frederick, An Easter Sunrise Service will Mr ~.nd Mrs Rov Pulse and dau I i I I ff IF i --- . ........... llment of their daughter Judy Ann Md (1 Box FREE with r, acn ~lu.,u uroer) Ilto Ronald Grayson Fearnow son ' ~ be held again this year by the Lee- ~hters IAnda and "Cathv" and son ~L~. m-.~v J~V~. ~ ! , 9 ! h size 99 of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. l~earnow of town Baptist Church and a cordial ~daz~{in of Middleway were r~c'ent L':r (AMAY SOAP ..... . )at cllcharlesTown. 1Entertain For Daughter invitation is extended to all to at- callers of Mr and M~'s l~ez'le IdM T I:^ XI M ---ll Miss Hall .attends Richmond Pro tend. The service will be at 6i30 Oden and sons'. " ~ " lilPl'llPlil/ i~illVIl~P llfessional Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Comer of A. M. followed by breakfast being Mr and Mrs Junior Viands of ~,, ..--~ .~ r. . ~ _,~ ---FOR EASTER--- l/ Mr. Pearnow is a senior at theRanson gave a birthday dinner served in'the.Sunday Sch. ool room. Ranson were Sunday visitors of A s t est rr]eno , l/Medical College of Virginia. He Sunday for their daughter Mrs. ~n case oz ram, me service wni oe the latters parents Mr and Mrs id ,~m~ ~xTn o~qPm~n ~LftWl~I~ i/has attended the University of Terry Bender of Pikesde. Those held in the church. . ,,, Lester Jenkins and "daughters CHARLES TOWN MA] [I '~ L;. .v...-, . v .... i! West Virginia Medical College in helpingMrs. Bender celebrate The v:piscopal Churcn win nave Judv and Linda - " their regular church service Sun -- . ~ 30 A Mr. and Mrs..Glenn Ott and ~e.~,~, ~#.,~,,~,~~2~, ~Tn ~ Ae'~O z~nv II Morgan,town and l~anoke College. were Mrs. Jennie Brady, Mr. Earl day morning at 9:. M. ~ ~. ~ i ,_ ..... -. i/He is a member of Phi C.hi medical McDonald of Berryville, Mr. and 9 T T~ ~r T v hi7 ~J~ . 3qcll fraternity and Kappa Alpha social Mrs. Charles W'hittington and son Church services in the Leetown 1 ~ : "'; ...... ..... l| fraternity, of Leetown, and Mr. Bender and Methodist Church beginning in ......... April will be the second and fourth l_$1~J ~Ul~]~_J 'l'U ........ l/ Mr. Fearnow will serve his inter daughter "Jackie" Brady. Later Sundays at 9:45 A. M. Sunday ...... ,= . , ., . .~...,, l/nship at Tampa General Hospital, guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert vice. [RF~t IL ~ ~ ii: ~L13 i[Tampa'lrida ---. BradyofSh_enandoahJunctlon. School will follow the Church Ser Red China gradually loosens So LETTUCE - , . - 2 heads 25c rv viet ties. BANANAS" - - - lb. 10c I-Ilgh court reaffir------'--ms ban on a Si wife's testimony. U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES - 50.1bs. 99c SEED POTATOES . 100-1bs. EVERFRESH PEAS 2 10-oz. pkgs. 29c FORDHOOK LIMAS - ,- - 2 10-oz. pkgs. 35c ESSKAY'S CHICKEN BACKS & NECKS, 5-1bs. 59c DRESSED WHITINGS - 10-lb. box $1.45 / A R R O W ...... 83 VALLEY FORGE ..... 87c G U N T H E R ...... 87e S C It LI T Z ...... $1.25 (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS (OPEN EVENINGS 'Till 10:00 P. M.) Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! Members {>f the Jefferson Coun@ ty Hospital Auxiliary meeting in Easter Film To Be Shown regular 'business session at the hospital Tuesday evening transac- ted some routine business matters and then heard a report on the Block Party which the Auxiliary plans to hold on the Town lot June 5. Mr. H. Olsen, reported many or- ganizations have promised to have a booth at thin affair including the Senior and Junior Woman's Club of Charles Town; Farm Worn en (21ubs, the Hospital Auxiliary and other organizations and grot~ps. Mrs. O. S. B}oom, chairman of the "Queen of Roses" ~roject re- ported she has some entries and sponsors for the affair and she plans to announce them later when the list is complete. " The annual report on the organ ization's activities for the year was read by Mrs. John Martin, Auxil- president who pzesided for the meeting. In the business session many i- tems were purchased for ~he hos- pital including a new Dermotome and 4o0 complimentary birth cer- tificates to be given to each mo- ther when she leaves the hospital. Mrs. Bloom, mem, bership chair- man reported on sending personal notes on hospital stationery urging all .members to a*t~tend and pa~tici pate in the Auxiliary's work. Mrs. Mark Horn reported for ,the purchasing depm%ment and Mrs. H. Lehman, chairman of the Ways .and Means committee report Pd the committee had met and formulated plans for a block par :ty. The awards for the meeting went to Mrs. Mark Horn. Presbyterian Church The Pioneer and Senior High Fellowship of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church are sponsor- ing the film, "I Beheld His Glory". This film, an hour long feature in black and white, will be presented fat 7:00 P. M. Sunday, March 29, in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. "I Beheld His Glory" is a story told by Cornelius, a Roman sol- dier. Through his story we see the Last Supper, Gethsemane. Judas' betrayal, .~he trial, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. The impact of all these events reaches a cli- max as Cornelius comes to believe in the Risen Lord. Everyone is cordially invited to attend We could think of no finer way to spcnd an Easter Sunday Evening. Easter Services From Page One The Easter Service .at the Char los Town Presbyterian Church will be at ll:00 a. m. which is the reg ular time for the Sunday service. In adition to Easter hymns which will be sung by the congregation, ?,here will ~be specaal music by the Church's three Choirs. The anthem by .the Children's Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Clark Purr will h~ "Once There Was A Garden Fair", ~he anthem by the Junior Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Prod Gu?,hrie wil be "Welcome, H.~ppy Morning!"; the anthem by II I Ill l HUBBARD SLACKS All Sizes At 4 TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS iii!: WE ARE TIRED OF WINTER, WE KNOW YOU ARE TOO, IT IS SPRING TIME AT THE T A L L t THEN .... Have Your Dinner and Enjoy Hand,el's Messiah for Easter in Full Sterophoqic Sound, At G I R L CENTER TALLS by LUCILLE, INC. 13 W. Boscawen St. 2nd, Floor Winchester, Va. On Route 11, Approximately 2 Miles South of Martinsburg OPEH 10:30 A. M. TO 9:30 P. M. .Enjoy Our Excellent Stereophonic Music While You Dine. Delicious Food, Plenty of Variety, Courteous Service and A and Relaxing Place to Dine. PLEHTY iOF FR. E PARKING AT ALL TIMES.