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Iniliill[[I 111[ --'~1~ am T e When you bank with us, we pile on the services--banking services for all your tinancia] needs. Savings Account, Checking Account, Christ- mas Club, Auto Loan are only part of our stack. And Full Service bank- ing saves you time because one stop takes care of everything. Try us. For travelers we suggest The Rescue Money American Express Travelers Cheques If lost or stolen, you get your money back -- and your trip ,is rescued. Spendable everywhere. Cost--only 1 per dollar. BANK OF CHARLES A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 imil II III IIIIII I I I I II I IIII II Mrs. Austin Nieodemus 44th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs, Robert Anders celebrated their 44th Wedding Anniversary on Monday March 16 Home Demonstration Club The Home Demonstration Club held its March meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry Heskett. Mrs. : Charles Hough t resident called the meeting to order. Devotions were given by Mrs. Herman Spear The President reminded every: one to give to the Red Cross. A letter was read by the State Presi- dent of the tIome Maker Cancler. It was also announced that all day sewing meeting would be held March 25 at Potomac State Col- munities with Mrs. Michael Rice giving a report on County Helath Communities, Mrs. Frank Stiles gave a very interesting informat- ive lesson on enterior building malrials. Honor Roll Honor Roll for the past six weeks at tim Rippon Elementary School were Grade 1: - La Juan Papton, Jeffrey Taylor, Robin Coates; Grade 2: - David Tumblin Treesa Williams; Grade 3: - Tim othy Yates, Kevin Coomler, Grade 4: - Bud Allen; Grade 5: - Carla Coomler, Charles Jenkins, George Sprague; Grade 6: - Libby Allen Paula Coomler, Andy Sprague. Patients in Hospital Mr. Herman Swartz returned to his home on Thursday after being in the Charles Town General ttos- pital for two weeks. Mr. Linwood Swartz enter the lege Keyser, and everyone was Winchester Memorial tIospital on welcome to attend. Committee [ Sunday. Chairmen reported on their cam- Skating Party The Rippon Go Getters 4-H Club will sponsor a skating party on Thursday March 26 at Berry- ville Roller Rink at 7:30 till 10:00 o'clock, for members and guest. The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club will sponsor a skating party on Monday, April 6 at Berryville Roller Rink at 7:30 till 9:30 for members and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and two ct]ildren Terry and El- wood Jr Mrs. William Whetzel and two children William Jr. and Timmy of Gaithersburg, Md. Mrs. Elizabeth Donavan of Charles Town were Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Somers. Elizabeth R. Smith who is a student at College Park, Md. of University of Md. arrived on Thu- rsday to spend two weeks her for her Easter vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Randolph Smith Jr. and fam- ily. We'd all agree that it would be impossible to live in half a house. And yet almost 50-percent of the Homeowners in the U. S. don't have enough insurance on their homes to cover replacement cost. If you are not sure about your own home, call'us. [ gest Independent Insurance Agency In The Easterti Panhandle Mrs. Francis Renner and three children Michael, Matthew and Mark, Mrs. Poe Allen Lloyd of Alexandria, Va. were Monday din- ner guest at the home of their aunt Mrs. Luellen Shepherd of Martinsburg. Mr and Mrs. William Whetzell and two sons, William Jr. and Timmy of Gaithersburg Md. were weekend guest at the latter's sis- ters home Mr. and Mrs. EIwood ltousden. Clay of Berr~wille, Va Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz of Middle- way were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mrs. Eddie Seal and two sons Saturday night in the ChariesI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Mark and Jeff of Kabletown, Mr. Town General Hospital. Our deep-, and Mrs. Clarence Kearns and son est sympathy goes out to the ITHURSDAY' MARCH 26, 1970 Adams family. Mrs. Robert tlilton, IIuntsville, night ~-uest at the Pope's home. Friday and Saturday, April Swartz on Thursday. Death of Mrs. Adams Our community was greatly shocked when news was received by the sudden death of Mrs. Mar- vin Adams, whose death occurred Alabama and son Mr. Donald GLEANER'S (?LASS TO Pope of Auburn University Alaba ma were guest several days at HOLD RUMMAGE SALE i the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred The Gleaners Sunday School W. Pope of Three Oakes also Mr. 'l Class of the Asbury United Metho land Mrs. Dallas Kibler and dau- dist Church will hold a rummage ghter, E3won and Mr. and Mrs. sale in the ~ducational Building Austin Nicodemus were Monday North Charles Street, Thursday, Open Thursday and Friday A. M. to 5:00 P. M. A. M. to 12 noon. On sale lots of children clothes and suits. Attend Church t ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA FEATURES 100,000 ITEMS NOT STOCKED IN OUR STORES TO PLACE YOUR ORDER OR COME IN AND LET OUR GIRLS ASSIST YOU I i:i TOWNCRAFT - GAYMODE- CAROL EVANS GIRLS' EASTER DRESSES for our fashion platesl Perfect prints in Dacron@ polyester/crepe that's Penn-Prest~ too, plus, polyester/rayon crepe voile. Have their fa- vorite prints or checks in snappy new spring- time colors. Sizes 3-6x and 7-14. $5 t ALL GIRLS' SPRIN6 COATS 8 O0 e, e e ,e ,~ e . . ALL GIRLS' SPRING SUITS 8.00 1 RACK GIRLS' D F:S. $3 To 4.00 ALL GIRLS' SPRING HATS $1 To 1.50 ALL GIRLS' SPRI HANDBAGS $1 3 RACKS WOMEIt'S DRESSES $3 To $10 IBOYS' sUIT, These surfs at packed wlth the manly style bays appreciate. All feature nifty 2 button styling and all the latest details. In sturdy rayon/acetate and Dacron polyes- ter/rayon oxford blends. Fashion colors. Sizes 3"71 9,99 Sizes 6-12,1,99 Sizes 12-20, 111.99 LIKE IT CHARGE IT ! I CAROL EVANS girls" 3-strap sllp-on in shiny black patent vinyl. With adjustable gored strap, rounded toe and shaped heel. ,Sizes 8 -3. 4.99 CAROL EVANS girls' slip-on takes on a new fashion twist with an up-frOnt bow! In shiny black patent vinyl. Sizes 10-4. 4.99 TOWNcRAFll JR. dress oxford features rich grained leather uppers, new squarer toe styling. Long lasting Pentred polyvinyl chloride sole and heel. Black. 8~- 3. 5.99 . ' CAROL EVANSe girls' one strap. An ever popular pump for the most popular young ladies: Shiny bright black patent vinyl. 8V~-3. 5.99 GAYMODEe ties up thls zippyshoe! Glossy white or black pcitent v|nyl with high- rlsevamp, a huge bow tie. Composition sole and heel. 4-10. 7.99 MEN'S TOWNCRAFlr strap and buckle shoe has rich calfskin up- pers, grain leather, leather sole, rubber heel. Black spruce tone. 6 -13. 16.99 GAYMODE bold brogue is per- fect for casual gear. In coffee cream an- tique leather with chunky heel and quare toe. 5-10. 8.99 TOWNCRAF1 JR. strap and buckle shoe has smooth leath" er uppers. Penfred@ polyvinyl chloride sole, heel. Black or brown' 8 to 3. 7.99 MEN'S , TOWNcRAF1P" wlng tip style shoe a handsome Carfare * | with Pentred@ polY* vinyl chloride sole~ heel. Black. 6 "12 1 *DuPont's poromeri~ lsa~t mode mater|cal. l n