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Announce Engagement ....... ...................................................... -.-- ..................... ................. ......... . ...... ,or Youngest Contestant In sPmIT OF JEFFERSON VAaMEeS !6--A THURSDAY, MARCH 3q, Miss" Martha L. Welsh t-___ judging by 11 a. m. Saturday, , ~ .__ ~ ..~ ~m~'~ ~lr~~ ~ ~ IJlmW '~ ~'~f'V~ jr iApril 15and may not be removed H~rrlsburfl Beautv Show Rev Carlyle McDonald, pastor of Cemetery JL qL ~, a. ~ J / . | ~ J beIore a p. m. Sun(my, April 16. ~ J ~ .~m-~ ~ .~w --., ---,. 1~.mmm ~ v V-~-~~ ! 7 All entries must be checked the Charles Town Presbyteriani --------------- ~_, TO Mr. Jerry Wands by "the classification committee : :S: ~ Church officiated. Burial was FRANK KELLY] ,~LU reicH.hone Yo,,r ~r,~,,~ ~ 999 :and must receive an entry card : imade in Edge Hill Cemetery. Frank Kelly Belier, 81,~ .... ~ .......... ~,, ,.v L,~.~., before being placed. :: .~~ ~nND~L,H l ington a former resident 01 : ~: .... Tickets for the show may be ~.~ . .......... l lea Town died Tuesday Mr. Bob Morrison, Baltimore, :Mrs. Marshall Wilson Leetown til e *1. purchased from garden club ~ i Rondo Patrick Welch, 56 of ington, D. C. after a len@ Md. Mrs. Strother Morrison, Bak and Miss Sandy Bradley of Texas wamen c a,,v,.arv men)verB. Admlssmn wl!! be fifty I i Charles Town died Saturday in I ness. :! erton and Mrs. Frances Custer of I both students at Oklahoma State ......... *,, "~wn"m~a,1 cents }or aaults and tmrty-nve Charles Town General Hospital. I The deceased was born : Jefferson Terrace spent Sunday I University, Stillwater, Oklahoma TA DIIvr~le~ ~Am~ ior children under sixteen. ~~.~: ~[~ : I The deceased was born in Char I lea Town March 17, 188L :/:::in ttopemont visiting S/rother are visiting the Slushers and Wil- Ill /Ull,|la~ JU|||~ , tA, "--'--T~T~Am ~ ,F Moses P. Welch and aosie Bell land Sallie Rowan. He :::Morrison. sons this week. Also visiting with Im P ., .- Jr. woman s nun ,0 ~ oJ lea Town Jan. 25, 1905 a son Of'of the late Francis Lalla i: Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Baecher, tthem were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie ITems for [10$nl|a| : Co stello.. .... l years a self-employed a~~ Mr. James Pennington and Mrs Bohrer, Big Pool, Md.; Mr. and ~ 1'1 Cnanea~ "U[a~ ~^aa, i I ~urwwng are two brotHers, [iie was a member of the] Mary Gray of Winchester Va Mrs. Marshall Wilson Yr. near Members of the Women s Aux- J]$Vll;)VtIVll;~ MVIIIIJ I Moses P. Welch, Charles Town [dist Church and the lJ Mr. and Mrs. H. L Boxwell of l town; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jack iliary of the Charles Town Gener- , land Woodrow Wilson Welch Pal Woodmen of the World :i Berryville visited with Mrs The- son and. Mrs. June Bohrer of Mar al Hospital, voted at their reg- R~Jl ('anFact (ann I timore, Md. . ,. ~ , .... [ Surviving are his wife, mas Shull and Mrs Ru h Vian s tinsburg Jerry and Sandy will ular meeting Tuesda ni ht at""'" vw,~,,~ ~vv. i~:~ ~::'~:i~, I ~ervices were nero ~aarcn zu at[bie H Beller of WashingS: ::! ...... .......... t d. I Y g , ........ of Charles h Town on Sunday. Iter ~al~eMrs Zhu:Sdl~YY Heater ~illFrltts Friday m the ft~r m [he phOSpiatal, to n?e~d rSOor~ e2:c0~ The Charles Town Junior Tom :/,[[ Colonial 12 received p" m.Bufldlng at here.FUneralthe She Melvin here,Hme'waSnow 73.T'with Strider Iknown the]ill Town childreninlz~OnMethodist and a sister Church,all ~/~i ~:::: ::;;:: Mrs John A Smith, Jefferson " " ~ " art's Club has decided to sponsor :~ ~: : ~ ::: ~ ~ ~ ~ a ........ ~,~:~ ~,., ............ rest of their Easter Vacation v~s- needed ~tems for the hospital .............. [Rev. Carlyle McDonald, pastor ofi Services will be held th~ :: .... ' ................... s~ ~atu/uay m ........ ; ....... : . a ~vus~ ~onny Dell' penny a vote ~4~ .... : : .... ~ .............. ........ ltlng irlen(ls uelore returning to Mrs oonn lv~artin, presioent of .... ' :~ ~ * :: :/: :: : :: :: Alexandrm, Va w~th her sister Oklahoma the or-inization announced th" contest for httle gwls between (~ I the Charles..Town Presbyterian l ing from the nunte~naa I Church, offlcmtmg. Burml was m] Home 5732 c'-,~-r,,e ::: Miss Pauline aodefer and Mrs " . . . g~ ...... atthe ages of three and six The ~:~ :!::: : ]Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles] Washington, D ~C"~" a~nd i~ .... Deari--" M ...... "1 Re ....................... lnclu(le(l in me list oi items were ................ -. : ~a~,,~ ~ . :~ [Town. [ day the remains will be :::: .Z~:...: ::: ..... llg CJ~.ay. | Ugllt Vl,'iltOYS WI[II 111"S. x-lOW- ] 500 Lir'L ....... :;coute~t Will De open to me pUblIC. ~Me!" D:d:uM~:pl~Ki!!eth Kr~2u~ I~erdmAah~j~!~n~y:~a~hd~awn T~I.! I ~l~i2?~01r!iic:ii~0ei:?ei:~i~Ii gne!Y~tete~aeec~t:h!! if~l:m:gst2n~i McI;~ol[y~:ssE1AwkSLONAungl~ah~I ~ Ire the Melvin T. Strider ~ : g r rI Anna A. Ma Green, a native I friends and relatives W~ a o I MRS. ANNA A. GREEN I Funeral Home in Ransb llj ...... " '" : ~ I,I,Ill " " *" mat ~ ~evrge rmulpS IS" ' me'| [[ ~a ~[ fl[ 1 l/~ihtadles ,rm I of Charles ;| AT Town and long active [ at 2 p THE M Invlt es ,.-g.. "S You m'san_ dig tN to --~ I)lIl~ ~~/l["i~ ! i~, M~r~S~oMARt?eAlsL anWdEtLh~eHlate Mar~h 25~tiChe ~nn~he::te:r,M~rm" ]~ohYotChan~bhs~eyanaS%n ~ndgMt~ ]j, uMrS" jaMmark Horn reported on ~aLXv[%arsSp3fsoargesutc~at:hmeo~hUSt, ~ohltLs~eP~ace, t~as ~l~:llf;le~n l in Democratic politics in Arling-] Cemetery for graveside ~_" 4~_,~,. _~ ,,, ~;,'C._,,. , .... The`' also have a son David Allen I Gall of Leetown . I t)oree plans June 3,grandmother or other relatives or ..,., ,~....+..~, e~. .... ,,. ........ ce St Charles Town announce the 4 years old Mrs. Kisner is the for I Miss Debbie Young spent the I stating several County friends, eat" contestant ~nn ,h~ --~v -~ I tn' Va., died Saturday at her [ for which the keY, ~, " ' " " mer M' " " " ee " runs naa pmogea support in tHis .... " ........ ~ .... Ihme there, according to word I Scholl, pastor of the engagement of thew daughter ~ss Pauhne Ehzabeth Bree w kend w~th her grandmotherann . . . Corn cans m whmh the pubhc from West Vwgmm ..... contesting m Martha I eraseto lerry I ee I Edward R. Young on North t .......... may contribute to their favorite the Capital-Hagerstown Beauty i den Mrs Hal affair which will feature ] Residents here recall that Mrs. i clare. ! ..... Geor e St an aucuon sam on the nosp~taichild will be " ' - Viands, son of Mr. and.Mrs. LeT- Mrs. Celeno Suddenhagen who [ g " I~rounds All coun,v h ...... ,~,, . . . p!aced m varmus Show m Harrisburg, Pa. March I Green, was the daughter of the I ~'~1[ is viana.:s of Hamilton, yR..... ' has been very sick at her home ] Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey and i are urged to save"a'l'{usat)]e~l~ouse ousmess places ~rom April 15 to, 19-20. The show was held at the/late Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rohr, [ MRS. S. L FLICKIN aar. wanes ]s empmyea at nut- on t;ongress Street is very mucia |Mr and Mrs William S~inks via I hold article ~m- th~ ,],, ~',,~ ~,ay ,~. I Zembo Mosque Temple in Harris If Charles Town and a niece of [ Mrs. Kathryn R. Flicke~ chinson's Ease Service Station in,improved at this writing. Site(1 their uncle and auntMr, and ther plans wifi i e'announceti]a: Those interested in placing an burg. Approximate 2,300 profes-[the late Mrs. Clarence Taylor, [of Interment, W Va die$i LeesDurg, yR. [ u. ,,.n a,.o v., ~ ~..~, .... |Mrs Fred Wacker in Baltimore ter Mrs Horn ca~a ,h,, o n.,n entrant please call Mrs. Willard atonal operators participated in Jalso of Charles Town. Her father [day morning at'the'Wi~ No date h s fen ......................... ~ .... " ................. " a,b set for the I .................... [Md on Saturday i a..o,~n ,.,, ,~..0 ~.,~.._ ,,_,.__,., ~ Martin or Mrs Roger Perry All,the two day affair a contractor, constructed Palm. Mem " "~, ~*ter ) ,.,edna.. IO~ neamstown, ra. anu son ram/ ~" I ......... ~ .... s .... .~ *..~,~a.ty ..... " ..... L" " ]baum ]illness " ""~" ]of Phil., .Pa. spent Tuesday, Wed | Mr and Mrs Emidin ('.a|li ~,-0 I will be awarded at the Jamboree I entries must ve m oy Apru ~. I Miss Slonaker who was model- . . orml Hosp,~a,, a. : ~[nuesday and Thursday visiting|Frances Frye'and ~Ir~-Isal~elfe Mrs. Charles AIwin reported J, Proceeds from this contest will "ing for her mother, Mrs. Ann/aS the Professional Building. i U,.o" wu,,~. .......... l~ .......... Iher sister Mrs Heater Fritts in |Wiley viuitpd M, and Mr l~,~h that mending for the month of De user zor the clubs state pro-IHardy Slonaker, Windewald Beau[ Her husband, Harry K. Green, }m~t,~"~='~'~]'n,~tcH P F R ~ [! ~ A | ~ ]the Charles Town General HoB- |err Creamer and family in Silver March was done by the Catholic 3ect ental Health and will be I ty Shoppe, modeled a new style [a well known Arlington political |laT:.-~,.",~,'~,~' ~::,~ '~-~s--e / a. 11 ~ v 11 ~ L ~1 |pital also their neice Mr. and Mrs. [ S._rLo~) "nu _a/ ......... .~t Rat.rally, I Church Women and the Rippon 1 used to buy much needed, items I hairdo called the "Crocus Cut" a [figure andin grand ..... master of the l~:.~.~'.'"'~'~"':..~"",,.~""..~.~@"~~,uy=z, owe wa~ use T- |Charles Sniker and nenhew Mr | .......... I Farm Women's Club The Ba~)tist I at Weston State Hospztal hair style named by Mrs Slona- ]Masons Vzrgmm m 1932, dmd [~ ~ ~,u~t. ...... i.,.,,, .4~i - "~"@~"~ |and Mrs Clarence Frit(s ' .| Mr. anojvirs;. ~erKemy ~us~er tChurch women wiI1 clo the mend-[ Children entered thus far and iker. She named it after the first .............. b ......... " r' " " Mrs. Margaret Lane of Martins-] Miss 'Barbara Shugart" is visit. |'~n~ra~,auga]~rd ~v~ver~(~ ~e,:e~on ling in April. l sponsors are as follows: Betsy l flower to bloom in the Spring and/tY Commissioner of Revenue for I, 2, m Reinhold Feb~ ~" .... w~s ^ -u"s" o" Mrs Nettle / ............ t. - " ". I Mrs M~,-t~ ....... ~,~a , ..^ IBarker, Mrs Virgil Malone; Chris lit was the first big style show she |32 years. |~"" . . . L~ uu.~; a a ~; e L a . lug InlS week WitH Her sister mrs Icy zomDro and dan hter in ~ear ......... v-,.o,~.,~,~,, ,, ,~-. Ritenour last week . " g sm Bartlett, Mrs John Bartlett, and her daughter had participa-| The Greens for years served |...~u~wng w)~ her h::~ ]Rodman J. Zflenzlger at her home ]nevsville Mondav niuht I quest from Mrs. Lira E. Socono, [ ........... .. ... I... ..... ~hos ital ad i " anerry wmtungton, mrs ~onna tea m ~a Arlin t ..... ~vnss ~aargaret JrdcKengv - Mrs Robert B Wright is spend |m Hartsdale New York / David .......... P m mstrator for the use ~ . . I ing sometime with her son-in-law i Mr Berkeley Custer and dauvh |who h~s ~,~u~enaagen,,~. ,A~[Of volunteer service in the hoB-]Whittington_ Ruth El!en Tabb, [ Three judges were Andrew An-[~)Semocra~%ugUgatYorin~StSan~r ]che:er;Flooyd Fwl~ckeng::r, ol~ and daughter Mr and i~rs Char- |ter i3"everlv Jefferson "vorraoa ~,~ t~ ..... ~..~'..~"~ ~'.'.'~'=~'- ~-~.:~[Y I pital. She explained the need for [~rs. ~ames ]~.D; J acq~yn ~mith, I ouze World Supreme hairstyling Idles... _ _ . ]ab"eth' City:V'N:"~.~"Mrs,d lea E Moore, Richmond, Va lited Mr a~l Mrs Harve~,-Ki~dwil/~a"~----'~'~'''-'!'fi-,~'~'" ':-' ~u~o,.~, Imany services that can be given I~rs" frank ~mnn Jr.; truly Am|champion of New Rochelle, N. Y. / ~wrs. reen serve as cnawman/Sahl of Albu-,, ..... e N ~ U.." ............ let and iamily in Bakerton on Sun |i~omea~ a:weeKeno ws~mr atone I by volunteers such as transpor-]d era, ~rs. William Anders; Ann l James Victor, style designer for ...... "~- ' ' zv~rs, uorotny ~eusmser o~ wum / / u~ ms parents Mr. aria mrs. I,.ti.,~ of ..,io.~ ,. v u~.. ~ ~ I Gore, Mrs. oames Gore; Bonny/Job. r~,~ho~, p ...... '~ r~nn .... ~ ]of the Arhngton cmapmgn for re ]Quentin Flickin~er of berland Md. is visiting Mr. and |day. tRobert Buddenhagen. I L'LL'_".': _"._'~ ~""~ ..... ." "'"."~' "~'" IRielv Mrs Richard ]~i~lv ~...,.~, /~,~;'.': "'"'~":~ --~:............... [commendation of Senator Harry life, Pa ; two si'sters, M/S: ' . . uraryann uart'servme, alsoer- ,, ............. a, ~tJ, ~allL aria mr. ~orman. Mrs Tom Kemp ]rr Ranson I Jerry Wdson, son of Mr and Mrs E B Men left P "" ' - [ g Wednes-tsonalservices to nati.nt~ M.m /Smith, Mrs. Donald Smith; Ka-I ~ iF.Byrd in 1952..:. /Claudy'of Reinhold and ~ da o ............. " ' ~ ~ne was namer woman of the lines Simpkins of BlackWOOa~ .,~e..~-.~.~e..~~.~,-.f~-~.~-.~..~/. y fr Sever Ha Park, Md. to at-lbers voted to sponsor this volun-[thy Willis, Mrs. Rgbert Willis; [ STAR-LITE DELICATESSAN !Year in 1956 by the nonpartisan and se dreil ! v v/~ena the wearing o~ Her niece,~teer nro~ram and Mrs H rt r-r,,./~ue ~ager, tars. r~enneth Sager/i,~ nv~ ~o ~RV~ VO~T .......... | veral grandchll ~-'. TMF TflWU blflll(F DgCTAIIDAIdT 8/Miss Linda Low Lankford and Mr./ter was appointed by Mrs "Mart n/and Cynthia Low Slusher, Mrs./jt~D-D~ LOOK- l OR sIT urgamzealin women voters ot Ar- / The ................ funeral .~arvice WP; ..L "V'''~ .VV,aL "L,,I/MUImlI/ t~ |Richard Myer Jr. laB chairman of Volunteer'Service/Helen Slusher. o~" p,'.v a - gton. [ducted by the Rev. Tytus HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. Miss Barbara A. Master, stu-|Committee. : ~ /v :-~ .......... .~. She leaves a son, H. Bruce I the Rev. Henry Korinth ~.~ March 30 It .~/dent at Cedar Crest College AI-t ~ [ W~,Uel~a ~=~,~n ~|,Jt | -. ~ Green, clerk of the Circuit Court]key. W. A. Sigman, Wea~ u llU #IU~ UUIU~II bllldlU LUNCH AND DINNER SERVED DAILY t /lenton, Pa. has returned to' her [ ha,*,, IM,,, ~,,, '~a*l, I 'Y , ~,fi;~.~,~~.: in Arlington and a daughter Mrs. I at 1:30 p. m at the Cenem ~ 10"00 A M UNTIL 8"00 P M ~,home on Mildred St. for theJ l-lUll3 I Iflll /~1 Will [ . .. . w ~ ... I ....... Virginia G. Foltz also of Arling./ited Church of Christ, . ft x ~ " ..... ~ J Spring Vacation. / . I Ilear$ ADOUI l/allo011$ I Ii I~ A | H % Renetn" SheA. WysongWaS the andSisterM. OfHarrellMrS./arel Dr.wellFlickengerknown andin hiS/,]j~ t~ Miss Pat Ingram ms]ted wRh V L Jl~ l l [: :SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET .... $2.75 lher'fami1 on South" i~emm~r [ hnmvemry Program 1 The Wayside Garden Club etI -- Rohr, both of San Diego, Calif. ICounty and especially i~ R .... ~,:,,, ,-,, ............ ~l Y " y [ [ n~ , ~.,~'-~:~.~:~-~'~'~:~.~.~.~'~. Services were held Tuesday at herdstown where he wa~! X t~ ~'~ ~r.,~J~rr~, ~lSt. over the weekend having as / ~_ ~1 n , ~. , ... I with Mrs. Robert Stone with twen MRS SARAH L COE the Arlington Funeral Home with [ of the Reformed Churl~ ] ][ TUESDAY 3351 ~[her houseguest Miss Carol Mum-[ april ~ In tnaleS/0wn i ty members present. The two new I . .. " " [interment in Columbia Gardens'number of years., i M " "0 "t L" t~{ma of Washington. ] J members, Mrs. Kitty Jackson and aars. ~arah Leyburn Coe, 85 of~ a'c~ ~ -,9 .-- t" .~1 Mr. WilliamF. Graham, Instruc[..,Th!rty'fur members of thelMrs. Marge Merchant were Tel- Charles Town, diedThursdaymor ~.,~,~~,,~*~',~a~,~$~~ ~ltor of Mathematics at Phillips Ac |~.naries Town Lmns Club and two [comed and were presented with nlng .m ~nanes .~own ~enera~ T H E ---- -- Iodem. ^-'-~ ..... ~-~ ~.~. ~....... I VISltOrs me~ in regular session I corsages. ~ nospltat atter an lllIleSS oI at)out _ /Ispen~{in~'~'l~e"..~ast~wee~*w~thel~i~s ]Tuesday evening at Blue Grass I The members voted to help in two months. -- -- ~ It ~.~ __~ ., .. ~ .~ ~ ^ | nn at the Thomas Jefferson He-lthe Clean-Up Campaign and buy The deceased was born in Win ! ~ | ~.~ --..... ~' ~.~..ffi ...~ ~,--~ '' ~,::d~S~a~''~ ~wr" aria .... ~" ~e" ~tel in Charles Twn fr a dinner [brms" A prgram reprt was chester' Va" Jantiary 3' 1876' a BLUE GRA I I I I I I ! 1 l~' i'l ! " .. /and business meeting with Pres-/given by Mrs. Richard Funk on daughter of the late Reverend Mr and Mrs ~alph James of ~d I l '~ II ~/ l~t I 1 I~ I II I[tia.i~_'2~. ...... - ............... 1" ent Hugh Via in charge, t the Jefferson County Fair Flow- George Leyburn and Miss Holli- ,m. v - Vll~ v.~..,~ bUllUUlg, Vd. VI~ILe(I t/lttll" 8181 The min,,*-~ n~ fho I.:'acf maa4- /~v ~h~.r .4 1 1,X~' . ~, ...... " g and board meeting were read [ Mrs. Helen Sager gave an in- Surviving are her husband, Wil ~nanes ~own ~eneral l-lospl~al b the r a t tm 1 r t~ I~ I~ I1 if' I KI i.. g', ~, II ..... * ~ y sec et ry and approved. | eres" g talk on Daffodils. IMam Travers Coe, Charles Town; r || ~[ ~ || .~ | !1 r .'~ .~ on rrmay. [The club will take one of the his- Flower Show practice "Fugue" , -- 1... -- I, ,w , .. ~.. v .... and a brother George W Leyburn 1 he county to |a monochromahc, made by Mrs. of San Gabriel, Calif. I Mrs Robert Buddenhagen,Jr ~tonc markers m t ....... and two daughters Elizabeth Ann keep clean and plant flowers also ]Jean Martin, Mrs. Helen Sager Funeral services will be held ~ :~ I ...... ilk']' OUl~ ...... I~ and Pamela are visiting her par- the club ,is checking the possib./and Mrs. Wanda Widmyer receiv Saturday morning at 11 A. M. at ' T and Enjoy Their ::i l] ents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eber in ility of erecting a board on the led 85 pints. Zion Episcopal Church by the u AAIql'lAll |lPhil., Pa. over Easter Holidays. ifour highways coming into town| Mrs. Vivian Bush received a Rev Temple Wheeler. H Ch'ar-Grflled Ste ! 1 IMbllll I Ill'/lllilN It Miss Virginia Gisner celebrated to place the service signs on. The]yellow ribbon for the arrange- " ~ ililmm Ill mvvpll ~l IRililmlVlJil it ahernvatbirthdaYar the past week with board gave the Sight Conservat-|merit using driftwood and a for- RAYMOND A JONES O Luncheon Served D 11 , II p " e p ty at the Knott Rest ion Chairman permission to have |ced branch. , Raymond Alison Jones 55 well ttome, l a operation performed on a blind ~ | AT THE CORNER OF WEST WASHINGTON .[ " 11:45 to 2:30 P. known Charles Town contractor, Mrs. Edward Reinhart of Shep person in the county. [ U,~. ~.,,. T,...L^., tM..J.I, who far a number of years been 1 AND SOUTH CHARLES STREETS herdstown is a guest at the Knott, The visitors were two members | Iql~o .UU~ 1Ut, lt~l ffIVU~l~ ............ I / fromtheI assoclatea wnn me l~lCely UOn Rest Home nwood-Bunker Hill and . " A ------ the " structmn Company, dmd Tuesday - .... ~ | I I Lisa Statti of Pittsburgh Pa....Claytn, Do, L,on ~ Snrmn Fashmns F0r at his home in charles Town, foi- l I I l!arrived Wednesday inChartes ~,arF~asn~o~l~re30~nUnCveersm.rte~| r ,~ lowing an illness of about l0 mon S .-DINNERS-" I I Town to spena me ~:aster nell- e, .x . { be held Saturday evening, Aprd 8 ths days with rer auntMrs James ....... . ,~s,.~#.0n The deceased wash member of -- , ml ........ " at the ~oose ~mb vanquet room, JEFFERSON Many Various tel. ~vlason, 111. ] . J 1 --- ~ I , ]~,.. I .J_ .~ / i ~1 .. ........ Als0 at the same time the District | Mrs Guy Tucker of Rockville the Char es Town Presbyterian Mrs. It. J~. L. lvietz ot ~err- " - -'" , ! ll~ l~411w'T~l~l~qlql~a'/ I ll: ..... .;,~.?w,,~,* ~ ua:~.~,=~.t- official visit and Zone Chairman/model d at th " o real ~howin~ 1905, in Charles Town, a son of HOTEL 5:00 to 8:00 P. Z': I l'-1*_l~4[ll~_~llkll I ll.,,.o ,, ..... ~ ....... r y GovernorW. J. LolYWfllmakeh~s|Md., formerly of Charles Town Church. He was born April 22, l " e e mf_r ....... ~_._~, I 1 ~l L..m~[..~,L_l__ -i ~l ! Jl[.Y w~mner oaugnte~ ano sons-Bernard Perrell will hold his ]of spring and summer millinery the late Thomas M. and Rosa | ~ | I[lmdaw~l~Irana%gr~rs~n~aeS~" Zone Social. Moreon this affair/fashions from Franklin Simons ~onnson oones. BE SURE TO TRY OUl~ : | ~. | Jl].. . .._" . .. ~ Y ",will be announced later. /of Washington, D. C. on March 22 Surviving are one son Donald 1 I l- .~ ][~L.~l. I ~J.~A, / I It use t~nanes Town. t The Lions Club will hold their|at the Good Earth Restaurant in Kenneth Jones, Dover, Del.; two Altona Sugar-Cured and Smok !: 1 I IE.~l|HIFJl~ll~a~'~/ I I~l .Mrs. Robert Eyster of Wells- monthly scrap paper collection|Bethesda, Md. Mrs. Tucker re.,grandchildren, Scott and Carol; 1 II I~ il~l'lWllll~'~F~l | lllVme, ~. ~. ~s a House guest ot during the summer months on/cently was graduated from Kath[three sisters-Mrs. Ted Biller, Pal. I [ /~"~~ [ lJMiss Elsie B. Murphy at her Tuesdayeveninginstead~fSaturlerineMizellsKeyeSch~~l~fM~d[tim~re~Md.;Mrs.JackCr~wley' DELICIOUS HAM I ~ I II Home on South Samuel Street. day afternoon starting the third |eling in Chevy-Chase, Md. She is IRanson; and Mrs. Wilbur Thomp- I I _ ~ . | I~landGUeStSMrs ptheHPastB VanTolweekendatfthe~rMr" Tuesday in April the 18th. [theHar daughterDahhn ff Mr. and Mrs. I son, Char~es Town. One brother ~Receptins, l)- GrouPS II | ~l~m,--~ ~ ml~l~m~ lYm~l ~ | l[. . _ .,. , ' : ~ | ry " 0 Harpers Ferry, I Errington Jones of Charles Town ! ~ I ~ Home on ~orm Mildred Street I~ ~_J.el I~__e._ / ~ l also survive. ! I III were their son-in-law and daugh- I)all0011 DelIKJ / Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Shun l Funeral services were held banquets Partl : I I liter Mr. and Mrs, John BullockI ...... /of Alexandria, Va. are the proudlthis afternoon (Thursday) at 2 n [ ........ * [ l land young son John; Lieut. and,~|nn~a~ nparents of a daughter born Mar. lp. m. from the Melvin T. Strider FOR RESERVATIONS Call Charles ToWer I ~~~~[fi.~l i IIMrs" P" H. B. Van Tel of Wash-JJUlUl~;U '[kll$ ~lonU~ll |ch 17. Colonial Funeral Home: The ~_ m* m ~ ~ ~a-[USE mm~:~l~/ t mtington, D. C. and Mr. and Mrs, lAm I ,m -.- -,Jr / .......... 1 I II[ [ l[william Van Teland family oflUl[ng Anrll lh-lb /[ t ........... ............. =" I I [ Shepherdstown. The Bullocks left i --ThT" "'r" .... I" -" t t -n rTv i N,,e U*~nVeU~h 1 | ~1 [ ~cro,~r ~~l I llnMondayfi" their new hme in Shenandoah.Potomac Dis.|l DI:I I/ LUU ~ .uM:mur e,.,,~F.fll I] I ~~l I l lCleveland, Ohio where Mr. Bull-[trict is saluting the daffodil with/I -- ................... i I I ilock has accepted a position with[a ~how entitled "A Host of Gold-It ' , I I l]Republic Steel. l en Daffodils" Saturday, April 15[[ II#~ll~l- ~LHjjLj I ~:~ ~,. ,~ [ I I Mrs James W Bartlett and [and Sunday, April 16th in theH of ut War Memorml Building m Shep- Mrs Anthony Hankey So h .... J ~ L ~ [ I]sa uel Street left yesterday for]herdstwn. [I ARE READY TO BEGIN. 1 | ~[ .[ ~ ~ | I t a visit with Mrs. Bartlett's son [ Garden Clubs participating in [I i B V~,HA~I~ l] . I l/and Dr and Mrs Ithe show are: Potomac, Shenan-lJ ........................... 1 ! o ! | l/James W. Bartlett in Rochester: [doah, Olde Berkeley, Dolly Mad-] KL"tilMItA/IUN rriday, March 31 fr0m 3-5 PM I ........................... ~ i l/N Y ' lison, ~ecklenDurg, ~ort)orne,// A doubl*.borre[ed volue! B;g squorer ~3' ruff- " " , , Gateway, Powhatan and Perk-I ! [ plot.t*..... ,o ... v,,,. ,.., ,.,,., $ I/ Ann Funkhouser, Charles Town[a ........................ | r~rmxr~T~.r~ ~r~rv-~r~ **.. .... I ,-.W~.,.*,,r'~,~"~"o,.*,~ ''~' II/daughter of Mr and Mrs Justin/di "r'" ;. / AL ---uownstalrs 1 ! With Trade IIFunkhouser, was named" chair-| ~h~ct c~?~rman. ".. . | . pu~i C IS urgeo to ma~e II ~o ~,,,... ,. o__ ~.._ n: ........ J v,__. ~[ man of_the Orientation. Commit. [entries in the wide classifications/ WorkshopClasses Include TAP, JAZZ, BALLROOM, f m ......... nee ~ur D~gge~t ann De~t l/tee m me stuaent emcuon resmts I of daffodils in the horticulture CORRECTIVE EXERCISES I Selection of Displays of B~announced this week at Sweetlsection Rules pertaining to this " * l|Briar College. TheCmmittee[section'are as follows" CLASSES FOR TODDLERS, JUNIORS, TEENS omoo o o, o omore , , O 'TS' .___-= . . e Class fled Last of Daffo. * - -! TREVISIONS AND APPLIAFE5 3eUnr' rs'j rk etwhrs het t/ $'~'~][[.K ti~'~the M~ dill Names of the Royal Horticul- -- ,.. -- ~ ..... l| Y S/tural ~,A~o+,, o~,on ,,o +~o ~+~.a ~ len- Les~on ~ourse m is t~eing ..... l|feel a part of Sweet Briar. Miss/ard for~a'l~'clas's~ca~t~on'of~a'~'[ Featured At This Time For Teenagers and "'" on waft , ,,..~,A...A. A'.. ~... A .... ,.,.~ ..~'~, J[/Funkhouer, a sophomore, will be-/odils " Adults I gm her new dutzes m April 1 WA/LI1 rUK UUK bALA Ul'l:l~ll~b PAll:. l| ! " "" | 2. Exhibitors are permitted one CO"'E'M IN "Get Ae uainted" Wi hBea.tif REGISTER WALLPAPERS with From I/ Mrs. Richard Hart and 2 child-[ ent~ in each class ' ' q ' " ........................ = .... ,|ren spent3days with her parents/ 3*~ All varieties of daffodils "THE CAVALETTES WORKSHOP." ~ast'Se~eet~onF:ui - y rom 200 PATTERNS ON THE ]pll 1 fill} DflMINIflN APF'IIAI~.I" Cfl I/in Winchester, Va. ]must be correctly named and DL'~lprlvV" T .xr tml.r. T T.. Also Many Books, Including Imperial Sehumach " v,,,,~ .,.v.-...l n. re.n..v,, vve l| A/2C and Mrs. Don Ray Mun-| must be tagged individually with JL)X~X X X la~U ~,~21kV2klzIJP_~l~ & Walltex. We Stock Super Kern.Tone Lawrence PAITL ANTI~ nICK WEITEW lllsey, Ranson are the proud par-I tags furnished by the committee.~A~D~ ~D~ ing Paints --- Both Inside & Out. " i ' ~ ........................ ~|ents of a daughter Elissa Janei 4. All narcissi shown in speci- ..~.~--~.~o ,.,-,,~,,z, W. VA. PHONE 2141 PHONE 202 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ,|born in the Winchester Memorial men classes must be grown by REGISTRATI"N" .......... v,,, Bowers Pa,nt &'" " a, paper l' . II/Hospital, Winchester, Va. Mrs the exhibitor. --me in t 7." ..... :' . --"Y ....... - eo o ~egmter, t~uaren n you armg m Munsey ~s the former M~ss Ernes- 5 Umform containers will be ~ ' ~ " " " " " Drop In! Ask For Tom or Mildred Lennon I BIGGER and BETTER THAN EVER i{tme Nunn. I provided in all specimen classes a New Student. who wfllbe Regmtermg at the same 27 Years.%t 121 N. Charles St Charles To. . ----------- [by the committee. Cotton may be time, YOUt lcegmtration Fee Will Be FOR FREE! N,. Ston~ Hours; ~ to 5.'30 Mort. Tues. Wed., Thu.., USE THE CLASSIFIEDS l used in the neck of the container