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Atten! Dance Feshval D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Olin and Mrs. Lee Rams- of the Shenan- Dance Club attend 2nd Annual Dance Festival at hotel in Wash- Custody Suit Heard :: . ,, In Jefferson Court i l Rambow Roundup Judge Gray Silver presided'I The District meeting of the Or- over a hearing last week in the'der of Rainbow for Girls, will be Cireuil Court of Jefferson Coun held Saturday, April 15, at the ty for the past two days, hearing Senior tIigh School, and will be a evidence in a custody suit. school of instruction for all Rain- Litigants are Mrs. Vincent Man- bow Girls in this district. Repres- entatives will be sent from Mar- cus of LaVale, Md. and Donald [ tinsburg, Terra Alta, Keyser, Par- U. Heinz of Kearneysville. Mrs. Mancus and Heinz were di[ sons and Elkins. Installation of vorced from each other four the district officers will take years ago. Sinse then both have place in the evening at 7:30 p. m. remarried. The former Mrs. at the high schol and will be open day festival attract- lIeinz, now Mrs. Mancus, is seek- to the public. A banquet and a square dancers who ing to gain the custody of one of (lance are being planned for the LUltaneously in five dif- the three children born of her :Rainbow girls attending this dis to eight of the marriage to Heinz. Heinz present trict meeting. Accomodations for square dance ly has custody of all three child-overnight, have been made for the girls who have traveled a dis- lien. The )irit-Advoeate GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY .! II{OUte 340---2 Miles West of tlarpers Ferry, W. Va, GALA RE-OPEN NG tance and after attending morn- ing church services at the Metho- dist Church, they will be served a light lunch before returning to their respective towns. A committee has been named to distribute Easter baskets to the patients at the KnoWs Rest Home. This project will be car- ried out by Jane Specht, Paula Stokes, Sally Watson and Eliza- beth Saville. THURSDAY, MARCH 30 "'" WELCOME EVERYBODY ERNEST BORONINE io On Sunday, April 9 the local Assembly will celebrate Found- er's Day by atending the Baptist Church in a body. After the next regulard Rain- bow meeting on April 13 there will be a special program which has been planned for the interest of all members. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS f~t IPltlID Im lit I1$l~ "Sat. - Sun. March 31 - April 1 - 2 .... 3 BIG HITS --- 7V Radio. Television - C. Hell Baylor Honored By Press For Long Service :An cnth sia.CHe oup met * 'ithI Ninth ado--Carla AleXander. Mrs. O. S. Bloom in the tlilleary Robert Benton, Vieki Blue, Lois tIouse Saturday, March 25th to form a Clean up-Fix up-Paint up Committee. This organization is really off and running and devel- :opments will come quickly from now on. 96 A total of 96 students at Char. les Town Junior High School Brewer, Caleb Burns. Beverly Coffman, Richard Ebersole, Suz- ere tleinz, Michael Kidwell, Anne McCormick, Patricia Mahone, John Merchant, Marie Penwell, Sara Quimby, Sandra Rogers, Margaret Saville, Paula Stokes, Kay Stoiler, Marshall Thompson, Darlene Ware, Jean We!ler and Sandra Whittington. Eighth grade---Emma Bradley, Deborah Cheshire, Diane Collis, Pamela Conrad, Carolyn Costcllo. Martha Dalgarn, Pamela Demory, Gwen Evans, Linda Grant, Jack- ie Gruber, Estelle Gursky, Carol i Hamond, Barbara tlough, Joyce have made grades of a "B" or bet- I Johnston, Kitty Link, Linda Me- ter average and consequently Donough, Joyce Mercer, Marion were named at the most recent Merchant, Carolyn Miller, Donald honor roll at the school, it was!Ott, Mareie Reid, Susan Rissler, announced this week by Roscoe[walter Smith, Dickie Snyder, Payne, principal. [ Marilyn Swartz, Margaret Vorous, Of the 96. three of them made I Diane Wagner straight "A" for the term. They[ Seventh grade-- Tana Barron, were: Rosella Kern and Ann J'unior Beahm, Margaret Byrer, West of the ninth grade and Ron Gregg Carper, Dianna Chandler, aid Widmyer of the eighth grade. Harold Chamblin, Mary Lynn Others on the honor roll are: Childs, Janet Clendening Janis C. NEILL BAYLOR C. Neill Baylor, general mana- ger of the ttagerstown Herald- Mail Co. formally received Friday March 17 a plaque from the Mary land Press Association and the Chesapeake Association Press Commemorating a half century in the newspaper profession. Baylor was unable to attend the joint convention of the two assoc iations Feb. 17, because of illness. The presentation was made at :he March meeting of the Mary- land Press Association's Board of Governors. The plaque was handed to Bay- lor by Elmer M. Jackson Jr. gen- eral manager of the Annapolis Evening Capital, a former Hagers town newsman who was assoc. fated with Baylor. After listing Baylor's accom- plishments before World War I, J'E kgON AI)VO{ A H. HARRIS' production of ~IkI[MASOII~ DeLuxe A Fairview Production. A Universal-lriternational Release AL~L.. lr~EwOIMANHELOVEDI VICKERS" EDGAR ~ g r JAM.F.,S H)MISTON ~ DAU.A,$ ~IILTI~Ig I...,~., ~.~..., KENNFTH ~ Tfle, f t ~ ~r~,~ rooM- AN UNFORGETTABLE SPECTACLEI in CINETOTALSCOPE and COLOR NOTE: Admission--S1.00 for Driver and Each Passenger--Children Under 12-Years FREE ! -ANNOUNCES- Friday Nights Until 9:00 P. M. Qosed Saturday At 6:00 P. M. Gift Shop Smart Fashions Music Store J welry Store ,Cain, Jewelers Store & Store hoe Center Strider I'Iardware Service Caperton Brothers Jefferson Hardware Co. Kastle's Men's Shop Leggett's Dept. Store Lucille's Small Fry Shop Modern Home Appliance Sales and Service Smith Tire and Battery Company Melvin T. Strider Co. Swimley's Furniture Store, Inc. Town & Country Clothiers Western Auto Associate Store White's Record Shop Hi Fi Stereo in which he was a member of the THURSI)AY, MARCH 20, 1961 .%-B Clopper, (h'egg Corbin, Linda Cogle, l)anny Creamer, I,inda El Its, Ellen Funk, Jane Goodell, James Iteflebower. Susan llill, Chester ltill. Chester llines, Bessie Jenkins, Toni Kearns, John Kite, IAnda Link, Cheryl Miller, Shelia Moler Deborah Mor ris, Rebecca Nerhood, Susan Oft, Carolyn Penwell, Douglas Perks, leannie Rolh, Jeffrey Eagle, John Schoel, Bill Senseney, Norabelle Shuman, Susan Stephens, Evelyn Taylor, Janet Turner, Olivia Up- wright, Peggy Vickers, Rebecca Ware, Frank Welch, Eddy Whit- tington, Linda Willingham. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Air Force and his editorial direc- , , # tion until he was made general manager several years ago, Jack- ona ......Dadios -- "It is a tribute to a man who is respected and loved by all who Appliances have had the privilege of working All Sizes -- Lots Styles with him, or have known him un- West Washington Street der other circumstances. To his legion of friends, this gentleman- [ I',) ( 10% Charles Town, W. Vs. ly,editor has many virtues. I First, he is adept in his pro- fession. Outstandingly qualified for newspaper work, the good friend we are honoring has al- ways enjoyed the bright touch of LA[ILrOA imagination. S "A warm, enthusiastic man with a pleasing personality, Mr. : Baylor's distinguished career has $ 1 !.99 to .99 been marked by his deep sense of " dedication to responsibilities of p:L a : ?oLFsoft many kinds. When necessary, he has shown moral courage and the Nee toughness required to do a job well." , . . AD!ES Baylor, in accepting the plaque, said: , Plus Tax YOU NEED A SPECIALIST "I was most regretful I could IN INSURANCE, TOO not attend the AP-MPA meeting : Regular $17.99---SALE $ The physical health of and I did not know then'that this everyone in your family is honor would be conferred upon important and frequently me. It was a complete surprise, ,Lots' of Styles requires the aid of a spe- but to all my friends in'this pro- ~" ~L~ ~ : REDUCED FOR EASTER cialist, Your 6nanciai~" fession, in Maryland, the District $ health also reqiuires prO- a ()f Columbia, Penn~sylvania and fessional attention. An ex- Delaware, i offer my heartfelt J "ii ' ,e pert analysis of your en- I. thanks for their thoughts,"' I tire personal or business , .... ,,~ ~ ~ .. , L ' ' I insurance program is an important part of" our - P.S., Personal Service. H. S. CLOPPER, Insurance, and Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Vs. Telephone 216 AT II II ttf! Chamber of Commerce % BroMm Blaekford eeutlve 8eeret~r~ "Living History, Inc." will de. finitely move to the Harpers F r- ry area about June 1st. "Living History" is comPosed of llumts of Confederate troops-infantry, cavalry, and artillery. They are now located Maryland but feel that they should be in this area for historic reasons. It will also mean a good deal to us to have them here. * * * * * Applications are now being ac- cepted in the Jefferson County Credit Bureau, Inc. This is an or- ganization that has been badly needed here for a long time. Those who are interested in ob- taining this business protection are asked to get in touch with Buddy Smoot or your Chamber of Commerce. * * * * * Visitors to Natural Bridge will remember the photo-murals in- stalled in the Gate House there. SUITS i These depict various scenes with in the State of Virginia. Natural Slims Reg. - Husky Bridge has generously offered to place one of our attractions in .99 to this display at their Gate House. We have been in touch with a studio in Richmond that does this sort of work and find that the cost would be around $200.00 for a photo-mural 5 feet long by 40 inches in depth, mounted on one half inch Homosote board and varnished for indefinite protec- CASH tion. Our Board has this matter un- CHARGE der advisement. John Newcomer of Cliffside will submit suitable LAY-A-WAY pictures at the next Board meet- ing. * * * * * The $efferson County Commun ity Asn. will hold a Square Dance at the Community Center on May 28th from 9-12 P. M. Those inter- ested are asked to mark their cal endar now and not to schedule another event for this date. Sizes 1 - 4--3 - 6x--7 - 14 $ .99 to $i ,.99 COATS AND TOPPERS REDUCED FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. .99 to $ Arehdale - Natural Bridge - Fashion Lane - Red Ridinghood Size 6 - 20 Also Husky $ .99 !BOYS DRESS PAN S Slim - Regular Husky--Size 6 - 20 I CHARLES TOWN'S USE OUR MILLVILLE METIIODIST WSCS TO IIOLI) BAKE SALE The W. S. C. S. of Millville Me- thodist Church wilt hold a bake sale at While's Super Market on west Washington street Friday, March 31. Beginning about 9 o'clock a. m. with lots of good things to eat. Eggs, home made cakes, pies, rolls, cookies and can- dy, etc. III II II I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 II I I Yes, always make it a point to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. Here, you are assured prompt professional $erv- ice and fair prices. Make a note now of the name and convenient location. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Vs. to bring out the beauty in Spring's exciting fashionsl pair Jr.'s - Reg. - Half Sizes Largest Selection in Town. .99 to 9- 9 Friday 9 - 6 Saturday CENTER DEP7 STORE MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE SHOPPING LAY-A-WAY PLAN NOW FOR EASTER! --- PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS .-. C i /