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R H et "lkffi'J .travel to Keyser to take on the CD/ DT MI W AUD VIEW i two countries, according to A11 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMerS H~ ]Potomac State ..atamounts. O! VnlJ Ill~J #Ill J Nerhood, President of the ~iwan I ,~__~.9 n THITR.~n~,Vi .......... --~ -++ ] The Shepherd College track FROM PAtzr, I ritual rAGE I is Club of Charles Town. The an- ] . __ '. FROM PAGE I--A ! ........... ,, nouncement was made at the l . team wm also de in acuon ~won ..... Moo 'e H me ram with Protem third home game in four days |day with Coach Jesse Ri--leman ABOU 1 80 WESI VIRGINIA Umverslty varmty foot- time of the 1961 observance oft ..Is o . . .... I g ..... when they play host to Mount I tak'i'n his team into Wincnester, Ball canOldates, including 25 lettermen, will get spring Canada- U. C. Goodwill Week[...*n.e uo.or prize went lrs:ll Irs: Vlrgmm orsey .... . , . which is scheduled for the period v~rgmm ~orsey ann me t~ooa ot ot me program Union on Falrfax field, i Va. for a meet at Shenandoah ralnlng arms underway a urday in iVlorgan own, lee ............... I the Cha"ter "rize to Mr" Ph"lli" I ~" ...... Also Saturday afternoon Coach I College. squad ra es as tee mos expermnced the lvlounmineers .z - prll zo;.uanaua-u... .lprop,s - Tomorro- is the l~evin Strider's Shepherdstown / Tuesday afternoon the Shep-l,ave nau in Iu years or more. l~e~:s l:ome ~l~a~ l~ carreO Judges who will select the cam ~tO~U~vn~W,33Ks a~wneU#~no,r~w~eI Th3 Cha~ter adjourned to meet I saving device of to~a~ High batsmen wilt open their |herdstown and Harpers Ferryr,gt Oil arougn ann on into the l all season, munity's Outstanding Young I -- ........ [ . . . ...... .' . ~.---.~.v..--- -. ~- ............. again Tuesday, Aprll lltn :or me France anu revels S 1961 seasOfa i'd oBnsboro, Md. |Hgh track teams will go to Boons ~ Farmer were named last week by ,=,,m ~t'h,,oU~ ~risner will be [ ............ I . _ . . --.--..--- ~ ...... -- , rmmemaKmg unapter 1~1 nt ~'ro-i .wane ~o end war tauglinjt with the Bo0nsboro H gh | bard for a four team meet on the DANNY O'CONNELL. WhO reaved a lot of baseball at John Bartlett, chairman of the - "h ..... " *"~ ~" ......... +'-r th" Ig " team .... + /Bonsbro High track. Musselman ...... " _ j'. :_ ...................... Junior Chamber of Commerce beI wllarles ~own s t eglon ~'arK While ne w~ ill bile D, lllly ~tllU . . . ~.touuwx~x a~,~vx ~,,u~ ,,v ~u,8 These two ~attles will w~d u and Boonsboro wall be the otner . committee now midway through . . ,. the ~,.H,m ..ill M..a~,~ ~h~P /two competitin teams s a mnea ever, IS sal(1 tO be vnekey vernon s an area-wide search for nossible I'.eld thursday evenmg, April,271 DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist .................... .u.. ....... ' n w 'na ,, ,, .- at me lue rass Inn in |he lno the Shepherd College baseballers [ In the baseball spotlight Tues CllO,ce open season s condd b:SoeIO:e oi01eilees er- ' contenders. .. _ Ima Jefferson Hotel. [ EYES EXAMINED --GLASSES FITTED ............. : ors on vmnaay. ' es g e g , - Termed mp agricmmre aumor ~he neace markers each ofl dours:--9:45 - 5:00--Ciose l'uesaay and Thor t. "- R ' _ : non said this week. l ities, the judging panel includes: wl~ich been erected by Kiwanl "OPEN EVENINGS By Appointment Only. ~n|~n M~_| ~ =~~--:::---~ i Past winners of the Outstanding [ls Clubs on onnosite sides of the l I Pbone 785 t12 S. Charles St. Charles Town, ,Hyde, -- : - -- -- . ............ Youn Farmer .,ro ram Robert t .'-'- .. - ,' ~~ ~~ day afternoon wnl de me ~tar-,ll~..._&L__ n_l .... I.~ . e,: ...... v '9 - .. I common ooraer, worKmg m con-/ ..... gain, wnllam tiensnaw, |l,~,i~,,~,.-- t~ .... &l ~~7~~ tmsuurg titgn batsmen playmg r~[llR~r Ddl~imli ........ [cert, are located at all principal l" nHHIIllU . kHI'.IHII nose to rleo~esvdle. L ' npwara+..uemor.y,, nlcnara I ports of entry. Two of them are I I uv~u Inu~ VVVIVI ~~~ ~/cUnesua~ afternoon the Shep |I~A~ I |~A~A~ II A Renauu ann ~:lmer VlcKers. Iocated away from the border-one [ - ---/ --- - ----I -. .... n, , ,.. ....... " ~~i~+ ,,;,'u ua~m,eu w,l, aga,n de m a~, ~|up ~p~li~l l~ [ Basis for their judging will be I,a Wasmngton, D. C. and one all II~'Y-~lql3fll?lhlllllll l~.atnleen ..... rlanley, popular ~~~ ,an on ,lea' name u,amunu, ma,- .. -- nomination forms, submitted, by. I ~ne site at ~v, ount Elsennower m I - _~w- - _.~ _ ._ a- .... I New York fashion model, ,s ~~~ mg .os nr,u~ewater tvau flflCVlll 11t. ,the general public. Wmner will I~ne Canadian l~ockms. / ............... ~" hard of hearing - but no one ~+ -"" -! legs. ~narles xown wall also De m ~w~,,,~ , ~ m I be the young farmer-between the [ The idea for the peace markers I WI:II$~II~K I~UUNIT .~..~. Woilldknowit! She wearsthe ~~!ii i acuon mat atternoon, gomg to .......... [ages of 21-35 who has made the l came from the erection of the/ Ranks High o$ Recreational Ar~o latest Sonotone hearing aid r arpers 'erry to help me , gers lO]1ne +curtalonwas on me igreatest progress in his agricul-I Harding International Goodwill/ . ~ffh.llt~,,l.*~t~,v|~ Wffh. ~~~ aden ther name season i~,,~ ..... ,? ........ o.. ~.~,,~, lure career, best practiced soil lviemorlal in Stanley Park, Van./ ~ ..~+.~. ........... ~~?i~ I ...... " and natural source conservation couver, British Columbia This/i~~+ ~~_~.L..~ ................... - ........ ",.+ - x*uesoay algernon on the Hedges ~:~,ue~ays, ,he coumn ~ ~~~ a ~ R . ~- ~1, / v~lle .rhgn. cuamona a.nu .~otn tne I and played the most responsible [monument commemorates a | J '-'- " -:--" - .~kl~ ]~. ,~.~~ t narles xown n gn ranmers anu Iii ' , . land contributing role in commun Ispeech on Canadtan-United States/ ] - - -- ,' ' She wears her Sonotone at ~~~ |V II~li~ll IVl llUb~ tee Hedgesvdle ~agms appeareu Illv a~talrs and betterment. I~ .... ,~h .... ,~,, .n *h.* ~n.t in/ I~------~-~= ,u~ +~ :-" "__-IA--~ dozens of fashion shows and ~r~~~ _ -- _ to be numbered by me near treez I ". ...... v a - et I l'9~3"b~"~res~ent"~/a~r'en ~har / ~ _.~.-~w-~_'S:_-._, ~ .~_~-'-~ I | _, picture assignments::, and /~~ At n nerdst0wn; ~a~?:::*a7 uf3mbelTds~d Iho~orlSlPga~ea::aP: ~). ~.~qUat dlng, Yshortly before his death./ ~:~__ _~~ no one ever spots st. tier ~ -e- . __. s ........... Ithe Blue Grass Inn An outstand-IHarding was a Kiwanian. In 1935/ ~~ ~~:. ~~~ secret. It's worn behind the ~ exmmuon wmcn nnauy went m ,, ~]~ I*'avoP of (:a~e, C-llbert lvaller s Jmg aumorlty from the field of the hrst "'peace marker was erec| ~,~L~,z._ ~'~._@~e~, _~~+,~ ear, covered by her hairdo, in I nr~ Me,is ,=--:- ~7 ---_:-~-- ,agr,culture IS exnected to be the'ted on the Ambassador Bridge be I --~'~- " ~ ~ ...... .... agles oy a lo-u score " .... , . . No part of her hearing aid __ I .... er [ speaker at tnls dinner. I tween Detrmt, lvilcnlgan and Wm J As one of the State s h ghest and roughest counties, Wo ut course mere were num Is on the bad l r4ommees wno nave been eel dear, Ontario .~ . . Y. Although this will only be the ous ,,cod reasons for the poor i ................. " [ ........ _" ............... I County lends itself admirably to recreational activit~ onotone can help you, as second year since the sport was _ " ......... I eeteu to date mcluae samara mas I ,acn peace marker uear u~e I we have helped Kathleen mtroauced at the sendal a total of i snwmgzo, m e teamsl nean gn ]on and Joan Day .of l)epnerds-I!egend:. "This unfortified Boun-I Holly River State Park and thousands of acres of ] Itanlcy. C.all,_ drop.in or write lm8orCasnd~d~teeS ~tf:sthmem ~uP::d ': ba:i"~l]t;l"cu'l't f'or"-the'o~u~I:e]ders~ ] ~we ~t~c~ie~ walker at ~,enan- i 3~Canma~e ~et~v~n ~ei~3n~l~:#ens I gahela National Forest provide excellent recreationa xor xuu lnt.orma. !o, about o-t a* n-,m .... wn lack of opportumty to get m any I ,.,, .......... r a v I of America should quicken the re I It ranks among the foremost counties for fishing and o_ur new nearing alas-plus an :'._":'::__ amount ot outdoor WOrKOUtS ann I ........... Z" ""; "" -'" .... membrance of the more than a I illustrated fashion book Let ~~J~ r~ga ~c~mm, .Coacu vm onoouru , me numbmg-hkecold weamer Ier program win receive a pmque centu,'- old friendship between [ Timber has been the backbone of Webster's econc v~' sam las~ weeK. ' a e ~a.lltl a cllallce at DeC0allllg W. +~ us show how YOU, too, can ............ wmcn prev 11 d. i ................ ..n~, v,.mv tar-p~r I these countries-a lesson of peace I decades, but it also has extensive coal reserves, as look o " uoacn usoourn mrmer stateu - * " a thou *" ............ " .... ..... ti " y urbest, hear your best tiedgesvale started out s to all na ons I i~ that wmle at tee -r-sent ttme he ' . l wmcn w11 mcluae an all expense I I touched. It is the birthplace of such rivers as the " " gh they would run the yantners A B~II AI/B~A Ikll ~ a~ had only three meets in which .... , ~,,,.v ,,, +'h~,q,,~ q'-,,,n m /pa*d trxp to me ~tate ,Jaycee t;on [u. ^+ ,, n [ Little Kanawha, the Gauley, the Holly and Cranber~ the Cardinal tracla en .w.ill.partic or der' wl e -- ey' 'cored Iven.uonk...^ .... .... m- .... ,u Iw0men ut nave I mineral springs at Webster Springs, county seat, rep lpate ne nopes to De able to pu~ nee times 'in the firstthree I x~ ,~ .upon t.a~ u,~ puu.,..,,, I I ..... --a_,_. ,___-- ---I "'-til lll~ bnv~ m st lea* ,u,. -trier I I get behind the young farmer in ll , t. ., I nave curauve powers, are W~le~y m~ow~, m~u tun - ~s ............ frames But Charles Town didn't I kl/ lP/ kll .LiP U ..... It___ _ meets, I t e " and m the last frame i-de county and nommate those IUSlne$s Meeting I decades ago were the center of a thriving health resa | ,, g v up, vno are ehgible 3U U unt Ol flagersl0wfl Ihe Shepherdstown trackmen came withe one hit of pullmg I .. _ _: .... I ........................ I ............ ~ -'- 1860 and named for .,-" -,-,-- ..... --- - "eam I ....... I r~ommauon oanKs are avazlao I Dzzarze atowIz wnapter numuex I -xne eoUtnl y wan xormuu uz ,,,,~ v---~,v,,-~ ," "-""-'~ me game out or me tire . le from me Power Co office, 1028 of the Women of the Moose ROY B. I .tRR, Manager meet m soonsooro, Md. aprd ll, Tee two teams commltt'ed a to-I .. ".. , I .......................... I star, famed orator and statesman. .... ,~., n ....... w,m ~vtusseHnan, ~arpers r erry tal of 14 errors nee b ~ed es I,mamDer ot Commerce OHlCe ann lUCia their, regmar uunne~s meet- I outn r'otomae treet uagerstown. Md. an" ................... ao otuer I . . ' . Y,., g " I all eed Stores m the County. I ing Tuesday, March 28 at the I In Webster County and throughout West Virginia, ,~ uuu~,.,u.u, ~,~,,+~ ~ ~ V*lle and live Dy bnarles ,own A a m.___ , ....... ............. - I " + [ I Moose Home. The meeting w s I U S Brewers Foundation works constantly to ass -~ttm~ nvq~rm~twn t~v, gent o-o~,~ ~am~. I to~al ot six p,tcners w0rKett for /A, , 'F '' * I called to order at 8 o'clock by I ' '" "" ..... ! - d " -~ ' ' " " ' em me sale ol ~eer anu ale unGer p easant, or erly or ChaHes Town 825 . _l y. Card!nals.also plan to par- i U_ .e two t_eams a ]a ,,am.ong.tn . |reties iown rtiwams [Senior Regent, Mrs. BessieTum-I tide. Believing that strict law enforcement serves ~tu~pate m une m-~tate ~umerea gave up a tuun~ u~ x+ wa~a~ auu I I blin After the v our-~old Declar- ~ ................. " ce ~o oe held :vta,, ti in Boonsooro ,at two batters I .~Ai ~ a .a~ I .. " ........ I best interests oz me peopte, me vounaauon stre~ ....... . ~ atlon ann r011 Call, minutes oz pre o~ i . l'he other meet will I~e tee Reg ....................... d :- II0 idlll~l~e U{~0 WIll I ....... I dose cooperat,on wxth the Armed Fore., law en~ +, ...... ,, ,, s / . i The PSagten tuu~ a o-u xeu ~x / r-- I VlOUS meeungs were reaa oy *'ro I - .,a ..... ,.mo+.Z.., ;,. I ~j~'j~A /,~.~, .~..~,,'7~_~-~M... mnai to be staged in Cobourn I tne ftrst zrame on a walk, error, I ......... , ,,,, . tern Recorder, Mrs. Thelma Sulli- I ment .a..,.,,~ .......................... .~ I ......... otadlUm ih Marurisburg May 13. a stogie by Bob Brmdle" and a ] Wi~'fl Pmamm AOrliII van i t . uat,on program. . I /'~J~-'~ -. Coac~ Osbourn Is count~g on long name run by Danny Clinger-I r I The Co-Workers then proceed- I ! ~ ~_~ terra Sarra, a o-~, .~t~ pound I man into left field.. I There are now thirty-two Ki- | ed with the business session Cam I -~~ Unlte_d States ~ophomore to lead his t~arulnals Not Effective a l e er ** [ ' . ...... I " ! "" |w n's sponsored peace makers a-Imunications and notic s w e ] . ... -. Foundat i .. m the nelo events with good per-| Wlihngnam started on the|long the three thousand mile"Iread- / '- : - ~" " "'" ~--~r~. ~ WESTT VIRG, I A D VIRGINIA ! ,/ +.~ J// / . j/ / mrmances in the b~oad and hxgh {mound for Charles Town, but he I Canada-United States border each I The Women of the Moose will ! + ..... ~" w~.....,,?~,~..~ ..... um s "" v and ........... : ""*""*" " | .7/~/~ ~ d'~/"~O~-- ~'~7-./g .2I~f~2"~ ~ .P . ..... Iwas not ha the least eftectl e /one dedicated to dramatmng the !serve the Lens Club a dinner[ ~' -'~ ""*""'**' "'i i _ . uere Is now me squad snapes ld+dnt stay around too eng. I peaceful neighborliness of the April 8 in the social room of the I up: I Two errors, a walk and a twoI ' / I...--. . .... Seniors I bagger by Johnny Lowery, gavel " : * F ~/C~'.$ ~ "-~ff/~ ~';',~ ~-~" Jerry Boyd--pole vault and dis~ Itonn~r~tmheer:n~WO [~Up~em ~h3:ec:I ~ 41 ,~ "~ .~ 41 ~ ~ 1 ~g'~ ~~,~ CoA~,~ ~ CharlesSwope--discus the ballgametemporardy ' ~n(~xl I '! + ~-.~. 01lie Weller--440 and'~0 yard In the top of the second, the ~/t"~l 1 ~,,,~.~' ~ ~2,~,~,~ #,~ ,/~g.C ,~,~./ _ Sophomores .... /a single by Frank Albright: / I~' i ""- . _.) nave uerr---pole vamt, nign I The Eagles scored what proved/ - "4 . i / jump. i to be the deciding run in the botl " I i A __ -- L -- | Ar~ Doug Fiegel~-220 and 440 yard/tom of the fifth on two Charles| 1 i g'b V/~/'1 f k 1" dl H~~ ~ Tfl~ dashes. Town errors. , J D nenYn ammnd"'440 and 8801 Coach Harry Barkers sopho- OL l aL 9 / ~~ ..~. / y .. - . t S. .... | more-laden club staged a two-out/ i ~l,$~..g,f/~-~Z~ ~o~'~.~ -. Kooer .. rheller--poie vane /rally in their last time at bat/ . __ __ _. v ~arreu yarsons--nur.mes, when Spies, the Hedgesville @ / .... Terry Sarra-- broad lump and/moundsman at the time, develop| _raw | | nlgn jump ke a / , . "_ . | ed control trouble. He wal d | 1 "11"1"1 j 1 i'--ii i .... resnmen .. I man and then hit two batters to/ / I I I I | I I I Curtlpuole--half rune:.... I fill the bases. Another walk for-/ .l. IJL l ~onata Brass iRlrales, mgn -- | ced in a run, and then Charlie! it a, jump " " "~ O~4DIIRI Pd~ ~Atllkl D~HPiaHilil David Harry shot put I Jackson doubled to score two/ LflAflL3 /UWfl fi1AIL a? r aHeO sgl;nd'- ' 220 440 M erPnU;:nthth atYe'smg id __ _1 _ " " -- fly to left field where Darrall f " Charhe Kidrlek 220 and 440 MERCdAHTS ASSOCIATION YagkdeaSh~s'h--~ and 880 yard I tMoU?ahy t~ut~iatl~e?u~tbebe~ogrhe T~nhdi~ events : g - / : the ground. I Ill II A I! kl A P P i Philip Shultz--220 and 440 yard Stearns and Spies worked on/ - - ] IN WEST VIRG'm'a YOU PAY 1 A fl H U U t, !: 3 ' : . the mound for Hedgesvllle and HankWhlte--hurdler cks Snow and 10 TAX" i Wilingham, Sto ,$ + Roper worked for Charles Town, Ilwlr'g I NGW TIIRi:' gAIIRq I Meetia Fflday |With Rper turning in the best/performance. ON 10 GALLON " ......... -s The boxscore:. ',I OF GASOLINE Ilimll V/Vilm- ilVV V At/AtYFWTorlan I Charles Town sRH/ [Wilson, ss .............. 3 1 0i . r ff ll I .]Davis, 2b .............. 4 10| , zaa... ..., o.aa . u .0r. nu LvvpiRoper, rf, p 3+ 0 O! .... '" ' -J.. increaseexpiresonJtme30thasscheduled-thenatioll I I1UO Ill I~ UIIIII I.VU I. IVh I t~ .... r ............~ - ./ ~czSollne laxes Will DO ioweroo .............. .~ tJ~l ~ ~!1 A .... ;.h ...^..+,.~ ,... i. ..... . I ....................... ~ ,~x~ - . highway oro ram will actually get : zza mnnon mo*~ . Elsmon, c ............ 4 2 if the latest tempo dry " Feder l/ma P ed for Friday night at 7 p. m. in I Willin.ham .. If 4 0 2/ each year than It now receives from the latest ! ~vo~-~ ~im~$ ~z v,vv ,, I'm. the Veterans of Foreign Wars I~".~ .~ , v........ ~ ~ n/ Federal gasoline tax mcrease temporary asoline tax increase. ' Post home in Charles Tow" n of aH ....................... * - - , ' ............. ....a [ Stagner, ph ............ 0 | expires on June 30th as scheduled by In January of this year, after an exhaustive 2-year Peterson, 2b ............ 0 0 0 ...... U $' rho. U. Rr-thers ers of the Jefferson County Soft- nh n ni the 1959 Federol Hlghwoy Act, vey of national transportatmn pohcy, a special . Photo & Gift Shop I , ball League which operated last t Snow, p, 2b ............ 4 1 1| Senate study group confirmed thewlsdom of this decmO ' [ , year. ...... . .... Stocks, if, p ............ 0 0 0J Along with all go d citizens, we are in favor of v,-=..-:. I. .... a .... .... u. You will be able " + W e ermy Anders, WhO IS neaomg ' .... w... u""" ....... , Jefferson Hard ar Co Lowery, lb 3 1 1 buildin the roads that the motorm ubhc needs, loW# Dlamoml's Smart Fashions ] up the drive to re-organize the t ............ ./ . ~. ....... ~ p .... . enjoy a steadily improving highway system, at a But m tbe last 1U ears alone, federal ann ~tate taxes ]-- six.team league which operated; 9 6/ , Y ,asoline tax-rate. + " Kastle' s Men ' s Shop thelaSt sameSeasn'teamsSaid thatit is partleapat hoped." that edIt ............ R2 HI1 rocketednatinwideto Ona omt gasolinewherehaVeasoline,skyrocketeda basic 51%commodit -sky-, " , Evarhart's Music Store] ....... " "^ r^ resenta ' Miller, cf ............. / P g _ Y .... I .", " I Ruppenthal, e .......... 4 2 0/ is actually taxed at a Yate live times as high as/luxuries : , + , lion at me Jfrlaay meeting. 0 - I Leggett s Dept. Store " " " - ere I Steams, p ............. 1 0 | like diamonds and minl: coats .... ,o I, m league play last Season w Spies, p .............. 1 0 O| ' HERE ARE THE FACTS ABOUT ! S hepherdstown, Mltlville, Harpers Brindle, 3b ............ 2 1 1/ Must gasohne taxes be so h,gh. Most people believe TODAY'S HIGH GASOLINE TAXES I Lueille's Small Fry Shop 'erry.ua ltown and two teams i Sperow, 3b . .. .......... 2 0 1| that gasoline taxes are high because the m ney is needed OldppDl~'m~e ~tOreHurrySewel from t~narles **'own Clingerman, iD 'ZlZ .... ,. ::liil~edaX n IOe:~iti:[[ I I FOX, rf ....... : . t 1 O . . Goso ne is taxed ol o rate 5 t'mes a , "~1 Smith Tire and hnreh Prde Fflr , ....... / , these highway-user tax revenues were spent ~or high- diamonds ' l-otomag Llgll & I at[ery 15o puny I 10 5| wads-as they should be--gasolme taxes couta de towerea, a rh.. ,~v .... e Wes Vir ini motor vehicle PO ( lltfipalw J AlbnlJlJv (* fld J 8core by inn/rigs: | and the highway pPogram given a boost, owner pays $91 a yearn gasoline taxes. ~ , ,. ,~.~uaz~ xuw~ v~.~ v,~v ~ .. .... n three Jncreases Melvin T. StriderCo. Since 1951 there have bee R " 1~ ~.- ~ The Rev William P Reed pas Hedgesvflle 333 010 xl0| Infact, the Federal-A~d Htghway Act of1959 prowdes dleberge s ~zore r Fcde 1 as t m the Federal gasohne tax alone I tar of Calva j Asseml ly of Go l / that when the added tempo ary ra g" oline ax ex- " " Swamley's Furniture located. .... on Falrfax" + boulevard, on Mrs. F. L. Aylor Will.+ / pires on June. 30th,. 1961, as scheduled,, somC..v t$802" mil-_ e ..,dee,In lhehavelaStsk10yrocketedYears, gasoline51%--yettaxeSthe natnatin'onal- + Fifth Avenue m Ranson announ- Speak to UDC April 11 / lion a year m highway-user taxes--now dt er ed to tin ....... o.tu L4m t .... ced'the followln~ schedule of ' - " -- , - "" "- .... J '-- .... it--' average price or gasofine itself nas men omy I" " ~ / U. ~. lreasurv S ~eneral [uno--WlU IH~t~iitl ~ ut;pob t;u ..... . meetings for Sunday and subse- I The speaker for the U. D. C.i ;, ,h.. I-l;.h,.~v q -l t F.nrt 5.5% durm ,me same per,on. +' 'a--~,h ~. ~.t~lA. ~r,,,~. ~D, ~ .... *,-~, /~l,*h~,,~.~ quest week nights. Sunday ]meeting on Tuesday afternoon,/ ..... e ..... ...... --:-" : o.u u m ............. : ......... School at 10:00 a. m. morning wor I April 11 will be Mrs. F. L. Aylgr| As a result, ff the latest Federal temporary gasOline tax . . , , i ship services at tl:00 a. m. Even- ' of Berryville, Va. She has been I " .... ,., ....... ._,_ ing Evangelistic Services at 7:30 asked to speak by Mrs. R. E. Valley I/~war~ w eseern. ~uto. . p.m. Tuesday the Christ Ambas L. Metz, hostess. Members who "1 "~ ~'N "1 * " ~ P" ~" 1 ASSOCiate tore sadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thurs- wish transporta'tion please callI | [ T I C I|YII I [" [ I t i .... , ...... day Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. , Miss Baylor before noon April 11, J J JLJL % .JI(,4A %.gJ[JLLJL%, JL%. I,. ,| & T. V, wnne s t eeora nop gSE CLASSI Db I I :, Presented-in+the,publi4nterest,by:the G o ol :E! : :