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? stock, (about 200 patteru ), from '"Tom Jones" sleeves edged with the winter months, after visiting Only 29c - Up To $1.25 (A sln le Roll) PAINT IS ON SALE AT ONLY $3.98 a Gallon (The No-Drip Kind, Too) Why Not Drop In Soon? THEY ARE OPEN: 8 To 9 Fri. - 8 To 6 Tues, Thurs., Sat. and Mon. Wed. From 8 A. M. To 1P. M. P. S. - Or you can take one of their 68 Pattern books home to look at. P. S. No. 2 - Green Stamps or May-26 Central Charge. IIII I I I I a ruffle. Her matching complex- the past three weeks with Mr. ion veil was acce~ted by a halo and Mrs. Richard Dailey, Mrs. of floral appliques. She carried a Grace Moler and Mrs. Edith nosegay of purple carnations and Psillas. white rosebuds, with purple strea Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Jones mers. and family of Lyman, South Car- Miss Elizabeth Butler, sister of olina, were weekend guests with .the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh F. Moler She wore an identical dress to and son, Bakerton. that of the honor attendant. And Cletus Atkins, employee at the also carried a nosegay of purple Jefferson Publishing Co., Inc. has carnations and white rosebuds, been a patient in the Charles Dr. Jarsen, father of the bride- Town General Hospital, where he groom, was best ma~ for his son. underwent medical attention this The ushers were Thomas Hards week. Dick of Winchester; and Robert of Flint, Mich,; Robert R, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, of Ill.;Charles Town; Benjamin Warrenton, Va., are the parents of a daughter, Sara Jennifer, born March 29 in Warrenton Hospital. Mrs. Wilson is the former Miss IF YOU ARE AN EXPERIFNCED SEWR(G MACHINE OPERATOR AND:. O INTERESTED IN STEADY WORK LIKE WORKING UNDER INCENTIVE SYSTEM DESIRE PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS WE CAN USE YOU ! ! ! ION GARMENT COMPANY Winchester Avenue, Martinsburg, W. Vet. Call 263-3351 * Apply In Person Monday Thru Friday 9 AM.5PM "March 31.2t- Sandy Bradley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Bradley, Texas, and Dr. Wilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, near Lee. town. G. Bailey Boyd, well known for- mer resident of Charles Town and the county, was a visitor on Mon- day, renewing acquaintances and meeting friends before attending the races at Shenandoah Downs. Bailey is employed by the Grand Union Grocery chain in Washing- ton, D. C. Mrs. Bonnie Queens of Alex- andria, Va., spent Thursday and FHday gt the home of her par- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bar- I IN * C' ARLRS TOWN The Shenandoah.Potomac Council of Garden Clubs won one of the top awards, $450 In cash, at the annual meeting of the West Vlrghaia Garden Clubs, Inc., held last week at White Sulphur Springs. The award, offered by the Sears-Roebuck Company, to an outstanding project by a Woman's Club went to the Garden Council here for It's nationally.known House and Garden Tour held annually. The above picture shows (left to right)--Mrs. William Tru~aeH, president of ~the Council, holding the award, while Mrs. Fern Grove, and Mrs. Robert Leonard, are shown holding the beautifuilyexeeuted scrap beo t / O Girls Suits : Lad!es Suits Girls Coats Ladnes C ats Ladies Toppers Ladies Hats ] OPEN EVERY FRIDAY & S RDAY il NIGHT TILL NINE