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~r. and Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mer- family moved last Wed- ay to a trailer in the Stiles Court. The Mercer fam- been associated with this raunity since the Civil War Bill's grandfather, the late Mercer, a native of and a soldier in the Army, married the former Ashly, of Virginia, ington, and Ray. A. J. Swiger, of : Phillippi, have been spending the i past week at the former's retreat on the Henry Clipp farm. Nelson Penwell and family who moved several weeks ago to Ran. son from the Henry Dean farm owned by Dr. H. B. Langdon moved Saturday to the Marcus brothers dwelling recently vacat. ed by the George Kisner family ning guests of Harry's mother, Mrs. Nellie Gageby and Mrs. Mary Engle. Mr. Marian Cogle, of Balti. more, Md., spent the weekend with his wife and children. Mr. Gary Staubs motored to Norfolk, Va., Saturday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. Leon Staubs and small daughter, Robin. They spent Saturday night in Norfolk Va., with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Free- man and daughter and returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Rowe and two children, of Rohrersville Md., were Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES - WASHERS - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS- EVISIONS ~eur Hearing Oeserves The Best I SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 APPLIANCE CENTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street'-2. Charles Town, W. Va. PURPLE FOIL EASTER BASKET $1.25 ASSORTED CHOCOLATES llb.box $1.60 I LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO DELIVERIES OF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR m ill i1! i i i PiPE DREAM Boatowners, your mid- winter dreams will soon come truel As you prepare for the coming season, don't forget to check your insurance. An uninsured boating mishap could keep you in drydock for a long time. Ask us about ~Etna Casualty's new Commo- dore Yacht Policy. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Red Estate Charles Town, W. Va. I Phone 725-2621 Z day afternoon supper guests of Mrs. Viands' parents, Mr. and ......... " Mrs. Frank Whittington, of Man- ning. Church Announcements at SCHEWELS in WINCHESTER The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service of the Engle Metho- dist Church, met Tuesday night, Miss Lillian Myers Here are some of the advantages of Shopping at Scheweis: April 5, at 7 p.m. ~. . - -- - The NYF of the Engle Metho- Miss Alice A. Stickel, secretary LOWEST PRICES -- EASY TERMS dist Church is holding an Easter to the trust officer of the Old Na- egg hunt for children throughtional Bank, Martinsburg, for the GUARANTEED QUALITY the Sixth Grade Saturday at 2last ten years, has been promoted p.m., at the church hall. All chil- to assistant trust officer accord- F R E E D E L I V E R Y dren in this age group aare invit- ing to an announcement made by l ed to attend. President Lacey I. Rice. The chargewide Methodist Len-Miss Stickel, daughter of Mr. ten service was held Wednesday and Mrs. Leo Stickel, graduated nigh at 7:30 p.m. at Engle. The from Shepherdstown High School, topic of the message was "Do You class of 1955, and is presently Love Me More Than These?" completing the American Insti- This Week: tute of Banking course in tom- ~pt.lglal ~~a~m~mlallll mercial law. Miss Stickel is the first woman to be named an offi- EXCEPTIONAL VALUES cer in the Old National Bank's IN I00 years in the town. Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. Cervina Boyd, of Washing- ton, is visiting his cousins, Mr. --~ " ~~ and Mrs. J. C. Myers and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ed Costello spent Lillian Myers. Sunday afternoon with their son Mr. Bernard Snyder who is em- and daughter in-law, Mr. and ployed at Victor Products, Ha- Mrs. Charles Costello and family, gerstown, was confined to his Visitors Sunday at the home of home last week by an attack of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown were flu. PERFECT FOR GUEST ROOM OR DEN! Mr. and Mrs. John Whittington Mrs. Roland Andrews and faro- and family of Jork, Pa., Mr. and lt~', of Havre De Grace, Md~ spent 8hewels has a remarkable large selection of flm~qmdiW, sturdily built sofa beds for Mrs. Albert Whittington of Lee-i the weekend with her mother, your seleeUon. Exceptional styling, foam cushioning, extra heavy upholstered fabrics town, Mr. Charles Ruble of Jeff- Mrs. Oscar Seal. in a wide choice of colors, sizes and styles. Your most economical buy! BUY NOW erson Terrace. Mr. J. Clive Myers, Mr. Cervina ON EASY CREDIT TERMS AT SCHEWELS. Mrs. John Whittington and dau Boyd and Miss Lillian Myers vis- ghter and mother, Mrs. Lucille Red the former's uncle and aunt, Brown called on Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mallard C. Myers, in Bargains in Furn'iture for Every Room S. W. Zombro of Kearneysville, Taylorstown, Va,, Sunday, Sunday afternoon. Miss Cindy Hendricks celebrat- Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson ed her 10th birthday with a party and family spent Tuesday even. at the home of her parents, Mr, ing with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hendricks, Sat- and Mrs. Harvey Cain of Summit urday evening at 6 O'clock, ', ' Point. Those helping her ,celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins were Dana Hendricks,~ Jerry honored their daughter Sandra Glassford, Herby Snyder, Denny with a birthday party Saturday Magaha, Kim Magaha, Brenda afternoon 2 to 4 p. m. being her Webh, Hobble Webb; Jo Ann 19 West Cork Street sixth birthday. Delicious refresh- Kave, Keith Kave, Patty MeDon, ments were served. Sandra receiv aid, Phyllis Weller, Cheryl Ann IN DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER, VA, ed many nice gifts. Rollord, Tammy Mann and Suz- Mrs. Louise Anderson attended anne Myers. STORE HOURS: Mon.-Tues.-Wed -Thurs.-Sat. 8:30-5:00 Friday 8:30-9:00 her uncle's funeral, Mr. John Mrs. Cabal Tapseott spent say. Cain of Washington, D. C. Friday eral days last week with her sis- his body was brought back to ter, Miss Agnes Fenton, Balti- Payne Chapel, Ridgeway, W. Va ..... for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mason of Martinsburg visited his sister Mrs Floyd Simons Monday evening who has been a patient in the Charles Town Hospital since last At Winchester . & ....T -an, You Thursday. Other visitors of Mrs. Simons were Mrs. Nora Steward of Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Can Earn This Higher Rate On A Ruben Gray of Williamsport, Md. on Sunday. Mrs. Louise Weller of Shenan. eg'u]ar Savings Account Without doah Junction an employee of Dixie Narco has been right ill in the Charles Town Hospital sev The Restrictions Of A Certificate Of eral days. Mrs. Helen Boyd of Hanson Per accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. i Annum Deposit. Avis Grim, Mrs. Carrie Breeden and Mrs. Elsie Maye attended a fellowship service at (Four Mile Woods) Martinsburg Sunday afternoon directed by Rev. R.E. [ FNS ........ I Jones pastor with the Her's Bailes [~~ 11 Ih WILL EARN FROM APRIL 1st and Rabe Perkins as guest speak ers and singing. They were form- erly with the Grand Ole Opera, Little Girl Better ........ The little 6 week old daughter ll@ftll)UK ACCOUNT B INSURED TO $10,000.00 BY THE of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Writt is still holding her own at noon on Tues day, she has been a patient in the FEt)EJ A~ LOAN $~Ht~ C0~0~0H Charles Town General Hospital since the fire which destroyed .......... their home and entire belongings on Monday. We all wish little Tresea Ann a speedy recovery.OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR ACCOUNT THIS W EK AND BE SURE TO - REG 'FOR THE VALUA:BI PRIES ON DISPLAY IN THE LOBBY Mrs. MaryB. Furr [1' ALWAYS TO SAVE AT Miss Ludwilla Bratina, student at Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Va., has been spending a ten-day vacation with her par- in Thrift and Home ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ily Bratina. , pw.:l talzlns .t'ln~etatvuz$ Tuesday morning Mrs. Brati~a and Ludwilla drove to New Jer, Corner Boscawen & Wash. Sts. ---- P.O. Box 826 ---- Winchester, Va. sey to see Mrs. Bratina's parents ....... ~ ..................... Mr. and Mrs. Burgin Goodson,