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~7 ,4 Lee Bushong Speaker the Yoke el,o C ass at the Charles Presbyterian 'Church. Meeting promptly at 9:45 Announcement has been made a. m. vice president Richard Stein that Lee Bushong, local attorney will be in charge of the program. will be the speaker this Sunday Visitors are always assured a cor- znorning for members and guests dial welcome and all men of the Church are urged to attend Sun- apply WOUND PROTECTOR Let us show you how to use it I with Pick up a pail today l PEOPLES SUPPLY i PHONE 17 Charles Town, W. Va. | i | i i i | 3:30 in the Sunday School room of the Lutheran Church. After the opening the troop re- viewed their promise, slogan and moto and made booklets. The meeting closed at 5 o'clock. ly lln ,n Mrs William Trussell and Mrs , . Leeds Rfly of Charles Town are leo-chairman of the Shenandoah Potomac District's daffodil show Saturday from 3-9 p. m. and Sun- day from 2-5 p. m. in the War Me morial Building in Shepherds- town. Other members of the show committee are Mrs. Louise D. Ramey, aawrds; Mrs. James Mas on III, classification; Mrs. Charles Strider Jr., conservation-educat- ion; Mrs. James Trump, entries; Mrs. H. H. Williams, staging artis- tic chairman; Mrs. James L. Sher man, junior chairman; Miss Peg- gy Alderson, hospitality; Mrs. W. Paul Cain, judges; Mrs. Mark Grove, publicity; Mrs. Fern Grove staging horticulture co-chairman; Mrs. H. H. Williams, properties; Mrs. Lige Miller, placing; Mrs. Louise D. Ramey, schedule; Mrs. Charles F. Reininger, tickets; and Mrs. John Link, dismantling. Entries must be ready for jud- ging by 11 a. m. Saturday and may not be removed before 5 p. m. Sunday. However, they must be removed promptly after 5 p. m. Admission will be fifty cents for adults and thirty five cents for children under sixteen. Tic- kets may be purchased at (he door. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS WE PAY THE SALE TAX! ENDS SATURDAY, APRIL 15th. 60 FALCON DELUXE TUDOR WAGON 59 FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR - - 60 FORD FAIRLANE 500 4-Door 59 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON 60 LINCOLN PREMIER 4-Dr. Hardtop 55 BUICK SPECIAL TUDOR - - - $1995.00 $1395.00 $1995.00 $1995.00 $4995.0O $695.00 56 CHEVROLET 210 WAGON - $795.00 60 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON 56 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4-Door $2495.00 $795.00 54 CHRYSLER TUDOR - $495.00 57 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON - $1195.00 56 MERCURY 4-Door --- .- . $895.00 57 OLDS 88 HARDTOP .... $1295.00 56 DODGE CORONET 4-Door - - $795.00 58 FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR - $1195.00 55 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON $795.00 58 T- BIRD HARDTOP - -. - $2595.00 56 PONTIAC TUDOR . - . $795.00 53 OLDS SUPER 88 4-Door - . $395.00 55 FORD FAIRLANE TUDOR . . $695.00 55 CHEVROLET BELAIR 2.Door $695.00 WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 56 FORD MAINLINE FORDOR . $795.00 60 FORD F-100 STYLESIDE PICKUP $1695.00 60 FORD F-600 12' STAKE - $2895.00 57 DODGE 3/4 TON PICKUP . . $995.00 56 FORD F-250 3/4 TON PICKUP . $895.00 52 GMC 3/4 TON PICKUP - . . $495.00 52 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICKUP - $495.00 56 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICKUP - $795.00 COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR SELECTION OF (A - 1) USED CARS---T R A D E N O W AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS TAX SALE. 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. PHONE" .--,12 - 213 - 248 , ....... THE' ) ORD? PLACE, FOR: 49 ,YEARS" BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING FOR REACHING THE BUYING POWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS FOR MORE THAN !16 YEARS. Thursday, April13,1961 ----- "YOUR LIFE'S RECORD" The hometown newspaper . . . like the rising and set- ting of the sun . . . is a vital part of our everyday living. A letter to the editor of the Grundy, Iowa, Register, brings this point home. It said: "You were here over 50 years ago and you will find in the files of your paper a report of my birth. Your paper also had stories when I played football in school, when I graduated and later when I got married. You have reported many anniver- saries in our family, the birth of our four children, their activities in school and elsewhere. And in late years you have reported the arrival of our grandchildren. Why, you and your paper have written and printed a life history of our family. And why shouldn t we look upon you and because the local paper isnt self-perpetuating as is the sun. It needs your support even as the community needs its service. l A daughter, Joann Virginia, was born April 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Brown of Charles Town and on April 9, a daughter, Kim- berly Kay was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hough of Charles 1 Town. Four births all of them girls' On Monday, April 10, a daugh- occurred at the Charles Town ter, Rhonda Kay was born to Mr. General Hospital during the per- and Mrs. Morris V. Hoffman of iod of April 7-10. Charles Town. A daughter was born to Mr. 1 Surgicai patlents admitted to and Mrs. Darrell E. Twyman, the hospital were Mrs. Evelyn L. Charles Town on April 7. Himes, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Car MISS RUDOLPH WINNER LEGGETT'S GIFT Shown a, bove~ is Miss Kay Rudolph of Charles Town, daughter of ~Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rudolph, Ranson, being congratulated on win- ntng the Modernage port~l~le electric sewing machine awarded by Leggett's Department store as st top prize in their first anniversary celebration held recently. Congrsttulstting Miss Rudolph is Mr. Calvin Adams, assistant manager of Leggett's. Miss Rudolph is St 16-year old junior at Charles Town High School. Mr. Adams said the sales #vent was a huge success and he expressed appreciation to the shop- ping public in Charles Town and surrounding areas for the patron- age they have given Leggett's in the past yeax and also during this celebration sale. (Photo By Tim Slml) On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. THURSDAY, FFRIDAY, SATURDAY APRIL 13, 14 and 15 A NOSJI HUNTIr.N PNODUCTIOkl rie M. Detrick, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Lyle L. Furr, City; Mrs. Janet V. Vawter,' Shepherdstown; Mrs. Wearie L. Cain, Kearneysville; Master Gary W. McDonough, Ran son; Mr. William Capriotti, Bak- erton; Mrs. Ap.nie V. Harsh, Lit: tle Charles G. Duncan, Brunswick Mr. John J. Sollars, Ranson. I Medical patients were: Baby l Frederick I. Longerbeam, Sum-! mit Point; Mrs. Pearl L. Small-] wood, Mrs. Margaret L. BlackfordI City; Mr. Charles C. Cogle, Har- pers Ferry; Mr. William C. StoneI burner, Birkittsville, Md.; Baby Mildred A. Stanton, City; Mrs. Dorothy L. Henderson, Shenan- doah Junction; Mrs. Annie P. Cameron Harpers Ferry; Mr. Dan iel Lane, City; Mr. Leonard L. Rutherford, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Ida R. Whittington, Ranson; Mas- ter Larry W. Howell, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Blanche D. Martin, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Doris E, Costello, Halltown; Mr. Charles N. Hostler, City; Mr. Barthol Wat son, Kearneysville; Mrs. Louise P. Baylor, Mrs. Charlotte F. Ram sburg, City; Mr. John D. Pope, Harpers Ferry. Out patients were: David E. Baer, Sandy Hook; Robert Ran- kin, Shenandoah J nction; Dean M. Ott, City; Douglas Lynch, Ran son; Floyd R. Hostetler, City; Wil liam B. Shirley Jr., Kearneysville Betty L. Mills, Ranson; Terry Lip ham, City; Helen V. Carper, Sum mit Point; Jeffrey Nichols, Mar- tinsburg; Rodger Houser, City; Leonard Rutherford, Harpers Ferry; Dexter D'Angelo, Millville; Jesse Hammock, City; Helen Law rence, Rippon. "Brassy" Johnson Well - Known Charles Town Negro Man Dies One of the largest and most im pressive obituary tributes ever paid to a Jefferson County Negro was given Harry "Brassy" John- son, 89 year old well known Char les Town personality Wednesday morning when rites for him were held at the Melvin T. Strider Col- onial Funeral Home at 10:30. A corps of Charles Town's more prominent citizens served as baff bearers and there was special music by a choir of 12 fine Ne- gro voices, plus an impressive and touching sermon by Bishop Balti more and an eulogy by the Rev. S. H. Patterson, pastor of the Bap tist Church. Interment was made in Fair View Cemetery near Charles Town. Bearers were: Charles Town's Mayor Nicholas Carson, Charles Town Police Capt. Ephraim Day, N. Clark Furr, chief of the Indep- endent Fire Company; Shirley Hunt, president of the Citizen s Fire Company; Max Brown of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate and Brooke Blackford, executive s cre tary of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. Johnson, who had for many years been familiar figure on Charles Town's downtown streets died in Charles Town General Hospital Sunday morning just a- bout a week after" he was taken from an old brick building in the rear of the Charles Town Post- office one of his many homes. "Brassy" was a familiar figure in Charles Town, having for a number of years been the bell rin get for public auctions. He had at one time been an amateur wres tler and had in the past turned by hand the press in the old Vir ginia Free Press newpaper office. He was born in Charles Town in 1871, a son of the late Daniel and Virginia Johnson. He had no survivors. Rainbow Girls To Have District Meeting HOLAN RAY WASTON J JAt High School Saturday mem.mB I., v RICHARDBk [HART K I The Order of Rainbow Girls MISSIp I ' I will hld a district meeting at the PI K r Charles Twn Senir High Schl lSaturday, April 15, 1961 at 7:30 M. to which the public is cor- Starring ldially invited .The meeting will I be attended by Rainbow Girls and PIPER LAURI -- JULIE ADAMS ladvisors from Elkins, Keyser, ]Parsons, Terra Alto, Martinsburg JOHN McINTIRE - HUGH BEAUMONT i and Charles on. | I OfFi~l~tL WOR~'S HEAV'fWEIGH1r CHAMflONSHIP i= SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY APRIL 16th THRU 19th. Oldest Resident Of County Dies At Age 99 Mrs. Martha S. Drew, 400 South Charles street, Jefferson County's oldest resident, didn't quite make it to the Century mark because she died Monday after a long ill. ness. She'was the eldest of nine children. Mrs. Drew was born Sept. 18, 1861 at Claymont Court in Jeffer son County which at that time was still a part of Virginia. Her It happened in a nudist camp, where natures grandparents and parents had sun kissed Daughters play. been slaves for the Bushong Washington family. She was a In All Their Natural Beauty. daughter of the late Thomas M. and Frances Saunders. Filmed in NUDERAMA Although Mrs. Drew did not DEFINITELY NOT FOR JUNIOR! remember any of the events of FEAGANS' JEWELRY. The Private Life of a Well Proportioned Hollywood "Career Girl" PLEASE NOTE :--Admissions : $1.00 for driver and car; 25c for each passenger. Chilch:_.en Under AND WATCH REPAIR U4 East Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. ALLiwO.RK GUARANTEED the Civil War Days, she did re- member very vividly the hard- ships which her family suffered ollowing the end of the war. In 1878 she married Addison Drew who died about 50 years ago. She was one of the first stu- dents to attend Storer College, when it was first opened at Har pers Ferry. She was a member of Zion Baptist Church in Charles Town. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Mary E. Smith, Philadelphia Pa.; two sons, Charles F. Drew of Morgantown and George H. Drew of Charles Town. Three sisters-Mrs. Emily Hall and Mrs. James Wilson, both of Philadelphia, Pa.; and Moss Sara Saunder of New York City, also survive along with 11 grandchild- ren; 21 great grandchildren; and one great great grandchild. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. from the Smith and Strider Memorial Funeral Home in Charles Town, with the Rev. S. H. Patterson, officiating. Burial will be made in Fairview Cemetery near Charles Town. Iohn K aker tt Advenhst Church JOHN E. KELCHNER An old Bible Contest will mark the beginning of a series of Sunday evening services to be held at the Charles Town Seven- th-Day Adventist Church. Begin- ning Sunday evening, April 16th. The owner of the old Bible must be present. The meetings will begin each evening at 7:30 and will have as their theme, "Revival Through the Bible." The youth choir of the church will render the spec ial music. Another added feature of interest will be the use of beau tifully colored pictures projected on the screen L illustrating the song service ..... The topic for this Sunday ev- ening will be, "Your Bible and YOU". John E. Kelehner, pastor of the Charles Town and Martinsburg Churches will lead out in the ser vices. Pastor Kelchner has extend ed a cordial invitation to the friends and neighbors of the corn munity to participate in these special services. Homemaking Chapter Night Program Tuesday Charles Town Chapter number 1028 of the Women of the Moose held their Home naking Chapter Night Program Tuesday, April 11 at the Moose Home with Protein Chairman, Mrs. Virginia Dorsey in charge of the program. The meeting was called to or- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON JtMz S ,4---A THURSDAY, der at 8 o'clock by Senior Regent, If you find life is Mrs. Bessie Tumblin. After the putting something Four Fold Declaration and roll call the program was turned over to the Homemaking Chairman. The Charles Town Chapter has been invited to a special College of Regents Meeting to be held by the Martinsburg Chapter Sunday April 16. Charles Town Chapter will do the closing. The meeting will begin at two o'clock. College of Regent Mem- bers Virginia Dorsey, Elaine Ma- hone and Gertrude Prain will take part in the Enrollment. All Co-Workers of the Charles Town Chapter who can attend this meeting are urged to do so, and are asked to meet at the Moose Home by 1 o'clock Sunday. A soc ial hour and dance will follow the meeting. WANT PAI INSIDE OR ALL GUARANT] REASONABLB PAUL PHONE CHARLES Success comes before work only in the dictionary. April 13 - lt. Purchase 100 lbs. Kennebac biers, or Pontiac (red Receive . . . SOUTHERN STATES CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE PHONE 443 RANSON, W. VA. 22' x 11" x 60" High TWO DOOR - TWO SHELVES LL m m $ 12" x 24" x 44" Long--Hanging Type. ONE DRAWER 2 SHELF BASE CA HE " " " " $1 20" x 19" x 36" High--Work Top. Friday - Saturday Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 9 ' Just CREDIT LAY-A.WAY -- CASH