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.... " ..... - " I . Betty I,ongerbeam of Berry- r THIS WEEKS NEWS IN ..." ;= ........... [8--B THI RSDAY, APRIL .... -- A ,o ....... and son of Alexandria, Mrs. Ma-I~ . .. K A N S 0 N ble Cranenburg and daughter of lgM gave lheir nlolhers a whiteI Tile Future hem( ..... v -. Halltown were all in on planning 'carnation with red ribbons The[America will go next By Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256.J a big surprise birthday dinner on onenin~ ceremony w.q~ ron'ontod ]Keyser. , - Sunday {n honoring M*. Wilson Kay I)avy i'ead th"e i;ui':p(')se'sa~nt'i ] t,..,~ ...... i ivtaucK at v, enome el mr. anu Genieve Rohuck read the creed I ~u at, t,a*vx~t l/bgt ann Mrs llarold Webb I Mrs H A AI er in Ranson j mrs rcoDert Trenery in tlagers- Mildred Dailov noonmnnnio,I u ith 1~ and sons of Southlawn, Md. spent] Mr. It. A.gAlger hasn't been ]town, Md. KiiCy- luc-a[ tffe' i;a'no"i, ave" t I the Easter ttolidays at the home ]doing too good since he received I devotions entitled "Hand> / SMIllt & q of Mr. Arthur Webb and family. ]word of the death of his brother. IFHf.rl~ 14amamakar Sally Watson accompanied by [ " ter Dorothy of Washington. D. C. I Easter Sunday guests at the I,, ,. .. k .. "The Lord's Prayer" / a" u,,,~,,Ai I . Mrs. Sally I,emon and daugh-[Easter Sunday Guests i-u-w-.. ,,v,,a~.,,,u,~,..t.~ .lane Specht at [he piano sang] ~Ir~TL-~D visited with Mrs. William McDow]home of Mr Arthur Webb and l flelO Morner, vauomer Mollie Glasford"introduced[ ell on Easter Sunday and they me Ifamily were Mr. and Mrs Harold I ~ _ " ' , . I1[ tored to Martinsburg and visited ]Webb and sons of Southlawn, Md. n .... . i . e, .. Rev. Temp.le Whel.er who spoke / 104 West Washln with firends and relatives. [Mr. and Mrs. Dineen Welsh of IDanqueI [il$I rnaay aoout tore,gn reng,ons. . .. ] Charles TOWlb W,' Mrs. Robert Springer and child [Bakerton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald l h lnimreu uaimy win go to Ine/ ren recently spent the weekend/Webb and sons of Charles Town[ T e Future Homemakersof regional meeting next Saturday [ . with her husband who is employ land Mr. and Mrs. David Webb of [America held their annual me- where she is a candid~,te for state [ PHONE.-- ed near Washington. ]Ransom [ther and daughter banquet last historian. ~ / D " 1~ Mr. and Mrs. ,John Smallwood / Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mahone [Friday night in the cafeteria of The meeting was closed by re- [ ay 37o [I 1 were recent visitors with Mr. and/and Mrs. Bertha Morgan visited [the Charles Town Senior High peating the closing ceremony. I I I ~ I1 Mrs" Kenneth Reed in Bluemnt /with relatives in Del'qane' Va |Schl" There were abut sixty ----=-=--: Mr. William Myers of Ranson [ The people of Ranson sure [~he~sn~f senior high and superin- F 0 R Y/~ H returned to his home on Monday [hated to hear of the death of Mrs ] en t T. A. Lowery and his v u II I from the Winchester tIospital |Mae Rusf who had been a patient ]wife. ~ll~g~V UlV P/%klPDICTC klICiCIIII where he underwent an eye oper-/in the Knott Rest Home for see-[ The evening was opened with 1[ll-/4M| " IVlIA t, URt, nL I L RKLU, ation and he is doing fine. |eral months. /a delicious meal. The president CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR Mrs. Nelson Nichols and son / Mr. and Mrs. Russell McAboy |Louise Jenkins introduced the tea _ ,, .............. ........ , Nickey with them Mr. Frances Al/and son of Brucetown ,Va. visited/chers, the past mothers of the VlSh OUK PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W, ger attended the funeral of their |with Mr. and Mrs. John Small-/chapter and the past presidents. ==meAl.. II nil JlLma a ........ m uncle Mr. Ed Alger in Luray on ]wood on Saturday night. ~ Mrs. Allen Glassford and Mrs. |H|l~l~ ||[l~lR~R ['~l~l~JV Friday morning. [ Mr. Roy Breeden is police for [Hendricks were named this year's BIll%FIll1 LVI'iMLII ~VI'I/~It/ ]j[ , __TllI -- Nickey Nichols who is in set. |the Boyee, Va. Volunteer Fire De ]chapter mothers and were given Millville Plant No 899 Charles Town vice and stationed near Boston [partment on Saturday night for |red rose bushes. " .... ~ ....... r.~ was on a weekend leave and visi-|the round and square dance. | Louise Jenkins introduced the vmrtinsaurg rlan~ AM "1- 8~,)a ted his grandparents Mr. and" Mr .and Mrs. Charles Mauck %fficers and then each F. H. A ~'.,O,:~.~'.~'.~-~-,~.~ - ' - 1 ' n Penn, BIGGEST BARGA INS ', I, tll:i i , lJ 6 in Beler thanHa!ofa Cenm y! ~" I I .~:::.z:::::~.;.:..::.?.~!~.?::.!!.:?.::~i~.:.:~:::::.i~;~/~~.~.~...~ ..... . ..... i::::::i!i~iiiiiiiiii!i::::i!i~::::!ili::::!iiii!::~i::iii!!i:i::'~*:i:'*':" ~i*:::::*~ .... " ..... i:, * ] V.|I~IT~ l~te~l:m: tw~L~i:: l;YooPlasnsfor t~; Scouts under Mr: Paul C hambhn. ] ~[~|| .].main entrances to our state., for[' The lesson for April, 'Receive me convenience .t our vis~tors. Him in the Lord" taken from Phil [ II lippians 2:19-30 was discussed by BUDGET PRICE ON MEN'S !:! I --.w-- ...--,Kw II .. * . * .*. % *... IMrs. Lester Meier who also clos. ' A [ ..... A~VI~-- [[f~teqU:r~Sticn~nU~he~wrs~ V~'n ~d6~h~i~n2de:vinogfTerilh/rayer:2he COTTON DUCK OXFORDS! T-SHIRTNNIVERSARY . ! [ ' - n vBewem,~ [/ginia Congressional Dinner to be ted with Mrs. "" ": ~' " "'~:'" [,C I1~ tber 0f. Colltime,, J ~ladshatgh:, Wiallar%n2t~hom informing the ga:un;~e~v ~l~a:;![i " " /, SPECIAL ::~-,~.;-.' r~ i " SS ' | wh- *i h *,, -a ;- be used in Taiwan and the Con. Shop and compare. We doubt if you 1t find Newt Get "our be" , i L| - DantMV ' mqita&v-. v '-" '.'." Iv" "":''"1''""-' "'' ' ' " ' ' --'. 3' ,Y I-'- .... ~" -"" ~. ~'*"". [ annual dinner, are asked to get in ~'~" a value-packed casual oxford for less,! Count . 100% combed cotton ; 4~ r 1 ' ~ " ~touch with the Chamber off|ce. U " sclenti t . . - 11 ' ' ' : " " : :" " T- Shirts with nylon ~ I ~ . ! unauthOttze(!, solicitations con, [ Tickets are $!2.00 including Soc- . , s s tina boviet a these Penney features . . . vulcanized reinforced c o I 1 a r s i tiaue : tb, be a head,he to ourl ial Hour and Dinner.hopeful on arms talk. , eommuhit, Some solicitors claim/ Sales Tax collections in West Laborites . . , construction, thick rubber soles, cushion. .... :in-. Cu ity specificatmns.t Penney qual- to ~have oilr permission when, in ]Virginia continue to favor Jeffer- i- . q ret amono seive, soleS, heftycotton duck uppers. ' , xact, they nave been' denied it, Ison County. Colections for Dec- over PCaris base. . ~....,_ ' : --41~ ,: .... sizes 4 thru 16 Others even claim-to be sponsor, l emberl 1959 were $26988.36. For "-- "- tlox MEN S ed. N0bY theo~t.of.townChamber.magazine can- |]December'8.2% ..... 1960, $29,202.38. Up~ll~llllllllill~,~I 3, to 5 sizes 6 'to 13 : for $ t ,00 , I, vassers are ever granted permiss ] , , , , , \, ' , t ion by the Chamber to solicit. ~ We have 25 Civil War markers t l[ \!,~. ~ ~,.{i": [ When ever permission" to tmlicit|in our county, indicating where 1~ ~':'.~__a~./~;~'/ ~ . ' " ~,,.._t~ " "'-." ';]; i is'granted by'the Chamber, a bad [battles and skirmishes took place t~ ..,O'~~ i[i ; '~ ge is tssued to each person solic-]during that period Various t~ %~~ :l~ Ring bearing the name of the can |groups have volunteered to take l! ~_---~. ":..--z~.,..~er.- i[ vasser and signed by the Cham-[care of these sites and see that Ill .... all] ber's Executive Secretary. A sec-[thy are beautiful. Girl Scouts un- II ~ [[ [~ ret committee passes on the desir |der the leadership of Mrs. H. M. ability of each solicitation re-]Evans, Mrs. Joseph Staley and , ,, quest. [Mrs. Emery Kable have been as- ,,I,~,~ ~ '~, Please cooperate with us and ]signed some of these markers i o,--- //A demand to see a solicitor's badgd. | Others go to the Mecklenberg new ~ " ] ..~ This does not apply to national IGarden Club, Potomac Garden | l~i ~k "~'~C'~ ~":' drives such as Red Cross, .Cancer, [Club, Lions Club, Kiwanis Club, ro$@ ] [JITSI~ Poppy Day, etc. [Shenandoah Garden Club, Senior ~ t I,,--_.: Ilrd~ , , , , , [ /omans Club, Dolly Madison ioUSrleS Ili!tA President Joe Staley flew to]Garden Club, Wayside Garden abead .Bluefield Monday to meet with .'Club, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Huyett, I!0/~:l I'%~ Guy. Barren and other state re-~Jr., Powhatan Garden Club, Mr. star| ]i~N~'[MI-p presentatives. The purpose of this John Newcomer and the Boy with MILLER BALANCE ARCH BALANCE ARCH s]|| 1,, .... AT .... Purchase 100-1bs. Southern States Start- ing and Growing Mash and Receive t LIMrI'ED NUMBER AVAILABLE---COME EARLY PLEASE BRING CONTAINER Miller's famous Rose Food con- tains added trace elemenN as well as minor and major ele- ments to make a balanced and complete formulation for grow- ing "show" roses. Takes just a little now at planting time, but may also be used on estab- lished bushes throughout the season. 5 lb. bag... ONLY --BUY IT AT-- VALLEY HARDWARE CO. Smart casuals with Firm support and corn- crepe rubber soles, ford for active feet! sturdy duck uppers. Rugged army duck up- News in the tapered persl Thick soles! toe, the fabulous col- White, navy, red! ors. Sizes 4 to 10. Sizes 4 to 3. FIRM SUPPORT IN FUN SNEAKS! SPECIAL BUY BOY'S COMBED COTTON BRIEFS WOMEN'S .99 CHILDREN'S .99 %NNIVERSARY SCATTER RUGS Size 27 x 48 in Lint Free Viscose Rayon. 7 Colors. for SPECIAl. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Big Full and Twin Size Spreads---Fringed Edges Plain and Fancy. 8 COLORS 100% combed cotton briefs have heat re- sistant waistbands. Elastic sewn in leg- tlindings lend added snguuness too ! sizes 4 thru 16 for $ .kNNIVERSARY SPECIAL 4 YARD LENGTHS Cotton Print and Plain Material---36" Wide yards $ .00 GLAMOUROUS! FIBER- GLASS 100?i GLASS DRAPERIES .00 > Newest Fiberglas weave! Nubby and smooth yarns contrast for subtle striped look! Hand wash 'n hang, no-iron, firesafe, sun-loving! Fabulous buy at this low Penney price! White sand, green, pink. 63" $4.98 .98 81" and 90" $5.98 GOING OUT OF OILCLOTH B SINE ALL REMAINING OILCLOTH REDUCED Te 33c Yard---46 and 50" PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.