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EVERYDAY A AT THE CIRCLE IN RANSON OUR SPECIALS Start on Thursday i , , , QUALI MEA WHOLE OR CUT UP FRESH FRYING CHICKENS - lb. 29c ESSKAYS QUALITY I EEF--- SIRLOIN STEAK - - lb. 79c ROUND STEAK - - - lb. 79c CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69c CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb. 49c Esskay's Sun-Up Bacon - - lb. 43c FRESH PORK SHOULDERS lb. 35c LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c Celery .... large stalk 10c Iceberg Lettuce - - large head 10c Bananas ..... lb. 10c Tomatoes - - - cello pack 10c Potatoes, U. S. 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Evans, Jr of S. Seminary Street has been confin ed to her home for several days with a badly infected ear. She was reported to be somewhat better this week and hopes to be out Friday. Mrs. F. L. Bushong of South Mildred Street will leave on Sun- day for Washington, D. C. where she will attend the annual Con- gress of the National Society D. A. R. for the next four days at Constitution Hall. She is a dele- gate from the local Bee Line Chap ter. One of the leading candidates for National President-General of the organization at this election year, Mrs. Ashmead White. of Ban got, Maine and cMrs. Bushong be- came acquainted as a result of Mrs .Bushong's trip to the Holy Land last year. Miss Amelia Hopkins of East Washington Street fractured her arm in a fall at her home last Sat urday. She required ,treatment at the Charles Town-General Hos- pital. iVIrs. Laurence Lloyd is in Way- nesboro, Pa. for ten days serving as Acting Mann,get of the Western Union in that City. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Simp- son Jr. of Wilmington, Del. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelll Smith and Mrs. Mary S. Clagett, at their home '~Maplehursr' over the weekend. They returned Sun- day afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. B. I. Barnes of Baltimore were visitors here on Friday. Capt. Win. J. Andrews and small daughter Kathryn are visiting Capt. Andrews' parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ahalt on South Ge'orge Street. Capt. Andrews who ~a~nsaat~On:de. atouF~):t t?~ve. ,~1Wl~1:h,. mouth' ,N. J. where he will take a special course in Electronic Corn puUng, while "Kathy" will spend the mint h with her grandpare'nts. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Whitehill Leps, Jr. of Charles Town are the i parents of a baby boy born on kins at her apartment in the St. George Apartment Building. Both are employed at J. J. Newberry Co. Miss Genevieve Damski of Pitts burgh, Pa. spent her vacation vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Mas on on Mordington Ave., Charles Town. Tuesday night visitors with Mrs. Howard Shereck was her aunt, Mrs. Ida Athey of Hagerstown, Md. She returned home on Wed- nesday. Scout Troop 42 Will Have Two.Day Camp Out At Izaak Walton Club The regular meeting of Boy Scout Troop No. 42 was held April 13. Walter Smith opened the meeting with a prayer then led the troop in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, Scout Oath, Promise and the Scout Laws. , Lewis Carroll introd iced five new applicants to the troop, who were Doug Perks, Donald Myers, ;Larry Oden, Butch Hehle and Randy Magaha. All five were ac- cepted to the troop. Plans were discussed on attend- ing Summer Camp at Rock Enon, Boy Scout Camp, Gore, Va. The troop voted on a, two-day camp out at the Izaak Walton Club at Leetown from Friday ev- ening, April 17 until Sunday even- ing, April 19.,All members will meet at the Charles Town Meth- odist Church at 5:30 p. m. Friday evening and depart from there by cars to the Club. The troop will a, ttend services at the Leetown Me thodist Church Sunday morning. The meeting was adjourned with all members reciting the Scout Prayer. Mrs. John Hough Is Renamed To Head Ranson Cardettes April 11 in the Winchester Mere- A~ a recent meeting of the Car- orial Hospital, Winchester, Va. dette Club, of Ranson, the follow Mrs. Leps is the former Miss Mary ing officers were reelected: Mrs. Veolah Moriarity. John Hough, president; Mrs. Jim- FRESH COUNTRY EGGS - doz. 39c my Mangrum vice president Mls ~lVIiss Beverly Custer spent last Ro' ' ; "" Y'A(H ' ' (LIB : BLT]ERT ' BEANS . . . oert Horner secreeary-treasur- 10C Thursday with her aunt Mrs. Edl- Illth Morrison er and Mrs. Guy ChicChirichl as- l~ , ' ...... sistant sec.-treas Committees for YA(H CLUB PORK & BEANS - - 10e--- exanonallAl-Mr/a'ndva. s enL l~'raa Mrs" Cna'rlZsi'we'' the coming year were also setected i , ~ ~ BONi ELLE S SPAGHE'ITI - - - lOc l[ ' " :p y wl~n at this time, Mr .and Mrs. Berkeley Custer andi The club which was organized , lldaughter Beverly Jefferson Ter-!a 'i .......... DOMINO SLGAR--- --, ' " J ~u~e over a year nas been spon , (With Purchase of $.5,00 or More) 5-1bs.39c IIIrace" [soring various projects with the SU-Z-Q KIDNEY BEANS - - - Ill Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reynolds of lproceeds being used on civic im- I0c I IBalt!mre,. Md. ~v~re weekend tprovements in R~nson. During the guests ol Mr~ ~ana_~arny ann t past year they have purchased Maxwell House COFFEE---INSTANT( 6-OZ Jar 9:]c MZ'. anti ,Mrs. uonaia t~nmer. !plates and bowls, for the caXeteria MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE BOSCUI COFFEE - - CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE MOUNTAIN LAKE MARGARINE MONARCH EVAP. MILK - SIX MONTHS FLOOR WAX BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES :PILLSBURY CAKE MIXES DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES SUPER SUDS - . -. 6 lb. 75c lb. 73c - lb. 71c 2-1bs. 37c tall cans79c qt. $1.19 29c - - ,29c 29c - 29c large box 23c Mr. David Lynn of Morgantown, W. aV. visited his mother, Mrs. Julia Lynn of Charles Town over the weekend. He also visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason, Charles Town. Missi Beverly Custer, Jefferson Terrace, spent Tuesday evening with Miss Janet Harrell, St. Geo- rge Apartments. Misses Dolores Steeley, Anne ROSEN,S CHARLES ]'OWN, W, VA. (One Box FREE With Each $10.00 Order or More) SCOT]' TOWELS - 2 rolls 39e S C O T K I N S - - - 2 boxes 33c Dinner Size - 2 boxes 49c SOFTEE TOILET TISSUE A. B, C. DOG FOOD 16 rolls $1.00 12 cans $1.00 in your T. V. DINNERS - 59c EVERFRESH GREEN PEAS, 2 10-oz. pkgs. 29c 'IEDI)Y FISH STICKS ..... box 35c EVERFRESH CUT GREEN BEANS, 2 pkgs. 39c EVERFRESH CUT COliN - - - 2 pkgs. 39c ESSKAYS CHICKEN BACKS and NECKS - 5-lb. box $1.49 DRESSED WHITINGS . , . 10-lb. box $1.49 ICE ('iDI, il!lE:lt A R R 0 W .... - 83c GUNTHER ...... 87c S C H L I T Z ...... $1.25 (6 PACK TItROW AWAY BOTTLES) / ALL POPULAR BRANDS (OPEN EVENINGS 'Till 10:00 P. M.) Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Re~rved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! CANVAS SHOES FOR AIilVE YOUNGSTERS ::~::' !~ ~.., Run your fastest and[ play your best --- in[ "P-F" Flyers -- the| shoes that winners| choose! ) * PO|TURE FOUNDATION teacher in the old Ranson school. The club also participated in the :Memorial Day parade, stressing safety in ,the community and at , Christmas they fixed a basket for a needy family. The club, which consist of six- teen members, at the present time, meets each week and following their business meeting, they hold a social hour, at which time they play canasta. Each member would like to bhank ,all those who helped to sup pozt,, their projects during the past i year. Mrs. Willingham Is Given Stork Shower A stork shower was given Thur sday, April 9 for Mrs. Forrest Wil lingham by IMrs. Howard Whit- more at her home on Maple Ave- nue. Those present were: Mrs. Flew Cancer Lending Project Completed By Charles Town Woman's Club at Hilliary House A new Cancer Lending has been completed at the Hilleary Home. This is a project of the Senior Woman's Club. In the above pic- ture Mrs. Guy Ebersole, chairman, Mrs. Edgar Griffith, Co-Chairman of the Lending Closet and Mn~. O. S. Bloom, President of the Wom- an's Club have just completed ar- ranging articles for loan. The Club has been collecting articles for the past two years for this par- West Virginia Cancer Society. The following are for loan to any ill 'person in or around our county: Douche Pan, Wheel Chair Bed Pans, Male Urinal, Fountain Syringes, Bed Gowns, Draw Sheets Wash Ch)ths, Hand Towels, Rub- ber Cushions, Bandages, Rags and other small items. It is the hope of the Committee and Club that, people of our Coun ty will take advantage of this lend pose but only until now have they mg closet and this project will had a proper storage place. This I grow and its service be most worth closet was made possible by the while. Named Honorary Fire Chief By Citizen's Firemen For Parade MISS JOYCE ANN JENKINS Miss Joyce Ann Jenkins of Sum mit Point, has been selected to represent the Charles Town Cit- izen's Fire Company as Honorary Fire Chief at the annual fire- men's parade of. the Apple Blos- som Festival in Winchester, Va., on April 30. Miss Jenkins, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall Jenkins of Summit Point is a junior at Charles Town Senior' High School. The out-of-town Honorary Fire Chief contest, under the chairman ship of Mr. John A. Boyd, will be held at the Capitol Theatre in Win chester at 4 p. m. April 30. The young lady chosen as Grand Hon- orary Fire Chief will head the out-of-town units in the gala night parade. Miss Jenkins will ride in the par ade on a white convertable provi- ded through the courtesy of Mrs. George A. Painter. Women Of Moose Talk Of Future Pro.grams Plan For Anntversar'ies The Women of the Moose held their Homemaking Chapter night program April 14 at 8:00 With meeting being called to order by Senior Regent Phyllis Propps who then turned it over to Charlotte Ronald Morrison, Mrs. Keith Mor- ~ Shifflett who proterned for Chair riss, Mrs. Oharlot~te Carlisle, Mrs. ,man Katherine Rinaldi. Ja, mes Burker, Mrs. Harry Shir- Duscussion was held on Aca- ley, Mrs. Buddy Lancaster. Mrs. demy of Friendship meeting which Mike Pl%tinger, iMrs. Arnold Pierce, wfll be held Sunday, April 26 at Mrs, Harold Garrett, Mrs. Nathan 2:00 o'clock in Moose Home. All Burker, Mrs. Freda Willlamson officers escorts and members are Mrs. Tommy Ennis, Mrs. Bob Lis urged to attend and bring some key, Mrs. Howard Roper. Mrs. Wil thing for a Wh,ite Elephan't Tab- tiara Collis, Mrs. Calvin Moler and le. All Academy members are ask Misses Nancy Graham. *Ma.rgar- ed to wear blue dresses. et Fox and Pat Mock. The house On Saturday night, April 25 was decorated in White, blue and I there will be an Anniv~ersary Dan- pink. The guests joined in t'he ce and get together celebra,ting games and many nice gifts were the mens 15t,h and the Womens received. Refreshmen,ts of cup]ll:th anniversaries. A band will cakes, punch, mints and potato lplay and snacks will be served. chips were served. An enjoys, ble [ Ail officers, escorts and membez~ evening was had by all. [w,ho would like o go to Hagers- - ' ],town Sunday, April 19th :honor- Polite lies often begin wlVn '] ling Grand Chancellor K~t'herine have nothing to wear." Smith in which Charles Town ' your hou o m painted See Our Big Selection Now SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 6--A . THURSDAY, APRIL Miss Peggy Alderson Named To Head Shenandoah Garden Club The April meeting of the Shen- andoah Garden Club was held on Wednesday, April 8at the home of Mrs. Paul Cain in Charles Town. Dr. Edwn C. Gould, Superinten- dent and Horuculture of the State Experi,menta] Farm at Kearneys- ville was the speaker for the after- noon and gave a most interesting talk about Chrysanthemums. He stated that the plants have an or- iental background an0 were known two thousand years ago in Japan, China and Korea. About a century ago they became known in Europe being introduced ~in this country .about fifty years ago. Dr. Gould d~scussed the care and Iplanting of mums, and spoke of the chaarcteristics which make them so popular, as ,~hey grow anywhere, are easy to transplant, are both beautiful and durable and provide late color in gardens after the earlier plants are gone. During the afternoon, several members of the Club reported on their recent visit to the Conven- tion at the Greenbrier. Plans were made for club members to act as hostesses during the House and Garden Tour, April 25-26. Shen- andoah Club members will be at Altona and at the Court House. Officers wez'e elected coming year. Miss Peggy was named president; Mr,' Mclntyre, vice John Purcell, Recording Mrs. James Mason III, i, ng Secretary and .Mrs. ey, Treasurer. The foliowing awards for flowering licious trees brought ing. Mrs. James M. Blue RiDbon for For Daffodils, Mrs. er, Mrs. Polly Houser ~ Paul Cain were awarded bons and James received a red ~:ibbol ge Heidrich bon for a picture Howers and Mrs. received a red ribbon for One of the puzzles th~t~ the student of human the great attraction has for minds that "pure in heart. PANSIES Visit Our Garden store.~ WATTERS CO. April 16-1t.--LP CHARLES TOWN, W., VA. PHONE 73 i does the opening in the Ritualistic r Ceremony be at Moose Home at 12:30 or 1:00 at the latest as meeting starts at 2:00 o'clock sharp. All officers and escorts are asked to wear white. Refreshments were served and one birthday was honorc,3 which was Mrs. Ann Getzendanner who received a small gift. The meeting was adjourned to meet again on April 28 at 8:00 o'clock. Jr. Woman's Club Plans For Installation Dinner The Executive Committee of the Charles Town Jr. Woman's Club met on April 8 at the home of Helen Anders with six members present. The committee discussed cluo finances and the Treasurer report ed that all donations to charitable organizations allowed for in the budget had been met of to date. The installation banquet install ing newly elected officers for the new club year was discussed. Joe Staley has been appointed chair- man of this affair and she and her committee will select a place and date for the banquet. Outstanding new club members was selected by ,the Executive Corn mittee. Outstanding Old Club mere bers will be selected by the club at their April meeting. Charles G- oup Attends Presbyterian District Conference A group from the Charles Town Presbyterian Church travel- ed to She,pherdstown Tuesday and a, ttended the District Conference of the Presbyterian Church. Those attending were: Mrs. Richard Dailey, Mrs. Carlyle Mc- Donald, Mrs. Abner Hockensmith, Mrs. F. E. Brenneman. Miss Fran ces Moore, Miss Mary B. IMoore, Mrs. F. T. Whittington, Mrs. Theo :dore Brown, Mrs. Charles Sechri.% 'Mrs. Ernest Beeg, Mrs. Jc~hn Por ter Burns, Mrs. Charles Gore, Mrs, Norman Rider, Mrs. Gladys Spinks Mrs. George Tabb, Mrs. Ralph Sa ger and Mrs. Jack Getzendanner. High court rea~ffirms ban on a wife's testimony. Town Phone i summertime Ilvin" FOR YOUNG WOMEN A barefoot feeling.., so cool, so comfortable, so light. This is "it" for those carefree hours. Smartest colors in durable new fabrics with prices you can afford. "-...% %% ALL STYLES AT $2.98 l II t IS THE ANSWER TO THAT FACE-LIFTING IR H tU," NE!:I)S. SAVE Hundreds of Dollars In A Few Years in Paint, Repairs and Fuel Bills. 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