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[II II IIlll I I I I I "You said it-there's nothing like having money in the-bank!" He is so right. And the way to have it when you need it is to deposit some part of your earnings every pay day before you start spending. I/ere with us your savings are safe, and handy when needed; you don't assume any of the risks of investing, yet your money grows steadily. What's more, through your banking connection you can make use of a Wide variety of other banking services - all under one roof. This one-stop bank- ing idea saves you time and effort, and results in greater efficiency as well as economy for you. For protecting what you have and making the most of your future opportunities- start a savings account at our bank, and save regnhrly every pay day. You can open an accountby mail, if you can't call at the bank during banking hours. Just tell us where to send free forms so that you can make bank-by-mail deposits any time of day or night. Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. The YELLOW PAGES put everything you want as close as your telephone! Try to imagine something you can't find in the Yellow Pages of your directory. Then, when you give up on that, try to think of any way to find what you want faster. Talk about Aladdin's magic lamp-the Yellow Pages have it beaten all hollow! That's why we say, "No matter what you want, no matter how fast you want it, look first in the Yellow Pages." Americo's Second Largest Telephone System II -- ....... f(i r,r irstin(d an t]]c .ic,]~ na ~:lc(- LOCAl, AND PERSONAl, ACTIVITIES IN tronics and such missiles as: " " Nike-Ajax, Nike-Hercules; Nike- eus; and other futuristic missiles and advanced Radars and electrpn ins devices. Additional information about this highly technical field By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 may be obtained by calling the local Army Recruiting Station, ,, , phone Amherst 7 6681, County By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Members of St. John Episcopal Church will hold a chicken supper on Thursday evening, April 30 be- ginning at 5:30 o'clock DST. The supper will be held at the Camp Hill Methodist Church. Price for adults $1.50 and for children 75 cents. Proceeds for benefit of St. Johns Episcopal Church. Mr .and Mrs. Roger Forsythe of Bolivar Heights accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Horn of Bolivar went to State College, Pa. on Sat urday spending Saturday night in Waynesboro, Pa. MI~. Ruth Bunnem and child- ren Laura and Russell of Arizona spent several days last wsek at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hous- ton Fridley in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Bunnem is a sister of Mr. Fridley. Mr. Roy Pridley of Baltimore, Md. visited the Fridley home during his aunts visit. Mrs. J. E. Goode of Charles Town spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Kenneth Robinson and and Saturday at the Hill Top Ho- tel. Despite the rain .which start- ed on Friday and continued all day Saturday, the Brownies seem ed to enjoy their stay at the Hill Top. A group of Fifteen Hikers from the Appalachian Trail com- ing from Pa. are scheduled to ar- rive a,t the Hill Top ,Friday to stay through Sunday. That Baker Chicken Supper will be served at the Ebeneezer Moth, odist Church on Saturday evening April 25 with the ladies beginning .to serve. At 3 o'clock an hour earlier than usual. The ment~ will consist of baked chicken, dressing, gravy, mashed ,potatoes, cold slaw peas, pie, coffee pickle and sweets and the usual odds and ends that goes with a chicken dinner. All one can eat for $1.00. A ten-burn er gas stove hotel style with two large ovens has been installed in the church kitchen recently. The net profit of this supper will go for installing the water facilit- SPIRIT OF JEFFER. ON rAl rc, AI g--B THURSDAY, APRIL Court House, Martinsburg, W. V:t. Good luck rare;y comes unex- pected; usually, it is over-expect- ed. Any wife can make ~,i her husband if he will t,o what she says. Polite lies often begin have nothing to wear." Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase We Deliver and Block to your location. HIE DS TRAILER SA ES Route 15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. Open Daily to 8:00 P. M. Includinff Sunday CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. STORE HOURS: DAILY INCLUDING WEDNESDAY 9:00 TO 5 FRIDAYS 9:00 TO 9:00 J Bigger, better, more exciting than anything you've seen in over half a o with family on Camp Hill. ities, a fountain in the Church l yard in front of the Church and Cindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. water piped into the kitchen Lloyd Jones Jr. has a bad attack which be all finished before the of measles after just recovering Home Coming Sunday, the last from mumps. Several cases of of August. Those in charge ap- both maladies have been reported preciate the continued patronage in this agea. Bruce Davldson, 5th of so many friends who attend grad epu, pil was ill for more than these suppers. Vwo weeks with mumps and meas- les but is recovering satisfactor- There will not be a service at ily now. Wayne Jones, two years the local Luthern Church on next of age is recovering from mumps Sunday but a combination Ser- and chicken pox. vice will be held at .St. Paul Lu- Miss Cassie Dittmyer who has them Church in nearby Loudoun been qui,te il,l at her home in Bol- County, Va. at 11 o'clock a. m. and ivar was removed to Kings Dau- at 2 o'clock p. m. when the new ghters Hospital in Mavtinsburg on Sunday School Building will be Su,nday. She spent several weeks dedicated. there recovering from a broken Baby Shower arm which was near the shoulder. Mrs. Betty Bond was "Guest of She ,had been at her home and Honor" at a stork shower Monday was getting along very well when night in the Camp Hill SOcial she was stricken with serious ill- Room. ness. Twenty eight ladies Joined ,in Mr .and Mrs. James Breeden games and many nice gifts were and children of Shepherdstown received. Those presen,t were: Mrs. spent the weekend Mrs, Bree Robert Menefee, Mrs. Wi,lliam Hat dens parents Mr. and Mrs. Theod- ris, Mrs. Gilbert Perry, Mrs. Wil- ore Holmes. lard Moler, Mrs. Edward S.inghas, Roy. D. M. Hughes of near Bol Mrs. William Reed, Mrs. Archie 1oar ~ccompanied by Roy. T. M. Pranzen, Mrs. 'William Ramey, Dillow of 'Mills}lie and Rev. Chas. Boa Miskimon Mrs. Clarence Arms Ivey of W, inchester, Vs. left on Mrs, Harwood Cauffman, Miss Wednesday for Ashland, Ky. Boa Miskimon, Mrs. Clarence where they will attend a Sunday Arms, Mrs. Bi.rdie Thayer, Mrs. School convention and other Chirr Walter Jenkins, Mrs. Ned Winters, eh activities. They expect to re- and Mrs. John Heater. turn on Saturday evening. Mrs. Mrs. John Edmondson, Mrs. J 'N LENO Hughes is improving a,fter being Daisy Marks, Mrs. Lewis Nichols, very muahAndisposed for several Mrs. Elmer Davidson and Pare, weeks 'at her. home. Mrs. Thomas Rissler, Mrs. C, C, Mr .and Mrs. Houston Fridley Johnson, Mrs. Harry Brill, Mrs. of Harpers Ferry and son Roy of Norman Clabaugh, Mrs. Berkley Baltimore, Md. spent Sunday with Winters, Mrs. John Newcomer, the formers son-in-law and dau- Mrs. Anna Bond. Mrs. Oso,r Huff ghter Mr. and Mrs: Regiland man and Mrs. Howard Wilt Jr. Staubs in Charles Town. Those sending gifts but unable Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hough St. to attend were Mrs. Wayne C-lla heard from their son Lloyd Jr. han, Mrs. Andy Saccomi, Mrs. Et,_h who is in the U. S. Service and sta el ,Winters, Mrs. Ben Morgan, tioned in Korea. He is well and Mrs. Ruth Shumaker and Miss getting along O, K. but will be Virginia Earman. glad when his time is up and he Hostesses Mrs. Carl Auvil and can come back home. He often Mrs. William Miller served re- sees a friend and neighbor, Jesse freshments and Miss Bonnie Bond Dailey and also Peter Trail of Bol and Miss Judy Auvil assisted tLro ivar who is scheduled to be home ughout the shower. in a few months. These home town boys enjoy see4ng each other %J~ ~~"n'~ and we are glad they can be to- gether. The senior class o'f Harpers Fer ry High School left Harpers Ferry For Army Air Defense on Wednesday night by B & 0 train enroute to New 'York City M/Sg. George R. Schnurr, local Mrs. Leona Everhart, Mrs. Ellie In Washington, D. C. they board Army Recruiter, announced that Pi,per and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard were ed a bus which is due to arrive in. effective inmmediately enlistments Penney's alone supper guests on Tuesday evening N. Y. about 7 o'clock a. m. Thurs- are open for,the Army's Air Defen with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brack- day morning. The,class, accompan se Command. This is the Army's offers you these est and their daughter Mrs. Flor led by Mr .a, nd Mrs. Wm. Ring, contribution to the North Area De ence Payne m nearby Virginia at- and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tucker are tense Command, which is compris quality fabrics ter s:'pper was over they all mot- scheduled to arrive in Harpers ed of elements representing all ored over to Rectortown. Vs. and Ferry shortly after midnight on branches of the services. were visitors with an uncle and Saturday nigh, t. Currently, surface-to-Air missile au,nt Mr. and Mrs. Tom Poston of Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and tm, i, ts of USARAI:~OMrare located Mr. Brackebt. They sang several daughter Joyce of Engle were call in more than 20 Metropolitan hymns and had prayer wit.h ,the ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. areas of the United States, such as old folks. For they both are on G. E. Gayety on Saturday even- New York, Boston, Manchester, the sick list. These fine people ing. Cleveland, San Francisco, Philadet were all so glad to see us and an Mr. and Mrs, M. T. Boone of ,phia, Los Angeles, Seattle and enjoyable evening was spent by near Harpers Ferry have returned many other cities. Enlistees .will be all. to their home after spending six given choice of metropolitan area Libby White small daughter of weeks in Florida. ,for assignment and will .be school Mr. and Mrs. D~n White was a pa Mr. Austin Everhart of nearby tient in the Charles Town Hos- Louddun County, Vs. ,has been pital for several days. Due to an quite ill ,at his home Mrs. Jas, operation for appendcitis Fritts of Bolivar is ,the daughter " ', of Mr Everhart. Supper guests wlbh Mr. and Mrs .aa, "ona ~f. Rob~rt Haines of Howa d Cogle and son on Whurs-I R-~v~r w v~ haw bean visi.tin~ day were Mr. Davld Brackett, Mr. ~h,, ]at.~,~r ~ict~r td'rs Herbert Richard Engle and Jake Painter,g~err~'~and~"?a'mll;-o?" Harpers O'[ Millwille ,l~rr " " ry. . Mr. Frank Staubs returned to t Mr Robert Hardy of nearby his home here-arffter spending the Lou~un County Va. received his winter mon.ths wit'h his daughter ibar in Sunday ~eho91 on las Sun and husband 1Vfr. and Mrs. Rod-,da_v :for rounding out 27 years of ney Fields in Ranson l perfeot attendance. For 24 years Mrs. Frances Rodgers and child ou,t of the 27 he~ has served faith ren, Norms and Mike, Mrs. Ethelfully as Superintendent of .the Sun It's no longer necessary to buy several separate poli- cies to meet your home protection requirements. A single, modern, conven- ient Homeowners Policy will protect you against at one low" price! I Ladies! Sew your way through summer! Penney's has miles of fabrics to choose from! Pick tissue plaids, lawn 'n leno for floaty dresses with an artic aura! Pick nylon sheers for party stand:outs . . . Full-Sail for your sporting life! All washable, wonder- fully wearable fabrics in exclusive Penney designs hard-to-beat at this special low! Plus Thousands of Yards of FAMOUS "RONDO" ,Percales. at 39c yd. VISIT PENHEY'S BARGAIN SECTION IN BASEMENT STORE A FEW ANNIVERSARY Still Left in Limited 70 x 90 Plaid Summer Blankets 24 x 46 Bath Towels Matching Wash Cloths Decorative Terry Towels 30 x 54 Tweedtone Rugg 3-Piece Bathroom Sets Full Size Foam Pillows 81 x 108 Percale Sheets 45 x 38 Vz Percale Cases 1000 Yards DRAPERY REDUCED TO Vz 110 Boys Long Sleeve Sport Shi 400 Yds. Nylon Sheer Material 5O0-Prs. Womens Panties 100 Men's L. S. Sport Shirts 120, Men's T Shirts 3 Subteen Short Coats 10 Women's Short Coats 3 Women's Duster, Coats 8 Women's Duster Coats 9 Women's Winter Coats 49 Women's Cotton Dresses 7 Women's Better Dresses Women's House Coats 25 Women's Cotton Skirts 9 Mens Plastic Rain Hats 17c 72 Mens- Boys Knit Briefs 38c 2 Unlined Boy's JaCkets $2.0{) 2 Boy's Nylon Reversible Jackets $4.00 Buzzard and son Larry and Terry ~day School and has been a fai,th- and Nancy Davis. Mr. and Mrs.!ful worker in every thing connect Harold Staubs and so~ Louie mo- ed with the Church. The v@iCer tored te Baltimore. Md. on Sun- remarked t,o him recen,tly t;hat he day .morning and spen,t the day was so fortunate nd ,to have ,had with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler. illness to keep him home during They also were visitors at the a- all of those years. His answer was par~ment of Mr. and Mrs. Harold that he had fel.t badly manY Staubs. irises but ,felt .that l~s place was Mr. Earl Glenn ~o~gers spent there and always .felt bet/~er when 9 Womans Lined Jackets $2.00 3 Womens Heavy Jackets $4.00 5 Girl's 'Heavy Jackets $4.00 2 Girl's Nylon Sweaters $1.00 10 Girl's Nylon Sweaters $1.50 7 Girl's Nylon Sweaters $1.99 68 Infant's Waterproof Pants 29c 58 Infants Receiving Blankets 34c 16 Girl's Muslin Slips 58c 6 Womens Bulky Sweaters $3.00 4 Prs. Children's Rubbers 75c 6 Prs. Womens Shoes $1.50 41 Girl's Handbags 50c 7 Girl's Easter Hats 75C 33 Womens Half Slips 99c 22 Womens Nylon Briefs 57c 26 Womens Plisse Nightgowns $1.50 5 Toddlers Coat & Hat Sets $3.00 11 Girl's Spring Coats $6.00 10 Girl's Spring Suits $1.00 2 Toddler Boy's Suits $2.00 SHOP PENNEY'S EVERY DAY FOR FIRST QUALITY the weekend in Brunswick, Md. wlt.h ,his wi,fe Norma at ,the home of her mother Mrs. Hazel Danner Earl st;ays with his parent, s Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgem while working in Vs. Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family of Mannings were Mort day visitors with ;the loiters par- ents Mr. and Mrs, Captain Rod- gers. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Ruth of Harpers Ferry were Su, nday guests with 'the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mrs Effie Fields of Ranson and Mrs. Raymond Staubs and ,child- ren of Mannings were recent cakl- ors with Mrs. Hazel Staubs. Mr .and Mrs Russell Cogle vis- ited their daughter Mrs. Izetta Greenwalt at the, Charles Town Hospital where she is a patient. Nirs. Greenwalt lives in S'andy Hook, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart ~nd Arlene Maohis were callers with their daughter and son Mr. and Mrs. John 'Whitehair in Har- pers Ferry. Mrs Eva Davis and three child- ren, Mrs. Maude Piper of Chest- nu, t Hill were callers on Tht~rsday with Mrs. Ebh~el Buzzard and faro ily ..... he returned ,home. (We hope Mr. Hardy doesn't resent ,the above TOO MUCH). ' The Harpers Ferry Brownie Troop 36 will hold a Bake Sale on Saturday, Aprl.l 18 in front of .the Friendship Fire Hall. The sale will begin at 10 o'clock a. m. and there will be plenty of holne-prepared food for sale at re~sonable prices. These youngsters will grea, tly ap- preciate your patronage. Mr. and Mrs. John Feders "of Fort Ashby, W. Va. are v~sttlng a.t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sperry. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Nichols received a message on Tuesday morning, letting them know that they were grand, parents again. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Daulton of Lake Bluff, Ill. the latter 'the forvner Mary Lou Nichols, announce the birth of a 8 pound daug,h,ter born on Monday, &pril 13. There are now three girls and one boy in the family. Mrs. Kathleen Outnn and Mr. Edward Rlchey of Brooklyn, N. Y. h~ve .been visitinq at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe I~hbone. Mrs. QuCnn is remaining for an extended visi,t. Two Brownie Troops consisting of forty youn'~sters and accompan ied by five leaders spertt Friday loss from many perils in- cluding fire, water dam- age, theft, and liability suits. H. S, CLOI PER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120" E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 mmam mm $ $