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rs TO BE FEATURED QUARTET FOR PROGRAM-MARTINSBUR6 SPEBSQSA Barber Shop bar Will be in for a real May 2 when Town Martinsburg S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. 'the world-renowned one of the world's in the coun at~traction .for a full prc~gram of harmony music in the Charles Town Junior High auditorium. The program will get underway at 8 p. m. Admission will be $1.50 for a- dults and $1 for students. Also to be featured on the pro- gram wil be the "Key Kings" Char lea Town's own outstanding male quartet. The Precisionists are book ed as "Singing t~he best, dressing ,t~he best, acting the best, smiling the best, among the spirited ama- teurs who in musical ability and stage 'presence a, ppeal co 'be pro- fessiormls who have .been inspired to sing joyousiy. The Precisionists not only sing close-harmony or- LL OWN Dorothy Bowers H. Poue and dau- Gaynelle of Col- Va. and Mr. Bus- of Harpers Ferry With the formers par ents Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Pope and family on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Oft spent Tuesday evening with ,their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kennet~h Anders ,and ,family in Ransom Mrs. Roger Milbourne and Mrs. Daisy Mo ler of Charles Town vis ited their brother and sister-in- .... THE .... IN ginning Friday, April 24th 7:30 A. M. Until 8:30 P. M. in and Enjoy Our Delicious Food ~'~ITt-I QUALITY, FAMOUS FOR 40 YEAR8 brings you new musical thrills never before possible from records I -'.-JV, ,,, -- -' FINES 1.,o. ., . FIDE,,,,'m e r e o p h o n 1-J', BETTER[ 78's. LP'a I67~'s and new Stcreophon~ records THE ANDANTE Model SF2575R Stereophonic High-Fidelity Record-Playing Instrument with FM/.i2~t Radio le Stereophonic Equipped Available from - $189.95 Models and Stero es from - - $129.95 I'l i Portables - - - $99.95 Radio - $119.95 t l * For A Stereophomc Demonstration W E,B B'I! .... LIAN E 1}!0 .. !ELEVI!ION APP C S r "- WEST ASHINGION STREET law. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler Friday afternoon. tMiss Beverly Bragg of Engle was a visitor Sunday afternoon with Miss Lou Ella Grey. Miss Suzanne Grey was an overnight gues~ Thursday of her schoolmate Miss Charlene Cru,m in Bolivar. :Mr. and Mrs. Donald ShuC~s and little daugh, ter Dawn Renea, of Luray, Vs. spent Tuesday after noon with Mrs. Shutts' parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyd and faro ity. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Pope and daughter Pamela of Miltville were visi,tors w,l~h his parents ~Ylr. and Mrs. Maurice Pope and fam- ily on Friday. Visitors with ,the Tfamily on Sa.turday were Mr. and Mrs. John Pope and children John Jr. and ,Mary Ann of ,Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and sons Elmer Jr. and Rich~:rd and Mr. Samuel Strickler were din. nor guests Sunday of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and daughters near ,Berryville, Va. Mr. KenneVh Anders of Ranson was a dinner gues~ Wednesday of ,Mr. and Mrs Bernard Ott. ,Mrs. Florence Pope of Harpers Ferry spen~t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Hook and family and accompanied them to Man- n,ings in .the afternoon where they vial,ted Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turner. Mr and Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr. and family of Charies Town were visitors Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Dalgarn's mother Mrs. Annie Pope had family. Mrs. Beulah Goode and Miss Louise Boyd of Charles Town spent Friday afternoon vcith Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boyd, Louise's par ents Mrs. Boyd celebrated her bit thday on that date and her dau- ghter presen,ted her w,i, th a beauS, i- ful cake along w,i~ .fruit pun,ch, which the Iaff~]~-group enjoyed wish wishe~ ,for many more hap- py birthdays. ,Mrs. Patrick Tormey was a visi .tor Wednesday .with Mr and Mrs. Maurice Pope and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were visitors Sunday a, fternoon with ~IVlr. and Mrs. Charles Trundle ,in Bolivar. 'Mrs. Joseph Ranall,i and child ren Marilli Jo, Vivian and Joey of Millville accompanied 'by ,Mrs. Na thaniel Grey Jr. and daugl~ter Suz anne visitedi~ Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kidwell in Birki,ttsville, 'Md. Sun- day afternoon. Sunday School and Morning Worship Services at the Presbyte~ Jan Church will convene this ,Sun day on Daylight Saving Time. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son Stephen of Charles Town were supper guests 'Monday of Mrs. Bower's sister Miss Elsie Ed- wards. Rel~atives here are receiving cards from Tommy Bowers who is enjoying an ,intei'esting leave in Spain. Tommy is stationed in Ger many and expects to return to the states the latter part of May. We are ,also receiving cards from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,Bowers and son Randy who are ~isitlng Mrs. Bowers' relatives In Orlando, Florida and enroute there spen~t some time with Eugene's brother in-law nod sister Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Murphy and daughter in Greens.boro. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Obt and fa, mily of /Millville spent Monday evening with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Visitors Sunday with Mr. Al- bert Wrussell were Mrs. George Fleming of Charles Town and Mr. Paul Trussell of Chambersburg, Pa. By Mrs. Robert Braithwaite The Evergreen 4-H Club met with the Parent-Teachers Assoc- iation as a pu'blic meeting Tues- day at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Powell and Mr. and tMrs. Frank Powell Jr. motored to ,Phillippi Saturday ~o get their granddaughter Miss Jan ice Twigg w~o is in training at Alderson-Broaddus College. On Monday morning Miss Twigg lef for St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Wash ,ington, D. C. where she,w,wil.l train .for three "mon, ths. Mr..and Mrs. Norman Whetzel and family visited 'Mrs. Annie lrangements that Would tax the ,finest quartets but t,hey augm-nen,t them wi~h motions and .gestures. They seldom sing ,two songs in sue cession .wi,thout Mterlng their stage ~formation and it is not un- usual for them ~hile singing .to ~hif,t their formation width mili,tary precision bu, t withottt any interfen once with tonal accuracy or beat. Mrs. Doug iMinnick and daughter J Mr. and ~rs_ D. ~. ~]] lan.~ [~, ~, ~l~t ]F FFSRt!g)N\ ADVOCATE "Cindy" of Martinsburg vi~ted Z@r. and Mrs. G~or e .C~ drove ' " ~ e Alexandria AI RiZ 23, 19o9 5--A Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Whittington ......... ,. f , , , , , . .. on Sunday. '" 1 Sunday arid m'~]oyed he.~be~k~ty'/o [ ~ ~ = ," ~ ~ : ' ' ~ :' Mr. and Mrs. Charles D Ante o the many and varied ~le~ [,..~,.,~14o1| l~,0W~ l[.[B~ ,balmer and funeral director. ,nd children Judy. Bill and way- Vhere. _. _'~j ~ ', t:.*l~ ~?U': ~'~/~ "~ ~'?Y Mr. Brow~. whose home is on ne visited the 1,a~tters mather Mrs. mmss emmye zer sper t (_ ours IllSouth Mtldred Street. Charles Irene Rinaldi and daug ,ters of Thumd ty, in I rkem ilte visi,t g ] . Town, is married to the former Bolivar on Sunday afternoon. Mrs, Annie Homer and Miss ~ t MGrtuarv Science Miss Dorothy Bar~, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hough and son sie Barbo~r. ' .... "~ Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Barr. They of Berryville, Va. were Sunday Mr. Edward McKe8 flew ~r.om haw two hi'Idren Diane Lee and .i:~., guests of their son.in-.law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam. ffIrs. Clarence l~ra~ser, of Baker ,ton visited her sister Mrs. Frank Cameron on Thursday. ,Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dirlow Jr. and daughter Tana and Mrs. T. W. Dillow ,St. were guests of Mrs. James Dil,low of Berryville, Va. on Saturday. Mrs. Randolph Barnes Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Barnes, Mrs. Kerman* Cross ,and DaVid C~oss spen~ Sunday with Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Anderson near Germrdstown. Mr. and ~VIrs. Wid, myer Steele o4 Winchester called upon Mlss Clem mye Baker Sunday wfterno0n. The Adult Women's Class of ,the Me,~hodist Sunday School Mrs. H. H. Jennings, nn,i teacher met Friday night a~t the home of Mrs. Lee Barrow in Berkeley County. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hardesty Bal,timore to Hamilton. Canada MarshMl Ellen. Wednesday April 8t~h. ,to~et~he~ He has entered permanently on wl, th sixty ,fOU~ othe~ IriSh. ~l~t~e his new duties as moPtician with trip was spot[scrod byte I~r, [l~r~ ~fter completing the cour~ the ffVlelvin T. 6trider Company of national Harvester ~r$1~ay. [aS ~'le ~ckels ~ch~Ol of Mortuary C~arles Town and Shepherdstown. Methodist Sunday,School ~ lO [S'lence in Phttadelphia~ a. m. Grace Church services at[ *M~;. ~rown, this past week, pass When advertising something to 2:30 p m. . [Qd the ,ex~Tnirta#Ao~ of the West sell never bother to tell the cus- Mr. John Briscoe and Miss L~U [Vl!~IRia ~@f~ate B~d of launer~l ~mer hcr~v good you are-tell him is0 Briscoe of "Piedmont" c~il@d ~hat your product will 2_m: upon Mr and H. Sunday a, fternoon. [ ~(~.o,~mpo~m~,o,~mDo.~m.o i[[i () i Pupils of ~e Wright Denny School Will present their anqual Spring Musical Tuesd~k~ evening. April 28 a~ 7:30 In,t.~the Junior High Sckool auditorium. The musical tlhis ure a variety of { and Mrs. W. R. Barnes attended a round a the~e, of Maizey in Bolivar Sunday. While meeting of the Cour~y Democra~ "stage hi~". J~mong ,tho~ there they hetped the latters fa- a,t the Court House Tuesday night ded will be, s~enes ~rom ther C. W. Zom:bro celebra,te his April 16tru Pacific, Oklahoma and The: 80th ,birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoover and and I. ' Mrs, Huge Janney ,and sons and daughter of Harrisonburg. Va. l~irst Mrs. Jane Billmyer of Bal,timore, spen,t Sunday wi,th Mrs. Hoover's a Tom Thttmb Md. were ~risitors of the formers parents tMr. and Mrs. H. H. Jenn- formal costumes and sister [Mrs- Newton ~tuckey Sat- ings. About seven,ty-five .urday. iMr. and Mrs. George Gurland will participate. This Mrs. Fred Smith and son Jimmy of Washington spent a few days mark ,the first ~me' In ,motored to Philipsburg, N. J. Tues last week with Mrs. Earl Gran- o~ years day morning to attend ,the funeral ~ tham. ented such a of her bro0her 'Floyd Kisner.[ Mrs. James F. Ma~ou.gh~ryre- Spring Musical. Miss Nancy Boyd left for heriCurned Saturday from..~uler, r-a. home in Beckley, W. V~ Thurs- ~here she visited reI~tives for a ~be from day morning after visiting her week. Returning home she was sixty second paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. J, band. Student Andrew Gulilck will be J. Rumbaugh who were over night The m~a~ical is ,guest minister Sunday at 12:30 guests, ion of Mtss~orna p. m. The Kvarneysville Christian Mesdames Grover Engle, Alma visor of music witch Youth Fellowship was postponed Funk. Blanche Eyler and Mrs. Of the school chat day due to conference in Sheely of Waynesboro, Pa. ,and Moler, said Vhe. Winchester. Va. Mrs. Harris Heidwohl of Hagers- spring will be ~nore Birth of Son town spen,t Sunday with Mrs. tMar annual spring musicals Mr. and Mrs. Warren Squire an shall Engle, Mrs. Orover Engle for sever~'l years. ;: nounced the birth of a son Sa~ur was hostess to the group ,for din " ~ day, April 4 born in the Charles her at Scolley Hall Dining Room. Poli t& lies of.~en bsll~ Town General Hospital. Bausch, Mrs. Baum of "Washington, D. have nothing to wCaz." . The Squire family is moving from C., Mrs. A. C. Solie and daughter ~i: ~he Hopper ,house to ~he Swartz of Silver Spring, Md. and Mrs. E. Goldwater favors NI~ ~o!e:~om property at B ardane. A. Cockey of Purcellville called inatlon in 1960. ~ ' ~VIiss Barbara Gale Creamer, upon Mrs. Randol~ph Barnes Sat- daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert urday afternoon. Creamer was rushed from the Shepherdstown H.i gh School, Shop herdstown ~o .the City Hospital in Martinsburg last Thursday ,for an emergency opera, rich ,for ap- ,pendt~itis- Mr. and [Mrs. Pa:~ton Marshall and sons Paxton, S~even and Ned spent Sunday ,afternoon wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pret~yman In Winchester, Vs. Mrs. Harold Buhrman and dau ghter and Mrs. Pan,ton MarshMl attended ~t)he Youth'Ra/ly in the Winchester, Va. Presbyterian Chur Ch. O --- WITH US TODAY --- ': : WE :i'STOCK :THE VERY BEST AND NOW IS TO SAVE' MONEY BY ORDERING YOUR, SUMMMER TILL- UP. Y Ca,tt Us Right Now At Phone 73 w@ will start filling your bins. ,Y .,z" PHON] CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. J. W. Cl,ine spe~t the week end in Vienna, Va. with 'her cous ~" :~..~ ~.~, ins, Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Siembow- ' ' er. Mrs. Francis Bird has accepted ...... : }~ a position with the Lorna Lynn , ~'" .... " faotoryinRanson ~0 "' i CO- Mr. and IMrs. Kenneth Kuester's O ~ new baby is a son not ,a daughter. 1 ~ Mrs. George Hilliard and son ] Billy, daughter ,Kay, Mrs. Nor- m,an Whetzel ,and daughter Car, '" M olyn, Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and daughter Virgini,a and Mary Fran ees, Mrs. Roy Pu,tman,,- Mrs. Har- old BUhrman and daughter Kaye, 'Mrs. Edi th Thomas, Mrs. Marvin CALL 664 ---EE DELIVERY SERVICE Thomas and Mr. and [Mrs. Irvin v Hall attended .the Shepherdstown Band Concert Sa,turday nigh,t, Ap ril 11 at he Shepherdstown High School Gymnasium Shepherds- town BAG DOMINO PURE BLACK . ...... - Dozen $ .00 Mr. More of Mar~insburg was speaker last Thursday nigh~ .at the Brotherhood meeting in the Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church Educational building. His su'bject was "Educa,tion". Mrs. Ir- vin Hall and Mrs. George Cox were in charge of refreshmen, ts. 'Mrs. Anna Stuckey has return- ed to 'her duties as assistant POSt n~istrees after an illness. By Miss lb. CAN ILL Dorothy Lake Guest at the home_of Mr. ,and Mrs. T. W. Dillow .Sr. were Mr. Charles Gary Dillow', IMr. ~nd Mrs. Dale Dillow of Alexandria, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Jr. ,and Tana of Bloomery. Mr. Garland Hooe Jr. who has been a business visitor in~ Mon- treal, Canada for the 'past two weeks returned home on ~und,ay. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mlnnick and daughter "Cindy" of Martinsburg and Mr. and ,Mrs. Merle Wilt and son David of Chestnut Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli on Sun daY. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sbns Jay and Vince visited Mr. and Mrs, Sonny Hough and son Randy el Bakerton on Sunday. 'Mrs. Dorothy Shuster of Rib)Pen visited Mrs. T. W. Dtllow Sr. on LONGHORN FULL lb. CREAM lbs. C FRESH SPRING ONIONS bchs. NOTORIOUS FOR FLAVOR TENDERNESS FRYERS WHOLE GROUND Tuesday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Frankte Longer- bchs. beam and daughter Tracey spent S~turday with ~the latters parents Va. ICEBERG LETTUCE, CELERY, CUCI GROUND Mr, Otto Ryman and daughter : Maida of Ranson visited Mr, and :" Mrs.Edward Ryman and daugh- GREEN PETERS. ICICLE ~D!S~; : ter Junita on Tuesday evening. ~'~rfa~lda~::'TE~j~n:ndWhlv~rttln~L CARROTs,CORN ORANGEs,ON COB, LEMONs,GREEN C, ABBAGI , : APPLES, CUT WILSON'S SEALTEST (All Flavors) 17 CHARLES TOWN, 'W. VA. ~o~o o () o ~ 04111~04111~O~O~O~(~J~OtO~()411'~O411~O~OtO~Iq~O~U'I~O~([I t BONELESS AND