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w .... r given by Mrs Melvin Bradshaw a Ivl| ) )lUIlalry UIIIUII ....... :missionary to Japan. She and her ~R~,~ ~Am ~M:~ ~ ihusband were sent to Japan in ]IItI IUI I$IIIIUlv t Mareh of 1949 and have been -- " [home in Winchester on fuHough -----'--------" . since last December. Rev Melvin delegates from the Churches representea were Bradshaw serves as Chaniain and churches in Berkeley First and Second Baptist of Mar i : " "~ ~" ~ " ~ .... ' , ". / . . ' .~ , " ass stant in the me(ileal tlel(1 at on counties were re- linsourg Leetown Summit feint the Bantist Hospital in K"oto for the all day Spring I Charles 'Town and Shenandoah ~,',hil- ~,s m,,~~ ....... ~, ,.~' G~oup No: 3, Shenan-l Junction. , Bi*t)ie s"c'h'ool"in"ih~" missionary ssoclauon ot worn I Theme,for the day 'The Vision field. Group, h.e!d April[Splendid' presented by the .group She told of the Japanese con- . apust t nur- iteaaer, mrs..Jonn E. Cheshire of ception of America and how Chris Summit Point. EVERY GARDEN NEED ECONOMICAL 2 H.P. SCOTSMAN The ideal power package for smaller garden plots-unques- tionably the lowest-cost tiller in the high performance class. AS LOW AS'~" ~'*" MULTI-PORPOSE 3 H. P. ~ ;UnURlmA l ,o, 'arm or garden Come+ aluminum engine, adjustable rear ~tL .~ ~vheels. Can be used with all rotors ~~. and attachments.WoTHOO tlSS ~/~.MORI'"" ++ :~ , VERSATILE, EXTRA-RUGGED PROFESSIONAL tian homes established are great witnesses. In Kumamoto today the descendents of the first Chris tians in Japan are now prominent leaders in Churches. Baptist chur ches are self-supporting in Kyoto, inaintain National Assembly at Amagi, strong church in Tokiwa- dai, and one of the largest medi- cal centers is at Kyoto. Baptist university is located at Fukuoke. She discussed the discrimination problem and urged us to give other country natives a warm Christian welcome. Rev. William Carson gave an respiring devotions, with Mrs. Raymond Cram presenting a dia- logue on Sunbam organization which is celebrating its 75th an- niversary this year, with Miss Jean Perks and Mrs. Claude Rit- enour characters in the play. The meeting was supported by Dr. J. R. Stiff, Rev. Charles Wil- liams and Rev. William Carson. Spring Is In The Air- Put It On Your.Walls With Boautlf+ul Wallpaper Fro,,- BOWERS Paint & Wallpaper Store Charles Town, W. Va+,+ Tel. 486 Open to 5:30, Except Fd., 9 P.M. Built for the toughest jobs K~':i~ii"" "::~:iiiii:::i~ ii 'i +: ; with heavy-duty, 3~ h.p. :.".~:;*:~. cast-lron engiRe, rear wheels ....... i~!~i;g and "unitized" construction. ~~~ , + iiii::i::i ii ......... I OF ROTORS, TRACTOR TOOLS, ATTACHMENTS, TOO. , EE HIS BIG MERRY TILLER SELECTION NOW AT... 2 Extra Horse Power when you Buy A TILLER with a chain drive transmission. ore efficient than the worm-gear drives oy competitive machines. FREE Demonstra- AUTHORIZED DEALER 31-F.031 SUMMIT POINT, W. VA. the Estate of the late Annie Virginia Sites, I the ,FoBowlng Personal Property. located at 208 Street, ~haries Town, W. Vg., on SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 How to collect when your Accounts Receivable Records are destroyed ]f you have a Hartford Accounts Receivable Policy--yau're still in business! Even without records, you'll still receive all sums due you from your customers, This economical Plan provides cover- age against loss from a long list of perils including fire. theft, ex- plosion. See us today for more details. -- X HARTFgRD FIRE INSUIIANCE COMPANY IllbW HARTFORD INSUP.ANCE U0tl~ Ilartfwd 15, CuNctlmd i~v:~+~+~+~;~,'~..'~"5,,,4~;~.~:~ Siokroom " s;,pplles No matter what you may be needing in the way of sickroom supplies, always turn to this "Re- liable" pharmacy. You will find this an excellent source, too, for vitamins and other nutritional aids, including special items for the baby and, special geriatric needs for older persons. And, of course, we hope you will make it a point to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. We are prepared to compound them promptly and precisely as di- rected. You will appreciate our courteous service and our uni- formly fair prices. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. m+,+++++, +++ AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S. T.) GOODS, ETC. ' l~la~no, in excellent condition; G. E. Stove and Re- Univtrsal Washing Machine, 2 Old Walnut Beds. Bed, springs and mattresses; Oak Bed, Dres- ~V'ash St.rid; Antique Cherry Chest of Drawers. Buffet. 2 Oak Stands. Oak Rocking Chair, Hall Rack ~lth Mirror; Morris Chair. Wing Chair Chairs, Sectional Book Case, Towel Rack, Five 2 Children's Chairs, High Chair, 10 Straight Old Cradle, Stool, Console Radio (good condi- Table. Antique Hand Painted Tray, Kitchen ', Zinc and Wooden Tubs, Commode Chair, Universa! 8Weeper, Blssells Carpet Sweeper, 2 Ferneries, Old Porch Screens, 10, 6, and 5 feet; Adjustable Elec- FEn; Electric Heater, Sunbeam Mix-Master. 2 Irons, Quilting Frames, Window Screens, HoweP of Aetferso~i County; Clocks, Lot of Pictures an," Oil Painting, Large and Small Lamps, Was]" Pitcher; Bed Pan, Basins, Gladstone Bag, Sulf Stretchers, Ironing Board, Thermos Jug, 9 x Rug, 9x12 Linoleum Rug, Miscellaneous Rugs made; Pillows, Bed Clothing including some Old Bed, Curtaln~, Dishes, Old and New; Ironstone Utensils, G. E.. To,aster, Grill and Waffle of Bottles. $ars mad Crocks; Lot of Old Buttons and Many Other Articles that are too num- ~ention. Nothing to be removed until settled for. JAMES D. SITES ADMINISTRATOR. THARPE, Auctioneer. MOORE, Clerk. ......... : l+rivilege Reserved--Ladles of Grace Episcopal ~tiddlewa, W. VaJ and place and on same terms, I will Household Equipment: Chippendale Dining Suite; 88 Piece Set of Moss Rose Te~ Set, Single Walnut Bed, Mahogany Be~, Springs and Mattress; Two Mirrors; 1 Occasional Chair, Platform Rocker, Bottom Chairs, 1 Wicker Porch Rocker, Long ~ Mirror, Bridge Lamps, Manning-Bowman Electric Cake Plate with cover; Miscellaneous Dishes, a~d Flower Receptacles; 9 x 12 Fibre Rug, Mlscel- Wool and Fibre Rugs;' Pair of Spring Scales, Lamp Shades, Mahogany Chest of Drawers. Bed, Hoover Sweeper with attachments" Curtains, Bed Clothes, Table Linen, Kitchen Table, Electric Heater. J. C. ROBERTS - 5t. o++,+0,+ ,.+++0++ imrt B. Henry Is Jaycees Planning ,+,,, and recognized were: Mrs.~M. J. gPIRIT OF ffEIWERgON ,ADVOI3AT W. While, Superintendent of Lu- ray; Mrs. Walter Boxwell, Assist Training in Electronics Parade As Opener ' ........ ant Supt. of Martinsburg; Mrs. M. I In iiiii I IIIIIIl I O. Lockhart of Bentonville, V a.; At Keesler Air Base ,., . , Town;MrS'Lee~own.RUssellMiss CamillaUrquhart+wiltshireCharlesof ----'-- For Oean-gp DrJie , d ~C AL P ]If ) OH TII~ :S The Jefferson County Jun' Special music was by trio: Mrs. Chamber of C(~mmerce-is makin~ .... +SEE US TODAY .... Ernest Hendricks, Mrs. Hugh Col plans to stage a big parade in Mrs.lis andjosephMrS. WareCharleSasOWenS'pianist.witb Charles Town to "kickoff" the Sb0 x 1.1 $12.45 Sale Price $26.00 opening of the Charles Town-Ran Others having part on the pro- son and Jefferson County phase 750 x II $35.30 "Sale Price $22.22 gram were: Mrs. Lester Henry, of the stale wide campaign to Mrs. Frank Benner, Mrs. Edward Keiter, Miss Nancy Miller, Mrs. Robert Liskey, Mrs. Raymond James, Mrs. George Stephens, III, Mrs. Clarence Gray, Mrs. R. P. Blackford, Mrs. Max Braithwaite, Mrs. J. R. Stiff. Mrs. M. J. White, Supt. stressed the school of missions during the week of October 20-Nov. 3, the ap portionment, WVU Plan of giving and Vaughn Summit mission as a project. Miss Carolyn Urquhart of Char les Town was honored as being one of the seven girls of the State of Virginia chosen as an Y. W. A. outstanding participant of the or ganization. Mrs. W. T. Shaull, G. A. Direct. or and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, Y. W. A. Director gave inspiration talks on importance of youth partictpat ion in camp programs, Christian service and education. Mrs. Shaull pointed out we have 19 weeks scheduled for Girl Aux. romps, so scheduled that 10 girh )er week per church can be tak :n care of under the program. Mrs. Walter Boxwell served as secretary for the day. The women of the Leetown church served a roast turkey lun cheon to all delegates attending. the Fall meeting will be held in 3harles Town. Chamber of Commerce By Brooke Blackford Executive Secretary We want to thank Shannondale, Inc., for having us as their guests on Wednesday, April 19th. It was a splendid dinner and it was the first time we had been entertain- ed as a group by anyone. H. F. Byrd, Inc. was kind enough to loan us a bus for the occasion and Bob Appell gave of his time to drive us over. We really had our eyes opened. Shannondale now has 250 cottages constructed with more coming off the plan- ning board every day. It is ~hard to imagine anything as nice and "plush" as the Shan non dale Club House being part of our "community. Shannondale is entirely private and open only to members and their guests. We wish to extend a most cor- dial welcome to the four new ROBERT 13. HENRY A/B Robert L. ttenry, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Henry, Ranson has completed his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, and has been sent to the Keesler Air Force Base, Keesler, Miss., where he is taking a cour- se in electronics training. He en- listed in the Air Force last men. th. He is a graduate of Charles Town High School. His address is A/B Robert L. Henry, AF-13714- To Be In "Long Thrust" Operations In Europe Fort Campbell, Ky (AH~'NC).- Army Specialist Four William E. Willingham, 20, whose wife, Sar ah, lives at 313 S. Charles Street, Charles Town, W. Va. is scheduled to participate from May 1-15 with other personnel from the 101st Airborne Division's 187th Infan- try in Long Thrust, a NATO train 'rig exercise in Europe. Long Thrust, which will be conducted from April 24-May 20, is designed to test the capabilit- ies for reinforcing NATO defen- ses with forces located in the U. 3. Personnel from the division sta tioned at Fort Campbell, Ky. will be airlifted to Europe to partici- pate in the exercise. The 101st, a major Strategic Army Corps (STRAC) unit, constantly main. :alas an immediate readiness for ce for airborne deployment to any area of the world. Specialist Willingham is regul- arly assigned as a gunner in the 187th's Company A at Fort Camp bell. He entered the Army in Jan uary 1960 and received basic combat training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Willingham attended Charles Town High School. His parents Mr. and Mrs. John A. Willingham live on Route 1. County Farmers Become Cooperators With Soil Conservation District Farmers recently becoming coperators with the Eastern Pan- handle Soil Conservation District are Robert W. Whitmore, William D. Murphy, Melvin S. Rissler. Harry G. Athey, Ed Magaha and Samuel J. Donly Jr. Soil Conservation Service per- sonnel have recently laid out ap- proximately 107 acres of field strips for Cyrus Moler near Shen- andoah Junction. Fish requests for over 30 ponds have be~n filled out and sent in this spring. Soil conserv~ationist George Cole points out that be- cause of the large demand for Bass and Bluegill from the Lee- town hatchery requests mfist be sent in now for approval. Fish will be available for stocking la- ter in the summer. As the supply of fish is limited only those periods for which approved requests have been received will be stocked. "Keep West Virginia Green". i The parade will be staged over the principal downtown streets of Charls Town May 5 in the early evening hours. Parade time will be 7:30 p. m. Eastern Daylight Time and the route will be from the Robinson Ice and Cold Stor- age area, South on Mildred Street to Washington street, lhence west on Washington street to Lawren- ce and disband at the Charles Town J'unior High School. The high schol bands of the county have been invited and are expected to participate in the par- ade. William Anders president of lhe Jeffer, son County Jaycees, said this week that letters are being sent to all civic and service clubs, fire (:ompanies, etc, asking them to recognize the importance of this "Clean up-Fix up-Paint up" drive throughout the county by entering floats in the parade. The Jaycee committee compos- ed of Roger Perry, Norman Kis- aer, Harold (Chuck) Kisner, and Anders are depending upon the parade to focus attention upon the clean up drive. Persons desir ing to participate in the parade are asked to contact Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs and daughter Mary Lynn called aport Mr. and Mrs. Jake B. Childs of Berryville, Va. on Sunday. Mrs. Childs is doing very well since her operation. Later ir~ the even- ing Mr. Holmes Childs and sons Wilson and Dixon of near Berry- ville called upon Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Childs at their home near Middleway. Remember when you used to go to bed with the curfew? Today they just blow it to wake you up. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS 800 x 14 $38.65 Sale Price $24.00 (All Plus Federal Tax) 670 x 15 Recaps Sale Price $10.95 (with[ casing) (ALL WHITE-WALL TIRES) ONE DAY SERVICE ON RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING---EXPERT SERVICE. ROUTE 3+10 NEAR HALLTOWN, W. VA. April 20-2t.--pd. USE THE CLASSIFIED~ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY "World's largest termite control organization" $5000 GUARANTEE Against Future Termite Damage Represented nationally by over 1800 lumber dealer= For free Inspection call CHARLES TOWN 47 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE NICELY SUPPLY C0., INC. 114 South George St. Charles Town, W. Va. "SCAB INJURY HAS BEEN ...and the ORTHOCIDE program has increased the number of U.S. Fancy grade from 20% in some varieties to 50% in others. The extra return from higher grading alone just about pays for the entire spray program." Apple grower Rewellien Mohr, of Mohr Orchards, Fogelsv lie, Pennsylvania, knows what he's talking about. He Started with an ORTHO program in 1954 and has won Grand Champion Awards for his apples at the Pennsylvapia Farm Show. ORTHOCIDE (captan) 50 Wettable effectively controls major fungus diseases and improves the growth of fruit trees, resulting in thicker, healthier foliage and increased bud capacity. You get increased yields of higher grade fruit, with the fine finish and better keeping qualities that fetch top market prices. ORTHOCIDE. in an ORTHO Spray Program, can produce a consistently higher net profit than possible with any other fungicide. T.M+ RI[(L hi.S* PAY, OFF.I ORYHO, ORYNOCiDg, ON ALL GHEMtOA~.$. RF.AO DlflI[CTIONI AND tAUTIOMI~ IIFOIIi Rewelllen Mohr and ORTHO Fieldman Ernle Koch inspect some of the 110 acres of apple trees at Mohr Orchards. HELPING THE WORLD GROW BETTER CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DiVISiON ............ 133 Kings Highway E., Haddonfiald, N.J. BILL LONG Braddock Heights, Md. SK 3-7561 JIM BEAVER Winchester, Va. MO 2-3121