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i Hamed Citizen Of it,r, Va. a birthday party for i orma :o. ,ha .a ,,ro SPIRrr OF r ERSO itheirmot,erwl,,chcons,stodofa PUBLIC INVITED TO CHRISTIAN PLAY AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH installation and the donors will 6---A THURSDAY, MAY ., T be given later. Installation is ex- I lovely chocolate cake with can- peeled to be made at on'ee and -'-- .... ----'--'-'----"- Month For April Idles. All ,he guests of the Knott ! the system will no doubt be dedi- will work on a hon,e proje'ct; in in the lives of menzs I Rest Home attended. Mrs. Barton eated at an early date. the home, ~he garden, etc. power that will bring s I received many telegrams, cards, 4. 1hat all the family attend all of life. Christ will ROBERT A. DAILEY The Gordon Eismon Chapter of the National Honor Society of Charles Town Senior High School announces that the Citizen of the Month for April is a sophomore Robert Arthur Dailey, son of Mrs. Ilershel Dailey of Jefferson Ave- nue, Charles Town. For his excep tional scholastic achievements, he attended the annual Kiwanis Banquet for outstanding fresh- men. Recently Bob was selected by the faculty of Charles Town Sen tar High school to become a mem ber of the Gordon Eishmon Chap ter of the National Honor Society. On March 30, he was elected trees urer of next year's Student Coun ell by the student body. An active athlete, Bob participates in foot- ball, basketball, baseball and track. He is a member of the Char les Town Methodist Church. He plans to attend college after grad uation. be, O~'~ Mrs. Gertrude Barton celebra- ted her 90th birthday at the Knott Rest Home. Her son.Mr. Robert Barton, Richmond, Va. and her daughter Mrs. Fields of Winches- Togetherness . . . Lady Manhattan (R) style ... teams a roll sleeve shirt classic with a slim sheath skirt. They're so easy to wear, 'cause they're Lady Manhattan tailored for Superb fit, superb shape. And they're so easy to pack and take along., wherever you go! Naturally, the shirt is contour-shaped, with extra- long shirt tails that stay tucked in. SEE THE FINE SELECTION TODAY AT . Next To Postoffiee CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. flowers and candy. Donald Myers and Miss Judy James of Weirton, W. Va. spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers, Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town. Miss Elizabeth Smith of Charles Town and Miss Louisa C. Smith of Washington, D. C. visited Miss Ella Smith at her apartment one day last week. Mrs. Robert B. Wright has re- turned to Charles Town after spending some time with her son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Moore of Richmond, Va. Mrs. Lena Eby of Charles Town spent Wednesday evening with ~,irs. Thomas Shull. Family Hight To Be Observed At Methodist Church May 11 At 8 The Charles Town Methodist Church will ohserve Family Night on May 11 in Fellowship ttall at. 8:00 P. M. It is hoped that all the families of the Church will cancel every other engagement and at- tend the program that has been arranged. The Youth under the direction of Mrs. Glenn Ramsburg will put on a short play with a great mean ing. A moving picture of great interest entitled, "The Family Next Door," wilt be shown. There will be group singing a joyous period and refreshments. Mrs. James Butler and ~Ir. and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Butler and family of Front Royal, Va. were Sunday hight visitors at the home Non-members of the Church are of the formers nephew and niece, cordially invited to come and en- I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Boyd of Hall- joy the Family Night with us. town. NATIONA~ WEEK I Mrs. James Gore, Mrs. Donald A production of the play "Christ in the Concrete City" will be given in the Charles Town Presby- ~Smith, Mrs. Donald Engle, Mrs. terian Church on Sunday evening, May 7. at 7:30 P. M. This fine story of Christ's Hfe and death Donald Cline and Mrs. Robert Wil by P. W. Turner, will be presented by the drama team composed of eight actors and actresses from OBSERVED LOCALLY MAY 7-14 the student bodied of Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education, both lis attended the Junior Women's of Richmond, Va. There will be no admission charge; an offering will be received. The week of May 7 is being ob- Club Convention in Fairmont, W. This drama team has made for itself a fine reputation during the past several years since it served by churches throughout Va. the past weekend, began presenting Christian drama. In order for the Presbyterian Church to schedule this, it had to the nation as National Family Mr. John Bradley was a caller be booked nearly two years ago. Holland McSwain, a seminary s, tudent from Murphy, N. C., is the Week and it is being stressed as Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and manager. The team is expected to arrive Saturday afternoon. II s members will participate in a social an -important week in every function of one of the youth groups Saturday evening. These students will teach in the Church Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ranson. School on Sunday morning. Mr. McSwain stated that any who wishes to attend the rehearsal on home. And by way of observing it the church makes these sug- Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer Sunday afternoon would be welcomed. The public i~; cordially invited to this program, gestions: and daughter Beverly, Jeffersont ~ -~ Terrace visited Sunday with Mr. ~ _J A_ I Virginia University gave a very : 1. That Sunday, May 7, be Faro and Mrs. Bert Loudan and son of i~amea AS interesting talk on his experience ily Committment Day on which all the members of the Family go :Bakerton. p in agriculture and ideas that to the Church Service together, Mr. Lucien Grove of Roanoke, ['~rns~r young men and women should making that hour a time of new Va. was a supper guest Wednes- --w,n.v, strive for in their lives ahead of dedication of themselves to God day night with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Smith Jr. of Berryville, Va. Sunday visitors with the Slush ers and Wilson, Rose Hill Farm were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer Big Pool, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Mar- PRESENTED PLAQUE :--The adove picture shows William "Pete" Walker of Shenandoah Junction, being presented the plaque for being named as the county's most outstanding young farmer. Pre- sentation is being made by John Bartlett (right) at the Junior Chamber of Commerce dinner. ,,. i1954, William Henshaw 1955. Lee Wflham Pete Walkel at Shen ,~ 9 E1 er Vzckers 1957 ....... ' [Morgan 1 56, ~m " " andoah Junction, was honored Howard Demory 1958, and Rich- Wednesday night, April 26 by the lard Renaud 1959. Jefferson County Junior Chain-t Professor Ray March of West ber of Commerce by being named as the county's Outstanding Young Farmer. Announcement of his selection was made at the Jaycee dinner held in the Blue Grass Inn at the Thomas Jeffer- son Hotel. Walker operates a 260 acre dairy farm at Shenandoah Junc tion. tie has done very well on his farm, building a new barn and house. He has 45 dairy cows and is one of the gommunities leading milk producers. He is a member of many dairy associations, includ ing the Artificial Breedrs Assoc- iation and is on the selection cam mittee as to what stock is used for this purpose. The Jaycees feel that Walker is very deserving in receiving this award. The judging of this contest was done by the past' winners of the Outstanding Young Farmer Pro- gram. Robert Cain winner in m i m m u m 9111111111lilllllliillilililliillli: ._ mm am sam mac mm Iron Paint 8, Wallpaper Plastic Coated Paper = 50 Single i Super Kern Tone $5.59 Gal.* Outside White $4.95 Gal.* Inside Latex $3.58 Gal.* Utility In Or Out = mm $3.58 Gal.* - lame *4 Gal. or More m. tm mm m~ PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE Charles Town -- Tel. 486 Open 'Til 9 Fri., Other Days 5:30 ~111111111111111111111111111111111~ THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CO. 'Change of Passenger Train 'Schedule Effective 12:01 A. M., Est, 'Sunday, April 30, 1961 WESTWARD TRAINS No. 11, Due 8:43 A. M., Daffy--From. Baltimore-Washington-Silver Spring to Cumberiand-Parkersburrg- Cincinnati-St. Louis. No. 21, Due 11:02 A. M., Daily---From Baltimore-Washington-Silver NO. 9, Due No. 19, Due No. 17, Due No. 10, Due Spring to Cumberland-McKeesport- Pittsburgh (Connecting For Cleve- land). 2:37 P. M., Daily--From Baltlmore-W~shington, Silver Spring to Cumberland-Pittsburgh- Akron and Chic~tgo (Connections for Toledo and Detroit). 5:45 P. M., Daily---From Baltimore-Washington-Silver Spring to Cumberland-Pittsburgh- Toledo and Detroit. 9:29 P. M., Daily--From Baltimore-Washington-Silver Sprin to Cumberland-Pittsburgh- Youngstown -Akron-Cleveland. EASTWARD TRAINS 5:15 A. M., Daily---From Chicago-Akron-Pittsburgh- Cumberland to Silver Spring-Wash- ington-Baltimore. (Connections from Detroit and '-Toledo). shall Wilson Jr. of near town and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bohrer of Mar- tinsburg. Mrs. Robert R. Smith and dau- ghter Elizabeth Rogers attended the 4-H club meeting at Kable- town Wednesday night. . Mr. William Dillow and daugh- ter Tana visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp, Ranson Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp and grandson Timmy Shaeffer spent the weekend in Moorefield, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nerhood were hosts to a large number of friends and guests at their home on South Samuel Street last Sun- day from four until 9 p. m. at a reception h6noring their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hyier, III whose marriage occurred recently in Chesterfield, S.C. - Born April 27 in Winchester Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mickey of Charles rown a girl, Stephanie Dawn. Mrs. Mickey is the former Miss Gall Neville Hindman. Mr. J. C. C. Gardiner, who has been a surgical patient in Subur ban Hospital, Washington, D. C. has recovered sufficiently to re. :urn to his home near The Bloom ery. Mrs. James W. Bartlett of S. Samuel St. is visiting her son and daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Jam es W. Bartlett in Rochester, N. Y. Representing Zion Church at the Annual Meeting of the Epis- copal Women of West Virginia being held this week at St. Steph- en's Church, Beckley, W. Va. are: Mrs. J. L. Van Metre, Mrs. Tho- mas Steptoe, Mrs. C. Manning Smith, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. Preston Merchant, Mrs. Paul Flea gle, Mrs. E. L. McDonald, Jr., Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Mrs. Fred Weller and Mrs. Jack Getzendanner. Mrs. Thomas Murray Stokes of Mt. Hammond Farm is visiting her mother and sister in Raleigh, N.C. Mrs. Louise Baylor who has made her home here for some years with her sister-in-law Miss Anna Lloyd Baylor, left recently for Georgetown, S. C. to be with her sister. Friends here are dis- tressed to hear of her serious ill- ness in a Georgetown hospital. Miss Carolyn Rissler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rissler spent the Apple Blossom week- end at her home. She had as her guests Misses June Basils, ~Becky Louderback, Loretta Keith, Jo Ann Palmer and Carols Wright. All students of Madison College Harrisonburg, Va. Misses Diane Collis and Mary- lin Swartz attended the Record Hop Friday night at the Charles Town Junior High School. U.S. scientists find Soviel No. 2, Due 6:25 A. M., Daily---From St. Louis-Cincinnati-Park- hopeful on arms talk. , ersburg-Cumberlan~d to Silver Spring- " l]~No. Washington-Baltimore. Advertise In ~e-e Salrlt-Advocat~ 20, Due 6:56 A. M., Daily~From Detroit-Toledo-Cleveland- Akron-Cumberland to Silver, Spring- THE TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. LUNCH AND DINNER SERVED DAILY 10:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M. Washington and Baltimore. 2:32 P. M., Daily---From Chicago-Akron-Pittsburgh- Cumberland to Silver Spring-Wash- ington and Baltimore. (Connections from Detroit and Toledo). 3:42 P. M., Daily--From Pittsburgh-McKeesport-Cum- berland to Silver Spring-Washing- ton and Baltimore. Connections from Cleveland). 9:15 P. M., Daily--From St. Louis-Cincinnatl-Parkers- burg-Cumberland to Silver Spring- W~shington and Baltimore. L, D. NICHOLS, Agent, Harpers Ferry, ~Vest Vlrgini~t Phone 2801 - Railway Express them. and Christian living. 2. that one evening of that New Zion week be selected by the family as "Stay-at-home-night". The idea be FROM PAGE --- 1 hind this is to have an evening throughout the church building, when the family will do some- was given to the Church on Sun- thing lovely together, whether it's day as a memorial by a parish playing family games, looking at ~amily and was unanimously ac- home movies, reading or just -.epted by the Vestry at a special talking to each other. meeting following the eleven t 3. that a Project Day be held. o'clock service last Sunday. In- This means that all the family il li FREE GIFT WRAPPING A. ... so sensibly priced! The prints were never prettier! Dainty florals, two-tone block prints scattered with tiny posies| Dainty details too: shimmering bindings, ruffled laces, deep hold-everything patch pockets. Little-or-no-iron cottons that machine wash withoot a worry. Most important of all--her size is here! Assorted floral prints, 38 to 44. Also Solid Colors. DEP1 STORE 'Charles Town's Shopping 'Center STORE HOURS: .... 9 to 9 Friday -- 9 to 6 Saturday FREE Parking in Rear For Customers. SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET ....$2.75 CLOSED ON TELEPHONE TUESDAY 3'351 No. 8, Due No. 22, Due No. 12, Due Iuformation - Reservations Western Union 24 HOUI~ SERVICE Church together on Mothers Day down. Men should May 14. let Christ down. It is believed that Families that Proclamations are pray and worship together stay quently together. If some such simple pro thing or another, but;! gram as suggested, is engaged in ches feel few, if any, by each family a new satisfaction ions are as would be enjoyed by all. which emphasizes the The Church suggests all this the home; and few if because the Spirit of Jesus Christ needed quite as much.:; t ~r t NEW 1961 .J MODEL W.210o Only 26s/~" wide ! Fits anywhere ! Turn to one number-that s all it takes to wash any kind Of wash load Now 600X Agitator with Exclusive High Capacity Action Patented never cuts off off,balance loads More useable jumb~ space for big 12-1b. 15 other before at this Full One Year Warranty GRAND PRIZES TO BE SATURDAY, MAY APPLIANCES an x 3()9 West Washington P'hone 403, Charles Town, ' i GII S FOR EVEI