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PtmT or, Fashion Show Proved m m m i:ii t I -"-" Success; Crowd Attends i iii!::;: Mrs. NewTotl l.llDSOn m I n u m ++++m I I pp.nulm n . };;i ~ ..... iiii~i+i~ P "" P" " ~;:~ ~ l~]m~ll k/ 1 / ~++ | |enue was guest of honor at a re- | b,,,I. V. #'!o ,,. ~,,Ulat~,/ attended the show and repoz',ted i .I ~ i -~ll~ ~~ ~ +~+~ / ll / ~.! ~ /cent coffee hour given by Mrs J I ~n ................... to be one of t:he best yet. They] +/ i~ ~/t, "~m~'~~ ..... ~..~+. :.,:+:1~+: ~+++ ~+!+~ +++++ /a~ tie m+~+er's nose o~ wes+ Urn ling of Bee Line Chapter N S I.) 'Phi+ mtmo-+~ w+m h+mNfif++llv re I ~ll ~ ~~ ~ ~~ leery sd~et. I A. R. he!d Monday evemng, May in a Paris Theme where the meal-l ~ ~i~ ~~) ~:: ':::!~ ~: -~ :::,~:~ : / Mrs. l+~msey Peyton of Blrming 14 at the nome of Mrs. C. C. thn- els so ~racefully modeled clot,he: I ~ ~::!: ::"~ ~:/ /ham, Alabama is spending a week Ishaw a,t Leetown with ,Mrs. New- from the local stores | l~ ~ :.: tJ~iiiiiiiiiiii! :: :~--i~ : ~w,it'h her brother-in-law and sister] ton M. Gibson, taking over as t~+.e ~uite a number oi" door r, rize~ I ~] ~ i l[P~-~ }~il;i:.iii:: ::::i ~:i~ IMr and Mr~ Wal.ter G Nelson Inew Chapter Regent ...^P.2 ................ ~ .. ~ I ~ ~Ex+ :+ I P~i.--]i +++;~++ ...... .~-:.!:+~ I ~'. .. '~ "_ " I .... " were aw+z'uvu ainu+ wJ+Jz tie hi-I lmm ~ il[Y~}i::+: ++:+++++++++++++++++++;+++:++ + +;++++++++++++++++;+;;+ +++++++++::+++++:: N~-"++/ ++++ / mr. C. t+. Jpoz'sey a, ttenaed u bus | user pacers ins,tailed were: Pi set which was won by George I i ii:i{}i:: :: i: /iness luncheon meeting of Wash- IMrs. Charles Langdon, vice-re- Painter of Euclid Ave ~ ~ ~!~i~: :/: ~ !ii~ ! Ilngton Pos~ new~paper Wednes- ]gent; Mrs Emory Kable cortes- "rh~ ~h,h., ~ +,~'t.t,~ +.~ ~ | ~ ~ +J ::~'! I [ day in Hagerstown, Md. | pending secretary; Mrs ;theodore p,r~,t'((~i'f+~'tc('t~r~'tr~'~r~So~'+'w~:- | " .... " : " " ..... B " z ......... j ...... ., ...... +, ........ ,+ ll ~ ~ }!: : :!:+ :: l Mrs. William Swat%z and .Mrs. l.~,wn, Eecordmg secretary; Mfrs. helped to make the show a suc-I ~ ~ :::z-:::: ~++~ I /son's and Slashers Rose Hill IWilllam Wagner historian; Mrs. | I /i arm ' Ic. c. Henshaw, lt rarian: Mass or weakness. I l~ ~ ~ ..+ .... ~ ~ II I ~,,'~,,~ ,, .......... ~ ~ ++,,+ IAnne Lloyd Baylor registrar; Mrs American independence as we I ~ ~ " ,. ~ ~ 1 I+.~,~'~r~'2"~':.+ ~'~:~'~'r~ ~ ~lGeoz'ge W. Johrk~on parliamentar have known it is at the crossroad~. | 1 ~1 ~ " ~ ~ i Iv.t, r. ~, ........ .+~a ~'~r "~--:~ **-s ban. We will lose it piece by piece un- I mmumm mmmmmmmmm~ ~ . .. mm+z~mm~ mm~mmm~lm m /"* z ~ ,,+~*~ ,,,,.,.~,~u ,.~ . ,,.~, ,...,, t _ less we have th~ i-'tesqna'l orti ~R Baume of Oakl*m N J and I v'ourteen members and ,two : . ,. e ,, ,.+ * .- l Pictured above are the principals in the Tom Thumb wedding party which was an event of the spring season at Wright Denny IMr. and Mrs. A. S. Thompson of 1,, .+~- ,,~o+~,+~,++, ~ ........ ,~~[~+ | Grader School Tuesday night, April 28, before st large and highly appreciative audience of parents and friends of the young students. |Attdubon, N.J. /mrs. ,St, C!are Allen of William w~h~ l,]~e~stren~;~l~we"~aveS['~ | Under the direction of Mrs. Richard Adams and other members of the Wright Denny faculty, the youngsters, all members of the First ] Mrs. Jane Butler and Mr and L. :~ "" '. " " ' - ~r~,+i~+~+i~ ~,~ I Grade. gave every indication of being expertly trained and each one carried out his or her part in the interesting event in a very |Mrs. Pr~nc'is Bu,bler ,and two'child ~'m~urg'+w.ere. present.. . .. ~ ................. / o rs ht r r +~ one ousmess sesmon ]oJJow capable manner. Those in the wedding party, left t 'g , a e:--Jeff Roth, minister; Herbert Slusher, usher; Leslie 1Aidmyer, |ren. Joyce and Kelth of Pron,t] .............!7 -, " ~ ~-~ .... ~ IM;.. I~.*.,.L I~1... | usher+ Rickie Riely, usher: Mary Watson. flower girl: Brent Anders, best man; Dennis Kirk, ring bearer; Sam Byrer, groom; Dimne |Royal Va. were visitors Sundaylute+~an~PetZ~eg,~j~urjl an0 P'T+ +~,' WIll3 [llbi rKlt: : I t ...... " , , can" t;reeo Waiters. bride; Anne Seal. maid of honor; Donn~ Webster, brdesmatd:: Vtv~ Jean Russell. bmdesmald; Ronda Mae Rodmck. bmdes- /of the formers roster Mrs. J. R. } ........... ~ , I , Mrs (~ William ~vtoore ~cegen~ re maid; Richard Aelshire, father of the bride: Karen ~Aelch. mother of the bride. (Photo By Tim Sinn) |Costel]o ~nd f~mily of H aal:town .... ~,_~." ....... ~ .... tff_..._l_.*_._ ~.._~__~ | ........... l ......... luzmuett uzze t.-nap+er oz me tuas.+- xn~iavl[In tnnT~at~ 1 ] Jv~rs. ~v~ Dlsler WhO nave ~een tem District meetin~ to be hold 1~ ui~l ~ q~lll~JI | g J .............. v~s~t:zng her brother E H Jones Saturda Ma 23 [ - ." y, y at bhe Moose Charles Town Hospital Observm efferson School Board Presents b+ returned to BaJt, m ore, Md.. IHome In Charles Town. Lunch lllill~llI ] The oertersn uaroen Clu~ [will be served by Ladies of the ~/ kl nO I I1 *m 1'4111 / t~ 4~ 41 [[~...--I----..&.%..- )fl~ ~ ...... I .....~1.... /spent Thursday at ~vhe home ofJMoose~t 12:30 for $1.60 per pl.a+e. ~1 . , Mrs L B Die+k ~:t the "Rocks" Registrations for the meeting are , tlonat nos ital week ivta lU io rx mnanon or rxcess l, ev nan _ . a p y P Y " IMrs. taeorgewooperwp++thespeaglto +e made with Mrs. William ~I ~ /er ]Wagner The meeting will open a,t | "The new roads to recovery ~era of ex losive growth hos itals I At a special meeting, of the Jeff I In addition to increased enroll- Mrs Willlaxn H League has re- 9:30 a m with a Call to order a~t - _ + P - , -P ~ . .... which medical science is .roduc- must depend as never before upon erson County Board of Educatlonlments we have new plants to op-|turned from a visi,t to her son|10- , . ~~~/ ing are increasingly centered in /community support and comvnun- held Tuesday evening, April 21, l erate. All of this w'ith declining/coach Sherman League Loving-|Co~ePreerrs trom the Con+tinental ~~~| t;he ~osmtal" Mr William W Pet' lity understanding if comprehen- { t~he board upon request of a spec- Ist~te aid and rising cos~ts, iron Va. ' | ng ess held in Washington, D. ~~+i~ [ kins, admiwistra,tor of Charles /sive services of higla quality are /ial CJtizevCs Com.mittee issued a I It has become increasingly diffi-~ Mr and Mrs W Perkins arid [C. in April were given by Mrs. ~~~ | Town General Hospital, said to- lie be made available to all pep- lea!! for m. spec!a scnool levy eJ- [cult to secure awd keep teachers. Itheir'two young daughters moved |r~rang Husnowg, ~is;s,.amne Lloyd l~~~~~ | day on the opening of National]pie". lecuon +o de nel.~ May 19. Antis IAdjoinnig ~VIaz'yland has salary I,into a home on Jefferson Avenue ]~'~ymr an.a. Mrs. wt~1am ,.moore. ~~ | Hospital Week + c'h.,-l.~, m..,.,.. ~ ...... ~r .... + l a means ot pz'ovimng some expmn|sehedu,le of $4000 to $6000 for|m ghn~f, lima a~r~ wb++n "Mrs Par | ine I0llOwlng ectJ+oriaJ Ires ~~ | "The doctor can call upon the tal'~is~]oining with other hospi'tals /~ti~sft[3~lst:h~i~i~edo~dt~cgmaddottr Idegreed teachers. Our preseat A. |l~ins resumed his du,tles as admin-172~T:lf:raph?fP~nes~l~Ol~ '- [, disciplined,teamwork of many throut+h out t,he country in ob- ) . ....... lB. salary is $3150 Lo $3852 for 13 listrator at the Oharles Town Gen r' + " pe , el ~1 " . . . . ~cnoo iinancing unaer aaai~ional ass f ex rience M~r land Vir , all Americans was read- skilled professmnal and technical fservmg Natmnal Hospx.tal Week I: ........ lYe o pe Y , [eral Hospital ( .. - - , [ an-per cen$ mvy p[a~ ~ne Jener inl~ ~area around Washington) tan upen Letter To Americans workers, and an ever-growing ar- May 10-16. Th~s year's theme, _ ". .~ _ : .... " Ig .... ,/ Mrs O S Bloom Pres'ident of~ J~:. I ray of scientific tools and sup- "More Roads to Recovery" will em ~on d~OtUr~t~Yte~Ot~'~ fO]10w~nucar~n iohio and Pennsylvania are con: |Oharles "To'wn Woman's Club That eternal vigilance is ~he ] ~ ~+: I plies," :he pointed out. ] phasize the increasing number of [ _'2_+." u.~ ~ v + . ua [stantly ta~,ing.our ~e.w, crop o,I [Mrs. P. L. Bus'hong Parlilame+n,tar ] price of l~berty never held more ] ~. I 1 str s 1 I an servl es offered b hos a aim The adm'rd, ator "a:d. " n ' "c y :pt . ] ~,, ' , , ..... [ " ' " ]ian and Miss Louise Walraven [ " g ' o J country's his] ~. ..~ [ ~~ tne proposal ii approved +a~ t,ne leges " r ab en s " an tory today ~)~:::~;~ ~,~ . . secreta y t ded the pnng b ' ~: ::::~:: -~`~.~`f~`~`~-e`.~*`~e~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~~~~~Ispec~a~ electron Tuesday May 19 I ~ Is ........................... ( Eventsfraught with dan~er to ~~l ,'1t . . , " qtl~b CJq &II~ IVL~tI'LIIISUIAI-g WOIlII2[IS $ E;~..!i:.~ii~)i):. [~ 8[will yield an estrmated $93,000 ad] ~.I ..... I~lub ~t the Shenandoah Hotel our individual American rights are I ~~ ] O .I.m m~- ~p,m.l. ~t m ~.mn= m,~,,mP,m ~]ditional money to cover the cost [ l.lllLPIl I,~/onday n~ght {happening so rapidly :t'ha,t we tend l ~~ ] Pier three pomt.~ gwen p~mHty by 1. v to b come s /sir I~r~/ UN 1111: MAliKl:/ ,~ ,tt~e brard f~o~ a ili~t of ~iJv'~n a M A Mr and Mrs Charles W Appe]l ' mesmerized if not re- I[~:~~~ ' p- FRO P GE 1 " " " d s signed to the ,th,reat of our way (/ Mr and Mrs Jack Jewell an on ~1 + ". . . ]levy receives a favorablevote. ]c'.]en Echo p~rle [ We refer particularly to James ] John Doyle, son of Mr. and [ Which has been working on an im ' J~c~ie s,pen,I~ ~suna'ay a~ernoon ~ ,~ ----- +~- - , -- ~ l proved scnooJ program ~oz" some/Those who work wiYh the ,boys and /"~" ~ +.=-"" o .... [ Hoffa's bold assault upon the pro t Mrs. Robert Doyle, Morison Ave- [ I~ t~ t~rne Mr and vtrs ti tt tceynotas Lec ~v l~ ~r-~ ~ ~1'' [,girls of the county feel that a|. _'.:, ;:-. " r _ I, t'e Iorces of our nation throulnue, was declared the winner of] ~ " ]i ~] The ~,hree programs are: Itrained ~uidance director is a| !, . ~z'~, _.: .u', _ ]gh his avo~ved threa~ to organize l~he Knights of Pythias publil s~ guests OZ Mzs Puana tiaray Ilk. I ~ ~/ E.:.ab]ishmen~t of a $3,600 basic m"must". The young people need/ "rs . police deptu~ments of the U~itedlspeaking contest Thursday even-] K .JL~ v~ jL .IL~ ~lsalary for teachers with a bachellmore help in solving their prob-| ,Mr_and M~ . FredWacker, Mr. States, beginning wi,th Fthose inling April 30. Doyle used for hisI ~[oz" degree, which represents an in |+]ems and choosing their careers lana Mrse. ~. ~. uorsey ~isi~ed I New York and other metrol~litan I subject his favorite charac,tez: in I ~]crease of $450 per school term |than 0he regular eeacher~ are ~b]e/Mrs. Dorsey's sister and brobher- I ~reas. ~ ' I history, Colonel Joh~ Mosby, He I K . ~)over t'he present sa)ary. This in-|,to give, the Citizens Committee/in-l~w Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mill{ Only ~be strongest resis,tance i gave a very forceful presentation[ m m /I ~ ~ m ~/crease ,to 167 teachers plus Soc-I feels. /er, Shepherdstown on Saturday. tfrom bhe Police themselves forced I on the life o,f Oolonel Mosby. [ u- mr- m m [] ~lial Security wohld cost about $76,- I There are several factors which | Mrl and Mrs. Hun~er and Mrs. ~ him to cM'] off" the effort, I John Demory Chancellor Corn- [ I[ 1 m i m I1 il II,-- ml Q 950, | ~. .... +.~ .+.^~.+ +,.,. ~..... .... .. /Oscar Wilt went to Charlottes- [ If this were done we then ,could | sander of the Knights o,f Pythias ] I m m J Ill mlm Supplementing of present sa]ar-/.u/uu~"~ )+~,%uo u.~_~,,.~t.,+v. ,), |ville, Va. on Sunday where Mr. :look for unioniza,tion of our army, I said Doyle will enter the state con I . [ me county increa,~eo enzonmen~s + mmm lil.lll iiii + 4es of non-'teachmg .personnel bYlcalI for additional" serv~ces ,n +'hei umer win enter the hos'pt+~+l rmvy ~nd.,.ir forces- Itest from Charles Town and[ m m / mm [] m ~+,abou 10 percen,t. This would cost |~, ...... ,~ --~ ~- '-- t -'~ |there for some fol'low-up treat- Lord help us if this ever comes m should he win in this competition I KNIFE AVAILAIU[ 1+ m mm mm m~ ~ v m m 8Iabout $10,238. ..... m*.,, +~,~oA ~,',~, ~., +'i~ .... [ men,is and obsez'~ation. ,to p~ss. We will 'wind up lit a Dol- | he would then move on into Reg- I QHLY IY tllltlt 0 " ~ t Employment of a Guidance Dir |[~_" '*~%% ~,~*~. ......... .~ " .... ~".~ / r.~..~ ~n,~ Mrs p~.t~ With~r~ ice state or dlcewtorship in which I ional competition with tt~e winner I FOR 30 t'l ( .. ) nave auuect ~o operauon co%s. -~,++-~ ......... ' ~-- . , ' .~ .... .. ~i[ectora new positronat a cost| ............... t wn children of C~m:n Ben hum~.n ,n~hes are trod re+to ,thel~hen gomg mid natzona~ fznais tol ~* .... r r ~t~te ale is scneautea I~o ~tt ~;g'~ ........ ,- " d' a ' " +" : + ..... ~ " :" g zqz Az~t~- WHITE AND COLOR ~ .~lof $7.000 per year. 1 ........... . '. i=...~ ~.~ left Wednesdayafter t t~ nd the party , whatever ~tlbe helCP+R+t+Det~, ~?01. In August. I x- ~,=~x.a~ -~-+" ,, I u ~Vz less l,nls year man 1B was last m~.~++o .... [~ + ' ~) The excess levy proposal if ap| ~ ~Jql ; "--"'" 1~'~''" ~" "~ ....... +~+" ~" O~'n M'~ !,m, ay be will become supreme over lThe winner there will receive at R ~]proved will run for a period of/yearan v n.e pas:~age o z ~ne ~von. i~,~,.r,~er~* .... ....., .... +"" al of us. I$1 500 scholarship to ,the college! ' |ey J~xemptlon ~,menamen~ Wlll l ^....~'~ ~ "~ m ' n ] f'his ~ he he e t~{ five years , . A ertca s should re-read "Mere o . c>- r c :c . C O n ~ ~ ' Ask us about These Wonderful I~relea'singth,i~statemen,tLow_|reduce school revenue, t:he cx>m-/ Mrs. C.P. MfleylsrecuL~er++jng Kampf" If we become ~ dictator- I Second place in the local [~ ~lery said ;the boa'rd is looking at.ml~tee reports. , l a;~ ner nose on ~as~ jw,asmn on ship It will be none's Taul~ except Itest went to Mildred Garner of[ o ~ . ~ree~ a tter ner reeen~ opera uon . ~ [~ ~..+.~ m .-. ~1 ,~ ,,. rP..l~! .....1 ][71 .... ~tthe progt,am from ~he standpomt [ .= . .... . | ................... that of the American people then~lPage Jackson High School, Char-i I,.DI~IL,~ 1 U ~ ~ JL (LUIq~ alIUL 1" iuul - , in me wzncnes~er mem~zaa, nos a J l~'of improving t+he school work and l )neclaI M0fller s ... " selves, l les Town. Her character was I ......... ~[it's personnel as a whole and no tl F /Pr~a:l" "" f - kl The dp.y of diet+torship and a I"Moses". I & Models and Anv Size Screen you S)for what it would mean to indiv- I ~ e, ~ m K. Mrs.. t~ussell .W, wt't~o . (9,a~ yn, police state Can be approachin~ I Judges for t~he contest were: I D -- -- ~iidual beneficiaries. I .rvie, ~lln/l~ll/ /~. o. WhO arrivea m (Jnares Town r~pidly unless our citizens and gov [Miss Mary Dean, public speaking [ D ~ ~ + At t~he r~resent time Lowerv said I ~,l~ ~' ~.~ ~.~mmw~ t~wo weeks &go tor a vtsl:t with her ernment awaken to the dan er teacher at Martinsburg High it (1care. the schools are faced with such I A " eci ......... ]son.in-law and daugh:ter, Dr. :and rouse ehemselves from lethargy ]School Miss Catherine Chamber- I [[ ~1 problems as increased enrollments I .~p a .~o~nez s ~ay ~ez'~sce ]Mrs, D, K. McIn,tyre, remiss and flgl~t against regimenta,tion. Ilain, history teacher a+, Martirk~- ~land the need to provide ad,idtional [has ~.een serteduled at ~he Pres- ~qui~te ill wi,th pnemo'nia a+t their It is later .than we think. Those / burg High; and ,the Rev. William I ibm ........ '~'i~,l..All, Ill ~tservices tz'ansportation, etc~. I bY~ermn ~;nm-ch for ~unoay, May |home who could conerol our liberties de-] Beale, pastor of Calvary Method- l~ umqkll #lmll~ sk/lll~l[. /llmlA +~+ State'aid is s~heduled ~o be $24 110 at 11'00 A M The sermon ,top- I Visitors with Mr and Mrs Mil pend upon our @ac~siveness Too |ist Church Martinsburg "" / i. I/#4 I "" o ' '+ .... ~ ' .............. ymJlm VUll J vn I+ ~][492 less this year than it was reelic, as, a~nounced by .the mintsLter,]dred Ashwood, l~awson were Mrs, many of our poliicians are abet-] The local committee for the] ' ' ' " 0)DreviotIs vear I CaryJe ..,. Mc~ona~ld will be "Sin lErnest Sins,her Sr ~nd.'Mrs Mar- ,ling this c~ndition when ~boy contest included the Messrs The- . ~[ + In addition to this the recent Ice God Made Mqt~her+s''. I sh~ll, Wilson Sr. " - + " ,+ should 'be(ba,Vtiit/g to :protect the [mas Kitchen, Ed Ohrisman, Ernes~t [ . ~] amendment exempting money t ,Such a service afford,s the oppor I Thi~y five members their wiv- rlght+s of individuals. ~+Ve can ri~o IEdwards and Capt. Fred M. Nuss- ] nm i~ l t kJlkllt kl I Dm m A us rn .~lfz'om taxation will reduce local I tunity +to show our respect for les ~nd guests enjoyed the 43rd of or fall according to their strength baum, C.A. [ Illlll lilllr~l+!lllllll ctrrllillll.IV I.II t~Irevenue a'lmost $14000. Then too Iour mothers and our appree[atiorllfl-iaI dinner of the Har,~rs Fer- - I m v~ ~-vm ~1 ~vm nmmm-mnm ~v-- vve ,el, st ear . ' - ,_ ~ '~... ' I~ ~. ..... m ~" ' " ~" I I# ~ m. y. we+recmveo., aoou~ ~zu.-~ l~O u~oa WhO ,gave. us our. mocners lrY_ Cooklng Club last Wednesday: . " ~mmu ~mm~ -~m mam*~ ~mm ***~,~, I I~ ................... ,~ ,.,t~.. ~ ....... .~)000 fzom fmfertJre and penalie. ]A Nursery will be provaded dur-|eveni g Dr Lucas of Washington Kill /HI- VnlN/ 114111 K I l-~u~,wl~ 7U- t~.~A~L,r,~ IUY+7~'W S+ vA " .~ . . . . , n.... : m~v/ /libra 11-1111111 111111 - - , , ~1 from e. tales. This was a,lso ehmln |lng t)hlS 11.00 o c~lock service. Sun/was Host Cookand supervised the , [ ~]a~ted by a law passed by the recewt [day School will be a,t 9:45 A. M,|deiicio~s dinner prepar ed by t'he Ill/~lrl'rll "]1"lit- u#n~r I ,E ~ State Legislature as result of the IThe public JS cordially invited tO[members The following members ~'~U~[|]I |]I~_ ~U]~[ R ! .~f~f'.~~pg~ .~J~e..~.4~'"Money Exemption Amendment." ~ttend these services. /and their wives ~bte~ded froen ................. ] 1 ........................... ]Oh~rles Tovcn, Mr. and Mrs. F. " , [ |Bucldes, Mr. and Mrs. H. ~I. Hun I /ter, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. McIn- ~ ~ ~ I V 1 I II I ms1 |,yreandMx+and Mrs. R. ~teeley. .... I HAR.EST Ill I1 mm /The M~ty meeting will be ~. break- ~, ~ ~ -- ~]...... " I i~ll~mll I1~ ~ll~mm Im~l~ ~1~ III /fast meeVi.ng to be held at the "_,\~,llt ,, _. ~ ~ I ,,maw I ,,,, ,,m ,i,,, of General Detaney near :J .... , STAINLESS :Ilia ++. v+ /mill till ilmll / M?rs. E. W. Fa~rbairn and son ~: ~/~ t'--'---- ~ -- I __...,. .... ...,, ,n Pa--! - I TABLE /Town +t "The Hffi" are moving an u II . I | June ~o H~,rpers Ferry. Mrs. 1mats ~ I I I -- I Got as many os thre /bairn is em, ployed by the N@tAon'~l ~ I-'-- Im,===..=ml _ I I P++rk Service In Harpers Perry. ~ ~___ I P,rAmnow Flour.WitK eoch purchol 1 4 [Td I [T /1 a+ns +aysm'u r with luDMr" and"~ "ranW f m r ne sh" '+ ~. , im i .m v ~L I ~ Donald Smith and daugh- ~]~ m , i ,o,.. Sacks 1 mw-~~ v,m ..,'.~..+ |ter Sherry South Uhurch s'treet -'~Jl~ ~1 -bf "~'~ I Lone Ttospoon. /were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ober J~ J lllllllll I 25 Pound Sack~ 2 |of T~,urel, Md. and Mrs. H~+zel ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-' I o, r.bl.wora--o t, [Sheffield of mlver Spr~ng..Md. " ~ ] ~ ~ . ~-- ] L--- I tith.r on ov*l ~up, ......... / Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pierl~im ~ I'll ~l_t L I i.d-I I I I For Your Wonderful Response and the "1 IPl/Y.II I"+ i SO Pound and 1OO I i ' Jewell and 'sOn J'a~lde." 3 Fieo pikes of T many n ee things you had to say about our [ Mr. and Mrs, Fred Walker of ~ I'~:T'=; I i~-- I .o,,-,,o,.o., BM,t~more: Md: spen,t t~he weekend on oval soup spoocb t new and remodeled New Central Restau- [.~,,h Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey, ~ l~'*~g'~~:: 1 ~'-" i dinnerfork / Mr. Donald Kitmer of the Old ! / II W- I .o k mmtoim o + n f 1 W ~.I~mlnton Applianc, e Co. spent the L.=m rant. Also for the ma y beauti ul f o ers, ' ~ + * + " _ | ~irst 3 d~ys of bhds wek lit Phil.,// J/ ~ ~,~., [ fltlln, ,o~ Io l)Uh , ~ .1 ~ .,,. /Pa, mttendlng a Colem,an Blend- /j+ ~ I Laml Tmb~ware ot ao we say manKs a milliOn... /Ai,rbustinessmeetir~g. ~ '~ I / Mr. a~d Mrs. Howard Shevcbrid ] , ]ge Jr. moved la~ week from their t v_. maa" "" r --"hill"~ " v"r " " "c"-ssful )+p,~m;+,+ Sottth George Street to EA/'lA~,~l,,rl ^~,I^,, h~, [ IUU Ulg UU UI)I~ ~!~ tt ~ J' ~U t;l~ i~heir home which theyreeen~ly ' Ilmuul~mll bumum I.I131, I !purchased on Jenerson Terrace. I event. We hope that you will let us serve (,,W~~ wLm_~t~_+'._~pd_Mr_s:~C: n~om~ Pa~m~m~, I re. )orsey were r;ne mv~ez-s oz-~ttzer erl- P/li IINI.. I I ou and our fri nd oft n. I~nd his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- It ~ vmv mnm~mml~, I y y e s e Spi,nks of Ral~irnore, Md. I _ I- g ides.: Because their I n rllTn i I nrnT 1 III1 I Mee~ With Mrs. Metz +0,o+~ ,+~ ,o+ .o~.o.., ++,o 0+, m .~.~?~?z / /i1/I I II I /// II m t as often. They are scientifically made to resist I j The Wayside C~rden Club met " . . ~%-~ fading to stay bnght last for years neth tMetz. , ULiI/IlllL, IILU ! IIUil ( "I~e flower ~h~w pva~ice"Orig- ,. m A I~1 I-,. . II I~ I~1 11 [ :lu++liey UmUmlt+d" w~s made by I" II P I I" X II P P I I PurAin0w FI AIIII~I Imd~ eAlli[ll#l illmllllllll +lilli~ lIAdlll lIAl~Iml~&l Mrs. Robert Stone .+to ~he .theme Jt k V I~ lm k 'I ~,~ V 'l m " U I of the quot~tion "To Him who UlAKLI:~ /UWN :i tll:W~/ ANU MUM MUUt:I~N m ~he love of N&tlLre Holds " ' I Mrs. Joseph'S, OMey and Mrs. PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I l%l~tPTikllhlkkll~ list /~/~klhl'lPI/~tll~rl Vi~n Bush were rll~bon w inne~ The beauty laa~ when ~ I It3/AUlIANI--Alll LUNI/i/IUPIEI/. for ~eir mi~,ature arrangements, you paint w~he finest (fill UIINr~ PAINTS I ing December. /