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Mabel Drish and Mr. Louis D'rish.{theeofistruction of a house on the all of Smmnit Point. |lot which he purchased r~eently Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins |from Miss Francis Coleman. had visiting with them recently Mr. and Mrs. Russell Drusehel the letters sister and brother.in, and their daughter Isabel of New law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wagner of York, Pa. Visiting with them over this past weekend was their daughter Miss Shirley Jenkins of Washington, D. C. and on Sunday their sons and daughters and their families Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and children Pamela and Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shewbridge of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and daughter Sandra Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Jenkins of Ranson. Charles Town, My daddy says to get ahead I must save some / of all the money I em . Its just as important, | he says, as a drink of water is to my health. You can't live without water. You can't get ahead without money. Dad said "Go to the Bank of Charles Town, son, and stal your account like I did and [ike your .grandpa did before me." I i b ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION II I i. .i i . i i. . LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Episcopal Churchwomen Meet The Episcopal Women of the Church of the Holy Spirit met in St. Mary's Chapel. on Tuesday ev ening of last week with thirtebn members in attendance. The meeting was opened with Devot- ions led by Mi'ss Kate Biller after which the roll 'was~ called, the min TIME Here is the complete plant food azaleas, rhododendrons, [c,Jrel, dogwood, camellias and gar- denias need at this time of yearl it even conta'ms chelated iron. See your plants grow strong and healthy enough to resist disease . . . and flower profusely. Easy to apply. 5 ib. bag. . ONLY --BUY IT AT-- ures of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was made by the treasurer. Several items of business were discussed and it was decided that at future meetings a member, beginning at the top of the roll would read her favorite chapter from the Bible and give her reasons for it's sel- ection. At the conclusion of the business session Mrs. Philip Creamer and'Mrs. Jack Kincheloe read appropriate articles taken from "Qhurch Life" ~fter which the meeting was adjourned by singing a hymn. During the pleas ant social hour which followed de licious refreshments were served by the hostess Mrs. S. L. Som. mers. Entertain At Luncheon Mrs, Robert Macoughtry and her daughter Miss Shirley Macou ghtry entertained a group of friends and relatives at a lunch- eon held at their home on Thurs day afternoon. Guests who were present were the Reverend and Mrs. JenningsW.. Hobson of Pur Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and their small son John spent the weekend in Washington, D. C. where they ,were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ar- nold. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Ma- coughtry in company with Mrs. Harry Smootz of Charles Town visited on Sunday with Mrs. James F. Macoughtry at the Nat- ional Institute. of Health in Be- thesda, Md. Mrs. Macoughtry plans to return home by ambulan- ce the latter part of the week ac- companied by a nurse from the In stitute but will go to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slusher ra- ther than to her own home in Mid dleway. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dunlop had visiting with them recently at "The Spruces" Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Prettyman of Easton, Md. W. S. C. S. Meeting Th Women's Society of Christ- ian Service of the Methodist Chur ch met on Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Kate Graeey with seven of 4he members in attendance. The De. votions and the lesson entitled "Our Threefold Pledge" were pre sented by Mrs. Robert Light and dealt with the aims and purposes of the society. Following a brief business session the meeting was adjourned and a pleasant social cellville, Va., Mrs. Earl Grantham hour followed during which delic of Middleway, the Rev. and Mrs. liou~ refreshments were serve~l by Arthur Kerr and Mrs. Robert H.] the hostess. Hardesty. Mr. William Schmidt left recen Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder tly for Kendall, N. Y. to spend and their children Beth and Nic- some time at his farm near there. ky spent Sunday visiting with the The Reverend Arthur Kerr in former's sister-in.law Mrs. Char- company with the Rev. Temple les W. Snyder and her son Bud Wheeler iS attending the annual at their home in Baltimore, Md. Diocesan Convention whicl~ is in Mrs. Charles Clipp who has re session on May" 10th, 11 and 12th sided for the past year at .the at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Hillcrest Nursing Home in Win- chester, Va. suffered a slight cer- ebral hemorr]lage on Friday but is reported to be in fairly saris- factory "condition. Jenkins-Fadeley Ceremony Mr. Woodrow Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs.Aubrey Jenkins and Miss Fay Fadeley of Ranson were married in a quiet ceremony per formed on Saturday, April 29th in Hagerstown, Md. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins are employed at the Powhatan Brass and Iron Works and are making their home in Ranson. Entertains Card Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light en- tertained the members of the Rip. pon Five Hundred Club at their home on Saturday evening. Three tables of players spent a very pleasant evening and at the close of play delicious refreshments were served by. the hostess. Those playing in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Light were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman. Mr .and Mrs. War- ren Larue, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- row Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hey- ward Boyd, all of Rippon and Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley of Berry- vflle, Va. Huntington, W. Va. Before return ing home the Reverend Mr, Kerr plans to visit his father-in-law, the Reverend Horatio Chase of Marlton, N. J. who is a patient in a Philadell~hia, Pa. hospital where he underwent surgery the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Magaha of Charles Town were visitors on Sunday evefiing at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Miss Mary ThOmson of "Haw- thorn" visited recently with friends in Washington, D. C. Rites For Mrs. Llskey Funeral services were held at 2:00 o'clock on Thursday after. noon from the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home for Mrs. Margaret Drish Liskey, aged 42 whose death followed an illness of sev- eral years. Mrs. Liskey had been a nurse-companion to Miss Bell Snyder at "West Shenstone" for the past two years, alternating in her duties with her daughter Miss Katherine Liskey and had remained there until entering the Charles Town General Hospital about two weeks ago. Mrs. Liskey was the daughter of Mrs. J. W. Drish ~nd, a,sister of,Mrs. John BUILT UP SHOULDER COTTON SLIPS 68 x 72 Cotton Percale Sizes 34 to 52 $1.19 COOL COTTONS -Sizes 32 to 48 Attractive Trim Drip Dry Finish - Shadow Panel $ .98 BED SPREADS Chenilles $4.98 to $7.95 Heirloom $7.95 Cottons $2.98 to $5.95 MOTHER'S castle, Pa. spent several days last wek in the county, staying at the Southern Motel in Charles Town and visiting at Shepherd College where the latter is considering enrolling and with friends and former neighbors in Summit Point. On Saturday evening they VALLEY flARDWAR[ CO. PHONE 278 were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins where Isabel remained overnight with Miss Judy Jenkins and on Sunday they visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. ~N. Dunlop Mr. and Mrs. West Va. NYLON TRICOTS CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I \ Lcr67 Ch hiro, ar, d other friend [ SPIRIT OF FFERSuN rnm, tr.R in the village. I S--B , THUR,~DAY. MAY W. M.S. Meeting The Women's Missionary Soc- iety postponed from the regular pleasant social hour which conclu- one outside the village t meeting date because of the Re- ded the meeting delicious refresh !their waste paper col] viral services at the Baptist Chur ch met on Monday afternoon at the home of Miss Meta Frazier with nine members and guests in atendanee. The meeting was open ed with Devotions led by Mrs. J. W. Drish after which the lesson entitled "Christ For West Africa" and in which all of the g~oup par tieipated was presented by Mrs. Lloyd Swisherd. A brief business session followed during which the forthcoming Vacation Bibl e School was discussed. During the FREE GIFT WRAPPING FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS! - Proportioned Lengths Average 32 to 44 Tall - 38 to 44 -Front Shadow Panel - Nylon Trim .98 Vz Slip $2.98 I i / NYLON, COTTON DACRON BATISTE Proportioned Lengths - Average 32 to 44 - Tall - 38 to 44 Shadow Panel Midriff & Sweetheart Style .98 Vz Slip " , $1.98 ~i~iiiiiiii~i~!iiiiii~iii~si!~:! ~i~i!::::i::i::i!~i2!iiiii~i;~ilsli ~:!!:!::: +. ":~: ~::: :: \ Sheer, seamless double SLEEPWEAR 10op nylons. 5 shades, Full Length proportioned sizes 8 /2 Dress Length to 11., Baby Doll ments were served by the hostess. Deferred From Last Week 4-H Club Meeting The Busy Bees 4-II Club will meet at the school at 8:00 o'clock DST on Monday evening, May 8. On Saturday, May 6 the group will conduct it's annual paper drive in and about the village. Newspaper and magazines all should be tied in separate bun- dles and placed on the porch or in the front yard before eight o'clock on aSturday morning. Any calling the club Leader Cheshire 51-F-023, t ime. Mr. and Mrs. Claude and their small Marie who has been 98~ pair ,18, to $3.98 DAY GIFT SUGGESTION ! th latter's parents Mr. ', Richard Sehmidt left on to return to their home ester, N. Y. Commissions are not arguments won, but made. ,,P ELECTRIC BLANKETS - $12.95 Boxed Pillow Cases $1.98 & $2.98 LACE TABLE CLOTHS $4.98 Damask Table Cloths $1.98 to $4.98 LUXURY TOWELS 98e 40 Piece Stainless Steel - - $10.00 ELECTRIC FRY PANS $8.88 ELECTRIC HAND MIXER $8.88 Adjustable Ironing Boards $5.00 ALUMINUM TEA KETTLES $1.00 Reversible Electric FANS $29.98 in air-cooled blend' of ace- tate and nylo stay hand washable, won't crush nor wrinkle. Styled along delightfully casualliness Misses', half sizes. easy as a breeze in velous blendings of cron polyester and ton that whisk into machine, stay crisp all summer $ .95 $1 SHIRTWAISTS FASHION S IN FLOWERS IN NYLON PANTIES - 3 Prs. $1.00 BRENTWOODS Button-down shirt GLOVES - $1.00 & $1.98 ing with HANKIES 10e & 25c Our own famous brand neck, breezy BILLFOLDS - $1.00 & $2.00 in wash 'n wear, littleColorful Dan MANICURE SETS $1.00 to' $3.00 machine wash BOXED WRITING PAPER 50e or no iron cotton. Mor jiffy-iron ! I MBRELLAS .... $2.98 new in the coat style. 12 to 20, half JEWELRY - - $1.00 & $2.00 Misses' and half sizes, to 22. HANDBAGS - , $2.98 Robes and Housecoats $3 '98 to $6.95 Gift House Slippers $1.98 & $2.98 ~" ......... ''":'":'" ...... " "~'" "'"'" "" =========================================================== "" ....... ":"": .... "':'"~'::::::k:::~:::':':'"" "::::~::::':"" HOU) "':':': :::':" ":" :::':::'"' Pttl'f IT ON