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Charles Town, West Virginia
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May 18, 1961

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6--B THURDSAY, MAY 18, 1961 Works. Porte Crayon, Cecil D. Eby Jr.; Last fall the club, which meets Perle, Perle Mesta; Main Street, on the first Thursday of each )non th purchased the old Potomac U. S. S. R., Irving R.J,evine; Too I,ight & Power Co., .~ub-station in Many Clients, Rex Stout; Operat- Ranson and has been fixing it up ion Terror, The Gordons; Gideon's *as a two room club house with ],'ire, J. J. Marric; A Burni-onl !sink, oil furnace, septic tank, etc. Case, Graham Greene; Moon of The exterior work has been in The Ranson Helners Club which ]nual Christmas party for the charge of Thomas Jenkins. has given nearly 20 years of ser-[children of Ranson and aids faro- Mrs. C. H. (Sadie) Smallwood vice to the community came in lilies who lose possession in fires, served as president up to her for special commendation this lit presents going away and Cflrist death in 1959. ~eek from the Jefferson County [mas time boxes to serviceffmn. It Present officers are Mrs. Kath Chamber of Commerce. The Idnated $1,800 to the CharlesMarieleen Viands,Robinson,president;vice president;Mrs" Chamber, through its outgoing[Town General Hospital fund, and Mrs. Clark Noland, secretary; president, Joseph R. Staley, took furnished a room at the hospital Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, treasurer; off its hat to the Ranson Club, 'which it maintains. It regularly and Mrs. Hattie Campbell, corres Which was founded in June, 1942 imakes donations to the local fire [ companies. with nine charter members, ponding secreaary. Mrs. Jenkins has served as treasurer for 12 i Through the years, the club has [ Project money has come from years. made many contributions to such[dues, from packing checkers and An executive committee is projects as the March of Dimes [other games at E. E. Fairchild made up of Ezra Campbell, chair and cancer drives. It gives an an-'Corp, and from serving dinners man George Robinson, Thomas Ill Enjoy the luxury of Premium Quality paint at Special ,Tale Prices... LATEX gal. FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY BETTER COLORS BETTER COVERAGE BETTER WASHABILITY WALL PAINT Easy to apply Unlimited colors One coat covers Dries In minutes Rich fiat finish Easy clean-up WONDERFUL! HOUSE PAINT NOW, ULTRA SATIN ENAMEL A rich satin finish in colors to , match SatinTone qt, Easy brushing Quick drying FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY~ Fade resistant beauty for aw'y exterior surface Mildew and blister resistant Jenkins and Stanley Hinton. WEST VIRGINIA CHARLES TOWN, The quotations of The Blu( Ridge Livestock Sales at Charle: Town, W. Va. Monday, May 15 1961. Receipts of calves and hogs heavy with a good demand for all hogs, cattle and calves. Feature of sale was few fancy hogs toP $18.35; prime veal top $34.00. Choice butcher steers 23.00 tr 24.00; good butcher steers 22.0(? to 23.00; plain to medium steer,, 17.00 to 21.00; choice butcher heif ers 21.50 to 22.00; good butcher heifers 20.00 to 21.00; plain to medium heifers 15.00 to 19.00" good bulls 19.00 to 20.30; plain to medium bulls 15.00 to 18.00: commercial cows 17.25 to 18.00" utility cows 16.25 to 17.50; canners and cutters 16.00 down; cows hy the head up to 180.00; stocker and feeder steers up to 226.50; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 122.00; Choice to prime calves 31.00 to 34.00; good'butcher calves 28.00 to 30.00; medium butcher calves 24.00 to 28.00; thin calves 23.00 down; heavy calves 20.00 to 28.00; Choice lambs ungraded 21.00 to 22.00; lambs good 19.00 to 20.50; lambs mad. 18.00 down; butcher ewes 6.00 to 8.00; stock ewes per head none; Good butcher hogs 17.50 to 18.- 35; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 17.50; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 to 17.50; butcher sows 11.00 to 15.00; heavy feeders and light but cher hogs 17.00 to 19.00; shoats Rack, A E. Ellis; Myths After Knight of the Cumberland, .rohn IAncoln. I,loyds Lewis; The Won- 1,'0~: ,lr. derful O, James Thurber; Four sto,i s, Si,r,d ndse(. Recruit Training Young Peoples Dept. The Voice of Bugle Ann, Mac Great Lakes (FtlTNC)--Thomas Kinley Kantor; Christmas Eve on F. Dozier Jr., son of Mrs. Mable Goes on easy with brush or miler Lasts years longer Dries m minutes,.. bugs don't stick Clean tools fast... with water. NOW gal. FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY a PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Cc, r,.,,.,n cf Thi#. A;'rnue. R, n- aae awl rcv,:-w ,cf, ro son, W. Va. was graduated from ficials had civilian recruit h'aining, April 29, at lhe In nine weeks of Naval Trainin,~ Center, (h'ea( Lak the "raw recruit" is as, Ill. into a Navy Bluejacket, The gradualion exercises, mark- duty with the fleet. ing the end of nine weeks of bool camp" included a full dress par- USE THE STORE HOURS: MON. - TUES.- THURS, 9:00 In 5:00 WEDNESDAY 9 1o 12 OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY 9:00 to 9:00 GET IN THE SWIM BATHING SUITS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY All from top makers All Women's with built in Bras. All new season styles from all the world beaches. / MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS KNIT DIPS SO LOW IN BACK Orlon acrylic, nylon, rub- ber blend with foam ber lined bra. Black, col- ors. Sizes 32 to 38. $ ).95 GIRLS SWIMWEAR Toddlers, 1 to 4 $1.98 Girls, 3 to 6x $1.98 to Girls, 7 to 14 $3.98 NEW DRAPE 'N SHAPE FOR '61's N)EW- LOOK SUIT Figure in the sand . . . you in a chic, shirred suit of acetate, cotton, rubber faille! Foam rub- ber cups. Sizes 32 t040. COOL! SO COOL! Galey & Lords Tarpoon plaid Boxer Model as fl- lustrated. Sizes S-M-L. $2.98 i Woven Plai l and Plain Reversi'ble $2.98 Solid Color Knit Tanker Model $1.98 Sharkskin Lastex Brief Model ,$2.98 Jr. Boys Styles 4 to 8 $1.19 & $1.49 Boy's Styles $1,98 & $2.98 SUMMER SANDALS')') GRADUATION Such a wide variety and G I F T S . . . such savings! 3 FROM ALL OVER $ .95 to $ ,98 THE WORLD ' We Will Be Happy Treat yourself to a treat! to Gift Wrap For and enjoy Memorial Day You! in Cool Comfort. -" per hundred 22.00 down; pigs per :~[}I]~[~$:*KSTWA:~O $! < .......... " LA ..... i:i ,A* E, ,*,x~?~,=~Yw** ::'~;M| PAYS|~U ~ head 12.00 down; heavy boars 10.- ~A~Y-'W~ 50 to 11:50; stags 12.00 down; ....................... ) a NUEJOI ,URCtiA$,I.~5 / sows and pigs none; stock boars 11.00 to 15.00. Miscellaneous *sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Will start State Grading Lambs May 22nd, Many Books at Charles Town's Public Library Following is a list of books being offered for the month of May at the Charles Town Public | | TO THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW AND MODERN IN RANSON, WEST VA. ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW BANK. We are "happy to have had the opportunity to provide the lumber and other building materials for this new bank. North,Mildred Street - Charles Town,-W. V'a. CRISP COTTON SWEEP SKIRTS COMPARE ).88 BE A SPORT') IT our $3 Penney COSTS SO LITTLE plus value 6-way bra has. lightly, wired cotton cups. Sizes 32 to 38. $ .00 $ .50 each Shorts and sleeveless shirts to mix') to match.) Crisp machine washable cotton. In new hues.... Made to mate with our cool summer shirts. Six exciting colors! Machine wash, jiffy dry. PENNEY'S OWN ........ SOLAR STRAWS Keep Cool Head All Summer in These Ventilated Hats-- to Panama Straws $3.98 i!}iiii iiiii Milan Straws $2.98 Hopoka Straws $1.98 Sizes 10 to 18. t f. NOWI cuts prices on famous Big Mac sets Elasticized sports brief in gay colors, sizes for all. ).00 SPECIAL BUY 4 TODDLER COTTONS.) Save now[ Scoop up enough for the whole summer! S 1 e e v e I e s s styles with 2 inch hems! Prints ! Solids ! Little or no iron. $ .00 sizes 1 to 3 Sizes 10 to 18. EMBROIDERED COTTON BLOUSES.) cool, quick-care tops made to mate with summer skirts All with lavish embroi- dery . . . the kind you expect to see for more ! in a bevy of collar styles and colors.Sizes 32 to 38. $ .88 329 cotton pants NOW 269 matching shirts NOW Finest find quality h~bricsl No impedections...all sets perfedl Propodlemed fit...graduated sizesl ' Tailored for ad~ eomfort I * Sanfodmde and vat-dyedl Jid~ ts 6 oeeeo weight, Sizes 14to 19 Pe~ in 8~ (maw weight, Sizoe 28 to S0 REMEMBER: Everything. at PenneY's-is Always New.) Never Seconds, Irregulars, or Carry Overs.)