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her and daughter Mr. evening callers of Mrs. Maude ning. Among those helping Sadie Minnie Ott of Ranson was a visi- and Mrs. Irvin Hodges and her Smallwood. celebrate the happy occasion were tot in the evening. grandson Gregory Viands spent Miss Jane Rissler attended a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of War- Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. last week with her brother in field trip with the Biology Club renton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alton Muse and Karen and Ken- Julia Viands Keyser, W. Va. of Shepherd College at Camp Pin- Milton and son, of Millville, Mr. ny, spent Sunday with Mr. and ~h~'i~~ i Mrs. Albert Viands and dau- nacle at Wardensville, Va. They and Mrs. John Milton and sons, Mrs. Douglas Bowers arid chil. ghters Mary and Mrs. Betty Hover spent several days at the camp near town. Mrs. Tom Magaha, drn, Carolyn, Jeff and Mark, of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley of Bar-male visited friends in Martins- last week. Mrs. Larry Magaha and Miss Dot Glen Burnie, Md. ad Mrs. William Woodward burg on Wednesday. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Julia Dailey of Middleway. Mrs. Milton Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moier, of daughter Louise of Bakerton Wednesday visitors with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry i received some nice presents and Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Irv- Mrs. Harry Ashby and grand nephew Gregory Viands of Kear- Shirley and children, Debbie, all had a wonderful time. Refresh- ing Gray and son, Rubble, of Ran- Harry, Jr., Bobby, Donald Lee and ments were served by the hostess, son, spent Sunday evening with )by, Louise spent the rest neysville were callers on Friday Rusty, of Middleway, Mrs. Fran- Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and week with her grandpar- with Gregory's grand mother Mrs. cis Smallwood and daughter Marvin and daughter Gaselia were Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. Julia Viands. Jackie and Mrs. Floyd Markley of callers Friday evening with her and Mrs. Melvin Fritts visit Visitors over the weekend with Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis ~..,~lgeJMgO/llm in Frederick, Md. last Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were Hovermale and daughters Donna afternoon, their daughters, Miss Susan Riss- and Debbie of Leetown. John Armstrong returned ler from the State College in Key- Mr. Donald Hovermale attend- from the General hospital ser, Miss Pat Rissler who works ed the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Wednesday and is getting for the Government in Washing- Biller, which was held in Berkeley ad on crutches, ton, D. C, Mr. and Mrs Charles Springs on Sunday. Mr. Hover- s. Nelson Bush spent the day Williams and son David" of Lees- male is on vacation from Newton aesfiay with the children of burg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baker Hospital where he is em- and Mrs. Martin Grimes while Rissler and daughter of Kable-ployed. He is to go to Silver attended the funeral of Mar- town. Spring, Md. ,on Monday to spend father, Mr. James Grimes. Mrs Francis Smallwood and over night with his brother, Mr. ~Irs. Clematine Aits who has daughter, Jackie, and Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. Leroy Hovermale and spending some time with Markley of Ranson were Sunday family. Mr. Oliver Stewart of Martins. burg has been a patient in King's Daughter's Hospital in Martins- burg with a heart attack. Oliver is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Joe Milton and a former resident of Mechanicstown. We all wish him a speedy recovery. You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Misses Mary Jane and Mona Wolfe of Bakerton were Sunday afternoon visitors with Misses Mary and Nancy Viands. Mr. Baker and son, of Bunker Hill, spent Sunday with his cous- ins, Mr. and Mrs. ttarry Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward and children of Bakerton were also callers of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Miton Popkins of Kabletown were Friday evening callers on their daughter, Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daugh- ters, Joyce and Bonnie. The last report from Portmus Hill of Vienne, Va., indicates he hasn't improved any and was re- quired to be removed to an Army hospital in Washington, D. C. Surprise Party Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha of near Middleway gave her mother, Mrs. Joseph Milton, a surprise birthday party on Saturday eve- Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experierice, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STIJCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Va. m Today, it's \ HA1RSTYLING - COSMETOLOGY PROFESSION DEMANDS BOTH! Used to be that the female sex pretty much controlled the profession., but all this has changed. many young men are graduating from Scott Beauty as Cosemtologists and Stylists. Many of the these men m~et young women who are working toward the goal in life, resulting in life-long partnerships that be. marital as well as professional. They make a winning 70,000,000 WOMEN ARE WAITING FOR YOU! There are 70,000,000 women that are waiting as customers for School graduates, Will you be one of those people who that demand. The decision is yours. CLASS STARTS JUNE 14th )~ BEAUTY SCHOOLS TES, I am interested in learning more about hair. Styling mid cosmetology. Please send me the free :ieatalogue. ' (Address ~o*.*eI.*.i.e*..eoIi.o.*li..e'o''Q**I , W. VA. COLLEGE OF BEAUTY CULTURE RANSON, W. VA. Fri..Sat. May 20-21 "Devils of Darkness" ALSO "Curses of the Living Corpse" MONEY" Boys - Cartoons Adm.. Empty 6 Pack of Coca.Cola Bottles or 25c Sun..Mon.-Tues. May 22-23-24 Come Spy With Your Favorite U. N. C. L. E. s ! Robert Vaughn. David McCallum "The Spy With My Face" ALSO "To Trap A Spy" BOTH In METROCOLOR Wed. Thru Sat. May 25-28 James Stewart "The Flight Of The Phoenix" IN COLOR HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-2212 rhurs.-Fri. May 19-20 Robert Mitchum In MOSES" Also Cliff Robertsan In "MASQUERADE" ALL IN COLOR ;ATURDAY ONLY MAY 21 "TOWN TAMER" In Color with Dana Andrews ALSO Dean Martin - Jerry Lewis "LIVING IT UP" IN COLOR ;un..Mon. May 22-23 Fran_kie Avalon - The Hondells James Brown - Leslie Gore "SKI PARTY" In Color - Plus Cartoons tUESDAY ONLY MAY 24 FoR~" BUMPER STRIP NITE! "Fate is the Hunter" Glenn Ford Rod Taylor Jane Russell - Wally Cox PLUS CARTOONS Wed~.Thurs..FrL May 25-27 "When The Boys Meet The Girls" IN COLOR WITH Connie Francis-Herman's Hermits "Gunfighters Of Smallwood and family in Ranson. Private Lester Viands spent a couple of days this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands and also spent Tuesday night with his aunt, Mrs. Harry Shirley and family at Middleway. His father, Mr. Lester Viands, came down from Romney after him on Thursday night. Glenn was accompanied to Fort Eustis, Va., on Friday by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son Jackie who spent the week in Norfolk, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton 329 South Queen Street alartinsburg, W. Va,. Phone AM 7-6231 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE J. B. Houser. I q'HTT]C~nAy MAv ~o 19~a vt.__~ Mrs. winiam hough, Jr., at-]--- ' ........... t.endede a hair.styling show .!nlert Watson and sister, Mrs. Eva, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pine, at the ~ammore,.mu., on ~noay. wire | Marcus, of Baltimore, motored to [ home of his son, and daughter-in. omer~emptoy.ees or the cnanes[charles Town on Sunday and at-]law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee wasnmgton ~eauw ~alon ot ~tan- [ tended the fiftieth wedding anni. I Pine. son. [versary reception in honor ofI ------------ Mrs. Blanche Lewis, Mrs. Rob- their brother and sister-in-law, I GO TO CHURCH iiii -iii i i S C H E W E L' S In WINCHESTER Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Olin Knott, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., were Saturday evening guests of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and son and Mrs. Florence Runion. Gary Capriotti of Morgantown visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i William Capriotti and son Den. his and grandmother, Mrs. John Lookinbill over the weekend. Mrs. Eva Marcus, of Baltimore, Md., was a weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Knott, Jr., of Baltimore, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser on Satur- day evening. and sons, Terry and Chuckle, of Baltimore, Md., spent the week- end with per parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland ~tenry. The Hamptons also visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. dis James, who have moved into their new home near town. Mrs. Bernard Ott Church Women Meet The Women of the Halltown Presbyterian Church met Monday evening, May 9, at the home of Mrs. Raymond Parks in Charles Town. Mrs. Robert Sherman, the president, opened the Council meeting with devotions. After the business session the meeting was turned over to the Circle chair- man, Mrs. James Watson, who op- ened with prayer. The secretary, Mrs. Raymond Parker, read the minutes of the last meeting and rollcall with sixteen members and one guest present. Mrs. Doris Costello was moderator for the lesson, "Emphasis" Christian Family Education, Women of the Church Birthday observance, and the Bible study, "A Growing Church. Mrs. Elmer Wright closed with the offeratory prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and children of Knoxville, Md., and Mr. Jack Loudan of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. William E. Mills still remains a patient in the King's Daughter s Hospital, Martinsburg. His son Clarence Mills of Shepherdstown is a patient in the Frederick Me- morial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and Mrs. Bill Ingram and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin arid children of Dargan, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Martin and children, Shepherdstown, Kenneth, Rich- ard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rickard, Millville, Shannon Lon- gerbeam, Harpers Ferry, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin and chil- dren (city) were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, Sr., and sons. The W.S.C.S. met with Mrs. John Lookinbill and Mrs. William Capriotti on Wednesday night with a very good attendance. Rev. and Mrs. Crady and chil. After the birthday program, dell- dren, of Shenandoah Junction, cious refreshments were served were Friday evening guests of Mr. by the hostess, Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp and Parks. { children. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cross and Birthday Party l daughter, of Martinsburg, were Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Mrs.I -- Alton Muse and children, Karen,[ Timmy, and Kenny, attended a~ '| birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee in Ranson," GKEAT 69th ANNIV SARY THE ONCE-IN-A-YEAR SALE WITH ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME- VALUES! 2-Pc. SOFA BED SUITES Sofa Opens into Comfortable Bed Bedding Compartment in Base Super - Soft Vinyl Cover Choice of Colors Foam Cushioned Seats Beautifully Styled & Tailored -Pc. BEDROOM SUITES Solid Hard Rock Maple 6-Drawer Double Dresser Large @Drawer Chest Authentic Colonial Oxbow Bed Framed Shadow Box Mirror Kincaid Authentic Colonial COMPARE - AT $250.00 EASY CREDIT TERMS ALUMINUM COTS sAL Complete with Mattress .......................... PRICE PLASTIC TFORM ROLLERS 2 Your Choke of Colors ., ......... , ............. , ...... .. R 4-PIEC PATIO SETS SALE Settee~ TWo Chairs, Matching Hosttss Cart ...... ,. PRICE 5-PIECE DINETTE SETS SALE Tablt and 4 Matching Chairs ..................... PRICE MATTRESS & BOX SPmNGS 2 Twin or Full Size ......... ............................. R 100% ALL WOOL RUGS SALE Approxlma~ly 9 x I$ Size . ~ .... .. ............. .. PRICE SPECIAL PRICES ON FURNITURE FOR EVERY ROOM FURNITURE COMPANY on Monday evening in honor of their son tienry and they also visited Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Sipe later in the evening in Charles Town. Masters Michael, Larry and Ste- phen, spent Tuesday in Ranson with their grandmother, Mrs. E1- lis Williams, Sr. Miss Sharon Ott, a member of the Cadettes, did the honor of baby sitting at the Women's Clubhouse while the mothers voted. Master Timothy Anders spent Wednesday with his grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mrs. Kenneth Anders visited her parents later in the day. Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and chil- dren, Marila, Vivian and Joey, of Millville, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family on Tuesday evening. Mrs. David Penwell, Mrs. Wil- liam Hoak, and Mrs. Alton Muse shopped in Winchester, Va., on Wednesday. They also visited Miss Dorothy Bowers in the Win- chester Hospital on Wednesday. Miss Dorothy Bowers returned home Friday from the Winchester Memorial Hospital where she had been a surgical patient the past week. She is getting along fine. Mrs. B~rnard 0tt accompanied Mrs. Kenneth Anders 'and son Timothy, of Rans0n ,to Inwood on Friday. Mrs. Ott was an over- night guest of her sister, Mrs.Cor- nelia Laye and along with Mrs. Laye attended the Musselman pensioners banquet at the Mus- selman plant cateteria. They also attended the spring concert of the Senior Girls Chorus at the Musselman High School. Mrs. Ott also spent Saturday with her brother-indaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams and family before returning home on Satur- day evening. Mrs. Aiton Muse and children Karen, Timmy and Kenny, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe of Charles Town Saturday evening. Timmy remained over night with his aunt and uncle. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright were Mrs. Mary Jenkins. of Alexandria, Va,, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT q IL 9 -- OPEN SATURDAY'S 'TIL 5 P. M, 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCHESTER NO SALES TAX Wright, of Norfolk, Vs. Visitors on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dor- othy Bowers were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and sons, Michael and Mark, of Ranson, Mrs. Helen Bowers and son Stvie and Miss Elsie Edwards of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend of Riverdale, Md. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray spent the weekend with the Penwell chil- dren, in their absence. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy were Mrs, Henry McKee and children ALSO -- IN COLOR Casa Grande"iKarla and Henry, Mrs. Rosa courtney, Miss Jean Courtney and I IIIIIi IIIIIlilll IIIIIIIJ _ I I II Mr. Ferry Staubs of Ran~on. 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