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Ssanhnn M nn Will r Charles Town tIigh School next It was in SaMpan in 1944 that ut~vm;uu ~. NIUIIII Will lyear. Commander Day first met his .... 1" Camp Caesar is West Virginia's wife a Louisvillian. She was a nenrp on* xt ,.a !conservation camp for boys and Navy nurse and ~ae a paticnt, It r ............. -- ~;h'ls. was a casual acquaintance anti o,n . A, ~ ~ i ~ they did not meet again until 1948 tnamer ar tamp taesar ~o v^,, NIJ M.,,, V^& at the Naval Air Station in Chic- - r I O'/IgG/ ~JlU l~GYy 1CI ago. They married that year. : ::: :: :: : ~: Mrs Day is the former Kather- ine Wilson is a graduate of Nazar eth College She also took grad- . ....... ~ uate courses at St. Louis Univer~ sit~. ii:~:~ii~iiii:~ii ii!ii~i!~iiiiii [ ~~ Four births-two boys and two ::i!:~!iiii!i::ii ii~iii'~ii~il [ ~~ girls ...... occurred at the Charles ~~~ 'Iown General ttospital during the [ ~~~ period of May 18-23. . '~': [ A daughter, Rebecca Elizabeth, ~~ / ~~~ was born May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. ~~ Charles E. ttarris of Charles ] ~~ Town. ~~i~ | ~ Saturday May 20, a son, David ~im,~~ ] ~ Wayne, was born to Mr. and Mrs. tttmmmttmmm:::m ~~ I ~ Donald W. Bagent of Brunswick, STEPIIEN G. IIANN [ , , Maryland. Stephen G. Hann, son of Mr. ] LCDR C. F. DAY, USN Monday May 22, a son, Franklin n . [ I CDR Charles F Day who cameWilliam was born to Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Ralph M. tIann will re-, ~. ..... -r ................... I on uoard February 20 to take over Randolph Alger of Ransom ~t~eSf;:akt~/a~t~nI~ra,,~:aoPt~r~.las Technical Documents Officer is Tuesday May 23, a daughter - -~,, t,r,,,~ ..... ,~. ~, ...... , Inn 18 year Navy veteran was born to Mr and Mrs Ronald lea at [llv.~ /.~llllutc~::lltll CI/II~qUIV~Lt" ! .... " ~, 1 "tTr" .... " .~,~' ion Camp held at Camp Caes~arI bommanoer J3ay reportecz nere. w. ~ramy oI rzarpers ~erry. near Wob tar n" ~ W ~ l from the University of Missouri Surgical patients admitted to ......... s___ S._rm~s ....... , the " " from June 5 to 10. [where he finished requirements hospital during the week ~for a B S de-ree in Education~were: Little Brian S Hoffman, ~n will be a Junior at[after a year anna half's study. He )Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Barbara A. III I [previously had attended William I Miler, Mana.sssas, Va., Mr..AI~hur ........... I land Mary College and the Marl- H. t~rown, ~altimore. Ma:, Mrs: n art Sarah t:rum, ztanson, mr mcnara UAKt'ENTEI( S []time Academy i Gulfp , Miss. . . " ~. II Previous to his last duty, Day W. Dawson, Linden, va., Mr. ~on- First class framing em~*nters ]]spent three years as an instructor ald L. Nebrega, Berryville, Va., for steady, year round work. Re l lat the Combat Information Center Mr. Adam B. Link, Shenandoah port to Mr. Long with tools l lGuantanamo Bay, Cuba. Before Jcln., Mrs. Jeanette L. Camp ot ready for work at Dun Loring l lthat, he was for two years on the Bridgeton, N. J. Rd..bet. Merrifleld and Dun I Istaff of the Comman-der, Amphi- Medical patients admitted were: ~ormg, ranr~ax t:ounty, va.n~bious S-uadron Ei--ht ""~-i-'- ---- ................... " Efferson ~ 9~99 l| q g , wu cu was ~u s rtarry ri. WILT., Harpers ~" .... [[based at Middle Creek, Va. Ferry, Mr. John W. Hibbard, VI:~g'Y~TAo I~ The new Technical Documents Charles Town, Mr. Carl E. Jenk- z ~t~,J~z-xO ][Officer, who is a native of Char- ins, Martinsburg, Little Irving F. T~]l~.Yl~T.d~l~k/ll~qP [[les Town, W. Va. joined the Navy Heskett, Lovettsville, Va., Mr. .... ~-~-~v--,,~tL~, x [~in October, 1942. He saw war-time Charles Jenkins, Summit Point, Ill II ( ' action in Guam and Saipan. Mrs. Florence Pope, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Loula G. Rider, Char ~ les Town, Mr. Cornelious Mobley, ~fl~||~m~ ~m/~qpAmmuI Ranson, Miss Carolyn M. Titus, Lll nm Ii..nm~lmnm~ u ~VL~ mmu~lnn| Kearneysville, Baby Timmy G. tuuvu umuv irlUVi i Staubs, Harpers Ferry, Miss Mary L. Barker, Harpers Ferry," Mrs. WE NEED USED WATCHES Claudia M Clatterbuck, Harpers Ferry, Mr. Elmer L. Trump, Char CHECK OUR TRADE--INS les Town, Mrs. Gertude W. Judd, Charles Town, Mr. Charles L. P , IAT. qPl~Al~l~ T~T~ lfi~fiI~ Jackson, Charles Town, Mr. Jesse .~,,~,,.~.~L, .=*,,.~,,~,~-~" ~.~ x',Jxt, L. Brookman, Ranson, Mr. Ray- 1E~ A ll~ ! T A ql~ ]7 ~ mond Jackson, Ranson, Mr. Lee a,, z-~ a~ u z-~ i ~ ~ Washington, Harpers Ferry, Mr. Benjamin F. Jackson, Charles WE ALSO HAVE A FULL LINE OF Town, Mr. George T. Porterfield, Charles Town.and Mr. Ida Haft- Presbyterian Seniors To Receive Bibles At Sunday Morning Service , The annual presentation of 'gift" Bibles will be made to th Presbyterian high school senior at the eleven o'clock service o,' Sunday, May 28. As is customar: the girls will receive white Bible and the boys black ones. The pre entation will be made by Edgar(, Ridgeway, Sunday School teach( of the Senior ttigh Class, unde the auspices of the Sunday Schoc Council. The~ Presbyterian men bers of the graduating class( are as ,follows: Susanne Acost~ Judith Beeg, Carol Fritts, L~ _Osner, J'r., Randolph Huyett, Jr., _VIary Hood Mays, Richard M 3auley, Clark Tumblin, Glenc Brent. The sermon topic for this wo~ ;hip service will be "The Secr of Success," the final in a seri, ~n the general theme "Everyo~ Can Succeed." Special music w; include a solo by Katherine ( Burns. Nursery service will b provided for little children. T. public is cordially invited to th service and to Sunday School a 9:45 A. M. Miss To Become Bride June 6 of Pfc. Kenneth Kidwiler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gageby of Engle, announced this weeL the forth-coming marriage o~ their daughter, Donna to Privah First Class Kenneth Kidwiler, so: of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwik of Engle on Tuesday June 6 a 7:30 p. m. in the Engle Method ist Church It will be an open wedding an( immediately following there wil! be a reception at the hom~ ol the Bride's parents. Pfc. Kidwiler is stationed a~, Fort Jackson, S. C. ece t guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Nelson and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McDonald, Jr., at their home on South Samuel Street were Mr. Nelson's sister, Miss Berkele, Nelson, and brothers, Mr. Heber Nelson and Mr. Robinson Nelson Rings, Bracelets, Charm Bracelets and Neekware. USED WATCHES WITH r,A NEW WATCH G V A R ANTE E CAN JEWELER West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va, man of Cumberland, Md. all of Richmond, Va., and Mrs. Nelson's sister and brother-in-law ~MRS. WAGGY WILL PRESENT Mr. and Mrs. Guy Montgomery EVENING OF MUSIC JUNE 2 of Lewisburg, W. Va., and the Nelsgn's daughters, Mrs. Willian t The piano of Mrs Wm H. Gregory, of Petersburg, Va. D. Woggy will present an "even: and Miss Lucy Nelson of Pitts ing of music on Friday, June 2 at burgh, Pa. They all came to help the Nelsons celebrate their Fit 8:00 p. m. EDT. The recital will tieth Wedding Anniversary. be held at the Educational Build ing of the Charles Town Metho-Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend dist Church. The public is cordial have returned to their home on ly invited. South Samuel Street after a vis t with Mrs. Alfriend's sister, USE THE CLASSIFIEDS ,Irs. H. L. Johnson, in Elkins; I Il'l I I I I I -- I ....III mr brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ~_lfriend's sister, Miss Margaret D. Alfriend in Clarksburg. Dur- ng the week, Mr. Alfriend at .ended the Diocesan Meeting at I ne Episcopal Church in Hunting I m. Others from Zion Church at [tending the Diocesan Meetin , [were The Reverend Allen I ] mrtlett, Rector, Mr. E. L. McDor ALL ALUMINUM 24 INCH ALL METAL I rid, Jr., and Mr. Thomas W. Stel: FOLDING NEWBERRY BAR-B-QUE NEWBE; y :de. . I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Forthma: tAWN c HAmm S4n vmsmLL $5 m )f Charlestn spent several da~ [ :his week with Mrs. Forthman I ')rather-in-law and sister, Mr. an( I ~Irs: John S: Alfriend, at theL I name on South Samuel Street. g Y $ VALUE Regularly $6.98 SPECIAL I the Forthmans have recently pur I ~.hased the Steptoe House on S ~ U~ .~33 [ ;amuel St. and will move her. C e 49e 2-LB. PKG. COOKIES -, 33e I about mid-usmmer. i ILt. Jg. and Mrs. Waller Hairs PAIR KIT I ,*on of Port Deposit, Md., were th( 88c 98e WOVEN BASKETS- - 77e Ivisitors over ,the weekend wit~ [Mrs, Hairston s brother and sis 1- GAL. INSULATED , mter-in-law, The Rev. and Mrs. A1 [len L. Bartlett, at the Rectory or STEEL RING ]S. Mildred St. POUR SPOUT " NEWBERR / PLASTIC LAUNDRY NEWBERRY I Among those relatives attend- JUG $297 ASK F1T 99C [ing the funeral of Mrs. Florence Monday nurunt, . IPope on were Mr. and r[~|~: IMrs. Henry Droneburg, and child- Iren Janet, Henry, Jr. and Bobby Iof King of Prussia, Pa. Mr. and Regularly $3,49 SPECIAL . Regularly $ .49 " VALUE IMrs. Arnold Michael and daugh. ter of Sparrows Point and Mrs W. O. Shoafstoll of Martinsburg, PICNIC COOLER - - - $3.97 39e LAMP SHADES - . - 33e I w Va. Mrs. Michael stayed for I the week to visit with her par- I ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Small- $1.00 PKG. PICNIC PLATES 87c 10 DECORATED TUMBLERS 99c Iwood. I Mr. Thomas Felten and son of I Brooklyn, N. Y. and Thomas Felt- BOY'S COTTON MEN'S COTTON I en, Jr., of Hawaii are staying SHORT SLEEVE NEWBERRY SHORT SLEEVE NEWBERRY ] with Mrs. Esta Arnett. while Jos- SPORT SHIRT 99c 99C ] list at the local hospital. SPOR| SHI T , Miss Louisa Smith of Berry- ] ville, Va. was a dinner guest on ] Sunday at the home of Mr. and ] Mrs. Robert Smith. On Tuesday REGULARLY $1.29 SPECIAL Regularly $t.49 SPECIAL / she motored to Blue Ridge In- m) dustrial School where she will m l spend several days with friends. |) Linda and Buddy Day of Berry FRIDAY and SATURDAY ' Just Say I[ ville, Va. are spending this week STORE HOURS: with their grandmother, Mrs. Esta 9 A. M, to 9 P.M. "Charge It" Arnett. Their mother is a patient in the hospital in Winchester. Va. having undergone major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter, Beverly of Jeffer- son Terrace and Mrs. Page Custer visited Mr. Page Custer at the Brook Lane Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. on Saturday. m m i SPIRIT OF JEFFEII30N VAR aS n tier t , .-A THURSDAY, MAY , By Mrs. Mary Bruce Purr inuay IF'arm Wome er "America Is A Better America-Thanks To bdv The Leetown Farm Women s _ Club metWednesday afternoon at ! ~l the home of Mrs M K. Bowers ~ ': with Mrs. W. L. Barron as co-Los ~ ~ and R I~flMMIqqlflM AIIF tess, 19 melnbers and two visitors m|. UIlU lid ~k~V|'|I'|I~IP.,#~VN1 del~l~ ~/ were present. The meeting was ~[TT~4 ~_~~c_~ ~,P pA~ft~ ~41 called to order by the president. ~H Devotions were led by Mrs. Char- lesOw ns. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1961 ~~ Food was promised for tile ~~ tIospital Jamboree June 3. BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M. (D.S.q ~~ The club members reported ~~ mending at the hospital the first Walnut Round Table, Maytag Automatic two weeks in May The tour m "" " E " F wer ' " , Large 11cmg lectrlc an, Chest of Dra ', ~: ~i~;~:: Jefferson and Berkeley County ' " " " d' ,viU h, Stands, topper Washing Machine, very ol, "- Fe's t'ival'a['Con n 'unity Center, Leaf Table, and Other Articles not mentione lune 10 Fun night will be June , '.% . :, .. .... TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be remove io at Community Center. The ~^,,l^a ,,... club voted $5.00 for Foreign Stu-~ett ~ctlt 1ol. ~ des_om:.ofnt F,,nr, the club members en- SALE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. tered a float in the Clean up, Fix == ~ n ~.-~.~.=r~C~T~-.~ --TVa'~ up, Paint up parade. Tl~e lesson 11. anti K. UOl1i11brbllOiN AUb M~ ~ ~r n~tvwn~ "Early Churches and their Lead- , ................ ................... ers" were nresented b- Mrs it, LLAI IHAIgYJS, Aucuoneer. _ Mrs. W. L.Barron of Shepherds Charles' Owens in a very inter: CHARLES TOWN 7-R. town nonore! an(1 surpnseo ner estin~ mannpr the " ......... ~" mo r Mrs. M. K. Bowers of . ~ ..... ~,. _.~. _:_~...._ aeereauon chairman conducted ~~ ~naries lown Satu~uay Hzg~u u~z ......... ;~ a game ~virs ix i~ t:avaner was her 89th birthday at her home on., : " ~,~~,~,,~,~*,~,~:~,~-~:~,,~,~,,,~,**~,,~,~ ~" ~t w~;.~., ete~t me winner mrs'Mary Bruce Furr g e a short report on her trip :~ Those present were grandchild * " Antil PlBD$4 :'~ ....... to Jacksons Mill m ._,-r .... ., ren, great granocnnaren anti Tho T,ootn~n T~wnor~ d. TT Chlh "'-~-~'..*" ~ '*~ '.hree great great grandchildren; will mere ~'ridav nicrhf Juno ~ at ..~i~...oO [~)) s~i also her sister Mrs Lola Cush- the homeof-~Ir"a~'ncl"l~Irs:~I~ ie "~~'~ ,i~ nan, and Mr and Mrs Douglas "" Y ,.-'~ !.; '... . ". . . . Tabb. The Leetown Toppers won tet~arty and httle aaughter rat- two hhm rihhon~ and on rod rib "~" " I.{*.%_k\\ Ann of Martinsbur and Mr ............................. ' ..... , Y g ban at the Health Day Saturday , ! nd Mrs. Joe Wright o'f Hyatts-,at Community Contor ONE.SrOP - 7 ! Mile, Md. " ........ ' ERVICE/_ ' Mrs. Sowers received lots of I MET ION servmce///N flee gifts and thoroughly enjoyed BIBLE SCHOOL OPENS JUNE 5 . l// J he party and seeing all of thei ,'~t,~ .~..~ ~ " '~" 'amily together once again. [ ............. z ...... ~ The large birthday cake with The Charles Town Methodist '~ andles was cut by Mrs. Bowers Vacation Bible Coh,~,q , ;in ~,,:, ~Ty IITttim ~TT /~ t~ l~ md pictures were taken by Mrs. held be innin June" 5th"" -~) J1_~9~9I~ VV n2-~kJt l~JU ~t.~r~P_~l I1 ,~" 3arron g g ., a, ~running through June 16th Refreshments of ice cream, "h .......... " "~ EXPERT ADVICE i ,~ ...... ~ e bcnooz Will De t:o-~lrecteo , . ~aKe puncn, mints ana nuts wa~h,, Mre Allan Ma~,eholl and ]~5~,o served by Mr. and Mrs. Tom LenL~nden'B'usla~'The"~eneral"The~m FREE ESTIMATES :,I non and Mrs Barron and Mrs ..... " .... : ..... ' ": wni de l-'ersonai ann t~roup tie- "~A~v T FOLLOW PLANS Jeveriy ~orK. ~ lationshin ,~ ~,~ ,/ J~ Mrs. Bowers is still in good heal " ......... *" ,~T~*.T,~." ~*,t,~',Ot~rO ! ~hn~ndu~njo~lsgo~gt;rh::i ch~rCsh, alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ ~u~,~... ~u2~tr~,,~o : g " mm mm _ - FREE DELIVERY I She still writes original poems . m - and recites them at varmus meet --_ ~$~lkl''l[:: = EXPERT WORKMANSHIP~ !' ings she attends. She loves to read ----Point & Wallpaper = " * and sew and watches her favorite= Plastic Coated Paper ~ ........................... ~,1:] T V shows ever,, da,, __m .^ ..... DI~IVP5 UV~K AINU ~i~lt5 U~ 11-11;~ 1 "~ ~ a- ~ .,~Uf =)Ingle : Mrs. Bowers has the honor of ----" .... v.-- -r ..... being the oldest secretary m her _ 59 G,,I * ] OR "AT HOME" ESTIMATES : church in the entire eastern con- "-- .." .'., --_ , i . = uurstae wnure _ f"IAT T Z2~/i zerence. . ---- 4 9= r--I * ---- 'tjZ~JL~L~ ~ou t." [ mm "F' .w'~.~u m. Friends wished for her many , : _ more birthdays. , ~ad~ Lat.e.x E " . . am JEFFERSON COUNTY GARDEN Uh|tty In Or Out --" [] CLUB TO MEET JUNE 1 The Jefferson County Garden Club will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday morning, June 1 at 11:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. C. C. Tabb, S. Sanmel Street. Mrs. James Bart- lett and Mrs. A. O. Albin will be Co-hostesses. Mrs. Robert Flet- cher of Leesburg, Virginia will be the speaker and luncheon will follow, the meeting. A full attend- ance is desired. =2:: :;'/::oY* (R) 'kirt in a sleek sheath look ?or town, country, and travel. $o comfortable to wear . . that's Lady Manhattan eoor- linates tailored for '"custom" 7it. The shirt is contour shaped, with extra-long tay-tueked shirt tails. the skirt is precision cut for slim, easy fit,. Wonderful is the word for this sheath combo. THE KASTLE MEN'S SHOP Next to Postoffice Charles Town, W. Va. $3.58 Gal.* = n,, *4 Gal. or More ..- m PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE Charles Town -- TeL 486 E __~ Open 'Til 9 Fd., Other Days 5::]0 ~--- --" mm .'~lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli~ 549 CHARtt$ TOWN, WtST VI Charles Town Phone 399 JAMAICA SHORTS LADIES KNIT TOPS ~i AND SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Special Purchase of ...... Regular 98c Styles Pop-over Knits or unsp t o[ton in Ladies Sizes Sleeveless Blouses. Jl 59* Sizes 30 to 40 $1.98 L A D I E S S L A C K S Sleeveless BLOUSES Special Purchase of JAMAIMAS---CUFFED SHORTS R;?l:;m9es8 c St/::s t les ri:3 m , ...... A Wonderful Selection of S y C By "Jeanies." t 59 -- i.!, e mlmmn ~lll MEH S SPORT SHIRTS , , Men's DECK P) M F N H N R T Popular New ............... Sizes 29 to ' Walking or Bermuda Shorts in l/ Patterns or Solids. Sizes 29 to 42 BOY'S .,8