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On June 2 in Michael Harding's art mare vresently preparing for the Wright Denny Art Show. ~th and sixth grade students students from Center for be displaying have completed school year. Each at least one entry in =how. ~t's projects fall into a categories including draw- sculpture, mixed media have been done out- class. Each category will be and first, second and ribbons will be awarded. in this year's show of Class Award. This to the one best entry in grades. Each Best of will receive some prizes i~- her name will be announced art show. will be held at the school June 2, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 relatives and the public to attend and view the Work. the art show will be the 5th featuring some vpro- at 8:00 p.m and should quite an enjoyable evening. TOWN H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 ~ttltttt~t~4rtt PROBLEMS in our area is not confin- furniture, etc. A a constant robber of out of my bird feeder tiny birds like the titmouse can enter through the It the top of the feeder. That his tag and forces his @ening and eats his plastic a result, all ocher birds, even are frightened away pleasure in being a bird find also that other Sinvade the privacy of my yard. the yard in prey I and dogs use the bird bath as NEW OFFICERS VFW POST 3522 ARE INSTALLED The newly elected officers for 1983-84 of Jef- ferson Memorial Post No. 3522 Veterans of Foreign Wars of Charles Town were installed Tuesday evening, May 10 at the Post Home on East Liberty street by Grover (Bud) Evans of Martinsburg. They are as shown above: First row (left to right) - Elmer Billet, Post Com- mander, Paul Montfort; C.D. (Bud) Boyer, quartermaster. Second row (left to right) -- a drinking fountain hence my bird wat- ching pleasures are hampered. I hear that some of my neighbors have some of the same problems. Guess Bill League will have to get busy and design a squirrel-proof bird feeder other than the goldfinch feeders. MINIA'rLrRE8 SHOW Intermittent showers last Saturday were no deterrent for the many in- terested people who attor~led the Fifth Annual Miniatures Show at Cliffside Inn. There were 29 tables for dealers who displayed their dolls and dollhouse fur- niture and accessories in the spacious dining room of the Inn. These items, almost mycrnscopic in size, held great appeal for both adults and children who indulge in this hobby of collection. Many states are repres~ted by dealers who come and spend several days in preparation for the show. The smaller the item the more intricate the work in making it hence the flexible price range for the hobbyists. Involved also is the work o[ the direc- tor of the show. Even though the pro- ject is sponsored by the Harpers Ferry District Woman's Coub, the director and coordinator of the show has great SHEPHERDSTOWN PAINT AND ART BILL PERCY DECAL -- MAGNETIC HAND LETTERING SCREEN PRINTING WOOD & METAL PLASTICS 8-Page Circular In This Issue Circumstances Beyond Our Control, The Advertised Items Will Not Be Available )les Drug Store, Hilldale Shopping Center, Charles Town, W. Va. A 'b PRICE to DUTY Truck W/Doily s14" Swim Caps s 1" Grass Seed (,2 Oz. Bag) Gardening Tools 49' Moss (2 Cu. Ft. Bale) 15" Snapset Pool .-. s12" Cable Puller $12" Ice Crum Bars s IS' Mix 89' Pitcher with i s3" Sp got Four/Gone. $5 ~" RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES irnate $I,000 profit is used to pay for their community ass:mtars~e work o( the organization. How fortunate to be a member of mat club! Mo~ Woman's club members are recruited to assist in various money- making schemes like hake sales, auc- tions etc. that involve both financial and personal services for the members, Grateful appreciation is felt for several members, unable to attend because of previous commitments, who made cash donations to the show pro- ject. Tbe only disappointing note, I am told, was the fact that only 12 of the total 83 members attended the show. Their admission ticket at a co6t o( $1.50 each would have shown participation in I! IIIIIIIII I I SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY NAVE CAUSED cl tomms, saxe , Willaim Callahan, senior vice-commander; Glenville Albright, officer of the day; George Ferguson, 3-year trustee; Installing Officer Evans, Adrian Cain, two-year-trustee; Charles Ferguson, a member of the Post; and Robert Cross, Surgeon. Absent when picture was taken were: John Dominco, Junior vice- commander: Paul Ross, one-year-trustee. (Photo by Tim Sinn) SHOPPING CENTER, Charles Town, W. Va. 725-9313 We F Your B Need advice ? responsibility for months preceeding the show. In October contracts are sent to dealers followed by acknowledge- ment to them for their ac~nce of the contracts and their fee of $30 per table. Printed signs must be made and placed in prominent places, a security guard is acquired for the show, ar- rangements for location of an ap- propriate room for the show, tickets printed, preparation for collectioin of sales taxes from dealers, recruitment of four volunteers to man the customer desk with different money denomina- tions to make necessary change for customers. FREE ESTIMA TES Calls Answered After 2:00 P.M. PHONE: 725-2306 the project, also provided greater financial success for their club. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. William C. Cosby, Jr. of Roanoke, Va spent the past weekend with Mrs. Nancy Ambrose at her home "Paignton" on the Flowing Springs Ro~d. Quote: Are your a worrier? Worry is like a rocking-horse; it keeps you go- ing but it gets you nowhere. Rest Standard Twin each piece regular $109 Full each piece regular $149 Queen 2-pc. set regular $369 King 3~pc. set regular $479 Mention of the responsibilities of the cnordinator o( the show is made to point out the fact that the entire show is put together by one club member, Marge Wilt. I am told that this annual miniatures show is the only project of the Harpers Ferry District Woman's Club during the year, that the approx- IH III H I~ SALE $79' SALE $I 19 SALE $299 SALE $,159 Our friendly registered pharmacist is always eager to help you with any questions. Our customer's health comes first! Cosmetics, morel STUCK & PHA RMA C Y, INC. DIAL 725-2621 - Charles Town HOURS: Dally ll~@ a.m. to IIh~ p.m. Sunday IZ Noon to ldmp.m. I IIIIII III II 4 State Rt. 45, West 876-2222 TRY We Have the Most Complete Dell-Bakery in the Area. OUR DELl Sweet Rolls, Rolls DELIGHTS Breads Compare Our Prices All Baked Fresh Daily. Ill andAnyQUalitYArea Store.With This Week WeAre Featuring; Ill Homemade Potato Salad or Cole Slaw lb. 89 III Hatfield Turkey Breast lb. Fresh Baked Peach Pie (46 Oz.) Fresh Baked White Bread (18'/4 Oz.) 201 N. George St. % ' -. Magnificent cover plus premium quality hinge-action coils cotton felt upholstery durable tor- sion bar foundation. Don't miss our price break! Posturepedic Royale Twin each piece regular $199 SALE $169 Full each piece regular $249 SALE $209 Queen 2-pc. set regular $599 SALE $529 King 3-pc. set regular $799 SALE $4k59 Twin each piece reg. $139 SALE $99 Full each piece reg. $179 SALE $1 9 Queen 2-piece set reg. $449 SALE King 3-piece set reg. $559 SALE $429 Charles Town, W. Va.