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Guy Davis, who has been former Miss Erma Lee Keiter. a patient in the Winchester Me- morial Hospital, for the past. ten Mr.~. Philip T. Porterfield re-days, wa.~ able to return to his turned to her home on South home on Second Avenue, on Sun- Samuel Street this week after]day" Hi:: condition is reported as spending seven month~ with he.r, being very much improved and it son-in-law and uaugnter, IA.-t~OL its hoped by his ma~y friends here and Mrs. Jerry Williams in Tokyo, Iand in the county that he will Japan. soon be on duty at the Melvin T. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. K,m- Strider Compay once again. brongh returned to the hom~ of Mrs. Anise L. Kelly, North Mrs. Kimbrough's parents, Mr. and Charles Street, retur~d to her Mrs. John S. Alfriend, South Sam- home Tuesday noon, after spend- uel St.. on Monday, after .spending mg an extended week-end with several days in Madison, Wiscon- her sister, Mrs. Delphia L. Dris- sin. The Alfriends and the Kim- coil in Washington, D. C. Mrs. DI',scol] ]:~ aL ]]0Y homo ie(:kl!~cral- ing from a major surpical opera- tion several weeks ago. Mr. L. S. Stolle who is very sick was moved from the Charles Town General Hospital to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Linaweaver. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Tharpc, Maplehurst~, spent the week-end with Mrs. Tharpe's parents, Mr, a~d Mrs. L. C. Stolle, near Ber- ryville, Va. They returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary S. Claggett was a dinner guest at. the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duke, in Bcrryville Va., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons, Donnie Van, Nell a~d Oral Mrs, Everett E. Wilt and 5ons Larry and Sterling, Mr. and Mrs Bob Nicewarner, of Charles Town and Mrs. T. D. Ott enjoyed a pic- nic lunch at, the Jefferson Me- morial Park GO Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dorsey and two children, of Brunswick, Md.,, visited over the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Koch, of Phoenix. Ariz., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fun. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Christian aczd .;OFz Joe, i]iotoi'0d LO Occ~.n Mi'. Jame~ J. Wyaon~, el San City, Md., o~ Wednesday, where Antonio, Texas, has been visiting Joe will remai,n d~zring the sara- his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. tion season. He will have era- G. K. Wysong, at their home on ployment at the seashore resort South Samuel Street. He left throughout the summer. Mr. and yesterday for New Jersey where Mrs. ChrLatian returned home on he will visit his brother, the lgev. Friday afternoon. Samuel Wysong. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey Mr. Abner Albin Riddleberger and Judy, has as their diuner son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond guests last Sunday, Mrs. Patsy B. Riddleberger, South Samuel St., Turuer, a Presbyterian Home Mis-is a s.urgical patient in the Win- sionary from Canoe, Ky., Mr. andchester Memorial Hospital, Win- Mrs. Francis Whittington, of Hall- chester, Vs. town, Rev. and Mrs. Carlyle Me- Mrs. Elsie Bayler and daughter, Donald and children, Vickle and were Friday visitors with Mr. aud David. Miss Frances Moore and Mr.~. Charles W. Appell. Mrs. Grace Meier, all of Charles 2own. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Wilson, Jr., of near town, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Johnson, of visited the Slushers and Wilsons Leesburg, Vs., were Wednesday at "Rose Hill Farm." On Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Marshall W. Appell and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Jewell and son Jackie of near shall Wilson, St., avtd Jimmie Ed- town. wards went to the Was'hington Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barton, of Airport to pick up Jerry Wilson Second Ave., attended the funeral who returned home for his sum- o~ Monday of their sister-in-law mer vacation from the Oklahoma Mrs. Curtis S. Feezer, held from State University, Stillwater, Okla. the Chevy Chase Presbyterian JACK IIUYETT'S HAVE Church, Washington, D. C., con- ducted by her pastor, Dr. Paul DAUGHTER IN FLORIDA Ludwig, and a former pastor Dr. i J. Hillman Holistor. Mr. Feezer Word has been received here by is a brother of Mrs. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. J. Burns Huyett, South Samuel street, Charles Town of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Huyett of Penscola, Fla. on Wednesday, May 20. This is the second chil, for the Huyetts, the first havin been a boy. Both the mother and the child, named Elizabeth Hofe~ are doing fine. The child is a granddaugMer of Mr. and Mrs. J. Burns Huyett. Vieners Come Here For ,Award at High School AM, ending the ceremony at t~he Charles Town High School Assem bly, May 25 at which time the first annual Hyman Viener Award for scholastic achievement, w~ts made were: Mr. Hymen Viener, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Vie~ner, Mr, Eli Vlener and children of Was'hingten, D. C., Robert ~teph- en Vlener, Judith Rebecca Viener, Jonathan Jacob Viener, Mr. Ja- cob M. Vlener and nephew and Philip Stuart Viener of Richmond Vs. DR. C. E. BRANDT Guest preacher for the Shen- andah Junction, Millville and Bak erton Methodist Charge Su,nday will be Dr. C. E. Brandt, a former pastor of the Charge some 35 years ago. Now retired and living in Romney, Dr. Brandt started his pastorate 40 years ago at the Shenandoah Junction church right after he had been dischar- ged from the Army after World War I He remained on the Jeffer son county charge for four years and during his te,nure ,of preach- ng in the county he directed the )uilding of the Millville Methodist 2hurch. His last pastorate before :etiring was in Fairmont, W. Vs. Dr. Brandt will preach at the Millville church at 9:30; at Shen- andoah Junction at 11 p. m.; and ~t the Bakerton Church at 3 p. m. District Meeting UDC At Ferry Hill June 3 The district meeting of the Uni ted Daughters of t,he Confederacy ,will be held at Ferry Hill Wednes day, June 3 at 12:30 p. m. wi~h luncheon at $1.75. Members of Lawson Botts Chapter are to make reserve,tiGriS wit'h Mrs. Cecil ia League by Saturday, May 30, and no later. NOW OF LOW, LOW, LOW NONE AT ANY CHUCK STEAKS--Boneless - lb. 69c RIB :STEAK ..... lb.69c CUBE STEAK .... lb.69c SIRLOIN STEAK - - "- lb.79c Esskay's SUN UP BACON - lb.43c LONGHORN CHEESE - lb.49c ~(S m mall -Lean VEAL CHOPS - HAMBURGER--- Fresh Ground (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY lb. 35c - Smoked) - - lb. 59c Beef - 3-lbs. $1.33 HIGHER) IN TOWN U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" N - - lb. 29c ,Whole :r Cut Up) l OZEN Steimer's SEAFOOD LEMONADE - - - STRAWBERRIES - - ESSKAY'S CHICKEN BACKS and NECKS - DRESSED WHITINGS, II DINNERS 59c - 3 cans 49c 10-oz. pkg. 19c 5-lb. box 59c 10-lb. box $1.49 2-lb. box 35c OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! 800 At I " Held in Town A 83 Are ESSKAY FRANKS - l-lb. 59c DIXIE MAID FRANKS - 1-1b 49c DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY and SATURDAY! California Juicy LEMONS - doz. 29c WESTERN LETTUCE---Iceberg - 2 large hds. 25c CELERY---Pascal - large stalk 10c CARROTS - - l-lb. cello bag 10c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT - 6 for 29c FANCY GOLDEN B A N A N A S - - - 2-1bs. 25c SAVE ON SPEND LESS AND GET MORE MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 6-oz. jar 93c BORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE 5-oz. jar 79c BOSCUL INSTANT COFFEE 6-oz. jar 79e MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE - lb. 75c BOSCUL COFFEE - - lb. 73c Over 800 parents and relatives were on hand at the Charle~ Town High gymnasium Tuesday evening for .the 46th annual Corn .mencement exercises of Charles Town High School i,.n which 83 seniors were presented diplomas for completion of four years of 'high school work after hearing an interesting and informative ad- dress by the Honorable ~Max De- Berry, Judge of the Third Judic- ial Circui.t of W. Vs. who deliver- ed the commencement address. This year for the first time in many years t'here was room e,u- ough in the new Charles Town hig~h gymnasium to comfortably seat the largest crowd ever ,to ,at- ,tend a high school commencement program in Charles Town. Princi- pal Gordon Eismon said Tuesday night's commencement was the most impressive and best held in Charles Town since he had been principal at the high school. In addition to the :talk by Jud- ge DeBerry, who used as his sub- ieet "Growth", other highlights of the program were presentation of special awards, a talk by class Valedictorian Nancy Smallwood or/ "Gift of Opportu,uity"; and a similar talk by Class Salutatorian John C. Skinner, Jr. on "Be Your self". The program was opened with A ,Mighty Fortress Is Our God," fol lowed by the Processional-"Pomp and Circumstances" played by the Charles Town High Band Gerald Anders, class president had the lnvocatio,u and then came ',the talk by Jo'hn Skinner, Jr. fol- lowed by a number of the hig'h school band. Following the 'address ,by Jud- ge DeBerry who was introduced to the group by Principal Eismon, .the high school band rendered an other number and the,.n Mr. John .Rissler, a member of the Jefferson County Board of Education pres- ented two D. A. R. Citizenship a- ,wards, one of John P. Burns Jr. and another to Darlene Heffner, Mr. Lowell Hetzel, also a mem- 'ber of the Board of Educa,tion, pre se,.nted the Strider Lamp to John C. Skinner, Jr. i Presentation of graduates was !by Principal Eismon; with Super- mtendent of Jefferson County Schools T. A. Lowery, presenting the graduaes their diplomas. After tile valediotory ,address by M iss Smallwood, Miss Carolyn Ris sler, class .~ecre:tary had the bene- dictie,u. ,Mefnber~ of ,~ school Cacu'lty and the board 0f educa,tion attend ed in the group for the exercises. Sermon To Graduates Parents and friends of the grad uates filled Vhe Methodist Church last Sunday night where the Rev. George Smit'h of St. Paul's Luth- eran Church in Strasburg, Vs. de livered the sermon to ,t'he graduat ing class. The program opened with the processic:nal, "Lead On, O King Eternal' 'and the invocat ion by the Rev. Robert It. Hiller of the Methodist Church. The en- tire congregation joined in .the singing of hymn, Faith of Our Fathers and this was followed by the reading of ,the scripture by the Rev. RiChard Ncal of Et. Thomas Luther~,n Church in Ranson. The Rev. Mr. Neal also gave :the pray- er. Before the introduction of the speaker, ,the Charles Town Meth- odist Choir gave a selection, Green Cathedral. The speaker of the ev- ening was introduced by the Rev. Mr. Neal and the closing prayer was made by the Rev. George Smith. The choir sang .the Battle Hymn of the Republic and the en tire audience joi,.ned in the sing- tag of The Church's One Foundat ion before 'the benediction by the Rev. Robert Hiller o'f the ,Metho- dist Church The organist or .the occasion was Mrs. Inger Garrison, Choir Director was Mrs. A. D. Peters and the piano accompanist was Mrs. Imgard Waggy. ;Club Pa' Members of the Senior Worn- League, Mrs. S. H. Stone, Mrs. an's Club of Charles Town had a Hugl-/ Via, Mrs. Frank Humston PILLSBURY and most impressive memorial service BETrY CROCKER CAKE MIXES 29c ,preceding their regular monthly business meeting in respeot co DOMINO SUGAR - ' - 5-1bs. 39c rs. Ha ey Lee Milbou e, a past president of .the vlub. At the same (With Purchase of $5.00 or More) time Vhe club dedicated a tree HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOODS 10c MONARCH EVAP. MILK - 6 tall cans 79c SUPER SUDS - - - large box 23e (One Box FREE with each $10.00 Order or More) ZEST TOILET SOAP--Reg. Size 2 for 29c COMO TOILET TISSUE - 16 Rolls $1.00 A. C. DOG FOOD - 12 cans $1.00 0 I I A R R 0 W ....... 98c G U N T H E R ..... 98c S C H L I T Z ..... $1.40 (6 PACK 'tHROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS which had been planted on the club property some time ago in honor of Mrs. Milbourne. ,Mrs. ~. H. Stone was in charge of ~the service and during the pro- gram made several remarks con- cerning .Mrs. Milbourne's many and varied services to the Wom- an's Club and to the community and county in general. Mr. Gary Morel,and sang a solo "The Green C~thedrar' and he was accompanied by Mrs. More land at the piano. 'Mrs. James Watson also played soft music during :the service and ,Mrs. ,Marvin Edwards and Mrs. William Jackson read appropriate selections. Mr. Harvey Mil;bourne was .pres ent and expressed his appreciat- ion for the thoughtfulness of the club. A short business mecting follow ed bhis service. Mrs. O. S. Bloom president asked ,the club to sup- po~t the Block Par~y. A hospital benefit June 5 and she also ,asked members to attend ,the Queen of Ro~es dance @t .the ci,tizens Fire Hall ~he same night. Volunteer workers to be Bel] Ringers for Men,tel HeaRh were: Mrs. Charles Smith, Ms. William Mrs. H. H. Hunlter, Mrs. A. B. C'~tsh ,and Mrs. O. S. Bloom. Mi-s. William Jackson was ap- pointed Press Book chairman and Mrs. J0hn Dunn became a new member. 'Mrs. Frank Humston, chairman of "The City Beautiful Commit- tee" reported two box wood trees had been planted at the Club home. Mrs. S~uavt Miller was ~ppoint- ed "Membership Chairman for an ther year. She did an excellent job last year. The club having 85 Pa~v~rm e~.'be rs" , . . H. Huyett ,chairman of ~he program had an outstanding speaker, Mr. J. S. H,afer whose subject was "In,ternationa] Affairs Much information was glven the club due to Mr. Hafer's wide ex- perience and knowledge on Inter- ations.1 Affairsl The discussion per led which followed his ~,alk was very in~teresting. Hostesses were chairman :Mrs. George Schneider, ,Miss Lucil,le Prin~z, Mrs. H. Stevenson Clopper Sr., M~. B. H. Darr, Mrs. F. L. Bushong, Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. J. O. O~in and Mrs. Emery Kable. SPIRIT OF .iEFFER ON r ar :c s AD 6--A THURSDAY, MAY 281 Mferson County Jaycees Bring Three State Honors From i 9I i (I~(~I~I ~i ~ ~!iiiii!! Members of the Jefferson Cou,u ty Junior Chamber of Commerce once again captured a number of the .top state awards offered ,to ,t.he state's most outstanding Jay- cee organizations and the mos{ outstanding projects they success- fully completed during the year. This year ,the Jefferson Jayeees brought back from the state con- vention j:~ C lark.~burg the Giess- embier Memorial trophy; the Clyde E. Smith trophy and other less minor awards in every class- i,ficadion in which they participa- ,ted. Under the leadership of Guy Tucker as president for the past year, the Jefferson County Chap ter won ,the huge Clyde E. Smi,th trophy for having the best local program in the fiekl of civic im* provement which was t~he Child- ren's Haven project. O,u this pro- ject the Jaycees have raised $7,000 ,to be used against a $12,000 indeb tedness at the Haven. In the a- bove picture 0t,a the lef,t) Richard Harmison is shown the many plaques the ter received in a ifications. In center Preside,nt Guy Tucker with the Clyde E. and to the right mann ~holds the orial plaque. This la~ter given annually to the Jaycee Chapter in which is one with a po] 5,000 people or less. marks ~the third time son Coun,ty Chapter has a, ward. The :first ,time Harold "Chuck" Kisner den,t in 1956 and last the presidency of Norma~ Those attending the from ~the Jefferson ter ,were: Mr. and Mrs, Hammann, Mr. and ,Mrs. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. ner. Lewis Broy of t,he 'burg Ohapter was vice-president of .this ceeding Norman Kisner. Regers Re-Married in Hagerstown Chapel Mrs. Esther W. Reger and Mr. Austin C. Reger were quietly re- 'married in Hagers~town in ~the chapel of the Presbyterian Church by Dr. Russell' Butcher, Mc::day evening, May 25. Mr. Reger for a number of years had been a pat- ,lent in the Veterans Hospital: of Los Angeles, Califm~ia where' he 'had gone for medical treatment. Stringer. Conklyn Engagement Is Told 'Word was received here this ~eek by re'la,tives of the engage- 'ment of ~Miss Ida Mary Conklyn 'daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. E. Drew Conklyn, of Miami, Fla., former of Charles Town, ,to Mr. Kreh, l Eugene Stringer, son of Mr. 'and ,Mrs. O. K. Stringer of Wau- c~hula. The bride ~to be is a graduate of Coral Oable,'i, Fla., High School and is attending *the University of Florida. Her finance is a senior in Uhe school of electrical engineer- ing at t~he University of Florida and is a member of Tau Kappa Eps'Ho,u. They will be ,married ~his Sum- mer. Mrs. Elizabeth Peacher, 'Medical patients ,the hospital were Mrs. Turner, Mr. Frank B. ,Millie M. Trundle, Pearl Cooper, Harpers Bessie Mac Hummer, Lou Staubs, Mr. Fred Cauley, Master Ste Dalgarn, Mrs. Florence :fer, Mrs. Sarah Eliz. tle Lillian Diana Lloyd, James Edward ~tucket, R, I.; Owens, Ranson; Mrs. Watt, Oaklyn, N. J.; Baker Sh,iley, Margaret Viola Decrier, Md.; Mr. Carlton Shepherdstown. When advertising sell never bother to tomer how good yot~. a~ what your product Red China gradually viet ties. READ THE Like To y Series Of Sermons The sermon topic at the Presby erian Church for May 31 will be "No Place,f0r Superistition." This will be the seco,ud in a ser- ies on the general subje0t "Ten Tragic Misconceptions About Christianity." According to the $1.00 Per DON & SYL Minister, Carlyle A. *McI)anald, the particular emphasis o,f this Ilarpers sermon will be that man cannot manipulate God by magic formul as. This worship service will be a,t Come to see us or 11:00 A. M. and Sunday School the DOROTHY will be at 9:45 A. M. Nursery fac- Ilities will be provided for l,ibtle RESIDENCE Near tl children. The public is cordially House Restaurant iouvited to these services. Harpers Ferry. May 28-1t.-pd. Five births, three boys and two girls, occurred a~t the Charles Town General Hosplt, al during the period of May 20 and May 26. A daug,hter, IAnda Jean was born May 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Rob err Lee Light, Summi,t Point Thursday, May 21 a son Law- rence Emmett Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Keyes, Mil,l ville and also the same day, a son William Owen, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Pen'weft, Harpers Ferry. Sunday, May 24 a son was born ,to Mr .and Mrs. Emery Addison Harder of Harpers Ferry Tuesday, May 26 a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Goven- ear Page Fbideout of Charles Town Ou,t pa,tients admitted to the ,hospi,tal were: RiChard L. Houser, Bakerton; Philip Porterfield, Char les Town; Kenneth ~McMullen, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Roy Crabbe Ronald VChi~t,tin~ton, David New man and Ronuld Abhey all of Ran son; Hattie Kern, White Marsh, Md.; Roy King, RD 1, C.h~trles Town. Surgical patients admibted ,to the hospital were: Miss Virginia B. Gesner, James Robert Cain, William Russell Benne~,t, Charles Town; lit$1e Kevin McKee Crabbe, Shenandoah Junction; lV~ar~l~all C. Stickles, Jr., Burlington, N. J, CLOSED UNTIL FURTHI I