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~ ~.': i ~''~* ~', ~ "i~ &" . I I YOUR AND YOUR A testator's signature does not of itself make his Will a workable one. The writing that pre- cedes the signature is vitally important -- and best left to expert hands. Have your lawyer draw your Will. Then, when you add your slg- nature, you can do so with greater assurance that the document represents accurately your wi hes for the distribution of your estate, and will implement them effectively. FOR COMPLETE TRUST SERVICE, SEE US Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ~:~ II I III IIIII I I IIII IIIII II ]J I IEWS HAPPENINGS IN KA I1i By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 t~bletown Church SchOOl ser-[di~ion. Several folks from Keyser ~iee will be held Sunday, May 31 [were well pleased with their'trout ~ the local church at 10 o'clock. I fishing Friday evening and ~at- In the past Oakland and Kable-ltlrday. Two loc~l boys Ohu'bby ~wn held joirtt Sunday Schools I Se~l and Larry R~uss. our Huck- @n the fifth Sunday of each quar- [latent Firm and Tom Sawyer tei" but this cusWm has been dis [CharaQters were seen ~ate one continued by mutual consent. Inig~.t sl`ttlng along the roadside The K~bletown C1aurch Memor-lwith a flashtlgl~ catelaing mght f~l Fund has received gif~ recent itr~wlers. They wi.th their uncle ly from the following from Miss I Nelson White are ardent fisher- [M~trgare~t Johnson io memory of linen and usually have good luck, David Cllpp, from Mrs. Lloyd C. I Miss Margaret Johnson accom. W~Rers in memory of Mr. E. F. Ipanied by her sister Mxs. Clar- jacobs and Mrs. Turner Ya~es. ence Small,rood were vlsi~ors Sun The local area was visited with d~y afternoon wi~,h their sister Storms the l~Vter part of last week Mrs. Homer Kees and family of S~turday afternoon the rain was Oerrardstown. very in,tense causing recent plow {Mr. l~be~ C~in of Wood, lawn Farm was a tonsi'leotomy p~Uent in the Charles Town General Hos ~ltal from Friday through Sun- clay at~tez noon. 'Mrs. Marshall Engle of Middle-q w~ty is visiting her cous~,~s Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer of Shannon P~rk On Sund~y evenlrtg May 17 Mr. ~nd Mrs. Ray Marcus o4 Winches- ter entertained to an ou~t door ev- ening meal in he,nor of Mrs. Mar- cus's m~her Mrs. Joe Milton who Those eel fields to be eroded. A large per cartage of the strawberry harvest of Eddie Ware .was damaged by standing water after the rain on ~turd~y. This was the first year ~he vines bore. The yield was ex- ~epUonMly good as the berries were large width a good flavor. This was a project of Eddie's con- nected with his work at, V. P. I. where he is a cadet,. Despite the recent heavy rain- ~all fisherman report the Shen- andoah River to be in good con- celebrated her birthday. SPRING PECIAL n sw:wu TV EXTRA FEATURES e"Servico Savm," Horizontal Chas- sis Spoflite Dial Zenilb Sun- shine picture tube Full power Sronsformer Pull push en/off; tone control "Fringo lock" for ~dabia pictures $ I RADIO .- TELEVISION -. APPLIANCES 222 WEST WASHINGTON STREET I,OCAL AND 7 PIRiT OF 5EFFER 0N ADVOCAT] 8---B THURSDAY, MAY 28, formers mother Mrs. I-terndon at,Born to Mr. and Mrs. Shenandoah Junction. PenweH of near Ka,bletOWO Mrs. David Hough of Berryville, son in the Charles Town Vs. was a caller on Friday nig, ht Hospi~tat. This makes with Mrs. Maude Smallwood. son. Mr .and Mrs. G'ar'land Henr:, and so,n David Lee spen,t the week Life is no more puzzling end in Baltimore, Md. with their than death, but is has son-in-law and daughter :Mr. and ular support. Nits. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Neate Goliday and soa Garry. Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamb-[ lin of Ranson were callers on SunI day witch their sister Mrs. Abner1 Henry and sons near the Bloom-[ dry pp Mr. and Mrs. Etanald Hovermale I I A and children Donna a,nd DavieI a, II 41~ are spending a few days with theI formers parents Mr. and Mrs. ] ......... ,,~ Clyde Spearow in Bkly. Springs . I ~UtYlr'lA~'l'~ l~lr~r~ Mr. and Mrs. ff~Ielvin Fritts spent Saturday evening wi,th I "[~m~e~ Iriends in Bru,nswick, Md. [ ~"'~'~"~ Mrs. Lester Obt a,ttended the l ~.~ ,~ .... funeral of her late aunt Mrs. Bes- ] ltezrlgerator sic Pearl on Tuesday afternoon. I Mr. Harry Shirley of Middleway ] Washers. Et was in Newton Baker Hospital [ last Tuesday until Thursday for [ X_~v~rSandry" M,s .... ," " [SEE US BEFORE YOU ". ' . ume Jonn. mn / and Bonnie a,nd Joyce and Mr. | and Mrs. Levi Gray was at C'hl'ist | ~ A ~ A ~ A i Church on Sunday decorating the [ IVl ~ U ~ II H *# graves of their relatives. [ iBI~I Ilkl/~E ~EM~[ ~Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts of [ ArFLUt I, ~[:fl|l town spent Saturday evening with | their sons Nelson and Melvin. [ Telenhone 424 Mr. a,nd Mrs. Milton Popkins | r and granddaughter Joyce of Kab- | O~OT ~ ,~v.rar letown were Saturday evening [ ~aa~ IU~'i~ ~,* callers with Mr. and Mrs. Obie | Johnston and Bonnie. } PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2192 &;gy, P.abb~e, D.q)bw and Do.}~aid Lee Shirley. Adults were his father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands Jr. and Mr. and Mrs, Bert Viands. Harry received some nice presents but the one he had bee,n wis'hing for was a bicycle so Bobby also received one and they are still riding around the farm. All left wishing Harry many more Sunday visitors a.t the home of ,ness. He was unmarried and was happy birthdays. It was also AI- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb were a son of the late Jacob Tilghma4 bert Jr. birthday too and he re- Mr: and Mrs. Lawrence McLean Houser and Martha Haines Hous celled some nice presen,ts. Mr. of Washington, D. C. and the lat- er. Born in Samples Manor he had and Mrs. Rona]d Wries and daugh tars mother Mrs. Mamie Henley spent his entire life there and ,was tar were also present. of West Hyattsville, Md. a member of the SamPleS Manor Sunday visi,tors on Sa~turday Mr. and Mys. Philip Iverson and ~'nurcn o~ c~oo. ~urwvors are one with their narents were M~ o-,~ son Patrick of Hagerstown, Md.' star, Miss Est~her Houser and ,Mrs Wravis Viands and ~'ons were recent visitors at the home threebro~herszDenms H_and Roy &lenn and Jackie of town. Sunday o. oz ~ampzes Manor ana Jesse Olcallers were Mr nnd Mr~ I-ln,.rt, of Mr. and Mrs Fred Davenport. D ................... i Mr. Lloyd Jones Jr. spent a few ~arg'2~n,_Md. The body res}ed at Shirley and children of Middle- days recently in Frederick Memorrne ~acKles ~'uaeral c,nape~ unvi~ way and Mr and Mrs A Buile,' of ial Hospital, Frederick, Md. under und.ay afternoon when rt was re-near Inwnnd m ........ going observa,tion and treatme.n,t dyed to the Church of God at ...... ........ ~wr ann Mrs rcanald Wires ann af.ter becoming suddenly ill. He ~amples rv~anor ~rom wnere 'me ..... f,,.,~..o~ ,,,~ ~,~,~ ,,..,~ .~.~ ~._ daughter C,hervl Lynn of Loud- seems to have entirely recovered .................. V'. ......... ou,n He:ghts ~]a and Mr and now. Carroll Churchy o/fimatmg. Inter.. _...: ;.~., _ ._ r,~,~r~t *,,~ rw.arla' {r, e!~ ,,,~^;~,;.,~, Ivl_rs. l:$11Iy vlanos oI l~an.~on were Recent visitors at the home of ~e~me,ter~'." ............... j ..... ~ Sunday visitors with ,their parents Mrs. Eva Steady were her sister- ..,, - " ...... Mr and Mrs Albert Viands Jr Tne aeceasea .was a re urea ~at an: / '""" ' ' in-law, Mrs. Lois Shewbridge of timore and Ohio Raih'oad brake- ~a ~am~{y.o ......... Port Holabird, Md. and Mrs. R.E. Mr. ann Mrs. bumet~e ~nammin Jolly of Boiling Spring, S.C. man/~, , ,.~_, ,^. of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. C. E. Dudrow received a let ~'~a~[ ~'o'-'~wa~mn ,to ~vh and Stocks and Mr and Mrs William ter on Monday morzling stating EYog:aHard gnf Harper.] e~Msr~: 1~2 ~;B~blbYFf?o'~'n~w~k that Mr. William Evans, the has-M[;ry~i~o band of her niece, the former All- .' Monday afternoon call- Hospital on Sunday but fazled toers with ;~ ....... een O'Boyle was a p~tient in a ' ." ' zv~r and Mrs rcooert r'rye survive dying shortly after birth was "h " /'" -'" - - hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa. under- , ' .. - ": ~ e mv~ers sister Mrs ~:Jiza- Surwvors are me parents and beth Henr and d -" "" ' " going observation and treatment, grandparents Graveside servicesM~s "- Y . ..augn~er-m'iaw Sympto.~ts of illness occurred sad- ~ ". unarms winiam rienry of denly, were held. on Monday at 11 o'clock near the ~sloomery~'" a. m. w~th t:he Beg D M Hughes M - "" ~"" - - - . ".' "~ * r ano Mrs uois James ana Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs and officiating, ln~ermem, in r'airview dau-l~" ~" ' - - "- -- -- B 1i r g ter ~onna Jean oz ~anscn Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Frye of t:eme~ery o va n .... ' ; .... a d Mr Forrest Chamblin of Mid- Charles Town accompanied by the ,Mr. Frank Angelo ol t;marwater dlewa- " ....... ........ y were recent callers wlrn formers daughter Mrs. Raymond Ftorioa i~ v]siUng rem~ives and Mr ...... - ' .... " ......... s ~oner r~enry ann sons near Wilt of Bolivar spent the week- Inenas ];:i tins area. r~e nve~ m the "B" end visiting at the respective MJllville a few miles from Bolivar Mr lan~erMrs ......... homes of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ja for many years and chil . Jonnme M~l,~on cobs in Philadelphia, Pa. and Mr. - ' . - .-. dren of ~VfiHville were call Mrs. Leo ~ain oz rtarpers r'erry er ......... - and Mrs. L. W. Jacobs in West- spent a few days last week in ~ ~ vne~r Dromers ann sister-,in law Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumb- ville, N.J. Charles Tow,n General,Hospital un lin and family. The Junior Class and the Hon- dergoing observation and treat- Mrs. Helen Shirley and son Don or Society from Harpers Ferry Dis merit. aid Lee were dinner guests on Monday with Mrs. Martha Whitt- ington a,nd family in Charles Town. Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Middle way was a supper gues on Thurs day evening with his bro,bherqn- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with the latters pare~n,ts Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fz'itts. Tom- mie and Doris also called on the Easy Terms. Low Down Paymen$, Trade-In. Come in Todayl CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., PHONE 228 CHARLES TOWN, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DOLLAR DAYS ODDS AND ENDS DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL ODDS AND END5 REDUCED 6 Lamp Shades - 16 Boudoir Shades 112 Gift Pottery 10 Sets Revere Wear - 2 Electric Percolators - - 11 Womens Sweaters 11 Womens Sweaters 7 Womens Robes 5 Womens Robes 24 Womens Robes 6 Womens Dresses 6 Womens Dresses 11 Womens Dresses 5 Womens Coats $6.00 4 Womens Coats 3 Womens Coats 5 Womens Raincoats 3 Womens Raincoats - ! 8 Womens Raincoats 4 Girls Coats - 4 Girls Suits 14 Girls Dresses $%00 5 Girl's Dresses - 13 Girl's Jeans 10 Girl's Jeans 14 Womens Shoes 19 Womens Shoes $;L65 8 Womens Shoes 27 Womens Shoes 2 Womens Shoes 19 Childs Shoes 50 Childs Shoes 10 Childs Shoes 5 Mens Shoes 5 Mens Shoes trict High School enjoyed a piq Mr. and Mrs. Royce Smith and nic at Braddock Heights on Mort two children of Alexandria, Vra. day evening accompanied by their spent last weekend with Mrs. teachers and class advisors. Smiths parea`ts Mr. and Mrs. (Mill Mrs. Charles Trundle is a pa- er Webb. tient in C~arles Tow,n General Mr. and Mrs. Allen Davis and Hospital where she has been for son of Charlottesville, Vs. spen:t a the past week. Her many friends few days recently wi:th "Mrs. Day- hope that she will soon be well is' parents ffVIr, and iMrs. Hugh asain. Lloyd on Camp Hill. Mrs. Claude Noland has been Mrs. Lloyd Jones has been very very much indisposed at her home much indisposed a`t her ,home. in Bolivar. She is showing some J Mrs. John Heafer attended grad ~mprovement 'however at thisuation exercises at Bethesda Gen time. eral Hospital in Cinci,nnati, Ohio Sherry Menefee, daughter of on ,Monday night. Her neice Miss 'Mr .a,nd Mrs. Robert Menefee and Dixie Halloway was a member of pupil in the elementary school has the large graduating class of nur- bedn quite ill with a severe attack ses art the above ~Methodist Hospit of measles and confined to her al. home for ten days just returning to school on Tuesday. Mrs. S. N. Alger of Peters:burg, GIRLS COTTON RAYON BRIEFS " Sizes. to 14 Elastic Leg 4 Pal. $1.0(} 90LLAR DAYS SPECIAL TODDLERS SLEEVELESS DRESSES - Organdy - - Broadcloth Sizes 1 to 3 $1 00 ~0--~ ~--~ S~~ TODDLER SHORTS - Sanforized Playette Poplin -- Polished Cotton Sizes 2 - 3 4 For $ .00 OOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL JR. BOYS PLAY SHORTS StriDes, Denims, Twills, Gabardines, Chambray, Seersucker Sizes 4 to 10 For $ .00 "}OLLAR DAYS SPECIAL Va. recently visited her sister Mrs. -- - - S. D. Meadows and tamily near BY Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Bolivar and also visi'ted her scan S. N. Alger Jr. in Herndon. Vs. Surprise Party The latter with his family are pre paring to leave for Belg,ium Congo The children of Mrs. Robert to become Missionaries. Plans are Frye surprised her Thfirsday the being completed for leaving ~bout 21st with a surprise birthday par the middle of Jupe for the far dis ty. Those present were Mr. and I[ ' " tant land. 'Mrs. William Frye and son Bo*bby. ...... John Li,btleto.n, sophomore in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of R E D U C E D Harpers Ferry District High Brunswick, Md., Mr. Sylvester Mr and Mrs Joe SChool won the award for t~he Frye of Bethesda, Md., Mr. and ...... present were . . ........ Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ran- ' " of ed most outstanding stuaem, ,m son. T~,o large birthday cakes cen 4 MENS SUITS $19.00 Milton and daughter IAnda C .... and Mrs R L~"caence curing l)he past school ar Cliff ~arm Mr .... t " " ~a " nald M aha: erm ~he award was ff~ven by the tered the t~ble baked by her dau __areas Sr., Mr. Do ndag'Mrs "local" Woman's Clad" ~zhter Anne Belle and one by her 9 Mens Topcoats $10,00 of Charles Town, Mr. a . v Kevin of Mill Mr and Mrs Perry Eacktes and da,l~hter-ln~law Mary Frances. Floyd Milton, son - ...." - = . . " - 28 MENS PANTS $2.22 ' f CnllQren Ol e'reQel'iCKSOu.rg va Potato chips, weiners, cheese, sand v~,lle Mr. and Mrs. John Milton o , W,al~.wn ~-~,.rn spent the weekend wi,th the for- wiches, nuts and ice cream. Mrs. ................ me Frye received some nice presents. 13 MENS JACKETS $~.00 .......... rs mother Mrs J L Eackles .- ~'rienas are gma m near vrtat Mr and Mrs acla~, ~'o.,,r~,~,*~'~ All left mother wlxhtng her many Mrs. Floyd Walter. a former re -,~r u,~J ...... ,~,~ ..... ~ ..... more Happy birthdays. I almost 10 Wool Sportcoats $12.00 de~t of t~'s v H!age .now ~i g repair work to t~heir lawn at their forgot Mr. Robert Frye was also w~vn ner araug,n~er mrs. r'ranz hom~ n .... ~]~ .... ~ .... '~- there. 2 White Sportcoats $18.00 Temple of Winter Park Flo ~du~ ' " .... " -i ths ago two trailer trucks wen`t Birthday Party ~s convaiescang nicely a~ter De ng :o ' ,...... ~..... 3,1 Mens Dress Shirts $1.33 ,.~.~,,~:, .... ~,, ..... , u,t of control go,.~ uvw, .~z.~,~au- Mrs. Harry Shirley gave her son In a t~u~t,~r~, ~ ~,~.~z, rbzz ~ o. .~o,- t's Taq,ll or,~l *ho ,.,,~t. oomo ,. o ....... f hi h she suf -.. .................... Harry Jr. a birthday party on Sa~ 4 Mens Bathrobes $4.00 SUI~ OI a Iall tom w C ' . " - -r - hi ~h ho' s in stop on the above law,n w~,th the urday event,rig the 23Td on his [erea a arozen !lp.~ e o.pe result of the l~awn being badly rgnth birthday. A large birthday 3 Boys Sportcoats $6.00 me sear IUl~ure vo Ily to un,ari~ ~...a ,~. ...... .~ ..:, ,.,,, ..... , ,,~ ~ ..+~..~. a .... d,e.maged ........ ~a~ a,,u u,, r.m cake with nine dandles cen~tered Boys Sportcoats $4.00 con to ,,sro w.~....er ..~,,~...~..-, e s 4 d the gpa s over a very large the table baked by his mother. ffhter Mrs. Al,bert Ooode. Her pres ~,,o .o, ~.~ o , ......... :~ ~ ent address is 271 Brewer Ave. ~,~iz~'~)"~be c~:ne~ ~?L"_""wi~'t~ Ice cream, candy, nuts and bub- 3 Boys Sport Suits $3.00 Winter Park Fin ' , ,~ u a unu ble gum and a,lso a weiner roast '~ ' ~." otherr epairs. We u.nderstand the was served out doors. Those help 43 Boys Twill Pants $1.99 wrs. Merlin rtoaerick and dau cost of repairs ~as nearly $2000. ing Harry to celebrate were Jack- g~ter Marlyn spent the past week Each ,and every member of the ie Glenn, Mary and Nancy Via,rids 3 Boys Jackets $3.00 end with her parents Mr. and locM IAoos Club wish to ~thank Mrs. O. D. Mm,Phy of near Mar- all of those Who cor~tribu~ed ~o,the 31 Boys Sport Shirts 88c tins,burg. Sigtrt ,Conservation Project recent Mr. and Mrs. Alor~a Welsh and ly. The resu!lt was very grit,lying FORT DRIVE - IN 3 Boys Flannel Shirts 44c three daugl~ters aod Miss Patsy and was deeply ~pprecl@ted. On Route 340---2 Miles West 2 Mens Clipp were vtsi,tors Sunday after "Mlss Grace Wer~tzell of Wash- noon. wl~h Mrs. Welsh's brother- ingon, D. C. former n~tive of Har of Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. Work Jackets $2.00 in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. pers Ferry visl'ted Mrs. C. E. Dud 6 Mens JOhn Wll, lingham of near Cherries row for a short while on Tuesday. Thurs.-Fri. May Work Jackets $3.00 Town. Pa sy was an overnight Mr. B. "M. Stall,trigs has improv- TWO BLOOD-CHILLING guest on Sunday wl!th the Welsh ed his property on 'Washlnffton THRILLERS! 7 White family. Street by having It ,pa~in,ted. "THE KING OF HORROR Painters Overalls $1.00 Mr, and Mrs. ~pe,ncer Smoots A surprise birthday d~in,ner was SHOWS" ~ho h~ve llved for the pa~ few served at ~he home of ~Mr. and "I WAS A TEENAGE 5 Mens Work Suits $2.00 years in the former C. O. Wrl~ Mrs. Douglas Bowers in Bolivar home moved recer~bly to Orleans on Sunday ~n honor of their aun,t FRANKENSETIN 8 Mens Work Shrits 50c Va. Mr. Smoots was employed on Mrs. Beb~le IA,t~tleton and their ALSO-- the Robinson Orchard Farm. daughter Carolyn of Bolivar and "BLOOD OF DRACULA" 3 Bedspreads $6.00 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Unger of In Mr, Tom O'Brian, step ~f~ther of "It's the sercechiest, scar- wood spertt several d~ys this week M.rs. Bowers of Hy~sviHe, Md. A test, Horror Show that ever 8 Drapes $3.00 witch their son-in-l~w and dau- lovely l~ir~hday dinner was served popped your eyeballs or made 21 Dacron Curtains $4.00 ghter Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll .in honor of ~the three members of! your blood run cold." rand family Mrs, Curt'oH and three 4~he fa;m,Hy w'ho were all surprised, 13 Better Drapes - $4.0,0 sons spen~ the weekend wi~h her at ,the honor s~how.n them on their] Sat. Only May 30 '9 parents Mr. and Mrs. Carrol,l. rtat'al day. Mr. O'Brian. a n,~tive GIANT DUSK TO DAWN Wamens Uniforms $1.99 Boyd Brown and brother Tom- of Jefferson county was recently SHOW! my were visitors Sunday after- released from a hospl~t~l where ,he NO ADVANCE~ IN 3 Sidewalk Bikes $12.00 noon in Middle~ay visiting his un spent three months. ADMISSIONS 2 Tricycles . $6.00 cle and aunt Mr. a~d Mrs. Joe 'Mr. and WIrs. John 1~oster 'and "STEEL BAYONET" Barnes. daughter Meta of IAme Kiln, Md, with Leo Glenn 5 Riding Horses $4.00 Sunday wfternoon coJtlers a~t the recently visi,ted wt the home of "TROOPER HOOK" home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ~VIr. and .2VIrs. S. D. Meadows near 4 Baby Carriages $5.00 Cl,ipp, Walnu, t Spring Farm were Bolivar enroute .to visit ,their son with Joel MeCrea Mr. and Mrs. J@mes N~ohols and a,nd faartily in Montana and ~hey "THE QUIET 4 Upholstered c~aildren of ~ttephen Olty. Va. azad will also visit a neice "Mrs. F_A,iza .... AMERICAN" Rockers - $5.00 Mr. a.nd Mrs. Ezra Cam,pbell and beth KowaH in Chicago. Ill. with Audie Murphy 2 Table and their daughter Mrs. Frances Shoe Mrs. Jo~an E. Cootie of Charles "THE BLACK SLEEP" rn~ker of Charles Town. Towla s,pent the weekend a~ the Chair Sets $3.00 ,Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Welsh home of "Mr. and "Mrs. Kenneth with Lon Chaney and family of Rochester. N. Y. are on Camp Hill. --FREE COFFEE-- 2 RUGS - $1.50 spending several days 'w~kt his par "Mrs. Lena V~hlte is a pa~t~ent in During the Last Feature. en~s Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Welsh. ~,ings Daugl~ters Hospital in "Mar Sunday and Monday 7 RUGS - $1.99 Mrs. Arch C~rroH has returned tin.~burg where she is faci,ng sur- from Arlington. Vs. where she vis gery. May 31 - June 1 19 RUGS $2.99 lied relatives for seevrel weeks. Mr..and "Mrs. Charles Ka .ser of "Crazy Kids---Living to a 7 RUGS - $3,99 Mr. Henry. Cli.pp is making re- Falls Church, Vu. were recent visl wild Rock 'n Roll beat." l~Irs to the froe~t porch on his tots .~t the ~home of Mrs. ,B. F. "HIGH SCHOOL 1 RUG - $5.00 home on Walnut Spring Parm. Eackles. "Mr. Kaiser lived in ~his BIG SHOTS" area many years ago and a~tended ALSO--- 1 GOSSIP BENCH $5.00 President calls talks on defense :~b,~l here. "T - BIRD GANG" 6 Kitchen Chairs $3.99 spending. "Mrs. Fred a Bowers. 'Mrs. Alton ,'Muse and "Mrs. "My~le McAboy "Murder at 120 miles per II _ I _ ~l of HaTl`town were Monday evening hour." 4 Corner Shelves $1.99 T H E (Mrs.VisitrSDoulasat theBowers.home ~f Mr. and Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. 5 Nick Nack Mrs. Heqen Beck of Washington June 2, 3 and 4 Shelves - $2.99 HELVIN T STRIDER CO D Ct iS st~y~n'g w~Vh her .nei,ce "20,000 Anguished Girls 2 Magazine Racks $3.50 , Miss Eleanor WthtCe wh~le ~e lat- Wrote this Blistering Story." ters mother is hospH atizecl. "UNWED MOTHER" 2 Yacht Chairs $2.88 C O L O N I A L The local High S hool Band will Shockingly True! 12 Bedroom Lamps $2.00 play the "Memorial Services to Only Too Real! FUNERAL HOME be held in Fair,Jew Cem~ery in ALSO-- 2 Table Lamps $8.00 Bol,ivar on S~uturday, "May 30 at "JOY RIDE" Char]~ Town 11 o'clock A. IM. , 1 Table Lamp $14.00 Death of Samuel Houser "HOT CARS---COOL PAR- S~vmuel Til~hm~m Houser, o.ged TIES--EASY DAMES" 8 TV Lamps - - $3.00 Shepherdstow 76 years of ~m~ples "M~nor, "Md. RECOM2VIENDED FOR ADULTS ONLY 1 Floor Lamp $10.00 35 - Telephones - 162 near H.arpers Ferry died in 'he No Advance in Admissions Western iMaryland Hospital on I Frictay, ~V~ay 22 after a long ill- II I BOYS l0 OUNCE WRIPED DENIM JEANS Sizes 4 to 12 Zipper Fly Tapered Legs $ .00 '}OLLAR DAYS SPECIAL WOMENS BABY DOLL PAJAMAS 7 Mens Shoes 25 Mens Combed Cotton Batiste Wash 'n' Wear Sm. Med. Lge. .00