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HURRY ! SAVE HURRY E SAVEI _ +'l iil Ii , ,'" ~i ~+ m+,+ ...m,~,+, --. .... ,,L .~. --.~..,., +TT1+7r-+'~, ~" , II I I I ] I Within the four wall you find Warmth xperience and sonal in ou Well | You Most Welcome O V ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE ia and Mr. and Mrs. Donella of Youngstown. Ohio. Mrs. Phil Bell has returned to ~4a~'~'J'~c'J'J:,cf',s'.~',f'~"J'J:+c~P,~ her home after accompanying her Deferred From Last Week daughter, Mrs. William Craig, of Mrs. Nellie Ritenour was guest Richmond, Va., to Orlando, Fla. of honor at a birthday dinner where they were the guests of given by her son and daughter-. Mrs. A. M. Craig for several days. in-law on Sunday. ReD. and Mrs. Wilbur Gross and Weekend guests of Mrs. Virgin- daughter Patricia of Covington, ia Shull of Kearneysville were Mr. Virginia spent Monday visiting [and Mrs. Calvin Collis and daugh Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Jacobs. ters Linda and Vicki of Essex, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jacobs and Md., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fur- daughter, Mrs. Raymond Wilt, ley and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bolivar spent last Wednesday Dis- Rowe of Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hough and family of Ranson, W. Va. Mrs. Esta Arnett along with her son Carl Day and children of Berryville, Va. spent the weekend of May 6 with her son, L: C. R. D. Franklin Day in Louisvilee, Ky. and while there attended the Kentucky Derby. Mrs. Berkeley Custer and her daughter Beverly spent Thursday and Friday in Baker!on helping the farmer's sister Mrs. Strother Morrison move. in Cumberland, Md. Will Give Examination For Custodian Vacancy Charles Town Postoffice The Board of U. S. Civil Ser- vice Examiners, U. S. Post Office, Charleston 1, W. Va., today ann- ounced an examination for the position of Fireman-Laborer at the Charles Town, W. Va. post g--B THURSDAY, office, experience and Applicants for these positions to the duties of the must actually reside within the sons interested in a] delivery area of the post office obtain a copy of the named above or be bona fide pat- ment and application rons of that office. ihe above post office These positions are restricted Executive Secretary, by law to persons entitled to vet- S. Civil Service Ex~ eran preference, and applications 114-A, Post Office accepted.frm non-veterans will not be leston 1, W. Va. '~ A written test is not required. Applications will Applicants will be graded on their until June 22, 1961. Visitors with the Slushers and Wilsons, Rose Hill Farm, Leetown were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wil. son, Jr., near town, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ann Clem and two children, Becky and Gary of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bohrer. Martinsburg. Mr. Page Custer who has been a patient in the Brook Lane Hos- pital, Hagerstown, Md. returned to his home on Tuesday. Mrs. G. E, Vickers of East Con- gress Street and her daughter and grandson. Mrs. Harry Ash- craft and Jeff of South Mildred Street spent the weekend in Ral- eigh, N. C. visiting Mrs. Ruth Tribby and daughter and son-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Sam Townsend. Little Eddie Ashcraft spent the weekend with his cousins Joyce Ann and Cindy Vickers, Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Cash had as their guests over the past weekend the litters sister Mrs. Jack Bayer and her husband of Philadelphia.,Pa. and their cous- ins, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Censer of Sharpn, P.a. and Mr. and Mrs. J. DiMaib Of" Youngstown, ohio. I Mr. and Mrs. Rondo Smallwood Mrs. Beatrice Hough and Mrs. Pauline Jette attended the funer- al servmes for 1Vfr. George Rohr. WHAT A CHANCE TO SAVE! WHAT A TIME TO STOCK UP FOR SUMMER! WHAT A LUCKY BREAK FOR BUDGETSI Terrific Buy In Sleeveless and Sunback Cotton Dresses / ...... ~ . T TODDLER BOY'N GIRL I A ~, .. ,..,, . ,,., ..... back of Daniels, Md. last Friday. t;ommunlty t;ornersmne lnce l Ti Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rutherford SPECIAL BUY! SHORTS }'D0"" what yo . of Baltimore, Md. returned to GIRLS' JAMAICAS F0I Charles Town with them for art MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION overnight visit, want, wu-'..,,, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashw0od . Sizes 1 to3 wa.! it''. Ann Clem and two children ' Becky and Gary of Ranson visited ' " . ,,, A Selection Of Denims, . +3-6x 7t.. ,. Iv ."o"r'Dl ,nne",+ Mr. Donald Clem in Winchester, ' [will, Pophn, Seersucker, Virginia on Sunday. Sturdy Cottons Take To PoPular Boxer Model-. , Recent guests of Mrs. Esta Am- [to be holding although qccasional my friends, ett of Ranson were Mr. and Mrs. New Fashion Colors! Blue, Brown, Green, Char- Charg~ Card! , .m ~. ~ a.. l causalties continue to occur. We Donald McIntyre l Joe Smith of Bridgewater, Virgin. Side zipper cl0sing, self coal, Navy and Red. [ | ]were expecting the members of __ ia, Mrs. John Huffer, daughter belts. Choice c0ttQn$ in Stock Up For The ripple cord! sateen! twill! SUmmer At This Price I the International Control Commis ........ ..... i sion to arrive yesterday but so far ~~ [ "== TO "l'J[-J+I~ === I this morning l've seen no eviden- ~ Miss.es I2 T020 +--k Ai~ #J': ~ . " r ~ Ice of them. Since its only 7 A.M. ""I " I lilT/I R ioow, that doesn't mean much. [ l l"ll 'PlrNl(j I/ Sizes !4% 24 I "lID " [ The area is as interesting, and [ ]['~ ~J[~[ i~[ ]~ I ]'l CHARLES TOWN, W VA + +: [0r, iO0 [the peopm as unusua~ as you nave ~~ .d ..... " " 2 + ' "/ + ' i Iread they are. One does have the ~~ il : SPIRIT- ADVOCATE HAS [feeling of a small country village ' Penneyis :. :~, ~ ~)~ I REPRESENTATIVE IN LAOS land yet the population is as great +,~_~ a-"rown Editor lab Martinsburg's The business /~f--J~i:~A'~"~ ~~*~~ Housedresse " M .x.~ ,, ] section and main street can't cam 2"/~~ ~| ~'~~i||":l~~+~J~| ,.. ............. .} S iplrtt.Advoeate .. ]pare with Charles Town's and yet /[~~ IS-~i! +'~l',l ~Pi:I : t~narles Town, W. va. [there are eighty temples. Among [~[ ~ .-,~,.u ,~,~.~.~+ ~,m,--- Dear Max: ~ I the large cities it is most similar ~ ~:~ a ~[[~ - ~ ~q'~+ ,,m..~'+~, .+,~ There, are twenty.one reporters in [to Bangkok for the people both :~l~i~ ~i~ ~i~]l:iii~ ii~'a~.',~.'~:x Ventianee, Laos, where I've been lPlal;es are tram the same racml \~~~//J :i~ ~,~ [ii~]li~]Ill~i~r,~.;~..p.~.~i]l for the past week and ,thought Iand cultural background, k~~1 !i[ i| II !] ~.~i~:~'/~+~'~ , you'd liketo know. that. the Spir-] I had several days in Bangkok ~~/ !i| ii] li~ i!I ~i|,]|l~il ~i "~ ~ it of aetterson-Aavoeate nab a I at the end of April with the faro- ~~" !il P..i!i ,t.:!i l+l't++ll [:] tmi ~1 la I representative here too. lily but after returning to Saigon ~ ~ ~"J ~f$~ .~ ~ I~ Their means of transmission is left them there to come up and PENNEY'o 28-PIECE PLASTIC faster than mine so I fear i can lend a hand here. OI(~1%TIP ~t11~."IP I~ 11:IITI+I(21~.'1P PI~IOl~.i~ " ' " " o our --*'~""~ ~''+" "~' "-"-"+" ......... give little of news value that ,sn t W,th best w~shes to y u, y ......... SAVE.+ BETTER QUALITY repetitive. The cease fire seams family and through your paper to Just 88c gets you this complete service for four. Set HURRY I SAVEI . . .. . HURRY SAVE! II THIS BRAZIER Kills Roots and AII t Won't Harm Grass I IS A BARGAIN I . IN EVERY WAY! I chrome-plated grid has carry handles! grid lift .... easy.turn 1 wood-grip crank! NEW! 22-INCH ROTARY BUILT FOR EFFICIENCY! all controls at handles! safety lock handle pre- vents roll-back ! unbreakable plastic engine cover! 2Vz hp, 4-cycle Briggs. Stratton engine! rib-steel deck, more! heavy steel bowl has large push-handles! hour-glass legs are braced wheel-easy ! t WITH... | I NARROW RIBBED COTTON ,CORDS Save on famous Penney cotton slacks! All performers, no ironing! It's Penney Grad model. Men's Sizes 28 to 36 Boys Sizes SHEER COTTON FABRICS HA IDS F0 I $1.00 ur Y n---Pick Out Your Yardage First To Get The Best Selection. COTTON BABY CORD l - " MIX MATCH , l HURRY! ,5, SPORTSWEAR " - Misses sizes 8. to 18 Jmuaiea Shorts Knee Shorts \ Sleeveless Blouses Piece JUNIOR BOYS' - PLAY SHORTS 8 to 18 KEEP COOL AND COMFORTABLE WITH PENNEY SPECIAU VALUE ELECTRIC FANS 20" 3 Speed Portable 3840 CFM $20.00 20" Electrically Reversible 4000 CFM $29.98 20" Deluxe Electrically Reversible $34.98 Boxer Style! Colors ! JUST Zipper fly! Men's 65%, Dacron 35% Sizes 36 to 44 I I Take your pick off narrow rib cotton cords or woven plaids. Full elastic top! Machine wash at medium setting. PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Self Propelled $79.98 Self Adjusting $69.98 I