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Miss Ca 'ol e Rissl -6fi nassas, Va spent de weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R~sler mud son Jo~e. e YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR OPENING SAT. JUNE 8 Rt. 522 5 Mi. North Of Win ch ester FREE PRIZES To Every Man, Woman & Child ALSO DOOR PRIZES Will Be Awarded EVERY HALF-HOUR No purchase necessary. Register anytime Thurs, F 5. or Sat. You don't have to be present to win when your name is called. F-R.E-E REFRESHMENTS RADIO STATION WHPL will broadcast direct from our storo on SATURDAY From 1 to 2 & 3 to 4. Come & See What's New In WESTERN WEAR Mrs. Robert P. Leonard, of Harpers Ferry, GOP candidate for the of delegates from Jefferson County, served as a member of the staff of the Woman's Division of the Republican National Committee and in the above picture she is shown to the right, being greeted by Mrs. Richard Nlxon, when they met last month at the 16th annual Republican Women's Conference held in Washington, D. C. OBSTETRICAL Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mahoney, Junction, W. Va May 29, 1968, a glrl. Mr. and Mrs. John L. McDonakl Halltown, W. Va May 29, 1968, a WESTERN SHOP ROUTE 522 5 Miles North Of WINCHESTER, VA. SATURDAY, JUNE 8 boy. Mr. and Mrs. Cleal Hose, Shep- herdsfJ~wn. W. Va, May 30, 1968 a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Norrb', Harpers Ferry, W. Va May 30, 1968, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Loudan Knoxville, Md Route 2, May 31, a girl. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Carson. Charles Town, W. Va. June 2 SCOTT & WHITE PHONE 725.2182 Ethical Pharmacists CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 0O0 Dr. Family When y o n r prescription bears this label you knew you will benefit from the 535-6885 THOMAS JEFFERSON LOVED THIS: A private drive through the rustling pines sets off this two.bedroom home, with two baths, on acres overlooking the famous gap at Harpers Ferry. Here the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers join, creating one of the most stupendous views in America. May 23-tf- U. S. SPECIAL FOR General" Services Administration In McLlean, Va. Protect people, materials, data and intelligence information vital to national se~rity. $4,995 PER YEAR SALARY: Special Policemen check passe~, direct traffk escort #Jsitors, pro~t entrances, etc. Uniforms are provided and maintained Applicants ~ld be physically fit ~ have had either 2 years experience 2 years as a guard, policeman of good character as to be able to. e o , BENEFITS: U.S. Sp Po cemen are eligible for life insurance, health protection, sick and an- nual leave, and a good retirement. Telephone Mr. McKeever at 202 962-4835, or make inqu at General ces Administration Rein 3, Employment Branch, Room 1030 7th and "D" Streets, S. W. D. C. 20407 TO arrange for Civil Service testing and interview GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON, D. C. I1968, a girl: SURGICAL Mrs. Fern A. W~llingham, Ra~- son, W. Va. Mr. Charley Harris, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Eloise E. Johnson, Ranson W. Va, Mrs. Geraldine J. Foltz, Bruns- wick, Md. Master Jerry F. Welch, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Joan E. Henry, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Doris M. Danner, Knox- ville, Md. Mrs. Evelyn M. Jones, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Master Timothy A. Whitacre, Kearneysville, W. Va. Mrs. Mary M. Cantrell, Ranson, W. Va. Mrs, Leora L. Dillow, Charles Town, W. Va Route 1. MEDICAL Mr. Lewis P. Mello, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Bonita S. Viands, Harpers Ferry, W. Va Route 2. Mrs. Lillie M. Whittington, Har pers Ferry, W. Va Route 2. Mr. Larry Myers, Charles Town W. Va. Mrs. Lena V. Whitacre, Charles Town, W. Va. Baby-Anthony T. Shiner, In- wood, W. Va Route l. Mr. W~lliam S. Brandt, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Suzanne C. ~all, Silv~ Spring, MO. Mrs. Anna M. Hetzel, Bakerton, W. Va. Mr. Granville Penwell, Ranson, W. Va. Mrs. Mary V. Newman, Charles Town, W. Va Route 1. Mrs. Mary E. tiarter, Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Grace R. Warrenfeltz, Cha rles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Harry Shirley Mr. Emerson Brown was admit- ted to the City Hospital in Mar- tinsburg last Monday and under- went surgery on Saturday. At this w~ting he ~s getting along very well. Mrs. Brown has been spending some time with their son, Ronnie, and his wife. Billy Dunson of the U. S. Navy has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Blanche Todd and sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leatherman and daughter, Stacy, of Hagers- town, Md spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ring, Mrs. Naomi Barrov~ has moved into her new mobile home at Leight's Trailer Park after spend- ing 'the winter with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ri, ng and son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seal ~nd Tam- ily ~ere dirmer guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Affstin Dunlap near Inwq l. Roger was hon ed re- ~ntly with a bixthday dinner by his parent% Mr. and Mrs. Joe ] Mr. Joe Brown and Miss Sha- ron Pulse of Ranson were Mon- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and ,family. Our congratulations to Miss Sandra Ring, daugkter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring, who won an hon- or at Spepherd College. This community is very proud of the ones gradua*ing from III I I I Lumber Manufacturer Desires Skilled Workers FOR DIMENSION MILL FLOORING MILL BAND MILL LUMBER YARD WOODS Many fringe benefits and op- portunities for advancement. Apply In Person To: P. W. PLUMLY LUMBER CORP. 600 N. KENT STREET WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA An equal opportunity employer. I Miss Carla Alexander Receives A. B. Degree RM Woman's College MISS CARLA ALEXANDER Miss Carla Alexander, daughter of Mrs. Lester B. Alexander of 317 South Mildred street, Charles To~m and the late Mr. Alexander received an A. B. Degree from Randolph - Macon Woman's CoP lege, in Lynchburg, Va in com- mencement exercises held Sunday June 2 at the college. The speaker in the morning Baccalaureate Service was Dr. Waldo Beach, director of graduate studies in religion at the Duke University Divinity School. R-M WC President William F. Quiilian Jr conducted the afternoon corn mencement program for the 192 members of the largest graduat- ing class in the 77-year history of the college. Miss Alexander, an English major, has been vice-president in charge of ordering for the Skeller a student operated snack bar. She was circulation manager for the Potpourri student literary magaz- ine, and escort co-chairman for the Senior Dinner Dance. She spent the summer of 1967 doing missionary work in Tanzania, East Africa. She is a graduate of Char- les Town Senior High School. Charles Town High School from here th, is year. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Har~ Shirley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring and son Rodney. Mrs. Darrell Hearst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barnes, re. , cently returned ,to he/" home from the Clmmbersburg Hospital where she had been quite ill. William J. Brown Is Named To Faculty Of Montgomery Jr. College WILLIAM J. BROWN Announcement was made this week by Dr. William Strasser of Montgomery Junior College, Rock ville, Md of the appointment of William J. Brown, of 814 High street, Charles Town, as associate professor in the physics depart- ment of the college at the Rock- vitle Campus. Mr. Brown has been teaching at the Richard Montgomery High Sehol in Roekville, a position he has held for three years. Previous ly, Mr. Brown had held the prin- cipalship at the Charles Town High School from 1960 to 1965. Mr. Brown obtained his B. S. degree from Salem College and his M. A. degree from West Vir- ginia University. He has done post graduate work at W. V. U Case Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Stud- ies, University of North Carolina, Randolph-Macon and Western Maryland Colleges He has been on the summer factllty, physics department, College of William and Mary since 1963. the school on Wednesday evemng, May 22, with a very small attend- ance due to the fact that many of the members were partieiimt- ing in the Jefferson County Band Concert and had a practice ses- sion on that evening. The meet- ing was opened by singing "West Virginia Boys and ~irls" followed by the 4-H Pledge and the Pledge to the Flag, after which the eve- ning's Devotions were led by Theresa Jenkins. Mrs. Floyd Simons Mrs. St, aa C m P.T.A, Meeting - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sager at- tended the Baccalaureate sermon The final mee[ing of the Par- at Berryville, Va. Sunday night ent-Teachers Association for the of of the granddaughter, Linda 1967-68 school year was held on Day, who is in the graduating Monday evening, May 20, with class. about twenty members in attend- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sager, Mrs. ance. Being the fi.nal meeting, Effie Sager. Mrs. Mamie Fries, officel~ were elected to take of- Mrs. Donald Brumback, Mrs. rice with the ,beginning of the Ethel Sager and Mr. Kenneth new year. Those selected were: Sager attended the funeral of President, Frederick Longerbeam Miss Bracie Good in Strasburg, Sr.; vice.president, Collins Under. Va. on Saturday. wood; secretary, Mrs. Ernest Ru- dolph and treasurer, Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spates and son moved Saturday from 2nd. Boyd. Ave. to N, Mildred street in the Several committees had been O'Brian property. Mr. and Mrs. appointed at the April mee~ng Truman Bradley who recently and the president, Mr. Frederick vacated that apartment, moved Longehbeam, called upon the to their residence on the Lee- chairmen for reports. Plans were town Road. discussed for the covered dish Vacation Bible School supper which will be held at the There will be a Vacation Bible school on Monday evening, June School at the Bolivar Pentecos- 3, to honor the sixth grade stu. tal (~hurch of Christ, starting on dents and all pupils of the Sum- June 10th, from 6 p. m. until m~t Po'mt School and their par- 8 p. m. each evening. Mrs. Ruby ents are urged to attend. Mrs. Scott is in charge. Mrs. Scott in- Ernest Rudolph is the chairman rites everyone to attend. of the committee in charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Albert supper and assisting her are Mrs. and son Todd, and Miss Sandy William Gfl)bs, Mrs. Thomas Spates of Brunswick, Md Mr. Housden, Mrs. Col, Ires Underwood a~d Mrs. Doleman. o)4m~)~a~.o~o~o4m~ The playground committee has BE SURE TO SEE made plans for seesaws to be erected on the school playground and completion ot~ these is ex- pected ,before the beginning of the next school year. Several other projects were ta- bled at this time with plans made to ~open them next term, after OF BIG VALUES which ~ ,meetJng was ad- THIS WEEK journed. Sttbmitted 'by Mrs. Bar- bava J. Longer earn, reporter. N E W B E R R Y ' S 4-H-Meett,- Charles Town Store The Busy Bees 4-H Clu, b met at ~o~e.o4mDoge~og~o4m~c ROCK of AGES MEMORIALS AUTHORIZED DEALER C. E. DARNER & SON, INC. 360 DUAL HIGHWAY -- HAGERSTOWN, MD. Rock of Ages Monuments & Markers Barre.Guild Monuments & Markers Comolli Granite Monuments & Markers Southern Granite Monuments & Markers Also: Corner Posts & Lettering of all Types For App ;mtment Please ,Call: HOWARD F. MYERS, JR. Daytime 304-267-2076 After 6 P. M. 304-267-2412 -Martinsburg, W. Va. All Workmanship Guaranteed In Writing. ]and Mrs. James Taulton, Miss Di. [anne Taulton and Tammy and ~Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spates and ] son were Sunday dinner guests of t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates. ] Birthday Supper The Ranson Helpers Club will hold their birthday supper June '6th, at ~6 o'clock. Every member is urged to attend and bring a covered dish. Mrs. Anna Kemp, Mrs. Norman Costello, Miss Dawn Shaffer, Michael McKee and Timmy Shaf- fer spent Memorial Day in Ann- andale, Va. with the former's daughter, Mrs. Henry Wolfe. Mrs. Ruth Pepple of Johns- town, Pa age 74, widow of D. Riley Pepple, died on May 31. She is survived by three daugh- ters; Mrs. Willard A, Margaret Lynch, Ranson; Mrs. Pauline P. Walters of New York; Mrs. La- vana Muller of Hampstead, L. I. and two grandchildren; three brothers; Wilbur C. Leventry, of Elton, Pa Robert M. Leventry of Toledo, Ohio, Donald M. Leven- try and a number of nieces and nephews. Services were held on June 3 from the Henderson Funeral Home in Johnstown, Pa. with in- terment at the Everett Cemetery in Everett, Pa. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEIrS THUR SSD 2kY JUNE 6, 196.8 Today Is The Tomorrow We Thought BY CHARLES J. W. Many stories dramatize the greatness of Lincoln. example. Lincoln was riding in an open carriage with a large owner. When they passed an old colored man, the slave tipped his hat. Lincoln smiled and tipped his hat in nowledge the courtesy. Thoughtfulness for and toward others are trademar~ men. They see and respect a dignity in their fulness, instead of thoughtlessness, in attitude and been and always will be a pretty good yardstick to character. SMITH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA For the benefit of those people of Chaxle Town and Jefferson who may not have the opportunity to be a "sidewalk su the construction work on our new banking headquarters we plan to you a pictorial progress report on same from time to time and this one shows the steelwork and brick masonry work which has moving along on the new $400,000 building. Completion date on the is about November 1, with bank officials hoping to be banking business from it by the end of this year. Paying 5% Interest On Certificates Of Deposit And 4% Interest On Savings Accounts Dealer Fever hit the Good Who wear those white hats They're offerin" such high Other dealers think the) Loaded with comfort, luxury, performance, extras and options. Stan- dard equipment includes big V-8 engine that runs like a dream on i regular gasoline, loam padded seats and dozens of safety features. And the Dodge Boys offer over 100 options on Polara. Make it over into your image. Yet it'~ low priced the way you'd expect the Good Guys tO price it. The Dodge Boys are making great truck deals, too E. WASHINGTON ST. --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.