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@ +, !i '11 I I I i I ] l I i .y BAHK OF CItA IIII II 8--B TIIURSDAY. ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Lois Ann Brewer and Mary Al- bert left Saturday morning with the Charles Town High School Band for a week at Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blue of Martinsburg were callers Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ion Blue. Cindy Hannas, Tricia Collis, Ginny Low Tabb and Bobby Car- ter Tabb had a part in the Ballet Dance Saturday night at the Jun- ior High School. Others attending were Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. Mar- ion Blue and Kathy, Mrs. Warren ----7---- .......... :7?"-2--:--: .... . / :- :-I- "+= = "-+---= --? ............ T +; 7' THE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs, Georgia Pearl I I I II I I I I I I I The Weather One week ago this past Monday morning there was showers off and on all day turning very cold in late evening. Tuesday morning ("hilly 39 clear skies and mostly sunshine all day and another very chilly night. Wednesday morning 40" and I say that is rather cool for June, sunshine and becoming later the sun came peeping throu- gh. Sunday beautiful day and I must say the Blue Ridge moun- tains are a beautiful picture, dog wood blossoms and cedars and pines are very attractive. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were dinner guests Sunday with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Nell Slusher of Ran- son. warmer, temperature creeping up to 80+ Thursday another very Mrs. Ella Hytonen of Falls nice day and "warmer 87 althou-IChurch was a luncheon guest Sat gh with the weather so change-[urday with Mrs. G. C. Pearl. able the gardens and not looking! ,Mr.. and Mrs. Lester, Lo.y of so good but the warm night would Washington, D. C. were amEer boost the vegetation. Friday show guests Sunday with the latters me ers until noon with clearing tem- ther Mrs. Frank Garrett. perature 89" a real swell day. Sat Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor urday rain in early morning and ~Wednesday with her mother Mrs. eral days with her daughter Mrs. Myrtle Wilt of Charles Town. Mr. Mearle Wilt and son David and Mr. Roger Jenkins were bus iness visitors in Falls Church, Va. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. tterman Garrett and Mr. C. N. ttawk and Mrs. Gee rgia Staubs and (laughter Reba at tended the memorial services at Edge Hill Cemetery on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church, Va. enjoyed several days of vacationing at their ranch home at Blue Ridge Mountains. Mr. Ronnie Garza and sons RoE aid and Johnnie of Falls Church, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar rett were dinner guests Memorial Day with rM. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ttardy were guests recently with their son Mr. and Mrs. William Hardy and family of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and family of Purcellville, Va. were visitors recently with the latters (lay morning readin~ t'iflti chapler of Ephes lire chapter of his chose obedience. Visilors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. (I.-C. hOllle were Mr. and Garza and family of Va., Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Bonnie .limmie Viands, parents Mr. and Mrs. ,Iohn Run- ion. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Garza and family of Falls Church, Va. spent the weekend al the stlnllner cot- tage at the farm. Mrs. Annie (h'ove of Charles Town was a visitor recenlly wilh her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove. Many Visit Cemetery Quile a number of friends and relatives visited the Chestnut ttill Cemetery on Memorial Day and paid tribute to their loved ones who were laid to rest there. The sprays and baskets of garden flow ers were beautiful. Mrs. Bessie Jackson was a din- ner guest Sunday with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson of Baltimore, Md. Rev. Lloyd Preaches Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg ular appointment at 11 a. m. Sun ATTENTION AI,L U. MEMBERS Please note change which was June 14, yearbook and it shoub Tuesday June 13 at Mrs. C. D. Boyer, Park. commissions are arguments won, + made. FATHERS DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 21 ANY SHIRT ON THIS PAGE The l'atest styles, fabrics, colors . . . all at famous P enney low prices. MEN'S BUTTON - DOWNS STRIPES COOL KNITS CONTINENTALS ! IIII Collis and Diane, Marlyn Swartz, i home of Mrs. S. H. Stone, Charles ~lz Mr. ,and Mrs. Elmo Hannas and Town. ~~ the I~yle Tabbs. o I Miss Urquhart, daughter of ~~;~ The teachers of Shepherdstown Rev. and Mrs. Russell J. Urqu- ~~i!i[ Elementary School gave a sur- hart is being sponsored by Jack- prise stork shower on May 29 for son-Perks Unit No. 71 of The Am Mrs. Jimmy Locke at Ferry Hill eriean Legion Auxiliary. Miss Kid i~~i[ Ili!%itlil iiii!iit in the dining room. t wiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunbar, Colin, Frank Kidwiler is sponsored by Mrs. Pete Bullock and two child- the Woman's Club of Harpers .:.+,~:.,. ren have returned from a visit Ferry. They were chosen from the l t !!itq with relatives in No rth Carolina. Junior~ class of their respective r~~ Mrs. Virginia Lyydane of Wash- schools as the student best show- ington, D. C. was a weekend guest ing the qualities of Citizenship, 1 411t at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Leadership and Scholarship. Tabb. i They will attend the 19th an- i~ The Blue family had a picnic nual session of Rhodendron Girls Tuesday evening at the home of State at Jackson's Mill, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue. Others June 11-17. Juniors from schools there were Kathy and Tracey all over the state will participate Blue, Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mr. and in the study of Government on Mrs. John Poland, Mr. and Mrs. the City, County and State level Charles Blue, Mr. and Mrs. John by actual practice. Gardner and family, Mr. and Mrs. The home of Mrs. Stone was Warren Collis and family, Mr. and lovely, with the color scheme of Mrs. Vic Blue and family, Mr. and green and yellow being used for Easy-care ~ottons i~ zx~a- t1~sntal style pullovers ~nd button f, ronts; ,bold cot- Agl,-'Totmg" Oent~ .~k" ~,asy - c_2axe ~f~l pull- ton 'n+ Cu om rarons; 0v rs.' dwaxd n ,.,~ew-look rayon '~ acetates .... iSt~ir~leke~'s,:Tt'tttl~ + Im)n'6h~) All wi%h short sleeves, tails, ., ~)~n ~tiver checks. extras! .............. ~mboo .eh~cks. - I I ~ +1 ,, "_ , + - . Surfac~e I n,verest combed cottons. Find boo, necks. % sieeves, polr~ted ,tails, fashioned voll.ars, ribbed underemn inserts, l~iad new placket styles . . . v_~n't/ner~tal looks ! ':-\ .?{I : ,..'..~..+ :i COTTON STRIPES GO CONTINENTAL STYLE. All Penney tailored ~ith ~b~tVton cuff short sleeves, permanent collar stays; ,welt ,pocket. Mrs. Robert Blue, Mr. and Mrs. table decorations and flowers. Jimmy Locke. In the receiving line were Mrs. IVir. and Mrs. Marion Blue and Joseph Cepelka, president of the children visited Sunday evening American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. John Poland Richard Snyder, Girl State chair- in Martinsburg. man, Miss Urquhart and Miss The 4-H Toppers Club met Fri- Kidwiler. day night at the Lyle Tabb home Assisting Mrs. Stone was Mrs. and the 4-H Busy Workers met at James Morison, Mrs. Calvin Flem. the Methodist Church." ~ng poured. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim of Charles Town visited Sul~.~o GO TO ~rl~ SUNDA~ day evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. J. S. Locke and Mr. Robert Blue visited one evening last week with Mr. and Mrs. John HUNDREDS OF COOL SHORT SLEEVESPORT SHIRTS STYLES! FABRICS! COLORS! 'fl $ Cool 3 Button Nurtural Cotton ':N Nylo~ Blend, +Plain Front Tapered Slacks. Sizes 44. Reg. and ,Long. lt I t Blue and Mrs. Mollie Blue and I Mr. and Mrs. Baker Pierce in Ger ] rardstown. Jerry Wilson is home for the summer vacation from Oklahoma University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. LITTLE OR NO IRON Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Link, Mrs. J. S. Locke and Mr. E. M. Coyle were supper guests Sunday even- ~ ~ ~ 111 1]] " " ing with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue a ? SPECIAL and family. It was their 20th wed- - " IllSEELCTION m ding anniversary. I S ..t IIi COTTON III Mr. Taylor Winkler and Doug- ie visited Tuesday with Mr. and I ' CORDS Mrs. Franklin W inkier at Pike- " i men s waist Ill Ill Mr. and~ Mrs. Clay Smith were sizes 28 to 42 $ .33 dinner guests Wednesday with Ill Ill Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winkler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gardner of Shepherdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Winkler and family of Come get shadow plaids of Dacron polyeste Pikeside were callers Sunday ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and rayon in plain front and pleated style. Winkler. Find Dacron polyester and combed cotton t. t]/ ,I uTI"Oufl'L--'s"WO 'Iefl$ must be appointed for the said blend bengaline weaves from Galey & Lord minor child, and that on the 24th . . . a amart new cross dye look in Penney s day of June, 1961, the Court sit- plain front University model. On Washday? 0f Girls State ting at the Court House in Mar- Machine wash and dry, touch up iron. You'll tinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia, at 9:30 A. M. (D. S.T.) want several pairs at this Penney low price! Honored At Stone Home will appoint a next friend for the , , SLIPPERS 1.98 re' said minor child and shall take , ,, L ..... , I ' ,,, , i ,, * r --BUY IT AT-- A tea honoring Miss Carolyn Ur testimony as to whether said child quhart ()f Charles Town High has b~en abandoned. 0 VALLEY HARDWARE __._ School and Miss Mary Emma Kid .W.M. JONES ............................ :~ ......... " : '" ,:~'':;: ............. :::""': ................................................... : .... ' , :" ............... .~:..,.. m! ': ...........:::: : ...... wiler of, Harpers Ferry High Clerk of the Circuit Court ~i;~!i! {i iii i~i}~ii iii~i; [i!i;iii;i $ -AW ,Y ,., ,,x,,, ,,... w,,, ::::: :: ::': :.- : : : : :" : : ~: ; :: : : : : : : : ; : ~: k;!: ::; :i : ':;~::: :~: i:::::'~.,: : : ;: : :::~ ~ ~: : 2 ;: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:-:::: ~::: ::: : ::: : ::: ::~:: :~ : : : :... ~:;: :: ;+:;:: : : :: :-:-: : : : : ..:,.-:,:+:+:. . " CHAS|I PHONE 278 School who recently were named of Jefferson County, West ...................................................................... ......................................................... .......................................................................... ............................................ -- .... as Citizens of Girls State, was Virginia TOW~ W. VA. given afternoc,n June 8-2t- COOL .~ SOLAR Sizes to $11.98- i. .L i $3.98 GIFTS FOR NECKTIES - - " JEWELRY 1.00 BILLFOLDS + 2.00 BELTS 1.00 SOCKS 39c SPORT COATS PAJAMAS -2.98 ROBES - ,- 5.95 $ JACKETS 4.98 $