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' that EXTRA SPECIAL Guy from b'OR DIID KASTLE'S MEN'S SHOP IN CHARLES TOWN :iC ..: WE HAVE JUSTWHAT HE ALWAYS WANTED -- FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY JUNE 18th Fund Walk Successful walk to help fight heart disease June 4th and was considered to success. Walkers came from many and pledges for over $1,500 were of the highlights of the walk was Rev. Wrum, shown above, who is pastor of the Charge consisting of Leetown, Mid- and StLmmit Point Churches, par- in the walk. He just had open Heart April 27th, 1978. He is originally from County near Elkins, W. Va., and has the Charge for about a year. fund-raiser for the event was Mrs. who raised well over $300. This was Walk for Heart in Jeffei'son County and go to the Jeffersor County Heart of which Robert D. Ott is the He would like, to say thanks to all Who so graciously helped in the event to SUccess. Dianne and Judy in Frederick and motored to Greenbrier to spend the day sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 725-9098 Kostecka and sons of Sterling [Park, were Sunday dinner Shutts of J guests of the latter's fath and Mrs. Florence] wife, Earl and Linda Poston. Edith Fisher of Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts l; Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. n and Mr. and 1 Baker Penwell and family. Mrs. of Mr. and] Fritts is recuperating very Breeden and '1 nicely at home. Mr. and Mrs. William "Bill" BreedenandMiss Coates and daughter recently s Were weekend l moved into their newly build Judy Housden in] home that Mr. Coates just d. On Sunday, Mr. I recently finished. e SOmers and Miss I Mrs. Betty Eusey has returned joined Shelly, to her home after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo and granddaughter Karen, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kretzer and children, and Mrs. Mary Kershner in Hagerstown, Md. They visited the Rest Haven, Rose Rill and Harmony cemeteries on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Richards, Jr., and daughter, of Middleway, and Mr. and Mrs. James Richards. Sr., and son, were Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Richards and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo and granddaughter Karen, were visitors with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grove in Falling Waters on Sunday. On their return home they were guests of Mrs. Raefell Ceravalo and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Largen in Falling Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hough entertained at their home on Sunday in honor of their grand- son, Chuckle Gardner's 9th birthday. A ham and chicken dinner was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns. Mrs. Sally Bell and grand- daughter Jackie Richards, Mrs. Virginia Zombro, of Ranson, and Mrs. Francis Penweil spent Sunday at the home of their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kilmer in Mid- dleway. Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer recently moved to Middleway. Miss Terry Breeden, ac- companied by her mother, Mrs. Bessie Breeden, school friends and guests, went on a sight- seeing field trip to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. One of the interesting spots was the Library of Congress and many other interesting places. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday dinner guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo. Mrs. Robert Brown ac- companied Mrs. Helen Burch to Martinsburg on Monday to be house guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Madeline Eversole. Mrs. Lilla ,'Hayer and Mrs. Francis Penwell were among those from General Electric who spent Saturday in Williamsburg, Va., sightseeing and touring the different kinds of pottery shops. Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts spent Saturday at the home of BAILEY-LAFAYETTE Ill S. George Street, Charles Town - PHONE: 725 - 3043 One of A KIND ANTENNA SALE LIST , SALE -413 36".95 27 00 t • ° e , • •  • • • ° , ° * • * ° ° • • • • • • • • • e . • -325 28 95 23 95 , . , . , . , . , , . , , , ° • e • . e • . e . '175.  26.95 ........ 22.95 H" P PO 5 .............. 35.50 ........ 26.95 N-TE N- POU N DE ........ 29:50 ........ 15.00 BEAM ANTENNAS ER 4 .................. 170.50 ...... .129.95 . ....... . .99.9s T'6 ........ :::: :.: ,4s.9s • 129 95 115 95 "**o..°°.,..=,,,,,,,,, • eee.e•e • mmmR C.B. RADIOS E, COBRA, PRESIDENT, LAFAYETTE SCANNERS REGENCY, BEARCAT IN DASH, RADIOS& TAPE PLAYERS PIONEER, R.C.A., AUDIOVOX, JIL SPECIAL 3=5819 CB hannel display SWR/S/RF meter arning Indicator • Delta tune tone . NB/ANL • PA LIST s199.95 qle $135.95 REPAIRS ON MOST BRAND OF CeBe's STATION FOR GE, PRESIDENT, COBRA l their newphew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands and family. Mr. Chuck Dodson of Frederick, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Somers and Mr. and Mrs. E;z:ood Breeden, accompanied the latter's daughters, Mrs. Judy Housden and Miss Dianne Breeden to National Airport on Sunday. They flew to Orlando, Fla., for a vacation. A surprise birthday party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ella• Brown of the Kabletown Road on Sunday. The party was given by Mrs. Louise Miller in honor of Mrs. Georgie Brown's birthday. Those present were Mr. Harvey Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and Janie, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and children, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Brown and children, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Brown and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Penwetl were hosts to a cook-out at their home on Tuesday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wasson of Ft. Ashby; Mrs. Gleaner Wasson of Martinsburg; Mrs. James Zombro, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts and afternoon callers at the Penwell home were Mrs. Deloris Coates and daughter and Mrs. Sally Bell. Mrs. Ruth Swartz has confined to her bed for the past two weeks and under the doc- tor's care. Recent guests at the Swartz home were Mr. and Mrs. Ardell McFillen, of Berryville, Va.; Katherin McDonald and Leonard McDonald of Mar- tinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz, Mr. Charley Heare and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swartz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. South Jefferson Ruritan Club announce their annual chicken barbecue will again be held at the Bardane Community Center on Saturday, June 17, from 4 to 8 p.m. Senior citizens 75 and over will be served free of charge. All other adults are $3.50 and children 12 and under are $2.00. The barbecue will consist of  chicken, with the Ruritan special sauce, cole slaw, ap- plesauce, baked beans, ice cream, cake, coffee and ice tea. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Selden of Sisan, Va., were callers Monday at the home of Mr. find Mrs. Robert Smith, Jr., and family. .... - - _ - SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725.2240 Mrs. Alice Smith and daughter Ronda of Keyes Ferry Acres, and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughte:s motored to Washington, D.C., on Friday to Constitution Hall to attend one of Jimmy Swaggert's services. An enjoyable evening was had by all. "You can't mean it!" Mrs Hilda Piper entered Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Monday to undergo surgery Mr and Mrs Ronald Haugh of Waynesboro, Pa, were visitors Friday with Mr and Mrs John Whitehair and son. Mr and Mrs Larry Neighringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md, were visitors during the week with Mr and Mrs Floyd Grove and family. Mr and Mrs Raymond Waters and on and Mrs. Thelma Cogle were visitors Monday with Mr and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mr Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md, was a visitor during the week with Mr and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan Mr Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior were visitors Sunday with Mr and Mrs Timothy Stewart and family of Fox Glen Jennifer Cogle was an over- night guest on Saturday with Mr and Mrs Timothy Stewart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mr. and Mrs: Jerry Everhart and daughters were visitors Sunday with Mrs Vanessa EverharL Mr and Mrs Ron Smith and family of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Kim, Cindy and Roxanne Everhart were overnight guests Saturday with Mr. ° and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and family of Fox Glen. Mr. Edgar Everhart and granddaughter were visitors Monday with Mri and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown were visitors during the week with °Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mrs Debra Grey and sons of West Ridge Hills were visitors during during the week with Mr Harvey Longerbeam and son Mr and Mrs Raymond Waters and son were visitors during the week with Mr and SALE DAYS" 8th.gth.lOth MEN'S & BOYS' T-SHIRTS Heavyweight cotton 19TEA knit with novelty MEN'S screen printed de- signs on front. Irreg- I' ulars. Sizes S-M-L- 1"5 xL BOYS' . MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS Polyester/cotton PAIR with elastic waist and drawstring nylon support. Fancy prints and solids in sizes S-M-L-XL. ............ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: DOUBLE KNIT BRAS l ETcH Double knit cups with fiberfill pad. ding. White 34-36A: 32-38B. Nude 34-38B. Reg. 1,99 ea. It's true. The greatest financial risk most of us face is a liability suit for personal injury or death to others either mentalor physical injury - defamation of character - false arrest - any number of surprise causes. An ExceSs or Umbrella Liability Pohcy from Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency will protect you for pennies a day. Moore Insurance and Realty Company Wasbldngon, Alexander and Cooke • Sine, 1870.lSart, Town. V/.₯e. 110 h Geerge .1.. 725.51 i$ . :=i!iii=:ii!!i!!i!i: BOYS' BRIEFS PAIRSsl 100% cotton flat knit with broad- cloth front. Assorted prints in siz 2 to 8. Reg. 59’ pr. q= iii i iii ( FREE P/IRKING ,E. s ro, E Harpers Ferry. J Sandra Higgs and children were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and l visitors on Tuesday with Mrs. son of Park View Trailer Court l Autry Howell of Chestnut Hill. were visitors over the weekend I Mt and Mrs Marshall Grove  with Mr and Mrs Captain]and family of Virginia; Mrs Rndgers. I Donna Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers I Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughter, and daughters were visitors on l Mrs. Ethel Carlbough, Mr. and Saturday and Sunday with Mr. [ Mrs. Blaine Grove and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of[ and Mrs. Paul Grove and son Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy and son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd "Bucky" Chapman, Jr, and children, Mrs. Faye Jewell and daughter motored to King's Dominion on Saturday and enjoyed the day. Mrs. Sharon Ott and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter and Mrs. Audrey Grove, Mrs. Anne Grove, Mr. Harvey Longerbeam and Mrs. Sandra Higgs and family were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dead Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Chestnut Hill were visitors on : Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl i: Grove. Mrs. Geneivieve Grove and Mrs. Patsy Everhart were visitors Monday with Mrs. Audrey Grove. Sunday School Meeting Cancelled at Asbupj The Gleaners Sunday School Class of Asbury United' Methodist Church has cancelled their monthly meeting for this month. W. German donations aid financially strapped GIs. STEREO COI00SOLET[E Plays AM/FM and FM Stereo plus 8-track tape. Slide controls for volume, balance, bass and treble. BSR turntable with diamond stylus, ceramic cartridge, FM dipole antenna and much, much mores FAMOUS LOOK WATCHES Handsomely styled with Swiss movements. Calendars and sweep second hands. Shaded 2 and 3-tone dials. Fee.ted crystals and adjust- able stainless steel bands. -% 67..,. Cool and comfortable in pretty print fronts or all-over prints. Sizes S to 7. LADLES' PQM POM SOCKS Cotton/stretch nylon in white and ptels with pom pore heels. One Size fits 8& tO 11. Reg. 1.00 pr. NEWBERRY ii i BRIEFS & BIKINIS 47,,. Acetate tricot with elasticized legs. Briefs in sizes 5 to 10. Bikinis in sizes 5 to 7. BOYS' PLAYSHORTS PAIR Rugged easy-care fabrics in checks, plaids and solids. Sizes 4 to 7, / in t .'l CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.