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, PIRIT OF JEFFERSON r, RMFRS ADVOCATE 8--A THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1939 -- -- service will be Dr. Mary Alice Dou New ,enne, i,,, .ocu+ive Se,+e* ry of the ,al timore Conference Board of Educ From Page One atmn. who will read the scripture J leson and the former pastor of New Penney ]the church, key. Robert H. Hiller inure for the comfor,t of store who is returning from his present patrons. Coveri.ng the floor is asphalt l assig.nment at Westminister, Md. ,~jle in lovely shades of tan and for the occasion which climaxes bown, with brown carpe,Ung ha~, "his eight year pastorate in Charles Town. The senior choir will sing lng been placed in the more appro priate places in the store. " AlNerhood manager of t,he 1o- ~1 store, said this week that man ~geLs of the various departments Of the ,new store will be as follows Mrs. Maureen Jackson, women's fnrnishings; Mrs. Virginia Pierce dry goods and notions; 1YI~ss Dor- othy Dailey, home furnishings; Mrs. Betty Rodeffer, ready-to- wear and millinery; Mrs, Marjor le Grove, girls' wear; Mr. Robert Wrigh, t assistant manager and men's clothing; Mrs. Eva Stone- berger, boy's clothing and work ~tothes; Mrs. Virginia Hoffmaster, shoes; Mrs. Golide Duns, cashier: ~Mrs. Mary Francis Magaha, re- cords; Miss Bonnie Alger, window decoration and David BirkH;t stock room. Their combined years of service to the Penney store numbers 89. The history of the 3. C. Penney 'stores ~throughout the nation dates back to 1902 when James Cash Penney opened ra cash and carry store in a li~ttle frame building in ,the frontier coal mining town of Kemmerer, Wyo. He invested his enire savings-$500-plus $1,500 he borrowed to buy a one-third in- terest in the 25 by 40 foot store. Mr. Penney called his store the "Golden Rule", his idea being to apply the Golden Rule philosophy in his business. Today the Penney stores from coast to coast in ev- ery state in the natAon, form the ,largest chain of retail departmen~ stores in the world. Manager Nerhood said because Che Penney Company is opening ~two larger stores in ocher locales a,t the same time as t~e local store is being opened he did not expect a~y company officials for the lo- Cal opening except the dis'trict manager and possibly managers from nearby Penney stores. Charles Town 1Prom PtLge One w}thin the United S,ta, tes and Alas ka~ Hawaii and Puerto Rico. A na- &it~ of Baltimore, he was educated t)iekinson College, Drew Uni- ~l~,[y and Osford U, qiversity. Wlll, i$1and. He is tJhe author of the ~ent study b,ook, "Met)hodism in &~ka and Hawaii." A],,~6 present for t~he af,ternoon "The Green Cathedral". On the first floor, the new ed- ucational building contains a lar ge fellowship hall which can be used for recreation suppers and class room activities; a s~age which will double as quarters for the Senior Methodist Youth PeN lows'hip; and a moder,n kitchen and serving area. The second floor contains indiv idEal class rooms for grades one through six and provisions for a church school office. By the use of these new facili,ties, the other de- partments-Nursery, Kindergarten, Intermediate and AdulCs will be able to double the area available for their particular activities, and thus relieve the overcrowded c~n- dition which has existed for so long. Planning for the new building was started more than five years ago. The architect is Hugh J. CHf fin, A. I. A. of Rosemont, Pennsy- lvania and the buLlder, S. L. Min- g'hini and Son ,of Mar~i,nsburg. A number of memorials have been placed in the building in memory of former members and loved ones. These include the fur- nish.lngs in the six clas~ rooms grand piano for the PelrlOwship Hall and plaque memoriallz~ing Pra,ncis Asbury, the pioneer Meth odist Bishop in America, who was instrumen4al in star~aing the work in Oharles Town. The public is cordially invited to attend both of tJhese services. Lee Bushong Speaker For Kiwanis Dinner Lee Bushong speaker Lee Bushong, well k,nown local at,torney, will be the speaker for the Charles Town Kiwanis Club dinner meeting Thursday night at hotel Thomas Jefferson at 6:15 p. m. Mr. Bushong will speak abou,t t,he 'American Pilau' and tell much abou, t the history of the flag. Ed- gar R. Ridgeway, member of the staff of Che Charles Town General Hospital joined the Kiwa,nis club last week. Miss Donn,a Gageby is spending t~he week wi4~h Mr. and Mrs. Clais on Hankes a~ Palls Ohurch, Va. .k .g .tt ',i IT'SWHITE'S FOR FOODS ALWAYS" Timq Your of FREE of Clerk Your Car FREE of Charg You All of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i t [ TENDER BANANAS GREEN BEANS lb. 10c 2-1bs. 19c iI 9 IS IT OUT OF DATE--IF SO REPLACE WORN WIRING - FIXTURES - APPIJANCES FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ORDER NOW--THE PRICE IS RIGHT. Whatever Your Wiring Need Is We Are Equipped To Give You A Complete Job. Sales and Service on All Types of Fixtures - Ap- pliances--Air Conditioners Window Fans Ex- haust Fans - Attic Fans. 27 YEARS EXPERIENCE. ALL WORK AND MATERIAL FULLY GUARANTEED. ,' ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 211 South West St. Charles Town, W. "yR. PHONE:--682-J -- 49F-031 -- 28-F-011 ROBERT H. VAWTER, Sales Representative. June 18-1t.-pd. (5-7-1b. Aver e) CAL. PINK MEAT CANTALOUPES FRESH YELLOW SWEET CORN . NEW WHITE POTATOES (B Size) IIII - 2 large 49c - 5 ears 29c - lO-Ibs. 39c P A E SWANSDOWN ASSORTED CAKE MIXES - . 4 pkgs. $1.00 (Lemen Cake- Chocolate Chip Orange Coconut - Banana - Yellow - White) I i I I W e A i f N O W [ O U I P P E D T O T E S T LIBBYS CUT BEETS 10 No. 303" cans S1.00 6 ANDll;|,, seavnCeimum nYUR TRACTORt.zt...', Foe . LIBBYS_SWEET PEAS - 6 17-oz. cans $1,00 rm+e +cl LIDBYz~ DEEP 3 1.15. B OWN BEANS - 4 large No. 2Yl cans $1.00 ' LIBBYS FRUIT COCKTAIL" 4 NO. 303 cans $1.00 ;i+ + ! : ii , ::. Pow., Tok.-O,,. : ' I. I B B Y S . . : ++:!++ CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 4No. 2 cans $I.00 + I, I B B Y S + . SLICED ROSEDALE PINEAPPLE 4No. 2 cans $1.00 I IBBYS . . " " ' SWEET CUCUMBER SLICES. 4 15 oz. !ars $1.00 E E[ E! LIBBYS DILL PICKLES . 3 quart jars $1.00 Let us test your tractor with the NEW A & W TRU-TEST JUST FOR SAVING YOUR CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS: L I B'B Y S ,CANNON BED SHEETS TOMATO JUICE . . . STEAM IRON'S BORDEN'S BISCUITS . DYNAMOMETER and guarantee you better perform- ance. We can make required adjustments accurately and quickly. The cost is low for this service and will save you many dollars in gasoline and time in the field. You'll get more work done and do it better when your tractor is in top condition. You can keep your tractor at peak performance by periodic checking on our new test equipment. Come in, ask about prices. Let us tell you more. AUT0'MATIC DEEP FRYERS SHEN. VALLEY PURE LARD . . IRONING BOARDS KRAFT MAYONNAISE--IOc OFF WEST BEND ALUMINUM NEW PAN DRY FRY . . (See Our Foreman HAROLD BARR EM+PIRE KITCHEN SETS For Arrangements) REVERE WARE TEXIZE CLEANSER--IOc OFF - AND MANY MORE VALUABLE F L U F F 0 .... Fhone 17 'Charles Town, W. Va. PREMIUMS FREE JOY LIQUID--12c OFF - - . 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 - 3 pigs. 25c 3-1b. pkg. 49c -- qt. jar 63c 9-oz. can $1.69 qt. bottle 59c 3 lb. can 79c giant can 57c J. II I t :i!