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I I I li I I ' I] ll i i i ] [ I " ~ -~' "~ , ~ ," t 4 .... I I i 'If ] iIUW %//IIL l) UI JUIlIUI II 6--A - THURSDAY, JUNE , i --- stalled tque ere; Oh Wher ose TelephoneYourNews to 222 mo,.or .,:. .: . ; hsh GO That Mavor Carson SI ' - , [ land family, lvirs. Smallwoot ce,e-I ," . ,, ~ :~i~':~ii!i~i~iii!i~. brated her 79th birthday on Fri- " * " Dolly Madison GardenI Sunday Services For I Much Interest Beinu[ i day. .., His Costly, Womsome hshmt Trap :~.~':~ ..... ..~(~::'~'.':::v~ % :~ . [ * , [ . ~if :::*~" :~::'~ spent the weekend in Baltimore, Club Installs Officers Jefferson Circuit Shown In Grand Review [ ~ I Md. with their son-in-law and dan If ca}s had a. conscience there is %'ar,'h ~tinues i i i ~ ''hter Mr and Mrs John Ham"tonIne cat in t;naries Town that ,,~,u ,, v. ,. ht Blue 6r*'ee I"- i, The following schedule of ser-['r~ [~,, ~,~,~ hah, 10 i ~~ ~ .... > ~ [and son ;terry an(t also call~ onlwuld .have .to feel somewhat a.I FROM PAGE ua$ Had vices were announced Wednesday sv ~; Jao~ll JUl iO their sister Mrs Catherine Goli- snamea o, ms or ner actions re-w . ........ ]for the Jefferson Circuit Metho. ] ~ ] ~~ i~ [dav and" son ~" [cently if it knew what Nick went den and had managed rne uouy l~.aoison t~arden Club dist Char e b' the new minis There is much interest in the " . " through to catch a small mess of his way to Bardane " hel .... . . g y .ter, . Mrs. John Vmnds of Daytona . o ;.d_~/~!ns[aljallt~n,tfflcers at[the Rev Charles S Reckley: ]Grand Review sponsored by the] ~ ~ IBeach, Flu spent the da Wedneslfish only to have them disappear spent Tuesday night a~ ,u-~.eon nero at me uJue ~rass [ Oakland Church Worshin sser It~narms iown Junior and Senior / "~~~ ~ ] " Y tin much less time than it took to day morning At noon inn Saturaa " - ,- - day with her mother and father- , y, June l'i with Mrs. [vice at 9"45a m ]Womans Club and the Historical [ ~~ ..... :'~-~'. ~ l in law Mr and Mrs Bert Viands I hook them. [he said he decided tot Wi!!iam Co~,!e presiding at the i Wom,,~ .... " ~ ..... ~ ur~oh:..., iSociety. The review will be held [ ~~ ~ !Mrs Viand i~ ;n~n,~in. twn ] It has been said many times ]tinsburg to visit a girl installmetmg at winch Mrs.. ~,Leeds' Riely | 1,';~""~Y'',:~a a. m; anu--~~'~L~"~'~"Y'-~"~v'mmmeway ~nur-at ITuesday,. .Tuly. 18 at the Charles. I ~~~~ ~ I weeks witl~"her"rel~ti~v's"in' a e R'a'n~-I that the best fish stories are those [that. is. where he was h~ ... ed the following, officers for ic -eLl.., ~, ;, IWown Junor High 8:00 o'clock. Tic ] ~~ ~ [son and mother and ther relati ]which did not happen But there he was apprehended I~ m(~ ensuing year. , [ :h-Worship at 8 p.m. [ kets 25c children under 12; adults [ ~~ ~ I ..... , 'h~.,m., v. o " ] is one going the rounds in Charles i offer resistance when a] rresmem, ~rs. William Roth; [ .... l b0c. / "~~I ~ I-"-~-"~ "~"."'.'~"'~'..:~" .. .. . I Town that rates with the best Berry who was una~ vice resident Mrs i, . . for lne trays Mr and mrs lyllltOn L-Opglns oz ' Pl. ' , . .. Richard tiart, [ .. ] Following is a list of cbilclren / ~ ]w~h~,~ ....... n u,.o ~,~,,~.~ ~,m j of hem and zt did happen in every apprehended told Ch~ recording secretary, lvirs, harold/ Jimmy Saville left last Thurs-lages 6 throu~,h 12 -ears entering,/ ~~i~illiil~ ~ I;_.'_""~YT"~ "':~ ""'2".." ........... "ldetail State Police when he, ". . , " e~ J ' ~ III1S ant iamll oi ~anson were " ~Lsner~,..corresponumg secretary, [day for Lewisburg, W Va where [the Popularity Contest and their ] ~~ ...... /': ~ ]~-t,,ra ....... ~Y~ ~.~, ...... ~,h ~r. ] And while it is now amusing to tden the latter was also~ ~,.r.~.. ructmra, btem; (reasurer, [he will camp for the next seven /snonsors" / ..... . "" ...... 7" : .... I h. ,oo ..... ' ioh I Berry was lod ed in vlrs. uonala inner; parliamentar ,- ...... and virs. ume donnston and oat ............... ._, ...... a ........ - , . g . ian, Mrs. Harold Barr i weekso~ndia}isriParticipater~nt~,l GIRLS POPULARITY i ~~ " ~ " '~:'( ~ ghters Miss Joyce Johnston re-]?las Carson tell !t as it happened [son younty ~afl on?h~~ Con ....... -...- ......... o ,---o ....... ~.~. ~ " to him, it's ooubttut if the ~ayor ~*"'~'~ ~ .... ~ "-[ .... Mrs. Richard Stein was announ [Camp" Shaw-ii-Del-Eca which is [_ Terry .Ander~. Bank. .of Charles I !i .... : I ~.urned, home.wzth her aunt and ] saw an,, humor in it at the time I ed a check in the amOl ced as-having the highest number ]operated in connection with the |~own; _lvlary Enzaoem watson, i ~~\" ~ --~." ~.~ [ ,pent me mgm. ] Likealmost ever-one ~lse these [ on the Jefferson CoUP of indiivdual points for the year |Greenbrier Military Academy i~uers ~ne ~tre; ratty An(lers, [ ~~~i ~~ Mr- and Mrs. Albert Viands and I - ~ ~. line, where he arch'! , ' - " " ra 1" " " ~ ..................... ~: ~: days, Nmk too has hobbles whmh P . u s duper Market; Sandy Dzg ......... ,::::..~::::~ :. daughters Mary and Nancy, MrI i " Mrs. C C Hammann, out om M ................. .............................. ~ ............. and was lven I55 g g rs. Brooke Blackford of South n z~ ............................................................................. he follows m hm spare hme. And g $3 , , . a o, Charles Town Photo and .................... ~ ............................................ ?~::~ ........................ ,.::~::: and Mrs Bill Vmnds of Ranson . president announced the club ~c Sam el has ust r ................................................................................ ~ ............. :.:..~.'~.. Y He later sold the t~re ......... p l. u Street . j. eturnedLhet. Dohhv Mm-ric Mnffo,,'~.l ~ one of them ls flshmg. . . , . _.,~ mc woma oe nero m August ttus [from a 10 day visit with her aunt/~'/{A'.: ~2 ,Z.:tk:"~..:i:.~:i..~L2' l ................... I and, Mrs. Bet~ Ho~.ermale and I While some hobbies are expen. I was oemg held for a~,~ year. /~,.. ~ .... C;.d.v* ,F ?kl.~v.*l~ rp.... /~n*~" ~V*Ut~, ~v*uuse; ouuy muter, / installation ox new officers ,or ', lng (te[~ s~ row are i cnnuren spem l~rl(lay evening I 0~ .... n . _. .... .m .._. .... ,. I Jefferson County Gran ....... .~,.: o,.,~. .. .....,, .uw~ Old Dominion " ~,.~ ~,,u y~t .**c ~,,, ,,u~ muc. - ~. ___. iwanda, N Y ]........... ; Marcia Mason, ] he 1961.-62. year h igh!ighbed the I Mrs, Rob astern Dis I w,th the formers brotherqn-law I fun, others are rather inexpensive I was jaile6 in default:a .... .....-...-........v...~..~.~ / . 1oower~ otufe; Jeanne mason, / nnual aanque[ ot me t;nanes I ........... I and sister Mr and Mrs harry I ..... I hO.d which had beel! ' I~ P a~ . . ~, a , . / ,Miss Ella_Smith spent Sund.aYiScott and White; Susan Widmyer, [ ?own Junior Woman's Club held I[nc[ enm ~mmm An ]Shirley and family ~aear Middle-I an~am~~l~Uvno" r, ar~ .... i...1.1.., I~aad a previous charge! r r' ~%, I1 N A 1%, w~ mr .and ~rs. mcnara ~m~tniDiamnds; Ellie Jackson, Pen- / une 13 in the Blue Grass Inn at uers, ' c secretary I way. I ..... a ;~."'. "7..' .or- ~.,,,,~o~ I .,~.i.~f him ..,~ ,~S g V il fl m,,, ~ in uerryvine, v a , - . , o z nsnmg w oum ,au zmo me mb -~, ................... , /ney s, Ins Ann McKee, Turf Din- [ he Thomas Jefferson Hotel m Mrs. Don~ .asurer. Se~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fntts of [ ...... [ ,~ ,,h, ,h ...... *hs , , I let category ~ut mere was one ...... ~ ................ [ Mr .and Mrs. Wfllmm Ambrose ]er; Beverly Custer, John s Re,s- ]Charles Town and shown tn the, ond row (left to right)-Mrs. Don-ltown were callers Saturday night I n'-h* o-n ,,-~,--' ....... ~ ..... ~.~,, [ Housden has a long 1, Mr and Mrs Ro'" Jenkins of/ana children are visiting in Geor-/taurant; Brenda Miller, Miller s [above picture are the new offic, i aid Cline, parliamentarian; Mrs. I with their son Mr. Melvin Fritts. I,~s "I~n .;,~,-~s.-.~ ...... ~ .""~'.' I inal charges against 11i ~,~.~'~ ...... ~;~ ,'{_ ..... [gia with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin [Meat Market; Beppie Clark, Slush [ers and the installing officer [ A D Peters, chairman of press [ Mr Harry Shirley and daugh- ]. o or~ certainly .muse not [ ,,a,m,n ~,,,~ ~',, W~ ,,,,~,,~s~, v~., Mr, and ~rs. Lois .... ' ", " " " . nave eonsiuereu it neimer inex- ~" ....... "~ ....... KennethOrndorff and sons Den and family, er C~tms. Serv~ee, Beverly Moore, They are seated (left) Mrs. James and publicity; Mrs. Roger Perry,,. ters Judy.and Debble and son. Rus penswe,' ' nor fun State penitentiary sou nis ............. , ....... J Miss BriNe Durham, dau~hter[~ashlngton Beauty Shop[Gore, president; Mrs. RogerPerry recording secretary; and Mrs.[ty of Mlddleway were dinner[ [a~o on a legal teclu~ were~t~'~.,~' ~?~ [of Mr and'Mrs W. D. Durham [ (Jo's); Jeral Ann Milton, Blake- [(right), retiring president. Stand- Roffe Hayes, vice-president. [guests Sunday with Mr and Mrs [The Unexpected Happened I he has beensent there .........',rd n;-b-,~-~ .......... ~-~/'-'c,',~'~'~,~"~.:'..~~. ~,~,,,,,~ [Jr. of' 5th Avenue.. Ranson is ]ley Bank; Debbie. Hill, White's, [ . - " . [ Bert Viands..Other callers were I . A fishing trip was well planned[ life term for having and" -._-_Rohori ................... rornain.,! ......... ,.,. [.,.. [spending, .. two weeks, vacation in i Grocery; Gaff Costello, Bush s 1~i... s ..... ^..n .... ~ -,~,~o,"o'o-, .... ,,,~a .,~,~ I-, ,- ,, ,- ,,* i Mrs,. John Viands of Daytona [m advance and had not unforseen [guilty of committing vacation.- 'lMcKeesport, Pa. at the home of [Dairy Bar; Karla Ann Chamblin, |G ouSt of the Chapter p~ize went to i W* ). I, ). urles 0f ]Beach, Fla. Mr: and Mrs. ~bert events.forced ?hanges in the plan, I gainst nature in Jeffe ............... Iner zrandnarents Mr and Mrs W Irauta Lee unamnlin, farmers [Met Ann (".otTontl~nn,~v I , Ivianas Jr. and aaugmers ~aary line trip mignt Well nave neen a ICircuit Court __mr. and ~ays. ~. t~. vnm3ps or [D I)urham, Sr. She will return [Beauty Shop; Joy Lynn Sager, Bar i ......................... ] lula~k~di.& Pk,.,.k ] and Nancy of the Bloomery. [ most enjoyable routine period of [ About a week ago h ~,ays, ~ansas spent.several ~ays [home on June 30th [bara Lee Sager, Boyd's Grocery; t n~ ~ _~ !n'n~;Inuvuu~u ~llUllbll [ Mr and Mrs William Dillow Jr |fun and relaxation. But as it turn led bv Ranson nolice Wltll melr cousins, Mr. and Mrs " 1 Wi " " " " e " - - Tom Lennon and aunt Mrs M I~'l Mrs. George Matheke and her [MaT lson Sager: Hendqck s [ ~ rersons v0naTe . o .. .. . . [and daughter Tana were Friday [ d out ~t proved to be only a hot, [of being drunk and I ........ :" " =7" ~da,,~h* .... a .... 11 A wo~, ~,~., I~rocery; Joyce Ann wickers, west / ~]' MP#l'lntl Ilil~la~ /evenin~ callers with the latters /worrisome ann expensive exper- Ithe county iail for ! ~owers on ~:ast wasnlngtoIl ~t .-e, ...... ,,. o,,, .......... v,,,.End Gulf," Paula Pro s, Riddle" ,,,, . .,,....~ =,,.,, v " ience enroute to Atlantic City to ~ttend ]ge, N. J. visited her mother Mrs. I.... pps_ -," [ Blood l0 Cross [mother Mrs. Mary Frye af Point [ .... ......... [parole. -" ............ JEdwo.a ~.~;.~.~....r th,~ w...../oergers; ierry t-ropps, ~nugarts; / The Circles of the W S C c iof Rocks Md i nlS honor, selected wnat ne I w,~ ..a n,..,.., o,.~, the iNauonal ~tucaTlon ASS0Ciat- ..... ..~,...,.,.~ ,.. ... ..,,v~ . " " " "" ' " th ............ a -----' Res Patsy Peer, Magaha Apphance , of the Charl Town Method' " ought would be a good mormng " a ion Mr and Mrs Phillips will re-[ t Home the past weekend. [ .............. [DI----J-,--K.l_ T..__J_. es lst/ Mrs. Helen Shirley of the Gen-], .......... [ploted the ~all bre . , . t~enter; ~nena moier, moiers ~t- Church will meet at the homes de ior me treK to ms ~avonte spot turn m ten days to spend more [ Mrs. Wflham Swartz and son [;~ c~,,,~,o. ~;,v;, ~-o,~,, ~,,,;, [DI00[llll0011~ lu~oay ......... ]eral Telephone was a droner guest ],, ,ho ~,o,t~ ^ ...... ,,,., .... [Monday afternoon w ...... .~o ~.~...~, ..,~..~ .~.,.o,.., ~u~,,- sl natea on th iOllOWln aates" " "- -"- ~""~ "" " .-..-.-a ~-.--.... r Ume w~th Mrs Bowers iDonme of Charles Town visited i ............ [ ....... g e ~ . ion Thursday at Johns Diner w,th |He ""--~'* ~" ...... ,., ~.~ ~,~,~ ,.. ]manned only by two % kff, o~,'~ "~ff**e. T . ~-" ,, . |with the SlaShers and Wilsons onpes ~m_an try rasmons; .~ynn ~a.r ~ Tne "l~ues~ay visiI of the l~e(1 Mrs. Ellen Atkinson, ~ircie No. [her sister-in-law Mrs. John Viands/oo, T,L"~"L"~TL,~~ L~'L2Z [put their plan into : , .... ...., .,..o .~ester henry ot son, ~tanson t~rocery, lrlcl~ k~OlllS Cross t~looomo 11 r 6~ awa3 *** ~**~ ~a**,y ~v~**u*~ !~ - . ISunda,, ~f, ...... I " o' e to Charles 1, Mrs Gro~er Goode, chairman/of Daytona Beach, Fla / callin Flo d Ball ~:' " " ~ '~ ~"""'" " - " h ' ' g' Y ~eetown ws~ted over the weekend I ~ [Locke s Grocery. Town was re~arded as a success-~ meets in the ~f~o-noon July 5 ~t / ............. / ours from hm heavy and confm- w ~ ,,~ ,,~ ,h,~ ~, I Mr' and Mr Arthur Bush h ......... / /iv"and mrs wmmm ~rye and ,, ~th thew son.Frankm Henr who s ave / Bo s Po ularlt ful ~ m business res ons~bfl~tms at ' Y '" Y P Y v'sit with a total of 104 per- 2"00 p m at the home of Mrs " " " " g " P .................... : ~. ..... '-[ ............ Tomnly James, Sag4rs Grocery; ' g P g e blood and Alfred Marshall, 2rid Avenue. [Stocks and Mrs Catherine Holler [ ~is a " e , . returned to their home 317 West . son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Charles t door of the bullpen, stud nt al M C V at Rich sons showm u to w he New Central Restaurant He ........ " . jail telling him th~ ~gmond, Va. [~ongres.s ~reet a.~ter speml~ng Vickie Carson Central Restaurant a total of 93 pints being donated Patricia Patterson Circle No 2,/~f Rr,,n~wiok M~ ~ ~-lw~er [woum men cmcn a ~ew hours ot trash they wanted : . . two weeks wlm lnelr son ant oat ' i : " ............. , -'--', ...... ~ .... slee at nome ana at 4 a m " Ja arson a tl s Erm Wa t was re orted Wednesda b Mr a an m P ~The Huyett family reunmn was | ~ , .............. y W , K s e' ggy " P y y s H rry Pine, chmrm , eets |F,'-e of Bethesda Md, Mr and / ..... " " the bullpen Ball s gnter-ln-iaw Mr anti lv~rs. William " " M " "~ , " WOUlCl De on his wa Ior some " ~held at the Memorial Park June |~,,,,~, ;_ ~, ....; ...... T. Washington Speeiahty Shop; Mr- rs. James M. Mason, III, general with Mrs. Garland Snyder, Sem- [Mr~ ~,,h~m*. (~hamhlin ~ ~an- | ....... Y onened the door lea "]8th. There were about seventy ]~f" '" ~u,m~t.~,, ,,).. chael Kisner, Jeff. Loan and Fin. chairman of the county Red Cross inary Street, July 6 at 8 p.m. ison-wereSun~dav'v[sit'ors with'Mr [quiet.and. peacezul.~)sn!ng. _ . bullpen he was pull five resent and ca ~r and ~rs ynlllp ~tepnenson 1 n r Nichols Cha ter / " t~Ut mmgs jus~ man t work out p " they me from [ _ - ~. ~. .... ance Co.; R'cky Tar e , " P Jones Hughes Circle l~o. 3,'Mrs. |and Mrs Robert Frye " [ .............. Berry with Housden Cahfor ~ and lv~rs tray ~tepnenson and s~s er mat way ~lrst o~ au me mgm n'a, Maryland, Florida, Pa | "- . . " . . " and Stuck; Leslie Widmey , Another encouraging note a- Joseph Carroll, chairman with | Mrs ~)oris Herndon and daugh ~ _" ..... the waiting room of Va. and W. Va. " [ter of Easton, ~aa. visited with Town & Country; David Roper, bout the Tuesday visit was the Mrs. J. H. Morris, July 3rd at 8:00 [ter Melod- of Washington D C was a Dusy and rang one at tne he accosted B The 85th birthday of Mrs. Stan '~v~:n~/~%eeS~e~en~nry' Lee- ~eOc~l:~SoUP:ly; Gary Sager, Hen- fs~Ctthat 28 new blood donors P. ~a Lo ue C~rcle No4 Mrs Ad ]spent the ~weekend wi{'la her par" ~est?:f~an~is~tbWa?n:s:'for %~ore. Brceden tried to ley Hardesty was celebrated with " y. p nd gave blood. A to- g " , 'ents Mr Melvin and Mrs. Beulah break, Housden a picnic supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lackey of tal of 43 pints were either replac- die Green, chairman, with Mrs. Fritts. Once home he decided against and kick Breeden her son Mr. Donald Kable Tues- St. Petersburg, Fla. have returned and son-in.law Mr. and Mrs. John ments for blood already received George~Deal, South Church Street, going to bed for fear he would and Housden then day evening. Mrs. Hardesty receiv home after visiting Mrs. Lackey,,s Coolidge, Jr., Bloomington, Ill. or directed donations. July 18 at 8:00 p.m. ~ oversleep and not get started on George street west his fishing trip at the designated street, and towards fl ed many cards and presents from mother, Mrs. Thomas Shall and that John graduated June 10th Once again the Raison plant of Sarah Reineche Circle No. 5, relatives and friends, sister Mrs. Ruth Viands. from Illinois State Normal Uni- Dixie-Narco, Inc., led the list of Mrs. Edward Morgan, chairman ~t~. hour. At about 4 a. m. with rod: and Ohio Railroad 1 Mrs. Frances Lynch, Mrs. Bill Mrs. John L. Burns, Mrs. Caleb versity. He received his master's contributors, with 12, while Leg-TerraceWith W.JulyA. Thompson,3 at 8:00 P.JeffersnM. Mrs. Austifi' Niodemus ~ndin handreel "Hisand aHonor,,bucket headedf wormSin was the last they were ----+" Wednesday at noon. Ambrose, Jr. of Little Run Acres Burns and Miss Mary Catherine degree in Industrial Arts and is gett's Department Store had eight Church Services his car, for his favorite fishing Assisting Charles visited on Saturday evening with Green have just returned from a planning to teach in Illinois this and Powhatan Brass and Iron ~e~ Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Parkenson, trip to Frankfort, Ky Mr. Billy fall. Works 7. n ionCelebratinand sermonfwillHlYbe Commun-July 2 at hole.The trip there was uneventful Police in the search Shepherdstown. Burns accompanied them home Mr .and Mrs. Tom Lennon are A complete list of the donors 200 ~"Llll~l~tlI son County Sheriff 9:30 DST bY pastor R~v. Temple:but that was the only part of the more than a half fOrRoberthis summercashVacation, leaving Saturday evening July 1st Bloodmobileand those who assisted with the [, ~ ~ Wheeler and Sunday School will- trip that was. First off, Nick dis- sheriffs from Mrs. G. K. Wysong of South A. E.T.N. 3 (SS) on a two weeks vacation visiting Tuesday will be re- Red ,.ross..,wlmmlns be at 10:30 DST. Sanmel Street is spending several covered when he went to bait his and four from days this week with her son and left Monday night to report to U. relatives in the south. They will. leased next week, it was stated. 30 Day Leave fishing hook, that the worms daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wil- S. Naval Nuclear Power School liam Wysong at their home in Mc Lean, Va. The Knott Rest Home wishes to thank the following churches, The Kindergarden group of the Charles Town Methodist Church who presented a napkin holder to the guests, the 4th grade group of the same church who arranged the flowers, boys of the Lutheran Church who brought fresh fish to the guests and the Baptist Church who presented place mats Illl TV More Island Naval Shipyard, Vall ejG, California after spending 3 weeks leave with'his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cash. Young Cash has spent the past 16 months ser- ving aboard the submarine U. S. S. Greenfish operating out of Pearl Harbor(Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, Miss Sally Ann Watson, Mrs. Wm. D. Waggy and Mrs. B. F. Hum- ston were in Lardy, Va. recently where Miss Watson was guest sol- oist at a memorial service which was to have been held at the "Singing Tower", but due to rain was held at the Methodist Church in Luray. Mrs. Waggy accompan- ied Miss Watson at the piano. Recent.visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John S Dunn, Jefferson Ave hue were Mrs. W. L. O'Brien and stop for two days in Birmingham Alabama and they will be at the Fountainbleau Motel in New Or- leans, La. for a, week. Mr. and Mrs. Lennon will return on July 16th. Their paint and Wall paper store at 121 North Charles Streel will be closed the entire twc weeks Miss Valerie and Master Phillip Cash Jr. left for their home in i Bloomington, Illinois Monday night after spending three weeks here with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cash. They also vis ited with their maternal grand mother, Mrs. Frances Staubs in Arlington, Va. Mrs Leland Shugart entered the Charles Town General Hospii al on Sunday where she under. went surgery on Monday to re- move two of the three pins placed .... ANTIQUES .... Radio - Television - Mrs. w. T. Turner of Grafton. in her hip when she broke it last Mrs. Robert Appell and her year. Hi Fi Stereo guest, Mrs. Mary Runion of Shep ! Mrs. Charles J. W. Smith, West herdstown attended "The Eleven- Washington Street, Charles Town # th Annual S!dewalk Cafe and returned Wednesday from Win El ,B S Fashion Showsponsored by the,chester Memorial Hospital where Women of Christ Episcopal Char-isLe has been a patient for the T ch in Winchester, Va. last week..[ past ten days. Radios, elevision, Mrs. Robert Creamer, Jr. daugh- z~p[-p-'lanees ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert AppellI ~m~sn ~[~ J~l~e~ H:sv,~ was a model of one of the local I ""'"' v, ,.,,,v,,,. ,.,~ West Washington Street. shops at this event [ ~ .. ., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comer," slness MeeTing Charl~ Towll, W, Vm Fairfax Blvd., Ranson, W. Va. re- ' I ceived word from their daughter Charles Town Chapter Number , , 1028 of the Women of the Moose held their regular business meet- ing Tuesday, June 27 at the Moose W. VA. GLASS Sunday 2 to 7 P. M. GERRARDSTOWN, COUNTRY ANTIQUES, DOLLS, AND CHINA OPEN JULY 1st, 1961 Holidays-- Wed.- Sat. 9 to 7 P. M. Home. ,' The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by Senior Regent, Mrs. Bessie Tumblin. After the Four-Fold Declarat- ion minutes of previous meetings were read by Protem Recorder. 'Helen Jones. Communications and notices were read and the Chapter proceeded with the business sess ion. Mrs. Mary E. Jenkins, formerly of Charles Town and a member " ' ~-~ of the Women of the Moose who ~,,v-~=_=_== ............. ~ is visiting at the home of Mr. and FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899"OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Pla t No. 899 CharlesTown Martinsburg Plant AM 7- 8955 Mrs. M. V. Jenkins attended the meeting. Mrs. Jenkins is making her home at The Home of the Aged, 220 H. St. N. E. Washington D. C. and all co-workers were very pleased to have her at the meet- ing. After the Endowment Fund Of- fering the Chapter adjourned to again Sunday July 2nd ,at three o'clock for the installation of New Officers for the year 1961-62 A social hour~ will follow the Install ation and refreshmentswill be set wed. The door prize was won by TENDERFOOT INVESTITURE SERVICE HELD AT METHODIST CHURCH A Tenderfoot Investiture was held at the Methodist Church Wednesday night, June 21. New boys invested into the Boy Scouts of America were John W. Dickson Michaei J. Hankins, Robert E, Hankins, James D. ttuyett, Philip 1". Poxterfield, III, and Donald G. Specht. Parents of all the boys were present for the ceremony. In the near past members of Troop 42 have been on several hikes and two overnight camps. During the week of July 2 through 8, most of the active members will attend summer camp at the Boy Scout Camp Rock Enon at Gore Va. During this time at camp the scouts will receive training in scoutcraft for advancement and merit badges and will enjoy many types of recreation. On Friday night, July 7, there will be a camp fire ceremony to which all of the scouts' parents are inyited. Will Att s Convention In Toronto Albert C. Nerhood, James M. Moler and J. E. Ward all Kiwan- ians of Charles Town will attend the Forty-Sixth Annual Conven- tion of Kiwanis International" in Toronto, Ontario, July 2-6. They will join some 17,000 other Kiwan ians, their wives and families, in what promises to be the largest convention in the organization's history-and the first in Canada since World War II. Convention sessions will be held in the city's famed Maple Leaf Gardens. Sunday Service For Assembly 6od Church The Rev. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard at Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ. ced the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and subse- quer~t week nights. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. mor ning worship S~ervice at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic service at 7:30 P. M. with Evangelist Hom er Peterson "of Thurmont, Md. Tuesday the Christ Ambassador meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bible Study at 7:30 p. m. Classes At Park 200 pupils are enrolled in the swimming lesson being conducted by the Red Cross at the Jefferson County Memorial Park swimming pool. There are 93 Beginners, 59 Intermediates, 33 Swimmers and 15 in Junior-Senior Life Saving. Four forty-five minute classes in the morning and a two hour ev ening, class are being taught by Miss Betsy Cole, Miss Betsy Day is, Miss Eleanor Kable, Miss Jane Specht and Richard Neal. They are being assisted by aides who have already received their Jun- ior or Senior Life Saving certifi- cation Acting as aides are: Candy Smallwood, Carol Merchant, John Rentch, Judy Riggleman, Louis Garvin, Tom Specht, Carla Alex- ander, Sue Sinn, Paula Stokos, and Charlotte Kisner. Miss Barbara Hunt, Gigi Funk, Judy Alexander and Jan Clopper are helping in the basket room. Classes will continue each week day morning through July 7. OFFICE AT CHARLES TOWN HIGH IS CLOSED The business office at Charles Town High School will be closed from July 1 until August 1, ~t was announced Wednesday by Princi- pal William Brown. BAKE SALE SATURDAY AT PARISH HALL The Women of St. Phillips Epis copal Church will hold a bake sale Saturday morning, July I in the Parish Hall beginning at 10 a. m. it was announced this week. More Memorial Gifts To Cancer Society The Jefferson County Branch of the American Cancer Society wishes to acknowledge these mem orial gifts, one from Mrs. Louise Ramey in memory of Mrs. Tren- or Judd and one from the MeGar ry family in memory of Mrs. B. Hammond. These gifts are very much appreciated by the Cancer Society. CITIZEN'S AUXILIARY CHANGES MEETING DATES The Ladies Auxiliary of the Cit izen's Fire Company of Charles Town will meet Wednesday, July 5 instead of Tuesday, July,4 it was announced Wednesday. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY A/2c Tommy McDonald who has been stationed at the. Kef- lauik Air Base in Iceland for the past year is spending a thirty day leave at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald at the end of his leave he will report to the Edwards Air F4rce Base in California for a years assign- : ment. Scott and Jeffrey 'and Terry An ders from Charles. Town is spend- mg some time with their grand- parents Mr .and Mrs. Robert An- ders. Rev. Jennings Wise Hobson Jr. of Purcellville, Va. will be a mem- ber of a group of clergymen, and their wives who will fly to London and Centerbury, England o~June 24 for a short course on Town and Country, returning to the U. S. July 30. Mrs. Hobson will accom- pany Mr. Hobson. Rev. Mr. Hob- son was formerly rector of Nelson Parish Jefferson County, W. Va. Miss Shirley Harris from Char- ies Town has been a guest for the past week at her great grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Chapman. Miss Evelyn Lloyd went on a picnic last Sunday at Braddock Heights with a group of friends. Miss Nancy Jenkins spent three weeks with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. John Schwarz mann and family from Washing- which he had left setting in a can On the back porch at his home had been exposed to too much sun and they were dead. Nick then ' decided to drive down the road a distance where he thought he heard some boys talking and see if they could pro- vide him with some worms: But to his surprise and yes disgust, the car had become bogged down in mud almost axle deep and try as "His Honor" he could to getit moving, it wouldn't budge. 1 So with perspiration rolling down his "face and his hands cov- ered with mud which had accum- ulated there during his efforts to get his car moving, Nick started trudging down the dark and lone- ly road in search of help. He first came across two boys who sold him some tired and lazy, but live worms which made it possible for him to continue what he had start ed out to do.-fish. Next Nick lo- cated a farm house and for some green paper managed to persuade the farmer to use his tractor to~ pull the Carson car out of the mud. Then ~ith the car free and thg line baited, Nick finally saw great .visions of a good dinner of fresh fish that evening. For a short time lady luck which had been against him on this trip, ton, D.C. smiled down on his fishing line Mr. and Mrs. Garland Heflebow and he hoked three nice fish, a er Jr. and children Pat and Jim- [rainbow and two brown trout. my and Vicky Blue from Middle- [ Fish Mlsslng~ No Clues way and Jay Cepelka from Char. les Town spent the weekend at[ With the sun now beaming the Beach at Erica, Va. [down upon him and his eyelids Rippon Ball Club | heavy [from sweat, worry and lack The Rippon Ball Club had a of sleep that night, Nick headed return game of baseball with the for home, not relaxed or rested Rippon old timers last Sunday afo ternoon. The old times emerged the victors of the score of 8-7. Mr .and Mrs. Tom SoWers from Berryville, Va. visited on Wed. nesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Sr. and son David. Mr .and Mrs. C. F. Wall spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Pitts burg. Susan Kay was over night guest of her grandmother Mrs. Charles McDonald while Mr. and Mrs. Wall were away. Mrs. Julia Royston from Mill- wood, Va. supper guest at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley on Tuesday. Darlene Magaha is spending this week with her cousin Martha Adams while her mother Mrs. Glenn Magaha is spending some- time at the Leesburg, Va. Hospit- al where her father Mr. Charles Heflin which was taken there with a stroke this past week. as he had expected the trip to be: Once home "His Honor' 'tossed his prize catches on the back por- ch and hurried off to bed to get some much needed rest before en joying that fresh fish dinner and. then going back to his restaurant But with the boss away a cat decided to play, and when Nick arose late that afternoon, rested and ready to clean and fry: his fish for a good dinner, he found only the bones, no fish. Somewhere in that area of East Washington street there was a well filled and contented cat. And it's doubtful if the culprit will ever be 'punished for his sneaky deed, because meatless bones don't provide much in the way of clues. ' SHUGART'S Speeial Hat S~tle- 2 Groups $3.00 and $5.00. June 29-1t.-LP long with two Martinsburg State ment, plus Charles son policemen, County jailer from Clarke SHUGART'S 30 - July 1st mad Percale Prints and 4 Ya.rds for $1.00.. June 29-1t-LP / Sp,cial Fall 112 North PHONB CHARLES