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June 29, 1961

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+ LTOWN Dorothy Bowers trover tlard~ng of Charles a dinner guest Sunday aad Mrs. Daniel Crawford Wright, Mr. and Wright and (laughter dinner guests Thurs- and Mrs. Bill Strickler an8 daUghter in BerrTville, Va. On Friday they motored to Alex- andria, Va. where they visited Mrs. Mary Jenkins and spent the remainder of the day sightseeing in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Alec Costello and daughter Mary Lane, Mrs. Elwood Bowers and son Bruce and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger shopped in Ilagerstown, Md. on Tuesday. Miss Terry Anders of Charles Town is spending some time with SAV HGS If You Are Under 65 Years Old You will have Life Insurance Protection Your Saving Account Up to $2,000 At BANK & TRUST CO. You Will Also Be Drawing 2% Interest and At Death. Will Be Paid An Additional Amount Equal To The Sum In Your Ac- Count At Time of Death. PHONE 587 RANSON, W. VA. QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ DISTRIBUTOR 161-M . CHARLES TOWN, t W. VA. her grandparent; tr. and Mrs. Bernard Oil. Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Elwood Bowers was served Wednesday at the honm of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clev enger. Those present for the occas ion included the honored guest, her parents and Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello and daughter Mr. Elwood Bowers, son Bruce and Miss Shar- on Clevenger. Later in the evening the family group along with Mrs. Ehner Wri- ght, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright and daughter Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pea(her and sons Clifton and Allen enjoyed a party in honor of Mrs. Bowers and Terri Wright who was also celebrating her bir- thday. Miss Faye Crawford was an overnight guest Friday of .Miss Diana Chandler in Charles Town. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Axline and family of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hostler and family of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brackett and daughters of Ranson. Little Kent Axline of Brunswick returned to his home from the Charles Town General Hospital on Sunday where he had been a surgical patient. Mrs. Bertha Morgan of Bolivar was a supper guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak. Miss Nancy Pope is spending several weeks visiting her brother in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sanford and family i~ Prince George, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright and I daughter accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Smith of Ijamsville, Md. enjoyed a picnic dinner Sun- day near Luray. Va. ! Misses Charlotte Pope and Shar on Clevenger were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder in Summit Point. Mrs. Sny der, a member of the faculty at the Harpers Ferry High School served the dinner, honoring the Juniors and Seniors. Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and family of Millville, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr..and Mr. Samuel Strickler vis- ite~l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and daughter near Berryville, Va. Sunday afternoon. Mr. Strickler a ~tu,~rnt mln;~ter during the summer here anti in Charles Town. The Sacrament of the I,ord's Supper will he ohserved Sunday, July 2 at the lo:ao a. m. worship service in the Preshyterian Chur- ch. Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger of Win chester, Va. is visiting her son-in- law and daughter Mr .and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughters. Mrs. Charles Nicewarner and son of Charles Town were visitors Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse anti sons. Visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nath- aniel (;ray Jr. were Mrs. Vergi~ Rumbarger of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Neale Amb'rose of Charles Town and Mrs. Annie Clegg of tIalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Muse and sons, Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. Donald Frye picnicked at Braddock lIeights Park Sunday ev ening. Mrs. Annie Clegg, a medical pa tient in the Charles Town General Hospital several days last week for x-rays has returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday near Baltimore, Md. and in the evening were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimes in Charles Town. The Valley Board Corp. softball teams and their families picnick- ed Sunday afternoon at the Ball Park in Winchester, Va. The quotations of The Blue Rid" ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town, Monday, June 26, 1961. Receipts of cattle, calves heavy :with a god demand for all classes on sale. Feature of sale was prime veal top $31.75; hogs and cattle active. remained with his son and daugh- Choice butcher steers 22.00 to ter-in-law for a weeks visit. 23.00; good butcher steers 20.00 to Mrs. Charles Staubs along with 22.00; plain to medium steers 17- Mrs. Meredith Axline and son I 00 to 20.00; choice butcher heifers Jerry of Brunswick, Md. were none; good butcher heifers 19.00 dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brackett in Ranson. Church Notes Rev. Watt Jeffries, pastor of the newly organized St. Andrew Pres- byterian Church in Williamsport, Md. 'will speak on Church Exten- sion Monday evening at the Pres- byterian Church here. Mr. Jeff- ries, while a student several years ago at the Uni0n~Theological Sem inary in Richmond, Va. served as to 21.00; plain to medium heifers 15.00 to 19.00; good. bulls 19.00 to 20.00; plain to medium bulls 16.00 to 17.50; utility cows 16.00 to 16.- 50; canners and cutters, 16.00; down; cows by the head up to 201 stocker and feeder steers up to 24.00; stock heifers nad bulls by the head up to 160.00; Chaice to prime calves 29.00 to 31.75; good butcher calves 25.00 to 28.00; medium butcher calves 22.- 00 to 25.00; *h{n calve.+, 2i.(Y~ dawn lg.00; butcher ::~, 12.00 ?o 1g.80; heavy calves 18.00 to 27.00; heavy feeders and lb.;ht hulcher Blue head grade lamhs 21.10; hogs 16.00 It) 20.00; shoats per red head grade lambs 19.50; red hundred 29.00 tlown; pigs per schoulder grade lamhs i6.90; but head 15.00 down; heavy i)oars 10.- each Monday. cher ewes a.00 to 6.00; stock ewes 00 to 10.50: slags none; sows and pet" head up to 17.00; pigs up to 50.00; stock boars 11.00 Nixon selling up inlensiw~ speak Good butcher hogs 18.10 lo 18. to 15.00. ins tour+ 55; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 ltistorie anlique tabh, found in 18.00; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 to A. M..Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. White llouse. . emrr o+ + .mos anv0cxa THI IL I)AS, .II"NE 29, 1961 .",---I] i In Russia they have a TV !n [every l~otel room+-onlv it watch~a I Yu.+ t;ommissions are not paid on argumenls won, but on sales l made. A good question--a d we could spend this whole page answering! But what it all boils down to is this: It just stands to reason you're going to get more for your money you put it on the car more people are buyS g . . . and that car is the Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Best way to settle any further questions about Chevy's ride is to settle behind the wheel try it. Full Coil suspension and over 700 other gentleZpcr- suaders throughout the body and chassis will go to work cushioning, i suIating, smoothing; soothing and pampering. Only quest+;on you'll have left why d:dn't you try it sooner. You might also ask: Who eI. e in Che 'rolet's field g ves you Bo&.t by Fisher craftsmanship and such a wide variety of nwdels to make sure you get just what you're looking for? Al slcer: Nobod!/. Prices? The man to check for the low-dou, n on that one is your Checrolet dealer, lie's ready aud for you right ,+o,o with all the right a swers. Air conditioning-an extra-co~t option that gives you fingertip temperature controL Try it ,.:.:,. iiii: Impala S-Door Sport Sedan--one of 20 Jet- amooth baautie~, See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center West Washington Street Charles Town, W. 3 a. Phone 42 +: ( i: