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ii II cm I I['ICI I COME TO SEE US K OF AR ES TO Ylt ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mrs. Bessie Moler of Shepherds town spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby and son. Mr. Bill Gifft is now working out of Winchester. He is driver of one of the Bunny Bread trucks. He comes over a route through here 3 days a week. All together he works six days a week. Mr .and Mrs. Howard Gageby of Baltimore spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and dau- ghter and Mrs. W. E. Gageby took them home Sunday. Served Fine Supper The W. S. C. S. of The Uvilla Methodist Church ser,qed a fine country supper for the Mens Club in Shepherdstown Wednesday at the club hall. Everyone had an en- joyable evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Muse and daughters of Ridgeley and Mrs. Owen T. Johnson of near Ranson were visitors Thursday with Mr .and Mrs. Marvin Breed- en and family. Mrs. Johnston went home with The Muse's to spend a week. Mrs. Muse and Mrs. Breden are Mrs. Johnston's dau- ghters Mabel and Evelyn. Mrs. George Gageby, son Glenn and daughter Dorrene Mrs. Lena Ambrose, Larry Ambrose and Miss Judy Robinson spent Sunday in Baltimore with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brandt and son. Brenda Zombro of Falls Church Va. is spending awhile with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and dau- ghter. SHOP FOR GIFTS WITHOUT CASH! BORDEN'S SILVER COW EVAPORATEO MILK JOAN OFARC CANNED VEGETABL|S Mrs. FILBERTS MARGARINE & SALAO PRO[IUCTS SKINNER MACARONI PRODUCTS & EREALS AUSTEX LUZIANNE COFFEE AND TEA PRIDE OF ILLINOIS CANNED VEGETA,LES CALUMET BAKING POWDllt OCTAGON SOAP PRODUCTS GOLD SEAL & PENNY CANNED MEATS DOG AND CAT FOOD Beautiful For II iIl:ml:~ltB,.1.:l"jl~.(c'~elI~ll;I ~. :l[(,]q'~*~:~.||.'[*IS|:llil'l$||3 1:I:l,]-~ CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 112 PHONE 843 NORTH II Clifton Peacher of Halltown spent Monday with Wayne and Charles Welty. Terry Davis of Arlington~ Va. is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and tam ily. Tory is Mr. Breeden's nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gageby of Millville viisted Mrs. Mary Engle Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family, Mr. Bill Johnston of Ranson. Miss Linda Hilliard of Kearneysville and Terry Davis of Arlington, Va. spent Sunday with Mrs. George Lanham and family in Severn, Md. They also visited Mr. George Lanham who is a pa- tient in Annapolis Hospital. Common refuses to hear Labo. rite on peerage. THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town , Shepherdstown 35 Telephones- 162 8 $2.5O Per Week the "Master" --America's finest washer. yet it cost only $189.95. Easy to pay for. Holds more: keeps water hot longer: washes faster, cleaner. 8ayes work trod time. See it now! CHARLES TOWN LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN ... By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 Death of Aged Resident Of Local llama Isaac Newton Jenkins, 87, died on Friday, June 23 in the Locust Grove Home for the Aged, opera- ted by the Pentecostal Church in Bolivar where he had been a pa- tient for the past 19 months, tie was born in Page County, Va. on October 15,. 1873. Names of hi's parents unknown. A retired farm laborer, he is survived by six child ren. The body rested at the Eack- 'les Funeral Chapelmnd the funer- al was held from there on Monday morning at 10 o'clock with the Rev. M. C. Scott officiating. Bur- ial was made in Fairview Ceme- tery in Bolivar. Staff Sgt. Leslie Earl Rowland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowland of Bolivar who has been station- ed with the 8741h A. C. & W. Squadron in Spain left there by plane on June 25 for the States and will spend a 30 day leave with his wife and litle daughter and his parents before going to his next assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson and children of Soudterton, Pa. spent the weekend with Mrs. Tho mpsons parents Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garten. C. A. Webb of Ranson visited his uncle Geo. E. Webb in Bolivar on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Harrison of Loudoun Heights, Va. visited Mrs. B. F Eackles on Saturday. Miss Minnie Bridner,' well known grocery store operator of Bolivar for many years is a pa- tient in Winchester Memorial Has pital but is showing much im- provement. Mr. Jay Eackles and family of Front Royal, Va. spent Saturday with the formers mother Mrs. J. L. Eackles. For the past year Mr. Eackles has been assitant princi- pal in the John Mosby Academy in Front Royal. He is a student at Madison College now in Harrison- burg, Va. Removed To Hospital John Strother. aged and well known colored resident of Boli- var was removed from his home to Charles Town General Hospit- al on Friday evening after being seriously ill for several days. Three teachers from Harpers Ferry District High School served the junior and senior class with a lovely supper on Saturday even- ing at the home of Mrs. Odessa Snider in Summit Point, The other teacher, Miss Patterson and Mrs. Gibbs lives in Martinsburg and Charles Town respectively. Mr. Roy Hardy native of Loud- an Heights in Loudoun County, Va. is a patient in Memorial Hos- pital in Frederick, Md. He has been quite ill for several weeks. The P. O. of A. held a business and social meting at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb on Thursday af- ternoon. Bake Sale July 1st A Bake Sale will be held at the Hall of the Friendship Fire Cam pany on Saturday, July 1st. Pro- ceds for benefit of Little League Baseball Club.. There will be all kinds of home coo~ed food and home baked food for sale. It is hoped that this sale will be well attended so this interesting Little League will realize that the peo- ple in the home town are interest ed in them. An election of officers were held at the meeting of' the M. Y. F. on Sunday evening and the fol lowing officers*were elected: Pres ident, Carolyn aden; vice presi- dent, LaVerne Harrison; secre- tary, Marilyn Eaton; treasurer, Laureda Webb; Sandy Rockenbau gh, program and worship chair- man. A Galilee and Worship Service will be held by members of the Camp Hill Methodist M. Y. F. on Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock p. m. Members of the Bolivar Meth odist MYF have been invited to attend. Mr. Kenneth Wolfe who has been a patient in Newton D. Bak- er Hospital for several weeks is still a patient there but is show- ing improvement. Mr. Joseph' Zombro who was ited Mr. and Mrs, Bernie Welch of Myerstown on Sunday evening. Death of M~. Dillow Mrs. Ellen Lucinda Dillow, 54, died in D. O. A. Washington Coun ty ttospital on Sunday evening, June 25. She had been in ill heal th which was not thought to be serious but she suddenly became seriously ill and was dead on ar- rival at the hospital. She lived at Pleasantville, Md. and her susviv- ors are her husband Marshall D. Dillow at the late home, one dau- ghter Mrs. Virgie Mae Carey of Brownsville, Md. one sister Mrs. Thelma Keesecker of Samples Manor near Harpers Ferry, one brother Elmer Hanes of Pleasant- ville and two grandchildren. The deceased was the daughter of the late Barton and Anna Wea ver Hanes. The body is resting at the Eackles Funeral Chapel, Har- pers Ferry. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Pleasantville Church of God with the Rev. Hu- bert Myers officiating. Burial will be made in Samples Manor Ceme- CHECK 'EM ALL! THEY'LL SAVE YOU MONEY! CHILDREN'S CANVAS SNEAKS 8 to 3 " $' .99 MEN S--BOY S--WOMENS LOW CUT SNEAKS .99 BOY'S SUMMER SHORTS Play ,- Camp - Bermuda c to BOY'S SUMMER COTTON SLACKS sizes 8 to 18 .44 BOY'S RUGGED 8-OUNCE BLUE JEANrS" sizes 4 to 12 $ .00 MEN';S SU-'MMER SHORTS Tennis or Bermuda $ .98 BERMUDA SOCKS 98c HUNDREDS OF MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS bedfas and quite ill for some $4.98 time after a pareletic stroke has & shown much improvement and is now able to take walks and drive MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT his car. Mrs. Mary Shewbridge of Rose- UNDERWEAR mont, Md. is a patient in Freder. Briefs & T-Shirts ick Memorial Hospital where she recently underwent surgery. She For $ .00 is beginning to show slight ira- provement. Mrs. Shewbridge is .the former Mary Waters of near Harpers Ferry and is a sister of Mrs. Martha Mater and Mr. John Waters of Bolivar. Tommy Hoffmaster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmaster of Bakerton W. Va. has been award- ed the High Honor Trophy for six years of outstanding work in the Bakerton Elementary School. He will enter Harpers Ferry Junior High School in September. Miss Donna Marie Walker of Ranson spent Saturday night with her grandmother Mrs. Thel- ma B. Cornell. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger and Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marcum and daughter Cheryl Anne of Leesburg, Va., fi~ C0.t IHC Mi,~s Dottle Cornell accc, mpanicd them home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Walker [14 North Charles St. I and daughter Donna Marie of Ran Charle Town, W. Va. Isn. I Mr .and Mrs, J. C. Ballenger vis MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT SPORT COATS Regular and Long .88 MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT SUMMER SUITS CottOn Sheens $, .88 WASH 'N WEAR BLENDS .00 Death of Mr. Noose Roy Lee Noos, 74 of Brunswick, Md. died on last Wednesday morn ing in Frederick Memorial Itos- pital, tie is the son of the late .los eph and Rosa Bagent Noos, nati- ves of the lIarpers Ferry area. Survivors are his wife and one sis ter, Mrs. David Wagner of Balti. nmre, Md. The deceased who was well known in this area was a re- tired B. & O. Railroad employee. He was a member of the Bruns- wick Lodge 19 of Masons and of the chapter and commandery of Frederick; the B. & O. Veterans; Loyalty Lodge 122 Knights of Py thias, Brunswick, Md. the Brother hood of Engineers and the Bruns wick Volunteer Fire Co. The illness of Mr. Noose was of short duration. He was a brother of the late Eugene Noose of Harpers Ferry. Burial was made in Park Heights Cemetery in Brunswick, Md. Rev. ttarold Wilson was the officiating ministei'. ATTENDS STATE BOARD MEETING WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. O. S. Bloom, president of Eastern District Women's Clubs of West Virginia attended the State Board Meeting in Charles- ton, W. Va. this past week. 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