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~,e%v .o. %~,, %*%,, %,..o~%..** %~,v %o %..,o %e %~,. %o %. %.%..t* PERSONA S Guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Francis N. White were Mr, and Mrs, Walter ~rhitacre of Washi:]gton, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leonard and is a paUen~ in Ci~aries Town Gen eral Hospital recovering from a heart attack suffered two weeks i ago. Mr. Chapman is improving satisfactorily. While here Mr. and Mrs. Elliott visited with Mr. and ~Mrs. Horace Hill of Ranson and i Mrs. Harry T. Chapman and Mrs. Lwwrence MeG1 ail of Charles ': Town, children PatrJcia, Sue and Tommy i Mr. and Mrs. Marion Patton of Hyattsville, .Md., Mr. and Mrs. i Eackles Jr. are the proud parents Warren Shipley, ,Mrs. Newt Smith [of a son, Marion Patton Eackles *Mrs. Bertha Shultz, Miss Virgil 3rd, born Sunday, June 28 in a Buckingham, all of Baltimore, ~Md. [Washington Hos, pital, Washington and Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee Morgan i D. C. This is their 2nd child. Mrs. and )'ami}y of near Shepherds- :EEackles was the former Miss Su- "town. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lennon will spe.nd ,the holiday weekend Jn At- lantic$ City. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Elliott~ of Winchester, Va. visited Sunday with Mr. Leonard Chapman who i sa:ane Stokes. i Sunday visitors with Mr. and IMrs. Jack Jewell of near town !were Mr. and Mrs. James Taven- ,viF;~Lorn in Town on Monday. They were luncheon g~ues,ts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and su, pper guests a~ the ;home of .Mz'. a,nd Mrs. Kable D. Johnson. They retm'ned to Westminister ,Monday evening. Dr. B. I. Barnes of Baltimore was a guest Monday nite at the home of E. Guy Davis on Second Avenue. Mrs. Mary S. Clagett was guest speaker for The Ladies Class at The BapLi,% Church School in Berryville on Sunday. Mr. William Clemens and tMr. and 'Mrs. Ray Stilmunkes have re tur,ned to their home in Bellevue, Iowa after ~isiting with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Baker and family. Friday visi,tors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Appelll were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Blum and Mr. John Puzzini. Other visitors were Mr. and Mi';~. Edwin Lo~.~ of Rock ville, 'Md. ,Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Miller and son Billy lefb on Wednesday to spend a few days at Ocean City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kelley of l~aleigh, N. C. were visitors last week at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Francis N. Wlli'te on Soul:h Geo- rge Street. They returned home Friday evening. Mrs. Charles 'W. Appeli, ',Mrs. trip wa~ w,ime.~:~ing Queen Eliza- beth board her yacht "The Brit- annia' 'near the h'oquois Dam and ,the passage of the royal fleet i"The Britannia" wi:th three navy escorts through the American Channel of the seaway to King- ston, Ontario. Mr. and :Mrs. Guy H. Miller, Jefferson Avenue took their dau- g~htez', Nancy to Girl Scout Camp at Camp White Rock. They were accompa:aicd by Mr. and Mrs. Cal vin Fleming. Willie Blum and Mrs. Jack Jewell On June 27 Roy Lancaster fin- of near town were in Washington, ished his internship as 'M. D. at D. C. Wednesday shopping. Billings Hospital in Chicago, Ill. Miss Eunicex Bush of North Mil Dr. Lancaster will stay on at Bill dred Street has returned to her ings where he has accepted an ap home after a tour of the St. Law- pointment as resident Dr. there rence Seaway including Montreal,and he will ccntinue his work in Thousand Island's and a visit to surgery. ,t, he Jackson Perkins Rose Gardens in Newark, N. Y. An interesting as well as exci:ting moment of the # AT ANY ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK CUBE STEAK - Esskay's Sun- Up BACON CORKHILL BACON - - Brigg's All Meat FRANKS LONGHORN CHEESE - Dixie Maid FRANKS - - lb. 79c - lb. 79c - lb. 69c - lb. 39c - lb. 59c - lb. 59c - lb. 49c - lb. 49c (Fresh or Smoked, Small and Lean) VEAL CHOPS .... lb. 59c HAMBURGER--- Fresh Ground Beef - 3-1bs. $1.33 (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) U. S. Inspected---U. S. Grade "A" l m m (Whole or Cut Up) [ FROZEN EVERFRESH FORDHOOK LIMAS---10-oz. pkgs. - - 2 for 35c SEA FOOD DINNER - - - 59c OYSTERS---Selects - - 6 for 49c MORTON'S ROLLS - - doz.' 21c IDA MAE PIZZA - - large size 79c OPEN i i i ii 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity ~{lghts Reserved) Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! FANCY GOLDEN BANANAS - - 3-1bs. 25c LEMONS---Juicy - - - 12 for 29c CANTALOUPES---large - 2 for 29c CARROTS , l-lb. cello pack, 2 for 17c LETTUCE---Iceberg - large head 10c SPEND LESS AND GET MORE BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXE %--Assorted - - 25c SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES--Assorted - - 25c KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE 2-lb. pkg.79c VORDEN'S CHATEAU CHEESE, 2-lb. pkg.79c MARGARINE---Famous Brand 2-1bs. 33c LORD BALTIMORE SWEET GERKIN - 22-oz. jar 29c SHENANDOAH MAID APPLE SAUCE, 2 for 25c KENNEY'S TOMATO JUICE-- 46-oz. can 4 for $1.00 ESKO SHORTENING - - 3-lb. can 59c COUNTRY LARD - 4-1bs. 49c DOMINO SUGAR .... 5-lbs. 39c (With Purchase of $5.00 or More) CARNATION MILK - 6 tall cans 89c MONARCH MILK - 6 tall cans 79c F. F. V. ASSORTED COOKIES l-lb. pkg. 29c SONNY BOY ...... 2 pkgs. 7c KEEBLER HIGHLAND CREME SANDWICH - 2.1bs. 49c PALMOLIVE BATH SIZE SOAP--5c Off 2 for 24c SOFTEE TOILET TISSUE 16 rolls $1.00 Huptials Are Toid ~Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Eilert- son, Sr., announce the marriage of their daughter Louise Eilert- son Gilbert to Mr. Edward Wilson Ferrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Ferrell of Arlington, Va. o;a June 13 in BeLhany Baptist Chur- Ch, Wazhington, D. C. The key. Dr. Menter P. Gorman officiated for the ceremony. The bride is an employee of t,he National Geograp'hic Magazine in their Map Section. The gz'oom is a mini,s,~er .of mus- ic aL Bethany Churcll and a sen- ior at Ammican University where he is majoring in music. The bride'se 'mot*her is the for- mer Blanche Huddle of Shenan- doah Junct,ion. y Jean Oden Becomes Bride Charh H.Woodward In Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Woodward Guests were received in fine social hall at a reception given by the uncle and aun*t of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Meveral Yon,tz of Martinsburg, following ,fine marriage Sunday afternoon June 21 of Miss Peggy Jean Oden daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth B. Galen Charles Town, Rt. and C~harles Henry Woodward, 'Martinsburg, Rou.te 3, which oc- curred Sunday at 4 o'clock in the Charles Town Baptist Church. Mr. Woodward is the son of Mrs. Allene V. Woodward, Route 3. For the wedding service for which fine key. R, ussell J. Urqu- hart officia,ted, a floral back- ground of white gladioli and chry santhemums with palms and light ed tapers had been provided. Miss Owen Knott of Shepherds at the organ for t,he nuptials accompan,ied William Pat,terson o.f Paw Paw, singing "O Promdse Me" and "The Lord's Prayer". Escorted by her father, 'the bride was attended by Mi~s Gen- evieve MeKee as maid of honor; Miss Carolyn Oden, a cousin, Miss Peggy Atkins and Miss Mary Alice Hitt, as bridesmaids. Groomsmen were Leighton Mil- ler of Shepherdstown, bes,t man; Steve Sinnet,t, Tom S,tillwell of Mar~nsburg and Leo l~ogg of Strasburg, Vs. ushers. They axe residing in Bus~h-En- gle Apart~nents i,n Ranson. The bride's gown of whi,te nylon sheer fell into a chapel train. The scalloped neckline was ou.tlined in alencon lace embroidered in iri- Miss Brenner Betrothed To Mr. Donald Swartz MISS VICKI BRENNER (Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry W. Bren- ner, Paramount, announce the be- trot;hal of their d~u~hCer, Vlckt to Mr. Donald L. Swartz, son of I Mr. and Mrs. Wil~liam Swartz of , Charles Town, W. Vs. A. B. C. DOG I'0OI) - 12 cans $1.00 I Miss Brenner is a graduateof NoV0h Hagerstown H ig~h School in COCA COLA - - 6 pack 30c i)he class o~" 1957, and is now at- (One Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 Order-- tend,ing Fros,tburg State Teachers Plus Deposit) College. } ,Mr. Swartz Is a gradua~ce ~f i i i i II i i ii ii !Charles Town High ~(~hool, also in fine class of 1937. He is now ser ring with the UniCed S~ates Army. No date 'has been set for .the wedding. A R R 0 W ....... 98c G U N T H E R ..... 98c S C H L I T Z .... - $1.40 (6 PACK THROW AWAY BOTTLES) ALL POPULAR BRANDS descent sequins. Her veil was a~t- Cached to a crown of seed pearls and sequins; and she carried a whi,te Bible witih a whi,te orchid and clustm~ of white pore poms. Maids' dresses were silk organza with full skirts and cummerbunds ending in long sas'hes. The honor maid's was pink, tJhe others green. "vVi, th them t,hey wore ma,tc'hing headbands, gloves and slippers, and carried nosegays of mu:ms and baby's bre.~t,h. The bride's mother in pink and the groom's in blue, botch used ~hi~e accessories and wore pink rosebud- corsages. Reception guests were register- ed by Miss Mary Louise Ea'ton and Mrs. Daniel Dopson. Mrs. Ral,ph Oden and Mrs. Virgil Cole poured punch; M~. Mevera,1 Yontz and Mrs. Charles ,Woodward served the bride's cake; ~d Mrs. Nathan Woodward and Mrs. Carl Wood- ward were in charge of fine gift t~ble. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward motor- ed Sou,t;h for a wedding trip, the bride leaving in a blue s~hea,th ~vWn nylon overski~tt and w'hite ac cessones and wearing her bridal orchid. Mrs. Woodward is in t~he X-ray departmen:t at Charles Town Gen eral HOSLp~tal. Mr. Woodward will teach m Berkeley cou;xty this Fall. Both a.,'e Shel~herd College gradu- tries, Mr. Woodward u member of Theta Sigma Chi social fra~ernity and Kappa Delta Pi. Weding guests were from Wash ington, D. C., Pennsylvania, Virgin ia and Maryland. Mrs. Shirley Writt Head VFW Auxiliary ductresses Bessie Van Hon~ a,nd Lillian LeFew'e. Officers are: President, Sue Walker (wife of installing officer) East Rainelle, Sr. Vice President; Ann Davis, Weirton; Jr. Vice Pres ident, Grace Minnix, Belle; Chap- lin, Geraldine Pierce, Martinsburg Treasurer, Majorie C. Sidebottom, Clarks,burg; Cc,nductress, Geral- dine Joy, Fairmont; Guard, Min- nie Barr, Parkersburg. Mrs. Shirley Writt, Ransom pres ident of District No. 4 w~s install ed at this time. Mrs. Horace Hill,' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r. RM R 6=--A THURSDAY, .JULY 2, Miss Ruth Weaklem Becomes Bride Mt Baker :In Hagerstown Church "2 Mr. and Mrs. William Frederick Baker A !Sret,ty d,oub:le ring ceremony The groom's mofiner wore vca,s performed o;:~ Sa+turday, June rose lace wit'h w)hirte 20 at 4:00 p. m. by the Reverend The ushers were LeRoY Ernest B'aker at "The l~irst Chin'- land Russell Printz Jr. o{ Ch of God" on Sum mi,t Avenue in [erstown, Md. Hagers, town, Md. v~hen Ru~th Mall [ For her going av~av costtV cry Weaklem; daughter of Mr. and I bride wore blue wi%,h a w*hiCe! Mrs. Robert J. Weaklem of Hag- erstown, Md. and William Freder-[Iture h~t and gloves. ic Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le- I The br,ide is a graduate o~ Roy Baker of Rans,on were uni,ted Hig'h School in !,n marriage, and has been employed in The Church was attractively de vice de,parlt,men~t of Sears, corated w,i:th baskets of assor~ted Co,, H, agers,tx>wn, Md. tlower s and candles. The groom is a ;Mrs. Gloriz Sneckenberger was Ch,arles Town High a,t the org, an and Mrs. Vir~rfia t'he Hagerstow:~ Business ,R, ohere, Soloist sang "I Love You Hagerstown, Md. A,t Truly" and "The Lord's Pr,ayer". employed as salesman The bride wore a pawder blue l:t, anson Machine length taffeta dress covered wi,t~h : Ou, t of ,town guests mere whi,te C,hanil~ly lace and white Iowa, Pc., W. Vs. and Md. lace mitts and a shoulder leng,~,h The you, ng couple af, ter veil. The bride carried a w,h,ite wedding trip t~hrough Vir~i] prayer book with white and pink make their home wi.t,h the rose buds. j paren,ts in l~nson. IMrs. Carol Morn:e, sister of the bride was matron of honor and ~he wore pink glazed rayon a,nd nylon wi,th impression of white roses and a fit, ted cummer,bund and a w'hite lace picture hat, w,hi~te gloves and a w,hite rose bud T corsage. A The best man was Robert Moore A bro,ther-!,n-law of the bride. x The bride's mot~her wore green la taffeta witth white accessories. T JLJ Ranson and Mrs. Kenneth Anders. Ranson delegate wad alternate re- spectively atended Thursday's ses sion and Mrs. Hill attended all three. Mrs. Frank Dorsey presi- dent of Jefferson County Memor- ial Auxiliary at,tended t'he session on Saturday. The year's cancer report showed $2,000 donated. $210.00 was rea- lized from the sale of an electric skillet end electric iron arid ap- rons during the convention. TO HOLD FAMILY PICNIC A lawn party will be held at the church lawn at Murrill Hill Me:th odist Chtlrch Friday, July 10 at 6:00 by the W. S. C. S. On Sale will be hot dogs, chicken salad, mexica,ns, soft, drinks, coffee, home made cake, candy. The pub- lic is invited. For The COOLERS THE G I R I, Air Conditioned for comfort. Has just :: new shipment of DRESSES - CORDIN SKIRTS - SLACKS - PUSHERS The Friendly Class of the Char BURMUDAS - les Town Methodist Church will WEIGHT LINGEHE hold their family picnic at t'he Jeffer>~n Memorial Park, July 10. BATHING Bring your own services. PRICED $5.98 to For Girls 5'7" and MURRILL HILL LAWN PARTY T ALLS By LUCILLE, 13Vz W. Boscawe ' 2nd Floor Winchester, Election and ins*tallwtion of of- ficers marked the final session o1' t, he 38t,~h an,nttal conve~tion of fine Department of West Virginia. Vet erans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary in Martins'burg Saturday, the worn en working through from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. without a break for lunch. Past Departmen,t Commander, Eugene Walker installed with con ALL METAL STURDY BUILT NEWBERRY Reg. $4.98 LOW PRICE KING SIZE FOLDING Reg. $1.90 LOW WOMEN'S FANCY TRAW NEWBERRY Reg. $1.00 LOW PRICE LADIES KNIT TWO TONE Reg. 59c NE PHONE 314 CHARLES TOWN OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9:00 P. M.