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AIR - CONDITIONED WINCIIESTER'S MODERN NEW SHOWPLACE MATINEES - 1 & 3 P. M. EVENINGS - 7 & 9 P. M. A TANLEY OONEN OQUCTION TI[OHNIOOI.OR" )N" A UNIVER~L RELEASE ATTEND CHURCH WINCHESTER, VA. Mt 7:^n h b.sn part;c'ipate. All Chuvchc aro I. /.ll/IJ /411ll~gH invited to attend. The Reverend .loseph E. Washin~on, Sr., B. D. Meth0dtst Church To Have Men s" Day July lO Cubs Tak d. it:. Z'on African Methodist V--L _ k J_. _ I1__ Ep ,scopal Church Duffield,,W Va t .ilnKees MOVe Up presents it s Annual Men s Day ls L I ., s l~ Program Sunday Juiy 10th, begin] |n N~l'|~n~l I~ ning with Rev. S .H. Patterson[ ell e l~,eevee~e I, vv[ his Church and Choir at 3:00 p. ------ m. I NATIONAL LEAGUE The all male chorous of the vdr I STANDING OF TEAMS ious denominations will furnish[ Team W L music invitation is extended to[c ..... " :~ ' ..A/J$."; O 4~ m(~n from the Job Corp. of Zoarl Giants 6 -~ W Va I ' " - Indians 5 2 Mr. R. J Funkhouser of Ran- Yankees 5 3 son, will be guest speaker at 7:30 Dodgers 3 6 p. m. Bro. Preston Morris Jr., Braves 0 9 is chairman of The Men's Day ~--O---- - t~rogram. The public is invited RESULTS OF PAST WEEK ~- June 29 - Cubs 12 Braves 2 mille hlila , June 30. G~nts lI Dodgers 1 DUILUIPH 'r July 1 - Yankees 17 Braves 2 July 2 . Yanke~ 6 Giants 4 RHYIMP. RID GAMES ON TAP :wv..Hv/ vzt July 7. Indians vs Braves July 8 - Dodgers vs Yankees July 11 . Cubs vs Giants July 12. Braves vs Dodgers on ertified Ill/ring it's A Vital Part of Your All Electric Fulurel The Potomac Edison Co. NOW SHOWING! -- Starting at Dusk FIRST-RUN -- Valley Premier Showing Riding To Greatness Across 2,000 Miles Of Flaming Frontier! July 13. Yankees vs Indians The Cubs and the Yankees changed the whole completaion of ...... ....... Cinema ,n .P, nlorhvl h xe iNi:I AR6RH, lID BUflgN3 MIIHA[[ IONNORS. AlEX IOBD .BINB gRDIBY BOB IUMM Nfil VAN H[F[ N SLMP IBIIIffANI[ POW[RI. Kii.NAN WYH EXTRA! Big Holiday Cartoon Carnival! THE IS WHERE YOU WILL FIHD fiERY BAHKIH6 SERVICE YOU HEED OR DESIRE FOR YOUR NEW CAR FINANCING WE OFFER A LOW RATE OF AHI) TltEBE IS [I AT A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDICE RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 725-5212 RANSON, W. VA. Thurs.-Fri..Sat. July 7.-8-9 It's A Southern.Loving . Song . Filled Swamp-Romp! Where The Action Is! "Swamp Country" In Color. Starring Rex Alien ALSO The Wettest Comedy of the Year! "Stump Run" People, Spots In The NewsI i Madison, Wis. nursez:y school i~i~m~cling to rope as they 'explore' ll:~l!~iE;: =~ ~ capital Square. iii i;i'i!iii; i!iii ii ii 140-POUND halibut was ii::!:::!:: caught off Newburyport, Mass. by James Petalas (left) on 45,pound test line. POISE of Mary Ann Keller helps her balance lightweight bottles of B. F. Goodrich's vinyl plastic at National Plastics Ex- . ,, , ., position. , .; e;~ii:. > ~!i~/;: i:!:i~..~ .... ;.;i: i/:i || SEA OF FOAM spread by new British fire:fighting ma-ii I| chine all but engulfs firemaster at demonstration inll [I Glasgow, Scotland. Machine can produce 31,150 gallons|l of foam a minute. the National Little Baseball Lea- "Aged in the wood and "Bonded" que pennant race this past week, To Make You LaffI -- Starring with the Cubs overtaking both the Indians and Giants and tour- Slim Plekens . Edward Buchanan ing i~to a slim half game league lead and the Yankees moving up SATURDAY 2 P.M. to within a game of the top spot. The move by these two clubs, "The Bashful have brought on a terrific four- way race now for the league ~' -'- "mepnanC crown, with the Yankees showing however, with four singles in[ four times at bat Roth took the loss for the Braves. Roth and Dooling were the only Braves to collect hits off the offerings of Walker. the most power right now. Miss Dorothy Lake Adm: - 6 Empty Coke Bottles The Yankees scored victories _ -- ~ _ Or 25e on two consecutive evenings, de- "-" --- feati~ag the Giants in a close and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and Sun.~Mon.-Tues. July 10-11.12 exciting 64 battle Saturday, after daughter Miss Rebecca Lilla, Mrs having sotmdly trounced the last James Lilla and sons Jay and It's Never Too Soon To Start place mad winless Braves 17-2 Vince, MT. R, obert Waugherrnan Laughing At! Friday ~ternoon. and Tom Pope spent Sunday with The Saturday battle was one of Mr, and Mrs. Bill King of Lourel "Never Too Late" the best games played this season Md. In Color. Starring Paul Ford with both teams getting good Mr. Joe Gordon of Edinburg, Connie Stevens . Jim IIuttonpitching and timely hitting. Va. and Mrs. Vallie Carper of Keith Webb was on the mound Winchester, Va. returned home for the Y~nkees, and although he TUesday morning after spending Starts Wed. - Elvls Presley In gave up eight hits, he managed several days with their sister and "Frankie and Johnny" to keep them well enough scatter- brother.in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. ed for ,the victory. Collins and E. Lake.' Whitmore worked for the Giants, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow and giving up only seven hits. children of Rockville, Md. Barb- The Giants came clo~ to pull. ara Ann Turner of Middleway ing the game out of the five in and Mrs. T. W. Diliow St. and son the final frame when they scored Andy spent Wednesday with Mr. two runs, but their rally fell and M, rs. Elmer Myers of C,~sino- HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. short via, Va PHONE 535-2212 The Yankees score~ twice in Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs ----------- the first amd second frames and T. W. Dillow Sr. were Mr. and stayed in front all the way. P. Mrs. Charles Gary Dillow and, Thurs.-Fri. July 7-8 Dorsey and D, Markley each had son of Alexandria, Va. and Mr. "How The West a pair of hits for the Yankees, land Mrs. Dale Dillow and child- while Alger, Dillow and Noland, ren of Rockville, Md. Sunday Was Won" each had two for the Giants, guests were~ Mr. and Mrs. Ken- In Color with John Wayne In the Yankee-Brave battle neth Turner and children of Mid- Friday 'evening, W. Smallwood dleway. James Stewart. Henry Fonda led the Yankee hitting ,attack Mrs. Virgil Whitley and son "--'--'-----------------'----------'- with a home run, his third of the Steve of Baltimore, Md. spent the SATURDAY JULY 9 season, and a double. Fourth of July with Mr. and Mrs. D. Markley limited the, Braves Ralph Johnson and son, s and Mrs. GIANT SPOOK-THON! to just three hits, singles by Fra- Lula Ranalli, Steve remained for 4-Thrilling Chillers In Color! ley, Anders and Lance. a visit with his aunt and uncle The Yankees scored 12 runs in Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and "13 Frightened Girls" the first two frames and coasted son Kevin. to the one-sided victory. Mrs. Pittman Russell of Will- ' Curse Of The Thursday evening the Giants iamsport, Md. spent Friday with scored an easy 11-1 victory over her mother, Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Mummy's Tomb" the Dodgers as Dillow and Knice- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam ly limited the Dodgers, to just and children Tommy, Linda, Kat- "Die, Die My four hits and a run. The lone hy and Diana of Engle are spend Dodger run came in the first trig tWo w~eks with Mr. and Mrs. "I Saw What I Did" frame without the Dodgers collect ----- ing a single base hit. Ott had two F-R.E.E BREAKFAST --- During of the four Dodgers hits, both of Last Show - Bat's Blood andthem singles I W' S Devil's Food! Titus and Whitmore each hac1 two hits for the Giants. Adults-J1 Children FREE Wednesday evening, June 29, the Cubs moved into the league lead with a 12-2 victory over the Sun.-Mon. July 10.11 Braves. Jimmy Walker, who hurled a "Dr. Golfoot And The two-hitter at the Braves, also Bikini Machine" helped his own cause at the plate with a pair of singles. Jr. Host- In Color. Frankie Avalon let was the big bat for the Cubs, l And The Beach Party Gang PLUS - CARTOONS i TUESDAY JULY 12 FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! "Haunted Palace" In Color with Vincent Price Lon Chancy Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. July 13-14-1S "As ogon" In Color - Also - In Color 'Taboos of the World' The Film That Starts Where The Other "Mondo" Pictures Chicken- ed {)tat.-- This Is Adult Enter. talnment! Christ in you, the hol d glory.--(CoL 1:27) When we ask ourselves= 'qk'hat is the best of myself?" It is our true self, our Christ sel~. The people and the s|t~a- tions we meet provide the plot for today's production, The7 afford us new opportunities to present the best of our~[veL As we step on the stage of to, day's living, through Chri.~t in us, we present fuller expres- sions of health, ha.~ony, hap- piness, and prosperity. t I PHONE 725-2002 ,3. T. Lon e 'beam who are car p-l sIRrr OF P. M ER ADVOCA ling along the Shenandoah River. l ~tTr~r~ iv ~U~v ,r, ~oaa ~) o s ' Nice --,,,. ,,~,,,:x--, o~ ,z-- ,, ,.,,,,, ~u,--..,) } Mr. and Mr...hm ewarn rI ~_~ land child~ren Kay, Michael and l ]Terry were Monday afternoonl .Mr.. and Mrs. Hen~ Ballengerlors of Mr. and Mrs, Michael D' vi,~itors of Mrs. Moss Ranalli. ]wno nave veen re~id~g a z~um.]Angelo and Mr. Tony D'Ang~lo. Mr and Mrs Wayne Ma~n of/oer ot years ~n ivtiuville navel ~'~- -n ....... i" ........ ..... ~ , -. .. ";.. i /tie a nuai w It reunion wit[ moved to ttaiJtown [ R)ppon were Wednesday eveningI . . ,', - -]b~ hel,~ a* '~-~ ~ .... ~,~, v,..t- ;. I ,,~a ...... * ~a,.~ ~-.~- Wil~shire ' ~vn's George whittington o* I ~ "* ~ ........... Z""\ ""*'? '." ........ t ~ u, ......... a,,,c ~ " '' " ' Char' "~ I a,,~ ~s ....... ;,,. tlim-s ,na lHalltown was a Saturday evening l ms TOWn On .~unu~5' JUly IMrs Morri~ Kain of Harpers I visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Tony I ~ s ...... -~. ] try r hursda evenin~ 'Angelo Jr and children, left ,Fe..~, wee T ~ Y ol .... " ' I Ivisitors of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Iand Jenner. ] I~-- M.lat~k~k-.. ] Pam ttoffman of Brunswiek,] M, rs. Floyd Smatlwood and[ ~ gnlpnaars i Md. spent the weekend with her[children Tina and Tonya of Cha-I g T o---=7_ [grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn Jack.lrles Town spent Tuesday with[~,,.~ ]son. ]her aunt Miss Rosie Petrucci. [ "~,~~~ J Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli/ Hope Whittington of Baltimore I , *., "~'~~ land children, Vivian, Marili and/ Md. has been visiting her grand[ ~a,- ~ J~"~l [[ [Joey, Mrs. ,Tames Lilla and sons/ mother, Mrs. Marie Whittington. ] ~i~"~,--~[ I Jay and Vince, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-[ Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire, Mrs. I ~---~i~~';~ l[['~"Tx,d~ [die Moler, Mr. and Mrs Irving/Mae Webb, Mrs. Mack Hooe, Mrs. I ~~"a'fh~"~ ]Grey, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton/ Michael Rice and Mrs. Han'yl ~'~--ll~(,~]l ~ ! [~ff land son Kevin aa l Mrs. VirgillNicewarner were recent visitorsl ...L] | I Whitley and son Steve all enjoyed / of Mr. and Mrs. O~ar Hoffman i ~tT~ ~:J~]~.~-~ l a picnic along the ShenandoahI Mr. and Mrs. James Canlfordl iti-' i [River on Monday. land daughter of Itarpers Ferry, I I~ _J ~ ~" I Mr t- w D'llow and son~ were Sunday afternoon visitors I [Andy and Barbara Ann Turner [of Mr. and Mrs. H urshell Cant ford [ ~ ~,~ [ spent from Wednesday until Sat-[ Mr. and Mr~ Clifton Kelican [ ~Yeah, same here--my five t,,,a~,, ~, Rockville Md at the/ann ~orman ~ay were ~undayl ,~o,. Am ,,6,, a,, i~**,~,_.~,, !-~ .... /~ ~ ...."---------- home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dtllow dt.nner_guest of Mr. and. Mrs.I fact I oon~ kis ~tuffl" Mrs. Dillow was taking care of HI t:napman ot near t:nariesI~ tt~ "" a, ,, I the children while Mr: and Mrs,. [ ow. I tie g1$e -- AoYerllse Dalm Dillow was spending severalI M,r. and Mrs. Leonard Viands [ days in Ocean City, Md. Jr. and sons were Monday visit- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY BELL'S STOREWIDE IS NOW IN PROGRESS i~i: Our Entire Stock of Over 2000 Summer Suits Has Been Reduced, Featuring These Low Prices WASH 'N WEAR REG. $ .00 VALUES DACRON-WOOL REG. $50.~ VALUES Dacron & Cotton Reg. $25.00 Values Now Dacron & Wool Reg. $36.95 Values Now S ENTIRE STOCK ADAMS & DOBBS ST RA W HA TS 25 % off / SPECIAL REDUCTIONS 33% off Entire Stock OF BOYS' SUMMER iSUITS / & 'SPORT COATS Reg., Slims and Huskies Reg. $9.00 Values (All are Dacron Blend Wash and Wear) Reg. $14 Wool & Dacron Ivy or Pleats--1000 Pairs CHARGE ITI TAKE 6 MONTHS TO PAY! O FREE ALTERATIONS Open All Day Wednesday 122 N. LOUDON ST. WINCHESTER, VA. HARVEST TIME SAVE GRAIN, TIME, LABOR AND MONEY USE PEOPLES SUPPLY GRAIN BANK SYSTEM--- * DEPOSIT YOUR GRAIN IN THE GRAIN BANK --- ::" WE PROCESS YOUR GRAIN TO FEED OF YOUR NEED,-- * NO STORAGE CHARGE IF GRAIN IS GROUND AND MIXED AT OUR MILL AND USED WITH OUR SUPPLEMENT -- * NO SHRINKAGE OR DETERIORATION, FULLY INSURED PICK UP YOUR FEED AT MILL BULK OR BAGGED OR WE WILL DELIVER IT IN OUR TRUCK --- WEEK - END SPECIAL --- Custom Mixed HIGH GLOSS ENAMEL--3.88 gal. (HUNDREDS OF COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM) CHARLES TOWN, W.