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II ii ii Neither our size, nor our excellent locaiion, or our comfortable, air conditioned banking quarters are as important as the fact that you receiv( here the courteous attention you would expect to receive in a bank whose personnel is experienced and trained to carry out your desires and your need, . You are cordially invited to experience this ser- vice by doing busines with us. Come in whenever the opportunity presents itself. You will be sin- cerely welcome. Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I i ii i i i|l ,i Class Completes Plans For Reunion. July 11 The steering comm+ttee for the 20th reunion of ~t~he class of 1939 of Charles Town High School corn pteted plans this week for t~e oc- casion to be held on July I1 at Jefferson Coun~ty Memorial Park. The main even,t .wilt be a box supper at 5:30 p. m..for the mere- be:s. their families and former school teachers. Prizes will be a- wal~e~l ttir vhe member traveling the favt'hest. ~he larges,t family present, youngest ~hild present and oldest child presen,t. Qui~te a large number of mem- bers from a distance have co~n- ,municated with the committee of their i~tentions to attend. All those residing in the coun- ~ty are urged to not forget this oc- casion as no further notices will ~be mailed. This will be the first reunion of this class since t~heir ~raduatlon 20 years ago. It will be remembered tha the late Dr. Peter Marshall gave the gradua,tion address for this class ,and the Rev. J(~hn Shirley now re siding in l~loPida ~nd brolher of Mrs. C. C. Tabb, preached ,~he bac cal~ureate sermon, he being the fir::t alu, mJnus of ~he local high school to return for this hi,nor. fIIE WEATHER AND The Weather-It Is Changeable And may I say really ci]angea~ le weather and exceedingly hot fir.% part of week and at the end of ~the week especially :Saturday night throw on ano.ther blanket ~lease. Bu% wiVh such an experien- ce of this weather I am about a~ usual and ready for a little chat and here goes the weather from last Monday very very hot 93. Tuesday very dry and no air stir- ring and hot thermometer stand- ing at just 100 top of Blue Ridge the nights have been really hot. We usually get a fine breeze here of n~iffhts but: just abou.t the hot- test we have experienced here Wednesday very close and scarce- ly a leaf moving, gardens,perishing for a drink. Thm~day morning ~ome oar one can breathe a little fresh air and some clouds gather- mg appearance of rain quite a lot of lighting and one of our neigh- bors were lucky they were not at home and lighting came in ove~ Vhe wires in the home and did a little damage but just lucky no fire from it bu~t there was no rain Friday morning so happy to see the leaves moving and just a frac tion c~gler and a wonderful nigh to slumber all t, hrough the nig~ht, no need of a fan. Saturday a very nice day cool night. Sunday an- other ice day and a fine breeze .%irring all day d~ring the holid,ay Saturday and Sunday There was heavy traffic both days just a con- stan,t move of cars ,Monday morn- ing heavy clouds, do hope we get a good rain, trust everyone had a great 4,th and all are O. K. So long. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wil~t and little daugh, ter Cindy Lou and son Lee of Murrell Hill were Saturday night gues, ts with the formers par ents Mr. and Mrs. Huml~hrey Wilt and daughters Antionnette ,and Ar b'~'tUS. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and family were guests Thursd,ay even ing with the formers niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hos tier. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and son Ronnie and daughter Connie of Murrell Hill were guests Satur- day night with the formers par- en~ts Mr. and Mrs. Humohrey Wilt Picnic On July 25 The Chestnut Hill Sunday School will hold Uheir annual pic- nic on Sa,turday, July 2~th in the grove near the Church. There will be a picnic dinner everyone is Tel come to be present and enjoy the dinner and tJhe all day meeting with ole friends as usual. Mrs. Georgia Staubs, Mrs. Ruth Manuel and t~wo sons, Miss Reba Stau'bs were guests Saturday even ing with the formers sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jen- kins of Murrell Hill. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garre,~ of Murrell Hill were visitors Sunday evening .with the formers sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and son Duane were visitors with the lat.ters far'her Mr. Ralph ,Marshall of Lovettsville, Vs. who has been quite ill. Mrs. Mary Lou Wilt ,and son Duane were ~isi.tors Wednesday ev ening with Mrs. Lee Potts of Ham ilton, Va. Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Garretl t just ot# 0; 7 Bb ch,v,,IJ' / Take a tip from the experts.., in their own words . . . and from on- the-record facts and figures: More than ever, Chevrolet gives you more than any other of the leading low- priced three! More room to relax in, for instance. A sampling of official dimensions reported to A.M.A.~ makes this clear. Chevy front seat hip room, for one thing, is up to 5.9 inches wider than comparable cars. And Chevy even offers more front seat head room than all but one of the high-priced cars! Best Brakes Not only bigger, but built with bonded linings for up to 66% longer life. Just to prove what's what, Chevy out-stopped both of the "other two" in a NASCAR?-conducted test of re- peated stops from highway speeds. Best Style It's the only car of the leading low-priced 3 that's un- mistakably modern in every line. "In its price class," says POPULAR SCIENCE magazine, "a new high in daring styling." Best Engine Every motor mag- azine has given Chevrolet's stand- ard and Corvette VS's unstinted praise. As SPORTS CARS ILLUS- TRATED puts it: "... surely the most wonderfully responsive ~ngine available today at any price." Best Ride MOTOR TREND magazine calls Chevy "... the smoothest, most quiet, softest rid- ing car in its price class." You'll be able to tell this yourself instantly, once you take the wheel. Best Economy No doubt about this: two Cbevrolet 6's won their class in the famous Mobilgas Econ- omy Run, got the best mileage of any full-size car, 22.38 miles per gallon--with Powerglide. Best Trade-In Check in any N.A.D.A.$ Guide Book. Chevy used car prices last year averaged up to $128 higher than comparable mod- els of the "other two." *Automobile Manufacturers Association Association :[or Stock Car Advance- ,nent and Research $National A~ttomobile Dealers Association CIIEVROLET Visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer and see how much more Chevy has to offer! WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 42 I I I ~ I I It OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl ..... and ?PIRIT OF .IEFFERS( N,, AD% OCATB , and children of H agers,town, ,Md. 8---I-- I HURSDAY, were Sunday callers " wfth ,Mrs. [ Mr. Paul Staubs :a~nd soll~ Mr. and ,Mrs. Earl Rodgers of i of Neersville, Vs. Were ca~l~ers~ Brunswick, Md. spen,t Friday Mr and Mrs Raymond col~ . ] family on Saturday. ~ were visitors Saturday night with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slus~her of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo and sons Kevin and Stephen of Bur- ke, Vs. were weekend gue.sts with 'the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. ' William Wilt. Mrs. Lillia,n Garretlt was a din- i ner guest Sunday with her sister Sa.turday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church, Vs. spent the week md at their ranch home cn ~he ~lue Ridge. The folks report af,ter ;everal very hot days in the city ~his Blue Ridge mountain air was ust a real treat and also by the yeather becoming cooler over the ~eekend. Miss Myrtle Wilt and daughter Ylrs. Lavern Tal:ton were ~isitors Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Tal,ton of Hamilto,n,. ~rought Good Sermon Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- ular appointment Sunday morn- :,ng ~t eleven A. M. and brought ~o us a very interesting message reading from the book of St. Matt hews the twenty second chapter and the first fourteen verses for the subject he chose the fourtee.n- :',h verse, Many are called but few are chosen glad to l~ave some new folks with us. Mr. and Mrs. Gaul,t and Mrs. Norman and three child ten from Blue Ridge Acres, Youngsters Join S. S. Class Class No. 4 which Mrs. G. C. Pearl is teacher of ages from 9,t~to 12 years was very proud to wel- come ,two youngsters and new sch olar into her class Sunday morn- ing. They were Judy Piper and Sandra Oozman.~- The teacher a- long wi,th the class sang-as usual the song to the new comers Good morning to you. ,Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Wild'and son David and Mr. and Mrs. Char les Wil.t and son Duane motored to Whiles Ford, Vs. and enjoyed a fried chicken dinner Sunday. Washington Visitors IMr. Edward Black,burn of Wash ington, D. C. was a visitor Satur- day evening witch Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their home. It had been some few years since Mr. Blackburn was at t,he Pearl home it was during the time the shel, ter at .t~he Keys Lean To was built and he along with other club members of t'he Potomac Appalachian Trail club s~tayed a% the Pearl home and enjbyed those good home ,cooked meals wit~h hot biscuits and the sugax cured country ham. He was appointed to clear the trail from Keyes Lean To to Wilson Lean To which is a dis,tance o,f seven miles and to repair ~he she1~ers which he ~ays are real~ly in need of re- pairs. T~ke Pleasure T~p (Mr. and Mrs. Reece Joh,nso~ ~f Murrell Hill and Mrs. tavern Tal- ton and Mr. Galen,t motored to Tennessee and. spen, t t'he week end as a pleasure trip wi,t'h Mr. Johnsons supt. whose home is in Tennessee. The supt. was ,also one i,n the number on Vhis tour ,that arrived back to the Blue Ridge Sunday evening. Mr. Johnson , works in Virginia near l~alls I Church, Vs. where the supt is the !boss over a number of men. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and children and Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land Piper were visitors Wed:nes- day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt and family. *Mr .and Mrs. Donald Phifer and little son Bal,timore, ~Md, were weekend guests with Vhe labters uncle and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mrs. Lester Wil,t who was a sur- gical patient in Charles Town Gen eral H0spi,tal is home now and re- cupera~ti,ng s~tisef,a~torily. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wil,t and dauffh,ter Patsy of ChRrles Town were dinner guests Sunday witlh ~he formers paren,ts ,Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daugh~ters Miss Antionnette and Arbu,tus. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler were dinner guests Sunday with the latters mother Mrs. Nora Ri,n ker and f~mily. Those visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jo'hn Runion the )ast week were Mr. and Mrs. Char les B~gent and son Rickey of In- wood, Mrs. George Bagen,t and uranddauthter Linda Lee near Millville, Mrs. Isabeli Bagc,nt and two children Mrs. William OiL and two children of Murrell Hill Mrs: Ann, a Grove of Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. PoAn,ter and three sons visi,ted wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Tom Longerbeam Saturday evening. Celebrates 86th Birthday Dinner was served a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Job,n Runion on Sunday in the honor ,of Mr. Run- ion's mothers 86th b~vffaday which was June 25, Sunday visitors at t,he home of Mr. and Mrs. John Run.ion and family on Sunday were Mrs. Fran ces. Runio:] and Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Boyce of ,Mt. Jackson, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Richard West land sons of Purce~llvitle, Vs., Mr. i John Run, ion Jr. of Front Royal, Va. Miss Linda Pain,ter s, pent from i Thursduy until S aturd~ty with her !uncle and aun,t Mr. 3,'.]d Mrs. Rich lard West and two sons o,f Purcel.1- rills, Va. Mrs. John Run, ion visited Mrs. i Harry Barker and daugh,ters in !Charles Town on Tuesday. i Mrs. John Runion and daughter and two gra,nd~hildren visi,ted wi,th Mrs. George Bagent and granddaughter Linda on Thurs- By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard day. Mr. and Mrs. H,arold St~aubs and s~o of Baltimore Yd. are spend- ing ~vo weeks with the t uVters mo- t'her Mrs. Ethel Buzzard while Mr. Staubs is having a vucwtlon from Armco Steel Inc. in Baltimore, :, (yd. ,night with the formers paren.ta Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers 'and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwait ann son of Sandy Hook, Yd. were visitors with the l,atters parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Stacks and dau- ghter Alice and a friend Miss Peg- gy Epes of near Washing,ton spent the weekend at their summer home here Miss Judy Cogle is spenddng a few days with her aunt and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. George Renner in Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Hazel Staubs and children Mrs. Leona Stau,bs were Sunday visitors with Mr. a.nd ,Mrs. Rod- hey Fields in Ransom ,Miss Geary Martz of Dargan, Md, was a v,is~itor on Saturday with Mr. Charles Everhart and his Ads Cogle and Mrs. Celia White and their families, his wife Mrs. Betty Buford. ,Mr. and Mrs. Don White and children, Mr. Larry Buzzard and Mr. Robert Penwell the l~tter of Arlintton, Vs. atte,nded the car races in Winchester Vs. on Sun- day. ;Mr. Paul S,taubs and son Earl of Virginia were Sunday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs. ~Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler of Baltimore, Md. are spending sev- eral days with the latters mother ,Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. ,Mr. a,nd Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Manning,s were callers with t~he latters parents Mr. and Mrs, Captain Rodgers and family. Mrs. Mabel Gift o,f Sharps'burg, Md. was a Saturday night gues,t wi, th her son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gift and two sons. Mrs. Lenabel Hawk of Chestnut Hill was a vis.ltor with her sister Mrs. Leona Everha~t and Mrs. El- sie Cook and fam,il~ies. Mr. and Mrs. Oll ie Hawk, Mr. and .Mrs. Nelson Grove and child- ren of Chestnu:t Hill were Sunday ily, Miss Betty Viands of ,Mill- visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Junior rills enjoyed ~ picnic lunch at Grove and family Glen Echo park near Washington Mr. and Mrs. John W'h~tehair on Swturday. and son Keith of Harpers Ferry Pfc. Gerald Buford of For~ Eus- were Sund~ay visitors with Mr. and tis, Vs. spent a long weekend with ~Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and children of M annings 'itors with Mr. and Mrs. Staubs and family. Mr. and Mrs. David and family, Miss Bet,~y Millville were Sunday eve~ itors with Mr. and Mrs. Cogle and son. _ ,.~. Delmar Cogle spen,t night and the day Sund~Y.~ his cousin Frankie Bracge~'.. 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