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Observe 25th )n Anniversary ine~ and ~hey received many beau~dful gifts and also many card.~. Raymond Stein Honored With Birthday Party Raymond Stein was honored with a birlhday party at his home on Monday, July 10. His guests included his family, Rickey Funk. Eric Waggy, Runny Marcus, Steve Mayor Nicholas Newly Of Charles Teen-Ac SPIRIT OF JEFFERgON fARMERS 6--A THURSDAY, JULY Miss Genevieve D. Bride of Mr. zour Before an alter decorated with Frank, Patrick and white gladioli, Miss GenevieveCreamer, Silver Spring, Davis McKee, daughter of Mr. and spending this week Mrs. Edward M. McKee, of the grandparents Mr. and Clopper and Donna While Middleway Pike, became the bride dio Gall[. e. h) )enls of cokes, lie of Mr Meadie LeGarde Gochen- ~, moh~,a ~,irh 1,. cream, cake and candy were serv- our, of Bedlngton, W. Va., ~Ihe ville Va and Miss Ella', ed and then they all went to the double ring ceremony was pre- Charles 'town visited the movi Mist in Martinsbur'~ formed in St Peters Lutheran e " y,' : ~,. ~. ..... ....... Mrs. Bernard Smith m H Ra round is the son of Ml and ~nurcn in bnepnerflstown at /:au Virginia Y : : "" " John ......... Mrs. Dick Stein. p.m. June 30, by the Rev. , Grissinger, pastor. Mr. and M~. Calvlni~ F . Appropriate music was played ~lr. anu ~rs. uuy ~. lvu,, ~ anna.nre rnnaoemenl' by Mrs. Inger Garrison o~ Charles ~nyJiss ~armer, all oz~ ............... :w-:~ ........ Town ,TOWn, lvlr. anu ~ar.s. ueorJ u;. ,,,.u ,^. "*-oh-w The bride, given in marriage by ford and two children, I'ti~ P~II LVU li~lla U n th doah Junction returneut 3 Shown in the above picture are responding secretary; Dick Eber- Stiles and John Russell.her father, wore a street le g . c, ..n .... ~*,~- ~e,, had sd di ess with a white lace OOOlCe and T. Mr WIHIRm KpRrllpV the newly elected officers of the l sole, second vice president, and The newly anoointcd committee .............. ~,] n .... ;,~ ~-~n Cit,~ .v .-... ,,,..,u,,.,... .... j Charlou q'own Wnn~an Teena~,e T tho Ftov Cnrlvlo MoDnnMd "nin ~ -- waln a IUll cotton skirt, bne carrl- ~-,- ,,-ao ,- v~,... __ a,-a . ~:,, -- ,, " ............ ~ ............. ~- ..............., s " +)h'~;~.n~,~n ~va ~2nlhr ~hatslon rO .......... u L__, ,,,a,-a ~oinea over me w~ ....... n e fo e" 961 62 h " o Pres .................... a ......... , "'~" eu an ne]rloom ~I~)le wnlcn net ..... a .... : Ca te n r the y ar 1 - , w o lster of the Charles T wn by- .... :: ....... .......... - e- r Mr and Mrs Hugh Via. ::.:,:. ..... .......... .... . ,.,,...o,.,n.n ~,,~n .... ni"ht 1"1"....:... ,-~. ..... ~. treshment chairman Ruth NIC great grandmother and he ..., })":!::: 7. They are (left to right), Mayor Members of the executive tom- warner chmrn)an of the corn- re.other each carried on their wed- -- I Nicholas Carson who installedmittee and the committee chair, m)ttee respons)ble for the.clean- dlng day. On the B~ble was arrang r: :~ :: ~i!i!::i:!!i~i:i the officers; Tommy Crane treas- men are as follows: representing !ng of the canteen on weeKenos; ed a brida! boquet of three orcn- I! -._ ~ -.-~ ' :;::: ~. ~._ -"~i::~iii)i! urer Jane Mullen recording sec- the 8th grade are Land Marcus r~.ay ~orenz, chairman oh.me corn- los and oaDy s oream.. 1 i'| ~ ~] | II | i::i:::~~ii::(ii retary; Charlotte gisner, first vice and Pierce Parr; 9th grade, Cindy m)ttee re, sponslble mr the clean- The bride .chose as her bride's :~ :i:;;i: president; Mr. and Mrs. William Davis and Pete Furr; 10th grade, lng of me canteen ourlng memaid, her sister, Miss Joyce Ann II . .~ , week and I aula~omoro,uecor Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Dawson Zombro canteen advisors and Karla Corbin and Larry Wilt llth .. / ' " " McKee. She wore a blue dress in ~ : .:~i:::~:i daughter, Robin; Betty Brown, grade Patsy Grant and Steve Will atmn cna)rman, style to that of the bride and she ~ ~ .i~~ Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Daw-iMader, sisters of Mrs. Dawson, ~~~::ii president; Margaret Saville, cur- ingham and 12th grade, Dena (PhotoBy Tim Sinn) carried a nosegay of pink carnat- 1 ~ ~al~.-~i~ son, of Seventh Avenue, Ranson, !served the cake arid /#ere at the L:i~/~:i!i: : __.__ ions. l~'/ observed their 25th wedding an-punch bowl and Mrs. Joseph ;::~~i~ i: F Hauser and young son Stan- Mrs Anthony J Banks provided Mrs C E. IIann North Samuel ~,.The bride is employed at the niversary, Sunday July 2, with Mauk of Ranson, was in charge ::~ ...... :: :::~ ' , , '" ' ' . .naries Town uenerat rmSpltm as ~!~(:.~::~ ley of Houston, rexas, expect to the nmslcal selections The Street. "Open House" reception at their I of the guest book and the gift ::~ ::::::::~;i be ere for th s ser ice -Ichurch was decorated with wh Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Appell ........ " dstown ~ ~ll~_ ~:~ home from 2 until 5 p.m. , i table" ~ ::" ..... :~:~::::?:: h i v on Sun " ' "'" ite ;ecretary in the labatory She is Out-of4own guests, from Pit- I Refreshments consisted of cake, i:::i! i!iii:ii;I day. ] gladioli and small white mums in and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jewell and .~.. grauuate ot ~nepner ~ ]f'f~ ~ ~'~1"~ I :~ standm baskets t~gn ~cnool cairn and Sloran, Pa., Baltimore, [punch, cookies, mints ::: :!i:~j ['" ' g " "" tlonal son Jaekie of near town have been - The groom" a son of Mr and ~/,[ ~v- ~ . ::::i ill,,.,. ~ ......U,,,~,,,&~ I The bride wore a tradi " vacationing in Florida and enjoy- o ~.',. 1 Md. and Great Cacapon, W. Va. [ Mrs. Dawson wore a Navy blue~:::ii I~i1~)LUIIILC PI~'I~ lU t gown of dulcette satin with Alen- ing a ride on the glass bottom Mrs. M. L. Gochenour ot t~eolng I ! "t joined with local friends in help- land white nylon dress and also ~-_ -=- :-_---:_~- ~^~ Up ~1^~ |w con basque bodice, scalloped boat and on the Jungle Cruise ton, a former resident of Martins- I ing Mr. and Mrs. Dawson cele-la white orchid. ~-~ -___-- -~- :- ITI~U I'll. bVl~llllillIll I square neckline and long calla Mr and Mrs Nelson Peer "of burg, is a graduate~ofMartinsburg brate the occasion. I Mrs. Dawson is the daughter -~- _ ~--2 :~ A,,.,..b P^.^--~.. [liinlY aSlee?r~ ~trernbe2~cSkitrtedend~d Harrisonburg, spent the past week Hiagrhs fnCh~li~nd ha~n~e~iveds fngr I I~ The house was beautifully dec- l of Mr. W. M. Six affd the late MISc BETTY LOU HEN~u*~ar blU~U)I ~lgl~:lll~llW I " , end with their parents, Mr. and .... ," ;... ," ....... I I orated with flowers and silver-[Mrs. Six of Pitcairn, Pa ........... ilace wedding ringappiiques. Mrs Sam Orsini and Mr. andMrs, empzoyeaatmea-~plantln~v--u- II I leaves. The dining room table[ Mr. Dawson is the son of Mrs. Mrs Calvin ttenshaw of Lee- ::-~.~:: :~:::::~:=~: ~:~:.~::~:~ 1:1:::::::i::=::: [ The imported illusion fingertip Charles Peer aieway. was overlaid with an imported [ A. R. Dawson of Great Cacapon " " "" :.~.~;~:~:~:~;~:~;~ ............. ~"-- ""~'^- -'o+herof the ~ m t~oo. ~.~m. [town announces Toe engagement :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~:~i~::~!i:ii!ii::i~:::z::~:.:::,: veil Iell Trom a nlgn stanomg .._ __a a#_.. x2~.~....~_21 tI-.~N~ a~llll~i,l1~:htug,sis L ~__~..~ of her dau hter Bett Lou to Mr --,:~:,::;:.::::~:s ............ ~:~,?::?:,;:~::~-;:~,:%~:.::.~ .... ueen scrownof matchinglace . g l~ lacetablecloth and on it there [ and the late Mr. Dawson. ............ ~ ::::::::~ .......... ~ ~.;:::~::~......... : ~i: : , l1r anu ~xr~. r_,uwazu ha.. a.u bridewore li ht blue g ' Y ........ ::: ................................................. q - nd two VISITOU. was a three-tiered Wedding cakeI Mr. and Mr. Dawson were William Frank Kearney, son of ::iiii ~! ii!::i:i!~i::i!iii~ili:::;:::i!?: etched with pearls. She carried daughter andosn2n law a ...... Mrs. Gochenour, mother of the I ~.hO~'~rO~f at one end and a lovely, cut glass[married on July 2, 1936, by the Mrs. William a. Kearney and the ;:iii::iii!~~i;iiiii~iiiiii!i:iiiii:!iiiiii!!. a white Prayer Book with sweet- ~e~w][h~'t~e'~"au~ar~l~ne~rs Won groom, wore .a Summer .print. !l l1/-~.Dux~ 1~,~: bowl, a gift of Mr. Dawson's [ Rev. J. F. Carter, minister of the late Mr. Kearney of Patterson N. :/:!iii!!!ii~iiiii!ii!iiiii!~i!~!~:i)!i heart roses .......... s Each wore pink carnations in cur- ~ SUPPLY nmther, at the other end. The IChureh of Christ in Hagerstown, J [ :::)iiiii!ii! iiiiiii!~i;ii!!i!iiiiiii I Matron of honor was Mrs. Da- ~aturuay. sages. Only the lmmeazate tam-l1 Centerpiece on the table was of [Md. Many of their friends called Miss Henshaw was graduated[ i:!iiii!il ii!ili!i!i!iiiiiiiiiiii!iii!: i vid Patterson, the bride-groom's Mrs. George W. Fleming, Sr., lilies witnessed the ceremony. II I)INFAIt~I1VlI~ snapdragons and silver leaves. [during the afternoon, wishing from Madison College and from l i::!ii:ilili ii~ii~iiiiiiiiil sister Bridesmaids were Miss land Mrs. Calvin Fleming were in l Mrs. L. J. Gibson and Mrs. Ben I them many more years of happ- the University of Colorado with[ i!iiii!ii!i~iilli~r~ii:~iiiiiiii~::;!i~i!iiiiiii!ii IAnda Bowman of Miami, Miss ]Berryville, Va. recently, attending Farm near Town l1 ,,r_ ~,._t. v.,or an MS in Home Economics She [ ::i::;iiii~i~i~ii!iiii~!i !Nanette Gross of New York City, the funeral of Mrs. Eva Renner ~:,.'~ ,~a. C~ar..:.~ .., %T .... V,~l~ "~ :%~% REPORT OF ,CONDITION OF lS presently employed with the[ ~;;~:::~:N~ Miss Linda Resh, Miss Linda Bay-I Mrs June Bohrer Martlnsburg,[i ,,i-,*,--- ,~r,.o u~,~. a~artin at ~ y~( ...... ..n,, BI.AKELff BANK & TRUST COMPA Fashion Departmen, of.Singer[ ii!;i!i:~~ii~iiiiii,~! less Miss Martha Banks and Miss lvisited Mr and Mrs Howard Ash-[h.v h .... n .~m,th ~-eor~,e St 1l, lason y ..... SewlngMachlneCompanymNew[ ,::!!~:i! :~i~,~:ii!; Suzanne Wllhams. Little MlSS lwd'Ranson nThursday even'[nf[ ..... "I1 ...................................................... u:.~:z.::.~ ............. . - - Mz. a.d Mrs. Boudln Caperton NY ~hlte~ye._...__ _..._ ___....~2eoVic:2SAcgrrla?uate~l i:i!!iiiii!i! iiii Ju !2aA ;tthC wiY bVeaaSe~lwer I InCr. and Mrs. Bartlett, Hazen gCwUlP~P~irs.V~aph:r~oenb:~)no~hS~. of Ranson, West Virginia, at the close of business June ...... . I ?iiiii::i:~~!i~ilil ...... ._ land three children of Nasnua ~. fin-law and sister Mr and Mrs C ~--~==I~ ~,~" 1961, a state banking institution organized and op- I Funeral bervice in i~ew xorK and I :~::~i~i:::~:~::~~~::~i~io ~ Tne mmron oz nonor wore a ~ rl ....... arrlvea on ~unuay to visit Mrs ~ " ... ' . " .... " " Im ,mt~m-~ m is a Funeral Director in Bergen-[ :iiiiiiii!i!i~iiii: 'white scoop-necked sheath with I Hazen's step father and mother:lMl n rnghaSr 'tnneaatTo wnenIrn eo fAting under the banking laws of this State and a mem- field, N J :i!iiii~!;iii!!i:/ii~ i~*i ~: ~.~!i!ii; detachable lace overskirt Her " " i , - . . . :~;~;~,::i!iiii::i;i~i!ii!ilili~i!~i~i~i ~ : ~::~iii:~?:. j . . ". Mr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Str der with Mr Caperton s brother andt --- The wedding will take placel picture hat was trimmed with al_..~.... ~. ..... ~-uth Mildred[.` ~..~.. ~....n ~.~ ~,,~h,I -=-=~ ber of the Federal Reserve System. Published in decor- . . , .................... sister-,,,- .................... late in the summer .,~,.:-:::::::::::::~,,:~::~. .*::~..:.::,:.~.~ ~:.'..:,,~ circle of flowers and a large bow. " ::::.::~:~::=:~*~,? .,;~::::~::;~:i~:*~ Street Caperton at their home on South dance with a call made by the State Banking Authoritie:; __ [ She earmed a Colonial bouauet of] ] 1 ~i:~ii;:::i:i:i:i:i,~:~:~i~i:!~:i~::. .:..~,'.';~fi:~?~:i~ii:~.%ii~ ....................... .- Guests of Mr and Mrs P P. Mildred St t and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. pale yellow venus carnations. B sh0, Cam,bell T0 I .................................................... ." ............... I Tho bridesmaids wore bateau INelsn at their home on Southl Cant. Thomas Murray Stokes I I ~~ A S S E T S , ...'. , " . . I Miss EUNICE MYERS nec-ke~d white silk organdy dress-I SamuelStreet over theweekend[who'returned recently from the tl ~x~- I In TITHT K T0r. I ~ .................. I- ~, .... ] es with bouffant skirts and huffed I were mew uaugnters, lvtrs, w}n- [ West Coast and has been witn nis Cash, balances with ,other banks, and cash" . ........................ ,. a ........ .,.,~ ..... ~ "~'.~, *- " e ersbur va ' , items in process of collection ........... $1,222,940.22 ! ~ * '~' m , Iof Millville W Va announce the backs. Butterfly veils were attach- I lain Gregory of P t .g,.._-,[ family at the home of Mrs. Stoke s [ CONCRETE BLO United States Government obligation's, dh'ect t ,onnrm u ss ] ngagem ntchofrl::e J olghmter:tahrr ]rd eddiengcaha2d:a ds:] n g2 a LnU YM?s . I BRICKS -- e c v nus car ton of Pittsburgh I Monday morning, accompanled by and guaranteed ......................... 573,011.3'31 The Right Reverend Wilburn[son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. que.ts of deep organge e -/ ..... ~.~r,,~. T:hn I. V~,~etr,[hi.... I.iftl, q',~mmv for Ral- 1 MORTAR -- TO~ Obligations of States and political subdivisions 31,517.0,51C. Campbell Protestant Episco-I Coleman of Martinsburg, W. Va. " Inauons- / .'~" '~'/Y ~'~ ....... "',.7 .... 7"=':v I-:~~' ~'L~'.L_22":Z=:.' ........ ~.;. t _ _. ... . ~,- . , ot ~oum ueorge ~L spent toe elgn, 1~. w., wuere Lzzey wzzz vzat~' I pal Bishoo of the Diocese of West I Miss Myers wilt be~,ln her sen- 1 The bridegroom s brother, ] ...................................... HEATILATOB Cmq orate stocks (including $12,150.00 stock .... n weeKena m vlounusvme, w. va. t~apt ~tOKeS granumomet a.u [ Virginia will make his officiall lor year of Nurses training at the Thomas Blnns, was best man a d ] ................. ............ ]i,~ ~n ]~ I of Federal Reserve Bank) .............. 12,150.00 - ' .... de ultzman wnere van ~uetre attenueu a aunt, mrs manctze l .......... , /visitation to Zion Church on Sun-lWInchester Memorial tIosp~tal in the ushers were: Ju S ,/ _. , " .. I ..... ~; "i- " ,1 .J ........ ~I~ r memcaz meeting IVI1SS lvzae ~esi e .. t .... ""th at the I Se"tembe " John Saba, Bob Archibald, Thom t , . I I 2-kl~'Vl~O~' ~o~. Loans and discounts (including /uay morning, July ~t~ . P - " . ~ ' " eleven o'clock service. I Mr. Coleman is employed in the as Reaves, AI Purmont ahd David/ Dr. and Mrs. John A .Washing- Miss Julia Chllton of Omaha, J1 $49.35 overdrafts) ..................... 1,508,547.10t This will follow Bishop Camp-[ engineering division of the Pester Patterson. I ton and young son, Walter, from Neb., arived on Sunday to spend l1 w~ ~ ~ T ~ ~ @ Bank premises owned $64,134.95, furniture " bell's, annual ,visitation to St.[ Long, Inc. of Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Liles, mother of the bride, Washington, D. C. are spending some time with her aunt Mrs. l W n i / Is and fixtures $56,479.93 ................. 120,614.8S Johns Church, Rippon, where hel An August wedding is planned wore a pale peach satin dressl the month of July at their home Charles L. Crane and.he~ cousinsl . H'hl~lel~ ~fl will conduct services at9a.-m.I -- with peplum effect, a biege lace! Harewood, near Town. I Miss Sarah Crane and M[.tlandll LurqDl:n t,~ Other assets .............................. 10,852.98 (rather than the usual 9:30). I~o ... te that and a corsage arrangementMrs Glenn Smith and her son Mrs. Thomas W. Stept0e 'rl , ------'-'--'--" Confirmation or "the laying on[ ~[nn~ -Ll|~ ~0W~ of Fiji mums~ ' Denny, of Waynesboro, Va., are homes on South Mildred Street. II PHONE ~50 TOTAL ASSETS $3,479,633.56 " ill administered o ~ Mrs Blnns mother of the bode s endin some time with Mrs ~ Mrs Mary Jenkins of Washing of hands w" be " " /~ . . , ^~ ' , -" - P " g ' " ' "Ill,~.nrles Town W. I bY Bishop Campbell tO several[~e~a]'~ June Z~ |n groom, wore a pale yellow silk Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. ton, D. C. spent several days last lI ,~t,, , :~ - ~ 'L I A B I L I T I E S [young people and adults at Zion I,~ -- o ~ o~ 'organza sheath with redingote, a p. C. Perry, at their home, Hill week visiting in Charles Town. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, I Church at 11 a.m. i bara$0ra rl0r| white organza picture hat and a --- ....... l At this service, Bishop Camp-I .... ~ .......... corsage of yellow sweetheart and corporations. ...................... $1,295,348.64 bell will institute The Reverend l lyllSS Jean = .lzes, ugn.ter m_ roses. ........ A 1 ar int Mr and Mrs rreston ~: Llies of Time and savings deposits of individuals, I l en Lyman B, tIett, Jr., ' o ] . .; . . " . .. . " .~. _ After a reception at the Plaza 1 I !1 J l II | 111 P r partnerships, and corporations .......... 975,636.77 ~,the Parish as it s Rector.. " ir~izwlew street,.barasota, r iom~a, restaurant, the couple left for ll llllll I II I lll:lI 1 ...... I: K: " v ee anu a niece ot mr anu mrs Jonn I Following the Church Ser i ,/ ...... ... 7" a trip to Nassau an'd the Bahamas. Illl llll ll l| Ill[ / Deposits of United, States Government (in- [the congregation will have a pic-[..:A Smlm,. ...Jr" oz ....... Jetterson Avenue They will make, their home at 536 lll llrll P I II / ! ..... nlc the Churchlawn lvln unarlesrown, DecamemeDrlae iI/IIH/I HI fl c'luding postal savings) ................. 194,624.07 on S a Ke Fla " I' , g" " g . . Beach Road, test y, Deposits of States and political subdivisions 334,389.32 everyone a chance to visit with[O Mr. JOhnM~l~t~ejB~nt~iSOsn' A 1959 graduate of Sarasota E C the Bishop, the newly insmlle~ ...... Deposits of banks ......................... 167,168.23 ......... I Sarasota in a lovely church cer- High School, Mrs. Brans attended ll|~r l~l ll V trector, muse connrmea anu VlS-, ' - - " the Universit'" of Colorado at Other deposits (certified and officers' itors and friends [emony Saturaay, aune 24. ~. ._ _ ~. ..... ::. - l~OUltler ana manatee JUnlor ~Ol checks, etc.). .......................... 21,163.95 It will be of'interest to thel The Rev. Joseph Daley per- lw, e " ~ .... congregation of Zion Church that[ formed the double ring ceremony ~ " .. In mr mnns recewe~ an issue TOTAL DEPOSITS .......... $2,988,330..98 their former rector and his wife, lit noon in the Church of the -. ! . " " LADIES TAILORED LADIES TRIMMED The Reverend and Mrs Stanley|carnation latcharts degree June 10 from (a) Total demand deposits.. $2,012,694.21 , " " " , Manatee Junior College. He will C 0 T T O N NEWBERRY C O T T 0 N (b) Total time deposits ....$ 975,636.77 be a Junior at Florida State Un- tt* Other liabilities ........................... 45,101.97 iversity next Fall where he is .~ "" studying for a degree in account- I I i. 1 TOTAL LIABILITIES ..................... $3,033,432.95 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value - $ 200,000.00 Surplus .................................. 205,000.00 Undivided profits... ...................... 41,200.61 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............ 446,200.61 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................... $3,479,633.56 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabili- ties and for other purposes ............. $ 483,872.48 (a) Loans as shown above are after deduc- tion of reserves of ....... . ............. 2,994.87 I, Ernest O Siler, Vice-Pres., Cashier, of the above- named bank do hereby declare that this report of condi- tion is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. ERNEST O. SILER, We, tim undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that is has been ex- amined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correcil. CHARLES J. W. SMITH, W. P. WARDEN, R. S. STEELEY, Directors. State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of July, 1961. VIRGINIA G. FRYE, Notary. Public. My Commission expires May 11, 1971. AND BUFFET 5:30 Till 9:'00 P: M. DANCE 9:00 P. M. to 12:00--- $5.00 Per Person Dance to the Minute Men. Enjoy Our Famous Buffet Featuring Many Hot Dishes. Dinner By Reservation Only. Harpers Ferry 3301 ing. He served four years in the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and son of Alexandria, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilard Allen and daughters. Louise Adela ZyrAda of Silver Spring, Md. spent the past week visiting her grandmother Mrs. E. O. Zynda of Jefferson Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cullers are spending a few days in Deerfield, Mass., Middleburg, Vermont and New York City. They plan to re- turn home on July 17. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Wyatt and son Charles of Big Prairie, Ohio, spent the Fourth of July with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Tenney, Bett Morr Orchard Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rosen- berger, Rockville, Md., spent from Saturday until Wednesday with DR. JAMES FROM ,PAGE ONE president of the organization for the coming year. Denver was selected as the site for the 1962 conventLon. Merle H. Tucker, of Gailup, N. Mexico, was named as the pres- ident-elect, along with J. C. Rob- ertson of Edmonton, Alberta; and Charles A. Swain of Cape May, N. J. as vice-president. Regularly $1.00 VALUE Regularly $1.69 LADIES RAYON FULL CUT NEWBERRY TI Regularly 39c VALUE LADIES COTTON COOL EVENING NEWBERRY Regularly $2.98 VALUE LADIES COTTON SANFORIZED All $3.98 Numbers LADIES 2 ." PIECE ..... PLAY SUIT--SKIRT Regularly $2.98 FRIDAY and SATURDAY STORE HOURS: 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Use Credit