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,7 Nr II TRAVELERS CHECKS Cashable anyplace. Im- mediate refund if lost or stolen; $1.00 per $100. BANK-BY-MAIL Any business you send to us will receive the same prompt, attention as though you called in person, A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX' . Provides Security for your valuables while yoUr ho~s~ is empty. VACATION LOANS' Don't give up the trip just because you are shaft 0f cash. See us. i A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts ......................... 2.ZIZ~---- : :. ------->" .- --~ ~. SOCIAL, PERSONAL (JTiVITIES IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 ~~~- ~ -. ~ ~~~i:~I'~'!~,,llD~ ,Former Resident Dies Summit Point, who left on, Sun- ~A ~,,~,~, .~,,mmi Point resi-]day to attend his brothers fu- !dent'Mr:VSloane Heare, aged 54, Ineral. Funeral serwices will be '__ ~2,::,~ ..... h;, ~--~-"e in/hel din Akron, Ohio, on Wednes- died e. ~.r~aj =, m ....... I - ............ cay wire burial in mat city :Akron, Ohio, after suffering a fa-I , ' " ~al h~art attack: Mr. Hea~re, who I Episcopal Churchwomen Meet Was .the son of the late Alfred and [ "the ~ni~o~al Churchwomen of i~Iev, ada Heare, w~s born n I the Church of the Holy Sprat met Moorefield on December 11, 1911; ] on Tuesday evening of last week ~;he family moved to' Summit ] with Mrs. Philip Creamer at ' Lo- Point about thirty-five years ago, / cust Grove and was a,ttended by ~and for: the past twenty-five years [ eiht members ,and guests. The !Mr. Heare had made his home in [ meeting was opened wi~h Devo- :Akron. He is survived by his|tions led by Mrs. Stuart Crim :,wife, Mrs. IAllyian Ericson Heare, j after which the roll was called, tm~e soil,, Sloane Jr., and one|the minutes of the last meeting ibrother, Mr. Charles Heare of J were read and approved and Mrs. Latex-easy to use, and oolor-easy to choose... SatinTone Latex paints for inside and outside your home. Over 400 colors.., all at the price of white! ... the oa g paint 12i W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725-5113 n the ,:rainin een er on Friday etc d Ir. and Mr. . Chapman of ning, a ceremony which Michael was privileged to witness, ttav- ing completed his training, Tom- my is returning home this week to spend his leave with his par- ents before being assigned to h,is base. Mr. and Mrs. John Layeock and sons, John Jr., and Harry, and Miss Daisy Sine of ChaHes Town were recent dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Laycock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Johnson. Mrs. Howard Fellers and broth- er, Mr. Skinner Poston, visited on Friday afternoon with their un- cle, Mr. Grover Stickel, at his tmme in Winchester, Va. Announce Bil~th of Daughter Friends here have received an- nouncement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carlson, of Orange, S. C., on Fri- day, July 1. The new arrival, who has been named Laura Helen is the fourth daughter in the fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and two older daughters, Terry and Kathy, were residents of Summit Point while tthe former was a trainee at the Federal Fish Hatchery in Leetown, moving from here to Orangeburg in the spring of 1965. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and small son, Parker, of Takoma Park, Md., visited over the July 4th weekend at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins. Attending 4-1t[ Camp Five members of the Busy Bees 4-H Club 4eft on Monday morn.hag for Camp Frame near Hedgesville to spend this Weekend encamped with the older members of the 4-H Clubs of the county: For the last two years the annual camp has been divided into ,two groups, one for the younger members which was held last week and one for the teen age group which is in :session this week. Seven members of the local club re- turned home on Friday having spent a very enjoyable week at Camp Frame. These were Judy and Betsy Walker, Theresa Jen- kins, Patricia Cheshire, Kathy Della,sen, Bobby Glassford and Hoppy Kercheval. Those attend- ing the older youth camp are Sue Snyder, Sharon Smallwood, Che- ryl Starkey, Beth Snyder and Nicky Kercheval. Mr..and Mrs. Howard Dunn had visiting with them on Sunday af- ternoon friends from Sharpsburg, Md. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children, Deborah, John and Patricia, were the former's broth- er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook of Baltimore, Mr., and LaMer Causey .of Port Ct. Joe, Fla., who is a trainee at William Brook wa, s welcomed into thLe Job Corps Center" nead Harp- tbe group. In the absence of the ers Ferry. On Wednesday of last treasurer, no financial report was week Mr and Mrs. Cheshire vis- made. Several items of business lied the former s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Normal Michael at their home in Augusta, W. Va. were discussed and hostesses for the coming year were deter- mined. At the conclusion of the business session Mrs. Creamer read a very ,timely article taken from the Episcopalian aftei- which delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. an~l Mrs James Coleman and sons, Michael and Mark, oft Philadelphia, Pa., arrived here on Sunday of last week for a brief visit with the former's aunt, Miss Frances Coleman, and with his brothers-in-l, aw and ~sters. On Monxlay and Tuesday the five Colemans motored to Woodstock, V,a., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ryman and daughter, Shirley Anne, and on Wednesday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis~, Brown mad daugh- ter K~itty at their home near W.M.S. Meets ' " " i The Women s Mlssmnary Soc e- ty of the Baptist Church met on Thursday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Francis Pifer in Charles Town with seven of the members in attendance. The meeting was opeued with Devo- tions led by Mrs. Millard Williams ,after which the evening's lesson, ."Thriving American Cults," was presented by Mrs. Pifer. Follow- ing a brief business session the meeting wa,s adjourned and a pleasant social hour followed during which delicious refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Mr. a~d Mrs. Carroll Johnson of Middleway were visitors on Sunday evening at the home of the formet's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove. Visitors during the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Le- roy Cheshire were their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stocks, and children, Tommy and Katie of Charles :Town and their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Che- shire of Ransom On Thursday evening a family cookout was en- joyed at the Cheshire home. Miss Dorothy Lake .~: , ..~: ~.:..~ Ranson and Mrs. Itough of Win- chester, Va. Mrs. Pittman Russell of Wil- iiamsport, Md.. and Mrs. Mat'- guerite ttimes of Harpers Ferry were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Mart Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger and children of New Jersey have been visiting the former's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ver. non Webb and children.. Johnny, Rhonda and Bonnie Milton spent the past week at 4-H Camp at Camp Frame. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark of Middle- way. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons ,lay and Vince, Denny John- son, Mrs. Lula Ranatli, Mr. and' Mrs. Melvin Lilla, Miss Rebecca Lilla and Mr. Waugherman at- tended the Wilt reunion on Sun- day at ~he park in Cimrie,~ ToWn. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican, Norman Gay, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman and children, Mi'. and M]'s. Ronald Clark and children. Melody, Tommy and Scott, Mr. Ond Mrs..Jack Kelican and chil- dren, Vivian, Ricky and .lackie and Mrs. Dora Mae Kelican and children, Sandra, Brenda, Dickie, Kevin and Terry enjoyed a pic- nic at the'park in Charles Town On the Fourth of .Iflb. Mr..ahit Mrs. Vernon Kenneth Webb and daughter of Alexan- dria, Va., spent the Fourth of July weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood and children, Tina and Tonya of Charles Town, spent Tuesday night with Misses Rosie and Mar- guerite Petrucci. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Angelo and friends spent the Fourth of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F, AR,Mi I S ADVOCATE THI RSI)AY, .JULY 11, 1966 ALWAYS RRST QUAUTY Thursday. Birthday Party A birthday party was given ~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Longerbeam on July 1 in h~aor of their children, Robin, Susan and Joseph. Those helping them celebrate ,the occasion were Mrs. Deloris Longerbeam, Chuckle, Mike and Kevin Hamilton, Mrs. Lavonia Hamil, ton, of Bol, ivar, Davla, Cindy and Angela Johnson and Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Mill- ville, Sharon Longerbeam, Harp- ers Ferry, Jenny and Jeffrey D'Angelo and Faye "Longerbeam, Millville, Trudy Johnson, Mill- ville, Lynn Longerbeam, Joey Hardy and Mrs. Wanda Hardy of Ranson. Ice cream, koolaid and cake were served. Robin, Susan and Joey received many nice gifts. ,Mr. and Mrs. Alec Hough were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Longerbeam and children. Joey Lilla is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ma- thena .of Woodstock, Md. Receent Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman were Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Keli- ea~, Norman Gay of Millville, Mrs. Ronald Clark and~ children, Melody, Tommy and Scott of Mid- Hamilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Cole- man and their family left on Thursday to return to Philadel- phia. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pannell and nephew of Portsmouth, Va., were recent visitors at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and l~rs. Harold Hinton. W.S.C.S. Meets The Women's Society of Chris- titan Service of the Methodist Church met on Thursday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Wallace Snyder with seven mem- bers in attendance. The Devo- tions anal the evening's program entitled "Who Is Tampering With the Souls of Americans" were pre- sented by Mrs. Jerry Beydler and at their conclusion, the roll was called, the minutes of the last meeting we.re read a~d approved and a report w'as made by the treasurer. Several item sof busi- ness were discussed and follow- ing adjotwnmeent a social hour was enjoyed during which deli- cious refreshments were served by the hostess. M,r. James Renner of Berry- ville, Va., spent Sunday visiting at the home of his brother.in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furr. Mrs. Lowe Cannell and daugh- ter, Miss Joyce Canr~etl, of Indi- anapolis, Indiana, arrived here l~st week to visit at the home of her brotherdn-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. McCormick aand to care for the latter who is recuperating from major surgery performed recently in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Michael Henry, so~a of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry, who enlisted recently in the United States Navy left on Tuesday evening of last week for the Great Lakes Training Center near Chicago, HI., where he will receive his boot train.ing. His brother Tommy, who enlisted earlier in the spring, has complete~i, his training and was graduated in a ceremony at July weekend camping along the Shenandoah River. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Malhena of Woodstock, Md., were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .lohnson and Mrs. Lula Ranalli. Mrs. Mark Yontz, Mrs. Mac Webb and Mrs. Mary Willshire motored lo Winchester, Va., on for * ................................. " Look t- BLUE RIBBON in the"stay.fresh"bag ! CIIARLES TOWN, W. VA. Come on in, the savings are grand' Discover fabulous values in every corner of the store! All first quality merchandise at extra-low Penney prices. Charg elt! Were 1.98 NOW 1. Were 1.66 NOW Were 1.00 NOW Were 2.29 NOW Were 2.98 NOW Were .98 Were 2.49 NOW 1.5 Were 1.98 NOW Were 2.98 NOW Were 2.99 NOW Were 4.99 NOW Was .79 NOW Were 2.98 NOW Were 5.98 NOW Were 6.98 NOW Were 3.98 NOW 2.f Were 6.98 NOW Were 10.98 NOW 6.( Were.398 NOW 2.( Were 6.98 NOW Were 8.98 NOW Were 10.98 NOW Were 1.98 NOW Were 2.98 NOW Were 2.98 NOW 14 Men's Summer HATS Were 2.98 14 Men's Golf CAPS Were 1.50 108 Men's Summer SHIRTS Were 3,98 99 Men's Summer SHIRT Were 2.98 66 Men's Surfer SHIRTS Were 2.98 64 Men's Summer PAJAMAS Were 2.98 10 Men's Swim SUITS Were 3.98 46 Men's Swim SUITS Were 2.98 14 Men's Summer SLACKS Were 4.98 55 Men's Summer SLACKS Were 6.98 110 Men's Bermuda SHORTS Were 3.98 25 Beach BAGS Were 2.50 8 Women's Swim CAPS Were 2.00 11 Girls Summer HATS Were 1.98 7 Girls Summer HATS Were 1.00 33 Girls Summer SLEEPWEAR Were 2.98 28 Girls Summer SLEEPWEAR Were 1.98 8 Girls ummer DRESSES Were .98 34 Girls Summer DRESSES Were .98 5 Girls Summer DRESSES Were 3.98 32 Girls Summer TOPS Were 2.98 62 Girls Summer TOPS Were 1.98 5 Girls Summer SKIRTS Were 4.98 7 Girls Bathing SUITS Were 3.98 22 Girls 2-Pc. SETS Were 2.98 NOW 2.00 NOW 1.00 NOW 2.50 NOW 2.00 NOW 1.50 NOW 2.50 NOW 2.OO NOW 2.50 NOW 4.00 NOW 5.00 NOW 2.88 NOW 1.50 NOW 1.50 NOW 1.00 NOW .50 NOW 2.00 NOW 1.50 NOW 4.0O NOW 3.00 NOW 2.00 NOW 2.OO NOW 1.00 NOW 2.OO NOW 3.00 NOW 2.50 101 Boys Summer SHIRTS 83 Boys Summer SHIRTS 18 Boys Summer SHIRTS 29 Boys Summer PAJAMAS 32 Boys Swim SUITS 37'Boys Walk SHORTS 15 Boys Play SHORTS 13 Boys 2-Pc. SETS 8 Boys 2-Pc. SETS 10 Womens White BAGS 2 Women's White BAGS 200 Yards SEERSUCKER 3 Summer MATERNITY 7 Women's Summer SKIRTS 11 Women'ff 2-Pc. SETS 22 Women's 2-Pc. SETS 4 Women's 2-Pc. SETS 15 Women's Swim SUITS 30 Wom. Summer DRESSES 50 Worn. Summer DRESSES 15 Wom. Summer DRESSES 12 Wom. Summer DRESSES 34 Girls Summer SHORTS 38 Girls 2-Pc. SETS 39 Infants Summer Playwear 75 Infants Summer PLAYWEAR Were 1.98. NOW 1.00 12 Infants Summer Playwear Were 2.98 NOW HUl RY IN -. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE GREAT SAVINGS REMEMBER ! l! ! YOU CAN CHARGE 'EM We have a CLEARANCE just twice a year. In January and July. That's all~ When we say, 'clear- ance" we mean it. Everything goes *to make way for new stock. We say, mark it down, down, down. OuH It can't go back on the shelves. As you know, our 64-year-old tradition is to give you the best quality at the lowest possible prices. Every day --year after year. So when we say 'clearance; you can believe you really clean upl Just shows that at Penney's we always mean what we say. CLEARANCE I$ ON AT PENNEY'$... MAKE A BIO CffAN'UP ON Fri. & Sat. - 9 to 9 Penney's Store Hours -- Mon.-Tues.-We d.-Thurs. - 9 to 5 TW LATES SPOR AI