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Sandra Jenkins Christian" Smith' 4 I "" .... Lill~ Estelle Reinlmrt,~ 1 I 1 !*,,-., ilke n,r. lmt,.,t,'nle A hZand. Va, died ~ a n l P Ill |1-- [ kl...--X.e--.I-- r-I----,--;--J . / I q~ I k Ilin~ Him i~ i i i mini 1;~wi~m~ the Knott Rest Home in ( us t~raouateo rrom w. va. I NUpTIalS 3olemfllZeU ~ |, ~. Town following an illness oi College Beauty Culture ]In Hagerstown Church I r / Fu?~rla'lE~eF;c~OSTErLeLOheld ~ie Miller died on Aug. 16, :e~:n~h [ :~iA ~e ,emDer weamng ]s ,,ani1|1 A mumt uenter ~araane there|[ second sister ROSeva COSand whoCharles Town but a readied unexpectedly July westBearers: will beLing redy scth2:lana JoeAdamd::Cah:e~Hougn ....................................................................................... [ Mrs Elmer Roderiek gable- ~ [i Tuesday July 25 at 2:30 p m Surviving are his wife. Mrs Des born in the Duffi~ds sect! ~!~:i~ii~;~;i~:~;~;iiiii~i!i~i~J!~iiiii~i~i~iii~i;ii!iii~iii~i~i!~i~i:~i~ [tn~.' "o-~ ....... ~h,~, marria~,e of I ! from tide Melvin T. Strider Colon- me niyers TaDler; twocnuoren'oy Jefferson County, ~eo, o, iil;i~i~i!!~i!!i!! ii{ii I L\i ,nn Smith to ' * ial Funeral Home in Ranson for the former marriage t~emer~ tad daughter of the late John t ::i;i;:: ~ ~! i I erstown [I I!i Town General Hospital, following . ., : . , . rg,,, . tion of Jefferson County; i i~i!~iI , ;~ ){~ ,,..; ......... ,, ..... ~ ii!~ an illness of a week The Rev Mr and a sister ~liss r~aomi Tamer, thersE Albert Link Br0 ! ? i i:ii performed by lhe Rev Charles M i ~ I Scott officiated and burial was in Cumberland Md N Y and Lester W Link ~i~ ]LaFew Atlendanis were Mr and ! i I the Lutheran Cemetery in Bolt Services were held Wednesday bralter, Pa i i:i: .... i :ii~ Mrs Lester P Widmyer of ttag ill!I iiil [var [at 2 p m: at me ~rown funeral The family requests ill i i l erstwn: ...... !i!| i reTh decteyaS aw a:o , ,~sW?r~!~om~le w~nci~e;ev Lamar !~ flO~Vhe:SrbmSent" are at the 1 ii ] Mrs t;nristian graaume~ ;rom Ni I .... Funeral Home in She.,herd f:i i : :/::ii: ! [ Charles Town ttigh Schol and at ' /son of Walter Costeno and byaney I .,.,~.. v _ ; i );: : ?/: tended Averett College, Danville iil ~ I Costello He farmed for a number I ~ ~, ~u~u~ from where services will b i Va Mr Christian is a graduate of ~ !!~ I of years and his last place of em I Funeral services were held Men Saturday at 2 p:m with t~ i Charles Town tIigh Schol and has ii!i!i i~:! / ployment was with Raymond Boy ! day at 2 p m from the Melvin T penn ~m~k" ottmmt~ng ] t i !ii)i i!i/i!i! :iilii l aUended Columbian Preparatory !!! / ]er at Leetown He was a member Stner C~omal Home m Ranson ~Ze~ ~er~nsto~w~mnwood Heine, :: ~i ;~ :iiI School in Washington, D C and i; / of the Pemecostai unurcn tor oonn ~ooert uooson, a~, iorv B [!:iii{!~:i ii/i:. IShepherd College i l / Surviving are a merlyof :i~::ii ::i::: ,~ii!!iiiiii:!iii:ii! The Grand Review staged by to right) Mrenda Miller, second Albright third place in the Charm| tello and two niecesMrs Irene ident of Thomasville Pa for some Jr, ~ayrze ~ZnK, ~enniS :i:ii~!iiiiiiii~iiiiiii~iiiiii~{i!i!i!i:ii::i~i::i I Mrs. Earl Bramhall, Lovettsville the Charles Town Iunior and place in talent contest; Nick!e Car contest and Patricia Collis, / Williams of Riverton, years, MISS BANDRA.L JENKINS I in law of /he bride, was the besi proved to be a success with pro who also placed second in the pop Frank / 1901 a son of John W and Itosa ~ h ~ ~' Sandra J Jenkins dauah /:~.. ~ ceeds from the project amounting ularity contest; Jay Watson Mr when the picture was taken was| CARROLL A RICHARDS Dodson of Leetown He had been increases ii s lO~ ter'of" Mr and ~irs Kenneth.~/"'~hirlev and Barbara Longer to $335 The money will be used to Junior Popularity Patsy Peer, Bruce Meier ,third place winner| Carroll A Richards 66 of gear ] employed by the J E Baker Corn .......... Jenkins Route 2 Harpers Ferry| beam Hi:Biers of the bride were repair and paint the tIilleary first place in the talent contest in the boys popuiarRy corneaL/neysville died unexpectedly Sun I puny for the past 22 years and he The ~eaerai band ~an~ and a graduate of Kenwood Sen resent for the ceremony House And the above picture and third place in the popularity Those in charge of the project| day in Charles Town General HoB had resided in Jefferson County timore in the first 6 mol~ tar t]iah Uchool Baltimore Md / p ,~ ~..,.~ ...... ;~ .rnnlnvr,,d a~ shows the winners and runner contest; Vickie Carson, Miss Tun expressed appreciation to all| pital. ] until 1946 when he was transfer [1961 increvedits loan to fl was g radua~ted last week from the| a ;a"inter'a~t~'Harper:s~Ferry: .... ups in the various phases of the ior Popularity and third place in those who helped to make it a sue] The deceased, a retired furnit [ red to York by the Baker Corn ] D y $4310.t~ erasing ou~ West Virginia College of Beauty| The newly weds will reside at contest They are front row (left the talent contest; Brenda Gait tess /ure mover who worked for years lpany om w~m l~l~z roans oms~ .... Md was born in Pal I in the amount of $10531~ Culture Martmsburg While at] Lovettswlle ] m Balhmore, i The deceased was a member of was re erred this wek by tending the college she was select[ J ton who has recently returned ce Mrs Virginia Bowie and Mzrs {&.~&,~ A.U DA.~,. ~mn / timore, April 4, 1895 I the Trinity Reformed church in tt~_ P~ ,_~, ~..~. r~e ed for membership in the Shenan/ i_~, ..... ~_.J_, g*l..k from visiting Miss Annabelle LeT Virginia Bowie of near Leesburg, t @lG/t$ II IM#~[ 3 ~lll~ [ His onzy survivors are two York and of Post No. 71, of the ~resen~a~.'.~uu'u ~-,t,, .... doah Valle Cha tet "Delta Ka JCIICP U[I {ll'Ut li t, lUU ~ (~nnn anent the will leave on Saturday for a trint /Allen Ricnaras and ltooert ~tscn-l(,h,,.l~~ ,p .... American l,~,,;-n v ~e ta v . . ,, Y . P . . P" ~s at Westpo ........ ,- ...... - ~ , . ~ ...................... Volumne-wise this reprt pa Chi a nahonal orgamzahon[ . past weekend at her home"Silver, to Nova Scotia I Tn ht lar;nn S MIll- / ards both of Balhmore,.. Md: .. I He was a Navy veteran of World[ ........... , ~,, ...... , ,, . . " /,,, ~.,. ~l Gu~,n~,v ,,,I *n were taken to uon ~,z, z.,~zea~e u~ .to v.,a,,=,=.. of Beauty culture. |Tn AtMarhn Hnm Spring Farm near W,ckhffe. Mrs Leslie Sells of South Mil-[ / The re ma, s ......... War II ....... ,~a rpho Ralfimnre "" " """ ....." ............. 1 n her vacation Miss Smith '" " ' ' I ovan s ~unera~ home m Daitt- I ......... ................ [ Whs e o * I dred St. ss vmRmg thzs week wzm, ~ ~,~,.~ A~,- gv~*.~ / more from where services will be Surv]wng are: his parents m through Its local co-opera! ~lln~ll[ll~D Fnll;lfl~mefl[ | The Jefferson County Garden was also a guest of Rev:.and.Mrs. [ Mr. and Mrs. M_ T. Thomson at [ Ot/~ O~][:) ~ll; LA~;I,l~-~ | held burial will be in Dorsey, Md.d Leetown; his wife, Mrs. Mamie sociations, serves farmers$ ............. ~-~-- /Club will hold its regular month- franK uox m ucean ~ty, r~. J. 1 their home in McLean, va. I m .............. ,~,~.- ,~r/ -- '--- -- t E Dodson at home; seven child-, Virginia, Virginia, Maryl~i r a afternoon ..... ais~ ~tze ~,u~z uu,.va~.u- -,., ' ltd.*.. D_.L_.. @t.,,_..& | ly meeting on Thu sd y M~ss Lmda Demmmg gave a Bur ] Recent guests of Mr. J. M. Trap I ,~~ a_tt n .... , o.... hioh ~vill| DOUGLAS W WELLER I ren, Mrs. Howard Hardy; Mrs. Delaware and Puerto Ric~ th home .......... ~ ...... v ............... ' ff i i~1~$ D(I[U(I[(1 ,,)llUI](lll / August 3 at 4:00 p. m. at e , prise birthday party in honor of [ nell and Mr. and Mrs John Pur- ] ~,,, hera t,,], ql a..... t K nt ffaok| ~.... l~o lit "Otrall..... fly, and i Claude Rztenour, Mrs. Junior He farmers seem to be putt ng -- ' " n South -" , ~, ....... -,- ,-*----~, ............ -,,-s,,,o , ......... , .............. r e [of Miss ttelen Martin o Miss Patsy Grant s 16th birthday[ cell at their home on South Mfl- I ~,,.,,0 u;n ;, ........... n~,~d hero I ........ ;,~,,~ , ehurlae 'Pawn I her, Marvin, Roy and R~cha d Bed dependence on th "eor e Street Miss" Frances ' ~"" ~ "'"' "~ --"~ "'"'~-"~ ...... "~'"'~" "~'"~*'~ ~" """"~ -~"'" 1 " " d Ur I ,im I:v=m |G g "" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eph- [ dred St. were Mr. Trapnell s son, [ .,n,,, ~,,, r, D n ...... .~,,~ a.r; .1-.../ ~.,,.a~. t,,h, 9q ,~- hi~ hnrno i Dodson, Charles Town; Mrs. Pau Bank for the increase , IV I'11. Illllll~l LIHfl~P |Moore and Mrs. Henry Shepherd raim Day on Monday night. There I Dr. J. M. Trapnell of Philadelphia ! ~,'~.",~.zt:~a'~:..'i -~v'~"~r~ l~rn" ~ ~'~,"~'..,""~v",,~*hi:~t~n~" "n""~" [Comer, Knoxville, Md.; 22 grand necessary to operate an ~.. ....t a~.. ~ .~,.,a h .... ,.~[ will be co-hostesses. Mrs. tI. H. were about 20 guests present for Pa. and Mr. John Purcell of Mid- ; ~'~,',~",~,~ ....................... " *-~,~--'ao~,~'..::~.'a':,,~"~'~.~",~'~ [ chitdren and-two brothers and farm business it/today's eo ......... 11 .... ,,,,~m,~nt ,e th~,-|Wflhams of Shepherdstown wi l the occasoon and Patsy received mL Fla., son of Mr. and Mrs. Pur I ....................... ,~,^ ,,mt and Anne Wollor n ttw s~sters-Mrs. Ehzabeth Lanham Hammond stud. .... :.y. .:2z ~'~"~':-'~"LY_" "'.'_~'_:| speak and show slides on Asia. A many nice uifts I cell i . t~arest Thou: naB oee~ select :,t~e ..... _ZT.. :_:::_~ :.~:-LL a.d ! Mrs Mac Burcker, Herbert and i Locally the Federal Lain daughter Miss ~aroara ~anquary .... ~ e(t as the camp ~neme ~pecial ne was well KnOWH among the . . . ........... t full attendance ~s desired ........ I M"s Linden Bush and dau-h ' ,,... ." ................. J Charles Dodson, Charles Town. ]Assocmtlon of Wmchest~ ~nugart to mr. tiumer r=van ~v-| Mr. rmwara asnwooo, ttansonl . , ,. . s "!daily themes are re LOOK for- emer reslaems oi ~naries lowu I I~n=a~a . ...~... ,~...~,. i~ arts, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Man-[ FESTIVAL AT BAKERTON was taken by ambulance to the I ters Jaquelin and Micneue. nave [ ward," "To Look Upward" and, and Jefferson County. He was em [ --- ~~tM'. [ ~o~i,"~ t,~. ,'~ i"~,,-"',~",'~2q1% sel Evans of Summit Point, W. THURSD Y, AUGUST 10 Charles Town General Hospital on ] returned to thesr on.aoum [ "To Do Something About It". [ ployed for years at the Navy yard [ ~,r, .................. [ ~.".~'~r~, "~'e'"7~t"~,~,:~ Va. | " Tuesday night. He was much bet- [ Samuel St. after a vzmt wstn Mrs, I Among the special events of the ~ in Washington until his retire- [ Mrs. Jessie Lee Fleming, 72, wi- t ~-~.~.~=~'?:~%^=, L:.~'a~;~ " ' D nvill va , u.uu~.~ ,u~ ~uc., ,,.~a.,.,..,, Miss Shugart is a graduate of[ The Methodist Church at Baker ter Wednesday and expected to ] Brash s parentsnear a e, .. [ week will be the State 4H Boys [ merit ]n 1957, [dew of Cleveland J Fleming dmd [ ..... - +;.~,- ~.;..~. ,. ~at the Northfield School for Girls,| ton will hold a festival on Aug 10 come home Friday or Saturday I and her sister in Amxanarm, va I Good Grooming Contest, a barbe41 Surviving aye his wife, Lela M I unexpectedly Wednesday at Ben ! ~n:nd"s~ate~S"T~e *~ East Northfield Mass She attend| startin~ at 600 o'clock on the a~ ,~.,4 ~$,.o ~ T Ear'ticker [ Mr and Mrs DeHertburn Rone I cue supper, field and swimming [ Teller of Washington; a son Den I Air, her home near Shepherds I ~'~.~ a~,~,i~tl.n ~rvo~ Td o " ............................... nville ......................... ed Wellesley College, Wellesley,[ church lawn If it rains it will be ...a +~ .... ~;,n .... u ....... I mus and two daughters of Syra- I meets, All Star Consecration, I ver Leroy McClure of Jackso , .. I town, W. Va. [ Rprkol~v and Morgan Cotll Dan " ~,,~ ,,,~ .......................... , era Miss Elizaoem ....... - ........ o ..... Mass. and Centre College _'| in hall For sale will be soup, p~rt- va ~nont ~-me time with/cuBe' N. Y. have been ws~tmg High Council, Candlehghtmg Cer Fla.; two daught - .... ] The deceased was born at Ben- W Va and CIarke Fr " " - ..... , .... ,- ......... ' l ano ' wlle, Kenn. and recewed her t~.] chicken salad sandwiches, country ~,,., ~.~,~ naron~ Mr and Mr~ ] wRh Mrs. Ronemus parents Mr. emony and Citizenship Program. Teller of Hagersmwn, ~.a., ] A~r on June 3, 1889, a daughter of I Rh~nanrl~ah Warren and ] " "'~ "~'~ " ....................... ler" ne was .............. ' ............ A. degree at George Washington| ham sandwiches and hamburgers, u o m ...... I1 / and Mrs. Herman Bush at their I Some of the featured speakers ] Miss Evelyn G. Wel , / the late Robert T. Banks, Sr. and I w;._~..,....n ..... ,~o ;, ~ lY~iversity, majoring in Philoso-] home made ice cream, cake, piesl "-~" ":-"~'.~ ........ . | home in Ranson and with Mrr. Ron [ will be Richard Johnson, New [also a brother of Mrs. Gus WY-IMrs' Annie Lee (Bowers) Banks. I phy. She is a member of the Kap| candy lemonade iced tea .m~ss ~ary ttan.aojpn ~m~tn, aau | emus' mother, Mrs. Harry L. Ron [ York, Director of Organization, [ song and Mrs. Luther Avis. [ She was a member of the Christ [ D.~a. ~+;... r,,.,,a;+ a .... i~i , *, " ~' ' " mer ot tar and ~ars ~ooert tt ,=~,,-~-~- -~-~,,,~ ~,'~. pa Alpha Theta Natmnal Sorority g emus at her home on East Wash Development and Training Hope Serwces were held Wednesday / Reformed Church and the Church I _-e. : l Mr Evans was graduated fromI _: , ~m~m WhO ~s a smden~ nurseft/mgton St i Natural Gas Company; John [at 2:30 from the Lee Funeral/Guild; the Daughters of the Am [a~o~trary to the implied| Castle Heights Military Acaaemy,[ .......... ~n~er~]~owta~i~r"homeV~or~e[ " I Thackston, Morgantown, from a lo I Home in washington, mterment|erican Revolution; the American I the name, the 12 Feder$ ? ll 0 N A L rest of*the summer vacation, i MIss Warrenfeflz Is men sGfurnishings nsto/~era:d[~V?sl~ngtC::ar Hill Cemetery m[ L~:i?oAU:iliary; and the asternlbanks ~ the United State~ . ~ . -.~ -.~-. -.--~s ...... ~-, ~" " " '-'~" ~, leno uovernment mon eville, Term He ~s currently Her- Mrs Thomas Shull and daugh- _ I town minister of the Spruce ] " / Survivina are a dauahter, Miss[ .... - - -- .- ving in the U." S. Naval Submarine[" Hen--- '~1~,, MeCormi-v- - ~ ,,i~i,--- ' ter, Mrs." Ruth Viands" and Mrs. | Rl~hl~ TII ~P ~|~ ] Street' Methodist Church ! CLAYTON A. TABLER ~, Jane E Fleming~" at ~'the home;] must ........... ODiUm tunas mro~ Force aboard the U. S. S. ChopperI ing Sgt~. and'Mrs Walter Painter Nettle Ritenour attended the |,~,--vp,,, .v v,, , VNU I In general, the camp will follow [ Clayton A. TaMer, 88 of Rt. 4, [two sisters-Mr~. Charles J. Dry-] ~aemtZrec~t~aotp~:na~~ (SS342) ....... I and son at Havelock, N C Shul! family reunion at thee ore | Mr and Mrs Luther Warren l a schedule similar to that of past[died Sunday at 11 p m in the,] fuse had Mrs Frank McDofigld [losse~ sustained!~pm o~ P "Mz~-" ........... Fza,k Grove and" " son of- Y . " feltz of Sleepy Creek. W. Va. an- I years; Campfires, swimming, class I Airley Heighta ~ursing rtome, I oom oz ~nepnerostown. ano= a ore I .-,~-,,-~o~ .................. nf the ln~.~l'har~0#,,_~t/~ ned. I .... ........ ' .... were about 52 present. I nounce the en,,a~ement 0f their I es of various types and vespers- I Beth Street following a one year I ther, Robert T. Banks Jr. " I ..r.m..a: 0'nc uaed" : TaKoma r arK, Ma. Will spenfl mls ~, ~, ...... -- ............... ~, .... ,. ~ I ................. Mr. and Mrs. J, H.Edgell of | only daughter Judi Elaine to Cor- [ all will be enjoyed. Helping wRh ] illness. I The remains have ben taken to I __ mwe..Longer.eam I]~IeesKMw~nTrersP~'rents mr. anu Wihnington, Delaware were week[poral] Joseph Walter Woida, thelthe| program, in addition to the[[ A retired farmer he was bornI Tne remams have been taken to [ BUY AT SHUGABT'S ". .... . . end guests with his sister at her son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wet- many special speakers, will be in Jefferson county on April 17, [ herdstown from where services[,~,,. ~,, ,.,u"~'' ....... ~s, =-__n,~h,a u., I ~__l____--'---J I MlSS Lucllle Smith of Berry home on South Samuel Street Ida of Milwaukee, Wis ICooperative Extension Specialists[1873 a son of the late Murphy[will be held Friday at 2 p m with[T~e Seam ]Blnding.'Veii~ NUDtlaIS olemnlzeo l ville, Va. is visiting Miss Makely Miss Patty Edgell is spending her| Mi~ w ..... ~t~ :,as ~,r~duat ]county Extension workers and lo-land Bettie Van Metre Tabler. ]the Rev. J. Andrew Gullick offic[Many Other Items ~t H~ - [ in Standardsville, Va. for the lnon vacation with friends in Japan / ."': .... "_."~."L~'- A" .. ~".'7~..~" I cal volunteer 4-H club leaders ' I He was a member of Tuscarora ] taring Burial will be made in Elm. and Less. : th of Jul " ea trom t~erKetey ~prmgs ttzgn . In Ih,,,new,,-I I.Iv 79 [ Y" Mr and Mrs Martin J Michaux[ ~,,,, o,,~ o,+o,no,~ ~h,,~h,,.a~. I Approximately 300 boys are ex-[ Presbyterian Church and of Mr. [,~,ood Cemetery m Shepherdstown. [ Jttly 27-2t-L~ ~ ,. u.. --u "-'- I William D. Thompson and ThelVa will arrive Friday, July 28 to| ~'1"1~,'~ "n'n"d "W~"l~iher~v",qt~"t~ | pecte(i for the camp. The camp / Nebo Lodge No. 91, A. F. and A. [ - , ~t~;~ t;,,;^ A,,,, t ...... heam Ima F. Kidwiler of Bakerton have visit Misses Margare't and Ann/~.;;=~= .~'h= be under the direction of Bill/M. in Shepherdstown for more I ODtOtm vma t rs rwn' ,l a~.~., .... ~ ~r~ o,,~ u, ~.u~ene[been granted a marriage hcense Aldrid~e | ~a ....... ~,',, ~,, the Office ,,fi Coffmdaffer, Assistant State " /than 50 years .............. _..,~ y~s .... : ..... :- ....... ~ - " ~ | in Frederick Md o= ......... / ~ ....~L~"'%."'" .~ ....... "i: I Club Leader at West Virginia Un Twice married his first wife, I 6--A THURSDAY, JULX ~ J~ongeroeam, riarpers rerry ana/ Mr and Mrs "Har B Wade ~iss t'ama ~ue ~itue ot tree-} rinance, t~a~e ueparunem, wa~n !. .. . I =~ Mr. David M. Kidwell, son of Mr. t : .... ; . ~ . . ericksburg, Va. is spending two[ ington, D.C. | zverstty. _ . ~ ..~ ..... -.- ........... .,. ............................. : ................... . ........ and Mrs. Robert Kidwell, Harpersland two litue aaugmers and a~r. weeks with her grandparents Mr" Cor oral Woida was raduated" SALE ~:~,aenJryl~~a~/i~~g~m~isewnhWit~ :d:M:R;~dv~h:C~isMit?:tgagt~es|~:~;~!:~:~i~ycMi~ilGeflera~ te, eph,o,e PUBLIC .. Brunswick, when P / . wek at the mohe of Mrs H H several years he served as leaderl L~m~ In~t~|ls ] ~ tt~tTO~tT/~t t s /a/tt'~t%Q ~'kTt~ ql~/'t/~tt ~Q :i H. Miller solemnized the single/ .......... Hunter. of Majur Polish Dancers, Inc. At|Vv""r'~"$ "''" -- I ~1" n~u~r~n~ uv~t,o ~x,~, ,,,,-,~., : :j rln ceremon / LVJ[ISS l~UlSa ~mlul oi wasrllng g ' Y" Miss Mary B Moore and Miss present he is serving as a writer| ' , NEAR HILLSBORO, VIRGINIA ; :' : Lucy H Moore have returned to wzth Army Informatmn HeadquarltUlhVVV|l| /IIVII : . , ,. ' , " fl Street af ters zn Washington, D C ----------- their home on M dred . gashington, D C / General Telephone Company of SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1961 ..... ter visiting with Mrs. Alexander - - . /the Southeast marked one of the ~r~ap,VT~l~_ ArlP In .nn a,t~tnc~ A ~ tn.S 'P~ - :' m w~= ,r~L__,.._ rl~ ....... ltimore Md '~" " ~ -- " "- ~"-~'~ "~" " ....... " .........' ~'~ "'~" ' fff t~nariea JLtlWI! U0cKey in ~a ' t,flrlsmn ~eu~0~ most important milestones m its ..... It- -- " Mrs. Leonard Whitmore, Mrs. ]history Friday when it installed If raining sale will be held FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, at the same time. Phone 399 Ronald Phillips ,and Mrs. Roger The Chrisman reunion was held its 200 000th telephone. Discontinuing Housekeeping, We Will Sell at Our ~ome located about ninei -' Ramey spent Saturday, Sunday on Sunday, July 16 at the Corn- By coincidence, the installation miles North of Hlllsboro, V~., or 1 mile South of S~ndy Hook Bridge, ~t H~rperS ~ and Monday in Atlantic City. munity Center A number of rel- came the day before the corn- Ferry, W. V~., on Route 671 (H~llsboro to H~rpers Ferry lto~td) the Entire Contents . While there they attended thedrives and friends were brought lpany's seventh anniversary-July_ 1. of Our Home as Follows: " _ ~how of Anita Bryant and after to~,ether to have a very enjoyable I For, though it has a history da~ ............... ! It Won t Be .heshow they vlslted the star m day [ mg back to the early1890 s thr0 FURNITURE her dressing room for about half l gh predecessor companies, Gener- T ~.~. _ Those attending the reunmn ................ '---^n o" Norge Refrigerator, Dinette Set with 6 Clmtrs; Kitchen Cabinet, 3-Piece Living ~ ..... ===================== .... ; an nour alter hri m oz me ;~OUtllt~ahL Ill~, ue~t F Ut : | ,~11[ {[I~T ~. .......... were Mr. and Mrs. W C S-I~.~,; ..... n~. +~, ..... - .t-lv Room Suite, 21-inch Philco Television Set, 2-years old; Chin~ Closet, Solid Wain .! JL~q1711~O '~,,~"'- .~.~ mrs. Jean myeart, voruana, ore man and daughters; Mr and Mrs I ~,,~,q ..,,~. Vy.~ ~ ...... "'~X~ ................... ,-I. .... ,_, ....~..,~ ..~,h n..x e.,rin~,s &rid Intersnring [iil Col. and Mrs. George .13. Shutt USE M CI~SSIFIEDS Carolina, 52,000 in South Carolina, OPEN Friday and Saturday Till Nine of South Mildred Street accompan 39,000 in Georgia and 16,000 in July 27 ~rtd August ~ -2t. ted by Col. Shutt's sister and nie- Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate Tenngssee.