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FARMERS Meleo of Si,lver Spring, Md. Wm.k$ I~... I~... I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Mrs. T. W. Wilt entertained ITIIqlll V~IIII][ ,11131 ,,7,T.m,o ,~xxT~ ~v :xT ,I .) . ,,::TTr~onA~r :IT'~ ~a LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN .... with a buffet dinner at her home " -- vva-az~x. OUlZ~lt.x uL~ lL~l. . . l Z:--2t. lnwl~l~21.1, aul~l or, on Bolivar Heights on Sunday ev- ~.~ ~|~ ~ 1 0~ ~ , ~ [ HARPERS FERRY AND BOLIVAR ening honoring Mrs. Theodore ~l,UU~I,33 IJl ,I~, ~ , ' , ' ' soon be out and around again ,announced an ex~am lah ' Miller who is returning to her i| i ,I ! ~ I~ Buddy Hindman son of 'Mrs.[Su.bstitu'te Clerks and lar~ home in Norfolk, Nebraska after j~:~: ::~: [Clara Noland is home no~z after]t,he following Jefferson i By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 visiting her daughter :Mrs. Harry |:~::~i:.~ By Mrs Roy Breeden Telenhone 256-JXlbeing a pwt~en~ in Vhe Charle~['Post Offices: Cha~es To~ Wil,t in Charles Town. [~ ~: !~: ' " ~ | Town Hospi,tal for a few days I Va. Ra,~son W. Va., She~ Miss Betty Shumuker 17 year [ ! ~ !~ ~ ~ ..... J :Miss Mary Lee Demory was an|town, W. Va., Harpers Fe~ old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [ ~: ~~r~: Lawn Party il of Berr 'lle |overnight guest wi%th Miss Jeanne lVa Kearneysville W. V~ Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Perry of,Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Laign of Stanley Shumaker of Bolivar is i J~~[~'~'~ [ Y~- -Y~J " ......... ]~amey on Monday night. Iv|lie, W. Va., She'nandoah :Harpers Ferry who recently re-[Gassaway, W. Va. speDt last week stil~l a patient in Charles Town ;:~~~|:~ . The RansonHelpers Club will|_ IM~r- ana_;~lrs-_~l~ ~m~a~lwo~a[ Mr .and Mrs. Carl Hin.ton were[.tion W. Va. and su,mrm~ turned home from a vacation trip [ with the lormers b~other and wife General Hospital where sha, has ~ ~:l~~ hold a uawn t~anyon A~gus~, 15 [ ..... ,~.,~ +,~ ...... t, ,,~,, +~ ~,, [m Wine, hesPer on Monday w~th [ W. Va. io California spe~nt a night in [M~. and ,Mrs. M. R. Laign on Bol- ~been for quite some time We hope ~~~ a~ ~ne Old l:~anson ~cnogi s~ar~ng [~'2;,~'~'%~ ~'~o~,~'~ ~'- [~Mrs. Hinton going to the eye doc- [ A~ppliean,ts need not rest~ Lewisburg, W. Va. enroute ,hom~ [ivar Heig~ht,s. the home town r)eonle ~re rem~m- :~~~~ ~a a O'CLOCK, Anyone caring ~o no-I."-~t~ 2"*t:"~ -:-- .Z'''~, ...... .:~'-~ tar ~,- ~-~ ~^,, .......... t~h~ and visited at the home of ,Mrs.[ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dudrow ....... ~." ~ -- - ;~ ~ ~~~~'~ nate will be a~reciwted I J,ara ~mul!lwooa an~ also visioning I " i,~,mc ~,vc~ ~.y~ ~. ~_:5 ~er]ng ~e~y w~m corns an(1 cneer ~~~. ~ .... '~ __ " ....... [ friends and rel*xtives in this vicin- [ ~Mrs. Myra Braiit~hwoAte and two I Graces, noffever t'hey m,lS~ Wilmer. Benjamin and her son land young daug.hters, Martha and im no~es. ~~a~|~ -r/bg.~. ann Mrs. narom we~a I~.,~ I ohildren with Mrs. John Braith- Iwi:thin Jenerson woun~y. aim wne ~;o~ ano ;Mrs J B Ben ara f Ham and r Y . " ' " ," " IS o m spa t, N. . are Misses Frances ~eeser and Aga- ~~.'~,:~ and sons of Souithl~wn, Md. spe~tl"~, ~ro,~,~ ~ ...... ~o~ ~ ..... ] w, ai.te and Mrs. Carl grenen,berg J N,o specific experience is: naveJamln visitorsWn were~ro,mVerYtheirnappynometO[spending this week with the for- th~ Partard of New York City ~~* me pas~ weekena at the name o~ [^.." ..... ~v~.. ...... ~"~ "*'~'~'~;*~"~'~ Imgand son visi,ted on Sa~turday even-[ d, , all a h~ants mt~ -' .... 'Mr Arthur Webb and f~mil Li ~,,r sick list for t~he pas~t ~u,wl= ~,f . . . . e _ but pp' * I mers mother Mrs C E Dudrow ~Mr .and Mrs Ted Sager and Mr. ~~ ............... .... Y. t'ld^-'- W ................... wl,th Mrs. Wall,a Bral~waa,te I wrii~ten test Persons in,tern %own. They s pen~t an enjoyable IThey are enroute to t:heir home af and Mrs. Lamar Sager and son of "~~ ...... . . . . ~le r~aroldflr, re%urned name with I~Y~ ~:~,v ~n~ wm ~,, ~ [ and family o~ Berryvilile. [,t~aking this'e~amination 1~ evening, recalling mutual friends ]ter soending last week at Na~'s Moorefield W Va and Mrs Ber-I ~nown agave ~s a pnomgra!~n ms parenzs avserspemling ~nel .... *"" -~ .... I r~,~.~.~. ~,.~,,~. .... ~+~ , o o ~,~:~ I o,,r~ ~ ~n, of Uh~ ~nnotlr~ ~n Harpers Ferry and Bolivar and | Head-N. C.- - , . . , .................... ~, -- .......... ~ ................ th~ Jordan of Bal.tAmore Md were of ?,he First Grade a~ Wright Den week w~:Vh his grandCwt~her [ 'Miss Judy Frye has reCurned to ], . ^~ r,~,, ............... | ~,,,~ ~,~,~,~,~,~ r,,,.~ from recalling "Old Days" in the Ferry. [ .Mr' Dal~ ~rmk ,~f Wa~hin~rton ' ' " ' - I " .~L m ~c'~'~g ~mc~ ~,r~u.~: .....'ww ................ recent visitors at the home of Mrs [ ny Grade School m ChaHes Town ~Mr and Mrs Harrv Wade nf [ her home in New York M,ter spend [ .....~.~ ] ~ ....... ,. ~m~ fm~n the ~oi. ~enjamm has ecen~ y been In (- -,~s v~~, ~ ~, ~,~ ,,~ Emma Evans back m 1942, of w,hreh Mrs. Kll- Roanoke Va were recent visi~,~rsling a week Wl.t~h her aunt and un-| ~" | ,~,~ ~ r~ .... ~ .... a Of notified .by Boyd B. S~utler, pres- [~' ~" We*bb "on'Sun~a~'evening "" 'Mr and ~Mrs. Sherman Harrison ~eerrg:SFthhtf~l~h~,asMt~i'22dnM~ wi,Vh Mr. a.n.d Mrs. M. C:~Trussel; [~)~e thMer.l~nsdoM{S.nCh~arles Mauck [~, ,, ~, . ~. ]Civil Service Examine~s, U. ident of the West Virginia Histor- | '. ' _ . " ' . ical Society of ihis *appointment to I mrs..C.C. Jonnso9 spent tas~ and son and daughter Blake and C ~ho submitted ~he h ~o to, ,Mrs.. Will~am McDowell and [ ..... " . . o I tJ11 service to hive i office Martins:burg, W. ~. f~vo-m~n ,W V~ Civil War C~'~ Iweek w~n ner aaugn,~ers ann son Laver~e and Mrs Gladys Dunn . .,. . , ~ p o'o. . Mrs. walCer Glaize and Miss El- I ~Mrs. Ri~nura ~.raimwa]ue amng / / ~ ' ...... .... ~e ,~enni~l-'C~mmit~e" Anotl~er-me~[Mrs. Catherine Winters. ~Miss Ele- snent tas~ 8un,~ i- ~ersh~v ,Uhm newspaper nan a son ,~rsL ~i~abetgh Webb David Webb and lWl,~h Mrs. John Brai~,hwa~,te and l I~ .... IffA, D~ P-~l~|~, |,ram ~me ,.xecu,u~e ~ is ~ ~ " . anor Johnson and Mr Linden ~,~. ~ ......... [row extreme righ't)e in this clapt, Harold Webb Jr. visited with Mr. [~Mrs. Russell McAboy and son were [ L]{am~ /el ru ~,e/llUla, [Board of U. S. Civil S_er~ bet . Ma~. T ornton T. Perry J~. | ........ ; - . ~ .............. i,ney ma ~o., n w vet, ow ~ e ,and Mrs Vernon Wel~b and family fin Winchester on Monday taking / ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ / aminers Room ll4-A FO~ of Charles Town loonnso!I ann iamlly 2n Aiexanarla ..m!ss ~orrame W~u oi ~onvarinames at others in the class, of the Cross P~ad on ThursdaylLi~tle Rickie Braithwai~te to Dr/tl~tU Ill mII r 0ll tO. ]Buildin~ @harleston 1 F " Va ne~gn~s a ccomoamea ,~y net eou- James Moler was l~nci al of the .... ,-- t~.,,,~,~, "/w ,, ,,, ~'~ "- ~ ~ 1 or the past several years Col.' . . . P :P vvum,,~. ~,,,e~ .... Beniamin has heen enntrihutin~ Miss LUCy ~YIossburg o$ Bolivar sin Mrs. Rocky Banks of Martins- s~hool and the picture was Vaken~ t . . . Apphca/tio~ns will be historical articles ~o a variety of Irie~gnt~ v lsxte~ Mrs. A. ~OKU n bur~ s~-~nt last week ,at Ocean .......... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and [ Mrs. l~becca Mauck 1s a pat-[ The Board of Umted Sta~es Clv [ v- ~c~ouer zu ~v~z sons til the needs of Vhe Ci.ty .Md .... visited on Sunday wi~h Mr.[ien~ in the Winchester Memori,al|fl Service Examiners. U. S. Posti ~ newspapers and magazines. Most ]College Park, Md. last. week. The ., ". ....... I~ and Mrs Buddy Singhas and fum- ,:I-Iospi~al We all hope she will" Office Charleston W Va today met. deal with southwest Virmnia and |latter was a iormer res~uen5 oz x~oi ;~v~r. ann a~ars, t=,names ~lover oi " ' ' souther~ West V,irginia~but has livarHeigh~ts'. ........ Gaithersburg, Md. soent Monday will continue ~o visit Vhem each has printed articles recently on] ~Mr. anct .mrs. vw}n~m r:o~s at Vhe home of IMr. and ~Irs. G. day. Hat ere Fer , covering John Ispen~ a any i,as~ week m wasnmg- j p ry ~ -- i E. Webb. . Mrs. Howard Wilt, Jr. and two Brown, and other articles of in-]ton, D. C..They wereaccompamed Mrs. Jack Loudoun spent Su~- sons of B~livar Heights are now terest ~from this area ]by 't'heir aau~hters Jean ann ~ar day w.~th her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. spending .this .week wi~h 'her '' "'r - .- _ " _ .~ . lbara w,ho are spending a week *Mil~lard Housden in 8hen.andoah ,n~other Mrs. O. W. M.uleneaux in Mrs. Josep, n rtU.SCZKO |with relatives in the Capitol CiLty. Junction. Franklin, W. Va. ann iamny WhO nave ~t)een Jiving/ Mr and Mrs Frank Hoffmaster in Norristown, Pa. for ~:he past/~ ~,~tsville Md s r)ent the week .Mr. and .Mrs. Claude Koonce of .Mr. and 'Mrs. ~ar~i~ Luther ~two .years are spending Vhis week ]e~c~'w'~ the' latters'--parents Mr. Washington, D. C. are spending Beamer announce Vhe ,birth of a this week at the home of 'Mrs. J. son, ,born in the Charles Town at ~,lae name of Mr. and Mrs. ~,. land Mrs David Jones ,D. Nichols)0are~ts of Mrs. Rucz- [ Recent' visitors at the home of L. Eackles. ~ , General Hospi~tal" on Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Dmn and weighing 8 lb. and 10 oz. ko. ]Mr. and .Mrs. H. R. Crock were spent Sunday in Brunswick, .Md. Tills is the second .child the other They are expecting to move to |Mr J. H. Bidinger of Green Washington, D. C. in the near fur ISpring W. Va. Mrs. Jack Short at the home of ~VIr. and Mrs. Leon a girl. are. Mr. Ruczko is connected with ] and Mrs. Farrel Wetls of Augusta Donovan. ~VIr. and Mrs. Oscar Ba,ll and well known*I)rug Firm. W: Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mrs. Pearl Hoffman of Wever- son Donald of Baltimore, Md, ton, Md. is staying with Mrs. were recer~t visitors at the home 1958-CHEVROLET 4-DOOR 1957-OLDSMOBILE 2-1)OOR 1956-PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN 1956 - cHEVROLET 1955 - CHEVROLET 195,1 . CHEVROLET 1953 - OLDSMOBILE SEDAN HARDTOP 4-DOOR SEDAN 2-DOOR SEDAN 4-DOOR SEDAN 4-DOOR SEDAN 1953 - BUICK 2-DOOR SEDAN 1953- CHEV ROLET 2-DOOR SEDAN 1952 - C.HEVROLET:4-DOOR SEDAN 1951 - CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN 1951 - PONTIAC 2-DOOR SEDAN l I 1953 - CHEVROLET 2-TON CAB and CHASSIS 1941-G. M. C. ,Vz-TON PICKUP For The BEST DEAL and the BEST SERVICE Every Time, SEE Phone 42 Charles Town, W. Va. A work shoe that combines wearability with co.mfort and fit. Preferred the world over by men who know real value in a shoe... long wear plus an economical price that's a pair of Star Brand Work Shoes. AT ONLY 6.98 Grace Roeder who underwent sur gery some ~time ago and is incom- at her home. .Mrs. Mamie W{ltsl~re of .Mill- ~ille was a visitor at &he home of ,Mr. and ~VIrs. Fred Rowla~nd on Sunday. ~Mrs. Leona Ports of Engle is vie i~ing Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ports and Mrs. Lenora Staubs. Mr. and ~Mrs. John .Morris and daughter Sally ilVIae and Miss ~iar ~aret ~VIorris of Ho,pkiusville, Ky. spent the weekend in this area vi~ iti,ng at She home of .Mr. and Mrs. !Miller Webb and calling on sever- al other .families..Mrs. Morris was Vhe former Dixie Brown who was a men~ber of the local High S(~hool faculCy *for several years leaving here in 1932. Other viMtors at the Webb home were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Smith and ~two children, Mr. ,and 'Mrs. Hugh Leake and }i,t tie daughter of Alexandria, Va. Both Mr. and ,Mrs. Morris have been ~vttending summer s0ho(~l i~ Cha~pe.l Hill, N. C. training ,for col lege teaching. Mr. and ,Mrs. J. D. Smith and ~amily of Alexandria, Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and ~Irs. Charles Trundle. ~Mr. and Mxs. William S. Stuck' and four sons of 'Churlesto~n, W. Va. spent the weekend at :the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Jack~,. Lou- doun. Mr. Stuck and Mr. Lou- dou.n met in the lWnillipian Is- lands during World War II and were together for the duration of ~he war spending sometime in Japan. They had not seen each other for about thirteen years. ~Mr. and ~Mrs. Dale Duncan liv- ing on a farm near Bolivar an- nounce the, birth of twin sons born in Charles Town General ,Hospital on Thursday, July 23. .M~.(~hael Dale weighed 5 lb. and 7 oz. and Miekey Dean weiLg~ed 5 lb. and 2 oz. They have returned ~o Vheir home and all are getting ,along nicely. There were ,three girls in Che Duncan lamily und ~Irs. Dun can t~as a son l~onnie ~V~il~Is by a i~ormer marriage. She is the d~o ighter of Mrs. Irene Rinald~ conducts a grocery store in B~l- i~ar. 'Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Meadows t | and ~wo children ,are spending *heir vaewtion wjth the Co,mere sister in ChicagoFMr. 'Meadows is Charles Town $.98 to $11.98 K SHOES ,the local Met. Ins. Agent. Many Attend Play ~he play a.t Hill Top Hotel on ,Friday and S'~turday nigh% of ~ast week ",Phi~elphia :Story" was :largely attended and voed one of the best ever. The crowd fi;Hed every a~ai].~Me space: This fam- ous and well-know~ ~Hotel is ~eally getting on the n~a~p so to speak. :It is usually ,filled with tourists on every weekend and laeople cam ing ,and going alt the ~time. IMr. and ~Ir~. C. E. Bremer of Boynton Beach. ~lorid~, sper~t last week m i*~h *heir son-in-law and *daughter Mr, :and Mrs. Fred Oar enpo~t. They 3eSt for Pa. on ~Mon- day ,to visi,t~ rela~tives and w)ll re- turn to %heir daughters home for ,a visit before returning :to Florida. ~Mrs. Carl Alster and her son-in law and daufChter Mr. and Mrs. Win. McLiddle and so~n Wayne of Pi:ttsburgh, Pa. were recent visi- tors at the ,home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Stuart. '~Miss Anne Wilt, of Bolivar, has returned home, af%er spending a week in Camp ,at Massanuttin SpNngs, Va. Her cousins, John and Eddie Wil, t of Charles Town were in the same Camp. Bird Story The following interesting "Bird 'Story," comes ~Irom ,the 'family of ~Mr. and Mrs. David Cavalier of near Bolivar, who experienced the ~following facts. Some months ago 4)heir son young son David ound i~wo tiny Ieatherless robins, which had possibly been was(bed or had been blown ,from their nest, dur-. ing a bard rain storm. He took them home, and they *were cared ,for ,tenderly, but on Zhe third day one of them died. The other one ,was OK ,and ,~rew rapidly, was tame, and became Vhe pet of (the :family. "Jackies" home was in a ,parakeet cage, ,and he soon learn- ed to go in and out of his home. when and if he wa.~ted to If ou late in t~he evening, he came in when called, bu,t the family was away from home one nigh, and ,the next nigh* when "Jackie" was called in he seemed a little rest- less in his cage, and beg,an to stay out a little later. However, .'he still comes in the porch a:t t)he Cava- lier home, but does not offer to go ir~to the cage. The family are n~ural!y fon~ of ~heir litt'le Ieat&ez'e~ Inead and hope that he of Mr. and 'Mrs. David Cavalier. ~Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cummings of Roanoke, Va., spent ]ast meek end at ~he home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald ~ackles. Mr. and fleers. Willmm Frye 'and itheir son Robert, and his 7-year- old son, Bobby, Jr., spent Monday at the home of "Mr. ,and .Mrs. Jake Eggborn. Li~da, 8-year-old sister ofBobby returned home witch her ,father after spending several weeks at the Eg~born home By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Dave Oageby and daughter Joyce, ffVIr. ,a~]d ~irs. ,Harry Gageby and daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. W. E. Gageby and David Oageby and Miss ChaHotte A~hey of Charles Town all enjoyed a pic hie supper Sunday evening at the tMaVtin~burg Memoria~l Park. It w,as in honor of David's 20~h bir~h day, ~Mr. and Mrs. Howard C~geby. Terry and Cathy Snyder all of Baltimore spenit several days 1,as~ week wi,t'h Mr. and Mrs. W. E !Gageby, Mrs. BeV.ty Kidwiler ac- companied by Miss Donna Gage- by and Miss Ida Mary Bu~ler took I TOMATOES--Home Grown - lb. , L E M O N S ", 2- 2'= , 12 for/ it~hem back to Bal%imore Thursday ~l ~f, ternoon. ' BEANS .... Strin .ess - - 2-1be. !Mrs. Leona Po~ts spen~ the week end in Bolivar w~h Mr. and .Mrs. CARROTS - 2 1-1b. cello packs Bi/l.Mr.POttsand andMrs. ,fam'~iY.H.C. ' Ambrose vie C A N T A L 0 E S ilted Mrs. Ka~thry~ Haines and .... family in Hallito~vn Friday night. ,Mrs. Ru0h Tille~t of Baltimore 79c W A T E R M E L 0 N S. - - each spent the weekend with her bro- ROUND STEAK - . lb. ~her Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breed- ." ." ' ice Cold - - each 39c en and family SIRLOIN STEAK - lb. 79e ~Mr. and Mrs. H,arry Gageby and daughter visi,ted Mrs. Daisy Mill- er near Dargan Saturday nigh,t. RIB :STEAK ..... lb. 69c Mr. and Mrs. George Root of Chicago, Ill. are visiting Mr. W~I- 'CUBE STEAK .... lb. 69c Jbur Ba, gent and |archer rel,a%ives a. d Mrs. H C. Ambrose CHUCK ROAST .... lb. 49c GET were supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. SPEND LESS AND Cleveland Pearl near Chevtnu% RACONT...Cnrkhill Hill. We spen~ a very enjoyable evening width ~hese fine folks. (Unwraped) 3-1be. $1.00 B0SCUL TEA--48 Tea Bags---10e0ff - - !Mr. and Mrs. Gray,on Snowden of Youngstown, Ohio are visi tin:g BRIGGS BACON - - lb. 59c BOSCUL FAMILY SIZE TEA BAGS - ctm 'Mrs. Mamie Ma~hin and Mr. l~al- " " eigh~ Snowden this week. BOSCUL TEA BAGS--80's - . ctm Mr. and Mrs tarry and CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb.59c daugh~ter and Miss Joyce Gageby SALADA TEA BAGS--64's - - ctm ! visi Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walk CORKHILL FRANKS-.Loose - lb. 47e NESCAFE COFFEE--Instant 6-oz. jar er and daughter in Ranson,Sun- - " ,day niL~bt. ~r. and Mrs. Herman Snowden LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c NESCAFE COFFEE--Instant Big 8-oz. jar of Ma~tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred * !Martin of Raason, Mr. and Mrs. BORDEN'S COFFEE--Instant - 5-oz. jar Harry ~aney and son of 1V~artins- burg visited Mrs. Mamie Martin MONARCH EVAP. MILK 6 tall cans Sunday. (SMOKED--SMALL AND LEAN) iMrs. Doro~y Price of BaILtin~ore PET EVAP. MILK - - - 6 tall cans sper t t he weekend w,i th Mr. and VEAL CHOPS .... lb. 59c GOLD RIBBON MARGARINE-- ~Mrs. Harry Locke. Sunday visiltor~ at the home of II~I~IT~,~I~ (Quarters) 2-1be. ,Mr. and 2VIrs. ~/~arvin Breeden n2~kL11)Ul%~r~l~..-- were Mr, and Mrs Ben Breeden Fresh Ground Beef 3-1bs. ,pxoo19 KENNEY'S TOMATO JUICE--46-oz. can, 4 for [ar~d family of BalLtirrmre, Mr. Mil- ton Wrightof Lees%urg, Va., Mr. (LESSER QUANTITIES SLIGHTLY HIGHER) BOSCUL PEANUT BUTTER - 12-oz. jar. Ernest Breeden of Ranson and Mrs. Tillett of t alltimore. DOMINO SUGAR - . . 5-1be. Roger Lee Starliper of Baker- , ,ton spent the weekend wi'th Way- (WithPurchase of $5.00 or More) ~ne and Charles Welty. ! Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Clegg of ~. B. C. PREMIUM SALTINES - lb, bo~ Bal!timore visit, ted Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. WeRy SALT :'TANG SNACK STICKS 9V,-oz. bo~ and sons Sunday. U, S. Insl)ected---U S. Grade "A" " Calvin Whi~tmer of ~he~andoah " DIAL SOAP---Bath Size--6c Off - " Junction and Donald Cam'ford of Bolivar visi,ted Wayne and Cigar- NEW "DURKEE'S FRYING 0IL Vz-gal. lee Wel~ty last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Ben Breeden and SIZ INSTANT CHARCOAL LIGHTER - ,family of Raltimore, Mrs. IA'bby twnole or Cut UP) Wright of Lees:burg, Va., Mr. and COCA COLA 6 ~.Mrs. Thomas Muse and daU~gh%ers (Olle Six Pack FREE with Each $10.00 of ~idgeley pear Cumberland, Plus De IVIr .:and Mrs. Jennings Avey and son of Martinsburg viMted Mr, 'and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and faro m mm ily Thursday. Cadet Lee R. Steeley In Officer Training Fort George G. Meade, (AHTNC)-Cade,t Lee R. S teeiey,' 'son of .Mr. and ~Mrs. Roy S. Steel- ey, 135 ,Blakeley Place, Charles Town, W. Va. is receiving six weeks of training ~t ~the ,Reserve Officer Tr~i,ning Corps su.mmer camp ~t Fort George G. ~Meade, Md. The training is sc:heduled ~to ~be completed July 31. The 19-year-old cadet is ,a 1957 graduate of Augusta ,Military Ac- ademy, ~Fort Defiance, Va. and is a~tending The Johns Hopkins Un- iversity in Bal.timore, "Md., where b.r,~ a member of Alpha Tau Om- ega IratermLty. FRADELIS DINNERS - - MEAT LOAF, FRIED CHICKEN, BEEF PATTY, HALIBUT STEAK 49e OPEN 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Midnight Monday Thru Saturday (Quantity Rights Reserved) :Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! ARROW - GUNTHER SCHLITZ (6 I m m PACK THROW AWAY ALL POPULAR m /; ( m $1fl BOTTLSS)