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PERSONAL NEWS Stuart Crim From Last Week Mrs. James H. Snyder family had as their din- on Sunday of last week Irs. C. M. Allder of Pike- The Reverend and and Mr. Clifton (f Sherewsbury, Mass. hva Marshall of Summit and Mrs. Vet l~ve been visiting with trothers and sisters-in- r~e past two weeks left on planning to visit with in C~tlett, Va. and on the Sham before returning to i~ Mass. 7 Joann Burch was a recent With Mr. and Mrs. Leon at t[eir home in ttarpers Mrs. Creighton Propps l"rina and C. R. of Town visited on Saturday at the home of the litters IN AND AROUND OH Phone 47-F-032 aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and (laughter Sandra of Ranson were visitors on Sunday at the home of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens were among those attending family pic- nic which was held recently by Mr. and Mrs. Kable Johnson of Charles Town at the Jefferson County Memorial Park. Mrs. Thomas ~,?alone Jr. who had been visiting with her brother ,he park in Brunswick, M d. North-South Scrimmage Associat.!Sears' Roebuck & Co. i Holy Communion Will Be i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johns and ion they had been encamped at daughter Carol of Dover, Del. Manassas, Va. for the past several were visitors on Monday of last days where they had participated 1960 Newspaper Outlay Administered Sunday week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. in the re-enactment of the First Wallace Snyder and their family. Battle of Bull Run and are plan- Also visiting there on Thursday ning to visit other battlefields and Tops $50 Million Again At Lutheran Church t afternoon were the litters brother areas of civil war interest before and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.returning to Ohio. ' For the second consecutive year The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- i Sears, Roebuck and Co. invested tar, announced Monday the follow more than $50,000,000 in news-ing schedule of services for St paper adverti~+ing space in 1960, i Thomas Luflwr:~n (n'wch, cerm, r i , George ti. NtH£thers, vice presi- Seventh :\~el~k,. Nur~h Mildred John Russell Jr. and their daugh- ter Kim of Berryville, Va. Mr .and Mrs. Marshall Jenkins in company with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Rudolph of Charles Town and Beth and Nicky Snyder spent Sunday at Cacapon State Park near Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Miss Caroline Warfield has re- turned to her home in Laytons. ville, Md. After visiting for a week with her grandmother Mrs. George Glascock. Also visiting re- cently at the Glasscock home were Large Group of Women's in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clageit T. Hardesty Jr. left last week to Warfield and Mrs. J. W. Romine, return to her home in Carson, Va. her daughter Miss Judy Romine' Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and Mr. John R0senberry, all of and children Gall and Ronnie and Clear Spring, Md. the litter's sister's and brothers- Visitors on Monday afternoon in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stu- and family of Rippon and Mr. and art Crim were Mr. and Mrs. Hal Mrs. George James of Charles Beamer and their son John of Tif- Town spent Sunday picnicing atfin, Ohio. As members of the Antiques Bring Top Prices At Quite a number of local people attended the Schley auction sale ~aturday in Shepherdstown, W. Va. The late Mr. and Mrs. H. Pin- kney Schley were well known col- lectors of local antiques of Jeffer- Ym and Berkeley Counties in W. Va., Virginia and Washington "aunty, Md. Among the historically interest- !ng pieces sold was a John Brown r'ike, labeled "captured at Har- ,~rs Ferry Oct. 16, ]859" which • :ent for $75 and a knife suppos d to have belonged to John 3rown sold for $62. The highest price article was a walnut Gay. Winthrop desk which :nld for $411. A "country" chip- pendale chair went for $110. Three Gaudy Dut plats went for $30 each and a very early tin can- dle box sold for $24. A most in- ,cresting piece was a small cup plate of enamel on metal showing he picture of Lincoln's law part- .]er and several other men. This was knocked down for $10. The large Currie and Ives print of The Batle of Antietam went for $77.50 and the smaller picture of the same for $35. A museum purchased a pottery "Roach Catcher" which was made in Shepherdstown by the Weiss family. This unusual piece sold 60 Pair Ki Yak Women's Hi Grade for $19. The sale was advertised in the + $4-- PAIR , Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate. Values to $8.95 Regular $8 Value Show Case Pubficitv mm immima • mI,~mm~m~ mmmmLlmi Hi Grade Miracle Tread ........... Dlrec.tor Tells Value j _. __( Large uroup women s 6, uNrls WOMEN S SItOIL SLIMMER FLAT i Tourist To County . White, Beige & Bone _ PAIR $2 The Kiwanis Club held its reg- $V~ -- PAIR ular weekly meeting in the Tho- Values to $5 95 Values to $11.95 . mas Jefferson Hotel Thursday ev- • .~- ~ • ii ening. .A committee was appointed to Large Group Low-J.ow Prices on ' . nominate delegates to the District tOHEH'!i WED(ill CAI IVAS CASUALS convention to be held at Black- water Falls September 17-19. Dick a Adams announced that the speak- ,P~ $4'139 $41j~ + er next week would be Mr. Wil- L L PAIR nd L- liam Peterson from the 3 M's • Reg. $4 & $5 Shoes Reg. $4 to $5.50 ' plant at Middleway; also that the annual Kiwanis picnic would be ---.=--=------ =-=--==-------- • ii=i= ~ =i held in the Park on August 24. )]LE R S ) :, CENT[ R The speakerwasFrohmanJohn | • ~. ~ son public relations director of • ~ + .... tl~O FIarperwFer~how Case. Mr- Johnson said that statistics show that the average tourist spends $6.21 per day. This means that the 300 W. Washington St. average car holding 3.5 persons CHARLES TOWN would spend about $21, if they spent all day in Jefferson County. rl.OllXllJ ffh'h'l, lll, lil, Ollllll, OllJH~JHH~H~A ffAS~ In order to make them spend the day with us, we have got to make ............ i themhappy, direct them to the I: ++H. L. X P ILLS GASOLINE STATIONS various pointsofinterestandgive all visitors courteous treatment, • L. L CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG Johnson declared. The speaker broke the tourist dollar down, showing just how FRIDAY and :SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th and 5th. much of each visitors dollar aver- GET ANOTHER TOP QUALITY, 12-OUNCE CRYSTAL HEAVY BOTTOM, DECORATED dent merchandising, announced this week. The company's record high 1960 retail storo newspaper advertis- ing expenditure was $53,888,700 an increase of more than $1,000,- 000 over the 1959 total of $52,520,- 000, Mr. Struthers said. 73.9% Of Budget It represented the 15th consec- utive year Sears has invested a record-breaking number of dollars in newspaper advertising. More than 885 dailies and weeklies in the U. S. shared in the 1960 ex- penditure, which was 73.9% of the company's retail ad budget. Total retail media expense of $72,937,000 in 1960 also set a new high, increasing $3,407,500 over 1959 expenditures of $69,529,500. Advertising through radio-TV and. circulars acounted for $19,048,300 of the total media expense. Net Sales $4 Billion In 1960, Sears retail and mail order divisions had net sales of $4,134,319,550, largest in the firm's 74 year history. As of Jan. 1 there were 740 Sears stores in the U.S. St. Ranson, Sun(lay, Au.~:. 6: The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m.; the meditation+ and the ad i ministration of the [Ioly Commun ion. Nursery held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School and the Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday, Un ited Lutheran Church Women- Epiphany Circle meets at 10:00 a. m.; Trinity Circle meets at 2:00 p. m.; Emmanuel Circle meets at 8:00 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Today's SPIRIT OP FFERSON THURSDAY, AUGUST.,, 1961 AVAILAgLE S' "' CE FOR I IR, I MOR3f, A • OANS IN WEST VIRGINIA HIGH PERCENTAGE TO VALUE LOW CLOSING COST UP TO 20 YEARS TO REPAY PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ADVOCATE +WINCHESTER SAV NGS & OAH A S S O C I A TI O N 29 W. Boscawen SL WINCHESTER, VA. Phone MO 2 2426 3--C I I : .~.+."...+. +.. [ iK, lu_!, i ,-,""~i;;?i;;;/;;;;;i,;;/uL ;i ' ..... ' ............ '" ~I+'X+/7]'j~ ys Th esl l~alily and the Greatest Yah? i '. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ._ ] ' + II Bo s De rtment '.| , HEN S SUH +,ER SUITS ., .: : Ent,re Stock : | i . " . . BOYS SUMMER SUITS :: I ’O | $ O i i Remaining Stock , : : .++.,,., ....... Sa e 15. Q , i , ; -- • $ I I $ I = , Reg. 34+99 ...... Sale 18.00 :., Values to 10.99 -- Sale ..... 3.00 ; _- i; Reg._ 39.99 ...... Sale s20.O0 :[ Values to 19.99- Sale. .$5.00 :j i [IillI I I kll I ~ IH~ I~ I m W/mr I~ HI Im a I mg m at III m I I m I I) ~ ! i~ i Imilmii Imimmmmm I IImI m mlI II IIllIOlIIOtmlm • ENTIRE STOCK btEN'S SUMMER DRESS PANTS Reg. 5.99 .... s~Ie s3.57 Reg./.99 .... Sale s3.97+ Reg. 9.99 .... Sale s4.77 .= ...................... ----------- ..... e .... - ............................ "'"': = i ,+m • + , i i BLAHK REHIIAHTS FOR QUILTING !: l • | ~ I iI + +~ +m I : Y o.r SN :: tlOTIOHS -- T mu+ands of Items :: 1 Choice V | | Values.To 9’ j i I I I 29’- NU~'f ..................I co. , : , 11 ,= ~lmlmmlimii m~lm m I ~ e ~ m m m ! ~lm ~mIImim mmmm ml~ I m~ I • ,~limilNm iimi m ii i u im i i Ilil ~ IIlI IImI$iIImII IIIIm$ l - :: LADLES' D ESS HEELS Values to 14 99- SALE '3-*,1 s5 :':" : . . .... mm : ' WORK SETS Tan Grey Green-SALE s4" !" i MEN S TWILl. - , , .... "- I • **.. ...... o ...... • !u Boys' Foil Coats -- Orlon Pile Lined, Sizes 6-18, Reg. 12.99 Sole $10.00 I • | Boys' Assorted Mdse. -- Sixes 2-7, Values to $2.99 -- Sole ... " $1.00,,,,= You IL WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 0 GALLONS Is Our Own Decoration. Espe- Made. Not Available Anywhere GLASSES WILL BE GIVEN. WILL WANT A FULL SET OF THEM. KEROSENE Actual Size aged to the motels, restaurants,' garages, gift shops etc. He said that this is new money being left in the community. t • Gallon 15V c GASOLINE RANSON \ STATIONS MARTINSBURG Mr. Johnson said that his com- pany had invested $300,000 in the Harpers Ferry Show Case and that its pay roll will amount to a- bout $60,000 per year. He said that the daily paid attendance is show ing an increase from day to day. Sunday Services For Assembly Of God Church Th Rev. William P. Reed, ;:st:r i Men's Fall Coats, Heavy Quilt Lined, Zipper Front, Sizes 36-46, Reg. 16.99, Sole .. $12.00 _u ~f Calvary Assembly of God loca Men's White Dress Shirts -- Reg. 2.99, Sole ............................................ 3 for $5.00 • 'ed on Fairfax Boulevard at Fifth . I ,~ • \venue in Ranson, announced the ======================================== ======================================= I ; Entire Stock Of I • "~llowing schedule of meetings I One Group Of : . • "or Sunday and subsequent week : DREN'S DR :SS :j SUIvlMEI t I "" '+ghts. ' I , ' • Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. ' =a I • i AHD CAR :OATS '" norning worship service at 11:00 I I I I a. m. Evening Evangelistic ser- | Reg. $3.99 To $19.99 iI •• m • 7ice at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday the ! Reg. $3.99 To $17.99 | a. . I ?hrist Ambassador meet at 7:30 ' i ~I Y2 I I = • +. m. Thursday Bible Study at $100 $1 00 • 1 | 7:30 P.M. I NOW I to I V Large Selection Now Price i • I I I I • Ill Ill ~i~i~Iiiiii-,iIi~iIIImII-IIIm~aII III'~ ~I~ ~I~II~I~I~IIII~I~III~IIIII ~ = T H E Table of Ladies' Assorted Mdse. --- Values to 1.99 .................... Sole 67’ 2 for $1.00 | tELVIN T. STRIDER CO. One Group Ladies' Jewelry -- Values to 1.00 .. ........................ ; ......... Sole 3 pieces 88’ | C O L O N I A L Ladies' Summer Handbags -- Reg. 1.99 to 4.99 " Sole 77’ to $2.77 Children's Dresses, Summer Style --Entire Stock---Reg:, 2.99 to 8.99; blow $1.67 to $4.67 ! FUNERAL HOME . ..... Charles Town Ladies' Wool Skirt Lengths, New Fall Patterns -- Reg. 2.99 Value, Now .............. 1.50 ShepherdstoWn Ladies' Sport Hats and Halters, and Beach Bags -- Reg. 1.00 to 2.99, Now. 10’ to $1.00 35 Telephones - 162 ===- ................. ============================================================ • GIVING AWAY "''''''''''''''''''''''''''' = $8 PIECE : MEN'S i: P A P E R-- ROOGERS SILVERWARE SET | . Sterling I I For Wrapping and Retail $59.99 ' Reg. | Printing Paper Produets Vol., I $1.59 .................... SALE | = Towels, Tissues, Bags, Given Away Sot. 5:30 I I : Reg. I - . $1.99 .................. SALE ' Locker Supplies CHARLES TOWN'S I i Reg. For Homes-Stores-Etc. SHOPPING CENTER I $2.99 SALE Ask Your Dealer 3 Ways To Buy I .................. = Antietam Paper C0. • Cash .Charge • Lay-Awaya Reg. $1 97 HAGERSTOWN, MD. FREE PARKING REAR I : $3.99 SALE I : ~ OF STORE / • iImlImlmllmmmIIImIImm~mmmmmmmm~ PHONE---Regent 9-0600 lllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIllllllll lllllllllllI|