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--From The Files of The--- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:---Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 M. Moore of Cleve- was named head foot basketball coach at Shep- I Deanie S. Fleming of Kear has been awarded one a Lewis Baker Scholar- Journalism for the first of the school year by inia University's School according to notice by Miss Fleming. The fifth accidental in one week occurred at Ferry when Carl Henry of Harpers Ferry lost by drowning in the Poto- at Harpers Ferry; Vin- Bly a resident of Leesburg the Charles Town General At the Church of on University Parkway in Md., Miss Anna Belle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. STRIDER HOME Washington St. Town, W. Va. PHONE:-- 370 Night McDONALD, JR. AGENCY ]E AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Town, W. Va. Ttn 11t~mumL m Joseph W. Deeds Sr. of Middle- way became the bride of Cpl. Don- ald M. Staubs, son of Mrs. Leona B. Staubs and the late Lewis H. Staubs of Harpers Ferry; In Be thany Lutheran Parsonage, Bruns wick, Md., by the Rev. Ralph H. Miller, Miss Mary L. Gardner, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gard- ner, Rippon became the bride of Mr. William L. Caniford, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edna Caniford, Frederick; Miss Charmelea Gib- son; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. For rest Gibson of Marlinton, became the bride of Nelson T. Dailey, son of Mrs. James A. Dailey and the late Mr. Dailey of Charles Town; Dorothy V. Snow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graham Moffatt of Rippon and Mr. Donald Baker Brah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Brah of Towson, Md. were mar ried in the Holy Cross Catholic Church, Lynchburg, Va. 20 YEARS AGO --- 1941 DIED: In the Walter Reed Gen eral Hospital, Washington, D. C. Harry W. Biller, native of Sum- mit Point; in an Arlington, Va. Hospital, Daniel Luther Bowman resident of Bakerton. MARRIED: In New York, Miss Isabelle Lawrence Pendleton of Shepherdstown to Mr. Samuel Shift; In Baltimore at the home of the Rev. J. H. Dudley Miss Ka therine Irene Hoak of Bolivar and Mr. Edward L. Shull of Ranson. A heifer of Guernsey and Hol- stein stock belonging to C. P. Car ver at Shannon Hill Farm gave birth to twin female calves, one twin having all markings of the Guernsey while the other was pro- nounced all Holstein, neither re- sembling the other. The birth of twins from a heifer is one of the rarest happenings in the animal world. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Church Services Rev. Temple Wheeler will deliv er Holy Communion Service at St. John's Episcopal Church Sunday Aug. 6 at 9:30 DST. Sunday School will be held at 10:30 DST. The members of St. John's Epis copal Sunday School wish to thank each and everyone that helped with the Lawn Party which was a success. They cleared $126. A group of members of the Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club left on Monday, July 24 to spend the we ekttha Dt.anding real 00l the week at the 4-H Camp ai Camp Frame near Hedgesville, W. Va. The ones in this group were James Richard Jr., Jimmy and Pat Heflebower, Marie Penwell. Barbara Hough, Tommy Dailey, El len, Steven, Joe, David Cloud, Mary Randolph, Ruth Rogers an0 Elizabeth R. Smith. In Hospital Mrs. Woodrow Adams was ad, mitted to the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital on Monday, July 31 for appendicitis operation. Miss Ella B. Smith 332 N. Sam- ~:~:i:::::iii ~;~ ~:~i~:~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :i:::::~" .:~i::i:i ~ !~i ~ ~: .~ ........................ ~: .~i ~g~ ~;~i~ ~.~ --- at the --- See Our Big 50 Cent Window Ot Outstanding Values A Full of Bit SPECIAL ON CAMERAS AND ALL ACCESSORIES Look For Other Big Special Buys Throughout Our StoreDuring The Three BIG BONANZA DAYS. Register For Our Free Door Prize: ' PLANTER LAMP --- -Valued at $9.95 Save Money Bonanza Days -- Bring Your Shopping List To --- 367 ' Charles Town, W. Va. ueI St. CharIes Town entered the their good friends and neighbor Charles Town General Hospital Mrs. Hayward Boyd, Mrs. M. L. i Monday morning. ]Adams, Mrs. Lewis Carroll and The Rippon Farm Womens Club Mrs. Austin Nlcodemus. will be held Thursday, Aug. 3 at Tuesday, July 25th Mrs. Roy B. the home of Mrs. Charles Adams Harris Jr. and daughter Nancy instead of Mrs. Woodrow Adams because she is in the hospital. i Mrs. John Grove was dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and family on Sun.. day. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler and daughter Diane visited at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Lewis on Sunday. Diane Rissler will remain and son Roy III of Byrd's Orchard spent the day with their grandpar ents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Friends and loved ones of the community are sorry to hear of the continued illness of Mrs. Wal ter Chapman and all wish her a speedy recovery. While visiting briefly in the Rip pan neighborhood Thursday, July as a guest at the Rissler home for 27th Mrs. John Magaha and dau- this week ghter Mary of Charles Town stop Mar ari and Barbara Kackle ped to see their close friends Mr g Y~ eandl Mrs J L Chapman. from Falls Church, Va. spent th " " ". ........ n- let Fmday evening callers m the week Wll~n their aunt a a unc t ........ M- and Mrs ~Uarr-" LaRue and[a" ~" t~napman name were tnelr ~q, " ..... [ go/~d friends Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ~"',"" ~" ~ ........ [ Clipp of Charles Town. Mrs lwyrue welier an(l Mrs ' d , . ...... ] The J. L. Chapman s are so gla ~vmttm Stringer ~rom Amxanarm, Vto welcome their many nice and Va. spent Saturday with Mrs. Wel loyal friends and loved ones any lers mother Mrs. Lulia Shoemaker~ time they come to their home to and sister Mrs. Margaret Payne. [visit and may the Lord be with Mrs. Lewis Bray, Sr. of Berry- all and bless all for being so nice ville, Va. and Mrs. Lewis Bray Jr. to them. and two sons visited in Front Roy al, Va. on Sunday to see Mrs. Bray Sr. mother Mrs. Frank Johnson which has been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sell from Marlowe visited on Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Sell's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and l~rs. Harry Nicodemus Jr. and son David visited last Sun day at Mrs. Nicodemus brother-in law and sister Mr .and Mrs. James Sipes in Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams and Mrs. Marvin Adams visited Mrs. Mitchell Boyd in the Winchester Memorial Hdspital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and children from Middleway were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Satur- day night. Sunday, July 23rd visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman were Mr. M. L. Adams of Rippon and his sister-in-law Mrs. H. W. :DeHaven of Silver Spring, Md., Mr: Chapman's sis- ters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake and Mrs. Hattie Hill all of Charles Town and their cousins Mrs. Lula Castle of Hagerstown, Md. and her sister Carie of Williamsport, Md. and their friend Mrs. Virginia Daddy of Winch'ester, Va. Monday, July 24th callers in the J. L. Chapman home were Mr. and Mrs. Neill Mobley and son of Ranson were Saturday even ing callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. We are so glad to see Mr. Mobley is able to be back on his job again after being very ill. t Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris and grandson Ray Carson Harris of Raphine, Va. and granddaughter Angela Faythe Harris accompan- ied by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Hat ris of Greenville, Va. stopped briefly to visit Mrs. Harris's par- ents Mr: and Mrs. J. L. Chapman as they were passing through Rip- pan to spend the weekend with their respective sons Mr. antl MrS. Roy B. Harris Ji'. and family and Mr. and Mrs. George B. Harris and family all of Byrd's Orchard also accompanying them back home were the Roy B. Harris grandchildren Shirley and Joyce Ann Harris daughters of Roy B. Harris Jr. who had spent three weeks with their grandparents in Virginia: Mrs. Roy B. Harris Spent Sun- day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman and accompanied her father to visit briefly Sunday morning with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake and also her friends Mrs. John Maga. ha and daughter Mary of Charles Town and her friend. Mrs. Floren, ce Long Allen of Rlppon. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 5--C FREE Tickets--- Some Lucky Person Will Be Awarded a FREE $10.00 Saving Account... Charles Town, W. Va. Final Clearance On All. Remaining ~:~~:~: !:::i.! ~:~:~ .~:i:~: :..:~:: ~:. :~:::!~ ~::~. ::~:~ ~i~ ~ ~*~~ .......... Summer Stock And Special Purchases ....... Made Especially For Thts Sa .... ..... ................. ........ le! All At Low Pricest. Ladies' Regular 3.98 Summer Styles .................................... Blouses Regular 1.98 Summer Styles ........................................ Girls' Regular 2.98 & 3.98 Summer Styles ........................ Regular 2.95 Styles owns Regular 1.98 Styles ..................................... All Remaining Summer Styles in Two Groups -- Were to 10.98 m Regular 1.98 Styles ..................................................... $ In Silver Dollars To Be Given To t0 Lucky People. Get Free Entry Coupons When You Shop i~osen's For The Big Bonanza Bargains- ake Sure You Get Your Coupons NO PURCHASE NECESSARY SUMMER SHOE Mefis, Womens and Childrens In Styles That Were To $9.95, ReducEd ' To- Three Price Groups. Men' Adam Regular 2.95 & 3.95 Styles ...................................... RegulEr 1.98 & 2.98 Styles .................... for$ Boys' Sport Shift: One Group Was 1.29 Each ........................... Styles That Were To 1.98 .......................... Regular 19.98 Styles ............................ . ......... All Remaining Summer Shorts, Bbuses and Sets --- Were to 298 m Entire Stock of 2.98 Styles for$ Weroto ,.98 ............................................................ Group Ha. 1 $' 97 ~ Entire Stock 0, 2.98 Styles ~'.r Ladles' IlylonS pr. Group No. $q 97 Merh !;umn,er' First Quality Seams--Box of ..: ............... ~ ~ .11 ~]~ Styles Thgt Were to 7.98 ....................................... ~, Ladles: ' Raxon .... PantleSi.,,., " 6roup Ha. 3 ?Met, s' &: Boys Swtm Trunks' ." First Quolity, Reg. & X Sizes ............... . ............ | ' That Were to 2.98 ........................................... ... BUY SEVERAL PAIR L Styles Mohawk Sheets . l ..... ....... ,-.-, --Table Od is and Ends .......................... Twin or Double Size ............................................ :: Items Shop Throughout The Store For Many, Many Other Unadvertised gains! a Li