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V ti 01d IMR Part f L4 I I ! tf ! ! ! in the Winchester Memorial FIos Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broy Jr. n Va., Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nieode. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vanuz ^t an, r.te, wh. I ffi i '- I. I L L I: :iai where she was. taken the lat' and two sons Tinny and Stevie ]mus Sr. and son Roger Lee, Mr. '4---B THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, board for the second missionary B Miss Doroth Lake ~er part of the weeK. were dinner guests on Saturday and Mrs. Harry Nlcodemu Jr. party (Paul and Barnabas again)Y "~ Y Weekend guests at the home of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Wen ..... ~. _ .. Mr .and Mrs. Marvin Adams was Charles Lloyd of Berryville. i dell Whittington two sons Jona- R. Staley, Superintendent. Wed- GO TO CHURCH SUr met, the two otOer men eotOd not , lvlrs~ ~a[~es umow ann ~rs. Mrs. Adams sister Mrs. Myrtle Jacksons Mill Camp I than and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. nesday, United Lutheran Church agree whether to take John Mark xtooer. A..u~ o~.. ]jalnax, va. DeIIaven from Bethesda, Md. Mary Randolph and Ruth Rog- tAustin Nicodemus. Men meet at the church at. 7:30 USE THE CLASI IFII] OXu~ leaVeonly thathimtherebehindwasLUkea "sharptells spenT. ~unoay wItn ~r; ann ~ars. Sunday guests at the home of ers Smith will spend this week|Lawn Party at Beulah !p. m. to visit in the Kih~... Men: h~-~t~~u,~Jn contention" between the two vet- ~ I.W. DII!OW ~r. ano Iamjly. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Lloyd were at the state 4-H Girl Camp in i The Beulah Sunday School will Crusade. Thursday, Senior Choir ~i eran missionaries about their l an~lr~laan~tel~rSsh~r~eL:n~~ Mr. Lloyd mother Mrs. Bessie Jacksons Mill. [hold a lawn party on Church rehearsal at 8:00 p.m. ~ # younger colleague; but we can i.aa, t~em"AS--Ann ana-"~Jenm~er'' ~'bue LloLlyd and brother Mr. Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Garland. Hefle. "l[[lawn . Friday ,evening' Aug. 18. be tl [~C~~~JG0d Ch~ d[~A~'~/~A~e'~/~m#~~'~i rob|, MateriAl: Acts 12:m. ~; lS:4- imagine how the arguments went nf Wh~at,m Ma ~.~., lb. w~,~ y.d .and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd s bower Jr. and children Jimmy glnlng at 6 o clock. Ham, chicken Se~|ce$ F0~ B, 1S;15;36-39; ColoJsians 4:10-11; 2 TlmothE ~:Slb; I Peter S:~3. Paul would remind Barnabas I~-en~. .... w~m~7""?:'me''~:'~'muers ........ parems"--=~-lv~r. MrSn'm'mw and ~aughter mr. and., and Pat. have returned, after .salad sandwiches and hot dogs, .13uevO"O~|" I[cading: o Timothy ,:1- that Mark had been a quitter; |and Mr~ r)~wov, .............. M~aa,~ ~r ~o* c:narl--s" Earl Johnson and family, [spendmg a weeks vacatmn on the |ice cream,, cake, coffee and lemon [A .. MAYT'$ - Paul felt thai taking him the first I ,,.a ..... ~, ........ ~.. _..a ,_. es Town, tar. ann ~ars. oonn I Potomac at Erica, Va I ade wfl be served r ........... Vawter and family from Shep-i Mr and Mrs Thomas Wiley} taking him the second time would ( ~ewey~vleauows ann oaugn[erhe,.,~o, .... ~ -- -, [The $2.50 K~m of Arlington, Va a [ Miss Patsy Rutherf-rd ~ ~m. Meets For Luncheon Ion Sunday at the home of Mr. ]The I hte0umess0fwere guests [of CalvaryReV" WilliamAssembiy P" Reedof GodPastrlo- Per Week ~a~ could be no excuse. Give him a [. ~_ . .; __. L'" "L-" ~" Mrs Byron Benson Morton and I and Mrs Homer Wood and San- I - [ ca.ted on Fairfax Boulevard at Phe "Master" ~ ====a second chance, ,vat ~pent me WeeKenu W~m mrs .... . . ,#.. ~a~o I~h .... J~,-u,, daughter M~ss Franc~s Lee Mor dra Wiley remained with her]~ ~ [Fifth Avenue in Ranson, announ .~merlea', |~ " [ Barnabas. however, was related [ Vince Lilla anent Mondav night ton from Elizabeth, N. J. visited ]grandmother to spend a week ill Be S~d0y~'---- 0 ......... Iced the following schedule of finest washer, [| .i | ~OULD you give a second remark, either as unc]e or cousin. I. :.J-~..-----_,~-~-~L---~-~'~ TM """~ at the home of Mrs Straith Brisl Mr and Mrs Elwood Breedenl- ~= , . [meetings for Sunday and subse- yet It cost only|| " | chance to a man who has He knew the boy much better than wnn ~wr. ann i~lrs, x~UU rope ann " ] "... " i I f.mi~,, ,~ U,~li,,,, coe on Saturday. She was a guest had wsRmg them on Sunday Mrs ermn r shown himself to be unreliable? Paul d|d, he felt. Maybe he knew ....... j .......... Or Luth~s I quent week nights. $189.95. F.a~y | ~ That w~s the question that Paul some good reason for Mark's [ Mr Otto Rvman and dan~ht~r at a luncheon at the Town HouseI Molly Hfllard, Mr. Jeff Lee, An-] t Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.to pay for. | ~ $ ...... ~" --- in Har ' I~ ............... ~,i,~ ~., ...... ................ ~ ..... pers Ferry. Following the~me Lee, Dan Lee and son Her- The Rev. Richard E. Neat, pas amrning worship, service, at 11:00 HoldSeelm wa~rmre: ~no, 4F ~ I and Barnabas answered differ- having co~ne back as suddenly aS l ..... , ........... luncheon Mrs Morton, Frances [ bert, Mr Paul Lee and Miss Lena ~ tor of St Thomas Lutheran Chur [ . m. Baptismal service at 2:30 lon-er" wo~ ently. Indeed they were so far he d~d. Barnabas could not deny Wv,~: gnes~s ul ,'vii-. alto l~_r:~, r,u- " . . " . [ward u ..... ~ , ........... Le and Mrs Briscoe called onlLavaccla from Winchester, Va,|eh, corner of Seventh Avenuep. m. Evenmg .... Evangehstm ser.f~.r'*'~' eh-~n~.r~" .q~... from agreeing that they actually that John Mark had been a spec- ,~yman auu ~vx,~., ~uau,t~ . " " " ' " vi ....................... I..--~.. Mrs M Estelle G~bson who|Mr and Mrs William Whetzel|and North Mlldreea Street, Ran ce a~ ~:~o p. m. Tuesday the time See It nowl aplit up a long- tacular failure. But he felt that Ky,,,,,,,. ~ .... ............... makes her home,with Mr and|from Bealtsville, Md and Mrs Ison announced Monday the fol- Christ Ambassador meet at 7:30 time partnership. John Mark would not fail twice Mr. ann M~. t, eram names . . " . . . ~a B arrLabas went Paul, however, was not willing to and children Cynthia and Jerry Mrs. Gdbert Perry m Bohvar, [George Breeden and ~ns George [lowm schedule of services for I p. m. Thursday, Bible study at flIARIF TflW l ~a off into obscurity take that chance. So--after how of Brownsville, Md scent Sun- .rs. ~orton ann trances z~ee l ann Julian from (~,haries ",'own. ]Sunaay, Aug. 13: The Service at 7:30 p.m. " ............... a~. ~f~n,~,n ~*h" *~o ~.~.~ plan to return Vo her home first ] Dinner Guests |8:30 a. m. and 1t:00 a. m ; sermon ~~ (for we never many harsh words we do not ----, ........................... of the week " Dinner uest ................. ~-- ~ C0,# $C ~~i hear of him any know---the great team of Paul and parents Mr and Mrs Henry Bal . l g s on ~unaay at [ rne *tlgnteousness o~ ~o~ . ~urCommob refuses to hear Labo- 'l ..... " " ~ar. and Mrs Warren LaRue|the home of Mr and Mrs H B ~sery held during worship S~n ~ thanmre)go ratherwithout alLBarnabas split up for good and t .~ng~,Mr and Mrs Gene Kowall and and Mr. and Mrs." Wflford' Wilson ]Nmodemus' " St. "were Mr. .... Perry[day Church School and the Pas-" ritelf OnyouPeerag~,.find life is empty, try 114 North Charles ~l Mark. It was a ~al~ Makn 0cod [daughter Cynthia and Ro~er Kow from Winchester, Va. spent last|Nicodemus Jr. from Winchester, tor's Class at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph putting ~mmething rote It. Charles Town, W. - - week ena at the Beach near the /~ strange choice, I~ turned out that Barnabas lall of Chicago, Ill have returned ......... t~appanamcK rover nar ane Mrs i~ going with young was right and Paul was mistaken. | home after a two weeks vacatmn ...... =." ." . .. | Dr. For~mma and flighty Mark . Lat~ue cnnoren t:aro[ ann J~m- rather tha~n with the brilliant and John Mark made good---on the r w~th the latters parents Mr. and ' . ..... ] ~uccessful Paul; btR R was Bar-same klnd ~ Jb' exactly' as the I M"~ n ..... ~,~,a ..... e, my were guests at melr granapar ] .......... ~ ............ ents Mr and Mrs Denzil Kack- one ow which he had failed before. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ranalh of . . " . mabas' choice and he had his He won the respect of distin- Charles Town were visitors at ley m Berryvllle while they were reasons, gin*shed leaders of the church, es- ~the home of Mr and Mrs J T away. . ..... | : " " " " wir an~ lvirs t~ ~ wal lana Longerbeam and family on Men- " Pocsonnl ~|rd pecially Peter, who calls him ]_ . daughter Susan, Miss Louise Jen [ The story really began several"my son," and Paul himself. Not nay evening years before the great quarrel. Paul, surely? He was not a man [ "" - :. ~ ~ .. ~__ klns, Kelly and Tim Bradley me-[ / ~vir. ano Mrs. ~eo.be ne..,an .......... . ~orea co ,~nenamea ~ores~ ann Paul and Barnabas, a natural to change his mind easily. Well, [of Milford Mltl Road, Baltimore, - ...... ] l~ammore zoo on ~unaay ~am if ever there was one, first it may not have been easy for [ Md. spent the weekend with Mr ............ .. _ [ ~ooer[ i~ ~mlm ~ra ~rom v t" ~icked up John Mark on their Paul to change his mind, cape- land Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons I BIa"- " ...... "-~ | . CKSOUrg, va spem me we=K visit to Jerusalem carrying faro- cially to change it in public. But land Mrs. Lula Ranalh Sunday en ...... " .... ] ~ne relief funds. ~ went back both publicly (to the Colossian l ct wnn ms parents Mr ana! guests were Mr and Mrs Paul M " " I . ." " rs Robert R Smith Jr at their with them to Antioch, and washur~) and privately to Time- Ranalh and children of Ransom home "Silo ': " " " l er ~prmg probably in church work there for thy, Paul praised John Mark in ] Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoffman ..... ...... | Some time. When Barnabas and language he seldom used for any ~ar ann Mrs Arnola l~ninips /and daughter of Athens, Ga. have , = - ..... | Paul were sent out by the Antioch one. John Mark never was a bril .... ann ~wo sons ~[evle ann Davia ]been visRlng the formers parents ......... ] church as their first mission- liant young man, he was no more ~ ............. zrom ~emesaa, ~a were weeK- r /~ar ann lvirs. ~ w. nonman. . . : t aries, they took John as an as- than ad assistant from first to~ Mms'' Lmda" Pierce: of Charles ena ....... guests at the nome of Mr. [ anu Mrs unarms Aaams ais~nt. But at a place called last; but the ablest of men need Town was a visitor of Miss Bren " / assistants, and Paul paid public tribute to the man whom once (to use modern slang) he had fixed. The split between Barnabas and Mark wa~ painful, but R illustrates the wise providence of God For under Paul's suspicious eye Mark might have failed again. But Bar. nabas believed in him--and so he succeeded. To be believed in may be the margin between failure and Success. ~{Based on ontlin~s copyrighted by the Division of Christian Education. National Council o[ the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. Released br Community Press Service.) Perga John Mark suddenly took a notion to go back to his mother (a lady of wealth) at Jerusalem. l~e don't know why Mark went back; no excuse is recorded. Any- how, Perga was no place to re- nigh; he was very much needed. Perga was in a malaria-infested distract, and there ~ ~ome indica- tion elsewhere that Paul came down with it The next leg of the Journey extended across some high mountain ranges, and b:m- dits were everywhere. I~ jusl looked as if John Mark eouidn'~ take it. Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church Having Annual Rally food on sale according to the Rev. W. D. Canty, pastor. Kennedy stresses urgency of aid to $~tins. Churchill hailed as he leaves New York. Committee amends bill to aid ,'hildren of jobless. The Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church is having it's annual rally for the benefit of the annual Confer- ence, the rally to end Aug. 27 with an all-day meeting at the church located in Uvilla. There will be plenty of home cooked MUNICIPAL COrUNCIL LEVY ESTIMATE STATE OF V~EST VI~I~, COUNTY OF J~N, ~x~r~c~P~ OF BOI~AR, TO-~'IT: At a regular session of ~e courmil of ,the munici pality of ~ol~vav, W. Ca.. held ~n the council chambers thexe~f, in the ,Municipal b~fld- ~on ,~he 1st @ay of August, 1961, there were ,present D. M. Kughes, yor. J. R, Dunn. Recording Of flv~r, and Coleman Dunn, Edwin POpe, John PoPe, Wtncel Ounn. and Paul Courtney, members of tl~ council of said municipality. In accordun~e wl~h ~Seotdon 14, Article 8, C~napter 67, Acts 1933, f~cond Ex%raordinary ~ession, .the Council proceeded to make an estimate of the amour~s necessary to be raised by levy of ta~s for ~he c~xre~t fiscal year. ~nd cloth determine und estima~te the ~,ever~l ~mourt~s to ~b~ as ,follows: CIURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PUKPOSE8 F.atimate Form No. 1 ESTIMATE (I) The aznotmt due ,and 4a~e amount tahat will ,become due and c~iectible ~vora every .~ource d~lr~lg the ,fis~l year, EXCEPT l~,~M T~IE LEVY (:IF TAXES ,to be made for the y~ar. Balance ~ ~u~ds af City Treasurer .................. $456.31 Ba,lance irt hund~ of ~heriff ........................ 84.32 Pevmit~--.Buiiding, ~Vreet, Sewer and other ............ 10.00 Taxes:--Capitation and Dog ......................... 135.00 ~ra~hise .................................. 113.90 Licenses: ~erM ................................. 200.00 Total Estin~ted Receipts ........................$999.13 E~TIMATED CUgKENT EXPENDITURES: ~lary of Mayor ..................................... $ ~al~ry of l~corder or Clerk .......................... ~alarle~ c~ ~~M Poldee ~tY ................. ~neral expense l~re Department ..................... n~bution o County Heat th ~epartxnent .......... ~tatlonery, office su~ a~d eq~,pmen~ .............. . Water--4i,re ~prot~ction, streets and ~ewem ............ {~gl~ far ~reet ~ight~g .............................. l.dg~t---4~ty ~Bud,ldlm~, ~af~f~c .t~gl~ts, etc ................. Telephone ~nd ~elegraph (all depa~men~) ............ ~egal p~blic~t~on$ ...... ; ............................... ~remlum~ on ~ldcemens and ~f~dcial bonds .......... Attorneys' ~ees, cour~ cost~ and dmr~ge~ .............. Materiels, ~upp~ms em~ ~peas~. ~treet Departmen~ .... Audit by Tax Comralssio~er .......................... 40.00 40.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 14.00 120.00 $00.00 12.0@ 24.00 70.00 32.50 100.00 586.63 ,50.00 i0.00 League of Murgc~pa,It~.s Dues ......................... A---Tot~l Current ~ ........................ $2,~12.50 Former Year/s Obl~gat~or~: O['dem O~tstandi,wg ............ $900.00 da Jackson the past week. Members of the Busy Beavers 4-H Club of Millville held a pic- nic at Braddock Heights, Md. on Saturday evening. LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs, Ait-on Muse, sons Timothy and Kenneth and Mrs. Donald Frye visited Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and family in Leesburg, Va. Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler ac- companied by Mrs. Daisy Moler of Charles Town were in Mar- tinsburg Tuesday on business. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. and! children Jennifer and Irving a-[ long with Miss Betty Dillow of SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. V& PHONE :-- Day 370 Night Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Feltner and Mr. Jess Lee and Miss Annie Lee in Burnt Factory, V a. Monday. They were RADIO - enroute home, after taking Suz anne and Carla Gray to Camp Pin 1 nacle where they attended Pion- eer Camp last week. Rev. Watt Jeffries, pastor of l the St. Andrew Presbyterian I Church in Williamsport, Md. was guest minister Sunday morning at the Halltown Presbyterian Church. In [he exchange of pul- pits, Rev. W. Graham Wood, pas tot of the Church here, conduct- ed morning worship services in Williamsport. [ Mrs. Rose Courtney of Ranson was a recent visitor at the home of her son-in-law and daughter l Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy I and son. I Mrs. Donald Frye, Mrs. Alton~ Muse and son Timothy visited Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and family in Bolivar Wednesday evening. Master Kenneth Sanford, Jr. of Prince George, Va. spent sever al days the past week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Maur-I ice Pope and family. | Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers and two children Jimmy and Deb bie of Charles Town were visi- tors Sunday afternoon with their uncle and aunts Mr. and Mrs. William Honk and Miss Dorothy Bowers. I Mrs. Austin Nicod nus T~I m~un o~at~r~dtng June 30, 1961 ....................... 900.00 {B~4~aotmt of unl~d Obli~a?,lm~s ~t~ ~e paid from current levy .......................... 900.00 Total e~t~a,~ed d~l~ursernents ~A-I-B) .......... 2,899.13 ~ss es~ima4~d ~$p~s ........................999.00 ,Net mnount ,to be ralsed ~y levy ................. 1,920.00 TOTAL ~ ................................. $1,920.00 ~LASS Assessed Rate of Levy Nwmber I Valm~on Proposed Personal '~rol~r~y ............ $ 18,5"10.00 12~/2e Public Utili,ty Property ....... 2.~00.00 12V~c To~al CD~s NO. I .... 19,510.00 NUmber II P,~I ~st~?,e .................. 264,050.00 25C N~pnber IV Real Es~e ....: ............. ~ 83.325.00 50o Port, oriel ~oper~y ............. 98;975.00 50c P~blic Utility Property ....... 20.900.00 50c Church Services Morning prayer and sermon will be held at St. John's Epis- copal Church on Sunday, Aug. 13 at 9:30 DST by the Rector'Rev. Temple Wheeler. Sunday School wil be at 10:30 DST. Mrs. Woodrow Adams return- ed to her home on Saturday after being a surgical patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. Miss Wflda Jean Orndorff from Clearbrook, Va. and Miss Barbara Shull from Summit Point took care of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams children Debbie and Franklin while their mother was away. Misses Elizabeth M. Willford, Ruth Rogers Smith and Mrs. Rob err R. Smith spent a few days Visiting friends and relatives in Center ,~Cro.ss, Richmond, Peters- burg'arid Williamsburg, Na. Mr. and Mrs. John Grove was a host to a large group of relatives Total Class No. IV ........ 203.200.00 TOTA~ VALUATION ..... $44~6,7~0.~}0 and friends to a an outdoor harbe b-~..ATE ~F WEST VIR~:~NI, A, cue on Sunday, Aug. 6 Among COUNTY OF JEAN, those there were Mrs. Risslers M~N[CIP~ UP BOLIVAR,-TO-WIT: sisters Miss Lottie Myers and I, J. R. :Dt~n, Recoxding Offive~r of ~d municipality, do hererby Mrs. Louise Brenner from Mar- ce~ify ~ the fm~g~ are true copies from the record of or~ers tinsburg, Mr. Grove Krother, Mr. ~mzie and entered by the coun~l o~ ~tid mumcipal~ty on the ls~ Earnest Grove from Shepherds- daY of August, 1961. " [town and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis , ~'~e~i~,u~t! my h~nd:~hi~ 1~ day.of ~Altgtts~t; ~991. I Rissler ~nd:,three daughters-Rat,, l 1Kr . John Gardner a patient i TELEVISION Hi- FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES RADIO TELEVISION 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 487 WHO does not m rvd st flight of a t rd? The roaring jet does not seem such a miracle. It cumot fly with the same grace and beauty and ease. Ever] bird must learn to fly. The mother bird pushes her fledgling out d the n st. The young bird falls hdplcssly until its wings discover the invisible support of the air. If our lives are to rise beyond frail human nature, we too must learn to fly.., on wings of faith. We must discover the invisible rapport o[ God's presence and power, Come to Church next Sunday. You can lind there the invisible support d God, CHURCH FOR ALL ... ALL FOR THE CHUR'CH The Church is the greatest ~ctor on earth for the building of character and good dtizen. ship. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy aor eivilimtion can survive. The~e are four sound reasons why every penon should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his com. reunify snd nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which necds his moral and ma- tcrhl support, phn to go to church rcguhrly ~md mad your Bible daily. Sunday Pralms 91 1-8 Mo~d~ Padres 91 9-16 Tues&y Isaiah 40 2741 Wednesday Matth~ 9 18-26 Thursday Hebrew, II 1-6 Fd&y I Peter 1 3-9 I Pe~ | 17-25 No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages* Monument evailable only from your Rock of Ages :Authorized Doah r. MARTINSBUR6 6RANIT[ WORKS 109 West John Street Telephone Amherst 7-6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE BUSINESS FIRMS BELOW IN SUPPORT OF THE CHINCHES OF THE COMMUNITY: J. RUSSELL FRITTS, INC. PHII,CO ~ ChaHes Town, W. VL P-none ~| CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Chm'lu Town, W. Va. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY "ALWAY~ FIRST QUALm' CHARLES TOWN, W. VL H. W. WAGELEY, INC. Plane 24I Clmrlee Town, W, VL W. & R. SALES, INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BOX 591 PHONE lU J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone ~78-W Charles Town, W. VL JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO, INC. BNERWIN-~ PAINTS Phone 45 ~rles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN BRASS & IRON WORKS ~gANSON, WIghT VIR~INI& RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONig S00 RANSQN MACHINE WORKS ~ 4~ RANSON~= W.~, VA:! COM1WONITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Cha~m Towa, W. Va. ~a~asbnrg, W. Vm - Leesburg, Va. VALLEY BOARD CORP. ] ILLTOWN, WmT LEGGETT'S DEPT, STORE ~THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES" Charles Town, W. Via SHENANDOAH AIR CONDITIONING CO. HEATING--COOLING PRODUCT~ Plumbing - Sheet Metal - Charles Town, W. Va. Phone THE MELVIN T. STRIDER i i COLO - ~rles Town 162 - SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Shepherdstown 2683 PITTS CHARLES WASHIN( THEATRE--Ranson "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW"