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II I I I The War Between the States Ended The Bank of Charles Town came into .Ir..nd ....mcem Cc ,I: ,f Washington Were visitors with Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr .and Mrs. James Crouson and family of tiillsboro, Va. were Saturday gu6sts with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Everhart of Dargan, Md., Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook were callers on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. George Renner and children of Hagerstown, Md. were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Don White and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle and their families. Mr. George Talton and son .Ran dy of Chestnut Hill were callers at Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Everhart on Sunday morning. Mrs. Junior Grove visited a- long with other relatives in Alex andria, Va. Mrs. Leona Staubs of Bolivar was a caller with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family on Sunday evening. Being. Prom that day to this it has been a tower of strength in the economic life of Jefferson County. ~'v~n[nz were the Reverend and[ Mrs. tt'arry P. Light and children[ Trina, Gay, Randy, shannon, andI By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ltollv of Charleston, W. Va., Mr. and'Mr~. Robert Light and child[ Ilad Painful Accident ren Bobby and Linda and Mr., Richard Schmidt of Summit Point. Mr. David Rowland and daugh-' ter Mary Thomas of Winchester, Va. and his nephew Master David King of Richmond, Va. visited on Sunday at the home of his bro ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and daughters Miss Mary Ches- hire and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish, Mr. and Mrs. Welton Hott and family and Mrs. Owen Swisher visited on Sunday with the for- mer's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Allen Timbrook at lheir home in Baltimore, Md. The Reverend and Mrs. Arthur Kerr and their three sons Jack, Peter and Jimmy returned home on Saturday from a two weeks vacation spent in visiting with the latter's parents, the Reverend; and Mrs. Horatio Shase at their home in Marlton, N. J. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Frederick Lon- gerbeam were the former's par- ents Mr .and Mrs. Mason Longer beam and his aunt Mrs. Louis Broy all of Berryville, Va. Mi~s Barbara Shull is spending [some time at the home of Mr. land Mrs. Woodrow Adams and [their family near Rippon while I the latter is recuperating from an appendectomy which she un" derwent last week in the Charles Town General Hospital. Mrs. Clayton Stagner and child ren Libby, Scotty and Susan little Misses Terry, Holly Sue and Nat alie Lawson and Jeannie and Dot- ty Lloyd of Charles Town held a Mr. Coley White met with a I I painful accident on Sunday while visiting with neighbors when a pet monkey turned on him and tore and cut his face in several places. Stitche.~ were required to close the cut on his chin. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Spitler of Baltimore, Md. spent from Thurs day evening until Saturday with the latters mother Mrs. Ethel Buz zard and attended the Sunday School picnic. Nancy Davis re- turned home with her parents af ter spending a week with her grandmother. Miss Ruby Staubs is spending several weks with her cousins Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Spitler in Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Edna More of Knoxville, Md. attended the picnic on Satur day. ing of last week at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim. H U R R Y ! I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear, Mrs. IAllen Glassford and daughter I Miss Mollie Glassford attended I the Menear family reunion which I was held on~ Sunday in King- [wood, W. Va. I Miss Joanne Lemen who is a I student nurse at the Winchester | IMemorial Hospital spent Wednes | I day and Thursday visiting at the ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE I/mmeof her mother Mrs. Thomas |/ .... A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 1]. Mr :and Mrs. Jack Bane_and .......... _ I I neir mree sons returnea nome MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIO I I Friday from Manistee, Michi- [!gan where the former has been | ~mployed for the past eighteen | i months. On Monday Mr. Bane | I.will leave for LaPlaz, Indiana | where he and Messrs. Ed Grove , | and Clayton Stagner of Charles [Town and Charles McDonald of !Rippon have been transferred on ........ t served delicious refreshments to an assignment which will last for i i%f, Al DI~D~I%~%JAI" ~J]~i~lTd'~ TI%]" AMn ARg~IVP her guests. :he next several monthS. ~w~zxx~-~~,~o~, ~ ~ ~ ,, ~, .~, ~,,,~ ..~,v,~-- " ...... Visitors on Sunda " at the home Mrs. ~oDert jviacoughtry ann {km IIII IkA LA II T I~ ~ | k| T her daughter l~liss Shirley Ma- )f Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder U ~ ~ | I U | ~ | coughtry-visited on Sunda); after md their daughters Wallis Anne noon with lhe Reverend and Mrs. ano ~wary hue were me latter s By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Jennings W. Hobson and their brother and sister-in-law Mr. and , , family at their home in Purcell- Mrs. Donald Russell ann cnildren ville, Va. The Reverend and Mrs. Eric and Daryl of Winchester, W. S. C. S. Meeting Summit Point, the Reverend Mr. Hobson returned home last week Va. The Women's Societ- of Chris Scott having served as the Rec- from England where they had Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire ...... ~ ...... 7 tor of Nelson Parish for several spent the hast month in Canter- and children Deborah, Johnny ~lan ~ervice ot me Metno(llSl ~ " ~ - ~h ,~h ~,~t .. w,~a..~.~.., .~... years. The family has been vacat- bury while the former attended and Patncm and the//" nephew Y .... ~."."t" .... ...:..?~o...5 ~.~.~ ioning in a trailer for the past a conference of Episcopal minis- Stephen Kline of Kirby, W. Va mg o, last week at me nome o~ " " Mrs John Laycock with about several weeks and were enroute ters which was in session there, spent Sunday in Washington, D. te-"~n o-onn*-oe ;Vhe eveninWs home after visiting with relatives Mr. Miles B. Layton who makes C. going there to visit the Nat. ,~,~.*~.~'~,~',7~'~ /,n~,. W,rd and in Connecticut and Michigan. his home in Summit Point is a pa tonal Zoological Gardens. God's Word" was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshwe trent m the Newton D. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Robert L~ght nd Mrs Robert Light and was follow and children, Deborah, Johnny Veterans Hospital near Martins- children, the Reverend and Mrs. ed by a brief business meeting and Patricia spent Friday night burg having been admitted there Harry P. Light and family and after which the meeting was ad- and Saturday at their farm near last week for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe and journed, During the pleasant soc Augusta, W. Va. Upon their re treatment, son John attended the Light-Wri- ial hour which followed, delic, turn they. were accompan!ed_by . .Entertain for Houseguests ght ~mily. reunlfin WhihC:meV~oS w r served tnelr nepnew lviaster ~tepnen ~e,u o. ouuuay a~ t.~ ,,o ~ idus refreshments e e by the hostess. Kline of Kirby, W. Va. who is Complimenting their house- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wright Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe spending this week visiting at guests, the Reverend and Mrs. the Cheshire home. Harry P. Light and their four and their small son, John return i children of Charleston', S. C. Mr. ed home on Sunday morning W. M. s. Meeting and Mrs. Robert Light entertain- from Washtngton~ D. C. where! The Women's Missionary Soc- ed at a picnic supper held at they had been visiting since Fri iety of the Baptist Church met their home on Friday evening. day evening"with Mr. and Mrs. on Wednesday of last week at Those in attendance, in addition Floyd Anders and family and Mr. the home of Mrs. Robert Liskey to the Light families were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold and faro- tand was attended by seven of the and Mrs. Warren LaRue and ily at their home there, tmembers. The meeting was open children Carol and Jimmy of Rip The Reverend and Mrs. Joel A. ed with Devotions led by Miss pen andMr, and Mrs. John Kack Scott and their four children of Meta Frazier after which the ley and children Charlotte Anne Grantsville, S. C. spent Wednes- group participated in the presen- Jay, Peggy and Millie of Berry- day evening of last week in the tation of the lesson which was in ville, Va. village visiting with Mr. and Mrs. commemoration of the seventy- Miss Elizabeth Crane of 'Mt. E1 Philip Creamer at "Locust fifth anniversary of the Sunbeam len" left on Sunday for Charles- Grove", Mrs. Thomas Lemen, Bands, one of the youth organiz ton, W. Va. where she is visiting weiner roast on Wednesday even- BE SURE TO SEE "THE ANVIL" At Our Air Conditioned Court House, $2.00 THOMAS STEPTOE SPEAKER" ]FOR KIWANIS MEETING Attorney Thomas Steptoe will be the speaker telling about his recent 6,000 mile trip, for the i regular Thursday night dinner i meeting of the Charles Town Ki- wanis Club. Dinner will be ser- ved .by the management of the Blue Grass Inn promptly at 6:15 in the Submarine room of the Thomas Jefferson. 'BUY 4 WAYS AT PENNEY'S:--Cash, Layaway, 30 Day Charge, Time! BUY! CO N- RAYON BRIEFS 4 for 1.00 Fully_ cut briefs with snug elasticized legs! Long wearing, highly absorbent. In 6 pretty pastels or white. Sizes 2 to 14. MAKE A SKIRT FOR ONLY $1.00! $ .00 pa~lu~ged complete You get all 3--fabric, pattern, zipper! Just cut and sew, wear it tomorrow ! Beautiful colors, designs . . . buy a wardrobeful I SAVE ! BOYS' DOUBLE KNEE JEAN VALUE Rugged 10-ounce San- forized cotton denims. Reinforced at points of strain, invisible double knees, 3 colors! boys' sizes 4 to 12 ALL REMAINING SUMMER MERCHANDISE FROM BONANZA DAYS EVENT AT NEW LOWER REDUCED PRICES--BUY FOR NEXT YEAR! SPECIAL $$$ DAYS WOMEN'S SEAMLESS NYLON HOSE sizes 8 to 11 2 pairs $1.00 BIG SAVINGS ON JUNIOR BOXER JEANS Compare 'em any- where ] 10-ounce ton denims' with full elasticized waistband, rugged reinforcing throughout. for $ junior boys' sizes 2 to SPECIAL $$$ DAY WOMEN'S PANTIES Acetate Elastic Leg sizes--S - M L 5 pairs $1.00 STORE HOURS:---Mon.-Tues.-Thurs. 9 to 5-,Wed. 9 to 2--Fri, & Sat. 9to GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY PHONE .278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creamer in Silver Spring, Md. and with the former who is ser- iously ill in a Washington, D. C. h/ospital. Upon his return home Mr. Creamer was accompanied by his niece, Miss Sharon Cain who is spending this week visiting at "Locust Grove". Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Fellers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skin- ner Poston entertained at a pic- nic supper held at their home on Saturday evening. Those who were present to enjoy i pleasant Ranson visited on Sunday at the home of their brother and sister- Middleway on Sunday afternoon whei~e they visited at the home of the senior Mr. Grove's brother and sister-in-law Mr .and Mrs. Charles Grove. Mr. Philip Creamer accompan ted by his sisters Mrs. Adrian Cain and Miss Anna Creamer of parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove and accompanied them to Anthony Hankey. The Halls are visiting this week at Blaekwater Falls near Davis, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and son Gregory of Charles Town vis Red on Sunday with the formers their /Laughter, Barbara O'Neill land their sbn Stephen of Wash- l ington, D. C. are spending the ]month of August visiting at the ~home of Mrs. Hall's mother Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Breekinridge and other ations of the church. Adjourn- at the homes of her grandmother friends in the vicinity. The merit was followed by a social Mrs. J. T. Crane Sr. and Mrs. Seotts are former residents of hour during which the hostess Josephine Burton. .... Mr. anud Mrs. Harold Hall, SAVE! HURRY! UNIVERSITY GRAD MODEL : RIPPLENEW LOOKcoRD iiii?{! :" if{: Heavyweight Rugged 8 Oz. Fabric, B Ideal for Fall. COTTON T-SHIRTS Wash 'N Wear-- and Little or no Ironing. KNIT BRIEFS Sizes 6 to 18... Black ' 3fOr $1"00 SI'IIRT :iC L -- Fog Blue Boy's Sizes 2 to 16 -- Shale Brown Nylon Reinforced Collars on Flat Knit Whites. --Willow All made to Penney's Quality Specifications for extra wear with a Now! For Back to non-Sag Sollar. School! MEN'S T-SHIRTS SHORTS and BRIEFS Pairs $1 for $ .00 8--B " THURSDAY, AUGUST I0, /BEULAH SUNDAY SCHOOL LAWN PARTY AUGUST 18 spenQ a pleasant eve g -- your friends. In case of rai: ] The Beulah Sunday School will party will be held in Rippon hold a Lawn Party on the church llaegnnFngIa~ eve ock.A laU tall, " hoUefuSi oSCl:rnmtlSt~all~ind chicken salad sandwiches, ice Moscow profoundly cream, cake, coffee and lemon- space flight. FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 Charles Town, W. Va. Winner J. C. Penney Bonanza Days Door Prize Lucille Brown W. Washington Street Friday! Saturday! Big values all through the store! near Shepherdstown. On Sunday afternoon the Reverend and Mrs. Light and their family left to re- turn to their home in Charleston, W. Va. Miss Mary Sue Snyder spent Sunday visiting at the home of Miss Sharon Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Cooper and their older son Kent of Win stofi Salem, N. C. arrived on Thursday fqr a brief visit at the home of the latter's grandmother Mrs. Harry C. Frazier. Leaving on Sunday morning they were ac companied by Mrs. Cooper's mo- ther Mrs. Moreland Maddox of St. Petersburg, Florida who had been vis!ting with her mother and with her brother.in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim for the past three weeks. On Sat urday evening other dinner guests ~t "Monte View" were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and their three children of Charles Town the former having return- ed home from Manistee, Michb gan to spend several days with his family before reporting for work ola Tuesday in LaPlaz, Ind. also visiting at "Monte View" on Sunday were the Stagner family Mr. David Rowland and little Mary Thomas of Winchester, Va., Master David King of Richmond, Va. and Mr. Roger Kelley of Charles Town. 4-H Club Meeting The Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet on Monday evening August 14th at the home of Wallis Anne and Mary Sue Snyder.