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Election of local Board of Dir- ec~tors members, Farm Home Ad- visory Committee members and operations reports will highlight the Southern States 45th Anni- Town will serve as chairman of the local meeting. Named To He~d Key Local operations and services will be discussed by manager Wil Club International liam Hancher. WilLiam E. Hopkins of Win- chester, a member of the cooper- is slated to start at 2:30 P.M. ative's regional staff will report on the over-a'll Southern States "The Membership Day," accord- operations for the fiscal year, ing to manager William Hancher which ended June 30. of the Southern States Charles One of the 45th Anniversary Town Cooperative "will give pat- features of the session will be versary Membership Day for the rons and members the opportun- special recognition of all present Ranson area, on August 22, 1968 ity to become better acquainted and former local board and Farm The event will be held at the~with our facilities, products and Home Advisory Committee mum- Southern States Charles Town fservices. All stockholders mem-ibers. There will also be a cere- Cooperative and will begin at bers are particularly urged to at- Imony honoring new Board of Dir 10:00 A. M. The business seGsion tend the business session and par ectors members at which they will receive lapel pins. Retiring ,board members will be presented $OHmi SPECIAL COMING! the cooperative's Leadership Award in recognition of their , service. SATURDAY AUGUST,24- Begins at 10:30 A. M. M AN S GROYE PARK On State Route 48 Near Shepherdstown Articles Now Being Solicited And To Be Offered For Sale Include: Antiques, Farm Equipment, Livestock, Home Appli- ances, Furniture, Dishes, Sporting Goods, Cured Meats, Potatoes, All Kinds of Vegetables, Raidos, etc. Any Articles Donated Will Be Picked Up If Desired By Calling: W. E. VanMetre or A. M. Pittinger, Shep- herdstown. There will also be a lunch stand, featuring ham, other food and soft drinks. In addition, there will be a number of door prizes given dur-! ing the day. A $100.00 Gin Cer- tificate will be given as the grand Phiilip R. Kaplan prize. Refreshments will also be serv- ed. Nominees for the local South- urn States Board of Directors for the Ranson area, are: John P. Laycock, KearneysviHe; Earl Mc- Cormick, Martinsburg; Donald L. Magaha, and John H. Rissler, both of Charles Town. Ladies nominated for the Farm Home Advisory Committee are: Mrs. W, W. Grantham, Kearneys- ville; Mrs. James Louthan, Berry ville; Mrs. Howard G. Demory, and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, both of Charles Town. The delegate and alternate nora inees in Election Distric 7 are: Paul T. Dailey, Howard G. Dem- cry, and Lewis H. Myers, all of Charles Town. The following committee chair men will assist with the local meeting: Greetings, Howard G. Demory, Charles Town; Registrat ion, Maxwell L. Duma, Kearneys- ville; Refreshments, Mrs. Donald i Magaha, Charles Town; Decorat- ~ing, Mrs. Leo Widmyer, Charles than, Ale Mrss Patsy Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Roger Starliper of and Mrs. H. B, Nicodemus, Sr. Manistee, Mich visited Miss Mar- Mrs. Steven Priteher of Sister- garet Houser one evening last ville, Miss Ann Smith of Arling- week. ton, Va were weekend guests at Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill motored the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert to Hedgesville on Tuesday and Randolph Smith, Jr cud family were dinner guests of Mr. and at "Silver Springs." Mrs. Ralgh DeHaven and family. Mr. Robert Hil and daughter Patient in Hospital and Mrs. F: A. ,Hill of Winches- Mrs. Homer Wood is a patient ter, Va were Saturday night in the Charles Town General guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Hospital having entered Thurs- A picnic was held Sunday at day night for observation and War Memorial Park in Charles treatment Town. Those attending were Mr. ,Sunday guest at the home of and Mrs. Clarence Hill, Scrabble, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley were Mr. Robert Hill and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wiley and Mrs. F. A. Hill, Winchester, Mr. son Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. C. J Hill and Melvin Chamblin of Berryville, Va Mr. Hoffmaster, Bakerton and Mrs. James Mercer of Blue- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holmes and mont, Va Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miss Edith Geary of Charles Crousen and three children, Lib- Town, were Sunday guests of Mrs. by, Michael and Bobby of Win- Margaret Daugherty and also vis- chester, Va. ited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daugh- THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1968 commencement in the history of I and 19 foreign countries. the University. Deg'i'ees were pre] sented to students from 45 states! ATTEND CHURCH PLAZA Winchester, Va. HELD OVER 2nd BIG WEEK Daily 2, 7, 9:20 Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven erty and daughters. and two children, Ronnie and Sunday guests of Mrs. Maude Gale of Summit Point, were Holler and family were Mr. and PhiUip R. Kaplan, 17, a mum- guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Milouvish of Steu- bur of the Key Club of Warren Mrs. Stanley Boyd and family on berrsville, Ohio, Mrs. Becky Wal- High School, Downey, California, Monday evening, ker of Brunswick, Md and Mr. e,~,~,~-~, was elected president of Key Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. James Fries of Martins- M~~ Club International at the close of and Mrs. Eddie Gardner and burg. .t,w~mc,~e azn~ the 25th Annmal International daughter Jackie of Middteway Miss Debra Brown of Martins- i~~ Convention of the organization were Sunday dinner guests at the burg is a gueest of Miss Mary El- ~ in Montreal, July 7-10. home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond len Holler for the week. ~uthGordon/$idneyBlackmer/MavriceEvans/andRal0hBe~lamy A Kaplan is the son of Dr. and Hough. Mr and Mrs. James Fries of f~UyW~amC, astle/WntlOalo'lheScree~at~l(~rectedl~yl~Polanski/Ft~l~a~ Mrs Stanley Kaplan, 7710 Brook Mr. David Wiley is vacationing Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs e,~,~,~ ~,o~,*~l~,n~'/,e,~,lS,~'*,~,~,',~ mill Road in Downey. He has this week with his sister and Gerald Holier and family on Sun- served Key Club as secretary and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. d . lieutenant governor of division 13 James Mercer of Bluemont, Va. a~rs. Lucretia Moler spent the of the California - Nevada - Haw- Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lauder- weekend in Charles Town visiting eWE-IN THEATRE aii Key Club District and as In- back of Hagerstown, Md Mr. and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. THERE iS A ternational Secretary last year. Mrs. Harvey Feltner of Burnfac- and Mrs. Edward Morgan and WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA SH ~IN~ He was homeroom representative tor, Mr. Steward Pope of Win- daughter. SATURDAY 0 and president of the California chester, Va Mr. and Mrs. Lin- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert and NOW THRU WINCHESTER DRIVE-IN THEATRE SIN-FILLED PLACE A PLACE WHERE daughters of Vanclesvilte were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and Mrs. Florence Runion. Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti and son Gary visited relatives in Hershey, Pa on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Starliper of Manistee, Mich visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser and Vicki last week. School Federation's Scholarship wood Swartz of Middleway, Mr. Club during his sophomore year, and Mrs.- Charley Hare and son Chief Justice of the Student Rusty of Summit Point, Mrs. Court during his Junior year, and Ruby Bayliss and family of Ber-~ was elected Vice-president of his ryvilte were recently visitors at senior class. He is a two year the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her- letterman in track and holds a lman Swartz. Mrs. John Cozart and two "B" letter in football at Warren sons Johnny and Tony, of Dothan, High School. I Ala were guests for several days at the home of Mrs. Charles Mc- bride was honored at a surprise Donald and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy "tTHE FEMALE laem Makes I, A WOMAN Look Like MARY . N.Y. POPPINS. Da,y w, Old o No. 415 Bright Redl Hem Paid In 2-gaL cans, Sale $3.50 GAL. In 1.gal. cans, Sate $3.75 GAL. Uni o No. 416 Green Roof & Metal Paint I. 1.gal. Sale $5.05 GAL. Asphalt Aluminum fibrated Roof Coating 5 ga s. Sale $14.95 Southern States Alcoa Temper Rib Aluminum Sheets As Low As $12.20 Per Square Southern States Super StormSeal fildvnized Roofing Sale Price Per Square $12,00 So.hem States Self.Sealing Asphalt Shingles (5-year unconditional wind guarantee plus 15-year bond) and a corsage of pink saveetheart j her sister, Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. roses. Mrs. Cottrell, mother of Mr. and Mrs. Hunted Hedges, the .groom, was unable to attend of Hedgesville, visited her neph- due to illness. ' Jewand niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ber- A closed reception was given at nard Snyder, Sunday. the home of the bride where the Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hedges, table was decorated, with gel- Parkerstmrg, W. Va are visiting lands of ivy and centered by a his mother, Mrs. "Clarence large arrangement Of white and Wright. Mrs. Wright and grand- yellow daisy menus. Mrs. 5. It. son Jeff Miller who had been via- All proceeds from sale go to the benefit: Town. shower given by Miss Fannie Ca- McDonald. WAR MEMORIAL BUILDING k~lg ~~~~~ trow. A rehearsal party was giv- Mr. David W. Pope- of Alaba- Ha~ F~ Hi~ en at the home of the bride Sat- ma, is a gueest at the home of urday evening when a buffet his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. & .meal was served Gifts were pre- Fred Pope of Berryvllle, Va for Tead~r Receives MORGANS GROVE PARK DEVELOPMENT i sented by the c()uple to their at- a week. On Sunday a cook-out [tendants at that time. and picnic supper was given in I ~ mmnmi ~1 I Mr and Mrs Lewis Sager and honor of Mr. David Pope at the MFA De0ree From iowa I ,i i ! Miss Lillian Myers 'Mr. and Mrs. ~Iac Steern visited home of ~e "g?ndpaar~nt'SThf[e ! in Stanley. Va S u.nd y, et" rSTh se present for the ac-Route.Mrs" 2,ElizabethHarpers MarshallFerry, anSC tt'Eng-In ~g~. anu mrs ~nar es raog ~ Stiekel-Cottrell land children of Fort Bennin~ casion were Mr. and Mrs. Rmh- lish teacher at Harpers Ferry l ~" ard McLaughlin and son Jeffrey, High School, was among the 97~1 M~ss Aline Ann Shcket, daugh- i Ga aare wsRmg her parents "rs tar of Mr. and Mrs. John L. J Mr and Mrs Homer Farrell oi waynesooro, va mr. aau ~w . candidates granted degrees at the I Stickel, and Boyd Kenneth Cot- i bit Charlie Lucas has returned Robert E. Pope and tthree daugh- Summer Commencement exercis- [ trell, son of Mrs Della M Cottrell I to his home in Cumberland Va, ters, Nancy Jay, Betty Jo, Beck- es at the University of Iowa, at I " ' " le L nn of Front Royal, Va Iowa City, Wednesday evening,I S~VENTYr~U~SSEV~ and the. late Abraham W. Cot-lafter having spent two weeks ~Y ~ ~,~ ~,~ ~,-ha ~ P,me August 7 in the University Field | troll, 207 Witherow Drive, [with his grandmother, Mrs. Ed ~'~'~ ~'~';." "~'~'n~'~r,~" ~.~'~f,~ House. I ASlarkly IlealislicFilm ForAdultsOnly Charleston, were married Sun- ~ Hammond and and aunt, Miss Ca- a,u ,~, ~-:,y, ~" ~ 2:' ' day, Aug. 4, in Williams Memo- [ mille Wiltshire JAnaa ann Ahoy rope o~ J~eyce, Mrs. Scott received a Master of | rial Methodist Church here. The |~ Mr and Mrs' Robert Cross, Mr. Va Mr. and( Mrs;.Da]las Letter Fine Arts Degree, She was one| BONUS ~, FRI,-SAT. of some 146'perseUs who received,]~.V ~ ~ double ring ceremony was per-|and Mrs. Bobby Cross and son, !t)[er.ano .rive CnUa .rl vno Oan formed by the Rev. David Dew-|Mr and Mrs Granville Mercer mcnaru, ~.um ~ue~,y masters degrees at the commence ] "BLG0~ a BROOD" son, pastor of the church Vases |an(i children'spent the weekend Freddie, of Boyce, Va Mr. and taunt, the second largest summer/ . " ,Mrs Eddie Lew Hart and five of whzte gladmh and mums were |in Titusville, Pa and attended " "" "" - "~ri'zie "he-'- used on the altar for the 2 p.m./the wedding of Miss Carol Ann cm ren, t renaa; r r y , ceremony. Mrs. Davison Daw-IProper to Mr Donald Cross at -ran,r ann haren nart, ar. son ,organist, presented a pro-|the Christian Church at 1"30 Mr and hrs. Garland I. Pope and gram of wedding music, includinglAl Kava, of Shepherdsto~," was two sons Wayne and Ricky Pope,iiI the traditional marches. [ best man and little Kenny Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. Austzn N~co- Given in marriage by her fa-]was ring bearer. The b~'ide's comus. . le- Adams outhern States ther, Miss Stickell was a charm-lmother -ave a catered dinne at~ ~vir ano ~vtrs ~nar h,-ide i. a sh-rt cave r ! and two children, Martha and ,gown of er,sp chantllace over s, lki Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer Chuckle, and Miss MfllyKack~LY, [:X:] R P A I N taffeta rounded atthe necklinei/and children visited Mr. and Mrs. o~ tserryvzl~e, va a~dr.thTee e~t[]. I with long sleeves, floating Wat-|James Jennison, in Belfrey, Ohio, wooarow A aams Deb: [i ROOFING S teauback' an empire a w ana /last week and visited Lake Erie " ren'"vra:n" z)m: ~av"u'-~u "~-w ALl oio ooooo oo, ,e,-o o with a picture hat of sheer mou-J Mr and Mrs Woo(lrow Fellers on Monday on the Youth Fair- lire and carried an old fashioned of Trenton, N'J visited Mr and ground in Martin sburg. bouquet of carnations, roses and Mrs Lewis Sa~er last week They Mrs. Charles Adams and two Big Savings August 16-24 baby's breath with white satin were on their~way home after ~' ch.ildren/. Martha and Ch uckie, ~. streamers, two-weeks' vacation in Florida. ~lss ~luy .~acK~YO~A~agsYV;n~ Unit0 No. 201 Seif ieani White House Paint Mrs. Harold Shank, Wheaton, I Mr and Mrs Tom Grove, of va ~rs. wooa . Md ' sister of the bride, her only Tucson Ariz," visited friends three children, Debbie, Franklin In 2-gal. cans, Sale $4.80 GAl. attendant, added a delightful note here Friday. They have just re- and David, motored to Jackson's of color in an empire frock of turned from a tour of Europe. Mill on Tuesday to spend the i In 1-gal. cans, Sale $5.05 GAL. mint silk topped by a bodice of Mrs. Owen Swimley, Berry- week. Martha, Franklin and m deeper nile green which appeared ville, Va Mrs. Charles Whitt, Debbie, members of the 4-H Unico N0, 251 0ne-Coat White tlouse l iint again in a back panel. To this Washington, Miss Agnes Fenton, Club will be showing Holstein she added a matching bow head- Baltimore, and Mrs. Cabell Tap- heifers at Jackson's Mill, Weston. In 2.gel cans, " Sale $5,70 G~L. piece with tiny veil of illusion, scott spent several days last Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith l-gal, cans, Sale $5.95 GAL She carried an old fashioned bou- week at Bedford Springs Hotel, and three children, Cheryl, John- ny and Joey, of Boon~oro, Md.: quet of yellow daisy mums and Bedford, Pc. baby's breath, with green satin Mr. ,Rush Snyder and son, of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson anu Uni o No. 241-271 White General Pltrpue Exterier Paint,streamers. ittsburgh, Pa and Mr. and Mrs. three children, Linda, Nancy, In 2.gaL cans, Sale $3.40 GAL, Donald Krouse, Martinsburg, Herbert Snyder, of Baltimore, Kathy, Gary, of Big Pool, Md was best man and John R. Rock- Md spent the weekend with their Mr. jim Wilson of Big Pool, Md . In 1.gal. cans, Sale $3.70 GAL. inbaugh, Shepherdstow~a, brother father, Mr. Ferd Snyder. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. eGorge Griffith and of the bride, was usher. Snyder remains seriously ill in daughter Dehbie, spent Sunday I IiCO No. 20| N0n- l llk|ng White H0 e Paint For her daughter s wedding the Charles Town Hospital. visiting at the Washington Zoo. Mrs. Stickel chose a powder blue Miss Agnes Fenton has re- They were guests at tthe home in 1-gel. cans, Sale $5,0~ G~L silk three-piece suit with lact t~rned to her home in Baltimore 'of Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith at shell and matching accessories after spending three weeks with Boonsboro, Md Sunday night for supper. Miss Debbie. Griffith returned mmm to her home on Saturday after spending a ~week s vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Car- roll of Shepherdstown. Rockinbaugh, sister.in-law of the iting them tthe past few weeks bride, served punch and Mrs. returned home with them. Donald Moore served the wed- Herbert S yder Spent the week- ding cake. I end at Camp Rock Enon, B.S.A The bride, a graduate of Shop- to undertake his ordeal to be- herdstown Hih School. is assist- come a member of the Order of ant trust officer of the Old Na- the Arrow. After completing the tional Bank of Martinsburg. ordeal tterby returned home on The groom, a graduate of Sunday as a member of the order. rCharlegton High School, attended He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Margaret Houser Todd and Scott Gary of Suit- land, Md spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Geary. Miss Norton Geary is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mor is4tarvey College and is em- Bernard Snyder. Congratulations and Michael Severson in ployed as a fulltime technician Herby. t Suitland, Md. by the West Virginia Air National l Mr. anrd Mrs. Hunter Talley Guard, Municipal Airport, Mar-~;~~~ ~ and son have moved into the Sale Price Per Square $10.25 tinsburg, as a supervisor. He i house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. holds the rank of chief master " I Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Come in now! sergeant, .having served during I Loudan. World War II and Korean War, Mrs. Austin Nicodemus I Mrs. G. W. Emmart of Wash- and was awarded the Bro~e Star. :,~,~.~-.~.~ ~m~ :~ ~.-- ington. D. C who has been visit- Leaving for a trip by automo- ~~:~:~az~:~:~.m~ ing her sister, Mrs. Anna Mary bile to Bahia Beach, Fla, the l Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams lHetzell and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Charles Town Cooperative bride wore a two-piece blue and were among those attending the Mills and daughters, has returned white Linen suit with matching '25 class reunion. A dinner was home. RANSON, W. VA. -- 725-2212 or 72~9~6~ They will reside served at the Senior High School Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzell and with her parents in Charles Town on Saturday Mrs: Wallace Gifft. who havebeea here. night, patients in the Charles Town Hos- Out-of-town guests at the wed- A picnic and cook-out was held pital, have returned home and are ding were from Maryland, Penn- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aus- doing very w~ll. sylvania and West Virginia. The tin Nicodemus on Sunday in hon- Mr. Charles Knott wl o has era- I I EVERY MAN GOES ' ae. Of course our regular passbook savings at 4 A% compounded year where you can add to or withdraw from your account at are available for your day to day convenience. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 100 WEST WASHINGTON STREET Your ;outhern States Cooperative Agency HAGERSTOWN, MD.