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I l BA K OF CHA ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION "A Constant 'Best Seller'--American Newspapers" Ion Satui'day night, band family from Ranson. ~ Q l~ rlallLl'ITl~Ql~ .~.V AI"t’'~_TT~rlp 1~ I es ' s f o " S " . o~u a.,,_ .~,.t.:... ~wu..~.. ~., [ Mrs. da n ~ Wd. on r m Hy- Miss Wfllford ~mlth and Miss [ ~ _.__ ~ _~ Mrs. Austin Nieodemus lattsville, Md. has returned to her IElizabeth Smith motored to I Ihome after snendin~ the week-IBraddock tlei~hts Md last week lving aboard tim eseorl desll'over in early September. She ha Church Sen iee-~-s - ' ........ " • " " " " [end with her parents Mr. and lto join Miss Ann W. Snlilh for a USS Dan)ale operating w~tl~ the ted Barcelona: Spare; g Morning prayer ann sermon IMrs Robert Anders vae'aion Si'~th Fh(t in the Medilerranean France; Beauiine ~,ranci w 11 be held at St. ,lohn s Eptsco Wai'ter Cha'-man Rites I :: ~,2 ..... Its Michael S IAnlon, seaman up- Spezia Italy and Genoa,' • g ' . lvlrunarles Adams nas oeenl' "o ...... ' '" pal Church on Sunday, Aug. 20 at The funeral of Mrs Walter [, ,~,~-; H,,, ,~,(, ..... ;o H," . prenhc USN son of Mr and and is scheduled to visit 9:30 DST bv the Rector Rev. Tern.A].,v ~ ~'~ ...... ........ ,,.s ..,n..~,..~..h,o*,-~ ~,-.---~"+"" ,week with a in:u'iedj • knee' , Mrs ..... Alwn M I mton of Ranson, Rlwera ports, betore return pie Wheeler. Sunday School will I day afternoon at 3 o'clock from I I)arlene and Ricky Magaha I W. Va. her homeport, Norfolk, Va. be at 10::30 DST. . t. John s Episcopal Church by spent Wednesday night with l The Damato left the U. S. on ~. Lawn Party at Beulah the Rev. Temple Wheeler, rector their aunt and uncle Mr. and 'June 8 and is scheduled to relurn GO TO CHURCH SUN The Beulah Sunday School will of St. John's Episcopal Church Mrs. Charles Adams while theiz .... ............ --- hold a lawn party oh the church Rippon. Burial was in the Edge IParents atended a Square Dance ] ~ ~i! :~i lawn Friday evening, Aug. 18 be ~inning at 6 o'clock. Ilam, chick- Hill Cemetery. I meeting to start a new member I t,~ t_~ i : : ::! Active pallbearers were War- ship drive I .IW,,, "- en salad sandwiches, and hot I ren LaRue, Garland Heflebower, I" ~, ...... ~ ..................I ~ ~. -- --- dogs, ice crealn, cake, coffee and . . ~v,~ ~v.~ ~,at~e Drct~ue, ~.~ ~l :: :::~::::: ~::: J nayward Boyd, AustinNlcode- ]s..e.nin ...... ,. ..... ,, .... + ~.~ ] ~ ~ tA:l :~ I~ k • A mu J " • 1"$ ltu ~., (a w~Ti:~h va~atlUll at. tilt: : i::: " lernonade will be served. Make s, ohn Gardner, H.O. Wilt.home of her aunt and uncle Mr I t'~., :~:l ij I J~ 1 a note of Aug. 18 call a friend i Honorary pallbearers were ~arry and Mrs Elwood Breeden " I ~ ;~ V::: ........ :~ and tell them about the "Beulah I Heskett Mr Holland Randolph, I ,. " J ~ ~ :? Lawn Party". .' ' " Peggy,Charlotte and Mildred Ik,,, BillMoore,Mr Harry Moffett. . ’~ O ....... :::: :~ Farm Women's Club News , • • Kackley spent Friday night with ~ :: :: .......... : Surviving are her husband Wal- . ::~ :~: :: ~::~:: tel D " their aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs ~ ~:~:: : ~::~ " e t Meeting Thursday, Aug. 3 at : . Chapman a son Paul D ....... " ~- . 7" ~ ... ~: 1\: .~ :: @Asrehableasth pos- the home of Mrs. M. L. Adams lchapman and two grandchildren unartes .A~ams, ~eggy, Cnarlo.~-I~ i::l~:: ~ ::::: ~ Rippon Farm Women's Clflb had [ Nancy Chanman and Donald J Ie anu ~Wliureu returne(~ to tnelr J • ~ ~ man on his ap~ointea a lesson on "Flower Arrange .... home on Saturday in Berryvllle J : ........ ........... Chapman also a sister MISS Edna ....... - • ~ ~ i::: :~:: , ~ ..... ments". Mrs. Robert McGarry, I Ronor of Charl~ Town [ ~warma L,ynn A(mms accompan- ,, ~~ ~: ~ ~::~rounas, we oner you a -- r ................... ':: :': ::::: :i Shenandoah Junction was the l Mr ................... lied them and stayed until Men-t ~ ~ -.~ ~ • OOlllly 1₯1111(21" II'Olll DelEs- ' " :: ~:~ ::~ " " "c hat leader. Demonstrating as she talk I ville Md and Miss Nanc'" Breed [ day. [ ~ ~ ::!k :::: ................... : : prescnpuon servz e t :ed Mrs. McGarry showed the ' " Y A picnic supper in the yard ~ ~.i:. . l en from Charles Town and Mrs ....... =7 ~- • ~', :::::~ assures prompt, p'eczse group how to go about making JMollv Hillard wa~ s,mner ~,,,o~t~ I was enjoyeu oy Mr. ann ~vtrs. l)al ~" • ~ :: formal and simple banquets or at tiae home of Mr. anal Mrs~E1- ~asiKibl:( tahnd hfam~ly[r~n Be~ _. compounding at uni- arrangements, wed Breeden on Saturday. I.Y . • I Reports of the council meeting Mary Randolph and Ruth Roglmrs- Austin Nlcodemus. J termly fair prices. at Bardane were made and the ers Smith returned on SaturdaY lu.._k__~_ J district meeting at the Shenan- from a weeks camping at Camp lMl[lldl~l ~, LmI011 15 I ~ , |.,,., doah Martinsburg. Following the Frame near Hedgesville. Mary[ J ~ business lneeting Mrs. Adams ser Randolph won the All Star Re-ll~u|~ ~ ~,$~^u~ [ ~ [] red cake, cookies, nuts and pun- ward. I,J~lVlll~ ~ll IPlg~llV]gl I ~ z .... oh. Next meeting date September Sunday guests at the home of I,, ....... J ~ O 7, place to be announced latey, were ~r. and Mrs. Howard[ [ Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Jr. a~ad Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden [~sc0rr uamalo i z = I David Nicodemus drove to Atlan- Hough and family from Kable-I Mediterranean (FItTNC) Ser. tic-City, N. Y. over.the weekend on the trip up they were accom- panied by Mrs. Leon Sowers and Mrs. Louis Johnson. After spend- ing a few hours on the board walk they traveled on to Wilming ton, Delaware where they visi- ted with their friends the Briggs family. Mrs. Robert Anders, Mrs. James Wilson from Hyattsville, Md. and Mr. Kenneth Carroll at- tended the wedding of Miss Eun ice Myers and Mr. Charles W. Coleman which took place Sun- day evening at four o'clock in the Millville Methodist Church, Mrs. Anders daughter Mrs. Doris My- ers was maid of honor and Mrs. Anders grandchildren Judy My- ers was flower girl and Kent My ers was ring bearer. Miss Evelyn Lloyd spent the weekend at the home of Miss Bar bara Dawson in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. John Grove had as their guest Mrs. Groves bro- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Orman Stephens from Mar- tinsburg for the past week. Picnic On River Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sowers and son Mr. and Mrs. John Vawter and family of Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and fam- ily, Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Canard Burner and family from 1 Charles Town, W. Va. STORE OPENS 9:00. HURRY! Byrd " A, Martinsburg enjoyed a picnic din I her on the river on Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mobley from ~ l ~1~1 Ranson visited on Sunday after- '~" noonD, ....at the home of Mrs. Margar BIG NEWS! EASY CARE The H. F. Byrd picnic held an l et~Yan~i Mrs. Herbert Chamb- :SOPHIrSTICATED 'COTTONS nuauy since l~z,~ is scneau/ed for i • . v ......... n+ the we'-'- ........ ,,.. hn from ~a,,s,,, ~w ~ ~, ~atu~:,aay, .August zu. at. tt0se- end at the Virginia beach and n.mnt, orcnara t~erryvme, va. ~e- their children Karla Ann and A brand new look for school girls1 Grown- ginning at r~oon. Paula Lee and Iterbert Jr. spent The picnic usually attracts a- the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. up prints . . . geOmetries, florals, stripes bout 3,400 persons which include Thomas Wiley. apple growers, orchard personnel Mr and Mrs. James Louden kept young with dainty embroidery trims, dealers, brokers and friends of and son Mark visited at the home Senator Harry F. Byrd. ' -- __ -- little bows, under-blouse effects, billowy sleeves! The picnic begins with a cat- ered lunch, consisting of barbe-~k~ITU fTDIhI:D Little or no ironing! cued chicken from the big stoves,,}I~IIIII ,,}IIMI/I, I1 set up in the orchard and "what goes with it" including the fam- ous Byrd Apple Sauce. Immediately following lunch there will be a speaking program entirely on the subject of "apple marketing". R. ,D. Erwin of the Ben E. Keith Company in Fort Worth, Texas and president of the Unit- ed Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Association will headline the pro gram speaking on the value of merchandising to the wholesaler. He will be followed by a prom]- nent merchandiser, who will dis cuss the value of merchandising America's at store level. As is usually the custom, Sen First House ator Byrd wil close the speaking Paint For Over program with a short discussion of trendes of the times. Wt' 50 Years.I B. Beverley Byrd, Production [Manager of the Byrd orchards ' IS HOUSE PAINT f twill conduct the program. There s a DAV or. every need I - SUN-FAST ACRISATIN I ORDER OF PUBLICATION A superior oil base paint New Latex paintforevery 1[ Circuit Court of J------efferson Coun that excels in durability, exterior surface in the Ity, West Virginia appearance and econ- color of your choice. [ .Leola Bennett Miller, plaintiff omy. Covers exception-Blister resistant. Dries I v. Civil Action No. 154 /Paul William Miller, Defendant • ally well. Availabt in any in minutes. Clean brush ] The object of the above entitled color. Or roller with water ...... / action is to obtain a divorce from $ .50 gal. $ .50 gal. J the bonds of matrimony. And it appearing by an affidavit [filed in this action that the defen- ] dant, Paul William Miller is a non ]resident of the State of West Vir FUME PROOF & [ginia it is ordered that Paul wiI- WHITE ARMOR MILDEW RESISTANT . Ilium Miller do serve upon James ]M. Mason, 3d, plaintiff's attorney A one.coat paint that is The ideal paint for fac- [whose address is Mason Bldg. the whitest of white, tory or seashore areas,lCharles Town, W. Va. an answer 40 over where fumes or mi dew tor other deferise to the complaint Save up to % ,, ' [filed in this action on or before cost of two coats. Re- are problems• Available ]September 6, 1961, otherwise if hn white tin any color and self news its spark" g " cleanln [you fail to do so, thereafter jud- aS it weathers .......... ' g white .......... [gement, upon proper hearing and $1 gal. (" ]trial, may be taken against you /for the relief demanded in said • $ .50 g l. [complaint. A copy of said corn- ARE A IY [plaint can be obtained from the [undersigned Clerk at his office. V~ ff ~' ) [ Entered by the Clerk of said Court July 31, 1961. | W.M. JONES PHONE 278 CHARLES TOV~rN, W. VA. | Clerk of Court • . ......... _ .... l Aug. 3-3t.paid FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE :-- Day 370 Night 1 RADIO - TELEVISION HI. FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES WEBB'S RADIO & TEI.EVISION 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. I PHONE 487 The a n NEW/z)eAs_~oC J NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. BACK-TO-SCHOOL GET IN ON OUR VALUES! BUY ALL YOUR School Clothing Needs:--- 4 WAYS TO BUY--- - Cash Lay-A-Way 30 Day Charge - Time Payment EXTRA WEAR PENN- TWILL COTTON SLACKS! Penney's plain combed cottons are new heaviier wez • .. good-looking rugged, too. Ma, wash, dry . . . 1 up iron. In black, blue,' ancient pewter, tan, willow ! boys' sizes 6 to 20 $398 Just Received New Arrivals in Everything That's The r an with NEW/DEAS fOR A NEW ERA