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Adams and family on Sunday. Mrs. Austin Nieodemus Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ttous- Recent visitors at the home of den and three children, Johnny, and Mrs. It. B. Nicodemus Bobby and Christian, of Alexan- ., were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nie- 'q dria, Mr. and Mrs. William Whet- nus and granddaughter Tam-zel and son, William, .lr., of GaS- While, Mrs. Herman Swartz, [thersburg, Mr. and Mrs. David and Mrs. David Nicodemus Itousden and son David Lee, of daughter, Less Kaye, Mr and ! Shenandoah Junction ,and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus, Sr.," and Molley Hillard. a Roger Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Aus- t Nieodemus and Mr. Roy ttar- John's Episcopal Church hold its Sunday School pie- on Sunday following the serv- eD the Rippon Elementary ground. ~Ir. and Mrs. Robert Randolph III, motored to Atlantic on Friday and were accom- home on Saturday by Mr. Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, and their daughter, Elizabeth Smith, from Atlantic City they had been vacationing latter's sister, Mrs. Max of Aaltnitc City, N. J. Frank Carroll, Mrs. Adams and daughter, spent Thursday in Seven shopping. ~lr. and Mrs. Wendell Whit- and two sons, Jonathan Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sr., and Mr. Roger Nicodemus were Sunday supper guests at the home and Mrs. Austin Nieode- Mitohell Boyd, of Winches- Va., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sam, edl nf tai-lo :e, Mr. and Mrs. 5tr. . Bitl tIart and ehild en, Marvin Odams were guests at the Dougie and Linda, of Winston, home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conn., Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughte Debbie and Mr. Kenneth Carroll. Miss Ann W. Smith, of Arling- ton, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Glenn Hetzel of Morgantown were weekend guests at "Silver Springs" of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., Miss ELizabeth M. Smith and Miss Welford Smith. The Smith family .had as guest for the service at Old WickLiffe Church on Sunday Mrs. Josiah Slits, of Amherst, Va., Dr. Mrs. Graham Royston of Mill- wood, Va., was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley. Mrs. Itomer Wood was a guest of Mrs. Edith Costello and Mr. Charles Tmnblin of Charles Town r last week. I Mr. and Mrs. tIerman Copley and daughter Cheryl of Balti- more, were weekend guests at the [home of the litter's parents, Mr. land Mrs. Lwis Wiley and also Mr. ~and Mrs. Albert Wicks and ~n, i Ronnie and daughter, Sherry, of I Baltimore, Md., were Sunday din- nor ~aests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and two children, Dougie and Linda, of Winston, Conn., spent Wednesday ti,ll Thursday as guests at the home of the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Carroll and son of Shepherds- town. A cook-out and wiener roast were held at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll on Saturday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and daughter, Cheryl, of Baltimore, d., Mr. and CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OFFERS FOR SALE \ On Monthly Installment Plan FOUR GRAVES LOT -- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down, BaL 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month SINGLE GRAVE LOT --- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ram DuPont Researohl Two requirements for get up and GO retirements~Z A new system that gives you greafer protection against moisture blistering than traditional linseed oil paints: If the old paint has blistered, remove old paint down to bare wood. Prime with Du Pont Blister-Resistant Primer. Cover with one or more coats of "Lucite" House Paint. Dries in one hour. Clean hands and brushes with water. esult-a lovely, rich, low-luster finish of fax longer life than old-style linseed oil paints! l or previously painted surfaces in good condition: apply one or two coats of Lucite House Paint--no primer needed. PI ONE 725.2002 For Wood, Stucco or Masonry..- 12 co/ors CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. and Mrs. Hobart ttanson of Stan- ton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Her- zel of Morgantown, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell ttetzel and son, Donald. Also they were guests at the Wickliffe picnic which followed the service. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and son Donald are vacationing for some time in the New England States. Mr. Melvin Wiley entered the Charles Town G~eral Hospital on Friday and on Saturday he un- derwent ~rgery. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Champ!in and son tterbert, Jr., of Charles Town, were Sunday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley. Herbert (Peanut) Chamblin Jr., who had the misfortune to susta,in a fall and was admitted to the Gharles Town General Hospi- tal on Sunday for stitches in his forehead then released. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and two children, Dougie and lands, of Winston, Conn., spent the last two weeks vacation with the lit- ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus, J.r., were guests at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Sipes of Berryville, Vs. Michael and Andy Renner, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Renner, have been confined to their home this past week with the measles. Miss LilHan Myers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shank and little daughter, of Silver Spring, Md., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stickle. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Benner and Mr. and Mrs. Uaul Frye and daughter Paula, spent Friday ,in Keyser. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and children have returned to their home in Warmer Robins Ga., after having spent ,the last two weeks with her brotherin-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Snyde~. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harkins, of Washington, visited . Mrs. Sher- Hopper last week. Mr. James Graves of Perry Point, Md., spent the weekend with his OhHdren here. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Custer and son Billy are on a vacation trip to Blackwater Falls, W. Va.; Ten- nessee and Kentucky. Friends of Mrs. G. E. Webb, former correspondent for Harpers Ferry news are sorry to know she has resigned and we will miss her weekly .letter. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of Hagerstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darr and l~iss Mae Norris. Brig. Gen. Douglas Polhamus Honored In ceremonies immediately pre- ced'ing the change of command reception on Saturday, the Third Order of the Rising Sun was con- ferred upon departing Brig. Gem Douglas Po~amus, Kauto Base Japan, by General Hirokuni Save NOW for fun later! CURRENT RATE 4% PER ANNUM SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE 9.1001 II I ernment of Japan. General and Mrs. Polhamus departed Japan Sunday for assignment at .~l- drews Air Force Base, Md. Gen- eral Polhamus is the brother of Mrs. Clive Myers and Mrs. Bryar- ly Link. Friends of Captain Samuel Glaize are glad to know he is safe, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nearton Glaize, Charles Town. Captain Glaize was interviewed on televi- sion a few weeks ago and was also featured in an article in News Week magazine, lie took a lead- ing part in the rugged combat op- erations which took place in the jungles of Viet Nam and was in charge of the India operation "Hastings." Mr. and Mrg. Jnhn Brookman and family have nmved to Mr. Bernard Snyder's trailer court. The Roy. and Mrs. Gargan Lu- cas and sons Charlie and Rickey, of tturt, Va., arc visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed tlammDnd. Miss Camilla Wiltshire and Miss Lillian Myers are spending this week in Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. , Bruce Bagsle have moved to Mr. Bernard Sny- der's tranler court. Both are teachers at Shepherd College. Messrs. Bill, Jimmy and Rich- ard Dennison, of Hyndham, Pa., spent the weekend with ,Tames Robert, Daniel and Russell Grave.~. Capt. Gla4ze's mother is the for-i mer Miss Gertrude Darr, of theIByKani Lane, Mgr. Junction. I Misses Loretta ttannan, Dora-I Charles Washington Theatre t.hy and Mary Wilson, of Wash-' ington, spent Saturday with Mrs, iBIK2glL~ ~~~~iD~I Cabel Tapscott. I"AGENT FOR It.A.R.M." Show- Messrs. James, Robert, Russell'ing Friday . Saturday, August and Daniel Graves spent last week, 19 - 20 with Bill, Jimmy, and" Richard I This is yet another spoof of the Dennison in Hyndham, Pa. I secret agent team ,and there is enough action and exci omen ?n satisfy all. There is no shortage of death and viDlence, but it's all of the cDmic-book variety and handled with good humor that be- comes contaneous. If all the steam isn't out of the spy-spoof cycle, this could give good ac- count of itself. It's not the best of the cycle, but it's as good as most. "WILD WILD WINTER" Show- ing Sun. - Men. - Tue., August 21 - 22 - 23 Teen audienee.~ will get a charge out of the on-screen pro- *ceedings since some of their groups are featured in this musi- cM comedy. Cast includes Jay and the Americans, Beau Bruin- reels, Dick and Dee Dec, the As- tronauts, and Jackie and Gayte. Fihned in Technicolor. ,~lso on t,he same program: "VOYAGE TO THE END OF THE UNIVERSE." The special effects boys have themselves another holiday in this science fiction outer space thr, i~ler shot entirely on their con- ception of a space-ship of t.he fu- ture. ATTEHD CHURCH ATTENTION OF HOUSEHOLDERS AND FARMERS OF JEffERSON COUNTY AS REPRESENTATIVE OF WATKINS PRODUCTS, INC., I AM READY TO NOW SER' E YOU WITH A FULL LINE Of HOUSEHOLD NEEDS & TOILETRIES --- ALSO --- INSECTICIDES FOR THE FARMERS NEEDS SIGNED : REID V. GERONIM0 PHONE: Harpers Ferry -- 535-6528 ,HERE'S HOWl Gently scrape off the smell rect- angle on the bottom side of the "LOVE THAT MONEY" card. Find the word "Love" or "That" or !'M0ney" along with o number. If you collect any of the combi- nations of three cards shown below, YOU'RE A WIHNER~ ,AND ....... 100 * the Same ,. S 1000 Series Just II Few $1OO Wl MR CURTIS BUTLER MRS. DORIS KURANT CLYDE COX RUTH NARRAMORE MRS. FLORENCE ACKLEY ERWIN DEHN NATHANIEL WILDER PEARL SEITZ MRS. BETTY HAMILL MARY J. KeeN ANN RITTER MR. H. L. DOLBY HELEN MISICK GRACE MILLS YVONNE HALLER R. IL MORRIS DONALD A. SANDERS GERTRUDE WEHRMAN MRS. EARL V. PARR MRS. HELEN ADKINS MARGARETTA CONLEY BURTON STAMAN MRS. 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