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/ .~ . h.~_ .~.,~:~.,, ~ /~,~G ,, 17, In till I I I I I I I j AN Driver's License Notice To Be Late Charleston, W. Va. Renewal notices on driver's licenses that , expire in September will be a little late, the Department of Mo tor Vehicles says. James E. VCalker, director of the operators and chauffers diets ion, says normal 30 day notices cn l efih, hat e.'c'p[re ment' nffiee behind Cap- th Will not be received by motor- itol. If the permil expires, a $6 ists until about 15-20 days before they run out. And Walker warned: "If a per son does not get a renewal notice he should make application him- self. It's the individual's respon- sibility." The four year driver's permit costs $5 and is payable by cer- tified check, money order or by cash if renewed at the depart- fee is charged. Walker says everything will be !back to normal next month when lhe department completes repro- duction of master file cards de- stroyed in the recent flash flood. During the flood 700,000 IBM data cards were completely satur rated by water that filled the basement of the main state of- rice building on Washington St. I_P'.IP 8--B THURSDAY, AUGUST Since that time, the depart- ment has taken the damaged re- cord and partially dried them oul. Now, they are being dupli- cated at a new data processing section on Duffy Street. From the master cards, the de partment normally gives West Virginians a 30 day reminder not ice on their permits' ex The department had just ged its record system tostat to IBM data cards the flood tilt. U.S. scientists find hopeful on arms talk. GO TO CHURCH LI GLOVE LEATHER MOCCASIN TOES $5.99 mens sizes 6 to 11 Color 'n comfort share the spotlight in these ES TO NN smm% ienney casuals! : GYM SHOE ITEMS OF Modeled suction cup out- sole, ankle reinforce-- By Mrs. Clarence Smailwood Phone 20-F-024 |1 I I companied her son.in-law and daughter Mr. ,and Mrs. Arthur Bush, Charles Town who had spent the day in Alexandria with her brother Basil. Mrs. Thomas Wolford, daugh- ter Laura Ann of Gerrardstown spent Monday with her aunt Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. The latter had x-ray pictures taken Tuesday of her injured righ~ foot. The family of Floyd Marcum Mrs. Joshua Clipp who has ter, N. Y. moved into the vacated been visiting her son and daugh- house on Avon Dale Farm. He is ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Basil R. employed by the Byrd Orchard Clipp, Alexandria, Va. returned iCompany. to her home here Sunday. She acI Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush, Sue moved recently from Avon Dale Brown entered the Charles Town Farm back to Bluemont, Va. Spen General Hospital Friday for an cer Welsh and family who moved appendectomy. He is progressing several months ago from Roches- : satisfactorily. ..... Reports from local gardeners indicate a very good yield and of 'IPI__ fJ.. ~/ , ~. # good size potato crop this season. !~ ~.~ff I.~ ~]~ ~/ Bob White had several spuds to ---- ,,-'- .......... v, weigh 1 lbs. ~~ll~l Dixie, Dianne Rissler's mother r PPI pony met with an accident last ql ql~tDi Monday morning. In some man- Limited Time Offer ner she received three deep 3%'" Drolesslonal wounds; one in the stomach was -.~ " feared to cause her death. She m.Oael nyl~ was treated by a veterinarian DrlSIle DrUSil and today shows some improve, There's a with purchase of 4 gallons or more of DAVIS "best by Lest" HOUSE PAINT DAVIS HOUSE PAINT for every need[ SUN-FAST (Oil Base) $6.50 gal. ACRISATIN (Latex).. $6.50 gal. WHITEARMOR(1-Coat) $7.80 gal. FUME PROOF & MILDEW RESISTANT ...... $6.50 gal. --BUY IT AT-- VALLEY HARDWARE CO. PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i,, H~, i ,IH , Ellen, Sonny and Bob, Mrs. Jes- sie Clipp, Misses Cecelia and Jan et Pipes, Mary Ann, Joyce, Ellen and Susan Mercer attended the picnic Rodeo Sunday held on the grounds of the Eastern Panhan- dle Saddle Club near Martins- burg. James Gray is visiting his mo- ther Mrs. Etheleen Mills, Martins burg. Olli Brown, son of Mrs. Fent ment. ity where he attended the local ment, cushion insoles school and Charles Town High .99 School where he excelled in math *P ematics and athletics. He also at- tended the Coyne Electrical School, Chicago, Ill. Later he was employed as electrician at the Standard Limestone Company, Millville. Following this he be- came one of the firm of Marcus Bros. which is comprised of Or- charding, Cold Storage Operation Service Station and long distance hauling aCtivities with business centers in Clearbrook, Va. Win- ter Haven, Florida and here in this village, Kabletown. The deceased age 55 years was the youngest member of the firm He has resided in Winchester for the past twenty years. Funeral services were held Sat urday at 1:30 p. m. at th~ Jones Funeral Home Winchester, Va. by Dr. E. T. Clark. Burial follow ed in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Pallbearers were H. E. Coats, ~. ~.. Larry L. Taylor, Charles E. Rupp ~k~'~ ... ~j ,'ab. J/ James R. Killough, Henry S. Jen kins and R. Lee Collis. Honorary pallbearers were F. Amos Shry- ....~!?j~ ~ ock, Max W. Lewis, John W. Mill. ~.~,--::. ~~!~~ er, Harold G. Brown, Philip A. Barnhart and Ralph A. Chrisman. Birth of Baby Girl .~:~,:~,~~~.~~~ Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Marcus, "~~"-'"-"" "-" "e..*e-':~"~~~" f ~.,'.z~~.-~ :'.,'':"&:.::...~.~....-'.:~ ~i:~ .~ .. Jr. of Winchester, Va. announce ~~~J the birth of a fine baby girl born ~i~ Saturday, August 19 in the Win- ~~~i~ chester Memorial Hospital. The ~,~.,~:~ family now consists of two child- ren, Eric and his bab~' sister, Cheryl Ann. Eric has been visit. ing his maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton, Ced ar Cliff Farm. Mrs. Donald Magaha of near Charles Town spent a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. Wednesday visitors l at this home were Mrs. Johnny Zeagler and son, Miss Pat Osbor ne, Mrs. Elton Carper and daugh ter of Jefferson Terrace. The MYF members were in charge of the devotionals of the Worship Services held this past Sunday night during which a special prayer was made for the recovery of Rev. S. F. Butcher and his son Timmy. Also Mrs. C. S. Reckley dedicated a solo 'How Great Thou Art" which was very: inspiring. She was accompanied by Miss Joyce Mercer, pianist. SAVE : ACRILAN KNIT SHIRTS! MENS .98 BOYS $ .98 Marcus Bros. recently purchas- ed 12 trailers 38 ft. x 12 ft. in Downington, Pa. Sympathy Expressed Our heartfelt sympathy is ex- tended to ~the family of Rev. S. F. Butcher upon the death of Mrs. Butcher in the Winchester Hos. pital Saturday following a traf- fic accident on Friday enroute to their home near Morgantown af- ter having visited friends in the county, including Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers nearby. Rev. But. cher remains critically ill in the hospital as a result of injuries. We all join in Wishing for him a complete recovery. Timmy the three y~ar old son required den- tal surgery while the six year old daughter Cynthia escaped injur. ies. Death of Carl Marcus Wo~d was received Thursday morning of the death of Carl Mar cus in. the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he had been a pa tient since the previous Friday due to a heart attack. The son of the late Mr. anck Mrs. John L. Marcuis is survived by his widow, the former Miss Helen Willing- ham of Berryville, Va. and a dau ghter M~:~. Mary Ann Durra, rOf Winchester, Va. and a grandson; a sister Mrs. Mary Markle of Win chester; three brothers, Raymond and Jerry of Clearbrook, Va. and Townson of Ranson. Carl moved Bulky. knit crew necks top .our continental tapers Almost indispensable on the catmpus ...Penney's 100 b wool bulky knit crew neck in medium oxford, Britannia blue, taupe, pinewood, russet. small, medium, large $8.95 Perfect team. ups . . Penney's campus tapers with plain front, extension "waistband, no cuffs. Solids, plaids. men's sizes 28 to 38 small, medium, large Get top style, color in Acrilan acrylic knits! Get self collars with permanent stays, pocket emblem. Ma- chine washable. OUR SWEATERS "N SKIRTS ARE PERFECT MATCH-UPS! Elegant one-color-look in bulky Orlon acrylic cardigans . . . pevraanently pleated Orlon and wool skirts that reverse, look so smart in Scandian - inspired patterns ! Magenta ! Par- rot I Peacock ! Russet ! sizes 7 to 14 .98 EACH CHECK THIS LIST FOR FIRST QUALITY BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS! Boys Long Wearing SOCKS 4 for $1.00 GIRLS CREW SOCKS - 4 for $1.0o GIRLS Rayon Cotton BLEND PANTIES - - 39c GIRLS Fine Cotton SLIPS 98c GIRLS BLOUSE & SKIRT SET $3.98 / NEW STYLES .- NEW COLORS NEW FASHIONS IN For Boys Girls Men- Women, (You "Gals" Be Sure to See the New Blunt, Squared Off Toes) CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. while the _ selectmn's largest... : i iiii ii 5Ct- O ~, They_ i IF YOU HAVE .A GOOD CREDIT RECORD, SIMPLE TO GET A PENNEY CHARGE ASK ANY OF OUR PEOPLE ABOUT QUICK, COURTEOUS SERVICE! SEE THE MANY NEW "YOUNG" FASHIONS IN OUR READY - TO - WEAR DEPARTMENT TI BOTH THE CREAMY WOOL FLANNEL AND THE CLASSIC PMIA COTTON TOWN CRAFT BLOUSE Hace instant fit, curve-cling chic with per " ney's scaled - to - you - figure fashions ! Petite, average. $ .95 .98 SKIRT BLOUSE STORE HOURS:---Monday,Tues.:Thurs. 9to 5---Wednesday 9 to 12'--Friday and Saturday 9 9 l: t