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' "" ! LOCAL--PERSONAL NEWg'INAND A BOUT -c -- :," 1 I SUNHIT POINT I By Mrs. Stuart Crim , Phone 47-F-032 Injured In Mishap ante. I Mr. Robert Lighto was painfully Mrs. Philip Creamer and her in injm'ed on Sunday afternoon fant son "John Philip Creamer when an automobile under which III" returned to their home "Lo- he was lying while examining a cust Grove" on Tuesday of last broken torsion bar slipped off of weeW from the Winchester Me- lhe jack pinning him beneath it, mortal tlospital where the baby lhe weight of the car resting on was born on August 14th. % ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER By Miss Margaret Houser Miss Dixie Kay Houser spent Tuesday afternoon with Miss Kit ty Rainey in Harpers Ferry. Miss Jeannette Pierson spent two weeks with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gor- don of PetersVille, Md: Miss Jessie Chaplain of Mar. tinsburg was a weekend guest of her niece and husband' Mr. a~d Mrs. Walter A. Manuel. Mr. and" Mrs, John Chaplain of Marfinsburg :were Sunday guests of his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Manuel. Mr. nad Mrs. Wallace Gift and family motored to Harpers Ferry on Sunday evening and visited her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Bond and faro ily and Mrs. Anna Bond. Mr. William Moler had the mis fortune to get his leg and foot injured last Friday evening by a cow while milking. III e,, h ig . Limited Time Offer 3V2" pofmioMI model nylon bflstle brush with purchase of 4 gallons or more @ OkVl$ "best by teSt" HOUSE PAINT There's a DAVIS HOUSE PAINT for every needl SUN-FAST (Oil Base) $6.50 gal. ACRISATIN (Latex).. $6.50 gal. WHITEARMOR(i-CoaO $7.80 gal. FUME PROOF & MILDEW RESISTANT ....... $6.50 gal. --BUY IT AT-- VALLEY HARDWARE CO. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mt,: llild Mrs. Lowell H. Hetzel recently visited their son and dau ghter-in-law Lt. and Mrs. David Hetzel and daughters in Topeka, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. attended the Webb Reunion at Braddock Heights, Md. on Sun- day: There were' about 75 pres- ent. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Welsh Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Welsh and Tract at. tended. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk and daughter of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and daughter of Knoxville, Md. Miss Nancy Schmeal of Bruns- wick was Wednesday evening guest of John Harding. Malissa Ann Mills had the mis- fortune to cut a foot right bad on a tin can last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp and children who spent the sum mer at their home in Grantville, W. Va. returned back last week. Mr. Van Camp is the principal at the Blue Ridge School. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Hill of Winchester, Va. were the week end guests of his mother Mrs. F. A. HilI and brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Miss Carolyn Hill who had been visiting the past week at the Hill home returned home with them. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY i r wlth PURINA LIQUID POULTRY WORMER (1 oz. treats 50 birds) .. ask us about it PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 Charles Town, W. Va. ii The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Aug. 28, 1961. Receipts of cattle, hogs, and calves heavy with a good demand for all classes on sale. Feature of sale was prime veal top $33.50; few lsts. No. 1 hogs $2O.0O. Choice butcher steers none; good butcher steers 22.00 to 23.- 00; plain to medium steers 20.00 to 22.00; choice butcher heifers none; good butcher heifers 20.00; to 21.00; plain to medium heif- ers 15.00 to 19.00; good bulls 19.- 00 to 20.30; plain to medium bulls 16.00 to 18.00; commercial cows 16.00 to 17.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners and cutters 15.- 00 down; cows by the h.ead up to 185.00; stocker and feeder steers up to 23.10; st(;ck heifers and bulls by ihe head up to 120.00; his head and one hand. Rushed to the Charles Town General Hos pital, nine stitches were required to close a cut on the right side I of his face which extended from his temple to his jaw. Other fac- ial injuries included a badly brui sed nose and jaw, but examinat- on determined that neither had been broken. What could very well have been a tragic accident fortunately proved to be no wor- I se than a very painful one. I Mrs. James H. Snyder and her 'children Beth and Nicky return ed home on Monday of last week from H~rdy, Ky. where they had been visiting at the home of her ~arents. Mr .and Mrs. N. E. Stan- ley. Upon their return they were accompanied by Mrs. Richard Derian who continued on to her home in Alexandria, Va. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Miss Frances Coleman were her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley and their two children Glen and Alana of Kensington, Md. Mrs. Francis Moore, formerly of Charles Towr~ who has been residing for the past two years with her son-in-law and daughter Doctor and Mrs. Robert Ray at their home near Lexington, ICy. arrived here last week for a visit with Miss Mary Thomson at "Haw thorn" before going on to the home of her son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. James D. Moore' in Charleston, W. Va. Have Family Picnic In celebration of the natal an- niversaries of Mrs. Lawrence Grove, her son and two of her grandsons, family picnic was held on Sunday afternoon at the City Park in Hagerstown, Md. Those who were present to enjoy a pleasant outing were Mr. aad Airs. Lawrence Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and sons, Larry, Paul and Richard and their dau ghter Miss Elizabeth Grove of Leetown, Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and son Gregory of Charles ToWn, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll John son and son Tommy of Middle- way, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Light and their daughter Miss Mary Louise Light of Martinsburg and Mr. Lee Lupton of WhitePost, V~. Johnny Cheshire left on Sun- day to spend this week with his grandmother Mrs. Norman Mich. ael at her home in Kirby, W. Va. and with other relatives in Hamp shire county. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Weller Jr. of Charles Town were visitors on Monday at "Champaign" the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ma gaha and their three sons. Mrs. John Marshall had visit- ing with her on Wednesday Of last week her sister-in-law Mrs. R. W. Baker of Charles Town. At so visiting with Mrs. Marshall on Friday were her brother and sis ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Norman Snyder of Martinsburg. W. M. S. Meeting The Women's Missionary Soc. iety of the Baptist Church will meet on Wednesday, September 6th at the home of Mrs. Elwood Cheshire. Miss Elizabeth Crane of "Mt. Ellen" returned home last week from Charleston, W. Va. where she had been visiting for the past two weeks with her grandmother Mrs. J. T. Crane Sr. and Mrs. Josephine Burton at their homes in that city. Mrs. Thomas Shull and child ren Mary Ellen, Barbara, Steph- en, Louis and Louise in company with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull Choice to prime calves 30.00 to and son Scotty of Berryville, Va. 33.50; good butcher calves 27.00 Mrs. Frieda Hinton and daughter to 29.00; medium butcher calves Brenda of Clearbrook, Va. and Messers. Richard' Chrisman and Wayne Smallwood of Charles Town spent Sunday in Alexan- dria, Va, where they were guests at the home of the formers son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee S hull. Upon their re turn they were accompanied by the latter and her infant daugh- ter Angela who are spending this week visiting at the Shull home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher and children Jimmy, Donnie an Joyce, Mrs. Barbara Swisher and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drish spent Sunday visiting with relatives of the former in Kirby, W. Va. Auxiliary Meeting The Episcopdl Women of the 22.00 to 26.00; thin calves 21.00 down; heavy calves 18.00 to 26.00; Blue head grade lambs 20.20; red head grade lambs 18.30; red shoulder grade lambs 16.00; but- cher ewes 3.00 to 5.50; stock ewes per head none; Good butcher hogs 19.00 to 20.- 00; medium butcher hogs 18.00 to 19.00; heavy butcher hogs 15.50 to t8.00; butcher sows 12.00 to 14.00; heavy feeders and light but chef hogs 15.75 to 21.00; shoats per hundred 23.00 down; pigs per head.12.00 down; heavy boars 10.- 50 to 11.00; stags none; sows and pigs none; stock boars 12.00 to 15.00. Mlscellaneou~ Sales start 11:00 A. M.---Livestock Sales 1:30 P., M. each Monday. Regular sale on Labor Day. U.S. seienusts find Sovlel hopeful on arms talk. I Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" fails to arouse Thais. _ _ - = - - _ MOTOROLA RADIO -- TELEVISION HI - FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES WEBB'S RADIO & TELEVISION 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W.. V~.. PHONE 487 PHONE 278 CHARLES TO , W. V A. Church of the Holy Spirit will meet at 8:00 o'clock DST (7:00 EST) on Tuesday evening, sep- tember 5th at the home of Mrs. Stuart Crim. All members are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Poston of Gaithersburg, Md. spent several days last week visiting at the home of the former's brother and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fel lers, Miss Sallie Poston and Mr. Skinner Poston. Attend Commencement Exercises Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire and their daughter Mary attend- ed the Commencement exercises which were held on Friday even. ing at the Maryland Secretarial College in Hagerstown. Their dau ghter Mrs. Lee Allen Drish was a member of the graduating class although her training as a medi- cal secretary requires an addit- ional two months of class attend- Miss Betty Lee Glasscock re- turned home this week from Highlands. California where in company with Miss Ann Silman of Berryville, Va. she had spent the past several weks visiting with her cousins Lieutenant and Mrs. Onza Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glassford and their small grandson Tony Glassford and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and daughter Mollie visited recently with the formers son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Glassford and their four children at their home near Williamsport, Md. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY John Hoffmaster is Given Party On His Seventh Birthday A birthday pm y was given Fri da3, August 25 in honor of John David ttoffmaster on the occas- ion of his seventh birthday. The party was held at the home of his grandparents Mr .and Mrs. Ster- ling W. Tenney, Bett-Morr or- chard from 4-6 p. m. (lames were played and re- freshments of cake. ice cream and soft drinks were served to the guests. The birthday cake was baked by his grandmother Mrs. Ralph Hoffmaster. Master Hoffmaster received many nice gifts. Those present were Holly Sue Cave, Mary Catherine Plum. Dia- na and Marsha Brown, Alice Hay es, Donny Baumgardner, Kevin Robinson, Jay Watson, Art and Keith Webb and the honored guest David. Saud ostracized by brothers in Saudi Arabia. Kennedy stresses urgency of aid to Latins. TIt.I!RSDAY. AUGI'ST. 31__: GO TO CIIURCHSUNDAY GO TO CHURCH ;UN = t ,=l -o I|DI ! As reliable as the post- ""4 man on his appointed rounds! We offer you a !::..4! /::: i prescription service that ~i.:: ii assures prompt, precise compounding at uni- :)i: : i:::::::I formly fair prices. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ' ".'. ................ 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COAT... She's hard on Dad's Pocketbook at all times ... But At PENNEY'S she will save him money and still be tops. -in Fashion -in Color -in All That's new for the campus crowd from the world's, fashion markets. CASH - LAYAWAY - 30- DAY CHARGE OR TIME PAY. MEET CHUCK He's the Joe that Jeanne is going to College to meeL He SHOES . . . SOCKS . . . UNDERWEAR . . . SLACKS... SWEATERS . . . SHIRTS . . . SUITS... SPORT COATS... JACKETS . . . Butch has worked hard all st~mmer and saved his money for school. He's not quite so hard on Dad for clothes-- but he still wants the most for his hard earned money--along with "All That's New" Authentic Fashion" "Tough good looking Clothes that will stay good looking on a date." "Smart Joes Buy At PENNEY'S ! 'C!~E YOUR COMKETE BACK TO SCHOOL WARDROBE AT PENNEY'S! MEET "jAN" She's somewhere be- S~#~ ' tit pueI I uee~l old and very style minded. She Needs-- SHOES .... ANKLETS... UNDIES... SKIRTS .. SWEATERS . . . DRESSES .... JACKET... COAT... Remember---not just any old thing, but like her big sister Jeanne, she wants to belong and look just as pretty as possible. MEET JOANNE She's just starting to school this year and is as excited as only a 6 year old can be. She Needs--- SHOES . . . ANKLETS . . . UNDIES... SKIRTS . . . SLACKS . . . SWEATERS... DRESSES... SNOW SUIT... HAT... And Remember that PENNEY'S are experts in styled clothing for All Americans Large or Small. All the things for Joanne are styled for her age group. MEET SLUGGER MEET "BUTCH" He's somewhere in the 6 to 10 year age group and a natural born tester of sturdiness. He Needs-- SHOES... SOCKS . . . UNDERWEAR . . . JEANS . . . SWEATERS... SHIRTS . . . SLACKS . . . JACKET . . . HATS... This stem- winder tries his best to go thr6ugh a pair of shoes a month-- but beat him to the punch morn. PENNEY'S are Specialists in giving him a run for his money. He may be anywhere between 8 and 18 old and looks UP to "Chuck." He Needs-- SHOES . . . SOCKS . . . UNDERWEAR . . . JEANS . . . SLACKS... SWEATERS... SHIRTS . . . JACKET . . . ALL WEATHER COAT... SPORT COAT . . . He's pretty cockey likes to give his a hard time, but he's good Joe and the best for his Let him outfit at the experts PENNEY'S. PENNEY's STORE HOURS:--Mon.-Tues.-Thurs. 9to 5---Wed. 9-12--Fri.-Sat. 9 to 9.