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LOCAL AND PERSONAL By Mrs. G. E. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fri%ts and fatally ~f *Baltimore, Md. spent ~unday at .the home of Mr. and {Mrs. Eben Frills near Bolivar. Roy. and Mrs. Harry Hager and dau,ghter Joyce of Westminister, ~Id. were in ,town on last Thurs- day and called on [Mrs. Edna Kern and others who were former par- lshoners. Rev. Hager served as ~stor of both local [Methodist Churches a few years ago. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carper and d~ugh.ter Ga,i,l of Bal.timore, Md. were visitors at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Henretta on Bunday. Miss Carper was enroute Newport News, V a. where She ~s a member ol ,fine Hlgh School ~acuity. : ~Mrs. J. Donald Cackles returned ::home on Tuesday morning after a pleasant visit with rein.tires in IMonte~cello Ark. and in Tulsa, Ok lahomu. Slle eljoyed fine wea- ther Wi.thout the in,tense heat and ~humidity that has preeailed and no c~an,ges in ~eac~er~. ACTIVITIES IN . . . Charles Woodward and his sis- .tar Jinx Woodmard of Berryville, Vs. spent the weekend wit~ their I AND' E )L ~ ~ t Auvill.Uncle and aunt [Mr. and Mrs. Carl ~Senator Jennings Rand~olph was Telephone 2492 ,a vis,itor in Harpers Ferry and Bol.ivar a few days ago. He was a v~sitor at the home of .in ,this area, ~0hroughou.t ,most of lY~payor and Mrs. Wm. Ramey and Ithe summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Cava:lier. Mr. Win. Flanagan of Bakerton [Mrs. Edna Kern was a visitor ~t who has `been seriously ill and in ~he .home of Mrs. Sam Wheeler ,a hospi,~al in Was~ngton, D. C. near H,agerstow~, Md. recen.tly. I,for three ,weeks is now ~t his !Mr. and Mrs. Jaco'b ~ggborn ~ome and ]s ~morovmg slowly but 'pc ~ and~y afternoon in W~sh ]~s)tisf,actorly. [Mr. Harry ~earn, a ington, D. C. ,(bro%her-in-l~w brough him home ~IV/r. arid Mrs. James Stiles ~f l accompm.~ed by [Mrs. Flanagun Boynton Beach, Florida are spend I who had bene at her brothers ing tqhis week at the home of Mrs. home in order to be near her bus J. L. l~ackles and each evening ~ iband during his illness, ffney visited t~eir friends ,Mr. and I Harpers Ferry HitCh ,Scho(d op- [Mrs. Carl E. Bremer, also of Boy ened on Tuesday morning with an n.ton Beach, Fla. who are visiq~ing enrollment of 252 students and .their son-dn-t~w an~l daugh~ter [Mr. ~between 15 and 20 to repor~ with and Mrs. Fred Deven,port. The ia t~he ne~t day or two. There are ~former is a Park Ranger for Na~- ~four new teachers as .follows: Mr. ional Park [Monument. Ronald Rice, ,~thletic coach 'and 'Mr. a,nd Mrs. Bremer heave spent teacher of Matl~amatics, Mr. Win. ~he punt three weeks ~ith rel,ati- Burke, As'st. coach and teacher yes in New Jersey a~ter a visit of social studies; Mr. Harold Bus ~yi,th ,their daughter and family on ay, Science teacher and [Mrs. their arrival in this area. ,h~ary Childers, Home Ec. and Eng ' Quite a number o:f women from lish ,teaCher. The Elemen,'tary ,this area wen,t to work for the S,chool opened w,i,th 250 Studer~ts ~iussel~n~n Co. ~n Inwood on Tues day morning. The Orame property on Zerger AHTIQU[ SAL[--LABOR DAY 10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.)--2/z Miles Northwest Sharpsburg, Md., '/z Mile West Route 65 A Fine Collection of OLD FURNITURE, GLASS, IRON, BRASS, COPPER, OLD BOOKS, FRAMES, INDIAN RELICS, GUNS, SWORDS. LLOYD A. KNAUFF CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. P. O. BOX 463 GENERAL TYPES OF ) CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. NEAR F AGANS .MILL) ...... PHONE 28-F-022 (RESIDENCE St. in Bolivar is undergoing re- .pairs ~nd improvements. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glover of ~l~l~hersburg, Md. were visitors at ,the home of [Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb on Sund~y and Mso a~ttend- ed the Homecoming and 126th An niversary at t~e Ebeneezer Moth odist Church. ~ir. and Mrs. Harvey Caff~er of ~a~t~nu, Fla. wiho are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Edmondson spent lust ~eek ~n ~ashinSton, D. C. 'Mrs. WIHiam Smallwood of near Millville is a patien.t in Clmrles Town General Hospital. (Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ~ndes of WeSt Newton, ,Pa. spen.t t~e week end at t~he home of the formers `brother-in-19m and sister Mr. ,and Mrs. Lloyd Hough. [Mr. Robert Rutherford who ,has been hospiVal~ized for qm~e some ~t~,me is now ~t his home and is showing some 4mprovemer~t. ,Mr. A. J. BaHenger, .president off the Friendship Fire Company of ,Bolivar-Harpers Ferry has announ ced that gross amount from the Carnival held reeen.tly was $3160,- 00. The net ,profi.t will be given in this column in abou.t two weeks. Mr. Ballenger wi~es to tl~ank ev eryone ~ho helped in any way to make the Carni,~al a success. The Ladies who ,prepared the o od are to be con gra~ulv%ed on their fine job well done. [Mr. Tom Daiiey was chairman of the Parade Corn mittee and Mr. Frank Albrecht ~was chairman of E~e Ways and :[Means Commi%tee. Mrs. O. A. Webb spen~t last week wi~ Mr. and Mrs. 1V~arvin WaiLers in Pleasa~tville, [Md. , p, m, DON'T HAVE TO BE TALL-LCOME AND SEE A PREVIEW OF FALL STYLES! We will be at Our New Location--I-mile South of Strasburg--Junctions of Routes 11 and 601, Fishers Hill. ADMISSION AND REFRESHMENTS FREE. MUSIC BY "BUDDY" PAINTER REFRESHMENTS BY PRESTON (DOOR PRIZES) * Certainly, we'll . * compound your Doctor's prescriptions . promptly-- and precisely as directed. , In addition, we'll * accord you courtesy . and consideration. prompted by a sincere . desire to serve you well. We hope you'll . drop in often--make this your Family . Drug Store. ** NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town. W. Va. / STRASBURG, - - - VIRGINIA (PHONE NO. HObart 5-3251) In Packing For College, Some Things Must Be Left Behind BUT THE NEED NOT BE ONE OF THEM. It Can Go With You For Nine Months For Our Special Student Subscription Rate Of Plus 5 Cents Tax in West Virginia Fill in the Order Form Below, Giving Us A Date With Which to Start Your Subscription. ~TUDENT'$ NAME ........................................ ~EGIN WITll 18SUE OF .................................. ADDRESS ................... ~ ......... , ................... CITY ............ ........................................ ,. Enclosed Check. WILL YOU lie IIElID If a serious accident should hit you today or to- morrow, will you be ready for the large medical bills which are sure to fo|low? One of our Accident poll- cies will help you pay such bills as well as provide a regular income during your disability. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency, 120 E., Washington Street ' Charles Town, W. Vs. Telephone 216 I Mr. and Mrs. Ron d foffman and ~amily have moved from the Angelo proper~y on Wusb2ng~on Stree~ to the Cooper cottage near ,the local high school. I The MYrF ,of the Bollear Meth- odist C~urch Iheld their mon.thly ,business meeting on laser Sunday l evening with a g~od a~tendance ~of members 'present. Officers will ~epten~ber. Those presen,t dec~ded ,to resume serving refreshments in the near ,future a~%er each meet ing on Su.nduy evening. A mime- ograph machine .will be purchased by ,the group so(re. Lieut. 'and Mrs. Jack Horn and ,little son Doug who have been ,sis iting w~,th tlhe formers paren~ Mr. ~and Mrs. Mark Horn for the pas~ ,ten days le~ ffor C l~rleston, W. Va. a few day~ ago, ,v~here [Mrs. ,Horn and son will remain with re la~ves for ~w~ie. L~. Horn will drive to San Francisco, Cal.if. and ~from ~here he will go by plane to Kedena A~r Force Base, Okinawa Where he w~ll be stationed. Mrs. H~rn ,will join l~m as soon as llv- ~,g quarters can be arranged. Mrs. R~bert Blue of ~harleston, W. Va. is v~sl~ng her sister Mrs. Tom Rissler of I-Izrpers Ferry and ~er mother Mrs. Daasy FriSts in .the coun.ty. The annual Sunday School pic nic of members and friends of the Camp Hill Methodist Church was ~held on last Monday af~ernoc~u at Braddock ~e:lg~ts with a good at- tendance. Mr. Charles W~itmore "spen.t ',lust week wi@h his niece Mrs. Fred Bell in Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Vili,iam Henretta spen~ last week in 'Philadelphia, Pa. a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murvin Small. They were accom- pa, nied by Mr. 'and Mrs. Herman Maynard of Jones Spring, W. Va. ~Ir. Wager Rlssler spen.t the week end wish friends in Keyser, W. Va'. (Mrs. Harold Dietz and a friend ~Irs. Hutzer of Hell.m, 'Pa. were visl,tors at the home of Mrs. Edna Kern on Monday. Mrs. Dletz is a neice of Mrs. Kern. (Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reynolds 'and ctaughter Money of Smitl~burg ~Id. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ed wards. 126 Anniversary and Homecoming The annual Homecoming and 1,26th Anniversary held at the Eb neezer Methodist Church in a nearby Vlrginda on Sunday, Aug. 30 w~s well attended and bath the morning ~nd a~ternoon programs ,were most/n.tere,~ng and s,pe~ndid ly rendered ,wi,0h plenty ~f .talent on h~and both local and from a dis i .lance. The program consisted o,f music, bot~ vocal ,and instrumen~ts ~present~tion of flowers, presen~a- I~on of Church History, Dediva~ioa of Water Y~urR~in, Dedication of ~r'a~rs, shor~ '~Iks by the pastor and many very i,n.teresblng even~ including t~e lovely ;l~m dinner wi,~th al,1 l~*a~ goes wi,t~ it. Mr. P,~ber~ Hardy. chairman of ,the committee ~and all who worl~ed ~o he)p to m~ke this affair a success w~here old school friends and for, ,mer residents could meet together ~wish ~o 0hank everyone who hel,p ed in any w~y wi~h t~s Homecom ing and Anniversary event. The re,any ladies who did the cooking, d'eser~e a lot, of thanks and apprec : ~a~i=o,n and they lm.ve it from the large crowd preser~t who ,enjoyed ~he delicious dinner. M~any people 10ok forward to this affair annual 'lY'Mr . ,and Mrs. Lloyd *Hou~ Sr. rece~,ved "a letter from Cheer son ~fc. Lloyd Hough Jr. recently s tat .ing ~r'at he was well and getting along O. K. in Korea. He h~:d re- con.ely spe~t ~ ta~o weeks leave in J~pan and wrote ~that he ,found the country very ,fascinating and was glad ~hat he had gone t~here. He ~as six more months ~o serve ~n ~he U. S. Service Ibe/ore coming !to the S~ates. He has met ,with Forrest Wll- lingham of Mil,lville, a ~ormer school mate, Jesse Da~ley of ~ar- pers Ferry is enro~te ,home :from Korea. Mrs. Austin (Mater who has been a pavement in Kings Daushters 'Hospi,tal ~for ~'he past ten days re turned ~to her ;home on Tuesday and is getting al(xng nicely. Supt. and [Mrs. Frank ,H. An- derson of ~arpers Ferry Na.t~onal Monumen,t have returned home af .ter a two weeks vavation spent in Ma~ne. Mr. and (Mrs. Arthur Sullivan an nounce the birth of a daugh.ter born a ,few d,ays ago ,in Charlse [~ng ,General Hospi.tal and wei- 7 lb. and 4 oz. B~he has been rmzned S~aron ~ary. This is ,the second child. 'Mrs. Suliiv~n's mo- ther (Mrs. Tom Oahill of Brook line M~ass. v~me `by 'plane .to be wi.th her daughter and ~amily. (Mrs. Sul iieax~ and ,babies sCUll return home :width her ~lOrtJher in a few days by plane ~o spend a month w~th her parents, Mr. Suil~lvan is connevted with the Park Service t,n H~rrpers Ferry. (Mrs. C. E. Dudrow en.ter~ained Eae C~rden Depar, tme~t of ,t>he Womans Club ~t her h~me on Ja~cksc,n ,St. on Wednesday even- ing. After ~buslness 'was .trans ~tod delicious refreshments were ser- ved and a social ~our enjoyed. Joanie Wii~ers 11 year old dau- Sh~er of Mr. and ,Mrs. Ned Win- =ters is confined to her home on Ca~np ~Iill suffering with ~, Pain- ~ully ~m0t~red ,leg ~u~bained in an acciden.t ~hi,le .the members ~f ,the Camp Hi,ll [Methodist Church were g~thering ~n preparation $or going on--~e ~mnual Sund'ay ~choM picnic. Joanie was immed- ,lately removed ,to Charles Town General Hospl:t~l, suffering in%on= se ,pain. ~t ~vas ,found' eha the break ,was rather unusual, the bone ~being cracked ~f ~glt~t fro~ above it*he 'ankle ~ear~*to .t~e knee Sire still suffers quite a bi,t of pain at ~imes ~ut is g~ttin,g ~'long nice- ly :and lmr many frlends will be glad when she is ,we,ll again. ~s- ~bly JouTde ~likes cards. Former Local Residents Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. John Sodic of t7)8 1~arahurst Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio announce .the ~birth of a ~b~by ~irl, weighing 5 l:b~. 7 oz. on Tl~urs day, Augm% 27,th This is the ~-"c,- ond daughter .in ~the ,family. Mrs. Sodlc is the former Mary Louise Trundle, daughter ~f l~frs. George W. James of ,this city and l te eel Tvua e ot Bake:con. I ,I,,H,,, rs. ' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Mr. and Mrs. John Vehithair i md sn Kei'th if Harpers Ferry THURSDAY' SEPTEMBER "~"1959 ,~ were Sunday guests with [Mr. and [Mrs. Howard Everhart and fam-in~ by R~vices will be conducted eaChnamn !even-!(,ieaners Meet 'I uesday At I iiy. The quotations of The Blue l~d Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs o:~h-e i-farv' rJFh~rrW~igl~ ~:'~urr'Hme Mrs, Kable Johnson ~e, y .... "- -------- ge 'Livestock Sales at Charles ,and childre~n David, Ruby, Oary, oh. Roy. Wright formerly of l~all- I Town [Monday, Aug. 31, 1959. Lind~a, Randall and Sandra and ing Waer~ is a graduate of Shep[The Gleaners Class of the Me- herd Colle.. a~nd W sley m, - ~ ~ . ,, ' Recei:pts of cows and calves Ron,ald Rod.gers motored to Ocean ~e e" Se ~n thodist Church will meet at the on ' el om at S O0 home oi Mr.~ K%ble Johnson on ~eavy wi~h a good demand ,for all City, Md. on Thursday, Aug. 20th ary. Every e is w c e . I .... and enjoyed the day. p. m. each evenin~ g. ]Sou~h. Oeorge Street on Tuesday choice hogs and veal. ~VIr. Paul Stouts of Neersville, [Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Jr.[ mght, Sept. 8 at 8 o clock. Feature of sale was hogs too '$15.50; veal $34.75.torsVa" werewi~th Thursd~alY:his brot~hereVeningand~,, familyV'isi" of Charles To~n were Sund~y ] guests of ,his parents Mr. and ~Irs. ~ New plan is studied for loans Choice butcher steers none; [Mr. and Mrs. Vernon S~aubs. igood butcher steers 25.00 to 26.75; Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daugh- Ernest Houser Sr. and daughter. [to co-ops. !plain to medium steers 22.00 ,to ter Ruby were callers on Tuesday 24.00; choice butcher heifers none evening with Mrs. Effie Fields in good but(~her heifers 22.00 ,to 23.- Ranson, W. Vs. 50; plain to medium heifers 17.00 Mrs. Roland Seaubs and family ROYD'S PLUMBING AND iI[ATIHG 'to 21.00; good ~bulis 21.50 to 23.20; of Baltimore, Md. spent Wednes- plain to medium bulls 17.50 to 21.- day night with Mrs. Hazel Staubs 00; corr~merciai cows 18.50 ,to 19., and family. 50; utili.ty cows 17.00 to 18.00; Mrs. Hazel S.taubs and family . canners .and cutters 16.75 down; were visitors in Frederick, )Md. on Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks and cows 'by the head up .to 239.00; Monday. stock and ,feeder steers 22.00 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Staubs a~nd . . 28.00; stock heifers and bulls by the formers mother Mrs. Loons Dralnflelds -- Stone and Dirt the head u'p to 185.00; Choice ,to prime ,calves 32.00 to 34.75; good butcher calves 26.00 to al.00; 'medium butcher calves 22.- 00 to 25.00; ,thin calves 21.00 down heavy calves 20.00 .to 30.00; B:lue head grade lar~bs 23.50; red ,head grade lambs 21.50; red shoulder grade lambs 18.00; but- cher ewes 3.00 .to 6.00; stock ewes per head none; 'butcher hogs 15.00 to 15.- 50; medium butcher *hogs 13.50 to 14.75; heavy Ibutcher hogs 13.00 to 15.00; butcher sows 10.00 to 13.00; heavy :feeders and ,light butcher hogs 13.00 to 16.00; shoats per hundred 19.7,5 down; ,pigs per head 8.00 down; heavy `boars uP to 7.40; ~tags none; sows and pigs none; stock `boars 8:00 to 12:00. (Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-dAvestock Sales 1:30 ~P. M. each :Monday. Annual ~'eeder Calf Sate ~riday, Oct. 16. Staubs of Neersviile, Vs. were Wed nesday evening visitors with Mrs. Vernon Staubs and ,family. 'Funeral services were held on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock a. m. for IMilford Lee Staubs, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staubs of Mt. Mission ,at Silver Grove MeVhod,ist Church by Rev. C. W. Lloyd. Survivors are the par ants a~nd .two sisters Beverly and Rhond~ and a brother Tommy. Bearers Ior the funeral were small boys. They were Roland Staubs Jr. Robert Sterling Jr., Gary S~aubs, Terry Davis, Norman Jackson, and Ray ,Cook. Flower boys were Lyle Cook, Delrrmr Cogle, Leroy Lon- gerbeam, Calvin Cogle, Ker~neth Pdper and Randall Staubs. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hoffmas- PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Easy Tern~ Low Down Payment. Trade-In. Come in Tod~yI CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA FOR YOUR ,ter and ffamily of Rockvrtle, Md. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose were recen~t guests of his mother Mrs. (Madge Molar and family. ~Miss Donna~wood of War- Mrs. Ada Molar is visiting her son~in-ia,w and doughtier Mr. and CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR ,pars Ferry visited Miss Ida :~ary Mrs. R~vdand A~stin in Oham~ers Butler Wednesday. VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Mr. and Mrs. ~erry Wells and burg, Pa. [Mr. Howard Oageby s,pent S~tur- Mr. and [Mrs. Berkeley Winters day with Mr..and Mrs. W. E. (}age and sons of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Blanche Lewis were Sunday bY~vIrs. Leone Potts visited Mrs. evening guest~ o~ Mr. and /Mrs. Lena IAghtner in Washington last R(~bert Watson. Mfllville Plant No. 899 Charles Town week. Miss Alma Lee Knott of [Mar- Marfinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 ~Mrs. Lena Ambrose and [Miss insburg was the weekend guest of Dorrene Gageby visi,ted Mrs. Car- her paren~ ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles rie Johnson a0d Mr. and Mrs. Knott and f~m~ly. Floyd Milton and son in Miiiville Mrs. F. A. Hill who has beenIlll I I visi~ng a,t ~he home of Mr. and Thursd~ay. , Mrs. R. P. Hoffman "~nd Edward Mrs. Manna Martin and bro- ~ther Mr. Raleigh Snowden spent Lee Cole since 'the death of iMrs. ~he weekend in Martlnsburg with Ess~e Manuel returned home on [Mr. and ,Mrs. Bill Gaithers. Sunday. --Short, Long or Intermediate Term (Land Bank Mrs. Josie Pulliam and Mrs. The Adult Class of the Me,tho- or PCA)---For Any Farm Purpose. Thelma Bohror of Gaithersburg dist ChurOh held ~lts regular mon- spen.t Wednesday wiVh' their uncle ,thly and bu,siness meetings at b'he ---Repayment Plan to Fit Farm Income--- and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gage church on Friday evening due ~he rain the 'hamburger fry was --Credit Life Insurance Available if Desired-- 'bYl~Ir. and Mrs. John Welty and held wt ,~he 'home of [Mr. and [Mrs. son of W~ynesboro, Pa. spent Mon Edgar [Mills and daughters and with [Mr. and [Mrs. T. W. Wel Mrs. Anna ~Iary Hetzei. DIT C0 nP tyday and family and Mrs. 'Ruth Mr. and [Mrs Mack .vin and FARM CRE __. s~n of Decatur, Georgia were re- . W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. Sec.- treas. Clog. and [Mrs. Marvin B reeden cent guests of (Mr. ,and Mrs. He,'-] a~d family visi,ted Mr. ann ,a~. ber, t Irvin. t~/arr~,:~reeden and family S m- A ~piritual Life Miss~n will be [Mondays---County Agent's Office - 10 - 12 Standard Time day at~ummi.t Point. held at the ~akeron Methodist ~Mrs. Betty Kidwiler, [Mrs. Cal- ~hurch Beginning Sept. 13 and[ Dial Shepherdstown 4441 or Martinsburg AM 7-8011 vin Butler and daughter Id!a 'Mary con,tinulng through Sept. 18. ~er- I I I I II IIlll Misses Donna Gageby and Norms Lee Jenkins visited Mr. and Mrs. Cl~.ison Henkle at Falls Church, Va. Tuesday. They all ,went on a shopping tour .too. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dolly, daughter and son of Cumberland visited Mr. and [Mrs. J~mes My- ers a~d daughter and Mr. and !Mrs. Stanley Eye and ,daughter .the past week. Miss Dorrene 'Gageby spent Sun d~y wi~h Miss Carolyn Hoffmaster at Bake~ton Sunday and helped Carolyn celebrate her 18th btr- thd~ay. Mrs. Hoffmaster ~ave her d~ughter a family birthday party. [Mr. and [Mrs. H. C. Ambrose ac- wompanied Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett to Loudotm Heights, Va. Sunday to the Annual Homecom- ing of the 126th anniversary of The Ebeneezer Methodist Chur- v2~ which ,they all enjoyed very much. We would like to commend them for the u,pkeep of their ~hurch and nice dinner t~hey ser- ved and their hospi%ality. ~Mr. James Martin of Baltimore ~pent Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Clegg and ~Ir. and 'Mrs. T. W. Wel ~y and sons. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard A lawn party Will'be held ~Satu~ day evening Sept. 5 a.t 6~p, m. o,n the :church l~wn here. Everyone is invited. Mr. Vernon Staubs returned to his home on Thursday evening lmm the Charles Town General Hospital where he was a patient since Monday. Mr. Gilbert Staubs of Baltimore. Md. was a visitor Wednesday ~ight ~rlth (Mr. and iMrs. Vernon ~baubs and ~amily. PRICED. FROM m According to Size and Color WARNgR PHONE 796 CHARLES TOWN, W. YA. 'Mr. and (Mrs. Robert Epistler of Bal,~more, Md. spent from Fri- day until M~nday with %he iabters f~other Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and mily. Thursday guests of Mr. and ,Mrs, Vernon Stau,bs were Mrs. Ef ~fie ~ields of 1:tanson, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Frank ~Appson &rid dau- ghter Mrs. !~ichard laoston, Mrs. Prarmes Kennedy and a friend all of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. 1~aymond Cole and famfly of Alexandrla, Va. (Mrs. Gloria Seal and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and eMldren, Mrs. Roland ~taubs and family ap.d Mr. ,~llbe~t Staubs of Baitlmore, Md, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ~taubs,- (Mrs. Lcona Staubs of Neers~ille, Va. al hcrc for t~he ~un eral of ,thi rnephew l~iI~ord Sea l~bs. ~fr. a~d Mrs. Junior Grove and .son were callers with the l~tters paren~bs tMr. and Mrs. Thomas Lon ,gcVb~am in Chestnut ~ill. S~hool days again are here an exciting ,time for a ,few of our young Iolks. They are just start- lng in ~or the first time Arlene Maphis, Debbie Longevbe~, Dla ne ,Grove, Slmron Grove, Bta~c Grove, Jeanne Wilsor~. Mr. and Mrs. Earl R0dgers of Bz~n~wick, ~VId. were ~a.turday night guests ~i,t~ ~t,he former~ par eat Mr. nct Ce pteaa I ct-