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IlU I I I I t ! 'q In the Jefferson County Schools, Espeoally Those Who Are. Starting This Year. We Wmh You ALL Good Luck and Happiness Throughout the School Year. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mrs. Beatrice Walters Gross of Saltzburg, Md. was a caller on Monday with Mrs. Jaulia Viands. Mrs. Gross used to be a frequent ~caller in our town when her un. cle Mr. Edward Waiters family resided here. I really was glad to see her as we hadn't seen each other for over fifty years. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David Lee spent the long holiday in Baltimore, Md. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and son Terry Lee and Mrs. Catherine Goliday and son Garry. Mrs. Beulah Fritts and neice Miss Linda Pulse of Middleway spent the long weekend holiday with her daughter Mrs. Doris Herndon and daughter Melody in Washington, D. C. Mr. Garry Goliday returned to his home in Baltimore, Md. Wed- nesday evening after spending two weeks with his cousin Mr. David Lee Henry. Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Rusty of Middleway, Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and daughter Sherri of Loudoun Heights, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and grand- daughter Donna Hovermale were Wednesday evening callers with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Celebrate Birthdays Misses Gisella and Linda Small wood, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smallwood celebra. ted their tenth birthday on Sun- day. A large birthday cake baked by their grandmother Mrs. Mau de Smallwood with ice cream was served. They received some nice preesnts along with wrist watch- es from their parents. They were born in Germany and were eight sen months old when they came Lawon taSc To Resume Monthly Meetings Sept. 12 In us ia they ave a in every hotel rc. m--only watches I you. Advertise in The Spirit.Advocate Lawson Botts Chapter, United rsacr.P.r.c:~.sao~P.P.r.~.rj:r.r.c'j.j-.~ Daughters of the Conufederacy will resume their monthly meet- ing, September 12 at.6:30 p. m. at the Ililleary Ilouse with a cover ed dish supper. Mrs. John tt. Mor ris will be the speaker. All mem- bers are asked to attend and to bring a friend. RANNY ANDERSON IN ARMY AT FORT JACKSON MOTOROLA RADIO -- TELEVISION HI- FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES WEBB'S RADIO & TELEVISION 222 West Washington St. Ranny Anderson, son of Mr. Charles Town, W.. Va.. and Mrs. Dempsey Anderson en- ]PHONE 487 listed in the Army Aug. 21 and ~,~m~,P~,r,l'.~,s'.~,~.M~.r,,~,~.,A ~s now serving basic training in ....... Ft. Jackson, S. C. Anyone car- ing to write him his address is: ................ __ Put. Randolph D. Anderson Jr., R. A. 13737073 Co. D 7th Bn. 2rid Tng. Regt., Fort Jacks6n, S. C. Charles Town Library To Be Open Each Day Beginning Monday, Sept. 11 and continuing through the Win- ter months, the Charles Town Public Library will be open every afternoon from 3 until 5 p. m. and each Friday night from 7:30 until 8:30 p. m. it was announced this week. II I t II The onUd "m" d Time Offer 3',4" professional model nylon bristle brush to the U. S. wtth purchase of 4 gallons or more of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vmnds Jr DAVIS ' best by and daughters Mary and Nancy . ,,. " spent the day Sunday at the test HOUSE PAINT Watermelon place of the Miller brothers near Berryville, Va. Master Jackie Viands celebra- ted his sixth birthday on the 29th ~ ~[ and his cousin Donald Lee Shir- ~x~l/tl/I ley was on the 30th, so they cele ~ "Best.~Ttst" brated by going to the circus on 11 [,l [.~J Wednesday ,and having cake and ice cream. After the show both l~J_'][[~il I received some nice and useful ACROSS FRO THE R presents Jackie received a wat- 'te M COU T HOUSE [ . ......... ] Gloss Whi ch Irom ms uaauy, J,ester vlanas COMMUNITY CORNEI STONE SINCE 1871 }from N.D. ~]~_..__~-- A MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I There's a Church Serwces For DAVIS HOUSE PAINT I ..... )Sunday At Calvary for eveff need! , ,a ,,,ltssemL" Pl....k SUN-FAST (0il Base) $6.50 gal. " - _ [ . IUU t, llUlUl ACRISATIN (Latex).. $6.50 gal. '" ' " " and Kenneth Lawrence, son of mother Mrs Charles Staubs were The Rev William P Reed pas- WHITEARMOR(1 Coat)$780 al. LTOWN [ Mr" and Mrs. Altn Muse receiv I visitors Thursday with Mr andItr f Calvary Assembly f Gd -" " " g B Mi ..... led the 8aerament of Baptism Sun[Mrs. Roy Jones and Mr. and Mrs. [located on Fairfax Boulevard on ~UME PROOF & MILDEW y as uorotny tmwers [day morning, during the regular lPaul Sullivan of Knoxville, Md. [FifthAvenue in Ranson announ: RESISTANT $6.50 gal. ..... ~ ...... ]worship service at the Presbyter-- I Served Turkey SuvDerjcea me zouowing scneaum oz ...... mr ann airs ram nilus ~r re. -- meetin s for Sund an .... inn Church here. Mr g ay d subse- and Mrs Charles Staubs ..... " .. .~ t ET/1 Samuel Granville Wright t s,~rw'~ ~ ,,,,~.,~= ,~ ..... c, ...~.. [q e. 'ghts. Sunday school --- --" turned to their home on Tuesday uent w ek m BUY IT AT azter spenamg me past week m .......... a ,.,-.,~- o.,,~,az/a 1 " " ...... Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gross and i h . t 0.00 a. m. morning worship Keyswlle Va. V~sltmg Mr and I d ~ .Tan~ ~f [4arnn~on ~,', Im prior of thew son-m-law and/service at 11"00 a m Event Mr ur T ar e " _au~.hter ........ m ........aaughter Mr and Mrs r~orman .... ng VALLEY HARDWARE C0. s Ma y W r n and Cam .. "[were weekend guests of the for-IT4o~O~r ~na ~hilar~ M'.,1.`4 .... ,4 Evangelistic serv~,ee at 7:30 p. m. ny: .~ ........ l mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. El. IS"teve~wh-o'-wi~'l"ieav= w":,~'a"~,,~':'~ [Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors PHONE 278 airs. ~ennem urnaortt ana ram- Wri~,ht I.. , . ,, ~ -- .... ,,a -,,-lmeet ~t 7.3a n m 'rh.red~v ......... ~. .... umizornia where they will make -~ ,, v: ............ , o =o ., ure M .ooand j Mr and Mrs Alec Costello and [their home Present for thd occas J B ble Study at 730 p m CHARLES TOWN, W. V A. ~'~-~er~e v~is~'t'o~ ~. "~_';"~=~.' ]daughter, Mary Lane aeffompan-lion besides the above mentioned[ . . ~,, ....... =a ..... "J ie b M ' d y rs. Costello s father Mr were Mr and Mrs Meredith Ax- noon at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Edwin Cleven er left b motor [ " " " " William Hoak and Miss Dnrothv I g Y ,hne and family of Brunswick, | FOR h COMPLETE WEEKLY NEWSPAPFR ......... und " / ........... r ......................... ...... a~_ ._~ u.. ,~_.~^_~lon S ay for Ashvflle, N. C. I Md, Mr and Mrs Douglas Brack - ,~ ,-. , ....... ........ l here hey will spend a week [ett and daughters of Ransom and _ / ann ,ne,r ,**~, ,pun were a.atovr ' .... B U Y T H E --- ..... ~ - .- ~ --Iw~th the latter s brother-m-law Mr and Mrs Charles Harden of Day wee~ena guests ot ~r an~ a sis r " "" u,,o m,,h...,4 n.~].,,, ~,,~....,~,,~. [ nd te Mr. and Mrs. Ural Carl 1 PRtsburg Pa. / Town - " ' I " I ~*,r ................. o, .... ~ u~/ " MRS'-n~ "" ' "~ "' "~ " 1 MessrsWilliam Blackford and'Shepherdstown and Mr and Mrs | ~ ~d ~ ~1~ ~ ~k d at. a u mrs ~naries ~pa~es " r " " " ann ,mlh, ~,,,,~oa ~oct ,~oot. ,,, [Frank Simons were m Washing- Ha ry Dmges of Ranson were sup ~k~Hi[~4~il' ~ tm~l~i~l[11~ll~lk~ ~ ~ ~1 Char l'~s/~OWren ,~r2o~:,i~e:~;S= it~e2e:.t~n ~vU:day~oh.e~itch;Y perelg~e/:; SrU.n::(~ fo~M~s. NathI ~~;~ ulI qlltv nu euta;i r ."Y""~ _ ~.'" " .~;;"'~.~. .... _ I baseball game. ' I ' ' mr ana Mrs A~mn Muse aria t ' " Mr. and Mrs John Peacher of wo sons Timothy and Kenneth l Martinsburg' Ylrs Earl Peacher Local Insurance Agents I ,~. st~nt Sunda,, with the for'-'er's I ...... " ....... I x'-' .... =own, W. Va.) ~S M a ..... ,. -/aria son Ulltton mo~oreu to until-ira], p k ~.. IF | m her rs. ~entry L. Mu~e agoJ ieothe, Ohio on Sunday wheret win r0ur- /0 i family in Leesburg, Va. ]they remained overni=ht return: I pay/rip ~ Complete Local and Jefferson County News Cover- .Mr. and Mrs. William Strong. [ ing home on Monday going there I IM----M_ t*tL. ~ ..... ~ [ age -- Photos -- Sports -- and Classified Page... Full nmer and l!ttle M!ss Tina Finney I to visit Mr. Leon Peacher a pa. Immnnc uff, rageam I News Coverage of ALL News Events. zrocg ot wasnington, u. t~. and j tient in veteran s Haspitat. I . nd Mrs B L Thomas Mr [ TM:SnEd~oanrd Young of Charles] Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitt. Ia ~r.a . . . ; .j T , a g with Mrs. Ida Cos- ington are receiving congratulat. I n Mrs. G. H. Moore, Jr., Mr. O N S A L E tello and family of Halltown were ions on the birth of a son born and Mrs. B. W. Kave and Mr. and At Your Nearest News Stand--10 cts.--or by mail in West Virginia---S3.50 plus 10 ts. tax. FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS JEFi'i ISHING C'O. IHC. Phone 222 Charles Town, W. Va. S---P, TItURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, CALL VISIT OUR FOR YOUR CHARLES TOWN 899 OR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE ! Beautifully Tailored Knit Dresses with the Continental look! Belgium and Italian imports. .$14.95 to .$1995 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '::::2:~:i;~.i:".~:::~:~'~;::~ i, dressed from top sizes 7 to 14--3 to 6x $ Expanded Vinyl with thick Orlon pile (cotton back). White with Black, and other colors $ sizes 8 to 20 PENNEY'S STORE HOURS: .... MON.- TUES.- THURS 9 to 5---WED. 9 to 12---FRI - SAT. 9 to 9., i m your Doctor's prescrip- tions to this Reliable pharmacy. So~ make no~e to try us next timel the saying goes. And you at# sure when you bring "Sure as sun time," I _ It I I iI .J it , _ . ! mortal Park at 12:30 P. M. sharp. look like fur. Grey, PENNEY'S OWN SUPPLOIN VINYLS Green. HAND WASH employees in a clerical capacity. RODEFER----WA~UNION The Rodefer-Wa're Reunion will be held this Sunday, Septem ber 10 at the Charles Town Me. full time life underwriters and 3 burg, is managed by Mr. G. w. Reynolds. It is staffed with 19 will participate in a program of planned recerational, educational and sales training activities. The Company's local office at 107 East Burke Street, Martins- Orlon Acrylic beL muff wool and Other fibers. Twill Lined (Cozily In- terlined with blend of Wool 'n Rayon. Rayon their destination in chartered, air conditioned buses. In Atlantic City they will join over 400 Corn puny Convenuoneers from an eight state area and while there They won the four day holiday by performing outstanding ser- vice to their policyholders and a. chieving production quotas set by the Company during a contest period which began July 4, 1960 and ended June 30, 1961. Qualifi- cation rules permitted wives to attend the meetilag with their husbands During their stay in the fam- ous "Beauty Capital of the Wor- ld", the group will attend the Miss America Pageant. They will travel to and from - $:O0-..Cloee4 ~), and Thend~ "IO~PilN ~(]8 B, Aplmlataumt Only.- Phone '35 1111 I!. Chs=l~ fit, Charles Town, W. V~ Fashionable blen of AND MUFF" , ORLON HAT COAT ADDS held at the Traymore Hotel, At- ..... qantic City, New Jersey to be I DR. VERA FISCIIEI Optomet'ri t held there Sept. 7-10. Their wives ! ~ EXAMI:NED -- GL&SSE8 FITTEDare accompanying them on the Hem~:--$:4S trip. visitors Sunday at the home of last Monday in Winchester Mem.[Mrs. E. L, Chrisman, top insur- the former s nephew and neice orial Hospital. This is their, sec- ance producers of the local Peo-[ I pies Life Insurance office, de-~ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd at."Be,ond child the other a little girl, allair" near Halltown. I Pamela. parted today (Thursday) to at* Timothy Miller Anders, son of Mrs. Norman Hostler and fam- tend their company's 1961 Agen-[ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders ily of Alexandria, Va. and her cy Leaders' Conference being ZIBLLINE t0 toe ii iii! o. occasion... !iii: TiI RD DOES Tilt l|lCg ::i!i:~:::!:!:i~:i:~:~!:!:~:i:i-'.::i:~:~i:?.~:~3:.:i:i:':~i~-~ '- o 1 62 s Choice ....now twice good for OUR OWN AUSTELLES For AUSTELLE FALL HAND WASH ALL THE WAY Pem ey's own all the way! 2 Styles now as well Our Famous Jackets in as 3 fine woolens. All incorporating our fa- 3 top mill fabrics. Cord-' mout point for point tailoring! Choose---color ed, smooth cottons. flashed tweel, highly polished zybeline, or lush Penncurl (Acrylic Pile, plus---in either the ring-around collar or the cotton backed) collar- curved--yet--contr olled full coat ! Every im- hood: portant color Misses Sizes to 18. .95 55 1 2 sizes -8 to 20