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i A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts II II Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler, left Tltursday morning to enter the University of West Virginia at Morgantown for the ensuing term. Master William Woodward, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry tam Woodward and family of Bakerton and Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Shiley of Bardane were weekend callers with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby and Bobby Ward. Pvt. Glenn Viands who spent the week with ,his grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands, returned to Fort Eustis, Va. on Monday even- ing. He is to be sent to Vietnam. He spent Friday evening with his parents in Romney and attended the ball game between Romney and Charles Town. He also spent Sunday afternoon with his grand- mother, Mrs. Ada Jackson in Marlowe. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were Sunday evening callers with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Ashby, had the misfortune on Wednesday to fall off the fence at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward at Ba- kerton and break his leg. He was taken immediately to the Charles Town General Hospital and had it put in a cast. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and nephew Gregory Viands were here Monday evening on their way back to their new home at Golden Beach, Md. Mr. and Mrs. William Clonts of Chattanooga, Tenn., spent several days the past week with their brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Bush. Mr. and Mrs. Ott and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry are sporting a new car. My deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Dorothy Popkins and faro- Joe Wheeler and family and his .... ---- -:- Mr and Mrs. H. R. Crock had mother, Mrs. Charlotte Rantan NEWS OF INTEREST FROM as tl~eir guests during the past PERS FERRY- of Hampton, Va., spent the week- weekend Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I Isherwood and daughter, Bonnie,tendedend withihetheBushBUShreunionfamily onandsun-at" from Suitland, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Logston of Springfield, day. , By Mrs. Reid Geronimo W. Va., Mrs. Dorothy TimbrookofMr'Ranson,and MrS.Mr andCharleSMrs. SlusherDonald and daughter, Martha, and Mr. Magaha and daughter of Middle- DIAL 535-6528 - RFD, HARPERS FERRY, W. VA, and Mrs. Junior Knott and chip way were Sunday visitors of Mr. ily on the tragic death of her ,husband, Mr. William Popkins that occurred Friday afternoofi at the Paper Board at HalltoWfi. His son, Mr. Wayne Popkins and family live in our town, and Will- iam was wetl-known in our little village. He will be missed by all who knew him. ", ...... , :, ........ ,. ,,-, dren from Augusta. Miss Pat Rissler of Washing- and Mrs. Joe Milton. ton, D. C. sper t the long holiday and Mrs. Robert Horn and spending the past two months l Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, Mr. Mrs. Melvin Fritts and Miss weekend with her parent , Mr. daughter, Geri, were recent visi- ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and fam- Ruby Lloyd spent Saturday after- and Mrs Lewis Rissler and her tors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moler. I ily and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner noon and Sunday afternoon, along sister, Susan. Roger Forsythe and daughter, Miss Mary Ann Prentice, dough-ILudan and family recently visit- with Mr. Fritts with friends in Mrs. Alvie Plotner received a Monique, in Annapolis, Md. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pren- ed relatives and friends in Luray Frederick, Md. letter from her son, Kenneth, Mrs. Jay Eackles ,and family of tice, has returned to Chicago and Stanley, Va. I Mr. Nelson Bush and Mr. Mel- who is stationed in the Marines Luray, Va., spent Sunday with his where she is employed as chief Ladies of the National Park em- Pin Fritts were among the ones at Paris Island, S. C., that he had mo her, Mrs. Mary Eackles. programmer for the Chicago Ex- ployed in the lower section sur- from Meehanicstown that attend- given a pint of blood to a Marble Mrs. Daisy Marks is 'recuperat- truded Steel Co. She recently re- prised Mrs. I4ilda Staubs with a ed the funeral of the late William in Vietnam who needed the type ing at home after being indis- turned from a two aand half cake and candles on her birthday Popkins, which was held Sunday of blood that Kenneth had. months tour of twenty European countries Mrs. Dorothy Darling is on va- cation from her position at the Charles Town General Hospital and is spending it at Wildwood, New Jersey. Mrs. Bessie Steinbrum is recu- perating at the home of her daughter after undergoing suc- cess-ful eye surgery in Evansvil.le, Ill. She will not return to her home in Harpers Ferry before the last of October. On Sunday, September 25, at Aug. 30. a, ternoon at the Murrill Hill Misses Mona and Mary Jane Sp/5 Gary Viands has returned Ghurch. Wolfe of t akerton were the Fri- from Korea and after spending Mrs. Josephine Johnston spent day evening callers with Misses forty-five days leave with his fam- Wednesday afternoon with her Mary and Nancy Viands. ily here, he will be stationed at mother, l rs. Milton Popkins in F(irt Eustis, Va., taking his wife Kabletown. Glad to hear that Mrs _-'- --- _ - and daughter, Dawn, with him. tPPkins is feeling much better." Mrs. Viands was formerly MissI Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts Sandra Littleton. ! spent Saturday eveningwith friends in Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Pauline Ott Among the guests last week at Mrs. Mary Frye of Point of the H41ttop Hotel were fifty col- lege students who had joined the Rocks, Md., was a caller over the "-=- - weekend with her daughter, Mr. Mrs. Nellie eden and grand- International Volunteer Services and Mrs. William Dillow, Jr. daughters, Tammy, Sherry and and were taking part of their ori- entation course here prior tot Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Plotner and Lisa eden were last Sunday din- daughter, Mrs. Mary Engle motor- her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 7:30 p.m. at Bolivar Methodist their assignments in Viet Nam ed to Hagerstown, Md. on Sunday Oden and daughters, Donna and Church there will be a special and Laos as instruotors and ther where they picked up their niece Gale Ann and sons, Guy and seFvice for the dedication of the duties, for a two,year period, sm- Miss Sharon Johnston and took Frankie of Bake ton new hymnals. This date will also ilar to those of the Peace Corps. t her to Mt. Wilson Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson mark the 117th anniversary of I Mr. and Mrs. L. D NicholsI Baltimore, Md. to see her father and family of Maryland were the the church. A very nice program have returned from a ten-day vis- Mr. Harrison Johnston, who is Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. is being planned with special mu- it to their daughter aand her faro- seriously ill there. Millard Ott and daughter, I thy. sic and a "hymn sing." The pub- ily Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and lic is cordially invited to attend, in Lake Bluff, Ill. The weekend daughters Mary and Nancy at- daughter of Charles Town were Mrs. Lenora Martin of Chevy before leaving Mr. and Mrs. Ni- tended the Air Races in Freder- Sunday visitors of the former's Chase, Md., was a recent guest of chols had as their guests Col. J. ick, Md. on Sunday afternoon, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles her cousin, Miss Beatrice Miski- W. Benjamin and his son, Wilmer Sunday callers with Mrs. Julia Wiley and family. mon. from the Greenbrier Military Ac- Viands and Glenn were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Faye and ademy in Lewisburg. Mrs. Lester Viands and son Jack. son, of Michigan, were the Friday Mr. and Mrs. W L. Edwards ie, of Romney; Mr. and Mrs. morning callers of the latter's had as their guests recer tly Harry Shirley and family from sister, Mrs. Nellie Oden. Misses Nina and Betsy Ross of Mid leway; Mrs. Francis Small- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson Tazewell, Va. While here they wood and daughters, Mrs. Edith and family of Maryland were the were accompanied by Kathy Mar(urn and two daughters, of Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Moler on a trip to Washington, Ranson, Mr. Ronnie Robinson of Berlin Fit water and son, Lynn. D. C., where they attended a per- Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Tammy and Sherry Oden of formance by the Tijuiana Brass Albert Viands of the Bloomery. the Bloomery spent the Weekend group. Miss Shirley Ann Marcus who with their grandmother, Mrs. .Mrs. William Spear is visiting is spending some time with her Nellie Oden and son, Billy. posed for some time. Mrs. Joseph Prentice and daughter, Debbie, have returned from a visit to Valley Forge, Pa., with Mr. Joseph Prentice, Jr., and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prentice had as their guests through La- bor Day weekend their son, Mr. Eugene Prentice and Miss Vir- ginia Colkin of Bronx, N. Y. Mrs. Sadie Benjamin, her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Staubs of Silver Spring, Md., spent the past week- end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Sing- has have returned after spending several days in Virginia Beach, Va., with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Jamison and family, who have recently moved into their new home. Miss Kathy Moler has returned to Washington County Hospital Hagerstown, Md.,/where she will resume her nurse's training after Give your lawn the stamina it lu ds to survive ice, snow, freezing temperatures. Use WI NTER SURVIVAL, the first fertilizer made especially for fall and winter. Pick up enough to your lawn this weekend| Mr. and Mrs. Lester art were Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Oden and family at the Bl omery. Mrs. Elda Barr and sons, Jimmy and Tiinmy of the Bloomery were Wednesday evening ca,Uers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Chapman and family of Kabletown were Saturday caUe of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Fitzwate r and son, Lynn. Feed 5,000 sq. ft for 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN Telephone 725-5113 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gunnlaugson in Vancouver, B.C. Milton, while her parents, Mr. On Sunday, Sept. 11, at 11 a.m.. and Mrs. Ray Marcus of Win- there will be a special service at chester, Va., are in Florida for the Camp Hil,1 Methodist Church ten days, spent Monday with Mr. by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Aubey and Mrs. Umshied near town. dedicating the new hymnals. The Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry pu,biic is cordially invited to were the Saturday evening call- attend, ers with the farmer's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Mr. and Mrs. Buck Viands and family of Round Hill, Va. were Sunday visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Odea and fm-nily of the Blo mery were the recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oft. Steve Oden returned to his home from a visit With his aunt and uncle, Mr. and, MrS. Bob James, on the Flowing Springs Road. .. 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