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SAVE THIS ADV, IT IS ON YOUR NEXT TV REPAIR JOB 'supper "held wt their home on Fri= ,CheShire family h~me near H evening. Those ,presen't ~to ang4.H~OCk, W. Va. ; ily reunion was held Sunday, Aug day " -- ang- The annum Bush-l~wland faro Good Only During August en- joy a delicious supper and a pleas Meeting September and October ... ust 30 in 1the 0hurch school rooms ant evening were Mr. and Mrs. The Busy Bees 4-H Club will of ~'he .Kabletow~ iMethodi~t Chur H E 'F L [ N' S ]Lawrence DeHaven and ohildren .meet a~ the school at 8:00 o'clock oh, Kabletown. ,K,a~hy and ICarl, ~VIr. and Mrs. /:)ST (7:00 EST) on (Monday ev- Dinner was served ~buffet style RADIO & TV SERVICE Howard Larson and son Gary, ening, September 14. ~t 1:00 p. m. Daylig'ht T~me, fol- , Y/le J~mes ,~lassford and Mrs. (Miss Sallie Poston and Messrs. Joyce Tuvn-r,~ both of Washing- iowlr~g w~l~,ch a ~business meeting Telephone 9336 l~i(fl-rard S(~hm.id~t and Skinner Pos ton, D. C. Were overnight guests (Mr.~as T.CnductedE. Lake. 'F~mi,lybY theofficers:presiden,tfor 603 W. Brunswick St. ,ton. BRUNSWICK MD. Radio, TV, Hi-Fi and nained to spend Labor Day visit- ,ful socia:l hour during w~dch de- in.g with Mrs. Ches~ire's pare~nts licious refres,hmen, ts were served Nave" "'" " mn K~_unmn At "Mr. and Mrs. Norman Michael in ,by the hostess. Kirby, W. Va. Mr. Leroy Cheshire and h~s bro ,Mr. and Mrs. Rober~ Light en- ~her Mr. Clarence Cheshire of Aug K0blet0wn Chllrch ~tertained a few ~friends aJt a picnic usta, W. Va. spe~n!t Monday at ~he . ROCKINGHAM CUTUP C (FRYERS) lb. CENTER CUT Record Player Repair All Models ~lin, Wayne and Joyce Ann of Rich ALL WORK AND PARTS mc~nd, "Va. On Sunday Mrs. Jen- GUARANTEED 90 DAYS kins in company wi~h her son Mr. 98 Percent of Our Repair Woodrow Jenkins and his daugh- Work is Done in the Home. ter Theresa and her son-,in-law Aug. 27- 10t. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and son ~enny of Charles Town sp~n,t t~e day in Washin,g- Rece,n~t visi~tors a% the home of on Sa%urday aJt the home o,f the She 1960 reunion ~xere elected. Mr, and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins were ~ormers parents Mr. and Mrs. ~. ~ new officers are pres.ider~- the formers niece arrd nephew "Mr. C. ~lassford and on Su~da:y mo- Willard W~llinffham; V~ce presi- and Nits. t~obert Jefferson and tored to 'Fros~l~burg, Md. to visi,t dent, Jolhn Demory; secretary, ~their four children, Nancy, Frank wil~h t)he la~ter's relaltives. TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT IN HARPER'S FERRY invites you to enjoy The Dining'Room and Terrace Fern Wil,llng'ham and ~reasurer ~Li,nden Bush. Movies of past reunions~ ,as .far ~back 'as 1.948 were shown by Mr. Linden Bush. Prizes .were awarded ,to Mr. Ernest Row,land, 76, the oldest man; ffvIrs. (Mary Bush, 82 ~he eldest lady; Wendy Kaye ,Hil- debrand, ~our months ~the young- est bee)y; Mr. Jack Hi lden~brand, Four boys and three g~,rls is ~he largest ~ami:ly presen,t; (Mr. and ,way the Stork divided the b4rths ,Mrs. Lester Willim~ham, most re- at l~he Charles Town Go,nova,1 Hos- cently married couple; Mr. and pital during the period Of SePtem- ,Mrs. Herman Bush, longest-mar- Cher 2-7. ,ried couple; and Mrs. Mar~e ,l~au- A daugl~ter, Deborah Ann, was coming ~he ~ongest distance. The born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pow- reunion was ~then adjourned ~n.til THE M. OPEN DAVY FOR SUNDAY NIGHT BREAKFAST, LUNCH BUFFET 6- 9 P. AND DINNER DAYLIGHT TIME R. P. LEONARD, Prop. TELEPHONE 3351 WALRAVEN SCHOOL OF DANCE WILL COMMENCE NINTH SEASON RIGHT AFTER LABOR DAY. Courses Offered in Pre-School Rhythmics, Ballet, Tap, Modern Jazz and Ballroom for Children from three years and Adults. Please Call 628-J. Will be in Studio Afternoons to accept registrations. LOUISE E. WALRAVEN August 27- 2t. Sons and Daughters, Nephews mad Nieces will want to keep up with the news from back home while away at school. And you can bet that they'll appreciate receiv- ing the-- ers, Knox i,lle, Md. on Wednesday, Septem'ber, 1960 the Charles Sept. 2. Town Recreation Park. Thursday, Sept 3, a daugSater The follo~ng persons were 9res Robin Love, was born to Mr. and ent: Mr. and (Mrs. Ernest Row- IMrs. Oharles L. Fri,~ts of Ransom land and Connie Sue; Richard Friday, SePt. 4 a son Dennis Rob,land; Miss Nancy Clipp; (Miss Cva~ig was bor~ to Mr. and Mrs. ,Peggy White; Mr. and (Mrs. 'Rufus JOhn C. Remsburg. Har~e~'s FerryEdwards; ~VIr. and 'Mrs. Ernes~ ~Ed Three birChs occurred Sa)turday,,wards; (Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kolb; ,Sept. 5, a daughter V,ivian Claare ,Mr. and "Mrs. ~rank Gardner; born to Mr. ~nd Mrs. James S. John Demory and Cindy; (Mrs. ,S15rigg~, Harpers Ferry; a son Paul Wagner a~d '~andy; Mr. and A}an Wayne, born to ~Mr. and Mrs. IMrs. Roland Kolb, ,Sharon :and Glendwell J. Lloyd. Charles TownDarrell; Mr. and Mi's. Jack H~l- an, d a son, Vincent M'aurice, born de, rand; De,e, Cheryl, Brian ,to Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Brad- and Wendy; ~`ss Hester Rowland ford, Charles Tow,n. ~Mr. and ~Ylrs. Wilson R~wland and (Monday, Sept. 7 a son Pdcky Phyliss; (Maitland Rowland; Mr. Nelson was born to Mr. and Mrs. and "Mrs. George 'Gordon; Mr. a,nd Lewis Fisher, Jr., Charles Town."Mrs. William ,Hart and Michael ,Sur~fica:l pathen~ts admitted to ~V[eClung; Mrs. Emma Myers; t'he hospital were: (Mrs. Agnes ~Viss Virginm Myers; Mr. and Bailey Charles Town; Mr. Grover Mrs. Cleo Curtis; .Mr. 'and Mrs. L. Dunl,ap, Kearneysville; ~VIiss Willard Wiilingham and Nancy; ~lY~i:ldred A. V~rks, Brunsw,ick, Md.; 2VIrs. Jane McCord; Mr. and ,Mrs. and Henry McKenzie, F~os~burg, Ral~ph Ve~ter; $~al,ph, S,tevie and (Md Ricky; Mrs. Mary Bush; Mr. and Medical pa~ien,ts admitted to ,~rs. Perry Bush; Mr. and (Mrs. 'the hospital were: Miss Sar~ W.Herman Bush; Mr. and "Mrs. V,i- Coo, Alex W. WebsCer, Mrs. Anna van ~ush; Mr. a,nd (Mrs. Kaye Hoff; D(xn,ald R. Smaltwood ,all of Bush; ,Mr. and (Mrs. Linden Bush Charles Town; Mrs. Margaret Lon and da~g'hters Mrs. Snyder Gor- gevbeam, Mrs. Mary M. Lancas-don; (Mr. and ,Mrs. Walter Dayhoff ter, Tl~eodore M. H(fl,mes ~11 of Mr. and (Mrs. Lester Wi,llingham; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush, Dotal Bush Jr. and Barbara BuSh; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bush and ~am- ily; .Mr. and !Mrs. Walter Burdick and family; Mr. and ,Mrs. Elmer Mason; Mrs. Rosa Lee Whi,tti~g- Con; .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bush; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason; Mrs. Ethel Rauscher; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rauscher: ,Miss Goldie Brown Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake; "Mrs. Val lie ,Carper ,and Mr. and (Mrs. James Horner. Stop in or Phone Circulation Department : ))9. oday--27, Special Student Subscription Rate $2.50 (Plus 5 Cents Tax in West Virginia) / Linda Hilliord Is Named President Of Evergreen 4.H Club Election of officers highlighted the regular ,meeting of the Ever- green 4-H Club Sol, tempter 7 a the Presbyterian Church in Kear- neysvilte. The following ~vere elected: Pros .ident, Linda Hilliard; Vice Presi- dent; Ben "Marshall, Secretary; Kaye Bu~hrman; Treasurer, Ber- n,adine Unger; Reporter, Paxton ,Marshal'l; Scrag Lender. Bar,beta Creamer; Game ,Leader, Norma Kay W~etzel and ~er.gean~t a~ Arms J~mmy Kinkead. It was decided ~to ask Mrs. Er- ,eel Boyd .to con~tmu~ ,a~ ~ea,der and lbo (ALL CUTS AVAILABLE) Our Own Make lb. I SLICED PIMENTO OR AMERICAN iC GRIMES GOLDEN lbs. NO. 1 lbs. | GREEN GIANT S E A S I L! for DE for !i! ~:i POLAR FROZEN POLAR LI for FORDHOOK for FRESH T U R N P S l s. PEPPERS, LETTUCE, CELERY, TOMATOES, CARROTS, GREEN BEANS, SWEET POTATOES, PLUMS, CANTALOUPES, GRAPES, ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. PET RITZ COCOANUT CREAM, CHOCOLATE AND LEMON each MORTON'S HAM, CHICKEN, BEEF, each PHONE 664 c II .... CASH :AND DELIVERY-.- RANSON, W. VA.