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Watson of Charles Town were IMoyer. [back, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Lucy ,Cross is stressing first aid this ...... - J'J-.a. X LVDOA{IV al ,va l OSHff I Ifff eIO &IHIdS Sunday evening callers of Mr. Mrs. Evelyn Gardner held a tJ. Green, Harprs Ferry; Little year and would like everyone to 2--k THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, and Mrs. James Carper. going away party for her son Ed Evelyn R. Cole," City; Little Stun. become interesting in a first aid By Miss Carolyn Carper Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ring die who is leaving for basic train er C. Cole, City; Mrs. Virginia R. course. .. ~ and family of Martinsburg vim- ing on Tuesday. Those present Moler, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Pat- Mrs Heflebower also asks any .......................MRS. JEAN McKAY Falls Church, Va. and four Correeuon ted Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Markle were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gard~ ricia C. Maye, Mr. David H one h~ldi-~ ~n ~dva-~ '~ old v.,-.r.~.~.~,~.a~.~.~.~-~-.~.m.-.~-~-.a ~.~ t,,.. a~.,~r......,...~ ur ~ children. The Markles spent the Laboron Saturday. n r, r. and Mrs. James Carper, {Breeden City; Mrs. Phylhs A. Pet certificate to contact her if they MRS~ ELLA GERTRUDE LOWE MeKay, died Saturday at her The body was viewed at Day weekend in WAtertown, Wis-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby of Mr. and Mrs. Ray White and ] erson, Ransom are interested in taking an in- Mrs. Ella Gertrude Lowe, 70, home in Hagerstown, Md. follow- Minnick Funeral Home in consin instead of Watertown, Va. Hagerstown, Md. spent Sunday sons ~lr..ano lvirs, vau.l Dawson I -- structors, course, wife of John D Lowe Sr of Shep ing several months illness erstown and burial was in Preaching Seriees with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn. ann tamiiy, ~r ann lvirs l~y[ . " " . " - Turner ~nd ,a~;l,, ~rr= c~.~;o,RIssler Reunion At present Jefferson County l herdstown, died Tuesday in Mar- Mrs. MeKay was born and rear Side, Ontarm Tuesday at 2 p. Preaching services will be held Mr. James Ruble returned to ...... j ........... in ...... _ .. " . . .... .. I has only one -ua!ified first aid t sburg, following a short all- ed in Lake Side, Ontarm, Canada -- ibi~ .qnndav mornin~ at 11-(~ a [his home Monday after being a Harreu and uaugnter iVllSSeS IJiX il ........... " .......... .......... ic ........ ie and Nancy Gardner Mrs 1-1~ I The Risslers held their annual instructor N Clar~ F-r," ~nd sin ness. later moved to Pittsburgh, Pa. LOCAL KIWANIANS HOST surg az pauent tot mree weeks ........ . ' ....... where he u " m. with the Rev. Recldey offtc- ........ ~; ... iatln~ ] m me r~ewton ~. tinker rtospltai, en White, Mr. Frank Thompson, ]reunion..at Unita Farm, home of ce it is too much of a job for him The deceased was born in Shep r ht{sband was territory TO FAIRFAX, VA. CLUB --MrT"and Mrs Lawrence Painter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harter spent Mr. Shelby Longerbeam and Mr. [mr. ann mrs. W. H. Rissler on to do all the instructing that: herdstown, AaJg. 11, 1891, a dau manager m ~ne ~alrmom uream...___ " . Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. James Barb. Refreshments con- [Sunday, September 3tO. Tables needs to be done in the county, ghter of the late Joseph Walper cry t=o. ann. rater moved, to xiag- The Charles Town Kiva of Harpers Ferry and Miss Donna ]John Bradley of Charles Town. sisted of hamburgers, hot dogs ]w?e set up on the lawn. the Red Cross Chapter would i and Georgia Johnson Walper. ~aS~W~r::~e peramHamer ~oto- Club will be host to the Fai~ ' ' ~ . ~ Sunday dinner guests of Mr. potato chips, pickles and pepsins. I x~y or more were in attend- like very much to have at least She was a member of the Shep- .... ~ry g s own Va. Kiwanians at an inter~ D" land Mrs. Larry Pierce were Mr. Mr. Francis Pifer employed lance, mcmaing some new relat- several others become qualifiec[ herdstown Presbyterian Church. anct ~=narzes xown. , meeting Thursday night at It~ _ dff land Mrs. Howard Boltd of Mar- with the Western Union in New [~es wriom John S..Rissler and to be instructors. Surviving in addition to her Mrs. McKay was active in Thomas JefferSon. The Fair A _Am~r~ ]tmsburg and Mr. George Gruber. Jersey was transferred to Easton, ]~rown Rlssler had discovered in .... [husband at the home are: two Church work and Civic organiz: club will provide the progt ~v~~[~ ~ ]Chicken Barbecue Pa lea. The new relatives with their Ill:,~,k~,~, D,J;, I daughters-Mrs. Margaret Lee auons in r~agerstown and nad ann a large attendance of the ~$~[~,~.~v ~ ] A chicken barbecue rain or L ....... Ifamilies included the following" ~lllt,|lt~blt$1 nOUIU BinDs, Qualia, Neb, and Mrs Vir many friends in Charles Town cal club is requested by Pr mr. an~ ~vtrs. ~len t~ave and Mr an Mr Ike issl r f ne" " " | ~wsta ~ " [shine will be held at the Bardane dau~'hter ~ u~,,,,,~, .......... ] d s. R e o Jo s _ ] glma D. Ramsburg, Shepherds- and Jefferson County. dent A1 Nerhood for the oecasl ~" ............... ~ ""'~ town P M ..... ,,,~a ............. ...# ~....a | , a., r. and Mrs. Menno ~ah~n T~ ~nrt~u town' f~ve sons Randol h Lowe Mrs MeKay is survived by her Droner will be served by ,~, v _ I Community Center on Saturday, ~ ..... ~ o~,vv~ s-~o~ v. ,,,.. ,mu . ' ' P , " m~i nip l~|l~l~lkl ISept. 23, 1961 ~tarting at 5:00 p. ~ wo.~ uo~,.. |Rlssler of Gettysburg, Pa.; Mr. ,~mummvmm my ~umm$ j Kenneth Lowe and John D. Lowe husband and two children, Mr. l Blue Grass Inn management Klll [lUl $1t Jm. The menu consists of barbe-"Mr'~:~'a'~::~'ur----~ r--~-~-~[and Mrs. Earl Zimmerman of,~ ., ~ . ]Jr., all of Shepherdstown; Jos- Francis McKay of Hagerstown[6:15p. m. with the program t0 ==m,,,., .... Icue chicken, salad, baked beans, o~. " ~vl"arl0we";" .... ;?'neLghts,'"? .... ~vla.[ "~="~were .... I ton~ancaster'zimmermanPa'; Mr.of andE hrata,Mrs" ClaYpa . .............. ~a~ll~r ~@[VI~_~ eph W. Lowe of Arlington, Va. and Mrs. Donald Campbell of low at 7 p. m. at the hotel. Sunda u ts P ., and Eugene W. Lowe of Ply- ~ . ,~_'e' . ,~ ]rolls, butter ice tea coffee, cake y g es of Mr. and Mrs. lMr. and Mrs Mark Swarr of Lanl ~am, ~.~H,,, w l-I p t. ,,~ mn-th v~ er~:r~,'~'.~r.~P~'~'.~'~'~r~'~-~:~,-~~~ tr _ ~~ [ and ice cream. AdmissiOn is $1.50 IAnwood Swartz. cast " ' ~" ............. ................... _.~ _tt~] ~"" [per person. Everyone is welcome. - ......... ]., er, Pa., and Mrs. Swart s mo-[Winchester, Va. will broadcast] Twelve ~randchildren also sur ~ .................. -- .... mr. ann mrs. troy ~wartz atten Imer, Mrs. Noah Rissler of Gap, [the mornin,, w~rshin .~m'~ieo nf[ - , "~ ,~ Ll|llAg=l Itllrt -1Fill flll~lU I&lff" ......... vlve amng with two smters Mrs t~ '~~y [This is for the benefit of the S. ded the football game at iartina, lPa. The family was very glad to]the Charles Town Baptist'Churela]Robert Knott" She"her~stown R" ~ fl~ri[:L~fl~ /| ll. fl3 Ii t,. ~l~-- " /Jefferson Ruritan Club. burg between Martinsburg and Iwelcome these new relatives I next Suna ....... ,.. ~. ~.,~ ^ i , v ,~i :_ - -: :[ Mrs. BeatriceFiddlerspent I " I ,.-, ......... ~s ......~,. "an Mrs P b r " Keyser on Friday evening M " " . F.D., d . aul We be , t~ [ A letter was read from Mrs.[ . Radm Statmn W. H. P. L. ~s . t~ , - _ .......-..- [Saturday night with her daughter .. Mrs. Alice Thompson spent Ann R. Silliman who had been a relatively new station to the tP~einC~n',w" Va~; and four b~ t~ _ SAYLOOK THROUGH YOUR WARDROBE |i'-- ~~~~('~-.= ]Town.|Mrs" Robert Crum of Charles ~unaay wire" ner morner Mrs. lasked to look up the Rmslers ...... m [area and has adopted a pohey of IShenherdstown.'"~"a'~ .,,uOU~Gol~en,,,w~U~and Wil O~ AND SEE WHAT YOU NEED FOR FALL, ~uy .~vey or t~reat uacapen, W.|and around Terre Haute, Ind. lbroadcasting the Sunday morn.]~a~ W,ln,., ~f ~'~.~,,,]:~. ~ a ~i~lxr ~tttrr ~t~ rvf'to ~t'~A,~ axtt~ ~'~ t]~[~i~:~| Mr. Max Dunn and Miss Car- va d " " in ...... v ....... v ................. , ,~u,. ~,,~ .,~, ~-~ a.~ i~~L~k~~ |olyn Carper visited Mrs. Clara Troop 68 of the Boy Seouts[~gh~gSteUdsYoman fe:mt~yph~is~V:r~h[c~L~urv~eSsfrm:::r~?Sc~nthee and Leo Walper of Pmehurst, N. THE LADIES A NEW TOP COAT OR A "~~l~p'- |Dunn of Darkesville on Sunday. held their annual meeting Satur-/ " mi ....... " /area Services of the WinchesterIts' ~ NEW SUIT FOR FALL. . t~o ng me longest alstance n - o "~ | Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Honsaker day night at Mr Paul Chambhns J ...................]churches are bein" "ut on *De a~ I Fu eral services will be held ~ ~ .|of Inwood were Saturday evening " w~re tun new urine ann groom s v .... " - We Guarantee To You and Please You home. [Dr and Mrs Richard ~i~o,-,[also, through the courtesy of the[Frtday afternoon at 1:30 from ~ .......... M .............. O Gv callers of Mr. and Mrs. Walter r. ueefl White and son of Marl .......... /station and the manager Mr tho S. ale. ~un~-o~ U-me in u i e Ion ~aeK xour Money. , - . 2uomn,ra.~zuest present was ~ , ~,,~ ...~ ~ ~ ~.~. ~.~ ~ MUSTO~T D G0 ICOLOP~ , tmsburg and Master Bobby Crum j ': ...... [our host, Mr W H Rissler about/ ohn Bell. Christian friends of Shepherdstown, the Rev Mr Ran ~ WE HAVE THE BEST IN ALL KINDS Ow oz tmarzes Town were ~unaay : " " ,, , Charles Town welcome this " " " ............. [whom his wife remarked, We re | oppor dull Parsons, pastor of the Shep- ~ ~r[ ,~ ~x~v caners oz mrs. d. ~. wrote, las old u~th,~, hill~ ,,,,, ,,~ Itunity to share in this worshin hevdstawn M~fhadicf Ch,,rPh nae 'i ~ ~J v , ~,~,~Xa.~L~ ~.~* ,, x~xlv, m~SS tmver~y rmugn o~ t~narles Ithere" |over the air to those who are un- ficiating Burial will be in Elm- ~ '~ Town spent the weekend with| " |able to attend their churches wood ~emetery in Shepherds-R ]M[l~ ~ntl ]~i][~'.~ q[~ILl't')]~][P,~f~7~ Mr. and Mrs. C..A: Kearlas. , [{'l..J rl... T. P_.J JThe pastor, Russell J. Urquhart town i t~ ~"*'~ .................. ~x "'~'~" DISC:= INUE-: AND o ' ' erramsmwnt u suuorie~wereana suppertamflY/JlallU/t,IO~U ILl ~ /G/Willd"preach on "Stand Close to ~.,,~"" ........ u.e ...... Phone 623-R Charles Town, W. guests on Thursday with Mr. and [~ntnd~u ~. AS 5 5 [ o . wnz serve as ~earers. ~e~'.~'.~.,~'.t~:t~-.#'w'.~.~- - - _ -~ TLPES OF DUPONT PAINT Mrs. William Abshire. l@MOtil[ ~t,'llll~llbll I1 It= mm. ~, n. ; - " , ........ - Mr. Cecil White hnd son of Mar ". _ " /cxerclse unto ~0n,ne~ tinsburg were Sunday evening At 8 .tist Church /o . . .. Gallon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -r ,--r----^.,,,---- n t p m , ~ A " The Charles Town Baptist Chur- , .~ ~ Mrs Paul Ring and daughters ch co , rner of Congress and Sam- uart spent Saturday w~h Mrs. Lee uel Streets announces the follow Sunday Morning At 11 ~rown of Cnaries Town. ing schedule for Sunday, Septem. [ AL S 0 --- . biM~.a Webster had a surprise ber 17. Sttnday School for all ages [. The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- g | U U lit L II U Ui I U U O y runner on ~unaay ~or at 9"45 A M with the morning I tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- ~ 'i v~' Mra Viola Dawson. " worst~ip se~ce at 11"00 A M Ich, Ranson, announced Monday ...... OFF COLOR Mr. and Mrs,. Robert Deck of The pastor, Russell J'Urquhartlthe following schedule of servi- Ill~ m mm ~ m lm m~ m mm ~ FLOW KOTE .... $3.00 Charles Town were Monday even will preach on "Stami Close To lces for Sunday, Sept. 17 and sub- L U I fl A V =-d [ I I I I Ill Ill I V ffl---Itt "Color Co d. Flat Gal. rag" callers of Mr. and Mrs. Roy God." Isequent week night events: The I['l~kllU~l l[ Ill]Ill ]lil[l lIR[ l]~tl il[l[l$ Quart $1.00 Swartz. The B ................. IService at 8"30 a m, and 11"00 iiln[~i lliil '~PrflUWlllU~rn VRNU/ aptx~u xrammg union " ,, . ,, .: .... . Mrs. Mary Houseman of Harms will be held at 6"30 m with the la. m.; sermon, Exercise unto P [ 0 P L [ S $ U P. l y b~y~ ~Pa. is visiting ~!s week peVeningMThoWrshin sPrvice~il!..... at h7"30 I Gdl!ness." Nursery held daring " , . ,, I~ w~n mr. anxt. mrs. ~toy ~napman: na~t~r, "~n I worship tot pre.school children. : :" ~r ann ~rs J D Saraon ot ,, ~ .... ,Y ..... und ..... ~r ' " Y-:'. ....... S ay Church School and the ~ , , ~ Belleville, I11. are visiting the lat- our Melody in Life. Ieastor's Cla s., 9 x 12 ALL WOOL CARPETS - - - $49.95 Th .................. " ', Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. ters nmther Mrs. W. R. Barnes. e Woman s M~ssmnary Un-]eph R Staley, Superintendent. ~ ~ e t e " ited ion will nave the monthly Inspir Jun' " Luth 9, 9 ~, On rout here h y vJs Mr ......... I lor er League meets at O~/ ~ ~/~ el~I-][l~-~LT "ll~l~'~'~ ~~ ~Q Sardone's family in Rochester N atlonal ~vleetlng ~tonday at 7:30 1 th~ narrnna~o nf R..2n n m ~on zat 2~ ~l: aL~Utlt, XJ IV.L~U~.~'IO .... = m ~O,/O y. " ' " P. M. at the church. WednesdaY|i'd-"r ~u~he--r-~,~a~,~]~'~m~t.~"~t~h'~. , at 7 30 P M the service of Pray ..................... " . .Mrs. Harry Ritter of Winches. er and M~i~ation will be held /p.arsonage at 7-302. m. Wedne~.-l FOAM RUBBER THROW PILLOWS - - 98e INWflflD l lVl:...,IM i sw dO.D,vv. v~ ter spent me weeKena wlm Mrand Mrs. Harlaa James. ........... rne Adult unolr meets "on MedaY'n mUni~edeet at theLUmeranchurch forChUrCnsup- , 9 ' ' Thursday at 7 30 P M for re, Mrs: C. C. Wasson and Mr. and .... .... -; ." ." __ . per at 6:00 p. m. and program at 9 x 12 BRAID _J), ,RUGS,-Wool and Rayon $39.95 ziearsaz anu me dumer uaotr , , , mrs. Araell Wasson and daughter e .......... '7:00 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir ...... ' m moers wm meet rrmay otter r WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY SEPT. 13 - 14 and Mrs. Hazel Barnes of Kear- ehearsal at 8"00 n m Friday school to organize for the fall and ........ neysvdle visited the formers con Junior Choir nractice at 4"00 n HELD OVER! sin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Michael winter, m. Saturday, first year catechis~a~ of Berkeley Springs on Sunday.. ,-- ~ - ., .' '.._ class meets at the parsonage at ' "The LONG, The SHORT, The TALL" ~arrou ~nutts, son o~ mr. and K~ er~l I-irct And 10:o0 a. m.; Confirmation class Mrs. Grover Shutts left Thursday """ v,vv,, . ,,~, nm meets at 11:00 a. m. ALSO-- ~ to receive training at the Marine . . ,, .. CITIZENS FIRE COMPANY "THE CHEATERS" ~::~SsR~r~sD~pot::iP?ri~:a~s InstnKt01 L0urse/0 ~AKE SALE OCP., 27--28 '~ FRIDAY - SATURDAY SEPT. 15 - 16 --- 3 BIG HITS -- "THE ANGRY HILLS" Robert Mitehum.--.PLUS 2 HORROR CHILLERS "THE FIEND WITHOUT A FACE" "THE HAUNTED STRANGLER" SUNDAY ONLY SEPTEMBER, 17 "LUC KY 17 NITE!"-.Free Gifts 2 OUTSTANDING SURPRISE FEATURES MONDAY TItRU THURSDAY SEPT. 18 -21 "HELL TO ETERNITY" PLUS--- "THE NAKED AND THE DEAD" ii[ll' i ' ii i i i HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. SEPT. 13 - 14 WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY --2 TECHNICOLOR HITS-- CLARK GABLE IN "IT HAPPENED IN NAPLES" GLENN FORD IN "IT STARTED WITH A KISS" FRIDAY - SATURDAY SEPT. 15 - 16 -- 2 BiG HITS -- "THE ttA, NGING TREE" with Gary Cooper---In Color---ALSO "THE BRIDGES OF TOKO-RI" with William Holden--In Color SUNDAY - MONDAY SEPT. 17 - 18 "MISTER ROBERTS" In Color,-with Henry Fonda - Jack Lex mon ALSO, In Color "YELLOWSTONE KELLY" with Clint Walker--"Kookie Byrnes TUES. - WED. , THURS, SlePT. 19 - 20 - 21 .MA & PA KETTLE IN THE OZARKS" ALSO-- Carroll D. Shhtts 1974935, PIt. 263 I Co. 2nd PT 13 N Parris Is- land, S. C. Death Mr. Luther C. Pifer, formerly of Middleway was buried Monday at the Pleasant View Memory Gar dens. Relatives were present from Baltimore, Md. Winchester, Berryvilte, Martinsburg and Char Ins Town. Miss Frances Shamburg of Mar tinsburg sister of Mrs. Joe Hough was buried Sunday at the Pleas ant View Memory Gardens. Only three births occurred at the Charles Town General Hospit al during the period of Septem- ber 5-12 and two of them were boys. A son, Allen Lynn was born September 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Cal vin Speaks of Harpers Ferry. "F ANCI8 in the HAUNTED HOUSE" September II, a son James Rar~ dy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Don ~s E. M~rsberger of Brunswick, Tuesday, Sept. 12 a daughter Janet Lee was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Mahoney of Shen andoah Junction. Medical patients admitted to the hospital were: Mr~James H. Lancaster. Harpers Ferry; Mr. Earl T. Cage, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Percy J. Jackson; City; Baby Dawn Rickards, Knoxville, Md~; Mr. Kenneth L. Turner, Mr. C. Roland Whipp, Millville: Mrs. Mary E. Day, Brun~za~ck, Md.; Baby Brenda L. Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Alice M. ner, Summit Point; l~r, John M. Trapnetl, City; Mrs. A~ne M. Brown, Ranson; Mr. George E. Webb, Harpers Ferey; Mr. Robert L. Edwards, City; Mrs. Ida J. Hardy, I-Larpers Ferry; Miss lV[ar lyn E. Roderick, Marti~sbUrg; Baby Kuythaar F. Cooper, City; Master Phit~ip M. Chandler, Mr. Frank A. Midlio, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Walter W. Chrisman, City; Mrs. Jeannette L. Weddle, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Geraldine M. Lawson, Rauson; Mr. Garland C. Shanholtzer, Summit Point; Mr. George W. James, City; 5tas- ter tterbert Dawson, Hall,town. Surgical patients admitted were: ~Kr~. Mabel A, Long, Har- Per's Ferry; Mrs. Blanche L. Barr City; Master Stephe~ K, Cooper, City; Mrs. Helen Robinson, Ran. ~on; Ma~ter Fr~ E. Robt. Be Held In Winchester Announcement was made MuD day by Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Jr. that a Red Cross First Aid in- structors course will. be held at the Red Cross office in Winches- ter, Va. Oct. 12-20. Mrs. Heflebower said the Red The annual Bake Sale sponsor ed by the Citizens Fire Company of Charles Town will be held Fri day and Saturday October 27 and 28th with the location to be an- nounced at a later date. Please keep the dates in mind and plan to lend all the help you can to- wards this worthy cause. "Jefferson County's Finest Furniture Store" 213 West Washington !St. Charles Town, 'Wi Va. FREE DELIVERY CONVENIENT TERMS ---AT-.- 9, * DURABLE * PRACTICAL * CLEANABLE * MOTHPRO0! From per sq. yd, Radlant eolo s in* dth$ and prices to meet every need. TOO BUSY TO $HOP~ Ju~ ~!1 PHONE 696 , We'll bring samples to your- homo at no obligation. SWI,MtEY'S ! 213 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON COUNTY'S FINEST FURNITURE STORE FREE DELIVERY ----, CONVENIENT TERMS To show wo c re,, ,every kEF, . &vpet-is register d .