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in ~Trany cases are g~'ven ~or your e~nvenience. Dorothy Lake, Millville Robert Knott, Shepherdstown---Phone 3983 Lena Ambrose, Engle--Phone 69-F-024 Roy Breeden, Ranson--Phone 256-J Clarence Smallwood, Kabletown--Phone 20-F-024 -- Every Week of the Year-- I'They Live Again" ions He entered the Army last Ap- are anxious for you ~ meet ore" fhae group of Jeffexsonl ril and completed basic training Correspondents, who se~ad l,n the ~any i~teresting news ITI&I~ fl$ I~||-- f ..... at the fort from various county tow~as which .you enjoy each week in J llll~ tJ| IIIII1~ ~[$1IIIUII Morris is a 1954 graduate of newsp~par. They wall a~so accept photos which mig.h,t be ell st Ior publieataon. They axe always ha py to recelve your I A^mk|u Charles Town High School. ,aS~rme] : Advocate.Well as receive ~11YUryouSUbscriptinhave to dot is~heto Spirittell o~nyf oneJeffer'of/4-'"a.~,tW.$The Far VtEas~;Vu ..... ~.ul~|n Childre s, Ch oirs that yo,a wa~at to s~bseri.be ,to the ~.ewspaper. Telephone t ~roaacasung Company will present the sound~ ~ . . .. nmtion picture in beautiful eel-i K llml Kl lll rq$1|C At or, "They Live Again" Sunday l"-'-'"" "'""''"" ~" evening, Sept. 17 at 7:30 at Cal- ~_._ _n_ . ,~. . vary Assembly of God Church in irresDylerlan t nurcn Ransom Pauline Ott, Mannings--Phone 50-F-014 Lillima Myers, Shenandoah Junction--Phone 66-F-031 Bruce Furr, Leetown---Phone 24-F-013 Georgia Pearl, Chestnut Hill Margaret Houser, Bakerton Julia Viands, Meehanicstown--Phone 17-F-031 Stuart Crim, Summit Point---Phone 47-F-032 Dorothy Bowers, Halltown~Phone 26-F-031 G. E. Wcbb~ Harpers Ferry-Dotivar--Phone 2492 Ethel Bu~ard, Silver Grove Elsie O. Hamstead, Kearneysville---Phone 2108 Austin Nicodemus. Rippon--Phone 61-F-011 Carolyn Carper, Middleway~Phone 43-F-013 NEWBERRY GUARANTEED i~-- ,,, NEWBERRY $ 97 HOLLAND GROWN See an entire Voice of America installation in SanFrancisco dis- mantled for shipment to Manilla. Visit the eight present F. E. B. C. stations in Manila and broad- casti~tg facilities on Formosa. See Russian Iron Curtain refugees as sist in missionary radio. See shocking advances of Commun- ism in the Far East and Europe Hear missionary Paul Demit- rus, head of the "Voice of Truth." LONG STEM ASSORTED COLOR Package of 12 30" X 50" COTTON PILE Regularly $3.79 METROPOLITAN UNCONDITIONALLY REBUILT ELECTROLOX Package of 6 STRIP.O LIGHT T. V. TABLE NEWBERRY GUARANTEED RegUhrly $2.98 SPECIAL FACTORY REBUILT BY UARANTEED " ANK TYPE WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS J ADIES FALL ORDUROY NEWBERRY {egularly $2.98 SPECIAL 0 PIECE SET PLASTIC EWBERRY SPECIAL NEWBERRY VALUE ALL METAL H A M P E R NEWBERRY $ I egularly SPECIAL Regularly $2.49 Set VALUE Choirs for children and youth resumed rehearsal this week af- ter the summer vacation. The Pri mary Choir, made up of boys and girls in grades 1, 2 and 3 met for the first time Tuesday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 and will co|tin ue to rehearse at this time eacl~ week. Rehearsal for the Junior Choir made up of boys and girls in grades 4, 5 and 6, resumed Wed- nesday after|on from 3:30 to 4:30 and will continue at this hour each week. A Youth Choir for boys and girls in Junior High and Senior High had their first rehearsal on Wednesday evening from 7:00 to 8:00 P. M. Children and youth in the corn unity who wish to join any of these choirs should call or stop by the Presbyterian Church office phone 368. B. Snyder President State Printing Industry William B. Snyder, of Shep- herdstown, was elected president of the Virginia Printing Industry an association of West Virginia commercial printers, at a meet- ing of the association in Morgan- :town last week. He succeeds Michael Hush]on !of Parkersburg. He will take of- fice January 1, 1962. Snyder, one of the largest corn mercial printers in this area, is president of The Shepherdstown Register, Inc., a corporation en- gaged in commercial and job printing in Shepherdstow, n and is also president of Hagerstown Bookbinding Corporation, which conducts a similar operation in Hagerstown, Md. He is also a nat tonal director of the Printing In dustry of America. Up until a few years ago Snyder edited and published the Shepherdstown Register, West Virginia's second oldest newspaper, but disc|tin wed the paper to engage exclusi- vely in commercial and job print ing. NEW GOOSENECK ALL METAL NEWBERRY $ Regularly $2.98 SPECI/[L FRIDAY- SATURDAY STORE JUST SAY -"CHARGE IT!" HOURS-.9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Ada Cogle returned to her home on Saturday night from Louisville, Ky. after spending a week with her daughter and son- in-law and their small daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buford. Mrs. Celia White motored to Hagerstown, Md. and visited her sister and family Mrs. Ella Belle Renner also called on her doctor while there. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and two children and Mrs. Geo- rgia Piper of Chestnut Hill were visitors with Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and Mrs. Maude Ever- hart. Mrs. Delma Staubs and two children Pare and Louie, Mrs. Ethel BuZzard and son Larry and Miss Juanita Cogle spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler and i 1 PHONE 664 -- WE DELIVER .. RANSoN, W..VA. ,.,, m--- "" e...,u., WILSON'S CERTIFIED m FRESH (WHOLE) FRESH PORK PENNANT OUR OWN lb. MAKE C C Ith .l mi j. CELLO RED menu wl ... bchs. bchs. COOKING C CALIFORNI/[ C lbs. each *TOMATOES, CELERY, LETTUCE, CABBAGE, GREEN AND RED PEPPERS, ONIONS, ETC. LEMONS, ORANGES, HONEYDEWS, GRAPES, ETC. POLAR tl HORTON'S I CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEE