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WE EKS"NEWS' :IN ...... ...." " " ; ......: RANSON Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-J and Mrs. Tommy Spinks of Boulevard motored to W. Va. and spent La- Day weekend with Mr. and Jack Spinks and family. Francis Alger spent Labor weekend with his sister and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nich Then on Sunday they all mo- te Washington and enjoyed on a big picnic lunch. and Mrs. Charles Mauck them Mr. Filmore Davis Saturday night in Hagers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Trenary. and Mrs. Calvin Hough Sunday dinner guests with and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood town. Mary Day and son were visitors with Mrs. Day's Mrs. Katherine Ranalli. and Mrs. Robert Springer family enjoyed themselves on their vacation by spending it in Covington, Ky. with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Winscher and family. Wayne Breeden spent the week end with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood. Mrs. George Breeden with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons were Thursday night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkins near Kearneysville. Little Roxanne Mauck is now in school and doing fine after being l a patient in the hospital and hay ing her tonsils out. Mr. and Mrs. John Smallwood are receiving congratulations on a big baby girl born September 1 at 7:35 weighing 7 lbs. and 8 oz. The little Miss has been named Alasia Darlene. Mrs. Becky Snellings was the luck winner of the Maple Bed- room suit given away. Mrs. Lewis Alger of Overall, The t~an with NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ?RA @ visited with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Alger on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Shiley of Kearneysville were Saturday ev. ening visitors with Mr .and Mrs. Stanley Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and son visited Mr. and Mrs. Pammy Royston in Berryville on Sunday. Mrs. George Brown is a patient in the hospital where she was taken on Saturday with the flu. We all wish her a speedy recov- ery. Mrs. Florence Place of Martins- burg visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy ~ Hohnes and family on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thompson Jr. and daughter were Monday evening supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauck and Tam ily. Mrs. Lelia Naylor with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ramsburg were all visitors in Hagerstown on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ther Naylor and son Norman Lee. They all enjoyed a big picnic at the evening celebrating the 21st birthday and home coming of Norma Lee who has just return- ed home from duty in service, Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons vis ited on Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Smallwood and daughter also Mrs. Kenneth Reed who is spnding a couple of weeks with the Smallwoods. Mr. Charles Slusher and Mr. Robert James took the Cub Scouts on a tour in and around i Harpers Ferry on Sunday. They ~11 returned very excited and tir ed. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. Roland Whipp of Millville was taken to the Charles Town General Hospital on Thursday afternoon. Roland was taken sud pair All styles, all shades-our entire stock of Heiress brand nylons slashed. Outstanding values day in and day out--and now, for 9 deys only, you save even morel Pick the style, color that flatters you most, the len gth that fits you bestl denly ill so the doctor wasn't sure 7 Obey All This is National Child Safety Week--the time to create safe travel habits by our School Children. It is time to educate chit- dren in both walking and riding bicycles. It is the time when all parents, teachers and police, school and public safety officials should be interested in an educational program for their com- munity. It is time once again to alert motorists to the need for special caution in School Zones, near playgrounds and wherever groups of children are active. Little children by the hundreds are facing a new experience---walking the streets alone for the first time---making their way from home to school and return. They must be taught to stay on the sidewalk, not to run out into the street or to make short-cuts, to cross streets only at proper crossings and to understand and obey the signals of traffic offi- cire or traffic lights. if it was the summer flu or the heat. X-rays were taken Friday mort ins. I visited my brother on Friday afternoon and he was rest very comfortable. of Berkeley Springs spent Wed- i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Small- nesday afternon~ with their son 'wood and their daughter Mrs. and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Peggy Johnson and her little dau Donald Hovermale and family on ghter of Falls Church, Va. were Jefferson Ave. callers on Saturday night with the formers mother Mrs. Maude Mrs. George Morgan and son Smallwood and family. Ronald and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Mid. Gaynor and daughter of Gerrards dleway was a supper guest or/, town spent the day Tuesday with Wednesday evening with his bro'their brother Mr. Daniel Gaynor ther-in-law and sister Mr. and and family. Visitors During Week Mrs. Robert Frye. Had Stanley Party Mrs. Ellen Viands h~d a Stan- ley Party at the home of her me ther-in-law Mrs. Albert Viands Jr on ' Wednesday afternoon. ,There were about sixteen present and Miss Mary "Viands received the door prize. Mrs. Dunlap was the demonstrator. Mrs. Betty Hey ...... : ................ ~ L ......... B ........ I SMITH STRIDER PI rNERAI HOM tO4 West Washington harles Town. W Va PHONE :-- Oa) 370 Nigh Idll I I II IlU 1 NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charle Town, W: Ca. ATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO, MPANV , MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE OOJPJi$~ UIr INSbRANCE COMPANY Olfl~r Ca~mml~l. Ohio .'.%%'.%%%'.%'=%'J.'.'.',,'.'J,,%% ONE STRIKE AND YOU'RE OUT If a member of the public should be injured acciden- tally by you or someone in your family, you might DtWpT STORE be involved in a damage suit. Just one damage suit t could wipe you Out finan- CH LES TOWNS SHOPPING CENTER cialiy. ]9[ake certain now that your insurance pro* B~:U gram includes ComEre- THREE WAYS TO Y- hensiVecoverage.Personal Liability I. CASH 2. CHARGE 3. LAY-AWAY H.S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds OUR STORE HOURS:-- 120 E. Washington Street to 5 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Charles Town, W. Va. 9 to 12 Wednesday Telephone 218 9 to 9 Friday - 9 to 6 Saturday LW~W w mttW gL ermale' will be the hostess on Frye at Point of Rocks, Md. on Wednesday night for the next Sunday. party. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hovermale Kabletown were callers on Sun- day afternoon with their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughters. Visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. and daughter Tana near the Blomery were Mrs. Mary Frye, Messrs George Bates and Charles Green of Point of Rocks, Md., Mr. and Mrs. James Dillow and child ren of Berryville, Va., Mr. Wal- lace Barron of Charles Town, Mrs. William Dillow Sr. and daughter Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dil low and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and child- ren, Mr .and Mrs. Doug Kelican, Googs Kelican, Mr. Howard Kel- ican, Mrs. Betty Gay and son all of Millville, Mr. Frankie Nick of Mt. Mission, Mr. Newt Larue of the Power Plant Messrs Charles Dillow and David Rickard of Al- exandria, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby all of Brunswick, Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ransom Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. were Sunday visi- tors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands and Mrs. Betty Hov ermale and children David and Donna all spent Sunday after- noon~ at the Miller Watermelon Patch near Berryville. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri of Loudoun Hei- ghts, Vs. and Mr. and Mrs. Don'- ald Hovermale and children spent Friday evening with their par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and family. Mr. William Smallwood and son Lee of Milwaukee, Wis, were guests several days with his bro- ther and sister-in.law Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smallwaod and Tam ily in Martinsburg and they also called on their brother Mr. Gee- rge Jones. Mr. Leste~ Viands of Devils Lake, N. D. had a very narrow es cape last week while returning from Montana when a road truck in front of him threw a stone back and scattered his wind- shield all over him but he receiv ed no cuts. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frazier of Wash- ington, D. C. was a caller on Tues day morning with their cousin Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy, Mr. Harry Shirley and children Harry Jr. Bobby, Donnie, Rusty, By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mrs. Edith Welty of Shenan- doah Junction spent Sunday ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Miss Beverly Bragg of Wash- ington spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Bragg. Mrs. Lena Ambrose spent Wed nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Da vid Gageby and baby Sunday ev- ening. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 1 To the Creditors and Bonofie. iaries of the estate of Lillie Eliz- abeth Biller, deceased: All persons havinu claimu a- gainst the estate of Lillie Eliza- beth Biller, deceased whether due or not are notified to exhibit tbe ~ame with vouchers thereof, l~, ~ally verified to the undors;o'n,~4 ~t my office l~n the City of :Har- r~ar's ~ry. W. V,a. on or before 14th day Of March 1962, at 10:00 o~cMek, A, M.. otherwise they may by law be excluded from all ben- ~fits Of said estate All beneficiar- ies of said estate ~re ,notified to be orese~.t on said ctuy to protect Cb~r irtterests. Given under my hand this 14tb day of September. 1961. ~EW~S D. N'IC'~OL8 Commissioner of Account County of Jeffersov Sept. 14-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 'Pn th~ C.roditorR and Ranof;, iaries of the estate of Evan A! bert Nason. deceased: All nersons hav~n~, claim~ ~ainst the estate of Evan Albert Nason, deceased, whether duo or not are notified to exhibit tbr same,with vouchers thereof. 1~, Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Sept. 14-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. q~o the Creditors and Benefit in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Jr. and daughter Tana of the Bloomery visited with Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow Sr. and fam- ily at Millville and Mrs. Mary Judy and Debbie of Middleway i~ries of the estate of Lucy Jane were Sunday callers with Mr. and Greene, deceased: Mrs. Bert Viands. ~ All persons bavin~ ela~m.~ a. Mr. David Kee Henry, son of ~ainst the estate of Lucy Jane Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry is Green, deceased, whether due leaving to day for the Great or not arq notified to exhibit the Lakes Training Center. David was same with vouchers thereof, le. a graduate Of the '61 class of Char gally verified to the undersigned, les Town High. David we all wish wt my office in the City of Hat- you the best of luck. ~er's ~erry West Virgins. on or Mrs. George Jones returned before March 14, 1962 at 10:00 home Saturday evening from her o clock A. M. otherwise ~lhe,v may home town Milwaukee, Wis. by law. be excluded from ~ll ben- where she had been on a thirty efits of s~tid estate. All beneficiar- day vacation with her relatives ies of m~d estate are ,noti,fied to ,be ore~nt o~ said day to protect and friends. Mr. Jones met her ~b,,*r t~t.ere~,~. Given under my hand this 14th day of September. 1961. ~I~EV/IS D. NICHOLS Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Sept. 1@3t daughter of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Greenwalt. Miss Dorrene Gagoby of Wash' ington and Mr. Donald Hale of Ft. Meade, Md. vfsited her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby Sunday. Mi.~ Norma Lee Jenkins of Washington spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norval Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and baby of Rockville, Md. visited Mrs. Mabel Harding and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gifft and family over THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1961 ''3.---B the weekend. There will be a charge wid~ hymn sing here in the Methodist Church Sunday Sept. 17th at 7:30 P. M. Anyone is invited to attend. Arnold Cogle, Marslmll McDon ald and quile a few other men who have been laid off from the B & O R. R. for several years haw, been called back. They arc employed in, The Maintenance of Way service and have to leave 1"rein Sl~enandoah Junction to dif ferent places to repair the tracks. , ,,, , .,,,.. .... 7: Mr. and Mr,~. Ale~ ttough of Kearnevsville called on Mr. and I Mrs. D:ave Gageby Sunday after- noon. RURITAN CLUB TO HOLD DANCE SEPTEMBER 22 Th(\ Shenandoah---~unction Ruri /tan Club wil sponsor a square /dance Friday. September 22 at /9:30 at the Community Center, 1Bardane. Music by tIarry Bar- ,bour. H. L. MILLS GASOLINE STATIONS CHARLES TOWN AND MARTINSBURG FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPT. 15th and 16th. 12-OUNCE CRYSTAL, HEAVY BOTTOM, DECORATED CIVIL WAR COMMEMORA TION WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 10 LL OF LI This Is Our Own Decoration Espe- cially Made. Not Available Anywhere Else ! More Glasses Will Be Given! You Will Want A Full Set of Them! ACTUAL SIZE OUR PREMIUM GASOLINE IS MORE THAN 100-OCTANE --ACTUALLY A SUPER PREMIUM GASOLINE STATIONS RANS0N MARTINSBURG ' during this J SAVE ON WIRINO COST because wiring is free if you purchase an electric dryer, range or water heater during this jubilee. This excellent opportunity helps modernize the wiring in your home, too. START ENJOYINO FLAMELESS APPLIANCES this se.son. They help keep your home china, save work and fit in anywhere. Buy any electric appliance shown here from any dealer, and get your free standard electric installation (applies only in Potomac Edison System), THE POTOMAC LIGHT POWER CO.