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733 SOHOTOHE of Hagerst0wn ROY B. FURR, Manager South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3.3242 or Charles Town 825 The Waterford Foundation extends a cordial invitation to all those who are interested in entering craft articles, food stuffs, plants, etc., to be sold during the AND 2, 3 and daugl~ter-in-law .the wee.kerad .at the home of ~rs. Mr. and ~Mrs. Howard L. 'Ware and Thomas Sh ~ll and her f,am~ly. Al- 'he~r sons Les and Jimmy, his son so visiting wi~h Mrs. Shull on Sun -- I day ~vere her paren,ts Mr. ,and . IMrs. George Chapman, her bro- * I her and sister-in-law WIr. and Mrs. * I Raymond Chapman and their dau * i,,gh, ter Ka%hy a,ll of Berry';He, V a. * You may turn with * complete confidence . to this fine pharmacy featuring the Reliable . Prescriptions emblem. This is your assurance . of high ethical * standards, skilled professional service, fair prices. Turn to us, . also, for your needs * in drugs and all . health items. * NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS ,and Mi'ss Betty Lea Orndorff of Clearbrook, Va. Mrs. Creighton Propps ~nd her daughter Trlna of Charles Town visited on Monday u~fternoon at the home of ~heir aunt and uncle :Mr. and Mrs. Page H~nton. Enjoy .Bird's Eye View" of Village On Sunday ,Mternoon Mr. and IMrs. Howard L. Fellers enjoyed an airplane tide ,from ~he Martins- ,burg Airport ~flying 'by request over Che .Summit Point ,area. From the air +they noted the rbeau~ty of the ripening orchards ~nd as they .flew over he v~l,lage they would see their home and ,the Post Office and said ",Our ~Li.tle village ~s ben ~tiful from the air". Flying ,at an al,ti.tude of 1900 feet and a't a ~peed of 165 mi.les an hour, with- ~n a minute after ;~he .pilot had ~ur,ned for Cheir return %o IMaro +tinsburg ~t was possi,ble ,to see :the landing strip at ,the airport. Phone 173 I I Chestnut Hill W. S. C. S. Charles Town, W- Va. IHaving Supper____Sept. 19 I W.S.C.S. of C~estnut Hill are I Ihavlng ,a supper ~pt. 19 in church The Country Store, the Old Mill, the Red Barn and the Weaver's 'Cottage will be open to receive goods from 10 A. M. to 3:00 P. M., EST, on Monday, September 28 and Tuesday, September 29, and from 7:00 to 9:00 P. M., EST, Tuesday, September 29. : Perishable food stuffs will be accept- ed during all three days of the exhibit at the ,Country Store. Articles to be entered must be tagged and num- bered with the Waterford Foundation exhibitors number. Any exhibitor, who does. not. have. a number should report to the OLD MILL for assign- ment of a number, at the hours given above on Septeml)er 28 and 29.-Exhibitor numbers cannot be assigned during the three days of the exhibit. Jams and Jellies must be in Standard Size Sealed Jars; all baked goods must be wrapped; baked goods prepared from packaged mixes will not be acceptable; crocheted work and articles made of plywood will not be accepted. Exhibitors may call for unsold articles on Mon- day, October 5, from 10:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M., at exhibit buildings. After that date articles will be returned to the Old Mill. Waterford is seven miles from Leesburg, Va. From Leesburg take Route 7 northeastward to june- tion of Route 9 at Clark's Gap. Turn right to junction of Waterford road; right again to Water- ford, Loudoun County, Virginia. # WATERFORD, Sept. 17 and 24- 2L. VIRG1NIA ~nul:l ,beg~nnincg a~t 5:30. ~Soup, hot dogs .~nd l~am sandwiches, home ~nade candies, pies, cakes. E. L. Mi:DONALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. VIle raaVm.v . By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Held Weiner Roast $/Ir. +and Mns. Nelson Bush ~ad a weiner roast on ,the river Wednes day night @mong 8ome of +those helping her o have a nice ,time as :the rwe~ther ,was very ,warm were Mrs. ,Essie KCsner, Mrs. Nina Vic~ ers and daughters of' town. Mr. and Mrs: John Penning!on and ~wo children of Leetown and ~me of 'her .relaives. All h~d u good ~ime. 'Mr. ~orrest Chamblin OF Middle' ,way was a supper guest several ev enings last week ,with hls brother- ~n-law ~nd sisCer 'Mr. and Mns. Robez~t Frye. qMns. M~bel ~DuCrow of ~agers- town, Md. ~pent ~ast week ,with her co,sin Mr. and Mrs. ~Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs'. IMilton Popkins and ,two grandchildren Joyce and Bonnie ,were Friday even,|rig ~call- ers w~iit~i~ ,their son-ln-law+ and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs. O.l~ie John- ston. Joyce and Bonnie remained home for .the weekend wi,th ,their parents. Thursday night callers with Mr. a~d Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. ,and k'VIrs. Billy Bealman and, sons Steve and Ailen, 'Mr. ,Hubert Dutrow all of Hagerstown, 'Md., Mr. and 'Mrs. FlOyd ~awver of Ma~tinsburg. ~ss Mabel Ai%s of Weveron, Md. and Mr. John and Lester Viands of Charles Town. Rev. 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