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- J , i IJl Lots of people put off making a will and then die totally unprepared to have their estate go as they had always wanted it to go ---and had planned in their mind but nevei" put it down in black and white. See your lawyer now. The Bank of Charles Town is fully qualified to act as your executor and we will be glad to talk with you about it at any time convenient to you. BANK OF I]HA ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE MEMBER FEDERAL i DEPOSIT INSURANCE 1871 CORPORATION ii N fTEMS OF INTEREST IN VICI IrIT OF By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F.024 Ill I r I i i Barbecue 'Chicken Supper Hummer of Charles Town, Miss The South ,lefferson Ruritan es Mary Ann Mercer and Cecelia eh, h ............. ;,,, Pipes, Bob, Sonny, and Sue Ellen Bush. In the afternoon Mr and Barbecue Chmken Supper Satur- ...., ...... ;" L l1rS rmur t)usn oi na,, o day mght September 23rd at the To " th ..... wn elr sons, l)ovel ana zam- Commumty Center Building near il f ........... , y o winchester anu Dilly a,u Bardane begining at 5 o clock. Communion .Service World Wide Communion Ser- vice will be observed at the local church ........ Oct. 1st at 11 o'clock by the Rev. C. S. Reckley P.C. Tentative plans are being made to hold the church community annual Ham Supper on Tuesday night, Nov. 7th in the basement of the church. Mi, s. Arch Carroll Sr. who re- cently returned from a visit with relatives in Baltimore, Md. spent several' days this past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Bush. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. How- ard O. Bush entertained the fol lowing to dinner: her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Basil R. Clipp, Miss Catherine Burns, all of Alexandria, Va., Mrs. Josh ua Clipp who returned home that day from visiting the former cou pie Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick three children " of Charles Town, Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, Mrs, Elean- or Bush, son Steven and Willie Beautify your bath with a Weight.watching is easy with this amazing scale, famous for precise ac. curacy. Now in beautiful new colors and designs thatadd sparkling in- terest to your bathroom. Choose yours today! $7.95 up family of Arlington were callers. Working In Apples A number of local women are employed in the Byrds Packing Plant near Charles Town. Among these are mesdames Virginia Mercer, Marie Hough, Aletha Sea 10ck, Edna Mercer and Viola Mer cer. Mr. Aubrey Howell and father Mr. Raymond Howell of Winter Haven, Fla. are visiting the lat- ".ers father Mr. Ulysses Howell. Robert Slusher of Drew Farm who is employed in the Moulton Machine Shop near the Bloomery has been off from work due to illness. Laymans Day Oct. 15 October 15th will be observed n the local church as Layman's Day. Mr. Paxton Marshall an act ive member of the Kearneysville Presbyterian Church will be guest speaker. A very cordial in vitation is extended to the public attend. Employees of the Russell Roof ing Company of Winchester, Va. have been engaged in putting a roof on the Marcus Bros. Cold Storage. Georgia Chips will cover the entire roof with a cork, fiber glass and pitch base. There will be approximately ten men em- ployed for quite sometime be- fore the job is completed. Mr. and Mrs. Grady J. Owens went by plane leaving Thursday morning for Los Angeles, Califor- nia arriving there the following day after a layover in Dallas, Texas for several hours. They will reside with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Mills. Church Services For Assembly God Church The Rev. William P. Reed pas tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ eed the following schedule of meetings for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Sunday school VA.'Lff ,ARDWAR[ CO.'at ,o:oo a. m. morning worship service at 11:00 a. m. Evening iEvangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. PHONE 278 J Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday Bib- CHARLI$S ,TOWN, W. VA. lie Study at 7:30 p. m. I i .... i THE WEATHER Weather verse which was his subject also Quite a change from 98 to 40 then spoke Jesus Again Unto degrees. On week ago this Mort Them Saying I am the light of day morning very high humidity the world he that followeth me, temperature 92. Tuesday nmrning shall not walk in darkness but very sultry and another high at shall have the light of life. A 1 p. m. 96 and Wednesday mor- very god attendance was out for ning not a leaf nmving very services. high humidity and at 2 p. m. the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett Aee aent Pmrr OF JEF' E1LU A)N ADVOCATE Sorry to hear of the accident 8--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, which happened to little Marsha Jenkins, daughter of Mr. , and Mrs. Ehner Jenkins while playing "America Is A Better America.Thanks To at her home with her brother in some way she received a broken leg and now little Marsha is wear "America Is A Better America.Thanks To ins a cast, so Marsha bc patient ASK ABOUT OUR ACCOUN CHECK HG IT GIVES YOU 12 EQUAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS thermometer climbed to 98 even attended the 14th birthday party under the shade trees the air of their granddaughter Miss Bar- was very close. Thursday morn. bara Slusher at her home surl- ing a wee bit cooler also becom- day evening in Ransom ins some what cooler in late ev- Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor ening, a very fine night to rest. recently with her mother Mrs. Friday morning air much cooler: Margaret OCt and sister Mrs. My- temperature 74 and becoming rtle Wilt of Charles Town. Sorry :cooler in late evening quite a to hear Mrs. OCt is not feeling so change and I say blankets were well at this writing. Best wishes comfortable. Saturday morning l to you mother OCt and trust you temperature 40 the kitchen ran- will soon be on the road to recov ge was the most prized article in cry. the home; breakfast cooked on Mrs. Ida Hardy who is a med. the range. Sunday morning an- ical patient in Charles Town Gen other 40 Sunday just a real late eral Hospital and been critically autumn day. heavy traffic on Rt. ill shows a slight improvement 9 several hikers on Appalachian so best wishes Ida for a very Trail. WSCS Meeting The WSCS held their regular monthly meeting. Tuesday night Sept. 12 at the church hall. The president, Mrs. Georgia Pearl call ed the meeting to order by sing ing hymn "Farther Along" fol- lowed by prayer by Mrs. Annie Wilt. The scripture lesson was from the 98th psalm read by Mrs. Nina Runion and all joined in singing Hand in Hand with Jesus. Poems were read by Mrs. Edith Garrett, Gods Will For Me; Lil- lian Garrett, When Evening Comes,; Annie Wilt Suffering; Mrs. Nina Runion, Gods Great- ness; Georgia Pearl, Gods Beiauti ful Garden; Mr. Charles Garrett was appointed to read the scrip- ture lesson next month. The sec retary read ~the minutes and call- ed the roll'. Those present were Nina Runion, Edith Garrett, Lil- lian Garrett, Annie Wilt, Arbutus Wilt, Antionnette Wilt, Georgia Pearl, John Runion, Herman Gar rett and Charles Garrett. Plans are being made for a turkey sup per in the near future which the date will be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose off Engle were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Seal and family. Rev. Lloyd Preaches ! Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg. ular appointment Sunday morn- ing at 11 a. m. reading from the eighth chapter and the twelth "America Is A Better America-Thanks To Advertising" WORRIED ABOUT WINDOWS? i SEE US! WEff L MAKE , ii , r,, , YOUR CUSTOM DRAPERIES at a fraction of what you'd expect to pay I For instance: 144" wall-to-wall by 110" ceiling ONLY to floor custom draperies in our Gotham cotton print unlined .... Choose from over 350 Custom Decorating Fabrics! Designer Prints! Rich Textures! Fabulous Colors! Bring Your Specifications, Order Yours Today! (Saane fabrics also available by the yard!) Do all your decorating now . . . put it on Penney's Time Payment Plan. No down payment. speedy recovery. and the time will soon pass by and you will be able to walk a- again. Busy Time In Village Well quite a busy lime in our little village the past week. Our new neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Gar- za and family who moved from Falls Church to the farm have decided to move the ranch home up nearer the highway. The mov ing just came along fine in two days it was moved and all in first class condition. Well then there was a foundation to build. Mr. Peer'with the bulldozer scooped out the foundation, the men folks of the neighborhood gave a helping hand and on Saturday evening the foundation was fin ished, the block layers Howard Wilt, Estel Wilt and Mearl Wilt which were assistd by Andy Seal, Richard Staubs and Mr. Brown with blocks and cement the work rolled right along and PHONE 587 RANSON, W. VA. the Garzas were a happy family. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i CHARGE IT ... pay the flexible Penney wayl Put it on TIME PAYMENT if it's a major purchasel POSH PLAIDS! LUSH FUR "COLLARS t ..... 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