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ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF KAB E OWN By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Sunday Services Phone 20-F-024 Regular morning worship ser- will be conducted Sunday 1 at 11 o'clock Eastern Time. the clocks are turned back that morning Mrs. Robert Sowers will entertain the local W. S. C. S. at her home Wednes- night, October 4 at 7:30 East Enough prefinished Weldwood Panels for one wall of your home* plus first quafity guaranteed handyman Sk,lsaw ,ow *Only four Weldwood Deo-FINANCING ARRANGED ratlve Wall Panels required. ASK FOR OUR "HOW-TO-DO-IT" BOOKLET...IT'S FREE! ern Standard Time. Rev. C. S. Reckley P. C. will administer Holy Communion Sun day, Oct. 1 in observance of Wor- ld Wide Communion. The local M. Y. F. members met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer Sunday night where George David and Mike Boyer 549 CHARL(S TOWN, WEST VII I 'IA of Gaithersburg, Md. spent last orchards of this area week with his brother Mr. How- James Myers of Silver Spring, ard Woodward and family of Md. spent several days with Mr, I o ool o,f a, o anot oro* Riley Thompson, son of New- with curves being cut back to a[Convention. President Nerhood ton Thompson returned to the minium. The Robinson company l told about the various programs.* THUR___ SDAY___ , SE_.___PTEMBE__R.R 288, 5--B Charles Town Junior High School has recently purchased a drive j He said there were 368 Kiwan-Pr0flram To Be Started where he is a pupil in the seven- over trailer which hauls ten l inns and their wives enroned. INext Month Dod- th grade on Monday after being trays with a capacity of 30 bush. t Sunday evening there was a mem [meets at 11:00 a.m. ge's aggressive moves to meet absent for eight days due to ill- els to each tray It is an automo-iorial service held for the deceas Area --- ------ the changing demands of the au hess. matic loader and unloader and is ed members. He said president I I n}z e tomobile market," Dodge General Mr. and Mrs. David Woodward the only one being in use in the Ken Lambert opened the Conven g The white Scouts are now out [VVtll~ LIII~;i3 /ViOla Manager Byron J Nichols said. tion on Monday morning with a and they will soon be coming to "We do not believe the car buy short address. He then introduc- Charles Town. There will be 26 500' In Sports ar Field er should be forced to choose ed West Virginia's Governor Bar ,of them on display early next Avon Wood Dairy Farm. and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood The latters parents Mr. and Thursday night he visited his cou Mrs. Ivan Woodward and their sin Mr. James Conklyn and tam grandson Billy Cameron all of ily of near Martinsburg and on Waterford, Va. were visitors on Friday he was a supper guest Sunday. with his cousin Mr. Joe Galloway Mrs. Edith Hunter of Leesburg, and family of Marvin Chapel Va. is visiting her daughter Mrs. near Berryville, Va. Homer Newcomb. Thursday evening from 7:30-- Miss Shirley Jackson of Avon 9:30 Sue Ellen Bush was hostess Wood Dairy Farm spent the past to a group of friends celebrating weekend with her grandmother her twelfth birthday at the home Mrs. Dorothy Miller of North of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Beach, Md. Bush. Those present were Care- ron. month at Goode Brothers Garage pike in Charles Town, local dealers for S r Motor Sales The Governor speaking of Un-IBuick' Pontiac and International, employment Compensation, said trucks. Dodge which t entered the low that he hoped that unemployed persons would take most any kind t The Scout, a small, but strong price field with its 1960 Dart and the compact car field with its of job offered them whether it and sturdy versatile four-wheel 1961 Lancer, introduced a high was their regular vocation or not'drive vehicle was added to the performance, high-styling Polara He said that he wanted Vo-Ag or i International lines last year and "500" in the luxury sports car some kind of Vocational training now a completely all white line market. taught in every school in W. Va. of the Scout is being offered for because about half of the school the Winter months to tie in with children never graduate. But the Winter's snows, it was stated. with this training these children! A sales program to promote will be in better position to make the all white Scout will be open- Mrs. Thomas Mercer was a visi line Cloud, Mary Ann, Joyce El- a living, ed in this area on Oct. 4 when tot Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. lea and Susan Mercer, Dianne some 26 dealers from Maryland, John A. Smith Jr. Charles Tpwn. Rissler Linda and Joan Rouss, President Nerhood said that Virginia and West Virginia have Mr. C. D. Mercer and daughters Debbie and Pattie Seal, Sherry one of the best talks was made by a dinner meeting at Shenandoah Mary Ann, Joyce, Ellen and Sus and Dale Burdick, Porgie Nelson, James O'Rouark, President of the Downs race track. And as a spec- an visited with his parents-in-law Stevie Bush, Willie Hummer, District Key Clubs. At the ban' ial feature of the meeting the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hough St. Darlene and Roxanna Clipp, Mes quet Monday night Dr. James Ed Imanagement of Shenandoah Bakerton. dames Jessie Clipp, Virginia Lee ward Webb of President Ken-IDowns has arranged a special Mr. Henry Clipp is having el- Burdick, Eleanor Bush, Joshua nedys' office and Senator Jen,:race for the program that even- ectricity installed at the farm Clipp, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush, nings Randolph both made inspir ing to be known as the Internat- formerly the home place of the Sue Ellen, Sonny and addresses, tonal Scout race. Ward Clipp family. Mr. and Mrs. John Butts of _ , ...... All of the International truck Two local farmers Henry Clipp Loudoun Heights, Va. were call-ISaohst Will .._v_Hae dealers in the area are now in of Walnut Spring Farm and Bob eros Sunday afternoon with Mr.m ---r-- ..... the process of receiving stocks of Cain of Woodlawn Farm report and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. ,. the all white Scouts So as to be good yields of clover seed. The following enjoyed Sunday |nr =uay ,0nYen[10n ready for the opening of the sales Mrs. Oral B. Hughes who ac- at Braddock Heights, Md., Mr. companied her brother-in-law and Mrs. Melvin Rissler, Dianne, |n | r[fhllrtl 1 drive. and sister Mr" and' Mrs" Jhn Mr" and Mrs" Nelsn White' Ka" "" wl"* s'- "v ! H Kanode of Winchester returned hy, MreandilMrS M iltonnROUsos, West Virginia Baptists will oly to her home Avon Hill after a " meet for their" ninety-seventh" an. .............................. " ua" e ........ m ciarKsourg, uct. Be Admimstered At very delightful_ motor trip to Mex " " n z s sslon ice. They tr=a,veled thirty eight ward Seal and three children, Mr ober 12 15 ...... " - . The mree oay session i thousand miles going by the way ndndM:S fW llardillWe.. WhRe and will be held in the Clarksburg LutheranChurch .. unaw of St. Louis, Me. and returning J ." Baptist Church by the way of Kansas City. They Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shultz, " . attended the Mexico State Fair as daughters Norma and Mary Lue . ome of the speakers appear- The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pus- mg on me program mczuae' ur ]tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur well as visiting many other im- of Haymarket, Va. were wsltors .......... J Lester ztarnlsn, roruana, ore-cA, Ranson, announced Monday portant and interesting places. Sunday wRh Mrs. Shultz s ster Mrs. Hughes found the mona- Mrs I Edgar Ware Woodbyrne gon and the Rev. Mel Dibble, Cin The Holy Communion will be ad- thins there scarce of trees and Farm. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Stork Shower A stork shower was given Mrs. Lorella Penwell by Mrs. Estelle Cogle on Wednesday. Refresh- ments were served and Lorella received many nice and useful gifts Those present were Mrs. Margaret Wilson, Miss Gayla Wil son, Mrs. Howard Cogle, Mrs. Violet See, Mrs. Joan Dinterman Mrs. Margaret Cogle, Mrs. Gloria Grove, Mrs. Gladys Gift, Mrs. Shirley Long, Miss Wanda Ever- hart. The honored guest Mrs. Pen well and the hostess. Those send- ing gifts but didn't attend were cinnati, Ohio. Mr. Jack Clinard ministered at both the 8:30 a. m. Minister of Music for the Fifth and 11 a. m. worship services Sun Avenue Baptist Church, Hunting. day morning, Oct. 1 in connect- ton, will direct ahe music for the ion with the observamce of World state meeting. I Communion Sunday. Services The preacher of the annual ser will be on Eastern Standard men will be the Reverend LeRoy Time. Sunday Chtfrch School and M. Keeney, pastor of the High- the Pastor's Class at 9:45 a. m. EST; Donald Noland, Superinten. dent. Junior High and Senior High Lutheran League meets Sun day evening. Tuesday, Church GIRL'S SLIPS Sizes 2 to 16 JUST DE;PT STORE CHILDRENS SWEATERS Lots of Styles and Colors 3 - 6x 7 - 14 SALE PRICED vegetation just bare rock. An- other important revelation was the fact that the whole time she was there she did not have an asthma attack. Returning home she felt the asthmatic condition again as they were coming throu gh eastern Ohio. The Buckley and Lages Inc. Road Building Contractors, Win chester, Va. are bulldozing a road through the Robinson orchards in order to make the harvesting of apples easier. The main road T Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Ethel Buz zard, Delma Staubs and Hazel Staubs. Mrs. Robert Spitler and two Terry and Nancy of Bal timore, Md. spent the weekend with the formers mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle re- ceived a telephone call from their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buford in Louis ville, Ky. telling them that they were grandparents again. A new baby girl have arrived in the Bu- fords family. This is two girls now. Mrs. Buford is the former Miss Betty Cogle. Mrs. Leone Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. George Cogle in Neersville, Va. I Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd of Chestnut Hill were Friday even- ing guests with Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Cogle and children. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and $ .57 to children motored to Wiley Ford, W. Va. and visited Mr. and Mrs. $ O00 Norman White and family, the " formers parents. B Mrs. Maude Hackley of Balti- more, Md. and a uncle Mr. Coop er of Harpers Ferry were guests L A Y A W A Y LADIES HATS a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. SMALL DEPOSIT Mr..David Staubs was a patient WILL HOLD. R E D U C E D :n the Charles Town General Hos pital for a few days due to a bad :use of the flu. He is now at his REG. $3.99 to $12.99 home feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Longerbeam REG. 59c YARD " S A L E md children, Mr. Walter Wilt S A L E Jf Chestnut Hill were Sunday Yds. $ .00 .47 to :uests with Mr. and Mrs. Junior r0ves family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and :hildren are now living in a iome belonging to the formers nether Mrs. Mattie Davis. They 'C SHOP OUR .vere living near Ranson until L A R G E aoving recently. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt md son of Sandy Hook, Md. were PJ E GOODS ]uests with the latters parents Jr. and Mrs. RusSell Cogle and DEPA MENT :amily. , Sorry to have omitted the name ~i:ii30lhl i!! )f Roger Piper from the news col when writing about our new All Wash and Wear' mholars for school. Roger started Stz o 14 Fabrics. mhool for the first time along with the other groups and likes C tO it. Kiwadans Hear $, .59 Of'Convention From Delegates f r i, IN REAR ,OF STORE! PLENTY OF FREE ,PARKING lawn Baptist Church of Saint A1- bans. Officers of the convention in charge of the program are: Dr. D. 9- 9 Fri. 9 - 6 Sat. Store Hours CENTER Cash Charge Layaway .... CHARLES TOWN'S SHOPPING The Charles Town Kiwanis Club held its regular dinner meet ing in the Thomas Jefferson Ho- tel last Thursday evening with Dr. Kenneth Psillas being intro. duced into the club as a new member by Ed Heckman, chair. man of the Kiwanis Education Committee. The three delegates sent to the State Convention were Pres- ident Ai N rhood, Dick Adds Council meets at the parsonage at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, Evan- gelism committee and lay visi- tors meet at the parsonage at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Friday, Junior Choir practice at 4:00 p. m.; Saturday, first year catechism class meets at the parsonage at between luxurious appointments on the one hand and top notch i performance on the other," Nich ols explained. "The Polara provi des both, and we believe that more and more discerning buyers will insist on this combination." The new, prestige car is avail able in two models-a two door hardtop and a convertible. Here in Charles Town the new The new car went on display in Do llge dealers' showrooms on Sep Dodge cars will be on display at tember 28. !Spiker Motor Sales, East Wash- "The introduction of the 1962 ington Street. ~RJtv Is~O~ m elCv~t$ Ot~tB rOw~ W. It~ ~ ~ ~ tt3t celeratesseven percent faster on five per. cent less gas than last year's compara- ble model. Seats are chair-high. There's a fold-down center armrest in front. The black automobile above is the I962 Thewhite car is the Lancer GT, America'l Dodge Dart 440, first of the Action first Sports Compact. it carries five. COr 1 IEconomy cars. A low-price, full-size hers flat. Handles neat. Really goes. Dodge that will outrun, out-economize Bucket seats, all vinyl upholstery, full most any car around. For a fact, it ac. carpeting are.standard. Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA NATIONWIDE MUTUAl. 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