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r Publiiill~l Every Thuraday By The Jefferaon PubUahlng Co. Inc , 210 North George St Charles Town. W. Va, Zip 25414 ~cond Clam P~tage Paid At Charles Town Poatofflce Max Bs'own, Manager Don Rentch, News Editor -~-- Member West Virginia Pres~ Aesoclation -- National Newapaper Association National Advertlalng Representative American NewBpap~ Representatives. Inc. Atlanta -- Chicago -- Detrott -- LOO Angeles --- New York -- 8an Francisco 8ul~criptLon $5.00 Per Year, Pltta 15 or& w. Va. Tax =- Y ~Z~ ~; .~:.5, ~llB~gmjroasts, steaks, etc. She made aI i comparison of the various steaks I, and the price of each Roasts were also included in the discuss- Mrs. Elsie Hamstead [ion denoting what to look for and a comparison of the cost of each. MIg~'~g~g~:~!C~~241g~'~ In the business, Mrs. Boteler Link Honored At Party Jr. was elected president, the Mr. William Tabler, Jr who only office to be filled this year. ] was 21 on Sept. 11, was honored At the conclusion of the meeting with a birthday party at the home the hostess served ice cream, cook of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ies. cake, punch and coffee. liam Tabler, Sr. of Shepherds- Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Creamer 9 in town. Parents of the honoree and their granddaughter, Suzanne For four seasons little Gary were hosts, assisted by Mrs. Wil- Swartz, spent the weekend with Hall, the smallest player on the liam Tabler, Jr A buffet of Sand their daughter, Miss Ginger Crea- wiches, potato salad, punch, ice mer in Washington, D. C. cream, nuts and mints and birth- Shepherd College football squad, has been a defensive stalwart for the Rams, but it was not until Saturday afternoon that he blast- ed his way into the offensive spot light by scoring the touchdown which provided the Shepherd Col- lege Rams with the spark that led them on to a 20-12 Home- coming Day victory over West day cake were served. Guests in- cluded, Mrs. Julia Palmer, Miss Charles Town-Ranson Mary Palmer, Mr. Charles Palmer Chippy, Cindy and Jimmy Palmer PTA Hears Of Program THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tabler, Jim and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis, Alecia, Amanda and Ann, For Hew County Schools A COURA6h)[5 STAIT:H[HT M, and Mrs. Herbert Tabler and Virginia Tech. Lura, Mr. and Mrs. George Tabler The first meeting of the Char-I Coach Roger Parker's Rams Mr. and Mrs. John Kendig, John les Town -Ranson, PTA was held were on the verge of suffering Congresswoman Edith Green, in a courageous statement, and David and Mrs. Gelina Ken- on Monday, October 6 at the Cha- their first defeat in five games, has taken exception to the idea that a college education is dig, all of Martinsburg, Mr. and rles Town Junior High School. trailing 12-6 when Hail came up ,a, necessary abtainment for every living soul. She declares: Mrs Gary Stolipher and Debbie The Reverend Allen Bartlett with another of the many great 'Too much emphasis has been placed on a four-year educat- of Dodson's Village, Mr. Sam Cat- presided at the meeting and int- pass defensive plays he has made ion as a prerequisite of success and happiness ' She said hell, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kendig roduced the following executive in his four years at Shepherd. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martz of committee; Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr. Only this time when he made the college entrance requirements have been waived in too many Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- V. President; Mrs. Virginia White, big pass interception he convert- cases to take in persons who are incapable of competing at ward McKee, Lisa and Mark of Secretary Treasure; Robert Sher- ed it into the touchdown which that level. The result has been students who are not accepted Middleway and Mrs. Roy Putman man, Mrs. Richard Adams, Mrs. made it possible for Shepherd to and cannot accept college life at the four-year level. She and Miss Lou Ann Whetzel. Many James Gore, Mr. Richard Adams, go in front by a 13-12 margin. attributes much of the campus unrest of today to the fact nice gifts, were received. Mrs. James Watson, Mrs. Hubert And once in front the Rams be- that there are people in college who should not be thence. She Hosts At Dinner Robinson, Mrs. Dale Ke'yser, Mr. came so fired up they couldn't said she would prefer to see extensions of vocational and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas Roscoe Payne, Mr. Donald Chap- be stopped. technical education for those whose intellectual bent leads were hosts at a dinner party for man, Mr. Jackson Flanigan, Mrs. Only nine minutes remained in them in that direction. Her rerharks make sense, members of their family on Sat- George Zamberain, and Mrs. Will- the ball game when Hall, who urday evening. Guests included, Jam Roth. had been playing his usual fine Mr. Floyce Rickard and son, and Shirley Hunt, Hospital Campa- defensive game all afternoon shot i SPIRIT OF 'JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATEf THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 , Manuel. This cast promises to re. two successes; The Haunting turn all of you who have been Hill House" and "The Fant~ m 1924 back again and those ol ticks." you who haven't been there yet to take you there for the first Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter a~ .time. Tickets are now on sale daughter, Kaye, of Hamilton, V~ for $1 a head, at Kastles Clothing were Sunday visitors with Store. Advance tickets are cheap- and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and dau~ er than the ones at the door. The ter. 12-12 and seconds later Mike Cal- Attic Players have previously had houn, put the Rams in front 13-12 Discont.4"nuing the Lumber and Building Supply business we will sell our complete floor stock at the corner of John Street and Wine hes er Avenue, Martinsburg, W. Va. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1969 with a perfect place kick. Minutes later the Rams put the "icing on the victory cake" by scoring again on an eight-yard pass from Ram quarterback John Akers to Duane Colebank, this TD came with 4:49 left in the ball game and when Mike Calhoun again place kicked the extra point try, the Rams had a 20-12 lead. West Virginia Tech came storm ing back in the waning moments of the battle after recovering a Shepherd fumble on the Shep- herd 40, by moving the ball to Shepherd's 13-yard stripe. But at this point, with only 34 seconds of play remaining, Archy Moore intercepted a Tech pass to stop the drive. Shepherd moved into front of the visitors with a touchdown in the first period, driving 57 yards for the score with Aliveto going in from the one-yard stripe. But Tech came back in the second period to knot the score at 6-6 which resulted from two fine pass es the second one for the score from Tweedlie to Meadows. 11:00 A. M. Paints; storm doors and windows; large quantity of wooden windows; screen; screen doors; wooden doors; folding doors; shu~ters; hinges; door knobs and ,handle; quantity of bolts and nuts (all sizes); approximately 100 rolls ~ felt paper; (5) 5' x 6' x 8' folding door units; (20) 4' x 6 x 8' folding door units; basement window frames; table top drain board sink; fireplace man~tel;~*~ roofing shingles; odds and ends lumber; and ma~y other articles used in the lumber and building business not listed. 1 Chevrolet ~-Toa Pick-Up. 1 GMC Dump Truck. 1 GMC 350 Truck with Flat Bed. 1 Cab over Jeep Pick-up with 4-wheel 4rive. Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises. WATCH THAT LFFT[ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rickard and ign Chairman, spoke briefly on in front of a potential Tech pass In the third period West Vir- TERMS--CASH: family, Charles Town, Mr. and the need of a new hospital and receiver, grabbed one of Tom ginia Tech went in front 12-6 DITDI/'I~/17V/IIUDz2O P/~ IMt~ An official of the U. S. Forest Service reports a dramatic Mrs. Bryan Silveous and family, aspca ~u p, rA momho~ ~, ho~, Tweedlie's passes and raced 25 when Bill Wiggins gathered in u~,a~.-,4aa '-U~vsu"4~ ~,v as~, increase in the use by the public of the 15,000 square miles Boonsboro, Md Mr. and Mrs. T -- . v yards unmolested into the end a Shepherd punt and raced 60 Auctioneer-- EDGAR A BOHRER of land in the United States that have been set aside as J" Wood, Florida, Mr. and Mrs: ca~VaSca;dstOf(leO::~egl~:o~r?nU~y: zone. This knotted the score at yards for the score. Clerk -- CHARLES E. "Buddy" WARE wildernes s areas Peoule who ~'~mnin~ ~tooert Ricgarn and family ann " ~: ~. '~"*'~" ~" Mr Robert Thomas and family, duced their new teachers as fol- - ~m " u~ m Berkeley Lumber Company Building & Land Is For Sale. space, m state and natmnal parks are taking, to wilderness. I ~iam . Th~ -oca~i-n mar~a lows: Wright Denny- Mrs Adams - ~ - [ I AITIC Y ayers Will Miss Blanche Dersam, M'iss San- ,Ull lklA[kl[ AU [ Anyone interested in buying this real estate contact: trmls and waterways by foot, pack trmn and canoe No irt f Mrs T s ~ ;. ~ ~ a b hday or . homa s fath- (tOUD~, rne curren~ ~ali nunung an(~ ~snmg season ~iow oi er. Mr Fleece Rickard and her dra Shanholtz, Miss Dixi~ Houser '~[l[:l~U~ll I~,u~u eL ~ee, ~w~ ~A~,VV ,~r~v Miss "'i ,w u w~e~, n~~nn~ ~, ~,--- ~ ~,~,~,~-~ ,~-,----~,-- . v c[orla l en~, Mrs. Llnfla =. nlllillll [ II~%~111 I II~JIIVW ~nu ~ ~.~ T~pl~ TTTilli~IT~ITT&" wilderness seekers will reach record levels, brother, Mr.-Robert Rickard.Strider, Mrs. Emma Layman, Mrs. IIl~|'Tl||J~l i Of all those who seek the wilderness, how many will ap- Mrs. Ivy Hartlove and Mr. and s,~,~.~, ,~ v~ xxt,~-.~ Wl res ct'~ Mrs John McCubbms of Balti preciate its blessings sufficiently to treat them "th pe . " "- Camilla Curry, Miss Linda Dow- JVIq~/ Vll [ I nv mhar Telephone 304-229-8354 - Office or 304-229-4801 - How many of those who go into the wilderness with all of more, Md.A visited .Mrs. Cathryn ell, and Mrs. Sharon Reel. Char I n~vv~,pw,m --n auau Oct. 16-1t- tieinz on uunaay atternoon the trappings of civilization-paper cartons, packaged goods, : . - les Town Junior High-Mr. Roscoe mmn zuyers i ,~r. ana ~rs Allen lilClmosn Payne; Mr. Grantham, Mrs. Snow, ~ -- ~- : : - - i i The Attic Players, a newly of beer and ingenuous plastic containers of all kinds---,rees~ Mrs. Metcalfe and Miss Veter. Ch- Misses Carol Hammond and I formed community theatre group ][) ,~,~,~1[~,~. ~rl~,~ 4-]~,~ will take the trouble and effort to bring their garbage back aries Town High School-Mr. Flan- Donna Rob, Of Richmond Va I in Char!ca. Town, will present J[ . l|l Ulll) l Wll ll with them or to dispose of it in a suitable manner? ber"o-f-'Commerce'and-~heir'fam: nigan; Mrs, Pasty White, Rev. Ba- have been ~isiting her parents: i'Ge rge r~elly~, '"The Show Off," ee * ~ * *- on ~ovemDer zl ann zz in tne There is nothing that can des.troy the wilderness quicker [lies at a picnic at Traveler's Rest rtlett introduced Mr. Sherman the Mr and Mrs Jim Hammond and [ K~KltTY&~K:~ m'm.~r w~Q m ira ~han an array of bullet-punctured beer and pop cans glitter- their country home on Saturday principal, as the only new mem- ~.~,ho ~," ~ ~ a [ auditorium of the Jefferson ~ ~z~ ~ ~LUa~a~ ~ VV ~ lll ~.~, County Civic Center m Charles ing with malevolent obscenity from the bottom of a crystal afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ber of the ~Ranson Elementary Charles Town and grandmother[ ~ t .~ T~ #'~ t ~ I clear,spring or stream. Whitmore were also guess. . School. Rev. Neal noted that Mr. Mrs Ed Hammond and aunt Miss [Town. nav-oayf varm re(n[ apes. ivlr. and Mrs. George Hilliara C. C. Hammond was a new mem Cammilla Wiltshire l The play is a twenties comedy ~' ID lhffglYrl~gD4~ and Bill were Sunday dinner gue- ber of the ]Board of Education. ~r, o,a ~o ~ ,r I about a Pennsylvania Dutch fam- Some things about the good old days are wo~ remembering. Like Fana uun auvani,34: sts of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant The program concerning the lpl~i]ade/D~ia:'l~a"s'l~ent'/as~'weel~Jily, whose household is invaded Credit. Many a farmer rsmembers the day he bought his first tractor. - * at Martinsburg. new schools for Jefferson County I ,ith h~ m~t~r ~VIrs Gr-ver [ by a loud-mouthed show-off, his first truck or his first farm with a farm Credit loan. Many~Ea~rm Every once in a while we like to pause and say a nice word Mr. Virgil Hamilton, Jr and was presented by Mr. T. A. Low- i T~:']t'h "'~,a'"~'i~"-~' ~rs" Ph~,Uis [ The cast under the direction of Credit loans have been arranged ever a friendly cUp Of ~, or two about those who advertise in our newspaper. There daughter, Mary, Miss Pauline cry, Supt. of Schools, with Miss [ ~Vehh ~ Steve Hooper consists of such [ c0ffeo, You'fl feel at home when you mtt" Farm Crodit ~J~." S l' are many local firms and others as well that; have been Hamilton andMr and Mrs. Sonny Lucille Heflebower speaking on[ [per ona 1.ties as Mrs. Mary Bell[ st~a in aniline. ~" I Mrs l~iancfle Dawson ot r'rlnce I -- *- rmmflmn ot t/rafton were runner son an~ aaugmer in law me uev v , steady advertisers for a number of years. We hope that our the design and usabilty of the [.~ . [ ]oward, 'Miss Paula Propst, Miss [ Jl~ rTeaerlcg, MO, lS visiting ner r "ALE i gueStScathryn,On ~un~aYMary o~ ~v~r anu Ivlrs the P. T. A, Mrs Jesse Boyd - [ readers take special note of our advertiset~ and whenever w ,~ ~ams+o,a " . new elementary schools. Mr. Her-[ - [ Ca el Benton, Lyle H(xffman, [ ~ i " " " l bert Cottrill Asst. Supt. of Schools ~" " ] Ste e Hopper Jeff Roth Tank I possible, use the servme, or the merchandise offered.L AI, are. Homecomln~ ~ ,a.~t .~ ~ (~r~ ~ - ----.--.~hur h spoke on the design (ff ~ he high [ an~, ~ars' aDav~ ~awso~ -i ] : ; [ ~0 ~iil~r"---- free people and app mte hli e ~ ll~ng will be this S"ii~ ilay, ~t. Ojwit~ ieha~+ This wits ~nllllilld by a i ~'- ~'~ ~'- ~: ~,'~: ~| I .~-~. n" " " i them. So do we. Without mt[~tl ~rust there woul be the Rev. Paul~t~r~ey,~ormer pas ~n an~ ans,'7~'2~-C'" "i daughter Miss Eleanor Anne':8~ti~ l - ] ' a~l.l.l.~'~' ',~lr-, . :: *~ The membershi i'te- -'^ [rley visited Gettysburg and othe[" ~,i~ I ~ i ~'~vt~ no newspaper, shipt r' aSservicegUeStwillminister.be heldTheat ll:00w r" nsisting of Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Butler I places in Pennsylvanm recently. -[ - " - "- I ,~/~ J HARPER'S FERRY WOMAN'S . D,~,~$,mJ YA H~IJ A.M. with a covered dish lunch- and Mrs. Gore reported that 68[ Mrs. W~nf~d Sammons and[ "- ," : "4v-1 ! ,- ~ffi ~c,T~ ~,mp ~,~I rlUll|dll~ IU H01U con to follow in Fellowship Hall. parents and teachers had joined c.nuc[.ren o~. wneamn, .~vta spen[ [ ~~IILJL.~ [ Anna and W 1- I uunaay wire ner parems, ~r. ann I i~ I -- - " HOLD ~l~ V S~ll~ The next meeting of the PTAI " u n IPrnm,=m in Ra 'anmi[|, liam, children of Mr. and Mrs. -. - i ~[ ~~ i The Womans Club ~f Harpem[muv~mnu Ill ~um~vuna~ Ed Price of Martinsburg, spent will be held on Nov. 3atthe Ran-~ 1" T The Missionary Group meeting son and Wrtght Denny elemen . . . Ferry and the Senior Girl Scout I a~ ~. th~ ,~.~.~ ~, ~, the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. wui De ne a nursaay at ~race t,~ I Baptist Church beginning at 10] ~ [ . ~: - ~=- -. ~ I Troop No. 427 are sp(msoring a i~,::~:~'~'~h~,~ :,~'~'~a'~"~~, V. Stuckey, Jr Mary Ann and i --'~ o'clock rummage sale on Friday and Sat-l;:,~,~',~"'~,~,~'f~ca,~'~:" ,~'~=o,~=~ William observed birthdays on,H,-- I Mrs.'Sherman Hopper and son [ ~ [ ~~~ i v-~ n and M nda urday, October 24 .and 25, in the Jthe Fai~" C:rouna~ in ~e~-v-ille Su day o y. Kaplan Building, Potomac street, l~)a' Satur~lay, Nov:"l, fr'o'm 10 . Miss Debb!e Sto~phe~.d.au.gh- tanen0rrs tames [Mr. Eddie George were called toI ">~ - : :. I IF~~ i [Virginia last week by the death[ ~ --.- I i~s~~~]ll~ The hours on Friday are 9:30 i a.m. until 2 p.m. Orclers for trees ~er ot~f ana~rs:~ary~ol~ner H01d TO fl Lead ,ofa relative, x -~u~,I,~,mL-J~w ~,~~~:'.:: -: a m to 9 " m and on Saturday I a ~* ~,~, .on o. -ooooo. -oo a m 0 I The Ruritan Club will attend[ --~'~l~ I ~,~/~llP i 9~30 "a. m. ~ 5 ~. m. Anyone hay'-[ f*~, ~,~:~L %~ n:l~iL~'.:~ nesday afternoon with her grand i ing rummage ~o donate, pleasei"*ForVadd o l 'inforn at'i'on' n, m~her, NMor~:~hel~t:e~?~ " """" " [services in a group at Grace Bap-[ i~. ~ [ ~~ 1 In WIV~ l$~lmlt~ lust Church Sunday evening at l~t~l~:~ r~"~dm~"'--~ I .--.~~ Im s call 535-6~2~ or 535-2203. [terested persons should call . s i~ ,lle.m- . =, is o'clock. I~ l r wlg, lil ' "" "r s s "~ s" ---ares esaa, ~aa spent the weeKena wits ' .omern re( rvgrave, rne <,in r . Ufile ' " Standingof TeamsgUe !H fltow P oIIs I i i . r-c; li vl v--- ! I "~ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- WXVAH?usewi.ve s Lea ~AU 'i'lt~ W~T ,~ U~ or r ra z e 1 tser yv* . ^- ,~^ ~, Tea I a i n U II I ~+ *~* :-*.;-i~t-~-~:-< Mr; George Hilliard was in 1~12" i. L . Kings Daughters Hospital several Laden~:rfs Lambs I II~l,lAlil H~llqihM~lD~li rA I F.L.B. " ASSOCIATION P C.A. i ~ - ---= ]: ~ days last week for observation. Lloyd s Lions 11 5t I iU[ LCdU Ill t, UUHIY I Wgllb] IlglgINgll~; q~ve [ TWO ETALA QU The Circle. of Women. of the Coop.er'sCubs 11 51 . . - I I W. W, HAMMOND -Assistant Mar. --=~ = =a-~ ~ ~m, mam m,a, Presbyterian Church will meet at nares Mens 10 6[~am~l~[ |~11~ ] uiai Ig,~=OLLJ I Kirehen's Kittens 9 10 lilVlllllll~l ~w|U| h~ll~V~ ' ,CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Shepherdstown, W. Va. -- 876-6820 Pl~HIl~ K~l~K~ the home of Mrs. Black Willing- [ i ham on October 23. Ditty bags Arundel s Antelopes 6 10[ --f rs n- - .~,~.~, for overseas servicemen will be Madden's Monkeys 6 101 .Jex e o! . oumy [ L *~ " " n i ~ ,uommercial Le~,ue .4~rjv/,~n~ packed at this time. I Lupton s Ladybugs 5 11 i W - ~ ~ ~ I i 1 [] 1 [] [] [] [] 1 Snyder's Seagulls 5 11 Teams . L ~'-~ fl[~[?/~:~-~ SP-4 Glenn Stephens, who is Button's Bunnies 5 llJ Halltown Paper Dolls 14 6 ~ ~ ll " ~- : - - ~ ~ - :~ stationed at Qui Rhen, South Viet ~. 0 i Barge's Tigerettes 13 7 ~'~i~ i ~ ~i = - . - - - - .-- ~ -[j MAGNIFICENT nam, is home on emergency leave Ladendorf's L~r~l)s managed to I Hill-Dale Beauties 13 7 ~,~r~ ff~ ~ B"IJ[ ;J ~ .- "- - = - -= ~ WALL due to the hospitalization of his hold onto first place in eh'~ WX.[ Dave's Esso Extras 12 8 t l . 4~i~~~li~ D~:ORATIONS mother. He is visiting at the home ~'~L~/~ / ~~l~Frz~t-" of his sister, Mrs. Mary Coats. VA Housewives Bowlin= League I Market Manor Miracles 11 9 ~' ~'~[~~ Club Held Meeting in action Tuesday Oct ~7 ~t ~h~ I Courtney's Spark Plugs 10 10 ~ ~ ~/ 1 ' " ' " ~ ' sk P" e " " h Norman s Ru 8 12 [~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L" The Edgewood, Homemakers Ik side Bowl, despite ~ efact ] i,ta~ et,-Ib~ ~ "/l~ ~ ~ 1 ~l ~ ~ ~t . ~ Club met at the home of Mrs. they dopped a 3-1 match. I .~ k'~k ~b. ~ Howard James, Shenandoah Jun- t ",Ivour renneys o l~ At he same time Lloyd s Lions - . ,Moler's Citgo 6 14 ~~ii~,~i~Lami~ ction on Wednesday. Mrs. Boteler and Coopers Cubs moved to with 0 "~ rl 1"~ r'~ t~ ~q II Ir "~k.~/~~~ Link, Jr gave the lesson on in one potnt vf catchicg the' - EACH IS ~~]~i~--------~l~ "Cuts and Costs of Meat". Mrs. league leaders by scoring 3-1 vie. [ The. H. al!town. Paper Dolls / L F l~" ~i~~ ~. ~. # I i I / INCHES ---~-;- .~ -- m TM Link spoke of the several kindst, ~.o-ie" i movea into mec lean in. me Jeer- l~ ll'l k lr'll ~ ~ "q~i, .d 1 / " Helen Barnard and Scottie[ers n County ommercial League I, l Ill / I i I/ Marcus roiled ,the top individuallinact.i, on atPike de B wLoW.V: J J k.lLL ]i IL. " N P-=A game scores of &he day, both com. i~?~":', v r s~ o in~ un with a 180 while Ma~,~ie,Tigereues and the Hill-Dale L A C E ~,:=ho ,tn,i~h.~ ,hlv~t~ uri~h~ ~lBeauties tied for second place. re o--- - .Downtown Winchester 176 " I Corrine Wood rolled the high ,IN I W ~ ~ ~ ~ |# I "zae e ,Oa, " 1 .ag.gie .Whtt ehair also rolledl gleg em a ea :tthew saYsea Meguiar/.W & V lUe used in living room, den, ]amtly ~ NOW PLAYING the high individual set score, a/~ - -i " "'h~ a 17^ ct =o'tie ~Oom, o~ice, etc. Beauti]ul antiaue J~! g( So/d-toned ~h. ~l,#. a~vemngs "# ~ v 487, with Scottie Marcus secondI n g . v~all i~o~ Sat.-Sun P.M. Cont. *hj.rd with a 4~5 [c.me in with the h,g, he~ score Renlllar 1NNN 11 ~ g 19NN V~I,~ "" -- / llh .~ AQ~ .~4- h;1.~ Tl +~;.~ A,-,A - .v~l--,i-- -liVq#1 I -I elS#li# ~ I dl= lIJlSiP lt.illAllo,~ . . . Maddexl's Monkeys rolled the w ~ . - ,- high team set score, with a total] ers Anders was second w~th a THE LARGEST SELECTION OF " p'alfall of 1884, while the Harris[492 and. Charlotte Heishman was IN I 4 / ~ t# I he ',h e ' re third with 491. rfi J ~ " Hens had t hig tam sco / Roth is "h lea uo', egular IO.UU ValUe $'IKE DIAMOND ! o ~ i riancy,e g i " " " -- i leading bowler with a 164 aver-] --" "--" age, ~hile Charl()tte Heishman is' Subscribe To The Spirit 162ha dDottie And- Regular 19.00 & 20.00 Volue IN EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA . * ' " AND AT LITTLE OR NO MONEY DOWN Re0ulor 21 00 23 00 & 26 00 Value Look for the Keepsake Sign in the center of DOWNTOWN CHARLES TOWN 230 W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. All Work And Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Hours Daily - 9:00 to 5:00 Friday - 9:00 to 9:00 Remember - If You Don't Know Your Watches, TEGHNICOL,OR BRANDED FOR ENERGY. SUNBEAM BLUE RIBBON RANGE BREAD SPECIAL GROUP LADIES' COORDINATED Regular 24.00 SKIRT & SWEATER SETS PLENTY OF F-R-E-E PARKING IN REAR THREE WAYS TO SHOP CASH--- CHARGE