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October 16, 1969

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S['!RiT ,IEr ER N.-t'ARMEIt's ADVOCA.TE . TNex! Bloodmobile Woman's Club Will Organizational ,eting October 21 ~The October n!eeting of the Senior Womans Club will be Tues ~tay, October 21st, 8:00 P. M. at the Hilliary ttouse. This is a very important meet- trig as it is an organizational one t~, formulate and alligate respon- Sil~ility to members. Both old and new members are u~ged to attend these meetings Wl~ich will stimulate their inter- es{ and create an awareness of what members can do to enhance t~e progress of the Club, which ~ililds a program for Community betterment. Members are asked to bring prospective members and t dues are payable to Mrs. Frank ltumston, N. George Street, Char- les Town. Wright Denny School Holding It's Annual Carmval November 7 'iVisJt October 30 feared Frederick Coun Junior Itigh twice, and Mussel- man once. They have lost by 8-6 scores to Mussehnan and 6-0 to Ilarpers Ferry. The ne t vis,t of the Cross Tickets"""avattame Bloodmobile unit lo Charles Town will be Thursday, October the ,:piscop l P, .ish .ouse For Teacher-Chamber in Charles Town, with operational hotlrs tO be from 10:15 a. m. until Dinner October 29 4p. m. The visit will be spon,~;ored Ibis Tickets are now available at a time by Charles Town Iti/h number of places in Jefferson School and all members of the County for the annual Chamber faculty and parents of students of Commerce dinner at which new The Wright Denny School is[are being urged 1o help make teachers who have joined the holding its Annual School Carnt.[ lhis visit a real success. A goal Jefferson County School system val on Friday night. November of 150 pints of blood is being this year will be honored. The Big" 16 oz. can $1.39 7lb. Please mark this date on sought with this visit since the dinner will be held at Itilltop your calendar and plan to be last one held in Charles Town ltouse, Itarpers Ferry, October29, there, felt far below the normal visit with Mr. Robert Stutman, Bureau quota of,125 pints. Only 79 pints of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Additional information con-of blood were collected the last Baltimore, Md. as the speaker. cerning this event will be made time, Red Cross officials stated. The tickets at $4 each are available at a later date. available at all four of Jefferson Offering $1,000 Reward coooty,s banks, at the Chamber office, at Supertane Gas Company i office and also at the office of For information On ] Norman isner Murder Mrs. Wilson Miss Susan Johnston A $1,000 reward is now being Homecoming Queen At offered for information leading 19 colors plus varnish, primer and clear. Ready to use--no preparation Dries dust free in 30 minutes Saves cleaning brush or roller Use for lawn furniture, bicycles, household ap- pliances, mail boxes, tractors, machines, tools, dozens of other applications. 0 to the arrest and conviction of the alleged murderer of Mrs. Amelia Shepherd College i Wilson. who died of injuries suf- fered near her home on Congress Miss Susan Johnstont daughter street in Charles Town on August of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. John- 28. ston, Somerville, New Jersey, was Mrs. ,Wilson's familv, the Braith crowned Shepherd College Home waites have- put up $'500 and this coming Queen on Saturday, Oct. sum was matched by the Jeffer-11. Alumni, members of the col- son County Court, upon the re-Iege community, and friends of commendation of Jefferson Cou-Shepherd College gathered for nty Prosecuting Attorney Jer- the Homecoming festivities and dine Radosh. the Shepherd College - West Vir- Charles Town City and State ginia Tech football game. Police have been conducting a The coronation honors were thorough investigation into the accorded to Miss Johnston by Mr. murder of Mrs. Wi}son since itDale tticks, President, Shepherd happened, but so far they haveCollege Alumni Association, and not been able to come up with by Dr. James A. Butcher, Shep- any clues, her College President. Charles Town Jr. High Floats, Masqueraders Gridmen Top Handley NeNed For October 30 18-6 For Fourth Win Hallowe'en Parade The Charles Town Junior ttigh Floats and marching masque- foolballcrs, chalked up their third raders are badly needed in order consecutive victory and their for the big Hallow'en parade plan fourth of tile season Wednesday ning to Charles Town on Thurs- night when they defeated the (lay night, Oct. 30, to be a success, ttandtey Junior tti~h eleven of it was announced this week by the Winchester, Va 18-6, on the parade committee. Charles Town Senior High field. Several organizations have Coach Norman Howell's Charles made entries. The Senior Wo- Town boys, did all their scoring man's Club who will have a be- in the first half and held on for witching scene on their foat, the victory. They had previously de-Junior Woman's Club will have i a grimaced Halloween theme, the Hospital Fund Raising will have a float with a Halloween Theme in the keeping with getting a new [hospital and perhaps a rare scene I of the past, the popular Country Doctor, the 4-H ClUbs, the organ- I izations at the Senior High School 'and several Marching Units, in. eluding the Starlighters from Vir- ginia will be in the line of march. There are cash prizes for both single and couple Masqueraders ancl the prizes that will be given I to the marching unit and the best Covers those "impossible to get to" places. Guaranteed to spray smoothly, evenly. LL PHONE 725-5113 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. move compartments on the road. With a wraparound instrument panel that puts everything just a glance or fingertip Che heavyl New Titan 90. Anybody can add a new truck to a lineup. Leave it to Chevy to add a truck and a half. Titan 90. No other Chevy tilt is so long on muscle. So fight for turnpike stretches. With 9 diesels available. And one of the biggest sleeping away. Conventionals. Vans. Recreational vehi- cles. Whatever you're thinking, your Chev- rolet dealer's got it. And it's a Mover. decorated bicyce are new features added to the parade. Kiwanis Club To Hold Pancake Supper Nov. 13 The Charles Town Kiwanis Club will hold a pancake and sausage supper Nov. 13 at the Wright Denny Elementary School Cafeteria, from 4:30 p. m. until 7:00 p. m. All you caaa eat -- $1.25 for adults and 75c for child,ren. Tickets may be pm~hased from any Kiwanian or at the door. i Review, Preview, Will Be Theme Kiwanis Club Chevy It iyl New '70 pickup. Chevy goes anywherel New Blazer: The first a Cl vy pickup has to Call it Chevrolet's convertible-station- move is you. we never forget it. wagon-car-truck. Or Blazer for short It shows in the way our '70s look It s the runabout with the largest s, In their smooth ride. i I and widest track. And all the different way, Order it with removable t ey co e: Fleetside, Stepside11 hardtop. Two- or four-wheel and Longhorn cam~,~z, l'~m* y,u f~t, kNp, u, f~st, drive'for tellin~ trails to get lost. Program Tonight 6:1G , Review and Preview will tbehe the theme of the program for weekly dinner meeting of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club to be held this evening (Thursday) at 6:15 p. m. in the Rib Room at the Turf Diner. Warren Mickey, new club presi. dent said the review will cover which role the Kiwanis played in the building of the present Char- les Town Hospital and the pre. view phase will cover what the club can do during the drive for i a new hospital. Rev. Charles Smith To Be Speaker For NAACP Anniversary Banquet Rev. Charles Smith, pastor, First Baptist Church, Huntington, will be the speaker at the Jeffer- son County Branch of the NAACP Sixth Anniversary Banquet. The affair will be held on Thursday, FI IEIqDLY' HOME- OWNED MAI KET L B (Shank Half 63c) (Butt Half 69e) $129 69 2 pkg S119 pkg 85 2 pkg $199 bag 29 bag bag 49 th gal 59 I. G. A. TABLE RITE U. S. D. A. GRADE AA LS 79c B J OZ J OZ | It J OZ I II 2 Coffee 69' 2 Sl S OLD VIRGINIA PURE PRIDE OF INDIA oz can I II 25 bag s2s9 G 3"1 4 s oo " 00