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m m mm l '-O)here anking Is ?leasure BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 NO SERVICE CHARGE - NO MINIMUM BALANCE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 mm~m /-- ~- :---:- Mrs Mary Bruce Furr Preaching Sunday = Preaching Sunday morning in the Methodist Church at 10 o'clock; Sunday School at 11 o'clock. Callers this week of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr were Mrs. B. H. Rid- dleberger, ol Charles Town, and Mr. Roy Furl', of Hagerstown, Md. J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blue, of Charleston, W. Va, drove in Sat- trday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and children. Robert went back Sun- day by train. His wife is spend- ing the week with her sister, Mrs. Tom Rissler in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Margaret Gardner spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sagers and son, John Hampton, in Waterford, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Smith and sons visited Sunday with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer. A wedding Friday evening at 6:30 in the Baptist Church, Miss Kay Jackson and Mr. Robert Brady, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove left Sunday for Wheeling, where Paul GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY PRE- HALL0WE'EN DANCE Sponsored By: Marshall-H011ey-Mason Post 102 & Auxiliary AT THE -- TALL CEDARS CLUB 311 N. MAPLE AVE. --- MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1969 9 UNTIL 1 MUSIC BY --- "ART" GAINES SUBSCRIPTION -- $2.50 will attend Masonic meeting. t Little Paulaas visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lee Lupton, at White Post, Va while her parents are away. The tIatchery Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. John Gardner for its regular meeting Wednesday. Callers Sunday afternoon upon Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher, Jr were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer and son, Jimmy, of Big Pool, Md and Mr. and Mrs. Page Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim, of Charles Town, were call- ers Sunday evening of the for- mer's mother, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Mrs. Slusher was also a caller. Applicants Now Being Accepted For Merit Scholarship Tests Charles Town Junior High students who expect to complete ~heir secondary school require- ments a~nd to enter college in 1971 can register now to partici- pate in the 1970-71 National Merit Scholarship program, Prin- OUT6ROWN YOUR PRff ENT INSURANCE Your home's value keeps growing, but not your insurance. So you pay the dollar difference and a penalty if you have a loss. Make sure your insurance keeps up. Call us today; you'll be fully covered tonight. cipaI :raekson Flanigan a nou e.I in Vietnam Phlaf leeamk Wk|}m, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCATE ed today. 1 The primary mission of the reg.[ inm m ,mv ;vmu .mmmunmu n THURSDAY' OCTOBER 16, 1969 : The first step for all students t iment is to provide artillery sup- I .-- . A . . . wt~o wish to enter the nationwide i fire fme the division's in.lAzar(I ~arrler America The America, one of the newestI ~, Merit Scholarship competition isl 'a try tm'ts ngagea ag hast theI and largest carrie,rs, is undergo- Ja~,~2 ~| ,llhIPru Iqr I to take the National Merit Schol. I enemy. ] -'----- - ing extensive repairs at the Naval i ! nlnl:u II I arship Qualifying Test (NMSQT).] His unit is also engaged in aJ USS America FHTNC) - SepL Shipyard Portsmouth, Va. ! lliROUGHlllE I The test will be given in theleivic aotion program designed tol30 -- Chief'.Shipfitter Joseph B. school Tuesday, February 17, 19-jassist the Vietnameses people in|whitmer t)SN, son of Mr and It returned from a deployment n ] 70. l completing self-help pr jects't M-~ Wesl,~- P w~;,m,~,- on,~ h,o to Vietnam in Deceml)er when it. ~ W~m, ~uo F Taking the NMSQT is also thel such a sthe building of wells,/; " '- ' ~J ~:." " ::-"" was awarded the battle efficiencyi ~'~ first stc:p I'm: students who wishlCulvel'ts, sm.aLl br!dge~ and alsoj M~ndr [eVth:f ~e:l~eM~oSwnW~!a "E' and a Navy Unit Citation. ' to narticinate in alhm- ~ohnlar I SChOOlS. ~qulpment an~ materialsI J ~. ~" . " ~-'~~-'-"- - r ""'-':'-'' ~-'"" 7"/are made available through ~leI portea aboard me aircraf, carrier ~r~*.~'~'~'~.~-.~-.~.~.~-~,~:~-~~~~ stop programs aunnnisrerec~ ~Yl 2 I USS America in Norfolk Va the Natio,nal Merit Scholarship|~arme w'orps tteserve w~vzc Act-/, c,o~o,~oo ,~.~, ~o~o,o,~oo.u.o ~:~ MOFEETT'S PHARMACY grams include the NationalI /' ,~t Achievement Scholarship Pr -/Nsne ef^um AIm me I m 11 ramdents fOrantiOutstandingspecial Scholarship/Negr stu-l ,my,mvn, t/ 104 E. Washington St. --- Charles Town, W. Ya. programs administered by NMsc/predJcts Snow Winter / rT rr= for business and industrial finns.| "'$ / lLg I'l'.Iti '.k J ; DIAL 725-7321 NMSQT participants pay a $1 25l ----- . . / - A snowny winter and a wet su-| ~s ~ ~l~.-- ~es~ ~ee. an unusuauy pr~m~g tamer are in prospect if the "con- ~ ~ ~. ~ IK~r.ee stuoent is uname ~() a " The ~t za ct r of th' " ~ -- -- =- -- '~ " P Y 3e u e e weather in the 191 F~vmm ~ ~ test fee, i~wiHbepaidbyNMSC 70 Hauerstown Town and Coun-J --~m.wnat~.S~ PRESCRIPTION SERVICE at the request of the pri.ncipal, try Almanack proves true. I 7. - Although January is expectedI ~. i~---~ ~"#.~'~.~".w:~'.~w=~w'.~,-.w:w-~.~'w*~ Pro D'.k a r.a.^ to dawn "fair" the conjectures I [ ",~,~ l lit, EIIt,ml llU bUll~l m from then on are Jan. 4-6, rain or l ' snow; Jan. 10-11, unsettled; Jan. I ~";; IA~ Servlnn With F rct 14-17, ram or s~ow; Jan. 18-21,] LL" Ilsw0rth Electric omvan P . pamy cloudy and windy; Jan. 221 ,C Electric Heat - Wiring - Insulation . m u. -- 25, stormy, snow or rain; and Jan. I Marines In viemam ao21, snow or rain [ ;I Central Air Conditioning eebruary 1-3, unsettled, Feb. 4-[ For Complete Information Call: Vietnam (FHTNC) - Oct. 1 -- 5, hard frost; Feb. 6-8, snow and Marine Private First Class Rich- stormy; Feb. 9 11, unsettled; Feb- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ard G. Colbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Colbert of 104 W. Washington, St Shepherds. town, is serving with the Head- quarters Battalion, llth Marine Regiment, First Marine Division 15-17, snow or rain; Feb. 18-20, ha- rd frost; Feb. 21-24, snow and st- ormy; and Feb, 25-28, partly clou- dy and windy. Rain or snow,is predicted for March 7-9. ' Dial 725-5113 CHARLES TOWN, W. 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