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AAUW 15 Branch of Univ ,sity meet at the Mow at 7:30 p.m. the evening et Home ~COl- speak on the Beware." will also be the eOth anniver- eltbeWest the evening will Mn.Pat Ann and [ 725-5707 England which twelve days. Her ~ dieber~, Charles Town. Saturday morning t]x,y;ac- Jim Rogers is Rkew on a companied by Reinhart's businem trip but to Chicago, sister, Marlanna SmaUwood, M motored to Statmton, Va Mrs. Lewis Risa~ and wbereth~spe~ttbenightat neighbor, Mrs. Sadie Milton tbehomeeltbeJolmson'sson- were shoppers Wednesday in in-law and daughter, Phil and Winchester and were luncheon Cberi Moran. Saturday after- guests at Holiday Inn noon while the Johnsons Restaurant. On Saturdaythey played gotf, Cberi drove the enjoyed a seafood lunche~ at otber twoladiesona torn'el the Pioneer Restaurant, on Rt. the city, wbere they saw many 340, near Charles Town Plaza. places el interest, especm Uy Mrs. Kitty Hughes is hesteu the many large, lovely to the Kabletown 'Extension Colonial homes, the former Homemakers Club Thursday, Staunton Military Academy, Nov. IS, beginning at 11:30,#, Mary Baldwin College, where covered dish luncheon will be Phil is an instructor and en- ding with a tour el the birth- place el President Woodrow Wilson, just rlve houses from the Moran home. This was a most interesting tour, which included visiting all the fur- nished roonm on the three floors el tbe home and ending with a film. Mrs. Riddleberger added quite an to the tour by her remarks about the President and his second first lady as sbe them served at noon with members bringing a spice or herb seas=' ,ed me receipe for same. Stella Saylor asked me to report that about 8 o'clock Sunday morning a fax at- tacked one of her father's, Robert Hawkins near Rippon, pekingese dogs, injuring the pet about the mouth. The dog was taken to Dr. Master's el- rice for anti-rabies shots and as a young girl when she resided in Washington, D.C. I feel sure our guide learned many interesting fwst hand facts. Mrs. R. also remem- bered seeing the President with a cane over his arm when taking a stroll. Two of his canes were pointed out to us but Mrs. R. said that these were not the canes she bered seeing him carry. Later on inone of the rooms we saw a third cane. "There it is," remarked Mrs. K "T+nat's the one I saw him carrying!" she added. was to be under observation Lloyd Ha~ for nine days in case the fax were pleasan-was rabid infected. Stella Sunday evemngwants owners el dogs in this Carroll, who is area to be on the alert. An at- the National Air tempt was made to kill the fax, called and but it ran away. near]yah The Kabletown Church reports Memorial Fund has received a m spots gift in memory el Mrs. Helen Ware Snyder from Peggy excited about White and family. as he reported Reinhart and Mary Margaret Johnson el Front secretary to Royal, Va. were overnight Lord, is on a visitors Friday with trip to London, mother, Mrs. Elizabeth ~n~ KitchenAid KitchenAid X I n Ir e lP m ,rAJJ llON OSTS OR CASH BACK KiTCHe O? Bj~ .n KDR -68 and KDD-68 Portables ar, d KCS-~O0 Trash ~tor S50 back on KDS-20 I) wmlwm You can't find a better built+in dishwas~ w~uh more quality dishscrubb0r~g and durability features than the KitchenA~l Supert~ KDS-20. 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Robert Brooks, Sr. day evening to an end, there Mrs. Hunter's reference to was the gorgeous sunset! How the Gapland Arch in last many enjoyed it also? weeks column brought back Mrs. Anna Brill of Win- memories when my father, chester spent the weekend the tare Mr. Charles Johnson with her grandchildren, and I went to see this Tracey, Jimmy and Dianne monument as he had read Brig at the home of Mr, and account of it. We were amazed Mrs. Tony Hill. Sunday after- noon they visited Mrs, Bri~'s to see this large arch which was dedicated to the War granddaughters, Janet Hines, Middleway, and Carol Stickle Correspondents. Information of Martinsburg. revealed that it was designed I So glad to see Jimmy John- and erected by "Gath" in ston, Jr. is able, with the aid el rn~ory of writers~artists and I a cane, to walk around after Photographers of the Civil I having been bedfast forWar. The stone m~ument is several months and after 50 ft. high and 40 ft. wide and I being a patient in the local was erected in 1896, to the I hospital for surgery due to a special Correspondents of back injury, while working at Civil War. The arch resembles 11 a huge castle gateway of representing Mercury and-names of 157 Civil War design topped by Electricity. Inscribed on Correspondents and artists. three smaller Roman Arches, nmrble tablets are the w rds We found it quite an in- surmounted by a turret. "Speed" and "Heed." In- terestlng "off the beaten Niches contain statues scribed on marble are the ipath" trip- I "Where You Can Find Almost Anything" Open: Sun 12 - 5, 10 - 6 Wed thru Sat 10 - 6 Closed Tues 305 South West St. - Charles Town I I NOW 79.95.eg ,+,++5 Portable AM/FM/FMX stereo cassette tape recorder/player, as shown on page 629 of our Christmas Catalog. 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