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'! ?,Tr. Mearlo Wilt and Mr. . ITurn. AND OTHER .... phrey Wilt have been assisting .......... lheir brother William Will with ............ Imlm!111 l kl i.i ! [(.azq3anter work which a now By ,Mrs. JUlia wnlpp viands I/ 11111 IN ' II t I room has been added to tile Wilt i -- -- . ....m.... ,., ' l home for bath room and utility! Mr. and Mrs John Ilampton By Mrs. Georgia Pearl room; also a large porch was en- and son Terry of Bal!imore, Md. ]ctosed in making these two rooms spent the weekend with the lat- ~: =='====~ ===---- "-----'-- [ and it has made quite an improve, ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Gar- ~aOw Sunday I know of his physical condition [ment to the home. I land llenry and son Davicl. It~ big surprise Stmdaylso they were informed the bestI Mr. tIoward Wilt has been de-I Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Frye of sno~; quite a change I thing to do was to visit the Clinic layed quite a bit since the snow Millville were Thursday after- ~k ago this Monday merlin Hagerstown, Md. for a check with his work as contractor at noon callers with Mr .and Mrs. %h Was a :very cold day up. The cause of his illness was Shenandale which with his crew~Bert Viands. morning at seven a. m. ]discovered with medicine and Itias plenty of work awaiting him. I Mr and Mrs Ronald Wiles and l~sdaWind and also a cold I care he will be in tip-top" health. I Mr. ,lack Fleming of Leesburg, Idaughter Sherri Lynn were Wed- y morning rather We are very proud for this report IVa. was a business visitor with tnesday evening callers with his So cold and sunshine [ Best wishes little Kevin and the [ Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their ] parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles f'Which we were very family. I home Tuesday evening. I Sr. and family at Loudoun Itei- 'have. We still have ice Mr. C. N. Hawk is spending a [Finish Work In Apples [ghts, Vs. ZgWith us,. Wednesday. , much needed, vacation with his I Anne ......... wilt, ~,ai'-"m t, arrett IdaI Mr .... and Mrs Charles Stocks ~ : and very race day [ son and family Mr .and Mrs. Carl I ............. S""~-s Essie Lan land Mrs. Catherine Holler of unshme, temperature IHawk of Sykesvllle, Md. Mr. ~ ..... r - h-have -'ust finishe.~ [Brunswick, Md. were Thursday t * t:O.~ttr w o j , tt 0 57 . Thursday cold lHawk is really missed by every ]~,..~ .... t. ;.. ,~ .... ~,,o ~, ,he ]night callers with the formers llne out with a brilliant lone when out of our community. I~va'ora~}n '~lan'~ inV~=s(~'n and Iparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye :Seemed as though there ]Uses New Trailer I.__ ~_~.. ~^. ,...~ ~.,..., ..... ark I Mr. and Mrs. Donald ttover- of sprmg. Friday [ Mr. and Mrs. Johnnle Mercer ],,, ~,, ,~ .... * home As the wea ]male and children Davie and Don e little snow left a cold land daughter Carol are three hap I.~' ~u,,,,~. ~ " ~ ~ , ,L~ I na spent Saturday with the for- the night becoming [py people. They spent Saturday ]tne~ snaSraO~?e:ke:Yn%aroa~r ba~t I mers parents Mr .and Mrs. Clyde ~turday clouded skies [night in their new trailer. Some 1~2.~" ............. ,. ........ ell I Spearow in Berkeley Springs. ~e apeparance of snow. Itime ago their trailer was badly I t~e,t..%u~,.e~,~e~ ~omew~k.~ ] Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. r! Hawk of Sykesville, I wrecked by a bread truck which I ~'~'.'~',~ **~" #['..~. a filled his "re~" [ and daughters Mary and Nancy [dinner guest Tuesday I by accident was parked in a drive l ular~a '~oi'n~m~en~Sunda_ mornS, land Mrs. Julia Viands were in ~er Mrs. Nettle Staubs [way across the road and the I...~ ~, pp ..... m readiYn" from [Martinsburg Friday evening. Mrs. r Mr. C. N. Hawk. ]brakes gave way and crossed the I~ el~even~h"cl~a,,ter of Lu~es ~os [Julia Viands and Mrs. Viands Jr. J0ungster I highway and hit the trailer and I~"~ "~-'~'-e fir~ ten verses ~orIvisited their friend Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Charles GarrettIThe Mercei"s have had some dif-[pet and. tn I Fawver in the city hosnital Mrs. ~0rs Saturday night with I ficulty in getting this straighten- Ires suoject was prayer IFawver who has been very' ill is ~ghter and family Mr. [ ed out so at last Thursday a new [ Entertained At Home [ able to sit up one h~lf hour dar- rell Slasher of Ranson, Itrailer came on the scene and ] Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniels ling the day toe grandparents were I now the folks have a new place of l entertained at their home in hog I Mr Roland Whinn of Millville .~ to hear the report labode and are now a happy ram- [or of their daughter Sharons ] spent the weekend with his bro- ~andson Kevin Slasher. lily. l eighth birthday. Guests present lther-in-law and sister Mr. and ~elIow was a patient in I Mrs. Pearl Pierson and sons of [were Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey IMrs. Bert Viands. [Wn General Hospital ]Ranson were visitors Sunday with I Wilt, the grandparents Miss An- I Mrs Harry Wiles Jr. and dau- bago and very ill. The IMr- and Mrs. Howard Wilt and Itionnette and Arbutus Wilt, Mr. [ghter" of Loudoun Heights, Vs. were very anxious to I family, land Mrs. Paul Wilt and Walter lspent the day Wednesday with !. twill, Wayne and Shelia McDan-Iher sister-in-law Mrs. Evelyn RIP OF JEFFERSON FAm zns ADVOCATE ]iel~eThetcen~eFt~ece/:l~etsh~a~abi [Wiles and daughter. ~A~ II'~'TTIT~F ~, ,ha, o I",I Y " ) Mrs. Edythe Jones and daugh- l, J~i,tu~r~l l~, a~ol --~]by the mother Mrs. McDaniels, lter of Martinsburg spent Thurs- -I one cake a milk chocolate with I day afternon with her brother I Ihappy birthday. Sharon received [and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. D many lovely and useful presents r rle f m t M R. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist [ , , . " , " . . ]Har y Shi y and a ily a id retresnmems were serves conslst ~ dleway. E8 EXAMINED -- GI,#.SSES FITTED l ...... ts eanuts[ "" ~1:'---9' - ~;'00---Closed Tuesdgv and Thursdg, I mg ot potato c.mps, nu , p .... ] Mrs. Betty Hovermale anti aau- ~OI*E~5 EVE~I'INC~ By A~oint'ment Only --- I soft drinKs ann cottee ann mrm-[ghter Donna visited Mrs. Adam w ** rr .v. S ' " ~ ~t~ ~ ~o,,~,~ ~ ~.~o,t,,o ,m,,,.,,, w we [ day cake,. I Capr~ott~ near Harpers Ferry on " ........................... I Mrs. Virginia Wilt and daugh-lwhursdav afternoon I ter Cindy of Murrell Hill and [-Mr S~Ivester Frye of Bethesda Roseb,d . cean a S spent the weekend with his intoner guests . w eonesa y w ,. l parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye the latters aunt mrs ~viyrue wilt " " h I I Mrs. Juha Viands and dang ter and family of Charles Town Mr e hi 1 a lkl I . .... : , ; .... [ s. H len S r ey w s ta "ng to ~ ~ ~-It ~ ~ I Mrs. ttlcnara west ann ltttie [her son Mr. Lester Viands in Dev : . Idaughter Nina Susan of Purcell-Ills Lal~o N D on Tuosdav niuht : I~! I I' I'1| 'l~' I ville, Va. was a dinner guest Wed [Lester~'says it keeps- very col(i ' ~ ~ LI ]l.~ /nesday with her mother and fam l there and he sent his love to all v v lily Mrs. John Runion. I of his friends back here. : " ] Mr. and Mrs. John Runion andI Mr and Mrs. Charles Stocks i: /son John Jr. and .grandchildren land iVlrs. Catherine Holler of Nancy Runmn, Lmden Palter 1 ~' I M I Brunsw'ck, Md. were Sunday af- l ha,,,~ ,, .... ~,,,~,~~v,~ A~O~ ~_A~ I and Dale Runion motored to t. [ternoon callers with the formers -,; v,,-,-,,,~,, , ,~--,., ~,,..,v ~,x,_,v- I Jaekson Va and s'-ent the week i ........ n_t_.._. ~- " I m , P iparents Mr. ann Mrs. ~xooe~ gq'AWIOM l---t d nt l-lill ,~n ] end' with the formers mother I Frye tat - "~ ........ ' ...................... ~ Mrs. Julia Runion and on Sunday [ 1Vir" and Mrs Donald Hover- Washington Street. were dinner guests with Mr. and[male'and children Donna and Mrs W H Miller and family of Daw ere r n c ' " "e w Satu day ight all- u~cksburg, Va l n ,. i Q " ers with the'r grandpare ts Mr. . . . ~ and Mrs. Bert Viands OLD BOND STAMPS wdl be g~ven w th all '1 Cary Grant plans three new Mr Forrest Chamblin of Mid- ....... [movies. dleway and Mrs. Ester Turner of ann we promise you qUlCK anti ------- . Ranson were Saturday night call. Steel backlogslowest smce service at ALL TIMES ers wtth Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1958 recession. Frye Air conditioned umbrella is pa Our deepest sympathy goes out to the sister and brother of the { AS - OIL - GREASE JOBS tented, late Miss Frances Markle. Miss I , GUY CHICCHIRICHI, Mgr. 5016 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington SL Charles Town, W. Va. Day PHONE:-- Markle had been before her ill- ness a wonderful nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy were S'unday afternoon With their. parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mich- ael were callers one day last week with her mother Mrs. James Dail ey. : Mr. Nelson Bush visited his mo ther Mrs. Bush who is a patient :in the hospital in Weston and i found her just about the same. 370 NightI Sorry not much news this week I lbut due to the bad weather not :much visiting. COMPLETEI LINE -.-OF--- Ranges, Refrigerators, =- our business is Washers, Etc. Televisions Radios SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! t Specialists--that's us. We are equipped -- A L S O --- trained to provide the best possible serv- to our customers and to our community. t'I( ping your home oomfortably warm is cl nal matter with us. That's why we're ecan offer you Atlantic's famous triple- ,eamheating oil, the cleanest-burning fuel buy. ' il, arrange for service that you can count o matter when you need it--just writ tm today. Let US give YOU an es- timate on your next job. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ROBERT M. SMITH --and-- APPLIANCE CENTER DISTRIBUTOR North George Street Charles Town, W. Va. RANSON, W. VA. Telephone 424 Two Soviet regions rebuked for feuding. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Kable D. Johnson, Administra- tor of Margaret V. Johnson, de- ceased. James M. Mason, 3rd, Admin- istrator of Oliver E. Williams, de- ceased. Virginia Mock, Administratrix of Jack Willard Mock, deceased. Herman H. Piggott, Administra trator of Lucille T. Piggott, de- ceased. Bank of Charles Town, Admin- istrator of Grace Manuel, deceas ed. Bank of Charles Town, Admin- istrator of Mary Blaine Barker, leceased. Charles W. Whittington, Admin istrator of Lena B. McCherry, deceased. N. Clark Furr, Administrator of Carrie Roderick, deceased. Elva Elizabeth Tharpe, Admin- istratrix of Wilbur L. Tharpe, de ceased. Lee Graham, Executor of John Thomas Bates, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Com- mittee of Charles E. Hardy, In- competent. Louise C. Briscoe, Guardian of Dillow Infants. Anna C Marlow, Guardian of W. Watson Marlow Infant. Kathleen A. Yowell, Guardian of Addison and Huyette Cam- mack, Infants. The Old National Bank of Mar tinsburg, Trustee of Estate of Ad dison Cammack ,deceased. The Old National Bank of Mar- tinsburg, Trustee of Estate of Louise Moore Wiswell, deceased. Given under my hand this 17th day of January, 1961. MARK B. WETZEI Commissioner Of Accounts County Of Jefferson January 19 & 26-2t. for available ex'tract a]e. These extracts are at the school , and can be obtained from the tea 7: ~ .:. qPDV t~|TD.. ..... r Bruce Furr ..... ' ' ,Jt a . iv~rs, lwa y chers and prices are vanilla ~z oz. I " I , --'---" -- $1.75; lemon 4 oz. $1.50; pepper- qhe Leet0wn M. Y. F. held mint2oz $70; cocoanut, almond, I Place Your I SELF RISING MEAL theirJanuary meeting Sunday pineapple~ "mixed fruit, black [ Orders For I ,,,o,~,,~ night at 7:00 in the Leetown ~e- walnut, lemon, banana and maple I I ~r,,~; _ ~_ thodist Church. Diana Collis.wa:~ all 2 oz. $.70. I , I BUCKWHEAT in charge of the program WhiCh Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magaha andI I'I kHIIRN NI'I I I at,,, was entitled Communication & family were callers with Mr. and I ,L~l~ll~llll IILII I t't~ltr., ~,t,uat~ Christian Culture. The group Mrs. Taylor Winkler and Dougie I J D,,~t~ ~.~tr~u~,.~,~ has decided to make choir rooes Saturday night - ~--'" "~'~*~ "~'~"'*~'~ and will also send $10 00 to the " ".,~.,^- . ' - Mr. and Mrs. Taylor W ....... M Y F Youth Fund Their next .... Don ie .... : . . ann g. were ulnner guests ~ meeting will beheld the l h,~ Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ms- HARD WINTER ............. Sunday night in february at 7'30 gaha ' ,~trr~ ~r~,v, Clu wil] " I:VlP~ ~lll.~La The Leetown Ruritan " b i IS TOUGH ON BIRDS hold their January meeting Wedn~a,.. ~~r,,,~, - HAVE--- , . L. v ....... 0= " 7"30n.aUl , Allld.t'. 4 ll t IWI K:[ nesoay night, January --o a~. .i. ~. , = at theschool house. TheLee-lTO organize January 19 SEE US FOR--, A FEW USED townP T A will serve supper. _. ,..-- .... - -." _'.. " " , Tnere will Den meeting ot l~aa- . , REFRIGERATORS rreacnmg ~erv~ce ......... I io Amateurs from Jefferson Coun FINE CRACKED CORN ................... ttegular preacnmg service ~UZZl ........ .. ~11) i~,~ - W24k~lll~,lt~ 9"45 ty at a p m. on January ~v, x~t~l day morning, January 22 at ..... ......... WILD BIRD FEED ......... in the Leetown Methodist Char- at the name at mr. ~. zi:..~tone :,., ......... .... AT ROCK BOTTOM .. .... ,..,. c ..... I hr. on jefferson Ave., unaries ;~U~NI~'LUWI~I~ ~l~l~l) 1DDT('I t Butcher Sunday School at 10 45 xow.. :, ...... . ALSO FEEDERS ,~h,~ l'a~,~urn l~ rip A will be lorganlzmg an Amateur ttaulo - ":'= '~'"~:he" I~eetown" I~ur'itan I Operators Emergency Net. All nostess to t ~ Con t R ' " . Jefferson n y adio Area Club w~th a droner at the school . . " house Wednesday evening, Jan- tears are invited. P P fl P l F q II P P I Y 'ar" 25 i ~ m ,-v m mi. ~i ~vmmmmm " ~ "" Castro's older brotherfaces Mrs Ruth Locke was a caller . _. ": .......... nurse in Cuba PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~aturuay night with Mrs. mary ~- ~ Bruce Furr. .Yanks buy McDevitt to bolster ~l Mr. George Tabb expects to re- I p~tchlng. turn home Monday from the hos .... pital. - I ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son I Kim of Charles Town were call- ~" ~ I ! ers Sunday evening with Mrs.] It nmm_ m #lllll I m nnrnm i i irll P. T. A. Meeting The Leetown P. T. A. met Tues day night at 7:30 at the school. [ m mmm mm m Im mmlm ]m m mmmmm mmum ml The third and fourth gradeI m mm----= m mmmlm lm mmmmmmmflmmm room, Mrs. Knot teacher was theI n V IVI In im m wmamwmm mmm ,v winner of the $2 book award for , the largest number of parents] 9" 9 Friday --Cash- Charge- Layaway -- 9- 9 Saturday present. I ~ ' ' ' Donations are being requestedI from parents or any interested, s persons of the community to MEN S SPORT HATS MEN S SUBURBAN COATS help finance the projects which ~ -~z the P W A will endeavor to do izes 6 to 7 All Sizes---Regular $19.99 and $24.99 during the year Donations can 57 or -- f r ---.00 be given to the teachers or Mrs. ~1" "~ o SALE $$11 '[I.97 Ily Bratina Treas. The P. T.A. =Ill=~l ~ ~l~ S?T~ICEt2rne'in LADLES FLATS GIRL'S 3-PIECE SETS The un~ersigne Y- - . fact will offer for sale at public All Sizes---Several Styles JACKET - CAP - SLACK---Sizes 3-8 auction in front of the Court House in Charles Town, Jeffer- SALE $'1.77 Regular $3.99 -- Sale $,1.67 son County, West Virginia, o~ ~ m oA w;l eJ} lii MEN'* mi mms "', '" ~9Al~T~we6sO t 'tY I~l~l~@@ g'--IIgg' Charles , , y J ~ ~ i}N[,,~ ~,~) the late Rumsey C. Smithson, to- wit: S-M-L--Regular $2.99 and $3.99 REGULAR 79c (1) That certain house and lot situated on the east side of South SALE $ ql .22 and $ ql .97 SALE For , Charles Street, fronting 40 feel JL 1 ~ ~ C thereon ~with a depth of 80.2 fee' m m [ ~[ between parallel lines, conveyed .... to the late Clothilde H. Smithson "nttvse !~ ........ by deed from Kenna Knott Alger U ~ ~ ~ A ~ I A m {' | (" . P..MI_ divorced, dated Sept 15, 1954, re- ,~ .... ' " e Clerk ~izes ~ a ---tcegular and Husky corded m the off~ce of th . AR 3 nd 5 99 VALUES TO $49 99 of the county Court of said court- REGUL .99 a $ . ' ty in Deed Book 201, page 145, in- C~T r~ ,~ "~" -- --- herited by the late Rumsey C. 2-kl P_ .vl ann .ul Smithson, as adjudicated by the Circuit Court of said county by decree dated October 19, 1959 in the chancery cause of Lee Bush- ong, Adn~r. c. t. a. of Clothilde H. Smithson, deceased vs R. C. Smithson, et al, being No. 109 South Charles Street. This property is known as the former Sm~thson residence prop- erty. The house is of brick con- struction, with full Concrete base merit, oil heat, modern bath, mod- ern large kitchen, large paneled living room, 2 bedrooms and 1 Smaller bedroom, large finished but unpartitioned second story, fully insulated, with alum: inum windows, hard wood floor- ing, five ample closets, and in an excellent state of repair, ready for immediate occupancy. Con- structed about six years ago only ' (2) That certain house and lot situated on the west side of South George Street, fronting 40 feet there on with a depth of 85.5 feet between parallel lines on the north side thereof; and 202 feet on south side; conveyed to the late R. C. Smithson by deed from Fred L. Glaize Jr. et ux et al, da- ted June 21st, 1954, recorded in said office in Deed Book 199 page 449, being in the 600 block of South George street and known as Lot No. 7 on Glaize plat in Deed Book 153, page 42. This property is at present rent ed by Mr .and Mrs. R. E. Vroom on a month.to-month basis, is of concrete or cinder block construc tion, with full concrete basement oil heat, modern bath, modern kitchen, large living room and 2 bedrooms downstairs, and 3 rooms upstairs, all finished, fully insulated, with aluminum win- dows, hard wood flooring, five am ple closets, and also in an excell ent state of repair. Constructed about five years ago. TERMS OF SALE: One-third or more in cash on day of sale at the purchaser's option, and the residue in two equal annual in- stallments evidenced by the notes of the purchaser bearing in terest from date of sale payable semi-annually said deferred pay- ments to be secured by retention of title or deed of trust on the real estate purchased with ade- quate assignment of fire insuran- ce to secure any unpaid balance. For further information as to either of these properties, or tit- les thereto, or for personal in- spection, please contact the un- dersigned or call 329. LEE BUSHONG Attorney-in-fact for Mary C. Welton under power- of-attorney dated Jan. 7, 1961, recorded on Jan 13, 1961 in said office in Deed Book 243. I Jan. 19-4T- SHOWER C?RTAINS Regular $2.97 - Sale $1.88 LADIES BLOUSES 32 to 38 -- SALE FANCY TERRYCLOTH ALL NEW PATTERNS Just c yd. LADIES DRESSES Values to $8.99 -Sale rLADI[S SLIPS 61RL'S SWEATERS Small - Medium - Large , -Large Regular $2.99 .- Sale BOY'S JEANS SLIMS, REGULAR and HUSKY Regular $1.99 -- Sale $ .00 I LADIES E L S Most ' Regular $9.99 Sale $1 WASH CLOTHS SALE for $ .00 BED PILLOWS SALE c Sizes 3 -6x and 7 - 14 REGULAR $1.99 to $7.99 SALE $ .37 to .97 SPRING PIECE GOODS ALL NEW PATTERNS Yds. for $ .00 ..... BATH TOWELS SALE for $ .00 SILVERWARE SALE c each COSMETICS Large Selection PRICE LAPleS GOWNS PA AS Values to $1.99- Sale c 9-9 Friday 9-9 :Saturday "CHARLES TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER"