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R. LINAWEAVER $2.00. Sale Ends March l~th. ~m Suite; 1 ~Sofa ~ed; 2 End BOWERS WALL P/LPER STORE, Tattles; 1 Coffee "table. IVliR~. North George Street Chaxles~,~ Town, W. ~s,. I-EBRMAN W. WII_J_SS, 317 First LEE TOWN, W. VA. March 9-1t, Avenue, Charles Tow~ m 9-1t__:_____ __ FOR SALE! SCRATCH PADS:--We have t~em---~nd plenty of them. Get SALE! Marshall Property Blvd., Ranson, W. Ca. Oil Heat, Full Storm Windows, Reasonable Priced Sale. Contact REAL ESTATE INSURANCE CO: TELEPHONE 309 9 - 2t, P0R SALE! CHARLES TOWN'S ST HOMES on South George Street RENOVATED By Appointment Only. and Information The Charles 18-~. ESTATE CO. WEST VA. Town 309 SALE! ROy HOOE HOME on North George Street the Miley House REAL ESTATE CO. 309 Charles Town By Appointment Only. 18-tf. 0TICE! BUSINESS with to Clean Cess- Tanks and Sani- JENKINS 27-W or 569-M W. VA. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE With Oil Heat, 2-Car Garage, Work Shop and 5 Acres Bluegrass, 3 Miles from Charles Town off Route No. 9. PHONE 715-M CHARLEs TOWN OR SEE Nov. 17-if. REAL ESTATE LISTINGS WANTED! George R. Heidrich PHONE 886-M Charles Town, W. Va. March 9-1t.-pd. I[ I I .~ FOR REPAIRS OF SPOUTING and ROOFING Call PROPST PLUMBING & HEATING 3rd. Avenue, Ranson PHONE 1082 Feb. 16 - 7t. your ~eeds today. Different col- ors. SPIRIT OF JEaN- ADVOCATE OFFICE on North George Street, Phone 222, Charles Town. Feb. 2-tf. m, VANMETRE'S COUNTRY SUGAR. CURED HAMS LEAN--GUARANTEED PHONE :-- MARTINSBURG, W. CA. AM 7. 8761 April 21 - ~. able USED CARS and TRUCKS ~ord "6" Ranch Wagon ~a~;t~!~dard Transmission nd ~Heater) peddge V-8 Coronet 4-Dr. an (Powerflite, Radio a~d Iteater) ~ontiac V-8 Chieftian "Door Sedan (Hydra- ~atic, Radio & Heater) 1955 Plymouth Savoy Club Sedan (Radio & Heater) 1955 Chevrolet Club Sedan 1953 Dodge 4-Door Sedan 1953 Chrysler V-8 Windsor 4-Door Sedan 1953 Ford 4-Door Sedan SPIKER MOTOR SALE'S Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va Until 8:30 O'Clock On Saturday Night~ I FOR RENT: --- Apa.rtment, 4 rooms, b~th, heat and hot water: I urms~md. Phone 37 -R. Imme,,, - i tl~aLe po:k~ess~on. March ~-tlk S,outh Charles Street. Possession April 1st. VIRGINIA E, BNN,N,ER, Agent. March 9 -t/f. FOR RENT:--4 Room Apart- meat, 3rd floor, ~t. Maxgaret's Building. Possession /~pril 1. FOR SALE:---Hagerstown Su- VIROIiNIA E. BENNER, Agent, preme Building Blocks. ROBERT March 9-if. M. SMITH, North Lawrence St., -- .......... Charles Town, W. Va. March 28-~f. FOR SALE: -- Large Frame House at Engle Switch. Prioed For Quick Sale. Call RANSON I~EAL ESTATE & INSURANCE COMPANY. Ja~ ~21 -if. ~ F-()R-=--SALE OR RENT:--i30 Acres of Bluegrass, plenty of water ,and shade, close ,to town. Also One 14 x 20 Wc~gd Stave SHe, 3-years old, down. Wil.1 take ~t/'4 original cost. R. ~ST/~NI.~Y DUT- ROW, P. O. Box 528 Phone 846, Charles Town. March 9-2t, $40 BILLION PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS The American people spend $40 billion annually buying pleasure equipment, but many are still bored by too many idle periods. Learn what an expert advises on how you can be happy at leisure . . . in the informative article in March 19th issue of THE AMERICAN WEEKLY Distributed With The BALTIMORE AMERICAN On Sale at Your Local Newsdealer. March 9-1t. W. LEONARD PROPPS Contractor- Builder TELEPHONE 386.W Chrles Town, W. Va. DAVID E. WRIGHT Excavating Service INWOOD, W. VA. CALL US ANYTIME AT INWOOD CAPITOL 9- 4176 Feb. 23-4t.--pd. FOR RENT:---Trail,e,r with all con,+enie,nces. Call 624-W or in- quire at BIRKrl~'S ~BA~R SHOP. March 9-2t,-pd. FOR RENT:--House; 3 Bed- rooms, Bath, Living Room, Din- ing ~oom, KAtchen, Forced Ho~ Ah' Oil ~urn, ace, $75.00 per ~no~th. HENRY SHEPHERD, Phone Shep- herdstown 2872. March 2-if. FOR RENT:---3 Room Furnish- ed Apartment, private ,bath, 2~d floor, private enhance and ~rive- way. Immediate pos~ession. V. E. BENNER, Agent. Jan. i2 - if. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT:- Professional Building. Call DR. Van~ETRE 282, or 173. Jan, 21 -if. FOR RENT:--6 Room House. South Water Street, water In kitchen, no furnace. Immediate possession. V.E. BENN'F_~, Agent. Jan. 12- if. ~..'.-:-:..:...'%~-:-. . WANTED ~" ~.'..:.:..:..:..:. WANTED: -- Gard,en Plowing. I=b~CH ~A~D MOLER. Phone 49-F- 021, after 7:00 o'clock. WILL CARE FOR SICK OR Elderly People in my home. Phone 495-W. March 9-2t. HELP WANTED $2.50 per hour or mere ,for part or full time work. Large repeat orders. Man or W~n. Write McNT~S CO., P. O. Box 371, Baltimore, Md. MarCh 9-2t.-~pd. SALESMEN WANTED: -- Good Rawleigh Business a~ailable in Jefferson County. ~ormer Dealer sold there many ~ears. H~alth failed. Profit~ble, p~rmaner~t bus,. L~e~ for ~eady, dependable man. Write W. T. R~WI.d~H Co., Dept. W~C-190-811, Richmond, Virginia. M~roh 2, 9, 16, 23, 30--pd. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY C. W. MOORE SALE CLERK PHONE NO. 707 P. O. BOX 348 Chaxles Town, W. Ca, MRS. KENNA KNOTT ALGER HOUSE Corner Charles and West Congress Streets SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. RANSON REAL 5TAT[ INSURANCE PHONE 309 RANSON, W. VA. Thursday, March 9 at 2o'clock at ......CARD OF THANKS. thehome of Mrs. John Locke ..--. To express my aincere gratitude ~ Burns Jr. The lesson "C~od" is at to my friends for the gifts and work in You' Phfllippians 2nd blood donated during my ~liness. chapter. MRS. ESTHER BOYD. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus March 9-1t.-pd. attended the Birthday party at CARD OF THANKS, .In this manner ~ve .wish t~o ex- press our ,thanks to each and everyone who were so klad to us and showed us ,much sympathy in the death of Mr. Max Evans, Har- pers Ferry. Also for the beautl- ful flowers and ~loan of ,oars for t:he funeral do we ~hank each one. MRS. MIA~bGAI~ET EVANS ~AaND ~MILY. March 9-1t.-pd. CARD OF THANKS. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester White in honor of Miss Linda White's birthday. Birthday Celebrated Mrs. D. B. Shoemaker celebra- ted her 89th brithday on Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Margaret Payne. Mrs. P. D. Lutz served a fried chicken and ham dinner Monday at her home in honor of Mrs. Straith Briscoe birthday. Others present for the occasion Mr. P. D. Lutz and Mr. and Mrs. James Mas on. They all wish Mrs. Briscoe We wish to express o,~r sincere many more happy birthdays. ~ha~ks %Pal appreciation to all Pat Crouch, celebrated her 6th who w~re so kind .and thoughtful during the ilkness and death of birthday with a party at Kinder- JoSel~hRobertWill~ams. F_~pev2al-igarten given to her by her mo- ly ~he Mimsters, Martinsbm'g thor Mrs. Cecil Crouch. Refresh- Choir, for use of cars and rxmtri- (butions of :flowers a,nd food. SON LYN'WOOD and SISTE~ MP~S. ~SAIA,H ~N, Mrs. &~I~TI~UrDE WA,SHIN~TON MllE. DONALD CA~P~E~.~, 1VJ~S, K,ENI~ETH BRAN~ON. Mar(~h 9-1~. IN MEMORIAM In remembrance of Mrs. Sadie Morris who passed a~ay one year ago, March 8th, 1960. Dear Mother, now called ~o serve up above, Would 'have us ~h~Lr~ C~d's great love, For what to us may mystery be, We understand and clearly see. Sadly ,missed by Husband and C HIL~%E~I M~rch 0-1t. MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Miss Doris Ann Slaughter, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slau ghter Jefferson Avenue was rush ed to the Winchester Hospital by ambulance from the Charles Town hospital last Wednesday. Lenten Services There will be Lenten Services at St. John's Episcopal Church on Friday, March 10 at 7:30. The Roy. Temple Wheeler will be in charge of the services. Mrs. Louis Carroll Jr. and sons Beverly, Bruce and Terry of Ran son spent the week at ,home of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Carroll St. Robert R. Smith 3rd has resum- ed his studies at V. P. I. Univer- sity Blacksbnrg, Va. and Ruth Rogers Smith has also returned to Stuart Hall tSaunton, Va. after spending the weekend as guest of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Rob- eft R. Smith Jr. at their home "Silver Spring". Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and children of Ranson were call ors at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Anders this past week. Mrs. Louis Carroll Jr. and sons spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Carroll's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grove of BerryviUe, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hair, son Rusty of Summit Point and Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz of Mid dleway were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz. Sick List Carol LaRue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue has been home from school this past week with tonsilitis. Miss Louisa Smith of Washing- ton, D, C., Miss Willford Smith of Devon, Pa. was the wekend guest at the home of their brother and Mr. and Mrs. Ro;% rt R. Smith Jr. at "Silver Spring". Church Service Sunday Jotm's EpL copal Church ments of cake and ice cream were served to all the kindergarten children. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd and daughter Evelyn were Mr. and Mrs. John Vawter and family of Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and family of Char los Town and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sowers and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. L~tz and children Nancy, Don Jr. and Miss Anna Lee Burns attended the Home Show at the Armory in Washington, D. C. on Sunday. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Molly Hillard on Sunday were Misses Bessie Breeden, Mar garet Breeden, Katherine Breed. on, Judy Breeden, Patricia Breed on, Mr. and Mrs. William Freder- ick Whetzel of Beallsville, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breed- on. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus visited with her brother Mr. Garland (Pete) Pope who is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospit- al. Mr. Pope underwent surgery on Tuesday on his left leg and hip. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. spent the weekend in Baltimore with their daughter and son-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Copley. Mrs. Edith Nesmith and daugh- ter Mrs. Paul Thomas of Harris- burg, Pa. recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert An- ders. Mrs, Clay Lops was a caller at the home of Mrs. Straith Briscoe on Sunday. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Chapman was Mrs. Byron Harris. Mr. Hermon Swartz spent Sun- day with his sister and brother-in law Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Feltner of Berryville, Va. 38 Aged From Page 1-- A partment of Public Asistance. And in the event that an indivi- dual cannot nmke an application for himself, a relative or another interested person may make the application on his behalf. An individual should make an NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefi- ciaxies of the estate of John William Longerbeam, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of the ~id John Wil- liam ,Longerbeam, deceased, whe- ther due or not, are notifed to exhitbit same the voucher thereof, legally verified, to ~he un- dez's~gned, at my ol,fiee in t~he City 0f ~arpers l~em'Y, West Virginia, on or ,6efore ~ept~Trber 9t1% 1981, at 10:00 o'clock A. ~M., othel~wise, by l w, exc2uded March ARTHUR D. MILLER, Recorder. Town of Raison, W. Va. 9 - 4t. NOTICE! To: Mrs. Esther K. Merchant; Temple K. Merchant; Mrs. Matil. da Breeden; Blakeley Bank & Trust Company; Ranson Real Es tate & Insurance Co.; Mrs. Bar- bara A. Jones; Jefferson Publish- ing Co.; Independent Fire Co.; Peoples Water Service Co.; Goner al Telephone Co.; Potomac Light & Power Co.; Community 0il Co.; Columbia Paint & Varnish Sales Co:; B. T. Crump Co., and the un known parties in interest of the Estate of Ray X. Merchant, de- ceased: Thomas W. Steptoe, appointed Administrator of the,'per~bn~l es- tate of Ray X. Merchant, deceased on February 9th, 1961, having fil- ed with the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, on,February 27th, 1961, his petition, praying that he be al lowed to resign his said trust, you are hereby notified to appear before the County Court of said County and State, on Thursday, March 30th, 1961, at 10 o'clock A. M. in the County Court room of said Jefferson County, and an- TOP NAME BRANDS: 3-Piece Bath Outfit (Cast Iron Tub) - $144.95 52-Gal. Electric Hot Water Heater - $ 84.95 Oil Fired Forced Hot Air Furnace . $235.'00 Oil Fired Hot Water Boiler ( Circulator and All Controls - $37050 BILL BARR PLUMBING & HEATING CHARLES TOWN, W, VA. PItONE 545-R March 9-1t.-pd. MARYLAND BULL SALE FAIR GROUNDS Frederick, Maryland Saturday, March llth 196t---1:00 P. M. SELLING 41 swer the same, and state to the Performance Tested Court the reasons, if any you Angus- Hereford. Shorthorn have, why this petition should not be granted. Given under my hand and offi-I cial seal this 27th day of Febru-! ary, 1961. Emily A. M. Stanley Clerk of County Court of Jefferson County, W. Va. March 24T- Bulls for both the Purebred and Commercial Breeder. INFORMATION CONTACT: STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO. Warrenton, Virginia Maxch 2 - 2t, II III II J I I I IIIIII 1 " I II I t I I FOR SALE:--One 6 Room Frame House covered with Asbestos Shingles Must Be Moved. Open For Bids, and Bids may be accepted or rejected. SEE COMMUNITY OIL COMPANY, PHONE 118 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 47 ACRE FARM OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL POTOMAC RIVER The 8ix Room Stone House wlLh Two Baths, Oil Rase. board Heat, and Other Modern Features, !oe&ted on this Farm is designed for Comfortable Living. Ample Water and Outbuildings make it a farmera delight. Price $35,000. Ma~ be flnaneecL , Call:. DONALD HILL, Sh herdstown Day Phone 2622 Night Phone 3S41 Or KANSON RF, AL ~TATE & IN~. CO. L~H~ Town. W. Va~ PHONB 309 25 ACRE FARM 5-Room Home with furnace, aluminum storm win. dows and doors, bath, well, cistern and pond, Shrubbery of all kinds. Along hard surface road miles North of Shepherdstown. Price $13,500. 226 C. WII.LIAM HENSELL,REALTOR Warm Spring Ave. Pleasant View PHONE AM 3.5566 SALESMAN :--,Edward ( ed) Morrow