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L~., ~i~':: ~12.~ =. ~'*.. i I1~ Cl mclrla$ He who would "keep Ms house in order" reviews hisWill, with his lawyer, perlodl- cally-to be sure that it is up to date in every important respect. If you have not done so recently, why not make an appointment with your lawyer soon? Far trust service, see us. I ES TOtYN ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION i i i| l canners and cutters 14,75 down; Lawrence L. Mahone At cow by the head up to 172.00; Quonset Point, R. I. With stocker and feeder steers 20.00 to U. S. Naval Air Station 24.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 150.00; Quonset Point (FHTNC)-Law- Choice to prime calves 32.00 to rence L Mahone, chief aviation 35.00; good butcher calves 28.00 ordanceman, USN, son of Mr. and to 31.00; medium butcher calves Mrs. Lawrence Mahone of Sev- 23.00 to 27.00; thin calves 22.00 enth Avenue, Ranson, W. Va. is down; heavy calves 17.00 to 26.00; serving at the Naval Air Station Blue head grade lambs none; Quonset Point, R. I. The Air Sta- .............. red head grade lambs none; red tion provides logistic support for lne quotauons oz Tne /alUe ttm ............. shoulder grade lambs none; but- ten Atlantic Fleet aircraft squad- ge ~lvesmcK ~ales at .~nanes cher ewes 4.00 to 7.00; stock ewes runs and a base of operation for TOWn, Monuay, Marcn ~, 1~1. per head none; Commander, Fleet Air Quonset. Receipts of cattle and calves ............. moderate with a good demand for ~ooa Dutcner hogs ~.zo to ~.- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY all livestock on sale 25; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to ~ Feature of sale was choice cal- 18.00; heavy butcher hogs.15.O0;.t0 ,~nr~n r~ r~TTDrT~,,r,~XT Yes ton -~q5 00" ho~,s a~tive ni~$ 17.50; butcher sows tz.oo to i~.tm; ua~ur~ ur rt~DLa~xlau~s and shoats 1nigher ..... heavy feeders and light butcher Choice butcher steers none" hogs 16.00 to 20.00; shoats per Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun good butcher steers 22.00 to 24.201 hundred tip to 25.50; pigs per t y, WestV glnla ...... plain to medium steers 20 00 to neaa oown; neavy Dears m- smer ra. t urKe, plammt 2300; choice butcher heifers 50 to 11.30; stags none; sows and Civil Action No. 93 none" ~ood butcher heifers 20 00 pigs up to 58.00; stock boars 12.00 Woodrow Wilson Burke, Defen- ' % ' he" ers to 20.00; " dant to 23.00, plaila to medium If " i The object of the above ent t- 15 00 to lg 00; good bulls 19 00 to I Miscellaneous sales start 11.00 ........ ^ '^ "'" - ..... " ..... M "ivestock sales 1"30 P M lea acugn is m obtain an aOsol- Z'U UU; plato to, mealu[n DUllS ID UU ~. . L . . ' '-- ' " n 1 S fin Cat- ute oivorce, custody of children to 18.50; commerclal cows 16.00 to each Monday. An ua p g ............. "" ~ .............. ..tie and Calf Sale Frlda-" A~ri 7 :na ?mer renex, o0m special an(1 17.OO; Utility COWS J.O.UV tO lo.~u; :" '~ " ~e-~-al And it appearing by an affi- r~ w C l=l~t =rL=l i- 'lr'~lD &A c ]davit filed in this action that the I~ I~I.I.I" II It- ~[~vt~ 'defendant Woodrow Wilson Bur- " ke is a non-resident of the State OUT O~ YOUR WALLS of West .Virginia it is ordered ..... f------ ..~- - ~,- : -- ~that said defendant do serve upon ..:~!~t.~ I Frederick O. Byrer, plaintiff's at- ~ ~[~ 1' ~ ~ torney, whose address is Citizen's ~ ~V I I~ I Office Building, Charles Town, ....mu.~=m}i~t.,,~}m~ ~.Toffor~nn C.mmtv We~t vir~,inia ~W ~'~'~,t~ l an answer or other defense to the ..~.,a~~~ , ]complaint filed in this action on ~~i~ t~ I or before April 7, 1961, otherwise ~llr~~~.~l~" ~ ]judgement by default will be tak $ ]en against him at any time there- : -?" -:- - :_.- ]after. A copy of said complaint . fi __-,_ tmr lean be obtained from the under- - __ --: ]signed Clerk at his office. ~I~'~I~~ I Publicatiori ordered in Spirit ~[~lr~~~ [of Jefferson-Advocate three suc- ~Wr "~- -_: ~t' ~ I cessive weeks commencing March - ~-:=" " "::'A~ 19, 1961. ~ , ~":-=> ::~P'~W I Entered by the Clerk of said -~~ " " "- ~ c _-~[" ]Court March 6, 1961. ~-- ~-~:~'-. ~ ,~" | W.M. JONES, ~l~l~l~Il~l~"~" Clerk of Court ~ii~P' March 9-3T. ..._ II Ill SS COMMUNITY Do the rains get in your masonry walls? Does a storm leave your home musty, your door frames swollen or your wall paint stained and peeling? Then check on Aqua Chekl This marvelous new type silicone coating keeps out even storm driven rains without hiding the natural beauty of your brick, stone or stucco walls. Drop in and get the full story of this new, easy to use, fast drying product. Phone 278 Charles Town, W. Va. SERVICE COMPANY" WE ARE NOW IN BUSINESS FOR PUMPING SEPTIC TANKS: (PRICES: ) 500 Gal. Tank $12.00 00 Gal. Tank - $18.00 to' 1,000 Ga . Tank $28.00 to 1,500 Gal. Tank - $38.00 PHONE 40 - F - 022 X Feb. 23 - 4t.-pd. LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN SU By Mrs. Stuart Crim ' ' weekeud with his parents Mr. and AND AROUND Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webh and family of t:arpers Ferry have --- THURSDAY, MARCH I moved lo the Tapscol house a'ecen fly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Gee Iday cake, ice cream, cokes, lemon tinsburg. Mrs. Frank rge Rissler. ade, cup cakes and mints were daughter Sharon were Phone 47-F-032 Mr. and Mrs. David Payne and served. Games anti music were tors at the Yost home. (lau..~hter I)et)orah Kay spent the played. Several Attend Mission Steel backlog.~ W. S. C. S. MEETING (laughter. Mrs Clayton Stagner Mrs. Ralph Payne in Ilarrison- The Women's Society of Christ ' andcharlesher Town.family at their home in burg,A birtnoayVa"_ u,,,,,,r-':--'~ was." g'aven. tan Service of the Methodistt Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam is a Miss Ruth Miller on Wednesday Church met with Mrs. Samuel patient in the Winchester Memor- evening at the home of Mr. and Butcher at the Methodist Parson- ial IIospital having been admitted Mrs. Robert James of Millville. ageweek.onTheWedsendaYDevotionseVeningand thef laStles_ there on Thursday for further sur Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sink of son entitle l "The Meaning of gery on her leg which was broken Manassas, V a. spent Sunday with in an automobile accident last her brother-in-law Mr. Lewis Sag Lent" were prescnt(.d hy Mrs. fall. er and visited her sister Mrs. Lew Wallace Snyder, and were follow- ~ Recent visitors at the home of is Sager who remains a patient Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood in lhe Charles Town Hospital. and their daughter Sharon were Mr. Sandy Berry and family th~ latter's brother and sister-in- have moved to the home of Mr. law Mr. and Mrs. Junior Deck and and Mrs. John Brown who recent- her mother Mrs. J. A. Deck Sr. ly moved to Charles Town. who is visiting with them at their Party For Miss Miller home in Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire gave their daughter Ruth a bir- and their children Debby, John- thday party Saturday evening. ny and Patricia spent Satdrday at Those present were Mr. and Mrs. their vacation home "The Lost Re Allen Blackford, Mrs. Robert sort" near Augusta, W. Va. James, Mr. Howard James, Nor- Visitors on Sunday at the home man Howell, Millville. Mrs. Hat- of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins tie Hopper, Nelson Southard, were their sons-in-law and daugh Miss Mary Ellen Hendricks, Miss ters, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and Donna Myers and Mrs. Charles children Kenny and Pamela and Dudley. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shewbridge all of Charles Town. Also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins over the weekend was their daughter Miss Shirley Jenkins of Washing- ton, D. C. 4-H Meeting The Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet at the school at 7:30 o'clock on Monday evening, March 13th. Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. S. C. Glasford accompan- ied by her grandchildren, Jimmy, Genia and Tony Glassford and her daughters Mrs. Calvin Flem- i~g and Mrs. Holly Miller visited' whom she didn't know existed, a on Sunday afternoon with her son remark by a chance acquaintance and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. led to the reunion of Mrs. Mar-iJohn Glassford and family at shall Jenkins and her brother, their home near Williamsport, Mr. Donald Kremer of Washing- Md. On Monday Mrs. Glassford ,eceived word that the Childrens Maternal Grandparents Mr. and ed by a brief business session after which the meeting was ad- journd. During the pleasant soc- ial hour which followed Mrs. Butcher served delicious refresh- ments to the eight members who were present. Miss Kate Biller received word last week of the death of her nieces's husband, Mr. Earl Upper man, in Alexandria, Va. where funeral services were held on Fri- day. Mrs. Upperman is the former Miss Elizabeth Biller, daughter of Mr. Robert Biller and a former reident of Summit Point. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glassford spent the weekend in Richmond, Va. going there to visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Louise King, who was readmitted last week to St. Luke's Hospital in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert IAght were guests of the Rippon 500 Club which met on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams at their home near Rjp- pon. Brother and Sister Reunited Truth is indeed stranger than fiction and after being separated since babyhood from a brother ton, D. C. After brother and sis- ter had contacted each other and established their relationship who is a dental technician in Wash- ington Mr. Kremer came here to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and their family and Mrs. Carl Goddard of Lisbon Falls, Maine had been involved in an automobile accident on the previous day. Mrs. Goddard ~vas killed instantly and Mr. Goddard to bridge the gap of more than thirty years. Another reunion is being planned for the latter part of the month, Mrs. Jenkins is the adopted daughter of Mrs. Eva was hospitalized in critical condit ion. Shirley and w~s reared in Sum- mit Point while Mr. Kremer was UssN LCilliTa0 reared in a foster home in Loud- oun County. r Visitors at the home of Mr. and By n Mye s Mrs. Page Hinton during the pastI weekend were the latters broth- W. M. S. Held Meeting er and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ware and their two child- ren of Ranson, her sister Mrs. Margaret Lemaster of Charles Town and her neices and neph- ews Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ware and sons Les and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Creighton Propps and children Trina and C. R. of Charles Town and A/3 and Mrs. William Ware who are visiting with the formers mother Mrs. Emma Ware in Waynesboro, Pa. The W. M. S. of Grace Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Lillian Myers on February 22. The meeting had been postponed due to the weather. The topic was "Witness Where We Are." The leader for the evening was Mrs. Homer Ferrell. Lesson was discussed by Mrs. Abner Whit- mer. Mrs. Frank Benner and Mrs. Betty Padgett. Miss Myers served refreshments at the close of the naeeting assistd by Mrs. William Miller co-hostess. Personal Items Study Class Wednesday Those from Grace Baptist Chur ch attending the Mission Study Class at Charles Town last Wed nesday evening were Mrs. Frank Benner, Miss Nannie Fleming, Mrs. Virginia Buracker, Mrs. Rob ert Blackford. Mrs. Grover Thorn pson, Mrs. Abner Whitmer, Mrs. Knott, Mrs. ttomer Ferrell, Mrs. Oscar Seal and Mrs. Ralph Itcn- ry. The book "Dreamer Cometh" was taught by Mrs. Urquhart and Miss Frances Barfield teaching the life of Luther Rice, first Home Missionary. It was a very interesting study. Sunday Visitors Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pink and child ren of Hedgesville. Sunday visitorg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yost and fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yost and children of Whitacre, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. William Wil of birth- lingham and son Frankie of Mar- 1958 recession. U. S. plans big to track Mars trip. Radio - Hi Fi # -i / Radios, Apl West Washington: Charles Town, W. EASTER AT SPECIAL PENNEY 10 to 18 Only you will know price on these new cloches, ailors, bonnets, ifi" '61 fabrics, Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder $2.98 to week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Snyder and their child- ren Beth and Nicky. Mrs. Robert Macoughtry, her daughter Miss Shirley Macough- try and Mrs. Robert H. Hardesty visited on Thursday with Mrs. James F. Macoughtry of Middle- way who is a patient at the Nat- ional Institute of Health in Beth- esda, Md. Enroute home they vis-' ited at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving in Washington, D. C. and at the home of the Rever- end and Mrs. Jennings W. Hob- son and their family in Leesburg, Va. Mrs. Harry Frazier of "Monte View" is visiting with her grand- are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blackford. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer of Washington spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Boyd and children of Waynesboro, Va. the winter with her son and dau- ghter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross in Frbnt Royal, Va. weeks. Miss Camilla Wiltshire is visit ins her niece and nephew. The" Rev. Dargan Lucas and family at Monroe, Va. Mrs.' Walter Ronemus has re- turned to the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross after having spent BUY 4 WAYS AT PENNEY'S--CASH, LAYAWAY, CHARG SPECIAL LOT OF GIRL'S SKIRTS Discontinued Styles--Odds and Ends of Better Skirts. $1.50 and $2.00 PRE - EASTER SPECIAL SPECIAL LOT OF GIRL'S 'BLOUSES Discontinued Styles---Odds and Ends of Better Blouses. SPECIAL 75c & $1.50 PRE - EASTER SPECIAL Sizes 28 to 33 Waist Broken Colors---Tan, Black, Green, Blue---Discontinued Styles. SPECIAL $3.44 SPECIAL $1.00 Bulky Knit,;. GIRL'S SWEA Discontinued StyleS of SPECIAL LOT PRE- EASTER Attractive Blouse Set. Perfect for and Nights. SPECIAL $1.00 Sizes 6 - 8 - 10 : 12 - 18 Broken Colors--Blue, Charcoal, Green, Tan, Black SPECIAL $2.44 and their daughters Wallis Anne Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sheaf and and Sue were Mr. and Mrs. Law- son of Cabot, Pa. spent the week rence DeHaven and their child- end with Mrs. Wanda Grant and ren Kathy,, Karl and Kirby. children. The Busy Bees 4-It Club held a Mrs. Robert Eilertson and Miss skating party recently at the Roll Evelyn Huddle of Washington vis er Rink near Berryville, Va., a ited their sister and brother-in- party which was an unqualified taw Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd re- success with more than one hun- centiy. dred and eighty skaters present Mr. and Mrs. James Garman in addition to the gallery of on- and son of Stanley, Va. visited his lookers, aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Os- .:. W. M. S. Meet!ng car Seal Saturday. The Women s Missionary Soc- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of. iety of the Baptist Church met on Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday evening of last week David Sharer and little daughter ::~ at the home of Mrs. Clifton Lon- Debbie of Riverdale, Md. were re gerbeam with eight of the mem- cent guests of the formers mo- bers in attendance. The meeting ther Mrs. Sherman Hopper was opened with Devotions pres- Mr. and Mrs: George Weagley the coat Penney s puts its all rote . . .[ ented by Mrs. Woodrow Drish af- and Gale and George Weagley of ter which Mrs. Owen Swisher con- :Hagerstown visited Mr. and Mrs. and we do mean all I ducted the program which dealt William Miller Sunday. I With the needs in the missionI Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley Ig qlIP llIP I fields around the world and in I of Baltimore, Md. spent the week r.LLl: which all of the members partic-:end with her brother-in-law and ipated. Following the business sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chap-1 n' ,$1~995 IA sPECIAI session the meeting was adjourn-man. ! '. ed and a social hour was enjoyed The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- :SPORT during which delicious refresh- cab and children of Monroe, Va. ments were served by the hostess, visited with her parents Mr. and Wide Pattern Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt Miss Great Savings Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove Camilla Wiltshire last week. Checks, Plaids in were Mr. and Mrs. David Grove Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer Fabrics. Popular and son Gregory of Charles Town and son Vaughn of Oberlin, Ohio Three Button ~ Miss Georgia Dahlin of Harpers spent the week with her brother- Ferry, Miss Elizabeth Grove of i in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Spr" g 61s column straight, flap pocket, flat ] Leetown and Mr. Lee Lupton. Bernard Snyder. collared Austelle classic was hand picked after | $10.00 Mrs. Harold Hinton and her Mrs. Audrey Campbell was a m nths of deliberation. Every little stitch, every ] niece, Mrs. John Laycock visited patient in the Hagerstown Hospit last button, every lapel notch is precision made. | on Thursday with the latter's par al last week where she underwent Fashioned in 3 top-mill wools or Orlon acrylic| JR. BoYS SPORT ' ents Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Johnson an ear operation. Her many and wool jersey blend, laminated to polyure- | and her brother-in-law and sister friends are glad she is getting a- thane.Come in--compare the fit and finish.| Bright Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Beydler and long nicely Enjoy it for seasons.. Glorious colors in / Colors in Sizes their family at their home near Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross and misses', petite sizes. , [ : Berryville, Va. family of Front Royal, Va. spent Miss Nora Cheshire of Wash- Sunday with his brother and sis- GIRL'S 3 to 6x--7 - 14 COATS $10,.95 . $12.95i $4.00 ington, D. C. spent the past week ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert end visiting at the home of her Cross. PRE-EASTER SPECIAL PRE-EASTER sPECIAL PRE-EASTER=-S parents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ches The many friends of Mrs. War- hire. ren Hunter are glad ~o know she UNIVERSITY --GRAD UNIVERSITY GRAD------- .SPECIAL, _.CLEA1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welch and has returned to her home after their family of Richmond, Va. having' been a patient in the Girls 2-t'lece were guests on Sunday of last Charles Town Hospital for several Dan-Cord SLACKS Dan-Cord SLACKS