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Plans June Wedding . .................................................... ,, ......... ,[ .................... __ ...... , , _ .! ..... i ! . , ,I L ...., ,il. ,Tj .... i . ............ ' -- Telephone Your News to 222 Mr. Lee VanMo*re of (;eorge f A,,C Robert Lee .Milbourne. IMiss Elinor Kable Washington University, Washing- son of Mr ltarvey Lee Milbourne Robert Anders, employee of Coast and Korea where he will be ~ Southern States in Ranson sat]. stationed for some time. During fered painful injuries when he his absence, Mrs Milbourne and French Honorc ,..,octe.. fell to the first floor while load- their young daugher Terry will i;~:~;~I/I~! ~i!i]~!:i!~Oii~:~! tag a conveyor on the second live wilh Mr. Miibourne St. at, Miss Elinor Kable, daughter of floor of the plant Wednesday at-his home near town. Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Kable of ternoon He was taken to Charles ..... e " * Mzs A nes Grac y has return- Middleway Road Charles Town ab~ iJi " ' ~ '" g was initiated Thursday, March 9,Miss Kable who is a senior at Town General Itospltal by ambulled home from the Charles Town into the Alpha Omecron Chapter ance. I Generat Hospital. of Pi Delta She, the national Mr and Mrs William Cullers are o .. .. ' I Mr. and Mrs. J. W f Shep- French honor society Mildred Street are spendmg some*herdstown and Mr Richard B time in Gainesxille, Florida. tSmitil Jr. of Berryville were West Virginia University is also M ~ JUDITH DERR I ~{r. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming guests of Miss Ella B. Smith on a member of Alpha Sigma Tau Mr.shepherdstown,and Mrs CharleSannounceM. Derr,the were visitors on Sunday with Mr. Monday afternoon, national social fraternity, Phi of .. . . . , "] Mrs. George Shutt returned Chi, National Psychology and Mrs George W Fleming Jr . honor- engagement of their daughter, at their nome ]n ~viarunsourg Judith Ann, to Jo Parker Wag- '" from Oklahoma where she spent ary and Sigma Tau Sigma, a tu- 1 nild, son of Professor and Mrs. Mrs. Lena Eby was a Sunday the past two weeks, called there toring society. ' p..,... ,I ~x,~.,,~tn , Ge~t,~h,,r= dinner guest of Mrs. Thomas by the illness and death of her aJ~c~ ,*. ,,,,~, .... ,, .... ~ ..... ~, ........ Futh Viands Pa. bflUll anu Mrs. t '" Ibrther Maj. Robert Pike. Miss Derr, a graduate of Get- Misses Louise Manning of CharI Miss Louise Smith of Washing- tysbur,g Colle,e.g. Gett),sbur,g, les. Town. and. I.~ucille .P" Smith. of ton spent the weekend in War- employed at the National Insht- Bcrrywlle visited Miss Ella B. renton, Va. with her cousin Mrs. utes of Health, Bethesda, Md. Snnth at her apartment on Men-iThomas Frost. Her fiance, a senior at Gettys- day. : Mrs. Lena Eby spent several burg College" ,, will matriculate at Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan of days at her home before return- the Medical School of the Uni- Bakerton visited Tuesday with ing to the homes of her daugh- versit~/ of Pennsylvania in Sep- Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and ters in Shepherdstown and Mary- tember. , daughter Beverly. Mrs. Robert land. She has recently returned A June uedding is planned. Custer of Shepherdstown visited from the Winchester Memorial -_ - _ ..... : iwith them on Wednesday. ttospital, Winchester, Va. where ~ -- m .~ ~ ~ a ~ Mr. an4 Mrs. William Jordan she had a cataract removed from . [i. A L and two children have moved in- her eye. ' | b || I f to the residence on East Congress Mr. and Mrs. Graham Lambert _ ,Street, owned by Adam Link. Mr. Bullock, Kearneysville, W. Va. aeoluS*- -- - . - - - " I Jordan is track coach and assist- are the proud parents of a boy, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McDonald ~ant football and basketball coach Jeffry Boyd born in the Winches- 3r. of South Samuel Street left at Charles Town Senior High ter Memorial Hospital, Winches, Wednesday night for Lexington, School. ter, Va. Mrs. Bullock is the for- Ky. having been called there by i Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Murray mer Miss Anna Christine Dunbar the death of Mr. McDonald s Stokes of Oceanside, California Mr. and Mrs. W. P. C. Perry of father, Mr. Edward L. McDonald are announcing the birth of a Hill Farm spent the past week- Sr. baby boy *on Saturday morning, end with their son-in-law and dau Dr. and Mrs. John L. VanMet-[March llth. The Stokes now have ghter Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith re of South George Street had as [one daughter and three sons Mrs. at their home in Waynesboro, Va. their guests over the weekend Stokes will be remembered as thir son-in-taw and daughter, Mr. Miss Judy Gay Glover, daughter Mrs. Clarence Hobart has re- and Mrs. Vernon Boozer and [of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glover turned to her home on South y~ lg son, Christopher Lee, Mrs. lot South Samuel Street. Capt. Samuelsome weeksStreetin Clearwater,after spending~la. V; Metre s mother, Mrs. Roth, Stokes is the son of Admiral and and a week in Atlanta, Ga. where ar brother, Mr. Buddy Roth all Mrs. Thomas Murray Stokes of she visited her niece, Miss Care- of atonsville, Md. and their son lMt. Hammond Farm. line Selden - i~ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garrett of 206 North George Street are DAYS ONLY spending a few days in Point MARCH 16-25th Pleasant, W. Va. seeing old friends. Mrs. Stanley Lyddane of Wash- ington and Miss Emma Langdon have returned from Florida where they visited Mr. Drew Con klyn and family of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCluskey of Port Charlotte, Florida. While there they attended a concert giv en by the University of Miami Sympathy Orchestra of which Kenneth Conklyn is a member. Mr. and Mrs' Berkeley Custer and daughter Beverly of Jeffer- son Terrace at.tended a birthday party at the Community Center, Sunday for Linda Bradley, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley of Charles Town. Mr. James Dodd of the Blake- ley Apartments who was confined to his home for sometime is much better and has returned to work in the Charles Town General Hos pital. Mrs. George Graham of Maiden Mass. is spending some time with PAIR EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED FIRST QUALITY! LUXURY-SHEER 60 gauge, lS donier GUARANTEED full-fashioned twin threads NEVER-RUN full-fashloned mesh BARELEG seamless, reinforced heel, toe SEAM-FREE MESH, reinforced heM, Ioe A sale so special, it happens just twice a year! All styles, shades.., our entire Heiress brand nylon stock slashed to 8 Pick the style, the color that flatters you mast, the length t fits you best! Save more--box of 3 pairs THIS V/EEK 2.5( LEGGETT'S for better selections, bet- ter buys! LEGGETT'S for certified better values! START TODAY. Use Our Layaway Plan For ... IN CHARLES TOWN IT'S OEPT STORE: Open Friday 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Open Saturday 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Always Plenty of Free Parking for Our Customers. Drive in Today. her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shugart at~ their home on South Samuel St. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde RuSsell of Rochester, Pa. is visiting Mr. Rus sell's siter, Miss Dallas Russell. Mrs. Core Walker a recent guest of the Knott Rest Home eel ebrated her birthday the past weekend Friends and relatives of Martinsburg and Charles Town attended the party Twins, Boy and Sirl Born Lloyds in Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence L. Lloyd Jr., 410 North Mildred street, Charles Town, are the proud par- ents of twins, a boy and a girl, born Monday, March 13 in Win- chester (Va.) Memorial Hospital The twins named Laurence Wil- liam 3rd and Marion Marshall, and their mother are doing nicely in the Winchester hospital. Mrs. Lloyd is the former Miss Nancy Carolyn Fry. Mr. Lloyd son of Mr. Mrs. Laurence Lloyd, Charles Town, is associated with the Sou- thern District of Virginia West- ern Union. Jayeee.ettes Plan Progressive Dinner, The Jefferson County Jaycee- ettes met Thursday, March 9th at the home of Mrs. Donald No- land with nine members present. Several members of the club met and attended the community Lenten Service at the Methodist Church before the meeting. The progresmve dinner which had been planned for February and then postponed was discussed The group set a new date of April 7th for this dinner. This~ dinner will be for all members and their husbands. The Jaycee-ettes also made plans for an Easter Egg Hunt. The details on this project will be gwen to the paper at a later date Mrs. Roland served delicious refreshments of six-way punch and Ribbon Cake. The door prize was won by Mrs. Paul Propps. *roop a,ong W.h , oop jWayside Garden Club tied the Potomac Light and Pew er florae Demonstration Kitchen SPIRIT OF TEFFERSON r Mr.m 6--A THURSDAY, MARCH 16, Mrs. Natalie Myrick, ltome De- nlonstrator showed the girls a- bout the kitchen and explained many things pertaining to cook- ing and use proper use of elec- tricity. She also served them cook ies and punch. Also present was Mrs. tt O. Evans. Tuesday, March 14. troop 15 vis ited the Charles Town General Hospital and placed some games, books, puzzles and other toys in the children's ward Each Brown- ie brought one gift of her own and some of the things were giv en by the E. E. Fairchild Corpor- ation of Ransom Then afterward they visited the Ranson Police station where Ranson Policeman Lewis Carroll showed the girls the operation of radar and the two way radio. L,~inn Tn ~nanea~ [~w,~,~ The stork was really busy at ;~ ~n /~ d~ll;~l ~all~,~ the Charles Town General Hospit . al during the period of March 8- at ~h~nandnah I~nw.c 14 making nine trips there to ---,,..,,,.,,.,,,,vw,, ~vvv,,~ leave seven boy babies and two Jackson Perks Post 71, the Am- gi~s. . . . - ..... ,._ '_ . ,~,. ..... ~ne first birth occurred Marcn erlcun,u. post in ~uar, e~ . ,_ ,-, - ..__ ~__,l Town will hold a spring" dance at 1, when a son, raxton marsna,. was born to Mr and Mrs Wll- Shenandoah Downs Club House .... . ..n,... ~.-~. o~,~~-~_ ,, ..llam ~ Jones of Bluemont, Va Satu~uay, 1-OtllIEUIII ~.'I3U ~.__ " ..... ~',~. lnursaay, ~aarcn u a son ~al- to 12.00 p. m. The affair will be ........ - - cnael Antnony was oorn to Mr. for the membership and invited _ ~. .~ ~..0 . ~...,......~ guests with the Blue Notes fur-anu .... s. ~nar .....~ ....... ttanson; ana me same uay a son nlshmg the music for the occas- .. .......... .... Michael l~,owln was oorn to lvir. ion. Subscription will be only a ~,,n u,.~ T .... ^ ,r,,,~,,~.+ ,. dollar per couple and Roy Kisner ~':" . .... ~ .................. chairman of the Legion Social ~names Town. Committee expects a good ccrowd Saturday, March 11, a daughter to turn out for the event. Tickets Lisa Layne was born to Mr. and are on sale at the Legion Home Mrs. Ernest W. Koogle of Bruns- and may also be purchased from wick, Md. members of the Executive Corn- Four births occurred Sunday, mittee. March 12-a son, Craig Allen born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Bartles D,~nn|ae ~t.nnl. I,l^e& Gerrardstown; a son Perry Dav- t~Vyl~3 dUp~l] IIUal id, bord to Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey 1~ h-* ~ ~_..&.,__ D. Dunlap, Harpers Ferry; a son a[ry ~cenng Stephen Michael, born to Mr. and AI Mrs. Clarence T. Moore, Bruns- Peoples Supply, Inc. and John wick, Md.; a daughter, Dedrea W. Eshelman Company held a Leemaine, was born to Mr. and Dairy Dinner meeting Wednes- Mrs. Grafton W Blue, Charles day evening, March 15 at the Town ;and a son was born to Mr. community Center. Dinner was and Mrs. George A. Nichols, Shen served by the Jefferson County andoah Junction. Fa.rm .Women's Council. Surgical patients admitted were Dr. victor Conger, assistant Dir Mrs. Mary M Gheen, Little Mich- ector of Nutrition and Research eel W. Martin and Little Darlene was the speaker of the evening R.'Magaha, City; Mrs Audrey E and gave a very interesting talk Harrington, Brunswick, Md.; Miss on Feeding. He also showed a col Kate V. Dooley, City ored film, "Miracle of Feeds to Medical patients aclmitted were Foods" which was very interest- Mrs Rache-l M Grove Harpers ing and instructive on the feed- Ferry; Mr Oscar A Lloyd Mrs ing problem of today. *, Lemoine M. Morriss, Ylrs: Mib Mr. Charles S]lveous from C. L. dred M Jackson Citv" Miss Mar- Nicodemus Dairy Farm and Mr. garet I~. Dodson', Hal~ltown; Mrs. Wilham Rowe, also a dairy oper- Mary Ann Sigler, Bruswick, Md.; a~.or, were the lucky aoor prize Mr. Robert M. Stewart, Harpers wmners. Ferry; Mr. James C. Wilson, Vie- ~ nna, Va.; Mr. Thomas J. Weisen- Fnnth~ll / ~l~.t[n. burg, Kearneysville; Miss Emma /VVi~Mnl hi Ila~ I'l~llnn C Bu ~$ . ckner, Mrs. Nellie Mae Oden |~n im,.m~ kd~n~. Harpers Ferry; Mr. Charles H. L~;~I~a! L~m!~ !V!~llUOJ[ Coulter, Mr. Holmes Johnson, .......... Ranson; Mr Ward Kellison, Baby Junmr wagner has cazteu a ... .. ~:, ..... : verry 1) Dunlap, Mr Jblmer 1 meeting of all interested persons ... ;- ..- :.. _ ,_. rlalnes, rmrpers rerry, l~aoy ~en in the lights for the Charles . , .... ms ~ ~ogers, ~lty Town Senior high school football .. :" .. . ..... ~ut patients were" ooelx lvler field for Monday night March 20 ............ : ~' .. .~ :_. ,L_ ._^_..~__ .~_:~_ ._..__~ cnam, JUClltn /k 1"1111, ~osa I~UrCK , er, r~mma noran, ~urus Detlne~:t, at 7:30 p. m. There s a lot of work ...... ~lty; l~ancy M Wiley, James to do and a tot of money yet to be ....... ,~. .. rni~od Wnonor ~aid and 'wo hnvo trills, ~arlanu viper, r arpers --~- "'7~':"~- :-V:' Y":" --~,"17"= Ferry; Paul Grove, Kearneysville; got tO get ousy .Lt IS nopea mat .............. namma z~arrls, vmnp t~ erector a large attendance will be present Monday night because several im City portent matters are scheduled for attention. p Brownie Troop 15 of Ranson, met for their weekly meeting, Wednesday, March 8 at 3:30 in the Sunday School room of the butheran Church. After the troop had their op- ening, they made i0vitations, in- viting their parents to attend the Julia: Low Tea Sunday, March 12. They also made folders for "Girl Scout Week to be given to their parents which read: "Dear Mum and Dad," "On my hondr, I will do my best, during this week at your request, to do a job with out any pay. So name the job and name the day." The meeting closed at 5 o'clock. Saturday, March 11, Mrs. Char- les Spiker, Troop leader with the kind p~rmission of Mr. E. O. Sil- er put a diplay of Brownie Equip ment and some of the projects the girls have completed so far this year in the window of the Blakeley Bank. Also that day, the troop gave a box of clothing to the W. H. Wood ward family of Bakerton, whose home was gutted by fire on Fri- day afternoon. Sunday, March 12, Troop 15 at tended Worship Services at the Lutheran Church in Ranson. They are the sponsors of Troop 15. Sunday afternoon at 2:30, the troop joined the other Girl Scout and Brownie ScOut Troop's of Charles Town and Ranson for the Juliett Low Tea. The troop pres- ented a program on International Relations. Each girl had made the flag of the foreign country :which she represented and gave its motto and promise. Monday, March 13 at 7 o'clock Fellows who drown themselves in drink usually don't have far to sink. Quarterly ,Meeting Of District 4 VFW Post, Auxiliary Held Sunday Koonce, trustee dated June 26, 1958 and recorded in the office The Wayside Garden Club held their monthly meetin~ with Mrs. SERMON TOPICS ANNOUNCED CARD OF THANKS! James Moler February 27. SERIES SERVICES AT CAMP --- After a short business meeting I wish to express my than] Mrs. Kenneth Sager gave a hor- HILL METHODIST CHURCH everyone who was so thoug ------" during the illness ~nd dea~ ticulture talk on "Bonsai an an- Rev. Joe D. Sergent has announ my husband, S. Earl Upper cient art and basement garden- red his nightly topics for the 'MRS. ELIZABETH BI~_,LEI~ rag. special services which he shall VEI~MAN. The general arrangement, a conduct at Camp Hill Melhodist March 16-1t.-pd. minature "Let Me Call You Church in Harpers Ferry Keep- ~ . Sweetheart", the following recei- ing the Lenten Season in mind, f CARD OF THANKS! i ved awards: Mrs. Willard Martin he has entitled his over all theme ----- i a blue ribbon, Mrs. Norman Cor- as a Mission in Discipleship. Each! We wish o express our sin bin a red, Mrs. Elmer Wageley a night he shall ask an important gratitude to each and ever, yellow and Mrs. Mary Itunt a and crucial question that our who were so kind to us when white ribbon, present day society is facing. The home and po~essio~ns were The March meeting will be held Itopics are: Is There Any Hope stroyed,by fh'e. Also fo~" the with Mrs. Robert Stone. IF or The Church? What Is The ~i.iof~s 'fw~ elxrh:~ o~d t~:~ It:nurcn IS wlmesslng import- ,~^, "~t~.,^.. r~:,.~, ~ ..... , I "9' " ..T. -- . . ~.o m. ~V. ~.VJ.~..,A~.y, S.svr~.t~ .,e, Juw~rS, Je ~ ! | me lant. Are we Asnamea ~i lne hel'~ed us move" Mr ~nd ura, .0ara L00Kmg i Gospel?~ Wilt Thou BeMade JohPn LNeweomer,' for "the ~ mm .... e Whole? Why De Men Refuse Cliffside Motel ,and the Frie~ r0r rm0ry n0usaen, Christ? l~ire~.~,~_,,~,,,_~ ~~Cmpan~;" .We will a ~, ** . n, There shall be several guest sol re,~m~:'"*'~;.,,~,~n~ij~ H0rman oene rellers Gists, as well as .visiting .......... vocal ~v~,~r,~'~r~u~; ............ ..... lying. groups. Everyone is cordially m- SELL J,ACOBS and SON. Mrs. Helen Glenn, clerk of the vited. The services begin nightly March 16-1,t.-pd. Jefferson County Slective Service at 7:30 p. m. Monday 19th thru - Board reported Tuesday that the Fri. 24th. ] IN MEMORIAM[ ~ocal Draft Board office is seek- I ing to learn the whereabouts of Senior, Junior Women To I win rme~m~rYdof I~Y-~.~..-..~ ..-.~ EmorYand NormanWilliamGeneHUsden'Fellers,RansnRoute Meet Jointly March 21 one year agoi Marchpassedl8th. 2, Charles Town The regular meeting of the Sen Treasured thoughts of him so Mrs Glenn requested anyone ior Woman s Club of Charles Of~ten brings a sllent tear, knowing the whereabouts of Town will be held March 21 8:00 Thougkts return to scenes either of these two persons to p m at the Parish House in a ....past;, -- - - ~e~ joint meeting with the Junior notify the Slective Service office "" " " " . ame speeas on ou~ memon in the Professional building in Woman's Club. The program will 'March 16-1t-~l be under the direction of Mrs. ........ Charles Town. William Waggy. GO TO CHURCH SUND,~ Stagoe .-.-,,'.'---',,'"'"'"--""--"--"-"'-'-----" Charm Revue Queen i , _ Congressman Harley O. Stag- gers of this Second Congression- al District, will come to Charles Town April 14 to Crown the Queen of the Charm Revue to be staged by the Senior Parents Club of Charles Town. Members of the club are remin ded of the March 22 meeting to be held at the Canteen at 7:30 p m, "Since God Gives Us Another Chance Sermon For Presbytertans Sunday Ii Spril in, the "Mistakes do not mean failure i "'* p t; on your wall v for life because God always offers | us another chance" stated Curly- l- le A. McDonald, in announcing i With Beautiful WALLPAPERS From BOWERS the sermon topic at the Presby- | Easy Selection From 200 PATTERNS ON THE PREMISF~. terian Church for Sunday, March I| Also Many Books, Including Imperial Schumacher, Birge 19: "Since God Gives Us Another *E.& Walltex. We Stock Super Kern.Tone, Lawrence & Brun- Chance." "There is no misunder ii ing Paints ~- Both Inside & Out. standing more prevalent among people thantheirfailuretounderstand the extent of God's mercy fi Bowers Paint & Wallpaper Store and the word of God has a mes- ~ 27 Years At 121 N. Char.les St. Charles Town, W.Va., i sage for people who want to be- ,..~ Drop In! Ask For-Tom or~Mildred Lennon Tel. 486 gin again," continued Mr. M~Don " .New' Store HOurs: 8 to 5:30 Mon. Tues. Wed., Thurs., Sat--8 to 9 ~"1.i ald. The worship service will be _~ ' ' at 11:00 A. M. with nursery pro- mmmmmm.nm.mommmmmm,~mmnm.mmmmmmnmm|.m.mtlmm~mml~ vided. Church School will be at PUBLIC SALE i| 10:00 A. M, for all age groups. Another activity of special inter- est to the public will be a visit by the fifty voice Flora Macdon- ald Choral Club on Friday, Mar. ch 24 at 8:00 P. M. There will be t a program of sacred music in the Moving to a smailler house and having no further use sanctuary which will be followed these articles, I will sell at Public Sale the Following Ha~ by a program of secular music hold Good~ ,LIocated at 115 Fairfax Boulevard, Charles ,jro~ and Scottish dancing in the Educ ational Building. There will be no W. Va., Just North of B. & O. Tracks, on admission charge. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1961 TRUSTEE'S SALE BEGINNING AT 10:00 O CLOCK A, M, SHAItr HOUSE and LOT. ANTIQUE FURNITURE: By virtue of authority vested Walnut Spodl Bed with springs and mattress; in the undersigned Trustee by a Marble Top Dresser and Wash Stand; Cherry Chair, certain Deed of Trust made by Drawer Desk, Several Old Chairs, Some Walnut Lumber, Rosa V. Johnson, widow of De- Victroll~, Old Books, Child's Bed, Old; Old School Hurtburn Johnson to Darrell K. Stove, Old Chest, Brass Bed with springs and mattress; Manteq Clock. of the Clerk of the County Court, A quarterly meeting of District Jefferson County, West Virginia 4 VFW Post and Auxiliary was in Deed Book 225, page 319 de- held Sunday at the Charles Town fault having been made in the Post Home with District Corn. payment of the note thereby se- mender Lee McDonald presiding cured be requested so to do by at the joint Post and Auxiliary the owner and holder thereof, session and James Faucett, De. will sell at public auction at the partment Junior Vice-Command- er, giving the principal address, front dOor of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson County,. Officers serving in the auxil- West Virginia on Saturday, April tory session were: Mrs. Shirley 8th, 1961 at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Writt, District 4 president; Mrs. the property described and con- Edward Clark, senior vice-presi-veyed in said Deed of Trust, dent; Mrs. Conda Bennett, junior being that certain lot or parcel of vice-president; Mrs. James Balnd land with the improvements chaplain; Mrs. Jack Pierce, secre, thereon situate in~ the town of tary; Mxs. David Breden, treasurlcharles Town, Jefferson County, er; Mrs. tester Whitmore, patriolwest Virginia, fronting 28 ft. tic instructor; Mrs. Melvin Wag-iinore or less, on the north side noer, conductress; Mesdames Jeslof North Street, extending back se Lupton Earl Stewart Forrest Davi an~ Mi " l ...... l an even width between parallel s n ss t~aro e Miller, COl _ tl lines the full length of the ad. rp~reasr~r~ ......... . ^_ ...... ]joining Eliza Johnson lot to a line in the rear thereof. The dwelling from Fort Ashby, Wardensville, house thereon is known at No. Martinsburg and Charles Town 222 West North Street, two story frame construction recently ira- proved by asbestus siding, con- taining five rooms. Auxiliaries. Members from Martinsburg Auxiliary 896 in attendance were Mesdames Jack Pierce, David Breeden, Edward ; Clark,~ Sandy Mills, Lonza Lockard, Eliza Le- Masters, Harry Whitacre, J. W. Fry, Robert Breeden, Earl Stew- art, Gene Hess, Claude Hedges, Ray Berry, Lester Whitmore, Ag nes Kline, Russell Miller and Law ~ rence Broy. The prize for the most mem- bers in attendance was awarded~ to Martinsburg. Past National VFW Auxiliary president, Mrs. W. H. Chadwick formerly of New York and now residing at Berkeley Springs, spoke on the proposed cancer in. surance plan. Door prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ray Berry and Mrs. Earl Ste wart. A dinner of ham, .salads, relish es, baked beans, succotash, cake cheese and beverages was served by the Churls Town Auxiliary.. Being the same real estate con- veyed to Rosa V. Johnson by deed from Ella R. Haines, widow dated December 21, 1949 and re- corded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 178, page 430. TERMS OF SALE "One half cash on day of sale, the residue in two installments payable one and two years after date of sale, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser bearing interest from date and secured by a Deed of Trust upon the prop erty ~old with assignment of a reasonable amount of fire insur- ance with extended coverage, or for all cash at the option of the purchaser. Darrell K. Koonce, Trustee March 16-4t- MODERN FURNITURE: 3 Frigidaire Refrigerators, 5 eu. ft., in running order; vinator Stove, Apt. size, with 4 units, like new; Stove with 4 units, Apt. size, A-1 shape; Also Another size Stove, 2 unit hot plate; 2 toasters, sandwich electric iron, yar~l candle lights with globes; electric window fans, 2 20-in. window fans, bed light~, 5 floor 2 boudoir lights, 3-Piece Living Room Suite, Maple bed box spring,s and box spring mattress; Maple dresser mirror Smd chair; single iron bed with springs and doul~le bed with springs a~d mattress; dressers and stands; d~venport bed, 2 folding cots, 36-1n. cot, 2 over chairs, bed linens, blankets, curtains, drapes, ptllows, reed Porch chairs, smoking stand, Reed corner chair, gage stand, porch chaise lounge, 6 straight back chairs, tures and picture frames; oak settee and 2 chairs; windo~ tilators, book rack ahd mirror; oak dressers and bed screen, oak arn~ chair, 12x12 Axminster Rug wills 2 hall runners, 21-ft. and 12-ft. long; some small new leum rugs, ottoman, tie rack, hat rack, kitchen table oak chairs; 2 kitchen stoo~s, breakfast tables, 2 utility towel rack, griswold sink rim for 32-in. sink, new; pl~l~ cover, easy car washer, new; wardrobe with glass door; mirror, b~eakfast set and chairs; upholstered straight and rocking chairs; coffee table, serving te~ cart, 1~ lets, 6 wine glasses, 6 egg cups, china and glassware; chest, 4 bread boxes, ice refrigerator, metal windoW! flower pots and stands; kitchen utensils, pots roasters, wash bowl mad pitcher; 4 fish bow~, l~ freezer, gla~lstone bag, glass jars and jugs; g~rba4[e metal lawn chairs and settee; 3 benches, Hoosier cabinet, s~usage grinder mad lard press, 2 large deep well pipe l~older, 8-in. circular s~w a~d tree trimmers, hand lawn mower, 6 window sash, 2 measures, 50-gal. ~drum with spiggot; 32-ft. extensiO~ der, good as new; step Iladder, 2 room oil he~-ter, wood heating stove; window ~d porch awning rodS, pipe and pipe fittings; some carpenter and garden of other articles that are not mentioned. This is a clean lot of furniture and wortl~y of TERMS:--CASH. Nothing~to be removed until settl~l TRUMONT F'. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. ~mxc.h 16 ~nd 23- 2t.