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Breakings & Entering Solved Of Five Negro Youths Town State Police sol- doah Downs kitchen through a Sraall breakings and en window and taking $10 in mon- ey. Samuel W. Ferguson, Jr., 18 of Charles Town, Carr and one of ttle juveniles admitted to enter- ing the kitchen at the old Charles Town Race trick. Saturday, Feh. 25 ;t of five Negroes, juveniles. ts which var- the-group have ad- into were the Shenandoah Downs on Feb. 23; the Blue Sales between 7 {he Peace Merle Alger, Fer ,5-u on and Carr were held for action of Ill grand jury in connection with all three breaking and enterings while the juveniles were turned over to Juvenile Court for dispos- ition of their cases. Ferguson and Carr were roman ded to the Jefferson County jail when they were unable to raise the bond which was set at $1,500 for Ferguson and $1,000 for Carr. Working on the cases were Cor poral G. G. Itolman and Troop- State Police Apprehend Three Drunken Drivers; One For Hit.And-Run Charles Town State Police ap- prehended three drunken drivers and one-hit and run driver dur- ing the period of Thursday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 26. Ary Michael Kline, 37, Myers- ville, Md. was arrested about 4:30 p. m. Feb. 23 on State Route 9, north of Ranson and , charged a. Feb. 24 and lhe kit- with drunken driving after his Town Race cour- to the kitchen and taking some car had left the highway and Week in January. ice cream and six cases of soda q. m plowed into a hedge fence in .arr, 18, of Charles pop. Some of the pop was recov- ame| w. la 0r front of the Perry Anderson prop ~ne of the juve.niles ad ered. - erty in Ransom entering the Shenan- At a hearing before Justice of A~' Mal/$1l A|r ~}$1}|t~12 Corporal G. G. Holman and ~ ,,,,. ,,,,.~. n.u ~,,~,v.. Trooper R. R. Ttuex who investi- ~ T.ob .... H1. ~Hm~r~ no.~1 gated the accident said damage pUBL|[ SALE w.--ff"~=-"Taylor, ...... Jz.;- '*//_'__."~*'_..'-'~_==" amounted to about $I00 Klinesea.,azz appze.- ' " it.,, ~iUr~ ~,,.' .f M~ ~.,t ~a. posted a bond of $50 and costs for armg before Jushce of the Darnel W Taylor, Sr. of Stephen n Street tiar ers Fer W Va I Peaee Merle Alger, but he failed so , p ry, . . is serving at the Naval Air Stat- to appear. g Sold our farm and moving to Martinsburg, we will ion, Jacksonville, Fla. About 5 p. m. Feb. 23, Melvin e Following located 2 miles Norttheast of Kearneys- Jacksonville is the home base Garland McKee, 46, of Winchster, 3 miles South of Shepherdstown, turn East off of for several of the Navy's patrol[Va. was apprehended by Charles erdstown. Keaxneysville Road at Walper's Crossroad.s and attack aircraft squadrons. [Town State Trooper Tommy - [Ward in 'the Franklintown sec- allow Signs, on [tion of the county and charged MARCH 1961 /with drunken driving. At a hear- ing before Justice of the Peace BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A.M. m I Alger Friday morning he plead- rTl- T - led guilty to the charges and was ETC. ]fined $50 and costs. He was also Brass Kettle Trundle Bed 2 toilet sets, complete; 2 I fined for failure to have an oper- $2.50 Per Week the "Master" B --America's l | ~ [ I l finest washer, [ I a ] ] l] vet it cost only | I - ] I~ $189.95. Easy [ ~'fr----~ [~ to pay for. }1# ~ fll Holds more; [J I r" keeps water hot ll~ }~ longer; washes- w ator's license and Mrs. Daisy Mill l er of Winchester, who was with I McKee was charged with being !drunk. Trooper Ward said McKee was :driving a 1950 Chevrolet which was registered in the name of i McKee's father. Sunday morning about 2 o'clock Trooper Ward apprehended Rog- er James Dixon of Frederick, Md. and pitchers, 2 tinlplate chunk stoves, 1 iron wood 2 coal stoves, 2 wash stands, 2 ei~erry cedars, iron 2 bureaus, old iron griddle, 2 feather beds, sideboard, Range, like new, wood or coal; several odd stands, PUmp, small copper kettle, mustache cup, Edison Vic- ed Records; several 9x12 fibre and cloth rugs, vanity, and bench, 4 metal and wood beds, Shoringer Piano, tables, kerosene range, 2 reed rockers, curtain pictures and frames: 12 straight chairs, stone jugs, stone crocks, glass jars, 2 mirror, curtains, bed lamps, croquet set, 40-ft. extension ladder, new; 20-ft. 1 roll snow fence, 300 Chick Electric Brooder, feeders 3 oil drums, garden plow, garden tools, bag Corn shellers, power lawn mower, half bushel measure, steelyards, 3-gal. sprayer, metal wheelbarrow, other saws, axes, 20 gauge Shot Gun, Reming- some shells, porch chair, porch swing, mowing and cycles; dld time sausage grinder, 2 sausage grind- Press, porch shades, metal clothes lines, posts and some pots, pans, dishes and many other articles to mention. OF SALE:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until for. Reformed Church of Kearneysville Will Serve Lunch. MISS BELL STANLEY MISS LOIS STANLEY (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. MORELAND. Clerk. 16 -it. have leased my farm and am going to devote my Construction work only, I will se~l at Public Auction located 8 miles South of Lovettsville, 9 miles Leesburg, on Route 9. Take Route 287 from Pur- Route 9, then East on Route 9 between Clarks lIil~lsboro, Loudoun County, Virginia, on UE:SDAY, MARCH 28, 1961 E(~INNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP: 46 . HEAD OF BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE 46 Cow carrying second c~lf; 1 Guernsey Heifer first calf; 10 Hereford Cows and Heifers several calves by side on day of sale; 6 Angus Cows and Several will have calves by side on day of sale; 4 Yearling Heifers. 2 Black White Face Yearling 1 Yearling Heifer; 2 Angus Heifers. 6 mos. Steers. weighing around 400 lbs.; I Angus trOUnd 400 lbs.; 1 Angus Steer around 300 lbs.; 9 700 to 900 lbs.; 1 Hereford Bull around 1100 Heifers, 6 raGS. old. Donkey with harness and cart. Nanny Goat and 1 Billy Goat. 58 HEAD OF HOGS 58 Sow and pigs; 3 Spotted Poland China Sows, bred ' have pigs by day of sale; 1 Red Sow will have pigs M Sale; 1 Hampshire Sow will have pigs by day of Shoats, weighing 100 to 135 lbs.; 11 Shoats, weigh- 50 lbs.; 1 Hampshire and 1 Poland China Boars, for service. FARM IMPLEMENTS H Tractor, 1 Faxmall C Tractor with mower, cultivator; 1 McCormick-Deering 13-7 Drill on Ferguson Baler, Single Row Corn Picker. David four bar rake on rubber; 2 disc harrows, 1 John section lever harrow; 1 pulverizer, 1 24' Con- John Deere $-14" bottom plow; 2 wagons, one on ~ne on steel; 1 John Deere Hammermill, 1 New Idea Spreader, on rubber; 1 Garden Tractor with cultiva- ~se; 1 Tractor seed sower, 2 metal hog feeders, (4 large feeder racks, I corn planter with 3-polnt lot of Chicken EquipmDt _l_ncluding brooders, feed- fountains. Lot of log chains, shovels, digging many small tools including many other articles a well equipped farm. Oat~, 125 Barrel Corn, 100 Bales of Good 1800 Bales of Clover and Timothy Hay. 3/4 TON TRUCK. ~qO~EL A FORD COUPE. Nothing to be removed until settled for. K. I. LEE, PHONE:--Waterford TU2-8521 ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. ~erryville, Va., 74-W-2. Clerk. Will Be Served by the Ladies Auxiliary of the V. 1177. NOTE:---You Wi*ll find this equipment in and ready for use. If you axe looking for good and stock do not ~ail to attend this sale. .,16 and 23-2t. faster, cleaner. Saves work and time. See it nowl CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., IN(: , 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. and charged him with drunken driving after he lost control of his car and it went over an em- bankment on U. S. Route 340 East of Charles Town. Trooper Ward said Johnson was ed a $50 fine, and forfeited it when he failed to put in his ap- pearance for the hearing. About 3:30 Sunday afternoon Trooper Ward also arrested Geo- rge Edward Johnson, Negro of Shenandoah Junction on a charge of hit and run and for failing to have an operator's license, follow ing an accident on Secondary Rt. 17. Troper Ward said Johnson was driving a 1947 GMC truck East on Secondary Route 17 when it struck a 1961 Buick being driven by Glenn Gary Wiltshire, 17 of Millville. Troper Ward said Wilt- shire was also charged with driv- ing too fast for road conditions. Damage to the two vehicles a- mounted to about $350. Educador converts mangrove swamp into harbor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Wheu your Doctor gives you a prescription, bring it confidently to this Reliable pharmacy. Here, you are assured skilled professional service and pric~s that are uniformly fair. Remember the name and convenient location. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. O l) 0 . g t I g . e~) II Confused about your insurance? Too much protection can be wasteful--too little protection can be disastrous. That's why we urge you to take advantage of our experience and know- how. Let us help you to have the right policies and correct amounts to fit your individual needs. Call us today for a free check of your insurancl HARTFORD FIR~ INSURNqCE COMPNff GROUP HartMrd IS, Com.~'tk, M II To the Creditors and Benefi- ciaries of the estate of William Ellis Jackson. deceased: A}t .persons hav2ng claims ~gainst tahe estate of the said ~illlam Ellis J~ckso~, deceased whetl~er due or not, .are notified, to exkitblt sa~e with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to t~e un- dersigned, at my of~fice in ,l~he City of Harpers ~erry, West Virginia, onor before ,Septerr~ber 9th,1961, at lO:O0 .o'clock A. ~I., .other~vlse, they ~ay by l$,~v, be exCluded from all benefits of said estate. 'All ,be~eflola~es Of said estate are notified to be present on said day to proteot their interests. Given ~lnder my hand. this the 9th day of March. 1961. LOUIS D. ~OI~. Commissioner of Accounts, Jefferson County, 'West Virginia ~M~rch 9-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefl- elariees of the estate of John E. F. Glover, deceased. All persons having claims against the estate of the said John E. F. Glower, deceased, whether due or not a~v notMed to exhl~b~t sa~e ,width the vouc2~er I thereof, legally verified, to the un- dersigned, at my office in .t~e City of ,ITarpers ~erry, West Vlrgtrda, on or before Septerr~ber 9th, 1961. ut 10:00 o'clock A. M., otherwise. they m~Y by law, ,be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beaeficlaries of said estate are notified to be present an said day to proteot their interests. Given under my hand, this the 9th day of March, 1961. LOUIS D. NI~HOI~, Commissioner of Accotmts, Jefferson County, 'West "glrginia March 9-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITO RS. To the Creditors and Benefi- ciaries of the estate of Robert L. Green, deceased: All persons havlng claims against the estate of the said ladSbert L. Green. deceased, whether due or not a~ notifed to ex~hibb4t s,ame wl~h the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the un- dersigned, at my ol~ftce in 6he City of Harpers ~er~j, West Vtrgir~a, on or ,befor~ Septomber 9th. 1961, t 1O:00 o'clock A. ~#L, otherwise. ~hey ~ay by ia~v, ,be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All betn.efirclarles of said est, abe are notified to be ppesent on said day to protect their interest& G~ven under my hand. this the 9th day of l~arch. 1961. LOUIS D. NICHOLS, Commissioner of Accounts, Jefferson County. West Virginia ~,farch 9-3t. Annual State 4.H Ham And Bacon Show, Sale Set For March 21.22 Plans have been completed for the 29th annual State 4-It Ham and Bacon Show and Sale to be held Tuesday and Wednesday, March 21-22 in the ballroom of the Stonewall Jackson tIotel, Clarksburg, W. Va. Some 80 Four-H boys and girls from throughout the Mountain ing to inspect the mcat , Warn. sley said here today. Entertainment for the young- sters during their stay in Clarks- burg is being arranged by the Clarksburg Chamber of Commer- ce, with Roy Keys, chairman of the Chamber's Agriculture Com. mittee, in charge. On Tuesday, the 4-1t members will be guests at a luncheon sponsored by the Clarksburg Kiwanis Club. A tour of places of interest in Clarks- burg will follow, sponsored by the Clarksburg Chamber of Com. merce. Later in the afternoon the 4-tt'ers will be guests of the Rob- S{ate are expected to take part inson Grand Theater at a movie. in the event. The Stonewall Jackson tIotel will i Th~ 4 l-T'-pr~ will o~hihit ~nnrn~' sponsor a banquet for the group ..... " .................... r-~o-,.- that evening after ~hich th~ Har ~mately 100 sugar-cured, hmkory- . .. . , .......... nk~d Ofillrllrv ham,: and a ~irn rlson county 'l--ll t~Ulloers Will en sm ............. .._...s ..... s..... . tertaln the youngsters at a flar number of strips of sugar-, ............ ". onr@d hiokorv.~:rnnlod o.,,.,,~, urana t'arty ,n Ifle l)lXle noom .......... 7"', ~':'" ..... . ....... ~ of the Stonewall Jackson On bacon. Entrees will be judged by] ........... ~ .;, _ - weanes(my me a-ti ers win ne Ben Morgan, Umvermty Park, Pa. [ . ' . . .... ,guests at a mncneon sponsoreo Extensmn Iavestock Snecmhst at,. ' .. ..... " . The Pennsylvania Sta'te Univer-Ioy the larKsourg t otary mo. sity and formerly a member of l the Extension Animal Husbandry[ Men who give in if wrong, are Staff at WVU. [wise; men who give in if righl All the meats will be sold-by [are married. , the pound-to the highest bidder] -------- at public auction at 2 o'clock Wed [ , Marilyn Monroe may not have nesday afternoon, March 22, by [' It--but she s got it better or- Col. John Sti~s, Parkersburg. [ganized. Prospective buyers are invited[ to visit the ballroom of the ] Tell some people you can't get Stonewall Jackson Hotel on Tues [along without them and before day evening between 7 and 9]long you can't get along with o'_!ock or on Wednesday morn- them. SPIRE ,i ?FERsON A )V0dA THURSDAY, MAR(H 16, 1961 LET US REDUCE THE FIRE H.AZARDS IN YOUR HOME! Wiring and Outlets Checked Appliances Examined Power I ads Rated Fuse Boxes Tested How would the Fire Underwriters rate your home? Inspection by our licensed electricians will spotlight and eliminate any danger spots. J. EDWARD MAGAHA ELECTRICA CONTRACTOR Telephone 424 , Charles Town, W. l USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY STORE HOURS: FRIDAY - - 9 to 9 SATURDAY - -9 to 6 III . II I Values to $14.99 SALE .00 to $ Values to $4.99 SALE for $' for One Group of CI ILDREN'S Regular 99e to $2.99 NOW )c to Sizes 36 - 42 .... Harris Tweeds Regular $35.00 .... SALE ,13 20 Wool Tweeds .... Values to $24.99 SALE Values To $14.99----SALE .00 Sizes 4- 16 .... Compare At $1.79 SALE $ .11 Regular $3.99 to $8.99 NOW $ .97 to Regular 99e to $7.99 NOW to ONE TABLE OF Regular $2.99 to NOW $1.67 to $7.99 Ladies & Childrens Regular 59e SALE LADIES for $ .00 One Table Of Short Lengths Regular 39c to 59c NOW Yds. for $ .00 MEN'S Sizes 10- 13--SALE for $ .00 CASH CHARGE LAY-A-WAY CHARLES TOWN'S DE STORE MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE CASH CHARGE LAY-A-WAY SHOPPING CENTER --- PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS --- Along with 23 Other Members of the Retail Merchants A sociation We Are Closing at 6:00 P. M. on Saturday to Give Our Employees A Longer and More Enjoyable Week- End!