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..... Lu., o Girl Att d Chu H01d cille Cogle of Loudoun Heights were Mesdames Charles Dunn, en rob. THURSDAY, MARCH 23' LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . , and two half sisters, Mrs. Ger- Robert Itardy Sr., V. E. Neal, Ed- -- , ~ H] LRP[ ~S FER~ t' AND ! 0L ~ ~ ~ lrude Ballenger of Bolivar and lward Singhas, Miss Marie Truss- Pr0gra m iSeein~ntiS believing--if you see[ If you want to know w~ Mrs. Thehna Wiley of Millville. ell and Mr. W. B. Horn. Juhette Lowe Ce~ebrah0fl The body remained at lhe Eack-I Delicious refreshments of cake " ,P ' 1" our h(art as thou hIhind the headlines ask, anYl By Mrs. G. E. Webb , Telephone 2492 los Funeral Chapel until Sunday t punch, potato chips, nuts anti ~ Lixe,iZer, (lay wereY ,'-~ "Cnrlstmas.'" g ilwife" She'll.tell you its tel. _~ when it was rcntoved 1o the [mints were served anti many love This is Girl Scout week lhrou- at Charles Town Junior ttig:B~st w:ay to get in the swim is Iban(l,, especially at tile Die, Church of the Nazarene at Loud ly gifts were served, ghout the nation and to observe School. Death of Spanish War Veteran [grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. oun Heights, with the Rev. Lloyd Attend Band Clinic the occasion locally Girl Scout i Mrs. William K. Roth, Neigl~stay out of the dives, table. _.~ William Franklin Garrelt, 82, [Maude Haley of Warrenton, Va. Massey officiating. Burial was Those from Harpers Ferry and Brownie troops of Charles borhood chairman opened the pr ~p~~.l..f~-.~-j-.f~.f~.c-~'j'~-.~.Iz~-~r~ ~ died n Friday at his heine at ]The bdy rested at the Blivar" made in Ebeneczer Cemetery' High Schl attending the Area 4 Twn and Ransn fficially pen ceedings bY greeting and welcm ~~~ ~1 Chestnut Hill, Ilarpers Ferry, Rt. [ttarpers Ferry Funeral Chapel un I Loudan tteights. Band Clinic held at Martinsburg ed the week by attending church ing this large turnout of famil: ----'~ 2, after a long illness. A native of ]til Sunday when it was removed [ Miss Emma Buckner is a pc- High School on Friday and Satur in a body at the Charles Town ~and friends. The Executive Direc Strasburg, Va. he was born on[to the Chestnut Hill Methodist[tient in the Charles Town Gcner: day were Mary Emma Kidwiler, Baptist and S~t. James Catholic or of the Eastern Panhandle Gir Dec. 14, 1878 a son of the late Lor ]Church from where services were ] al Hospital. She has been there Mary Kidwiler, Judy Auvil, Vick churches. I Scout Council was introduced an( ~~-----"- enza antl Sydney Wicks Garrett. ]held at 3:30 o clock with the Rev. ] for about ten days. ie Jackson, Brent Davidson, Don Then at 2:30 p. m. a large dele- I asked to stand and be recognized I A veteran of the Spanish-Amcr-]C. W. Lloyd officiating. Burial[ On last Friday night a hun~ng nie Davidson, Sandra Littleton, action of parents anti friends of 'An award of appreciation was pr( ican War and a retired employee [was made in the Cemetery adjoin ]dog, belonging to Wayne Lon,,er- John Littleton and June Lee Scouting in the area, along with sented to the Womans Club o~ ~ ,~ -- of the Michigan Chemical Corn-[ing the Church. ]beam and tied in the yard at the Webb. Twelve'schools were repre the Scouis, atended the Juliette Charles Town for their sponsorADDA ROOA4 )O~IN pany of Millville, he had spent ISudden Death of Mrs. Nuce I home was attracted by dogs or a sented and elevn band directors Lowe celebration program staged ship of Girl Scouts in this aret most of his life in JeffersonI Mrs. Edith Mac Nuce, 63, wifeldg, during the night and was presented Prof. C., C. Arms of ~ fr the past year" Mrs" James WaI 7~ME~E 8ELO~ / I~I~'~'~ C~unty'w.Va.SurviV~rsarehis~f~arryNuce~fL~ud~unHei-.bad~yt~rn~cutandbruised.~tHarpersFerryHighSch~with~fnearMartinsburgspentThurss~n,.presic!ent..~fthe`W~man~ HOME ~~i wife, ~rs. Sarah ttawk Garrett at ~ghts, Va. near Harpers Ferry died I was at first thoughf that he would a pen and pencil set because of clay with Mrs. Lena Ambrose. UUD a ecep}e(1 the awara. __ --as G/VE YOU~ home; one son Herman Garrett of[suddenly Thursday night while lnt survive but he is beginning to the fact that he is retiring after Mr. and Mrs. Lee Emery of Mar . At tins ume ~ne progra~n w~ A CH~E TO ~O~f I near ttarpcrs Ferry; four daugh- ]enroute to a Doctor's office in I show slight improvement and has the closing of school in May. He tinsburg spent Wednesday with mrnea over m lvirs, li. iv1. L vans, , I - / tcrs, Mrs. Geneva Loy of Washing IPurcellville, Va. Born in Silver I eaten a small amount of food. On has taught music for 42 years the Mr and Mrs T W Weltv and cnawman ot me program. ~even ton, D. C,; Mrs. Nettle McDaniel ]Grove, Harpers Ferry Route 2,]the same night a couple pigs past eight years being in West ~,~,~ ,~-o,~ ),,,~,~,~^:=~ """ ~-"" o.'., ~,~h':'l ..... - .... [part.f theThell troopSthemeinwasthis,,whatarea tOOkwe ~~ , ~-- ~ ,~,,~Jf'~f"v"~" ~"" of Thomasville, Pc.; Mrs. Pauline ]on Aug. 23, 1897, she was a dau-Iwere attacked and badly bitten, Virginia, in Harpers Ferry High .,:,.. ,..:,~ ,?.:s. ,,:. ......... "In~ have accomplishedduring the ~f-1 ~ IctTi ~ -'~_.I ~i A~ger ~f Rans~n, w. Va.; Mrs.lghter ~f the ~ate Edward Rey-~apparentIybyadog.Their~wner Sch~l. He has taught between visiteu1wrs.tAara~)unnnear - ast ear,, l !i~kLt~)" ~,~~t Bertha Deck of Alexandria, Va.; I nolds and Sarah Gray Reynolds of llived near the home of Mr. Lon- 3,200 and 3,500 students. Prof. wood Sunday. Mrs. Dunn has p Y " -~ ~? ~' f~ [ gerbeam. Arms is to be congratulated on been under the doctors care for M~'s" .David Merchant s .trOOp ~ !~ ~~ 19 grandchildren; seven great IHarpers Ferry. Survivors are herI This area experienced a dreary his wonderful achievement, some time now conaucted the opening ann cios- 1 [ant! cold weekend with rain mix- Series of Meetings Mr. Rodney Engle iSo~Casl. ~glFlagCepe~:nYnsM[:~eJ~ph ed with snow, hail and sleet. We The Rev. Joseph D. Sergent of pauem m tne ~naries - . ' . are glad "Spring Is Just Around the Bedington Methodist Churchpital. He was taken there Satur- PrrJe:t i~:meyH,n~eomo~kmgplaiMnre~ // The Corner.' near Martinsburg will be guestday. He is improving now very the fun they had had by demon- ~ LOC^LT~^~KS.',,- -- .... : // / Stork Shower At Dopson Home speaker at Camp Hill Methodist ,much. A surprise stork shower was Church, Harpers Ferry during a Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby strating a dance they had learned given for Mrs. Robert ttorn, by series of meetings which began lwere supper guests of Mr. and at their meetingss. Mrs. Charles ~ SPECIAL Through April! Mrs. Donald Dopson and Mrs. on Sunday night, March 19 and Mrs. Fred Tabler Thursday night Spiker's troop has been studying rr~r~~ QUALITYM PHILIP Clayton Robinson at the home of i will ,continue through Sunday, near Uvilla. International Friendship. They Mrs. Merle Wiltshireon last i March 24. The public is invited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and displayed Flags and Motes of dif- AHOGANY i to attend these meetings begin-"daughter spent Sunday evening ferent nations. Mrs. Emery Kab- "V - GROOVED - le's troop has been working on TO STAIN - EASY STALL. " x 4' x 8' Sheets Rewire for safety and for added power You can count on a safe wiring job with adequate capacity to carry the full power load of all your home appliances when we do the job for you. Thursday evening. Those attending were Mesdam- es Elmer Davidson, Robert Har- dy, Jr., W. M. Horn, Calvin Hou- gh, Raleigh Moler, C. F. Mose, elite Pierce, Ronald Rice, C. W. Rissler, Marcus Rutherford, Lew- is Staubs, Paul Staubs, Paul Swartz, and Misses Kathryn Truss ell, Bevereley Staubs, Pamela Davidson, Veronica and lit'de Met THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOM'E Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 Telephones - 162 I I I Ill Illllll Discontinuing Farming I will sell at Public Sale the Fol- lowing Live Stock, Farming Implements and Household Goods, located on Halltown and Shephcrdstown Pike about 4 miles South of Shcpherdstown, W. Va., and 4 miles North of Hall- town, W. Va., at Uvilla, on TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1961, BEGINNING AT 9:30 OCLOCK A. M. SHARP: 50 HEAD OF HEREFORD CATTLE 16 Hereford Cows with calves by their side; 30 Hereford Heifers and Steers, weight about 400 Ibs. to 600 lbs. each. These Cattle have been TB and Blood Teested. 31 HEAD OF HOGS 5 Black Poland China Sows, 3 with pigs by their side: 25 Shoats, ranging in weight from 75 to 100 Ibm each; One Spotted Poland China Male Hog. HOW ARE YOU PROTECTING YOUR HOME? No matter how you try to protect your home, you can never be completely safe from the many haz- ards that' threaten it. However, with one insur- ante policy you can now get coverage for wind, fire, theft, vandalism, per- sonal liability, many other perils. See ua about our 40 HEAD OF SHEEP modern Homeownerspol- Some with Lambs by their side. icy today. FARMING IMPLEMENTS H.S. CLOPPER, JR. McCormick-Deering M Tractor; McCormick,-Deering s00 Insurance, and Real Sstate Tractor; McCormick-Deering Super C Tractdr; McCormick- and Bonds Deering Combine No. 64 with Pickup Attachment and Seacce Cleaner; McCormick-Deering corn planter for Farmall Super120 E. Washington Street C Tractor; McCormick-Deerlng C- 295 A Mould Board Plow Charles Town, W. Va. for Super C Tractor; MeCormick-Deering cultivator for Super , Telephone 216 C Tractor; McCormick-Deering mower 27-V; Universall Trac- 5 tor Mower for M or H Tra~tor; McCormick-Deering Cultiva- ~ ~[lSlt tl[El~lStl|ltS~gL tor for M or H Tractor; MeCormick-Deering mower for C ~ ~~ ''"*" Tractor; power corn sheller No. 30; McCormick-Deering Trac- ~Md~/'~/~. tor Drill, 13 spouts; New Idea one row Corn Picker; McCor- mick-Deering 2 4-row mounted type corn picker; 2 Oliver * " tractor plows, 14-in. bottom; McCormick-Deering high spee~ ~:~:~:~;;~:;~:::::~i.~~~('..~ plow, 14-in.; garden tractor, chain saw, New Holland Har- t~:~:~:~:,:~:~:~:~:~:~::::~,])~:~ 61 Forage Harvester with row crop and grass attachment" Lilliston Brush Hog, McCormick Deering No. 200 numur~ spremter with rubber tires; 2 Grove wagons, 3-ton eacb" 1 Grove Wagon 6-Tons capacity; Cunningham Hay CondL ~:~2~ ~'-~,~).~..~ [ tioner, new; Allls-Chalmers Forage Blower a~ad pipe; Hi~ Boy manure loauier, T-Bat roller, New Idea rubbertire sid~ delivery hay r~ke; Hammer Mill, McCormick-Deering No..~ Ensilage Forage Blower; McCormick-Deering 50-T. Picku- Baler, A-1 shape; McCormick-Deerlng disc harrow, No. 19-V" row McCormick-Deering mower McCormick-Deedng 2.section tractor spring tooth harrowa" ~ '~ ..~=-~-'~ King Wise 28-ft. hay and grain conveyor with electric motor" two 8-ft` McCormick-Deering disc harrows; pulverizer, some ~lokroom tools, Tractor Circdlar Wood Saw. 1953 FORD TRUCK 1'% Ton, A-1 Shape. FOUR WHEEL DRIVE GEEP. Several Hundred Bushels of Corn, Oats and Barley each. Butchering Tools. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Table and 2 Chairs; Breakfast Set with 4 Chairs: Electric Table and Floor Lights; Library Table and Coffee Table; Iron Bed with springs and mattress; 2 wash stands bureaus, straight back and rocking chairs; Desk and Book Case Combine; 3 Old Clocks. Pictures ~nd Picture Frames: 3 Card Tables, Mirrors. China Closet, Iron Stone China Wash Bowl and Pitcher; 2 Toilet Sets, Iatrge Collection of China and Glasswaxe; Lot of Old Books, Bugs, Lot of Toys, High School B~nd Bells. Bacon and Iatrd. Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned. TERMS:---CASH On Day of Sale. NORVAL B. JENKINS MORROW. ORNDoRFF, THARPE and MH~LER, Auctioneers. MOORE AND MORELAND, Clerks. St. James Luthera~t Church Will Serve Lunch. M~rch 16, 23, 30-35. supplies No matter what you may be needing in the way of sickroom supplies, always turn to this "Re- liable" pharmacy. You will find this an excellent source, too, for vitamins and other nutritional aids, including special items for the baby and special geriatric needs for older persons. And, of course, we hope you will make it a point to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. We are prepared to compound' them promptly and precisely as di- rected. You will appreciate our courteous service and our uni- formly fair prices. HICHOLS & STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. ning at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lenora Staubs is critically ill at her home in Bolivar. She has been quite ill and bed fast for quite some time but her con- dition has gotten much worse dur ing the past week. Mrs. Charles Trundle has re- turned to her home after under- going major surgery in Charles Town General Hospital. Miss Sandra Ballenger of Blue mont, Va. spent the weekend with her cousin Miss Dottle Cornell. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger were Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Ballenger and son Glenn of Bluemont, Va. After noon guests were Mrs. Bailey Bal lenger and son Ralph, Mrs. Bobby Reid and son Billy of Leesburg, Va. Mr. J. B. Coffman of Bruns- wick, Md. Mr. Mike Kirby, Mr. Jay Ballenger of Bluemont, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Walk er and daughter Donna of Ran- son. with Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby near Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Buzz Moreland of Washington spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilt and family. Mrs. Decker Death Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell Decker aged 83, wife of the late elite Decker died in Springfield State Hospital Maryland. She was born and reared here but lived in Brunswick all her married years. She is survived by one daughter and three sons, one sister former- ly of here, Mrs. Edith Whyholt of Sparrows Point; brother Oscar Mitchell of Brunswick and broth- er B. C. Mitchell here. Services were held Friday in Brunswick with interment in Park Heights Cemetery there. their Folk Dancing Badge. They demonstrated folk dances from different countries. Mrs. Edward Lloyd's troop presented a camp- ing skit. , It was a well rounded program and showed that all concerned had put a lot of work into the pre parations. Tea was served by the Senior Womans Club of Charles Town :in observance of the One Hun- dredth birthday of Juliette Low i our founder. Those things that come to the man who waits seldom turn out to'be the thingse he's waiting for. Trouble that looks like a moun- tain from a distance, usually is onyil a hill when you get to it. Only - $4.80 Reg. ,- $5.75 Noise is kept to a minimum when you Ceiling Tile in your home. See us for Ceiling Tile and do it yourself advice. Mary Jane Specht, Darlene Dillow Named To Shepherd Sorority One girl from Charles Town and one from Ranson were a- mong the 22 rushes welcomed as members of the 1961 pledge Class on March 7 by Alpha Sig- ma Tau sorority at Shepherd Col. lege. Mary Jane Specht, a freshman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Specht, 685 Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town and Darlene Yvon. ne Dillow, freshman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Dillow, Second Avenue Ranson were the two lo- cal girls who accepted bids to be- ~ocme members of the AST sister- hood. Miss Dillow who is a member We will sell the Following Personal Property, located 7 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., at Middleway, W. Va., Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, APRIL 1,, 1961 BEGINNING AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. HOUSEHOL GOODS - Home Comfort Range Stove (coal or gas); 2 Oil Burners, Piano, Dresser, Swing, Table, 2 Platform Rockers, Slipper Chair, Porch Chairs, 2 Split Bottom Chairs, Odd Chairs, Love Seat, T. V. Stand, Child's Lawn Chair, Washstand, old; Night Stand, old; Radio, Stands, Bed, Foot Stool, Scatter Rugs, 9x12 Fiber Rug, 9x12 Congoleum Rug, Westinghouse Electric Roaster, Deep Fryer, 2 Lamps, Large Mirror, 6 Candle Holders, 5 Pair Drapes, 2 Pair Fiber Glass Curtains, 12 Pair White Curtains, 4 White Linen Shades, Flower Pots, Medicine Cabinet, Pictures, Baking Dishes, Cook- ing Utensils, Glass and Silverware, Dishes, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until .549 HARLE$ TO N, of the Home Economics Club at settled for. Shepherd plans to teach home economics and English on corn- ETHEL K. WHITACRE pleting her college education. JOHN L. WHITACRE Miss Specht who plays the piano and flute is planning her career H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. , to be a music supervisor. She is. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. currently; a member of MENC, a member of the Shepherd choir March 23 and 30- '2t. and band. The other rushees as announ- ced by Sandra Osbourn, presi- dent of the Sorority are: Shirley PUBUC SALF Corbitt, Shepherdstown, Pamela Emsweller, Wardensville, W. Va.; FROM Elizabeth Haymond, Hagerstown, Md.; Bonnie Hockman, Thurmont, I I[[" I1111 ALL ELECTRIC Md.; Mary Hedges, Martinsburg, Annette Janssen, Shepherdstown,The Stoner Farm where I reside has been sold and I am Discontinuing Farming and Dairying and will sell thereon, fill v-- l Ill l APPLIANCE Marths Kephart, Gaithersburg, located on Renner Road and just West of Johnsvtlle and Md.; Margaret Link, Nokesville, being about 3 miles North of Libertytown (Route 26) in er e.eY ra y oo I Ill [ l llllll town,; Carolyn Osbourn, Shepher- BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. TO-WIT: dstown, W. Va.; Frances Pingley, Martinsburg,; Barbara Puckett, 44 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY Inwood, W. Va.; Sandra Randolph Martinsburg,; Gall Ruth, Linden, CATTLE 44 BUY an Up-right or Table-top model from A] New Jersey; Mary Ann Rider, Thii-ty-Flve Milk Cows of which 5 are Registered and 30 Shepherdstown, W. Va.; Phyllis arc good grades. Some of these cows have D.H.I.A. records Electric Appliance Dealer between now and Marchl Styron, Washington, D. C.; Lynn of 600 lb. B. F. axed above. Three.are due to freshen in in our Service Area and receive a FREE, Thompson, Leesburg, Va.; and Maxch, one in May and all of the others except 6 have fresh- Margaret Usak, Martinsburg, Rib- ened~,sinee first of this year. electric installation! ben Pledging was conducted in One Bred Heifer, 4 Open Heifers, 4 Heifer Calves of which the sorority for these new 3 axe Pure Bred. A ttameless electric water heater can be pledges. LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Baby Daughters Born Sunday in The Winches- ter Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam DeMoss a fine baby girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Honk in The Winchester Hospital last week a baby girl. This is their fifth child. They have four boys. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claison Henkes of Falls Church, Va. Sat- urday night a baby girl. Mrs. Hen kes was Miss Pat Gageby before marriage. She had been teaching school down there. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breed en near Summit Point Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family and Mr. Wilmer'Ba- gent 'spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owens at Tablets Station. Mrs. William DeMoss and son D.H.I.A. Records given on day of sale 'and we have one Cow now milking 1O gallons and 4 milking 8 gallons per day. 30 Day Health Test. ', FARM, MACHINERY Oliver Model 77 Tractor, Farmali Super C McCormlck- Deering Tractor with fast hitch attachments including 2 bottom 12" plows, cultivators, springtooth h~rrow, 2 row corn planter and 7-ft. PrO mower; McCormlck-Deering heavy duty disc harrow, double row cultivator, side delivery rake antl tractor ma~nure spreader; Ontario 14X7 tractor 'grain drill, Mayrath 28-ft. elevator, Oliver 2 bottom pplows, McC- Deering 2 bottom 12" plows, 2 rubber tire wagons, 8-ft. John Deere grain binder, hillside hitch, electric brooder, small to,is, etc. DAIRY EQUIPMENT:--Esco 330 gallon milk tank, used 18 months; 5 Surge Milker Units, Surge pump amd motor Ior four units, also Universal pump and motor for three unite, Jamesway feed cart, buckets and other dairy equipment. 3 Butchering Kettles, Sausage Grinder and Stuffer, Other Small Items not listed. TERMS:---CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for ac- ~cidents on premises. JOHN M. INSKEEP EMMERT R. BOWLUS & AUSTIN BOHN, Auctioneers. C. D. METZ, Clerk. Lunch By Johnsville Rurita~n Olub. March 23 - lt. wherever convenient because it needs no flue! you plenty of hot water; it's clean; and it's Buy today I ~33 FREE INSTALLATION ALSO applies to N Dryers and Ranges! AND THE POTOMAC LIGHT POWER