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7 AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . G: E, Webb Telephone 2492 Ldrow returned to evening after nter months with alter Dudrow and Franklin Dinkle of Bolivar is also remarkable for his age enjoying long walks and good health. trnon~Isport, N. Y., Weeks with her Dudrow and N. J. Charles mother home With her until Sun friends of Mrs. to welcome her month i~ ~hswin~ ciuibe a b~L of nmi ~,it:cr quibc a .~icg,~ of iilnc.~. improvement and we are glad to among the students, some of them see this. being quite ill and out of school Mr. Coleman Dunn, who suf[er- for as much as ten days. Quite ed a slight heart attack while at a number were home for a day his work recently, is recovering or two and came back and then satisfactorily at his home in Bol- had a relapse, keeping them home ivar. for several more days. In some Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman cases the illness doesen't entiiely and family of Shepherdstown via-clear up for several weeks The ited Mrs. Lehman's mo~her Mrs. Elementary School has been also J. L. Eackles on Sunday. badly affected and we understand Joseph Thomas Carey, Sr., 57, that there are still quite a few of near Brun,~wick, Md. died in )upils unable to be present. Mrs. A. Yokum, House Mo~her, Frederick Memorial Hospital on Mr. John Howard spent last at the University of Maryland, was last Thursday. He was r~ son of with relatives and friends in a visitor at the home of Mr. andMrs. Marian Carter Carey and thevlorgantown and Kingswood, W. Mrs. K. K. Cavalier on last Sun-late Joseph Carey and is survived Vs. day. The late Dr. Yokum and his widow, Mrs. Frances Tawl-Mr. Berkeley Winters Is much Yokum purchased a home in Bol- ton Carey; one son, Joseph T. improved after being hospitalized ivar Heights some years ago and Carey, Jr. of Washington ,D. C.;for observation and treatment. lived there until the death of Dr. his mother, one brother, Vernbn Mr. and Mrs. G..F. Cummings Yokum. C. Carey of near Brunswick, Md. and little daughter Nancy of near Norman Johnson Norman J. and Md. tt~ home of Mr. Hnkle of Brunswick, : his .~on-in-la~ and .nd Mrs. Coleman about 84 years a former resident enjoying splendid Older brother, Mr, Miss Georgia Dahlin of Harpers Ferry, accompanied her brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tucker of Charles Town to Harrisonburg, Vs. recently where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters of Pleasant Valley, Md. visited at the home of their uncle Mr. G. E. Webb and family on Friday evening. Mr. Webb( who has been very much indisposed for the past Dairying and Farming on the Herman Cob- Middletown, we will sell on the said adjoining Middletown on the North, in Fred- Maryland. on ,AY, MARCH 30, 1959 IIEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. TO-WIT: HEAD REGISTERED AND ,E HOLSTEINS -- 36 are Milk Cows of whieh 2 were fresh in Jan- March and several are close springers by sale cows are all young and 3 are registered. They cows and in heavy production, from our best dams and 3 of these heifers and Bangs Accredited and test will be run Ys of sale and papers will be issued for each they can go into the herd of any state. vaccinated. Can be inspected any time prior to sale at or a:: other time. The average B. F. test 3.8 this herd. EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY, FEEDS gallon Milk Tank, like new; DeLaval 3-Unit a. 41 pump, motor and pipe line for 20 cows, Bottled Gas Hot Water Heater; 3-Section ~, Utility Rack, Stainless Steel Strainer, Rubber 'Prayer, Brushes, Rubber Tire Silage Cart, Rub- Cart, Forks, Shovels, 4-hole Hog Feeder, 550- grindstone. tractor manure spreader in good condition; Attach cultivators for JD A-60 or 620;;; two 8:25 x20 Truck Tires, three 16" wheels, x38 tractor chains, 1,000 lb. platform scales, steel. ~oden Stave Silo complete, dismantled and ready SILAGE, and Any Other Feed left on farm 12 Week Old Pigs. :'C&sH on Day of Sale. AMOS R. KELLER, JR. , GEORGE A. MOSER, Owners R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. lff. ALEXANDER, Clerk. Middletown Valley Grange. and 26 - 2t. 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE as the Administrator, d. b. n., of Mary deceased, the undersigned will sell the al Property at PUBLIC SALE property of Mary Louise Wagaman, on of North George Street, in Ranson, Jeffer- Virginia, on URDAY, APRIL 4, 1959 /NING AT 10.: 0 O'CLOCK A. M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME ELECTRIC STOVE, SINGLE OVEN, ; WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERA- COMPARTMENT, NEARLY TRO-LUX SWEEPER, GOOD SHAPE; T-V, 21-INCH; G. E. WASHING G..E. RADIO. Room Suite. 8 Piece DiningRoom Suite, and Pad, 10 Scatter Rugs, 2 Large Rugs, 2 Platform Rockers, 2 End Tables, Whatnot, Wing Chair, Foot Stool, Occasional Stand, 2 Tables, Duncan Phyfe Side Table, Electric Fan, Telephone Stand, Magazine Ioset, Sewing Machine, Hall Table, Mirrors, ~bles, 5 Kitchen Chairs, Cosco Metal Stool, Pop-Up Toaster, Electric Iron, Perfection Linoleum Rug; 8-Piece Bedroom Suite, Cedar Wardrobe, Maple Twin-Bed Bedroom ith Night Table; Dresser, Occasional Chair, Laundry Basket, Scales, Metal Bed, corn- Night Table, Two Chairs (bedroom); ; Mantle Clock, Several Trunks, I Rush Porch Rockers, 3 Metal Lawn Chairs, Fold- Machine, Lawn Sprinkler, Step Ladder, Bench, Many Lamps and Pictures, Pots, all kinds; Some Linens, Many Bed Linens, and Bed Spreads; Cherry Seeder, G. E. Many Other Household Items. :~-One 1808 Half Penny; One 1810 1803 Penny; One 1838 Penny. FREDERICK O. RYRER, INISTRATOR. d. b. n.. OF MARY WAGAMAN, DECEASED Auctioneer. Clerk. Served By The ~'oman's Society of Chris- and one sister Mrs. Jean Huff of Martins:burg. Funeral Services for Mr. Carey were held on Sunday at the Brownsville Church of the Brethern with the Rev. Newton Polling officiating. Interment was in the adjoining cemetery. After a long cold winter, we ap- proach these warm, clear Spring days. Having bu~ very little rain and snow during the winter days, the ground is unusually dry, giv- ing gardners a chance to get their potatoes, onions, lettuce, radishes and peas and etc planted, and we notice they are doing just that. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. H. T. McDonald were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Durkee and family, of Alexandria, Vs. They enjoyed a family dinner at the Towne House during their visit. Mrs, Fred Devenport and little daughter, Marie spent several days last week visiting the for- mers great-aunt Mrs. Charles Strauss. Death Of Former Pastor The Reverend Ernest W. Simms. a retired former pastor of Camp Hill Methodist Church, died on March 19, in Baltimore, Md. He is survived by his widow and two sons, J. Rufus and E. Richard. l~meral services were held at the Cook Funeral Home in Baltimore, Md. on March 23. Interment was in Fruit]and, Md. Mrs. Clayton Robinson is spend ing two weeks with relatives in Pe~nsylvs nia. The attendance in the local High School is about back to nor- Hagerstown, Md. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. William Harris parents of Mrs. Cummings. The Captains of the local Red Cross drive have announced the amount received by the solicitors. and Mrs. Anna Butts of Bolivar r~ports $82.92 and Mrs. Ethel Ed wards of Harpers Ferry reports collecting $72.00. Mrs. H. T. McDonald of Harpers Ferry has accompanied her ~n Frank on a vacation trip to visit relatives and friends in Ma~s. for two weeks. Mrs. Charles Wolfe who lives at the McDonald home is spending two weeks at Cliffside Motel, during the absence of Mrs. McOonald. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Holmes accom, panied by two friends from Lovettsville, Va. are visiting Mr and Mrs. James Breeden in Ly- man, S. C. Another Benefit Party will be held at the hall of the Friendship Fire Company on Friday evenin, March 27. They are being held on every other Friday evening for the benefit of the Fire Company Two weeks ago the net profit was $44.00. Expenses are doubled of course, with the two fire trucks .to keep up. And we might say they are really being used and used hard according to the num- ber of times they are called out. On last Thursday the Fire siren blew six times and on Friday they were called out five times. We think there must be some care- lessness somewhere We under- stand from good authorities that a small fine will be imposed in the very near future ff this care- lessness continues. It is best to have our brush fires after five o'clock in the evening, as the air is heavier, more men are around their homes and it really seems to be the best time to burn. On the windiest days many of its put our paper and burnable art- icles in baskets or bags until the wind quits blowing. Several of the fires have been hard to get under control and very hard to get to. This is an unusually dry Spring, and we are really in need of rain. We have heard the fire siren four times today, (Tuesday). TUNE IN CHANNEL 5 3:00 O'CLOCK JIGSAW QUIZ By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children, Mrs. Mary Cogle and Mrs. Leona Everhart and daugh- ter Wands were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Holmes and family in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George Renner and children were Sunday victors with Mr:. and Mrs, ~Don White and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle and familY, , ......... \ The new arrival of Mr.'and Mr~ Charles 'Long :has Lieen named Peggy Jean. Both mother :and her daughter are doing fine, ,, Mr. 'and Mrs..]Donald Stai and fazni!y : of Bal spent the weekend, with Mr, ant Mrs. Raymond 'Cole: a~d family, Mr, Harold Stauhs and Mr. RmY mond Dtaubs bare beer~, ca!l~t to wark again st the Armco,Sh~l Plant in Baltimore, Md. ;after hay, ing ,been layed, '6ff ~ for several m0nths:' , ~ . i ,. ,',", :' .' Mr. 'and" Mrs. Aldridge St~ubs of Mlll~fllq ! ;] CHARLES TOWN AND VICINITY ' WILL BE :tis, Va, spent Saturday night at CO - SPONSORED BY US the home of his wife Mrs, Betty Rodgers of Ranson ,tain ,P~dgers of our commun wereca:!led %0 Penna. :on. account, of the o1~ ' Aron Rodgers; a great : t~h former, , . ~ ' Pfc. Oerald Buford of Fort EUS- Cogle Bu[Ord. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and EACH WEDNESDAY son were Sunday guests with rel- atives i.n Millvflle. Mr. and Mrs. John Whi,tehair REGISTER AT OUR STORE and son of Harpers Ferry were the FOR YOUR FREE CHANCE Sunday guests with the latters pa- FOR A TELEPHONE CALL. rents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever' hart. YOU MAY WIN THE BIG Mr. and Mrs. Junior (2rove and JACKPOT PRIZE. children were Sunday evening via itors with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and: children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick and children. Mr and Mrs. Ollie I DIO. ""'""^'ll:Ll:VIMUH Hawk of Chestnut Hill were Sun- day visitors wlth M~r. and Mrs. l P P L I A N C E S Junior Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. kldrldge Staubs of Millvllle were Saturday even- 222 West Washington 'St. ing visitors wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Maggie Lowgerbeam who spent the winter months with her OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS son Robert has now gone to spend some time with a daugh.ter Mr. MAKE THE ZENITH VALUE CHE and Mrs Luther Cogle. Mrs. Leona Stau'bs who is now spending some time with her son and faznlly Paul at Neersville was a recent dinner guest with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole. Mrs. Elsie Cook received word WORLD FAMOUS from her son Wayne, who is now stationed at Fort Jackson,, S. C. that he likes the Army real well. Hels getting along nicely. and Mrs. Raymond Cole Mr. and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stauba in Baltimore, Md. instead of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal which was made bv mistake in the paper of last week. Mr. and Mrs Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever hart and Arlene were the Satur. day evening visitors with, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitebait and ~on' of Harpers Ferry. Send Your Ease~er Seal Contrl. butlons or Cri,upled' Chlldxen to Ea.ser ~als P. O. Box 503, Ch~. lea Town W. Va. I ;!ii!ii::!ii !ii';iii :::iiiii':!iil ..., . :::::: :':: : ;ii:ii ": j)2 !?~ :::. :: :: :i::. : .!:!!/( 2!ii21 i i: ; (ii;i~:]:?: :::~.i:~i SPIRIT OF J FFERSON ,r- nMaas THURSDAY, MARCH 26, !959 There's outhern States Hybrid to fit : your need for Grain or nslla Southern States Hybrids are available in maturity ranges from Very Early (90 to 100 days) to Full Season (125 to 132 days) and remember... Every kernel treated for protection against soil insects, seed and soil borne diseases. Every pound backed by Southern ........ States replant agreement. See your Local Service Agency ADVOCA~ " :T--I] !