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NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of John A. Purcell Sr., deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of John A. Purcell, Sr. deceased whether due or not are notified to exhibit same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersign- at her office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the the 24th, day of October, 1966; otherwise ,they may, by law be ex. eluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries ol said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their inter- est. Given under my hand this 25th day of March, 1966 L. C. BRISCOE April 7-3-t. sl,i ,o 1 OTICE TO CRED'ORSl---- Tothe Creditors and Benet ici- TO the Creditors and Benefici. I aries of the Estate of S. C. Glass- aries of the Estate of C. M. I ford, deceased. Kearns, deceased. / AU persons having claims a- AM persons having claims a-/ gainst the Estate of S. C. Glass- gainst the Estate of C. M. fo~'d, deceased, whether, due Kearns, deceased, whether, due el*not are notified to exhiMt or not are notified to exhibit Savne, with the vouchers thereof, s me, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified to ~ undersign- legMly verified to the undersign- ed, at her office in the Citizens ed, at her office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the West Virginia, on or before the the 24th, day of October, 1966; the 24th, day of October, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be ex- otherwise ,they may, by law be ex- eluded from all benefit of said eluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before estate. All beneficiaries of said said day to examine said claims estate may appear on or before and otherwise protect their inter said day to eXaminee said claims est. and otherwise protect their inter- est. Given under my hand this 25th day of March, 1966 L. C. BRISCOE April 7-34. Given under my hand this 25th day of March, 1966 L. C. BRISCOE April 7-3-t. i NOTICE TO_._._CREDITORS i To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Anne Lloyd Baylor, deceased. Hill ~ II : All pe s having ela.ims a- gainst the Estate of Anne Lloyd A TO I MBER Baylor, deceased, whether, due or not are notified to exhibil g:R , . same, with the vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersign- ed, at her office in the CitiTens By CHARL] J. W. SMITH Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the The Easter story is the story of Christianity. It is a true life story the 24th, day of October, 1966; of a MoB who fulfilled the prophecies of Isaiah, David and others in ~therwise they may, by law be ex- the ~ TeStmmend, It is the story of a MaR wko knew Sad predicted eluded from all benefit of said He would die bY the lmnds of men. The story tells hew His pro, estate. All beneficiaries of said diction of remlrreetiea was fulfilled in factual happening, estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims nd otherwise protect their inter- Given under myhend this 25th lay of March, 1966 L. C. BRISCOE kpril 7-3-t. Notice Of Sheriff's Sale The Easter story tells how His remaining eleven disciples, high principled men of integrity, confirmed His resurreetiem and histor. ieaily recorded the evtmtia the New Testament. With real life drama that Jnch~des typical human nature, the story relates how one of the eleven --- the dtseLple Thomas -- was a skeptic. The story tells ,how Thomas had to touch Him, had to tottch his wounds before exclaiming, "l y God and My God." The story of Christianity con. tlnues with His words to Thomas, "Because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed; blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed.', The Easter story is the happiest story of all time. When we say, WHEREAS, on April 4, 1966 ' Happy Easter" to each other, we have every reason to wish happi- undersigned Sheriff did levy and be hairy ourselves in rite knowledge that with faith, we :pon the goocl and chattels as ii cmn in grace, His love and His mercy, enjoy eternal life with lescribed below of Stuart L. iiller, dba Miller s Meat Market, kim ia Heaven. That k the true, the only worth wlflle meaning of under authority of a Distress War II py Easter." rant in the amount of $1,147.21 CilARI~8 J. W. SMITi~ S~qUl~l MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME issued by Clifford G. Lantz, Assistant State Tax Commissioner , CHARLES I OWN, WEST VIRGINIA State of' West Virginia, dated March 24, 19 6. NOTICE is ,hereby given that 1 96 6 , undersigned will sell for ;ASH on the 16th day of Apr!l FRIENDSHIP GROUP TOURS at 10:00 A. M. at Millers [eat Market located at the corner A DESTINATION FOR YOU Make 60 Your Year To Travel With Us All Of OUr ToUrs Are Personally Escorted ROCKIES AMERICAN CANADIAN RAIL TOUR FRIDAY, JUNE 17th --- 15 DAYS YELLOWSTONE, GREAT TETONS, GREAT FALLS, GLACIER FA.]RIL CALG I Y, BANI 'F, LAKE LOUISE, WATERTON COACH Of PULLMAN (First Class) FROM ONLY ] 599.00 EachI In this mechanized, electrified, ministers who are riding horse jet-propelled 'world of 1966, it is back from different points in the quite unique and most interest- United States to the 200th Anni- ing to see a modern day pioneer, versary celebration of American who for a brief spell has rolled Methodism to be held in Balti- ff W. Washington Street and S. company where he told his story, his home for a short time after 3h/irles Street in Charles Town, The rider was Dr. Summer L. his wife, who had been accomp- ieffer.son County, West Virginia Martin, from Franklin Indiana, anying him in an automobile, fell I Mtss Lisa Shuman Is [Named Cflizen Of Month At Charles Town High MISS LISA SHUMAN The Gordon Eismon Chapter of the National Honor Society of Charles Town High School has announced that Miss Lisa Shuman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis A Shuman has been elected Citi- zen of the Month for March. Lisa, a sophomore, is a member of the Student Council, the Futu- re Teachers of America, and the Spiriteers Pep Club. She was re- cently chosen a member of the National Honor Society. In the Dolly Madison 4-H Club she serves as Second Vice Presi- | dent. For her participation in school and community activities, Lisa is now eligible for the Citizens of the Year award. Club's Boys and Girls Committee in charge of the arrangements. Chil'dren are asked to bring a container to carry the eggs that they find. JOIN MARY BROW - (Escort) SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATB THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 Ranson Council Moves To Do Something About Health, Fire Hazards Members of the Ranson Coun- Cil voted Monday night to open war on some of the potential health and fire hazards located within the Cooperate limits of the town under a major slum clear- lance program. Ranson's Mayor Tommy Carson and the City Fathers gave City Attorney Lee Bushong the auth- orization to prepare a demolition ordinance which will require the razing of undesirable structures which could be classed as fire and health hazards. ! There was also some discussion at the meeting of the inadequacy the sewage disposal system at i the Charles Town General Hos- pital and the fact that during warm weather undesirable odors seep from the disposal area be- ing used by the hospital. A pro- posal was made at the meeting to have the hospital explore the possibilities of tieng it's facilities into the Charles Town sewerage system which runs within two i blocks of the hospital. Mayor Carson agreed ~| with hospital authorities and find a remedy to the lem. In other council action ignation of Otis James as ber of the town's city inspector was accepted. : Leetown Baptist People To Hold Sunrise Service The Young people of town Baptist Church will again conduct their annual i Sunrise Service at the Sunday morning at 6:30, it announced today. The young people have the Rev. Julian Orrell, the Berryville (Va.) rch to be the guest public is cordially end. Attend Church Subscribe To The Holstein Dispersal & Dairy Equipment TOUR NO. 2 I I PLEASANT SCANDINAVIA (Air) TUF ;DAY, AUGUST 2, 1966 --. 22 DAYS I]tEN31ARK -- NORWAY --- SWEDEN mEN ART RICHAmSS. ONLY [ $1,075.00 Each I TOUR NO. $ IBERIAN HOLIDAY (Air) 'MONDAY, OCTOBER 17th -- 15 DAYS SPAIN POWrveA JOIN HENRIETTA - (Eseorg) ONLY I $575.OO Zae All md e N9. MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1966 DAYS -- 9 PORTS ON THE S. S. CONffriTUTION JOl MR. & CASPER E. KNIGIrF - (EscortS) RATES FROM I i649.0'0 ( INQUntE NOW. DETAILED FOLDER ON REQUEST RESERVATIONS LtNIITED -- RESERVE NOW TIIREE CONVENIENT OFFICES IT0 SERVE YOU WO1UA) WIDE AVEL SERVICE 115 W. KIN(] STREET MARTINSBURG, W. VA. --- PHONE - 267-2022 FREDERICK TRAVgL INC. TRAVEL C ENTER 61 E. I ANKLIN fir. 237 N. MARKET ST. ][IA~]~WgOWN, ]~D. ~REDERI[CK, MD, SPECIAL MEWI'I G FIL PRESENTATION And LECTUR ON Wi TFAIN TOUR And SCANDINAVIA TRIP VENICE MOTEL -- HAGERSTOWN, MD. TUESDAY, APRIL 19tk-- 7:30 P. M. TkketS Available from any Above Office. Plan TO Attend TI APRIL 27th, 1966 10:30 A. M. GREEN ACRES FARM Robert L. Withers Estate -- Berryville, .back the pages, of time and his- more, Md., April 21-24. tdry to the days of the covered By far the oldest of the 12 JEFFERSON GARDEN wagons, trails west and the circu- ministers making the horse back CLUB TO MEET it riding preacher, ride. The Jefferson County Garden Tuesday afternoon about 3:30 Dr. Martin will represent West Club will meet at the home of several dozen persons in the down Virginia at the Bi-Centennial ob- Mrs. J. C. C. Gardiner, On Thurs- town section of Charles Town servance. gazed in amazement when they The retired minister left Green day afternoon, April 14 at 3:30. A saw a c01d and weary 78-year-old castle, Pa., on January 9, astride full attendance is desired. man wearing the black cloth of a his five,year-old horse named --- ........ minister come riding into town Maudie, and he did fine until on a lovely, but tired- looking he hit the mountains of West Palamino horse. The rider steer- Virginia where he was stranded ed his horse to the viciniih, of the for a time by a blizzard. He left Charles Town Independent Fire his horse there and returned to f011owi g items of personal and he was heading into the final )ropegty: EQUIPMENT: Display CaSe approx. 20' stages of an 800-mile ride on horseback, from the grove of Bishop R0be t Roberts, at Green ._e rs :. Ind., t$ Baltimore "fi dd"ridden ,his hors into C z es Town from Winchester, Va., where he had spent the previOUs night. And after talking briefly with those who gathered around, he took his horse to a nearby stable and then after a freshen- ing up spet! for himseIf and a good warm meal, he headed for the Charles Town Asbury Metho- dist Church for a special service where he told the gathering of the experiences he had encounter ed on his horseback ride from Indiana to Charles Town. Wednesday morning he left for Frederick (Md.) where he was to make anotl er stop before head- ing into Baltimore, which was to be the end of the long, long trail. Dr. Martin's ride is a part of a "Saddle Bags East," project in- volving a group of 12 Methodist both sides ~: :, Meat Case approx. pen ease 9no Toleado Meat saw One set Toleada Meat Scales Globe slicing machine, Toleada Grinder Meat block, m at saw and meat tenderizer and knives. I Warren Walk-in Box I Pernacold case I Hill large case freezer, open 3 small display cases, approx. 5' I Warren open vegetable case, approx. 20' 4 bread and cookie display stands 2 Toleado scales 1 Cash Register, National 1 Mowhewk Ice cream freezer 1 Adding machine Metal Carts CUTE, YUMMY RABBITS Look so cute, taste so good. White or choeo. late in ~e-thru wrap- ping. for 1,44 ~g ~m. "Another of Virginia's Good Herds" Artificially Sired And Bred DHIA Records and Breeding Date on Request. OWNBY AUCTION AND REALTY CO., INC. 1301 Hermitage Road -- Richmond, Va. 7 CUDDLY PLUSH BUNNIES, CHICKS Foam-filled rayon plush chicks, bunnies, rooster& some with vinyl faces, heads. GALA |ASKET With cute viny! rabbit, foil wrapped eggs, loads of deliciotm DECORATED SITTING CHOCOLATE RABBIT 3.5-oz. decorated hol- low rabbit in sitting position. Our own Hol- land House chocolate. . J I I111[ I JUMBO-SIZED I8-OZ. CHOCOLATE RABBITS Jumbo-size treatSf Chocolate and white chocolate hollow bun- hies of delicious Hol- land House pure milk chocolate. All be-rib- boned and decomtod. ALl a big 18-oz.l Groceries and General Merchan disc in Various amounts: Assorted tot and sizes: canned vegetables, fruits, Candies, tobacco, products, soups, light sundries, canned meat products, toilet articles, past ry items, dog food, flour, sugar, tea, mustard, coffee, shortening, jar caps and rings, seasonings and spices, corn meal, cake, and pan- on some ice in Wheeling and broke her pelvis. She has been hospitalized since then. Another couple has also been accompany- ~ng him via automobile on the rip. ' Dr. Martin said that while he some 45 years ago he had some experience in riding horses as a cavalarymen in World War I, he had not done any horse back rid- ing since then until several months before he started out on his long ride East. Dr. Martin (shown in the above picture ast- ride his horse) will appear on the program at the Baltimore Centen- nial program. Members of the Asbury Metho- dist Church have chartered a bus for Saturday, April 23 and go to Baltimore for the Saturday night program. The choir of the local church Will also with some 2,000 other choir members for the musical program that night. The meeting will be held in the Balti- I more Civic Center, cake mixes, mayonaise, soap pro- ducts, dried beans, noodles, apple About 200 people attended the butter, 50 cases of Sssorted pop, service of dedication for the re, approx, cartons beer, and all modeling and new addition at uther items in store at time of the Leetown Methodist Church levy too numerous to mention. Sunday, March 27. The money to W. W. WHI2"rINGTON provide the addition and the re. modeling program was provided Sheriff of Jefferson County \pril 7-2-t. Special music was provided by the church choir, which one of the numbers sung "Listen, He is Calling You," was written by the church organist, Mrs. Eugene Starliper. Miss Jessie Dunaway of Mar- tinsburg, was the only member of the family present. Following the program a social hour followed. Mrs. Howard Sagle poured punch and Mrs. James Watson served coffee from an attractive table set with crystal and silver. Mrs. Warren Collis and William Coyle were host esses. ThankS to all WhO helped to make the day a success, was ex- pressed by the offleel's itd mem- bers of the congregation. by the late Homer K. Dunaway, a native of LeetowrL Dr. Raymond L. Roderick, sup- erintendent of the Hagerstown Methodist District, was guest speaker. The Rev. Mr. Charles Reckley, minister of the Leetown, Middle- way and Summit Point charge, provided the dedication response and Mrs. Reckley wrote the his- tory Of the church which was in- eluded in the bulletin. She also announced the various memorial gifts. e ght weeks before going to Ger, , many. His new address is Pet. i Donald Dill0w, U. S. 5263922 , HQ Brty 2rid, BN 27th Arty. APe New York, N. Y, 09039. three areas and the hucttby each of three groups wiI1 be hem simultaneouslY: Eight prizes will be awarded in each age group to childzen finding specially colored and markec ggs. The prizes have been donated by peoples Bank and the Bank of-Charles Town. Local egg producers, Peoples Supply, and'Mr George Hough, have donat l the eggs to the Kiwanis Club for ihe hunt. Kiw- anis will cook and Color the eggs as part of their regular Wee Iy tneetingon Thursday evening. The KJwa tis Club xs hoping a ia ge partieipatation by the, chii dren of A ea. If ihe hunt proves popular, it may be added to the annual events sponsored by the Kiwanis Club for the youth of the communities, The hunt is under the general chairmanship of KiWanis Vice President Jack Akers Wifll the The KiWa iis Club of Charles Town is rnakin$ final plans for the firft Easter Egg. Hunt to be held hi C*bmfles Town-Ransen in a n tmber of years. The hunt will be held on Saturday, April 9 10:30 a. at the Charles ToWn American LegiOn Field and Will be divided into three age groups -- children 3-5, 6-8 and 9 and 10. The field Will be roped off iato ?vt. DonaM EHtlow New With Army In 6emany i*VT m)NALD DIILOW Pri ate Donald Dillow son of Mr. and Mrs Robert *bdioW of 319 North Lawrefice street, Cha- rles Town, left March 4 for Ger- many where he has been assigned duty with the U. S. Army. On entering the Army he received basic training at Fort Gordon Ga., then was sent to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, pecial trainin LOCALLY GROWN. FIRST QUALITY. IN FOIL WRAPPED POTS. SHOP AND COMPARE FOR LARGE BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS. OPEN AN A C ,O UNT NOW AT-- OPEN THUI S. - FRI. '* SAT. TILL 9 P. M.