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April 13, 1961

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SCOUT TROOP TO HAVE t merly occupied by the J. C. Pen- ' i RUMMAGE ISALE APRIL 14, 15 I ney store. ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF Girl Scout 16 will hold I! In Russia theVh- ve a TV in A M a rummage sale Friday and Satur [every hotel room--only it watches #'1 I1 day, April 14, 15 in the room for|you. By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 .... I ..... I RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA MATtNEES:--FRL, SAT., SUN. ONLY 2:00 P. M. NIGHTS:--0NE (1) SHOW ONLY--7:30 P. M. CHILDREN 50c -- ADULTS $1.25 to a birthday party Sunday after Funeral services were held at .SPIRIT OF ~noon honoring her daughter Ka- St. Benedict s Roman Catholic 2--- A therine on her third natal anni- Church in Richmond on Thursday versary. Despite the rain the fol- morning at 10:30 followed by lowing children enjoyed the oc- graveside services, at Edgehill casion: Johnny Sowers, Porgie Cemetery in Charles Town, W. Nelson, Sherry and Dale Burdick Va. STARTS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12th. FOR ELEVEN (11) DAYS WIIIjAMViINNL OF 11 ACADEMY AWARDS including "BEST PICTURE"! WORLD'S GREA ENTERTAINMENT! WYLER'S !:ix, =iili ii: i:!il Mary Ann, Joyce, Ellen and Sus- ' ~ an Mercer, Sonny and Sue Ellen Rummage Sale April 21-22 grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Bush, Chubby, Debby and Pat A reminder: The Kabletown ert Sowers. On Thursday night Seal, Larry, Linda, and Joan W. S. C. S. Rummage Sale will be Mrs. Nelson White acompanied Rouss, Brenda White and Diane held April 21-22 in the formers by Mrs. C. D. Mercer visited with Rissler. Adults attending the par Salect Bakery Display Building, Charles Town. Regular evening worship set- Mrs. Sowers at the hospital. On Thursday Ronny Sowers, a senior in the Charles Town High School accompanied other mem- bers of the first and second year Spanish classes with their teach- er Mrs. Jean Marie Shipley and a number of pupils mothers to Washington where they enjoyed the day primarily visiting the Spanish Embassy and other inter- esting places. On Friday Joseph Cloud and Mike Sager Juniors a- long with other members of the French Classes of the same school spent the day in Washington. The W. S. C. S. met last Wed- nesday night with Mrs. Lewis Car roll Sr. of Rippon. In May Mrs. C. D. Boyer will be hostess. Mrs. Joseph Mercer returned to her home Saturday night after an extended visit with her son Clifton and family of Mechanics- burg, Pa. She returned to her home with her son and family l who spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. Kidwell of Martins- burg. Visitors Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood were her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Mervil Rowland, Gerrardstown; aIARITON HI N' JACK HAWIGNS HAYAHARAREEI" . STEPHEN BOYD GRIFFITH ' MARTHA SCOTT .... CAIIff O'DONNELL" SAM JAFFI . J, son, Johnny and Nancy. Johnny II . I Ill I stayed several days with his vice will be conducted Sunday, April 16th at 7:30 by Rev. S. F. Butcher Pastor. An old landmark has yielded to Father Time. A large horse Chest nut tree on the lawn of the Rod- erick home was removed last week by Mervin Roderick and his tenant, Elmer Getts. Years ago the scion along with the one planted on the Kable home lawn which still stands was brought by i the late Mrs. Charles H. Kable '~ from the Antietam Battle Ground '.Mrs. Kable formerly Miss Mar- garet Schamel lived at St. James Md. before coming to Kabletown as the bride of the late Mr. Char- les H. Kable. Mervin has replac- ed the decayed horse Chestnut tree with a 20 ft. beechnut tree. He is also in the process of repair ing the front porch. Parents of Daughter- Nancy Brok is the name given to a 6 lb. 6 oz. baby girl born Tuesday, April 4th to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sowers Gaines, Va. in the Winchester Memorial Hospi- tal. The family now consists of a Charles Town, West Va. their daughter Mrs. Saralon Sut- ler of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. George Frye, Virginia Lee, Alice and Tabby of Charles Town. Mrs. Joshua Clipp returned to her home after several days visit with her daughter Mrs. Arthur Bush and with Mrs. Eleanor Bush of Charles Town. The latter and son Stevie were visitors Sunday afternon with Mr. and Mrs. How ard O. Bush. On Saturday Mr. H. 0. Bush and Ehner Pipes attended the Livestock Sale in Front Royal, Va. where Trigger, the pony be- longing to Bob Bush was sold in the ring. Melvin S. Rissler also attended the sale where he bought a saddle blanket, bridle and hal- ter for his daughters Diane pony. ty were her paternal grandmo- ther Mrs. W. N. White, Mrs. Billy White of Berryville, Mr. Robert White, Mr. Bobby Sowers of Grim es, Va. Miss Barbara Tillett of Charles Town and Ronny Sowers and Mr. Nelson White. Burwell Ware has been very uncomfortable due to eye troub- le. Following consultation with two eye specialists and the fam- ily physician, subsequent treat- ments seem to have relieved the condition. Glasses are also on the agenda. Mr. John E. Demory, Superin- tendent of the local Sunday School presented twenty nine cross and crown attendance a- wards to the following: First year pens to Mrs. C. D. Mercer and Sharon Ann Burdick; second year wreaths to Frank O. Howell Jr. Shirley Howell and Vickie Pen- well; third year bars to Melvin S. Rissler, Beverley, Bruce, Terry Carroll, Mrs. Lewis Carroll, Jr., Patricia Seal, Marie Penwell, Vic kie and Carol Jean Howell; four- th year bars to Peggy White; fif th year bars to Mary Ann, Joyce Ellen and Susan Mercer and Deb Please put scrap paper and magazines on the side- walk and turn on your porch light. If your paper is not collected by 8:30 please phone People's Supply at 17 before 9:00 o'clock and someone will be back to col- lect your paper. THANK YOU! bie Seal; seventh year bars to Larry, Linda and Joan Rouss; Eighth year bars to Diane Rissler Edward Seal, George Nelson; nin th year bars to Sue Ellen Bush; thirteenth year bar to Howard B. Bush and the nineteenth year bar to Mr. Howard O. Bush. Mrs. Edith Hunter returned to her home in Leesburg, Va. after visiting her daughter Mrs. Homer Newcomb for a week. Clarence Smallwood accompan- ied John Demory, Ed Chrisman, Charles Mason, Ranny Roderick and Jimmy Hammond on Monday to attend the opening game of ton, Kentucky. baseball in Washington between, Mrs. King had been employed the Washington Senators and as a secretary in the Treasurer's MRS. LOUISE ROWLAND KING Mrs. Louise Rowland King, age 36, died in St. Lukes Hospital, Richmond, Va. Tuesday night af- ter an illness of a year." Mrs. King was the daughter of Mrs. Clifford T. Rowland and the late Mr. Rowland of Summit Point, W. Va. In addition to her husband, T. W. King, Jr. she is survived by three children: David, Mary and John, her mother Mrs. Clifford T. Rowland, a sister, Mrs. Donald Glassford of Summit Point and a brother David Rowland of Lexing Chicago White Sox. Office of the City of Richmond Mrs. Nelson White entertained for the past fourteen years. Two Excited Young Ladies Prepare For South Carolina Trip Two excited young ladies dis- cuss the age-old problem of wom- en, "What Will We Wear" as they begin packing preparations for their trip to Charleston, S. C. Kay Staubs, (left) was named the winner of Harpers Ferry Enter- Frises "Name-The-Exhibit" con- contest. She submitted the name of "Civil War Showcase." She chose as her travel companion a school mate, Thelma Kidwiler, right, who is equally excited. The Harpers Ferry High School Jun- iors have lots of continued excite- ment planned for them in their three day flight with V. I. P. treat ment as they view "The Re-Enact- ment of the Firing on Ft. Sumter. CORRECTION Mrs. Helen Glenn, Clerk of the Jefferson County Selective Ser- vice Board, said Tuesday that it was inadvertently incorrectly an- nounced last week that the Board had not been able to locate John Mason Watson, Jr. of Shepherds- town. It was stated that a draft classification had ben sent out to Watson and that it had been re- turned to the office for a better address. Mrs. Glenn said Watson had contacted the office shortly after his name was published last week and that his current address is the same as the one which the Draft Board office has on file. Mrs. Glenn said she re- grets this mistake. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, USE THE CLASSIFIEDS @ Advertise In The To settle the Estate of the late Annie will sell the Following Personal Property. West Congress Street, Charles Town, W. Va., SATURDAY, MAY 13, BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Shaw Piano, in excellent condition; G. E. Stov~ frigerator, Universal Washing Machine, 2 Old Single W~nut Bed, springs and mattresses; Oak ser and Wash Stand; Antique Cherry Chest Large Oak Buffet, 2 Oak Stands, Oak Rocking Tree, Hat Rack with Mirror; Morris Chair, 2 Occasional Chairs, Sectional Book Case, Towel Porch Chairs, 2 Children's Chairs, High Chair, Chairs, Very Old Cradle, Stool, Console Radio tion); Coffee Table, Antique Hand Painted Pie Safe, Zinc and Wooden Tubs, Commode Ch~i~, Electric Sweeper, Bissells Carpet Sweeper, 2 Bench, 3 Porch Screens, 10, 6, and 5 feet; tric Window Fan; Electric Heater, Sunbeam Electric Irons, Quilting ,Frames, Window Brown Map of Jefferson County; Clocks, Lot of Picture Frames; Oil Painting, Large and Small Bowl and Pitcher; Bed Pan, Basins, Gladstone Cases, Curtain Stretchers, Ironing Board, 12 Olson Rug, 9x12 Linoleum Rug, some hand made; Pillows, Bed Clothing includingI Quilts; Feather Bed, Curtains, Dishes, Old and NeW; China, Kitchen Utensils, G. E. Toaaster, Grill Iron; Lot of Bottles, Jars and Crocks; Lot of Garden Tools, and Many Other Articles that ~re! erous to mention. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until JAMES D. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. Lunch Privilege Reserved--I.~dies of Grace Church, Middlewa, W. Va. At the same time and l#la~e and on same sell the Following Household Equipment: Mahogany Chippendale Dining Suite; 88 Noritake China; Moss Rose Tea Set, Single Three-Quarter Mahogany Beu, Springs and Dressers with Mirrors; 1 Occasional Chair, 2 Old Wicker Bottom Chairs, 1 Wicker Porch Plate Glass Mirror, Bridge Lamps, Percolator, Cake Plate with cover; Jardiniers and Flower Receptacles; 9 x 12 Fibre laneous Small Wool and Fibre Rugs; Pair of Shirt Waist Box, Lamp Shades, Mahogany Chest Mirror, Mahogany Bed, Hoover Sweeper with Old Trunks, Curtains, Bed Clothes, Table Utensils, Side Table, Electric Heater. J. C. April 13 - 5t. @ C T U A L SlZ @ i.. ~' .