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Charles Town, West Virginia
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PON t NICODEMUS .--... J. L. Chapman dinner on March fir daughter 52rid Roy B. Harris of Other guests were,~ son Carol and E. Roberts Beatty from Va. visited with Paul D. Chapman Y of last week. Mr. t his way to Clag- -~ Center in Mary- on Saturday. Mr. om Thursday until the Chapmans. Paul D. Chapman club Saturday Cu,:,t mclud, 4 Carl and rand ,n Car- char cwo 2.00: tcc]: ewr Mrs. Robert Light, Mr. and Mrs. son of Raphine, Va. spent Satur- per head up to 10.30; Woodrow Adams, Mr. and Mrs. clay night with their sob and dau Good butcher hogs 18.00 to ]8.- Warren LaRue, Mr. and Mrs. llay gt|ter-in-law Mr. anti Mrs. Roy B. 70; medium butcher hogs 17.25 wai~d Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. llarris Jr. anti falnily of Charles to 1800; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 James Grantham. l'own. The ttarris also visited to 18.00; butcher sows 13.00 to 16. Elizabeth Smith Birthday with Mr. ,lee g. llarris and family 00; heavy feeders and light butch 'near tlippon, er hogs 17.00 to 20.00; shoals per Mr. and Mz's. Robert R. Smith Miss Lucille Smith from Berry- hundred 28.00 down; pigs per J'r. entertained a picnic lunch at vilh, Va. is spending this week as head 15.50 down; heavy boars 10.- their home "Silver Spring" in guest of her brother-in-law and sis 50 to 11.00; stags none; sows and honor of their daughters 11th bir- ter Mr. and Mrs. ,John R. Castle- pigs up to 100.00; stock boars thday. Elizabeth R. Smith had as man at their home Blacksburg, up to 16.00. her guest her class mates and Va. Miss Smith was accompanied Miscellaneous Sales start ll:O0 friends. After her picnic lunch by her cousins Misses Elizabeth A. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. she played games and in the after M. Smith of Charles ~own, Vir- each Monday. noon attended the movie at the ginia and Katherine Page of Ber- Capital Theater "One Hundred ryville, Va. Powhatan Garden Club and One Dahnations". Rippon Grocery Miss Elizabeth R. Smith was to Grand opening of "Rippon Groc lunch on Sunday at the home of cry" on Monday this past week, her class mate at which she was a Discusses Daff0dH~ the store operated by Mr. Albert guest of Lucy Byrd of Berryville. In the afternoon attended the Lin The Powhatan Garden Club Nicodemus from Boyce, Va. ten Box Presentation Services of met at the home of Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Harris and Virginia Convocation diocese at Nell on Seminary Street, Monday Discontinuing Farming and Dairying and will sell of my farm known as "The DeGarmendia Route 15 about 2 miles East of Point of Rocks South of Frederick, in Frederick County, Mary- , APRIL 27, 1961 AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) TO - WIT: HEAD REGISTERED & GRADE HOLSTEINS 70 are Milk Cows of which 35 are Registered or a~ad l0 are Grades. Twenty have fre~ened in days, balance full flow of milk. Heifers from 16 months up to 2-years old and are bred for fall freshening. Balance ready to now and fall. Heifers, balance young heifers and calves. of the cows are Canadian breeding and grand- of Marksman and Sovereign. There is also Car- Candy and Rag Apple breeding. Top sires used in breeding in this herd. Many of the bred and eligible for registry. Herd is Accredited and another test will be run so that cattle can go out of state. PARM MACHINERY, ETC. Model 300 Farmall Tractor on good Model M Farmail on good rub- Tractor with scraper; Ferguson mower, 12" McCormick-Dcering PTO Field Chopper md grass heads; Fox Silo Blower and pipes; New 77 Baler, Ferguson side delivery hay rake, 2 row corn planter with fertilizer attachments John Deer 15 disc rubber tire grain drill; manure spreader; 32 disc harrow, springtooth ~row cultivator, John Deere 14" plows; McC.-Deer- l~l~ter, 2 wheel trailer wagon, lime spreader. McC.- spreader, manure loader forM tractor; McC.- mower, 2 low down rubber tire wagons with Smoker grain a~ad bale elevator, small tools. ~IC [~ TON PICK-UP TRUCK. 1[~ TON TRUCK with Flat Bed. Farms Items not listed.(Milking Parlor Dairy Will be sold with farm.) I:~-CASH On Day of Sale. Not Responsible for MRS. MERRITT LOCKWOOD PHONE TR-emont 4-2340 R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. REMSBERG, Pedigrees. &LEXANDER, Clerk. Llh'lch By Ladies of Forest Grove Church. Q the Estate of the 'late Annie Virginia Sites, I :the" Following Personal Property. located at 208 ;treet, Charles Town, W. Va., on , MAY 13, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S. T.) GOODS, ETC. in excellent condition; G. E. Stove a~d Re- Universal Washing Machine, 2 Old Walnut Beds, Bed,, springs and mattresses; Oak Bed, Dres- Wash Sta~d; Antique Cherry Chest of Drawers. 2 Oak Stands, Oak Rocking Chair, Hall with Mirror; Morris Chair, Wing Chair, Chairs, Sectional Book Case, Towel Rack, Five 2 Children's Chairs, High Chair, 10 Straight Old Cradle, Stool, Console Radio (good condi- Table, Antique Hand Painted Tray, Kitchen ~inc and Wooden Tubs, Commode Chair, Universal Bissells Carpet Sweeper, 2 Ferneries, Old Screens, 1if, 6, and 5 feet; Adjustable Elec- Finn; Electric Heater, Sunbeam Mix-Master, 2 Quilting Frames, Window "Screens, Howell of Jefferson County; Clocks, Lot of Pictures and Oil Painting, Large and Small Lamps, Wash Pitcher; Bed Pan, Basins, Gladstone Bag, Suit Stretchers, Ironing Board, Thermos Jug, 9 x itug, 9x12 Linoleum Rug, Miscellaneous Rugs, ~nade; Pillows, Bed Clothing including some Old Bed, Curtains, Dishes, Old and New; Ironstone Utensils, G. E. Toaaster, Grill and Waffle of Bottles, Jars and Crocks; Lot of Old Buttons. and Many Other Articles that are too num- tnentlon. SH. Nothing to. be removed until settled for. JAMES D. SITES ADMINISTRATOR. THAItPE, Auctioneer. ........... ~IOORE, Clerk. I~rivllege Reserved--Ladies of Grace Episcopal }41ldleway, W. Va. time and place and on same terms, I will Household Equipment: Chippendale Dining Suite; 88 Piece Set of Moss Rose Tea Set, Single Walnut Bed, Mahogany Beu, Springs and Mattress; TWo Mirrors; 1 Occasional Chair, Platform Rocker, Bottom Chairs, 1 Wicker Porch Rocker, Long l~lrror, Bridge Lamps, Manning-Bowman Electric Cake Plate with cover; Miscellaneous Dishes, ~d Flower Receptacles; 9 x 12 Fibre Rug, Mlscel- Wool and Fibre Rugs; Pair of Spring Scales, lgox, Lamp Shades, Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Bed, Hoover Sweeper with attachments" Curtains, Bed Clothes, Table Linen, Kitchen Table, Electric Heater. J. C. ROBERTS " St. Trinity Church, Upperville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. tiarris, grandson Ray was Sunday caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Rowland on the Burwell Ware farm in Myerstown. A lamp workshop of the Rippon Farm Womens Club was conduc- ted at the Presidents home Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus this past Tues- day. Those making lamps were Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Mrs. Woodrow Adams, Mrs. Michael Rice and Mrs. Warren LaRue. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and sons Robin and Richard of Berryville, Va. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Tuesday of last week. Miss Louisa B. Smith of Wash- ington, D. C. was weekend guest at the home of her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Jr. Little Darlene Magaha spent Wednesday night with her cousin Martha Adams while her parents Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha at- tended a business meeting in Ha- gerstown. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Harris i and family visited Mrs. Harris mother Mrs. Virgie Ritter of Berryville, Va. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Christian from Atlantic City, N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reultinger Jr. dau ghter Lynn and Ruth from Ken- sington, Md. were weekend "guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert R. Smith Jr. Church Announcements The Rev. Temple Wheeler will conduct the morning worship ser vice Sunday, April 23 at 9:30 at St. John's Episcopal Church of Rippon. Sunday School will fol- low at 10:30. Ruth Rogers Smith ,of ~;tuart Hall, Staunton, Va. will spend this weekend at her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. Mrs. Earl Fuller from Singa- bora and Miss Mary. Magaha shop pect Wiz chester, ya. on Mon- day afternoon. ,-.: Mrs. Charles Adams was unable to attend a birthday party for Millie Kackley's 8th birthday which was given by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Johfiny Kackley of Berryville on Monday night be- cause of sickness in family. Farm Womens Club Meets Leading the lesson "Let's Ex- tend West Virginia Hospitality" Miss Pauline Heflebower stated that advertising, then treating :the tourist nicely, encourage our i local residents to learn more a- bout their home county were two important facts that were stress- ed before a meeting of Rippon Farm Womens Club, April 6 at home of Mrs. Hermon Spears of Charles Town. Mrs. Paul Chapman led the De- votions followed by the introduc- i tion of a guest Mrs. M. Nichols. A new member, Mrs. Ray Conrad was enrolled. Clean up days for the commun ity center were announced for April 14-15 and the club voted to buy a sing for the community cen ter as their project. Meeting May 4 A May 4 meeting will be at 7:30 p. m. tEST) at Mrs. Joseph Cep- elka's residence Jefferson Aven- ue Charles Town. Following recreation refresh- ments were served by Mesdames Spears and Raymond Myers. April 3. The program for the evening was the discussion of "Present Ar rangements of fresh Daffodils" made by the members of the club Also was discussed the Daffodil Show to be held at the "War Mere orial Building" at Shepherdstown on April 15 and April, 16 and the House and Garden Tour April 22 and April 23. Mrs. William Perks a new mem ber was welcomed to the club. After business meeting and dis- cussion delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town, Monday, April 17, 1961. Receipts of cattle, calves and hogs moderate with a good de- mand for all classes on sale. Feature of sale was prime veal top 36.50; few No. 1 hogs top $18.- 70, cows strong. Choice butcher steers none; god butcher steers 21.00 to 23.00; plain to medium steers 16.00 to 20.50; choice butcher heifers none good butcher heifers 20.00 to 22.- 00; plain to medium heifers 14.00 to 18.00; good bulls 19.00 to 21.00; plain to medium bulls 16.00 to 18.00; commercial cows 17.50 to 18.00; utility cows 16.50 to 17.50; canners and cutters 16.50 down; cows by the head up to 240.00; stocker and feeder steers up to 27.50; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 135.00; Choice to prime calves 33.00 to 36.50; good butcher calves 30.00 to 33.00; medium butcher calves 26.00 to 30.00; thin calves 25.00 down; heavy calves 20.00 to 28.00; Lambs ungraded springer 25.- 60; lambs wooled up to 18.50; but Gardening On Budget I f'erry, Mrs. W. P. C. PerzT Jr. anti I 'r141TIt l Mrs. 1I. S. Clopper Jr. and receiv-[ APRIL 20. 1961 ' 3--B Discussed At Dolly ed 97 points. For her arrangement for an [family n(ar , .ummit Point. , I ' Mrs. Mary Ott of Charles Town Easter breakfast table Mrs. Bob~ Mrs. Ctmrles Oft antt soils v, ere [was Sunday guest of her daugh- Madison Club Meeting McCabe received a yellow ribbon. [Sunday visitors of her mother [ter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Itorticultural specimens receiv-]Mrs, Ellis ,lohnson at Millville. ]Forrest ttostl~r and family, The Dolly Madison Garden ing ribbons were: [ ._ _., .... Club met for its April meeting at Daffodils- Mrs. Richardttart, | ,, .... , ,, ~, ~,,,,~,~,,,~,,~,,~,,,~,~, ,, the home of Mrs. tt. S. Clopper Blue Forsythia. Jr. with Mrs. William C. Perry Jr. Mrs. Roger Perry, Blue; Mrs. as co-hostess. Richard Stein, yellow. ECOND A letter was read from Mrs. Leo Kisner thanking the Dolly Madison Garden Club for its con tribution to the Wright Denny School Cafeteria Fund. By Mrs. Pauline Ott FEATURING THIS WEEK NEW 17 2'he project committee chair- " ----- JEWEL NAME WATCHES--- man, Mrs. Richard Hart, reported Brenda and role Broogman BRAND that shrubbery would be planted spent the ~eekend,* at Shenandoah MEN"S AND LADIES. along the side of the High School Junction with their father Mr. building in the near future. [J'ohnny Brookman and grandpar- AT THE LOW PRICE OF ONLY $19.9 Members agreed to take brooms eats Mr. and Mrs. Anne Brook- and to participate in the parade man. May 5 which is in conjunctioni Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo and DIAMOND RINGS FROM $29.9G with the Clean up-Fix up-Paint- sons of Burke, Va. were recent up campaign, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Plans for the Itouse and Gar- Turner and family. den Tour to be held April 22-23 Miss Inez Turner who is em- were discussed. "The Hill" home ployed in Washington, D. C. spent of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. C. Perry the weekend with her parents Mr. is being sponsored by the Dolly and Mrs. Guilford Turner and ~Madison Garden Club. family. The program for the evening Miss Emma Jane Johnson of was a most interesting talk "Gar Millville was Monday visitor of dening on a Budget" given by, Mr. and Mrs, Forrest Hostler and Mrs. J'ames M. Mason, III. I family. Flower Show Practice "Dimes-I Miss Nancy Wiley spent the torana", an arrangement using a'wekend with her grandparents branch and artificial plant mater- Mr. and Mrs. George Costello and TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. ALSO 20% TO 50% OFF ON ALL NAME BRAND JEWELRY. Shop Now While Prices Are LOW! ILL . FEAGANS WATCH REPAIR AND JEWELRY CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA Home of Belier Values FREE BALLOONS FOR ALL THE KIDDIES WIDE, WONDERFUL CHOICE! MISSES' JAMAICA SHORTS Cotton tapestry stripes, cable weaves lustrous sheen gabardines! 10-18. SIZES 1-4 BOYS', GIRLS' SEERSUCKER PLAY SHORTS Easy-on all-around elastic waistbands. Red, green, gray or turquoise. No-iron. II LADLES NYLON GLOVES Ass't. Styles and Patterns. REGULAR $2.00 SALE 3-6X GIRLS' COTTON KNIT PLAY SHIRTS Boat, sweetheart or V necks; ool sleeve- less styles. White, novelty knits. No-ironl BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeves- Wash and Wear. Sizes 2- 7 & 6- 18. Compare at much more. SALE MEN'S DACRON AND RAYON DRESS PANTS Tropical Weaves - Sizes 29- 42. Regular $7.99. SALE LADIFS SEAMLESS HOSE Sizes 8Vz to ll---Reigning Beauty. Regular $1.00 -- SALE DISHCLOTHS Regular 5 for $1.00. SALE 5 Cloths For ........... 50 CLOTHES PINS PLUS GLIDE-ALONG BAG Snag-resistant! 7.coil hardwood pMs. Work.saving muslin bag stays open. Usually 1.00 MEN'S PLISSE PAJAMAS Arehdale Values.-Sizes Regular $2.99 A-B-C-D SALE CHARLES 'SHOPPING TOWN'S CENTER DEPT ,STORE STORE HOURS: FRIDAY - - - 9 to 9 SATURDAY - -9 to 6