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during irha HARDWARE WEEK 1961 OR ONE OF NEARLY 700 valuable merchandise prizes during irha Hardware Week--April 20-29 'RN I NG WARE PYREX" SPECIAL VALUE C27er 0nly S28. 1961 ' ' Reg. $3.95 IY-DUTY ROCKET LAWN RAKE ~ o.S 22 I \,",, SHEARS. super b;:tti;g ROCKET HAMMER Shocks Hardware Week Special... Regular $6.44 Soldering Gun Makes soldering a ~OD~ a10o6 Cinch. Heats in 5 seconds, spotlight and trigger control. Shatterproof hous- ing. Long life tip. No. A16 m. or K. C. Y. F. will meet at 6:30 P.M. Mrs. Margaret Banks, principal of the Elementary School reports that the Board of Education has completed the leveling of the play ground. The students plans to complete the cleaning of the school yard and plant flowers and shrubs. DOUBLE VALUE! Two highest quality Oxco products at special reductions for Hardware Week. OXCO Speedy-Clean@ WET MOP Earl Staubs in Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of ~n Mental Health Dri~ Bedington, W. Va. were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Walter The Charles Town Lions Club Cogle and family also visited with met Tuesday evening, April 11 the latters sisters Mrs. Elsie Cook at the Blue Grass Inn with Pres- and Mrs. Leone Everhart and ident Via presiding. Past Presi- their families, dent Stone inducted Harold Mc- Mrs. Leona Staubs has gone to Kee, Jr. into the club. Baltimore, Md. to spend some- Announcement was made in re time with her daughter a~d faro. gards to the charter night of the ily Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal. Martinsburg Club which will be Son's Birthday Party held April 25 at the Shenandoah Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Evephart Hotel. gave a party. Saturday evening in Lion Charles Smith asked that honor of their son Curtis 18th bir the club assist in the Bell Ring- thday. Refreshn~ents of cake, can ing Campaign of the Mental Heal dy, potato chips and keel aid, the Drive on April 22. cookies were served and Curtis re The Lions will hold their scrap AT FRONT DOOR OF COURT HOUSE, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. The undersigned will offer for sale to the higghest bidder the follow- ing described residential property: LOCATION--912 S. Samuel Street, Charles Town SIZE OF LOT - Approximately 123' Front by 325' Deep STEEL ceived many nice and useful gifts ~aper collection Tuesday evening, Two-Story Brick House. First floor consists of hrge living room (:hamber of Commerce those helping him celebrate were April. 18. All Lions are asked to with fireplace, dining room, study, kitchen, bath, sun.porch. Seomi tt:V Brooke Blaekford David Staubs, Paul Cogle, Ronald repor~ at the JAon J~uilding on Floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Full attic, full basement, thermostat- Executive Seeretar~v Hedgers, Marshall Longerbeam, North Street no later than six controlled furnace (steam heat), frame garage, paved driveway. Paul Wilson, Douglas Cook, Del- o cioc~. . ...... ----- mar Cogle, Lyle Cook, Larry Bus ~~ v---'-~'~--~-~, -- TERMS.--ONE- THIRD CASH, balance in 2 years seeurea Dy ueea , We have it on good authorit U 1 1 of Trust. that the George Washington Mas sard, Judy, Janice, Doris and Juanita Cogle, Ruby, Linda, Gary TO ALL PERS---~-S / THOMAS W. STEPTOE, onic Cave will be operating with Randall and Sandra Staubs, Paula I: in 60 days. ~ Anything that will Darlene, Danny Everhart, Mike INTERESTED: " B R I;~ keep ous visitors with us longer is Rodgers, Wanda Everhart, Mrs. Notice is hereby given that on l[ , RO E T M, STEPTOE, I of great value to us. The tourist Hazel Staubs, Mrs. Elsie Cook, or after the 29th day of April.]l A.. NT .... E#,,.... , ,~,, ~,,,~,, ! dollar means much to our econ- 'teddy Cook and the honored 1961, the undersigned will sell il ~,~, ~ ~-uz~ n ,~ ux ~vza~x ~uu ~x~rzu~ I, amy. guest. An enjoyable evening was and convey unto Grant Conway]| F'" ~""t V"%r--atio- or In.... *;'" U,IL .L' L~,IL l]t~JL J~&l J~ ill i,i ~AJ~ I~lv[i * * * * well spent, and Ione W. Conway for sixty-one ]I '.~ p...~,.~., ~] .. e,=,, An important all-day meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and hundred dollars ($6,100.00) that I I " "" ...... took place at the Senate Auditor- daughters of Baltimore, Md. were certain~and, with dwelling house / I' PAUL E. MILLER, JR., Auctioneer and Broker | ium in Washington on April 19th. Saturday raorning visito~ with nu am r zmprovemems tnereon, I I PHONE" 3028 SheDherdstown It was called by Sen.Robert Byrd the latters mother Mrs. Leona fronting 28 feet on the north side II " ..~_ ~.; '~," , ,~ u and the call was issued to Mayors, Staubs. " of Washington Street and fronting I I l~,-w nar4es \own , | CountYinessmen.Commissioners and t~us- Masters Tommy Staubs has re- also on Jefferson Street in Bolivar I I A,~ril 6 13 20-3t " " | This meeting was in response turned to his home with his par- Jefferson County, West Virginia/I ~" ' ' " ~ II "' which is described in deeds of re- to the many requests for informa- ORDER OF PUBLICATION cord in the office of the Clerk of[ . tion on the latest Federal .pro- the County Court of Jefferson ] gram far assistance to states, mun icipalities, counties and business Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed ] groups. The ,various agency repre County, West Virginia Book 28, Page 214; Deed Book 1, ] sentatives explained briefly the Dennis Morison Glaize, plaintiff Page 90; Deed Book 77, Page 65; forms of assistance that may be vs Civil Action No. 105 Deed Book 123, Page 540; and] secured and the procedure where Glandel M. Glaize, defendantDeed Book 136, Page 398; LESS by business groups and political , The object of this suit is to ob- AND EXCEPTING THEREFROM entities may ~lualify and~ake.~l~ Lain a divorce from the bonds of HOWEVER, the portion thereof~ plicatio~r f~ch a~sistance. " ma(rimony and:: for " custody ";oE ~ro~~,,. J.~fersom Street~ minor son, Dennis Christopher~ ~hicii ~iEc0nveyed unto Austin * * * * G~laize, and for general relief. B. Mater and wife by Cassandra The Jefferson County Commun ity Center Assn. will hold a To She above named Defendant C. Dittmeyer which deed is of re- Square Dance at the Bardane It appearing by affidavit filed cord in the said Clerk's Office in Community Center on Friday, in this action that Glandel M. Deed Book 192, Page 253; and re May 12th. Hours 9-12 P. M. with Glaize is a non-resident of the ference is made to all of said music by the Four Squares. Ad- State of West Virginia, it is here- deds for further description. mission 75c. Mark this date on by ordered that she serve upon AND BEING the same proper. your calendar. Lee Bushong, plaintiff's attorney, ty where Cassandra C. Dittmeyer . , . , . whose address is Charles Town, resided and which she devised, by, President Joe Staley reported W. Va. an answer on or before the FIFTH paragraph of her will to our Board on his visit to Blue- the 6th day of May, 1961. If you of record in said Clerk's Office, field with Gov. W. W. Barton. A fail to do so, judgement may be unto the undersigned for the use v*isitors Booth was dedicated at taken against you for the relief and benefit of Saint Peter's Rom- hat time and it seems now that demanded in the complaint, an-Catholic Church at Harpers we will have one within a year- Entered by Clerk of said Court Ferry, Jefferson County, West with state funds available. April 3, 1961. Virginia. W: M. JONES" THE MOST REVEREND CLEAN UP- PAINT UP -FIX UP Committee Friday evening, April 21st at 7:30 P. M. at the office of the Potomac Light & Power Co. in Charles Town. All organizat- ions are urged to have represen- tatives present. :l SCAB INJURY HAS BEEN ...and the ORTHOCIDE program has increased the number of U.S. Fancy grade from 20% in some varieties to 50% in others. The extra return from higher grading alone just about pays for the entire spray program." Apple grower Rewellien Mohr, ofoMohr Orchards, Fogelsville, Pennsylvania, knows what he's talking about. He started with an ORTHO program in 1954 and has won Grand Champion Awards for his apples at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. ORTHOCIDE (captan) SO Wettable effectively cOntrols major fungus diseases and improves the growth of fruit trees, resulting in thicker, healthier foliage and increased bud capacity. You get increased yields of higher grade fruit, with the fine finish and better keeping qualities that fetch top market prices. ORTHOCIOE, in an ORTHO Spray Program, can produce a consistently hiither net profit thin. is possible with any other fungicide. i W & Rewellien Mohr and ORTHO Fieldman Ernle Koch Inspect soma of the 110 acres of apple trees at Mohr Orchards. HirLPtNa THE ~AnDIILO GII@W ~ CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION ............ 133 King= Hi~awt~ E., IH~ddonflMd, I~J. BILL LONG Braddock Heights, Md. SK 3,7561 JIM BEAVER Winchester, Va. IJ ................... ..... L J ......... J J ~ .._t. J~ .... J _. JL. _ ~il O]JI [ _ .JL.. ~ ~..1 ___ ~.L ] ]. J [ I ~" L. There will be * of ~he April 6-3t- OP OF THE DIOCESE OF meeting Clerk of Court $OHN $. RUSSELL BISH- RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, PUBLIC SALE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, TRUSTEE Of House and Lots April 13-3T- in Hanson! N 0 T I C E ! Pursuant to the terms of a cer- TO: CHESTER THOMAS AND taln deed of trust made by Jim. THE UNKOWN HEIRS OF mie J. Mangrum and wife to the JAMES W. THOMAS. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Fun undersigned trustee dated August You will take notice that Cal- 12, 1958, recorded in the office of vin C. Manuel, the purchaser of Miss Gerald--~ne F~itts and Mr. the Clerk of the County Court of the following real estate, Lots 1 and Mrs. Marshall Fritts of Rich- Jefferson County, West Virginia, and 2, described as "Beginning at mend, Va. spent the weekend in Deed Book 226, page 324, the the intersection of the Northern with the formers parents Mr. and undersigned will offer for sale at Line of Avis Alley with the East Mrs. Kenneth Fritts and family, public auction in front of the ern line of West Street (1)then- Mr. and Mrs. St~filey Dunn and Court House in Charles Town, ce with said line of West Street son Keenan, Mr. Joe Ware and West Virginia, on N-17 40' W 65 ft. to the end of a Charles Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961, AT Hedge (2) thence with Hedge neth Fritts and son Bill and Doug 10:30 O'CLOCK A. 1~. and fence line N.73.50 ' E 114 ft. Ins Winkler attended the parents All those two certain parcels of to a Post (3)),thence with Robe- sons banquet of the F. F. A. Thur real estate with the improve- son lot S-170-40 W 62 ft. to a Post sday night. ~ ments there on and appurtenan- (4) in Northern line of Avis AI- Miss Kenna Fritts spent Satur ces thereunto belonging, situated ,Icy thence with same S-72"-20' W day in Keyser where she attended in the ToWn of Raw,m, Jefferson 114 ft. to the beginning", located the F. H. A. Regional meeting.County, West Virginia, designat, in Charles Town Corporation, Entertained At Dinner ed and described on plat of the which was returned delinquent in Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Collis enter- lands of the C. M. M. and I. Cam- the name of James W. Thomas tained at dinner Sunday, April 9 puny, recorded in the office of and was sold by the Sheriff of in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles the Clerk of said court in Deed Jefferson County, at the sale for Sisk 40th wedding anniversary. Book X, page 1, as Lots Nos. 38 dettnqaent taxes made an the Those present were Mr. and Mrs. and 39, in Block 9L said lots front 14th day of December, 1959, has Sisk, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sisk ing on Fourth Avenue in said requested that you be notified and daughters Doris and Debbie town a distance of 4~ feet; said that ~ deed for such real estate M~s. Sam Rouzee, Mr. and Mrs. Lot 38 fronting thereon 21 feet will be made to him on or after Jay Rouzee and daughters from and said Lot39 fronting thereon the first day of June, 1961, as pro R~. S2.50 .J~eg. $5.49 * For accurate long- Levels, W. Va. 25 feet, avid both extending back v~tded by law, unless before that S2~ Sale pricedistance measurir~ ' $41,.,,,,9" Easy'reading white The Leetwn ' Farm Wmens therefrm f equal Width a dis" day YaH redeem such real estate" $ Clad line Club will serve supper to the Lee Lance of 1~ feel ~ The amount you will have to pay zs,, ~enter markl,gs town Ruritaa Club Wednesday This property has f~rnace, to redeem on the last day, May FootmarkingsinREO night, April 26at the Methodist baths, and is comprised of two thirtyflrst, will be as follows: Church. rented apartments at the present Amount paid sheriff at sale, Mrs. Charles Willis, Mrs. Clar- time. with interest to May 31st $21.01. ence Long and daughters Joy and TERMS OF SALE: One,third Amount of taxes paid on the ~:~:;:~:~;~ ~,~ Kristi drove to Bel Air, Md. Eas- cash on day of sal~, balance in property, since the sale, with in- ter Sunday and spent the night tWO equal installments, evidenced terest to May 31st $33.39. with Mr. and Mrs. George Harri- by the notes of the purchaser Amount paid for survey and son returning home on Monday. bearing even date with day of report $12.00. The Aid Society will meet at sale, payable on or before one Amount paid for preparation the home of Mrs. VictOr Blue Fri and two years after date respec- of list of those to be served and day night, April 28, Mrs. Kenneth Lively, bearing interest from date for preparation and service of the OXq~ O Fritts will" have the lesson,at six percent per annum payable notice $26.60. Ranch House Preaching Service semi-annually, secured by deed Total $93.00 Outdoor Broom Regular preaching serv{ce Sun- of trust on the property sold, and You may redeem at any time day.m0rning, April 23 in the Lee. assignment of fire insurance in a before May thirty-first by paying town Methodist ChurCh by the re~iSonable amount upon the the above total less any unearned pastor Hey. Samuel Butcher at buildings thereon, if any, with interest. .... 9:45. Sunday Schol at 10:45. thd privilege to the purchaser of Given under my hand this 7th Mr. and Mrs, Alton. Grove ahd pa~ all cash on day of sale or da~ of April, 1961. Miss Elizabeth Grove attended increasing the cash payment as Emily A. M. Stanley the MaSonic .liaaquet ~t Commun he Inay deSL~E BU~HON~, JR.l Clerk i. Of the County Court .... - CHARLES TOwN, w. VA. ityCente~:FrlasYni~l~.-~ ..... " o -Seffersen County, State Mr. and Mrs. Roy Furr of Hag- Trustee of West Virginia.