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OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF KAB ETOWN Clarence Smallwood i i~rom Sale at this home. Phone 20-F-024 Buhrman went to John Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Sam- partment. Mrs. A. D. Peters led ttospital in Baltimore for a check mons and children of Washington the group in singing some old up last Thursday. have been visiting her parents familiar pieces after which delic- The Women of the Kearneys- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. ious refreshments were served. ville Presbyterian Church were Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer~ hosts to the District V Workshop of Washington and Mrs. Robert John A. Purcell, Jr., With of the Virginia Regional. Those at Cross Jr. have been visiting Mr. Seaboard Railroad Company tending from the host church in- and Mrs. Robert Cross. eluded Miss Ruth Miller, Mesdam- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fraley of es Kathleen Miller, Dorcis Zinn, Shenandoah, Va. visited his dau- John A. Purcell, Jr., formerly ladies of the W. S. C.S. Mrs. Joseph Mercer has had Gilbert Creamer, William Con- ghter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the rummage sale the spouting repaired on her stant, Ercel Boyd, Laird Marshall Leo Anderson Sunday. and Saturday report- home. Damage was done this win and Paxton Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. William Dean of a sum of approximately ter due to the heavy snows. Mrs. Norman Whetzel spent Martinsburg visited relatives here realized. They wish Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers, the weekend recently with her Sunday. those who contributed Miss Barbara Tillett of Charles sister Miss Margaret Zombro at Miss Agnes Fenton of Balti- the project. Town the formers son Ronny ..Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Paul more, Md. is visiting her sister D. Boyer will be hostess were visitors Sunday with the me Benoit of Landover Hills, Md. Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. S. C. S. on Wednesday formers son Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3rd at her home Shan Sowers and family of Grimes, Va. I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes and Church Memor- family moved the past weekend has received gifts in me from the apartment over the Lan C. Bush on the an- gdon storeroom to the dwelling his birthday from his on Bethany Farm owned by Mrs. Eleanor Bush, son Ste- Charles R. Langdon. ~ parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mervin Roaerick assisted by 0. Bush and family and Windell Shreck is giving his grandmother Mrs. Josh- S. Ware, office assist- Dr. John L. Van Metre, Town is on a vacation at Woodbyrne Farm. Mercer spent Wed With Mrs. Marshall Frye Town. Mrs. Walter Burdick children moved last the Drew Farm where resided for the past to Congress Street, in a part of the dou belonging to the Tab- of Shenandoah Jun- Clendening and fam- from the Tabscott Street, Charles the dwelling on Avon Farm which was re- by Mrs. Eleanor I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry Clipp. Mr. Kemp Ill At this writing Mr. James B. Kemp is critically ill in the Char- les Town General Hospital where he has been a patient for several weeks. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hill visited Dr. and Mrs. David V. Strider at Charlottesville, Va. last Wednes- day. Davy and Jeff Strider re- turned with the Hill's to spend the remainder of the week with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulk and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strider of Charles Town. Mesdames George Cox, Quanita Anderson and Norman Whetzel attended the P. T. A. Regional meeting held at the Shenandoah IIotel last Thursday. Their re- ports will be heard at the month- ly meeting, May 9 at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Walter Wilt has returned to her home after speuding the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Brown at Shepherdstown. Mrs. Evelyn Payne of Martins- burg visited Mrs. John Dick Sun- day afternoon. Miss Sandra Frith of Baltimore, Md. viisted her parents Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Frith last weekend. Miss Kay Buhrman accompan- ied by her mother Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and .daughter Pam visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt at Bolivar on Saturday. They attended the enac ting of the burning of the Arsen- al at Harpers Ferry. Mr. Norman Whetzel and son George visited Mr. Whetzers mo- ther Mrs. Alice Whetzel at Stras burg, Va. on Sunday. The Evergreen 4-H Club will hold its' monthly meeting ~ay 1 at 7:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian Church. At Grace E. & R. Church regul- ar worship services will be held at 9:30 a. m. Sunday with S. S. at 10:30 a. m. The consistory will meet May 3 at the church. Miss Nancy Welsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welsh re- turned to school Monday after being confined to her home be- cause of illness. Mrs. L. V. Stuckey JY. was dis- charged from King Daughters Hospital on Sunday where sh( had been a patient for several days. SHENANDOAH JU TI By Miss Lillian Myers Special Services Closed The evangelistic services which were conducted in Grace Baptist for 10 days closed last Wednes day. The ReD. Morris Cather pas tor of the Gore, Va. Baptist Chur ch was guest speaker for these services and brought beautiful and inspiring messages. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley of Baltimore spent the weekend with her sister and, brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Lil ly Yager in Stanley, Va. Mr. and Mrs. David Payne an daughter Deborah Kay spent th, weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Payne in Harrison- burg, Pa. Foster of Linie Kiln, assistant are shearing the H. W. Dick Com has completed the shear Several flocks ni the Shep- District and in the will go to the Baum- r Farm near Hallto~vn. Mrs. Clarence Small- dinner guests Sunday and Mrs. T. C. Kitchen They had previously at School and wor- in the Charles Town Church where Mrs. Smalwood of Martins the adult Sunday She with her hus- Mr. and Mrs. also of Martins- and Mrs. J. T. Kitchen Son and thei~ uncle Mr. Were also dinner guests OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS, HEIFERS, MACHINERY AND DAIRY EQUIPMENT NEAR MARSHALL, FAUQUIER CUONTY, VIRGINIA SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961---at 10 A. M. (E.S.T.) New Pres Election of officers featured the meting of the Charles Town Junior Woman's Club held at the clubroom Monday evening, April 17, with the following being nam- ed to head the organization for the year 1961-62. Mrs. James Gore, president; Mrs. William Anders, correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. Roger Ramey, recording Secretary; Mrs. Donald Smith, treasurer; Mrs. A. D. Peters, publicity. They will be in- stalled at the June meeting. Mrs. Roger Perry, president pre sided for the meeting. Mrs. Don- ald Engle of the Fine Arts Depart ment gave a report on the art dis play run in the local store win- dows. Mrs. Willard Martin gave a re- port on the progress of the Miss Bonnie Bell Contest. There are 20 little girls in the contest. A dis- play is to be made for Lucille's window with pictures of all the girls. A letter was read from Weston State Hospital thanking the group for cake mixes and make- up kits which were sent to the hospital. The group was reminded that the drive for Mental Health will be held on Monday, May 22. Volun- teers were asked to help with the drive. Mrs. Roger Ramey was named chairman of the banquet in June with Mrs. Harry Barker and Mrs. Mary Simmons to assist her. Mrs. Donald Cline gave a very interesting and informative talk on the status of the schools. She gave a report on how low West Virginiw compares in salaries to the neighboring states of Ken- tucky, Virginia and Maryland. Mrs. Cline laso gave a report on the State Clean up project, Sever- al suggestions were given as to what the club could do to assist in this project. It was voted to give a donation to each Of the fire companies. The club voted to have a float in the parade on May 5. Mrs. Donald Cline was named chairman with Mrs. Harriett Hayes, Miss Lee Shiley, Mrs. Jeanie Smith and Mrs. Helen Sager on her committ ca. A letter was read from the Wri- ght Denny Graded School thank- ing the group for the contribut- ion to the cafeteria. A letter was also read from the Charles Town Ranson P. T. A. expressing thanks for the cafeteria contribution. Mrs. Donald Engle displayed some of the paintings displayed in the stores by the Fine Arts De of Charles Town has been recent- ly promoted to Commercial Agent Sales and Service with the Sea- board Airline ~ailroad, effective May 1st with the Miam{ office. Mr. Purcell graduated at St. Chris tophers School Richmond, Va. and West Virginia University and ser- ved two years in the U. S. Marine Corps before going with the Sea- board Railroad in January of last year as a traffic trainee in Char- lotte, N. C. He went to Lake Wal es, Florida in June as a passenger and traffic representative. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Purcell of Charles Town. :Miss Lin&ay Betrothed To Mr. H. M. Jordan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer G. Lind- say, 1700 Preston Road, Hagers- i town, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY LADIES DRESSES--- to Horace M. Jordan, 3r., the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jordan, 167 Franklin Court Bay Side, Va. Miss Lindsay is a 1960 graduate of North Hagerstown High School She is presently attending Amer ican University, Washing*ton, D. C. and is affiliated with WAMU, the television station on the uni. versity campus. Mr. Jordan is a graduate of Be thesda-Chevy Chase High School and Hagerstown Junior College. He is a senior at Shepherd Col. lege, Shepherdstown, W. Va. where he is a member of Delta Sigma Pi, national business frater nity. A wedding date has been set. SPRING AND SUMMER COTTONS Regular $10.99 to $14.99---NOW - $8.00 Regular $5.99 to $8.99--NOW - $5.00 Regular $2.99 to $3.99--NOW $1.00 to $3.00 Regular $3.99 SHIRTWAIST--Drip.Dry Cottons NOW 2 for $6.00 ENTIRE STOCK OF, LADIES TOPPERS, COATS AND SUITS Regular $10.99 to $39.99--NOW $4.00 to $15.00 LADIES DACRON--Nylon and Cotton- Full Slips and Half Slips Regular $2.99--NOW 2 for $5.00 LADIES PANTIES Regular 39c--NOW 3 Prs. for 97e GIRL'S COTTON CRINOLINES Sale will be held if at all possible, but in case of severe storm, sale will be held the following Friday, May 5th. Farm located about 5 miles North of Marshall or about 7 miles South- West of Middleburg, Virginia, Take Route 709 South at Hitching Post Which is located 1 mile West of Middleburg on Route 50 for about 5 miles ,to Route 702, then West on Route 702 about 1 mile, then right on Route 708 to first farm, or take Route 709 at Brook's Corner which is located between The Plains and Marshall, Virginia, North for about 3 miles to Route 702. (Watch For Sale Signs.) Having sold my farm, I will sell at the above mentioned time the following: Sizes 4-10--Regular $1.59 Values--NOW 97c ENTIRE STOCK OF CHILDREN'S SUITS, COATS AND TOPPERS . . Regular $5.99 to $22.99--NOW 2.00 to $10.00 HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD .... 100 HEAD .... 44 Head Dairy Cows 6 Springing Holstein Heifers 50 Heifers, Steers and Calves LARGE GROUP OF LADIES HATS Regular $1.99 to $19.99--NOW 50c to $6.00 N0-1V[0ssWay CHILDREN'S HATS This herd consists of 36 milking cows averaging about 5 gallons a ] 800r t8 Regular $1.99 to $2.99--NOW 50c to $1.00 .day, 8 springing COWS, and 4 springing nurse cows, 6 springing heifers bred to Angus Bull; 8 heifers bred for fall freshening, 3 open heifers, 12 heifers four to six months old; 4 Angus and 5 Holstein steers about 600 lbs. and several started calves. Wall Paintgives rich,Cflat New creamy-thick"Lu ire" Infants Seersucker PLAY SHORTS h Auctioneers Note:--This herd was 100% raised by Mr. Furr, all calf- cod vaccinated, tested T.B: and Bangs for this sale and vet will be Present to issue iinterstate shipment papers. Twenty.Two cows bred to freshen in October or November and 10 cows recently fresh with e ives by their side. If you are looking for cows that are milking good or young cows for fall freshening, plan now to attend this large sale. FARM MACHINERY 'Model'300- Farmall fast hitch Tractor, Super C Farmall Tractor, Farm- all A Tractor, F-20 Farmall Tractor, 2 rubber tired wagons with ensilage ltdes, 3 disc plow for 300 or 350 tractor; IH scalloped disc harrow, new; side delivery rake, new; IH 50T Baler (only baled 500 bales); 2 IH ast hitch mowers for Super C; IH corn planter for Super C; mower and cultivator for Model A tractor; IH manure spreader, Papec forage blow. with pipe; Fox Field harvester with hay and grass attachments; Fox with pipe; electric wagon unloader, i Allis-Chalmers 66 Combine, ulkey hay and grain elevator with electric motor; cultipacker, arl-o v, New Idea corn picker, 8-ft. McCormick binder on rubber; 1949 Chevrolet Car with good tires; New Holland wood saw, Clinton -inch saw, 2 cyclone seed sowers, wheelbarrow sower, 1 ton Truck good for parts, 1947 model; 125-ft. endless belt, 40-ft. It, 2 block and tackle, 150.ft. extension cord, electric drill, 1,000 gallon gas tank, 30.gallon oil pump, 275-gallon oil tank, grease guns, troughs, 6 long poles, locust post, scalding tub, pair 12-38 tractor pair 750-20 truck chains, paint spray and tire compressor, de- 1/2 H. P. Motor, anvil and tools of all kinds. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 200 gallon Majourina milk tank with compressor; 4 sets of milkers 2 extra pails; 3 Stewart cow clippers, washing machine, 2.14-qt. Strainers, DeLaval Milker, pQmp and motor; storage table, coal stove, ensilage forks, blow torch, feed carts, and pipe and fittings; iron fire. oil burner, 200 amp. gas powered welding generator capable of Ptllling 110 or 220 motor. 50 to 75 Tons Soybean and Sudan grass ensilage; 25 barrels of corn. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE :--Dining room set. kitchen set; did d sk, 4 oil heaters, 4 beds, springs and mattresses, bureau, and other items. TERMS :--CASH. Sale Conducted By: W.R. (BILL,) FURR otthern Virginia Auction Company MARSHALL, VIRGINIA urceliville, Va.--EDgewood 8-7116 Phone: EMerson 4-3462 Lunch Will Be Sold by, Ladies Aid of Unison Church. finish with brush or roller. Doesn't spatter like ordinary paint. No priming or stir, ring. No messy clean-up. Dries for use in 30 minutes. Sizes !" 4.--Regular 59c--NOW 44c GIRL'S SEERSUCKER SHORT AND BLOUSE SETS Sizes 1- 4--Regular $1.59---NOW 88c D GIRL'S SPRING COTTON DRESSES.. FABRICS BY FAMOUS MILLS Regular $1.99 to $8.99--NOW $1.00 to $4.00 CHILDREN'S PLAY WEAR AND INFANT'S WEAR Regular 99c to $2.99--NOW 17e to $1.oo ONE GROUP OF COTTON DRESS FABRICS .... Short Folds Regular 59e per yard Values--NOW 17e per yard WALL PAINT 19 lovely colors ane white Far matching woodwork- "Duco" Satin Sheen Enamel Watch amazing domenstration on TVl PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 Charles Town, W. Va. CASH CHARGE LAY.A.WAY SPIRIT OF YgFFgRSu ' ADVOCATIg THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 5--B CHESTNUT roLL CHURCH , BAKE SALE APRIL 29 ! TO HAVE SUPPER MAY 6 ] The Harpers-'F-~erry P. T. A. will The W. S. C. S. of the Chestnut~ hold a bake sale in the Western Auto Store Window on Saturday, Hill Methodist Church will spon April 29 starting at 9 A. M. On sor a supper Saturday evening, Sale will be lots of home made May 6 at the church it was an- goodies such as cakes, cookies, nounced this week. For sale will i candy cupcakes, doughnuts, pies, be soup and salads, sandwiches, rolls, etc. pie, cakes and home macle candy. The public is invited ancl urged to patronize the event. VETERANS OFFICER WILL BE IN CHARLES TOWN MAY 12-26 Ray L. Sencindiver, Deputy Dir ector will be in Charles Town at the American Legion on May 12, 26 for the purpose of assisting war veterans, their depenclents or beneficiaries with government benefits to which thy may be en- titled. i [[il llili Jill lill lliiii il[Ti'IF] iiil[[ i ill l l l l DRAPERY AND SLIP COVER MATERIAL---ONE SPECIAL GROUP Values to $3.99 Per Yard--NOW 2 Yds. for $1.00 Limited Quantity--Shop Early. SPRING WOOLENS Regular $2.99 to $3.99 per yard NOW $1.27 to $1.97 Per Yard II J LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NOTIONS Regular 10c to 29c---NOW 4c each ii i i i i LEGGETT'S in Clmrles Town is Your Sewing and Notion Headquarters. PATTERNS: .... Simplicity and McCall with Fabrics of ah kinds. i i i II I MEN'S POLISHED COTTON PANTS 4 Colors-.Sizes 29 - 40--Regular $3.99.--SALE $1.97 I I MEN'S DACRON POLYESTER AND RAYON PANTS NEW SUMMER PATTERNS Sizes 29- 42--Regular $7.99---SALE $5.00 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Sizes S-M- L--Vales to $3.99--SALE $1.88 I I I BOY POLISHED COTTON PANTS 4 Colors--Sizes 6- 20---Regular $2.99 SALE $1.67 OR 2 for $3.00 ASSORTED GROUP OF COSMETICS PRICE II I , ASSORTED LADIES JEWELRY Values to $1.00--SALE 2 for 88c I "P-F" HOOD FLYEHS, Regular $3.99-- SALE $2.97 Regular $4.79-- SALE $3.27 Rtgiflat $4.99.- SALE $3.97 Regular $5.50 & $5.99--S)kLE $4.47 LADII NATURAL BRIDGE SHOES ALL SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERNS Values to $13.99.--SALE $8.00 B EDSP RE A DS $5.99--SALE DI CHARLES TOWN'S MODERN AND .... PLENTY OF FREE PARKING STORE; UP-TO'DATE 9 - 9 Friday 9- 6 Saturday SHOPPING CENTER