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NOW lIMIt? OF When it comes to making your estate plans, if you haven't an intimate working knowledge of all the professions indicated, you'll be wise to consult with the specialists who do. Ask the Trustman Here About Trust Services Designed to Make Your Estate Yield Maximum Benefit! Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. and Mrs. Vanordsdale and family of Martinsburg spettt the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Whitacre at the Btoomery. Their daughter IAnda Kay was a caller with her little friend Mary Viands. Linda Kay has sper~t so much time in the hospital and just re- turned from the Kings Daughters ,Hospital on Saturday fl,om having her tonsils out. Mr. and Mrs. Brookman and Mr. and Mrs. Sbaubs and family of (Maxtiz~sburg spen~ ,the day Sun- day at their cottages neax the Bloomery. IMr. Sylvester Frye o4' Bethesda. Md. spen~ the weekend with his ,paxents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. He was aecom, panfed ,to town by ~is cousin Miss Agnes l~rye who is Mr. and /Mrs. Oartand Henry and son David Lee spent the week end with their daughter IMr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry in Baltimore. Md. and also called on their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Neale Gollday and son Garry also in the city. The Armstrong boys and JOhn Popkins Jr. were guests Monday evening of the father and son ban quet at the Parish House and also the Haven Boys were guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Penwell of Murrell Hill is spending the week their son and daughter- in-la~ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pen well and little son near Kable- NOW the time ---To Try--- town. Mrs. able Johnston and daugh- ter Bonnie spent several days last week her mother tMrs. Milton Popkins m Kabletown. Miss Nancy Wiley of Murrell Hill siaent ,the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and fam ily. Mr. Melvin and MFs. Beula:h Fri~ts spent Saturday evening with friends at the Moose at Brun swlck, Md. Mrs. Nelson Bush was a caller on Sunday morning with her par- ents fiYlr, and Mrs. Willingham and daughter near Bardane on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hm'bert Gray and two sons of Berryville spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and family. Mr. and 'Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Reason weer callers with their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Abner Henry and sons near NEWS IIAPPENINGS IN KABLETOWH By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-021 conducted Sunday, May 3rd by the subject of q,lack medicines. Rev. S. F. Butcher. The rites of Mrs. Robert McGarry Jr. was in Holy Baptism will also be admin- charge of the devotions while Mrs. istered during this hour. Jack Moulton gave several inter- ~Mrs. Charles Adams will enter- Lain the Kabietown Woman's Sac iety of Christian Society Wednes- day night, May 6. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bayer of Shannon Park were hosts to the Kabletown Farm Womans Club annual Pamily l~an night on Sat- urday. Everyone attending contri- buted .towards the supper which was delicious with a variety of foods being served. Bingo and~ square dancing were enjoyed. Mesdames James B. Kemp, Charles R. Langdon and J. Edgar Ware assisted Mrs. Hebe Dick as hostesses On Saturday and Sunday when Mrs. Dick's lovely home "The Rocks" was open for the Home and Garden Tour. "The Mill" the home of Mrs. Carlie Daw son, located in this community was also one of the homes visited. There were 216 visitors at The Rocks. Charles W. Newcomb, U. S. A. P. returned home after a year in Korea. He and Mrs. Newcomb and son Chucky visited relatives in Leesburg, Va. over the weekend. On Monday they motored to Wash ington to keep a business appoint- ment. ,Mr. Ollie Zombro was a visitor on tMonday with his brother-in- law Mr. Hem5' Clipp and family. Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mercer is em- ployed in the dining room at the Shenandoah Downs, Charles Town Mrs. Charles R. Langdon was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Kabletown Farm Womans Club. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes presented an interesting lesson on Fancy Foods and Fads. She illustrated the les- esting readings on "Spring" for the recreation. During the social hour delicious relreshments were served. Three local boys Beverley Car- roll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Carroll Jr., Larry Rou~ss, son of ,Mr. and Mrs. "~V. A. Rouss a'/]d Chubby Seal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal have become cub mem- bers of Pack 39 of Ranson whose Den Mother is Mrs. Thomas Kit- cherts. Mrs. Thomas Mercer received word last Wednesday of the death of the former Miss Sarah Hulie- han of Baltimore, Md., sister-in- law to Mrs. Mercer's son Mr. Gil bert ~Mercer of Fallston, Md. The Kabletown W. S. C. S. will sponsor a Rummage Sale of clo- thing and miscellaneous articles on May 15 and 16 in the home of Mrs. McCauley, Charles Town. Patsy and Jimmy Heflebower of near Rippon ,were visitors Sat- mxtay morning with the Mercer Nrls. Johnny Sowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sowers of Grimes, Va. spent the weekend with his grand )arents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sow ers. We are glad to report that Mr. Edgar l%oderick patient in the N. Baker Vet. Hospital is feeling much better. He is now out of the oxygen tent but uses the oxygen tubes periodically. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes was a call er Monday afternoon at the home of (Mrs. J. Emory Kable and Mrs. Stanley Hardesty near Charles Town. the Bloomery. ! Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were !up to Nelsons home .place last week getting the furniture ready for the sale which was held on Saturday. iMr. James Wise and brother of Cleveland, Ohio came on Satur- day past after the formers wife and two children Mrs; Shirley Wise who had spent the two weeks with her mother Mrs. Hall Thorn S011. Sunday visitors wit'h Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daugh ter Cheryl of Loudoun Heights, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson and Mrs. Hall Thomson of Murrell Hill. Mr .and ~Mrs. John Pennington and two children of Leetown were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mr. arrd Mrs. Milton Popkins and granddaughter Joyce of Kab- letown visited the letters parents on Sunday. Sorry to hear our former neigh- bor Mrs. Phoebe Hough who now makes her home with her son and daughter-in-law at Kable- town is a patien~t in" the Charles Town General Hospital. Mrs. Hough is nearly 88 years old. Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby, Mr. and IMrs. Charles Stocks of Brunswick, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children of Middleway spent the day Sunday with the letters pal'- ents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. tMr. and Mrs. George Jones at- tended the Bush sale on Jefferson Ave. on Satm'day afternoon. Mr. Jones has new irr~provements on his home. A new porch and some siding and also a new paint job. Mr. Kenneth Moler is doing the work. Mrs. tester art and son Michael spen.t the day with her mother Mrs. James Dalley. Mrs. Elva Viands was a caller on Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Hall Thomson at Murrell Hill Mr. Sylvester Frye was a caller an Saturday night with friends in Brunswick, Md. IMrs. Nelson Bush visited her mother-in-law at the Moore Rest Home and also took M2~. Bush to her home on Friday evening and had supper in the home place but Mrs. Bush is always ready to re- turn to the Rest Home. Mr. Roy Webber of Winches- ter, Va. was a caller one day last week with his friend Mr. l~obert Frye. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Little H,arold Lewis Sbaubs cel- ebrated his third birthday on Ap- rit 21st with a party given by his mother Mrs. Delma Staubs. Sever- al liVtle playmates were prdsent to he~p him Norma Rodgers, Mike Rodgers,' Danny Glenn, Darlene and Pauta Everhart, Dale Grove. Doris Cogle, Nancy and Terry Da- vis, R,~by, IAnda, Gary Randall and Sandra Stouts, Ernestine, Donna and Robert Sterling, Mrs. Hazel ~taubs and Mrs. Frances Rodgers. Refreshments of cake, coolaid, candy and ~lX~ta~ chips were ~rved. Lewis received some nice presents. Mrs. Delma Staubs and son are spendin,g this week in Baltimore, Md. with her husband a,t their ~par~ment. Mrs. Mary Cogle is visiting this AND BE SURE THAT YOUR CAR IS READY FOR HolmesHagers'twn'Mr'weekandWithlsanMrs"her;Md'~heEnchSistersickehel list.andHlmesat/;erfamilYMrs'ln SPRING AND SUMMER DRIVING. Let Our Mechanics Go Over Mrs. David Bracke'0t and child- Your Car with Our Modern Equipment. No Job TOO LARGE--- villewereren Miss BettYFriday visitorsViandsfwithMillMr. NONE TOO SMALL For Our Shop. CALL US. . . and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son. Mrs. Maude Eve~hart was a din net guest on Sunday wgh Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wil near Vir- BROTI E|S INC ginm line. GOD E Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and i two daughters of Baltimore, Md. I were Saturday callers "with,1 Mr. BUICK =- INTERNATIONAL -- GOODYEAR TIRES and Mxs. Vernon ~aubs and fam. PHONE 488--NORTH SAMUEL STREET--CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ly. Oary Stouts celebrated .his twel birthday with a party given hlm on Saturday evening. Several of his small friends were present to help him: Robert Jr., Donna and Ernestine, Sterling, Paula, Darlene, Danny and Glenn Ever- .hart, Ruby Linda, David, Randall and Sandra S~aubs, Mrs. Hazel Staubs and Mrs. Ruth Wilt and son of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. James Crouson and children of Leesburg, Va. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son. Mrs. Hattie Cogle and son Vic- tor, Mrs. Gene Cogle and son Tim my of Mannings were dinner guests with tMrs. Leone Everhart on Thursday. Mr. Joe Holmes and a friend of Hagerstown, Md. were callers on Saturday wit+h Mr. and Mrs. Lu- L! COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. - EE US BEFORE YOU BUT. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BEST DEALS TOWN! every kind of service--- for every budget require. ment. Improved ~ylon and Rayon, Tubeless and Tube Type. All sizes-- passenger and truck-- plus the best prices and service anywhere! We want to help you own the best| COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. Phone 375 Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Mayme Ru.asell of Chesmut g--B TIIURSDAY, AI'RIL Hill was a visitor on Monday with .... Mrs. Maude Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Grove was struck with a car while Turbine engine maYl Brunswick, !Md., Mr. and Mrs. riding a bicycle on Monday even- ter sales. Floyd Chapman and children of int. He was taken to the doctor Mannings were Sunday visitors ~but hlcky just bruises and shock. NO 11UNTING, N with their parents Mr. and Mrs. ~- ING SIGNS For Sale Captain Rodgers. ('~t~l~ea~ro+~nn 1~ of the Spirit of Jeffl Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Co~',le and ,~_,,,.,~v,At~u.. o~ on North George son Victor of Mannings, Mrs. 011 County Farms 'row : Mary Cogle and Mrs. Elsie Cook and son Teddy motored to Hagers town, Md. Tuesday and were visi- Soil Conservation Service tech- toz's with Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hal mes and family. Mr. and Mrs. John WhiLehair and son of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guesLs with M/. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and "family. Mrs. Gloria Seal of Baltimore. Md. was a caller with her si,%er ~and family Mrs. Ellen Cole on Saturday. Mr. and iMrs. Russell Cogle and family were visitors recently with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt in Sandy Hook, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Walter CoKle and children were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longer- beam in Chestnut Hill. Sorry to learn that Mr. Longerbeam has been very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and children were visitors wth rMr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and children of Chestnut Hill were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Crouson and children of Leesburg, Va. were Sunday even- ing visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Brackett and family in IMi]l- rifle. Little Dale Grove ten years old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charley PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children 25e - Adults 50c Thursday and Friday April 30 and May 1 nicians have recently completed the following jobs for farmers in Jefferson County: Mr. ttenry M. Snyder Sr., Sandy Ridge Road, Sealed a pond; Mr. J. G. Fuss of near She pherdstown sealed two ponds. Mr. J. Glenn Brown of near Charles Town sealed one pond. Con,%ructed and sealed a pond for Mr. tlough Kinkcad near Kearneysville. ATTEND CHURCH SIINDAV STETSON Many SIyles TOWN AND (, L O '[' H I E gl 121--HEAD HOLSTEIN BRED OPEN HEIFERS--121 Sale held at Frederick Fair Grounds Sale Pavillion venience of public, all animals home raised on my far~. Date WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, AT 12:00 NOON (D. S. T) TO-WIT: 37 BRED IIEIFERS--Due in September and bred to registered sire. 37 HEAD OPEN HEIFERS--Ready to be bred and 12- 15 months old. 47 IIEAD HEIFERS--From 6 months to 10 monthS All of these heifers are calfhood vaccinated and Bhtck Leg and T. B. Tested and from my farm. All of the above heifers are from good dams of but none can be registered altho some may be registration. All sired by one of my good sires on Gaymont Master Nugget which came from C. Lester i~erd...This bull was sired by Rolling Master Pex Shirley All Gold. This bull was born April 27, 1951, of the heifers are sired by this bull. The other sir( pering Cedars Sovereign, a Canadian bred bull born ber 4, 1954. These two bulls sired the heifers in The dams of my herd from which these have averaged 3.8 to 3.9 B. F. by herd test heifers are a choice group and are being sold cannot be registered. They are large and well grow~ age groups and are excellent prospects for bing producers. These heifers can be inspected at my time prior to being moved to fairgrounds. They will to sale barn on May 5th. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--We have sold at fine heifers this spring, but this group can be highlY mended as tops. They are well grown and excellen~ tion and order. Plan to attend this sale. TERMS :--CASIL LEVELS ACRES FARM C. EARL & REGINA C. PAGE, NULL AND NULL and EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneers. HORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. A. DOTY REMSBERG, Announcements. Lunch Sold on Premises Aprii 30 - it. Saturday, May 2 ,u, MADISON ..., FLEMING Sunday - Monday - Tuesday May 3, 4 and 5 #o-rre -exeo e ~ |~, / [ I C NF=MA$COPE~ ~ Sunda___ y Shows :--3 8 8 P_Z _M. Wednesday and Thursday May 6 and 7 "2" BIG HITS ~i~" "" ~ "~'~":.;!~K';~'~:" ,. f;: ..... STARTING Friday, May 8 "AUNTIE MAME" PENNEY'S GREATER. THAN . SUMMER DRESS NIVAL