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of Commerce Urooke Blackford mUve Secretary .receiving congratulat- many quarters due to our President next Shirley Hunt. Shir- as a man of many of leadreship. We i forward to a busy and elected for the were Harold Kisner, and H. S. Clop- Vice-President Both men. Willis was re-elected which we are most ~ie gives of his time Secreaary was re-elected. All officers were elec- 1 ted unanimously. f At a recent meeting of our Board of Directors it was unan imously voted that President Joe Staley should be commended for his splendid leadership during tile past year. His devotion to the duties of his office and his unsel- fish giving of his time and many talents have been an inspiration to our entire organization. Under his leadership we have grown from 94 members to 162. He will be missed. * * * * * The Clean Up Paint Up Fix up campaign is now under way-for the whole month of May and we hope ever after. All those who wish to enter our kick-off parade in Charles Town and Ranson May 5th (in the evening) are asked to contact Bill Anders. Howard So- christ and Kelley Lance Jr. are scheduled to ride donkeys in the parade and that should be a treat in itself. The starting point will be Robinson's ice plant to give i the people of Ranson more of a show than they usually get. OF FURNITURE AND CHINA! I Following Will Be Sold at the Snyder Home on Main in Shepherdstown, W. Va., on SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 INNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) HOUESHOLD GOODS, ETC. Chairs, Dressing Table, Walnut Veneer Bureau, What-Not, Adams Chair, Walnut Marble-Top Wash Hall Rack, Veneer Table, Music Cabinet, Corner Wall End Table, Veneer Chest of Drawers, Spool Bed, Writing Desk, 2 Platform Rockers, Victorian Sofa, Vic- Wardrobe, Walnut Hall Rack, High Chair, Metal Bed, and Mattress; Book Case, Interior Window Shutters, Table, Iron Bed, Pictures, Frames, Mahogany Sofa (new and upholstery); U. S. Phonograph witff Horn and (12 Records) ; Pine Flour Table, Radiant-Fire Stove, WaN Gold Leaf Cornices; Mirrors, Set of Shelves, Shoe Box, Grate, Double Barrel Hammer Shot Gun, Lace Table Dinner Sets, Linens, Electric Clock, Radio, Victrola, Old Dresses, Old Laces, Odds and Ends of Material, ?~ Ray-O Lamps, Iron Pots, Jugs, Hanging Lamps, Lamp, Dresser Mirrors, Glass Lamps, Brass Candle Mah Jong Sets, Plates, Pitchers, Cut Glass, Bristol Vase, Pitchers, Cuspidor, Dresden Vase, Bisque Vase, Col- Old Toys, Delft Ink Well, Miscellaneous Silver, Havi- COffee 'Set, Moulds, H~viland Plates, Cups and Saucers; I~ttcs, Ironstone Plates and Platters, and Miscellaneous and Other Items far too numerous to mention. $ NOTE:--Mrs. Rosa Hankey having sold will sell all articles remaining in her Antique Shop Sale. MILLER, Auctioneer. !~. MORELAND, Clerk. 4 - 2t. W. B. SNYDER the estate of the late L. W. Grim will sell the Garage Equipment at Public Auction located on Street Extended, Berryville, Virginia, on Route 7, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 AT I0:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (E.S.T) PERSONAL PROPTRTY! l ortable Electric Welder, 1 Small Air Compressor, and Acetylene Welder (mounted in '49 Chevrolet 1 Electoic Welder 185 Amp.; 1 Ford Tow Truck, '55 Pickup, South Bend Metal Lay (good as new); Press, 1 h.p. Motor; Bench Grinder, 1 Large ~d Buffer, Electric Metal Saw, Air Compressor, I~lug Tester, Spark Plug Cleaner, Portable Battery Beardynamic Wheel Balancer, ~-Ton Car Trailer, Vices, 1 Anvil, 1 Air Jack, 3 Floor Jacks, 3~-inch DriB, H-inch Electric Drill, National Cash Register, King Outboard Motor, Lot of Welding Rod, Radia- and Fan Belts, All Kinds of Parts, 1 Electric Coca Motor Oil, Welding Table with Vice and Fan; Stoker, Shop Tools of All Kinds; I Boat Trailer, Cars and Trucks; 1 I]~lacksmith Forge, Lots of Junk, Another project of the Clean1 CALL FOR Up Committee is to try to rid the Charles Town-Ranson community CORPORATION ELECTION of outdoor toilets. To this end a delegation composed of represen. At a meetinu of-------~he Council of tatives of all organizations will call on the Charles Town andthe Corporation of Charl,es Town Ranson Town Councils. held April 3, 1961, the following call for an election was adopted ------ I~ view of the fact that the terms What Must I Do To Be of four members of- the Council are about to expire it becomes the duty of the Council to order Saved" Sermon Topic an election and it is therefore ordered than an election be held For Lutherans Sunday on The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur ch, corner Seventh Avenue and North Mildred street, Ranson, Monday annotinced the following schedule of services for Sunday, May 7 and subsequent week-day and night events. The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m.; sermon "What Must I Do to be Saved". Nursery held during worship. Sun day Church Schol at 9:45 a, m.; Joseph R. Staley, Superintendent, Junior Luther League meets at the church at 3:00 p. m. for a pic- nic. Monday, Sunday Church School officers meet at the par- sonage at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, United Lutheran Church Women: Epiphany Circle meets at 10:00 a. m. af the home of Mrs. Glenn Widmyer; Trinity Circle meets at 2:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. David Nichols; Emmanuel Circle meets at 8:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Wm. Carl Benton. Brownie Scout Troop 15 meets at the chur ch at 4:00 p. m. Thursday, Dens 1 and 2 of Cub Scout Pack 39 meet at 4:00 p. m.; Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Friday, Junior Choir practice at 4:00 p. m. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. M' SAT. 3:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P. . SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c THURSDAY 25th DA~ OF MAY 1961, that being the time fixed therefor by the amended charter of said town; and that at such election there shall be elected one Councilman each from the First, Second, Third and Fourth Wards.. That said election shall be held under the following rul,es. (1) The qualified male and fe- male voters of the town regard- less of their respective reaidence in tt~e Wards, shall ,be entitled to vote for the councilmen to be el- ected. (2)The ballot used shall ,be sub stantiaHy as follows: The Corporation of Charles Town CORPORATION ELECTION MAY 25, 1961 For Councilman, First Ward (Vote For One) ............. .0... ......... D,, Wednesday and Thursday May 3 and 4 DOUBLE SCIENCE. FICTION SHOW! iN MAGNmCEm,OLOR " AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE PLUS-- AN AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Friday and Saturday May 5 and 6 WJ I ER uWAJlNERSGOPE ermWARNER BIIOS;u Sunday - Monday - Tuesday May 7, 8 and 9 For Councilman, Second Ward (Vote For One) the s~me office are not marked f The object of the above entit-] SPIRIT OFJEFFERSON r MERS ADVOCATE therefrom and if on.ly one name fled action is to obtain a divorce tTHli~,qDAy MAY 4 1961 7---k be printed, as a ca,ndidate, for a .ifrom the bonds of matrimonyI ~~' ' --------- ~" partlclular office and no marl be I And it annonrin~" hv an affidn-[ placed in the square opposite his .---:- -..-r~-~.-----o .-, - ..... -:- ~ ~ . ~ . ~ , -'s ..... era. [wt fried m th~s action that Shw-iawards at a meeting of itu club chamcs" Jesse IIcnderson, Farm name nL name snail De no5 s t, . . . , , ' ' ' ohed such ~ballot shall be counted I ley J. Frazmr is a non-resident of i on Thursday, April 20. Each re- i ILlectrification; ltarry Martz, for such candidate the State of West V~rgmm lit ~s embed an ~I~A l~oundatmn Mcd,1. l~az L~.c~,uck ]:,z~ac~, and I~t~ (9) All tickets at the respective ordered that Shirley J. Frazier do Winners in the local chapter t ard Blue is the Siar Crop Farm- poll room shall be 'kept in the so serve upon James M. Mason 3d included Harry Martz,. Chapter or. view of the Commis,sioners and plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Star Farmer; William EverharL William Coyle is teacher of Vo- shall be given out to prospective t dress is Mason Bldg, Charles Star Green Hand l~armer; John Icational Agriculture at Shepherds votersonly at the time they shall i Town, West Virginia, an answer Writt, Star Dairy Farmer; James lmwn High School. o.ner ~o vo.~e .a~.t'ne ~me wnen so l or other defense to the complaint Kinkead, Soil and Water Manage I g~ven.out !:sna.u ve si:gnea o~ vne I filed in this action on or before ment; Jerry Whitmer Farm Me-I ~ivertise In The Spirit.Advocate ~e~Ys~:ie~bS:noV~~l;s~o Jt~:/e1't261~fYUn~aiul;:ndpr:;'. l lilt lilt, , commlsisoners; nor shall any bal i er hearing and trial may be tak- m a lot given to a voter by a commlss loner be taken from the room by such a voter, provided however that should a voter mismark de- face or spoil a ballot, he may be given another ballot upon the rebur~ of the defaced ballot to the commissioners. (10) Should the prospective vo- ters need the assistance of the commissioners in marking his bal lot. it shall be the duty of the commissioner or one of them to give such information as to the manner of marking the ballot as may be needed but they shall not directly or indirectly lnf'lue~ce any voter as to what candidate he shall vote for nor disclose how any voter may have voted and shall mark such ballot if required for such candidate or candidates as the vote indicate. (11) No election officer shall dis close t~e name or for whom any voter shall have voted. (12) As soon as the polls shall have been declared closed, the commissioners shall proceed to count the votes and make such return, s as to the result as it is required by SeCtiou e of ~harles Town. The Commissioners and Clerks are as follows: Clark Furr, Lacy Bailey, Ann Getzendanner, Mary F. Ingram and J'u|ianna Taylor. NICHOLAS CARSON, Mayor ~,. F. PRINTZ, Clerk " ........................... April 27-2T- ORDER PUBLICATION. Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia. Raymond H. Friezier, Jr., plain tiff v. Civil Action No. 110 Shirley J. Frazier 4004-39th Lubbock, Texas, defendant I PROFESSIONAl. HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT Th~s~etime~when yOU need the help of a profes- sional. When it comes to ~our insurance program, or example, only an ex- pert analysis of your iu- dividual needs can give you maximum security at minimum cost. This kind o service is part of our P.S., Personal Service. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 126 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 IIIIIRRRN~ e~ With the SONOTONE .................. o ........ For Councilman, Third Ward (Vote For One) For Councilman, Fourth Waxd. (Vote For One) ,.. .................... ..., (3) It shall be t~l~e duty of the Finance Co~mmittee to have all ballots printed, provide all necess- ary books, pens, pencils, papers, etc. and to have suitable booths erected i~ the respective poll- room and to deliver the ballots books, p~pers etc to the Commlss loners On the mornifl~g of the elec-,: Lion at the voting place. 'i~he poll shwtl be opened at 6:30 A. M. (E~ST) and close at 6:30 P. M. (E~ST) or open at 7:30 A M. (F~ST) and close at 7:30 P. M. (EST). The officers of the elec- tion shall consist of four commiss- ioners and one clerk. (4) The voting place sh~ll be as follows: I, nstead of the ~egular votin; places used at former city elec ~ions and as a matter of city eco~ omy the voting place for all fern wards this year shall be at the Council Room (Mayor's Office) lo cared on George Stveet near Wash ington Street and at the junction of all four wards. (5) The system commonly known as the Australian Ballot System shall conform as aeaxly as possible to the provisions of la,~ govermng state and county elect- .ons. (6) No candidate shall be en- titled to have ~is name-printed or li,sted on the ballot for election of municipal officers in the Cor- poration of Charles Town uales~ he shall have first filed with the Clerk of tl~e City Council in wrl- ;ing his intention to be such ear didate stating his full name, th fact that he is a qualified prop- Enter Suzie',s world . . . and zr y owner as required by Char- you enter a world of fantasy oer for such officer and the office and Far East frenzy! ~or which he ~teslres to be liste~ a candidate. Such written no. WILLIAM NANCY ~ificat, lO~ to the Clerk shall b( ,'iled not less than ten days prio.~ .,o such election and shall be sig~. ~ by such candidate personally. (7) No one shall be allowedin ~he voting room except the om- cers of election and the voter .in the act of voting. As ~oon as the voter shall have marked the ballot he shall t.~e~ hand it to one el ~he Commissioners who shall de- posit it in the baHot box in the presence of the voter announcing pu, blicly the name of the votez which shall thereupon ,be recorded for the purpose. The voter shall then .be required to leave the room. Any qualified voter, how- ever may enter the pool room for the purpose of challenging a voter but for such purpose not more than two shall enter or be in the same roam at the same time. The commissioners may summon such wltr~esses as t~hey may desire to appear before thegn to testify as ~o the qualification of any one.to vote. 1 SeE of Dyes and Taps; 1 Bear Wheel Alignment, Lot of Articles too numerous to mention. ~:~-CASI [. Nothing to be removed until settled for. . :.~;.. ~,~:~, :,~:~ " .~ .: :.!.@:. ~:i~::iil;i::i!i::;!;il E ON/,RD W. GRIM'S ESTATE :i::l ~.- ..:; i~!??.'~i~ .... .,::~!::.,:~'i:~i~ili:::::::: ' CLWTON WHITE, admr. " ..... : ........ ~ :::~ l~ :~: ..~ ! ORNDORFF, Austioneer. ~ii~::i~i~i LAND AND LARRICK, Clerks. *~!!!~ ..... ct Administrator at Berryville 102-J-22 or Auc- " .at Berryvill.e 74-W-2. ~~ ~I~'~OPJ.D 0~I~ i H ROPERTY rne place and time' we will sell the following:--- ,Ire Electric Range (practically new); 1 C0al and t~ ~; 1 Warm Morning 1Ne~ter/ 1 Victor Adding ~ ~ T~O8NtCOaO~ 2 Beds Complete, 3-Piece Living Room Suite, 3 ~z," " *PAIAMO~JNIII|L~A?,d~ Floor La/nps, 1 8-Day Clock, q Roll-Top Desk PRICES:--This Attraction 1 Stand, 1 Wardrobe, 1 Chest of Drawers, 2 Adults 75c - Children 25c (8) The voter upon .entering the poll room shall be handed the ballot and retire to the booth and through the names of aH the can didates whom he does not desire to vo~e for; or by placing a cross mark in the square opposite the name of the candidates for whom he desires o vote or m any other manner that he may desire and that shall indicate with reason- able certainity ~for whom he de- sires to vote. Nothing herein con- tained shall be const],x~ed so as to prevent any voter Irom Wl']tlng on the ballot the name whom he may desire to vote. $1though the name of s.2ch be wet prlnted on the ~ba, llot and in such case. tl~e Recammended For ADULTS ONLY! Wednesday - Thursday - Friday and Saturday May 10, 11, 12 and 13 STEVE REEVES S VEREIGN 1 Trunk, 1 Day Bed, 1' Enamel-Top Table and ; 1 vacuum Cleaner, 1 Double Wash Tub, 1 Lawn type); 1 Yard Settee, 1 Girl's Bioycle, Dishes, One 38 S. & W. Revolver, 1 Single Barrel 12- DOuble Barrel 20 Gauge, 1 Bolt Action 22 Moss- 4-power scope); two 22 Cat Rtfles, 1 Band Saw, A Lot of Hand Tools, Garden Tools, and A Articles too numerous to mention. MRS. FLORENCE GRIM NOTE:--Garage Equipment will be sold the sale of Garage Equipment Household he sold. Interested in Good Garage Equipment Don't Sale. eeORe*AMOLU person w, ho~e nszne is so wrlt~ten ~----- J thereon even although the.,name ,'~~ __ ..... _ _~2 _ .... ~. or.aa~es'~o~ o~hex:candit~,es~:tor~ Our First Eyeglass HearingAid with all these better hearing benefits: * Natural Telephone Listening * Normal Listening Zones . Cold Weather Power Automatic Volume Control Straight Line Sound Conduction Binaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour Comfort Color Choice NoW Clarity If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" may solve .your hearing problem. RIGHTS RESERVED. ~nd 18. SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 So th Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 en against you for the relief de- manded in said complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court April 14, 1961. W. M. JONES By: Marie Trussell, O. C. Clerk of Court April 20-3t-,paid. ,Mrs. Tom Lennon Host To Methodist Church Members And Choir The choir and some members of the Charles Town Methodist Church enjoyed a delicious buffet supper last Wednesday night giv- en by Mrs. Tom Lennon at her home on East Washington St. About twenty five members of the choir, with their wives and husbands as guests were there. After eating they sang hymns and old favorite songs, closing with several Barber Shop num- bers by Alvin Ennis, Edward Lee Pine, Glen Ramsburg, A. B, Cash Lee Ramsburg and Tufty Leh- man. ihepherdstown High FFA Members Honored Eight members of the Shep- herdstown Chapter of Future Farmers of America were given In order to settle the estate of the late Sadie Smallwood and Irene Jenkins, I will sell the follow- ing personal property, located on 7th. Avenue, Ran- son, W. Va., Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Frigidaire Refrigerator, Kelvinator Refrigerator, Hotpoint Electric Range, Westinghouse Washer, Wal- nut Corner Cupboard, Walnut Sofa, Walnut Bed, Cedar Chest, Grandfather Clock, and Other Clocks, some old; 2 Metal Single Beds, Dresser, 2 Coffee Tables, Large Wardrobe, Library Table, Radio and Record Player Combination; Night Stand, Chest of Drawers, 2 Stuffed Chairs, Extension Round Table, Wing Chair, Buffet, Tables, Electric Irons, 2 Wool Rugs, Pictures and Paintings, 1 of George Wash- ington; Folding Chairs, Books, Wash Bowl and Pitchers, Platters, Silverware, Chicken Feeders, Glass Jars, Dishes and Cooking Utensils, and Other Axti- les too numerous to mention ..... TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. FRANC S M. JENKINS, JR. ADMINISTRATOR. Lunch will be served by the Ranson Helpers Club. April 27-2t. 'L As the Executor of the Estate of Ray X. Merchant, we will sell Merchandise, Equipment, Grocerys, Household Goods, Race Horse and Tack Supplies, located on Fifth Avenue, Ranson, W. Va., on BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP (D. S.T.) Many Bottles, Jars, Boxes and Cans of Absorbin,. Victor Gill Remedy, Sloan's Linament, Saver's Llnament, Combault's Caustic Balum, Dr. Kincade's Linament, Kendell's Counter Irritant, Spohn's Compound, Mosso's Oil-O-Sol, M. A. C. Counter Irritant, V, P. C. Creoline, Tytengo Leg Tightner, Mack's Blue Leg Lotion, Tin Bar Linament, Epsom Salts, Equine Toner, Kwik Leg Tightner, Tweeds Linament, Me- Knight Hair Pamade, Glycerin, Chevinal Bigeloil, Kwik Leg Paint, Sor Be, Equine Toner, Fitzsimmons Leg Paint, Wilcoxson's Perfection Linament, Eye Geue, Sulfoil, Ball Solution, Harvey's Embrocation, Mentholatum, Asthmedor. Phillips Corama Ointment, Hea~lkwik Liquid, Healkkwik Paste, Cloate's Counter Irritant, Caster Oil, Dowdell's Absorbent Sweat, Tuttler's Elmer, Harlem Oil, Chloroform Llnament, Petroleum Jelly, Rubbing Alebhol, Vick's Salve, Antiqhlogestine, IIess Bros. Mineral Water, Cod Liver Oil, Lambert's Irish Reducine. Kex Wheat Germ Off, Vcts Oil, Veterinary Mineral Oil, Ortho Stock Spray, Columbin Anteseptic Powder, Moleskin, Dr. Conley's Freeze-Packs, Seal Tex Bandages, Elastoplast Bandages, Ace Banda- ges, Prose Slastic, Dr. Lewis Heat Packs, Arcaro Run Down Patches, Johnson & Johnson Adhesive Tape, Numotizine, Propert's Saddle So~p, Pine Tar, Pratt's Pine Oil, Mollimentum & Valentine's Hoof Dressing. 6 Cases Wilcoxson's Perfection Linament; Case Whitelod Isopropye Rubbing Compound; 4 Gallons of Vinegar; 3 Packages Fly Killer Kitchen Bouquet; 6 BOtUe~ of Linament; 2 Dozen 5-Lb. Epsom Salts; Case of Peroxide; 8 Gallon Chevinal Syrup; Bridles, Halters, Cribbing Straps, Shaddow Rolls, Stirrup Leathers, Gog- gles, Sweat Scrapers, D Bit, Rai~ Rubbers, Girths, Syringtes, Tie Charms, Tong~, Shanks, Girth Covers Cotton Rolls Bandage Cloth, Pony Bridle, Halter, Saddle and Girth; Rain Pants and Jackets, Towels, Irish Linen Saddle Cloths, Sponges, Curry Combs, Hoof Picks, Open End Safety Pins. Snaps and Screw Eyes, Rope Hay Racks, Oak S'pltt Basket, Wool Coolers, Gerard Cold Packs, Victor Racing Plates, Castile Soap, Charger Brushes, Sponges, Glycerine Saddle Soap and Numerous Other Items Usually Found in a Race Horse Tack Shop. 2 R. C. Allen Cash Registers, Kenmore Coal Stove, Frigidaire Refrigerator, Filing Cabinet and Display Case. Kellogg's Linseed Oil, Whitelock Turpentine and Many Gallons of Empire State in various colors. AT 12:00 NOON THE FOLLOWING WILL BE SOLD: .... 1955 PONTIAC 4 D STATION WAGON. 1958 WASHUA HOUSE TRAILER (About 8'x 40', Very Clean, Excellent Conditiom) Walnut Table, Small Desk, 2 Double Beds, Springs and Mattresses; 4 Single Beds with Springs and Mattresses; 3 Wardrobes, some metal: Oak Buffett, 2 Overstuffed Chairs, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs: 2 Chest of Drawers with Mirrors; Nite Stand. Davenport and 4 Chairs; 2 Dressers, 2 Electric Fans. 1 Por- table Window Fan; 3-Burner Aparhnent Size Gas Stove, Gas Heater. Oil Heater, 4-Burner Gas Stove, Ai~ Steel Door and Window Canopy; Old Stove, Toilet Tissue, 4-ply Tire, 7x10, 16-in.; Roof Paint, 5 50-Gallon Oil Drums, Hoover Vacuum Cleaner, Electric Heater, Trunks, 3 Bath Tubs, Briar Scythe, Shovels, 3 Brass Pipes. All Kinds of Canned Foods, Candy, Groceries. Household Supplies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Usually Found in a General Store: Also Sun G|am~es. Clocks, Wrist Watches, Cigarette Lighters, and Numerous Sundry ltems. TERMS:--CASH ON DAY OF SALE. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. May .l, 11 and i8-3t. EXECUTOR.