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f Mrs. Randolph Barnes Deferred From Last Week Met"nodist Church service Sun- day at 7:30 p. m. EDT Grace Chur ~h 11:00 a. m. EST. Mrs. Coleman Lyne of Berryville Is visiting Mrs. D, S. Childs. They dined with Mrs. H. H. Jennings on Monday. Mrs. Calvin Kidwiler, Wheat- land Sub Station Martinsburg call Cd ~tpon Mrs. W. R. Barnes Friday. Mr. Tracers ShauH of Lon An- geles, Cal. arrived Thursday to vis it ],,is father Mr. J. M~ Shaull. Mrs. M. S. Grantham, Silver ~pring, Md., Mr. ~nd Mrs. J. W. Shaull of Washington and Dr. Richard Huff of Baltimore spent the weekend wi~h Mr. Shaull. Mrs. Lee Barnes, Mrs. Thomas White and Mrs. Marvin Pierce are employed at the Shenandoah Downs Race Track. Master Richard Pierce returned home Saturday .from the hospital in Martinsburg where he had been a medical paVien~ for a week. Those ~t/tendir~ the demonstrat ion of Party Foods at the Potomac Power kl~hen Wednesday ~fter- noon were mesdames Holmes Joe Gruber were Mr. George Gru- White. Charles Kearns. William her, ~Z_r. and Mrs. Lawrence Pierce ,~,bs~re and Mayo Shiley. ',and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dalley Mrs. James Cain returned Sun ~and family. Bobby Grubber cele- day from the Charles Town Hos- ~brated his 7th birthday on Friday pital where she underwent ~Tlinor April e24th. surgery. Mrs. Harry Ritter of Win I Mesdames R. L. Macoughtry, che~ter is spending scyme time Earl Grantham, Amon Grantham w~th Mrs. Cain. R.J. Madison and Miss Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Earl King of ~Iar Macoughtry enjoyed a part of the tinsburg visited Mr .and Mrs. For Virginia Histoircal Tour Saturday rest Watson Friday evening, afternoon. Mrs. Randolph Barnes was a Mrs. James F. Macoughtry was weekend guest of Mrs. Edward temperarily employed as secre- Cockey in Purcellv~lle. tary for Roy. McDonald at the Presbyterian Church in Charles Wednesday evening the Eastern Town. Star Chapter from Mavtinsburg Mr. J. C. Roberts of Arlington enjoyed a sandwich and salad was calling in our town Saturday. ~ourse ~ Scotley Hall Dining The Kathryn ,Eye Zone spring Room which was followed by card meeting in the Charles Town ~VIe- games, thodist Church Friday night was Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swartz attended by Mesdames C. M. and Mr. and Mrs. Wi,lliam Swartz Kearns, Holmes White, W~n. Ab- of Charles Town spent Sunday shire, Joe Gruber, Frazier War- with Miss Clemmye Baker. son and Miss Clemmye Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown and NEWS HAPPENINGS IN By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Important Meeting May 8 l caHers also. Mrs. Myrick is t~he On Friday night, May 8 the pub fomner Miss Pauline Randall who lic is invited and urged to join taug~ht some years ago in the Pair the members of ,the local P. T. A. mont School and was a frequen at the school house .to discuss the visitor wi~h Vhe Clipp family. This was .the first visit for 'these two in oncoming county school levy oleo- :twelve years and was,~ a very en- rich which will be held on Tues- d`ay, May 19. An election of of- joyable one. ricers of the P. T. A. will also be Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small- held on May 8. Keep :t~his date in wood were dinner guests Sufiday mind and be sure to attend, at the home of IMr. and Mrs. How On Sunday night, May 17 an ard SmalLvood, Charles Town. Installation Service of ~he Church Mr. Lewis Carroll Jr. an employ and Sunday School officials and lee of the Valley Board Company, teachers will be held at the chur- Halltown Is o~ a weeks vacation. Oh. Those comprising ,these officers Mr. C. D. (Bill) Mercer i.s `also tak DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED --- GLASSES FITTED Hours:--9:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thursday OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 P. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. family CTtarles Town spent Sun- are requested 'to attend this im- lng several days of his vacation day with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas portant ~;ervice which will be con ,from Goode Brothers Garage Char Brown. ducted by Roy. S. F. Butc,her.les Town. Mrs. H. H. Jennings, Mrs. Ran- The dale of t~he meeting of the do}ph Barnes and Mrs. D. S. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Circuit Commission on Education Sunday visitors Wi~tfa Mrs. Jos- eph Mercer were her son Mr. and C~lds were luncheon g~ests of --. has been c~hanged from Friday Mrs. Phlllip Mercer and family of Mrs. D. C. Lyne Tuesday at Bat- Deferred From Last Week night ~Ylay 15 to M~nday mght May 11. I% will be held in .the Mid ~n@b~g, her d~2g%ter Mr. tletown Inn, Berryvflle. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Swartz of dlevcay MethodiSt Church a( 8:00 and Mrs. Hal Reese and f~mlly of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town and Mrs. Clemie p. m. All mere,hers of t~his corn- Washlng~n, D. C. tMr. and Mrs. Howard Puckebt Baker were Sunday guests of Mr. mission are urged to attend or and family who have been residing and ~VIrs. William Baker and tam have a representative ~here. wi,~h Mrs. Puckett's grandparents flY. Mrs. Henry Clipp and Miss Si- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood for sev i Peggy Baker spent Monday ev- mone Seaglette employees of Mrs. er~l months returned on Sunday ening with her little ~riend Bar- Hebe Dick of The Rooks spent bara Bratina. Tuesday in Washington, D. C. ,to Salem, Vs. where he :h~d ,been Mr. and Mrs. James Murry oT where they were sightseeing guests employed as olasterer. ~_.r. and McKeesport, Pa. v~si~ed Tuesday of Mrs. Dick. They went ,by (rain. Mrs. Thomas Penwell .took ~em. and spent Tuesday night as guests Three children, VickJe Penwell, Mr. ~nd ~Irs. Ray Marcus and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelso~ son Eric o4 Winchester, Vu. spent the ,past weekend wi,th ~etr par- Other callers Tuesday night at Penwell, Charles Town, Debra Ann on,is Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Marcus the Willis home were Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George and ~r. and Mrs. Josel~ Milton Mrs. Garland Moore and Mr. and Griffith and Charles Walters. son tMrs. Ed Chrisman. The Murry's of ~Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. New- "Cedar Cl~ff" Farm, Mr. Walter Burdick of Drew returned to MoKeesport on Wed- combe were baptised Sunday 'by Farm, a former employee of the nesday. Rev. S. F. ButCher. Members of the Leetown Farm Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. New- Berryvllle Box ,corn, party is now Women's Club who attended the comb entertained Sunday to a tur en~ployed at Dixle-Naxoo Co. of meeting at the Potomac Edison key dinner follo~ving~he Christen- Ranson. Mrs. Joshua W. Cllpp of Avon Due to the health of my wife, I will sell My Entire Ki,tchen Thursday afternoon were ing Service of their son Chuckie. Dale Farm spun( Tuesday of IRst Household Effects, located at the West End of Bolivar, W. Mrs. :Hy Bratina, Mrs. J. Frank There were four generations repre week with Mrs. Gertie Boyd. Va., along the State Road No. 340 at Cavalier Heights, on Gardner; Mrs. Laura Van Metre, sented for the occasion namely Mr. Frank O. Howell (Buddy) Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger and Mrs. Mr. Oharles W. Newcomb of Lees- one of our ~cal sport en~husi~sts SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 Mary Bruce Furr when Mrs. John burg, Va. his son 'Mr. Homer New- BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. ~L (D. S. TIME) Myrlck entertained for Farm ~Wom comb, the latter's son Charles W. ~nd Mr. David Clipp of Martins- en's Club members. Newcomb and his young son Char burg h~tve completed ~he building There will 'be revival services at les W. of a su~,mer oabin on an island a HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. the Baptist Church in Lee(own Mrs. James B. Clipp returned short distance above ~e former this week guest preacher wilI be home Saturday after a visit with Shannondale Ferry Crossing in the vicinity of the spot of the old Double Iron Bed with Springs and Mattress; Single Bed Rev. John Kinsie of Winchester, her son and daughter-in-law Mr S'hutt Paclclng House. La,% year with Springs and Mattress; Oak Dresser, 3-Piece Living Room Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue en- :~nd Mrs. Boyd R. Clipp of NV.ash- Suite, like new; 5 Small Stands, Bed Clothing, Army Clothes, terta~ned with ~ birthday party i~n~on, D. C. Mr. Clipp's daug.h- ~hey used a ten% b'~t ,felt a cabin Sunday afternoon for #heir daugh ,ter Miss Nellie Virginia Cl~pp, :for would be more practical. Frean G. M. Refrigerator, A-1 shape; G. E. Electric Range withter Kathy who was 3 years old. ,merly of F~o~t Royal, Va. is now ~helrvenientdescrl~ptionfishing headqu, will be a con- 4-hole and,~!~ck; 6-Way Electric Floor Light, Table Lights, Guests were Judy Jackson, Tricia residing with them in Was~hing- Grady Owens of Summit Point Phllco TeleW~oh, A-I shape; Hoover Electric Cleaner withCollis and Barbara Underwood..ton where She is employed. She .was a Sunday afternoon visitor all the attachments;[i!~Electric Fans, Maytag Washing Ma- Grandmother Perks baked her a plans to attend school in the citYlwith his aunt Miss Margaret John chine, Electric I~oP' C~ord, El~__tric Heater, Dinette Set and beautiful cake. .and complete her senior year in son. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moreland of high school. Announcement has been made 4 Chairs; Writing Desk, Book ~, ~ Trunks, Straight Back Ranson were callers Sunday with Mrs. James B. Clipp has discon and Rocking Chairs; Towel i~k, ~,,Several Small Chests, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. ~inued to live in her a,partmen.t of the arrival in t~e Charles Town Mr. Phil Perk~ and daughter v C here she has resided since the 9 x 12 Wilton Rugg, Two 9 x 12 Linoleum, ,~s, Singer Jean of Charles To~n were callers death of her husband the late Mr. Sewing Machine, Ironing Board, Several Mli'r~-s, Kitchen Sunday with Mr. and ~vIr~.'M~on James B. Clipp and is now making Utensils, Pots and Pans; Some Silverware, Pictures and Pic- -'----'------~ --- ~ ~,~r l~0rr~e with her son-in-law and SMITH STRIDER ture Frames; Meat Saw, Lot of Tools, Several Ladders, Lawn ~,~~ ~~e~ d~ugl~te]~ tM~. ~tq~l M~rs. yillj~rd N. ~o~Garden Tools, and Lots of Other Articles that are pk..~::k"~ ...... VChite" ~Mrs. Raymond'/' " '~e~:;:~rr o Hall-~" FUNERAL HOME ..... town spent Sunday afternoon with " ' '~ ~'~'~: ~: : nbt~entioned. For Wrapping and her mother Mrs. James ~. CHpp. 304 West Washington St. TERMS:---CASH on Day of Sale. PAUL E. BARTLES K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. April 30 and May 7 - 2t. Printing Paper Products Towels, Tissues, Bags, Locker Supplies For Homes-Stores-Etc. Ask Your Dealer Antietam Paper Co. HAGERSTOWN, MD. PHONE--Regent 9-0600 OF ANTIQUE DISHES & FURNITURE AT WATERFORD, VIRGINIA SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 AT 9:30 A. M. (E.S.T.) RAIN OR SHINE Due to the health of my mother, I will sell at the above mentioned time and place the following: ANTIQUES 4 Corner Cupboards (both soft and hard wood); Windsor Rockett Ladder-Back Rocker and many other types; Soft Wood Wash Stand, Sheraton Mahogany Chest, Mahogany Shaving Stand, Hepplewhite Walnut Stand, Cherry Drop Leaf Table, Walnut Table (spool legs); Mahogany Card Table, Brass Bed, Walnut Extension Table, Walnut Book Case, Set of 6 Walnut Cone Seated Chairs; Set of 6 Kitchen Windsor Chairs with original decorations; Several Stands, (spool legs and others). Small Walnut Ladies Desk, Walnut Chest, Pine Kitchen Table, Hutch Table Base, O G Frame, Child's Desk, 6-Leg Walnut Hepplewhite Drop Leaf Table, ,Set of 4 Fiddle-Back Mahogany Chairs; Frames (deep and oval); Many Old Books, Prints, Samplers and Collection of Goethe Magazines (with steel engravings); Steeple Clock, hand-forged iron letters. IL L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY 104 E. Washington St, Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE INSURANCE AND DISHES Bisque figurines, many pieces of art glass, collection of pitchers fdelft lustre china) onion patterned Meissen, tea s~t in Moss Rose (pink lustre brand), Majolcia, Bennington, and many other good pieces. China consists of Canton, Stafford- shire, Porcelain and Ironstone. Glass consists of goblets, pttchers and odd pieces, both clear, colored and patterned; old bottles, stone jars, Button collection, steins and lamps of all descriptions, covered compotes, milk glass pieces and many other good saleable articles too numerous to mention. REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. Repre~nti~g THE TRAVELERS, Hartford Later in ghe evening Mr. and Mrs. John Myrick of Martinsburg were t~lue .ahd Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. David Grove of family of Charles Town were visi- tors Sunday af~ternoon wi,t~ Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove and family. Vickie Blue visited Sunday with Gall Slusher. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town visited Sun day afternoon with Mrs. :Mary Bruce Furr. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wharton of Gharles Town were callers Friday afternoon with ,Mrs. Millard Ed- wards. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison and son George and Mrs. Belle Tarring of Bel Air, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long and daugh- ters Joy and Kristi of Martins- burg were viistors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis. Charles Town, W. V& PHONE :-- Day 370: Night General Hospital of a son to Rev. and Mrs. Henry H. Smifh of Buckannon. Va. There are now three boys in the family. Mrs. Smith ,and children have been with her mother Mrs. Elmer Roder ick for several weeks. The Eastern Panhandle Saddle Club Rodeo was represented by t'his commu~Aty Sunday afternoon _a~mong those attending from here were Mr. Howard Bush, sons Bob SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVO 4--B THURSDAY, ,and Sonny, David Boyer, J,ackled death when he l~pes and Taylor Russell. I back of ~he tractor Escapes Injury [er takeoff resul,tin~ Charles Fultz, one of the five Ibeing torn off and year old twins, sons of Mr. and his neck. The neck was 'Mrs. Charles ~ultz who reside on ed and one arm ,the Woodland Farm owned ~by strain. His ~ather Mr. Robert Cain, narrowly escap- ~,the tractor. O Heavy wet wash turns fluffy dry in just minutes in the Maytag Gas Dryer. Touch the controls and the extra capac- ity blower streams 150 cubic feet of safe, low-temp heat minute through your wash. Here's high speed d~Ting at rock bottom cost with economical gas as your wash