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ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Memorial Fund Gift The Kabletown Church Memor- ial Fund has received a gift from Mrs. Ger~rnde Boyd was lrans- Attend Church Meeilng ferred the lalter part of last week Mesdames Nelson White, Frank in Germany. Mr. Haug will spend from lhe Charles Town General ttill, Burwell Ware and Clarence seven days in the Uniled Slates, I II I On Growing Crops INSURE IN A DEPENDABLE OLD LINE STOCK INSURANCE COMPANY "'For Lasting Sattslactton'" many, one of five living rela~ive~ New York C;i3' before re iurnin2 lo Gcrnmny on May 11. llospital which she entered on Smallwood attendeda church the last stop on a tour of around Tuesday previously to the meeting held Sunday afternoon in the world for a group of which he Kntt lthe Middleway Church. The ses- is the conductor. Rest Itome. Phone 20-F-024 Miss Mary Jane Dillow spent sion beginning at 2:30 lasting,I Mr. tiaug speaks six differenl Saturday night wilh her cousins through 4 o'clock was divided in- languages fluently and he is ser- Mr. and Mrs..;. W. Willingham of to two sections. Mrs. ,lames Wat- ving as an interpreter for a group Mrs. Joseph Mercer in commem- near Boyce, Va. son was in charge of one group of seven German peopie who are oration of the birthday of her late, Attend Rodeo Sunday studying the subject "Know making the trip. He is a lawyer husband Mr. Joseph Merc(r. I Mr and Mrs. It. O. Bush and Your Pupils" while Rev. S. F. But and hopes to write a thesis for his Miss..Caret Fritts., Charles, Town ' famil'y attende, d the rodeo Sun-' cher instructed the members of Doctor of Commercial Law degree and harry Kable entertained day afternon held on the exhibit the various commissions as to at Georgetown University in the friends lo ~/ Post prom party on ion grounds of the Eastern Pail- their duties. These sessions will near future. Saturday night, April 29th at A- handle Saddle Club near Martins- continue on each Sunday after- Mrs. Waggy has not seen her yon tIill, the home of the latter, burg. Sonny Bush returned home noon through the month of May. cousin since 1947. Those present besides the hostess with three blue ribbons and one Other members of the local chur- Sunday the family accompanied and host were other students of red. ch are urged to attend these meet Mr. Haug to the National Airport Charles Town High School' name-James Edward Murphy, Negro ings and get acquainted with the in Washington, where he and his ' work of the church, group left for a three day trip in ly Misses Pmge Shoemaker, Barof Charles Town also a former In Auto Accident bar, Coulter, Elizabeth Saville resident of this village where he Virginia Snyder, Messers Calvin was employed by Marcus Bros. Messer Eddie Seal and Walter !Fleming, Paul Coffman, Dannydied last Wednesday in the Bak- Painter figured in an auto accid- Eismon, Gary Kisner. er V. A. ttospital following a long ent last Sunday at noon when Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hughes ~f illness. Services were held Men- their cars collided on the corner Avon Hill attended the 500 card day morning at the Brown Fun-near the residence of Mr. H. ?n club difiner held last Friday at eral home Martinsburg with bur- Bush. The occupants were not the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin ial in Winchester, Va. National jured but some damage was done Fleming Charles Town. Cemetery. to the vehicles. Painter resides on Avon Wood Davy Farm where Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Boy- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slusher he is employed. er son-in-law and daughter of near Leetown their son-in-law and moved last week from the tenant daughter Mr .and Mrs. Cyrus Mol house on Mountain View Farm, Miss Patsy Clipp and Thomas Dillow spent Sunday afternoon er and son of near Shenandoahowner Mr. C. M. Mathias U. S.with her sister Mrs. Naricy Me- Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kline Rep. Frederick, Md. to the dwell of near Charles Town were din- ing on the "Drew Farm" recently Donald of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Willing- ner guests recently with Mr. and vacated by the Walter Burdick ham Peggy of Berryville were vis Mrs. C. D. Boyer at their home family. Lost 6 Beef Cattle itors Sunday afternoon with Mr. Henry Clipp and family. The H. W. Dick and Co. lost six Shannon Park. The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Hill, Valley View is being given a fresh coat of paint while Mr, H. O. Bush is painting the trine and porches of his home. Mr. Howard O. Bush started beef cattle within three days last kJ .. Carson, Lance week due to bloating by eating myors clover. James Johnston manager reported the cattle were on the Proclaim May 26, 27 Dailey farm near Myerstown. employment on Monday, May ls! Mrs. C. Henry Clipp, three dau All citizens of Charles Town with the State Road Commission. ghters accompanied her sister are urged to wear a memorial Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones, daughter Joan- poppy on Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Burwell Ware of Woodbyrne ne of Ranson on Sunday to visit May 26th and 27th in a proclamat- Farm accompanied by Miss Val- their father Mr. Rudolph Small- ion issued by Mayor Nicholas Car ley Markle attended the funeral wood to visit their father Mr. Rud son of Charles Town and Kelly on Friday of the late Mrs. Ralph olph Smallwod near Berrys Ferry Lance Jr. of Ranson setting the Va.. Ware of Berryville, Va. OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE! The following described real estate (of which George H. Hageley died seized and po sess about 1914 and which he divesed tothe children of his sister, Mollie E. Petty) will be offered for sale at Public Auction in front of the Court House in Charles Town, West Virginia, on SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S.T.) 1. Lot fronting about 70 feet on North side of East Liberty Street, in Charles Town, known as the McKnight prop- erty being the same real estate (less three out-conveyances which was conveyed to said Hagley by William K. Kurtz and wife by deed dater July 11, 1893, recorded in Deed Book 74, page 506. Said property is adjacent to Jefferson County Motors, and improved by two dwellings: a 2-story frame dwelling with furnace and both fronting on Liberty Street;. and a i-story brick and block dwelling fronting on alley in rear of said property. 2. A parcel of land fronting about 151.4 feet on South side of West Washington Street, in Charles Town, being a part of Lot No. 1 on the plat of the Shugart Tan Yard Property, dated Octo- ber 9th, 1899, recorded in Deed Book 86, page 115, said Lot No. 1 in its entirety having been conveyed to said Hagley by Forrest W. Brown, et al., Special Commissioners, by deed dated December 13, 1899, recorded in said Clerk's office in Deed Book 86, page 113; together with the benefit, if any, of the easement or right-of-way granted by said deed to said Hagley; and being all of said Lot No. 1 except a portion situate in the northwest corner which was conveyed by said Hagley and wife to George R. Wendling by deed dated November 12, 190 , recorded in Deed Book 92, page 397. Said property is improved by two dwellings: a 2- story brick dwelling fronting on West Washington Street; and a 2.story dwelling on the South side of Evitt's Run fronting on West (Mt. Parvo) Alley, this dwelling covered with imitation brick siding. These dwell- flags will be offered as separate properties with Evitt's Run the divid- ing line. 3. A parcel of land sit-'ate at inter,action of West Liberty Street and Mill Lane (now Water Street), in Charles Town, known the Anne Davis property, which was conveyed to said Hageley by Mary E. Davis by deed dated August 5, 1908, recorded in Deed Book 101, page 208, which will be sold in three separate parcels as follows: (a) A lot on west side of Evitt's Run fronting about 66 feet on Liberty Street, improved by a 2-story frame dwelling. (b) An unimproved lot situate on corner of West Liberty Street and Water Street, fronting about 60 feet on Liberty and 100 'feet on Water Street. (c) A lot fronting about 96 feet on Water Street improved by 3 small dwellings covered with imitation brick siding. r4t.hA parcel of land fronting about 76 feet on No side of East North Street, in Charles Town, known as the Wil- days aside as poppy days, pointing i out that wearing of the poppy is an individual tribute to the mem pry of America's war dead, the proclamation stated: "WHEREAS annual wearing of the memorial poppy is an indiv- idual tribute to the war dead, showing that we remember and are grateful for their sacrifices in our behalf now "Therefore, Nicholas Carson and Kelly Lance Jr. Mayor of the towns of Charles Town and Ran- son do hereby proclaim Friday and Saturday, May 26th and 27th to be Poppy Days. "The Family Under God" Will Be Sermon Sunday Morning For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur ch, corner of Seventh AVenue and North Mildred Street, Ranson an nounced Monday the following schedule of services for Sunday, May 14. The Service at 8:30 and 11:00 a. m.; sermon, "The Family Under God". Nursery held during worship. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph R. Staley, Su perintendent. Junior Luthera Lea Sue meets at the parsonage at 6:30 p. m.; Senior Luther League metes at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Brow, nie Scout Troop 15 meets at the church at 4:00 p. m.; United Lutheran Church Men will have a dinner meeting at 6:00 p. m. Thursday, Dens I and 2 of Cub Scout Pack 39 meets at 4:00 p. m.: Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Friday, Junior Choir practice at the church at 4:00 p. m. Interpreter For Touring Group Of Germans Is Cousin Of Mrs. Waggy Mr. and Mrs. William Q. Wag- gy and son Eric of Euclid Avenue CJaarles Town, spent the past weekend at the DuPont Plaza He. tel in Washington, D, C. where Mrs. Waggy met her cousin, Mr. Herbert Haug of Wiesbaden, Ger liam Allen property, which was conveyed to said Hageley by Forrest W. Brown, Special Commissioner, by deed dated March 7, 1906, recorded in Deed Book 97, page 49. Improved by 2 d vellings: a 2-story double residence, and a 1-story single residence, each covered with imitation brick siding. 5. Those certain lots or parcels of land, situate in Ranson, known as the Glove Factory property, fronting a total of about 130 feet on east side of North Mildred Street northwardly from its in- tersection with 7th Avenue, and extending back eastwardly of equal width along 7th Avenue about 125 feet to an alley; being a part of Block No. 117 as shown on the plat of the lands of the C. T. M. M. & I. Company's Addition, of record in Deed Book X, page 1, and being the same real estate conveyed to said Hagley by 2 deeds, each dated August 20, 1903, the first from John A. Washington recorded in Deed Book 93, page 419, and the second from H. H. Cooke et als., recorded in Deed Book 93, page 420; together with the benefit, if any, but subject to the reserva- tion, of that certain right-of,-way across the northerly portion of said real estate, as described in the first of said deeds. Improved by a 2- story brick building, now occupied by the Simons Rest Home, consisting of 6 rooms, 2 baths and furnace, which has been occupied as two separate apartments in the past. Hit By Automobile" Anthony Essex, .h'., five year old Charies Town Negro y(;ulh, received laceralions of the mouth which required treatment at tllo office of a local physician early Friday afternoon. Driver of the automot)ile Paul tIerman IAskcy, Route 1, Kear- 6. A certain lot fronting about 30 feet on north side of Ann Street in Charles Town, known as the Reeler property, which was conveyed to said Hagley by S. W. Washington, Trustee, by deed dated January 10, 1914, recorded in Deed Book 110, page 260. Improved by a 2.story frmne dwelling. All buildings are now rented. Lessees will be permitted to occupy premises until September 1, 1961, on present lease terms. TERMS:--May be arranged at Bank of Charles Town. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, Agent' HEIRS OF MOLLIE E. PETTY. PAUL MILLER, JR., Auctioneer. May 11- 3t. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. II neysville, stopped his car immed- iately upon striking the youth and rendered assistance. No charge was preferred in the accident ,sin ce witnesses said the youth dart- ed into the path ot' the car. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADI 6--B 'rltURSDAY, MAY GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY GO TO CHURCH a FOR YOUR READY-MIX CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, THORN Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 i ../f ... with these pre-mixed bags of fungicide and insecticides. We've using ORTHO Blends since they were put on the ma Robert Pagel, fruit grower of Berrien Springs, Michigan, knows wh he's talking about. He says the complete ORTHO program he's on since 1953 keeps him in business. ORTHO Custom Blends are combinations of insecticides and fungicides, formulated in proportions to suit the special needs of your crop. 13ecause the, packaged in sizes to fit specific tanks, they take the guesswork of crop protection. You're sure of proper dosage and pro every time. ORTHO save work, too. A few mi is all it takes to open a bag and put it in the tank. There's no s age, no messi s. And handy single bags cut down inventory, save warehouse space. Your ORTHO Fieldman or Dealer will be p to advise you on the right Custom Blend for your particular croP' T.~. Rta, u. ,. e*~. ovF., OeTHO. OS akL C~ENJCAL., MtAO m~CTPONS ANO C^UVlONS BCVO~C US[. HELPING THE WORLD GROW BETTEg ORTHO Fieldman Rufus Dayton inspects some of Mr. Pagel's fruit trees. CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION ............................................. 133 Kings Highway E., i BILL LONG Braddock Heights, Maryland Phone JIM BEAVER Winchester, Va. Phone