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VILLE Dorothy Lake ram Last Week Party nga Stanley Par- of Mrs. Floyd Mil afternoon were Wiley Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Mrs. Sr., Mrs. Joseph Magaha, Mrs. rs. Donald Magaha, and Mrs. Jos Dunlap was the t Mrs. Milton served chips and nuts. Cave and Mr. Mur were recent of Mr. and Mrs. several days with her sister and brother-in-law Mr .and Mrs. Roy Honk and children of Winchester, Vs. Glenn Wiltshire went to Balti- more, Md. on Monday to take a test so he can enter the Air Force He passed his test and expects to leave soon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin spent Thursday even- J ing with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus and son Eric of Winchester, Va. Mrs. Pittman Russell and dau- ghter Karen of Winchester, Vs., tr. Gor-Jon of Eainbur ., Mr. and Elmore Weaner and ,and . tatod the ha]ante. toverl: conveyed by the . a:a ,to which reference ix haa. . SPIRIT Or AD OCA Va. speht several days:the past[son Freddie Lee of Lovettsville,[ Mrs. Bartlett, the president sta[Wileys to the Trustees of thc[ (6) And finally, that certain[THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1961 , 3--C week with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. [Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire [ted that the club had one bloodIPentacstial Full Gospel Church~tract described as a art-angular[ .~__~= ------.--- --- Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lake motor- ~ and children of Harpers Ferry [donor at hte recent Bloodmobile at Mannings, by deed dated July tract lying between the old coun-[ . ed to Edinburg, Va. on Thursday' and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshirel visit. A letter from the Red Cross ~1, 1941, recorded in said Deed .ty.road and State Route No. 9,. ad itAmer]c~ Is A Better hmenca-lh~nks To Advertising" to take Mr. Gordon home. They and sons of Ranson were Sunday .thanking the Club for their con- Book 154 in said Clerk s office, joining the lands of sa!.d Wilts,L returned home on Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilt tribution was read. thence parallel to said north line said Church and stud Wiley: andt Mrs..Frankie Longerbeam and shire. The club made plans to support of said Wiley oroverty and par- oeslgnmea on me 'fiat ot LOIS' I daughter Tracey recently spent Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and and to participate in the Clean allel to the-soutl~ line of said from the Southwest corner of the son Kevin spent Wednesday ev- up Parade on May 5 at 7:30 P. M. Church property (leaving a strip B. C. Washington tract, made by ..... BENEFIT ..... :---Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Bread, Celery, Fruit, Cookies, Hard-Boiled Egg and Beverage---ALL FOR THE PRICE OF $1.50. TICKETS may be had from any of Charles Town Kiwanis Club. ening with Mrs. Edwin Pope and children and Mrs. Mary Lilla of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kain and son and Mrs. Scott Himes of Har pers Ferry recently spent an ev- ening with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Arvin and children of Brunswick, Md. spent Sunday with the latters mother Mrs. Joe Wilt. Jwceecttes Have Business Meeting; Discuss Projects The Jefferson County Jaycee- ettes met at the home of Mrs. Paul Propps on April 13, at 8:00 p. m. with eight members pres- ent. The President called the meeting to order. The minutes of the previous monthly meeting were read and approved. The treasurer gave a report of the checks issued in the past month IIII |111 _ _ THE FFLVIN T. STRIDER CO COLONI VI'NERAL HOMF Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 Telephones . 162 AVAILABLE at Park on May 30 9:00 A. M. Until 1:00 P. M. YOUR TICKETS EARLY. . . 7V Radio - Television - CHARLES LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE ii _ ii ii largest termite control .rganixation" ~.~ Hi Fi Stereo ,5OOl:) GL AR ,NTEE W El B' S Afi;instFuture TIDrmite Dama,ge i j, : Ikpresented nationally by ever 1800 lumber dealerl Radios, Television, For free inspection call ' Appliances West Washington Stree! TOWN 47 Charles Town, W. W NICELY SUPPLY CO., INC. The ,~an with NEW IDEAS FOR A, NE W E/YA Charles Town, W. Vs. George: St. \ '.... " NORMAN E. KISNER he. estate o the late L. W. Grim will sell the Office City Building Gara4e Equipment at Public Auction located on Telephone 552 ltreet Extended, Berryvllle, Virginia, on Route 7, M, .Charles Town, W. Va. TU DAY, AY20, 1961 ! [IN, G AT~ 10:00 O CLOCK A. M. (E.S.T) PERSONAL" PROPTRTY! B"iATIONWlDE ~ MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY , | ,j..~r-~ MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPAFFf | Lble Electric Welder, 1 Small Air Compressor, |'~.." t+tmsu.mcEcoMPtm | nd Acetylene Welder (mounted in '49 Chevrolet sem.mrw.: ~um~us, O~m ERetria Welder 185 Amp.; 1 Ford Tow Truck, '55 ': Pickup, South Bend Meta~l Lay (good as new); BNT[R l~ress, 1 h.p. Motor; Bench Grinder, 1 Large. i Buffer, Eleet+le Metal Saw, Air Compressor, Itear 111I.., Tester, Spark Plug Cleaner, Portable Battery .trait Wheel Bal~noer, ~/~-Ton Car Trailer, YOURSELF, I Anvll+ 1 Air Jack, 3 ]Floor Js~l~, ~-inch BE ~lll ~/~-inch Electric Drill, National Cash Register, Outboard Motor, Lot of Welding Rod, Radia- Fan Bolts. All Kinds of Parts, 1 Electric Coca Motor Oil. Welding Table with Vice and Fan; Shop Tools of All Kinds; 1 Boat Trailer, and Trucks; 1 Blacksmith Forge, Lots. of Junk. of Dyes and Taps; 1 Boar Wheel Alignment, and Tires (650x20) 8-ply; Neon Electric of Articles too numerous to mention. ;"-CASH. Nothing to be romeved until settled for. W. . rM'S E,qT kTE CLIFTON WHITE, Admr. With the SONOTONE SOYEREIGN Our First Eyeglass Hearing Aid with all these better hearing benefits: Natural Telephone Listening Normal Listening Zones Cold Weather Power Automatic Volume Control Straight Line Sound Conduction Dinaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour ComfoR Color Choice Hew Clarity If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" my solve your hearing problem. PHARMACY I04 E. Washington St, Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. I URR,/Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 Austioneer. AND LARRICK, Clerks. ~Administrator at Borryvllle 102-J-22 or Aac- +~rryvllle 74-W-2. PERSONAL PROPERTY Betty Jane Kisner and Geraldine Dorsey were appointed to this committee. The President asked the Club members to support a project for volunteer workers at the Charles Town General Hospital. She ask-I ed that interested persons contact Mrs. H. H. Hunter. The Club members discussed a various number of money mak- ing projects. They decided to hold 10 feet wide in between) in an easterly direction 310 feet to a point, thence at right angles in a southerly direction 72 feet along the line of other Wiley property to a point, corner with Wiley, thence at right angles in a wes-" terly direction 310 feet to another point in the east line of said J. Jas. Skinner, S. J. C., as Lot No. 4 and being the same real estate which was conveyed to said Wilts by Nellie May eden and husband, by Deed dated Ap. ril 29, 1.,44; recorded in said Clerk's office in Deed Book 160, Page 318, to which deed and said plat thereto attached reference a White Elephant auction at their next monthly meeting and also that each member should brin.g another item with a resale value, such as home made candy, pie. County road, thence at right an- is made. gles in a northerly direction along I LESS, HOWEVER, LOT NO. 5, the east line of said road 72 feet ] on said plat (being 62 feet by 85 to the point of beginning, contain feet deep) conveyed to said eden ingfive-eights of an acre, more or by said Wilts by deed bearing less, it" being the same real es: same date. tate which was conveyed to the And likewise being the same :said John L. Wilt and Martha E. property which was conveyed to etc. Wilt, his wife by Robert H. Wil- the said Ernest Hardy and Jos- Mrs. Carl Merchant, Mrs. Alvin. ley and wife, by deed dated Mar- ephine Hardy by Robert B. Ott Ennis, Jr., Mrs. Donald Noland, [ch 24, 1942, recorded, in said of- and Yola V. Ott by deed bearing and Mrs. Donald Engle were ap-jfice in Deed Book" 156, Page 477 date the 24th day of January, 1956 pointed to serve with a Jaycee ]to which reference is hereby had. and of record in the office of the committee on the annual Install- Clerk of the County Court of Jef- ation Dinner and Dance. [, (2) Also that certain right-of ferson County, West Virginia, in The nominating committee ap-| way for pipe line and water pur Deed Book 209. Page 406, to pointed by the President was: Hel poses for domestic use over the which said deed and the referen- en Anders, Ann Propps and Lor- adjoining property of said Wileys ce therein contained, reference is na Lee Wade. They were asked have the report ready for the May meeting at which time the elec- tion of officers would be held. A project for the opening of the Park on May 30 was discuss- ed. The business meeting was ad- journed. Delicious refreshments of ap- ple pie with ice cream and coffee wre srved by the hostess and co- hostess, Mrs. Paul Propps and Mrs. Irvin Propps. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY conveyed to them by said deed hereby made. from William H. Wilson, unmar- TERMS OF SALE ried, described as beginning at One-third (~) cash on day of approximately the intersection of sale, balance in two (2) equal in- boundary lines at the northeast- sallments, evidenced by the notes ern corner of said Wilt property of the purchaser, bearing even above described and the southeast date with day of sale, payable on ern corner of the ten foot strip or before one (1) and two (2) between their property and the years after date, respectively, property conveyed to said Chur- bearing interest from date at six ch Trustees, above set forth, and per cent (6%) per annum, pay- on March 24, 1942, and proceed- able semi-annually, secured by a ing thence over said Wiley prop- erty in a straight line (except where necessary to go around a substantial amount of rock or other obstruction) approximately 300 feet to a head spring in an easterly direction from said Wilt tract of land, together with neeess ary ingress and egress for the pur pose of maintaining said pipe line in use and operation, which said right-of-way was conveyed to the said John L. Wilt and Martha E. Wilt, his wife, by Robert H, Wil- ey and wife by deed dated July 18, 1942, recorded in said Clerk's of- fice in Deed Book 157, Page 316. (3) Also that certain tract be- | ,NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE ginning at a point in the east side of of the road at the northwestern Valuable Real Estate o ner of said Wilt property (con ------- veyed to them by said Wileys by By virtue of the authority yes- deed dated March 24, 1942, record led in said Deed Book 156, Page ted in me by a Deed of Trust dat 477) and running thence north- ed July 8, 1958, executed by Er- wardly with said road a distance nest Hardy and Josephine Hardy, [ of 10 feet to the property of said husband and wife to the under-iPentacostal Church, thence with signed, James M. Mason, 3d., Trus~ said Church property eastwardly tee, to secure the payment of that 310 feet, thence with said Church certain note therein described, re property (at the rear thereof) nor corded in the office of the Clerk of he County Court of Jefferson thwardly 16 feet, thence eastward ~oUnty, West Virginia, in Deed ly again 75 feet, thence southwax Book 225, Page 401, the said note I dly 98 feet, thence westwardly 75 feet to the said Wilt line (at the now being due and payable and default having been made in the rear thereof), thence with same 'payment thereof, the undersigned northwardly 72 feet, thence with having been required so to do by same westwardly 310 feet to the the holder of said note, will offer point of beginning, all of said ~o~ ~ale, a* ~u~,c ,.ct~on to *~e:*"=~ ~ei~/!~,t a~!:~ ~:~ highest bidder at the front door Strip at lana.,oemg ~-..p ____ of the Court House in Charles" anTm1,ng. sala ,orme~ e;t~ Ps~ePs Town, Jefferson County, West Vir , erty at zne norm ~o _s _ -eal ~,inia on SATURDAY, JUNE 3 mereoL ann aemg me same ~/e~ ", ~w~,T ~,~ ,~xr ~n.nm ~' estate Which was conveyed to the '~ff "r~AVT T~_U'~r~ CAXrT~ miME. sam donn ~. wu[ ann w~xe vy ~ o tha q/~11~t~inct flacorihad oanqo, err n..h~, a.u .z.~, uj., ............. ~ ........... ~" ' d d uous parcels of real estate, with dated .O~ober 31, 1942, recO]~e:d improvements thereon, situated m sa~a uler_Ks .%Lice m~ on the south side of W. Va. High t~O.~K ~?~, ,'age ?uu. _. "--t way No. 9 and east of the Shenan (~) .ALSO ,,71: cer~a~met;eal doah River, in Jefferson County, which ~.s a par~ oz [ne s~u) -aid West Virginia to wit" estate mat was conveyea m s ,~ ,r,,,, :,',,,.~ "~.,~,,, .... ~,, Church Trustees by said Wileys tract beginning at a point in the by said deed da.tedM~chh 24, 11942 east line of the old county road recoruea m sma" ~e~r~be~a~ a ~age all, anu IS 236 feet south of the 1north line .......... ,f thn Pan1 est~t.~ o-nvaved to Rob certain strip ot lU teez wise Oy eft H. Wiley and wife, by Will., 3!0 feet ]~adepth,f b~mgor~tJ~ tam H. Wilson, unmarried, by gma.r m ~ pe,,o ....... deed dated July 1, 1941: recorded person ot sam cnuren m~ anu in the Office of the Clerk of the adjoining .a.similar str~p conve~d County Court of said County in ~.o sa.m wins .~en ~eet zn w ,,__ Deed Book 154 Pa~e 340 and 10 nzewme Dy sam wneys, on the ~o+ .... +~ ,f +~" ~,,~+h t+~o ,, +h,~ south, said strip herein conveyed ............................... ~ fronting 16 feet on the east side ,~m~,,~m~-,,mm,.~mm~,~sm of the State Road and running back between parafiel lines to said WiR property in the rear which bounds it on the east being bounded on the north by the remainder of said Church property, and being the same real estate which was conveyed to said Wilts by Virginia Dillow, et a!., Trustees of said Church, by deed i dated October 31, 1942, recorded DR. O. T. REITER FOOT SPECIALIST Will Be In Charles Town At the Farm located 4 miles West of Tysons Corner, Vs,, on Route 7. Follow Signs to Sale. FRIDAY, 19th, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (E.D.T.) Deed of Trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire insur ance in reasonable amounts upon the buildings thereon, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may desire. James M. Mason 3rd Trustee To inspct this property call Char les Town: 16. May l~4t- 65 HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 65 29 Milking Cows 8 Springers ?e! Heifers 8 Yearling Ileifers 13 Heifer Calves 1 Bull Calf TReated for T. B. and Bangs. DAIRY EQUI MENT \ 220 Gallon ~/lilk Tank, 3 McCormick Milking Units; 80 Gallon Electrid Hot Water Heater. FARM MACHINERY 350 Tractor Utility (3 bottom plow, front-end Loader; ~cr~per) H Tractor; Mower; Post Hole Digger: Cultivator: Cut-Off Saw; New HoLland Blower; 2 New Idea Spreaders (120 Bu.) with Ensilage Bodys; Two Bottom 14-in. McCormick Plow: Cut-Away Disc: Power Sprayer with Booms; BrtlHon Seeder; New Hollznd 77 Baler; Side Delivery Rake: Meo Cormick 2 Row Corn Planter: Spring Tooth Harrow: New Ides Corn Picker: Gehl Chopper c/9; 2 W~gons; 2 TraJlers. Many Articles too numerous to mention. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. TERMS :---CASH. DR. CLIFFORD FOB INFORMATION CONTACT: STAN HAWORTH AUCTION WARRENTON, VIRGINIA May 11 - 2t. As the Executor of the Estate of Ray X. Merchant, we will sell Merchandise, Equipment, Grocerys, Household Goods, Race Horse and Tack Supplies, located en Fifth Avenue, Ranson, W. Vs., on BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP (D.S.T.) A. WEBB OWNER, B Many Bottles, Jars, Boxes and Cans of Absorbin, Victor Gill Remedy, Slo~n's Linament, Saver's Llnament, Combault's Caustic Balm, Dr. Kincade's Linament, Kendell's Counter Irritant, Spohn's Compound, Mosso's Oil-O-Sol. M. A. C. Counter Irritant, V. P. C. Creollne, Tytengo Leg Tightner, Mack's Blue Leg Lotion, Tin Bar Linament, Epsom Salts, Equine Toner, Kwik Leg Tightner, Tweeds Liniment, Me- Knight Halr Pamsde. Glycerin, Chevinal Bigeloil, Kwik Leg Paint, Sot Be, Equine Toner, Fitzsimmons Leg Paint, Wllco=~on's Perfection Linament, Eye Gene, Suifoil, Ball Solution, Harvey's Embrocation, Menthol&turn, Asthmedor, Phillips Corona Ointment, Hea~Ikwik Liquid, Healkkwlk Paste, Clo~te's Counter Irritant, Caster ell, Dowdelrs Absorbent Sweat, Tuttier's Elmer, H~r]em Oil, Chloroform Linament, Petroleum Jelly, Rubbing Alcohol, Vlek's Salve, Antiqhlogestine, Hess Bros. Mineral Water, Cod Liver Oil, Lambert's Irish Reducine, Kex Wheat Germ Oil, Vets Oil, Veterinary Mineral Oil, Ortho Stock Spray, Columbin Anteseptle Powder, Moleskin, Dr.. Conley's Freeze-P~cks, Seal Tex Bandages, Elastoplast Bandages, Ace B~nd~- ges, Preso Slastie, Dr. Lewis Heat P~cks, Arcaro Run Down Patches, $ohnson & Johnson Adhesive Tape, Numotizine, Propert's Saddle Soap, Pine Tar, Pratt's Pine Oil, Mollimentum & Valentine's Hoof Dressing. 6 Cases Wilcoxson's Perfection Linament; Case Whtttqod Isopropye Rubbing Compound; 4 Gallons of Vinegar; 3 Packages Fly Killer Kitchen Bouquet; 6 Bottles of Linmnent; 2 Dozen 5-Lb. Epsom Salts; Case of Peroxide; 8 Gallon Chevtnal Syrup; Bridles, Halters, Cribbing Str~ps, Shaddow Roils, Stirrup Leathers, Gog- gles, Sweat Scrapers, D Bit, Rain Rubbers, Girths, Syringles, Tie Chaxn~ Tong~, Shanks. Girth Covers Cotton Roils Bandage Cloth, Pony Bridle, Halter, Ssuidie grid Girth; Rain Pants and Jackets. Towels, Irish Linen Saddle Cloths, Sponges, C~m, ry Combs. Hoof Picks, Open End Safety Pins, Snaps and Screw Eyes, ~ Hay Racks, Oak Split Basket, Wool Cooler-~ Gerard Cold Packs, Victor Raring Phttes, Castile Soap, Charger Brushes, Sponges, Cdycerine Saddle Soap &rot N~ Other Items Usually Found in a Race Horse Tack Shop. 2 W. C. Allen Cash Re~;~ters, Kenmore C al Stove, Frigidaire Refrigerator, Filing Cabinet and DisplaY Case. : : Kello . 's Linseed Oil, Wbitelock TurDentine and Many Gallons of Empire State in various colors. [ _ AT 12"00 NOON THE FOLLOWING WILL BE SOT,D: .... 1955 PONTIAC 4 D STATION W ,C.ON. 195 WA, HUA HOTTSE TRATT,ER (About 8'x 40,, Very Clean, Excellent Condition.) Place and time we wilt Sell the following:-- Electric Range (pra~l+eally new); 1 Coal and 1 Warm Morning Heater. I Victor Adding l~ds Complete. 3-Piece Living Room Suite. 3 Lamps. 1 8-Day Clock, 1 Roll-Too Desk 1 Stand. 1 Wardrobe. 1 Chest of Drawers. 2 1 Tr~mk. 1 D~.v B~d. 1 Enamel-To~ Table and VAcuum Churner. 1 Double Wash 'rub. 1 L~twn tv~e): 1 Yard Ret, t~e. I Girq's Bicycle. D~hes. 38 S. & W. Revolver. 1 Sin~de Barrel 12- R~rrel 20 Gauge, 1 Bolt Action 22 Moss- scamp), two 22 Cat Rifles, 1 Band Saw, A Lot of Hand Tools. Garden Tools, and A Articles too numerous to mention. MRR. FT 31tENCE RTM NOTE:--Garage E~utnment will be sold the sale of Garage Equipment Household be Sold. Interested in Good Garage Equipment Don't ~tXGHTs RESERVED. 4 18. i + i AFTERNOON and NIGHT From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. 107 South Charles Street in said Clerk's office in Deeo Book 158, Page 4, to which re- Telephone 519-M I ference is had. . : EVERY THURSDAY (511 Also that certain tract be- ginning a~a point on the east side ~'~m~'~~'*~m~e 'of the public road at the corner of the lot owned by the said Wilts and the eastern boundary of said public road, thence with the east- ern boundary of said pul~lie road {]2 feet to a point in the land of Robert H. Wiley and wife, made a corner with the eastern boun- dary of sa~d road 10 feet from the line of Ott, thence preserving a distance of 10 feet from the line of said Ott and parallel with it in an easterly direction a distance of 385 feet to a point, made a corner with other land 'of said Wileys, thence at right angle by new line running in a northerly direction 62 feet to a corner with the said Wilt lot, thence with the Wilt line westerly 385 feet to the point or place of beginning in the east- ern boundary of the public road, forming a lot fronting on the east side of said state road 62 feet and extending back with parallel lines a distance of 385 feet, adjoining the lands of said Wilts and said Wileys, and being the same real estate which was conveyed to said Wilts by Robert H. Wiley and wife by deed dated November 6, 1943, recorded in said Clerk's of- fice in Deed Book 159, Page 328, Walnut Table, Small Desk, 2 Double Beds, Springs and Mattresses; 4 81retie Beds with Springs and Mattresses; 3 Wardrobes, some metal; Oak Buffett, $ 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 Apartment Size Gas Stove. Gas Heater. Oil Heater, 4-Bhrner Gas Stove, A8 Steel Door and Window i~mopy; Old Stove, Toilet TiSsue, 4-Ply Tire, 7x10, 16-in.; Roof Paint, 5 50-Gallon Oil Drums, Hoover Vacuum Cleaner, Electric Heater, Trunks, 37Bath Tubs, Briar Scythe, ~ Shovels, 3 Brau Pipe~. All Kinds of Canned Foods, Candy, Groceries. Household Supplies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Usually Found in a General Store; Also Sun ~, Clocks, Wrist Watches, Cigarette Lighters, and Numerous Sundry Item~ EXECUTOR. TERMS:--CASH ON DAY OF SALE. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. May 4, 11 and 18-3t. II II II I I I IuI I I I i)