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May 25, 1961

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Seventeen seniors made up the graduating class at Page Jackson High School in Charles Town on Wednesday night when the ann- ual commencement exercises were held in the school gymnas- ium. This was 11 less than the record class of last year. Speaker of the Jefferson County School ifor the commencement program Board, with Lowell Hetzel, also was Dr. Oliver S. Ikenberry, pres a member of the school board, pre ident of Shepherd College. The senting the various scholarshipsI graduates were presented their and other awards. Members of! diplomas by Mrs. Norman Cor- the graduating class are: Front row (left to right)--Georgene bin, of Charles Town, a member iBailey' Thomas Payton, Ora Wash To settle the Estate of Irene Jenkins and Sadie To settle the Estate of Irene Jenkins and Property located on 7th. Avenue, Ranson, W. Va., Jefferson County, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1961 BEGINNING AT 1:30 P. M. (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS Victor Deep Freeze, Hot Point Electric Range, Frigidaire Refrigerator, Corner Cupboard, Grand- father Clock, Love Seat, Silverware, Electric Appli- ances, Cooking Utensils, Assortment of Dishes in- cluding Ironstone and Haviland China, Other Arti- cles that are not mentioned. NOTE: :--This Sale was stopped due to bad weather (rain) 4 weeks ago and will be finished this Wednesday, May 31, 1961, all of the dishes and large pieces of furniture are to be sold yet. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. FRANCIS M. JENKINS, ADMINISTRATOR. EDWARD" (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. --- R. E. MORELAND, Clerk, May 25- lt. ington, Wilson Johnson, Char lotte Adams, Ward Fields, Alice D0tson. Second row (left to right) Fonda Braxton, Harry Rideoutt, Jacqualin Hall, Gloria Russ, i Ralph Clinton, Cynthia Rideoutt. Back row (left to right)--Lucille Carr, Dora Roy, Clarence Bran- son, Laura Berry, (Photo by Tim Sinn) Auction Sale Saturday Harpers Ferry Fire Hall An auction sale will be held Sat urday, May 27 at the Friendship Fire Hall in Harpers Ferry begin ning at 1 o'clock for the benefit of the Harpers Ferry High School band uniforms. The sale is being sponsored by the Harpers'Ferry Bolivar Lions Club. Many useful and valuable items will be offered at the sale includ- ing electric ranges, washing ma- chines, kitchen sets. radios, Au- tomatic dish washer, clock, lots of furniture, dishes, clothing and many other useful articles too numerous to mention. In case of rain the sale will be postponed until the following Saturday. Mrs. Bruce Rogers and daugh- ter of Leitersburg, Md. were sup per guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Winlder. Mrs. H. H. Hunter Restgns Red Cross Position In County Mrs. H. H. Hunter, who has been serving as executive secre- tary. of the Jefferson County Red" Cross Chapter Since February, 1960, submltted her resignation to the Chapter's Board of Direct- ors at their regular monthly meeting held Thursday evening, May 18. The board accepted the resignation with regret. Even though she Is leaving the secretary's post, Mrs. Hunter ex- pressed the wish to continue to assist the Red Cross program as a volunteer worker in the future. Named By Legion Auxiliary To Go To Girl's State MISS CAROLYN URQUHART Miss Carolyn Urquhart, daugh- ter of Rev. and Mrs. Russell J. Urquhart, has been selected by the American Legion Auxiliary, Jackson-Perks Unit No. 71, Char- les Town as their delegate to the 19th annual session of Rhododend ron Girls State at Jackson's Mill, West Virginia, June 11-17, 1961. Miss Urquhart, selected ior out standing qualities in leadership, character, scholarship, etc., is a member of the Baptist Church, sings in the Church choir, plays piano for the Sunday School, serves as treasurer of her class, is President of Y. W. A. Council of her Church and tl#is past year was chosen one of the six out- standing girls in the Young Wo- men's Auxiliary in the Virginia District, She has been an active member in the Dolly Madison 4-H Club and is currently serving as its President. As a freshman in school, Car- olyn attended the annual Kiwanis Club Banquet for outstanding members. As a sophomore, she was presented the Spanish award. She is a member of the Gordon Eismon Chapter of the National Honor Society and serves as pi- anist for that troupe. She is also Student Assistant Librarian. Confirmation Class Of Seven Received Sunday At Lutheran Church A Confirmation Class of seven members was received at St. The mas Evangelical Lutheran Church on Pentecost Sunday, May 21, 1961. They are, from left to right in the front row: Ronald Dewey Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson; Henry Clay Mc Cormick, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay McCormick; and Michael Ray Walters, son of Mrs. Charles Sager. Second row-Robert Thomas Benton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carl Benton; Walter Lee Loope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loope, Bluemont, Va.; Shelva Jean An- derson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson; and Otho Swing- ley Bloom, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bloom. RA WS Mr. and Mrs. Elish Webb of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Dav id Webb and Mr. Arthur Webb and daughter Elizabeth were all recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters and son of Pleasant Valley, Md. Mr. and Mrs. James Ashby and son of Berryville, Va. visitd on Wed., with Mr. and Mrs. John Smallwood and also with Mr. and Mrs. Jams Camron and family. Mr. Arthur Webb was a recent visitor with his uncle Mr. Epp Webb of Bolivar who has been very ill for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Trussell of Salem, Va. with them Miss MaryI SPIRIT OFJEFFERSON raamz ADVOCI; .... Louise Trussell of Madison Col-I 2--A lege, Harisonburg, Va. spent the~ weekend visiting Mr. and.Mrs. M. I the home of Mr. A~erva "tmn and treat~.e~~ C. Trussell of Ranson. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thompson land family. Harold Jr~ce is staying awh~~ viisted on Sunday with Mr. andI Mrs. Ralph McCauley. M~h e of hm grandfath~ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Walker and ",~,f,~,~,~.,~,f,~',~,~,lJ~,~~,~,~,~',f:~cfJ~'~*~~ : son of Washington visited on Sun day with Mrs. Kathleen Atkins. Mr. Page Arnol and son of Ha- gerstown, Md. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Watson cel ebrated their wedding anniver- sary on Sunday with a big dinner givn by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mc- Cauley, Mr. and Mrs. Claude The mpson and the two Watson daugh ters Kathy and Kern were there to help them celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauck and daughters Roxanne and Pam with them Mr. Bobby Writt visi- ted with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tre nary in Hagerstown on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Har61d Webb and son Bruce of South Lawn, Md. visited Friday and Saturday at THE CLARKE COUNTY DISCUSSION PRESENTS The Much Discussed Official Documentary the Un-American Activities C0 mittee THE OPE HOUSE, BERRYVILLE ADMISSION FREE: The price of a prescription should involve these three factors; the cost of ingre- dients~ the compounding time and a modest profit. That is the basis on which we com- pound each "Reliable" pre- scription, Make it a point to bring us your Doctor's pre- scriptions. Thank you! NICHOLS & STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephono 173 Charles Town, W. Va. I )viii sell the Following Personal P ( erty, l*i 2 miles East of Rippon, W. Va,, 7 in es SoU, '!i' : of Charles Town, W. Va., at Myerstawn, W.[ Jefferson County, on , ' | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1961 BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK:N N HOUSEHOLD G??DS, ETC II Wain her C pbo d, 16 C. t,~ Dee~ Fr "~! F t.S Yd: i:e r~::rl~" 11 elIs?m; Cur ::for~ alR:::d,~ i: ~ ~tbl~e; ~" Drop Leaf Table, Wash Stand, Flower Stand~,~Buffet T~ sene 4-Burner Stove; China Closet, Sever~l:'~Roeke~l='~ Chairs, DayB ed, 4 Beds and Springs; Woodet~ ~Bed, '$i Gas Stove, with Oven; Several Tables,'~e~SaSe, I~' Porch Swing, Twin Bed, Springs and Mattress; ~[~ Cabinet, 2 Rugs, Bar Stool, 12-Gauge ShOi i~un, l~~ 2rCOrn Shellers, 3 Butchering Kettles, Saus~'Grindd'[ P ess, Oil Drum, 50-ft. 3/4 Hose, 75,fL F.~xtensto~ Power Reel Mower, Screen Doors, 2 Doors, l~Flndow ~ Sprayer, Electric Motor, Garden INow, Wrenches, Hoes, Shovels, Other Tools; 3 Small Out Bujlding$~ 3 x 9, 3 x 9; Cooking Utensils, Trunks, Food !C~nder, ~ Pots, Tubs, Glass Jars, Chicken Feeders, S'uga~ Bucket~ tric Fans, Toaster, Lamps, Dishes including Chin$~ Filled with Old Dishes; Punch Bowl Set, ~,~ Arti~] numerous to mention. ~ TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until se%'; MRS. G. W. FRIT Tr: EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. / / R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rights Reserved. - "A DELIGHTFUL SANDWICH" My family is very fond of what wecali "TUNABuRGERS". Tunafish, held together with egg, then fried and served on a Schmidt Blue Ribbon Hamburger Roll with pickle garnish and lettuce is a feast. DONALD DELAUNEY Schmidt Blue Ribbon Bread Salesman see.cost