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Audience Of Around Four Enjoy Firemen' Show audience num [ four hundred was May 17 at Char- les Town's Legion Baseball Park for the "Hi-Fi" musical show sta ged for the benefit of the county's moved to a smaller house I will sell the Articles, located at Shenandoah Junction, in Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. (DST) HOUSEHOLD GOODS Wardrobe, Walnut Bureaus, 5 Piece Living Suite, old; Double Iron Bed with springs and Single Bed with springs and mattress; Stand, Library Table, Writing Desk and Chair; Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Break- and 4 Chairs; Piano Stool, Hall Tree, Quilts, Clocks; Kitchen Cabinet, Picture Frames, Oil Heater, Glass Jars, and Lots of Other that are not mentioned. on day of sale. MRS. ANNA G. DILLARD THARPE, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. ! 18 and 25-2t. > Sold My Farm, I will sell the Following Personal located 7 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., 51, at Middleway, W. Va., Jefferson County, on SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S.T.) FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Hay 13~ler with Motor; Ford Hay Rake, New Idea Spreader, Grove Rubber Tired Wagon, All machinery above is in excellent condition. 8 hole hog feed- hole hog feeder, David Bradley 7-ft. mower with 2 fit on Ford Tractor; Barrell type hog waterer, 8coop, 800-gal. steel water tank, rotary hand seeder, heavy rock and log chain, ~ links; 100-ft. 455 saw chain complete with paddles; 50-gal. drums, scoops, burlap bags, bean duster, western saddle, lanterns. Sears Deluxe Outboard Motor with ta~k, perfect used only 2 hours. CATTLE Angus Bull; 2 Smaller Bulls. RALES BARLEY STRAW. 11 LARGE GEESE. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 12 Cu. Ft. F~eez~r4 ~estinghouse and Montgom- Electric Stoves, good condition; Washing Machine, Room Suite, Large Oak Bookcase, dressers, chest of old sewing machine, Radio and Record Player cam- Set of dual tubs; studio couch; Sylvania T. V., good condition; wardrobe, venetian blinds, fire- a~d grate; Radio table and chairs; chairs, cur- furniture, rugs, scatter rugs, stands, mirrors. tinens and scarves; pots and p~ns; dishes, (some old); $0-ga: shot guns, 3 shot~ repeater, 12-ga. shot gin1, repeater; many issues of National Geographic and Digest, Other Articles too numerous to mention. Nothing to be removed until settled for. WALTER H. MOYER ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. MORELAND, Clerk. Will Be Served by the Ladies of the Middleway Church. 18 and 25- J~t,, four volunteer fire eompanle . G(a ged under lhe direction of Ray- Set Schedule For mend Frazier, the program was well golten together and began promptly at 8 p. m. The bands, choruses, Rhythm Kings, soloists and others who had a part in the program all received rounds of applause from the audience for their efforts Bill Slewart of Har pers Ferry served as nlastcr of ceremonies for the occasion. The program was as follows: Charles Town ttigh School Band- Wonderland by Night; Big Time Boogie. Mrs. William Snyder-The Sound of Music and Three Loves From Song of Norway. Shepherdstown High School-Gi gi and Hightlights from Music Immunizing Dog Against " It was announced recently by the Jefferson County Health de- partment that plans were under- way to stage a county wide pro- gram of immunization against ra- bies of dogs in the county by hold ing dog immunizing clinics at vat ious places in the county. Today the following schedule of rabies immunization clinics was announced by the health depart- ment. May 25-Thursday, Middleway Man. School Dr. D. D. Keyser; Kear- Rhythm Kings-Last Date and neysville School Dr. J. C. Price; Theme from Dixie. t Millville School Dr. D. C. Master. Page Jackson High School ChoI May 26-Friday, Charles Town office, Dr. D. C. Master; Charles rus-Down by the Riverside and Town office, Dr. W. E. Trussell; This Is My Country. [Shepherdstown Fire Hall, Dr. J. Mrs. James Green-Song of I C. Price. Songs and Summertime. ] May 27- Saturday, Charles Town tIarpers Ferry High School office, Dr. D. C. Master; Charles Band-Fiesta and Sunset Boule- ': Town' office, Dr. W. E. Trussell; vard from Three Scenes; Field of Shepherdstown Fire Hall, Dr. J. C. Price. Color and Bill Bailey. Shepherdstown High School Chorus-Bali Ha'i and Stranger in Paradise. Mrs. Richard Reiter-Thine A- lone and The Man I Love. Charles Town Junior High Band- Indian Princess, ttand Me Down My Swinging Cane and Sou sa March. Methodist Church Choir.Battle Hymn of the Republic. Winner Of Franklin Marshall Book Award Sponsors Home Nursing Classes In Charles Town The Jefferson County Red Cross Chapter is sponsoring a course in Home Nursing at the Citizen's Fire Hall in Charles Town, and the first class was held Tuesday night under the superws ion of Mrs. Edna O. Stigers, R. N. of Martinsburg, former assistan! superintendent of the Charle,. Town General Hospital. Mrs. Stigers will teach the class es which will consist of six les- sons of two and a half hours each. She will work out her schedule to suit the students attending the Tuesday session. The following persons have in. dicated interest in the course: Mrs. Kenneth aden, Mrs. Peggy Woodward, Mrs. Leonard Propps, Miss Margaret Clendening, Mrs. Joseph Warrenfeltz, Mrs. Melvin Strider, Mrs. Helen Milton, Mrs. Harry Strouse, Mrs. K. Bush, Mrs. Rose Hooe, Miss Mary Frances Frazier, Mrs. Shirley McKee, Mrs. Robert Anderson, Mrs, Ber ta Alwin. Mrs. Edgar Griffith, Miss Genevieve McKee. To Coordinate Amateur Radio Corp In County MISS JANE RISSLER Ray E. Conrad, K8VNL of Char Miss Jane Rissler, a junior at les Town has been appointed to, Charles Town Senior High School, the post of Emergency Coordina. I has been awarded the Franklin tor for Jefferson County by Don-] and Marshall CoUege book. prize ald B. Morris, WSJM West Vixgin I for outsta~d[ng.,achievement in ia Communications Manager fori her studies in English, foreign The American Radio Relay Leag-1 language and the social sciences, ue. In his new assignment, Con-I The prize was inaugurated'rad will head the Amateur Radio eight years ago by a group of Emergency Corp in his county Franklin and Marshall alumni as a way of championing the caus~ of good scholarship. The book selected this year is Eric Larrabee's The Self Con- scious Society. Mr. Larrabee. man aging editor of American Heri- tage, wrote the bulk of this book originally as a serms for the de- luxe Horizon magazine. In the book he poses a series of penetra- ting questions about the nature '~of American society and culture, and produces a volume filled with ' provocative comment on key prob lems of our time. Miss Rissler is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S, Rissler, Rt. 2, Charles Town. and coordinate the activities of this organization with other cam municatio services and liason with all agencies served in the public interest, particularly in connection with Red Cross and Civil Defense functions. All Radio Amateurs are urged to contact Mr. Conrad for more information about the AREC in Jefferson County. Beeg Sr. and family in Charles Town. I Mr. and Mrs. Will Young of Bal timore, Md. returned to their home in Baltimore, Md. on Wed ~nesday after a visit of several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler. Mrs. Sadie Caton of Shepherds- town is spending some time here with her brother and sister.in.law Mr. and Mrs. Moler. Mrs. Eaz:l Pea(her and son Al- len were visitors Sunday after- I non with Mr. and Mrs. George Howell near Shenandoah Junc- tion. Birthday Dinner Mrs. Kenneth Anders of Char- les Town celebrating her birthday on Sunday was honored with a fried chicken dinner at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Ott. Mr. Anders and their three children were present for the occasion and the family group enjoiyed a birthday cake along with the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and family attended the funeral of Mrs. McAboy's brother-in-law the late Mr. Clayton Hummer of Winstom Salem, N. C. which was held Saturday afternoon in Berry. LL By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. was a visitor Wednesday afternoon at e Ill III II DAA TRADITIOI AL VALUE NOW IN THE POPULAR-PRICE RANGE If you can afford any full-size car, you can enioy the extra luxury and distinction of Mercury. Prices are down to compete in the popular-price range. Yet Mercury gives you far more_.and terrific economy, too. With Mercury's 7 self-servicing features you save on brake adjustment, chassis lubes, oil changes and more. The new V-8's and Super-Economy "6" deliver up to 15% more miles per gallon than last year. And Mercury's traditional comfort and quality give year-in, year-out satisfaction. Come see for yourself. JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va. ;iile, Va. at the Fulcra1 ttome. Mr .and Mrs. Alec Costello and their daughter Mary I,ane visited the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Costello in Charles Town on Sunday. Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray ,It. visited the pa- tients in the Locust Grove Rest Home in Bolivar Sunday after- noon. i Marshall McAboy, ,h'. USN stationed in Norfolk, Va. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAhoy and family. I De~th of Mrs. Pope Folks in this vicinity were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Flor- ence Pope who passe~l away in the Charles Town General Hospit al Friday morning, after a linger ing illness. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Smith and Strider Funeral Hom'e in Charles Town. Mrs. Holmes White, Mr. Charles Grove and Rev. Samuel F. But- cher attended the Hagerstown District Missionary Society held last Sunday at the Arden Church. They represented the Jefferson Circuit. TIIURSDAY, MAY 25, 1961 3---B ..... BENEFIT ..... e MENU:--Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Bread, Celery, Fruit, Cookies, Hard-Boiled Egg and Beverage---ALL FOR THE PRICE OF $1.50. ADVANCE TICKETS may be had from any member of 'harles Town Kiwanis Club. LUNCHES AVAILABLE at Park on May 30 from 9:00 A. M. Until 1:00 P. M. BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY. . . li our ran , OX R ou save even morel top collar styles! button-downs, short point permanent stays! Long sleeves, short sleeves! Dacron polyester-cottons, smooth combed oxfords, broadcloths, ventilated weavesl Your styJe is here--one low price! 14 to 17" neck, 32-35. Cool, bulk:freel New Archdale clip-on ready-tied tie, 1.04) It Stay collars, button-downs,.placket-front villagers. Prints, checks, plaids, stripes, knits.IS, M, t. 2.99 each COMFORT-CUT PAJAMAS 2 for 5.50 2.99 ea. Embossed cottons, broadcloths! Prints, stripes, smart solid colorsl Many short sleeves, knee length. A-B-C-D. MEN'S ATHLETIC SHIRTS 6 for 59 ea. Soft, absorbent Swiss rib kalt Shrink-resistant combed cotton; nylon rein- forced neck, armholes. Sizes 34 thru 46. FASHION-APPROVED SOCKS 4 pairs 79 ea. Save more, buy 41 Cotton argyles, fancies, absorbent crew socks. One-size stretch nylons, soft blends. Sizes 10-13. QUALITY T-SHIRTS, SHORTS 6 for 79 ea. T-shirts: nylon reinforced neck, taped shoulders. Combed cotton. S, M, L Gripper shorts: boxer, panel fronts. 28-44". WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS for $ .00 Super-fine white cotton; neat cord border. And, yes, hand.rolled hems. Smooth finish that stays white washing after washing. TRUE-FIT COTTON BRIEFS 6 for 4.00 69 ea. Fully combed ribbed knit, e stl- clzed leg bonds. Lively, heat.resistent elastic waist. Good fit that Lasts1 28-44". 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