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By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children Mrs. Leona Everhart were Saturday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters and daughter Doris in Bedington, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and children and Mrs. Georgia Piper of Chestnut Hill were visitors on Wednesday evening with Mr. and wire flew in his eye blinding him. ] Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family He was a patient in the Winches- and Mrs. Maude Everhart. ter Itospital for several days. The Mr. and Mrs. Dinterman and J doctor thought at first the wire By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead daughter of Brunswick, Md. were was still in his eye. But after an "------ " Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. examination showed it wasn't. Mrs. Mary Sturm and Mrs. Vir- Ellie Piper and family. Petie as he is called is at his gil Hamilton of Grafton spent Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of home now. But still can't see out Monday with their sister Mrs. WashingIon were Sunday visitors of his eye. We are praying that Sam tleinz; with the formers mother Mrs. El- his sight will return He is a son Monte Anderson, son of Mr. sic Cook and family, of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson St. and Mrs. Robert Anderson spent Accident While Mowing Little Keith Whitehair of Har- Saturday with his grandmother in Mr. Paul Wilson had a misfor- tune while cutting grass and a CANCELLED LAST SATURDAY because of rain and inclement weather, the ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE of the Estate of the late ANNIE VIRGINIA SITES originally scheduled for Saturday, May 13, WILL NOW BE HELD ON . . . At the same place, 208 West Congress Street in Charles Town, Starting at 10:00 A. M. (DST) May 18- 3t. JAMES D. SITES, ADMINISTRATOR. pers Ferry spent several days Ranson. with his grandparents Mr. and l Miss Linda McGrail, daughter Mrs. Howard Everhart while his of Mrs. M. McGrail of Ranson parents are working at the Hill spent the weekend with her cous- in Miss Nancy Burnett. Top Hotel. ! Sunday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter ~ogle and Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. children and Mrs. Leona Ever- Fred Smith included Mr. and hart were Friday evening callers Mrs. Robert Saunders and child- with Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd in ren, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Everhart Chestnut Hill at the Parsonage. and Miss Mary Lemen all of Mar Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and tinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Coop- son were visitors with Mr. and er and daughter Pam of Inwood. Mrs. David Brackett and family in A2/c James C. Smith of Langley Milville, W. Va. Air Force Base spent the week Lucky Winner end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Dearl Grove Jr. was the Fred Smith. lucky winner of a n electric sew- ing machine given for a door Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuckey prize at the Philco Appliance Co. of Martinsburg visited the for- Inc. by J. Russell Fritts in Char- mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Newt les Town at the grand opening Stuckey on Sunday. recently. CongratulationsMr. Mrs. Ella Abshire, mother of Mrs. Herbert Slonaker remains a Grove. Mr. Stucke of near Washington patient at City Hospital. spent several days at his summer Mr. and Mrs. James Gilpin of home here. Portsmouth, Vs. are the proud Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart, and happy parents of a baby girl Mrs. Maude Everhart and Mrs. Melanie Elizabeth, born Saturday, Annie Grove visited Mrs. Mittie May i3th. Mrs. Gilpin is the for- Staubs of Charles Town on Sun- mer Janice Twigg, Mrs. Frank day at the Charles Town General Powell has been visiting her Hospital where Mrs. Staubs has granddaughter since Sunday, May been a patient for several days. 14. We join in wishing her ~ sReedy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cline and son recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and children were Sunday guests with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman White and family in Wil ey Ford, W. Va. Billy of Silver Spring, Md. were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Grace Cline. Mr. Harry Lucas has been con I I I I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO.' USE THE CLASSIFIED~ COLONIAL OF VALL ABLE REAL ESTATE! The following described real estate (of which George H. Hageley died seized and possessed about 1914 and which he divesed to the 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 1-story brick and block dwelling fronting on alley in rear of said property. .... So2"uth sAide parcel of land fronting about 151.4 feet on 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, 1902, 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 S uth side of Evitt's Run fronting on West (Mt. Parvo) Alley, this dwelling covered with imitation brick siding. These dwell- ings will be offered as separate properties with Evitt's Run the divid- ing line. 3. A Darce! of land sit-.te at inters.ction of West Liberty Street and Mill Lane (now Water Street), in Charles Town known - as the Anne Davis property, which was conveyed to said Hagelev 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. rt'h A parcel of l.nd frontin about 761A feet on No side of East North Street, in Charles Town. known as the Wil- 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 dwellings: a 2-story double residence, and a 1-story single residence, each covered with imitation brick siding. 5. Those certain lots or D.rcels of land. situ.te in. Ransom 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 eaual width alon 7th Avenue about 125 feet to an alley; being a hart of Block No. 117 au shown on the nlat 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 Ha ley 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. Imnroved by a 2- story brick building, now occupied by the Simons Rest Home. consistin of 6 rooms. 2 baths and furnace, which has been occupied as two separate apartments in the past. 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 permitte 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. FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 Telephones - 162 II Radio. Television Hi Fi Stereo # Radios, Television. Appliances West Washington Streel Charles Town, W. Va. $2.50 Per Week the "Master' --America's finest washer yet it cost onl~ $189.95. Eas~ to pay for Holds more; keeps water ho~ longer;, washe~ faster, cleaner. 8ave, work ano time, See it nowl~ CHARLES TOWN 6AS CO.. INC t14 NOrth Charles St. Charles Town, W. Vs. L McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND ' REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Vs. ~ 1ram Itmm~m.lmL m t tT fined to his home lhe past week because of illness. The Rev. Mr. Coulter attended the Synod meeting of Grace E. & R. Church held in Baltimore, Md. last week. Plans are being made for the community vacation Bible School to be held the first two weeks in June, beginning Monday, June 5- all children in the community are invited to attend. C. Y. F. Honor Mothers K. C. Y. F. observe(I Mothers Day at a banquet S~hnday evening at Grace E. & R. Church. After the meal special awards; carnat- ion corsages were presented. Mrs. Florence Owens was awarded three of these since she was the oldest mother, oldest grand- ic folh)wed. The Youth Fellowship ,lames Watson and son of Itall- group presented their leader Mrs. town; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zom- ttarold Buhrman with a corsagebro and (laughter of Woodbridge also a program in observance of Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zorn Ascension Day was held at Grace bro and son and Mr. and Mrs. E. & R. Church last Thursday Stanley E. Zombro and daughter moiher and oldest grca't rand-,SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rae.MERS AD mother. In a three way tie l'or ]~av 6----B THURSDAY, MAY 25, ing the largesl number of .child- ren were Mrs. Iiarley Poller, Mrs. ers of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox. munity center May Carll(m Swarlz and Mrs. Marvin Callers of Mr. and Mrs. Slanley m. A1 the conclusion Thomas; Mrs. Donna Lee Breeden Zombro last Sunday included Mr. iness meeting Mrs. was the youngest mother and Mrs. and Mrs. George Zombro and Mr.was surprised with a John Di[~k the motimr of lhe and Mrs. Richard Craig and souez'. Mr. Stork, himself youngest baby. A p{ogram of mus of Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs.table piled with gifts. cake, decorated in the booties was baked by man Whetzek cake, iced tea, mints were served. Those ladies with the Shepherdstown congreg of Falls Church, Va. Spring Regional of the alien joining in the fellowship. A p. T. A. Meeting covered dish supper preceded the Guild of Grace E. & program. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Will At the P. T. A. meeting Tues- were Mrs. Norval and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt and day night the group decided to Mrs. Gorge Cox, Steve were Sunday evening call- have a basket picnic at the corn- Mrs. William Fellers. ii !) : : ili:i )i;ili:ii:!i!i iiii!i:i:iiiiiii!~i~i! ,.with these pre-mixed bags of fungicide and insecticides. We've using ORTHO Custom since they were put on the ma Robert Pagel, fruit grower of Berrien Springs, Michigan, knows 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,d proportions to suit the special needs of your crop. Because theY're, packaged sizes to fit specific tanks, they take the guesswork o of crop protection. You're sure of proper dosage and proportio every time. save work, too. h few min is all it takes to open a bag and put it in the tank. There's no age, no messes. And handy single bags cut down inventory, sa. warehouse space. Your ORTHO Fieldman or Dealer' will be pleased to advise you on the right Custom Blend' for your particular croO' HELPING THE WORLD GROW BEI' rI II ORTHO Fieldman Rufus Dayton inspects some of Mr. Pagel's fruit trees. CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL.COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION ............................................. 133 Kings Highway E., HaddO~fl~ld' ~,,b BILL LONG Braddock Heights, Maryland Phone JIM BEAVER Winchester, Va. , Phone