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May 25, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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D i Welsh of Martinsburg. land Eppa Penwe]I are non rest-'scriptlon of unknown and un-nam, wm open at 6:S0 I. M. and doseI SPIRIT OF 3EFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCATE I dents of the State of West Virgin- ed creditors and beneficiaries of I at 6:30 P. M. (Daylight Time), I THURSDAY MAY 25 1961 ,v B 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 I ia, it is ordered that they do ser- the estate of Ray X. Merchant, de [ polnng ~pl~a:oe wi..ll be in the To- [ ........... ,. ............ . ~ ~'m~ Twenty-six students received ve upon Kenneth W. Metz, com- ceased; it is ordered that each of|man s _t.~ue. Bm~mng m uarpersI diplomas at the Charles Town plaintants attorney, whose ad- them do serve upon Thomas W. [rerry, w. yd. J NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ficiaries of said estate are noti- High School Commencement Exer dress is Charles Town, West Vir- Steptoe, plaintiff s attorney, [WILBUR R. BOND, [ __ fled to be present on said date to --From The Files of The--- [cises. I ginia, an answer or other defense whose address zs Sadlcr Buildin- I ~eco.aer. I To the Crc~dit,~r,~ and Benefic- prote(t their intcrcst~ Wool was quoted at 50 cents to the complaint filed in this act- Charles Town West Vir,,inia H J May 11-3~. J iaries of the Estate of Irene E. Gi~:en under my hand this 18th OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE I per pound in the county. I ion on or before the 17th day of answer or other defen~ to 'the J J Jenkins, deceased, day of May, 1961. ~ By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer I " -- l June, 1961, otherwise judgement complaint filed in this action on[ NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I All persons having claims a- i W.W. STEPTOE [ 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 . [ by default will be taken against or before June 25, 1961, otherwise I To the Cre~ a d Benef" I gainst the estate or Irene E. Jen- Commissioner of Accounts I DIED: At her Home near~ngle I them at any time thereafter. A judgment by default will be taken [tarteR of the ERrt: o~nFrancis ~'[kins, deceased, whether due County of Jefferson , . ]this county, ~vtrs. ~annie ~eneva icopy of said complaint can be against them at any time thereaf- [Jenkins deceased " [or not are notified to exhibit the May 18-3t- ,S AGO -- 1951 eral Hospztal; Mrs. Vmla L. Fra- j Engle, wife of Noah Engle; near I obtained from the undersigned ter. A copy of said complaint can I ... ' . " ] same with vouchers thereof, le- I , Randolph Assistant to r ley, wife of F. D. Fratey of Shen- I Leetown, Mrs. Annie E. Johnson, I Clerk at his office, be obtained from the undersigned ] .=,it persons Having claims a- ~ ~ally verified to the undersigned I In Russia they have a TV in ~at of the Capital Air- andoah Junction at the Charleslwidow of George D. Johnson; atI Entered by the Clerk of said Clerk at his office [gainst the estate of Francis M.[at my office in the Sadler Build" every hotel room-only it watches ~tington, D. C. made Town General Hospital; Mrs. Lau the Baptist Parsonage at Leetown Court Ma 12 , y , 1961. al address at the for-j ra V. Schell, wife of Henry M. [ Mrs. Lillie D. Thomas, wife of the [ W M JONES~,mEntered~v by thel~ "Clerk of said |[ JenkinS,or not aredeceased'notified toWhetherexhibit dUethe [ing'ia onCharleSor beforeTWn'theWestlHthVirgin'day you. ..~-rt .... , 15, 961. , [ , -- -- tio of the Memorial Schell at her home in Shepherds-IRes. W. S. O. Thomas. [ Clerk'of Court W M JONES- [same with vouchers thereof, le-[of Nov., 1961; otherwise they ! commissions are not paid on ha: es Town on May town; Mrs. Albert J. Martel at the [ Charles Town people were con- [M~v IR.4t J r~.. =. ^; ~ 'A ,~^..~ l gaily verixied to the undersigned, | may, by law be excluded from all arguments won, but on sale= Charles Town Hospital; John New [cerned with a proposal to change [ "~# ~o-=~- _ ..... ~?.,~ ,,~ =,=u..~uu., ~ [at my office in the Sadler Build-[ benefit of said estate All bene- made osl ns of Morgantown, ton Hedges of Broadacre, Ohio;Jthe name of the town. [ ORDER OF PUBLICATION. "n ySrsW [ing, Charles Town, West Virgin-[ " " v~] LorofW. Va. made James Kemp Wilson of Summit "~J ........ -"~" [ia on or before the 18th day[ ,, ddess for the 25th ]Point died in the Winchester Me .... J. The ReD. H. H. K enned~ p~-J son County, West Virginia.N tlce of Election ma b law e clu ~ agram of the Char- Imortal Hospital. ] 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 [ In The Circuit Court of Jeffer-O of Nov., 1961, otharwlse they , i 1is Club. I Mr. and Mrs. French Ramey of [L or, oi me. ~narms Town lvt. ~'1 Bank of Charles Town, a corpor MAIoI,................. KI~UUKDI~I A~D t benetitl Y'. !Y De" saidbe estate.X dedAllfrombene.all |1 @~ THE . TOWNE..~..~n.. H0~E~. REJTAURANT.ffi, . ~ ,I wnurcn ann lvlrs ~enneuy were~ - ~1 Glenn Wilson well I Charles Town announce the enga- I . . . atmn as Executor of the estate of FIVE MEMBERS [ficiaries of said estate are noti-[ ]] r~ttrr~tt~ rr~t~z, vv. v~. ~[ of the Summit ]gement of their daughter Margar [fatal!y m~ured when a buggy m Ray X. Merchant, deceased, plaint~ ,~.~~ ]fled to be present on said date to|~l,ITNTt~I-I ANn ~INNER SERVED DAILY l r] )d; Mrs. Lola~et Peggy Ramey to Mr. Glenn Iwmcn mey were rmmg was itiff, vr ~uu~x,, protect their interests. =" ............ irlesTownGen,Welsh, sonofMr, andMrs. F.M. Istruck byaB.&O, train at thee vs Civil Action No 122 HARPERS FERRY, W. VA.] Given under myhandthis 18thl 10:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M. li 'Warm Spring crossing west of ' Esther ~r M,,-,h .t ~o,~,~,, ~r Notice is hereby given that on t day of May, 1961. | R ~ ..... .,~ ~,r,,,m r~v v~v~ru~...ran ,~' ~nen n~oan Juncuon~.^. ~.~ ~^.. Merchant, Matilda Breeden, Bar- TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1961, .tic_e| ' T W STEPTOE |~ ~U~tl)2k]~ INl~.illl" I:}U~]PI~I - O~.lD X ) ICIT YOUR SUPPORT IN .......................... ~ra A - n ....... uorporauon of uarpers terry, w. . . " " R " " es, maKemy and V a:_ hold an election for the[ ke feU:on [ FRESH SEA FOOD EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT. l ticOmnmeYd~Oi Charles Town to prac- Trust Co., Ranson Real Estate & touewing ~ to-wit: Ma,or, ,~ " M c n. Insurance Co., Jefferson Publish. Recorder, and Five Couneilmen. JMay 18-3t- OPEN DAILY 9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. . ELECTION TUESDAY, JUNE 6th. Julian A. Smith amd at the in~ Co. Inc. Independent Fire day, May 19, with filing to be[ U.S. sclenusts find Soviet[8 TELEPHONE 3 home of his mother in Charles Co~mpany, Ine, General Tele. Deadline for filing will be Frl- " 351 that the Town of Bolivar Should Not Town. phone Company of the Southeast, at the Recorder's Office. Polls hopeful on arms talk. , i~ Invitations were issued to the Potomac Light and Power Corn- with Harpers Ferry and that Zon- not be good for the Town, We Have De- Be Candidates For the Various Public ReD. D. M. Hughes, for Mayor; for Recorder; and Paul Courtney, Ed- Pope, Wincel Dunn and Coleman Dunn Coundlmanic Pos s. ,i 18 .and 26 June 1 My Farm and Moving to a smaller house, the Following Personal Property, located 1 mile on the Brown's Shop Road, in Jefferson West Virginia, on , MAY 31, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (DST) HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dining Room Suite, Warm Morning Stove, 2 Wood Player Piano, Desk and Bookcase Combi- and Record Player Comb.; Victrola, White 2 Dressers, Kitchen Cabinet, Medicine Iron Beds with Springs and Mattresses; Round Table, Buffet, Love Seat, Porch Swing, 8x12 Pad; Light , Stands, Gate Leg Table Cloths and Napkins; 2 Wash Bowls and Flat Irons, 2 Oil Lamps, Dishes. MACHINERY, ETC. Conveyot~, Oliver 2 .- 12" Bottom Plow; John ~*~rn Planter, John Deere side delivery rake, 2 Grove tire wagons, 3~ and 4~ ton capacity; McCormick- ' ltse harrow, McCormick-Deering tractor mower, horse ht~der, hay tedder, 2 horse cultivators, 6 can Me- Milk Cooler, water heater. DeLaval Milkers 14 ten gallon milk cans, 8 stanchions, junk and tt'tieles too numerous to mention. on day of sale. LUTHER RODGERS AND THARPE, Auctioneers. AND MOORE, Clerks. Will Be Served By Ladies of Bardane Methodist 18 - 2t. IF WE'VE COMPACT LANCER The Lowest.PriDed Sports Compact. Lancer Sports Coupe with a very luxurious interior. Manufacturer's suggested retail price: $2075*. Whitewalls and destination charge extra. *State sales tax not included. YOU GET A~GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE marriage of Gustav Wiltshire of this county to Miss Lorena Flick of Martinsburg. 80 YEARS AG() -- 1881 MARRIED: In the Lutheran Church, Shepherdstown, Dennis M. Schoppert to Miss Virginia B. Deck, daughter of William R. Deck, both of Shepherdstown, in Chillicothe, Ohio, John Wesley Russell of Nokomus, Illinois to Miss Annie E, Strider, formerly of near Harpers Ferry. DIED: At Pleasant Green, Mo. Joseph Gorrell, forn~rly of this county; in Charles Town John Joseph Kane. pany, Peoples Water Service Com party, Community Oil Co., Inc,, Columbia Paint & Varnish Sales Co., B. T. Crump Company, 3. L. Eackles Funeral Home, Kings Daughters Hospital, Inc., Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va., Nor ma DeHorn, Ernest H. Merchant, Jr., William Merchant, Mark B. Wetzel, as Commissioner of Ac- counts, E. Andrew Zepp, M. D., Frank A. Hamilton, Jr., M. D., Modern Homes Sales & Service, Loudoun Times Publishing Co., Inc., H. L: Jones, HuroneIl Cor- poration, Unknown and un-named Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of Ray X. Merchant, deceas ed, defendants. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 The object of the above entitled A bid of $10,500 was accepted action is to construe the wilt of from John Wood of Shenandoah the late Ray*X. Merchant; to de- County, Va. for constructing a Lermine who are the beneficiaries highway bridge over the Potomac of his'estate; to appoint a Trustee River at Shepherdstown. to administer any trusts which J. S. Bragonler was appointed may be created by said:will; to de a Commissioner in Chancery of termine the validity of certain the Circuit Court of this county claims against said estate, partic- by Judge Hall to succeed Charles utarly the claims of Temple K. E. Staubs who had resigned. Merchant and Matilda Breeden; Charles Barnes a brother of Na to obtain the advice of the Court than Barnes of this county died in and about the administration in Montgomery, Alabama. of said estate; and to obtain au- thority to sell real estate of'said ORDER OF PUBLICATION. decedent, if necessary,'to pay ob lizatlons of said estate, in the Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun event that the persona] p~operty ty, West Virginia thereof is insufficient for that Blakeley Bank and Trust Com- pany A Corporation, Administrat- or of The Estate of Bessie E. Pen mrpose. by affidavit filed that said defendants ~MeawIWjat, Temple IC 121 Merchant. Norma DeHorn and Er- Goldi'e Painter, James Penwell, nest H. Merchant, Jr., defendants Ellen Wilt, Irene Akers. Marie herein, are non residents of the H~eishman, Donald Penwell, Des- State of West Virginia, and that sic Ballenger, Eppa Penwell, Fran the said defendants Columbia cis Penwell, Catherine Brackett, Edward Penwell, Blakeley Bank and Trust Company, a Corporat- ion, Potomac Light and Power Company, a Corporation, Charles Town General Hospital, Inc. a Cur poration, Jules F. Langlet, M. D., William P. Warden, M. D., The Melvin T. Strider Company, a Cur poration, defendants. The object of the above entitled action is to subject the real es- tate owned by Bessie E. Penwell at the time of her death to sell and apply the proceeds thereof to the debts of the Estate of Bessie E. Penwell, deceased. And it appearing by an affidav- it filed in this action that the said Irene Akers, Bessie Ballenger Paint & Varnish Sales Co., B. T. Crump Company, Loudoun Times Publislding Co., Inc. and Huronell Corporation, are foreign corporat- ions having no statutory or other agent or attorney within the State of West Virginia upon whom pro- cess may be served, and that the said defendant William Mer- chant's address and whereabouts are unknown to the plaintiff, af. ter making a diligent inquiry therefore and that there are or may be persons other than those named above as plaintiff and de- fendants who are beneficiaries or creditors of said estate, whose names are unknown to the plain- tiff and wbo are made parties to the complaint by the general de- Ill SIX TIMES I COMPACT LANCER Every Dodge is Thoroughly Rust- , Proofed. By efficient seven-sbep dip-and-spray anti-c0rr0sion proc- ess that reaches every nook and cranny. Protects your investment, preserves your Dodge's good looks. YOU gET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE FULL-SIZE DART Dodge Cars are Built to Stay Tllht and Quiet All Dodge bodies are unitized, welded into one solid unit that stays tight and for the life of the car. All the metal works. Only you go along for the quiet ride, YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DOGIE We Wish Uou... The world can be yours if you just reach for it. COMPACT LANCER Net a Car in the Weald Rides Better than Dodge. Any Dodge will give you a superbly controlled ride on any surface. Thank Dodge's suspen- sion system. You'll call it |gored|hie. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE FULL-SIZE DART Dodge Dealers ere Dependable, Your Dodge Dealer will give you a high trade-in, set the lowest pos- sible price on a new Dodge, and give you the very finest service in town. YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WITH DODGE FULL-~IZE DART STANDARD OR COMPACT Y0U GEl' A 61EAT DEALWITH SEE ,YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER RANSON, On this most important day in your young lives, we extend our hearty congratulations and wish you a future filled with suvcess. ~e WEST VIRGINIA