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37 Seniors Graduated From Shepherdstown High School ,: ?:i:; ? Monday evening marked the end of a high schoo,1 career for 37 Shepherdstown High seniors who were presented diplomas for :having completed the prescribed four years of high school work at commencement exercises.held in the hitch school auditorium at 8 p. m, and for which Henry D. Collins of the faculty of We~t Virginia University, was the speaker. Mere hers of the graduating class as shown above are: First row deft 1>o right~--Deloz'is Jean Day, Eliz abet~h Ann Jones, Mary Rosalie Darl.i:~ton, Mary Lou Jenkins, Margie Lee Springer, Esther Yvon ne Geary, Freda Pearl Butts, Joy ce Marie Stanley. Second row ~lefL to righL~-Sandz'a Lee Wat- son, Ethel Marie Frye, Lena Hous den Currence, Joyce Rebecca Buh rman, Frances Ellen Walker, Bet ty Ann Boyer, Evelyn Josephine Fraley. Third row ~left to right)- John William Ha,ndzo, Ruth Ellen Har~ley, Cynthia Estelle Hilliard, Ida Elizabeth Hodges, Jeffrey Sa ville Shultz, Jerry Bnscoe Mauek, Jane Elizabeth Magz'uder, James Walter Blue. Fom t,h row ~left to right) David Timothy Park, Jr., George Kinsley French, John Wa! ,ter Woodson, James Denzil Smith, William La~Mar Hockensmith, Charles Wadeworth Kidwiler. Fif- th row ~le~'t to right) Charle~ Em cry Strider, Charles Jera, ld Derr, Thomas Lane Henson, Jess Orvifle Cullison, William Jonathan Sny- der, Nelson Lewis Southard, Gar- land Jay Hurley a.nd James Levi Hilliazxi. 4 Smailwood Photo Buddy Owen's Horse Wins Trophy In Winchester Hose Show Thomas "Buddy" Owens Jr. of ,Charles Town. a member of the st, aft of the Charles Town Post- office is {,he owner of "Delilah", one of t;he prize-winning horses w}lic.h participated in the first I .~: M. Allen Riding Club Horse ~':>L,:L','" held May 16 at War Me- ~nor~i Building Grounds in Win- ~hes_~: r. Oj~n's horse, ~dden by Howard (Bu~y) Gardner, Jr., won the Lew.~_.M. Allen R~ding Club tro- phygpresented by Mrs. L. M. Al- len. ills Ann Clay Arnold, 16 year old Uupil of l:he W,inchester Equi- ~tati~ School, took six firsts to win the championship and tri-col or ri%bon of the show. There were 25 horses and 103 entries i;:~ the Saturday show. Arthur Wilson Jr., riding Star Baby took two 4irsts. Silver trophies and ribbons were presented in all classes with the first place winner of the Olym- pic receiving a pas.tel of the win- ning horse by William A. Seppe- ler, Frederick county artist. This was won by Michael Kirby on Ty Gilpin's Rivvle. More Conservation Work in County The Soil Conserva,tion District watering trough forms have been used recen,tly for Ja,net Howard, Oharles Town and Hebert Ever- hart, Kearneysville. Fred Gates, Shepherdstown, has ,constructed and sealed ,three Ponds and Earl Rowe, Charles Town has constructed and sealed ,one pond. These pond are to be used to bring about a better graz ing program e,n Uhese farms. Whittington.Nichols Nuptials In Winchester Annou,ncement was made last week of the marriage on ,May 11 in Winchester, Vs. of Miss Ka- therine Nichols, Charles Town, to Mr. William R. Whit,tington, Jr. of Ransom The ceermo:ay was per formed by the Roy. J. S. Duckwall of the Winchest, er Presbyterian Charge. CALL GENERAL CONTRA(TOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODEIANG Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 Owner --IS THE TIME-- 0 --0 F-- and Custom WE ARE EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF ALL OF YOUR NEEDS AND AT PRICES WHICH WILL SURPRISE YOU. AI,WAYS A FUI, L SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS FEEDS -- SEEDS -- GRAINS --IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH-- Homo O[ arle,"Over'The'Top"PhoneTOwn,73 &w'74va" Fee& A]vey R. Ebergole, Mgr. The couple will reside in Char- los Town. Mr. Whittington is a driver for Viands Taxi Service and Mrs. Whitting$on is employed in the clubhouse_ at Shenandoah Down~. NOTICE T0 CREDITORS. The Sparky Fire Department of ble, Sr., of Hagerstown, Md. and the Citizens Fire Company of Charles Town was presented its Sparky Charter by the Cumber- land Valley Volunteer Firemen's Associa,tion at a very impressive ceremony held at ,the Citizen's Fire Hall on May 17. Mr. Roy All- sopp of Fayettevitle, Pa., Director of Public Relati(~ns of the Cumber land Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association made the presentat- ion of the charter to Mr. Marvin Dodson Jr. President of the Cit- izen's Fire Company Sparky Fire Department. The local Sparkles were organ- ized over a year ago by the Cit- izens Fire Company under the :leader.~hip of Howard C. Whi:t- more, Marvin Dodso;~, Sr., Charles Weller,. Robert Noland, David Grove and Dimple Robinson. The purpose of the Sparkles is ~o educate and train boys from the ages of 7 to 14 years in fire prevention that t'hey may be of better service to their families and their community. The boys meet regularly for classes not only in fire prevention but also for lesse,ns in the proper use of fire extin- guishers and the use of basic ~'ire i fighting equipment. Howev&, the :Sparkles are not allowed to an- ~wer fire alarms or help at fires. Had To Meet Regulations To qualify for the charter, the Sparkles had to meet the regula- tions as set forth for Sparky Fire :Departments by the Nationa.l Fire Prevention Association. The Spar kies presented a most ou, ts'ta,nding program on fire prevention, the use of fire ex.tin,guishers and the handling of small fire fighting equipment. Those taking part in the program were Marvin Dodson Jr., Gregg Corbin. Charles C~,ster, LeRoy Hough and Paul Hough. In presenting the charter, Mr. Allsopp commented on ,t'he excell- en,t program of the local Chapter and stated it was his belief that many fires can be prevented through the knowledge of Spark ies. They will recognize fire haz- ards and have them corrected. In addition, they will know how to face an emergency and they Will be better qualilied to serve as fire me,n when they reach the required age. - The presentation wa} made ,at the Booster meeting of the Cum- berland Valley Volunteer Fire- mens Association. The meeting :was presided over by the President of the Association, Raymond Kim was well attended by volunteer firemen from theoughout the area. Other association officers prese,nt were: 1st Vice-Pres. R. J. Long, Hose Co. No. 5 of Martinsburg; 2rid Vice president, Ralph Myer~ of Middletown, Pa.; 3rd vice pros ident, Richard Smith of Hose Co. No. 1, Harrisonburg, Va.; Sec't. Clyde W. Frankenberry of Hose Co. No. 5, Martinsburg, Treas. Geo rge S. Ridgeley, ~unks, town, Md. and Directors Arthur Miller of Camp Hill, Pa., John A. Boyd, Winchester, Va.;~Roy Allsopp, Fay etteville, Pa.; Charles E. Daley, Hager.~town, Md. a.nd Robert D. Diehl of Keyser, W. Va. Chief J. Kenneth Willingham of the Citizens Fire Company wel- comed the association members to Charles Town stating it was an honor to have the Booster meet- ing in t'he Ci.tizens Fire Hall. De- votions were led by W. Glenn lgamsburg. Mr. Da,niel Ridenour of Hagers town, Md., President of the Little Beaver and Little Creek Water Shed Association, was the guest speaker for the meeting and gave an interesting talk on the activ- ities of the water zhed regarding the conservation of water and the benefits t'h~t could be derived from this w~ter i,n the event of fire. Mr. Wade Thomas, Deputy Sta~e Fire Marshall of We~ Virginia, aiming his remarks p~rticularly at the firemen present, stated set oral points that would make any fire company a be~ter organizat- ion. Refreshmen, ts were served after the meeting under the able direct ion of Mrs. June Willing, ham, Prs ident of the Citizens Fire Com- pany Ladies Auxiliary. fl~embersi~ip of the Citizens Fire. ComI~ny Sparky Fire Department consist of Steve Anderson, Ward Anderson, Richard Abs'hire, Don- ald Adams, Manuel Alvarez, Mi- chael Alvarez, Dick Beard, Wayne Barron, Gregg Corbin. Leeds Cor- bin, Charles Custer, Richard Mc- Cormick, Billy Blackford, Way,he Day, Marvin Dod.~an, Donald Dit- low. Jerry Darling,on, Paul Hou.g,h LeRoy Hough, Wayne Hough. Da- vid Johnson, Tommy Kidwell, Ste wart Ocker, Sonny Plum, Dewey Perks, Butch l~binson, George Stocks, Sterling Wilt, Scott Whit more, Eddie Webster, Douglas White, William Webster, David White. ieTgftthhee C~:d~t:r~fain:uiBenelii~id~i Over 250 4-H Club ka lff" persons having claims a.lLeaders At Day Pr0g y gai~nst the estate of the said Lou- isa Middlekauff, deceased, w~hether due or not, are notified to exhibit same; with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned at his office in Charles Town, W. Va. on or before the 7.th day of Novmeber, 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said E~tate. All benefic iaries of said Estate are notified to be present on said day to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7,th day of May 1959. T. W. STEPTOE Commissio~er of Accounts Charles Town. W. Va. May 7-3T- DR. O. T. REITER FOOT SPECIALIST Will Be in Charles Town AFTERNOON and NIGHT From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. 107 South Charles Street Telephone 519-M EVERY THURSDAY ~; ....:D,,~m~D.O,,im~o,~B~ zJ' II )..---- I WRONG GAME e I~ a member of the public ~- should be accidentally in- s jured by you during your s sports or other personal -' activities, you could be _. sued for damages. For . protection against these . and many other damage claims, get an/Etna Corn- . prehensive Personal Lia- bility policy. | H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 mm~ Saturday, May 9 was hea.lth day Dolly Madison and Blue Ridge for Jefferson County 4-H Club members and 235 4-H Club mem- bers, 25 paren,ts ,and leaders a~t- tended the event held at Bardane Community Center in observance of t~he 4-H heal'th theme, "Teeth I White-Smile Blight." Local 4-H Clubs presented prig inal songs and skits on the theme. The .winning songs were given by Lee,town, Jefferson Rumsey Climb ors and Potomac Pioneers. 'Phe Rumsey Climbers placed first with the winning skit with Evergreen TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL' ESTATE Charles Town-Ranson Residence Property! By virtue of the au~horl,ty ves- ted in him by the deed of trust hereinafter referred to, and in pttr suance of the provisions of said deed of {rust, ~he undersigned Trustee wilt offer for sale a~t,. pub- lic auction in front of the Cotirt House in Charles Tows in Jeffer- son County, West Virginia, on S~t urday, June~13, 1959, be~nntng- at 11:00 o'clock A. M. t~t certain lot or parcel of land slCumte at the corpora,to line bebween Charles Town and l~a,nson, with dwelling house and other tmprovemen,ts there on, described in said deed of trust as follows: "AI:I that certain lot or parcel of land v~it~h dwelling house thereon, si, tua~e in Charles Town ~Ran- son), Jefferson Cot~ty, West ~lr- ginia, fron@ng 25 .feet on bhe west side of ReFmunn Street in t~he block between FiFSt and Second Avenue, extending back of eve~ widt~h 125 feet to an alley, desig- n,aged as Lot No. 28 In Block 70 on the plat of the }ands of ,the Char- los Town Mining, Manu.fa~turing and Improvemen Com~a,ny, which is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book "X", page 1, to which said plat reference is here- by made." AND BEING the same property conveyed to s~ld Tru..~ee, by Wil- l,.am A. Whitmore and Mary W~t- son Whi.tmore, husband and wife; by deed of trust dated Ja0nuary 20 1956, recordod in the Office of t~e Clerk of t,1]e County Court of Jeff erson County, West Virginia, in Deed :I~ok 209. Page 364, to which trust deed and ghe references l~herein eongained, reference is made for further description o~ the saxae. TERMS OF SALE One-third caxh ~n day of sale, balance in equal Ins~allmen,ts evi- denced by t~he notes of the pur- chaser bearing even date wi,th d~te of sale, payable on or before one and two years after da~e re- spectively, bearing in,terest from date a~ s~x per c~ per annum, payable sem_i-annu'~lly, secured by deed of trust Upon the pz~)perty sold and a,ssignment of fire insur ance in a reason~le a~nount u~on t~e butt,dings Shere on, WV~., ,t~e privilege to t~he purchaser of payo ],.~g M1 cash on d~y of sale, or in- creasing the rash payment a~ he m~y desire. Said Trustees reserves the righ,t to accept or reject any and all bids. Forrest A. Brown, Trustee Paul M~ller, Auctioneer May 21-4t- followl n,g. During the past mon,ths each club in the county held a poster contest a;~d the wining posters from local clu~bs were on,toted in the coun, ty event. The winning posters for the age group I0 t~hrou gh 13 were, Evergreen, Bl,ue Ridge, Potomac Pioneers and M,iddleway Olimbers. In the group 14 and over the Rumsey CHmbers; Sunrise Nei,~hborhood, Dolly Madison and Summl~ Poir~t placed highest; kn the scoring. - The pe'rcen,tage of club members in attendance from each club was also a part of the scoring for the day. Smnmi:t Poin.t, Elk Branch, ~hen:andoah- Potomac; Jefferson, Willing Workers Alstadt's Clim- ber~ and Middleway Climbm~ all scored ,high for aVtendance. ' Poln~s were given for each event and the club with the highest score earned the rig.ht to represen,t t~e county a,t the St.a:te Heal'th event to be held at Jackson's M.ll'l during Au g~us~,. The fin~i scoring showed 'bhe Rumsey CHmbers in t~he lead w~t'h Evergreen." second, Blue Ridge third and Jefferson Leeo,wn and the Potomac Pi~e]eers trying for fourth place. Miss Margaret Gracey Honored At Shower Complimenting Miss Margaret Oracey, a June brlde-to-be, a sur- prise miscellaneous bridal shower was held at the home of Mr. and {Mrs. Glenn I~msburg, Morison Street, Friday, M~y 15 a,t 8 o'clock L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Vs. Retwto~tln| Tt'~ TRAVELERIt, IP. m. wiui~ i~h'=. Harry Jcnkm,~, Jr., Miss Lorna Lee Shull, Miss Maurine Bush, Mrs. Stanley Wake man of Woodstock, Va. and Mrs. Glenn Welsh, Route 3, Maz~ins- bur~, W. Va. stowing as hostesses with Mrs. Ramsburg for the :spring event. The pro-nuptial party was held amid a set:trig of green and yellow. Refreshments were served to the guests from the dining room table which was centered wit,h a fore' SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r. tmr a ADVOCATt 6--B THURSDAY, MAY 28, tiered wedding cake deeora.ted in green a,ud yellow topped with a minia~ture bride and groom wi.th single yellow tapers in glass hold- ez's ,:)n each side of the cake. Miss Gracey was a recipient of many race a,~cl useful gifts w:hich were arranged under an umbrella carrying out the color scheme of green and yellow. RUBBER Slze you desire. Quick cient Service. Teleph{ SPIRrr OF i VOCATE OFFICE, North Street. Oct. 2- if.---no ' ~ ~ ~ ..... ~ /~ 'i ~i~ /?{~ )!: :3i:i~i3i:i i~ ~: L,/:/~%~:i~:~I } "!i:.i:/ i ii!!! i/!ii i ii i iiiii iiiiiii iil i ,'! ii%i!ii i i iiiil, iii:iii:il "No mud and dirt! a lot cleaner since we got a concrete street!" Concrete's the street for good homemakers! No tar to track in. No dust and dirt from peri- odic patching and surface treatment. Laid flat, concrete stays flat--there are never any hollow spots to collect water or to cause dangerous swerves. Concrete's grainy surface assures quick, safe stops--re- sists skidding, even when wet. And concrete reflects far more light than a dark surface for better visibility at night. With all this, concrete's ini- tial cost is moderate. And the city can all but forget about upkeep.~ Modern concrete is the preferred pavement for residential streets . . . and it belongs on the street in front of your home. Get together with your neighbors! If your street needs paving, make your preference for ~oncrete known. Con- crete is the only pavemeKt that can be accurately en- gineered to carry the ex- pected traffic loads on your street and lasts 50 years and more. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION so West Brood Street, Columbus 15, OhiO 4 national organization to improve and extend the uses of concrete FROST-PROOF / REFR I II RATOR-FREEZ em.t.~,~ ' ' " LOOK! All these luxurious features too! Separate Frost-Proof Freezer Section with 95 lb. capac- ity. New Frigi-Foam insulation gives 9 more pounds of freezer food space. Flip-Quick Ice-Ejector, and Port- able Server and 2 Trays.- Sliding Meat Tender keeps most meats safely for 7 days. Roll-to-You Shelves. Full width} No cut corners! Big Glide-Out Hydrators for moist- fresh storage.. Durable Dulux Finish in 5 colors or white. Gold Crown: Jubilee Value:: .~ .001 Model FP-130-59 DOWN CHARLES TOWN -- SHEPHERDSTOWN -- MARTI]