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H IH and family of Lowdown County, Iday dinner guests of the formers it Lireate 'j 'N.Mr 'c., sisterUral Carlandof Mr. Edwinf AshvillO,Clev. SPZl lrT 019 J/ IWI EI $ON 'ARMERS U J Va. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt I mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and fam l enger, is a patient in Aston Park 6--1~, THURSDAY, By Mrs. Pauline Ott and daughter of Liza, Mr. and lily. ~ Deferred From Last Week Mrs. Philip Wiley and daughter t Mrs. John ttill and Mrs. Joseph [C ~ m At t w oro ~,d~, went major surgery, Thursday Congress will probably have 1he office until September Mr'andMrs'G~bert?~tandThresaandMr'andMrs'WihnertineMillicentfVienna'Ua'were ;~!;!i,: li )i :ii!!I~ ;i! Bell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. T. D. Oft i'~/:I:!~ phonemrning'callACCrdingfrom bert husband,a tele- payerfUll suppOrtwhenOf lhethe AmeriCanappropriationtaX- bebeCaUseplacedfonillthehealthretirel family of Florida ~ere recent call Philip eden and daughter Liza land son Harry n. Ott. :i" :: I Mrs. Garland is recovering very bill for increased space explor- May 6, 1961. ers f the frmers mlher Mrs" were recent visitrs f Mr" and Miss Ine7 'r~rnv wh'~ i~ '~'~1"" ~i i !il ~i iili ii Lettie O~t. Mrff. Frank Bell and family. _ led in Washingt'on, D.'C. spent~he i/ ]satisfactorily The best of get well ation faces the nation's lawmak- We, the session of I wishes are extended to her, with ers. The United States needs to neysville Presbyterian Mrs. Shelva Utz of Front Royal, . lvlr. ann mrs. troy ruise ann I weekend with her parents Mr. and /hpes for a speedy recovery develop a solid fuel and to ,dup- wc record our Christia Va. were Saturday visitors of Mr. tam)Jy ot ~momway were recent I Mrs" Guilford Turner and family. [ In a recent letter from her son licate the flight of Russia's ' Ues- passing give thanks to andMrs.Mer~e~denandfami]y~s~tors~ttn~a~ersm~mer~rs.~eweres~rr.t~hea~tha~MrsMrs. Philip Wiley is employed Mary Cline Y " ~~ili ~ 'Granville' Mrs" Elmer Wright istk" and surpass their achieve" lifein ur church andl .... ; ......... I Virgie Ott of Charles Town is a |glad to report his recovery from merit in this battle of exploring We note the fact that at the Mallress b~acU, ry near Mar Le~t~s.o?e~er~n~Ig~?lOVa?a/~osn./patient in the Winchester Mere- [an illness and his return to his the last great frontier of the i occupied a major pl, tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Alec I.anham and ' " orial Hospital We wish her a Lena Yates and daughter Lmda of [ sneed, recover /duty in the U. S. Navy. Friends world. ]long and useful life, anl /in this vicinity are proud to learn In my opinion, the manned !our Heavenly Father family f Lud(mn Cunty' Va" Nkesville' Va" and Mr" and Mrs [ r"" "'" "Y;"" ll were Sunday visitors of the lit- lvlr ann _m_rs. Leon Longeroeam /this good news. space flight had a .tremendous portunity of sharing w Claude Beahm and son of Hyatts- and ....... Mr. and Mrs. William Trail and impact on the morale of the A- ',the service of JesusCh ters parenls Mr. and Mrs. sam,m,, un u, u,.o nT,,,, (taugnter ,ay ann son uonnle 'Bv?ahn 'fe : sRt n , sons of Bolivar visited Mrs. Trail's meriean citizen at home, as well [ church. His work in t HardYMrs. andMildredfamilY.shumaker and a l:?wneraenduMn l'ay diM;:rsPoa parents Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel as the incounted propaganda val-Iwas marked by the family of Bolivar anti Mr. and -^- " ]Mr and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and ] /Gray, Sr., Sunday afternoon,ue in other countries ]fruits o'f the Holy SP Mrs. Sammy Oden spent last Sun andr:Ula~nd Mrs. Hugh Wiley of/ram,ily" _ .. " ......... I ~ Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello and [God's Redeeming Grac [daughter, Mary Lane were visi- T~ .. I those who love him. Mr ago Mrs t narms w Appeli day with Mr and Mrs. Farmer at near .... Mdlvllle were Sunday even- |_nave" oougnt" " " "me iormer " ,ranK" " tors Sunday afternoon with their ll, esolill;lOn ]His many years of f| Washington, D.C. mg wsitors of thie. formers par-. |JJumw ........... Home irom ann Mrs [uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Her- ]vice will long be remer ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wdey ["eo ..... : '- ; ]man Snowden in Martinsburg. The following resolution of re-Ihis friendliness, thou II1 ' rge WhO oougnt ,t severa, and family. | ear Mr and Mrs Robert Turner Jr |Y s ago.. .. [ speet of the deceased Elder Char ]truth and honor, ch-' " " ttev an(1 mrs. raul Glover of les E. Widmyer was approved and [that can come only fro: ndf:?dYsLChao e hT nrWere/Orange, Va. were recent callers of ] Lois Brewer Hamed 9rdered by the session to be enter [ledge and love of The l: pale,t .......................... m, auu ml, . n ooerL xur |lRev" and Mrs Arthur Beahm and. " [1 C in the minutes of the session, a We extend our sympl her Sr /sn. copy sent to Mrs. Widmyer and |life's companion of 56 Mr and Mrs Merle eden an(] " Winner Of hades copies made available to the local [married devotion an, Re . and Mrs. Joseph Smith of ] " - " - paper and a copy sent to the ]three sons and congra sons Steve,r, eRh, Terry ann Winchester, Va. were Monday ws . | ,, .... , ....a were Saturday evening call Palmer Davis Hedal ~hristian Observer for publicat-lfor the Christian heri ...................... /ers of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webb ion. [is theirs. Bel 'and Mrs Donald Oden and [and family at Shenandoah June- [ The CharIes Palmer Davis Med- Charles Emery Widmyer born ] D v aaa [al was given on Friday, May 19, arch 1874 united with the I ........ daughter Donna and sons, Guy [tl~r and Mrs Donald Oden and Kearneysville Presbyterian chur-[ Clerk of t] IS O~J~ II [ in awards assembly to the student ch by profession of faith MarchI [daughter Donna and sons Guy who has been outstanding in Ot- 23, 1900, was ordained as an Eld- [ U.S. scmnusts fi ...... /and Frank of Ranson were Sun- izenship and who has shown ex. F B [day evening visitors of Mr. and cellence as a student of current er in May 1932 and setwed in that hopeful on .arms talk. ...... [Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. [affairs during the past school I!OHC rl /Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands and ,year. The committee chose Lois .... . ......... kl Thb ll daughter Nancy were Sunday visi Brewer, a ninth grade student, on " " " | | tors of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Spen. the basis of the National Current - " :" P :TER o ~t oar vn eer and son at Arlington, Va. Events Test, of an essay about : d I TTA' :. I.AWI:ORD : n .- ,o,v,, Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Barnett of a current news story, of her cit- -" ............ " .. : .. qALE and SERVICE Hagerstown, Md. were recent visi- - " : "i 'l'dE KIRBY :" A P P L I A N C E S tors of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur izenship and of her being above coot: : : "ffIDNE DIIR : average as a student. : .: : : :. ...)._" ...... Beahm and son ; : : : ... .,... Ult rles Town W. VL Our sympathy goes out to Mrs. Honorable mention was given -. ? . . THE ICE : ..... . , to Michael Hoffmaster, Robert "" "" 'CAPADE t-' '" :' West Washington ' Street Betty Oden. Mrs. Sheiva Utz and Benton, and Rosella Kern, who al "" " '. S..: " :" L McDOHAtP. Jlt ........................ Mrs. Catherine W ebb for the sa are members of classes which .: ...... -- ............. death of their mother, use the publications Current E- A 6 [ H C Y II I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and vents or Every Week from the daughter Donna and sons. Guy American Education Publications. and Frank of Ranson were Sun at Berryville, Va. Carol LaRue, Bobby Light. The award is offered by Wesleyan INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. --PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P. M. SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25e - Adults 50c Wednesday - Thursday May 31 - June 1 AW ~--Naw YorkIV | Friday - Saturday June 2.3 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday June 4-5-6 Wednesday. Thursday June 7-8 DOUBLE FEATURE Raymond Burr Martha Hyer Joan Bennett Kitchens . . . Playrooms . .. Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Va. Or Call Collect To PHONE AM 3J9411- Martinsburg, W. Va. M iy 18-tf. " - II II I I I I I SHIELD GUARDS 60 DIFFERENT SHRUBS & TREES AGAINST A MULTITUDE OF BUGS/ Yesl Miller's miracle Sevln 50Yo Wettable Powder actually kills bugs which have built up a resistance to DDT-type insectl- cidesl Easily and safely applied by any home garde or. During the next low weeks, ,Sevin controls Jap beetles, bag worm, aphids and many other pests. A 6 oz. canister of this gardea necessity cmts... 7MUCC SEE YOUR LOCAL ,HOME ,GARDEN SUPPLIER Ti-app i In A Burning Hell! day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mer- le eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Spencer and son of Arlington, Va. were last Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Viands and daughter Nancy. Miss Mazie I. Shumaker, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley She maker of Bolivar and Samuel M. eden son of Mrs. Nellie Oden and the late William H. eden Jr. were united in marriage on May 13 at Sandy Hook, Md. Rev. Leonard K. Hoffman, pastor of the Pentecost Faith Church performed the sin- I PUBLIC SALE Located on Route 40---11 miles east of Frederick, Md.--2 miles west of Ridgeville 10 O'CLOCK (Ra~ or Shine} 35 FARM TRACTORS ALL SIZES AND MODELS 6 Ford Tractors, 3 M Farmalls, 2 A Farmalls. 3--800 Fords, 4 John Deere's, 3 Case Tractors, Massey Harris, 3 Allis Chglmers, 2 88 OH~er, 2 Oliver Diesels, Bull- dozer, several others. 200 pieces farm equipment, 10 plows, 10 mowers; 6 hay crushers, MeDeering self, propelled combine. Miss Wilford Smith from Devon Pa. and Miss Louisa Smith from Washington, D. C. spent the week end with their brother and sister Mrs. Austin Nieodemus Mr. Robert R. Smith Jr. and Miss Elizabeth M. Smith at their home Deferred From Last Week "Silver Spring". Franklin and Deb Mr .and Mrs. Russell Lloyd and bie received many nice gifts. daughter Teresa from Charles Town were Supper guests, on Sun i | day at the home of Mr. Lloyds L L parents Mr.and Mrs. Hunter By Miss tn oro'Jy Bowers Lloyd. 5 wagons, 4 driUs, 4 balers, 8 hay Marvin Adams this past. week. : rakes, 12 Cultivators, disc & spring harrows, New 'Holland & Mothers Day Dinner was glve~ FoX field harvesters, blowers, eul- in honor of Mrs. Charles McDon. ti-packerS, hammermil ls, 3 eleva- aid on May 14 at the home (if to's. full day sale of" farm equip- sondn-law and daughter Mr. a~d ment. .... Mrs. C. F. Wall and ~aughter $fls Lot of-small items, tools, 2 an of Charles Towfi. Other guests tonS'baler twine and wire, electric were Mr. and Mrs. David l~cDon- drill, Skill saw, trucks, Ford true- aid and fatuity from Berryville, ter with fr~)n loader, Ford tractor Va. Miss Louise Jenkins, Mr. Bill with back hoe, CO!95 Internation al tr~torL and 34 ft. trailer, New[R0bert.s, . ' " ' Holland bale thrower. Rippon Baseball Club We will sell your equipment on ~dmmtsslon, private sales dhtlly. CLAY SALES, INC. Mt. Airy, Md. PHONE MT. AIRY 200 June 1 1L pd. __ IJ II _ _ J H_ ORDER OF PUBLICATION. The Rippon baseball club got their 1961 game off to a, good start on May 14. They played Sum mit Point and beat them 3.1 and on May 21 they beat Mountain Nears 8-2. They will play Hanson Sunday, May 28. The players are Richard LlOyd, D0nny Ceraulo, Glenn Boyd, Leon Jenkins, John Snow, Bobby Jenkins, Steve Wil- Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun University through this puhlisher. The Davis Award commemo- rates the man who was the pio- neer publisher of newspapers written especially for classroom use, Miss Brewer's essay on a cur- rent news story was as follows: "THE LAST FRONTIER" By Lois Bre ver On May 5. 1961, the United States fired its first astronaut, Alan Shepherd, a thirty-seven year old Navy Commander, into space He was enclosed in a cap- sule which reached a maximum height of one hundred and fifteen miles and traveled three hund- red and two miles down the At- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conrad and daughter Mary Margaret from Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Warren and Charles Town visited on Sunday daughter, Judy of Washington, D. afternoon at the home of Mr. and C. were visitors on Thursday even Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Magaha, daughter Paul Mills and sons. Darlene, son Ricky, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Alton Muse, son, Timothy, lantic missile range. Adams daughter Martha son and Mrs. Marshall McAboy were This space exploration probe Cheeky visited with cousins in in Winchester, Va. Thursday aft- was a fifteen minute duration Boyd, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Wilson ernoon on business from the actual launching at Cape Magaha on Sunday. Supper guests wednesday at Canarveral, Florida to the cush- Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Anders the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin toned landing somewhere in the and family from Charles Town Clevenger and daughter were vicinity of the Grand Bahamas. and Mr and Mrs. James Wilson Mrs. Earl Crone of Sleepy Creek, I/is' spacecraft, the Freedom 7" from Hyattsville, Md. were supper W. Va:, Mrs. Bruce Rockwell and was launched from the nose of guests on Saturday atthe home sons of critz; Va. our successful Redstone missile. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Master Michael Simons of Char- marking the first flight into space Mrs. Donald /-Ierring, d ahghtei- les'.Town spent Monday afternoon controlled,'in part, by the pilot Donna Sue from Winchester,.Va. with his cousin, Master Bruce himself. were #isitors. ith. r.-and Mrs. Bowers. The resulting success of this Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Gray and rocket ride" will be written on daughters Carla and Donna vis- the pages of history. Commander ited Mrs.'. Gray's mother Mrs. Vir- Shepherd paved the way for the gie Rumbarger in:Winchester, Va. future space research by return- Thursday,evening. Saturday aft. trig in excellent physical and men. ernoon Mrs. Gray and her daugh- tai condition. In honor and ap- t ters were visitors :with Mr. and preciation of America s aceomp- i Mrs. Charles Perry in Berryville- lishment, President Kennedyre- I Virginia,- ceived-Commander Shepherd at " Mrs, Donald Frye, Mrs. David the. White House and awarded Penwell, Mxs:AitonMuse and son America's first speace medal to Timothy, shopped in Falls Church him. on Saturday. The flights of Russia and the Miss J ennifer Gray was a guest United States can hardly be com- Sunday (if Mr. andMrs. Stephen pared as they were made with Dalgarn, Jr. and.family in Charles different objectives in mind. How Town. ever, our one ton space capsule Mrs. Berlha: Morgan of Bolivar was controlled, in part, by our was a visitor'Thursday at the astronaut. The five ton capsule of 0me of Mr. and 'Mrs. William Russia's, fired in a fixed orbit Honk and Miss Dorothy Bowers. and powered by solid fuel, is ap- Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers and proximately five times more pow- ty, West Virginia Blakeley Bank and Trust Com- pany A Corporation. Administrat. or of The Estate of Bessie E. Pen well, Deceased, complainant vs. Civil Action No. 121 Goldie Painter, James Penwell. Ellen Wilt, Irene Akers. Marie Heishman, Donald Penwell. Bes. sic Ballenger, Eppa Penwell, Fran 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 Cor poration, Jules F. Langlet, M. D., William P. Warden, M. D., The Melvin T. Strider Company, a Cor poration, defendants. The object of the above entitled lingham, Kenneth Lloyd and Jim children Debbie and Jimmie of my Jenkins. Charles Town visited the family Mr .and Mrs. David McDonald in .the evening. and family from Berryvllle were Vacation Church School dinner guests on Suriday at the Daily Vacation Church School home of Mrs. Charles: McDonald. at the Presbyterian Church will Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams begin June 5 and will continue and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magaha at through two weeks, convening tended a Silver Twirlers Club Bir thday party Square Dance at the South Hagerstown High school Friday night. Other members at. tending from Shenandoah Square Club were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stewart, Mr. and Mrs, Newton Ma gaha, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs, Mr. and Mrs Willard Beahm, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dfffenderfer. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gar each morning at 9:00 a. m. All children between the ages of 4 and 14 in .this vicinity are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parks and son, Michael of Charles Town acoompanied By Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Elmer Wright and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Jr., were in Williamsport, Md. SUnday aft- ernoon where they attended the orginizational services of the new St. A drew Presbyterian Church, action is to subiect the real es- net Payne spent Sunday in Nor- rate owned by Bessie E. Penwell folk, Va. visiting different places 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 flied in this action that the said Irene Akers, Bessie Ballenger and Eppa Penwell are non rest- dents of the State of West Virgin- ia, it is ordered that they do ser- ve upon Kenneth W. Metz, com- plaintants attorney, whose ad- dress is Charles Town, West Vir- ginla, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this act. ion on or before the 17th day of JUne, 1961," otherwise judgement by .default will be taken against of interest. They stopped at Ports mouth, Va. and were able to visit on the Valley Forge ship that Mr. Adams was on seven years ago. Mrs. Robert Smith was accom partied by her sister Mr. Max Christian from Atlantic City, N. 3. to the Southwest of Virginia to visit their father Mr. Rogers of Kimballton, Va. Birthday Party A birthday party was given in honor of Franklin and Debbie Adams Saturday from 2:30 till 5 o'clock by their mother Mrs. Woodrow Adams at the Berryville Roller Rink, Franklin Birthday yas postponed fromFeb, on cori. which will be constructed there, the work to begin next month. Rev. Watt Jeffries, the pastor of the newly organized Church, was a former student minister here, while attending the Union Theo- logical Seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Hindman and son, David of Richmond, Va. were dinner guests on Sunday of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills and sons were also visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Perks, Jr. and family and Mr. M. H. Hind- man in Charles Town. David MeAboy, U.S. Navy, stationed in Norfolk, Va. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and them at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court, May 12, 1961. W. M. JONES Clerk of Court May 18.4t- dition of bad weather. Those at- son. tending the party to help Frank- Mrs. Ella Spates of Bolivar vis- lin and Debbie celebrated their Red Thursday afternoon with her birthday were M rtha Lynn son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Adams, Pat and Jimmy Heflebow Mrs. Charles Spates and family. er, ray Cepelka, Charlotte and Mrs. William Honk was a visitor Milly and Peggy Kackley/Sue and Friday afternoon at the home' of Mary Helen Magaha, Billy and Mr. and Mrs. William Honk, Jr. Debbie Joe, Dean Oradorff, Jean, and family in Uvilla. erful as to thrust and actual per- formance. The Russian flight was manned but undirected by Yuri Gagaien. The United Sta es has regained world prestige which was lost in the Cuban fiasco and the Ber- lin crisis, as well as the renewed confidence of the American citi- zen, by means of the space effort. , m I STATIONERY GREETING CARDS CAPERTON BROTHERS Charles Town, W. Va. NBC-TV JUNE V A$$OCIATIOH 000000@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ an 00000000-00@0000000@ DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, I will sell the Following Personal 2 miles East of Rippon, W. Va., 7 miles of Charles Town, W. Va., at Myerstown, Jefferson County, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON .' HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Walnut Corner Cupboard, 16 Cu. Ft. Deep Ft. Refrigerator; Home ComfOrt Ravage, Dining 3 Sewing Machines, Bureau, Walnut Round Drop Leaf Table, Wash Stand, ~'lower Stands, sene 4-Burner Stove; China Closet, Several Chairs, DayB ed, 4 Beds and Springs; Wooden Gas Stove, with Oven; Several Tables, ]Pie Porch Swing, Twin Bed, Springs and MaitreS;/: Cabinet, 2 Rugs, Bar Stool, 12-Gauge Shot 2 Corn Shellers, 3 Butchering Kettles, Sausage Press. Oil Drum, 50-ft. 2/4 Hose, 75-ft. Power Reel Mower, Screen Doors, 2 Doors, Sprayer, Electric Motor, Garden Plow, Hoes, Shovels, Other Tools; 3 Small Out 3 x 9, 3 x 9; Cooking Utensils, Trunks, Food Pots, Tubs, Glass Jars, Chicken Feeders, Sugar tric Fans, Toaster, Lamps. Dishes including Filled with Old Dishes; Punch Bowl Set, and numerous to mention. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed MRS. EDWARD { NED) MORROW, R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Luncheon Rights Reserved. lV~y 25 -2t. G. W. Auctioneer.