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June 4, 1959

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!, BUY THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WOF K The beauty lasts II I %*, (i/ Over 600 Attend Wright Denny Art Exhibit; Ronald Widmyer Winner of Top Award For Second Straight Year The Wright Denny Art Exhibit held Monday evening at the scLool was well attended by parents and patrons of the school in addition to visitors from other area.~ of the county. Teachers estimated that between six and seven hun- dred persons viewed the exhibit excluding the local pupils. Ronald Leo Widmyer won the tri-color award for the second year with a chalk drawing of volcanos. The second best p;ece of art in the show was a modern art design by Karen Day a fourth grade pupil. 'Judges for the Exhibit were: Mrs. John Moulto~l, Mrs. J. H. Morris and Mr. John Pestun. They expressed a satisfaction with the quality of art repre.~ent- ed in the exhibit and said the i Exhibit was the best they had observed here. Mrs. Moulton ha.~ been a judge at the annual ex- hibit since its origin sew~ral ycazs able mention wa~: indicated by i yellow ribbons.Winners were: i Crayon-- I First Grade-- Blue--Jeff Roth Red--Charles Richardson Hon. Mention--Herbert Slusher Debbie Merchant Second Grade-- Blue--Charlotte Rowe Red-Sandy Carter 'Hon. Mention--Bobby Griffith Third Grade-- Blue--Marsha Pine Red-- Linda Bradley Hoq~. Mention--Wayne Carter Debbie Whitmore. Nancy age. Popkins, Steve Evans E#ery pupil in the school had Fourth Grade--- art on exhibit in the several cate- Blue--Richard. Arthur gories of media used thi:~ year. Red--Sandy Walters Principal James Moler said the Hon. Mention--Keith Wagner, pictures this year and the work of Beverly Kidwell the pupils demonstrated the most Fifth Grade--- creative and intriguing themes he Blue Sandra Boyd has seen during the sevelal years Red--Charles Jackson of the displays. ,Hon. Mention--David Magaha, Blue ribbons were awarded to Dorothy Titus winners by grades and media. Sixth Grade-- Second place winners were dc.sig- Blue--Larry Webster nated by red ribbons and honor- Red---Marion Merchant ,Hon. Mention--Billy Pierce, I,inda Grant. Sara Steptoe, William Harden Due to ill health and converting my home into apartments: I will sell the Following Personal Property located on 5th Ave., rear of race tracks, Charles Town, W. Va.. on FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1959, and SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1959. Order of Sale Will Be General Merchandise and Store Fixtures on ]FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1959, Beginning at 7:00 O'CLOCK P. M. (D.S.T.) promptly. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1959, Antiques and Modern Furniture, Beginning at 10:00 O'Clock A. M. (D. S. T.) GENERAL MERCHANDISE & STORE FIXTURES Consisting of Groceries, Notions, Clocks, Watches, Costume Jewelry, Toys. Full Line of Groceries,, some No. 10 cans of Fruit and Vegetables, Ladies Frontier Slacks, Men's Lee Rider Pants and Jackets. 50 cans of Lambert's Irish Reducine, Lots of Gallons of Red and White Paint. STORE EQUIPMENT Warren Quality 8-Ft. Refrigerated Meat Case (A-1 condi- tion, new Compressor): Sanitary Computing Scales, 2 National Cash Registers, Meat Slicer (hand); 5-Ft. Floor Show Case, Small Case. NOTICE:--All of the above is good clean merchandise and equipment. ANTIQUES Walnut Victorian Secretary (Very Old}; High Poster Canopy Bed. Walnut Library Table, Walnut Drop-Feaf Table, ]land Carved Marble Top Sideboard, Marble Top Washstand, Marble Top Chest of Drawers, Shearton Chest of Drawers, Marble Top Dresser. Parlor Rocker, Plank Bottom, Adams and Straight Chairs; Corner Cupboard, Sewing Stand, Several Small Stands, Teakwood Candle ~Stand, Bamboo What-Not, Several Old Clocks, 250 Pieces of Old China and Glass (some colored); 3 Piece Wine Canister, Set (Silver); Canister Set, Parlor and Finger Lamps. 20" Brass Tray, Lots of Brass andeCopper Ket- tles, Coffee Mills, Farm Bell, Flat Irons, Griddles, Several Old Guns. Cow Bells, Ilam l~ilers, Copper Ketteles, Apple Butter Kettles, Tripods, Some Old Books and Papers; Set of Old Buick Head Lights, Brass Candle Sticks, Shaving Mugs, Tear Drop Pulls. COLLECTOR'S ITEMS 2 Old Baby Buggies, One 4-Wheel Trap, Basket Sleigh, 3 Sets of Brass Sleigh Bells. MODERN FURNITURE 2-Piece Living Room Suite (like new); 1 Mahogany Bedroom Suite, Overstuffed Chairs, Small China Closet, 5-Ptece Dinette Set, Office Chair, Coffee Tables, Odd Chairs, 2 Metal Utility Tables, Metal Wardrobe, Electric Mixer, Hoover Kitchen Cabi- net, Royal Oak Range (5-gal. tank); 1 Thor Washing Machine, Double Laundry Tubs, 2 Refrigerators. Many Pictures and Lamps, Lots of Brac-Brae, China and Glassware, and Cooking Utensils: Red Roof and White House Paint, 410 Shotgun, Wheelbarrow, Garden Tools, Carpenter and Hand Tools Set of Lug Wrenches, Mason Level. Saws, Home Canned Fruit, llalf Can of Lard, Western Saddle, Halters, and Bridles: Old Trunks, and Many Other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS :--CASH. RAY X. MERCHANT, PHONE 511-J, CIIARLES TOWN, W. VA. W. D. ORNDORFF. Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. Lunch Served. Tempera.-- First, Grade-- Blue-Karla Robinson ,Red--Shely Howard Hon. Men,tion- Paula Propps, Deborah Harm]son Second Grade-- Blue-Sandy Cartor Red--Jacoueli~ Bush .Hon. Mention---Mary Woodard, Diane Kratz Third Grade-- Blue--Donna Wraga Red--Stephanie Clopper Hon. Mention-Jeneane Sagle Fourth Grade-- "Blue--Susa~ League Red--Karen Day Hon. Mention--Becky DaDey Firth Grade-- Blue--John Kite Red--Linda Link Hon. Mention~Melanie Painter Chetie Hines Sit,h Grade-- Blue--Ronnie Widmyer Red--Marion Merchant Hon. Mention--Willie Fellers, I,arry Webster, Robert Linton Caryon and Tempera-- Firsit Grade-~ Blue--Danny Craun Red--~teve Ruble ~Hon. Mention---Gary Gray, John Dignazio Second Grade-- Blue-~C;amuel Webb Red--Charlotte Rowe ~Ion. Mention--Glenn Edwards, Jan Arthur, Pauia Propps, Susan Mclntyre Third Grade-- Blue--Karen Bell Red--Wayne Carter Gerald Painter, Lisa Shuman Fo-rth Grade-- Blue--David White Red--Re:ba Kay Pestun IHon. Mention---Patsy Dailcy, Keith Wagner Fif'h Grade .... Blue--Jeff Sagl~ 'R~d-.-Valera Smith Hon. Mention--David Master, Shells Moler PI~T-OI'T,~ First Grade Blue-Jeff Roth ~,ed-G~ rla nd Popkir~s Hon. Mention-Jody Butler, Kim t~eid. Donald Dillow Second Grade Blue-Jimmy Floozie Red-Skippy Whitmore, lYfichael Mays. Bobby Griffith Hon. Mention-Katy Sue Pop- kins, Pres,tc,n Ellis Third Grade Blue-Kay Jackson Red-Edwin Fi,tzpa,trick Hon. Mention-l=banald Jackson. Wayne Carter Fourth Grade Blue-Brad Butler Red-Jean Marler Hon. Mention-Tommy Brown June 4 - It. Fifth Grade ."FLOW KOTE" WALL PAINT A truly modem rubber-base paint that gives your wails aM ceilings new beauty in minutes. "DUCO" SATIN SHEEN ENAMEL A rich, semi ]oss finish. Very durable. Odorless. Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, ~a~.ndwotk, furniture. ALKYD FLAT WALL PAINT Dries to a durable matte finisi~. Odorless, easy to apply. Self-sealing quality assures uniform colors on new and old surfaces. NEW CONCEPT OF INTERIOR PAINTING MATCHING COLORS FOR WALLS, WOODWORK, CEILINGS NEW "IN BETWEEN" SHADES WITH DU PONT UNIVERSAL TINT- ING COLORS e FASTER, EASIER, MORE CONVENIENT... LONG LASTING PtlONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Blue-&mice Clopper Red-Janice Clopper Hon. Me,ntion-Frankie Wel~ch, John Rissler, Brenda Staubs Sixth Grade Blue-l%onnie Wldmyer Red-Marcy Reid Hon. Mention-Vickie Purcell, Walter Smith FINGER PAINT First Grade Blue-Anne Seal Red-Dean Viands Hon. Merit]on-Gary Gray, Phil- ip Gainer, Sharon Dutrow, Alle,n Jenkins. Robert Wil- lingham, Auralie Creamer, Kathleen Bartlett. Second Grade Blue-Pamela Hoffman Red-Turner Ramey Hon. Mention-Doris Ann Brown Eric St~,ley, Mike (Magaha Third Grade Blue-Michael McGrail Red-Ricky Blackford Hon. Mention-l~nald Walters Fourth Grade Blue-Sarah Myers Red-Cindy Silveous Fifth Grade Blue-Judieh Alexander Red-Grog Carper H~n. Mention-Jennings Leport, Ricky Shoup Sixth Grade Blue-Carlton Hehle Red-Billy Mercer Over 600 2 Chalk First Grade Blue-Rickie Riley Red-Jeff Roth Hon. Menion-Lyle Hoffman Second Grade Blue-Paula Propps Red-James Senseney Hon. Mention-Clarence Arthur Third Grade Blue-Karen Marcus Red-Stanley Warrenfeltz Hon. ~Ientic.n-Alice Painter Fourth Grade Blue-Keith Wagner Red-Brad Bu,tler Hon. Mention-Sandy Walters Fifth Grade Blue-Ricky Shoup Red-Thomas Kerns Hon. Mention-Billy Frazier Mayor Carson Buys First Poppy Saturday was "Poppy Day" in] member of the Legion Auxiliary Charles Town and Ransom, with[and worker for ,the annual "Pop- members of Jackson-Perks Post,] py'' drive. The funds from this Charles Town American Legion ldrive are used for disaOled veter- ans at the Baker V. A. Center. Auxiliary selling poppies on the]Members of the Legion Auxiiiary downtown streets of Charles Town [ said they were well pleased with all day Saturday. And in the]the respond the general public above picture Charles Town's] gave to the sale Saturday and Mayor Carson is shown]expressed thanks to all those purchasing the first "'Poppy" from]who contributed to the program Mrs. S. H. Stone, long an active land also those who helped with it. some fishing. They have been corn ing to Shenandoah to fish for about twenty five years. They re- turned home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ju,nior Hough of Charles Town were callers on Tue sday with the latters uncle Mr. George Jones. ! Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plo,tner and !grandchildren Davie and Irvin of! ~Hedgesville were dinner guests on Friday with Mrs. Plotner's mother Mrs. Maude Smallwood. town, Md. spent t~he day Saturday with Mr. Bert Viands. Mr. Sylvester Frye of Be,thesda ~vld. spent from Friday evening un til Sunday eve;aing with his par- en,ts Mr. Robert Frye Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Bmmswick spen~t Saturday even ing and Sunday afternoon with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eas~terd~ay of Charles Town were Saturday call Sixth Grade Mrs. Hall Thomson of Murrell ors with Mrs. Maude Smallwo~d. Blue-Ronnie Widmyer Hill, Mrs. Harry Silveous of near Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon Red-Linda Grant Leetown and Mrs. Floyd Bagean,t of Maryland ~spen't t~he weekend Hon. Mentio,n-V. H. Malone, of near the power plant were Wed with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pete Furr nesday afternoon callers witch Mrs. Melvin Fritts, Mr. and Mrs. Leon ard Frit~ts of Charles Town were MODERN ART Albert Viands Jr. and family at Saturday night callers wi,th Mel- First Grade the Bloomery. Blue-Donna Webster Red-Herbert Slusher ~Mr. and Mrs. Brookman of Mar vin and Beulah. Mrs. tester Ot, t and son Mich- H.on. Men.tion-Vickie Crites tinsburg are spending the summer ael spent the day wit'h her mother Second Grade at their cottage near the bloomery ,Mrs. James Dailey. Blue-Diana Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Do,nald Hovermale Red-Glenda Roper, Paula and family have gone to Berkeley TO HAVE~ : Propps, Kenny Frye Springs to live in a trailer and he ----- Hon. Men,ion-Mary C. Painter. is helping his mother in her res- The Gleaner's Class of the Char Ruth Whi.tmore ~aurant. los Town Methodist Church will Third Grade Miss Mabel Aits of near Wever- hold a bake sa~le Saturday, June 6 Blue-Donald Tomblin ton, Md. spen,t Wednesday even- in the Western Auto Store on W. Red-JerrYRoss Darlington, Suzy ingviandsWitha,nd sonMr" John.and ~Mrs. Bel* Washington street. Hon. Mention-Debbie Ballard, : The general telephone operators gave Mrs. Harry Shirley a sur- a poor product; it will invariably Mary J. Painter ] Pro,per advertising will often sell Fourth Grade prise stork shower on Tuosday at sell a good one. Blue-Karen Day the home of Mrs. Mary Le ,braun. Red-Linda Breeden Hon. Men,tion-Ltnda Carson. Richard M~gaha Fifth Grade Blue-Linda Link Red-Jea,nnie Roth Hon. Mention-3ames Perricone, Margaret Byrer Sixth Grade Blue-BHly Strider Red-Pamela Demory Hon. Mention-William ~Jercer PENCIL AND CHALK Blue.Mike Thompson Red-Robert tin,ton Hon. Mention-Joyce Johnston MOST OUTSTANDING RONNIE WII)MYER SECOND OUTSTANDING KAREN DAY THIRD OUTSTANDING ANNE SEAL By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. Roy Webber of Winchester, Va. was a caller on Wednesday wi.t'h Mr. Pmbert Viands. 'Mr. Harry Snyder, Mr. Edwin ~Mlller of Myersdale, Pa.," were call ers on Wednesday eveni,ng with tMr. Bert Viands. Mr. Snyder was staying a.t Lovettsville and doing Also a telephone operator. Helen Truck freiffh,t rose sharply dur- was invited for lunch and then ing December. the operators came. Not all could get off at the same time, Sandwi- ches, potato chips and coffee were served. Mrs. Shirley received so many useful presents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton laopkkns and granddaughter Joyce of Kab- .letown were Friday evening call- ers with their son-in-law and dau ghter Mr. and Mrs. Obie Jo~hn- ston and daughter Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamb- li,n of Ranson were Sunday visi- tors with Vhe formers sis,ter Mrs. Abner Henry and sons near the Bloomery. Sunday visitm:s with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan and three sons. James, Eugene and Ronald Viands of Oerrardstown. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of ,Middleway. Monday callers were .Mr: and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two children of Berkeley 'Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands and son Jackie of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles rand daUghter Cheryl of Loudoun He] ~h, ts, Va. and Mr, and Mrs. Betty Viands of Ran~n were Sunday visi,tors with Mr. and Mrs. A}bert V, iands Jr. Mond'ay callers were their son-in-law and children Don .ha Lynn and Dogie of Berkeley Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thorpe and Mr. and Mrs. Per~hing Ott ,and children of Ranson were Sat- urday evening wisitors wit:h their brother and sis:ter Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David. 'Miss Li.nda Kay Vanordsdale o~ Mar,tinsburg spent the weekend with her uncle and aun,t Mr. and Mrs. O. Whl~acre near the Bloom- cry. Mr. Joe Wagaman of Hagers- E L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. Rel~'~entlnll THE TRAVELERS, Haetfo~l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rA Mr..RS ADVOCATE THURSDAY JUNE 4, 11 For Quick Results Use Our Classified Colum Charles Town Phone Phone 10 ::::: ..... JUST UATE TO REMEMBER It's so convenient to have just one renewal date for all your home insurance coverages. The conven- ience of one renewal date, one agent and one com- pany is now possible with a Homeowners Policy covering fire, theft, water damage, personal liability and many other perils. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. 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