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Dorothy Bowers ~dy last week with Mr. ening. Alton Muse and their Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brackett and their three daughters who Ahalt and daughter have been residing in the Gray Cotta of Charles on the Leet0wn Road Tuesday ev- day afternon at the home of Mr. of tialltown, eral days with her grandmother[ a tO i o., n, ma c.,.= Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. visited Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. and fam- 31 H ve Perfec r ker Michael Waiters, Larry Web ]a.a.,~.. v- ..~ t,vma Mr. and ~Mrs:Robert Whitm0re ily. . . _ . At umetev anK rrom ]and family near Charles Town i Mrs. Donald Frye and Mrs. 'Faithful Attendance ster,more,MaryDorisWhite,welch CalvinRonaldWhit-wid. !'" R, , , ~ , ,- and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Long Frank Simons were visitors Sun- myer, Billy Wllhngnam, ~arDara ." lune 12 Through 17 ;on were supper apartment here moved to Charles of Mr. and Mrs. Town on Saturday. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and faro ily in Bolivar. Little Miss Carolyn Bowers returned to Halltown with them and will spend this week with her grandmother Mrs. Win- erd Bowers. Debra Lee Grimes, Marta Grimes and Carolyn will attend Vacation Church School at the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Charles Gray, daughters Wiley. At Junior High School Faithful Attendance James Appell, Harold Arm- Roscoe Payne, principal of strong, Dale Bane, Sandy Bennett, Charles Town Junior High School Emmett Boyd, Emma Bradlcy, Friday released the list of stu- Betty Burns, Richard Childs, Ala- dents who had perfect and faith- na Custer, Arnold Dailey, Cindy ful attendance records at the Davis, Betty Dawson, Alice Dil- school during the 1961 school low, Donald Dillow, Barbara En- term and it showed a total of 316 gle, Paula Everhart, Norval Furr, had missed no more than three Myrtle Galloway, Ronald Gayhart, Carla and Donna, Mrs. Nathaniel days of the entire school term Linda Grant, Sheryl Grapes, ms- Gray Jr. and daughters Suzanne and 147 of them had not missed a teile Gursky, Bill Harden, Carlton and Carla visited Miss Elsie Ed- single day at school. Hehle, Clifford Henry, James and son. Other Mrs. Maurice Pope and her dau with the family ghter and son Charlotte and Jim- Mrs. Leon Longerbeam my motored to Prince George, Va. and Mrs. John Seal Friday where they spent the week end with Mrs. Pope's son-in-law Pope and her ne- and daughter Mr :and Mrs. Ken- Pope Jr. spent Wed- neth Sanford and family. the former's brother- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sister Mr. and Mrs. their sons Timothy and Kenneth and family in spent Sunday with the formers mother Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and Memorial Day of family in Leesburg, Va. Edwin Clevenger Misses Suzanne Gray and Faye Were Mr. Sydney Crawford visited Miss Sandra Eye Hagerstown, Md., near Reedson Friday afternoon. Edward Costello of Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Alec Simons and son Michael, Misses daughter Mary Lane Dorothy Bowers and Esther Pope spent Thursday afternoon in Mar. eee 4 ~:~ ..... Tile / For tinsburg. Miss Debra Lee Grimes of Charles,Town is spending several days this week with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughters. Her sister Miss Marts Grimes will visit sev- NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of ClRud~a E. denny, deceased. . All persons having claims a- gairmt ,the ~state of Ciau~a E. Crea~y, deceased ,whether due or not are notified to exmbit the same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at my office in She c~ty of Har- per's ~'erry, W. VR. on or ~fare November 20, 1961 ~ 1O:0O O'clock A. M., otherwise ~ey may by 1RW he excluded ~rom oAl ben- e~i~ of s~ld 'estate. All ~beneflca~tr- tes of said estate axe notiled to ,be ~present on said 4ay to protec~ ~heir interests. Give~n under my ha~d ~his 20~h day of 1VI~y 1961. IzlgWS D. NICHOL~ Conmn sloaer xccOUilb, County of Jelferson Jtme 1-81-5 l GENERATION CONSTRUCTION 1015 W. Vm NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors" and Benefic- Iaries of the Esta~ of Nora A. StatiCs, deceased. AIL persons having claims a- gair~ the esta.be of Nora A. ,~l~aubs, decea~-~ w.hether due or not. are flotlIled to eXlilDlt tile same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at ,my off~ In ,the City of Hu~- per's Ferry, W. V a. on or before November 20, 1961 at 10:0O wards Thursday evening. Friday evening Mrs. Charles Gray and her daughters were visitors with Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger and dau- ghter Betty in Winchester, Va. Mrs. Norman Hostler and child- ren of Alexandria, Va., Mrs. Doug Ins Brackett and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family Thursday evening. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Penwell and their family visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kimes and son in Charles Town. Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and dau- ghter Mrs. Richard Johnson of Leesburg, Va. spent Friday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and sons and helped Timothy and Kenneth to celebrate their birth- days, Timothy's second and Ken- neth's first. The family enjoyed birthday cake and ice cream. Mrs. Paul Mills Sr. and son Wayne were in Martinsburg Sat- urday afternoon on business. Kennedy stresses urgency of aid to Latins. I. B. M.'s sales and earning set new high. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Beneficiar ies of the Estate of James B. Kemp. All person~ having claims again st the estate of the said James B. Kemp, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified to the undersigned at his office in the Sadler BuiIding, Charles Town, W. Va. on or be- fore the 8th day of December, 1961; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of aid estate are notified to be pres ent on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 8th day of June, 1961. The eighth grade class had the tIill, Margaret Hough, Constance best perfect attendance record LaRue, Terry Lehman, Gary Lon- with 62 being listed as not having gerbeam, Richard McCormick, missed one day in school; while Billy Mercer, Bill McDonough, the seventh graders had the best Linda McDonough, John Morris, faithful attendance mark. Juanita Paterson, Susanne Pick- The list for both perfect and ett, Ronald Robinson, Susan Riss faithful attendance follows:ler, Dalton Ruffin, Robert Sant- NINTH GRADE I myer, Doris Sisk, Robert Slaugh- Perfect Attendance ter, Gall Slusher, Richard Shy- Carla Alexander, Larry Am- der, Linda Smallwood, Bill Smith, brose, Rose Mary Barton, Daniel Lyle Tabb, Gregory Twyman. Mar Breeden, Ruthada Breeden, Mil- garet Vorous, Diane Wagner, dred Brown, Larry Creanaer, Mary White, Phoebe Weller, Lin Owen Johnston, Rosella Kern, da Willingham. Janet Kite, John Laycock, Linda SEVENTH GRADE Leight, Janet McDonald, Mary Perfect Attendance Ann McKee, Barbara Markle, Lin Michael Alvarez,'Nancy Arm- da Mellot, Joan Patterson, Calvin strong, Tana Barron, Linda Bell, Peterson, Sara Quimby, Penelope Bernice Braxton, Linda Bright, Rideoutt, Walter Robinson, San. Sandra Boyd, Mary Lynn Childs, dra Rogers, James Sheetz, Paula Janet Clendening, Charles Cream Stokes, Darlene Ware, Jean Wel- er, Donald Dawson, Hilda Goode, I ler, Anne West, Beverly Wharton, Jane Goodell, Nancy Harris, Ter- I Carolyn Wilt, Harry Wilt Larry ry Henry, Chester Hines, Barbara Wilt. Hunt, Larry Jackson, Ernie Jones, Faithful Attendance Robert Kaval, Thomas Kern, John Mary Albert, Nancy Anderson, Kite, Carol Lancaster, Harry Lay- Vickie Blue, Lois Brewer, Carolyn cock, Donald Magaha, Linda Mc- Brown, Frances Brown, Caleb Kee, Paul Miller, Keith Ott, Clar- Burns, Ruth Cain, Joseph Cepel-erice Park, Beverly Peer, Carolyn ka, Karla Corbin, Patricia Coulter, Penwell, Ronald Pierce, Angelyn. Charles Dinges, Shirley Dunn, ne Regler, Ronald Rissler, Karen Richard Ebersole, Beverly Ellis, Roper, Jeannie Roth, Marcia Nancy Gardner, Joyce Greathouse Richard Grove, Susan Hedges, Su zete Heinz, Gayr Henry, Patricia Heflebower, George Hostler, Jer- ry Hostler, Emory Kable, Michael Kidwell, Henry McCormick, Pat. ricia Mahone, Walter Markle, ~v~ary Ann ~Vtercer, William Miller, Dwight Myers, Donald Noland, Eddie Painter, Larry Peer, Mary Ramsburg, Douglas Ring, Shirley Russell, Earlene Rutherford, Mar garet Saville, Sandra Shank, Kay ~totler, Violet Welch, Wayne Wnitmore, Sandra Whittington, John Williams. EIGHTH GRADE Perfect Attendance Shelva Anderson, Kay Bane, Gene Bane, James Bell, Priscilla Birkitt, Nancy Bowers, Howard Boyd, Guinevere Bradford, Patric Rutherford, Charles Sager, John SchoU, William Senseney, Judith Shirley, Norabelle Shuman, Shar- On Smalwood, Evelyn Taylor, Dot othy Titus, Mary Viands, John Waiters, Wayne Watts, Henry Welch, Martha Welch. Faithful Attendance Lawana Aleshire, Judy Alex- ander, Arthur Anderson, Kennety Athey, Hattie Bayles, Williard Beahm, Thomas Bradley, Tommy Burch, James Burns, Patricia Burns, Ralph Cain, Russell Cave, Diane Chandler, Janis Clopper, Beulah Cogle, Linda Coulter, Lin da Coyle, Daniel Creamer, Mary Demory, Richard Demory, Doro- thy Dillow, Carolina Drish, Linda Ellis, Mary Engle, Carolyn Fritts, David Gray, Janice Gray, Edison Green, Timothy Hafer, Michael Hankins, Kay Hinton, June Host- ler, Joe Howell, Pamela Hughes, Charles Jackson, Bessie Jenkins, o'clock, A. M. o~herwise the~ may Carl Collect To AM 3 - 9411 W. Va. 18-tf. by law be excluded *fro'm u~l .be~e- T H E ~es of sand estate ~re .oti, z'led t,o , be preser~t on sand any ~o p~tect T. STRIDER CO. Ol:~e~ under my hand this 20~ ~aY of M~y 1961. DEW, S D. NK OLS L O N I A L Commissioner of Accounts i H OM E Jlr~ 1-,81-5 County of Jefferson Town To the Creditors and Benefic- Telephones - 162 [tar~es of ~he Estate of John E. Wolfe, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estRte of John E. Wolte,,~,~ d~ceased, whether due 08 or not are notllled to exnzDlt Ln~ same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, a~ ,my office in ,the City of H.ax- per's Ferry West Virgima, on or before Noven~ber 20, 1961 at 10.00 o'clock A. M. ~herw~se ~ey m~y ,by l~w, ,be excluded f~'m ~li ben- eflts of said ~tate. All beneflvAar- les of said est~g~e Rre ,no~led to ~e present on saad davy ,to pro~c~ Shei,r ir~teTests. O~ven under any ~haad ,~his 20th dry of Muy, 1961. I~EWI~ D. NIC~IOLS Commissioner of Accoun County of Jefferson J~ne 1-81-5 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Savu ~ork trod TOWN To the Creditors and Benefic. l axies of ~he Est~t~ of Wayne P. CO INC ,nf t. All persons having claims a. June v :,~ -~ i~ ' Pubhe Sale l lers, Carol Hammond, Mike Hen- Of House And Lot fry, Ceglendia ott, Charles Hou- Igh, Thomas Jackson, Donna On Lawrence Street I James, James Jennings, Joyce Johnston~ Mary Lally, Robert Lin Cathy Kilmer, Judy Leake, Jen- nings Leport, Jimmy Magaha Lana M~us, Kathrine Martifl Diane Miller, Rita Miller, Danm Mills, Sheila Moler, Rodner Paige, Thaddeus Paige, Patricia Peer, Phillip Perks, Ronnie Propst, Dav- id Ramsburg, John Rissler, Nancy Pursuant to the terms ot a de- ton, Sandra McIver, Marian Mer- Runion, Sandra Rutherford, Ron- :tee of the Circuit Court of Jeff- chant, Carolyn Miler;, Nancy Mill ald Shade, Barbara Shipe, Mac erson County, West Virginia, er, Mary Moreland, William Nunn Shupp, Raymond Smith, Barbara dated May 15, 1961, in a civil act- Patrick O'Brien, Donald Ott, Dor- Slusher, Jerry Tillett, Shirle] ion (No. 66) therein pending in is Piper, Meredith Polen, Card- Tomblin, Olivia Upwright, Peggy which Cerelle P. Ward, et al were lyn Ramsburg, William Reed, Os Vickers, Abner Ware, Rebecca plaintiffs, and Harry Wright, et car Reeler, Marcy Reid, Terry Sag Ware, Eddie Whittington, Susan- al, were defendants, the under- er, Bill Seibert, Charles Silveous, ne Williams, Donald Willingham. signed Specihl Commissoners will Robert Slaughter, Donald Sowers, offer for sale at public auction inMarilyn Swartz, Michael Thomp- GO TO~NDA front of the Court House in Char- n~ n ~ tmttt t t litIll' - tit :~ ....... les Town, W. Va., on SATURDAY JUNE 24th, 1961, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. (EDT) All that certain real estate, consisting of a house and lot 1o- cated on the west side of South ~awrence Street, in Charles Town Jefferson County, West Virginia, oeing the northern half of the lot conveyed to John W. Lock by Green and Trapnell, Special Com- "missioners, by deed dated April 13, 1870, recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County in Deed Book No. 5, page 144, which said parcel or lot is further described as "bind- mg on Lawrence Street 61 feet and running back to the center of the drain 169~ feet and same width in rear as in front, making it 30% feet along Lawrence Street for the frontage" of said b . O " As Executor of Mrs. Venita O. Whitmore's estate I will sell Antique and modern furiture located on S. Church St. Charles Town W. Va. on SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 SALE BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. EDT REAL ESTATE WILL BE OFFERED SAME DAY ANTIQUE FURNITURE Wanut wardrobe, walnut extension table and 6 chairs, small walnut stand, wash stand, small walnut what not; marble top stand, straight back and rocking chairs, victorian chairs, mantel mirrors and several small ones, old boston rocker, bed stand, old mahogany dressing table, mahogany veneered chest of drawers, real estate and "running back to old Mahogany veneered side board, old, 4 oval and center of the drain 169% feet square gilt edge mirrors, same old pictures and frames, and 30% feet .along the drain, knife box, toilet sets, fire place sets, some ironstone Pounded by the lot conveyed by the said John W. Lock to Rob- china, some cut glass, some silver ware, old iron pots, ert Ford and others, Trustees of 2 waiters, wall racks, old iron jars and crocks, sugar the Colored Methodist ChUrch bucket, towel rack- ' " on the south and by the property MODERN FURNITURE of John P. Comron on the north;" Large sofa, 2 overstuffed chairs, ottoman, telephone it being the same property con- veyed to the late Littleton "Page stand and chair, matting rugs, lot of bookS, magazine by deed from said John W. Lock rack, waste basket, clothes basket, electric heaters, dated September 5, 1881, record- large cedar blanket chest, electric floor and table lights ed in said offiCe in Deed Book 1, Minnesota sewing machine, 2 bedro(mt screens, tea page 500; and is known as No. 206 cart, blonde drop leaf table, small china cupboard, man 0uth Lawrence Street. tie clock, chest of drawers, strmght back and rocking TERMS OF SALE: One third chairs, bed with springs and mattress. Odd set of silver ga~n~t She esta~ of ~e said Way "~rth Charles St. ne P ,Hardy, In~t wheCher due ~-'OWll, W. Vs.-- or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le- Vi gaily verified to the undersigned, ~t my office in .the City of Hav- ..#~,,rv.,r~ ~r's ~erry Wes.t VJrgi~ia, orl or UUK before November 20, 1961 at I0.00 o'clock A. M. o~herwise ~hey "m~,y by l~,w, be excluded {~om ~l,l ben- efits of said e~t~te. All beneficiar- ies of said esta~ axe notified to be resent on atd day to pm ,evt their interests. Given under any ~taznd ~hi.s 20th day ~f May, 1961. OTHER ...... Commissioner of Account~ - CoUnty of Jefferson 424 Magaha )R.GE STREET J~ne 1-81-5 in Cash on day of sale and the res- idue in two equal annual install- NOTICE TO CREDITORS." ments evidenced by the notes of .......... the purchaser bearing interest at To the Creditors and Benefic- 6% from date of sale, said de- iaries of .lihe Esi~te of ~xwell ferred payments to be secured by I-Illl EvRns, deceased, retention of title to said realty. All persons having claims a- or all or a larger part in cash on ~ai,ns~ ,the ~st~te of Maxw~l Hill day of sale at the purchaser's E~aas, deceased whether due or not are notified to exhibit the option. same with vouchers thereof, le- FREDERICK O. BYRER gaily veriffed to the undersigned, LEE BUSHONG .at my office in .the City of Har- Special Commissioners per's ~erry, W. Va. on or beware November 20, 1061 ~t 10.90 IN THE CLERKS OFFICE OF o'clock, A. M., o~herwise they "may THE SAIDCIRCUIT COURT: 'by IRW be e:.~clv.dedt ~from ,all ben- efits (if sa~d estate All benefici~ar- I, W. M. Jones, Clerk of said ies of said estate are v.~ti~led to Circuit Court of Jefferson County, be presewt on said day to protect hereby certify that Lee Bushong their interests. - Special Commissioner, has execu- TOWN, W. VA. ,Give~ under my hand this 20th ted bond with approved security ~y day of May 1961. before me, conditioned aCcordin Cheerf % plates from 4 to 8 of a pattern, in spoons, salad forks etc. 1 service for 6.complete and I silver chest Several. sets of sherbert glasses, odd pieces of glass. 2 al$ost complete sets of china, several odd lots of Imperial and Fostoria china with cups and saucers, some glasses. Porch furniture, settee, chairs and swing, bed and table linens, pillows and bolsters, dressing table and chair, Frigidaire refrigerator A.1 running shape, 2 kit chen tables and chairs, kitchen utensils, pots and pans, maple slab, metal cabinet, Maytag washing machine like new, electric percolator, iron skillets, bread box, 2 ironing boards, kitchen stool, bench, 2 garbage cans, tubs, window box, 7 large trunks, 3 suit cases, 5 lard cans, lawn mower and lots of other articles not men- tioned. TERMS: Cash on day of sale. MARK B. WETZEL, Executor Paul E Miller, Auct. 1-3t- Charles Town-Ranson residents #ho haven't had a face to face "meeting with a "Fugio" cent, the hrst authorized U. S. coin, or a Jackson "Hard Times" coin will have a chance to get acquainted with them here on June 12 throu- gh June 17 at the Blakeley Bank and Trust Company according to Donald K. Edmonas, Vice Fresi- dent. An exhibit, containing a repres- entauve collection of old corns wmcn dated 0acl< to 1722 has been oDtallled ~rom ule ~ederal Reser- ve ~JanK of Richmond. The first panel of the display in cludes types of coins wmcn cir- culated in the American ~olomes and early days of independence- 15 in all, Iro'm the 11"~'2 Wooo s Coinage tartmng and nallpenny tnrougil the ~IVll War tokens Ol 1~64. Panel one also features Spanish reals winch were legal tender in the Umted States until 1~57, as well as two Virginia naltpennms minted in 1773, ~dmonos said. l'ne first U. S. pattern coin, the 'Nova Constellatio," is shown in this panel, along with the ,Fugio" WhOSe legend was by Benjamin x, ranKi'm. The "~ uglo' was tile au tnorlzed U. S. Coin. Probably the most unusual coin in panel three of the exhibit is the Trade Dollar," Edmolms said. Originally issued for clrcui- atlon in the Orient to compete wltn the Mexican peso, the 'Irade Dollar was demonetized by Con- gress in 1887. However, many of mere still circulate in the Orient. In panel four can be found var ious types of American coins, gold issues, as well as regular anu corn memorative issues. The famihar "double eaogles" are included in tnts panel. The last panel in the collection shows U. ~. silver commemorat- ive issues, beginning wlm the ~oI umblan ~xposltlon half dollar of 1892 and continuing through 49 other commemorative half dollar issues ending with the Washing- ton Carver ivlemorial of 1954, Ed- monds added. The coins are being exhibited by the Blakeley Bank to present to the people of Charles Town a compact representative collection of U. S. coins of historical signifi- cance, Edmonds said. Historic antique table found in White House. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1961 7--B " , , f Illl| II -i HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Vs. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JUNE 7 - 8 LBERQ-$EATON FRIDAY ONLY JUNE 9 ON OUR STAGE---IN PERSON LI Singing Star of "I FALL TO PIECES" with Jim McCoy and the Rangers. ........ On Our Screen--"THE RAT RACE" ONE PER FORMA_. NCE ONLY--AT 8:45 D. S. T. SATURDAY ONLY 13 FIGHTING MEN -- In Cinemascope HIRS Grant Williams Carole Mathews "RUURN OF THE FLY" In Cinemascope "Horror At Its Best" SUNDAY' MONDAY, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 12, 13 ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS BURT LANCASTER SHIRLEY JONES in II ~ FW Co.Starring Patti Page Jean S,mmons Personally Reconmtended by the Management|[[ as A Truly Outstanding Picture. Ill ADULT ENTERTAINMENT-- Ill " I Ill .... L ..L AT ITS LOCATION ON SOUTH CHURCH STREET l THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED RESIDENTIAL - ERTY--LOCATION S. CHURCH STREET, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. TWO STORY HOUSE FIRST FLOOR CONTAINS 5 ROOMS AND BATH SECOND FLOOR. CONTAINS 5 ROOMS AND BATH FULL BASEMENT STOKER - FIRED FURNACE TERMS:--4)ne-Third Cash, Balance in 2 Years Secured by of Trust. Deed MARK WETZEL, EXECUTOR ESTATE OF MRS. H. P. WHITMORE For urther Information or Inspection of Property Call or See PAUL E. MILLER, JR., Auctioneer and Broker Shepherdstown---180-W Charles 2 .... ...... OWII" ) ~ " ' ~ 1.-4T