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iii 'i) h_ "1 II I I II I II _= Theq maq not tall< about it, but / it's always there: The youngster's unquestioning faith in the parent as protector; the parent's unwaver- ing determination to protect... Many parents ex end financial protection beyond the foreseeable future by placing certain property in trust, with an experienced institution like ours. When may we discuss an arrangement to suit your needs? (Your lawyer is welcome, too.) 0 VN Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION By Mrs. Robert Braithwaite Li,~le Christina Fay Braithwaite daug~hter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braithwaite was a~mF0ted %o the Washington Coun.ty Ge,neral Hos pJtal in Hagerstown, Md. Tuesday due %o an illness in her jaws. All of her little friends wish her a speedy recovery. ~Miss Nancy Boyd, dau~h,ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd arrived at her parents ~home this .past weekend. Miss Boyd is preesn~ly employed as an ~home economivt in Beckqey, W. Vs. Mr .~tdlad JMrs. Alle,n We l~h of Bethesda, Md. spen the weekend with the latLers sis~ter Mrs. Paul Miller. Hiss Norms Kay Whetzel, dau- Insure your vacation ... phone ahead and be safe ... phone home and be serene Make sure the "No Vacancy" sign doesn't apply to you when you reach your chosen vacation spot. A phone call ahead will take care of it. And-when you're there-phone back home regularly. That's the way to have peace of mind and to keep your finger on things. So have fun and a good rest. Your telephone will help you both ways ! America's Second Largest Telephone System ffhter of :Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whe{zel is a patient in the Ci.ty Hospi,tal, lMar~insburg. The Reverend Richard 'Moore of Martinsburg was guest minis- ter in ~he Presby,terian Church Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lages and Children Fritzi a,nd yvonne, Bal- timore, Md., ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Jacob Carper and vhildren Kimberley and David, Mart4nsburg and Mrs. Charles Darr and son Chuekie, Round Hill, Vs. were the weekend guests of Mr .:and tMrs. Harry Crea,mer and family. IMrs. Charles Dart, Round Hill, Vs., Mrs. Harry Creamer and Mrs. Robert Brai,thwai,te vis]~ted S~tur- day wibh Mrs. John Milon Por- terfield III, Marbinsburg. Mrs. Por terfieid is ,the former Miss Fra,n- cos Dodge of t,h~s vicinity. Mr. and ~Irs. William Watson. Atlanta, Ca. are visi.ting with her paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd for a little while. All of their friends are glad to see lhem again. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Swartz vis- ited wi,th ~t'heir aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer Fri- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W~i,telock and daug~hter Vera a,nd Mr. and ~Mrs. Foster Gain of Martinsburg were callers Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buhrman and family. The Women 6f the Presbyterian Church met in t~he ohurch Thurs- day at 7:30 p. rfi. ~Miss Ruth Miller returned Mort day evening after spending t~he weekend i,n Clarksburg. Mr. and ~Mrs. Harry Creamer and family visi,ted Sunday wi,th her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darr and son Chuckle Round Hill, Vs. and t,he la,tters broVher :Mr. and ~Mrs. Harry Dodge, Pine Grove, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brai,t~h- wat te and daugh,ter Christina v,ls }ted Sunday, wi~l;h h~s paren,ts Mr. and !Mrs: John BraitJhwal,te of By- rd's Orchard Charles Town. Miss Margie ]~oyd v~siCed with her cousin Eleanor Creamer *Mon- day evening. Miss Mar$ie Boyd lef% Tuesday for Georgia to visit her brother- in-law and sister *Mr. and Mrs. William Watson. While there t'hey visited wi,bh Kearneysville former pastor, Reverend Irving G. Rudo] ph and Mrs. Rudolph and ~heir son Carl. "l~hey left Fr,iday n,igh,t and arrived S~turday night a,t ,the ,home of their sister's house. Miss Nancy l~3yd in Beckley, W. Vs. and on Sunday even!,ng they ar- rived wt the home of their parents Mr .and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. Mrs. Robert Brai,thw.afte visited Monday wii;h her mother-in-law Mrs. John Brai,t,hwaVce, Mrs. Carl Kranenburg, Mrs. Richard Braith waite, Ranson and Miss Rose A,n- ne :Miller, Shenandoah Junction. Deferred From Last Week 4-H Meeting Held The Evergreen 4--H Club was rheld Monday night, June 1 at the Kearneysville Presbyterian Educ- ational Building. Miss Kaye Buh- rman led ,the ,program. The hos- tesses, Mrs. Harold Buhrman and Mrs. Fred Smi,th, served cookies, pea,nuts, potato chips and root- beer as refreshments. Band Picnic Held The Shepherdstown High School Band ,picnic was 'held Saturday, IMay 30 ut the Hillside Lake Park LOCAL AND PERSONAL By Mrs. G. E. Webb Mrs. Bertha Morgan is visi,ting relatives i,'1 Leesburg, Va. .Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Noland of Baltimore, ,Md. spent the weekend with tJheir aun,t Mrs. Bet, tie Nol- and in Bolivar. Surprise Anniversary Celebration IMrs. Anne Rinaldi of Bolivar surprised her father and mother Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Rutherford with a 25bh wedding anniversary party c~n la.~t Saturday evening at their home here in Bolivar. A'bout twenty relatives and friends were present to celebrate ,the occasion congregating while Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were away from home for a short time. Refreshments consisted of fruit punch and a bed utiful 2-tier cake. ,Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford received a number of beautiful gifts and congratulation cards. Mrs. W. O. Rau of Silver Spri,ng spent a week recen,tly with her son .and daugh'ter-in-law .~lr. and Mrs. Robert Stuar~t. Mrs. Lena Wh~:te returned home on Saturday after spending sever a,1 weeks in ffClartinsburg Hospital. S'he ls getting along fine and seems to be much improved in health. Mr. Ralph Bu.~h, As'~t. ,Mgr. of the Metropoli~ta;] Ins. Agency in this area is handicapped by hav- ing his righ shoulder dislocated. He has con,tinued to give excellent care to his business although not al,ways comfor.table. Billy Willingham of Charles Town is some t~me at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron. Roy..and ~Irs. W. G. Miller and .their /hree in~teresting young children left on Tuesday ,morning for Win~Vhrope, Mass. w,here Rev. ,Miller has been assigned to a charge. He has been serving the Carr~p Hill Met'hodist Church faith fully and we}l for C he past ,Len years. Sunday visi.tors at t)he home of iMr. and Mrs. Jack Sl,augh,ter were :Mr .and Mrs. L. O. Hape of Fred- eri,ck, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Garland Slaughter and ,family, /Mr. and .Vlartinsburg. Those from this dis trict participating in %he band are: Miss Linda Hilliard, M.iss Norms ,Kay Whetzell, and Miss Barbara Gall Creamer. The ,picnic was enjoyed by all. Mr. Gilbert Creamer, Jr. and Mr. Ercel Boyd ,motored to Roa- noke, Vs. Sunday ,where they took Mr. Samuel Shade Jr. ,to meet his bus to return to his ,base. The She.p'herdstow0vt High School Band, Shepherdstown participat- ed in t~he parade held in Sharps- burg, Md. dedicated to Memorial Day. Those in the band are: Miss es Gall Creamer, Linda Hilliard, and Norms Kay Whetzel. Daily"Vacation Bible School The Daily Vacation Bt'ble School began Monday, June 1. All of the classes are being held in the Kear neysville Grace Evangelical .and Reformed Church this year, in- stead of in the various buildings as have been. All paren, ts are ur- ged 'to have their children attend this school. Pot. Samuel Shade Home Pot. Samuel Shade, Or. visited his paren,ts ~Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shade and family over' the ,past weekend. He returned to Fort Jackson, S. C. Sunday whereupon the e:ad of ,the week he will head for Germany. All ef his friends were very glad to see him. :Miss Norma Kay Whetzel, dau- ghter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Norman Whetzell, 'met with an accident, Monday, June 1 when ghe ,was ska Ling at the roller rink at Hillside Larke Park and fell and hurt her leg. ~t has not been determined how bad the situation is. She was c;a t'he Band Picnic being held there: K. C. Y. F. Ileld A birthday ,party was held by Vhe members of the Kearneysville Christian Youth Fellowship, Sun- day. ,May 31 in t~he eduvational build4ng of the Presbyterian Chur oh. It was the second year since the~ beginning of ~he youth fellow ship. IIII I III Ill The quota~tlons of The Blue Ridge Livestock .Sales at Charles Town Monday, June 8, 1959 Receipts of hogs, and cows lig~.t with a good demand for all hogs, cattle and c~lves. Feature of sale was c~oice steers %op $29.50; Prime veal $35.- 50; Few Fancy Hogs 18.80. Choice bu,teher steers 28.50 o 29.50; good butcher steers 27.00 to 28.25; plain to medium steers 24.- 00 to 26.50; choice bu.toher heifers 26.00 to 27.00; good butcher heif- ers 25.00 to 26.00; pla4n to reed- mm heifers 18.00 to 24.00; good ,bulls 23.50 to 24.80; plain to med ium bulls 21.00 to 23.00; commer- cial cows 21.50 to 22.50; uLili,ty ~cows 20.00 to 21.25; ca,nners and ~u,tters 19.75 down; cows by the head up 'to 190.00; stocker and ,feeder steers 26.00 to 29.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 175.00. .Choice to prime .calves 34.00 to 35.50; good butcher calves 30.00 x) 33.00; medium bt~tcher calves 26.- 0-0to 29.00; thin calves 25.00 down heavy calves 25.00 to 34.00; Blue head grade lambs 26.75; red head grade lambs 25.50; red shoulder grade l~m'bs 23.00; but- cher ewes 4.00 to 8.50; stock ewes per head none; Good ~bu.tcher hogs 17.50 to 18.- 80; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 17.50; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 ,to 17.25; butcher sows 11.0 0to 15.00; heavy feeders and ligh~ bu,tcher hogs 17.00 to 20.25; sho~ts per ~hundred 26.00 down; pigs .per ,head 13.00 down; heavy boars 7.00 ,to 9.10; stoc!~ boars 10.00 to 13.75. 'Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 a. m.-Livestock sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. President calls talks on defense spending. ACTIVITIES ' ' Mr. and nnyce andil. SPIRIT OF IN . . . two children of Alexandria, Va. is__R [spent the weekend wit,h ~VIrs. Smith's parents Mr .and ~Irs. Miller "vVebb. JEFFER,qON AW THI;RSDAY, .IUNE 11, Telephone 2492 Mrs. Elmer Biller and fa~nily of 'Md., Mrs. Lillie Biller and Mrs. Helen Katzman of Bolivar, 'Mrs. Julia Barrett of Marti,nsburg and Mrs. Margaret Busch and daughter Lois of Hamilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bush and son Laird spen,t Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James 'Myers at Reedson. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Lagn have moved from the Nason property on Camp Hill ,to the property of iMiss Lucy :Mossburg on Camp Hill. Mrs. Wilmer Thompson a,nd sons of Charles Town spent Tues- day wilth her sister-in-law ~Mrs. Leon Edwards of Harpers Ferry. The Hill Top Hotel was pretty well filled over last weekend with Christian, Business and Profession al W0mens Council of Baltimore, Md. The big Art Show will be held at t~he Hill Top Hotel on June 20 and 21. Entries must be in by June 17. It is predicted that ,this Art Show will be the largest yet with more entries scheduled then ever before. Mrs. Minnie Strider of Wash- ington, D. C. is visiting at ~the home of ,Mrs. J. W. Ramsdill. .Mr .and Mrs. Vernon Eackles and family of Front Royal, Va. vis ited the formers mother Mrs. B. F. Eackles on Sunday. Mr. and/Mrs. Donald S'miCh and family of Alexandria, Va. spe,nt the weekend with ,Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trundle. ,Mrs. Trundle has been qui,te ill and a patient in Charles Town General H ospi,tal returning from ,t,here a week ago. Miss Patricia Ainswovth is spending a few weeks wiL~ her un cle a,nd aunt ~Mr. and ,Mrs. Roy Fridley in Baltimore, Md. Mr. and /Mrs. Cyrus W. Cavalier en~tert~ined a,t a lawn party wt their home on last Friday evening ~n honor of Che la~ters m(~t~her *Mrs. Roy A. Petrie of Seattle, Washington ,who is spending a va- cation 'wi~h 'her daughter. Over fif ty guests were present and the party was gay and colorful with lighted Japa~aese lan,terns, strung ,~hrou~hou't the grounds and flare ing Hawaiian ~orohes. Mr. Joseph Godfrey of Bal,ti- more, Md. was a visitor last week ~t .the respective homes of NIr. !and 'Mrs. Earl Kronk, Mr. and ~Mrs. Jack Slaughter and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Haefer. ] Barry Fridiman of Washington, ~D. C. is spending a few days at the G. E. Webb hoTne in Bolivar. On Tuesday accom,panied by Er- n4e Webb a,nd his sisters, Laureda !and June Lee Webb ,they spen~t ~the day siffhtseein,g in Washington For ,the next few days Barry will be si~htseeingh, around ,t~his 'area. He ,was a studen,t a~t {Maryland Un iversi,ty during the ,past school term and will en,ter his second ghere i,n Sept. Mrs. John Snider is a pa~t,ien% in linty Hospital, ~Mar,tinsburg under going treat~men,t and observwt~on. :Mr. ,and Mrs. C. E. Crarten spent the weekend in Souderton, Pa. with their son-in-'law and daugh- ter ~Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomp- son and lit;tie ~)n. ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eackles spent the weekend in Roanoke, Vs. a,t the home of ~vh'. and ~Vlrs. Gerauld Cummings. $ I cu. ft. .00 DOWN DEI,IVERS Model FPD-130-S9 CHARLES IT'S A QUEEN'S WAY TO LIVE ~Nt and Backed by ERAL MOTORS TOWN F Now you can have FREEZING WITHOUT in a budget Frost-Proof 2-door model! No frost to defrost--anywhere, anytime! No frost-stuck foods and ice trays. Completely separate Frost-Proof freezer with storage space in door. New Frigi-Foam insulation gives 9 more pounds of frozen food space -- SHEPHERDSTOWN 7 (COUNT 'Dv1 ', 7 Flowing Cold Refrigerator Section Full-width, removable metal shelves Glide-Out Hydrators for moist-fresh fruit ~ Independent experts and official facts and figures prove Chevrolet's ahead of its field in seven big ways. BEST BRAKES... In direet corn~ petitive tests of repeated stops from highway speeds, conducted by NAS- CAR*, Chevy out-stopped both the other leading low-priced cars--and why not: Chevy brakes are far larger, built with bonded linings for up to 66% longer life. BEST TRADE.IN ... Check the figures in any N.A.D.A. Guide Book. You'll find that Chevy used car prices last year averaged up to $128 higher than comparable models of the "other two." BEST STYLE .. Popular Science magazine sums it *National Association for Stock Car Advancement ctnd Researelt ~Automobile Manufacturers Association up: "The fact is, in its price class the ENGINE... Every motor Chevy establishes a new high in daring has given Chevy's standard styling . . ." It's the only car of the Corvette V8's unstinted prame. leading low-priced three that's un- Sports Cars Illustrated puts it: mistakably modern in every line. this device is surely the most wonde~~ BEST ECONOMY . No doubt fully responsive engine available today about this: two Chevrolet Sixes won at any price." BEST RIDE ",; their class in the famous Mobilgas You'll be able to tell this yourseu, Economy Run, got the best mileage of instantly. But Motor Trend mag" any full-size car. BEST ROOM...azine expresses it this way: "... the Official dimensiohs reported to A.M.A.$ smoothest, most make this clear. For example, Chevy quiet, softest rid- front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches ing car in its price wider than comparable cars. BEST class." tNational Automobile Deal~r$ A~ociation ) Make sure you get the most for your money--see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! WEST WASHINGTON STREET