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I I II 6 The quolalions of The Blue Rid ~4e I,ivestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, June 12, 1961. Receipts of calves and ho~s nmderale will] a good dvmand for all hogs, catlle and calves. Fealure of sale was prime veal $30.50. F('w fancy hogs $18.00. Choice butcher sleers 22.00 to 22.90: good butcher steers 20.00 lo 22.00: plain lu lnedium sleers 18.00 to 20.00; choice butcher hei t'ers 21.00 tu 22.00; ~ood butcher heifers 19.00 to 21.00: plain to reed ium heifers 15.00 to 18.iX): good bulls 20.0 01o 21.00: plain to med- ium bulls 17.0(1 to 19.00; commer- cial cows 17.00 to 18.00: utility cows 16.50 Io 17.00: canners and eulters 16.25 down; cows by the head up to 180.00; sleeker and feeder steers up to 25.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 150.00: Choice to pri~e calves 28.00 to 30.50; ~ood butcher calves 26.00 to 28.00; medium butcher calves 2400 to 26.00: lhin calves 23.00 E. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. i ,, ',, i dnwn; imavy ealve.~ lg.00 lo 2~.00 ] Blue hea}l grade lambs 19.10; ]red head ~rade lambs 17.70; red ]shoul(ler ~rade lambs 15.00; but- ]cher (wes 3.00 to 6.00; sleek ewes ]per head Ul) to 15.0(I; (toed buh'her bogs 17.70 to 18.- 00; me(lium bulcher hogs 17.00 to 17.60; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 io 17.00; buleher sows 11.00 Io 14.- 50; heavy feeders and light bul- ehel hogs 16.00 to 22.00; shoals per hundred 34.00 down; pigs per head 17.00 down; heavy boars 10.- 50 11.00; slags .13.00 down; sows and pigs None; sleek boars 11.00 1o 16.00. Miscellaneous Sales start 11:00 A. M..Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. MIDD EWAY By Patsy Zombro Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson and son Tommy and Mrs, Earl Harter called upon Mr, and Mrs. Lawren ce Grove of Summit Point on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and dau ghters Teresa. Denise and Sandra were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown of Char lee Town. Mrs. Maude Chapman of Berry- ville spent the weekend with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman. Miss Judy Itarden of Charles Town is spending lhe week with her girl friend Miss Carolyn Drish. M. Y. F. Meeting The MiddlewaythM'e Y" F. met Sunday night at Methodist Church. Billy Bane Schill along with other members of the Pioneers from the Presbyterian Church had their meeting and enjoyed a wonderful picnic' supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs, George Tabb's of Leetown on Sunday. Surprise Birthday Party Mr, Earl Hatter was given a surprise birlhday party on Satur- day night at their home given by his wife Mrs. Zola Harter. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cave and daughter Glenda of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson and son Tommy Wayne, Mr .and Mrs. John Bradley and daughter Linda Lou of Charles Town. Mr. Leland C. Bradley and sons Otis arid Greg of near Charles Town, Miss Belly King, Mr. Truman Bradley and Mr. Lee Demory all of near Shep herdstown and Mrs. Clayton .lames of Charles Town. Mr. Harter received many gifts and wishes to thank each and ev- eryone. Birthday Dinner Mrs Linden DeHaven of Clear brook was given a birthday din- ner on Sunday at their home in Clearbrook by his wife Mrs. Ada DeHaven. The dinner consisted i of turkey and all the trimmings. Those who also enjoyed the din -I HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. ner were Mr. Craichen l~e~aven, Mrs. Toni DeHaven, Mr. and Mrs. ttarry A. Childs and daughter Mary I,ynn all of near Middleway, Mrs. Thurston Collins and Miss .Io Ann Robinson of near Win- chester and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Detlaven and children Gall and Ronnie of Summit Point Mr. DeHaven received many nice and useful gifts and wishes to thank everyone. Surprise Birthday Party Mr. William Orndorff of Char- les Town was given a surprise party at their home on North Gee rge SL .on Wednesday night by his wife Mrs. IAnda Orndorff. Those present were Mrs. Toni DeHaven, Mr. and Mrs. Itarry A. Childs and daughter Mary Lynn all of near Middleway, Mrs. Thurs ton Collins and Miss Jo Ann Roh inson of near Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Willis of Charles Town. Mrs. Robinson of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Adams and baby. He received many nice gifts and wishes to lhank everyone. Mrs. Hilda Creamer spent last week wilh her daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ring. Mrs. Creamer was awfully sick but is doing much better now. Mrs. Tom White called upon Mrs. Lee Brown of Charles Town on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harter and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Johnson and son Tommy called upon Mr. and Mrs. John Baker Pierce of near Inwood on Friday night. Miss Sandra Ring spent the weekend with her cousin Miss r ,~haron i. . ~larse Pulse of Charle~ hto~o. Town. Master Bobby Hough spent Men day with Master R0dney Ring. Miss Juanita Ring, Miss Patsy Stevens, Mr. Joe Itough and soft ttughie and Mr. Charles Stevens went to Andover, Ohio on a fish- ing trip. Mrs. Carroll It. Johnsoh called upon her sister and niece Mrs. Stanley W. Zombro and Patsy at Kearneysville on Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl tlarter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cave of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie White and family moved from the Everhart place to the Cherry Meade Farm owned by Mr. Johnny Rodman Jr. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mrs. Stacia Fleming is visiting her sister Mrs. Sadie Piggett in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tharpe were Saturday evening callers of Mrs. Samuel Heinz. At the June meeting of the Ev- ergreen 4-H Club the members decide~l to hold ~ carnival and spaghetti supper at the commun- ity center in July. The date to be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall and children Margaret Jo Malcolm, Mary Susan and Cynthia of Alex- andria, Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. George Am- 1 i i Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson of ,~llanta, Ga. spent Thursday night with Mr. arid Mrs. Ercel Boyd and left Friday morning for Rich- mond, Ya. where they will spend a week. Dr. Wa'tson received a de gree in the School of Dentistry at Emery University, Atlanta, Ga. on June 8. tie isthe son of Mrs. Viv- tan Watson of Shepherdstown. We regret to hear of the death of Leonard Chapman, which oc- curred in Charles Town General ttospital on Sunday morning. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. ttenry Burnett. For a good many years the Chapman family had lived at Stewart Orchard here and are well known in the commun- ity. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuckey of Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Newt Stuckey on Sunday. Mrs. Norval Johnston accompan ted by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kab- le, Mrs. Emery Kable and Mrs. Mary Claggett of Charles Town attended the luncheon and after- noon session of the State Izaak Walton Convention atthe Berkel. ey County House on Sunday. The ladies are members of Stafford Chapter and Mr. Kable is a mere ber of the Jefferson County Chap ter. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rogers have moved into the home they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming. Mrs. Lillian Sagemul!er is visit- ing her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomaschas ke at Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Burreli Frill1 and family spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Eddi Harttlove in Baltimore, Md. Moscow profoundly moved by space flight. $2.50 Per Week The "Master" --America's time, st washer. yet It cost only $189.95. Easy to pay for. Holds more: keeps water hot longer; washes faster, cleaner. Saves work ind time. See it now! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. oF YEFPERgON 6--B THURSDAY, JUNE DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED Hours:--9:45 5:00--Closed Tuesday and "OPEN EVENINGS By Appointment Only. Phone 785 112 S. Clmrlea St. Chaxlem Town, W. "World's largest termite control organization" $5000 GUARANTEE Against Future Termite Damage Represented nationally by over 1800 lumber dealers For free Inspection call CHARLES TOWN 47 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE NICELY SUPPLY CO., INC. 114 South George St. Charles Town, iiil;: Wednesday Thursday - Friday June 14 - 15 - 16 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER--BEST PICTURE RtLEASED T~lltJ Ug~KD ANTJST$ The Motion Picture Dedicated To The Proposition! DAVID N N' M ITZl OAYNOR - ll41ai !i ]l nnvees g TH[ATR[ rage drive' S S petitive spirit. T ma -i:::K :::!::!::." 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A revitalized, prideful community spirit,.. an awa~eness of community problems.., a strong determination to solve tlfose problems by positive actiol~.., support your Chamber of Commerce and other civic groups.., help plan improvements and publicly support them.., work for sound local government, educa- tional, recreational and cultural progress. Municipal progress .and industrial development depend upon action by the individual citizenIyOU ! The N & W is deeply interested in the growth and development of the communities it serves. The Norfolk and Western stands with you.., in looklng just one way--Forward I FREE COFFEE and DONUTS During Last Feature. FREE 45 RPM RECORD TO EACH CAR. --ADMISSION:--60e Per Person-- SUN. - MON. - TUES. 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