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IN THE CIR t part of the final liquidating diVi. I cOUN , r Miss Elizabeth Anne Stagner ing a heart attack at his home. . SPIRIT J] t RSON FAR,mRS ADVOCATE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, I dend. I June 2-3-L I celebrated her 12th birthday on Mrs. Julian Glascock and Miss l mmilmA|l.m rt~l"l"TTnOT~ a~d" llrTXTI~ 1~ lapa WEST VIRGINI y d ~ ,~ ~.. Saturday and m honor of the oc- Mabel Glascock are attending CItARLE~S TOWN HOI~E SHOW day of May, 19fi6.., ~ ........ casmn her parents ........ Mr and Mrs summer school at Shepherd Col- ASSOCIATION. A MARK B. WETZEL, ~'||]kJlkdrr ][~|k|T [Clayton Stagner, entertained a lege having enrolled there for Mrs. Mary B. Fun" [rs S aaturday evemng on Mrs. formers parents. Mr. and CORPORATIO~I, J Special Commissioner[ ~,~UJ1~|i r'u|r~| [group of her friends at a picnic special courses on Wednesday of l .viary ~ruce rurr. Lawrence (:rove of Su~ t ~ ~ ! " ~L~,~TTIFF ] June 2-3-. ] ...... [ supper and hayride at the home last week ~~ - ~ Mrs. Clark Furr is going to Point. 1 I J JL zl.iXl 9 r * " " ,~.,,,..,~,~.~ ==a j ~ s. utuart unto J of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Yfl)by, Scotty and Susan Stag-[ ,e,,eon ...... .,. ~...,~n ~,,.o Charleston, W. Va., Wednesday I ~ I ,o ,~,v,~ ~* ,~,,', ,.,~,, oo~, [ NOTICE TO cREDITORS ]~~:~~*lllI Stuart Crim. Prior to the picnic ner of Charles Town spent Tues:I Clarl~ *'I~urr,~P"ete'a'nd'Ju~y~'Furrl with the Rainbow girls for a' . . q,. . . .... V I v~ ........ t , ,,.~ ~ ...... i supper the youngsters entertainea flay nignt ana weunesaay ot las~ i ......... three-da- meetin% returnin,, gAan ina %ntnlr.nnvn# ROBERT T MOORE | .. .. _ ~ . ~ .. ] ~zeeung and ~urpn~ ~nower i ,h~,.,o.~ .... -~, *,, ~ *(,~, ~,~,~,~-~ ..... ev visi*~n,* ~ir -,'ann-~re-~o } x~rs. ~lary ~ruee rurr, ~r anu , , ~ , ~ " ~, ~.~.ut, ,.~..op~..~ ~v.w~ BA R ..... [ The :~ummiz r'oint Home L~em ..... ,,,,~ o ix r, uu,eu~xge, u,uvc tu - [ W.F. KE ]ia ie state of FLU ton, croquet and dancing, and Mr and Mrs Stuart Cr]m, at . ~ c r s of the Ig R-I onstration Club met on Thursda " ,;" , Berryvllle, Va, and had ,upper at M~ss Peggy Baker spent the! IIU I[id~| JULIUS C HOLMES, ...... Y when they had eaten piled onto a Monte View while thew mother, " . * ENCE A. McVEIGH. evenin a he f r" ' , . the Battletown Inn, the occasmn weekend with M~ss Tr~cm Colhs. T. A, WARDEN (OR WARTHAN) [ All hermns tmvin~ claims a- - g t. t home o ,, M s. hay wagon for the fun of a long Mrs. Clayton Stagner accompa, t ~,.~,~,, ~.,. ~,~ ................ / T O LINK I . "..'-.-~-:.:..-~- ~ ~.. * _ ~ James Grantnam near Miualeway ~ rid" in "h~ C"mn'i* P"int area nied Mrs ~ack Horne of Ha--'ers t ..... ~ .... s..,,arK ~urr s oirmoay. Mr. anu mrs..~/ton Grove were ] A~.tJ Pk,,~,.k 1~,,nJ-L----~ J" W DeJARNETT [ ga~nst, the v:stat at ~lorcence A:I with fifteen members and guests I U.~. ,~,7 ~,,r~' ~he .... e"' ,,f' Fer-- on" a tour to Hershe-lVl~a' The Bible School at the Meth- visitors Sunday evening of the } /411L'IlU I~IIUILII ,~lUllUlr''='~ C. N. CAMPBELL ! atreVn )gn/ie V t e x i ethersa t I in,attendance. The.meeting wafit honor ope~el~he 'many a~ra~tive sponsored by the Pollyanna'Class! vd'rst Church h:a~ beent hav:ng ~;2 It. T. CORNWELL I with vouchers :thereof, legally] calico,to oruer oy me presment, [gifts awaiting her, and the young- of the Camp Hill Methodist } . ~ :~ ~,,,,u u~t,:,.~u,,V,=e. .j~y c,u~- g I ..... O. M. DARLINGTON - [ verified to the !undersi~med at [ Mrs. wa.ace ~nyaer ann was op- [ sters were served ice cream and Church. [ mg program wul de on weunes- ~ ~~ I=.1.~1@. ,U,,,,t, a ,,, I HF! S, C. YOUNG, JR.. and, I m~ officein Harrmr's Fe~ ~estlened withDevtins.!ed, by Mrs. icake before returning by truck to t day evening.... . . ]! MIIH'I'I I'% FHAKMAI:Y I t'-t THE HEIP~S, EXEC~ .a.M.J:&~'.,.,,~, ,....,.. L~'~,,,,,~ e:7,,'~'~,K.~.lJames rL ~nyaer. At their con-lCharles Town Those present in ~~~.~;~l~,~.,~l~~ :virs viola ~napman attenueu X -'=vu ",. w uuirnmq'r',i~v I ansi MINI~TRATORS ~D /[~I:G~'zSI .............. I uslon the minutes of the last ladditio., t-he---aronts her broth ........... the funeral of her sister-m-law, ii [ III .... , *, ~u x~oo; omerw mey may Dy . tx o z P ~ , " OF THE ABOVE I~AMED PER-I ,~', ~.~ .v...,,.a,.a ~,..~ on ~.o.,',[., [ meeting were read and approved I er and sister Scotty and Susan UII I VII I F Mrs. Hugh Lloyd. at Harpers Fer- 2 , ,,, ~r~ T~,__, ..... , __ ~t ~ ...., _ m ..... I ,v "" ...................." ..... * ' ' I I b - " SONS, [, ~ia -state A~ bene~iciarie- -1 and a.rePort was made by the[ Stagner, her grandparents, and iv| LL~ L L [ ry Tuesday afternoon ~ IU4 IS, = l'OWII] Miss ] ...... v. o-.,. ~" ~" " " "" tr s " " UNIOdOWN DEFENDANTS. I sai~ as~ate -re n~tified to be nre. I ea urer. Several Rems of busi- ] her great.grandmother, Mrs. Har- MISS Dorothy Lake ] The members of the Methodist S ~:~'.~K ess were aiscussea anu runs N I ' ..... P . ry C Frazier, were Mr and Mrs ...... Chrch are going to Gaithersburg, Notice to the above ha~eO~ ~l sent on said date to protect then'lwere made for the annual family I ma " ....... ,n.~ ..... hters Ter~" ~'~l~i)~;]i~:?~~'~-~g I Md Sunday afternoon June 26 I DIAL 725=7321 ~rig. Gen. feadants and to all past and pre-]~t~e~tn" under ---- ~-and this 31 1 p~c.mc. Th!s wl!l be h~d, rain or Holly Sue, Natalie, Brenda anti Mr and Mrs. J. T. Lo.ngerbeam,I to visit the Home and have a ~ ~, a natty sent stockholders and.creditors ofl.~,,. ^~#,.. ~96~"~ " [ Shine, on. me tourm.~unaay in Carla, Alice ttayes, Terry Anders, Mr. Granville Longeroeam anaI birthday picnic supper for Mrs. ~ IqdNIP'~l I I/d~ L een ass the Charles Town Horse ShoW|"" u~ *""L~V~fS D NICHOLSI~u-iy at me,name ot,~lrs. Stuart Deedie Brown, Brenda Miller, children, Granville, Jr., Clayton]Anna Ramsburg. 8 ]#H[~L~N b[~iY~L~ ~erH;~vi Association, a Corporation, and tol oAum c,,,mD kCCr,.m / run: rouowmg .me, OUslness Holly Cave, Patty Anders, Jerrol and Faye, of Mi!lville, Mr. andI Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and ~ u nuuitFvmauu, un~,ml ~innt nnvi ~e. criey2 co ' ra o s ,,,.,,u,,,,~,,,,,,,~,, ,,,. ~, v,J,,,o meeung me evenings lesson, Mrs Bob Lon eroeam ann enid- ~ o. ,~,~ all persons,, fn.ms, or ..... tin / ~,~,..t~'~w~"~............ Pntt ,v/ .... .. . _ Milton,. Donme Baumgardner, .... - ~ . ...... 1K~m, of Charles Town, were call-, ~~~~t~~~*.~t~~t~tmO~t~.~.~_~,~~~*.~Ot~~ ~ ~'oo'~:~:a ~,~a havm~ any claims against thel .... I ~ou, en ~onsumer, wmcn was Dwwht Bowers Johnny and Tom- aren, Tommy, hlnaa, ~atny ann _~._~_____._ ____ ~--_=-__~_: ~ a~z~ta - ~ ..... ,June x-~.~ ..... - ' - I ' ' ' progra Charles Tow~ Horse Show Amoci-j, ~ ] most reformative, deahng w~th my Dalley Diana, of Engle, Mr. and Mrs., IH~ll~lll~l ~~i~~ll~~l~il~ili~il~ I " " ~" :t~rP~e~e~eY:~:?I~ehd, .~gt~6~t,/ T:7:CEcr~E:::H:eft- 1 !!iPP!~:]~/~b~.u~!:!!~rdaemS'Th~t H~,~M::~i~.atGa~Rhd::!e!~ iearoriii~~cda:~~~i i!:: iil ii:: ii:: i::i i::i i::i iii i:::: !il iii iii ii i!:: i::! i! ili i::i iil iil !ii !i:: ill !:::: i:::: A:~In:P:!I at I0:00 A. M., at my offi/~ i~ the/ ciaries of the Estate 6f ELIZA-] the close of the discussion the the latter s mother, Mrs. Julian , , " " , ' "n J p" Citizbns Building in Charles ~wn| BETI~ M BAECHTEL ] meeting was adjourned and a Glascock and Terry, of Ranson, Mr and yes re* ve~ v~ ve~ yes yes re, yes ~es yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes aus w~ .... ' ~ " " : " r ar L n erbeam and chil yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yel yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ' . Jefferson County, West "~Irginm,| All persons having clazms a-] pleasant soclalhour was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Poston ofM s. H~ ry o g ~. _ ~ v,, yes yes yes yes ye, yet yes yes yes yes yet yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ~l.r9 as. the time and. place tar. tne|. gainst t e Estate of Elizabeth M | At thls time me group nonoredh . . . . Ga]thersburg," Md., were visitors'" aren, ~tanay ann ,anna Jean, at. . . vet yes v,s yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes re, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes_ _ lvinitaI purpose of. making the lnquirms/Baechtel, whether due or not] Mrs.. William Burch with a sur- over the past. weekend at the Harpers Ferry, enjoyed, a picnic, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yet yes yes ye yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes and stating and repo~ti~g an are notified to exhibit the same prize stork shower and when the home of the farmer's brothers on Sunday. The occasion was in yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes y, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes account on the following matters| with vouchers thereof, legally! many attractive gifts had been op-and sisters, Mr and Mrs Howard honor of the birthday of.Granville YeSs v.e,s v:ss vfss v:~ ~:'s ~:l ve~ ~:: reel v, ! ~e: v~ss ~:1 vee~ Ve: vee: wess ~eess V:~ ~e,s as directed by the Circuit court verified to the undersi ed, at ened and admired a quiz, based on Foll~r~ taboo C-~l~ 0..~o,~ ~.,,~ Longer~eam, or., ann l~maa ban- - - - - - .... .--~ ~,_ =1 .. gn ..... . ..... _ ..... ,% ~,~,~ .~ *~ ~ ,, ~,,,,~ ~. ,,,~, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ye~ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes in a order enterect m r.ne aoove fie i Ha er' Fe West the stOrK meme was won o mrs gem.e,... ,: .~a " 2" "966 i my of e n rp s rry, ..... , ...Y . ... Mr. Skinner Poston. yes yes vet yes vet yes yes yes yes ~ yes yes vet yes vet yes vet yes yes vet entitled case on may ~aa, x ,| Virginia, on or before September ~ ktooert ~urcn, after wmcn Uell- Mrs Kate Gracev is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Norman James re, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ye,~ ~ Fes yes ~e* yes ~es ~es yes yes yes yes as follows, to-wit: "30 1966; otherwise they may. by! claus refreshments were served th~ Charles Town'General Has-i- and Donald Longerbeam were vis- yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yei~ ~'es yes yea yes yes yes yes re| yea yes I. The total number 0f issqed la~v be excluded from all benefits by Mrs. Grantham and Mrs. Rob- tal. havin~ been admitted thee itors of the group on Sunday af- yes yes yes yes ws yes yes yes yes '~ ~e, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes and outstanding shares of the of said estate All beneficiaries ofi ert H. Hardesty. on'Thurs(l~a- for observation and ternoon, re, v~ re, ~*~ rts yes re* yes yes vc~ ~es r** ~e~ yes yes yes ve~ yes ~es yes ___~._. _.__t. _~ ,z... _..:.z ........~..~...* .... " ~'~ .... '~ t yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ye~* tees Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes capital stock ux Llle ~aiu ctnpurat- SOld estate are notltleu to De pre- Episcopal Churchwomen Meet treatment Mr. Fred Saum, of near Wil- yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes y, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ion, to-wit: The Charles ToWn Horse Show Association. 2. ~(a) The names of the present owners of said stock, if known, and the names of the last known -owner if the name of tb~ present owner is unknown. (b) The total number of shares owned by each of the said stock- holders, together with the stock certificates held by each stock- sent on said date to protect their interest. Given under my hand this 31 day of May, 1966. LEWIS D. NICHOLS COMMISSIONER OF A(JCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY June 2-3-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of BERNARD JOSEPH THARPE, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of said Bernard Joseph Tharpe, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibil The Episcopal Chuchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday evening of last week at the home of Mrs. Philip Creamer with ten members and guests present. The meetiing was opened with Devotions led by Mrs. Stuart Crim after which the evening's lesson was presented by Mrs. Creamer who read several in- teresting exxcerpts from the book "The Man Nobody Knows" by Bruce Barton. At its conclusion the roll was called, thte minutes of the last meeting were read and approved and a treasurer's report was made. Several items Mrs. Oscar Brady, who had liamsport, Md., spent Wednesday been visiting her son-in-law and with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitting- Webster and their family at their ton and children, Hope and Rob- home near Charles Town has re- by, of Baltimore, Md., spent the turned to her home near Summit weekend with thte former's moth, Point to spend the summer er, Mrs. Marie Whittington. months. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows Miss Elizabeth Crane, who was were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. graduated on June 6 from Linden and Mrs. Louis Meadows and Hall at Lititz, Pa., has returned to children. "Mt. Ellen," the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. I Tommy Longerbeam, of Engle, spent Saturday night with his Crane, to spend the summer grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. months. A number of local people at- Longerbeam. tended the annual chicken barbe- Connie Webb, of Shenandoah Junction and Sherry Shiner, of cue, sponsored by the South Jef- .. ..... ferg~n Ruritan Ch]b which was near t~naries Town, spent several iae-l~('~t-'O-~--C~mmunit"v Con't~r -nights the past week with their ..................... ~ ....... grandmother, Mrs Mae Webb near Bardane on Saturday eve- _ .~. .. , . ",., ninff Mr. l)eimare riougnann enll- Ylrs. Robert McCormick re-dren, Sharon and Judy, of .R.an- tu son, were Sunday evening visitors rned home last week from the WincheSter Memorial Hospital of Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay where she had been admitted the and Vince. previous week for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark and treatment, sons, Scott and Tommy, are spend- same. with the voucher thereof of business were discussed and legally verified, to the under- a new member, Mrs. J. Edward signed at his office at 104 W. Magaha. was welcomed into the Congress St., Charles Town, West group. Also present for the meet- Virginia, on or before the 2nd day ing was "Mrs. William Kieldsing, of October, 1966; otherwise they of Oak Hill, who spent several days last week visiting Mr. and (c) The total amount of money may by law be excluded from all Mrs. White Grantham and family held by the officers of the carp- benefit of said estate. All bene- at their home near Middleway oration to pay the stockholders ficiaries of said estate may while the Reverend- Mr. Kield who were not paid the face or appear on or before said day to sing attended a conference in ing several days this week with ar value of the stock in the exam_in i P . e sa d claims and other- Washington, D. {2. During the em Open Church Wedding the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. amount of $10 00 and the hqm wis rotect t : "! : e p heir interests, joyable social hour which fol- In an open church wedding at Clark, of Gastonia, N.C. ' dating dividena in the amount at Given under my hand this 2nd lowed adjournment, delicious re- 2:30 o'clock on Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd SmaUwood $90.00. day of June, 1966. freshments were served by the noon in the Church of the Holy and children, Tina and Tonya, of~ 4. (a) How much money is held T.W. STEPTOE hostess. Spirit, with the Reverend Temple Charles Town, were Sunday din- in the corporation account in the Commissioner of Accounts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and G. Wheeler officiating, Miss Ruth. ner guests of Misses Rosie and Bank of Charles Town, Charles Jefferson County Town, West Virginia. . June 2-3-t. children, Bobby and. Linda, left ada Bernice Breeden, daughter of Marguerite Petrucci. (b) How much, if any, of said _ early Saturday morning for a five- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Breeden of Mr. and Mrs. William Ains- week tour in their new "camper," Gerrardstown, became the bride worth, of Charles Town were account in said Bank of Charles NOTICE TO CREDITORS planning to travel to California by of Mr. Neal Wallace Kees, son of Saturday evening visitors of Mr. Tow~q~ is obligated to its stock-[ _ . .. ~ . .. holders for the payment of past I TO the ~redit0rs ann ~enefici- the southern route, then up the Mr. and Mrs. George B. Crim, also and Mrs. James Lilla. dividends declared by the carp- arms of the Estate of MINA J. coast to Washington where they of Gerrardstown. Following the Mr. and Mrs. Willard Whitting- oration prior to the institution of RAU. . . . } will visit the latter's brother and ceremony a small reception was ton and children of Charles Town, thi~ ~,it ~nd All persons naving claims a-' sister-in-law, A 1/C and Mrs. Wil- held at the home of the bride's were Sunday visitors of Mr. and (c) How much, if any, of said gainst the Estate of Mina liam Ware aand family in Spa- grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Brady. Mrs. Tony D'Angelo, Jr., and ~eotmt i~ e~hli~nt~.d fop th~ troy- J. Rau, deceased, whether due or Lane. Returning home by the The new Mrs. Kees is a former children, Jeffrey and Jenny. ! m'ent'of deb~ts"t~o-or-clai-ms-of~th'e not are. notified to.exhibit the northern route, they plan to visit resident of the Summit Point creditors of said corporation same wzm vouchers tnereox legal- friends also in Idaho and Wiscon. arta, a member of the Church of ~a, ~ ~,,ch if an-' of said ly verified to the undersigned at sin. Mr. Richard S~hmidt, who the Holy Spirit, and attended the Be Wise -- Advertise i " i " u my office in Harper s Ferry est had planned to accompany the local school until moving with her account ~s available for d strzb - . ..... .: . _ Light family on the trap, was un- family to Gerrardstown some ockh l ers of the wrgzma, on or vetore ~eptem~er tion to the st o d corporation as a part of future 30, 1966; otherwise they may, by liquidating dividends, law be excluded from all benefits 5. What and how much are the of said estate. All beneficiaries of total assets of said corporation said estate are notified to be which are available for payment present on said date to protect of the following: their interest. (a) the debts of said eorporat- Given under my hand thls 31 ion; day of Ma~, 1966. (b) the expenses of dissolution LEWIS D. NICHOLS and liquidation of said corporat- COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS i~;c) claims of stockl~olders for June 2-3-t.JF-~F~N COUNTY any past and unpaid dividends; N~ICE DITOIIS (d) distribution to stockholders TO CRE in liquidation. To the Creditors and Benefi- holder and the number of shares represented by each such certifi- cate. 3. (a) The stockholders Who were paid the face or par value of the stock in the amount of $10.00 and the liquidating divi- dend in the amount of $90.00. (b) The stockholders who were not paid the face or par value of the stock in the amount of. $10.00 and the liquidating dividend in the amount of $90,00. 6. The creditors of said corp- oration, if any, including officers, agents, employees and stockhold- ers, their names, and the amount due to each of said creditors, In- cluding any amounts due te ~k- holders for dividends heretofore declared by said corporation and remaining unpaid. 7. Any claim for taxes due to the United States Government, the State of West Virginia, or any agency or political subdlvlsion thereof. 8, The necessary expenses of liquidation and any costs inciden- tal thereto. 9. (a) Total amount available for distribution in final liquid? ation to the stockholders of said corporation. (b) The amount to be distribut- ed per share of said stock in final liquidation upon surrender of said stock certificate~ The afbresaid persons, firms or corporations are hereby notified that unless on or before said date, they attend and produce before me such evidence, vouchers, etc,, as would enable me to properly execute the same, any such claims will thereafter be barred, All stockholders of said corporation are hereby notified that unless on aries of the Estate of WILLIAM L. TABLER. All persons having claims a- gainst the EState of WilliamL. J. Tablet, deceased, whether dub or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, leg- ally verified to the undersigned at my office in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, on or before September 30, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefits of said e~ate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be pre- sent on said date to protect their Interest. Given under my hand this 31 day of May, 1966. LEWIS D. NICHOLS Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County lune 2,3-t. Nanc TO CREDrr0RS To the Creditors and Beneflei. aries of the Estate of WILLIAM H. WILLIS. All persons having clainm a- gainst the Estate of William H. Willis, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersign- ed, at my office In the City of West Virginia., on Harper's Ferry, or before the30 day of September, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all bexiefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be pr~ sent on said date to protect their intere Given under my hand this 31 or before said date. they make application at my office for th9 payment of dividends declared prior to the commencement of the above entitled action and unpaid tO said stockholde thereafter any claims by them for said divi- dends shall be barred and all un- elainted dividends shall revert to and become part of the g{meral day of May, 1966. LEWIS IX NICHOLS, as COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ~'es yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ces yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes As Cam yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Sa yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ] yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes y yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ])lock - tu Ve~ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes y~ yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes v,, yes v,, v,, v., v,, v,, vo, v,, v,. v, v., w, v- v,, yes v,, v,, yes v,, v,, SATU Yes yes yet yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ' yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes 4. 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And ~; me every day, new owners by the thousands are Rocketing into an Oids-fiiled summer of driving ~ERMS: fun! Get on over to your Olds Dealer's and test drive the Olds you like best. Discover how much Oldsmobile cares about the things you care about. Your comfort.--'-~our safety. Your driving satisfaction. See your nearest Olds Dealer...the man who has everything for You! 0 LO S M 0 B I LE i @~[~T VIM[ TO GO wH[nt THt ACTION tt ,,. s[[ YOu~ Ni~ll~V Ot~$MOS0L[ QU~t*TV O[~L[~ ~owt I I m imNI I1 a In In i n li " !1 ! !, . . f J I 1 ,IIIIII I III J I ~ able to do so, having been called years ago. to Rochester, N. Y., by the critical Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb and condition of his brother-in.law, their small son, Parker, of Tako- Mr. Claude Furness, who suffered ma Park, Md., were recent visitors a heart attack on Friday of last at the home of the latter's par- week. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jen- Mr. William Glaseock returned kins and son David. to his home on Tuesday of last Mr. Carl Menear returned home week from the Winchester Memo- on Saturday from the Charles rial Hospital where he had been a Town General Hospital where he surgical patient for tthe past two had been admitted after suffer- weeks. Visiting him and Miss ...... i" Georgianna Glascock from Tues- day until Friday was their sister, Mrs. Clagett Warfield, of Laytons- ville, Md. Entertalned on Birthday Miss Barbara Ann Shull and roommate, Miss Phyllis LeConey of Alexandria, Va., spent the weekend of June 3 visiting Miss Thomas Shull and family, and in honor of the former's birthday, Mrs. Shull entertained at a dinner at her home on Sunday afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shull and children, Scot- ty and Terry, of Berryville, Va., Mrs. Michael Kidwell, Mrs. Bey- erly Hummer of Charles Town, Miss Mary Ellen Shull and Louis Shull. Miss Barbara Shull and Miss LeConey visited recently with friends in Watertown, N. Y., and before returning home toured several places of interest in Canada. Mrs. Bessie Sommers moved on Friday from the apartment in which she has lived since return- ing to Summit Point some years ago, and Is now in residence at the Knott Nursing Home in Charles Town. Miss Shirley Macoughtry was a dinner guest on Saturday eve- ning at the home of her cousin, Miss Sidney Shirley and Mr. Thurston Shirley in Charles Town who had as their house guests last week their brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Shir- ley, Jr., and daughter, Angelica, of St. Lot~is, Mo. On Sunday af- ternoon Miss Maeoughtry visited the Reverend and Mrs. Jennings W. Hobson and children, Jenks, Nell and Jamie, at their home in Purcellville, Va. Celebrate~ Birthday With Hayride MAK~ SeRE Of a full month'~ profit each and every month! Save by the 10th; earn from the 1st. 4%% Ann Current Rate Per um SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE ,9.1001 I Andl @ Thls New Machine Offers Our Patrons Quicker And Better Service By Combining netics And Ozonair, For Safe And Fast Service. 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