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PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN .... i RS FFR' ' F AND Bq G E Webb Telephone 2492 Meeting June 27 servat' nd treatment. tl meeting will be held Thursday was a big Day throu- ,s Ferry District High ghout this area with huge crowds Tuesday evening, Juneof people going and coming all Clock p. m. for purpose day to witness the official opening ag Band Uniforms for of the Civil War Show Case. The ribbon cutting took place at 2 Band. Please attend o'clock p. m. and from then on un ng. Boosters Club assist til a late hour the Show Case and },Friendship Fire Corn- surroundings were open to the 'sponsoring a benefitpublic. Members of the Camp Hill and Saturday week for benefit of It will be held at and it is hoped that ,be a good attendance. Wolfe is a patient D. Baker VA Center undergoing ob-. I 0R YOUR OTHER Methodist Church served lunch- eon to 500 people. Mrs. Robert Y. Stiles and lit- tle daughter Debra of near Gai- thersburg, Md. spent Thursday af tern.on with her aunt Mrs. G. E. Webb while Mr. Stiles and his 84 year old father visited a farm in Jefferson County recently pur- chased by a relative of the Stiles family. Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby of Engle spent Friday evening at the G. E. Webb home. Benefit Bingo A benefit Bingo will be held at the Hall of the Friendship Fire Company on Monday and Tuesday evening July 3rd and 4th. The Fire works will be shown on Tues day evening at 10 o'clock. The annual Carnival of the Friendship Fire Company will be held from August 14 to the 19. i Proceeds for benefit of Fire Corn i pany. A living room suite will be chanced off this time, and will be displayed at the Melvin T. Strid- er Furniture Company in Charles Call 424 Town in the near future. . The many friends of Miss M. J. Bridner are glad to know she is .ac. h improving in the Memorial Hos ]pital in Winchester, Va. after F U i being a patient there for about I A [1 n ]five weeks. " -- "" I Mr. H. F. Houser of Sharpsburg b -" CL| CD [Md. spent Sunday at the G. E. home in Bolivar. Mrs. Cecil [Webb is the daughter of Mr. Hous GEORGE STREET [er. .... :: : [ Sunday visitors at the home of S:;'rOWN, W. VA.[Mrs. J. L. Eackles were Mr. and :, .... |Mrs. Perry Eackles and family of t!ma es tJneerxully I Fredericksburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs; JuSt : Call Us.) W.A. Lehman and family of Shep # [ McDONALD, JR. CY AND I I AL ESTATE laSon Building Phone 735 Town, W. Va. g younger Nmgm- ............ ~. of nduring health above all other And one of the best ) this is to work in close your physician. of medicine, these on making and more rewarding many helpful You have your Doc- Oe sure to bring pharmacy. Y0ut ~'special needs i.2~d at' the right & STUCK herdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Win- cell Grove of Bethesda, Md. Mrs. Lewis Reek spent Tuesday in Washington, D. C. with her II THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Tgwn ,+ Shepherdstown 35 Telephones - 162 CISTS 173 [ i Town, W. Va+ $2.50 Per Week Yhe "Master" --America's finest washer, yet it cost only $189.95. FAtsy to pay for, Holds more; keeps water hot longer; washes raster, cleaner. Saves work a, time. See It nowl CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC L14 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va III Kitchens... Playrooms... Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For I 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Va. Or Call Collect To PHONE' AM 3 - 9411 + . auntMrs. Lloyd who was a former || | || ,Mrs. Edward Ryman and Mtssliii a n s[aSr ent! i! THuSRPIDRAITy, OF)NJ EV2ERISgU6__I FARMERS ADVUCAT 7_.B residentarea ..... of, the Harpers Ferry ...... | L L | L |were| JuanitaMr.Ryman.and Mrs.SUndaYGeorgegUestSMor- i t Garland Hooe. ' I LIEUT. GOV. iIANDZO WILL Mrs. Donald Eackles of Bolivar tvliss Dorothy Lake rison and son Freddie of Charles wi hp ,,r accompanied by her sister Mrs. . _ Town and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin .................... , George Benjamin of Silver Spring Mr. and Mrs..Floyd Mflt.on and Ryman and daughters of Shenan- Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hough and Mr .and+Mrs. , umor ymnds and VISIT LOCAL KIWANIS CLUB son ~evln spent ~unoay wltn me doah' Junction. I sons. of Bakerton were Sunday. vis ~, son ano 5,tr ana Nlrs. oonnle. lur i -- are visiting relatives in Monticello formers parents Mr and Mrs. Jos- Mr w !itors of Mr. and Mrs. Hursell Can !ner and daughter spent Sunday IAeutenant Governor John Han Arkansas. ............................ fiord . , "-,. ]dzo will make his offxc]al v~slt to Mrs. Kay Nokes visited Mr .and eph Mi~on of Kabletown,. W: Va. Miss Dot Lake attended the ()pen-" evening with Mr Tony D'Angmo ~ ..... m~ss ~aran r'ayne ot Hmsuoro, " " - Mr and Mrs Milton Reed have and Mr. and Mrs. Michael D An- the Charles Town Kiwanis Club MrS.last weekJameSnearNkeSBoonsboro,fr severalMd.daysVa... recently spent Sunday with" onmgThursday.f the Civil War Show Case been vacationing in Ohio. [ gel,. I Thursday night at the 6:15 p. m. t~r~.u ~amandilMrS" Charles D Angel. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt and ~ dinner meeting in hotel Thomas Kay's husband is with the U.S. y. , son Jay and Vince spent Sunday son were Sunday visitors of Mr. More travel to United States ur Jefferson. All members of the lo- Navy stationed in Greece until Mr and Mrs Robert Ott an, - " " and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. [ wed by Hodges. cal club are asked to make a spec fall. They will then live near his " , ., . with Mr. and Mrs. Wflham Hough sons of Charzottesvine va. were ..e Do,. ..... Mr. and Mrs. Sandie Hooe of t -------- - ]ial effort to attend and meet with base in South Carolina. Mrs. , . ,, ~a~,c,~,. visitors Of Mr and Mrs James Lfl ............ I the Bloomery spent an evening Common refuses to hear Lab.-I the Lieutenant Governor Thurs- Nokes is the daughter of Mr. andla and sons Jay" an," '+vmce" an " .... wr. r ooer[ horn ot twamstee, Mrs. Harvey Staubs of Bolivar ...... " ........ Michigan was a recent visitor of, the past week with Mr. and Mrs. rite on peerage. 'day night. NIL ano Mrs. lvlelvln bllla ana oau She was a member of the junior ghter Rebecca on Sunday evening. class in the local High School dur Miss Rebecca returned home with ing the past school term. Mr. and Mrs. Ott for a visit. The property of the late Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Lenora Staubs has been sold to and daughters Sherry Lou, Beth a party in Washington, D. C. It is Ann, Lyndia and Jennifer of Mar now rented to Mr. and Mrs. Sam- tinsburg spent Sunday with Mr. uel D'Angelo of Millville, W. Va. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Sunday evening visitors at the Mr. Melvin Lilla who was a pa home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb tient at the Winchester Memorial were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mills hospital for a week returned to Mrs. Alinda Ambrose and a friend his home on Saturday. Mr. Clifton Kelican who enter ed the Charles Town General Hos of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conklin and three children of Tows.n, Md. Mrs. Lloyd Hough and daugh- ters Phoeba Shirley have return- ed home after spending two weeks with the formers daughter Mrs. William Robinson in Buffalo, N. Y. who has been quite ill for sev eral weeks. She is much improv- ed at this time. Mr .and Mrs. New Winters and pital Ranson on Wednesday of the past week expects to return home this Week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake spent several days this week with Mr. Joe Gordon of Edinburg, Va. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire were Mrs. Pitt- man Russell and daughter Karen of Winchester, Va. and Mr. and daughter Joan are on a vacation Mrs. Wenner and son trip to New York, New Jersey and Freddie Lee of Lovettsville, Va. to other points of interest. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Les- Mr. Reid L. Geronimo has re- ter Johnson and Mrs. Floyd Mil- turned to his home, much improv ton motored to Hagerstown, Md. ed after being hospitalized for on Friday evening. several weeks Miss Patty Rinaldi and Mr. and Ernie Webb is nursing a pain-Mrs. Donnie Rinaldi of Bolivar, ful toe, although it is improving W .Va. were Sunday visitors of satisfactorily. The nail was bad- Mr. and Mrs. Charles D'Angelo. , ly ingrown and had caused troub Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ryman ann le several times during the past sons of Pittsfield, Mass are spenu two years with a physic-tan car-ing ing several weeks with Mr. and for it several times but finally it: became infected and was very d" f l/l[l lOOlg' 3 TT l']lO9 painful requiring the services of a JUI1111i /:31UL I Foot Specialist, who removed L quite a portion of the nail, scrap- "-', ,mr ed the bone and put three stitch- 5 l+/-k15 es in the toe. Ernie is a graduate TNT MII I)T.W.WAV Of Harpers Ferry High School, '60 ........... ' .... and was a student in Shepherd Pursuant to Decree of the Cir- College during the past term. cult Court of Jefferson County, John Strother, aged and very West Virginia, entered on the well known resident of Bolivar 14th day of June, 1961, in a pro- has been quite ill at his home for ceeding therein pending entitled several days but is showing im- provement. His many friends hope he will continue to improve. He is over 82 years of age and is known for his kindness and under standing for all with whom he comes in contact. He has spent his entire life in Bolivar. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Gave BirthdaT. ,Mrs. Netl gave a Stanley J. Russell Fritts, et al, Plaintiffs vs C. A. Hehle, Sheriff, as Admin- istrator of Leslie Weaver, et al, Defendants, designated as Civil Action No. 65, the undersigned on: Saturday, July 8, 1,961 At 11:30 A. M., DST At the Front Door of the Court House in Charles Town, Jefferso Co., W.+Va. will offer for sale to'the highest bidder the following described real estate: That certain lot or parcel of real estate situate on Main Street in the southern portion of the town of Middleway in Jefferson County, West virginia, improved by a substantially completed dwelling house there on, which said lot adjoins the lands of the Heirs of T. M. McCoughtry, John M. Nicely and Moses Baylor and was the same parcel of real estate conveyed to Susan Thornton by A. H. Tanquery and wife by deed dated August 8, 1883, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson Coun- ty, West Virginia, in Deed Book "M", page 380, to which deed and the references therein con- tained reference is made for a more complete and particular de- scription of said lot; and being also the same lot conveyed to H. H. Jennings by Ben Thornton, et ux, et al, by deed dated August 22, 1947, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 169, page 331 to which reference is made; and being also part of the land devis ed to the said Louise L. Jennings by H. H. Jennings by his will dated November 29, 1958, duly ad mitted to probate and of record in the said Clerk's Office on May 11, 1959, in Will Book "K", page 164 to which reference is made. And being also the same proper ty in which Louise L. Jennings conveyed her interest to theun- dersigned by deed dated June 15, 1961 of record in said Clerk's Office. Party on Monday night. Mrs. Eliz abeth Peacher of Martinsburg was demonstrator. Those attend- ing were Mrs. Annie Wilt, Mrs. Mabel Wilt, Mrs. Rosebud Mc- Daniel, Miss Arbutus Wilt and Miss Antionnette Wilt of Chest- nut Hill, Mrs. Margaret Hostler, Miss Mary Margaret Hostler, Mrs. Sarah Turner and daughter Dar- lene, Mrs. Mazie .den, Mrs. Ade line ,den and Mrs. Pauline Ott. Games were played, demonstrat- ions were made and refreshments were served. Mrs. Adline .den won door prize. Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and son of Charles " Town were recent weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters Janie and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy .den were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Shumaker and family at Berryville. Mrs. Mazie .den and Mrs. Ade- !ine Oden gave a Stanley Party at :he home of their mother-in-law Irs. Nellie Oderi on Saturday night Mrs. Billie Dunlap was de- nonstrator. Games were played, aemonstrations made and refresh ments' served. Mrs. Pauline Ott won door prize. Mrs. T. D. Ott is spending some ime with her daughter Mrs. MY" ctle Wilt and family at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Chapman of ,liddleway were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters Janie and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dietrich were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stone and family at Loudoun County, Va. As part of said real estate the Mrs, Arthur Beahm and son of undersigned will sell an electric pump located in said dwelling. TERMS OF SALE: One third cash on date of saIe, balance in two (2) equal annual installments evidenced by notes of purchaser, with interest at six (6) per cent per annum, payable annually, such notes to be secured by a deed of trust on the property sold and further secured by the as- signment of fire .insurance policy with extended coverage in an a- mount equal to the unpaid balan- ce, or with option to purchaser to pay all or a larger portion of the purchase price in cash and the unpaid balance to be likewise ev. idenced and secured. Frederick O. Byrer Frank J. Beckwith Roger J. Perry Special Commissioners In the Clerk's Office of the said Circuit Court: I, W. M. Jones, Clerk of said Circuit Court of Jefferson County hereby certify that Frederick O. Rockville, Md. were recent callers of key, and Mrs. Arthur Beahm and son. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott were 'ecent visitors of Mr .and Mrs. Donald .den and daughter Donna and sons, Guy and Frank at Baker ton. Miss Linda Ott returned to her home from the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital where she was a medical patient. Mrs. Ruby Ott and daughters Janie and Kathy were recent visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ott at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy .den and Randy Ott spent Sunday evening with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shumaker and ram ily at Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter of the Bloomery were recent visitors of the latters par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family. Mrs. Fred Beahm and son Da- vid of Washington, D. C. were Sun Byrer, Special Commissioner, has day callers of Rev. and Mrs. Ar- executed bond wit approved se- Martinsburg, W. thur Beahm and son. I curry before me, conditioned ac- Mrs. Nellie Oden was Saturday | cording to law as required by said May 18-tf. v tor+,of :her q Lher D. - ....... : : ::: , +: {:' : '% ,, I"ot :ai i Mrs. ! le Wiltiaad iala T: :' . ,, I ........................ t fly:'at ,'Char/e :Town, i 1 Juno: 22:3t-: ...... IT'S NOW AT A POPULAR PRICE You get Mercury's traditional fine-car ride. Mercury roominess, too--more rear-seat space, wider doors, bigger trunk than last year's spacious Mercury. 7 money-saving, self-servicing features, Four new engines include Mercury's first "6". Come see and save a bundle! JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. ,202 East Liber!y Street Charles Town, W. PONY DIVISION THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 i ~ ~ LiST OF ICLASSES, PRIZES AND ENTRY FEES. Class and Number To Be Flailed In On Entry Form. ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961. NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITH ENTRY FEES. CLASS NO. 1 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. Entry Pony Mare ~nd F~oal, not e~ceed- Fee mg 50 inches, to be judged to- gether. Shown to hatter. Open Only to Jefferson County Breed- ers ............................. $50 $25 $15 $10 $.300 CLASS NO. 2 Pony 'Mare and ~X>al, not exceed- lxl~g 50 inches. Open. To be judged togetJh~r. Shown to hal,ter $50 $~5 CLASS NO. 3 Yearli,r~g Ponies 42 inches a~nd under ........................... $50 CLASS NO. 4 Yearling Por~ies, over 42 i n~l~es azld ~lot ex.ceed.4ng 46 l+z~caxes... $5O CLSAS NO. 5 Ponaes ,on ,lead reds. To 'be ridc~en by children ~ot exceeding 4 years of age. Judged on sul~bil~ty as a +beginners moun, t. M,~naers and ldndness 90%, Co~fo~ma, Mon 10%. Ponies should be wble to ~and .readily withot~t being con- ~rolled by leader ............... $50 $15 $10 $.300 $25 $15 $i0 $3.00 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 6 Ponies under saddle. For Po~,ies not exceeding 46 {,ncl~e,s. To walk, trot, a~d c~nter. Mazmers, Kind- ness ,and sui~t~bllity 75%, Confor- mation 25%. Children riding in the lead vein classes No. 5 and 7, not eligi~ble ~or ,this class... $50 $25 $15::$10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 7 Ponies on lead rein, for children over 4 years of age and not ex- oeed~ng 8-years of age, to be judged on sui'ta~i,l~:~y .as a begin- hers fflou~.t. M~nners and Kind- hess 90%, Con.formataon 10%. " Ponies should be able ,t~o stand readily w~.thout being cor~trolled by ,leader ....................... $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 8 Ponies U,nder &~ddle. lmor Ponies o~er 46 l,nches a+ud not exceeding 50 inches, ~o be ridden ,by boys 0r ,girls not over 16-years of age. Walk, Trot, and C~r~ter Man- and way of going ,75%; Con~fovm~tion 25% .............. $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 9 Roadster Pony---~hown in har- ness, not exceeding 46 i~ches, to be driven 'by child 16-years and under ........................... $50 $25 $!5 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 10 Pony Championship:2--The CI~am- pion ~nd Rese, rve Title shall be awarded o ,l~nies .t~a~n,g ,~cq~i:red .the highest nm~ber of points for ribbons won: ................... Championship and Reserve Ch~mpi.ons~p R4bbons NO POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED. '1 REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE AND :THOROUGHBRED DIVISION FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1961 LIST OF CLASSES, PRIZES AND ENTRY FEES. Class and Number To Be Filled In On Entry Form. ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961. NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITii ENTRY FEES. REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE CLASS NO. 11 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th.Entry M~vre ~nd Foal to .be judged to- Fee get2aer. S4~own .to Ha~ter ...... $50 $25 $15 $10 $5.00 CLASS NO. 12 Yearlings Suitable to becon~e stock horses. Extended ~reedi,~g to avcomp~ny entry ................ $50 $25 $15 $10 $5.00 CLASS NO. 13 Stallion Class:--Tlu'ee years old oz" over. St~own in hand. Judged o~ Conformation ~nd way of mo~n,g .......................... Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon ~,bbon THOROUGHBREDS CLASS NO. 14 Thoroughbred Foal o$ 1961 ....$50 $25 $15 CLASS NO. 15 Thoroughbred Bax>odmares. To be judged ~s potental producers of t~rses of exce~ler~t conforma- tion. ~oals may .be s~t ~ide but wl'll not be conaidered. Certtf~ca~te from owner or ager~t of St~Ition t~t mares which h.ave never produced Ihave been prope~'ly bred during the s~ason of 1961, mu~t accompany tin try ................ $50 . CLASS NO. 16 Thoroughbred Yearling Filly .... NCYI~:--To be judged as inctivl- duals, on B~lanve, Quality, Con- formation, Saund~aess, end Way of Goir~g. $200 CLASS NO. 17 Thoroughbred YearUng Colt or Gelding ......................... $200 (,Sa~ne Rules as Class 16) $10 $5.00 $25 $15 $Z0 $5.00 $85 $25 $10 $5,00 $65 $25 $10 $5.00 CLASS NO. 18 Thorougl~bred 2-Year Olds i.ll Tff' for fl@t ra~ng ......... $200 $85 $25 $10 $5.00 CLASS NO. 19 Success Class:-~or Yearling C01t~, FilLies or Geldings. To be judged as the most likely to succeed oT~ the Race Track. Extended breed- ing to accompany eabr~es. : ..... $200 $85 $25 $10 $5.00 and Trophy CLASS NO. 20 Tho~'oughbred~ Chax~pionship :-- The Champion and ~Rese~ Title shall be awarded to ~horough- breds having acquired ~he high- , est number of poi~ats for r~ won. Championship and Reserve Champioalship Ribbons NO POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED or All Information, Entry 'Blanks, I)etalls, Etc., Write to C. M. B. RBOWN, -:. Secretaxy, Charles :Town;.:W.:!Va.,-. or.,,T lepbone" 980"-W, Charles: <