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L ;ii :i~ ::i ii .. ....-=.-. , ocun..o ovo ,,pw,,n.mpnricultural U:t Special EleCtiON Iend and filed wit,h the city clerk / T ~b,~,I Now, therefore, be it ordained auesoay, June 3U. [by the Mayor and City council of Resource: ,Could Mea I $10,000,000 -------- ' [Charles Town as follows: A special election for ch,ange in] Beginning at a .%ake ,1) on the bou,ndaries for the Corporation of southern limits (15 feet from the VI :Panhandle Section Cl-mrles Town, W. Va. will be held center line of track) of the B. & J on Tuesd,ay, June 30, 1959. On motion duly made by Geo- rge Mullen and seconded by How- ard Sechrist, the council unani- mously adopted the following or- dinance relating to the c,hange in the bomndaries of the City of Char les Town, setting down a special election date, and adopting m~les concerning the holding of said O. P~ailroad, Valley Branch, a eor ner of Ranson; thence with the "Are you in,terested in an in-should pay for the average invest- railroad also a line of Ranson N dustry for the Eastern Panhandle ment of $1 000 needed to accom- 24-04 E 1381 feet to a stake (2) which has a ten-million dollar :phsh this. on the south line of a public road payroll?" bean Roy M. Kottman ] 3. One and one half million dol- a corner of Ranso,n; thence with Dean of the West Virginia Univer- lars from beef cattle, .by manage- t'he south line of said road N 87- sity College of Agricul+ture, Fores- men,t of the calf crop so that col- 32 E 941 feet to a stake (3) then- try and Home Economics, asked ce along another line of Ranson farm families a, ttending the 1959 N 8-11 W 1335.5 feet to a stake Livestock Field Day and Home- ves will weigh at six mon~ths of age an average of 100 pounds more ,than today's average cal,f r' ,aturc cr c:ao chc.;c, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSONrAmMErS ADVOCATB. steers $29.40; heifers $28.00; choi 6---B THURSDAY, JUNE 25, ce veal top $34.75. Choice butcher steers 28.00 to 29.40; good butcher steers 26.50 to area. A number o.f visitors Who Mr. Lewis Wiley is spen_0{~n~ :28.00; plain to medium steers took the Walks, primarily interest few days with his cousin Mr ~',,~ 123.00 to 26.00; choice butcher hei ed in birds, said Vhat the chief Mrs. Melvin Tomblin and ;aau,J I fers 27.00 to 28.00; good butcher thrill for them was a long look at near Mechanicstown. heifer:, 25.00 to 2700; plain to a Proth(~notary Warbler which medium heifers 20.00 to 24:00; has just taken up residence on the good bulls 24.00 to 24.60; prain to Island. Unfortunately, the Shen- ,medium bulls 21.00 to 24.00; corn andoah flood which hit the area inertial cows 21.50 to 23.00; utili,ty the following week covered the cows 19.00 to 21.00; canners andnesting hole and ~t,he warbler de- BY JOHN A. FIELD JR. cutters 19.00 down; cows by the for drier quarters. STATE TAX COMMISSIONER head up to 210.00; stocker and Anderson said the enthusiasm feeder steers 23.00 to 28.00; stock ~videnced by many of t'he visi,tors Several New Tax measures, e.n- heifers and bulls by the head up is heart-warming and he hopes acted by the 1959 Legislature, go ~o 130.00; that more and~more people will Misses Wilda Orndorff of brook and Judy Harmon chester spent the Mr. anti Mrs. WoodroW and two children. Miss Nm'a and Robin have returned to their Charles Town after days wi,th t'heir aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Their mother Mrs. William PLUS Midnight Attraction Brlgitte B~trdot in "MADEMOISELLE STRIPTEASE" Mail this Coupon with Remittance to Jefferson Publishing Co., Inc. North George Street Charles. Town, W. Va. Sunday Only June ,28 .... J. Horris Hering .hn -- : "JET ATTACK" I MichaelConners in " : : Moves T0 Charles 10wn "SUICIDE BA'VrALION" . Mon. - Tues. June 29 -:30 J. Norris Herlng, organist, for- "HIGH SCHOOL merly of Balt4more, Md., and for HELLCATS" [ ! i Town, has moved permanently to with Yvonne Lime Charles Town vChere he is making While on-the-go, stay in-the-know! Have your Bret Halsey i hl's home with Mr. and Mrs. Owen " A L S O ~heir new restden,ce, Halcyon Hear i on Keyes Ferry Road. summer. Just tell us where you'll be, a nd when! withJohn Ashley ] Mr. HeNng's wife, Mrs. Mary Gent Vincen~ : . Henrie,Vta Berger Heting, died Wed. - Thurs. July 1 - 2 [ Call Phone 222 Today " lflaree years ~go, in May of 1956 [ o ~ : i They, had been married 45 years. "MACABRE" ,,., ,, : . iSince Vhen, he has been closing (means horror!) [ . : : his affairs In Bal,imore selling bAshusenS~nt'lamxlStrefft'c Re OF JEFFERSON ADVOCA w,~ William Prince [ ~[~ ! ~ t t ct~pled since 1920. Jim ]Ba~ku~ I,troduced i.n Charles Town 23 ': So t .,y,ng we Y0- I i years ego by Mrs. Conldyn, ~s for $1.000,00 against DEATH ~ v . pupil, in an o~an recab~l, Mr. Her Charles Town, W. Va. ~Y FRIGHT. [ [ ~ ~ i ~n Chiarles Town and in Winches- Everybody Reads and Enjoys the Home- "QUEEN OF I d @ .,a ter. Va.. during periodic visits. OUTER SPACE ] Z churchtng alSO~olrsaS special, in bovhlns~mmtorci~les andlX) Town Newspaper--the Spirit- Advocate. in Color with Zsa Zsa Gadaor [ ~,S on It's self-cleaning- Renews its]ust'Pn'- neas aid, dust, and years. I ..... Stays beautiful ." soot with every rain ! i I 1 l PEOPLE UPPLY i BUY THE PAINT THAT S WORTH THE 1 FOR A FIVE (5) DAY ENGAGEMENT PRICE i-- " .... '"' Adults 75c- Children 25c Sunday Sho. :---3 & 8 P. M. Thuur., tay and Friday July 2 and 3 STARTING SATURDAY, JUNE 27 ~i!ii Poll workers wt'll be: Mayor's office-N. Clark Purr. Mrs. Mary F. Ingrum, Mrs. Anne Getzendanner. Mrs. Lacy Bailey, Mrs. H. P. Whi,tznore. High School, Hig~ Street-Ed- ward Morgan, Robert Doyle, Mrs. S. H. Stone, Mrs. James Morison, Mrs. H. E. Shreck. C. FRANCIS PRINTZ Clerk N. CARSON, Mayor June 18-22"- I It LOVEJOY mm~ FRANK of, beginning June 18 and ending what your product wlll do for him. &qMPIRND ~,HITRCH lqITW~&~ June 25. MOUNTED POLICE" in Technicolor with Gaxy Cooper ALSO "I BURY THE LIVING" with Richard 'Have Gun Will Travel" Boone "NORTH WEST special election. ~a> n, fh~ ,,,th,,.,, u,~st~ ,~f ,h~ makers' Conference at Revmann a.nd by doublin~ the carrvin~ ca- into effect on July 1. Choice to prime cwlves 33.00 to take advantage of these inspiring ha was discharged from the . , . .: - ,~.y ...... ,; ........ : .... ,; ". . -. .- o , o , , . ce~t~he:ea:, ~(~e tihanhf~:rsPer- tBh2~n;~ ~:t~lain~O~de ValluetY ~ll~nChoi. M~lem~n~ayF.arms near Wardens-p~C~tui;~ Omf :2:;ur;Sas~nrde meapd~Ws fe?~:;~th~S~s lStpf:~ePer:: ~rra2; 324.575; gmOediub~t~)hu~r]~a;lveslJ0s005t.o little tours, chester hospital on MomLaY .... she had been a patient for siding in the City of Charles Town said ~-aitr~d N a~ s~ ~ ~an a foot- Kottman the nrincinal soeaker ment methods an estimated $400-500 000 into t'he 00 to 30.00; thin calves 24.00 down [[~ | Ifll ~ ]fll k| past 10 days. desiring to change the corporate '-"~d_~g~'~:-~2,~ 5-feetYi~-~5:d~'~' of t'he day' went'on tosay'"Such 4 One milbon eight hundred state's general fund during theheavy calves 25.00 to 32.00 ~, m- w r~ Mr. and Mrs. Harlan unger }ira.its thereof, have filed their pc- 864.9 ft" S 45"18 E 631 0 feet" N an industrY, is available to folks thousand dollars'from the 2,509 1959-60 fiscal year. .. Blue hcad grade lambs 27.45; Ill I / / ~ i~[ daughter were Mo,nday niglV z, ibions m writing muy verified a, a, w"~, , r~.+. x, ~n'~n ~ '~o, in Berkleev Grant Hamnshire farms that vrow sheen h,~ r~isi-- I.~ is an excise mx upon me priv reo neao graue ,arabs 25.50" red I~y Mrs.Charles Adams itors a.t the, home of he rnc~r{ t~ g orth the change proposed9 f.o~ ~a ~ ~a ~ ,~a ~ r~.. ,~ ~ Hardy Jefferson Mineral Morgan lambs that will wean at 20 r~.n,~s llege of transferring real prop-shoulder grade lambs 22 25' butch ann sister-m-law Mr. a n thhe metes and bounds of such ......... and Pendleton counties In fact it heavier than the overate lamb toerty or real estate. The rate set er ewes 4 00 to 7 00" stock ewes --, . . ------- Thomas Wiley and family. . cot oration and s ' " ,~l~aKe (11) "~nence leaving SOUth "" ' o " ' " .... ~anoay oinner guests with Mr. Mr and Mrs Lee Allen B P a.'ked that a vote :. - '. - - ' is already here if you want, it day bv increasina tha ~v~r.,,~ by the Leg]Mature ]s $1.10 :perper head none. I l,,n e ol rallroaa anQ running " - ' - " -' - ........ ~- be taken upon the proposed chan-. ......... And when it is fully develoned it wool cli,n from 5 to 8 ,~unds and $500 value or any fraction thereGood butcher hogs 17 50 to 18 - and Mrs. Homer Samsell and faro bower and two daughters e .~rLrougl~ the lano ol unarms Town ' " " " .... . . , " ' ily in Martinsburg were her sister Sunday night visitors wi.t~ g '- Racin~" Association Inc S 18 04 will mean $25,000 000 worth of ec by expanding the oyez'age flock of. _ . . . 30, medium butcher hogs 1675 to Ann wnereas saia pe~tion was . V..~ ~ ;" . ' .. " . 7. onomic activity i'n the Easternsize from 26 to 50 sheep The t,eglsra~ure did exempt, 17.25; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 and family Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs Woodrow AdamS. aecompan, ied.by an accurate sur- Wn~Vr~'~i~eet2f ap~oav~lin~J2~sDni~ne Panhandle which we do not have."The Dean empi~asized that this however, tra nsfersgj" property val to 17.25; b.utcher s.ows.14.50 down Kackley, 4 children, Jay, Charlotte Little "Martha Lynn Ada~ v'y . ~ow)ng oy me~es ano ~ounos O^ad- *h ........ ,, ,,~ ~..,~_' ,,22 The Dean told the Field Day Dis expansfon is totally possible today uea at less man Slug. .heavy Ieeaers a, no lignt butcner Peggy and Millie of BerryviHet, s nending t~his week with her r~ze r~rri~ r ' "'~' . ~ ="~ w,m ~,,c ~c-~m ,,c . " ..... , h .... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and and aunt Mr and Mrs. I-I( . o y to oe emoraced w~th .~. ~,~ ...... ~^..~ e e. ........ ~. - itors that this $I0000 mdus.trv,through= the use. of a~-ricul,tural The state tax ~s la addition to ogs 1700 to 19.50, shoats per In L~ ..... v .~,,,~ ,,.,,~u ,.~ ,,~-au w i~u.~ lee~ ...... daughter Martha nieces, Nora and Samsell a.nd "two children ~ new boundary as follows to o . , ................. ~...would come to hfe if the agncul- know~how that is available to ~. federal property transfer tax. hundred 26:50 down, ,p~gs per Wl:: ," m;ri ;n2 heinterstiCes'nor rural resources of the eight-coun- Eastern Panhandle farmers. Such Tne leaeral ra~e is $1.10 per $1,- neaa ll.Za aown; neavy boars 9.00 Robin Magaha a,nd .their mother i Martinsburg A.na a.nereas, the .council pre- co,--- ,, .... e ~,,~,,,~,,d ~,,,~,,,~ ty area were fully utilized through progress is no longer a matter of 00~ .... to 10.00; stags none; sows and Mrs. John Magaha. ] Little Miss Susan Wall fs sen e " ~ ................ ...... s ~,~, .... ~., .... - Mrs. Howard Puckett and two last week at the home o o o t>ono Inme penaRy of r~'~: ........... . the use, of good farmm~o ,_nrac~ices~. ,sr~culatlon..~ or of .,,~sv ....... ~.~--,,s.o l~~ vne new tax aGes noc apply, a-pigs none, S~OCK ooazs 10.00 to Piye Hundre oau anu u. ~. ~ou,~e ~au . . ' " 1 children and Mr. and Mrs. Stella granduaren:ts Mr and Mrs. ( d and 00/100 ($500 " [mng other things to wills plop 500 ; '"thence with the center of U ~' and high-producing farm animals has been done and is being done _ . r ~ -- " T" _ ". :-';" .. . ..... ~ Puckett of Roanoke, Va. are spend les M'cDon.ald v~le her rn~ 00) Dollars to be furnished by the ~-^ ~ ~- ~ ........ " .:and farm crops ' i,n other areas and must be doneterry ~ranslers between nusoan0 m~sceHaneous ~.ams star~ 11 :uu voters with goodsecurity to pav_ ~v~ za-uu. (,w'ua#' lee~ to..a na~ Ho_.said ut.hat"the income' ~..flon ~...h~ l'r~ ....... Woct. ..... Vir~ini~....~. if" the States., and wife or between parent and a ......... m -Lives, took sales 1 "30 p m ing a few days at Vhe home of Mr. ]Mrs. Betty Ann Wall was in~ . , : : . . l~ marKinG me m~ersecuon o~ . . - ~child if no financial consider i each Monda and Mrs. Thomas Wiley. I lesion attending a meeting .thecosts of such election If a ma .~ ..... ,.. u .... ,, ~ ~^,.. ~eahzed from the following soul- farm famihes are to enjoy the t . . at on y. J .!y of the vote~ east are again ~an ~...~ ,~ ....... ^ ....... ~-~.~.. ces: kind of farm living that they ]is ],nvolvea ..... Mrs. Charles Adams. :Miss MarY l.banquet for the W. V,a. r, s~ tne ro s . ~=~ ,~,,, ,,~,,~,~-,, ,-,.~,,-= ~,,~,, ..... ~aagana and Mrs. Glen Magaha at [ Health Nurses Associa, tion. da andP po. ea change m boun- ce wire ....... me center oz jenerson'-" 1. Three mzlhon, dollars, from should have. IderedThe anAttrneYo ini General. has ren- .. .... tended a beautiful wedding Satur ................ . ry, ADen,,o ~ 4 '~ ~' o.~. e ..... ~. the 905 farms in the area that are Dean Kottman also explained to . p on stating that the H~II~ ~ ~#~hlr~ ~,~ ~ -.o ,, ~.=..=~, ~ ..,,- ....................... tax ages not annl" to a~=a~ .-,f ....,..,. v......u.~. . day afternoon in Leesburg at the Life is no more puzzlingt:. zo'a ,,,vv ~.u'"" ,~r^^* ~u* .... ~ .=." 1.,"" .,:- now Selling mUK, li.... l.ne neros on t'ne P'lelO t)ay VlSlOrs now lncreas, i - .. s ' ,-~-~,, ,-- Illlll ~1 . *h ........................... these farms are built up to a,n aT- ed farm income benefits all areas ]~rust. , =*. H a. ~ Episcopal Church. The marriage lthan death, but is has greatef~ ~ ~.~=...c ~,~ oc.~,.~u, r,v~ ......... . ~ iThe Sta,~ Tax Commissioner is i~,~ ~ ~=A,..,. oz Mrs. M,agana's niece Miss EHen [ ular support ', l ' . ' erage proouctlon per cow of ~,uuu o~ tne communlty...the businesses . " 0 I~ , ,, - ~huenCenJea~nga Jenff:r~e~wAeV~ ~de pounds of milk annually Instead and se,wices whose cqstomers are Ires nslble for enforcement of the " I ~ "| |~||-~ Jane Kohihoss to ,Mr. P~obert ............ Flynn. Reception following the __ _ ~.~.[(. t'- ~~ ~ ]'--,]" l~nd~ ~,~f ~:~n~ ,~ ~i~h~! ....... of the 4,000 pounds average per ~farm families. Fk)r each one dollar lacL . , ~ , ~a = | ~s~m,~/ ~['..'~ir /f')~ ~'~i'~8 )ee~'o'a'~'t~.~'(~)~n~tl~: cow production n6w realized of farm i:acome there is generaL- [o County Clerks must verify the bl0nlmum, Inan ceremony at the Goose Creek ] ~l~l]l~ll ~'~'~ ................. ' ........................ '- - ,zact that the pro,-er amount of ........... ~"I$"t= Country Club where about 400] ~l[.ll, l~/k~j] V'~ '! t| ~ ~. IJL ~| ~ ,~..- ^ x,r~,,~.. .~. ..... ,,~. ,,t~,,. z. l~'our mlJJlOn (lOllars Irom me eQ an average O! a aollar and a t . . . v , . ~ .......... ..... '. ..... ',,~ .......... r ' I a~4. ash. _~4FJ_ p operty ~rans,er stamps nas oeen l~"~k " ve'~ ~. ~|[f] S 20 15 W 2226 feet to a stat'e 4200 farms in t~he area that arelhalf in off-farm income Thus [ ._ Be ............. guest attended - -~"~' y"~~),:~--~-4~ [ ~19~,'" thence further with 'Wili~s- now milking cows, but from which , the $10000000, , realized from in: 'lamxedfore it istrecordeda transfer document be 27-28~."~eng~ ~ne,, ~ e 'noursWeeKenao~ me ~,armre-1 Junenight,MarthawithAdamsMr .andSpentMrs.SaturdaY]Garland I ~~._~,~4 ~/~ i no milk is sold by adding three creas d farm income would create - ' ~~%"~// S 66.55 E 615.8 feet to a stone ........ ] .... '~ ........ ~ The stam,~s are sold in the ~o'" Walks at Harpers Ferry Natmnal Heflebower Jr. and family While [ .~]J~.~N~ ~l[~'~c] w-- ~~ ~l ('~0) ........ " ....+~- .... cows anQ a l~DOr-savlng milking $1o uUU UUU in on-larm business i - ~ u,,. ......... .................. ~,, ..... ,,.o~,.=.~' ~,,~,,~ ...... . , .' ' - ..... ' )tv clerk's office i~v~onumen, c wlu oe cnangea H'om 'her mother attended a wedding in [ ~:/~j~#,w.~.--v-, - t~ t ~~r] ~k_'J with the lines of Jones' S-20-22 ~:s~e%i~: eaenn' trnoe~e iarms so ]maKing a to~al increase ,or^ [ne[ ~An estimated'60 80000 "ropert" 1:00 and 3"00 p m '~o 2'00 and Leesburg. ' , oe p QUCeQ proI- eastern pannanole OI ~ZD UUU UUU - , p ~v . " " ' ~~'~lL |~lll~ W 1173 feet to a stake (21) then- ,~.~.,,, qm.~ f,,.~, * .............. ' ' [transfers are recora~a ........ 4.00 p m, EDT Sapemntendent i ! ~" ~ ce throu'~h the lands of Jefferson ~ ' wo years ,orOll,LS i ln economic ao[,1vlty / ,~,~,,,,,v.~F ......... ' - " , , *. *v~*~, . ~..~*. **,~u ~ " ' " " ' I'U, IIK 1"1. ,~naerson announcea Eo- . ~~ Vwgmla m an average year. DO Y0U "~'*~~"--*~ ~ County Board of Edue~t, on. and . . [ The Law requires the person re- day: The walks, conducted by _ rtale r~ ~=i~ w ~uo :ee:t to a specml occasions " I I~ Itl ~ II P Icordin- the "ro"ert-- *"~nsft~r Ca ParK-i~a, mralist Orville Crowder ~|~1~ ~ stake (22 in the center hne of Born m Ba'l'tlmore, Md. of a fam I r ~ [1 1 r ]declare its value Stam,~s in .that are apprommately of oar houz"s ,..,,.,....v,,..~ ...,,.,~ an alley; thence with the center ily whose paternal ancestors came [ w =- ~ m m [amount ~'r~ t.h@n rmr~~d ~nrl duration. -- L .... |..~ of said Alley N 20-15 E 1068.3 feet to Maryland from Switzerland in [ By Mrs. Lena Ambrose [affixed~tot.he'ciocul~e, nt ........ The pace is leisurely, and .the . U UUI~IU! ~ to a stake (23) in cenCer line of t'he 1700's, Mr. Hering has been[ -------- " | -~wr~ ~r~.~ ~,~ ..... n,~aroute covers the level trail on Vir _ . _ said alley; thence leaving alley active in musical work since child [ Mr and Mrs Harry Rantv and loud'in~ t~he le~i'sl~ati've a~ct~ t~ co'ver ginia Is,land in t;he Shenandowh " ' ~ h .......... " " ~" Ri ' " ' frmnd and rummng on a hne between the, GOd He was a choirboy at Saint [son of Martinsbur~ visitad M'r~ [cuses in which f~1. rl~ol~v~tln~ ver, a former lndusrtrlal village lands of Ramey and Obt N 69-45 Peter s Protestant Episcopal Ohur liMa,rail* Mr.qntin ~Hnd~v [nr~ n)~a now m t.he last stage of obliter- W 240 feet to a nail (24) in theoh Bal,timore ~n ~hiCh church he I -=. .... ":-." .... =.--7:"- ,, ["-~,l~'l~o~u-h th .... albion ,by Nature Ruins of old mills ,: Bur lars Joy iam - ' ' . , ~Mr ana mrs ~avlo oa eDy a,na g' e onense is classi- ' ' g e d onds.,, center hne of Jefferson Ave.; then receivedconflrma~tmn.He has [- _.'. = .. - ? ... - [fi,~ ..... ,o,~ ........ ~. ...... vcater tunnels and dams s~how~ and any~therjewe|rythey`cewit~ht`hecen'ter~fJeffersonbeen~rg~.n`istandch~irdirect~`[?:~t~nn~er~+~pe~n~v~n?ay`~'n+~v~asn[s``pecifa)~es~th~t`~;~n=~`~ic~]~n~hereand.~ei.ea'm~g~`heheavyf h "~'~"" ~tr~" ' *'~' ~ ~ ''~ ~''~''O" v KNOW can Get their hands ,~n r~n', Ave. N 20-15 E 92 feet to a nail o 0 ux~hes of many religious de I r ' " [~e~a ........ ho e..~a .... .^ ~, a.~egetation, but ~bird and plant life i =' ...... ( ) - " .... Vincent Ave of Martlnsbur .......... ~ .,~ .,,,~,~ uv ~v o~ ,mu ...... 25 in the center of Jeffmson nominahons in Bal,tlmore and m [ Y ' ~ g |or m~.. ho ~.~...~ .... a r^. '..~ has ,taken over the area The Na,t lake cnances wnn yours i. ffe~son New Orleans Lomslan spent several days wi,th M~ and lonal Park S i .... " Ave" bhence leav'ng Je ", =,, ' ," a. [ ": " /more *~l~o~f,,,~''~'~'~ ............. erv'ce is now engaged ;::t~;t lY:uU;Se~[ with. our AwVee a~hd rlun~l:gf aHlo nmgda~2e be boHe ~e:e:ve~athe daplom: of Pea-]'M~e Mea~or~ oB;ened:n nd faro ly. | The weight of the sen,tence is ~n:enV~!~ping. a..c~mblned history 'e y a ce t'OliCy. It n ~ e a o a ~ ana y 'to y oz _Music an I tleft to the ais--'~+;^~- -- +~,^ ~^,,--* ' e ~rall Ior me Islana, overs t,... oo, eotal lo . Brokaw 69-45 W 185 fee to a 1906 and fellow's certificate of, . le Sch l rc ll West stressing relation of plant ond r.v,~;~,, .i; ...........stake (26) on the line of Lang-the American Guild of Organists ]Met odist C u " J " [nro.~=rt., transfor ~o-. --.~..~ *^ +~-- animal life r.o t, he works of man. "": ............ al'q~'~atan*'~" ' ' enln a~t9 a m An of the " "~ s ~ v=^ v,,u= vu ~.c , . .... don; t~he,nce with the hne of Lan :in 1914. He was head of the musrc top ,g " ' Y ' [new hip ~ot.~,~ o~+ It is expected ~hat th~s trail, an~ other nazaras, gdon N 20-15 E 263.3 feet to a depaN~ment of Maryland College [childrenin the neig~brhood are[ in "l~5~."'~owever~" the Le~s which will be of the "self-guiding" .~ Call us for more inform.~ti~n stake (27) on the south line of an Por Women, ,a,t Lutrhezwille. Md., [welcome to a~tend. [latur- did'n~ ~ hil'l :,,tq,,-~,-i~e~ type. will be ready late this sum- ........... alley thence crossing said alley teaching organ, p~ano, chonas I Miss Joyce Gageby spen,t Wed-[count'v-~a'~.~'~'~('.~:.;.~7,2",~"~k"~,~" mer. ' HOW MUCH YOUR CAR and finning along the norVh line. and theore~,ica,l subjects. I nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ken-/pose "a prope,-ty" transfer'tax not Nature walks a~ Harpers Ferry of said alley S 71-43 W 220.00. feet rFr 16 sYears he engaged, in gen I not~h BuSh and son near the Ore/exceed~nvo ~2..~9n ~-~-'~" ~~nn "='"~"""'" haveWere inaugurated laxt. . month and ~'~'T-0 to a stake (28) thence run,nmg a e al and .pecial dally and Sunday IBank. [with th~ f.na~ ~ 1. ..... a f,,, ' attracted partmlpan~s fn)m "'~'~: ~'~Yll~.~ long the east side of Mornson St. newspaper work m Baltimore, [ Mrs. Mary Jo,nes and son of Gar [school m~r .... many states, as well as local peG- ' :WORTH ON A NEW Deso :~i! ..... " r e- ....... ~f/', ~...~U~m~-~ N 21-50 E 5329 .... feet to a stakeworktng do,able wlt'h his music In ]rSttswlle, Md. vlsrted her aun~t [ That act .......... w~ a~,~o,~u uncon- pie who wl~h to know more about. " . ' i" ~[.~-~"~'~ \~ (29) an original corner of Charles 1934 he became director of club ['Mrs. Mature Martin Monday. [stitutional hv t.h~ ~t~.t~ ~i,..... t~.e birds trees and flowers of the ~fSJ~t==.~-t~,= Town; thence wi,h the originalhouse conce~ts at Maryland Cas-[ ,Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ktdwiler|court -" " ......... ....... ~ ~l[ ~ |O'~~ i~ Ill- lines Of;~ Town N 17-36 W ualty audio~ium con,t4nui,n,g so Iwent on their -acation las,t week.) " k 2 .... ~VIII::" ' *~ " ~ ~2~ i~ .... .~, -~\~"~. ~ ~.~, ]~ 750 fee~,~T"P'2-24 E 870 feet; N for 16 years, l~n 1906 he was teach [They went from here over the : .... r~ ..-~.V..,~'jr 17-36 W 3650 feet to the point of er of organ and organ recitalist ISky Line Drive, then on to Rich-:, II e in and S e F. ~Ya~.~/~, be~inmng." a't Woman's College (now Hood Imond and came back 'by Bal,ti- , kdAl lgLml' .I m.,, " ~--~)mr'~- Co~n*ainin~ 308 5 acres College) Frederick Md. He substit I more and stopped to visit with : Im~KIrl Kr'P! IlK1 -'~~ "+ . '~ ":. ~ . . . pted ulx)n occasion for hisr own[,M.ar nd Mrs. Howard Gag yeb ...... ;I'll$~llllll~llm | Illl~ll Vlllll !l ~at 1-That vne oramance aaop~ea h r , ~ ~..,~ 9~ ~9~o ~o o,~a +~,o ~omo~ mony teacher a,t Peabody Con iFestival June 26 ~ I A..I " .......... "~ "" ........ serv r ' th fes i" ' ' m d arc y and for another har- D~n,t ~forget to avtJtend e " ~ The L I ~W~#~$~[~g tJ~ ~ s hereby, repealed and a ende. mony teacher and was. on the har ,]tiDal here on ........ the church lawnu ge~ Livestock- quot~tmnSsalesO~ Theft Bluecharlesmd 05 ---- A T .... .... Hartford Fir , ~ __2-Thwt an election be held ~.n mc,ny teaching staff of its pz'epara [ Priday nigh, aune zo. rnere w,~, 'Trown .... " ...... )- ........ o ....Tlv ~ erie. ma,yors on}ee ~or ~ne quail- tory depart:ment during World [be plen,ty of good eats. So you' .~____,~onaay, du~ne zz. 1969: _ ~A~ auautau~.~ wv~*,a*.* ~ ~ flea vocers o/" me wily of t;nar-. ..W~r .............. T ~@ i~ n n~t flown nf f"h~,.S 'w-..u,. '* h~..~ ...ot~ ~.~.,~...-.~- .... o~ hom~ ~ x~celp[,S. OZ cows, CWlVeS, lam:os ~| ................ eavy Wl~bh a good d(~mrand for all IHUUI :: Its Town and for the quahfled ~ sr /! WALL SERVICE STAIlO~ I [ . .7 ..... peake chapter of the American [The tables will be ready to e ve ttle l ~ " " " ~_ ......... '_ .....~i.ti~h~l:u~id2~bt~ii~i~:~il~i:e~i dGU:ld :/ vOd:alio~meand:rylP:dt ]~t 6~3n0 DSurT. Error ,Due, minus; c lves =.hogs. ' .~.~.~.~,,-~ = ~-,~,~.,T~T,r~r..,V ' . ' chapter of ~he g u.ild. . Miss Worrene ~ageby spen~t sev iH~, I"ITT~ Jl~t~'l~'l~l;~U_~ mgh SchOol.in the eastern sub- Retired in part from regular leral days last weqk with her aun FORT DRIVE IN 'PHONE:404 CHARLLES TOWN, m TT T~ A rp 1-) l~ uros of Charms Town or~ oune 30, professional work, Mr. Hering con [ Mrs. Mary Engle ht Reedson, Miss ,, ~ " I~ ---- " ~J~ eI 1 I1_ ~ 2"~ 1 h h 1959 between the nours oz seventAnues to teach and play; and he I Ida Mary Butler also visited her un Koute 340---2 Miles West %ltllFIf = OUARLES T WN xxr vA o'c!ock (7:00) a. m. and seven plans to resurme wri,ting and corn-IgrandmoCher Mrs. Engle. I am of Harpers Ferry, W. Va' ~W~IIII ; .... ::, " , , '~ ',. ~Ja v , vv, v 0 CloCko That(7:council00 p m ) (DST) sin tha v " " '~ "frame five (5)po,,.g : ~t ha e been SOmewhat[sorry Chert was a mistake mude ...... . . ^. p ,,. - q L in abeyance in recent years-"if lin the colnmn last week regarding ,~ri~ ,~ , ' !~ ~-- ~ ~l~. ~[ -- -- -- Jli-- 4 r !" l u#" ~y_taunee ,aturaay 'uu _. :~. qualified voters in the corporate ever I have any time from admir ['Mrs. Engle. Her .n.ame was .listed 1~ ray umy June zo AOV0[ilT Matinee unaay ;~ 00 [~ M limits of Charles Town to serveing the landscape" he sa-s 'as Mrs Mar Co le which was a "-- "- : . ' . " (') .... , y I . Y g - GIANT SPOOK - A - THON Night 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. as e.lec~on 9mcials andflve ~ " ~ ibig mis.ta.ke and we are sorry it FOUR THRILLING I~1 ,. quatlTlefl voers wlNl,ln me ~ern- ~ , hwppened th'at way(please par , Chddren 2oc - Adults 50c to" sought to be chan~ed to serve Trooper Durst "[ ransferred[ . , , , CHILLERS-- ,~ ' s . - I don). "TARGET EARTH" /ItwU as elecbion officer in s@id territory. To South Charleston Post I ~Mrs. Bessie Gageby and daugh- with Riclmrd Denning 4 That the ball(~ts cast on such sda w ~sses Thuursday and Friday - . " [ter spent Thur y ith M'. , ..............,, Im r. , questionsshallhave writtenoz S~ " """ 2a 26 ," " ' ' t~te Trooper J. E. Durst ~rho I Maude and Anna Harrison In San 1"1][~ t,I t.A.A~lt'~ II~l~l " ' : ..... ioned in Charles Town for ] dv Hook It was a Monster---Yet it II.lll ou=.: ~ printed on them the words was stat T'~i'~T:'I~tT ~ A~rlPI~ ~T4[ll~.'t ~ F~)R CHANGE OF ~everal years before going to the [ "Mr. and Mrs. l~aymond Pr,aiser was a Man!! , ~ ~.J CORPORATE LIMITo ~taCe Police Pos,t in Berkeley [of Ranson visited h~s parents Mr.N0I "]:HIS EARTH k4 , ~[*~~~ r--'I AGAINST CHANGE OF Sorings, has been transferred land Mrs. JOb,n Praiser Sunday. with Paul Birch r~iv Uia~JU~|}~~~|[][~,~ ~ I ~ATE LI~IT~ from tJhe Morgan coun~ty post to ]Mr. Henson Sick . ,,r~a):ou~D ~ ,1~ _ |~~i:|~ . , , duty in Sou~,h Oharleson. I We are sorry to note ,that Mr. ~,~ ~"~~'~e~ 5=That. notice o: sucn. e.!ection Replacing Durs.t in Berkeley [Robert Henson is sick a~t his home DR. JEKYLL" .~- [~ ~"~:~iA|~|::] 'be pu.blisnea once a week in the ~prings will be Trooper Willia~/Mr. Henson has been unable to with John Agar ~,)UU~ Splint of Jenerson u~armers Advoc Wood of Charlesto I~ l~t~i~!il|iiL ' " "o ". . ' ,: ru / et around for some Lime. C.W. WARNING..-This Show i~ .... .u~ I~l~~ a~ce a newspaper o~ general clrcul ~ll'~b~'~b, "" ' ..... ~F f -, . ~ " ]W;h~mer being so sick and hos- for people with a weak heart' t. auon wilton me L: ,~y o cnarles When advertisln somethin ~s~ REX REASON.NANCY GATES ~ "[ .... ' _. _ g g to ]pi~,alized again in ,the Kings Dau .... "" IIJAtui/ ....... i-,, ,,~ ..... Town ana,.me.~erm~ory, snug t ~o~ sell never both~ er to tell the cus-Ighters in Mar~insbu:rg. Saturday Only, June 27 I~I~W rt~uc~-- be 0hm~gea m ~wo (2) issues there tomer how good you are-tell him I