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........................ first meeting were then read by r Grove and son Gregory of Charle~ Harry C. Frazier and cousins, Mr. LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND iVlrs. Light. The club was organ-'Town, and Mrs. Stuart Crim. Upon their ~izecI at lhe home of Mrs. Raymond i Mrs. George Crim and her son return they were accompanied by SU~ M~I lflIHTv=--= Boyer in January, 1961 with ten Mr. Richard Crim returned home Miss Edith Frazier of Tarpon charter members, five of whom on Friday night from New York Springs, Florida who had been were present for the celebration. City where they had spent the visiting at "Monte View" for the By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-03 The club's first officers wereMrs, past few days in sightseeing and past three weeks and who plans to James It. S~lyder, elected th(. tern I in attending several of the Broad- visit at their home before going ............ porary president and Miss Shirley way theatre productions. Enroute to Ohio to visit with relatives dur Club Celebrates Annive~ary cora'iions and favors were used to Macoughtry elected as temporary home they visited overnight in ing the summer months. In celebralion of the t(nth'an-- carry out the theme. Following secretary. Mrs. Light also gave a!Atlantic City, N. J. On Sunday if-i Mi.~s Mabel Drish, her niece, niversary of the organization of dinner, the club president Mrs. brief re,view of the first year of ternoon the latter left to return to Miss Tana Barren of Charles the Summit Point Farm Women's Robert Light, inlroduced the past the club s existence, listing addit- Chillicothe, Ohio where he is as- Town and Mr. Allen Whirley ~vis- Club, fifteen of it's members and five presidents who were present tonal members as they joined sociated with the Meade Paper fled on Saturday afternoon with two guests gathered at Scollay and Mrs. tlohnes White qf Middle with the oriignal group. Mrs. Jen- Company. Mr. and Mrs. George Coyle at Hall in Middleway on Monday ev way who had been present at the nings W. ltobson of Leesburg, Va. Mrs. John Marshall returned their home near Warrenton, Va. ening of last week to celebrate club's first meeting to explain the on of the charter members and a home recently from Martinsburg W. S. C. S. Meeting lhe occasion wilh a dirmer party. Farm Women's Club program to past president and Mrs. White W. Va. where she had spent sever "l~he Women's Society of Christ- Being the "tin" anniversary, de- the group. The minutes of the were the guests present for the al days visiting at the home of her ian Service will meet at 8:00 occasion. The evenings festivities brother-in-law and sister Mr. and o'clock DST on Wednesday even- ~Y*,r~-,,~r~,~,~4~',r,~,,~1",s',,~,f~',~r~,~r~*~~~~~ were concluded with a game base Mrs. Milton Custer. ing July 5th at the home of Mrs. on the word "tin" and in whichMr. William O. Macoughtry III Wallace Snyder. tin prizes were awarded. In addit ion :o the guests those present who had spent a two weeks vacat- New Minister For were Mesdames Kate Grace~,, A1- ion visiting with his parents Mr. Jefferson Circuit exander Dunlop, James Snyder, and Mrs. W. O. Macougbtry is lear Edward L. Blake, John Laycock, ing on Wednesday of this week to The Reverend and Mrs. Charles Robert Light, Wallace Sny4er, i return to Antigua in the Lesser Reckley moved on Wednesda~ of your ow~,~..~ Marshall Jenkins, Melvin Davey, Antilles where he is associated laStin PawWeekpaw,frmw.theirva, formerto the Meth-hme Geor~.e Crim, Robert Hardesty, Ar with the R. C. A. Satellite Track- odist Parsonage, the forn~ei" hold- thur Kerr, ,Jack Kincheloe, Stuart ing Station. ing his first service in the Meth- Crim and Miss Shirley Macaugh- To Hold Picnic Sunday odist Church on Sunday morning. try. - The Sunday School of the Me- The Reverend and Mrs. Safhuel Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kershner thodist Church will hold it's an- Butcher and their children Cyn- and their son Mr. Frank Kershner nual picnic at the Jefferson Coun thia and Timothy had moved from Jr. of IIouston, Texas are guests ty Memorial Park on Sunday, July the parsonage on June 15th going at the home of the latter's father, 2nd. The picnic will be held in from here to a new charge in Mor Mr. A. L. Withers and of her bro- the pavillion which will be avail- gantown, W. Va. ~~ ther-in-law and sister Mr. and able to the group at I1:00 o'clock Miss Bonnie Orndorff is visiting Mrs. Julian Glasscock. EST. with her grandmother Mrs. Gee- Mr .and Mrs. David Rowland ofMr .and Mrs. Charles Shull and rge Taylor at her home in Win- Winchester, Va. and the litter's their small son Scotty of Berry- chester, Va. Modernizing your home doesn't cost ... it pays! By improving your home you increase its value and your comfort!. Visit our handy showroom this week for HOME IMPROVEMENT IDEAS, PLANS and MATERIALS. We Offer A Complete Home Im- provement Service. 549 CHAIn_E_5 TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA I ant evening. Mrs. Marie Lancaster of Win- chester, Va. was a recenl, visitor at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Don- old Glassford and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe had visiting with them on Satur- day evening Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anders of Washington, D. C. SHACKLEFORD REUNION WILL BE HELD JULY 2 The Shackleford 4th reunion will be held on July 2 at 12:00 noon. Picnic lunch and games, prizes, free drinks at municipal park on Frederick St. in Hagers- town, Md. ! SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 6--E THURSDAY, "America Is A Better America-Thanks To "A Constant 'Best Seller'--American t II DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES 'EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED Ho~ws:-~9:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thur~i~ "OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Only, Phone "/86 112 S. Charles St. Chaxles Town, W. With 8 Evenflo nursers ineluded. Keeps Baby's needa together, stores in refrigerator. 12 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER I# CU. FT, ii '1~ EE and every inch of it is Custom Tai- lored Cold i STORES FROZEN FOO0 in the Zero Zone ffOeZ~' .l HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. WED. - THURS. - FRIDAY JUNE 28- 2 - 30 -- DOUBLE F E. :T 15.R E --- JULY FEATURE parents Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ben. son of Morgantown, W. Va. visited on Tuesday evening of lhst week with the former's mother, Mrs. Clifford Rowland and grand- mother Mrs. Bonn W. Crim. Mrs. Lee A],len Drish returned home last we~k from Fort Ben- 'ning, Ga. where she had spent the past:, two weks visiting with her husband who is stationed there with the United States Army. Visitors on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove were the latters brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. An thony Aguiar, their daughter, Mrs. George Dunn and her son Jeffrey all of Baltimore, Md. and their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove arid sons Richard and Larry of Leetown. AI so visiting at the Grove home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. David I Illl I AND ...... FOR YOUR on our GIANT SCREEN --AND OTHER @ GREA'rEbT IN WIDE SCREEN EASTMAN'COLOR F RTY ROBBINS INNIE PEARL ERNEST TUBB RAY PRICE RON YOUNG SATURDAY ONLY --TRIPLE au~.~ ih*. UI~T[D m] ARTLSlS s~rrt'n~ MAMIE DOREN COOGAN! 1 Jt Call 424 Edward Magaha NORTH GEORGE STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (Free Estimates Cheerfully Given. Just Call Us.) I , 2 SUNDAY ONLY - JULY -- DOUBLE FEATURE --- in Color and Cinemascope RING CROSLEY -- DEBBIE REYNOLDS PLUS---WALT DISNEY'S || F! MON. - TUES. WED. -- NO INCREASE SONOTONE With the @ 0 SOVEREIGN Our First Eyeglass HearingAid with all these better hearing benefits: Natural Telephone Listening Normal Listening Zones Cald Weather Power Automatic Volume Control Straight Line Sound Conduction Binaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour Comfort Color Choice New Clarity IN JULY 3 - 4 - 5 ADMISSIONS ! -- AN OUTSTANDING WESTERN---With AUDIE MURPHY DON'T MISS THIS GREAT PROGRAM! If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" may solve your hearing problem. SONOTONE SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street . Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 ville, Va. visited on Saturday at Visitors on Sunday at the home the home of the formers mother of Mrs. Bonn W. Crim were her Mrs. Thomas Shull and her ram- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ily. Mrs. Howard Huff of Charles Mrs. Jennings W. Hobson and Town, her brother-in.law Mr. J. her daughter Nell of Leesburg, Karl Grubb and Mrs. Daisy Marks Va. were overnight guests on Mon of Bolivar. day at the home of Mrs. Robert Entertains Students Mrs. James H. Snyder, Mrs. Her bert Gibbs, Mrs." Jamison and Miss Macoughtry and her daughter Miss Shirley Macoughtry. Mr .and Mrs. Thomas Strohm of Tyrone, Pa. spent Sunday visit. ing with the formev's aunt Mrs. COMMISSIONERS' SALE REAL ESTATE IN MIDDLEWAY Pursuant to Decree of the Cir- cuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, entered on the 14th day of June, 1961, in a pro- ceeding therein pending entitled J. Russell FrRts, 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, Jefferson 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 Mai~ Street in the southern portion of the town of Middleway in Jefferson Patterson, members of the faculty of the Harpers Ferry High School entertained the students of the Junior.and Senior classes at a pic nic supper held on Saturday even ing at "East Shenstone" the home of Mrs. Snyder. More than forty young people were on hand to en- joy a delicious picnic and a pleas HOMEOWNERS! DON'T STICK YOUR NECK OUT! You can never be com- pletely safe from the many hazards that threaten your home. But why " "stick your nesk out" with in- adequate insurance? Be sure you have ~tna Cas- ualty's modern Home- owners policy covering fire, theft, personal lia- bility and many other Perils. See us today. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 dl I'm e file IIInllllll m. iiilii ! Shelf iiiil ., i. c,i Exclusive Dair ii~ !:: ~ * Butter Keeper, i!ili!i Chee~ Keeper PHONE COMPLETE APPLIANCE STORE l 403 CHARLES TOWN, W. ! PONY DIVISION.. , THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1961 LIST OF CLASSES, PRIZES AND ENTRY FEES. Class mad Number To Be Filled In On Entry Form, ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961. NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITH ENTITY FEES. I I County, West Virginia; improved CLASS NO; 1 by a substantially completed Pony Mare xnd l~k~al, not exceed- dwelling house there on, which tng 50. ln Cl~eS,. ~ ,be Judged to- said lot adjoins the lands of the get, her. ShoWn,,~.'to ,h~ter: Open Heirs of" T. M. McCoughtry, John M. Nicely and Moses Baylor and was the same parcel of real estate conveyed t,o 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 Court. 1st, 2nd. 3rd. 4th.Entry Fee $25 $15 $10 $.300 Only to, Jefferson County Breed- ors. ....... . .... ................ $50 - . CLASS NO. Pony M~re and ~'~1, o.ot ex~ed- io~g. ~0 inches. Open. To be judged toget~eF. Shx~vn to i~a~ter -- CLASS NO. 3 $50 $25 $15 $10 $.300 REGISTERED QUARTER AND THOROUGHBRED FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1961 LIST OF CLASSES, PRIZES AND ENTRY FEF~ Class and Number To Be Filled In On Enh, y ENTRIES CLOSE" SATURDAY, JULY 8. 196L: NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED UNLESS WITH ENTRY FEES. $10 REGISTERED QUARTER CLASS NO. 11 1st. 2nil. 3rd. l~re a~nd ~-aoal ,to be judged t:o- gether. 8~'lown ,to HaYmr ...... $50 $25 $15 CLASS NO. 12 .... Ye~rlin,gs Suitable tb bec~n~e 'stock horses. Ex'~nded ~reedi~ag to ty, West Virginia, in Deed Book Yoaxltng l~thes 42 ixwhes axed accompany entry ................ $50 $25 $15 $10 "M", page 380, to which deed under. CLASS NO. 13 and the references therein con- ......................... $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 rained reference is made fob a ..... CI~ASS NO. 4 Stallion Class :--Three years old or over. Sh~,n in he, rid. Judged more complete and particular de.Ye~rli,p.g Po~es, over 42 l, nChes' oa Cg~'orma~lon Svnd way of scription of said lot; and being o~nd "~ot exceeding 46 iviv2~es... $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 " ......... .......... R~n mo~rng Ribbon l~i~bol~ also the same lot conveyed to H. CLSAS NO. 5 H. Jennings by Ben Thornton, et 7-- ux, et al, by deed dated AugustPo~eson*leadre~. To e dd,n T ,~-H R DS~ ~: 22, 1947, recorded in said Clerk's by ~.ildren ~mt exceeding 4 years V B E Office in Deed Book 169, page 33'1 of ~ge. Judged on suttabiUty as a ~egJnners moun~. Mariners CLASS NO. 14 to which reference is made; and and Llnd~ess 90%, Cov~orm~.tlon Thoroughbred Foal of 1961 .... $50 $25 $15 $10 being also part of the land devis10%. Ro~es should be a~le to ed to the said Louise L. Jenningsstax~d xeazllly withottt 'being con- by H. H. Jennings by his will, dated November 29, 1958, duly ad mitted ~o 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 als0 the same proper ty in which Louise L. Jennings conveyed her interest to the un- dersigned by deed dated June 15, 1961 of record in said Clerk's Office. As part of said real estate the undersigned will sell an electric pump located in said dwelling. TERMS OF SALE: One third cash on date of sale, 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, of with option topurchaser 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: ~rolled by leader ............... $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 6 *Ponies under sad ,die. Foy 'la0~ies not exceeding 46 ,i~cl]es. To ~Ik. trot. ,and ca~,ter. M~rmers, I~ind- ness ~nd sui~blltty 76%. Corffor- mation 25%. Childxen x~d~o.g 1,n the lead ~'ein classes No. 5 and ?, not, ellg~ble ~or ~ class... CLASS NO. 15 Thoroughbred ~a-oodxaures. To be Judged ~s poten~l prodctcers of horses of excol.len~ von.foxma- ~Aon. 3~oals muy ,be at6 side but wifl ~ be considered, Cer~f4c~te from owner or Cgen~ of ~tall~on th~ mares w,hich l~ve ~ever produced ih~ve 'been ~rope~ly bred $50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 dttrirtg the season of 1961, must ~ccompax~y ex~xy ................ $50 $25 $25 $15 $10 $3.00, CLASS NO. 7 Ponies on .lead xel~, for children over 4 yeaz's of age a~d not ex- oeedlng 8-yeaxs of age, to be Ju~ged on sui~bl,li~y as ~ begin- nets mot~t. Menders ~nd Kind- neas 90%, Conformation I0%. Pordes should be ~ble $o stand readlly without being controlled by ~eader ....................... ~50 $25 $15 $10 $3.00 CLASS NO. 8 Ponies U~der Saddle. leer Ponies ov~v 46 ii~ch~s az~cl not exr.eedi,,n,g 50 l~ches, o be ridden ,by boys or gii, ls not over 16-years of ~ge. W~lk, 2~rot, and Cae~r. M~n- nets axed w~y of g~[ng 75%; Cordovmation 25% .............. $50 CI~SS NO. 9 Roadster Pony~n in bar- $3.00 ness, not exceedSng 46 incheS, to be driven ,b~ child 16-years ~nd under ........................... $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. I0 Pony Champlonship:--The Cl~m- pion ~nd Resevve Title shall be ~waxded to ,Ponies l~t~qng v.cquired ~_he highest ~umber of points for ribbons won .................... Cl~mplonship ~nd Reserve Cha~npionshlp Ribbons NO POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED. CLASS NO. 16 Thoroughbred Ye~cli~g l~illY .... NOTE:--To be j,udged us l~ti~l- duals, on B~l~r~e, Quality, @on- formation, ~ndrmss. @rid .WaY of Going. $200 CLASS NO. 1T Thoroughbred Yeaxllflg Co~ or Geldixtg ......................... $200 (,Same Rttles as Class 16) ! $15 $10:- $85 $25 $10 $85 $25 $10 CLASS NO. 18 Thoroughbred 2-Year Olds in T~a~nmg for fl:s~t r~i,ng ......... $200 $85 $25 $10 CLASS NO. 19 Success Class:-~or Yearling Colts, Fillies or Oeldings. To be Judged as the most likely to succeed on the Race Track. Extended breed- ing ~o accompa*ny entries ....... $200 $B5 $25 and Trophy CLASS NO. 20 Thoroughbred Clutmpionship :-- The Ch~m, pion ~nd Reserve Ti'ble shall be ~w,arded to .~horoug, h- breds l~avlng ~cqu~ced ~-e hi~'h- est ~number of points for rit~m~s won. Chaml~onship ~nd Reserve ChaXnl~einsttiP NO POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED. I m For All Information, Entry Blanks, Details, 'Etc., Write 'to C. M. B. Secretary, .Charles Town, W, Va., or Telephone 980-W, Charles Town, W. I, W. M. Jones, Clerk of said Circuit Court of Jefferson County hereby certify that Frederick O. Byrer, Special Commissioner, has executed bond with approved se- curity before me, conditioned ac- cording to laW as required by said decree. W. M. JONES June 22-3t-