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! r ,r , was the weekend guest.of his par [ of Cumberland, Md. were the [ SaturdaY. He worked at the stat- U2|nr Dlnn [ R|d Aw2rdad F^e Id2eanvu I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE !: n I ents Mr .and Mrs. Melvin Gift and t guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. ion here a few years ago. ]l,lujvi el lieu ~,. lUlI~ UlU IWSUlUlI~U /Vi I'IU,)VlII3 [ T][-IITR~llAV IIT|.V $I 1Ctal ff , -- , " . ! daughters and grandparents Mr. Houser last week for a few days The Junction Ruritan Club will ' .... [ ....... o--. [ ........... , ..... , .... --.--.---. d ---o ~largaret tlouser and Mrs. Walter Hoffmaster. being called here due to the death hold a Square Dance at the Cam- rflml~|p~p ~llllr(p ~ I WNrif ~n FNIIr ~lll|dlnfl [ .............. ! ML- ~yue'~ "~ - ~ug.erLy~ .... ~-'" ,~ n~c~ ...... I of their brother John Shirle-~ of munitv. ~ Center Fridav~, Julv~ 7 ~ vv"F'"'*" v,~,,o,, n. I v,,, vn ~vu, ,w,u.n~l~, ! marine wartare exercises wltn the. I cn parsonage. . tuna, ii was announ. Mrs. Fred Wabler of town, Md was Sunday guest of Cumberland. Mr. Shirley was vis- from 9:30 to 12:30. Admission .75c ~. ,, ,~ ,, [, n ~ p, , ]Task Force enroute:for the train-Iced this week: On sale will be g, Mrs. Clod Whitting- M,' and .~qrs Charlie Dau-hertv it ng Mr and Mrs John Perry in children under 10 free Music will Army ~T~Tr ~,o]|eoe [ |fl ~rne~ rerrv ~rK [lng_ m the tuture oHmers..~ I caKes, soft ~rlnKS. coH ee, nam iod Mr and Mrs Bob- " ..... ", [ lq~roer~ "Ferry when ~tricken be furnished bv Harry Barbour I ~ ~ [ r" ~ [ TaSK ~roup ~ravo is me l~avy's [ sanawicnes, mexicans, not clogs and daughter of Knox-faM~i.~and ~MlrSeCharlneS*v s,E~n(n'~ ]--~-I~-.--an~l-Mrs."l~dgar--M-ii-ls--and. Refreshments w~ill be sold, [ Fort Leavenworth, Ken. (AH-] Acting Superintendent Hei'bert [team of submarine killers. It is [chicken" salad. The public" ,s" Tel- Mr. and Mrs. Charles , nda, -uests of his mother Mrs I daughters and Mrs. Anna Mary A large crowd of friends attend ] TNC)-Army Maj. Alfred C. Ring, !H. Kissling announced today that [cmpsea ot an a!rcraft carrier,] come. rtinsburg were Sunday ~'~ ~' .......... , .... " I Hetzel motored to Washington, D. ed the funeral services for Mr. 1 34, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. [William B. Shreve, Adamstown, [uestryers' .anu'' .car- [ ~------ Mrs. Annie Loudan and ~.u~H, ~,,, a,~, ~.~,~,~. I C. on Saturday and visited Mrs. Grover Leith which were held last [ Ring, Route 3, Martinsburg, W [ Maryland was awarded the bid for [rmr-o.asea. mrcraft ana neucopters. [ . I I I I I Its. Harold Harding and ~ .Mr. and Mr~ Kaipn Holmes and I W. S. Geary and family and Mr.i Tuesday from the home. There [ Va., completed the regular course [ the masonry stabilization of four [, While in the Mediterranean, the [ il. ~Hss ~taitn t~eary . m unarms i and Mrs. G. W. Emmart. [ were many beautiful floral tri- ] at the U. S. Army Command and [ historic buildings at Harpers Fer- ['l'asK tiroup will tram tar mn.g I T H E ~rold Harding, Mrs. An- ] Town were ~aturaay e venmg ] Raleigh Moler, George Kidwiler ] butes. ] General Staff College, Fort Lear ] ry National Monument.]perioas to acnmve n aax,mum e,n- [ ~m'accompanied by Mrs. guests ot .vtr .anu mrs. tmanm land Bud Cogle who have employ-[ Airman Billy Wisham of Greens lenworth, Kan. June 16. [ The stabilization of the build-lciency and. to.oevelop .new con.[ UI:|~IU T CTDIIII:D ~r of Martinsburg mot- Daugnerty. ment in Baltimore, Md. have been bard, N. C. was called here by tile The class of 666 U S officers ings is in conjunction with the[.cepts ann tacucs,,oI anu.-s.uoma.r-[ IViLIh/III /o J/lllVIhll I~Vo illiddletown, Md. on Sat- I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson I laid off for a short while. I death of his grandfather Mr. Gro- I and 84 officers from 4"3 allied nat- I MISSION 66 program of the Nat- I .mewa.rtare. ~t win. a~so visit ports [ ~ht andvisited Mrs. Loud I and sons of Harpers Ferry were ~ ver Leith. ions were addressed by General tonal Park Serviee-a ten year im- Im ~pam, Italy anu trance. I C 0 L O N I A L :n~. Mr. William Hoffmas Sunday evening guests of her par CUI:UAUI AU Lyman L Lemnitzer, Chairman of provement and development pro-[ * [ is a patient in a rest [ ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson [ ~}||L|~[|~I$~|| I ~ I the Joint" Chiefs of Staff, who was [ gram instituted in 1956 and sched I LAWN PARTY JULY 21 AT [ F U N E R A L H 0 M E !~e. / [and all enjoyed a picnic on thee IIIklDqPIAkl [ Rar ka P:wldnenn ]introduced by Maj. Gen. Harold|uled,for completion in 1966. I MURRILL HILL CHURCH [ Ch~rloo Town ~!~es B. Gift of Bakerton town. llIN/illlN J I'ila, ,vSlallU /UlfllllOVii K. Johnson, school commandant Frank , I _____ I ....... ~;raduate of ttarpers Fer Mrs. Charles Knott is visiting I dlVl ~VnnVn I _ - I and command|n- ~,eneral F.~t I ..... I ........ . . -. I o,_ __,___a .... in . . . -, ~, ~ , o, ~ A lawn party Will De stageo PTI "~nepnerustown ~ehool has accepted a pos her husband Charles KnottBy MISS Lllllan Myers I H0,0red At Path On Leavenworth. Following the ad- ,** -- , m ,. , , Ida-" Jul'- 21~t 5 " m on the lawn I ~he ~.iS Department of Manistee, Mich. , - . [ -------- [ "J I dress the graduates received their I lcn el union |s [of$'the ~MurrellV'Hiil Methodist J 35 - Telephones 162 in Washington D C ~ Mr and Mrs Charms J~urmey . [ ...... Death of John Shirley I OatL n._d..l_., e.._J_.. I diplomas from Brig Gen William I Church as a benefit for the ehur I III , .... i Friend~ I 0Yln DIFTI1QSy 3Ull0ily ]A. Cunningham, assistant corn- ~th Tack grnnn Rravn I - - _ ~,: ' ., ...... .- ..................... ~ t i manda,~, , I! i ill /~l~fl VlVH I~IHIV I i]i '~!~ vl~.~a I~I.~Clll~.l/ ~,,*-~o*~,~* I were grmved to learn of his death I Mrs Bertha Parkinson of Mar- I .... I -- I . , : ~ -" .... "~ ............. ' "~" ............. " The colle e the A ' " . ~: :,,if' I I which occurred Thursday evening I tinsbur- was "leasantl-" honored I g , rmy s senmr I I. lid,--._ PI--L I ~ F] ~ES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED i ] in the Charles Town General Hos [ on her ~9th birthday w(th a "arty I tactical school, was established in I Ill AHdlilII; l'lt~l I It Find ~ Fost I! ~-~:4.S, _: ,5!O0~-Closed Tuesday anti Thur~d~ I [pital. [by her son and daughter il~law ] 1881, as the School of Application I _ . ., I I I ,. r~. II , ^ i. orl~ *:vr~t~t~ By ttppommaent omy. I t Mrs Fred Hosfeld flew to Sea 1 I. ..~ "~/~1.~,~ T.~I . D~1~].;~'~*%~ tl~ I of Imantry and Cavalry The reg I Tasg uroup ~ravo, one of four i i[Yeilow Poa*sll a " " Mr a/lu i~li~, bai~tlC lail~iliaull, at . . " ~, 785 ~ LllZ S'' Charles St. Charles Town. W. Y [ ttle Wash|n-ton last week where [ -- " ....... _,, I ular course is designed to prepare t anti-submarine warfare defense / Ib~_~-v---L~l ~? ~), , , s tnelr name ~un~ay dune ZD. All . f . . I I she will visit for several weeks i of Mrs Parkinson's sons were I selected officers for duty as corn/groups in .he Atlantic Fleet, is I ~ ~i "~ ~ I with her son and daughter-in-law ] ...... ~ .,- ,h ...... i.. I manders and general staff off|- I welded together for a single pur. [ ............. v ............................ ose " " ............... -- I Mr and Mrs Jack Boyd [ r, ....... , ....., a.. [cers at division, corps and field P -hunting submarines I .... __ .... i Mr and Mrs Perry Wilson and ]aX.o v~.t.; ..... ;,~ ~ ~;.; .... ]army levels. During the 38 week Serwng abroard the escort de-I = - ..... ' ,"l" * "~" "%*':*:'-*-*,*, .... "* * llllO J. g~kl l'al 11 O~J 11 Wl~I/ ~a ~t~/~,lu t~o . ll[flii/lif At/ ifamilv of Cleveland, Ohio arevisla; ...... a ..... .... IcourseMajorRmgrecewedtrain- stroyer USS Damato, a unit ofl , ~':""*'" ':':':'?:': " *'' ~" tllllll~:;l 111~ UV~:~I~yLIIIII~ tll~l.t ~U~7~ [~:.'.~::i~ iiiii~~.:~" ~l i itin~ her parents Mr and Mrs i. ;,~ . ~,~,~a.. ~; .... ;..h.m... ling in command and staff operat Task Force Bravo, when it depart I |W It ~'',' *.~'.~ .~.~l~..'/'* * ' k o " * " Wltll ~1. I~llLIIU, O*~ LI.IIIII~71, 1LLLU_U.III~ ed ~ :.::~::::::~: ...... / I Oscar Seal Mr Wilson returnedI ............ lionsnuclear weapons em-ploy- Norfolk Va June 8 for sum-I l~ ~ 1~1 ~$i:~::':'......"":""" lovely mrmaay caKe wltn ~ . ' . ' I home Sunday leaving Mrs. Wilson ],,ears -,ritten on it There was al I ment, conventional and unconven l mer training in the Mediterran. I ~.____~ ~:" . / I~.~ ,~,,~ .h;,a~. .. ~, ....... ;o I~ .." . .' "ltional warfare and recent siam|f- can was Michael S Linton, sea-/ :::~::::~" m , ,,-,, -,,~ ~,,,,,,-~,, -~- - ,~,,s~- -,o", ~o ~tne- cakes ann ice cream ser-, ~-- i " ~!~~l[#l",~'[~-]dll Ill r$/ lit ..... , .... l icant combat developments I man apprentice, USN, son of Mr. [ ...... - IlL ~ I Mrs Ferd Sm,der is able to be I .......................... I Major Ring has been assigned and Mrs. Alvin M. imton of Ran- [1'~11'1 '1' 1" ,~ 1" T a.o oi " son ] out again after having been con- [ Md who will be 80 in SeDtember / t the U.S.,Army, Europe inI .,W..Va; ........... I /I I I ' hi I I | ~ I fined to her home with a virus in I,,~ ,h, ,~no~, n .... , ~,:~n, ~, / ~ermany. tie entered the Army in I ~aKmg me ermse to me "men" I l~l I I II I II I I 1 ", ~ ~ - " -~- .. ~ I feet|on I,~ m ....~,~a th .... un-eot ,,,a / 1949. I oard the escort destroyer are I B, I ! /t 1 i/-I I ]1 ] , , ,, a ~ .................. ~0 s .... The major attended She herd midshipmen from the Naval Aca ~l. ~i.aL I,L .li, JIJi ~k,/4..i.iJ,i.4i Id s largest termite control organization ,,~ I Mr James Graves of Havrede ]little Nancy Parkinson, daughter/.~ .. P J . " | ~'~ ~, //.~:-/ I Grace, Md is visitin~ his mother l~ ~. ~,~n ~o ~;~.,n p~t.;,~ /uouege. ' l aemy ann various NROTC units. I :'~ *5000 GUARANTEE ~ tMrs Clifton Graves tson of'Martinsburg Mr and Mrs [~[The Damato wfl conduct antvsub | ~[~ 17~, !~, :: . - _ ~ 1.~ Mr. Clyde Cole of.Middletown, ]Kenneth Everhart,'and" daughter [ ORDER OF PUBLICATION I i:~ Against Future ~erm|te uamage ,* i t'a. visite~ ~r. anu ivirs, wiuiam I travelled the farthest distance to t ----- / ~ i J.VJ. ~, : . " I Miller Thursday. l attend the affair. / Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun/ , / , m , ~: I presented national y by over 1800 lumber deal~ I Miss Maria Snyder !s .visiting [ Present were: Mr .and Mrs. Clif/ty, West Virginia / | | | | A~l t~" | / ~I~'IIT I 1 lala~~ ~thlPll4~ I Illl~J~lb4"~ ..r . her orother an~ sister-In-law ~r ford Parkinson, children Pe ~ .. [ ^ .... "[ ggY]RobertW. Buddenhagen, plaintlff[ ! ';' i / 12,Yl/ igll ,lJlllfll Yll 'Ib O , :~ ..... For free inspection cau land Mrs tieorge bnyuer in uahi- I Ann, Wayne, Frankie and Nancy, / v. Civil Action Nn 141 / I J-~l~ /,~11I / ....... I~--v ~ |more, Md. [Mr. and Mrs. Leo Parkinson, child i Carol Buddenha~en, Defendant I i I ~, I---s I / ~r~l -. *g'~EI~DI~O r~t~rXT ~ I Shirley Wisham of Philadelphia/ren Nelson, Bonnie Jean, Mr. and [c/o Mrs. Sam Eber 27 Beech St., [ f'~, / i'hn a, : ~t~,~x~o ,~. Its spen~ng awhile with.her grand [Mrs. Douglas Parkinson Of Mar-/c/o Clifton Heights P. O. Aldon / (~-- M-v"=~/~'~,,-' UII Iil D ::*'~ : Ln, AL REPnESENTATI rE /mother ivirs, tirover helm. /tinsburg and her brothers and sis [pa " I ~.~ "~"~"~ i,~'~i . ....... : ,, . I Mrs. James Padgett and child-/ter Mrs. Corn Gano, daughter Mr./ The object of this suit is to ob- [, ~ --.. ~~// ~ kll~/~r'lV ClU~I~/V ~ Ikl/* " ] ren left Friday for Chicago, Ill. and Mrs. Allen McGinnes and two/tain a divorce from the bonds of / \ / i lbrL/ JUfrL/ t, Uo, II b. ]where they will spend two weeks grandchildren of Hagerstown, Md. t matrimony I ~! LI ~l'~--.~//~ ........... 0 I with her husband and mother-in- Mr and Mrs Lee Gano and Mr | To th" ~" ....... ., ~_~^_.,__,/ ~ i ~"~/ ) RESIDENTIAL SUBSCRIBER8 : :~ " e " " . ~ CtUUV~ lldlLl~ld[ .Llt~i~llU~IH;~ | II i | | ~ N [ GeorgeSt Charles Town, W Va law Mrs Eva McDarnckH has Kenneth Anderson of Baltimore .... : " " i. . ." ..... : ., " ,/--Carol Buddenhagen 1 ! I Your Phone Book listing is important to you / ~.ust. returnea, tome states alter Md.; Mr .and Mrs. Earnest Ever- / It appearing by affidavit fried " " s'i"-"""'--J"J t,.. and your friends. Won't you check yours,~and ,, H~ ~ ,~ ~ " ~ / nawng oeen in tiermany ~or me hart, their daughter Mr .and iwrs./in this action that Carol Budden- "" - m "1 - if --ou wish to make a chan-e ~m~m m'm n~ A m mm /past 16 months. _ .. Floyd Webber and son,.Mr, and/hagen is a none resident of the ..... cau us pro p~ yy ~. Mr. and Mrs. ~wanew Mrs. Floyd Everhart, Mr .and State of West Virginia it is here , " " i other members PiIKlll~ ,~llll~ / and daughter of Martmsvllle, Va. Mrs. Fred Everhart, Mr. Lemmil [by ordered that Carol Buddenha~ PRINTING (:AN If you ve considered includ ng ...... i ~,lm~ lPrl m~l visited friends in the Junction Everhart Mrs. Effie Keys of ]en serve unon James M Mason~. earn, ~ ~,~,,ap of your family, now is the time to ao l~ I Jones Spring, Mr. Guy Everhart, t3d, olaintiffs attorney whose ad: ~IAVI~ IUUK /IMg Extra listings cost so little, make it so much taken employanent out of sta e, I will sell son and daughter-in-law Mr. and ]dress is Mason Bldg., Charles easier for your friends. tltowing personal property, located at the rear ennem.2Verre arrtn:ga aau [Town,, West Virg ia, an answer Every bus;ness man's ~.., Ci~_-'.*L T~--__ *J ..... :_~.,Cqt...--.~U ..-- ~2^A.~--.I ~tt~x w,,~ J--oL .....? L'~ .... /on or Delore me mm nay at AUg- -- BUSINESS SUBSCRIBERS ~vemn ~ay ~xuvenu~t ~nut~:n,.u oe~nu from over seas ior a visit umer ............ "- - " - ~: ~ " ' lUSt, i~oi. it you tail to ao so, jud life Chese days is a hun _ .......... Ranson, W. Va., Jefferson County, on visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- |gement upon proper he~ring trial _ . _ " Complete representation in me Yellow Pages RAT ITI~FIAV IITI.V 9l laR1 liam Ambrose Jr. and family of [may be taken against you for the for hme. Let ussuggesf will bring more customers to your door' And "-'~L.~.~u'" ~, .~-~ ~ ~,. LittleRun Acres, Mrs. Sara vicK- ]relief demanded in the complaint, nrin(ed forms on Ham you can be sure of reaching many more buyers 81~GIIN_NIIN(~ AT II:UU A. IVl.(LP~'JL) ers,.~lr, ana,~lrs, t~ooert varKs Entered try Clerk of said Court r " and daughter of Shepherdstown, ~ July 3, 1tt~1. mermill papers which will by iistin~'~ffd~e~:~dditional classifications. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Stove, Coldspot Refrigerator, Dinette Set with 4 Utility Cabinets, Metal Bed, Springs and .'ss; Wooden Bed, Springs and Mattress; Metal and Mattress (single); Hand Made Tel- Several Chest of Drawers; Bureau, Round Table, Cherry Drop Leaf Table, Couch, Table and Stool; Coffee Table, 2 Round End Maple Bedroom Chair, Platform Rocker, Odd Large Mirror, Glider, Dining Room Suite, Cupboard, Brass Bed, Lamps, Ironing Child's China Cupboard, Telephone Bench, Stretchers, Bed Clothing, Pillows, Scatter Grass Rugs, Brussells Rug, Christmas Trim- Curtains, Drapes, Silverware, Cooking Uten- Dishes, and Other Articles not mentioned. 'ASH. Nothing to be removed until for. GROVE WHITTINGTON ORNDORFF, Auctioneer. MORELAND, Clerk. r 6.2t. dnisti'ator of the late Harry M. Brown's Estate S~ at Public Sale the Following Articles, located West North Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on ,:SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1.961 EGINN!NG 'AT i0:30 O'CLOCK . M. (DST) GOODS, ETC. Wardrobe, Large Cedar Wardrobe, Davenport, i r~r ash~Sta~ads, Oak Wardrobes, Picnic Table, ~' I/Old; Corner Cupboard, 3 Small Stands, Wash Stands, Pletures and Picture Frames; Sprtngs and Mattress; Iron Bed with Springs 2 'pair Bed Springs, Bed Pan, ~ Trunks, About 2 Morris Chairs, Several Rocking Chairs, Table, Old Safe, 3 Thermos Jugs, Cooking utensils, Pots mad ~ns; Large like new; Seiglcr 0il Heater, like new; Coal Stove, like ;pew; Coal Heater, 4-Burner Stove; Firestone Refrigerator, A-1 shape; May- Machine, like new; Dayton 24-in. Electric Fan, Board, Reo Gas Lawn Mower, A-1 shape; Hand Sausage Grinder, Bench and Stuffer; 3 Tubs, Saw, 2 X-Cut Saws;. Oil Drumbs, Oil Old Sink, 18-Ft. L~der, Step Laxlder, itcheringl Boards, Whe~elbarrow, Grindstone, Gar- gle and Double Shovel Plows; Lime Spreader, Iron, Shovels, Scoop, Rakes, Forks, 2 Briar Scythes~ Garden Sprayer, Tree Lanterns, Lots of Tools, Some Wood, and Articles not mentioned. AUTO, A-1 shape. IH. ' t]ANK OF CHARLES TOWN, ADMINISTRATOR. \ THARPE, Auctioneer. MOORE, Clerk. ., a4~d July ,6 ' 2t. E. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. Kitchens . . . Playrooms... Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For 5TH. GENERATION IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. G. E. Vickers of Charles~ W.M. JONES Town There were several brothers Clerk of Court and sister that had celebrated By: Marie Trussell D. C. their birthday in June. July 6-3t-pd. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY NOTICE OF NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE TRUSTEE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness se- Default-having been made in cured by the deed of trust herein- the payment of the indebtedness after described and the undersign- secured by the deed of trust here ed having been notified by the inafter described and the under, holder of the said indebtedness signed having been notified by the to foreclose and sell the real es- holder of the said indebtedness to tate hereinafter described, notice foreclose and sell the real estate is hereby given that the undersign here.inafter described, notice is ed trustee will sell at 10:00 A. M. hereby given that the undersign, on Saturday, July 29, 1961, at pub- ed trustee will sell at 10:00 A. M. lic auction at the front door of on Saturday, July 29, 1961, at pub the County Court House of Jeffer lie auction at the front door of the son County, West Virginia, the fol County Court House of Jefferson lowing described real estate, sit County, West Virginia, the follow uate in Charles Town District o~ ing described real estate, situate Jefferson County, West Virginia in Charles Town District of Jef. that is to say: All that eertain lo~ ferson County, West Virginia, or parcel of land with the improw that is to say: "All of that certain ments thereon, situate near th~ lot or parcel of land situate near northern boundary of Ranson iz the northern boundary of Ranson Charles Town District, Jefferso~ in Charles Town District , Jeffer County, West Virginia, being alt son County, West Virginia, being of lot number 7 as the same is all of lot number 8, as the same ibounded and described according is bounded and described accord- to a survey of West Edgewood ing to a survey of West Edgewood Subdivision made by J. Jas. Skin Subdivision made by J. Jas. Ski~a ner, S. J. C., dated May 16, 1956 ner, S. J. C., dated May 16, 1956, plat of which is recorded in th, a plat of which is recorded in the office ,of the Clerk of the Count: office of the Clerk of the County Court of the said County in Dee~ Court of the said County in Deed ] Book 212, at page 229, to whicl ~Book 212, at page 229, to which ] survey and plat reference is here survey and plat reference is here l by made." by made." Being the same real estate con Being the same real estate con-, veyed to the undersigned t~'ustee veyed to the undersigned trustee,by a certain deed of trust' from by a certain deed of trust from Temple G. Wheeler and Helen C. Temple G. Wheeler and Helen C. Wheeler, his wife, and Arthur L Wheeler, his wife, and Arthur L. Wheeler and Barbara A. Wheeiei Wheeler and Barbara A. Wheeler his wife, bearing date of the 23rd his wife, bearing date of the 23rd day of September, 1959 and being day of September, 1959 and being of record in the aforesaid County of record in the aforesaid County Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. Clerk's Office in Deed Book N6 234 at page 307. 234 at page 305. The terms of sale shall be one The terms of sale shall be one- third cash on day of sale, balanc( third cash on day of sale ,balance in two equal installments, eviden in two equal iristallments, eviden- ced by the notes of the purChasel" ced by the notes of the purchaser bearing even date with day of sale bearing even date with day of payable ola or before one and two sale, payable on or before one and years after date respectively, bear two years after date respectively, ing interest from date at six per- bearing interest from date at six cent per annum~ payahte semi- percent per annum, payable semi- annually, secured by deed of trust annually, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, and as. upon the property sold and assign : signed of firerwu6pshrdlosltrdo0 ment of fire insurance in a reas isignment of fire insurance in a onable amount upon the buildings reasonable amount upon the build therein, if any, with the privilege ings there an, if any, with 1ae, to the purchaser of paying all Iprivilege to the purchaser of pay- cash on day of sale or increasing, ing all cash on day of sale or in the cash payment as he may de- creasing the cash payment as he sire. may desire. Or Call Collect To Signed: .... Sig~n~d,: .......... J. Errol Ward, Trust Offi- J. Errol Ward, Trust Offi. PHONE AM 3-9411 cer of the Blakeley Bank cer of the Blakeley Bank Martinsburg, W. Va. and Trust Company of Ran and Trust Company of Ran son, West Virginia, as trus son, West Virginia, as trus .... .... i Uu ;E.!TL r[ Y/I " :" , : Attorney fbrTrustee. | Attorfiey f0r'Trustee. ] I June 29-4t- [ June 294t- Serve as time-savers |n your business. FOR ALL OF" YOUR PRINTING NEEDS We Are As Close As Your Telephone -- CALL 222 -- JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO,, INC. Charles Town, W. Va. Consider also the advantages of having direc- tory representation for key people in your company. This added "exposure" really pays. But "time is short. To make sure you'll be p~ly represented in the new Dlrectow, call our Business Ol~ce right away, I A~Hc~'s ~rgest Independent Telephone ~$tem i am MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT ADVERTISED i l t SMART FASHIONS 230 West Washington St. *Charles Town, W. Va.