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mt i ill i i i NEWS HAPPENINGS IN By Mrs Clarence Smalhvood Mrs, Oral B. Hughes will enter- Iain members of the Kabletown Farm Woman's Club at her home Avo,n Hill on Thursday afternoon July 16. Last week Mrs. Melvin Rissler and Mrs. Page Russell bol~h em- ployed at the Fairchild Tuy Com- pany spenL a week's vacation at ~heir respective homes. Mrs. Leon Sowers and Mrs. Irene Roderick also employees here are vacation- ing this week. Mrs. Roderick and daug%ter Marlyn have been visit- ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Murphy of near Marti,nsburg. A number of picnics have recent ly been held at the Riverside pic- nic grounds near The Rocks. Mr. Henry Clipp assisted by his son Danny has the grounds in tip top shape. His only request is that ?,hose who use the facillities, please put trash in reciptacles which he has placed for t:hese pro" poses Mr. and Mrs. Paul P~wla,nd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sealock, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wil- liams enjoyed their supper there Saturday. On Sunday the families of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick, :Mr. and Mrs. C. D. (Bill~ Mercer 'Mr. and Mrs. Idoy Ma~on of near Wheatland, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Boyd of near Rippon had a pic- nic di,uner and later enjoyed hor- seshoe pitching and bat,hing. A dance sponsored by the Rip- Don Athletic Club will be held Pri day night, July 17 from 9 to 12 o'clock at the community cen~er, Bardane. Music will be furnished by Tom Kat and the Country Kit WE hRE .--TAKE CARE 19G9- 1960 L t t m ' , A par~y of picnickers including ' Mz', and Mrs. Fra,~k Hill and fam- ily or Valley View Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain and family of Woodlawn Farm, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode and family, Mrs. Bar i bara Chicchirichi and two sons Phone 20-F-021 , land Mrs. Joan Goode Sr. of Chat'- .... les Town enjoyed a picnic supper and swimmi;lg Sunday evening a- tens. Admission is $1.00 pet' per- long the Shenandoa~h River on the son. Avon Bend Farm. Miss Louise Pipes ,of La Plat:ta, Captain C. D. Boyer U. S. Air Md. is her brother Mr. El Porte and Mrs. Boyer and two mer Pipes and family of Avon sons are visiting his parents Mr. Wood Farm. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer, Shannc;~ Mrs. Stanley Hardesty accom- panied her son and daug:h,ter-in- law Mr, and Mrs, J, Emory Kable :of near Charles Town were visi- tors Sunday evening at Shannon Park, the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer. Tommy Russell a;]d Stephen Cloud members of the Charles Town High School Band were a- ~mong the group who enjoyed the trip to New York tas,t week where the band participated in the Lions Club parade. The occasion was a very delightful one for them. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Rissler son Billy, daughter Wilma and her Mrs. Oscar Mittka all from near Wilkensburg, Pa. are spending set fral days at Rural Retreat, the Rissler summer home. While visiting o~er the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil Unger, Inwood, the parents of Mrs Alec Carroll, the Unger car unoccupied started to drift down an incline, running into the Car- Park. They left, Yuma, Arizona. where Captain Boyer has been sta tioned stopping in Nebraska to vis it Mrs. Boyer's paren,ts. AfLer vis- iting his parents the Boyers will go to Florida where he will be ! stationed. New Books Available Charles Town Library [ Annou,ncement was made this week that the following group of new books have been added to ~he i Charles Town Library. This Hill, This Valley-Hal Bor- l~and. friend Miriam Beacon, Mr. and [ The Privilege was Mine-Princess iroll car which was parked ;neat'by Considerable damage was done to the Carz'oll car while the Un- ~ger vehicle was demolished. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal, Child- ren Chubby, Debbie and Patty enjoyed a picnic on the 4th in the Jefferson County Memorial Park. READY Bring Your Car to Us Today For Expert Service. ,. I WEST WASHINGTON STREET Call Our Number - 42 CH- RLES TOWN, W. Zinaida Schakovskoy. Tenderloin- Samuel Hopkins Adams. Only When I Laugh-Gladys Workman. There's a Choice-Rachel Cecil. Year of DecisionsLHarry S. Tz'u m a,o.. Gideon's Sta:-J. J. Marrie. The Case of the Chased and the Unchased-Thomas B. Dewey. The Passionate Exiles-Maurice LeVaillant. Only in America-Harry Golden. High Water-Richard Bissell. The Shining Tides-Win Brooks. The Dragon's Mouth-LaSelle Gilman. Windom's Way-James Ramsey Ullman. The Creative Years-Reuel L. Howe. The Book of Revelation-J. B. Phillips. The Sure Victory-Madame Chi- ang Kai Shek. Ten Seconds that will change your life-Hal Falvey. JUVENILE Tl~e Mystery of the Brass Bound Trunk-C. Keene. The Clue in the Crumbling Wall Carolyn Keene. The Message in the Hollow Oak Carolyn Keene. The Clue of the Broken Blos- som-Julie Tatham. While the Clock Ticked-Frank- lin W. Dixon. Jefferson County Garden Club Meets With Mrs. A. 0. Albin The Jefferson Couney Garden Club held its July meeting a,t t~he home o-Mrs. A. O. Al~bin, near Charles Town last Thursday mor- .sing, witch Mrs. Creighon Tabb and Mrs. James Bartlet,t, as co- ,hostesses. Mrs. ~lbin, president, presided at the buMness meeting and later introduced her sister, Mrs. Virgil Strader of Winchester, Va., who in turn i.ntroduced the gues,t speak er, Mrs. R. E. Myers, a member of the Fair.fax Garden Club, also of Winchester, who spoke on meth- ods of drying flowers and foliage for arrangements. I,n her deligh,t- ful and interesting talk, Mrs. My ers said rhat iris and lilies do not dry well, but t,hat such flowers as tuberous root begonias, deLphin- ium, double larkspur, ce:losia, yar row, both wild and domes~tic, san II II I I I II II Lions Elect International President Clarence L. Sturm of Manawa, Wisconsin, was elected Interna- tional President of Lions Inter- national at the Association's 42nd Annual Convention in New York City. Lions International, with 590,000 members in 92 coun- tries or regions, is the world's largest service club organization. Lions International is best known for its many youth programs, community service projects, sight conservation activities and aid to the blind. Last year Lions Clubs arouna the globe com- pleted more than 180,000 indi- vidual worthwhile ommtmity service projects, ira and dusty miller are exceHen,t for drying. Pink, blue, yellow and gold colors dry beau~tifully and products that are used for drying are corn meal a,nd bol~ax or w,hite rangemen,ts that she broug~ht wit,h her. The August meeting of the club ~ill be held at the home of M2~. W. P. C. Perry, "Hill Farm" a,nd she extended an invitation tha~ -nembers meet at eleven ~hirty in the morning and remain for lun- c,h, instead of the meeting orig- inally scheduled for four in t'he afternoon. At the conclusio,n of the meet- ing gue,s, ts were invited in'to the aining room, vchere a delicious his theGn was served from a beauti- f,zlly appointed table, attrac,tive wibh pale pink roses and earnat- bons with baby's breath. Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the estate of Raymond F. Hackley, deceased. All persons having clalms a- gainst the estate of Raym,c,.ld P. H.ackley, deceased, whether" due or not, are notified to exhibit the. same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, a~t my office in ?,he Town of Har- pers' Ferry Jefferson County, West Virginia on or Before the 6th day of Jan., 1960 otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 6th day of July, 1959. HILDA M. MILLARD Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Ju'ly 8-3T:pd. I I I Rodefer'Ware Reunion Held At Jefferson Park The 18th annual reunion ,of the l~odefer-Ware families was held Sunday, Ju,ne 28 at Jefferson Me- morial Park, Charles Town. At 1:00 p. m. friends and relat- ives enjoyed a bounti,ful picnic dinner after whic'h a business meeting was called to order by the president, Dorcas Ramsburg at 2 p. m., a,t v~hich time she ex- tended a hearty welcome to all present. i Minu, tes of tNe 1958 reunion were read a;~d approved. Treasur- er's repmt followed. Sta.tistics for the past year were Birt,hs-A son to Robert and Biller; a daughter to Inez and Melvin Caldwell. Marriages-Marian Bailey and Dennis Noble. Deaths-Walter Glaize. Boys in service-Robert E. Biller and Harry W. Billet Jr. Gus Rodefer was unable to be with the group again this year, due to prolonged illnes,s in Newton D. Baker Hospital. A get well card was signed by all prese,nt and t:he president was elected to mail same. The oldest member present was .Mr. William O. Fellers of Ardara, Pa., age 78 years. The youngest member was Mary Estelle Feeser of Washington, D. C. age 4~/2 years; and those whb traveled the greatest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long of West Hollywood, Florida. The largest family group was that of Mrs. Lillie Biller with a total of eight presen,t, including t,he oldest yo,~nge~L, 1,,he one Wi~0 ~raveled greatest distance and t'he largest family group. 6---I~ It was decided to hold the next meeting adjourned after 1:he reunion on the four,t.h Sunday ifi group sang "Blest be the Tie That June 1960 at the Jefferson Memor Binds". ial Park in Charles Town witch lunch a,t 12:30 sharp. After a generous portion of ice The group voted a five dollar cream, everyone started on their do,nation to the Park for the use of the pavilion and ta'bles. The s~me office~s were re-elec- ted to serve for another year. Due to t'he intense heat, no en- tertainment was provided. The PUBLIC SALE At Middleway of Valuable Real Estate in Middleway. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, ,IULY 9,1 l homeward way hoping for ger mad better reunion in Members attending ~a~ Florida, Pa., Va., W. Va., the District of Col,umbia. DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED flours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thursday OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 P. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Notice is hereby given thwt on the llth day of July, 1959, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. Daylight Savings Time and during the sale of the personal property of Sophie s. Bates, upon bhe property herea- ter described, the undm~igned wiN offer Ior sale )hat certain lot sit- uate on Main Street in Middie- way, in Jefferson County, West Virginia, containing about one- half acre of la~d, improved by an eight-room weatherboard house, ]and other outbuildings on which said Sophie 8. Bates formerly re- sided. The undersigned acts pursuant to authority contained in a wri,t- en power of attorney d,a,ted the 19th day of June, 1959, of recx)rd in Jefferson County Clerk's Office. TERMS OF SA/~: One-half cash on day of sale, balance one year later, evidenced by note of purchased, payable one year af,ter date of .~;ale, witch interest, secured by deed of trust on property sold and assignment of fire insurance in a~t least a.moun,t of debt; or all cash at option of purchaser. M~RGA~tET M. KI~.-~ER A~torney-in-fac~ for SOPHIE S. BATES July 2-2T- Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks Drainfields -- Stone and Dirt PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA' for prog,$$|ng KODAK ! PHONE 173 e I CHARLES TOWN, W. ! L I II II PONY DIVISION REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1959 AND THOROUGHBRED DIVISION LIST OF CLASSES, PRIZES--ENTRY FEES FREE. Class and N~umber To Be Filled In On Entry Form. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, 3ULY 27, 1959. FRIDADY, AUGUST 7, 1959 LI~ST OF CLASSES. PRIZES--ENTRY FEES FREE. Crass and Number To Be Filled In On Entry Form. = New Du Pont 41 House Paint is made on the time-tested white lead formula long a favorite with painters and home owners. Easy to put on... Has ex- cellent hiding and long life. GET SET .... FOR JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 3, 4 and 5 NEW DU PONT ONE-COAT BASEMENT WALL PAINT For that drab basement or garage interior! New D'u Pont One-Coat Basement Wail Paint comes ready to uso in B pastel colors and white. Thick as jelly, it cover= rough, porous surfaces smoothly with one coat. Excellent, too, for a[I intertor smooth plaster walls. It doesn't drip, so ceiling painting is especially easy. Clean brushes and equip. merit with soap and water. CLASS NO. 1 1st. Po~y Mare and Foal not exceeding 50 inches, to be judged together. Shown to halter. Open Only to Jef- ferson County Breeders .............. $50 CLASS NO. 2 Pony Mare and Foul, not exceeding 50 inches. Open. To be judged ,~ogether. Shown to halter ......... ' ........... $50 CLASS NO. 3 Yearling Potties, 42 inches a~d under $50 ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, JULY 27. 1959. L, 2nd. 3rd, 4th REGISTERED QUARTER HoRsE:/i'' $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 11 1st.2nd. 3rd, 4tll~ Mare and Foal to be judged together. Shown to halter .................... $50 $25 $15 $10 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 12 Yearling and "I~wo Year Olds. Suit- able to become stock horses. $25 $15 $10 Extended Pedigree to accompany entry $50 $25 $15 $I0 CLASS NO. 4 Yearling Ponies. over 42 inches ...... $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 5 Ponies on lead rein. To be ridden by children not exceeding 4 years of age. Judged on suitability as a ,beginners mou~t. Manners and kindness 90%, Conformation 10%. Ponies should be able to stand readily w~thout being controlled by leader ................. $50. $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 6 Ponies under saddle. For Ponies not exceeding 46 inches. To walk. trot. and canter. Manners. Kindness and suitability 75%. Conformation 25%. Children riding in the lead rein classes Nos. 5 and 7, no~ eligible for this class. $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 7 Ponies on lead rein, for children over 4 years of age a~nd not exceeding 8- years of age, ,to be judged on suitabil- ity as a beginners mount. Manners and Kindness 90%, Conformation 107;. Ponies should be ~ble to stand readily without 'being controlled by leader.. $50 $25 $15 $I0 CLASS NO. 8 Ponies Under Saddle. For Ponies 50 Inches and not exceeding 56 inches, to be ridden by boys or girls not over 16-years of age. Walk. Trot, and Can- ter. Manners and way of going 75%; Conformation 25% ..................$50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 9 l~Lo~ds~r Pony---dShown in ha, mess. not exceeding 46 inches, to be driven by child 16-years and under ............ $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 10 Pony Championship:--The Champmn and Reserve Title shall 'be awarded to Pon~es having acquired the highest number of points for ribbons won. Championship and Reserve Championship Ribbons. THOROUGHBREDS CLASS NO. 13 Thoroughbred Foal of 1959 .........$50 $25 CLASS NO. 14 Thoroughbred Broodmares. To be j udged as potential producers of horses of excellen~ conformation. :~oals may be at side bu.t will not be coRside~ed. Certiflca~te from owner or agent of Stallion that mares which have never produced h~ve beec properly bred during the sea~on of 1959, must accompany entry ..................... $50 $15 CLASS NO. 15 Thoroughbred Yearling Filly .......$200 NOTE:--To be judged as Individuals, on Balance. Quality, Conformation, Soundness, and Way of Going. $10 $25 $15 $10 $75 $25 $10 CLASS NO. 16 Thorough~bred Yearling Colt of Gelding $200 $75 $25 $10 (Same Rules as Class 15) CLASS NO. 17 Thoroughber 2-Year Olds ......... $200 $75 $25 $10 (Same Rules as Class 15) ! CLASS NO. 18 Success Class:--For Yearling Colts, Fillies or Geldings. To be judged as he most likely to succeed on the Race Track, Pedigree will be made available to the Judges ............ $200 $75 $25 $I0 Extended Pedigree must accompany and Entry. Trophy CLASS NO. 19 Th~eoughbred Championship: -- The Champion and Reserve Title shall be warded to thoroughbreds having acquired the highest number of points for ribbons won. Championship and Reserve Championship RlbbOr~" PHONE 17 BUY THE PAfNT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I BUY THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK I II / For All Information, Entry Blanks, Details, Etc., Write to C. M. B. BROWN' Secretary, Charles Town, W. Va., or Telephone 980-W, Charles Town, W. Vs.