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PERSONAL E. Webb will be held at Church lawn on July 14th, start- case of rain it the social room of sale will be coun- salad, and hot Chicken noodle stable soup, candy, home made root beer, and coffee. is sponsored by the above Church. David Dudrow and and Paula, of J., spent the week- mother, Mrs. G. E. Mrs. Sam Ebersole, of Va. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clay- on Saturday, visitors at the home of ACTIVITIES IN . . . Telephone 2492 1Junction, on Sunday. Other visi.]The body rests at the Eaekles [tors there were Mrs. Maude/ Funeral Chapel, and funeral ser- Goode, of New Market, Md. and vices were held from there on Sat- her daughter and family, of Balti- urday, at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. more, Md. Cousins of Mrs. Loud- John Wright, officiating. The 'oun, but they had not met for 25 deceased was a member of the years. Camp Hill Methodist Church, and I Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Collins 'and Mr. and Mrs. John Snider Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ttenretta were spent last week in Ocean Cfly, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Small, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. and family, of Bethesda, Md. Stuart Henretta, of Martinsburg, spent the week-end with the for- W. Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton Robinson. more,Fry andMd.daughter, Judy, of Balti- Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Edna Kern, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb, of quite ill for some time and a pati- ent in the Charles Town General Hospital, has returned to her home in Harpers Ferry, and her daughter, Mrs. Harold Basore, of Frederick, Md., who is a register- ed nurse, is staying with her. Monty Reynolds, of Smithburg, Md., and Joanne Burch, of Sum- mit Point, W. Va., have returned to their homes, after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudoun visited the formers mother, Mrs. Mildred Housden, in Shenandoah FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 at Housekeeping I will sell at Public Sale the ng Household Goods, located at Millvitlle, W. Vs., County, on , JULY 22, 1961 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.. (DST) OI[ISEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Beds "with springs and mattresses; Bed Clothing, s a~nd Bolsters; 2 Dressers, Chest of Drawers, Wash Other Stands, 2 Wardrobes, Cot Complete, Kitchen 5 Chairs; Oak Dining Table, 8 Straight Back Rocking ~Chairs, 3 Reed Chairs, Morris Chair, Set, Glider and Lawn Chairs; Screen Doors and EleCtric Fans, Electric 4-Burner Range, like new; -Water Heater, like new; China Closet, Wash- Floor and Table Lights; Pictures and Picture Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans; China and Glass- Wooden Safe, Blec, Clock, Wooden Work Bench, Metal isr,~n~ier~)motog driven; Vise, Grinder with i1~ ~x 10. 1' Wire B~rush, Carpenter._To~i~o Press ~-in. Chuck; Machine Tools, High Speed ~Type~ Wood Saw with motor: Metal Wheelbarrod: new; 2 Coal Stoves, Di~ Irons, Shovels, PiCks, ~Tools; 2,New 50-Ft. Water Hose; 5 Fishing N~ts, Tackle Boxes, 1 Boat, like new; Mail Box. Other Articles not mentioned. Day of Sale. EDGAR T. MILLS ~CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. MOORE, Clerk, I'3~ ~nd 20 - 2~, .I HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. 340---2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. va. ESDAY - THURSDAY JULY 12 - 13 ~ t~,_~(01tnTISW$ I Ilqgtlgt " ~C ' | T cY MAeCH ] H KELLY w ' il llll'l' 11 ~J'JW~ - A Wondedully__ | LIm..SEO ,X.U uNrrEo AlmSl'ssl'~New Y~r_~rolr SATURDAY JULY 14 - 15 ---3 BIG HITS--- DISNEY A FAIRVIEW PR@DUCTION A UfllV[RSAL.INTERNATIONAL RELE~E I I I I p..,,-.i JULY 16- 17- 18 ENGAGING MOVIE" TREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY" WALT DISNEY'S near Bolivar, were Mr. Carroll Stine, of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Stine, of Silver Spring and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stine, of near Knoxville, Md. Vernon Kenneth Webb, employ- ed at the Pentegone, in Washing- ton, D. C. is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb. Mr. and Mrs. James Adams and family, of Trevese, Pa. spent the week-end with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb, and family. Death of Harpers Ferry resident Charles Augusta Hackley, 60, of Harpers Ferry, died suddenly on Thursday morning about l0 o'clock, in the car yards, in Bruns wick, Md., where he had been em- ployed for a number of years. He had been laid off, along with others, six months ago, and had just been recalled to his job, working on Wednesday, July 5, and was al his job in the B & O R R Yards when striken on Thurs- day morning. He was a son of the late Charles Hackley and Ella Stoutsenberger Hackley, and was born in Loudoun Heights, Va., a few miles south of Harpers Ferry. His entire life had been spent in the two areas. Survivors are his wife, the former Alice Bell, of Harpers tFerry, and a son and a daughter, James and Becky at the home. The daughter is a student in the local High School; one sis- ter Mrs. Elizabeth Hedican, of Harpers Ferry, and one brother, Robert Hackley, of Baltimore, Md. II FOR YOUR Wl R NG --AND OTHER Call 424 J. Edward Magaha In Color with, JOHN MILLS PLUS :---3 CARTOONS Rev. Wright is the pastor there. Burial was made in Fairview Cemetery, in Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. James Adams and four children, of Trevose, Pa., spent the week-end with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb and family. In observance of the anniver- sary of its organization, the Polly- anna Class of the Bolivar Method- ist Sunday School enjoyed a bus trip to Washington, D. C. recently. Twenty-five members and guest made the trip. Including in their itinerary of sight-seeing were visi- ts to the White House, the Fran- ciscan Monastery, Mount Vernon, shopping expedition. The group annually observes its anniversary, sometimes with a banquet and at other times with a trip. Mrs. Grim dies near Harpers Ferry Mrs. Leona Catherine Grim, 39 wife of Weller Grim, of Dargon, Md. across the river from Harpers Ferry, died on last Thursday, in the Washington county Hospital, near Hagerstown, Md. Born in Rohrersville, Md. she was the daughter of the late Wil- liam and Katie Haines Fleek, and was a member of the Samples Manor, Md. Church of God She had been employed as a dietition at the above Hospital. Survivor' are her husband and four childre~ all at the home; one sister, Mrs John Holmes, of Hagerstown, Md and one brother Arthur Fleek Smithburg, Md. The body rested at the Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Eackles Funeral Chapel, and on Sunday the body was taken to the Sample Manor Church, from where services were held at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. Carroll Chu- rchy officiating. Burial was made in the cemetery adjoining the Church. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet H. Cleven gerand family, of Garwood, N. J Mr. and Mrs. David Ware and son. and Mr. and Mrs. "Pete" McDaniel and daughter, all of Amsterdam, N. Y. were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb, last week. Mrs. Walter Jenkins and Mrs. Lewis Reek are spending several days this week in Atlantic City, N.J. We have learned that a new in sect has been discovered near Harpers Ferry, by a University of Maryland entomologist. It resem, bles the Japanese beetle, some what, but is far more destructive and distroys at a faster rate. Harpers Ferry was filled with visitors on Sunday, and also over the .week-end, There. was not inuch parking spuCe a vailhbledur- ing the afternoon. Harpers Ferry Bolivar Lions and Ladies Night A Ladies Night and installation STARTS WEDNESDAY :--- VCALT DISNEY S TOBY TYLER ABetter medca.Thanks Sellet' A i,i n NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness se- NORTH GEORGE STREET cured by the deed of trust herein- after described and the undersign- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ed having, been notified by the holder of the said indebtedness (Free Estimates Cheerfully to foreclose and sell the real es- Given. Just Call Us.) No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. MARTINSBUR6 GRANITE WORKS 109 West John Street Telephone Amherst 7-6141 tate hereinafter described, notice is hereby given that the undersign ed trustee will sell at 10:00 A. M. on Saturday, July 29, 1961, at pub- lic auction at the front door of the County Court House of Jeffer son County, West Virginia, the fol lowing described real estate, sit- uate in Charles Town District of Jefferson County, West Virginia that is to say: All that certain lo or parcel of land with the improw ments thereon, situate near northern boundary of Ranson i: Charles Town District, Jeffersc County, West Virginia, being s of lot number 7 as the same bounded and described accordi] to a survey of West Edgewo Subdivision made by J. Jas. Sk ner, S. J. C., dated May !6, 1956 plat of which is recorded in tl office of the Clerk of the Coun Court of the said County in De, Book 212, at page 229, to whi( survey and plat reference is her by made." Being the same real estate co: veyed to the undersigned truste by a certain deed of trust frm Temple G. Wheeler and Helen ( Wheeler, his wife, and Arthur. Wheeler and Barbara A. Wheeh his wife, bearing date of the 23r, day of September, 1959 and bein of record in the aforesaid Count Clerk's Office in Deed Book No 234 at page 307. The terms of sale shall be on( third cash on day of sale, balanc in two equal installments, eviden ced by the notes of the purchaser bearing even date with day of sah payable on or before one and tw( years after date respectively, bear ing interest from date at six per cent per annum, payable semi. annually, secured by deed of trusl upon the property sold, and as- signed of firerwuGpshrdloshrdoo signment of fire insurance in'a reasonable amount upon the build ings there on, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of pay- ing all cash on day of sale or in creasing the cash payment as he may desire. Signed: J. Errol Ward, Trust Offi- cer of the Blakeley Bank and Trust Company of Ran son, West Virginia, as trus ' )',., . ', of officers featured a dinner meetI Bluemont, Va. ing of Harpers Ferry-Bolivart Miss Carol Ann Ballenger of Lion's Club recently at the Camp Bluemont, Va. is spending this Hill Methodist Church. Rev. week with her grandparents Mr. John Wright gave the invocation and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger. afier which, a ham dinner was served by tim women of the chu- rch. Ttie guests, who included Zone Chairman Bernard H. Perrell, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Via, Charles Town; Clark McCutcheon, Gathers burg, Md.; Mr. Linton, Sykesville, Md.; William Horn, Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lake and daughter, Millville, were in- troduced by Lion William Ramey. Flowers were presented to Lion and Mrs. Carl Auvil on the occasi- on of their 20th wedding anniver- sary. Then group singing and a program by the Cavalier School :)f Dance followed. Lion Hugh Via, past president of the Charles Town Club, induct- ed a new member, George L. Shake. Pins, medals, ets, were present- ed, and Zc ne Chairman Perrell was in charge of the installation of officers. New officers for 1961 and 1962 are; President, Frank H. Anderson; First vice-president, Earl C. Peacher; second vice-pres- ident, Clarence C. Arms, third vice-president, Willie T. Moore; secretary, Lewis Nicholas; treasu- rer, John NeWcomer and Cyrus Cavalier; two-year directors, Carl S. Auvil and Raymond Biller. Bolivar Mrs. Thelma B. Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Marcum and daughter at Lees- burg, Va. Miss Dottle Cornell returned home having spent two weeks with her sister,Mrs. Roy F. Mar- cum Leesburg, Va. Miss Sandra Ballenger and Glenn Allan Ballenger of Blue. mont, Va. are spending this week with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger. Deferred From Last Week Mr and Mrs, Herman O'Brien of Trenton, N. J. spent the week end with the formers uncle Mr. Karl Grubb. Miss Becky Alger has returned :rom a vacation trip to Cedar Lakes, Riipley, W. Va. where she spent a week. She was accompan led by Miss Nonie Grim of Baker- ton. A joint camp of the F. F. A. and F. H. A. was in session. Mrs. Harvey Briggs of Charles Town was one of the adult advisors. The purpose of the camp was to learn more ,about these two organizat- ions. There were 54 boys of the F. F. A. and 45 girls of the F. H. A. The two local girls were jun- iors in Harpers Ferry District High School. Miss Donna Marie Walker of Ranson spent Saturday night with her grandmother Mrs. Thelma B. C meIL ........... Dinner,'guests Sunday 0f'"Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger were Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Walker and daughter of Ranson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ballenger, St., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ballenger Jr. and two daughters of Middleburg, Va. 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