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7 It is not too *early to bear in mind that next year we shall be called upon to choose a governor and a Uriited States Senator to serve us for the next four and six years respectively. As far as Jefferson County is concerned it is an absolute "must" that the men chosen for these two high offices be Democrats. Jefferson County is heavily Democratic and to think that it could expect to fare well under Republican leadership is to display a political naivete that is ridiculous. Jefferson County is a Democratic County and will remain so. If it courts Republicanism it courts disaster This is not blind political fanatacism. It is plain common sense Under a Republican governor or a Republican senator a few Republicans in the county might hope to gain. But if both of these offices are held by Democrats the overwhelming majority of the people in our county will have persons friendly and sympathetic to their aims in positions of authority. It is for that reason that Demo- cratic organization from here on out is important and im- perative. Our future is at stake. Presbytery Meets on July 21 At Little Falls Church The quarterly mee~Lng of Win- chester Presbytery of the Synod of ~irgi~ia will be held July 21 ~t IA,ttle l~alls PreSby~rian Chu- rch in ~he County, i~ was annou- nced today. It will be one-day session only The Reverend Oren Moore, of ! Fron~t Royal, Va., is moderator of ~e group. WlCKLIFFE SERVICE AUG, 2 The Annual Wickliffe service' ,will be held Sunday August 2 at 11:00 ~. m. (~tandard Time.~ The Rev. Charles IV~on, cure ~~11 conduct ~he servi~e. I IIIlil Having .sold my farm, I will sell the Following Per- sonal Property, located 5 miles East of Clearbrook, Va., 5 miles'West of Summit Poini, W. Va., on the Hout Farm, Clarke County, Va. Follow Signs, on SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1959 BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M. (E. S. T.) 6 - HEAD CATTLE - 6 3 Holstein Heifers, open; 3 Holstein and Brown Swiss Heifers, crossed, open. FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1952 Ferguson 30 Tractor with Manure Loader; post hole digger and plow; T. 55 International Hay Baler, New Holland Forage Harvester with Wiseon- Engine; David Bradley Wagon, Wagon Unloader with Briggs Stratton Engine; New Idea Hay Loader, Tractor Chains. TERMS CASH:--Nothing to be removed until it is settled for. WARD DErlMLER W. D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. July 16-1t. Wayne Edward Merriman of Brunswick, Md. Saturday July 11, a d,au~h~er, Tina Charlene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frank'lin Yost of Shenandoah Juneti(xn. Sunday July 12, a son, l~au'l Rich~ard, was born to Mr. and ,Mrs. John Paul Pen~vell of Route 2, Harpers Ferry. Surg~ca~l p~t~ien~ts admitted to ~t)he hospital during tthe period were: Miss Peggy Ani~t P~lderson. of Charles Town, Mrs. Opa~ Combs Washington, D. C., Mrs. Annie 'May Ambrose, Charles Tow,n, Mrs Gladys B. Pringle, R~nson and .Mr. Phineus Patton Mar~hal,l of Shep~herdstown.. !Medi'cal pa~ien,ts admit)ted were: Thotnas ~ank Mhler, Mar,~ins- ,burg, Mrs. Bessie Ellen M~henu, Charles Town, ,l~[r.' Na~un~el Grey, HRl*.l~w n, Mr. Oharles Thorn, as Pearl, R~D 2, Harpers rand son Cliff drove to Pi%cairn, Pa. on Sunday to visi,t Mr. and 'Mrs. Lester Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Logan and children of Alexandria, ~a. were callers on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest blusher, Jr. and daughter Gall. 'Mrs. Lynn Thompson and her daughters Dawn and Terri Ann of Alexandria, Va. wlsited wiVh Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S lusher, Jr. and dau~l~ter Gaff on Sunday ~f,t- ernoon. Bre0t, w~ho has spent the past ten days wi:th the blushers returned home width his mother a~kn Mso visi,ting wi~h the blushers were Misses Jeanne and Kathy Sagle on Sunday wfternoon. Mrs. James Watson's Sunday School class o~ the Leetown Meth odist Church h~d a picnic Fri@ay evening at the Blue's. ~Miss C, ai~l blusher was the guest of Miss ~icki Blue on Friday. ~Mlss Eliza~be~h Grove is on va- Ferry; Mr. Franvis Henry Na~per ~tion ,this week. HaPpers lq~erry;-l~tle Samuel Da- vid Stephens, Jr., 1%PD, bhepherds ~w,n; Mr. James Vincen~ C~poH, Silver ,~pring, Md.; Mrs. Julia Ka~te C]ipp, Summit Polntt; Mr. Henry PenweH, l~te. 2, Ha~pers Ferry; Mrs. May Bruce Merry, Charles Town, Mrs. Gaynelle Free ,love Pope, H, al,R~w,n; l~,0tle Tim- othy Lee Downs, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Chrisman0 Summi~ Poir~t; Mrs. Rosa Lee Moten, Shenandoah Jun'~tion; Mrs. Shirley Mae Puller, Charles Town; Mr. James Henry Kirby, ~Millville; Edward Ftoosevett Young Charles Town; Paul Foster Fleag~e ,Charles Town; George T. Murphy RVD 2. Charles Town; ~iss Peggy Anderson, Charles Town; :Mrs. Bessie Mdy Steinburn, Har- pers Ferry; Raymond /bert btot- ler, Millvllle; Mrs. Ellen I~io~a Vi- ands, Charles Town; V~lter Hen- ry Armel, Ransom Mrs. Ruth ]34- erly, Kearneysvitle and Theodore M. Holmes, Harpers Ferry. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr u Z)inner guests on Sunday a% the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rus~ll Swartz a,nd family were Mr. and Mrs. Gold Samuel Kern, Jr. of I~wood, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Starliper and Nancy btarltper. (Mrs. B. H. l~iddleberger from Charles Town and her brother Mr. Stanley l~dgers and Mr. Jim Rodgers of Washington, D. C., ,Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr and children Pete and Judy of Charles Town all enjoyed a wei,ner roast with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr on Wed- nesday evening in her yard The Woman's Society of Christ ~an Service of t~e Lee:town Meth odist Church wi'll have their an- nmtl picnic on SUnday, July 19 ~t ithe park in Charles Town Mr. Roy Purr af Hager~town, ~d. was a ~Aier on Friday even- ~Miss BeLt)ty Jean Poston visited Stmday with Miss Geraldine Pri.tts. Mrs. Charles Willis visited on Tuesday wt,th Mrs. Clarence Long and both wen,t shopping in Mar- %insburg. Mrs. Charles Willis and Mrs. Clarence Long and daughters Joy and KriSti visited Sunday wi~h Mrs. Belle Tarring and Mrs. George Harrison in Bel Air, Md. Joy a~nd Kristi stayed in Bel Air for a visi,t wi,tTt Mrs. Harrison. ~Mrs. Tarring and theothers return ing home on Sunc[ay evening. Miss Margaret Manuel of Blair, W. Va. spent the weekend wi~h Miss Elizabet~h Grove. Mr. and Mrs. RiChard Hug, hes and sons Donnie and Bobbie of H, amil~t~n, Ohio and ,Mr. and Mrs. ES,~ard bpinks of Charles Town were callers on Monday ni,ght at "0he home o~ Mrs. Viola ~hap- man. By Mrs. Pauline Ott 'Seaman Donald T. Oden who is s~ationed on ~he U. S. S. Nor~h- .ham,lYmn, in port ~t NoNolk, Va. .spen,t the weekend wi,th his wife Mrs. Esther Oden and sons, Guy and ,Frankie and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and Sam ily in ~akerton. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie S%one and family of H~mi~,ton, Va. were re- cent visitors of the l~t~t_e~ .pare~ mr. and Mrs. ~eroy L~e,~ricn. ~Mr. and Mrs. Fra,nk Hardy' family of Charles Town were re- tenet visitors of the,laVters moVher *Mrs. IAzzae Engle and family ,Seam~n and Mrs. Donald Oden and son Guy and Becky Kidwtter of ~ake~n were ~turday even- Ing visl,tors of ~xs. Nel.l~e Oclerl and ~amily. Mrs. Mae Ander~n and Mrs. Buckly Penwell o~ Chaxies Town J 7.00-15 - 6-PLY RAYON -ORIGINALEQUIPMENT ..... $ 7.00- 15 -8-PLY RAYON - ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT ..... 8.25- 20- 10aPLY RAYON - SAFE SERVICE TIRES 8.25- 20 - 10-PLY NYLON - HIGHWAY "A" TIRES 9.00- 20 and 10.00 - 20's HAVE" PRICES TOO! m m m m m DOH'T OVFRLOOK THE BAR6AIFIS IFI Till:_. 6.70 - 15. 6-Ply Nylon.--6.00 - 16 6-Ply a2ayon.--6.50 - 16 6-Ply Rayon AND MANY OTHER SIZES AT SAVINGS! USE THE FACTORY BARGAIN TO RETIRE WAC-ONS AT THIS LOW PRICE. Size 6.70-15 As Low As $12.55 Plus Tax and Good Tire Size 6.00.16 As Low As - $11.31 Plus Tax and Good Tire PREMIUM pnd FIRST LINE TIRES REASONABLY PRICED. Rayon and Nylon Quality. PHONE US YOUR REQUIREMENTS BARGAIN QUANTITIES ARE J J J RIGH I AWAY. LIMITED. o COMMUNITY ,II / ,Charles Town, W. Va. Euclid Avenue Phone 375