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,i which he went ,to Wash&ng~on for herdstow,n; Mrs. Eliza. S. Daven- ,business and residence, died in a ~port, widow of Arthur Danveport, Washington hospital. ~tied 8% her home in l~anson. ~he Married - In the Waverly "Me~th- i was one of the organizers of the octist Church, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Charles Town Won~ans Club. Kathleen Ellen WZ)odruff, dough- Dr. R. M. Rau of Frederick, Mzl., ~ter of Mrs. Win. Purcell-U of Lodge, sold the Starry home on E. Wash- AGO m 1949 of ~he cherry harvest completed by the end o~f in local orchards. Je$- Cooperage $~avted picking 27th and have gathered in l~hat time. Pickers have w!herea's in recent weeks have been nec- harvest as mu#h as 100 M. Ennis, general S~per- of the Methodist Chu- that the Methodist will formally open Su,nday School bui~lding the corner of Charles Streets, direoVly oppi- Chamber of Commerce the Bond Parade featured Coun%y Poster Girl Bid- posted ag'ainst a back- of mammoth Savings Samuel E. Wolf formerly in Charles Town from Vs. and Mrs. J,armes Si~tes, son of ,lngton St. to Dr. M. R. Fox of tMrs. David Si~tes and the late Mr. Charles Town.' Jefferson County Court paid Claims total~ling $1,197.75 for sheep ,and lambs kfl:led by dogs in the county for the year ending June 3{}, 1939. ~ites; C(~lonel and Mrs. Thomas J. ~McQuade of Oharies Town announces the enga.gement of ~their daughter Fatrdeia An.n to Mr. l~ay Samuel Berry, son of Mrs. R. L. Berry and the late Mr. Berry of Varwood, W. Va. 20 YEARS AGO -- 1939 Uncle "Nick" Buderachos re- opened business in Charles Town at his old location, formerly "the Wa~shington Candy Ki[tchen", corner of Washingtc~u and La,wren ce St. Died - Mrs. Nettle May Moler, widow of former Sheriff J. Strider "Moler, died at her home in Shep- DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED --- GLASSES FITTED 5 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday. and Thursday OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 P. "M. 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. Vs. / // 30 YEARS AGO --- 1929 The resignation of L. C. V~al,ter as postmaster at Kabtetown re- suRed in orders from the post- offices departmer~t to close the office permanenttly. Married - ~n Vas~ingon, D. C. ~Willi~m B. Loman, son of Mr. and (Mrs. William Loman, of Bolivar ,to M~ss K,~therine C. Bolitsky; in Luray, Va. by the Rev. R. P. Rixey Linden O. Bradley and Miss Helen W. EHyett of Leetown. Sena~tor M~lton Burr bough~ the farm of .the la~e SamuePl L. Wil- liams near Shenandoah Junction conltaining 139 acres for $21,200; C. W. Myers was the purchaser of ~he William store b~l,dmg in Shen andoah Junction for $1650. A new faculty ~as a~)pointed Ifor the Charles Tow.n High School including Mildred Barksdale, Isa- belle Sloan, "Mary Mart, Mr. Rm- ,ter, Mr. Guerry, Louise Sycknor and Mrs. Nellie O. DJ.ck. The Charles Town K~wains Club sponsored ~he en~er~ainmer~t of ~he Fresh Air Children from ~_~_~_~_~_~: _~ ........ PITTS- JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. '%.,., Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M 7:15 & 9:15 P. M: 25_. c : Adult_..._ s 50._c ( - Friday - Saturday July 16, 17 and 18 (All FROM OUR EGG FACTORY Eggs Graded and Candled) but the devil inv@nt~'~ ~r/~Itto ~m4vdot lb CtN(M,~r,OPE and EASW~USC0t0~ ........ a Sunday - Monday - Tuesda July 19, 20 and 21 0RSON WELLES- DIANE VARSI DEAN STOGIONELL 17 Charles Town, W. Va. Wednesday - Thurs. - Friday July 22, 23 and 24 mm~ Sunday Showh:--3 & 8 P. M MICKEY Btf,,4~ ~Ht~ t,'H~TID At.Slit eoseI". When Dad dons his chef's apron and cain you know something good.Js_cQoking. And if he needs to answer the phone while the steak is sizzling, why not make it eass for him? Let us install a telephone right there a[; his barbecue-or, perhaps, on the patio or at the pool. Choose any of ten lovely colors to blend with your color scheme. It brings new convenience to outdoor livo ing-and it costs so little. Just phone cue Business Office. America% Second Largest Telephone Systenl protector of your family, you deserve nothing less than insurance with P.S., Personal Service. Person- al Service means building your insurance progam to fit you alone. For expert Personal Service, call our office today. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 New York Ci~ty. 40 YEARS~'~O ~ 1919 Na~iona:l Pro~lbltlrOn became effective July 1, 1919. Died - 2~t his home, in Charles Town, N. S. J. Strider, ~t her home in Middleway Miss Gertrude Sh~ull. "Zeke" "Morris colored, old tlme ~lacksmi~h of t~he country, died at ~he home of his daug,hter, in Charles Town. C. L. Hicks employed on t;he ~arm of Vhe Standard Lime & Stone Co. nvar Peacher's Mill, ~l~is cour~ty was killed when Vhr- own from the saddle horse in a ~team to a binder. Brown L. RisSler, who had served in the Infan%ry in the A. E. F. in France and Germany return- ed to work in the Farmers Advo- cate office in Charles Town. 50 YEARS AGO -- 1909 l~algh E. Fry a~ud "Miss Gertrude R. Lewis, dau~h~ter of Mr. and iMrs. Samuel E. Lewis, formerly of Chis county, were m'arried in York, Pa. "Miss Sallie Wysong died ~t her home in Shepherdstown. The first vche:a% of the hew crop was delivered in Charles Town by Thomas Framer who was paid $1.10 a bushel for i,t. Robert L. Bates of Middleway Ithis cour~ty, was "appointed princ- ipal of the High School a~ He,ices vMle, W. Va. DireCtors of the Winchester and W, ashington City R~ilway Co,m- party now the Northern Va. Power Co. were elected as follows: Lewis F. Coopei', Charles Mull~kin, S. L. Hoover, Col. R. P. Chew, E. V. Weems, ~arry Warden, W. H. Baker and A. M~re, Jr. The Rev. E. L. Wilson for many years pastor of the Presbyterian 'Ohuroh at W~terford, VS. resigned because of ill health. 60 YEARS AGO --- 1899 George M. Bel~t~hoover, Jr. of ~hepherdd~town g~adurated at the West Virginia University wi,th the degree of A. B. J. Elwood Fosse~t ,and ~Viiss Bessie Hunter S~,tes b~h of Harp- ors Perry were married in St. Jo'hn's ~buvch there by Rev. E. E. iSha~. Dr. Eldridge Woff son of Rev. J. H. Woff of Oharles Town ~passed a credita~b:le examin,whion before the Sta)te Board of Medical Ex, wminers in Md. ~res.hmenLs of i.ce cream, cakes 50,81.3 'and is believed to be with-, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r,m eas ADVOCATE "and candy were served. ]o1~ preceden~ in livestock history. [ ................... 1"5" ~-~-B "Mr. and ~VIrs. E'a~l Rodgers of[ The A~soci,~tion ranks as the | TtIUtfbVAI, JUL][ IO, ~ ~ Brunswick, Md. ~pent Saturday [world's largest d~dry c~t~le regi-I ........... night with Mr. and Mrs. Captain ]stry organiza~aion. It maintains all | l~odgers:~d~ and family. ~ offieAal records of the Holstein [ 1 - tMrs" ~vIagg~e Longer~eam is nw I breed in t~s cour~trY a~t t~ Bra~" ]~~ Mrs. Ellie Piper and her LLOYD leboro Vermon~ headquarters. R s,pe~uding some time w itth her More than 200,000 calves are S PLUMBING ~D HE~TIH6 dauT,,,ter | registered each year in the Hod- | family. P.fc. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus- ] steln-Friesi,an Herd Book. Over | ~ ...... ,tis, Va. spent, :0he weekend with[2135 000 animals are" officially transIII ~~,, . :his w)fe Betty at the home of her/ferved to new owners. II ~--o Septic Tanks and parents "Mr. and ~VIrs. Frank Cowle. ] In udd~ition, close ~o 100,000 | "M,r. and "Mrs. Walter Cogle ,andlcows are enrolled in the ~ci-/ 1~..'.4~,'.,|~ __ ~4-..n ...I l~;~.~ two children Susan and Donald,/a~tton's official produ~ion tes~ng|~ l.~li[I, llllJll:711U[~ "" k.DtIPlIIE:; Ki, IIU l.Jll ,Mrs. Mary Ann Cogle, "Mrs. Leona | programs. More th'an ,t4,000 were I Everhart ~and daughter Wandalel~sified for type during 1958, II ............. weretors wi,ththe ~uaday'Mr. anda~ternnMrs. EnochVisi'[ Good l~~mes unex- II PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. CA, ,town, ~VId. "Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Howard Cogle and son spent Sunday with Mr. and "Mrs. David Brackett* and f~mily in "MiMviMe. tMrs. David Brackett ,and child- ren, Miss Betty Viands of ~VIH1- vHle were t~he Friday evening vis- itors with "Mr. and "Mrs. Howard Cogle :and son. "Mrs. Dorothy Grove ,and her children were the visi,tors witth her mother "Mrs. Louise Howell ~nd f~miiy in Chestnutt HiM. ;Mr. ~md 'Mrs. Junior Grove and ,family were ,callers with t,he lat- ters paren,ts "Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lon,gerbeam in Chestnut Hill. R. W. McCormick One Of 1,310 Hew Members Holstein Association R. W. McCormick, Kearneysvilie: .was one of 1,310 new members "adn~i,tted to the Holstein-Friesian Association of America by recen& ,a,c~ion of the Boazxl of Direotors. Membership i,n the national Hol stein organization now ,totals NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE! Notice is hereby given that by virtue of tha~ certain deed of trust dated the 26%h day of August, 1~55, made by James E. Ham- round and Anne F. Ha~nmond, ~his wife, to John C. Core, Jr. and Roscoe W. Brown, Trustees, of re- cord in ihe Office of the Clerk of che County Court of Jefferson named in such deed of trust, hav- in'g resigned as su~c~ Trustee and having refused to ~ct ~nder such deed of trust and to execute ~he trust thereby crea~ed and ~mOos- ed up(xu him, I, the undersigned, l~oscoe W. Brown, Tru~ee, ac~ing as sole and remaini,u,g Trustee and ,having been required so to do by said Admir~str~tor of Veterans' Affairs, ~he owner and holder of suez ,promissory nete, and havl~g Sul,1 and absolute po~ver and auth- ority in the 'premises will on Wed nesday, ~0he 9i~h day of August 1959 bet~veen the hours of 11:00 a. m. and 1:00 9. m., Easte,rn ~tandard Time, offer for sale and County, W. Va. in, Trust Deed 70 YEARS AGO---1889 IBookNo. 207, .Page 93 and given ~Vlrs. Ca~erine Rent0h died at i to secure urtto the Admini~rator ithe home of her son, Postamaster, of Veterans' Affairs, an Officer D. S. Rentch in Shepherdstown. of the Umted S~t~tes of America, Thaddeus Raney passed array ,the payment of the sum of Four "at his home in Charles Town; his Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars ~funerai being Vhe fi~st robe in the $4,500.00) evidenced by a negof new St. J,~mes Catholic Church, ia~le ~promissory note, default hay Charles Town. in.g been made in the paymen~t of Married in the M. E. Parso~nage such s~m "and the said John C. B~livar, by the Rev. C. O. Issac, Core, Jr., 0Re 0~ the Trustees sell wt public auction,$or cash, to the highest bidder at Vhe fron door of the courthouse of Jeffer- son Coun~ty, W. Vs., the following oroperty, to-wit: All those t~vo cer cain lots or parcels of land ~o-. ,gether wi~h a two s~)ry frame dwelling house and other improve ~ner~ts thereon, situated at Shen- andoah Junction, Jefferson ~oun- ty, West Virginia. known and de- signeted as lots number (7) seven ,and (8) ei g~ht in block (11) eleven as the same are laid out and de- signated on the ~l~t of "Shasta" of record in the Of Bce of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, W. Vs., in deed book Y page 129; said lo.t number 8, block 11, fronting 55 feet on Fourth Avenue and running back between parrallel ~ines 126 feet to an alleyl said 'Io6 No. 7 in block 11 fronting 55 feet on Fourth S~ree~ and run ning b~vck between parrallel lines 126 feet to an alley. Given under my hand this the 18bh day of June, 1959. Roscoe W. Brows, Trustee June 25-4T- I i You can't win ,*when you're being sued If you are the defendant in-a' liability case, you're on a spot. From a financial standpoint. you can't win. Even when the decision goes your way. there are the lawyer's fee and other costs to take care of. Our Comprehensive Personal Liability Policy protects you against personal injury and property damage losses result- ing from law_su!~ S~_ u,s no_W-,, iHartf0rd Fir "4~illiam H. Pea~her and Miss Pan- nie L. "Manuel, both of the county; wt H.az~pers Ferry by the Rev. Jwmes Stephenson, Charles C. *Farr and Miss May E. Van Lear. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard The Sund~ay School oicnic will ,be held on the Church lawn on July 18. Everyone ~s invi,ted to "att6nd. ,Mrs. Ellen Cole was a patient in the Charles Town General Hos piita:l ,for severa)l days. Her mother ~/Irs. Leones S~aubs was a guest ,Wt the Cole :home taking care of ~the ~family. Nancy Davis, daughter of Mrs. Esther Spitler was a~u overnight gues,t at ,the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital on "Monday ~orX- rays and treatments. a nMrMasn.dG Ie i2 tuhferr2 wg e e 'Pt Sunday visitors with ~Vir. and ~Vlrs. Enoch Holmes and fa,mily in ,Hag- erstown, "Md. "Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~bert Spitler and children Terry ,and Nancy Davis spent several days at Colonial Beach, Vs. They also motored to Luray, ~a. and visited the caverns Chore, ~leaving on Saturday morn- ~ng and returning on iMonday even ing. They reported "as o baying a woadezfui time. WIr. "and Mrs. George Talton and ~children, Mr. and ~VIrs. Garland Piper of Ohes~tnut Hill were the Sunday visitors with ~r. and ,Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family and ,Mrs. ~Iaude Everhar. ,Mrs. Ethel Ridgeway of Bruns- wick, "Md., "Mrs. Celena Yeagy ,and daughter, !Mrs. Patsy Stump and d,aughter Karin, Mrs. Glenda Bell of B'a~timore, Md. were the Sun- day callers with ~heir aunt "Mrs. "Maude Everbart ,and family. "Mr. ,and "Mrs. Donald Staubs ,and children of Baltimore, Md. rda m ht guests w~th were Satu y, :g ' :Mr. and ~irs. Raymond .Cole and family.f~ "Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Everhart and Arlene "Maphis, Mr. and WIrs. John W~hi.tehair~and son Keith, "Mr. and ~rs. Thurman Pi,per a,ud David ~Iaphis, motored to ,Front iRoyal, Va. on Sa,turday morning. They visited the caverns at Luray, Va. and spending the night in :,motels. They returned to their home on Sunday and repotted that ~hey had a nice :time and e~joyed ,the scenerey very much. "Mrs. Celia White and children "Mrs. Betty Buford, Brs. Ada Cogle ,and son Alvin, "Mr. Melvin Piper were visitors on Wednesday with i'Mrs. George Renner and Ohildren in ~Hagerstown, ~id. ~Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs ,and children of Baltimone, Md. were ~unday callers wiLh ,Mr. and "Mrs. Vernon Staubs ~nd family. 1Mrs. Hazel Staubs and child- ren .and Miss Nancy Davis were the callers with Mr. ,and Mrs. Rodney Fields in Ranso,u. Li,ttle Norman Rodgers cele- brated her third birthday on July 13 :and little Brenda Chapman of Mannings her fith biz%hday .on July "31. A birthday party was given 'Vhem on Sunday by their mithers tMrs. l~rances Rodgers .and ~Mrs. Shirley Chapma,u. Those who .helped them to celebrate 'the oc- casion 'were "Mrs. Hazel Staubs and c2zildren, Ruby, IAnda, Sandra and Randall ~a~d Gary, ~Vivs. Del- ma Sta,~bs and son Lewis, ,Der'lene, Danny :and Glen Everh~rt, Arlene IMa, phis, tMrs. Shirley Chapman ,and ohildre,n, Stevie, Sharon and ~usan ,~nd Nancy D'avis, a,nd ,Dale Grove and Mrs. Earl R~lgers. Re- Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block to your location. Route 15, Open Daily IL 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday INSECTICIDE '