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D~[ |~||~T ~D iKenney, Josepmne 2i.30 i Long, I~,aac N. ,q 60 Mcboweli Ben 2 00 Pre i ' , LLIII~I~Uh''/ /IJmli KeLly, John L. 20.04 ILong, Robert N. 4 46 M Dowell' El,ton 2"0O m fa iedrC] nL ]aHw *:a prc?cn ed l'.s SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARM :RS OCATE 3 4.90 ]Smel~tzer,4"46['00[[ i if~;~] ~lla~ 'v~eo!, ~i~t " 3.8.7 ]TheY'2[ . L ____]''lit--M U ~Rl!0ira [| 1] ?ur ..... 0:~ MrS.lg~'amuelShelionl"aw aii folloWeds CLOSE MONDAY,/[ -JULY 2719o9 klJflkkl I~hVk~Pkll' AP TIVP' Kirkpatrick, Baxter J. 20.04 [Longerbeam, Elzy D 4.461N!chols,.Rupert_ 6.7OI I Kiwanian from Ebensburg [go G--R THURSDAY, JULY 16, 19 flun'rA[~r~| U~" |A~r~ Kisner, J. Wi'lliam 3.00 ]Longerbeam, Harry W. z.uu ! ~qerce, Marvin .M. 17.64 ! A m ~ | I * ] ' " ~ ----- ~ Lindsay, Delia 6.40mLongerbeam, Harvey 200 Puffmberger Paul W & Rites F~-~ ~ ., Lkncotn, Turner 3.00mLongerbeam, ---. l:mDalmmg the flag cer- Loudoun County A List oI rersons in Ine IAnkley, William 3.00 [ Leonard, Lenier N. 1122[Pain,ter, Joke 21001mr I1" * m [at nalltown on Monday " '" ]*-,- County of Jefferson who are[~Lac~rail,wWililnaifmred 10.0300]Massey, Lorraine H.14.72]Pifer, Rober,t 26.56]|a a,wan, ,ran , --- Camp staff assistants from thelrllSI:orlans ~TIII Delinquent for Non-eaymenl,, au n ~ililiam R 5.84]Moore, Mabel Kelly. et. al. 20.40 ] Price, R~chard M. 2.00/ ...... ,,m--~ v-u~ MzS. Ada Rebecca Shel,ton, Panhandle Council include Jane]Wlo|f ]L][,~ ...... w~rrV . pc , . . ~Murray rtlcnaro ~. (~ of Taxes for the Year 19;18, [ Miller j E Jr 300[ Mary H ]Putman, Roy 2.001 .. . I Negro, wife of Benjamin F. Shel- Moore Ambrose and Mar-~r~i,~ I-**~ aX~al$~l~ x., -, 9 82 ,mRob~inson Douglas 5 02 Mem,oers of the Charles Town ton Sr of Halltown died at her ............. ' ,. -. f ""-=~'~;" I -------- _ J --- ~Minor', F'ranklin B. 3100 ]Martin, Harry H. .... " ...... ul ~narm~ ~uwn mrs ,:s~er uaily The Jul m " he L~UU* 2 00 ]Ross Lucy L 1 12 ]Kdwams Club heard Donald home last F~iday morning follow ........... ;" *" ".~. - i y eetmg of ~ . _.~ C~RLES TOWN DISTRICT [Mock, Donald G. 5.68 ~McDonald, James ...... . . ' - uL nvu~sv]He ~lrg]ma ~epnens . . ~ 11.82 ]Scheuch, Alfred W. & ~Eackles,mortrcmn of Ha~pers ling a long illness. Betsy Mills an~i Lin,~o ~')~,~,~,'~ ~oun Coumy HistoracalSoCietY : [~Morgan, Edward O. 3.00 ]Nick, Joseph H. 2.00 m Eugenia W. 4.46 ]Ferry and Bolivar give an interest [ Born on June 6 1878 at Hall- Mar~ins~,,r~ "" ............. |GO a tour of Harper's Ferry. Allen, Willard~na E.M" & [Morris, Raymond R. 3.00 iNick, Lester N. 4.46 Shirley, George T. 2 24 ing and educational talk on the :town .~he was a daughter of the .... ~" Members of the Society $20.48 ]Morris, Robert M. 8.68 ] Nick, ~headore M. ]Sm,,th, Wilbert L.o . 1.12[ A~'~mOlfoEmbal.mmg" as the p!'o-[la~e Lucy Smoke and the tLev. Read The SPI~IT-ADVOCATI AppelI, J~mesR. & . .. IMurray, Charles 3.00/Ott, George W. 4.46 ,meetat National Park Head?~{ 3.zz i~evens, ~ec,n ~vL ~z virginia 6.70 I~ " ~ne~r regutar weeK'~y JThomas Edwards -------- - .................... /ters, ~nenanaoa:h Stree~ a~ ~; rvosa v. u.aa /Ott, Charles P. 8.68 iPink~t~t. Hazel 2 00 ]Stubbs Andy & Belle 4 46 ]dinner meeting Thursday eveniag [ Sho w~s o ,~J~h~, ,,~ ,~,, ~, /m. EST for a talk on ,the hist( A~ms, John S. . 18.38 [Page, ~McClure 3.00 ]Piper Jess 3.22 ]STripe, 'James 10194 ]at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel. ]Philip's Epi~opa~l"C'hur~'h in'Ch~" RUBBER STAMPS:---Made an? [town and its plans for re gtorah Ai~;, Mrs. rlerman 1~. o.;~ |Papasa Mike 3 00 I~,,,'-~ w ...... ~ ~ _.62 ]Sh.u.vts, Nancy 6.70] In his opening remarksEackles ~rles Town " - p~eZe. you desire. Q u!ck. and Elfi-| Many members .plan ~o'rPi~ L~l;~,onAl~er' Emma : 1.18[tiPatrick: Benjamin & Irma3:001z[R~)d~ers: Earl"G. ....... " "" I .. ......... umpany entry $50 $25 $15 * a.~u i~'~s~, ~a:~nerine 4.46 |stated the Egyptians were the |A ....:" ......... c n~ ~ervme. Tempnone 222, [later on ,tJhe site of old storer An(lerson, Jac..~ a.J~ [Paige, William A. 3.00 ]Rutherford, Gilbert H. 6 90 Shutts William E 2 24 .first people to embalm their dead ~ruuua~e o~ ~orer woHege, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - AD- logo, ~oor~n~, ~nn 1~. ~.~ [Peer, Clarence W. 20.04 ]Sehmiez, Joseph .... Raymond behoved" in tact- hence" all]s. she ....... had taugh,t in the:.~pubfic. VOCATE. OFFICE, North George] ~ _,, ~en,,, J~'ioya z.uu lPenwell, Wager 3.00 [See, Arthur A. ~ . , . ~Hoo~s m ~erKele ano oeuerson 2.00 ]Stroud, Harry L. 16.74 ~dead bodies were embalmed He ]e~, .~.~ Y , Stree:. ~TTENI) CH~'RCH SUND~~ Bagnt, Paul V. 6.68 ]Phelps Ellswort~h Jr. 4 42 [Seal Andrew L 1.22 [Stubbs, Annie 11.16 ]sa~d bhat the Egyptians practiced [ '~urvi=vors in add~ion to her Barb., William . 2.00 [Phillips, George D. 3:00 ]Staubs Harry ~vV. Jr. ~ 3.22 ]Stuckey. Monty 4.46 /three methods of embalming, the ]husband i'nclude six ~laugh*ters ~' ~rasnear, Mewln ~.UU [Pratico, John P. 5.84 |Tobolst~i, Adam E. 2.46 ]Thomas, Elmer & Bertha 3.12 ]first of which was reserved for the [Mrs Harold Phillips Phi la~elphi'a~ ' " 2rown, ~l"ioya - .-, ~-~ ]Ross, ChM'les et. al. 8.52 ]Thompson, Norman E. 3.22 ]Turner, Ray 2.00 [nobility and cost about $900. The JPa "' loire Alberta Scott Mt Ver' m ]-.][~1- ]~1-1~ I~IT L~ O1L'~D~[rl,r'Ix~ ~rown., l-iowar~ r~, 4.6. ]Ramey, W. French 3.00 ]Twyrnan, William M. 6.90 ]Underwood, Buck 2.00 second cost around $300, and was ]non N :~- Mrs George wh'liar~ J[1Ul.~iYlJ~ (I U J[.~l~ ~]~J[~ V IU~J ~.urac~er, ,tv~.(~SL?~. -~ ]Reed, Eddie B. 3.00 ]Whitehurst, Edward W. & ]Was'hington, Allen 1.12 used by l~he average or middle /Washington. D'C" Mrs Fi-.ancis m .......... Clme, 13onal . IRoper, Theadore W. Jr. 17 14 ] Ruth A. 19.62 ]White, Thomas F. 3.12 class citizens. The bodies of poor [Braxton Ha'tltown"Mrs'O,tis Bish m MflT|PE T~ TME B! IBI IP! _ DorisM. 12'33~)P,~per, TheadoreW. Sr. 3.00]Webb, Robert L. 8.14/Whittington C. Albert 1116 'people were simply "sal'ted andlo- cKee;or'"' ' | I~UIIt,~ IU IHE rUDLIL! ~ampbell, C.. M. ! - ]Robinson, Richard V. 3.00|Wilson, Roy. John J. 322|Winston William 670 dried" this cost about $75 net |o~,,_* ..,'p_.~ ~a.; Mrs. L'Hnon l nlVil~#im IV lllh I ~l~i~l~e Carper, wtlham Jo.~ IRowMnd, Donald ] 1.52 IWilson, Robert J. ' . ' ..... walker wasmng.~on" three sons--- 5.68 |Woodfork Wrlham Est. 5 58 body. iBen amin Ji an- 7: ~.*. ' Cm~'rr,~flin, James 2.O0[~wland, William H. 5.84 'Wilt. Cecil2 00 Walter Mason 6'46 Th ..... ~ , " onarry .... ~sonvar. atB;;:S: ::c:|'S~:310th,'IaW~;]a;;er~'i < i~:~.m ~lin, John D. 2.00 ]Rud~l,ph Bentley 3.00 [Wilt, Joseph Jr: ] ' . , . . e speaker sa.~d tha,t in ano]- /Edward Chester" half-brother--- . 4.46 |Wash2~gton, Effie 13.40 .en, t times, that each nation had [Edgar ~)avis Ranson" 17 grand- Because of ill health I am no Ion er C!~ri:, Julian B 2.00 [Slmms, James P. 28.42 [Cogle, Arnold ~'~X/:;-Y'~:-=*'-,~:'~'~y ~.~ its own peculiar method of dis- ]children" and eight great-grand- g i . , - P . g o ~ts dead. The Jews clean children. . * Lee Est ~.00 ]White, Leon 2.24 ~ .body =~ Friends and relatives were rec- ~ r i . m ~nen De,ore curtal. The Baby-/eived at the Smit~h and Strider , ' liie 1 ~ ]a~,o~ ....... in honey wnim the Etheo,~ians lin .................... I clare everyone who has an outstanding' 33.00 ]SHEPHERDSTOWN DISTRICT loin ans immersed the dead body [Funeral Home unbil Monday Morn elate ever one wh . , 'n ' Dillow. Jake 2.000 ITwyman, Cornelia" 7:10 lHerlong, Robert P. & ,~ .... ~re, ~ooerI~ ~,. 4.46 ' . v .. s ....... .--c .uuy w~s removeo Dillow, Son. .~ ]~wyman, Darrel'l E. 3.00 ] Jean T. 27 10 [~llen, Clarence 3.12covered each body w~th wax be- Lt~o St. Philip's Episcopal Church I bala l m,~ ,~;~ it Dillow, wllham . ;'~4 ITwyman, Darrell Edward /Kellan, Laura V. a'on [Bird Allen F & C F 72 ]~ rare burying. one ureeKs and rco- izor services at 11 a m conducted uaaaHvv ua a viii uwlil~ lIl~ I[l~Rlll~ ~y:: ..... m ' ' *; .... [Brown Chester H 670 ans, except Cathohcs, cremated :by the Rev Charles Johnson . '; Dodson, Charles M. 9"02 | Admr. . 32.00 l iller, Elwoo~i L. a point to settle same in full not lat 8"90l~rown' John E ' 3"90 their dead. ). Intermem in ::olivar a olnt to settle same in tereri Eby, George 2"00/'/'wyman, Jesse 3.00 ]Ovelton, Rexford et ux 47........ , P full not la lgAltott, Ameil /Taylor, Alvin N. 3.00 IStephenson, Ralph L. & [Brown, Joseph 2 80 Mr. Eackles satd tha~ the pro- .. emetery. 22.14 IBarrn, Carl Sr. 2:00 sent method of embalming came I__- ..... 1 than Amrust let. 1959. ~ngle, Hobet~M. 13.~,Tay!or, Donald L. 8.68, Mary - IBiiiyJr ;0000 : !IF th Day At l+erren, l,~oyfl. 1~. ' .3~ ,Taylor, Douglas B. Jr. 5.84 ,Stephenson Richard L 28.10 y I ....... -~" Fiddler, .alpn ]'0~ [Terry, William F. 3.00 ISmith, Emerson E. a Y B/ Franks, Henry [Tldwell, W.illiam K. 8.68 ]Spindel, Frances Kaplon 5'90 I; Y, 4.46 " ! " . . s " ' I blrl cour uamp OranmuVh, Clara & Clara , ~ IThornton, Robert 3.00 iStaubs, Harding R. 3.00" IBo--ery , Ca-r-"~ u. o..~ ,o veins ano arteries., this preserving". -------- I G. Klansingo ~.~]Togans, Thomas 3.00 [Stephenson Phillip 3 00 Boyd, Clarence 4.24 the body. ] The Fourth was a bi, day ,atI RALPH G. HOLMES Gaynor, Theodore M. v-0- I TolbePt, William Wesley 3.00 IS~neberger, Oscar " ~ ....... - Grimes, J~u~S ?. 1~'7~ ITstn' Harry P. 14.36 [Weaver. George C. 41468 a Mr eoArllgeenBrMea haluln r O2u;ed I jalr S: ut Cr?~[ A~J~ 4~~:r I 405-R EUCLID AVENUI~ ~ousoen, m 2'00 ]Turner, George E 3.00 [White George J. l0 38 I~ , Y . 2.00 "r~tenoent of Powhatan Brass and ]American Flag was presented to I I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Hardy, Elmer Ad~nr [Uademvood, John 4.42 ]Wiles,' Harry F. Jr. 3"00 ]Campbell, Harriet, t 2.80 Iron Works, Ran'son; and Dr. Don Ithe camp by the Forty and Eigh!t, I m ................ ' "'" ' "~" ,Harts, George E. . 1 56 1Vireos, O.L. 3.00 l " ]Carter, Elmer 2.00 ~Mas,ters as his sleets. Both men l of Winchester, and t,he old flagI . .Ed~vin H..Nirkir Est. .^,, ]Wa.inwri~ht, Sdzzie Hrs. 7.10 IBOLIVAR CORPORATION ]Clem, Harold 6.46 were formerly natives of Canada. [was burned. A picnic supper and l~ .~arnsoa, ~a~on ~.~ ]Wh~tmore, William A. 3.00 l ]Creamer, Allen L, 13.16 ..... haynes, d,ac~on IWise, Mary & F~ank Hrs. 2 84 ]Brax, ton, Norman 3.00 [Creamer, Charles W. 6.46 Helsley, Raymond 2.00 lWalker, Lucy M. 5:68 iCooper, Dennis Lee & ]Creamer, Jo'hn L. 4.46 ~ya&t, Harry C. 3.18 [Ward, Marvin 3.00 ] Mary L. 2.96 IC_reamer, John W. 2.00 , Howell, Raymond J.. 14.88 lWare, Charles E. 5.84 ]Du,nn, Franl~lin D, 3.00 i Creamer, Robert W. 4.24 "~r~'~ T ~ ~ T Y ~ ~ JOhnson, Jerry M. Es~. l~'~[Webster' Donald L. 21.30[Fox, John & Wife ll.08/DeLauter, Ed 3.12 I ir Jr i i o,e~mes, Kugene iWtlliams, Bennett Lee 11.52[Go ns, Lawson S. 22.14[Domer, Charles Lee 3.12 mr i i~ - i - Jefferies, George ~Vl. 30.10 [Wraga, Walter 39.94 [Gallwban, Rollin B. 3.00 [Dgnivan, Lewis 2.00 m~=~" ~ I ~ ~ I I . Jenkins, He:rbo~r+ _~._U_~lWratchford, Herman R. 19,881Grim, Phillip 3.001Elliott, Robert D. 10.94 ~ ~ I 1I Johnson, Margaret2.X | ]Hardy, Edward L. 3.00]Fields, W. W, 2.00 I ,t i ik Kackle., +~,.y..~, ,~~ " ? RANSON CORPORATIn~ iIngram, Ralph ~Eeadle, Eugene R., 13.7. I' -=- [Jackson, James c. I;r%7: ... J. LJ..L+ J.+ J.~J.~J J. Kearns, Eugene 18.38 tA halt, Bessie C. 8.88~Kenny, Lewis M. 8.90 [Garino. R. C. + 15.64 Kern, Hickory A. [Alger, "Amanda J. 4.26 ILane, Ch.arlesS Jr. 26.58 [Gran.th,am, Wilbur 2.00 Kimes, ThomasH. 4.681Anders, PaulR. 4,42]Longerbeam, M, illardE, =o CHAltLES TOWN ItOBSE ,HOW ASSOCIATION INC Kiag, Phlll'ip 2.00 I Bond, J+ack L. & Ollie 11.52 IManuel, William A. 3,00 Grove, Samuel 2.00 ( I Lee, Lena 6.78 IBagent, Gilbert 4.421Napper, C.T. 2.96 Holburner, William B. et. al. 2.24 Lloyd, Willard D. 2.03~ IBallenger, James H. 8.68 ]Rutherford, George 4.48 Hovermale, W.J. 5.511 + Lancamer, CalnVidn IBentz, Garnet 3.00 ]Rutherford, Richard T. 3.00 Harris, Ealy 2.00 : I ' Larue, Raymo 2.00 [Bowers, James A. 3.00 ]Staubs, Floyd L. 5:96 H~Pwe~l,l,jW~tliam 33:~2 j | e. Lewis 2 00 Brait'hwai+e Glenn & Zombro Donald D bfathargel 4:34[ Betty J: 17.20[K iJenkins, Roy 4.96 + . ABLE'TOWN DISTRICT. 'Mark J 14 04 Breede~n Ernest P 11 52 ]Jones, WH~hrow 2.00 Ii P R ,=, 00,, August 5 and 7 Long, JamesW. Jr, 2. |Burdette, H. Paul 8.68]Adcoek Emmft t earns'vir+ni'as' '+ /hurstlayantl riday ,Maphis Dalford 27.76 [Cot'ta, Domineck & Mary L. 2.84 I~ ...... ~.~.=~ ~++ 26.46 K.ibler, W. Howard & ' 1 18 ..... s ~,-~,~,~ ,~*~. {Marshall Lee Allen St. [Custer, W:ilham L. & [Borr" ~"~o-* D ' 35 + ~ ........... Lee, Wms H. ~ife 2.24 ~a~oon: jC:ro~e E.Lee 2'02 [Car~5~:l~SrtLL. 1;:66 ]B~reaeddleeY" KE?wnonoeth 412~ 3"12 Link, Will:i~m Pre.~ton 28133 -- ' Myers, Donald H. 4.34 [Carey, George 4.42 ]Burner '~.d~,mr 9"nn i Li,nk, Howard 8.70 . hn H 6 ~i Comer Rober, t T 5 84 ........... I ~VIyers, Jo . " ' ' - r r 04 Bune,John " Mauck. Ke.nneth 2.oo ENTRIES CLOSE ON JULY 27 ' McDonald, Eleanor Y, 14. [cCrum, HubePt 5.84 ]CBrouse Calvin Ma'son, R. M. &D. O. 15.64 ". N,i~nolson. Lon.ny 6.68 [CummJngs,. W~J. 20.04 ICurry 'Charles 3.12 'Moler Elsie E 2 24 , Nuckels John Thomas 2.00 [Dodson Major & 1U-,. __' .... ;,': ...... 2.00 Nf0rir0e, Jake" 2:00 ' " " !81' i"unn' win'am ~a" ~'+~' ~'.. ] Monroe, John "2,00 : OO~tlen~W~raW C!~Vn~dn Hrs 11~ [EDOverrSe~yaoYG~Mva~:mAfnii i~~i~ 9~'~ IMoore, Robert W. 8.70 "2"~ I Morgan, Russell H. Jr.17.64 m 2'~ I Morrow, Henry W.-Trus,tees 4.46 ' "" Ott: Harry E. 2,00 ]Grim. W~tton .. 3.00 ]Garner: Roy 2"X~ ]Myers, William Luther 1.12 4'uu McCann Charles 2.00 v O'tt Martha a.~ :In,orris, ,'orris rtay 17.0+ [Getts Elmer .46 [Nunuma~:er Leon W 3 12 PONY DIVISION REGISTERED . A or't: William 2.00 [Haftsock, Edward L. 8.68 IOrim' Clarence .... 'Palmer Pa," " ,;an QU RTER HORSE P~nter Thomas E. 4.34/Hardy Howard E. 11 42 I nm' George W '~' ..... 13,16 - Painter' Charles L 200 Hardy Stanley Frye 868 ' ' ~ " Penwell; ~arold ' orrest' L_ , 8.68' IHarirsonIHarrisn Real Esta:teE. C & , Inc.44.78 l ,raal nheerr, i :24 THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1959 AND THOROUGHBRED DIVISION Penwell BaXePt J. .0 [HOlly, Guy ~ aneima 37.101- ~";;'~+ ~ 24.561Ree~yRman'EugeneEUgene & Margaret 10"94758 LIST OF CLASSES, PRIZES--ENTRY FEES FREE. FR .......... " "~- Penwell, Henry 2.00.}Houffh, Sammy 5.68 [He.nson'~be~'L 4 24 [~ ' -. -'^- IDADY, AUGUST 7, 1 a9 Penwell, Thomas G. 2.00|Jackson, PhHlip N. 3.00]Jackson Alex & Elizabeth 1"12 I~~ers~-..~lmer 2.uu Class and l~amber To Be Filled In On Entry Form. Penwell,~ Robert N. 2.00 ]Jenkins Mervln R. 5 84 ]Jones Samuel Est " ~ 334" ~cneH, William ~.'~o LI~ST OF CLASSES PRIZES ENTRY FEES FREE ' ,R~sburg, Manard 2.00 ~Lanham, Alex M. Jr. 5.68 ]Jackson Hugh *" 2",n [Schley, Martin 2.00 ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, JULY 27, 1959. ' -- " P~msburg, ~mory 2.00,L~wson, Harry 3.001jenkins,' Lewis s. 6:; lS e e esnonRi+ ert 3"12 Class and Number To+ Be Filled In On Entry For.. + ,12 oby, Wi+l .am_J. ,en: em 9" +.6.+ tJenk,ins. Virg, ima I 2.24Step~ens, 'E. B. 2100 ~ ENTRIE ~- l~oyce, ,J_on,n w. ~.~ } .a~e, w,Hnam r~. a.~2 [Jones David Skyline Spring' Corporation 7.60 Lloyd, Virgil E. Sr. 3.00 [Kees 'Ruth Thrall Charles P 1 12 CLASS NO 1 let 2nd 3rd 4th ' " 2 24 ......... S~cca, Helen 7.02 ~Long, C. Raymond 3.00 IKing' Roy Le- 6"70 Turner_Clarence 3.1~ Po~y Mare and Foal, not exceeding Jeneindiver, Bernard K.7.68i Long, Isaac 4.42 IT; .... "'~"~ ~='~"" 25"44 [w.aoe.cK, ~ernme ~.~a 50 inches to be judged together .................. Simpson, Ed,ward 1 .0 ~M. & K. Super Market 67.90 2"O0 I-w.a .m.ng n' anie, Show to halter, Ope. O.ly to Ja- REGISTERED OUARTER HORSE , 38~ ................ ___. _ ~Smallwood P~bert A. ,1 ,*Maphis, Allen C. 3.00 I.~t~:,~ ..... ~. ~L...,. 19"86 ~wasnln~on,.r~mgsley .z.uv ferson County Breeders ..............$50 $25 $15 $10 . ~ . Smeltzer, Harry 2.00 Maphis, .Marwn W. 4.42 J'MHl~r Elmer 2"0^ z wmcmer. Jonn w. l~.~u CLASS NO 11 ~, ~.a ~.a 4t~ ou ard omas 2oo McOee Wil.am D & .omer C'ASS NO Mare Foal to be udged toge+her = " =0 Sowers ,Marion C. 4.34 ] *Mildred F. 25.56 )Poles An~hon,, ~ .78 i ' ' Pony Mare and Foal not exceeding 50 Shown to halter " $50 $25 S15 $~ S~agner, Leon M. 2,00 v~cKee, I~. nald 1.42 IPenwell Robert ~" 2.24 |SHEPHERDSTOWN CORP inches. Open. To be judged ,together. " ........................ ~taubs Fred ~.~ [Newman, avlax 10.10 Ip, oreo ~rilq'~ "~" ' 200 ........ ...... 4.24 [ " Shown to halter .................... $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 12 ~Btaubs Arnold [Penwell, Granville 3.00 [~,~ an,~io T~,,+o+, ' ' 4 34 ................ 5.58 IAbShire, CLletus 4.10 ' Yearling and Two Year Olds. Suit- : ~!~troop D. +A . }Propst, William Luther 3.00 [w~+,,h~ .l~mo~ ' 772 ............. ""~+ 2.00 IBrooks, Le~n 3.00 CLASS NO. 3 ~ble to become stock horses. 10 " Thomas, John Jr. . ~ Pulse, Raymond 3.00 ]Riggldman Harman Turner, Oscar H. & Wife 4.68. Russell, I. H. Est. 4,62 [l:~bi,n~n I,,,le 4.24 ]Brown, Burton 3.00 Yearling Ponies, 42 inches a~d under $50 $25 $15 $10 Extended Pedigree to accompany entry $50 $25 $15 $ i Taylor, B~bert E. Jr. 4.68 .Ranki.n, Lewis 2.84 [ per. arn on, a.a~ i~rown, m,ess ~.uv I 6.46 IBurgan, Henry C. 3.00 CLASS NO. 4 :Total;in, Edward S. 2.00 iRedwan, C. William 3.00 ]Russ 'Nast,hah 2.00 [Carpenter, Wesley C. 3.00 Yearlino Ponies ..... a9 ~.,,~,~ ~ ,o~ ,~ ~., ~urner, Marshall 2.00 Ridgeley, Robert Edward 8.68 ]Russ' Thomas 2.00 IClark Gordan 3.00 ........................ Tor'ner, Ke,nne~h 4.68 Sanders, El,ton M. 8.68[S~vens FAre 1.12]Creamer, Thomas W. 5.74 CLASS NO. 5 ,~a~.-~,~+txJ..,+t+,x=+JL~ U~+derwood, John 2,00 ,Smi!th, Clyde R.J. 8.68 [Smallwood BurweP ~'iand:;, Leonard W 2.00 Sowers, Wilbur & Elise 3.00 ]Sowers Claude " 4.24 ICramer, Thomas Wesley 8.46 Ponies on lead rein. To be ridden by CLASS NO. 13 . z uo ~JrowJ a n ~ou 'd ot e cee n rs f %Vheeler Ten,pie G -Gdn 2 t6 Stocks Emerson & [VT;o =, ' " " " ~'R~ [r)~v,~'~hi'r~ 'Phew~,~ 4"1fl chi! z'en n x . di! g 4 yea o. age. Thoroughbred Foal of 1959 ......... $50 $25 $15 SlY , .... ,,,,ylor, ~. Lrvlng Wilson, J~hn Jr. 2.34[ Geral~ne 17.20 ]'~homas Ernest ='== [= ...... '~.-~,. +-'= .... .v:.= auagea on smmDiti~y as a ~Degmners . ! ^..~ |.~ , . , ..... mou~t. Manners and kindness 90/~, S NO. 14 .Woodward, Henry M. 2.00+'Paylor, James E. 1.42 ]Thomas' N~I W .... z uo uomer aumor Lee ~.uu ' ~' ' CLAS Zinn Harry J. 3.18 Taylor, Shirley & Carrie 5.84 ]'rhnmas' Rr*h~pt." ~'~.~ [--~unm.vreL^~-enne[n .... ;~.vu Conformation 10%. Ponies should be Thoroughbred Broodmares. To be " b 4~ )SlCl2eloex~x ~t~v~y ~ .................. Taylor, David " 3001Tw~an Francis I , .^~. able to stand readily without being judged as potential producers of horses | . ~'^^ y eader ................. $50 $25 $15 $10 of excellent conformatmn Foals may ~~ ~u~ ~u~r. Vernon T V 11 52 ~, .... ;~^__, ~ . 2 00 Anna R m ~ controlled bl , - a.~, ~..~u~ r. 2 24 Fltz william ~ uu be a ...... 5 84 IWh~ing~on, C. Albert 1.42 IVorous Ben . / , . t szde bu,t will not be considered 2.00 ]Frederick George 3.00 CLASS NO 6 Certificate from -wn-- - ^7 .Anaerson ~eorge w. - I Willi~.-~ r~. ,a . ~ I v , 3 35 |Gran,tham John E 3 00 Ponies under .... l ................. "" - Bailey [)avis R 7.26 }~,'._t~_'~ ..... ~?~'~ _ .. .. .o~ i W~alker Beu~h J. ' " u e{ or agen~ ,,~ ____ '. ,-. _ " ,,,, ~, )wyn~oop Mary ~. ~ nrs "1 ,lz I Whi,te William ~',m [wro~,.~,~t, :D ~ "~'o+" ~o'la ~xau ~. x'~x- romps nob ~l;alllon mas mares which haye never ~lle~yY~l~r~e ~:g~lWmm~oOnn, NOielsbenrt It. 55-86six'V inf')t, Francis .... " ........................ +- exceeding 4(i inches. To walk trot produced have bee~ properly bred ' 2.00 ]Hopewell: Je~mes 7.10 and canter. Manners, Kindness and during the season of 1959 must .. m,oy .+w+ ~.~0 l WhlCti 'd n, RobertL. 5:84 I 3.90/Hun+er, Margaret G. o.,a suitability 75% ~onform-,,i-n ,~c~.. ............ , _ *lV 3 12 Holmes Clarence 3 00 Children'ridin i J~ ...................... ...... --'"% ....... 1~'~~ Wilson Will~i~m C 8.68 I - ' o- | . , . . "._ g n the lead rein clas .... _.~:$erry., ~ay2 ~" 17"20 ' Wood 'Clayton ' ' 3 00 ]MIDDLEWAY DISTRICT |I:ru.gnes, J.O~n .W. 5.46 Nos. 5 and 7, not eligible for this class. $50 $25 $15 $10 CLASS NO. 15 . ~snop tlerman Writ~' J H , OaCK'SOft cnartes ~.vu Thor lU I,.... ....... o.o ~..~ ..... oughbred Yearhng Filly ....... $200 $75 $25 $ ' " . 10 66 Boyd. Donald M. 8,68[ ' ' ]Albert, Charles E. et. al. Jr .......................... u. , ' N 58.94 [~^dri~k ~.,w~.., . 3 O0 ....... OTE.--To be judged as indlwduals, Bradford Prank J 5 84 . ~. '. " .'^. !HARPERS FERRY DISTRICT ~A(iams, Russell 3 12 ! ~ ,~ , r~ a.u ~. _ ~'onzes on maa rein, mr chtldren over on Balance, Quality Conformation, ~reea~n, Lee a.(+~l IAlber~ Beth a 1"12[~M~]]er, R~.G. Est. 27.34 4 years of ~ge a~d not exceeding 8- Soundness, and Way of Going. ~urrougks,. Paul F. Sr. 11.6521 Andrew, Alfred H. Jr. 2.4_~ I| 2~]~...f+A'|'h~,*.' ...,.+Rr~,~h.r~ ..... 26'70 IMmer' JOnn re. l~.~}~ years oz age, .to be judged on suitabil- ~ush, WHham 8. 8 I Ainsworth, J.A. 2.00 JAi:len, George 2"24 [Mason, Charles ~ ity as a beginners moun,t. Manners CLASS NO. 16 . Carey, Jesse C. 3.00 ,Bernard Joseph A & [Brown Fleeta R 3'34 ,Ma,t~hews, John T. -- 4.36 and Kindness 90% Conformation 10%. Thoroughbred Yearling Colt of Gelding S200 .75 S25 $1u Carr_ , George ...... 3.3_00 ~ M~ellne C. ~.~o~'~ I~"~row,n,- ' James- ~'.=: 5'72 ~op!nson, a~rr.an ~. ~.~ Ponies should be able to stand readily (Same Rules as Class 15) ...... carson, ,J.aCZ ~ l~.O~ +~3rackett, John C. 2.00]Brown, Thomas M. 2'00 1~~-msn' atarmge ~.^~ without being controlled .by leader.. $50 $25 $15 $10 ...... ,-- ~'on~,ra, harry u. 0 i Burk, lmrt, George Wallace 2.46 I Burker, Joseph 4"2a I~on]ey, ~er~ruae ~. . o.~ " ut-~t~ NO. 17 . Cooper, Pran:cls W. 8.681Cogle, Charles C. 4.301Burker, Lewis ~'n~ISan'bower, George W. 3.00 CLASS NO. 8 Thoroughber 2-Year Olds , ~onn +,,= co5 $I0 Doleman, Christine T. I. 2 ICgle, Ralph & Wife 9.36 mBUrkhart, Eugene Jr. ,~'~" ISanbower, JosePh E. " 3.00 Ponies Under Saddle. For Ponies 50 ('Same Rules as Class" 15) ...... ~"~ ~.o ,~- ~'~[Schley, John 3.00 ,inches and not .exceeding 56 inches, Defl~ing~ton, James M. 8.68 i C~icvh~riOhi, A,n+tonio 7.36 I Carter, Arthur v oz Dlgnazio. Ellard . 3.00,Cook, Edgar V. 2.00 ]Carter, Benjamin F. Jr. 2"nn ~Skinner, W.E. 3.00 to be ridden by boys or girls not over CLASS NO. 18 DH.lard t~red 3.00 t @hicohir~vhl Sarah L. 12 26 J Carter Harry 7'58 ] Snyder, G. W, 3.00 16-years of age. Walk, Trot and Can- Success Class:--For Yearling Colts, E~s~rday, Paul Sr. 3.00 m D'Angelo, Fra:nk 2:00 m@haffn:mn, Fbay, mond & ]Snyder, He,~ry . 3.00 ter. Manners' and way of going 75%" Fillies or Geldings. To be judged as J~vernart, J, ames A. 3.O0iD'Angelo, John W. 2.00[ Lydia A. Springer W L 1666 Conformation 25% ' 50 ehe most li .. -.. . $ $25 $15 $10 kely t~ succeed on the 2.24 i ................. a a~ ]Stus rcovert N 300 , Race Track Pedlar "1] ho m~do ., Y'eagans, Robe~ R. 11.52 eD'Angelo, Michael 4.46 I Clemmins, Charles , . = ee w~ ........... o French, David L. "3.00 [Dodson, Floyd E. 11,82 [Dawson, Inez H. ISwope. l~ber~ W. 3.00 CLASS NO. 9 available ,to the Jud~r~ *on~ *.= *o~ $1 ~reeman. Charles O., 3.00 ]Douglas. Seymour 2.00 IDeimler. Ward 59"45 [S~ley. l~lchard P. 5.74 Roadster Pony--Sho.wn in harness, not Extended Pedigree ~ust" "accompany "~d ~'~ ~"~ ~rye, E6ward C. 3.00 IEn,gM, Rodney & Mary R. 12.42 ]Dunla, p, Austin C, 2"24 [ralley, ~enneth 3.00 exceeding 46 inches to be driven by Entry. ' Trophy 8'oa l W~l'dng+von, Thomas 3.00 chlld 16-years and under ......... $50 $95 $15 $10 - - CPanse. Russell 4,421Fa~lin, Rowland 6.90 [Day, June 3"~tWinfrey Charles E. 24.86 "'" ~ CLASS NO. 19 Oa~mor, George William 11+52 [ Fields. B.C. 6.90 I Demory, Garland .'~.^ t Wasl~i~n A~hUr 5.74 CLASS NO. 10 Thoroughbred Championship. The Gray, Hazr~pton 3.00 i Gram~er, W. T. & Gladys 2.88 I Dick, Douglas ~.~u ]Washing~onl Charles 3.00 Pony Championship:---The Champion ' Champion and Reserve Title "shall be Grove, Fred 11.52 IHarner, Victor R. 4.90 JEisler JOhn S. ~H,l, Nachan E.s.. .. 1.42 IHardy. ~ls J. _ 6.90 ]Ferguson, Robert & .... t Washington, Henry 3.00 and Reserve Title shall be awarded to a~warded to thoroughbreds having ~:amvauc~, Menqn ~a, ~.~ tnaray; william D. 2.00 / Margaret ~ 2~ IWilli~m,s, Art~hur 19.40 Ponies having acquired the h,ighest ~tcquired the hdghest number of points ~rr~s, Mary 2.84 ]Hawk, Charles Newton 2.00 I ' rd. Tucker , ~'~ i Wfll~ams, ViHlam R. 13.94 number of points for ribbons won. . for ribbons won. ~r~art, Francis 5.68 [Hi.nt~n, Lee 2.00 [Frye. J. Wesley Hrs. [ , C. A. Hehle, S+henff of the ~He.nret~y, OuyM. 17.20[J~kson, Thomas F. 4.46]Grim, Melvifi ~'70 County of Jefferson, doswear Championship and Reserve Championship Ribbons. Championship,and Reserve Championship RibIg~ ,~'~ ~h~'t the foregoin~ list is to the , . , Hooe, Robert F, 3.00 1 Jenkins, Melvin W. 6.90 [ H@le, Loudella P. 2"00 best of my knoWledize end belief. / Hottg~, Ernest ft. 25.72 [Kid~rller, Isaac 10,74 I Hardesty, C. T. III .... TIoug~, George ,M. 8.88 [ K~lt'ca,n, Dougl.a.s R. 3.22 [ Johnson, Jerry M. 2"24 complete and accura~ and th~vt I ' , .'~. have received n0ne of the taxes . .. 'Hough, P~h.il~p W. 1.42 1 KelHson, Lestie 2.00 I Ker,ns, Thelma ~ ~ lls ' Johnson, ~tagg~ 4.98 Keys, Lawrence 2.00 ]King, Hassol,a " ted thereon. ' , 419 For All Information, Entry Blanks Details Etc. Write , OW ' dones,.da.me.s~R. 3.00 ]mr y, Howard 2.00[King, Vernie & Irene " C. ^ ~ , , , to C. M. B. BR J~sCn,,~!es C. 4.42 [ Kranen~b ~rg, Gdlber~ 10.58 [ Mc~cavell , J:hnson, J~rne~. E. 3.00+L~belle. Helen L. 4.90]King, Theadore 1.12 S~er4ff of Jefferson Secretary, Charles Town, W. Va., o+r Telephone 980-W, Charles Town, W, Va. o~n, Gnarles D. 3.00 Lane, Na~haniel & Prances L. 3.22 I Kno~t, Kenneth 4"24 country, W. Va. Johrtston, Elaine 5.88 Law, John A. 2.46 ~IcDowel+l, Wtlliam 5.58 July 16=1~,