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ii: Ii ii Honors in Girl Win! Top Sidewalk Art Show 10 for a two week,~ vacation in Maine and Canada. Miss Lucy B. Farnsworlh of Sunnunit Point and Washington left from Friendship Airport on Tuesday by Trans World Airline Jet for a vacation in California visiting friends in ttollywood, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Miss Wendy Kihner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kilmer recently spent several days with :her great uncle and aunt Mr. and VIrs. It. It. Reynolds of Baltimore, Md. I Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Riley I had as their guests last week Mr. Riley's nephew and wife Mr. and {rs. Robert Leishure of Laurel, ~Id. Mrs. A. J. Morrell of Westminis er, Md. and Mrs. W. B. Hammond )f Kearneysville spent the week- ~nd with Mrs. E. B. Mong. Newly W[ of The Moose Are Town Chapter 6--A THURSDAY, JULY rick, Richard Wright and Bruce 49th Exhibition Church, the latter an alternate, all from the Shepherdstown team, Danny Dillow and Steve D Angelo Horse Show ~were named from Millville. I At present Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry are tied for the Today And Frida1 ! runner-up spot in league play. The Potomac All-Stars will The 49th annual meet the Martinsburg All-Stars in the first round of District Five playoffs July 20-29. The Berkeley Springs and Paw Paw League All- Stars will meet in first round play. County Farmer Killed In Tractor Accident the Charles Town Horse sociation, Inc. is being the Charles Town Race day (Thursday) and entries in all classes are as they have ever There are a total of tars from Virginia, West Virginia, in the ion and 19 for the and Thoroughbred Mrs. Harry I, ee BoxweI1, Berry The Pony Division,of ,tile visited her mother Mrs. The- ' Funeral services were held at was staged this ..- has Shall on Sunday. I Shown above are the recently elected officers of Charles Town Chapter 1028, Women of the 2 p. m this afternoon (Thursday) a.m. untu lz:4a wRn. r~in,~,,- ,,,,,,~ q'h,,,~,t~, ,mh Moose who were irmtalled July 2, at 3:00 P. M. in appropriate installation ceremonies held at the for Snowden Franklin Mt.Cartv e(l quarter norse ana ..'~ ..... ";'..~'~,~. ", .... ~'W~". .... .'; Moose Home. Mrs. Gertrude Prain installing Regent addressed the group and the response from eo . ...... ,~ .~.'~'~-'~.._"~TX~r~~ bred diivsions to show: vlr. ann Mrs. wnarles W. Appenthe n f ' , . " ,,o, a ~oL,,,=~ uz usv x.,vye ..... ........... ew o fleers was given by Mrs. Helen Jones. newly elected ~nxor regent. The new officers as, Road secti-,~ - T,~ff ..... r' ..... +, " !.~r: anu ~rs: ,~ert oeacoo Shown are, front row left to right:--Marie Ringe, treasurer; Audrey McCarty, chaplain; Bessie Tam" . :?,, v,~,,~ ..... .Y ..... J' g*L_.J__ T_. _ I~__~ ~tt] ol. l~mlauelpnla, fla., Mr. anu blin, Graduate Regent; Helen Jones, senior regent; Mary Basaraba. junior regent; and Theima Sullivan, Iwfl wasKAuea ~onaay a~ternoon ~,[ll]rl~$ |0W[i D{][I~ aoout a la when the uleseA tractor ,zrs. ,laCK deweh aria son JacKie recorded. Second row, left to rlght:--Gertrude Praln, installing regent; Katherine Hahn, installing , : . . )f near town, Mrs. Leon Upright chaplain; Mamie Lancaster, installing chairman; Charlotte Shiflett, installing guide; Mary Morris, [ne was operating overturnea on U/.'. I[.%..& ,B.!-- I--i md children Garry and Doll ofof Martinsburg, installing pianist; Ethel Smallwood, guide; Mar~ Ann Dillow, assistant guide and Ann him on the Rose Hill Farm near WI|I I-I|'~| r[ll~ Ill', , .... beetown W. Va. I Getzendanner, sentinel. (Photo By Clipp) the Keystone Barry. The Rev. Clar ..... Bobby B,,ddonh.... ~nd da,,c,h , I ence Lloyd conducted the services { q~nAn4mm|ll~ D~.~,J,k . Mrs. Vincent Hogge is shown here receiving the Helen Keith er E~lizabe'th"A'n'n'~ha've returned double the approximately $19000 ]the past three weeks without any on a bus for Frederick Md. It was [in the Ender's Funeral Home in [~l~;;//JVlll~ IQlaUIF winstead Memorial for the Best IN Show at the Fifth Annual ........... which the tr~ck was na-in~, who- |maitre ahiaotir, n t~na , .... ~ ,,;o ;., v..~a...;..~. ~h., *~....' ..... .,3 IBerrvville Va at 2 n m aria h,,r ......................... liter snenu]n~ hAS vacatAon WAin "~ ' ~" ~ ~ -'" I .... ~-* "~J,~,,,,,. "-',,,~ v,,,--~ ,,--,~" ,,, .~u~.,~,~ ~,,a~ t,,~ .a.a..,u, I ~ , r ...... I w..- +h.. ..... n +~.~. ~ SiodneW~o~h ~r~. Exmmt, .june zh, m ~a rmta, ~aryianu, xrom the ]is sister and brother in law and it was owned and operated by the l ill pointed out that an effort was of the law again and were taken ]ial was made in Green Hill Ceme- I. "~" ~';~ ??~o'L~, ~';' ~', o . Jo n nansen ~v~itcnen. , , , - - . ~, . . iew weeks me unarms l~ The exhibP is s----nsore-~ I"'- thA ~"--~ '~Ak .... *--. ,~..:,~ ^, ..a..._,. flau~,hter in Cortland N Y late A. J. Boyle. This year a move ]berne made to get county real into custody. Charles Town Police ]tery in Berryvllle. o,,n l,,ni,~. T-T~.~.h k...a,~ , Mrs. Hogge is "tla~presiden~'and ha~s* bee'n~t~rnembe'r"'o~ '~he~e'xe= Y~I'I and Mrs James C" Glass- has been made requiring this race ]estate assessed at fifty percent of Chief Ephraim Day and Patrol-I The deceased was pulled be- ~:",on~'~;='wi'~s,:,.~*,:'=~r cutive board since the Guild started in 1956. ford of Norfol" Wa s"e'nt thetrack to pay an even higher rate]its value and that he thought each man Douglas Dennison handled ]neath the tractor as it tumbled [7,~+~,.~.~"-~" ......... z.-- In addition to the Best In Show award Mrs. Hogge received ...... ~' " . P.. ~ of taxes, Pondfield declared, the Iof the two race tracks to be worth investigation of the thefts !from a stone wall ledge and came I ~" .......... weeKena wlm nil parents Mr aria ~, ribbons in watercolor, oil and seulpeure......... " tax figure now being asked of the |in excess of four million dollars. ~ " [to'rest against a tree ] The latest honor to co~ Mrs ~ ~ ~lassior(! Mrs. Hogge is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sutton, Jr., " ...... track being almost triple the a- [ ~ t* I' @L ..... [ The Inde"endent Fire Com"an'" [Ical musicians was first~ of Charles Town and a graduate of Charles Town High School and Mr .and Mrs. Tom Lennon re- mount paid by the late Mr. Boyle [finn,,., 1-~4r,~.,~,~- I I,,. I. ,~[Rl~dr| [ambulance ~as summoned ~her~/$50 of cash for being nd Shepherd " College. She presently resides in Faulker, Md., and has turned Saturday night from a two Pondfield said "And of course we | zw~ L~zzt~=aun~v I nMccart"s son found the bed" b' ]best band in the line 0~ aeen the art instructor of La Plata High School for the past five weeks vacation in Birmin~,ham --, +~.:. ~:...'.^ :~ ^_,:_^,. ,~ ! ~M P~-~ n ~,r~ ~,,~--- , ~ ~ -~,. *: .... , years. She does a weekly cartoon strip "A DOGS LIFE" for the Alabama New Orleans, Louisiana h~-h and~ w~Ur:f 'Ch~'r~es'~rown| The othe~7;e~d:~t Strider" I ~.~,~,a r~,~r~ 1 ]elder McCarty was dead upon ar-[ ~n ~ne a~lnual rAremensl~ L~, Plata paper, and Miami Beach Florida "~ g ....... [-. . r. . is ! many customers, both white and ]rival at the Charles Town General ] p ry we, va. on Jmy ..... ~ .............. ~ace t:our~ are going to ngnt |the spea~er at me banquet that Negro, for their friendship, their|Hospita1 [ The bands were tak0$j .................... Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Phillips of this additional tax boost on our Iwill climax the three day conven- confidence and natrona-e down ~ ..... "- ............. nVir~inia town b .... ~,..-ll~ ~--.~.~.~ ~ sister iVllSS ~eooran *Jurner at -. "" s - !" a .... re e " " ........... t ................ ~" s . ! me was the son at ~vzr. aria ~vzrs., ~. ~ o~,... :, ...... t~ays, ~xan as aria ear. na mrs. b. p p rty, ~r. ronattela aeclarea. |won. tie is ~ooert ~. ~. utrmer, through the years. And it AS only ]Robert McCartv of Jefferson Court I many band parents and f~ r rostourg, rio I~ P I~ {[~ ]flk ILl ] | ~I ~ " E. Harris of Hyattsville, Md. have The race tracks in West Vir- |II president of Colby College, Wet ] because of health reasons' that I ]ty Also surviving are these child I the band were on hand r r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ ~ Mr; and Mrs. Norman Bartlett been visiting a week with their: ginia are permitted to deduct 15 |erville, Maine. I have been forced to give up the [ren" Mrs Amos To~'"lin ~ .... [the bands nerform Th:l .................. ,an 7aBater Sherri Lynn of Man aunt Mrs. M, K. Bowers on East percent of each dollar that goes [ The 66th president of the West [business, Mr. Shugart stated [Va : Mrs" Josenh Hu'mmer ~C~ar:lunder the d~irection of J~ .... ,~--,~.~--," chester, ~onn. V]sltea ~or a wee~ Washington St. through the pari-mutuel betting ]Virginia Bankers Association ] i closing out sale will get an- [les'~rowni Mrs "I~dward Strosnider I tun. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Kines, Up- with the letters parents ~wr. an(~ Mrs Nelson A. Coleman spent windows and from this pay to the [(James W.) says that the presen- [derway Friday, Mr. Shugart stat- ]Boyce, Va ; Mrs John Perry, An- [ perville, Va. and Arthur Ramey, ] Mrs. Paul Love. last '~eek with her sister Mrs. state six percent of each dollar, |re of the other Strider (Robert led, with the Broker Sales Corn- [chorage, Alaska'; Charles F Mr- [ Mrs. Edna Cooper of L Cumberland, Md. spent last week On July 4 a buffet dinner was James Throm and brother E Guy using the other nine-percent for |E L, II) the 17th president at Col ]piny of Wichita, Kansas handling [Carty, Winchester, Va There are ]Pa. visited her sisters, lg with Mrs. Clayton Haines Mt Par { served to the guests of the Knott Davis Leavin- Wednesday for De track operational costs, ete Pond Ibv is no mere coincidence' I+'~ tthe sale Here re"resentin- the ~ ..... " - - - ~les v ..... ~ ~, ........ v * . , . . .. . . o . . . . . ., . t a " .~" s aAS0 several oromers aria a.u mz~. nowa- o Aw. Rest Home, consisting of country trait, M,ch]gan to v,s,t Mrs. John field pointed out. Of th,s 9 per-]not nepotism he says. I Kansas company ]s J. C. Halford ] Bearers were: Leo Widmyer, I last week. On Tuesday t Mr. and Mrs. Norman L: Barren nwaTerane~oallT~aTt~l~]mwm~n?ean~ S. Coleman at Park Shelton and aCeZ~*tl~]e~ ~etdOe~l:Ototh~)?rrS:k~en |,, "He's my cousin," he explained, [of Hartsville, S.C. [Dr. D. C. Master, Robert Dailey, [drove to Rowelsburg, W, and famdy of Silver Spring, Md.. .... ........., . -. on to Gaylord, Michigan for a VlS ...... [ and I couldn t see passing up a J The Shugart store has been oc- |Melvin Fritts, Russell Fritts and [visited their aunt, Mr. nave returnee name after spend- tee m nee, wrote ann ~AUe tame it with her son-in-law and daugh ~rac~ improvements, ann operat-/lzood speaker iust because he was ]cupying two floors of the Shugart ]Harold Barr. ]Scott Treuttle and retur~ ink their vacation at the home of mats. ter, Rev. and Mrs. Colin Campbell A~nai an.a maintenance.costs_ in- ~inV, - - ]building with the third floor hay-]~ ion Thursday. c uueo An IBIS C0SI AS aoout ~lOO, Mr. and Mrs. John Risslcr recent- Mrs. Edward Young had as her Jr. 00- .... s ' -- ..... A native of Wheeling the Colby ling been vacant for some time. [ U,,,L^m,~|&i~ D^,m|Am [ ly. visitors last Tuesday her mother Mrs. J. Burns Huyett of South u p~a to me AmerAcan Totan- College president is the son of[Years ago the third floor of the | ||ULRg||~I||II|| ~U|||~|| |~,,a~..,,|,_ I~_.&oo zator ~ompany as rental zor me WgICIIIICIUll rdrl i The Rev. and Mrs. Stanley F. Mrs. J. R. Costello and tier sister Samuel Street, suffered a broken .... ' .... Robert E. L. Strider, now the re-[building was used as a Masonic [ @..-J-. I..L qnL { mutuel machines use(lat me t Hawser and young son Stanley of Mrs. Nelson Boyd of Halltown. bone in her right arm, when she tree- n- " . s, ._ tired Episcopal Bishop of West l emple and then later it was the [ ~U~U~]y~ JUl Ulll. ,.. . , K a a also a s]zeaam sum paso hoE of h I:~ston, Texas arrived on Sitar- The Shenandoah S-ware Dan. fell on her porch Tuesday night ...... ,.~L .... Virginia. James W. Strider is the ] e t e old Virginia Free ] ~ ram Into "~ to the *lnorougnoreo tracing As , / "- day and were guests of Mr. and cers held their club dance in the She will be a patient for a few s...~.+,.." , .... ,;.~ ...... , ..... ~ retired bishop s nephew. [Press. [ The 15th annual Conrad Hock- ' ............. "'" " Mrs Manning Smith at The Or da s m the Charles Town General ensmlth Reunion will be held on T l :. . ' - home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen MagiY dered the track b" the Thorou-h ~ ~ [ | : " " ' I he Henry Kyd Doug~ chards near town over the week ha on Monday evening There Hospital ~r ..... ~... s "' t&&--, I~,,&l,|.. I?~,-J,.--, I T~..] ....J-._z |Sunday July 30, at the home of I Sons of Confederate " o eu t~acmg rrotecuve ~enevozenA r I~ll[llll IMll OIlI~ IliUlI21JUIIUgIIL ' end. On Monday, they took young were only two squares dancing as r, fforr,~a t,~,m ~. w,~ob 0~ D...,,,_,~ 0_,.~ #ll~ ~ ~[i [ [Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hackman, IwAll hold their annual wit Stanley back to Baltimore where ...... ............... ~" ................... ~ -,,,,~,,~u ~a,u. , ~ .... a,y meZlioers are on me]r ......... . ................... I From Page 1--A [RAdge Road, Shenandoah Junct-lparty Monday eveninz, Jt ne was to unoergo eye surgery, vacation but a wonderful time was A surprAse olrmaay party ,was .me ~n.arxes ~own course wui I' lll Will KP xarman Pflt / The total cost of these imnrove/ion. Basket lunch at 12 noon, eaf- ] 7 p. m at the Lewis Ji They are expected back on Thurs had by all present. Delicious re- given Mrs. Anna Jane .~vernart .wlnaup lt'sat-oay ~ummer meet ....................... /ments will be annroximatelv~.~15- ]eteria style. Please bring your l ald farm near Shepherd~ ~':Y~n:~:w~i:n~tPh~n~TR:~We~YSa~ fresh~tenelS.c~a~U~iodiaff:~e~t ~I~. R!~J~n~tensr,~:!!aiiec~lee du~e!ebe~a~i!~l!l~:~Y~ihp:m::! Presbyterians Sunday I0 0e Independ~t has saved :t!~iffnePllace)se:t~ngc(l~:teSai:UP~ [teT?efl dle f/:deeUcnyt, ." ," ' ano ~ars. ~fll Magana was servea. ~ ........ over last "ear -rid at`~-L ......... ' ........ /small amount toward this cost, | ' lilies of members are invit Mrs Allen L. Bartlett at the Rec- M~r and ~r~ Ilnurnrd Rhro~k vi,~ puncn, nnms anu potato chApS , y a ~,ua, ce ass The sermon topic at tne ~narles/but it will ha n,~o,~o~,.~, ,,, ,~,.. I J ~,~n +~,, ,,~.. ., . .~ ] ~ e e M were served Those present were hewn an increase of 33 percent Town Presb termn Church for tory over the week nd w re r. ited their aunt Mrs. Fannie Jan- . ...... "~ ~'~ !" -over "9~" . .. _ . . y t . - [to solicit fundsfrOtnthe citizeng ~ad~ Rnhsrt |nnar by Frank W. Buckles, se~l Bartlett's mother, Mrs. Allen L. rtev in the Ha~erstown Iiosoital taatue ~ngAe, ~rs. ffzargaret * ~. ~unaay, July Z;J, as announceo oy/of the communit- to na~, for the vuu~. n,v,~... ~n,,,,,,.. i Bartlelt, Sr. of Birmingham, Ale. Sunda,~ afternoon ~ oailey, Miss liana t;uster, ears. Hear Reports the minister, Carlyle A. MeDon-]major ,-art Soficitat~'on 1 ...... ,-- -, ~, , A l Mr. Bartlett's brother-in-law, Lt. .. ~ . . ." ...... Jessie Hammock, Mrs. Grace Mol- Prior to enjoying a cold plate aid, will be, "After Earthly King-]will be c~irculated within thenex~ Itam~ Fram hit Farr~ M0tler lakes uver ,..T f'tL ~Xrnll~rvv ......., l~].~irct~na .......... ,~.n. ~-"~'""'' sr~V~r .... anOoears Marshall WilSOn, er, ear .l~alph Evernart, Norman lunch, th,~..,..Ch~mhav members re- dams. Fall. The worship service/week or ten days and the Cam-- .,v,,,.. ..v,,. ~,..v.,**. , ,~ son Allen Waller' of Balnbrld eg, . and ,s n Jerry Leetown and and Dwight Everhart. Mrs. Ever- versed theAr usual procedure and will be at 11:00 A. M. Sunday/panYone letterhpes thewillresponSebe sufficientfrm theto Academy For Summer Batting Lead Am0~, Md., and Mrs. Bartlett's parents Miss Sandr:s Bradley, Texas were hart received many lovely and use had a short business meeting at School for all age groups wi!! be hl mr pper gu ts oz ~ar an~ ~ars ~uz gifts hmh Mr el at 9 45 A M A nursery ior nttle Dr and Mrs Irwin Ko me" of ~. ".'" . i '. w" s Leeds Ri y chairman : - /make further anneal~ unnooo~ ....... Chevy Chase, Md. ~arsnall Wuson Jr. near town Mr and Mrs Pa~e Custer and of the Jefferson County Civil children will be provided during ]arv Officers of the Comnanv ~tato Cadet Robert R. Skinner of the I_ fllfln Ka hall ............ ~nursoay evening ~- ~,a ~,~ ~,r,~ ~,,o~ .... a War Centennial Commission re the morning worship hour. Every- |laowewr ~h~t ~l~n .... ~'~;,~i~n~-~. United States Air Force Academy, -'~ ............ ~r IV1" ivlrs LI (1 KU sell OI ~.~z ....u ~,..o. ..~,*~.~ .~ao~,-. ..u , - v_, _..e ~, .. r. anu ~;: . y e..~.s. !. Miss Beverly Custer, Jefferson dau-hter Joann of She'-herdstown ported briefly on progress being one is invited to the worship ser- [ ............... ~" "~ Colorado, arrived in Charles Town The averages as they ~!).cnester, re_ were vLslt~ngff~r. Terrace spent last Tuesday, Wed- andSMr and Mrs Nickie White ma(le on "The Anvil", a two act vice and to one of the Sunday ,' on Sunday, July 16th to spend his .. "" ItusselI'S SISLeL" ),11SS iDa|Ins l~u~- . * ..... . . . nesday and Thursday in Bakerton drama written b Mrs Juha Day Schol classes, Other activities at summer vacation with h~s arents ruame AB B ell over the weekend Miss Russell ' " all enjoyed a cook-out in the yard " Y " - P , accompanied them home on Sun- visiting her grandparents Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer is and to be presented in the Jef the Presbyterian church include: Prosecuting Attorney John C. Statler 24 3 day and will spend a few days with them. From there she will go to Joleit, Ill. to visit her nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Russell and come back to Grafton to visit her brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs: William Russell Young Billy Keyser, son of Dr. and Mrs. Dale Keyser of East Washington St., has ben a surgical patient in the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn K. Forthman 0f Charleston are guests this week of Mrs. Forthman's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend at their home on South Samuel St. The Forthmans expect to move to Charles Town this Fall and occupy the Steptoe House on S. Samuel St. which they purchas- ed some time ago. Miss Jean Buddenhagen and Mr. Don Clever of Alexandria, Va. wer weekend guests of her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Budden hagen. Mrs. William Swartz and Mrs. Clarence Swartz of Charles Town visited the Slushers and Wilsons, Rose Hill Farm Tuesday evening. Mrs. John E. Glassford and four children, Billy, Debbie, Cathy and Lora Ann of Williamsport, Md. and her grandmother Mrs. Lora Holy of Wirts, Va. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glassford M~rs. Jessie Swartz and two n|ec es o-f Front Royal, Va. visited Mrs. Nettle Ritenour Tuesday. Mrs. Harvie Kidwiler and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Strother Morrison. Mrs. James ]~verhart and her two daughters, Carolyn and Bren- da arrived home Sunday morning afaer spending two weeks vacat- ion with relatives in Lexington and Winchester, Ky. Mrs. Dearing MacKay of Alexan dria, Va. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. Charles Oft, Jefferson Ave hue and Mrs. Donna Watson of Martinsburg attended the funeral of their grandmother Mrs. Pearl H. Staubly in Silver Spring, Md. and the graveside services in Ed- ge Hill Cemetery, Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer, Big Pool, Md. visited the Slashers and Wilsons, Rose Hill Farm Leetown on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whitmore and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edwards and ~sons spent Sunday at Alpine Beach near Glen Bur- hie, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, Sr. and Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd spent a weeks vacation at Niag-, are Falls, N. Y. and points of inter est in Canada. Miss Joy Dunn and Miss Kenna Fritts left Tuesday for Hershey, Pa. for a few days vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton de Alme- ida of See Paulo, Brazil were guests of Mrs. Charles T. Sechrist : and daughter for several days. Miss Debbie Smith of Baltimore: Miss Mary Low Sechrist lived with Md. is visiting her uncle and aunt: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, South i Church street this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood, Ranson visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson Jr. near town. Miss Beverly Custer, Jefferson Terrace attended the birthday party of her cousin Joan Custer in Shepherdstown. Mrs. Charlie Brundage and son David of Poland, Ohio have been visiting their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Emery Kable, Keyes Ferry Road. Mrs. Richard B. Smith of Berry ville, Va. visited Miss Ella B. Smith on Thursday aftertnoon. Mrs. Joseph Cain is visiting her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain. Miss Genie GIassford spent sew eral days last week with her step tile Almeida family in Brazil for two months in the summer of 1959. This is their first visit to the States. Miss Jean Kable has been visit ing her cousin Miss Kathy Gutt- ridge in Youngstown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Jenkins and daughter Sandra spent Sitar- day with the letters sister and bro ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Philippe Nadeau and 3 children of McLean, Va. Their litle Sandra attended her first birthday party, given by Mr.s Nadeau for their 2 so~s, Tony, 8 and Jeffrey 2,-born on the same day. Accompanying them on the trip was the letters parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Lee Owens of Berryville and neice Sherry Lynn. On Sunday the Nadeau's returned a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jen- kins. Mr .and Mrs. Nadeau and children will be leaving August and daughter on Jefferson Ter- ferson County Court House, Aug. race on Monday evening 5-13. Charles R. Wood, a New h ...... Yorker who is directing the pro- rs. (ieorge w. r mmm.g, ~r,, duction, was also introduced aS of C.harles Town accompanied her was Mrs. O. S. Bloom chairman son-m-law, Mr Albert Trussell, of f a ......... '-- -~ " .... ..... Halltown to ularK ~umml~, l-'a, ....... - d~splays m windows of downtown where they Will spena severalto " -- - . ,, s res In Charl L,.,W. days with Mr. Trussell's uaugnter . ....... .'" . ........... donn ~ Altrlena, cnalrman ol ana son-in-taw, ear. anu ears. l~el- . .... " ........ 1., ~,~.~.o ~.n ~,,,a,, me UUltural Gemer pro:lect wnlcn "",'.""~".'? "".".'~':"~' _ ... the Chamber of Commerce is pro ~ars Jonn eactiulre ann ealSS o" ... ........... m tlng for Charles Town, also re- ~mma ~ooutellOW oI P'nlla, l-'a, ........ : ported briefly on progress being were guests mls week at the name mad~ 14~ ~aid hie o~mrnitta~ h~e of Mrs T W Stonesifer, on South ............................... .. ; =. -. received offers for support of the ~amuel ~treet. project from a number of Charles Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smoot of Town and Jefferson County organ Clarksburg are spending thisizations. week in Charles Town keepingBill Jones and Kenneth Willing their grandchildren while their ham were introduced as new mem parents _ Mr. and Mrs. Buddy!bers.of the Chamber and Charles Smoot are on a few days vacation. Owens, a representative of the Mr. Charles/Peer, Jr., of Silver National Chamber of Commerce SPariZa~' Mdi::d :mLPlYo~td by thet ~asGtd~er:l~trr.?d~e:gaSt:as ~M~L Saturday by plane for Peurto Rico who is replacing Joseph Staley and he will go to sea for two as the new manager of the Char- weeks for Ordinance testing. He les Town ofifce of the Potomaci Light and Power Company. is a former graduate of the Char- les Town High School and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peer of West Liberty Street. Miss Ellie Jackson spent Mon- day evening with Miss Becky Clem in Ranson. Miss Nancy Low Miller, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Miller of Jefferson Ave. is spending 2 weeks at Girl Scout Camp, Camp White Rock near Cacapon Br|dge, W. Va. Chamber Of Commerce From" Page 1-- A dents of Jefferson County or West Virginia, Pondfield pointed out. In giving the total picture of the track's expenses, Pondfield said during the 1960 racing season the complete track payroll amount President Shirley Hunt, presi- ded for the dinner program and introduced Bob Elmer, publicity director of Charles Town Race Course who in turn introduced Mr. Pondfield and the following key heads of departments of the track: Allen Kirk, director of ad- missions; Robert (Bob) Sloan, manager of the mutued depart- ment; Buddy Broeator, racing sec retary; Leeds Riely, resident man ager of the track, Fred Colwill, Racing steward and John Handley a representative of" the TRPB. 'County Court From Page 1 Officials of the county court have three courses of action open to them next week. They can in- crease the valuations on the two Attend Anvil Premiere Senator Jennings Randolph will come to Charles Town on Satur- day evening, August 5 to witness the Wrold Premier of The Anvil, it was announced today. Both Senator Randolph and Senator Robert C. Byrd have been tendered special invitations for the op~ning performance of the play, written by Miss Julia Dav- is, which is a re-enactment of the trial of John Brown. Announce- ment of Byrd's acceptance of the invitation Was made a few weeks ago. Other high government offic-' ills from Washington and the sur funding area have been invited, to attend the initial performance but the list of acceptances has not been prepared for final release. vesper program for Senior High Skinner and Mrs. Skinner of Law- Young People, Sunday at 6:30 P. rence Street. Cadet Skinner has M.; vesper program for Pioneer Ilose time at work any man- ~.~ successfully completed lais first young people, Sunday, 6:30 P. M. ]lost wages. No organization~ in't'l~e year at the Academy and is now a ann ~emor t;nolr rehearsal, Tnurs ........... member of the Third Class at the P M ~=uu~ty has worker naraer nor day 8:00 . . more unselfishly to be of service Academy. Cadet Skinner is the _ _ ~ I to others. They urge those who first boy from Jefferson County Rand Rnnt ar ['illh I receive solicitation letters to give to attend the Academy and was wu..~ uvv~.... ~...u [ as generously as possible, as prom nominated for it by Congressman ~." ~ . ]ptly as possible No house to Harley O. Staggers. ~|SCUSS var|ous [house solicitation is planned, but ~ [the Board of Directors will be hap Wandless - Kidwder II:,mJ [py to answer personally any ques IUllU nOl~lll~ llU]~l~l~ [tions about the building programLn _.aL U. Occur In .......... l that the citizens of the community nUn,la,s *1he J~ana J~ooster GIUD met I mit~ht ha- -- July 12 at the Charles Town Jun-[ ....... c. [R tar High School. Different pro-ltd,,_ t~g~. _ ~., ~ .... , ethesda June23 jects for raising money were dis-[~/p~| ~||IC~ I-U| [Vl~W~[ cussed and one put into effect. [ Miss Myna Lorraine Kidwiler, The next meeting will be held Ih|mha In Mav ndd daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Har- .-uuunul,,u Ill MUI~I,,AUUlUIIU Wednesday, July 26th at 8:00 p. [ wood Kidwiler of Shepherdstown m. in the Charles Town Jr. High I" ,~ " _ _ ..... become the bride of Mr. Stephen t, eorge j ~cnnemer wno nas Aud~torlum All parents are urged |b . ' ...... M. Wandless, son of Mr. and Mrs. +. ~**..a " ! een employeu oy me Mower Lum Stephen H. Windless of Cumber- .......... ber Company for the past 20 years land, Md. formerly of Martinsburg , . ~ ~ , , . and who has been residing at Clay June 23. merit Court near Charles Town senator naomn 10 -r for a number of years, has moved The ceremony was performed to Alexandria, Va. where he will by the Rev. Frank Fratto in Beth- open an office for the Mower Cam esda, Md. party. After a short honeymoon trip to tracks to the figures they present ed to $514,000 with the general ly propose; or they can leave them payroll running about $350,000. Three as they presently are; or they can There is also another $12,000 raise them to a figure higher than FROM PAGE | which the track spends for elei> trical power, some $7,000 for tele- the present assessment but still the building. not as high as those presently Before the youths were taken phone service and about $45,000 being considered. ~ into custody in Frederick they for stationery, printing, postage, County Court officers also point had made quite a tour of Virgin- etc., most of which stays in this ed out that increasing the values ia and area, Pondfield stated. Maryland, hitch-hiking Ion the two tracks was but a part from Charles Town to Berryvill6, To Protest Tax Increase of an overall program by the Va. thence into Washington, D. C. The Charles Town Race course court'to equalize property valuat- from there to Baltimore, Md. also paid some $30,000 in taxes ions. They added that they had in where when they ran out of man to Jefferson County in 1960, Pond creased the. tastes of a number of ~ ey they were fed by a kind heart. field stated, which was almost' individuals in the county during led Baltimore man and then put Mr. and Mrs. Mower have mov- ed into an apartment at 1211 Nor th Quaker Lane in Alexandria. ! Bakerton and Harpers Ferry dominate the selections for the Potomac Little League All-Star team which was named July 11 by manager's of the six teams in league play. A total of 17 players Ocean City, Md. the couple are now residing in Cumberland where Mr. Windless is associated with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road as a clerk. [Youth Fellowship Rally At ,Methodist Church Sunday 7:30:, A Youth Fellowship Rally' will be held at the Charles Town Me- thodist Church Sunday evening, July 23, at 7:30 p. m. This Rally were picked for the team, but lwill climax: a two-day school in only 14 will be eligible to play !Christian Witness. The Bakerton Senators, who Cooperating in this mission pro- have all but clinched the league gram are the Trice and Nortl~ Po- championship with a record of tamer sub-districts, which include 13-1, had their star pitcher Bobby the youth fellowships from Shep- Nichols, and also Tommy Hoff- herdstown, Martinsburg, Brans- master, Douglas Whitmer and wick, Harpers Ferry, Hagerstown George Nichols named to the and Charles Town. Youth witness team. I ing td youth in home visitation is From Harpers Ferry coachesglpart of this program. selected Danny Lancaster, Bruce The Sunday evening Rally will Davidson, Norman Mumaw and highlight this weeknd mission. Lee Ballenger, the latter an alt- ernate. t;ommisslons are not paid on [ Rickey Crist and Richard Dor- " sey were named from the Sharps-i arguments won, but on sales burg Bluebirds; and Ronald Kid-I made. I B. Madison 22 5:: Leonard 42 9 Bond 16 ,~,: Miller 41 Zombr0 ~149= Benton~ ,25~' ! Palamar 38 7 Clatterbuck 13 2 R. Madison 5 0 Knode 27 ,I6 Forrest , 25$ PITCHING a.VE RA~ Name ~ ' ~' J Miller , r~i R. Madison Forrest ~ Barr ..~0 DR. 0. T. R FOOT SP] :CI Will Be In,C ,ad , FTEIE TOON From I:00 to 107 South Clmr|eS Telephone EVERY !