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ci::a. He aino rccc:ivccl a madal for July i6 by RoY. S. F. E1Ltcher in ,lilac-away. I HIPDP%TIXT~ lr~ " [his ,achievement in marksmanship, the Kabletown Church. I "Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sing~as I .... x.,~,j~,~o J,~ ~Dennis next reports to Camp Le- Recen~t visi,tors a.t the home of of B.yrd's .O. rcha.rd were callersI mm n L m [Jeune for four week..--, of advanced 'Miss Margaret Johnson have been i Monaay mgnL wvvn Mrs. Joseph K A [ | [ I | [training when upon completion ,'her brother-in-law and sister Mr. I'Mercer. .._ , , I |l/'l F L | | [ he will be home on a 15 day leave., and Mrs Homer Kees of Gerrards I Ruoy "vnompson, son ol avtr.| '8 ~i ............ /Mrs. Glaize reports ~that Dennis ,town her trot:her Mr. and Mrs. ]Newton ThomPson way~ ho~st Sun-[ ~mrence bmallwOOCl l-none zu-y.u~ [is very much enthused witch the w.~,~,-t Jnhnsnn daughters ]day evemng to a bzrtnaay parLy I ..... !Marine Service yet he looks, for-JCheri and Jackie of Fron,t Royal [a[ ,thehome of his grandpa en. [ ward to seei,ng his friends in ~ao- IVa and Mrs B F R.iddleberger iMr" ann mrs. Mar.~mn Tnompson. I ~ ' i~o some business details and make [letown and Mvers,town. [of C,harles ;r0"wn: ' [There were forty guests !ncluding [ orls Clu'b su,pper w.hich ]arrangements in case he is unable IMr and Mrs Roberlt W~i,te ] "TA" Ramey son of Mr and [a numaer oz rcrmy's co-prayers on I We been served at Shun [to keep his regular appointments, have returned to'their home af, ter [Mrs Turner R~mey of near'Char[~the IA,ttle League bah team. The [ :, the home of ,Mr. and [On Sunday, August 2rid. In case a very delightful week's vacation ]les'~fown spen~t the weekend wit hlYoungsters enjoyed games before] D: Boyer on August 4tlh [he is unable to return Mrs. Odes- [in Romeo Michigan near Detroit [his cousin~Becky K Ware of Wood ]'the serving .of delicious refresh- [ a~bletown Farm Woman's |sa Snyder of Sunm~i:t Point will where they visited with Mr. and lbyr,ne Farm. [meres el cmcKen salsa ann co un nbers has been .postpon- I su.bs,titute for him a,t Kabletown IMrsl Harvey Springs,trubble. Rob- ] Mrs. Hebe Dick of "The Rocks"]trynam san(lwleries: po~at~eCmPcSq, | a later dwte [and the infant ba~ptism riles will ert and Harvey were buddies in lwas hostess to a party Fz~id.ay inu~s, canaies, coomes, ca s, e I ~. l~Ual vesper services spon[be postponed until later. Our|the U S Marine Corp in ;vVorldlnight at the Pond on the Avon|cream,andiced tea. A large de-] the Farm Women's Clu~bs [hopes and prayers are wiLh Rev. War II " IBend Farm where she en,tertain- icorateo oirm(]ay cake was l~lacea | :~on CounlLy w411 be held land Mrs. Butcher Mr and Mrs Henry Clipp a~nd |ed to a picnic su, pper There were|in the center of the table which| fiddleway Methodist Chur I Miss Francis Markle. R. N. and I:famHy visited"'recen~tly wiith her [forty presen~ with guests coming ~first was placed in_the yard btllt ~Y=August 2nd. ],a member of the Nursing Staff of [sister and trot:her-in-law Mr. and |from Berryville, Charles Town and [ sue ~o l, n e ram, l~ was nas~ y | '.t'. Butcher who went to ]the Charles. Town Ge;~eral Hos-|Mrs Clay Carper and family of |Runs on Those attending locallY l.~ranszerrea to the porch. "lne| K , ., . . , . ~' . . , - children pmyea ~o une nour o~ ~en , a,nsas 1.asL week to at- [pital ~s convalescing nicely at hez ] nea~ White Post, Vs. and w~th her ] were Mr. a~nd Mrs. James B.] ................... ~ "he- | -- ~own and Coun,try Corn- |home near Clipp's Mill following [ fast'her Mr Rudolph Smallwood of IKemp Mr and Mrs Clarence ! when ~re~ y~v ovu,~v,,cu ~ s / Z "~ t,he Methodislt Church, Imajory surgery in the Charles ]near Berry's Ferry Vs. They no- ]Smallwood: lV[r. and 1~/h's. Buzzle]were returned to their homes.._ | ~d h w~mmln Mr ann ~rs rcooer~ wn~e me : ome on account of the ]Town General Hospital. [ ted the gardens tl~ere were vezT [Carroll. Canoe riding, s " g| .. ~... :. , .. | ][ dl~less of his three year [ Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Glaize ] productive and brought back a 9 I and a hay ride were sources of en- [ former an employee..al, wn.Jte ~er [ S ~er Cynthia Hope who [of l%anson, formerly of t,his corn-[lb head of ca~bbage as evidence. ]tertainmen,t along with the .con-]~rl~lte~?:mnte~er~o~e&m~orM~| raother Mrs Bu,tcher and [muni,ty motored to Parris Island I ~r~o~ r~,~. ~issler st)eat sever-Igeni~:l conversation and delicmus| ..... ~" ~. .~_ ' _ [ sort ~" . ...... ' ,,~,s ............. ~ . ' ere w(xn b ~ne u~narles Town ~xcnange are l~. Timothy were wsitmg [N C to ws~t their son Dennis who [~ n ....... ~ h~r ~mc: nd aunt] food Door prizes w Y[ ., - ........... | ;her'.s parens near Buch is a member of the U. S. Marine ,"" '~-- ........ :~_ ....._le a,:- f Leonard McDonaldand Clarence v.~.a~mning m ~etro!,~, lyric.m gun ~r~thia is a pa~tient in the I Corp. On Tusday nig,~t ~hey at-IMu~r'~and:yrs" Lew~s S. R~ssler o /Smaliwood. ]w~tmg a former Marine buddy of/ ILm~n Ci,ty Hospital where Itended Vhe graduation exercise of I "~''~'~'~'~' ~ ,~,.,.. Roderick! On Sunday evening Miss Mar-~ J~oos. .. . ~ . . - / ~n V .... " ............ ~" "*~='"'~ rence Mrs oepie J~oyo is visiting ner ~ he critical hst. Rev. [ the 6 boys ou~t of the 76 of the [ ^ ~ .... ,~,,,^,, ~n ~,,, been re-]garet Johnson and Mrs. Cla / _. ...... | I~_flew from Wichita to]121st Platoon who qualified for]~:,~'~:=~.~'~'~:'~(;r~:~VI~.s Rosen Stun|tweed were callers at the lson~ecilByaana!~mnyznear| ,, ~,~ .............. ~ ~nepneras~own ~. On Saturday, JMy 25 [ Pfc. They saw Dennis preesnted ]w~rick ~home of Mrs. Charles J. Mathena , | ~~S hls~ home a~ the Par-|! w~,t2t his stripe and.led his. squad-/'~'~'~:.~v~.~;~_~s ~r"rcu-~,,~ Jr. and .son / Euclid Avenue, Charles Town. ~ | ~Surnmit Point to attend ron on the final drill of the exer-],x.,i~ nr winchester Va have been lThey were glad to find Mrs. Ms- Republican Club to Meet | / staying with her parents Mr. a~d I thegns feeling better. ..... At MeQuilkin Farm On | ' Mrs. Joseph l~lton, Cedar Chr~i Sunday afternoon cal,iers w~tn ....... , .. | . __ Farm ~hile Mrs. Marcus has been Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason of near rrloay, Aug. # at ~:uu l ' ///~Vhe@ I'~1 Ilkdl~lkl/" Akll~ LIIP JL'IPIkl/" indisposed due to an injured foot. Wheatland were Mr. and Mrs. Wal ~ J LLUI0 3 rLUMDIP~ AN~ flrAllP~l$ The*storm (screen) door closed a- ter Burddck and Tamily of Drew A Joint meeting of Lhe Republi- gainst her fool cutting i~ in such Farm. can Clubs of Jefferson County will a manner that the wound requires Betty Dillow, daughter of Mr. be held Friday, August 7th at 8:00 _. _ . _ several stitches, and Mrs. Elmer DHloW of Dry p. M. DST at the home of Mr. Iblnfi' - Heatln - Sentic Tanks and ~ and Mrs. Bobby Sowers and Bridge Farm is very uncomforta- and Mr~ Franklin McQuilk!n, ":" "=" *- sort J0h,nny spent Sunoay with ble from ~eing in ~wo close con- Rock Gpring ~'arm, ~nepneras- -- , . . his paren, ts Mr. and Mrs. Bobby tact with bees. We .missed seeing town Road, Club members and Dralnflelds -- Stone and Dirt Sowers. her at Sunday School. friends are c0rd.lally invited, ~r. and M:rs. Henry Clipp and Judy, daughter of Mhr. and Mrs. , ...... family, her brother and sister~i~l- Nathan Woodard of Blair~on is vii ~.~v~,T ~.-~ ....... law, Mr. and Mrs. George Sma - iting her grandparen~cs ;Mr. and |'UL~I.~.; _NOTI(;E 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. wood and children enjoyed a cook Mrs. George Fritts. ) 0W, i to ill health, I will sell the Following Personal Prop- i ~ ~tt the Willow Well Farm (known as the Florence Shirley ~), located 6 mles Wes~t of Charles Town, W. Vs., 2 miles ~, of Middleway, W. Va., and : mile South of Route 51, ' ffersonCounty; Va AUGUST 12, 1959 PtEDNESD Y, LO K A M D S T ~EG1NNING AT ll:O0 O'C C , (...) 40 HEAD DAIRY 'CATTLE 40 J~ ltOLSTEIN COWS( full flow of~ milk. Guernsey Cow. ~[low of milk; 7 Ayrshire Cows, full flow of milk; 4 Hol- ~a Cows, springers, will freshen by day of sale or shortly ~i[t; 5 Holstein Heifers, springers; 2 Ayrshire Heifers, spring- ~5 Holstein Cows, black springers. This is an Accredited ~: Wi~h the Baltimore Milk Market. All Cattle T. B. and ~s tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual health certi- ~ ft~ wffi be given. Worthy of attention of prospective buyers. [NG PLEMENTS SUPER C TRACTOR with Cultivator and Mower; olland Forage Harvester with Corn Head, Pnckup, Szckle ~iower Attachments; McCormick 45 P. T. O. Hay Baler, ~th conveyor (used one season); Oliver 12-7 disc grain i