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,to enjoy bhe river and mountain LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . breeze. D [ )L ~ ~ ~ Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Snare a~nd HJ RPE I$ FERR AH lffxree ol ldren of Al :)ona, Pa. [ sper~t from Wednesday until S~tur ' day at the home o~ Mr. and Mrs. Clay e~on Robinson. By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 ,Mr. and Mrs. William Anders and famAly of Charles Tow,u ac- Hill Top Ho*el a Cl'nd'-- companied by Mrs. Ander's mo- ther Mrs. Nora Robinson of Boli- iffside Mo- ora Stauhs last week. oar attended the Dell annual ram tel continue to be filled wi~h to]r Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Li~htner ily reunion on Sunday at Licking ~sts and the races of course draw and son and daughter of Wash- Creek Sta~e Park on Su~nday. A- many people. Both ~places have in,ton, D. C. were weekend visi- bout sixty persons were present. been forced to turn people away, ,tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ~Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Wilt several bimes during the summer William Ports. 4-year old Tommy and c~ldren spent three days in ~non.ths. stayed at ~he PotCs home for a New York City si~tseei,ng and vis ~Mlas. Austin Mater continues in v~sit, ited a sister ol Mrs. Wil,t while 6isposed at her home. 'Mr. Charles Powers is spending $t~s week at the home of Mrs. J. L. Eackles. Mr. Powers lives in iWashing~on, but is a native of ~his area and in spite of his 86 years he enjoys being i~ this sec- tion of Jefferson County and en- joys his daily hikes. Messers Tom Jones, Larry Rice, Dace Whi~t, tal, Ward Vaolay and John Younger all of WaMain,g,ton, D. C. were visi~tors at l~he home of ~Wr. and Mrs. Win. E. ~tuart dur- ing ~he weekend. Mrs. Atbel%a ,Beach has returned to her home in Delphos, Kansas after spending quite some t~me at C he Stuart home. She is the motJher of Mrs. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everett of Washington, D, C. has been visit- ing Harpers Ferry and has visited v,t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brad aey Na,~h on Bolivar Heig~l~s. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Carter of La~tana, Fla. arrived on last Fri fl~ay to spend the remainder of the summer with the latters mother {Mrs. Minnie Virts and her brother in-law and sister Mr. an~ ~Irs. John Ectmond'son. ,Mr. P,~bert Rutherford is a pa- tient in Newton D. Baker Hos- ,pital near l~artinsburg. He is qmte ill and facing surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Manor of Jones Spring xpen* tthe weekend a* t~he home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Henre~ta, The foursome en- joyed a picni.c dinner near Gap- ~and, Md. on Sunday. Mr. Robert Horn has returned home a~ter spending tour weeks ~n I~tGrange, Ill. :trending to bus iness. ,Mrs. George Staubs a~nd son Aid ridge of Rahson visited Mrs. Len Mrs. Lillian Wen, bwor~h of Bal- ~bimore, Md. visited Mrs. Bet~y IAt ~leto,.n on Saturday. Larry Eackles in the U. S. Ser- vice serving in t~he Air Corp and sOationed in Nebraska is spending a leave wi~h rel.a,tives in Vhis area. He is accompanied by his wife, the former Shirley Small.wood of Jeff erson Courtly. ~MT. William Ports had a local tremor removed .from the back of his neck a few days ago. It is get- ing alo,ng nicely and he has re- turned to his work. Mrs. Leslie Jones of Harpers Ferry is sp0nding this week in Bal imore, Md. wit'h her brother Mr. Ray Knott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slough~ter of Bolivar accompanied by Mr. and :Mrs. Sam Slaughter of Winches- *er, Va. motored to Cumberland Rid. on Sunday to visi.t their sis- ter Mrs. David Palmer whose band died recently. Mr. and Mrs Meal,ford Slau~l~ter of Martins:burg were also visi~tors a.t the Palmer home. tMr. and Mrs. Walter Dudrow .and dau~h,ters Martha and Sara of Hammondsport, N. Y. left for ~eir home on Sunday af~ter spend ing a week w~,th the formers too- tiber Mrs. Cox of Washingtaxn, D. C. spent Saturday night a,t the Dudrow home and returned to N. Y. wi~h her dauchter and family to spend her vac~vtion. The Town House in Ha~pers Ferry was very busy over the week end and was quite pioturque with a group of Sharpsburg Rifles on l~and in full uniform. The Towne House Terrace has been very pop ular during t~he evenings especially vChile bhe wear'her was so very h~t Quite a ,few persons were on hand ~ere. ,Mr. and Mrs. William Spickler of Bolivax Heights had as their house guesL for several days ~Virs. Mary Mc, Auley of Toron, to, Co.u- ado. The Eastern Zone Ohampion- stRAp of Tr~p Shooting held at Un- ion,town, Pa. was at~tended by Os- car and Norman Wilt of Bolivar Hei~b~ts, Calvin Shumaker of Char los Town, Lou S~aley and Ed Ki- lter of the counSy. Over 200 were: ,sho~ting. .Miss Carole Belt has returned ,home ~f,ter spending two week's wi,th friends in Rdohmond, Va. Messers Harry Ohambers, Wm. l~axney, Leon E~wards, Charles Riley and Lowis Nichols motored ,to Arling:ton, Vu. on Monday ev- ening and a/0tended the Co~um.bia ,M, asontc Celebr~vt~on of the 94th '~y of Mr. Frank Coo, a nat- We of Harpers Ferry many years a,~o.. He has been a merf~ber of the ~sonl,c Order for 68 years a,c- cortrlmanying him was a son, Wal- ter over 65 years of age. Mr. C-Me has retained his facul- ,ty remarkably well for one of su.Oh ~ actvanced years. He is alert a~d in ~terested in curren evenCs and holds a strong ine~eres~ in the 1Was omc Order. He is a Senior Grand C~hapl~in of tghe Grand Lodge of ~Masons of V, irgicda. He asked to :be re memq3ered to the folks who f Washing~n, D. C. held ~t/he~r July remember him. ]meeting ~t *he home of 2Ylrs. John Mrs. Jessie Hoffmuster, naive [Haefer in Bolivar w~th t~e Circle of t~s section of Jefferson coun well represented. They arrived at ~y, suffered a l~reletic stroke wt t~he Haefer ~home ~bou,t noon and t~e home of her d,at~gl~ter in Hy- enjoyed a full turkey dinner witch ~t~ville, Md. on Sunday. She was all the trimmings after w,hi;c~ a removed to a hosoibal immediate- bhsiness meeting was held. IMrs. ly. Roll,hives here have not heard I Haefer is a member of Vhe Circle from her today (Tuesday). havi,ng l~ved in W as~Ang~on for Members of t~he Ebeneezer Me- many yeats. ~thodist ~huroh in nearby Loud- ~Mrs. Howard W~l't Jr. and two curt county, Va. are preparLng to celebra~te the Annual Homecoming sons ~have returned from Franklin. ~and 12~th Anniver~ry of the W. Va. Wheer they visited t'he for- Ohur~h on Sun&ay, Aug. 30 begin mers 'mother who returned home pang at 10 o'clock a. m. and last witch ,them for a visit. ing all day. A wondevfu,1 program John J. Vandenbrink jus~ back has been planned for both morn- from Formosa after a three year ing and af~ternoon. A splendid din tour ef dt~ty spen, t several days at .nor will be served to all present the home of Mr. and ~Virs. I~obert ~ithout Charge. Pl,ans are being Leonard. ,made to feed 600 or more. Ernie Webb of Bolivar is spend- i ~Mr. a,ud Mrs. Joe M~ller and ing several days in WaShington, D. tin'by d~ugh~r of Hager~town,Md.. C. and in Wilmington, Dela~rare. were recen~t visdtors at Vhe home Mrs. H. S. Turner and ~'hree of Mrs. Edna Kern. children of Roe'hooter, N. Y. spent ,Miss A, nne New.c~mer and Brent a day last week wSth ~VIrs. ~VIyrtle Davidson of Camp Hill Methodis~ Hoofer. Bill IMcVey of Havre de Grace, LIVId. is visi~tin,g his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard. ~Mrs. Al~ber~a Wil~ and son Nor- man s~.~n(t several days last week ~t Bay Ridge Beac~h, lYld. ff~Irs. Stuart Wi.nters of Mont- gomery, Alabama and son John Daniel Win,ters, wife and ~ree daughters of Glen Burnie, Md. spen~t Sa,turday in Bolivar and I-Iaroers Ferry visiting ~for s~hort To settle the Estate of the late Boyd Carter, I will sell the Following at his home located on Rottte 9, in Kearneysville, W, Va., on SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (E.D.T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Walnut Drop Leaf Table, Pine Safe, China Closet, Table, Studio Couch, Sideboard, Numerous Wooden Chairs, Coal Stove, ]Kitchen Range, FRIGIDAIRE, WESTINGHOUSE EL, ECTRIC RANGE, Several Small Stands, Side Chair, Ladies Small Wrid~g Desk, Glass Front Book Case, 2 Metal Beds, complete; Dresser, Washstend, Radio, Several Rocking Chairs, Wardrobe, ~Settee,, Porch Chairs and Rockers, Screen Doors, Dishes, Etc. Some Tools~ Wrenches, Etc.; Grindstone, Lot of Junk. FARMING IMPLEMENTS FORD TRACTOR with Mower, Plow, Corn Planter, Disc, Lay Off Plow. 1953 KAISER AUTOMOBILE. 1951 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK with 2 Sets of Racks. JAMES M. MASON, III, ADM.R, ESTATE OF BOYD C. CARTER. PAUL E. MILLER, Auctioneer. CLARK FURR, Cleric. Augus~ 6 and 13- 2t. Save time and headquarters for steps by making us your ALL your banking needs . , from checking accounts to savings accounts . . . from personal loans to safe deposit facilities. We'll serve you well all ' t " ': ways- VISIT THE FRIENDLY---- (Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System) PHONE 587 RANSON, W. VA. " periods a~ *the homes ~f relatives ~nd friends. Mrs. Win~ters was for merally 'h~lss Juli~ ,Stt~a~t daugh- ter of the 1,wte Mr. and Mrs. James ~tu, art of Bolivar. The Susanna WeMey Circle of Douglas Methodist Church in ed to her bed. Once again boy babies out,num- bered girls in the na,tal Vtatistics at Charles Town General Hospital during the period of July 28-Aug- ust 4, wiVh four of the six births. occurring wt ~he hospiVal being boys. Wednesday, July 29, a son, Jerry Allan was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Iderl, Harpers Ferry. S, anday, Aug. 2, a son, Russell Carroll, was born to *Mr. and Mrs. Russell 1~uzee of Ranson; and ,t~he same day ,a son Darrell Neal was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf of Ranson. iMonday, August 3, a daughter. Trudy Diane, was born to Mr. and ,Mrs. Alfred JOhnson, Millville. Tuesday, Aug. 4, two births oc- curred-a son, Timothy Eugene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. WiHard South~rd, Shenandoah Junction; and ad au~hter Cheryl Ann was born to IMr. and IVIrs. Ray Eigen- brode, Knoxville, Md. Surgical patients admitted to the hospital were: Mrs. Eura I. Breeden, Shenandoah Junction; SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD' 2--A THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, little Thomas Harewood snd little Chrisman, Martinsburg; .Mrs. Bey erly H. Wormer, Knoxville, ,Md.; Mrs. Jean Myers, Newark, Del.; Mr. Thomas Nuice, Sandy Hook, ~Md.; Mrs. Cat~herhne Rockenbau~h and Bhillip L. Rollison, bo~h of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Leola K. Ben nett, Mrs. Dora Dutrow, Charles Skinner, Mrs. Virginia Tuft and ~Mrs. Rosemarie Teague, all of Charles Town. Medical patients admitted were 'Mr. Charles E. Wood, Jackson ,MiCh.; Mrs. Ruth V. Swartz, Rip- port; Mr. Ernest D. Hahn, ~Ir. Clarence P. Moler, City; Mr. Wal terard ,,. Bolyard, I~agerstown, Md.; H: Arnett, Ransc,n; CMr. Rich- Mrs. Annie V. Frick, Martinvburg Mrs. Mary E. ott, City; Mrs. Nan cy Lou Hitt, Miss P~hyllis Robin- son, Ranson; Mr. William Clark, L~pperco, ~Md. Little Marvin Dov- er, Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Peac~hes Riley, Greenville, ~a.; Mr. Wil- liam C. Hoak, Halttown; Miss Car rie F. Boyd, Falls Church, Va.; LittleJames Flanary, Harpers Ferry. Ot~t-patients admitted were: James Lyc~ns, Alexandria, Va.; Virginia Burcker, Ranson; liam Brown, Martinsburg; Whittington, Stephenson, Lary Longerbeam, Harpers Charles Wood, Jackson, Clitton Slusner, City; Ware, Kearneysville; Jeff Dargan, ~Md.; Marian Charleston; Charles Barker, tinsburg; Edith Lloyd, Milt~,n "vVhite, Kearne Richard Smirch, Keyser; ard Ford, Ranson; Thomas wood, Brunswick, Md.; Writ, Harpers Ferry; C~th~ Brunswick, Md.; Mr. RocCO Ransom Mr. Henry Gray, ington, D. C. LIONS TO HOLD ][1OP AT PARK AUG. 15 4 The Charles Town Lions and the Teen-Age jointly sponsor the first Hop of the m~n~h 15 at Jefferson County Park. Special dance be a,warded. Good luck r,areiy comes peered; usually, i,~ is Wil- ed. State of West Virginia, COunty of Jefferson to-,wit: At a Regular sessio~ of the County Court of Jefferson County, held on the 4th day Of August, 1.959. 'Present Henry M. tS~ayd:or, President, and Charles W. W~hittington, J. M. Trapnell, James W. Milton and Harry J. Cain, Commissioners. In accordance wi,t;h Section 10, Article 67, Acts 1933, Second Extraordinary Session, the Court proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of .taxes for the current fiscal year, and 'doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as ~ollows: GENERAL COUNTY PURPOSES ESTIMATE Estimate Form No. 1 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS: The amount due, and the amount that will become due and collecti, ble from every source during the current fiscal year, EXCEPT !FROM THE LEEVY OF TAXES to be made for the current year upon the .county as a whole and upon any district of the county for which Vhe levies are laid by the County Court. Balance due fund from Sheriff ......................... $12,423.00 Delinquen,t taxes, redemptious and sales ................ 500.00 Earnings, Sheriff ............ - ......................... 300.00 Earnings,Clerk County Court ......................... 7,000.00 Earnings,Clerk Circuit Court ......................... 1,500.00 Earnings,Prosecuting Attorney.~. ..................... 50.00 Miscellaneous receipts,... ,, ...... , ...... . ............... 12,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts. ,. ~'~ ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENSES: Clerk of the County Court ........................ $ 3,000.00 Deputy Clerks Couuty Court, 1 in number, Assistants and Employees ...................... 8,900.00 Clerk of the CircuiU Court ...................... 3,000.00 Deputy Clerks Circuit Court, 1 in number, Assistants and Employees.. Sheriff and Treasurer ............................. 3,125.00 20000 SIRLOIN STEAK 1,300.00 lb. 79c Deputy Sheriffs, 2 in number, Assistants and Employees ........................ lb. 69c Prosecuting Attorney ............................. Assistaant Prosecuting Attorney and Employees (1) sessor ......................................... 3,00000 ROUND STEAK . - lb. 79c Assessor's Mileage ................................. 500.00 " " " Deputy Asessors, 6 in number, Assistants and Employees ...................... County Commissioners ....... ..................... County Agriculture Ageuts, 1 ir~ number ........... County Health Unit .............................. Audits by Tax Commissioner .................... 7.320.00 RIB STEAK - - 3,600.00 2,400.00 .... lb. 49c .... lb. 69c (Unwraped) 3-1bs. $1.00 .000.00 CHUCK ROAST 7,000.00 2,300.00 7,510.00 1,5o0.00 'CUBE STEAK 3,000.00 350.00 2,5ooo0 BACON---CorkhiH 4,750.00 4,500.00 3,000.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 BRIGGS BACON .... lb. 59c C 0 R N .... doz. :L:E M 0 N s -;,,, - 12 for POTATOES, U. S. No . 1--50-1b, ba Expenses of Circuit and Intermediate Courts ....... Expenseof Justices' Courts. ....................... SPEND LESS AND GET MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE--Instant - 2-oz. jar CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT COFFEE 2-oz. jar WILKINS COFFEE--INSTANT - 2-oz. jar BORDENS COFFEE--INSTANT - 2-oz. jar LUZIANNE COFFEE--Instant 2-oz. jar LUZIANNE COFFEE--Instant 4-oz. jar LUZIANNE COFFEE CANISTER 7,000.00 4,000.00 0o000 BRIGGS FRANKS - - - lli. 59c BOSCUL TEA BAGS---48's - - 750.00 75.00 i ,50000 CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb. 59c BOSCUL TEA BAGS---80's - - - 1,800.09 -2,000.00 00.0o CORKHILL FRANKS--Loose - lb. 47c B OS C U L . 8,60o. 9 FAMILY SIZE TEA BAGS 12's 20,268.00 .14,000.02400.0, LONGHORN CHEESE - - lb. 49c SHENANDOAH MAID 200.o0 APPLE SAUCE--17-oz. can - 2 Jail Expenses ..................................... ~Feeding Prisoners ................................. Court House Expense ............................. Janitor Court House and Jail ......... ,~ ............ ,Furniture and Fixtures ........................... Repairs ........ , ................................. ~Water, Light, Fuel a~d Ice .................... Record Books .................................... Stationery and Offlce Supplies ................... Pop, rage .......................................... Freig, ht a~d Drayage .............................. Advertising ...................................... Insurance ......................................... Premiums on Official Bonds ...................... Telephones and Telegraphs ......... : ............. 'Expenses-~Primary Election ....................... (~eneral Relief FMnd ............................. County Infirmary ................................. Lmaacy ..... , ....... ............................. Inquests ......................................... Transportation and Support of Inmates: Penal and other Institutions ................ 7,500.00 County Agorot-Office Budget and Expenses .... 1,000.00 Social Security ................................... 1,600.00 Contingencies ....................................4,002,00 A--Total Current Expenses ........................$162,950.00 Outstanding Obligations: Orders ............................... $823.00 Total amount outstanding June 30, 1959 $823.00 ~--Amount of above obligations proposed to be paid ~from Curreut Levy ............................ 823.00 Total estimated disbursements (A-i-B) ....... $163,773.b0 - Less estimated Receipts ............ $ 33,773.00 Net amount to be raised 'by levy.. $130,000.00 Total Receipts ........................... $I63,773..00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed ,Personal Property .............. $ 7,348,630.00 14:3 Public Utility Property ........ ,189,700.00 14.3 Total Class No, I ......... ,..7,538,330.00 Number II Real Estate ...................... 10.511,960.00 ~8.6 Number III Real Estate ..................... 2,399,635.00 57.2d ~ersonal Property .............. 3,053,700.00 57.2 Public Utility Property ......... 4,617,200.00 57.2 Total Class No. III .......... 10,070,535.00 IV Real Estate .................... 2,457,910.00 Personal Property ..... : ........2,329,395.00 Public Utilit~ Property .........1,590,200.00 Total Class No. IV ........ 6,395,505.00 57.2d 57.2 57.2 TOTAL LEVY ..............$34,516,330.00 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEI~FEt~ON, TO-WIT: I, Emily A. M. Stanley, Clerk of the County Court of said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies fr(ym the record of orders made and entered by said court, on the 4th day oi August, 1959. Given u~der my hand this 4th day