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4 ...... ; ' ' i, r r $ Every young couple can face the future with greater confidence with a savings account at a bank. just hope for better future _ b an]z* on it ! Money surely isn't everything, but one of the smartest things a young couple can do is open a sav- ings account in a bank. Time flies, your money grows, and almost before you know it, you have the financial se- curity every family needs. Even more important, you'll have gained bank . standing. This means the bank knows you...and when you'r known at the bank, the rest comes easy. Any time you need money or references or business advice, your bank standing smooths the way for you. As millions of up-and-coming Americans know... it's good to have a bank behind you[ *,JUST WHAT IS A BANK? .__._ It's the only place that offers you all 5: 1. Savings accounts 2. Checking accounts 3. Home loans 4. Car and personal loans !5. Farm and business loans See your Banker_he: the he[ping_es___t man in town FOUNDATION FOR COMMERCIAL ~ANKS. 8OX 8026, PHILADI~LPHIA 1, FA, Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mkhael Ott Enjoys Party on lOth Birthday ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ot.t of Jef ffe~on Avenue, Ch,axes Town gavfl a birthday party a,t Jefferson County Memorial Park Tuesday evening, July 28 in honor of their son Michael Nell's 1010h btz~Jhday. Private swLmming was enjoyed ,f~'om 7 til 9 by all. l:tefreshmenCs were soda, cake, Tastee Freeze, potao, chips and nuCs. A beautiful birthday cake was baked by Miss Margaret Petrucci. AbtendSng guestJs were Mrs, Rob evt Oft. Donald Oft, Van Ott. Oral O~t, Mr. Edwin Pope, Mrs. Paul- ine Pope, Lorna Pope, Lynn Pope, Tom*my Pope, Pa,mella Pope, Mr. 'l~elvtn Lille. Mrs. Sarah lAlla. Re Ib~Cea Lille, Judy DiAngelto, Mrs. .SaDly Lille. Jay Lilla, Vtnce IAlla. ~r. Robert Nlcewarner. Mrs. Doris Nicewarner. Lady, &/Its. Myr~te Wl,lt, Larry W, il, Sterling Wilt. David Wii, t, Mrs. Peggy Bu, bler, Brad Butler, Jody Butler, Mr. Rod get Ramey, Mrs. Barbara Ramey, Tin, a, Mr. John Bartlet, Mrs. Barbara Bartlett, Jeff Bartlett, Ca Shy Bartlett, Cris Bartlett, Cat,by Perkins, Bobby Perks, Miss Kay Lorenz, Zipper Lorenz, Mfrs. Hel- en Coulter, Peanut, Jackie Coulter Wayne W~itmore, Terry Lehman, Thomas Kerns, Johnny Merchant, Donald Noland, Dewey Noland, Larry Oden, Phyllis Oden, John Clipp, Billy Mercer, Tom,my Mer- cer, Btitch Hehle, Craig Kastle, Bobby Slau,~her, Grog Carper, Dermic Spech~t, Larry larit~, Er- hie Jones, Eddie Whittington, Leeds Corb~n, Ronnie Corse, Glenn Smallwood, Deneane Small ,WOOd. Pvt. Dennis M. Glaize Completes Marine Recruit Training Pa~ris Island. S. C. ~PHTNC)- Marine Pvt. Dennis M Olalze, son Route 2, Charles Town completed recruit training July 21 ~t the Marl,he Corps Recruit Depot, Par- ris Island, S. C. Relatives and friends of many of l~he new Marines were on Land to witness the graduation ceremon los. i The 12-week training schedule included drill, bayonet training, physical c(~ndi,taonlng, parades and ceremonies and other military s~bjects. Three weeks were s,pent on the rifle range vchere the recruits fir- ed bhe M-1 rifle and received in- struction in basic Marine infanCry weapons. This recruCt training prepares yound Leathernecks for further specialized infantry training at Camp Lejeune, N. C. SHENANDOAH GARDEN CLUB TO MEET MeMILLAN HOME '~he regular monthly meeting of Shenandoah Garden CLub will be held Wednesday, Aug. 12 a,t 2 p. ,m. ~t the home of Mrs. David Mc tlV~ilian, wil~h Mrs. Pauline Houser of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. ~laize of as co-hostess. the bigges SAVE $131 TO $209 ON SEDANS, HARDTOPS~--Based on manu- facturers' suggested prices for comparable '59 models. Room for six 6-footers. SAVE UP re $5oo ON STATION WAGONS--Get the 100-inch wheelbase RamblerAmeriean ... $500 less than the other 2 best-selling station wagon makes. Full 5-passengerroom. SAVE UP TO $176 ON RESALE--. Rambler tops all other, low- priced cars in trade-in value by more than ever, according to N.A.D.A. Used Car Guide. i, COME IN NOW AND STRIKE IT RICH! SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS DURING BONANZA DAYS! AMBROSE RAMBLER, Charles Town, W. Ta. I II I im ii i By Miss Lillian Myers Mrs, Cabell Tapscott has return ed home from a motoring trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. Mr ,and Mrs. Ralp'h Payne of Harrisc:aburg, Va. spent Sunday witch t'heir son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. David Payne. Mr, and Mrs. John Horst and family of Chicago have been vis- iting their sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. James Padgett and Mr. and Mr:~. Homer Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sammons a.qd children of Washington are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. The many friends of Mrs. Gro- ver Leith are glad to know she is improved after having been a pa tient in King Daug,hters Hospi- tal Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Andrews" and family of Aberdeen. Md. have bee,~ vitsiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mrs. J. Clive Myers and little Suzanne Myers visited last week with her son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. John Potter in Clove land, Ohio. Miss Mary Ellen Hen- dricks who had been visiting there the past month returned home with her mother. ,Mr. and Mrs. Faust Corse a:ad family who have been living with her father Mr. Shirley Southard hav~ moved to Brun'swick, Md. Master Jerry Wilson of Cleve- land, Ohi~ is visiting his grandpar ents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Weller and children left Saturday for Booth- wyn, Pa. to visit her brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Bis~hop. Little Mike Miller is visiting his aunt and uncle Mr. and ~Vlrs. Char los Grant in Sarver, Pa. Mrs. James Prewett of Charles- ton, S. C. is visiting her parents Mr. arid Mrs. Marvin Seal. Mrs. Lawrence DeMoff of Great Cacapon, W. Va. and Mrs. Ber- nard Hooten of Baltimore have been visitt;]g their sister Mrs. Har tzell Weller, having been called here by t'he death of their bro- t.her-in-law Mr. Weller. Mr. Maudie Good of New Mar- ket. Vs. spent the weekend with her sister and brot'her-in-law Mr, and Mrs. Millard Housden. Mrs. Charles Gran,t and child- ren and sister-in-law Mrs. Rut,h ~ho'af and family of S arver, Pa. have been vislti,~g Mrs. Grants brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson. Little Susan Grant who had been visiting here returned home with them. Dr. and Mrs. Willis Dearing of New York, N. Y., Mr. and ,Mrs. Brooke Blaclcford and Mrs. Elmer Clipp of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers a,~d Miss Lil- lian Myers were dinner guests of Mrs. Ca.bell Tapsco,tt Sunday ev- ening. Mrs. Rex Cro&s of Hagerstown. Md. visited for several days last week with her sister-in-law 'Mrs. Walter Ronemous and nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley and Miss Elinor Ann Shirley attended the funeral of Mrs. Shirley's cou- sin Dr. Hamvnond Link in Hagers town. Md. la'st Thursday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Calvin Fleming of Gharles Town and Mr. and Mrs. George Glassford spent the week end at A.tlantic City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. A;~des of Bealton, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond and Miss Camilla Wil,tshlre this week. Miss Shirley Wisham of l~ila- :ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: At ~ULES held in t'he Clerk's office of t,he Circui,t Court of Jeff- erson County August 3 1959. Henry W. Morrow, Ancillary Ad I ministrator of t,he EsCa, te of C~es- ton H. Brown, deceased, plaintiff VS John Wilson Brown, Alice Brown; James (Jimmie) Brown and Hilda Brown; Neoma Cook; Amanda J. Brown: Cora S. Keyes and William U. Keyes; l~u'tl~ A. Brown; Wal,ter H. Brown and Mary Brown; Lewis U. Brown and Luoille Brown; C. Nelson Brown and Claudius Brown; 'Mary Evans and Melon Evans; all dewisees and their respective spouses as well as sole surviving ,heirs .at l@w of Cheston H. Brown, deceased; John H. Watson, Jr., dba Watson's Funeral Home; I=t. C. Jenkins ,~nd P1Mlip J. Hlrsbaman, defendan;t. OBJECT OF SUIT The abject of ,the above suit is o scale the e~vate of Cheston H. Brown, deceased; to secure a,n au- d.it by a commissioner in chancery of the debts and liabilities of the decedent, and he order of prior- i,gy of 0he same~ and to secure an order of sale of certain real estate owned by .~he decode,hi ,at the Vitae of his death in Ray's Addl.tion ,to Shepherdstown in Sheiaherdstown District i,n Jefferson County, Wes Virginia; and tosecure such other relief as may be proper to effect- ually settle said estaCe. I appearing, on affidavi filed in this sui,t, 1shot 't,he Defendants John Wilson Brown, Alice Brown, Neoma Cook, am,ands J. Brown, Corn S. Keyes, Will~azn U. Keyes, Ruth A. Brown, WalCer H. Brown, Mary Brown, Lewis U. Brown, Lu ciHe Brow,n, C. Nelson Brown, Claudia Brown, ~V~ary M. Ev~ms, Melon Ev, ans, J