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AND PERSONAL RPI RS FERE Mrs. G. E. Wehb names of a well known family lht be of interest to many peo- ?and especially those of Jef- County, W. Va. The late W. and Eliza C. Horn were the nts of six children, five of In born in Jefferson County, i farm and one born in Berkel county. The six are all living I are as follows: William B. hi 84 of Harpers Ferry, W. ,'Mrs. Ida V. Grandstaff, 82 of Spring, Md., Mrs. Bessie brunn, 79 of Harpers Ferry, Luey Wheeler 77 living in * s, John A. Horn, 73 of Mar- mrg, W. Va. Mrs. E. Estelle ion 71 of Norfolk, Va. Mrs. L unn was born in Berkeley wish this fine interesting could get together for a reunion. We understand 1 enjoyed excellent health. dry weather in Bolivar- Ferry and throughout and f the bride attended ACTIVITIES IN . them. After the ceremony they left for a motor trip over Skyline r AND BII I ,r.,o and through parts of Vir- ,i ginia. The young groom is a grad uate of ttarpers Ferry High Telephone 2492 School and was a student at Shep herd College for awhile. He is em ployed at Dixie Narco in Charles this area has now reached drouth Town. Mrs. Longerbeam was em- proporlions. Gardens which were ployed in Wheaten, Md. They ex late from the very late spring pect to live in Charles Town. were doing fine and getting pro- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and lific when the hot dry weather family of Alexandria, Va. spent came and within three days all the weekend with Mrs. Smith's vegetation was wilted and droop parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles ed ad turning yellow before they Trundle. had their growth. Rain is badly Band Rehearsal needed over a large local sec- At a recent Band rehearsal Lion. meeting at the local High School Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mrs. John refreshments were served by Newcomer, Mrs. Ned Winters members of the Band in honor and Mrs. Jake Eggborn members of Prof. C. C. Arms Band Direct. of the Art Department of the We or in the Harpers Ferry District mans Club attended the Dutch High School for the past eight Fair at Hershey, Pa. recently,years. He worked faithfully and Longerbeam---Lewis well and had a band that the en- Charles David Longerbeam 22 tire area was proud of. He and of Bolivar and Mary Frances Lew Mrs. Arms will continue to live is of Bethesda, Md. formerly of in Bolivar Prof. Arms announ. IIarpers Ferry were quietly mar-ced a year ago that he would re- ried on Friday evening, Sept. 1st it|re in Aug. 61. in the Lutheran Church in Brun C. W. Wilt Dies Suddenly swick, Md. by the pastor, Rev. Charles William Wilt, 64 of Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mu mmaw of Bolivar, brother-indaw Bolivar died very suddenly on Thursday while at work at the Standard Lime and Cement Com- pany at Millville where he had been employed as a repairman for 28 years. A native of Chest. nut Hill, Jefferson County, W. Va. he was a son of the late Levi and Mary Ann Wilt and Was a "nember of the Methodist Church there. Survivors are his wife, the for mer Nettle Oden, three sons, Floyd, Kenneth and Matthew , ~ Wilt all of Harpers Ferry; two II .... AT.- m m BIG !STORE daughters Mrs. Doris Giffin of Charles Town and Mrs. Jeanne Shaft of Gapland, Md.; three sis ters Mrs. Maggie Mowers and Mrs. Ella Jenkins, both of Mar- tinsburg and Mrs. Annie Grove, of Chestnut Hill; one brother Jos eph Wilt of Mountain Mission and eight grandchildren. The --- I N --- ' body rested at the Melvin T. Stri der Company Colonial Funeral CHARLES TOWN Home until Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m. when services were conduc ted from there by the Rev. Mr. 'I S L[ McClegg. Burial was made ie !R {',t)lFairview Cemetery in Bolivar. Mr. Charles Stellar who is quite a lucky fisherman landed a 3 lb. Our Entire 'Stock - Sizes 3 - 6x and 7 - 14 bass several days ago. He's class- ed as a lucky fisherman as he seldom comes home and says they all got away. Mrs. Hugh Wiley of near Char- les Town and daughter Mrs. Char tes Aleshire- of Quantico, Vs. were visitors at the G. E. Wilt Wegg home on Sunday evening. Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. Russell Twigg of Harpers Ferry have announced the marriage of their daughter Jo Anne to Delaney Milbourne son of Mr. and,4 rs. Louis Mil- bourne of Front Royal, Va. on Saturday evening Aug. 19 at 6 o'clock in Methodist Church at Tom's Brook, Va. by the Rev. Frazier. Attending the couple ed. Aftet" the dge I Mr. ,4ifcEo C)dc'rl ahd held by the Rev. Harold McClaYIsons were recent visitors of Mr. delivered a very interesting rues. land Mrs. Bob Webb and family sage. I at Shenandoah Junction. [ Mr. and Mrs. Sammy eden lJ Ak| k| | k| (R [were Sunday visitors of the lat- | I ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ........... tB z ...... [Shumaker and family a ol'var. tsy fflrs, famine utt [ Mr. andMrs. Bob Webb and [I :HENAWDaAH family of Shenandoah Junction v were Labor Day visitors of Mr. [ and Mrs. Merle Oden and sons. [ JKJIm,,IIU Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were 1 .......... recent visitors of her mother Mrs. [ By Miss Lilliaa Myers Carrie Johnson at Millville [ . ------- " lvirand Mrs Charles Breen MI. and Mrs. Lanham and fam] . .f T,.,,dmm C.,,nt~, V~ w,~r~land Mr and Mrs Lester Allison lly .............. ~, ........ . .... : . _" ot Bammore were lUncheon Sunday ws tors of the latters par} .......... ents Mr and Mrs Sam Hardy and | guests ot t;aptam ann Mrs. r reo family.' "" [Kelley last week. s se " ti " Mr and Mrs John Huth of Bal Mr. Roy Pul is a pa ent Int.. .. ....... the Taw C.~neral n. n't ]umore are visiting their cousin ____ Charles __..n ....... H__._L Mrs abel Ta ott al. We wish her a speedy recov-I .. C _ ..psc . ...... orv [ Mr. ann Mrs. Meremtn .~oya -Mrs Lucy Penwell was called[and children of Waynesboro, Va. hnrnp" an rPhHr~clav d.~ tcl Lb.|have been visiting her parents .................. ~ ............ r d M "" r Blaekf rd death of her brother.in-law Mr.|M" an rs. tlar y f o,. ..... Mr wayne Wright o Wasning Wilham Writ of Bohvar. Mr. Wfltl . . ton spent the weekend with hls dmd while at work on Thursday.] othe "'rs CA rence Wri ht My sympathy goes out to the be-[m Z; a ... ..g L reaved family. Mr. Wilt was a un,[ mr: ann mrs. mus Housaen cle of the correspondent [are me parents a son wmcn .... :'. .... | was born in City Hospital Mar- ,,,r. anu mrs. ,.ugene wm ann [ qnsbur , last Thursda- daughter Cindy were recent vis- " "" i.. w,__ ltors oI the formers parents ar, | ratnrnad hams hgvina and Mrs Humphrey Wilt and ............. : ...... _ .......... [ spent two months with her sister aaugmers at nesmu rim. |an brother in la , Mr and Mrs Cotton Barr and "" " "'." " ........ f "l o" "" 'In - r S " I John Potter in Cleveland, Ohm. taml y r Mary na.were, atur [ Mr Kenneth Yager of Utica, N nay cauers ot rs.glxne ann [v s e-t Saturday with his sis" Mr. Earnest Cline. }ter a"n i" brother-i n-law Mr. and Ott Reumon [ Mrs. Oscar Seal. The Ott reunion was held on | Mr. and Mrs. David Payne and Sunday on the lawn at the home}daughter Deborah Kay spent the of Mrs. T. D. Ott. Those attend, weekend with her brother Mr. ing were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott iHenry Blackford in Arlington, and sons Calvin Jr. and Ronnie of Kensington, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and daughters, Glenda and Cindy and sons Kevin and John Thomas of Randallstown, Md., Mrs. Beatrice Angelo and sons Steven and Kevin Of Burke, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Kaye and daughter Karen and sons Regular $3.99 to $29.99 SALE to .00 to $5.99 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS Entire 'Stock Reg. $1.99 !SALE to were the grooms sister and bro- ther Miss Ada Marie Milbourne and Samuel Milbourne. The bride attended Harpers Ferry High School and is a graduate of the West Virginia College of Beauty Culture of Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr. Milbourne is employed by Kemp's Home and Farm Supply Purcellville, Va. They will reside Vs. Mrs. Ruth Serious of Silver CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES Sizes 3-6x and 7-14 Reg. $2.99---SALE for Reg. $3.99---SALE for .00 GOODS Fall Wash and Wear Fabrics. Values to 79c SALE yds. for $ .00 Spring, Md. has returned home after having spent a week with her sister and brother.in.law Mr. Mrs, Eddie Breeden. Ronnie Henderson who" is with the marines and stationed in Nor folk, Va. is spending a furlough Buzzy and Kevin of Phoenix, Art with his parents Mr. and Mrs. zona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott Paul Henderson., and sons Donate, Van, Nell and Miss Gladys Brown of Martins Oral, Mr. and Mrs..Bob Nicewar-Iburg visited her sister.in-law and net and daughter (:may ann son[brother Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and sons [Brown Saturday. Ronald, Larry, Sterling and Dav lPlcnle Supper s Mi s :u iLynanndP es?fsCh oa:; !a M p can d Mur;pe?eadt Ht s eldhhad Rickel and daughter Norma Jean, [last Saturday. Guests were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs..Elmer Larue and [j. Clive Myers and daughters, daughter Connie and son Lonnle [ Mary Ellen and Suzanne, Mr. and of Ranson, Mr. and rs. William Mrs. Roy Magaha and children Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and Mrs. Danny Hendricks and daughters Cindy and Dana. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Mercer of Washington and Mrs. Robert Cross of Martinsburg spent La- bor Day weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Robert Cross and Mrs. Wal- ter Ronemous. Mr. and Mrs. B :uce Ellis and liLle granddaughter' spent Sunday with her sister and brother-in. law Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden. Mr. Robert Housden of Wash- ington has been visiting his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Housden. Mrs, William Wisham has re- turned to her home in Philadel- phia after visiting her mother ham with all the ' ' [M s. G eith. Her d ughter trimmings was r rover L a served, bl [Shirley will remain here where Everyone had an enjoya e ishe will attend school and spend "me. hMr .and Mrs. Donald eden arid :he winter with her grandmother. and Mrs. Charles Mercer daughter Donna and sons Guy md son Vaughn of Oberlin, Pa. and Frank of Bakert0n spent Sat have been visiting hr mother Wilt and daughters Arbutus and Antionnette, Mr. and Mcs. Floyd McDaniels and daughter Sharon and Shells and son Wayne of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Don aid eden and daughter Donna and sons Guy and Frank of Bak- erton, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ott, Mr. Eddie Ott and girl frond Romana, Mr. :Frank Page ,and friend, Sylvia of Vienna, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and daughters Inez and Darlene and sons Beverly, Duane and Timmy Randolph Ridgeway, Mrs. Nellie Oden and Harryr Ott and Mrs. T. D. Ott. Fried chicken, baked urday night with the fo 'mers mother Mrs. Nellie eden and son Billy. ' . ' in Front Royal .... Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jonkins The annual Tail Twister's pic and family of Bolivar were Sun- nie of the Harpers Ferry.Bolivar day visitors of the f, ormers par, Lions Club was held at Memorial ents Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Jen: Park in Charles Town on last :kins and family. Wednesday evening. Fried chick* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm en and a plentiful supply of all iand son Tokama Park, Md. were OTHER FALL FABRICS AT JUST that goes with it was enjoyed by I Sunday visitors of the formers 59c - 79c - 99c - $1.99 all present including the guests parents Rev, and Mrs. Arthur of the evening, Zone Chairman Beahm. Choose Now From Our Large Selection, Hugh Via and Mrs. Via, Mr .and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and ; Also Shop Our Complete Notion Dept. Mrs. Don Bowden and family and daughter Patsy and son Johnny the wives and members of the Lion members. In a brief meet- ;ng following the repast it was announced that due to a recent surgical operation, Mr. Frank An derson of H. F. Park Servicg will be unable to serve the club as president. Mr. Clarence C. Arms dce president will serve as pres "dent for the coming term Michael Basore, son of Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Basore Fred vrick, Md. has returned home af ter spending the summer months ii FALL MILLINERY SALE Largest Selection in the Area. Regular $3.99 Regular $7.99 SALE SALE Regular $5.99 Regular $9.99 SALE .97 SALE L97 : Reg. $12.99.--SALE at the home of his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. William Ram- vy. Mrs. Basore also returned to ' er home after caring for her other Mrs. Edna Kern during MENS PANTS er recent illness. On last Satur. SCHOOL 'ay Mrs. Kern entered the Knott test Home in Charles own. Sgt. Sizes 29 36 Reg. .99 asore who has been m Freder. = ck for quite a number of years SALE for $ has been transferred to Bel Air, Md. Recent visitors at the Kern home were Rev. and Mrs. Harry :,,, Iager of Baltimore, Md. Mr. ?harles" Wiseman of the Masonic "tome in Elizabethtown, Pa., Mr. nd Mrs. Lewis Wiseman and son f Towson, Md., Mrs. Walter Cut 'aft of Rocky|lie, Md. and Mr. md Mrs. Harold Ditz of York, All were relatives of the "(ern family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Staubs are spending a week in Lowell, Mass. with their son Ernest who is in the U. S. Air Force now sta tioned there. The Tri County MYF Workshop and Pledge Service was' held at of Ranson were Sunday visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mrs. Eddie Stone and family of Loudoun County, Va. were recent visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dietrich. , Mrs. Arietta Penwell and dau- ghters Betty Lou and PeggY and Debbie and son Glenn and Mr. Wayne Pillow visited Luray Car erns recently. Guy and Frank eden of Bak r- ton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter Dianne of the Bloom, ery, Mr. and Mrs. Philip eden and daughter Lisa and Mr. and Mrs. ,Philip Wiley and daughter Thresa were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and faro fly. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Viands and daughter of Ranson were vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands and baby on Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shiflett and son of Ranson were recent visi- tors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. l dney Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughter Donna and sons Guy and Frank at Bakerton on Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family of Millville were re- cent visitors of the formers par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. and son. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stone and family of Hamilton, Vs. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dietrich. Mr. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway and Mrs. Mary Cline Bolivar Methodist Church on Sunday afternon and evening. The Workshop for Officers was held in the afternoon, divided in- to four classes of Executive Off. eers and Faith, Witness and Cit. 'were Sunday visitors of Mr. and izenship classes were conducted Mrs. Merle eden and sons. by Conference Youth Officers. i Mr. and Mrs. Jock Wilt and After classes a dinner was served family were recent visitors of the Mrs. Clifton Graves. Mr. Frank Fraley was a recent visitor at the home of his dau- ghter Mrs. Earl Miller. He has Just retilrned from Oakland, Cal. where he visited his son and dau ghter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Iiii Fraley. Blr hday Dinner Mrs. Lewis Sager gave a birth- day dinner in honor of her hus- bands birthday Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Sager Jr., Charles Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Whitmer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sag er and children, Mr. and Mrs. GeOrge Glassford and children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sager and son and Captain and Mrs. Fred Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd and :daughter Miss Mary Alice Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sam- mons and family attended the !Davis family reunion which was i held in Shenandoah, Va. Sunday. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams visited the latters brother-in-law and sistet Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Wall of Alexandria, Vs. on Sun- daY iss Joyce Burhman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burhman i sl nding two weeks with Miss Delores Day at the home of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed- gar Day of ShepherdstoWn. Mrs. Alice Whetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scinley and family of Strasburg, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel on Sun. day. Mr. William Constant who is a patient at Newton D. Baker Hos pital spent Labor Day weekend with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grubb and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarty. On L Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Doug Arvin and family stop ped at Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mc- Carty's after having spent the weekend at Rehobeth Beach, Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and daughter Pare spent the weekend at Akron, Ohio with Mr. and Mrs. Franzoni had spent the previous week with Pam Cox. Miss Mary Dick, daughter of Mrs. James Dick and the late DEPT (:HARLES TOWN'S THREE WAYS STORE SHOPPING CENTER I. CASH 2. CHARGE OUR STORE HOURS:-- TO BUY-- 3. LAY-AWAY by the W. S. C. S. of the Church. [latters mother Mrs. Hattie James The affair was very well attend, l at Ransom to52 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday to Wednesday 9 to 9 Friday - 9 to 6 :Saturday F:i/aYrs.n gh:n tihkher sister-in- THURSDAY SEPTE I ER' 7, i96.1 .... ' .... : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and son Bobby and Miss Mary Ann friends. He has recently been and Mrs. Fred Smith at their cot Lemen'" -of'Martin'sburg" -crew ~e- stationed.. .. at Keesler Air Force I rage on the Potomac cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jack t~ase, MISS. I Mr. Fred Smith accompanied son Dodson Newport News, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mauck, i by Miss Mar), Ann Lemen and S/3c James C. McCarty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mauck, Miss Miss Edith Castleman of Martins- Mr. Louis McCarty and Mrs. Leon Mary Ann Lemen and Miss Edith ] burg drove S/3c ,lames Smith to ard Stuckey Jr. is on a month's Castleman all ot MartinsburglLangley Air Force Base on Men- | furlough visiting his parents and were supper gue.~day of Mr. I day. JUST 3 MORE DAYS Open a Savings Account by 4:00 P. M. the llth of This Month and Earn a Full Four Months Divi- dend on December 31st. Postage Paid Both Ways By Us! ~l 4%~~~ RATE ' -- WINCHESTER ' SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 29 W. Boscawen St. Winchester, Va. PHONE Me 2-3426 OF 2 WEST MAIN STREET BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA 2:00-9.' P. M. REFRESHMENTS DOOR PRIZES Having sold our "Mary Ann Farm" we will hold a Complete Dispersed of D~tiry Cattle, Dairy Equipment, Machinery and Hay. The Farm is Ideated 1 mile South of Leesburg, Vs., on ]gt. 15. FOLLOW SIGNS TO SALE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. L M. (D' S. T.) This sale must start on time due to being one of the largest sales to be held in this area. Herd Certified and Accredited. Health Charts with Cows and Intro. State Papers. 210 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS 106 Cows in Milk and Springers. Malay 500 lb. Fat Cows in this group with records over 17,000 Milk ~nd "/00 lb. Fat. 24 Springing First Call Heifers. ~O Yearling Heifers, ready to breed. 42 Heifer Calves up to 10 months of gg~. NOTE:---This iS a good uddered group Of cows wltl~ 1L000 lb. m~lk g~d 440 fat. ~A third of cows on test m'e first calf heifers. Herd on DHLt-. Records to be given day of sale. This is a home raised herd, using culling ~d !trUflelal breeding to build up to present levels. DAIRY E QUIPME{ IT One 500-Gal. SUNSET Bulk Milk Tank, 2,y~ old:4' Surge ~l Milkers; 1 Surge Vacuum Pump - Model BB4: Two 80-Ga~. Hot Water He~ters; $ Wuh Vats; 3 Strainers; 4 Milk Buckets; 3 H.P. Boiler; Mlseellane0u~ Dairy EqUll~nent and Supplies. MACHINERY Model 2010 JD Diesel, 267 hours: Model 35 ~D M~ure Loader for Model 2010; 2 Bottom JD Plow, JD Chisel INow, Farina8 450 Diesel 1H 4 bottom trip bezm plow. 8-ft. f~st,hitch blade, Danuser Post Hole Digger 14" A~er: IH Super "C" Tractor, C~ltivator Super "C", Model 24 IH Mower, 2 row e~rn plantm., Super "C" IF[ No. 15 Rotary Field H~rvester with corn and Dlekup attoehments; Fox Ensilage Blower PTO, JD Model N w/Silage sides; 135 Bushel PrO manaro Spreader, NH No. 68 PrO B~ler, '56 2-Ton Chev. Dump Truck with 14-ft~ Stock Racks: '55 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup; 2 IH Wagons with beds; 2 W~-~I TralS~, KB7 International Truck with farmhand custom siis~e unlo~llng b~l: ~ lt[~- mermill; Farmhand Rake. Clark Boom Sprayer with Trailer TAnk: dis~ had, row, Wikomi Seeder, Grass Seeder, Mayrath $8' Grain Elevator. Hay F~v~tor, a~d Many Miscellaneous Items that are too numerous to mention. NOTE:--Most of this Machinery has been purehasod s/nee 1958 aad is in excellent condition. 3O0 TON H Ay ALFALFA AND Ml~D HAY. CATTLE SALE HELD UNDER TENT FINANCING:--Arrangements have been made with Dairy Credit Co., DO Kalb, Nil., to finance acceptable purchases. Please make a~ements prior to dsW of sale. TERMS:--CASH DAY OF SALE. AUCTIONEERS:--H. H. BARTLETT, HOWARD DAWKINS. THELMA HOI MB, Owner VA. PHONE SPRING 7-3865 WvIJJAM S. " ENGLL H, JR...Sale Manager Winchester, Va. MO 2-2927 Lunch Served By Leesburg Methodist Youth Fellowship. August 31 - ~}t.