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| HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. WED. - THURS. - FRI. This one will capture your heart[ GARY COOPER DOROTHY McGUIRE ANTHONY PERKINS MARJORIE MAIN William Wyler's. IPRODUCTION a MOTION PICTURE INVESTORS II Hill IIII I SEPT, 6 - 7 - 8 J0R VERA MILES LLOYD BRIDGES m CINEMA OP AND TECHNIC OR a MOTION. PICTURE INVESTORS INWOOD, W. VA. WED. - THURS. - FRI. SEPT. 6 - 7 - S ALL REBEL SHOW !1 (WITHOUT A COTTON PICKIN TICKET) FREE--Confederate Flag to Each Car. FREE--S9000.00 in Cash to be given Away (Con. federate Money)---Save Your Money--The South Shall Rise Again. COME ON OUT--YOU ALIa--LET'S CELEBRATE .I~tUES NATALie.. SAL DEAN- WOOD" MINEO A ~PU ~'~ iq~l CINEMASCOPE 'a~,,,i~ J.~ WAI~NERCOL~ JBACKUS'M~kN $cre~flW~$~R/~TSffRN Pro~eed~DAYIDW[I~ART I INWOOD, W. VA. HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. SATURDAY ONLY SEPTEMBER 9 OUR BIGGEST AND BEST DUSK- TO- DAWN SHOW OF THE YEAR,* , 5 - OUTSTANDING FEATURES . 5 mRg m Lo ;ox ] t.WC r llmzx ,rn ! 4]ii dL/ , mN mtrs THz Husz _...._ I Sutures I Merry Anders I ........ Penny Edwards I__ m , VAN O01tM "DALTON GIRLS' Pat icia. Medina In " BUCKSKIN LADY I FREE :--Coffee and Donuts During Last Feature, ADULTS 60c -- CHILDREN FREE II suN.-MON.- TUES. SEPT. 10- 11- 12 --FIRST SHOWING IN AREA!-- "T tE Cl lEA' ER i" , "Young Love, Sex for Fun, and Other Teen-Age Action for Kicks are to be Found in This Tale Show- ing the Stages that some of the Teen-Agers go through in the process of growing up. ALSO-- 6REKI' IN'ROOM mN6 LOW "DUITERHEI, g 8r IOLLYWOOD'S HOTTEST NEW ffAR in a different role! The quolations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales a~ Charles i Town, Monday, Sept. 4, 1961. I I Receipts of cattle and shoats I heavy with a good demand for all hogs, cattle and calves. Feature of sale was hogs top $19.80; cows and hogs active. Choice butcher steers none; good butcher steers 22.00 to 24.00 plain to medium steers 17.00 to 21.00; choice butcher heifers none; good butcher heifers 19.00 to 21.00; plain to medium heifers NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE of Valuable Real Estate! By virtue of ~he authority vested ~n me by ~ Deed of Trust bearing date the 19t1~ day of Oc- tober, 1959, executed ,by ~a~arde M. Trussell and Theresa M. Trus- sell, ,his wife, o ~he u~dersigned l%oger J. Perry, Trustee, o secure the payment of that certain note described therein, ,recorded in the office of ,the Clerk of ~he County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 234, at +,page 540, the said note now being due and payable, and default having bee,.q made ~n the +payment thereof, the undersigned, having been required so to do by the holders of said note, will offer for sale " at public auction Co the highest bidder ~t the front door of Vhe Court House in Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Oharles Town, West Virginia, on the 9th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1961 at ten o'clock A. M., the follow- ing described property: All of those three certain lots with ffnprovements thereon sit- uate in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on ~he west side of Marshal,1 Street, and desoNbed as Lots Numbered 20, 21 and 22, in Block 151, each lot with a f.rontage of thirty (30) feet o~ Marshall Street and extending back in equal width in parallel 15.00 to l&00" good bu11,~ 19.50 f~ 20.00; plain to medium bulls 16: Pof[ J th E ti g S 4 H'er 00 to 19.00; commercial cows 16.- r0 s n e a n , oys - t)0 to 16.50; utility cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners and cutters 15.00 down; cows by the head up Io 183.00; stocker and feeder steers up to 24.20; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 131.00; Choice to prime calves 30.00 1o 33.00; good butcher calves 26.00 to 30.00; medium butcher calves 22.00 to 25.00; thin calves 21.00 down; heavy calves up to 28.00; Blue head grade lambs 20.10; red head grade lambs 18.20; red shoulder grade lambs 15.40; but- cher ewes up to 6.00; stock ewes per head none; Good butcher hogs 19.25 to 19.- 80; medium butcher hogs 17.50 to 19.00; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 to 1900; butcher sows 13.00 to 16.00; heavy feders and light butcher hogs 17.00 to 21.00; shoats per hundred 24.75 down; pigs per head 15.75 down; heavy boars 10.- 50 to 12.00; stags none; sows and pigs none; stock boars 12.00 to 16.00; Miscellaneous Sales start 11:00 A. M.~Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday~ Annual Calf and Cattle Sale Friday, October 13. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Farm Near Leetown The pretty Pennsylvania 4.H miss pictured here is typical of her 4-H sisters throughout the land who can bake a mouth-waterlng loaf Default having been made in of bread or pan of golden rolls. She is like some half.million 4.H'crs the payment of the indebtednessenrolled in a baked foods project, reports the National 4-It Service secured by deed of trust hereaf- Committee. ter mentioned and the undersignIt was just l0 years ago that 4-H Club girls took up baking as a ed trustee having been requiredserious project governed by rules and certain well-defined objectives by the party secured by said deed spelled out by the Cooperative Extension Service. It was then that of trust so to do, therefore, pur the demonstration aspect of good baking practices was launched as a suant to the terms of that certain national awards program, according to a 4-H Service Committee deed of trust, made by Charles E. spokesman. Albert, unmarried, Kenneth R. The awards were made possible by Standard Brands, Incorporated, Albert and Janis Marie Albert, and it the years went by, they were increased considerably. Today, six national scholarships of $400 each are given to the highest ranking sPmrr OF JEFFERSON rAP. P.s ADVO A 6--B THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, "A Constant 'Best Seller'--American "America Is A Better America-Thanks To DI.~q.AY ROOM IN NICHOt$ It.NLDI,,IIG H.~ttE$ T~t% W. YA,. ttL. ~ AFIEIt ~. It32 IF YOU DON'T CARE FOR MINT JULEPS, IF YOU DON'T LIKE SPACIOUS, GRACIOUS LIVING, DON'T READ THIS AD. Brick Colonial--8 Rooms, 3 Baths, Oil Heat, by 40' Poured Concrete Swimming Pool, House, 6 Acres, Beautiful Grounds, Brick Colonial--8 Rooms, 2 Baths, Oil Modern Kitchen, 8 Acres. his wife, Bertha Virginia Albert and Charles Albert, her husband,girls. An even dozen will qualify for expense paid trips to the National and Cyrus R. LeMaster to the un 4.H Club Congress in Chicago the last week in November. dersigned trustee, dated March For the best two-girl team demonstrators in the state and for the 14, 1957, recorded in the Officeindividual 4.H demonstrator as wel}, Standard Brands provides a of the Clerk of the County Court$50 U. S. savings bond for each. Medals are expected to be given to of Jefferson County, West Vir- an estimated 2,500 girls this year who win county recognition. ginia, in Deed Book 217, Page Participation in the 4-H bread demonstration program last year 121, to which reference is made,increased by 23 per cent over 1959, according to the National 4-H the undersigned trustee will of-Service Committee. This seems to indicate that "homemade" bread AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE fer for sale at public auction in is not a lost art, PHO IE :--Charles Town 180-W front of the Courthouse in Char- "America Is A Better America-Thanks To Advertising"Shepherdstown 3028 ~les Town, Jefferson County, W est Virginia, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th Brick Colonial--10 Rooms, 3 Baths, Stoker, ning Water, 200 Year Old Trees Grounds, 12 Acres. These Properties are Priced at Less than Building Costs; in Excellent Repair and Two ( Them Are Available for Immediate Occupancy. lines +a d+istance of 125 feet t~ an 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A, "A Constant 'Best Seller'--American Newspapers" I"A Constant 'Best Seller'--American alley ,in ~the rear thereof, as the M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME same ~re designated and described in the plat of the property of ~he that certain tract or parcel of *Charles Town Min~g, ~Manufac- land, containing 225 acres, more .! turi,ng and Improvement Corn- or less, with dwelling house, pany,.vecorded .in the office of the farm buildings and other ira- Clerk of tl~e County Court of said provements thereon, situate a- 'County in Deed Book X, at page bo]]t ~n~ (1~ mil~ west nf 1 o which said ~lat ~e.ferenee t - ~" ~ ''"'':+ "~ ":'i "": ;-" in .' own in mmmeway ~ strm~ zs hereby made. These lots are ........ HE GoES TO improved by a szx" (6) room dwell- sam uoumy, oemg me same prop ing. erty conveyed to said trustee by TERMS OF SALE:---One %h~d the deed of trust aforesaid and L!i . (1/3) cash on day of s~le, hal- conveyed to Charles E. Albert, + :+- i l ~ance in two (2). equal .~nstal,l: Kenneth ,R. Albert an([ Bertha! men~s, evmence.a oy. me no~es 9i Virginia Albert by Cyrus R. Le- one purchaser ,Dea~lng even aa~e .~,,~. h,, a,~,~ ~+,~,~ ~o.,.h ..... 'ale -1 M ...... ~ ~,,d d ............ 14, w~m any ot s laaya~ e on or .... .... )-' .... ) 1957, recorded m said Clerks ~care one ~ ann ~wo ~z years l ............. after date, respectively, bearing I o~nce m ~geeu ~OOK Zt/, rage int#rest from date at six per cent 120, AND BEING the same con- (6%) .per annum, p~ya:ble semi-Iveyed to C. D. LeMaster and said an,nually, secured 'by a Deed of lCyrus R. LeMaster by W. F. A1- Trust upon the property sold and lexander' Trustee and Sallie R. ' ,. " . ' ,," I Elliott by deed dated January 18, reasonaom am~urea upon %ne , - , build~n-s $hereon if an-~, ~t,~,11928, recorded m said Clerk s Of the privilege ,to +the purc'~,l~ser:of rice !n Deed Book. 130, Page 126 oaying all cash oft da_v of sale or]ant m wmcn me mteres~ o~ me increa-sing She cash payment as said C. D. LeMaster was convey- he may desire, ed to the said Cyrus R. LeMaster ROGER J. PERRY, by deed dated October 20, 1948, i~::~:'~::~:~z:~"+' Trustee.] recorded in said Clerk's Office ~'i lliI' August 17- 4t. ]in Deed Book 174, Page 365, to ]all of which deds and the referen ~~ Ices therein contained reference . ~...~ NEW IDEAS FOR | ]is made for further description of Then o 1 want him to keep up with .................. -~--+-'==: I [the same, together with all rights _A NEW ENA | ]of way and other appurtenances ............... l unto said real estate belonging, the Home ToWn News and his friends ] There is excepted from and NnRMAN E .lm+D I not included in this sale such por . ,, ~.'--I!|tion of said farm, if any, as may left behind through the ]have been includeff in the deed "~.~+ TNRTTRANI2.E A~EN~Tt?" ]from said Alberts to Lydia A. ~lJ ~~i~'~t~ __ ~"~ ............ " ..... I Chaffman and Raymond Chaff- ~~f ?~, Office City Building iman, dated September 23, 1957, "d~ ]~llJl ~~ ' |recorded in said Clerk's Office Telephone 552 [in Deed Book 220, Page 531, to ~ E ....... i which reference is made. unarms "town, w. vet. I TERMS OF SALE: One-third ! I ( ~ ) cash on day of +ale, balance THE HOMETOWN NEWSPAP R | in two equal installments, eviden ced by notes of the purchaser, ATIOliWlD| umuA~msu~m~eco.e~u~ bear, ing even date with day of uutu~tn~msummc~e~w~tm sale, payable on or before one tw[ msutuu~cz c~uP~v ~on~ c o~ and two years af.ter date respec- tively, bearing interest from date at six (6) percent per annum, payable semi-annually, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignment "of fire in- surance in a reasonable amount upon the buildings thereon, with ("TH[ WAY~ the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or ]FO; MEM WMO'I"OIL,,,, i! increasing the cash payment as lW40 V~ 600D ~e~r:'[ he may desire. FORREST A. BROWN M 0 N T H S TRUSTEE ~ Sept. 7-4T- SUBSCRIPTION (Plus 7 cents Tax in West Virginia) DURING THE COLLEGE YEAR Call in or Come in and Let Us Reserve Your Paper LOC~AL TgADEMA~tKS. I~1" ' Before the Last Minute Rush to Get Ready to Go. We do all the work, when you arrange for our spaced delivery fuel oil service. Before winter comes, Phone 118 about it. PHONE 222 CHARLES TOWN, W, VA.