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AND PERSONAL Mrs. G, E. Webb ACTIVITIES IN . . " phone 2492 and Mrs. Howard Wilt who been hying at the home of formers mother on Bolivar have purchased a home ,'ranklin~ W. Va. where they moved. Mrs. Wilt is teach- in a School there and Mr. t business: and'' Mrs. Witmer Thump- ; and. son' Mike of Charles L and.son Richard of Chicago visitors at the home of Mr. Mrs. Leon Edwards on Sun- men of the Camp Hill Me- Church were served a din recently by the W. S. C. S. and Mrs: D. L. Nunnally of :ton, D, C. spent Thurs- and Friday with their uncle H. Chambers at the L. Eacktes, Webb In Hospital G. E,, Webb is a patient in Tow.n General Hospital where he entered on Saturday ev ening. He has sllown some im- provement. . Mr. and Mrs. Byron H. Webb of Berkeley, California are visit- ing tim formers parents Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Webb at their home on Bolivar Heights. The former has been a student in the Umver slty of California. Dr. and Mrs. John Perry Jr. and daughter Susan of Houston, Texas left on Sunday morning from Washington, D. C. after vis Ring the formers parents Mr. and ~vtrs. John Perry on Bolivar Hei- ghts. Susan had spent most of the summer with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lehman and family of Shepherdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Wentzell Grove of Bethesda, Md. were visitors at the home of Mrs. J. L. Eackles. Enters Naval Hospital Mr. Tom Rissler, well known SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 14 1961 7--B FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES VISIT OUR PLANT AT .'| TOWN 899 OR MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 xa Reliable as a cock crow at break of day! So, why not try us the next time you have a prescrip- tion that requires careful compounding ? We value your patronage. i. J RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA Monday Thru Friday--1 SHOW ONLY--8:00 P. M. SATURDAY--3:00 . 7:00 - 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY--3:00 and 8:00 P. M. CHILDREN 25c --- ADULTS 50c WEIi NESDAY - THURSDAY --DOUBLE v ' ,% FRIDAY. SAtTURDAY SEPT. 13- 14 ACTION SHOW-- Bun" ( O,C.znr. 10Tg~, litTat~0t~ UNfit0 Im #~11515 SEPTEMBER 15 - 16 ---DOUBLE FEATURE-- ...... TF.BENBE MORGAN HAZEL COURT ..~ ROBERT BRATTY resident of Camp Hill who has [half of "Almeda Farm" which] been indisposed for quite some [they recently purchased from the [ time is entering the Naval Hos-Elate Harry C. Cain located on the [ pital at Bethesda, Md. this week I Old Furnace-Bakerton Road. Mr. 1 for observation and treatment. [Oden who is a building contrac-i Mr. Frank Decker of Grafton, I tor has lived in Bolivar with his W. Va. spent the weekend at Cliff t family for the past 10 years hay- side Motel. He is a native of Boll Par. Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Brien of Silver Spring, Md. spent the week end with their aunt Mrs. Betty Littleton who returned home with them for a week. Mr. and Mrs. James Littleton and family of Rocky[lie, Md. were visitors at the home of the for- mers grandmother Mrs. J. Rams- dill and family on Sunday and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trail in Charles Town. Mrs. Oscar Wilt who was coor dinator for the Bloodmobile which was at Camp Hilt Metho- dist Church recently wishes to thank everyone for their splendid help and cooperation for the day. Blake Harrison, Anne Newcom er and Donnie Hetzell graduates of Harpers Ferry District High School left on Sunday for Mor- gantown, W. Va. where they will enter the West Virginia Univer- sity. Mrs. Andrew Peterson and son Robert of Philadelphia, Pa. are visiting her mother Mrs. Howard Wilt on Bolivar Heights, while Mr. Peterson is on a business trip to Cleveland, Ohio. Death of Mrs. Price Former Resident Nearby Virginia Relatives here learned of the recent death of Mrs. Theresa El- izabeth Butts Price, 74 of Martins burg, widow of the late VernOn L. Price a well known B. & O. R. R. Engineer. She was a native of Loudoun County, Va. and was a daughter of the late Ofiver E. and Emma E. Waters Butts. Her husband died 20 years ago. Sur- ivors are a son Medford L. Price at the home and one sister Mrs. Jessie Bradford of Brentwood, Md. Burial was made in Martins. burg. Several cousins are living in this area. Ralph Mills of the U. S. Navy now stationed in Philadelphia was a recent visitor at the G. E. Webb home. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Mills of Brans wick. A Stanley Brush Party is being held at the home of Mrs. Frances Winters on Wednesday morning of this week. add Ferry news Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oden and their daughter Carolyn are mov- ing this week to a house on the L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY ing purchased the former Castle man property on Washington St. Work on their new home on the recently acquired property has al ready started. Their vacant home will be occupied by Douglas Lut. man of Berkeley Springs, head football coach at the Harpers Fer ry District High School who is married to Miss Patricia Sum- mers of Berkeley Springs on Sat urday, Sept. 23. Mrs. O. A. Webb spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters in Pleasant- ville, Md. Sunday visitors at the G. E. Webb home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. David Webb of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters and son Charles of Pleasantville, Md. Mrs. Lewis Reek spnt Wednes- day and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glover in Gaithers- burg, Md. FALCONS-- TUDOR .... Cambridge Blue, Heater, Straight Transmission FORDOR .... Whlte---iteater, W/Tires, Straight Transmission FORDOR .... wmte---Veiuxe Trim, Heater, Fordomatic, Ra~iio, Wheel- Covers FORDOR ...... Camortdge Blue, FordomaUc, Radio, Heater, W/Tires, Wheel Covers. FORDOR .... lumt ~reen and White, Radio, Heater, FordomaUe, Demxe Tram, Wheel Covers, W/Tires FORDOR WAGON--- vvtttte, ~#eluxe 'Erim, lO.t rip Engine, Radio, Heater, Foruom~.c, rauueu ua~, W]''tres, Wlteel Uovers. FORDOR WAGON--- Wrote, Deluxe Trim, 101 HP Engine, Radio, Heater, Foraomauc, Pa~lded Dash, Luggage RacK, W/Tires, Wheel Covers FORDOR.-. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S 'SALE Farm Near Leetown Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. ~ VNI l~tA~ ~ I Your Name Agency's PROTECTION QUESTION BOX by Agency Principal's Default having been made in ~he payment of the indebtedness secured by deed of trust hereaf- mr mentioned and the undersign ed trustee having been required oy the party secured by said deed of trust so to do, therefore, put suant to the terms of that certain deed of trust, made by Charles E. Albert, unmarried, Kenneth R. Albert and Janis Marie Albert, his wife, Bertha Virginia Albert and Charles Albert, her husband, and Cyrus R. LeMaster to the un dersigned trustee, dated March t4, 1957, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Vir- ginia, in Deed Book 217, Page 121, to which reference is made, the undersigned trustee will of- fer for sale at public auction in front of the Courthouse in Char- les Town, Jefferson County, West ~irginia, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A, M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME~ Lhat certain tract or parcel of land, containing 225 acres, more or less, with dwelling house, Wrote, tJeluxe Trim, Fordomatic, 101 HP Engine, Radio, Heater, w/'x'ires, WJ~eei Uovers, Padded D~, Etectrtc Wipers FUTURO... ttiacK, tta~o, Heater, FordomaUc, W/Tires, Wheel Cov- ers, BacK.up Lights FORDS-- FAIRLANE TU-DOR--- z1~g,c,~ire xxeater, WJ'x'sres, 6-CyI., Straight Transmis- sion, White .---.----. $ GALAXIE CLUB VICTORIA--. ChemLpeake Blue and White, V-8 Engine, CruisemaUc, Power Steering, Ma4qcaire Heater, Itsulio, Tinted Glass, W/Tires, Padded Dash, Wheel Covers, W-Tires FORD COUNTRY UIRE WAGON--- Wlute, Fewer ltraKes, Windors, Steering, Seat; 300 HP V-8, Urmsematie, Tinted GI~, W-~ Washers, Air- Condition, Elec. Wipers, Pa~lded Dash, Tinted Glass, Equa Lec~ Rear End, W/Tares, Wheel Covers. MERCURYS- METEOR 600 FORDOR--. t,o~mma ~,ae, V-~t lVleru-~vl~tue Trans., He&let, Radio, Wrote Tires, Yadded Dash, W~eel t~overs. MONTEREY FORDOR-.. vwn~, ~o ~tP V-~ ~tuttt ~rtve Merc-O*Matle, Power Steering anu ttraKes, tta~o, rieater, Wtteel t~ver~ W-Tires. MONTt REY TUDOR HARD-TOP..- .~tht~, Z~O Ill* ~lulti Drove Merc-U-2vlahc, Power Steering and Brakes, Radio, Heater, Tinted Gla~s, Rice. Wzpers, W/S Wasi~ers, W-~Tires, Wheel Covers. MONTEREY FORDOR--- vvzut~, ~ou zaF iVlmt, urive Merc-O-Matie, Equo-Lock, Power lSra~es, ~eermg, ~Vmuows and ~eat; a~ad, o. Heater, Tinted Glass, v'.lee. Wipers, Wa,~hers, ~neel Covers, W/Tires. TRUCKS-- eUJll i ECONOLINE PICK - UP--- l~l, xteater, Side M~rror, Rear Bumper, H/D Spring~ 6-Ply Tires. F-100 STYLESIDE PICK- UP--- ~ea, ~teater, Turn Signals. '~ F-250 STYLESIDE PICK- UP--- Oreen, tle~tucr, 1tErn ~)gnais, Rear Bumper, 6-Cyl. arm buildings and other im- 0 provements tiaereon, situate a-FAIRLANE 500 FORDOR--- F-25r STYLESIDE PICK- UP--- U een, tieater, Turn ~ignais, Rear Bumper, Heavy-Duty trout one (1) niile west of Lee- Mag~catre t/eater, Foraomatm, V-8 Engine, White Rea, r springs town in Middleway District in said County, being the same prop GALAX1E FORDOR-.- F-250 UP--- erty conveyed to said trustee by the deed of trust aforesaid and -~mea, V-~ I~ngme, t~'mseomatic, Power Steering, ~, xteater, 'a'urn ~sgnals, V-~ ~ngme, 4 Speed Trunk, Ramo, Magzea~re lieater, IS-Up Lights, W/Tires, Wheel Custom t~ao, 14D Rear Springs, ltear Bumper, 70Ox 16 conveyed to Charles E. Albert, Covers 6-Ply Tires. Kenneth R. Albert and Bertha Virginia Albert by Cyrus R. Le- USED CARS-- 61 CORVAIR TUDOR--- r/.~, row~r-uuue, wv/-tres, o,000 Miles, 1 Local Owner, LiKe New. 60 FALLDN TUDOR--- JLtemxe 'xrun, Ramo, t/cater, Straight Transmission, Low Mileage, Extra Clean. 60 VALIANT V-200 FORDOR-.. Ramo, asea~er, ~tralgnt Transmtsmon, WJTires, Show- room Condition. CHEVROLET IMPALA Hard-Top-- :~,*0 ~tr' V-S, rower t~lme, /tad/o, t/eater, W/'Jrrles, ~lue with White Top. 60 60 FORD GALXIE TOWN-VIC.--- Radio, ~eater, ~o tiP. V-8, Fordomati, W/Tires, Low Mileage, One Owner. 59 FORD CUSTOM 300TUDOR--- V-~;, ~aight Transmission, Radzo, Heater, W/Tires, Clean as a pin. 59 FORD FAIRLANE FORDOR.-- Master by deed dated March 14, 1957, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 217, Page 120, AND BEING the same con- veyed to C. D. LeMaster. and said Cyrus R. LeMaster by W. F. Al- exander, Trustee and Sallie R. Elliott by deed dated January 18, 1928, recorded in said Clerk's Of rice in Deed Book 130, Page 126 and in which the interest of the said C. D. LeMaster was convey- ed to the said Cyrus R. LeMaster by deed dated October 20, 1948, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Bbok 174, Page 365, to all of which deds and the referen ces therein contained reference is made for further description of the same, together with all rights of way and other appurtenances unto said real estate belonging. There is excepted from and not included in this sale such por tion of said farm, if any, as may have been included in the deed from said Alberts to Lydia A. Chaffman and Raymond Chaff. man, dated September 23, 1957, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 220, Page 531, to which reference is made. TERMS OF SALE: One-third (~) cash on day of sale, balance in two equal installments, eviden ced by notes of the purchaser, bearing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one and two years after 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- V-tl, overdrive, rialto, Heater, Red and WtU~, W/Tires. MERCURY PARKLANE CONV.--- Fml Power, Outstanding Vatue. FORD FAIRLANE 500 FoRDOR-- V-8 Fordomatie, Radio, Heater, Extra Nice. MERCURY MONTEREY FORDOR. 58 58 58 Full Power, I Local Owner. Like New Condition. 58 MERCURY Montelair Foi-dor Hard-Top-.. Full Power. i~oaded with Accessories, Black, W/Tires. 58 OLDS 88 HARD-TOP--- , Name suranee in a reasonable amount Sharp. ' "' r~[JNJ~[J{~L|Nrt~]~]lOt{~ R[[.[~S[ I A Universal-International Release ' the privilege to the purchaser of 58 FORD CUSTOM TUDOR.-. 300 Hydromatle, Power Steering, White, Red Interior. UN. Question: How do you deter- paying all cash on day of sale or V-S, Fordomatic, Local Owner, Very Nice, -MON.- TUES. SEPTEMBER 17- 18- 19 mine what policies are theincreasing the cash payment as 5- FORD FAiRLANE 500 Hard,Top-- ,. most important to have? he may desire. Amwer: We recommend, first FORREST A. BROWN T-Bird Special V-8, Full Power, B~Z, ek and White. of all, insurance against the large"eatastrophic" type lmses that could bankrupt you if theyoccurrecL After that comes protection against the smaller type losses which, even though they are more apt to o~ur, are not "catastrophic". TRUSTEE Sept. 74T- Engine JuSt OveflmUled. A Real Buy. PLYMOUTH FORDOR--- V-8 Straight Transmission. Priced RlghL JOE SUTTON ILADIO - TELEVISION Home l hone 402 HI. FI STEREO 56 FORD FAIRLANE FORDOR.-- SERVICE ON ALL MAKES ? t BUDDY HACKETI" DENNIS O'KEEFE BARBARA EDEN CINEMASOI~I~ CO.LOR by LUX V-8 ~ngtne, l~oruomatac, ttea and Whale, w/Tires. Loogs axtd Runs Good. 56 MERCURY TUDOR--. ~vtereomttUc, t, taalio ana t/eater. 56 DODGE ROYAL FORDOR--- V-g Powerzlite, Power Steering, Exceptionally Nice. WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY SEPT. 20 . 21 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- i,,~/ C"~N~M.*,SOPI~ ,/ 56 OLDS 88 Hard-Top--. ttatho, t/e~tter, ttyuromauc, mac and Vghite, W/Tires. Runs Good. 56 CHEVROLET 210 Tudor Wagon.-. 6 - Uyl. PowergUde. 55 BUICK SPECIAL TUDOR--- Ramo, tieater, W/Tires. New Red and Wllite Paint Job. 55 FORD RANCH WAGON.-- V-8 iStrmght ShiZt. Engine Just Overimuled, Runs Good, 54 FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR--- V-El ~trgight Transmission, New IMant, Extra Clean. 53 FORD CUSTONLINE TUDOR--- V-80verdrive,,.Engme Just Overhauled, lieu4 Good, 53 PONTIAC TUDOR--. One Owner, Clean. 53 CHEVROLET 210 FORDOR--- New Paint, Outstanding Value. USED CgS- tl~ II 59 53 53 DODGE Half-Ton Pick.Up--- Long Red, V-8, Radio. Heater, 6.Ply Tire& Unusually Clea~ FORD F-100 Pick-Up-- V-8, New Paint, Engine Just Overhauled. DODGE Dump-- Re-Built Motor, Good Condition 8.25 x 20 Tires. %, DODGE 3/4 Ton Pick-Up..- 10w3Mr, 4 Speed Transmission, 700 x 18 6-Ply Tires, Engine Just Overhauled. Read Good. SEE OR CALL ANY oF THESE FORD SALESMEN: DOUG COOPER G.L. VIRTS E.M. WHITING Home Phone 774 Home Phone 279-W Home Phone I056 RADIO TELEVISION OPEU 222 West Washington St. WEEK NIGHTS Charles To n, : W. Va. 9 00 - ' '