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k-~'L ' i for tha lamdy droner p,~rty w~rc, 1959 IIAPPENINGS IN Mr. and Mrs. Joshua W. Clipp, Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Bush [Dale Farm, Mr. and Mrs. Walter [Burdick, Sherry, Dale acid Porgie ]of Drew Farm the host and hos- Phone 20-F-024 [tess Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bush and [ Stevie. [ Mrs. Jessie Clipp spent Sunday [~r~er rep.m,ts that [of the Heskett property in Rip- [with her sister Mrs. Elsie Gray of [ aw M% Pl illip [pon. [Meadow Brook Farm. Other visi- ~~tland, MartiI~- ] A well constructed road has [tors here were Mrs. Gray's son-in- ~~ed at Shegherd !been buiX from secondary road 25;law and daugh,ter Mr. and Mrs. [le~r course in ]into Meadow Brook Farm. This Wafter Mills of Mar,tinsburg. Mrs. ~mercial studies. [adds much to the value o,f the ~Viill,s who is employed in the In- ~rs~ W. Dillow of Dry ]_farm which is owned by Mr. Mel- teI-0voven Mills of Martinsburg has ~'~" employed in Dou2 [vin Whi.te. been off from work for several Llay and Company, Berryville. [ Mrs. Howard O. Bu.~h and son days due to an infected leg. ~r~~isted [Howard Bur~ton Bush were honor- Miss Patsy Clipp of Waknut ~is son Bob ~ uccoed the exter- [ ed guests Sunday to a dual birt,h Tree Spring Farm spen,t the past |~n elevator o~wn- ]day din,nor given by the former's weekend w~th her cousin Joyce |~~~skett fo RI~-[son and daug'hter-in-law Mr. and Ann Dillow of Dry Bridge Farm. ~o,%~r.u_c_t_.ed [ Mrs. Alvin Bush at their home on Two local women Mrs. Pearl Ed wards and Mrs. Grace Rowland ~ted on the premise ~Avon Wood Farm. Those present have begun employment in Byrd's ! I Cannery Berryvil,le, Va. IA D( hH! L !CTll Peter Painter Who resided in this community for a number |J I II of years ill t,he past died last J Thursday in his 87th year of age in the Charles Town Hospital. He COHTRACTORS ' had made his home in Wheatl,and with his daughter Mrs. Gladys Col bert. Other survivors are a son James Painter near Ca s~tlemans P. O. BOX ,16'I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Ferry, Va. Mrs. Gladys Colbert and Mrs. Frances Sowers. Burial was made Monday in Stanley, Va. Mrs. Robert Sowers daughter ~l~-s. Nelson White and her dau- GENERAL TYPES OF ghter Cathy were visitors Su,nday with the formers son and daugh- ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. l:bobby ,~owers and son Johnny of Grimes. Va. Johnny celebrated h~s third birthday. PHONE 9o n, o TZ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (RESIDENCE NEAR FEAGANS MILL) As Adminish'ator of the Estate of Lester Dillard, re will sell at Public Sale the Following Articles, at Shenandoah Junction, W. Va., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1959 AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Brass Bed, Arm Chair, Radio, Furniture Repair Heatrola, Pair Scales, 40-gallon Copper Apple ',utter Kettle, Grindstone, Craftsmans Band Saw, like ,w; Electrie Drill and Stand, like new; Lay, Planes, Saw, Electric Sander, Hand Saws, Halchets, and Levels, Electric Cord, Brace and Bits, se, Lot of Bolts, Some Lumber, Tool Chests, Tin Emory Wheel, Files, Mason Tools, 16-Gauge Gun, 22 Single Shot Rifle, 2 Boxes 16-Gauge 2 Boxes of 22 long and short shells, and Lots Other Articles not mentioned. T ERMS:---(,ASH on day of sale. CLAY C. W. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN ADMINISTRATOR OF LESTER DILLARD ESTATE. THARPE, Auctioneer. MOORE, Clerk. Sept. 24 Oct. 1 - 2t. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands /Mrs. Nel,son Bush helped wi~h the Piremans Auxiliary supper which was held on Friday even- ing. Mrs. Ke,nneth Willingham of Ranson was a caller on Wednes- day wit'h Mrs. Bush. ,Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Macvin and his twin daugh,ters spen~t Sunday af,ternoon with her daug'hter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and family in Hedgesville. /Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Itam,pton and son Terry of Baltimore, Md. spent tJhe weekend with the la,tters paren, ts Mr. and Mrs. Garland He,nry and son David. Lit,tle Connie Webb of Ranson spent Vhe weekend with her aunt Mrs. Beula:h Fri,tts. ,Mr. Roland W, hipp of MltlviHe, James, Eugene and Ronnie Viands of Gerrardstown were dinner guests on Su,nday with the for- mers sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Other cal'lers were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two children of near Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway Mr. and Mrs. Billy ,Viands of the Bloomery. ,Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Kabletow,-~ were Friday evening callers wi,th their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie John ston and daughters. :l~r. and .Mrs, tester Viands an6 sons Crlenn "~.ffd Jackie of Con- gress Stret in town spent the day Sunday in Gettysburg, Pc. a~t the Mr. and Mrs. Harry shirley and called on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Milbourne who recen,tly mov ed from Leetown to Hedgesville and also Vheir cousins the S,hirley families. Miss Laura Arm, s~trong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Armstrong was confirmed i,n Zion Church on Sunday by Bishop Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daugh,ter Sherri of Loudoun Hei ghts, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Donald efilling ! Hovevmale and children were Sun h0 l S without r day callers with Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands. i ,Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were S~.~;~. Sunday al%ernoo,u callers with 1~ aunt Jessie Lallia ,he l~t,ters Mrs. and family near Murrell Hill. 4-Flue Firebrick" 4-Flue fire])rictf in 'Mr. RobeCt Dousy Viands cole- braced his eighty four:t;h birthday on Sept. 17. Mr. William Frye of Brunswick /Md. was a caller on Monday wi.th his mot~her Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. Anna Margaret Bagen,t of near the power plant was a caller on Friday morni,ng with Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. James Marrow of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. W'il- liam Hallman o,f Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W~ger Penwell of Char- los Town were dinner guests on Sunday width their mo,ther Mrs. J~mes Fri~t,t s. IMr.,Hank Keller (ff Martlnsburg spent Wednesday af,temoon wLt,h Mr. Bert Viands. /Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children of near Bolivar spent t~ne weekend with the forme,.s par ents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearow in Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Spearow has been on ~he dick list. ,Mr. and Mrs. Odis James s,nd daughLter Donna, Mrs. Wilbur Tharpe and Mr. and Mrs. John [ISS WORI(! There's the secret of how WARM MORNING Coal }Ieater owners enjoy such solid comfort, with less coal burned. The patented 4-flue firebrick lining-- only on WARM MORNING heaters--burns off gas that ordinarily would be sent up the chimney in- atead of being turned 'into heat. It converts fresh Coal into glowing, slow-burning coke. You burn less Coal, you save money. ...... Come in and see our complete line today! Many odels to choose from, heat from one to six rooms. I SEE THE "'400"! The --'"'V armMorninqModel.4 ,, .. PRICES $$7.50 [ 00 m a circulator heat- that ranks high in A ,US '[ l opularity! . "/ EASY TERM!| ..i FAY LATER! r. Va. MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE RE 370 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Our Store Your Stove Headquarters For Coming Fall and Winter Seasons.) W?~y W2~.; a ;~li, lsPcr [;'IK!:-2[ 013_ l~l'lday and Saturday evening wi.th his brother-in-l,aw and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prye. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley of Middleway were callers on Tues- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glenville Shade and mother Mrs. Della Walters in Raason. Mr. William Slinkman was at the Hagers,town Hospital on Fri- day afternoon having his eyes checked. Mr. Slinkmans eyes are doing wonderful after having ca,ta facts removed from both eyes but a,t different times. Mr. Slinkman who has been makkng his home a't Mr. and Mrs. George Jones for some time has moved into his home. SILVE VE By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard 1~rs. Mildred Cogle returned to her home on Sunday from the Charles Town General Hospi:tal where she was a pa:t~ent since Pri day, Sept. 11 undergoing surgery. S,he is getting along fine. /Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and son were Sunday evening visi,tors with Mr. and Mrs. Patti S~taubs and family in Neersville, Va. Pfc. Gerald Buford of Port Eus tis, Va. is spending a few days with his wife Mrs. Bet,ty Buford a't the home of her parents Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Cogle. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Kefth and Mrs. Mary Nocus of Bolivar were Sunday af- ~ternoon guests with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and family. ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, /Md. were Sunday guests wi,th the formers parents (Mr. and Mrs. C~ptain. l~dgers and family. ~Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R,idgeway of Br~2nswick, Md. were Monday callers with ~hei.r aunt Mrs. Mau- de Everhart. Birthday Party A birbhday party was given by Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mrs. Pran ces Rodgers o~ Swturday in honor of Terry and Nancy Davis eleven t'h and twelfth birt~hdays, grand- children of Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Michael Rodgers ten;th birth- day, son o,f Mrs. Frances Rodgers Severwl of their playmaCes were presen to help t~em cele~brate the Sandra, Randall and Gary Staubs, Everhart were Saturday a[ler- Paula, Darlene, Wa,nda, iDanny noon guests with Mr. and Mrs. THI'I{SI)A , SEPTEMRER 21, 1959 " 3---B and Glen Everhart. Judy and A1- John whi~ehair and son in Bolivar ~ -'-~ gin Cogle, Lyle and Ray Cook, Del W. Va. Va. ltoad reports the largest crop of mar Cogle, Libby White, Brenda Chapman, Norma Rodgers, Arlene aL~ _l I* d ! ..d__ --~-- ---------- figs ever So large in fac,t that and L wis Staubs, Mrs aIiena t.dnO LOdGe 'Believe It--- I tgetma Staubs. t~efre~hmenLs were ,, - [ the Agriculture Department has served of cake koolaid, candy and ~e ,, , ,,. ()r Otherwise I asked him to market his crop potato chips. They received "many UT Masons in Ylrqlllli] ------ [ carefully so as not to break the nice and useful gifts. -i IL R. Rupprecht of 'Noll-Vue I California a_MZ. and Mrs. Raymo:~id Cole The M. W. Grand Lodge of Vii' growers' prices. wera'm ~aml)y ol .Alexanor.a, yd. ginia, Ancient. Acres' on lhe Summit Point I U. R R). Free and Accepted ~Ie e ~tl, naaY~vt, s.eVenlngvelnonVlSl.LorS~tatlos wlzr}. Masons, IPHA) held their 84th fa~li~,n and Annual Communication, at Dan- . Y' I ville, Virgi.nia, ~eplernber 15 1 6 JO~[N"S ~wr. and Mrs. Raymond S taubs]and 17 1959 ' ' and children of Mannin,s wereI Amon *-" " " ' ~' ' c F g L!lle 11 ~IS'~I'IOUS gUPSLS Friday eve,mn~, callers w~th Mr. I were the Gra,-,~ ax ......... ~+ and Mrs Vernon Staubs and tam-~ ....... ,,~ ~,a:~et m we~ " Vl,'Crltlla ~llal'les E Taper bl" o i:ly. F " ' " ~ " ' "'" ,rank ~r~,= o=, ~,**,~ Resta arant The lad~es t~ha,t are employed at, I Charles E Tarter Jr pn~t ~ Byrds Cannery in Berryville Va I. .;" o ~_. 5:' ,': .-~.'~.~--~--.- " ~-, - '~ "i Ler all oi IVlL l-'i~ga~ll Looge NO 3" went to work on Tnursoay Tney Ma'~tinsbm 'W" V - ~'~ ' : " " ' ~ " ." 'g, . a. ano Edward are M~ss BarbaraCook Mrs Le- O .......... ' " . lvlorgan, W. M. of S~l.a, Looge ona Everhart, Mrs. Ada Cogle and No 1 Charles Town Jefferson Mrs. Hilda Pipe,'. Co{rely " RANSON, W. VA. Little Keith Whitehair of Bolt- , ," , , "nont Th,,, ~rl~, ,,,i~h ~,~olncioen.tally Star L od~eNo 1 var s,.~.: ....... ~.~ -*"'" ~" is " ' ' " " ' grandmother Mrs Vanessa E~er .~ the oldest Prince Hall Affiliated hart While his 'pal'ents 'Mr and Masonic badge in the State of W. STARTING THIS SUNDAY AND ~Mrs.' John Whi~te'hair were get ti,ng moved EACH SUNDAY THEREAFTER ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were Sunday visitors w.it'h Mr. and Mrs. David Braekett and tam ily in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- beam and children of Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and children were Su,nday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and children. Mrs. Sh,irley Chapman and child ren o,f Mannings spent Wednes- day with her mot~her Mrs. Frances Rodgers arid daughter Norton. Lit.tie Brenda Chapma,n of Man nings is visiting with her grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rod gets. Mrs. Betty Buford was a patien~t in the Charles Town General FIos- pi.tal for a day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson hPPLIhHCES COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. [SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. got some pictu're,~ antta card from their son W~llard ~ho was induct ed i,nto the army. He is at the pres I en't at Fort Jackson, S. C. and says he likes i~t and has made a lot oT friends. ~Mr. and Mrs. Wi,lmer Turner of Hagerstown, Md. ,we.re Sunday callers with their niece and family ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ever,hart HAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FROM 7:00 A. M. SUNDAY UNTIL 7:00 P. M. MONDAY OPEN 24 A ALL OTHER DAYS. We Are Now Serving SPAGHETTI and MEAT IIALLS Along With Other SHORT ORDER Dinners and Breakfast. Also Sandwiches and Fine Fountin Service. Courteous, Fast and Efficient Service At All Times. Obt and family of Ranson were Sunday visitors wltth their brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son Davie. ,Mrs. James Friar, s spen~t Satur- day wi,bh her grsnddattgh~ter Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Davis and soft in New Market, Va. and vistted the park up l~here and sa~w Ki~y Wells and Johnnie and Jack in person. Monday Mterncon callers with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were /Mr. a,nd Mrs. Floyd Fawver of Mar t,ins'burg, Mr, and Mrs. tester T. Viands and sons Glenn and Jack- lie from town. Mrs. Harry Shirley Land two children Russell and Don aid of Mlddleway, Mr. Sonny Hov erm~le of near Bolivar and Mrs. George Jones. Ll,t, tle Joe Dan Pennin~ton of Leetown spen,t a cou,ple of days last week wit.h Mr. and M~s. Nel- son Bush. Messrs. JOhn Wagaman, tester Manners o,f Hagerso~n, Md. and ,Mr. Floyd Farver of Mavtinsburg spen,t the day Sat,~rday wi~,h Mr. Bert Via,ntis. /Mr. Sylvester Frye ~f Bet~hesda /Md. spen.t the weekend wi't:h hi,s paren, ts Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye Sylvester yeas also a caller w~i,t:h h~rs aunt Mrs. Abner Henry and sons in Ransgn. Mr. Tracts Viands returned home Friday morning from Char- Cbe s's done the next best thing to paving every road in America! First they threw out the front axle and put in torsion-spring independent suspension. Then they built wide-base eoil rear springs into most light-duty models, variable-rate leaf springs into heavies. That made it--a ride you have to feel to believe. A ride that lets you move faster to get more work done in a day's time. THAT GIVES ASTONISHING NEW Brawnier bulldozer bugd! Frames are stronger, cabs 67% more rigid. Front wheels and tires are pre- cision-balanced. And that new suspen- sion cushions jars and road shock that used to spell slow death for the truck's b~dy and sheet metal. More comfortable cabs! Easier to hop in and out of too. Many models are a whole 7 inches lower out- side. Yet. there's more head room in- side, plus more width for shoulders and hips. More real comfort! Big in the power department! With the industry's most advanced gas- saving 6's. With high-torque Workmas- ter V8 performance in heavyweights. With new 6-cylinder or V8 power available in L.C.F.'s. ) 00000 More models than ever! New 4-wheel-drive models and tan- dems and high-styled Suburban Carry- alls. It's the handsomest, hardest work- ing Chevy fleet ever to report for duty. See your dealer soon for a ride! Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! les,ton, W. Va. where he had ~pe~t West Washington Street ~he week. /Mr. l~orres~t Chambltn of I~iddle ~, See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer O Charles Town, W. Va. i i II Ill Telephone 42