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i} Veland amblin. "fine double rin 'mond McDonald Jr. and William Mr. Lee Adam . on Donnv and Tue. day. The cauV], have a dan- SPi'RFI OF JEFFERSON r. ar, m r, ADVOCATE | ~ceremony was prformed at 2 p. Holtsclaw of Berrvville, Va. Rich Master Johnny Clipp. " - f , ghter SuzeUe. 6--C THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 ......... m. by the rector Rev. Temple ard Brown of Shepherds(own. Mr. tierbert Chaml)lin and fam Gets Letter From President MI'~ AUflCm 2~l¢oclemus Wheeler before a back ground of Mrs. Itan.T Nicodemus ,h'. play ily from Ranson and Mrs. JuliaBy Mrs. Elsie Hamstead The following is a lelter from ..... "----'- palms and candelabra and bas- ed the traditional wedding music. Rovston fr(ml Millwood, Va. were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel 9 y(ar old daughter of Mr. and ows. Mrs. Vallie Carper of Winches ~nurcn ~erv;ce [kets of white gladioli, snapdrag- Following the ceremony a recep- SUl~per guests on Tuesday at the the ,~',hite tlouse to Pamella Cox with Mr. anf Mrs. Dewey Mead- daughler Miss Juanita Ryman. and family spent Sunday at, the Mrs. George Cox. Mrs. Pittman Russell and dau- ler, Vs. spent several (lays with Rev. Temple Wheeler will de-ons and chrysanthemums, lion was held at the home of the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Wi Zoological Park, Washington, D. Dear Pamela: liver Holy Communion Service at The bride ~iven in marriage b- brides parents, ley. ,~hter K'n'en of thwerstown Md Iher sister and brother-in-law Mr. St. Johns Epmcopal Church Sun. her father wore floor len~,th Following the reception the Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Bm'ns of C. The president has asked me tospent Sun(lay with her parenisland Mrs. 1. E. Lake. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty lhank you for the nice letter you Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshir(. and ]Mrs. Lak( motored to Winches- day, October 1 at 9:30. Sunday J,,,,,, ,,. ....... m, ,~,,,, ,.e~,. couple left on a honeymoon trip "Ix)(usa ltill" were callers on Sat spent the weeknd recently with sent him. tte certainly appreciat- . ~ ........1~*~ o.~ u~t tatt~ta SOIl [ler, Vfl. on Tuesday to lake Mrs. School will be held at 10:30.[with a lace top. Her finger tip I to Md. For travelling the bride urday night at the home of Mrs. their son and daughter-in-law Mr. es your friendly thought in writ-' Mr." and Mrs. Wdhmn' " Amswor-' ]C'a'per~. home. : .~ ...... Miss McDonald- Mr. Tumblin I veil of bridal illusion was attach- wore a dress of beige satin and Straith Briscoe. and Mrs. Paul McCarty at Vien- ing and extends his best wishes. , . mr ana mrs unarms ,~msmre th ot Charles Town was Sun(lay] ,.. ". , .;" .'~. ' Married September 2 led to an embroidered crown out white accessories. She wore a cor Mrs. Gladys Ramey from Front na, Va. to you. Sincerely, Ralph A. Dun- • o, Cr,angle va spent me week evening VlSflors ot Mrs. ,lalnesl . .~,-~.' . ',.' ". ." sage of yellow rosebuds. The Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ran(lol- Mrs. Laura Richardson of Rip- gan, Special Assistant to the Pres ......... ~enu wnn me lauers parems mr The St. John's Episcopal Chur-l lined in tiny seed pearls. She car couple will reside in Shenandoah ph Anders and three children Pat pon visited her brother Mr. tlar- ident. t,ma anti sons ,Jay ano wnce. I , ,, .. - ,.;.,' ' " chwasthe scene of an impressive[ried a white bible topped with Junction. • f'm(t mrs. tm~n whey. Mr. Otto Ryman and daughterI wedding Saturday, September 2 [white and red rosebuds with ly, Pamvel and little Randy from ry Lucas on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith visi- Miss Maida Rvman of Ranson[ when Miss Jean Temple McDon-[white streamers. Mrs. Alice Hott Mr. and Mrs. James Horner Charles Town were guests on Sat Mrs. Edith Thomas, Mr. and ted Mrs. Sue Kisner in Martins- Raymondald' daughterMcDonaldof Mr.of andBerryvil.Mrs. ~[ sclaWjaniceWasMcDonaldmatrOnandOf honor.Miss PatsyMrS" [ urdayfr°m Newark,night atDel'the visitedhome of°n Mr.Sat Mrs.UrdaYRobertat theAnders.home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and Terry Lynn burg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr.Was andSundaYMrs.aftern°°nEdward RymanViSit°rSand'rite°f[ CommOnon peerage,.refuses to, hear Labo- le, Va. became the bride of Mr. ~ McDonald were bridesmaids, land Mrs. D. P. Lutz and family. " visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L'd-lMrs" Gerald Mauch of Martins- David Leon (Buddy) Tumblin, [James Morris of Boyce served as ] Mr. and Mrs'. Marvin Adams Miss Pat Rissler was weekend wards at Leetown on Sunday af- burg visited Mr. and Mrs. Smith ~P~'~,r,r,P,~,f,r,l'~,f,r, PJ',r~Jc'~,r~~~~~~ ]had to visit them on Saturday visitors at Miss Ludmitla Bratina ternoon, on Saturday evening. son__of the late Mr.__ .... and Mrs. Cle- best man. The ushers were Ray- I their nephew Mr. Harry New- Of Mr.LeetoWn.and Mrs. James WilsonleyA/3CAirJameSForceC'BaseSmithspent°f Lang-the returnedMrS" ThomaSto herBr°wnhome inHarlanphiladelIII llll I come from Vienna, Va. and Mrs. from Ityattsville, Md. were Sun- weekend with his parents Mr. and phia, Pa. on Saturday after spend Adams sister Mrs. Bertha New-day dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Fred Smith. ing several weeks with Mr. and ENT~0 comb from Winchester, Va. Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard Mrs. Laird Marshall. Mrs. Woodrow Adams sister, Mrs. Robert Anders. and Kay and Bill were dinner Mrs. A. J. Gaglia of Oakland, Mrs. Freda Hinton became the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herbert guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Cal. is visiting her brother-in-law bride of Mr. Wayne Smallwood ANYONE INTERESTED IN SELLING CAN MILK INSTEAD OF GOING TO THE EXPENSE* OF BUYING A TANK WE ARE IN THE MAR- KET FOR CAN MILK. NO INSPECTION. WE WILL PICK UP AT THE FARM. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. PHONE REGENT 9-6380 EVENING REGENT 9-3313 BOX 124 HAGERSTOWN, MD. Sept. 28-2t. ;v,, ,, i ,, t, FARMERS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE, INC. Winchester, Virginia 4,500 ANGUS-HEREFORD. SHORTHORN 4,500 FIRST FEEDER CALF 'SALE October 6, 1961 - 1 P. M. tEST) 3,000 Hd. (Feeder Calf Show - Oct. 6th - 10 A. M.) SECOND FEEDER CALF SALE October 27, 1,961 - 1 P. M. tEST) 1,500 Hd. Steers and Heifers- 300-1bs. to 700-1bs- Polled or De- horned - Vaccinated Blackleg, Malignant Edema and Hemor- rhagic Septicemia. Heifers from Bangs and T. B. tested herds and vaccinated with "Stratn 19." Guarantee. No Bred Heifers or Stags. A_FI Sales State-Sponsored and graded. Eligible for Interstate Shipment. For Information--Write or Phone: MO 2-1211 Northern Virginia Livestock Producers' AssSciation, Inc. I. FRED STINE, Sale Manager, Box 440 Winchester, Va. Due to Ill Health, I Will Sell the Following, located 1~ miles West of Bunker Hill, W. Va~ Turn West at Blinker Light in Bunker Hill and Follow Sale Signs. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. (D,S.T.) 29 HD. HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 4 Holstein Cows, fresh with calves by side; 8 Holstein Fresh Cows, calves just sold off, full flow of milk; Holstein Cow, will freshen Nov. 1st.; Guernsey Cow, will freshen Nov. ~nd.; Holstein Cow, will freshen Nov. 21st.; Holstein Cow, will 'freshen Nov. 25th.; 12 Holstein Cows, milking; I Holstein Bull, 12 months old, artificial. NOTE:---Several of these cows are milking over 10,000 lbe. of milk. They are also TB and Bangs Tested 30 d~ys prior to date of sale. Health certificates will be given with each individual animal on day of s~le. This is an Excellent Herd of Dairy Cattle. Don't Miss This Sale. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 3-Unit DeLgval Magnetic Milkers with Motor, Pump, and Converter; DeLaLval Hot Water Heater, like new; 6-Can Milk Cooler; 4-Can Milk Cooler, (both in perfect shape); Doul~e Wash-Up Ta~ak; 24 10-Gallon Milk Cans. FARM MACHINERY 1955 Case Tra~tor with Eagle hitch; 2-12 in. bottom plows for Case Tractor; 1952 Model 50 John Dcere Tractor; John Deere hay conditioner; John Dcere rake on rubber; John Deere No. 9 7-ft. mower; John Deere 2-14 in. bottom plow (new); John Deere 2 row corn cultivator; John Deere 7-ft. disc harrow (new); New Holla~ad 66 hay baler with motor; King-Wise elevator with electric motor (30 ft.); 15-~ disc grain drill on rubber; Dempster, for 3 point hook- up; M.M. Combine, 6-ft. cut, in good condition, with motor and grain bin; I. H. C. tract ma~ure spreader; Grove rubber- tired wagon; cement mixer; power sprayer with 20- fL boom; Bunker Silo, 55 ~t. long; Some Lumber, lot of forks, tools, shovels, and many other articles that are too numerous to mention. FEED and POULTRY 150 Bu~he~ of Barley ~md 50 Laying Hens. 1946 CHEVROLET 1~ TON TRUCK with Flat Bed. Frick Saw - Mill. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 Electrle Trains, 3 Tracks and All Equipment on a 12 x12 Platform with over $1,000. worth of equipment. (Has to be seen to be appreciated.); Two 21-Ineh TV Sets; Cl~est of Drawers, Electric Ironer. t United Bible Cla~ of Bu~ker Hill Methodist Church Will Serve Lunch. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing removed until settled for. 'ROBERT S. JENKINS EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. C. WM. HENS~LL, Clerk. sept. 2s - on Sept. 2 at 2o'clock p. m. in the Charles Town Baptist Church The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Russell Urquhart. Mrs. Robert Milbourne from Charles Town a sister of the bride was matron of honor. Bridal Shower Mrs. Woodrow Adams ,attend. ed a bridal shower this past Fri- o~ay night in honor of Mrs. Way- ne Smallwood at the home of Mrs. Howard Roper of Ransom Dinner guests on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were Mr. Harry Newcome from Vienna, Va. and Mrs. Ber. tha Newcome from Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. had as their guest on Sunday their cousin Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rogers from Oxen Hill, Md. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ramsburg, Mr. Junior Houser, Mr. Olin Bush and Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and children from Berryville, Va., Mrs. John Magaha, Miss Mary Magaha, Mrs. Glenn Magaha, daughter Darlene NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Farm Near Leetown Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by deed of trust hereaf- ter mentioned and the undersign ed trustee having been required by 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 14, 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 that certain tract or parcel of land, containing 225 acres, more or less, with dwelling house, farm buildings and other im- provements thereon, situate a- bout one (1) mile west of Lee- ~own in Middleway District in ;aid County, being the same prop erty conveyed to said trustee by ,he deed of trust aforesaid and conveyed to Charles E. Albert, Kenneth R. Albert and Bertha Virginia Albert by Cyrus R. Le. ,vlaster by deed dated March 14, t957, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 217, Page t20, 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, ~928, 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 m Deed Book 174, Page 365, to all of which deds and the referen ces therein contained .reference ,s 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- surance in a reasonable amount upon the buildings thereon| with the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may desire. FORREST A. BROWN TRUSTEE Sept. 74T- Pope and three children Linda, Louis Whittington at Itagerstown, and sister Mr. and Mrs. I,aird Mike and Gary from Boyce, Va. were Sunday guesst at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- mus. Miss Louisia Smith from Wash ington, D. C. and Miss Wilford Smith from Devon, Pa. spent the weeknd at "Silver Spring" with Miss Elizabeth Smith and Mr. and Mrs, Robert R. Smith Jr. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were Mr. Richard Roper, Miss Nancy Breeden, Miss Marie Breed en from Charles Town, Mr. Son. ny Miller from Boyd Md. and Mrs. Molley Hillard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope from Berryville, Va. visited their son- ;n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus on Friday night. Md. Sunday evening Mrs. Nelson Kearns and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove and Nancy of Martinsburg were callrs of Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Hilliard. Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stuckey Jr. in i cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price and children Louis McCarty Sr., .lames McCarty and Louis McCar- ty Jr. PTA Meeting At a recent P. T. A. meeting the playground committee was auth- orized to purchase a sliding board monkey bars, a badminton set and a volley ball. The group planned to boil apple butter early in the month of October for sale. Mr, and Mrs. John Heinz an- nounce the birth of a son on Marshall. ILL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and son Roger recently spent several days with their daughter and son- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ale- shire of Triangle, Va. Mrs. Douglas Minnick and dau ghter Cynthia of Martinsburg, W. Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli and children of Harpers Ferry were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. AI Johnson and daughters Sherry Lou, Lynda, Beth Ann and Jennifer Sue of Wheaton, Md. spent the weekend Rugs Expertly Cleaned By Trained Workmen. Cleaned or Shampoo on your floors. Pick-Up and Delivery 4 Day Service. WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 207 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PONTIAC TRIGGERS ANOTHER TEAM OF WINNERS. Every one is a fancy mover. Convertible. Sedan. Wagon. Two Coupes. Choice of 110, 115, 120 or 140 h.p., gas-saving 4-cylinder engine. A couple of extra , cost options: Put on a 4-barrel carb and get 166 h.p. The citizen who wants even more can go for an aluminum V-8 option that pulls 185 horses• TEMPEST HAS A FRONT ENGINE/REAR TRANSMISSION 1 (The only American car with this feature.) It gives Tempest equal weight at every wheel. It has biting traction on the bricks or in the mud. Tires la~;t longer. Brakes take hold llke they mean it. The front floor is practically fiat (no big hump in the middle). Tempest seats six--easily] TEMPEST HAS INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION--FRONT AND REAR ! Each wheel (and it's a big 15" one) moves up and down indepen- dently of the opposite wheel. There's no solid axle in the rear. Result: Firm ride on pavement, soft ride in the boondocksl Swing axles in the rear help the Tempest to carve out clean, firm curves. PLUSH NEW SERIES--THE LE MANS (LUH-MAHNZ), The Tempest Convertible and Coupe are out this year in special custom trim. Call them the Le Mansl They both have sports-type bucket seats, full carpeting, floor mounted stick shift, acceleration rear axle option--no extra cost. Extra cost option: 4-speed gearbox. Take one out--it's a going machinel Drive America's only front engine~rear transmission car.., it's balanced 1/ke none of the others/ PONTIAC'S NEW TEMPEST IS ON DISPLAY TODAY AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALERSHIP CORNER NORTH SAMUEL - EAST LIBERTY STS. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA