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RIPPOH Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dinner guests on Christmas For Clean And Use Triple-Refined ATLANTIC For Prompt Delivery CALL .... i; DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz were Mr. and Mrs. IAnwood Swartz, of Middle- way, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hare and son, Rusty,, of Summit Point, Mr and Mrs. Eddie Baylass anti chi'ldren, Sylvia, Clay and Sandra of Berryville, Vs. Mrs. Myrtle Waller, of Wash- ington, D. C., Mrs. Margaret Payne were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of the latter's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and family, at Round ttill, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Feltner, of Winchester, Va., were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tIerman Swartz on Sunday. Guests on Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter IAoyd and Mrs. Bessy Lloyd were Mr. and Mrs. James L. tIarrell and two sons, Raymond and Jim- my, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lloyd and son, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lh)yd and three daughtrs, of Charles Town. Visitors over the Christmas holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and daugh- ter, Cheryl, of Baltimore, Md. Christmas Day guests at the Car- roll home were Mr. and Mrs. Buz- zy Carroll, of Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll and four sons, Mr. and Mrs. George Grif- fith and daughter, Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and daughter, Cheryl and Mr. Ken- neth Carroll. Recuperating at Home Mr. Luther Jenkins has re- turned to his home after being a i patient in Winchester Memorial )ital where he is now recu- Shop T day And Everyday At IN CHARLES 'TOWN Always Plenty Of F-R-E-E PARKING For Our Customers At Rear Of Store OF ;L A In Clarke County, Virginia Pursuant to a decree dated November 22, 1965, entered in that certain cause styled Harry Murphy, in his own right and as Executor of the estate of Frank P. Murphy v. Charles E. MUrphy, et al~l, now pending in the Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia, the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on: DATE: Saturday, January 15, 1966 TIME: 10:30 A. M. Place: Front of County Court House in Berryville, Virginia All that certain property known as the Murphy Farm located approximately 8 miles from Winchester on the old Charles Town road, In Longmarsh District. Clarke County, Virginia, ad. Joining the lands of C. Stanley Clevenger, Joseph Edens and Earl Bailey, containing 152 acres of land. improved by 9 room dwelling, a large barn, a tile Silo, and a never falling dug Well beside the house. There are 30 Acres of standing timber, 20 Acres of permanent pasture and approximately 100 Acres of tillable land. This property fronts on Opequon Creek for a half n~lle. The hard surface road crossing the Farm passes in front of the buildings and both. electric and telephone services are attached to the dwelling. TERMS: $300.00 down on day of sale, balapee due on delivery of the Deed. This sale shall be subject to the approval and Confirmation of the Court. J. RANDOLPH LARRICK Special Commissioner DENNIS L. COLI~I, Auctioneer I, Lucy A. Allen, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia, do hereby certify that bond with security approved by me as sufficient, and in the penalty provided by said decree, has been given by said Special Commissioner. Given under my hand this 13th day of December, 1965. LUCY A. ALLEN Clerk, Circuit Court of Clarke County, Virginia Jan. 6-2t- i pl Sp i Peo e, otslnTheNews U.S. Marine tosses bars of soap into coolie hats of eager villagers. perating after undergoing treat- ment for a heart attack which he had three weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and M1:s. Conrad Burner, of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll were hosts at a family dinner at their home on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley and daughter, Cheryl, of Balti- more, Md., Mrs. Katharine UnDer and daughter, Bonnie and grand- daughter, Julia, fif Inwood, Mr. and Mrsy.'.~t:~w~arroll and son, Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughter, Dabble. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Magaha Hosts at Family Dinner Dec. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Magaha and Mrs. Janney were hosts at a family Christmas dinner at their home in Ranson on Sunday, De- cember 26. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and two children, Darlene and Rickey, of Frederick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaha and three chil- dren, Mary Helen, Sue, and Da- vid, of Walkerville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Magaha and two children, Nora, Randy, of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slaughter and children, Bobby, of Charles Town, Miss Doris May, of Freder- ick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. John Kack- ley and four children, Jay, Peg- gy, Charlotte Ann and Millay and Mr. Edgar Kacl~ley, of Berry- villa, Va. ,Mr. and Mrs. Homer Samsell and two children, Billy and Ellene, of Marlowe, Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Magaha and three chil- dren, Jean, John, and Jim, of Summit Point Mrs. Earl Fuller and Miss Mary Magaha, of Ran- son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Martha and Chuckle. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams en- tertained with a" dinner party at! their home on Sunday. They had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams and son, Donny of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and children, Martha and Cruckie. Mrs. Margaret Payne had with her for the Christmas holidays her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broy and three children, Timmy, Stevie and Tummy, of Virginia Beach. Mrs. Payne entertained Sunday at a turkey dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broy and family, Mrs. Myrtle Weller, of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and three chil- dren, Michael, Pat and Sara Kaye of Round Hill, Va. Mrs. Thelma Carvel and father Mr Ballenger, of Harpers Ferry, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "Woodrow Adams. Mrs. Mitchell Boyd, of Win- chestre, Va., was house guest Sunday till Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and family. Martha Adams returned from the Charles Town General Hospi- tal on Tuesday having been ad- mitted there for a tonsillectomy. Martha celebrated her birthday quietly at her home with a birth- day cake with her family on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and two children, Darlene and Rickey, of Frederick, Md., were Year's Day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray visited Mr., and Mrs. Oliver Merchant on Sun-l day afternoon. Master Jeffrey and Mark Bow- ers, of Glen Burnie, Md., were Sunday overnight guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Winerd Bow- ers. The boys returned to their home in Maryland Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and daughter, Linda Anne, visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and family in Charles Town Mon- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Muse and Mrs. Gentry Muse, of Lees- burg, Va., spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and family. Other visitors during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mc- Aboy and son, Jeffrey, of Dar- gun, Md. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. William Potts and daugh- ters, Barbara and Jean, of Boli- var, attended the funeral of Mr. Thomas O'Brien, in Silver Spring, Md., on Wednesday afternoon. In- terment took place in the Arling- ton National Cemetery, Arling- ton, Va. Mrs. Alton Muse and daughter, I Karen, and son, Kenny, and Mrs. Marshall McAboy spent Wednes- day evening in Ranson visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and children, Karla and John. Miss Donna Liede, of Bakerton, was an overnight guest of Miss Jennifer Gray on Wednesday. Jennifer also was a Thursday overnight guest of Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse, chil- dren, Karen, Timmy, and Kenny visited Mrs. Helen Bowers and son, Stephen, in Charles Town, on Thursday. Visitors on Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons were Mrs. Robert Ott, Mrs. Mary Osborne, Karla Kay and John McKee, of Ranson, Miss Paula Mae Courtney, of Harpers Ferry, and Mr. Frank Fraley, of Jefferson, Md. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Shiley and children, Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of Hall- town, Mrs. Elmer Wright, of A1- Mr. and Mrs. Mason Watson, of stadtes Hill and Mrs. Martin Grimes, of Charles Town, were Shepherdstown, and Mrs. Russell Swartz were recently guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams celebrated their wedding anniver- ny, spent Friday with Mr. Muse'sI SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE mother, Mrs. Gentry Muse, in I THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1966 B---3 bee.qburg, va. [ ~ .--_------- ---- Mrs Nathaniel Gray visited I .............. "" . ,~ . ~vtrs r~ennezn ~nuers anu enu- Mrs. Ramon (.ray and family in], ' ........ [ Shepherdstown on Friday eve- I uren, Teresa, Jettrey, ~cott, ana I .....~...~t,~ ning. [Timothy, of North George Street, [ [5-1A$l gItlf$ Misses Dorothy Bowers and El- Charles Town visited her par- sic Edwards were dmner guesL [ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Oft,/ ~Jm~ of Mrs. Itelen Bowers and son, ISunday e~ening, t ,J ~'~'~ Stephen, in Charles~ Town, on I ~ i ~ Sunday. , , Mrs. Scotty Johnson, Mrs./Read The Spmt.Advocatel Frank Simons and sons, Michael/ I ~'~" ~i~_d]~d]| and Mark, of Charles'Town, visit-| Pit .................... / ~/ --~ ~'~Y~I,.~ ed Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse ancl/1,1U T0 [~UK~ ~UNDAY1 ~ t~" if Heat that extra room the modern, economical way with a SIElZI.ER MarkZ BASEBOARD HEATER Economical. Operateswith typical gas economy. Each baseboard heater has its own thermostat for automatic, controlled comfort. Gives wide distribution of gentle warmth. Heats instantly, sleeping rooms. Easy to install. Siegler baseboard heaters have a sealed combustion chamber, use no room air; rest on the floor and are directly vented through any outside wall. No chimney, no electricity needed. Stylish. Siegler baseboard heaters take almost no usable floor space. Blend well anywhere. Ideal for add.on rooms, closed-in porches, breezeways, attics, recreation rooms and See the SIEGLER Baseboard Heater soonl FAIRFAX BLVD. --- PHONE 725-2921 --- CHARLES TOWN .... SUPERTANE GAS .... luncheon guests on Friday of Mrs. Edward Moler, of First Avenue Charles Town. Mrs. Elmer Wright, of Alstadts Hill, and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray vis- ited Mrs. Donald Phillips and sary at their home on Monday Mrs. Norman Rider at their evening with a dinner. Also home, The Twin T Farm, near Mrs. Adams' sister, Mrs. Homer ICharles Town, on Friday after- Samsell, of Marlowe, celebrated noon. her birthday at the same time. I Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and Those who helped Mr. and Mrs./children, Karen, Timmy and Ken- Adams and Mrs. Samsell celebrate/- the occasion ~were Mr. Homer| ~. Samsell and two children, Billy| and Ellene, of Marlowe, Mrs. Earl- family Sunday afternoon. Fuller and Miss Mary Magaha, of Ranson. Mrs. Bernard Ott Christmas Day Guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee and children, Karla and John, were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons. Other guests during the day were Mrs. Rose Courtney, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney and son, George, of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and son, Jeffrey, of Dargan, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark, of Clearbrook, Va., and Mrs. Winerd Bowers, of Hall- town. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray was a re- cent guest of Mrs. Edith Psillas, in Charles.Town. ] Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend, of Riverdale, Md., and Mr. Ned Kimes, of Charles Town, and visitors during the day were Mrs. Harry Dinges and son, Har- ry, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray and son, Robby, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. JOseph Ra'- nalli and daughters, Marila, Vivi- an, and son, Joey, of Millville, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and Miss Charlotte Pope, of Halltown. ,f CLOSE HARMONY P.S.--Personal Service assures "close harmony" between our agency and our clients at all times. P.S. means that we keep your protection "in tune" with your needs and "take the lead" in helping settle your claims. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Insurance, and Real Estate 11evI leader' o! tile Dodge Tired of Iookln~ at dream cars you can't buy? lne cars you see at the Auto Show and never see again? Well, then, do something about it. See the one you ca~ buy, right now, today, at your Dodge dealer's. It's Charger, a full.sized, fastback action car that's all primed up and ready to go. With V8 power. Bucket seats, fore and aft, Full.length console. Disappearing headlights that dis. appear without a trace. Rear seats that quickly convert into a spacious cargo compartment. Just pop the rear buckets down and watch the cargo space go up. That's Charger--breathtaking new leader of the Dodge Rebel. lion. Until you've seen it, you haven't seen everything from Dodge for '66. Charger, a brawny, powerful dream car that made it-all the way to your Dodge dealer's. DODGE DIVISION EAST WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W, VA, ~YOU HAVE A CHANCE OF WINNING A DODGE CHARGER--REGISTER AT YOUR DODGE DEALER'S