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OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE JANUARY 6, 1966 B--7 Dobbin Ranalli. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowland, of Bolivar, Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason, of Charles Town, Mrs. Bud Stuart and Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. and Mrs. Milton Reed and Mrs. Leonard Viands, Jr., and Richard and Lester, were son, of Charles Town, RFD, were guests on Christmas Day Monday visitors of Mr. Tony and Mrs. Raymond Delaw- D Angelo and Mrs. Michael r and family, of Bolivar. D'Angelo. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and Lilla on New Year's Day son, Kevin, and Mrs. James Lilla lr. and Mrs. Louis Petrucci and son, Vince, were Saturday and Mrs. Lloyd Small- evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and daughters, Tina and Edgar Smallwood, of Charles of Charles Town, Mr. and Town. John Bell and daughter, of Mr. James N. Dillow,'of Damas- Va., Mr. Robert Waugh- cus, Md., was a Thursday evening of Emmitsburg, Md., visitor of his parents, Mr. and Rosie and Marguerite Pe- Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Sr. Jay Lilla and Freddie and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Minnick of Martinsburg, Mrs. Nelson Whit- tington and Freddie Ranalli, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Sherry Bolen spent Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bolen, of Silver Spring, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gary Dil- low and son, Gary, of Alexan- dria, Va., spent the past week REGISTER NOW! "WIN-A-CHARGER" CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. E. WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-2096 CIIARLES TOWN, W. VA. Jan. 6-31> Mr. and Mrs. Milton Reed and sons, Richard and Lester, were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reed, Jr., and daughters, Jean and Lisa, of Win- chester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Reed aand son, Lee, Jr., of Charles Town, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Reed, of Silver Spring, Md., Miss Marillyn Eaton, Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Staubs and daughter, Joyce, of Shenan- doah Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Delauder and family, Lar- ry and Dabby, of Bolivar. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow and children ,of Rockville, Md., Mr. T. W. Dillow, Jr., and daughter, Tana, of Charles Town, RFD 2, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and children, of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mills, of Fair- fax, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gary Dillow and son, Gary, of Al- exandria, Va. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daughter, Re- becca; were Mrs. Edwin Pope and children, Lorn, Tommy, Lynn and Pam and Mrs. Mary Lilla, of Bolivar, Mr. Robert Waugherman of Emmitsburg, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay and Vince. Mrs. Bud Stuart and Mrs. Ma- with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow, mie Wiltshire spent Tuesday with Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dunn and Friday evening guests of Mr. sons, of Berwyn, Md. and Mrs. Mack Hooe were Mrs. Sunday guests of Misses Rosie Mary Nicewarner, of Charles and Marguerite Petrucci were Town, Mrs. Michael Rice, of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and Harpers Ferry, RFD, Mr. and daughter, of Fairfax, Va., Mr. Mrs. Oscar Huffman, Mrs. Mae Williams, of Winchester, Va., Mr. Webb and Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood and Mr. and Mrs. William Hough daughters, Tina and Tonya, of and Mr. and Mrs. William Hough, Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Jr., and sons, Randy and Timmy, Victor Williams, of Winchester of Bakerton, were Sunday eve- Vs. ning visitors of Mrs. James Lilla Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Dillow SWEEPSTAKES and sons. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Recent Sunday dinner guests of Stuart and son, Bobby and Mrs. in, see our fabulous new i' --'--- T.W. Dillow, Sr., spent Wednes- day in Alexandria, Va. ck--new leader of the ~1 Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rebellion -- CtlARGER! Milton Reed and sons were Mr. you're here--let us sign and Mrs. Calvin Barretts and fam- up in our big "Win-A- ily, of Martinsburg, and Mr. and Sweepstakes! H o w Mrs. Ray Riggs and daughter, of Hedgesville. can you get? Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Sr., spent New Year's Day with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. FOR A ~-~-~ W. Dillow, Jr., and daughters, Tuna and Tonda, of Charles Town, RFD 2. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James, SON W. VA. 4an. 6-7-8 THRILLERS gent Fireball' IN COLOR -- ALSO y In Your Eye SAT. ~ATURDAY 10 A. M. ONLY Atlantis, The Lost Continent" IN COLOR tRTOONS - FREE GIFTS ~l"Mon..Tues. Jan. 9-10-11 Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine" IN COLOR * ~ai~t Price - Frankie Avalon ~ The Beach Party Gang ~,[-~ ~__ Mr. Donald Glenn Longer- t:3 beam and Miss Patricia Ainsworth were Tuesday evening visitors of Here s what our check-uMr. and Mrs. Frankie Longer- . P. beam and daughters, of Ranson, wfil do for you : (1) Showlf and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longer- you can have broader pro- beam and children, of Engle. tection through the latest Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Minnick package policies; (2) Point of Martinsburg, Mrs. Nelson out areas of possible savings Whittington and Freddie Ranalli in your present program; (3) spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .... Uncover anyseriousgaps in ~ Whittington and Chit' your protection; (4)Explain dren, Hope and Robby, of Balti- what your present insurance does and does not cover, 'more, Md. There's no obligation for thig Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitley service. Call today, and son, Steve, were recent Sun- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Lula Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, spent Christmas day with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton, of Kable- town. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, and Mr. and Mrs. Em- mit Boyd were Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russell McAboy, of Clearbrook, Vs. Mrs. Pittman Russell, of Wil- I SAW Says TV's Ed McMahon -- SUN. 2 P. M. - "The Sandpiper" THAT'S ALL PHONE 725-2211 liamsport, Md., spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, were recent Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Magaha, of Charles Town, RFD. Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli were ,Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Mrs. Nelson Whittington, Misses Rosie and Marguerite Petrucci, Mrs. An- nie Longerbeam, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Holler of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carroll, of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and son, Denny, and Mrs. Lula Ra- nalli spent New Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitley and son, of Baltimore, Md. Mr. Ralph Johnson motored to Morgantown to return Ted John- son Keith Auvil and Bob Benton to West Virginia University wherethey are students. Holstein Cow Owned By William Walker Set New Production Record the size of the Wisp" hearing with an ordinary , ghs only of an incmaing the battery. of a hearing aid at the ear, with run,ring to an eartip. cover it with a cur], tuck it in place. lfi,' ONOTONE Of Hagerstown Brattleboro, Vt. - A new and higher milk production record in the official herd testing programs of the Holstein Feriesian Associat ion of America has been establish CLEANS YOUR ed for West Virginia. The new production class leader is a Reg- CARBURETOR istered Holstein cow owned by , William E. Walker, Shenandoah AS YOU DRIVE ! Junction. Breaking the previous all-time ... for more mileage, morerecord is Driswood Triune Bloom power, more zzooommm! Nan 5553947, (GP) with her new record for Junior two-year-old Proof cortified by NASCAR, America's milked two-times daily in the 305 outstanding stock ear authori~, day division of the HIR program. CITG0's patented ~e-sge inliredient Her official 305.day lactation total mdoek$ mere of the power wur car led 17,519 Ibs. of milk and 590 was meant to deliver. That's what we lbs. of butterfat. mean by moommm! Driswood Triune Bloom Nan was bred in the herd of her pre- R. FURR, Manager Community Oil Co., Inc. sent owner. She was sired by 33 South Potomac Street Driswood Zeus Burke Triune 134 Distributo,.~ 6850 (EX), a bull that has earned Hagerstown, Md. Z a Silver Medal Type Sire recognit Phone H erstawn Phone 725-7021 [/ ion. chREgent ' 3-3242 OrCharles Town, :- z u'les Town 725-5391 W Va Attemi -r S'urday clues oa m I ? I IIIII III P