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..:.%-- ~P mjip o o o m i / / A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION For Your Convenience--Our Banking Hours Every Friday Night From 5 To 8 P. M. BANK I • i i H i Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. William Martinsburg, were Saturday IPtlmmpm q, L| Capriotti and sons over the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles BA~K|||N Christmas holidays. Knott and son and Mrs. Florence -- v Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, Runion. Miss Margaret Houser visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Flanagan and N~v, gl~:~~:~m~!~g*.'::~ William Capriotti, over the daughter, of Strasburg, Va., and ..... "":~"~ ~"~""~ .. " .:'-- Christmas holidays and other Mrs. Elizabeth Cross, of Martins- .,~-~st class t~eorge ~. r~lowuer, relatives, burg, and Miss Eleanor Jane Jr., who is stationed at Dover Air Mrs. Berkeley Winters and sons Ludwig, of Hedgesville, were re- Force Base, Dover, Delaware, vis- and Mrs. Harold Robinson and cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. sons were Wednesday guests of B. Houser. George Kidwiler and brother, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob .... Monte, over the Christmas holt-ert Watson. :S LV RGROV "~: ~ ~ E~E day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson H. B. Larry R. Hoffmaster, who and sons, of Harpers Ferry, were is stationed at Lackland Air Force Sunday evening guests of her par- Base, Tevas, spent the Christmas ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wat- Mrs. Ethel Buzzard holiday with his parents, Mr. and son. ~~i~!~~-:A~.~ll Mrs. Roy Hoffmaster and sister, Mr and Mrs. Bernard Cloud Judy. and children, of Martinsburg, and Mrs. Esther ~Spitler and chil- dren, of Baltimore, Md., came up Miss Margaret Houser spent a ] Mrs. Almira Knott and Janet on Thursday and spent until Fri- few days in Martinsburg during were recent guests of Mr. and day with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Christmas time and was Christ- Mrs. Charles Knott and son and mas Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Florence Runion. Bussard and son. Her son, Terry Mrs. Franklin Rissler and son Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cani.]Davis' who is serving in the and visited Mrs. Ira J. Mc- ford, of Millville, visited their, United States Navy at Philadel- Namara. son-in.law and daughter, Mr. and phia, is spending a fifteen-day Christmas Day guests at the Mrs. William Hough, Jr., and sons leave with his mother. home of Mrs. Lucretia Moler were on Sunday'. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgan and Christmas Day dinner guests of were guests on New Year's Day of daughter, of Charles Town, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser and the latter's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Staley, Shep. Vicky were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Mrs Roy Waters in Beding- herdstown, Mrs. Emma Morgan Hoarser, Jr., of Charles Town, ton. and Mrs. Margaret Baldion, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T Houser New Year Guests Shependoah Junction. and daughters, of Hagerstown, Mr~ and Mrs/Howard Everhart Mr. Roy Hendricks and daugh- Md., and Mrs. Virginia Frye andhad as their guests on New Year's ters spent Christmas Day with Mr. children, of Wheaten, Md., spent eve Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Baer of and Mrs. Douglas Stevens and the Weekend. Knoxville, Md, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- family in Washington, D.C. Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch, ofry Everhart and daughter, Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Meier, Ranson, were Wednesday guests Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and of Alexandria, Va., were Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ~ec. 26, guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Vicky. Miss Margaret Houser Everhart and children, Mrs. Jean illiam Rowland and family and was a supper guest of Mr. and Whitehair and sons, Mr. and Mrs. James and Clarence Moler. Mrs. Ernest Houser and Vicky on Harvey Lon~erbeam and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just and Wednesday evening. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake son, of Johnstown, Pa., visited at , Mrs. Harry Fries, Mrs. Daisy and coffee were served, the occa- sion being Mrs. Everhart's the home of,, Mr. and Mrs.,William_ Fries. ~ ~nd daughter, Carolyn, of~ birthday. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1966 B--8 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook, of Brunswick, Md., were New Year's Day guests of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mrs. Esther Spitler and chil- dren, Bobby, Karen and Janet, Mrs. Ethel Buzzard were Thurs- day evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. GlennBoyd and son, Brian, family, in Manning. Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- way, was a guest at her home on Sunday. Her ~on and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staubs, of Shepherdstown, and grandchil- dren, Tommy, Beverly and Rhon- da Staubs, of Manning, were also her guests. Mr. Harold Staubs was a caller on his brother, Paul, in Neers- ville, Va., on Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Itattie Cogle and sons, of Manning, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart re- cently. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and daughter, Norma, Mrs. Shirley Chapman and children, Mrs. Hazel ~:~:: Staubs and daughter, Sandra, ,:~ !~i !: were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ,~:~.~ • aid Rodgers and son, Mrs. Ballen. ii~ ger and Miss Jessie Ballenger in :i!ii Bolivar during the holidays. I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers and son, Scott, her grandmother 0 on ?ale Mrs. Ballenger and Miss Jessie Ballenger, of Bolivar, were guests ::::::::::::::::::::::,::::: .... of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers dur:ng the holt_, days. ~': ........................... I~l~ of :'"::'*.:::..%..:::.%:.. Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, January 3, 1966. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all prime calves and number 1 hogs. Feature of sale was prime calf top, 40.00. COIV[P/ I E! EVEN AT THEIR REGULAR P R IC E S PENNEY'S ADONNA FOUNDATIONS A R E WAY AHEAD IN FASHION VALUE Choice butcher steers, none; good butcher steers, 22.00 to 24.75; plain to medium steers, 18.00 to 21.75; choice butcher heif- ers, none; good butcher heifers, 22.00 to 23.50; plain to medium heifers, 16.00 to 21.00; good bulls, 19.00 to 20.00; plain to medium b~lls, 17.00 to 18.75; commercial cows, 16.00 to 17.00; utility cows, 14.75 to 15.75; canners and cut- ters, 14.50 down; stacker and feeders steers, 22.00 to 25.00; stock heifers and bulls by the i ... FOR FABRICS, QUALITY, AND CONSTRUCTION ! Save On These Best-Selling Bra Styles: i Lightweight Lycra spandex hacks, criss. cross styles, long-lines, contour padded cups with foam or fiberfiils . . and many more! Save On These Best-Selling Girdles: Cuff top and leg styles, regular or panty 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN Tdephone 725-5113 head, up to 130.00. Choice to prime calves, 36.00 to 40.00; good butcher calves, 30.00 to 35.00; medium butcher calves, 25.00 to 29.75; thin calves, 24.75 down; heavy calves, 18.00 to 24.00. Lambs, good to choice, 27.75 to 28.25; butcher ewes, 8.00 to 11.00; stock ewes per head, none. Good butcher hogs, 28.00 to 28.75; medium butcher hogs, 27.00 to 27.75, heavy butcher hogs, 24.00 to 26.75; butcher sows, 20.00 .to 22.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 28.00 to 33.00; shoats per hundred, 45.00 down; pigs per head, up 24.00; boars, 17.00 to 22.00; sows and pigs, nolle. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 EachA.M.---Livestock Sales 1:30 p~.----~:~l~ Monday ~:h t’;i~iiI Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mrs. Elizabeth Gageby spent two days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hale and son near Washington, Mrs. Hale is her~ daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Moler of Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and daughter Joyce on Friday night. Miss Carolyn De Lauder spent a few days with her grandmother and family in Middleway. Mr. Robert Longerbeam and daughters visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam SAVES1 * Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Gageby of ~ii~ Baltimore visited Mrs. Mary Engle and Mrs. Nellie Gageby on Sunday. His sister and mother. W. S. C. S. To Meet Th W. S. C. S of the Uvilla types, aetio~t.baeks, long-legs, proportioned stylings, light panel or boned styles .... and many, many more.' *,SAVE 50c Cotton broadcloth contour bra SAVE $1 has elastic center gore for com. Cotton . cup bra with Lycra fort. Sizes 30 to 36 AA, 32 to spandex. Elastic back and cup 36 A, 32 to 38 B and C. inserts for all-day comfort. 32 now 2 for 2.50 to 38 A, B and 32 to 40 C. now 2 for $3 SAVE $1 Ultra.light sport brief of nylon- Lycra spandex. Slimming front panel is acetate.cotton~Lycra Sizes S, M, L, XL. now 2.98 Methodist Church will have their meeting at the home of Mrs. Mary Grayson at Shenandoah Junction Friday night at 7:30 p. m. She hopes they will attend. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and daughters spent Sunday with Mrs. Bruce Smeltzer in Martins- burg. They had an enjoyable time. ' " Mrs: Madge Moler of Bakerton visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and daughter Joyce on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Welty, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coy. ert and family in Winchester, Va. Suriday. They took their daughter home she spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Welty and sons, and Mrs. Ruth Clegg. Rev. and Mrs. Harold McClay of Bolivar visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby Sunday night. in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and NOTICE TO CREDITORS children, of Brunswick, Md., To the Cerditors and Benefit. were dinner guests on Saturday iaries of the estate of Jessie B. Satterfied, deceased. of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and family. All persons having claims a- Mr, and Mrs. Lon Staubs and ' gainst the estate of the said Jessie daughter, Robin, were guests of ,B. Satterfield, deceased, whether the former's parents, M~'.' and due or not, are notified to eXhi- Mrs. ttar y Staubs family in bit same, with the voucher there. Bakerton during the holidays, of legally verified, to the under Mrs. Don White, Miss Judy signed at his office at 104 W. Cogle and Mr. Harvey Longer- Congress St., Charles Toawn, beam motored to Hagerstown, West Virginia, on or before the Md., on Friday eveninng and vis. 23rd day of April, 1966; othe~- ited their sister, Mrs. Ella Belle wise they may by law be excluded Renner who is a patient in the hospital there with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook of the Bloomery were guests on Sun- day of the farmer's mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. :Mr: and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter, Christine, were guests on Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and from all benefit Of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and other wise protect their interests. Given under my hand this 23rd day of December, 1965. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County L SAVE $1 Add-a-size bra has soft foa~ rubber cup lining to fill o~ "in-between" sizes. 32 to 38 ! 32 to 36 B, and 32 to 34 C. now 2 for $3 SAVE $1 'Criss-cross' stretch bra, nyk taffeta cup sections. White black. 32 to 36 A, 32 to 42 and C, 32 to 44 D. now 2 for $5 SAVE $2 Extra-long-leg girdle of nylo~ acetate . Lycra spandex. 3'!~ thigh cuff with acetate-cottan" Lycra panels to slim. S, M, ~, XL. now 5.95 DON'T PUT IT OFF GET YOUR OWN PENNEY CHARGE . CARD NOW! TODAY! APPLY TO ANY OF YOUR PENNEY ASSOC- IATES FOR AN APPLI- CATION. GOOD IN 1.700 STORES SA ENTIRE REMAINING STOCK REDUCED IN WINTER MERCHANDISE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS • WOMEN'S ACCESSORIES • WOMEN'S SLEEPWEAR • WOMEN'S ROBES • WOMEN'S JEWELRY • WOMEN'S DRESSES ,O WOMEN'S SWEATERS n • WOMEN'S SPORTS WEAR • WOMEN'S COATS • WOMEN'S JACKETS • GIRL'S GLOVES • GIRL'S HATS • GIRL'S SLEEPWEAR n Ions'-waarine cQttou musl.lus| 133 count.* WHITE twin 72"xl oa', flat or Elosta-fit Ssnforized, bottom sheet full Sl"xl08" flat or Ehmta-flt Sanforiz~l bottom l.es pillow casee 42" x ae" .................................... 2 for .81 PASTELqt pink, cloud, light lilac, opaline green, pastel yellow, sky blue. twin 72"x1'08" fiat or Rlasta. fit San foriz~l bottom 2. ! 8 full 81"x108" fiat or Elaota.fit Sanfarieed bottom 2,38 pillow casee 4Z" x 36" .................................... 2 for 1.12 PENCALE I: I fine combed cotton percales 1845 count. WHITE dJ flat o, losta-fit 1 I I San forJzed twin l="xl6a" I~ MII~II~ ~ bottom sheet full 81"x108" fiat or Elnmta-flt Sanforized bottom 2.03 pillow cames 42~" x 38 112" ............. ~....: ....... .. 2 for 99 PASTELS. pela pink, light lilac, pastel yellow, opaline grr~n, seafoam, aqua, milk ehocelate, twin 72"x10S"- flat or Eleeta.nt Sanforized bottom 2.58 full 81"x10a" flat or Eiasta-fit Sanforlzed bottom 2.7~ pillow cases 42" x 38 !/2" ........................ 2 for ! .28 *hitched and finished • GIRL'S SWEATERS • GIRL'S SPORTSWEAR • GIRL'S COATS & JACKETS • INFANT'S SLEEPERS • INFANT'S PLAYWEAR • MEN'S GLOVES • MEN'S HEADWEAR • MEN'S SWEATERS • MEN'S SHIRTS • MEN'S SLEEPWEAR • MEN'S JACKETS • MEN'S WORK PANTS ALL PENNEY3 FAMOUS SHEETS WHITE I FASHION COLORS! ALL PERFECTSI LAB-TESTED! MORE PEOPLE BUY PENNEY SHEETS THAN ANY OTHER SINGLE BRAND IN THE WORLD! THE REASON: OUT- STANDING QUALITY AND VALUE! PENNEY'S sTORE HOURS---MON.-TUES.. WED.-THURS. 9 TO 5 FRI. & SAT. 9 TO 9