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!; OF JEFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCATE JANUARY 12, 19613.--B AND OTHER and real win this past Monday quite cold cloud snow flakes turn- COlder and strong west morning clouded temperature a few a little sunshine in a few degrees warmer Snow and ice not mov st. Wednesday morn- temperature 24 and about noon snow some inafternoon ~OW KOT Paint BASE PAINT finish for on in a jiffy, dries in no mess, Stays new With repeated washings, SATIN EL i 48-page *'Du Pont Home Painting & Color Guide" SUPPLY 17 W. Va. By Mrs. Georgia Pearl some wind and air very penetra- ting lemeprature dropping and a cold night. Thursday a bright morning and a very nice day with sunshine about all (lay just a lit- tle dangerous when Walking, quite a lot of ice around in late evening westerly winds and cold and some snow flurries. Friday sunshine and a nice day quite a bit of snow and ice moved away. Saturday a beautiful day not so cold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garreit were visitors Saturday evening with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neff Slusher of Ran son. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harding and family were visitors Sunday with relatives in Brunswick, Md. Mr. Charles Garrett accompan- ied by Mr. and Mrs. John I,ove of ;Charles Town motored to Win- :chester, Vs. Wednesday and fill- ed an appointment with Dr. An- derson the eye specialist wflere Mrs. Love is taking treatment for her eyes. She is showing some improvement. Mr. Lacy Lanham of Purcell- villa, Va. was a business visitor in our little village Thursday even- lng. Home From Hospital Little Duane Wilt who was a pa tient in Charles Town General Hospital with pneumonia is much improved and at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Ashbau- gh and family of Millville were visitors Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Motor To Washington Mrs. Georgia Piper, Mrs. Frank Garrett, Mr. John Hawk Herman Garrett and Charles Garrett mo- tored to Washington, D. C. and were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Loy. Mr. Loy who submitted to an operation on his eye has not been doing so well, so just recent ly he returned to the hospital for another operation. Best wishes Lester for success this time. Mr. Thurman Hawk who has been on the sick list for quite some time is very much improv- ed and back to his work again at Hagerstown, Md. Marvin Jackson who has been in French Morroco for the past Always at phone at hand In the home that's Telephone-Plannedl r ri~ .lr. and family were vi~itor~ Sunday with Miss Eva Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie IIytonen of Fails (lhurch, Va. decided on Wed nesday morning to motor up to their ranch home at Hm Blue Ridge as they had m)t been there since the big storm or blizzard after leaving Route 9 their drive which is one quarter mile to their ranch home into a snow drift they went and there they were as they were dressed for hiking PON , MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMI S Church Announcements Rev. Temple Whaler will con- duct the morning worship ser- vice Sunday morning, January 15 at 9:30 Sunday School will follow at 10:30. Mary Randolph Smith has as her guest a former Stuart Hall they left the station wagon and room mate Leigh Sage of Arling- hiked to their destination. They ~ton, Va. for one week. Miss Smith sure were comfortable with the Ireturned to Arlington with Miss fire place thinking how well we I Sage to spend a few days before get out as it happened. They got she returned to Chapel Hall. in touch with the neighbors tIow- Mr. and Mrs. Max Christian ~f. ard Wilt and G. C. Pearl. They Atlantic City, N. J. and Mrs. R. . Revltinger Jr., children Lynn and gOtlongtheiruntilShOvelsthe Hytonensand it wasn'twere tOOon Ruth from Kensington, Md. spent their way to Falls Church, Va. last week as guest of their bro- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and ther-in-law and sister Mr. and family of Randallstown, Md. were Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. of SiP visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. vet Spring. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake Arbutus and Antionnette. were host at a family dinner held Mr .and Mrs. Robert Ott, sons at their home near Charles Town Donald, Van and h'al of Char- on Sunday. Those present were lottesville, Va. were visitors re- Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey and son cently with Mr. and Mrs. ttumph Wane of Martinsburg, W. Va. rev Wilt and daughters Arbutus Miss Dorothy and Bessie Leake an'd Antionnette. of Berry~ille, Vs. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilt of Mrs. J. L. Chapman and Miss Charles Town were visitors re- Nancy Dawson of Charles Town. cently with Mr. and Mrs. Humph- Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Brown rey Wilt and daughters Antion- daughters Jeannie, Partridge of nette and Arbutus. Underwood, Road, Rolland Park Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt Baltimore, Md. were callers of and daughters Arbutus and An- Ylrs. Marie Briscoe Charles Town tionnette, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La- on New Years Day. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd Rue daughter Connie and son Lonnie were dinner guests with ~urchased the Mr. Howard Wilt Mr .and Mrs. Claude Rickel and property and moved in this week. daughter Norms Jean on New Mr. and Mrs. Boyd moved from Year's Day. their farm. We welcome the Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McDaniel to the neighborhood of Rippon. and family were dinner guests New Years guest at the home with the formers parents Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Mrs. Benjamin McDaniel of Ar- Jr. of "Silver Spring" were Miss den, W. Va. on New Years Day. Effie Moore of Mount Jackson, Mrs. Annie Wilt and daughters Va. Arbutus and Antionnette were visitors with Mrs. Margaret M. Ott recently. i Mrs. Dallas Kibler and sons Robin and Richard of Berryville, Vs. were dinner guests on Thurs day at brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Farm Women's Club Meets A tasty demonstration of "Yea st Bread" by Mrs. G. W. Myers Jr. started Rippon Farm Womens Club lesson off for the year when 'they met Thursday, January 5 at Mrs. Russell Caves, Charles Town. Two New officers Mrs. I Paul Chapman, vice president and Mrs. Michael Rice, treasurer BY J. E. SAVILLE COUNTY AGENT and reporter assumed their dut- The Four State Farmers' Meet- ies. Year books were distributed ing will be held in Winchester, and lamp orders were placed for Va. on January 19th. The locaL- a future workshop. Refreshments ion is Lee-Jackson Restaurant, U. including the bread made in the S. Route 50, east of Winchester. lesson was served by Mesdames The meeting will start at 10:00 Russell Cave and Ralph Rickel year is now at the home of his A. M. and adjourn at 3:00 P. M. Jr. parents Mr .and Mrs. Charles Lunch will be available at the j Sunday dinner guests at the Jackson after 15 days he will be meeting place. . home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren La stationed in Maine. The program will include the~Rue and family were Mr. and Mr. Donald Jackson who has following topics. Management of Mrs. Denzil Kackley and Mr. and been in Alaska for the past year the Beef Cattle Herd when Feed. Mrs. Charles Kackley of Berry- is spending his furlough with er Calf Prices are Declining, For lville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond h~s wife and daughter, then he age Crop and Livestock Insecti- Kackley and family of Falls Chur will go to Boston, Mass. for the cides, with Emphasis on the Con ch, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Laurence next year. trol of Alfalfa Weevil, Hom Pre Kackley and family of Alexan- Mr. John Love of Charles Town pared Feed vs Commercially Pre dria. Other recent guests at the was a visitor with his sister and pared Feeds, with Emphasis on LaRue home were Mr. and Mrs. brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. G. Single Source of Concentrate vs Wilford Wilson of Winchester C. Pearl Tuesday. Concentrate Mixtures, New Devel Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swish Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Heskett and opments in Controlling Weeds. er of Martinsburg, W. Va. two children of Lovetsville, Va. The Relationship of Record Keep Episcopal Church Women and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Har- ing to Farm Management. The Episcopal Church women Persons that will appear on the of St. John's Church will meet at program are Mr. Joseph Emch, the home of Mrs. Oscar Lloyd on W. Va. University, Leo Widmyer Wednesday, January 11 at two Jefferson County Farmer, Robert o'clock. Butler, Stauffer Chemical Com- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harris and pany, Dr. J. L. Bishop and Gar- family from Richmond, Va. spent land Clark, Virginia Polytechnic New Years with his brother and Institute, David O. Quinn, West sister-in-law and family Mr. and Virginia University, Dr. Edward Mrs. Roy B. Harris and family. M. Hoshall, Chief Chemist, Food On the way home Mr. and Mrs. and Drug Administration, Ken- Harris and family stopped to see neth Loope, Allen Kates and Har his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. old Walker all of Virginia Poly[L. Chapman on Monday. technic Institute. [ Mr. Don Chapman has returned The topics on the program]to Morgantown to resume his stu were selected by a committee of ldies at West Virginia University farmers from Frederick, Clarke, after spending the Christmas hol Page, Rappahannock, Madison, idays with his parents Mr. and li ttl half the size of a regular desk phone, beautiful 81erltl T~4tLIT~. fits almost anywhere. r%~a e~aad light, it adds a modern fashion note to any c%t(a'" n.d its amazing PANELESCENT (electrolumines- tha~j ~71 glows in the dark for easier dialing (and for less aMth,va year for electricity). Simply turn a tiny knob ~h,.'~ uial glows bright enouuh to serve as a night light. li~l~'l~Vhere i- o -- '1 IP t ~_ u your home is a orignt new pmce tor a ~% t:~w S'rAIILI~E extension phone. Call our business [%r ~:uay and learn how little it costs to have one of %t, ~;n. Available in five decorator colors. Remem- seCOnd phone costs far less than the first. STrade Mart, b~rl~'s Lorgest Independent Telephone Systeim Greene, Warren and Shenandoah counties in Virginia. Berkeley, Jefferson, Morgan, Mineral, Hardy and Hampshire counties in West Virginia. This will b a real apportunity to hear these topics discussed by a wide variety of specialists. Plan to attend and take your neighbor. Educador converts mangrove swamp into harbor. McPeak, former aide, named Redskins' coach. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun ty, West Virginia Funkhouser Industries, Inc., A Corporation dba Ranson Real Es- tate and Insurance Co., plaintiff vs. Civil Action No. 68 Frank G. Eppes, defendant The object of the above entit. led complaint is to Attach and Garnishee funds in the hands of James M. Mason, 3d, Trustee be- longing to the said Frank G. Ep- pes. And it appearing by an affida- vit filed in this action that Frank G. Eppes is a non resident of the State of West Virginia it is order ed that he do serve upon Kenneth W. Metz, plaintiff attorney whose address is Mason Building, Char- les Town, West Virginia an an- swer or other defense to the corn plaint filed in this action on or before February 2, 1961 other- wise judgement by default will be taken against him at any time thereafter. A copy of said com- plaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court December 19, 1960. W. M. JONES Clerk of Court By: Marie Trussell R. C. Dec. 224t-paid Mrs. Paul D. Chapman. Miss Elizabeth M. Smith spent ~st week as a guest of her cous- in at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Roder of Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and Jimmy and Carol were sup- per guests on Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swisher of Mar- tinsburg, W. Va. Dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert An- ders were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family of Ranson, Ylr. and Mrs. Randolph Anders md children Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Myers and family of Rockville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson Hyattsville, Md., Miss Judy Mercer a granddaugh- ter and Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- son. A daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders remained with them until the fol lowing week. Ruth Rogers Smith returned last Wednesday to Stuart Hall, Staunton, Vs. to resume her stu-i dies after spending Christmas: New Years with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. "Silver Spring". Beulah Circle The Beulah Circle will be held on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. D. P. Lutz Charles Town. Mr .and Mrs. D. P. Lutz enter- tained with a dinner party on Sat urday night. They had as their guest Miss Elizabeth Burns from Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and family from Martins- burg, Miss Agnes Burns and Miss Ann Lee Burns of Charles Town Mr .and Mrs. Caleb Burns and family and Mr .and Mrs. James R. Mason. Mrs. Viola Chapman Falls Mrs. Viola Chapmans friends a- round Rippon are awful sorry to ]hear of her misfortune in falling ]and sustained a broken hip which Mrs. Chapman is now a patient ]n ~he Chartc.q Town l~0.~pital, r ...... ~ Best wishes to you Mrs. Chapman for a very speedy recovery. Mr. Oscar Lloyd slipped on the ice last week and sustained brui- ses and a hurt spine. Mr. IAoyd was advised to take it easy for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams went to the Square Dance in Boy ve, Vs. at the Parish Hall on Sat urday night the caller was Des Ganley from Charlotte, Va. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wall of Charles Town and Miss Louise Jenkins motored to Washington, D. C. to visit with Mr .and Mrs. Walls sister and brother-imlaw Mr. and Mrs. Boris Stronov of Washington, D. C. on Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Adams en tertained the Shenandoah Squa- res on Monday night at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hill and Frank Carvell of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jim my Carstone, Mrs. Albert War- rick, Front Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bush and family of Charles Town. Refreshments consisted of home made apple sauce cake, sandwiches and coffee. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. I ATIONWlDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY | MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY I I'*" p,o * LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY | Home Office:Columbus. Ohio Has your insurance kept pace with the value of your home? If you haven't increased your property insurance to match the rise in real estate values over the past few years, you're leaving your-' ~lf wide Qpen to ~serious ,financial loss. Don't be under-~nsured. Check with us now for the protection you need. DEPT ONE GROUP OF MEN'S DRESS PANTS 70% Orlon- 30% Worsted Wool Valued At Much More Sizes 28 - 42 SALE MEN'S INSULATED UNDERWEAR Tops and Trousers Regular $2.99 each SALE ONE GROUP OF ASSORTED TOOLS REGULAR 88c SALE for ,e BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Sizes 6 - 16 Regular $2.99 SALE $ BOY'S CORDUROY PANTS Sizes 6 - 20 SALE ,2.88 ONE GROUP OF ASSORTED SHOES MEN'S -- WOMEN'S -- CHILDREN'S Values to $9.99 SALE LADLES ASSORTED HEELS Natural Bridge and Sweetbriar CASUALS---VALUES TO $10.99 !SALE $3.13 Land ,6.13 STORE LADLES HANDBAGS REGULAR $2.99 and $4.99 SALE $1.13 and $2.13 ASSORTED UMBRELLAS Values to $3.99 SALE $ .13 PINWALE CORDUROY REGULAR 99c YARD SALE yds. for $ CRAWFORD SLIPCOVERS Chairs - Sofas - Davenport and Others SALE $ .88 to $ |,' GIRL'S DRESS AND SPORT HATS Sale 1/2 Priq HEAD VEILS R G L: R $1.00 and $1.99 SALE to LADLES FLANNEL PAJAMAS Sizes 32- 46--Regular $2.99 and $3.99 SALE $ .97 and ).97 Bep~t~UalK ,~. HNtTFORO FIRff IN~UPJ~NCE COMPANY Q~UP Hartford IS, Conr.c~tlcut" Ill Ill PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. Matinee Saturday & 8tmdg, 3:00 P. M. Night 7:00 & 9:00 P. M. Children 25e - Adults 50, Thursday - Friday - Saturday January 12, 13 and 14 3wvmv$ 0o ~om~0w i i ,i Sunday - Monday - Tuesday January 15, 16 and 17 NZ LISZT I' Sunday Shows: q & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday January 18 and 19 REGULAR $16.99 TO $75.00 SALE $ .00 to $1 .00 S PERCALE 72 x 108 - k 81 x 108 - SHEETS - - $ .81 - - $ .99 Cases - - Pair "STATE PRIDE" BATH MAT SETS 2 Pieces and 3 Pieces SALE .66 BED PILLOWS Foam Rubber Reg. $3.99 .77' SALE MUSLIN SHEETS 72 108 - - - $ 81 x 108 - - - $ Cases - - e Pair ED SPREADS Twin or Double Compare At More SALE .88 MUSLIN SHEETS Select Groups Double Size $ 82 x 108 9 - 9 Friday 9-9 'Saturday "CHARLES TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER" t