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i!; i I able to be out on Saturday and I A I | I sons motored to Fairfax, Va. Sun [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE : the is getting along very good ~ t L Jday where they spent the day J TI-IITR~I~AV IANIITAI~V 1'2 1091 F~..-R [ ....... : ..., " _ I U ....... r ' ~rother in la ........... ' ............. ' ....... / Mr. ann lv~rs Knala wiles an0 . I Wlut lv rs DoTe s u - - w i | By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands daughter Sherri Lynn called on By Miss Dorothy Bowers J and sister Mr. and Mrs Andrew[ ............. I .............. -- -- his narents on Loudoun Itei~hts --------- I Bean I~aou; gooa outcner calves z~.t~ I11.oo; neavy ~eeaers ann ngnt t)u~ -" I ...................... 1" "~ ~" , - ~. - ' Mr and Mrs Joseph Milton ofl Mi~s Esther Po"e and ne"hewIt 3100; medium butcher calvesleher hogs 1600 to 1800; shoats Vii' ~IIU lllS. VYdltt~/- ~lud 1- va on last ~un(la .... ."~~ 1~ t, .. .... . ......... I.....~ ..t ~..~ ,~). .... ). xr. and " Y Charles Town spent Saturday ev-I Wade Pone Jr were dinner122.00 to 21 00" thin calves 2100 [per hundred 2200 down; p~gs per ---tram Tne rnes ot me-- ir'an " Mrs'Francis" ma iwood Deferred From Last Week ening at the home of Mr. andluues(s New Yea~"s Day of Mr Idown; heavy calves 18.00 to 28.-[head 10.00 down; heavy boars IF OF JEFFERSON- FARMERS ADVOCATE and three c'hildren of Ranson Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and dau- land ~Irs. Stephen Dalgnrn Jr. and J00; 110"00 to 11.00; stags ll:0()to 12.00; ........ J were New Years Day callers with and dau~hters Mary and Nnncv diner. _ ....... [family in Charles Town. J Lambs good and choice 18.25 to [sows anu pigs up to av.oo; stock June (~lusner) ~onrer IMrs Maude Smallwood and fam-~.n ~. ~oland Wiai,,,, and Mrs. Mr.,ann lvlrs= Anon ivluse sonsI ~ j20.00; lambs med 15.00 to 17.00" Iooars 11:00 to 1~o?; ...... I. ............... Tlmomy ann r~ennem ann I I lambs ~lain 15 00 down" butcher l Miscenaneous ~)ales s~rt it:oH ~ xxy. JUlia vlanos spent lvlonaay niter- - - ~ s ~ i ~ ' ' ~. ~.~ ~ ~^~^~+ ~ ..... ~ ........... Bety Frye weie supper gue.ts ~r I [ewes 3 00 to 6 00" stock ewes Her IA. M..--Livestoek Sales 1.30 P. M. I ............. ~" .~oo~.~ ...z~ a,~, noon wire their cousins ~vlr. anu . , ,- I0 YEARS AGO--1951 ker who pitched a number of son Sylvester were last Monday Mrs Hubert Dutrow in na-ers-day of Mr. andMrs. M=. S. Cotta ] I, dADVET DCID/~DT I head none; leach Monday; Consign your cat, has been learned that W. P. I gam.es for the Legion ball club ) dinner guests with their son and town [ ann ~amuy. in ~=narles Town. . I [Yl~l-1 ~lLl'-~| [ Good butcher hogs 18.25 to 19.- lUe with us our spring sate. 'e , ourlng the past two 3ears Mrs Wll Recent v~sltors at the home ot try, Jefferson County s re- [ ........ ~ .." , t daughter-in-law Mr. and " Mrs. Billy Viands spent the day ] .....~s . .~ ~ I I J00; medium butcher hogs 17.00 to I entative in the W Va House ~ ~u.~t~ttar~u: Miss ~etty Jean I liam Frye and son Bobby. Mondav with her grandmotlmr ~v~r. ann ~vlrs. ~waurlcerope anu I ... [ 18.00; heavy butcher hogs 15 00 1 Finley acquires control of Ath )ele " " Foshee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Donald Hover M,o r~m,, Friffc none Charlou daughters have been ~utcn ~an- J The quotations of The Blue t~io I tn 1~ ~. hnteh@v Halve 1~ P~l fn I l~ti.~ elnh gates was aODolnted to, ", . .,. ......... S ................. S ........................... , ....... , .............................. hairman hin of't-he imnort-JH. G. Foshee of Red Level, Ala. male and daughterDonna of "P. n I ora, r ennle bnniora ana t mton/ge westoeK bales at tsnarlesl "" "- "- ........ nd ttouse Finance Committee and Cpl. Alex Lanham, Jr. son Prospect Ave. were Wednesday Mr and Mrs Robert Webb and IPine of Prince George, Va. a /Town, Monday, January 9, 1961. I .................. his session of the legislature of Mr and Mrs Alex Lanham of callers with their grandparents three" children" of Millville were 1 Mr. John Pope and family of Bol I Receipts of cattle, calves and I rt~t'utvl" uly I~U,t~JLf[l'l~Ut~ U)JP" .'loin ,i, ~,,.~ ...... ~,,o)~JCharles Town were married at Mr and Mrs. Bert Viands. New Years Eve callers with ivar. [hogs heavy with a good demand[ [~|~l~l~ll~V R~UI~ l~|lq~T t~1~1~' ident of ~"Thom"as ~Jef[e~- ]the First Baptist Church, Red Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vanme- their aunt Mrs Beulah Fritts Mr;~:..Jo.seph Ranalli and fami!y [ for all good hogs, calves and cat-[ Ut.#UtLLI./ U#41111 ~1 I lion/ t,~lVll-al~/ Hotel H'e'~succeeds H W [Level'1 Ala'i Mrs: Shirley Mikkel Iter of Martinsburg were Thurs- Mrs. Nelson Fritts and daughter ]m ~v~uvll~e were^omner ngUtel~et~lU% ..................... I of Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the close of busin.es~ 1 sen, oaugnter o~ ~vtr ann ~wrs da callers with their stepmomer ~unuay o~ ~wrs r~anam ~ mot feature ox sate was cuw~ ~trung , ev ~riot~ Proid~nt wa~'Ma~' ' J Y " " Betty Lee of Ranson were call- . , i ~ T " 1 . I .... I December 31, 1960, a State bank2ng lnstitation orgamzed and Vi'e~,:/.~,~-~'~V'~'~':.::-:.::'~"~- , Paul Mikkelsen of Clearwater, I Mrs. Maude Smallwood and fam- ers Wednesday evenina with Mrs I Mrs. Nathanlel ~ray Jr. ann iam J hogs h~gher, vea~ acuve. | operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of ~,.~, ,~. v,. z~ ~,~- . " - " " " " teersn Rnd r~. xxr w m ...... tl , .... l Florlda became the bride of John lily Fritts [flY" [ Chome butcher s one, [ the Federal Reserve System. Published in accerdance with a call ......................... I W Ott son of Mr and Mrs Ber- I .. ~,,n aa.~ ~),o,.),,o ctokes of ~-- " ............ o..h .f [ Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn, Jr and [ good butcher steers 23 00 to 24.- | made ,by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve . ) " ~vxx. ~taa~ zw~o. ~a~t*x~o )J ~vlr. allu lvlIb. ~gIly Dtlu.. v .... ........ [nard S. Ott of Halltown, W. Va.;[Brunswick, Md were Thursday Alexandria Va were callers dur-]Mrs. Norman Rider of Charles [ 00; plato to medmm steers 18.00[ Bank of this District. ~upy Zomoro tne ~egion S lMiss Ann Moler of Charles Town l,,i-),+ callers with their narents ........ : .... " ........ :~ ,.__.,._. I Town along with Mrs. Winerd/to 22.50; choice butcher heifersl A S S E T S breaSt(And" ace and rigA_t- Jdaughter of Mrs. J. M. Kimes of [~ir~:'and Mrs Robert Frye ta~n~l t"sist"er:]n.~l~wW~I"r man~"l~i"rs" [Bowers and Mrs Earl Peacher of [none; goodbutcher heifers 21..00[Cash, balances with other banks, lncludi,ng reserve i r~,,+ elve^~w mtters:,~ne[jeff. Avenue Charles Town .De-I Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Small- Nelson Bush " " ~al~.town yisitea ~tev. ana)v~rs./to zz.oo; plain^to medium nell:[._ balance, az~i cash i~tems in process of collection..$ 966,841.63 B~,,~. Dtem,a., ~CVUL ~U~ came the bride of Mr. Charles wood of Martinsbur~ were Wed ...... " ......... i tTranam wooa ann iamny at tne/ers .t,~.oo to zu.uo; gooa DUllS ~U.OU[uni~d ~t4~e~ t.AoFerTll~erki~ obligations, direct and t_alia Athletics asking him if Beverley Heflebower, son of Mr .,,a~,~ oallers with ~heir brother . Mr: ana~yirs..~onal%wues ann Manse in Duffields, Friday after-Jto 20.80; plain to medium bulls| guar~n,teed., ...................................... 439,575,63 ~Uld like to go south with I and Mr~ Daniel Heflebower of J ~"~'~;~,~. ~- ~ .... ~. ..a ~t. laugnter ~nerrl were l~ew enrs I noon / 15 00 to 19 00: commercial cows J Obltgatiovls of States and political subdivisions ..... 15,071 13 "s this season and the other 7.':- ---~ ..... " ....... ~.-..- ................... callers with the litters parents [ Mr" Leo Gro-an of Charles / 16"00 to 16 90" utility cows 15 00 J Corporate stocks (lxmludi,ng $5 250 00 stock of Pederal j r~tppon, w. va. [ George Jones " " ~" J " " ' " "] l~eserve bank) ' " the local Draft Board, who . . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles Sr. and er ue t Thurs ..................................... 5,250.00 tonlvaskhimtore.mrtforl .................... I .." .~ . P .. famllyatLoudounHelghts, Va ...... .... /.................~._)...a.,...../I.,oan. and discounts (,mctu4ing $25.39 ox~erdrafts).. 1,320,603.56 , Mr and Mrs. George Miller of Mr and Mrs Milton Po klns of . Town was a supp g s - to 16.00, canners and cutters 15. . . . ~ v I ~vlarunsDurg, w. va. annouuceKaotetown were rriaa Callers l ua: ,,~ ~,,.. a.~, ,,,.~. ,~.,,.,.o ,~..# uu uvw., cvw~ us ~,,~ -=,,- ~,v ~,, F~rnl ure n Physical exams but told him" I Y Mr and Mrs Donald Hover l" / [ t a d fixtures ................................ 42844.93 _ ..... the engagement of their daughter ith theirdau hter Mrs Obie " . h " 1 ~" " land fam ly. i208.00; stocker and feeder steers.other a.sse~ ~'ao~ ua o, hana m answer me roll w g male and children l)avle ann ~on ....... Evelyn Lee to Mr William Brill Johnston and daughters " " N ........ ] Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons up to 25.00 stock heifers and J ......................................... : ' " tlte ....... Iof Harpers Ferry, W. Va.; Mr. [ Mrs George Armstrong and na.spen_taren~?~v~rs ~naf ~t: ~. [and sons Michael of Charles Ibulls by the head up to 150.00; [ TOTAL ASSETS .................................. $2,801,878:11 as' ~ olenn t~narles Town I and Mrs. Edmund Smallwood of Ic..ute._~.:,.~_-.. ut"t 1,~"; ................... .... + ,-i. .... ).~attet~ t, " f il" " " I Town were visitors Sunday after I Choice to prime calves, 32.00 to [ L I A R 1 l, I T I E S- .~ former basketball and foot [ Charles Town announce the en- s"ent the da" Saturda,, with her bert Viands Jr. and am y near noon with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood I ~ I ...... U ~.--7] = -- -- 1 -- ~,~,r was also, on the list to re I gagement of their daughter Betty Is~'ster-in-law ~Mrs Dave Arm-the t~loomery. ........ I Bowers and son Bruce. J [ ~emc~nOc~rt~iPOor~s o~ rna~vlauais, parmersmps ann ,1 049 674 6~ ~l :rg~l_ngs~ fr_om th.e_ Draft I Ann to Mr. Charles ~erle Brown Istrong and family .... ~r~ t~nadaffl~Sun:Va~elVw~?thVi~et~s IBirthday Dinner ] ~ t~ m, It~ ~ as ~ I Time "~e'~sits of'" individuals:" "~e~'~i:laS'," "~n~! ..... ~' ' " ~ -u so was ulg marry ~ar- I son of Mrs Jessie Tnompson oI I Mr and Mrs Charles Stocks '1" ~1 " '~ ~ !" ~ Mrs Alec Costello served a tur- I A I~ I~1 ~ 1 I~ |1 I~1 [,! I corpor~tie,us 862 566 29 mugmer anu son-m-law wr. anu : 14 11 IVl J 1 I1 n ' " "" ............... :" .... " ....... I Harpers Ferry. . [Mrs. Catherine Holler, Mr. and "r,~ m,,r, mi,, ~,,,,~,, ~t ~'.11~ key droner Sunday at her home [ I .of Crated States Government (including [ DIED. Page Robert H~nton, m-[Mrs" Wllham Frye and son Bob "'hurch Va !in honor of her husband who celI ................ I.. pos~a~ sawngs .... : .... ::... ..... ... .............. 98,433.97 fant son of Emanuei ann xneima I by of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and "-- ' -" ....... ebrated his birthdav, anniversary. I I IM~I I;IIU __.. I~ll~ I ~eps~. o~ ,~va~es a~a politica~ subdivisions ........ 265,850.02 ~l ............... " nandoahn[ . Mr. ana tvirs. ~onala trover- ' I LIIII~/L1-UlVl IIM~IJ [ Depos~ ot oan~s .................................... 230040.92 McDamel Hlnton of She Mrs Sublette Chambhn of Ran- Others present for the occasion , .. , ' ~ ...... male and children Davle and Don ............ I Other depOSlk~ (eertihed a>nd officers checks, etc.).. 32,260.26 | 1 Juncuon; wlss ~aura ~. ovnnso , I son were ~unaay caners Tim ~v~r. na spent Wednesday and Thurs Desiaes ~v~r .ann ~v~rs. t;osteuo anu I t~ ~ll le I TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,538,826 10 ~ J'~'][~ | 1 life long resident: of the county land Mrs. Robert Frye and son. day with his parents Mr and Mrs" i their daughter Mary Lane were [ ~[~U /ILl: I O the~ liabili~es ...... ].] ]] ]']]::]:]]:::::] ........ " . 38~49.17 at the Charles Town General Hos II II I1 IMr Sylvester Frye of Bethesda ..... ".- - . "lMr. and Mrs. Edward Costello ofl I .... . .... ~ ~ ~ | [ pital. I Mcl" spent the weekend with his ~ly.oe ~pearow m ~erKeley l Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- [ -------- ] TOTAL LIAbilITIES ........ $2,577 775.27 II th Ti : il i iri:! i iwSL Me daFa t ~i~i!~nTrMtl~a~n~i:~ai~i!li Gl'arMa i] Our Store Hours: ]~USnPi~e ~i~ ~U~::::.::: $ lii'l~o:i! in ton St with a ce e " g ." Melvin Fritts ....... " " "[ Kranenberg all of Halltown. IOPEN Monday. Tuesday. I ............ - - ____ II II1 bratintbeheldsmetimeml d'profits']:: ]: ] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and vln ~,rltts. ,,i~t,~ ,,it~ ~)- ~nd ] Mr. and Mrs. Elmer WrightI ...... "." ,, ^,, ~ ":, [ TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS................... 224.102.64 ~'~ ~]11111 I l i July. I children Judy Harry Debbie, __~,,,?.~ ;:.o...... ...... .7"-" :'-- and Mr Samuel Strickler were lrnursoay ~:~u to a:uu r. ~u. I t II li!en~a:~ D:e~h~annnd:R:~g~YefsBMe~d ~Vn~a~mle~nd:ifM~i:~n~:e M~? ~S:~hi:r:l~nr~:Y]~:t~iii!!e(raa~hIWednesday 9:00 to 12:00 1*2~T~~E~t~a~a~l ~A~val~e :f~:=.00$2201'87611 !~~ lt~'v~ Ill / nr/aH/I , Iviands Mr Roland Whipp of "im~ie Viands from GeYrards'J Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Orn-I ............. I MEbIORANDA --- i- -- ~ --~ wmu-~-w $'JlA[~l..- ~ ~ ....... " "" ............. ith~ " dorf and sons Dennis and Robe-I ~rlaay ~:uu ~o ~:uu r. ~u. IA.ssets pledged or assigned to assure liabilities and | ~'~J[]~i~.~k,, ||l ~fl,,t~ ~'t~.~ 0 ~ ~ I~U~J.e spent me wee~enu W town and Mr. Donald Hovermale ~f Laurel Md who were week-I I for other ,purposes $29545363 tale olin(is, rum town u , . - ................................... | - t~t[! [ ~ ~l~lf~ ~ ~ J a~.....~ a~. r~,,,,~m .., er f " end "uests of Mr and Mrs Rich-[ and Saturda I I, Ernest O. ~Siler Cashier of the above-named iba.rlk hereby : -- m. o.,~ ,&o. ~,1,,,~, lily - r e and s a--" ' . ' __.2fill iVlJtl~ IP~$ I ............... Mr. and Mrs. Robert F y ~,~ ~a .....ar Charl,'s Town [ ]certify ~ha~ the above ~ba,~ement as true to the ~best of my male ann uaugmer ~tmua auu om Be "-- .... '~# .... ' , n 1" son Sylvester the latter fr" ..... 900 A. M to 900 P.M. I~nowledge .~ d .be ~ef I son Davie of Prospect Ave were +)..~, ~s,~ ~'n ~s, ~,~ Mrs Sub visited Mr. and Mrs. Wllham [ " " J " P_,R~EST O v .... I callers on Wednesday with the ?,.,:_-- ...... Hoak and family Sunday evening I I ...... " ~1 TP:r"MW~eek'~-'--~-~ Illatste~sp~ren:S?~aanldy M::aCh~r ~ie~hiafs~:in:N:~]'i~ii~WD~ii teyr~oCh:rl:~dG~ys.anNdad2:ghl [ Dil nll:lN:D l: I ...... ..... Uw'. | ~ ~,~,, . ~ ,~ I --America s | I='~ I I I Bloomerv .......... _'!_ " ,~,.~, Gray Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. [IIlV LLMLll klIh I| J I JAM~.~I R. MASON, Directors. k. M l]lJNfill] 1K I finest washer, [| -a J I I[J Mr and Mrs Garland Henry aaugnter .an.u ~w~s_; ~ ....... Charles Perry in Berryville, Va. I AStute of West Virginia, County of Jefferson ss: ,.-~,,n--w, o,.~, et it cost oni " . ~tOCKS in 15runswlcK, ~vx(a. , . ....... I Y ...... | | - J I spent the weekend in Baltimore j ................. a alville on Sunday. ] Charles Town, W. Va. I Sworn to and subseri bed .before .me this 9th day of Jaxtuaxy 1961. ~il~t.~b. 15SAlly . . ' Mr. r~ota.u vv--wy ut ~,x. F e Mrs Winerd Ali[NI:Y I,o n~v for [~----"~ ~ I Md. withtheirson-m-lawand .... +~,, ~-,,,, N-,- Years week Mrs. Bettyry, . I ] VISt~INIA LEE SMAI~WOOD, Notary Public. .......... ....... "n e and I ' !~ ........ [ Holds more;. ~/ " ~J~ [daughterMr .and Mrs. John end holiday with his brother-in- Bowers, Mrs.Alto Mus ] My eamm~ss~on expires Jarmary 12, 1969. ,oUtCANCE AND I keeps water hot~ Ill /ttampton ann son ann also canea ~ .... a elcfar Mr and Mr~ Rort ......... ---- / longer; washes - ~ / on their sister Mrs. Neale Goliday ~i~m~ds .......................... __ __ -- "" . ~ll i ~EAL ESTATE ] i~r; ~lee:~r~o:~Ves work ~nd[and son. ~:~;~: :.. '. , , Mr find Mrs Milton P0p~ns of~ .: l~lnw thr tho first, t.im~. I,, / ! Mr. ann ~rs. Aloertvianas "" ~"" -- - [-~ ~'---~o-- even a~vww a~v~ ~v a~k,~ ~ataa~v... nas0n Buildin J . . lxamet0wn were " g ee q~filUil [ and Mrs.Bill Viands of the ........... Phone , {:ItARLrz |uwl~l J Bloomery were callers in Martins ~g cat~e~r[l~bi~n~lrhS~o~n'laaV~ ~1 . -- Ill !,~ ,ow.,' w. w / CO.. l bU %sn W~d?esVdaYn~slth/[ienvd~ da~g.ht~rSrJY~eit~nd Bn~he'rles q ; " I 114 North Charles St. I T:v dayf igahrttintashsba!gMr:i T wntretsUr ed tt:ahllis C::rchJ J l | improved some and w Charles Town, W. Va. J'- " a'alf hour Mr. and Mrs. Tommle Herndon me oxygen ~or n , -_./ ....... sited herand daughter and returned home -- , ~virs r~elson J~usn Vl Kd:aU :~~:~t h~ rGd FinSh:: ~ i DyRE8 ~XN[ISCHEG~AsOsPt~t~S:D ' I] g~ie~eiMr~aW:l~ghamk and r }1 1 -- Y tle, Pa Mr and Mrs. Leonard [! I~Ours:--9:45 . 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thursday l i Mrs Lester Ott and son Mich- ~.;~ :~ +.,, ". ~nd Mrs Margaret 1 "O l " .~o ,,~ ~.... - ~. ~e_ PEN EVENINGS By Appointment On y. J| he.1 spent the day Wednesda~~ Herndon and Mr. Randolph Pain ae 785 112 S Charles St Charles Town, W Va~ with her mother Mrs James Daft ~ ................... [ ter of Shenandoah Junction were ~ I ey. . ....... Christmas visitors with Mr. and .~ "~_._--"-'--- 1 Mr. Robert vianas naa a Daa vr,~ ~r,h,i, ~'ritts J .~..~-, ~f-__ ..... . -- - fall one day last week at his .................... I~, ~~s~t2~'~a,, ~~Js~t'~lm home. He visited his doctor and "~ ~b ~"-/${~O~([~$([g,~q~ r~'~ I luckily no bones were broken. I~ A Ig P [~ T ~ ILl ,... / ~" Only bruised his side very bad. D ~ ~ ~ ~ | ~ ~ - sl~ ................................................ He slipped on the ice. .~ .... . .. I" The Reliable emblem, fessional service at nrices Mr. William Penwell who ~as l~y Miss uargaret mouser - *- been a atient in the hospital was ---'- featured in our Prescrip- that are uniformly fair. een a pauen~ in me ~__._____ Mr. and Mrs. William Burke lion Department, is your Why not makc this your I~ lll~ and son of Bethesda, Md. were .. assurance of prompt pro- prescription pharmacy ? rt ~I~U @ '~nlhrB the Christmas holiday guests of m,,..,-,. ,. ,.-..,-- :)MI/n /l ll l;n her parents Mr .and Mrs. Bryan nlLIIUL & 5/UUi Itofmaster and children. " Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of P H A R M A C I S T S FUNERAL HOME 3crabble and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 173 Charles Town. W Va 304 West Washington St Dettaven and daughter of Hed- - " " ' ~'" gesville, W. Va. were the Christ- FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Charles Town, W. Va PHONE' Day 370 Night mas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~. J. Hill and Mrs. F. A. Hill. Miss Donna Duke S. N. at Kings Daughters Hospital was he weekend guests of Miss Alma Lee Knott. Mr. and Mrs. John Fraley of ;hepherdstown were recent .~uests of Mrs. Annie Louden and Jr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and ~. 3on. Miss Kitty Rainer of Harpers Mfllville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Ferry was Wednesday evening ...... .~.:~ Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 ~uest of Miss Dixie Kay Houser. ~ Mrs. F. A. Hill is on the sick ~~ ~.~~.~.~ m ~.~ ',ist. 1961 MERCURY MONTEREY 2-DOOR HARDTOP Harold Harding shot a deer on I I Illll I II BI[; REAS)N St,)~ ~/~'J/~'~ Ian. 3rdinLoudounCounty, Pa. Christmas Day visitors of Mr. T~ADITIONAL I~EI~CU~ COMFORT Only Mercury has Cushion-Link Ride (standard on Monterey ar~ and Mrs. Melvin Gift and family ) ~ were Misses Martha Parell of Bol Meteor 800)--a unique suspension system that absorbs jolts and jars that come through to you in other cars. It gives' ~.var and Judy Eichelberger of backward and forward as well as up and down. And Mercury has a longer wheelbase (120 inches) and greater weight (up hr heating ~0Ur] h0 ~ Bonsboro, Md. and Mr .and Mrs. to 241 pounds heavier) thanother cars in its price range. Result: you enjoyaamooth, aolid, steady big-car ride you'd expect me with 0il William Burke and son of Beth- to pay much more for., There's plenty of ~tretch-out room in Mercury, too--even more rear neat hip, ehoulder and head ~sda, Md. room than in last year s spacious Mercury. Wider doora and more trunk space, too. Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Gift and family and Miss Martha Parell of TRADITIONAL MERCURY VALUE There's extra value ~ Mercury'a engine dloice--all the way from the ~per- ( ) Bolivar and Mr.and Mrs. William Economy"6" (Mercury's ,fn'st "6") to the powerful Marauder V-8 ,. And eventhetop-performingV-8's deliver up to 15% Burke and son of Behesda, Md. were Christmas Day dinner better gas mileage. There s extra value in Mercury s seven self-servicing features. From self-lubricating cha~i~ to adf- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan adjusting brakes, they save you money every mile you drive. Everywhere you look, the 1961 Mercury offers you traditio~l Hoffmaster' and family. Mercury values. Now, for the price moat people pay for a new cat, you can own a Mercury. Take your pick of Mercury g the financial protection Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gift and three great series and drive it today[ tl.l~ltll-~El~U~ Ol~$10)t ~/~,~~ of /Etna Accident Insur- family visited Mr. and Mrs. John ance. Holmes in Sharpsburg, Md. dur- ~ ~- ....... ~ '-, ing the Christmas Holiday and al tHncwnv mmmo~ ~o~ so visited Mr .and Mrs. Calvin t~:.d ~ht ~ ~ hurt Gift and family in Hagerstown, ot the ~ow.~ ~. Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eaton and family of Silver Spring, Md. were the weekend guests of his mother Mrs. Albert Eaton and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Watson of Baltimore, Md. were Saturday 202 evening guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. i i II Ill I L i i ii ~ II.. I I _ . 1961 Mercury8L - ! t MERGURY NON'rER~VFin~t'm4tt! W~URY MUl~O[I[m [ | luxurious of all 1961 Mercury,--Priced to Compete with the | ALL IN THE POPULAR PRICE RA~6E J. Ameria'a loweet-priced luxury car. top eerim in the low.price field. J I _ I I L JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, Inc. East Liberty Street Charles Town, H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insuranee, Real Estate and Bonds I20 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 DISTRIBUTOR 16!.M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ii Va.