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Charles Town, West Virginia
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January 13, 1966

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~rn -- J Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mr. tIenry Stanley, Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley visited Mr. Guy Miller at Green- sburg on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Stewart and son, Martinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Vanttetre on Sun day afternoon. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lewis, Pikeside, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leonard and Mrs. Margaret Grove and Nancy of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Noll, York edum's for a week during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCarty, Jr., Baltimore, Md. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L V. Stuckey, Jr. on Tuesda. Mrs. Curtis Stover, Carlisle, Pa. was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro. Sunday visit- ors were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Zombro and children, Falls Chu- rch, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore and Susan and Duke Bender were i Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Stuckey, Leetown. Mr. S. W. Zombro reports he is enjoying his retirement. Mr. Zorn bro resigned as custodian of Shep herdstown High School on Jan. 1. Mrs. Donald Heinz, Mrs. John J. were recent visitors of Mrs. Edith Thomas and Mr and Mrs. Irvin Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Chapman, Gayle and Sonny, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore. Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rankin and family of Charles Town visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chopin and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son Larry of Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby were supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hoffmaster on Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hale and son of Washington, D. C. spent the week-end with Mrs. Hale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker of Charles Town visited Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby Sunday. Mrs. Ambrose will write her grandson's address. SP 4 Edward G. Gageby, RA 13804176 Site 046 32nd S. C. Det. APO 09~9 New York, N. Y. Many New Subscribers cently been added to our sub- scription lists for the ensuing year. The list is about evenly divi- ded between local and county res- idents and former residents who have moved and now reside else- where. The publisher is happy to welcome these new subscribers as readers of the home-town news- paper and hope that they will en- joy the paper throughout the coming year. Again, our sincere thanks to you each one. , much appreciation the large num. County Court ttouse, it was ann- ber of new readers who have re- ounced this week by W. W. Whitt ington, president. At this meeting committies will be appointed and plans made for the active operation of the associ- ation during the year 1966. All members and prospective mem- bers are urged to attend this meet County Democratic Assodation To Meet pa., were weekend guests of Mr. Stanley and Mrs. Robert Whit-visited Mrs Ruth Clegg and Mr. Add d To C and Mrs. George Cox. more visited Mrs. Ralph Border and Mrs. Welty and son, Saturday e irculation In Charles Town Jan. 18 Mr. and Mrs. George Benedum and Miss Leona Osbourne at night. AdD and daughter, Barbara, Harris- Homewood, near Hagerstown onI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- List Sprat- ocate Th~ Jefferson County Demo- burg, Pa. spent Saturday with Wednesday. t beam and family visited Mr. and cratic Association will' hold it's MmrS. W. B. Hammond. Mrs. Ham- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Curvey and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam in Mill- The Spirit of Jefferson.Advo- January meeting Tuesday evening ond was a guest of the Ben- daughters, Upper Mt. Claire, N. i ville. They are Robert's parents, cate wishes to acknowledge with Jan. 18 at 7:30 in the Jefferson ing so the leaders of the associat- ion can have your views on the planning and holding of social functions and other activities to improve the growth and effective hess of the association, Whitting- ton said. Shepherd Swimmers Upset Roanoke, Win Easily At Llmchburg The Shepherd College swim- ming team scored an upset and an easy victory on a two-day road trip into Virginia, Friday and CHARLES TOW:N, W. VA. 100 BEAUTIFUL COATS GO ON SALE TOMORROW AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES! Brisk casual smartly tailored styles for misses, junior petites! Fur trims, self trims tailored in wool-rayon 'cuff' tex. tures, polished wool zibelines or rich meltons. [~ fs:ln1fSi !Sex al 101tsilSf !iXlz tr sheet 1 o 68 pillow cases 42" x 36" .......... 2 for .81 fine combed cotton percales. 186 count* WIHTE twin 72" x 108" flat or Elasta-fit Sanforized bottom sheet full 81" x 108" flat or Elasta-fit Sanforized bottom 2.03 ~o I/ " pillow cases 42" x' oo ......... 2 for .99 Pastels and decorator sheets at reduced prices! * bleached and finished APLLY NOW! TODAY ! FOR YOUR PENNEY CHAIRGE CARD YOU CAN USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD IN 1700 CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND ALASKA -- GOOD FOR CASHING CHECKS. GET THE JACKETS YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT THEM LOW! LOW! JA(NUARY PRICES 13.88 17.88 1&88 21.88 MISSES SIZES 10 TO 18 IN WANTED COLORS PICK YOUR FAVORITE AND SAVE ! I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANI,ARY 13, 1966 Saturday. Coach Erwin Feiger's Ram swimmers upset the Roanoke Col- lege boys 50-45 on Friday and then went on to Lynchburg and scored an easy 59-36 victory Sat- urda). The victory over Roanoke was the first for Shepherd College in four years. The Rams trailed by a 45-43 score going into the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay. And with Roanoke's relay team head- ed by Jeff Seubal, one of the top sprint swimmers in the Mason- Dixon Conference, there was doubt as to whether Shepherd could win this event. But Fresh- men Bob Thibault, Bob Moore and Kon Koski and sophomore Doug Hood, did the trick. The three top scorers for Shep- LEWIS D. COMMISSIONER OF JEFFERSON Jan. 13-3-t. NOTICE TO ( To the Creditors and aries of the Estate of Lee ttoover. All persons having gainst the Estate of Lee ttoover, whether due or are notified to exhibit the with vouchers thereof, L verified to the undersigned, office in Harper's Ferry, Virginia, on or before 1966; otherwise they may, be excluded from all be[ said estate. All benefici~ ~said estate are notified I present on said date to herd were Freshman: Bruce Boy- their interest. er, who led the Rams with 11 -Given under my hand points; Paul Long, another Ram'day of January, 196. freshman, with a total of 7 3-4~L LEWIS D. points, and Thibault who had COMMISSIONER OF .~ 6 33-4 points. JEFFERSON The highlights of the Shepherd~, win over Lynchubrg were first[Jan" 13-3-t. places in the 400-medley relayi ~~ team of Hood, Long, Bill Valen-I tire and Koski along with indi- vidual wins by Bruce Boyer in 'To Observe 40thl the 200-yard butterfly and 200- yard individual medley; the 100- y S yard freestyl by Ron Koski; thehnniversar atul 500-yard free style by Dour Hood; the 50-yard freestyle by ------ Bob Moore and the 200-yard free- Mr and Mrs. Russell C style by Bob Thibault. ford," 213 North Fairfax The Rams now stand at 4-0 in yard, Ranson will observ~ the Mason-Dixon Conference and 40th wedding' anniversary 6-1 in the over-all seasonal mark. Saturday at their home. NOTICE~TORS Mr. and Mrs. Shackelford married in Hagerstown, Md. -- uary 15 1926 on a cold and To the Creditors and Benefici- January afternoon. Mr. Shl aries of the Estate of Robert N. ford said the afternoon he Whittington. his bride to be, the former All persons having claims a- Elizabeth Costello, started gainst the Estate of Robert N. for Hagerstown to get marl Whittington, whether due or not didn't know whether they are notified to exhibit the same get there and back it was sl with vouchers thereof, legally so hard. Both Mr. and verified to the undersigned, at my office in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, on or before May 20, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to protect their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd. day of January, 1966. LEWIS D. NICHOLS COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Gilbert E. Dodson. All persons having claims fi- gainst the Estate of Gilbert E. Dodson, whether due or not are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, on or before May 20, 1966; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to protect their interest. Given under my hand this 3rd. day of January, 1966. Shackleford are natives t~f! erson county, she being ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Costello. NO TIME LIMIT 'REE REPLAC! .GUARANTE Valley -Hardware West Washington Charles Town, W. PHONE 725-5113 ' [[ W I N T E R ' for bed ' - and bath. Stock up on a ,closet full. J [ ] S .......... LOW! LOW! 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[ Group 4 - 9.00 HURRY IN And SAVE 65 Dresses 4.00 2 for $8 2.88 3.88 88c 2 for 88c 2 for $7 9 for 3.99 | Formerly Priced To 14.98 Formerly 8 98 to 14.98 l~8"x25"x5~/z" twin full bath size face towel ~^,, A~,, _.'~ . ,~ ~,x 72" x 90" fits / finished size 4 for 88c cloths zo xz~ ~ln. size twin or full / AT THESE PRICES WOMENS ITEMS REDUCED FUR LINED GLOVES Were 4.00 WOOL KNIT GLOVES Were 1.29 FLANNEL SLEEPWEAR Were 2.98 FLANNEL SLEEPWEAR Were 3.98 17-JEWEL WATCHES Were 13.88 2-PIECE SKIRT SETS Were 7.98 NOW 2.00 NOW .88 NOW 1.88 NOW 2.4t NOW 10.00 NOW 4.00 I}OYS ITEMS REDUCED WINTER GLOVES WINTER GLOVES THERMAL UNDERWEAR SWEAT SHIRTS HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS DRESS SWEATERS DRESS SWEATERS DRESS SWEATERS FLANNEL SKIRTS KNIT SKIRTS FLANNEL NITEwEAR FLANNEL ROBES Were 3.00 NOW 2.00 Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 Were 1.59 NOW 1.00 Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 Were 2.49 NOW 1.50 Were To 7.98 NOW 4.00 Were To 5.98 NOW 3.00 Were To 3.98 NOW 1.50 Were 1.98 NOW 1.33 Were 2.98 NOW 2.00 Were 2.98 NOW 2.00 Were 3.98 NOW 2.50 G LS ITEMS REDUCED Winter GLOVES & MITTENS Were 1.00 NOW .50 HANDBAGS Were 1.00 NOW .50 KNIT HATS Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 WINTER SLEEPWEAR Were 2.98 NOW 1.50 SWEATERS Were 4.98 NOW 3.00 SWEATERS Were 3.98 NOW 2.00 BLOUSES Were 2.98 NOW 2.00 BLOUSES Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 S K I R T S Were 4.98 NOW 3.00 2-PC. SKIRT SETS Were 9.98 NOW 5.00 2-PC. 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