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l ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN People, pots In The News.! By Mrs. Marianna Smallwood -- Phone 725-5707 W. S. C. S. Meeting Evangelical United Bretheren Eight members of the Kable- Church and presenting the work town W. S. C. S. met Wednesday of the women of the church. This at/7:30 January 12th at the home was an interesting and verym- - of Mrs. Oral B. Hughes for the formative article illustrating the similarily of the work being done in both churches. One interest- ing fact recorded is that Philip William Otterbein, the second pastor of the E. U. B. Church and first meeting of the New Year. Due to the absence of our presi- dent, Mrs. Robert, Sowers, the meeting was called to order by Mrs. C. D. Boyer vice-president. The program lesson on "The EUB Story" was used introducing the II Ill Illllll who is known as the human foun ~der of this church assisted at the Ordination of Francis Asbury, a i leader of the Methodist Church in the New World and that these two men shared a remarkable friendship throughout the years. The hymns "Lead On 0 King Eternal" and "O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing" were used. ScriptUre reading from the Bible were Romans 12: 1-5; Math 28: 18-20; I Peter 2:9, 10a; Luke 4: 18-19. Mrs. C. S. Reckley led the group in a prayer. Following the devotions, min- utes of the December meeting were read and accepted. The fin A good start ancial report was given and birth day dues were paid. Following! :an save the business session announce- ments were made to remind mem lots of bumps bers of the covered dish supper " and public auction to be held in BEAST, gorilla Samson at Mil- waukee zoo, seems to appreciate Beauty at right, namely-- March; the monthly meeting will We specialize in giving our be held at the home of Miss Mar l~olicyholders any help they garet Ware, Charles Town in Feb tion" in Israel. need in choosing insurance ruary with Mrs. C. D. Boyer as for their home., . car. ,. leader of the lesson "Strangers business. We'll be glad to give No More." Following adjourn- you a complete property ment and the benediction, the insurance checkujp. Call us hostess served delicious refresh- .,. today ments. During the social hour a pink elephant auction was held which proved enjoyable as well as a financial success. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Heskett Mrs. Robert Bush, Miss Sue Ellen Bush and Mrs. 'Clarence Small- Wood with Mrs. Thomas Wolford as visiting member, represented the Kabletown Church Sunday night in the Summit Point Metho dist Church where Dr. John Bax- ter Howes, Professor of Rivial PHONE 725-2211 Church Life at Wesley Seminary Washington, D. C. was the speak- by Mrs. C. S. Reckley, pianist visitors of the latters' parents, er of the month. He made a very presented two numbers which Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tumblin. impressive and informative add- added much to the service. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and ress which was interspersed with Mr. C. D. (Bill) Mercer receiv- daughter, of Charles Town, were Ir .... -- _ many humorous illustrations, ed a telephone call'this past week Sunday visitors of the former's I I I I I The Junior Choir accompanied from Charles W. (Bunny) Red- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles mond who was recently inducted Wiley and family. .................... into the armed services. He re- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jenkins ports that he has joined the and son, Brent. of the Bloomery, Marines. were recent visitors of the latter's Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dil- entertained to a dinner Sunday low and sons. honoring her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and 104 E. Washington St. - Charles Town Mrs. Homer Kees, Gerrardstown, family, of Middleway, were Sun- on their thirty-seventh wedding day visitors of fhe latter's moth- anniversary and her paternal er, Mrs. Mary Cline. DIAL 725-7321 grandmother, Mrs. James Kees Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were . "%~ ........ .... Gerr~dstown on-her eighty,even recent callers of the latter's par- ~ th birthday. Besides the three ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wagor Penwell honored guest, Mrs. Blanche Par- and family at Charles Town. kinson, the latter's daughter was Mrs. Eida Barr and son, Tim- also present. In the afternoon Mr my, of the Bloomery, were recent and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson, dau visitors of her mother, Mrs. Let- ghter Jacque of Front Royal, Va. tie Ott and family. i I . J were callers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Writt, of Mrs. Milton Popkins left Mort Brunswick, Md., were recent visi. day for Charleston where she tors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall plans to remain for several weeks Tmublin. in a clinic to be fitted Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were for artificial limbs. Her address recent visitors of the former's will be State of W. Va. Rehabili- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert tation Division. State Board of Viands and family at the Bloom- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and family. Mr. Quinton ott has been on the sicR list: We wish him speedy recovery. Our sympathy goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Johnny) Grove in the death of their son. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son Chuckle of Dargan, Md. were Sunday guests with the for mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were buests on Sunday, afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Longerbeam and family in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children of Brunswick, Md. were guests on Sunday with the for- mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter Christine were visit ors with Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Mannings on Saturday evening. Mrs. Howard Cogle has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son Chuckle of Dargan, Md. Mrs. Jean Whitehair and sons were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and dau ghter, Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children were callers with Mr. and Mrs. David Staubs and Mrs. Hazel Danner on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son Mark were visitors on Thursday morning with Mrs. Dav- id Brackett and family in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and son were guests with their par- ents; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cogle and family in Mannings. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart were guests recently of Mrs. Harry Armstrong and family in Mt. Mission. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Recuperating at Home Mrs. George Griffith has re- turned to her home after being a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. She is recu- perating after undergoing obser- vation. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and three children, Michael, Pat, and Sara Kaye, of Round Hill, Va., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Margaret Payne. Recent visitors a the apartment of Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe were Miss M. Estelle Gibson and Mrs. Gilbert Perry, of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Irvin Moreland, of Middle- way. Mrs. Byron Morton and daughter, Miss Frances Lee Morton and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Notice To Owners Of The Buildings Or Dwellings Described Below: the new FURNACE eliminates need for ordinary chimney! Here's low-cost, automatic gas heat for closed-in porches, breezeways, garages or any .room in the house. It pins right on the wall, takes practically no space at all and it's vented through the wall. If you're handy, it's as easy to install as a .gas Vocational Education, Charleston ery. I W. Va. 25305. Mr. Sammy Oden and daugh- ters, Tammy and Sherry, of the[ You, and each of you, are here- General and Mrs. Pleas Blair Bloomery, were recent callers of by notified that investigation has Rogers of Hawthorne Dale Farm Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. been made by the enforcement are on a months vacation visiting Mrs. Pauline Ott and niece, agency of the the Corporation of relatives in Dallas, Texas and Lisa Oden and Mrs. Nellie Oden Charles Town, report made to the others enroute, were shoppers in Winchester, Mayor, and his recommendation Mr. M.L. Adams Sr. and son, Va., on Saturday. made to the City Council, for Charles, Rippon and Mervin Our deepest sympathy goes out each of the structures described Roderick were among those who to Mrs Joseph Speck for the below, as required by law, and attended the Farm Show on Wed death of her husband. Mr. Joseph that Monday, February 7, 1966, at nesday in Harrisburg, Pa. On Fri 7:30 P. M, o'clock has been set day these local boys, Jimmy Grey Speck. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. as the date and hour for hearing Riley Thompson, Wayne Hill, Frank Bell and family were Mr. or for you to show cause, if any, Terry Rowland and Chubby Seal, and Mrs. Johnny Breckett and respectively, why said buildings, all members of the F. F. A. Organ family and Mrs. Nellie Breckett or any of them should not be ization of the Charles Town High of Hamilton, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. demolished at the expiration of School attended the Fair along Larry Magaha. of near Charles ten days thereafter, for being with other boys and Mr. Frank Town, Mrs. Philip Oden and unsafe, unsanitary, dangerous or Hill, driver of the bus. daughters, Lisa and Marsha. deterimental to public welfare, Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes Nancy Pennington. of Hagers. and if not then done by you, then spent Sunday afternoon recently town, Md., is spending several by the town at your expense. Such hearing will be held at the regu- with hei:'~fiibt~er~ Mrs. Gilbert days with. Mr. and Mrs. Billy lar Council meeting in the Cou. Cadwalder of near Boyce. Va. Viands. Mrs. Joe Carroll of Charles Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt, of ncil Chambers, second floor of Town spent several days with Chestnut Hill were recent visi- the Charles Washington Hall, in Miss Laura White. Charles Town, W. Va., on said On Sunday Jan. 2nd Mr. James ORDER OF PUBLICATION date and at said hour. Grey of near Luray was striken ~ Said structures are designed on with a heart attack and was ad- CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFER- the land books in the Assessor's mitted into the Luray Hospital SON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Office as follows, to-Wit: (all at where he is showing improve- Contee M. Dorsey Plaintiff present being unoccupied): ment. His brother-in-law and sis. v NUMBER ter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins Gracie P.D.orsey Defendant PURt~RTED OWNERS visited him and Mrs. Grey Sun- Civil Action No. 777 1985 Bldg. ASSE~MEINT day January 9th. 1. (The object of this suit is tO (1) 406 S. Charles St. Susan Mercer attended a sur- obtain a divorce ~rom the bonds Joseph W. Parrott Est. prise party Friday night honoring of matrimony.) $S00.00 Dianne Alger of Charles Town on To the Above Named Defendant: (2) 431 S. Lawrence St. her birthday. It appearing by a affidavit fi'~,i Charles Ro~s, et al, in this action that Gracie P. r or- $1300.00 ~:~r7:.~g~.:7:.~:~..'::;~L.,~ sey is a non-resident of the ;tate (3) 104 Weiriek St. of West Virginia, it is ',ereby Rosa Brown ordered that Gracie P. 9orsey $400.00 serve upon F. J. Beckwi ~ plain, (4) 106 Weirick St. Mrs. Pauline Oft tiff's attorney, whose ~dress is Patterson ,. ~:~. .~... ...., .,,, ~,:.,. .~.~ ..~:~;~ ..~ Citizens Office Building, Charles $705.00 ~'~:~'::"~i:~::~';~;~t~:~*~'~ Town, West Virginia, an answer (5) 568 Eagle Avenue Mrs. Margaret Hostler has pur- including any, related counter Martha Thornton chased a 1966 Chevrolet. claim or defense you ~ay have $700.00 Mr. and Mrs. J~mes Fritts, of to the complaint filet' this act- (6) Bldg, in rear of 322 and 324 Charles Town, were last Sunday ion on or before Fe~ aary 7, 1966 E. Wasl~. St. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. If you fail to do .o, thereafter Delores Heffener Hinckle Lester Ott. judgment upon , oper hearin~ (7) 628 Mordington Ave. clothes dryer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and and trial, may~,~ taken agains~ Kate Wasliiligtoa family, of Middleway, were Sun- you for the r .cf demanded in $500.00 day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Merle the complain~ (8) Hessey St. Oden and family. A copy of ~id complaint can be Lessie Luckett Est. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn, Jr., obtained ff,m the undersigned $1000,00 FAIRFAX BLVD. PHONE 725-2921 of Stiles Trailer Park were Sun- Clerk at t r office. I (9) 802 Harewood Ave, V :'" [ day visitrs f the latter's par" i Enter~ bY the Clerk f said i Carr (r Brwn) prperty~ ---S PERTANE GAS - ents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott Court ,nuary 3, 1966. I MAYOR AND CiTY COUNCIL INIA and daughter, Kathy. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN OF THE CORPoRATION OF CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRG Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiltshire CLERK OF COURT CHARLES TOWN -and on, illville, were recent Jan 6 3.t. Jan. 6-3-t. Morton, Jr., of Elizabeth, N. J.,, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Brown, Underwood Road, Rolland Park, Baltimore, Md., Mr. Thomas New- man, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Rob- ert Newman. Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Light, of Summit Point, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were Friday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd. Chuckle and Martha Adams spent the weekend with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and family, of Ber- ryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckett and family and Mrs. Homer Wood moved last week from Mr. Harry Heskett's farm to Mr. Calvin Nic- odemus' farm. Sund~y guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Chamblin and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wiley, of Berryville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mercer, of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- mus were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Renner and family, of Shenan- doah Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden and family who have been living in an apartment in Baltimore, Md., moved the first of the week to Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and family, of Ranson, were Sun- day afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family were Cunday after- noon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puckett and family and Mrs. Homer Wood. ! For Clean And Use Triple-Refined TI And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 Men's Jackets Boys J'ackets Ladies Coats Childrens Coats NOW ALL 'OVER THE STORE Shop Today And Everyday At IN CHARLES 'TOWN Always Plenty Of F-R-E-E PARKING For Our Customers At Rear Of Store Due to the fact the farm has been sold, I will sell at the farm, located 1 mile South of Summit Point, W. Va., 7 miles North of Berryville, Va., off of the road leading from Summit Point, W. Va. to Berryville, Va., watch for Sale Signs on: SATURDAY, JANUAIRY 29, 1966 Sale Beginning At 10:00 A. M. IHC-300 utility tractor; 2-12 inch 3-point Hitch plows; Manure loader; Scraper blade; Feed carrier; IHC Side delivery rake with P.T.O.; Super C tractor with 2-12 inch bottom plows; Cult- ivators; Corn planter; Tractor seed sower; 7 ft. Disc harroW; 2-20 tooth Wood frame harrows; New Idea single row corn picker; New Holland 67 baler with P.T.O.; 9 ft. Pulxerizer; 20 f/- Grade auger; 30 ft. Hay and Grain conveyor; IHC manure spreader; 2 Rubber tire wagons with grain head; 10-7 IHC grain drill; New Holland Hammer Mill; Cement mixer; 20 ft. Drive- shaft with Pulley; some shop tools and farm tools; David Bradley rotary;David Bradley garden tractor. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 3 Magnet milking units; Pipeline and Compressor for 20 cowS; Stainless ste~l wash-up tank; Gas heater. 1,000 Bales of orchard grass hay; 1,000 Bales of oats straW; Approximately 20 tons of corn silage. A Lot Of HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until paid for. A. B. ASHWOOD W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Jan. 20-2t- G. E. Appliances The undersigned representatives of the National Lutheran Home for Aged acting for Misses A. Ruth and Grace L. Link will sell at Public Sale at the Link residence located on the corner of Prospect Avenue and Church Street, Shepherdstow~, West Virginia. OM Dominion Appliance Co. Phone 725-2811 W. WASHINGTON ST. Charles Town, W. Va. ,! Amofftl'l |ttttl weshor, the A leou oln affo~k $3.00 Per Week SATUI DAY, JANUARY 29, 1.966 Sale Beginning At 11:00 A. M. AN QUE FURNITURE Cherry loveseat; Cherry extension table; Walnut chest of drawers; Walnut dresser; Cherry blanket chest; Walnut bedside stand; See. wahmt stands; Marble top walnut stand; Sev. small old mirrors; Walnut jewelry box; 3 old Straight-back chairS; 4 Matching old chairs; Other straight-back and rocking chairS; Several converted oil lamps; Silverware-some sterling; Silver tea service; Silver ice holder; China and glassware; BraSS candle holders; Brass bowl; Brass kettle; Stone pitcher and jars; Old weaving loom; Wing chair; Wooden bed; Old pie safe; Ironstone bowl and pitcher; 2 Powder horns. MODERN FURNITURE 2 Double beds, complete; 1 Iron single bed; 3 Dressers; white sewing machine; Small desk; Studio couch; ltat rack; Magazine_ rack; Umbrella holder; Straight-back and rocking chairs; 3 Over.stuffed chairs; Some rugs; Glass tray; 2 Card tableS; Pictures and picture frames; Books and book ends; Clothes hamper; Composition wardrobes; Wooden bed; Bed and table linens; China and glassware; Book rack; Kitchen stool; Jard" ineer; Serving tray; Gltdder and 2 Lawn chairs; Kitchen droP" leaf table and chairs to match; Floor mats; Porch screenS; Kitchen utensiles; Kitchen utility table; Frigidaire refrigerator; Electric stove; 3, Burner Perfection oil stove; Small oil heater; Coal Heatrolla; 3 Oil Heatrollas; 2 Coal heaters; 2 Coal hodS; Washing machine; Wash tub; Flower pots; Glass jars; Level and plane; Electric fan; Electric clock; Other articles too nu~" erous to mention. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Stanley E. Eye CIL RLES TOWN Roy. John Grissinger INC. Acting l)or Misses A. Ruth & Grace L. Link 114 Nprth Charles Street Auctioneer: EDWARD (Ned) MORROW CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Clerks: MOORE & MOORE Jan. 20-2t-