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Charles Town, West Virginia
January 20, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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10 -- YEARS AGO -- 10 an A. Hehle announce as c - e for Sheriff of Jefferson ty on Democratic ticket. Acme Market opens on Tues January term of Circuit t is underway as Grand indicts nine persons. Ran- Postoffice may be closed, es Town, Ranson stores will Saturday nights until 9 k. Polio Drive for funds in Wing with big variety show ed. A1 C. Nerhood, manager :nney Company store takes I to buy residence property '. and Mrs. Raymond Riddle-1 r on South Samuel Street. t .Y L. Sims guest speaker as q es Town Lions celebrate l THE WIN T. STRIDN CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown ;876-2683 lear better with ' Died: . Mrs. Emma Rebecca rHome Demonstration [ A special service 1 Rockenbaugh, widow of Wql~.~m Club Meet~ , |members of the congregations of Comparisons indicate that as I THTTRSDAY JAN[rARy 90 IQa~ B---5 Rockenbaugh at her home in Boll The Summit Point Home Dem- ]the five churches of the Jeffer- much as one-fourth pound add[t- I - "~ ' .' ........ - 7--~ ~"~- ional gain per d y is possible ~ ..... var. Hiram Edward 15oyer, z'e- onstration Club met on Thursday ]son .Charge, was held .on Sunda.Y ~ erent bulls~ lJy made several suggestions for, tired farmer of Summit Point. i v nin~ t th hem f Mrs Rob l evenmg at me ~aemoulst unurcn Calves from di e e .~a e eo . - .... Thomas E. Howell, age 65 yearsI ert Burch withnine members in ] m Summit Point. The speaker selections ! possible ways ot improving the I lr " ' ' ': ii in Bolivar. Mrs. Ellice Hardy atI attendance. In the absence of the ior the evening was l)ocmr oonn ] Performance tested bulls are i school hot lunch program. Mr. [ I1 II her home in Millville. Married:~ Bid nth m tin wa called Baxter Howes, protessor of Ru- pre e t e ee g s I . .. , available in many of the pure:Kelley, stated that he had re-I|| [1 Ice[yea a letter trom the ~arml [~ ~ o Miss Janis Simmons of Buckhan- 1 t,, order b- the vice-ores[dent ral Church Li~e at the wesley bred herds. ~" " ~" ..... Womens' Club in appreclatmn for ,~ -. _-.~_ - :~ :. ~ :- non, W. Va. to F. Dean NicholsI Mrs. William Kieldsing, who also Theological Seminary in Wash- the nice meal which the P. T.A. , ; son of Dr. and Mrs. Shirley Nich-I led the Devotions. At their con-mgtOn, D.C. Following the serv- SHENANDOAH IIhad served the club in October, ~1| ~ ; ~' E~_~t~ ~ ] 25th anniversary. Spirit-Advocate ols of Charles Town Miss Elsie lclusion the minutes of the last ice a social hour was enjoyed also he had received a letter from[ [I " ' begins sales on Martinsburg Mae Caldwalder to Mr. John W.] i ~ er ea and anvroved during which delicious refresh- ~ A~ ^~ | meet no w e r d .......... " I!1 Ikl~'lPIPtkll I Dr. Allara telling of a meeting[ [[ - .~ ~ [1 news-stands. New officers Jeffer- Allcott of Berryville, Va. N. D.[and a treasurer's reoort was ments were servea oy me lames son County Farm Bureau are ele- Lorenzo, retired merchant oflmade. Several items of business of thep . hurch, lliltlg./lllN [ on sanitation in food preparation[ |[ ~ I| ,w,,w==v,, /to be held at the Civic Center/II Ii cted with John S. Rissler re- / Charles Town, purchased "White / were discussed and plans were ~ =~'.,O".~oo~oa~'J'.~.A~ Miss Lillian Myers ] on Wednesday January 19th at [ 1[ /~~ || named as prseident. Charles Rocks", farm of 110 acres formert made to hold the February meet- rJll~l~l &|lm|l[]~[It Town High Schol has eigthy-sev- ly owned by J. P. Kearfoot at ing at the school when slides of r~~ ~r~.~ ".- "-*-- .... .... - " t 8 p.m. [ 11 ~ [1 .......... t There being no other business [ l| [I en seniors who are candidates Kearneysville. the Holy Land will be shown by m,,xnnsmwnu uulmm v oea,m of Mr: .LINK, .....~. [the meeting was adjourned and[ 11 JUUPING INT0 TBOUBLE [| for graduation in June. Mary Miss Shirley Macoughtry. At con- .... _ - _ -: xne many menas ot tar. Aaam / delicio-s r-f-"shments were -'-rv s l~ .... ~ Lynn Brown, member of the sen-[ 40 --- YEARS AGO -- 40 ] clUB[On of the business session n~ Link Sr., were grieved to learn of I ed' b/' Mr and Mrs CYrus YIo~er: [ |~ Wint~er sports and act[v- {[ [or class at CHS delivered her ] The Grand Jury in session in I the group participated in the dis- _ ..... ~ .... his death which occurred at his .. J '.. : . ~. . ~ "l II [ties increase the risk el [| essay on Americanism that won|Charles Town included George B./cuss[on of the evening s lesson, J." ~'~ ~avme, t;oumy ~x~enssonh,,~Omornin~,O,~ ~"~" ,~o~h, ~,.~,~,, I monsmr" andan~ ehfldren~rS" wm~reaof Washtng-l~am'/ |J|[ accidentyo~ re notrproperl~finjury" n-If [[ her first prize in the local Jay- Hoff R W. Dunawav J Ed "The Homemaker's Changing Age m .............. " ........... , ......... ~ " .... ~ ' i cees contest .... at the Kiwanis Club's Burns O'lin G Bush, C~I'. .13rownl Roles," the lesson leader, Mrs. ,~r'AK~:K~. ......... TAX tiutu~ P T ~"~,,"-,- ton spent Sunday with her par-I II su ed, you may be "jump- lI weekly dinner meeting at The- { Glenn Gardner, Lynn Grantham,[ ~[aris, Mvor~ hoincr unahle to t;op]es o/: me loot~ rarmers Tax ............. ~ I ,~,,t~ u,. ~.,n ~,o x .... n,,.,n / If ing into trouble" financi- II mas Jefferson Hotel. Mrs. Fran- E. C. Goldsborough, H. H. Hend- I ":7_'_'_"_:" ,_"'"_~-"' ",-':;_% :-_"-L__;~" Guide are still available at the The Junction P. T. A. held its .... ' ....... ' .......... ~ ""#"" / |1 ally. Beiore you set out on {| attena oecause oz tne ~cy conu- .. ......... re ular monthl meetin at the[ Mrs Ray Seal has returned that winter wsekend, ask cis Printz is named 1956 County dricks, W. F. Claybaugh, T. J.[ "" ~, ,~. .... .~. ~-,..,, .... ;.....,County J~xtensmn u~tlce Anyone g " Y g " , uonu~ ........... .... ~,,,~,,~,- ..... -: ... school house on Wednesday Jan homeafterhavmgbeenapatlent[ [t fordetailson~tnaLifes 1[ Heart Fund Chirman. Zion Epis- Burleigh, Jr., Herbert Engle, C.[journment a pleasant social hour caeslrmg a copy.snouia call .m uary 12th at 7:30 p. m. The pro-Jn Kings Daughters Hospital,[ 1] Accident Plan. II wa~ ~ztJU.y~;,...t uu~,z.~ w~zx zz ~tt;" copal Church elects five vestry- B. Clendenning, C. D. Eby and[ - "-"~'--'~" """~-~ --'~'~O" "~^ person at me ot~lce, ~'none zzo- gram began with a demonstration Martinsburg. tier marly .friends[ II II men at congregational meeting. ]Lyman Linson. [licious refreshments were served 5116 or write Box 109, Charles of the new tape recorder which are glad to know she ~s zmprov-[ T~r~ r~T#'~DT)'.~ T~ Charles Town Methodists haveI [by the hostess. Town. Hymnal Dedication at Sunday[ 60 .~ YEARS AGO--60 1 Miss Sallie Poston is confined r ar.mers and those that .pre- the P. T. A. recently purchased rag. | zz. ~. ~.~.~vx x~.~,~, for the school. Mr. Barr played Mz. and Mrs Rush Snyder and[Hill DaleSh --ain-- Center morning service. V. F. W. opens I Died: - At his home at Hall. I t, hot homo with a broken ankle pare income tax reports for tarm the tapes of the Christmas pro. children of Pittsburgh, Pa. visited| ~'~ ,,vv .............................. ers find the tax guide very help membership drive with big party./town, Thomas Butler Moore, forl suffered in a fall near her home . . " gram which the children present- [ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred| Phone ~25-~081 Brown Rissler and Ted Webster, ten years member of the County on Wednesday evening of last ~u~'m,~ ~r, .... ,~ ed for Christmas. t Snyder over the weekend. / long-time employees of Spirit of Court, age 75 years. J. Ross Trus- week. ,,~- ...... ~u~r, ~,,~ A business meeting followed I Mrs. lley Weller has been visit[ Insurallce, and Real Estate Jefferson-Advocate are made sell, in his 28th year near Char- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire ..... PR0,GRAM ..... with reading of the minutes of ing her sondn-law and daughter[ members of West Virginia vress ~o~ Town .laonh h R Mathona were recent supper guests at the winter monms prowae Jotter- the last meeting and the treasur- i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hough, in| [~~| .................................. home of their son and daughter- son County feeder calf producers ors report, Mr. Weller and Mr. Falls Church, Va., Mr. and Mrs., I /LLLLtti w.ASsclatinr~auway 50-year.ottlclaz c! speaKerN'- & for.~orf, oantyears ,fa Constablecharlo~ TownandTowna,o in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Che- a chance to appraise the 1965 calf Kelley volunteered to take charge i Hough are the parents of a son. } [~~ for meeting of Chamber of Corn- 3-~-v~r~ -X:Vh~a"t-w~ "~,'n'~a-%t shire, in Ranson and on Sunday crop. The producer can caculate of the FOunders Day program in IMrs. Hough is the former Miss, --------" merce Junior Woman's Club 8~ ~n- ......... ":-~ -'- ...... afternoon had as their guests Mr. the returns from the cow herd February. The Roy. Mr. Crady Marie Weller. I . :' ............ 5 ce ts per bushel, corn 45 cents launcHes Lltmroug arlve in cou ........... potatoes 60 cents, butter 25 cents and Mrs. Homer Haines, of Win- during the past year. He ean re- nty. Fantners lose to w~artznsourg a nnnnd and o~,~ 1R eontg a Her chester, Va. view weights and grade of calves. ~n basketball 50-43. Harpers For- en in Charlp~ Town J William Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and When you try to improve income ry tops Musselman 56-49 Shep- -': ............................children, Kenny and Pamela, of from your herd, it is always best ......... ..~. Rider was selected as County Charles Town were visitors on to start in those areas where [m- Hera t~olzege to De site oI ~mss . . - "B" Sectional" " Tournament on Commissioner for Harpers Ferry Sunday at the home of the let- provements can be made most .......... to succeed the late T. Butler ter's narents Mr and Mrs rapidly with the least expense. viarcn ~ ana z. tmaries Town dun Moore " ' " " [or tIigh cagers top Martinsburg " Aubrey Jenkins. If the calf crop did not meau- Juniors 18-15. W. P. C. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swisher re up to the desired quality stand writes about items in Legislature ~.~lg~.i~~~%~l@~l and children, Jimmy, Donnie and ards or make the desired gains, for Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate. Joyce and the former's mother, the producer should look care- Mrs. James M. Mason, 3rd talks Mrs. Owen Swisher, spent Sunday fully at his herd sire. It is usually NO I~IN~ to Dolly Madison Garden Club at visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis at the one bull's responsibility to January meeting. Mrs. Stuart Crim their home near Capon Bridge.sire the entire calf crop in most __ Jefferson ~ountv neras. , 20---YEARS AGO 20 K~~~'~g~g P.T.A. Meeting , . If the calf crop did not meet -- -"-'----" ---oLl~'ht .............. ,,r n~rkno~ The varent-Teachers ASSOcia-desired goals for grade and gain, _ JLL I_ I n ...... ,_ .~._ ,.,^ ^, c .... ;, tlon met at the school on Wed- it is important that the owner #~n e |1~ |, = P ~int~,= ~S~eit ~. ~.~ ~" ~.'"t'h; nesday evening of last week with look for a sire to improve future |1151r|I~ II~t~nl I~1~11 . o. t s stre t lzgms Hangs in t about twenty-five in attendance, crops He should not only con- ~m|u|a~ ,, u~||, ,~$i,, ~abasnCel~erAl~hUgpai~ateif 1~ In absence of the president, the sider'the calves he will sell, but "-- = I meeting was called to order by also the heifer calves that will be l , tre ,assessment, one. hundred per the vice-president, Mr. Harvey H. used as replacements. It is impor |H~U [cent cooperatmn, is necessary.m Kercheval and the Devotions tant to remember that one can't RANSON, W. VA. t)reaK even on me year;, ana..De- were lead by Mrs. Elwood Che- stand still in the cow and calf ~: ^.. [cause oz insulHcient, it naB shire. The minutes were read business The herd is either im- rrL-~at. Jan. zz-zZ I become neeecsary to aiscontinue and a"'~roved an da re'~ort was "rovin~ "-r :" :- e'i--:-- "n -"al . v~ v p ~; u z~ ~ ~ ppsz~, I qu - / 2--TECHNICOLOR HITS---2 the service of one light, made by the treasurer Several itv , Since this project was institut " ~" " items of business were discussed [ Clarence The [ .......... . . .. It is not too difficult to pur- ee more man ten years ago, ~uzzz ~ "aria arrangements were eompzet- [ ~.. ........11 T .^~.["'" '~oint "a su'~orted sixteen .......... chase a bull that will ~mprove toll ""~ ~- " ~ PP ea ior me alnner to oe servea to uture calves one grade m a herd ~jI-U~ ~" I~ll l~l f ALSO street hghts invarious parts of th~ ..................... ,qouth lroffor~on R,~rffsn ...... "~-'" Of [ me'- w'lzage. ~nese w-er-e z -'n-'alledst . Clue. ..... on. oanuary ~z. tins[Hess mating, predomlnately~S now proaucmg. "mediumCalves" ,graa, to ia / is letting you in on a , . .mls.. ers l areas recommended by the pew- beln~ dlsnosed of the s-eaker of ............ r~ her "Sonotone Wisp"$ ~ "vin aximum ~, r ~ average gooct. A Hera sire mat t~ aid. It's Sonotone's | P.- a Grande er compay as gz g a m the evening, Mr. T. A. Lowery, . ..... mi" u ex - will produce calves which will of hghtlng with a mm m of al , l{ghtest ever-- weighs [ '~ontinuous Shows Saturda,, / "wa slntroduced. Mr. Lowery ex- ma,..,~,:. ,,^~.^: ....... .,^~,_..., / "~ ~ [ pense The total charge for cur aln' t r e x,~a,, ~,xux~=~taue ~ta,u- Y ff an ounce. It's a wisp "pl ed to he g cup th proposed a " " FROM 3:30 P.M. . . rds andalso make rapid gums a hearin~aid worn entirely / ! rogram for school expansion in rent to operate these hghts Is the ear. Women hide it with | ~ | $355.20, or $21.60. per light per the county and responded to ~O'-~"-- ~Url, men just tuck it in place.You have trouble under~, |. ONE P M ONLY~ ~year. To meet this, car-~questions in regard to it after mdinz others, make a hear- ~l ~,~t . ~ "~. _ ",~ jry-over tor emergencies, it is nec- which the meeting was adjourned I To the Creditors and Beneflel- dat~with-- [ wapl;aln ~lnDaa |essary to have fifty-one su~scrlo- and delicious refreshments were l aries of the Estate of Meta L. ~O N OlrO N ~ | IN COLOR |ers each paying $7 a year, or enjoyed. .I Melvin, deceased. DM 25c about 59 cents a month for this, 1 n avln mm | CARTOONS--GIFTS- A . [ ........ I Mr and Mrs Robert Light and[ A 1 perso s h g cl" s a- -service "me cHurcHes aria c~vzc ,_il~" "-" -:" ...... 'gainst the Estate of Meta O N O T O N E | Sun..Mon.-Tues.----Jan. 2.~51 or amzationsof the'" " communitv' en uren, Koooy aria l~lnoa, naa I L " 7':'24"2-I~U 'oor~ twoozt ese::-g---':------"-Zh:=--s~--=-~'7:'-~'-treetl~nts as their dinner guest on Sunday Melvin, deceased, whether [ Giant Laugh & Horror ~now | PP ..... g.. a friend and former neiahbor doe or not, are notified to exhibit Of Hagerstown [-T.~,,~.~al ,t~ T-l~-fiv'~ | annuau.y; .me remainaer are me Mr James Warren of Hagerman: same, with the vouchers thereof, I / ~.,t,~...a ,.~ ~,~,..~j ~,I responszomty oz everyone in me Tn~'~., ~,. ur ........ ~,,., ~ ..... le~allv verified to the undersi~n- :0y R. FURR, Manager | Laughing 20 s '[ community.. The assessments iciated with the Federal Fish ed, at his office in the Citizens wnlcn are m arrears are un 1 i South Potomac Street [ ALSO -- IN COLOR [ .......... " Hatcheries arrived here on Sun Office Bui d ng, Charles Town, / ~ uouotemy an overslgnt, anti lm. , " "" , , , West Virginia, on or before the day morning and will spend the Hagerstown, Md. Black Sabbath mediate payment of these, and of 6t~ a .... , T .... ,ca,,. .,,he,. " nex 11 ue~j Ul ~.u~ ~o~9 ~t, za~,.~" Phone Hagerstown With Boris Karloff the 1966 assessments, would be . ~ two months at the Hatchery wise the'- ma", b" law be exclud- C" REgent 3-3242 Or [ STARTS WED: 'q'HE YELLOW,,| mltteegreatly )nappreciatedchar e of bYkeethem corn-the mnL~e~~V:mil-M~eandy re reM~lSenwar~s oz ed from #all b~ne~it of'said estate. lmrles Town 725-5391 | ROLLS ROYCE '[ ." " " g . P" g Summit Point while the for'~er All beneficiaries of said estate - l U I street lights in operation "' o ma a ear n or before stud day - I II " was a trainee at the Leetown Y PP PEOPLES MIX 0 CUSTOM MIXING FOR LOW COST.,. let us mix your milking ration! WE ARE EQUIPPED 'TO GRIND-- STEAM ,CRIMP-- GRIND- MIX-- YOUR GRAIN ---DELIVER IN BULK OR BAG -- DAIRY. BEEF. HOG. POULTRY - HORSE Why mess with 01d-fashi0ned paintF New is clean, easy, and quick[ ~Lucffc" Wall Paint is the modem way to paint. Eliminates stirring and thinning, avoids dripping or spattering on furniture or clothes, leaves the room ready or use the samo day. 22 ie ely deeorafor ee/ore, ready for use Peoples Supply Phone 725-2002 Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725.2002 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. hatchery. Also visiting at the Light home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley and chil- dren, Mill[e, Peggy, Charlotte Anne and Jay, of Berryville. Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Larue of Rippoia. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Snyder at "West Shen- stone" were the latter's brothers- in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hatfield and children, Sherry and Jay, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis, her brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Russell and children, Rusty and Karen, all of Falls Church, Va., and her father, Mr. John Russell of' Berryville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stocks and children, Tommy and Katie, were recent dinner guests at the home of the latter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish. Visitors over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs_. Allen GLassford were the latter s broth- er, the Reverend Clarence Me- to examine said claims and other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 4th day of January, 1966. MARK B. WETZEL COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 6-34. of Tunnelton. NOTICE TO CREDITOR8 To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Wilder C. Wilson, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Wilder C. Wilson, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhib|t same, with the wuchers thereof. legally verified to the tmderslgn- ed, at h~s office in the Citizens Of~iee Building, Charles "~own, West Virginia, on or before the 6th day of June 1968; other- wise they may, by law, be exclud- ed from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to exahiine said claims and other. wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 4th near and daughters, Linda and Esther and Mrs. Dorothy Du-day of January, 1966. frasne and daughter, Marie, all MARK B. WET~EL COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 6-34, NOTICE TO ~D~RS ...... ..-.--. To the Creditors and Beneficia- ries of the estate of CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA ROWE, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of ithe said Charotte Virginia Rowe, deceased whether due or not, are no~ied to exhibit same, with th~ Vbu~her thereof lega}!y verified, to the underfed his office at io4 W. Congress St., Charles Town, West Virginla, on or before the 6th day of July, 1966; other- wise they may be by law excluded from all benefR of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 6th day of January, 1966. T. W. STEPTOE Comndssioner of Accounts Jefferson County Jan. U -3-t. Miss Barbara Shull, or Arling- !ton, Va., spent the past weekend visiting at the home of her moth- er, Mrs. Thomas Shull and family. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens and daughter, Tracey LyRn, of Alex- andria, Va., were visitors on Thursday and Friday at the home of the form~r's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady-D. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Magaha and sons, John and Gene, of "Champaign" were recent dinner guests at the home of the for- mer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slaughter and family in Charles Town. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Stuart Crim at "Monte View" on Wednesday evening of last week were their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and children, Libby, Scotty and Susan of Charles Town and Miss !Shirley Macoughtry, the occasion being the celebration of Mrs. natal anniversary. at Method t Church' 0 That's right...instal it anywham in yc ar home because it requires no vents or flues. And for a limited time only, you'll receiva a free standard electric installa- tion. ~ don't delay,.,act now and have all the hot water you'll ever need, See yem, eleetekal appiluee doatee ee eleetrkM osteactoe sowl Free installatlon availab,, tO P.~- S~tem r,~tomer$ only ~'lroM