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day afternoon visitors of the for- 25.00; plain to medium steers, Sechrist, who also operate the many years as the outstanding [ THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 B---7 mer's brother, Mr. Edward Ry- 20.00 to 23.75; choice butcher Shepherdstown Lumber and Coal ..... _ "Public Sale medium" for this l ~ ~---=- - ---- man and Miss Juanita Ryman. heifers, none; good butcher heir- Company. .... B~n$ ]n Th~ Issue area as Tel! as numerous other [possible for this interesting fea- _ Miss Dorothy Lake Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason, of ers, 21.00 to 23.00; plain to medi- At the present time the store ~!~-_,..o~ e~.-:.-e~."..~,.~e~ .~...-.~.:4 Charles Town, were Tuesday um heifers 16.50 to 20.00; good is open from 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 ~ @_.*_,JL IJ .... L. nearD.yp(~ms. There is no cnarge[ture carried annually in this news [ ~.~,~ff~~ evenm~ supper guests of Mrs. bulls, 20.00 to 21.50, plato to me- p. m., Monday through Saturday. U| ~U|II'||'~UVOf~d|C ior Ilsun~, your sam aam m me[,a,,er [ ~t,o~Aw**z" "~ ,er Guests iamie Wiltshire dium bulls, 17.00 to 19.75; corn- Miss Brenda Colleen Hofe, dau r calendar and you can either call|~ ~" " [ ~,.arv~~~ nday dinner guests of Mr. ~ Mrs. Leonard ~iands, Jr., and, mercial cows, 15.50 to 16.50; util- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene The Public Sale Calendar, long 1 in or mail us your dam or better [ _ - -~-- [ b fc~''~J"~ Mrs. James Lilla and sons Mrs. John D'Angelo were Wed- ity cows, 14.00 to 15.00; canners Hofe, and Ronald Lee Breeden, one of the many features of the !yet, g!ve it to your auctioneer or [Read ~e ~]flt-~v~[e] ~..~~_.L* Mr. and Mrs. William Mer- nesday visitors of Mrs. Dick I and cutters, 13.75 down; cows by son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Breed Sprlrit" of Jefferson-Advocate, be-'l sam ....... cmrk to lis~ with us. use the [ [ ~.~,'~. A~-~ and daughter, Joyce of Ka- D'Angelo the head, none; stocker and feed- en, were married in the parson. .... puouc sale camnoar whenever ~n, Mr and Mrs. William Sunday" visitors of Mr and Mrs er steers, 23.00 to 26.50; stock age of Church of God, Antietam gms m this issue of the news-Ivou can We are always ~lad to l,-~ -,, ,,~ , c, ~ ] ~/~"J"~---"~'- ,h, Sr., of Bakerton, Mr. and I J T Lonuerbeam were Mr and [ heifers and bulls by the head, up Maryland on January 7, with the paper. The Spirit of Jefferson-get any" and as many" dates as ] (~O TO (jlluren ~unaay ] Carl Shenk, of RanSon, Mr. t Mrs." Frankie Longerbeam" and tt 150.00. ....... Reverend Harold C. Beck prefor .................. l~i~~l~ Mrs George Itough and i daughters, Tracey and Robin, of] ~nolce ~o prime calves, ~'l.uo to sing the ceremony, iih hter, Kathy, of Bolivar, Mr. Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Bob ton- 40.50]__gd butcher calves, 33.00 Larry Carper, Shepherdstown, Mrs. William Hough, Jr., gerbeam and children, Tommy, to ;~.Ta; me~jum ou~cner craves, was the best man with Mr Breed sons, Randy and Timmy, of Linda, Kathy and Diana, of En- 29.00 to ~z.va; min^c~ves, .:z~;~a en's sister, Miss Vickie Breeden, :on. gle, Mr. Granville Longerbeam aown; heavy catves;zu.~ m za.~. as the maid of honor. IN Otto Rvman and nau~hter and children, Clayton, Granville, l samos, chose, ~u.m; lam~s, The couple, both from Shep- .... Jr and Fare and Mr and Mrs [meatus, za.~a; ou~cner ewes, a.uu herdtown, will reside with the Harry Longerbeam ancl children: to 13.00; stock ewes per head, bride's parents. CHARLES TOWN Randy and Donna Jean, of Harp- riG: butcherho s 2900 to Mrs. Bessye Marshall returned ers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Norman d g, . from Sykesville, Maryland, where James and Mrs. Douglas Kelican/29.80; mediumbutcher hogs, she visited Mr. and Mrs. Ham- and children, Sandra, Brenda, 127.75 to 28.75; heavy butcher mond Staley for a few weeks. Kevin and Dickie, of Bolivar. ! hogs, 24.00 to 26.00; butcher sows, The Shepherdstown American Legion Auxiliary meeting was REGISTER NOW! "WIN-A-CHARGER" SWEEPSTAKES ~ae in, see our fabulous new ~baek---new leader of the ~tge Rebellion --- CHARGER! hile you're here---let us sign t~ up in our big "Win-A. ~arger,, Sweepstakes! H o w eky can you get? _,ENDENING MOTORS, Inc. E. WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-2096 ~IARLES TOWN, W. VA. San. 6.3t- YOU CANNOT BUY A BETI'ER HEATING OILTHAN HEATING OIL .The premium-quality heat- nlg oil that is economioal, and super-clean burning I Mr. and Mrs. George HelmanI of Randallstown, Md., spent the: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and son, Denny and Mrs. Lula Ranalli. Mrs. Mamm Wiltshire, Mrs. Mary Wiltshire and Mrs. Bud Stuart were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayn e Mason, of Charles Town, on Sunday. Mrs. James Lilla accompanied Mrs. Bill Hough, of Bakerton, and Mrs. Carl Shenk of Ranson, to Winchester, Va., on Saturday. Recent visitors of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire were Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley and son, of Win- chester, Va., Mrs. Pittman Rus- sell, of Williamsport, Md.,: Mrs. Marguerite Himes of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Shirley, of Wades- ville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelican and children, Jackie, Vivian and Ricky, of Ranson, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican. Mr. Bob Longerbeam, of Engle, and Mr. J. T. Longerbeam mo- tored to Winchester, Va., on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cooley and daughter, of Hyattstown, Md:, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Dick D'Angelo and Mrs. Thelma Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Viands, Jr., and sons, of Charles Town, RFD, were Sunday evening vis- itors of Mr. Tony D'Angelo and Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Angelo. Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, Jan. 17, 1966. Receipts of all' classes moder- ate, with a good demand for all number 1 hogs and prime calves. .Features of sale vere hogs top, 29.80; calves toy; 0:.50. Choice butcher steers, none; NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate Of Robert N. Whittington. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Robert N. Whittington, 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 FOR QUICK DELIVERY, CALL be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of --, ~l~Uono 725-7510 said estate are notifid to be Present on said date to protect their interest. OIL ~.AJ., INC. Given under my hand this 3rd. DISTRIBUTOR day of January, 1966. LEWIS D. NICHOLS COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS BY THE lOth Iellf A FULL MONTH'S RETURN I To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Gilbert E. Dodson. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Gilbert~. 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 lhw 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 CO1WMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3-t. OF FACT, why not month? (Those profits add up, you per annum current rate & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. ItAGERSTOWN, :M.D. @ Dial RE 9-1001 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici. aries of the Estate of Lee Francis Hoover. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of Lee Francis Hoover, 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. LEWIS D. NICHOLS COM~MISSIoNER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3-t. 20.10 to 22.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 27.00 to 30.00; shoats per hundred, 37.00 down; pigs per head, up to 18.00; boars, 22.00 down; sows and pigs, up to| 217.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 A.M.Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Each Monday Mrs. Floyd Simons Mrs. Frank Simons and son Mark, Mrs. William Honk and Miss Dorothy Bowers spent last Tuesday in Winchester, Va. Shop ping. __ . Sager's Store Closea The Sagers grocery store was closed to the public Monday morn ing. This store will be missed by many a person. Sager store has served this community for many years under the Sager's name. Mr. Sager is employed in Washington, D. C. We wish him much success in his new employ- ment. Mrs. Avis Grim and Mrs. Floyd Simons spent Tuesday in Front Royal and Winchester, Va Mrs. Fred Landers and Mrs. Charles Mason were in Martins- burg Monday visiting their optom etrist in that city. Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Snyder and family visited his mother and brothers family Mrs. Ray. mond Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Snyder and family, Boll vat, Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Stine of Springfield, W. Va. was supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd on Wednesday. Mrs. Daisy Denver had as her guest for the weekend Mrs. Cot. nelia Heck of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Wanda Ring and daughter ~nt Friday with her mother h's. Lee Brown. Luncheofl guest on Thursday of Mrs. Helen Boyd was Mrs. oan Joseph, Mrs. Dorothy Evans and Mrs. Sward. Visitors at the home of the Lee Brown's were Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Berk eley Custer and daughter, Mrs. Anna Brown of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley of Leetown. Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Roby and sons were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and family on Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Fellers and family were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd on Sunday to help Mrs. Boyd celebrate her birthday. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Scott of Bolivar called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons Saturday evening. Mrs. Rosie Roderick of Kable- town visited her mother Mrs. Esau Grim Tuesday morning. Mrs. Bertha Simons visited Mrs Laura James Friday morning, Mrs. James has been ill for the past week. Wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. Bill Bentz, Alexandria, Va. spent the week-end with his mo- ther Mrs. Louise Bentz, Bentz returned home with her son to spend a week with him and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stickles and family of that city. Mrs. Floyd Simons called on MrS. Elsie Maye and Mrs. Mabel Perks Friday Mr. Parvo, Ave. dismissed early into the meeting Monday January 17, 1966 because of lack of presence. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lynwood Wiltshire February 16, 1966 at 7:30 p. m. Funeral services for Dr. F. Daniel Suttenfield were held at Trinity Episcopal Church in Shep herdstown last Monday, January 17, with the Reverend George Johnston, rector of the church, officiating. Dr. Suttenfield was buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery that afternoon. CHILDS 'SHOES Boys or girls styles in lace or slip on styles that were to 6.99. WOMEN'S SHOES Loafers and flats that were to 6.99 in misses and ladies sizes. MEN S SHO S Clearance of lace and loafer styles that were to 9.99. Most all sizes. BOYS SHOES Clearance of lace or loafer tyles in sizes to 6. Were to 7.99. 99 ROSEN'S ARE OPEN EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT TILL NINE n / l immmmml i ! :!:!:j/: BY BUCKY MORROW Exams at Shepherd College be- gan last Friday January 14, 1966 and will carry over to Thursday January 20, 1966. Shepherdstown High School had their examiner- ins last week on January 10, 11, and 12. The Shepherdstown Red Cross Chapter will hold First Aid Cou- res starting Tuesday January 25, 1966. Persons interested in taking this course including the prosPec rive ambulance personnel are in- vited. If you want to register please contact D. Lee Morgan or Miss Rosmary LYric. The Shepherdstown Chapter of the U. D. C. met at the home of Mrs. Edgar Knode Wednesday January 19, at 7:30 p. m. The local hardware store own- ed and operated by the late C. N. Byron i.~ now under the owner-, Naturally, you're interested in news about local people, local events, local ideas and opinions. And so is ~6 " 99 your Hometown newspaper. It's a pride and a pleasure to sit down with you every week.., to bring you news about your friends., to tell them what's new with you. Your newspaper shares your interests.., participates, like you, in the day-to-day life of this community. What matters most to you means most to your Hometown newspaper. -.- THE---