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AND Drifts drifts and zero a- winds is how the :here near the Blue One week ago morning plenty and cold. A wee bit in afternoon. Tues- cloudy in late even fine rain in rather a Wednesday another morning which time we did get and glad to see it OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl in late evening snow flakes be- gan falling a little faster as time went on. Thursday morning snow and continued through the day and very cold, roads very danger- auk snow scrapers busy all night. Friday morning high winds, four teen inches of snow on level drifts four and five feet high 5 above zero, air very penetrating Saturday morning zero at 6 a. m. another cold day and windy. Sun day morning another zero morn ing and snowing, cold all day. Monday zern, ~nrnn litie ~un~hine. Mr. and Mrs. John Danner and business visitors in Silver Spring, business viitors in Silver Spring. Md. Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and two children were visitors re cently with the formers mother Mz..~. Clayton Talton in tlamiiton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. IIerman Garrett were dinner guests Sunday with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett. Helped Neighbors Mr. Calvin Ring really gave a helping hand to his neighbors during the blizzard of course drive ways were closed with snow drifts and with his tractor and scraper he cleaned the snow from drive ways and around the chur- ch and church hall and also the Chestnut Hill road off Rt. 9 to the Church quite a kind deed. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt and Mr .and Mrs. Lester Wilt and daughter Elaine motored to Bur- ke, Va. and were dinner guests with the formers daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Frankie An- gelo. Mrs. Martha Brackett who is employed as nurse at the Clap- tons Rest Home at Peonion Spring, Va. was off from work a few days due to the blizzard and bad roads. Mrs. Bertha Bagent and son Charles of Milville was a visitor Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDaniels and son Wayne and daughters Sharon and Shelia were dinner . guests recently with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin )Ire now an authorized WAYNE FEEDS dealer McDaniels of Arden, W. Va. I You the benefit of all the nutritional know- Mrs. Charles Garrett was a vis get itor Saturday with her daughter ~:~* how of famed Wayne Research Scientists in ] Mrs. Stella Painter of Murrell nationally-famous Wayne Feeds. They are el- Hill. ! I ~ ways triple-tested for ingredient quality, and Mr. Howard Wilt and Mr. Floyd I t~ backed by more than 60 years of feed menu- Wilt were business visitors in l ii~ facturing experience. Wayne also supplies Baltimore, Md. Saturday evening. I "~ ~ specialized management helps and tested feed- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Garza of * ing programs to fit your every feeding need. Falls Church, Va. motored to he Ask us how Wayne can boost your profits, today, farm Saturday to see how every- thing was coming along after the big snow. Well when he arrived he knew everything was in com- mand as his neighbor Mr. G. C. 9-F-032 RIPPON, W. VA. Pearl had every thing under con- trol. The sheep and ponies had been well taken care of. Mr. Gar- za remarked its worth more than all the money to have a real !riend and neighbor. Off From Work Several of our men folks of our ittle village are off from work due to the big snow storm and by the outlook of the weather it looks as though they may be off for some time. Those that have outside work where they are em played and at this time zero wea ther. Mr. Floyd Wilt of Murrell Hill LINOLEUM -- RUGS AND TILE Grade Petroleum Products for Every Farm Use DISTRIBUTOR 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Our Store Hours: OPEN Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00 to 5:00 P. M. Wednesday 9:00 to 12:00 Friday 9:00 to 6:00 P. M. and Saturday-- 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P.M. THE ESTATE OF GRACE V. ROGERS, THE FREDERICK O. BYRER, EXECUTOR, THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY Charles Town, W. Va. SNOW, RAIN OR SHINE, AT THE PARKING LOT AT Ridge Livestock Sales, Inc., CHARLES TOWN, W. VA., ON AY, JANUARY 28, 1961 AT 11:00 A. M. ZENITH T. V.; 1 LEATHER INLAY, KNEE- SK; 1 ARM CHAIR, TAPESTRY COVERED; 1 ROCKER; 1 STUDIO COUCH; 1 COFFEE (~LASS-TOPPED; 1 HASSOCK; 2 STRAIGHT 1 5-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE, WITH SPRINGS; SMOKING STANDS; 1 METAL WARDROBE; SMALL RUGS, INCLUDING SCATTER RUGS; LINENS; WALL CLOCK; 2 ALUMINUM I PEDAL~EWlNG MACHINE; 1 CHEST 1 LANE CEDAR CHEST; 1 HALL TREE; SWEEPER; 1 WESTINGHOUSE FROST- WITH DEEP FREEZE COMPART- SET WITH 4 CHAIRS; 1 METAL 1 TAPPAN GAS RANGE; ELECTRICAL KITCHEN UTENSILS; DISHES; CANNED AND WHATNOTS; AND OTHER TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. Got a clear picture of your insurance protection? You know what policies you have-but do you know exactly what protection they give you? Is your insurance program as eco- nomical as it could be? Could you have better pro-. tection for the same cost? We'll be happy to look over your program-explain your policies-possibly show you how to save or improv0 on your insurance. AND APPLIANCES ARE IN UNUSUALLY CONDITION, WORTHY OF YOUR AT- OF! SALE:--CASH. FREDERICK O. BYRER, EXECUTOR OF GRACE V. ROGERS, DECEASED. Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. ~. 19 ~nd 26 - 2t. RepresentinlE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY GROUP Hartford 15, Connecticut" J who ha~ been cmpl~yod a~ blnck T. ~. ~i,ll~ ~r. recently m~ved head S.O0 down: heavy hoar~ 92,0 layer and carpenter near Balti- to a house owned hy Mr. Thomas more, Md. is now assisting his bro Dillow. ther Mr. lh)ward Will who is a Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Itaines contractor with his work at Shen- and children Cynthia and .lerry andale where he is building homes there the zero weather and snow has kept him from block laying which has been quite a handicap for him. Mr. Charles Wilt assisted Mr. Oliver Danner of tlamilton, Va. with soiree carpenter work Fri. Sunday School Attendance Attendance at Sunday School Sunday was rather small at Chest nut Ilill Sunday which was forty two as the regular attendance is around 85. of Brownsville, Md. were guests of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ballenger on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Arvin and children of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Joe Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton of Kable- town. Mr. and Mrs. William Ainswor- th of Charles Town spent Satur- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons Jay and Vin ce. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mrs. Tommie tterndon and lit- tle daughter Melody of Falls Church, Va. spent the weekend The quotations of The Blue with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles Melvin Fritts. Town Monday, Jan. 23, 1961. Came From Florida Receipts light due to snow with a good demand for all cows, cal- Mr. and Mrs. John Viands came yes and hogs. up from Florida on Saturday mar Feature of sale was prime veal ning and spent the weekend with top $39.50; cows higher, hogs act- relatives. He visited his parents ive. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and Choice butcher steers none; brother and sister-in-law Mr. and good butcher steers 23.00 to 24.00 Mrs. John Atlas and Mr. and Mrs. plain to medium steers 20.00 to Irvin Hodges in Ranson and left 22.00; choice butcher heifers Sunday evening to visit Mrs. none; good butcher heifers 20.00 Viands mother Mrs. Clematine to 23.00; plain to medium heifers Aits in Chantilly, Va. They expect 15.00 to 19.00; good bulls 20.00 to Lo return to Daytona Beach Man- 21.25; plain to medium bulls 15.00 lay morning, to 19,00; commercial cows 16.00 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks to 17.00; utility cows 15.00 to 16.- ~f Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. 00; canners and cutters 15.00 Marshall Frye of town and Mr. down; cows by the head up to and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of 153.00; sctocker and feeder steers Ranson were Sunday visitors with up to 23.50; stock heifers and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Sylves tar came up on Saturday from bulls by the head up to 130.00; Choice to prime calves 35.00 to Bethesda, Md. on the train be- 39.50; good butcher calves 30.00 cause of the weather, to 34.00; medium butcher calves Mrs. able Johnston and dau- ghter Joyce and Bonnie spent the 23.00 to 29.00; thin calves 22.00 past week with her parents Mr. down; heavy calves 18.00 to 27.00; Blue head grade lambs 17.00 and Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kab- to 18.00; red head grade lambs letown. Mr. Roland Whipp of Millville 15.00 to 17.00; red shoulder grade spent the weekend with his bro- lambs 14.00 down; butcher ewes ther-in-law and sister Mr. and 4.00 to 6.50; stock ewes per head none; Mrs. Bert Viands. Good butcher hogs 18.50 to 19.- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Rusty of Middleway were 05; medium butcher hogs 17.50 to Tuesday afternoon callers with 18.25; heavy butcher hogs 15.00 to the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. 18.00; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.00; Bert Viands. Mr. Donald Hover- heavy feeders and light butcher male and son Davie of town were hogs 15.00 to 17.00; shoats per Saturday night callers with the hundred 20.75 down; pigs per to 11.00; slags none; sows and pigs up to 52.00; stock boars 11.00 to 16.00. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.---Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Farm Women Meet Mrs. David Bell was hostess to the Leetown Farm Women's Club Wednesday, January 18. We had 17 members and two visitors present. Mrs. Charles Owens had the de votions. Mrs. Ily Bratina read the min- utes of the last meeting. The treasurers report was given. Mrs. Marian Myers had the lesson on "Yeast Breads". She gave a de- monstration on how you mix and nmke loaf bread and also various rolls which was enjoyed at noon she also gave recipes. We had the lesson and business sPi F1 OF THURSDAY, .IANUARY 26, 1961 3---R Viands. Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts mov- ed last week from Flowing Spring to the tenant house of Mr. Wil- mar Clipp. Mrs. Ronald Wiles and little daughter Sherri of the Bloomery spent the day Wednesday with her sister Mrs. Donald Hovermale and family on Prospect Ave. in town. Mr, Albert Viands Jr. has secur ed etihployment with the Peoples Supply in Charles Town and start ed on his new job on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male spent the day Wednesday in Martinsburg with friends. Mrs. Julia Viands received a tel ephone call Saturday night from Mr. Floyd Fawver telling me that Mrs. Fawver would be able to come home from the City Hospit- al in Martinsburg on Tuesday where she has been for three weeks. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Robert Vanvactor of the death of her husband Robert. Bob Sizes 3 - 6x Regular Regular Regular $2.99 $3.99 $4.99 as he was known by all who knew him will be greatly missed by all. Bob grew up in our neighborhood Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Regular $6.99 - SALE Kabletown were Sunday after- noon callers with Mr. and Mrs. able Johnston and family. Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mich- ael sepent the day last week with her mother Mrs. James Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and daughter Donna of town were Thursday visitors with the latters mother Mrs. Albert Viands and family on the river. Mr. Charles Henry of Ranson was a Sunday afternoon caller with his aunt Mrs. Robert Frye and family. Mr. Sublette Chamblin of Ran- son was a caller on Monday with his sister Mrs. Robert Frye. meeting in the morning and tim afternoon was spent enjoying pic Lures taken by two club members Mrs. Charles Owens and Mrs. W. I,, Barren. The club appointed for the "Me thers March of Dimes" Mrs. Ily Bratina, Mrs. Charles Owens, Mrs. Ernest Ware and Mrs. Leon Up- right. The next meeting will be Feb- rua~T 15 at 10:30 at the home of Mrs. F. P. Owens. We are making Ceramic Trivets so be on time. A pot luck dinner. Mr. Roy Furr of Hagerstown, Md. was a caller Saturday even- ing with his mother Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. 4-H Club Meets Feb. 3 The Leetown Toppers 4-H Club will be hostess to the Leetown Willing Workers 4-H Club at their meeting Friday night Feb- ruary 3 at 7:30 at the Leetown Me thodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town were sup- per guests Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, Leetown Toppers 4-H Club Will Meet at Church On Friday, February 3 The Leetown Toppers 4-H Club will meet Friday evening, Febru- ary 3 at lhe Leetown Methodist Church at 7:30 in the church base ment At the same time the Leetown Busy Workers Club will meet in the Social Room of the Church. During the social hour, the Busy Workers Club will be the guests of the Toppers at a Valen- tine Party. All members and Adult Coun- cil Members are invited to at- tend the Valentine Party. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER OR THE POTOMAC LIGHT POWER CO. .00 .97 ).47 and 7 to 14 - SALE $ - SALE $ - SALE Sizes 34 40 Regular $3.99 to $12.99 SALE PRICE I REDUCED Misses, Juniors and Half Sizes. Values to $8.99 - SALE t.88 .27 .77 Store Hours: Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were Wednesday evening callers with the latters grandmother Mrs. James Fritts. MILLVILLE By Miss Dorothy Lake Jimmy Lynn and Robin Dillow of Ranson spent the weekend with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. Mrs. Sonny Hough and sons of Bakerton were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and Mr. and Mrs. Hursell Caniford on Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ranalli and children were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons and Mrs. Lula Ranalli on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin spent Saturday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slusher and children of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire and children of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire and son on Sunday. J Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and J son spent Wednesday evening I with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus land son Eric of Winchester, Va. I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Jr. and Tang of the Bloomery spent [Monday afternoon with Mr. and I Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow and [son who had been residing with ~the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Regular $1.99- SALE $ c $2.99 SALE $1.27 Regular 1 Regular $3.99 SALE $1.57 1 Regular $4.99 SALE $1.97 I Regular $7.99 SALE .97 Regular $12.99 SALE .97 Sizes 28 42 Values To $7.99- SALE ,.00 Sizes 6-1s--Values to $5.99 SALE $ .57 or for Famous Brand Values to $12.99- SALE Bedspreads, Tablecloths, Linens Regular 99c to $10.99 PRICE SALE Ion Dacron and Ny Regular $2.99 and $3.99 SALE $.2.27 and $3.27 LJ DIE', HA1S Regular $1.99 -SALE $1 DEPT "CHARLES TOWN'S Store Hours: 9.- 9 Friday Regular $2.99 - SALE $ Regular $3.99 SALE $ Regular $8.99 i SALE Saturday STORE SHOPPING CENTER" ................. i ............................ i