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of Ranson were visitors on Sun- mother Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. UThe Silent Christ" SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE day at the home of the former's Evelyn Wiles was also a caller tHURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 " SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey on Saturday. Jenkins. Mrs. Maude Smallwood was a Be Sermon Title • 4-H Dairy Club Meets caller on Thursday evening with t~ardinals, the former getting 19 Blvd. and Fifth Avenue, • The "Cream of the Crop .... a hot arnndCAn l~,.....~ a~.~ ~ ............ points and the latter 17 [announces the following By Mrs. Stuart Cnm --- Phone 725-7777 dairy club which was formed re- c"is" S~al"lwoo"cl a'n(l~famil"y]nrl~an: At Heth0dkt Church The St. Joe Junior" Varsity[ ule of services for Sunday , ~----~---. ------ ---~w.,~ .................. ~, cently in Jefferson County, held son. Th cagers got their hometown fans lSU~sequent week nights. ~g,~:~~~~~:~.-'~'l~.~:,~..~.~?,~2~t ,its third meeting on Tuesday Mr and Mrs Garland Henry at- e Rev. Mr. Lee Williams will in a fine victory mood in the[ Sunday School at 10:0On Sou h Jefferson Ruritans Meet iteen of the members in attend- evening, January llth, at the tended the W S C S of the use "The Silent Christ" for his ,rh~ ,- .......... opening game of the doublehead-lMorning worship at 11:00. b'u The South Jefferson Ruritan |ance. The meeting was opened Community Center near Bardane. Oakland Church which was held sermon topic S.unday, January 30, inal's,~ w~eP?:::t°wW:n ~gn~y ~ar~ er attraction by presenting them [evening Evangelistic service e • n M ndav eve in~ f[by singing West Virginia Boys The speaker for the eventn was Club m t o,, o _ n ~. o g Wednesday evening at the home [ at: As~ury ~a~noo~sto t;nurc~,cor~ game in nine this season, gave i w~na aeclslve 62-39 victory over[ ,.~v: ......... last we~k~_..~...*~ th-~ Summit Point|and. Girls followed by the 4-H Glen Sn.. yder, Jr.. who discussed ot ~r and Mrs William Kline "~" v~ ~. ,~ .... . ............. th,~ .~, _T,¢~,~h'~ ('~*~,,~ ~,~l"'~ ~nepnerosmwn ~umor var-I ~nere wm oe specm~ ~v,, schoo.] where_ the.v were served| Pledge and the Pledge to the the correct way ~ fill out a 4-H of near to,,m " J Street. This service is held at 11 :::_~"~ :::Lv?.~_,,,':_"?_" ....... ~"'1 atty. ' /at 7'30 each evening with d " " ~i, " v the mem [Flag Kathy DeHaven read the Dai record book .... ' " . t=a~t~l-~ ~. guuu DatLlt~ zur one per-. ................. J o clock wRh a nursery provided io ................ [ Bill Kniesel- led the St Joe| exception of Monday, from, _ _ehcm_o dinner b, "firs" " ..... ry . b~tue ,.oulse woo~wam ot t~aK- 0 . u rrmay mgnt on the ~[ ooe • f r pre-school age children • " • attack in this ba tle b - uary 30 through February bcrs of the'local Parent-Teachers[ t cnapzer of Genesis and the The next meeting will be held erton spent several days w~th her ...................... • gymnasium but then Johnny Pro-[. t y pumping[ ........... ,~ Association Followine the dinner[Devotions were concluded with at the Community Center on grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry| ~)/.u~r~.~._c~_~s.nel_°_a~_ ,.~va.n_x colimini and Jeff Hatison, aces|m 20 points, while Osbourne's 11] :x.:..ne ~evL_~narms_ ~. ~t~v,I the regular'business meeting wa:;[a short prayer and the Lord's February 8 at which time the Ashlev and family i w~m c~c~ mr a, ages. w.em- scorers and rebounders for St lP°ires was high for the Cardinals[W~~ ue me speaker. ~v: • ~ -" vl~e you m come ann worsmp j " ~meric~ge, a pastor ann v~ held during which a number of]Prayer. group will begin judging the cows ti" We-'n ............... I Other achwtms of the churchof 35 -oint ...... ! . H ,~ , ,~ , [ chat, is a graduate of South items of business were discussed| During the routine business on the rxoara's Dairyman maga- Miss Susan Rissler is home un .... ' oe, teamed up to roll in a total -- . and at its conclusion the even.] session the roll was called, the z!ne . . . submitted by Millielegei ofUKeyser,eSuaY zrOmdue tomea~m~esemesterU°t"[for~wil. the week include.' • Sr: MYF and fromP thenS in onmeitsec°n°wasdownhill J A$$em [ perma ~0(] ~,nurc~] [ e.rn Bible" College 2n" ing's guest speaker, Mr. Rober I minutes of the last meeting were Creamer, Reporter. - .... I w u mee me home oz ann ........... / rm ann ot r iorma oum m oreaK zor a zew nays ........... ,,. ,,, r,_-_,..., zor me wrusauers zor an ~'~-~¢ [ The Rev wul~,,,, u ~o,~ ,,~o ~ ~,~,:. Prettymancompany, ~fshowedthe PotomaCand narrated]Edis°n | reader,s reportand approved,showed athebalancetreasUr'of SerVices on Sunday Morning • ~ mrs. mewn win, ~,,~ ~. r~w,, Bi"" t ........................ v,,o--/,,-s~. Mr. Glenn Viands was a caller lst Ranson Sunday evening, at ~3a e ~onrerence vmmry. [tor of the Calvary Assembl of Due to the fact that the re~,- y , • 6:30 p.m. Jr MYF will meet at ............. [God Church, located on Fazrfax[ aEAD THE SPIRIT-ADVO~ an interesting film for the group. [ $97.96, and several itemes of bus- ul~r wor~hin corviop w~ nnt ho~ on Sunda with his aunt Mrs ..... Tne win was me sixm in seven -- .Y i 11 ............................ Harris Tumblin at Bardane and/the "hurO" ~; ~'~" "" games zor ~. ~oe, mezr omy ross/ __ . ,~ ,, a~ ,,.~,, v.-,. bet " M ss Wa is Anne Snyder re- [ mess were discussed• At its con- on Sunday morning, January 23 hm grandmother, Jackson at Mar- 1 Monday" Cherub Choir nrac--. ~ng to Charles Town High/ turned home from Shepherd Col- clusion the following program b " . ^ . o,,~.^..7.~a.~ lege .... on weanesaay of last week|of| short articles'" was presented: ecause of th= w~a~,,~, ~u,um [ "" "~ 5cnoo~ lowe, W Va. ti • " " • ce 3 30 p m Jr Choir at 4 m • . • . .~ . p* • , , ions a service will be held at the Mrs. Margaret Wllhams was[ The Friendly Class will meet at St. Josephs was ahead only by[| V|¢k|l~ ~ h~i~¢"~ to spend the mid-year vacation ] Look, 4-H Leader, read by Rusty Methndist Church at 11"0f) a'elnck "i-i ....................................... taken by ambulance Sunday[ the home ,~f ~Irs Virginia v.nt~ a slim 15-13 margin at the end[ | ~|~)rqL|i ~ i~|$~lU~ vzs t ng ner parems, Mr. an0 | Heare;Be Demcratm, Bobby on Sunday mornin~ January 30 M , ....... night to the Charles Town Gen-I W~ Wa~hin"~,*~ ~t" "~"~..~n~',~' of the first period, and then] • _ - ..... . rs. Wallace Snyder at West| Glassford, Develop Your Inter- a date not a,~ the re~u|ar eMen- eral Hospital. Sorry to hear Mr. [ Mond'av'" ~'v~'~i'n~,''' 7Vh;'~ir~'lo-~ Coach Skip Fowler sent his Cru- ~ PfLUMB G .... HEATING Shenstone."/ [ eats, Hoppy Kercheval; Goals, dar-of s-e-rvices--for-the-c-hurch-- Hall Thomson is very sick at his/meet (,e.,-d~v" .............. saders into a full court press and I | .............. Colonel, and Mrs. E. F. Donne [ Betsy Walker; Positive Attitudes, " ..... i " • home at the Bloomery Mr Them-[ No ~---Chai .... *~-'~ ¢" ..... r t was then that Pmcohmini and ll ........... , .g. llll~g,l£ £~£1 ~. I~r IUVI~ * • of Charles Town were visitors 0n[Johnny Crane; Getting Along son has a very bad" heart ail-/Goode, meets with Mrs Francis Hatisen began to roll up thel We Feature A Most Complete Line Saturday evening at the home of[With Others, Theresa Jenkins ...... ".~ .... "~ "~ ..... . W zte, E. Washington St., at • A ment ~. - " points. Piccolimini, who scored • . .' the latter'$ aunL Mrs. Botln W. ]and Be Cheerful, Nicky Kerche- u r u|r l k lJ Mr. Donald Hovermale gave her ]2 p.m. 27 points for the night to be the I! American Standard Heating and Coolin! Crim and, her .daughter Mrs. [ val. l IVlL~ll/4lliq#J/1~ 1ill II CliffordRowland. [ Following adjournment ai Mrs. Julia Viands daughter a birthday party onl ,)~r,~,,.~ .... .~,.~, ~, games top scorer, rolled in 17t~ 1~~, AI,~ • ~.~!,~4,, T:~ 4~ Monda,~ .,~,~* ~* ~,~.- 1, ....... /,,"": "--Z,:"~L':"~",/'~" ~.~"L"~ of his points in that second per-I~~ z-u~t~ z-~ ~4)lul~lt:~,t: l~iJt~ ,J Mr and Mrs Howard L WarelPleasant social hour was enjoyed . .... ., "'s .... ~ .... ,,",,,~ ..... /~orrzs, wire lvzrs, margaret ~:n- ind v~....~,..,..~ ~... ~.~., ..... ,t| ~,,.~] .... • : .... . • , . ~=~~i~ Leetown Donna was seven years[ ni¢ ~ w,~hlno~,, ~, ~-.~n .m .................. J'acKson: Jr. and sons, Lea Jimmy and ~ during which games were played " . • ~ ........... ~, ....... , .... ~"-'" game on the boards pulling down ' Keith, 0f~ MillsboroDelaware ] and delicious refreshments were• Mrs. Josephine Johnston re- old and quite a few of her frmnds~ Na .~--~.h*irm~n Mr~ J W .... I ~ ........... ' ' " e " " ........................ lO were overnight ~uests on Satur- ] served by Kathy, Karl and, Gall ezved a letter from her mother, helped her to Celebrate the happy ~ Carroll with Mrs Alice Hine 6th reDounas. day at the home-of the former's [DeHaven. i Mrs. Laura Popkins who is in occasion. Soft drinks, ice cream,/Ave ~'anson ~* 7"~" ---~ ' Hatison, who had 26 points in[ ~ [~|~]~D [~~_[ brother.in-law and sister, Mr and[ Mr: Luther Naylor returned to~ the Charleston Rehabilitation cake, potato chips and mints/ S~'~_Chai~a~an°"l~r's" Harry the game, scored 8 in each of t~ ~|J|~L~- ~y~|~ Mrs. Robert Light and ~heirlhis home recently from the Win- Center Institute Charleston• She were served by her mother and/Pino'wl}h vrr¢ a~,~,,~ ~,~h~','~ the first two periods and he pull-I| xffir_ i-i ............. 4-HChildren,ClubB°bbYMeetingand Linda, [het chesterhad Memorialbeen a patientH°spitalforWhere'the andhad jUStreallygothadntheret time0n MondaYto tell Donna received some nice gifts•]/Morison"St~['at" 7:30"~ m ........ ~"ed down 10 of the 19 rebounds I|11 W e tan N ow Otter Roto-Rooter Se~.'v}C~ • • " "" " he had in the ball game No. 5---Chairman Mrs. Thomas ., • ' ./Wolford With Miss Ma,~ Ma-aha, St, Joseph s had pulled to a 50 I n~r~xr~-~ 1 fl~" ~'O1 t~ ~1 ft. ~... The B~ Bees 4-H Club metlPast twelve days, and since his about it. She is getting artifical I i : .:---u I]N ,-^^_" ........ "_~_ ~' 31 lead by halftime and at thel~ l-XlX).t~r.~ JL,~O-~OI~5~ ~JtY~ t~Y~ at the scfioo~ on Wednesday even-[return he and his wife have legs and it will take about thirty ~. . ,.~t~r~ ~t, a~ ~:ou p m sta • " " rt of the final period held a ~ No 6--Chairman Mrs Edward tng of last ~eek with about eiuh-Ihad visiting with them the for- days to learn to walk on them [ IBgWL,i,ffSFgNI I/Mor" " ..... " .... 69-50 lead ! Charles W. V .... a. ..... ~ . [mer's brother and sister-in-law, and she will have to remain i i-_- ........... . l/ gan, wm meet in r'euowsmp Kenn : ..... '" ~~~~ I Mr. ~nd Mrs. Jesse Naylor of there. She woud love to hear from I I / Hall Hall at 9:45 a.m. A nursery w y Lowe. ann Jonn ~rowi I II ere me scoring guns xor me ~tg~l Iq~/~& I " [ Charlottesville, Va, and his sister, her friends here. We wish her | __ .~t | ] is provided for this circle, circle e me scoring guns Ior the' ~l ~ I~ rU~L|||~L |Mrs. Fannie Brooks of Staunton, all the best because she has | ~ ~ I] No. 6 is a new circle that has - I ~ ~~ .~-- v -- • [Va., his daughter, Mrs. Fred Me- been a brave woman. Her address I ~ ~ J~'-~'~ I] been formed for mothers with ......... • ,~ML]~||M~r=~I~M~ [Cauley of Charles Town, Mr. arid is: '. Mrs. Josephine Johnston, [ ~.~ ~t " |[ small children• it has been named - I ~ . . _ ~ ~[|~|~[~[~[~[V[~|~|~ |Mrs. B. S. Dickerson, of Balti- Charleston Rehabilitation Center I "~~~ I/ in honor of Mrs. Daisy Bush. ~ | j ~ ~ l'~[~- " "" ~ [more, Md. and Mr. Philip Small- Institute, Charleston 5, W. Va. I ~ " -_ - ~ |!Mrs. Bash and her late husband, ~ | H ~ - [~ of Summit Point. 25112. I~ __ • ~ I i the Rev. Charles Clinton Bush, ~ IlL I _ I! , I [. • .-I.]~.1 I ~['][7~/ I I I we're the first missionaries to be • [ ~ i ~ |1 ~ ~ ~ I ~ _ - _ " ]~ ...... H IT] l1 [ Mrs. James H. Snyder was the Our little town was out of e- _ sent to Africa by the Board of • vOTe. 'fm iguest speaker at the January lectricity Saturday night for a-I I Missions through the Baltimore L I ~~~'~U~*~ ~~~ 7 ";- .... |meeting of the Junior Women's bout thirty minutes, so thanks E. M. DANDRIDGE [Club which was held on Monday to the Electric Company, by the ROI.I.I If'. ,eqPflN ~f'W~A~l~ iC°nference. They spent ten years := l evening of last week at the Hill- time we had hunted up our oil - I as m ssionaries on this continent. ~ ..~ ~ ~~ :- -_ : -- ~ Former Principal Of i eary House in Charles Town, lamps the current was on again. LEAD IN TRIO LEAGUE [ On January 10, Mrs. Bush cele- | ,1 , j , brated her 90th birthday ~ j Page JackSon High School i taking as her topic "The Fine Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- LADIES TRIO LEAGUE " • ~ | . ~ i ~ j ~ . ~ | ~ ~ | W It ? ~ ~ t ~ ~ |[~ tTb,~ ~,~ wi h ,~.~h,~,~ [,Arts Add Flavor To ,Living," male and children of Leetown . Standl"'-,~ ~.^~ TM-'-~.ms I Sr. Choir rehearsal Wednesday ~ ii ~" lit | ~ ..... ~ ~ ' | | i~ | . 4 • ~ ~ • • ~ i .~ "" • ...... :' ~"~,, ~'7,*'Y"', [which she developed in her cust- were Monday callers with their .- ........ [at 7:45 p m and the Bible Study ~ ~ t ~ ! ~ mR it | I I I t ~ in ~ ~ ~ I ~ ]~ ( xperlence an l lrmnlng) [omary interesting manner, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vi- . J earn _ won )_sz [Group, leader Mr. Williams, will | I | L W It mR | Komng stones 47 17 [ meet --:: ] - -- : - "=- : -: - - : FOR THE i Mr. Charles Menear of Anoka, ands and family at the Bloomery Head Pins 40~ 17 I Th~" Commissions -n Missions - " -- ...... j~,~V~RSO~ ~OT~q~V [ Minnesota, was an overnight and,their grandmother, Mrs. Julia , l .... BOARD OF EDUCATION ] guest on Friday at the home of V ands. Pt~ Splitters 38~ 25~1 Chairman Mrs. J. W. Carroll, will .... [his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Miss Marry Grimes of near Co fee Cups 35 29 [meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. LADIES ] I ..,,,.. • Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. ]and Mrs. Allen Gassford. town spent Friday night with Mr. us ers ....... It ...... - Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Jenkins and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mrs. Mar- ] S~ J HIIII I PhNT$ ~l~un~erbird ~vz ~ COTTON SANFORIZED FLANNEL SANFORIZED " " tin Grimes was a caller on Sat-Rolling Pins 30 34 BLIC ' urday morning. Screwballs " 28 36 • )RES } _ Mrs, Agnes Nicerson of Front um'~g T~ 'rxvnAVFl Royal, Va. spent Friday night F 85's 27 37 rAll:ldnAl i 41 I tl IM [/AI ~]~]hJ ~ with her son Mr. and Mrs. John Early Risers 25~ 38V=[ ~P'I~I~II/'UI J I ,Luck.~ Strikes 12 52 [ _---=~ ~:: ~ _ ~ ~ ~ a~, I ~ I , ~ I .... i ~ ~ .. ~ 'IXT'i" BefA|| ' daughters/I indaArmstr°ng .and Gfiselia of': The Rollin'" "Or' ig tohe "inc, reas";left| A /v,-~ac~u~ ~,x ,-xuOW~xa'(ffl,'~.~,~tr" their lead in the Ladies Trio Son, 8 miles west of Hagerstown ' I Imp I l --'---- • • - - Cnanes Town were amruay ev- 2nd Halt Taxes l am ~rom l .ow UnIll Ine ening supper guests with his Bowling League to 6½ ooints Md. (watch for signs along route i ] IV i i " mother, Mrs Maude Smallwood Wednesday, January 19,in action 40.) 44 head of Holstein Dairy REG 2 98 [ REG 1 59 | .... End Of February. The Sheriff s Offme In . - "- -- • " at Shenandoah Lanes by scoring cattle, dairy equipment. Sale be- • • [ • • [ 1~ ~. ;~.u9 ,.,. .~ , , ,,T ~.,.,..~. I-. r, .,-. . mr. anti ~rs. t~arxand Henry . . i " " l'ne court House W, ll open During spent Friday night with their son- a 4-0 victory While the second, g ns at 11 a.m. . lac " " * * * rl~,~ ~t~r~ i:-It~ /]t~tl ~ W~In--~rl~ in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. P e Head Pros were losing a x ,vva, a,V L ,, ........ 4-0 decision. . Jan.29... Stanley E. Eye, Rev. 1.00 Boys Knit Caps 77c 2.98 Girls Longies 2.00 .... I" -- "~ ~ ~ --- ~',"~'~ ,I. ~onn ~tlampton ancl sons TerryAt th~ ~,amv ~,mv ~,~ ~.,.u- e ............ " Afternoon During Tne lv10n ll ¢OI l~eb- and Chuckie in Baltimore, Md. ^ ......... ~.^ ,~.., ~onn L, rzssmger acung tor ralss • Sorry to hear Chuckle was on the place Pin Splitters closed the gpa t " ' " n lc" " " " ' ruary, For The Convenience Of The Tax- sick list. - • s A ttutn an(1 tirace .mK, he Link reside ce o ated on 1 98 Girls Blous between them and the second- .. , . • , es 89c 1.98 Kiddie Fweman Boots 1.47 me corner ot r'rospect Avenue payers. Mr. Lester Viands spent Sat- urday night with his mother, Mrs. Julia Viands and his son Glenn while Mrs. Viands and son Jack- ie spent the night with her sister Mrs. Harris Tumblin at Bardane• Sorry to hear Mrs. Margaret Williams who makes her home with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashey, is on the sick list again. Mrs. Harry Shirley and daugh- ter Debbie of Middleway were Friday luncheon guests with her place Head Pins by scoring a 4-0 victory. C. Gano rolled the high indi- vidual game score, a 227, while B: Stagner had second high of 188. C. Gano also rolled the high in- dividual set score, a 575, while B. Stegner, with a 51~ score rolled the second high set. The Rolling Pins had the high team game score of 550 and also the high set score of 1533. Millie Anderson with a 168 average is the league's leading bowler, with C. Gano second with a 158 average and D. Cline third with a 154 average. B. Stagner with a 150 average is fourth and C. Hiesman, With a 148, is fifth. MERCHANT-NOLAND B'LE~ DEFEAT O,R.C.B. TEAM 4-@ Millie Anderson came through With a great 56~ set to lead the ladies' bowling team of Merchant- ~oland Chevrolet-Olds, Inc., of ~harles Town to a 4-0 victory ~ver the O.R.C.B. bowlers Mort. ~lay in action in the Bi-County Ladies Bowling League at She- nandoah Lanes. The 564 rolled by MilUe Anderson was 40 points above any of the other bowlers and Church Streets, Shepherds- town, W. Va. Antique furniture, modern furniture, etc. Sale be- gins at 11 a. m. Feb. 2 - John W. & J. C. Mc- Culloh, 16 miles west of Mercers- burg, Franklin County, Penna, 11 miles south of Rt. 16 and 7 miles noth of Md. Rt. 40 along Rt. 456 at Sylvan, Pa. Tractor and farm equipment, balers, harvesterS, machinery. Sale begins at li:00 ao m. Feb. 4, . Cattleman's Capital Sale of graded Hereford Bulls at Winchester, Va., Livestock Pavil- ion on Route 50. Choice set Vf some 57 bulls. Grading at 8 a. m. Sale begins at 12 ntmn. Feb. 5 - C. Grayson Cline, 3 miles west of Boonsboro, Md. and 3 miles east of Lappans Cross Roads, Dairy eattl~e, dMry equip- ment, butchering eqtQpment, household articleS. Sale begins at 12 noon. $ * * Feb. 11 - Large two-day sale at Farm just off west of HagerstoWn Md. on HopeweU Road. 175 head of~ Holstein, nearly all registered. Full line of farm machinery. Sale and 66 points above the top set begins at.10 a.m.• score 498 rolled for the O.R.C.B. team by C. Strader, . March 2. Staunton Angus Set scores for the Merchant- Sale, Purebred Sale Pavilion, eUlr! Noland team were: D. Cline, ona Va Sale Manage," 524; C: i.Gano, 528; i..Noland, 447; |Angus Association Charlottesviiie zt neu, 447; and M. Anaer-iVirginia" son, 564. 8et res for the • , , O.R.C.B. team were: L Nell, 432; March 4 . Virgihia Hereford D. Wolford, 494; J. Ross, 339; T. Association Annual Meeting and SmaUwood, 379; and C, Strader, eke, Virginia. • • 498. Banquet, Hotei Roanoke, Ro n- M N'i~b~~ March ~ - Loudoun Angus Bull Sale, Fairgrounds, Leesburg, Vir- ginia. Sale Manager" Virginia Angus Assocication, Charlottes- i[ville, Virg, inia. • • March 5. "Virginia Royalty" Show and Sale, Roanoke, Virginia Sponsored by: Virgtttig Hcre o t Association, Staunton, yirginia. March 10 . Staunton Hereford Bull Sale, Staunton, Virginia. Spo nsored by: Virginia Hereford [Association Staunton, virginia. , * * I March 11 . Performance Tested | te maker-- [Bull Sale, Culpeper Agricultural aS the irl~ o b [ . g g y, elect your [Enterprises, Ctfipeper, Virgini | number, prea the pedal and |Sale Manager: Virginia Angus As qtalm l'-,-" [sociztion, chaxl ttes lle, V& 2.98 Girls Dresses 1.00 1.98 Ladies Rain Dears 1.33 1.67 4.99 1.98 Girl.s Longies LADIES PRINT REG. 5.98 Ladies Vinyl Boots 4.37 MENS IMPORTED WOOL LADIES COTTON ROLL UP SLEEVE REG. 1.00 REG. 7.98 SHETLAND FLOOR MENS LONG SLEEVE , iii l0 CUP G. E. ELECTRIC REG. 2.98 REG. 24.98 15 x 26 REMNANT W, W. WHITTINGTON Sheriff of Jefferson Co., W. Va, Jan. 27- Feb, 10- Feb. 24 LEWYT VACUUM REC,. 29.88 REG. 29.88 . ,REG. 79e . 1.00 " Tray Tables 66c 39c ,Cotton Piece Goods 23c yd. 49c hoe Boxes 37c 1.98 Wool-Wool Blends 97c yd, .97 Utility Tables 3.87 1.98 Velveteen 97c yd. TABt E iET ELECTRIC ii i 0 $1,5 6 LA, KET i', " REG. 19.,98 -- End & Coffee Table REG. 10.97 -..