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YOU CANNOT BUY A BETTER HEATING OILTHAN II Mi~? Margaret House r Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N Geary, RFD, Harpers Ferry, were Mrs. Carrol R. Jones, Homestead, Fla; Mrs. Doris Anderson, Perrine, Fla; and Mr. Doyle Keen, Punta Gorda, Fla. Mrs. Jones, her daughter and son, accompanied the body of Mr. Carrol R. Jones from Miami, Fla. ,to Washington, D. C., and at- tended funeral services in Har- pers Ferry on Thursday. Mrs. Paul Parker, of Martins- f have him home. He is a graduate v who bought Girl Scout cookies. Breeden. .... SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATEB_.7 burg, was a guest on Thursday of of Harpers Ferry High School,,This is a yearly project of the Mrs Ferd Snyder is a patient THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and class of "52". Girl Scouts of which she is an in the Winchester Memorial tIos- Mrs. Annie Loudan. [ Well that long predicted snow active member. The money made pital. Mrs. Snyder's many friends George Washington University l Friday evening guests of Mr. came at last, and plenty of it too. from the cookie sale provides are sorry to hear of her illness. Hospital, Washington. Iiis many I and Mrs. Harold Harding and Around the Bolivar an nearby funds for their summer camp. Mr. and Mrs. William W,sham Mrs. Annie Loudan were Mr. Paul area, we seem to have from 7 to This community has been very and children, of Philadelphia, friends are glad to know he is im-1 Caton, of Martinsburg, and Mr. 9 inches, but in the rural sections helpful in every way to help the Pa., spent the weekend with his proving nicely. ] Ernest Loudan, of Mansfield, we understand the depth was Scouts. 60 T0 SI'UNDAY Ohio. from 6 to 12 inches. Snow and Mrs. A,ton Muse and daughter, grandmother, Mrs. Grover Leith. rain are badly needed as the Karen, and Mrs. Marshall Mc- Mr. Garland Virts has returned water conditions are getting bad. Aboy shopped in Martinsburg on to his home in Charles Town af- Mr. William Reed, of Harpers Monday. ter having been a patient in .Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate Mrs. G. E. Webb Death of Mrs. Willis ING OIL T ....... Also visiting Mr. and Mrs J N. Mrs Rose E. Brooks Willis, 72, ne premmm-quan~y near. . . died on Thursday, Jan. 20, after in ....... l Geary is their daughter, Mrs Es- g Oil ]s economwa, the D e "'a' a long illness. She was a resident and super-clean burning! _r emory:. r wer, ~ lne, of Bolivar, but died in Rippon. WhO tlew nome weunesoay & AI i tend the funeral services for her She was born in Thauaughfare, [grandfather, Mr. Carrol R Jones. Va. ]Mrs. Demory's husband, Airman She was a daughter of the late [First Class John G. Demory, serv- Henry Brooks and Tab,son Bro- ] ing on active duty in the U. S. Air oks, of Spartansburg, S.C. I Force, left Sunday from Dulles Surviving are the following [47 [ International Airport for his next children: Rev. Oliver H. Willis, [assignment, Vietnam. Spartansburg, S. C., Roland N. Willis of Philadephia, Pa. Ethel | Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley, of Saundere, of Washington, D. C. [ Shenandoah Junction, were Tues- Pinekney S. Willis of Columbus | day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B Ohio, Margaret Summery,lie, Bal FOR QUICK DEUVERY, CALL [ Houser. ...... timore, Md. Step children R. T. l ary apriotti, smaem west Willis, of Stratford, Conn. Char. /Virginia University, is spending les W. Willis, Bolivar, Raymond rnone lzo-lOlU [ a few days at his home here.Willis, Washington, D C. Harold ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott so- Willis, Washington, D. C. Thirty 1. Jc 9 tored to Vanclesville on Friday five grandchildren. Quite a num- | night and visited their son-in-law ber of great grand children and /and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe two sisters in Washington, D. C. /S,bert and daughter. The husband was the late Will- iam Hunter Willis, of Bolivar, who died in July, 1965. The body rested at Eackles Funeral Chapel, and the funeral was held from the Zion Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, on last Saturday, with the Rev. T G. Jackson in charge. Burial was in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Harpers Fer ry, W. Va. Local Resident of Bolivar Returns From Viet Nam Gardner J. Loudan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan, arrived home on Saturday morning from nine months spent in Viet Nam. He flew from California into Mar tinsburg after completed his two year term in the U. S. Army. "Jackie" looks and seems well, and his many friends are glad to THE Out Of This World ... And So Is The Deal We Are Offering You To Hdp You Get One Of Them MRVIN T, STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID -------k----- A FULL - SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W . VA. ACrOR & FARM EQUIPMENT We will sell at our machinery 1o1~, 16 miles west of Mercers- aUrg, Franklin Co., Pa., 11 miles south of Rt. 16 and 7 miles Ilorth of Md. Rt. along Rt. 456 at Sylvan, Pa. on: WEI)NESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1966 SALE AT 11:00 A. M. 16 Tractors - Equipment Farmall ~uper M, M, H's, C'$, Super C's with fast hitch, plows, L'~!t's, mower and corn planter for fast hi~h; Farmall A with Plow and cult's.; Cub with. plow and cults., Cub mower and ~lsc, fast hitch Cub plow; Cult's for H, M, C; 640 Ford, 2.9N Ords, Ferguson 30; Ford cultivators and plows; Massey Harris ~-6; SC Case with eagle hitch, plow and cult's.; Oliver HG electra; F 14, Sauder loader for Ford. Int. Na. 31 loader~ No. 20 loader for Int. 340, Cult's. for 340; front end cult's~ for ~laSsey Harrm 50; 3 point hitch blades, Cub fast hitch blade. Bakers - Harvest.s - Machinery iNew Holland self.propelled baler, N. H. 68 and Int. 46 balers, t t. 20 C harvester with 3 heads, Int. No. 15 with corn head, N. IL 33 flail chopper, Bready hay conditioner, J. D. fluffer, l}, No. 5 mower, J. D. 3 pt. rake, Int. No. 15/rake, Oliver trip crk plows, 3 pt. and trailer type; Int. and J. plows, 3 section _ rrow, Int. 7 ft. disc, 8 ft. Brillion packer.seeder, New Idea Pt. rotary cutter, new; Int. No. 2 blower, 16 ft. grain auger motor, Danuser 3 pt. post hole digger, Int. No. 150 _preader, Int. No. 100 spreader, J. D. H. and New Idea No. 8 rse spreader, Int. 13 x 7 and 3. D. 13 x 7 drills on rubber, t. 240 and 2 J.. D. 290 corn planters, field sprayers, Mc.Deer- and Case wagons with false endgates, Snowco 85 bushel conveyor, tractor chains, Surge water heater, milker its, and usual run of small articles. Few items may be sold others added by sale day. TERMS--CASH. LUNCH AT SALE kLPH HORST and RUSS KEHR, Auctioneers RSHMAN, RAIFSNIDER, GOSSERT, Clerks John W. & J. C. McCulloh MERCERSBURG, PA., R. 3, OWNERS Jan. 27.111, ....... i25-7068 PHONES-876-2683 For Clean And, Use Triple-Refined TL TI And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 m0t 10N The start of a new y0ar is the traditional time to make resolutions. We take this opportunity to reaf- firm a pledge to our eli. ents: We will endeavor to provide you with the best sn P.S.--Per~onal Service in handling all your insur- ance needs~this year and in the years to come. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Real Estate Ferry who has been operating a Mrs. Bernard Ott was a lunch- store for a number of years is con guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth very much indisposed. His many friends are hoping that he will Anders and son, Timothy, of Ran- soon be well again, son, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler vis- ,ted Mr. Moler's sister, Mrs. Sadie Caton, of Charles Town, Thursday afternoon. MARKL:T RFPORT Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak, .................... Miss Dorothy Bowers, of Hall- town, Mrs. Frank S,sons and " " sons, Michael and Mark ,of Ran- Quotations of the Blue Ridge son, were in Winchester, Va., on Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, business Friday W. Va., Monday, Jan. 24, 1966. Mrs. Kenneth" Anders and son, Receipts of all classes light, Timothy, of Ranson, was a recent with a good demand for all butch- visitor of her parents, Mr. and er classes. Mrs. Bernard Ott. ., Prime calves, 45.00, featured Mrs. Winerd Bowers returned me.sa!e. . .. . to her home on Saturday after nmce outcner s~eers, none; spending ..... w m- :"- good butcher steers, 23.00 to brother-in-law and ~iutar Mr and 2500; plain to medium steers,Mr ....... s. AndrewBean, v, 20.00 to 22.75;choice butcher V. heifers, none; good butcher hell- "lVI" ^* ............ I lSS Donna Tlede, ers, zlvo to plain tO me- wa w .. ". .. ........ ] s a eekend u, alum nelters,lt~.L,~ ~o zv.lo; t nifpr ~r~v ^e v:r.~,^. ' --- ....... .,~, UI JUIII/L~WII. good bulls, 20.50 to 21.50; plain to l ......... mr ann mrs lrvmg t ray anu medium bulls, 19.00 to 20.00; corn-I son -- b-i "" , uo o e, uanson, was a re- merclal cows 16 00 to 17 00; util .... itv enw ~a 7K 7K" "pnnr~r~ ] cent VlSltor of Mr. Gray's mother, ...................... Mrs "athaniez ...... t ray ana Ivi ss and cutters 14.50 down; cows by i . ".. Jenm er t,ray the head, none; stocker and feed- er steers, 22.00 to 26.00; stock . heifers and bulls by the head, " none. Choice to prime calves, 41.00 to 45.00; good butcher calves, 38.00 to 40.50; medium butcher calves, 334.00 to 37.75; thin calves, 33,50 down; heavy calves. 29.00 to 31.00. Lambs, choice. 311.75; lambs, good, 29.85; butcher ewes, 10.00 to 14.00; stock ewes per head, none. Good butcher hogs, 29.25 to 29.75; medium butcher hogs, 28.50 to 29.00; heavy butcher hogs, 27.00 to 28.00; bptcher sows, 22.00 to 24.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 28.00 to 30.00; shoats per hundred, 35.00 down; pigs per head, up 16.00; boars, 21.50 down; sows and pigs. none. Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 A.M.--Livestoek Sales 1:30 P.M. Each Monday. Mrs. Bernard Ott Miss Sharo Ot t, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott, of Hall- town, wishes to thank everybody 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. Miss Lillian Myers Ruritan Club Meets The Shenandoah Junction Ruri- tan Club at its regular monthly meeting decided to sponsor a scrap paper collection monthly beginning the last Saturday in March. The club is urging all residents of the Junction and the neighboring area to save all waste paper and it will be collected the fourth Saturday of each month. The club also decided to help sponsor the Bloodmobile visit in June. Many reports were given hy various committee chairmen and business was conducted by the new club president, Roy Seal. The meeting was held at 51 Diner and the club enjoyed a fine turkey dinner with all the trim- mings. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, of Brunswick, Md., visited her cous:" ins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder, on Thursday. Mr. Benjamin F. Benner is a patient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital. His many friends wish for him a complete recovery. Donna Butts, of Martinsburg, spent the weekend with her uncle an daunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie there's certain pride in knowing have the best you p 4~ for your family! , For their health & safety, change now to... flameless electric heating Changing to flameless electric heat takes only 3 or 4 days! It's a fact.,, just 3 or 4 days even warmth and healthful with little or no disturbance to controlled humidity to protect your home or family. Then sit the well-being of your home back, relax and enjoy the and family, Yes, there is a cleanest, safest, most corn- certain pride in knowing that fortable heating you've ever you have the best for your known. Only electric heat gives family, and electric heat is the you flameless safety, gentle, best. and now.., a new ten-year financing plan plus a ten year warranty Changing your home to flame- less electric heating is now easier than ever thanks to your electric company's new low-interest lO-year financing plan. And there's also a new lO-year parts and labor war- ranty to cover all heating units .and thermostats. So don't de- lay.., get all the facts. Call your electric com. pany's conversion ......... heating dept. today. .... When you're ready for the best, only electric heating is good enough. Potomac Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System 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 ,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. NICHOI COlV[MLSSIONER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3-t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Benefici- aries of the Estate of Gilbert E. Dodson. All persons having claims a- gainst the Estate of GilbertE. 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 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. 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, 196 . LEWIS D. NICHOLS COMiMISSIoNER OF ACCOUNTS JEFFERSON COUNTY Jan. 13-3.t. " Don order a big cube V8 Don1 order a floor-mounted shift Don't order special fiat-cornering suspension Don order sporty red-stripe tires All that's standard to begin with on a Chevelle SS 396 ~t The standard engine in both the Chev lie SS convertible and hardtop is a 396-cubicle-inch Turbo-Jet V8 with 325 hp. The standard transmission is a fully synchronized 3-speed with floor-mounted stick shift. (Yes, you can order a 4-speed or Powerglide. Strato.bucket front seats and con- sole, too.) And the. SS 396 chassis comes complete with firm-riding, flat-cornering suspension and wide-base wheels with red-stripe nylon tires. Is this the kind of no-compromise road machine you're ]ooking for? Drop into your dealer's and point an SS black grille toward an open stretch of highway. You'll find out --quick. All kind of cars, all in one p]aee.,.at your Chevrolet dealers Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II, Corvair Corvette YOU ROUTE 340, EAST I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. P DIAL 725-7045 45-144