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pie With Security Money laid aside for retirement, a college fund or the welfare of your family de.ryes special treat- ment. It should earn a good return and be available when needed. That's why most Americans choose a bank in which to save money. We invite your account. A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 31/ % Percent on :Savings Accounts Mrs. Austin Nieodemus IWDim OK Rlppon Honor Students The Rippon Elementary School :honor students for the past six weeks were -- First Grade: Les- .ter Carroll, Charles Jenkins and Donald" Jenkins; Second Grade: EliZabeth Allen; Third Grade: eborah Adams; Fourth Grade: ennis Whittington; Fifth Grade: Franklin Adams, Jr.; Sixth Grade: Martha Burns, Kathryn Allen and Joyce Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. James Mercer, of Charles Town, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd were dinner guests recently at the home of their son and daugh-, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lloyd, of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whit. tington and two sons were guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Boyd, of Berryville, Va. Mr. Charles Adams, vice-presi- dent of the South. Jefferson Ruri- tan Club, had eight members to a weekend at the home of her sis- call m eti lg at his home for the ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and New Year. Mrs. Thomas Sowers. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden were Sunday dinner guests at the and family, of Charles Town, and home of their son and daughter-lMr and Mrs. William Whetzel n-law, Mr. and Mrs. RussellI ancl son were Sunday dinner Lloyd and family, ofCharlest guests at the home of Mr. and Town. Mrs. Elwood Breeden and family. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus was a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph luncheon guest at the home of Smith, Jr.. and Mrs. Austin Nico- her aunt, Mrs. Herman Swartz, on demus called at the apartment of Wednesday. Mrs. J. Straith Briscoe. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cham- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward blin, of Charles Town, were Hetzel of University of West Vir- guests on Sunday at the home of ginia, at Morgantown, is expected Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and to arrive on Tuesday to spend family. ] mid-semester holidays with their Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell H. attended the square dance Friday Hetzel] and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. night in Boyce, Va. ] Mrs Jean Piscitelle and young Mr. Thomas Sowers, Sr., en- daughter, of Charles Town. were tered the Winchester Memorial Hospital last Tuesday for observa- guests on Wednesday at the home tion and treatment, of Mrs. Tommy McDonald. Miss Ruth Rogers Smith, a sen- ior at University of West Vir- ginia at Morgantown, is spending her mid-semester holidays with a former roommate at the univer- sity, Miss Judith Edmonds, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Edmonds, at Sparta,I New Jersey. I Miss Patsy Jenkins spent the Due to the fact the farm has been sold, I will sell at the farm, located 1 mile South of Summit Point, W. Va., 7 miles North of Berryville, Va., off of the road leading from Summit Point, W. Va. to BerryvLlle, Va., watch for Sale Signs on: SATURDAY, JANUAiRY 29, 1966 S le Begi,nn ng At 10:00 A. M. IHC-300 utility tractor; 2-12 inch 3-point Hitch plows; Manure loader; Scraper blade; Feed carrier; IHC Side delivery rake with P.T.O.; Super C tractor with 2.12inch bottom plows; Cult- ivators; Corn planter; Tractor seed sower; 7 ft. Disc harrow; 2.20 tooth Wood frame harrows; New Idea single row corn picker; New Holland 67 baler with P.T.O.; 9 ft. Pulxerizer; 20 ft. Grade auger; 30 ft. Hay and Grain conveyor; IHC manure spreader; 2 Rubber tire wagons with grain head; 10-7 IHC grain drill; New Holland Hammer Mill; Cement mixer; 20 ft. Drive- shaft with Pulley; some shop tools and farm tools;, David Bradley rotary; David, Bradley garden tractor. DAIRY U1PMF T 3 Magnet milking units; Pipeline and Compressor for 20 cows; Stainless steel wash-up tank; Gas heater. 1,000 Bales of orchard grass hay; 1,000 Bales of oats straw; Approximately 20 tons of corn silage. A Lot Of HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS.--CASH: Nothing to be removed until paid for. A. B. ASHWOOD Jan. 20-2t- W. D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer IL E. Clerk Miss Dorothy Lake Sunday Dinner Guests Recent Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nelson Whittington were Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner and children, Kay, Michael and Ter- ry, Mr. and Mrs. Rreddie Ranall: and children, Freddie, Jr., Debbie and Godfrey, and Russell Lay- man, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay and Vince, were Thurs- day evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hough and daughter, Kathy, of Bolivar. Mrs. Mary Wiltshire was a Mon- day guest this past week of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elm•re Wenner, of Lovetts. ville, Va. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli were Mrs. Irene Rinaldi, of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daughter Rebecca, Misses Rosie and Marguerite Petrucci and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lake, Jr., of Brunswick, Md., were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake and Miss Dot Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitting- ton and children, Hope and Rob- bie, of Baltimore, Md., spent the weekend with the former's moth- er, Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon' Kenneth Webb and daughter, of Alexan. dria,Va., spent the weekend with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb. Recent Sunday dinner guests of Misses Rosie and Marguerite Pe- trucci were 'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Petrucci, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood and daughters, Tina and Tonya, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petrucci, of Charles Town, Mr. and MrS. Melvin Lilla and daugh- ter, Rebecca, of Millville, and *Mr. Waugherman, of E mits. burg, Md. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and sons, Jay and Vince, were Mon- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pope and family, of Bolivar. Mrs. Gary Johnson, of Charles Town, Mrs. Floyd Milton and Mrs. Lester Johnson motored to Winchester, Va., on Monday of last week. Mrs. Marshall Tomblin spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Wiltshire. Mr. Ted Johnson, a student at West Virginia University, Mor- gantown, is spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mrs. Mary Bolen, of Silver Spring, Md., was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dill•w, Sr., and her daughter, Sherry. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, Kevin, Mrs. Joseph Milton and Mrs. Linda Magaha spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. out wishe in their new home. Mrs. Inezz Hawk, Mrs. Georgia Pearl and Mrs. June Jackson and little daughter were business vis- itors in Martinsburg. Mrs. Inez ]tawk, who has been on the sick last with the flu, is feeling much betttr at this writ. ing. Little Karen Jenkinsc has been very ill with the flu, but is feel- ing much better and able to be out of doors. Wayne West, son of Mrs. Elma West, has been absent from school under the doctor's care and a very sick boy. He is im- proving and feeling much better. i Best wishes to you, Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family were visitors Sunday night of the former's mother, Mrs. Clayton Talton and son, AI. bert, of Hamilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Longer- beam and family, of Charles Town, spent the weekend with Ray Marcus, of Winchester Va. the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .... I Perry Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grey, of Mrs. Georgia Pearl It's winter and real winter, with us. Quite a change and a wide blanket of snow. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jackson :and daughters, who have been making their place of abode at the late Turner home, are now moving into their new trailer in the Chestnut Hill area. We are proud to have them as our new neighbors and we extend to them Charles Town were visitors Sun- day of Mr. and Mrs. John Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancas- ter. Mrs. Margie Garrett, Mrs. Ida Piper, Mrs. Georgia Piper and Mr. John Hawk were business vis- itors in Martinsburg on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett and Mrs. Georgia Piper were visitors Wednesday of the latter's sister, Mrs. Sarah Gar- rett. Mr. Paul Garrett, Palma Brad. ley and sister, Debbie Bradley, were visitors Thursday. of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and Mr. I and Mrs. George Talton. [ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hieggs, of l Mr. Airy, Md., accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. Rosa Wilt, motored to Wheeling to vis- it relatives over the weekend. Mrs. Pauline Wilt and Mrs. Elaine Grove and son were visit- ing in Martinsburg Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller, of New Market, Va., spent the week- end with the former's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. John TIME LIMIT :REE REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE! Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5113 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE tHURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 Runion. Well, just like many of our young men today who are called for examination for the armed services, one of opr boys passed and will be serving his country soon. Ite is one of our fine men. Good luck to you, I We will be thinking of you; iour prayers. I ATTEND Hog men all over the country, Purina Dealers raising pigs in their own stores, results at Purina's Research Farm are all proving the value of Pig Startena. Now even better with the addition of Pura-Fat b(selected fats) and stepped up amounts of"growth ooster" ingredients. Many hog men following the Purina Program report results like this from Pig Startena: 1. Pigs eat it early, relish it. 2. Litters weigh up to double U. S. average at weaning. 3. Hogs reach market weight as early as 5 months. YOUR STORE WITH THE CHECKERBOARD SIGN Peoples Supply Phone 725-2002 Charles Town, W. Va. I~URI NA. CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY I • KNIT GLOVES Were 1.29 NOW 88c • Flannel SLEEPWEAR Were 3.98 NOW 2.44 Were 2.98 NOW 1.88 • WINTER ROBES Were 6.98 NOW 4.00 • 17-JEWEL WATCHES Were 13.88 NOW 10.00 • BETTER DRESSES Were to 13.98 NOW 4.00 Were to 8.98 NOW 3.00 Were to 6.98 NOW 2.00 •SWEATERS Were to 8.98 NOW 4.00 • 2-PC. SKIRT SETS Were to 8.98 NOW 4.00 • GLOVES & MITTENS Were 1.00 NOW .66 • KNIT HATS & CAPS Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 • Winter SLEEPWEAR Were2.98 NOW 1.50 • WINTER ROBES Were to 5.98 NOW 4.00 •SWEATERS Were to 4.98 NOW 3.00 Were to 3.98 NOW 2.00 @BLOUSES Were to 2.98 NOW 2.00 Were to 1.98 NOW 1.00 @SKIRTS Were to 4.98 Were to 2.98 NOW 3.00 NOW 1.88 • 2-PC. SKIRT SETS Were to 9.95 NOW 5.00 • Line Rusher JACKETS Were to 11.98 NOW 6.00 • WARM SLEEPERS Were to 2.59 NOW 1.77 • Corduroy PLAYWEAR Were to 2.59 NOW 1.33 • WINTER HATS Were 1.98 NOW 1.00 •MITTENS Were 1.00 NOW .50 All the most import- ant new coat silho- uettes lavished with high - fashion fur trims! Wool boucles, wool zibelines, heath- ery tweeds, wool-ray- on 'c u rl' textures! Wanted winter colors! Misses, juniors, and petites ! .... FURTHER REDU CED ROUP NO. 1 Formerly To $45.00 NOW GROUP NO.2 Formerly To $35.00 NOW GROUP NO. 3 Formerly To $30.00 NOW $30.00 $25.O0 $20.00 STOCK OF WOMEN'S WINTER FURTHER REDUCED GROUP NO. 1 Formerly To $21.00 NOW $15.00 GROUP NO. 2 Formerly To $17.95 NOW $12.00 GROUP NO. 3 Formerly To $14.98 HOW $9.00 HURRY IN NOW FOR THESE GREAT VALUES • MUFFLERS & GLOVES Were 3.00 NOW 2,00 Were 2.00 .NOW 1.00 • THERMAL DRAWERS Were 1.59 NOW 1.00 • WINTER SWEATERS Were to 7.95 NOW 3.00 Were to 5.95 NOW 2.00 • FLANNEL SHIRTS Were 1.66 NOW 1.00 • Winter SLEEPWEAR Were to 1.98 NOW 1.00 Were to 2.59 NOW 2.00 • WINTER ROBES Were 3.98 NOW 2.50 • CORDUROY PANTS Were 3.98 NOW 3.00 Were 2.98 NOW 2.33 1.98 NOW 1.00 • WINTER JACKETS Were 14.95 NOW 9.00 Were 12.95 NOW 7.00 • FUR LINED GLOVES Were to 5.00 NOW 3.00 Were to 4.98 NOW 2.00 • SCARFS & MUFFLERS Were 1.59 NOW .77 Were 1.98 NOW 1.22 • SPORT CAPS Were 2.98 NOW 2.00 •SWEATERS Were to 12.98 NOW 6.00 • Heavy SPORT SHIRTS Were to 5.98 NOW 3.00 • Winter SLEEPWEAR Were 3.59 NOW 2.50 • WINTER ROBES Were 9.98 NOW 6.00 Were 5.98 NOW 4.00 • Corduroy Dress PANTS Were 4.98 NOW 4.00 • Winter Dress JACKETS Were 16.98 NOW 12.00 Were 12.98 NOW 10.00 • WINTER WORK CAPS Were 1.98 NOW 1.50 Were 1.00 NOW .77 • Flannel Work SHIRTS Were 1.98 NOW 1.33 • Corduroy Work PANTS Were 4.98 NOW 4.44 • Moleskin Work PANTS Were 4.98 NOW 4.44 ALWAYS FIRST QUAUl / PENNEYS STORE HOURS -- Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.--9 To 5 Fri. & Sat.-- 9 To 9