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Charles S. 3ensen of New Jer. |Shenandoah Square Club dance iMrs. Carl Frye and family. [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMIngS ADVOCATE sey was announced. Tuesday night where all were in-[ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser of [ qpw1t~nAv i~I~.RRITAWV ? 10~1 K r Two Ranson boys enlisted in ................... Iv[ted to the home of Mr. and|Charles Town were Sunday even-'-- ......... j" ............ ' ~"" "--'~ the U. S. Navy, Lawrence L. Ma- MI~. AU~'I'Lr~ I~IUUUI~IVlU~ ] Mrs. Olin Bush on Jefferson Ave. i ing guests of his parents Mr. and .. -^ TO "-~'~" SUNDAY hone Jr. and James S. Fadeley ..... -'7"-" IThose enjoying the refreshmentslMrs. Ernest Houser Sr. and dau- runny. ...... f ... - ~, ~ t;zzuK~ . k'reacnmg ~ervlces r and . a a r recentl Tne t;nilarens ~oclezy o w. ~ The ReG. C. Irving Lewis of Pal ............ I were M . Mrs. Thomas M g - [ ghte y. . • neD. Temple wneeler witl oe,v/ha, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha[ Mr. Raleigh Moler, George Kid C, S. of the MethodLst Church | ~ ..... ~g --From The Fries of The--- oflaS'theTeXaScharlesaCCeptedTownthepresbyterianPast°rate er H,o!y ,Communion Service at/Mr, and Mrs. Glen Magaha, Mr.~wiler and Bud Cogle who have held its regular monthly and bus-] ~[l~ W~AI}'C OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE Church to fill the vacancy of the ~t.. Jonn s ~plscopm .~nurcn ~ [ and Mrs. Glen Ramsburg, Mr. and [ employment in Baltimore, Md. viE [hess meeting on Sunday evening [ ReG. G. G. Sydnor. ~lppon on ~unaay, ~eDruaw ~[ Mrs. Lee Ramsburg, Mr. and Mrs. |[ted their homes over the week- at the church, i ~ fm B s. June (Slusher) Bohrer . at ~'~o ~unaay ~cnom wm oe "r Local boys enlisting in the U.. "d' t" "^" [Junlo Houser, Mr. and Mrs. Ral-lend. ] ~ ~i~[Ldm S. Army included Luther R. Cole n~ a m:~- . . . _[ph Rickel, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie[ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eichleber- France and rebels still split on| ~~[[~ Mrs. l~Ola ~noemaKer was StrlCK / ~tewart Mr and Mrs Charles I ~e~ ann faro[h, ~'e visit[n,, Mr ,~,,~ ~,, o,a ~.~ ~ w-~ ........ ,IF {S AGO---1951 Hens this spring. McQuillen was man, Harpers Ferry, Francis A .......... ~ n ...... ~ ~' ...... " ................... Rissler on his forty : traded to the Toledo Club by Lit- and Ernie F. Painted of Charles en wltn a sngnt stroKe on ~u - / Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Turner I and Mrs. Warren Watson and faro ..... t allniversar, as a -'rinter [tie Rock of the Southern Assoc- Town and Rumsey L. Heare of day morning at the home of her ] and the caller Mr. and Mrs. Dan- lily in Baltimore, Md. Mr. Eichle- i ...... ~- ^ - "~ . liar[on for Catcher Harvey Riebe, Summit Point. aaug~ers lvlrs. ~aargare~^rayne. | ny Miller son Terw. | berger is looking for work. I m • I m m i ~m, Jm ~ ---- ~rs. ~noemaKer wm ~e ~ years ! Call From California ~ .............. n m • n m m n m,~ i m m-= ~,,a aLE ivloue~ ~ mtemype On several occasions, McQuillen 40 YEARS~-O--1921 old onMarch. 6. At thls wrRingi Mrs. John Magaha and daugh-]daughtanaf~Snth°~r s~eUnt~ ~U~LILB ~QL~ machine. Far differ- has played with the Charles Town sue snows improvemenu ~es~/ter Maw of Ranson received a tel I.,o.t.o.a o+ ~ho hn,~o ,¢ Mrs ~ m~ ~m-~mm ~ m~ m~ the days in 1904 when American Legion team here and The Northern Virginia Power ........................... ~arted as a boy setting ty was an outfield star in the old Co. leased the Easterday Store on w~shes to you Mrs. Shoemaker/ephone call this week from Bur-]A Hill and Mr and Mrs. C J ,~T~ ~,~ T~[~nr, tv~r~t~,,~r, ~r,.ffi~, ~tnd. The anniversary was[Bi-County League when he play- South Charles St., Charles Town ann a speeuy recovery. /bank, California from the for-lHilL " " " U~" l'~Od I~UI~,LP I~UPL¢I_/~J¢ ~I%L)2~t.~N| Recent visitors at the home Of/mers dau~hte~ ~a,.~ ~o,.~ ~,,no,.I ~ther day of setting people I ed with the Millville club. to use in displaying electrical ap "" ~" ............ ..... s n Mrs. Straith Briscoe were Miss| that she has arrived in the states|-oMr'and.Mr~Ralph Holme~ a~ d ~to type for Brown. I DIED'Garry. Lee Sowers, son of pliances. " ~ Louise E. Walraven of South Sam|from Thiland Mrs Roy Withrow|~ms ~al~n. ~eaw ot ~naries .............. ~. Lorenz will lose but 31Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sowers of DIED: In Omaha, ~Nebraska, uel St I ~--ve to B '-~-"'-~-^" t'~n" t"IT°wn anu ~yae uaugnerty o~ na vursuan~ to me terms o~ a certain ~eea o~ trus~ made Thomas L. Roberts a native of " ~'~ ~"~'"~ "~'" ~"~ " " un ~r H~rr,, Heskett and Mr H | ,~o+ ~ ~,,,no~'~,n ~,~+ho~ ~ l gerst°wn, Md. were S day by Walter C. BowUng to the umierslgned Trustee, d~ted by graduation off his 1951 I near Myerstown; Brenda Kay Bar ..... ~ ........... + ........................ - harlie r, basketball team. Bur- run, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. this county; at his home in Char- O. Wilt left for Florida on Wed-[ter Mrs. Lloyd Wheeler who re-| es of Mr. and Mrs. C November 28, 1960, recorded in the office of the Clerk "eidrich and Bush are all|Donald S. Barren, Charles Town les Town, J. M. Miley; at her nesday. While in Florida they[sides in Burbank. All three sis-lV~gnenrt~'Mrs r~on Trundle and the County Court of Jefferson County, We~t Virgini~, in ,.and won't be back next iNannie Allen, colored at her home in Charles Town, Miss Sar- l ah Hammond Brown, daughter of went to make a call on a friend. [ tern talked with their mother. |no ,~,+o,. ,¢ ~o~n~,,~ -,~re Deed Book 243, page 97, the undersigned Trustee will offer ~.the exception of Roger I home in Kearneysville; Fonrose t Robert T. Brown, former Clerk of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and '~ Mrs. Fuller will remain in Calif. ISun~d'av~'¢,uest's'~f'~'her""varents For Sale ~t Public Auction on ~no is a junior, most of Penwell at his home near Mt. Mis ~rs on the squad are sop I sion; James A. Throckmorton of i the Circuit Court of this county; family motored to Winchester, t orniamerUntil the weather here gets I ~,,."~ o,,,,~ ~,.o,,,,o. ~um~..,.,,,,,,~,,, ~-,,~-,~-.e""~" ' !"and this would give I R. R. 2, died at his home near' at her home in the same town, Va. on Saturday to do some shop-Iwar~ :.- ....... / Mrs Albert Eaton and daugh. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961, ,enty to work with next I Chambersburg, Pa. and formerly Miss Judith Sublette; in Wash- ping. [,~,~rLe~an2y~lviagananas~°ee~n^.a.m [tern were Sunday evening guests AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. ington, D. C. Mrs. Turner Saun- Graduated From Universityl-%""'~.,?, "~?" ~Y=. ~"~."Y~ Y"?'lof Miss Edith Eaton and family. I of Jefferson County. 'ders formerly of Bloomery neigh Miss Reva Nicodemus graduat- Inosw}a} a~er. ~elng mjureu m Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson In front of the Court House in Charles Town, in said e4maty ~."Red" McQuillen the~ One killed and others critically ~borhood. " 'versitv of W a |a sieuomg accmem, and son of Harpers Ferry were and state, a certain black, with white top, 1967 Model ed from the Um _ . V .. ~g .cnampmn of me ~m injured when terrific explosion l The Old B & 0 Railroad station g [ I~ • In ~ I~ ,~ ~ a I ................................ with a B. S. de ree. Reva will Sunday evening guests of their FORD FORDOR ~EDa~ ~-~- m.. a~,xa~t ~,,~h ~, ' L~ciation, wno .Will re- rocked Halltown. A truck car/y- at Duffields was sold by Mrs. Rob start teaching English and Scion-I ~ A h t K I U N parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wat apparently in good running condition and with uphoister~ me Toledo (Ohm) Mud ing 14 tons of dynamite caught ert L. Wysong tO Harvey Branson ce at the Junior High School Feb I ~ son. , ....~.~ o~o,~ ^, _ ._,^_ • fire and exploded. William Bates for $1,000. ruaw 2. IBy Miss Margaret Houser Mrs. Robert Watson has been .... " ...... ~--w,-- of Halltown, was killed in the . . Y [ . . T H E crash trying to warn neighbors. 60 YEAR'~'O --- 1901 , Mr and Mrs Hunter Llo d andl on the sick list, her sister Mrs. TERMS OF SALE:--Cash on day of ~ Fro' ~rdimi, family were dinner guests at the Sunday was a lovely day after Blanch Lewm had .......................... the mmfortune nffi~v inaction ~f tNi~ gutmmoMl~ zmd o~nortunit¥ ._ __ _~ t~ drive T. STmB CO. 20 YEAR'S~O-- 1941 D.W. Ramey purchased the in home of Mr. and Mrs Russell such cold weather and lots of to fall on the ice. She is one of itl~Hefl~ abeoa of sale dote "-'-"- •"-'t~'~-~'t~- terest of Horace Osbourn in the Lloyd and daughter. " [snow. the teachers at the Millville . ~.~_ ~ .... " ....... DIED: At his home near Shen- furniture firms of Strider & On- Miss Win[fred Browse was a l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Henson School. or ea~ ~z~. andoah Junction, Harry G. (Fox) bourn in Charles Town, caller at the home of Mrs. Straith St'. ~nd daughters motored to[ Glen Hetzel student of West LEEBUSHONG, Trustee. | 0 L 0 N | A L Hendricks; at her home on Camp DIED: Near Berryville, Mrs. Briscoe on Tuesday afternoon. Kensington, Md. recently and IVirginia University at Morgan- R A L H 0 M E : Hill, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Mary A. Annie R. Royer, wife of J. S. Roy Farm Woman's Club spent the weekend with their Itown is visiting his parents Mr. Jmauaxy 29.2t. I Moler, widow of B. Frank Mulet; or; also near Berryvflle Mrs. Ly- Rpipon Farm Womans Club son-in-law and daughter Mr. and land Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and son Charles Town The last surviving veteran and in dia Coleman, widow of John Cole will meet Thursday, February 2, " the Confederate Soldiers Home in mhn. 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. hepherdstown Richmond, Va., John W. Blizzard. Warren LaRue with the lesson The engagement of Miss Nettle 80 YEAR~-GO -- 1881 leader, Mrs. Garland Heflebower Telephones . 162 ~Watters, Charleston, W. Va. for- MARRIED: In Martinsburg by ~alking on "Home Prepardness". merly of Charles Town to Mr. the ReG. F. M. Woods, Richard W. Co-hostess with Mrs. LaRue will DR, VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYE8 EXAMINED ~ GLASSES FITrFA) - 5:00----Closed Tuesdgy and Th~ "OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Only. 7g$ 112 S. Charles St Chs~rle~, Town, W. Vat. FOR YOUR VA. CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLABT AT MILLVILLE, W. Millville Plant 899 Charlu Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 , • • 'the Administrator e. t. a. of the late R. C. Smithson's I will offer at Public Sale the Following Articles, on South Charles Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on , FEBRUARY 4, 1961 McIntyre of this county to Miss be Mrs. Charles Adams. Sarah M. Farnsworth of Martins- Miss Evelyn Lloyd spent the burg; in Shepherdstown by the weekend with her sister and bro ReG. D. M. Miller, Samuel D. ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhart to Miss~Annie E. Wat- Vanter of Shepherdstown. tern both of Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue DIED: Near Georgetown, D. C. and family visited on Sunday Henry C. Davis, formerly of this with Mrs. LaRue's parents Mr. _ county; In Bolivar, Miss Lucretia and Mrs. Denzel Kackley of Berry Strider, daughter of Joseph Strid ville, Va, er. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus ------ were hosts at a family dinner at 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 their home on Sunday. Those pre MARRIED: At the Presbyterian sent were Mr. and Mrs. Perw Nic Manse in Charles" Town by the odorous Jr. of Winchester, Va., ReG. A. C. Hopkins, Sarah E. Kim Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus ble to Jno. T. Willis; at John- of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Perry ston's factory by the ReG. T. B. Nicodemus Sr. and son Roger Lee )herd, John J. Woodward to and Mr. and Mrs. Harw Nicode- Miss Fannie Manning Woodward mus and son David and Mr. and of the county. " Mrs. Wendell Whitington and + DIED: Near Halltown, Thomas sons Jonathan and Dennis. ~ranklin Myers, son of Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Garland Owens Myers; at Harpers Ferry and daughter Sharon and Cookie of ~ville, Va. were supper zy, guests at the home of Mr. and CUB SCOUT PACK 39 MEETING Mrs, Thomas Wiley and family on FEBRUARY 3 AT 7:30 P.M. ~ Sunday. Miss Ann Price and Earl Gee- Parents, Committeemen and rge of Berwville, Va. was mar- tied on February 28 a very quiet Scout Leaders are asked to meet family wedding at the home of at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson on Friday, February 3, Mfss Price's mother Mrs. Clifton Price of "Soldiers Rest" at'Berry- at 7:30 p. m. New cubs will be re ville, Va. gistered and leadership training A reception was given at the will be offered to those who are home of the brides mother at 5 interested, o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. U.S. scientists find Soy[el Smith of "Silver Spring" attend. ed the lovely reception. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. hopeful on arms talk. , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley Adams Chair, Folding Wall Rack, Marble-Top Sh~vtng _ I and daughters Janice, Sandra, Mary Betty, Carroll Ann and son With Mirror; 2 Old Razors, Chaffing Dish, Bone Handle Set, Some China and Glassware, Some Silver Ware, Andirons, Tongues and Screen; 1 Hopkins & Allen 2 Other Pistols; Old Brass Light, Zenith 21-in. Tele- 3-Yrs. old; Old Cabinet, Floor Waxer, new; Guitar, Electric Floor Lights, Electric Motor, Electric Shaver, Frigidaire Refrigerator, Perfection 4- Gas Stove, Electric Coffee Perculator, Waffle Iron, Electric Kitchen Clock, Single Bed with Springs and Brass Bed with Springs and Mattress; Dresser, Chif- lied Linens, Bla~akets, Etc.; Clothes Basket, Window new; Electric Heater, Sewing Machine, B~th Boom Top Desk and Chair; Straight Back and Rocking Several Stands, Old Typewriter, Small Table and M~ga,zine Rack, Radios, Alarm Clock, Hat Rack, Sofa and Pillows; 2 Trunks, and Books; 2 Rugs, Serving Table and Card Table; Cabinet, Fishing Rods, Window Sereens, Metal Cab[- Doors, Book Case and Books; Oak Extension Step Ladder,. Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Utensils, Pans; Kitchen Scales, Some Canned Goods, Some Chest and Tools; Garden Tools, Vise, Blow Torch, Saw,' Saw Horse, Kitchen Table and ~ Chairs; Ware,Tin Money Boxes, Porch Mats, 2 Lawn Pots, and Lots of Other Articles that are $5.00 Gold Piece, date 1879. $5.00Gold Piece,date 1913. $2.50Gold Piece,date 1851, $2.50Gold Piece,date 1908~ 2~e Coin, very old. ~ Coin, date 1925. ~c Coin, date 1869: ..... 3e Silver Coin, date 1852. on Day of Sale. LEE BUSHONG, ADMINISTRATOR C. T. A. OF It. C. SMITHSON'S ESTATE Auctioneer. Clerk. time, place and terms as the above sale, I Articles:---Large Gilt Edge Mirror, 10O tlnut Drop Leaf Table, very old; Solid Walnut Tea Cart, 2 Boudoir Chairs, Complete Clothes Hamper, Dish Washer, A-I shape; and Chair; Chest of Drawers, Tables, Pictures Frames; Electric Light Fixtures, Day Bed, 2 Sewing Machine, Scatter Rugs, Secretary Lounge, Comforts, Lots of Other Articles that ~'~'CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. MRS. KENNA KNOTT ALGER 3t. Radio- Television - Hi Fi Stereo # Radios, Television, David were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grantham Royston and family of Millwood, Va. on "Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and children Jimmy and Carol weer supper guests Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman and family. Mr. Leon Tumblin is making ~niS home now with his brother. .law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sowers. Sick List Teresa Lloyd, daughter of Mr • Traditional Mercury value__now in the popular price range. You get more for your money. ! • 7 money-saving, self.servicing features. For example, Mercury's chassis is pre-lubricated__won't need a lube job for 30,000 miles. A new-type oil filter lets you drive 4,000 miles between changes. Brakes are self-adjusting. Aluminized mufflers last up to twice as long or more. Super-Enamel finish never needs waxing. • More room. Rear seat compartment is more spacious than last year. Doors are wider. The trunk is bigger. • Longer wheelbase. Mercury's over-all length has been trimmed for easier parking and handling. Its 120" and Mrs. Russell Lloyd has been &...-.-.1.*--. ,, ppu nee sick for the past two weeks. West Washhigton Stree! Mrs. Janet Vanter of Shepherd stown has been on the sick list Charles Town, W. Va. i Mr. H. B. Nicodemus Sr. has been off work this past week due II I I I III i to ill health. i Mr .and Mrs. Thomas Wiley ~-'-';-'-%'-'-';;;;, :and family were dinner guests at ; the home of her parents Mr. and , .~.kd~/,__~C~.Mrs. Homer Wod on Sunday. ' Mr. Don Chapman arrived | , - - home from Morgantown last Sat- , ~ ~.~,,k~.,~ urday to spend the mid.term vaca , tion with his parents Mr .and ' Mrs. Paul D. Chapman. I , Perfect Attendance : ' The following names are the I , ones that had perfect attendance | , at St. Johns Episcopal Sunday ' School at Rippon for one year, • , Elizabeth Nicodemus, Dennis ' Whittington, Austin Nicodemus, | ' FAgE Tiffs IIAZARO, BUT-- Jonathan Whittington, Mr. H. B. | Nicodemus, Sr., Mrs. H. B. Nicode i Aa a homeowner you may mus Sr. and Audrey Whittington not face the i hazards also the following are the ones ae an E~dmo, but there that missed one Sunday this past axe. a great many p~rils year-Glow Jean Jenkins, Ethel that do threaten your home: wind, fire, theft, Chapman, Annie Lloyd, Edna Nic vandalism and p~rsonal odemus, Harry Nicodemus, Jr., liability, to name only aPaul Chapman, Evelyn Lloyd. few. Protect yourself a- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers of gainat financial loss with Ranson were dinner guest at the a modern Homeowners home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Policy. Jenkins on Sunday. 4.H Club H. S. CLOPPER, JR The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club will serve the supper for [~uranee, Real Estate the South Jefferson Ruritan Club and Bonds on Feb. 6 at Kabletown Methodist t20 E. Washington Street Church. Supper guest at the home of Charles Town, W. Va: Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Telephone 216 on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kibler and children Eyvon Cheynnc, Freddie, Robin and 202 East ~ma ~ Richard of BerryvlLLe, Va. Hot coffee and fre~ doughnuts was a refreshing aack after the: . . ,,,,,,,, , wheelbase (longer than those of the other ears named) gives you a smoother, more stable, more luxurious ride. • More luxury. Upholstery is smart, durable country- tweed pattern. The front seat is foam-padded. Cig~ret lighter, dual visors and other courtesy appointments are standard equipment. More beauty, Mercury styling is clean and trim inside and out. No excess chrome.., no odd-looking bulges and creases. • Clmice of top.pedorming engines. Option~ include 3 highly efficient V-8 s or Mercury s first 6. You get up to 15% greater gas mileage. ml MANUFACTURER'S J ,ooo. SEOA.S I '2417 CHEVROLET] PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE ylinder) t $2389 I t J ii DODGE DART (6 Cylinder) COME IN TODAY-GET OUR DEAL_THE LIST PRICE IS JUST OUR STARTING POINT Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va. ............ i I I IJ .I ,