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rio Entertained For Sons Mrs. Margaret Itostler gave a bir- lhday party on January 28th in M /I lit nk ] By Mrs. Pauline Ott honor of their mother Mrs. Mary eellnS in o.ep.erdsi0wn Mr. and Mrs. oobert Nicewar-OttThoseOhhelpingher sixty-fifthbirthdaY.her to celebrate i,| ner and daughter Cindy and Mrs. by lhe 'Cardinal I Th( passing of the late Dr. Bret Myrtle Wilt of Charles Town with a good dinner I nell was also noted with deep re- were Sun~iay visitors of Mrs. T. ; ladies of the Re-]gret by the Camp. D. ()tt and son Mr. Iiarry E. Ott. h in Shepherdstown [ The name of tIoward Rissler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Virts of Luc- tllar monthly meet- [son of the late Robert C. and Mrs. ketts, Va. spent Wednesday night Henry Kyd Douglas/Risler of Charles Town was pro-with the latters parents Mr.: and of Confederate Vet-]posed for membership and he Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. It enjoyable occasion ]was passed by the credentials Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and ht. The meeting was [committee. Mr. Rissler, a grad- daughter Rose Marie of Ranson war Memorial Build-Juate of Northwestern University were viistors of the latters par- P, herdstown with a-]has had nmch experience as a ents Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Pen- members and guests ]newspaper man and for several well on Sunday. e. [years held positions on Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Viands Jr. delightful entertain-]newspaper. He is presently liv- announce the birth of "Cynthia B evening were four ling in Springfield, Ill. His name Darlene" at the Charles Town ~ra Shepherdstown/was presented by John S. Risster General Hospital on January 28. ~three of them cheer/of the county. This is their first daughter and their piano accom- [ C. Manning Smith, Charles second ch!ld. Mrs. Viands.was the ! Miss Bonnie But-]Town postmaster was re-instated former l~hss JoAnn Jenkms, dau ann the trio of Miss las a member of the Camp after ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jen an, Miss Patty Par/an absence of a year or so. kins. is Harriett Stalcy ren Mr and Mrg William Wilt of Those from Charles Iown at- .., : ..... .... vocal numbers and . . nesmul rnu mr rnest Turner, ]tendmg the droner meetmg were . = . . .' ...; . .. gave a special num-]Jack Getzandanner, Fred Byrer, vlr. t anaolpn ruageway an . ar- iano. The group was ~,_~,~_., ~ ...... ,~,.,_ oiyn urner were unaay amner ]B.[uUK~ DIilCIklUItl, .~,lllUly JDs*i:l.Ul~, ,* "~r ........ by Lewis McDonald 1(? tt .qirid~v .It (~ William guests oI Mr. anti lvlrs. ~UllIorfl .............. ~-" ............ Turnei and famil anged the program. /Moore, Max Brown, John S Riss- . " . . ~.Y" . . no special speaker ~ ........ " " Mr. ana ~rs. Donald Ooen ana ing and after the in-[mran... nrntn j i'.r errYt 8 p. dna g hte:n f n anan:n nrSe ?:y the Rev. John Link,] vu . . as served, topped off [ " Sunday wsltors of Mr. and Mrs. of strawberry short | .......... Theodore nit and family. l rom walker Hero hipped cream. Corn-[ Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and son hard Crane presided ]Has Top Production Mark of Charles town spent several Y Frank W. Buckles [ days the past week with Mr. and View Farm read the | The Holstein-Friesian Associat- Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters some other corres-[ion of America has announced Jamie and Kathy. ~ch he had received. Ithe completion of an outstanding .~Ir. and Mrs. Merle eden and }f the members was official production record by a sons Steve, Keith, Terry and secretary with thir- registered Holstein cow in this Glenn were recent callers of Mr. their names when area- Driswood Fayne Sale Gall and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family at a . , 4203208 owned by William E. Wal Middleway. ch one signed their ker, Shenandoah Junction, pro- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam large birthday card duced 15,570 lbs. milk and 518 and daughter Kay and son Don- presented to Mr. lbs. butterfat in 312 days on twice nie of Ranson were Sunday visi- l ey who celebrated daily milking as a 4 year old. tors of the latters parents Mr. and 'th birthday on Tues West Virginia University su- Mrs. Forrest Hostler arid family. 31. Mr. Kearney, pervised the weighing and test- Mr. Donald eden of Ranson of Shepherdstown, ing of production as a part of the was Sunday visitor of Mr. and aember of the Camp official herd testing programs of Mrs. Merle Oden and family. r of years it was no- the national Holstein organizat- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and ion. daughters Linda and Kathy of s n nrovide con Middleway were Sunday visitors Eutsler, a member The_e re ms . " -. . of the latters mother Mrs Mary who has been ill at tmumg lactation and hfetmm pro ( lin" Shepherdstown was duction records on every cow in Mrs E--ma Jan ..... improving and able more than 2,600 par: clpatmg re- Millville ;s spending s'ev era ta;s around his home. gmterea no ste, n e . with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Host- ler and family. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm Lacg,Romantia en ne , CARDS By Hallmark Can Be Sure .That They're the Best. Humorous and Personal. Penny Valentine Cards for the Children. For Every Occasion. BUY YOUR NEEDS TODAY AT--- DEPT STORE TOWN'S SHOPPING CENTER" PLENTY OF F R E E " PARKING! STARTS I et us give your car an System Checkup 'car in today! Here's we sell and service new Dodge Polara, low-priced Dodge Dart, the new compact-size Lancerl Our service ystem checkup will cate the source of hard-starting problems! Let us end them for you. SPIKER MOTOR SALES ,,DODGE TOWN, - - W. VA. and Mrs. Charlotte Beahm were Monday visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, pastor of the Pen- tecostal Assembly of God Chur- ch at Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt and daughters Judy and Linda and son Paul were recent visitors of the latters mother Mrs. Hattie James at Ransom Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill were Sunday visi- tors of the latters mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Charles Ot aad sons were Sunday visitors of her mother Mrs. Carrie Johnson at Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs and Mr. and Mrs. Pat. Hostler were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Painter were shoppers in Frederick, M.d. on Monday. Birthday Party l rs. Elsie Painter of Ranson $2.50 Per Week The "Master" --Amerlea's flne~ washer, yet It cost only $189.95. Easy to pay for. Holds more; keeps water hot longer; washes faster, cleaner. Saves work ~md time. See It now! CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Va. 222222222. A LITTLE EXTRA ATTENTION To be given a little extra attention from Dad is al- ways appreciated. But Dad needs extra attention too, especially when it comes to his financial security. That's why we provide insurance protec- tion with P.S., Perso,af Service. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Stree Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 Illl till THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' 9; 1961 3---B BEST ADERTISING MEDIUM--SPIRIT- ADVOCATE. were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Stri- der, Mr. and Mrs. Brown Rissler, Mr. and Mrs. William Ott and dau ghter Eliza, Mrs. Thomas Dillow A total of six highway acci-[to Trooper W. R. Barlow, inves- and Mrs..Josephine Hardy, Mrs. dents, most of them of a minor ]tigating officer. Because of the Mac Staubs and Mrs. Marie Breed nature were investigated by Char [condition of the highway no char en of Charles Town; Mrs. Walter les Town State Police during the Iges were preferred. DAIRY H DD o_ l IIl')XT" L ITlr#llP lrlO Glaize and Mrs. Elsie Painter of period of Thursday, Jan. 26I Mondav Jan 30 at 10"50 u m a IJ2-11RI JE~l~lI-11'lhi~lI Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. ,Forrest through Monday, Jan. 30, and]1957 Chevrolet being " l'riven Hostler and daughter Mary Mar- nmst of them resulted from the ISouth on State Route 9, went ofit We are Dl~ontlnuing Dairying in order to spend full time garet, Mrs. Charles Appeil, Jackie ice and snow on the highways. Iof control and struck a utility with poultry and also use the buildings, we will ~!1 on our Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arm- Fortunately. only one person |pole. Leslie Haroid Jones, 39, R{. farm at Junction of Links Bridge and Dublin Road, 3 miles strong, Mr. and Mrs. George Dil- was injured m the semes of ac-|2, Charles Town, the driver of West of Woodsboro and 3 miles Northwest of Walkersville, on low. cidents, but nine cars and two Ithe car was char-ed with reck- Mrs. nit received many nice truck. were damaged to the ex-/less driving. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961 and useful gifts. Refreshments tent ot z,uzm ! Thursday, Jan. 26 a two car col- BE .INNIM iT n, t var urlq r "i" a i'll" , .................................. " .... : that consisted of birthday cake, The one pe sona njury cc-/ stun occurred on Secondary Rt. chocolate, banana and coconut dent occurred Saturday, Jan. 28m23, when a 1951 Chevrolet being 42 - HEAl) REGI TEREI) AN I) East ............... ......... cake, ham and chicken salad sand about 11:30 4. 5 males " 9f /drwen South on Route 23 by Way TVI I TC'IHI' I" T TCl. WlCb wiches, peanuls, mints, potato Shepherdstown on Secondary Rt. [man Braxton, 21, Halltown, llUh 1511' 13 chips, lemonade, coffee were ser- 31 and injured was Johnnie Dale ,struck a car being driven north Twenty-Four are Milk Cows and six are Registered, three ved. Everyone had an enjoyable Demory. 20 of Shepherdstown, lon the highway by Kenneth R. In American Association and three in Canadian. Four Mary- time and they all wished Mrs. Ott who suffered head injuries.I Kemper, 29, Waynesboro, Pa. land home ratsAa 'ades Canaaian *,fades and el h' many more happy birthdays. Demory was driving a Ford I Charles Town State Trooper R. .. ..... ' .... " Mrs. T. D. Ott is on the sick which was headed West on Route I R. Truex said Braxton was char- xorx area mom ems. list. We wish her a speedy recov- 31, when it crashed into a 1954 I ged with failure to yield the right Most of this Herd have freshened since January 1st, or cry. o GMC panel truck headed East on [of way. Damage to the two cars will be fresh by s le time; others are in full milk. Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and fam- Route 31 and being driven by l anmunted to about $300. Eighteen Heifers from 2-months to 12-months old, some fly of Chestnut Hill were recent Joseph S. Seibert, 31, of Martins-I Corporal Holman also investi- young heifer calves. All animals old enough live been caM- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer burg. - . . _ I gated a car-truck collision near hood vaccinated. Herd is T.R and Bangs Accredited and Cer- Jenkins and family. Charms Town State "lrooper I Summit Point about 8:45 a.m. tiffed and Test will be run u~ain within an d~s -f ~l,, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm Tommy Ward who investigated, IWednesday, Jan. 25 with result- . . . .--" "" , ........... h two vehi les were dama m~ f e , riaverzy 300 Gauon Milk Tank good a~s nevt 2 McCor and Mrs. Charlotte Beahm were said t e "c ~, "l" ~, damage o $75 to th t~o , ': - shoppers at Winchester, Va. on ged. to the extent of about $900. I vehieles, mick-Deertng Milker UniLs, lot of split Locust Posts, Etc. Monday. Demorly was charged with driv-I Involved were a 1960 Chevrolet TERMg.---~A~H ,m r~v , ~l,~ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilt of ing to left of the" center of the Itruck beir~g driven North on See- "- ..................... Charles Town were Sunday visi- highway. I ondary Route 1 by Cecil N. Gray ~/1[]:~ 2,, M[,D.q ~i~.T.IX" T ~.A~A(;A~ tors of the formers grand mother .' ' ........... ~*-'" ~ *-~-~ .... ............. A two-car acczdent also occur-136, Route 4, Winchester, Va.; and Mrs. T. D. Ott and uncle Mr. Har. red two and one half miles South I a 1955 DeSoto being'driven South EMMERT R. BOWLUS & HARRY TROUT, Auctioneers. ry E. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and o.f Shepherdstown on Secondary Ion Route 1, by D. W. Lackley of EMERY CUTSHALL, Clerk. Route 23, about a half mile from/Summit Point. LUNCH BY ~-LADE ~r,~,~,v ,-,D.,,,,~ sons Guy and Frank of Ranson Secondary Route 17, about 3:301 Because of the cond~tmn of the Fe~o 9 and 1 2 were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Saturday afternoon, Jan. 28. Ihighway no charges were prefer- ' . 6- t. Mrs. Lester Ott. Corporal G. G. Holman said al red. Mrs. Billy Dunlap of Bolivar 1954 Buick, being driven SouthI was Tuesday visitor of Mrs. Mar- on Secondary Route 23, by Kay | garet Hostler. " ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nick and fam A. Bragg Hockensmzth Route 2,| lllll aHrpers Ferry, got a little to thel I m m i i A ,, . _ . I ily of Chestnut Hill were recent left of the center of the highway/ I I 1 i visitors of the latters mother Mrs. and was struck by a 1952 Ply-/ Ill I I I ......... - ill Virgie Lynn and family, mouth being driven North on Sec-/r t r r . i i . --- Mr. and Mrs. William Ott and ondary Route. ......... 23, by Herbert L.,I m I II mII& I I I.T . 11 . .., F---"I Mrs. Mary Ott of Charles Town 0vermam, uuver prlng, mum i kl I were last Sunday visitors of Mr. Damage to the two vehicles a-/ 045 I I and 'Mrs. Forrest Hostler and mounted to about $250. Holman/ 1, 1 t family. ' ' . , ] stud Mrs Hoekensmith was char- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and ged with failure to keep ner car/ I / daughter Cindy were Saturday to the righ of the center of the/ visitors of the formers parents highway. / Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and Sunday afternoon Jan. 29 at 2| daugMer at Chestnut Hill. o'clock a two-car collision occur- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughter Donna and sons Guy and Frank of Ranson were Sun- day visitors of the formers mo- ther Mrs. Nellie eden and fam- ily. Mrs, Shirley Fitzwater and son of Charles Town spent several days with her son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harding and daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and daughters Barbara and Dawn and son Kenneth of Frederick, Md. were Sunday visitors of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. By Brooke Blaekford Executive Secretary Chamber of Commerce The Seventh Rnnual House and _ arden Tour brochurs are out now and can be seen at our of- fice. This tour will be held on Sat urday and Sunday, April 22 and 23 from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Pro- ceeds will go to furnishing of the Historic Harper House at Harpers Ferry. On the tour are Belle Vue and Elmwood in Shepherdstown. In and near Charles Town are the Jefferson County Court House, Piedmont, Harewood, The Hill, Happy Retreat and The Rocks. Listed in Harpers Ferry are the Gardens and Grounds of the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilt and White Pillars. * * * * * We have many reguests from school children for information about our state and, specifically about our county. We answer all letters and send them the bro- :hures asked for. Recently some of these communications have be come more demanding, asking for rocks, coal and apple candy. Such requests are forwarded to the West Virginia Industrial & Pub- licity Commission! * * * * * There will be an important meeting of the Civil War Centen- nial Committee onMonday, Feb- ruary 13th at theHarpers Ferry National Monument. The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss plans to commemorate the burn- ing of the arsenal at Harpers Fer- ry. Wh' e * * recent digging ou * of * snows, a cheerful note is that dates have been set for the Shen- andoah Apple Blossom Festival. They are April 27, 28, 29. The Shenandoah Valley is" becoming more and more an identification point for all travelers. President Henry Lowry of Shen andoah Valley, Inc. will soon call a meeting for our area. First Semester Honor Roll For Page-Jackson Principal E. M. Dandridge of Page Jackson High School in Charles Town announced today the Honor Roll of students for the first semester. Along with red two-tenths of a mile West of intersection of Secondary 1 and 4 when two cars attempted to pass a section of the highway which was partially blocked by snow and there was only room enough for one car to pass. The cars involved were driven by LeRoy Jenkins, 27, Route 1, Shepherdstown; and David Lee Bell Jr:, 17 of Route 1, Kearneys- ville. Damage to the two cars a- mounted tv about $300, according their grades, the students are as follows: Grade 12---Wilson Johnson. Fen da Braxton, Gloria Russ, era Washington. Grade l l--Patricia Taylor, Dor othy Taylor, William Fleming. Grade 10--Daniel Payton, Jos- ephine Berry. Grade 9---Shirley Campbell, Marian Newman, Augusta Berry. Grade 8A-- Dennis Brown, Von zelle Twyman, Sherman Brown, Samuel Jones, Samuel Weaver. Grade 8B--Gloria Walker, Joy- ce Taylor, Cora Berry, Jeannette Jones. Grade 7--Walter Strange, The mas Curry, Sharon Roy. McPeak, former aide, named Redskins' coach. Sledding is surely fine on TUr. ner's Hill. @ Now's the time to have a flameless electric appliance installed in your home! Electric appliances keep your home clean, save work and fit in anywhere! And you also get a FREE Standard Electric Installation if you buy before March 31st! FREE Installation reduces total cost on all models regard- less of the make! Change to CleanElectric Cooking NOW! WATER HEATER Can be installed anywhere: that the big news about today's electric water heaters. Have hot water when and where you want it! DRYER Next to your Washer, there's nothing like a dryer! For- get weather worries, have clothes fkiffy dry in minutes, just like new! FREE ELECTRIC INSTALLATION FEBRUARY -- MARCH .ONLY ! AND THE POTOMAC LIGHTPOWER CO. $ Do you prefer a compact car or a full-size car? No matter. We build them both. Compact Dodge Lancer, priced right down the line with Comet, Corvair and Falcon. Full.size Dodge Dart, priced model for model with Ford and Chevrolet. Corn pact and stand- ard, both Dodges have features their major corn- STANDARD OR GOMPAI" YOU 6ETA GREAT DEAL WIIH petition does not offer. A unitized, rust.proofed body. h superb ride: Torsion-Aire. And a new device called an alternator. It makes the battery last far longer than usual, because it charges even at idle. Compact or standard, see your Dodge Dealer. He's got the' heels with the Dodge on top. 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