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February 10, 1966

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By Kani Lane, Mgr. les Washington Theatre SANDS OF THE KALA. Showing Fri.. Sat., Feb. 12 human beings struggle to in a desert hell. The film the question of whether can retain their humanity in a situation. The desert is beautifully photo- and the savage story interest throughout. Per- are excellent, and good keeps things moving. CINCINNATI KID" Show- Sun.. Mon.. Tue., Feb. 13 - 15 his own attempts to convey the proletarian artistry of fight- tween ing, singing, and getting a good looking woman, Steve McQueen has earned a distinct place for himself among actors. No one else has the cat-like grace he shows in his fight scenes, and no one else gets across the indomi- table instinct of tile underdog for survival quite so well. As a card picture, the film captures the mood of a big game and abounds with attention and authenticity, despite the seemingly impossible ending hand. Its real recommen- dation, taking into account some fine supporting work by Edward G. Robinson, Tuesday Weld, Karl Malden, and Ann-Margret, is an- other of McQueen's attempts to give us a hero many have long dismissed. Filmed in Metrocolor. "BECKET" Showing Wed..Thur., Feb. 16.17 What was an impressive play has emerged as a fine screen at- traction steeped in history, the grandier of the period, and the intrigue of the constant battle be- i The Sale of Wm. & Clifford Willingham Wutillingham Bros.) located 31/ miles heast of Shepherdstown, on the Mol- er's Cross Roads, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 5, has been postponed because of the Weather conditions. This Sale will be held at the same time (10:00 A. M.) and same location on: I)WARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer C. Win. HENSELL, Clerk Discontinuing our farming operations on the David H .Young farm, which we purchased in 1965 with machinery, dairy herds and equipment, we will sell machinery from these farms, along marker Rd., in Locust Valley, 5 ~ mi. SW. Middletown, Freder- ick County, Md. on: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1966 AT 12:00 NOON, TO-WIT: John Deere Diesel R tractor, John Deere Model G tractor, John Deere Model 40 tractor, John Deere Model A tractor, cul- tivators, 2 John Deere hay conditioners, same model; and fol- lowing all John Deere machinery: 2 Model 110 self unloading Silage wagons, Model 953 farm wagon with flat bed, 3 flat bed Wagons, dual tire power dump wagon, 3 wire tie balers, elevator for grain or bale with motors, small dual tire dump truck, flail Chopper, manur weade ultipacker, 7 ft. mowers, 2 sprAItg- tooth harrows, manure spreader, 2 sets 3 bottom trip silage blower and pipe, offset and heavy duty disc tractor blade, 4 bottom disc plows, 4 bottom 16" plows, rakes, 3 bottom pull type rubbertire plows, wood saw, air COmpressor, welder, shop tools, 4 row mounted corn planter, rUbber tire disc drill, other items. N. H. bale loader, cement church and state. The screen play is an absorbing and highly interesting tale that is made all the more valuable be- cause of the expertness of cast, Nancy and also stopped by to see direction, and production. Partic- their grandmother, Mrs. Julia ular kudos are due top cast mem- bers Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole. Mrs. Julia Viands Sorry About News Very sorry I was unable to get the news in last week but like the rest of the country we were snow bound. It has been many year.,; since our road was blocked, but thanks to the faithful road men we were soon out again. In Charleston Hospital I received a card from Mrs. Laura Popkins who is in the Charleston Rehabilitation Hospi-I tal and she says she was takenI therapy treatments and liked iti real well up there wnere there were about five hundred pa- tients. She didn't know how long she would have to stay to be fit- ted with artificial limbs. We all hope she can soon be back home. Hospital Patient Mrs. Margaret Williams re- mains a patient in the General Hospital but is improving and hopes to be back home in a cou.. pie of days. Mr. Hall Thompson who has been very ill also is im- proving at his place near the Bloomery. Mrs. Agnes Nickerson, of Front Royal, spent the weekend with her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Arm- strong and son. Mr. and Mrs. tester Ott were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs. James Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and family, of Leetown, spent last weekend with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spear, of Berkeley Springs, and was snow bound until Tuesday. Mr. Milton Popkins, of Kable- town, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, of Shenandoah Junction, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daugh- ters, Joyce and Bonnie. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son, Marvin, and daughters, Gaselia and Linda were Friday night call- ers upon her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and fam- ily in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and cl ildren, Donna, Tam- mie and David, of Leetown, wereI callers Thursday evening of herL Mental Health Group parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert! Viands aand daughters, Mary and See Film Tuesdw Viands. 52nd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hough, of Morgantown, called me Friday evening after they received their Advocate ,to learn why my news wasn't in the paper, and while talking to me. Clifton mentioned that they had recently celebrated their fifty-second wedding anni- versary. I told him I would put it in my news. tie lived in our town before going to Morgantown some fifty years ago Mrs. Hough was Miss Roberta Lloyd, of Rip- pon. Clifton has been on the Council up there for many years. I Oakland M. E. Church was ablet to have preaching and Sunday l School this Sunday. Their preach- er came down from Summit Point. Although too many were not able to get there he preached a fine sermon. Misses Jane and Patricia Riss- ler, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler, flew to Lansing, Mich., last week for Jane to fin- ish in the National College Fel- lowship which is being held at the State University of Michigan. They are flying back tomorrow. Jane goes to Shepherd College, and I want to wish her the best of luck. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker and two children, of Manassas, Vs., spent Sunday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson. Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were Mr. and Mrs. Wolford, of Kabletown. She is the niece of Mrs. Rissler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and daughter, Judy, of Middleway, were Sunday callers on the lat- ter's mother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Saturday night callers were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hodges and neph- ew, Gregory Viands, of Kearneys- ville. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton, of Warrenton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marcas and two children, of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Magaha and daughter, of ,Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and two children, near town Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Painter, of Kearneysville, were callers Sunday of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Milton. Mr. Glenn Viands spent Satur- day night and Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Ada Jackson, at Marlowe. Night Episcopal Parish House in Charles Town instead of the Hil- leary House as previously an- nounced. Mrs. H. H. Hunter said in an- nouncing the change in the place and date of the meeting that the members will now be privileged to see a film on alcoholism enti- tled "Bill W's Story." This film is a moving account of a man's victimized experiences of life. It will be shown by the Charles Town Chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Rev. Allen Bartlett, presi- dent of the Mental Health Asso- ciation, will preside for a short business meeting preceding the showing of the film. Attend Church Sunday Mrs. Georgia Pearl Well, it's winter, and a real one. I did witness a winter forty years ago while in Indiana some- thing like this. It was thirty be- low zero, and for one week we just couldn't get out. But with the assistance of our good neigh- bors here we are now and so very thankful for their service. Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Wilt were dinner guests Friday of their un- cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Sorry to hear our dear friend Mrs. Sara Garrett, is on the sick list. Best wishes, hope you will soon be able to be about again. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett were visitors Saturday with the latter's sister, Mrs. Elmer Jen- kins, of Round Hill, Va. Mr. Ronnie Garza and Mr. Mearle Wilt and Herman Garrett were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Very sorry to hear of Mrs. How- ard Wilt being a patient in Charles Town General Hospital. She was taken quite ill at her home and thte ambulance came and rushed her to the hospital. Our best wishes to you for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grove and family were dinner guests Sunday of the former's grandfa- D.C., were visitors Saturday with their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Garrett. Mrs. George Talton and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jackson and family, of Rockville, Md., vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jack- son over the weekend. Mrs. Margie Garrett, Mrs. James Jenkins and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt andI !Mrs. Edith Garrett visited Mr. I and Mrs. G. C. Pearl this past week. I i Mrs. Clayton Talton and son, t Albert, of Hamilton, Vs., weret dinner guests Sunday of the for-! mer's son and family, Mr. and" SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FSBRUARY 10, 1966 B---7 Mrs. George Talton and Mrs. Georgia Piper. WAYSIDE GARDEN CLUB TO HAVE RUMMAGE SALE The Wayside Garden Club will hold a rummage sale Friday and Saturday, Feb. 11 and 12 in the J. Russell Fritts Building on Washington Street in Charles Town. It will be in the building formerly occupied by Merchant- Noland. Hours will be Friday from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. and Sat- urday from 10 a.m. until 5 p,m. GO TO CHURCH SUNI)AY READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE n oil Iron Fireman CUSTOM Mark oil furnace y~mr ll~u~g ~ Tim Best! SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 with VoluMetric Combustion SOOT... NO SMOKE... it just makes HEAT I II Mr. Lester Viands and wife, and ther, Mr. C. W. Hawk and aunt, son, Jackie, came down from Mrs. Nettle Staubs. Romney on Saturday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. James Zombro visit his mother and son, Glenn, were visitors for several days of Glenn leaves next Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers, Ks- the Service so Saturday was his bletown. last day at the Western Auto Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Danner where he has been since gradua- and family, of Hamilton, Va., tion three years ago. He will were visitors Tuesday evening of spend most of this week with his Mr and Mrs John Danner and parents in Romney. His parents Mrs Rosie Vilt. remained down for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Longer- PHONE 725-7021 -- saw mill, stone crusher, etc., complete machinery from Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson beam and family, of Washington, and family, of Charles Town, large farm operations, spent Sunday wfth Mr. and Mrs. [ Note--In addition to tractors, etc. above listed, the remaining Melvin Tomlin and family. [ ,factors, manure spreader, loader, etc. will be sold March 17th. Mr and Mrs. William Wood-[ Vhen dairy herd will sell. G, E. Appliances ward" and family, OfvisitorsBakertOn,with 1 : .. -, .:. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents, were Thursday night .. /-"'. .Oc:,a SERVIt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry . "'""" ", , .. "" .... %.,.'"'" ,Richard P. Moran, Owners Ashby, and grandson, Bobby. Mrs. . . :.,,,, ,: Woodward and mother visited her " % "." J. Russell AHnutt mother, Mrs Williams at the S','. ,, MMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer | [IT[RS Charles Town General Hospital. erase .. II. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk Mr. Marvin Smallwood and . i : : ..... , ..... ,." .. callers on his mother, Mrs. Maude .- ; Lunch Rights Reserved Old Dominion daughters were Saturday evening ..... , Feb. Apphance Co. Smallwood. Marvin is on a week's " "'":-" .... vacation from Newton Baker Hos- " Z Phone 725-2811 pital where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts W. WASHINGTON ST. spent Sunday with their daugh- Charles Town, W. Va. ter, Mrs. Doris Herndon and daughter, Melody, in Ardmore Md. DlsconUnuine farming and dairying and having rented my I I H II II Miss Susan Rissler was home farm for money rent, I will sell on premises bat kof Rosemont ' ' over the weekend from Keyser about mile N. Brunswick, in Frederick County, Maryland, on: State College with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler. She Friday, February 18, 1966 - 11:00 A.M. returned on Sunday evening. TO, WIT: NOTICE 45--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--45 To Whom It My Concern: TWenty.two are milk cows, mostly Holsteins, several now Notice is hereby given that Jeff- fresh, six due by sale time and five springers, balance in full erson County Community Anten- aiik. na Television has requested a franchise from the Corporation Five bred Holstein heifers, Holsteins except one Brown Swiss of Charles Town to construct and We added new bushings and heifer, all ages. operate a television signal trans- Three bulls, one service age, 2 small bulls, mission system commonly referr- softened body-to-frame mounts ed to as Community Antenna Tel- to smooth Chevrolet's ride. We Iterd is T. B. and Bangs accredited and certified and 30 - evision (CATV) in the City of Ytest. Answer: when you replacc thre Charles Town, West Virginia. put in soft-acting shock FA RM MACHINERY, Etc. or more separate fire-theft- Permission is specifically re- absorbers and soft-working coil liability policies with ONE quested to conduct a television springs at every wheel. By soft, tractor with less than 2,000 hours, good condition. FordHomeowners Policy from The signal transmission system within harrow good as new, bush and bog harrow new, 3 sect- Hartford Insurance Group.the City and to construct or use, though, we don't mean mushy. Mc-D sprlngtooth harrow like new, rubber tire low down This outstanding package of with permission of the owners, Chevrolet's Way makes for a 2 bottom Ford plows, New Holland manure spreader, protection gives youall-around any utility poles as are now erected or may hereafter be erect smooth, solid ride. Very steady Holland Model 68 Super Hayliner baler, NH 7 ft. mower, coverage.., greater conveni- ed upon public rights-of-ways on curves. A bump jumps from bar rubber tire hay rake, Oliver corn planter with ferti, enc . . . probably can save within the and to attach, City the Wide-Stance wheels to the ,,, r attachments, JD Van Brunt 10 disc drill, Smoker 34 ft. you money. S us today for maintain and operate therein ra er on wheels, manure I ator with motor, 2 bbL portable spy details, serial cables, and associated ap- supple springs and shocks--and ader, potato planter, McDeerlng hydraulic cylinder, feed paratus for the purpose of dis- pffftl It all but disappears, , ek, other farm items, tributing Television and FM DeLaval milker units, strainers, can rack, wash tank, 2 sets radio signals in the City. A hear- Soft contoured new Strato.bucket Wart clippers, feed cart, 2 fence units, posts, wire, forks, ing will be had on said applicat- front seats come standard in ion before the Council in Its Super SportsforrelaxJngonlfort small items. t EDS: All baled hay, straw, feeds and silage left by sale chambers in Charles Town on on every trip. Monday, Feb. 21st, 1966, at 7:30 R P.M. MS--CASH: On day of sale. Not responsible for accidents Corporation of Charles Town Premises. Jan. 20-4-t. by Mayor & Council UIRli ,,, WILIAAM N. ROELKEY PHONE 725-2211 IlffRRT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer m q, 5I. ALEXANDER, Clerk Lunch by Ladies of Brownsville Church of the Brethren Feb. 10-1t- .. 1[ -" = Guaranteed fuel saving. This new Iron Fireman furnace has proved so exceptionally economical that we, as a deaier, can guarantee that it wi/l'cut your fi el oil bills by a substantial amount. Phone for a free survey of your heating system and a guaranteed fuel savings figure for your home. 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