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February 10, 1966

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I JOIN OUR 1966 CHRISTMAS CLUB! It's the easiest, surest, most popular way for you-and other members of your family -to save ahead for Christmas gifts, par- tie , trips, and other year-end expenses! No dues or fees.., just fifty simple weekly deposits. Drop by and join our 1966 Club NOW! A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 31/2 Percent on Savings Accounts NK II I II II .11 I Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Helping Hand of W.X.V.A. I like to take this opportunity to thank W.X.V.A. in behalf of all the listening area for all the in- formation on the blizzard and how to contact for emergency help. Also for cooperation of the neighbors in helping one another to survive until road conditions were made better. St. John's Episcopal Sunday School of Rippon took the oppor- tunity on Sunday to give out per- fact attendance awards. Those re- ceiving them were: Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, 25th year; II i ' II I I II i SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director 304 West Washington St. Phone 725,5321 -Day - Night I I III Ir ..........J Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove are parents of a daughter born on February 1 at the Charles Town General Hospital. Both mother and baby are doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DU bar errt the weekend in Front Royal, Va., with Mr. and Mrs. Colin Dunbar and son. Mrs Annie Grove and Mrs. Ada Cogle" were on the sick list the past week and under doctor's care. Both are feeling better at this writing. Home on Furlough Mr. Coley White who is serving in the United States Army sta- tioned iri Colorado spent a fur- lough with his brother and fam- ily, My. and Mrs. Don White. Along with Miss Judy Cogle he spent the past weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman White and family in Wiley Ford. He returned to camp on Tuesday. (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR-.- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Mr. Roy Purr, of Hagerstown, Md., was in Charles Town last Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and Sandra, of Armel, Va., visited Mrs. Lupton's parents, Mr. and with a good demand for all prime Mrs. Alton Grove on Sunday. calves and commercial cows. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wisenber. Features of sale were prime I ger, and family, of Jefferson, Md., calves top, 45.25;commercial visited the former's parents, Mr. cows, 19.75. and Mrs. Tom Wisenberger, on Has Been in Hospital Choice butcher steers, none; Sunday. good butcher steers, 24.00 to Mrs. Hazel Staubs was a patient 25.50; plain to medium steers, in the Charles Town General Hos- 20.00 to 23.75; choice butcher pital for several days after a bad heifers, 24.50 to 25.10; good attack of asthma. She is at home butcher heifers, 21.50 to 24.00; feeling much better, plain to medium heifers, 18.00 to 21.00; good bulls, 22.00 to 23.75; plain to medium bulls, 18.00 to 21.50; commercial cows, 18.50 to 19.75; utility cows, 17.00 to 18.00; canners and cutters, 16.50 down; cows by the head, none; stocker and feeder steers, 23.00 to 25.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head, up to 135.00. Choice to prime calves, 40.00 to 45.25; good butcher calves, 35.00 to 39.75; medium butcher calves, 30.00 to 34.75; thin calves, 29.75 down; heavy calves, 28.00 to 33.00. Grade lambs, choice spring, 31.35; grade Iambs, choice wool Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove 30.10; grade lambs, medium, and children, of Neersville, Va., 27.00; butcher ewes, 10.00 to spent the weekend with the lat. 14.00; stock ewes per head, none. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Good butcher hogs, 29.00 to Wilson, Sr. 29.75; medium butcher hogs, 28.00 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and tb 28.75; heavy butcher hogs, children, of Brunswick, Md., 26.75 to 27.75; butcher sows, 21.00 spent several days with the for- to 24.00; heavy feeders and light mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.H.butcher hogs, 27.50 to 28.50; Rodgers and family, shoats per hundred, 31.00 down; pigs per head, up to 19.00; boars, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Painter 21.00 down; sows and pigs, up to and children moved from a house $89.00. of Mrs. Leona Staubs to the trail, j Mlseclaneous Sales Start 11:00 er of Mr. Marshall Grove. I A.M.---Llvestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs, Each Monday. of Charles Town, were Saturday ~--~_ :: _.~ -_ ~-: guests of Mr. Leslie Kellison. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter and Lucille Cogle were Saturday evening visitors Mrs. Mary B. Purr with Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Mannings.. ~~ - -~ :-- - - - Mr. and Mrs. George Talton The Leetown Home Demonstra- and children and Mrs. Georgia tion Club will meet Wednesday, Piper, of Chestnut Hill, were Sun- February 16, at the home of Mrs. day evening guests of Mr. and F. P. Owens, Sr., at 10:30 with a Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. ~ potluck dinner. Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dun'bar have way, spent Saturday and Sunday returned home to the Hatchery at her home here. Tommy Staubs from Ohio. of Mannings was her guest, t Mr. and Mrs. Burgin Goodson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of near Charles Town, were re. and son, of Dargan, Md., were cent visitors with Mrs. Viola Sunday morning in the snow Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Stewart Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus, Sr., 23rd storm from a week's vacation in and children, on Saturday eve- ylearl Mrs. Harry Nicodemus, Jr., Key West, Fla. 12th year; Jonathan Whittington, Mrs. Henry Baker and Mrs. iing. Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Stewart 9th year; and Dennis Whitting- Charles Strider were recent ton, 7th year. 'guests at the apartment of Mrs. Sgt. Harold Carter who has been stationed at Camp Le Jeune for six months, accompanied by his wife, and two sons, Michael Anthony, and Jeffrey Bryan and his sister, Mrs. Lowell F. Eusey arrived Thursday at the home of Mr. Carter's mother and step- father. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- valo. Sgt. and Mrs. Carter and family and Mrs: Eusey were stranded in Winchester, Va., in the snowstorm. They were house guests for two days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman, of WincheSter, Va. Sgt, Carter will leave in ten days for Rhode Is. land for sea duty. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pope and two sons, Rickey and Garland Wayne, of Berryville, were recent guests at the hom of Mr. Sunday guests of the former's Chapman. parents of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Mary Bruce Purr was a Everhart. caller recently on Mrs. Viola Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart and daughter, and Mr. Sammy Stew- art, of Bakerton, were guests of and children were Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart in Bakerton. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and family were Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson, of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and children, of Chestnut Hill. ILICTRI Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5113 LOW If your auto insurance limits are "too low" you could be in for a sudden ~olt. Jury verdicts have ecome more liberal in re- cent years and what may have been adequate pro- tection years ago may not be today. Let us check your policy and explain the low costs of higher limits. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1966 Mrs. Dorothy Shade and chil- dren were visitors Sunday after- noon of her mother, Mrs. Cora Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and family, of Martinsburg, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove on Sunday. Regular preaching service Sun- day morning, February 13, at the Methodist Church by the pastor, ReD. C. S. Reckley, at 9:45; Sun- day School at 10:45. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Dunba son, of Front Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs Ed Dunbar re Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martinsburg, were visitors day afternoon with Mr. and Marion Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furl" Kim, of Charles Town, Storm Sunday evening with Mary Bruce Furr. Heat that extra room the modern, economical way with a miEr~l.El:! MarkI BASEBOARD HEATER Missed full-skirt. ed Dacron poly- ester crepe woven paJ plaids. Economical. Operates with typical gas economy. Each baseboard heater has its own thermostat for automatic, controlled comfort. Gives wide distribution of gentle warmth. Heats instantly. Stylish. Siegler baseboard heaters take almost no usable floor space. Blend well anywhere. Ideal for add-on rooms, closed-in porches. breezeways, attics, recreation rooms and sleeping rooms. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hamilton and daughter, Anne Eugenia, and Miss Libby Ring went by train Saturday, February 5, to Wash- ington, D. C., to see the "Ice Ca. pades," at the Washington Coli- seum. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Pope and three daughters, Betty Jo, Becky Lynn, Nancy Gay and Miss Eynon Kibler returned on Westinghouse .Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES - WASHERS , RADIOS REFRIGERATORS . TELEVI SIONS APPLIANCE CENTER Dial 725'5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. V& J. Straith Briscoe. Recuperating at Home Mr. Tom Sowers has returned to his home in Ranson where he recuperating after being a pa- tient in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus were Mr. Perry Nicodemus, Sr., and son, Roger Lee Mr. Perry Nicodemus, Jr., and son, Perry Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicode- muM, Jr., Mr. and Mrs David Ni- codemus and daughter, Lesa I Kaye, and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch and three children, Pat, Michael, and Sara Kaye. of Round Hill, Va., were Saturday night supper guests at the home of Mrs. Mar- garet Payne. Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughter, Debbie, were house guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Car- roll. Miss Ruth Rogers "Smith, a stu. dent at University of West Vir- gima, returned to Morgantown on Sunday after spending her mid.semester holidays with a for. mer roommate at the univedsity, Miss Judith Edmonds, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Edmonds, of Sparta, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dillow and two daughters, Lesa Dillow and Kathy Frye, of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McDonald were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland McFillen. Celebrates llth Birthday Franklin Woodrow Adams, Jr., celebrated his llth birthday with a party given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams, at their home on Saturday, Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward Hetzel returned on Sunday to the University of West Virginia, Mor. gantown, where Mr. Hetzel is tak- ing graduate work. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzell and also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt, of Millville, are proud parents of a baby girl born in the Charles Town General Hospital January 23, The family consists of three children now, one boy and two girls. Mrs. Greenwalt is the for- mer Izetta Cogle, daughter of Mr. Insurance, and Real Estate Easy to install. Siegler baseboard heaters have a sealed combustion chamber, use no room air; rest on the SIEGLER QUALITY PRODUCTS floor and are directly vented through any outside wail. No chimney, no electricity needed. the SIEGLER Baseboard Heater soon/ FAIRFAX BLVD. -- PHONE 725-2921 -- CHARLES TOWN m .... SUPERTANE GAS .... USE YOUR CONVENIENT CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. GOOD IN ANY PENNEY STORE ANY WHER SAVINGS EVENT SO AFFORD TO MISS HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF SPRING-SUMMER STYLES! ,k FAMOUS NAME FABRICS FROM THE COUNTRY'S TOP MILLS! ,k SUMUNERS! SHIRTDRESSES! A-LINERS! 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