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t pital, Brunswick, Md. Garland i DeLauder a life long resident of I t Harpers Ferry. I ) 40 YEARS AGO-- 1921 O0 p. r~ ......... MARRIED: At the home of the ;day --from Tile ~Hes oI lne--- bride's sister in Pittsburgh, Pa. ~enesis ~IRIT ~1~ 1E FERSO r FARMERS Anv~JCATE Miss Hattie Douglass Brown, for- tb Scot~ .......... - .... merly of Charles Town to Mr. p. m. By'--Mrs June (Slusherl Bohrer Arch Weythe Smith of Culpeper, ks at ~'"~ x ........ ....... Va.; at Summit Point by the Rev. ,mation~ W. M. Compton, Leon White of rage at 10 YEARS AGO -- 1951 ~ gerfield Alfriend, son of Mr. and I Middleway to Miss Ida Pearl Glov Judv Gav Clover dau-h- Mrs. John S. Aliriend o Charles er of Berkeley County. ~Ir. aJnd MJrs. Arthur Glow, Town. DIED: In Lima, Ohio Brent, nnrn~d "Rand Kw~thoart" "------- Engle, a Confederate veteran ........................ n i r Tt)wn High School 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 from this county; ~ Mart nsbu g, student body voted on for the honor. Vivian "Biddy" Dorsey, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Charles Town was most attractive girl at Collezp in the annual Who" Contest. Jack C. Tharpe in the Town Gentral Hospital; O. Bradley of Leetown at Town General Hospit, Rebecca Johnson Wise, wife of Leonard Wise of Town; Mrs. Ada Eichel. a native of Shepherdstewn home of her nephew, Wel Hutt0n in Washington, D. E. James at his home Mrs. Harris Bell of Town announce the mar- of her daughter Miss Beat. Peer to Earl Sea- Berryville, Va. and Mrs. Edward L. DuPuy Martinsville, Va. announce of their daugh- Little to Mr. John Dam DIED: At the home of his dan- Mrs. Elizabeth Horn, formerly of ghter, Mrs. Harry Fiscus, Mar- Cherrydale, Va.; Richard B. Roy tinsburg, William R. Emory of formerly of this county; in Mar- me Mmdleway community; at her tinsburg, Mrs. Bettie E. Appell home south of Harpers Ferry, formerly of th~s county. lvirs. Fleda Goode Amsworth; at ~ne home of her brother-m-law, 60 YEARS AGO- 1901 ~ounty t~omm~ssmner, George T. MARRIED: In the Berryville omrley, lvtlss lviargaret ~owen (Va.) Baptist Church by the Rev. ~irantnam a member of one of L. R. Milbourne, William E. My- the county's oldest families, ers, to Miss Alnta C. Conklyn, Empment and tools of the last daughter of James H. Conklyn, remaining blacksmith shops in then living in Clarke County; in the Kametown dmtr~ct, were ad- Phoenix, Arizona, Miss Rosa May vcrUsed t'or sale at public aue- Best of Brucetown, Va. to Wil- ,on. The eqmpment was the prop liam E. Haselton of Congress Jun erty of J. E. W~llingham, who ction, Arizona. .,,,~ ~p~x'aL~u Lne ooziness xor :#0 DIED: In Charles Town Adam years. Bowman; Mrs. Susan Maxwell; Old parishioners and friends of Joseph Mansfield and his son the county were shocked to recei- George the last two dying of pneu ve the news of the death of the monia. i t~ev. John S. Alfriend at his home in Weston, W. Va. The Rev. Mr. Alfriend was Rector of Zion Ep- tscopal Church in Charles Town irom 19132 until 1920, a period o~ 20 years. DIED: In the Schnauffer Hos- 80 YEARS AG() -- 1881 MARRIED:At the bride's home near Darkesville, Berkeley Coun- ty, by the Rev. M. L. Culler, Wil liam N. Buckles of this county to Miss Betty B. Tabler. DR. V ERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYE8 F LAIMI.NKD -- GL&SSE$ FITTED ~lours:--,0:45 - 5:00---Closed Tuesdsy a~d Thursdsl "OPEN EVF~ING~ By Appointment Only. 785 112 S. Chavles St. Chaxlea Town, W. VL 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 MARRIED: In St. Peter's Cath- olic Church by the Rev. Father Kain, John Walsh of Cumberland Md. to Miss Kate L. Tearney dau ghter of Edward Tearney of Har- pers Ferry. Joseph M. Brown and Capt. John Moler, both residents of Dissolving Partnership, We Will Sell the Following Personal located 6 miles N. W. of I~erryville, Va., off Route on Route 632 known as the Crum Church Road, Carike Virginia, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1'961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'Clock A. M. 27 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE 27 3 Holstein Cows, full flow of milk; Guernsey Cow, full flow 0f milk; 4 Holstein Cows, springers; 4 Holstein Cows with ~lVes by side; Guernsey Cow with calf by side; Holstein with 1st calf by.~stde; 2 Holstein Heifers, close springers; Holstein Heifers, bred; 4 Holstein Heifers, 400- 500 IbSk' each; 2 Holstein Calves, 6-months old. 19 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 19 18 Ewes with II Lambs, more to lamb; Earn. All Sheep and 2 years old. 21 - HEAD OF HOGS - 21 $ Spotted Poland China Sows will farrow by s~le day; Hamp- g~re Sow with 7 pigs; Fat Hog, approx. 200 lbs.; 11 Shoats, approx. 75 - 100 lbs. e~ch; 6 Shoats, weight approx. - 50 lbs. each. CHICKENS:--15 Laying Hens. I IISCELLANEOUS :--~00 Locust Post, 7 Ft.; 5 Bushels Potatoes; 8 Sugar Cured Hams and Shoulders, a~nd Other that are not mentioned. TERMS:---CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. W. and W. PARTNERS MORROW a~td THAR~E, Auctioneers. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. PHONE 151-W-12 BERRYVILLE, VA. Lunch Rights ]Dyserved. : l~bruavy 16 - 2t. THINK AHEAD Even the wisest man can't predict his future. But you can think ahead and protect yourself tlnan- cially against accidents. To be sure of an income and extra money to help yoaY medical bills, see us r an ~tna Income Pro- tection policy. H. S. CLOPPER, JR Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Telephone 216 PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. Matinee Saturday & Sunda} 3:00 P. M. I}lseontlnuing Faxming We Will Sell where we reside on the Young Faxm along B~llenger Creed Road, about four South of Frederick in Frederick County, Md., on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. TO-WIT: 65-.-HEAD DAIRY COWS---65 kli axe Holsteins e_~copt one Ayrshire and one Guernsey; are Milk Cows, and 40 will have freshened from January to time of sale, some springers, balance duflng remainder a~d in full flow of milk. Herd is T.B. and Bangs a~d accredited ~nd test will be run again within of sale. I}AIRY EQUIPMENT:---4 Surge Milker Units, 3 corn- wash-up tank, stainless steel tank strainers, de- Stewart Clippers, Oster Clippers, metal feed cart, etc. .......... FARM MACHINERY l~eCormiek-Deering Super M Tractor in good condition good rubber; Oliver 60 Tractor with cultivators; McC.- 7-ft. trailer mower, 2-years old; McCormick-Deerlng liquid manure spreader; tractor ehains. 30-ft. endless DB ensilage cutter, Ontario llx~ disc drill, 2 wheel MeCormiek-Deertng Model 50 T motor mounted bailer, '. 15 1M~cC0rmick-Deering rubber tire side rake, used 2.yeaxs; springtooth harrow, used one season; McC-Eteering Plows, 20 disc heavy duty McC-D. disc haxrow, $ohn 999 corn planter with fertilizer argents and tractor 2 rubber tire low down wagons with fl~t beds, 32-ft. grain ~nd bale elevator; log chains, forks, shovels, and numerous small items needless to be mentioned. A BROAO:MIHOEO LOOK AT LOVE! ~RMS :--CASH on Day of ~ule. MR. & MRS. JOSEPH L. STALEY t lt ERT R. BOWLUS & GLENN ~ TROUT, A, uc nee~tio rs. &-LEXANDEK & SHAW, Clerks. t.a C oU Church. ---- 16 - It. One Show Nightly-- At 7:30 P. M. 'hildren 25e - Adults 50, --- NOW SHOWING -- Phru Saturday, February 18 The Ocean Roars and So Will You! Sunday -Monday - Tuesday February 19, 20 and 21 ERR ROBERT MIT HOM'J[AN SIMMONS Sunday Shows:-3 & 7:30 P.M. Wednesday and Thursday February 22 and 23 ROBERT RYAN. ~.JkI~OLYN JONES RICHARD BURTON Charles Town died. ,and family of Charles Town on M mad Ha: d ^f a ro-l ur Y. . moval of the county seat of Jet- Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. are JRl^eeam gaegv:d ferson County from Shepherds-1going to attend the Red Cross [uav=,~vm ilgOIIIUI town back to Charles Town, the tLuncheon at Charles Town on J latter won by only 21 votes. [February 16. Mrs. Smith is cap- ~l~ [tain of Rippon section. [ ]Mrs. Lawrence Falls ] Mrs. Helen Lawrence had a fall] at her home on Sunday and wasI MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS removed to Charles Town Gener-] _______ al Hospital in an ambulance. At[ Church Service Sunday this writing they were waiting for I St. John's Episcopal Church x-rays. will have their regular preaching Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey, son Way service Sunday morning, Feb. 19 ne and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hesse at 9:30. Sunday School at 10:30. i of Martinsburg. They were also Mr. and M?s. Ray Harris Sr. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Rob and grandson Ray Harris o[ Ra- phine, Va. spent Saturday night with their son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris Jr. of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamb- lin and twin daughters Karla Ann and Paula Lee and son Her- bert Jr. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and fam- ily. Martha and "Chuckle" Adams children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams spent Friday night with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams. Entertained Friends Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd en tertained a group of friends at their home on Saturday evening. Those preesnt were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue. Weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman was Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris Sr. and grandson Ray Harris of Ra- phine, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chamblin ert Leake of Charles Town, were callers of Mr .and Mrs. J. L. Chap man on Sunday. Miss LouiSe Jenkins spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wall and daughter Susan. Had Visit To Florida Mr. H. O. Wilt and Mr. Harry Heskett returned to Rippon on Tuesday night after spending two weeks in Florida. While in Fla. they visited at the homes with Mr. Drew Conklyn, Miami, Flor- ida, Mr. Spiker of Hollywood and Mr. Archie Carroll of Orlando, Florida, Mr. Wilt and Mr. Heskett enjoyed themselves very much and the weather was good and warm while they were in Florida. We would like to have some of that Florida sunshine for about one day. , J. KENNTH ROBINSON J. Kenneth Robinson, well ~known Frederick County, Va., ap- ple grower,, has been re-elected president of the Shenandoah Ap- ple Blossom Festival. This will mark his second term as head of the springtime celebration which this year, is to take place on Ap- ril 27-28-29. The fete executive was graduated from Virginia Poly technic Institute in 1937 and en- tered the Virginia fruit business vith his father, the late Ray Rob- Paul Chapman was a big help mson, prominent fruit grower bulldozing peoples lanes, drive, and processor. ways, out during the snowstorm In addition to heading his own in Kabletown, Rippon, Franklin. apple organization, the Festival town and many other places, president is a director and officer in the Shenandoah Apple Corpor ation, Green Chemical Co., Win- Cary Grant plans three new chester Cold Storage and the R. movies. & T. Packing Corp. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1961 5---B U. N. Assembly gets record red tape. Navy shifting air warning base to Iceland. Try Our Fuel Oil and you're very apt to become a steady user. Phone 375 for Reliable Service. l II U li THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 l IIIII l e $2.50 Per Week The "Master" --America's ftaest wmher, yet It cost only 1189.95. Famy to i1~ for. Holds more; keeps water hot longer; washes fm~r, ~er. Saves work ~a~ ~ it now! CHARLES TOWN 6A5 C0.. INC 114 North Charles St. Charles Town, W. Vs. and sons Rickey and Randy and Mrs. Florence Wood of Wickliffe were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams had the pleasure of their grand- children Debbie and Franklin Adams spending Saturday night with them. Farm Womans Club With a special cake at refresh- ment time reading of the minutes of the first meeting by Miss Paul ine Heflebower, the Rippon Farm Woman's Club celebrated their llth birthday at the home of Mrs. Warren LaRue at 7:30 p. m. Feb- ruary 2. * There are still 10 of the origin- al members on the roll. Mrs. Gar land Heflebower Jr. was the first president and all five past presi- dents were persent. Noted was the fact that the first meeting also fell on February 2. Mrs. Heflebower had the pro- gram, "Home Prepardness" show ing slides and stressing that each member provide her family with a first aid kit before the end of the year. Mrs. Charles Adams Served as co-hostess with Mrs. LaRue. Next meeting to be March 2 at the home of Mrs. Paul Chapman. Mr .and Mrs. Harold Harris and son Carol Walton and their friend Mr. and Mrs. Cidner Geran of New Cumberland, Pa. were din- ner guest at Mr. Harris grandpar ents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman on Sunday. Mrs. Julia Royston of Mil, lwood and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamb- lin and family of Ranson, were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and fam- ily on Tuesday. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope of Berryville, Va. were their daugh- ter and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus and grand- children Ernie Kibler and Wayne Pope. Mothers March Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. and Mrs. Charles Adams were the workers for the Mothers March of Dimes on Tuesday afternoon. They want to thank everyone for their donations. They took up $23.30. Miss Pat Heflebower spent Sat- urday night with a friend Miss Ellen Carroll of Charles Town. Students of Powhatan Day School of Boyce, Va., Eve Brown of Charles Town was lunch guest at Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. at their home "Silver Spring". Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris, son Garol and Mr. and Mrs. Cid- ,ner German of New Cumber- land, Pa. were guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris Jr. MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED LIST PRICES FOR 2-DOOR SEDANS MERCURY METEOR 600 (G Cylinder) CHEVROLET BEL AIR (6 Cylinder) *2384 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE (6 Cylinder) *2389 DODGE DART PIONEER (6 Cylinder) SEE HOW MUCH MORE MERCURY ONES YOU:. 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" wheelbase (longer than those of tbe other cars named) gives you a smoother, more stable, more luxurious ride. Traditional Mercury quality--the kind you'd expect only in costlier ears is now yours in the popular-price range. Mercury gives you more for your money. More luxury, Upholstery is smart, durable country- tweed pattern. The front seat is foam-padded. Cigaret 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 bulged and creases. Choice of top-performing engine. Options include $ highly efficient V-8's or Mercury's first "6". You get up to 15% greater gas mileage. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun ty, West Virginia Clara L. Dignazio, plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 81 Ralph J. Dignazio, defendant The object of the above enti- tled action is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. To the above named Defendant It apearing by an affidavit filed in this action that the said Ralph J. Dignazio is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that he serve upon F. J. Beckwith, Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address is Char les Town, W. Va. an answer on or before the 24th day of March, 1961. If you fail to do so, an Order upon proper hearing, may be tak en against you for the relief pray ed for in the Complaint, at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersign- ed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court February 3rd, 1961. W. M. Jones Clerk,of Com't Feb. 9,1e-2& COME IN TODAY_GET OUR DEAL_THE LIST PRICE IS JUST OUR STARTING POINT East Liberty Street Charles i Town, W. Va.