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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 17, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 17, 1966

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MRS. THOMAS bILLOW Lancaster, 67, of 208 North West] Collegian Phyllis Propps and the Rev. Millard E. Williams, pus- ility during the 7 to 9 hours on SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Mrs. Gladys M. billow, of Win- i Street, Ranson, who died Wednes- Charlotte Shiflett were invested tor, as follows: Frzday. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 day morning in Charles Town with their red stolles by Colleg- Leetown Church activities for The liorary will however, be chester, Va., died last Sunday at 1General Hospital The Rev. John inns Gertude Prain and Elaine the period Feb. 20-26: her home. open Monday through Saturday Mr and Mrs Joh-u p~.~ .~, ~.., ~,..-- , ~,:_,.^_ tr, Mrs. billow was born in Clarke C. Ryan, rector of St. Peter's Mahone. Announcement was also Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Char- from 1 p m. until 5 p m it was ... - . ." . .... ~ .... , v, t ~,a,~ ~,,y ~. ~,mu~, ,,, County, Oct. 31, 1915, the daugh- Catholic Church in Charles Town made that the mid-winter Confer- les Whittington, Superintendent.stated. ' " " ~nenanaoan12, a girl, TeresaJUnctin'Elise. february ] ham,FerrY'Ranson;Rt" 2: Mrs.Mrs DorisMary E. J' ter of the late Frank M. Tinsman will officiate and burial will be ence would be held next year in Worship service at 11, the ser- " " made in Edge Hill Cemetery. The Berkeley Springs. men to be "Old Clothes Patched." WnMA~ ,aT'~ Mr. and Mrs. Richard L Burns, [ ello ttalltown; Mr (~rthur A and Ella Smallwood Tinsman ...... ...... She was married to Thomas W RSmaorYria~dlbensa~ld a~ithmeeSn~thl Academy of Friendship Chair- Monday - 7:30 p m.-Young "BA'~r'~'Q~'a~'~.'~u~,,'~, Jefferson, Md., February 12, a[ands HarpersFerry, Rt. 1;1 ......... o~r,L,~z boy, Clarence Richard. ]er Brent M. Jenkins, Haz MRS. D. COLEMAN LYNE billow, who survives. " . - man, Audrey McCarty announced Peoples class meeting at Pastor- The Charles Town Senior We-SURGICAL [Ferry; Mr. Nelson L. Palmer, After an illness of several Sh^ o.~erated th~ di..~. ,__ r, evening (Thursday) at 8 p.m. that the annual Academy Meet-]uim. months Mrs. Florine Mayo Lyne W Pelumlv Lumber Co'mLnanU~ aX-t -~h~ne a eceasetl was .oorn .in ing would be held on Sunday, I Wednesday- 7:30 p. m.- Choir man s Club will sponsor a bakeM-- ~i .......... I Harpers Ferry; Mrs Sally r~ x~ ta A-~ xlowell, ~narles . " ~ lie died. . Thursday,., ... Feb. 10, in. Win-. i--"woouormge" anu- attenaect'- ':" " "'-me lames t ounty, lvl.a.,. zarcn May 22rid. All Chapters to be noti-t practice (Juniors) Herbert Purr, sale Saturday, Feb. 19, at the. xown;" " Mrs" ~aue"" ...... Jenmns, nan- I Painter, .Harpers Ferry; Mr. ~l' chester, va. ~ne was a native oi Bantist Church at Bluemonta u~,a son ol t.n.e late James ~. fled at a later date. County t Director; 7:30 p. m. - Prayer ser- Jefferson Hardware store m, i- ~ ....... IM. Corbm, Harpers Ferry, i son; Mrs Jmla v J~anaers ttan- n-I Middleway and was horn April i :- .. .Jen.~ms ~,aneaster. : Health meeting will be held at[ vice. Charles Town, beginning at 10 a ~. ".._ ; . - [Douglas W Barren Rlppo .... zt, ......... x~o, a uaugmer or" ~,r.,,a,~er .... t .......... m aduition to her mother and e ]s survweu t)y his wize, lwrs. the Civic Center I Summit Point events for them. There will" be homemade;1._.lvlrs" xneresa... _ t~. .... Longeroeam,[Alton B Carter," Knoxvl' "lie, ~ Ru,wo~, ~,,~ r o .... ,at,,,, try., ~ nusoana, sue ~s sure,yea oy mree Mamie Lancaster, at the home; All members "of the Cha"ter t period of Feb. 20-26. " Ha ~town; ~v~ss Janme a rrencn, " Clan, ......................... ~- ~ . . cakes, pros, rolls, candy and also ..... ;~ .... [Mrs Mabel D. Perks, . ............................~,tt R.~,~, u~, ~,,h,,~a moa s~ep-children,Jr Thomas W. billow, ....... one son., ................. Dr. J. Roy Lancaster, are invited to attend the danceP I Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. cookms." CnarmSHar_ict ng, lown;t~narmsiVirSTown. ~,tnel~t... L~;..ITown;t ...... ' Mrs. Mary ..... M. ~-'-l~IMah~' l,in nnddlorlnnin,tmlVth,~., ~.m."hi~a~...,-'""'""'Beam'" ~t "ttyfLouSeattle'DeBoseWashingtn'of Tampa, Fla.,Mrs" oz Dr~ugeporq w. va.; a ~z~Ler, t tO .......... oe nelCl at me Moose riome;;" on [ Lee Allen Drisb, Superintendent; a........ MlSS Debra D. Runkles, Knoxwlle,'" I HannZ x~noxwHe,charles~(Z.;Town.~Wr.Mrsrta~,ll~ Mrs. Ralph Barger of Ranson; and ................ 1 Worship at 7:30 p. m., the sermon attend ( hurch undaV Md, Rt Mrs Sally K Itnyre,/ . ;: ...... '... : --'g'h~"~r,z'~"~" "~,'~h~,:'~ "~.",'~, I and Mrs. Bonnie Sue Ricker of ---*~'-- ~ .................. ~unoay mgnt ~r~m ~ Ul ~ o cioc~ "i",'.,~1"~~,,i'~, ............. Kearneysville, one sister, Mrs a b ....... , ~uw,t~u ~..c.~ez, o~ ........ to be "Old Clothes Patched." ,o ,I .. " :_ .._" .. ." . l arct t;. ~ott, t;naries lowu. ..... -~0-. ~wo ~r~,ud~u~h~,~ o,~ - - . ~ " -- ",' Tuesday - 7:00 p. m. - Mission- E Grove, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. t ~ EPshe"was ";orm~erl a member of Irene Fowler of Winchester threea- p ..... ,,,,,,=,_n,,--~,,_" ...... o~"# ,,~=~""""~" ......... auu-"~ .el~new~"^"~'"'"-'~" wasUntu, wontUrmer, oyLulantlce~toneDrTne .meet'prize J~runswlcK, lvlla.; Mrs. Constance [ .... : y . .. brothers, Harvey Tinsman of also survive mg adjourned to meet again on ary organizations; 8:00 p. m. -- _,, I Peggy J. Littleton, Ranson; Mrs. I tcneticJe~e[:~ive t;un~y,2em~ Orange, Russell Tinsman of Berry .... . TUesday Feb. 22nd, for the reg- AllenChir Drish,practiceDirector.(Adult)' Mrs. Lee ! BntDITJl I I I I tl Earl Price, Shenandoah Junction; iSCOTT & WHITE ..... ~o.,,,~tev, a ville, and Marvin Tinsman of Win ~nura~r~ mav~,~D ~., ....... l ular business meeting Delicious ~ ss~ ~Rm [m__t] 1~1~ Mrs. Emma L. Hughes, Harpers ] memoer o~ me r~astern Star ann c t,,- ~,a ......... ,~,.~, "~ ...... v ...... ,,a~,~ i refreshments were served by Thursday . 7:30 p. m. - Prayer | UA.~-- ,~ L I Ferry; Mr. Norman D. Greenfield,[Ethical PharmacistS of the Order of the King's Daugh- hes?s:'.Y," .... :~'" ~" .......... ".'~'.~" runerat services were neta on~ Chairman and Committee in bervice. ...... vuueraz services were conuuct | ~]1-1~ ~] Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Elizabeth[ PHONE 725 2182 ters of ~erryviim, v a ~ne was ed thl ....... - Tu:~:ay, l~tp2stPch~rcf:~m tEhde" charge o s azternoon (rnursaay) at I ...... ~~ I L. Smith, Charles Town. / " b ~hem~laStnf heravgeesnervate'~a~ of her 1:30 at the Jones Funeral Home ward Taylor Winkler, 65, well-I ~ . f the~= program., . C~arJes Town LJbra~ ~ ~IEDICAL / CHARLES TOWN, W. V tn ~,,,~:. o s n e es in Winchester, Va. by the Rev. known farmer of Route 1 Kearn-I ~ervltes r0r Leet0wn, OBTE"'~ ~" Mr. Arnold E. Painter, Charles / No. 150 000 Dr. Falnil~ -,.~, ,~, ...... G. Raymond Womeldorf. eysville, who died unexpectedly/ W~H Not Be Open OH .... ~a~ Town; Mr. Melvin T. Turner, of |~"- ri-t~ ~ervices were conducted in Friday in- Leitersburg, Md. Thel ~,,~,J,& I),l,& D----L%.~ Mr. and Mrs. RObert F. Rick-Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mr. Albert/ when...your presc Grace Church, Middleway, Satur- JOSEPH ROY LANCASTER Reverend Millard Williams, of the] ,)UlI|II||I l'UlllI DIIp|I~[ ard, Kearneysville, Rt. 1, Febru- C. Rust, Charles Town; Mrs. Dor- [ oears tins lanei you day morning at 11 o'clock by the Funeral services will held on Leetown Baptist Church, offici-I Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. Tom- Mrs. Margaret L. Caniford, Mill-/ best that the science Rev. William H. Kieldsing, and Friday morning at 11, from the ated. Burial was made in Edge i r~,~eh,~e A~,~ Ann^.n#,~l Friday Night Anymore ary 10, a boy, Thomas Wayne. I othea M. Jenkins, Martinsburg;/ you will benefit from burial was in the churchyard. Smith Memorial Funeral Home Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. ~*.~,nb~ ~ /~tlll|vUlll,~U The Charles Town Public Li- lin, Charles Town, February 11,, ville; Mr. Claude W. Jenkins, Mar-[ can -- in Charles Town, for Joseph Roy The deceased was born in Jeff- Services for the Leetown and brary will not be open on Fri- a boy, Scott Alan. ~tinsburg; Mrs. Dorothy V. billow, erson County, May 23, 1900, a son day evening in the future since Mr. and Mrs Mervin M. Part- Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mr. John t of the late Edward Lee and Ida Summit Point Baptist Churches in the past there has been a very lett, Gaithersburg, Md., February Strother, Harpers Ferry; Mrs.]~O To Church 'Edith M. Lloyd, Charles Town; Reserve Your Southern States Spring Seeds NOW ! Protect yourself. If a seed shortage develops next spring, you're guaranteed your share of the Southern States variety you reserve now. 2s,- time. Avoid the rush next spring, the last- mtaut pla Ing time. Having your sv ds, ready to go, will ease the presStire. No depositr quLrvd. Let Ih Help You Get Tho Most From Your Seed Dollar CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE DIAL 725-2212 RANSON, W. VA. Mac Whittington Winkler. He were announced Wednesday by little or no patronage of the fac- 11, a girl, Michelle Denise. owned and operated his own farm for years He was a member of the Leetown Baptist Church and the Trilumnar Lodge No. 117, A. F. and A. M. of Middleway. His wife, Mrs Pearl V. Wink- ler. died some time ago. He is survived by four sons--- EdWard B. Winkler Memphis, Tenn., Franklin T. Winkler, of Martinsburg, John L. Winkler, of Newport News, Va.; Douglas A. Winkler, Route 1, Kearneysvi]le; eight grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Poland. Texas; a brother, Abner Winkler, Martins- burg and a number of nieces and nephews. SAMES R. WHITTINGTON James R. Whittington, died Monday February 7, in Pensaeola, Fla. He was a native and former business man of Charles Town. He had made his home in Florida for the past forty years but visit- ed Charles Town each summer until the last several years, when his health would not permit him to travel, Mr, Whittington was born in Jefferson County July 14, 1873, son of Joseph A. and Hannah E. Whittington. Survivors inelude one daughter, Mrs. Ola May Bry- ant in Pensacola, one grandson and several great grand children in Alabama and several nieces and nephews in Charles Town. Services and burial were conduct- ed Wednesday in Pensacola. Women Of Moose Have Hospital Chapter Night In Charles Town The Women of the Moose met at the Moose Home on Tuesday night at 8 p. m. This being Hos- piba'l Chapter night, Marie White the chairman, was in charge of the program. After. the enrollment of one new member, several activities of the Chapter were discussed. The annual mid-winter Confer- ence was held in MartinSburg on Sunday, February 6th. Yo r So.thern States Cooperative Agency ASSORTED POLY UNBREAKABLE HOUSEWARE NEEDS Reg. 1.19 each qt. pail, stacking bin, 28 qt. rectangular wastebasket, divided and deep dish pans. Lightweight, durable poly plastic in white and kitchen gay colors. 2-G. E. ELECTRIC I REWER SALE PRICE Regularly 24.95 CANNON BATH s '*2 92 PRICE 05 Regularly 69e 3-ELECTRIC KITCHEN SALE PRICE Values To 14.95 1.98 Girls Flannel Pajamas 92c I 2.98 Ladies Flannel Pajamas 1.42 GIRLS CORDUROY SIZES 7 TO 14 SALE PRICE Regularly 2.98 GIRLS Q-UILTED :,,, SALE PRICE RegularLy 3.98 GIRLS ...... CORDUROY S ACKS SIZES 4 TO 12 SALI PRICE Regularly 1.49 1.00 Ladies Blouses 67c 9.99 Men's Quilted Jackets 5.00 1.59 7.98 Boys Sport Shirts 87c Men's Sweaters 5.00 TEFLOI IRONING BOARD PAD, COVER II Scorch-resistant Tel. Ion wipes dean. Con- tour tailored for wrin: kle-free fit. LUSH CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES Reg. 59c Famous brand. Delici- ous cordialed cherries Ln rich, quality choco- late. 12-oz. box. | CUr YOURSELF A ..... DURING ..... GEORGE WASmNGTON BIRTHDAY SALES ON MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES ALSO GREAT REDUCTIONS IN OUR BIG LINE OF: mm rs. 'BIG REDUCTIONS IN LADIES *SWEATERS Hill-Dale,Shopping Center -- Phone 725-7621 PLENTY OF F-R-E-E PARKING -- NO METERS PINWHALE REGULARLY 84e BIRTHDAY SPECIAL COTTON PRINTS VALUES TO 39 YD. BIRTHDAY SPECIAL BROKEN SIZES MEN'S TWILL REGULARLY 2.98 BIRTHDAY SPECIAL WOOL REGULARLY 1.98 BIRTHDAY SPECIAL WHITE REGULARLY 10e BIRTHDAY SPECIAL BROKEN SIZES MEN'S TWILL REGULARLY2.98 BIRTHDAY SPECIAL MOLDED FORM FIT REGULARLY 3.98 BIRTHDAY SPECIAL 4 STURDY PLASTIC 6 VOLT POWER BEAM LANTERN I Reg. 1.98 Ideal for use in the home, car, Ix t or at camp. 6 eel| power beam lantern 'made of heavy, durable plastic. rour choice of green or ivory, METAL UTILITY REGULARLY 11.98 BIRTHDAY SPECIAL COME TO NEWBEI RYS TO CELEBRATE THIS GREAT ONCE A YEAR EVENT SALE CELEBRATION BEGINS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18th THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19th