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t for of the I-hlltown Presbyterian' Saturday of Y[r. John yunlon, gr. Rt. 28 in Montgomery County, Md ion to all other adult classes of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON" FARMERS ADVOCATE [Church officiating, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. George Talton large sale dairy herd, machinery the Church to meel; with the class THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 SECTION---C fll~J~ ] the Rev. Carlyle McDonald pas-' and family and Mrs. Georgia from two farms, cattle and dairy and hear Mr. Lowery on this sub- ~ " ~ __ . Very& ]tor of the Charles Town Presby-tPiper were visitors Sunday with equipment first day. , ~l /terian Church The pallbearers:the litter's son and family, Mr. . , ... ject. All men of the church who _ • o _ .... . . _ ~:l /were Mr. Edwin Clevenger, Mr. ~and Mrs. Paul Garrett. March 2- Staunton Angus Bull do not attend the Yol~efollows The Spirit Of Jefferson Advocate Imm ] Stephen Dalgarn, Mr. Calvin Cos- Mrs Edith Garrett was a din- Sale, Purebred Sale Pavilion, Ver- class are especially invited to be ~r~ ~-~ --1. ~, , /tello, Mr. ttugh Davidson, Mr. I ner guest Sunday of her daugh- end, Va. Sale Manager: Virginia present Sunday morning. --- for very nmg xou t uy --- , v / Alec Costello, and Mr. Earl ~. ter ann famil- Mr and Mrs Nell Angus Association Charlottesville ......... Peacher. Interment was made in l Slusher of R~nson. " " I Virginia. 1O.__ YEARS AGO- 10' town; Shannon D. Gallaher, 59, atlthe Edge Hill Cemetery in I Mr and Mrs George Talton, ...... * *....* .... i MEETYOUR I his horn- in Atlanta Ga /t;nanes Town lvirs, lwomr, ~etterl~,a ~,~a, ~,~"~ars Geor-i~ Pi I marml • - v~rgmm ueremra Clark ~as elected exe i ' .- " ..... ":'----" -^ | known to all her friends as "Miss I v'er were-vis~torsSunda" evenin::t Association Annual Meeting and ' " 40 --- ₯~AKS AbrU --- ~W • ,, • • P J' ve secrethry for the 1956 fairl ] Bettm, will be greatly mlssedf of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Everhart, of~ Banquet, Hotel Roanoke, Roan- Mr, -- Dy an wno Knew ner an~ love(i .. " eke, vlrglma. s. Robert P. McGarry, Jr.,I Snow drifts blocked the county]~., [ SHyer Grove• I * * * ~amed recording secretary, t roads for two days ..... rs H enB)wers of Charles Visitors the past week with Mr , March5 Loudoun Angus Bull i MERCURY MAN ! • .Stuck was relected treas- Mr. and Mrs Clayton Donley/... M •..el ( ., ... : land Mrs: G C. "Pearl were Mr: co1,, l~i~rmmd~ I.o,,~h ....Vh- '. - . • Town, ~v~rs. Margaret ~oo(~waru,! ki and .... ' .... ~ ...... ' ....... ~,,--..- celebrated thew 50th wedding an l and Mrs. James Jen ns " " • " i i ,~hatan Brass & Iron Works Bak o M i - • ~ . gram. Sale Manager. Vn'g n a niversary at their home near t°f erton, and rs: V rgmmtdaughter' Karen. Mrs. Ed,th Gay- An=,,~ Assooicaqnn P.harlotte~- ttUted an employee's pension/Mnlor'c Prn’~ Rnad’ i,~ray, el rlaiitown, atten(mcl an I rot, ~,’ l~o|nro’ Plnor Mr’ .,D--o .--. .,- . .. , v . ~, • " .•. ................ V ..... ' ................. ~"-' ....... Vllle virginia t • A on meeting m the Shenandoah mes Z m ' " " • [ Died: - At her home south ell ............. t James Young, Mrs. Ja o -I , , , I ~ rioter m aaarunsburg on lvmnaay hn Newcomer of Harpers I Shepherdstown, Miss Mary Bane, [ ....... • [ bro and Mrs• Nettie Stattbs. ] Mar~h -~ "Vir=;-io ~,-,alt,~" lvlr. lviarK ~lmons, ot r~anson, . i En le ...... " ...... ~ " | He Deals Easy... | ry was named one of three ldaughter of the late James W. I ........... I Best w~shes to our f ne g Show and Sale Roanoke Vir=inia • , ViSlte(1 ms granuparems ~lr and c be n ve ' ' ~" "Presidents of Shenandoah[Bane; near Boston, Mass., Mrs. i ............ , _ • . [ orrespondent who has e ry Sponsored by" Virginia Hereford -- r--i icy Inc I Eric Cushman the former Miss avirs, wmmm.rioaK anct aunt, [ ill in the hospital I hope you will • " • • l Just a minimum amount of cash along I .... • • Assocmtton, Staunton, Virgmm. Miss uoromy t~owers, on Tnurs- ' A n Ge r ia arl Bane was painfully burn-[Rebecca Kennedy of Charles I .... I soon be free. u t o g . [ * * * 1 [ I with easy terms to suit your budget, ~e Young, former residents l ., "'" ' , " ! .. ; ............. very glad to be with the family March 11- Performance Tested allowance possible for you old car. | " - " " f CharlesTown lvws donn ~ lwennur, spent the . - " " I 1~1 lscounty, recewedanappom[O • " . ..l,eoken~'-~ol,..... i.h o-lagam" I just want to add a word, Bull Sale, CulpeperAgrieultural I I~l Y tt as a vice consel and secre-I Married: - At the home of me/ " = . u .'2 *'"~'.~"7.'" "~ "=;Ithat Mrs. Wilt sends her very Enterprises, Culler)dr, Virginia And Shoots .... bri ' sister i Washin ton D parems, ivir an(~ _m_rs r~ernara -.. o~ral~.~... m the diplomatic serwce. [ de s • n g , • ~ ....... • . _. " .. /best thanks for the cards and let- Sale Manager: Vlrgmm Angus As ren dau andomer relatives tier son, unented:', farmerFrank Rof. Shepherds-| ghterMCQuilkin'|C" MiSSofGertrudethe latcH" CharlesB w, W. [ .,_/ oame~l, accompameo. ....... "-Her Here" :~ hosp,tal.lters .she received while in theII sociation,,..Charlottesville,,. • Va. I I - -- -- -- =---:- [[ --:- i Immediate delivery on the Mercury i ll °wnt Mr Gu ~ne a s° atten(le(1 tHe funeral °t I I t "~ , aged 88; Mrs. Isabell Hoff-| Brown of Ha t , o .Y [ ......... ~. a~..,,, c~,., [ Mr. and Mrs. Junior Jackson I March 31 . J G. Fuss, Shop- EDGAR WHITING or Mercur Comet of }'our choice. dr, 66, of Brunswick, Md.,/T. Carder of Parkersburg, W. Va. [ ~nt%~te" l~rs: %eta, ..... :~"~ °"Y/and family, of Rocky|lie, Md., herdstown, W. ~Ta. Sheep, farm ea to ne dome in v enel of the late Thomas A. Hoff-[ 60 -- YEARS AGO --- 60 I ton Pa -.- c,,.,~. ,~.~, "1 were dinner guests Sunday of the machinery, household goods, etc. dr, in Charles Town General/ ~ I .:.... .... .~?,,%-~ -.s-_~:.. _/former's parents. Mrand Mrs. * * * ' • i • wsitors at me nome o[ mr and ' " tal; Mrs. Maude M. Dunlap,| C P. Miller opened a drug [ Mrs Willie ~"t and famil-" thi- I Charles Jackson. April 2. Howard MuUin, Purcell- of Charles G. Dunlap of| store in the new Gibson buildhagl_as~ week eert Mrs Ell| y Wil~I Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett ville, Va. Cattle, farm machinery 'les Town / east of the Court House in Char-[p ~ we . s :l were visitors Saturday evening of etc **, A great guy to do business with ! [}-- " nares, ~r., ann son, uonala, el , • • " . . . YEARS AGO --- 20 | les Town. I Ranson Mrs John Mennor and the latter s roster and family, Mr. | Logan B. Shutt bought the Shaloo., njn.,, .:’ ~"n"l*"" D~ ,,,a and Mrs. Elmer Jenkins, of May-20 - Roy Hull, Martins antis ,N White, operating a/nnondale Woolen Mill property Ilvl~ss°~:" ~,,xmogene,~, ""f~nuey, ~ ~";';;or uautown ?:: .... t Round Hill, Va. RFD. (Gerrardstown) W. Va. of stores in Charles Town,] at the mouth of the Bullskin Run [ Mr and Mrs Eugene BowersI Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper Angus Cattle Sale. ansburg, Brunswick, Kear-| for $1000 for 14 acres and four I ~,,,~ ,:~,aa,.o,, n~,,,ni,~ ~,,a ~,,,,a, I were visitors Saturday evening of Ville and Bolivar, sold the| dwelling houses. I "?~..~."".~"L"' ~.Y ..... ,~' *'"".."~' I the latter's sister and family, Mr. I ....... ~_ ~_11_ IF_ ot wlncnester, va, were nere ~at in the Bolivar store to Har-| Died" . Near' Wheatland, Mrs ] ..... " .... '~]and Mrs. William Longerbeam, of I-0~['~ |~ |1][[ |~ ~ummings, Jr of " Harpers[ Charlotte T Rowland, 76 widow [ urdayto•attenu me tunera)..o~ [ Charles Town. I Y " ~ " " :; "o lan- l~'lizabe'h [ ~vtrs ~etue Meier, and visited i ~ / @ ~ #~ ~ ~_ Wried .... M r dr" Vir | o~ James ti. ~.(w a; ~ I their uncle and aunts, Mr and I~)~ I 10~I~0W~ ~}~0~y t Watson 'i'oS~Ir ?~wiet Gay-/~e~y: ~o~rrn~lrrl; o~ Wilwli:rm Honk and M,ss Dor. I .ss.= s.. a.. I~- . , . =. , both of Ranson town " • 3cue01 II0no te ed. -~ ;v,~r" .... r -- / _" _ 1 fie wa ath / Mr. and Mrs. Granville Wright, [ rU§U 3AH: vy r, in C~haSpes To~u GeVnanVi/dread g:;~s~:~sY :nd ~thers from I°fN°~lk:hVa'' spent thl~IrWee:dI /~ It, ~,~, ~]t I Superintendent of Jefferson ~~rL drop )ital; Mrs Mary Virginia Ire-| ponds and rivers of the county i e T a W. n t ~ . p~. n~s, .a.. | ,AL[: Afi I Countv Schools W A Lower- ars rJlmer wright, or near Hall- ~ , • • at her home in Shepherds:/ 80 -- YEARS AGO -- 80 I town. I ~lff~~~~l~l will be guest speaker this Sunday / r,,h., r~ ~r,,~ h .... h* *ho/ Mrs. Nathan|el Gray and[ ~. I:~ :ura,i~,. ~,r ~,,~,,t.~. morning, answering ' questions I ET t'~llD I |Josuah Flagg farm of 151 acres[~'.r".~"~.',.~"..""~,'~,."~,~:'~,"~:~lone mileNorth of Brunswick Md. and explaining the up-coming a.a. ~ v ~ ~ • I | near Shanandoah Junction for [ ~a~,,~,',,~'",'~"~'~,'o.,~'~:~ho~',',,~' ~',,'~ [ Frederick County. Dairy cattle, ~enoo~ ~ona issue, for members 'qMaT~ I-4 ~ ~ ~" | | $41.25 per acre. [ ~r'~t'obe~t ~'m"~on'~'=7"~L,,~"~= I farm machinery, straw, feed and and guests of the Yoketellows w vnn~,v~ | / Married: . In Zion Episcopal/m_" ....... ~ .. "__~'-.~'_'~"~_.~lsome silage. Sale begins at ll:00 ~ime ~lass at the Charms Town ’'~ I I U C" AT 1 | Church bv the Rev Dallas Tucker i x, ow!~, enjoyeu a turkey omner at I A M , Presoyterian Church. Convening ~z i L. n r.. i - . • • me home ot Mr. and ars. Joseph ' • , , , rom 1 • " ~L~ I k ~! r/-~ I I i George Washington and MISS Ser / "anal'" an-~ "a'-'il-" ~ Mill ..... I [ p pt y at 9~5 a. m., Preszdent l~,rcur~, Come Cy lone 2-Door Hardtop h II 14 1 111 ..V~ Ill ₯111t~ 1 1 of the YoKeIoIIOWS, Jos A War _Q[T~Vl~' | |ona Porterfield, both of Charosl.. Cuna.., t Feb. 18 . William N Roekey ..... , • " ........ I /Town /"'_ ~" "_"~." . . • I back of Rosemont about 1 mi N rentehz extends a cordial invitat- • Mr Lester omr was a oinner • • . ..... G • . • Brunswick in Frederick County, ~UARD YOUR I of hissister, Mrs. Walter l .......... ~ ~ _~ / ;. / Demo ....She-h^rdstown Sun t Marymna, clalry hera, arm macn ........... iv U'I l.J ~ , " • H EAT I N G mery, etc f~ff.~'J-A'~YZ~Y~ HEATING I | UII/T/~U/M [day. The occasion, her birthday. ] ;.' , . - The Move-Ahead Cars From .. .... I / llALLIUWI t Sunday visitors of Mrs Natha-I .... " "e ...... ~[~ • " • r'ea lu .ttl narur orananu L;UNII-UK/ U i" U I I reel Gray and daughter, Jenmfer, " l 1 " / Mrs. Bernard Ott /were Mrs Har-- Din-es and sons I J Russe 1 A lnutt, on the David ~ See Your Mercury Man for Big Savings and Selection CALL 725-7510 and SYonny, of Charles H. Young farm along Marker ,~ J~: " • Town Mr -nd Mrs Irvin~ Gra'" ~toaa, ]n Locust vaney, a~ mnes ,o. ^~ro,,ric .E.i*E.,ES oE ! / Death of Mrs. Meier |an son ~t~bbie -f" Ra-~n M~ SW of Middletown, Md Farm ~ UNTY . I J " | / Mrs. Bettie V. Moler,'of H~I-an~M,s~ ~,~ ~e~ an(~ a~,,.h'~ machinery, tractors, etc. Sale be- ~ JEFFERSON CO MOTORS, INC. _ | town, passed away Weonesaay t r'~ ....... . ~ .~ ........ e,~t-, gins" at 12 noon. N~f I l evenlng" at her home here. She ...... e , Toni Sue, and Mr. Robert Lln. , , , 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOW'N, W. VA. • ~: ton, ot unarms TOwn I was a daughter of the late James " Feb 19 . Frank Malatt Rt 11 ar e ". , " ~ Hill I W. and Mary E. ,Baumg .dn r ~ _ .... =~~ Martmsburg, W. Va. Cattle, farm • _- ($ ~ ~ Ott At one time sne ownea ana ...................... • machinery, feed. Sale begins at | I operated a st0re at Halltown She' ~lll~tPUrklllqP ,,,,, .... | m i I was a member of the Halltown" I, ni:MNUI HILL ""'"' * • * "- Presbyterian Church, was chair- . ..... F~_h 19 Allnutt & Marnn an I J I - eor-m rean ............................ man of the Women of the g former ~ | . _ " David H. Young farms in Church for a number o[ years, ~~. ---.~----~ --- "~m=.-==~~" l ' , . , ~ " Lueust Valley, 3 mi. N. Burkitts- and taught the Women s B~ble v II c "'-- | .... e Su Mr and Mrs. James Zombro i e in Frederi k County, Mary- Class tor a numoer m y arsr M£11TIM~ AI[I I _ 1, 1 ~l ;1 . " have'returned home after several land, large line John Deere farm alL Ill IlL : wwng are her nusoano, t, ester machinery from 3 farms ~| ~ 1 ......... days visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis • i~eil ivloler and a numoer o~ I. • " • • • • ~yers | I nieces and several cousins Fu- • Feb .... : • Mrs Izetta Talton and dau~h. .22 - Athene C. Beachley and • a .......... neral services were nel(! atura y o • LEOIL CO.-INC.I ............ r Colonial ter, Sharon, were visitors Wues- Brothers ]n Locust Valley about ~ ~ • at me Ivlelvln "1 btrlue I • da,, with Mr and Mrs Humph 3 mi N Burkittsville in ~'re~- Funeral Home in Ranson with ~ • " " P" i " " Dl~v~m~n t ..... rev Walt er ck County, Md. farm machme- ............ I the Rev. naries ymons, Jr., pas- ir. and Mrs. Clarence Grove ry and lot of equipment, hay and , HAS On Their Checking Accounts A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W . VA. and family were visitors Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Grove• Miss Julia Shupp, of Maryland, was a guest Thursday night of her classmate, Miss Lynn,Danner. We are proud to report that Mrs. Alma West, who has been on the sick list and under the doc. tor's care, is coming along satis- factorily. Best wishes, Alma. Hope you will soon be well. Mr. John Run|on, Jr., and Mr. Roy Run|on were dinner guests I II I BY BOB STILES Ells girl friend hasn't mueh up stairs, but, oh bey, what a stair. way... Some good advice for the young man seeking success -- 1. Sell your wrist watch and buy an alarm clock... 2. Make a little money first. Then make it last .... * * * $ I have a friend who really likes those little foreign cars. He bought two - - one for each foot If you think of yourself as leader, ask yourself if you are being followed or being chased.. It's harder to be a good winner straw. Feb. 23. D Chas. Flook, Jr., on Flook Farm along Rt. 340 near Caotes Corner, 2 mi. North of Brunswick, large line farm mich. inery, etc. Feb. 24 - S. Madelyn Himes along Rt. 340 between Frederick and Jefferson in Frederick Cou- nty, farm machinery, etc. Feb. 25th. & 26th. RBlph F, Kinna, 2 mi. East Beallsville, Norman E. Kisner -----OF Nationwide Insurance says: "New fathers policy can pay triple benefits" NA Io vmE'I new Faro- ily Security Plan-- for "getting started" families with small budgets--can pay more than 3 times [ace amount, your fam- ily could get $34,000 for a $10,000 life plan. Cost is/ow, protection highest when you need it moat. Call now. HORMAH E. KISHER Insurance Consultant than a good loser We have less practice at being a good winner.. Fairfax Bldg..Phone 725-5814 But you are always a winner when you buy your mobile home from: TRI STATE MOBILE HOMES RFD 1 Charles Town, W. Va. TEL. NO. 725-9338 I I West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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