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Charles Town, West Virginia
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Mr and Mr. Pet Griffith nnd I~IIFtI~Akl I daughter, Deb~)ie, were Sunday KIPMIN [dinner guests at the home of Mr. =v I Griffith's brother and sister-in- Mrs. Austin Nieodemus [law, Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith I~m~m ...................... :,a,-~.".~---:.'+~-m-+*':~l and family of Sharpsburg, Md. I mr. rcooert uan~otpn ~mltn, eat Attendance I III, a senior at V.P.I., Blacksburg, Mr. H. B. Nicodemus, Sr., was and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzell of University of West Virginia, Mor- gantown, are expected to arrive Tuesday to attend the 73rd an- nual meeting of the West Vir- ginia Horticulture Society which will be held in Charles Town from Wednesday till Friday. Charles Adams, ,Jr., spent Sat- urday with a schoolmate, Bark those who received a per- attendance award. He re- a 25-year pin from St. Episcopal sunday School ,on. ~r. and Mrs. James Harrell and Raymond and Jimmy, dinner guests of the s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and grandmother, Lloyd and Sunday supper guest at the Lloyd were Mr. and Mrs. Richard and son, Rickey, of Town. Ann W. gmith, of hrlin on, Va. Miss Welford Smith, of Dev- on, Pa., is vacationing a week with her two sisters and at the apartment of Miss Ann W. Smith, of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Martha and Charles, Jr., were Valentine din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams on Sun- daMr." and Mrs. Thomas Sowers and two children, Rickey and Jill Donna, of Ransom were Saturday night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus. Entertained for Daughter Hadlay, at the home of his par-~ Mr and Mrs. Tony Caravalo ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Had-i entertained at their home Satur- lay. day in honor of her daughter, Miss Elizabeth M. Smith Mrs. Lowell Eusey's birthday. spending two weeks vacation with Those present were Mr. and Mrs. her sister at the apartment of Roy Chapman and son, Lewis, of Winchester, Va., Mrs. Agnes Lar- gest, Mr. Dick Salana, Mrs. Mil- dred Sellers and granddaughter, Kem, Mr. Spence Gerney, of Marloke, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carter and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd. 104 E. Washington St. DIAL 725-7321 Charles Town sgt. Harold Carter, who has i stationed at Camp LeJeune Westinghouse Products for six months, has arrived in Rhode Island. He was then sent to Quantico to take special train- ing. Sgt. Carter's wife and two sons, Michael Anthony and Jef- frey Bryan, will make their home with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankens. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- mus were Sunday. afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson, Leetown. Mr. Jimmy Harrold and son, Jimmy, of Charles Town, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were recent guests of Mrs. Nico- demus' sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas L. Kibler and family, of Boyce, Va. The Rippon Elerpen~ary School had a Valentine party on Monday afternoon given by the parts. Games were played and refresh- ments served. (Certified Wiring) ---MODERNIZE YOUR--- Home - Office - Farm GET OUR FREE ESTIMATE Mrs. Ethel Buzzard COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES - WASHERS - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS - TE V[SIONS APPLIANCE CENTER Dial 725-5516 North George Street --- Charles W. Va. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard, Miss Linda Staubs and Miss Wands Everhart called upon Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boyd and son, Brian, in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cook, of Brunswick, Md., were Saturday guests of the former's mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children, of Brunswick, Md., were Sunday guests 'of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and family. Services were held at the Meth- odist Church here on Sunday; also Sunday School after the When you're ready for the best, on/y elec~k heating is good enough. there's a certain pride in giving your family the health & safety of flameless electric heating If you won't settle for second best where the health and safety of your family are con- cerned, then you owe it to yourself to investigate flame. less electric heat. Converting your home is now easier and faster than ever. In just 3 or 4 days, you can be enjoying the superb comfort and safety of flameless electricity. You'll take pride in knowing that your family has the most healthful living conditions you can pro. vide. Gentle, even warmth, properly maintained humidity and flameless operation assure the best now and for a lifetime. and now.., there's a new 10-year warranty when you convert your home to electric heating ... Yes, ,your heating units and ., thermostats or ~tllOE~,~AL will carry a 10 full year war- ranty, parts and labor. But that's not all ... there's also a new lO.year low.interest fi- nancing plan provided by your electric company. Call Poto- mac Edison's conversion heating department now. Potomac Edison Part of the Allegheny Power System three week of weather to the snowstorm. I d a~a'BIl~ai~ I~i~ll~J~g~qP Mr. an dMrs. Gene Cogle andI MDKKrl KCI'IlK/ son, Timmy, of Manning, wereI m n~ i v~= guests of Mr and Mrs Gary Co~le +, , (1 son. Mrs. Leona Staubs, of Middle- Quotations of the Blue Ridge way, spent the weekend at her Liv(.stock Sales, at Charles Town, home here. Iler grandson, Tom- W. Va., Monday, Feb. 14, 1966. my Staubs, of Manning, was her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Stewart and children were visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart in Bake~;}on. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and son, Chuckle, of Dargan, Md., were Sunday guests of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ttow- ard Everhart. Mr. Coley White who was to have returned to camp in Colo- rado Tuesday, Feb. 8, was delayed for five days due to a boil on his eye which had to be opened by a physician and two penicillan nee- dles were given Coley. He re- turned on Monday, Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt and children, of Millville, were Sunday guests of the latter's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children, of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Frances Rodgers and daughter, Normal Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chap- man and children attended a birthday party on Sunday, Feb. 13 in honor of Scottie Rodgers' third birthday given by his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodg- ers in Bolivar at Mrs. Bellenger's. Refreshments were served and Scottie received many nice gifts. Attend Church Sunday Go To Church Sunday Receipts of all classes heavy, with a good demand for all num- her one hogs. }logs top 29.90, featured the sale.~" Choice butcher steers, none; good butcher steers, 24.00 to 25.50; plain to medium steers, 20.00 to 23.75; choice butcher heif- ers, none; good butcher heifers, 21.00 to 23.00; plain to medium heifers, 17.50 to 20.50; good bulls, 21.00 to 22.00; plain to medium bulls, 18.00 to 20.75; commercial cows, 16.50 to 17.50; utility cows, 14.50 to 15.50; canners and cut- ters, 14.00 down; cows by the head, up to 150.00; stocker and feeder steers, 20.00 to 27.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head, up to 135.00. Choice to prime calves, 34.00 to 38.00; good butcher calves, 29.00 to 33.00; medium butcher calves, 25.50 to 28.50; thin calves, 25.00 down; heavy calves, 20.00 to 25.00. Blue head grade lambs, none; red head grade lambs, none; red shoulder grade lambs, medium, 27.00; butcher ewes, 9.50 to 14.00; stock ewes per head, none. Good butcher hogs, 29.25 to 29.90; medium butcher hogs, 28.50 to 29.00; heavy butcher hogs, 24.00 to 27.50; butcher sows, 21.75 to 26.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 27.50 to 29.50; A.M.---TAve Ioek Salt 1:30 P.ST. Each Monday GOODE BROTIIE~RS WIN OVER FIRST HALF CHAMPS The Goode Brothers Buick & Pontiac garage's ladies bowling team of Charles Town scored a SPIRIT OF SEFFERSON FAitMITIrS ADVOCA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 C---2 lemen, first half champions, inI a h)tal pinfall of 1565, Gertrude action in the Winchester EveningI Prain led the local team to vie- (layStar nightLadieS'atBwlingthe HealthLeague Fri-[ tory, with games of 125-116 and CenterI 118 for a 359 set score. She was I,anes. The Goode Brothers team roll-[fllwed by the high game of 3-0 victory over the Virginia (lent ed games of 506, 516 and 543 for I Biddie Smoot. 66 99 , Inla I HOUI S: Monday Thru Friday - 8. a. me to 4:30 p. ma 'Saturday - 8 a. m. to 11:45 a. m. As our Fiscal Year closes March 31, 1966, this Sale is for the purpose of reducing our Stock before Inventory - therefore all Fabrics will be reduced. thousand shoats per hundred, 34.00 down; pigs per head, up to 18.00; boars, NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS HANDLED AT SALE PRICES. 21.00 down; sows and pigs, none. Miscellaneous Sales Start II:00 ...... =----:'--','-'---?'"-Z. Mal~llclt~'et'$ ~JliOck'tq~ It'+~lll IXit ~ ~pecJal V'6~ 2-dr. Ool~pe, Price include= Federal Excise Tax end suggested dealer delivery and himdllng charge. EVERY PRIZE A FIRST PRIZE HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Check that car regis- 011 2D63 2U74 313 3G47 3P72 3Z57 4D78 4J64 4Y85 626M 738 8K1 tration of yours. If the first symbols of your 162M 2D64 2U76 314 3G62 3P74 3Z62 4E41 4J65 4Z41 626W 7K8 962P vehicle identification number on it match up 163M 2D67 2U78 31511 3G65 3P76 41111 4E43 4J66 4Z43 628L 804C 963L with one of those listed at the right, you might 111 2D69 2W26 31611 3G69 3P78 412 4E51 4J68 4Z52 630C 804F A J1 ha~e won yourself $2,332 cash. No slogan to 21111 2E62 2W63 362A 311 3S31 41211 4E52 4J69 4Z53 631M 814M B Jl inve~t, no puzzle to solve. To find out for sure if you won, just hop down to your nearest Buick dealer's. He's got a list of complete winning numbers posted. (No, you don't have to own a Buick to have a winning number.) If your com- plete vehicle identification number appears on his list--you're in the money. Residents of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska may, It they prefer, send in a Ix~sfcard to R. L, Polk end Co. P, O. BOX 1347, Detroit Michigan 48231 end receive the weekly list of winning numbers by ma Ior temper son with their own vehicle identification number. An official entry form will be Included, Sweepstakes limited to persons over 21 living in the con- tinental U.$. Entries must be postmarked before midnight, Thursday, Match 31, lg66. 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