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iSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAm nS ADVOCATE son bonnie of Ransom [were overnight guests on Thurs ..... ,~ ' ''~ , ,,~ ,, Llene day with Mrs. Johnson, wife Regional Office, 211 W. Camp- I DAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961 5---A W, M. S. Meeting I day at the home of the former's Iqrl~.M~ g~l~ IMqri~.Dl~.~'lP TM VT~I'PV' gt~ of the Commissioner of Agricul- bell Avenue, Roanoke, Va. as all ~ ~ ~ / The Women's Missionary Soc- [ brother-in-law and sister Mr. and ] ......... ~" .......... " .......... tare, after which they made a VA Records on veterans living in ~ -----.-.- ~ iety of the Baptist Church will ]Mrs. Robert Light andtheir fam-t V IN n [ ~1' ~k W Ill tour of Charleston and surround- this area are maintained in the L-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND AROUND meet at 7:30 o'clock on Wednes-Jily. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. l~ A D l_ i i U W ~[ hag suburbs. i day evening, March 1st at the iLight and their children Bobby The return trip home from i- l home of Mrs. Clinton Longer-land Linda also visited with the By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Charleston was quite eventful, e, SUMMIT P0i4T__ beam In event of bad weather]Senior Mrs. Ware who wasadmit- as the plane they returned on | , ~] ' and transportation difficulties, I ted to a hospital in Waynesboro ] ' could not land at Washington Air Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 the meeting will be held at the tinter in the day to undergo sur-IWSCS Meets' March 1 ]on the wrong sideof the roadport, due to fog and they were ~ - ............. church, t gery there on Tuesday morning. Miss Margaret Ware will be hos I without flare lights of any kind. landed at Richmond, Va. Airport .... Mrs. Donald Whittington andI Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and]tess to the Kabletown WSCS at iThe impact was sogreat that and taken to the International (~.Ak~-~'I'LE: ~ ~'~'m,. Meeting one of a group of students from her small daughter Pamela o ]children, Kenny and Pamela of ]her home in Ranson on Wednes-iCharhe s truck was completelyAEport at Washington by bus. | ~ f, ma~l~| ' ' V 1 at " " - " "'" '-"-"""" ' '"-*" Summit Point Busy Bees the Hagerstown Business College Halltown spent Sunday isit'ng I Charles Town spent Sunday visit I day night, March 1st at 7'30 I demolished with him pmnea an. I ............. I A1-J~,~ ~ub held the regular month- in Hagerstown, Md. who are train the home of her parents Mr. and ~ ing at the home of the litters par I Parents of Dau-hter ' " ] der it. The gas tank exploded k~l _,,1,1__,L .... 1[I iS1 I'K~,. t.Rg~al~ |~']~ ~,~ting at the school on Mon ing as meaicaz secretaries at me Mrs. John Henry. [ents Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jen- J Laura Ann is the name given [ causing flames to envelope the Pl~[|i[i~OU[~ ~A |OR. ,~t&Lt,, J=~,.~ cain , Februa 13th The Washington Hospital Center , g ry . " o~ tar. ant mrs. w. o. rurr were I Mr and Mrs Roy Kin- and I Mr and Mrs Vance See of Broad I the ariver of the tractor-~raiLer I i~Pi#A till I "IASA I .....~,.~u .,..,., mt~mr'~r~ was opened by singing Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Smallwood 1 Visitors on Sundayatthe home [ kins. [to the baby born February 14 to [ milk driver who had talked to AJ~ t...,.. ~,, ~OU~ OtL~MILL ~~ ~t Virgin'la Boys and GirIs" of Alexandria, Va. were visitors ~: d by the 4-H Pledue Ann on Sunday at the home of the the latter's brother andfi~ter-in-itheir" small son" Ricky wi~o hadiway, Va. Mrs. See is the former]before the exp.losion. Examinat- ~l|~ ~r|~ ~ [.~A. ~~ ~fl~ ~.. law. tar. ant tars. Aloert ~ennerIbeen making their home at the lMiss Georgia Popkins of the lion after the ~ire was controlled[ The Veterans Administration ] blg$ffONt;PlMl~ !2 ,, ~_.:.4~ ~ " " " I their daughter Nancy and their I Byrd Orchards near Charles Town Christ Church Community. There [ revealed Char!ie had both. legs [ Office at Martinsburg will close [ ~1,1,,.~ ~-~ ~ Childs led the Devotions former's brother and sister-m-law ,- Were concluded with the IMr- and Mrs. 4~hihp Smallwood son..~aipn o z ~se~yvuie, va. AlSO [ moved recently into the apart- mare now five children three boys ]~roKen ann .omer internal m]ur- effective February 24, 1961, Wil- ~ ~.~'~'~ ~~e:~ J~ia~nd~eri'n~z theh busi iand thelr ~on?d:unod vlsnlng at me rurr.nome overiment in the HenrY store build-land two girls in the family, ou~ aearn. was ate to me e~-liam J. Powers, manager of the f4~-'-~'-~~ !me weeKena were utue. ~lsses ling. ~ I Mrs. Rose Roderick had the I~ec~s o~ me nre. Roanoke VA 'Regional Office, an- ~,~y~O$~ o eannle ann l~orotny .LTIODS Oil Mr and Mrs Marshall Jenkins ]misfortune to fall on the ice re-].. Mr: and Mrs. Robert Getts of nuanced early this week. ~_r.~~f-~,~--~~,v ~narms l own WhiLe ~ne~.rparen[Sland "children "Judy and David Icently fracturing a bone in the irront ltoyaj, .va. were ~a~uraay For the past three years the ~' ~:~.'~~.,. ~g were read and approved ~ and uncle Mr and Mrs Robert .tar..ana ~virs; ~eroer[ ~loos were I were supper guests on Thursday I left wrist. I visito~ witn n!s Dro.t~r ~r_ ~1- Martinsburg VA Office, which is ~'~" ($~/~ ~_)l ~.announced that the club iLiskey and their family'at their in mcnmona, va. wnere me ~or-levening at the home of their son i Mr. and Mrs. Preston Welsh imet ~etts ann ~am~ly o~ ltose located at 202 s. Queen St. has _.-~_~_..~ mer nan gone to consult wl~n a 12111 ~arm - - aold a skatihg party at the home on the Opequon ....... i in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs ] were visitors Wednesday night ! provided weekly service to veter- ~rink near Berryville, Va. Members of the South Jeffer- neart speclanst. I Ernest Rudolph in Charles Townl I with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price i Weekend visitors with Mrs. El- ins in this area. Ask about our "always a ittrsday evening, February son Ruritan Club met on Tues- Little Scolly Shull, son of Mr. ] ~ ] of The Bloomery. [ mer Roderick were her daughter Following the closing of the of- tank filled with quality The cost will be $.50 and t day evening of last week at the and Mrs. Charles Shull of Berry- I ~$$ |lPh ~l~g~|ll~ [ Death of Mr. Reeder [ Mrs. Henry' H. Smith and sons of rice, veterans in the vicinity may fuel oil" -Inn That way ~d girls from other clubs ] Kabletown Methodist Church and ville, Va. spent the weekena vis- I nnvrn um|nvr [ Residents of this dual commun I Thurmont. Md. and the formers obtain personal assistance and in ......... ,:'~ , ~: ..... f,,,.t~,hl~e n ~nnb/bU VlRVVn~ .rut .r ~aar .a *..u,*~.*.~ ited to attend. I were served a delicious roast beef iting at the home of h!s .gr d-I '. .... l ity were shocked to hear of the [granddaughter Marlyn Roderiek formation eoncerning veterans i""" "q" the fin e the program Cheryl ldinner hy the ladies of the chur- mother mrs. ",nomas num ue-[ By Mrs. Emel uzzara I death of Charles Reeder of State I of near Martinshurg. benefits from the Contaet Repre- *'*;'** '** " ~gave a demonstration on[ch, turning home on Sunday'he was] ------ I Line, Pa. He was the courteousi Friends are sorry to learn of sentative at the VA Center in __ ~.Oper way to set a table and I Mr and Mrs. Harold Hinton accompanied by Mrs. Shall and t R~v. C. W. Lloyd of the parson i friendly driver of the milk truck ~ the serious illness of Mr. James Martinsburg A fulI~time Contact ~ _ _ _.~mi~ . i . i owned by Mr. Jacob Koone also lB. Kemp. servme will be terminated there i~lT~'ffffffyf~ ~ Welch gave a demonstrat- [ had as their guests on Friday ev- ner two youngest cnildren, ~ouis age in Cnesmut r~flL was a visitor - " connection with his pure-lening Mrs. Helen Milton of Ran- and Louise who spent the dayv)s-/on .Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. I of State Line, Pa. who serves] Mrs. Grady Owens of Summit to help veterans concerning hos- W P'" r --- - I~ project. Johnny Laycock I son and Mr. Marshall Orndorff of rang w~[n her son ann uaugnter- { waiter uogie ann ~mlw. - I many dairy farmers in this vicin- I Point accompanied her son and pitilization and other veteran s ~llr~o]i[.~[~ll ,an interesting talk on farm- I Charles Town. in-law. ~. [ Mr. and Mrs_ t~uster Turner I ity and also does other hauling [ daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. benefits ~~ ~the capital after which ] Mr. and Mrs. George Glassford Mrs. Harry C. rrazier of "Mon- / ant ~amiiy o~ riagerstown, tao. ] Death occurred Monday night I Grady Owens of Alexandria, Va. Those" veterans who wish to ob- eting was adjourned. Dur-land children Bobby and Carol of te View" returned _ home this ]were Sunday e veningcallers.with l while Charlie was enroute to his ito Florida where they spent a thin information by corresponden week from Charles Town where Mr ann tars ~arve ~,ongeroeam l a 1 e it t er m law ~e receration period which / Shenandoah Junction were din- / I home after be'ng to m'ne for I w ek w" h her mo h -" - Mrs. ce should write direct to the VA - ~ Richard Childs led the U ner guests on Sunday at the home she had been visiting for the past [ and family I coal of which he had nine tons I Curtis Zion. They flew by East- ~ ~ ~in a game and delicious ]of the formers parents Mr. and few days with her granddaugh-]Celebrate Birthday [for a load when he ran into a[ ern Airline from the National Air , ter Mrs. Clayton Stagner and her 1 Mrs. Annie Grove celebrated I *-actor trailer which had -irked ] hurt Washington D C | ' raents were served by Ann I Mrs. S. C. Glassford. Also visiting da ~" " ~" ~" ' ~' ' " " ~i Richard and David Childs, ]recently at the Glassford home children Libby, Scotty and Sus- [another birthday on Whurs y [ ~ | V V C L, ~' n n LI ~,~ n v - ," n an. with a dinner Some of her child- A / M i H n= N~ ~Y and Harry Laycock-sub-[were Mr. and Mrs. John Glassford Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyd and [ren were in to help her. They [ ..~. _ l eh~s a~der~trbeer fa erTudrg, I " ~ ~ , u ~ u ~ ~by Ceglendia Hott, Club [ and family of Williamsport, Md. their family of Rippon were visi- ]were Mrs. Howard Everhart, Mrs. I | ~ | ~ ~ I qff.& | I ]~r~ o~, .~..~ .... .... t~..,~ . ~.~ | yr. [YN/1 James Glassford of Nor- tors on Sunday at the home ofFMary Longerbeam and son Jun-I n ~ J~)~a a~L l I::" ~:'W"_~X~ ........ } __ :~nd Mrs. Creighton Propps [ folk, Va. and Mrs. James Glass- the litters sister and brother-in- / ior, Mr Floyd Grove and son Jack ] | ~ - " -~a~- "A-- . | I tar_ ann ~rs: L ~: ~ ... | m~,~~ ~ .,~mldren Trina and C. R. off ford of Arlington, Va. law Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHav-lie, Mr.'and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and ] I MO4:l~l l ~l~er~ ~::e~: [ ~'~"'~ I~ "l[~ I_' e tl~.~l~l ! Town weer visitors on / Visitors on Sunday at the home en and their children Gail and / family They all enjoyed this get n ..... [.,,,o .= o,,.n ........ ,o [ - r n n. c - ~#at the home of the litters |of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Jen .... Also .......... " ......... ~ s ....... - -- ~d uncle Mr. and Mrs. Page ]kins and their family were their Ronme. /together w~th their motheL I I ......... Fshire ) ~ ~ -'~ ~%~ ison-in-law and daughter Mr. a~d Mr and Mrs Herbert Furr, Mr ] their father was present too [ Seven births, five of them boys, I mr. ann tars` L. ~. Wl ~ .... . . | ,~ ~]w "%'k.'~ "~gJ" ~Nora Cheshire who is at-[Mrs. Ernest Rudolph of Cha nandolphFurrandStephenShulii Mr. andMrs. Ernest Seal andlOCcurred at the Charles Wown]__~r. ana_~rs;., names Ll~la ann ,~ ~ ~ "~"~" School in Washington, D. [Town who were accompanied by visited on, Sunday afternoon with / two daughter~,. Mr. and Mrs.. Ches I iGenerald f FebHspitall 1 during the per- I ~,..~ f_ay.umu~r gu~t~anu ~v~.. w.~ o~,~~uu ~,~. ~l, ~ Mrs. Furr s parents Mr. and Mrs. / ter Bfllman "and two children of I o o . 5-2. ......... ~ ~~_ V~TT~ n~r~n~ ~n~ MALL ~t the weekend visiting the formers mother and sister, Melvin Ma~,aha at their home in/BaUimore Md were Sundav l a da,,,~t .....h,,,,, .~ ~ I ,am r~ougn o~ ~sazerton. ~ a~,a~,~ ~,j,.j~ aJz'~u~ X~,a~ ~, a.~ o .~ ., .. .... ~ ................... Mr and Mrs FIoyd Milton and L~_er parents Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Bentley Rudolph and Mrs. Charles Town. /guests with their mother Mrs. [and Mrs. John Lovelace, Knox. to... ~-..,, ..... 2" "xr"n"'~na'" even ~ .Pl-ITI.rtl:~i~N]" l,~.a 9 u, ~,~ ~ v,~,~,~ ~,. | ~hire. Miss Cheshire is Zenith Johnson and her small Miss Rarbara Sh,,ll ,,,at a -test t~ .... ~,~,,~,~ t,,m~ ~n ,,, ~x~n,,~on~,, ~,~,, ~ u ~'" ~"" ow-~ ,,~ .... ~ ~ ,~aa~-~u~-~ ~-ffi~ -- .,~. ~ ,a j,~*~o ~,.,, ~,~ over the weekend at the home of / Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman I Two births occurred Thursday, I fVs ........... ;, .... ?. ~-3,.~- ) Mr and Mrs me groom also a[enaea *~ . . Woodrow Adams ] and three children were Saturday I Feb. 16 a son, Rector Warne, born land sons " | ........ jr .............. I H[LP "ANTED and their family near Rippon. ]night and Sunday guests with[toMr, andMrs. MerleE. Larueof] " ~ WHITF ~ ~IlPU;R MARKFT A/3c and Mrs. William Ware / the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. ]Charles Town; and a daughter 1.. ,, ~ ~ IT III/L ~ O~/LII I'l~lBlL I | who are visiting with the for-[Robert Chapman and family in tPaula Lee, born to Mr. and Mrs. [yr. Jownsena .e.s t ,,,oo~ ~'lt,~l[-TTN,Tg~q~ft~,,T rlpl)~-~'~rl~ mer's mother Mrs. Emma Ware/Middleway, W. Va. t Paul F. Weitzel, Brunswick, Md. [ ' | ,,~ ..... ou.~,~.,.,~, o~**~,u~ | i , -- B Y --- " in Waynesboro, Pa. while enroute [ Mrs. Johnny Whitehair and son } Saturday, Feb. 18, a son was I u.,_ ___,__ W__L ) h.._ " from Mountain Home Air Force [Keith of Bolivar, Mr. Charles Ev-/born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald W.I luw~n|~[~ ~T work | ~a,~.~.-~o .~,, , ,,. , . ] ~"""--l,,~, COUNr CHAMB[R OF COMM[RC[ Base in Idaho to Charleston, S. C./erhart of Dargan, Md. were Mon-[Kilmer of Charles Town. [ ~ ,,-~,~ . / day guests with their parents Mr. I Sunda-',~ Feb 19, a son Gre-o-'~ ry ~l ~ [~[IM--'~ ~'u~P"-J ~.A--- ~ "t and Mrs. Howard Everhart. [was born to Mr and Mrs William t l Thursday, March 2, 11.00 to 5.30 1 Re'sponsible, Older Couple with small pension in- PITTS CHARLES ]PlaM nh V a de ae e lE Stanton, CharlTs Town; and at The Kiwanis Club held its red- [ ] ~llle, for 6 Months Summer Employment. Must WA HING n I ........... nd fam i'sn Gaff Lamar. J .. was born to[uiar weekly meeting in the Tho- | ~ ~ ~,, . , , ~, .... , ,, l ~v~.~ aa s With nis oaugmer a trustworthy, have references and like meeting IY .... ] Mr. and Mrs. Gaff L. Parker of[mas Jefferson Hotel last Thurs- ~ IO t~e rno[ograpnea tiy i11[fllell ....... " " " ay evening wim Mr W A Tho " Ple. Easy and Pleasant Work involving tourists. T][-T W. A qP R. I ily Mr and Mrs tiowara ~ogm / Charles Town ' d "' " " -- -- _ _ [ MissiRUbYeE~g~ne~r Chw~l Tuesday, Feb. 21, a son was I mpson a guest of Carl Benton. I Studios, ] Pply by mail to BOX 430 or in person at RANSON, W. VA. ~ ,I nut tl i p Y. .'/born to Mr and Mrs Franklin B I Dr Vincent Townsend of Mar [ " '" " the washin of ~clo tinsourg, immediate Past Presi- , . ,, . Matinee Saturday & Sunda)]helped with .g 7[ Surgical patients admitted to ident Eastern Panhandie Heart As I Photos of ~C]Mldren Exclusively. And you will ] ! CHAMBER OF C()M'MERcE OFFICE, - _ I her sister Mrs Mildred Cogm ana Minor of Charles Town "" " " '- thes We are glad to near tha~ .. . . . 3.00 P.M. ] .... T the hospital were. Joseph Green[soclatlon, s~oke to the Club on [ be given FREE One Beautiful 5 x 7 S~ze Portrait, Located in Lobby of Thomas Jefferson Hotel. .. ........ ] Mrs. uogie ~s very mucn ~mprov- [ and Robert A. Mathean, CRy; and I the Heart Fund Association. He [ Valued at $7.95 Compliments of the Store--8 to 12 | Feb. 23 - 4t. , une_ ~now^ 2~jgnuy-- ] e~=. ......... ard Co-le [ Mrs. Frances L. Harmon of Knox- [ said that 54 percent of our people ~ Poses Will Be Taken ] Chfldre: 2 5: rA; ts 50 [ Li o yfa !1 /a i!i: ie ilafsd i i i ; l!i!mt e: i rt:F ya tnmhti: tin ! [ Asolutely No Obligation, But Additional Prints ] February ,22 and 23 " " d Mrs Garland Miss usan L. Acosta, t:lty; balance going to Baltimore for /~pere~'C~l~est2un~ Hill were Thur |~ahr:~z~e1L~iPen:resll'Mr~" Oc~Ir~'lchmcs and heart operations. Two I GROUPS WILL ALSO BE TAKEN-- THE ~ ..... P ry; doctors w]ao are specialists paid Ifi D ' .MOTION tsdaYMerVe engl ivS :rtWinthMMr['tIdon!a D. Wright, Shenandoah]employees. ! OLDER CEtILDREN INCLUDED. I ~. h~g sold our farm and discontinuing f~rming, we will i~n'4~u"-'~ PICTUR[II |?,u ,~ .~, _ "/Junction; Mr. riarry l~. rarKer, I Of the patients examined last ~ q ~~ L tl~ereon, located on Shirley Bohn Roa~l about 4 miles North llll ~, . , tvlauQe r~verna~. . ^ . _ | Mrs Katherine S Hahn, City; I year, 67 were from Berkeley, 15 ~,~It. Airy, 2 miles North of U. S. l{t. 40 and being about 14 i~lli Ri--I0' ~19~0 ~ i Mr and Mrs tiowar~ ~ogLe ant ! Mrs" Vickie P Jones Har"er~ ~ ; ......... East of Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland, on THE- " " , v ~ trom Jei~erson, 1~ Irom Morgan [~h ~ /Mrs Lyre Eve.rha~irWaer~ ~arl~'/Ferry; Mr. John W. Frye, Mrs. land a number from surrounding I WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1961 ~ ~~$~ _~._~ /era on ~rlaay w~n "..... "~Lula Mac Boyd, City; Little Les-icounties Of these three were A.,,... .,,..,,,.... I George ~ogie in t~eersvnm, va. ter White arne svill " REGINNING AT 9:30 A. M. PROMPT TO-WIT: ,WARNERSROS-7[CHNICOE0~I ............... ~ L. , Ke y e, Mr./sent to Baltimore for heart sur- I'HAI~II'~ IIIWN KI'IAII I ,---, Mrs vlncen~ ~oo~ WXlO has / 58 . HEAD DAIRY CATTLE - "" [ o1!James B. Kemp, City. ery ~uu~nlhh~ v VV n~ IIh/~lm- [s e t so me *me Out at ent wero D; own en t at I u~,.,~..~.~,.~,--- inwasnm ton lSnow wlm ner g Rutherford, Harpers Ferry, Faye rent sates seem ' of his mo " rived g ' faction in" g 58 Joseph~rReaen:TilzabR:t~ Su~e~a~,' MERCHA S ASSOCIATION I .~and Ayrshires, all good producers and ,bout 20 will ~/h~:bal~Ids at:he hO~oke and family" [ childre~imtha~ hada l)een curedhO~ ~en from January 1st. to March 15th, balance other Friday and Saturday / Mr ancl Mrs Fred Wilson, MrI/T .... Uam.~ " ~lizab~**: ~ |hearth' s,p y ingwithot] - I ths of year. ..... 2 a 25 i -" ;"- ...... -~" "~- .... n ana a,., n o~ ,, .,,,~, ~ ~-, ,~.i cniiaren ann enjoying ll~e. "znese I ,Eight Heifers, bred to freshen in September. ~.u,,~,~ ~ "~ " /ant ~v,~. r~?yu ~u~,?,,~. '~ ~.".~/Frye, City; Judy Holster, Vickie| ehildrell without the aid of the ~, ~n a a, ~, ,~ ~ o I ~ - ' ..... Thur da ~ n , P rw; I Heart Fund would have been A ~ ~ ~ U ~ ~, I~ ~ , I ~n Open Heifers, and all a~aimals o|d enough are calf- ! ghter ~renaa were Duslness vial-~ Jo es Har era Fe Juanita" --- --- l| PEII0-GU -HAYER .... | toys m ..Maru~.sourg ol~. S.y | Adams, City; John Ott, Harpersi handicapped for life I vaccinated, li ~ ::~ i~ /taking Little urenaa ~o see tnet~er,-.. Howard Tumblin City 1 "~* ......... i 'eHolstelnBuil, about 2-years old. " Ii ~~:::~:! .... / [iic ...... Breeders To , Ni:W .~TNI~I: gNIIR. I IR / doctor there at the C1 on~. / " / ~ Herd is T. B. and B&ngs Accredited and Certified. , !ii'i i Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ro gers and Heidrkhs tVlACHINERY & DAIRY EQUIPMENT II H. 6. WlELLS . . I! THF " '~~ ]and Mrs. Robert Chapman andllu~A& ~.,.d~l. A& 15 In /Le shtnve R eption I ~hn Decry Model 630 Tractor, used less than one year. .... i~iww V/VI~I Tractor Model 640 with 3 point hitch; Ford cultiva- II .... ~ /family in Middleway o~ Sunday|lVl~l IlIUO~ RI Ul Ul / I ~;3seetionFordh~rrow, new; Ford puiley, 2 bottom Ford ]l TIME I:!l afternoon, e , t2-hn Decry 14'' plws with 3 plnt hitch &rid nly used he'*: Plows, Ford blade attachment. ,__,,_ ,,_ ...__.~ ~ ut rda v "~ IS""" v..,,~, Mrs`LudelleWaldronofNeers.t 0unh/Afl fl ' r /At vemors o Open Frkby Until 9:00 P. H. ~L ~W~ ;~U ;MeCormick-DeeringJhnDeere No. 5 mower,corn planterSergeantwith manure3 point hitch;SCOOp' IIMACHINE [ ri -e- UMS:'?lSampe Yt o The Eastern Panhandle District[riMr'han:weuanu,am.y - rMe[SrG rfge2"? i$ Cios~d turd.y At 6:00 P.M. "1 '~-l)eering 90 bu. manure sprea~ter, used 1 years; New I~' "-- t L . " .... / f West Virginia Holstein Breed-[ to Charleston, W. Va. where they ~ Mr Earl Roagers ot.~srunswlcK, .tte- manure spreader, rubber tire low down wagon with hay I~ 1 ' . ~ . - /era Association will meet Friday,[ attended the Legislative recep- ~ I >:~axLd side boards; McCormick-Deering side r~ke, hay I ' ....... iMd. was a visitor on ~aturaaY/Februarv 24th at 11"00 A M in/tion -i,,e- I',, ~- ....... ~m~om ~ , with his parents Mr and Mrs C the Cou~t A ffme ' " ~ ....a .................. , ;:~:~ Fordson Tractor, wood s~w. saw mill. ' l_ Rod era " " "[ y gents 0 " at Mar-| Wallace Barron and Mrs. Barron Charles Town , ICaperton Brothers i'.~ rlllion grass seeder 16 disc heavy duty McCormick~Deer ....... unaay - uonaay - Iuesday t rl.Mr andg "Mrs Ollie IIawK" " OI" | tinsburg,Dr arWl(iVa" ul '" ]which. was held at the Governors Photo & Gift Shop ......... harrow, McC.-Deering 12 disc drill. New Idea stock shred- ~ebruary 26, 27 and 28 / Chestnut" Hall" were" Sunday vial-'" l en ......................... . H o G. Mo ton, Presl. ] Mansmn ........ on Thursday, February i tl~.' l~eC.-Deefing s~a~ euttcr, horse dl'~wn mower, new grain ~ ........ ~ u ,,~ u~ .~ ~uup u~;c~ ~. no~- / m xrom ~ to ~u p m I Jefferson Hardware Co. i }'l~V..~tor, bale evelator, 2 row potato planter, single row potato ..~!::~:]::!~:~ It ors wi~,,~ar,[ stein breeders and enthusiasts to/ On Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. Diamond's Smart Fashions [ _ ~l~.~r, potato digger, lime sower, 10" burr grinder, 8-ft. '::::,~:~:;:~:~:~:~:~,:~:.~;'::; .... v ~rs riei(~ricn had oeen invited , !:~D. grain binder, 3 section 35 tooth haxrow, cuitipacker, l~~:i ~::~,~:~aII~l | (~rove umer g ~ be "-resent ........ /_K.e..nny Lon.~erbeam oftChes[ tt./ Directors, and officers for thelbY Mrs` Barron to home in .... ' I Kastle's Men's Shop ! :~ l-Ill! antitalSS Jean e w , i hu'~flSe'wa4~on~'~- ~e cu~r andandPiPeS;hay carriages4"hvse wagOnsmalla~dplows,bed, lotdUmPh~rness,rake' " ~~::~ii]~ / f hal'tes Town "] year 1961 will be elected. R W ] the Governors Mansion ' Everhart s Music Store I -- Dept. Store ! t~_ rigs, sleigh, 2 horse drawn slides, butchering equipment, I~rt,ri, c brooders, feeders, fountains, 2 garden tractors, rub- tire trailer, v conditI n I~ORD 1955 PICK-UP, ton, heal y duty, good"'o . I"--'-A~'~''_ ..... .~~ | .....",.. " | /including Commissioner John T. ILueille's Small l ry Shop ~:~ FOItD 2-TON TRUCK with cattle racks, good condition, with Mr and Mrs JuniorGrove / " n " ' , ' ~ .... 1 ~. 300 gal. Esco Bulk Milk Ta~k new; 4 UrdtMcCormick- 19URI UA'K[X ltAKK~UNI |anu ~am.y. t k4 I I I I/i I i r /Johnson at the Department of AgHarr_v Cain Jewelers i m ~,ng Milkers, 52 gal. Rhem~eTe~Wl-e water heater; wash-up ~ M ILL WILL I: riculture... ' " :~- milk cans, buckets, clippers, strainers, feed ea.rts, lot n .2JOH.H ]IN [ /Dr. Charles S. Mdt0n / By Miss Dorothy Lake / Mrs. Heldr,ch had luncheon I Medern .ome Appliance ~l~" shovels, scoops, small tools. ~1 .... ~t~ * Silage, H&y, Straw, Grains, Etc., left on f~,rm at time I m~~Je~" i [ . . ~ / ----- ,I ~ Old Dominion [ SaLes and Service '..e pH?USE HOLD in gGO2D|Se n -'. - m , Hp ffk V;t Vd ,.in,rv , Meetiag of WSCS | Appliance Store i I mc.,m,nt~v~un m /"'"" ...... / The re Lar mpnthl.y, meeting/ I, UMMUIqlII I ...... ' ~.~.....,-,-.-, ............ /, m. m a . .. /of me w~u~ ot me ~lilLVille ~e./ .................. #r ~mltn 'nre anu MIIINA LUf IWUUT MCl~r'm4.t thodl t C r h a hel r A w Beds and Chest of Drawers, 3 Bureaus, Washst, ands, Small , " /bK M A$$0 a.0n i .s hu c w s d on Tues| C0HPAHY Potomac Light & I Battery Company ~,,, ~u ..... s" ~ ~- ,~.~m p ~ i- tday evening, February 14 at the/ Power Comnanv ! :.~ Dining Room Suite, Studio Couch, Victrola, Rugs, ~," ......................... | Dr. Charles S.,Milton, veternar-|Church. / WE ARE NOW " " ! .................. Jan h b ected resi f s " " ~ ~ ~, stoves, 2 metal cabinets, table and kitchen chairs, """ "~ " T" -- / , as een el p 'dent o [ Mr. James Lflla gave a birth-| IN BUSINESS FOR [Melvin T. Strider Co. t~ . Washer sink, jars crocks dishes, pots pans, utensils of weeneseay ann nurseay /the Virginia Veterinary Medical | day party at her home on Thurs-] P U M P I N G * Riddleber er's Store ~ o . . g "~-ki~ds, many smalt' items too numero~ to list. March. 1 and 2 /Assoclahon. /day, February 9th in honor of/ S .r VlC.Ta lz . I ~ '.~n Early, This Sale Must Start on Time as ther~ will ~ . Dr, Milton, who operates a an | her son Vince Those helping him/ ' - " Sw mJey s urmture tt~,~nY small items a,t start of sale. Not responsible for ADULT ENTERTAINMEN ['mlal hos'p'ltal,,'succeeds"' Dr. E. E.|celebrate the occasion were Lor| (PRICES:) Siler's Sh-o I .... "-'~ents on premises. ~ ]Thompson of Salem. He was in-~na, Tom Lynn and Pamela Pope,| 500 Gal. Tank - $12.00 ............ I ...... ' ..... I'ERMS:CASH on Day of Sale Before Removal. NOWVSe |stalled as president Sunday dur-|Linda Sue Scott, Johnnie and| to ~ [~ SHIRLEY W. BOHN ling the organization's meeting in|Bonnie and Rhonda Milton, Mar-/ ,~,m ~,,,v ,~..-,.. ~.o a, O.--:,L o ........... I ............ ,. ~Roanoke. /ili Jo Vivian and Joe-, Ranalli,/ ovv ~aa~. ~m mxo.u~ o~mt[! ~ OU"l1eL" ILo~n ~ ~ountry t,LO~nlers to .... LORRAINE B. BOHN [ Other officers chosen were Dr. iKevha Milton, Freddie Morrison,/ ........ .... [ ..... IWilson B. Bell, Blacksburg, pres-/NormanGay, JayLilla, MissNan.i l:UOo t~al. *lank - ~.t~.uu ~r..,,.... u_..~ ..... ... I,,~..~,___ ..,~ PHONE MT. AIRY 239-W-5 ~ | ident-elect and Dr. Walter J. Wil | cy Clevenger, Mi~S Rebecca Lilla, | . to ......... .:^ .,~,;~ **~.uwa~,~ I ,v ~twn. [~ut~ TROUT & EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneers. ~ [liams, Uppewille, vice president. [Mr. and Mrs: Edwin Pope, Mrs.| l,auu ~a~. l'anK , ~/I~.UU I Assocla[e ~[ore ' LEASE, Clerk. LLOYD NOt,AN | A former resident of Jefferson |John Milton, Mrs Joseph Ranallil PHONE 40- F 0 v ..... , .-------- Lunch By Ladies of Prospeet Church. - , " ,~ ~ weno s ~aalo -- | Couniy, Mr. Milton is the son of | Mrs. Floyd Milton and Mr. and| ~ , ,~ ..... , ...... I ...... , ., , .... 23-1k |Mr. and Mrs. James Milton ofiMrs. George Morrison. i ~eo. ~-~.--pct. ann 1. v, ~ervlce i~nl[es l~ecorcl ~nop ininilniniili mn near town. I Cake, Valentine candy, potato dnnn ilii