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Peanuts by $&elz Shepherdstown Men's Club Rev. G. S. Johnston, John Orn- now has a membership of dorff, W. E. VanMetre, A. M. 65 members has completed Pittinger, Raymond Woodward, Organization for the year 1966 Albert Knee, Dr. William Speg, the Reverend George S. and K. W. Eutsler. Lston, being named as presi- The Club which was organized ;W. E. VanMetre, vice-presi- some years ago has two major programs which it carries one ; Arthur Prather, secretary; and both are of real value and Jhn Orndrff' treasurer' great service t the club mere" !00?~U~[i~__ ! ~ Le new board of directors are bers and the peoples of Shep- 0. S. Ikenberry, Dr. A. G. herdstown and Jefferson County. Arthur Prather, the Their first project was the acqu- __tl~u~YCm~qp~tC.~lt,~,..m, .~t~ iring and remodeling of a build- T.b~u.s ,~.,--*,,,,~.,.--~ H J~6~ by U*;~4 Feih~l 5y~d4ce~. Ne. ing in Shepherdstown, now To Church Sunday known as the War Memorial xauonal cartoon,ate Society % When you don't enough Homeowner's .. or life 5r auto we get so excited danger to your family. e have complete facilities all kinds of coverage. and let us check entire insurance pro- No obligations "of CoUrse. PHONE 725-2211 Building. This building is used extensively for organization meet O. S. Ikenberry, Walter Knott, ings and dinners and for commu- Ferd Donley, Robert Hocken- nity projects, smith, Robert Moran, Cletus The other major club project Lowe. is the acquiring and development MEMBERSHIP: -- of the old Morgan's Grove park DR. A. G. SLONAKER - Chair property located on State Route man, Joe Shiffman, Harry Fletch- 48 just West of Shepherdstown. er, Floyd Miller, Albert Kave, This facility which has already John Orndorff, John Deputy, B. received many innovations for Begole, Dr. B. Mehrling, Lester the public s convenience, is used Staley. heavily by the community and PUBLICITY:-- the general public, particulary DR. O. S. IKENBERRY - Chair- during the Summer monthc, man, Rev. Paul Reiter, L. J. Me- In organizing for the new year Donald, Dr. Win. Speg. atotal of seven committees were PARK:-- named. They are as follows: Co-Chairman, Arthur Prather and Raymond Woodard, John ATTENDANCE:- Deputy, A. M.Pittinger, David K. M. EUTSLER - Chairman, Parks, Herbert Everhart, Dr. Sam Skinner, Russell White, Dr. Loyd Bates, Boyd Widmyer, C. W. Shipley, H. Fletcher, Sam Skinner Charles Kave, A. Russell Delauter For Clean And Use Triple-Refined TL And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue SPECIAL PROJECTS: --- Charles Unseld and K. W. Euts ler: - Co-Chairmen; Lester Staley, Walter Whittington, Warner Holli day, Sam Skinner, W. E. Van Meter, Russell White, C. W. Ship ley, Tom Barrick, and All Mem- bers of board of directors. AUCTION: -- W. E. Van Meter, Chairman, Brown Hendricks, Charles Unseld Edward Rogers, Max Derr, C. W. Shipley, Rev. Paul Reiter, W. Vaughn, W. F. err, Charles Burr Lester Staley, H. Fletcher, Sam Donley, Harvey Tabler, Dr. Loyd Bates, Warner Holliday, R. B. Swanson, David Parks, Ward LaRue, Sam Skinner, Butler Mc Donald, K. W. Sutsler, J. L. Egle, HORSE SHOW:-- Co-Chairmen, A. M. Pittinger and C. Delaney, John Orndorff John Deputy, Lester Staley, Edw- ard Rogers, Charles Unseld, Max Derr, C. W. Shipley, John M. Skinner, John L. Egle, Dr. Wm. Speg, Wm. Piercey, W. Whitting- ton, Henry M. Snyder, Jr., Frank Hill, Raymond Byers, Albert Kave,Charles Kave, A. P. Rider, Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 WEDNESDAY, MA CH 16, 1966 Beginning at 10.00 A. M. At the Bessie Lloyd Farm, approximately 2 miles West of Rippon, on Summit Point Road. Follow Sale Signs. 61--HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTY61 This Is An /~ecredited Herd. Bangs and T. B. Tested Within 30 Days. Individual Health Certificates will be given for interstate ~hlpment day of sale. 9 Cows full flow milk; Cow will freshen in March; 3 Cows Will freshen in April; 3 Cows will freshen in May; 3 Cows will freshen in June and July; 24 Cows will freshen in August and September; 2 First calf heifers will freshen in July; 12 First heifers will freshen in August and September; 2 Heifers, old; 2 Heifers, 4 months old. This herd of fine Holsteins have been raised by Mrs. Lloyd, !ram Wisconsin Holstein Cows. FARM MACHINERY John Deers410 tractor, with cultivators; John Deere-A tractor; Yew Holland-271 hay haler; New Ho|land-4~l hay conditioner; 4orrill rake; John Deere 28 ft. elevator; John Deere-8 mower; Iohn Deers-13-7 grain drill (used one season); John Deers t row corn planter with fertilizer and sprayer attachment; ield sprayer; John Deers.229 2 row mounted earn picker; ~ternatlonal 20@ manure spreader; John Deers disk harrow; ~lark cut away disk harrow; John Deers 3 bottom trip plow; ohu Deere 2-14 inch bottom plow; John Deers 2-12 inch bottom ~low, on rubber; John Deere 10 ft. springt tooth harrow; Inter- latlonal spring tooth harrow; 2 lever harrows; Cobey wagon vlth bed;-David Bradley wagon with bed; rubber tire wagon; !eCormick Deering soil pulverizer; Gehl ensilage chopper; land rag; John Deere hammer mill; John Deere feed grinder. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 4 Surge milker units; pump and motor; 30 ten gallon milk ans; 3 stainless steel strainers; 3 four gallon buckets; double ash up tank; Diamond water heater; can rack; metal wall abinet. FEED 700 Bales wheat straw; 400 Bales alfalfa hay; 400 Bales :l~Othy hay; 200 barrels corn; approximately 75 ton silage. MISCEIX NEOUS ,.~eCullogh chain saw; rubber tire wheelbarrow; Sunbeam cow ~iipPers; feed cart; motor and grinder; vise; forks; shovels; ~ligging irons; ropes; some small tools; sleigh; junk, and other ~tleles too numerous to mention. TERMS--CASH. All articles to be removed at time of sale. Lunch will be served by Ladies Auxiliary of Citizens Fire ~nlPany, of Charles Town. The Old National Bank Of Martinsburg Attorney-in-Fact to Sell Personal Property for Bessie Lloyd. Auctioneers: WALTER D. ORNDoRFF and NED MORROW Clerks: R.E. MORELAND and CLARK FURR Feb. 24-3t. Hilliard on Sunday. SPIRIT OF : Mr and Mrs John Heinz and! . . .... " .... THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1966 jennny vlsltea xrs: rover , ,, ....., i .... terson, of Romfiey, on aturday. I " and IIIII .................. ,a! matches of the .ational In-sonMark. Baltimore, Md, 111"S I~O~UY[, kII(IUYSOB Ills Ut~ll .... " ; ~" " ~ named chairman for the I eart door Lawn Tennis ChatnpionsMp ]Mr. and Mrs. Kenn h Whttmore, .. ...... ,_ .......... il~^ games at Salisbury, Md., last I Winchester, Va. visited Mr and vunu ~rlve 111 tIl~ l~t~iit'ltU]/~iVl IU " . " area Her helpers will be named weekend" I Mrs. Robert Whxtmore on San- II at a'late ; date I Mr. Fred Smith King's]day. Miss Sandy "Jackson, daughter Daughters Hospital on Monday. [ ' celebrated her second birthday .... ' ........... W10ougYEARSAGOaw,ill hby E. ttensh yol0 ung'and Mrs. James White and chil- of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jarmey and TO CitURCii ON $UND&Y Middieway farmer, was n med dren, of WinchesteL Va., visited on Tuesday. Miss Barbara Creamer, Wash- Jefferson County s Outstanding Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder Sun- ington, D C., spent the weekend Young farmer, day. Paul Reid resigned as manager Mr. Frank Nichols is a patient with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the New Aeme Super-Market in the Charles Town General Gilbert Creamer. in Charles Town to go into the tto~itat. His friends hope he The Evergreen 4-H Club Will grocery business for himself, will soon be able to return home. hold its next meeting on March Fire caused about $2000 in dam Mr. James Graves, of Perry 11 instead of the regular meeting ages to a building and some hay and machinery on the Herbert C. Everhart farm, Leetown. Mrs. Jonathan Baker, the for- mer Miss Dorothy Lugar of Cha- rles Town was appointed princi- pal of the Geneses Junior High School, Flint, Michigan. Died: . Mrs. Ella M. Rider, widow of Edward Rider, in Cha- rles Town General Hospital; Will iam Henry Viands, 88, in the local hospital; Mrs. Emma Rus- sell, widow of the late Isaac H. Russell, in Fredericksburg, Va.; Mrs. Daisy Louella Foster Flem- ing, 76, former Louvettville res- ident, at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Clayton Frye, Millville; Thomas Hendrix Magaha, 68, well known county farmer, in Charles Town General Hospital; Miss Su- san Landers, wife of Fred Land- era of Ranson, in the local hospi- tal; James G. Hunter, 40, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hunter of Charles Town, at his home in Harrison.burg, Va. Point, Md., spent the weekend night. This change is due to the with his children and sister, Miss basketball tournamenL Pat Graves. Mr and Mrs. Bill Kilmer, Mar- Mrs. Walter Ronemous is tinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. E. O. spending some time with her son Hamstead and sons, Braun and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David, saw the semi-final and fi- Sam Cross in Front Royal, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Brunswick, and Mrs. Agnes Philips and Mr. Joe Snyder, of Brunswick, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead On All Orders R ceived During t'donth Of Marc?e_ : Triple Track Aluminum Storm Windows Mrs. Johnston Guest of Honor And Screens. No more putting them up, Mrs. Norval G. Johnston was a guest of honor at a surprise stork them down. m fuel will pay for them in a very short time. party given by Mrs. Betty Hall and Mrs Edith Thomas at Grace Church Hall, Kearneysville, on Saturday night. The social hall was decorated With pink and blue streamers and the gift table was Married: . Miss Sandra Lee Grubbs of Hagerstown and Mr. centered with a stork In keep- Claude Flagg, son of Mr. and ing with the theme, white cake, Mrs. Dorsey Flagg of Charles Town, 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 Died: - Miss Cornelia Moore, born at "Upton", Clarke County in her home in Berryville; Robert W. Easterday, son of the late Wm. P. and Minnie Easterday, in Charles Town General Hospital Married: . Miss Beulah Win- ifred Kackley of Berryville and Win. Meals LaRue of Summit Point, at the home of the bride. The Red Cross opened its drive with a quota set at $4,900. Robert Allen of Rippon pur- chased a 70 acre farm near Bak- erton from .Mrs. Gilbert Perry of Harpers Ferry. 40 -- YEARS AGO -- 40 Died: . At his home in Middle- way, John H. Rosenberger, aged 64; at his home in Washington Frank Riely, 61, formerly of Hospital, Mrs. Ethel Rogers Burr wife of Charles Burr of Charles Town. Fire destroyed the old Me- Knight factory near the B & 0 Station in Charles Town. Married: - In Martinsburg by the Ray. Roy Schmucker, Fred James Gary of Martinsburg and John Boyce, W.H.S. White, Jr., Charles Town; in McKeesport, Jesse Jenkins, Sam Donley, Dan Pa., Mrs. Clarence Littleton Hale, Mankins, AI R. Delauter, T. C. wife of Clarence Hale, formerly Myers, and all members of board of this county; in Charles Town Directors. Miss Flol ine Ann DiUow, for- merly of MillviUe. 60 -- YEARS AGO -- 60 SUnE LOSi If yoU were laid up for a long period of time be- cause of accident or ill. ness, your weekly pay coUldduced or Cut off ~om, be drastically re- plstely. To make sure of an income during disabil- ity, call our dfl~ce about 2Etna Life's Income Pro. tection Plan. Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Real Estate Died: . At his home in Berry- villa, Edward V. Kerchival aged 49 years; at Shenandoah Junction Mrs. Laura Hageley, wife of Jacob Hageley, aged 52, at Zoar, this County, Miss Bessie Wood, wife Of Walter F. Wood, aged 26 years; near Charles Town, Wilson Coyle, son of Jerome Coyle, aged 26 years; in Shepherdstown, Mrs. l~chel Snyder, aged 82. Married: . In Baltimore, Md., Win. Huyett of Hagerstown and Miss Bertha Phillips, formerly af Charles Town; in Charles Town by the Rev. T. C. Jones, G. O. H. CLAPPER, JR. Bradley and Miss Ida Blanche Heiston, both of Luray, Va. Hill Dale Shopping Center -------- 80 -- YEARS AGO -- 80 S. S. Dalgarn ptitekased the Shugart property in Charles Town containing a dwelling and 2 store looms for $11,500. 90 -- YEARS AOO -- 90 The Virginia Paper Mill at Hall town restimed operation in lots of 50 tons, boards for the paper boxes for Clark's Spool Cotton :Manufactory. ta~ Amort~a'a ll~ ~lt washer, the you @an sffor/L Miss Lillian Myers ! The Jefferson Home Demon- stration Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Miller, Kear- neysville for an allday meeting on March 1, weather permitting,. The me~ting Will begin at 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch, of B ethesda, Md., visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Grayson, Sunday. Underwent Surgery iss Nar cy Cas ll underwent decorated with tiny pink and blue sugar baby shoes, punch, mints, and nuts were served. Guests were Mrs. William Bayer and Mrs. Bucky Stride, Shep- herdstown, Mrs. Hunter Mauck and Mrs. Richard Feller, Martins- burg, Mrs. David Smith and Mrs. R. U. Smith, Middleway, Mrs. Bill Breeden and Lisa, Ranson, Mrs. Carlton Swartz, Mrs. Walter Judy, Mrs. Norval Johnston, St., Mrs. Wallace Welsh, Mrs. Marvin Thomas, Charlotte and Kenny, Miss Brenda Willingham, Newt Stuckey and Norval G. Johnston, II. Mrs. Johnston received gifts, also from friends who could not attend. Mrs. Fred Smith returned by plane on Thursday from a two. weeks visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. James D. Smith of Chanute Field, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Edwards and family, Middleway, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rockwell and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leonard, Martins- burg, visited Mr. and Mrs George $3.00 ',open heart" surgery at Presbyte. I rian Hospital, New York City, on I Pay Week Fehrnary 3. She is re0uperatingl satisfactorily. Miss Cassell is the [ daugt ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harri- CHARLES TOWN so. Cassell, of "yde Park, N. Y.' Mrs. Cassell is the former Miss 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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