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Charles Town, West Virginia
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Whipp Viands Daughter held on Sunday m. in the Eb- Church in County, Va. for daugh Ronald Wiles vicinity, who of pneu- Town Gen- -~re. she was tak- her fleath. pastor of the the funeral. In- Church yald. ill only a shert on July 30, Was the for- ds, daughter of Viands, Jr. . Besides her Da2 by a little The fRywers Ld the pntlbeare's boys. The little grand daughter and daughter the latter of and Mr. and Mrs. the Bloomery at- of their aunt Cah West, which afternoon Strider Funeral Willam Dillow little Nancy and Donna Lyn the Bloomel y on Suqday at THE T. STRIDER CO. LONIAL HOME Town - 162 /,IK~ ]iOiTlt~ 0[ L}ie LOTl~2(:i.% 13~10D12, Mr. and Mrs, William Pillow and family in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daughter Bonnie ,spent the day Sunday with her parents Mr. add Mrs. Milton Popkins and Joyce at KableLown. Harry Jr., Judy and Bobby Shirley and Nancy Viands who all have had the mumps are back in school again. Mrs. Floyd Bagean~ and daugh- ters Penny and Brenda of near the Power Plant and Mr. Donald Hovermale of Catonsville. Md.. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and little daughter Cheryln Lynn of Loud- Gun Hrs., Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson were the weekend callers with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands, Jr. and family at the Bloomery. Mrs. O. Whitacrc of the Bloom- cry was a caller one evening wlLh her mete Mrs. Vanorsdale add family I:1 Martinsburg. Mr.s. Albert Viands, Jr. and her children, Riekie, Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery were Saturday morning callers with the former,s parents Mr. and Mrs. William Pen well at Murrill Hill. Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and also called on Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McDonald near Middleway on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts of Charles Town spent Saturday ev- ening with their son Melvin. Mr. Walter Smallwood of Ran- son was a caller on Saturday with h~s mother Mrs. Maude Small- wood. Glad to hear my good friend Mrs. Della Welters has improved some. Her son Mr. Gene Welters of Ohio visited her last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Love of the Martinsburg Pike were callers on Sunday with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Dickson and family at the Bloom- cry. Mrs. Julia Viands and daughter Mrs. Helen Shirley, Mrs. Elva ~ i- ands, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hov- ermale and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Custer, the latter of Washing- ton, D. C., attended the funeral Sunday afternoon of little April Sue Wiles, which was held in the Methodist Church in Loudoun Hts. I will sell the following on the Shaull farm of Middleway on ESDAY, MARCH 4, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. HEAD OF CATTLE ---14 With calves by side, 1 white face cow. 2 red cows. 2 calves, 1 white face bull, 1 red bull, 1 small bull, 75--- SHEEP ---75 by side 2 .... SOWS FARM MACHINERY shape practically new rubber. Ford plow, 10-20, 2 International manure spreaders, iron hay rake, spring tooth harrow, disc plow, riding tractor plow, disc harrow, horse rake. 2 wagons, shovel plow, bar shear plow, harness, chains, bolts st quantity of ~unk. 5 H. P. Gasoline Engine and gin~. 1--- RIDING HORSE 9 years old. HOUSEHOLD GOODS kitchen cabinet, buffet and oil heater, one pressure ALBERT L. HENRY Rights Re~lerved m I will sell the following personal property on G. Whiting Farm, located 3 miles west of Mill in Jefferson County, W. Vs. on FEBRUARY 28, 1959 I~EGINNING AT 10:30 A. M.~ 34 HEAD OF CATTLE gers; 9 Holstein heifers, will freshen in fall; by side; 1 Ayrshire cow. springer: 12 Black weighing around 600 lbs.; 2 Black Polled Angus around 700 lhs: 1 Polled Hereford 700 lbs; 2 Hereford heifers, have been bred: 1 These cattle have all been tested in the last IMPLEMENTS tractor No. 44-6; 1954 Ferguson tractor No. 30; 1942 Ford Ferguson tractor; one 10-ft. repelled combine with 45 bu. grain tank, in per- 'is corn picker: one 77 New Holland hay trailer tractor mower; Ferguson mower; 25-ft. elevator for hay or grain with 2-12 inch bottom views: 4 disc harrow: High fork and bucket; Darf side delivery rake: Mc tr~tctor drill on rubber; 3 rubber-tire wagons Idea manure snreader on rubber; McCormick At its annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the senior cla~ss. Har pers Ferry High School crowned a "King" and "Queen" of Hearts a- bove. with last year's "King" and Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David Lee spent the week end in Baltimore. Md. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hamptoq and also called on Mrs. Henry's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs, Neale Goliday and son Garry. Mrs. Beulah Fritts and Mrs. Herndon, the latter of Shenan- doah Junction. spent the weekend with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Herndon in Washington. D. C. Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Midd- leway was a dinenr guest on Fri- day with his sister Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs.. Helen Shirley of the Gen- eral Telephone Co. was a dinner guest on Friday with Mrs. Elva Lancaster in Ransom She is also an operator. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Widmyer of Federal Hill attended a banquet in Washingc, on, D. C. on Monday. Mrs. Harry Shirley and he:" ehildreq of Middleway and Miss Mary Viands of the Bloomery were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and son John. Other callers were George Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands. Jr. and daughter Nancy. Mr and Mrs. ChRrle~ Stoel:-~ and Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son B.obbY of Brunswick. Md were t'he Sundav c~ller. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye FRIEND OF THE FAMILY d Yes, this Reliable pl~ae. macy is d,dh:gte~ ,tO .i~re . '~ ~. ~V, service o~ your'hbt}s~h~q B'. Call '~n tts "foi~~ah~d~tht~ you m'a~ need in di~u~g~ ~" sundr'ies., And. do !h~ s0t~ to bring,us your D~cto},s prescnpiions, you']i:,xal~e ou* expert com~bunaing and our fair priceL 'KING' AHD 'QUEEN' OF HEARTS AT HFHS DANCE NICHOLS STUCK PIt ARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. @@OO~OOO@~OO to right, above, they are Brent Davidson. Howard Koonce. a sen- ior; Sandra Roekenbaugh, a sopho A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION.,* ^ Rock of Age Memorial! The whole purpo~ of ramo. rial art it to commemorato on rubber; John Deere trailer corn planter; the personality and aecom. r corn planter; snow plow for Ford or Fer- plishments of an individual tank on trailer; 7-ft. pulverizer fertilizer at- or family. Rock of Ages' ~ower electric m6t0rs~:-3 three-quarter ho~'se ; one-quarter h~rse power electric motor, skilled design staff translat~ kettles and rings: garage battery charger, these aecomplishment~ into beautiful memorial d~i~q~. Welder; vice, anvil forks shovels, digging tro~ #~.~ Them it no finer articles too numerous to mention. /xutKLK way to ~how your TRUCKS ~,a~'~J devotion to loved e' k,9" one. ~]~ truck. You I)Kk of AII AuthiH4sed Dcmklt MARTINSBUR6 GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Vs. a~m trucks. FEEDS ~, clover and timothy hay (can be seen on Mrs. near Shepherdstown. ) on this farm was sold last fall.) by W. S. C. S. of Mt. Wesley Methodist Church "Queen" placing the crown. Left more. and Carol Kidwiler. Cavaliers Combo played for the dance. t Photo Courtesy The Journal by Clipp Studios) and son Sylvester. The W. S. C. S. of Oakland M. E. Church was held Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers. Quite a n'amber were present considering that an epidemic of sickness has hit this part of the county. Mrs. Dora Groves of the Lee- town Road is spending awhile with her sister Mrs. George Mar- low at Federal Hill. Mrs, Harry Shirley and child- ren were callers on Sunday with .Mrs. Estelle Upright arid family near Leetown. Mrs. John Milton and son John of Millville were the Monday even- ing callers with Mrs. Bert Viands. (Nothing to be removed until settled for.) c~ mark~. It tdeadfa~ Ill ATTEND CHTTRCH NIINDA'V Rock of hl~ monumm~ JOE WALPER LEWIS AND LOWE, Auctioneers ! SHENANDOAH By Miss Lillian Myers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder spent the weekend with her mo- ther Mrs. L. J. Virts and brother- in-la,w Mr. Henderson Bailey in Winchester. Va. The many friends of Mr. Bailey are glad ,to know he has returned to his home after having been a patient in the Win- chester MemOrial Hospital for the past seven weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fraley of Shenandoah, V,a. spent the week- end w~tt] h~:, dauahLer:; Mr=. I,oo Anderson and Mrs. Paul Hender- son. Mr. Bobby Wright is a patien! in Kings Daughters Hospital. Mar tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and baby of Fort Eustis. Va. spen~ the weekend with her sister and bro- ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson. Mr. Leroy Qoulter who has been a patient at Newton D. Baker Hos pitaI Martinsburg for the past week has returned to his home and is much improved. Miss Linda Henderson is con- fined to her home wi:h tonsilitis. The many friends of Mr. Shirley Alger of Charles Town are glad to know he has returned home after having been a patient in the Charles Town Hospital. The Rev. Willard White of Hyn dman. Pc. visited friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grant and sons of Martinsburg visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat Sunda y. Mr and Mrs. Robert Dart and Miss Mac Morris visited their nie ce and nephew Mr .and Mrs. Clau de Harries in Hagerstown Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hendricks and daughters spent Sunday with her sister and brothers-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magaha Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Osbourn Parr and Miss Otis Parr of Hagerstown vis- ited their sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright Sunday. John G. Wyndham On Cargo Ship Thuban In Amphibious Exercises Camp Lejeune, N. C, (F'HTNC) John G. Wyndham, seaman ap- prentice, USN, son of MrL J. E. Wynd'ham of Washington Street. Harpers Ferry, W. Va, aboard the attack cargo ship USS Thuban is taking part in an amphibious ex- ercise on Onslow Beach at Camp Lejeune, N. C. Involving ships of the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Force and 2.000 Marines of the Second Marine Air SPIRIT OF TEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY. FEBI~UARY 26. 1959 2--11 Wing "Tralex 1-59" began Feb. 2. Equipment and troops were load ed during the first week in Febru- ary a~ Morehead City, N. C. and Port Royal. S. C. Operations a~ sea were conducted until the init- ial landing Feb. 7. "Tralex" was designed to pro- vide training in landing suppor~ equipment, and methods of estab- lishing aiz' defense and tactical air control ashore in connection with advance all" wing operations. Re-loading and disembarking op erationswill continue through Feb. 20. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAT D From.a purr to a roar, smooth listening is yours at all times with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duet - a slim-trim eyeglass hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC {Auto- matic Volume ControD to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ROY B. FURR, Manager Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 Costs less per unit of plant food l The same plant food in fewer bags! Less hauling and handling! Fewer tons to spread! An analysis for every needl [-7 No useless f ller! See Your Local Y|AR| OIr SERVICE TO IrARMEN$ Service Agency