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wood both of Millville; ArthUr, | | ~ i guests Sund~y of Mr. and Mrs. Town was Sunday visitor of his Russell and Nellie Welsh, both of I ~I~ L L U I William Honk. Other recent visi- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Kabletown. I :.- -- -"-- I tars at their home have been Mrs. Penwell. A decree was entered in the I By Mass Dorothy Bowers I William Honk, Jr. and son, Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Leo Virts of Luc- Jefferson Circuit for the sale of] -- ]of Uvilla, Messrs, Austin and ketts. Va and Mr and Mrs Glenn the Stephenson Seminary in Char| Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Kelly of I James Bowers of Charles Town. Biggs were Sunday visitors of Mr. --From The Files of The-- les Town ] .Chant!l!y, ya. spent Monday even ] Housewarming for and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and faro "~-- l lug "~ ltn melr sister ann oromer I ~_ ^_., u.- D .... ih, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 | in-law Mr and Mrs Clarence I .:.....u ..,.. u.wc,~ , ,~_. /Bo.,d and'flail- Mrs" Bo,,d has| Memoers of the ~oung Adult s Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott ann By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer Capt. Bruce, Gibson, former[ h^~ _^..~;..A +~'~... ~..A f. ^^1. I Class of the Presbyterian Sunday family of Randallstown, Md. were t a f " "e o~. ~u.~m~u w ,~ ~, , ~ ...... pus-m ster o Wmchester dt d at|. ith t~'e fl" '-u+ "t +h;s t; e is]Schl' along wzth other roTted Sunday vlsztors of the formers ~ his home in that city. |~J ~ oh u ~.:,a ~ , -, J friends suprised Mr. and Mrs. mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and broth- x ar viii ""'J ........... *" ....... 10 YEARS AGO -- 195x tar and Mrs. Frank R. Cockrell to Edward Co of Ke neys e/ Vi~i+~r~ Frida" afternoon with IElwood Bowers, Tuesday evenmg er. le Charles Town-Ranson [Mr. Harry A. Baechtel of Fred- and Charlie Howard of Charles| a ....... ]with a Housewarming, at their Mrs. Esther aden and daugh- Town w ow ed w lie s t'|Mrs Charles'~taubs Mrs Dou-Inew home, near Halltown. Those ter Donna and sons Guy and ~ber of Commerce has dana-lericksburg, Va. ere dr n h" ka ..................... "~'"J ..... + ;0 towns of Charles Town and I George William Watson, native ing on the Potomac River near]+~ ~,.~ot.,~tt ~,t ,t~',~r,+o~ ~'i~" Ipresent for the enjoyable occas- Frank of Ranson were Saturday t li in .................... ~" .............. ~0n 6 trash cans to be Dlaced [f Middleway and ex-confederate Ra t ng Spr gs. [D.... ,q ~h,ql~r 7dr ~r~d ~r~ [in included Mrs. W. Graham evenmg callers of Mr. and Mrs. br the "eki and ..............J .............. the public streets for-trash ]veteran celebrated his 101st bir- Two o rs, Sobs 1~, ,.~,,~ p,,,~ h~v,~ ~l~,~ h,,m ,., |Wood of Duffields, Mrs. William Theodore Ott and family. refuse [thday at his home in Parkersburg Capt Edgar Lee dad with1 31,,,+ ,~++ ...... ++h M," and Mrs |Trail of Bolivar, Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Esther aden and daugh- - f a h th in Charles ........................ "dents" of the 6th grade of ]in his service with the conCeder- nays o e c o er [Gra, " " [Parks, Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn, Mrs. ter xJonna ann sons tiuy ann Wright Denny School electedlacy he was twice wounded and Town. Both were natives of Pen-] Ylr'o urm~,~ Tz^~t. ~i .... D"r lCharles Ruble and Mrs. Frank Frank of Ranson were Sunday t Cole King" and Patricia [when the war ended wag a pris- nsylvania and well advanced in] ,~oth.'B-'.'.=r="an~i"'Esthe=~Po~eISimns of Charles Town. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore allbill, Queen for the Wright Iner at Fort McHenry, Baltimore, years. [were su;;er guests Frida; of ~v~r ] Those from Halltown attending Ott andfamily. ... . ay Frusta. John Cole is tile]Md. -- I....t .~. ~ ....a~+l,. ...... ~:~[were Mrs Alec Costello, Mrs Mrs. t;ora Wiley cemDrated her E AG 1881 ............ ~s ....... ~ ........ " Of Mr. and Mrs. George Cole I Fire completely destroyed a lar 80 Y ARS O -- / .... |Earl Peacher Mrs Edwin Clevenszxty-fffth bzrthday on Sunday, ~narms xown. ' " " M " Patricia Lookinbill is the dau Ige barn on the farm of Mrs. Bes DIED:In Charles Town, Ben-| ~,T]~ C.rnnvillo .q Wriahf IT .~ I~er Mrs Marshall McAbov Mrs r. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley and son jams W, Dalgarn, near Kearneys|~..,~ ..d hio ~ ..... ~+-~ T ~*tl. |Bernard Ott Mrs Winerd Bowers of the Power Plant, Mr. and Mrs. r of Mr and Mrs Alvin T [sic Lloyd, two miles west of Rip- " " " .................... ~" ............... ~bill. " " "]pan. Besides contents of hay and ville, John Rutherford of Shep- [~ri'~'f ~.."~-- "~l..--~"+~s"~-;.-~-~-'~ [ Mrs Elmer Wright Mrs Nat- Lester Jenkins and daughter Lin. ] ...... ~ ~uu., ~.~,,=~ .v~,~.~ u~ ' " " and fa El): Wffliam Franklin Jack- ]grain two horses and one hog per herdstown; at the Whzte House h_r.~+.+^.. ~r.. ;.;+^.~ ...... , .~.. o |haniel Gray Jr Mrs David Pen- da, Mrs. JoAnne Vmnds m- I ~lored at his home in Ran-]ished. near Summit Point Mary Ann |+*~:~"~,~:,"~. ~h~'~i~u ::::~'~: ~ [well Mrs "'Wi/iiam "Honk Miss ily and Mr. Carl Wiley were visi-J rs. Sallie Page Nelson, for | -- Morrow wife of Joseph Morrow. i:L~ ,"~%,L:S,i;:7_,~:"P?::..+,",': [Susanne Gray and Miss Dorothy tars and presented her with nice] .... .,,~ ,,..o. ~.,,v...,s,,~. ~.a.+..= ~ " f" ish of Middleway at her homel 40 YEARS AGO--- 1921 Philip Engle Sr. dad near Har|a recent medical patient in the/Bowers, along with Mr and Mrs. and us~u2 gif~.~We w her gbranch" in Clarke County. [ DIED:Near Independence, Md~ pers terry. ~. . . [Langley Air Force Hospital near ]Bowers and their son, /~ruce.. ""~r~ "~'~a~'~'"~.~l ~ice a"~1 Dr. J. v. bzmmons remgnea as I~.~n.r+ ~ow~ V~ enntinu~ t-/ Durin~ the evening (leliclous "*':, ....... -o ......... ~ .... ^,,^ 1" / Mrs. Lizzie Milton, daughter of teller }n the First Nat!on,Bank [improve and e~pects to return to |refreshments of cake, punch, nuts son ~ene eWte:erSatur~a~y l~,rsnmg i ~u YEARS AGO- 1941 ]the late Joshua Myers of this .$D:At her home on Liberty |county; at the home of his daugh- at aetzerson t~ounty zn t~narms |duty very soon /and mints were serveu The o-re-- s ...................- t Town | ~,.~ ~,~,,, "u,,,a .... + ~h .... |voun~ couule received many love- vin Upright and daughter Karen [ tzss Rose E. Griffith; at her |ter in Shippensburg, Pa. Joseph " - .o- .- ........ ~ t~hestnut Hill near Harpers ]Keyser a former resident of Bol- 90 YEAR-ff'~O 1871 |day-vis]ti'ngO'lae~"s~ste~,'Mrs. Ed./ly and nsefui gifts . land:nSco~at ~e::~en.cox of[ r, Mrs. Lillie M. Hawk; at ]lear. -- |ward Young, in Charles Town.I Mr. and Mrs; Kenneth Angers ] . . I Richard W, I Dinner ouests Sunday of Mrs /and family of Charles Town were I H Bro n son of the Ranson were Monday v~sztors of ~e of his daughter in Har-] Twelve inches of snow covered late Jos p . , |Nathaniel Gray, Jr. and family |vzmtors Friday evenmg with Mrs. !T r-r ..... D ...... u ] erry, John J. Farehty; at Ithe county with the thermometer e h M Brown died at his ~" " ..... the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. hnauffer Hospital, Bruns- ]3 degrees below zero. home in Charles Town.. ...... |were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges ]Anders' parents Mr. and Mrs. Jaer i-. -~..-~.* ~.,:--~.....~,~ a~ri~+ "n"~ I ~d., Melvin Shewbridge of] Marriage licenses were issued The dwening of me ate wU-[of Charles Town and Little Miss[nard Ott. [..~'--'.2"~."~2:..~""'? .... ~'~ "1 Hook, Md. lin Charles Town to Arnold John liam Morrow in Charles Town IMarili Jo Ranalli of Millville | Visitors Sunday evening at the lmrs. ~vtyru.e watt ann sons LarryI ItlED: At the home of the Ison of Reynolds, Ky. and Edna was sold to George W. Kellison |Prayer Meetin " |home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse I and S terhng of .Charms.. "townI r 700 - .o- were monaay evenmg vzmtors oz Parents Miss Wilhelmina/May Fox of Rippon; Geo. Newton fo $ . | World Missmn Prayer Meetmgs/and sons were Mr. and Mrs. Law I ............. I Seth M. Timberlake represent-lare bein- held Monda-, Wednes-Irence Muse and family of Lees-[~v~rs. 'r. D. u~t ann ~r. x=tarry x~. I ~ell only daughter of May |Dillow and Mary Elizabeth Small- ing Rouss & Co.of New York up-|day and~ Friday evenings this |burg, Va. 10% ........... ~._~. +,.~+ a~.~ ] PAl INV[NIORY' ' SAL[ enea a store m narms Town. NOTICE TO --CREDITORS. |worship lags |here, |week at th ........... .... will at and 7:30 ebePresb prayer P" brzef M. v i ter for These servzces an theC hurch I world meet-land of ]ald /and Mr and Mrs Du las Bwers/" v*"e ~'e ~au to '=a'~" Frye family "Mrs." of Aiton of Oharles Bolivar," Muse ' g Town, Mrs. and Don-/sons Mr'I| t "~ r * an~ u ~V~ rs: ~ el~oy' "~ul~s~ r +;..~. ame '" u. to ....... ~r.. ~tt t)e ,.as " .... aownstalrs teeimg ~. " .... t~etter +; at .... .... mzs ;.bne L/"~" / wrz- and as/" " To the Creditors and Benefit-lwide mission of the church. All/were supper guests Sunday of/. : .... ..... i of Grace V laughters Lmoa aria r~amy anct Juries of the Estate -Imembers of the church and frie-]Mrs. Winerd Bowers and family. | ........... a ed son marun at lVllU~leway were Rogers, dece s . ]nds are invited to attend. [ Master Bruce Bowers celebrat-| ........... ~unaay wmtors at me miters mo All persons having claims a:/ Rev W Graham Wood of Duff-] ing his fourth birthday on Sun-| .......... " gainst the estate of Grace V. l ields, was'a supper guest Tuesday | 2ay, February 26 was the guest ]tn~r~VXrS'dm~iry ~'n~ore Viands SILK HILl. SATES R00M yO~o~?,aZ~o~rZ~a ~on:xt~a~lt ~el;fM[aa~ld Mrs. Edwm Clevenger/ ~fohgno~ ~t: dmnerogZ~e: gnanh~S[andt dv~U~th~ero~f Rran::g l~f:eB~eb same, with vouchers thereof, le- | Mr and Mrs Frank Simons and| )arents Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clev-| o . at my office in the Citizens Office/son, ~vxicnaez oz t~narms town, ana/ roger. Omers present for the oc-/ FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA gaily verified, to the un e signeo :.. . : ..... -. Building, Charles Town West | Mrs. Winerd Bowers were dinner/:asian were his parents Mr. and/ Virginia, on or before tlae 18th| ] .VIrs. Elwood Bowers, Mr. and[ T ~ II ~ da of Au 1961" otherwise they/ ~r~w'~. q~t ~.rHTnl[~S / Mrs. Alec Costello and daughter| ~ n -- may by law be excluded from all | -------- / Mary Lane, Mrs. N athamel Gr y,[ MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. 9 - BI6 DAYS- 9 y g ...................... a benefit of said estate. All bene-/ To the Creditors and Benefie-/~r., ~vxrs. wimam wra~l ann sons| flciaries of said estate are notified | iaries of the Estate of Mary Lou | Mark and David and Miss Shut-| ........ to be present on said date to pro-| Steptoe, deceased. ] on Clevenger. | I.; O L U ~1 I A i. tect their lnteres~ Gwen under my hand this 14th/gainst the estate of Mary Lou/ kit It a| a|| t| t~ ~/ F U N E R/k L It 0 M E THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd THRU . . All persons having elalms a- +- day of February, 1961 er e Steptoe, deceased, wheth du SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1961 +,~ B. WETZEL, /or not, are notified to exhibit m A..I. / +h.+,. "O-- Commissioner of Account,/same with vouchers thereof, le-] I By ~zrs, ramme Ott | m,,..h=,.~.,+,..,,- County of Jefferson /gaily verified to the undersigned,/ l .... v~"~x~'u~u Feb. 16-3t.[at my office in the Citizens Omee/ Mrs. Esther aden and sons Guy| ~K ~==l,=~k,m~ 1~ "~ |Building, Charles Town, West[ and Frank of Ranson were Sat-1 v..- -,.~,,v .... " -.,- Thru Friday--- t Virginia, on or before the 18th|urdav evening visitors of Mrs.[ 8 A. M. to 4:30 P. M, /day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they|Paul neOtt | m II: I Xm Irony, by law be excluded from an[ Mr Carl'Wile was Thursday| Saturday 8 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. :=>|+ .ben el.It of ss~dd e~t~teare~llb~ed/ +~+^..--, ,.~..~.0 ,p.,,,,.,/night visitor of Mr. and Mrs. G+-~-It '~ D dP I / teet their Interests. / mr. . . . / f~P",i-I $'~gAI/~ ,, ~ -, l ~dr ~,~ ~,e Redecorate Your Home with Our Drapery Fabrics; ~,'~, t~ ,e~u -r'~ ~J_ll~l,,.I. ~_ ] Given under my hand this 14th| son of Ranson were recent ws -| _ _ ~-.,.,.7..7... ~ I ;ripes, Plains, and Lovely Panel Designs. day of February, 1961 /tars of the latters parents Mr. and/ M | i ",~~MO~'~A'~. " I. I MARK B. WETZEL ]Mrs. Rodney Jenkins and family.| ll.llllllll II II~~ F For those NEW SPRING DRESSES" AND | A ,~/'~V Idt~l~ _ ~ | Com ssloner of Accountsl Sunday visitors of Mrs. Nelhe/ .... ~~:~. ] ~"~.~'~'~_" " _'_'."~-'.~-".'-. [~ /County of Jefferson /Oden and family were Mrs. Es-[ ~z.~u ..ORMALS: Silks -- Plain and Printed, Silk ] yOUI E: ITTINO [ |Feb. 16-3t. [ther aden and daughter Donna|Per Week and sons Guy and Frankie of Ran Urganza, Silk Linen, and Acetate Taffetas. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. /son, Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mr. and/e NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS ,,~'~-=~r~n ;?/g-i~ l _ .. _ ...-:7--- ..... l Mrs Theodore Ot and daughtersl fl~e~ wMh~, tl - II ~'~T ....W(~lll / TO me t;remmrs aria ~enene-/.. "" - " and sons Ted" "" "" " '" x- +A~ v u ~ m ~o~io~ , +ha ~tate of Cecelia W / Lznaa ann uzanne "1 yet it cost only [ I " i [~ ................ 1 95 ACCEPTED AT SALE PRICES. /Lea-ue deceased /dy, Randy, Joey and R,ck . | * ". _ i n ~/~"., [~}keJ..]/" "~/~_l -2 ' ,-~ ........... Mr and Mrs Charles Aleshire[ to. pay tar, ~.1 $ ~ Iarch 9 and 9-2t. --~ ~ss persons n=v,us ~,=L..x+ =- " Holas more; ~~tlE~l~(gt~ ~//.. /gamst the estate of Ceceha W. of Manassas. Va. and Mr. andt keeps water hot~ %. t~ u~'f///"" /League, deceasea, wnemer aue m++. z~.s:, v,,,+~,.,~ .... ."L .... ":l longer; washes- II . otlfied to exhlblt the les Town were ~unaay vzsitors Oil ~a.. ,,,,...,w ~ ....... i, o.a /or not. are n .................................. ~~.~~/same with vouchers thereof, le- Mr. ann ~trs. t;nartes wuey anal ~ Bee It now! ~to ~s.,,~ I gaily verified to the undersigned family. | ............... .... at my office in the Citizens Office Mrs. Judy Harding and daugh- I rNAR/P TI]WM You'll pat yourse, on the Building,, Charles Town: Westter Pamela and Mrs. JoAnnel ~=~==.-=.~ iv vv~ w n ou order free V~rgmza, on or betore me 18th back, he y " ." " " . ........ Viands and daughter and son an([] ~A~ ~ I~. o" s any of Aug, 1EK~I; otnerwzse mey . - ~ v~ ~v.# n~v quahty fuel d from u. " ...... z Mrs. Josephme Jenkms were. o..... + ..... ~ ~-,- meter- may, by law be excmaeu ram an Tuesday dinner uests of Mr and ...... .............. .... ..... , -* - - . ... g -+ : | 114 North Charles St, ed truc ks. ~lrs Charms wztey ann am ty. ~lel~rl~Sr::eS~d:st~dte;:~e z~t~rled. Mr Buddy Penwell of Charles] Charles Town, W. Vs. -ANNOUNCES-- Open Friday Nights Until 9:00 P. M. Closed Saturday At 6:00 P. M. Town Caperton & Gift Shop Brothers Smart Fashions Music Store Jewelry Store Cain Jewelers Store I Jeffer---- on Hardware Co. No better time than Kastle's Men's Shop NOW to check your Insurance| Leggett's Dept. Store A periodic check of your insurance program is all- Lueille's Small Fry Shop important to make sure that your protection always matches your needs. Don't Modern Home Appliance run the risk of having an Sales and Service uninsured loss. Call us now for a free survey of your Smith Tire and needs. There's no oblisatiort Battery Company of course. Melvin T. Strider Co. Swimley's Furniture Store, Inc. Town & Country Clothiers Western Auto Associate Store White's Record Shop :IMRTFORD FIRI~ IllmlP&Ne~ C0MI'J~P II~rtf~l IS, Co~emcticut" Light & Company Store Shoe Center & Strider ttardware Radio Service tect their interests. Given under my hand this 14th day of February, 1961. B. V~ETZEL Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 16-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I To The Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Mary Ma- gill Shirley, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Mary Magill Shirley, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town,, West Virginia, on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said este/~e are notified to be presen~ on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 14th day of February, 1961. MARK B. WETZEL Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. 16-3t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of the Estate of Ray X. Merchant, deceased. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of Ray X. Mer- chant, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same with vouchers thereof, le-: gully verified to the undersigned, at my office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 18th day of Aug., 1961; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 14th day of February, 1961. MARK B. WETZEL, Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Feb. l&3t. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961- White and family. |Viands and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. David HeishmanI :and family of Kabletown were re-I Success comes before work cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Billy I only in the dictionary. .... " '11 I DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist I ii Yms L SS +S I ]1 Hours:--9:45 - 5:00---Clossd Tuesday and Thursday I I| "OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Only. | L Phone 78S 11Z S. Charles St.Charles Town, W. V~ ,,,,J I qI ~: :i" :~: X H[LP WAHT[D li .-BY-- .y Z x JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE x Responsible, Older Couple with small pension in- come, for 6 Months Summer Employment. Must be trustworthy, have references and like meeting people. Easy and Pleasant Work involving tourists. Apply by mail to BOX 430 or in person at X Located in Lobby of Thomas Jefferson Hotel. ,. .... .......................... I -LOOK- I THEY ARE HERE! i HOMELAND TAILORS NEW SPRING SAMPLES! All Kinds, Emported and Domestic Gabardine, O Emported and Domestic Worsterd, Emported and i Domestic Hopensack and Gossamer 100 Per Cent Pure Silk Suiting, Mohairs, Tropieals, ! Tweeds, Flannel, Dacron. / FIT GUARANTEED--SEE ! GEORGE AND FLORENCE THOMPSON | R 116 SOUTH CHARLES STREET | PHONE 623.R CHARLES TOWN, W. 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