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I I II tl I I I I I This man has a checking account here because- He has a modest income but wants to enjoy all the convenience, safety and prestige our bank's checking account service pro- rides. His is one of our popular special, pay-as-you-go checking accounts-no rain- imum balance is required/ Why don't you open one here soon? NOW! A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying Percent on Savings Accounts ERVICEd . BANK Cub Scouts Of Pack 39 Are Honored At Annual Blue And Gold Banquet Cub Scouts of Pack 39 Ranson, their families and guests cele- brated the annual Blue and (;old Banquet at the Bardane Commu- nity Center in Shenandoah Jun- ction, Saturday evening, Febru- ary 19, at 6 P. M. with approximat ely 130 people present. The program opened with the "Star Spangle Banner" followed by Rev. Richard Neal giving the invocat ion. A covered dish dinner was en- joyed and the room was attractive ly decorated in the traditional Blue & Gold color scheme. After the dinner Cubmaster - James Brand introducted the guests for the evening: Rev. Richard Neat, Head of the Institution, Mr. Paul Wilson, Guest Speaker, Mr. tiu- hert Robinson from Scout Troop 23 and Mr. Richard McCormick, Assistant Scoutmaster from Troop 42. Speaker, Mr Paul Wilson stress ed the importance of Scouting in the Community and praised Pack 39 for their rapid growth in re- cruiting new Dens in this area. IIe awarded the Pack with a Ban- ner "Breakthrough for Youth" in recognition for the increase in membership. He also presented Cub=aster James Brand with a Plaque honoring his five years of service and outstanding leader- ship in Scouting. The Pack's total membership has more than doub- led since last year. They now have four Dens with 31 boys act- ive in them. Three new Den Mothers were introduced, Mrs. Peggy Lynch, Mrs. Lillian Breeden and Mrs. Emma Jane Slasher. A last year report of Pack Activities was given by Pack Secretary, Mrs. Marybelle Howard and Mrs. Doris Busch, Pack Treasurer gave her report. The following new boys took part in the Bob Cat Ceremony , accompanied by their parents and were awarded Bob Cat Pins: Will tam Dafter, Kenneth Burns and Scott Littleton. Recognition of achievements made by the follow mg boys were presented: Wolfet Badge - Billy Cabell, ,Robert Cab-I l ell and Robert Peacher. Bear j Badge - James Breeden, Chris/ Busch. M. R. Wall, Rickey Sowers [ laud Edward Slusher. Lion Bad~,e~I I Douglas Lynch and Franklin Whi ' , ttington. Gold Arrows - Billy Cab ell, Robert Cabell, Chris Busch, Rickey Sowers, Douglas Lynch, Franklin Whittington and Carl Dorf. Silver Arrows - (2) Frank- lin Whittington. (1) Carl Dorf. Keith Chandler, James Milton and Robert Payne. Denner's Stripes Chris Busch and Craig Robinson. Asst. Denner's Stripe Keith Chandler and Larry Slasher. Year pins received by Carl Dorf and Keith Chandler. The rugged road patches were given those boys recruiting any new members during the year. Receiving the awards were James Milton, Robert Payne, Douglas Lynch, Robert Peacher and Jason Servis. After the program the Cub Scouts and other children enjoy- ed games directed by Mr. Willard Martin. ,.,:', -,~.r,, 7.'.~ "":f:~ " :* k~2"Y'~ ~":~ Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Miss Rankins and Mr. Ceravalo Wed Miss Barbara Jean Rankins and Marvin Leroy Ceravalo were married at the Lutheran Church in Sharpsburg, Md., at 3 o'clock Wednesday, February 23, The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Birch. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins and Mr. Ceravalo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- vale. The bride wore a winter white suit with pink and white carnations as a corsage. Those attending the wedding from here were Tony Ceravalo and Mrs. Lowell Eusey. Following a short wedding trip supper guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley. Mrs. Eddie Bayliss and three children, Sylvia, Sandra, and Clay, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Charley tIare and son, Rus- sell, of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz, of Middle- way, and Miss Lydia Licklider, of Berryville, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of. Mr. and Mrs Herman Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamblin and son. Herbert, Jr., of Ranson, were Saturday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley; also Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. James Mercer and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chamblin, of Berryville. Va.. were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and three children, David, Debbie and Franklin. spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Ceravalo will reside Washington) D. C., attending the ~~7 Prime calves top, 41.00, fen- Good butcher hogs, 27.40 to with the groom's parents. Moat Show at the Armory. They tared the sale. 28.00; medium butcher hogs, Entertained at Dinner also went sight-seeing. Choice butcher steers, none; [ 26.75 to 27.35; heavy butcher Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins en-I Lesa Kaye Nicodemus, daugh. good butcher steers, 23.50 to hogs, 25.00 to 26.50; butcher sows, tertained at a dinner party on I ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Nicode- ~lg~;)~l~'~:~!~':;~(~l$ 26.00; plain to medium steers, 22.00 to 25.00; heavy feeders and Sunday. They had as their guests I mus, has been under the doctor's Quotations of the Blue Ridge 20.00 to 23.00; choic butcher heif- light butcher hogs, 27.00 to 28.50; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin LeRoy Cera-[ care this past week. Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, ers, none; good butcher heifers, shoats per hundred, 38.00 down; vale, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera-I I pigs per head, up to 16.50; boars, vale, Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Car-] Sch001 ~ W. Va., Monday, Feb. 28, 1966. 21.50 to 23.50; plain to medium 211.50 down; sows and pigs, none. ter and two sons,, Michael, Jef- I~e Receipts of all classes moder- heifers, 18.00 to 21.00; good bulls, ate, with a good demand for all 22.00 to 23.60; plain to medium Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 frey, Mrs. Lowell Eusey, and Ca- bu bulls, 20.00 to 21.75; commercial I A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. rol Lee, Linda Marie, and Harry Backing To Spech[ cows, 17.00 to 18.50; utility cows, Each Monday Lee Rankins, Jr. ~ Mrs. John Blair and Miss Ann 16.00 to 17.00; canners and cut- HOWELL Smith, of Arlington, Va., were Sc~h00J Bond Levy ters, 15.75 down; cows by the head. up to 200; stocker and " CASH? Sunday guests at the home of Mr. feeder steers, 20.00 to 28.00; stock It takes a lot of letters. And if and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Members of the Jefferson con- STAPLE GUN TACKER heifers and bulls by the head, up you know the right ones you end Jr., and Miss Elizabeth M. Smith. nty Classroom Teachers Associat to 135.00. up with the cash prize of the Also Miss Ruth Rogers Smith was ion at a meeting Thursday even. Choice to prime calves, 38.00 to Baltimore News American Jack- a weekend guest at the home of ing, Feb. 24, went on record as 41.00; good butcher calves, 34.00pot Crossword Puzzle. It's never her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert favoring the passage of the spec- Randolph Smith, Jr. She returned ial school building bond issue to to 37.75; medium butcher calves, I less than $500 and could be a lot to the University of West Vir- be voted on at a special election 28.00 to 33.75; thin calves, 27.75 more. Enter this week. See entry ginia on Sunday afternoon. Tuesday, March 8. down; heavy calves, 22.00 to 30.00. blank, clues and word list in THE Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha The teachers also discussed and Lambs, spring. 31.10; butcher 1 BALTIMORE NEWS AMERICAN and two children, Rickey and Dar- acted on a number of other mat- ewes. 9.00 to 133.00; stock ewes JOn sale at veer local newsdealer, lene, of Frederick, Md., Mr. and ters. per head, up to 24.00. Mrs. Newton Magaha and three Having sold my home I will sell the following items at Terieo HeightS, on Route 51, 3 miles East of Inwood, West Virginia on: SATURDAY, MARC 5, 1966 SALE BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M. Household Furniture & Antiques 21 ft. Deepfreeze; Drapes; Base Mtehen cabinet; Utility cab- inet; Utility cart; Electric i stove; Toaster; Electric iron; Pots, Pans. lot of dishes, (some very old); 1 Set wooden candle sticks; Old iron pot; Flat irons; Sugar bucket; Christmas tree lights; Electric saw; Old picture frames; Cookie Jars; 2-piece Bookcase; 3-piece Bookcase; 2 Living room suits; Blankets; Stand; Dresser; Vanity; Bed; Chil~l's desk; Rugs; Old picture frames (refin- ished); Crocks; Old jars; Chest; Stand (very old); Baskets;, Lamps; Lots of What.Nots; What-not-rack; 1 Calendar plate 1910; 1 Set end tables; 1 Set end tables and Coffee table to match; Electric sweeper;, 2 Chairs; Rocker; Bathroom rack; Platform rocker; Silverware; Nails; Books; 1.set Encyclopedias; 10 gallon Crock, and lots of other items too numerous to mention, 2 Old Cars. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not ReSponsible For Accidents. bll S. NAOMI BARROW Auctioneer: ED BOHRER Clerk: GEORGE GAINS Feb. 24,211. children, Sue, David and Mary, Federal Grant Approved [of Walkersvi]le, Md., and Miss Mary Magaha, of Ranson, were Sunday dinner guests at the home For On-Job Training At of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaekley and four children, Milly, Wel[~ industries, In, Charlotte, Peggy and Jay, of Ber- ryville, Va., were Sunday after- noon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., werd guests of Miss Annabell Lewis, of West Point, Conn., and Miss Ann W. Smith on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams attended the square dance at the "Grange" in Hagerstown, Md., on Saturday night. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Adams had as their house guest Saturday night their grandchildren, Mar- tha and Crackle Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward Hetzell are arriving this weekend from the University of West Vir- ginia at Morgantown, to be with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- err Randolph Smith, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzell. Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel and son, William. Jr., were week- end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, of Rockville, Md. A federal grant of $9,209 has been approved to conduct an on- the-job training program for 16 unemployed persons in Charles Town, it was announced this week by U. S. Se~iator Robert C. Byrd and Jennings Randolph and Cong- ressman Harley O. Staggers. The grant was made by the U. S. Department of Labor and it went to the Wells Industries, Cor poration of North George street, Charles Town. The project to train 16 unemployed or under-e= ployed persons for 26 weeks, was authorized under the Manpower Development and Training Act. Mack W. Robertson Completes Come At Multi Amp Institute ~ack W. Robertson who resides at P. O. Box 103, Harpers Ferry Sunday dinner guests at the W. Virginia has successfully com home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden were Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Housden and son. Shenandoah Junction and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housder~ and two children, of Charles Town. Mrs. Graham Royston, of Mill- wood, Va., was a. Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs Howard Puckett and Mrs. Homer Wood. Mrs. Harry Ashcraft and Mrs. Edgar Dillow, of Charles Town, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz pleted the 5-day Utility Course at the MULTI-AMP Institute in Cra- nford, New Jersey. The institut- ion consisted of lecture and work shop periods in the testing of electrical protective devices (mo- tor overload relays, protective re- lays, molded case circuit break- ers, low voltage power circuit breakers and oil circuit reclosers Mr. Robertson is employed at Nat'l. Institute of Healthl Bethes- da, Md. ion Wednesday. Mrs. Graham Royston, of Mill-~ T0 ~U~ SNAY wood, Va., was a Sunday evening. SHOOTS A STAPLE WHEREVER YOU'D DRIVE A NAIL! America's favorite all.purpose, auto- ma~ic fastening tool for 1001 home & professional builffin~, applications, such as -- ceiling tile, insulation, upholstering, screening, etc. All steel construction, all chrome finish. Pat- ented jam-proof mechanism. Uses 6 staple sizes from 1/4" to 9/16", including exclusive CEILTIL Staples for ceiling tile. $1 2so lining, chair tip l holsterlng and numerous other llaht l househotd tacking chain staple I remover. Safety handle.,. _--- I ~.. Loads 1:/4- and $/]9.5I 5/16- staples. -w ] UTILITY-ECONOMY STAPLER for HOME SCHOOL OFFICE No. M-25 $149 Budget priced utility stapler for students, clerks, housewives, etc. Staples Up to 30 sheets of Paper. Fits hand es plier. Base Swings 'back for tacklnS Into solid wood. All steel with beautiful baked ena. =el finish. Loads 100 $25 staPles, Valley Hardware Co. West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5113 Vi,~iiors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove l were the former's nmce and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Kenzel Krouse, of Martinsburg, W. Va:, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Grove, of Middleway. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH,,," 1966 Q Completely equipped with plush deep-loop carpeting vinyl interior onyx black top seat belts, both front and rear heater-defroster deluxe wheel covers whitewall tires and eleven other safety features, including padded dash sun visors sideview mirror backup lights and emergency flasher system and special savings on options! SAVINGS SO BIG WE'RE LIMITING THE SALE! FULL FACTORY SAVIN6S PASSED ON TO YOU! The factory has built a limited number of these special-edition cars, loaded them with extras, and offered them to us as a special value-- for a limited time only. We're going to pass the savings right along to you-our customers. The price is considerably lower than you'd expect to pay for deluxe options; for this reason we must limit the offer. IST IN ITS CLASS TO REACH A MILLION... NOW GOING FOR THE 2ND MILLION! SEE YOUR NEARBY MERCURY MAN 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET. ' W CHARLES TOWN, . VA.' I I /