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--From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE Cherry to Mr. Louis Mayer Vien- er; third son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy- man Viener of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Trun- dle of Bakerton announced the engagement of their daughter Dorothy to Richard E. Lyle of Boiling Field, Va. Over the management of T Store in Charles new manager took the departure of By :--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer 40 YEARS AGO I 1921 DIED: At his home in Charles .... Town, Benj. W. Rodriek; in Par ~S AGO--195X of this county died in Frederick kersburg, W. Va., Dr. Walter S. White local ~rocer an ICity Hospital; John Wesley Pier- Link, formerly of Duffields this .... " ... ° _." I ce, colored in the Charles Town county; in Washington, D. C. Mrs. ma~'ne-eWn~o°pentn~sma,-~ t~ uu o uL~ General ttospital; Mrs. Margaret Nellie Strider Coleman, widow of ........ I Kable Williams of Charles Town; Charles N. Coleman of Charles ~t~ ~L m unarms Charlotte Elizabeth Tracy, color- Town; at Ridgley, W. Va. Samuel Be"--;" .... r ~f Ha ed of near Rippon; Brig. Gen. Collins Noland formerly of Boli- ,-,=~-l,~ u - er re Par. Md. has temporarily George S. Eyst , U. S.A. - tired who served in Army Pub- MARRIED: In Charles Town lic relations capacities in Wash- by the ReD. Goodwin Frazier, ington and Germany after the Noah W. Huff of Leetown to Miss last war. Alice Spinks Webb of Charles Mahoney who has left armed services. Friendly Market owned by Eddie Green on Street will vaca location at the end a~onth. Shortly after Ap- Store will begin al- in the spot now located store and convert it into Town; in Baltimore, Walton Mor 20 YEARS AGO- 1941 row to Miss Pearl both of Har- DIED: At his home in Charles pers Ferry. Town, Capt. Henry Clay Getzen- 60 YEARS AGO---1901 danner, active for 50 years in bus DIED: In Charles Town Will- iness affairs of the county and an officer of the Spanish American tam L. Hedges; in Casualty Hos- War. He was the last surviving pital, Washington, D. C., Charles member of the County Draft H. Ho.ward of Charles Town; near Board of 1917-18, the other 2 mem Summit Point, Charles R. Hardes bers deceased were J. William ty; at his home west of Charles :Clarence L. Hilleary re- Rider of Halltown and Dr. Wil-Town, Joseph B. Grandstaff; Manager with the liam Neill. near Uvilla, Mrs. Margaret T. Co. of New York in MARRIED: Jane Thompson, Nichols; at the home of her dau Town General Hospit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ghter, near Rippon, Mrs. Betsy Asburg Whittington Thompson of Houston, Texas to SchaEfer, near Duffields Mrs. El- Allen T. Sager for Mr. Gunnel H. Porterfield, son len Rockenbaugh; at Waynesboro a retail groceryman of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip T. Porter. Pa. John W. Steel formerly of Mrs. Nellye A. Albin field; in Phila, Pa. by Rabbi Zer this county. James A. Albin formerly Each Green, Miss Doris Lois Sheperd College building with all of its equipment was ~lestroy ed by fire in Shepherdstown. OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE MARRIED: In Berryville by MARCH 16, 1961 5--B the ReD. S. W, Cole, G. T. Knight Gardner of Berryville. • 80 YEARS'~'O -- 1881 Hearing Secret! MARRIEb: In Bryan, Texas, J. Aldridge Chew of this county to Miss Mary J. McIntosh of Brazos :hleen Hanley, popular County, Texas. York fashion moael, i~ DIED: At the home of William Kimes in Charles Town, Thomas of hearing- but no one Johnson; near Shepherdstown, !ld know it ! She wears the John N. Entler; in Martinsburg Bt Sonotone hearing aid Anderson Henshaw. all the latest styles.With- it, she says, she couldn t 90 YEAR-S--~O -- 1871 ~SU~cess. MARRIED: By the ReD. J. H. he Wears her Sonotone at Wolff, David W. Hanna to Miss • ~s of fashion shows and Sue Sheppert, both of the coun- Ure assignments.., ann ty; in St. Mark's Church, Balti- ~ne ever spots it. Her more by the Rev. Mr. James, J. 'at: It's worn behind the C. Bitner of Kearneysville to Miss Grove Henkle of Baltimore, for- COvered by her hairdo, merly of this county. l)art of her hearing aid John J. Jacobs was inaugurat- ed governor of W. Va. at Char- )rn on the body. nOto~ ~ can help you, as leston. lave helped Kathleen Call, drop in or write In Russia they have a TV in information about every hotel room--only it watches s-plus an you. book: ?~t .... I--" I I how YOU, too, can best, hear your best. SMITH STRIDER I II ) '® FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. frO IE o' w ffi ROY B. FURR, Manager $Outh Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. PHONE:-- Phone Hagersotwn REgent 3-3242 Day 370 Night or Charles Town 825 PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE -ANNOUNCES-- RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P. M. SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c Thursday - Friday - Saturday March 16, 17 and 18 Open Friday Nights Until 9:00 P.M."GOLIATH AND THE Closed Saturday At 6:00 P.M. BARBARIANS" Starring STEVE REEVES Town Sunday - Monday - Tuesday & Gift Shop March 19, 20 and 21 Smart Fashions Music Store Jewelry Store Caperton Brothers Hardware Co. Kastle's Men's Shop Leggett's Dept. Store Lucille's Small Fry Shop Modern Home Appliance Sales and Service HillPROBLEM WAll IIX FEET OF I.OVEi.}Nll|| Cain, Jewelers Store Ctmat~t~ • COLOR ~ o. L~. i Wednesday and Thursday March 22 and 23 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- Tire and Only: Six Survived the Light & Battery Company Terrifying Canyon Company of Destruction! ; Store Shoe Center & Strider lardware Melvin T. Strider Co. Swimley's Furniture Store, Inc. & Country Clothiers Western Auto Associate Store V. Service. White's Record Shop TI By Miss Lillian Myers Former Minister Died Suddenly In Clay, W. Va. The ReD. F. F. Neel died unex- pectly last week at Clay near Charleston. A former member of i the Baltimore conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church :south he served the Williams Me mortal Church here some years ago. Mr. Neel was in that por- tion of West Virginia allotted to West Virginia Conference with Methodist unification. He retired several years ago. Twice married his first wife, the former Blanche Leibeg died in 1945. He later married the former Mattie Butcher who sur- vives with one son Thomas F. Neel 829 Winchester Ave. Mar- dish supper. Birthday Party Jimmy Padgett celebrated his 10th birthday Saturday with a party at his home. Refreshments of ice cream, candy, pretzels, cup cakes, birthday cake and pepsi cola were served. Those present were Martha and Douglas Whitmer, Reba Ryman, Rose, Dennis, Nancy, Kathy and Bobby Corso, Larry Boyd, Suz- anne Myers, Lee Snyder, Helen Weller, Billy Henderson, Eddie Harrison, Jimmy and Davy Gra- ves, Barbara, Joy and Gary Sag- er, Jennie, Susan and Lanette Grant, Kitty ~Southard, Marie Southard, James Housdoun, Dia- na, Angis and Walter Lloyd, Deb- bie Cots, Sandra Knott, Janice F~rrell, Mrs. Corinne Ferrell, Mrs. Nola Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell. Moulton Farms Cow Has tinsburg, two grandsons Harry Neel of Turkey and Richard Neel I Top Production Record of Alexandria, Va. two great grandchildren, four sisters and a brother. He was a son of the late ReD. A. A. P. Neal and spent his boy- hood in Shepherdstown. Services and interment were'made in Charleston. Mrs. B. Frank Banner and Miss Nannie Fleming spent Tuesday with Mrs. Florence Waid and sis tars in Shepherdstown. Mrs. Clarence Wright has re- turned home after having been a patient in the Charles Town Hos- pital for two weeks. Her many friends are glad to know she is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Snyder who spent the past four months with their sister-in-law Mrs. Rush Sny der in Cleveland, Ohio have re- turned home. W. M. S. Held Meeting The W. M. S. of Grace Baptist Church met at the Church Wed- nesday, March 8. A playlet entit- led "The Same Lord Over All" was presented by members. Those taking part were Mrs. Frank Ben- her, Mrs. Robert Blackford, Mrs. Groper Thompson, Mrs. Oscar Seal, Mrs. Abner Whitmer, Mrs. William Miller, Mrs. Homer Fer- rell, Mrs. Charles Padgett and son Jimmy, Janice Ferrell and Miss Lillian Myers. At the close of the meeting delicious refresh- ments were served by the hostess Mrs. Robert Blackford. Mr. and Mrs. David Payne and daughter Deborah Kay and Phy- llis and Marshall Thompson spent Saturday with Mrs. Payne's bro- ther, Mr. Henry Blackford in Al- exandria, Va. and attended the Flower Show in Washington. Mrs. Ferd Snyder has return- ed home after having been a pa- tient in the Charles Town Hospit- al. Her many friends are glad to know she is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder spent Saturday with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Guy Virts in Cumberland, Md. Mr. Henderson Bailey and lit. tle daughter Rose Mary of Win- chester, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Snyder Sunday. Mrs. Robert Eilertson and Miss Evelyn Huddle of Washington Dis ited their sister and brother-in. law Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Milier and children of Hagerstown visitec her brother Mrs. Leola Weller over the weekend. Mrs. Howell Surprised On Her 50th Birthday Mrs. George Howell celebrated her 50th birthday on Sunday, March 5 very quietly at home due to being indisposed since Jan- uary 24 when she fell in her kit- chen and broke her leg. She spent four weeks in the hospital but is now at home but is only able to get around in a wheel chair. The~ following guests surprised her Sunday night, bringing with them a beautifully decorated bir thday cake with 50 candles on it, ice cream and many other re- freshments. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley and Miss Linda and Tru- man Bradley and Miss Esther Fritts from Charles Town. Everyone had a good time and Mrs. Howell was happy her friends remembered her. Mrs. Lewis Sager remains a patient in the Charles Town Hos. pital. Her many friends wish her a full recovery from this illness. Mr, and Mrs. Ephraim Day and children of Charles Town spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seal. Dr. Warner of Hagerstown preached at the Wil|iams Memor- ial Church Sunday morning. He and Mrs. Warner were dinner guests of The ReD. and Mrs. James Smith. P.T.A. Founders.. Day Program The Parent Teachers held their Founders Day Program on Tues- day night March 7th one month late due to the weather condit. ions. The program was opened by ;Mrs. Abner Whitmer leading the devotions taken from Matthew and ~ reading about loneliness. The program was in charge of Mrs. Abner Whitmer using as her theme, "A House To Live In" Special tribute was paid to Mrs. B. F. Benner and Mrs. Lucy: Sloat in the way of red rosebud corsages. These ladies are the two old- est living members of the first brganized P. T. A. here. A good. ly member of about 25 members were present. A beautiful birth day cake was the center of the delicious refreshments were ser- ved by hostess Mrs. Lester Custer and Mrs. Audry Campbell. All members are urged to attend the ril =ee w ch a ¢over The Holstein-Friesian Associat ion of America has announced the completion of an outstanding official production record by a re gistered Holstein cow in this area. Moulton Orsby Rag Apple Bea 3869997 owned by Moulton Farms Charles Town, produced 13,780 Ibs. milk and 529 lbs. butterfat in 305 days on twice daily milking as a 7-year-old. West Virginia University super vised the weighing and testing of production as a part of the offic- ial herd testing programs of the national Holstein organization. | • MERCHANT • # e • . . I . • • • •,, • HOUSEWIFE ? • TRUCK DRIVER ? • SECRETARY ? o • • I. • ~ ~ • e e • MACHINIST ? • o • eI e e e o • • POLICEMAN ? • • • • e ~ • • • e • CARPENTER ? • * , o e e e ~, e e • STENOGRAPHER ? • SALESMAN ? These programs provide con- No matter what your occupation is, you will tinuing lactation and lifetime pro duction records on every cow in find all the services of this big and modern more than 2,800 participating re. gistered~.H°lstein herds, banking institution at your instant disposal. GO T DAY Join the many hundreds who have already ORDER OF PUBLICATION m-de__ this.• Circuit Court of Jefferson Coun ty, West Virginia Esther M. Burke, plaintiff Y S lANK CivilActionNo. 93 ttEV RYBO ' " Woodrow Wilson Burke, Defen- dant The object of the above entit- , .................. ' led action is to obtain an absol- i [ ute divorce, custody of children Ill general.and other relief, both special an'd OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY AT THE FRIENDLY And it appearing by an affi- davit filed in this action that the defendant Woodrow Wilson Bur- ,' ke is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia it is ordered that said defendant do serve upon Frederick O. Byrer, plaintiff's at- torney, whose addressfis Citizen's Office Building, Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, an answer or other defense to the For Friendly Help with All Your Needs, you can depend on us. complaint filed in this action on or before April 7, 1961, otherwise MEMBER FDIC---MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM judgement by default will be tak en against him at any time there- PHONE 10 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA after. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under-j signed Clerk at his office. I ' ~ ~ PublicatiOnjefferson.AdvocateOrdered threein Spirit Isuc. M|¢¢ Vi~|~|~ dP~a~,mA~ [hibits of projects were presented~Community Center as the corn- of !,.,.~. I~llllO %,lCalll~l ]by members of the club. munity project. Ned Marshall cessive weeks commencing March .... I Miss Virginia Creamer was sel had the program. 9, 1961. ~.N$W ]$~ ected as the new leader of the Refreshments were enjoyed by Entered by the Clerk of said Court March 6, 1961. n ........... _~" club. She succeeds Mrs. Ercel all. W. M. JONES, Clerk of Court March 9-3T- "COMMUNITY SERVICE COMPANY" WE ARE NOW IN BUSINESS FOR PUMPING SEPTIC TANKS: (PRICES:) 500 Gal. Tank . $12.00 to 800 Gal. Tank - $18.00 to 1,000 Gal. Tank $28.00 to 1,500 Gal. Tank . $38.00 PHONE 40 - F - 022 X Feb. 23 - 4t.--pd. II II ~" .%%%%:%:%; YOU MIGHT NOT FACE THIS HAZARD, BUT... As a homeowner you may not ~ace all the hazards your anoestors did, but thm~ are a great many peril~ that do threaten your home: wind, fire, theft, vandalism and per- sonal liability to name i Boyd who served as leader for a i0r Evergreen 4.11 Club [number of years and under her i Fearlessness is the nether of I leadership the club enjoyed many confidence. The Evergreen 4-H Club held successful projects. I France and rebels still split on its annual public meeting at the, During the business meeting means to end war. Grace Reformed Church of Kear- the club agred to refurnish the If you find life is empty, try neysville on March 6 at 7:30. Ex- floor of the dining room at the putting something into it. OF REGISTERED AND GRADE HOLSTEIN AND GUERNSEY COWS, HEIFERS & FARM MACHINERY NEAR BOYCE OR WHITE POST (CLARKE COUNTY, VA.) FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961--Promptly 'at 10:30 A. M. Farm located on route 646 app. eight miles South of Winchester. Take route 646 at Armel off Winchester to Front Royal road, or take 644 from roue 340 about ½ mile East of Double Toll Gate or Route 644 from Route 50 at Lost Corner Service Station to Route 646. Watch for Signs). Having decided to sell my farm, I will sell at the above men- tioned time and place the following: CERTIFIED DAIRY HERD 48 HEAD--DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS--48 HEAD Herd "consists of 38 Cows, 19 of which are Canadian HoLstein Heifers milking in secon t lactation, 10 are Registered Holsteins. 12 Cows due to freshen in May and June and the balance due from July on. This is a large welt.uddered herd Of cows that are extremely weB.bred. Few Guernsey Cows in herd. Cows were pregnancy checked in February and T.B. and Blood Tested prior to sale. ligible for interstate ship- ment papers. 2 large bred Holstein Heifers and 8 open Heifers. One Purebred Shorthorn Bull. FARM MACHINERY Model 77 Oliver Tractor, Model 55 Oliver Tractor, Model 8N Ford Tractor, Papec chopper, Papee silage blower, 2 self unloading wagons and motor; IH Model 45 Baler with motor; John Deere side delivery rake, 50-ft. auger type self feeder (never used); 3 point hitch Massey.Harris 7-ft. mower 1960 model that has only mowed 35 acres; IH 7-ft. double pulverizer, Oliver manure spreader, Oliver heavy disc, Olivar Tractor Drill, Oliver trailer type 14-inch plow; Oliver one row corn picker, two 3 point hitch plows, Ford disc, spring tooth harrow, IH Hammermill, front end loader for Oliver 77 and 7-ft. bulldozer blade; mounted 2-row cultivator for Oliver 77; 2 row sprayer, John Deere sub softer, scraper blade for Ford tractor; 2 section spike tooth harrow, 3 point hitch cul- tivator, transplanter, corn shelter, Bolen garden tractor and attachments: Westinghouse 5 h.p. motor, 36-inch 6 blade Haxtzell fan and Other Items too numerous to mention. TERMS :---CASH. JAMES P. REARDON, JR. PHONE BOYCE 227-W SALE CONDUCTED BY NORTHERN VA. AUCTION Hamilton, Va. -"Gilbert 5.4120 LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS. March 1G- It. only a few. Protect your- self against, financial loss with a modern Home- owners policy. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Estate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 Alrll| riFE i¸ ~ i