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m.._ Va. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE , 1Woodrow Union Church• [HflI Cemetery in Charle. Town. MARCH 17, 1966 A--3/ Surviving are his wife, Mrs./ The deceased was born in Jeff- ~_ Hazel Gulbronson Rouzee; two!erson County Feb. 28, 1S96, a sons, .lames It. Rouzee, Miami, daughter of ~tile late Jasper and Survived by his son, Robert L• Fla., and Kenneth B. Rouzee, 'Pamelia Cave Young. lier hus. Milbourne, at home; three broth- Kingwood; three sisters - Mrs. band, Clifford C. Woodward died ers, Lodowic, Jr., Chesapeake Mary Reynolds and Mrs. Frances in 1960. Beach, Md.; D. Fairfax, Blue Marquis, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. She had been employed at the Island, Ill.; Roger W. Milbourne, Edna Eyster, Charles Town two Baker V. A. Center since the in- Charles Town and three grand- brothers, Arthur Rouzee, Balti- stallation was constructed in children, more, and Russell Rouzee Charles 1944 She was a member of the He was a member of Charles Town. Baptist Church. Town Baptist Church and also a Services were conducted Man- Surviving are a sister, Mrs. tIARVEY L. MILBOURNE member of Phi Gamma Frater- day at 2 p. m. by Elder Charles Irene Printz, of Shepherdstown arvey L Milbourne, reitred nity. W. Alderton and the Rev. Joseph and a number of nieces and ~ign .Service employee, (lied Funeral services will be held j. Swack. Burial was in Camp nephews. lewton D. Baker Hospital on Friday at 2 p. m., from the Mel- Iiill Cemetery. Inesday,months. after an illness of vinttome.T. Strider Colonial Funeral MRS EL~ECHTEL 0lJ 11~'~1 ~ : 4-~"/~'0a|~ ~l]~liJ ~rn at Rockville, Md. on May Ray. Russell Urquhart will of- Funeral services were held Tue 1895, he was the son of the ficiate and will be assisted by sday morning at 10:30 from Trini-! ,F ,..,a WiLl Rev. Lodowie Ralph and Rev. Bartlett. ty Episcopal Church in Shepherds tin Strickler Milbourne. Friends will be ~eceived at the town by the Rev. George S. John- was a graduate of Charles funeral home from 7 to 9 p. m. ston, pastor, for Mrs. Elizabeth 2(4S.! el ~ rted High School and attended this evening. Melvin Baechtel, 84, a resident of I of Richmond, at Shepherdstown, who died in Mr. James Gore, Chairman of veteran of World War I, he the Foreign Service on in 1919. His posts Amoy, Swatow, Tsinan, Tientsin, Hankow and China; Cologne, Ger- Quebec, Quebec Province; Ontario, Canada, and St. British West Indies. He in 1946 and since resided near Charles Town. VOTE FOR E, M. DANDRIDGE p Former Principal Of age Jackson High School (The Man With School (Experience And Training) FOR THE JEFFERSON COUNTY IIOARD OF EDUCATION Your Vote Appreciated Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. VOTE FOR $0HN P. BURNS, Jr. FOR ARTHUR A. VIANDS Funeral services were held Sat urday at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, for Arthur Addison Viands, 77, of Route 1, Harpers Ferry, who died Thursday, March 10, in the Charles Town General Hospital following an illness of about five weeks. The Rev. Har- old McCtay of Harpers Ferry, offi elated Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson County, Aug. 30, 1888, a son of the late George W. and Fran- ces Grey Viands. He was a mem- ber of the Methodist Church. His wife, the late Mrs. Fannie Vir- ginia Viands, died in 1941. Surviving are five daughters -- Mrs. Della V. Pearl, Route 1, Charles Town; Mrs. Bessie Allen Breeden, Charles Town; Mrs. Lacy Bussard, Millville; Mrs. Mar- garet V. Wilt, Charles Town and Mrs. Pauline V. Wilt, Route 1, Harpers Ferry; three sons - Geo- rge William Viands, Duffields Charles M. Viands, Route 1, Harp- ers Ferry and Arthur D. Viands, Ranson; and 17 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. JAMES HUGH ROUZEE James Hugh Rouzee, retired postmaster of Paw Paw, died last Friday in the Cumberland, Md., Memorial Hospital after an illness of five weeks. Born August 14, 1892, in River- ton, Va., a son of George A. and Mary E. Fisher Rouzee, he served as postmaster for 22 years, retir- ing in 1962. He was a member of COunty Commissioner the Paw Paw Lions Club and the II:ABLETOWN DISTRICT l Xperieneed County Farmer King's Daughters Hospital in Mar tinsburg, following an illness of about nine weeks. Burial was made in St. Marks Cemetery in Petersville, Md. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson, Md., June 7, 1881, a daugh- ter of the late Robert H. and Margaret Marshall Boteler. Her husband, Edward Baechtel, died in 1933. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Shep herdstown, the Shepherdstown Woman's Club and the Eastern Star Lodge. She was the last mere bur of her immediate family. MRS. ROSE Y. WOODWARD Funeral services were held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider i Colonial Home in Ranson, for Mrs. Rose Young Woodward, 70, of Route 1, Kearneysville, who: died Monday in King's Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg, follow- ing a lengthy illness. The Rev. George Collis of Martinsburg, of- ficiated. Burial was made in Edge YOUR SUPPORT ILL BE APPRECIATED Feb. 10-TE, Pd. YOUR VOTE OBSTETRICAL and support will be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Ma- honey, Shenandoah Junction, on appreciated by --- March 8, a boy. John N. Newcomer Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Everhart, Candidate For Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2, March 8, a unty Commissioner girl. Mr. and Mrs. Morris V. Huff- Harpers Ferry District man, Ranson, March 10, a boy. (Owner and Operator) Mr. and Mrs. Sewell B. Palmer, Jro., Harpers Ferry, March 13, a Cliffside Motel) boy. 10-tf.- Mr. and Mrs. Regis G. Hon- saker, Inwood, March 14, twin girls. SURGICAL I Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT J. Edward Magaha --FOR-- unty Commissioner IŁABLETOWN DISTRICT Feb. 17-TE, Pd. RE-ELECT GEORGE R. CRIM Mrs. Amelia K. Wilson, Ranson; Mrs. Margaret A. Hough, Charles Town; Mrs. Margaret S. Tabb, of Charles Town; Mr. Lewis O. Lloyd of Bakerton; Mrs. June O. Ad- ams, Rippon; Mrs. Charlotte V. Fritts, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mr. Leon R. Upwright, Kearneysville, Rt. 2; Master Larry D. Breeden, Ranson; Master Ronald D. Rissler, Charles Town, Rt. 2; Mr. Stephen P. O'Brien, Charles Town; Mrs. Anna L. Howell, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mr. Stewart M. Yarbro, Summit Point; Mr. Kenneth L. Edwards, Charles Town and Mr. Frank C. Phillips, Knoxville, Md., Rt. 2. FOR MEDICAL Mr. Thomas B. Longerbeam, of Commissioner Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Miss Rox. TOWN DISTRICT anne M. Clipp, Charles Town, Rt. OUR VOTE & SUPPORT 2; Mr. Marshall E. Thompson, of Charles Town, Rt. 2; Mrs. Bertha WILL BE APPRECIATED M. Manuel, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary E. Ott, Charles Town; Mr. AT THE MAY 10 Marshall T. Weller, Shenandoah PRIMARY ELECTION Junction, Rt. 2; Mr. Gerald M. Feb. 24-TE-Pd. Shewbridge, of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Shirley M. Dillow, Charles Town; Mrs. Ellsworth C. Mans. field, Charles Town; Mr. Nelson VOTE FOR & RE-ELECT L. Palmer, Harpers Ferry; Mr. HENKLE Charles H. Hankins, Jr., Charles E. "Sam" Town; Mr. Earl H. Guinn, Char- the Jefferson County Heart Drive made a progress report, revealing that $2,045.26 had been raised to date. Proceeds of $108.00 were derived from the Coffee Day which many local restaurants and drug stores participated in. $1,- 627.22 was raised by donations on tIeart Sunday. The Heart Fund Drive will continue until everyone has an opportunity to contribute. The many envelopes that were left at homes over the county when no one answered the call are still out. If anyone desires to contribute to this important fund, won't you mail your contri- bution today to Mr. James Gore, at the Ranson Postaffice. Many self-addressed envelopes that were mailed to business af- fording them an opportunity to contribute have not been receiv- ed. Mr. Gore urges that they be mailed. Also, any memorial gift can be mailed at anytime during the year to Mr. Donald Smith the treasurer. Intending to discontinue farming, I will sell the following on the Cat Tail Farm, located 5 miles east of Charles Town, W. Va., 2 miles north of Mechanicstown, W. Va. Follow signs. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1966 BEGINNING 10:00 A. M, 28--HEAD HOLSTEIN CATTLE--28 12 cows, milking; 3 cows, close springers; 6 cows will freshen in late April; heifer, springer (first calf); 6 heifers, 6 months old. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual Health Certifieates will be given. FA+RM MACHINERY Int. B-275 traeOr with No. 209 2 14-in. bottom plumy and blade; Super M Farma]l tractor with 3-pt. hitch; No. 209 3 14-in. bottom plow; manure loader; cultivators; corn picker; corn planter; N. H. Super 66 hay baler; N. H. side rake; N. H. 450 mower; Clark field sprayer; McD. wagon; M. W. Girton model 53 ele- vator Int. disc harrow; Int. tractor manure spreader; Int. manure spreader on steel; McD. grain drill; MuD. hammer mill; 2 lever harrows; spike harrow; Ferguson cultivators; land drag; wood saw; tractor seed sower; tractor wind breaker; tractor chains; air compressor. DAIRY EQUIPMENT, Etc. -- 309-gal. Girton bulk milk tank; Int. milker motor pump; 3 units and pipe line for 14 cows; Norge water heater; wash-up tank; can rack. Kitchen sink; living room suite; china closet; coal stove; writ. ing desk; piano; dishes and other articles too numerous to mention. FEED --1,500 bales timothy and brome hay; 20 bbls. corn. PONIES -- Mare, 6 yrs. old; Stallion, 3 yrs. old. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. ELVIN TOMBLIN W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Not responsible for accidents on premises. March 17.2t- I II III I I Intending to discontinue farming, I will sell the following on the Wildwood Farm, located 8 miles hurt of Charles Town, W. Va., 2 miles south of Shepherdstown, W. Va., on the Flowing Spring road on: THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 11:00 A.M. FA l M MACHINERY, Etc. Super C tractor with two 12.In blottom plow; disc plow; mower and cultivator (fast hitch); N. H. 66 hay baler; I. H. C. 62 COMBINE MAYRATH 24-Ft. ELEVATOR Oliver grain drill; I. H. C. corn planter; I. H. C. 7.ft. disc harrow; Clark field sprayer (bottom type); tractor carrier; field CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF! SIRLOIN Prkes Effec- tive lhru Sat. March 19, 1966 Quantity Rights Reserved. LANCASTER PLAIN, OLIVE, P& P, Lunc LANCASTER BRAND LEAN FIRESI RATH'S BRAND O0 . ::- ..... ::. -::,: :::::::::.;*: :::: :,: :. :::,::::::, :j Sure 'n its the best time yet to CHECK ACME.i NA OR SPI4 6-OZe pkgs. C 2-lb. pkg. 1-1b. • • • • pkg. LANCASTER BRAND, SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ˘ e**** e •.lb. TENDER, LEAN SHOULDER __ ~ FANCY FILLET OF FRESH Veal Chops,b:69' Flounder 79' BONELESS FANCY 4U-50 COUNT . i:i:!: iiii!~ Veal Roast,~,79c " ~'~ "++'#'"~: Shrlmp, .m 3 ::::::::: JUICY FLORIDA doz. FRESH, TENDER CRISP, WASHED a e o4°0 o o e o o o o l-lb. pkg s. ˘ 0 large bunch PRINCESSQUAUTY • • +1 Margarine +12° IDEAL QUALITY S˘ OFF(; ._ Instant(Mfee....,, -- • REGULAR OR LOW CALORIE Hawaiian Punch ....... 3 '""" '"°' "°" 1.04 STAR KIST LIGHT Chunk Tuna........... 3 8 9' IOEAL CREAMY Peanut Butter '"~""" 49' aalaeeoe•e jar DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail........ 2 DOLE SLICED 2 • a a a a t a • e e e i e e e e cans Pkg." ˘ 5˘ OFF LABEL C THIS COUPON WORTH (A) 100 ~ GREEN STAMPS WITH YOUR $5 OR MORE PURCHASE (excluding cigarettes & milk products), NAME "ADDRES'S Void After March 19, 1966. One Coupon per Family Please. THIS COUPON WORTH (AA) ,N GREEN STAMPS WITH YOUR $10 OR MORE PURCHASE ~:~ (excluding cigarette= & milk products) .AMEADDRESS ~ ~ _~ Votd After March 19, 1966.~~ One Coupon per Family Please. Man With Experience les Town; Mr. Clifton G. Kelican, chopper; weeder; wagon with flat bed; me. 72 blade; 2.wheel Mfllville; Mr. Robert L. Henry,trailer; Traveler cement mixer; portable loading chute; corn nty Commlsmoner of Charles Town; Mrs. Mary E. sheller; wheelbarrow; paint sprayer with 58.ft. hose, complete; THIS COUPON WORTH (S)I tNl$ COUPON WORTH |C) I THiS COUPON WORTH (D) Rapp, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Nan- I.H.C. side rake; spring-tooth harrow; 10-ft. land drag; Lore. 3()~ -'-FROM--- nie V. Myers, Shepherdstown; bard power saw; elee. drill; post hole digger; old H. C. drill; GRE~ GREEN GREEN SUMPS I StaMPS .WV STAMPS Harpers Ferry District Mrs. Katherine V. Dawson, of power brush saw; hay Redder; platform scales; stlllyard; vise; ,J,~,~,p,=hu,.Of o 1-1b. pkg. i Kearneysville; Mrs June K. Mills, wood saw; log chains; 2 sheep shears; 500-chick brooder; pump withthepurchoseefony2Jaaves ~1 ...... iththepurchua•Mo ACE WHITE OR DARK I LANCASTER BRAND ! ROUND, RUMP OR ._ AT THE MAY 10 Ranson; Mrs. Eva B. Smallwood,jack; shovels, hoes forks, belts; some carpenter and blacksmith PRIMARY ELECTION Charles Town; Mr. Leon M. Stev- tools. FRESH BREAD I SLICED BACON I EYE ROAST Mar. 3-Pd. T.E. ens, Martinsburg, Rt. 2; and Miss Joyce E. Jamison, Bakerton. Some Household Goods i ''6 i o. +.,,- ,.. ,-+ .... / anew., up~nperr, em.yrlease I OneCevl~np~fl%milyPleote .... i Including deep freeze; Home Comfort range; wood stove; May- ~ • J J --= --- --- J --, ,=,- .... J --- -- -- .e- J J -.- .... • . I WILL APPRECIATE SCOTT & WHITE tag washer. ~t~IS COUPON WORTH ([) I THIS COUPON WORTN (F) l THIS COUPON WORTH {G)| THIS COUPON WORTH (Nl • N • x0U VOTE And SUPPORT Ethical Pharmacists SOME HA]?, and other articles too numerous to mention. GREEN , GREE J GREEN , #,., GREEN OV STAMPS I @V STAMPS I STAMPS I STAMPS Howard S. Koonce PHONE 725-2182 SHEEP 23 Cheviot Ewes I .i+,,.,.......,.+,.,,,, . .... ,.o,..n! FOR CHARLES TOWN, W. VA ..... LAMBING NOW ..... I IDEAl, 0UAUTY I GILLETTE RIGHT GUARD I WHITE NO. 150 000 Dr. Family TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until steeled for.~ Iggl lAllLl I TEA BAGS I DEODORANT I POTATOES (IN BUTTER SAUCE) I . ! _~ Unty Commissioner When your prescription EDWARD (Ned) MORROW, Auctioneer ~ V~A~e,~,,,hl*,I~.~ I v.~a,,.,Mo.~,,,,9~I Vo+aat,.,Mo,,~,9,19~ I v.~a+,.,~=~,, ,,6a Harper Ferry District bears this label you know +R. E. MORELAND, Clerk you will benefit from the J.G. FUSS Election Date, May 10th best that the science of March 10-T.E.-Pd. pharmacy can provide, Not responsible for accidents on premises. March 17.1t- MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBI R OF COMMERCE