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--From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer YEARS AGO -- 195x Millville plant of Blair Division was present- for having corn- second year without of a manhour because of Mrs. Frank A. Tyler, Methodist minis- her home in Rockville Bessie Royer at her Charles Town; Billy K. the Charles Town Gen Mrs. Mary Agnes home in Ranson; Schultz born in Charles of the late Henry and Schultz died in the Hospital in Baltimore, Mrs. Catherine Wel Winchester, Vs. announ of her daughter G. Darlington, Jr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Dar 0f Charles Town; Miss Elizabeth Duke, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Duke of Jefferson Ave., Charles Town to Mr. Eugene Bledsoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion D. Bled- soe, Cleviston, Fla. in the Luth- eran Church of the Reformation Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. John Courson of Pearson, Ga. an nounce the marriage of their dau ghter Vernell to Charles G. An- ders, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Anders of Charles Town. 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 DIED: In Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Rose Lee Staubs, a native of the Leetown neighborhood; at his home on Maplehurst, George C. Fries well known carpenter of Charles Town. MARRIED: At the Lutheran Parsonage, Shepherdstown by the Rev. John Fray, Miss Agnes Mae French of Uvilla to Horace Cook; at the First United Bretheran Church, Hagerstown, Md. by the Just Off Route No. 9, on Old O. C. Tabler Farm, on miles West of Martinsburg, three miles East of Hed- Just Off Route No. 9, on oOld O. C. Tabler Farm, on TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1,961 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. I'IEAD OF REGISTERED MILKING :SHORT - HORNED 'CATTLE 14 Cows with calves by side; 3 Cows to freshen in April; milking (all stages of lactation); 4 Bred Heifers; Heifer. Registration Papers furnished; Cattle TB l~ags tested in last 30 days; papers will be furnished of sale with each animal. Most of the above cat- been calfhood vaccinated. FARM MACHINERY Mustang Tractor (54 Model); 3-Point Hitch plow; IHC 13-7 disc grain drill,3- yrs. old, like disc harrow, IHC pulverizer, 1HC 7-ft. grain binder, condition; Massey-Harris side rake, dump rake, lot of machinery. DAIRY EQ.UIPMENT Milker Pump with a~ H. P. Motor, with pipe line and Milk Cooler, Milk Can Hoist, 12 10-gallon milk cans; tired milk can wheelbarrow. g Equipment, Tools and Misc. Iron Pots and stands; Enterpriser lard press, sausage and other butchering tools. Forage, anvil, No. IB Seed cleaner; platform scales, seed duster, canvasses, Corn sheller, mud scoop and many other articles too to mention. ~MS:---CASH. Nothing removed until settled for. CHARLES CLYDE TABLER (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. ~WILLIAM HENSELL, Clerk. RIGHTS RESERVED. 23 - lt. / -ANNOUNCES-- Rev. Mr. Holderoft, Neff Thomas president of the National Bank and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin I~alI. day at 7:30 p. m. April 2 the Eas- of Ranson to Miss Martha Chi- of Cumberland, Md. succeeding J, Church Services i ter Program will be presented by chester of Martinsburgl Philip Rowan. Services at Grace E. & R. Chur ] the S. S. Last Wednesday evening the Women's Guild observed Len The lowest temperature of the Towner Schley of Shepherds- ch will be conducted Sunday at entire winter 1940-41 was record town was appointed deputy U. S. ed with the thermometer regis- Marshall for the District of West 9:30 A. M. with S. S. at 10:30. The tering 10 above zero. Virginia. sacrament of Holy Communion Miss Edith Eby, a sophomore MARRIED: At the home of the will be observed at the Good Fri- in the Charles Town High School bride by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins day service, March 31 at 7:30 P. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John of Charles Town, Francis Feltner M. The Men's Brotherhood will Eby of near Leetown, won first to Miss Elizabeth Deck of Berkel serve breakfast Easter Sunday at place in poetry reading and inter- ey County. 7=30 A. M. with a short worship ten Quiet Hour at the regular Lenten Service. The circle of the Womens Aux. iliary of Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday evening with Mrs. Andrew Gullick in Shepherds. town. Worship Services will be SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1961 7 --B Advertise In The SdHrit.Advoeate USE THE CLASSIFIEDS --, ,M DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAM:INF~ --- GLASSES FITTED Houm:--9:45 - 5:00---~losed Tueml~y and Thursda3 "OPEN EVENINC~ By Appointment Only. pretation in the annual State Literary Contest held in Keyser. 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 DIED: At his home in Charles Town, Col. R. Preston Chew, Com mander of Chew's Battery in the Army of Northern Virginia; at the Fort McHenry army hospital at Baltimore, W. Wallace Galla- her of Charles Town; at his home southeast of town; Rufus E. Middlekauff; at her home Rox ton, near Summit Point, Mrs. Mary Lehr Robinson; at Millville, Richard H. Sanbower; near Zoar this county, Samuel P. Hickman. J. Strider Moler was elected Mayor of Shepherdstown. Philip Kaplon bought the gen- eral mercantile store of Noble Pierce at Swimley Station. 60 YEARS AGO --- 1901 DIED: At her home in Charles Town, Mrs. Jane Easterday, wife of John S. Easterday; in New York, Mrs. Anne E. Stonebraker formerly of Shepherdstown; near Duffields, Jacob Ronemus. George Watson, a farmer of this county and Miss Mary Pearl Shroad, were married at Gerrards town by the Rev. R. A. White. 80 YEARS AG~) -- 1881 Major Edwin L. Moore, former ly of Charles Town was elected PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. Thornton Perry Tells War Experiences To Charles Town Kiwanians Kiwanian Thornton Perry, a veteran of World War I and II, told members of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club of his exper lences in the two wars as the pro gram for their weekly dinner meeting held at the Thomas Jef- ferson Hotel last Thursday even- ing. Perry also spoke of Jefferson County's participation in the Civ il War, stating that 1,600 men had joined the Confederacy for- ces during the war, while only a handful joined the Union Forces. Mr. Perry, a member of the State Centennial committee, call ed attenti(ln to a number of cel- ebrations that will be heVl in the state during the next four years to celebrate the 100th anniver- sary of the Civil War. A1 Nerhood, president of the club reported that he and Earl Ward, Burns Huyett and Chuck Kisner attended an inter-club meeting in Keyser with the Key- ser Club last Wednesday evening. A1 said that they had presented the Kiwanis Rooster to the Key- ser Club, which in turn will pre- sent it to the Petersburg Club. Eventually this rooster will visit ~every one of the 52 clubs in the District. The result will b.e 52 |n- ter-club meetings before the roos ter is returned to Martinsburg where he started from. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P, M. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c Wednesday and Thursday March 22 and. 23 i --DOUBLE FEATURE-- * PLUS-- Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Hunter of Atlanta, Ga. are spending the wek at the home of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd Miss Nancy Boyd, Home Demon- tration Agent at Beckley, W. Vs. spent the weekend with her parr ents Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Price and children Mary Ann, William and Sammy spent the weekend at Grafton visiting relatives. CROWDED S~ sta-;ngDANh RHONDA Kenneth Thomas, Charlotte Tho- ~ ANDREW~'FL[MiN~ mas, Mamie Frances Waters, Pam EFREM JOHN ANNE ZIMBALISLR.'KERR'FRANCI$ Ill Kr~aM Tt~nV Presented by ,.,.,..,..,v. WARNmR BROS. WYNN'DONAHUE TECHNICOLORe Friday and Saturday March 24 and "2" BIG HITS! Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall enter- tained at a 1)irthday party Satur- day afternon for their son Terry Lynn, who is one year old. Guests included Phyllis Turner, Nancy Welsh, Sarah Heinz, Steve Heinz, Carol Lynn Heinz, Evelyn Hall, Gary Thomas, Larry Thomas, GEORGE SANDERS, ;BARBARA SHELLEY : wLth MICHAEL GWYNN Cox, Doug Fraley, Michael Fra- Icy, Beverly Putman, Brenda Put man, Mrs. Roy Putman, Mrs. Mar- vin Thomas and Mrs. Stella Pain- ter all of Kearneysville, Mrs. Jack Fraley, Mrs. Charles Stride and Bucky Stride of Shepherdstown and Miss Sandra Healy and Mrs. Robert Smallwood of Charles Town, Mrs. Hall used the St. Pat- rick's color scheme with green and white birthday cake. To com. i plete the menu she served with the cake, ice cream, ice tea, mints and jelly eggs. Mrs. Rena Marshall who sus- tained facial injuries in a fall at her home last Tuesday has return ed to work. Mr. Harry J. Zinn, Jr., manager service following. Regular church service will be at 9:30 Easter Sur/ held Sunday at 9 A. M. with S. S. at 10 A. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. VL Nil , I [ Irmt LO I I I illn @ FROM MARCH 23rd THRU APRIL 15th WE WILL PAY THE STATE SALES TAX ON ALL USED CARS SOLD DURING THIS PERIOD. 1960 LINCOLN Premier 4-Dr. Hardtop Radio, Heater, All Power, Air Conditioning. Loaded with Extras, 12,000 Miles. $4995.00 57 PONTIAC Star Chief Custom Hardtop Radio, Heater, Hydramatic Power Stesrlng and. Brakes. Extra Clean. $1295.00 55 BUICK Special Tudor Radio, Heater, New Red and White Paint. Looks ~md Runs Good. $695.00 56 CHEVROLET 210 Wagon Radio, Heater, 6 Cylinder, Power Glide. DependaWte Transmission. Priced Right. $795.00 59 FORD Galaxie Club Victoria Radio, Heater, Cruice-O-Matic, 220 H. P. V.8, Black and White. Chrome Skirts, 17,000 Miles. $2195.00 54 FORD Customline Tudor Radio, Heater, Rebuilt V-8, Fordomatic. Runs Like A New One. $495.00 54 CHRYSLER TUDOR Radio, Heater, Automatic Tra~31aission, 32,000 Actual Miles, 1" Local Owner. $495.00 57 FORD FAIRLANE 4-Door Radio, Heater, V-8, Fordomatic. New Paint, 1 Owner. $1195.00 56 MERCURY 4-Door RaAio, Heater, Mercomatic, Green and White with White Tires. Very Nice. $895.00 57 OLDS 88 Hardtop Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Brakes. Low Mileage. Extra Clean. $1295.00 54 BUICK SPECIAL HARDTOP Radio, Heater, V-8 With Straight Shift. New Paint. $495.00 58 T - BIRD HARDTOP Radio, Heater, Crulsematic, Power and Brakes. Loaded With Extras. Steering $2595.00 56 PONTIAC TUDOR Radio, Heater, V-8, Straight Shift. Clean As A Pin. 34,000 Miles. $795.00 53 OLDS SUPER 88 4-Door Radio, Heater, Straight Shift, Engine Recently Overhauled. Real Clean. $395.00 54 PONTIAC Chieftian Deluxe Radio, Heater, 8 Cylinder, Hydramatie. Good Tires. Runs Good. 59 FORD Galaxie Convertable Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes. Cruiseomatie, 225 H. P. V-8, White with Black Top. Low Mileage. 58 FORD RANCH WAGON Radio, Heater, V-8, Fordomatic. Clean and Dependable. 4-Dr. $395.00 $2295.00 $1495.00 56 FORD MAINLINE Fordor Ra~lio, Heater, 6 Cylinder with Overdrive. Runs Good. Blue and White. $795.00 60 FORD F-250 PICKUP Radio, Hegter, 650x16 6-Ply Tires, 10,000 ..~. Actual Miles. $1795.00 57 DODGE 3/4 TON PICKUP M-~'-M of Kinney Store, Beverly, Mass. Heater, V-8, 4 Speed Transmission. Engine Just Overhauled. PLUS-- visited his mother Mrs. Dorcas ,, ~ :_ Zinn recently. Miss Blanche Zinn56 DODGE CORONET 4-Door $995.00 ~?l;[ola~Ni~~l|]:/l~J-'l/ and her uncle Mr. Franklin Me- Radio, Heater, Powerflite, Engine Just ,,~, T'L~.nr~r.-,.Tt~nT~'~tl" 4/ m n. r~ Atee of Washington, D. C. spent Overhauled. A Real Buy. OD IJNII~flNAIIUINAI~ /2-lon I ICKUp the weekend with Mrs. Dorcas $795.00 Heater, New Paint, Good Tires. ~ ..... DAM ROONEY. MOORE.DURYEA ! Zinn. ~~1 Mrs. Raymond Miller who dislo 56 FORD FAIRLANE TUDOR 3 ja a.uo cated her collar bone in a fall at Friday Nights Until 9:00 P.M. her home last Wednesday is re-Radio, Heater, T-Bird, V-8, Fordomatic, 52 GMC -TON PICKUP ported by her husband to be "re Blue and White. Try it--You'll Buy It. Heater, 700x16 6-Ply Tires, 4 Speed Closed Saturday At 6:00 P.M. Sunday-Monday-Tuesday covering satisfactorily." $895.00 Transmission, 1 Owner, Runs Good. .~ ...... Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel 4~).UU March 26, 27 and 28 entertained at a birthday party 55 FORD Country Sedan Wagon U r-------"-1 Saturday for their son George Robert who is five years old. Nor Radio, Heater, V-l, Fordomatlc. Town Caperton Brothers F[R$T TiME [ man Kay Whetzel who has child A Very Cle~n Little Wagon. Hegter, Excellent Condition. & Gift Shop AT REGULAR. care as one of her 4-H projects $795.00 $495.00 this year conducted games in the "-----~ .Jefferson Hardware Co. PR,~ICE,' i recreation room for the children ~ ..... .................. ~ .......... Smart Fashinsl, .... LAST Then they ~vere served birthday cake, icecream, cupca~es, mints COME IN AND LOOK OVER OUR SELECTION OF USEI ) ----- I Kastle's Men's Shop and punch. Favors w re small Music Store TO SEE baskets filled v~ith jelly eggs and CARS .... TRADE NOW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS TAX SALE! Leggett's Dept. Store I deitte's Small Fry Shop Modern Home Appliance Sales and Service chocolate candy. Those attending ~il~.b~Lill~'s were Kim Basore, William Hill, ,~O~U~T,O, lard, Lou Ann Whetzel, David Hamstead and Karen and Patric- ia Potter. Mrs. Laura Thompson of Shep herdstown substituted last week Matinee Sunday 2:00 P. M. in place of Mrs. Richard Moore, ONE SHOW NIGHTLY-- primary teacher. Mrs. Moore has 7:30 P, M. been on the sick list. Mrs. James Van Metre and THESE SALESMEN.--DAY OR NIGHT- JOE SUTTON DOUG COOPER Home Phone 402 Home Phone 774 or 362.M DANNY NICHOLS Home Phone Shepherdstown 2031 E. M. WHITING Home Phone 1056 Jewdry Store Cain, Jewelers Store Store Shoe Center & Strider Itardware thdio V. Service Smith Tire and children Jimmy, Julie and Dottle G.L. VIRTS, Home Phone 279-W Light & Battery Company Wednesday and Thursday Kay of Lewisburg were dinner t. "P. Company March 29 and 30 guests on Sunday of Mrs. I.D. g A LOST SOUL IN A Van Metre, Sr. and Mr. mid Mrs.SALES D PARTMEKr OP :--8:30 A. M. to S:00 M. I. D. Van Metre JL at Stone Melvin T. Strider Co. WORLD OF FURY! HouseFarm. ANYlIHE BY APPOIH EHI. :10 P. M. to 9.'00 r. M. Week Hi ls Mrs. Harold Burhman entered Swimley's Furniture Charles Town General tIospital Store, Inc. on Friday for observation. PHONE: 212 - 213 o 248 Entertain At Dinner ;~I Mrs. Edith Thomas entertain- ed at a dinr.cr party Saturday co- Town & Country Clothiers ening iu honor of the godparents of 1 ~r grandson Terry Lynn Hall. Western Auto ~oavWARNER B~ Guests included Mrs. Mary Fran- cis Waters of Leetown, God- 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Associate Store Starring , . mother; Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Mel vin 3tetler of Charles Town; Mrs. "THE FORD PLACE FOR 49 YEARS" " EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR. c.A. Edwards and Mamie Fran. White's Record Shop ANGIE DICKINSON ces Waters of Leetown; Mrs. Dora Turner, Mx . Eula Lee Jo