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YEARS AGO 10 Rev. Temple Wheeler ann- plans to return and re- Children's Haven, which closed since June, 1955. S. Coleman. 58, President Adding Machine Mich. and a native Town, was named pres the National Chamber of - In the Charles Town Church, by the Rev. H. Hiller, Mrs. Halsie M. of Charles Town and Mr. R. Gift of Fayettsvllle, m the Charles Town Baptist Mrs. Barbara Rowland daughter of Mrs. Cliff- Rowland and the late Mr. of Summit Point, to Mr. Gray Glassford, also of Point. Mrs. Dorothy Porterfield, wife of Max Porterfield, was appointed Postmistress at Shenandoah Jun- ction, succeeding William Dean, who had been transferred to Mar- tinsburg. Died:. William Paul Elliott, 51. of Hayfield, at his home there; Langdon Bullitt Dick, 67, a native of Philadelphia, at his home, "The Rocks", this county. 20 YEARS AGO 20 Fire of undetermined origin damaged the Amaco filling stat- ion on Hunter's Hill. Hair cuts were raised to 60 cents and shaves to 35 cents. The Rev. and Mrs. Temple Wheeler of the Children's Haven at the Bloomery were selected "Good Neighbor of the Day" on Tom Brennan's Breakfast Club, Hollywood, Calif. Candidates were WINCHESTEr, VA. chosen for outstanding- service in Tflour making .was instaUed i Cal~:ia..W~adar~.and:~-soa.... While. Mrs. Floyd McDaniel and family behalf of the underprivileged. J Died: . At the home of her son I visiting with the GarrettS Mi'. ! were also dinner guests. Mrs. Esther Ruth Daniels died Nathaniel Conrad at the Bloom. Woodard was spending a few Mr. and Mrs. ttumphrey Wilt at her home near Reedson . cry, Mrs. Jane Conrad, aged 63 days with the home folks and his and daughters, Arbutus and An- Raymond M. Lancaster of Harp years. I parents, toinette, visited Mr. Elmer LaRue ers Ferdy was nominated as fiscal l Howard Koonce of HalltownI Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo in Charles Town Hospital on Sat- accountant for National Selective was given a medical degree from and two sons, Stephen and Kevin. urday. He had a minor opera- Headquarters, by President Tru. the College of Physicians and of Bruce, Va., were dinner guests tion on Thursday and is doing man. Surgeons in Baltimore, Md. Sunday Of the latter's parents, fine. ~~~ Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt. , 40 YEA-RS AGO 40 Mr. and Mrs. William Longer-' Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt were visitors of Mrs. Ida Mac La- Dled:- In Berryville, Va., Jose beam and family, of Charles Rue, daughter, Connie and son, ph C. Avis, a native of Charles Town. were visitors Thursday Town; at the Confederate SoldiersMrs. Georgia Pearl evening of Mr. and Mrs. Mel;cin Lonnie, of Ranson on Saturday. Home in Richmond, ThOmas Brax ~~~ ....~i~:~'Piper. Sunday night visitors with Mr. Mrs. Ethel Lancaster was a pa-wand Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and ton Homer, 84, formerly of Midd- Mr Newton Hawk and daugh-/I tient in the Charles Town Gen- daughters, Arbutus and Antoi- leway. Married: . At Bunker Hill Corn ter, Mrs. Nettle Staubs and Son,~ eral Hospitai Saturday morning' nette, were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edward, motored to Maryland to have her teeth extracted. She Wilt and daughter, Cindy, of the Sunday and were dinner guests got along very well with the op- Bloomery, Mr. Lee Rollison and of the former's son and family, eration. Miss Linda Piper. well of Charles Town to Miss Nellie Butler of Inwood; in Wash- ington, D. C.; Mrs. Mable Benton Butler, formerly of Charles Town to Criswell Smith of Detroit Mich. Appraisers valued the estate of the late M. B. Myers at $34,349; of Miss Mollie McCurdy, $103, 018.20 and Mrs. M. D. LaBoyteaux at $39,531. 60 YEARS AGO 60 Married;. In Gerrardstown, by the Rev. T. M. Woods, Russell P. Hilleary of Frederick Co.. Md., to Miss Edith Tabb of near Bunker Hill; in Charles Town, by the Rev. H. Wolff. Frank G. Roper to Miss Bessie Henretty, both of the county. Died: - In Berryville. Va., Geo- rge F. S. Phillips, the first gunner and sergeant in Chew's Battery, horse artillery, in the Confederate Army, aged 73 years; at her home in Charles Town. Mrs. Maggie Grim, wife of A. M. Grim in her 52rid year. 80 YEARS AGO 80 Buhrs were discarded by the Shenandoah Milling Company, operating the Bloomery Mill and Thru Tuesday - Held Over 2nd Big Week the Stevens Roller process for I I " :iii ili!iiiiii!iii SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAl. HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funerfil Director BLAKE G tRam" ~.~,,~ TEC~Ih2OI.OR" PANAVM00~'Iq~M WARNIN SATURDAY ONLY - Special Dusk To Dawn Show FREE COFFEE & DONUTS AFTER 1 P. M. FOR ALL THE KIDS -- PRIZES --- CONTESTS FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY --- 5 BIG HITS "THE GREAT RACE" 2. Walt Disney's "TATTOOED HORSE" 3. Hayley Mills in "THE TRUTH ABOUT 4. Jerry Lewis in "DISORDERLY CONDUCT" 5. BEACH" OF VALUABLE FARM MACHINERY Near Purcellville, Virginia FI IDAY, APRIL 1, 1.966 AT 10 O'CLOCK (RAIN Or SHINE) decided to discontinue farming, (located on Rt. 287, 1 North of Rt. 9, between Pureellville and Lovettsville, Va., 9 I~iles South of BrunswicR, Md.--9 miles North of Leesburg, Va.) tt the above mentioned time and place I will sell the following: MACHINERY International 560 Diesel Tractor (!790 hrs.) with 4 row mount- 1 Cultivators, Fast Hitch McCormick 4 disc plow, mounted M 2 International 460 Diesel Tractor (1098 hrs.), Inter. B 414 Diesel Tractor (736 hr~) with IH No. 10 mounted J. Deere 720 Diesel Tractor (2146 hrs.) with F 120 J. D. 16" plow - 3 pt. hitch. The above mentioned tractors equipped with power steering and continuous power take Case 14" 2 bottom plow 3 pt. hitch, CleTrac Crawler. Gas- with scraper and dozer blades, International B 24 Disc controlled, 8' McCormick Gralndrill. grass seed & ferti. attachments; McCormick 2 row corn planter, McCormick 10 H silage cutter & blower, J. D. K B A 920 Disc wheel J. Deere 4 sect. Rotary hoe, J. Deere hay fluffer, J. No. 12 A combine with motor pull type., J. D. No. 490, 4 row planter, New Holland No. 271 HayHner with P. T. O. bale New Holland No. 56 hay rake, 2 New Holland wagons for hay drying. Kale throwers & silage (8' x 16'), New wagon - silage or hay, New Idea wagon -silage or hay, ew Idea No. 750 hay conditioner, New Idea No. 19 Manure GeM Foraie diopper silage & grass units. 304 West Washington St, Phon 725-5321. Day - Night li I I I I I I I LET OU R "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEA G ...... COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR IS ENOUGH? vav worry if Tou have DAIRY EQUIPMENT pipeline milkers for 85 cow barn that consists of app. of pipeline, 4 unit Surge pump, DeLaval Combine milk Milking units Surge, Condee and Marlow, Girton No. D gallon milk tank (stainless steel). Brnnner Compressor with H. P. Century motor and complete cooling unit, 2 & 3 sect- enough tnsuralu~ on yot~ Wash Up vats, pipeline may be sold in 2 units, home? With ~, HomeownerB MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Po ic , your eL this simple formula: James Way Barn Cleaners 200' each, 2 James Way 19" BarnT. rebuild my dwell- ~s (2 speed), 4 feed carts, Even Flow Silage distributor, lot tng at today's prices ~uid e~mt me-_-._ ~-- btanchions, Alemite Tractor Grease pump, Remington Chain Td get full restoration up to v, Naffonal Sickle Bar mower, Goodweli Lawn mower, cattle polley limits, the amount must ,ter tank, Wheelbarrow grass seed sower, Concrete Buggy, be 80~ or more of the above. i0 L.110 International Pielmp, shovels, Forks and mdny Other l~,d increased amountat ~eellaneous items .... Call the one agent who can }~2 L-180 2-ton truck, excellent 16 ft. covered double-deck serve ~11 ~'our ~uranco ~Y. Good tires, good running condition. ~ludm. COLTS.--1 Yearling, sired by Surrender, thoroughbred horse !t was standtn~ at B. H. Kelly Farm. 2 year old, sired by J,000 reg. ,Welsh Palomino stud imported from England. Both t of 13 hand well-mannered mare. ' ~RMs. CASH All sales final Not responsible for aeckients grounds. Wheatland Farm Spafford W. Schanek . "~ Conducted by . ;21tTtlERN VA. AUCTION CO. deBUtts. 445.4i20 PHONE 725,2211 ~e~rtard C. Bowman - 33~-7116 ~. ~ Lunch on Ground~ --is is the only time this adv. will appear in this newspaper. March 2~-lt- , , ~lr:'r'~ - ~- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove and daughter, Kaye, were visitors Sunday evening of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Grove, of Baker Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jenkins and family, of Round Hill, Va., were visitors Saturday of the lat- ter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harris and family, of Washington D. C., were dinner guests Sunday of the lat- ter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. James Zombro are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Myers assisting with garden planting. Mrs. R0setta Talton and daugh- ter, Sharon, and Mrs. Georgia Piper were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas McDaniels and Surprise Birthday Party two sons. of Pennsylvania, were Mrs Merle Wilt and Mrs. Bon- dinner guests Sunday of the for- nie Elliott entertained at a sur- mer's mother, Mrs. Sarah Garrett. prise birthday party for Bonnie's Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and mother Mrs Mary Roberts The family were visitors TuesdaY[cake was baked i)'y the daughter, mgnt ot me tormer s. momer, IMr~ ~lliott A v ....... "~-i-'~ rs. C yton Talton, of Hamilton }lunch was served the guests Mrs Yel * * Ylrs Berth~ Ba~ent Mrs Rub~ I Roberts received several nice Silverous, of" Ran~on~ were Visi ] gifts. Those present were Mr. tors Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mearle Wilt, Mr. and John Runion. Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Mabel Long, Mr. and Mrs. John Runion vis- ited their son, Roy, who is a sur- gical patient in Newton D. Baker Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and son, of Randallstown, Md., were visitors Friday night of his sister, Mrs. Annie Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cronin and daughter, Pixie, of Charles Town, were dinner guests on Sun- day of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, MUNICIPALITY OF RANSON, To-wit: At a Special session of the council of the mtmicipality of Ra]ason held in the coUncil chambers thereof, in the Town Hall building on the 11 day of March. 1966, there were present W. G. Carson Mayor, Mary I. Baker. Recording Officer, and Elizabeth Jenkins, Lewis F. Ramey, Frank Comer, Ralph Henry, members of the council of said municipality. In accordance with Section 14, Article 8. Chapter 11, of the West Virginia Code as Amended, the Council proceeded to make an es- timate of the amounts necessary to he raised by levy of taxes for the c.urrenftscal year, and doth determine and estimate the several to be as follows: CURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES Estimate Form No. 1 ESTIMATE (1) The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible from every source during the fiscal year, EXCEPT FROM Notice Of Sale Of Valuable Real Estate Default having been made in the provisions of that certain deed of trust dated August 14, 1957, made by Louise Krieg, wid- ow, to Forrest A. BrOwn, Trustee, of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jeff- erson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 220, page 156, and ih the payment of the indebted- ness secured thereby, and the ben eficiary of said deed of trust hav- ing required her so to do, the undersigned Trustee (having been substituted as T~astee for said Forrest A. Brown, now de. ceased, by order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, , West Virginia, made and dntered on l~ovember 19, 1965, in a certain motion therein pending entitled Robert R. Smith, et al, vs. Ann hufnagel, et al), in execution of said deed of trust and pursuant to the provisions thereof, will sell at public auction at the front door of the Court House of Jeff. erson County in Charles Town, West Virginia, on Saturday, April 2, 1966, at 10:00 A. M. E. S. T., the following real estate, to,wit: All that certain lot or parcel THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the year. of land with dwelling house and Balance in Hands of City Treasurer (Estimated) .......... $793.00 other improvements thereon, Police Fines and Costs .................................... 6000.00 fronting on the east side of King Parkiflg Meters ............................................ 2000.00 Street (also called Uppei- Street) in the Village of Middleway, in Capitation and Dog ........................................ 500.00 Jefferson County, West Virginia, Franekise ....... .......................................... 500.00 which was conveyed to the said Amusement ................................. : .......... 200.00 Louise Krieg by Helen A. Z. Fe~.~-~, (~;, ~-~ *' .......... ~ ............ White,~idtae ~;~?..:deett dated , :,~L:~- ~ .. ~'r~ ...., Cremat~ and ~arbage .......... .. ....................... 6000.00 August ]3, i'{~54, ir6eorded in ~e IAce~es: Office of the Clerk of the County General ................................................ 3000.00 Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 200, Miscellaneous .400.00 ............................................ at page 425. Total Estimated Receipts ............................ $19393.00 Terms: One-third cash on day J of sale, balance in two equal " - ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES: 2: stallnients, evidenced, by .~e 1. Salary of Mayor ...................................... $900.00 notes of the purchaser, bearing 3. Salary of Treasurer .................................... 200.00 5. Salary of City Attorney ................................ 300.00 2. Salary of Recorder or Clerk 300.00 even date with day of sale, pay- ............................ able on or before one and two 7. Salary of Councilmen or Commissioners ................ 600.00 8. Salaries of Assistants and Clerks ...................... 240.00 9. Salaries of Chief and ........ Police .................. 7100.00 10. New Equipment Police Department .................. 2000.00 11. General Expenses Police Department ................ 2000.00 13 Salaries and Expenses Feeding Prisoners .............. 200.00 16Gbneral Expenses Fire Department .,.., ............... 400.00 18 Salaries Health Commissioner and Emblo~ees ............ 75.00 21. Salaries, Crematory and Garbage Employees .......... 4700.00 22. New Equipment Crematory and Garbage Department .... 100.00 23. General Expenses Crematory and Garbage Department 1700.00 ~7. Stationery, Office Supplies and Equipment ............. 150.00 28. Postage .............................................. I00.00 29. Water--Fire Protection, Street and Sewers ............ 750.00 3i. Light for Street Lighting ............................ 2600.00 32. Light---City Bulldii~g, Traffic Lights, Etc ............... 150.00 33. Repairs, Street and Traffic Lights ...................... 50.00 35. Telephone and Telegraph (Adl Departments) ............ 25.00 37. Legal Publicatioris ..................................... 200.00 38. Insurance on City Building and Property ................ 200.00 39. Premiums on Policemen s and Official Bonds ............ 75.00 40. Election Expenses ..................................... 150.00 42. Salaries, Engineering Department ...................... 200.00 44. Salaries and Wages all Street Employees .............. 500.00 46. Materials, Supplies and Expenses, Street Department 6620.00 50. Audit Tax Commissioner ............................ 200.~0 52. Parking Meters, Salaries, Supplies & Expenses ........ 1,000.00 60. Social Security ........................................ 650,00 61. Contingent Expenses (Mandatory Only) ................ 25.00 --Total Current Expenses .......................... $34460.00 B--Amount af unpaid obligations to be paid from current levy years after date respectively, bear ing interest f~om date at six per cent per annum, payable semi- annually, secured by deed Of trust upon the property sold; or, at option of purchaser, the whole amount may be paid in cash. L. C. BRISCOE, Substituted Trustee Auctioneer: PAUL E. MU.J~R, JR. March 104-t. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER J ADVOCATE THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1966 B---7 and Mr. John Long. Entertains for Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster entertained at their home in hon- or of their daughter's llth birth- day. Those enjoying this occasion were Cindy Talton, Ronda and Brenda Jenkins, Cindy L. Wilt, Robin Piper, Cheryl Longerbeam, Bruce and George Longerbeam, Patricia and Rodger Piper, David and Roger Piper, Gary Piper, Danny Staubs. Dale and Denny Manuel. Refreshments consist i Total estimated disbursements (A-B) ................. 34460.00 Less estimated receipts .............. $19393.00 Net filnount to be raised by levy .......... 15067.00 Here's the time-saving, work-saving, low-cost TOTAL RECEIPTS .............................. $34460.00 ~.~ way to supply your crops with fast-acting and CLASS As, sed Rate ofI_~y ~,.~~_~ long-lasting Southern States Liquid Nitrogcti. Number I Valuation Proposed Pei'sonal Property ...................... $ 574,380 12.5 c ff .n 0ur tank truck pulls applicator to your fdrm,. Public. Utility Prvper[y ................ 5,600.150 12.5 c starids by to refill it as you use your tractor tb T6~I Class No. 1 .................... 579,980.00 12.5 c Number II apply the liquid nitrogen. Number Iv'Real Estate ............................ 900,150.00 o Call for Sou ern States Real Estate ............................ 1,193,330.00 50 e 1 F Public fUfilit~; Property ................. 184,800.0050 e EED-N-FEED SERVE Total Class No. IV .................... 2,576,880.00 ............... .,0 7,70i.oo 1 We ,nix Soutl:m States Liq,id Nitrogen with TOTAL VALUATION STATi OF ViRGiNkA, //////; Atrazine, or other compatible herbicide, to weed COUNTY OF JErTEnSO , / / / / and feed in a single trip over your acres. MUNICaPALIrtr Or" R SON, TO.Wrr: I, Maryi. Baker Reeording Offieer of said mu ieipality do hereby : : ffH,IEii; 4 STA certify that the foregoing are O~pies from the record of orders made and entered by the council of Said nmniclpaittS, on the 11 day of March, 1966 CHARLES T( [ AT]IVE Given under my hand this 16th day of March, 1966. WILLIAM R. HARNER DIAL 725-2212 RANSON, W. VA. ..... NOTARY PUBLi~ [ O can put any ratio of mpney-saving Southern States Bulk Fertilizer on y r]and the fast, easy, economical way. PLEASE YOU WITH THE COURTEOUS ATTENTION YOU GET. IN THE SALE AND IN THE SERVICE. SEE FO] YOURSELF, COME ON IN TO THE WIblbiER'$ CIRCLE. 9 East Washington Street Charles TOwn, W. Va. YOU'D THINK THE CORONET IS A HIGH PRIC,ED CAR. IT ISN'T. THE DODGE BOYS WILL AMAZE YOU WITH JUST HOW EASY JT IS TO DRIVE AWAY IN A NEW '66 CORONET. FIRST OFF, THEY'LL GIVE YOU A HIGHER TRADE-IN ON YOUR OLD CAR. NEXT, THEY'LL SURPRISE YOU WiTH THE LOW COST OF THE CORONET; AND WHEN ALL ing of ice cream, cake, assorted candles, pop, pretzels and potato chips were served. Diane re- ceived a large number of gifts. The evening was re~illy enjoyed bY all who wished Diane many nmre happy birthdays. DODGE CORONET. OUT OF DETROIT BY GREAT ENGINEERING. IF YOU JUDGED IT BY ITS LOOKS OR BY ITS PERFORMANCE,