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I~nK~tl~l~~~lmSaturday night in Ranson with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ranalli and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. iD. C., on Sunday and visited Mrs. s Mrs. Lupton's parents, Mr. and i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE maN ,S, AUmL I her mother, Mrs. Rose Courtney. gave their daughter Sherry a Sam Cross in Front Royal, Va. ~W. S: Geary and Mrs. G. W. J Mrs. Aitbn" Grove, on Sunday ] THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 HA|H|||WN I Miss Jennifer Gray was birthday party Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shank and iEmmart. I Miss Ann Gardner left Friday I ~m=mmsv~a I crowned "Miss Harpers Ferry," at noon 2 to 4 p. m. Being Sherry's little daughter, of Washington, I Mr and Mrs Donald Trundle ]for Hawaii to spend a week. ~ " Mrs. Bernard Ott I the Charm Revue in the Harpers 6th birthday lots of her friends spent the weekend with her par-land dau-hter ',e Lanh~m Md I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr andi --- For Everything You Buy .... ~ ........... Ferry Hzgh S hool Audltormm helped her celebrate She recelv- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shckle. Jwere the weekend euests of Mr IKim, of Charles Town, were call- ] mmr'~me~'~~~~~lSaturday evening. Miss Gray is ed many gifts. I Mr. Ray Seal attended a meet-land Mrs William Snyder "lers Sunday evening on Mrs. Mary A Reliable Shopping Guide Mrs. Marshall McAboy, of ttall, the daughter of Mrs. Nathaniel [ Visitors at the home of Mr. and ing for Dixie Narco, Charles| Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, IBruce Furr. I town, and two grandchildren, tGray, of Halltown. I Mrs. Lee Brown this past week Town, in Hagerstown last week. iw .................] The rededication at the Metho-I as a weeKeno guest ot ms par- ~arla and Henry McKee, of Ran- Miss Sharon Oft spent the were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ruble They were entertained at the Hol- [ ent "'r ............ ] dist Church was very well at- ] i son, attended ~ birthday party/ weekend with her grandparents, i of Indoow, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard iday Inn for lunch. He is in [ ot,.s-~" aria ~rs~,~unam ~aPr!- [ tended Sunday afternoon. All ] [ last Saturaay afternoon for little [Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Williams, [Ruble and son Timmie of Gerrar charge of maintenance at Dixie [in b {an "o er oo~n ,~oo~-ithe flowers were beautiful, and i I FLINT RUN FARMS Paula Sue Kelican, a the home of] Sr., and uncle, Mr Donald Wil. J dstown, Mr and Mrs Paul Ring Narco. I Mr t M ~ "" ?'- " Ithe refreshments delicious. It [ " s D weisn, Jr, is a pa- I her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs./llama, of Ranson. and family of Middleway, Mr and Mrs William Wisham and I tio-~ i, hh~'~oo ,v ..... ~.~,~ Iwas certainly nice to see the folks Palled Hereford Production Sale Eddie Ahalt, ~f Ransom 1 Callers this past week on Mr. and ' Mrs Stanley Zombro of Kearneys- daughter, Miss Shirley Wisham, ] Mrs Viola Booda and Viruinia Iwh used to attend church here. I I Mr. Thomas Bowers returned l Mrs David Penwel!. and family, iiviue' mrs ~rances Custer of Jeff-. of Philadeh)hia~ , visited., her moth-IT_ ~uuu~al,-- oz ......... ~ammore ma, Owere i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and lI THURSDAY, APRIL 7th 2:00 P, 1eL home last Sunday evening from were Mrs Ramon Gray and ~ erson Terrace, Mrs Earle Whttt- er, Mrs Grover Leith over the I .............. '- : - [ family, of Martinsburg, were visi- - . , rr,uay guests oz ~vlrs Annie ~,ou- Tampa, Fla., after bemg em. daughter Me, of Shenherdstown, mgton of Charles Town, Mr. and weekend. Idan. " itors Sunday evening of Mr. and I FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA " !"" " " " ' " " " ' " " ' " " ! ' ' "andLorrainehadMr.asMrs.andtheirC~wardinMarshallMrs.guestsKennethandFritts~SundayS~ndra~FrittsIMrs'Mr' , S0 HtAD QUAi.IIY POLLED Mrs. Alton Muse and claildren, I~alltown'. SimonReV" M.i " C.e Scott and Floyd day with his parents, Mr andlday ann O..vIsiteaW~nsburgmr ann n Sa'tur" Ifmrs ~es FrittsRiChmnd'and friend,Va"ofMiSSAlexandria,Kennai II HEREFORDS Timmy, Kenny, and Karen, and ] r~,.s w,,~,a u ....... ~,~a ~,~,. f s v sit d the Locust Grove Mrs. Robert Cross and -rand- I .... . "I Va., Mrs. Elva Licklider, of Wash- ] Mrs. Winerd Bowers visited Mr. i ~::~,_'~,~,',,"~"~~'~ ~'~,~ Ihome for the aged Sunday after mother, Mrs Walter Ronemous [ter tsrown ann oaugnter, l ington, D. C., Miss Jessie Duna- and Mrs. I~e Sipe, of Charles i ~r~"~ari'~,~ar~, o~~ear~roo~: ] noon.... . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jamison and ] The_Uvflla Methodist, Church]way' of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs., [ Including 25 Registered Bulls, 55 open registered Heft | town, ~onnay evening. I v~ ",,,~ .~,,,~,, ~ .... ,., I nee. ~cott just returned from a family, of Bakerton visited Mrs I wm snow me picture, r~ing oz I Bill Fritts and daughter, of [ All clean pedigreed. Popular bloodlines - Choice Dol~ Mrs. John Myers and children, I -- ir "an d Irs" I3avqd' l"c'Abov, of I two we k revival in Ohio. Jamison's parents, and Mrs. ] ,rags,' Friday,. April 1,.at 7.:301 Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. i I Domestic Mischief and Advance Rollo. Sensibly Debbie and Sidney, of Ranson, I Charles Town,'were dinner ~uests i mr. and Mrs. nicnard Stickles B. C. Mitchell and family Sunday I p.m. ~o aumtssmn out a aonauon i Boteler Link, of Shenandoah i I veloped, rugged, useful, bred for purebred and come werened BowelUnchenrs on guestSTuesday.Of Mrs, Wi- OfandMr.son,andMarshall,Mrs Marshalljr., onMCAbVsun- !andi bunoayfamIlY'witn. OfmrsAlexandria. SticKles motherSpent afternoon.~ I ~wut'$~e "~r,~aceeptect'~~ +~ I Junction. I ial cattlemen. Mr and Mrs Ellis Williams a... r~+~, .... _+~,0 .~ ...... ,~... Mrs. Louise Bentz. ~.~~~..~l~i:.,~ I ~i:~. ~+XCg~:..~.~i~'~31~ I Becauseof injuries received in an automobile accident on March I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: " " ' 'I "'~ ,-,~,~ ~,~,~v~ uu,..~ ~.eMrs M C Scott of Bolivar and ................. Jr., and daughter, Kelley of Stiles. day were Mrs Henr~, McKee and .. =~ mm===~m.xt- I l r'l~'r~tllk| 113 in Nashville, Tenn., Cam Tabb " " "~ Mrs F " " " Trailer Park, Charles Town, werelchildren, Karla and little Henry, Mrs" FiEdS m nSr m d'Mr' ed ~A~r'~IU~ I Lr[:IUW~ ]returned home with his parents I RAY RUDAC1LLE, Owner supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. l.of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs . r'" y ct g I ..... land will receive treatment here I LIMETON ROUTE, BENTONVILLE, VA. WallaCeday evening.'Ott and family Wednes- [Wayneof Dar an,MCAbYMd and son, Jeffreyl YinasgmZaeeenWedne.sday..very SiCK trot Mrs'sneMillardis im- Miss Margaret:~Huser,~.... i Mrs. luary ~J. r'urr ] He will return to school to re- I PHONE : FRONT ROYAL - ME5-8254 , E | g " proving niecly ~l~~~>.'~lg~ [ I1~~~,~1~ [ sume classes about April 7. On Mrs lmer Wright, of near ~ M ..... + '~ their way home they also visited [ Cattle may be seen prior to sale day at farm locate~ ..... " ...... | ................ r. and Mrs Robert Jenkins Mr D R Huffaster wants to l Mr an~ Mrs ~einh-r* T^~'n~"" I lialitOWrl, ann her mater, ~ars. ~ ~ ." -11 ....... " ...... ;" .: . _ , . u . ,, ,~ ~ oo, ~,,, ,Mr. and Mrs. James Falkenstein I miles south of Front Royal on Route 340, or mary .......... JenKins, oI" ~aexanu"-'"-n""-ta, va"-, ~ ca eu on me~r son.m-taw ann manK tne peopie WhO were SOl and dau-htres~, , Cheri and Jac-ue.~ , land family in Cumberland, Ky. ~ .~ ~ ~- ~ ~t ~.: | DAU~,| daughter Mr and Mrs Robert kind to him while in the hospitallof Front Royal Va snent Mort ] sp~n: me pas[ ~eeKwitla .... s:, ' F10 .n ~l " ~ ".' ., ~ : Mrs. Falkenstein is the former [ Sale Manager; Virginia Hereford Association ~,Vri~'ht's son and dau~hter-in-law ~I/'~V~. ra ce Hfl sboro, Va., Monday and for the pretty cards and [ day with Mrs Johnson s mother I Miss Frances Lafferty, Home [ Burton Eller, Secretary Mr and Mrs Granville G Wright,] Mrs Floyd Slmons ev~Inl.n~ S Graham ls spending fl?:rs Mr 1 Mrs B H Rlddleberger in of Norfolk, ~ra. Mrs. Wright ae-I " ". : . . " ' . and s. Edgar M'lls and]Charles q?own. ]DemonstratOrcounty. in Jefferson [ Staunton, Virginia ';: companied them home for a visit ~~i~~.,~l~,~w severat, ctays w~th his son anddau daughters and Mrs. Anna Mary ~ Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton andI [ Mar. 31.1t~ while her. husband is on sea duty. t Miss ~'haron rmse,"-" spem" rn-"" gnmrrge tiranamm'taw' ................... ~r. anti mrs. tieo Hetzel motored to Washington, j Sandra, of Armel, Va., visited~ :1 {',O TO ~ O--~'SUNIDAY I| ~ ~ ~ i I I II . Mrs. Alton Museand daughter, [ day night with her cousin Miss Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller are :- i IIII IIII IIIi II, ,r' I'~,!~"~r........................ ,..= "- ~~ ~ - " ~ ~aren, ann ~1~ au~.,', t;otta, oz!Sandra Ring of Middleway on the parents of a baby daughter ~anson, snoppea m chester, i Saturday they went shopping in born Monday March 28th. ~9 a. ,on Monday. They also yisit: Martinsburg and motored to Win Hospital Patients Mr. and_ Mrs. uarl Clartq ozI chester and visited their great Miss Nancy Graham is a patient ulearoroo~r, va. i grandmother, Mrs. Netta Rogers, in the Charles Town hospital we Mrs. Wallace Ott and children, who has been ill. wish her a speedy recovery. Sharon, Michael, Larry and Ste-! Mrs. Earle Whittington and Mrs Raymond Snyder Mr Jes- i phen, spent Thursday evening: granddaughter, Mrs. Marleen s~ B~ara vrv~ ~.,,,]~,, J .... w th Mr and Mrs Ellis Wilhams, Jr., and daughter, Kelley, of Stiles Trailer Court, Charles Town. Mr. Douglas Bowers, of Glen Burnie, Md., was a visitor of his mother, Mrs. Winerd Bowers, on Saturday evening. Mrs. Marshall McAbay spent Breeden of Leesburg, Va. called and-a friend all from Bolivar on Mrs. Louise Bentz on Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shy- afternoon der and family Friday. Little Mrs. Louise Anderson and Mrs. Norman Snyder has been ill with Lucille Brown spent Friday in the mumps and Mrs. Snyder has Wmchester with Mrs. Brown had the flu. "The Old Bug is (mother) Mrs. Netta Rogers. really going around." Birthday Party ~~mn i iii A TiiOUGHT TO REMEHBER , , , , _ i .,.,m By CHARLES J. W. SMITH In times past, people Sought answers to questleus Just as we seek answers to move and more complicated questions in today's faster pace of living. It seems the more answers we get, the ~ore questions ceme up. We wonder If the answerer are ele'~ te~ipot~ed explanations. More and mor~ people seem to be going to phyehia. trlsVs couches for answers, explanation and help. At best, phyehla. trists can only point out that the answer to an anguished problem lies within the individual. Centuries ago, even a Man from Galilee uttered a question on the ere~ "My God, My God, why has't Thou forsaken meT" Just as He, in exporteneing anguish and pain, knew the question wasn~ really a question, the same tmcomplleated answer to individual despair awaits us; ours to accept, where and when we will... CHARLES J. W, SMITH, SMI.~ MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME C~IAB.LEfl TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ANNUAL SPRING SALE STARTS-- 1:00 P. M. Steers and Heifers Herefords, Angus, Shorthorns ALL LOCAL CATTLE Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, Inc. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mr. Wayne Welty There will be a movie at the Uvilla Methodist Church Friday night, April 1, at 7:30. It is enti- fled "The King of Kings," free of charge and the public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bush and two sons, of Hagerstown, Md., vis- l ited Mrs. Bush's mother and sis- ter, Mrs..Iames Myers and Fran, cis Myers Saturday Mr and Mrs. Andrew Cavalier and children, of Brunswick, Md., were overnight guests of Mrs. Cavalier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eye, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foltz, of Berryville, Va., were overnight guests of Mr~ Foltz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bragg, Friday night. Mrs. Harold Covert and family, of Winchester, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and MrS. Cecil Dubriel, of Martinsburg, were Sunday after- noon guests of Mr. aand Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family. Mr. Harold Ambrose, Mrs. Ruth Clegg and Mrs. Elizabeth Gageby visited Mrs.: Clara Dunn and Mr. Grafton Liskey, of Inwood, Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. Fortst Buckles has re- turned home from King's Daugh- ters Hospital of Martinsburg where he had been a patient for several weeks. Mrs. Charles Nuneville, of Fair- fax, Va., and small daughter, Mi- chelle, visited Mrs. Nuneville's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viands and Annie, Saturday night The Engle MYF held its month. ly meeting at the home of Mr. a~d Mrs William Walker of Zoar, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and daughter, Barbara, of Silver Grove, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs and family Sunday after- noon. At The Fairgraunds - Frederick, Md. TUESDAY, APPalL 12, 1966 12:00 NOON 50 Head Of Carefully Selected Registered Holsteins ++ 40 Cows And Bred Heifers 7 Open Heifers and Heifer Calves. 3 Bulls All From Top ML yland Herds COWS - nearly all fr~sh or close, have ~elld l~Jtgree~ are foumiatton callbre. . sired by too bult ffem with awl ~. NeSt~ all from dams wl~ records over 600F. M~lt of tkem due from sattin ttwoug~ ly: euf best gi ouPs ever to be sold in this sale series. THE+HEIFER CALVES - all of o~tstanding ty~ and suitable A frem dams over and ready for service. Sponsored By: : ty Holstein Association Sale Mgr. Ma.rth 31,1~. Miss Lillian Myers _ -- . -- Miss Carol Hammond, who is in training at Stuart Circle, Rich- mottd, Va,, i'ecently spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Jim Hammond, Charles ToWn ,and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt, Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs: Alan Welch, of Bethesda, Md., spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Mary Gray- son. and Mrs. Winfred , Mrs. Jesse Friday and at- tended the bdnquet at the Community Center Frlday evening. Mrs. Gary Sager is a patient in the charles Town Hospital. Her many friends wish for her a com- plete recovery. Mrs. +Waiter Ronemous has re- turned home after having spent 9a t emw wtth4 r There's exciting Spring fashion news for the whole family at whopping big savings "BILTMORE" LONG-SLEEVED DRESS SHIRTS Reg. 2.59 Oar own Sanforized, mercerized cotton broadcloth shirts with single-needle tailor- ing, convertible cuff. White. Semi-spread c~lar in 14V~-17; snap tab collar ia 14-17. PATENT PUMPS IN STEP FOR EASTER .~u :, . .. Black or white .vin~vl * patents with bowed straps. Composition sole, heel. Sizes 8%-3. INFANTS' NEW KODEL FROCKS FOR EASTER Reg. 1.99 Pretty little. Easter Paraders in Kodel polyester fibers-nylon- cotton dresses with den of lovely spring |pastels)Some Avril rayon-cottons in the roup. 9-18 months. NkEN'S STRE;Ctt SOCKS BoYs' STRETCH SOCKS. 9x3 ribbed 4-ply stretch 9x3 ribbed 4-ply stretch laylons. Guaranteed 1 nylons. 1 year guaran-year. Sizes 7-8~/~, 9-II. I sizes fits t0-t . USTANDWEAR NEVER-IRON BOYS' pANTS Reg, ~!.49 Our own cotton-nylon permanent press pants are Koratrn'treated to retain their crease. Styled with elastic back, tab iront. In spring colors. 3-7., II II STANDWEAR PERMA-PRESS POPLIN SLACKS Rell. 4.99 Our own Ivy model in Daeron'~ pb~lyester- combed cotton with KoratronV-tj'eated no- iixin Per~a-Press. Belt loops, cuffed. Spring colors. Young men's 28-34; men's 30-42. DACRON,COTTON PROPORTIONED WALKER SKIRT Machine whsh 'n dry / Dacron@ polyester- cotton skirt has smart double walker pleats, adjustable belt. Smart dark shades. Petite 24-30, Average 22-30, Tall 24-30. BOYS' COTTON RUGBY SUITS IN 3 STYLES Crisp cotton suits for a snappy .Easter Pa- rader. Choose from solids, plaid or checked jackets with solid trousers. Season's nmst popular colors. Sizes 2,3,4. GIRLS' STRETCH SOX . Ribbed cuff anklets ol ~tr~.teh nylon. White; pastels. Sizes 3t.o 11: prs.Sl a'STANDWEAR" PERMA-PRESS BOYS' SLACKS Relf. a.9 Our "Ro$drunner" slacks in long-wearing cotton a~,.t polyester, no-iron Koratron. treated Slda Ivy or Contirmntal models. Smart spring colors. Sizes 8 to 20. EASTER IS A PRETTY HAT FOR THE GIRLS Imported Swiss straw braids! Nylon laces! Ruching! Brims, sail- ors, cloches, rollers, and more[ Spring's prettiest shapes and colors for girls trom 4 to 14.