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PAUL AND DICK REITER EXTEND TO EVERYONE A MOST CORDIAL INVITATION TO ATTEND THEIR 'OPEN HOUSE' AND SEE THEIR EX- CELLENT NEW STORE AND IT'S MANY MODERN FEATURES. . . m m m m ! m m m m m Bill mm m m m m mmmmm m m m 95 AND UP AMAZING "NEW VISTA" TUNER GIVES YOU UP TO MORE ECTURE-PULLING POWER! BRINGS IN DISTANT OR HARD-TO,GET STATIONS! THE HEART OF EVERY TV SET IS ITS TUNER! Now, RCA Victor's amaz- ing "blew Vista" Tunerwa revolutionary break-through in TV reception--gives you more picture-pulling power than any other "iV. on the market.., delivers dramatically improved reception in all "fringe" and difficult signal areas! Exclusive with RCA Victor, it makes new RCA Victor television your best TV buy! The BAILEY--Serles 231-DE-53 New Space-Savlng FULL-PiCTURE Consolette TV Special $279.00 w.T. Terms Available. Phone 202 I I II II I Charles Town, We Va. The GLENVlEW Series 231-L~-62 New Budget-Priced ~FUL[-PICTURE Table TV with "New Vista" Tuner! SPECIAL $219.00 w.T. Terms Available The BUTI:IE Series 191-AE-20 New 19" FULL-PICTURE 5portabout Portable "IV with "New Vista" Tuner| SPECIAL $209.00 w.T. Terms Available OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE APRIL 6, 1961 5--A DE SERVICE for the late Ray X. ~t the request of his son, Temple K. Merchant, will be held at Zion Episcopal Church on Friday, April 14, 1961 at 2:00 p. m. The Rev. Temple Wheeler of- ficiating. Friends of the deceased are asked to attend. Interment in ~ Edgehill Cemetery. tvi L SALE:--One 6 Room Frame House covered 1 Asbestos Shingles ...... Must Be Moved Open ul, B" " " - lds, and Bids may be accepted or rejected. SEE COMMUNITY OIL COMPANY, INC. 118 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. THE TOWHE HOUSE RESTAURANT HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. LUNCH AND DINNER SERVED DAILY 10:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M. NIGHT BUFFET ....$2.75 ON TELEPHONE Y 3351 MISS LAURA E. GREY Miss Laura Elizabeth Grey, 68, died Saturday at the home of Miss Mary Marlowe near Mechan- icstown, where she had made her! home since early childhood. She had been in ill health for the past nine months. The deceased was born at Kab letown, a daughter of the late El- izabeth Grey. Funeral services were held from the Melvin T. Strider Colon ial Funeral HOme in Ranson Tues day at 2:30 p. m. with the Rev. Carlyle McDonald, pastor of the Charles Town Presbyterian Chur- ch officiating. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. , Spring Is The Air -- Put It On Your Wedlls Will1 61~u~ifu~ Wolll~ptNr FNml BOWERS paint & Wallpaper Store Charles Tov~, W. Va. Te4. 486 Open to $:30, Except FA., 9 P.M. MRS. MABEL RUST Mrs. Mabel Rust, 72 widow of Gilbert L. Rtlst of Ranson died Tuesday in the Knott Rest Home in Char~es Town, following an illness of a few days. The deceased was born in New York City, Feb. 13, 1889, a dau- ghter of the late ChXrles and Mat ilda Anderson. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are a son, Gilbert L. Jr. of 909 Carlton Road, Westfield N. J. and two grandchildren. The remains will be brought to the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson for ser vices Friday, April 7 at 11 a. m. the Rev. Dr. Richard Scholl, pas- tor of the Charles Town Metho- dist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Edge HiU Ceme- tery in Charles Town. A son, Edward Samuel, was born March 29, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rexrodc, ttarpers Fer ry. Two births occurred March 30, a daughter Annette Gay, born to l Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Silveous~ Charles Town and a daughter, Helen Amanda born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenous E. Johnson, Knox. ville, Md. * Friday, March 31 a son, Jeff, rey Scott, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. McDonough, Ran S01L Monday, April 3, two births oc curred, a daughter Pamela Michel le; and a son David Wayne, born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Row- land, Charles Town. Three births occurred Tuesday April 4- a daughter Lynn An~ber born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Painter, Charles Town! a son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Aikens, Shenandoah Junction;I and a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Breeden Jr. of Shenan- doah Junctioil. l Surgical patients admitted to the hospital, were: Little Gayleen M. Shiley, Kearneysville; Master Richard A. Paradis, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Maud M. Hendricks, Harpers Ferry; Master Jeffrey L. Sagle, Kearneysville; Mr. Calvin L. Nicodemus, City; Mrs. Loula G. Rider, City; Master Harry L. Carter, Martinsburg; Mr. James H. Robinson, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Elsie R. Thompson, Knoxville, Md.; Miss Katherine M. Baylor, City; Mrs. Ruth B. Locke, Kear- neysville; Little Charles E. Pul- se, City. Medical patients admitted were Mr. Arnold L. Shade: Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Mary E. Cline, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Thomas W. Young, City; Little Jeffrey L. Wilt, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Gear. gia V. Oram, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Dorothy M. Henesy, City; Mr. Hay wood C. Carter, Martinsburg; Mr. Thomas E. Lake, Millville; Mr. Raleigh F. Moler, Bakerton; Mr. Beverly Thornton, Halltown; Mrs. Rosa V. Boyd, City; Mr. Howard F.,, Brown, Mrs. Janice Hostler, City. Out patients were: Bonnie S. Rickard, Kearneysville; John Blackford, Jr., Walter Roper, Alice Underwood, Calvin Nicode- mus, City; Thomas Haden, Pres- I I I I | FREDERICK FAIRGROUNDS FREDER K, MD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL i2, 1961--1:00 P. M. SELLING 150 HEAD One Complete Herd Dispersal Cows with Calves at side. Bred and Open Heifers Young Bulls and Herd Bulls Cattle For Both the Pure- bred and Commercial Breeder. At Prices You Can Afford to Pay. For Information and Cata- logs Contact: Maryland Angus Association FINKSBURG, MD, March 30-2t. III IIIIIII ton, W. Va.; Joseph Wilt, Harpers Ferry; Elizabeth Durham, Ranson Rober~t Shirley, Summit Point; BlanclTe D. Martin, Brunswick, Md.; V:ixgie Howell, Harpers Fer- ry; Char~es Ott, Harpers Ferry; Rose A. Engle, Waunesburg, Pa.; Freddy Stewart, Baltimore, Md.; Charles Dorsey, Marvin Anders, City; Thomas Ashbaugh, Millville. TELEPHONE 2610 Ppril 6--E. O., ,( m