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April 21, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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Ceorgo Crtm of , ummit Point,, * "U|,,. ......... SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR, ER$ ADVOCATE were named valedictorian and sal- ~lI~ THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 ~~, ~.k utatorian, respectively at Charles 4~mL IUcWlV& Town Senior High School. Harp-: T-~J~ ~AM ~|,.A ~l~l~ ~m~ 1-==-l-[] l~l [ers Ferry ttigh School announced [ ||aU~ IUI I}lU~ fllUUUil Dl~ati B. Van Camp in Granisville, W. I bert and daughter. I~/ll ~lF1 [Miss Patsy Moler, daughter of[ I Wallace Gifft. lr, is a I:l Mr.'and Mrs. Willard J. Moler of[ .~1 .,..~. ~ ~u~'~: r~:~ ~! .... ~::~1 "~; ['~:~: '~!~:1 Vizir. and Mrs. Earl Keith, of I in the Charles q'own tI ,s: I I tlarpers Ferry as valedictorian[ ~:~..!:~.t ~,i, t~ ~,::,~lL~i ~:~:~i;u:~:,:~:] Martinsburg,were Monday, April] Mrs. Dorothy Welsh is ! !" [ and Miss Nancy Belle Carper, Sal- [ i~] i~ [i~+ ~::~:~i:: i:. [~;~ ] 11, guests of Mrs. Annie Loudan I tient in the Charles Town [ utatorian. I ~ i":l ~ ~~ii ~!~ i~'~ and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding. I pital. 10 YEARS AGO 101mittee of Charles Town Council. 120 YEARS AGO 201 ~ ~ II~ ~i.i::. ~~ ~i~~ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler, of[ Mr. W. E. Mills is a parle 1 ~,~uw .e RI.~ l~i~,~ TAW-| : I ~ / l~i)~ ~::~ ~i l~]~ Martins)~urg and Mr. and Mrs. I King's Daughter's Hospital. Jefferson Coqnty expressed de-]stock Sales was spring lambs top[ Married: : Miss Betty J. Coff-[ ~"~ lib [u~i .... i~i ~i~ ,lack Lou(!an, of ttarper~ Ferry.[ -'*-- __ finite onnosition tn th~ erectionl.~.0nn r~lv~ t~n m~no Iman, aaugmer ot mr. ann mrs.I ~'.'.~[ll n~ l~ "~~l[.il i~illr .... .: ~ were ~un(aay guests o~ mr. anal of abi:(dam an"where~n Jeffer I'~-::'~'-~--'-~*" :~.~ ~-~'-7," . /Lynn Coffman, Ranson to S l/C/ **~i~ll~ ~..~ ~.' ~~ ~ :~::::.:::ii.~.~ Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs.[ dd|lL'K.'ll~1211 son County, at:a meeting withI ~larrlea: . ~l~ss t~euy Jean/Wallace Mills, Charles Town in/ :~ !~ ~: ..... 2~~ 1]l~ i~+!:~iii~ Annie Loudan. ] _ '-- - I Congressman ttarley O Staggers] Kretzer of Charles Town, daugh-|Brunswick' Md.; Miss Dorothy[ :-!~/ ~i ~ ~:i::: ~:~ ~?l~] ::!?::iii~!:::::i~!!~ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Loudan me-] " " N at the ~Count- Court H~mse ~ /ter of Mrs. Margaret Writt and|Hindman' daughter of Mr. and/ ~ ~ n ~:~+ll[[~l[l[] l~I~i~ ::;::!ii~ tored to Alexandria, Va., on Sun-[ ~7)~.,,~--~'~ ......... ~_~ ....... ~- ...__1 the late Charles W. Kretzer to[Mrs" M n. ttindman of Washing-[ ~4~ n 1 i~ l~ ~;i~ '~!:*+:+::i-~i~ day and visited Mr. and Mrs.[ "~_~(ddg/'~ .~ s.t- mr a town Hump wasI Mr. rtooert I, Thompson, son or/+., l-loi~hf tc~ Mr Philin H I .... ~ 1Blll 1 I ~ ~! ~:::'!::~!i!!~..:.i (2hn,-loc Vdohh anti eamil,rI ff3randn:YnJet3rb;rta E#et ha rton t.[ Mr: an9 Mrs. Marshall Th lm =vn/pe ks' .iY:;';on of Mr. and'Mrs./ ~; / 1 J!~ ~ : i:.:':: . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott me-[ ....... M -..,. [r, a m wn'm._ ee ys[ Jei,m ,;|Phil_ipPerks-Sr',.theRev'Denver[ [i 'n / tored to Vanclesville on Sunday[ ~l~UK~UN[ I [ .. m~. ~m=y. ease .a :,ua.e ot/ j. Davis omcmung; m~ss ~aary/ [ n Elm ~ ~ ~ I t and visited Mr. and Mrs. ,lee Set-/ -. - I uanviue, va. ~o mr. tieorge wm.,/Jane Murphy, daughter of Mr./ i ll ildlLl ~ I I T H ] Via, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh/and Mrs Raymond Murphy of/ n n /~ ~ / I. . ,. k [Via of Charles Town. Miss Bar-| HarPers i~e~-to Mr Eric Spiker[ ~ :/ ll /~ ~ ,n II IlL. n / I " I l I l [ .-tll~llllil qP t~qPRll~[l~ ~ [barn Jean Wilson of Hillsboro,|of ;Nashington, D. "C.; Miss V./ ~l / I/ II 1"11 Ili:~l lP IE~ III ll~ :PItIIN I. )/lllP1 L~,|Va.,toMr. Thomas Neville Sma[l[ Mason, daughter of Mrsk Rosa V.[ LI ll n' wl I/ II Ii-'ll./l l-I11 /dlLL-I , I wooa of ~arpers rerry, in rremI Mason of Middleway, to mr. Jose-I ~ / /~~ l/ I/ II .... C O L O N I A L | crick Md., Miss Dorothy Ott, dau-/ph Gruber, by the ReD. James B.[ ~ [ I/ II Having reduced my herd and limiting my tarmmg opera~ ~,,ffi~ ....,,~,~, | g hter of Mrs. wrg!e Ott, Charms ! Storey; Mrs. Nancy Pringle, dau-I ~ [ l ~ lI n I I/ I will sell the following articles at my farm located off the~ 1~ t)~.~ rl~wl~ / Town, to ~r. marvin Anuers, son ] ghter of Mr and Mrs B F Porterl H ......... r ..... ::, ........ of Mr and Mrs Ralel h Anders ,, 99 ,,9 OI I :UCllO Avenue, trurn ott tate Koute No at tAtgu .... / ~ . ,=. "g . ~, [of Summit "Point and ~ir~ Wood-] Acquisition of the famous Miss Sunbeam trademark by Schmidt Baking Company., ]! ................ " t;naries Town / azso of Charms Town. I row Henry Rutherford in Hagers-[ Martinsburg plant was made by Schmidt President Harold A. McMannis, shown above |mauon, ~=naries 'zown, ~. va.~ on: Shepherdstown / Harry Lewis Langdon, son of]town, Md. | center, flanked by Mariinsburg Plant Manager Bruce C. Raney and Sales Manager Don| WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1966 /Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Langoon o~m Died: - Elmo Samuel Kephart, I Kisner. / ~ 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 | Charles Town and Rmhard Bar-| 69 suddenly at his farm near] -- _ _ , day Crim, son of Mr. and Mrs. [Duffields; iVlrs Susie Glass Stri-I !1 eJLLIA r..I,, T._a_.-_.lo n. .... -,-& T. i.,,. CL..-,,.. / Sale 'Starting at 1:00 P. M. (D.S.T.) ' ' ' ' ]der, widow of the late I. H. Stri-I LIIIII~ DIFI /FSUlffildrR DIFUU Ill/U bUl~Cl JilU[J[Jl:lb [ Fordson Dextra Tractor (Diesel) ~l~lR ~ /der of near Leeto~ atrher ~pa:~ [ ,, , ,, | " ,~IIF'-- ~._---.,~q~ / ment in Winchest ; . A II A little girl bakery 'trade- I recognized as the most popular I children and Miss Sunbeam. , Ford Mower (with 3 sets of Blades). ~pl~ ~ ~ a~"~[l~ /W. Shewbridge, 71, at his homeI mark which has risen ,to fame as I bakery trademark in the nation, I A symbol of quality, the trade- Ford Hay Conditioner ~d~l~ ~ [] [] ~" I1 ,.'~k . [ on Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry. [ a national personality and is seen I known by millions of families. I mark can be used only by one Ford Baier "Model 250~ IT [] [] [] [] I dP / Capt William Hammond, World[ throughout the country in news- I In announcing the appearancel bakery in each market like Sch- ( ~" ~r [~ [] [] 1 ~ ~ /War II veteran, replaced F. 0.[ papers, television, and national~ of Miss Sunbeam on Blue Ribbon, I midt whose products have been Ford Pickup Rake. J[~ [] [] ~ ~ ~ /Trump as postmaster of Kearneys[ magazines, has been brought to] Bruce C. Raney, manager ofn especially tested to meet highest Ford Cultivator. ' ~[r l] ~ 1 ~l I~ [~"~ ~ [ ville. | shoppers ~n this area by Schmidt | Schmidt Baking Company's Mar- I standards. I ,, ~.^..~ .~ -..~, ~.,... me,,,s Air i ~k ~ h ~ ,~ ~ /40 YEARS AGO 40[ Baking Company of Martinsburg, I tinsburg plant, explained her pop l Mr. Raney said, "We are proud " " ........... . ............ ! -- -~ -.m i ~ / -- [ bakers of Blue Ribbon Bread, I ularity by saying that parentsl to bring the Miss Sunbeam tradeI Cobey CultipacKer. I Died In Chicago, G Wm The trademark is a radiant l identify their own healthy child-[ mark to our Blue Ribbon Bread' John Deere Hay Fluffer. g F -- [Boyer,'a'native of this countyi Ilittle blue-eyed blond with the[ren with the little girl of the[as part of our continuing servicet "--u- r~-r~ Disc Harrow '8 ft widO 1 ] / [ / at the home of her son in Ranson [ name of Miss Sunbeam. The fame] trademark. He said it is commonl to the people of this area. He! .......... ' " t "" Mrs Rose Emma Derflinger, 80. of this little girl, created in 19421 for Sunbeam bakers to receive[ announced that the bread would[ Metal Corn Crib (200 bbl. capaci y). t ~ ~ i~l~I i [ On the Grand Jury for the]by artist Ellen Segner, has con-[letters and pictures from mothers]now be known as Schmidt's BlueMayrath Elevator (32 ft long). ~k [~l~l ~~ ] /April term of Jefferson Circuit tinuously grown. Today she is/ pointing to the similarity of their[Ribbon Sunbeam Bread. I ~r....a.~ .....~.~'a~ C?~rtrubVee~eFrJed~'olBrU, r~o2:~:t ICasey, H G Heflebower, Jesse A,[80 YEARS AGO : 80]Melvin and Kate Hansel Eagle.l ~;J;nD::r:S:~C::nY?:nter with (2 sets of platt~) M] ~ ~ [I [I ~ ~'~ | terfield, Robert T. Banks, J. W. [ En~l~ and C E Hann I [ She wa a member nf the M~tho- David Bradley Heavy Duty Wagon with side boards. I ~ ~ ~r-da~ ~ ] Clevenger, Charl~SHemKiable,jC~a. 160~- YEARS AGO 601 The hardware firm of Beall[dist Church, Bakerton. Surv/ving Boom Sprayer with Attachments. rles o J)err, t;ar g, ~ .................... ~, ~ .... Brothers and Phillips was dissolvlare h~v husband William E t "~~~ I[t~l~ d~" /rles J D. err, uarl r]emmg, ~. r"l -- I ........... li ............. Ad.ustabL Furrow Cribs. ICE TO CREDITORS A ~s ed ~)y me wztnorawal ot u n ~ [ NOT | n extensive cavern was d" "l B~ll ]mils, Bakerton, two sons, Edgar David Bradley Suburban Riding Tractor with (3 _ - _ - --:-~- : ~ / m^ +~.^ ~,~.m+ ..... n no,,,~oL Icvered off W. L berty St., Char-[ Died- ~o-r rr~ill- Mrs Mar-IMflls, Bakerton, Clarence Mills, Point Hitch; Briggs & Stratton Engine). ~v -,~ ,~-~,-,~,,-o """ "~"~"~" va " er " " ""+'+" "~" "'" e " "1 I1~~'- ......... ~ 'mt~ / ............. % lies Town where exca tmns w e I-aret En-le 50 - if _f Charles lSh pherdstown, five grandchi - .. ........ lI~ W I= R g T 17 D~ IP~ / aries el me ~state oz .~_nne J~myu I ......... I g g , , w e o I n~..., r .... ;~,+^..0 ~r.,.,, at., n^ l~UllOozer ~umvamr. ~lt~ ,, ~..u ~. a,~. vd~l! I~'~ / D...I^r "~eceased /~)emg mane tor a livery staolel j En-le I ~'=", "~"" ~'~='~, ~"~. ,,...u= ~.~/~ ...... ~L~]_ _ [ x~yl,u , u ~. ...... ,___ _ I foundation [ . s I Jamison, ~.Dargan, Mrs. Mable Plow Muleher and 3 blade Rotary Mower; Metal and We( Art persons navmg cmxms a- . ~. -- ....... I ~ Koomz ~narnso-r- ~Vla ..... ' /-ainst the Estate of Anne Llo,,~ I j. r=u. t~urns oought me ~muli~i~.~.t~.,~~~ , ..... -. ~,~ - y' _ :'. " ..... Troughs; 2 Metal Feeders (8---4 hole); 1.Ton 1962 Wlllys-J s ....... asant, t~aiumore, ~1~~1~~ _ :' .I~.~~ | Ba,,lor deceased whether du l Brothers 282 acre farm near Myer/ ......................... ...... ~,.. 4.Wheel Drive, with oak cattle racks, bed and loading r-' " ' .'- ' stown for 20 er acre XVlU., uL~-u. ,-,vuayl~ ~xt,u~u, ,,a- or not are notffmdto exhibit $ P 10,000 miles, About 10 bbl of Corn Other articles not r~ / . ...... , _ I KIKPKTflX chester, Va., two brothers, Harry " JP'~~~':~ /same, with the vouchers thereol, I ~arrm(t: . m r~arr~sourg, ra.,/ ,.---. . ,. ,u, v., Sable Samnle~ Manor Md and toned. | leg~ly verified to the undersign- ]Thomas R. Moore, Charles Town,[ Miss Margaret Houser Lio~yd Eagle, +' Hagers{own," Md.TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. /ed, at her office in the t~mrens I to Miss Mabel Barrett Cowden of/~~~,,]lt~.~l~ Pallbearers were James Moler, AUCT NOTE" This e-ui'-ment is all like new and wortt '"lfl every field there Is one outstnndlngyaluo to whtch | Office Building, Charles Town, I that city; at Halltown, by the Rev.[ + " .... Charles Knott, Walter Hoffmas- ._ _" _ " _ ,. ~ ~" ell others arecompared. In memorials, that one is Rock [ West Virginia, on or before the I A. C. Hopkins, Raleigh H. Moore| Death of Mrs. Mills ter, Carl Hill, Lowell Hetzel ~nd me a~enuon ot ~etxer nuyers. _. of Ages, the only memorial guaranteed both to you | the 24th, day of October, 1966;] of Brunswick to Sarah Ellen Nieh] Funeral services were held in William Capriotti. Burial was in PAUL ILSO'I end to the cemetery where tt ts erected You get this / oxnerwise mey may, oy law ne ex-I ols daughter of Mr. and Mrs.[ the Methodist Church Sunday af- Samples Manor, Md., cemetery. OWN 1l exclusive Double Protection Gue~ntee'oaly with m~ [ eluded from all .benefit of sa}~l Le~vis Nichols of Halltown. [ ternoon at 2 o'clock for Mrs. Nil- Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp Auctioneers" MILLER & THARPE _.._.E , estate All benencmrms ot sam m^,~.l= ~h.~ h=.~ ~h|.~-=P. [ [ -[ lie Midge Mills, age 70, by her and children spent the Easter ~,~..~-. ~ ~w" ~,~,~. ....................... +--ooo,+e ...... 1 ............ . ................... M~r~|n~llrt |n|~ WIMIrkC !aSaldd d~Y~wOsekprmo~net ~idrC.~[Ss" rdut~earrt;~:t; 1M~d~ !~G~YVigilngs,~rla.e~v~e~r~a~! March 31 April 14 April ,m~nnummm,,~u~pMm~ ldlllll~ WW vm~ I es~, -. " -- _ [ Given under my hand this 25th aries of the Estate of S. C. Glass- o (e 109 WEST JOHN ST. MARTINSBURG, W. VA, [day of March, 1966 fore, oeceaseu. E A'll persons having claims a- TELEPHONE 267-6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owller I L.C. BRISCO gainst the Es~te of S C Glass I April 7,3.t. . " ,. tord, deceased, whether,due OF ON AT or not are notified to exhibit same, with the vouchers thereof, lega~lly verified to the undersign- ed, at her office in the Citizens Office Building, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the the 24th, day of October, 1966; otherwise ,they may, by law be ex- cluded from all benefit of said estate. ALl beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their inter- est. Given under my hand this 25th day of March, 1966 L. C. BRISCOE April 7-3-t. (At The Front Door Of The Court Heuse) IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SMI'I MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHAS. J. W. SMITH Funeral Director 304 West Washington St. Phone 725-5321 - Day - Night WE WILL OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- ERTY LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF JEFFERSON AVENUE AND FIRST AVENUE AT CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. LOT SIZE -- 50' x 150' DWELLING CONSISTS OF: Living Room with Fireplace -- Dining Room -- 2 Bed- rooms Bath -- Completely Modern Kitchen with Knotty Pine Cabinets, Electric Stove, Refrigerator, Dishwasher Full Basement -- (hi-Fired Steam Heat, Corrugated Metal Garage. TERM'S--CASH For Further Information, Terms, or In- spection of the Property CALL: PAUL E. MILLER, Jr. - BROKER PHONE - Charles Town - 725.2524 Shepherdstown - 876-3028 RALPH A. BUSH VIRGINIA M. BUSH OWNERS March 31, April 14, April 21 LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO D[LIVERIE$ OF KABLE OIL CO., INC, DISTRIBUTOR Want to make life more enjoyable? Get a specially equipped Chevy Custom Camper pickup. Add the camper body of your choice. You can use the truck for work with body detached, then mount your camper body and head for the great outdoors. Go where you want, stopwhen you like. You're free as the breeze! And you can go often because it doesn't cost much. A Chevy Custom Camper will add a most pleasurable new dimension to your life. Talk to ouP hovPolet ha/or' about type of tPuck. inl gnll 9 ROUTE 340 EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7045