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Scott et a] to Pleasant Scott, lot t John L. Wilt, lot on Rt. 9 adj- [ the county; near Charles Town, ' ..... SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE on West Washington Street in, pining the Pentecostal Church, lMiss Mary E. Ramey to Eben P. [ [ [ THURSDAY APRIL 93, 1964 B---5 Charles Town. :east of the Shefiand0ah River;]Trussoll both of the county. ] ,, . ] ..... ~,,,.,;+,.+ ..... ,+ ....... , ....... . ................ i I Merle E. Alger and Rebecca Alfred M. Kerfoot to Edward E.] Died: . At the home of her ]sing with Mr. and Mrs. LeeI Alexiindrl& V~a,. ~[~nt the ~a By Mrs. June Bohrer A. Alger to Gladys Virginia Pain- Allen, farm of 156 acres near]daughter, Mrs, C. W. Taylor, in ter two h)ts in Ranson. [ Engle .station on the main line ] ChaHes Town, Mrs. Jane A. Rohr, " i [ Barnes h0d daughter susan. [ end at their htm~# in Middle~, .... W S C S of th Mid.ewe Miss Cleyme Baker spent over- Mrs Holmes White " [ Thomas Lee Dillow executor to of the B & 0 Railroad. ] widow of David ROhr aged 74 1 Methodist Church will meeton I n!ght with her epusias, Mrg. An- [ reed by her parents, Mr. had Mrs. YEARS . AGO the public to view improvements Mannie Dillow, house and lot i Died: - Willoughby Manning I years; three .m.ileswest of Charles The . .~.. e y .... ..... ~ .... . ~" I). Peters, principal of made at Cliffside Motel. i on east side Shenandoah River. Lemen, Jr., a native of Shepherd- Town, ~pnmam Taylor, aged 8~ Wednesday eveninl, Anril 29, at ] ~ie H0rner ahdMiss Bessie Bar- [ Charles M. Kearns and Miss Lau- the church starting, a(8 o'clock]hour at Darkesville. ira Locke were callers on Thurs- 'oint School, was elected Prosecuting Attorney John C. Elizabeth A. Lehman and Her-, stows and for 20 years an emp. years; near. Halttown, George W. davlivht sl~vin~ time [ Mr. Frances Pifer has returned] day evening with Mrs. Hunter : laf the Jefferson County Skinner was attacked by a fox, vey H. Lehman to Silas F. Starry, : loyee of the B & O. Railroad Cl~pp, in his 60th. year. [ lvir.~ Vgiltiam~'Nichols was taken ~ to Middleway and has employ- [ Mc~nald in Martinsburg. real estate on High Street in Company; Lester L. Bush, son of]. rot!he[:t ~new was elected Pres-I Association. suffering a few minor bits and ......... ' Mr and Mrs Grover L Bush,j loent o~ tne armers anu ~er-~ by ambulance on Suhday morn-]merit at B!uemont, V a. , ] Mrs. Hilda Creamer of Moii. anil Mrs C H Thomp- scratches. ~..~e,,erosmwn, Known as .(Villi , ," . I ~t Congress" Street, ann-I Died: - Mrs. Mary Reinhart,---,.rPrDola...~t'" ..... B-~" n"'~ ..... s Hospital,in the UniversitYaged 25- Ofyears;Maryland / chantS--Mrs. [L. Wflhams," Deposit. de:cC'eased.t succeed S. I Hospital.ing to the Charles ToWn General ] 3nclS[l '.rnec~uWlZara~)wdI ~e~npPon~a'rmmay. wom-~ at z l andrvia'family,Md" visitedMr, andhe~Irs.daughterAllen the engagement of their Knott, wife of Marvin l~nott, , ~ .u hover u~, a.u u,a,t z .- ,, .... , Ra V~.Ana ~_n , ~,: __~ ~,_: ,,.__._~ ,~__.31 pc , yt g t bawng Time all Ring on SUnday .'_r, Betty (o Mr. Roy Lan-. aged 71, at her home near Duf- ush t- A,'~'' - Newt^- B- -" J~mma J~ene uavts, a native oi i ....... " "+"-" I mr. anu mrs. set'man ne~u, ,, h [ "" -~ " +" ' "- ~" " [ B ," u rum. o. u~., , " " I were dinner guests on Sunday o~ I ~ale.,l~me ~..,.~rs, ~uwln tlrown, l - Miss Patsy AtheY arid Master Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. i fields; Mrs. Harry Belle Daniels I house and lot on W. Congress Luray,Va., but for the part 35 [ r~l~rl.. ~n Harner~ ~rrv ,~am- l e r nt a -- ................. the letter'S daughter and familY, l'~'.~,z ".~ "~"'~" ,. ...... ]uoaney rang a~ among those mcaster, Sr, S Lawrence Storm, aged 82, wife of Harrie Street y a s a resme of R nson; i~ew~s ......... I M. and s, y " n ~r.n. ..... ~ )..a ~. ......... , l ue~ unewormge, age(~ t~e years;~ r Mr Bobb Crum and mrs james uuble wmten over wno are victims of the three-day E. W. Storm, at Frederick Mem- All 1 i ........................ v .... - " ~,n, i, ~,m I the weekend with her mother, I measles. ce A. Ha e to el n G. Bush in" a fiqi"- stati"n -" ut 9 near Harpers Ferry, Daniel Moler ............... M had Mrs John N New- orial Hospital. and Imogene S Bush, lot on Jef- . ~ ".' "'~ _T ..'." "~" aged 82 years I ,~, - ~.~ ~,M ~., e~,..a~,, [ ~s. J. B. Wtilte, at ihe hoi~e o[I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keats ~ended" an invitation to [ Real Estate Transfers: Charity " zor some ume, m me r~mgs uau- ferson Ave., adjacent to George ~ . ......... l The Harpers Ferry Mounted ,, :,"~...sup~-,~L 'J.~'~..'~'o~'~,',~:[[Mr. and M~, Fred Haihmond in I of Falls ChUrch, Va, spent tl~e Hale lots. gmers riOSpltm, ~arunsDurg. [Rifles, Capt. George F. Green, [ wa"s'mg.asun:es~l?utf.""~e'~u[fdn. I Charles Town. Mrs White hasn*tlweekend at their home in Mid. ------- ~a w~A-'~-~. Am" [ commanding gave their first [ .~ . " " bebii feeling ~ell. dleway mg Fund Committee wishes to[ Mr and M-o " ...., ~..,~_ ..~l " i F 0 R Y 0 U R ,0 YEARS. AGO _. ~, ~:.~ - s,, _. [public parade in Harpers Ferry.]thn all the ....... t.~^,__+. ,_, ............. ,tat, u. ............ a k woo ue, peu to I ............. .... , , The biggest real estate deal men: - At her home near ~nar- l 90 YEARS - AGO I make this possible. [ I I I[]iil I I'~ll[~ [i ....... l[lifl]ll [I II [I il /i ~i ili~NI i::'1 was the sale of the Washington mondale Springs, Mrs. Ellen[ "--'--- , I Miss Judy Shirley spent Fri,I ..a ..Law .immAm w, aaatm, MIX CONCRETE NEEDS residence, long the home of the Johnson, widow of B: .B.. John-I Three inches of snow fell in]day night with Miss Sandral II|IM~I~Ii| |A||||"~lIL ,l!illl late Miss Christine Washington ston~ aged 76y.ear.s; at nis .some]the county on April 29th. [Ring. I umvm'usmtirnmvunp'ml=m, nuluivss~ nual~i,t on S. George Street by the Bris- in JaCKson, lvl~cnlgan ~aivm rL ~ Married: - At the bride s home t HOT WATER NOW ADDED coe Real Estate Agency for J.S~oema~er, a mrmer resident of I near Middleway, by the Rev. Mr. I Mr. Carroll Johnson was a pall- I Say It Is Time To Dress Up For ~g And ~mer. ~._ CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR Edgar Wilt of Rippon. The pur- tm, s county. ,, t Long, Winfield S. Shaull to Miss~ bea~r on. Monday evening for [ Get Yo~ SUITS Made By HOMELAND TAILORS. the funeral of mr. to ert royies[ viSIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. chaser was Frank H. Drish of The Shenandoah was the l Mary C Lewis, both of this cou- in Martinsburg ! ~,~,~ o ~nu vv~u~ ~ o~l~ ~ ~U~,L~ Washington formerly of Charles nam~ of a hotel just completed]nty. " Mr and Mrs Meadie Goche [ SPD1T~ COATS, RAIN COATS THORN LUMBER COMPANY Town. in Martinsburg at a cost of $45,-] Colin C. Porter, President of nour'and son, Timmy, were Sunni Pri esRun Men's its. $29.50 to Ranson Plant- Call 899- Charles Town Real Estate Transfers: Amelia 000. ]the First National Bank of Jef- Martinsburg Plant AM 7 . 8955 Reed and Jerry Blue to Rodner ------ [ferson died at his home in the day visitors of the tatter's par-I ST Atwood Paige house and lot at 60 YEARS . AGO l county, aged 61 Years. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Me-/ o~, ~ u~ x~t,~ . the intersection of N. Lawrence Married: - At Bakerton, this/ After a long illness, Walter Kee and family. ] APARTMENT NO. 5, 2nd. FLOOR Street and the B & O Railroad county, Miss Beulah W. TrunnelltLeland Herrington died in Shep. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley were~ George & Florence Thompson in Charles Town; Richard J. Mad- to Preston Miller Moler, both of herdstown, aged 33 years,supper guests on Wednesday eve-' ..................................... II il I iflll!l]l fill II I Ili[I ison to Emma E. Womack, house '... .............. aCCount of bad health, I will sell without reserve the household effects. Located across from the State on North Mildred Street and 11th Avenue on: SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1964 Starting At. 12 O'clock Sharp overstuffed Living Room Suite of furniture; 23-inch and Stand; Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Studio Small What-Not; Chrome Breakfast Set and 4 Chairs; Small Tables; large Radio; Floor and Table Lights; Closet; Crosley Refrigerator, A.1 Shape; Utility Cabinet; Closet; China and Glass Ware; Table Mats; Pillows; Kitchen Cablnet; Maytag Washing Machine; 4 Perfection Oil Burner; Warm Morning ~heating Stove; Pans; 3 old Chairs; old Dresses ;Hall Pieces; Magazine 2 iron Beds; Linoleum Rugs; Singer Machine; Wash Stand; Chest of Drawers; 3 Yard Lots of other articles not mentioned. CASH On Day Of Sale. Mrs. Emma Anderson THARPE, Auctioneer Clerk April 16-2t- the following on the Gap View Farm, located 4 of Charles Town, W .Va. on: , 25, 1964 BEGINNING 10:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Pc. bedroom suite, 3 pc. bedroom suite, Maytag washer, Washer, Dinette set with 6 chairs, Platform rocker. 2 Drop leaf table, Sofa and chair, Studio cabinet, Metal cabinet, Cedar wardrobe, 5 Coffee table, Stands, End tables, Table lamps, Library table, Old dobule barrel shot gun, Chaise hawing, Rugs, 2 Metal chairs, Toaster, Pressure Table cloth. Iron skillets Dishes. Glass jars, power mower, 2 electric ~ H. P. motors, artciles too numerous to mention. CASH. Nothing Reinoved Until Settled For. MILLER, Auctioneer Clerk Allen and Sadie ,Carpenter Not Accidents On Premises. Responsible For LUNCHEON RIGHTS RESERVED. April 16-2t- When the time comes in your family... There is one man you should see and rely upon, the man in your communi- ty allowed to sell the most respected aame in monument , the world over,.. JOHN ST. il MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner and lot fronting 83 feet, on the east side of Upper Street in Mid- dleway; Nellie Mary Odes to To: THOMAS HOWARD BALL, FAN- NY JANIS BALL, CONNEALLIE BALL BROOKS THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ABBY BALL, DE- CEASED, THE UNKNOWN HEI- RS OF ASHBY BALL, DECEAS- ED, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THOMAS HOWARD BALL, DE- CEASED, AND THE UNKNOWN IIEIRS OF FANNY JANIS BALL DECEASED. You will take notice that C. Ellsworth Grimes, the purchaser of the following real estate, That portion of lot No. 11, as shown on said plat, beginning at a stake (11) as shown on said plat, in the line of lot No. 15, thence with lot No. 15 S 18-00 W 66 feet to a stake (12) a corner to lots 16 and 10, thence with lot No. 10 N 72-00 W 165 feet to a stake (13) a corner to lot 6, thence with lot No 6 N 18-00 E 66 feet to a stake (14) a corner to Elizabeth Ball, thence with Elizabeth Ball S 72-00 E 165 feet to the place of beginning con- ~taining in all .25 acres, located in the village of Mt. Pleasant, Kable- town District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was return- ed delinquent in the name of Ashby Ball, and was sold by the Sheriff of Jefferson County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 10th day of Decem- I~62; ~ti~ r~i~sted that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of June, 1964, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, May thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to May 31st. $7.90 Amount paid for survey and report $5.00 Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice $16.25 Total $29.15 You may redeem at any time before May thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 13th day of March, 1964. Emily A. M. Stanley Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, State of West Virginia April 9-3-t. YOU WANT TO VACATION .,. Savings can help you get there! START SAVING NOW Tot" a care-free, bil Jree vaca. Lion. We will help savings grow by adding generous profits.., keep them safe until needed. 4% CURRENT RATE PER YEAR First Federal Savings & Loan Association 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. m 1 " I IIll I i I III I IIg {t "1 HALF.HOUR FREE SHOPPINGSPREEFORYOUR ENTIREFAMILYPBSIOB4 MERCURYSTA IYN-WAGON! ~AII th~ groceries you and your family can carry to the checkout counter in 30 miiqutes areours free! Plus a 1964 Mercury Station Wagon to carry every. thing home! ' 10-1964 MERCURY STATION WAGONS PLUS A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF-'l ffO [ UiPMENT AND These Mercurys are loaded with op. tibdifl s-power steering, p~W~t brakes, automatt~ transmission. And--tO top them off-you get auto supplies and ~ei'~ce worth $500! lO QUARTER-i U . FREE FAMILY SHOPPiN{ SPREES! You and your entird family swi~ep what y~OU ~ht off the sh~elves ~f your favor. tte ~ery store~ Ybu have 15 exciting minutes to take what you want.,, all ab~e|y free! 100 CEl tnUT ! ($31,500101AL) Redeemable Where you obtained yotsr Entry Blanl~. 10 $1,000 Ce ficat s 20 1;500 Certi~at~s 30 ~250 Certificates 40 ~100 ~n~ificat~s .................. I ] ~" [Iql |1 iI/I " - ~ II | I I ' I I" gl I I I ]1 [ WEST VIRGINIA FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF GROGElUES PLUS FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF AUIO-EIIUIPMENT AND SERVICES FREE YEAR'S SUPPLY OF PEPSi-COLA AND PATIO DIET COLA! Groceries worth $1,500... auto SUpplies Worth $500... 52 cases each of Pepsi-Cola and Patio Diet Cola! You'll be set for a year! FREE SliOPPiN Ia IiEES! VALUABLE lllFi" TiFICATES! So many additional prizes, it's hard not to win! In the area served by the Pepsi+Cola Bottling Company of Newville. there'll be 17 food store Shopping Sprees . , , 876 Gift Certificates i'ed~e~ab~e i~or vaiuable merchandise . . a~id 1000 full cases vf Pepsi-Cola and Patio Diet Cola! WIN Here's all that you do to enter: pick up a free Entry Blank wherever Pepsi-Cola and Patio Diet Cola are s0td. Print your name and address, and the name and address of the store, on the back of the Entry Blank or on a reasonable facsimile. Drop your EnttT into the SHOPPING SPREE container in the store or mail tO Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Newville, P. O. Box 864. Mar- tinsburg, W. Va. (The 1964 Pepsi.Col~ Bottlers* $1,e$0,000 Shopping SPree is op6n to residents O~ arbas where it is made availabre by local Pepsi.Cola Bott|e[s. Offer void wherever i~rOhtbitecl by ;aw. Offer ClOSes May 31, 1~1~) I lint flllHll ................. " l Ill .lll. I I ......... ~+ ] iillii~ I I fl ....... O+,,.m. mu, v+,m~ J 8OT)'LEO UNDER APPOINTMENTFROM pEPSI.C~OLA BOTTLING COMPANY, N Y.. BY e 1307 Winchester Ave., Extended, Mortinsburg Phone AM 7-831 ! I / ~ II I I !:!!:!i !iTii i;i~i 7, i7 7 i ! +iii 7