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--From The Files of The--- 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 MARRIED: In the Methodist Church by the pastor Rev. Sam- Church at Elizabethtown by the ael Butcher at 9:45 Sunday Roy. J.R. McAfee, Miss Esther ;chool at 10:45. Locke of Summit Point to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Blue and William• Hugh Robinson of Front i daughters were supper guests Sat Royal, Va. rday evening with Mr. and Mrs. A high tension electric line was Warren Col]is. OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE under construction from the plant Miss Geraldine Fritts of Wash- By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer of the Northern Virginia Power 'ngton, D. C. was a weekend guest Co. near Millville to Purcel]ville, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ken Va. neth Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wilson AGO -- 1951 of her daughter Anne Yantis to: 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 md daughter Karen of Pleasant Merchants Commit- Cpl. Cecil C. Crouch, son of Mr. MARRIED: At Alva, Wyoming, Iall, Pa. were weekend guests of : Charles Town Ranson and Mrs. Roy W. Crouch of Sad- Everett Campbell Engle, son of hrs. Wilsons parents Mr. and 6f Commerce decided alia, Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Char B~F. Engle, formerly of this coun Its. I. E. Moreland. amber retail merchants S Town-Ranson would les Perry Goode, Washington ty to Miss Edith Mac Perigo of~60 From Rummage Sale ! stores on Wednesday Court announces the engagement Monticello, Indiana; in Charles The Aid Society cleared around Town by the Rev. R. S. Coupland ;60 on their rummage sale Sat- during the months of of their daughter Ann Prudence James K. Acor of Pittsburgh, to wday. They have quite a lot of nice summer dresses left to sell and August. I to Mr. Frank Shugart, son of Mrs, Grace A. Roeder of Harpers Fer cheap. Anybody can see them by . Regester Brown of Frank Shugart and the late Mr. ry. ;eeing some of the church mem- )wn died near Charles Shugart, Laurel Lodge, Harpers John W. Ware died at his home mrs ires and friends of the .~ been notified of the Ferry. on the Middleway pike. Ellison.Demory Wedding The Buckles farm of 135 acre~ rs. Vivian D. Kuntz in Game Warden George Dunaway in Harpers Ferry District wasThe marriage of Miss Anna , D. C.; Golden Henry reported to this office that C. G. of his daughter, Mrs. Dunlap who lives at the Child- sold to W'lliam O. Macoughtry ot Lee Ellison to Sfc. Francis L. De- in Duffields; Charles ren's Haven near the Bloomery Middleway. nory took place Saturday, April 3, 1961 at the Jolivue Methodist of St. Clairsville, caught a Rainbow Trout at the 80 YEARS AC~- 1881 3hurch, Jolivue, Va. The cere- Serena Dandridge Pen mouth of Evitt's Run, measuring of Hugh Pendleton 23 inches in length and weighing DIED: At his home near Lee mony was performed by the Rev. in Shepherdstown; four and a half pounds. . town, Nicholas Shaull; In New Ha ;amuel Brown. Crawford Fiddler, yen, Conn. Geo Clasby, formerly Miss Eilison is the daughter of S. Fiddler at her 20 YEAR'S'A'G'O---1941 of Harpers Ferry; in Shepherds- ~Irs. H. L. Garber, Jolivue, Va., Sandy Ridge Road I DIED: At the home of his son, town, George Barrett. and Mr. Leonard Ellison, Pax, W. Va. Sfe. Demory is the son of Mr. ; C. Edward Justice Garland Moore, S. Wash- 90 YEARS AGO- 1871 and Mrs. Lester Demory Kear- formerly of Jef ington St., R. Milton Moore, life died at the home long resident of the county. Dr. James G. Wiltshire a native ~eysville. of this county settled in Funks- The bride is employed by Way- Charles E. Jackson in Officers were appointd to, Md. to practice medicine. ~esboro Nurseries Inc. The bride • duct the Charles Town Municipal The tub men in Ashton and groom is stationed at Stauntono D: Miss l~udell Shiley, ' election as follows; Miss Lou Gal Wheeler s paper mill in Shepherd :˘Iilitary Academy where he is an Mrs. Attic Shiley and aher, first ward; Miss Clara Leslie stown struck for an increase in nstructor in Military Tactics. r, James E. Shiley of 2nd Ward; Miss Elizabeth Phil- wages from $1.25 to $1.50 per day. The couple are residing at 205 Va. and Calvin Van- lips, 3rd ward, Thomas W. Wilson DIED: Adam Moler and David )4. Madison St., Staunto~ Va. son of Mr. and Mrs. 4th ward, Hosmer Beller, Clerk. Pearl died in the county;An Shep Betsy Wysong entertained with birthday party recently, guests ! of Gaylord, Va. were A freak night frost visited the herdstown, George M. Bast and ncluding Ludmil]a Bratina, Jane the Rest Methodist county, covering water troughs George Fayman. Clearbrook, Va. with ice. The same night a wind and Pat Rissler, Gall Fitzpatrick, John S. Alfriend storm singled out a tall sugar nut Sally Ann Watson, Janet Payne St., Charles tree on the Wysong lawn west of and Kitty Blue. Roy. and Mrs. Charles Williams town and tore it down, throwing it across the B. & O. tracks. The By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr telegraph wires on the railroad were smashed and signal appara- Women Meet May 17 tus at the N. & W. crossing were The Leetown Farm Women's put out of commision. Club will meet Wednesday after- Miss Eunice Magaha left Char- noon, May 17 at the home of Mrs. les Town for Fresno, Calif. to M. K. Bowers in Charles Town. make her home with her sisters Mrs. Bowers will be the hostess. living there. ~ Regular preaching services Sun ~day morning at the Methodist ginia Woods, Strauss; Theme From Picnic, Allen and Dining. Emma Ruth Bradley.Glow Worm, Linche; Duet by Diane Collis and Emma Ruth Bradley. The Leetown Toppers 4-H Club had over $209 in order for the Stanley Products when they had the engagement Gertrude Boll- Lt. John Cabell Breck States Marine of Mrs. Dorothy Thorn of "Flagstop" and the late Lt. C. Breckinridge, S. Pa~cne of the marriage ,l the Executor of the Estate of Ray X. Merchant, we will sell Merchandise, Grocerys, Household Goods, Race Horse and Tack Supplies, loca~d Fifth Avenue, Ranson, W. Va., on have returned from a visit last week to Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C. where they visi- ted their son Conard Williams a student there. Spring Recital May 18 The music pupils of Mrs. Gene Starliper will present their a'n- nual spring recital on Thursday evening, May 18 at 7:30 DST at the Leetown Methodist Church. The public is invited to attend. The following program will be Lightly Row, Thompson; Tur. in the Straw, Am. Folk Tune; Two Banjos, Thompson. Betty Barus- Stepping Stones, Thompson; Swans on the Lake, Thompson; Campus Capers, Sch- ann. their meeting Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Owens Sr. and Patricia visited last week with Mrs. Edward Blossom in Hoffman, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Winkler and family and Mrs. Fred Lewis of Pikeside were callers Sunday at the Winklers. Fifty members and friends of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club observed their first anniversary at their regular monthly meeting. The meeting was held May 1 in St. Johns Hall at Rippon and the meal was served by St. John's Auxiliary. This is the same place and group that helped to get the club off to a good start one year ago. In addition to this, several persons were introduced that helped to organize the club. They were Julian Glasscock, William Glasscock, Harvey Kerchival and Trip. Hardesty of the Clarke County Club. President Robert Goodell pres- ented to Paul Chapman the past presidents prior and compliment ed him on the good and efficient administration he provided the club in its first year. John Laycock presented to the group the school winners in the essay contest on the subject, 'How Can Ruritan Help My School." The winners were: Car- olyn Cloud, Kabletown School James Larue, Rippon School, Ann Childs, Summit Point School and Billy Henshaw, Middleway School. It was also announced that Billy Henshaw had been declared the writer of the best essay among the different winners and he was asked to read his essay to the group. The essay contained many good and hopeful suggestions. J. Philip Creamer was installed as a new member. Today was designated as the day for members to turn out to plow and prepare the land for the Ruritan Corn Field. The group voted to cooperate with the county clean up committ ee by selling brooms. Leon Booey, Jr. William Walk er, James B. Smith, Jr. and Bill Griffith of the Marlowe and Tus- corora Clubs. Buddy Noll Lieut- enant Governor for the area and Cindy Hannas.Fairy Court, Tho mpson; "Air" from Motzart; Short tin Bread, Art by Schann. Tricia Collis-Romance, Ruben- stein; Holiday for Strings, Rose; S M~my Bottles, Sara, Boxes and Cans of Absorbin, Victor Gill Remedy, SloaxCs Savor's Lina~nent, Combauit's C~ustic Balum, Dr. Kln~'s Linament, Counter Irritant, Spolm's Compound, M~sso's Off-O-Sol, M, A. C. Counter V. P. C. Creoline, Tytengo Leg Tightner, M~ck's Blue Leg Lotion, Tin Bar Epsom Salts, Equine Toner, I~wtk Leg Tightner, Tweeds Llna~nt, Mc- Hair Paxp_a~le, Glycerin, Chevina~ Blgeloil, Kwik Leg Paint, Sot Bo, Equine Fitzsimmons Leg Paint, Wlleozson's Perfection Linament, Eye Gone, SulfoiL Solution, Harvey's Embrocation, Menthotatum, Asthmedor, Phillips Cora~na Healkwik Liquid, Healkkwik Paste, Cloate's Counter Irritant, Caster OIL Absorbent Sweat, Tuttier's Elmer, Harlem Oil, Chloroform IAnmnent, Jelly, Rubbing Alcohol, Vick's Salve, Antiqhlo~eStlne, Hess Bros. Mineral Cod Liver Oil, Lambert's Irish Redueine, KL, x Wheat Germ Oil, Vets Oil, Mineral Oil, Ortho Stock Spray, Colurabin Anteseptic Powder, Moleskin, C0nley's Freeze-Packs, Seal Tex Bandages, Elastoplast Bandages, ,Ace lY~nda~. Preso Slamtic, Dr. Lewis Heat Packs, Arcaxo Run Down Patches, Jolmmm & Adhesive Tape, Numotizlne, Fropert's Saddle Soap, Pine Tar, Pr~tt'a Pine Molllmentum & Valentine's Hoof Dressing. 6 Cases Wlleoxson's Perfection Linament; Case Whitelod Isopropye Rubbing 4 Gallons of Vinegar; 3 Paekages Fly Killer Kitchen Bouquet; 6 Botth~ ~LImament; 2 Dozen 5-Lb. Epsom Salts; Cue of Peroxide; 8 Gallon Chevinal Bridles, H~tlters, Cribbing Straps, Shaddow Rolls, Stirrup Leathers, Gog- Scrapers, D Bit, Rain Rubbers, Girths, Syringles, Tie Charms, T~ Girth Covers COtTon RoIls Bandage Cloth, Pony Bridle, Halter, Sa~kllo a~ld P~in P~nts a~ad Jackets, Towels, Irish Linen Saddle Cloths, Sponges, Omrry Hoof Picks, Open End Sa&ety Pins, Sn~ps and Screw Eyes, Rope Hay Oak Split Basket, Wool Coolers, Gerard Cold Paelm, Victor Itaclng Pis~es, Soap, Charger Brushes, Sponges, Glycerine Saddle Sozp and Numerous Items Usually Found ,in a Race Horse Tack Shop. R. C. Allen Cash Registers, Kenmore Coal Stove, Refrigerator, Filing Cabinet and Display ,Kellogg's Linseed Oil, Whitel.ock Turpentine and uany Gallons of EmpLre State m varmus colors. AT 12:00 NOON THE FOLLOWING WILL BE .... i 1955 PONTIAC 4, D STATION WA N. .1958 WASHUA HOUSE TRAILER (About • Very Clean, Excellent Condition.) 8' X '% Table; Small Desk, 2 Double Beds, Springs and; 4 Single With Springs and Mattresses; 3 Wardrobes, some metal~ Oak Buffett, 2 Chairs, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; 2 Chest of Drawers with Nite Stax~d, Davenport and 4 Chairs; 2 Dressers, 2 FAectrio Farm, 1 Por- Window Fa~; 3-Burner Apartment Size Gas Stove, Gas Hegter, Oil Heater, Gas Stove, All Steel Door and Window Canopy; Old Stove, TOilet Tlf~ue, Tire, 7x10, 16-in.; Roof Paint, 5 50-Gallon Oil Drums, Hoover Vacuum Electric Heater, Trunks, 3 Bath Tubs; Briar Scythe, Shovels, 3 Brass Pipes. Kinds of Canned Foods, Candy, Groceries, Household Supplies, Cigars, mad Tobacco Usually Found in a General Store; Also Sun ~, Wrist Watches, Cigarette Lighters, and Numerous Sundry Items. ~I~RMS:--CASH ON DAY OF SALE. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. W. MOORE, Clerk.' EXECUTOR. 4, 11 and 18-3t. Vatse Triste, Lanciann. Nancy Burnett-Sliding on a Rainbow, Walsh; Crystal Ball- room, Chopin; Hawaiian Love Song, Truax. Debbie Sisk. From 6th Symph- ony Op 74, Tchaikousky; Caribiri- bin, Pestalozza. Marilyn Swartz-Minuet in G., Bethoven; "The Bat" Waltz, Strau SS. Carol Hammond-"I Know a Man" Words and Music by Mrs. Gene Starliper. Gall Slusher- Prelude in C, Bach; Fuer Elife, Bethoven. Sung by Kitty Blue-Dona Nobis Pacem, Unknown; Tarentel]a, Arr by Thompson. Lois Ann Brewer-You, Cuban Folk Song; Last Date, Cram*er. Carla Col]is. Cradle Song, Bhr ams; Rondo, Mozart; "He", Mullah and Richards. Diane Col]is. On Christ the Sol id Rock, Island, Bradbury; Wal- tz, by Bhrams; Nola, Arndt. Doris Sisk- On Wings of Song Mendelssohn; Sotmds Form Vir- II II I Ill I II I I I I II Many of our customers say this bank takes an especial interest in their ac- counts, regardless of size. They tell us they like to have us sit down with them and discuss their problems construc- tively and in detail. Nearly all banks offer the same ser- vices. The big difference is in the way these services are rendered. To us, as to you, your business is big business and we always treat it accordingly. We cordially invite you to open your account today at the friendly . . . For Friendly Help with All Your Banking Needs, you can depend on MEMBER FDIC--MEMB ER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PHONE 10 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Bill Wells, a member of the Nat- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie John ional Board of Directors were ston and daughters. introduced. State Senator Clarence E. Mar- Mrs. Kenneth Boyd of Ranson tin spoke on the action of the was a caller on Friday afternoon State Legislature for 1961. with Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and daugh- ter Sherrl of Loudoun Heights, I Va. spent the day Wednesday with her mother Mrs. Albert By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Viands Jr. at the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Harris0n Tumblin Mrs. Nelson Bush was a caller of Bardane were Sunday callers with her mother Mrs. Willingham with their sister Mrs. Travis and daughter in Kearneysville. Viands and sons in town. Mrs. George Morgan of Gerrard Mrs. Albert Viands and daugh- stown and Mrs. George Jones ters Mary and Nancy of the spent Monday afternoon with Bloomery spent the morning Sun Mrs. Julia Viands. day with her daughters Mrs. Don Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son aid Hovermale and family on Jef Mr. Marvin Smallwood and his ferson Ave. twin daughters Zella and Linda Mrs. Helen Shirley of the Gen, were Sunday evening visitors eral Telephone Co. was a dinner with the formers grandson Mr. guest on Tuesday with Mrs. Eve. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and lyn Hardy Of Millville who also family in Ranson. works at the telephone Co. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale Kabletown were Friday evening and children of Jefferson Avenue callers with their son-in-law arid were Friday night .callers With the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. At the Farm located 4 miles West of Tysons Corner, Va., on Route 7. Follow Signs to Sale. d FRIDAY, MAY 19th, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (E.D.T.) 65 HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE 65 29 Milking Cows 8 Springers 6 Bred Heifers 8 Yearling Heifers 13 Heifer Calves 1 Bull Calf Albert Viands and family at the Bloomery. Saturday visitors with Mr. arm Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. John Wagaman and' Mr. Lester Man- nors of Hagerstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and child ren Davie and Donna of Jefferson Avenue. Mr. Roland Whipp spent the weekend. Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daugh- ter Sherri Lynn of Loud0un Hei- ghts, Va. spent the day Friday with her sister Mrs, Betty Hover- male and children. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent Saturday, evening with friends in Br swick, Md, Mr. Sylvester Frye 0f Beth sda, Md. spent the weekend witli his parnts Mr, and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Walter SmaI1wbod of Palls Church, Va. were callers with the' formers mother Mrs. Maude Smallwood. They also call 114 North Charles St. Charles Tow W. Va. Tcested for T. B. and Bangs. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 220 Gallon Milk Tank, 3 McCormick Milking Unit~; 80 Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater. FARM MACHINERY 350 Tractor Utility (3 bottom plow, front.end Loader: Scraper) H Tractor; Mower; Post Hole Digger; Cultiv~tor; Cut-Off Saw; New Holland Blower; 2 New Idea Sl~readers (120 Bu.) with Ensilage Bodys; Two Bottom 14-in. McCormick Plow; Cut-Away Disc; Power Sprayer with Booms; Brillion Seeder; New Holland 77 i~ler; Side Delivery Rake; Mc- Cormick 2 Row Corn Planter; Spring Tooth Harrow; New Idea Corn Picker; GeM Chopper c/9; 2 Wagons; 2 Trailers. Many Articles too numerous to mention, LUNCH WILL BE SERVED. TERMS :--CASH. DR, CLIFFORD A. WEBB OWNER. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: STAN HAWORTH AUCTION WARRENTON, VIRGINIA t May 11 -2k CO. ed on their daughter Mrs. Speed bout R. F. D. and rural free deliv Barger in town and their son Mr. cry in Charles Town. The maga- ~.ine was sent to Mr. Shuga~ by FranciSRansom Smallwood and family in Mr. R. D. Davenport who lived in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks Charles Town during his boyhood ~nd Mrs. Catherine Holler of days. Under the caption: Do you runswick, Md., Mr. anti Mrs. Sub Know, the article reads: That R. lett.e Cha~mbIin of Ranson were F.D." (rural free°tlelivery))mail Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. service was started in a town on and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sy the Norfolk and Western Rail- Ivester. Mrs. Edgar Frye of town road? It all began back in Octo- was also caller in the afternoon, ber, 1896 when the first rural set ,o . , vice was inaugurated experimen- Carried tally in Charles Town,:~V. Va. The service also was tried out from On Rural Free Delivery Through the courtesy of Leland Shug~rt, aft Aprit copy of the Norfolk and Western Railroad magazine was brought to our of- rice today, containing an item a- the nearby post office at Hall- town and Uvilla, W. Va. at the same time. One of the original rural marl carriers, Melvin T. Stri der, is still living in Charles Town U.S. scientssts find Soviet . OF FURNITURE AND CHINA! The Following Will Be Sold at the Snyder Home on Main Street in Shepherdstown, W. Va., on SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A, M. (D.S.T.} -= HOUESHOLD GOODS, ETC. 5 Victorian'Chars, Dressing TaJ~. Walnut V~ Bure_~u, W~nut Wluti-Not. ~s Clair, Wal~ut~ MmrMe,T~p Wash Stand, Hall Rack, Veneer Table, Music Cabinet, Coxmer Wall Wh~-NoL End Table. Venee~ Chest of Dr~wev~ Simol Bed. Small Writing Desk, 3 IN~tform Rocke~ Victorian Sofa, Vie- torian Wardrobe, Walnut Hall l~_ck, High ChaAr, Metal Bed, Si~rings and Mattrt~; Hook Case, /nterior Window Shutters, Drum Table, I~n Bed, Pictures. Ftamss. Mahogany 8ofa (new springs anti upho~ry) ; U. 8. Phonograph with Horn and (12 Cylinder Records); Pine Flour Table, P.~nt.Fire Stove. Walo nut and Gold L~tf ~ornlees: Mirrors, Set d Shelve~ Shoe BOx, Fi~e Grate, Double B~r~t~ ~er Sh@t Gun, Laee Table Cloths, Dlnner Sets, Line,m, Ek~[rle Clock, Rs~llo, Vietro~ Tt, unks. Old Dresses, Old Laces, Odds and Ends of Material, Andirons, 3 Ray-O Lamps, Iron Pots, Jugs, Hangll~ Lamps, Hurricane Lamp, Dresser Mirrors, Glass Lamps. Brass Candle Sticks, Mah Jong Sets, Pl~tes, Pitohers, Cut ~ Bristol Vase. Majolic~ Pitchers, Cuspidor, Dresden Vase, B/sque V~se, Cel- htrettc, Old ToYs, Delft Ink Welt. Miscel~mcous Silver. Havi- la~d COff~ Set. Moulds, Havil~nd PlateS, Cups a~d Saucers; Fruit Plate~, Ironstone Pi~tes and Pi~ttegs. amd Miseellaneotm China ~nd Other Items fax too numeroms ta menlion. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--Mrs. Ros~ Hanl~y lmving sold her home will sell all articles remaining in her Antique Shop at this sale. TKRMS":--CAS/L PAUL ~ILLER, Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. W. B. SNYDER May 4 - 2t. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1961 5.--B