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cb0m Om 10 YEARS AGO 10 Hehle, Milton, Alger, Ramey victors in local contests; 5,357 Go To Polls. Gordon Eismon nam- ed president Charles Town Lions Club. Itetzel, Payne new mem- bers of County Board of Educat. ion. Charles Town High to grad- uate 87 seniors, largest class in hi#tory. Alger, Ramey renamed Justice of Peace, Claartes Town District. Simpson Arson case be- ing heard in Circuit Court. CHS Seniors honored at Presbyterian family night supper. William F. Cowherd elected president Cham- ber of Commerce. Raceway plans L. Rouzee, age 60 years in Balti. more hospital. 40 YEARS AGO 40 C. A. Kibler who had been operating a grocery store at Duff ields, sold the stock to Gilbert Hendricks, principal of the Sum- mit Point school. Daniel W. Sny- der, former deputy treasurer of to start work on new plant here Clarke County, died at the age of in ten days. Hoak wins constable 90 years. race in Harpers Ferry. Fourth District VFW meets in Charles Town; elects officers. Mrs. Norma Jones elected president of V. F. W, Auxiliary. George Beckwith has high chemistry rating at WV U; awarded medal. Charles Town Lions plan for big auction sale for benefit Jefferson County Memorial Park on May, 30th. Gleaner's Class of Methodist Chu- rch entertained at home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis White, East Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snyder, Sr., observed 45th wedding anniversary. Died: Lloyd 60 YEARS AGO 60 Died:. At Rippon, Mrs. Adeline Osbourn Painter, age 89 years. Married in Shephedstown by the Rev. Charles Ghiselen, D. P. Con- rad and Miss Ellen Marstellar, both of Charles Town. Charles Town people contributed $476 to earthquake victims in San Fran- cisco. 80 YEARS AGO 80 Married: - In Charles Town by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, James W. Hough to Miss Annie Elizabeth As Executor of the late Benjamin F. Benner's Estate, we will sell at public sale the following Household Effects. located about 6 miles North of Charles Town. W. Vs, turn at Com- munity Center. Just off State Route No. 9 on: SATt DAY, MAY 14, 1966 Sale Starting At 10 O'Clock, D.S.T. 3 Wooden double bed& complete; Single bed; Cot; 3 Ward. robes; Dressers; Wash stands; Vanity; Chest of drawers; back and Rocking chairs; Over-stuffed chairs; Love seat; Large sofa; 2 Trunks; 9 x 12 Axminster rug; 6 x 12 Rug; Linoleum rugs; Scatter rugs; Clothes rack; Towel rack; Stands; Bed lie. ens; Pillows and Bolsters; Piano stool; Blanket chest; Blankets; Quilts; Window curtains; Mirrors; Clothes hamper-rack; Book rack and Books; Oak extension tables and 6 Chairs! Sideboard; China and Glass ware; Card table; Mantel clock; Magazine rack; Commode; Ironing board; Electric window fan; Electric heater;, Electric lights; Eleetrolux vacuum cleaner; R.C.A. floor Tele- vision; Largen General Eleotric refrigerator. A-1 Shape; Frigid- aire electric stove, 4 uaits, A-1 Shape; A. B. C. washing machine; L H. C. deep freeze, A-1 Shape; R. C. A. radio; Electric iron; Electric skillet; Electric toaster; Power lawn mower; Hand mower; Kitchen table and 4 Chairs; Kitchen safe; Kitchen utensils. Pots and Pans; Glass Jars; Oil heater; Porch glider and chairs; Swing; Suite case; Several small tables; Lawn settee;; 18-fL Ladder; Several short ladders; Tubs; Tree trim. mers; Shovels; Scoops; Rammers; Some tools; Hand sprayer; 1956 Chevrolet 4-door Be!airs, A.1 Shape; Platform scales; Barn truck; Some lumber; Wooden posts; Some new snow fence; Window shutters; Jig saw; Garden plow; Screen doors; 2 Iron wheels; Some new spouting; Mowing scythe; Water pump; Breast seed sower; Oil drums; Old water keg; Drill press; Shop stove; Some tools; vise, Emery wheel, Corn sheller; Kitchen cabinet; Kitchen stool; Stone Jars; Shoe last; Steel traps; Lots of artlcle~ not mentioned. TERMS--CASH: On Day of Sale. Bank of Charles Town Hoff, both of Charles Town. Died at his home in Charles Town, John Burner, age 35 years, also in Charles Town, Mrs. Mary E. Woody, widow of Samuel H. Woody, in her 74th year. n, MEASURE OF PROTECTION As ~tna Life & Casualty agents we offer homeown- ers total protection. Total protection is measured three ways: (1) initial coverage planning to cus- tomize a plan to your needs; (2) policy review to keep your coverages up- to-date; (3) claim service that gives you fast, fair settlements, To move up to total protection call: He S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Insurance, and Real Estate tN~ I EXECUTOR MILLER And THARPE. Auctioneers MOORE - MOORE, Clerks May 5-12 RANSON, W. VA. m MANY YOUNG WOMEN HAVE FOUND COSMETOLOGY AND HAIRSTYLING AS A CAREER PROVIDES BOTH Who says you can't have a career and MARRIAGE? The professional Cosmetologist-Halrstylist, smart young female that she is, always finds plenty of young men who are on the look- out for a girl who has something "on the ball" professionally. Many girls begin practicing professionally before they marry, take time out to raise a family, and then resume their career after the children begin school. You can readily imagine how the family income grows when there are two top dollar pro. dueers in the family. To find out about this exciting career, write: CLASS BEGINS JUNE 14th YES, I am interested in learning more about hair- styling and cosmetology. Please send me the free catalogue. Name . ,... , J .. ,, ~ a . u B .. . e. s i i * ... e ! o Address ..................................... We VA. C(KLEGE Of: BEAUTY CULTURE 329 SouCh Queen Street Martinsburg, W. Va. - Phone AM 7-6231 BEAUTY SCHOOLS Fri..Sat. May 13-14 "A Comedy That's So Far Out, It's Definitely In." '%ord Love A Duck" Roddy MeDowell - Tuesday Weld SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "Bombs And The Jungle Girl" Adm. - An Empty 6 Pack Of Coca Cola Bottles or25c Sun Mon.-Tues. May 15-16-17 ' host In The Invisible Bikini" IN COLOR With The Beach Party Gang Wed.-Thurs. May 18-19 Academy Award Winner "SHIP OF FOOLS" With Lee Marvin I I HARPERS FERRY, W. VAs PHONE 535-2212 Thurs.-Fri. May 12-13 The New Height In Fright 'WHE SKULL" IN COLOR -- ALSO "BI And 'Black Lace" IN COLOR Guaranteed . The 8 Greatest Shocks Ever Filmed! F-R-E-E - Luminous "Skull" Charm To Each Auto Driver SATURDAY ONLY MAY 14 GIANT TRIPLE FEATURE I ALL IN TECHNICOLOR 'Zebra In The Kitchen' Audte Murphy In 'q'he Quick Gun" John Wayne In "JET PILOT" Sun, Men. May 15-16 See How The We t Was Fun! 'I e Hallelujah Trail" In Color with Burr Lancaster PLUS CARTOONS TUESDAY ONLY MAY 17 FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! Robert Mitchum 99 "Man in the Middle PLUS CARTOONS Mrs. Julia Viands Mrs. Evelyn Wiles had her lit- tle son in the Winchester Hospi- tal on Monday for X-rays. He is getting along fine now. Mrs. John Armstrong had the misfortune last week to break his leg while loading logs. lie is now in a cast from his knee down. His mother, Mrs. Agnes Nickerson. of Front Royal, was a caller over the weekend. On Sick List Mr. Levi and his little daughter were on the sick list last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush called Wednesday on her sister, Mrs. Tommie Myers and family near Kearneysville. Mother's Day Dinner Mrs. Harrison Tumblin, of Bar. dane, had a Mother's Day dinner on Sunday for her mother, Mrs. Ada Jackson, of Marlowe. Among those helping to enjoy the meal were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and sons, Jackie and Glenn, and Miss Sandy Jackson, of Romney, Miss Susie Jackson, of Marloke, and Mr. Harrison Tumblin Private Glenn Viands came down from Romney on Wednes- day and spent the remainder of the week with his grandmother Viands. He leaves Friday for Fort Eustis, Vs. Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton)of War- renton, Va., ~rvlr. and Mrs. Ray Marcas and children, of Winches- ter, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mil- ton and son, of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha and daugh- ter, of Middleway, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Milton and children, of near town, Mr. and Mrs. Ran- dolph Painter, of near Kearneys- ville were Sunday evening callers on her sister, Mrs. Milton. My sympamy goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes in the death of his father, Mr. James Grimes, which occurred Sunday in the Newton Baker Hospital where he had been a patient for such a long time. Hospital Patient Mr. John Armstrong is a pa- tient in the General Hospital in Charles Town. He is having trouble with his leg that was bro- ken. An operation was performed upon it. Miss Nancy and Garland Pop- kins, of Baltimore, Md., spent the weekend with their father, Mr. John Popkins. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and two children spent Sunday after- noon with his parents, Mr. and M~. Harry Wiles n~r Loudoun Heights, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and sons in Bal- timore, Md. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the late Daisy Tharpe. Mrs. Tharpe lived in our community when she was young, and was a schoolmate of mine. Miss Pat Rissler, of Washing- ton, D. C.. and Miss Susan Rissler of the State College of Keyser, spent the weekend with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daughter, Jane. So glad to hear Mrs. Rissler has returned home from the Winchester Hospi. tal on Tuesday where she under, went surgery. She is getting along very well but will be off work for some time. Sunday callers on Mrs. Julia Viands and grandson, Glenn, were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family, of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son, Jackie, and Miss Sandy Jackson, of Romney and Mr. and Mrs. A1. bert Viands of the Bloomery, and Mr. Eddie Webster, of Charles Town. Judy Shirley spent Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and daughters, Donna and Tammy, were Wednesday evening callers of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and their grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ashby, of Falls Church, Vs., spent the I LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO DELIVERIES OF KABLE OIL COs, INC. DISTRIBUTOR day with their brother and slgter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby and grandson, Bobby, on Sunday. Mrs. Dawson, of Brunswick, Md., spent Wednesday with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong and son, Johnnie. Mrs. Julia Viands received word on Saturday that her cousin, Mrs. Mabel Dutrow, is seriously ill in the ttagerstown Hospital. Mrs. Dutrow is well known around as she always visited me during tile summer. Mrs. Mary B. Furr The Leetown Home Demonstra- tion Club will meet Wednesday afternoon, May at the home of Mrs. Tom Lennon in Charles Town with Mrs. W. L. Barren, co- hostess at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. B. It. Riddleberger and Miss Louise Faherty, of Charles Town, were dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cole, of Bal- timore, Md., were visitors one day recently with Mrs. Corine Stev- ens. Mr. Roy Furr, of IIagerstown, Md., was a caller Friday afternoon on his mother, Mrs. Malt Bruce FFurr. Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. Clifford Starliper, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starliper and children are having dinner out Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Bullock, of Charles Town, visited Mr. and Mrs. "Pete" Bllock and family on Saturday. Sunday night, May 15, at 8 FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725.7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 OPPO RTUNITY ! Good men needed with experience in plumbing, heating or air conditioning, pipefitting and mechanical equip- ment. Welding experience helpful but not necessary. Good company, pleasant working conditions, some travel, good pay, fringe benefits. Write Box B-231, e/o The Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate for interview. April 14-tf- On the farm located near Rapidan, Virginia. Just off of Route 15, fourteen miles south of Culpeper, and six miles north of Orange. Turn off of Route 15 at Loeust Dale and follow signs. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1966 11:00 A. M. 135--HOL ;TEINS--135 115 MILK COWS -- 20 BRED HEIFERS 15 REGISTERED -" 120 GRADE Accredited - Certified Tested within 30 days and ready for interstate shipment. D. H. I. A. records on cows selling up to over 700F and a number are now milking over 70 lbs. All cows are bred to A. B. S. sires including many to Zimmerman Alstar Pilot and Harden Farms Duke Mark. Many are recently fresh with about 20 head due shortly after the sale. A large number bred for summer and fall freshening. The heifers are bred for fall production to an Angus bull and are large well grown heifers raised from the top cows in the herd. DAIRY EQUIPMENT: 600 gal. MaJonnier tank with Brunner compressor, 6 Surge units, Surge SP-22 vacuum pump and motor, glass pipeline complete for six stall parlor, Surge elect- robraln automatic washer and tank, and numerous small dairy supplies. Dairy Equipment Sell Promptly at 11:00 Cows follow. Auctioneer's note: In a sale of this size you'll find something to suit your needs. TERMS: CASH. Sale Under Cover. Catalogs Available. T & L ENTERPRISES, INC. Theodore Bollt, President A. DOTY REMSBURG, Auetlow er & Sale Manager Jefferson, Maryland Phone: 301473.8214 May 12.1t- As Executor of the late Walter D. Chapman's Estate, I will sell at Public Sale the following articles, located at his late residence, about ~ mile South of Rippon, W. Vs. on: SATUEDAY, MAY 21, 1966 Sale Starting At 10.00 O'Clock, D.S.T. (ALONG STATE ROAD NO. 340) 9 piece Mahogany dining room suite, A-1 shape; 3 piece Bed- room suite, mahongany,veneered; 5 Beds, complete, some iron- wood, 1 brass; 3 piece Parlor suite; Dressers; Wash stands; Bed stands; Chest of drawers; 5--10 x 12 Rugs, some like new; Linoleum rugs; Trunk; Card tables; Straight back and Rocking chairs; Bed clothing, Blankets and Sheets, Pillows, Feather tick; 2 Ironing boards; Window blinds and screens; Clothes hamper; Electric floor and table lights; Electric sweeper; Electric sewing machine; Frigidaire electric stove with 4 holes; Kelvinator refrigerator freezer and refrigerator, complete, A-1 shape; LOts of electrical stuff; 2 Hall tables; Mirrors; Oak writing desk with secret drawer; Coffee table; What-Not shel- ves; Mantel clock; Porch swinel, settee and chairs; Wardrobe; Clothes rack and Hall rack Kitchen table and 4 chairs; Kitchen safe; Kitchen cabinet; Kitchen uteuslls, pots and pans; Flour chest; Kitchen scales; Some lard; Mops and brooms; Glass Jars and tubs; Chicken crates; Chicken brooder; Sprayer; Wheel- barrow; Step ladder; Single corn planter; Garden plow; Jack stove; Large cast trod stove; Lots of JUnk; 01d pull-down light; Leather school satchel, old; Windshield for Model T car; Books; China and glass ware; Waffle iron; 01d lanterns; Stone Jars; 01d churn; Dimmey John; Side saddle; Horse rake; 01d hay baler; Pile of old lumber; Old manure spreader; Tractor cultl. eater; LOts of other articles not mentioned. TERMS: CASH 0!! Day of Sale. Nothing To Be Removed Until Settled For. Lunch Rights Reserved. PAUL D. CHAPMAN EXECUTOR H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer MOORE & MOORE, Clerks 12.2t. 1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR mR'S ADVOCATE.[ I o'clock Rev. Augustus Barnes Radford College. Quite an ~::~'h~ ~from India will be guest speaker from 1600 students ~Winchest at the Leetown Methodist Church for the Jefferson Charge. He will soon be returning to his native land. Miss Chert Johnson of Front Royal, Va., was elected student representative for the Sophomore Class of the Student Council at Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr tained with a dinner on Day." Guests included Mrs. Bruce Furr, Mr. and H. Riddleberger, Miss Linda wall, Miss Susan Parker, Judy Furr. FARM MACHINERY -SMALL G'RA'IN -- SHEEP To settle the Estate of the late Robert Lee Withers, following will be sold at the farm, "Green Hill," locatel ll/ miles North of Berryville, Va., on Route 340. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1966 - 10 A. M. 47 GOOD EWES - WITH 57 LAMBS AND 4 EWES TO LAMB 3 PURE BRED HAMPSHIRE BUCKS Farmall 400 tractor; Farmall 200 tractor; Farmall Super tractor; John Deere 40 tractor; Farmall front end scraper blade, tractor plow, 3 pt. hitch.; 2--2 bottom plows; John Deere mower, 3 pt. hook-up; Farmall side John Deere 13 disc drill; Darf hay rake; John Deers hay ditioner; New Holland hay liner baler (269 P. T. O,); field chopper; blower; 4 disc harrows; pulverizers; 7 tooth harrows; John Deers corn picker; New Idea manure spreader, P. T. O.; New Idea manure spreader rubber; New Idea manure spreader on steel; 5 rubber wagons (3 equipped with unloaders); tractor corn tractor seed sower; weed sprayer; lime spreader; tractor saw; Mayrath hay and grain elevator; 50 ft. blower pipe; corn sheller; hammer mill; seed cleaner and motor; auger; platform scales; Danus post hole digger; wire fence; lot locust posts; new iron posts; wire gates; horse binder; tractor binder; Huber thrashing 2 garden tractors; chain saw; 40 ft. extension (New); other ladders; metal watering troughs; feed racks; (sacks & blocks); Marlay cow dust; calf feeder buckets; bottles; dehorning chute; snow plow; sheep troughs; hog ors; forks; shovels; hoes; digging rions; maddox; axes; guns; gas motors; electric drills; Skil-saw; vises; anvil; pipe; baler twine; buggy harness;large assortment shop lack; mail box; emery with motor; and other items found on a well kept farm. Dairy cattle and were sold earlier. 1948 Dodge 1 Ton truck with racks. 1960 Chev. Pick.up truck with racks. FEED And GRAIN: Approximately 50 Tons of baled hay. Approximately 30 Tons orchard grass straw; Apl 100 Barrels corn; Approximately 1,200 Bushels wheat; A imately 20 Bushels orchard grass seed, eleaned; Some straw; Approximately 75 Tons of ensilage. TERMS: CASH. MAE B. WITHERS EXECUTRIX Of ROBERT LE~ WITHERS ESTATE CHAS. R. DUVALL, Auctioneer . 662-8tk 8 Lunch served by Clarke County Band Boosters Club. Not responsible for accidents on premises. May BLUE CROSS- BLUE SHIELD Extends the Benefits of IF YOU ARE 65 OR OVER and are entitled to Medicare, a special Cross.Blue Shield program, "ExtendaCare" Is available to you. Care provides additional benefits not covered by Medicare. It's coverage that fills in the "gaps" and extends the Hospital and aical Benefits of Medicare. For example, Medicare provides the first days of hospital care hut does not cover the first $40 of the hospital ExtendaCare pays this $40 for you and provides additional ben~ covered by Medicare up to 120 days. Medicare does not cover minor stirsId~ physical therapy, emersency care. ExtendaCare offers you these and protections and benefits are available to you anywhere in the free Blue Cross-Blue Shield ExtendaCare costs so little and is worth so you owe it to yourself to look into the matter further. COMPLETE INFORMATION on Blue Cross-Blue Shield yours for the asking. No oblil~atlon, no salesman wll~ cell, just fill attached coupon f~r ExtondaCare information. (If you are already a Cross-Blue Shield subscriber, this informtion was sent te you SPECIAL COUPON for persona who do NOT presently have Blue Cross-Blue Shield protection, but who are entitled to Medicare. I TO: West Virginia Hospital Service. Inc. Peoples Federal Bldg. West Vlrainia Medical Service. Inc. 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