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Charles Town, West Virginia
May 26, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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her *er at ,ho Ke , er Star0 C0?- llPAmmaHmA~,mAla,H liege and returned'home for the iMP/MIINI/%/IIWN S summor. Mr. l,awrenee Mahone !~lllm~llr~lllill0~/V 11 I1 (d' Ranson was a taller on Sunday Mrs. Julia Viands I,t' Mr. Rissler and daughters, t ............... ~ .................. , ............ Mrs Jot Milton, Mrs Floyd ~. ' ' |:wilton, Mrs. wnnnert Boyo anti ~lr Newton Renner of Berry-[ Mrs. Pahner Boyd spent Wednes- 911e,'Va was a caller Monday on/ day at Baileys Cross Roa@, Va.,i cousin, l~'r. George Jones. / with Mrs. Stanley Zombro andi ~Mrs. Agnes Nieonerson moved/ Mrs I ester Willingham i ~r trailer back to our town on[ Mrs. Garland Henry" had the l estiay from Royal, Va. She has ] W.S.C.S. meeting of the Oskland ] ', on the Marlow property. / Methodist Church on Wednesday~ , Mrs. Lucy tlough of Berrvville( evening. There were about fit-I ~ntl her daughter, Mrs N'0rma teen present, Mrs. ttenry served i ~dson and Ranson refreshments and home rondel daughters of ~re Saturday afternoon callers punch and coffee. I her sister, Mrs. Maude Small- Mr. and Mrs. MelvinFritts ~od."- spent last Sunday with their! '~e~nr' and Mrs. Garland Ilenry (laughter, Mrs. Doris Herndon and :~nt the weeknd with their son- Melody in Ardmore, Md. Sorry to and daughter Mr and Mrs. hear i)oris has to return to the ~0hn Hampton aml sons, Terry hospital to underg surgery on her ~d Chuckle, in Baltimore, Md. leg. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Frye of Miss Nancy Popkins and broth-: )vettsville, Va., were Wednesday er Garland of near Baltimore ternoon visitors with Mrs. Julia spent the weekend with their fa- iands. Misses Judy Shirley and ther, Mr. John Popkins. ~ter, Debbie, of Middleway, Mrs. eranntine Airs and son-in-law, [i Irvin tIodges of Kearneys- e, Miss Anna Whipp of Mill- e, were Saturday callers of Is. Viands. ~ieWe are to hear Mrs.: very sorry Wis Risslei" is a patient in the harlottesville, Va., Hospital. She ~tered there on Friday for tests observation. We certainly ~,Pe she will soon be back home. ~.r. and Mrs. Mayo Shiley of Bar-, ~ae were Sunday afternoon call-! [rs on Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby flcl grandson Bobby Ware. r. Lewis Rissler and daugh- s, Misses Pat, Jane and Susan re dinner guests on Sunday of former's niece and husband, , and Mrs. Tom Wolford in hletown. r~iss Susan Rissler has finished LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF BLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBU'I R Mr. and Mrs. ttall Thomson spent several days with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Parker and family in Manassas, Va. Mrs. Betty Hovermale and daughter, Tammie of Leetown, spent last Tuesday with Mrs. Bet- ty Poston and daughter in Mid- dleway. Sunday callers of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. James Viands and two children of Inwood, Private Glenn Viands of Fort Eustis, Va., Mr. and Mrs Lester Viands and son Jaekie oi' Romney, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands. Mrs. Lester Viands of Romney spent Saturday night with her sis- ter, Mrs. and Mr. Harrison Tomb- lin, at Bardane. Mr. Kenneth Plotner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner underwent surgery on Saturday morning in the Charles Town General Hospi- tal. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son, Mr. Marvin Smallwood and daugh- ters, Linda and Gaselia, were Thursday evening visitors with her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Fran-i cis Smallwood and family in Ran- son l~irs. William Woodward of Ba-' kerton and four children were Saturday evening callers on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ash- I by and grandson, Bobby. i Honored on Birthdays Mrs. Ruth Plotner gave her son and daughters, Kenneth, Mary and Margaret a party on May 15 in honor of their birthdays. Among those helping to celebrate the happy occasion were Mr. Alvie Plotner, their father, Mr. and Mrs. R~obert Dillow and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engle and son, Misses Rebecca and Ruby Plotner, Mr. Millard Everttts, Mr. Robert Simons, Nellie and Bennett Dia- nozio. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Every one wished them many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs Alvie Plotner cele- brated their 25th wedding anni- versary on May 22 with all their children present (congratula- tions). O JUST IN TIME ---FOR--- BULOVA Water-Proof - Shock-Proof - Anti.Magnetic ONE FULL YEAR GUARANTEE FOR ON'LY- $10.95 Also many new styles of the famous Aecutron - Latest in Spiedel Twist-O-Flex $2.95- Up ritish Sterling, personally engraved F-R-E-E of Charge hile You Wait -- And Flat Ware by Gorham, Reed and Barton - F-R-E-E, with the Purchase of Any KEEP-SAKE DIA MOND RING Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are YOur Authorized Keepsake Dealer. ' ~ ' , , ,, 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-7411 - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .... OUR STORE HOURS .... 9 TO 5 -- MONDAY Thru THURSDAY 9 TO 9 -- FRIDAY And SATURDAY " " - " A.VOCAW s mrr Fr Rso and Miss Darlene Turner at.corn- leader of West Virginia Univer-I Mrs. Nancy Thompson enter. Mr and Mrs Stanley Dunn, ra v ,)a o6a sit MoI o ain " ~1 " " " Illl'k! llbt*'~l}'~ll$ *t1~l/ ''~'~ ....... panied Privale Lester (;. Viands . y, .' "gant wn ('hose as her t' ed the ltatcherv Bridge Club Jr and son were sunner uestsl to Fort Eustis army camp near subject, "('ome Ahve.' She gave Wednesday mght at her home. Sunday evening of Mr and Mrs l ........ Norfolk, Va. They returned Sun- sere sub'ects wet (n ' " , '" am( oaugmer of Marllnsmlrg . . .n , j . to k ) , rt~, d- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Colhs and Colen Dunbar m Front, Royal, Va. I ' " - - --- day night, ing. personal appearance, home- Tricia, Mr. anti Mrs. ,less Brown The family gave a surnrise Rlld Tha"W'"-" "'"q"Idt'Ad0l:al* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton andI making skills, etiqquette ,outside ~ and children spent Saturday night birthday nar}y for Mr [awl~mci, t ~_A riP,,, ~ .... 11~ ~n~,,,.I,,~ ~m~ mmm~, son Fh)yd, the latter from Mill- interests cultural arts and spirt- at their cabin near Romney Mr Grey t-c ....:, ~_/.,/ o..:~:, x.~ ~t~ ~Jamug~n ~ummuezj' ville, went to Winchester Thurs-" ...... - e a ou,,,,,,,~ ,,,,~ ou,,u,,y tual, devetopmenl. All were well and Mrs. Collis and Tricia went on afternoon. Those attending were ~-- day to help to heir son-in-law and ex_piame(L I to Morgantown Sunday morning the honored guest and wife, Mr. ~ ~' daughter to move. They have In the afternoon Mrs. Augusta llo bring Diane Collis home from and Mrs Alton Grove and sons, moved to a beautiful new addition Ph!ll!ps sh(Jwed..Oriental,china, I school. Richard "and Larry of Leetown, , , , near Winchester. I wmcn was oeau~Hui r~aomtown I~4, ,,,n ~,~ ~,,u,,, ra, ,,h ..... 'Mr .,nn Mrs Paul ~--o ........ n I'~'],,,~q',~l~A~,l.'lfllll,d Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C ub gave a skfl Traffic Court.~ ,, . . . ... and ,:/trio.......... ' (h ........ ,,n~,,)son of Front Royal, Va., spent famdy of Martmsburg, ~v,r. and Joe Milton were Mrs. tlelenSlush- ?.?.......:.~.,, ..................... ISaturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs Lee Lupton and daughter, ~l~Bl~t| er anti two children of Ranson, ~t~rho:Z(~g~.ibi,s were very inter Dunbar. Sanclra, of Amml, Va., Mr. and r#lggl/gigYl Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of War- esiin~; a rnn~'l ,minvahlo dnv ~r Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Feagans Mrs. David Grove and son of ! T ff "1 -t ~ I J ~ ! Magaharentn' Va.,andMr.daughterand MrSofDonaldnear ail~Don,t-~' ............. for et the Aid~ ............ Society of'l and .... his father, Mr. C. H. Feagans, Charles Town, Mrs. May Light ~~ Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. John[ g , . I~ 1 Milton and sons, near town, and h " ' " It e Methodist Church will meet: .... I ....... IFriday night at the hme f Mrs" CLOSING ()'[JT SALE ,tlt"l'irlt'g " iC Mr" and Mrs' Ray Marcas and tw Warren Collis at 8 o'clok. I on tr act childrsn of Winchester, Va. Miss { Shirley Ann Mareas spent the The Lee(own Ito e Demonstra. weekend with her grandparents tion Club met Wednesday after- i (Certified Wiring) t nooni with Mrs "ore " ..... n Due to the death of my w fe, I will sell at public sale the . 1 l~{211IIOIl l " T Milton. [ , ......... ;+~, a~. ur T following household goods, located at 120 South Lawrence St. .... MODERNIZE YOUR--- Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow, Char,e.~ T ............. s. ,, .... and two daughters, Tonia and lBarron co-hostess with 18 mere- Charles Town, W. Va. on: Tanya spent Sunday with her bers and two visitors present. Home - Office. Farm mother, Mrs. Mary Frye, at Point of Rocks, Md. Mr. Alfred Rosen- baum of Beckley spent the past week with the Dillows. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess before the meeting which was opened with devotions by Mrs. F. P. Owens, Sr. The lesson "Artists and Their Works," was given by Mrs. Ily Bratina which was very interest- ing. She showed pictures to ex- plain the "Work of Araists." Mrs. Mary B. Furr The business meeting followed with reading of the minutes and ~~~~~ treasurer's report. Next Wednes- day the members are to work on Home Demonstration Club Meets their project of cleaning the Epis- There were five members of copal Church yard. the Leetowwn Home Demonstra- The trip to Franklin, W. Va., tion Club who attended the was announced for July 20. Spring meeting at Community i Mrs. F. P. Owens gave a report Center Tuesday: Mesdames Bar- on the all day meeting Wednesday ron, Tabler, Lennon, Owens andi at Community Center. Furl [ Next meeting will be June 15 at Quite an interesting and educa- the home of Mrs. James Ham- tional meeting. Mrs. Eleanor mend with Mrs. Hedy Everhartl SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1966 Sale Starting at 11 O'Clock, I). S. T. 3 piece Overstuffed living room suite; 3 piece Bedroom suite, like new; Westinghouse television, like new; Phileo electric stove with 4 units, New washing machine; Antenna; Large Frigidaire; 3 Linoleum rugs; Table and floor lights; Electric clock; Kitchen table and 4 chairs; Kitchen safe and cabinet; Kitchen utensils, Pots, Pans; Eureka electric vacuum cleaner; New; Cot; Mattress; 4 Chairs; High ehair; Xmas tree and 1o~ of other Xmas stuff; Large electric window fan; 6 Blinds and curtains; 6 Puzzles; 5 Auto fires; 3 Trash cans; Lot of records. These articles are like new and worthy of good buyers. TERMS---CASH: On Day Of Sale. Nothing To Be Removed Until Settled For. WILLIAM T. DII2A)W PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer C. W. MOORE, Clerk May 19-2t- GET OUR FREE ESTLMATE Westinghouse Products COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: RANGES- WASHERS- RADIOS REFRIGERATOI S- TELEVISIONS APPLIANCE CENTFR Dial 725-5516 North George Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. 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