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Charles Town, West Virginia
May 26, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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52, widow of Motto (Mike) Cott a former resident of Millville in ~~ Kent County tIospital, Chester- town, Md.; James William Kirby, ~ll 75, a native of Charles Town; in Washington County Hospital, Hag erstown, Md.; Daniel Webster Myers, 87, retired quarry fore- man at the Bakerton Standard Lime & Stone plant, at the home of his son in Dargan, Md.; Joseph 10 YEARS AGO i Derailment of 10 freight cars Edward Wilt of Millville, at his ------- I near Bardane blocked the main home there. Forrest A. Brown, prtma~ent,I line of the B & O for several attorney of 'Charles Tow~, was ] hours. 20 Y.__..~ AGO honored for his long outstanding] Mr3. James M.Mason, III was Real Estate Sales: a tract of vnrk with the Eniscoual Youth l appomtea to serve as a memoer about 4 acres, formerly a part of ,,.., .............. rt "" , ...... 1Rrn|h~rhnn,! in a 'This Is Your[ of the Advisory Council of the Hunters Hill to A. J. Boyle by ....................... " " ast-- - "e "--s- Life" Presentation staged con. [ ern Area u t rV. s. W.F. Wurzburg, a tract of 44 junction with the Father anld Son ] Married: Miss Shirley Lee acres with six room house, near banauet. ] Mills, daughter of Mr. andthe Mountain Mission, to Frank , r,.,tu ted from I Charles S. Mills of Hagerstown, and Lilly Whittington, by Nath- Ct ari "Tow'n ' Iig'h'"Sehoal; 25] to Mr. Warren Lee Shirley of aniel Gray of Halltown. were graduated from Pagel iack-IHagerstwn. Died: . Samuel Booten Judd, Jefferson County farmer, in Cha- son. Died: . Margaret Estella eotta, rles Town General Hospital; Mrs. ..... Margaret Avis Stonesifer, at the home of her daughter; Mrs. Wal- ter Traumpower in Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Thelma Young, wife ~~ of James T. Young, formerly in business in Kearney~iile and Shepherdstown, in a hospital in -~WA~ W|~|~G Philadelphia; Mr. J. ayle Eackles, PRE~RIPTION well:known undertaker of Bolivar it SERV|CE aged/56 years; Mrs. Elizabeth A. Cri~ivell, at the home of her son tint, ~905 IPo~pI,s has filt,d 85 Stewart, in Washington. million Proscriptions . . . and noW, Pequ~les would like 40 YEARS AGO The Jefferson Orchard Co., II I THE MRVIH To STRIDER CO. COLONIAL ...... FUNERAL HOME Having sold my farm I will sell the following loeated 2 miles north of Shepherdstown, W. Va. on Shepherd Grade Road. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1966 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. Frigidaire Electric Stove (with double oven); International Harvester Refrigerator with freezing eompartment; Speed Queen Washing Machine, e/eetrle Ironer; 5 pc. Breakfast Set; Dining Room Table with six matching chairs; 3 pc. Bed Room Suite; Swivel Chair; Poster Bed, Vanity and Wardrobe; Tele- phone Bench; Tea Server; Cabinets; 2 Tables (metal tops); Wash Bowl and Pitcher; 2 Oil Lamps; Large Mirror; Stands; Electric Heater; French Fryer; Dutch Kettle; Coffee Pot; Dishes; Pots; Pans and numerous other Household Articles. FARM EQUIPMENT 1950 Ferguson 30 Traetor (perfect condition) with the follow- ing attachments, two 12" Plows, Corn Cultivator, 6' Mower and Disc Harrow, all with 3 Point Hook, Tractor Pulley, Tractor Scoop, Field Sprayee, Mitmeapolis,~.T~lafle (like m~w); Dump Rake; Trailer; Mowing Scythe; 24' Extension Ladders; lot of 6" and 8" Pipe with Elbows; 3 sets Hames; Electric Motors; Log Chain; 3 Step Ladders; Lawn Mower; Metal Floor Jacks; Grass Seed; Case of Grease; 40 Bales Oats Straw; 25 Bales Barley Straw; Metal; Junk and numerous other articles, Mont. gomery Ward Garden Tractor with Disc; 2 ~ts Cultivators and Laying.Off Plow. ORDER OF SALE--Household Furniture will be sold first, then *~he farm machinery. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible for Accidents. ROBERT L. BILLMYER Auctioneer: EDWARD "Ned" MORROW Clerk: GEORGE GAIN May 26-1t- Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 Illllll I H I \ ON AUTO If haven't had may re- cent accidents or trafl ytola* less for your auto in- Kuranee than drivers who have accidents. To get the t mt in eoverageat the lowes possible rate, call us. We offer dependable, professional service in all lines of insur- ance-- home, auto, b eine health/and life. PHONE 725-2211 II ! t The hera is on.. tnd now is the time you need tm electric conclidoner. 6# wave mid keep cool dutlag the remainder of those hot days ahead. Now for a limited time the electric appliance dealers tht $hout the Potomac Itdleon System will provide a special low cost in- smllatiou wkh the purchue of any 240 volt electric air conditioner. See youz electric jpplis ce dealer today. Polome Mum _ Yap, that's a hearing aid --- and it can help millions of per- sons. Its the SONET, the smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so light and tiny that it's worn entirely in the ear -- there's nothing outside the ear. You just slip the SONET in your ear and ingenious focused hearing db rects sounds to the eardrum.* SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 near Leetown i sued bond to the' and family, Mr. and Mr, . Bu ch amount of $75,000. Painter. Married: In Hagerstown by the1 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. George Bennett, Miss" Mil-IC. H. l~odgers and family were dred Stolle and Mr. Itoward Me-Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and Atee, both of Charles 'lown; at three children of Brunswick, Md., the Middleway Rectory of Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers of Parish by the Rev. tIunter David-l Bolivar. son, Miss Elizabeth Williams and] Mrs. George Cooper and chil. Stanley Hinton, both of the cou- dren of Mannings were Sunday nty. t evening guess of Mrs. Larry ------- I Buzzard and daughter. 60 YEARS AGO [ Mr and Mrs Lester Bagent and Died: - At Fairview, his home I children of Ranson were Sunday in Warren County, Va., the Rev.]dinner guests of the letter's sis- Thomas Benton Shepherd, former [ter aand family, Mr. and Mrs. pastor of the Charles Town Bap-]Walter Cogle. list Church; in Charles Town,] Mr. and Mrs. Baer of Sandy Mrs. Susie Morison, wife of Tay-]Hook, Md., were visitors of Mr. lor Morison. ] and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Cards were issued for the mar-] Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daugh- riage of John Augustine Thomson/ ter, Sandra, Mrs. Frances Rodg- formerly of Summit Point, tel ers and daughter Norma, grand- Miss Lelia C. Timberlake, daugh-daughter Brenda Chapman were ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Timberlake of Warren Co., Va. !Earl Rodgers and family in Robert Hooe of Charles Town Brunswick, Md. was married to Miss Bessie Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and of Sharpsburg, Md. daughter, Robin, were guests of .------ the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 80 YEARS AGO Harry StaUbs and family in En- Died: - In Martinsburg, Issaac gle. , Houseworth; near Brown s Cross- Mrs. Shirley Chapman, rs. ing, Sarah Davenport, daughter of Frances Rodgers, Mrs. Hazel JoSeph G Thompson * Staubs and Brenda Chapman A severe hailstorm came over were business visitors in Martins- Charles Town destroying gardens burg on Thursday. and grain crops. Mrs. Cline of Brunswick, Md., Edward Lucas of near Duffields waws a guest of Mr. and Mrs. was appointed to a position with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. Livestock dealers were paying $3.00 a head for lambs in this county and Clarke Co., Va/ Frank Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and family were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and family in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughters were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Mannings on Thursday evening. Guests of Mr. ana Mrs. John nin at Mr. Mig ion. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett and family and Mr. and Mrs. ,lames Croson anti family in Charles Town Steamb ver Lot Sa s Show Increase Sale of lots at Steamboat Run River Estates, the 330 acre plan- ned community along the Shep- herd Grade Road, are running 25% ahead of this time last year, according to Tighe Woods, deve- loper of the project, in a report to Admiral Nell Deitrich, Chair- man of the Board of Directorz. Two most recent sales were to Major General and Mrs. W. J. Van Ryzin, U. S. M. C. of Arlington, Va., who plan to eventually build Charles Washing ton Theafre R _SON, W. VA. Thurs,-Fri.-Sat. May 26-28 James Stewart "Flight Of The Phoenix" IN TECHNICOLOR SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "Snowfire" - In Color (The Story Of A Horse) Adm. - 6 Empty Coca.Cola Bottles OR 25e SPIRIT OF JEFFERgON r ARMErtS ADVOCATE " THURSDAY. MAY 26, 19(;6 a retirement home on their h)t is now leaching in the Arlin4 | [ overlooking the Potomac River. Counly Elementary school syI , .~ The other sa]e was to tht Misses while Sandra is librarian to ! " Sandra and Carolyn Osbourn, dau Advisory Commitlee on In~iert I~ ghters of Mr. anti Mrs. Post ernmental Relations in W as~ mO I Osbourn of Shepherdstown, West ton, D.C. | Virginia, who bought their lot as _. "---------- .i , Go To Church a,"~Ji* an investment. Carolyn Osbourn ~Utl(l~L 2rch Serv Ly itsu da ruing pr~ ]0hn's Episc Friday fr, George ,. lton, Va, t " }" they :! i:;, Sir brothe q ' ~. J. Rob, 1 Lrg, Va., teSts at tht Gale F, l{r. and . re among s who att, Illce of tt For J Fern Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Little Bonnie Grove, three- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. FlOyd Grove, is a patient in a hospital in Morgantown. Mrs. Elmer Penwell is a patient in the Charles Town General Hos- pital. We join in wishing for her a speedy recovery. Rev. and Mrs. Cyril Hoover of Hagerstown, Md., were guests on Sunday morning at the church services here. Rev. Mr. Hoover delivel'ed the message. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of near Washington were weekend guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Elate'Cook and family. Rev. Cyril Hoover of Hagers- town, Md., was a caller on Thurs- day evening of Mrs. Ethel Buz- zard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove, Mr. Gerald Buford motored to Mor- gantown on Wednesday to take the Grove baby to the hospital Mrs. Norma Rodgers and chil- Iren of Brunswick, Md., were vis- itors on Sunday with her sister Per Week CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. , , ,,,J : ,, -- . STERN LESSON Your l~oat ie exposed to hazards on and off the water. Don't wait 'til you're faced with a "stern lesson" beIore you think about insurance. Inquire now about ~gtna Life & Casualty's Commodore Yacht Policy. It provides "all risk" hull coverage afloat and ashore, sure- strieted overland trans- portation coverage and much more. Call: He S. CI PPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 Inmlranee, and Real Estate Wilson, St., recently, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson and chil- dren of Mt. Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wilson and family of Chest- nut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. John Wil- son, Jr., of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Grove and children of Neersville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Popkins and 8on, Mrs. Violet See and chil- dren attended a baby shower for Mrs. Peggy Trout on Friday eve- 'Their First Job May Make Their Futu Sun. Thru Thurs. May 29-June 2 . . . And Ours! We Recognize The Roli WALT DISNEY'S Our Graduates Can Play In The Future O|tlIARLES i 'The Ugly Daehsund' This Country..., And We Urge All To Se. ALSO That These Young People Have The "Winnie The Pooh" Opportunities They Deserve..., And AND THE HONEY TREE Pledge Ourselves To,Do Our Part. l ii ~2-.~---~-~ ........... HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-2212 THURS.-FRI. MAY 26-27 "When The Boys Meet The Girls" In Color with Connie Francis - Herman's Hermits "Gunfighters of Casa Grande" IN COLOR with Alex Nicol A FULL SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDICE RANSON, W. CA. SATURDAY ONLY MAY 28 GIANT MARATHON SHOW! 1. "Revenge of*the Gladiators" - In Color 2. "Taggart" - In Color with Tony Young Dan Duryea 3. "Joy Ride" - Fast Cars! Faster Teen-Agers! 4. 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It's/low-cOst coverage that fills in the "gaps" and extends the Hospital and Metrical.Star' glcid~ Benefits of Medicare, For example, Medicare provides the first days of hospital care but does not cover tha first $40 of the hospital bill, E~tendnCare pays this $40 for you and provides addftional benefits # covered by Medicare up to 120 days. Medicare does not cover minor surgerY' physical therapy, emergency care. ExtendaCare offers you these and me# protections and benefits are available to you anywhere in the free wot4~J, Blue Cross-Blue Shield ExtendaCare costs so little and is worth so mtt~l~ you owe it to yourself to look into the matter further. COMPLETE INFORMATION on Blue Cross-Blue Shield ExtendaCare j~ yours for the asking. No obliffation, no salesman will call. just fill in tI~ attached coupon for ExtendaCare information. 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