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6 SPtRPP Of JEPIRSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1974 Miss Teresa Cline Vnson. Those who attended .were: the guest of -honor, ,Mss Ter. Given Bridal Shower e Ctine, {her mothor, ,Mrs. 'Doris Cline, .Mrs. Wanda @ea- Miss Teresa Oline, wlmse sans, Gall 34agalm, Sherry marriage to Mr. Forrest ,Rich- Smith, Debbie Engle, Jacque- rd Feagans took place LMay .line Smith, Mrs. Louise Pine, 26,. was .honored t a surprise ,Mrs. Laura Baker and Mrs. brida shower Thuc'sday even- Betty Jane Kisner, aH of Char ng, April 25 given by Mss ten Town. Paricia Ohes'e, ,M4ss Susan Chamblin and Miss Faylee K:is .Mrs. Elaine Moore, Terry her a the eshve ome n Feagans, Mrs. Nancy Vinson SummR Poit. and Mrs. Marion Jones aTl of Room decor,ons far the Bertyi.lle, Va.;, Susan Chab- shower and the refreshments tin, Faylee K, isner, Parn Brooks carried out te color scheme Pad:ty Velzy, Betsy WaIker, of Pink, green and wite. Alys Stone, Joy Ylheeler, Laura GiRs were rvanged .undea" Reske all of Shepherd College; a ,ltrge umbrel,la. Games n ,the 81rs. H,ilda Oheshi,re, Paricia wedding ,eme were played and Stelhenie Cheshire of Sum md gifts were won by Mendxa ,mit Point and Kendra Metz of Metz, Gall agaa and Nancy Marti,nsbtwg. AUNT NELLIE'S PASTRY SHOP FRESH PASTRIES C A K E S (for all occasions) Homemade Cookies & Candies flesh Baked Bread & Pies FOR ALL YOUR BAKERY NEEDS Carl: 725-7501 Hours: 6-2 Mon. thru Fri. -- 6-12 Sat. 205 E. Liberty St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. Stop mosquitos!  Build your own "bug barrter"with a HUDSON SPRAYER OR DUSTER Mosquitos are "stay-at-homes," During the day, they rest in the shade-- under leaves of your shrubs and flowers, in tall grass, in garages, on Daniel Mankin Is Named To Executive Committee WVEA Daniel ,Iankias, prncipa,1 at the Shepherdstown Elemen,tary School, has been selected ,to rep'resent e Elementary Pri- ncipals Association as a mem- ber of .the executive commibtee of .the West Vi.ginia Education Association (WVEA). T, he as- soeia.tion is made up of some 16,000 educators from across the state. , Mankins' appointmen was officially announced as the WVEA Delegate Assembly con eluded a hvee-day business session i.n Oharleston tlis past weekend. ,as a member of ,the commLttee, Mankin vill help determine the activities and the program .for the organizat- ion during tthe coming year. Elizabeth Crider Surprised With Birthday Party El,izabeth Crider'was surpris ed Tuesday evening, May 14, with a Iirday paty at ,her home on 6th Avenue, Ranson. The hostess, Bessie Payne, presented the guest of honor wi, a red rosebud corsage whiCh she wore throughott the evening. Games were played and t,hose winnin prizes wei'e Debor a Paine and Donna Wmkler. Attending .the .pary were Dorethy ,DeLauder, Moorefield; Donna Winkler, 'Memphis, Tenn.; V,irginia Crider, Ranson ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackford Mr..ad Mrs. Henry Blacord, Jennifer nd Keit; ,Mr. and Mrs. David Payne ,and Debora,h all of Bardane. After singing the tradition.al happy birthday, refreshments of homemade ice cream made by Mrs..Robert Blacleford; bjrh day cakes made by Mrs. Devid Payne; and nuts, mires, and chips were served. She received many useful gifts and everyone had a good time. ATTEND CHURCH 24-Hr. Information Ranson Phone: 725-5212 Thu.-FrL-Sat. May 30-June 1 Winners In 4-H Over 160 local 4-H'ers part- icipated in the 4-H Hea and Field Day on ay 18 at the Jefferson County Covamunity Center. The events revoived around the theme "Eyes Right" and Mrs. Lyle Tabb was on hand was on .hand to give free eye examinations on a portalyle ee screening maene. Shown re the winners n he poster contest and repre- sentativds from the two out- standing clubs of ,the day. Jun for division poster winners were Donna W,hite, Debbe Myers, Kenda.ll I:haven, and Jtdie Karickhoff. Senior division winnersLwere K, im Magalm, Wil, iam Percy, Alan Lloyd, and Laurie Pyne. Stacy Reid and Robin Btrch accepted blue ri'bbons for tae Lawson Botts UDC See Slides On Holy Land Lawson Botts Capter U. D. C. met at e home of Mrs. Charles Abaft, S. George Street May 14th. After a business .meeting and discussion on several maters, Mrs. Harry Btrns showed sl.ides of The Holy Land, taken on a ,tour of that land she made, explaining about the pie tures in a very interesting ,man ner. Mrs. Ahlt served de}icious refreshments ,in her tining room. NOTICE Notice is hereby given Chat, pursuant to the order of the Circubt Court of Jefferson Cou- nty, the following described tract or lot of land, or undivid- ed itterest therein, wi urdess sooner redeemed be sold fox cash to the highest bidder. Such sale will be held in fron of the County CouCthouse of Jefferson County at Ghavles Town, beginnxng at 10:00 o'clock a. m. on the morning of the 15th day of June, 1974. The said ,tract of land contains ap- proximately 3,750 square feet and is known as Lot 37 in Block 131 in Ranson Corporat- ion.' The former owner of said lot was C. F. Wal.1. W. H. S. White, Jr., Deputy Commissioner of Poster Contest Mouataineers and the Summit Point Busy Bees 4-4 Clubs. 4-H leaders responsible for ornizing e days events weer Mrs. Oharles Owens, Mrs. Charles Ware, Mrs. Ceryl Law rence and ,M,x. and Mrs. ,Ray Toothma. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson Cotmty, West Virnia Maxene Mae Wood, P1ai,n, tiff v. Civil Action No. 2565 Grartt AVerill Wood, Defendant 1. (The object of .this suit ,is to obtain a divorce rom he bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavi,t filed .in this action ,that Grart Averdll Wood is a non-residem of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Grant .&verill Wood serve upon Stev- en M. Askin Plaintiff's attor- ney, whose address .is Law Off ices of Jerome Radosh, Berk- eley Plaza, P. O. Box R, Mar- tinsburg, West V., 25401, an answer, including any reltted counter claim or defense you may .have to the complaint filed dn this action on or before 22nd., June, 1974. If you fal to do so, thereafter judgmert, up- on proper .hearing and rial, may be taken aga.inst you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under- signed Clerk t her office. Entered by the Clerk of sid Court ,May 15th, 1974, MARY L. RIGGLEAN Clerk Of Court May 23-34. CHARLES TOWN STORE porch and breezeway ceilings, At dusk, they attack!  ForfeRed and Delinquent Chances are, if you spray the mosquitos in your yard, you won't be bothered by the mosquitos from your neighbor's yard! (PC) 7 P. M. ONLY Lands of said County. May 22-34. A ppty a light coat of recommended spray material with a Hudson 0,$'------"  Sprayer or Duster in the areas where mosquitos rest . . . and they'll .. L(I rest eternally! Your yard stays mosquito-free for days!  r " Valley Hardware Co MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. - 8:45 p. m. Only COLONIAL  i DIAL 725-5113 SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY FUNERAL HOME ' CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PUBLIC SALE To settle the Estate of the late Edith B. Moore I will sell the following located 3 miles Northwest of Berry- vllle, Va., turn W. off 340 at Leake's Grocery onto Rt. 611. Go  mL, turn onto RL 654. Watch for signs. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1974 BEGINNING AT 1:00 P. M. Walnut marble top buffet; marble top washstand with tear pull top tiers; walnut Jelly cabinet; wooden ice Ix; set of straight back cbalrs; set of solid bottom o=k chairs; small drop leaf able; chairs; ddld's rocker; rocldng chairs; 2 platform rockers; 2-pc. living room suite; 2 TV's; stands; maple coffee table; maple end tables; bookcase; Victrola; treadle sewing macbine; cherry mantel; 3-pc. bedroom suite (complete); pc. bedroOm suite (complete); metal bed (complete); Iron. baby bed; 2 trunks; idteheu cabinet; glass door cabinet; base cabinet; 7-pc. dinette set; 5-1m dinette set; 5-pc. dinette set; small east iron cooldng stove; Rrown 30" elee stove; ABC wringer washer; metal fold table; utility table; Monogram oil heater; Heatrola; china doll; 2 old clocks; kerosene lamps; pitchers; lot of dishes; harp; dee. lamps; elec. appliances; eooldng uteuslis; pictures; lot of old books; crocks; old sausage grinder; lard press; iron pots; flower pots; canned fruit; 2 lawn chairs; swing; 275-gal. oll tank; tool cbest. A lot of articles too numerous to mention. REAL ESTATE: Consisting of approximately 1% Acres improved by 6 room house, with basement cistern well ud some out buildings. TERMS: Personal property cash day of Sale. REAL ESTATE: 10% down on day of Sale, balauce within 30 days on delivery of deed. W. D. ORNDoRFF - Auctioneer 955-2632 It. E. MORELAND & D. L ORNDoRFF Cecil Moore, Admr. Merchants Kiddie Show "Spoilers Of The Forest" PLUS CARTOONS Sun. thru Wed. June 2-5 CHARLES TOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN 725-7068 - Phones - 876-6460 E. GUY DAVIS - Dtreetor Sl'REtSAND &REDFORD THE WAY WE WERE (PG) Sunday 7 & 9:15 7 P.M. Only _ I III Thu.-Frl.-Sat. May 30- June 1 3--BIG SHOWS--3 JIM BROWN PLUS PLUS ADULT SHOW "DIRTY POOL" RATED X Sun. thru Wed. June 2-5 PLUS "KILL,'KILL, KILL"  Theso, monu- I mets, bearing the exclusive ee Rock of Ages seal, are now o display at our showroom. You will also find superior quality monuments by Rock of Ages in a variety of beautiful color includin Blue-Gray, Pink and ROSe. Don't ' forget to ask ,for your free copy of "How To Choose Your Family Monument." Available onfl from your Rock of Ages AUTHORIZED DEALER Martinsburg Granite Works Floyd C. Odom, Owuer 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. m m /;t ;t; " ? q 20% Off WOMEN'S KNIT TOPS REG. $4 TO $6 NOW $350 Raised F C 7, There was a greater mar- Charles Town Hi or ancer in  the women's tenpins 1969 as Class with Fran Wolfe at 654 for She attended West Fund In Bowi-Down first, Barbara Capeat 616, and Universi, ty for ,two Shirley Clark at 597. to being tly Winners and ,their scores in of veterinary Tourney Held Recen men's duckpin were as fllows: kegee. During te Dave Troup 469, Ray Benner she has been at Prize vnoney for the Bowl- 457, and Denny Cave 453. In has been named both Down-Cancer tournament, held ,the women's duckpin Sis Castle ent scholar and a,t Pikeside and sponsored by man was first with 430 follow- scholar on her the Jefferson County Unit of ed by Cris Miller at 392 and non-academic the American Cancer Society Sandy ,Dawson at 391. This Summer Bett tudent assistant for the latter ,half of April, was veterinarians. In the donated by three county bus- Beth Snyder Elected he will be assisting iness establishments: Cenden- ney of the ng otors, Merantoland, To Honor Society Animal ita, l, and W, hi'tmore Ltmber Corn- and patholo', and pony. Dr. ,Michael Josephs was noons she with chairman of the vents, xhich Miss Beth Snyder, daughter sistant o Dr. Ernest added approximately $350 to of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Shy- his practice in Ch the 1974 Cancer Crusade fund. der of SummLt Point, recently She will return to The closest contest was in was elected to the Beta Kappa August to complete the men's ten pins where Casey Chi Scientific Honor Society on year in veterinary 'Faircloth was first with 680, the campus of Tuskegee Insti, followed by Marvin Urish with tute, Tuskegee, Alabama. AII'END 678, and J. L. Futlerton with Beth was graduated from - SPECIAL OF THE WEEK - USED MOBILE HOMES -ALL SIZES- 955-3938 or 955.1346 Lunch Rights Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises. 30-It- RANKIN Mobile Homes Route 9- Berkeley Springs. W. Va. Phone 258-3284 JCPen f : <i { 1 Saveon 20. 480 family fabr,c shoes. Sale 2 pr. for s5 Reg. 2.99 ea. Cotton duck oxfords for women and girls. Cushion insole, correct balance arch and rubber outsole In white, navy O r red. Full range of sizes. Sale 2 pr. for s7 Reg. 3.94 ea. Basketball oxfords for men and boys. Air-cooled cotton duck with cushion insole and rubber outsole. In a full range of sizes 20% Off "MEN'S KNIT SHI REG. ,3,98 TO 7.98 Customer Parking JACKR. KEITER 20% Off Entire Stock of REPRESENTATIVE * . iJ) : ii I / l