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,~ . ," ~ ~ I IN[~I[IHIIll / ~ / II II LriH'l i'r' [ l 'Ts )here anking Is q leasure N0 SERVICE CHARGE- NO MINIMI BALANCE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 muk ~lmm~lwmlW~ ~m~J I 7: ~ -' - ~ L, P. N. student, taking training at ~henandoah Memorial and Winchester Hospital. Ronald at- tended local schools and was em- Mrs. Julia V~ l ployed by Badger's PlaBt at Ran- son and le t May 29 for a tour of duty in tthe armed forces. No Engagement date has been set for the wed- Mr. and Mrs. Marion J. Welty ding. Ronald is my grandson. of Inwood announce the engage- ment of their daughter Barbara Sympathy Expressed Ann, to Ronald Wayne Viands, My deepest sympathy goes out son of Mrs. George Morgan and to the wife, sons and daughters of the late Harry Wiles, Sr the late Bill Viands. Miss Welty whose death occurred suddenly will graduate this month from Monday ~t his home at Loudoun the Musselman High School, and Heights, Va. Mr, Wries was Hked plans to enter Triplett Tech at by all who knew him and will Mt. Jackson, Va this fall, as a really be missed by his family. FOR YOUR Metal Doors- Metal Frames And Re-Enf0rcing Steel Products For Concrete CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Pla t - 26%8955 "he man with NEW/DEAS FOR A NEW ERA I I I I I I I I I I I ! I l I I l l l l I IL Mr. Donald Hovermale called to Kings Daughters Hospi- tal on Thursday by the illness of his stepfather, Mr. Clyde Spearer, of Berkeley Springs, who suf- fered a severe heart attack. Last report he was recovering slowly. Mr. Spearer is Clerk of the Coun- ty Court in Berkeley Springs and has been for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown and two daughters, Melody and Cheryl, of Hillside, Md spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Weekend callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were Mrs. Nan- nie Lancaster of Strasburg, Va Mr. and 'Mrs. Jack Harper, Bed- ford, Pa Mrs. Jessie Wilson of Cumberland, Md Miss Jean Gil- len, Mr. Joe Monahan and Miss Janet Fortney, all of Keyser, and Mr. and Mrs. Rissler ~ttended the graduation of their rfiece. Miss Susan Ann Weatherholt on Sun- day night at Shepherd College. Miss Caroline l~issler of Ma- nassas, Va spent the weekend 'Friday caller of the i were'Mrs. Donald McGaha andI k,llhWIEY IPile'IPktk IP I' ,two (laughters of Middleway and l hrruh/ Mrs. Ray Marcas and two children I ~,~ of Winchester. J ~l~'~:~':~"::~:~::::'~:>'~::':~L':'~t~::&~g<~ Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. I Ouotaiions of the Blue Ridge Joe Milton were Mr. and Mrs. Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, Carl Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Va Monday, June 3, 1968. Marcas and two children of Win- Receipts of all classes moder- chester, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mil- ate, with a good demand for all Ion and son of Millville, Mr. and butcher classes. Mrs. Donald McGaha and two Choice butcher steers, none; daughters of Middleway, Mr. and good butcher steers, 23.00 to Mrs. John Milten and two sons 24.50; plain to medium steers, of near town. 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heir- Miss Caroline Fritts~ and Miss ers, none; good butcher heifers, Connie RowLand of Myerstown 21.00 to 23.50; plain to medium spent Saturday night with their heifers, 18.00 to 20.75; good bulls, aunt, Mrs. Catherine Welch and 23.00 to 24.00; plain to medium family, bulls, 20.00 to 22.75; commercial Miss Barbara Ann Welty and cows, 20.50 to 22.00; utility cows, Ronatd Viands of Inwood spent19.00 to 20.00; canners and cut- Tuesday afternoon with his ters, 18.75 down; cows by the grandmother, Mrs. Julia Viands. head, up to 225.00; stocker and Ronald left on Wednesday for the ~ feeder steers, 24.00 to 31.00; stock Army. Betty Hovermale ,and and feeder heifers, 20.00 to 23.00. daughters, Donna and Tammie of Choice to prime calves, 37.00 to Ransen, were Wednesday after- 40.00; good butcher calves, 33.00 noon callers. Mrs. Essle Penwell to 36.75; medium butcher calves, of tIarpers Ferry, R. 2, spent Fri- 28.00 to 32.75; thin calves, 27.50 day with me. Saturday evening do~; heavy calves, 24.00 to 30.00. callers were Mr. James Viands of Good to choice ,Lambs, 28.00 to Itager~wn and Miss Eva Ander- 29.25; medium good !arabs, 26.00 son of Ranson. Lester Viands to 27.75; plain lambs, 21.00 to anti son Jackie of Ranson were Thursday evening catters. Mrs. 25.00; butcher ewes, 3.00 to 8.00. tlelen Shirley and daughters .Good butcher hogs, 19.50 to Iudy and Debbie were Thur~a7 i zo.oo; medium butcher hogs, 19.00 lno~:ning callers. -I~to 19.45; heavy butcher hogs, "', ~.n ~r, ~ wlm ,1 w,~ X 18 00 to 18 75; butcher sows, 12.00 1VII rs v ~-" " ward and children, Margaret, to 15.00; heavy feeders and light Ru~h and Louise and William of butcher hogs, 18.00 to 19.50 Bakerton were Thursday visitors shoats per hundred, 25.00 down of her father, Mr. HarLw Ashby. pigs per head, up to 20.00; boars, Mr. Ashby and grandson Bobby 13.00 down. spent Saturday .night and Sunday with his daughter. [ Mr. Marvin Smallwoo2 ~s on his I vacation from Newton Baker Hos- I pital and spent Friday with his family near Baltimore. PUBLIC SALE i Evelyn Blanche Robinson prop- erty located Northwest corner of Mildred Street and Second Ave- nue, Ranson Corporation, Jeffer- son County, West Virginia. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1968 AT 10:30 A. M. (DST) The undersigned will offer for sale, at Public Auction, in front of the Court House in Charles Town, West Virginia, the follow- ing described parcel of Real Estate with improvements and appurtenances thereunto: "That certain lot or parcel of real estate situate at the north- west corner of Mildred Street and Second Avenue, Ranson. West Vir ginia, and fronting 95 feet on the West side of Mildred Street and extending ~back of even width along the North side of Second Avenue 125 feet to an alley in the rear, consisting of Lots No. was 17, 18, 19 and 20, as will show on the plat of the Charles Town Min ins, Manufacturing and Improve- merits Company and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County West Virginia in Deed Book X, page 1." .AND BEING the same real estate which was devised to Eve. lyn Blanche Robinson, by the Last Will and Testament of Frank B. Robinson, her husband, which Will was duly admitted for pro- bate in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia on Nov- ember 1, 1948, and which Will is recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's office in Will Book H. page 492. This property is.improved by a TWO-STORY. EIGHT ROOM, TWO and ONE-HALF BATH, BRICK HOME. HARDWOOD FLOORS, OIL-STEAM HEAT and is in a good state of repair. For more information and inspection, contact N. M. Gibson, Trust De- partment. The Old National Bank with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John l~issler and son Johnnie. Sunday callers upon Mrs. Julie Viands were Mrs. Judy Mills, Lester Viands and son Jackie of Ranson, I~arry, Jr Bobby, Rusty and Debble Shirley of Middleway, Mrs. Betty Hovermale and daugh- ters of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert V~iands of .the Bloomery. Mr. Leonard Fritts of Charles Town was a caller of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Mrs. Josephine Johnston and daughters Joyce and Bonnie, along with relatives, went to Christ Church Sunday to decorate the graves of their ancestors and wh~ returning home there was of Martinsburg, Martinsburg, West Virginia. Bank Financing Available. THE OLD NATIONAL BANK OF MARTINSBURG Executor-Estate of Evelyn Blanche Robinson, Deceased, June 6-2-t. NORMAN KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I'iAI'IONWl OI ~. ',~ MUTUAL INSURANC[ COMPANY | ,%,'~,~, MUTUAL nRZ INSURANCE COMPANY I I " LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY | / Horn. OII~; ColumbulL Oht~ | Lo~e~lly Owned Insurance Agenc~ Insist on W| A Vikd Part ef Yew All Eledric FuhKol Potom Edkon Co. Mi ccllaneous Sales Start 11:00 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S A.M. -- Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. THURSDAY, JI.'NE 6, 196S Each Monday. BE WISE -- ADVERTISE ]Lt.A.~ 8 ON ,W. READ TIlE FROM BIG TO SMALL, INSURE THEM ALL DIAL 725-5212 Wed. Thru Tues. June 5.11 Academy Award Winner! Faye Dunaway-Warren Beatty "BONNIE And CLYDE" IN COLOR --- SHOWING Wed Thurs Mon Tues.-7:30 p. m. Fri.-Sat. At 7 And 9 p. m. Sunday At 2-7-9 p. m. Starts Wed. Walt Disney's "The Happiest Millionaire" Before your boat goes into water, you make course, it is ship-shape. But there's another item to check: your insurance. For clear sailing, make sure there are no leaks or cracks in your MITH ADENBOUSCI-I iNC.= " ery hing Insured - But Yeaer ff i 71 Hill.Dale Shopping Center Dial CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. DAY IS JUNE 16TH e . NOW ,I a picn, ic lunch on Josephine's lawn. Among those attenrling 0RTH0 l~n & Tuff f~glci~ is a new were Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and easy-to-apply (combination) lawn spray II son Johnnie of Leetown, Mr. and which wt~l dd your lawn of unsightly brown and dead spots caused by dam- I Mrs, Bobby MeHenry and son aging diseases such as Brown Patch, II Mike of Alexandria, Va Mr. and l~eltmg out, Dollar spot, Fusarium, Mrs. Robert Gray of Shenandoah Red Thread and many other beauty- i Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Charles destroying lawn diseases. ORTHO Lawn Clark and children, Chris and & TurfFdngicide contains 3 different 1 George Robert of Charles Town, highly effective fungicides, PHALTAN, I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of CADMIUM AND THIRAM in a wettable powder f~mulation, .Tested and ap Kabletown, Mr. and Mrs. Levi proved by lea~ing eastern untversides. I Gray and daughter Daisy of our You'll have a healthy, thriving lawn " town. when you use ORTHO Lawn & Turf j Mrs. Catherine Welch and Fungicide. daughters Martha Lou, Hope and When sprayed in combination with Peggs and Mr. and Mrs. Newcom~ ORTHO-KLOR 72 Chlordane Spray it controls many lawn insects, including and son, along with her brother white grubs, wireworms, sod-web- Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Fritts and worms and ants. some other friends spent Sund~y ECONOMICAL * EASY-TO-APPLY SPRAY EFFECTIVE TM'$ ORTHO. PHAI~AN, O~THO+KLOR Phone 725.5113 -- Charles Town, W. Va. T. ~ m~. U. II, P~r. OFF,~ /SOTOX .~kf M*tm m umnnu mm nlnlw Imnl lu~mm mnlllp" I with friends in .Hershey, Pa. Vis- itors during the week with Mrs. I Welch were Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Welch and family of the country, | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland and two daughters of Myerstown, Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and son of the Martinsburg Pike, and Mrs. Zimmerman and three children of Shannandale. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were in Winchestex on Tuesday and visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcas and ~miiy. On SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "THE LONG DUEL" In Color with Yul Brynner II II NOW SHIRTS, REG. 2.98 ALWAYS FIRST UALITY - PANTS, REG. 4.29 Big Mac Penn-Prest poplin worksets with Soil Release A man days neat, cool and comfortable in these work clothes of 65% polyester/35 % cotton. Bend, sffetch, stoop, kneel iust a trip to the washer takes out all the wrinkles, most stains. No ironing needed, no miracle cleaners, because these tough work clothes are Penn-Prest and Soil Release treated. Treat Dad to a set now and save! Ban&on nylon knit shirts in your choice of two styles e ~ PE NN "PR.5"5"7": 8 01L "REL EASE ~/DS Z4f R~,~tOV, eZ O~ MOST$~,W/ttJ~ 3.98 o i! Penn-Prest walk shorts with Soil Release. Never iron! ~o o, 3.98 ,~ 4.98 Machine washable, dryable, shape retain;ng knits in classic fashion collar at $5 or mock turtleneck style at 3.98. Sizes S-M-L-XL I Just machine wash, and tumble dry these poly" ester/cotton shorts. Poplln solids and cool plaid or check patterns. Grad style. 28-42. PENNEYS STORE HOURS -- MON.-TUES.-WED.-THURS. 9 TO 5 -- FRIDAY & SATUBDAY