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--From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:---Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 Randolph, former Con Washington ,delivered at the Dedication Cer the Jefferson County on May 30th. A at more than on hand for the pro- stores in the Char- area began their Wed- ernQ m closings. C. Trussell was elected Ranson in an election !. He polled 164 votes 72 votes for C. W. Blue ,*nt. Miss Virginia Chris daughter of Mr. and io Galli of Millville, W. Er. Francis Miller Frye, Er. and Mrs. Marshall harles Town were mar- .Peter's Catholic Chur- rs Ferry by the Rev. an. Mrs. A. Francis Osbor- Berryville, Va. Episcopal Church, Kingsport, Tenn. by the Rev. Darby Wood Betts, Mr. J. Battaile Kemp, for- merly of this county to Miss Nan- cy M. Squires of Virginia. Among the Cadets graduating from the West Virginia Military Academy was Cadet Hov ard C. Goodell, ranking 25th in his class of 400. 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 have announced the engagement MARRIED: In the M. E. Chur- of their daughter Mary Meade to ch, Middleway by the Rev. O. D. Robert Edward Christensen, son Lambert, Thomas M. Eddy to Miss of Mrs. A. M. Christensen of Sche Grace A. Piper, daughter of Mr. nectady, N.Y. and Mrs. C. P. Piper of Middle- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton of way. Ranson were host and hostess to A barn on the Stewart Orchard a large number of their" friends Farm near Kearneysville was de- at home in celeration of their stroyed by fire. Silver Wedding Anniversary. 60 YEA G'O -- 1901 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 MARRIED: In Roanoke, Va. DIED: At her home in Chevy Junius C. Davenport, cashier of Chase, Md. Mrs. Gertrude Higham the Bank of Graham, Va. formerly of this county to Miss Mary F. Macoughtry, wife of James F. Mac Troutt, of Roanoke; in Charles oughtry, formerly of Jefferson Town by the Rev. L. R. Milbourne County; in Memorial Hospital, Thomas S. Ritchie of Lonaneon- Winchester, Va., Mrs. Grace Fritts ing; Md. to Miss Elda P. Goliday, Ott of Mechanicstown; at the i daughter of William H. Goiiday of home of her niece, Mrs. Mark Wet Charles Town. Eel, north of Town, Mrs. Laura DIED: Near Riverside school Kate Wysong, widow of the for- house, this county, Mrs. Mary E. mer Sheriff, Charles D. Wysong. Watson, widow of Alfred Watson; MARRIED: At the Leetown In Shepherdstown, George W. Methodist Church by the Rev. Humrickhouse. George Hasel, Miss Sara Wilder Announcement was made of the Coyle, to Mr. Victor Leslie Blue, approaching marriage of Dr. Ar- both of Leetown; at the St. Paul's thur L. Wilson of Lynchburg, Va. JUNE 8, 1961 OF JEFFERSON formerly of Charles Town to Miss 5---B Elinor Wilson, daughter of Mr. FA RS ADVOCATE and Mrs. Ormond Wilson of Wash , ington. MARRIED: In Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. J. A. McFaden, John C. Hummer of Washington and Miss Anne E. Manuel of Bolivar; by the same minister, Thomas H. Hardy and Miss Julia A. Cogle both of the county. DIED: In Baltimore, Edmund P. Kennedy, youngest son of the late Andrew Kennedy of Casilia. Frederick Douglass delivered the commencement address at . Storer College. His subject was on largest termite control organization John Brown. $5000 GUARANTEE 90 YEARS' O-- 1871 Alex L. Osbourn and Miss Fan- Against Future Termite Damage nie V. Smith were married by the Rev. Father J. J. Kain at the i presented nationally by over 1800 lumber dealers home of the bride in the county. ', For free inspection call CHARLES TOWN 47 LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE NICELY SUPPLY CO., INC. NORMAN KISNER George St. Charles Town, W. Va. RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA Thru Friday--1 SHOW ONLY--8:00 P. M. :00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY--3:00 and 8:00 P. M. 25c -- ADULTS 50c AY THURSDAY - JUNE 6 - 7 --DOUBLE TORMENT AND~ TEkPTAI"ION ; IN A SMALL SOUTHERN TOWN | (T.II'~mMA~,t=OP*I$', tgt~ tui~t BUH B [II, FEATURE-- JOHN MILLS SYLVIA SYMS 8 - SATURDAY - SUNDAY' - MONDAY JUNE 9 10 11 12 WALT DiSNEY'S qE'W A -CAmOm OOiOe'~ ~ea~ry .sTA PLUS:--.WALT DISNEY FEATURE HORSE with the FLYING TAIL" ACADEMY AWARD WINNER PRICES :--Adults 60c--Children 35c - WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 - 14 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- ROBIN HOOD GREAT- .... EST ADVENTURES! By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Star attended a meeting of the Eastern Star in Sharpsburg, Md. Saturday night. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mrs. George Morgan and two sons James and Ronald Viands of Gerrardstown, Mrs. John Hamp- ton and son Terry of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Lucy Fellers of town and Mrs. George Jones were Mon- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Frye of Charles Town and Mrs. Elizabeth Henry and son Gary of Ranson were Wednesday evening callers with their brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. Cline IH We were very sorry to hear of the serious illness of Mrs. Mary Cline of Murrell Hill who was rushed to the General Hospital Monday night. Her daughter visi- ted her frequently and Saturday evening Mrs. Fritts says she seem ed to be a little better. We hope Mrs. Cline will soon be able to be back home. Master Joe Dan Pennington of Leetown spent several days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Nel- son Bush. Misses Joyce and Bonnie John ston spent several days last week with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bush Popkins in Kabletown. :Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son T rry of Baltimore, Md. and Mr. Gary Goliday of Baltimore spent a couple of days with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hen ry and Johnnie came up Monday night and they all returned home on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of Baltimore, Md. are spending sev- eral days with the latters mother Mrs. James Fritts and family. Master Efigene Viands of Ger- rardstOwn spent last week with his uncle Mr. Daniel Gaynor and family near Kabletown. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children Donna and Davie of Jefferson Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Viands Jr. and daughter Mary and granddaughter Sherri Of the Bloomery were Sunday visi- tors with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and Mr. Roland Whipp. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent theWeekend in Baltimore, Md. with their son-in-law and dan ghter Mr. and-Mrs. John Hamp- ton and son Terry and they also called on their sister Mrs. Cather- ine Goliday and son Terry also of Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and family of near Leetown and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of" Kab- letown were among the callers with Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnson INSURANCE AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. William Fellers visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fel- lers of Charles Town last Sunday. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Staley and Mr. and Mrs. Nor val Johnston included Misses Bel- le and Lois Stanley, Mrs. Robert Whiting and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanley all of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Gilpin and young daughter Melanie of Ar- lington, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell here and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Watson in Martins- burg last weekend. On Saturday vening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pew- ell attended a birthday party for their grandson Kenneth Watson at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Watson in Mar- tinsburg. Miss Sherry Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carter of Shep herdstown spent the weekend with Miss Nancy Burnett. Mr. and Mrs. William Stl rgess of Washington, D. C. visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Everhart on Saturday. Saturday being Tag Day for the Shepherdstown High School Band Nancy Burnett and Margaret Ham stead, band members received do nations of about thirteen dollars. Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley visi- ted Mrs. Nan Miller and Miss Bess Miller at Greensburg on Thursday. They called on Miss i Hester Miller and Mr. Guy Miller on their way lkome. i Church Services Sunday Church Services will be held at Grace E. & R. Church Sunday at 9:30 with S. S. at 10:30. The K. C. Y. F. will hold an outdoor meet- ing followed by a weiner roast. Mr. Henry Stanley of Martinsburg will be guest speaker. The con- sistory will meet at the home of Mr. William Fellers on Wednes- day night. The Men's Brotherhood and The Women's Guild will meet at the church Thursday at 7:30 p. m. At the Presbyterian Church Worship Services will be held at 9 a. m. with S. S. at 10 a. m. choir practice will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 P. M. The Women of the church will meet on Thursday night at the church. ,. Mrs. Sam Heinz had her cast removed at City Hospital last week. She will remain in bed at least another six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Somers of Chester and daughters on Sunday. town, Md. visited Mr .and Mrs Mr. Roy Webber of Winchester Hugh Hill last weekend. Mrs. Bill was a caller on Sunday with Mr. ' K. More and her small son Char- les Walter who have been visit- ing the Hills returned to Chester- town, on Sunday. Churchill hailed as he leaves New York. Office City Building Telephone 552 Robert Viands. Mr. Robert Frye is taking a Charles a.,w,, w. , weeks vacatkm from the railroad " uP' " "='_ where he has been employed for I . many years. [ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vanmeter iaml|ti#nnl [of Martinsburg were Thursday af- MUTUAL INSIJRANCE COMPANY " " h r amuALn mul E | ternoon callers with their mot e I U ttmSUWCtt PAm ! Mrs. Maude Smallwood and fam- eOffice: r,~ummm, umo. Mr. Lester.Mannors of Hagers- lrv Radio. Television - Hi Fi Stereo t Radios, Television, Appliances West Washington Btreet Charles Town, W. Va. III town Md. and Mr. Floyd Fawver of Martinsburg spent the day Sat- urday with Mr. Bert Viands and they all enjoyed the day fishing. Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry of Baltimore, Md. were call ere on Monday morning with her aunt Mrs. Lester Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus of Rippon were callers Wednes- day night with Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Shirley and family at Middle- way. Miss Eva Pace and Mr. Garry Miller of Hedgesville were, Friday callers with the Shirleys. Mrs. Floyd Bageant and daugh- ters Penny Ann and Brenda, Mr. Myers and son Tom all of Wire chester, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wil- es and daughter Sherri of Loud- oun Heights, Ya., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wiles and daughter Don na and son David of Jefferson Heights were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and family at the Bloomery. Nan ey Viands returned with Penny Ann Zageant to spend the week. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Marvin and his twin daughters Co,ella and CoLinda were in Win chester, Va. on Thursday after- noon. Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daugh- ter Sherri of Loudoun Heights Va., Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Blomery spent Thursday with Mrs. Donald Hovermale and faro. ily. Mary Viands has been stay. ing with her sister while Mr. Hov ermole has been a patient in the general hospital with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and grandchildren David and Irvin of Hedgesville spent the day Monday with the formers mother Mrs. Maudo Smallwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks Mrs. Catherine Holler, Mr. Wil liam Frye and son Bobble of COkUMBIAPICYUR[$presents I ~e ~rl~ of a prescription Brunswick, Md. and Mr. Sylves- should involve these three ter Frye of Bethesda, Md. spent I factors; the cost of ingre- the 30th with their parents Mr, dients, the compounding time and Mrs. Robert Frye. and a modest profit. That is ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, the basis on which we com-] Mrs. Cather e Holler of Bruns- pound each "ReLiable" pro [wick, Md., Mr. Sylvester Frye of RICHARD GREENE scz tion. Make it a point to [ Bethesda, Md. and Mr. Sublette 15 ,/' ring us your Doctor's pre- I Chamblin of Ranson were dinner FRIDAY " scriptions. Thank youl i guests with Mr. and Mrs. Robert .m [Frye on Sunday. Glad to hear [Mrs. Sublette Chamblin who is a --DOUBLE FEATURE-- NICHOLS & STUCK [patient in the General Hospital [is getting along very well. Mary PHARMACISTS [Ellen we all hope you will oon [ be back home. nal/on! | Telephone 173 I Miss Mary Viands returned [home from her sister on Sunday i . Charles Town, W. Va. I and now spending a few days with I0 LD, U.S.A. [her grandmother Mrs. Julia l Viands who is on the sick list A) OF VICE [ with a bad heart ailment. 3E J Mrs. Helen Shirley along with [some members the Eastern IIIIII TIRES & BATTERIES S124 (6 volt) $10.95 $2124(6 volt) $10.95 $2436 (12 volt) $16.95 670x15 4 ply Tubeless Black Nylon 710x15 4 ply Tubeless Black Nylon 710x15 Tubeless White Nylon 750x14 Tubeless White Nylon 800x14 Tubeless White Nylon 850x14 Tubeless White Nylon 760x15 Tubed Black Nylon 670x15 Tubed Black Rayon fi40x15 Tubed Black Nylon 670x15 Tubed White Nylon 710x15 Tubed White Rayon 760x15 Tubed White Rayon 800-820x15 Tubed Black Nylon 1000x20 12 ply truck tire FENCING & GATES 726.6.11 (2 rod roll) 832-6.11 (2 rod roll) 939-6-11 (2 rod roll) 929-12-11 (2 rod roll) 1047-6-11 (2 rod roll) 2158-6-14 (2 rod roll) PHONE 43 II Gee! II Little did we kao, when we introduced the Corvair Monsa hint year, that we were startin a Big Thing. We just thought it would be pleasant if yov could buy a that treats you, the driver, like you want to be treated. II The bucket seats, coarse, the most obvioas evidence of our desire m pleaee yoth But they're not the most important thing. No What's really " tal is the way a Monza handle --some- thing nobody in the U.S. yet copied. Or can eop . Be. cause Corvair is the mar-engined ea nmde in this country, and you know whttt that means: steering as thistledown. (You even this one more easily, it steem so briskly.) Beautifully bal- anced braking--the cae sta level even under [ramie brak- ing, which we hope you1( never have to do. Tsaction and more traction, so yov don't become a stick-in-the- mud. The kind of cornering that's sheer joy to expe ence. You get more: a fully independent suspen- sion that blots out road shocks before they can ruffle you. Clean, crisp styling. Thoroughgoing economy, from purchase price to op- erating cost. You're not going to be satisfied with bucket seats alone, aim yotm? D it)e the Corvair Monza at your local authorized Che olet deal 's II CHARLES TOWN, VA. I I ~11 I I I I 12' Aluminum Gate 16' Aluminum Gate 14' Steel Gate $35.00 52.00 22.25 $15.80 plus tax 15.80 plus tax 23.19 plus tax 24.33 plus tax 24.60 plus tax 26.78 plus tax 19.89 plus tax 15.10 plus tax 17.67 plus tax 18A6 plus tax 20.12 plus tax 21.96 plus tax 20.98 plus tax 108.00 plus tax $21.95 Roll 26.95 Roll 29.95 Roll 21.95 Roll 32.95 Roll 15.95 Roll UI HI I (NEW 1960 APPLIANCES) 15 cu. ft. Upright Freezer Automatic Washer Elect. Dryer 36" Electric Range Used Refrigerator $245.00 125.00 110.00 250.00 15.00 l i i i i PAINT SPECIAL Purchase..qt. gal. or 5 gal. and receive 2ad qt., gal or 5 gal. at only price. Listed below are some of the priee .figure it out for yourself and see how much you save. 201 MILDEW RESISTANT OUTSIDE WHITE 1400 SERIES (ACRYLIC BASE) NUMEROUS COLORS 6" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 12" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 20" Screw Hook & Strap Hinges 10 qt. ALUM. PAIL qt.-$1.75 gaL 6.10 5 gal. 28.50 qt. 1.80 gal. 6. 0 $1.25 pr. 1.65 pr. 3.40 pr. $1.30 II II I II RANSON, W.VA. I I III II II III Iii 11