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OF INTEREST IN vic1Ni;rY OF KAB F OWN Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 Brown of washing Mrs. C. D. Mercer, daughters spent several days with Mary Ann, Joyce, Ellen and Sus- Mrs. Joseph Mercer. an. afternoon they visited Mrs. Cletus Atkins and child- Mercer's sister-in-law ren of Middletown, Va. have stay Ellen Mercer at the ed several days with her aunl Home in Bolivar. Mrs. Thomas Gray and family of Birthday Myerstown in order to be near covered dish din- the N. D. Baker Veterans Hospit- served at noon at the al where Mr. Arthur is a patient. and Mrs. C. D. Mer-I Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rissler and Mrs. Mercer on her' Dianne were overnight visitors Those present were her in Strasburg, Va. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. tt. ~his brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mr. aml M,'s. Win. H. and Mrs. Wm. Lancaster. r. and two children all The members of the M. Y. F. Mrs. James Lilla, met with a financial success with and Jay of Millville, their first adventure at making Carl Shanks of Ran- money for their organization. The Edith Mercer, Mr. and sum of $34.33 was cleared at their m W PPING -- GIFT CERTIFICATES SHIRTS ii S . M - L $ .00 NECKTIES Clip - Ons $ .00 iS 0 CK S DRESS SHIRTS Banlons Nylons Rayons - $ Short Sleeved 14 - 17 .00 ,.99 4 Styles }.99 - $ SLIPPERS CASUAL SLACKS Dacron and Cotton 29 - 42 WASH & WEAR--35 to 46 SHORTS .. REGULARS -- LONGS 4 SHIRTS, S-M.L The r~an with NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA RED LABEL SHIRTS 3/$2.39 3/$2.05 3/$1-15 3/$2.35 BERMUDA SHORTS 29 , 44 ~ ~ ,, ,~ ~'~. ~-r*~ ~ ~ ~ Ia,, a ,,md Fritt'z hauzc- carr;c5 white carnatic, nz w;[h I mr.,. arid dau ,ht r ?Jr. and ,Jr . Cr , r hold sale last Wednesday. They white satin streamers and a white Terri visited Mrs. Rettie Bush in md Karen of Pleasant Itall. Pa. wish hereby to thank all those lace hankerehief which belonged Winchester, Va. and Mr. Jess Lee were Weekend guests of Mr. and who contributed and helped with the projec[. Eleven members of the local W. S. C. S. were present last Wednes- day when the organization met at the home of Mrs. M. L. Adams Sr. Rippon. in July the organiz- ation meets with Mrs. Joshua Clipp at tbe home of her daugh- ter Mrs. H. O. Bush. Mrs. Stanley Hardesty of near Charles Town spent several days with Mrs. O. B. Hughes, Avon tlill. Mrs. Thomas Mercer spent Thursday morning with Mrs. tIar desty. During one of the storms of last week a large tree was blown over in the front yard of the Ehner Dillow home. Mrs. Joshua Clipp spent sever- al days last week with Mrs. Lew- is Carroll St. of Rippon. Sympathy Extended Our sympathy is extended to Mrs. Minnie Long Chapman upon the death of her husban'd the late Leonard Chapman. Joan Rouss, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss broke an arm while playing on the outdoor gym set last Tuesday. The mem- ber was placed in a cast on Wed- nesday. Miss Marlyn Roderick of near Martinsburg has been visiting her grandmother Mrs. Elmer Roder- ick. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small- wood visited their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens of Summit Point Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Frye of Charles Town were callers there also. Mrs. Thomas Gray was a patient in the Charles Town Hospital last Monday for x-rays. Mr. O. B. Hughes is employed by. the Board of Education dur- ing the vacation months as a mere ber of the maintenance crew. At present they are working in the Blue Ridge Elementary School. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood atten ded on Saturday the wedding of her niece Miss Sandra Johnson to Mr. Thomas Nondorf of Paw Paw Michigan. Johnson-Nondorf Saturday morning June 10th at 10 o'clock in the Sacred' Heai't Catholic Church, Winchester, Va. Miss Sandra Fay Johnson daugh- ter of Mrs. Freeda Johnson of Boyce, Va. and Mr. Abner I. John son of Suffolk, Va. became the bride of Mr. Thomas Nondorf, son of Mr .and Mrs. John Nondorf of Paw Paw, Michigan. They were united in marriage by the Rev. Henry Streegisher. The bride who was accompan- ied by her father to the altar wore a white shantung street len- gth dress which had a pleated be dice and a lace bolero. She wore a white shoulder length chapel veil fastened to a white bow which fitted closely to the head. WEBB'S RADIO -- TELEVISION- SALES and SERVICE APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va West Washington Streel .99 : ' NORMAN E. KISNER .S H 0 E S INSURANCE AGENCY Archdale Office City Building Wyenberg Telephone 552 Loafers Charles Town, W. Va. " Oxfords '1 I"iATIONWIOE I"99 " $ I Home 0fflce: Columbus. 0hlO UND[RW[AR BLUE LABEL T- SHIRTS - $1.00 Bl IEFS - 89c SHORTS - $1.00 LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STORE FOR EVERY MEMBER FAMILY. THIS IS ONE WAY... This is one way to pro- tect yourself against fi- nancial loss from damage suits arising out of acci- dental injury to others. A much better way, how- ever, is to make sure Comprehensive Personal Liability coverage is in- cluded in your personal insurance program. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 &|IS riFE SHOP THREE WAYS: .... arge .- Credit -- Layaway OUR STORE HOUITS: 9 FRIDAY - 9 to 6 SATURDAY FREE PARKING IN REAR FOR SPIRIT OF .r Rso ADVOCAT 3 B THURSDAY, JUNE ]5, 1961 to her maternal pj'eat grandmo- ther, the late Mrs. Charles It. Kable of Kabletown. ller often- dant, Mrs. l)onald ,lones of Key- ser, W. Va. wore a pink shantung dress with while accessories. Mr. Donald .Tones was the best man. The mother of the bride ctmse a dress of beige shantung with dark blue accessories. hnmediately following the cere mony a reception was given at the home of the bride in Boyce, Va. Roses were used throughout the house. A three tier wedding cake topped with a delicate rosebud was the center of the dining room table which was prettily decorat- ed with silver streamers fasten- ed to each corner of the table converging to a point above the cake. Tiny rose buds were fasten- ed to the streamers and were also placed on the cloth. Following the reception the cou ple left for Paw Paw, Michigan where Mrs. Nondorf will remain until her husband finishes his navy service which terminates next month, tie is stationed at Patuxent River, Md. Mrs. Nondorf is a graduate of Clarke County High School, Berry ville, Va. and has completed two years of nurses training in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. HALL OWN By Miss Dorothy Bower Mr. and Mrsl--Robert Wright and daughter Terri arrived by me tor Sunday night from their home in Hayward, California to spend several weeks vacation with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Albert of Brunswick, Md. were weekend guests of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates and fam ily. Their dinner guests on Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Spates and sons Junior and Jeff of Mannings, Mrs. James Taulton and daughter Diane of Charles Town. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. accom panied by her daugigter Mrs. Jos- eph Ranalli of Millville shopped in Winchester, Va. Thursday af- t ternoon. Visitors that evening i with Mrs. Gray and her family were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit- more and family of Charles Town Picnic Supper ' The Senior High Fellowship of Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn, Jr'. and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray Jr. were those present. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams and son Donnie of Charles Town were visitors Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and fam ily. Mrs. Charles Spates has return ed to her home from the Charles Town General ttospital where she was a patient several days last week for observation and x-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son Stephen visited their uncle and aunts Mr. and Mrs: William and Miss Annie Lee and Mr. and lVlrs. I. E. Moreland. Mrs. tlarvey Feltnez" near Burnt Mrs. Nettie Payne anti Mrs. An Governor I,ambert called at-*Terms of tim Will". Nursery hehl Factory, Va. on I ues(lay, na Shananbaugh of Pittsburg, Pa. tention to Kiwanis International (luring worship for pre-school 'n Saturda Mrs Pa ,ne is Convention to be held in Toronto Miss Jennifer Gray spent Sun- came ~ , S. .. ~ . , ..... ; . ' ('hildren. Sunday Church School day with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen going to spend the week in the, amy :~-~. and to our ow~} at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph R. Staler, Dalgarn Jr. and family in Charles county I D~stmct Conventmn to De n(ld at Superintendent. Wednesday, Ut~i- Town. The'i clown Methodist and BaD ! Blackwater Falls September 7-9. ted Lutheran Church men meet at Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Wright, Mr. tist Sunday School will have Bible iHc stud that he wouhl hke to see the parsonage for supper and pro and Mrs. Robert Wright and dau- School this week starting Monday as many K~wanlans w~th thcu" ghter motored to Hampton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr are [ wives attend these two great meet gram at 6:00 p; m. Thursday, Dens on Friday where they spent the spending this week in California. ings as possibl~. . .. 1 and 2 of Cub Scout Pack 39 Mrs B tt Riddlcberger Mrs I Governor I,ambert sai(~ of me~meet at 7:00 p. m.; Senior Choir weekend with ET/1 and Mrs. Margaret" Harrell and l~iss' Judythirty Kiwanis Districts, that the irehearsal at 8:0{I p. m. Granville Wright and daughters ..... Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Furr drove down in Virginia Men iWest Virginia District excelled in day to visit a cousin - [their Boys and Girls work with Advertise In The Spirit.Advocate Winerd Bowers and sons were Callers" with Mr and Mrs Ta ~such organizations as Key Clubs Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bowers and . . .. Y . , , family of Bolivar, Mrs. Donald lor Wmkler Sunday were Mr. and Cwcle K Clubs and Keyette Clubs. Frye of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs Earl Leslie and baby, Mr The speaker called attention to Mrs. Alton Muse and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ware, Mr. and Mrs. the rapid growth of Communism. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers and son Franklin Winkler and family and all of Halltown.Mrs. Fred Lewis. Circle Meeting esTo G The Presbyterian Circle met Ch.arl roup Monday evening at the Church, with nineteen members and five /isitors ,present. Mrs. Raymond Joins Martmsburg Parks opened the meeting with prayer and during the executive board session, a filmstrip on Gen Kiwanis At Meetin eral Fund Agencoes was shown. Mrs. Joseph Ranalli was in char- ge of devotionals. Several annaun ~ements were made by the Chair- aan Mrs. Winerd Bowers. The lesson for June, "Christ Je. sus Has Made Me His Own" tak- en from Phillippians 3:12-21 was discussed by Mrs. Alec Costello. Mrs. Charles Gray closed the meeting with prayer. During thte ;octal hour, refreshments were ;erved by Mrs. William Hoak and Jiss Dorothy Bowers. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and baby of [tockville, Md. spent the weekend with Mrs. Mable Harding and son Dawn Gifft went home with them to spend this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Penwell and two sons of near Chestnut Hill spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden and family. Carol Ann Gageby visited Carol Ann Noland in Bolivar one day last week. Mr. Fred French has been hous ed in for the past two weeks un- able to do any of his farm work Due to a dislocated disc in his back. Mrs. Ruth Clegg, Mrs. Kathryn Welty and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Covert and daugh- ters in Winchester Sunday night. The Mahoney family who has lived on The Hardy farm at Reed son moved last week to Duffields. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby, Joy ce and Carol Ann Gageby went to Luray, Va. Sunday and visited the cemetery there and decorated Mrs. Gageby's brothers grave James Potts who passed away one year ago in May. He was born and reared here. Lawn Festival June 21st Our first lawn festival will be Wednesday, June 21st here on the church lawn starting at 6:30 p. m. There will be plenty of good things to eat, so come and help yourself and'also a good cause. Miss Norma Lee Jenkins has accepted a position in Washing- ton at The Pentagon. Misses Dor rene Gageby and Judy Robinson have been there a year now and like it very well. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owens of Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers Monday evening. Miss AIana Sanford of Prince George, Va. has ben visiting her Tablers Station spent Sunday grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Maur with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spit- ice Pope and daughters for some zer and family. time. , Miss Pauline Hoffman of Har- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and pers Ferry visited Mr. and Mrs. daughter Barbara of Berryville, Bill Gifft and family Tuesday. Va. were visitors Sunday after- Mr. Wilmer Bagent who hasn't noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. been too well for some time went Elmer Wright. They were accom-to John Hopkins Hospital in Bal- panied home by his father Mr. timore one day last week for ob- Samuel Strickler who will spend servation and consultation. several weeks visiting them. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose en Miss Terry Anders of Charles joyed a picnic dinner Sunday Town is spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby with her grandparents Mr. and and son at their home near Reed Mrs. Bernard Ott and attending son. " .... Vacation Church School at the Sorry I had no news column Presbyterian Church. last week. I wish folks would help Miss Jennifer Gray was an over me to make the column more in- night guest Saturday of her bro teresting. Everyone enjoys read- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and ing our good Spirit of Jefferson. Mrs. Martin Grimes and family in Charles Town. Birthday Party 1 Private 6ary M. Viands Miss Sandra Spates was honor. ed with a party on her tenth bir- It |H! lll tfl P Ill rmllllv rthday, Thursday afternoon at the ..... . ,., v ..... home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates. Games were enjoyed along with refreshments of hot dogs, potato chips, birthday cake, root beer and candy. Many nice gifts were received. The guest list included Dawn Shafer of Ranson, Debra Lee Grimes and Diane Taulton of Charles Town, Cynthia Harding , and Junior Spates of Harpers Ferry, Carolyn Bowers and Deborah Stotler of Bolivar and the following from Halltown, Terry and David Pen- well, Donna Gray, Dora Mae Key es, Barbara Kirby, Allen Peacher and Donald Haines. Grown ups present were Mrs. James Taulton and Peggy Hite of Charles Town; Mrs. Buddy Albert of Brunswick, Md., Mrs. Floyd Spates of Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Charles Gi'ay, Mrs. David Penwel! Mrs. Charles Spates and Harold Spates of Halltown. Mrs. Gentry Muse and daugh- Mannheim, Germany (AHTNC) Army Pvt. Gary M. Viands, whose wife, Phyllis, lives in Ranson, W. Va. recently arrived in Germany and is now a member of the 51st Infantry. Viands, who is assigned to the Infantry's Hefidquarters Company in Mannheim, entered the Army in October, 1960 and completed basic combat training at Fort Ben ning, Ga. The 18 year old soldier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Viands, Harpers Ferry, attended Harpers Ferry High School. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Leetown I arm Women's Club will met at the home of Mrs. Vic- tor Blue on Wednesday afternoon June 21 at 1:30. The Aid Society of the Metho- dist Church will meet Fri. night June 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritts. Mrs. Margaret Harrell of Wash ington, D. C. is visiting her sister Mrs. B. H. Riddleherger in Char les Town. Viekie Bryant spent several days last week with Judy Furr. Kathy Blue had her tonsils re- moved in the Charles Town Hos- )ital Friday. ter, Mrs. Richard Johnson of evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and their sons Timothy and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Hillsboro, Va. were visitors Fri- day with the former's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spates and family. Mrs. Ella Spates of the Locust Grove Rest Home in Bolivar visited her son and on Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mr. and A delegation from the Charles Town Club motored to Martins- burg last Thursday evening to join with the Martinsburg Kiwan- !is Club at an inter-club dinner i and ladle's night staged at the Shenandoah Hotel. Berkeley Springs and the Petersburg Clubs also. joined with the host club for the evening. Francis Caton, President of the Martinsburg Club presided and had charge of the program which consisted of group singing, led by John Caldwell and special music by Mrs. J. Boyd Keller. Lt. Gover- nor John Handzo presented the Kiwanians from the visiting clubs. Governor-Elect John Hylton in- troduced J. Kenton Lambert, Gee ernor of the W. Va. District, who was the speaker of the evening. Ite said that this movement was started from the teachings of KaH Marx 43 years ago. In this short time Cmnmunism has spread over 4075 of the Globe. Communism is Atheistic in thou- ght, and teachers seubservience to the Government, which is a dir ect contrast to our ideals. He said that unless Americans do something about this Commun- istic trend; that all that our fore- fathers fought for from the Re- volution down to the present time would be lost. Governor Lambert was accompanied by Mrs. Lam- bert. Terms,Of The Will To Be Sunday Morning Sermon For Lutherans The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur- ch, corner Mildred street and Sev enth Avenue, Ranson announced Monday the following schedule of I services for Sunday morning, June 18: The Service at 8:30 a. m. and 11:00 a. m.; sermon, "The Friendly drivers and meter- " ed trucks increase your satisfaction, when you or-" der your fuel oil from us. Discontinuing Dairying, I will sell the Following Personal Property at my Farm, located 9 miles West of Charles Town, W. Va., 2 miles Southwest of Middleway, W. Va., 1 mile South of 3M Plant:, East Side of" Opequon Creek, Jefferson County. Follow Signs, on I BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. (D.S.T.) I I Chain No. 36 Holsteiw Cow, full flow of: lk. Chain No. 40 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk. Chain No. 30 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk. Chain No. 6 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk. Chain No. 37 Holstein Cow, full flow of ,milk. Chain No. 4 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk. Chain No. 15 Guernsey Cow, full flow of milk. The 7 cows above are open. Chain No. 22 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-3.61. Chain No. 27 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-6-61. Chain No. 17 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-25-61. Chain No. 47 Holstein Cow, freshen 5.20-61. Chain No. 42 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-13-61. Chain No. 20 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-17-61. Chain No. 32 Holstein Cow, freshen 5-25-61. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain No. Chain 9 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bz d back 3-16-61. 2 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5.19-61. 21 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5.15-61. 24 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5.29-61. 43 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 6-2-61. 34 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 4.5-6L 18 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5.1.61. 50 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back.5-10-61. 3 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 2-28-61. 1 Ayrshire Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5-1.1-61. No. 46 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, bred back 5-25-61. Chain Chaln Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain' Chain Chain No. 19 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, will be bred back by sale day. No. 13 Holstein Cow, full flow of ilk, will be bred back by sale day. No. 49 Holstein Cow, full flow of milk, will be bred back by sale day. No. 8 Holstein Cow, full flow-of mi!k, will be bred back by sale day. No. 33 Holstein Cow, will freshen 6-29-61. No. 16 Holstein Cow, will freshen 7-7-61. No. 39 Holstein ,Cow, will freshen 7-12-61. No. 26 Holstein Cow, will freshen 7-13-61. No. 25 Holstein Cow, will freshen 8.6-61. No. 41 Holstein Cow, will freshen 8-12-61. No. 23 Holstein Cow, will freshen 8-31-61. No. 35 Holstein Cow, will freshen 9-6-61. No. 12 Holstein Cow, will freshen 10-28-61, Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain Chain No. 61 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 7-27-61. No. 63 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 8-30-61. No. 68 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 9-1-61. No. 66 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 10-21-61. No. 64 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 10.27-61. No. 65 Holstein Heifer, first calf, will freshen 12-5-61. 4 Holstein Heifers 15 nonths old; 10 Holstein Heifer open; 3 Holstein Steers 4 months old; 7 Holstein Heifers 4 to 6 months old; 4 Holstein Heifer Calves, started; Holstein Bull Calf, started. This has been an accredited herd for 4 years. T.B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual health certificates will be given. This herd is worthy of prospective buyers. FARM MACHINERY Ford! Tractor with Humus Cult. and Corn Cult., bottom and disc plow; Silver King Tractor; Ferghson Disc Harrow; Co veyor, John beere'Drill, 3-Point Hitch Oliver Corn Planter; John Deere A Tractor; Allis Chalmers Tractor with Mower; McCormick-Deering Combine, 5.ft.; Lime Spreader, Rubber Tire Wagon, Dump Rake, Wag m Frazne, I. H. C. Corn Picker, Morrill Rake, Wood Saw, Springtooth Harrow, 1947 Ford Dump Truck, and other articles too numerous to "mentnon. TERMS:---CAHS. Nothing to be remove4 until settled for. MORROW and ORNDoRFF, Auctioneers. R. MORELAND, Clerk. e CHARLES TOWN PHONE 1-F-0il June 8 - 2t. (!