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--From The Files of The--- OF JEFFERSON-FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 Smith was elected of Perks Post Post American Legion at monthly meeting at Home in Charles Elsea of Front Royal, manager of the Cen Company in Char- replacing Fenton Col- received a promotion and was sent to Miss Betty L. Rus- of Mr. and Mrs. Har of Charles Town and E. Nicewarner, son of Raymond Nicewar- W. Va.; Miss Ann daughter of Mr. Charles Perry Goode, Court, became the Frank Eugene Shu- of Mrs. Eugene Shugart latter Mr. Shugart, Laur- , ttarpers Ferry. Mrs. Russell Miller an- engagement of their been Pastor of the Charles Town Methodist Church for the past 5 years was transferred to an assignment to Gaithersburg, Md. MARRIED: At the. residence of the bride in Charles Town, by the Rev. Albert B. Link, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Bridge- water, Va., Miss Frances Tabb to Robert Ernest Smith of Winches- ter, Va.; at Grace Church of the Brethren, Martinsburg by the daughter, Betty Lee to Staff-Sgt. Rev. Harold Snyder, Ernest O. Stanley J. Wakeman, son of Mr. Ware son of Mrs. John F. A. Ware and Mrs. Galen Wakeman of Edin and a young farmer of the Lee- burg, Va. town neighborhood and Miss Ed- John W. Irvin sounded the gay na Virginia Canby of Berkeley I el convening the first meeting of County; at the home of the bride's the Kiwanis Club of Charles Town brother in Hyattsville,, Md., Miss before a crowd of 90 Kiwanis Marquerite Hoffmaster of Mill- Club members and guests at the ville and Mrs. Foster Rowen of Thomas Jefferson Hotel. Mr.Ir- . Washington, D. C. vin rounded out 25 years of ser- The sale of the Riddle farm of vice in the club by cutting a mam mouth birthday cake made espec- i ially for this occasion. He was one of the charter members who have 25 years of consecutive member- ship, the others being Burns Huy- ~ett, John Y. McDonald, Jerry White and Melvin T. Strider. DIED: Clayton Hfiyslett Flem- ing, a retired farmer of the coun- i ty at his home in Summit Point. 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 The Rev. B. I. Barnes, newly ap pointed pastor for the Charles Town Methodist Church, deliver- ed his first sermon on Sunday, June 15th. The Rev. J. H. Haley who had of J. W. Hibbard's Sale we will sell at Public the Following Articles located at 418 East Liberty Charles Town, W. Va., on WEDNESDAy, JUNE 21, 1961 AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON (D. S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS Extension Table and 6 Chairs; 4 Iron Beds with and Mattresses; 2 Dressers, Wardrobe, Hall Piece Mirror; Wash Stand, Hall Rack, Frigidaire Refrigera- k-1 shape; Westinghouse Electric Stove with 4-Burn- shape; 9 Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Hat 3 Trunks, Small Chest, Ottoman, Singer Sewing Bed Linens, Pillows and Blankets, lqlectric Light, Lamps, Oak Library Table, Settee, Radio, Books, Rugs and Linoleum Rugs; Wardrobe, Mantel Clock, China and Glassware; Cooking Utensils, Some Canned Kitchen Cabinet, 4-Burner Oil Stove, Oil Heater, Ladder, Snow Scoop, Garden Tools, Large Stone Jar, Can, 2 Porch Rockers, Other Articles that are ~entioned. On Day of Sale. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN TRUSTEE. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. W. MOORE, Clerk. 8 a,nd 15- 2t. -- ............. TT R ANSON, WEST VIRGINIA Thru Friday--1 SHOW ONLY---8:00 P. M. SATURDAY--3:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P. M. 160 acres west of Halltown to Dr. Marshall Glenn was announced. 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 DIED: At her home in Charles Town, Mrs. Susan R. Carroll; at his home north of Charles Town, George W. Moore. MARRIED: At the home of the bride's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. Rissler on the Kabletown pike, Miss Beulah F. Engle to Mr. Calvin Henshaw, both of the county, the Rev. O. D. Lambert performing the cere- mony. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 Misses Ella and Elizabeth Fou. ke sold a dwelling at the corner of George and Congress St., Char les Town to C01. John T. Gibson for $2,000. DIED: At Shenandoah, Va. J. W. Osbourn, formerly of Shep, herdstown; in Charles Town, Mrs. Nancy Dalgarn; in Charles Town J. Mack Winkler and J. Randolph Fellers. MARRIED: In the Methodist Church, Shepherdstown, by the Rev. A. A. P. Neel, father of the bride, Samuel J. Johnson of Lees- burg, Va. to Miss Beulah Neel; in Shepherdstown by the Rev. Geo- rge G. Everhart, Mrs. Emma Young of Shepherdstown to John M. Wareham of Hagerstown, 80 YEARS AGO -- 1881 - MARRIED: In Charles Town by the Rev. P. H. Whisner, Jesse E. Bailey and Miss Alice Elizabeth Hansucker; at Kahletown by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, H. S. Waple of Washington to Miss Rosa E. Langdon, daughter of William Langdon; in Charles Town by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, E. V. Kerche- val of Berryville, Va. to Miss Ida Mercy Dooley of Charles Town. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 G. Bell Mason and George W. Lambright, both of this county started in business in Knoxville, i Tenn. '- Richard Kerwan died suddenly in Harpers Ferry. Charles Aglionby was elected a director in the Jefferson SavingsI Bank in Shepherdstown to suc- i ceed William G. Butler. 25c . FRIDAY --DOUBLE and 8:00 P. M. -- ADULTS 50c \ JUNE 15 - 16 FEATURE-- Radio- Television - Hi Fi Stereo t to our nation! Radios, Television, Appliances West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. I.el's talk SUNDAY MONDAY . TUESDAY about vitamins JUNE 18 - 19 and 20 Come! THE MISFITSON THE LoosE! g ble MBhroe Elifl in Iwtu UNf~ Thelma RAter. Eli Wallach Y - THURSDAY JUNE 21 - 22 ROUSING INDIAN COLOR HTIS! THE leteA~O ,~IU UN*reD AIT~SI~ Vitamins are the one product yo/1 must take on faith. You can't see them, taste them or smell them. That's why it's doubly im- portant always to buy vitamins in a DRUG store, where you haw specialists to advise you and where you are assured of getting full value for your money. (Some non- drug-store outlets, you know, charge from four to ten times as much for vitamins of the same potency your pharmacist offers.) So, get the very good habit of buy- ing all_health items at a DRUG storc--~s one. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Church Services Morning prayer and sermon will be held at St. John's Epis- copal Church on Sunday, June 18 at 9:30 DST by the pastor Rev. Temple Wheeler. Sunday School will be at 10:30. Mrs. Fredia Hinton and daugh- ter Brenda from Clearbrook, Va. visited on Saturday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chapman, Mrs. Paul Chapman and children Don and Nancy were dinner Dinner guests at Mr., and Mrs. Custer caller. 160 people attended Elwood Breedens were Mr. and this dance sponsored by RurRan Mrs. Floyce Richard, son Marshall Lynn, Mrs. George Breeden and sons George and Julian from Char les Town, Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel, Mrs. Myrtle Whetzel and Sonny Miller from Bealtsville, Md. and callers in the afternoon were Mrs. Lena LaVaccina son Jerry and Jess, Ann, Paul Lee from Winchester, Va. and Mrs. Molley Hillard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magaha at i tended a Square Dance at Mich- ael Rice's Barn on Saturday night at Greencastle, Pa. with Curley Club. Birthda.y Birthday Plenie A picnic was given in honor of Mr. AUstin Ntcodemus and his nephew Dennis Whittin on bir- thday which was held at Pleasant View. Others there to help them to celebrate their birthday were Mr. and Mrs. H/B. Nicodemus Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whitting- ton and Jonathan, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Sr., sons Roger Lee and Perry Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Jr. son David Mrs. Dallas Kibler and children sPmrr OF JEFFERSON THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 tl ii i r.v.M ns ADVOCATE 5--B Eynon, Cheynne, Robin and Rich ard Kibler. Miss Hockensmith Has 4ssm Summer Post At Bank Of Charles Town Miss Margaret Hockensmith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~: Hockensmith, has been employ ed by the Bank of Charles Town for the summer months. She as- sumed her new duties on Monday of this week. Miss Hoekensmith was gradua- ted last week from Southwestern a well known Presbyterian Col- lege in Memphis, Tenn. with a de gree of Bachelor of Ar[s, major- ing in mathematics. Beginning with the Fall term in September Miss Hockensmith will be an assistant on the faculty of V. P. I. at Blacksburg, Va. where she will teach mathematics. guests on Sunday at the home of Miss Edna Roper. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven from Summit Point and Mrs. Stan ley Boyd were callers on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broy Jr. and sons visited in Alexandria, Va. on Sunday at the home of Mrs. My- rtle Weller. On Vacation Mr: and Mrs. Cecil Crouchard and family are on a vacation visit ing relatives. They visited Mrs. Crouch's sister Mr. and Mrs. Dane Wade in Minneapolis, Minn. and they visited Mr. Crouch's parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crouch of Sed- alia, Mo. On the way home Mr. and Mrs. Crouch will spend a few days with Mrs. Croueh's aunt Mrs. Molley Crable of Wooster, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo and Mrs. Hunter Lloyd spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md. visit- ing Mrs. Austin Green. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Whitmire from Front Royal, Va. Mr .and Mrs. George Griffith and Debbie spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md. visiting Mr. and i Mrs. Hermon Copley and daugh- ter Cheryl. Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Lee from Washington, D. C. were dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. Lee's sister Mr. and Mrs. Hay ward Boyd. Debbie Griffith, Martha Adams and Steele Bush is attending Bib- le School for two weeks at the Charles Town Methodist Church. Thursday evening Mary Ran- dolph Smith had a guest, a room mate Joe Ann Hooe from Pitts- burg, Pa.. On Friday Mary Ran- dolph Smith and Joe Ann Hooe was accompanied by Ruth Rogers Smith, Miss Elizabeth M. Smith, Miss Ann W. Smith and Elizabeth R. Smith going back to University of N. C. at Chapel Hill where the two girls are students. From there they went to Blacksburg, Va. and was guest of Robert R. Smith which is a student at V. P. I. Rob- ert accompanied his sisters and aunts home on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wilt and[ Mrs. Harry Moffett spent the weekend in Lexington Va. visiting Mr. Wilt and Mrs. Moffett's sister Mrs. W. L. Burks. Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. and children Jimmy and Pat spent Sunday to Thursday visiting her father Mr. James Cummings of Oal$ Hill, W. Va. Miss Lucille Heflebower and Miss Frances Heflebower is visit- ing in Marion, Ohio visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Anders. Martha Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams spent Fri day with her cousin Mary Helen Magaha in Charles Town attend- ed the movies the occasion was Mary Helen's 6th birthday. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Molley Hillard were Mrs. Lena LaVaccia, son Jerry, Paul Lee, Ann Lee and Jess Lee from Winchester, Va. THROUGH ARRANGEMENTS WITH LOCAL BANKS AND COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORPORATION WE HAVE SECURED $150,000.00' TO LEND TO QUALIFIED PERSONS WHO NEED AND WANT BETTER TRANSPORTATION. THIS MONEY IS AVAILABLE TO FINANCE ANY OF THE LARGE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS IN STOCK. LOOK AT THIS PARTIAL LIST. STOCK NO. 010 - FALCON TUDOR - Heater, Standard Transmission, Blue NO. 102 - FALCON FORDOR - Radio, Heater, Fordomatic Deluxe Trim, Green & White NO. 490---FALCON FORDOR - Radio and Heater, Padded Dash, Deluxe Trim, W-W Tires, B-U Lights, Green NO. 196--FALCON FUTURA--R. & H., FordOmatic, W-W Tires, Backup Lights, Black. NO. 976--FALCON WAGON 4-DR. - R. & H., De- lux Trim, 101 H. P., W-W Tires, Padded Dash, W-C, Aqua. NO. 954--FAIRLANE2 FORDOR - R. & H., V18, Fordomatic, W-W Tires, Aqua & White. NO. 954--FAIRLANE FORDOR - R. & H., V18, W-W Tires, Padded Dash, Green & White. NO. 122--FAIRLANE 500 4-DR. - Heater, W-W Tires, Wheel Covers, 6-Cyl., Blue. NO. 193--FAIRLANE 500 4-DR.- R. & H., V-8, Fordomatic, W-W Tires, Wheel Covers, Blue and White. NO. 953--GALAXIE 4-DR.- R "& H., 220 Eng. Com., W-W Tires, B. P. S., W-C, B-U Lights, White Over- 57 FORD CUSTOM 300 4"DLr''" Radio, Heater, Fordomatic, V-8, Engine Just hauled, I Local Owner. Runs 58 DODGE ROYAL HARDTOP-- Heater, V-8 Engine, PowerfUte, White Tires, Good. CHEVROLET Impalla Hardtop-- Radio, Heater. 230 HP, V-8, Powerglide, White Tires, 1 Owner, Like New. 60 55 BUICK SPECIAL TUDOR-- 54 Radio, Heater, Straight Tr~nsmission. CHRYSLER Windsor Deluxe Tudor. Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission, Power Steer- ing, 36,000 Actual Miles, Cicero as a Pin. 59 WILLYS Jeep Station Wagon-- Economical Transmission, OnlY 9,000 Actual Miles, Nylmt White Wall Tires. 56 FORD FAIRLANE TUDOR-- [TT D hauled. ,~YO.URSELF=, CHEVY 210 TUDOR-- Radio, Heater, NeW Pa/nt~ "(~eaa. ' With the 56 DODGE CORONET 4-Door--- Radio; "eater, PowerfUl, tr n aission, Looks and SONOTOtE ll[sO Gi Runs Like New. VEREI H 60 VALIANT V-200 4- Door-. Radio, Heater, Straight Stick, Red with White Tires, OurFirst Eyeglass HearingA'd 58 FORD Owner, Low Mileage, Ltke300N.W.Tudor.. with all these better hearing CU TO /[ benefits: Ra~Uo. Heater, FordomaAic, New Red and White Paint Natural Telephone Listening ,]rob, Extra Clean. . Normal Listening Zones Cold Weather Power 60 FORD STARLINER--- o AutematicVolumeControl Radio, Heater, 300 HP, Y-8, Cruiseomatic, Power Steering, and Brakes, Loaded With Extras. Straight Line Sound Conduction Binaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour Comfort Color Choice New Clarity 56 OLDSSuper 88 Hardtop.. Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Jet Black,with White Tires, Sharp. 55 FORD Customline Tudor-- Radio, Heater, V8~ With Straight Transmission. 54 PLYMOUTH 4-Door-- , Radio, Heater, Very Clean.- 'SEE OR CALL ANY OF JOE SUTTON DOUG COOPER If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" may solve your hearing problem. NO. 207--GALAXIE 4-DR. - R. & H., 202 Eng., Cruiseematic, P. S., W-W Tires, W-C, Black NO. 627---STARLINER HARDTOP--375 HP, High Performance, Overdrive, 4:11 Locking Nylon W-W Tires, R. & H., Elec. WPR., Red and White NO. 691--SUNLINER CONV. - R. & H., 220 HP, V-8, Fore., W- WTires, Wheel Covers, White NO. 561--F.100 STYLESIDE PICKUP---6-Cylinder, Heater, Turn Signals, Red NO. 502--F-250 STYLESIDE PICKUP - 6-Cylinder, Crest Cap., 4-Sp. Trans., H. 700x16 6-Ply, Green NO. 639--F-600 Cab and Chasses . 174" W. B., Cust. Cab, 5-Sp. Trans., 2-Speed Axle, Spring TBuild-up, Heater, 825x20 10-Ply, Westcoast Mirrors, White NO. 847--ECONOLINE PICKUP - Heater, 6-Ply Tires, Red NO. 875--ECONOLINE BUS - R. & H., ust. Cab, 6-Ply Tires, 2nd and 3rd Seats, Tutone Paint, Padded Dash, Turquoise and White 59 FORD Custom 300 Tudor-- Ra~lio, Heater. Straight Shift, Green and White with White Tires, 1 Owner, Excellent Condition. 56 CHEVROLET 210 Wagon-. I~tdio, Heater, Powerglide 60 FALCON Tudor Wagon-- Badio, Heater, DeLuxe Trim, Chrome Luggage Rack Real Economy, Up TO 30 MPG, 56 MERCURY 4-Door-- Fully Equpidded, 1 Owner, Low Mileage. 59 FORD Country Sedan Wagon-- Radio, Heater, 220 HP, V-8, Cruiseomatic, Brand New White Tires. A Real Good One. 56 FORD Ranch Wagon--, R4tdio, Heater', Straight Shift, Good White Tires. Extra Clean. 60 F-600 STAKE-- .... He&teL V-8; 2-Spd. Axle, 8.25x20 Tires, H D Springs, Low Mileage, Like New. 59 F 250 STYLESIDE PICKUP Heater, V-8, 4-S~ T~uismlssion, Good Tires. New Paln~, ~tms Good. 57 Ton-" Heater. V,-8, 4-Speed Transmission, Engine Just Over- hauled. 54 FORD Ton Pickup-- Hea r, 6-Cylinder, Dark Green. 53 DODGE 2'Ton Dump.. $.25x20 Tires, Good Dump and Hoist, 52 INTERNATIONAL 3 -Ton-- Heater, 4-Speed Transmission, 6-ply Tire, l'Owner, Ext~ Clean, 51 INTERNATIONAL -Ton Pickup-- ' Runs Good. 49 CHEVY 3 -Ton-- Engine Just Overhauled. THESE FORD SALESMEN: G. L. VIRTS E. M. WHITING Home Phone 402 Home Phone 774 Home Phone 279-W Home Phone 1056 SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerst0wn, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 O P E N WEEK NIGHTS 6:30 to 9:00 P. M. PHONES: 212 * 213 - 248