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R He received the Distinguished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard The Rev. and Mrs. Luther! Mrs. Wilson Whitmore and Mr. I to 34.75; medium butcher calves, Flying Cross with oak leaf clus- G. James celebrated her second Crady and children are visiting George Whitmore, Winchester, '25.00 to .9.75; thin calves, 24.75 ter, the Air Medal with oak leaf birthday on Monday, May 23. The their parents in Wilson, N. C., and Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert down; heavy calves, 23.00 to 30.00. cluster, and Bronze Star and the party was held at the picnic area Charleston, S. C. Mr. Crady will Distinguished Unit Emblem with of the Community Center. Guests attend the South Carolina Con- cluster, were Mrs. Mervin Ryman and ference which began on June 13. He is married to the former Joanie, Mrs. Faust Corso, Rose He will return to the parsonage Miss Lilli Myers Lorraine Garrett, of San Antonio, ;and Kathy, of Brunswick, Mr. and after June 19. There will be serv- ~] ~:~D.-~ ~ Texas and they have three chil- [Mrs. Robert James and son, of ices in the Methodist Church here , Gen. Douglas C. Polha- dren, two sons and a daughter. Calvin Heights, IIarpers Ferry, each Sunday unless there is no- a native of Berryville, Va., He is a brother of Mrs. J. Clive Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Southard, tice to the contrary. been assigned as base com- Myers. and Robin, Martlnsburg, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell d :r at Andrews Air Force Mrs. Cabel Tapscott and Mrs. Mrs. J. O. Chamberlin and Jeff- and Mr. and Mrs. Ricbard Myers e. He will succeed Brig. Gen. Owen Swimley and Mrs. Richard rey, Winchester, Mrs. John Dod- spent Sunday in New Market, Va., S. Chandler, who will be- Beardsworth, the latter two of son and son, Mrs. Robert James, with Mr. Gerreli's aunt, Mrs. Kate assistant deputy for the Berryville spent the past weekend Millville and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Colvin. )rogram at Wright-Patter- at Natural Bridgt, Va. liam Miller, Valley Road, Knox. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers en- Force Base, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker ville, Md. tertained at the Village House Polhamus is currently are receiving congratulations on Many lovely gifts were received Friday evening honoring her fa- ler of the 6100 Support the birth of a son on June 11 in and refreshments of birthday ther, Mr. Clinton Polhamus on in Japan. The son of C. M. the Charles Town General Hospi- cake, ice cream cones, punch, his birthday. Those present were aus was graduated in the tal. Mrs. Walker is the former mints and nuts were served. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Polhamus third of his class at West Miss Donna Myers. Mr. and Mrs. David Payne and and Miss Carrie Polhamus, Ber- Military Academy in 1938. LittleSonja Lynne James, daughter, Deborah Kay, recently ryville, Va., Miss Lillian Myers visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs and Miss Suzanne Myers. Ralph Payne, Harrisonburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Jennison As Committee for Mrs. Agnes Schumaker, we will sell at Sale the following articles located at the Morrell House, liarpers Ferry, W. Va. ~ turn right on Jackson St.- drive one block, turn left. 8ATURDAY - JUNE 25, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. 4 Poster bed, complete; large dresser ~nd vanity; round ~Valnut dining table and 6 chairs; walnut stand and mirror; serving table; mahogany desk and cabinet; maple set; large sideboard; 2 clothes racks; radio and vict- rola combination; several bookcases; magazine rack; several ~aetal filing cabinets; oak desk; stands; 3 piece living room library table; cedar chest; straight back and rocking llairs; Pictures and picture frames; several stands; small globe; suitcase and trunks; lot of books; electric fan; heat light; Vacuum cleaner; clocks; heaters; table and floor lights; hot Plate; waffle iron; lawn mower with cord; and iron; some silver ware; set white gold band Haviland china; wedge. ~Vood tea set; chocolate set; silver inlaid glass water pitcher; ~Uch more glass and china and bric-a-brac; Ward's refriger- ator; old typewriter and stand; hand lawn mower; oil heater; ~ll cans; window screens; stove pipe; lard cans; kitchen cabinet; cooking utensils; coal wood range; step ladder; garden t0b~; mahogany table; and~othet articles not lis~d.~ ..... ', .. I RMS: CASH -' Nothing to ,be removed until settled for. B nk of Charles Town, Committee For Mrs. Agnes Schumaker It. CLAY THARPE . Auctioneer C. W. MOORE Clerk June 16-2t- IESTER, VA. hal HOPPER / antoinette CRISTIANI / john FURLONG / Ztu LANCASTER / frank BOLGER/princess LIVINGSTON/nick WOLCUFF / lee BALLARD HANNA / mickey FOXX / f. rufus OWENS.., directed by RUSS MEYER Plus! "Return From The Ashes" STARTS SUNDAY GOLOR fie/DE I~](lieGIIt[MASCOPE Blue head grade lambs, 27.10; red head grade lambs, 26.00; red shoulder grade lambs, 25,85; Mrs. Lewis McCarty, Jr., Balti-i butcher ewes, 4.00 to stock more. ! ewes per head, none. Mrs. Nelson Kearns, Mrs. Mar-l Good butcher hogs, 25.00 to garet Grove and Nancy Grove [ 25.55; medium butcher hogs, 24.00 ited Mr. and rMs. George Hilliard to 24.75; heavy butcher hogs, 20.00 on Sunday. to 23.75; butcher sows, 15.35 to 18.25; heavy feeders and light The Edgewood Homemakers butcher hogs, 24.00 to 27.00; Club met at the home of Mrs. Gil- bert Creamer on Wednesday eve- shoats per hundred, 32.00 down; ning. Following the devotions led pigs per head, up to 18.00; boars, by Mrs. Ercel Boyd the lesson, 16.75 down; sows and pigs, up to How to Shop Discount Stores," 110.00. was presented by Mrs Norman Mislellaneous Sal Start 11:00 Whetzel. The club voted ten dol-, A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. lars to the Evergreen 4-H Club tEach Monday. for camp fees. During the social l hour the hostess served straw-I berry shortcake, coffee and tea, } and mints and nuts. The next[ meeting will be with Mrs. Boteler ] The Grace Baptist Church will and children who have been liv- Link, Jr. hold a Bible School from the ing at the trailer court have Ned Marshall flew to Dieter- ages of three to fourteen begin- moved to Parkersburg. Mr. Jen- scheim, Germany from National ning Monday morning, June 13nison graduated from Shepherd Airport, Washington, last Tues- By Kani Lane, Mgr. at 9 a.m. College in June and has accepted day. He will be employed this A number of folks gathered at a position in Parkersburg. summer in a furniture factory (:harles Washington Theatre the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gran- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Myers there. ville Mercer last Thursday eve- spent the weekend with relatives ning and gave a surprise in Terra Alta. _ .... -- away" party to Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Ed Southard and James Jamison and family. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell too- Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wishan tored to Stanley, Va., Sunday and and family, of Philadelphia, Pa. visited Miss Lillian Gage and recently visited his grandmother other relatives. Mrs. Grover Leith. Master Charles Lucas, of Hurt, Va., is spending some time with his brandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FRIEND IN NEED When you need insurance service, the facilities of this agency go into action to help relieve you of the worry, re- sponsibility, and multitude of demanding details that fallow a rnisf tmne, Isn't ttiig:f6fli r hat nsur- ance service should be . . . won't rou give us a call... LEI COB8 GU G AN [OW O Ed Hammond and aunt, Miss Ca- milla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Groleo- sky (the latter the former Miss Louise Wiltshire), of Laurel, Md., visited her- grand mother, Mrs. Lewis Sager, last week. They were returning home after touring the Eastern Coast. They stopped at Daytona Beach and on to Miami, Fla. They left just before Hurricane Alma. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harries, of Hagerstown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darr and Miss Mae Norris. Friends of Mrs. Harries are glad to know she is improving after having undergone heart surgery in a Baltimore hos- pital several months ago. ................. v, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1966 B--7 - -SA Y- - SELECT FROM-- m Mrs. Elsie Hamstead The Rev. James Tomasek, Jr., Silver Spring, Md., will be the guest minister at Grace Church on Sunday, June 19, at 9:45 a:m., worship service. Mr. Tomasek is associate in Christian Education for Central Atlantic Conference for United Church of Christ. Paxton Marshall, son of Mrs. PHONE 725-2211 Paxton Marshall and the late Mr. Here's where the ZZOOOMMMis/ We've got ZZOOOMMM in our gasolene -- New CITGO Premium... the gasolene certified by NASCAR ... and ZZOOOMMM in new CITGO Extra Range Motor Off. ... a new, extra rang= oil that gives greater protection. Community Oil Co., Inc. i hone 725-7021 Charles Town, W. Va. Marshall, received a Bachelor of Science degree at commencement exercises at Carnegie Tech last Monday. He will work in Pitts- burgh this summer and will en- ter the School of Law in the fall. Mrs. Victor Blue, Mrs. Paxton Marshall, Ned and Steve, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs R. A. Shanabraugh, Pittsburgh, and attended the graduation on Monday. John Kite and Larry Dunn, re- cent graduates of Shepherdstown High School, will enter the Auto Diesel School, Nashville, Tenn., on July 11, for a twenty-eight weeks training program. Ben Miller, having completed the first year at Hobart College, Geneva, New York, returned here on Tuesday to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Lige Miller. Dickie Creamer, Johnson Ever- hart, Mrs. R. A. Hammond Ky Marshall, Mrs. Paxton Marshall and Steve, attended the Presbyte- rian Rally at Paddy Run, near Star Tannery, Va., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Sturgis spent several days last week with friends near Rehobeth Beach Dela. Miss Nancy Boyd, Hyattsvflle, Md., pent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Boyd. J Mr. and Mrs. William Thomp. ] son and son, Leetown, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stuckey, Jr., Tues- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Zombro and children, Falls Church, Va., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro. Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Stride and Timmie, Shepherdstown, spent Sunday with Mrs. Edith Thomas. Friday will be the last class ses- sion for the Daily Vacation Bible School. Two other activities have been planned: a basket picnic supper, to be held at the church on Friday at 6:30 p,m.; and a pro- gram to be presented by the school on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Families friends are invited to attend both events. Mr. and Mrs. George Itflliard were among the board of direc- tors and their wives who were guests of Southern States Cooper. ative, at a dinner at Shady Re t last Wednesday evening. Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, June 13, 1966. Receipts of all classes moderate, with a good demand for all butch- er classes. Prime calves top, 38.00, fea- tured the sale. Choice butcher steers, 25.00 to 25.75; good butcher steers. 23.00 to 24.75; plain to medium steers, 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heif- ers none; good butcher heifers, 22.00 to 23.50; plain to medium heifers, 18.00 to 21.75; good bulls. 24.00 to 25.00; plain to medium bulls, 20.00 to 23.75; commercial cows, 200.00 to 21.00; utility cows, 18.50 to 19,75; canners and cut- ters, 18.00 down; cows by the head, up to 250.00; stocker and feeder steers, 23.00 to 30.00; stock heifers and bulls by the head, up to 145.00. Choice to przme calves, 35.00 to 38.00; good butcher calves, 30.00 t "THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES" Showing Wed. thru Tues., June 15 - 21 Flying machines that fly and those that can't are important members of this cast, garnering much laughter over their comic routines and many thrills over es- capades both on ground and in the air. They are aided and abet- ted by a cast of competent actors and comic comedians from a va- riety of places; by fine direction and competent production; by colorful settings; by action, in- trigue, an da bit of romance. The end result is a highly entertain- ing film that will garner much in the way of attention. Filmed in Technicolor. Read The Spi i-Advocate m EVERYTHING TO MAKE DAD HAPPY L E G G E T ' S -- WHERE YOU CAN CHARLES TOWN Always FREE PARKING O STORE For CUSTOMERS P t t The word is spreading--fast--that Ford Division is building the best cars it has ever built. And it's true. 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People everywhere are finding out just how much extra value we've built into today's Ford cars--extra value that's the reason why Ford sales have soared to an all-time high. Wagon buyers are excited about our Magic Doorgate --the greatest step forward in wagon convenience in years. It opens out like a door for people and swings down like a tailgate for cargo. It's standard equipment on all Ford and Fairlane wagons. And that's why Ford Dealers. leading from strength .. are now offering you the best deals ever. There are specially equipped, specially priced Fords, Fair- lanes and Mustangs, and special values on all our cars --across the whole line. See them soon. Car shoppers discovered a whole new range of com- forts and conveniences. 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