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June 19, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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" ~- - ---------~::-- - - - /be held at 11 o'clock fgllowed by B. Hughes. i Hughes. The financial askings on ference and recreation weekend ~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM] 'S ADVOCAT Ulhl IFqmdqk|tllkl [a picnic lunch at noon. A must- Two local boys, Wayne Hilllfor the year were decided upon. Mrs. Philip Landis and daugh-iat Ocean City, Md. last week. !THURSDAY JUNE 19 1969 " ] RA~ur|||WN teal program-, will be held in the and Larry Rouss, reported Tues-tThe plans for the celebration of ter Janet, returned to the homeI Mrs. Sadie Dolan, a resident of ' ' . mBr~w==== = v,~ afternoon with Mr. Sam Keenly, day for their physical examina- '~ the fiftieth anniversary of the of her parents in Sanford, Fla. on I the United Brethren Church ~ . ,- Mrs, M~ Smallwood of York, Pa presiding at the or- tions at Fort Hollabird, Md. Both ] church were discussed. The or- Sunday. They have been visiting I Home at Quincy, Pa. is spend- P211|,rnreA |F ~- [ 1969, at the University i :- - : ~ ~ :~ gin. The public is invited to at- boys left Tuesday with Larry re- L ganization will sell tote and cos- with Mrs. Landis' grandparents, [ ing some time visiting her daugh- aura a. ~va=v~ ah ~ annual Commencement. ~l ~ tend. j turning the following day while'~metic bags in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Itarlan James and]ter, Mrs. Bertie Watson, and rel- ~ . ~ L, ~ ~ ] Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ps ~usleal Program ~tmday t Miss Linda Rouss and James~ Wayne returned on Thursday. I Mrs. Phyllis Keene, her four other relatives here for the past ~ atives in the area. e,vea M. u. veme,Corso, 634 S Samuel St Cb Z~ The MYF of the Summit Point Johnston, Jr participated in the Wayne has enlisted in the U. S. I children and her niece, Darleen several weeks. The Landis have l Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Burch ~ ! m " $ Memorial United Methodist graduation exercises of Clarke Marine Corps while Larry enlist-iCombs, all of Manassas, Va are recently returned from a sojourn ]spent Memorial: Day weekend vis- gJ,~,m ~=~,~^ W~,h|mw$~ ] ~eeWn'frn:ree~elVT~em~v:sl$ Church will present a variety County High School, Monday, ,ed in the U.S. Air Force. Ivisiitnng the former's sister, Mrs. in Japan where Mr. Landis is l iting with their parents, Mr. and ||UI|I U~tl|~C w a~llill~lUii/.~: . ~" musical program in the church June 9. Tammy Bush, daughter of Mr. Robert Howell, Jr and family, based with the U. S. Navy. / Mrs. Randolph Burch and Mr.I,omversl~y. ~unday evening, June 22 at 8 Miss Rouss served as attendant 1 and Mrs. Robert Bush, met with i Rose Hill Farm. Rev. and Mrs. Clark Elliott] and Mrs Paul Dawson Mr Burch 'p --,At Commencement he O'clock. The program will in- to Brenda Cooper while Jimmy an accident last week when she t Mr. Lewis Chapman and fam- left on last Monday for a motor is a trainee at Great ~kes Naval aul J. Corso, Jr. was among/warded the Alec HorwitZ : ~ude solos, duets, quartets, served as attenclant to his cousin, fell down three steps while in lily have moved into the Robert trip to Naples, Fla. where they Station, Chicago, Ill. the 94 members of the Class of| for exceptional nroficiencYJ group singing, instrumental mu- Donald Breeden. the walker. Her eye either struck ~Bush property, will visit with Mrs. Elliott's I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roberts of 1969 receiving the M. D. degree| field of-surgery'. Dr. $c and a skit. The public is cor. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ware and the edge of the walker or the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. brother. They plan to return by ]Arlington, Va. were in the village from the George Washington Un-| serve his interr p ~ially invited three children of Lebanon Pa ~step resulting in a bad bruise. 1Paul Rowland were Mrs. Alonza an inland route in about ten lSaturday afternoon calling upon iversity of Medicine on June 8, General Hospital, On Tuesday night of last week were weekend visitors of his I Mrs Oral B. Hughes, Mrs. IlWelsh, her. daughiers, Martha, days. Ifriends" i - ~ Rev. Glenn Stevens called a mother, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware and Jonn ~mton, ~lrs. rLowara ~len-i~eggy ann riope, anu Ann ~c- Mrs. J S. Barnes and Mrs. I I committee meetin~ to initiate Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ware, Wood- dening, Mrs. Jonn mssler, ivirs. '~Kinny, all of Charms Town, Mr. Catherine Cross spent SundaYS ~ 1~ I $ ~ plans to celebrate the fiftieth an- byrne Farm. The former Wares Clarence Smallwood, m~nber~tof iand Mrs. George Dodge and son, afternoon in Martinsburg visiting| Jtt~dJ.fl ,~r~ ,~ 11 I niversary of the Kabletown Unit- have bought property consisting the K abl.etown Home I) mons a- ~Harry Carter and frmnd, L da the former's niece, Mrs. Mary ~ ~,~"~ I MIRrU I!,[ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ J ed Methodist Church The date of a home and five acres of tion ~mD, rdiss Anna ~c~arry Siler, all of Mardns~urg, ana lMyers Whittington. [ ~ TUDttlIP.MTMI: II [ [Irll~ll~l~ rl~lm~ was set for Sunda~ "Au~-,St 31 ~round in Ouakertown, Pa, near l of the Jefferson Home Demon- Mr. Clarence Merriman of Bruns-/ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley| ~ ,vvv, ~ i w m~ m~a mm m~ :Miss Margaret Ware, ~'Charles Philadelphia. They plan to moveistration .Club, ~iisses Dorothy i wick, Md were among the group of em-| ~9 WAI~IT~I~!~,| ApPl ibl~/f'E ~ENITi~i~ Town is chairman with the fop before fall t Jones ann ~aiss Jane~ ~3enaenmg ~r. ~aeivm wnne ann mem- ployees of H. & R. Block Tax ~ ~ ~ |,~a aL~,-~ ~, ~,~a~a~ lowin~ assisting her" Mrs Allen Mr and'Mrs Harry M Kable attended the area meeting of the bers of his family received word Experts attending a training con-/ ~ "~ ~~~-- / i~ible~, picnic luncl~; Mrs. Rob- announce the "birth of "a baby Home Demonstration Council in Monday of the death of their ert White and Miss Sue Ellen boy, Friday, June 13, who has Romf~ey on Friday at the School cousin, the late Mr. Dewey Car- Bush, worship; Mrs. Robert Sow- been given the name of Mark ers and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, Hamilton. Their two sons, Todd program; Mr. Harry Heskett, his- and Ty, are remaining with their torian. A circuit-w~e service will grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oral 104 E. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. DIAL 725-7321 R~. Value YOU PAY ONLY Clearly flawless The ~ater diamond of ove~ Keepsake oagagcffiaeat ring shows mo visible flaws to a trained ~ under I0 power magnification. Stop in andsee our DIAMOND RINOI, Largest Selection Of In The Mar tinsburg - Winchester & Charles Town Area PRODUCTS FROM: NOW ON DISPLAY Little or No Money Down -- See Us Today 230 W. Washington St. --- Charles Town W. Va. All Work And Merchan Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Hours Daily - 9:00 to 5:00 Friday. 9:00 to 9:00 Remember - If You Don't Know Your Watches, Know Your Jeweler --- for the Blind. registered for the day. The 1970 meeting will be held in Jefferson County. Mrs. Thomas Wolford. clerical assistant in the office of Selec- There were 215 roll of Elkins. Funeral services tive Service, Charles Town, ac- companied Mrs. Helen Townsend and Mrs. Frederick Byer, of Martinsburg, and Mrs. Bernice Wills, of Berkeley Springs, to Clarksburg where they attended a statewide Selective Service Conference. They left on Wed- nesday and re'turned Friday re- maining at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. Seven members of the local W.S.C.S. met Wednesday night, June 11, in the Sunday School room at 7:30. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Robert Sowers, president. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes conducted the serwce for the installation of officers and the recognition of new members. The minutes of May's meeting were read and approved. The treasurer gave the financial re- port. All outstanding bills were directed to be paid. Birthday dues were paid by Mrs. Oral B. PALACE THEATRE Downtown Winchester NOW PLAYING Eve. -- 7:00 - 8:55 Mat. --Frl. - Sat. - Sun. were conducted Wednesday. Miss Beverly Sharon Johnson (Chert), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rinehart Johnson, Front Royal, Va former residents of this village, was graduated this month as a history and phychol- ogy major from Radford College, Radford, Va. Her activities and honors at Radford included membership in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties during her junior and senior years, Student Court chairman, Student Government president, junior resident, Cotillon Club, Dean's List and Alpha Sigma Tan in which she received the out- standing senior award Top Tau. Chert has been accepted at Syracuse University for graduate work next year and has received a two-year assistantship of $5,000. She will do her graduate work in student personnel and plans to work in guidance or student ac- tivities on the college level. Chert is a grauddaughter of Mrs. B. F. Riddleberger, Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees. Ger- rardstown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford, their two children, and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood enjoyed a barbecue dinner Sunday after- noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rinehart Johnson and family, Front Royal, Va. NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fat/;:' Bldg.-Phone 725.5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. IIATIONWlOr ,~i MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Ii MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPJUff II | ~eer LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY | Locally Owned Insurane* Agen~e* Your Huring Deserces The Bestl $onotone of Hagerstown Roy B. Furr 733 South Potomac Street Phone: Hagerstown REgent 3-4242 Free Home Demonstration on l mt Ca. ill l Mrs. : arry Shirley The Wizard Clip Home Demon- stration Club met at the home of Mrs. Edward McKee, Sr on Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members answered roll call. De- votions were given by Mrs. Er- nest Watson on the theme Home- makers" and the lesson "Freez- ing Tricks" was presented by Mrs. Edwin Brown. Mrs. Brown told of the newest methods of freezing and gave some delicious recipes for freeze-ahead desserts featuring sctrawberries. During the business period, plans for the fair exhibit were made and an- nouncements relatives to sum- mer activities. Following ad- journment the hostess assisted by her daughter, Linda, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Edward McKee, Jr served a delicious re- freshment course. Considerable damage was in- curred by various property own- ers during the severe wind and hailstorm on Sunday afternoon. Most severe damage was to the house trailer occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mark Ring and their small son. The trailer was overturned. A chimney was blown down and the roof on the dwelling was damaged. In addi- tion, garage doors and a wagon were lifted by the wind and blownn some distance into an ad. joining field. Trees were uproot- ed and branches blown off, tem- porarily blocking roads and driveways throughout the area. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Anderson, of Florida, arrived on Sunday for a vacation. They are visiting Mrs. Charles Grove. Daily vacation Bible School will begin on Monday, June 16 through June 27, at 8 a.m. each morning at the Middleway Unit- ed Methodist Church. There will be classes beginning with nur- sery through teen.age and all children are welcomed as this is a co-operative school. Miss Sylvia Turner remains a patient in Charles Town General Hospital where she has been re- ceiving treatment for two weeks. (Deferred from last week) Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kearns of Falls Church, Va. are spending a few days at their home here. During the holiday weekend their daughter and granddaugh. ter Mr. Paul Hough and Kim, of Charles Town were their guests while Paul attended the automo. bile races at Indianapolis, On Memorial Day Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frye and their daughter, Judy, accompanied by the f0r- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Frye of Shepherds,own, picnicked -in the Berkeley Springs area and called upon Rev. and Mrs. C. S, Reckley, the former s pastor of Jefferson Cir- cult of the United Methodist , Circuit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearas, Mrs. Paul Hough, Miss Kimberly Hough of Charles Town, Miss Laura* Locke and Mr. Lee White were among those attending a picnic on Friday at the cabin of Leonard Whito on the Opeq. HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. 3 LOTS -- RIDGE STREET Beautiful River View Near Hilltop House. AUCTION WILL BE FROM THE SITE OF THE LOTS IN: In Harpers Ferry on: JULY 5th --. At 10:00 A. M. Estate of Elizabeth M. McDonald Bank of Charles Town, Executor PHONE 304-725-2071 June 19-26-July 3 SATURDAY, JUNE 21,- At 1:00 P. M. 105 North George St Charles Town, W. Va. I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: 2 pie safes; 6 cane bottom chairs, refinished; 3 wash stands; hall rack; ~ld secretary; bowl and pitcher set; Spanish love seat; sofa; vanity; wardrobe; chest o4 drawers; Chi~farob~; dinette set wi~h 6 chairs; China closet; gas stove; automatic washer; refrigerator; 2 old clocks; bookcase; day bed with mattress; mirrors; foot stool; 2 space heaters; 1 hand~nade schoolmaster's desk; Norelco electric shaver; Sabre saw; ,tool box; window sashes; basement sink; play pen;end table; utility cabinet; coffee table; air compressor; gasoline engine; old sausage grinder; 32 sheets o4 mixed mahogany paneling; new mixed quarter-round molding; block and f~ll; po~, pans, and other articles ,too numerous to mefition. Not Responsible For Accidents TERMS--CASH: Auctioneer. E. A, BOHRER Business Phone - 229-8354 Residence Phone - 229-4801 Clerk- CHARLES E. (Buddy) WARE June 19-1t- Michael Cotta You can't meet the dectrical of today with the circuits and of yesterday. Let us up-date give you more horsepower! able rates. DIAL 725-5516 For Fast, Expert Service N. George St. - Charles Town, When Your Mind Is On Medicine, Call Us SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1969 Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. 306 S. Church St. --- Charles Town, W. Va. To settle the Estate of the late Miss Winifred Browse we will sell the following: Duncan Phyfe table & 6 chairs; Boston rocker; 2 Vict- orian side chairs; drop-leaf table; Windsor style chair; high chair; fireplace set; fire screen; Singer sewing machine; brass kettle; wicker table; brass candle sticks; plank.bottom chair; Robbins & Myers floor fan; West. inghouse electric range; 2 metal top tables; pictures & picture frames; rugs; china & glass ware; old crocks; kitchen utensils; trunks; books; umbrellas; and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS-CASH: Auct.-MILLER Clerk-MORELAND THOMAS W. STEPTOE Executor Real Estate is advertised elsewhere in this paper and will be offered for Sale at 12 o'clock Noon. June12-2,- A community health team is as strong as the members on it." Your physician comeS first and then your pharmadst, who is college-trained professional member of our community health team. Pharmacists he t , It's our buStU serve your " DIAL CHARLES TOWN 725-2621 FOR SALE--TO SETTLE ESTATE PRIME DEVELOPMENT LAND SHENANDOAH VALLEY (Near Charles Town and Harpers Ferry) Approximately 356 Acres Locatfon: Fronts on both sides on U. S. Route 9 ap- proximately 11/2 miles south of Charles Town and 55 miles Washington, D. C. Ap- proximately 1 mile of land fronting on U. S. Route 9 and mile on secondary paved roads. Current Operation: Dairy Fa Ta BANK Of CHARLES TOWN- Trustee DAILEY TRUST PHONE 304.725-2071 May 29-TF- Toss out a handful around gas tankS, Pur s' silos, to clean out weeds all seaSOn" . C011$' Phone 725-7051 Ransou, W.