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-- " m0nd, Va., 1Wfss Louise Rowland, daughter of Mrs. Clifford Talmud ge Rowland and the late Mr. Row land of Summit Point, became the ) bride of Mr. Thomas William King Jr., son of Mrs. Thomas Wit --From The Files of The--- liam King Sr .and the late Mr. King formerly of Chattanooga, OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE Tenn. f June (Slusher) Bohrer Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gibson o By:--Mrs. Marlinton are announcing the en gagement and approaching mar- AGO-- 1951 Isu eeds C C. Taylor of Mic hi- tinge of their only daughter Char males to Nelson T. Dailey, son of ave of absence of nine Igan" 'Mrs. James Dailey and the late 3 days Ephraim Day I. MARRIED'. . Miss Helen Joseph- i James A. Dailey of Charles Town. d to his post here as[me FrRts, daughter of Mr. and: DIED: Albert A. Davis, well e Charles Town City IMrs Harold Fritts of near Char- known in the county in the Pine- ng his leave of absen- I les Town and Mr. Charles Craig crest Sanatorium, Beckley, W. Vs. serving, with the Uni- [Spiker,. son of Mr. and. Mrs. C. W. I .----- krmy ISplker of Kearneysvflle were un- |illor'mainrtav nf fho [ited in marriage in Hagerstown, 20 YEARS AGO- 1941 sta-ff-w-l o i(ch[ IMd. by the Rev. Scott R. Wagner; ' DIED: At Emergency Hospital, .s v "lMr and Mrs John A Beam of I Washington, D, C. S. Van Lippitt no-rungame a- v. [Shelby, N. C. announce the mar-+a native of Charles Town; in Char The score was 9to Irlage of their daughter Joy Ann lotte, N C., Mrs. H. M. Moffett, ked the second time Iand John Moncure Daniel Jr. of widow of the Pastor of the Char. 11 career in a Legion IAlexandria, Vs.; by the Rev. Stun iles Town Presbyterian Church : Miller has turned I ley Hauser, Miss Nancy Moss Step: from 1912 until 1918. Wilbur S. Gladhill, stock deal- performance on the I toe, daughter of Mrs. Philip Pen- er and known to most farmers I dleton Steptoe of Charles Town l rn Moore of Winches Ibecame the bride of Mr. Stanleyhomein JeffersOnin UnionCuntY'Bridge, hiShe yville, Vs. was elec-]Elmer McKinley of Washington, was a weekly visitor at the Blue of the National Ap- ]D. C. in the Zion Episcopal Chur- Ridge Livestock Auction. of the organization's {ch in Charles Town; In St Peter's For having the highest average in St. Louis. He "Roman Catholic Church in Rich- among the girls and boys in the Senior class of the Charles Town High Schol during the year, Betty | Bailey and John Gore were award ! HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. 340---2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. - THURSDAY JUNE 21 - 22 -SATURDAY JUNE 23 - 24 WESTERN CLASSIC "WARLOCK" In Color T CtlbIIC0LOR HENRY FONDA - MON. - TUES. JUNE 25 - 26 - 27 once h 3000 years.., anything like ed a book entitled "I Dare You" ,tington both of this county written by William H. Danforth. W.E. Taylor of Williamsport, family of Berryville, Vs. were Sun ------- Md. leased the Sappington Hotel day evening guests of Mr. and 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 [ in Charles Town wereMrS" a weinerThey Funds were being accumulated [ 90 YEARS AGO --- 1871roast. for the constructmn of a new Me. . ....... Mrs. Charles Adams, children thodist Church building at Mill- .. tournamem was ne u on Martha and Chuckey spent Friday ville, the cost estimated at $12,+ [ raaaoci arm, west .or t nares and Saturday at Westmoreland . _ [Town. uccesslm mgnts were State Park near Fredericksburg, I I I iI I William T. Spotts, Thos. J. Van- Va. with her sister and family Mr. Hartford Liability Insurance covered the first historic UNITED NATIONS meeting af,. San Francisco " in 1945. Preparations for the meeting were so thorough that eleva- tors were entirely dismantled and inspected, electrical facil- ities were checked, lighting carefully adjusted to eliminate possible accident.causing shadows, and chauffeurs were specially trained! As Hartford. Agents, thor. oughness is a hallmark of our service--whether analyzing your personal insurance needs or studying your busi- ness operations for possible loss exposuPes, Im m mm moAzf. "r~ WlT~O Im~W~E ~ ~J[~ .~ Settle the ]Estate of the late Annie Virginia, Sites,, , , ~, ; -,, seB the Following Personal Property located at 208 + II IIII I ~ongress Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on - ' BEGINNING AT 10:00 A l~I (D S. T.) HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. i New DuPont"Lucite"Hnusa Paint brings totally new beauty to brick, stone or stucco. Extremely easy to apply, "Lucite" House Paint dries in 30 minutes, gives a lovely, flat finish, retains the distinctive texture of the surface, lasts for years and years I Piano, G. E Stove and Refrigera, tor, Universal Machine, 2 Old Walnut Beds, Single Walnut Bed, and Mattresses; Oak Bed, Dresser and Wash Stand; Walnut Bedroom Suite, Antique Cherry Chest of Large Oak Buffet, 2 Oak Stands, Oak Rocking Hall Tree, Morris Clmir, Wing Chair, 2 Occasional Sectional Book Case, Towel Rack, 5 Porch Clmirs, Chairs, High Chair, 10 Straight Chairs, Very Cradle, Stool, Console Radio (good condition); Coffee Antique Hand Painted Tray, Kitchen Pie S$ffe, Zinc Tubs, Commode Chair, Electric Sweeper with Bissells Carpet Sweeper, 2 Ferneries, Old Bench, Screens, 10, 6, and 5-feet; Adjustable Electric Window Heater, Sunbeam Mix-Master, 2 Electric Irons, Frames, Window Screens, Howel Brown Map of County, Clock% Lot of Pictures and Picture Frames; Large and Small Lamps, Wash Bow~ and Bed Pan; Basins, Gladstone Bag, Suit Cases, Curtain Ironing Board, Thermos Jug, 9x12 Woolen Rug, (}lson Rug, 9x12 Rug Pad, 9x12 Linoleum Rug, Miseel- Wool .and Rag Rugs. some hand maple; Pillows, Bed including some Old Quilts, Feather Bed, Curtains, Old and new; Old Castor Set with Bottles; Kitchen G. E. Toaster, Grill and Waffle Iron, Lot of Bot- and Crocks, Garden Tools, and Many Other At,i- numerous to mention :--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. JAMES D. SITES, ADMINISTRATOE. THARPE, ' Auetion~r:+ Clerk. same time and place and on the same terms as I will sell the Fallowing Household Equip Rose Tea Set, Single Walnut Bed, Three- ,Mahogany Bed, Springs and Mattresses; Dresser 1 Occasional Chair, 2 Old Wicker Bottom Porch Rocker, Long Plate Glass Mirror, Manning-Bowman Electric Percolator, Cake Miscellaneous Dishes, Jardlniers ~nd Flower ,9 x I2 Fibre Rug, Miscellaneous Small Wool and Pair of Spring Scales, Shirt Waist Box, Lamp Itoover Sweeper with attachments; Old Trunks, Bed Clothes, Table Linen, Kitchen Utensils, Side ~ 'Electric Heater. J. C. ROBERTS Will Be Served by La~lies of the Summit, Point 1 Church I'5 - 2t HOUSE PAINT 16 Beautiful Colors and White PEOPLES SUPPLY 000 On the building committee lent, Mr .and Mrs. Pete Griffith, I that these two items would make SPIRIT OF J-EFPEI ON ADVOCAT] were Arthur Webb, Willis Hoff- daughter Debbie from Ranson, l the work of trimming the hooves man, Mrs. H. H Plowman, Rob. Mrs. Herman Copley and daugh-;of the sheep and treating the THURSDAY.........__._.._._L' JUNE 22, 1961 -------. 5---B ert L. Hoffmaster, Thomas W. i ter Sherry Marie from Baltimore, i sheep much easier. It was point- Wilt and Ben Cameron. Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Car- : ed out by thorough trimming of other than clipping and liming I Ferry, W. Vs. DEATHS: In Charles Town, roll Sr. and son Kenneth Lee Car i the hooves and proper use of the whenever the lime was needed. I Graduates of the school are Miss Annie Quinn Miller; at her roll. I foot bath, foot rot can be control. One other item that was of great j qualified in the repair and main- home west of Kearneysville, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler at- { led. Plans for making the two a- interest was the study of the var- I tenance of highly technical elec- Rosa J. Creamer, wife of Thomas tended the area redevelopment / bove items are available in the ious types of self feeders for hogS. I tronic, communication and radar J Creamer; at Radford, Vs. Major conference held in Beckley, W. I County Extension Office. It was pointed out that by using I equipment used aboard Navy J. Ogden Murray, formerly,+ of Vs. on Thursday also visited I A very simple method of treat certain feeders, one could save as I ships. Cnaries Town; at nis home Lee friends in Beckley. They went on I ing cattle for the control of cat much as 5% to 10% in feed was., House" Leetown, Ep nraim C. Tat- to Charleston and returned home I tie grubs was also demonstrated tage. Information on this study is I Historic antique table found in son. on Saturday night. While the Riss Information on this is laso avail, rasp avaua le. [White House ...... ""O" lers were gone Miss Jane Rissler ] able. Reyman Memorial Farms locat I .............. , ou - visited her aunt and uncle Mr. [ In the afternoon the speaker ed at Wardensville is a part of] II III I IIIII MARRIED: In Camden, N J, and Mrs. Melvin Rissler at Kable-[from Penn. State University point W Va. Agriculture Experiment Station. Visitors would be Tel. [ Anthony Kennedy, formerly of town and.Miss Pat and Susan Riss l ed out that good quality roughage come there any time. I Charles Town to Miss Catherine ! ler visitea with Mr. and Mrs. John I is one that contains 60 to 70% to Conrad of Camden; at the home, Grove. I tal digestible nutrients He gave [ of the bride in Clarke County by Pat Heflebower spent the night Inn example of when cows were Ijo eph Lo wmi m$0 ] the Rev. R. U. Brookin, Richard with Marie Penwell at Myerstown, fed a roughage that was 64% Buckner Smith to Miss Amie Wil Pat attended the family reunion TDN they consumed 36 lbs. a day From N vy [ Radio- Television- liam Smith, daughter of Mrs. with the Penwell family at Brad. t and produced 40 lbs. of milk. Smith and the late WilIiam D. dock Heights, Md. on Sunday. I When TDN dropped to 58% they Smith of Clarke County. 'Mr and Mrs Cecil Crouch and! consumed only 26 lbs. and pro- Hi Fi Stereo Mrs Lewis H. Hyde of New family returnect from their vacat- duced only 30 lbs of milk. I Eiectromcs School I York, gave $13,000 to aid in the ion on Saturday [ Those present were shown a pas construction of a hospital in Win ......... .... tMr Iture field that had been seeded[ San Francisco (FHTNC) Thirty[WEBB#S chester, Va. Mro Elwood reeden were d w r 22 years and was very nine Navy men were graduatedI DIED- Near Rippon, Mrs Lizzie .%'' ?" . .... W e, e1 lush in its growth This 40 acre June 9 from the Eloctronics Tech I . " Mr. ana ars.w, ....... , ..... Chpp, wife of James A. Chpp .... an Mo] pasture held has carried each nician School at the Treasure Na-[ a a'.J,U9 near Summit Point Randolph Cus at the Breeden summer a total of 50 head of beef val Schools Command, San Fran-l -- ,. ter. 7 "" ", o. e e Mr cattle. Fertilization of this field cisco, Calif. [ appliances home unuay az ernoon w r " "a .......... .............. a-- n s oeen me equxvazent oz Among the graduates is Joseph[ West Washington Street 8 anu Mrs rtowar t ougn anu z m s 1 " " 80 YEARS AGO -- 18 1 "" + .....t Miss Nanc - lb of 10-10- 0 fertilizer per acre L Williamson, seamon, USN, son [ ...... MARRIED: In Baltimore by the Yreet m f :mme rles Town, per year. This is the only treat- of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Williamson } unarles TOWn, W. VS. Rev: Dr: S:. K Cox, .Charles. A. Sonny Miller from Md." ment the pasture has received of Washington, Street, Harpers III IIIII II I watson to r anme wnm Mr and Mrs Dick Kibler and .... Air conditioning--an extra-cost option that gives you fingertip temperature control. Try it. ~Lb vactor, James J. West and James A. Urton. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Church Services Sunday School will be held at St. John's Episcopal Church on June 25 at 10 o'clock DST and morning prayer and sermon will be at 11 o'clock DST by the pas- tor Rev. Temple Wheeler (Note the change in time just for this Sunday). The Episcopal Church women of St. John's Rippon, met at the home of Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Jr. June 14 at 2 p. m. The meet- ing began with devotions led by Mrs. Nicodemus. All members re. spending to roll call with a verse of scripture. Those members in attendance were Mrs. Oscar Lloyd Mrs. Woodrow Adams, Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mrs. Hayward Boyd, Mrs. Warren LaRue and Mrs. Harry Nicpdemus Jr. After all the necessary business had been dis- cussed the ladies embarked on the first in a series of lessons entit. led "The Words of Our Worship" by Carroll E. Simcox The meet- ing was concluded as usual with the serving of refreshments by the hostess. " Surprise Birthday Dinner A surprise birthday dinner was given by friends and relatives to Mr. J. L. Chapman in honor of and Mrs John Kackley and four children of Berryville, Vs. The Kackley's are vacationing at the park for the week and will leave there to go to beach in Delaware for a week. Mrs. Charles Adams and child- ren visited with Mrs. Mitchell Boyd in Winchester, Vs. Monday. June 5th the Shenandoah Square Dance was held at the barn of Charles and Elizabeth Adams with 50 people attending from Berry- ville, Va., Front Royal, "Vs., Hag- erstown, Md. Calling were Curley Custer, Fred Bell, Danny Miller and Milt Neidlinger. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus visited on Saturday night at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Fred Pope of Berryville, Vs. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry MelIa and sons Terry and Paul from Falls Church, Vs. for the week-! end. I IIII I PHONE 17 Charles Town, W. Va. BY J. E. SAVILLE COUNTY AGENT Dairymen Take Note The Holstein Twilight Meeting sponsored by the Eastern Panhan his birthday on June 11 at the dle Holstein Breeders Organizat- home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chap- ion will be held Wednesday, June man. Others there to help Mr. 28th at 8:00 P. M. D. S. T. at the Chapman celebrate his birthday W. E Walker Farm near Zoar in were Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey, son Jefferson County. Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hes- All dairymen are invited to at- tend this meeting The program will consist of judging of dairy cows, guessing contest in regard to milk production of cows, talks on the following subjects: How to Prevent Summer Slump in Milk Production, Your Breed Organiz- ation and the New Bull Stud Farm. This meeting has been well at- tended in the past and everyone is welcome again this year. Mr Walker has a high produc- Fathers Day on June 18. Those tion herd of purebred Holsteins, present for the occasion were Mr. is milking in a new 48 cow barn, and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and produces his own forage and pur. family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anders chases most of his concentrate. from Charles Town, Mr .and Mrs. His herd contains animals that Glen Myers and family from Rock have produced over 20,000 lbs. ville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. James of milk in one location. The farm Wilson from Hyattsville, Md. Mr. is located about one mile off the Junior Welther from Waynes- Flowing Springs Road, 4 miles burg, Pa. from Charles Town and 7 miles Mrs. Julia Royston from Mill. front Shepherdstown. Watch for wood, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Tho- signs along the road directing you ! Thirty-one models to pick and choose from! Jet-smooth Chevrolets, fleet-footed Corvairs, the one-of-its-kind Corvette--just name your pleasure Then stop in for a pleasant visit with your Chevrolet dealer. For full-sized fun, take a look at Chevy's budget-lovin' Biscaynes, ever-popular Bel Airs and always-elegant Impalas (A tip for top-downers: The Impala Convertible is the liveliest, love- liest ever.) For king-sized wagon fans there are six happy-hauling, vacation-minded Chevrolet wagons And, for a thrift-car treat, don't miss the nifty selection of easy-handling Corvairs--sedans, coupes, Monzas, and Lakewood and Greenbrier wagons. Take your pick--the easy way Just one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's does it. ! New Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN One of five delightful Impala models with just about everything anyone could ,want in a car. Here's top-of-the-line luxury--at a sensible Chevy price New Chevrolet BEL AIR 2.DOOR SEDAN CHEVY'S traditionally high resalet means it costs less in the long run Because these people-pleasing Chevies keep on bringing more trade-in money, it'i almost like having your cake and eating it, too. One more reason for going Jet-smooth Chevrolet Happy motoring And many happy returns! Like all Chevrolets, this family favorite brings you Body hy Fisher crafts- manship . . . and it's priced just above the thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets. g tBased on pric~s in the National Automobile Dealers Association official USED CAR GUIDE, recent-Pnode! Chevrolet$ are ndw bri6ging a higher percentage of their original price than any other fUll-sized Car in thei field. See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's sey, Mrs. Naomi Myers, Miss Blanch Pitzer from Martinsburg, W. Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Har- ris and son from Harrisburg, Pa. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman Miss Willa Jean Orndorff from Clearbrook, Va. is visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams. Family Fathers Day Dinner A delicious dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert Anders honoring Mr. Anders on her guests on Sunday at the Wardensville Field Day Persons attending the Wardens. home of Mr .and Mrs. Homer ville Field Day were treated to a Wood. Mr. D. W. Clondening from good program, good food andvery Pittsburg, Pa. was a visitor on favorable weather. Saturday at the home of Mr. and One item that created a lot of Mrs. Robert Anders. interest was a demonstration of a. Mrs. Hermon Copley and daugh foot trimming table and foot bath ter Sherry Marie from Baltimore, for sheep. It was very obvious Md. is spending two weeks with mas Wiley and family were din. to the farm. I i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. .... i i itll ii ] lilllil i i r I I II [ II I II I I I I I II .I I III IIII her parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. Callers on Sunday at the home of Mr .and Mrs. J. L. Chapman were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hilliard from Berryville, Vs. Mr. Windell Whittington has been on the sick list this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith from Berkeley Springs were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and faro fly. David Wiley is spending this week with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood and Louis Wiley is spending some time with Mr. Snowen McCarty at Mechan- icstown. Miss Louisa Smith from Wash- ington, D. C. was weekend guest at her brothers and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. and Miss Lucille Smith from Ber- ryville, Vs. was Sunday dinner guests at the home of the Smiths. Griffith Reunion The Griffith Reunion was held in Sharpsburg, Md. on June 18 with the following persons pres- CROSS- BLUE SHIELD SOON AS ot U-LY FIRST our Fairmont Office will be moved to 503 FtRSI NATIONAL BANK BUILDING OF NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA, INf.. Did 3 -0 OZ Fairmont, W. Vs. i