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and postmaster of Shepherdstown and the loss of paychecks. | walnut plaque of the local school ion under the supervision of Vive~ + PIR+IT,OF JEF++FER )N ADVOCATE ,. Dr. C F. Tucker Brooke of the Do you have accident-insurancelas being the pupil of the sixth President Hubert Huml~hroy, to THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1966 B--o law school of West Virginia Uni- protection? Did you know that ~ grade completing with the highest make the study. ~ versity and a nephew of the late Post-Gazette readers are getting!scholastic average. This is a pro- Mt~~~. - ::--:- : Col. Forrest W. Brown died in personal accident-insurance for ject sponsored for the past see- 6rent Oaks From Uttle Acol~ 6rowe New IIaven, Conn.. Mrs. Mariah only 10 cents a week? The insur- eral years by the South Jefferson i Kirby Koonce, widow of Dr. Clau- ante covers you at home, at work Ruritan Club. He is to be congrati II de J" .... Koonce died in the U S and at play, 24 hours a day ulated upon. his achievement. . and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Marine hospital in Baltimore, Md. --~ f our best wishes go with him when .. _+_ + _=_~ ~ +~.,~,~.,.+~_ A. ~D~ ~_,~ 40 ~:~.+~+'.':~:~,~:~+~4~.':~::'+4~+..~!O+'+;~ he enrolls in Junior High School -'~ -- --:~- ~ -" -~vE-~ - ............ n# a RI PqPF, ltkrL I this fall. 1 (FROM LAST WEEK) THE YEARS AGO l0 1 of Mr. Forrest Willingham at Edwarn Kir~f'~Iar~er~ Ferr-I ~|r||JWN ! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland, dau The four month daughter of Mr ..... : t+ o j mm~nmiFmmmuv,, m~ -hters Caroline and Connie Sue ~-. . [ church ceremony m Brunswick. . . . ......... .~o . -,~.-~-,..--l"m"+~"-~'~ i" t~" S'mior [- .,. ~ . . I~ S . . . and Mrs. Floyd Grove Is a patient !111 III Pontmc agency is clos-iMd. Miss Camilla Wdtshlre host- Class ~u'aduation at V M I I ex I Mrs. Marianne Smallwood were~unday visitors of her sister in the Charles Town General Hos d d ~ Charles Town. Fairway]ess for June U. D. C. meeting at ~n,~ion~. v. Died" "in" C'l~arles I ~.~F:::.~.~.;~::~+~4p~::!:..++I~.:::.~.e~.~::>~+F,i~+~:::~,~ Mrs. Nathan Woodward and tam- pital and is very ill will have formal opening l her home "Woodlawn" in the ;Pew- ' II(')snital "M~'s Mar,,aretl '~---:'~-'~"+~ - := ?:----]- ........... I ily of Martinsburg. t Mrs, Ada Cogle returned to her " ff o t Far ors - "v ' " .+" (lt+'ROlYl L2k~T W~I~) Mrs Paul Clendening, her two , ~e erson .... C un y m I count M~ss Donna Dae Small- . W'nk..]....lor wit... _.~e Taft...v .. Wmklert I ' home on Monday from the Cha. ~:$7,120,506 m farm productslwood exchanges vows with Mr .e +h. om,nt. M.r,ion- ~ ~ho t Rev. Lynn W. Buttorff has been daughlers Sherry and Tammy rle~ Town General Hospital where !t~i4 Kiwanis celebrates 30thI Jose M Mestre i St Tames: ~:.~,~:7o ~'~'~+*'~':~'~'~(.~,~'~T.,':( appointed by General Conference accompanied by Peggy White, si~ewas a natient-for 1"0 days and . ph . n , .J ..................................... - " -" ' -- -- II .. DISI , Itday w~th program at Thomas Catholic Church, Charles Town, I ctien by the Rev. J C Siler Miss I to serve as pastor of the Metho- motored to Romney Sunday, The., very ]11. She is feeling some better arson ttotel. Schedule for l Miss Merritt Snyder of Bakerton Audrey Blackford "to" Mr James I dist Churches of Jerterson Charge torme~s.l~augnter, ~an.~ra, WhOI Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard ling Jefferson County Schools] en~a~ed to Mr Donald E Trund- A *~ ...... ~ ~h~,.~,+~ m ..... ~" ~.0~ tie ann Mrs. J~uttortt and their atten s t e ~tate ~cnool zor the and daughter Christine accomnan ............ +,~ ......................... ! childern wil move into the ar Blind, returned home for the sum " v, iI!lounced by Supt T A Low-[ le f Harpers Ferry Charles Town .... 1 P - led by Mr and Mrs George Coo - o _ ~. West, a nahve of near Kabletown ..... . " . P Record number appear for[w .... '~ Cl.h ,.~,.]~ .~ri~+~r~ ..:+" , ~ ~ ....... n ,~....,.,~.. [sonage m Summit Point. Rev. mer vac.atmn. ~... . l er and children of Manning en- |~!V ~[( ~[ | }1 . .,.., ........................... a,,u ,,.,, .~..,,.u ,,,. +,.,,,~.,~, ' " " Mrs dosnua ~11 cc m a " " .Cross swimming school. Bl~k-I ..~ ~-a .... or;e0. ............................. :_ ] and Mrs. C. S. Reckley will move . .. Pp a o ~p m ea joyed a picnic lunch out on Sun- , a.u axe. ++ ~tWl~ vo utL i' j ~ta.tlatll2 111 tile UlllCe el till2 vlrgll~ld her n J+as" R Cli B . .. . to Morgan charge near Cumber- so , ll . pp, on ~unaay day m William ort Md and en- _ auk & Trust Company ~lllI Alonzo D. Peters awarded degree Free Press in Charles Town, dmd I lo.n a~,+ .,h,..~ ,, .... ils -.erve as t- his home ;n Alexandria Va fo .... sp ~% dividend to stockholders / (M A ) from George Washington in Indiana at the a~.e o~ 53 -ears I-?" .... ?. ,.,? .... L.,+ ;..~ s)_ ~... " ' " "1 joyed boat ricing ~EI~ YOU WILL FIND fiERY J / " " ~ * - " i the pastor ulere this is me sec- a visit. " Une 15. Junior Legion base-Umvers" ity Legmn" baseball team 60 YEARS AGO 60i " * I Mr and Mrs Charles (Butch) tea a i 4 " 3I " end time Rev Reckley has served Mr and Mrs Dale Staley and - " " m tops M rt nsburgto . ndre i " ,, : " . . ' ". . Painter and two children moved I B ~h..~+.~.. ~... ~.. ,.,.no ... tops A . ws A r Force nine 10 Married: - In Washington, D. C.~ this charge. We wish them much children of Martmsburg were ws- er.m ~h. ,,~,.~ .~ ~r ~..oh.n BAHK NG SBVICE YOU HE OR DES]~ a:'~:,:"'~. "~+'~. *~.::'+'~+~"++~l~to 4 for sixth win of the season. Dr. Robert O'Brien, formerly of! happiness and success in the rut- itors Sunday afternoon of her ~.:,~=./'~ ~:":.':~..~" ~:~:.~.~'.::."'+'~ ~ll p~ .....a ~on ,~ w~" [ 20 YEARS AGO 20 Halltown to Miss Awe Herbe o ure and likewise greet the new uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ~nhorf Wil~v in M~nnin~ ..L:"".'. ....... ~. .......... "I Washington, D C. A statement of minister and his family I tIoward O Bush and also to be '"+r)~,~,~i:,'"~,',+o'~,."~-~-+~"~ ..... a,,~. l ,ut me ~vtoose. announcement] ~ " ' i "z auk of " , " " .......... ~ ......*'~+'"'~" Roxane Shu art's en a e- The Kirby Cleanatorium of Mar the Natmnal C t] ens B . Mr and Mrs WinsteadBurdette w~th her father, Mr. Basil R, Md is snendin- this week -,i,h FOR YOUR NEW CAR FINANCING g g gJ~lt .... o its t - ' , " .... ~" ..... to Mr. Rodman Jay Zile msburg opened an offme in Char Ch, arl+ed~ Town sh weddepos ~+~o~ their two chddren recently moved C!lpp. who was admnerguest of her grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Dan is made by her parents lies Town. Robert H. Hardesty of ~' ............. u ........... ~ o,, from Clarksburg Maryland toms sister, Mrs. n. u. Jausn ann,her WE OFFER A LOW RATE OF tnd Mrs Leland Shugart of lnear Summit Point bought the 804.70. Richard Trapnell of Char- Woodland Farm which is owned famny. ~,,a~,, m ........ .-+~ ,.,~++, ~ t Samuel Street. A fall wecl-INorth Mountain Orchard prop- le;s Town was ordained a deacon by Mr. Stanley Stiles. I Mrs. Howard O. Bush accompanI an~"~irs'F~v~haa~manan~ fain P is planned. Miss Rosa Geral-I erty of 250 acres. Died: ttarry E. ot the ~plscopal t~nurcn at the Mrs. narlan Unger returned ted Mrs. Clarence Smallwood to tlv win.,+" +h=",~...~ ,~...,,~+. ~. ~ ~/-- Burker of Leetown is bride~ Mundey, a resident of the county Virginia Theological Seminary Thursday to her home after being Bluemont, Va Sunday afternoon a'~d'Mr.~ "~mh~rt'~++b~'~~ ~'~'a near Alexan(tria, Virginia. a surgical patient since Tuesday where they spent the afternoon ~.rand-~o~h~-~---~l'P~ T)'~"~7 ~t'h"+ m the Winchester Memorial Hosw th Mrs. Russell Parks and tam- ~.~, .... ., ,^_,. ,~. .............. dleway a m. TYPES OF ACCIDENTS p~tal, i~Y .an(1 mrs. ~utn 13ms,. l~rs. and Mrs. Gerald Castle of Keedys , c o n r J~usn aria me latter two laales In one year's time oxer9 mill- Vacation BibleS he 1u de ..... ville, Md. AND THERE IS w i Mr nave oeen employees of the J~yra ion persons are injured in all the super "s'on ofs. Woodrow ......... Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and M t~annery J~errywue va ~or me types of accidents That means Adams began onday evening , children of Brunswick, Md were millions upon millions of dollars .... NOW ARRIVING DAILY AT .... are spent in hospital, surgical and other similar expenses, not to mention the loss of time at work OW? EVEN ~RE FUN ........ Town ............... And, It's So Easy To Buy Now ON OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN A Small Deposit Holds Your Choice Until Fall HOLDS ANY COAT ON LAY-A-WAY UNTIL YOU NEED IT NEXT FALL NOW AT LEGGETT'S IT'S OUR BIG: Leggett Budget Payment Account TODAY 3 WAYiS TO BUY AT LEGGETT S WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS CHARLES TOWN STORE Always FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS You Get Precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experience, Lo follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STL CK & ALGER. PHARMACISTS Dial 725.2621 -- Charles Town, W. Va. DAILY i " :i IoNOV~ 1: :!:i !i !PLAY on ~au~e, Dobbin and E~ie ~ i ::r AeT m, shrooms - SC eeCR0W i : E~CAPE the Witch - ! :SLIDE from top of Rapunzel's ca~tl:e SEE live chickens play Baseball i WHte for Brochure & Low Gro~ LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIO DELIVERIES OF June 13th from 7-9 o'clock. The theme of the two week course is "God Lives Today" Mr. and Mrs, Claude Ware of Flemington, W. Va. spent a week on th Henry Clipp farm where they have furnished a room in, the farmhouse. They enjoyed fish I lng. I Mrs, Joseph Walsh of Connecti cut accompanied by her mother1 Mrs. Charles Kable, Westminster, I Md. were visitors Tuesday after noon of the latter s nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Itenry M. Kable. Mrs. Walsh also was a call- er on Mrs. Clarence Smallwood In the near future Mr. Walsh and family will move to Ohio, where he will be employed. Dianne Rissler and Vickie How- ell returned Saturday from Camp Frame where they joined other members of the Charles Town High School Band for a week's outing. In the account of the Mercer Redmond wedding of last week's issue a paragraph was inadventu- tly omitted as follows: Mrs. Carl Shenk. aunt of the bride was the matron of honor. She was attired in a two tone linen pink gown and a pink bow past few seasons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford and children spent Sunday after noon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Gerrardstown. Mrs. Wolford's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rub- le had flown to Canton, New York over the weekend recently where they went ta acquaint themselves with the terrain and housing as sometimes this summer they plan to move there where the Coming Glass Company is building. Leon- ard will be a purchasing for the plan. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Rissler daughter Wilma, of Penn Hills, Pa are spending a weeks vacation at their summer home, Rural Re- treat. Their sons Bob and Charles and a friend spent Sunday here also. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Howell their three children and his father Mr. Stormer Howell are enjoying camping along the Shenandoah River this week. I head piece. She carried a nosegay, of pink carnations. Our apologesI to all concerned. By Brooke Blackford, Secy. On Wednesday night the follow ing enjoyed a pmnic near Rocks ~~Y~+~~ Ferry. Mr. and Mrs Henry Clipp, President F. S. Woodford pre. Roxanne, Darlene and Hebe. Mr. sented the following Committee and Mrs. Stanley Dillow, Mrs. Jes Chairmen to the Board of Direct- sie Clipp, Mrs. Elsie Grey, her ors at the June meeting Monday: grandson, Jimmy Grey, Melvin ttealth & Safety Committee, Dr. White, Guido Caballo, his son Kenneth Psillas, Chr.; Public Joe his nephews Kenneth Duvall Affairs Committee, C. C. Ham- and Charles Brown all of Gallo- mann. Chr.; Civic Activities Corn way, W. Va. Bill Duvall and sons, mittee, C. Manning Smith, Chr.; Ricky, Terry and Denny of Stow, Advertising & Promotion Camm- ittee, Joseph P Christian, Chr.; Ohio and Danny Clipp of Berry-lEducation , ville. Committee, J. Strider i Mrs. Edward Seal observed her Moler, Chr.; Tourist Committee, husbands birthday Thursday June John Newcomer, Chr.; Budget, By 9 when she entertained informally Laws & Finance Committee, T. W. to a family party. I Steptoe, Chr.; Beautification & Friends were grieved and shockI Parade Committee, Mrs. O. S. ed to learn of the sudden death of Bloom, Chr.; Membership Corn- Mrs. Edgar Jacobs of JeffersonI mittee, Norman Kisner, Chr.; Jeff Avenue, Charles Town. The de- erson Retail Committee, Oliver ceased once resided in this village Kastle. Chr.; Roads Committee, T. when her husband owned and A. Whitacre. Chr.; Industrial Dee operated a grocery, elopment Committee, Lee Gruber Richard Hadley, son of Mr and Chr.: County Planning Committee KABLE OIL CO., INC. Mrs Richard Hadley of near Rip- Linden Bush, Chr.; Agriculture O DISTRIBUTOR pen won the honor of having his & Horticulture Committee, J. Ed- I name inscribed on the brass and ward Saville, Chr.; Projects Corn- ' mittee, William Stuck, Chr.; Awe. DAVID LEANS FILM OF BOO6 PASTFRNA~ IN PANAVI$1ON" AND METROCOLOR SERVE0 SUT$ B0X RFICE Or BY MAIL f0r i 0rmances MATS. Wed,, Sat, Su~., HoIs 2 p,m. EVES:'~'3e p.m. Sun. E~ |p.m. SCHEDULE OF PIIICF.~: RESERVED SEATS Bale, Orch. to~ Mats, ~Wednesday} St,fiG 52.00 $2.60 Mats (Sat,, Sun,, e. Hoi$.l $1.80 $2.30 $2,30 Eves. ffri,, Sat, & H~Is.} $2 25 $3,00 $300 Eves,, (Sunda~) $2.25 $3.00 $3,00 For M~il Orders Make Check or Money O~dee Poyob|e ea ,h~ W@rner Thealre. List AItevnote PerformanCe Oofes. Pteore Enclolm 5~. If.Addre.ed, Stamped Envelope. Air Condffloned WAR N E R, ea,r, 131R & E SIs. N.W.--,ME ~-4425 W~Mtoa D.C, -40004 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEATRE PAItTIE$ ~~;.~ rds Committee, Carl Benton, Chr.; Fire Prevention Committee, Ken- neth Willingham, Chr. These Chairmen were unanimously ap- proved by the Board. Many of the above listed com- mittees are new to the local Chamber of Commerce and they will be discussed at the June 28 Membership Meeting in the Rib Room. The Board of Directors of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce appreved a budget of $8500.00 for the 1966-67 year at the Monday's meeting. This is the same budget that the Chamber had last year. Jefferson County's sales tax col lection for March, 1966, was $46, 272.50 as compared with $38,762. 76 for March, 1965. A hefty in- crease of 19.4%. The total personal income in Jefferson County for 1964 wa~ $41,256.00. It is estimated that Jefferson--'s personal income for 1965 will amount to $47,268,000,00 The per capita income in Jeff- erson County for 1964 was $2149. 00. It is estimated that the 19B5 per capita income will be $fl426~0 Retail .sales in JeffersOn County for 1964 were $22,814,000.00 Whereas in 1965 they reached $25,912.000.00. All of which seems to indicate that Jefferson Countians are in- deed fortunate. A representative of Robert Nat- han Associates of Washington, D. C., is now in Charles Town, mak- ing a study of the Harpers Ferry Charles Town area with regards to the recreational potentials avail able. The firm is employed by the Appalachian Regional Commim~ Chances are your home |s increasing in value. And chances are you haven't in.- creased your insurance re- cently. If so, a substantial amount of your insurance protection probably has evap- orated. Could you rebuild your home today for the amount of insurance you carry on it? Shouldn't you call us today ? PHONE 725-2211 Sunday guests with the former's parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rod- gers. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter and Lucille Cogle were Saturday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and fam. ily in Mannings. A baby shower was given for Mrs. Calvin Cogle by Mrs, Joan I~nterman on Wednesday at the Dinterman's home. Mr. William Grove and daugh- ters of Relay, Md. were guests on Sunday with his brother and wife Mr. and Mrs, Charles Grove. AT A FULL - SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDICE RANSON, W. VA. Let the grass pow, George ~ (but not under your feet). m m ! Your Chevelle Msllbu 4.Door Sedan will come with eight ~fetY features now st~ndard~ like sqat belts, front and rear. Always buckle IJp. Look stroll thatcomes standard on ~ur new Malibu: Body hy I~ isher Rugged deep-twist carpeting Sump- tuotm interior, With vinyl door panels and sidewall~ for easy care Littl e things See your Chevrolet dealer likean electric dockand glove compart- ment light Trusty Chevrolet engines like the t~i-Thrift Six or a t95-hp VS. Look at all you can add to make Your Malibu even spicier. AM-FM multiplex stereo radio for beautiful music wherever you go * More spice? Mag-style wheel ~covem are nice "iurapike drivers ask for cruise con- tr01. It maintains a con- ! ~_il I starts Sl~ed automaticaUy. I ~ t Big-sa~Ingaummerbuys I ,-n I on Chevrolet, Chevelle, c ...... e~,~.~0--'----'~ Chevy II and Corvair. ...,......,,,,,,,, .......... . .......................................................................................... . ... ,, .. ,, .+...,:..,,..... .... fast delivery on all kinds of Chevrolets ...V8's and 6's! 4~1~7 ROUTE 340, EAST CHARLES TOWNs W. VA. DIAL 725-145 +