Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
June 29, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 29, 1961

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

--From The Files of The--- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 Miss Rose Isabelle hter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Haines of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Charles Town were i, the St. James Catholic Town by the Rev. In the Methodist Uvilla Miss Virginia daughter of Mr. and H. Myers of Reedson bride of Mr. Ralph son of Mrs, E. Leslie the late Mr. Bush of Jonas M. Funkhous ton Court, Charles the marriage of Jean Rosslyn Funk- Bates Syd- of Mrs. Henry M. Syd- late Mr. Sydnor of Milton Nicodemus of his son, C. L. Nic Gap View Farm near Mrs. Katie Ann widow of the late in the Charles ital. AGO -- 1941 At the Episcopal Church, Towson, Md., Miss Margar et V. Moler, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mol, er, formerly of Moler's Cross Roads and Mr. Hammond T. Staley of Washing- ton, D. C.; In the Methodist Chur ch at Bethesda, Md., Joseph L. Starry of Shepherdstown an& Miss Janne Bosley of Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Andrews of Morgantown, W. Va. announ- ced the, engagement and coming marriage of their daughter Miss Geraldiiie Andrews to Marlyn E. Lugar, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Lugar of Charles Town. DIED: At her home Mobile, Ala. Mrs. Louise Tucker, wife of the Rev. Louis Tucker former pastor of Grace Episcopal Church in Berryville, Va. The Modern Beauty Shop with Miss Keesecker as proprietor, op ened in Charles Town. The new shop was located on the second floor of the Burns and Marshall building, West Washington Street 40 YEARS AGO m 1921 The State Board of Control bought the Entler Hotel Building in Shepherdstown intending to use it as a dormitory for young I improve with age .... but a house doesn't. bad says houses get run down and lose valuo i!ast less repair needs are met promptly!" WE-RNANCE HOE REPAIRS PROMPTLY; ECONOMI. CALLY, TOO. SO WHY NOT SEE US ABOUT YOUR NEEDS? : SEE _. EDDIE PINE .-..---at the---- RS CREDIT DEPARTMENT 10 Charles Town, W. Va G.7Oxl5 blackwall. t~be-typm pIu tax aired Sll ~trs from ~r CU . LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY ON OUR FAMOUS SAFETY-S'TIRES All lecondc, not discontinued stock, not retreadsl Nylon only $1 more "~C Whitewalls only $3 mar. :]c 12-month, wr;tten, nation-wide road hazard guarantee OTHER SIZES AS LOW AS '99--s 6:00X16 blackwwH t ub~ayllt Firs tax end old tim hem yew ~r f J'h@ihigb quality of workmanJhilo and materials, new B.F.Goadrlch passenger guaranteed against blowouts, cuts, breaks caused by road hazards en- }~ normal driving. If a tire is so damaged beyond repair, we'll give you full met fGr remaining tread against the purchase of a replc] current retail MONEY DOWN wi,h your o|d tire 111 SOUTH GEORGE STREET _CI R 8 TOWN, W. VA. men attending Shepherd College. Harrison Cooke and Walter Washington of Charles Town grad uated at the Virginia Military In stitute in Lexington, Va. / Henry Johnson was sentenced to life imprisonment by Judge Woods in the Jefferson Circuit Court for the murder of Robert Mansfield. John C. Lee ,a well known farm er of Clarke County was killed by a Norfolk and Western Rail$oad train at a crossing between White Post and his home. 60 YEARS AG() -- 1901 MARRIED: In Baltimore by the Rev. C. Ernest Smith, Arthur Wor thington Hawks, Jr. to Miss Ra- chel. Mary Marshall of Baltimore; in Bolivar by the Rev. C. E. Shaw Charles E. Tipton of Front Roy-" al, Va. to Miss Ida J. Cavalier of Bolivar; In Charles Town by the Rev. S. K. Cox, Andrew C. Glaize to Miss Mena Roper, both of this county; in Berryville by the Rev. Julian Broaddus, William J.' Cham hlin and Miss Myrtle West, both of the county. The Republican County Execut- ive Committee, recommended Harry Mundey for appointment as postmaster of Shepherdstown af- ter having previously recommend ing Mrs. Ida M. Chapline. 80 YEARS AGO --- 1881 MARRIED: At Brown's Shop by the Rev. P. H. Whisner, Willis M. Bell and Miss Lucy Boyer, daugh ter of George Boyer. Normal school diplomas were conferred at the Shepherd College commencement on Miss Georgia Lee Johnson, Robert M. Billmyer, John F. Engle, William K. Keen tz and Thomas J. Lemen. Miss Corn C. Shepherd, daugh- ter of the Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Shepherd of Charles Town, grad- uated from the Broaddus Female College at Clarksburg, W. Va. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 MARRIED: In the Reformed Church in ShelGherdstown by the Rev. G. L. Stagey, G. Newton By- ers to Miss Ella Rentch daughter of D. S. Rentch of Shepherdstown the groom %eing from Clarksville, Tenn. John H. Strider sold the Para- dise property in Charles Town to A. C. Timberlake for $3,125. Humidity seen as key factor in spreading influenza. If you find life is empty, try putting something into it. E. L. McDONALD, JR. AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 Charles Town, W. Va. ~ ~ IRtmmi.m~ ~ li ] I II LI Kitchens... Playrooms... Bathrooms... Tile Floors... Ceramic Tile Call For 5TH. GENERATION" IN CONSTRUCTION PHONE 1015 Charles Town, W. Va. Or Call Collect To "PHONE AM 3- 9411 Martinsburg, W. Va. May 18-if. IL LL By Miss Dorothy Lake Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Dale DilloW are the proud parents of a son born on June 24 th at the Charles Town General Hospital, Ranson, W. Va. He was given the name Bryan Kei th and weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces. This is tffe second child in the Dillow family the first is a son also. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ryman and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ryman and sons Edward and Michael spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Mollie Weaver and daughter Miss Dora Weaver of Mt. Jackson, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Kohne and family of Mathias, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Whittington, Mr. Eugene Whittington, Miss Evelyn Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt and son David, Mr .and Mrs. Jim Nice- warner and children, Mrs. Frank Ranalli and daughter Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Day and son Oscar Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Ranalli Jr. and daughter Mr. Melvin Lilla, Ir. and Mrs. Linwood Longer- eam and children Dorcas, Sue and Bonnie and Mrs. T. J. Longer beam all enjoyed a picnic along the Potomac River on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ryman Pittsfield, Mass. spent Thursday in Washington, D. C. sightseeing They visited many places of in- terest. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. were Mrs. James Dillow and daughters Robin and Lynn of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow, Jr. and daugh- ter Tana of Blomery, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and children Mr. Charles Gary DiIlow of Alexan- dria was a weekend guest. Mr. David Rickard of Alexan- dria, Va. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rickard. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Freddie Lee of Lovetts- ville, Va., Mrs. Pittman Russell and daughter Karen and Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley of Winchester, Va., Mrs. Ralph Shirley and son of Wadesville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire and children Veronica and Merle Jr. of Harpers Ferry were Sunday vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilt- shire and son Glen. Miss Juanita Ryman spent Sun- day with her sister Mrs. George Morrison and son Freddie of Char les Town. Jimmy Dillow of Berryville, Va. spent the past week with his grandparents Mr .and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Sr. Mrs. Vallie Carper of Winches- ter, Va. spent the weekend with her sister and brother-in-law Mr." and Mrs. Gene DeWalt of Carlis- le, Pa. Mr .and Mrs. Cecil Merritt and children of Stephen City, Va. spent Sunday with the latters un- cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican and family. Kenneth Kain of Harpers Ferry spent several days the past week with his cousin Glen Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of Randallstown, Md. accompanied by Mrs. Mary Lilla and Mrs. Lula Ranalli spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons of Charlottesville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood of Falls Church, Va. spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Petrucci. I Will Give Private Swimming Lessons At Park Pool July 17-28 Private swimming lessons will :be offered at the Jefferson Coun- ty Memorial Park swimming pool during the period of July 17 , it was announced this week. Fee for the lessons will be five dollars. Betsy Cole and Jane Specht, both qualified water safety in. structors, will do the tutoring. SPIRIT OF JEFFEHSON l, amtgaa ADVOCATg THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 5--B The former was trained at Mar-[ Persons interested in the les- shall University, Huntington madisons are asked to contact either the latter at the Red Cross Nation ........... e" al A"uati^ ch^ l held ^" """" I Jane ipecm, at J, zgu or tsy q c o uu ,,L , mpm Letts, Edge rater, Md. i Cole.Phone 919-R. IN CHARLES TOWN CHENILLE THROW RUGS REGULAR 59c C LADLES BLOUSES JAMAICA SHORTS Regular 98c---Your Choice c each MOHAWK SHEETS Twin or Double REGULAR $2.19 $1.73 u MEN'S KNIT BRIEFS Elastic Waist--Reg. 49c Pair $ LADLES PLISSE NIGHT GOWNS Regular and Extra Sizes C f, MENS TOYO STRAW CAPS REGULAR 19c C LADLES BABY DOLL PAJAMAS A $1.29 VALUi C FRICTION TOYS A Big Selection of Regular 98c Toys for $ .00 SOFA PILLOWS REGULAR $1.98 C LADLES SLACKS Regular $3.98 "Jeauies" $ ,99 PLASTIC DRAPES Regular 79c A Pair Pair $ .00 BED PILLOWS Filled with Crushed Chicken Feathers C GIRL'S SOCKS Double Tops---8 to 10 White---Regular 39c lc Pair LADLES UNDIES Rayons in Regular and Extra Sizes--Regular 39c c Pair SIGN FOR OUR DOOR PRIZE-- --NO PURCHASE NECESSARY--- $24.95 Eleven Piece Royal Fam- ily Set of Famous Cor ing Ware. DRAWING MONDAY AT 4:30 P. M. OPEN FRIDAY 'and SATURDAY TILL 9--OPEN "MONDAY TILL 5 MEN'S COTTON TROUSERS Regular $3.98 CORDS .99 LADLES DRESSES Our Entire Stock of $3.98 Cottons LADLES SUMMER JEWELRY Regular $1.00 Styles For $ .00 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Our Entire $1.98 Stock For , .00 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Our Entire $2.98 Stock For $ MEN'S POCKET POLO SHIRTS Size Small Only--Reg. 98c C BOY'S STRIPED DUNGAREES Regular $1.98-Double Knee WOMENS CASUALS Flats or Sandals Regular $1.98 Value MEN'S WORK SHOES Regular $5.98--6 to 11 $ .98 "P- F" OXFORDS Womens and Teens in Discontinued Styles-- Regular $3.98 $ .99 NYLON HOSE First Quality, 51- 15 with Seams---Regular 59c Box Pr. $ .00 II III I HOUSE SLIPPERS Terry Cloth--Men's Wo- mens, Childrens-Reg. $1.98 C I MEN'S Regular SPORT SHIRTS $1.49 C BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS Regular $1.29 I III III III / NEVER DEFROST your fi.eez again!' See the modern new NO- D- FROST freezers and space-saving refrigerator-freez- ers at your appliaace dealers now! , /Cow's The T/me To STOP MOISTURE DAMAGE WITH AN ELECTRIC DEHUMIDIFIER-- Get a FREE Trial in Your Home e A SPECIAL OFFER---GOOD LIMITED *TIME ONLY--- For a limited time only, your |oca I electric company is offering Big Sa inigs on the installation of home wiring when you purchase any 240 Volt new ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONER from ANY APPLIANCE DEALER in the service area of the Potomac Edi- son System.