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of Jefferson.Advocate JUNE 30, 1966, 3---B Mrs. Harry Shirley congregation of the Grace Church will hold an on Saturday, July 9, be- at 10:30 a.m. at the Union in Middleway. There will on sale country ham sand- home made cakes and ice This is being held to obtain for the restoration of the Church. Anyone wishing to donate arti- for the auction are asked to 725-5951 and some one will them up. Hilda Creamer of Bruns- Md., was an overnight guest daughter and family, Mr. Mrs. Allen Ring on Wednes- esday morning visitors of Mr. Harry Shirley were Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. Keith Mrs. Lyman Kelly, Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Ramey. were all former telephone in Charles Town and now operators for American and Tel. in Virginia. Sandra Ring has returned 'her home having spent two at Shepherd College where took part in a special science Rebecca Dunn, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn, has left for Europe where she be touring with a group. Din- guests on Sunday of the were Mr. and Mrs. Bob St. James Village, Md., Mr. Stanley Dunn, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and Edwin Jurek has been sick past week. Little Kenny Ring Rusty Shirley were stung in by bees on Saturday while truing. Judy Shirley has enrolled West Virginia Beauty Co'.- at Martinsburg, and began studies last Tuesday. and Mrs. Charles "Tody" and ,two children of Den- Colo., are vacating with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. White. Mr. Holmes White also taking a week's vacation his service station. [r. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith granddaughter, of Denver, have been spending several with Mr. and Mrs. Holmes lite. They are the parents of Charles White. Reva Smith is a patient in Charles Town General Hospi- and Mrs. Sudie Ringer re- a patient there. We're hop- : they will soon be on the~road and Mrs. Junior Anderson Fla., aare visiting Mrs. Grove and other relatives n Saturday evening Miss Lin- and Elwood Cross were in the Middleway Metho- Church in the presence of and friends. Rev. John ght performed the ceremony. and Mrs. Joe Hough and Children of Sanford, Fla., are their parents and rela. Their daughter, Sherry, a graduate this year from the school in Sanford. to Mr. and Mrs. Liskey, who were married evening in the T o w n Presbyterian tlrch. She is the daughter of and Mrs. Roger Bane, Summit and he is the son of Mr. and the late Marga- and Mrs. James J. Hough now visiting Mr. and Mrs. James, of Middleway. have been visiting since 17 and left for Sanford, Fla., 30. of the Blue Ridge Sales, at Charles Monday, June 27, 1966. of all classes moder butcher steers, 24.00 to butcher steers, 22.50 plain to medium steers, to 22.00; choice butcher none; good butcher heif-: to 22.75; plain to me- heifers, 17.00 to 20.75; good 24.00 to 25.00; plain to me- ulls, 20.00 to 23.75; (ram. cows, 18.75 to 20.00; util. 17.00 to 18.50; canners 16.75 down; cows by up to 165.00; stocker and steers, 22.00 to 30.00; stock and bulls by the head, up to prime calves, 28.00 to good butcher calves, 25.00 medium butcher calves, heavy calves, 0.00 to ead grade lambs, 24.60; grade lambs, 23.50; red grade lambs, 22.10; ' ewes, 4.00 to 8.00; stock -~r head, none. butcher hogs, 26.00 to butcher hogs, 25.25 heavy butcher hogs, 24.75; butcher sows, 16.00 heavy feeders and light hogs, 24.00 to 26.00; Per hundred, 31.50 down; ~r head, up to 18.00; boars, sows and pigs, none. Sales Start 11:00 Sales 1:30 P.M. Regular Sale Mon- 4. WHEN YOU LOOK FOR... NOW REACH FOR... ,"Cepyrighf, Quality |aker$ of Amer|ca Coope[ot|ve~ Inc., 1966'* i : : L" : - jr 8 liE# Sunbeam! That's the name! The name only top bakers can use. A name that stands for quality. You know this little blond girl on the wrapper means tempting, just-baked flavor. Extra nourishment for E E good, strong bodies. Extra freshness pro- tected by the stay-fresh bag. Each golden crusted loaf has been baked to delicious perfection. Easy to see why it's America's favorite. Make it your choice, too! r 0