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Miss Liliian Myers Princess in Charleston Pamela Link, West Vir- Dairy Princess, has arrived to begin a state- tour to promote the dairy She has been em- by the Department of Ag- during the summer and Work for the dairy industry the supervision of Ron dairy marketing special- The 19-year-old daughter of and Mrs. Adam Link was from Spehherdstown School in 1964 and attended Junior College in Vir- She is currently enrolled at Shepherd College. Miss Link will represent West Virginia in corn- petition for the American Dairy Princess title at Chicago after personal appearances throughout Mr. Granville Mercer and Mr. Heights, Mr. Va. Ever.]'1 Donald Cross are wdrking at the . an~t Mrs. Marvin Mack Truck Plant in Hagerstown. hart of Cool Spring Farm joined I Mr. J. Clive Myers and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler and Lillian Myers recently visited and daughters with a cook-out their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Saturday evening at the Rissler Mrs. Millard Myers in Taylors- home. Miss Pat Rissler came up town, Va. from Wa,shington on Friday night The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- and returned Tuesday evening. cas and daughter, Miss Beverly Mr .and Mrs. Ray Marcas and Bolton Lucas aand son Ricky, of two children of Winchester, Mr. Hart, Va., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of Warren- and Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt, ton Va., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mil- Miss Camilla Wiltshire. Their ton and son of Millville, Mr. and other son Charlie who ha.s been Mrs. Donald Magaha and daugh- visiting here for two weeks re- ter of Middleway and Mr. and mained for a longer stay. i Mrs. John Milton and sons of Pot. Benny Campbell, of Fort near town, and Mr. and Mrs. Benning, Ca., spent a 72-hour Charles Gray of Charles Town furlough with his grandparents, I were Sunday visitors with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. land Mrs. Floyd Milton. Miss Terry Butts, of Martins-I Mr. and Mrs. William Wood- burg, spent last week with her! ward and four children of Baker- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ton, Mr. Milton Baker and son die Breeden. and Mr. Robert Baker of Bunker Miss Shirley Wisham,of Phil- ttill were Fourth of July callers' adelphia, laa., is visiting her with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby grandmother, Mrs. Gvover Leith, and Grand Son Bobby Ware, an dtunt, Mrs. Phyllis Webb.I Miss Margaret Woodward while Miss Eleanor Ann Shirley visit- visiting her grand parents last B--7 ed her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. El'- week ran a nail in her foot, she nest Moore, in Sterling Village, was taken to the doctor the next Va., last week. day for a shot as her foot was Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hought, of swollen. Fairmont, spent last weekend Mrs. Joe Milton visited her with her nephew and niece, Mr. niece Mrs. Betty Rutherford on and Mrs. Stanley Benner having July 4th. who is a patient in the been called here by the death of Charles Town General Hospital her cousin, Mr. Cecil Bell. where she under went surgery. Billy and Mac Andrews, of lWe hope she will soon be able Havre De Grass, Md., are spend-[to return home to her family. ' ing several weeks with their i Mrs. Doris Herndon of Ard- grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Seal. I more, Md. and Mr. Fred Vance Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb and' of Washington who is stationed the state. She will receive a com- plete wardrobe in addition to an all-expense paid trip to the na- tional contest and a $300 scholar- ship award from the West Vir- ginia Department of Agriculture..! Mr. James Graves, of Perry Point, Md., spent the weekend at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden and Donna Butts, Mr. and Mrs: Marshall Harpiel and children of Martinsburg, Mrs. Olivia Ellis and granddaughter, also of Mar- tinsburg, Mrs. Phyllis Painter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Irby of the Bloomery visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chapman in Wood- bridge, Va., last Sunday. Mrs. Walter Ronemous spent Friday with Mr. a~d Mrs. Bobby Cross in Martinsburg. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE JULY 7, 1966 104 E. Washington St. DIAL 725-7321 daughter ,of Washington, spent there in the Navy spent aSturday the weekend with her brother-in- night until Tuesday with her par- law and sister, Mr. a~d Mrs. Elvy ents, Mr .and Mrs. Melvin Fvitts Ebersole. she will be accompanied home The many friends of Mrs. Ed with her mother, Mrs. Fritts who Hammond are ~rry to know she will spend several days with her has been indisposed at her home little Melody will also return and wish for her a complete re- home with her mother. covery. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Breeden children Sherri and Ronald Way- - Charles Town and Donna Butts, Mrs. Oscar ne and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Via-! Seal, Mrs.,,~,-~ Earl Chapman and nds were Sunday afternoon call-~ Mrs. Mervin Ryman, Mrs. Homer ers with the latter daughter, Mrs, Ferrell visited in Stanley and Lu- Donald Hovermale and family at ray, Va., last Thursday. t Leetown. Mr. Robert Cross has returned' Mr. and Mrs. Wffllam Dillow, home after having been a patient Jr. and daughters Tana and Tonia in Hagerstown Hospital recover- spent Sunday with her mother, ing from injuries he received Mrs. Mary Frye in Point of Rocks PAWN SHOP & JEWELRY STORE while working at the Mack Truck Md. PLant. His many friends are gladMr. and Mrs. Donald Hover-~ to know he is getting along male and daughter Tammie were nicely, callers on Friday with their par- I eats, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands ~~.~ .::.-- and family at the Bloomery. They also had spent the day with Don- ald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearer in Berkeley ,Springs~ Mrs. Julia Viands ~ their daughter remained with her SALE OF TRU-SO or KIN-LOCK DIAMOND RINGS Certificate of Guarantee with each by the Manufacturer Diamond Sets .............. $24.50 & Up Wedding Bands ............. $5.95 & Up Ladies' Birthstone Rings ..... $4.95 & Up Men's Birthstone Rings ...... $6.95 & Up R I N G S -- (InitiaJl, Black Onyx, Masonic, Moose, Opal and Pearl) A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WEDDING or BIRTHDAY GIFTS COSTUME JEWELRY Including Horseshoe Rings, Pins, Earrings, Bracelets Necklaces, Tie Tacks and Cuff Links grand parents for a few days. ~'~.'~i~~~ Week end callers with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. spent last Sunday in Ardmore, Lester Viands and son Jack of Md. with their daughter, Mrs. Romney, Mr. Tony McMilian of Doris Herndon and daughter Mel the U. S Navy stationed at Nor- ody, Melody returned home with fork, Va'., Mr. and Mrs. Harry her grand parents for two weeks Shirley and family of Middleway, as Mrs: Fritts is on. a two "weeks Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale vacation from the Powhatan Brass and Iron Works in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. James Viands and children, Pamala and Kenny of Darksville were Tuesday callers with their grand mother, Mrs. Julia Viands, Jimmie says his mother and step father, Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan of Inwood left last week for Dallas Texas to visit her .son Eugene Viands and wife. They went by motor, Eug- ene is in the Air Force there. Eugene is the son of the late Bill Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry is visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ott and family at Petux- and Md. Mrs. Henry is on her vacation from the Garment Fac- tory in Ra~nsonand Garland from the Standard Lime Co. in Millville Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thomson is spending the week with their dan ghter, Mrs. Ardella Parker and family in Manassas, Va., Mrs. Parker came and got her parents on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and and daughter Tammie of Leetown Miss Ann Whipp of Millville, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Bloomery, Mrs. Odis James of Flowing Springs, Private Lester Viands of Fort Eustus, Va. came in on Friday night and~ stayed until Monday evening. Miss Dar- len Turner of MurrieU Hill was also a caller, Darlene spent last week with Oral Roberts family in Tulso Oklahoma. Mr. Walter Rob- ison of Charles Town was a caller with Mr. Lester Viands. Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, July 4, 1966. Receipts of all classes moder- ate, with a good demand for all utcher classes. Hogs top, 25.65, featured the sale. children Sherri and Ronald Way- Choice butcher steers, none; ne spent the day Sunday with g~od butche~ steers, 23.00 to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 24.50; plain to medium steers Wiles, Sr. and family at Loudoun 20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher heifers, none; good butcher heif- ers, 21.00 to 22.50; plain to medi- um heifers, 17.00 to 20.75; good bulls, 24.00 to 25.00; plain to me- dium bulls, 20.00 to 23.75; corn- mercial cows, 18.50 to 20.35; util. ity cows, 16.75 tO 18.25; canners and cutters, 16.50 down; cows by the head, up to 225.00; stocker and feeder steers, 22.00 to 28.00 stock heifers and bulls by the head, up to 200.00. Choice to prime calves, 28.00 to 31.00; good butcher calves, 25.00 to 27.75; medium butcher calves, 21.00 to 24.75; thin calves, 20.75 CORPORATION YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT You Are Always Welcome At 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-2214 down; heavy calves, 18.00 to 25D0. Blue head grade lambs, 24.90; red head grade lambs, 23.40; red shoulder grade lambs, 21.25; butcher ewes, 3.00 to 8.00; stack cwesper head, none. Good butcher hogs, 25.00 to 25.65; medium butcher hogs, 24.25 to 24.75; heavy butcher hogs, 22.00 to 24.00; butcher sows 15.00 to 17.25; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 24.00 to 26.00 shoats per hundred. 32.00 down pigs per head. up 22.00; boars. 16.00 down; sows and pigs, up to 125.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start U:O0 A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Each Monday i i , i. RELIEVE TENSION WITH A CHRYSLER --the world's finest air conditioning. Let us show you why. CLIMATE ENGINEERED BY WE CAN MAKE YOU COOL AND COMFoRTABLE 'ON THESE HOT S-U-M-M-E-R DAYS LET US QUOTE PRICES ON ROOM h R C OND TIONERS FOR YOUR HOME m m I L I l I l I i PIIONE IT ., HC. HOME COMFORT DEPT. HEAT -- AIR -- WATER CONDITIONING 725-7021 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I