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40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 [ daughter Tuna visited His. par- I ating at the home of her na.nd SI IRIT OF $] RSON rAmumte n,.a A+ h~,. h ..... ~,~, c.. I eros wlr. and Mrs, William pillow |daughter-in-law, Mr. mla tars. THURSDAy lltrv l q " ~___R - . . ~Jx ~xxl.~ *axxxxxj xxx xv~xixvxxx~ ~XI.L Xa~X A" X~LX~ ~aS. I " gross St., Charles Town Mrs. Gra- . ..... , ......... ~ ,.L ,,,~ ,re.,.... ;~,, ,~ ..... ur ] By Mrs. Julia Whipp Vmnds mother Mrs. Mary Frye in Point ] Mrs. Carl Sykes of Ellicott City ....... , ..... .... - ...............~ .... t -- of Rocks Md I Md aDen SundbY with her unsDurg tame and Stone uo. are I ioma rtots etn organization. t Taylor; at,.,thehomeof his son I Mr. and. Mrs. Garland Henry Mrs. Core" Foster of Charles [mo her=l rs. R. W: rder: ~ L 0n.~a~a~,d~..i _i .... : I' The programs liter|de cent|n- .eax ~vcr. ~ o.vp t.,~ cvu.ty, are on meir vacatmn to ~atuxant To nt Mr " ' " ' " ~rs. ~alm Tnomas s nt sere- u" c " ' " - --From The Files of The-- l-h-(2. Whitman" "+ ~';0 h^me i" I ............. wn ape Sunday afternoon l . Harry Zmn, Jr. of aear, , ..... e .. 10 tat|on a! .d !ire time p ro , .............. .~ ?,~ o -i~vta. to ~vlrs nenrys t~romer anu with Mr~ J,,liu Viands und faro. I Bn~tan Ma-~ vieitati ~zfith hie I ral tlays last WeeK wlul nor slsterldud[ion r~,ord.~ on every cow in h 1 n r n mus ....................................... ' ........ ~ "' ........ .--:- =---~= ...... .r. -... -- OF JEFFERSON- FARMERS ADVOCATE I c ,ar fffow E. I and Mrs. Richard ily. Mrs. George Jones was a [ mother, Mrs. Dord s inn, while I m_WeaU nd, Md-. .... I more 2,t )0 rticipating reg- Ban le Y" . . caller on Monday afternoon, on vacatmn last week. vergreen ulu spon [stored Holstein herds. By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer hshed the k of Char s Town ] Mrs. Beulah Frltts and niece Mr and Mrs Albert Viands.Jr I Miss Nancy Burfiett dau~,hter Isoring a carnival and Spaghetti [ I hadfesourcesof $732.16 45. .... . I M!ss.. Linda Pulse latter of and (laughters" Mary and Nancy: I of Mr. and Mrs."i-i tl y B ett, I sullp_er at he Con mqntiy cen r i ...... ~.v o~x.~.. ~a.~x a.~t ~u~ lVtlCtUleway returne~ ~un~ay even ....... 011 ~riaay, outy l~. Tney Will ~.qnc.o-.~.~.~l ,ann-unce the m~rria~,o nf theirl~ ....... ~nna~ o=. ,~- ~-..;.1 .......... Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermalelvm~ted with Lane Br~thwalte,|. . . [ .[.,! .... I ......~_ ................... ~,_ v ,~,,..~,..~. ~,~.,,.,,....o...~ ,~aL,~ mg Irom a vacauon In wasnmg- I~e in servln at 5 p m. come dau ter Ma L i Mr For- and children David and Donna of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton ....... ~ marks the one hun-] !g~._ ~ ou se to ~... I of Harpers Ferry $153,255,66. I ton, D. C., to her daughter Mrs. Jefferson Ave spent Wednesday [Braithwaite at Winchester, Va l ear~y and avoid the rush. I ~1~--.~. " ersity of the laying]rwes~r~lyue ~lmmons oI l~artow,I an v~-~'~'-_. ~an~ [Doris Herndon little Me!ody re- afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. [from Sunday until Tuesday. [ ~ I "-~.~lr~J~V~r~l_ : Ir i.5o Do;,.hter.'Uoo i,al [ .co. | Leryj il urnean fur,spent the fourth with Mr. and / Church. ]registered Holstein cow iu this[SERVICE ON ALL MAKES tl .................... The Presbyterian Chu-I ..... ~ ~ ~-,~ .... v * I o~ ~,~,o au,~---~oox I cnimren anu lvir. tiarry Miller oPIMr~ Rnhort ~'rv~ / M .rs Ed'lth Thomas had as[ I [ampden Sydney College, I -- I Died - Near Middleway, Mrs./Hedgesville were Friday evening ........ ~uests Saturday evening,...... Mr~ are~: .......... lU In R !~ I tP, o as nurs~ imperial Maybes I Sydney, Va was the [ 20 YEARS AGO -- 1941 [Mary Jane Lewis, wife of John L |callers with Mr and Mrs Harry I .o-..ffif.....- ...... Rose Carroll of Charles Toffim and I,ma~o ........ I W r ~ ~[~ .~ . se h " ". .... . - ,,,~-q~. ow~. ea oy Moutton ~'arnls, ,IF ! a beautiful wedding[Died-Joseph S. Wittington, lLewls,~nPr%pe~Ity,fSsCeJ~er~[Shirleyandfam~ly; ... I KI:AK I:YhVILLI Mrs. MarY Ellen McKee and dau-lCharles 'town, produced 17,9281 ~l~ 0- 1.L'IL~I/I~I/tU ]s~ Kitty Little Dupuy, I native of the Leetown Neighbor- [wingare o y o p - / . .Mr. aria jv~s. re.uows ana.mree [ ghter, Martie of Ranson. /lbs. milk and 628 lbs butterfat in I !I~MIV II I LLLVIJit$1N "~Mr" and Mrs" Edward[hd at hishme in Martinsburg;lt~wn'~ .... ; ........ h;"e --'a rs'[ By Mrs. Elsie Harastead Mr. Roy P utman, an employee|3{k5 days on twice ciaiiy milking[ ............ ~.~upuy oI near Martins- [at the Moore & Dorsey packing [ ~x .~exx-u~.u./.~ ma~ ~. w a~ [~c~ter ~Jt~ow auu culture,s, ~ur. [ ...... ~ ...... 0t l~erKeley Upnoistering Co. mar a 7-year-old I ~ we~ Washingtoll ~L ; became the bride of Mr I House Berrvarille Alnhus Gibson/useu in harvesting wheat on me IElmer Dillow anu son oi near l ~vlrs. Leslie l~rye ancl tlnsbu~.~" 1~** ,.af .... A ~ ...... I, t ~v_..z .... : .... , . .[ , : , x- . . ... .~ ,,,o ,~tu~,~u tu wo~ we~t vlr Inla nlver " tngerfield Alfriend,_ son Freeman of Rippon. /farm of James M. Ranson,. near [Kabletown, Mr. and Mrs. Kerns Ichfldren of Bait[more,. Md. spent ,,~-"~* ........ ,~ ,~,~" .......... v,~,t,mt. [-v .... g . _.u .s~ty.super- [. Charles.,, ~8......, w... --,,v xl Mrs John S Alfriend [ Members of the Watson famil-/Charles Town attracting much and two son~ and Mrs Nellie Pen- Ithe weekend with Mr. and Mrs ,~ xr ..... ~m.^,.^, __.1 I,_ |j__sea _~a.e welgnmg anatestmt!l of | . a . . . " " ~-,,tx. ,r~v.t,tssa.u VVt|~t~C! ~nU ~/.I", ][" U I~I S' ~ " s Town: Miss Naomi Me-Iheld their 2 family reunion at [popular attention, well of Murrlel Hill were callers IHarry Creamer. ~el smith ------, ....... ,#_, |~r__o~ :Vuo.!a a a pprto ~e.OttlCml [ PHONE 497 ................ , ux nero esungP g taro ra ot me nat I hter of Mr and Mrs El- [the Community" Center with app- [ President James A. Garfield with Mr. and Mrs. Buss Stagners I Misses Brenda and Anna Mary ...... , . . , . Ill ............. _ ,-. ~ _ , ~, ~_ m of near Charles Town ]romimately 150 oresent, lwas fatally shot by an assassin, during the week. ~Willingham daughters of Mr. and -- , , * Villiam Moldoch of Pitts- I Miss Elsie Murphy a resident of [Charles J. Guitran in the Peasen- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- i Mrs. Gilbert Willingham, Jr., - ...................................... W Jersey were married Ithe county for malay years nur-/ger station of the Pennsylvania male and children David and Don- I spent several days last week with Cry ~MdL' Mr and~ Mrs [chased the Mercer L~)ve Farrn~ of/Railroad in Washington on Sat- na spent the week-end with his'their maternal grandparents, Mr o, , , , ~.Milton of Charles Town 180 acres on the Purcellville-Wheat [urday, July 2, 1881.parents Mr: and Mrs..ClydeSpear- and Mrs. S. O. Howe at Kable- ~ _ _ - . ~- c ow m t~er~eley ~prmgs, Donald town -- Iland road in Loudoun ounty, the I .m y~~ ~8~ _ ..... ' ...... l' " is on his vacation from NewtonMr ann Mrs 9oug Arvin and iime[ arm consmts a store nouse .... ,built in 1802 and a stone barn Wllham Grantham died at his Baker Hospital. children of Martinsburg spent BIG o~,~o-NOW! ) \ T fl E I built in 1843. home near Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.D. ........... - - | Harold Lorenz was named by C ai- on and children, Mrs. Harry Shirley McCarty, Mr. J. D. McCardy a d 1' C'rDII~I:D Prt |County Superindent of Schools, "o . e mt p a . and children of Middleway were furman with the B & 0 Railroad ~ ~ ~i- I1 /. J/IIlMLIi ~. I Henry M. Sydnor as Atheletic Dir- argu.ments won, Duz on sates Wednesday evening callers with is on two weeks vacation. ~iii lector of the Charles Town Hi,,h maue. Mr and Mrs Bert Viands Mr and Mrs Thomas Welsh ~:~i1~ _ _ s. a I. n ~r I a T. [School to fill the vacancy bv t~e -- -- i~Ir. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were : and daughters, l~ancy and Pauline ~] ~ |]~.T) ~11~ r, . . . -- ?:i::~ -- ~ mr ~ .......... Ires[gnat[on of George Hill. ~ ~ callers with the latter mother spent the long weekend, from ~il--"-'~" R A L H O M E [ Married- At the parsonage of: ~ ~. '~" Mrs. Willingham and daughter inSaturday until Tuesday, with Mr. :~] RO0"" _ I the Methodist Church in Westmin ~ T~ II~s Kearneysville. and Mrs. ~olly Harper at Clove- ~iii I~.~ ~P III Town lister, Md Miss Eleanor May Hoff~ ~ Mr. and Mrs Leo Widmyer of land Ohio, Mrs. Welsh and Mrs. ~i:l it ]master, daughter of Mr. an~t Mrs. FOIII ~ Federal Hill have been on a trip Harper are sisters. ?iii~ ilk |l~ , I E. S. Hoffmaster of Bakerton to a. - A .. to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer ~ .._. ~ Express S m ath and daughters, V~rgmla and Mary [Mr. Mayson L. Unger of Martins- Y P Y " - " " . . t, ondltloner burg. Our deepest Sympathy goes out Frances spent several days iasz I to the daughter and sons of the DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAblINED -- GLASSES FITTED - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thursdl~ "OPEN EVENING~ By Appointment Only. 785 112 S. Charle~ St. Charles Town, W. VL 11 NORTH, WINCHESTER, VA. THRU TUESDAY, JULY 12- 18 S EE WARM, WONDERFUL BY I$c ,'.lnl~l., by ~'ll~lIMAkCl~ COLOI~ ~ DE ~ The Chincoteague Pony Starring in This Picture IN PERSON At This Theatre During the Entire Engagement of This Picture. Have Your Picture Taken ON MISTY. FREE PONY RIDES! PLUS--- HARION BRANDO URiaH W{iiliiCO " [ANT CARTOON CARNIVAL t Will sell at Public Sale the Following Articles located Ridge Street, Harpers Ferry, W. Va., on ISATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Piano with 8 Rolls of Music, A-1 shape; Mahogany Table, Oak Double Bed with springs and mattress; Stand, Oak Dressers, Oak Table and Desks, Small General Electric~Va~uiim Cleaner, Royal Eloc. Westinghouse Elec. Cleaner, Small Kitchen Range, Oil Range, 2-Burner Oil Stove, Small Coal Stove, and Table Lights; Straight Back a~ad Rocking Love Seat, 2 Oil Lamps, Singer Sewing Machine, O. Sraoking Stands, Brass Flower Holder, Small Tables, Round Metal Stand, Floor Taxer, 2 Carpet 8 Rugs, large and small; A. B. C. Washing M~- l~lling Boxes, Music Stand, Andiron Set, Pictures and Frames; Some China and Glassware; Co~ing Uten- Said Pans; Cherry Seeder, 2 Trunks, Icebox, Water t~td Rack; Bird Cage, 2 Tressels, New Roll of Barb 8hovels, Picks and Digging Irons; Small Roll of Roof- ~d Lots of Other Articles not mentioned ~" On Day of Sale. g R LU II ROUGH, Getting trapped on the golf course is bad enough, but even worse is being "trapped" by an expensive damage suit should you ac- cidentally injure another person. Stay out of the "rough? financially with an ~tna Casualty Com- prehensive Personal Lia- bility policy. Call us today. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 Avis till aJ i~ With tha SONOTONE SOVEREIGN Our First Eyeglass Hearing Aid with all these better hearing benefits: Natural Telephone Listening Normal Listening Zones Cold Weather Power Automatic Velum Control Straight Line Sound Conduction Binaural "Steree" Hearing Contour Comfort Color Choice New Clarity If you could not wear any eye- *glass hearing aid before, the power- ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" may solve your hearing problem. SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 MRS. NAOMI P. COOKE , MRS. BETTY J. JOHNSON THARPE, Auctioneer. MOORE, Clerk. 6 aaad 13-Zk late Mr. Tom Dillow by his un- timely death. His funeral was held Sunday afternoon and was largely attended, Mr. Dillow was well known in our little town. Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Sublett Chamblin and Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Bobby re- turned with Sylvester where he has secured employment in Wash- ington, D. C. Bobby was among the graduates this year of the Brunswick High School. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children Judy, Harry Jr., Bobble Debbie, Ronald and Russell of Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nanc~ of the Bloomery were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands and Mr. Roland Whipp. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherrie of Loundon Hei- ghts Va. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children David and Donna of Jefferson Ave. were Sunday callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and family at the bloomery. The Staubs Family of Martins. burg are spending some time at their summer cottage near the bloomery. Mrs. Roy Pulse and children of Middleway and Mr. and Mrs. Leo- nard Fritts of Charles Town were Tuesday callers with ~Ir. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah Fritts. We were glad to hear Mrs. Willard Tumblin has been able to return to her home from the town Hospital and able to be up in a wheel chair Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tumblin of Bardane was a caller on Monday with their brother and Mrs. Lester Viands and sons Glenn and Jackie of town were callers Monday evening with the in laws Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands we are looking for Lester home from North Dokato some time for a visit the last of this month. Mr. Floyd Fawver of Martins- burg and Mr. John Wagaman of Hagerstown, Md. spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. Bert Viands The Wagamans Mr. and Mrs. just returned Thursday night from a trip to California, Mexico and Can ada they were gone six weeks. Mr. Wagaman is a Lawyer in Hagers- town with his brother Charles. Mr. and William Dillow Jr. and ORDER OF PUBLICATION Circuit Court of Jefferson "Corm ty, West Virginia Robert W. Buddenhagen, plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 141 Carol Buddenhagen, Defendant c/o Mrs. Sam Eber 27 Beech St., c/o Clifton Heights P. O. Alden, Pc. The object of this suit is to ob- tain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony To the above named Defendant --Carol Buddenhagen It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Carol Budden- hagen is a none resident of the State of West Virginia. it is here by ordered that Carol Buddenhag en serve upon James M. Mason, 3d, plaintiffs attorney whose ad- dress is Mason Bldg., Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer on or before the 10th day of Aug- ttst, 1961. If you fail to do so, jud gement upon proper hearing trial may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Entered by Clerk of said Court July 3, 1961. W. M. JONES Clerk of Court By: Marie TrusseU D. C. July 6-3t-pd. week with Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hinwood at Donelson, Tenn. Miss Barbara Creamer, who has been visiting the Hinwoods, returned here with her parents. Gary Willingham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Willingham of Win chester, Va. and Miss Julia Jenk- ins daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Jenkins of Waynesboro, Va. are visiting their grandmolher, Mrs. Gilbert Willingham, Sr, Miss Anne Burham, R. N. of Memphis, Tenn. spent Thursday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burham, Miss Joyee Burharh, who has been visiting her sister Anne, has returned home. Miss Judy Skinner, daughter of Mrs. George Benedum of Harris- burg, Pc. is visiting her maternal grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Ham- mond. ~ Mrs. Henry Burnett is spending a few days with friends in Wash- ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and sons of Middleway were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston. Mrs. Stella Painter, who suffer- ed a stroke last week, is recuper- HERE'S BIG SAVINGS ON AIR CONDITIONER ELECTRIC WIRINGr COSTS. NOW! For a limited ~ime, your local Electric Company is offering BIG SAVINGS in the installation charges for home wiring ef any 240 volt Air Candiflonor purchased from any electric Ipplianca dealer in the wrvice area of The Potoma~ Edison System. SAVE COOL CASH! SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER! AND DON'T FORGET TO ASK YOUIt APPLIANCE DEALER ABOUT FLAMELESS ELECTRIC DEHUMIDIFIERS WHICH DRAW DESTRUCTIVE DAMPNESS OUT QF THE AIR, PROTECTING TOOLS, CI, OTHING, FURNITURE AND WALLS, Ask your dealer about a real cool sxtre-ost option-Chevrolet air conditim~qk Corvair 700 Club Coupe. A 2-door budget-minded beauty with thistledown handling, rear-engine true- tion and quick-stepping, sassy performance. Nomad 9-Passe,ger Station W!t en.. Chewolet' the. full-sized, wagon more peo, ple . __.are p'cldm A cho,ce-of to save oa. irom nifty.N0mad t thrifty Brookwoods, Bel Air 4-Door ,Sedan. Priced just above the- thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets, Bel Airs give~ou the full treatment of,Body by Fisher craf uanmhip. A~ at your One-Stop Shopping Center You'll find the buys even more inviting than the weather at your Chevrolet dealer's now. Because more people are buying Chevrolets than any other make, your dealer can serve up summer uvings in extra big portions. If you like your driving full sized, you can choose from thrifty Biscaynes, people-pleasin' Be| Ai~ and bnpeceable Impahs. If you've a ye~ far a big wa~o~, Chevy's ~ot six that haul like sixty. If thrift-size is your size, then Corvair s the ear for you. Ter budget-pleasin' madels to pick from. And, of course, every Corvair is a driver'e delight thanks to the nimble, sure-footed going that's yours with Corvair's superb rear-engine design. It sure adds up to a lot of happy-driving ways to save, daesn't it? Thirty-one, to be exact. With so much so handy at your Chevrolet dealer's, choosing new ear just couldn't be simpler or savin'er. Come in and see for yourself. Imlmla 2-Dogr Sedan.; Like al]phgvro_lets, tlds.lm1 , rougn roa (orany user tdaa)with lte a See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's ( e.Stap Slu nO m West Washington Street Ch les Town, W. Va. PlUme