Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
July 14, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 14, 1966
 

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.




-'" - .r hn on and r ~3~ ,,t rrmOrl wltn ]'ly ~rafl~i", ---~P~nilLnn~r~,~ulkn Mrs. Margaret Gayhart and faro. Markely all of Ranson were call. I nr/H/tNI/~/I IWN ily in Ranson. , ers on Thursday with their grand j Mrs,~lb~|n~l~|1,P~,Dev ww i Mr. and Mrs. (.lint Smallwood mother, Mrs. Maude Smallwood. [ , mrs. Julia Viands of Marlinst)urg were eal)ers at My sympalhy goes out 1o theI s. 1~ ................... ,---,;tAx ......... .,,,,;rA~. ......... lheir brother Mr. George Jonessons of the late Mrs. Vernie tieish t )n, E~,~:i:~at;:':;:.::~at;.-,'i.::.'~ta.~,:.::'~@~.':.:::~at,'.~:.::,at~a oil Friday afternoon, man by her death on Friday lnorn [ 'ox ~LSS Susan Rissler along with Sunday" callers with Mrs. Julia ins in the Charles Town General ] v q and Mrs Thomas Clark of Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Itospital. Mrs. Heishman lixe(1 in [ Md~SOn were in Charleston, W. llough of i~'errvville, Mr. Lester our town about. Fourty years ago, [ l, 2~.ver the weekend and will Viands of Rolnnev, Mrs. Cora and was a fine neighbor of mine. [ ,the~ra home on Tuesday. Foster, of Charles q;own, M~'. Don. Mr. and Mrs. tlall Thomson re-[ . V!~r and Mrs William Wood- aid Hovermale of l,eeto~n, Mr. turned honm on Friday having ~d ned and chil'iiren of Bakerlon and Mrs. ltarry Shirley and child s e 1 ' .p nt he week with their d' u-I [e Sunday evening callers with ren Judy Debbie, tlarry .lr., Bob ghters Mrs. Thelma Parker in I latter's "parents, Mr and Mrs. by, Donald Lee and Rusty of Mid- Manassas Va. They also visitedI Ashby and grand son Bob- dleway and Mr. and Mrs. Albertfriends in Mariinsburg on Satur-[ ~Ware. i Viands of the Bloomery. day afternoon. [ pr. and Mrs Richard Viands Mrs. Frances Smallwood and Mr. and Mrs. Garland ttenryI )G~daughter ;~ickie sPent Sun. idaughters Phyllis and Jackie, Mrs altended the Ballenger SaleI ~1 ~ ~ which was held at Millville on I T Saturday. Hill Cimeteryl Mr. andMrs. MiltonPopkinsof, Kahletown were Saturday evening[ callers with their daughter Mrs. [ Josephine Johnston and daugh-] ters Joyce and Bonnie. ] CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mr and Mrs. Donald tlover-I a . ] '1,-- OFFERS FOR SALE male anti (laughters of Leetown were Sunday callers with the latter parents, Mr. and Mrs. A1- 511 ~1S and GRAVE ,~ ;ITEBloomery.bert Viands and daughters at the line Mrs. Beulah Fritts returned on Thursday from visiting her dau- ghter, Mrs. Doris Herndon in Ardmore, Md. Her grand daugh- ter Melody also returned home I On Monthly Installment Plan with her grand mother for a long- GRAVES LOT- $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month +INGLE GRAVE LOT -- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Bal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month O.,1 NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS er stay. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry returned home on Friday morn- ing from Petuxand, Md. and also stopped over in Baltimore, Md. with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and two children and spent a couple of days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and nephew Gregory Viands of Irvins Restaurant in Ranson spent the long week end of July 4th with his brother on the Eastern Shore l of Md. Mr. David Armstrong returned home on Thursday from the Cha- ~;les Town Hospital where he was taken on Tuesday while at work at Shannondale. He suffered a heart attack and was rushed to the hospital where he was put in oxygen. His mother Mrs. Agnes Nicherson also has been on the sick list since Tuesday. Mrs. Mau- de Smatlwood has been sick. We hope all three will soon be feel- ing better. Mr. Irvin Hedges and nephew Gregory Viands of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermate and daughter of Leetown were Tuesday callers with Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. Donald Ott son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester at has enlisted in the :?!: :i:i:i: : :i :i?iil i~iiii:~ii};!:{:~:i:) ili': "iii!!! + ,.)Mmm l A Oa 1). D vis (right) was recently appoin Administrator of the Economic Development Administration- Attending the swearing-in ceremonies were U. S. Sector Jennings Randolph (center) and Score .t ry of Commerce John T. Connor. Randolph called Davm "a ca4 ble administra- tor who has performed expertly in various high-level positions. Navy and left Thursday. He calle4~ Harpers Ferry Park his parents Sunday night and ,said he was at Portsmouth Phode Is-] land, we all wish him the best Has 94,596 Visitors of luck. Mrs. Netti5 Barren who is ~ay ing some time with her daughter Mrs. Richard Brockman in Way nesboro, Pa., was at home here in town last week Her son Cleve and wife came up from Baltimore and went up after her and they spent their vacation here with her and then took her back to Mary Anna Mrs. Barren hasn't been to well. We all hope she can soon be back to her home and feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton from Warrenton, Va. spent the day Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. l~iss Darlene Turner of Harp. ers Ferry was a caller last Wed- nesday evening with Mrs. Julia Viands. Mrs. Doris Herndon of Ard- more ,Md. and Mr. Fred Vance of the Navy in Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with her par- en'as, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Use The Classifieds Attend Church This Week During Month Of June Harpers Ferry National IIistori ell Park, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, accommodated 94,596 visitors during the Month of June !966, according to the monthly report received this week by the West Virginia Department of Commerce. This is an increase of 19 per cent over the month of June, 1965. Since January 1, 1966, the park has been visited by 385,068 tour- ists or an increase of 18 per cent over the same period in 1965. The scene of John Brown's famous raid, Harpers Ferry Nat- ional Historical Park is West Vir- ginia's only national park. 1 Catherine Siiev0us , THURS DII A?' Oj L Y IRg 62 I llonored With Party Do uND RS; . M,7 , :e, 7:d -- fo, I , - - IIUMAN BEHAVIOR9 I" teresting facts about behavior [ 1~ }~n~ ~l~}h/~t# ...... ~- act th; wa'" [ a regular feature in TIlE BALTI- IIJII LLIIU i,PI//IIUU3 Why oo peopm YI,-,.,~,,, ........ ,,,.-,,.,,,-,,,., i ........... mey do'? What motivates then,? I u~m_,.a~ r~w~ ~vtr.rut.~-~ I ,ur .ann mrs. t:narLes b. bi~ve- Learn more about psychology in[O~x sale at your meal newsdealer 19us, hoporeO their,(?tdest daugh: the easy.to.understand feature in l __ ~,'-"-~7~, .,, __ ler, Camerme, aT, a on~noav pavt) I " ' " [given at their home near ~.ippon The Baltimore News American. Use lne ulaSglile~S Saturday night. It was the 22nd .... I birthday of their daughter and /present to help her celebrate the [ occasion were.: Mr. and Mrs. Art- [ hur Barren of ttarpers Ferry, Rou ] te 2, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Silv- II /eous and daughters, Diana and /Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee ] Barren and children, Lora Ann I11 ] and Bucky; Mr. and Mrs. ttarry [ I Lee Silveous and children Katie [ and Jeff and Mr. Pete Deamero ~t | and Jack Anderson, all of Charles q ] Town; and her sisters, Cindy, Eli | zabeth, and Linda, and brother | Richard. The birthday cake with i ] 22 candies on it, was baked by her ] si~er-in-law, Mrs. Mary Lou Silve /ous. --- /0nix. One Minor Road ' Ace,dent Past Week.End Although they were called to look into a host of other minor law violations, the Charles Town State Police made only one high way accident investigation the past week.end. And in that one there were no personal injuries and property damage was listed at only about $300. Charles Town State Trooper Anthony DivVta said Roger Wayne Jenkins, 22, of Route 1, Charles Town, was driving a 1957 Ply- nmuth west on U. S. Route 340, and he went to sleep while driv- ing, and his car crashed into the front part of the home of Miss Katie Boxwell, located at the in- tersection of Jefferson Avenue and U. S. Route 340. The accident occurred at 2 a. m. Sunday and the car belonged to the Jefferson Cab Company. "Seldom is a man color blind where the long green is con- cerned." RANSON, W. V. t PHONE 725-5221 i \ ,,r PHONE: West Virginia 229-9131 I SoFt 8 Transistor t t ."and On July 16 et Balloons end Lollipops For The Kids or Clock -- We Will Give 45 x 10 ft. Mobile Home 2 Bedrooms Carpet In Living Room Full Size Range Solid Birch Cabinets Fully Insulated 360 Vanity In Master Bedroom Shutters On Froflt And Door Side Armstrong Floor Tile Full Two Inch Interior Wall O Trailer ............................. $895.00 Pick-Up Campers .......................... '63 ~/~ Pick-up ................. $895.00 All Appliance Prices Are Reduced 10% Off Of Our Regular Discount Prices C