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July 21, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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@ Lucille McCoy of Middleway. ' A iemerature of '100 degrees in the shade was reported in Charles Town. Died: Mrs. J. J. Shirley at the home of her daughter; at Shenan- doah Junction, Mrs. Annie P. Highaman of Frederick County, Md.; in Charles Town, Miss An- nie Covcley; at his home in Mrs. Julia Viands Mr. and Mrs. William Lafoliette and Miss Pean Clouts, of Chatta- nooga, Tenn., were last week vis- Charles Town, Jacob N. Zinn; at titors with their aunt and uncle, AGO---1956 Feature of Blue Ridge Live- his home in Mavtinsburg, William Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Perfection Garment Co.,Istock Sales was veal top, 25,50; Miller, formerly of Kabletown. Mr. aml Mrs. oon~ rmmp~on __ l anct sons lorry ann (SNUEKle, 0I Ranson, was sold to Sam-Ihog s top, $17.40 " 60+YEARS AGO--1906 I Baltimore, Md., spent Saturday in of Honesdale, Pa. I Died: Mrs. Emma A. McDon- I nieht with ber oarents, Mr. and ad breaking ceremonies ald, 80, former resident of Lee- The Methodist and Baptist Sun- /Mrs. Garland "I-ienr~ and left held on Sunday morning for town, at the S mons Nursing day Schools of C arles Town unit-[ edr ; nda- morn' n- for a )n of a new educational JHome in Ranson; Mrs. Lee ed m holding a plcmc on Islan / ............. "ark "'ar er Fe / week S vacal)lon WlUl dorlmlle to Bolivar MethodksttBroyles, widow of the late Robert t" n,'~ ~ SMql~rr~'h .... ht the/parents' Mr. and Mrs. Hampton 137 m Ehzabethtown, T n. dn R. Anders of Charles tion, in King s Daughters' Hospi- Richard Henderson farm of . was selected as one of four j tal, Martinsburg. acres at HaHtown for 80 an acre. m Mrs. Jame 2 ttl 2 uC 2rl r Legion players to repre-L A team shovel was put into l town was a y ....... Lime & t Mrs Maude Sma+llwood. Mr. and :his state on a six weeks! 20 YEARS A 46 servme oy me tanaarci l .er and -randsons Stone Company at Mrllwlle, e -i " " "- ve " -a f Mrs of eight Latin-American] The Jefferson County Draft three me. t- d- work -f [were vintners o r tma y o . :ies. I L Fou'ss, football and basket-Boa~:d ,announced to date that :'-~"'loamng tna~--''~"~zu ~'~:~am oy "~'" na- nd ~ I Plotner's mother, Mrs. Small- ~ach at Shepherd College 1,081 have been honorably dis- ~iod" T, ~ho,~ W,wn Mr( f wood. Very sorry to report Mrs. .1%:~_. ;;. v ....... ;~";' A'_":' Sma~wood has been on the sick e past three years, resigned charged from the U. S. Set,rice. laetia u. holmes, wee o~ ~apt. ....... .ept a teaching and coach- Died: Emmanuel Page Hinton, J. C. Holmes, aged 64 years; Mrs. l~~i~n%~lst l~iW: ~l~Sam Lafoli ost at East Orange, N. J., at his home at Shenandoah Junc- Julia Hill, wife of Volney Hill, .. _ ... " .... '2 a-ed 62-ears ette, ann ~ms Dean ~lOUtS oi School. lion; Mrs. Mary Vo~harder, in ~ s " ]Chata~ooga, Tenn., were last led: Miss Joyce Elaine Washington, D. C.; James Newton 80 YEARS A~-~86 I week visitors with their aunt and daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Clinton, 56, at his home in Bol- l uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bhsh. Lee Hardy, Jr, of Mill- ivar. Gassway F. Cross of Harpers Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and Mr. Robert Horn, son Ferry was appointed to a special ann ~nn~ T~rr~ ~nd C.huokio ~f and Mrs. William Mark 40 YEARS A60---1926 agency m the Treasury Depart- - .......... Baltimore, Md., spent Saturday mere ass~gnea to uuty ~n umcm of Bakerton. Married: At Summit Point, . . "tnight with her parents, Mr. and storm hit Leetown on Clarence Staubs, of Pikeside, nati, Ohm. .......... I Mrs. Garland Henry and left causing heavy damage. Berkeley Cour~ty, to Miss Clara t~razton umriey men near ~vnu- ~av~v gundav morn:inn for a dleawy after a three weeks rllness I ~,,ou ..... ~o+~- .... ;~h %.h,~.i~ from typhoxd fever, aged 26 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton years. in Elizabeth Town, Tenn. Mrs. James Fritts of Charles town was a caller Sunday with Mrs. Maude Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and their grandsons were also visitors on this day with Mrs. Plotner's moth- er, Mrs. Smallwood. Very sorry to report Mrs. Smartweed has been on the sick list for the last two weeks. Mrs. Clema~tine Aits and her daughters, Miss Rosie Aits and son of Sterling, Va. spent the day Saturday with their brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and nephew Greg- ory Viands in Kearneysville. They also stopped by to see Mrs. Julia Viand,s. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and family, the latter from near Char- les Town, spent lasL Sun'lay aft- t ---IN RANSON--- Be Wise -- Advertise Read The Spirit-Advocate Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engle had the Sacred Heart Catholic Churah been ~ married three year~, in Wincbester, Vs. ~ Mr. Kenneth Plotner, son of Father Connant, from the Win- Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner goes chester Seminary, officiated. The Wednesday for four years in the marriage vows were exchanged in U. S. Marines We wish him the French, n~tive language of the very best of luck. bride a~d groom. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milton of The bride was given in mar- Warreaton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. riage by Peter Gottschalk of Ray Marcus and two children of Washington, O. C. Miss Frances Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Gottschalk was maid of honor John Milton and sons of near while Jacques Vermeer of Wash- town, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ma-iington, served as best man gaha and daughters of Midd~leway I Tra(iitional organ music was and Mr. mad M~. Floyd Milton lplayed by Mrs. William Gerhi of and son of Millvitle and Mr. and Sheoherd, stown Mrs. Phil Perks Sr. of Charles Af-ter the ceremon- the bri~e Town were Sunday visitors of ~.n .,-n,~m l~e~ e,v M~ntrohl C~Int- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mi!ton.. _ a~a, ~y'wa-y'of"~a'sh'[~n'wh-ere ars francis bmanwooo ann "~e 'l" - " r ........ . ": .......... ~n y Wl.l stay io several meatus two a augnters, ann ~rs. 15ultn hoforo rod-~rni,n~ ta Roloi*~ro Marklev and two daughters of ~: ...... "~-" ~ ~"''"-:" Ra~" were the Thursday after- rne c~p~e, WhO nave been . guests at yleasance, home ot ~vzrs noon vxs~tors wxth the formers ........ cmnndrncdhar Mrg Mnudo granH ~aymonfl ~ottscnalK OI l~earneys- wood. vflle, were honored w~th a wed- ding breakfast at the home of ~.~ their hostess before the cere~ ' : " mony. KEARNEYSVILL[ Stork Shower Mrs Elsie Hamstead Mrs. Wayne Whitmore of Charles Town, was guest of honor ~~~~ at a stork shower at the Fellow- Mr. and Mrs. J E. Bybee, with ship Hail of Grace Church on Sat- their children, Cindy and Tony, of urday nigl~t. Gifts were placed Brighton, Mich., recently spent on a table centered with a stork. the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Colors of pink and blue were mend Miller. .... ~'ro ash used to decorate the room. Re. Miss Dbrotny ~um- , W - freshments of cake, trimmed with ington, D. C., spent several days baby booties, nuts, mints, cook- last week with her brother-in-law ies ,and punch were served. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norman AbotR twenty-five people attend- Whetzel. ed. Mrs. Whi~nore is the former Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cline and Marflyn Swartz, daughter of Mr. Billy and Cindy, Silver Spring, and Mrs..Carltor~ Swartz. Md., attended the class reunion of the 1950 graduates of Shepherds- Eight Hospitals In town High School at Morgan's Grove Park on Sunday. The Area ra Glines were dinner guests of Mrs. J. W. Cline on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zombro In Medicare Program and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Zombro, ~11 of Falls ChurCh, Vs., camped on the Shenandoah l River last weekend as guests of Eight hospitals in this area, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro. with a total of 894 bed~, are now Homemakers participating in the Medicare pro- The Edgewood held their July meeting at the gram for the aged, according to home of Mrs. Boteler Link, Jr. Hazel F. D~ley, Social Security~ Following devotions led by Mrs. Administration District Manager Ercel Boyd, Mrs. W. B. Ham- in W, inchester, Virginia. mend, R. N., gave the lesson on Hospitals must meet certain First .Aid. At conclusion of the hea~th and safety standards and busine~ss session, the hostess also the requirements of Title served delicious refreshments. VI of the Civil Rights Act of William C. (Bill) Dodson And ernoon with friends in Romney-The next meeting will be a picnic 1964 before they can participate i ;tuesday callers with Mrs. Jul- August 13. ._The participating hospitals in L.u EHen B.. Dodson, Managers w va at the Community Center on in the Medicare program,.. i ia Viands were Rev. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hott and tins ~..efl., accormng ~o ~r.s; IJ~ley Will Appreciate Your Patronage i Wade of Zion Episcopal Church son, Charles, Summit Point, vis- are: ~emormt ~os- i who has come to take the place ited Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter p~tal, Warren ~em0mal Hvsp~tah __._~_-.-- , l of Rev. Barley. Also callers were Sunday afternoon. Shenanaoah H~p~t~, Page ~v~em- |Miss Darlene Turner of Harpers Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter and orml ~osp~tal, %n.arms l~.own.~en. ~Ferry and on Thursday afternoon family visited Mr. and Mrs. M. R. erai, .~mg.s Daugn~rs Was Formerly Known As IRVIN S RESTAURANT t~ I the callers were Mrs. Ada Jack- Potter at Pikeside Sunday eve- r~ospitM, Orty rmsp~tai ann ~or- ht u ,e nm, gan County War Memorml Hos Was Previously Owned And Operated By Mr. And son and grand daug er S s: " g. . ._. "" land her daughters Mrs. NancyMiss Bess Miller, Mrs. pxtat. , Hedges, Irvin E. Who Served The Public For.The [Fiddler and daughter Patsy, also, Myers and Mr. Derwood Fitts, ot Nationwide, 6,323 hospi tals are }of Marlowe, Mrs. Joann Viands }Greex~sburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. now participating in the Medi- Six Years ..... ~::: :':' ;';~ :: '~8~ =H ~ : ~ and sob Billy of Ran$on and John Starfley on Sunday care program, representing 95 per Restaurant, under the new name and [~r f~ I~t~r ! Miss Tammie "~Vhite of Harpers I Mrs. Dora Turner and Mrs. cent of a~l general hospital beds I Ferry, Mrs. Francis Smallwood Edith Thomas were in Shenan- in the nation that are ava,ilable [ and two daug~ers and M~. Edith doah, Vs., on Friday to attend the for use by Medicare patients. In New Management, will be open From CURRENT R~TE [ Markley and two daughters of funeral service for Emery J. Mab, West Virginia, a to~l of 78 hos- I Mr ,nd Mrs Clint Smallwood I cle of Mrs. Thomas of beds in the State are now par- 6:00 A. M: To 12:01 A.M. 41/~ (~o I Ranson. a brother of Mrs. Turner and un- pi~als, representing 97 per cent ]of""lVlart~nsburg were "Monday t Mr. and Mrs. Paul Curvey, ticipating in the program. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY PER ANNUM ]~,~., .... H#r with th~ fM'mor's! Monte Claire, N. J., visited Mr. In the area serviced by the ]brol~l~e~ ~l~r~'Ge'org'e'Jone's'"~pcland Mrs. Irvin Hall and Mrs. Winchester Socia~ Security dis- r|~|l~|rt~ FEDE~ |wa~ ....... ',,:~',h,_o.., o~randson of the Edith Thomas Sunday afternoon, t trict65 or offiCe,over, havelb'700enroliedpersnS'in agethe AND Smallwoods left on Tuesday for Mademoiselle Anne Marie Ancient hes i .... F p tal insurance oenet ~ pro .~.11:flfl,.A...M...T".~,R:[~ SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. the Army. He was sent to FQrt Is Bride In Winchester, Va. /_ram " Jackson, N C Wayne is the son 1 e~- Jill- 11 the weddin" ~f Ma [ s " SUNDAYS 100 wl Washington St. ~f Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hough of/de~oisefl~ Maries ~ncien/ a~.~"~ "~'~n~. ~son. ~ , . .land AlaL'I Dardenne, both of/ ~Hr~ ~nu~R HAGERSTOWN, MD. ~rs francis ~mallwoou ann . " w " / _ . - .... . ..... Lsege, Belgium, as celebrated m , aaugnters lqlyllSS an(1 daCKle Ot~ ENJOY GOOD FOOD And Meet Your Friends At (Formerly IRVIN'S RESTAURANT In Ranson) You Get precisely What Doctor Orders Accuracy is a highly important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experier ce, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Vs. Dial RE 9-1001 MANI Yep, that's a hearing aid --- and it can help millions of per- sons. It's the SONET, the smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so light and tiny that it's worn e'tatirely in the ear --- there's nothing outside the ear. You iust slip the SONET in your ear and ingenious focused hearing di. toots sounds to the eardrum. SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 Ranson and Mrs. Edith Markley and two daughters also of Ran- son, were Thursday afternoon callers with the former's grand- mother, Mrs. Maude Smallwood. Misses Gaselia and Linda Small- wood of Charles Town spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandmother. Sunday Guests Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Julia Viands were: Mr. and Mrs. Lester ~iands and sons Jackie of Romney, W. Vs., and Private Glenn Viands of Fort Eustis, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Getzandanner of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters of Leetown. Saturday night call- ers were Mr. Irvin Hedges and his nephew, Gregory Viands of Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Shiley of Bardane were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby ,and grandson, Bobby Ware. The four Woodward child- ren of Bakerto~ were the weekly guests with their grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow, Jr. and daughters were dinner guests on Sunday with the lat- ter's mother, Mrs. Mary Frye at Point of Rocks, Md. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Rissler and daughters, M,i~ses Jane, Susan and Pat spen~ Sunday at Black Water Falls, near Davis, W. Va, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kelican of Virginia B~ach a~d Mrs. aMry Frye, were S~turday cMters with the latter's ~n-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. William Dillow, Jr. and daughters at the Bloom. ery. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Crim and mother, Mrs. Frazier of Summit Point, and Mr. and Mrs. JOhn Grove of Wheafland. were the recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ris.uler and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. LarDy Hanna of Washington, D. C. and Mr. Char- les Hanna of Mart~nsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DiUow and son of Charles Town were Sun- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Plotner and family. Mrs. Robert Diliow gave her sister and brother-in-law, a party I oa we di, mmiver ry.l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1966 AWARD WINNING i 7 Since 1905 Peoples has filled i 85 million Prescriptions , . and now, Peoples would like to extend thanks to you for the trust you shown. ~' ~ 7 Million Filled in 1965 Come to where the Friendly, "hop-to" service is a specialty of ours. Come in and give it a try. It's as spirited as our new colors. 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NOW ONLY ,.23 NOW ONLY NOW ONLY $199.9S t279.9S $3@9.9S CHARLES TOWN COO] rE DIAL 725-2212 RANSON, W. VA.