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guests of their daughter and son-I tion to becoming a student nurse in-law, Kay and Frank Hocken-[at that hospital in September. B smith, and two grandchildren, Karen Gifft of Bakerton was a Jeff and Tracey. I~ guest of Ida Mary Butler on Mon- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Welty andI day. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Greenstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Longer- Nellie Gageby is a patient and daughter Janie Lynn were beam and family have enjoyed a weekend guests of Mr. and Grs. two weeks vacation camping on Charles Town General IIos- George Greenwalt. the banks of the Shenandoha for observation and treat- Sunday visitors at the home of River a,t Millville. due to a fall she received Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welty andMrs. Pearl Covert and daugh- visiting at the home of her sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg wereters, Gwynneth, Kathy, and Mar- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Welty and . gie and son Todd, of Winchester, '. James Gageby in Baltimore, Mr. Elmer Welty of Martinsbur~, Va., axld Jeanette and Judy Tomb- She spent several weeks vis- Mr. and Mrs. George Gageby ann lin of Berryville visited Mr. and her son and Mrs. Bess Ray. Mr. Howard Ambrose of Engle, Mrs. Thomas Welty and son and also of Baltimore. Mr. Neale Ambrose of Charles Mrs. Ruth Clegg 1,ast Wednesday. town, Carl Pierson of Bakerton Mr. Howard Ambrose was a din- and Mr. and Mrs. George Green. net guest Sunday of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mcs. walt also of Engle. Neale Ambrose of Charles Town. Miss Ida Mary Butler was an out-patient of King's Daughters' Church Announcements Hospital, Martinsburg, (m Mon- The MYF will meet at the day undergoing tests in prepara- church hall Monday, July 25, at and Mrs. Charles Kidwiler to Baltimore last Sun- to witness a Baltimore Oft- baseball game. Mrs. John Bragg flew Eastern Airlines to Kansas Kansas where they were SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE JULY 21, 1966 and Junior are ridin' the trail toward future . . . Education, Careers their Homes and Families and all are 7 p.m. Vacation Church School will be held August 8 through August 12. B--7 All children aare urged to at- tend. The Methodist Fil:st Quarterly Conference will be Sunday, Au- gust 7 at 7:30. This is a remin- der to all officials to plan to be present. All members are also in- vited to attend. Mrs. G. E. Webb Mr and Mrs. B. F. Scholtz of Arnold, Md., spent the weekend at the Hill Top House Hotel and were visitors on Sunday at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb. Mr. John Snider is improving after being quite ill for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Mower, of Cumberland, are spending this week with Mrs. Mower's parents, Mr..and Mrs. Raymond Wilt of Bolivar. Mrs. Lillian Pierce Gold and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Ford of Baltimore spent Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carper of Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krause of Pikeside were recent visitors in Bolivar. Among the visitors at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb in Bolivar were Mr. Carroll Fitzgerald, Mr. Dale Cook and daughter MaD' Louise, all of Washington, D. C. We have learned of another wreck in Bolivar Sunday night, , Pardner! But our Bank a local car running into a lo- cal resident's home, on Main Right Around the Bend! Starting Now, Street. Quite a bit of damage your Youngsters the Value of a was done, but no serious damage we have learned. Account and show Them how to Mr. John Mills, of Brunswick, Their Savings wlmt they will Md, father of Ralph Mills, in Bol- Later. : ": is visiting his daughter and fam- A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FDICE RANSON, W. VA. Saturday, July 30, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. Corner George And Congress Street Charles Town, W. Va. fly in England, whose husband is in ~he U. S. service. A card was received by the writer on Mon- day morning from England and Mr. Mills stated that he arrived all right and enjoyed his trip and that his daughter and family were enjoying good health. Mrs. Howard Grahm of Mary- land, nea]" Lovettsville, Va., area, aunt of the writer, is quite ill at the home of a daughter. She is the former Etta Potts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potts, well l~nown farmer of Loudoun County, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Noland, of Bolivar, are spending their vaca- tion in Ocean City, Md. Mrs. Harvey Staubs has been quite itl at her home in Bolivar On Wednesday, July 133, Ca- dette Troop 427 were guests of Mayor Dunn of Bolivar who gave an interesting talk on town gov- ernment and showod the troop a number of old documents and ledgers having to do with Bol- ivar. to the late Miss Sara W. Coe chest of drawers; walnut stand with drawers; drop. mahogany parlor table; Governor Winthrop walnut desk; corner cupboard; marble-top sideboard; display cabinet; marble-top table; 2 glass enclosed bookcases; large of chairs, overstuffed, wing chair, ladder-back, Wind- 4 dining room chairs, several old straight-back and rocking also large collection of stands consisting mostly of all very old; sewing stand; telephone stand; dining drop-leaf table; marble-top, closed front storage cabinet; what-not; pine blanket chest; small cherry table; large bed, complete; twin beds, complete; mahogany with mirror; walnut dressing table with mirror; 2 clocks; brass door knocker; old fireplace stove front; brass andirons; brass fireplace tools and coal hod; brass holders; pair pewter candle holdel~; gold vase; oriental and many pieces of oriental bric-a-brac; The Following -- 1 opalite ring with diamonds; 1 golden sapphire (synthetic); 1 imitation brooch; 1 diamond bar pin, total 1 18-K Geneve watch; 1 18-K pendant watch; 1 silver Watch; 1 14.K ladles bracelet watch; 1 ladies yellow gold watch; 1 Zircon pin; 1 pin locket and pearls; pearl several portraits; pictures and picture frames; China; Ware and silver ware; (Collectors will be able to find of interest here); electric portable Singer sewing mach- '; RCA radio; G. E. refrigerator; Frigidaire stove; electric fan; iron; table and floor lights; Remington portable day bed; bed and table linens; blankets and quilts; desk; trunks and suit cases; card table; ironing books; rugs, large and scatter size; ottoman; several boxes; room screen; clothes hamper; chrome porch furniture; cooking utensils; garbage can and articles not listed. Bank of Charles Town, Executor Estate of Sara W. Coe MILLER - THARPE C. W. MOORE - CLARK FURR The Jewelry will be sold promptly at 12:00. It will be from 11:00 A. M. to 12:00 on the day of sale, or can by calling at the Bank of Charles Town, anyitme. July 21.2t- Be Wise- Advertise LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725-7510 FOIl AUTOMATIO OELIVERIE| OF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR .\ I m l