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I0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 Class Of 1963 Holds. Fifteenth Reunion The Charles Town High School class of 1963 held its fifteenth reunion Saturday, June 15, at the new Cliffside Motor Inn. A buffet dinner was followed by a dance with music furnished by "The Patterns". Shown above is the Class of 1963. They are, left to right, front row -- Ike Lloyd, Mary Merchant, Doug Aikens, Jane Nelson, Wallace Magaha, Patsy White, Sally Shank, Donna Brown and Pat Dick. Second row -- Tom Specht, Charles Moler, Kenna Caton, Charlotte Kisner, Susan Wilt, Judy Hildebrand, Esther Morrison, Margaret Harrison. Third row -- Donna Coulter, Doug White, Bobby Smith, Sam Dalgarn, John Magaha, Bob Dailey, Russell Layman and Jack Wysong. Fourth row -- Bob Davis, John Lowery, Buddy Upright, Dick Snyder and David Childs. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crim Dial 725-7777 ============================================================================ TO HOLD YARD SALE Beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 29, a yard sale will be held on the lawn of the Church of the Holy Spirit. A wide variety of housewares, summer clothing, bric-a-brac and toys will be offered for sale. Stop by and take advantage of the many bargains being offered. Miss Shirley Macoughtry and Mrs. W. O. Macoughtry visited Tuesday with the Rev. and Mrs. Jennings Hobson, Jr., at their home in Luray, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunn and children,.who were enroute from Wisconsin to their new base in Rhode Island where the former will be Stationed with the United States Navy, have beer. visiting with Mrs. Dunn's brother and sister-in-haw, Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeIColle and family. Thompson and son of Charles The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Vernon Town. Mr. Thompson, a former and their sister-in-law, Mrs. student of Mrs. Snyder's, has James Snyder, attended a just begun the practice of law in concert at the Braddock Street Charles Town, where he is U.M. Church in Winchester, Va., associated with the office of which was presented by a Young Attorney Henry Morrow. On People's Lutheran Choir from Sunday, Miss Patricia Smith of Minnesota on Sunday. Augusta, W. Va., arrived at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knott and Snyder home to visit while at- children, in company with tending classes this week at friends from Herndon, Va., Shepherd College. spent last week vacationing at Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stagner Bethany Beach, Del. of Monte View, had as their Miss Nicole Nobrega left dinner guest on Sunday, Mrs. Saturday to spend several days Dorothy Anders. visiting with her father, Mr. Miss Tracey Owens spent Manuel Nobrega, at his home several daysvisitingatthehome near Hershey, Pa. of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eve Ott and sons, who Mrs. Grady Owens. had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Woodrow Cameron and son, left McGlauflin and children of Saturday to return to their home in Lincoln, Ill. Visitors during the past week CALLING ALL at Shenstone, home of Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder, were Mrs. HOMEMAKERS Itussell Druschel, Mrs. Leroy n ,..L& To You n,. Cheshire and Mrs. Joseph urOuE.t Starkey, all of Summit Point, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael RAMEY'S PUBLIC AUCTION FARM EQUIPMENT & TRUCKS GROWING FIELD CORN SAT., AUG. 5, 1978 AT TT:00 A. M. WALKERSVILLE, M D. Equipment.and trucks will be moved to Jim Trout's Indian River Farm, 10104 Dublin Rd., Walkersville, Mdl From Frederick 5 mi..N, on Rt. 15 to Biggs Ford Rd., turn right, go 1.4 mi., turn left on Dublin Rd. 2.2 mi. to farm on left. 4 TRACTORS INT. 1466 DIESEL TRACTOR with 706 hrs., weights and good rubber, INT. 1066 DIESEL TRACTOR with 1023 hrs., weights and good rubber, INT. 666 DIESEL TRACTOR with 967 hrs., weights and good rubber, INT. 464 DIESEL TRACTOR with 415hrs., weights, good rubber- like new. HARVESTERS & PLANTER 1975 INT. 915 S. P. COMBINE with full cab, monitor, auto. controls for 6 row 30" corn head w/Diesel Turbo engine ( IF NOT SOLD BEFORE SALE), 1978 INT. 400 CYCLO 6 ROW CORN PLANTER with dickey - planted only 572 acres corn, INT. 830 FIELD HARVESTER with 2 row corn head - cut only 120 acres, 2INT. I10 SILAGE WAGONS with tops - used 1 season, 3 8 ton fiat bed wagons with 16' to 18' beds, 52 ft. 8" grain augur with down chute and tripod. GROUND TOOLS 2 Int. 5 and 6 bottom 18" reset plows, Int. 2 bottom plow, INT. 221/2' FOLD UP DISC HARROW, Int. 7' pickup disc harrow, rock scoop for tractor, 3 pt. Lely double feeder fertilizer spreader, Woods C80 rotary mower, Rhino 8' scraper blade, wheel and tires for Woods mower. TRUCKS 1977 GMC 6500 V-8 GAS ENGINE TANDEM TRUCK TRACTOR - only 10,000 miles - with 13 speed trans., twin screw axles (same as new), 3 - 34' DORSEY TANDEM FLAT BED TRAILERS with grain sides, bows, canvas and tie- downs - ex. cond. SEEDS AND TOOL8 7 bags Timothy seed, 30 bags clover seed, 30 bags Trojan seed. corn, portable air tank, oil filters, some hand tools, 275 gal. fuel tank and pump, 160 NEW 18" PLOW SHARES, etc. $72 ACRES GROWING CORN TO BE OFFERED AT TROUT FARM CROP LOCATIONS -- MONTGOMERY CO.: 180 A. Funks field corn located at Gaithersburg and Muncaster Rds. (opp. fire house), 120 A. DeKalb field corn at Boyds Rd. and Old Baltimore Rt., V4 mile from 1-270 Clarksburg Interchg. FREDERICK CO.: 180 A. Trojan field corn at Old Frederick Rd. and Stevens Rd., 92 A. Trojan field corn at Orndorff Rd. and Old Frederick Rd. Montgomery Co; corn planted Apr. 11 - 30; Frederick Co. corn May 1 - 11. Can be inspected anytime. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All equipment was purchased new recently and has had excellent service and care given regularly. Same for trucks. Equipment can be inspected at Trout Farm after July 31st. SALE SITE PHONE - 301-898- 9391. TROUT AUCTIONEERS, INC. 15 N. Court St., Frederick, Md. 301-663-1555 James G. Trout, Auctioneer Mehrle N. Wachter, Clerk July 27.1t GEORGE W. COOLEY 14201 Lewisdale Rd. Clarksburg, Md. 20734 Lunch Available -- PLEASE CLIP THIS AD -- HOW TO IMPROVE BACKGROUND Buying the right furnishings for back grounds of rooms can't be treated as unim- portant if RAMEY you want a beautifully decorated home. Many a room has failed to reach its potential because not enough care and attention were given to the background. And, so this week, we'd like to present.some ideas for you to think about, when you consider the backgrounds of a room. One possible idea, often overlooked, is a large decorator screen, say behind a sofa. This can provide an exciting background. Another oRen overlooked background idea is a beautiful bookcase. And, when you're shopping for things for backgrounds, be sure to consider decorator clocks, as well as mirrors and pictures. Properly selected, these can bring new beauty to your h6me both in themselves and as the background setting they provide -- and they can dramatically change the appearance of a room. When it comes to the colors and textures of walls, you should consider harmony with the fur- nishings in the room as well as possible contrasts you'd like to achieve. One idea for a decorator touch is to make three walls all one color and the fourth wall an entirely different color or design. If done right, this can be very effective. And remember we're here to help with all fur- nishings. Come in. RAMEY'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Charles Town, W. Va.. Copyright Leavittown, Pa., were guests last weekend at the home of the hatter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. Upon their return home they i were accompanied by their son i Troy, who had been VLSlt]ng at the Glassford home. Also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Glassford on Sunday were the hatter's nephew, Mr. Raymond Menear, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa., accompanied by several friends from New York, who were enroute home from a motor trip over the Skyline Drive. Miss Paula McKee of" Arlington, Va., arrived here on Monday to visit for two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee. She was accompanied here by her father, Mr. Ernest McKee, who returned to Arlington later in the day. Also visiting with the McKees on Tuesday were their daughter, Mrs. Robert Ott and daughter of Kearneysvi!le. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman and son of Leetown, were visitors Sunday at the home of the hatter's mother, Mrs. W. J. Furr. The Misses Lucy and Alice Farnsworth of Washington, were visitors over the weekend at the home of their sister, Miss Edna Farnsworth. Mrs. Linda Fries and daughter were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph en: tertained the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Rudolph and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Johnson, at a cook-out honoring the birthday of the senior Mr Rudolph. Mrs. James Snyder was the guest speaker at the 10th an- niversary celebration of the Charles Town High School Class of 1968, which was held on Saturday at the Cliffside Restaurant near Harpers Ferry. Dougie Stamey and Paul Rudolph, in company with the hatter's aunt, Mrs. Ernest Webb and son spent Tuesday at Skateboard Land near i Gaithersburg, Md. On Wed- nesday Dougie had as his overnight guests Tommy and Denny Clatterbuck of Mid- dleway. Mrs. David Wood and dauhter, Mrs. Michael DelColle and children, Mrs. Ernest Wood anti sons and Mrs. James Mark of Charles Town, spent Thur- sday in Clearbrook, Va., where they enjoyed picnicing and swimming. Miss Heather Wood left on Monday for the Peterkin Con- ference Center near Romney to spend two weeks attending the Intermediate church camp there. Mark Rudolph, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Frazier and sons, left early Monday morning for Ocean City, Md., to spend this week vacationing at the beach. Visitors for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hale and children were the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hale of Charleston, W. Va. The group spent the weekend in Towson, Md., having gone there to attend the East Coast A.A.U. Invitational track meet held at Towson University, in which two of Mr. Hale's nieces par- ticipated. In two post-season games the Summit Point Little League All- Stars defeated the Charles Town Twins by a score of 6 to 2 on Wednesday and on Friday defeated the Berryville, Va., Indians by a score.of 6 to 4 in an extra-inning game. The All- Stars have two more games sctieduled before winding up the 1978 season. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: RIPPON Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Dial 725-9098 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The annual Jenkins and Mills reunion was held July 9th at Bardane Community Center with about 175 present. The following were recognized -- Mrs. Lester Jenkins, eldest; Chrissy Sager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager, youngest,; Thomas Lee Jenkins, traveling the farthest from Germany. Members of the families were !present from Martinsburg, Virginia, Germany,' Maryland and Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hileman of Mt. Mission, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James FriLLs. Mrs. Leo Jenkins and daughter and Mrs. Connie Richards and daughter spent Saturday in Winchester, Va., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenkins and daughters of Winchester, Va. Miss Kathy McDonald is a patient in the City Hospital in Martinsburg, having been taken there on Monday for observation and tests. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo were Sunday night guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ceravalo and family. Miss Betsy Pritchard spent a week at Virginia Beach with relatives, joining her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzel and sons in Blacksburg, this week. Mrs. Eva McFillen Pope accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Nicodemus, to Stephen City, Va., on Sunday, July 23, to attend a birthday party held in honor of Mrs. Lillie Lavina Newton McFillen Swartz, who celebrated her 94th birthday. The party was held at the Relief United Methodist Church, Stephen" City, Va. Others of the family attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pope and family of Front Royal, Va.; Mrs. Cheyenne Cashin of Washington, D.C.; Richard Kibler of Boyce, Va.; Mrs. Ruth Swartz, Mrs. Julia Crim, Mrs. Bertha Lichliter, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell McFillen and Lesa Russell of Berryville. Mrs. Lyle Purr, Mrs. Gene Somers and daughter, Miss Mary Lamont, and Mr. and Mrs. David Housden and son were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Jeff Housden spent from Friday till Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Mrs. Chaton Stickles of Win- chester, Va., and Mrs. Lester Jenkins of Berryville, Va., were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Richards, Jr., and daughter of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. James Richards Sr., and sdn, Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES TOWN & RANSON th Donald Jenkins and and Mr. tended the held in Luray, Va., Outdoor Hints Barbecuing, boating trigger recreational fun but these good times fiery catastrophe. Remember that a doors can be dan In outdoor cooking, liquids cannot he because can plosions, death when the near heat or flames. For outdoor liquids rank well charcoal starters. are chemicals in cakl charcoal igniters nationall) laboratory such derwriters' asking for e Trying to get more I charcoal fire by flammable liquid into is asking the fire to out and burn you. needs help, tuck underneath it. Camping in the always been great youngsters. Make is flame-retardant. coated tents are keeping rain out burn up in child tra inside. 3 616 THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDA '300 Dollars 1st- "tOOI4th and.so ISth 2s 3rd. 50 [6th: 25 7th. 25 ! To be AWARDED to even lucky shoppers. Get your FREE tickets from participating merchants displaying THE BONANZA DAYS PENNANTS. No Purchase Necessary. Winners need not be present to win. Drawing will be Saturday at 5:00 PM in front of Post Office. CHARLES TOWN -- RANSON MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION American Finance Aunt Nellie's Bakery Bank of Charles Town Barr Electronics Bailey's LaFayette C.B. Shop Diamonds Dollar General Dominick "Wells" Fargo Nationwide Insurance Everman House Eastern Building Supply Feagans Jewelry Gary & Judy's Hensell Realty Hoover's T.V. Center J&L Sporting Goods J&S Sporting Goods Jefferson Finance Jefferson Hardware Jefferson News JC Penney J.Russell Fritts & Son J.F. Newberry Kestle's Mens Shop Leslle's Record Land M.T. Strider Co. Mikelos Mountain State Electronics Nancy's Young Fashion Ott's Business Service Peoples Bank of Charles Town Ramey's - Annox, and Shoe Center Riddleberger's Rosen'a Downtown Inc. S.moot Insurance Agency Stuck & Alger Pharmacy Supertane Gas Thomesson Ford The Mildred Washington Gift Shop Valley Hardware Van Tol Florist WXVA and WZFM White'a Super Market Washington Specialty Shop Western Auto Wise Discount Woodstove Shop