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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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July 28, 1966

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Now, I depend on my bank for much more than "dollars and cents" service. That's where I go for sound financial advice, geared to my personal eeds, plus the best in fulI banking service. ' Check These Additional B nking Services Checking Accounts Savings Certificates Home Improvement Loans Savings Accounts Q Drive-In Banking Money Orders Personal Loans We Do The Most Banking For Your Money We now pay 3 % Interest on all Savings Accounts We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits ...... ter, the Reverend and Mrs. Wfl- SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN By Mrs. Smart Crim -, Phone 725-7777 Vacation Bible School The annual Vacation Bible School sponsored by the Methe- and Episcopal churchgs, which was delayed until the re- turn of the school rector, Mrs. Rudolph and their small son, in the rear thereof, as the samei family before returning home to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS Mark, who had been vacationing is desig aated and described on,Chicago. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 there for t he past week. the plat of "Jefferson Terrace" Mr. Marion Cogle who is era- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman made by J. Jas. Skinner, S. J. C., ployed at the shipyard in Balti- were among those attending the dated April 12, 1948, recorded in more, Md., spent the weekend of Bakerton and Mr. James annu l reunicm of the Chrisman the office of the Clerk of the with his wife and children ,Mrs. Mitchell of Newton D. Baker Hos- family recently the Community County Court of said county in Pauline Cogle, Linda and Wayne. pitaJ. Coaster near Bardane. Deed Book 173, page 151. Trooper W. R. Barlow of the Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose of Mr. Philip Creamer of of "Lo- Given under my hand this 5th West Virginia State P lice spent Charles Town and Mr. Howard cust Grove" is a patient in the day of July, 1966. an afternoon visiting at the home Ambrose motored to Arlington, Newton D. Baker Veterans' Hospi- K.E. HOUGHTON, Trustee of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hoak Va., Sunday to visit their friends, tal near Ma insburg, having been July 14-4-t. and family in Zoar. Trooper Bar- admitted there on Thursday for low is presently stationed with observatiofi and treatment. ] ORDER OF PUBLICATION the State Pohce in Beckley. Construction is underway on Mrs. Nellie Gageby remains a the house which is being built for Miss Eleanor Biller adjacent to CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFER p tient in the Charles Town Gen- her present home. The house, SON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA oral Hospital after receiving in- which has been occupied by Miss Leola Katherine Vierholler juries from a fall at the home of Biller and her aunt, Miss Kate Plaintiff her son, Mr. James Gageby in Biil ler, for many years, was pur- v. Civil Action No. 827 Baltimore, Md. chased recently by Mr. and Mrs. iCharles Vierholler, Jr. Vi.sRors ,the tmme of Mr. Harold Hinton. [ Defendant and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell and fam- Master Tony G!assford is visit-' 1. (The object of this suit is to Hy over the weekend were Mrs. obtain a divorce from the bonds Gertie W ie ver and grand daugh- mg his parents, Chief Petty Offi- of matrimony.) ter, Panr ie, of Dargan, Md., Mr. cer and Mrs. James Glassford and To the Above Named Defendant: and Mrs. Leo Jamison and family their children, Jimmy, Genia and It appearing by affidavit filed ": Debby, at their home in Falls in this action that Charles Vier- Church, Va. holler, Jr. is a non-resident of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heare and State of West Virginia, it is here- so , Rusty, were receent visitors by ordered that Charles Vierhoil- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gar- or, Jr. serve upon Henry W. Mot- land McFillen in Brucetown, Va. row plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Mr. and Mrs. William McCrea dress is Box 469, Charles Town of Brillian t, Ohio, spent the past West Virginia 25414 an answer in I weekend visiting with the latter's eluding any related counter claim aunt and cousins, Mrs. Harry C. or defense you may have to the Frazier and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart complaint filed in this action on Crim. They were accompanied or before August 15, 1966. If you by Mrs. Frazier's sister-in-law, fail to do so, thereafter judgment Miss Edith Frazier of Tarpon upon proper hearing and trial, Springs, Fla., who remained here may be taken against you for the to visit for a time at "Monte relief demanded in the complaint. View." i A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said j Court, July 12, 1966. I Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and-Mrs. Mark Wiley and daughter of Charles Town were Sunday visitors of tthe former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WHey and family. MARY. L. RIGGLEMAN CLERK OF COURT BY Marie Trussell, D. C: July 144~t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Crediors and Beneficiar- ies of the estate of: Mr. Donald eden of Bakerton ETHEL ELIZABETH CARPER, was a recent caller of Mr. and Deceased Mrs. Merle Oden and family,i All persons , having cl ms Mr. andMrs. Merle Oden and against the estate of the saidl family were recent visitors of Mr. Ethel Elizabeth Carper, deceaseu, and Mrs. BBobb Webb and. faro- whether due or not, are notified, ily at Shenandoah Junction. to exhibit same, with the voucher Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. thereof legally verified, to the tiam Brook at the Episcopal Rec- Frank Bell and family were Mr. undersigned at his office at 104 tory, leeft on Monday to return to and Mrs. Larry Magaha of near W. Congress St., Charles Town, her home in Hinon. She was ac- Charles TOwn, and Mrs. Phi- West Virginia, on or before the companied there by Mrs. Brook who plans to return home 1.ater in the week. Mr. John Timberlake of Clarks- :: _ =-- -. burg is spending this week visit. Annual Family Picnic ing at the home of his aunt, Mrs. The Summit Poir t Home Dem- W. O. Macoughtry, Sr. ,and his onst ation Glub he d its annual cousiz s, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. f am ly picnic on Sunday eve Ang Hardesty and Mrs. Margaret the home of Mr. and Mrs, met ..... Stuart Crim. For the first time Mr. Robert Light and son Bob- Robert ht, from a tour to the West Coast, convene at 9 o'clock on Monday morning, Au. gust 1 at Methodist church. The school will be held each morning for two weeks between the hours of 9 i2 o'ci0cg DST, and classes wtll be avail, able lip WHey and family, Mr. and Mrs.' Philip Oden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bracket and family of the Bloomery and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- mer Bell and family and Dianne Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pulse and where the for children between the ages of three through twelve. @ ---Distributor-.- We ha ,e service and new CITGO Premium- the gasolene certified by NA$CKR to keep carburetors clean. So for extra power ...extra mileage use CITGO Premium Gasolene! family of Middleway were Sun- day visitors of the Iatter's moth- er, Mrs, Mary C}ine. in three years the weather failed by, Mr. Lawrence DeHaven and Tammy and Sherry Oden of the to cooperate with a welcome re- sons, Karl and Kirby, Mr. Rob- Bloomery. spent the weekend with lief from the drought and the pic- eft Burch, Mr. Skinner Poston, their grandmo .her, Mrs. Nellie aic was held on the lawn. About Tommy and Duke Burch a tend- Oden and son BJ't'ly. thirty of the members and their ed the automobile races on Sun- Mrs. Ma ha Mousie and fam- amilies were on hand to enjoy day evening the raceway near ily of Philadelphia, Pa., are the hour tiful picnic supper and Hagerstown, Md. Mr. William spending their vacation with her a very pleasar evening. Burch, purchased a racing parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles car recently, was among the com- Wiley and family. Mrs. T. A. Moore, who haS been petitors in the evening's racing Mr. Sammy Oden of the Bloom- visiting her son-inqaw and daugh- program, cry was a Sunday caller of his Mr. and Mrs. Howard Huff of mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and son Charles Town were visitors on Billy. Wednesday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley of at the home of the latter's moth- MillVille were Monday evening is/ er and sister, Mrs. Bonn W. Crim callers of the former's parents, and Mrs. Cl, ifford Rowland.Mr. and MrS. Charles Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bittle family. and family had as their guests Mr. Sammy Oden of the Bloom- over the weekend the latter's cry was a Monday evening caller parer ts who were en route to of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. their home in Chambersburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson of Moler's CITG-O Station E. Washington St., Ext. Charles Town, W. Va. TV's ED McMAHON the French family. Church Announcements The Official Board will meet Wednesday mght at 7:30. All offi- cials please be present. Consid- eration vcitl be given to the bud- get and chapters 4, 5, 6 in "One WRness in One World." Our Vacation Church School will be August 8-12. Alt children and youth aare urged to attend. Our chargewide First Quarter- ly Conference will be Sunday, Au- gust 7, at 7:30 p.m. Engle. All officials are urged to be present; Slushe s Service N. Mildred Street Ranson, West Virgim'a l Baker Heights CITGO R. t DISCOVER AMERICA BEST BY CAR Inwood CITGO Se ce U. S. Route No. 11 Inwood, West Va. Leon's CITGO Service Duke Street W. 21st of November, 1966; other- wise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine sazd claims and otherwise protect their interests, Given under my hand this 21st day of July, 1966. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts 1N THE HILL-DALE Jefferson County July 21-3t- .... NOW AT .... Mr. Wayne Welty Mr. and Mrs. George Root of Chicago, IlL, are spending a while visiting Mrs. Ro t's sister, Mrs. Clifford Spitzer. They will spend a wtttle visiting relatives and friends in the immediate area and will stay at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and SHOPING also atl members aare attend. Kiwanians T oHear About Electrical Power Operations Members of the Kiwanis Club w~ll have to them the procedures operation.s of the companies in the United as the program for their dinner meeting this 6:15 in the Rib Room at Diner. BH1 Benton, who is in of the program, will the speaker. CENTER from a vacation in Florida. I Maryland were Friday visitors of Announce the Birth of DaughterI the latter's mother and step- father, Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Filz- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kidwell wa er and so . of Charles Town are receiving I J congratulations on the birth of a daughter in the Charles Town NOTICE Of General Hospital on Friday eve- fling. Mrs. Kidwell is the former TRUSTEE'S SALE July 22 Thru August 13 Nothing to Pay for 60 Days if You Buy Now] Mtss Louise ShuU of Summit Notice is hereby given that by Point. virture of that certain deed of Mr. and Mrs. Maxsh ll Jenkis ,. ....... trust dated November 8, 1965, .: C jv and son David spe t the past weekend in Ocean City, Md., go- made by Thomas J. Kusack and Ruby L. Kusack, his wife, to R. ing there to j in their in-law W. Cunningham and K. E. Hongh- and daugh r, Mr. and Mrs Ernest ton, Trustees, of record in the Outstanding Values In All Departments NEW IDEAS "FOR A NEW ERA INSURA NCE ? oheok for new ideas ! [~ AUTO INSURANCS [~ FIRE INSURANCE ~I LIFE iNSURANCS I-1 HOMEOWNERS r'] EDUCATION [] MORTGAGE [-1 ACCIDENT & SICKNESS [] RETIREMENT Nationwide has new ideas in protection to fill any insur- afi~ need at a cost you can afford. Check the p|an that interests you and contact: NORMAN E. KISNER Insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 West Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I ATIOliWl NATIONWIU[ MUTUAL INSUR~NCt COMPAN? RABONWIO[ MUIUAL fiR{ iI~UtANC| COMPidI Hem Oflce Oh~e Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson Cot nty, West Virgi tia, m Trust Deed Book No, 277, page 167, and given to secure tmto the Administrator of Vet- AffairS, an Officer of the United States,of America, the pay meat of $13,700 evidenced by their negotiable promissory pur- chase money note, default having been made in the payment of such sum the said R. W. Cun.ninghatri having resigned as such trustee and having refused to act under such deed of trust and to execute the trust thereby created and imposed upon him, I, the undersigned, K. E. Houghton, Trustee, acting as sole and re- main'rag trustee and having been required so to do by said Admin- istrator of Veterans' Affairs, the holder of such promissory note, and having full and absolute power and authority in the prem- ises, will on Thursday, the 18th day of August, 1966, betwee the hours of 9:00 a. m. and 10:00 a. m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time, offer for sale and sell at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse of said county all those two (2) certain lots or[ parcels of land situate in Charles Town District, Jefferson Count, West Virginia, about one mile east of Charles Town, and being Lots Nos. 24 and 25. in Block No. 2, each said lot fronting for a distance of fifty (50) feet on Second Street, a total distance of back an wRlth for a 8-P. Coming Wilde Oven Set Worth Given With Purchase 14-Pc. Coming Ware Oven Set Worth $39.95 Given With Purchase SPECIAL! SPEOIAL! SPECIAL! Udico. SPECIAL! Uni 12 Cu.Ft. Unico 23 Cu. Ft.T6.SOu.Ft.lleSqgerdor- Unioo lS u. Ft, RefngeratoL NO. 0H.12. Chest Free zer. Ft ez6r Ooi biimtion. IlpngM Freezer. Regularly NOW ONLY No. GH'23 NOW ONLY NOW ONLY No.Gvqa ONLY $21500 : $199.95 $279.96 $:t99.95 $219 CH,ARPM S TOW'N, O}OP]BRA.TIVE reAL 25.zz 2 / ANSON, w. VA. Shop in AIR.CONDITIONED COMFORT with plenty of FREE Parking WHEN YOU SHOP AT THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF OUR GIANT VALUES NOW BEING OFFERED FOR OUR BIG SUMMER SALE WE ARE DISCONTINUING BOY$SIZES 6 TO 12 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A=vCD S-A-V-E-. Also, you ould check the Big Savings Now on Lee Leans and Leaguers, Shirts and Shoes ..... All Now At CLOSE-OUT PRICES. Sport Coats- Jackets. Trousers- Shirts- Hats- Caps- Shoes, Etc.