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Charles Town, West Virginia
August 4, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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-- YEARS AGO -- 10 N S. Coleman, a native of Town and president of Corporation of and also president of the Chamber of Commerce was Speaker at a meeing of the County Chamber and civic and fraternal groups. Cut-Price Stores, Inc., a new store on W. Wash- Street in Charles Town. Nicodemus, Eugene Me- and Bobby Burch were pre the states highest F F A at the conver~tion at Jack Mill Died: - Everett Eugene 46. Jefferson County grocer fly enroute to Charles General Hospital; Harry Doleman, 56, of Mr. Plea- near Summit Point in DauglRers HospRM, Mar- Award Winning berger to Wm. A. and Richard Schmidt, lot on the B & O R. R. of Summit Point. Married: Miss Elizabeth V. Meadows of Halltown, daughter 0 of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows to Mr. Eugene Edmund Kowal of I Chicago, III. tinsburg. Died: - Sally Sackett McCorm- Married: - Miss Irene Gimbel ick, daughter of Hugh H. and of Culpeper, Va., and Mr. How- Louise Sydnor McCormick of Fre ard Speaks, son of Mr. and Mrs. derick, Md.; Mrs. Lula Clevenger Raymond Ferry. Prescription rvlce ter Racey to Henry Surface, a,in her 72rid year; at Kearneys- tract of 10.68 acres east of the v~lle, S. B. McIntyre, aged 72 Shenandoah River; Gotlieb Kittle years. Married: - In York, Pa., Dr. A. H. S. Rouss, formerly of this county to Miss Anna Stough of York. Wheat was quoted in Charles Town at 70 cents a bushel; corn, 55 cents; butter, 18 cents a lb.; l eggs 15 cents a doz.; potatoes 65 cents and apples 40 cents a bushel 80 --- YEAIIS AGO -- 80 Richard Timberlake purchased Speaks of Harpers widow of the late Thomas W. the residence of the late Mrs.~ Clevenger, formerly of the cou- t~tlen Keerl, ~later the Wendling 20 YEARS AGO 20 (ive of this county; a his home -- --' near Summit Point; James A. Rob Real Estate Transfers: Richard inson, in his 82rid year; at his J. Madison and Margaret Salome home in Baltimore, Sam Palm- Madison to R. C. Willians, farm baum, 60, formerly of Berryville. of 160.7 acres near Middleway; In the primary election held in J,ames Wm. Colby to Roy A Rock this county the Democrats gave a enbaugh, two tracts of land in majority to R. E. L. Allen for Bolivar; Charles A. Snvwden to Congress; C. H. Moore for COu- Henry M. Smith, houses and .lot, i nty Commissioner in Charles corner of Harewood Ave. and Town District; Dr. S. T. Knott Eagle Ave., Charles Town; Wal- for Co. Commissioner in Shep- SINCE 1905 PEOPLES HAS FILLED 85 MILLION . .. PRESCRIPTIONS . . and now peoples ,wio@kl like to to for the trust you have shown. ALL PEOPLES DRUG STORES FILLED OVER 7 MILLION IN 1965! the Co.; Mrs. Matilda Oden, 73. Mrs, Julia Viands Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md., with their son-indaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Le~er Viands, is sporting a new Vhevvolet. I Mrs. 'Betty Hovermale and chil- dren, of Leetow~, and Mrs. Betty Poston and daughter of Middle- way, were Thursday afternoon callers of the letter's parertts, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daughters at the Bloomery. Mrs. Alvie Plotner had a ,letter from her son Kenneth who is in the Marines stationed at Paris' Island, N. C., and says he ~ikes ,the Army very well. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Viands and daughter Vicky spent Sun- day with her mother, Mrs. Mar- garet Gaylmrt and family in Ran- SOIl. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son Jackie, of Rom- ney. Mr. and Mrs. James Viands and children, Pamela and Ken- neth of Darkesville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Jr., Bobby, Donald, Lee and Rusty of Middleway~ Mr. and Mrs. Cole and three children, of Hedgesvil.le, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hodges and nephew Gregory Viands of Kearneysville and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the ] oomery. herdstown District; Charles A. Hampton and son, s Terry and Johnson Glerk of the Co. Court; Chuckle. I. N. Bonham, Supt. of Schools. Mrs. Nettle Barren who is 60 -- YEA-' -AGO --- 60 spending 'some time with her Quotatior s of the Blue Ridge daughter and son-ln-law, Mr. and T,~,o,~ .q~l~ at ~.,.l~ ~,,~. Died: -Near Alexandria, Va., Mrs. Richard Brockman, in Way- ~A~-~a..~I~nndav ~u~ust~l[ 19"66~" Mrs. Bettie Feagans, wife of S. ", -, "~ , nesboro, Pa., has had a stroke we Recei,~ks of alt classes heaw~ H. Feagans, formerly of this cou- are sorry to hear. Mrs. Corn Fvs- ! wRh a demand for all butch"" nty; her home near Charles ter, her sister from town, isI .. cl._YYY Town; Mrs. Sarah Jane Wi.ltshire spending some time with her. VLN~m=~o~~ ,no h,,'~ 9a 9_~ ,~. widow of Davenport H. Wiltshire wbi'le her daughter, Mrs. Richard/tur' l"'t he sal'i .... ......... ---- Brockman, is i/~ the hospital suf. . - ' ............ [ Chome butcher steers, 24.00 to termg wtm a snppea alsc we .......... _. 24.75; good butcher steers, 22.50 nope vota 01 mese iaams wm . , _ ..... to 23.75; plato to medmm steers, soon oe teemng oe er ...... .. .. 19.00 to 22.00; chome butcher mlss va onnors, tlrunswlcK, BUYING, OR heifers, none; good butcher heft- on Md., is spending some time with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ers, 20.00 to 22.00; plain to medi- um heifers. 17.00 to 19.75; good John Armstrong and son Johnn~e. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ashby and grandson Bobby Ware spent Thursday wRh their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W ii. liam Woodward and family at Ba- kerton. bulls, 22.50 to 23.50; plain to me- dium bulls, 18.00 to 22.00; cows-- standard, 18.00 to 20.35; utility and commercial cows, 16.00 to i7.75; canners and cutters, 14.00 to 15.75; cows by the head, up to 200.00; stocker and feeder steers, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hough 20.00 to 25.00; stock heifers and and mother, Mrs. Lucy Hough of bulls, 17.00 to 21.00. f,wd er.._ie_ Wiring Berryville, were. Monday callers, c.bni . Rtm . ..... " ":" - " M ol.t~, gooa ou~cner calves, zo.~ It's A Vital Part of ~ra~lwooa. ~laa .to Know . m' to 27.75; medium butcher calves, will sell at public sale the folloWing Household Articles, Your All Electri Fulurel uma~wood ..... is feetmg.~_mucn ~et-. 24.0(} to 25.75," thin" calves, 23.75 ,~i about 1 mile off State Road No. 9, turn left on IIosfler's . ter, mrs. r~orma - uoason anu dawn" h -" ., .... .. ..... . ,, ~ ~.~l.V~' "~4~lV~, J.O.UU t,O ~d).UU. three d~u,ghters, of Ranson, were Blue h~,n! ~.,.ao ].,~,h~ ,m r,~. Sale will be held at the Methodist Parsonage on: The Potomoc Edison Co. Caflers Friday onlheir aunt, Mrs. ~ h~" ,'~a~"~,~:"~.~:o~ SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1966 '' ...... .................... SALE BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK, D. S.T. =t"~w~e. . 'sM~tt~r~d ........ Mr~ Em:.:,ewes~h~j~deregr?~.001~ompb~..00;per head, none. ~1~ nut table and 6 chairs; 2-Piece over-stuffed living room LET 0 UR aml ~rs. Lester wi~mgnam ann Good butch~- h,,,~ 9_~ ~ , family and Mr and Mrs Stanley ~a ~.~ ...... ~ ":-"~7-Z~"7 ~ 2 Overstuffed chairs; 2 China cupboards; Library t~ble; --" .... ; ' " " ad ...... ; m~urn vU~c~er nogs, Double iron beds, complete; 2 Sofas; Wardrobes; Dressers;"WATC H D0~" z~moro, a~ t~a~ley s t~rossro s m ~.~ an t. ~.~ .~n" b ..... h.oh,~. ash stands; 2 Metal cabinet bases; Wall cabtnet; Medicine I Vir~inia'- "'s ...... ial W d l~ogs-, 2~3.00~'"to 24~.75"~ ~)ut~er ] --" ........ a'e--" n sows, 15.00 to 17.50; heavy feeders net; General Electric 4-hole stove; General Electric refriger. 01L H EAT mr na ~r. wut ,n oo - ware ann cmmren oz K rm d ............. . an llgrlr ~utcner nogs, z~.t~J to , A-1 shape; Bath tub; Stool and Lavatory. These articles S E R V I C E were Sunday evening callers on ~5 o0- ,~h-~ nor h,,.a~-,~ _~n aa like new; Toilet set; China and Glass ware; Cooking uten- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry dnum- r~i~r nor h~arl un t. 1.~ ~. ..... Bobb ........ "~ ~'~ ......... " ........ pots and pans; Silver ware; Olrlamp; Coal or Wood range; ,,G U ARD 0 U R =nor-=m y. 1 0o aown; shape; Hot water heater; Kitchen sink; Kitchen cabinet; H EATI N G weregr" reeemand MrS.caltersGarIandof Mrs.HenrYElva none'. " board; Shallow-well pump; Wall paper; Some clothing; Tharpe in Ranson and Mr. and and Curtains; Lots of split wood; Old gilder. C 0 M F0 R T Mrs Odis James near own. the same time, place and terms, we will sell a 6.Room It has to be torn down and gotten away. On Day Of Sale. GEORGE MILTON C. N, HAWK TRUSTEES CLAY THARPE. Auctioneer W. Clerk July 28-2t- entitles you to 725-7510 FOR AUTOMATIC DI[LIYERtlr8 OF KABLE OIL CO., INC DISTRIBUTOR for fun later! CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE 9-1001 During Che week callers of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stoneburger, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hough and mother, Mrs. Lucy Hough, aft of BerryviUe, Mrs. Norton Dodson anad three daughters of Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hoverraale and three ehi!dren, of Leetown, Mr. James Gaynor, Mrs. Juanita Morgan and sdn' Ronald V ands of Inwood. Mr..and Mrs. Morgan l ad just re- turned from visiting her son Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vian6s in Tex- as. Eugene is in the Air Corps in Texa~. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Mavvin and twin daughters were Friday evening ca~ers on her ~andson, Mr. and Mr~ Francis maliwood and family in Ranson. Misses Gaselia and Linda Small- wood, of Charles Town, spent sev- eral days w~th their grandmoth- er, Mr~ M~ude Smatlwood. Mr. and Mrs. IrVin Hodges and nephew Gregory Viands of Kear- neysville have been vacationing in Amlandale, Va., wlt h Irvin's m@ther, Mrs. Hodges. Mr. Mirs. H1 l Thompson, Of Mermsgas, Va., were callers of Mr, and Mrs. Alhe t Viands on Suladay. Mr. and Mrs. Lew'ts Rissler and daaghters were callers Of Mr: and Mrs. Melvin Rtssier and daugh- ter Dlanne at Kabletown. Dianne spent Smiday nigen with Susan Rissler. Mr. and Mrs. P onald Wiles and chi!dreh, Shervi and Ronatd were Sunday callers of the former's pa ents, Mr. and Mrs. Haxry Wiles at Loudoun Heights, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Dglow and daughters spen4 Sunday with mother, Mrs. Mary Frye in Poip~t of Rocks. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and son Jackie of Ronmey were sup- per guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Irin HOdges and neph- ew Gregory Viands, at Kearneys- ville. Family Picnic Mr, and Mrs. Joe MiRon had a pivn~c on Sunday with their chil- dren and family in the War Me- in W~, Vs., lind Mrs. Ray and two Ctfildren, Mr. and Mrs. +Floyd Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00, A:M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. EaCh Sohday ..... " WIFE INSURANCE Wives are valuable! Very often it is the husband alone who has adequate insurance protection--- but what if the lady of the house is injured? Over four million dis- abling injuries' last year were due to home accidents. Here's low-cost personal accident insurance for the v~luable housewife that pays for virtually any accident, Over 60,000 Post-Gazette read ers now ~ave ,this insurance cov- erage. For complete details write to: Registrar Agent, Washington Naional Insurance Co., Post Gazette Reader ~ Insurance Dept., i~ox 957, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230, For complete news, sports and financi~ reports, read the Post- G ette. Contact your local news paperboy or dealer today for convenient home delivery. Southern States Money-saving way to build top condition and t ealth in your horse. During August only, this Certificate entitles you to 50 pounds of FREE Southern States Horse Feed... when you buy 300 pounds of any of these: Southern States Brood Mare Special... Colt Maker . . Performance Champion . . . Trophy Winner... Bonanza... Pace Maker. Offer is limited to one time only per patron. Sign and bring in now. Address CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE DIAL 725-2212 HANSON, W. VA. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1966 B--5 -- BONUS -- 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 -- AT -- WEST END GULF SERVICE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. On Purchase Of $5.00 Or More GOOD FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST . WITH THIS COUPON Attend Church This Week I a --- The All New --- - - - AT - - - In Charles Town Yep, that's a hearing aid -- andit can help millions of per- New merchandise arriving daily, so don't sons. It s the SONET the miss a single one. smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so hght and tiny that it's worn entirely in the car--- there's nothing SHOP 3 WAYS: outside the ear. You just slip the SONET in your ear and Cash -- Charge --Lay-A-Way ingenious focused hearing di- I - rccts sounds to the eardrum. S ONOTONE l,i Of Hagerst0wn I ROY R. PURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Streel Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242Or Shop 9 To9 Friday And Saturday NOW PAYING Per Annum Compounded or Paid Semi-Annually No Minimum Or Maximum Requirements Save By Mail - We Pay Postage I Each Individual Account Is Insured To $10,0000.00 | 1 By The Feder, d savings And Loan insurance Corporation | Open Or Add To Your Account This WeekAnd Be Sure To Register For The Valu- able Prizes On Display In The Lobby. MP t0n and son, Mr.and Mrs. Carl Milan, Mr. and 'Mrs. J~hn Mil- ton and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald M~gaha. On such a lovely day all had a wonderful time. Plenty of good things to eat. Mr. Harry Ashby is on x acation from the Charles own Graded School where he is employed. Private Glenn Viands, stationed at Camp Eustis, Va., spent from F iday n4ght until Sunday eve- ning witli his grandmother, Mrs. Julia Vianda father,Mr. It Always Pays To Sa e At WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA BOSCAWEN & WASHINGTON STS.