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aries ---From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:---Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 refugees from the bar have entered the contest in connec- Jefferson County's Ses to be staged Sept. 6 are now bonafied members of the lo association. They are Smith Robert Doyle, Lu Frank Strider, Dr. 'ser and G. K. VCysong, moves to the SheP- gridiron to expound knowledge. Doyle who led the Harpers Ferry High last year will serve as assistant coach at Shepherd College under Bill Moore, who was named last week to succeed Don Phillips at the helm of the Shepherd athlet ic department. DIED: Eli J. Clagett father of William T. Clagett of "Maple- hurst", Charles Town Duncan Lloyd World War I veteran. MARRIED: Mrs. Margaret Hen dricks of Shenandoah Junction, daughter o Mr. Clinton Polham- us and the late Sarah Dutterer Polhamus of Berryville, Va. artd T HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. FRI. - SAT. AUGUST 10 - 11 - 12 [Mr. 3. Clive Myers, son of Mr. I 40 YEARS AGO---1921 ] Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son i will be an eye-opener to those and Mrs. C. Wililam Myers of l DIED" In Providence Hospital, ]Marvin and his twin daughters who haven't been there before. Shenandoah .... Junction were mar. Washin~rt~, Edward ElliotLspent Friday afternoon with , . ried m the Berryvzlle Presbyter- merly of Charles Town. was a friends in Martinsburg Richard S, Orens, Special Re. Jan Church by the Roy. John Cty brother of John G. and William de Mohie Mrs. Imogene Daven- T. Elliott of Charles Town; at port and Mr. heeds K. Riely, both her home near Keyes Ferry, Mrs. of Charles Town were married !at the home of Dr. John Beattle Cavalier Park, Virginia Beach Va., The Rev. Frank Davis, i tor of the Presbyterian Church, ! Va. Branch performed the cere- ~ony. 20 YEARS AGO .-- 1941 DIED: At his home east of th{ town Wifliam G. Pringle; at his home in Dallas, Texas, Harry Watson a native of this county; in a Martinstmrg Hospital, Ben S. Whittington of the Leetown ne . ghborlmod; Suddenly at his home in Harpers Ferry Charles E. Mar latt retired B. & O. telegraph op orator and mayor of Harpers Fer ry for 15 years; at his home in Shepherdstown, Robert C. Grove one time druggist in Charles Town. MPJRRIED: At the Trinity Lu. Miss Katherine Anne Hodges of Shepherdstown to Mr. Thornton W. Wilt of Millville; in Westmin ister, Md. Miss Peggy Moler, west of town to Ralpi Tutwiler of Clarksburg, W. Va.; at the Metho dist Church by the Rev. J. P. Flanigan, Miss Alma V. Ste41e and Leo William Rogers, both of Charles Town., ...... Melvin T. Strider, a member of the Jefferson. County School Board since 1935 was elected pres kient of 'the .Board to ucceed the late Herbert C. Miller; =_ MOTOROLA YL fMS,MgH/k gqL0iH , .Rw t.T * RADIO -. TELEVISION i i , ALSO-. HI-FI STEREO PLUS--CARTOONS " IH INWOOD W. VA. Inwood Drive-In war never like this before-- Pictures--80 Craz Prizes--Grab Your Jug, p Old Dan and Head for Inwood! "CRAZY" NITES 80 CRAZY PRIZES 10 Bags Assorted Ntrts 10 Orders Coffee & Rolls I0 Pairs of Slippers tO 14-K. Rings ,0 Cigarette Lighters Pr. Colored Glasses Cans Motor Oil Large Cakes ADM:--$1.20 Per Car " 1 "~DAY ONLY -- AUGUST --4 BIG CHILLERS-- -" " NERVE.SHATTERINi HORROR SHOW, A Un)rmIJntemadond F~'~'. :--60c Per Adult--hi,Iron Free! Those carefree summer days can qilickly become unhappy ones. I( you should acci~qmtat|y cause injury to a member of the public, a very expen. ~ive negligence suit could result. Be sure you and your family are protected against financial loss from ~ersonal liability claima. ee us about a Parsonal Liability policy. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 /!11141 till m!ll~///lll lIE BEffER YOursELF tim Fannie Gore, wife of James W. Gore; at the home of her son in Charles Town, Mrs. Arabella Rid- dleberger of Edinburg, Va. MARRIED: At the home of the bride in Charles Town by the Rev. Frank Ambler, Mrs. Annie J. Eyster to Mr. Robert B. Wri- ghtof Wflliamsport, Md. The Northern Virginia Power Co. this county completed a line to convey curernt to Purcellvilte, Va. for street and other lighting. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 DIED: At his home near Mol. er's Cross Roads, this county, Chas. E. Lamar, a native of Fred erick County, Md. $0 YEARS AGO =- 1881 DIED: Near Summit Point, Miss Sarah Elizabeth Way, dau- ghter of Grantham Way; in Shep- herdstown Mrs. Margaret MeKev- itt, widow of John T. McKevitt. 90 yEARS AGO -- 1871 MARRIED: At Locust Hill the home of the bride in this county, by the Rev. W. H. Meade. Miss Fannie Hammond Packette, dau- ghter of John B. Packette to Dr. ] ontgomery Bond of Philadel- pnm. At a tournament at Rinehart's schol house, Capt. Lee H. Moler was chief marshall. The coronat- ion address was delivered by Jos- eph McMurran, Hess Rinehart, Rousch MeKee, John G, Flana- gun and Jacob Reinhart were the successful Knights. By Mrs. Julia Whipp V'mmis Mr. and Mrs_Ne-l-son Bush were callers with the latters mother Mrs. Willingham and daughter Bernice at Kearneysville. Mr. Lester Viands who left here on Friday evening hoping to get to Uevils Lake, N. D. on Sunday night never arrived un- til Tuesday morning. All along the route he was in torrents, of rain, stayed in Chicago, Itl. en Sunday night called Monday mot ning saying he hoped to continue on that day and then in Minnes- sota he got stepped again because of the high waters. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Sherri .of Loudeun Hei- ghts, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Hovermale and children Day ie and Donna of Jefferson Ave. were Saturday evening callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. at the Bloom- ery. Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mich- aei the day Wednesday with her mother Mrs. James Daft ey. Mr. and Mrs. Frazier of Wash- ington, D. C. spent the weekend with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mrs. Frazier is well known in our town as she was the former Mary Rodeffer. Mr. Sylvester Frye of Behesda, Md. also spent the weekend with his t)arents here. Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son Marvin and his twin daughters IAnda and Zellia were callers on Friday evev with tim formers grandson Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and son Terry of Baltimore; Md. spent the weekend with the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land Henry and son David. Mr. and Mrs. Bush Popkins of Kabletown were Friday evening callers with their son-in.law daughter Mr. and Mxs. Obie John ston and daughters Joyce and B rmie Mr. and Mrs. John Wagaman of HagerStown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. I en and t vo children Mra Dart mad Mr. Ftoyd Fawver of Martinsburg were Saturda7 callers with Mr .atut Mrs. Bert Viands. I $num Um Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and Pgtm mm son ~vester had ,a barbectm in the back yawl the home First Eyeglass HearingAid with these better hearing benefits: tf you could not wear any e,e. glass hearing aid before, the power. fuk all-new Sono- tone "'Sovereign", may sblve you hearing problem. their oouMs Mr Mrs. Fraz. ier of Washington, D. C. Also present, ,Were Mrs. Wil- liam Frye and son Bobby_ of Brmlswi , Md. and Mr. and Sublette Clmmblin of Ranse . ORDER OF Y BL CATION C cm t Cou of J'---- fer on Coun ty, West V rg nia Leola I smett MiUe , plaintiff v. C/vii Aeti No. 154 Paul William Miller, I fendant The object of Che above entitled action is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. And It appearing by an affidavit filed in Ods action that the defer. , lant, Pa l Willism M.fl er is a non resident of the State of West Vir gima it, is ordered that Pmrl Wil- liam M ill r do serve upon James M. [ason, plaintiff's attorney whose address is Mason Bldg. Charles Town, W. Va. an answer or ot ..r defimse to ommldaint iled it this action on or before September 6, 1961, otherwise if you fail to do so, thereafter jud- gement, ,upon proper hearing and trial, may betaken against you for the relief demanded in said i complalnt. A caw f s J.d com. ,plaint can be obtained @ore the [ tmdersiguod CAerk at his office. 1 ]l , tered by the Clerk of said I Court J ty $1, 1961. ! w.M. JONES ]Augl S-3t,paid terk Gourt i HAMMER FILM PROOUCTION SO N OTO N E of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Petered, * tr t Hagerstown, Md. Phone ELagerstown REgent 3,3242 or Charles Town 825 ! iii . __ " MON. - TUES. AUGU 13 - 14 - 15 Mr. Lester Mannors of Hagers town, Md. spent the (lay Friday with Mr. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- mate and children D vie and Don na of Jeffersofi Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and dau- ghters Mary and Nancy of the Blomery were Thursday evening callers with Mr. and Mrs, Bert Viands. Mrs. Helen Shirley of Middle- way was a dinner guest on Satur day with her sister-in-law Mrs. Lester Viands and sons on Sam- uel St. in town. Miss Bonnie Jack son of near Leetown spent the week with her aunt Mrs. Viands. Other callers were Mrs. Frank Jackson and son George of Fail- ings Waters and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tumblin and daughter Omagen of Bardane. Sunday callers with Mr, and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mrs. Harry Shirley and children Judy, Harry, Bobby, Donald, Debbie and Rusty of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and dau- ghters Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Odis James of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott and son Michael were Sun- day afternoon callers with their brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry.. Misses Cozellia and Co.Linda Smallwood spent Sunday after- non with friends in Berkeley Springs. Clmmber of Commeree By Brooke Bl&ekford Executive Secretary We continue to be amazed at the Consumers' Sales Tax collec- tion in our county. In March, 1960 the sales Tax collection in Jefferson County was $2523 .00 In March, lO,l, it amounted to $35,t42 3-a whopping advance of 36%. * In offr Court Museum is an'un- usual item marked "What Is It" It has recently been identified as a sugar cutter. * * * * Our regular August meeting to be held at Shannondale, August 16th is attracting much favorable comment. The meeting will be held at 12i15 P. M. and their Oly topic swimming poo! will be a. vaila 'e for our use"frO lO A. M. on. Luncheon will be served in Shannondale's beautiful Club I- ouse. This $300,000.00 beauty ' presentative for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, has been with us recently. He re ports that seldom has he found so much enthusiasm as he discov ered in Jefferson County. New members who sim ed up to join the National Chamber are William Stuck of Nichols & Stuck T. A. Wkitacre of Community Oil Co.; J. Emory Kable; James Senseney of Western Auto; Lin- den Bush of Valley Hardware Co. OF JFArFERSON , Jmm ADYOCAT AUGUST I0, 1961 5--B Bank of Charles Town; and H. S. FAopper Jr. of H. S. Clvpper Jr. A ehcy. President Shirley Hunt and your Executive Secretary attend ed an Industrial Relations Meet- ing at the George Washington Hotel in Winchester Tuesday, Aug. 1st. This meeting was sponsored by the Public Utilities Association of the joint meeting of its Area Develop meat and Public Relations Com- mittees. The theme of the meet in_g was planm to present the vital role of bankers in indu relations. Rev. Jefl ies, his wife and two children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and also were visitors at the home of I Mrs. Nattmniel Gray Jr. and faro Virginias, this being alily. IF YOU WANT OTHER COLORS tOW YOU'LL SAVE DOWN LOW SAVE WITH JUST AS PAYMENTS MONTHLY FEATURES MUCH TERMS BUILT TO 'Ill[ MORE SERVICE-I F i i i ii i i iii ii , 1 Purity. A I~. extra weed seeds per pound can keep you Imw fi[tbtihg wctffdi Fri~enmg mougnt, but true. So read the seext tag ~arefuUy. Yoa'~ ~ with Southern States Alfalfa ~..ds-they're cleaned ri~t. 2 High germiamti~ is vital Without it you can't get a vigorous, IlZlff~lk ~ ~klSd. ~ompare the ta~-thma choose Southern states Seeds. 3 Origin. Some areas produce seeds that grow well arou.d here. But certain other areas produce seeds that fail arOund here. Therefore i's e~ential tl~t you ch0~ a svvdsrnan who knows e~acdy ~ere every pound of .his alfal{a is prol~e~ll-- knows the state, county and grower's name, as ~thern States dora. 4- Winter-hardiness. Some farmers are still getting stuck with seeds that arc ,~p water-hardy for this area. It comes from planting seeds of the wrong ~r#r'!~,.. s_~ds of ,theI correct variety but grown in ~e wrong seed:producing, aXiS' Flay sate--p ant winter-hardy Southern States Alfalfa Seeds." 5 Ad'aptation. Look to your State Experiment Station for the last word ott Southern States doe~. It haatll~ all the vaxi~tios that axe rzcomme~i~i by" l~ State Experiment Station. 6 Certification is all-important when you're planting the new, impreved ~ ' How unwise it is to gamble on unceriified Jr affidavit seeds. In th~ improved varieties, Southern States handles only certified seeds. The Guarnntee. You can invariably ]udge a bag of .~.alfa Seeds by its guaram~e. 7 Good guarantee, good soeds-it ~tands to reason Take a look at S0~thlmn ~ate$ blmv4aB guarantee. Y~u'll agree-Only top Seeds could stay in businesl with sx~eh-a gttmm~~. Pre-testing. When you plant pr,eAes~d seeds, you have ~xtra ~ssnrance of getting a profitable crop. There s far less risk. That's why it pays to pick a ~,edsm~ that tzre-tests its Alfalfa Seeds before you ~ouy. Southern States is one of t~.m. 9 Buy seeds by the acre, not by the pound. It's the only way to get a true pers~ on your costs. (Seed cost per acre.., equals seed cost per pound.., times seeding rate.) Buy by the aera, and yoti'll also discover that Southr~ Sl~t~ Alfalfa Seeos cost less than you thifik. 10 Play it smart. Buy quality. I'Ve highly suooe~sful fam~er .no more ~tlai~ aft plaqt[ihll bargain seeds or common seeds, than 4~e thinks of allowing-h4~ meemgcment decisions to be detc~mirted hy a throw of the dice. He k0ows that quality ueds successful farming are lnseparaMc. Southern States Alfalfa At your Southern States Cooperative Agency 4