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Charles Town, West Virginia
August 11, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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10 -- YEARS AGO --- 10 J Clmrolette Fritts to Mr~. Lee Rams burg is announced. Mrs. O. S. 60 -- YEARS AGO -- 60 Wheat was quoted at 66 cents per bushel in Charles Town; but- ter ~t 15 certts a pound and eggs a~ 16 cer~ts a dozen. The John Robinson circus was billed to show in Charles Town on August 16. Died at Shepherdstown John G. Unsold, a Confederate veteran aged 68 years. 80 -- YEAHS AGO --- 80 Col. Frank Beckv~ith of Charles officers of Jackson-Perks Bloom reports $144 given to Can- Town was married to Miss Leacy American Legion ave install cer Drive. Charles Town Legion N. McDonald, da, ughter of Major With James Morison as Corn- host to Norfolk, Va. Air Station ~er at ceremony ,he~d a Post at Legion Park. 45 candidates re- Angus W. McDonald in the Pres- .~r~ae on West Wasl~ington St. port for Charles Town High byterian Church in Berryvflle, ~OOl Board approves Budget, School foobail practice which wil,l Ca. by the Rev. Harry Moore. ~evy; adopts social s~urity plan be staged at Camp Tomahawk 90- YEARS-'--~GO--90 all personnel; fills teachers opening on August 15. Junior ~aneies. Ranson Manufacturing Chamber of Commerce holds ann- Married: - In Zion Episcopal ~npany f~o begin operations this u~l Ox Roast at Jefferson Morner-~ Episcopal Church, Charles Town, oy the Roy. W. H. Meade, John L,~ath. Work progressing on ial Park for CommtmRy Better- t'orterfield to Miss Anna L. Green ~epherdstown's two new school me~ Fund. ~'~ings. Sen~or Woman's Club daugi~ter of Judge and Mrs. T. C. t~Ps plans for comirtg year. Lo- 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 Green o~ Charles Town. Lions making plans for Dis- Died: - Mrs. Hilda Naomi Breed ~ - ~a0~nConvention to be in Charles en, wife of Oscar Breeden at her Jesse Riggleman, named home at Robinson Orchid. Mart athletic director and head ried: Mrs. Phy~,l,is Langhorne Eys- at Shepherd College. Miss ter to Major Harland Draper, US Fleming, Lieut. Edward MC. IAoyd exchange wedding vows Zion Episcopal Church. Miss! 40---YEARS AGO--40 Mrs. ,'tme ttamstead Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and j SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1966 B--5 Iota Chapman. ~ Medal and the National Defense Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mr. and Mrs. ] Medal. Marion Blue and d~fldren, Mr.t Pfc. Honk was a student at and Mrs. Victor Blue and Mrs. ! ttarpers Ferry High when he on- John Gardner attended the Ky-;listed in the Army. He received nor reunion Sunday. his basic training at Fort Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wisenber' ger and family of Jefferson Md., were visi rs Sunday afternoon of My. and Mrs. Tom Wisenberger. Mr. Dot~as Henry and chil- dren of Mar insburg, and Mr. Anry Henry and children, of t/more, Md., were callers Satur- any afterrmon of Mrs J, S. Locke. Mr. Be~tly Rudolph of Charles Town wal a caller in .the village S~ afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graham of Wasl~in@ton, D. C., visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis on Sun- dey. Friday a/~ternoon Mrs. Douglas Henry and cl~ildren of Martin~- burg and S~turday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cole of Baltimore, Md., vis- .Red Mrs. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove took their granddaughter, Sandxa Lup- to , home Sunday evening. son South Carolina and advanced training at Fort Hood, Texas. LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT Pl~iRips Harre~l becomes The Independen~ Fire Company daug, hter Pare, sper~t .the week ~hytloak Is of Mr. Nurney in Suffolk, i Miss Nancy W~lis announces purchased a new fire truck. Frank recently at Ocean Beach, Va. 725-7510 to Mr. Dean Bush. Robinson and John C. Skinner of Wa~le there they were joined by Mr. and vlrs. Ftoyd Wilt and sons, , Recovering From ,o.,=,o,,.. Anna Mac Boyd exchanges Charles Town were awarde{i me- Bol, ivar. C : iDo dn ::brd i anlSx t.,hle eCrOn ehS:; aCeC:mp Ol:bhewiEl nnevWeO H:nmuel;k:rSc Nem . fle Wound .~Church. Engagemen Miss!traimng. .__ outing at ~he Commun'Ry Center 1 Private First Class Jay Honk, I ~ Park near Bardane on ~aturday ...... a -e- e- "eten ine c ble " d " " 19 ~on of Mr ~nd Mrs W C ~ ~ st l~ ~| |~ ~ I |m ~ evening. There wtil be no ~tner This full, scare mOCK-Up ot ~ne is a rang range we pen ~ sign a ] g apa ot evelopmg , .... | ~|lk'ms~ |r|||| ~k-~| |u meeting ,m~s month. U.S. Navys surface~to-a, ir missile to bring down attacking enemy 40 thousand horse power to pro- Honk, of th? ~r .section of Jeff: .nn n_ nmu u~un || .~i,~|| Because of lack of attendance TALUS shown above will be on lmrcraft and mtssims. The reissue pel t/~e missile at speeas twice ersan t;oumy, has t)een returnea ~=.~|U~ I~~ Vl ammu.. ~ at the scheduled Evergreen 4-H d~splay, W.ednesday Aug. 17 at has accurately hit targets as far that of sound, to the UPAted S.tates to re.cover Having purchased a home, and discontinuing farming, I will i meeting last Friday mgnt, the I ~he Fort Drwe.-In Theatre near as sixty-five miles from its launch . This mobile TALOS missile ex- ~rom a ~bip wouno recewea m tne ........ ; ...... ~u~ ~&~M ~.,..t~ 2 leaders have nlanned another= tmatvar an~ "rnurs~ay, aug. ~ iaag site hibit is one of a fleet of mobile vaet ~arn war tour rnanms l ~11 the iOliOWln on tne ~,. b. =.~=,.==,= ........... , ...... ~- ' . . ~, I ' a u 19 Club at the Oharles Washington The- , , exhibits presented annuall thro- ago. Ymmg Hoa~ ~s now speno- m. ..... t .f ~h,-.h=,~*.~. W V* -n the Meier X Road, on [ t meeting for Fad y, A g. . . . .. The m~ss~le is tltirty feet m Y ~..... ...................... ,. _ _ I members are asked to n ve t e~r length with a ten foot sohd pro- ughout the United States as part ..... . .... .! ~.~ ,... ~ ..... ~ .... ~ { ]~II~AV A|T(~|T.~T 19 ----- 10 An ~/1. IPro~ect cwct~ars ready or m- TALUS, a supersonic m~ssile pellent ,rocket imoster. TALOS f the Navys program Of pro- a.+., ~ P...~ ~,,~ v~ ~.- x~,.~ -~-~-----,~ m' .,:,~^. at *"is time The annual ..,.u ..~.~nc,~ .... ~ ..... i,~ ......... ~:.. ..... ~:'~* *~'--- *h ..... ~ sen*~"- 4:he "~"ort ..... " --- ' ""~ ='~ ""'~ ~"~'~' --" ' an gEAD DAIRY CATTLE 40 I[~xcm~ctan~l~o'utmg will be held at sy'st'em~ a*nd~-~ucqear'~p~il~iiies: ~ou~ds ~'~l'~s'~)'we~'~e~l~byVa'ra'm power"~to the "A"~er'~ca~n~pu~b'ltc~." i ".'me. Heals: who ha~ ,for theI -,,. -- n ~ ~lorgan's Grove rark on Tuesday, ~ ~- ~ I past la monms rmen serving w~m [ igAl:/l .1~. fliT. ~ ]PI~ 13 Holstein cows, full flow of milk or mUi~ng, 3 Holstein B I Aug. 9.FOllowing the meal,~. his hnme , ~ean drove to Baltimore last ~ erstown Md vi,t*~a ~..a.~, ~ [a headquarters company some. [ -., ..,, Soy cow, Will freshen in fall; 5 Holsti U , l/ . . "It own, was gue of Mrs. Donald we t m jo surgery. ]'~ fall; Guernsey heher, will freshen in fall; 2 Guernsey heife~ [~m ~matre: Mrs John Heinz and[Heinz and Mrs. Robert Whitmore Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hat./ ~ ........ _ ............ With Angus calves by side. whiteface heifer wlthcaff bY side, 1 s0 tr o nl returined home F"ri lat a picmc at the City Park in baugn, na ers own, .v,s ea vir.| I 2 ' "Hagerstown, recenly an t zvtrs uonam nemz on bun- 4 Holstein heifers open; day after spending the week ~ " da " ll~ Holstein bu'l, 2~ yrs. old; Ayshire bull, large onugh frl RehobethBeach, Dela IM'r. and Mrs. Harley Potter and ~. ,,~^, ~.~..,l~r ......./1 ~IU ~ummr~|K ~AL~II I service. T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. Individual | Mr and Mrs. Hohy Harper,] daughters were dinner guests of n, ie~'~);~i~.~ll'~onst~ntan~"~ob|~R health certificates will be given. ~ Cleveland, Ohio, were overmght/Mr, and Mrs. Albert MBar~ley of and Mary Ellen, visited friends in|.][ -~ - - --- ...... .... ==~ ---- -~-= r i't~,T JacKson, va , on ~atur~ty guests of Mr. and Mrs. ]~ ank :. " ~ 1 i " Baltimore last Sunday ? FARM MACHINERY, Etc. I Tnompson, i lartmsburg, last Fri.l iLmda ""v "Petter' who/Y.arhaS beenth_ v Salt The descendants of' Mr. and[~ .~llK Mill .~A IF.~ ROflM Farmall M tracmr; 2 tarmatl H tractors; F-Z0 tracer for| day. .. . Itnwgor~lea:~,eSrmturn~d ~aom~Pith Mrs Jolm Philip Creamer, Sr.,|'~ Vlm=.ll llllmmmm Vflm.'m.,.V lilY|If : ' " ri 45 ha baler t. o ; McCormick . ,.arry tsoreman, warren, Ohio,| ......... I held their annual reunion at Mor'-['~ -- ~pmrs lVleCorm:ck - Dee ng y P..... uer ar~t~t~. ~ I l I1 ~eering 25V mower with cylinder lift; King Wipe 28' hay and I stngPaed.veMnrlgh~lt[ Mrp. and Mrs Robert Whitmore ~gans Grove Park on Sunday. Mr.[=~ grant DauM U=rm ~=~ gram conveyor with ~A b_. p. motor; McCormick Deering No. 64 ! co~ ; 'rou e a"d i~rs ~ew~ Stuckey and Re- t towara ?ream.or ot~ar?ane, onel~ mu nnt mtujun9 wmn n inmu r ' U[ Ult:f I~W~ ;~AI VIVIIL~ ~t/~t~t W~ COmbine With grain tank, starter and battery, 2 row corn picke / I vresent Mr Creamer ebserve~ II I mounted on Farmall 20 tractor ;McCormick Deering auxiliary| his seventy-~venth birthday re-I~ = e,,, ,~... A ,, ~ A ~. ~ s, e ra eon: "- . steel ;McCormick - Deeri~:200 manure spreader; McCormickl r~l~ O All ~rs A~en McIntosh, Alexan- i~ " VV V f Deering 1~-7 grain drill; lie~:~ diity brush hog; David BradleyI ...... ~'~ ~L.f_. ' dria, Va., was a weekend guest of]] -~ . ~ ........ ~:g:~n[~t'hd~c/~dha~Ww~;;O~ccC:~ink ?~heefrl::g l~d'sM~nCg~~k/ To settle the Estate of the late Elsie B. Murpmh~h, tth:e ]ntde:i s o d, Mrdl HOURS: Monday Thru Friday. 8 a. m. to 4:30 p.m. I barrow; spike harrow; 2-18 wooden frame harrow; n g; signed personal representative is offering for sa e " Y [[ ~C~n4-..~--.. O -- -- 4---11.1~ -- -- Pulverizer; McCormick - Deering corn planter with fertilizer land frame dwelling house thereon situate at 534 South Samuel ~..~ . ~,~.~.~ .,,.,,~o., ,~,~,and Mrs.. Irvin Ha,ll and Ter~ and | ~ ~tuxu~j, o ~t. ~tt. tu xx.'to ~. Hi. attach; Oliver 3.bottom 12 in. raydex plow on rubber; Ollver 2 Street, Charles Town, West Virginia. ~'rnes~tz~ret~mna~'~'l~e~ome] ~ ............................. ,, ..... l .... " .............. :'~'r McCormick Deerln . . . Jig we are eaangmg to ~w VAT I'V:II~ aria JN~w IYAJtIKIU~, especially | o: erm, ; :: tXacPto w M CMo :k DT o% tlv;erflnf 142 foot frontage on Samuel Street by 165 feet depth to cen- Mr o?d M s. Cnhar eS a .mr In WEARING APPAREL FABRICS, all prices will be drastically slashed i tl tractor; wood saw fits ; " ter of alley in rear the thirty-six members present, ,~ in order to make room for the NEW. The prices are unbelievable. | $ hammermfll; McCormick Deering horse manure spreader; .............................. t an~ attic "finish- Mrs. May Wing has the largest I~ ' ~,.~= .................. ..=.. =... = " uwenlng IS z-sr~ory ntulmng, ptus o~semtm u McCormick - Deeriaz 64 combine with grain tank for repairs; * family, thirteen; Mr. David Foltz~ [K r[]~[~ Atin ~!~ FIII~ 1]!!i1~1~! i~ I I I ! 500~,~..~! snrav.tankwlth~. . compressor; McCormick - Deeringd 2 ed) Buchanan, Va., travel farthest and 1~ It#~lVll= /Mildly Jlklk /VIi /IkFlk#ll4klh/ . ] IL p. gaSoline engine; tractor seed sower, 3 bu. cap.; hun seedFirst Flor: Double living room and kitchen room, with fire- Sally Jean Wilkes was the young- ~ ll/@tlt@qP #t 4~ it, ll 1 Sower; Lohbard chain saW; compressor and paint sprayer; bat- places in each rom, plus kitchen and utility room. est: ........ ___ .. AUUU ! - 15, IYb0 .. : fence charger bl.. Tk5 7idn eal ;rutcrl Cct rai sh; ; ?: Second Floor'. Four large bedrooms, two complete baths. { ual truck chains, .; '7*" ~ g- - -- ;-0 ~ In Third Floor: Three rooms, o~e bath. honor of George WhRmore at the]~ NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS HANDLED AT SALE PRICES. measure- 2 25 dro corns, belts, raetor um rena, gra ., ..... ' " P .............. eratin ........ .................. ...... 'it sa nt lr and tube 13{P 1t ill rope, hay ~tevator ~etween first ann secona ~ioors, m gooa op g e r la t Fn a elm; 7.50-16 tmpleme t e ; ~A " .... Winch ste , s "d y evening. 1 fork and pulley; Jamesway metal hog feeder (6 hole); bag truck conamon. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 scoops, shovels, forks, mattocks, picks, digging irons, wrenches, Oil-fired hot water heat tlowara t:r amer were ner tw m-'- ................................ halns- Alemlte sisters, Mrs. John Wgliams, Van- , hammers, wedges, wire stretchers, ladders, log c , , Tro-car c -cr-t- hl -k -ara-^ on alle- in the rear ............... SCH ELS Grea Annual Value Event ...... .._ ~ ,a , ..... =--t ........ rdP ,zt~ol enhl~ ~ e e ~,c ~ ge rim mS y ~tlle, ~l'tlO, ann fflrs, iN~lile t~or- srease gun; ~u to. i~o. x~ transnu~mm~ [;rea~v, .......... bin, Baltimore. Md. A blx~ther, With hooks; 15 ton Jack; 3 ton hydraulic Jack; farm scales, metal hog troughs, some junk. DAIRY EQUIPMENT, Etc. Esco bulk milk tank, 150 gal. cap., like new ;stainless steel washup tanks (new); 30 gal. Hot-Point water heater; McCorm- ick. Deering Milker pump and pipeline with 5 units; Milk pail and strainers ;elec. /nflatlon cleaner; tank Sterlizer kit; steel feed tank, 1 ton cap.; wood feed chest with lid; Gixtou ensilage Cart; wheelbarrow with rubber tire; scrapers and stable broom; Stewart cow clippers with extra blades. TRUCKS -- 1953 Chev., 1~ ton model 6500 with 16' grain bed tnd cattle racks. 1956 Ford, ton model 250 with stock racks. FEED -- 800 Bales sweet clover and orchard grass hay; 800 I ales oats straw; 300 but. barley; 600 bu. oats. BUTCHERING EQUIPMENT, Etc. Scalding tank, 5 butchering kettles, 48 gal. cooker; lard press, tausage grinder, trns els, ladles; t Ek , sur , piddles, kOokS and ~rappers. 15 Bantam chickens, poultry feed treushs, fountains; crates, animal cage 6-10-3; rabbit pens, monkey cage and small cages. Horse -- Western 6 yr. old GeMing (Tanim Walton), good $ispesitiotk parade and cow horse, Well broken; Western roping ~ddle with foam rubber seat; bridle and breast strap to match; saddle blankets, rolled saddle blanket, horse blanket; 6 west- trn bridles; 2 U. S. saddles; 2 U. S. work bridles, set of buggy ~arness; 2 sets breechmans; 2 sets of lead harness; wagon sad. ~le; 3 halters; 2 strands of sleigh bells. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Etc. Antique walnut corner cupboard; roll top desk and chair; dining room table; cook stove; double laundry tubs; sewing achine; sofa; reed porch setce,, and chair; l[itehe chairs; ~al bed box springs and mattress; 5 Wooden frame storm Wind. ~rS; Old wardrobe; rocking chair desk and table lamps; picture ~ rames; curtains; wall what-not shelf; Hamilton beach portable ~diixer; elec. coffee pot; food chopper ;food warmer; dishes; ies and mens western wear- men she 36, ladies size 14; dies size 6 western boots (new); mens stze 11 western boots; tad other articles too numerous too mention. Shepherdstown Fire Co. Auxiliary Will Serve Lunch ERMS - CASH: Nothing to be removed until setled for. =ORROW & MULLENDORE, AUCTIONEERS. R E. MORELAND, CLERK. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Aug. 4-2-t. Large yard, nicely landscaped. This is a large hottse, in excellent state of repair, and well worthy of any prospective pUrChaser's attention and consider. ation. All offers will receive careful consideration. Aug. 4-34. MARY M. PORTERFIELD Executrix. Estate of Elsie B. Murphy 316 South Mildred Street. Charles Town, West Virginia Phone: Charles Town 725-2317 SEE US FOR Ranges - Washers Radios - Refrigerators ---Televisions--- Electrical Appliances Ventilating Fans Installed... for Every Purpose, at Low Cost... J. DELBERT FOUTZ ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR-CERTIFIED WIRING DIAL 725-5516 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Avi~ Southard and Mrs. Sot~thard of Phfladvlpl~ia, also spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Heinz and Johnne, drove to Grafton on Sat- urday to visit Mr~ C~thryn Heinz. The Women's Guild and Broth- of Men of Grace Church have planned a family picn~ at the Jo~'s cabin on the Poto- mac on Thursday evening. F~iends and their famgies are Ja- rred also. PIRATE BASEBALL B~eball fans are virtually pant lng for ,their favorite team to finally come up a winner in tire pennant race. Others are eager to find out wlmt is going to be on the schedule for cotlege and pro- fessiona~ football. You'll find these sports sub- jeers and many, many more cove- red in full detail every morning in the PRtsburgh Post,Gazette. For your copy of the Post-Gaz- ette everyday co!~tact your local new aperboy or dealer tO .. Read ~he PRtsburgh Post-Gaz- ette; it'~ a good morniz~ habit. Mr& Mary B. Furr The Leetown Home Demonstra-t ternoon, August 17, ~t 1:30 p.m. |11 Mr. Marion Blue and Mr. War- ren Co lis have had wells drilled al heir hoin6s: .......... Mr. Lee Lupton of Armel, Va., have armocnd ,the, .bi, Ja son Monday evening, Aug. the Front Royal Hospi,tal. Regular preachiug ~erice .Sum day morning, Aug. 14. in the Methodist Church by the pastor, Rev. Lynn Buttorff at 9:4s; Sdn- day School 10:45. Mr. Robext Chapman fla. NOW Is The TIME To SAVE! ON Maple Walnut Mahogany SPECIALI MAN - SIZE [t coml ..rm feature-for-feature With other recliners that sell for $99.95. It has the same foam luxury padding, Same txa-afort-tilt positions. Same Delta.flex vinyl cover, triple welted arms, Kiln.dried hard- wood frame and you have a choice of 5 colors. OURS ALONE AT ON LAMPS TABLES MATTRE.SSES STOVES AND ON LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITC IEN, NURSERY and GUEST ROOM FURNITURE tO The Virginia and Winchester Sates Taxes (totalling 8~) go into ~ff~t on September 1. Buy your furniture NOW at SCHEWELS at SPECIAL LOW PRICES and SAVE THE TAX, TOO! Easy Terms! Free Delivery! 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCHESTER, VA. Open Fridays 9 P. M.