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andoah ,Tunction and Mr. Gren-, er, alt of Charles ToWn, were vT, - M maJ o, u.n, m,i do not know who Would be. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ville Lee Mercer, son of Mrs. Ber- it.rE of Mr and Mrs. David Pen- laOIII~-'U /I~;}IU~; I gl [But I am very proud to know I qrtTTTPQrtAV ATrOT'[~qp 1,~ lCtgQ lr~ ~ ,JIL 111,II, kllJ 1~l ~ A%.LJ~TL -~1 a*s~ olUC~ j[]p.m j, nard Watson of Martmsburg and Well and chddren, Judy, Jeanne, [have another new frmnd added Mr. John Mercer of Charles Town Linda, and Terry Thursday eve- Kiw~nic int#~rnst~,|0nstl it, the httle notebook. I real y Miss Shirley Mae Fields, daughter ning. ~,N. w [enjoy them a great deal. It is of the Saturday Post-Gazette ---, For complete details read the of Mz'. an(IMrs. Sorval Fields of [ Mrs. Lee Sipe, Mrs. tIelen Bow- [wonde~ui to know we have ~ write your initials in the re,no, i Post-Gazette. For top news cove- uanson to l-'vt 2nd. class William l ers and son Steve, and Gene Car- ~ [ many sine lrienas ano omy wish ~ ,t ,~ ;, ~h,~ I h ,~,~ t,~, ~.~,**,~ a ;,~ E Monroe of Ptsilmont, Va.; Miss' pe'r of (~harles Town, Mrs Alton I we had more of them. So I will ~'"'."~.""~, " "~.'','"'.' "~ '~' "':" I -,s~ .: ~ - ~.-~,- "" 0 Doris Elaine FriLLs, daughter of ~ Muse and children Karen ~mmv [ write a line telling you how glad rost-tiazette, wnat s all mere ~s I erea to your at*or every morning. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin FriLLs of i ~nn ~:,~nnv cnen~ Thur'sdav at ] we are that you enjoy the items to it. There are six winners every IF r convenient home delivery con YEARS AGO -- 10 current fiscal year. Charlesn Town to Mr. Harry Tho-I B'everl"~'B'e'ach~"Md" - " " ~~ I Would be very glad to hear again, week-and every, so often there are l tact your local newspaperboy or mas l erndon, son of Mrs. Mar:[ Mr and Mrs William ttoak via. iThanks- going to be special bonus awards. 'dealer today. -- Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Jacobs gare~ Hernoon and the tare t:ecix ited "his broth'er Mr Ro'" Hoak, I ~w $90 000 modern ele- of Ranson celebrated their golden Herndon of Shenandoah Junction - ' ~. .' " ~.Y [~~ I ~-- -- ---- ---- -=-=-- -~ . "school' in Ranson was wedding anniversary with a re- DIED l ~"-~'e" 52 I wn is a pauent m me wmcnes- ~~~l' I ~uo~xt~.~,~ !1 mpleted by S L. Min- ception given by their four child- trainer "an:d '~orseman~o~ ~effer: ter Memorial Hospital: on Friday. ~~ [ Moneygrams- the Post-Gaze~e's ~ t A~I~m~FI~ I~Ull~lt] l~I/ I son County :-- v r,~ l aar. tloaK is recovering ~rom a ~i~~ l exciting cash winning game mat ~1 I~l||rrr'i 1 ~ i~nlllH[l~llll|.l 1 son, contractors, ren. .- ~.' '" "2'~ ~. ~.a~."~Y'~lheart attack ~~.:=- . 1.~;.~ -ut more than ~10000 in a -V --.- ,~ -n-~ -~t~. an County s seven ,levy- MARRIED: - Miss Joan Mar- rmsp~taz; rmgene zsaruett "r~m~er . ~~7. i t v - ~" 'e lar ~ es tentatively approved garet cross daughter of Mr. and lake, 85 of Winchester a retired ~rs. tlaymonu ~ezepac~ ana ~~/ I two monms - - is now a r guX merchant at Summit ' Point, in ] daughter Catherine, of Balti- i Saturday feature. n~ ~. ~ w. -- o. ~. ~ of $1,263,286 for the Mrs. Robert Neill Cross of Shen- Winchester Memorial Hospital. more, Md spent .Saturday .eve- ~~il I Every week in the Saturday ~ 1~ ~ ~amm~on -- t.nartes |own, ~ 20 VEan~ ~-~ 20 ning with Mr. ana ~ars. wzmam t ~~ I I Post.Gazette - - six winning mono ~ ------VACATI011 NOTICE -- - Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers l L /grams areprinted. Topwinner X,I~IAI 79~.7':191 ,rr,~r~ urm~'~-~ ~r,~ ~ I Visitors on Saturday evening Marola m. nelm augn |gets $50 - and there are $25 ~ ~,a-~ - ~ ~--a E Washington St has been pur-] wflh Mrs Natham, el G.ra.y ~ re Harold M. Heimbaugh, Los|prLzes, as well as and $5 " ~ars Josepn ttanazli ana Cmlaren, awards chased by Mrs. D. Z. Ro er. : Angeles, Cahforma, attorney, was . Dr. Oscar C. Stine and Yfe pur- MamA, Vw[an and Joe y ofiMil~ elected president of Kiwanis In-| .The. new Moneygram game.~s I PRESCRIPT~N SERVICE chased from Mrs Cora M Lueas] vm.e, mr.a.-.u ~vzrs. -zry ~ ternational Aug. 1st. at the organ-/piayea ~ust me same way as ~ne "" " aria sons KJcKy, bonny ana bcotty " " " al You eli he cou n ut " - and George R Lucas and Ehza- . ~zatzon s Ffftydhzrd Annual Con-i origin . p t po o - . - .=--===-- : - =-= = OUR OFFICE AND SHOP beth S. Sheetz and husband the/ obben rl ni ?n'M :" ~,~vr~::e vent!on !n Toronto, pOnntariO,r:C-|-- ~~'----------~" " WILL'""" i~ t I I CLOSED " 119 acre Elmwood Farm south of/ Z" eorulng m ttoseoe r y ,p "/l n Sh~evPh~rdS~ y~e:?rjab Uotn ~f0' t0~0he ~I'rn.mnnda'~I~rs.~a~y~';ayY l~rs~]'r-' ~sn~?o fw~the Kswams Club of Char|| IPPPPR ~tAli min~lAi d~d~llil~lllll late'Mrs W B Snytier took over :.v~ng Gray a.nd.son Robb]~ all of As leader of the internatiohal[i IPPPPH.~IIR /11111 I;lllli~Nl b he dire'cqol "" herds ~anson, ana Mr Terry renweu service organization, HeimbaughTM $i/nlnlVVil lull vvnlnunnl/ lugust 26th to Septem er 2nd c o leT n[e i n 340. EAST Of CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Snyder family since 1882 i ",~ -." -- . out the United States, Canada,It oaugrlter mary Lane, ana Miss DIED" Mason K Bowers, re-i Mexico, the Caribbean, the Far i " ~eoecca macmoru spent ~as~ ] tared Jefferso n farmert . East, Western Europe, South and i FOR OUR ANNUAL VACATIONS i n Cou ty [ "'" 1 "s ~indp~e~Chl~nt in I~n~auD~Jeght~l~ ~eeeK:ds~nghMr-iCi~eT?~v~rls :rid Ce t alstA i: ' :'sNe edZ?:andl, Took Designed & Manuh red Stocking Distributor oldest practicing "physician intNMrS~ Ur~hilC;rtl~ende ~e;ShV)~ M. Moler, Ci~arles, Town, West)i o . . - . WE WILL RE-OPEN FOR BUSlNLSS Hagerstown, at his home there [ . Virginia school adn~nistrator andIn M I II Pannra mn nmme, mmm ~l ann~ ~n~ w~i~.~ ~;~. ~. ,~ w" lmany posms o[ lnteres~ mclua- kw h~ .~ W oh ash bald the gresl-~ " Hill . ll.ll /~illllilllml i[lllllllll, gllll ~lll~i SEPTEHBER 3 . Va Linuor Control Commission[mg the t;neroKee ~na]an ttese dencv since August 1, 1967. II SL LL ULJ. ^e au s n m . at the Charles Town store, of a l r Carland ' Ill ME{: e 115 ~ 1 5earnS, tiDieS I~I 1Q~Q 1 lion in the Great SmoKey ~oun- * '[1][! WO A" son Light and Power Co, at Mill-! - f Mrs Nathaniel "- ii . . Imson --- West Va. ~lalel;owHe?rrtY hFjl?o2t~uder of t. guests o . V eC l nfefw la W n w e: EJa e II Hellarc) Re-lnforcing Wire For Concrete i,40 --- YEARS AGO --- 40 l an~Ir" dandl~tMrr,s" Dia~idle,Me~bTYe St~e:s the:i~sts ~lk: Mrs Anto-II t nced Tool & Die Makers Tooled & Cold Roiled Steel ~~~~'--~ ~/'~ O ~11~.~,~ /' ~'ho.lo~[Sunday dinner guests of.~s par- nette Lochbaum, Mrs. "Estelle il -1-- ~,o~,s"mun~ci~a~caverns?w~[eits, Mr. and Mrs. Marsnall Mc- Rickel and daughter Norma spent Ill . ~.v /Aboy, Sr and son MarsnaH, Jr. a few days in Ocean City, Md, li I I [~1/ eovereomaY pen me'm t me PUmm" v:tslt r~[ visit rs in tthe afternO n were recently n their vaeatiOnen3oynoatDOatingIn me caverns.in a mere /~-[ Mrs. Alton" n,;,- ~ Muse ~naand l,'enn'~ehildrenoz" Just when I am wonderinE" who ,llll Su:nVta'ldl I1@ VgUll~ Ikld~llllMi'tu3/tJ~J~ IINl~l~lllllll=$ ~t s that read these httle ~t ms, In the track and held events at 1 !the Citizens Military Traning[Hallt w-n; Grimes en Write such dear little note" a .ll DIAl, 725.2369, CHARLES TOWN Camp. at Fort Thomas, Ky John [ ~r ana~ ~ Za~S" thm;i?mhome near dressing me asH very dear zrmno. I I C Skinner of Charles Townwas [Charles Town on Sunday after- l.am.pr ua ~ L.~naL^ JdU~r ae~r Ill Or t:ome And bee Us Un Route 340, East U! Uharles Town tirst in the 100-ya. aasn. ~;leonI ~n hnnnv nf their son Jim- tta~ a~v =~.? yu % ,~ .'. ~. II Ed rd calling me mew oear meno t Elhott of Ranson and wa,~.r'e ei 'th hirthd~v Those helm - " i ~ . THiS was Irom Tennessee Well, Mfley of Charles Town also won / ~.~ him o~lphrat~ W is ~rand- I I ere h honors zn athletms, l --~,'-~- ~"'-~ ~*haniel Gray, | DIED At her home in Bruns mutuez, =,-~. *,~ . for a w~ ",witch," ~:'l~ J :" "'Mrs David Penwell and children, l wick, Mrs Julia Upright Strale-/ T--"- Linda and Ter", all of modern wrong" ~,- :, L~lll~l " A ~'s6ou ~ rim t wn Town, Mrs Lawrence u "~ e Terri and Ramon msl~1~ ~. ~~~ man; at his home in Charlesl~U~o - Mrs Joe S'elove and " " e Cnllaren, ~ g, rne, m Baltimore Md, G orge A ~. ' " "[ of Dayton, Ohio, Laura, Beth and l~ring your home up-to-date electrically by installing ~ouzee= Bur/Lulu Wanger of Shepherdstown, MA~tt~u" - ~iss ~:zoise "~ Clair Clair ~xlern wiring, which can carry the full power load for " se ~ruce ann ~anuy ~t " leigh of Harpers Ferry and Jo "] ,too Ahi,~ Mv l)aisv Lonubrake tll your appliances in complete safety, ph Thompson of Lynchburg, Va ""'~' "'-~' ." ~ Q formerl" of Martinsbur" /and son Jzmmy of Letersvflle, ~" [Mrs, Mrs. Harry Dinges and sons 60 -- YEARS AGO -- 60 |Ricky, Sonny and Scotty, Mrs. "-"~ . . ~ Randy Crltes and daughters To~! ~erenant ~e- and Wendy,~ Sharon Manuel ann For All Commercial And Home W'ndng co completed a new bank Tony Cliichirchi, .Charles Town, ~tg on ~ain St Charles Mrs. Irving Gray and: ~0n Hobble CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT BOYS' DEPARTMENT Town. opposite the~ Court House. of Runs,n; Mrs. J0selSh Ranalh The first ice from the C. L. and children, Vivian and Joey of SIZES --- 8 TO 18 Robinson Co. ice plant in Ranson Millville. Deiici0us r~fi'eshmentS I was delivered in Charles Town. of birthdaycake, popsicles potato And Tell Your Needs To DIED:-'At Hampton, Va John :ehi.ps, pop, .mints and. candy were 'Ed' MAGAHA -- At ~e J. Jobe, fornlerly 'of this county; served the guest~. ~HapPy~birth- at a hospital in WilliamsbUrg, Va day Jimmy. Aaron Heflebower, formerly of: this county; at Kab!etown, Mrs. :~~Dt~~'~ Annie Crunkleton, wife of John~" : '~=~ " . ~ " ' W. Crunkleton ~=~T,L]l|T. ~|i~ 80 --- AGO-- S0 ibll!,Ji Ul : !lmi,--i, : 'The Democ~icket for lSSSl Mrs. Geo[gia P~earl SIZES -- 8 TO 18 A LARGE SELECTION OF -- bore the following names for ~.~~[<~~l~~''~l~ Ranges, Washers, Refrigerators Radios, Black & White & Color TV Electrical Appliances Street-- Charles Town, W. Va. North education hildren 6-15 a personalized and small class the academic and problems of L children with specific disabilities or per- Graft.n, located in the Virginia hunt country, provides a structured, non-competitive residential, environ- ment designed to be supportive and responsive; activities include riding, individual and field sports, an art program and film-making. rther information write: D. Haynes, Headmaster School, BerryviHe, Virginia 22611 Suly 11 thru Sept. 7 Pres. Grover Cleveland; vice-pres. Good morning, dear readers! Allen G. Thurman; Congress, Wil we have been greatly blessed liam L. Wilson; State Senator, with a~ wonderful rain.which was Charles H. Knott; House of Dele- greatly needed. The late vege- gates, B. D. Gibson and R. P. tables were: looking as th0tigh Chew; Sheriff, Albert E. Davis; they were in great need of it. Pros. Attorney, F. W. Brown; So glad to report Aunt Sarah Assessor 1st. Dis R. A. Alexan- Garrett is on the hapRy-list ugH|It. der; 2nd. Dis C. H. Trail; County She has been spending ' some Commissioners, John T. Gibson time with her daughter, but is H. T. Lewis and T. Butler Moore. now again in her little cottage and breathing the fresh air from the tip of the Blue Ridge. Mr. Garnet Wilt of Maryland and Mr. Humphrey Wilt were. visitors with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mrs. Bernard Ott Pearl. -- - ~ :- : --: = Miss Doris Brackett and Miss Mr. and Mrs: David Penwell Linda Crow of Charles Town, and children, Judy, Jeanne, LiE- were dinner guests of Mrs. LU- da, Terry, and Mrs. Nathaniel cille Piper. . ,' Gray attended the Hill reunion Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey W~tt last Sunday at Morgan's Grove and Mrs. Estelle Rickles and FaiI~ground near Shepherdstown. daughter Norma Jean of Charles Mrs. Douglas Bowers and son Town have returned home frova Mark and daughter and son-in- a visit to relative~ in New Jersey. law, Mr. and Mrs. William Ste- Ott Reunion vent. of Glen Burnie, Md and The family of Mr. and Mrs. grandsons, Timmy and Kenny Thomas D. Ott held their reunion Muse, and Bruce Bowers spent at the 'Chestnut Hill picnic Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Letter grounds on Sunday, Aug. 11. : Moler. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Muse and son and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daugh- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ters Arbutus and Antoinette, and Hugh Muse, of Leesburg, Va granddaughter Michele, Mrs. Nel- spent Tuesday evening with her lie ,den and son Billy and four son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and granddaughters, Lisa and Marsha Mrs. Alton Muse and children, ,den, Tammy and Sherry ,den, Karen, Timmy and Kenny. Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Myrtle Mrs. Elmer Wright aceompa- Wilt and sons Larry and Sterling, nied Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Jen- Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Ott and two kins and Mr. and Mrs. Charles sons, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilt, Eaton and son to Westminster, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicewarner Md on Thursday to attend the and family, Mrs Virginia Wilt funeral of Mrs. Shirley Shaffer and daughter Cindy, Mrs. Estelle and her little daughter, Kathy Rickel and daughter Norma; Mr. Ann, who were killed in an auto- and Mrs. Robert Ott and sons mobile accident. After the fu- Van, Nell and Oral, Mr. and Mrs. neral they had lunch with Mr. David Wilt and family, Mr. and and Mrs. Clarence Kibler in Mrs. Paul Wilt, Mrs. Patsy Cronin Spring Mill, Pa. and daughter Pixie, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Ott was a dinner Floyd McDaniel and family, Mr. guest of her son-in-law and and Mrs. Calvin Ott and son Ron. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hie, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and Anders and children, Terri, Jef- family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fay frey and Timothy, of Charles and daughter Karen and son KeY- Town. Miss Terri Whitm9re was in, Mrs. Mary Lilla, Roy. and also a dinner guest in the after- Mrs. Robert Woodward, Mrs. Eve- noon. Mrs. Anders, her mother, lyn King and two little boys and and Timothy spent the afternoon Mr. Craig Stevens. in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Wilt and Mrs. Paul Miller, Sr Mrs. Paul son Garnett, Jr of HasbrOtmk l Miller, Jr and Miss Sharon Mill- : Heights, N. J. visited with his par SIZES--- 3 TO 6x i SIZES --- 7 TO 14 1 MEN'S DEPARTMENT P( R T S Re0. 4.00 Val. - tim 1 COAT - Reg. 30.00 --- SLACKS - Reg. 12.80 FOR ONLY: SHOP: DAILY - 9: 30 TO 5: 00 FRI. & SAT. - 9:30 TO'9:00 Reg. 2.5O. SZO0 3 TO 7 DEPARTMENT-- LITTLE BOYS' a ts. Reg. 12.00. .Reg.2.29. LITTLE BOYS' LADIES' DEPARTMENT LUGGAGE DEPARTMENT i 3 WAYS TO SHOP CASH CHARGE LAY-A.WAY