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SOCIAL, PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN o: Mrs. Stuart Crim -- Phone 725-7777 Club Meets States." Poflzt Home Dora- Club met on Thurs- 8. at the home Snyder with six- and guests in at- puring the routine ng various items were discussed and Light reported on to the Pennsylvania made in company ) of Home Demonstra- from Jeffer- COnclusion of the business Mrs. James H. Snyder the evening's lesson en- in the United This she did by use of a tape recorder, explaining the im- portance of music to her, and to her family, from childhood to the present time, synchronizing her narration to the background mu, sic and illustrating her subject with recordings of the various types of music. At conclusion of this very en- joyable program the meeting was adjourned and a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which a quiz, based on the month of August, was won by Miss Shirley Macoughtry and delicious re- freshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Creamer, OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE AUGUST 15, 1968 B---7 mmnmnmmnmmmmmnm NOW READY TO SERVE YOU! MANUFACTURING m No Job Too Large m Or Too Small . m HIGHWAYS DRIVEWAYS m PARKING LOTS m PATCHING $ Free Estimates $ FOR DETAILS 725- 2539 "PHONE (AC304) f JEFFERSON ASPHAL T PRODUCTS CO INC. 1 | In The Old Marl Pit 51 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. :m m mm m u m m m. m m mi m m[ NOWI,ON YOUR LO[T ,i r. TO MOW l Z'$ o . "Shenanclale" ) I(ITnlll-IIIIll ( t trick to Square Electric Surfaca ,Unit W'ngii Hood & Fan Q AmeriCa' 'Standard Plumbing. All copper. Chad.of color in bath $ ~I.~ap Si~Ing Gabk Ends .- t )'o ;"a droOm| Q Amerleau Glean Ceramic Cabinets Ik ~11 Basernent L 1" Insulation Three Pair Aluminum Shutters Armstrong Floor Plastered Walls Whl~ Finish American Standard usl Furnace Construction on centor Board Sub Roof . etal Bridging The MICO SHENANDALE Complete On Your Let $17,935 Foundation Walls Pargeted and Coated with 2 coat application of water repellent solution, .004 Mill Polyethelene applied to last coat Windows and Doors Choice Selection Health Department AP- proved Septic System Installed Complete Water System Installed Complete (Note) Cistern Under Garage Stainless Steel or Equal Sink Choice Selection at Light Fixtures Moe--~tarlite--progre. Baked on White Enamel Gutters and Down Spouts @ ExCavation igtbJeet maximum allowed int' c~ntra~ The Above Floor Can Be Revised At No Additional Cost 4' 0" x 6' 0" Brick Fireplace %CUSTOM BUILT--NOT PRE-FAB.--NOT PRE-CUT ::--Open 8.00 to 5:00 doily thru Friday Till9 P.M. by appointment Local Builder, Local Service, Visit Mica Model Home Next To Coruing Glm, Martinaburg, W. Va. Phone Z67-892T r, OUAmi' HOME BUILDERS 4 MARTINSuv~w WEST VIRGINIA tw |m m mttmJmLttLmmtllllmLltliN ~' SENIO' FOIl FRER MICa CATALOG TODAY Maltlnsbuql, W. Va. :15401 ZONE l OTHER DESIGNS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE, CAN ,uT From SU S,O0. their children Julie and John Philip, and Mr. Robert Shirley re- turned to their home, "Locust Grove." on Friday evening hav- ing spent the week vacationing at Colonial Beach, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bittle and their family had as their guests last week tthe latter's cousin, Mrs. Larry Strawsburg and her son REeky of Woodsboro, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, Mark and Paul, were among the group who gathered at the Potomac River near Baker- ton on Sunday for a picnic in honor of the fifth birthday of lit- ale Miss Tracey Robinson and the seventh birthday of her cous- in, Miss Hope Whittington. Tra- cey is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Robinson of Win- chester, Va and Hope the daugh- ter of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittington of Baltimore, Md. 4-H Club to Assist With Mental Health Drive The Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet at the home of Miss Cheryl Starkey at 6:30 o'clock on Wed-. nesday evening, Aug. 21. Prec, ed- ing the regular meetiing of the club the group will canvass the Summit Point area collecting funds for the Jefferson County Mental Health drive. During the club meeting later in the evening plans will be completed for the Vesper Service on the school lawn on Sunday evening, Aug. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear left on Tuesday of last week for Kingwood called there by the death of the form er's brother, Mr. Samuel Menear. Returning home, they were accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, the Rev- erend and Mrs. Clarence Menear and their family of Tunnelton who visited over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford. Miss Esther Menear remained here to spend this week with her aunt and uncle, while the Glassfords' foster daughter, little Miss Millie Longerbeam, ac- companied the Revercnd and Mrs. Menear upon their return to Tunnelton. Pfc. Gary Hott, who is stationed with the United States Army in Germany, returned home on Sat- urday, Aug. 3, to spend a thirty- day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Welton Hott,and their family. Pfc. Hott arrived in Bal- timore late Saturday eyeing and was met there by his parents. Mrs. Wil on Henry and her three sons, Dwayne, Gary and Brian, who have been visiting for tthe last two weeks with her par. [ ents, Mr. and Mrs. George French lot their home in Point of Rocks, ] Md left by plane from Friend- ship Airport near Baltimore, Md Ion Tuesday morning to return l their home in Hialeah, Fla. The Women's Society of Chris- tian Service of the Methodist Church met on Wednesday eve- ning of last week at the home of Mrs. John Laycock with eight of the members in attendance. In the absence of the president, the meeting was conducted by Mrs. Jerry Beydier with Mrs. Robert Chrisman presenting the eve- nin s Devotions and lesson. Fol- ing the meeting was adjouz ned and a pleasant social hour was enjoyed during which delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Ernest Rudolph was among the guests attending a par- ty on Wednesday evenmg of last week at the home of Miss Flora Price in Charles Town. Miss Theresa Jenkins spent last week visiting with her grand- mother, Mrs. Lawrence Luttrell. at her home in Augusta. She was accompanied home on Sunday by Mrs. Luttrell who returned to Augusta later in the day. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Smallwood of Alexandria, Va were visitors on Friday evening at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Luther Naylor. Mr and Mrs. Reuben Poston of Charles Town visited on Saturday at the home of the farmer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers and his brother, Mr. Skinner Poston. Mrs. David Jenkins and chil- dren, David Jr Mary Susan and Doris Anne, of Front Royal, Va were visitors on Wednesday of last week at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Burner. Timmy and Stephen Long, who have made their home with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford for the past year, left last week for Charleston, W. Va where they will make their future home. Mrs. Thomas Lemen visited re- cently with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks and their family at their home near Shepherdstow . Mr. and Mrs. Orlon Johnson en- tertained a very large group of friends and relatives on Sunday when the Johnson family reunion was held at their home near Ber- ryville, Va. Among those attend- ing were their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock and their family, Miss Ann Winn Childs, Messrs. David and Richard Childs and Harry Laycock. Mr. and Mrs. Grady J. Owens and their small daughter, Tracey Lynn, of Alexandria, Va were visitors over the weekend at the home of the farmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady D. Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim of "Monte View," in company with their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr and Mrs. Clayton Stagner and children, Elizabeth Anne, Scotty and Susan, of Rippon, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Welsh at the Potomac River near Bakerton where the day was spent picnic|rig and and boating on the river. Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose and Mrs. Harry Williams attended the Ambrose reunion at Vernon Ambrose park on Sunday. Mrs. Clara Mannings of Paw Paw is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter and daughter, Vicki, accompanied by Mrs. Civie Walker, Charles and Janet of Martinsburg, visited Mr. lowing a routine business meet- and Mrs. Kenny Barrick at Sol- =m m m m mm m m= mm Use This Easy Way To Subscribe To The Please Enter My Subscription To The I Address Dtt,~ i**l llee etil-.'tle'~lle.o* l'tll*o*i* Use This Coupon and Just Send $5.00 (Plus 15 Cents Tax in West Virginia) I To settle the Estate of Frank J. Newman, Jr. I will sell the following located at 109 Shutter' Street, Charles Town, W. Va near the Acme Market on: SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1968 10:00 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS & TOOLS. Westinghouse refrigerator; Sewing machine; 3 electric blank- ets; wardrobe; Roll.A.Way bed; old dresser; glider and chair; 2 lawn chairs; pots and pans; dishes; glass Jars; lathe; table saw; jointer; jig saw; Sabre saw; miter box; Dado set; 2 vices; Coping saw; sharpening stone; 32' extension ladder extension scaffold board; storm windows and doors; walnut lumber; Higgins tent (new); spoke shaver; molding saw benell set; blow torch; soldering irons; planes; jacks some paint; hand tools, including squares, levels, wrecking bars, hand saws, scribes, drill bits of all kinds, barb wire streateher; electric motors; draw knife; 2 cots; rifle hand lawn mowers; rabbit bowls; garden tools and other articles not mentioned. TERMS--CASH: PAUL E. MILLER - Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND - Clerk Bertha P Wood, Execufix Aug. 8:2t- FRANK J. NEWMAN. Jr Estate Nobody spends all day near a kitchen phone. Or a hall phone. (Or wherever it is you have the ringing thing.) We're guessing that at least of the time, a one-phone family does cross-country run- ning through the house or scrambles down some stairs to take the call. You can't call that modern living. In fact, 40% of the fam- ilies in America aren't living like that. They've got an extension phone somewhere else in the house. That second telephone would cost a lot less than you prob- ably think. Something like 4 cents a day if you choose the basic color and style. (And that's a bargain--you already pay about four times that for the phone you've got now.) Call our business office or ask the men on the telephone trucks you see around town. Hello, extension telephone; goodbye, nuisance. General Telephone "/ t ~.hern, Georgia, last week. Linda, Patricia, Karen and Roger Potter visited relatives at Liberty Furnace, Va several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. William Fellers attended the Anderson reunmn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mason Pikes|de on Sunday. Captain and Mrs. John H. Dick and daughters of Fort Stewart, Go are visiting relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jones and family of Alexandria, Va Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel, Car- olin, George and Lou Ann, Mr C. W. Zombro and John Skinner spent the weekend at Mt. Jackson Virginia. Miss Norma Whetzel, Bethesda, Md. attended a reunion of the class of '63 of Shepherdstown High School at Shady Rest Rest- uarant on Saturday evening. Mrs. Harry Shirley Stork Shower A stork shower was given on Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Jones for Mrs. Gary Jones. Mrs. Shirley Hoover assist- ed Mrs. Jones. Games were play- ed and refreshments were served to quite a number attending. The guest of honor received a lot of nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Ring and son Rodney, and Miss Terry Car- son have returned from spend- ing two weeks in Billoxi, Miss visiting Terry Ring. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and two children spent the week end touring Canada stopping at Niagra Falls returning home on Sunday evening. Miss Nancy Vorous, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous of Middleway celebrated her 18th birthday on August 10. Those at- tending was her parents, her brothers, Ben Jr. and David and sister Linda, her grand parent Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Owens Sr of I Berryville, Va. her cousins Sherry Lynn Owens Jesse Owens and Mary Jane Owens and also Mr. Howard Grim of Bayce, Va. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Aleshire and Miss Phyllis Ann Longerbeam, Miss Vorous received many nice and useful gifts. On Wednesday Mrs. Judy Mills Miss Debby Fellers, Miss Debby Shirley, Donald Shirley, Jimmy Liskey, Rusty Shirley and Mrs. Harry Shirley enjoyed a picnic at Greenbrier State Park near Boonsboro, Md. Dinner guests on Wednesday with Mrs. Paul Ring and family were Mrs. Anna Mae Dennison Mrs. Lorna Dennison and three children, Mrs. Mattie Mobley, Mrs. Lawrence Ring, Mrs. Doug- las Ring and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Ring and two sons. Mrs. Mattie Mobley is visiting relatives in the community and at the present is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ring. There was. a very good turn out on Saturday night at the Methodist Church to hear the Mr. and Mrs. Matt Flodd and Voun" Outlook Home quartet, family of Philadelphia, Pa spent Miss Clamye Baker remains in their vocation with the latter's the Charles Town General Hasp|- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dem0n tr tion Club tal where she is resting a little Wiley and family. better at this time. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Martha C[[pp On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Har- Ott were Mrs. Fannie Clopton of W[ h Mrs, lar ,!ames, a d. Mz'. acL Mrs. Peonia Springs, Mr Tom, GroV l rhlr'mOtored to L ray my Ott. ' " Va. and toured the Luray Cav. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and dau- The Young Outlook Home Dem erns. ghtcr, Misty and son, Jim'my of onstration Club met on August Jefferson Village were Sunday 7 at the home of Mrs. Donald visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Clipps' Summit Point. MA'NN FIGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wager Penwell and family near Lee- town. Mr. and Mrs. Glerln Ott and daughters, Glenda and Cindy and sons Steven, Chet and John re- turned to their home from a two weeks vacation at various points of interest in Florida. Mrs. Ott's sister, Mrs. Dorothy Everd and sister-in-law, Mrs. Tillie Wilt and friend, Mrs. Abbie Jackson of Baltimore, Md. were guests at the Ott home with MrS. John Wilt and assisted with the Ott's Gro- cery Store while the Ott's were away. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and grand daughter Jo Ann were re- cot visitors of Mr. and Mrs Bob- by Harding and daughter, Sandy at Ranson. Sunday visitors of Mr .and Mrs. Frank Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Philip aden and daughters Lisa and Marsha and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wiley and daughter Theresa and sons, Timmy and Seattle. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Mrs. Gayle Smallwood, presi- dent Called the meeting to order with seven members present and four absent. Projects were dis- cussed and project sheets handed out with other useful literature. The club voted to fill some ditty bags to be sent to service- men. Mary Longerbeam and Pat KidWiler were appointed to buy articles for the bags, The family picnic will be held August 18 at Greenbrier. The next meeting will be at 7:30 at the home of Pat Kidwiler in Bakerton on September 4. 110--HEAD HOLSTEIN MILK COWS U I II I & SPRINGING HEIFERS Having contracted with Howmet-Pechinery for sale of my farm, I will immediately discontinue my dairying operation and sell my milking herd on the farm, Manor Brook Farm, Inc located along Ballenger Creek Road and Manor Woods Road, 4~ miles S. Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland on: TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1968 at 11:00 A. M. to-wit: A good start can save lots of bumps We speclaIiz in giving our policyholders any help they need in choosing insu anco for their home car business. We'll be glad to 8ive you a complete property - insurance checku2. Call us rod@, PHONE 725-2211 l l0-Head Registered & Grade Hobtein .ll0 Ninety are milk cows of which fifty have been fresh recently or in last 60 days and ten will be fresh by sale or shortly there- after, balance in milk. Twenty first ealf heifers, close spring. ers or fresh by sale. These are large heifers and good prospective producers, sired by good pedigreed sires and out of good dams, mostly all home raised. This herd is T. B. and Bangs accredited and tested within 30 daysprior go sale. DaVy Equipment & Machhery McCormiek-Deering Model 806 tractor in excellent condition anti good rubber; Fox forage harvester with 2.row earn head and grass head; Kools silage blower with pipe. all new 1967; and 3 calf unloading wagons, two are MeCormick.Deering and one is Gehl, all used in third season and good condition. Girton Defuxe 600.gal. milk tank; 40.stall pipeline milkers, complete with automatic washer; Clay barn cleaner; 2 stainless steel wash-up tanks; 80-gal. electric water heater; other dairy equipment. 2 Craine Silos with double roof, adequate time allowed for removal. Open Heifers, Farm Maehinory, Feeds, reserved for later sale. TERMS--CASH: on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents on premises. MANOR BROOK FARM. INC. MR. & MRS. JOSEPH H. BISER EMMERT R. BOWLUS PHONE: 301 874-2272 A. DOTY REMSBURG : Auctioneers Mr. & Mrs. MERHL N. WACHTER - Clerks T Lunch by Adamstown United Church of Christ