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i ~ -- i ~ F I Cogie in NeersviHe, Va. I ~ ..... ~ | + Mr and Mrs Raymond Cole I q k h,m .... .... LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND ABOUT SHRr oF JEFFERSON v at na 4--A THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, . ., - : ::: : .:::::::::::: :::::. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~,, :were guests Sunday, Aug. 6 wlth: e II J I ~! I~ tt I LI ~l~ WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEW6PA#I!R ~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~ I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and II M | | I# || I N | cakes., I spent Saturday night wi ,- ......... .J ,, ,,. ~:::~!i:~::~:~ t familv ~ ~ ~' ~'~ ~ ~ ~ v ~ ! | Tana received many nice gifts. ]aunt and uncle Mr. and Mr ..................... =in ::+ ::~?::.~::~4~i~i~~ ~- ~ -" . . ~ A~0~~>~:~+:~.~ __m i Mrs. Leona Staubs of Bolivar By Mrs Stuart Cnm Phone 47 F n~ Mrs. Glenn Myers of Rockville, I ton Longerbeam. ..... ~:~*~"~ " " - --'-'"~'" Md. spent Saturday night with|_ _ ~- . ........................... a~- " - ~'~~'-1_ spent Saturday evenmg and Sun- mr.~/ WI~.UlUWI UP' ~UV~I~i I~llt~ _.~~~. _ ?:~: :-: :~..=--- ~ day at .... her home nere Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers. IPawhatan fiardpn CI FOR RF..ACHING THF. SUYIMG POWE:R OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL ~~!1~~~~.~'r-'11 ...... " ........ , .... . ~~ ~ mr anu ~wrs tcaymonu ~tauos farm women s taua aieets ;ty On Monday evening rePr~e.,eed Mr. Joe Gordon of Edinburg, [ ................... ............ " s ~~::~ ::~:~ " " " Y ~her uest a Fin "sto a frmn "i " " " of " Mrs.Va. iSMossSpendingRanalliseveralon Saturday.days with | ~], ~." "~*-~ -. ~1.. SUnROUND'NQ ~:Z: ~O;R:O~:"KH~N M~:R:~'~::N ::~:+~* Z ~Ind chfl:r?un~fayneguesCtpestn~ enT?~lS~mmm: ::~:ras~amy WvOemn. pg thj~rsdePa~rt~: thh:Y: ~p his sister and brother-in-law Mr. I~ee~s w|~n ~/1[~. DI~ -- 20.OOO PERSONS -- Mrs. Leona Staubs. ling at the home of Mrs. Stuart and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and and Mrs. T. E. Lake. I INDUSTRY I Mrs. Maude Hackley of Har-iCrim with sixteen members and their family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I The Powhatan Garden PUEL.ISHED EV~Y THURSDAY Last month Senator Jennin"s Ipers Ferry spent a few days with guests in attendance. The meet- Mr. and Mrs. Page Hinton were L. E. Wiltshire were Mrs. Pitt- Imet at the home of Mrs. .... m v ~.~.~ jm.,..s~R$o~ pum.l_s_muQ corn,ANY, inc.... ....... s~ her nephew and wife Mr. and ing was opened with Devotions among the guests who attended man Russell and daughter Karen ]Bloom Ranson Monday, Au I~Ni2 ~1..~,~ ~WI'~ PAID AT Gl'~&Rklg~ TOWN, W VA. ltanuolpn m cooperauon wlm Mrs. Johnny Whitehair and their I led by Miss Shirley Macoughtry the housewarmin held b Mr of Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. John ]After business meeting, .... , . g Y , West Virginia'sother senator, ]son. ]after which the evenings lesson and Mrs Calvin Hough on Sun- Shirley of Winchester, Va., Mr. ]H. Stone gave an interest SPIRIT ESTABLISH~ 1844 -- ADVOCATE tm'rAemSH~Dteen Robert C B r Mrs D " " " " " com an "with COMmN"~ UAnCN t ta4S . y d, and Senator Jos I . orls George of Bruns- I Attitudes Grow in the Home day afternoon from three to five and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and [monstration on summer b ' ' ---- eph Clark, of Pennsylvania, offer I wick, Md. was a visitor with her I was preesnted by Mrs. James H. o clock at their new home on the son Freddie Lee of Lovettsville, I arrangement. .~Ax aROWN, ~rro~ ed an amendment to a bill to pro- I brother and ssiter-in-law Mr. and I Snyder who developed the sub- Leetown road. ' .Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire [ At the close of meetin~ OFFICE NORTH GEORQ ~RELt'T -- TELEPHONE 2~a vide appropriations for the Atom ] Mrs. Harry Dinterman and their ]ject in a most interesting man- Visitors on Sunday of last week and sons Michael and Timmy of Itus refreshments were set ___ ic Energy Commission, the effect ]children. I ner. Fqllowing the lesson the rain at the home of Miss Frances Cole Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle I the hostess and was enjo: NATIONAl,. A"V~.m~ R~'~.~N~m,V. of the amendment being to pro-[ Mrs. Howard Everhart, Mrs. lutes of the last meeting were man were her cousins Mr. and Wiltshire and children Veronica I all. WEEKLY NtrWSPAPER Rff~RESENTATIVE$, INC. vide an appropriation of five mil I Jean Whitehair and Mrs. Mary i read and approved, a report was Mrs. Charles Kelley and Mr. and and Merle Jr. of Harpers Ferry. I Next meetin~ to be held 404 ~wr, Avenue. N~w YO~X m. N.y. lion dollars for research and de- t Longerbeam have begun their I made by the treasurer and sever Mrs. Reid Roadcap all of Phila. Danny Dillow is spending sever I home of Mrs_ Raleigh ~.~ - CmCA*O -- Dt'r~o~v -- Lo. ~,~L, velopment of further uses for I work in the peaches at Ranson ] al items of business were discuss delphic, Pc. al days with his brother and sis- ] September 27. ' --- coal. One would have thought ]Fruit Inc. in Ranson, W. Va. I ed. During the social hour which Mr. Marion Smith has been a terdn-law Mr. and Mrs. James Dil I ~ su.acmvr,o,W~,v~o,~N :M s~.,T~ ~a~su.J~c-r 1"o s% co,~u,~,, that the sick and ailing coal in- I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Greenwalt I followed the group participated medical patient in the Charles low and family of Berryvflle, Va. I 8ALf.~ TAX SUIISCRIWTI~ ~a so II*l~q YMJ~II IN ADVANGS . ~, dustry, and those connected with and son of near Chestnut Hill ] in a type o~ treasure hunt Town General Hospital, having Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake attend / -'*- - ----'-- i .... it such as the United Mine Work were guests with the latters par I which was won by Mrs. Wallace been admitted there last week for ed the Dellinger and Rucker re- | . j I~ ~eHa~R o~ .,, __ ers, would have hailed the amend ents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle [ Snyder and Miss Shirley Macou- ~ treatment, union which was held at the NATIONAL EDITORIAL ~ ment as a needed stimulant. Ima larM family. [ghtry and refreshments were ser ] Miss Shirley Jenkins of Wash- Lions shelter, Winchester, Va. on I |A~C~._aTI&-. f~l~L~l~|~,~ gine my surprise, therefore, when |ved by the hostess |in~ton D C was a vi~P-r -w- Sunday. i _ " m h r s'dent f " " ~" ......... ~::~1 I'=~J* ~'[~' ,~m ~~ ~ e pel .o the..Nationa! ~ A ~ I: D 'r ~ ~ lB. & O. To The Rescue! I the weekend at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. George Helman I [ C:)U~ "T'll~r'I:~ ~kb, t~oal Assoclauon and nlgn onlteu [[~ ' . " " " "~ .......... - - - ~ ~;.,.. ~xr....t~...~ -~;.~ ....i ~ ,... ~ ~ L n | ~ |~ I The village owes a vote .of parents Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jan of Milford Mill Rd., Baltimore, I I ~-ernL~-r~,-~'~,(~ Md. was supper guest of Mr. and I I ~'A~n-L9 Lg~I_IV~ ,,,,~ ,,~,,,~,~ oh,~,a,o a.. a -,u. " " kins Als v" " ' ...................... B,,Miss Mar--aretH.....r I thanks to the B & O Railroad . o lsltmg there on Sun- mer governor oz mls state, uecu ., ~ .... , " " Mrs. Melvin Lilla and daughterI I~MIL[. $~'i~V~" YOU M] Th-r,u An ,ust 17 laal ........... [for its cooperation in helping to day were their son-in-law and dau ,, - ""-J' , "~" " " "" e2?i~hUcWf:S~:nW ~sj~a[" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knott and I keep the right of way through ghter Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frye and Rebecca on Saturday I I COMVg'MIE[M'VL" '~.-~ ~ ~ "d the amendme"* ~'~::ausif'+- -[ children of Miami, Florida visi-[the village neat and attractive, cnildren Kenny and Pamela of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman[ ~ .............. , ~ " ..........'*~ Charles Town and daughters of Shenandoah [ - - _- _ - - .~ ~p~,~t-~. P^~ ,m,,nn,,,~,,nna~ , . ted Mrs. Charles Knott and fam-]The lot, which had been cleared ~P~}~| rU~ |NP rL~ linked~:o a b~llwhichwou{d pro ily on Tuesday. ]last spring b~y those families re-],, Miss Imogene Thomson of Junction was visitors of Mr. and/ ~'f12~~~ ......................................... Ha ...... Mrs Edward Ryman and Miss J ~/'/At" ~**~/{ ~,.~ -e"eraq"~ "1""" ~* ~"-~""'~ Mr. Olin H. Knott Sr of Home / siding in it s ~mmedlate wcimty ] wthorn ]s vacationing with For the siz of the community Charles Town and the ' ashin 'ton e cr t cs'c ar e stead, Fla. spent part of last/was again growing uP with weedslfriendsin Canada. lJuanita Ryman on Saturday af-I o o week with Mrs Charles Knott and locust saphn s Mr Rane , Miss Katherine Baylor of Char ~surrounding areas have about as many parades and public that production of electric newer " / " g- Y I. _ " "Iternn" | ~/'. L~'~A~,~t,~ ~c~@2~, " and famil the supervisor of the Valley Bran les Town spent Sunday visiting Andy Dillow is spending sever ~ ~ ".~j,)O~E,~.-~,.a~_ spectacles as the average fellow couMo expect It ~s the would damage the alreadv shrink, Y" / ....... . , . ......... I - -- cn, ver Klntll ozzered to nave'at me home oz her sister zv~rs duty of newspa.per people, to be observant, and there ~s ing market for coal Last week Mrs ~rnest Houser [ y , y ...... . al days with Steve D'Angelo of / ~ltV) ~~/~f~ i e n::re g h oPe:w is :saaSvl: i ir g i:i,i iltSh i!:rdn Kl:HnO ,! i :fi eesSt Bolivar. . ' ' " r] "! " " r " "" " " " a "|l " , ii 17 Zt Miss. An i MrS.RanalliMr'iand Maryfromwas M0 rSU "ir Ge0 rgf efiLilla visitorsMondaY, and_Ranson, of MrS'Mrs'Hcee lmaan'n LulaAugust Lou West Illd0rd 28"va to M Sept, I/glO ,ShOp WILL.LOC ....... M" Y. , P ........ .~'. , |w ed killer next year to prevent of lie Bardenio of Martinsburg on | One Phone Call to b man local arade observers to the American fla We duly eiecteu representatives in ~oooy and Tommy winters, |their ro?urn I-la a~ m~ao ;* West Viruinia which uzue bald utl Y Y P " an ........................... ' are not flag wavers and we hope we are not imbued with theSenate and. in the House to Fedrr..GevrialidteRobinson of Harpers|known that if there is any organ the Shenandoah Hotel in Martins Iwednesday" ] relieve you of any b any sense of fanatacism at the spectacle of the flag coming .protec west vlrgmm s economic Mr aYnd ~r~? .elr,granoparen s |ization in the area interested in burg on August 2nd and at which' Mr .and Mrs. Freddie aanalli | over fuel oil. Takes and children of Harpers Ferry, | a minute to hahn]Iv Interests lnsotar as me same can vvat U , airs Sn der resented down the parade route. But common courtesy and good he don~ i .... n ..... ~ ...... n week " |using the lot as a picnic or play-,. , Y P the Devot W. Va, were visitors of Mr. and / tha-- - . .... ~, ............... ..., roun lens n g u area, the property could manners demand proper respect for the American flag a d .... .... without injury to the national in Mr. and Mrs Don Trundle and be leased a a v r r Mr. and Mrs Stuart Crim and all the things ]t stands for. Gentleme l will bare their heads- terest No senator or re,~resenta dau-hter of Shen"~rno,o .......... / ........... t e y easonable I Mr~ 1~., c~ ' ~io,. ,~ ,yr,, Bryan Keith Dillow young son , . . , *- . ~, v,,,- ,*o~ ,,- ,,~-,~ ilgure. ~ne approacn :o me vn............ J ................ - when Old Glory is proudly carried by. Military personnel Ave sent to the nation s Capitol Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs /la-- h~ h,o, i ....... a ....... , ]te View" and Mi.~.~ Franoo~ Cnl, of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dillow has I ~ .... will do the equivalent by standing at attention and saluting, by. this state has any right to William Snyder. " " |lyby'-t~he'cl'eari"tl~g'awayVoT"the [man were-supp-e'r-guest's-of ~l~ir[ been a patient at the Winchester [ [~~,'~f~"~ jt is a seemingly small thing, like the tipping of a hat when place sectional interests above Mrs. John Lookingbill, Mr. and ]underbrush along the right.of- |Roger Kelley on Sunday evening Memorial Hospital Winchesteg, I it is ~m errant Ma we see mole national Interests, the UMW and Mrs William Ca rl wa t at his home on the Shenandoa greets a lady, but " " "p Y . " " " . . . " " p 'otti and sons | y hat it is hoped that the lot[ " h Va. ~ 1W~AI$I Ill~o it the NCA to.the contrary-notwith-, and Alvin Just motored to Mar-]will never again revert to it s for IRiver. Also guests at the picnic Mr. and Mrs. George Helman ] I~'~'~,~~ : ' i - - - J We have also noted a similar d srespect for our natmnal stand ng. - t tmsburg and attended the Carter |mer unsightliness. ' [ supper were Mr. and Mrs. Rich was Saturday night guests of Mr. ] |~~,u~,~r~ ~nthem. Are there those who do not know that it is proper fac~Utia ~seHex~m~namti#~toflthe IReu2i~ereWhijhsWaJaheld in the | Mrs. J. C. ,B, reekinridge has as lardis~:il?affaxCha~esd:tyn. and and Mrs. James Lilla. I k~ Ior all citizens of .this land to s and, men with their head " - ...... t ..... ". ... | g g P . IMessrs ..... Kent Myers of Rocky]lie, Md. ~ ......... ~ --i ~__.~ . u^_ ,~.^ -_,:^_-~ ~_,~.~,~. :~ -,~..~,~ j es some uouot as to wnemer or l air. ann airs. t;naries ~aton/from London End, land Miss We-t . t~oy aiomgomery ann ; m---~"~ +, + ,lO++ ++ ..... IrACATiON NOTI : , . p p s l al interests in the Hanford vote. mother Mrs. Albert Eaton and [four and a half ,,ear tour around I " "tors at the home of Mr. and h dfla?oapdtmh:rnatlo tan:heve d:nr:e stYmbOrlS O:r all tha ~3[wther~h:?at~nYalreanld Csnc~liioCt l ~ Chirl:r~nn~fy S~luV:s~s Springs/Sine: ~Vh:nlSt:n~lOUrtehtoOmNea~teYrOrka ,r vaC.O~rg:?ec:nl~ oOvferR:ghi for both. I It took political courage for sen J daughters. [the World Dur~n- that neriod ]Mrs. Julian Glasscock and their , , [ators from coal producing states] Mrs. David Allen and daughter ]Mis~ Warslov ha~hold rm~'ttan~ [daughter Betty Lee. ...... ~ ................... Miss Bett Lee m m m u ]to vote for the Hanford proposal |of Boonsboro, Md. were Sunday |in Australia ~,~,,, ~-~and a-a i. | y Glascock, in i~ ih i! L I IW .................. ]because the UMW and the NCA l evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ]California | P Y n S'lman P have made it appear that a vote [ Bert Loudan and son. Other ] Mr and" Mrs David Chase and |of Berryville, Va. left on Sunday il ift i i ii i aUa il ! iii s I CLOSED for Our Annual Vaeat~ ' '" " " " out the ' " Sgt and Mrs Wi liam Hpff and . The Sacrifices endured by this nahon to bring ab _ .fair to be crucified for doing the I Mr. and Mrs. James Fink and ~theirfive children of Ra"id Cit., places of interest including Car- Ge an def at were enormous To ermlt the East Ger rl ht thin and havln the record dau hte f v I rm ~e . ,~ ..... ; ..P ..... ; , "I ":g... g .! . .! g ] g re Brownsville, Md.,Mr. ts' D. and the former's parentslm:dl'.Ls.Angeles.and Hollywood ber 4th, nclusive. We Will Reo man governmen ~o challenge ~ne vailctl~y oI me surrenaer, dlstorteu so mat it appears the and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and dau l Mr and Mrs Howard Hurr -~ I u travenmg as zar south as Tin or the terms of surzender, is to create an intolerable situa i wrong thlng w~s done. t ghters of Knoxville, Md., Mr. and]charles Town were visitors on t: na'hMe~lc before returning for business on Tuesday, Sept tion and is affront to the integrity and honor of this I As I ~'m e no ed, there is no evi I Mrs. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg I Monda- even]n,, of last week at I ~'g s. country There can be little doubt that the East Germans dence that the Hanford project | were Sunday guests of Mr. and 'the home of M~'s Bbn~n W. Crim. I Antlounce Birth of Son ber 5th. , , :fhuat:de ahd Gt rm Ip;TS: r'vl U:qtu :er atc!: IM HLi: sded w : :::::t:::: I l ,S0 q .." .,.~ .......... I been helpe by the Randolph a-fat Norfolk, Va. was the weekend I NeilI and gte.~en of Washin-tonI + p" y morning, I~ MACHINE WORK 1I thas~; t ermany wisnes me repudm e ner surrenaer oI six- mendment which would have pro I guest of his parents Mr and Mrs |r, ,~ i+ +-en in-- ....... Lsj+^ I Aug. 14fin ' teen years ago tAm natron should respond w]Lh her full : vlded funds to find other uses for I Wllham Hough Sr. I tionin , at Reh , tb r el [ zr'-. military 'might If Mr Kh uschev does not like this, let I coal It is difficult for an admit- I , ; ".. ".,., . .::"7":- %" .'-' ~ I t : m t~ m . - " . -- lvlrs t-aul welcn ann ner zour him make the most of it+ may appear to be an over-tedly naive country newspaper I I hi,a :. o, ,, ..... , I M I L L V I L L l" simplification, but to permit a vanquished nat on to dictate I man t9 understand the menta! gyI el Ill nmrP I se"veral"days"las't"week"visi in"g [ By-Miss ~ . I 0fmnasucs me ~UA ann me uaiw - ~ .--.~ teva s to he:" coh //brei.s is dfi hinI/abIe. This may set cavorted throu h to end u withI DLUI[: I with Mr .and Mrs. James H,, Sny| another dreaded war, But it is better to have it now than t'- ......... l ~ ......... ~. ~_ [ I der and their family at East/ Sunday guest--~'-~of Mrs Mae + Kremlin ) "~ ,+,,.t,.m,.,.:~ ,:.u,i~.,.u:~,+.u,i ,+,+~t+ a.. .......... Shenstone ' Webb at a hme that may be more advantageous to the " a"-'ro"riation to find new uses] I IMl~'eT~lg 11 EP [ _ . ...... l, were Mr. and Mrs. Gene It is time the Russian hand be calIed. To deIay is coal is detrimental to the l tlvr~|u~ ~L~ [..Mrs. Louls ?anoway ot . erry-IShiner and children of Winches + . . vine, va. spent last weeK vmmng ter, Va,. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yon court disaster., I coal industry. The only way lt l l at the home of her brother and I+ ................... ,... ...... '- '+ ,' can be done is to start out with a i h I ~ u~ ~uar~c~ ~own ann ~vlrs ~,~. o ..... , l,o ...... 0 .... I M&glfl:T gl:0NgT Is ster-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Josep ,tha MorgatI of the Pentecostal , :+~ ~- i~?:~~ v: ...... ~, an.~ once you ao I l'lPtlllil'l Ilt-lVnl [Starkey and their family. Rest Home at Bolivar. ~v~ ~r~'~ro ~,vt~r~o" ~T [tillS it iS apparenuy easy to reach I Mr and Mrs Garnet Small- . . , a xua ~r~ ,~r~tv~ lan conclusion -ou want ~h~, ~ ~ [ : , ., , .. I Mrs T W. Dlllow Andy Dillow O ~ U a LI [~:t h:2~ee~nt~otn~hh?:e'~i'~as I .The quotations of The Blue [ v a tvi !oeXsana rIpAe V:omeWer~ l~arryD~ow,m~krasrd~aM~"s CNha~71s" n J t$ I ....... Y IRldge Livestock. Sales.at_Charles [ the former s brother and ster- I low and children,~ Robin, Lynn, ...... ,, ]energy not qerlveu irom coal iS; ]Town monaay, ~ug. 14, 1961. ]in.law Mr. and Mrs. Philip ~mall]and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs, T. B Mrs. Re Br den Telephone z0b J per se, uetrimental to me coal Recel ts of calves cattle and y y " I _ . . I "P , [wood and their daughter Sharon. |W. Dillow, all attended a birth- . I mdustry, frhis IS a false assump-|hogs moderate with a good de [ Mr and Mrs Donald Glassford da art at the h ,,, , " Y. P y ome of Mrs tlon ...... I , . . [mand for all classes on sale. land children Bonnie and Talmad ]Mary Frye of Point of Rocks, Md" Miss Bessie Breeden of near [B6yce turn left at Locker Plant[ Sooner or later the coal incus-t Feature of sale was prime vealt-~^ ~^, ........................ ~ .... t " i ~ ,~ u. o~tu~uay w ~p~.u ~v on ~unaay afternoon the party Rippon spent the past week with | and last house on left Iry m th s state must come to the [ top $32 00; few lots No 1 hogs I eral da"s vacaUonin- at Atlantic I ....... son Greg of Winchester with[ ~- ~'-- " '+Uel Buzzard I......... [P " , ' , .. .... [ o o with th " infa "Uad,macron] salad, pototo chips, Mrs. Biddle's parents Mr. and~ u.v ~,,~..~,- i tact nas:al[ea~y_oeen^given.m [21.00; cnoie.e ~utcner neff_ers[ghter Sara. . . [peanuts, mints, cake and coca "" Mrs Carl Hintoa silent a few l r ,,v ....... I ...... / o ; good outcner effers 19.oo I Mrs. W. B. Grove and iss,cola She had thr, o birthday t" days the past Week at Atlantic Igle, of the uttme of.t oaL. Researlto 21.00; plain to medium heif-']Mary Thompson. of "Hawthorn",[ _" ..... .": ...... City m uw. ]en: unaer me epartmem. me |ers .14.00 to 18.00; good bulls 19.- Mrs. J. C. Breckin'ridge and her ....... II Ig Mrs. Jane Ott and son Tomr y Hospital-for treatments the ]interior. m a country wnere, it]00 to 23.00; plain to medium]h0use guest Miss Worsley and] were Monday VisitOrs with. Mr, [past week fbr otto day. He is now ]seems at .times ~nat .crlt.lClZmg ]bulls 15.00 to 18.50! commercial]Mrs. John Chew attended the an l ~U~[|,.rI~U ||||H~r e ongre lS the IavOrlte inaoor cow~ 1550 1 7 utlh cows v..v..n=~.w mv~vm and Mrs. Alan Robii son anff his hom t feeliag, mvch b tter. I ..... t "s" efr .... t s I . 6.,9; " "ty lUnual service which was held ont .... ghters, ] Little Peggy Jean Long, dau- ] spur, n ~ o r _ esmng o e.e an 115.00 to 16.00; canners and cut- [ Sunday morning at the Epigcopal [ ~ A D V P ~l' + Weekend visitors wit Mr. and |ghter of Mr .and Mrs. Charles l ex.argPm 9t wnere t~ongresslonai | ters 15.00 down; cows by the [ Church near Wickliffe, Va. I ~ ~ n ~ E | Mrs. Charleai $1t almr tamfly ]Long is a j atient in the Charles .mlnK!ng is agea.a of that of me ]hend up to 227.50; stocker and | Mrs. William Reid of Balti. [ were Mr. Mrs. Paul Dfllow [Town General HospitaI and at Ima_ust + most.wrauy a~.tectea. [f eder steers up to 24:00; stock lmore, Md. and Mrs. Earl G in.[ . a~d family of Newark, Delaware. ]this writing is a very sick little [. Tne riamora prop o~l nas been I heifers and bulls by the head up [ tham of Middleway visited on | P E A C H E We ~emporarny sne~vea ~t is a pity to 120 00 +- ~" While being here they alao viai ]girl. The cause is unknown. I ..... " .... I ; |Thursday afternoon at the home | ,, ted Mr. Dil w's paTent Mr. and )are Joining m praying for her re- inn sn Vm al .m3 | Choice to prime calves 29.00 to 1of their cousins Mrs. Robert Ma-[ MID-SEASON VARIETIES Mrs. Luther Dfl~0W and faintly |covery soon. [ m. . .... a. oo ]32.00; good butcher c,al~es 26.00|coughtry and her daughter Miss | ELBERTAS AND HALES on 2nd Ave. Mrs. Maude Everhart was a/nomlng ano g~m much uy. ~en-Ito 28.00; meaium outcner caLves/Shirley Macoughtry. / .~EPTEMREgt l~t " On Sunday Mr. a,d Mrs. Csrl |Sunday guest with her brother [ator_nan mpn s controversial a-121.00 to 25.00; thin,calves 20.001 Dr. and Mrs. Harry Langdon [ ............ r menamem Hinton visited with Mr. and Mi's. land sister-in-law Mr. and M s. [ ]down; heavy calves 18.00 to 27.00;[of Charles Town Were visitors on| I].AMRO APPI:W:,q Willie Marcu~ r~ Le~sburg~ Va, [Garland Piper in Chestnut Hill. | ~ | Blue head grade lambs 21A}0; ] Saturday evening at the home of | ................ Darrell and David Hoffmaster ] Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and | parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ever./red head grade lambs 19.70; red ] Mr. and Mrs. George Crim and | V t', TARLW, al~d Dusty Dillow spent Saturday |daughter Norton, granddaughter /hart. Those present were Wanda, |shoulder grade lambs 16.70 to ] on Sunday the Crims had as their | ........... ! ~S~U~[~-~~~"~'~'~p[~A~| night and Sunday with Gregory [Brenda Chapman were recent vis [Darlene, Gle ar/d Danny Ever-!17.00; butcher ewes 3.00 to 5.50; |gUests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bow | I.Ilt/IA $1usher. litors with Mr. and Mrs. Franklhart, Judy, "Janice, Doris and|stock ewes per head up to 12.25;Iman of Winchester, Va. I Mrs. Marguerite Love of Mar- IRodgers in Ranson. IJuanita Cogle, Linda and Sandra | Good butcher hogs 15.75 to 19, |Moving From Village . I N tinsburg visited with Mrs. Roy | Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs [Staubs, Douglas Cook, Paul Cog-|25; medium butcher hogs 18.00| Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe | .... 9 ~'-,~'~'~-,~ Bteed~ri on Friday morning and ~of Charles Town were Monday ev |le, MarshaI1 Longerboam, Paul |to 18.75; heavy butcher hogs 17+- land their small son John who | SOUASH Mrs. etty Day a d son visited |ening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. ]Wilson, Gary, Randall Staubs, Mi/00 to 18.50; butcher sows 11.00 to/have resided in the village for I her fine a tern6on. . H. Rodgers and family. |chael Rodgers, Dale Grove, Mrs. |15.00; heavy feeders and light but ]the past fifteefi months moved | t-A T +Lr l:ot, at TM ~. and Mrs. Charles Slusher | Mrs. Ida McMahn, Mr. and Mrs. ]Annie Grove, Mrs. Hilda Piper, [cher hogs 16.00 to 21.00; she s|on Tuesday to Cortland, N. Y. [ .... fleed them tllid+f$1flll~ attended the Perks]Luther Marshall of Sharpsburg,]Mrs. Thelma Cogle. Refresh- /per hundred 24.00 down; pigs per ]where they will make their hme/ ~U{.}_l~ Taklflg rsN l~Un .~l~ at the park +on. 8unday~ IMd. were Friday gnests with re-/ments were served of cakes, po- [head 16.00 down; heavy boars ]for the next year or so. Mr. Kin- / ) ) The Boyd reunion will be held ]latives here. |tato ch ps, pretzels, candy, mints ]10.25 to 12.00; stags none; sows lcheloe is associated with the Fed | J. Y. McDONALD, Owner st:t.he;holne of Ada Boyd Sing-] Mr. Thomas Longerbeam of]and lemonade. Paula received]and pigs none; stock boars ll.00 |eral Fish Hatcheries and has been | MRS S D MEADOW.~ ha~ a tld Wilton Sil~ghas on, Sun-[Chestnut Hill is spending some-[some nice gifts. [to 17.00. [a trainee at the Leetown Hatch-[ " " P'ron ~' day, August 20 at 1:00 o clock It]me with his daughter and fam ] Mr. and Mrs. Autry Howell of | Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 [ery since coming here l~st year [ ~'" astern Standard Time All relat ily, Mr and Mrs Junior Grove Chestnut Hill were Wednesday A. M .Livestock Sales 1"30 P M from their home in Portland, Ore OPEN 9.0 5 0 U T E R N S T A T . .... .0 to 6:00 of the late John ,W. Boydareiflorry to learn of Mr, Longer-]evening guests with Mrs. Ethel eachMonday. ]g9n. Mrs. Kinchloe ,has been]_ Invited, fo attend and requested Ibeams illness. /Buzzard and sons Larry and Ar-| S te Demo, Calf Sale Septem. |qUite active in ,the Episcopal ]Opposite Old Race Track CHARLES TOWN [:OOPI:R to bring+their picnic basket lun- ]Had Birthday Party [nold. /ber 28 Annual Fall Feeder Sale Church and the Farm Women's i PHONE 620-JX .PBONE ' 443 RANSON, cA, ....... ..... | Pa.ula Evarhart celebrated her I Mrs. Leona Everhart and niece ]October 13. ]Club during their stay here and / ..... DiPeCt[ofis.t to Bet ryvffie t ke [fifteen'th birthday Wednesday ev Linda Cook were guests on Thurs / ' ]this popular young couple will |g. " rottte outh - toward ening with a parky gLven by her day with Mr. and Mrs. George Advertise In The Splrlt.Advoeate be greatly missed in the conunun