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....... ....... Mrs. Julia Viands Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry : spent Friday night and Saturday wRh their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and sons Terry amt Chuckle in Baltimore, Md. Miss Tana Dillow spent several days last week with her grand perents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dilk~, Sr. at Millville. Miss She- rri Wiles spent a couple of days FOR with her grand parents, Mr. and of the D. P. A. Office in Rornney Ting callers ~ith her grand ~n Mrs. tIarry Wiles Sr. and family and Moorefield, W. Va. 1Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smallwood a,t I~undoun tieights. Va. The four Woodward children, and family in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Ilall Thomson of Margaret, Ruth, Louise and Will- Mrs. Ronald Wiles and mother Murriel liill were Wednesday call tam of Bake~ton spent last week Mrs. Albert Viands were callers ers with Mr. and Mrs. Albert with their grand parents, Mr. and on Wednesday with the former's Viands and family at the Bloom- Mrs. Harry Ashby and grand son mother in law, Mrs. ttarry Wiles cry. Bobby. ]Jr. in Loudoun Heights, Va. Litf~e Daisy Gray daughter of Oakland M. E. Church heldI Mr. Leonard VanMeter of Mar Mr. a~]d Mrs. Levi Gray was a their picnic on Sunday at the tinsburg was a caller o~ Thursday very s~'ck baby a couple of days park in Charles Town. Although v~ith his step mother Mrs. Maude last week very glad to hear she it rained in the morning it clear- Smallwood. is imprpving, ed in the afternoon and there Sunday visitors with Mrs. Julia Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands was a good ,turn out. Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry and son Jackie of Romney are on Master Terry Hampton of Balti Shirley and children, Judy, Deb- their vacation with their mothers more is spending the week with hie, Harry Jr., Bobby, Donald Lee Mrs. Aria Jackson at Marlowe and his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rusty, and Miss Susan Athey all Mrs Julia Viands. Lester is head Garland Henry and also attended of Middleway, Miss Patsy Athey ' the Oakland picnic, was a caller on Tuesday night. YOUR Metal Doors - Metal Frames And Re-Enforcing Steel Products for Concrete CALL CHARLES 725o7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA. THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725.7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Mrs. Richard Viands and 1,ittle I will .sell the following personal property of the late Mrs. Betty Littleton, located on Polk St., Bolivar, W. Va., one block daughter are spending a few days at her mother's home, Mrs. Mar- garet Gayhart. While her mother is taking a little visit. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Tumblin have moved i~to the h0use at the Bloomery vacated by Mr. Alvil Plotner and family. Mrs. plotner received a letter this week from hr son, Kenneth who is in the Marines and still stationed at Paris Island North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rissler of Penn H, ill Pa., and son Charles of Franklin Va.~ spent Sunday afternoon with Mr .and Mrs. Lew- is Rissler and daughters. ,Mrs. Sadie Milton and family Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin of MiLlville, Mrs. Ray Marcaus and daughter Charyl and son Erric of Winchester, Mrs. Linda MaGaha and daughter Kar- en of Middleway all enjoyed the day on Thursday touring Harpers Ferry and they found the Wax Museum a great attraction. Jeanne and Linda, a t ndcd a, Mr. and Jamo Jenkins, SPIRIT JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE party at the park on Wednesday and daughter Karen were visitors THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 even.ing in honor of the fourth with relatives in Maryland. [ birthday of Jimmy, son of Mr. Mrs. Garrett Sick l fore she can return home corn- Mrs. George Talton. and Mrs. Martin Grimes of near Sorry to report that Mrs. Sa- Charles Town. l rah Garrett, who has been on the pletely recovered, i Mr. and Mrs. John D~ Stork Shower Mrs. James Zombro who has not Mrs. Inez Hawk, Mrs. Ge A stork shower was given on sicklist for quite a long time, is been feeling too good from a Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie not feeling so well a this report. Thursday evening by Mrs. Shirley I believe ff folks would take a lit- touch of arthritis is improving son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior McKee at the home of Mrs. Mar- tie time off and pay Mrs. Garrett and we are glad to hear the good Mr. and Mrs. Galen Wilt shall MeAboy in Italltown, in .. . , ..... a short ws~t she would feel much news. r a shower given for Mr. and nonor oi ~rs. ~ay MCADOy O1 h~t~.v I }'~| mnet ~n,vr, h~ Charles Town, attending the show. w~ou~" be'gl'ad'to "see~you.~'~lust'a Mrs. Clayton Talton and son William Jackson. Albert, of ttamilton, Va., were Attractive and useful giftsl er was Mr. and Mrs. Paul Court- few kind words is a wonderful dinner guests Sunday of the for- received and tasty ney ot rJa.rpers rerry, oars. ~ar- an~ a mpetit~in~ Ka fnr mv~lf ........... n ................ ' ............ "-- mer's son and family, Mr. and were served. aarawrrtt, mrs. nose wourt eyI m,, nan a line A-nt Sally ~ Mrs e Jan Litus, and Miss Suz-are'r~ia~"'L~i~ kin )'i'ou ""---1 "" " '~ s e e yt n go y . anneDdlow, a~l of Ranson, Mr ......... I Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Nathaniel ~r: ann nars. Tnurman ~aWK AlSO Mrs. Betty Hovermale and Gray and Mrs. David Penwell of and son motored to Maryland and chi,ldren of Leetown. HalRown and the honored guest, spent the weekend vcith the for- Mr~ Sadie Milton and grand Mrs, Kay McAboy of Charles mer's brother and family, Mr. and children Charyl and Erric Marcas Town Those sending gifts but Mrs. Carl Hawk and daughter, have been sick with the virus, didn't attend were, Mrs. Mary Linda. 104 E. Washington St. - Charles Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daugh- Osbourn, Mrs. Kenneth Boyd, Mr. and Mrm George Talton ters Jane and Susan attended the Mrs. Henry MeKee of Ranson, and family were visitors Wednes- Johnson Reunion which was held Mrs. Patsy KeRcan, and Miss day evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- en Sunday at the Memorial Park Jean Cour~ey of Charles Town, gar Everhart of Silver Grove. We i,n M~rtinsburg. Mesdames, Alton Muse, Lee Sipe hope Mr~ Everhart will soon be Mr .and Mrs. Irvin Hedges and Elmer Wright, Wayne McAboy, feeling better. nephew Gregory Viands of Kear-Frances Whittington, Bernard Miss 0heryl Longerbeam of neysville stopped by early Men- Ott, Donald WhRtington, Wallace C~arles Town has rturned to her day morning and ,had coffee with Ott, all of H~ltow~ Kay received home after several days visit with me, they were just returning a tot o~ race and useful gifts, her cousin, Miss Patricia Piper. from a weeks vacation at:Nags Mr~ McAboy assisted by Mrs. Miss Diane Lancaster, who has Head, N. C. and were going this Winerd Bowers, served cake, ice been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Estel afternoon to Annondale, Va. to cream, strawberries, nUts, mints, Wilt of Cl~arles Town, has re- visit Irvin's Mother. tea and coffee, turned to her home and says she Messrs Baker and sons of Bunk Mrs. N~thawiel Gray of Hall- really enjoyed this little vacation er Hil~l and Mr. and Mrs. Wfltiam town, Mrs. William Woodward of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and W0odward of Bakerton were Sun Bakerton and Mrs. Mary Wilt two daughters and their son, of day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. attended an Avon meeting at the Piper Town, and MrS. Edna Piper Harry Ashby. Shenandoah Hotel in Mavtinsburg were visitors Wednesday evening on F~iday morning, of Mrs. Georgia Piper. -=:--~ .... : ........... Mr. Lester Moler, visited his Mr. and Mrs. James Viands, Jr., si~ster, Mrs. Daisy Moler, at her and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne home near Charles Town on Sat- Viands and son were dinner DIAL 725-7321 's where the ---Distributor--- East of llarpers Ferry High School. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1966 BEGINNING 10:30 A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Frigidaire refrigerator; Admiral refrigerator; W. M. stove; Coal stove; Gas stove; Singer sewing machine; 2 Round walnut tables; Cherry drop leaf table; Old kitchen safe; Kitchen stool; Marble top wash stand; Old desk; Secretary; Player piano with 50 to 75 Rolls; Chest of drawers; 3 Wash stands; Several dress. ers; Wardrobe; Old trunks; Beds, Springs, Mattress; Rocking chairs; Buffet; Mantel clock; 2 Wash Bowl.Pitcher sets; Large picture of Robert E. Lee; Set of spurs; Old war belts; 2 750x14 Snow tires; Lot of Old dishes; Bed linen; Pots, Pans and other Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS-----CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Mrs. Edna M. O'Brien EDWARD (Ned) MORROW- Auctioneer It. E. MORELAND - Clerk Aug. 11-2~ To ~ttle the Estate of the late Dr. I. O. Ash -- I will sell at public outcry the following Household Goods, located on Church St., Shepherdstown, W. Va., on: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1966 STARTING AT 1:00 O'CIA)CK SHARP 2 Very old spool beds, complete; Chest of drawers; Dressers; 3.Piece bedroom suite; Chests; China cupboard; China and Glass ware; Sideboard; Corner cupboard; Photograph rack; Record cabinet; Edison phonograph and 125 records; OHver typewriter; Typewriter desk; Filing cabinet; 3 Card tables; Chest of drawers; Lots of books; Book case; 9 x 12 rug; Book- case and desk; Westinghouse electric range; Blackstone wash- ing machine; Radio cabinet; Floor and table lights; Fireplace screen; Tongs and Grate; Singer sewing machine; Hall mirror; Dre,~,ters; Bookcase; Toys; Mantel clock; Straight back and rocking chairs; Wing chair; Wicker couch and swing; Dressing table; Porch swing and chair; Radio, Pictures and Picture frames; Golf clubs; Tables; Truni~; Clothes hamper; Kitchen table and chairs; 2 Kitchen cabinets; Kitchen utensils; pots and pans; Stone jars; Step ladder; Garden tools; Garden sprayer pump; Other articles not mentioned. TERMS--CASH: On day of sale. MI~ER & THARPE - Auctioneers C. W. MOORE - Clerk I IIII I ROBERT I. ASH EXECUTOR Aug. 18-1t- As Executor of the late Hazel L. $aeobs' Estate, we will sell Antique and Modern Furniture, located on No. 610 Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, W. Vs. on: SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1966 SALE BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK Walnut double bed, complete; 2 Large walnut veneered ward- robes; Walnut sideboard; Marble top wash stand; Walnut marble top dresser; Large oak bed,complete; Oak dressers; Oak extension table and 6 chairs; Old sideboard, de~k and book case, combined; Oak china cupboard; Mantel clock; LI- brary table; Platform rocker; Swivel rocker; Straight back and rocking chairs; Book case and books; Oak chest of drawers; Several small chests; Magazine rack; Floor lights; Picture frames; Bed stands; Scatter rugs; Trunks; Suit cases; Towel rack; Frigidaire electric stove, like new; Large Frigidalro refrigerator; Electro-Lux vacuum cleaner; A. B. C. washing nmehlne, A.1 shape; Burroughs adding machine; National Cash register; Filing cabinet; Store account safe; Power lawn mower; 2 Kitchen cabinets; Kitchen tables; Kitchen utensils, pots and pans, skillets; Metal cabinets; Garbage can; Stool; Kitchen scales; Bread racks; Stone Jars;,12 ft. Meat ease and eompreas0r; Dayton store scales; Meat saw and large knives; Water hose; new Wash tubs; Mall box; Porch chairs; 011 heaters; Wooden doors; Step ladder; Tables; Fertilizer and lhne; Some paint; Super Vals~ar varnish; Some lumber; 2 Barrels; Tree trimmers. Lots of Other Articles Not Mentioned. TERMS--CASH: On Day Of Sale. BANK Of CHARLES TOWN, Executor Of MRS, HAZEL L. JACOBS ESTATE MILLER--THARPE- AUctioneers Aug. 18-2t- Mrs. Lewis Rissler and daugh- urday morning, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. ters were c~llers on Friday at Mr.Mrs. Bernard Ott Mrs. David Penwe~l and Mrs. John Hawk. and Mrs. John Groves at Wheat- ~ ended a Bee Line fashion show home from Gharleston, W. Vs., land. Na~haniel Gray of HMltown att- Mr. John Love has returned Mrs. Josephine Johnston and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and child which was held at the home of v~here he paid a visit to his wife daughter Bonnie and Mrs. Julia ren, Terry and Timothy, of Ran- Mrs. Eddie Moler, of Charles who is a patient in the hosptai Viands spent Wednesday after- son spent Monday morning with Town Saturday evendng, there. Mrs. Love is recovering noon with the former's mother her pare~, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mr. Harry Thomas of Spencer nicely from an eye operation. We 'hope it w~ll not be long be- Mrs. Milton Popkins in Oft. N.C. spent the weekend wi,th Mr. Kable"I' Mrs. Minnie Oft, Mrs. Henry and Mrs, FAmer Wright of near town. Priwte Lester G, Viands of McKee and children of Ranson, Ha~Itown and supper guests of Fort Enstis, Va. spent Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Mr. night and Sunday with his grand of Charles Town were supper Thomas on Saturday evening mother, Mrs. Julia Viands and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall were Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. his perer~ts, Mr. and Mrs. Lester McAboy and son Marshall, Jr. Nathaniel Gray and Mr. Lester Viands who are visiting here, Mr. Monday evening. Moler all of Halltown. Lester Viands accompanied Mr. Mrs. Louis R. Becker, of Cha- l~ss Sharon Ott, and brother Walter Robinson of Charles Town rles Town, spent Monday after- Larry, spent Saturday and Sunday to WaShington, D. C. Bus station noon in I~lltown, and was a sup- w~th their grandparents, Mr. and to pick up Butch Robinson who is per guest of her brother and sis- Mrs. ~His Williams, Sr. of Ranson having a fifteen day furlough terdn-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mr. Lester Moler along with from Fort Eustis with his parents Ott. Mrs. Natlmn'iel Gray and Mrs. in Charles Town. t Mrs. Na~haniel Gray, was a sup- Winerd Bowers spent Sunday Mrs. Maude Smallwood and per guest of her daughter-in-law, afternoon with his brother in law son Marvin were Wednesday even and family of Shepherdstown, on and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roger ~ HH Monday evening.' M, ilbourn of Charles Town. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs, Wall ace Ott and family on Monday ever~ing were, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis R. Williams, Sr. of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. EHis Williams, Jr. and daughter, Kelly of Stiles Trailer Park, Charles Town. Mrs. GeOrgia Pearl Mrs. Marshall McAboy and son Marshall, Jr. of Ha,lltown and Wonderful .Rain. Mrs. Henry McKee and children Well, we were blessed wRh a Kay and Henry of Ranson, visited most beneficial rain a few days Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy a,ndl ago. I feel it has been quite a son, Jeffrey of Dargon, Md. on great help to some of the later LET OUR. "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING OLD DOMINION & 131 W, Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-28U COMFORT 725-7510 FOa AUTOIdATIO D|LIYIIRIE8 INF KABLE OIL CO., INC. DISTRIBUTOR I Ill I I I II II Ill Ill With insurance, an essential quality is dependability. Aa your local independent agent, we'd be privileged to serve your needs for Homeowner~, business, auto, lie and h~lth insurance PHONE 725-2211 COLOR Black & White Monday even, ing. gardens. We ha~,e had-it very '* : ' : : * Church Women Meet dry here and the gardens were SALES -SERVICE The women of the HalRown just drying up." Presbyterian Church, met at the Mrs. Rachel Grove and dough. ANTI~NNAS INSTALLED home of Mrs. Wflli~tm Blackford ters were visit0rsThu~day of the : ~ ' ' ' on Monday evening at 7:30 with former':s bro~heraand family, Mr. ' ' " ..... .... ten members present In the ab- and Mr~ Thurman Hawk and also' - : : :~ :- sence of the president Mrs, Rob- Mrs. Nettle S~aul>w and :Mr. New- bert Sherman, Mrs. Alec Costello tonHawk,~ .... " . ..... had charge of the council board Mrs. Ge0rge:TMtph:and dattgh-P~mges'- Ref ":---t0rsngera meeting, she lead the devotions, ters were~ dinner:guests'Monday reading from the Ephesians,-l: ~ Mrs: Clayton: TMton and son ~:~Cdi~iti0nei's'Washers 3-10 and had the prayer. Mrs. Albe~t of.Hamfl,ton; Va;: ~ . Costello told the .group about her . ':* i, :i .:' ": ' '*'" ~' ' " " visit to Montreat, and about read ing the history on the Ha:lltown Church, she said that Mrs. Will- Hoak, was to be commended for such splendid work on the churChes history. The meeting v~as then turned over to the co- chairmen, in the absence of the chairmen, Mrs. James Watson. Mrs. Raymond Parks, Secretary read the minutes of the last meet ing and had roll call. Mrs. Winerd Bowers had the Offeratory prayer 1~iss Sharon Ctlevenger, co-cha~r- man, was modera~or for the les- son, with the group reading the praper of preparation. The Emp- hasis, no assembly wide Emph- hasis, Bible study, A Democratic A- FIN,I SELECTION OF SEALY BEDDING -- II i~ m We have new colors...new pumps...new service and new CITG0 Premium- the gasolene certified by NASCAR to keep carburetors clean. So for extra power ...extra mileage use CITG0 Premium Gasolene! TV's EO McMAHON Moler's CITGO Station E. Washington St., Ext. Charles Town, W. Va. Slusher's CITGO Service N. Mildred Street Ranson, West Virginia DISCOVER AMERICA BEST BY CAR Inwood CITGO U. S. Route No. 11 Inwood, West Va. Baker Heights CITGO R. F. D. No. 1 Kearneysville, W. Va. Leon's CITGO Duke Street Shepherdstown, W. Church, Miss Clevenger closed by reading a poem. 'Durlng the social hour, delicious refreshments of ptmch, cookies, potato chips with dip, nuts and mints, were served by the hostess, Mrs. W~lllam Blackford. The next meeting will be :held September 12, at the home of Mrs. Charles Symons, atI the l~lk Br~.nch Manse. Mrs. Sy- mons wil~ a tso be moderator for the lesson. Mi~ Jennifer Gray, spent from Wednesday til Sunday in Oharles Town, with her nieces and nephe- ws, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges, Ricky and Sonny Dinges and Marila, Vivia.n and Joey Ranalli of M~Hvflle,. while their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Ddnges, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranal'li, were vacationing in Arian No other monument can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Belonging to Miss Margaret Jaskson Saturday, August 20, 1966 - 10:00 A. M. 602 S. GEORGE ST.- CHARLES TOWN, W. Vh. Walnut drop leaf coffee table; walnut bed, complete; stands; walnut chest of drawers; large mahogany mahogany table; several old chairs; marble top chest; oval stand; large room screen; 2 very old mantel clocks; chest; sideboard and china cupboard to match; 10 dining chairs; cherry table; mahogany console table; 2 old canes; mahogany filing cabinet; ~ - 4 poster bed; 3 fur like new - 1 lUtrakul, 1 seal skin and 1 persian lamb; back and rocking chairs; morris chair; reed chair; and American rugs; over-stuffed sofa and chair; love some old pictures and picture frames; several beautiful rors; drapes and upholstering; a lot of material to cover Yep, that's a hearing aid .--niture and make slip covers from, also drapes; boo kcase anait can help millions of per- sons. It's the SONETe, the book shelves; books! andirons, fender and fireplace tools; City. smallest aid ever made by pie- cox and Gibbs sewing machine; electrical appliances - Mrs. Bernard Ott spen c Wednes Monument Sonotone. It's so light cleaner, floor and tahle lights, clocks, mixer, 2 toasters, and tiny that it's worn entirely.iron, Iron; I. H. C. refrigerator, large size; Westinghouse day in Charles Town with her in the ear --- there's nothing good condition; coffee makers; 2 card tables; clothes grand sons, Jeffrey, Scott, and available only from outside the car. You just slip 2 R. C. A. Victor televisions; 3 radios; dressing table and Timothy, ar~ Jimmy Walker while ~heir mo~hers, Mrs. Ken- your R k of Ages the SONET in your ear and electric heater and fan; several old trunks; ironing be neth Anders, and daughter Terry y ingenious, focused hearing di- kitchen cabinets; large china cabinet; kitchen table and and Mrs. Garland Walker and Authorized Dealer. rects sounds to the eardrum, brass and glass candle sticks; magazine rack; plastic ( daughter, Nancy of near Charles bags; some table and bed linen; large collection of china Town shopped in Frederick, Md. S O N O T O N E bric.a-brac; kitchen utensils; garbage can; garden tools; Mrs. Wixmrd Bowers, arong with Hart]~ Of Hagerstown paint; ax; Step ladder; power lawn mower; yard cart and Mr. ~nd Mrs. Andrew Bean, of articles not listed~ Fairi~ax, Va. 'and Mr. and Mrs, 6ranite Wod~ Carl Clark of Clearbrook, Ya. ROY P~ FURR, Manager Spent Wednesday in Manchester, 109 West John St. 733 South Potomac Street Bank of Charles Town, Pa. with their aunt and uncle Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mlddleton. Martinsburg, W. Va. , For Miss Margaret G. Jackson Mrs. N umiel Gray, Marflia, Phone Hagerstowl MILLER THARPE- Auctioneers Vivian, and Joey Ranalli of Mill- Telephone - 267-6141 REgent 3-3242 Or " ville a~d Ricky and Se~ny Dinges FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner Charles Town 725-5391 MOORE- Clerk Aug. of Oh~rles Mrs. David Pen , . ~ ..... , .......................... well and Terry Judy, ......