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JO SHOP ROSEN'S For A Complete Selection of Back.To-School.Wear At Budget Prices -- Plus F-R-E.[ PENCILS Or Book Covers With YOUR PU HASES! ,=o [ totaled $500. Maryland. I -- -- I Oharles Adams were guests at theSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Iq ] No charges were placed by Mrs. Reba Wilt and daughter,I I~ll~l~kl [Kackley home, and were accom-! , _S [ Trooper Arthur, the investigating Helen of Ranson, Mrs. Lee Potts[ ~lr~Ol|N Ipanied home by their two chil- t THURSDAY, AUGU T 25, 1966 B---3 N [officer. and children, Lance, Gall, Karen[ =v= I [dren, Martha and Chuck|e, and] [| [ At 6:45 p m August 9 $900 and Jeanie of Hillsboro, Va. Mr. [ Mrs. Austin Nieodemus I also Mildred Kackley to spend a ! |~,,m|F,n~ DAub DJ~JmJmmnn I James P. (Jimmy) Morison, Post I damage resulted from"a two-car and Mrs. Oliver Danner and! -- ~[week's vacation with her cousins. I.t~ylVll IIV31 /llllillillyI finance officer. " A ........... ". ........... I collision on U. S Route 340 ju~ children, Janet, Jackie and Dan-l~~w[ Mr. and Mrs. Charles AdamsI- -- . -- .. , -- I Morison said tickets wilt be r n available at $4 plus bus cost, the .totat el Hve.~r~Isc accl~ents earn.ages oc curreu In .a two-cari east of here " ' ny of Hamilton, Va., Mr. and Mrs.' ~.r. an(l Mrs: Louis Broy, Jr., land Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha, [~U~ T[|D TO ~ Y~ d, [ . : ~ . .L( la occurrect m t~naries Town comsmn wltn cars oemg amven [ 7:h~,.~.. ~.,.~; T ..... ~ ~., Luther Lanham and family Ed- ann zamily oi virginia tseacn I and son Rickv Frederick, Md, " " I latter amount not yet known. This J.effer~n County during the by Walter B. Butcher, 39_ of loulled out of a service station die, Mack and Rzehard, Mr and Were col.led home last weekend ] spent the weekend m Denton, Md. ~ U/~a,# Vlm,~|~|~ ~,n,|ri ~a ] trip is primarily for members of ,a,~t ot rri(my August a anti Route 1 Kearneysville ann tray-1 ]n*, ~h,~ n~*h ,f ~ ~.v dri~an hv Mrs Howard Lanham and" son, by the death of his grandmother, I Mr and Mrs Newton M Ma- [ w~l II1~1111~ ~IIIIU ~11OII1~ [ the Legion Post and all intere.gted lelday August 9 caused a total mend B. Cramer, Jr., of Route ~l'ar~are*'-'~"-Ga--eh~ "'14"~'~'~ David, Mr. Bill Lanham, all of Mrs. Elias W. Prey, 69, of Berry-lgaha'and family moved from Wal- , [shoukt sign up at the Legion $2,500 in personal property 1, Summit Point, being involved, lFer~v ................ Martinsburg, Mr. Jonas Lanham ville, Va. She died Saturday in lker.~.ille' Md., to Denton, Md., to['lacksn::." Perks. ~ Post No. ~1, Cha~ilome. ~ If sufficient" numoers- or" ......rnage, but fortunately, there Investigation of the accident is l Tne~"'" ivLarymna'" " ' (~rtver" was ar-, of Round Hill, Va, .... Mr and Mrs ~he ..... DeJarnette Hospital. Funeral[accept a job with the Govern- ~trles' zo~'a amemcan. L,egmn. ~SlLegmn. " Members do not mgn for re no personal mjurms One continuing ........... Georee Helman Randall~own- servmes for Mrs. Prey were heldlment in the Denartment of Aeri- planning sponsorship of a t)usl the trip, however, then the tickets reste(x mr xa~mre to ymm ~ne o ' "' ' o M n ~- o the accident occurred Aug. 5 Dust from a road sweeper was ri,,h* - wnv h~, .~*n,,, 'Pr,~,r,,. Md., Mr. and Mrs. Dale thggs and n onday from the John H. E - [ culture. Mr. and Mrs. Charles trip to the M-.~'!-and-West Vir- ! will be made available to the tee Tuesday Aug. 9., and one blamed for a two-ear crash on I Ton'v"D'ivi'~ ....... ....... .son of Ranson, Mrs. Nettle B. ders .Funeral Home by the Rev. [ Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ginia football game to be. played[ general public. Seats at the game Charles Town Wednesday State Route 9, three miles north [ S~ate Secondary 31 lust south I Yost and Mrs. Dora Steiner of Marvin C. ~OOK ,pastor ot 0uncan I Maga.ha were guests of Mr. and Saturday, Oct. 15, at Cotlege Park ] will be on the West Virginia side )rning. of Ranson at 9:45 a. m. August 9. ] of Shenherdstown was~the ~ene [ Hancock, Md., Mrs. Martha Mason,, Memorial Metl~odist C h urea.withI Mrs. Newton Magaha during their Md., it has been announced by of the field. , 1 Robert ~" Falhng Waters, Mrs Juha Steminterment m breen tam t;eme stay m Denton he August 5, accident occurred l State Poice said that I of a sideswipe collision when a[ ' .... 1- : ..." . "1' " "" ..... [ I I"''''eranacnilaren'l~Ouney'naicnaeltez~J'Arthurl ~J, J VACATION NOTICE ] out 7'05. Frzday about 81.~ miles Wdham Current., Relsterstown, car drzven by Ann Leight Kotz, .... . H I Mr. and Mrs... Woodrow. Adams of Charles Ton on Second-IMd,, was passing another car Wardensville, came *around a and Pat ck of_ agerstown, M..,I Mr. and Mrs. E lwood Breeden [and three children, Debble, Fran- ~' Route 1/12 near the inter-[ when the dust obscured his vis- curve and struck an oncoming _J_~mmy ttuppemnaI o: tiancocK,I an_d~wo cmmren,'l~rry Lynn ann i kie and David returned from a ~Ction of the Leetown-Kearneys-lion and he crashed into the l vehicle operated by James Ed.[ M(1. . ....... [ElWooa, Jr., were ~unaay g.uestSltwo_weeks, vacation in Michigan hll ee er bern o ra b Ed An en~oyame time was natt t)y at the home oz ~rs t, eorge t~ree and W sconsm e ROad. Isw p " g pe ted y "[gar Day, Shepherdst0wn. ] .. [ _ . - . 7] "~ *' D ur a~t present den ~r, ann son, t~eorge or, ot Charles Town State Trooper ward W. on|van, Martinsb g" I The mishap which caused $4001 " [.. , _ ~ . _" I Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Palmer I dama ttanson, ann on returning nome IT Arthur said about $300 in Damages to the ,two machines ge, occurred at 4:20 p. m,[ ,~ ~ , I, ......... [had as guest for a few days their ' Tuesda Mr. ana i~lrs, l~:lwooa ~reeaen y. *arcll ins A in son, Corp. Joseph Palmer, and State Trooper G.F. twere Sunday mght guess at thettwo friends, Corp Terry Rolin 'OUR OFFICE And SHOP | home ot ~ar ano ~rs ~ee who investigated, charged the[ P e,.. ~ [ .... . _ " [and Sgt. Bill Lindsey of Camp ar Breetlen o!~narles TOWn i Pi-- Ill lie A_ ___11 ..... ~__ W densville driver with failure[r0~ rares :~emce i iLe Jeune, N C. All three boys WILL BE CLOSED t0~e Heel L~emeterVvgi-~ tONokeePchargesright OfwereCenterplaced. in an,I . [ Mr. and Mrs Howard Puckett [ are in the~ 1~arines. Core. Terry_ I ~s~'~#tn ~'~f 11t,', Vls:~tt, I and family have as the~ huoselRolin and Sgt. Bill Linsley just v -- accident Wednesday at 1:30 on|dlulavn vi uai~ tt~i, Utl |gUest this week the la,tters grand-[returned from 18 months in Ca- ~th Tfl i:DTl:k41 l::D L|iijvli l=il Sth In #'XlHFA~I:~T.I~ qffJ~lt~t~lT~Id" W VA Washington street when atractor| ........................ ,mother, Mrs. Homer Wood. ]bia and Corp Joseph Palmer on AUGUST..,,,. ,~j**z-x**.,-,L~,., xv ,, -,9 * * trailer h~,~t~o,~ in~., ..~ o,,,. / rlarota n. x~naer, wommunLty/ M, iss Judy Breede- was a ~uestl,-,~*,,.nln,. wi'li ~-~nn-e~ fm~. d,,txr in ~..-~.a~u *...~u ~.t a~u. " "~"~lql Company [u'l[leS'~'" bervlce)," . . ! s .. * ~ ~.ttax...b ..... -.-ev... -~.- ~...y ... ~T~171~'!'~O I~W~'II~ OAT ~ The trailer loaded with sheep, ] .~ le ~ "'; .... at the home of her sister and I Cubia for ~ive months on the 29th I 131~ JP~P.~'I~iD ~PLrl't, ~z~xx~tu was owned by B C Umber-,~-/~nar s "town, w. va., ann t;nmr- brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Da-lnf ,nu~,ust FOR OUR ANNUAL VACATIONS Inc. of Wythev~lle, Va., and oper-/r~o,,~o,., ,,.^ ~ar^~, ar,..:-~. ~,^ v d Housden of Shenandoah] nd Mrs Tonv Ceravalo I - ,.. . . . Mr. a . ~ted by Emery Wayne Tlbbs. The|,..~, Junctmn, on Sunday. ss Louise [ana family ha their uests- Oi N . ~--~ ~-~ m~m~m Ximmamx ar Tap d,-~,,,~,~ h,, ~-~,~,,,~+~ ~...n ~t-~,,~:,,,,, .-,~,,~,,,~,u,, a,,,vu,,;~ Breeden and Mr Jean Summerst- " .. d. . o : ; ............................. : ............. zu,, that man" service station dealers . .; .... l~urmay, mr. anct ~rs. James llar- WE BE O FOR BUSINESS /11/_~ man iiffavr .%111".% Ran~on. I,.... ,, ~..v....+ ..... :: ........... were guests at me home o, mr./relt and wo sons, Jimmy and IV HIIH MIll lit VIIIV /,ltVlll OAtI ~:7 ~:ItL.C~'II qOOUllt, ll3~ III LIII~ , " m-v and ~Mrs Dawd Housden also on Lt. Ralph Whitmore estimated[,~i...%t ~av,~ ent-,.~ .~....nan ~ [ Raymond of Charles Town, Cor- - _ , ~ ~,ta . ,~ ~*~u ~.u,~ .to,.,.,.,. Sunua'" " " oamages at $300. I "Service Stationof tho Year" o ..~ y. . .... | porgls Joseph Palmer and Terry - -- ........ R " - #'~-- ~....+~I.,l,,~4-.,llma,4" Dip, ~ l contest I m .tuna an~ unuc~m A(lams|Rolm and Sgt. B}~I Lmsley of UIL Illiqfllltlil$ llll~lbCIblllli~lll~ ll(< ~ OAnm|~n. U~|~I [ g,isn~r ~*i,~ that ~v~v 9.9_~ 1~,~1. spent last weeg as guest of ,tne~r/Camp Le Jeune, N. C. ~111 III~UUlVII IllglU I "-. ...... 2:-- --;- .'::-- aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs / I ers zrom every sec~zon oz west ohn fur c ' "' i v J Kackley and fo hfldren, . .. ~. __ . Vnrg nia ha e become contestants Jay (:~aarlotte Mildred and Pe~,-[ RI~ ~d~_ ==- AI~i~ he re ram s ., , ' ~, _., ,,.... .1._........ AUGUST ! 4 Lnesmut in t p g , ponsored by the ~ of Ber~il.leVa and ,m Sun-| T 280 00 Pa ble 27 00 Down Assoe tmn, and that they have FOUR GRAVES LO .-- $ . ya $ " ' ........ officia" banners di la d "n "- ' day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. READ The CLASSIFIEDS t sp ye z mmr Pal. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $23.00, Per Month Hill Schoolyard service station windows for ident- SINGLE GRAVE LOT -- $75.00 Payable $9.00 Down, Ba]. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month NO BURIAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. ALL PAYMENTS MUST, BE COMPLETED WITHIN ONE YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL AT SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE EAST CONGRESS STREET, Charles Town, W. Va. The family of the late George W. Wilt and Rosie Wilt held their annual family reunion Sun- day, August 14, in the Chestnut ~ill schoolyard. Those present to enj~)y the fes- tivities of the day were: Mrs. Rosie Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd W~t and son Thomas, Mr..and ~ H~rd Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. ~/acl~son, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Wilt and two sons, Chris and David, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunn and two daughters, Kathy and Tee, Sandra To,tort, Denny Tel: FOR COMPLETE DETAILS ON ton, Mr. Charles Wilt and two sons, M:ike and Duane, Miss De: lores Jenkins and children; Brdr~ de, Curtis and Rho.nda,.Mr. and Mrs. J0hn Danner arld family, Lynn, Terry and Candy, Mr. Newt Hawk, all from Rt. 2, Harpers SCHEWEI~ Great Annual Value Event ification. According to Kisner, the state- wide search for the cleanest, neatest, and most attractive ser- vice stations serving the motor- ing public in West Virginia started officially June 1 and will continue to October I, 1966. Kisner pointed out that the purpose of the con,test is to make every oitizen and visitor of the state aware of ,the: friendliness and fine service made available by the more than 3,000 independ- ent ~erviee statt0n .o~L~rators w.lio r epreseht the oil Industry in West Virginia. Ten of the top de,alers~ in the s~tate will:receive awards this year, con~ing of a on~-weck vacatioa'~ln Flor.ida~f0r. the dealei" and ,his wife. In addition to the vacation t~ip, .each wihner will Ferry. receive a sCroll'emblematic ,of, his Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. Kiggs and acliievemeilat, ,whibh' Will be pre- son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Donald at the Depfer and children, Mar|ca and 290a AnnUal Oil Com/ention in Carky, Mr. and Mfrs. Merle Col, (3harleston at the D~nie|, Boolie tins and daughter, Sheri,'Mr. and H~tel ,~n: October 20, 1966. Mrs. Glenn Higgs, all of Mt. Ai~, ~ Leon CarroT, Leone s Cities seia;ice, Shep'heixlstbwn, WOn the ,~o~m~)~~~ - : --~ horior from the Shepherdstown area ,last year. ON LAMPS TABLES MATTRESSES STOVES AND NOW Is The TIME To SAVE! SPECIAL! MAN - SIZE REC2XNER It compares feature-for-featu~ with other recliners that sell for $99.95. It has the same foam luxury padding,Same comfort-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 TI ON Maple Walnut Mahogany APPLIANCI!]S LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, NURSERY and GUEST ROOM FURNITURE This is YOUR LAST CHANCE to SAVE SALES TAX The Virginia and Winchester Sales Taxes (totalling 3%) go into effect on September 1. Buy your furniture NOW at SCHEWELS at SPECIAL LOW PRICES and SAVE THE TAX, TOO! Free Delivery! FURNITURE Easy Terms! COo 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCHESTER, VA. Open Fridays 'Til 9 P. M. Edward Crouch Retired gin r, neceives H to us citation Edward P. Crouch, of Charles. ton, S..C., husband of the former Charlotte Fairbarn, "a former res. |dent of Charles Town, who has served for more than 28 years with the Departmen of the Army and the National Parks Service, was presented a meritorious ser- vice award Wednesday, Aug. 3, from the Secretary of the Inter- ior Stewart L. Udal,l. CrOuch, who retired recenly to John's Island, was presented the silver medal, citation and cer. tificate by Paul C. Swartz, super- itt~ndent of Fort Sumter Fort Mottltrie National Monument. Secretary Udall stated in the oRatto~t that Crouch's "loyalty to the service, excellence in perfor- mance and adherence to the high est ethics of hts profession had earned him the respect and ad- miration of all his colleagues. Crouch left Charleston in 1927 to enter the engineering profess. ion. He entered the Army in 1935 and was assigned to the Civilian Conservation Corps program. He returned to Army service ~n Wo~ld War II and Che Korean conflict. He began his Parks Service car eer ~n 1949 as a highway main- tenance engineer. Shortly a~ter his Korean War duties, Crouch became Chief of Operational Plans and Require- ment of the Service's Northeast region, then Chief of the Branch of Area Services. His sprawting territory stretch- ed from ~the Mississippi to the Alantic, and north of Virginia. He played a major role in the operation and ma,~tenance o$ a complex of Park Service facilities serving more than 14 million visit ors each year. :AND ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW OFFICES ---AND D SPLAY ROOMS--- .... IN THE NEW .... ON EAST WASHINGTON STREET i Our Old Offices In Ranson Will Be Converted Into A Warehouse And Our Plant There Will Be In Operation Six Days A Week To Service Our Many Customers I We Hope To Be Better Able Than Ever To Se~Te You At Our New Headquarte~ And Invite You To Visit Us WheneverYou Can. JAMES M. DAVIS, Mgr. Read The Spirit-Advocate