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' ' '" = " remain until Friday afternoon [Mrs. Neff Douglas and their in- llies Kisner, Carolyn Fiery, Trudy I other truck being driven by Rob I SPIRI# ()F JEFF~N i~A~l~l~s ADVOCATE B !and then taken to ~ Episw]~ fant son Mike of Stlllwater, Okla J Anders all of Charles Town and ert Rogers and the first truck THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1ai ~--~ I I I"l d i:l I Churcn for serv,c,~ ......... ~the daughter and son-in-law Of [Artie and Kenny Lahbrook of tmanaged to mist the Cow, but l , .... , ,.v-- r., [] [] all 'J " the Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector Mr. and Mrs. Alfriend, Mr. and [Arlington, Va. Ithe one being driven by Aikens ~ t officiating. Burial will be in Zion [ Mrs. James A. Bryan with their I Games ...... 1.~,,~a ,~,,,q,, ~h,~ ~ could not miss the cow i Mrs. Betty Payne, Mr. ahd Mrs. I first class in Gehnany where he ........ l Churchyard, Charles Town. three children, James Jr., Anne I at'ternoon--an~l ~'ice"cream-Gcake / -------------- George Cox and Mrs. Gerri Rice, Its a member of the 51st Infantry. MABEL HENKLE f Funeral services were heldI ~ land Betsy of Media, Pa. and the land lemonade were servecl' Sher I I:&gJ, f,,,;. II,,;--L& I Mrs. Marian OwenS, Mrs, AnnI A supply clerk in the infantry's ~ah~l ~1... n~.~.~. ]Wednesday at 2:30 p m from the [RAINBOW GIRLS TO HOLD [three Small daughters of the Rev Jr- Lee rec~,,ed ,~o.~,, -~'~ ~.a l l.llllC P.G|gll UUIILIII| I Tabb and Mr, Wilbur JaCkson [Headquarters Company in Man- ~ ~ ~. o_, ............. I wn T. Strider Colomal Funer I RECORD HOP PARK SEPT 4 [ and Mrs John D Alfriend, Emily ] usef,,~ -~*o --*~~ .......l : I were also present i helm, Vmnds entered the Army r,u, ..... m~a ~ .... ~,, ~.~ [ al Home, the Rev. Dr. Rmhard [ . . . ~ I Peggy and Lucy Alfriend of Boyd ] frie-as ] ~av~n P~u ~n ~ ] [m October 1960, completed bamc .................... ~ "'I Scholl astor of theCharles] A recora hOp will be held Sep-[ "[ -" [ ~nv~nn munn run ,,= Were ] " [ . , P ton, Va. One of the mterestmg ~ $ " trammg at Fort Bennmg, Ga and Hospitalhere aftera . - tember 4 a " : " ness [Town Methodist Church, off|rot I~ ., L~bor Day at thee ten-I features of the reunmn was that ]RANSON CIVIC CLUB TO ~, .....,., {St0~k [arr,ved overseas last April. in Burial will be in Ed e Hill ms court ot me Jefferson county r ' " " Ltive of Jefferson county, g" . g . . M s. Owen of Rale,gh and Mrs. ~eYen~n ~ir[r~ The 18-year old sold|r, son of ......... ]Cemeterv in Charles Town [Memorml Park from 7.30 to 10.00[r)~.~l~ ,~ ~,i~lw~t~r ~,~....o ,,~[HAVE RUMMAGE SALE t Y [/*--.ilu,~&,~J ~ P~.-- [ , s born on .~pru ~, logo, aj - " ]by the Rainbow Girls The Rhy-lZZ2"~:::-~--~:Z'"2.~:'~-~'~--~-~[ ------- [ _.~ .... ........ |l~Wl~lil~ll~l ~1 ~lllllx [Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Vianas ~ " uv~ ~eeu ~acu ut.erxuxmoxu - - ~lttle ~aren uprlgn~ celet)ra~- . .r of the late Thomas L, [ ~sn. n[[,~ . ........ I thm Kings will furnish the |us- I ....... [ The Ranson Civic Club w~l hold [ _ . .: ......... . ~ | : ]Harpers Ferry, attended Harpers , )zabeth Martz Mar[owe... ] "--'~'~..".~%"=" v~,.~=v~ . l ic. Cokes and homemade candy lman m~r~y years [a rummage sale Sept 14, 15, 16/e~ her/ton o~o~r~naa.y w~n a^par~y [|Pll~7 Fl~ [:U~l [Ferry High School and was era- was a memoer o~ me metl~ [_)v~rs. ~le L..~am.eron t~oute i {Will be sold. Dance contest will{-- ~ ~ [next to the theatre lobby in Ran/en.s~~ .~'~ ~'~ "~ .v:.p?~|.~,,..~ H,,,~ ~m m~ [ployed. by Doubleday, inc,,, in ~hurch:,....~ .... ~.*^.. ,,.~ [~harles~wn a~do~n,the Charles I be staged. I|W0 rsc~p~s rr0m [son and a. mdewalk bake sale.on [U;t;igh~ o~n~ef::cet~Xc~:S?~ml Soil Conservation Service teeh [Berr~llle, Va. before entermg :---,s --~ a ,~-s,,~-, ~,--~. i---,, ~-,.---, ,,-ov,~a,, ,,a,,~u,, ~ ] Ime loTn, IT was announcea wea~ J..,_.._ ,, -- - -- Ime ,~rmy. [~ove of Halltown; one grand [August 30 at 6:30 P.M. I Advertise In The Spirit-Advocate I., . ~ [ nesday. } town. In|runs ~eorge^~o~e ana^~eor~ [ - J.~U~tJ lt~V~ ,t~llLl.y a~lU UriC. ~UUt lter Mrs. Norman Bartlett, { She is survived by her present [ ~ ] lrglflla Frls0n Lamp I ~ I Games were played and pmzes | assisted in the constructio f I A.,~&~$ y~ {|.... [,mJ~u ~ester, Conn; one great [husband Clyde M. Dsmeron. Her [ USE THE CLASSIFIEDS [ [ P .... D.I..--[-- Y. [ given followed by refreshments. { .t.ot.... ..... a.... ~.~ ~. [ ~Ua[ltgl I V Jlny lanio][ child; and two brothers-[first husband was 3ames Albert I D...L,..& ..... V~..&l, [~.,m~^~^~ I~ D,....,... ]~,QW D~NII~I|I~ |U )Karen had three b~rthday cakes l ........... I le S. Marlowe, Federal .Hill/Elsea. Born in Clarke County, i l-lC U]lCllml /UUlll ]JUIIUIlU~I I|| IIOII~U|| i [baked by Mrs. Nellie Sisk. Deb-l~n,m',,~es~r L" ~,emz ana Ken. [~ ~e~u ~,m~ ~..~ ira T. Marlowe, of the coun/Va., daughter of the late Albin l, _ I ...... I I,,vvu Whlta I[lll,,d [bie Sisk and her mother Mrs. I netn T. rrztts, i~m bl~aq~:||||~ll~ 1diStil hilum t, ml ~:mpty stomachs ana empty ,e~mm .mmmm~ nmmm u Nanc Jo U ri ht Kool aid ice| The ponds for Steward Crim[ and Ehzabeth Shull Lloyd, she ]s J y p g . - , . . . ~tc- will ~,~ ho, a ~'via .... * [survived bv her husband Clyde [To See Pmctures Of [pockets proved the downfall of I ~ I creame cones otato chi and Kenneth T Forts were treat . The Rev. Wflham P. Reed pus ............. ' "~ ~ ~ w " ' p ps andJ . . . I 11. at the Melvin T. Strider t i. and ten children by her first [ ~ .m , p . ]t o dirty, and ragged escapees [ When ~[m[~[ ~v (~ar [ birthday cake were served. .ed w~th Poly-Phosphate to assist tor of Calvary. Assembly of God ~rO1Tl vlrglula k'rlSOl~ t;amp -'" - Jr --- a In seahn the cla soft locatea on e mr)ax t~oulevara on ~y Colonial Funeral Home/marriage. Mrs. Clarence Singhas, [ oum America. ,'urone i ...... [ ........ [ K ren received many nice and| " g . Y '- [ , . .. , -- "r z~, mcateu near ~aymarket, Va The materLal ~s used to break Fifth Avenue m ttanson, announ With the Rev. Dr. Richard ~Charles Town; Mrs. Margaret Tin I i ............. t A three year old cow belonging {useful presents including a sum [ ..... " . . . ] : .~ . .......... ~amraay night Tney naan ~ eat of mo oown me excellent erumo struc cea me ~OllOWlrlg scnem~m ~pll and the Rev. Carlyle Mc sman, Bluemont; Lloyd Elsea, ] A special program has been]en f.~ , .... ..,'o ..,a ,~.., .~;.~..,~/to Jerry White of Charles Town i, . ney. Those present were [. ..... ] ........... ~ ...... ~.~ - .... ~i officiating. Burial will be ]Keedysville, Md.; Mrs. Carl Lee ]~lanned for the Pioneer and Sen I_ ~ ...... ~ .... ?.."~, "~". t [which had managed to ~et out ]her brother Scott, Cindy and Ste ]ture presem m most ot our c~ay | mee~ms~ mr. ~ufm~y ~pu ~uy~e: nave any money w~m wmch to ~ lye S soils The materml causes the quent wee~ nlgnts ~unaay scnom ~e Hill Cemetery. IBerryville, Va.; Robert Elsea, {!or High Fellowship this Sunday [ ......... /onto the highway, was struck and, purling, Doris and Debbie [ .. t . ..' ... ] ..... . ~. [Bluemont; Cletus Elsea, Blue-[September 3rd at 6:30 P. M. at[~uy ~ooa so ~ney surre.naerea , killed Monday evenin~ about 11". [Sisk, Carla and Lynn Coil|s, Cin-~sou to run togetner or puoole it ]at ~u:tro a...m.^ mornmg worsmp memsewes m uanson ponceman I ~" earner to corn act and hold water service at 1~ tro a m ~:venmg ~EORGIE C~ HEFLIN I mont; Payne Elsea, Riverton; Jos ] the Presbyterian Church I ... .. 40 by a 1957 White tractor trailer [ dy and Cheryl Payne, Pam Cox, I " P | . : t~awin ~ennett ~ - " " e " . ~ Evangefistic service at 730 p m ,r~io Clarahollo T-Toli. an [ eph Elsea, Bluemont; Iden Elsea i Miss Mary Lou Sechnst who is ] _. . " ; truck whmh was being driven J Gen Rme, Ohvm, Leon and Gary ~ ~_ . = ~ J ............. ~:.:,: ._.,: .... :~_" o ................... , w, with rm " ou me two are" Clarence M Stev LeeU ri t .... ,u~suay t,e ~m~t .'~mua~uu~ a~.n -,~,~ ..... a ..... w [ A y m S th Dakota, Mrs. [ a Campus Chnstmn Life Worker [ . " lEast on State Route 51. [ p gh, Susan Tabb, Ch~p. ] r~M/~ v]~t~e m. [ ............... ~'~,:"~'~'.:~ ~a "~'a~'-'~ {Earl Milbourn, Hamilton, Virgin-l for the Richmond area of the Iens, 23 who was serving time on ~o,.~ ,v ..... ,~,. ~ ...... ~, ]per Owens, Bobby Carter and [ w"3 "'* m.v~ a# [ meet a[/:ao p. m. ~nursaay |me . ,, ,~ o... .. , .,ox, u~u ........ ~ -.,... ~,~a~= *.vvvex .. btua at "l'aom ...... ia" one ste dau hter Mr h " a forgery charge and Wfllard J Genny Lou Tabb, Billy and Valar Y P esday morning in Charles Io: ....... p.._.gJ... , ^ s;_Jo n I Presbytevan Church will show i Shrader 21 servin,, time for rob R. Barlow said the truck, being[ e w .~ "~',. he Southe nAires uartet of a.n.,-., ...,m., ., .... ,~A, or~. ~,~t, ~urv,vmg ..e me m,-,snaes o, ner tour in uoumAmer , , ~, .=.., .................... ' O en_, Tabb, 'rene,[ r m0ted In 6emanv I T r- Q ........ .... v ................ " be an r .... e. uy oc*.aru ~ee .~iKens, . P 0 .................. ~ . . i which ex en ed back [lowing brothers and rosters, Hugh [~ca and Europe. On her tour she [ ~ __ d grand larceny..The two Rm.*. ~ ~ ..... a h.~l .... a +,, +~.. (Pete arid Gary Lee fi]sk, Edward I , /Dayton, Ohm will be m charge of i t d tOlmoyd, Earl Lloyd, Mrs. Evelyn [was the Good Will Ambassador ] sam they paa_escapeu trom tne i~u~e_. ~-Z::':i""~'-_~"-:"~,_s'-" ~y ~,=lbcnwartz, Larry, ouoy and Freda[ Manheim, Germany (AHTNC)-|the eleven o'clock service on Sun !d ! :29b ' in!iULn d I I P~per~!Spe~!h~e~!ttrnhs~!i (~taa~d?i!~ih~;~igh~hii f:N~!s~l~ieT!!~~;]~:: ~. l~:3Je?nMrSsPUi~nge uM;rigMh~, tS:P~e::dhTh~p;bi ~th Jones T-Taines I Y , . y , M . ple. Miss Sechrist will also give [ . Y " ivin- are "'the "followin-IDella Eichenberger and Jaek la very .brief talk on her work I tw)ce.befre,their wand.ering had ~n" William H Rosser DotILlyd" The body is now resting at [here in the Richmond area [!e~ ~nem into me wcmlty o~ " ~ .. 7 ... ~. '_ I the John H Enders Funeral l It was re~retted that this ~'ro /unarms ','own and Ranson and osser, oom o~ wasnmgmn, . ~, v " finall " y when they wound u ]n Carmilita Spears, Ranson; [Home m Berryvnle, va, Funeral I gram, which was originally sche J ............ P . [homas Haines, Kearneys. )services are |complete. I duled for August 28, had to be [e~;ivtenetl~n~s~e~v~meu~ney aecm brother, William Michael i MIS- ~ ..... [ postponea to ~eptemoer ~ aue to / ........ .~" _ Xeffero-- t, .... +,, o~o, I ~ t~ . ~r~:~ l the mness of Miss Sechrist. a,e I ~enne~t emma t~narms Town list :hurch, will off| I for some time ' Time In Over 30 Years I.. . will be m Edge Hall e n m ecl n " " The d ceased was bor " West ... "*'"" " am oay ncnool Haven, Conn. March 27, 1899, a AT home or AlTrleno$ . ~. P~ON [daughter of the late Rev. Rich- i Tp h:r Tramlnn At " mond H. Gesner i~nd Virginia Guests at a family reunion over .~u1~mm~m mm~mmmmmm~ rt| F. Pierson, 80, a farm- Warren County, Va. who residing in Ranson for died Sunday in Char General Hospital, fol- an illness of about a week. deceased was born in War- Va. Oct. 17, 1881, a the late Lewis and Sarah I" Pierson. He was a mem- the Methodist Church. lying are two sons-William ~rson and Elmer Pierson, of Front Royal, Va.; and daughters-Mrs. Josephine aan, Rileyv~lle, Va.; and ~'irginia Alis6i~, Front Roy. iven grandchildren and five grandchildren also survive. i. Brett Gesner. She was formerly religious educ at|on director at St. Paul Church Brookline, Mass; and also Mer- |dan, Conn. and for the last 20 years worker in the Episcopal Church. Formerly an ardent sup- porter of the United Thank Of- fering Fund in Connecticutt and Mass. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. A. T. Jones of Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Grace Corregan of Char les Town; a niece, Mrs. Robert M. Cleft of Wheaton, Md. and two great nieces. -, The remains wer~':~ketr-t~ rhe home of her sister Mrs. Corregan in Charles Town where they will the past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend at their home on South Samuel St. were five sisters and a brother of Mrs. Alfriend, Mrs. Ernestine Johnson, Elk|us, W. Va., Dr. and Mrs. John Owens, Raleigh, N. C. ,Mr. and Mrs. Lynn K. Forthman of Charleston and Charles Town Zion Church Next Week Next week there will be two special teacher training sessions on Tuesday and Thursday, Sep- tember 5th and 7th at 7:30 p. m. in the Parish House "of Zion Epis copal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Douglas Teachers trom the Episcopal Stillwater, Okla., Miss Gertrude Churches in Rippon, Harpers Fer Harrison, Weston, W. Va. and ry, Middleway and Summit Point iiLE RIiiLL MEAT Mrs. Alfriends brother Matthew i have been invited to attend these " W. Harrison and Mrs. Harrison Isessions along with the teachers from Purcellville, Va. together from Zion. It is hoped that every with Mr. an~;Mrs.+Matthew Har teacher will make a special ef. rison Jr.~a~;4~t~three children fort to be present. ~Susan, Matthew W. 3rd, and Tho I mas Of Lancaster, Pa.; Mr. and Ca~edo~-~ ~ S-wev~ Having sold our "Mary Ann Farm" we will hold a Complete Disper~l of Dairy Cattle, Dairy Equipment, Machinery and Hay. The Farm is located I mile South of Leesburg, Va., on Rt. 15. FOLLOW SIGNS TO SALE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (D.S.T.) This sale must start on time due to being one of the largest sales to be held in this area. Herd Certified and Accredited. Health Charts with Cows and Intra. State Papers. 210 HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS 106 Cows in Milk and Springers. Many 500 lb. Fat Cows in this group with records over 17,000 Milk and 700 lb. Fat. 24 Springing First Calf Heifers. ~0 Yearling Heifers, ready to breed. 42 Heifer Calves up to 10 months of age. NOTE:~This is a good uddered group of cows with 11,000 lb. milk ~nd 440 fat. A third of cows on test are first calf heifers. Herd on DHIA. Records to be given day of sale. This is a home raised herd, using culling ~nd art|tidal breeding to build up to present levels. DAIRY EQUIPMENT One 500-Ga|. SUNSET Bulk Milk T~nk, 2-years old;4 Surge Pail Milkers; 1 Surge Vacuum Pump - Model BB~; Two 80-Gal. Hot Water Heaters; 3 Wash Vats; 3 Strainers; 4 Milk BUckets; 3 I~I.P. Boiler; Miscellaneous Dairy F.quipment and Supplies. MACHINERY Model 2010 JD Diesel, 267 hours: Model 35 3D Ma~ure Loader for Model 2010; 2 Bottom JD Plow, JD Chisel Plow, Farmall 450 Diesel, 1H 4 bottom trip beam plow, 8,ft. fast hitch blade, Dannser Post Hole Digger 14" A.uger; IH Super "C" Tractor, Cultivator Super "C", Model 24 Ii~ M'0w~er, ,2 row 'corn planter, Super "C" IH No. 15 Rotary Field Harvester with corn and pickup .~t.tachments; Fox Ensilage Blower PrO, JD M'oi~ N ~/S|l~ge sidles; 135 Bushel PTO manure Spr~de'r, NH No. 68 PTO Baler, '56 2,~on Chev. Dump Truck with 14-ft. Stock Racks; '55 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup; 2 I~H Wagons with beds; 2 Wheel Trailer, KB7 International Truck with farmhand Custom silxge unloading be~i; PrO Hhm- mermilI; Farmhand Ra~ke, Clark Boom Sprayer with Trailer Tank; disc l~arr0w, Wikomi Seeder, Grass Seeder, Mayrath 28' Grain Elevator, Hay Elcvatbr, itnd Many Miscellaneous Iteva~ that ale too numerous to mention. NOTE:--M0st of this Machinery has been purchased smce 1$8 and is in excellent condition. 300 TON HAY ALFALFA AND MIXED HAY. CATTLE SALE HELD UNDER TENT FINANCING:--Arrangements have been marie with Dairy Credit Co., De Kalb, ~i!., to finance acceptable purchases. Please make arrangements prior to day of sa|e. TERMS:--CASH DAY OF SALE. AUCTIoNEERS:---H. H. BARTLETT, HOWARD DAWKINS. THELMA HOLCOMB, Owner LEESBURG; VA. PHONE SPRING 7-3865 WILLIAM S. ENGLISH, JR., Sale Manager Winchester, Va. MO 2-2927 Lunch Served By Leesburg Methodist Youth Fellowship. Augu~b 31 - ~t. Class For Shorthorns; MUCHMORE SLICED WILSON'S KORN KING Blakeley Farm Wins Caledonia Farm of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White of Charles Town walked away with every rib; bun in the Shorthorn class at the Clarke County Fair, including the championship bull and heifer pri zes, held at Berryville, Va. last week. In the Hereford class, Bla keley Farm of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn BrOwn, had the champion and the reserve champion bull. Dicky Wolfe showed the champion Here ford heifer while Harry White had the reserve champion. P, T. McIntire had the champ ion Aberdeen Angus bull and Robert Davenport had the reser. ~ve in that class. The champion Angus heifer was shown by W. L. BREMMER'S c Box LUZIANNE SUNSHINE of 12 MUSSLEMAN 46.oz. CANS WASHINGTON Yellow or Devils Food AO lb. Bag I. G. A. CANS lbs. lbs. each C + Bowles and Danny Rucker had the reserve champion. , The sponsoring Ruritan Club held a chicken barbecue at the fair grounds just west of Berry- ville on Rt. 7. Mr. White is~ president of the Shenandoah Valley Polled Short- horn Breeders Association and has be~n breeding shorthorn cat- fie for fifteen years. MinOr Hiohway A(:cid f tl One minor highway accident oc I m curred ih Jefferson County over/m the past weekend which resulked ]m in property damage to the two [m cars iiivolved amounting ~o about/I $20O. A 1957 Dodge being drive~ nor th on Route 51, by Latham Ftan- agan, 54 of AHin~ton, Va.; and a 1953 Studebaker being driven South by Gaff Creamer, 16 of Rt. 1, Kearneysville, collided at 2:45 p, m. Sunday. Trooper BarloW said no charges were preferred in the accident. Lee snflth Has Party On 45 Birthday At Jefferson Park Sherry Lee smith, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Donald Smith, South Church Street celebrated her 4th birthday, Saturday, August 26 with a party at the Jefferson Menmrial Park, Charles Town. Guests included Jimmy, Teresa, and Steve Cline, Jenny Sue, Peg- gy and Alice Smith, Anne, Teresa Gore, John Hunt, Jeff Propps, Ricky Snyder, steve Kershner, Stephanie Smith, Julie and Les HYDE PARk MIXED COOKIES Whole lb. ] Sh'ank HALF m'lHALFBUtt 59c lb. SUNSHINE c Full Pound PILLSBURY Tubes e KRAFT AMERICAN Slices 6-Oz. Pkg. C 1 U. S. NO. 1 lbs. WESTERN PINK MEAT each for J " t ..... : ** tJ VALLEY GOLD 6-OZ. for BIRDSEYE 6-OZ. for BIRDSEYE +CRINKLE CUT (10.oz.) for