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Jr., of Charles Town, Each child had a birthday hat, August 14th by their horn and several balloons. Music Mary Yr e her was played during the party and near Point of Rocks, Md. refreshments were served to the celebrated her 10th birth fol lowing: and Tonda eelebrated her Mr. "Buzzy" BeaChley and child T0nda nmnw_ _. _....,. i Iren Barbara, Beverly, Kevin and two sons, Jonathan and Dennis,, Two large cakes ,of pink and!Robert of Adamstown, Md. Mr.[Mr. Roger Lee Nicodemus, Mrs. I white each reading Happy Birth i and Mrs. Lewis Laing and draUgh-I David Nicodemus and daughter August 14 At day Tana and Tonda" centered ter Kim of Cherry Run; Mr. EarllLesa Kaye. the table along with a coconut Joy ann ann ivirs Ansun! Mrs. Mitchell Boyd and daugh- ; ...... an ch- la'e marker ann daughter Joyce ot ter Jane, of Winchester, Va., were caKe an~2 a germ oco t Mi le [e Sir day c ' dd town, Md; Snooks, Rmky Sunday guests at the home of Mr. cakeOther refreshments onslst- _ .. ..... - :- .... s " " 1 anct ,erry rown oz ,ampa, Fia ; and Mrs. Charles Adams. ea ot nam sanuw cne, potato sa- M - M .......... " ..... 1 r. ann rs. ~. L. cr mgut ann Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins en- k double b'rthday party was an, maccronni salad, pinK es, pea- son Jimmie, Mrs. Dora Wilhelmn tertained on Sunday, Aug. 28, at in honor of Tana and Tonda nuts, potato ch ps,, mints, cool and sons Philip and Keith and an anniversary and and birthday daughters of Mr. and Mrs. am, pop, coffee anu cream. Steve Bess all of Brunswick, Md.; dinner at their home in Shenan- Look for BLUE RIBBON in the"stay.fresh'bag I Mrs. Susie AChey and sons Dennis and J. P., Darlene Athey and dau- ghter Chawnna of Lucketts, Va.; Mary Louise Barnhouse of Luray Va.; Nancy Smoot of Ransom; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mann and dau- ghter Boni~, and Leonard Joy of Knoxville, Md.; "Butch" Shores of Jefferson, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Painter and children Vera, Faith, Lisa, Charity and Timmy; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dillow, Jr.; Sherri Wiles and Kelly Stokes all of Charles Town; Mrs. T. W. I)i.ll- ow, Sr.; Sherri Bohen, Donna LeT is, Mrs. Nancy Dillow and dau- ghter Judy of MHlville; Barbara doa.h Junction. The anniversary was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Rankins and their son Carol Lee's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, Mrs. Lowell Eusey and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ceravalo were ,among the guests attending the dinner. Carol Ann Wiley returned to her home on Sunday after a week vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mercer of Bluemont, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden and three children, of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. William Whet- zel and son, William, Jr., and Chief Officer Frl k on : I ] Mr. Roger Starliper who just[ [month tour of duty with the[ James C. eassford J Army Band in Okinawa visited at ] / the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ]Welty and family and Mrs. Ruth[ Retires From U. S. Na / ~Clegg, Wednesday evening. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and Mrs. Lena Li htner, Mrs. Charles Li htner and son of Washington, D. C., attended the funeral of Mrs. Etta Gra, ham at the Luther- Turner of Martinsburg; Elmer Mrs. Molly Hillard were Sunday Cook of Frederick, Md.; David dinner guests at the home of Mr. Hicleman, Mike Shores; Mack Mc-[ and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. Cutchen, Mrs. Ellen Slifer and Mrs. Frank Watson was a Sun-iCHIEF JAMES C. GLASSFORD children Robin and Nanette of day night supper guest at the, After 21 years of continuous an Church in Lovettsvilie, Va,,{ Wednesday. I Mrs. Dave Gageby, Mrs. Lena Lightner and Miss Joyce Gagebyi vi ted Mrs. Madge Moler and Mr. I and .Mrs. James Grimm and faro, t fly in Bakerton Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Cleison Henkes I and two small daughters, Lou Ann and Terri of Fails Ohurch, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gageby and three daughters, Elaine, Karen and Sherry of Charles Town visited at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth KidwHer and daughter, Kenna Kay and Mr. Gharles Gageby Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George GagebyI enjoyed a cookot t at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hoffmaster and family in Bakerton, Sunday. Miss Ida Mary Butler left Sun- Point of Rocks, Md.; and the home of her son and daughter-in- a d. faRhful service, to .. the day for Martinsburg where she hostess, Mary Frye. t law, Mr. and Mrs. Mason W tson, united States r avy, umet revty wiU encer the King s Daughters Miller's Small Grain Supreme provides all the essential Also Tana Dillow's God Father Shepherdstown, and Mr. Frazier tn lcer James C. G lassford, son Hospital for enrollment in nurse's llutrients necessary for the production of top yields, was present, Mr. George Stunkle Lwatsn was Sunday afternoon o_f Mrs. asstord and me training. Much luck is extended of Point of Rocks. Md gueset at ,the nome of his oroth- emoney lass oru ox to Miss Butler. Miller's Small Grain Supreme offers the following extras Th sendin " " -- - er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ummit Point, W. yd., has de- Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and for Barley, Oats and Wheat: )use. _. ag presents wno I Mason Watson of Shepherdstown ] eided to retire from Naval service small daughter of Chestnut Hi!l Cjam sn( r:ttnenan e ee t renseh and I Mr. and Mrs. David Housden of and accept a position with the visited the home of Mr. Staub s ......... e ores[ Shenandoah Junction, Mr Jean Institttte for Defense Analysis in I. Stronger straw to help prevent lodging, ymm ot tOCKS; ularence oog-1 Summers of Shenandoa.h Junction Washington, D.C. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 2. More uniform crop with fuller kernels, le of Adamstown, Md.; Mr. and T , U,A, ...... * Mr and Mrs Glassf-rd Staubs and sons. 3. Crop will ripen more evenly. M rv..._,Mrs" Albert, ncvViandSo ................. , and h ,. , daughters, Von .... a their'wfOUr, children. ""llw . Berrb ,ille,Mr" and Va.,Mrs" sentDenniSthe weekendFltz of Crop is in better condition for over-wintering ... les ........ .: ....... pmmc and sz htseemg a ne nome whmh Chmf Glass- aargarez ar er Children -~ ." plants lost. Jim and Victor of Brunswick, Md moM;a andMMors: M?rvm tCeer.av ~rle,~n?an~dl~aleSedv~t. 72 eT :rneMrs.With JohnMrS" Foltz'sj. Bragg.parents' Mr. and More nutrient value in the harvested crop, u n naay from nom r " Robert Lowe of Jefferson, Md.; . erl reside all Mrs. Kay Hockensmith and two ^. p ............. parents to a trader on Y d in F. s Church, Va. o,aw wr m a. [Fairfaxx Blvd Mrs. Glassford was the former small children, Jeff and Tracey, MILLER'S SMALL GRAIN SUPREME ALSO: Both girls received many use-[ Miss Ru h "R -ers Smith re Miss Joyce Kidwell of Frostburg, of Bolivar, spent Sunday visiting ful gifts and each received a l. "s " her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 1. Is a granular product that contains a special additive turned to "Silver Springs," the .... lwaasgeeSUme nvOn:vYe.rvA :2:d ,hme rhome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs...At tmae of hm retirement J' Bragg. to insure its free flowin qualities. J a Robert Randolph Smith, Jr, on tmmf t lass ord was serving as Read The Spirit-Adv ate 2, Is is mineralized and oohtains RHEOLITE ..... -- v r stud in "Ger Administrative assistant to the _ _- _ .... Monda nls, t afte .. Y ~g """ assistant secreta- of the "" " 3, It is recommended at the rate of 400 pounds per acre. man for two morons at oetne ry savy ,,, A supplemental spring addition of _Nitrogen is rec- DIDDflM InstRute. She also spent a month ( management) the hun BUILDIN! lUIIqJIW in Europe. Miss Smith will re- oraom natles r'. ua ro. ommended at the rate of 30-70 pounds per acre. ..... turn to West Virginia University Clvlef Glassford enlisted in the SEE YOUR MILLER SALESMAN Or DEALER at MorganWwn to continue her Navy in 1945, before he had com- DIIVIM/ _ OR For Exact Rate, The suppl.en rate Will depend _ studies for a Master's degree, pleted high School education a.t DU||II I entirely on the condition of the crop. Sgt.Bill Linsley and Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Charles Town High. But while in Terry Rolin recently performed a Smith, Jr., and Elizabeth R. Smith the Navy he completed special tuna A rt courses and after quahfying for tour of duty in Viet Nam for 13 motored o the Nat' 1 irpo h" h ....... " Miller Chemical & Fertilizer Corporation months in the Marines. They are in WaShington on Monday and is l:gn scno m mpmma was pre- CHARLES TOWN .... PHONE 304-725-T051 stationed in Camp LeJeune, N. C., Ruth Rogers Smith accompanied seme same by the S ta, te Super. mtenaent ot cnoo s oz west vir- Sgt. Linsley and Corp Rolin were her home. Aug. 25 -- Sept. 1-8-15 weekend guests at the home of , gmia in 1948. He was a member on lilt Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. -- --z _-_.__- of the senior class of Charles I i i Mr. and Mrs. David Nicodemus Town High in 1948. and dauglTter, Lesa Kay, were Mll)EIFWAV In 1054 Chief Gl.ssfo d took a rer$/,*/ed H//r/n PE R!;AI: "" - Sunday evening supper guests at 16-week course consisting of short the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mrs. Harry Shirley hand, typing, legal, leadership, ., ........ ' Nicodemus. - .... --- _. _ .: : personnel, accounting, service re-It $ wtm Miss Mildred Kackley returned .... cords, pay and allowances, and Your All Eledrlc Fulu l Due to feed shortage, we will sell our a'ry herd, on the to her home in Berryville on Sun- . .lvir. t'aul Chambhn nas recent!y was graduated 4th in his class ammack Farm, located 2, miles East of Charles Town, W. Va., day after a week's vacation with taKenstore inVerBerryville,the Westernva HeAUtand with. "n--an 90-wOrdr n ' er minutew,,. .... rat- The P em - Edls Co. JUst off Route 340 on Keys Ferry Road on: her cousin, Miss Martha Adams. ....... .. mg sho tha d, 65. .... * .. ..................... ,, ........ lvirs. nammin nave oeen in ritts- mirmte in .tv in for an overall ..... SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 196 RecuperaUng at'/t me burgh, going to a special school, avera ,oe of .85.'" BEGINNING 10:30 A.M. Taft[my Whice 'has returned to We wmh them the best of luckDurin his lon tour -f se-ice her home after being a patient in She will assist him in the store " g --- p_ _ 100.... HEAD HOI TEIN CATTLE--100 the Winchester Memorial Hospi- " -e nag oeen awarue me avy Uaaf fha Cal. 'She is recuperating after un- Birthday Party Good Conduct medal, the Silver 30 cows will freshen from September to December; 21 cows dergoing observation and treat- Donald Shirley celebrated his Star, World War II Victory medalwan Y Y Which have freshened in past 30 days; 30 cows full flow of ment for the last two weeks, f twelfth birthda on Sunda with the Navy Occupation Service ,,,u,, .,.u a party given by his parents Mr. Medal; the National Defense Ser hrina vn,i milk and milking; 10 heifers with calf by side (lst calf); 8 Birth of Daughter I and Mrs. Harry Shirley. "l hose vice medal wRh a bronze star; ..... J"" heifers Springers (ist calf); Registered bulL 3 years old; Tested Mr. and Mrs. AIec Carroll an- present were Dickie Tabb, Terry the Navy Commendation letter I 30 days prior to sale. Individual health certificates will be nounce the birth of a daughter Dunn, Rodney Ring, and Jackie from Assistant Secretary of Navy , AIS IA/ Ir ffA [ lven. Some cows are milking up to 16,000 lb. DHIA yearly on Saturday, 9ug. 27, in the Viands The bQys enjoyed swim-[F inaneia1 Management dated IVl-VV Ii l- i J l average 11,230 lb., 3.8%, 422. Some cows are bred artificially Charles Town General Hospital. ruing and a bal game. Refresh-[Dec. 30, 1966. i a ' " [ W. Ya. sI'r e Tlfe )'bung cows majority 2nd and 3rd This is the fifth child and first men.ts of birthday cake, potato [ One of the highlights of his t [ calf. This Is one of the outstanding herds in Jefferson County, daughter in the Carroll family chips ,neanuts, mints and ice carver was when he had the hon- I With a wide selection from which to make yo, r choice, weighing eight pounds eleven and cream were served. He received I or of attending a ball held in hon-[ ' NEW FRA I a *half ounces. She has been some nice presents. It was also [ or of the honorable Harry S. [ " " "- ""- [ TERMS--CASH, Nothing to be removed until settled for.rollnamedis theCandieformerDelriS'JuneMrS'Deloris Car" the eleventh birthday of his cous- [ Truman at the Mayflower Hotel [ I Margaret L & Howard--. Demory Unger of Inwovd. I mM;:kmNan "e ..... tm Washington, D.C. [ , -- your Nafionwide agent [ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus [ (Ynarles Towm pen ma vlWra ddatsl -. : -- : -- _- --- I I _ a good person to know [ MORROW and ORNDORFF- Auttlonee-- Jr., gave a surprise cookout on[tlast week with her daughter P a, ,, , l ...for help when you i MORELAND and FURR -- Clerks the, lawn in honor of their son Da- [ family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester [ I= h | I= J ' need it . . . for helpful [ Lunch Rights Reserved. vid s birthday on Wednesday eve-] White. Saturday visitors of the] h , m h ] ' new ideas when you i ning. Guests" were Mr. and Mrs. I Whites were Lester's brother and { Mr. Wayne Welty [ quality insurance at low [ Not Responsible for Accidents On l emises. H.B. Nicodemus, Sr., Mr. and/wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roger White[- 'rates Meet him, know [ , Sept. 1 and Sept. 15Mrs.Wendell Whittington and lof Wappinger, N. Y . " . ...... 2 ~'" r ' Little Paula M Kee returned to [Mrs. George fiageby spent the [ I h m, call on. D;SPEHSAL SAtE ' ,her home in Arlington, Va, on[weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.| ' ' P A P ER-- Sunday afcer spending two weeksl Donald Hale and young son Bretl Mf MAM F f Mb31 with her grandparents, Mr. and] in Alexandria. Mrs. Hale is the| i vi -mn b. For Wrapping & Printing Mrs. Edward McKee. [ dau@hter of Mr. and Mrs. George[ ........ t Ga eb onsmmn PAPER PRODUCTS ][ Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee] g Y-" | JAMES H, ORNDORFF Towels, Tissues, Bags attended the Hammond-McK J Mr. Gary Viands, son of m,l. I)k,'.n,., .............. --t and l rs Char es M xr; ,a .,,. ...... - .... A. S. ROBINSON ESTATE LOCKER SUPPLIES r uamn on unoay the Memo./ .............. "/ , rial Park in Martinsburg Friday turned home on furlough this[ Lit rtv Rt c t For Homes- Stores, Etc. isRors wich the McKees ere week after spending a twetve-J ......... " ...... Due todrought We are discontinuing farming. This is a com. Ask Your Dealer [ . w .......... their daughter, Mrs Meddle Go- month tour duty m the combat[ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PieCe dispersal sale of all livestock, macMner feed. [ ANTIETAM PAPER CO. cvhenour, and two" children __nf zone of. South Vietlaam. Mr.[ i:..... I Bedmgton. Viands wilt enjoy a forty-five-dayl | LOCATION [ Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Charles Henry returned leave before departing for Fort] lllilillmii home on Saturday from King's Eustis, Va., for his remaining] I rI umvnn'm" . A. S. Robinson Farm, on road from Brucetown to Middleway, I PHONE.--Regent 9-0600 Da ' " " rvic ra4tms t sc v 5 miles North of Brucetow , Va., 5 miles South Middleway, .ughters Hospital after und ,- r time. ..... in the se e. . . | .UmAtm :msu a.c m. ua [ West Va., and 5 miles West of Summit Point, West Va. going surgery Visitors last week and Mrs. owara nouse off | " i were Mr. ancl" Mrs Ph lin Hough Shepherdst0wn, visited the|[ | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1966 ....... of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. C. J home of Mr. and Mrs. Wflham 10:00 A.M. LET OUR d'. , esand-Mrs',own, blet r an. .... "' ....... ' , ,', .... i," *ii ii 44--HEAD Of DAIRY CATTLE-44 "WATCHDOG" Mrs. Robert Henry, Charles [1 head Holstein multidng cows; 1 Ayshire & Holstein t w; 1 Town. Mrs. Roy Lambert, Mr. Ar. two-year.old registered Holstein bull, papers can be furnished; 6 tw year old Holstein heifers; 6 ,earll g Holstein heifers; 2 olst l si itgtrs, will be fresh by day of sale; 7 Holstein heifer c lv , plwoXlmately 5 months old. All cattle T, B. and l augs .tested. HF.alth pape will be provided. FArM MACHINERY 2 Fer on T-20 tractors; 3 three-point hitch 12 inch 2 bottom Plows; 2 l$ord cultivators; 1 {ractor rear mower; 1 tractor mud eoop; 1 tractor hole digger; 1 David Bra tley hammer allt; 2 tractor disei 1 iron wheel Wagon; 1 10-7 disc drill; 1 corn planter; 1 black smith forge; 1 two,unit Surge milkers, with compressor; 1 manure spreader; 1 ensilage cutter; 1 grain conveyor; other miscellaneous Farm Machinery. .... FEED Some baled hay; 39 acres corn and sorghum to be sold by acct.. Pi 2 Duroc SOws 1 . TERMS--CASH, Nothing to be removed until ettled for. Lunch Will Be Served by Grace Bible Fellowship Church. W. D, (Buck) OltNDORFF, Auctiol eer James H. Orndorff A. S. Robinson Estate WINSTON L. McKAY, EX'or. Aug. 5-2b OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR .HEATING COMFORT LL 725-7510 FOIl AUTOMATIO plLl~[llll Sir ! KABLE OIL CO., INC DISTRIBUTOR .... _ '% .... thur Dodson. Visitors over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley andTo settle the estate of the late Walter M. Barb, we will seU family were Mr. and Mrs. Lester the following located on Marshall SL, Rtlm , W. Va., Viands and son Jackie. of Ron . Ramon Fruit Co . ey, G enn Viands of Ft. EUstis, t I a., Ronnie Robinson of Cliafies SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 19 6 Town, and Miss Connie LaRue of I BEGINNING 10:30 A. . L Itanson. ,~ ! Tammy, small daughter of Mr. ! I OUJEHOLD C OODS, Etc. and Mrs. Edwin Jurek has been on the sick list. Frigidaire refrigerator; Cook stove; 2 He ting stoves; Old Quite a number from Middle. fe; Walnut chest of drawers; Marbledresser; Kitchen way attended the Clarke Countycabient; Apple butter kettle; Brass kettle; Mayta washer; Fair in Berryville, Va., which was very suc.cess[ul this year. Mrs. Work table; Stands; Sewing machine; Washstands; Metal beds; Naomi i3arrow, Mrs. Eddie Boher, Clocks (old); Window fan; 38 PistOl, Rifle; Shat gun; Wheel. udy and 1tarry Shirley, Jr., were barrow; 2 Lawn mowers; Small tools; Pots, Pans, Dishes, (some among those attending. ld); Piet res; Bed linens; Fishing3 -H.P. Outboard Mrs. Hilda Creamer visited onl lotOr; Tool bin; Coal furnace; otllcr'arttele too nun enms Sunday her daughter and family, to mention. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Ring. Mrs. Creamer along with her father, 18 LAYING HENS. Mr Allen Dinkle and sister Mrs ART Carrie Don|van have moved to MARE PONY; C And HARNESS. Harpers Ferry from Brunswick, H. CLAY THARPE:---Auetioneer Md., to a new mobile home. R. E. MORELAND--Clerk About 50% of the sawtimber presently standing in the 12 west Bankof Charles Town, Adm. ern states is "old,growth," being ou land never iogged sept. 1.2t- WALTEIt tate SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 B--7 JOI N VETERANS FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES FOUNDED 1899 JEFFERSON COUNTY MEMORIAL POST NO. 3522 CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA COMMANDER --- REID GERONIMO Phone -- Harpers Ferry 535-6528 with .All Pr lsion i rvin ,ur Good For prescriptions compounded with professional accuracy and precision --for all your health . 7. we are at your rvice. STUCK & A ER PHARMACISTS Dial 725-2621-Charles Town, W. va. ." : '. CLEAN no stirring--no thinning doesn't drip, run or splatter ilke ordinary paints dries in 30 minutes easy application with brush or roller clean-up with soap and water = use DUco= SaUn Sheen Enamd f~ Woodwork, kitchens, bathrooms PEOP SUPPLY -C arles Town Plan For Jeff County --- Oct, 13-15