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sil R. Clipp who has been hospit, were weekend visitors with the alized due to hearrt attack. He is formers brother Mr. Howard OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF now at his home on a very re- Woodard Avon Wood Dairy KAB LET0WH structed schedule and diet. Mrs. Farm. Doris remained for a lon Clipp remained for several weeks ger visit. to be with her son during his Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell, Miss Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 convalescing as his wife, Mrs. Patsy Clipp and Stanley Dillow Gertrude Clipp is a member of enjoyed Sunday at Glen Echo ~--'--'--" -----"----- the teaching staff of Alexandria, Park. Year Opens cipal. The following pupils enter Va. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small- 1960-61 school year began led the seventh grade in the Char Dam Project Again? wood, Mrs. Jessie Clipp called on Tuesday with some ~, les Town Junior High, Ellen Mer- A stranger who is a member of i early Sunday afternoon on Mr. ~n expressing glee while cer, Caroline Cloud, Sue Ellen the U. S. A. Engineers stopped Edgar Roderick a patient in the expressing sadness. The ]Bush, Dotty Sowers, Mary Wood by the local store Tuesday asking N. D. Baker Hospital. The latter ry grades with Miss Dor-Iward, James Newcomb, Larry to be directed to the location a- was not' feeling very well. Henkle, Halltown as teacher [ Rouss, Riley Thompson and Way long the river where a number Mrs. Wayne Boyer and four an enrollment of twenty five ]ne Hill. of this group is working on a sur sons of Peace Airforce Base Port 1 four children Carol JeanI Mrs. H. O. Bush, her mother, veying project pertaining to the smouth, N. H. spent a week with construction of a large dam on her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. tell, Vickie Penwell Patty]Mrs Joshua Clipp, locally, Mrs. the Shenandoah River. So again[Boyer, Shannondale Park. The [, Spencer Welsh, James Hou ]Arthur Bush accompanied Mrs. ins beginners. The advanced ]Eleanor Bush and son Steven of we are confronted with this pro-eldest son Mike who has spent, showed twenty five enroll-]Charles Town to Alexandria, Va. posed project. Shall we as a lthe summer vacation with his with Mr. O. B. Hughes prin'to visit with Mrs. Clipp's son, Ba group protest this project as in grandparents will remain and go! 1945? After all it is the voice of to school in the local Junior High the people that counts, where he will enter the eighth Mr. O. B. Hughes spent a week grade. ';I 117 and 118 West Washington Street CHARLES TOWN PH()NE 399 ACTION AND COMFORT .. on fully cushioned insoles and arches. Miles of "Noating" walking comfort. Unmatched, if you need a workshoe that gives you support, freedom of action and fit at a popular price of $7.9s OPEN BOTH FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS TILL 9:00 O'CLOCK FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE ! end recently with his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes, Calhoun County. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp, Walnut Spring Farm were Mr. and Mrs. George Smallwood and family Boyce, Va. Stanley Dillw, Mechanicstown. The two families went to Steph- ens City to visit Mr. and Mrs. !James Nichols. They all went to see the new home of the Nichols into. which the owners hope to move in the spring. Mrs. Elsie Gray and grandson Jimmy of Meadow Brook spent the past weekend with her dau ghter Mrs. Ethleen Mills of Mar- tinsburg. On Thursday Messers Clinton Smallwood, Martinsburg, his bro- ther Bill of Milwaukee, Wiscon. sin and Joe Jones of Mechanics- town were callers on their cous ins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small wood. They also enjoyed meet- ing former friends of this com- munity where the Smallwoods once resided. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson, two dau ghters, Front Royal, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ruble and three child- ren Gerrardstown were callers at this home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Chawastyk and sons of Silver Spring, Md. were holiday weekend visitors with her mother Mrs. Charles R. Langdon and son Charles. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe Hay- es and family of Vinton Farm, Charles Town joined the families for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Woodward two daughters Pamela and Felec ia of Alexandria, Va. and their neice Miss Doris Woodward, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Wedrew Woodward also of Alexandria OF HOLSTEIN DAIRY HERD AND FARM MACHINERY NEAR PURCELLVILLE, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1,961 STARTING AT 10:00 A. M. (DST) THIS SALE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE, Dissolving partnership, we the undersigned, will sell at the above mentioned time the following on the farm located about 10 miles South of Purcellville. From Purcellville take Route 690 to Route 734 th n through Philomont for about miles to Route 731 then left on Route 731 for 1 mile to entrance of farm on the right. From Aldie on Route 50 take Route 734 toward Bluemont to Route 731. (Watch For Sale Signs from PurceUville). The Howard Shockey and Son Contractors of Winchester, Va. began Wednesday to place the 45' 6" x 4' double T concrete slabs which will be the joists to support the roof on the Marcus [3ros. Cold Storage. This roof will be large flat concrete slabs which will be placed in position by a 100 ft. crane which was in operation today placing the joists. This operation has created much interest for the local folk. i i, CALENDAR --FOR--- Charles Town- Ranson CHURCHES BAPTIST: Charles Town Baptist Church Corner Cortgress & Sam~tel St$. Russell J. Urquhart, Pastor Sunday School--9:45 A. M. Morning Worship--}ll:00 A. M. EPISCOPAL: Zion Episcopal Church Corner Congress & Church Sis. Allen L. Bartlett, Jr., Rector Holy Co~zmunion--8:00 A. M. Church School--9:30 A. M. (Parish Hol~se) Mor~Ang Worship--ll:OO A. M. LUTHERAN: St. Thomas Eva4agelicgl Lutheran Church North Mildred Street, Ransvn Richard E. Neal, Pastor Sunday School--9:45 A. M. The Servlce--ll:00 A. M. METHODIST: Charles Town Methodist Church Comer North & Charles Streets Richard Theodore Seholl, D. D. Church School--9:30 A. IVL Morning Worship--ll:00 A. M. !PENTECOSTAL: Calvary Assembly of God Church 5~h Ave. & Fai~ax Blvd., Rans~ Wfllia~a Reed, Pastor Sunday S~hool--10:00 A, M. Morz~i~g Worship--ll:00 A. M. PRESBYTERIAN: Charles Town Presbyterian Church Eazt Washington Street Carlyle A. McDonald, Minister Church School--9:45 A. M. Mox~g Worahip--ll:00 A. M. ROMAN CATHOLIC:, St. James Catholic Church Corner,S. Georgo & Avis Sts. Rev. John C. Ryan The Mass--8:00 A. M @nd II:00 A. M. sEVENTH DAY---~VENTIST Seventh Day Adventist Church Second Avenue, Ra~o~ J. E. Kelshner, Pastor S~turday Serv~,ces:" 9:30 A. M.--Sabbwt~ Service 10:45 A. M.---SabbaCh School T. B. ACCREDITED--BANG'S CERTIFIED This he d consists of 56 cows, all Holsteins but 2, Several recently fresh and the rest in full flow of milk. Majority of the cows raised on this farm, have good size, tested for this sale and Vet will be present to issue interstate shipment papers. 36 Holstein Heifers that range from yearling to 3-years old, large majority are open. They were all raised on this farm and are either artificially sired or sired by Registered Holstein Bull. Two Large Holstein Steers MISCELLANEOUS FARM MACHINERY TD 6 Diesel IH Bulldozer, Super M Farmall Tractor, Farmall H Tractor, John Deere A Tractor (needs some repair); Fox field harvester with corn and grass head, and pickup head; 76 !H hay baler, 13 spout Oliver drill, Lundell field chopper for grass, corn stalks, etc.; John Deere hay conditioner, McCormick-Deering corn planter, IH manure spreader, 32-ft. Sam Mulkey elevator with electric motor; Fox blower with pipe; 3 rubber tired wagons with ensilage sides; ensilage cutter, IH 8.ft. grain Hammermill, spray rig on rubber; disc harrow, John Deere manure spreader, IH 7-ft. trailer mower, cut off saw, 2 IH trailer plows, John Deere springtooth harrow, Allis Chalmers plow, old corn picker, Massey Harris 6-ft. Combine, good IH corn binder with all attachments, on rub- ber; IH manure loader (needs repair); old IH manure spreader, IH side delivery rake. About 1 Ton of Fertilizer, hydraulic jack, hay fork witil rope; misc. tools, emery wheel with motor, log chains, and other items too numerous to mention. D AiRY E Q U I P M E N T 285 Gallon Girton Bulk Milk Tank in good condition; 4 DeLaval Milking Units and Milk Compressor, Washing Machine, and other pieces of dairy equipment. 50 TONS SILAGE; ABOUT 40 TONS MIXED HAY. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:---D . Hottel is discontinuing farming on this farm, so everything sold will leave this farm. Livestock dealers, machinery dealers as well as farmers, this is one sale you s!iould not miss. TERMS :--@ASH. DR. R. R. HOTTEL . ' T. T. SMALLWOOD ' Sale Conducted By NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Leonard Bowman, Purcellville- Phone ED 8-7116 James deButts, Hamilton- Phone GI 5.4120 LUNCH WILL BE SOLD ON THE GROUNDS. 7 - lt. 9y Mrs. Julia Whipp Vhnds Mrs. Beatrice Walters Gross of ;kltzburg, Md. was a caller on :~onday with Mrs. Jaulia Viands. Ira. Gross used to be a frequent 'oiler in our town when her un- .'le Mr. Edward Walters family :esided here. I really was glad o see her as we hadn't seen ach other for over: fifty years. Mr and Mrs. Garland Henry nd son David Lee spent the long oliday in Baltimore, Md with ~mir son-in law and daughter Mr nd Mrs John Hampton and son :erry Lee and Mrs Catherine ~oliday and son Garry. Mrs Beulah Fritts and neice lisa Linda Pulse of Midd!eway ;pent the long weekend holiday ~ith her daughter Mrs Doris lerndon and daughter Melody in Arashington, D C Mr. Garry Goliday returned to fis !3erie i~ t~altimpre, Md. Wed. msday evening a~ter ~ spending we weeks with his cousin Mr. )avid Lee Henry. Mrs. Harry Shirley and son ~usW of Middleway, Mrs. Evelyn Wiles and daughter Sherri of Loudoun Heights, Va., Mr, and Ylrs. Albert Viands and grand- ~aughter Donna Hovermale were Wednesday evening callers with Hr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Celebrate Birthdays Misses Gisella and Linda Small wood, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smallwood celebra- ted their tenth birthday on Sun. day. A large birthday cake baked by their grandmother Mrs. Man de Smallwood with ice cream was served. They 'received some nice preesnts along with wrist watch- es from their parents. They were born in Germany and were eight eeh months old when they came to the U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy spent the day Sunday at the Watermelon place of the Miller brothers near Berryville, Va. class meets at the parsonage on( SPIRIT OF 3EFFERSON ADVOCATE Master Jackie Viands celebra- Saturday at 10:00 a. m.; Confirm- ted his sixth birthday on the 29th ation class meets at 11:00 a.m. [THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1961 5--A and his cousin Donald Lee Shir- ' " ' I ' .................. ~ ............... ley was on the 30th, so they eele Church ~ervk~, For [is now serving basic tra'inbzg in, Daughters of the ~uf~racy Ibrated by going to the circus on ,, ,.,,. [Ft. Jackson. S. C. Anyone car-]will resume their monthly meet- Wednesday and having cake and t, , " t. ~ , ling to write him his address is:]~g, September 12 at p. m. at !ice cream. After the show both [ unaav A t.aJvarv ]~tARandolph D. Ander-~ Jr..[the Hilleary House with a cover received some nice and useful I ~ ,,e | . . 13737073 {30. D 7th Bn. 2nd ]ed dish supper. Mrs. John H Mor presents. Jackie received a wat-[Aeea..,hl. ,,J Pi,.... I. /Tng. Eegt.. Fort Jackson, S. C. Iris will be the speaker. All mem- ch from his daddy, Lester Viands ]#t~;}~'llll~lJ ~ I~IIUIlUl [ : : ~ | bers are asked to attend and to from N. D; [ The Rev. William P. Reed pas-[Law~~ Botts UDC [bring a friend. ", /tor of Calvary Assembly of God/T Monthly [ T ....... " ' lil5 I'iliOt~il~ AI /located on Fairfax Boulevard on Meetil~S Sept 12 GO O CHURCH SUNDAY el _ [Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ- ~| , Lawson Botts Chapter, Unitedi Advertise Ill The Spirit.Advocate ----r..--.,7arenlmth eedz _.the following schedule of.. ..................................... ! neeungs for Sunday and subse- t, . w, -., i quent week nights. Sunday school ~ ~ unoay ror Lumerans ~at 10:00 a. m. morning worship USE THIS COUPON T .... service at 11:00 a. m. Evening ne uev. ldenard E. Neal, pas. EVaetgelistic service at 7:30 p. m. tor of St. Thomas Lutheran Chur day the Christ Ambassadors ch, announced Monday the follow ~i~t at 7:30 p. m. Thursday TO TO ing schedule of services for Sun "b e Study at 7:30 p. m. day, Sept. 10. The Service at 8:30 ~E~ "' ADVOCATE a. m. and 11:00 a. m.; sermon, "The Miracle at Zarephath". Nur sery held during worship for pre school children. Pastor's Class and Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m.; Joseph R. Staley, Su- perintendent. Junior and Senior Luther League Round-Up at 5:30 !p. m. at the parsonage. Monday, Sunday Church School officers meet at the parsonage at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, United Lutheran Church-Women meet; Epiphany Circle at 10:00 a. m. Trinity Cir- cle at 2:00 p. m.; and Emmanuel Circle at 8:00 p. m. Senior Choir rehearsal, Thursday at 8:00 p. m. Junior Choir practice Friday at 4:00 p. m. First year catechism Charles Town Library To Be Open Each Day Beginning Monday, Sept. and continuing through the Win- ter months, the Charles Town Public Library will be open every afternoon from 3 until 5 p m and each Friday night from 7:30 until 8:30 p m it was announced this week RANNY ANDERSON IN ARMY AT FORT JACKSON Ranny Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Anderson en' listed in the Army Aug. 21 and Or it along to a friend or use it to extend or renew your own subscription. Plea start minding me the Spirit of Jefferson. Advocate. ts SS m mss m ~ m m m m m s s. m m m N~1~e oe e o. 0. e e oe e e Street .................................... City ........... State $3.50 Per Year, Plus 10 eta. tax in West Virgini . ' . ., r. , m PHONE 664 -- WE DELIVER .. RANSON, W. VA. Imm m|mmm ","'t, WILSON'S CERTIFIED FRYERS--the best your money can buy. \ (Tere's No Better For Your Table) (WHOLE) ptrk.up your menu with... FRESH C S H O P P E R S g You Will Always Find Ours Tops. 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