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Telephone Your News to and Miss Elizabeth Wysong and Mr. and Mrs. Tabb were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Thomson at their homes at McLean over the weekend. t Gerald Dorsey along with his brother-in-law, Bill Wilmot and i family of Summit Hall Turf Farm, Gaithersburg, Md. caught a record catch of fish for the sea son at Ocean City. The catch in- i : cluded 3 Marlins one weighing 80 pounds and was 7 foot 9 in- !ches long and the other two wei .... ~ ghcd,, 50 pounds and they were i6' long and 12 Dolphins. Mr. Billy Bentz of Alexander, : Va. and Mr Bucky Bentz of At- lantic City, N. J. spent the week end Labor Day with their mother Mrs. Louise Bentz ot~ Ranson. I Mrs. Itarry Lee Boxwell, Berry I villa, Va. and Mrs. Lena Eby of [Charles Town were visitors with I Mrs. Tom Shull Thursday night. :: I Jane More Ambrose has return led to Duke University, Durham, IN. C. after spending ten days at ]her home Paignton near town. [ Mr. and Mrs. Abner A. Rissler tend three children of Levitttown, Pa Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Riss : let of Albion, Pa. spent the Lab :ii or Day holiday with Mr. and Mrs. j Brown L. Rissler at their home i i on Second Avenue. . iii Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Smith of Sims, N. C. spent the !i past weekend with the formers : parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. i [W. Smith, West Washington St. ]Sunday Rev. Smith was guest A ............ [speaker at Waterford, Va. Bap- MRS. R YMOND n. r Al, Jl(. [tist Church where he was former --- ----- I pastor. Miss Ceeelia tteins became the chid. [ Mr and Mrs. Shirley Kines, Up bride of Mr. Raymond tI. Fraz- , Mrs. Douglas Thompson: a sis:,perville, Va. spent Labor Day ier, Jr. Sunday, August 20, at ter oforiole, was matron holiday with Mrs. Clayton Hain- MeDowell Presbyterian Church, honor. She wore a street length es - Greelyville, S. C. The Rev. Carl dress of pale green silk organza ......... yle A. McDonald, pastor of the over taffeta. She carried a bou. visiting rest weel with lvir. aria Charles Town Presbyterian Chur ouet of nink asters [Mrs. C. N. Dorsey was mew un- r ,. S ch officiated. Mr. Douglas Thompson of Vien ele and aunt. Mr. and Mn. Fred The bride is a daughter of Mrs. ha, Va. was the best man. Ushers [ wacKer, Bammore, Harmon K. Heins and the late were Mr. Edward M. Heins, a bro [ Visiting during the week with Mr. Heins of Greeleyville, S. C. ther of the bride and Mr. George,[the Slushers and Wilsons, Rose McClar The bridegroom is a son of Mr. y. [ttill Farm, Leetown were Mr. and and Mrs. Raymond H. Frazier of A reception immediately fol-[Mrs. Millard Edwards, Mr. and Ranson, W. Va. lowed the ceremony in the educ-[Mrs. Ernest Slusher Jr. and dau Given in marriage by her bro- alional building of the church. [ghter Gail, Leetown, Mr. and ther, Mr. H. K: tteins, the bride Mrs. Frazier is a graduate of[Mrs. Marshall Wilson Jr. near wore a lovely gown of White silk Greeleyville High School and re- town, Mrs. Eugene Jackson and mist organza over taffeta. The ceived a B. M. degree from Flora Mrs. Ed Bohrer Martinsburg. squared nickline was delicately McDonald College, Red Springs, Among the upperclassmen re- embroidered with tiny seed N. C. She is Music Director and turning to Cedar Crest College, Christian Education Worker of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Mr. Frazier is a graduafe of Charles Town High School and re calved an A. B. degree from Shep herd College, Shepherdstown, W. Va. He is Instrumental Instruc- tor of the Harper's Ferry High School. The couple is residing in Charles Town, W. Va. pearls and frosted with an appli- que of Alecon lace. Small motifs of the same Alecon lace frosted the back treatment which culmin ated in a sweeping, tiered, fan- shaped chapel train, tier finger- tip veil of French illusion fell from a tiara of seed pearls. She wore a necklace of baby pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. The bride's bouquet consisted of a prayer book adorned with an or- Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith and family spent the weekend Ill , TIME AGAIN! Follow Your Favorite Jefferson County and Sectional Football Te ms on The SPORTS PAGES of the Spirit of Jefferson- A fvocate Don Renteh's complete cov- erage of ALL games of Jef- ferson County High Schools and Shepherd College as well as Sectional Teams will be found on the Sports Pages every week. If You are not a Sub- scriber now, Telephone 222 and start receiving the news- paper with ALL the Sport,~ and Football News Each Week. --THE-- Spirit of Jefferson- Advocate IN CHARLES TOWN Serving Jefferson County Readers for More than 117 Years. I I . ?l with the letters brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Max Christen at Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dorsey cel ebrated their 40th wedding anni versary Sunday With a family pic nic at the Jefferson County Mem oriel Park. Those present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Dorsey and 2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spinks, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grant and 3 children, Mrs. Biddy Smoot, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Miller and 3 children, Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wacker of Baltimore, Md. Supper guests of Mrs. Louise Bentz and sons Labor Day were her mother Mrsl Ella Shull, her sister and daughter Mrs. Naomi League and Joyce of Washington, D. C. and Mr. Bob White of Mid- leburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Lehman md daughter loyce and son Rich of Jacksonville, Florida spent we weks with Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Lehman and relatives. Buddy Smoot and two sons eff and. Todd visited his father md mother Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ). Stupor Sr. in Clarksburg on ;unday. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. B. Van Tel Of North Mildred Street spent the Labor Day weekend with their son and daughter-in-law Lt. and Mrs. P. H. B. Van Tel at their home in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Corre- gun of South Samuel St. are leav ing today to visit Mr. Corregan's nephew in Oswego, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Alfriend of South Samuel Street returned to their home on Monday after spending the long weekend with their son and daughter-in-law and family, The Reverend and Mrs. John D. Alfriend at their home in Boydton, Va.~ Mr. and Mrs. P.. P. Nelson of South ~amuel Street have been visiting Mrs. Nelson's sister Mrs. Guy Montggmery near Lewisburg and Mr, Nelson has been attend ing a Chamber of Commerce meeting at The Greenbrier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs. Among those from Charles Town attending a supper party given by Mr. and Mrs. J. Harkey Ratter at their home near Mc- Lean, Va., on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. C. Perry Mr. Thornton Perry, Mrs. James W. Bartlett, Mrs. Anthony Hap- key, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glo ver, Miss Elizabeth Wysong and Mr. and Mrk Creighton Tabb. Mr. anti Mrs, Glover were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Jenkins Allentown, Pa., September 20th for the Fall term is Barbara Ann Master, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Donald C. Master. Miss Smallwood Bride Of Jos. I. Lambert In Winchester, Va. Church Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Small- wood of Berryville announce the marriage of their daughter, Elva Jean to Joe O. Lambert, son of Mr .and Mrs. Charles E. Lambert of Charles Town. The bride chose for her wed- ding a white sheath dress with navy blue accessories and a cor- sage of red carnations. The Rev.A . T. Clark, minister of the First Baptist Church, per formed the ceremony. Those attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braith- waite, Mr .and Mrs. William Brat th gaite, Miss Joan Smallwood, Jimmy Elsea, Gary Otto and Bill Burner of Berryville and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smallwood of Win- chester, Va. Immediately following the wed ding a reception was held at the home of Mrs. Robert Braithwaite sister of the bride. The couple are making their home with the bride's parents in Berryville. BETTY FISCHER DIES IN CHARLES TOWN HOSPITAL Betty Elizabeth Fischer, 25 of Charles Town, died Wednesday night in Charles Town General Hospital after an illness of about a year. The deceased was born in Char les Town May 23, 1936, a daugh- ter of James Howard Rideoutt and Bertha Athel Snowden. She! was for a time an employee of the H. M. Stevens Company. Surviving are her husband, Douglas Fischer of Bel Air, Md.: three children-Deborah, Denise, and Bertha Fischer all of Charles Town;' seve sisters-Mrs. Clara Holland, Mrs. Sylvia Bishop, Mrs. Lucille Berry, Mrs. Shirley Smith Mrs. Irma Berry, Mrs. Vide But- ler and Miss Madge Rideoutt, all of Charles Town and four bro- thers-Donald, Robert, Mugruder and Govenor Page Rideoutt. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery near Charles Town. Active bearers will be Eugene Smith, James, John and Wash i Berry, Stanley Bentley and Wal- I I I I H! I I I Stationed At Keesler 1i sPmrr OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE [6--A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1! Air Base In Mississippi a number of our students, ing and fornication. | -------- Single arrests were made I driving without an operator's ,{] U'l.t/{itiUti cense,, drinking in public, 222 ! passing, assault and '- FROM PAGE 1 drivihg the wrqng way on a Miss Patricia Ingram Centennial ed for and time--- an be found, the way street.______ _ court will have its criminal doc- ket to dispose of. The extent of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin l re Betrothed To M- .$Ral/~ FROM FAGE I this side of the docket cannot beand family Miss Owen T. Job servation Commission; Mr. Joe determined until the grand jury and Mrs. William Johnston November - Set Jeffcott, Kanawtm Valley Bank; meets. However, if it follows the Saturday with Mrs. Bushrod Mr. Norman Laughlin Upper Men pattern of the past it will be worth and Mrs. Margaret gomery in Alney, Md. They ongahelia Valley Assoc.; Mr. Carl ] erlyn called there to attend the ful light. Sullivan, Kaiser Aluminum; Mr. of Mr. Bushrod Ainswort". Ben B own, Elkins; Honorable William Wallace Barren, Gover- S was Mrs. Owen T. Johnston s ther. :: iiiil nor; Honorable Howard Carson. ::!: President W. Va. Senate; Honor- Sales Department Of Mr. and Mrs. James Welty Jamesable r of JuliuSHouSeMoler,Singleton,of She,herdDelegates:Jr"college.andSpeak'Dr' |k-p--er Motor Sales weekenddaughter withf BaltimoreMr. and Mrs.Spent rye Greenwalt. Dr. Molar said that Governor i Announcement was made Wed- i l Barren does not attend all meet. neesday that Marlyn Staubs, of ings and it is not known whether he will be present 'at Harpers ROBERT LEE HENRY Halltown, has joined the sales I force of Spiker Motor Sales, in Ferry. Director of Centennial Act [ Robert Lee IIenry, son of Mrs. [Charles Town :ivities is Mr. Alfred Stern of Elizabeth C. Henry ofRansonhasl Mr Sta-ub"s-'a native of Charles New York who was employed been enjoying a two weeks fur-l-o " ..' . ........ over a year ago to supervise the .... . t wn, was iormeriy Wlm ~vliiier s entire plans for celebration. Mr aUse'in'h ississ[ =where h e l as Meat Market in Charles Town. He Stern will speak briefly at tho been stationed s nce March 21 i!s. a graduate of Charles Town [luncheon. Beginning next sprin ................. ** "~ttlgn ~cnol where ne starreu in fit [Mr. Stern will come to West Vir-[ l:yinigh , rte:l inrng m2n as :eniV n i football, basketball and track. He [ginia on a full time basis. Until . . and his wife own and operate Lines plane out of Washington, Stonewall "an" ....... [then Mr. Michael Rush is Seere-[D" C. His present address is: Air near H or, a tourls n ..... 3 a|ltown I tary and interm.director. I man /c Robert L. Henry, AFI Mr S" " ...... MISS PATRICIA INGRAM I The regular meeting place of . tauos wm neip promote 13714934, CMR 3 Box 12097, 3409 tile sales of Dod e Dart, Dod'-e Mr" and Mrs" James M" Ingram [ the Cmmissin is in the Capitl Schl Squadrn' Keesler A F - - - South Seminary Street, announce lBuilding at Charleston. Plans are B Miss " " ann Lancer cars ann ooage I " " . trucks. the engagement of their daugh-[to hold some meetings at other I tar, Patrieia Ann to Mr. Ronald [lcatins during the coming year. [ I, Rb* " [PL I Ross Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. [The public is invited to attend[ Many .,u scrtvltons .,,ar,es owa [the luncheon and visit with the is on sale S. Troy Ray, Burnsville, N. C. ]comimttee. Reservations should[To.Spirit.Advocate I Make 21 Arrests In Miss Ingram is a graduate of[ be made with the Hill Top Hotel. every the local schools and of Mary-1 The budget for the Centennial land Secretarial and Business COl[Activities Will be approximately [G0| g TO Students I M0mh Of August week lege, tiagerstown, Md. and is cur tone million dollars; half to be rently employed as a secretary in ] supplied by the Legislature and [ An unusually large number of [ The Charles Town Police De. at the the office of Congressman Har- O. Staggers, Washington, D. [ half by public subscription. This [subscriptions to the Spirit of Jef[partment made a total of 121 ar. [ will be an opportunity for people [ freson-Advocate for the school [ rests during the month of A gust places [in the Eastern Panhandle to [term of nine months have been[which netted the city a total of Mr. Ray, a graduate of the[learn of the plans in the making subscribed to by numerous local :$1,783.00 in fines and costs, Char listed Burnsville schools attended Mor-i for observance of the states one ]and county students who are at-Iles Town Police Capt. Ephraim ris Hill College and is currently hundredth birthday, June 20, tending college and universities W Da . re orte ] roughout the country this year. I 'There were also 182 overtime a student at Benjamin Franklin 1963.. [th y. p d to Council. below @ University of Washington, D.C. [They all say that there's nothing lparking tickets issued, with $82 He is also employed in the Hous l IUg, of Representatives Building. An Warrenfel [,17 Ue [better thane weekly visit of the I collected in parking fines. open church wedding is planned l [ Spirit of Jefferson-AdvocateI Five accidents were investiga- [when one is away from home at ted during the month in which.,|F YOU for Sunday, November 26, at 4:00 Presented 30 Year [college or the university. "It's nine vehicles were damaged to odistp" m. church,in the Charles Town Meth, juSthome,,,like a long letter from the extent of $2,005. our sub- And for the first time in years ARE NOT Pm Lions Club i scriptiona clerkStudenttodaytldas she ca-[tile town chalked up a fatality 7-----7---7--. l a tared her nine months subscript- during the month -0n:le Warrenfeltz ion to begin this week. The spec- A breakdown of the arrests NOWAA The Charles Town Lions Club ial student rate for the nine mon'shows 61 speeders 24 drunks 13 ""' upnat$ Solemnized met Tuesday evening, Sept. 5 at ths term is $2.50 plus7 cents tax for passingon the'double line 12 SUBSCRIBER the Burger Shop in Charles Town West Virginia and this is prov for disturbing the peace and two In Brunswick hurch with President Marshall Brown lag very popular indeed to quite for driving drunk, hazardous driv presiding. II Miss Mary Frances Lewis, Wheaten, Md., daughter of Mrs. Gladys E. Lewis, Harrisburg, Pa. and the late John F. Lewis and Mr. Charles D. Longerbeam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Longer- beam, Harpers Ferry, were mar- ried on Friday evening, Septem- ber 1st at 8 o'clock in Bethany Lutheran Church, Brunswick, Md. when the Rev. Ralph H. Mill er solemnized the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Norman C. Mummaw, Her pars Ferry, was the matron of honor. Mr. Norman C. Mummaw was the best man. The bride and groom are grad- uates of the Harpers Ferry High School. The groom is employed at the Dixie Narco Corporation Ransom The newlyweds will reside in Ranson. County Enjoyed From Page 1-- A William Franklin scott of Chem. bersburg, was travelling East on Route 30, when it was struck by a 1952 International truck being driven by William C. Minniek of Funkstown, Md. The truck was! owned by Francis E. Leggett Company of Hagerstown, Md. Trooper Barlow said damage to the two vehicles amounted to about $500. Minnich was charged with driving to the left of the center of the highway in the face of oncoming traffic. The other Tuesday accident oc curred at 2:40 p. m. on the road legding from Middleway past the 3-M plant. Involved was only end car, a 1955 Ford being driven West on the highway by Jerry Allen Headley of Winchester, Va. Headley told Trooper Barlow he was driving along when a wasp flew into the ear. And in ttempting to kill the wasp, Head ley said he lost control of the car and it struck a pole. Damage to the car amounted to about $150. Headley was charged with fail- ure to keep his car under con- trol. Charles Town State Trooper R, R. Truex also investigated an ac- cident Saturday in which two cars were involved and one man was slightly injured. John Lee Lane of Silver Spring Md. a passenger in a 1958 Chev- rolet being driven by William Francis Manley, Baltimore, suf- fered back and neck injuries. Trooper Truex said the Manley car was travelling East on Route 340 near the Stop.In diner and lost control of his car. It struck a 1961 Ford going lace Henderson. west and being driven by Ray [Cook, of Rockville,-Md. Manley Mr. Scale Ambrose and son[was charged with failure to yield [the right of way. Damage to the parentsLarry of Mr. Charles and Mrs. Town Howard visited Am his [two cars amounted to about $300. brose Sunday night. [ Our sympathy is extended to] Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruby of Mrs. Harry Cain and family in {Hagerstown, Md. spent SUnday their recent bereavement, with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn. Lions Joseph Warrenfeltz and Henry Waller, were presented 30 year pins and Lions Edgar Peele E. G. Harm and B. H. Burr were presented 15 year pins. At a brief business meeting at which a number of matters were discussed, announcement was made that the next regular paper collection will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 19. Lion J. W. Smith was present- ed the door award. The next meeting of the club will also be held a't the Burger Shop Tuesday, Sept. 12. Activities Set For Zion Episcopal Church Regular Sunday School will be resumed this coming Sunday mor ning at 9:30 in the Parish House. Miss Virginia Rider will continue to teach the Adult Class and Mr. Franklin M. Waller will teach the Senior High Class. The Junior Brotherhood of St. Andrew, which held no meetine during the month of August will meet this coming Friday night at seven o'clock in the Parish Hotise The Junior Daughters of The King will start their Fall meet- ings on Tuesday, September 19th after sechool at the Parish House The Youth Fellowship will have a picnic at four P. M. on Sunday at the Roger Perrys home Hill Farm. The Youth Fel- lowship is for all young people of the ninth grade and over and their guests. BAND BOOSTERS LUB TO MEET SEPT. 12 The Charles Town Band Boost- ers Club will meet Tuesday even ing, Sept. 12 at 8 p. m. at the Junior High School. All members are urged to be present. ILL 'Save Money on Paint and Wallpaper :At BOWERS PAINT & Wallpaper Store CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Sale Ends TEI Sept. 7.2t. I I II [ I You can buy your copy Discontinuing Farming and the Farm having been sold, I will sell the Following Personal Property on the McCormick Farm, located 4 miles Northeast of Berryville, Va., on Route 608, known as the Wickliffe Road, near Marvin Chapel Church, Clarke County, Virginia (Follow Signs), on WEDNESD4Y, SEPTEMBER 90, 1961 BEGINNIN~ AT 10:00 A. M. (DST) 24 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 24 Two Holstein Heifers with first calf by side: Holstein Heifer will freshen in Dec.; 3 Holstein Heifers, open; Holstein Heifer, bred; 5 Guernsey Heifers, open: 5 Angus and Hereford Crossed Heifers, weighing approx 700 lbs. each; 2 Angus and Hereford Crossed Heifers, weighing approx. 500 lbs. each; Angus and Hereford Crossed Steer, weighing approx. 700 lbs.; 3 Angus and Hereford Crossed Steers, approx. 500 lbs. each; Purebred Polled Hereford BuN. All dairy cattle ealfhood vaccinated. This compl'ete herd TB. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale. "FARM M CHINEI,Y Farmall H Tractor, SC Case Tractor with cultivators: Case single row corn picker; 2f-ft. Case conveyor, Case side de- livery rake (4-bar); 7-ft..Case disc harrow, Case rubber- tired wagon. Unico rubber-tired wagon. McCor.-Deering 13-'/ disc drill, John Deere lever harrow, I. H. C. tractor mower, I. H. C. tractor corn planter, with attachments; 2 I. H. C. 14-in. bottom plows. 8-ft. McCor.-Deering Binder, I. EL C. 10-in. Hammermill, Superseed Tractor Seed Sower. ,SHEEP 26 Ewes, 3-years old; SuffOlk Ram. 49 - HEA D OF - Tamsworth Sow. bred: 3 Red Sows, bred; White Sow, bred: Snorted Poland China Sow. bred: 3 Spotted Poland China Boars of which 1 is purebred; 40 Shoats r~nging from 50-120 lbs. each. HAY:--500 Bales of Clover and Orchard Grass mixed; 1200 B~len Clover. T/ HO TSEHOT,D C.OODS. TOOT;, . I. H. C. 15-cubic foot freezer: walnut dresser, metal kitchen table. 2 kitchen stools, kitchen chair. 3 foot stools, glass china .closet. wardrobe, blanket chest, dining room table and 4 chairs, walnut: walnut desk. metal wardrobe, maple dresser. 2 washstands. 2 chests of drawers, walnut bed, springs and mattress: 3 stands. 2 flower stands. 2 metal porch chairs, clock, old: oil heater, high chair, lstrge mirror, 2 niekle kero- sene lamps, pickle and electric l~mps, washbowl ~tnd pitcher. large glass bowl and jar: 6 stone jars. drop leaf table, applier boiler. 4 fl~t irons, hame bells, sausage, grinder, lard press. pictures, dishes. Lawn Boy 18-inch Rotacy Mower. wheel- barrow. 5-ton jack. pump jack. 4-hole hog feeder, metal water trou~rh, grindstone, emery wheel, belts. 2 scoops, forks, shovels, dirking irons, saws and other tools. ~TTNR:--.TC Hig~ins 22 semi-automatic rifle, 12-tntu~e double barrel Damascus shot gun; 12-~au~e Iver Johnson shot un: 12-~au~e 3-shot Western Field shot gun, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Nothtn~ to he ~m~v~d Tmfll .~O],*,~ for. KERNS W. D. Auctioneer. R. E. MORELAND. Clerk. Lunch Will Be Served by the Ladies of the M~rvln Chapel Church. September 7 - 2t. at any of these outlets... CHARLES TOWN: Colonial News Miller's Meat Thomas Jefferson White's Food Market Moffett's Drug Stor Acme Market Market Manor RANSON: Ranson Grocery Co. John's Restaurant Sager's Grocery LEETOWN: Leetown Market Locke's Store HARPERS FERRY: Reed's Grocery Butts' Drug Store FERRY, Sexton's Store KABLETOWN: Johnson's Store MECHANICSTOWN: Fritt's Grocery THE BLOOMERY Stokes' Store SHEPHERDSTOWN: Mills' Drug Store BAKERTON: Welsh's Store MARTINSB rRG: Berkeley News BERRYVILLE: Berryville News 1 Ill