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September 22, 1966

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I The KabIetown Home Demon--nty Fair. A donation was givenI [ stration met Thursday afternoon ~ to the Community Center Fund. [ ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN [ Sept. 15th at the home of Mrs. [ Mrs. David McMiHan led the [ [ Charles R. Langdon with fourteen [ devotionals reading a portion of [ [H ~ KA] ILl TOWH (:0} ~L H] [members ands guest, Mrs. Dean]the Sixth Chapter of MaCthew[ [Hookensmith present. Mrs. Hugh]dealing with the Sermon on the[ L By Mrs. Mad anna Small:ood- Phone 725.5707 ] Caperton, Charles Town led the Mount. This was followed by the ~ t lesson, "Revison of West Virginia I Lord's Prayer. Following adjourn ~l~$bI~~:,~:-- ~%~:~8~.i~!~~ Consti~u~tion.' Points brought out ment a safety quiz was given. Dur ] pstess To W. S. C.S. tread by Mrs. Clarence Smallwood!were as follow,~: The first con-[rag the social hour the hostess/ [M!gs Margaret Ware Was host-]Sect. Due to the absence of the stituiton was set up in 1864 for lserved delicious refreshments. ] [~s to the local W. S. C. S. at her ] treasury, no financial report was rural areas which is now outdated I Several cabin owners, Wintead [ [~me Wednesday night when five [ given. Monthly and birthday dues the proposed congtitutional Conve I Viands, Paul Edwards and How- ntion was considered unconsititu I ard Whitmore have been engaged ~lembers were presenL Weather [ were paid. Discussions pertaining tionel; people were not ready for l in their cabins from the [~ditions prever~ted some mem-] to a rummage sale and to corresp it. In 1930 amendents were sep-Iriver below Myerstown to t~e Fers from attending. | ondence at hand followed. After arte from the ballots but now ISensseny river land near the [~he meeting was called to order ~ the business session adjournment ~Y2rAs. R~be~ Sawers president [was made followed by the bene- are placed at the bottom of the I Bloomery Bridge opposite the ~s. Allen K,.i~bler was leader of[diction, During the social hour ballots. The four amendmentsI Wheeler's Trailer Park. Roger .~e lesson "Missons to Six Con-]our hostess served delirious re- coming up at the election are (1) I Gaston moved the buildings on a ~en~s" ~th each m ,e~, bet part-[ freshments. In October the organ Governor to succeed himself (2) I low-boy. Judicial Circui (3) LegislativeI Miss Marie Penwell, student ~Pating. The hymn The King-] iz~tion will meet with Mrs. M. L. Amendments (4) Better Schools, I nurse in training in a Philadel- is C~ming", was used. Min-] Adams, Sr., Rippon, with Mrs. This club is to contribute to lphia Hospital affilated with the ~Hughes leading the lesson. ,the Camp Frame Dinner. ]King's Daughters Hospital, Mar- "SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 1 The Scrapbook on Highway tinsburg and Mr. Fred Earman Safety received honorable men- of Arlington, Va. were recen visi HURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 B---7 tion. tors a the home of her grand , - . -- Mrs. Joseph Carra Is chairman parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Take Advantage of These ONE CENT Offers on for With Any Circulator Model You Buy Now! A Famous West Bend *Trig" TEA KETTLE for With Any Radiant Model You Buy Now! OFFER ABSOLUTELY ENDS OCTOBER 1 1 MODEL 617 . . . America s largest [ FAMOUS DELUXE MODEL 400 . . selling rad ant model coal heater./WARM MORNING'S finest circuht One of eight radiant models toJ model. One of three circulal which Tea Kettle for One Cent Of-| models to which Booster Fan f !er applies.. [ One Cent Offer applies. MoOel 617... Only $79.95 l Mo ol 400. :. $199.95 DIAL 725.5321 --- of the Educational exhi~)i,t at the Courtly Fair, Mrs. George Held- rich is chairman of the flower arrangements. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes was sele- cted as a delegate to Jackson's Mill for the Leadership Training Conference. Mrs. Howard Clen- dening will attend as delegate from the county. Oct. 18-19 the Chri.stmas Pine Cone Wreath Workshop will be held in the Commufiity Center. A reminder was given concern- ing the special award given to the club having the greatest member of er, hibits on display at the Cou- Bonds 1or #ho LEGAL PROFESSION Courts 10refer corporate surety bonds. Premiums for fiduciary bonds are usually allowed as costs against the estate. Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. James Grey of near Stanley, Va. have been re- cent visitors of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins. Mrs, Lowell Sirbaugh and her sons Perry, Trop and Larry sper~t the past weekend with her bro- ther-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dan~iel Reeser and family of Funkstown, Md. Miss Linda Rouss was honored on her sixteenthn,t~ birthday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rouss entertained to a birthday party on Thursday night. Those presen~t were her grandmother, "Irs. Willard Whi,te, Mrs. Melvin Rissler, her daughter, Deanne, Mrs. Robert White, daughter Don- no. Mrs. Nelson White and sons Beverley, Bruce and Terry Car- roll, Franklin Rouss, Debby, Poe and Chubby Seal. On Friday Mary Paul Marshall and Dianne Ri.ssler were supper guests of Linda Rouss. They later wen~ skating in the Berryville Rink. Emory Ramsburg and family moved Saturday from the Wood- byrn Farm owned by Mrs. J. Edgar Ware to a house in the Richard Smith Orchard near Wic- liffe, Va. Mr. and Mrs, David L. Painter, O "2 m Mr. and Mrs. Armell Painter, Lot- This agency renders prompt ry, Allen, Steven and Lisa Mac service at any timh in pro- o~ Harpers Ferry were visitors riding bonds wherever re-on aSturday at the home of Mr. quired in court proceedings, and Mrs. Thomas Stickles. Bonds of the surety corn-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burdick fact, shouldn't you have one panics we represent are as- their three children Nelson, Sher- ceptable in any court. Call ry and Dale of Elkins were over- Inevery important room? Extensions us the next time ~ou neednight visi~tors Saturday w, ith her such a bond, parents, Mr. and Mrs. tIoward O. Cost less a day than a postage stamp. Bush. Mrs. Bush and her daughter For your kitchen, ask us Sue Ellen are celebrating their natal anniversary this week on about our Wallphone. a Gr, e a Co po. ,, Monday and Wednesday respecti. vely. Sonny Bush, sta.tioned in ....... ~. ~ Gennany,~ al~ 4,celebrated his birthday on the same day as his ~ ..... ' " mother. Mother and daughter were the recipients of many nice mer Kent ~ ~were Sunday my at Jefferson Village on the parems, Mr. and Mrs. Charles gifts. " '- dwelling was unique as to its 1o- visitors of the latter s mother, Leetown Pike. Wiley and family. Promotional Day will be observ cation as a part of it was in West Mrs. Mary Cline. [ u,w,s ed in the local Sunday School Tammy and Sherry Oden of the Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 725-2211 Sunday September 2_5,th. Classes Virginia and apart in V!rginia. Mr. WalCer Kuhn, Jr. killed a Bloz>mery spent Saturday fright Larry Magaha of near Charles will convene a,t 10 o clock with however acc. ormng to early cen- three foot rattle snake a the the program being presented at ~eU~r, ruling since me, sleeping quar home of Mr. and Mrs. Mfllard Ott amndhSUnday ,wi,th_ fl~nf grand- Town on the birth of a daughter ~;$.~ ~vll~ l~gllJe UU~lrl anc[ son 10:30 in the sanctuary. [. rso ot me house were on Sunday. It had six rattlers and Bi, v " Shelley Sue born at the Charles in west v']rgmia, me oceupams a btett . ~ar (~anyd vfiai~oflrYs d~,?Mi~G~~~g~h:n~Sa~teerr I ...... - * Instead of the annual Hallow..we u " .on S~nn een party which in the past has ~h;re isWnoeStq e~fog~na~sntSo reTdd:nY" KM~s R~bsY jOlt. and .dau, ghter, of yG/d~ 2erde . Y, . n, le l~unn, Mrs. -- I I II I Schoolbeen heldroomintherethe churchwill be SundaYa skat. gYni~Ss~ohe. new home ~s on Vtr. Shirley Fitzwa~er and son, Lynn f her mother, Mrs. Shirley FRz and Mrs Frank Bell " water and son. " " ing party on Tuesday night Oct. . ,," .... were aSturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and ~ --,* a _~___._~__ Ivlrs. ~ooer~ ~usn was an overM an- M " .... 25th in the Berryville Rink. Par .... r . a rs. sammy J)a~nason daughCer, of Charles Town were~ WF~ "== ~(r~ mg~ v~sitor Saturday w~t.h her and daughter Misty and ~-n -r~,- ents are asked to con4act Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ........ a,,. Sunday visitors of the formers Woodrow Adams for fu~her in- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. formation. Pipes. Sept. 8-22.. Weekend visitors at the home Mr. and Mrs. William Rex and of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford two children moved recently from Manassas, Va. to the dwel, ling !T ! were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas See- owned by W. N. White. Their son hock and son, Buddy, of Annapo- David, enroRed in the first grade. lis, Md. On Sunday aftexnoon and SAV evening Mr and Mrs" Sct Ken" Mr' and Mrs" Winstead Burd" nedy of Charles Town, M,iss Vir- cite, their tWo children and Wen. ginia Gibson of n~ar HaHtown, dy, of Woodland Farm visited his Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carro~ A. Gerra~Istown were visitors. Burdette of Hyattsville, Md. l~aMoving out of town, I will sell the following Household Goods. ted at 311 East Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Vs. UII: . SATURDAY, SE TE ER 24, 1966 [:', (SALE STARTING AT 10 0 CLOCK SHARP) r, :'ffi Wooden complete; Roll-Away bed; Studio couch; l:.~ssers; Met~bed'wardrobe; Round oak table; Wall table; [~tralght back ~ Rocking chairs; Overstuffed chairs; Old pm LSafe; Porch glider and chairs; Hi-FI Victrola and Record player; [ ~Table and bed linens; Old quiltS, Blankets and Sheets; pillows; [ ..IBmIslets; Television; Toilet set; Chambers; Slop |ars; Mantel [:elock; Chest Of drawers; Extension table and 6 cane-seated [ chairs; China closet; Churn, made into a stand; Record cabinet [ and records; 3-shelf Stand; Large Enclyclopedia; Books; Book . ease; Radio; What-Not; Table and floor lights; And irons; : ~creen and Tongs; Brass wood carrier; Electric floor fan; End table and stands; 10 x 12 Axminster rug; 2 Mantel clocks; Lots of China and Glass ware, some old; Some cut glass; Cooking t~tensils, pots - pans; Ham boiler; Lots of electrical utensils; .,Iron griddle; Waffle iron; Frigidaire deep freeze, lille new; i ~Jillco refrigerator; 4-hole Gas stove; Maytag washing machine; Clothes hamper; Vacuum cleaner, new; Tub rack; Ironing bOard; 4 Flat irons; Picnic ice box; 2 5-Gal. stone jars; 28-ft. Aluminum ladder, new; Step ladder Hand and Power lawn ~owers; Wheelbarrow; Grindstone; 3 Auto tires; Several sets ~f inside and outside shutters; Pile of wood; Gart]en tools; Dig iron; Shovels, etc.; Hand plow; Electric table saw and motor; ~-lnch Electric drill; Large Jig saw; Hand saws; Squares; Set 12 new bits; Planes; 2 Jacks; Lots of other tools; 2 Motors; Tree trimmers; Grass shears; Canned fruit; Glass jars. Not Responsible in case of Accidents On Premises. TERMS--CASH on day of sale. Nothing to be removed until settled for. ON ITI " ;OLINE For instant starts, long mileage, and smooth all around performance it's today's big gasaline value. Try a tankful. The Motor 0il That Fights Engine Knock! DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes and sons moved recer~tly from La. Plata, Md. to the vacant house on the John Day Farm in the Wic- ,lille Church area. Mr. and Mrs. Day and family who formerly Hved here are now occupying their new home which was con- strutted near ~e site of the for. KEEPING ON TOP OF YOUR BUSINESS You experience profit and rowth in your business y keeping on top of its problems and opportuni. ties. Insurance is on~ area where careful attention is vital. With our modern ~tna Plan technique, we can spot th~ areas where ~our protection is weak. all us. H.S. CLOPPER, Jr. Hill-Dale Shopping Center PHONE 725.7081 Insurance & Real Estate mc.~gl~lY NEIL WATSON ~IILLER . THARPE; Auctioneers ~OORE - MOORE; Clerks Mr. and Mrs. Bvyd L. Brown and five children of Avon Wood Farm spent Sunday with her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haw. kins of Faimount Church Corn. mumty. The latter is recovering from a hear~ attack w~ich occurr- ed this smmner. Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge and grandson, Howard of Blairton, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dodge of Mar- .insburg, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Welsh and three daughters of Jefferson Ave. Charles Town were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland. .~,--_~_ ~.~--_ Mrs. Pauline Ott Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott who 1,iced in Randallstown, Md. for a number of years have bought the former's home place and remodel ed R and on Saturday they open- ed their grocery s~mre. It is known as Ott's Grocey. They have a corn iilete line of groceries and meats and dali'y produc~s, It is self serv ~lce. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh Cer, Misty and son Jimmy of Lee town were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pen well and family. Sunday visRors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and family Mrs. Philip 0den and daug~ers Lisa and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Oden and daughter, Kathy and son Junior were Saturday evening visitors of the la~ter's parems, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shumaker and family at Bolivar. aml Mrs. Pal and SCHEWELS in WINCHESTER MORE VARIETY -- MORE COLOR -- MORE BEAUTY AND MORE VALUE FOR YOUR HOME! YOU WILL ALWAYS BE PROUD TO OWN PHILCO COLOR T-V, RANGES, WASHERS, REFRIGERATORS WARM MORNING Heaters SEALY Mattresses & Box Springs DIXIE Dinettes KINCAID Maple Bedroom Suites MOHAWK Carpet GENERAL- ELECTRIC Vacuum Ciea ers & Appliances BASSETT Bed Room Furniture ROWE Living Room Suites Shop Schewels for Values and Easy Terms 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCHESTER, VA. FREE DELIVERY Open Friday 'Til 9 P. M. --. Open Saturday 'Til 5 P. M. Sept. 8 * 15 - 22 - 29 OcL 5 - 13 - 20 - 27 REAL ESTATE I0 Room Brick House, with 2% Baths, Coal Furnace and {Rocker, will be offered for sale at 12 o'clock. Terms will be announced on day of sale. NEIL WATSON Sept. 15.2t- I III I I .