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~a m LOCAL-PERSONAL NEWS IN AND ABOUT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Attend Barbecue ferson Ruritan Club. Ahnut fifty nor~n~ fr.r~ fhol Miss Bell Snyder of "West Shenstone ]s a patient m the Summit Point area attended the .......... . unarms Town ~enerai riospltai chmken barbecue which was held .......... ~t fho Cr~mmunitv g~onfor nanr t having oeen aomlt~ea mere on .......................... : ..... Friday for observation and treat- Bardane on Saturday evenmg un der the auspices of the South Jef ment. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Bonn W. Crim were "her bro I,.~t.jMMiJAIITyt=C _ t ther-in-law Mr. J. Karl Grubb, |mn ~-'lmm~'m .... ~f-'/l I Mrs. Daisy Marks and Mr. and | rM~m-. ~llBJ [ iMrs. Lewis Reek all of Bolivar, ..... W. Va. _ [ Mr. Randolph Furr was among ( kant" ~atm. ~*u~ r',~tJ---'~ ithe group from Jefferson County ;_._. -~,. ~r,,,~. ,,~b. ,d,, : Iwho reported to the United States ,I~OR~JNICNYOURE~I~A~M~ I Army Center in Baltimore, Md. : THESE{TTNER1$ ]on Tuesday of last week for pre- 1 induetin examinatins AMI Visitors on Sunday at the home ~~g ~/,~-'~ [of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grove ~-~,#~V_.jl ~,{9~tt,~,-~ l were the latter's sister and bro- -~,w~_,~.~ / Mr. and Mrs. Louis , : [Light and their daughter Miss "~',,~'~,~\1 't It 'Ul~)I/~;'~,",94 [Mary Louise Light of Martins- I burg, W. Va. ~ ~,SPEE~Y~ I A~?~ I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Menear left ~e..~.k:~tt~l~lE~ ,~.~j~, Ion Monday of last week for Mas ~u~~k~;~ ontown, W. Va. where they are I guests at the home of their son ~o~,~,,=~, daughter-in-lay Mr. and Mrs. ..... I Walter Menear and their family. Steady burnang ~s ngnt. ] Recent visitors at the home of Ask as about our budget I Miss Kate Biller have been Mr. plan for spaced fuel oilland Mrs. Harry Biller and child- deli'verv._ I ren of Washington, D. C,. Mrs. - [Anna Rodeffer Metro and son _~_ [Franci~ of Tampa, Florida, Mr. ~]k ___ _~~r-~7~ land Mrs. Marshall Frye of Char- ~W}r~r[~]~g~K ]les Town and Mr. and Mrs. Carl " " [Boone of Winchester, Va. / Miss Hester Rowland and her ~'A~ . ]small niece Mary Thomas of Win / , [chester, Va. visited on Thursday ~~ [evening of last week at the home ~of her niece and nephew Mr. and Ill II PUBLIC SALE of RIDING SCHOOL EQUIPMENT, FARM' IMPLEMENTS AND STOCK! Having Discontinued the Riding School and Farm, wiB sell at Public Auction--in the Town of Herndon, Virginia~-- on the Old Greear Farm, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 STARTING AT 10 A. M. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME--- R~ine or Shine, Follow Sale Signs. LIVE STOCK 12 Head of Horses and Ponies--2 of which are matched hackney driving ponies. 9 Head of Cows, Heifers and Bulls. 27 Head of Sheep, 7 Registered Suffolk Ewes--lst, 2nd and 3rd lambs; 1 Registered Suffolk Ram, 18 months old; 18 Grade Ewes 3 to 7 years old; 1 Grade Ram 2-years old. FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 Superior C Farmall Tractor, New Idea mower, 1-year old; 1 - 70 OHver Tractor, cultivator for 70 Oliver, good as new; International trailer mower, 2 14" bottom plows, Interna- tional; double disc lmrrow, side delivery rake, steel wheels; New Holland Baler 77, 36-ft. Mayarath elevator, 2 riding cultivators, 3 barshear plows, lot of new points and repairs for above plows; several single cultivator plows, double A h~rrow, 3 rubber tire wagons, 1 4-horse w~gon, 1 iron wheel wagon and frame; 1 2-horse wagon, 2 spring wagons, lot of other articles not mentioned. VEHICLES, SADDLES AND BRIDLES, AND DIFFERENT KINDS OF HARNESS. AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS. 1959 Ford Galaxie, straight stick and overdrive, new rubber; 2 Ton Chevrolet flat bottom Truck, extra good tires; 1948 Ford Station Wagon, good rubber. About 15 Tons Good Hay. TERMS OF SALE:---CASH. All Articles must be settled for on day of s~le. No articles to be moved until settled for. PAUL T. POWE L & SON, OWNERS. HERNDON, VIRGINIA For Information :--CALL AUCTION CO. AUCTIONEERS:--Northern Virginia Auction Co, September 28 - lt. Having Rented My Farm and Discontinuing Farming, I will sell thereon where I reside about 2 miles West of Ad~mstown and South of Mountville Road (Adamstown- Jef- ferson) and about 8 miles South of Frederick, Md., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (DST) TO-WIT: 66 - HEAD REGISTERED AND GRADE HOLSTEINS - 66 Thirty-Eight Milk Cows of which ~ver half of the herd l~ve fres~ned within 60 d~ys before sale; balance are winter freshening. Three Cows in this herd have milked over 100 lb, by weight daily after freshening and mgny i~ the herd are now milking over 70 lbs. These cows are all young, several registered, several pure bred with no papers, and balance well bred grades, .all out of artificial breeding, and bred to artificial sires. Twelve Head Large Holstein Heifers due to freshen around December 1st, and closely thereafter, atl artificially bred and sired artificially, one is registered. Ten Heifers of which two 'are ready to breed now, eight to be bred ir~ late fall. Six Small Heifers and all animals old enough are calfhood ~taaCCirmted. Ttte Herd is TB and Bangs Accredited and test s been completed within 30 days of sale, so animals c~n go anywhere. This herd can be inspected &nytln~e. NO~E:-~Da~ry Equipment is rented with the farm and my machinery and farm tools, etc. will sell' :at public sale in early spring, 1962, FRICK SAW MILL, Model O, newly rebuilt and not set up since it was rebuilt, 52-inch Howe S~w Blade, good as new. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 2 Copper Apple Butter Kettles, Rin~s and Stirrers; Antique Rockers and Straight Back. Chairs: t~les, oak bedroom suite. single beds. Home Comfort White Enamel Range, also another coal aml wood range; five circulating heating stoves, picture frames, bicycle, ~mm, c~ceks, ~d lot of small items not lb~ed. TEBMS:--CASH on Day o~ Sale. GEORGE W. HOFFMAN ~HONE TRemcnt 4-2266 EMMERT R. BOWLUS DELBERT S. NULL, Auctioneers. HORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk. Lunch By Ladies of Deubs Methed~t ~lnerch. ~cp~ember 28 - 2t. Mrs. Donald Glassford and their family. Visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and their children Bobby and Linda were the latter's brother-in-law and sistcr Mr. and Mrs. John Wel- ty and their sons Johnny and " Mrs. Elwood Cheshire wa~ hos~ tess to a group of representatives from the Baptist churches in the area when an Executive Board Meeting of Group Three of the Shenandoah Association of the Womens Missionary Union was held at her home on Sunday af- THIS WEEKS NEWS IN By Mrs. Roy Breeden I II I I I II II lil Telephone 256-J sPIRrr OF JEFFERSON ADVOCAT 4--C THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, Mr. and Mrs. David Webb with them Miss Elizabeth Webb and Mr. Arthur Webb visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dineen Welsh of an Church on Friday night, tember 29th at 7:30. All Den 1 and 2 are asked to be' ent and bring mother or Mike of Waynesboro, Pa. ternoon. Those attending the , Bakerton on Sunday. or even both will be better. Mrs. Orville DeHaven and her meeting were Mrs. Walter Box- Recent weot-o,~n ~,~ ..... ~ Mr. George Breeden with him will be a big night for II ........................... as the doctor can tell she has no his mother were Monday evening the boys. Let s show our daughter Gall visited on Satur- we , tne secretary-treasurer o~ Mr and Mr Martin ~si~,~ ,~,,~,'~ the r aniz i .................... broken bones. day afternoon w~th her brother- o g at on, Mrs. Wllham Mis~ j,,m~h ~o~ .... a., ..q,,,,a visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Lee are realty proua of tnem. in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. B~xw~llaanrdiM~rGe~ge SRte~enr~ of Elizabeth, ~/"~/~. ............. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenary Breeden and children. Stanley Boyd and their family at g' " Mz and M """ "~ - _. of Hagerstown, Md. visited on Mrs. Roy Breeden with Mrs. Pvt. Yeakley Completes their home near Rippon Blackford of Shenandoah Junc- " rs. troy l~reeaen aria Saturday with Mrs. Kathleen Doris Robinson and daughter San Courst at Fort Knox , " +~... ~ ,~., v.~,~....~,^ ^~ sons wre visitors on Wednesday Adkins. Recent visitors at the home of ~'~'; ~"~- .... ~ ~.L~)t.w~,.~% .u~. ni-bt with Mrs Lewis Rame,, and dy visited on Monday with Mrs. _.___ [Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davey and ~e~own, ~vnss ~amma wn~n.~re also with Mr" and Mrs ~alvin Mr .and Mrs. Charles Mauck Helen Robinson who just recent- Fort Knox, Ky (AH~ their" family" were Mr. and Mrs. ot tmraane,. Mrs. woourow unsn Hou h and daughters Roxanne and Pare, ly returned home from the Char- Armv Pvt Kenne~l~ P Yea Levi Seekford and sons Joseph of M]ddleway:..Mrs. Russell Urqu: ,g -_ ............. IMr. Filmore Davis, Mr. and Mrs. les Town Hospital. son of Mr.'and Mrs. PaulC. a,~n no,qn o~ ~ u .... ~ x~ nard, lvirs, l~milp rerxs Jr. ana mr. anu ~rs. ~muue TnompsonClaude Thompson and tiny dau- Rummage Sale ]ley, 611 N. High St., Martin~ Mr aertrude Th-mon an~l hor Mrs. Raymond James of Charles r. have moved into an apart-lghter Kathy were all visitors on Lets not forget the rummage lW. Va. completed the eight Town m nt m the Ranson Inn small grandson Paul Thomson of " Mr a d . I Sunday in Hagerstown with Mr. sale held on each Saturday from[automotive course under thi Winchester Va Mr and Mrs Mrs. Jerry Bane and her infant . n Mrs. Charles Steward and Mrs. Robert Trenary. 10:00 A: M. till 4:00 P. M. near / serve Forces Act program at ' " " " " " of H .... a LI~,,~ ~f R ..... xr~ ~.nson Jerry Z have returned Hanover, Md. were weekend Surprise Birthday Supper the theatre in Ranson. Those in/Armor School, Fort Knox, Miss Jo Pierce"of Millwood," Va ...... home from the Charles Town Gen vm]torSGlai w~th_ ..Mr" and... Mrs... Martin.... A supper was given on Satur- charge are the members of the I Sept. 14. On Sunda- Mrs Dave-'s mo'her erai rmspital where the oaoy was ze ana ~ars. waiter ~la~ze day night in honoring the birth Civic Club in Ranson. [ The 18 year old soldier y . y t al Mrs. Hester Pierce returned hOme born on Monday, September 18th. l of Runs.on. ........ [ days of Mrs. Edgar Smatlwoocl Cub Scout Meeting ] ed Martinsburg High Schoc from Boyce where she had been v~snors recently at the nomebuTr~ a~sane. ~au,er o~ ~aruns. [and her son John Smallwood. There will be a Cub Scout] ...... ~, ,~. ~ .... u. ~.n o~ ~r. anu ~rs. w. J. ~urr were g w s a v~s]~or on we~nesaay I Those helping them to celebrate Pack Meeting held at the Luther / Advertise In The Spirit-Ad~ Mrs U~ward Ll-,,d ~he ,,,as ac the latters sister and brother-m- moon with Mrs. Roy Breeden l were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brai- c-mnanied her~ by Mrs IJnvd law Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Baker rs. Helen Robinson who was lthwaite and children, Mr. and ~~~ o,n ~, oo- M- ~ ....q N~.a and her brother Mr. James Ren- surgmal pabent in the Charles[Mrs. Russell McAboy and son ,'gflDT DIV IM HARPERS FERRY, W S C S Meeting nor all of Berrywlle, Va. Mr. Wfl . own hos~tal returned to her [ Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons Mrs. ~ /~|l| ~|~L = |l~ W, VA. ;~ ~;r"~"n's S""i~t"' "f ~ lie Furr who had been visiting at nome on ~unday and is doing !John Smallwood and daughter .,,~ ,,~.,~ ~ ~ : v ,~,,,o~ fine ia- ~,~-,,i-o -f *~ Mo~h-m~ e,h,,, the Furr home for the past weekso far. We all of Ranson I Alasia and Mr. Edgar Smatlwood. ~ ~ ............................ wish her the best of luc'- ' ~' - - , left the latter part of the week ~. ~ THURSDAY - FRIDAY SEPT, 28 - ch will meet at 7:30 o clock EST .......... Weekend Visitors ~r~a""oda" "venin- c'~t"t'"" to return to ms home in unarms I on ,, ~u,~ ~ ~ ~' "~ ~'~'~" " ' Weekend v:-:" .... _..,_ I._ _:a ..... Town t w tu anu I A Super Western That's Completely Different 4th at the home o~ Mrs ~ooert M " " t .... " Mr and Mrs Robert Chrisman I rs. Martm Gla~ze and Mrs Wal-, i I! in"HELLERColor---Steve --ALSO---INForrest .PINKMargaretTIGHTS"O'Brien m:. w . " tributes had been so deeply ap- Irvin, Pa. They were all here to ] * "ULYSSES" in Color--Kirk ,Douglas "~Ir~'.~l~en'Glassford spent sev preciated following the tragic attend the Rodeffer and Ware re- } ,,,, " death of Mrs Butcher as it was union which was held at the Mere I ~ eral days last week in Weston, ri 1 ........ ........ im,~ssible for him to reply to o a t'arK nere m unarms Town w. va. navmg gone tnere to a~- ~'~ --- M " " tend the annual Firemen's Con- every message in person. Mr. But r. and Mrs. Marvin WatersI i SATURDAY ONLY SEPTEMBER w-*~-- i cher and his small son Timothy and son of Pleasant Valley, bid./ : ' --4 BIG HITS-- ~.'~":,,,a,,_. =,,,, ~,--o.a~ ~,~,,~.~, ~ ,~,.~-~'~ [have recovered from the injuries MMr" Ernest.. Webb of Baltimore,I : BATTLE OF THE SEXES! o n thoi~ ~,,~o a~, ,~,~ Wo, [received in the accident which d. v]s|ted at the home of Mr. | ni'~.t,,.,,,~' Dr:*~'~';"~:n ~ :v:~: / cst d ~ w*""':o.,,.,,,. .... =''~, ~"'"_~,,,~v.~., "'=.~f,e,.~ ~. "~',,~v [parents_. MrS.are. Butcher'Sstaying.. w]thlife' andhim_ hiSat nesdaArthur ""r Y. Webb.....,. and family..., on.. Wed. I.! 1. "Wicked Go To "'n ell" in- for the nest ,,ear in Charlestins home m ~organtown and car ~vt s. wmmm mc~oweu mt ' 2, "Come Dance W th-- e" ~,~, ,, w~.,, ,v,~.~.f t,,,,, ..... a ling for the children, spending some time with her son/ ,L UWAJ[ .IL 11~; ~3r JLU f~ JL (;t Ill ll.y ll/U V I~lJ, a " " ]t/I " ........ ~WMS Meeting nd his family Mr and Mrs Vm | on ~aturaay into me ~laKer nome , ce " " ' which is -wned no'" I,,, M" a-a I The Women s Missionary Soc- nt McDowell of Washington, D. | T Mr~ ~,oe:h Cta~ke~ ": ..... [iety of the Baptist Church will C. | 3. "Love Is My Profession" ..... v ~" " :" ' n hur Mrs Bertha Morgan who is i meet at 7:30 o clock EST o T | sday evening, September 5th at spending sometime at the home | 4. "Shameless Sex" rTTrl the home of Mrs Owen Swisher. of Mrs. Earl Webb of Millville vis/ L//LU . ~ ited with Miss Elizabeth Webb on/ ADMISSION :---75e Per Person . Hear UL//LI~ A n.. ,.,,..,..,.. a ,, Monday. / ~H~aN|||,aH Mrs. Lillian Tharpe spent the/H. S. CLOPPER, JR. SUN. THRU vflllnorl r week recently visiting her son/ WED. OCTOBER 1 and family Mr .and Mrs. Joe Insurance, and Real Sstate ' J M B 0 R E E " eElUUiI~}ELrA~ta IUNCTION Tharpe of Baltimore, Md. / and Bonds : ........... ' _ ~.~ ..... -- . , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and ] with 'Fats' Domino and 17 Popular With z no Hy ~llSS Llluan myers sons were recent visitors with |120 E. Washington Street Recording Artists ..... ~ -~ their uncle and aunt Mr. and/ Charles Town, W. Va. Rose Corco of Brunswick is via SONOTONE II ......... Mrs. Dave Nzehols and son Wall-l --- A L S O -- rang ner aunt ann uncie Mr ana - Telephone 216 flUl~Dl~lfi~ . ~.. lam of near MMdleway. [ ou/~,n~,|Ull ~rs. ~:arie Chapman. Mrs. Betty Lanham was rushed/i "UNTAMED YOUTH" . . Mrs. S~ke Henderson has return to the doctor on Monday because &1let g~tltW Our FvstEyeglass HearmgA d ed home after having been a pa- of ~ettin~ her arm cau~,ht in a/ ~ Mamie van Dorn -- Eddie Coehran wi~h ~ll ~h~s~ better ~ tient in the Charles Town Hospit ..... ~;-- ,%o-~ ..... " - ~ AR .............. n~ .................. s ........... rinse ..... far / benefits" aL r~er many zrmnus are giaa to know she is getting along nicely. Natural Telephone Listening Normal Listening Zones Cold Weather Power Automatic Volume Control Straight Line Sound Conduction, Binaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour Comfort Color Choice New Clarity If you could not wear any eye- glass hearing aid before, the power. ful, Sono- tone "Sovereign" may solve your hearing problem. II SONOTONE of H agerstown ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town 825 Here's An Im r nt Vacation Tip When you travd, you increase your exposure to accidental injuries. ,So in ~mrnhrg your trip don t overlook the vital protection of Tripguard In- surance. It will protect you and your family 24 hours-a- day at very low cost anywhere in the world. Bettex tee us today, Mr. James Graves of Sparrows Point, Md. is visiting his mother Mrs. Clifton Graves. Little Nancy Corso of Bruns- wick has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ferrell. Mr. Frances Sloat of Baltimore spent the weekend with his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Held Skating Party On Tuesday, September 26 at the Berryville Skating Rink from 7:30 to 10:00 p. m. the first skat ing party was held by the skating club which was formed several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of Hyattsville, Md. visited her mo- ther Mrs. Sherman Hopper Sun- day. Mr. Douglas Grant of Martins- burg spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloat. Dr. and Mrs. Grim of Middle- town, Pa. visited Mr. and Mrs. W~liam Miller last week. rs. Morris Whittington and daughter Miss Mary Catherine Whittington of Washington visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager and Mr. and Mr~ ~harles Snyder over the weekend. Mrs. Marvin Farmer is visiting her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dodson in New- port News, Va. Miss Agnes Fenton of Balti- more is visiting her sister Mrs. Cabel Tapscott. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dodson are the parents of a son which was born last week in Newport News, Va. Mrs. Dodson was before mar riage Miss Becky Fraley, daugh- ter of the late Mr. Harry Fraiey and Mrs. Marvin Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sammons and children of Washington have been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd, Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" fails to arouse Thais. - =. [ MOTOROLA RADIO -- TELEVISION HI - FI STEREO SERVICE ON ALL MAKES WEBB'S RADIO & TELEVISION 222 West Washington St, Charles Town, W.. Va~. HERE ! .... ~ ; ..~, ,..~ A B G D E Get full.tfme ecmmmy tlmt only starts Ford's low price t ! 202 East Street Charles Town,