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Charles Town, West Virginia
September 29, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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September 29, 1966

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1 ~sthack roof~/ine distinguishes 967 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe ] The 19 Chevrolet models in five series for 1967 are entirely new in appearance with freshly styled fenders, hood, grille, bumpers and taillamps. Bright fender wrap-arounds extend grille styling on all models, while fender lamps are featured in the wrap-around area on Caprice models. The exclusive new sport coupe roof line (above) stresses fastback styling with Re rear window b!end~ into the - - . ,- -. . "" . ~ " ...... ~v E-~*-a o-o--r iq -ow sv.n'~ara equi,ment on an b'Z unevrolets., uecK m a~ tin.iv .......... -..-j ..... ~. ..... ~_~r 29_~ ~_ __ Dealers throughout the nation will display the new ~nevroiets on ~epmmoe . erson County with Mrs. D. K. ma 10 -- YEARS AGO --- 10 Edgar Hackman elected presi- dent Cl~arles Town Kiwanis Club. Jet'~erson County l~air opens be- fore crowd of 5,0(0. Hosp!tal Aux Koonce as chairman. P. T. A. to hold first meeting of the year. Charles Town Panthers wallop Shepherdstown Cardinals 43-13 Harpers Ferry High beats Shen- andoah tligh 39 to 6. Shepherd tops Glenviile 13-0. 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 ]unction Daylight time ends in Thornton Perry was elected commander of Jackson-Perks Post county at 2 a. m. on Sunday. Pan- American Legion of Charles ther-Gai~hersburg football game Town for the ensuing year at an- cat.led off because of bad wen'mar, nual meeting. Died: - John Theo- Mrs. James M. Mason, II1 in New dare Penwell, a native of Mount York for area Red Cross canter- Mission of the county died at the tory ~lans for DonafLmn Day on ence Mrs. Robert B Butler wins Hopemont Sanitarium at Terra 17. Back to work calls award at Berryville, Va. Flower Alia, W. Va. Town at $2a barrell; wheat wa~ R~jDZ0n Of I:urtney 10.1y 68 cts. per bushel; lard 10 centsi a pound; potatoes 60 a bushel;t butter 18 cents a pound and eggs r ChI|dren Held Sept. 14 20 cents fl dozen. 80 --- YEARS AGO -- 80 Near Cherry Run, W. Vs. Married:- In Charles Town by A reunion of five daughters the Rev. W. G. Eggleston, Will- and their brother, natives of Jeff tam B. Tennant to Miss Lillie arson County and the children of EnIler, both of Shepherdstown; the late Mr. and Mrs. James B. in Ba.ltimore by the Rev. J. C. Furtney of Shenandoah Junction Stewart, Wilbur A. Winters to was held Wednesday Sept. 14th Miss Lula C. Trussell, both of the at "Coppafield", the home of Mr. county, and Mrs. Harold Eleoppage, near 90 --- YEARS AGO -- Gherry Run in Morgan County. They were Mrs. Emma G. Bran Died: . In Charles Town, Nat- tner and Mrs. Ruth E. Field of haniel Myers, aged 83 years, near tIyattsville, Md.; Mrs. Esther Charles Town. Mrs Catherine T. Moore of Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Washin~on, aged "36 years in Mary Darr of Charles Town, W, Va.; Mrs. Naomia Whittington of Charles Town. The armory grou- Shenandoah Junction and Mr. nds and water power at Harpers Ferry were bought by the govern- Charles It. Furtney of Cumber- mcnt at a bid of $55,000. The Hail land, Md. Rifle Works and Power were like Other guests were Mr. LarDy P. Field, Mr. G. W. Moore, Sr. and wise bought for $15,000. Miss Mary K. W~nittington. I This was the first time in more ~.~~;~,'~gcX'*,lBcV~:::~ than 30 years that the group had been togeh.ter. The recollections and anidotes flew thick and fast while a delightful dinner was en- joyed. By Kant Lane, Mgr. IMP. Wilfiam Waggy Charles W bi.g on 'rheatre Named To Head Charles "AN NOW MIGUEL" Showing Town High Band I~ters Friday and Saturday Sept. 30, Oct. 1. The impatience of a 10-year-old ers met at the Charles Town Sen- to grow up and do the work of an ior High School Sept. 21, 1966 for adult with the family flock of their first meeting of the school sheep results in a heart-warndng year. There were 40 members entry that should please young- present. The following officers stars and family aduiences alike, were elected for the coming year. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 B---7 be October 20. Mrs. Paul Reid, Junior Red Cross chairman, has sent out let- ters to teachers in regard to the November Drive. Ditty bags for children of Viet Nam have been made and will be filled in the near rupture. A course for Advance Admin- istrators will be conducted Oct- ober 19-21 in Alexandria, Va. At the board meeting of the ,lefferson County Chapter, Ameri can Red Cross, Sept. 19, 18 mem- bers were present to hear the final report of the Fund Drive. The Rev. Allen Bartlett sa~id a total of $5,061.35 or 82.95 percent of the goal. Home Services reported 67 cases still on hand at the end of Look for Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Jr. will attend. A letter of appreciation was read for the generous support of the special drive held recently. ~he next meeting of the board will be November 21. Be -- Adve i August. A total of 385 hours were given by 51 volunteers during July and August. . T.he new blood chairman, Roi] Evans, noted that the quota for the fiscal year 1966-67 will be 685 units. The next Bloodmobile will i m "= m nnnnn SCHEWELS in WINCHESTER U MORE VARIETY --- MORE COLOR -- MORE BEAUTY AND MORE VALUE FOR YOUR HOME! YOU WII ALWAYS BE PROUD TO OWN Nes out at Valley Board Cam- snow. Four Jetferson County men 40 -- YEARS AGO -- 40 Th: a l~:i~ts h sCh:t~ar~a~v~rMr~reWtel)iLmut~a~gy ~any as Union officmls and Valley named to Starer Board at Harpers 8adz 1 Counsel meet. Mrs. H. H. Ferry. Homecoming at Kearneys- . . some - P. '~ , usurer" Mrs Joe Li~tletown PHILCO COLOR T-V, RANGES, WASHERS, REFRIGERATORS ~Iunter new preszdent of Hospi- villa Presbyterian Church for de- Cleveland M. Se~bcrt of Martins a " entertainment that's well " " " ~- ............. ;"a~n ~-,, *h~ Demo picas , , '. . ~ The next meeting for the banct tal Auxiliary. Frank Coliey is dication of new building with the era~ ~f'~;r "~u~l*~,;e~ff O~he ~Circuit ] made, appropriately a.resseo In, boosters will be held Oct. 26, at helpful color, and containing gooo ~peaker for Kiwanis dinner in ob- Rev. John C. McLaughhn as speak ~,~, ;, +h, ~,,n',, (~o,,rt -,~,,oi-+ i ' I the Charles Town Senior High WARM MORNING M O H A W K ~ervance of Natmnal Newspaperer. Jefferson Jayceettes plan to ,~-,Z,/. ~,~-~;'~,~.~:, ~_~f, "~'"~_;;~1 performances. !School at 7"30 P M All Band ~eek with Max Brown in charge start program for Wright Denny e(1 lVL a. ~t. ~wozez ~nc m oc~]-I ............ n ~,,, THE -- ' . ' H e a t e r s C a r p e t ,~..~.., C,~,,nt. t. ,,oo.od hi~ hr~ I ~. u,u ..~**. ""'" _ raren~s are requested to be pre- ~f the program, haven are cnarg- Graded ~cnool playground. GaP ............. ~ .................. -. " " -in- Sun--- ............... i .... I LITTLE LADY Sho~ ~ sent as a number of projects and ed wztn vmiatmns of Gourt in-[ Wolnans Clut)is formed in Jeff-mar ~. ~rmer xv, omr who u eu a I ~,~n... ,~., o~ n-.u.. ,,rou" " ..... S E A L Y GENERAL- ELEC'rRIC (x,aolz hof~ro Mnrrio~t" In tin" I ~"~*"~"~=' '-'~' ,,-o-~..a,,. ,~ s z-important ouslness concerning of talented veterans, all of who . "~~ --~*,., - u~;',,ln Fr'tts and Mi~ ' ~ the youngsters in the band are to Ma t t r e s s e s & Vacuum Clea ers & ........ ' .......... know every scene stealing trick I~ ~ ~ n c .' -' be di~ussed At the first meet- COMMUNITY Hester Hayslett, both of the ou- ..~n me ......... COOK ana turn mem loose " " ..,...~,o.. ,. tx ..... t .... n v., , ing several fund raising projects B o x S p r i n g s A p p I i a n e e s ;;~'Gr;~,e'an~l'~I'iss"i),)a tIuS~ll;, ar~U~do2 f~r::rhtabwl~'hH;;~e~iaa.1 were planned. both of Shenandoah Junction r D I X I E B A S S E T T ,Saturday, Oct. 1, 1066 --- At 1.00P. M. . for delightful entertainment, and ~, n ~ .m Pnno 60 --- YEARS AGO --- 60 these actors deliver everything ~0r~0ra| ~avH~ r|||~ " D i n e t t e s Bed Room Furniture ~UIVliVlI;I' k'OlNl', W. VA. , they promise. It would be unfair -- Married: - At Bardane, this to single anyone out for special r*d~ [II~ ~ubeb~n~n~ K I N C A I D R 0 W E BENEFIT --- OF YOUTH FUND county, by the Rev. Thomas Cal- praise, but if we must, hats off to I ~,UU',-u n~u ~uu~nmn~aun~ V'reeze, Automatic vv ,;~'"asLe-', Oil Furnaces, Kitch- vin Jones, Miss Nannie Lee Bell Jason Robards, whose crusty man ....... Maple Bedroom Suites Li,Hng Room Suites / eaetteDeep Se , t'eiep 0ne Table, End 'lable, Bookcases, tOcounty.Mr. J.NewW. cornG" COOksoldbOthln. un"-af rtheles pokerner andprowdesnO-nonsense, someapprachhalarlous I" to _........._..._P~rtnrmantP 1111_.. zocker, Vacuum Cleaner, Desk Lamp, Pressure C.oo~- .-~ moments. , and Burgess Meredith,. ', Beaufort, S. C. ,~FHTNC~,. Au-~. Shop Schewels for Values and Easy Terms ~z's, Double Drainboard Sink, Metal Shower Cabinet, delightful as a doctor wsth a de- 31 Marine Corporal Davrd L. Companion Sinks, Oil Painting, Bi-Fld Drs' ILadlS' v,I E'T f3ll D~. ...... licious dream. 1' Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0., C It E W E L ,wo new3"Tel vision Sets, including one portable; Bea .Ln v u "DIE, DIE, MY DARLING" [ Lloyd of Route 1, Charles Town, A ttfftlATt~ H D 0 ~" Showing. Wed. Thur. Oct. 5-6 [ was cited by his commanding offi and Dress&r. ~ n ~ Tallulah Bankhead is no stranger {cer for outstanding effectiveness Lot of 4-Ft. Flouresceftt Lights, Men's Leather Suit: ' II MI= ~T to the fine are of bravura acting, in maintaining the aizx,.raft dur- case, Lamps and Shades, Globe,. V a~, Cake Pan, M~i~t" and here she proves conclusively ~in~ the mission Hlder'-5~r~ S t~-z ~~treI"cller" 't(~ ~cree-ns :4"t4%int. x ~~'1~' ~"'*e~:~ ~zc: " "25V" i i0wer, 3o" Nichols and: --Shepherd' T'Th _r_r!esher," --" " ~ |C~ /':"'GUARD ....... YOU~ " "tlVa~ she can n~lq've than hld her | ~Ie is '~9w ser'ving with Marine WlW ivlt~ i~thei~~he screen who havegrand'foundladieSnewOf 312),Fighterwhich'Squadrnhas returned312 (VMFA- ;from al "': 0~ ............. FuRIMIT~' ~---I'- (~0 II Row Corn Planter, A-1 Shape Power Mower, , ~..-~, .,~ impetus via the horror route,deploymen,t to Roosevelt Roads, I !'1 L1 Puerto Rico. I 19 WEST CORK ST. WINCHESTER, VA. FREE DELIVERY Bic-Yele One.Wheel Chormaster Tractor, Auto t"L _L J Personnel of VMFA-312 were Iotor Oil, 14-Ft. Cardinal Elevator, Merd e ,at- COMFORT .epneru Students participating in a combined Air Open Friday 'Til 9 P. M.--- Open Saturday 'Til 5 P. M. Fire Alarms, Several Gallons of Pain , a m m.mmem . Force, Navy, and Marine Corps i ha'r becue'G'rill, Electric Motors, Fertilizer, 20 Bales of CALL ,axv AwarDeD lllgnesT missile shoot for crew trainingi Sept. 8- 15- 22- 29 Oct.5 - 13- 20- 27 Straw, Approx. 1-Ton Mixed Hay, Shetland Pony, 1-Yr. . and missile evaluation. Old One Shoat, Calves, Forty Chickens, Bird Feeder, FOtt AUTOUATOO D|LI1~RIZ$ OF a . ,o .- -- ~" Several Sets of Used Tires and Other Small Articles. Acaoemlc honor . ALSO: (10) Ten Dollar Certificate from Jefferson County Motors and ,2)Two Hours Tractor Work in Nine Shel~herd College students gomn~nd were awarded the highest academ Summit Point Vicinity. ic honor the college offers, hat TERMS-CASH. Nothing To Be Removed Until Settled convocationf McMurranofSCholar,the faIlin semesterthe first For. Wednesday. Perforrn~noe Lunch Will Be Served by Members and Their Wives. following:Receivingsuethe A.awardDeLauney,Were the Not Responsibe For Accidents. Sharpsburg, Md.; Guy K. Kuhn, Keedysville, Md.; Phyllis McBee, :So th Jefferson ,Ruffian Club Ridgley, W. Va.; Margaret A. Hamstead, Kearneysville; Gi,lbert U Sept. 29-1t- Jones, Martinsburg; Margie You- ng, Williamsport, Md.; James KABLE OIL CO., INC, Jones, Rehoboth, Del; Robert Cia nelli, Itagerstown, Md.; and Lois DISTRIBUTOR A. Lowe, Shepherdstown. Past-elect MeMurran Scholars present and introduced by Dr. A. G. Slonaker, academic dean, in OF OLD DOMINION charge of t'he program, were: Wil liam Bowman, Follansbee;; Emily S. Mark, Bladensburg, Md.; and Arlene Young Rose, Berkeley Springs. Dr. Slonaker, reviewing the qualifications to be met by Notice is hereby given that on ~ candidates for the awrd, pointed SATURDAY, ,OCI BER 15, 1966 out, among the many qualificat- AT 10:00 A, M. ! ions, that l he candiate must have amassed a minimum of 64 seines. the following personal property from the Estate of Anne Lloyd 131 W. Washington St. ter hours of credit, ma4ntained a Baylor will be offered for sale at the residence at 529 South Charles Town, W. Va. 3.5 quality poin, t average, demon strated a desire and ability to George Street in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Vir- Telephone 725-2811 pursue scholarly inquiry been nominated by their major depart- Camaro Sport Coupe with style tnm group you c~n add. ginia: , Large walnut wardrobe with shelves and drawers; old ment, and elected by the unani- walnut dresser; walnut stands; roll.away bed and cots; sofa;C O L O R mous vote, save one, of their mahogany sleigh, complete; several wardrobes, some metal; Black & White instructors. maple dresser; magazine rack;" large waste basket; 9x12 rug; 6 x 121 rug; matting rugs; towel rack; 2 flrelplace grates; Attend Defla Kappa '~" andirons and screen; Iron pots; oak chest of drawers; other Camaro! Long, low hood. Short rear deck. Big-car stance for stabilitv. Strato-bucket dressers; suit eases & trunks; hat box; porch bench; porch Gamma O{flety seats. A 140-hp Six or 210-hp V8, depending on model. Camaro gives you a car full furniture; straight back and rocking chairs; tea cart; over h J~ stuffed chairs; bath scales; sewing machine; sewing board; The Eta ChaI~ter of the Delta of comforts from carpeting on the floor to vinyl upholstery all around. T ere s a iot china and glass ware; kitchen utensils; shopping cart; iron- Kappa Gamma Society, a national ing board; dlmmy johns; blanket chest; book case; books; honor society of women educators of security, too, with new safety features like the GM-developed energy-absorbing radio; telephone stand and chair; kitchen table and chairs; , held i~s first fall meeting in Fransteering column. Camaro! Sport coupe or convertible. You can order a Rally Spo t klin, W. Va. on Saturday, Sep- electric heater; carpet sweepers; table and floor lights; electric toaster; Frigidaire refrigerator; pair dresser lights; SALES - SERVICE temberMiss Lueille17" Heflebower,' chap- with hideaway headlights or an SS 350 with Camaro's biggest VS. See odr Chevrolet lawn mower; garden tools; snow shovel; garbage can; step ANTENNAS INSTALLED ter president, presided a~ the dealer now! r----m ladder; other articles not listed, initiation ceremony at which time ..... eigh~ new members from eastern TERMS: CASH ON DAY OF SAI~E. We~ Virginia were taken into (AT NOON oN THE SAME DAY, AT THE SAME PLACE, the society. Those who became ...~u.. REAL ESTATE UPON WHICH SAID ANNE LLOYD BAYLOR members from this area included: RESIDED WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE UPON THE Ranges - Refrigerators Mrs. Mary Elinor Peters, and Everything New That Could Happen... Happenedl Now, at Your Chevrolet Dealer'sl Mrs. Mary B. Adams of Charles ..................................................................................................................................................................................... TERMS OF AND AD APPEARING ELSEWHERE 1N THIS Air Conditioners-Washers Town, Mrs. Adetine Spring and Mrs. Jessie W. Hunter of Berk. 47-1ti7 PAPER.) ..... MARK B. WETZEL, as Executor eley Springs. under the will of Anne Lloyd BaylorA FINE SELECTION OF Others from this area in alien. dance included Miss Christine tIunter, Mrs. Margaret Kilmer, Auctioneers -. PAUL MILLER. JR. t Miss Frances tleflebo~cr, Miss ,~,- - 1I. CLAY TItARPE [Eleanor Ann Shirley, Mrs. HazelROUTE 310 EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 7.a-704a Clerks -- MOORE & MOORE Sept. 29.3t. SEALY BEDDING I Itendricks, Misses ~ildxed and [Mary Emma Conrad.