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THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 7 5-7068 - Phones. 876.6460 Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr Preaching Sunday morning in the Methodist Church at 10 o'clock; Sunday School at 11. Callers last week of Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr were Tuesday eve- ning, Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, and Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. C. C. Henshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Furr, of Charles Town, left last Wednes- day morning for Iowa to visit ||g ]6 oz. can S1 9 19 colors plus varnish, primer and clear. Ready to use-no preparation Dries dust free in 30 minutes Saves cleaning brush or roller Use for lawn furniture, bicycles, household ap- pliances, mail boxes, tractors, machines, tools, dozens of other applications. Covers those "impossible to get to" places. Guaranteed to spray smoothly, evenly. LL PHONE 725.5113 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Having discontinued farming, I will sell the following located o~ Rou~e 9 (Ma~inshurg~HedgesTille Road) 2 n~iles West of Ro~le 9 and ]~tevstate 81 I~ erchange. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1969 11:00 M.D . T LIVESTOCK 4 Hereford Cows; 4 Hereford Calves (450-500 lbs.); Sow (will have third litter last of October); M~e Hog (300-350 lbs); Pony FARM MACHINERY AND TOOLS In~ional Super C Tractor and CuRivator; V Snow Plow for IrRernational Tractor; Oliver Trailer Plow (2-12" BOC~om Plows; Wag(m with flat Bed and with Steel Wheels; Oliver Manttre Spreader (4 W~heel Rubber Tire; McCormick Derring Grain Dri 1 (Steel Wheels); Ir~terv~tio~al Sidle Delivery Rake; Oliver Tractor Mower; Disc Harrow; Corn Planter for Inter- nati(mal A - Tractor; Inter~ati.orral Horse Corn Planter; Inter. nati(mal 2 Wheel Rubber Tire Trailer; Junk Grain Drill with Good Box; Land Drag; Universal Milker Pump; Cistern Pres- sttre Pump; Hay Fork, Rope .and Pulleys; Junk Hay Loader; Drill and Rake Wheels; 40x60 Bank Barn; 200 Bales Hay; Few Bales S~raw; Double Shovel Plows; Feed Gr'mder; Platform Scales; Lot Harnes; Sadie and Bridle; Milk Cans; Off Drums; Corn Sheller; Sausage Grinder; Meat Slicer (Electric) 16' Feed Trough; Rotmd Water Trough; I)eho~ners (New); Craftman Table Saw (Like New) Skil Saw with Case; 5 H. P. Riding Lawn Mower; Tap and Die Set; Pipe Threader; Pipe Cutter; Log Cl~in; Pipe ",Vrench~; Lot of Hand To~Is and Garden Tools; Burlap Bags; Nose Leads; 8 Can M21k Cooler; Being Used Far Feed Box a~ Numerous Other Articles. Model "T" Ford MOCar Mortared on Steel Wheels and Running Good. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of Old Dishes; Oil Lamps; Medicine Cabinet with Ligths; Quilting Frames; Iron Griddle; Awnings Wood Starm Windows and Screens; and Numerous oCher Articles. Child Bed Elecetric Hea~e~-; Glass Jars; Cold Packed Pudding; Can Lard; Some Canned Fruit. 30 LA~ HENS 1 ROOSTER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH SERVER BY SWAN POND 4-H CLUB AUCT: EDWARD "NED" MORROW CLERK: GEORGE W. GAIN JOHN AND ANNIE HARTLEY Oct. 3.2-t. America's Mrs. Southall. Juan ~a~rae town Church by Misses Jenny Mrs. A. R. Delauter spent the ~,un ~a LJU, m~n,~ ]and Josephine Sims, two colored weekend in Frederick, Md and I ladies who lived near Myerstown. attended the Frederick Fair. ~ Np~ P~flm~ Fd|ed[~ When they heard about the first Mrs. Ed Dunbar has returned -~v - 1, disappearance it was then they from Detroit where her brother,'ae, ,~ ~# e I gave this Pulpit Bible. Arvil Cutshall, died. On Wednes-AT[er ~U ~e~ ~|~e i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sable and day Mrs. Graham Bullock, Colin Dunbar and Mrs. Dunbar at- tended the funeral in North Carolina. Kitty Karyl Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barley Link, has gone to Atlanta, Ga where she will be working at Emery Hospi- tal. She is a graduate of West Virginia University. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr accom- panied Mrs. F. P. Owens and Pat- ty to the Locust Grove Rest Home Thursday afternoon taking some things the Leetown Home Dem- onstration Club had donated. One of Lyle Tabb's tenant houses had a fire recently. A stove exploded, not causing much damage. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swartz, of Charles Town, visited Sundayaf-- ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and children, of White Post, Va were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove. Miss Diane Collis, from W. Va. University in Morgantown, spent the weekend with her parents, CHARLES D. LYON Charles D. Lyon, president of The Potomac Edison Company, will retire October 1, ending a career that spans more than 40 years. Mr. and Mrs. Wai, ren Collis. MAt. native of Meriden, Conn Miss Marlyn Dunn and Miss Lyon graduated from Yale in Debbie Sisk gave a shower Satur-I 1927 with a Bachelor of Philoso- day evening for Miss Kay Jackson phy degree. He joined West Penn who will marry Robert Brady the Power Co - an affiliate of Poto- first part of October, mac Edison - at Pittsburgh in Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bradley 1929 and the following year be. have announced the birth of a came advertising manager for daughter. Blue Ridge Bus Lines, a subsidi. John Milton, of Millville, Rob- ary of Potomac Edison. ert Tabb, of Kearneysville, and Mr. Lyon moved to Hagerstown Marty Austin, of Taylor County, in ~1932 and ~vas named advertis. represented West Virginia as a ing manager for Potomac Edison dairy judging team at the Atlan- in 1939, serving in that capacity tic Rural Exposition in Rich- until 1953 when he became pro- mond, Va last week. The team motional manager. He advanced placed second with North Caro- to general commercial manager line as first, in 1957 and, the followilig year Some of the local boys from was elected a vice president of Charles Town Vo. Ag. department PE, in charge of marketing and that judged at Morgantown Sept. public relations. 18 through 20, were John Gray, Elected executive vice presi- Mike Magaha, David Jackson, dent in 1964, he became president Ronnie Demory and Robert Tabb. of the utility company on Feb- John Gray was second in farm ruary i, 1965. I mechanics and Robert Tabb placed third individual in dairy -- ~ --~ - - -~ : : judging. They were guests of the university at the Maryland- W. Va football game. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tabb left Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Sunday by plane for the Ameri- can Dairy Assn. meeting in New ~ ~ -~~ ~ : ~- --~ Orleans, La. The following was written by the late Mr. Charles D. Johnson on a fly leg in the old Pulpit Subscribe To The Spirit Bible once used in the stone church at Kabletown. Lost and missing from the Old I I IIII/IL Stone Church, Kabletown for a period of several years estimated from 1910 to 1920. Where this Old Bible was all that time no " - one knew but Mr. Clarence D. Eby late of Charles Town notifi. ed the late Mr. B. F. Yates that a package had been left in his store for him. Same was this Bible but no one knowns who had it or who left it. Once again this Bible was re- NF.AT ~TIJ moved from the Church this time from the Church basement When this happened is not known but Rev. Gengrich who was our pastor from June 1940 to Septem- ber 1945 asked for a Bible to open an official board meeting but none could be found in the base- ment. Several persons inquired about this Bible but with no re- suits. However in March 1946 a request was made of Rev. Clar- ence Lloyd of the Shannondale Charge to lend a wooden cross which was in the Fairmount Chu- rch to the Kabletown Church to be used at the Easter Service. This was granted. This lost Bible was found on the pulpit in the RELIABLE Fairmount Church. At the next official board meeting a report DELIVERIES was made to this effect. No one knew how or why the Bible hap- pened to be there. Contact was made with Rev. Lloyd asking him We're always oll call if our Bible could be brought tO keep yoa supplied back and another one by put in its place. He gave his permission with top heating off. and wrote that our Bible was at Fairmount Church when he was ,assigned to that Charge approx- imately ten years ago 1936. A smaller Bible was purchased and left in the church when the Wooden Cross was returned. Our Bible was placed June 30, 1946 DISTRIBUTOR again in the basement of the Kabletown Church for how long Dial 725-2215 no one knows (It is now being kept in the sanctuary of the RANSON, W. VA. Church). ,The present Bible which is now I I bl~ing used was given to the Sable In just 12 weeks, H&R Block, America's Largest Income Tax Service, will teach you how to prepare income tax returns and how YOU can make extra money as a trained tax consultant. An ideal course for housewives, students, retired people--anyone wanting to make EXTRA MONEY. No previous experience i required. Enrollment open to anyone. ENROLL NOW! CLASSES START OCTOBER 15 CHOICE OF DAY OR EVENING CLASSES LOW COST TUITION INCLUDES ALL SUPPUE~ FULL OR PAItT4'IME EMtPLOYMENT OPPOSTUN/TIES TAUGHT BY EXPERIENCEO NLOCK TAg PEUPLE .223. N. Market St, Frederick, Maryland 21701 PHONE 662-3443 223 N. Market St. " Frederick, Maryland 21701 Please send me a registration form and information about the 1970 H & R Block Basic Income Tax Course. This is a request for information only and places under no obligation to enroll. NAME CITY -. = STATE ZIP CODE TELEPHONE NUMBER READ THEWANTADS ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY their five children of 7919 Elva- ton Road, Glen Burnie, Md. were callers Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sable and was interest- ed about the places connected with his grandfather's home. Quite an interesting fact is that Bob has a co-worker who has a summer home at Shannondale who subscribes to the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate. He asked Bob if he knew anything about Kabletown as he had often read this column. Bob became inter. ested, so Sunday he came to in- quire about his ancestral home. Mrs, Oral B. Hughes" and Mrs. Howard Clendening both mem- bers of The Kabletown Home Demonstration Club spent last week at Jackson's Mill attending a planning meeting for the 1970 program. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gaynor and family of Middleway were visitors Friday of her mother, Mrs. Georgia Brown. They brou- ght a report of the death of Dan- iels father the late Mr. James N. Gaynor which occurred Friday in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital. Our sympathy is extended to the members of the family. The deceased once resided on Runnymede Farm owned by Mr. C. D. Boyer and in the Fairmount Community. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes and Mrs. Shirley Howell attended the din- ner Saturday night given by the Schenck Food Company for In- stitutional Food Buyers and their families at their place of busi- ness in Stevens City, Va. Wayne Hill son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Hill, who enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps left Monday for Parris Island. Elmer billow has purchased a 1970 Ford ~A ton pickup truck. Mrs. Roy Jenkins has been suf feting from a badly infected hand Nelson White, driver of Battle- town Long Distance Truck lost several days from work due to a breaking out on his hands and arms as a result of coming in contact with a chemical. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White at- tended the funeral Wednesday afternoon of Mr. Thomas Fowler late of Berryville, Va. World Wide Communion will be administered Sunday Oct. 5 at nine o'clock in the local church. I On Friday night Oct. 17 Mrs. C. D. Boyer will be hostess to the local W. S. C. S. at her home Shannon Park beginning at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford their two children, of near Ran- dalstown, Md. spent the weekend with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford Sr Martins burg and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sees, Gerrardstown. They spent Sunday evening with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. READ THE WANT ADS SPIRIT OF JEFFDRSON FARItrER' ADVOCATE THURSDAY, O( TOBER 2, 1969 nnd thnn s0mn | mm lfyour kid's been hiding out lately when he gets on the phone, take the hint. There are probably some things he'd rather discuss without an audi- ence around. And he's entitled. After all, asking a girl out at his age is hard enough. But when the whole family's listening in, a guy could freeze. Help loosen young Don Juan's tongue. Call your General Telephone business office and him an extension phone. Then he can have t te-&-t6tes without feeling self-conscious. When a kid feels you don't want to listen in on all his private conversations, he's more apt to tell you about them. An extension phone gives him that choice, FJ(tenslog phons by 8eilePal Telepholle. USE OUR CONVENIENT CHARGE PLAN DOWNTOWN WINCHESTER, VA. Open Friday Night Until 9 P. M. The "New" Natural Shoulder? You're looking At It. Authoritative, But In Tune With The Times. Notice The Broad, Man- Crafted Lapel. 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