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Lelm red' the unv he was ea led home because of hisi Weekend callers upon Mr. and son, George, ,Tr. I grandfather's death. IMrs- Lewis Rissler were her Mrs. Charles Adams and daugh, Mr Milton Popkins, of Kablc-i niece, Miss Suzi Weatherhold, of ter, Martha, were accompanied town, celebrated his birthday on Manassas, Va, and Mrs. Jim Pal- by her sister, Miss Mary Magaha, Mrs. Julia Viands Wednesday at his home. chania, of Warrenton, Va. They of Ranson, to Shepherdstown on mmlk~~.~,:~l] Mr. Howard Brown and family also attended the Shepherd Col- Saturday to attend the Homecom- have moved from the Dailey farm lcge tlomecoming. Sunday call- ing. ~th Birthday I to the farm of Mr. Robert French ers were Lewis's daughters, the Mr. and Mrs Fred Pope, of Ber- s. Minnie Viands Shiflett, of] at Cattail. Misses Jane and Susan Rissler, of ryville, Va Mr. and Mrs. Dallas tianburg, Va celebrated her Very sorry to hear Mr. George Charles Town. Lester Kibler and four children, Y-fifth birthday on Oct. 1. Jones who remaains a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry Eyvon, Euie, Robin and Richard, children gave her a party at ' Newton Baker ttospital had a bad spent the weekend with their son- of Boyce, Va Mr. and Mrs. Aus- home. She received an fall last Sunday. in-law.and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. tin Nicodemus were Sunday af- . . . ter oon u a he home o r. at of money besides many Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell and mnnme riampton and sons, 'rer- n ~uests t t f M . - ry and Chuckm, in Balhmore, Md. and Mrs Harry Shirley and fam- prese nt. IIer husband, son, Rlcky, were callers of tits " o " - - Mr. Eugene Lancaster m on tw ily es, is a retired Baptist puarents, Mr. and Mrs. Powell, in weeks vacation from his work in ~ ~,n ~ ~ ~,~,o + ~ c,~,h her, and they are the par- Hamilton, Va. Virginia. On Monday afternoon TrC'~'tt2"~,~'~''t~h~*~JL~:~'; a'~':~' of five daughters and three Mrs. David Armstrong and an " They lost a son in March.daughter, Caroline, were callers ne wslteo nzs nepnew, oz L " h,ck- f--*b-ll h-me in Blarks caster, who is m the Hagerstown h, ,-~ Vo I~ * oot-~.a Shiflett is the sister of my Saturday on their daughter, Mrs. . . ad ""'~" " husband and Mrs. Maude Jackie Brown in Charles Town. Hospml recovering from a b " lwood. Three of her dough- Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Henryautomobile wreck in which oneI . ~rs. waWOOa tlreeuen ana fellow was killed laughter, Dianne, were among are trained nurses and one and sons, of Leesburg, were call- Mr. and Mrs. "William Poweli the guests who attended the par- the sons, William, is a Baptist ers last Wednesday of his par-.nn ,n William Jr nf ~amil- ty at the home of Mrs. Harold Preached in Danville, Va. [ents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland ton- 7qa'~: were c'ailers" on Sunday Wolfe. mie Viands stopped by onHenry. Y to see his grandmother, [ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Getzandan-upon ttheir son and daughter-in- Mrs. Tommy McDonald and la~,Mr. and Mrs Jerry Powell, daughter were guests at the home Julia Viands. He was on der, of Ranson, spent Thursdayand son, Ricky. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to Dulles Airport, near i afternoon with Mrs Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fi'itts and Garland McFillen, of Winchester, where he left by[Mr. and Mrs. Kerfoot Dailey, father, Mr. Leonard Pritts, were Va on Saturday. California and then on of New Jersey, are spending two n~aied over there with friends as and son, Johnnie. where he will be stationed weeks on the farm of ther cous- two more years. His wife re- ins, Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler WALL PAINT * Easy to apply with roller or brush Odpless type, dries in 20 minutes * Washable for the life of the finish Clean up with soap and water LATEX 6ALLON time oa~ *ENAMEL I-COAT DRIPLESS time ~y EIUNG WHITE , Repols dirt and stains ) Satia smooth low lusb'e finish for woodwork and walls $ 2O-minuta dry---soap and water citron-up - $ I~mtching colors to Lmt~x Flat )me he's I Repels dirt Ind stains Satin smooth low lustre finish for woodwork tnd wails 20-minute dry--soap and water chmn-up Matching colors to I.ttax Flat Charles Town, W. Va. DIAL 725-2004 --N. MILDRED STREET I ttaving sold my farm, I will sell the following located 1 mile ~est' of-'Maxtinsburg, W. Va. Turn Sou h off Route No. 45 at ~Yder's ~ross Roads (Follow Signs.) SATURDAY, NOV. 1st. 1969 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. "12 -- HEAD DAIRY CATTLE -- 12 j1. (;umsey Cow will freshen in December; 1 - Holstein and ~et~ey Cow full flow of milk; 1 - Holstein Cow milking will ~reshme~ in January - 1 Gurnsey and Jersey Cow milking, will freshmen in WinCer; 4 Holstein Bulls all large e~ough for aevvice (600-900 lbs,); 4 Holstein Bull Calves 300-350 lbs FARM MACHINERY p MeDevr~g Model No. 230 Tractor with Manure Loader; ogt Hole Digger, 2-14 Inch Plows, and Corn Planter, all Fast ~i~ch; M~Derring Super A Tractor with snow blade; 16 Inch ~ow and 1 row Cultivator and mower; New Holland Field L~lopper with Corn Head and Pick up attachments; Case 6 ft. ~bine with Grain Bin; Jo~ n Deere C~rain Drill; McDerring ~ least RRch Mower; Field Sprayer; McDerring Tractor ~t~re Spreader; Side Rake; Ensilage Cutter; Corn Sled; .~Ubber Tire Wagon; Hammer Mill; American Wire Stretchers; ~ Wheel Wagon; Grind Stone; Platform Scales; Lathe; Ele- Heater; 2 old Binders; Old Drill,s and a lot of other Junk. Disc Harrow; Wood ,Frame Harrow DAIRY EQUIPMENT Milk Cooler; Can Hoist; David Bradley Motor; Pump a~l Pipeline wRh 2 Milking U,nits; 10 - 10 Gal. Milk Cans etc. FEED Bales Hay - Mow of Loose Hay; I00 Bu. Barley; I00 Bu. hea ; 70 Straw. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE he re{glued n{ne pounds, two ounces. Mrs. Courtney is the for- mer Karlen Lee. Kathy Virginia McDonald and Karol Lee McDonald were re- Cently weekend guests at the home of grandmother, Mrs. Charles McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pope, of Berryville, Va Mr. and Mrs. Dal- las L. Kibler and children, Eyvon, Euie, Robin and Richard, Boyce, Va enjoyed a Cookout at Bab- bling Brook on Sunda~. Carters Have Daughter Announcement is made of the birth of a daughter, Julia Ann, to GY/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Carter, of Minneapolis, Minn. The mother is the former Ann Rankin. They are parents of two other, chil- dren, two sons, Mike and Jeff. Miss Dorothy Lake -.~ - - ~=- - ~ i~ Mrs. (~eor~e Dfllo?,Mr. and Mrs. John Milton aand children, Mr. and Mrs. George Milton, Donnie Dillow, Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Tom- blin and daughter, Ed Gray, Mr. sPmrP rARm ADV A THURSDAY, O BER 16, 1969 : B--3 m ~ ~ i m m m m m ~ J Keesecker were Saturday evening and Mrs. Doald Johnson and thai- nita Ryman. ' I dren, Mrs. Maude Milton and son, Randy Longerbeam, of Bolivar, ) visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Den,- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tomblin, Mr. spent Sunday with his grand. [ nison, of Charles Town. .~ and Mrs. Joe Fritsgerald, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Long-) MyrtleMrS" Homer Presgraves, Mrs. erbeam.Presgraves and [ [~i~ ]'0 '~ ~r~ ii daughter Mrs. Katherine Johnson and SU and son-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Long- daughter, Trudy, and Mr. Gilbert ,* erbeam, Mrs. Dorcas Upwright, I, . - i , Liz Presgraves, Mrs. Ralph John- ley Drish. Goldie Turner, Mrs. E II - Mary Apell, Mrs. Myrtle Longer- beam, Mrs. Annabelle Ballenger, MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AND Irene Seal, Jody Longerbeam, LEADING EXCHANGES Mrs. Eliza Milton, Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow, Mrs. Charles ~Red- RE651EI NTATNS mond and Jerri, Mrs. Sally Lilla, Bill Carper and Dale Appell. ,I m Cake, nuts, potato chips and iced tea were served. Many nice MRS. ELEANOR CASEY, MANAGER gifts were received by Mrs. Dil- low. ELLIS MILLS, Ii And DAVID B. B. HALL Mr. and Mrs. George Brent, of Indiana, were recent weekend IN WIN CHESTER, VA AT guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey 8 SOUTH BRADDOCK STREET Wesh Stands; Dresser; 2 Kerosene Lamps; Piano; Piano eh; 2 Kerosene HeaCers; 9 piece Dining Room Suite; 3 ttrner Off Stove; 2 Platform Rockers; 2 Rocking Chairs; 8 ~,t~ight Back Ch~irs; Bed Springs; and Mattxess; Coffee Table; ~ta~ld~; 2 Radios; 2 Swings; ~)ld Picture Frames; Glider, Vases; tots; Pans; Dishes and other articles; .Metal Wardrobe. tIRMS Of Sale CASH" Nothing to be removed until ed For. . " for Accidents on Premises. Responsible ll h will be served by the Pentecostal Church of God. Edward "Ned" Morrow Wk: Charles "Buddy" Ware of Sale Household Furniture Farm Machinery tle. EARL 1". ARMBEsTER 16-2-t. dinner guests on Sunday evening Parents of Son A stork shower was given in of friends near Frederick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Courtney honor of Mrs. Shirley Dillow by Mrs. Melvin Fritts received a announced the birth of a son on Mrs. Betty Milton on Saturday letter from her daughter, Mrs. Monday in Charles Town General evening, Oct. 11. Charlie Brown, from Japan, that hed daughter had underwent sur-1H spital" Named Kenneth Evans, Those attending were Mr. and gery at the Air Base hospital] there. [ Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston] and daughter, Dianne, gave theirI Meadows. Mr. Otto Ryman and daughter, Miss Maida, of Ranson, were Sun- day evening guests of Mr. Edward Ryman and daughter, Miss Jua- Providing All Types Of Investment Services Oct. 2.5.t. son James, a birthday shrimp par- ty and also his uncle, Harry Johnston. Among those helping James to celebrate were Mr. Owen Johnston, Mr. Jack Mock, Barbara Johnston, Kenny Brill, Patsy Seal, Mr. and Mrs. Edward BBlatzer and daughter, Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hough and daugh- ters, Beverly and Kim, and Mr. Zane Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston and five boys, of Harpers Ferry, were Sunday callers upon his brother, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston and family. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent Sunday afternoon with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Henry and family in Leesburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were in Berkeley Springs visiting friends and Sunday callers of the Miltons were Mr. and Mrs. John Creamer, of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and daughters, Donna and Tammie, spent Sunday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearer in Berkeley Springs. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Patient In Hospital Mr. Garland McFillen is a pa- tient in the Winchester Memo- rial Hospital, having been taken there Friday evening by ambu- lance. He was cutting corn and caught his left leg in the binder and had to he cut out of the bind- er with a torch. Mr. Herman Swartz has re- turned to his home after being a patient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pritchard and daughter, Betsy, spent the weekend in Charleston and at- tended the Pritchard family re- union. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Breeden and son, Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr, Mr. Bert Racker and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and three children, Ter- ry, Dianne and Elwood, Jr were Sunday afteTnoon guests at the home of Mrs. George Breeden and O O @ CHEESE - JELLY - BUT 0 *0 0 'Z Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Oct. 16-17-18 WALT DISNEY'S "RASCAL" AND 'Hang Your Hat on the Wind' Showing at 7 & 9:20 P. M. SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "LEATHERBURNERS" Hopalong Cassidy "THE GAY AMIGO" Cisco Kid Sun. Thru Thurs. Oct. 19-23 From the Country that gave you "I Am Curious" (Yellow) "I N G A" FOR ADULTS ONLY Showing at 7 & 9 P. M. Matinee m Sunday 2 P. M. FORT DRIVE-IN HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. lira Fri.-Sat.-Sun. Oct. 17.18-19 ' rlMBERLAND" Frankie Avalon . Alan Ladd "Where Were You When The Lights Went Out" Doris Day - Robert Morse PLUS LATE BONUS SHOW Strictly For The Adults AT NO EXTRA ADMISSION "SUGAR DADDY" Peanut butter or pat cheese or breast of turkey a sandwich takes on extra dimensions of goodness when your bread is Blue Ribbon Sunbeam. Freshness is why. Freshness means Sunbeam has just- baked goodness Plus a tender texture that makes other breads seem just ordinary. You owe it to your next sandwich to use the Fresh One. Blue Ribbon Sunbeam. Folks keep coming back for more.