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I doah Junction. l her home near Bakerton, Mrs. ]the appreciation dinner tendered lafternoon they attended a party] SPIRIT OF J-EFFERSON FARMER' ADVOCATE | Feaures Of Blue Ridge Live- Georgia Trundle, wife of GeorgeTMr. James Strider, president of]at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. H0W-~ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1969 stock Sales were prime veal top, T. Trundle, Sr.; at his home in the Bank of Charles Town on[arwd (Sonny) Bush, of nearI $37.25; cows active to strong.IIagerstown, Vernon N. Simmons, the completion of 40 years of~Charles Town. q, ~e vEAng Ac~.n ~o son of the late Dr. J. V. and Mrs. service. The affair, a surprise toI A baby sower was tendered[Sr entertained guests at a Mr. Kenry Brill, of Berryvill~! Tt~e-Ha~'pers'~'I~erry--'t~olivar IIariett Neill Simmons, of Charles the honored guest, was held in [Mrs. Robert Kelly, of Leesburg, I shrimp party Saturday night in~ Mrs. Ed Blatzer, daughter, Pa~[ t ; ~ ,h i~ h~,I ~* ,~,Town. i the Hilltop Hotel. I Va formerly Miss Carolyn Fritts, honor of the birthday of their Mr. Owen W. Johnston, Ja~I t'~'ia'n's ~(,"r~ t'he"~l'e~dica~tio'n"eere"'- Charles Wageler, of Millville, ! Mr. and Mrs. Willard White vis-] on Saturday night at the home of' son James Jr and the raOCK, mr. and Mrs. l~aul Houg~l L i " ' runny for thP n~w IT ~ Rnut~ .~4n was k lied when he grasped a mtd on Wednesday ins brother,~ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PaulI. ' . ~u~,u~r~ Kem and Beverly, all dt 10 -- YEARS AGO -- 10 of her son, John Sudler; Henry c r "r t Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. McIn-]Penwell, 59, at his home in the and ~henandoah River brid~e ha ged wl e a the Standard Mr. Laurence White and family, ] Rowland. i oromer, harry Jonnsmn, o~ near Charles Town, John M Hill,]. i Mr nnd Mr~ C g M~rr~r L me & Stone Co where he had of Berrywlle. On Friday they[ 'Mrs. David Heishman and were Miss Barbara Johnston bell, Martinsburg. 1 tyle and three daughters left onlMt. Mission section. ',i"~t"lv-a'h~prv'-~'~" th~ir~.~nth--w~d- been employed for over 20 years, visited her sister, Mrs. Thomas[daughter, Barbara, of Mt. Ham-tCharles Town. Those present Myerstown, and Mr. Zane Camp~ Monday, Oct. 12, for Saigon, Viet-I Married: Miss Judy Jean n " ' din~ ~nnivpr~arv at their homo W.H.S. White, preside t of P. Jenkms, Ransom We are glad] mend Farm, were VlSltors Sunday nam, where Dr. McIntyre will [ Southard of Raleigh, N. C daugh- i'~".~ho~"h"~rd~'*-n-~n Shepherd College, was elected that Mr. White is able to drive [ afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Milton I have responsibility of caring for I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Bur'n~s Huyett of the Charles District. . Governor of the W. Va. his car. / Popkins and Mrs. Clarence Small- / ~ ~ ~ [ the health of many Americans in ]Southard, Shenandoah Junction, 1 / that area. I to Sgt. Warren "Dick" Walker, 'Vn~n Kiwani~ Chlh wa~ .nan' Kiwanis Clubs Mr and Mrs Oral B Hughes wood venr of the 60 YEARS AGO 60 'entertained their 500 card club[ Mr and Mrs Rinehart John-i ~AG ~Hl i | The Corning Glass Works of I son of Mr. William Walker and mously elected Go r o "-- -- ~ t " " " " " a Astrmt 6, Kiwanls Inter- . P 1 Corning, N Y. will build a multi-[the late Mrs. Walker, of Ranson; w v n R F White, who had o erated a their home, Avon l-hll, on Fn- son, ther daughter, Jacque, of n tmnal. P g P,/ million~oUar "plant south of Mar- [ Miss Patricia Carter Miley, a " a hoto ra h business in Charles uay mgm ~'rom ~oyal, va, and ner morner, tinsburg on Route 11. [daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C.E. Harry Barker, who was scoutedTown for 18 months, sold out to Mr. Bush Honored /Mrs. B. F. Riddleberger, of t by several major and minor R. H. Pearmon, of Culpeper Co i Mr. Howard O. Bush was hen-| Charles Town, were dinner guests APPLIANCE CF TER Died: Oscar G" Darlingt n, ] Miley, f Berryville, t Mr. league baseball chibs, has signed Va. i ored Saturday night when mem.| of Mrs. C!arence Smallwood at I [[ 70, W. Congress Street, in Charles [ Charles Wm. Kackley, son of Mr. a contract with the Athletics. Mel- Low water in the Shenandoah bers of his family gathered at his/nilhop tiotei ~unaay. Town General ttospital; Samuel ~ and Mrs. Denzil Kackley, of Ber- vin Wimpy Zombro, former River reduced electric power at home for a celebration of his/ Gave Shrimp Party Lee Phillips, Jr 74, Charles Town [ ryville; Miss Joyce A. Stroop, business man and insurance[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Charles Town High School base- the power plant at Millville, natal anniversary. On Sundayl Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston, broker, in the local hospital; [ Stroop, of Shenandoah Junction, ball star and member of the Am- enough to cripple industries in Mxs. Cora A. Sudler, Alexandria, ] to Mr. John G. Seal, son of Mr. erican Legion team, also signed a Charles Town and Winchester. contract with the Philadelphia Married: Miss Nina Woodward, m~m mira m m ~ ~-ffi ~ -- --~ Va at Annandale, Va the home and Mrs. Thomas Seal, of Shenan- Athletics" formerly of Summit Point, to I~11 1 ~ P ~~ 1~ t[ ----'----~ Died: Mrs. Bess Cullers Baker, Frank D. Hamby, of Toronto, r~~ii ~ ~~ll~=== I former resident of Charles Ohio; Miss Mary Robertson, FLAVOR THAT CARRIES YOU BACK !Town, at her home in St. Albans, daughter of the Rev. Arthur S. N~'TfII~ITI~ 9~ I0~ . 1/t. NN k M TO THE OLD WEST Va.; Mrs. Minnie Lee Hooe, Floyd, of Alexandria, Va to the v,zvu~ -~, a~u a~. u~ ~t. tvs, i wife of Shirley Hooe, in Charles Rev. Arthur Edmund PendletonOne walnut extex~io~ ~ble" u~ch SUNBEAM Town General Hospital. Dandridge, a native of this coun- comulet ~'~ ''p~ I>OWl see! one o.u furnace, ty; Miss Maude Fulton, Of Charles p e w~m .tanK; one moa-~-~ sara; wasns~axm; ures; vype- BLUE RIBBON RANGE BERKELEY PLAZA THEATRE MARTINSBURG, W. VA. -- PHONE 267-2620 |n Michael Burns Eastman COLOR ~.----~ SATLRDAY & SUNDAY MAIINEE ONLY "PINOCCHIO" -- In Color STARTS SUNDAY --- 3 DAYS ONLY Married: Miss Alma Patricia Ambrose, Charles Town, to Wil- liam A. Sizemore, of Toledo, Ohio; Miss Virginia Lee Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Thompson, of Shepherdstown, to James Robert Whittington, son of Mr. Charles A. Whittington and the late Mrs. Whittington, of Charles Town. 30 -- YEARS AGO -- 30 James W. Milton, of Charles Town, bought the farm of Mr Floyd E. Swimley containing 76 acres, located on the Summit Point road, for $8500. J. W. Cain purchased the Duf- fields elevator property from the Baker Feed & Grain Co. New additions to the personnel of the Leetown Fish ttatchery in- cluded Mrs. Ned Hall, Bartlett H. Hagen and Floyd G. Bryant. Died: At his place of employ- ment with the B & O Railroad Co. in Brunswick, Md.; Iterbert E. Benjamin, of Harpers Ferry; at her home in Carichue, Ireland, Miss Minnie IIopkins, aunt of John and Minnie ttopkins, of Charles Town; at the home of her son in Engle, Mrs. Jennie Mit- chell, lifelong resident of the county. The Rev. Frank A. Tyler and the Rev. W. H. Best, former pas- tors of the local Methodist Church, retired from the minis- try. 40 -- YEARS AGO --- 40 The Board of Directors of the Charles Town & Summit Point Building & Loan Association or- dered that a new series of the association be started during the winter. Business men who will conduct the association are Eddy B. Reed, president; Dr. J. J. Pitt- man, wee president; Clayton L. ltaines, secretary-treasurer; and the following directors: the Hen. Frank B. Robinson, B. H. Riddle- berger, H. P. Whitmore, C. E. Miley, Jas. A. Smith, C. P. Welter and W. F. Alexander. Died: At his home in Harpers Ferry, Charles H. Hackley; at his SIDNEY POTIER "TO SIR WITH LOVE" SPENCER TRACK - SIDNEY POTIER "GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER" home in Charles Town, Lambert Mason: at his home near Boyee, Va Franklin Pierce Colston; at Hartinsburg, W. Vs Phone 263-1421 LAST 3 NITES I --- "B DES OF BLOOD" And "BLOOD FIEND" NOT FOR THE WEAK HEARTED! enemies of everything and everyone but each other mFONl SllfffiL VIOLENCE FEAR FOLLOWS THEM -;-~tll(I IN N GET OUT OF TBEIR W, k3f m' u CAN! J II /I I / Town, to Mr. Henry W. Winter- meyer, of Shepherdstown. 80 -- YEARS AGO --- 80 Stephen D. Castleman, brother of the late Henry W. Castleman, of this county, died in George- ;own. Married: In Middleway, by the Rev. Frank A. Strother, George R. Merchant, of Frederick, Md to Miss Elmira J. Vorhees, of this county. 90 --- YEARS AGO -- 90 Wheat was quoted in Baltimore at $1.25 a bushel. The Bushley farm of 403 acres north of Middleway and owned by D. F. Shoemaker, was sold to G. Milton Lamon, of Berkeley Couny at $20 an acre. Henry A. Burton, Charles Town jeweler, was shot with a trap re- volver he had set for burglars. writer table; kitchen stool; maple living room suite; medicine cabinet; odd chairs; dishes; l~chen utensils; one 6x16 trai~ layout; single bed; clothes dryer; electric ironer; radios; vacuum cleaner; tools; tire chains; toys; clothing; walnut chair; picture; some new merchandise; porch glider; canopy frame and cover; new diaper pail; bongo drums; bed .table; lawn mower; wardrobe; candle holders; antique items; one baby bed, new; one plastic chair; palm sprayer; law~ mowers; one 3-H.P. Brady garden tractor with mower, cultivator; chests of drawers; odd chaixs; bathroom lavatory; Hump pump; gas stove; rugs; one pig; antique disl~s etc.; ease motor oil; many new teems; step end tables (2 sets); lamps; hedge trixamers; piamo; 1-room air conditioner; floor lamps; bicycle; kitchen cab- inet; trunk; sprayer; new dishes; new ~oaster; televisions. Many more new items have been given. This sale will be worth your attention. LOCATION OF SALE --GOODE BROTHERS GARAGE All members of Asbury Church please call for pick-ups on do~atiov.s. ~any of the~e articles axe practically new and all are in good co~dRion. PAUL MILLER - Auctioneer It. E. MORELAND Clerk LI You can't meet the electrical needs of today with the circuits and outlets of yesterday. Let us up-date them, give you more horsepowerl Reason- able rates. DIAL 725-5516 For Fast, Expert Service N. George St. - Charles Town. W. Va. Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Worshiu Service Sunday Worship Service will be held Sunday morning, Oct. 19, at 9 o'clock. Church School follows at 10 o'clock. The Kabletown Church Memo- rial Fund has received a gift in memory of Mr. Thomas P. Jekins, late of Ranson. Parents of Son Kevin is the name given to the 8 pound, 6~z ounce baby boy born Oct. 2 in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital, Ranson, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howell, J,Rose Hill /arm. Mr. and Mrs. James Dodge re- :ently moved from near Berry- ille, Va to Avon Bend owned by Col. Glymp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rissler, of Washington, D: C spent a part of their vacation at Rural Retreat.~ They later in the week went ton, Pea Hills, Pa to visit their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Rissler. The group came to Ru- ral Retreat for the weekend. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry Clipp have been Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grim, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough, their three boys, of Ranson, Mrs. Nichols, of Stephens City, Va Mrs. Alma Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Clipp and family, Mrs. Clipp's mother, Mrs. Velma Deavers, all of Berryville, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow, this vicinity. Injured Two Fingers Chubby Seal injured two fingers on his left hand Tuesday while assisting his father, Mr. Eddie Seal, with a repair job on the lat- ter's truck. Several stitches were required to close the wounds. Miss Sue Ellen Bush attended Oct. 9-3t- Asbury Methodist Church t Having sold my home I will sell the following Antiques and Modem Furniture, located at 214 Liberty Street, Berryville, Virginia, on: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1969 BEGINNING At 10:00 A. M. ANTIQUES: Bold front china closet; mahogany secretary; 6 ease botta~ ehairs; wa~l~t d~le~::~d~le; c~-nm, what~not; tilt top pedestal table; writing desk; chest o~rs; large walnut mirror; 4 hall trees; cherry bed, complete; churn stand; luggage rack; mahogany chest of drawers; rocking ohair; 4 Windsor chairs; solid walnut bed; mahogany rocker; 2 oak chests of drawers with mirror; sraatl, drop leaf ,table; pine blanket chest; 3 old trunks; organ stool with Eagle claw feet; soft wood stand; rope leg stand; Brunswick Viola~ola; mirror; lamps; pot belly stove; candle snuffer; old books. FURNITURE: Tool top leather coffeetable and end tables; reclining chair; occasional'chair and foot stool; 2 smaltl tables; mahogany chairs; sideboard; din~g room ~ble; chifforobe; stereo; mahogany bed, complete; china closet; 2 dressers; oc- casional chair; 2 cedar chests; vanity; 4-poster beds; 2 meLal wardrobes; .pr. twin metal beds, complete; Singer sewing machine; Philco television; 6 dining room chairs; 3 wood beds; library table; deluxe Frigidaire electric stove; deluxe Frigidaire refrigerator; deep freeze; double door utility ca~; 3~tiex utilRy table; table and 4 chairs; electric lamp; ,banjo clock; cooking utensils; Kirby vacuum cleaner; electric appliances; bed linens; some brass candle holders; some very old dishes; other dishes; picnic table; lawn mower; garden tools; a lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be moved until set~led for. W. D. ORNDORFF - Auct. MRS. LILLIE H. FELTNER Phone: 955-2632 Lunch Ri&,hts. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Oct. 16-It- Since I will be entering college, I will sell approximately 100 head of Registexed and Commercial Hampshire and Yorkshire Hogs at ~he Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, Lrm in Charles Town, W. Va. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1969 1:00 O'CLOCK 4 Sows with Pigs. 2 Yorkshire Sows, bred. 12 Hmmpshire Sows, bred (Registered). 15 Open GiRS, breeding ag6 (Registered). 20 Gilts, approximately 100-lb. (Registered). 1 1 -yr.-old Boar, sired by certified meat sire. Reg- istered). 1 10-mo.-old Boar, sired by certified meat sire, and un- related to any sow or gilts being sold (Registered). 4 Boars, service age (Registered). 35-40 Feeder Pigs, 50-80 lbs castrated and wormed. EQUIPMENT 1 12-hole Hog Feeder; 1 4-hole Hog Feeder; 6 Metal Troughs; 15 Rubber Feed Pans. NOTE: Tiffs listing includes 20 GILTS which would make good 4-H and F. F. A. Projects. ~ASII: Not Responsible For Accidents. ROBERT C. TABB Auetiqneers. MILLER & THARPE Clerk - CHARES E. "Buddy" WARE Oct. 9-19 ll Discontinuing ~ae dairy buisness, I will sell the following located 4 miles West of Martinsburg, W. Va on Dry Rtm Road. If your insurance program doem't adequacy cover you agaiast ma~or possibilities of loss, you may wake up (m~ day to find yourse~ in ~miot~ flnandal trouble It's ~ let us check your iasuran~ now--.for your J ome family or business, we'il give you a prompt, frank ap- praisal of your situatioa out cost or obligation. PHONE 725-22U Name of Hartford Group company you mPre,~nt ~ here t To .settle the Estate of G. E. Ballenger I will sell the fo'llow- ing on the Blair Farm located 7 miles East of Charles Town, W. Va 2 miles South of Halt~own, W. Va near Miliville on: SATURDAY, OCTOBF, R 25, 19.69 10:30 A. M. 9--HEAD LIVEST0 K--9 7 Holstein Cows fu, ll flow of milk; Holstein Cow (dry); Guernsey Cow, ,milking. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. B414 diesel International tractor with loader and plow; Inter- ma~ion~l 100 ,tractor with cultivator, mower .and blade; McCor- mick No. 46 hay baler with l~hrower; "J. D. 42' conveyor; Oliver manure spreader;, McCormick 10-7 grain drill; N. I corn picker; field sprayer (practically new); Mc-D burr mill; rubber tire wagon; 2 C-10 Mc corn picker; ~uper C, Universal milker cqm- prewar and 3 traits; milk cans; strainers; 2 cream sep- arators; 2 butchbring kettles; .lard press; sausage grinder and motor; motor ~ grinder; Die ~ets; g~ease grins; electric drill; wheelbarrow; 6 rolls roofing; snow fence;" used in; lumber; ~aetar chai~s; hand tools; some household good, including G. E. dryer, table, 6 chairs; ~ofa and chair; co~l stove; rope bed, and ot~er articles not mentioned. 1956 GMC ~-TON PICK-UP (GOOD cONDITION) TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. MORROW - ORNDoRFF -- Auctioneers R. E. ~D -- Clerk KATIE O. B IOER Admr Estate of G. E. Ballenger NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ON PREMISES Lunch Will Be Seryed By: The Auxiliary of 'the Fr/endslrlp Fire Company Oct. l 2t- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1969 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. 37 --- -- 37 HOLSTEIN & GUERNSEY DAIRY CATTLE 4 Holstein heifers, out of W hirlhill Kingpin, fresl m bY sale day. 6 ~olstein cows that have ~reshened in last 30 days. 10 Holstein cows, full flow of milk and milking. 7 Holstein cows, milking. Will ~ in 30-60 days. 3 Holstein heifers, :e,dAl ,f~shen in 30-60 days. 3 Guernsey cows, full flow of milk. 1 Guernsey cow will freshen ,in January (milking). 1 Guernsey cow will freshen ,by sale day. 1 Guernsey cow, dry. Will ~reshen in December. 1 Holste~ bull ot~t of Kingstead Ivanhoe. These cattle are all T. B. and Bang's Te~ted 30 days prior to sale. Health Certificate with each anhnal. They ave all very large type cattle. There are some very heavy preducea's this herd. If you need some fine r~placexnents, don'~t miss thi~ e~le. This is one of ~0he better herds of cows in ~e county. All on this farm and cared for by man and wife. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 300-gel. Givton milk l nk; 3 DeLaval milker units and pipeli milkers; stai~e~s steel stre'iner; stainless steel wash.up tanlg 15 10-gal. milk cans. Lunch Rights Reserved. TERMS OF :S&I,F,e-~AS/I: Nothing to be removed un~ settled for. Auetioneer - EDWARD "Ned" .MORROW Clerk -E. ]~VlLLIAM HENSELL C. B. KILMER, Jr. Oct. 9-18"