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October 16, 1969

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~vill~ ! Pa~[,Mrs. Ethel Buzzard :oug~l Sunday, Oct. 19, all three ~i churches of the Shenandale ~. Charge will meet at the Chestnut Hill Methodist Church for the 11 a.m. services. At that time Dr. DOuglas Chandler of Wesley Sem- inary will present Pastor Robert WOodward with an honorary Doc- tor of Divinity degree on behalf of the Evangelistic Bible Semi- nary in Chicago. Our pastor is a graduate of that school Every- one is invited to attend and share this honor with Rev. Mr. Wood- ward. Sr. M.Y.F. Hayride The Sr. M.Y.F. hayride, 7 p.m SatUrday, Oct. 18, at Athey Farm. HEAT RELIABLE DELIVERIES We're always on call to keep you supplied with top heating off. DISTRIBUTOR Dial 725-2215 RANSON, W. VA. Ha,dog roast to follow. Come and bring a friend Cost, 25 cents. Thanl~ from the Everhart fam- ily to the American Legion of Mart]nsburg, for being present for the funeral of Mr. Howard Everhart and holding the military service. Also many thanks for the food, money, and many lovely cards and flowers received. Little Kevin Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long, is a pa- tient at the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital again. He has been in and out of the hospital three times, being home for only a few days the second time. Celebrated Birthday Richard Everhart celebrated his birthday on Saturday with a party given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Refresh- ments were served of cup cakes, potato chips, candies, koolaid and popcicles. Thosee present were Donna Diana and Sandra Smith, of Pleasantville, Md Cheryl and Annette Hackley, of, Sandy Hook, Md Pam Staubs, Christine Buz- zard, Jeffrey White, Mark Cogle, Pattie Staubs, Keith and Brian Whitehair, Kim and Cindy Ever- hart, Roxanne Everhart, Sandra Longerbeam, Darlene Cole, Paula Everhart, Juanita Buzzard, Jean Whitehair. The honored guest, Richard, received many nice gifts including moneyl Mrs. John Whitehair and sons, Keith and Brian, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and Ricky Everhart were visitors on Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs: Charles Ever- hart and sons in Dargan, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and children, Mrs. Bertha Bagent, of Charles Town, were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carter and daughter, Kaye, of Hamilton, Va were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and daughter, Robin, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staubs in Bakerton. Guests during the week of Mrs. Vanessa Everhart and family were Rev. Robert Woodward of the parish in Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodgers and son of Bolivar, and Mr. Charles Ever- hart, of Dargan, Md. f Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole, of Sandy Hook, Md Mr. Ronnie Smith, of Pleasantville, Md were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. i Cecil Everhart and family. New Grocery Store Mr. Dearl Grove, Jr is start- mg a grocery store in our com- munity and is about completed for service. We welcome it very much. It is needed. We hope Mr. Grove much success. Mrs. Margie Knipple, Mrs. Eula Pulse, Mrs. Georgia Staubs were guests on Tuesday of Mrs. Ethel I II II II DURING SSRTA'S Get the bffof-your-life on a mattress witb e luxurious French Blue Damask cover formedy on the $79.50 Perfect Sleeper* The smooth top Serta-Ortholux Crown m0ttre~ is Irresistible at the price. With it, you get the lest word in beauty plus healthful, overall support from Mmotm Serta.Orthoiux firm inner constructlon. GUEEN SIZE 2-plOul let $1~t.16 KING SlzE3-plm ~, $In.11S Matchln~ box sprh~g ~,I~ u. pc. ~ame p~ A quilted bimuty that gives yog4~ofh the unique Inner comfgr~ lad sup- port of ,the Serte-Ortholux ~prl mattress plus ~e outer elegance of the $79.50 Perfect Sleeper. GUEFJI SIZE 2-piece set $11111.1111 KING SIZE 3-piece set ~l~lJ~ The Ssrte-Ortholux ~Cbml oflVm co mer, to-comer,~ge~mp- ing comfort plus the firm suppoct docto, m ~ml. Areal sl~ and Wt~ite:p~nt ~r. tUHH~;m ~-p~t~ set Stw,w Kms size mt I~1~.~ mnmm m vr'to re, m, am ;. and healthful support. ~U~EN SlZl Buzzard and Mrs. Frances Rodg- I Hospital. This is their first child. I dium bulls, 22.00 to 25.75; cam- Each Monday.I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ~ers, Mr and Mrs. ~ecit Eye~rh~rt, I Mrs. Cogle ~ 4~e ~mer Cars- I mercial cows, 19.50 to 20,75; util- 1~, . ~ 'A~A I THURSDAY, OCTOBER t6, 1969 B--5 They were from Falling Waters I line Cline, of Brunswick, Md. [ity cows, 18.25 to 19.25; canners and were here for the funeral of I The Cogles recently moved to I and cutters, 17.75 down; cows by inesplan ir0upe I Mr. Howard Everlmrt. I their new home at Keyes Ferry~the head, up to 225.00; stacker l at the school during ChristmasAttend Church Sunday Mr and Mrs Gary Staubs and I Acres. land feeder steers, 24.00 to 32.00; Selects Christmas I son, Mr and Irs David Staubs I ~ I stock and feeder heifers, 19.00 to and sons, of Bl'unswick, Md I I I were guests on Tuesday of theirI kdAhllLmlP hPhhhT I Choice to prime calves, 40 00 Play "A$$ gnmeilt" mother, Mrs. Hazel Staubs, andI I iAI I EI I l::ruri/ It 44.00; good butcher calves, family. Guests also were Mr. and l . --" . 135.00 to 39.75; medium butcher Thespian Troupe 993 of Char-I I W~$][~l~,l/klnc^~ I ! I ilUKK rUK N FLAVOR WITH I Mrs. Randall Staubs and daugh-I -~' " ~ I calves, 30.00 to 34.75; thin calves, les Town High School met Tues-I I I i day, October 7, with MichelleII ~ BLUE RIBBON I~ tar, of Yarrowsburg, Md. I Quotations of the Blue Ridge/29.75 down; heavy calves,, presiding. Other officersI I ~/~.- Dald~ ~ adman ~-~.- !~ ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson and [ Livestock Sales, at Charles Town,to 32.00. children have moved from Man-/w. Va Monday, Oct. 13, 1969. ! Good lambs, 25 00 to 26.50. [introduced were Brenda Dignaz-I | nings to a trailer in this commu-I Receipts of all classes moder-I Good butcher hogs, 26.50 to |io, vice-pa'esident; Paula Propst, l ! r. .7 nity. I ate, with a good demand for all/ 27.00; medium butcher hogs, I secre ary; Lee Jones, treasurer; I I /~~~J~'Z,~ ~";l~--~]ll~/~JI ~ an M C~il ve I butcher classes [ 25 75 to 26 40;heavy butcher I Barbara Brat|ha, historian; Toml / I Mr. d ~ rs. E rhart, on/2725' I McW~tter~ sophomore represent-[IRD~r~~. ~--*h~/ ,4/fl.$ I~ and children" " w ree callers Chome butcher steers, 26 00 to hogs, 24 00 to 25 00; butcher sows, two " l ative; John Crane, junior repre-l I I Sunday evenin~ to see Mr Will|el ; good butcher steers, 24.00/20.00 to 22.00; heavy feeders and [ senta~ive; Steve Hooper, seniorI " ,de I ~v ~'~ =+ ~;~,~,~ " to 25 75; plain to medium steers, light butcher hogs, 23 00 to 24 50; .~.e a Mt I22 ' z I " " Irepresenmuve" I I I ,00 to 23.75; choce butcher/shoats per hundred, 28.00 down; raren~ oz I heifers, none; good butcher heif-/ pigs per head, up to 14.00; boars, I The troupe selected its, annualI I~ P./ I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cogle arelers, 21.50 to 23.50; plain to me-/ 18.00 down. lone-act Christmas play Assign.I []~~.~f i proud parents of a son born Oct.| dium heifers, 19.00 to 21.00; good[ Miscellaneous Sales Start ll:00[mel~t: Christmasment: Christmas[ I--- I ~3at the Charles Town General bulls, 26.00 to 27.00; plain to me- A.M. -- Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. [ Spirit," which Will be presented HAND & BODY LOTION 2 00 s<)z. VALUE 4:00 VALUE BOn'LE 16-OZ. .BOTTLE Skin luxury with the very " "heart" of lanolin. 1.98 Size Bottle SOMINEX TABLETS 1.00 SIZE Of 32 POND'S 3,5-Ounce Jar 2.39 Size Bottle BAYER ASPIRIN Of 300 67 75 Pond's 6~,~-Ounce Can A~ I~s i~ d mey ~, ~ ~ In Ill g~res. e AT PEOPLES Buy 3 tubes ot familx ~izc Cre;t today und pay only 1,94 . . . Get !.00 cash refund from Proctor & Gamble with proof of Put- chase Coupon---The 6 difference pays postage. Pick up "Double Ooliars" certificate at Peoples & mail in with 3 size cortons of Crest. Crest will refund you return mail. Limited time only. REGULAR Window Box 14-Ounce Box Bridge Mix" " Dork Choc, Peppermint .0 Milk Chat. Raisins Peanur Ck~sters Jelly Rings 69 SUPER SIZE Candies I lb. "NEAREGULARS" ASSORTED CHOCOL TES 77 KELLING MIXED NUTS 13-OZ. 63c 9.77 ARVIN eaters Instant Ribbon Radiant Heater Instant heat radiates from the wide angle heat "reflector m this 1320 watt nickel chromium ribbon heater "Safe-Guard" Tip-Over Sw~tch. shuts off heater automatically if heater tips over in any direction. 16.77 Arvin Heater l 13.88 2.99 Size - 10O's 3.69 Size- W Iron Bottle of 100 1.95 value Gillette 84 Handle Length 84 OMh~ No. 109 Handle Length 109 5MM GILLETTE STAINLESS STEEL BLADES For shaving comfort use "The Spoiler" blades. Pack of 10. REGULAR 85 KOTEX Box bf 24 Regular or Super !.]9 Size Gill, RIGHT GUARD AMi-Perspirant 5.0u Can 1.69 Size Demure Feminine Hygiene Deodorant Spray 4-Ounce Aerosol !.47 Pint Size ALADDIN VACUUM Fits workman's lunch kits, 7.86 17.85 CO RN ! NG WARI:: "TRIO SET" Big Assortment Of alloween ~umes Sizes For All ChoOSe NOW! RoadRunner Cosper Ghostie Ske|ton ~,unny Star'Trek Power Circus Clown safety AVOCADO 2.99 . POPPY HARVEST GOLD 7 CUP PERCOLATOR Modern style, &ipless spout. 15" FRY PAN With Teflon II. wipes cleon. 3.Pc. RANGE SET Salt, pepp~ & g~eme ~soine~ YOUR CHOICE 309 W. Washington St. --- Charles Town, W. Va. FIRST IN, HOME APPLIA C. ES PHONE 725.55U e :DRUG STORE HILL - DALE SHOPPING CENTER m Jel CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.