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Thanksgiving ,Day were her dau- their brother and sister-in-law HAPPENI a T~ I ghters and 'sons-ln-l~w Mr. and Mr. and M.rs. Rel.nhart Johnso~ ......... Mrs. A. M. Chawastyx a~d two and family OF Front Royal, Va: /'~ sx a l~ p if A IJ Sons of Silver Spring, Md., Mr. The latter family moved Nov. 21s~ *~:" R A K i ~ | || W M and Mrs. Rolfe Hayes and three in their recently purchased home +,; , II /~ I~ a= It= i ~ 11 I1 children of Vinton Farm near on Lee St. ~:,~#i Charles Town, her mother Mrs. Mr and Mrs Herbert Lowe Jr Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 + Frank Gardner of St. Margaret's of Arlington, ~ra. were visitors on ~i. =~ I .apartment, Charles "l~vn: the la~ Saturday with her sister Mrs. Hen ~+ ~== =-~ ~ i ~er's son-in-law ann oaugn~er Mr. rv C.1irm And fA.milv ,,~'~ s,'~thiWrship Service will dick children Sharon Dale and ~;e;?^"~ "'-- ""--~er~n~n~:" Curry OF Hope Va] "Mrs.~Jose"ph-~M"e;cer is visiting 11 :,- Sunday, December 61Porgie. .' . _" ..... her son Mr. Phlllip Mercer and ~. Q~lOck by Rev. S. F. But-] Becky Johnston daughter of'~ .mr. ano ~rs. wncen~ "retry ot family of Wheatlazld near Mar- " ' ~lammore ~a accompaniea oy [~ ,~_ Mr and Mrs. Owen P. Johnston her -h' "'" _ ..... Unsburg. ~orge R. Heidrich will be [ of near Charles Town spent" --- mot er .~.rs. ~na flu} w.no Miss Nancy Clipp and Mr. Ken ~,~o the Kabletown Farm [ Thanksgiving Holiday with her nma Dean vi.mmng nor aaugn~er lot neth Costello of Charles Town ~I ~ Club Thursday after-[cousin Dianne Johnston, daugh- s ever.al w.e.ezs .were.fflm~ors on were visitors Thanksgivlng Day on . ember 19 at I tar of Mr and Mrs James Jo n- e:Z T:e% aY v0n. rs and on S, nday afternoon "The Herm_it~ e" Thi sto ry' o o~ r a roster-m-Jaw Iv~r. be ,~. g . s n o~ Avoea Bend Farm .............. with her parents Mr. and Mrs L,~elr Christmas Program ] Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Bar .a:no Mrs...~. ~ranz rnu an~ tam- Henry Clipp. ~t~m the gift exchange and I nie Welsh of Thanksgiving Day lly OI vaney view. Recent gifts received i,nto the ._ g the secret pals for the ] were Mr and Mrs Gone ~illing I Mrs. Elmer Roderik entertain- Kabletown Church Memorial L,~ |ham anti children" Larry Ruth I ed to a family Wha~nksgivlng Day Fund in memory of Miss Margar- ~,Walter Burdi~ck was given ]Steve Landa Mr and lYIrs Page dinner. Those present were Mr. et Johnson were from Brig-Gen- ~me birthday party on Tues [Russell chilciren "Tommy Ta~,lor and Mrs. Ronald Roderick and oral John N Andrews and Mrs iin).Vember 24 at her home [Sally and Bessie Sixteen allons t~vo daughters of Brunswick Md Andrews of Arlington Va and (~sw Farm . Those present t of apple butter were made during Mr. and Mrs. Danny Roderick, from Mrs. Henry Chpp In memory ~-_. ~oyce Pillow who like- i the day ~wo children of Westminster, Md` 'of her son David c0n his birthday. L~lebrated her birthday Mr [ Miss " Shirley Russell s pe,nt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone, two Joan Lee Rouss, a *pupil in the 'h_~rs. C D (Bill) Mercer dau [Thanksgiving holiday with Miss daughters of Charles Town andprimary room in the local school ~try "Ann Joyce Ellen J Jane Gray'of Halltown the formers granddaughter Mar- lost several days from school due ~, ~)nnv '~,~h ~'~ ~+~ I r~ ..... u'~t with ~iVIrs Char lly,n Roderick of near Martinsburg to a cold Newton Thorn on is ~angdon and son Charles on and her sons Marvin and Elmer,now on the ~cef-a flareup of an .................... Lee, stuaent at W. Va. University ulcer. l~[~IPPl~ ~ a p ~ h = m m = = Morgantow~ and Mrs. Edith Mer- mm+' n "Mll .& ~A~i n~A car local. ] Deferred From Last Week IIII UU|II IIuai i.~lOlU Mr. a~d Mrs. Bill White and: Mr. C D. (Bill) Mercer is off ~: = daughter Brenda of Berryville from work at Goode Bros. Gar- , ~ were callers Friday night with his ~ge for sevcr:tl d~ys due t,o an ,~ ~~ribed tracts or los parents Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard ccr ~,,:ac :+ . . . Mr..and. Mrs._Fre.d No,on. and ~~y of t~xes for the year MIsSes Mary Ann a~na doyce granooaugn~er ~aroara ~usn o~ ) 1958 WIll be offered for sale ~)y the undersigned Sheriff(or Mercer were visitors during the Winchester were callers Saturday ~-,r) a ~blic auction ~t the fron~. ~'c,~ ~f ,h~ ,~,~ ~ ..... f holidays with their uncle and afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. H. :~te~_tY between the hours of ten in the morniRg and four in aunt Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shenk of O.Bush and family .., . ,noon on the ~mson. Tnose w,no-sponsorea sne cnur- ':* ~r-- _ [ A party of deer hunters spent'ch community supper held last 4th ][~AV [~]fi~ r~]~[Wll~]lJlg~l~,l~ 10~O I several days in the area of Rom- Tuesday nlght take this means to ~* ~,1~aI Jt.~l ~i' l~Jr~..]l~lyjLl.~jL~ll~s .L~J~@ ne n ere 1 h h k y. Those go| g w Messers th~nk a 1 t ose w o helped ma e re teemed trac~ or lot or each unredeemed rmrt t h~r~r Robby Sowers Nelson Whi~e, the affair such a success. Approx ~d inegera.~t f.h~r~in ~r ~ m1~.~ ~:horfaf~f ~ m~ ho ~o~ John a,.,ld Levi Gray, Oble John- ,mately $300 was real.zed. sol-d-)or "t'h'e-a'mo~'nt-du"e-there~f~as~set"~ort~h~ i'n~" ston, Marshall Grimes, Milton Wade Tinsman who has re~lde Popkins. .?.,h Mr. and M"~. Charles E! .:. Buddy Howell a 10 nea-r Person Quantity Total Amount buck Monday in sho: point Wlckliffe Church for ~l~c Blue Ridge past six months died Saturday, tax. of land of Taxes Mountain in the K,~bletown Dis- November 14th with funeral ser- Interest and trier, vices being held Saturday the 21st Charges to Mrs. Walter Mills of Martins- in Eader's Funeral Home Berry- Descri,ption Date of Sale burg accompanied by her aunt ville, Va. Burial was made in the ....... I YM,m,,. i l W..I I. ! SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r zns ADVOCATH . /IUU~N;:I st. J. WOU THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1959 7 B Spirit Ad cate iJ. , ,.. I ..... -: uransrerre. Agam; orp. ...... Hews per Popular . II q As Christmas Gift r mghtm're Also Moved II 7o re++.+: | [[ Two former Charles Town Statell KATY OF CATOCTIN / The number of Spirit of ~iP?licemen' Co.r~ral James R_. II CEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND "Gath" / Jefferson-Advocate subserip- II ~gan~m~re.. ~n~...[~rooper ,,~: di 11 This famous romance o! the Catoctin Moun- / Christm ,~." *~ ,~ .... ~,,~ [1 State Pohce traasferse announced ][tams ot Western Maryland, 1o g o o p [ tions being sent this year as ,, ~,~ ~f~~,,v,,~~,v ,~ u~ . n ut t rint as ff ....... ~ 1 " ' " hi#h and a~a,~ ~,~.~*a m:~ i] ate last week from headquarters |] and unobtainable, ~s now available, l beset"l~efore'C'/arlst~.~ ~s Jl of Company c off theWest Vl.r- H The story o| the organization of John Brown's| axound` It g~la ~oepargmeng ot t-'uonc ~at- I IRaid and.its cons.cquences, the conspiracy and J Although the number has J[ :i~oPO~la~n Right, ire, formerly [[ ass~smat,oth ot Lisnc3l~o :h~sC~o~Urc afndst t~ | not been totaled the rate at /I ' Chares Town for a II of e Boot co p at r , ag / which they axe being bought /Inumber of years, but~ who has II background ot the beautiful Blue Ridge n would indicate that a new|[been in charge of the T~omas de- l/ Mountains and the German-American country- I record may be set this year. ~acnmen~ since Iso~. was ~ranster /1red into Company B headquarters// folk~,ho settled there. . I The SplrR of Jefferson- //in South Charlestc+n and from I/ lhrougltout the narraUve runs a romance ,I Advocate sends a Christmas |[ there he will later be assigned to l|that, in effect, ties the many parts and periods | card to the person who is toanother detachment I] t~.~th~ " - -- - ~ [~ I receive the paper telling them // Trooper Wade. who only two || .,,, ...... vS..- | who sent it as a gift. While || weeks ago was transferred to Pet- || | ome of them are going out l|ersburg from the 'Charles Town .j Till:: I:IqTAllI:I~ HA] | as Christmas Gifts locally, [| detachment after six years iz~ l / " .........." ...... -- many of them are being sent || Charles Town, will move to Par- [r ~ GEORGE ALFRED TOWNSEND "Garb" [ to former home folks now sons. . ~ " // .... n/ A Tale oi Patty Cannon s Ttmes l residlng in mmay parts of trooper Jack Denms wno was " " ' tor the country. //also at the Thomas detachment I/ A new illustrated edmon o! this famous s y / //was moved to Company A at Shi~ ~/ about the doings and misdoings ot people on | The.regular $3,50price will l!nston and hewillbe assigned ii the Dclmarva Peninsuh before the Civil War. | prevail on tnese unrmtmas ~: ~from there. " / ~ na / if + ' ' v .... G t Subscriptions and we I At the same time Corporal S E / / urge you to order yours today. I Trrbett was sent from the Buck- ! " " "' " .... r "'or@ i - j hannon detachment to Thomas to ,i ~ ~OOK S /our o; lne I:aste n ~n / replace Corp. Rightmire. |l A new enlarged edit|on of this delightful | +~w~, ..... weTean~ofrered ~t.o HCaomeP~.nfYomC collection of 500 favorite Shoi recipes and l I P. Y " " MADVgT DI:DflDT ',Company B a~ad Trooper W. H. II cooking phtlosophy, $4.00 [ IVlJ nlliL/ IILIIJIi/ was sent to Petersburg. [J At your Bookseller, or | The quotations of The Blue l:~id I ~ .... I ge IAves,tock Sales at Charles USE CLASSIra~ ~ " Town Monday, Nov. 30, 1959 Receipts of cows, calves and hogs heavy with a good demand for all prime veal and cows Feature of sale was prime veal top $37.00. Choice butcher steers none; good butcher steers 22.00 to 25.50;.. plain to medium steers 17.00 to ++' .m + ++ + ++ m e,