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laUgher and singing and love to helfer,% none; good butcher heir- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD] have them visit us. ers, 20.00 to 22.00; p.lain to medi- THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 1967 Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and um heifers, 16.00 to 19.75; good ,~| i two daughters were visitors Sun- bulls, 22.00 to 23.10; plain to me- " in ,nrisT[ as Mrs. Georgia Pearl day of the fornmr's mother, Mrs. dium bulls, 18.00 to 21.75; corn- S.cn, oo!, prior ~) tin,sung ~n lne and lira son ot :m's. Lucy ~l~:.~:.~l~:;.~l~.~:~:~.qU Clayton and son Albert of Ilam- mercial cows, 15.50 to 16.50; util- u.a. Army in l)ecemoer l~b~, was of RFD 2, Berryville, Va. ""~ "" ~'::" :" ilton, Va ity cows, 14 do to 15 do; canners recently given a .promotion by the address is S~/a Ro~r W [] ~ Rain is with us this morning.Mr. and Mrs, James Jenkins and cutters,'13.75 down; cows by U~ S. ~,rmy to Specialist Fourth,a, "119329n4 "~*H I) ~ A fine time to get one of those .and daughter Karen were dinner the head, up Io 235 00; stocker Class. Sp4/c Unger is with the "'" " : . "' --" --~.J, i ~ heavy colds, so ~be careful. You guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and feeder steers, 21.00 to 27.00; 40th Signal Battalion at Saigon, S~gnaL ~n. (~onst.) AI~ ll ~~:[ remember Christmas is wendingJenkins of Maryland stock and feeder heifers, 18 00 to havre" ~ ~,o~ ne to Vietnam for dut'y Francisco, Calif 96491. N iiiR:"ql~t its way. ~Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and 20.00. I in June 1967. He is the husband FI~ iN ~:~. ~ Sorry to hear of the death ofdaughter Patricia and Mrs. Linda Choice to prime calves, 38.00 to Iof Miss Judith Cotta of Ranson CHECK THI~ CLASSI i ?qimig~ "Mrs. Ada Cogle who had been on Rollinson were visiting in Mar- 41.00; good butcher calves, 34.00 I -- - :---~ ~ !~ the sick list for quite some time. tinsburg Saturday evening, to 37.75; medium butcher calves, I~ - ' ~~ We of this community extend our Mr. and Mrs. Glen Higgs and 30.00 ,to 33.75; thin calves, 29.00 1 i [] ,~n~F~ very deepest sTmpathy to the daughter of Maryland spent the down; heavy calves,20.00toll ~~ ~ family. A large gathering attend- weekend with the latter s parents, 26.00. ] I ed the funeral. She was well Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove. Good to choice lambs, 23.00 to[I ~ ~ImP t ~,P ~P known by all The Chestnut Hill Church will 2400; plain to medium lambs, lI Ill lUll" lid IIII'K~ IlIn ~. ~1 W/I:! ,Mrs. Georgia Piper was a din- have its Christmas oro~ram on 2000 to 22.00; butcher ewes, 3.0olI /~J /IIL / tJ/LII~JP V ~i~i: her guest of her daughter, Mrs. Christmas eve at 7 I)n~ Every to 7.0o. II i~.:iii:::.~:~ Wilt and family, of Murrell Hill one is welcome " Good ,butcher hogs, 18.50 to[I irFrrI~d~d~ ~llkl~/ on Sunday. Mrs. Wilt has been I Mr. and,Mrs "William Wilt were I 19.00; medium butcher hogs, 18.00l irrl-rKMi,IIIIIN ! I ll on the sick list for quite a while. I visitors Sunday with their daugh- I to 18,45; heavy butcher hogs, { O'IIIIIII I~Fq#" VVVl I ~ We hope she will soon be feeling [ ter and family, Mr and Mrs GuLl- [ 17.do to 17.85; butcher sows, ll.00iI . i better and enjoy better health. I fol'd Turner of ~el.l Hili: I to 13.00; heavy feeders and lightii ' I ~ Mr. and Mrs. George Talton [,[butcher hogs, 17.00 to 18.00;I I Ill were visitors Sunday even,ing [ shoats per hundred, up to 25.00;/I .! i ~ with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett. ,amepm~ ~,~A~ pigs per head. 12.00 down; boars.]i The Jefferson County Educatmn Assocmtion wi~ I Illlll Time For Santa I NVlAKRPI KPFIIK/ I down /I I l[1 ~ Folks in and around our com-I 1 I Miscellaneous Sales Start 11:00 II [] m ~ munnity seem to ,be very busy bm [ ~I}~ ~-~a~'~g~!;~t~N [ AM. --- Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. 'i to express fls apprecmtion to the voters o! Jetter~ I n ~ no time to be visiting. Santa [ Quotations of the Blue Ridge I Each Monday. No Sale Monday, [I I Claus is the main tOpic and from [ Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, I Dee. 25. Regular Sale Monday .~ I,what I learn he is more than busy [ W Va ,Monday, Dec. 11, 1967 I Jan 1, 1968. i ,dun,y, wno unanlmousff supported me rent-' The float which the Charles Town ~nior Woman s Club sponsored in the big pre-Christmas parade and its seems as though the little l Receipts of all classes moder- I l Monday night and which Ls shown above, stressed the club's participation in beautification work and folk area little but shy. It is very late, with a good demand for all iBeid Promotion While i i ot the S"ecial School Lev, on December 5 19~1 also working with the youth of the community. Fhe decorated car shows both beauty and many youths, interest'rag to be present with ] butcher classes. . I nl " " ' ,wma them we naa some visitors With Feature of sale was pmme veal, Mrs. Sterling Tenney, Corresponding Secretary, is drLing the. car. Mrs. tterbert Cottrill, Jr Cha' n x . . "" ." I " IIl#~m| i II Kl US ~unuay evening They lust 41 00 wnn arm in vietnam of the Float Committee is seated be~de Mrs. Tenney. Mary Elizabeth Watson, Mis.~r Ramey, "m " - ts~ I :-=-" " I Y [I 1~,~ 1A l~- ~P~l Ad) Cottrtll. Ross Cottrfll and Kristy Cottrill are the y outhft~l members who are enjoying the ride. se: te ;o ="7:: I J ' This is the fifth consecutive year that the Woman's Club has supported the Christmas Parade with These little folk ~ang for Mri' 2500, plain to medium "steers, ' Ro er W U~a former stu -- . . g . g -] an entry. . Pearl and me. We enjoy their/20.00 to 22.75; choice butcher ldent of Charles Town High "- - displayed a few decorations ideas Inounced that the bank would ~~~~'~~~~~~--~~'~~~~~~------------------ ----'----------------------------------~---------------- ~~-~~~~ rnrts uun rresems I for Christmas. Mrs. Archie Fran-]issue Ce ifieates of Deposit. -- . I zen had a display of Christmas The new and higher rate of inter- ~" - - -- - ~ [[ ~ " - - - : I rr0.rm r0r oar ,rs I ideas crafted by the Senior Girl test would be effective on ce~ifi- .ag IlllUllll Ill I d ll I[ I " r" mn f the cates issued on and after Decem Scouts. At the conclus' o "'" " ~: I [a.'a, Pl, k l program a tray was passed for[ber 1. 0u,tstanding cer*tificates .~t r ./i L J k ill [ ./I N MaKe 51Lt;lJ Y0ur t;nristmas Igll$ WUlUmll a ~IUU I donations to the Operation Santa lwil.1 continue to bear ~he stated ~ L ~ I [] [] i ml.J n l i claus gift project and enough / rate of interest on .the certificate ~ l~. ~I [] [] lllllll I I / I A laP= [] 1 I ! The Harpers Ferry District Wo-I money was collected to purchase[ but, may be converted on the :~t ~ ! [] [] [] 1 1 i / I |lndb@ 1-11#|,l~aPllflnna~ll~@~lla $ ! man's Club held its regular[ a rocker [ anniversary da~e to the interest ~: I! -m Im q 1 I I I Ill/! flI' fllllllllgllllI ./ m monthly meeting at the clubhou~ [ n, ,~ ~,~,~ r~,od hv[rate then in effect. ~ Ii . " AI,I i m [ ] [ :~ ] ~l~lll lli 'l~l~lllllllVlV In November ~ ~ the"~(21:aft:~"Ciu~) andaga'in a fine/ The Officers and Directors of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ "~ --o-r--- fo- Ine -veniw- [ ' / -, ~ - " " -- -- t~" - ll~Ui~n[l~ ~,e vr g am v e g~ 4ob was done Members serving tne t~anK welcome ine oppor~un- ~.e was sponsored by the Crafts Club[ were" Mrs C" C Johnson Mrs. lity to dicuss these new interest :~ ~ P ~ P ~ a p ~~ I A $I II I ~ ,a~ II ~ w th S:l',arr,presimdinagr.iCarlos St*arr,'Mrs. Carl Auvil. rates on regular savings accounts b: "A/l'l/4 Oll"I fl/I/Ai ilL,; IN ll"lu" iN-- :(:i" eat W~ clevefi-~alidle~I Mrs. K. K. Cavalier, Mrs. Ben- and Certificates of DeposR with :/~ ~ i~,-( .-, " ~ . ,liamin Davis, Mrs Reginald Seid- interested persons. Management ~i~,: ~~" ~ ~.z:.~.-~, /~l~l~ ~~~ ~~~~ ~ ' tl~ ]Ildlvlaual olsplays 0! ~ ~ " ', ~- tl~ - ':,~'::,'~." :~." ~:~:~ ~. - --~ -~ - - -[ ers and Mrs Lloyd Hough further states tha,the new pol- w ~~'~ ~~~'.:~;i *: [~!:~:i ~~ :', : tin* Cra~ts and the n( w-lo-ao-lt t ' " " ,~ %'::;: " - :[I J~;llt;n3Vil ~inl;t, Ulll$ I ment opportunities and advant- :~ ~i.i, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ L~~ I~ i [a~,es that Wht ] t !heir guests. Mrs. Clara Cassidy/ lnt t econo~fic ~rowCh of the area .~ ~ot yet a member of the Craftsiguam ~1~iuiuqi~15~li [ .~. I Ciub: but a new member of the[ ]. ~l.u BeW~al~t,~ .n~lu~in~C~e~r~:i* ~" ~mmlPm4~ ~. ~U~l I~'lPkd I~ I /~lll~l l~qPkd t~ ,~ecun~y nK i g ~ Harpers Ferry Dsstnct Woman s ~i~ "ave a d~Snto~stration 'of[ Bates 011 ~~ c~es ~f De~si.t, are i~sured b; :~ ~-~.~% ~-~'i ~ ~ ~ I ~ 1 ~1 ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ I ~ 1 ~ ~ tiJe ma~, articles sh- makes and I [th:" Federal DeposR Insurance ~" ~~,k i~! I -trhadesWashn=,t n : :- pers F~ same time i,t was an-, . it: I , THE GIFI Theafre 3 B I6 n L B. STOPS i IThurs''Frl''sat. Dec. 14-15-16 ~ ,~~ " I im I I "Hillbillys In A Haunted I GIVING "': YOUR CHOICE OF BRIGHTLY DECORATEDI [ I [ SPARKLING CHRISTMAS HARD CANDY M House 2~" IN COLOR --- WITH : . ". WRAPPING PAPER, GIANT 240"x26" OR WITH A SPARKLING SATIN FINISH FRE$1~ ATTRACTIVELY DESIGNED FESTIVE FOIL~:II':~ Ferlln Hucky . Don Bowman : Merle Haggard Molly Bee, . ~ I I ion Cha:ey S;nny James ~'; -'~ff WRAP IN RICH TONES~ 96 xg0" ' lAND DELICIoUs' FULL POUND BA~s' ~=~lllUll'="q~ I ]SATURDAY 2P.M. ONLY ~ ~~q~:, ' I n I "Hunters The Deep" [ IIq lC' AIID IC'A V I IIAIAIAV Dl,All,I I I* I I IN COLOR -- ALSO ~ / OOr-- UUN IK, HOI I / nil nI I iJ n I i I 66 " " " 99 " " a I I [ Randers 0I Old CaliIorma nr EN' A STEINWAY PIANO FOR CHRISTMAS I [ F ' ! Alll q CUll tT M S C HIDTq DIN: 'I IIM lift ItIVI UEII IIV , is an investment in family enjoyment that lasts I I 'Dead Heat On A Mer, - LHLIPlL~ 4fill |/} FLANNEL ~PlIIIi/~P n lifetime. Its matchless tone, unequaled quality i [ t'~ ll~ /99 # l'~ 9" Il l~l~ iIA ~ I UO l 01Lma. In t, olor and ,ethntca, su ,ema will be the source of I " -- nr lltilL |In " p y .:,) VI V pl~$ure and inspired|on to you and your family 9" REGULAR I Tues-Wed. Dee. 1.0 :. $ I COMPARE $ 4 For many yemrs to come ! I Gl:nn Ford- Stella Stevens 6:. 1.94 I AT 1.98 I 2.39 r Only the $toinway sound, Ilk. a $t.inway--,I "RAGE" In Color i+ r / 11 chooso ,our, a! I l{eeommended E Matu Aud- " VALUE d i ''] iences--- :~ A WARMLY WELCOMED GIFT FOR THE WARM AND COMFORTABLE, FOR WORK OR , ~ LADIES. SIZES REG. AND X-L. LEISURE HOURS. SIZES S-M-L. sHTEuARV~yB~2N~R~I~TSITo~ WITH4 J~I~ SIC STORE Fr[-Sat.-Sun. "-~ 7 i ~J P. l~I. " ~: ' MU Matinee -- Sunday 2 P.M. I~ OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 'TIL CHRISTMAS I ll-PIECE GLASS MASTERWORK SOLID STATE PAINT BY THE NUMBER 41 S. Potoma~ St Hagerstown, Md. Phone RE 9.4100 SHOPPERS pede uch" . - - ~. - .~ ~ ~ how~" Smith- ~,/~~t;~, Coronasare howvitai parts 7" - - - - :~ - : - CO why el buy Smith-Corona r than aay outer portable. --- ALSO AVAILABLE .- ALL TYPES OF GENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES WILL LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS 311 W. KING ST. -- MARTINSBURG, W. VA. No,/. 30, Dec. 1-8-15-22 Amogloo't weol~. ~ luu~P ipou eo~ al~lm~L k lIkm $3.00 Per Week SUPERTANE SALES CORPOILATION EAST WASHINGTON STREET DIAL 725-7087 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. EARLY AMERICAN PRESCUT SILCO'S PRICE SET CONTAINS SALT & PEPPER SHAKER, BUTTER DISH WITH COVER, COVERED SUGAR BOWL, CREAMER AND 2 CRUETS WITH STOPPERS. BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED. BEAUTIFUL DELUXE YOUR CHOICE! DELUXE QUALITY CHRISTMAS CARDS IN ASSORTED AND SOLID PACKS. GLITrERS! RELIGIOUS! CONVEN~IONALS! REGULAR 19.88 4.SPEED PORTABLE, PLAYS STEREO REC- ORDS MONAURALLY, TWIN S A P P H I R E NEEDLES, PERMANENT MAGNETIC BAL- ANCED SPEAKERS. ANCHOR HOCKING 3 PC. GLASS SET SET CONTAINS 1-8" BOWL, 14 " BOWL, l-BOWL HOLDER. CHOICE OF GOLD OR AVACADO COLORS. GIFT BOXED! REGULAR 83c THESE SETS ARE FUN FOR THE FAMILY, COMPLETE W I T H OILS AN~ BRUSHES. PAINT ONE FOR J. DERAN'S ASSORTED 4 LB. GIFT BOX DERAN'S DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES FINISHED WITH FOIL WRAPPED IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOX! L