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Charles Town, West Virginia
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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCATE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1969 William Walker Gets New Herd Average from Holstein Association , Brattleboro, Vermont, - A new herd production average for milk and buttcrt‘at has been announc- ed for the Registered Holstein herd owned by William E. Walk- or, Driswood Farm, Shenandoah Junction. As reported by Holstein-Fries- ian Association of America, the herd has completed its largest testing year with an official per- c'ow average Of 17,732 lbs. of milk and 605 lbs. of butterfat, based on 57 completed lactations. READ THE WANT ADS B—G Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mr. Norval G. Johnston II has~ been promoted to Senior Engin- eer of Processing and Equipment Manufacturing at the Coming plant in New York. Having com- pleted the move this past week' end. Mr. Johnston with his wife, the former Pat Boyer, and his young son, N. G. are living at 767 Brookside Circle, Route 1, Elmira, N. Y., 14903. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blakemore,i Stanley, Va, visited Mrs. Edith Thomas on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Silveous and family, Boonsboro, Md, were : supper guests on Saturday with PUBLIC SALE Due to ill health and discontinuing business I will sell the following located at 330 West Main Street, Berryville, Va. on: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. ANTIQUES And FURNITURE Solid walnut round extension table (12’); solid end pine chest of drawers; solid end pine wash stand; walnut wardrobe; walnut coffee table; child’s cane bottom rocker; child’s solid bottom rocker; cane rocker; hickory rocker; 3 rockers; 4 cane bottom chairs; 3 spindle back chairs; walnut sideboard; mantel; clock; GE electric stove: GE refrigerator; 5-pc. dinette set; utility cabinet; 3-pc. living room suite; sofa; 2 roll-away beds; desk chair; coffee table; end tables; wardrobe; 4 metal beds, complete; single bed, complete; vacuum cleaner; bed clothing; cooking utensils; dishes. SHOP TOOLS Delta 10” table saw with motor: Delta; drill press with mortise attachments; bench grinder; Delta 6” joiner with motor; Delta ban saw; master heater; Miter box with saw; concrete finisher; Craftsman ban saw; 2 Black & Decker skill saws; Black & Decker belt sander; Black & Decker buffer sander; Black & Decker V2” drill; Raddy heater, 50,000 BTU; bolt cutter; 2 40ft. extension ladders; 2-pr. furniture clamps; lot of email. tools; Holiday chain saw; lawn mower; 2-wheel yard cart; Dodge automobile; a lot of articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. FLOYD J. DORSEY W. D. ORNDORFF - Auctioneer Not responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch rights. Auctioneer’s Note:-—Mr. Dorsey has been in business for over 50 years. M... _... €- Name g Address g: City Send Card From ‘: Address 0. do a :. Dec. 11-2t— lacs ‘ can You GIFT SUBSCRIPTION NOW To. The For Those Friends Or Relative: Living Ear OII Or CIOse By. 52 --GIFI'S FOR THE PRICE OF ONE—52 (And, We Wrap & Mail It For You) PRESENT SUBSCRIBER’S NOTE If you are already a subscriber we will continue your present subscription from its date of expiration. Fill out gift order form below -— MAIL TODAY! FILL OUT AND MAIL PLEASE SEND THE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON-ADVOCATE a gift from me for one year to the following: State A BEAUTIFUL GREETING CARD SENT TO EACH ONE! iwill hold their Christmas party I Amt. Enclosed Note: Write additional names on separate sheet and attach to thin order. ($5.00 Per Year, Plus 15c Tax in West Virginia) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard visited Mr. Fred Osbourne who is a patient at Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, Md., last Wednesday. Captain and Mrs. John H. Dick moved back into this area the first of December. Captain Dick, who has recently been stationed at Fort Stewart, 6a., will leave for a tour of duty in Viet Nam on December 30. Mrs. Dick and the girls have taken an apart- ment in Heatherfield, Shepherds— town. The Circle of Women of the Presbyterian Church will hold their December meeting at the home of Mrs. Laird Marshall on Wednesday night. At the recent P. T. A. meeting, the members decided to sell Record ‘Books in January. These books, selling at one dollar each, are designed to keep school pic- tures and the report cards Of the student from kindergarten thro- ugh the twelfth grade. Winners of the Thanksgiving turkeys were Mrs. Mary Henry of Charles Town and the local R. C. Cola salesman The Guild of Grace Church at the church on Thursday night. Christmas baskets for shut-ins in the community will be prepared 01.0-0.0-o.o- . I II E MELVIN I. STRIDER co. C O L 0 N I A L FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068 - Phones - 876-6460 U)-0‘0-0-0-0- BIIIlDIIIG: BUYING, 0R REMODELING? UlAVIdPIfld YOUAIMW III. Potomac [Ilsa CO. Zip Code .3 .3, .3 g, .3, .3; .9, ,3; ' and default having been made in . at this time. A Christmas program, under the direction of Miss Alvyce Rus- sell will be presented at the Church at 7:30 P. M. on Sunday December 21. New officers for the church school of Grace Church were ele- cted on Sunday morning. Mr. Newton Stuckey was re—elected as Superintendent and Mr. William Fellers re—elected as Secretary. Miss Alvyce Russell was elected ,Assistant and Junior Superinten- i dent and Mrs. Gilbert Willingham as Treasurer. *“Mary The Mother Of Christ" Will Be Sermon Sunday For lulherans “Mary the Mother of Christ”, will be the sermon subject Sun- day morning for the 8:30 and 11 a. m. services at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, it was announced Monday by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. Nursery held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School classes at 9:45 a. m. for adults, young men and women, and children; Edwin A. Fitzpatrick, Superintendent. Re- hearsal for program at 2:00 p. m.; young people practice for the pageant at 3:15 p. m. The Christ- ‘mas Program presented by the .Sunday School will begin at 7:30 p. m. Christmas Eve Candlelight services on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. and 9:30 p. m. with the ser- mon - “Christ Is Lord and Sav- iour”. ‘ OPEN An Interest Earning BANK OF CHARLES TOWN I I I I CflARLES IOWN. W257 VIRGIMA M 111 E. Washington St. Member F. D. I. C. NOW mama 0F mumps Aw vmv TIMELY succesnon FROM 5 A N T A Himself I 1 SALE or VALUABLE ‘ REAL mars" By virtue of the authority vested in me by a Deed of Trust bearing date the 25th day of lApril, 1967, executed by Richard ‘H. Carter and Mary E. Carter, to the undesigned, John O. Kizer, Trustee, to secure the payment of that certain promissory note therein described, recorded in lthe Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 287, at page 267; the said note now being due and payable, the payment thereof, the under-j: ' signed, having been required to do so by the holder of said note, will offer for sale at public auct- ion to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in ‘ Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the 10th day of January, 1970, at 10:00 o’clock EA. M. E. S. T., the following de- scribed property: I “All that certain lot, parcel or tract of land, together with the improvements thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belong- ing, situated in Kearneysville, Jefferson County, West Virginia, land more particularly described as follows: I BEGINNING at a point on the’ E. side of a public road on or near the face of a dry-stone wall learner to the parcel conveyed to IF. A. Miller by the late F. O.‘ (Trump a Deed dated Dec. 15, '1920, and recorded in the said Clerk’s office in Deed Book 120, pg. 112; thence, with the E. line of said public road S. 7° 40 min- utes W. 76 ft. to a stake, corner to Herbert Everhart; thence, with Everhart’s line, S. 76° 23 min-, utes E. 113.5 ft. to a post corner' to Everhart’s, and the afore-. mentioned outsale to P. A. Mil- ler’s; thence, with the line of said outsale N. 46° 00 minutes, W. 143 ft. to the place of beginn-l ing; containing approximately .1 of an acre.” ,‘ TERMS OF SALE One-third (1/3) cash on day of sale ,balance to be paid in two. (2) equal installments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser or purchasers, bearing, even date with clay of sale, payable on or before one (1) and two (2) years after date, respectively, bearing interest from date at the rate of seven per centum (7%) per annum. payable semi-annually, se- cured by a deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire insurance in reasonable amounts upon the buildings there on, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser or purchasers Of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may desire. I JOHN O. KIZER, Trustee. BY: KENNETH W. METZ,, Agent f’vv"'vv"‘~v‘ qv-"*;vv‘—vv_Vv‘—’VV_"VV‘—V ,HHHHMHHHH,H to.» o—opzoauo b.0030—bxoc-osbuoxo“ch“§:b‘-§:c..o Christmas Eve Events Charles Town Baptist Church The Charles Town Baptist Chu rch with the Rev. Russell J. Ur- quhart, as pastor will present a pageant of the Christmas story at 7:00 p. m. on December 21. A unique version of the beautiful Christmas story will be told with supporting choruses from the pri mary, junior, young peoples, and adult choirs. The program is writ ten and under the direction of Harold L. Chamblin, Jr. A Christmas eve program will begin at 10:00 p. m. on December & L“; ..__.A ¢.__A V‘” “v v-‘v v-- -- 9"— ” G—u‘ H V v 0" 0 0 “O C CI o ‘0' b arm‘s—w; AW. :Jm31331m* 9:45 until 10:00 p. m. The public vitation to come and worship. is cordially invited to both pro- grams. Two Christmas Eve Candlelight Services At lutheran Church Mannings Assembly God Church Christmas Program December 21 I The an ual Christmas Program' of the annings Assembly of Two candlelight services will God Church will be presented on be held at St. Thomas Evangeli- ‘ Sunday, December 21, 7:30 P. M. r cal Lutheran Church on Christ- i Recitations will be recited by the mas Eve. The services will begin i children, a one act play will be at 7:30 p. m. and 9:30 p. m. and given by the Junior Department will be preceded by an organ under the direction of Mrs. Glenn prelude of Christmas music. The Ott and a three-act play entitled sermon title is - “Christ Is Lord To All People, will be presented and Saviour”. The choirs will ‘ by the Youth Department, under ,sing a thirteenth century carol. the direction of Mrs. James Has- “He Whom Joyous Shepherds kiell. The church is located on 24. Christmas carols will be play Praised", at the early service. Route 9 East of Charles Town. ed on the organ chimes from The congregation extends an in- The public is cordially invited. ' o W.- 1.064.“. .9 3‘6” 0 o“- W #1“: :~2~3~:“2°°‘ co 34-M- 00 o oo 00 3°34" “20:” «Wt-t: 1”.“ 9 “Wm ' c o '92" v %?$WW o o. the sum loving Father. F3": of our Community. KABLE On. co. INC. ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 725-7510 - Charles Town CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE CENTER McClure B. Willingham-Owner Phone 725-9904 - Charles Town HARRY W. ASHCRAF'I‘ WEST END GU11“ STATION Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-9005 RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE co, INC. Rauson. W. Va. Phone 725-7072 725-7071 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE J. E. Sweeney. Owner Charles Town. W. Va, The MELVIN 'r. scams}: CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Phone 725-7008 - Charles Town ‘ sonnnv FUNERAL HOME Phone 876-0460-Shcpherdstown WWWFWVWWWWKW~ ~:~:~:-:~:~:~:o~:~:-:~:~:~:~:~:~:«:~:»:~:~:~:«assoc-saw:«mam-wenwa-awow-a-wmwawx-awa:«s It was a Wt pictur- of a crowded strut. Then we examined it closely. Nam m M, numb“ faces in a crowd to the mt of the world, but important tons to us. Ours is a world of fast-growing urbanization. More and mom pcopIc an Whaling h aowdcd areas. Ours is a world dominated by III. gang, the club, the party, even the moh‘II's mighty my to got that "one drop to the ocean" feeling, as if no one knows we an Inn. That's why we treason our church. In it w. ‘urc individuals. Our minister, our MM and our friends, oven visitors, know In. Each of u: is soon as a separate pom Each of In I; known to mmhmammam Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Isaiah Isaiah Isaiah Isaiah Isaiah Isaiah Isaiah 40:1-5 43:14! 44:1-8 495-13 WWKMAWSMJM,W,K M This series of messages is made possible by the following CharIes Town and Jefferson County firm: who recognize the value and IIALLTOWN PAPERBOARD wmrs runs on. COMPANY Hautown, W. Va. SUPERTANE GAS CORP. Phone 725-7087 - Charles Town J. RUSSELL FRITI‘S PHILCO 8; FURNITURE DEALER Phone 725-5511 - Charles Town RANSON MACHINE WORKS Phone 725—5621 - Bunsen R. M. HANN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Phone 725-5215 - Charles Town J. EDWARD MAGAIIA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR APPLIANCE CENTER N. George St. - Phone 725-5516 gelt‘ Charles Town.» W. Va. xv.»- . . . x . . . , . . . . . , . i Q You might to" us tho "followship crowd”. . . a crowd in which we on m Ind. Discover ywrulfthowondorful My»: church can unpnNonou.Amndflils$und¢ycndm1-y$und¢y. i service of the Churches SERVICE CENTER Washing -— Crossing Minor Repair Corner Wash. & West Sta. Phone 725-9989 - Charles Town JEFFERSON FINANCE C0. 111 N. Charles Street Charles Town. W, Va. “Cash When You Need It” Loans Up To 8800 MERCHANT - NOLAND, INC. CHEVROIEr-OLDSMOBIIE Route 340 East Phone 725-7045 or 725-7040 Charles Town. W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO» INC. CITGO SERVICE Charles Town. W. Va. - Ices- burg, Va. - Martinsburg, W. Va. - Shepherdstown, W. Va. Brunswick. Md. J. C. PENNEY CO. “Always First Quality” Charles Town. W. V1. . .«ac-o-z-oc-om km :WA-é QwumW’WAWWWV. ‘- O on :.. 3. i o - .......V.._...._..x-,A.(., ..,. -,:....-..g y...i.... .....,...,, ceremonies. “Ladies and that resounded through , hall, "let us all join in 5 " A great ovation f0 The guest of honm at the head table, growl!l and more confused as b ‘ minutes ticked by. Pool?1e wondering what the pro table. Red-faced, the m ceremonies turned to the gentlemen . . having difficulty ‘ fantastic than what 118? bration to "which the honor is not invited? Q‘s’fihfia‘tfi-j ,the : _._ I We I no: CHURCH " “mas flfi . IIII‘IMIIIIIIII GIIEBIIAIIMI Lesson for December 21. 19" m .._’;~'.§n w}. Marconi Script": Multhaw I. DOVOIIOHII Indium Isaiah 52:7- I 0. It was the most lavish "fl day party anyone had ever b y, or imagined. The banquet - . had never be'en more gflYIy A. colorfully decorated. Waiters I, hurryin back and forthb ' I the kite en and the long I“ . bringlnfi seemingly ‘j, less pro ‘r - of has In: P" exo ten 0 foods. .. The conV can at thet was gay ._» punctuardg H - ar au ‘1‘ Rev.Althouse 233.193,; to II hubub were the strains of « orchestras and choruse9o!‘~ . formln in various parts vast ha 1. “Happy Birthday" While mer people , '- themselves wit the rich 1“: entertainers passed among tables performing songs. d 'J, ' - stunts, and tricks to an a“ "., g ,_ that gave only half its ", at best. NO one seemed to the confusion, however, 3” grew as the evening went 09‘ , , Finall , there was r Splitting bI'ast of ‘ . people turned expectantly. ‘ to listen to the popular m9“; 1.1.: ‘ ,. men,” ho began in a 103;: ,‘M .a' ‘Happy Birthday.’ ed- Hundreds of voices maas I“, gether with the combined 0 tras and filled the hall with: Happy birthday to yo“- Happy blrthday to you- ‘ Happy birthday, dear H‘ p - (There was an inaudible 1“ n at the place where the’ .. should have been, but 6‘" recovered and finished.) Happy Birthdaly I; . .,. O The voice of the master 0‘ ‘ monies was heard againt'qfdn - and gentlemen, let us ,,-U standing as our guest Ofm .» comes forward and with! golden knife cuts his PI ,.~ , ‘ Cake." The trumpets blfi'fi * again as the doors of the V. ‘ . swlng open and a huge W of , . tablets pushedz’to the cenie‘ ,. ’ room. On it, towering hight ,I“ the waiters, was the large-i day tier of creamy icing reach into the air. Tied} cake ever baked. There was a hushed ca 14 to shift from one foot I0 '2 i , bla’1 .- ; Then there was an embat ~ announcement from main; a“ '1 and said, haltinglyi‘ “1456‘; ‘ ~ . u . - - I, 1 in 1003 . . . . uh . . .guestof homo!"a as if he were cal“):ng playing hide-and-seek: {a = guest Of honorpleasestel’ a. and cut the cake!" It WA; A « a question, but a 163' the : pectant hush settle ave; A . . . but no one stepped The uninvited guest mil, L I - M . Smiling a forced‘ he kept sliding off his face!” '1 m ted an officious-IOOI‘ A! It his side. He, in turn. “hop 1 t ‘* omeone else. Soon the}, . . .vas buzzing with 105,411“ . voices, all confessing: w ‘ IS NO GUEST! HE INVITED!” , ' Fantastic? fly . Of course..Yet is It a ‘ 1 Christmas: a gala birthégzyj‘t (land on wlIlncI autism“ I’ng V a cums... moon, National can-aim at am» in III. 0. a. I" Communin Pros: Sonia.) ? 'I I ' 0 , What's Hopp‘m Here? ---Follow PubIIcauon ‘“ ,. , :.\ Every Wad" :