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Charles Town, West Virginia
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December 18, 1969

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,l social room, you are cordially in, pigs per head up to 17.50; boars ~]vited to spend an evening of 17.00; Down. good fellowship. I Miscellaneous Sale Start 11:00 i Mrs. Bernard Ott was a Friday! A. M. - Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. I ml i i ,i, a [] U I I I Ill Illl here CSanking I ?leasure BANK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 mm~m Mrs. Bernard Ott Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend of Riverdale, Md were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children, Judy Jeanne, Linda, Terry and David Jr. Church Circle Meeting The women of the Halltown Presbyterian Church met on Mon ScriptLtre ~e chose 1st. C inth-. man closed the meeting with pray ains: 13 ciiapter and the group er The Christmas party was then read it in unison. The Secretary held with the social room beauti- Mrs. James Watson, had the roll call and read the minutes of the last meeting and were approved There were several items of busi- ness and letters read. Mrs. Wil- liam Itoak read the minutes of the meeting 26 years ago of which she was the Secretary which was very interesting. The offering was then received and Mrs. Elmer Wright had the Offer tory Prayer. The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Robert fully decorated for the occasszon by the primary department, with a beautiful decorated tree with gifts which were exchanged by each member. The ladies were then invited to the dining area, and were served delicious refresh ments of chicken salad sandwich- es, crackers with cheese spread, chips-dip, cocoanut cake, nuts, mints, punch, and coffee. Mrs. James Watson, distributed the gifts. The January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Rob- day evening at the church. The Sherman the moderator. Emphas- meeting was opened by the Pros j is Ministerial Relief, Theme -- ident, Mrs. Alec Costello, For the Five fingers of Prayer. Mrs. Sher 104 E. Washington SL -- Charles Town, W. Va. DIAL 725.7321 r CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ert Sherman's on Jefferson Ave nue Charles Town, with Mrs. Ray mond Parks, acting Moderator for the lesson. Mr. Granville Wright and dau- ghters, Patty and Robin arrived at the home of his parent on Mon day evening from Iceland where Mr. Wright is stationed with the Navy, and Patty and Robin had been spnding some time with their father, Mrs. Elmer Wright and her son, took the girls to Dulles Airport on Tuesday morn ing where they left by plane for California to be with their mo- ther. Mr. Wright left by plane on Tuesday evening for his base in Iceland. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Joseph Selove and son Ramon, at the home of her parents, The Dr. Wangers in Shepherdstown. The Joy Gift Program will be held on Tuesday evening Dec. 23, at the Halltown Presbyterian Church at 7:30 P. M. A social hour will follow in the basement SAY IT WITH A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE SPIRIT-ADVOcATE THIS YEAR Our gift subscription depart. men Is now taking subscript- Ions. A card is being mailed to the person telling them tha~ you are sending the Spirit.Advocate to them for one year as a gift. It is a gift that goes far be- Christmas and people like it too, and are reminded of you 52 weeks during the eomin year. dinner guest of her son in law Each Monday. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-t Regular Sale Monday Dec. 22rid neth Anders on Eculid Avenue, 1 CharleSMrs. Town. and SpS" Wa~-e L. D-~ tlarry Dinges sons, ey Ricky, Sonny and Scotty of Char- les Town, spent Friday evening Presented 60od Conduct with her mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. I i Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hoak of Char Medal By Army Infantry ~les Town spent Saturday evening with his grandparents, Mr. and Kitzingen, Germany-Army Spe Mrs. William Hoak Sr and Miss cialist Five Wayne L Duffey, 22, Dorothy Bowers. son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Visitors on Saturday evening Duffey, Route 2, Boonsboro, Md with Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, was received the Good Conduct Me- her daughters, Mrs. Joseph Ran- dal while assigned to the 3rd alli of Millville, Mrs. Suzanne Infantry Division near Kitzingen Moler of Fairfax, Va and Mrs. Germany. Gary Yauger, of Middleburg, Va. Spec. 5 Duffey received the Mr. David Penwell, spent Sun- award for exemplary conduct, day evening with his father, Mr. efficiency and fidelity in active Newton Penwel in Charles Town. military service. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were A clerk in Headquarters Com- Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. pany, 1st Battalion of the divis. and Mrs. Raymond Parks and son ion's 64th Armor, he entered the Michael. in Charles Town. Army in 1966 and was stationed Mrs. Alton Muse spent Sunday at Ft. Benning, Ga before arriv- evening with her brother-in-law, ing overseas in November of that and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe year. on Eculid Avenue, Charles Town. His wife, JoAnn, lives in Shep- . i herdstown, W. Va. ~ : : : : : : : ~.:.] The presentation was made Oct The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles e~e~k~, Entedng Town, w. Va Monday, Dec. 15, 1969. Receipts of all classes moder- W~ive TO Gr~ Jeff ate, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was Fancy George William Hedges and Hogs Top $29.10. Prime Calves Ronald Mahoney, both of Charles top $50.00. Good butcher steers 24.00 to 26.00; plain to medium steers 22.00 to 23.75; choice butcher heifers 24.00 to 26.00; good but- cher heifers 22.00 to 23.75; plain to medium heifers 19.00 to 21.75; good bulls 26.50 to 28.00; plain to medium bulls 23.00 to 26.00; corn mercial cows 20.50 to 22.00; utility cows 19.00 to 20.00; canners and euters 18.75 .Down; stocker and feeder steers 24.00 to 31.00; stock and feeder heifers 22.00 to 27.00. Choice to prime calves 45.00 to 50.00; good butcher calves 40.00 to 44.75; medium butcher calves 35.00 to 39.75; thin calves 28.00 to 34.00; heavy calves 23.00 to 32.00 good lambs 25.50 to 27.25; med. Iambs 21.00 to 24.00; butcher ewes 3.00 to 7.00. Good butcher hogs 27.50 to 28.00; medium butcher hogs 27.00 to 27.40; heavy butcher hogs 24.00 to 26.50; butcher sows 19.00 to 22.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hpgs 24.00 to 26.00; shoats per hundred 34.00; Down; Town and Charles F. Hayes, Sr of Martinsburg, who were arrest- 'FO~ MII,TIHO ~ & i~.ICTII Dial 7254113 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. l NUT mmrm RELIABLE DEMVERIE5 We're always on call tO keep you supplied with top heating oiL DISTRIBUTOR Dial 725.2215 RANSON, W. VA. I[ III [ ed Wednesday, December 3 on a charge of breaking and enter- ing waived to action of the .}an- uary term of the Jefferson Cou- nty County grand jury Monday, Dec. 8, at a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace E. W. Day~. The trio was arrested by Char 'es Town Police and charged With the breaking and entering of Terry's Sinclair Service Stat-~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1969 t ion in Shepherdstown on Novem- ber 23. After they had waived to the grand jury Justice Day set bond for each at $2,500. Hodges posted his bond, but Mahoney and Hayes were placed in the Jefferson Cou nty jail in lieu of their bond. TALLEST TREE Tallest Christmas tree? Ill U. S. the title probably the IndianapoLis, Ind the Soldiers and Sailors ment. At Christmas, the structure is decorated with tris candles and stars. AND LET MERCHANT-NOLAND CHEV.-OLDSr C. PUT IT ON THE TABLE FOR YOU WE HAVE AN OUTSTANDING INVENTORY OF NEW CHEVROLETS -- NEW TRUCKS -- NEW 0LDSMOBILES AS WELL AS 3. LARGE INVENTORY OF USED CARS & LATE MODEL USED TRUCKS In Stock And Will Give A TURKEY With Each One Sold BETWEEN DECEMBER 10th And DECEMBER 24th SO IN ADDITION TO LOW PRICES - GET YOUR F-R-E-E TURKEY See: DON NOLAND - HUGH VIA - RUSSELL MAYS At-- I ROUTE 340 EAST -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE - 725-7045 - 6 - 7 Between the hours of 8 A. M. & 9 P. M. daily except Saturday until 4 P. M. Dec. 11-18- % . ~S'anta has a message for his reindeer "Be quick, step lively, it's Christmas!'L~l,r~.v because it's Christmas, we have a message for You, and for all. our wonderful customers and friends. We'd like to wish you every joy of the season, with much thanks for the joy of serving you, HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 7 . . - . .