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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 10, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 10, 1966

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Approximately 78 members of 66 fiscal year presented by L. O. Southern States Cooperative s [Brumback, Director of Member- local board and committee mem-lship Relations-of the organizat- bers, agricultural workers and I ion. re[ One of the highlights of the tail Agency managers from this area, will attend a regional board]morning session will be a movie meeting in Winchester on Feb-lentitled "The Road To The Cam- ruary 15. The session will be held'erons," which stresses the im- at the Lee-Jackson Restaurant iportance of agriculture to the and will begin at i0 a.m. ~entire economy, the efficiency of Also attending the meeting will[this agriculture and the big role be a number of guest young farm] that cooperatives have had in i ers from the area'. ~ developing it and making it effi-i A total of 440f these regional cient. The film was produced by meetings -. featuring some of the National Council of Farmer the new services which the coop- Cooperatives i ...... he T People, SpotslnT News ~;~..~i~l~.~~:.'.~B:~ Town team to victory with a high I set score of 485 pins. Other set scores for members of the Citgo team were: Francis Edwards, 473; Shirley Heckman, 348; Hel- en Dorf, 445; Biddy Smoot, 400; ASTRONAUTS of Gemini 6 and 7 get medals: Schirra, :~.~:::::,,.O~:::::~l~-:-~,h,~:::,,.'~';:~,i~*~i:::,,~:;::,-~,~,:! Stafford, Borman, Lovell ..................................... VOTE FOR E. M. DANDRIDGE Former Principal Of Page Jackson ltlgh School SAD FACE of Man- hat,an m a i 1 b o x "artists" (The Man With School (Lxperience And Training) FOR THE JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDIJCATION Dot Brown, 485. MERCHANT-NOLAND DOWNS ~ SHEPHERDSTOWN REGISTER The Merchant-Noland Chevro- let-Oldsmobile bowling team of Charles Town ,scored a 4-0 vic- tory over the Sbepherdstown Reg- ister Monday in action in the La- dies Bi-County Major Bowling League at Shenandoah Lanes. Millie Anderson led the Mer. ehant-Noland team to the victory by rolling a 2-5 high single game, and a 543 high set score, Betty Coates had the high single game and set for SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRAUARY 10 1966 with a 191 game. Mrs. Reiter was also second high in the set scor- ing with a 489 set. Barbara Cape rolled the third highest score of the day, 485. Jay's Debs rolled the high team game score 651 and also the high set score of 1871. Jane Stone is still the league's leading bowler, with a 154 aver- age, while Dot Brown is second, with a 152 average; Nancy Roth is third with a 151 mark; Biddy Smoot, fourth with 148 and Reba Cameron and Barbara Cape are tied for fifth place each having a 146 average. The worship service on ary 13 will be at 11:00 Church School for all age will be at 9:45 A. M. A "Ahnost Neighbors" will shown at 6:30 P. M. in the ship hall. This will be for women, youth and children.. Ti&ets To 60P In Martinsburg On In Jefferson Countl Tickets for the big Club :inner to be held gt sl plans for deniolition of the } vacant tmuses ~u Reginald R. Ross, who owns a s~ house at 431 South I,awrence ~ streek ~aid lllal the property is ,u m lhe pr~mess of beina sold and ,b- thai as soon as the title passes, fc, the new owner plans to lear it tl!: down, "s Through Councilman Fd Brax- Martha Th(n'nton, who owns 'committee-. .................... The other properties, which may be torn down by the city after 10 days, are localed at 406 Soulh Charles street. 104 Wariek street, 106 Wariok street, 628 Mor dington avenue, and 2 tlessey st. Carnival Site The Independent Fire Company was granted permissmn to have a day evening with his molher. Mrs. ard sUfh, red an injured rib. Natbaniel Gray and sister. MissMr, and Mrs. Wesley C. Whil- Jenmrer Gray, mer, on lhe Schabble Road were Miss Sharon Oil returned to stranded for a few days durin,~, her hol/le on Saturday after tile rec('nl Mornl without heat. spending the past week with herThere were many of these t)rob- grandparents, Mr. anti Mrs. Ellis lems lhrouehonl lhe col.lnly wiih Williams. Sr., and uncle. Mr. lhc sm)~storm, and Shepherds- Donald Williams. (,f I{anson lown was no excel)lion. Mrs Marshall McAt)oy and son. On Tues(tay. tCebruarv 1. while Marshall..Jr., visited her nmther, sill sno~vhou t :: . , ?:" With the long vacation from school I think the children were all ready to return to school hay-I mg had all the seld riding they l wanted. Everyone seems I0 be getting out after one of the larg- est S|lOWS we have seen in a long while, l,uckily there were no ser- zous emcrgencms in our corn, inumly. Ii{ {he B1-Counly Major l,adies Bowling League at Shenandoah Lanes. Nancy Roth led the attack for the Charles Town team with a high single game of 197 and also high set score of 514 Set scores for other menlbers of the Charles Town team were: E Granl. 476; P. Moore. 411: V. Do y, 462; and June Willing- FOR BOYS, GIRLS --EVEN TEACHER! So many to choose from, such cute designs... you'll really love our Valentines. g up m trip. IAkn hl(.,,lnnd T,JI,. Ph.k parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and Helen's Dolls 6 6 shall McAboy , and uncle, Mr. West Virginia University. and son. Jay's Debs 4 8 Marshall McAboy, Jr. Mr. Seiders was returning to Miss Debby Shirley is spending Barb's Copy Girls 3 9 V'i~it~ nn RnnrI~r ttHCh ~ff,- his school_ the University of ,~.: ...... , .... : ............. ,,.__ Novelty shapes, imagina- tive designs. BigValuel 29C Rli:|t E ~At'~Ii~' ^a, q141 ~m m m w "1 ww za l:,ll~|il|l|~l)lllli'lR~lt|l[~]llll X~}lr'.lli'~tll "liiT|'T~l m n I !1 Mrs. l~rltard OilMr. Mrs. Ellis ...M.' ,eriod. I I .,,'- ,m I I# i w