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Hay And Show At Jackson's Mill een completed for ~X~nual State Hay and o be held at ,the ut Jackson's Mill Show will be held With the 18th an- University Feb. 23-26. be entered ,at the Mill by 10. m. 24, :Sharpe re, The Show will CoVtage. A- announced ,VCednes- ,t ~e evening sess- Short Course. be given ~or the ,in each class. of ammonia Steel Corporat- will ibe presented Winner in all classes or more entries. will be made hay exhib grand champion .are as 'follows: Hay-Class I, Al.fal- rass mixture Class III, .Clover; Class IV, Clover grass mixture; Class V, Soybean. Mow-Cured Hay-Class IV, Alfal- fa; Class VII, Alfal,fa-grass mix- ,ture; Class VIII, Clover; Class IX Clover-grass mixture .and Class X Soybean. Silage classes will include: Class XI, Corn sitage; Class XII, Grass silage (wi,thout ,pres- ervatives), and Class XIII, Grass Silage (with preservatives). A hay sample must weigh, at least 10 ,pounds. A silage sample ,must be at least 1 gallon in a seal ed jar or a ,plastic ,bag. "Here is a fine opportunity :to show your neighbors and 'friends the wonderful hay and siiage you have produced, ,as well as ,to win some valuable :prizes and recogjn, it- ion for having done a good job", Sharpe said. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Stock market rallied sharply on a broad front. ENERA IC Flood-Weary Evacuees Jam Into Red Cross Shelters For Flood Aid As hundreds of communities in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania and New York struggled ,to restore some semblance of order in the wake of the Jan. 21 devastating floods, temperatures dropped in some places to below zero. Hun- ;dreds of flood-weary evacuees packed 82 Red Cross shelters in the four flood-swept states, look- ing to ,the Red Cross for hel,p in their hour of need. While water in many of ,the ,communities ~truck by Wednes- day's floods began to recede, chap ters along ~the Ohio River ,in 'West Virginia reported to .the Eastern Area Disaster Headquarters ,that shelters were being opened ,today ,to accomodate ,a new influx of flood refugees there. Two West ,Virginia chapters-those in Mounds villa and Wheeling-told Disaster Headquarters here that key levies on the Ohio River had broken during the night, forcing over 200 families from their homes. Disas- ter preparedness plans, long held in readiness, were being put in:to use today as 'the swollen rivers moved southward~ In Ohio. where frozen ,flood w".ters hampered cleanu,p operat- ions, hundreds of families were still on Red Cross shelter rosters !,and some chapters reported they were planning to continue provid- ing food, shel,ter, clothing and reed i,cal care for at least ,three more days. Reports from chapters in the five stricken states show that 15,- 777 families have been affected by one of the most wides,pread disas- ters since the great Eastern States Floods of 1955. Last niffh,t the Red Cross fed ,and sheltered thous ands of people in 82 shelters throu ~hout the area. Cub Scout Blue, Gold Banquet Friday Night The Cub Scouts Blue and Gold Banquet will ,be held Friday night February 13 ,at 6:30 p. m. in Char les Town Presbyterian Church chapel dining room. At, torney Ken neth Metz will ~be the speaker and all f,amilies of the Cub Scouts are invited to 'tT~e banquet. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA, I AND RAD THe MELVIN T. STRIDER CO, COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME APPLIANCE Shepherdstown 20 . ,C-haries Town,,W_, _Ya. ephones -tt 162' -- JEFFERSON THEATRE i . t Charles Town, W. Va. ?ay a,d Thursday Tuesday and Wednesday 11 and" 12 February 17 and 18 :"RILL SHOWY! PLUs ~ ~ And The Girl ' VIT i Frill:I? ",.-.0,=, Bennett Thursday and Friday FebrUary .I9 aiid 20 "2" EXCITINGHITS !TEEN'AGE ier Knew Monday and 16 OF PLUS-- ES! LOW- DANGER TO STARBOARD An accident to others dur- ing your sports activities could result in a large per- sonal injury suit. Make sure you have a "sporting chance" to meet the heavy costs which could result from such a suit. Get our Comprehensive Personal Liability policy. W. Berry Grove Agency PHONE 216 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 1 DOWN ON ~)0ROTHY JOHNSON MARK ~N Dates For 14th Annual Wiring Meetings Set By Potomac Edison Company Electrical contractors, building contractors and representatives of banks and lending ins~itu,tions will meet in February and March with representatives of The Poto mac Edison Company in the four ~teen~th annual series of Contrae- ,tors' meetings. Features off this year's meetin, gs will 'include: a progress report on 1958 activities in ,the Certified Wiring field; a discussion on The Potomac Edison Comoany's policy regarding the installation of stand ~by generators; presentation,~ of re- vised specificwtions for Certified Wiring and Fudd Housepower; pro gress report on electric laome heat ing; discussion of a new Medall- ion Home brochure; and a dra- ma, tic presentwtion on selling ~he !benefits and conveniences o,f Cer- tiffed Wiring. The sessions will be conducted ,by G. O. Mullan, Manager of Farm and Residenti,al Marketing; E. A. Roof, Wiring Promotion Supervi- sor; and J. H. Reddig, Electric Space Heating Supervisor. District Managers will preside at their re- speotive district's meeting. These meetings were i,niiated 14 years ,ago fqr t'he exchange o,f ideas and information related to electrical contracting in building and to keep eleotrlcal contractors, and builders acquainted with ,the various ,changes ,in wiring codes, inspection requirement, equip- ment development, etc. Following is the schedule of the 1959 Contractors' Mee,t,ings: February 19-Berkeley Springs February 24-Martinsburg February 26-Winchester March 3-Luray March 5-Waynesboro March 10-Hagerstown March 12-Frederick March 17-Romney March 18-Keyser March 24-Frostburg . March 25-Cumberland R PPON By Mrs. Charles Adams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley, son Lewis ,and Mrs. Homer Wood at- tended the funeral of Mr. Graham Royston Jr. Thursday afternoon from Enders Funeral Home in Berryville, Va. Mrs. Herman Copley, daughter Cheyrl are spending s~veral weeks at their home 'in Baltimore. Mrs. Copley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll expects and hopes to move ,to the county in ,~he near future. Mrs. Copley has been stay 'ing with her parents since Christ- man. Mrs. M. L. Adams and Mrs. Char les Adams attended the W. S. C. S. meeting of the Kabletown Church .at the home of Mrs. Char les Langdon Wednesday night. We are glad to have Mrs. J. W. Clipp joe our organization. The Lneg, t meeting will meet at the home of Mrs. M. L. Ad,ams in Rippon. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman are grateful to all in our little friend- ly community who have been so kind to them during the illness of Mrs. Chapman who underwent sur gery for gallstone in the Charles Town hospital. All their friends are glad to know she is doing nice ly. She will welcome her friends at home after Wednesday when she will be discharged from the hospital. Farm Women Meet The Rip~on Farm Women's Club held .their regularly monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. War ren LaRue with a near perfect attendance with 18 out of 20 mere. bars present. The meeting was call ed to order by the preseident Mrs. LaRue and devotional led by the vice president Mrs, Charles Adams. The guest speaker w,as Mr. Man- ,grum who was introduced to the ladies by Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus Mr. Mangrum gave a talk on Household Pests-Their Prevention and Control. He suggested to ro- tate spray upon purchasing spray in metal containers he also sug- gested it: to be put in glass as meta*l somet,imes works against chemicals. A Valentine game was played during recreation which Mrs. Gar- land Heflebower, Mrs. Russell Cave ,and Mrs. Calvin Nicodemus were tied. Mrs. Heflebower broke the ,tie to win the prize. Delicious refreshments were set red by 't,he hostess Mrs. Warren LaRue and co-hostess Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway. 49th Anniversary Last Saturday evening a week Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ramsburg cel ebrated their 49th wedding anni- versary a.t the home of a daughter Florence ,and her husband Geo- rge James. All their children were ~here to celebrate the occasion and serve .cake and ,ice cream to the ,honored guests. Congratulations folks, thats a mighty fine record to be proud of. I know your sons and daughters were proud to help you celebrate. Mrs. Charles Adams attended ,the institution and installation of officers for Charles Town assembly Order of R a i nb ow Girls on Saturday afternoon in the Junior High SohooI gym ,put" on by Mar- tinsburg Assembly. Miss Doris Sla ughter niece of Mrs. Adams was an :installed officer at ,the after- noon session. I't was a pleasure to see 49 county girls beautifully gowned receive a charter upon which their names appear. Good luck to Rainbow Girls. Back in Rippon after a tour of Florida are Mr. Harry Heskett and Mr. John Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue en tertained the Rippon card club at i their home Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. John Kackley, 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams, the host: and .hostess. The group enjoyed playing a new card game later in-*the evening when Mr. Kackley ,had to leave where I he is night watchman for ,Double i D~I'r. and l~rs. Lee Adams: son Bonnie were Sunday night din- l ner guests with their friends Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sakeman and daugh ~er, Dingle ol Martizlsbttrg in cele- bration of Mrs. Adams birthday which was Saturday, Feb. 7. Hap- py birthday Ethel and wish you many more. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Puekett, two children Brenda and Bradley were dinner guests on Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Tho- mas Wiley and .family. shows in the U. S. W ynesboro Firm Gets Ferry H0nument J0b Whitlock and Dusing, 115 East SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, FARMERS ADVOCATE 1959, 7--B Tommy Johnson, Nancy Geltz Are Record Hop Winners; To Appear On TV Saturday Shepherd Enrollment, Figures Up This Year John Grove visited with Mr. Main Street, Waynesboro, Pa. sub Grove's sister Mrs. Harry Grimm matted the lowest of ~four blds for of Winter Park, Florida before the Lathing and Plastering, First they returned from their 10 days and Second Tenant Houses (1-D southern vacation trip. ~and 1-C) situated in Marmion Mrs. Graham Royston Sr. and Row, H, arpers Ferry National Mon Mrs. William Wood of Millwood ument, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. The were Friday evening visitors with low bid was in the amount of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and $3,997.00. family. The Contract calls for complet- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyd vise ion of ,the work within 60 days of- ted Sunday with her mother Mrs. ter Notice to Proceed. Lillian Fellers in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue, two children Carol and Jimmy Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE were Sunday dinner guests with her parents and brother Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Kackley and Charles of Berryville. O~ Friday Mr. 'and Mrs. Rob- ere Leake and Mr. J. L. Chapman were callers on Mr. Jacob Hesse ,in Martinsburg who has been ou the sick list and were supper guests with Mr. Hesses' daughter Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey and son Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven attended the funeral of Mr. Sam Emery on Sunday and then spent Vhe afternoon with his mother. Dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs, Herman Swartz on Sunday were Mr. J. L. Chapman and their daughter Ruth and Charlie Hare and son of Summit Po,in:t. Weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams were the latters sister Mrs. Myrtle DeHaven and her friend Miss Roselee Keyton of Bethesda. Miss Polly Orndorff and broth- er Junior of Clearbrook spent the weekend with their sister June and Woodrow Adams, two child- ren Franklin and Debbie. Tommy Johnson and Nancy Geltz won let ,place in ,the Melt Grant record hop Friday, Feb. 6. The dance was held at Bruns- wick, Md. Fire Hall and there were 15 couples ,in the finals. Tommy and Nancy were picked from ,the 15 .finals. The winners will be on ,the ]Vfllt Grant Show ,in Washington, D. C. on Saturday, Feb. 14th. Production and sales of autos show increase. The final enrollment ~igure a~ Shepherd College Ior this year's spring semester is 764 students, which includes 656 full-time stu- dents, 62 students in rdght cour- ses and 46 extension students. The corresponding figures for tast yesP ' at this time were: total-725, .full time-615, night and extension course students-110. Canadians urged to protect ec-~!" onomy .from inflation. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE~; ' Local People At Mobile Homes Show Robert L. Abshire and Elsie M. ~tiles of Tri-State Mobile Homes, Charles Town are with hundreds of oOher mobile home dealers at- tending the 23rd Annual National Mobile Homes Show in Louisville, Ky. Sponsored by the Mobile Homes ManutLaeturers Association, the ev ant is the larges,t yearly gathering of ,the industry. More than 300 mo bile homes ,and travel ,trailers are on display along with material of 120 su,p~lie~s to ,the industry. The Show is being held at the Kentucky Exposition Center. It is one of the largest annual trade Reg. $1.39 DECORATOR P I L L 0 W S PLAIN and FANCY MATERIALS, NEWBERRY LOW PRICE NEWBERRY Reg $1.59 CHENILLE BATH MAT SET RUG and COVER. LOW PRICE Reg. $1.59 NEWBERRY IRONING BOARD PAD and COVER LOW PRICE SET OF PAD and SILICON COVER. Reg. $1.30 BAKERS DOZEN DISH CLOTHS NE WBERRY LOW PRICE Values To $L59 PLASTIC WARE PLIABLE WATER BUCKET WASH BASIN DISH PAN MIXING BOWL, SET PKGD. 1-DOZ. 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