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OP gEFFERSON rAmMeRs ADVOCATE3 ] FEBRUARY 16; i961 ,---B Finally Permit Farmers to Hold Annual Meeting; Is Re.named President finally permitted to be held, that was meeting of the Farm- Association. of thirty five persons at the Bardane Corn- February 1st and good meal and meet- president, pre- Dillon, 4-tt Club Berkeley County was a $15.00 check by the ........ for her successful the Wool Dress 4-It f Jefferson Club member will al- an award for her ac- with the same pro Lemaster, Frank Clap By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Lewis McCarty Home We welcome Lewis McCarty Jr. home after a three year enlist- ment with the armed Forces. He received his basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. after a period of special schooling at Camp Ru ker, Ala. lie spent a year in Korea. Upon his return to the States he was stationed at Fort Meade, Md. ttis rating was spec- ialist 5th class at the time of his discharge. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Miller on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. James Miller of Mr. Jackson, Va. Mrs. J. W. Cline returned to her home here after a two weeks visit with her son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cline at Silver Spring, Md. Little Billy Cline spent the weekend with his grandmother while his parents weer in New York City. They en- tered their German Shepherd in the dog show at Madison Square Garden. Mrs. Frank Powell returned home from the hospital on Sun- day. She was hospitalized because of an infection. Miss Sandra Frith accompanied Rissler reporled on JOHN RISSLER by her aunt and uncle Mr. and association in the lambs and president; Bernard Lemaster, Mrs, Eddie Hartlove of Baltimore Vice President and Charles Whit Md. spent the wekend with her were re-elected to tington, Secretary-Treasurer. parents Mr. and Mrs. Burrell organization in 1961. Frank Claphan, Bernard Le- Frith. are: Mason Griff- master and John Rissler were el- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Lemaster, coted as managers. John McCarty were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Linton, Joseph Emch, Extension Live- Robert Grubb, Marvin, Billy and J. G. Fuss, Char- stock Specialist, W. Va. Univer- Pamela and Mr, and Mrs. Doug and J. P. Burns. sity spoke to the group on wool Arvin and Scott and Debbie all of are: John Rissler, and lamb production practices.Martinsburg. --------~ Miss Anne Buhrman, R. N. of ~-HI ~-~.-~-"- [ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt andthe staff of Washington County I daughter Cindy were Sunday vis Hospital visited her parents Mr. RIR .) and Mrs. Harold Buhrman last l itors Of the formers parents Mr. Thursday. Pauline Oft and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and Miss Nancy Burnett and Miss Ot-t~s still on the daughters Arbutus and A~tion- Frances Gottschalk spent Friday nette at Chestnut Hill. night with Miss Cherri Carter, wish her a speedy Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. daughters Judy and Linda and Carter of Shepherdstown. Wiley spent last son Paul were recent visitors of The February meeting of Ever her grandparents Mr. the latters mother Mrs. Hattie green 4-H Club was cancelled. eorge Costello at Sum James at Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Oft and You will be reminded of the Mar ch meeting prior to the date. Mrs. Donald Oden and daughters Linda and Dianne andThe February meeting of the Donna and sons Guy sons Teddy, Randy, Joey and Ric p.T. A. was cancelled. The le of Ranson were Sunkey were Saturday evening visi- Founders Day Program will be !guests of the formers tots of the latters mother Mrs. its. Nellie Oden and Nellie Oden and family, preesnted in March. ' The drive for funds for the Mrs. Clarence Oft and sons March of Dimes known as the Mo i Mrs. Roy Pulse and 'were recent visitors of her mo- Linda and Cathy and ther Mrs. Carrie Johnson at Mill- thers March on Polio was spon- sored by the Mecklenburg Gar- ri of Middleway were ville, den Club with Mrs. Lige Miller, of the latters mo- Mr. and Mrs. Alec Lanham and chairman. Those who assisted Cline. family of Loudoun County, Va. were Mrs. Homer McKee, Mrs. Mrs. Calvin Oft and were Sunday visitors of the lat- Paul Miller Jr., Mrs. Thomas Wel- Jr. and Ronnie of ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam sh and Miss June Hamstead. The Md. were Saturday Hardy and family, final report is not available at the formers mother Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Engle of this time since all of the reports 0tt and brother Itarry near Charles Town were recent have not been handed in. visitors of the formers motherYouth Sunday Held and Dale Brookman Mrs. Lizzie Engle and family.. In observation of Youth Sun- Week with their father. " day the K. C. Y. F. had charge of Brookman and grand Spi Ad N0 and Mrs. Cave Brook rit- yocate w Worship Services' ~' Grace E. & Junction. R. Church Sunday morning. The II J nson's choir was composed of members Cline was a surgical On Sa e At oh of the Youth Fellowship and the Charles Town Gen- those taking part in the services today (Monday). cyst removed from her Store In Kabletown were Paxton and Ned Marshall, Paul Potter, Tommy Thomas, Cline is eighty six Gene Taylor, Steve Marshall, Car and this is the Beginning with this week's is- ()line Russell, Nancy Burnett, she has ever been in sue, the Spirit of Jefferson-Advoc Barbara Creamer, Joyce Buhr- We hope she makes ate newspaper will be on sale atman and Norval Johnston II who Johnson's Grocery Store in Kab- is co-leader. This was a combined and Mr. Woody letown. Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Service for the Presbyterian and a supper at the who operates the store will be Grace E. & R. Churches. it Charles Town on Sun glad to reserve your copy for you given in honor of Lyn and have it there each week when Greater West Virginia bowling team. you call. With the adding of John VIr~. Donald Oden and son's Store it now brings the total__ )or la and sons Guy to twenty-six newsstands which Theme 0[ Jan. Meeting of Ranson were Sun- handle this newspaper in Jeffer of Mr. and Mrs. Les- ~" R^rl"~ley, Clarke and Loud- kd!JJI .. Climbers 441 ~un Counties eve. Thursday. r~luUleway g CALL OUR I illville FOR YOUR CHARLES TOWN 899 OR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. Plant No. 899 Charles Town Plant AM 7-8955 VA "A Greater West Virginia" was the theme of the January meet- ing of the Middleway Climbers 4-H Club which was held at the home of Mrs. Thomas Magaha. The club will hold a skating party February 25 at 2:30 until 4:30 at the Berryville Skating Rink. The next meeting will be held at the home of Steve Evans Feb. 17th at 7:30. | I HERD & DAIRY EQUIPMENT are Discontinuing Dairying in order to spend full time and also use the buildings, we will sell on our at Junction of Links Bridge and Dublin Road, 3 miles of Woodsboro and 3 miles Northwest of Walkersville, on it` , FEBRUARY 23, 1961 ... combining Fire, Theft and Liability protection into one tG AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON TO-WIT: ~conomic.Al HOMEOWNERS 12 . HEAD REGISTERED AND t, oucv. saves you time and GRADE HOLSTEINS - 42 are Milk Cows and six are Registered, three Association and three in Canadian. Four Mary- raised grades, six C~madian grades and eight bred Holsteins. of this Herd have freshened since January 1st, 'or fresh by sale time; others are in full milk. Heifers from 2-months to 12-months old, some heifer calves. All animals old enough have been calf- Herd is T.B and Bangs Accredited and Cer- and Test will be run again within 30 days of sale. 300 Gallon Milk T~nk, good as new; 2 McCor- Milker Units, lot of split Locust posts, Etc. money. Just one policy to keep' track of, one premium--and' you can budget your payments with our easy Premium Pay-. ment Plan. Whether you own your home or rant, s~ us for full details. I on Day of Sale. & MRS. FELIX T. FLANAGAN R. BOWLUS & HARRY TROUT, Auctioneers. CUTSIIALL, Clerk. LUNCH BY GLADE VALLEY GRANGE. 9 and 16-2t. Itttmmm~lq .HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ~ROUP HirlLferd IS, Co.~tK'ut It im j I I, MENS DRESS OXFORDS--One Cent SaLe All Sizes 6 to 11 First Pair $9.99 each---Second Pair lc Bring Your Friend. MENS SUITS Regular .99 to $49. 99 SALE $23.97 to $31.97 MENS CORD OY PANTS Reg. $4.99- ,SALE Hll $3.00 MENS HEAVY COATS Compare At Much More. SALE $10.00 i II I II LARGE BATH TOWELS SALE 2 for $1.00 PLAID BEDSPREADS REG. $2.99 SALE $2.00 BED PILLOWSAND DECORATIVE PILLOWS JUST 88c Ill MENS ARGYLE SOCKS Sizes 10-13---Reg. 79e SALE 2 for $1:00 LADLES JEWELRY Values to $1.00 SALE 3 for $1.00 f ASSORTED VALUES TO $12.99 SALE BOY'S BOY'S MENS LEISURE PANTS Sizes 4- 18--REG. $2.99 & $3.99 SALE $2.00 Pair IH,I i KNIT SHIRTS Sizes 8- 18---VALUES TO $2.99 SALE 2 for $5.00 i i IIHIIIll I WORK SWEATERS COMPARE AT MUCH MORE. SALE $1.66 FAMOUS MILLS COTTON LADLES DRESSES Misses and Half Sizes Reg. $2,.99 .... Now 2 for $5.00 LADLES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE Scarfs - Gloves . Hats - Etc. VALUES TO $1.99 SALE 1/2 PRICE VALENTINE CARDS 1A PRICE MENS SPORT SHIRTS S . M- L--REG. $2.99 SXL E 2 for $1.00 BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Sizes 6-IS---VALUES To $2.99 SALE 2 for $3.00 BOY'S CAPS VALUES TO $2.99 SALE $1.00 BOY'S RUBBER RAINCOATS Sizes 6 - 18 .... SALE $2.00 BOY'S HEAVY COATS AND JACKETS VVALUES TO $19.99 SALE $3.00 -- SALE $5.00 SALE $8.00 -- SALE $10.00 MENS !HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS SALE $1.67 ONE RACK OF LADLES COATS, CAR COATS ASSORTED SIZES AND STYLES. Reg. $5.99 to $49.99----SALE $3.00 to $30.00 I II [ lit I I lr. I I I I It LADLES COTTON BLOUSES BROADCLOTH AND KNITS---Sizes 32 to 38 Reg. 99c to $5.99---NOW 67c to $2.00 I I II, ONE TABLE OF LADLES AND CHURENS CASUAL SHOES Values to $3,99 .... NOW $1.00 CHURNS ASSORTED MERCHANDISE SWEATERS - PAJAMAS - SLACKS - SKIRTS . JACKETS Reg. 99c to $6:99 .... NOW 67e to $2.00 GIRL'S DRESSES WASHABLE COTTON PLAIDS AND CHECKS Reg. 99c to $8.99 .... NOW 67c to $3.00 i i INFANTS HAND MADEWEAR Reg. 99c---NOW 57c or 2 for $1.00 Illl I READY MADE DRAPES Reg. $2.99 to $5.99 .... NOW $1,97 to $3.00 all Ill I SPECIAL SHORT FOLD COTTON PRINTS, CHECKS and PLAIDS Reg. 39c per yard---NOW 3 yds. for $1.00 IMPERIAL TOILET TISSUE Reg. 12c .... NOW 10 for $1.00 i llll II III LADLES SKIRTS--All WoOl and Wool Blends Reg. $2.99 to $1.00 to $5.00 New Store Hours: 9 to 6 Friday 9 to 9 Saturday STORE; Charles Town's Shopping Center.