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February 17, 1966

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KABLETOWN Mrs. Mar!anna Smailwood (Deferred From Last Week) C. D, Boyer, Jr. (Bill) is having repair work done on Little Bax- ton, the former home of Mrs. James B. Kemp. Bill who was recently dischargedfrom the Air force having been a member since 1942, and his family are at present residing with his parents Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Boyer, Sr., Shannon Park. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clipp have been Mr. and Mrs. George Smallwood and family Sydney McDonald all of Berryville, Mr. and Mrs. James Nichols and family of Stephen City, Va. Miss Becky K. Ware of Wood- byne farm spent several days this past week with her school mate, THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 125-7068.PHONES-876.2683 Janet Clentlening. ' Mervin Roderick eollao ed under Mrs. Burwell S. Ware, Secre- the weightc,~ of the snow. Several tary in the office of Dr. J. L. local folks assisted him to clear VanMeter, is on a two weeks away the damaged roof. A cow vacation. [was slightly injured. Milton Rouss ,John M. ttill son of Mr. and iand son, Larry, went to. Berry- Mrs. B. Frank Hill, Valley View ville to pick up their supply of was on the sick list r~cently. Washington Post for Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Robert White night delivery but had to abandon and daughter, Donna, were visit- their work. They remained until ors Sunday with her brother-in- Thursday afternoon with his bro- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ther-in-law, Billy White and faro- Charles Getts and son of near Winchester, Va. Snow remains the chief topic whenever two or more people gather. Emergencies such as this Blizzard of 1966 bring out the best and the worst in us. Many' nice things can be reported about those people who did many acts of kindness. Our local mail carter John Smith, brought the mail as far as he could then entrusted it to Bob Bush who delivered it at the local store for distribution. Bob, who owns a scout made good use of it in many ways. He also brought bread milk and orders from the Rippon Grocery whose operator Mr. Albert Nico- demus offered any assistance to supplement the diminishing sup- plies at the local store. Tom Wolf ord likewise became delivery man the latter part of the week when sevel:al trucks were unable to meet tim usual schedule after the road was opened to traveling assistance was given to many whose cars needed a push. Farm ers using their own tractors and equipment did what they could to combat the heavy snow. A roof on the dairy feeder shed of WE THE EXPERIENCE AND SKILLED 'KNOW HOW' Add a sound base of professional training to the above, and you know your prescriptions will be filled accurately, dependably. See us soon. STUCK & ALGER PHARMACISTS . DIAL 725-2621 CHAItI S TOWN, W. VA. ily. When milk began to over-run every available container, Mervin Rederick shared with neighbors. Another interesting note, he put to work an electric separator which had been stored away, then assisted by his mother, Mrs. Rod- erick the cream was churned into butter which was printed and most of it stored in the deep freezer. Coming across fields Messers Itoover and Sirbaugh rode horseback to the local store where supplies were obtained and carried back in saddle bags and a sack tied to a saddle. Brought back memories of yester year. Many other indidents could be reported but mention must be Mr and Mrs. James Lilla, sides, and doe not endorse or tomae State College, Ke *ser, was and sons :Jay anti Vince on Sun-~ ()ppose, candidatesfor publica weekend visitor with her par- C-arlesh TownMrS" wereGary ,]..o.t~nSOnw.~,tors off office, ents Mr. and Mrs. Victor daMr. and of -------------- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker z~&~.'.~ili:~'~Z:.4~'i;~.~1~ZZ.'.'~ tended a show at Harrisburg, Pa., the former's parents, Mr. and l I I~l~lr~luk| on day last week. Mrs. LesSer Johnson on Sunday. L~I'IU~r~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunbar have ......... urchase- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald tlaines ...... p tt a new car. and daughter Cynthia of Browns ivlrs. Mary lqlrr Mr. and Mrs Frank Gardner ville, Md. were visitors of Mr. and ., , ~,o ,,,,:~, .~, ~ . " . ~~.'.::~.~:~:~:~,~ and Juhe were vzs~tors Saturday Mrs. ttenry Ballenger on Sunday. - i ' Mr. and Mrs. Burgm Good~n even ng of the former s parents, ~,',~,~,~,~',~',~,',~'~-,~,~,-~,f,~',~*,~,~ of near Charles Town, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner. Eastern W. Va. Holstein Dairy Club Annual Meeting Sixty-five Holstein enthusiasts assembled at the Shady Rest Res- taurant on the very foggy Friday night, Feb. 11, for the annual din- ner meeting of the local organi- zation. Robert Butler, president, con- ducted the meeting. Miss Pam Link, W. Va. Dairy Princess, was the honored guest and spoke briefly to the group. Clark Taylor, secretary and made of those who afforded this treasurer W. Va. Holstein Cattle writer transportation from the Club; W. L. Campbell, manager store to her home and of the lMd.-W. Va. Bull Stud and Gray- nightly care given by Mrs. How-!son Bowers, fieldman for Nation- ard Bush to Skippy, the pet dog. I al Association presented to the Many expressed thankfulness for group information on sales, twi- the fact that the telephone and light meetings and other pro- electric services were with us at posed activities of the organiza- all times and that sickness was at a minimum Now as to aclverse remarks lets skip them as I'm sure they were: similar to those heard every where. Most children were ready to resume school attendance after a two weeks snow vacation. Miss Dorothy Lake (Deferred From Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and children Sherry Lou, Lynda Beth Ann, Jenifer and Mitchell of Richmond, Va. spent the week end with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Meadows and family were Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitting- ton and children Hope and Rob- by of Baltimore, Md., were week end visitors of the former's moth- er, Mrs. Nelson Whittington. Mrs. Whittington and children remain- ed for a week visit with her mo- ther-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason of Charles Town, Mrs. Bud Stuart and Mrs. Mary Wiltshire were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longer- beam and daughters Tracey and Robin of Ranson, and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam and Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli were Tuesday even ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Lilla. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli were Wednesday evening supper guests of their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wiltshire and son Gary were Friday even- ing visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Turner of Harpers Ferry Route 2. t Mr. and Mrs. William Ains- worth of Charles Town were call What would happen if everybody caught Olds 88 Swing Fever? "ToaoNA DO-INS PIREO ~IELTA I~ HOLIDAY SEDAN Mass happiness. You mas not be immune to Olds 88 Swing Fever (few ~olk~ are). ~tthgt's okay. Your Olds Dealer has a wondedul new cure: A Rocket Action Olds 88! Al~d the choice of prescription is yours: Elegant new Delta 88,.. action.packed new Dynamic... low-priced Jetstar. All Rocket powered.., all Olds styled.., and all priced to make waiting for spring downright foolhardy. Feel your temperature rising? That's Swing Fever. Quick! Head for your Oldsmobile Dealer's .~. open v~ar mouth and say "veah___P' LOOK TO OLDS FOR THE NEW! OLDS 88 I$ SWEEPING THE COUNTRY! , . , , . . . , . . 0 L[:) S MO BI LE"[ tion. Robert Butler, Sam Donley and Emmert Moler were re-elect- ed president, vice president and secretary-treasurer. W. E, Walker was selected as the state director from the to the state association. Emmert Boyd, John Laycock, William Akens, Earl McCormick and Walter Lee Butler were elect- ed members of the board of di- rectors of the local club. Miss Margaret Houser W.S.C.S, Meeting The W.S.C.S. met on Feb. 9 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Horn with a good attendance. Mrs. William Capriotti was in charge of the worship program which was entitled 'U.S. Race Re- lations--As Seen From Over- seeas." Although these same problems arise in other parts of the world, their eyes are ever upon America, the Christian na- tion, waiting to see how we will solve the problem. Mrs. Edgar Mills reported on the study book~ "Realms of Our Calling." This included the many capacities in which we can best serve God. After the business meeting Mrs. Horn served pie and coffee as- sisted by her neighbor, Mrs. Pete Mose. An evening of fellowship was enjoyed by all. Tommy Moler left Monday for the Army. ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott mo- ]tored to Vanclesville on Sunday and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sibert and daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson and sons, of Harpers Ferry, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holler, of Brownsville, Md., were Saturda3 evening guests of Mr. and Mrs Gerald Holler and children. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Harold Harding and Mrs. Anni~ Loudan were Mr. and Mrs. Bobb3 Loudan and children, of Knox. ville, Md., and Jack Loudan, Har pers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp motored to Del Monico last week and celebrated their fourteenth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Camp and children motored to Charles Town recently and visited Mrs. Harry Dinges. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Van Carnie and children motored to Charle~ Town Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. William Shifflet and sons.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forsythe, of Shepherdstown, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Maisel and son, of Martinsburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and iMrs. W. J. B. Houser. The February meeting of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce will be held at the Rib Room in Charles Town Tues- day Noon, February 22, 1966. Members bringing guests are re- quested to call the Chamber off:. ce (725-5514) so that reservations can be made. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Glenn Hoffman of I~eetown who is President of the League of Women Voters of Jefferson Cou- nty (Provisional). Those who were present at a recent meeting of the League at the Civic Center in Charles Town were enthusias- tic for the program these ladies are sponsoring. The World Book Encyclopedia has this to say: "The League tries to assure good administration of existing laws, as well as to pro. mote good new laws. Its members~ keep in close touch with the local government in their communities Local League activities include campaigns for better forms of ci.ty and county government, and for better school systems... The League does not take political Merehant-Noland Chev.Olds, Inc. --- Route 340 East, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 I I I III I Mrs. Viola Chapman on Tuesday. Mrs. J. S. Locke entertained the Hatchery Bridge Club at her home Wednesday night. Mrs. Kenneth Fritts enter- tained the Aid Society of the Methodist Church at her home Friday night. The Liles family, who have been living at the Nellie Hill farm, moved to Middleway last week. Miss Vicki Blue, student at Po- We had our first service in our newly remodeled church Sun- day morning. It is really beau- tiful. Miss Kenna Fritts, of Alexan- dria, Va., was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ken- neth Fritts. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim, of Charles Town, were visi- tors Sunday evening with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr. Death of Mr. Wlnkler Sorry to note the death of Tay- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE 1 THURSDAY, FEBRIJARY 17, 1966 ' lor Winkler Friday. Mr. and Mrs fReaa Th* nirit-Advad[ '" Johnny Winkler and children, ofI -,. ,, J~IIIII'/4UIV~ * Sl Newport News, Va., and Eddie] - 1 Winkler, of Memphis, Tenn.,I,,^ .^ =.~ ~-,,.alI were called h?me l l.lU /U LflUllt, fl CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALWAYS RRST OUAUTY measure Want to spruce'up for Spring? Camu see our huge custom-order collection.. yoars at Penney's dramatic s vi,gs! Beautiful designer prints, florals, stripes, moderns, provincials! Hundreds of solid colors from light to deep tones! Newest textures---nubby weaves, rough textures, smooth surfaces, open Weaves/sheers! All first quality--- all ordered specially for you from top decorating fabric houses. C me in, choose yours today. OOSE FRoM OVERly50 FABRICS FOR DRAPERI , SLI VERS, UPHOLSTERY! SEE HOW YOU SAVE! 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Women's Nylon HOSE 3 Women's SKIRT SETS 15 Women's SLEEPWEAR 3 Women's ROBES 23 Women's DRESSES 15 Women's DRESSES 17 Women's DRESSES 16 Women's DRESSES 9 Women's DRESSES 10 Women's COATS 16 Women's COATS 14 Women's COATS 26 Women's JACKETS 16 Women's HATS 14 Girl's PAJAMAS 15 Ghl's SWEATERS ?/Girl's SWEATERS 5 Girl's SKIRTS 3 Girl's 2-PIECE SETS 3 Girl's JACKETS Were NOW 1.25 .50 7.98 4.00 3.98 2.44 7.95 4.00 6.98 2.00 8.98 3.00 12.98 4.00 14.98 6.00 14.98 8.00 45.00 20.00 30.00 17.00 25.00 14.00 16.95 10.00 2.00 1.00 2.98 1.50 4.98 3.00 3.98 2.00 4.98 3.00 9.98 5.00 9.98 6.00 Were NOW 19 Girl's HATS 1.98 1.00 21 Boy's MUFFLERS 1.98 1.00 6 Boy's THERMAL UNDERWEAR 1.98 1.00 18 Boy's SWEATERS 7.98 3.00 29 Boys' SWEATERS 5.98 2.00 19 Boys' FLANNEL SHIRTS 1.66 1.00 10 Boys' WINTER PAJAMAS 1.98 1.00 26 Boys' WINTER PAJAMAS 2.98 2.00 16 Boys' WINTER ROBES 3.69 2.50 15 Boys' CORDUROY PANTS 3.98 3.00 8 Boys' JACKETS 14.98 9.00 14 Men's GLOVES 3.98 2.00 5 Men's SCARFS 1.49 .77 7 Men's SCARFS 1.98 1.22 22 Men's SWEATERS 12.98 6.00 6 Men's WINTER SHIRTS 5.98 3.00 10 Men's WINTER PAJAMAS 3.59 2.50 14 CORDUROY PANTS 4.98 4.00 4 Men's JACKETS 16.98 12.00 7 Men's TROOPER HATS 2.98 1.50 8 Moleskin WORK PANTS 4.98 4.44 PENNEy'S STORE HOURH--MON.-TUES.-WED.-THURS. 9 TO 5 FRI. & SAT. 9 TO 9