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!i JEFFERSON FEBRUARY 19, 98 members of Cooperative's tom boards directors and Coop ~ Agency managers, Will attend a meet- on February Jackson Motel and at 10:0O a. FARMERS ADVOCATE day afternoon with her sister Mrs, Robert Frye. 1959 7--B Mr. Nelson Fritts was absent from the store for a couple of days Southern because of the illness of his wife who was a patient in .the Mar.tins- burg hospital. Mary and Nancy Viands. daugh ters of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands D Jr. are absent ,from school because of illness. Mary has ,the tonsilitis and Nancy has ,the mumps. J. Repass, Jr., Manager of Sou- Mr .and Mrs. John Milton and thorn States Charles Town Coop- three children of Millville spent erative at Ranson; James E. Sen- .the day Sunday wi:th their brother seney, John S. Rissler, Trumanand sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Caleb Burns all of Melvin Tumblin and ~aznily. Charles Town; J. V. Ki.te, Jr., Jos ,Mrs. O. Whi,tacre of .the Bloom- eph G. Gruber and Lyle Tabb all cry visited her niece l~Klss IAnda of Kearneysville.. Kay Van0rdsdale in M,~rtinsburg a total of 54 of meetings held by over :a six state has over -members who. live inia, Mary- and Ten attending ,the a report on Sou g .the of the 1958-59 will also be a re S.ta~es in a iCURure" ,presented from .the or- office. .there will be a period. district mann- of Frederick, Md. ~or will also act as ,the discussion per- held during .the af of .the meeting. of Westminster, of ~he cooperat- the meeting. of ,the cooper- offices in Rich- Present ,the mid- discussion the role in a Changing attend ,the meeting area are: George By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands First Birthday Lester Owen, son of Mr. and ,Mrs. Lester Dillow of the Kable- town Road celebrated 'his first bir Chday Sunday, Feb. 8.th. Those het,ping Lester Jr. to celebrate ,the happy occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Granvi.lle Stewart and daughters Sharon and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, Mrs. Lydia Weis enburg, Mrs. Elmer Dillow and children Betty, Joyce Ann and Elmer, Mr. Frank Weisenburg, .Mrs. Mock, Mrs. Sarah Swartz and Lester sister Dehbie the beau- tiful birthday cake with one can- dle on was tbaked by his grand- .mother Mrs. Lydia Weisen'berg. Other refreshments served by his mother was ice cream, candy, po- tato Chips and root beer. After the party ,moving pictures were s,hown by Mr. Mock. Good time was en- joyed by every one. Mr. Donald Hovermale was call ed to Martii~sburg on Thursday by the illness of his mother Mrs. Cly de Spearow of Berkeley Springs who underwent an operation in the city hospi,tal for Gall bladder. Mrs. Wesley McDonald of near Middleway was 'a ,caller Wednes- FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA m ltiOnday thru Friday--8 A. M. to 4.30 P. M. Saturday--8 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. AGAIN YOU WILL FIND OUR FABRICS REDUCED. (Printed and Moire), Drap- g and Others. Fiscal Year Ends March 31, 1959, and CLEAR DUT OUR STOCK, This Sale Followed By One the Week of March 23 FORGET THESE TWO IMPORTANT FOR BARGAINS. or Telephone Orders will be handled at bATES:---February 23 - 28, 1959 March 23 - 28, 1959 SOME GEORGE AY and OF THE BIGGEST WASHINGTON'S 1,ast week. Linda Kay has spent quite a ,time in the hospi,tal and we all wish her a quick recovery as she is such a 'brigh,t li,ttle girl and .has spent much time wi,th her aunt during .the summer. Mr. Melvin and .Mrs. Beulah Fritts spent cSaturd,ay evening with friends in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Pershing Ott and children of Ranson were Sunday evening callers width Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fribts of Charles Town were Saturday night callers wi.th ,their sons Melvin and Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and ,two little daughters of Loudoun He~gh.ts, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson and Mr. Donald Hovermade of Catonsville, Md. spent .the day ~unday wi.bh Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and family at the Bloemery. Mr. Jo,hn Vi,ands and some friends of Charles ~I'own spen, t Che day Sunday in W~shington, D. C. ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and Mrs. George Jones were Mon- day callers with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr .,and Mrs. Obie Johnston and daugh, ter Bonnie were callers with the labters parents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins and Joyce at Kab letown. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Herndon of W.ashington, D. C. spent the weekend wi,th :her paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Frl.tts and also visited Tommy mother Mrs. Herndon a.t Shenandoah Junction. :Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry Lee and Mrs. Neale Goliday all Of Baltimore spent ,from Saturday night until Monday morning with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry and son David Lee. , Mr. Lester T. Viands of Charles Town and Mrs. Harry Shirley of Middleway were Saturday morn- ing callers wi,th ,their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were callers on Friday night wi,th the formers brother-in-law and sister ~VIr. and Mrs. Odis James and daushter Donna Jean in Ran son. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and grandson Davie of Hedgesville .spen,t ,the day Friday with ~he latters mother Mrs. Maude Small- wood. Mr. and ~Mrs. Willi,am Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick, Md. and Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. were ~unday visi,tors with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ,Mr: Lester T. Viands of the D. P. A. Office in Charles Tow~ was absent from his office for a .few days with the virus and low blood pressure. Mrs. Lester Ott and son Michael spent the day on Tuesday with her mother Mrs. James Dailey. Mrs. Maude Smallwood received a letter from her son master Sg. rLeo Smal~lwood who ,has been stat loned in Paris,for almost twelve 5,ears saying he was leaving over 9 ,there some ,time this month and coming back to New York where he will put in for his retirement. Leo has ,been in service for over ,twenty 'six years in which almost over sea du, ty. Leo is fifty ,five years old. Mr. and Mrs. Iden Gaynor and son of Knoxville, Md. were Thurs day afternoon callers with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. at the Bloomery. Judy, Harry Jr. ,and Bobby Shir ley of Middleway spen.t the day Thursday wl.th their grandmother VALUES- ---IN--- TOWN AND RANSON 4-Ply Redi- Grip Tires 4-Ply Ply Tires ee Controller Iron (Used) Milk Cooler Kelvinator Range ,, (ii rTown Cooperative 43 RANSON, W. VA. the PURINA way to make - $19.75 YOUR GRAIN PAY Take a closer look ~t the emblem above. You will find $21.75 that it features rural America', most familiar trade mark--the Checkerboard. That means that $18,00 Purina MiLls, a leader in the feed industry for more than sixty-two years, is back of thi| $19.95 service we are offering. Yes, Purina plays a big part in our Check-g-Mix service. $8.00 Here's it works: we are equipped to take your grain, grind it and accurately mix it $65.00 with Purina Concentrates. Pur- ina Research sees to it that these concentrates are Micro-Mixed $75.00 | -they balance your graln-- ' make it do the job it should do i to help you produce the most meat, milk and eggs. Your only "out.of.the-pocket" cost for a c Check.R-Mix ration is for tghrinding and e Concentrate. See us for pjrompt, de- peodable grain mixing ser vice. PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Mrs. Julia Viands. Judy is the la,t est one to have the mumps. Mrs. Garland Henry was a call er on Tuesday evening with her sister-in-law Mrs. John P. q)t.t and family in Ransom ,Farmers Plan To Improve Food, Cover Conditions For Farms In County Many farmers interested in the Wildlife are making plans to Im- 'prove ~he food and cover condit- ions on ,their :farms. E. V. Bernard, Game Technician, W. V~. Conservation Commission, has been working with George L. Cole, Soil Conservationist, East- ern Panhandle Soil Conservation District to improve .the wildlife food and cover conditions on sev- eral District cooperators farms as part of a complete soil and ,water conservation plan. Miss Louise Bris'coe, Harry J. Cain, Claude Marcum, Col. Crane, Sam Michaeis and Dr. Flannagan have all recently made plans ,to install one or more of .the practices con- sidered as desirable to improve foo~l or cover conditions on .their farm. In most cases odd areas, fence corners .and etc. are selected ,for i~provement. The practice may involve only the plan,tins of ~ood ~pat~hes, or Che es~t~bllshmen.t of cover ,by planting several kinds of shru'bs, Scotch or Norway Spruce or Chestnut trees for food and for cover. In most cases materials are ,furnished by the Conservation Game Commission with the farm- er doing the planting. Canadians urged to protect ec- onomy from inflation. Drive CAREFUIJLY, The LIFt YOU Save May Be YOUR OWN READ THE CLASSIFIEDS \ For Safe, Attractive John R. Cooper, Senior.Sanitar- ian for the Jefferson County Heal th Department this week made the following suggestions for the handling of garbage, rubbish and other refuse which will help to provide a safe and comfortable home and also an attractive and healthful community. These steps will take but a few minutes of your time while provid ins faster collections, less hazar- dous conditions and longer use of costly ~containers. You owe it to yoursel, f, as well as to the city em ployees and to your neighbors, and easy and clean refuse collection. All refuse must be placed in coy ered metal containers. Never use a cardboard box that does fall a- ;tort upon handling, especially In damp weather. These containers must be large enough ~to hold aH of your refuse be.tween time of col lectlons, never let garbage accum- ulate. Garbage will attract flies, roaches, ants mice and rats. These disease-bearing insects and ani- mals have no place to get food In a tightly covered metal garbage container. Never let refuse over- flow the container and fall upon phasis thie first tw~,~we~kg inc~ar Slte ial Services Sunday ch Mr. D'ce Waggy, Chairman, an i At Beulah Church 2:30 nounced today. Starting March 1st a series of cottage prayer meetings Announcement has been made will be held; at the same time ,the that special services will be held Commission will be carrying for- at the Beulah Church on Sunday, the ground. Garbage cans 'have to ward a program of visitation ev- February 22, wi.th Sunday School. angelism in the homes. Starting at 1:30 p. m. and preaching ser- be washed by hose to keep them Sunday. March8th, there will be a vice by.the Rev. Carlyle McDonald sanitary. Try to arrange a handyweek of services, wit:h Dr. Charles at 2:30 p. m. Everyone is cordially place for this purpose. E. Brandt, evangelist, preaching invited to attend. Newspapers, tree branches, etc. nightly. Further detail~ will be givt must be tied into bundles and en later. ] READ ~ CLASSIFIEDS placed where they will not cause an accident to a fellow citizen us- ing the pavement. If tied securely the papers can not blow over the streets. Be sure all :bundles can be handled and can be placed .through the truck opening. When a bundle is secured, place for col lection by .the truck. Stored papers are a fire hazard. Keep garbage containers on stands cohen not placed for collec- tion. Stands protect the contain- ers from being upset by stray an finals and from rusting out at the botom. All stands must "be con- strutted in a way .that the ground beneath can easily be kept clean. A good citizen can easily be identified by .the appearance bf ~he garbage placed for colections. It is a must that each of us be a good ci.tizen. Let your neighbors see and know .that you are doing your part. Marian Anderson Movie Te Be Shown Sunday At 7 At Methodist Church "The Lady from Philadelphia" a full leng.th motion picture pro- duced ,by ,the distinguished com- mentator, Edward R. Murrow, will be shown at the Charles Town Me thedist Church Sunday evening, February 22 at 7:00 p. m. Orlgin- ally produced .for the "See It Now" TV program, the picture graphi- tally records ,the journey of Mar- l, an Anderson to the Far East as an unofficial ambassador repres- enting the people of the United States. The world-renowned sing- er is heard in a number of roles, from singing to American armed forces in Korea to a moving up- pearance at the shrine of Mahat- ma &andhi in India. The picture is being brought to Charles Town by special ,arrangement with Con temporary Fl~ns in New York City; i.t is a film that will appeal to old and young alike. The Commission on MenT'ber- ship and Evangelism of ,the church is sponsoring an Evangelistic Era- HERE'S FOR WASHINGTONUS BIRTHDAY SALES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (AND WE HAVE SOME REAL BUYS) MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED AS MUCH AS 50% OR MORE. YOU'LL FIND MANY, MANY BIG VALUES HERE. 118 NORTH CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, - W. VA. Photo--Wurts Brothers OPEN CORI)IALLY INVITES YOU TO VISIT ITS BOOK MANUFACTURING PLANT ( Mile East of Rte. 7 On Rte. 613) Children Accompanied by Adults Will Be Welcome