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February 24, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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lif /I .... " 17. S. U. S. GRADE GRADE CHOICE ,i vigil ,i ,,., i , ,, , ,, ,,,, ., , , , C Ib CHOICE C Ib roll 39 f roll 69 both municipalities- would have i been at least four times the a- C lib C Ib m bag $199 39c YOUR FRIENDLV HOME-OWNED MAI KET ....... r', * ,,, , m I II f # Black Y ! 1-Box Morton Sale Free With Each Can " I II II I I I I I III II I III m OZ I I 0 cans 2 Loaf 79c oz can / 3~ 79 oz cans IC 4! 37 4i 41 oz can ~/~ gal jar 59 2! bag 59c 25 bag J OZ Coffee l 83c 2-1 Coffee m I l i . I I I j Mayor Tommy Carson said that Jals to impress upon them theI : I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT; [in addition to this equipment, lnecessity of making certain de-[ I I~TTTT~r ~nnTTa ......... A land the town's own trucks, it was J ferments for qualified and skilled| I I llUlti~l)2kZ, 1~ l~DltW-~klt~ ~q~ I~OD I necessary to re:;t one bulldozer|employees of member groups . I I fors~everal, dav_s and_ zt" was this I _'P .... .................. n;~ .... , ,,; ..... ~- ............... i.,~ ,, [ UJI~ IJ |Eugene Long, both of Charles~ other,, churches, as .well,, i t Town were injured and were Journey in Faith deals rental cost that much of he $400 r [ I the recrmtment of labo for har-I_ _ | .. 1 . . I was spent for Mayor Carson said[vesting the fruit crops were pre II-- ' ~, . I,taKen to Charles Town General lmatters central to life and I Y l the men and equipment were J sented to the fruit growers at I I!! ,Y I t [Hospital by. Independent Firel Christian faith, and is led I worked around the clock for some I thoi- annual ban-vet held Wed I I ~ompany amoulance, xney sutter- I the ttector aria trained lay td l I four days in clearinv the snow I ne':.L ....... ;.~ ~.~. ~ ~.'~ .~ I_. ' ....... / ed lacerations about the head I ers It runs for ten Sundays, tl I I ..... I , " I ruvepersons were in]urea and s TOWn on U S Route 340,1 State Trooper M M DavPsonl 9 ~ m In*eres*~a ~,~,,1,~ afll ~ I ~rom, anu opening up ~ansons the viewpoints was presented by - he " " ' " " " ~ I e ............ s~x carsand one truck were w n a 1964 Rambler being dnv- h " ' " I [ [ damaged to the extent of about en West by Rudolph A Leach,/ streets Dav' d North, assistant to the see- c arged the Haltown drwer withIvlted to attend I " drivina ' , t[ too fast for road condlt .... In addition to the nerp ~rom retary of Labor Willard Wirtz, I $3,300 in a series of five high- 51, of Wilmington, Del,'slid offl io ~' ' " ns and also failure to kee While the Blizzard .of 1966 mount they expect was sPent.__ i the two r~e tracks, Sechr~t said I who was the principal speaker I wa- accidents which occurred on the highway and into a pole I., ........... P I~...u^.|.l^ ~,,,m4,*^. r~ld~ aria, me mree snows wmcn pre- THe. first volunteer men ann DOuglas uennison aria -~eorge for the banquet program and the Jexterson" :~" t~ounty-s mgnways rrl" Trooper Arthur said damage was'~ .,s.~ u. ce.te~.__ ~ ___Tuao ............. c-~auc Jea WaL~:~ ll/I ceeded ~t, proved to be most equipment to.help Charles Town lstocks' gave hours of volunteer I other by H. Delmar Robinson, Ca,,....~a.. ou..,^, m.....~ ..stimate.~ .+ ..o~,. r ............ J / .;~ o t from uncler a.u ~J UdJL~t v, ~,.~IlalIUDAUWII ~ Ut al~ ~I,OUV IlIV~LI~