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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 26, 1970     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 26, 1970

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L ~vd~t,|nne I:dnA i while Helen Barnard was second lthird with 163. -- O --- I,~ ,= f Milton Rouss joined several l SPIRIT OF JEFFER,~ON FARMER'S ADVOCATI~. , L J-~ buvnla LUtJ~; Iwnth a 527 set and Biddy Smootl In the boys ~competition for The Hilldale Beauties moved] ullmmmmA ~a Ifriendsia a'week's visit to Flor-[ mUTTDO--~AV~--L~Dn~r--~V--~" ~.~ '~ n -- =" ' es ieadin bowler with a 156' ~ w~un La~l~ a, ~:-~ ~=,~r~Xl, r~Dr~uz~r,x ~v, xz,~u . ~---~ '~.J B . z gz .- [u' g ] three games it was Edgar Whiting into a slim lead in the secondl nADL[IIjwN ima receu.y. I~----------- ~'--'" m ec0n0 nail ]average, while/Evexm cirant ann [ high with 220, Jeff Ashcraft sec- half of action in the Commercial ] 1. a v, a [ Recent visitors of Mrs. George J. ~,T.~ ]Biddy Smoot ~are tied for seconalond with 218 and Dale Zeigler League as a result of action at l Mrs. Marianne Smallwoed I Wines have been Mrs. Velmalner auties at uatue Town an, ~ooert r~elly and Kimoerly of l~ll~l U z J with a 155 ~verage and Socttie J third with 210 Pikesi~ R,] urednesda- Feb J ~.~, I Greenfield, her two daughters, J Berryville, Vs after being off Lovettsville, Va,Mr. and Mrs. ~, ~ ~~s~l~r~,~llE~ . . la'a nousewlYeS L00D / Marcus fourth with 152. ] 18 with the nalltown Paner ] ] Mary Lee and Libby, Mrs. Luc- ]durmg the water months ] George Dodge of Martmsburg. "'I1~. ~ I I - o Dolls kee-in- close on them and I Regular Worship Service will Iille Seville all of Martinsburg and J On Saturday and Sunday Feb- I JrLv& HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE/u,U/L l T I J $11dale only one ~oinSt back with a victoryIbe conducted Sunday, March lstJMrs. Ellen Strotterman of Gore, I ruary 28 and March 1st the Fred-l ~nman N| UB, Aea H~a ~l I~haNDING OF TEAMS J no[ Wheels/ue LeUO ] also I at 9 o clock I Vs. I erick Conference Youth Council I WIVlII~II VI|vlVl#~" IIOTI~ ~ ~ W. L. I B -- z ~. -- ] V~i~-, ]|m |A~ In I Charlotte Eswein rolled the ]- Mr. and Mrs. Rufoe Brown of I Dennis Scott is the name given I will visit Jefferson and Shenan-I o. ~-~ ~o~ ,~ ~ [ m 10wn rren [ iUJ~g dallll LgGU Ill hi~,h ~inrrle -amo score of the da- [ Berryvme, vs. were visitors ~un- I to the baby boy who arrived Fri- i noah junction Charges. on uatur. J usmehs meerlnn == ~. / r / " I~" ~('~ ~,~o~-~o-,~ ,'~lday afternoon of Mr and Mrs [day February 13th to Mr and lday they plan to clean the old lZ 5 I n n.- I - [ I'amn~rdal Ioanuo I nezen Dorf was the da-'s second [ H. O. B d rs. Joshua Chpp. I Mrs, Tony thll I Kabletown Church Cemetery be-I The regular meeting of the Wo- e ~amDs lZ a to **u ~. o. ush anM " ' " - " " ,~- vv ~ ~ - ~21~. ~ Mr Hen s B DUWIIII LiSa C. ry Chpp accompam- Mrs Burwell Ware, Woodbyne gmnmg at 9:00 a. m. The Metho- ~L!!e'z unnies 10 6 [ ~ ~ I best bowler w~th a 189 high sm-[ I ". . . [ linen of the Moose was held on ~le~'s u~** o,~ ~ ~ ,~,MMEV, CIA~ ~L~,~ I--~ a -- =~'~ -~* I ec! Dy nls son, uamel ann tnel Farm has returned to the office I rest men s class Will assist ~ .~ -.- ~.a o . ,~,L, ,L,~,~ ~.~, gte game ~corea,u,toxz~et ' luesaay reo. mtn. one new menl- ,CHARLES TOWN PREP . latter s son, Danny of Berryvflle of Dr J L: VanMeter where she Har BraithwaRe of Ber wlle s Monkeys 8 8 STANDING OF TEAM [ while Dons Basch rolled the third[ :, " " " " "/ . [ ry " ry . ~'S Ladyb ~ in [ BOWLING LEAGUE I- -- S [highest single ~ame score a 1881were bus~mess vtslt rs m Burhnglis secretary after a two week'sla co-worker with Nelson White, ber was enrolled. Plans were dis- - ~' Hens" ~ 6 l0 I STANDING OF TEAMS ' I "reams w. ~ l an~l Charlotte ~Gano the' third [ton, ~unclay. /vacation, I both: drivers of long distance I cussed for the dinner to be served >l~er's Cubs = 11 I T ~r . I Hllldale Beauties 15 5 I hi~,hest set a 509 I Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wolford]Mr and Mrs Robert Grey and ltrucks of Battletown Transfer on Sunday, March 1st Senior ]~ O J.Jt T;~.UJ.;~ yV ,* J~. ~, ~ . . * " ,I~N prs Seagulls 4 12 [Hot Wheels 13~A 4 I~a!l.t~ ,~,~ Dolls 14 6 I CharlotteEswein is also the Ithe'r two children flf B a!timore [daughter of Charles Town were [Company .spent. Monday at .the !Regent Ethel Caniford discussed s I,~, --- O --- ~ "- "= ] ~uoJer s ~i~go x~ ~ I I accompamea ~y Tars, clarence I Callers Monday of Mrs. Gray's I name at me latter s ~rs. ~e~son the Mid-Winter Conference to be J'lO~l~.d's Lions who finished see [ w l m .~uncn 1~ ~ [ Courtney's S. Plugs 14 6 [ !eague s mamng .oow~er w~tn a ] Smallwood were Sunday visitors I brother-in-law and sister, Mr and I White was confined to her home held in Piedmont, West Virginia. ill ' ~ac~ty x~acer~ xx,tt~o average, Wnlle ~ancy r~otn " - - ~. ""~L~. ~the first half of action inJTi~a-- /Daves Esso 12 8 I Iof Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, lMrs Tony Hill I due to illness. She zs employed Door prize won by Helen Kelican . --~.--~ *~7z ET~,~ ~ecv.u w,t. ~v~, Daroara t~aper r sto : " - " -- - " ~WXVA Housewives Bowhng ] ~uv ~,u~ o 9 ] Norman s Risks 10 10 [,r.~a ~,~ ~. ~,~ ch~.~.**,~ [ Ger a d wn. I Lmda Hart Rtppon spent seT-[ in the Intertype Company of Wm Dehcmus refreshments were ser. .~,eand who have been batti-][|,|~ ~o h,~ ~ ~a /F ur Y 10 [~ ^ ~. ~ I Miss Darleen Chpp spent thejeral days wRh her friend Hebelch ster. Ted by the tlospztal Chamnan, : tw t Market Manor 5 15 . u ~uu~ w ~tw he top spot in the second / Jttz, ~rom~ 7 11 I J weekend of February 13th wRh ] Chpp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sunday VIsltors Of Mr. and Mrs. Committee of the month. Meet- o ~,?ee smce it bezan, moved[ m.b po h~.~ ~ 11 [ Barge . rtgee res 16 Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Heavner of Henry Chpp, Paul Rowland were thmr son-re, mg adjourned to meet agam on t~e lead in actio-n Tuesday,/T,-''-~--'--"--::" ~ i~, /Strlder's Strmers 2 18 I READ THE WANT ADS [Fort Belvoir, Va [ Mrs Henry Clipp has resumed|law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tuesday, Feb 24th ~, . nt~ ~l~t~ ~ ~ ~ ihat~P~ at Plkeside bowl witha|Rams 6 12 [ time t dendorCs/ The Hot wheOels have movedl ~" Who have been tied for[ into a slim lead in the Charles| !ii~i~i~!~i~!ii!~i~i~i~iii~:~i~ii~i~iii~iiii~ii~i~i!~i:~iii~i~ii~ii~iii~i~i~ i::ii!::~i':'!i~ii~ii~:i! ~! ~g~ since the start of the|Town Prep Bowling league as[ ~ ~ t~14~a~,l~f" of action, stayed with| the result of action Saturday, Feb.| ~S~t of first place with a,21 at 1~keside Bowl. / l~ U V,d~ ldlq if d~ id ~)o;~:,In the action Kathy Longer-i -"-~'dr " -- ~= - -- . w= ,a a .--, ~e~?>~'s Kittens turned in the/beam rolled the top high game/ Am )i AV !~[!~ ~-~OUnd team performance/score for girls with a 90, while! tCaEn an g tMl - vvl ;g ~,Y~ With an 1886 team set, i Ehzabeth Robmson was second [ tea's Bunnies had the lwith 88 and Cheryl Jones third] ~ r hisl~a game, a 701. 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