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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 27, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 27, 1969

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| i 1st here anking Is Pleasure NO SERVICE CHARGE- NO MINIMUM B ANCE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 I I II loose in Jeffer- He can be seen in many of the local stores peering Jt you from a poster supplied by Health rat control Does Jefferson County ~ve a rat problem? Ask your neighbor stated that .more complaints con- cernilag rats have been received this year than in the last five years. tar and ~he closing of many dumps. They are now on the move to new feeding grounds and hon}es. Rats are generally noctu- rnal animals but txtenslve migrat ibns have been recorded in his. tory. They have a good reproduc- tive rate and a female may have as many as eight litters a year. Of course ,this depends on the conditions. Ti~e average female rat will wean twenty rats a year. Rats can be killed in various ways. Poison is used by most ,people but it is only a temporary solution as a new population of rats will move into existing har- bars. Good sanitation and rehabi- litation Will reduce the rate popu Smart home decorating can easy with SatinTone Latex Wall Paint. It's latex-easY to give you a.lovely, velvety- flat finish that dries m less than an hour without paint odor. Water thinned for quick, easy clean up. Flows on like a dream . . . smoothly, effortlessly. And how wonderful it is to be able to redec walls so inexpenswely. With,you may choose from latest colors all at Phonr725-5113 -- Charles Town, W. Va. j~- =L mJJM I lation drastrically. Clean up all the garbage and refuse which the rodents may feed on and store in a metal con. tainer with a tight fitting lid Keep the lids on the cans. Re move the junk and place wher the rats can live. Now you car put out your poisons. It is recommended that bait stations be used for dispensin~ the poisons. These may be con structed inexpensively with scraI lumber and nails and will protec' pals and other domestic animal from the poisions. Use the pair arts according to directions m the container and keep awe" from children and out of foot preparation storage areas. W.he: using poisons it is a good idea t~ keep it out at all times. Dr. Allara requests all citizens of Jefferson County to cooperate in an all out effort to drasticall.~ reduce the rodent papulation. Miss Lillian Myers (FROM LAST WEEK) Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. William Reed are the parents of a son born Feb. 7 in King's Daughters' Hospital, Martinsburg, and named William Reed, 3rd. Mrs. Reed is the for. mer Miss Elaine Weller, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. lley Weller. Mrs, Clarence Wright has re- turned home after spending a few weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright in Chambersburg, Pa. Miss Linda Seal spent the week- end with Miss Linda Gay in Harper~ Ferry. Mr. Leo Stickel has returned to his home after being a part. ent for two weeks in King's Daughters' Hospital, Martinsburg, and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hough and son, Randy, of Fa,lls Church, Va spent the weekend with her par- ents, M,r. and Mrs. Iley Weller. The young peeple of Grace Baptist Church held a skating party at the Berryville( Va skat- ing rink on Tuesday night. Ruritans Meet The Ruritan Club will meet Saturday, Feb. 22, at 5:45 p.m:, at the Community Center, instead of Monday, Feb. 17. Zone meet- ing to be held after regular meet- ing. Mr. Johnnie Painter has re- turned home after having been a patient in the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital for some weeks. Attend amrch Regularly Seaman Dickie Johnson Member Naval Air Cage Team At Norfolk, Va. DICKIE JOHNSON Norfolk, Va (FHTNC) Jan. 31 Seaman Dick Johnson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. John. son of 216 N. English St and husband of the former Miss Ann E. Green of 509 W. Martin St all of Martinsburg, W. Va is a mem ber of the Atlantic Service Force Norfolk Naval Station basketball team, the Tridents. at Norfolk, Virginia. Dick is one of the three return ing veterans. His consistent accu- rate shooting the past two seasons has made him an asset to the Tridents. He has a two-season average of 16.2 points per game with a 47 per~:ent accuracy re, cord from the floor. Men, bets of the team are nor- mally assigned to Servlant ships. However during the basketball .~ea~on they are ~empo~riiy head A young people'g zroup of quartered at the Norfolk Naval Grace Church, under the guid- Station. I ance of Miss Alvyce Anne Russell A graduate of Martinsburg Sen provided a program of music for tar High School, where he played the guests at the Knott Rest basketball, Seaman Johnson en- Home in Charles Town, last Sat- tered the service in September urday afternoon. The young peo- 1965. I ple presented each guest with a I favor as refreshments were serv- Mrs. Elsie Hamstead (FROM LAST WEEK) Mrs. Norman WheLzel and her brother, Mr. C. W. Zombro, Jr were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony DiMarco of Westfield, N. J recently. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hamilton, visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Cathryn Heinz, last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thomas and son, Wayne, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Silveous at Boonsboro on Tuesday. Mr. Stephens, school principal, showed a film on scenm West Virginia at the P. T. A. meeting last Tuesday night. The Cass Railway and the State capitol at Charleston were among points of interest shown. A covered dish supper was enjoyed by members and their families prior to the program, During the business ses sion, the group discussed the pos sibility of sending a delegate to the National P. T .A. convention to be held in Cleveland, Ohio, in May. Funds were allocated for purchase of diffdrent types of balls for the play ground. Before adjournment, Mr. Stephens show- ed the group equipment recently given to the school by the Board of Education. This included a film projector, file cabinet and a clock for each room. ed. In :addition to the advisor, Anna Mary Willingham, Rejean Stuckey, K'tm Basore, Patricia, Karen and Vicky Potter and Lou Ann Whetzel were hostesses. They were assisted by Mrs. Nor- val Johnston. Miss Ginger Creamer, Wash- ington, spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and rMs. W. G. Creamer. ' The Edgewood Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Robert Brady, Shenandoah Jct. for their Feb. meeting, last Wed- nesday. Mrs. Robert Brady led the devotions. Mrs. "Lou Catrow' 'gave the lesson on Floor Cover- ings, showing various samples as she discussed the merits of each one. All members had brought their Tote bags, made at a work shop late in January, for display and approval. During the social hour, the hostess served cookies, jello, hot chocolate, nuts and mints. The next meeting will be held at the home of the presi- dent, Mrs. Gilbert Fry. Mrs. Darlene Stride was the surprised guest of honor at a kit- chen shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. Nancy Jo Dpright in Leeto~vn. The affair was plann- ed by her co-workers at the Lori- Lyn factory in Charles Town. Some firty4ive or fifty guests pre sented Mrs. Stride with gi~ts rang ing from appliances through kit- chen utensils and even groceries. Mrs. Stride and her son, Tim- my, are moving into a new mobile home this week. The recreation room of the Ugright home was de- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 corated in the tValentine theme, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Guests were served cake, punch, Potter. candy hearts, nuts and mints. Mr. and Mrs. James Wyndham Harpers Ferry, visited Mrs. Edith thomas Sunday afternoon. S/P 5 Paul Potter, who has )een stationed in Korea, is at mine on a twenty day leave. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Frank and son, Michael, and Charles Town, were her guests of Mrs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. and aunt, Miss Dorothy CLOSED DOOR POLICY No one'll shop your store if it's closed by fire. And means no $$ for the lem e and other bills. 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