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ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 nual meeting of West Virginia State Horticultural Society held February 23 and 24 in Martins- Mr. Thomas Penwell attended Mrs. H. Reinhart Johnson and the 2-day session of the 68th an-Itwo daughters of Front Royal, Va. Clarence Smallwood returned to his home Sunday afternoon, Feb. 19th. burg Mr. Bernard H. Burr, pres- ident gave the opening address on Thursday morning. Thursday night the banquet followed by a dance was held in the Shenan- doah Hotel. On Friday morning panel discussions were held with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush of Charles Town were Sunday visi- tors with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush. Mr. tester Hough suffered sev- eral fractured ribs as a result of a fall while employed on the farm "+ O" "':'" Betty Gaither and her granddau- ghter Miss Cathy Gaither all of Brunswick, Md. Mrs Marie Smith and " Mrs. Bates Hammond remain patients at Kings Daughters Hospital. Mrs. Leonard Stuckey was hospitalized on Friday. Her condition is sat- isfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cline and son Billy of Silver Spring, Md. were weekend guests of the formers mother Mrs. J. W. Cline. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard were Mr. and Mrs., Carl Warfield of Martins- burg; Mrs. C. W. Shipley and Miss Jackie Hughes of Shepherds town and Mr. Garnet Payne and daughter Janet of Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitmore of committee reports being given He was hospitalized for seevral Clearbrook, Va. who have pur- Friday afternoon, days and will be unable to work chased the Grantham property Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bush and for several weeks, are renovating the house before family and her mother Mrs. Jos- Mrs. Joseph Mercer has return taking residence. hua Clipp moved Wednesday of ed to her home after visiting her Church Circle Meets last weel~ from Avon Dale Farm son Phillip and family of near Circle of the Presbyterian Chur where the former family resided Martinsburg. ch last week met at the home of over ten years to the former C. 4-H Club Mrs. Harold Buhrman. The Rev. D. Johnson home which adjoins Three 6f West Virginia Beaut- Mr. Andrew Gullick gave a re- the Johnson's Grocery. Despite ies were the basis for the pro- view of the foreign mission study the recent snow and inclement gram of the regular meeting of book "One World-One Mission" weather the day of the Bush farm the Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H by W. Richley Hogg-Worship Ser sale on Tuesday the 21st both Mr. Clb held in the Kabletown School vice will be conducted a's usual Bush and the Ladies who served Feb. 22. Edward Hough president Sunday at 9 a. m. with S. S. at 10 the lunch were very gratified was in charge of the meeting. Pat Darlene McCusker, M~rtinsburg High, emerged winner of the American Legion-sponsored oratorical A. M. with the results, ricia Heflebower vice president contest held Saturday afternoon at Shepherd College. She thereby qualifies for consideration in other At Grace E. & R Church Wor- Debbie Seal, daughter of Mr. had charge of the program. The contests leading eventually to nationnal finals. Miss McCusker is shown in photo above with other ship Services will be held at 9'30 and Mrs. Edward Seal met with a theme ,,for the devotions was contestants and program director, left to right, as follows:--Chavles F. Prints, member of Shepherd A M with S S at 10'30 A M "K painful accident while playing ' Hands . The scripture Job 17-9 faculty, veteran director of the annual tests for this area; Miss McCusker, Tom Doyle, Charles Town; ~" v" P . ;U" ~..+ .~ ~ oZ" u a#" Sunday evening. As a result of was read by Ellen Cloud and Joe Shirley Ann Wailtng, S~ Joseph's School, Martinsburg. Another contestant disqualified herself after ~ileGu~i'ld'and"~ens~rot~er~oo~' the fall her mouth was badly cut Cloud read a staory on "Hands". re~hing the stage when unable to perform. Judges for the affair were: Dr. I. O. Ash, professor emeri ........... reauirin~ the family nhysician's There use and the way each uses tus In Education, Shepherd College; Dr. Ruth Scarborough, professor in Social Studies at Shep- WUL meet on Tnursaay ~arcn z attentioll"wiao stitc~'d thewound, them. The Club prayed The Lords herd~ Wade Banks, instructor In Speech at Shepherd. (Photo by Smallwood Courtesy the Journal at 7:30 P. M Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller and Prayer. !for the March Meeting. Ellen road to open, giving the people of session Wednesday night. He dis- ~|C ~J|/,/~,amHc ~n^ ,, I'IlJ~il IllSVMI~IIIU~ VII5 family of Washington, D.C. were The club realized $45.00 from : Cloud had charge of recreation, the town an opportunity of reap- cussed the Principles of Mana- weekend visitors with her mother, serving the Ruritan Supper. The i Marshall Thompson was host.for ing the splendid harvest on the gement.' , I~o , ~. , . .. Mrs. Georgia Brown. I club decided to clean the road-I The members of the local 4-H I sides of the community in AprilI the cozening. Shenandoah River. To the gener- Charles F. Prints of Charles I U~ ~=0ur ~{~e~ ~ club held a roller skating party[and to have a Good Groomingi ]ous public spirit of Messrs. ~eo- Town Certified Public Account-I Thursday night in the rink at ] Comest m may.,, I T~ O||=w=w~ ~$ 'N~ I~ge ~l~erurnerpeopmando~ unarmsGe"W" Maj:-.~own sessmant' will be the speaker for the ]W~U ,-u,,,,,,Gam|nn .vd N .,m,.Mm'lr Berryville, Va. Ellen .Mercer was [ The program Be familiar with II1 MIILLalU t/I 71 , , ~ " n March 8. He is the chair I ~$ I are inaebted largely ~or the prom man of Division of Busines~ Aa I ............ an overnight guest wRh Carolyn, I West Virginia" was presented. ' ...... " ~'our " " The cold weather of last week ptness wRh which the road to the mlnicfr~tinn ut Ch,,,~h.~.,4 ~.!1..,~^ I S~uQenI:S m me west wr- Cloud also attending the party I West Virginia Trees was discuss- I ....................... p ......... ~e ~inia Univer.~itv C.nuo~ , count of the blizzard during tne river was opened ................................ o~ ~f Educ- while Ellen's sister Joyce was a I ed by Stephen Cloud. Stephen sta ]winter of 1899 reveals many items , " . I ~nu. m~ ~uuj~ct Win De ~CCOUm-,, I ation com,~ileav ...... o~-o~-~s..~-a ...... . .......... ] Movements of trams, both on lng Records and Control I~es last semester ~- ~0-~ ~- ~ .... guest of Marie Penwell for the I ted that West Virginia is the sec i . . .............................. Tne in ~t evening. 1 end largest producer of hard res,dents. The chp~ng was sent ] O Railroads were blockaded to ] throu"h as~ ~u~e was.arranged I roll announced today by. Dean Miss Edra Harding and sister wood in the United States, see-Ire mm Oiilce oy mrs. howard ]~rnv~ ]~r,,o f,r,~, ,f b~,ao' s ~,, .?u~,yv,y..s, y up yore-[~ari L. tioggs, r~arnmg mgnest- Mrs. Elsie Higgs of Engle were[end only to Arkansas. The state Clendening of Charles Town: ]~e=m~-,keD~h~,~:~, ~:,,.-~'~': poser o~ ~. ~rooKe ~lac~ora, ex-[possible 4.0 marks were Patricia giniaViSitrSMercer.ThursdaYin withthe afternoon[eachMrS" Vir- [ tree iStreetheproducsSUgar Maple3 lb. ofandMaple ithat i .. . . _~ ~mmense" ~" ..... "drifts" " along ............. both.. Shnes. . .... Count-ecuuve~ secretarYchamber O~ofmecommerce.Je~erson,/uemus,[ ......... Greenlee,~nartesCharleston,Town;. RevaiviarvmNiCO-u The cold weaner of last week The i~or~olk & western naa a M E Brad" Small Business ~Ad~ .............. " the three went to Middleway to[Sugar each year. The trees are l ] . #, - ~nanaoarger, rnlmp~; anu Juua moderated somewhat on Satur-clear track Thursday morning, ministration" Ge-r=~ We,.t-,~--]u,,,,,~ ^ .... ,~. ,-^,.~. ,~o place their applications for era- I used for Maple syrup and furnit.~ a e sn e n to fal} cul ~ ........ ~' ............... v .... ,~,~,,, ,~,,~,~, ,.,,1. ployment with the 3M Company. I ure. Barbara Hough discussed d y, wh n ow b ga , bringing m the hrst mall recew, mana~,~r nf tho .1 .l R/owh~'rrar I ..... ' ..... .... o ..................... r ortytwo omer stuuems nan Several fishermen from Mar. I West Virginia Birds. Barbara lmmatmg in one of the severest ed here since Sunday. store in Martinsbur-" Dr O S ] " .......... tinsburg report a success on their [ showed pictures of birds common ~t !ogiii!i first day of fishing-a total of 15 ] to West Virginia such as Cardinal i cats and carps while on the second [ gold finch, house wren, king fish! day yielded only three fish. To [ er, blue jay, Bob White and Bluei date Monday the Shenandoah lbird. The Cardinal is the state continues to be full but not to a lbird of West Virginia West Vir-! wood, Norma Calvert, Arthur flood stage as has been several I ginia State Parks were discussed ! abatement in the snowfall, Men- loser of some fine hogs; Mr. J. F. ker Sho~h-,'~ ~,u,~,~- ~ T ,~'.'.~ I _ . ' . .. .. " days ago. I by Jimmy Heflebower. Jimmy i~,r~day was but a repetition of the ;Myers,~~,._~,,osheep; and George D. Ris Bentz, ~Iartinsbur:Y~'Ch'arles""~/ dam; Nma ureas, ~'arkersburg; Sunday afternoon visitors with[told of 10 state parks. Andra 306 ] ~'~-~~id:~ ~~ng:~:ii~ ":=e~J " ~i!b~rU~t~~i ~~S~ the Smallwoods were Mr. and[acres in Barbour County; BlackI Mrs. Marshall Frye, Mr. and Mrs. [ Water Falls 1,679 acres near DR- I George Frye, granddaughter ]via; Capon 5,814 acres near Ber-i Alice-of Ch~les T-own, Mr[ and[keley Springs; Droop Mountain while. Zero was reached about'travel but the county roads are Shenherd'C~lle-e . lger, Chester; Connie Richardson, | Battlefield 269 acres in Pocahorb ~ noon on Monday, and there it rd-|practically impassable at this wri, ~" ~" " ~Masont~wn; Lela Mae Shanklin, -- * * I tas~ (~ounty~, Grandview 878 acres m~i d till sometime during Moi~fting The B & O is ill tied up, ~ ~/hite ~ulphu~ Sprin ,~ Vir inia . . . g Ptn hn m ! ' : I l'ey; Holly RiVer 7' 12 | l I l acres near Hacken Valley; Lost day night, then sank to 10 de- no mails arriving h !eover its Williams, Tunnelton; Sue Carold ~ ~ ............. r Mathias"~grees belw the zero point. The i line since Monday morning last. ! t~ver a,~x acres hen , . Wilson, St, Mary's; Janet Kay I storm extended from the Rocky | Pinnacle Rock 33 acres near Blue . A ~snow storm set m on Thurs By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Woods, Beckley; Janice Anderson ! ,,..,.1. m ...... + t~ ~n~ a,'res Mountains eastward to the Atlan- day about 12, accompanied by Boalsburg, Pc. and Robert Carroll I : ,, IL|_L'?,,~_L"?.s2:L_~],.?:a~ 10~0571tic Ocean and from Portland, hail, lasting several hours which 4-H Special Pr-'o-'~n~t" Toronto, Ohio. | |l~ar ~Jl-~/tull, ~llLt eltV~ , I " ' |,L | .~1 ~ | ....... r Marne, to Flortda and has broken added about 5 inches more to the 3.3---3.59-Edna Arents, Marian present a special program in ob- Baker, Nicholeen Dodd, Linda ~u,~l~ ~ ~'~ ~ laches i~unnte~rnevil~eTe~erprrkrWe~ l all previous records of the weath previous fall of snow The Evergreen 4-H Club will | ]ffJ]~l |J ~J[ ~ | "e ar round recreational facil" I er bureau since its establishment servance of National 4-H week on Frame, Sarah Herod, Regis Schiff Irye I,,,oo., ....is- tola of Cran [in 1873. Snow, in places sheltered ~.e|.^~.~. U_~.,~.^--^.i, March 6. The meeting will be bauer and Richard T. Walls, Mor- E .,= - .. _l " I; ..... ~:"WJ " "--. ?- ~" l from the onslaught of the gale, MU~III~I~ ItlGIIG~llltglll ,held at the Educational Building gantown; Judith Fisher, Mounds- " measured three feet, while the of Grace E. & R. Church. Parents ville; Colantha Harris, Paden that grows flowers and plants . " fr " ]~hst ,~,sHv crow much farther drifts ranged variously om five |n}~H}$ | ~,M~n and friends of club mmebers are City; Thomas Hatcher, War; Rob ~l~dr "~ I ' ' t toi""'mm'm~ ma .l~ImI~ " , ............ feet to towering chffs twen y !invited to attend. Some of the erta Karickhoff, Elkins; Susanne , south than W Va Several talks " a ' "' " "v n thirty feet m height Tuesd y " b:/am~:tg~m2:v/eretafk ~n morning a clear sky and a brill- Sp0~$0red At Shepherd projects of the 4-H members will Layne, Fairmont. be on ~lisplay. The purpose of 4-H Nine Lyons, St. Albans; Phy- , week is three fold: To acquaint llis *Perogoy Dusic, Beckley; Jan- ~I puke: 2:ssertstS~atMar~e P,~rW:ll I a unl h nre aledoSv glhtts A business management instit- more young people with oppor- et Westfall, Summersville; War- ~~' ~.r".~ Iga e ......... ~ I their beauty The whole face of lute which will run for a period '~~-":~ -'l Pw:r~l ~et~t~ra~ne :~e~e~stra~-/the county was one heaped and I of eight weeks got underway at tunties open to them through join ren H. Widmyer, Berkeley fIl;, xm' I ........ .~"/billowed waste of snow--Charles I Shepherd College Wednesday ing or forming ~-H clubs; To in- Springs; Judith .Wilson, .Leon; ]iou~ ~naleWe~yngce~e~:~gavW:m ]Town took on a faultless mantle I night under sponsorship of theandCreaSeaccomplishment~understanding Ofand4-HtoaimSex. ertWillieA, SueKorona,WdS'uniontown,Bluefield; RObpa.; '~'~"- I .... " ,,.~ t'~nit tarac |of white, rivaling descriptions of lcollege s Division of Business Ad press appreciation to the many Don Martin, Pt. Marion, Pc.; and . Iaemons.~rat~,on on ~ u s " I I " I the Klondike mining towns. One i ministration in cooperation with friends of 4-H who support the Shiztey Slosarik, Millsboro, Pa. family wlll be host I :tsj:ty tUa /f : t dl i deai i~!s;/d~!hBt~ai~bAd/~a~n~c)~! "learn by doing" program of charM , : acter development and good cit- Arm.. I~t~m~wn.~t~u~m~w~m~m~mw~~t~r~m~ .......... .Y . - izenship. Co-leaders of the local ........... In act mere was actual su rermg merce orgamzauons, club are Mrs. Ercel Boyd and tt~m, from the want of fuel. Many pe0 The sessions are once each Mrs. Harold Burhman. Rodney Fulk In ~.~ X~tZX~ ~.,~'Ua V~ ple able to buy wood, .cal were week being held each Wednesday Miss Linda Hilliard, daughter .~ ,~,,~#,A~,~, ~,~ ~,,,, deprived of it for a while by the in Snyder Science Hall. And the of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard ~=j_ _! IU :~l~t~K~l: /U Inl: physical impossibility of getting purpose of the Institute is to pre- and Mr. Jill Johnston of Charles germany cxemses sent the basic concept that the Town were dinner guests Sunday it delivered. A rush of orders was more than our coal dealers could cope with to the comfort and sat- isfaetion of their customers. Much suffering both on account of ~ lack of food as well as of fuel is reported. Schools were sus SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON .. ADVOfATE Or pass it along to a friend or use it to extend or renew your own subscription. Please start sending me the Spirit of Jefferson - Advocate. work of management is very broad hi scope and skill and is developed through training and experience. Training received in this institute will help the bus- incus man by providing the know ledge of ystematic approach to sol ving e ery day problems; an op-, l~ortunity to meet and discuss oblems with other business en; an introduction to sources of in~rmation available to the small business operator; and an opport mity to increase individu at management skills that they may be used as a tool to improve operations. George A. Zeigler, General Sales Manager for M. J. Grove Lime Company of Lime Kiln, Md., was the speaker for the first evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grove of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brenaman of Mt. Holly Springs, Pc. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and son Terry Lynn were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur" Edwards of Leetown. ' Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd WiR and sons Steve and Richard of Harpers Ferry. Miss Arlene Zinn, R. N. of the staff of Kings Daughters HospR- al Martinsburg visited her mother Mrs. Dorcas Zinn on Tuesday. Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel' were Mrs Mert Walker, her daughter Mrs. 4th Armored Div., Germany (AHTNC),Army Specialist .Five Rodney ~C. Fulk, whose 'wife, Sherry lives at 255 Delaware Ave. Martinsburg, W. Va. recently par- ticipated with other personnel from the 4th Armored Division in Exercise Winter Shield II at the Grafenwohr-Hohenfels train- ing area in Germany. Specialist Fulk, a stenographer in the division's 504th Adminis- tration Company in Goppingen, entered the Army in July 1958 and arrived overseas in February 1959. The 21-year-old soldier, , son of Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley C. Fulk, Rotite 4 is a 1957 graduate of Mar tinsburg High School. He ~ttend ed Shepherd College. Name t I . . = . . . t , , ,. i ... i # 6. , = ,.. , , .. ~...... Street .................................... City ........................ State .......... $3.50 Per Year, Plus 10 cts. tax in West Virginia pendec~ for the week to await the clearing up of the streets and the public roads leading into toltn. Travel upon all the roads was brought to a standstill by the snow drifts. A man on horse back even could not have gotten two miles from town so much was travel impeded. The managers of the toll roads were engaged in op ening their roads to travel just as soon as hands couM be employed to push the work of cutting throu gh the drifts. The Kabletown and I Bloomery turnpike was the first . i " J K Noel, Jr. Dies ++, + Of Heart Attack . ~ "':'"~ d Hagerstown, Md. Saturday morn- ing at 9 O'clock of a heart attack. .... ACTIVE PEOPLE MAKE ACTIVE MARKETS AND YOU LL FIND THE MOST ACTIVE + * Born at Hancock, he ,was the OF BOTH IN THE ADVERTIfiING AND EDITORIAL PAGES OF THE... --TAKING MESSAGE DIRECT INTO THE JEFFERSON COUNTY HOMES OF 22,500 READERS EVERY WEEK- son of the late J, K. Noel Sr., and Lola (Perkins) Noel and was a resident of Hagerstown for the past 32 years. He was a member of the St. Paul's Methodist Church, B. P. O. Elks No. 378 and the Fountain Head Country Club. He had been vice president of Victor Products Corp/and for many years was em- ployed in the sa!esdepartment of Funkhouser Industries. "'~ ~" *',"'+'"~d hv h+s wife, Mrs, tt. N I, daughters, Mrs. .... i ioller Miss Deborah Noel of gerstowa; son, J. K. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVO( 2--A THURSDAY, MARCH 2, Noel, III, College Park; brothers championship trophy George R. Noel and Dr. J. Steph- game ball, "also was en Noel and Dr. William W. Noel the team showing the of Hagerstown sister, Mrs. J. Ken neth Spence; Mrsl Mildred Fren- ch and Mrs. Harry Cramer, all of Hagerstown and two granddaugh- ters. Funeral services were held at the Suter-Rouzer Funeral Home in Hagerstown on Monday at 3:30 p. m., with the Rev. J. Turnbull Spicknall officiating ,with inter- ment in Rest Haven Cemetery. manship in tournament The Musselman team ented a trophy as ner-up and the school's era won the honor of ed as the best cheerleaders tournament. The Harpers Ferry High also led in the number of on the All-Sectional team Shepherd Swimming T ~ ~ . . aid Frye represented earn/0 farnciDale on the team, Charles " picked from Shepher( I. U--+ tL__t 4 Richard Stevenson made III #1011~ l'll~l~[ Ivldr~ll L=~'Page Jackson. ~, , . Flavius Smith, basketb' The Shepherd College swim- . ......... .... at ~nepnera ~ouege v ruing team wall participate m the the tournament awards. I State Meet at West Virginia trophies for the tournam~ State College Institute, W. Va. the Martinsburz Journal, March 2-4, Mr. Erwin Fieger, asst. of Jefferson-Advocate an( professor of physical education tinsburg Radio Station WI~ has announced. The following ~ tankmen will represent Shepherd E_,~._,- %_, P*L_,~t Charles Atherton, Shepherdstown ~d~|~[H ,}Idr ~,[Id~l~ Allen Chambers, Martinsburg; .... _, Lee Cook, Washington, D. C.; T~ ~h~P_IT~ ~l~l~tl[ John Cygler, Rahway, N. J.; Ped- - ............... " re Dies, Havannah, Cuba; Will-~__LL. r___J t~_~,~ iam Huterly, Frederick, Md.; wor[H~ ~lrl]]]~ ~l]ii! Hugh Jacobs, Chambersburg, Pc.; Members of Charles ToV~ Ward Keesecker, Bkly. Springs; ,,,. ~9~ o,n,~, .f wot~ Russ Pfltz nger, Bound Brook, N. win ,h~o,-,,, thh ~,~,~,,~1 arl J.! Dave Reilly, Baltimore, Md.; ~'~'t'~,~,~'~''~:~,~,~:~:* -M~ Charles Shobe, Moorefield; Wil- ~7~ .... ./-;J .... :.~J'_,~-el liam Spoerl, Cumberland, Md.; ~_h~enG~r~i ~i?~o~.c~?~lU~ Dave "Thrailkill, Washington, D., on, ' C.; Don Vance, Moorefield; Doug ~":: ....... t las Vance, Moorefield; Ted Veed mere wm oe a D.anqu~: er, Nokesville, Va.; Robert Wool- Methodist Fellowslnp Hsl~ ridge, Washington, D. C.; Ed Mas land.tickets may be obtaine oh, Hagerstown, Md.; Larry Mur- LUCltle l-lenle or ~mrw7 man m unarms Town phy Rahway, N. J.; Paul Bishop, Albright, W. Va. . ~,~,, " I i~ew bovlet pact Is ~ ,, P .,. n ' Cuba. harpers rerry nngn, Musselman Cop Most N 0 T I C E: ..... I AM NO LONGER W0 Of tournament Awards The Harpers Ferry High Tigers FOR MYSELF.'- ( tournament champions and the Your Business Will Be Musselman High cagers, runner-Appreciated and I G~# :Ups copped the major share of LOWEST PRICES At/Ill trie tournament awards Friday BILL RARI night, with Ronnie Dellinger the _ ,.,~,u+~ _.~ sensational high-scoring guard CHARLES xu~z~, ~' from Musselman walking Off with PHONE 545-1~ the top number of individual a- .March 2 and 9-2t.-P~ wards. In three games which Mussel- ---'~---- man had to play in the tourna- =~=ffi,=mm ment, Dellinger scored a total of You Are 74 points to become the tourna- ~'/~k ment's highest scorer. He ,also " .... ~fmk, 18 of 27 foul tries to w~r~ ~the~foul shooting award. Deffi~-! ger was named as the most valu- able player in the tournament. Gary Iden, another guy with a lot of fight and determination, who did a great job for the Har- pers Ferry High Tigers Friday Cherle~ ToWn- night was named as the best de- fensive player in the tournament. Extended to I ar The Harpers Ferry team in ad-~ dition to being_ presented theI1 |Ta ul0 Door$85.19Prize ". GOOD I(No Purchase NeceS THINGS 1Drawing .__ i __ _@b lo March | Bundle Lots WHEN | $|-$1.50-$2.00. Point $3.75 ond U YVallpaper 25 I ond Up . Bargoins Galore! Prevue of blew SI | Wallpaper | Free Brush Eacl i Paint Sole -mI....mmdu~ Feb. 16-4t. Donnie Hetzel, John and John Shultz on th~ Musselman put Dave Brannon on the MONROE COUNTY Famous for its Medicinol Springs . ~-+I t Possibly more than any ofher county in the state, has an abundance and a great variety of mineral medicinal springs. Such names as Sweet Springs, phur Springs and Salt Sulphur Springs were once well the country over and were patronized by the the Old South. Remnants of some of these facilities number of fine old residences are mute testimonY to. area's former glory. Monroe County was created from Greenbrier in named for James Monroe, fifth president. It is a high mountains, gently rolling plateaus and rich valleys~ consequently an agricultural county. The county's first settler was James Moss, who cabin at Sweet Springs in 1760. Union, county settled in 1774. In Monroe County and throughout West U. S. Brewers Foundation works constantly to the sale of beer and ale t~nder pleasant, orderly tions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves best interests of the people, the Foundation st close cooperation with the Armed Forces, law ment and governing officials in its continuing re~tulation" program; United Sta~ WeST 6051 Kanawha chadetton, L ? '/ / !