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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAI MER$ MARCH 2, 1961 ADVOCATEh__A On Dean's List For College of Engineering At West Virginia U t35 students from Jefferson bourne, Sandra Osbourn, Garland are enrolled at Shepherd for the spring semester Rider, Registrar, announced list includes students from four high schools, Charles Harpers Ferry, Shepherds- and Page Jackson in the and they are as follows: Alexander, Ramon Alvar- Gerald Anders, Linda An- Atherton, Michael rton, Michael Athey, Wilbert Lorna Benner, Margie Barbara Brenson, Dora Donald Braxton, Philip Wayman Braxton, Jos- Francis Carey, Caton, William Chicc- Joe Christian, Paul Cuff- Richard Collins, Richard Deloris Day, Darlene Dil- Dillow, Robert Doy- Ott, Peggy Ott, Junior Painter, Rufus Park, Vincent Perricone, James Pope, Dewayne Raines, Donald Raynor, Sylvia Reid, Pat Rockenbaugh, Elmer Roderick, Franceine Russ, George Rutherford, William Santmier, Marion Sarra, Agnes Shriver, Jeffrey Shultz, Milton Skinner, Bonna Small, Todd Smoth, Warren Smith, Judith Snyder, Mary Specht, Irma Speg, Robert Spinks, David Stephens Carol Thacher, James Tolbert: Donald Trundle, William Trus sell, Charles Tucker, John VaT- ter, Robert Vawter, Clyde Via, Kenneth Waldeck, George Wal- CHARLES WAYNE BREWER ters, Son of Mr .and Mrs. Charles T. Alexander Wanger, Mary Wan- Brewer of RFD 1, Kearneysville, ger; Carolyn Ware, Cornelia Wen has earned outstanding grades as ver, Fanny Weaver, Ernest Webb a student in the College of Engin Laureda Webb, Donald Welch, !eering at West Virginia Univer- NEWS IN AND AROUND By Mrs. Stuart+ Crim Phone 47-F-032 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kincheloe per guests of the later's parents had as their dinner guests oni Sunday Mr. and tMrs. Floyd An-i ders and their two daughters Pamela and Sandra of Spring- field, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cannady of Portland, Oregon. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Bonn W. Crim were her bro ther-in-law Mr. J. Karl Grubb and Mrs. Daisy Marks, both of Bolivar W. Va. Mr. Shelby Longerbeam of Washington, D. C. spent the past weekend visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Longerbeam and their family. Miss Patsy Oats and Mr. Robert L rgent of Winchester, Va. were vtsitors on Sunday at the home of the formers cousins Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and their child- ren Deborah, Johnny and Patric- in. Mr. and Mrs. George Crim at- tended the banquet and dance at Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Crim of "Men te View" on Sunday evening. Mr. Stagner who is on a work assign ment in Manistee, Michigan arriv- ed home on Sunday morning to spend several days with his wife and children. Mrs. James Glassford of Arling ton, Va. spent the weekend visit- ing at the home of her parents- in-law Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Glass- ford. Dinner guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and their children Bobby and Linda were the formers bro ther and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Light and their young est daughter Barbara Jean of Sil, ver Spring, Md. and Miss Willa: Mae Kackley of Randallstown,' Mdl r. illiam Gracey of Charles Town visited on Sunday at the home of his mother Mrs. Kate Recruit Lee A. Drish At brt kcksen, S. C. LEE A. DRISH Recruit Lee A. Drish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Drlsh, Sum mit Point is presently assigned to Company C, 1st Battalion, 1st Training Regiment of the U. S. throats by taking daily doses of penicillin secondary attacks of rheumatic fever can be dramati- cally reduced. This is the rheu- matic fever penicillin prophylato ic program. All children in Ber- keley, Morgan and Jeffersoo eounties who have no source of penicillln aide eligible for the pen icittin prophylactic program of the Eastern Panhandle Heart As- sociation upon referral from their family physician, who is the most important member of this coop- erative program. Rheumatic fever is one of the leading causes of chronic illness, invalidism and death in children. There are approximately 1,000,000 pople in the U. S. who have rheu matic fever. However, modern treatment of the initial attack and prophylactic use of penicil- lilt to prevent recurrences have greatly changed the dread cour- se of the disease. All parents who have questions or problems con- cerning rheumatic fever or strep- toccoccal infections are urged to consult their private physicians. Westminster To Win from the floor line, sinking a sis zling 23 for 81 shots. Martinsburg was trailing by a 34-31 score at the end of the third period, but then the Bulldogs went to work and sank five of six shots from the floor and conver- ted 10 of 11 foul shots to roll up 21 points while Westminster was getting only 9. If you find life is empty, try putting something into it. TO SUBSCRIBERS: If Somebody Keeps Borro?ng Your SPIRIT ADVOCATE --give him this coupon Dozier, Colin Dunbar, Mary Weller, Donald Whitting- sity. His first semester 1960-61 the Shenandoah Hotel in Martins- Gracey. Army Training Center, Infantry, Duncan, Evelyn Carp, ton, Chirley Wiltshire, Nancy grade point average was 3.79 out burg on Thursday evening which Episcopal Churchwomen To Meet The Spirit of Jefferson- )y, Wortman, Elizabeth Yates. of a possible 4.00. As a result of was held in connection with the The Episcopal Women of the at Fort Jackson, S. C. where he Crown le, James Faust, Cal- this excellent record, young Brew annual meeting of the West Vir- Church of the H01y Spirit will is undergoing eight weks of Bas- tg, Paul Foley, Roger M D D--D W-AY er a graduate f Charles Twn ginia Hrticultural Sciety" Pre" meet at the hme f Mrs" S" C" ic Cmbat Training" The Martinsburg High Bulldogs Charles Town, W. Va. Charles French, George High School, has been placed on ceding the banquet they were Glassford on Wednesday evening, He has been taught rifle marks had to stage a great last quarter Please enter my subscription Linda Fuss, Donald Gray, the Dean's List for the College of guests at a reception held at the March 8th. Members are request- manship under the U. S. Army's comeback to defeat the Westmin- Grey, Joyce Grim, Leo By Patsy Zombro Engineering at the University. In home of Mrs. Robert Fierro and ed to note the change in the date. TRAINEE program which enab- ster Owls 51-43 Friday night on fox .... av(s) mad start the Carole Hall, June Ham- Country Ham,-T--uurkey Supper a letter to his parents this week her daughter in Martinsburg. The meeting has been advanced les the modern soldier to become the Marylander's home floor. The pa r Immediately. Catherine Hanson, John Chester A. Arents, Dean at the Mrs. Robert Light and children to Wednesday evening because of a better rifleman in less time victory gave the Whitacre-coach- , Virginia Hardy, Mary There will be a country ham University said, "you can be very Bobby and Linda and Mrs. Jack the Lenten services which will be than previous methods. In this ed Bulldogs their second consec. Name ................. . .... se, John Headlee, and turkey supper Saturday, Mar- proud of your son's high scholas- Kincheloe and son John spent held on Tuesday evening the reg- program most of his training Con- Utive Cumberland Valley Athlet. Hendricks, Charles Hine, ch 25, 1961 at 5:00 p. m. at the lic attainments. Indeed, we in Thursday in Waynesboro, Pa. ular meeting date. sisted of firing his rifle at pop- ic League title in basketball as " St. Address ................ Hine, Wilton Hocken- Middleway Methodist Church ben the College of Engineering are up targets at unknown distances they finished their CVAL play . " ' . , . . . " " " " " .i " :#: er rt HOt ok na:s' Id hoHed3 a cery proud of hzm" hhr[ :imt i/ !ewJd i e rt y h]i nn;e nasr?i? hg sS h ::Thshe:nvPi:c oi;:a!rS gav teheePsUolnl. City ...................... , Norman Howell, How .... Brown of Charles Town on Wed- Mrs. Emma Ware who is hospital tactics bayonet and li h d-to-hand .-g . " ... , State .................... S ~-*,+--,- ~,-,v--+,+ -+,--,--,,~ .... ~ ' " the oesl season Ior an Ma " Mary Jenkins, Benny x .... nesday afternoon, ized their recuperating from sur. combat and crawlinw the infiltrat .... Y rzms- D n 1 1" ,,,,o. . o ourg team In ears o ald Kab e, Jerry Ke 1- Joe Hough and children and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lmda DeHaven of gary performed last Tuesday. ion course while machine gun - ye :. . o s:urMR! eHaii : !!y:!ote red i ea ibronli:nk:ndd!iagdeM 2Wyn !! of: e,::ridrO Ss n:c :tGheime !s: e hea bdatt n e: !iifnfl r urSte i::i .ee yce ir ZnU .IO ee, ..... ' Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cru'm and uest of Mrs. Toni DeHaven. . law Mr. and Mrs_ Dav!d Grove. of With their senior scoring ace, ean War. . I family of Ranson were SundayMrs. Randolph Barnes ancl naries.Town. ann melr granaaau Ronnie Dellinger, and a freshman During his seventh week of q , guest at Mrs. Beatrice Fiddlers. Ylrs. Ruth James of Charles Town gmer zss zLzaoem rove oz Lee newcomer Bucky Unger, leading training, he will live in the field tt P u s t t p, /m p I Mr. and Mrs. Mel Pierce and were Thursday evening guest of town.- the way, the Musselman High under conditions similar to those |] I r N | I A | t' I .... son Joe of Charles Town were and Mrs. Earl Harter. . Colonel and Mrs. J. T. Crane en cagers scored an upst 5648 vic- in the forward areas of a battle v m .. h h ] Sunday guests of the formers sis Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley ano tertained a group of .friends at tory over the Shepherdstown zone. He moves over rough ter- I ............ ter and brother m law Mr andTruman of Charles Town, Mms thew home "Mt Ellen' on amr h Cardinals m the o enin -" - " " " " g " " P rain on foot and in tactical vehic s A .= 1 Mrs Thurman Shirley. Betty King and Mr. Lee Demory day evening, round of the Section 16, Class A les and participates in numerous II K _ Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Walbott of of near Shepherdstown iere1 Farm Women's Club Meeting scholastic cage tournament Wed- combat situations of a realistic na uue ,se Martinsburg and Mrs. Forrestday guest of Mr. and s. E The Summit Point Farm Worn- nesday night, Feb. 22 on the Shep ture. He learns the practical ap- l. Paqe .r ,, ..... -'~ "' " .... -| w.+~., o.]]on ,m.. ~r...~ Mr~ Harter en's Club will meet at 7"30 o CLOCK hord ~ll~o r*vmn~it~m .~l;o~*~*.~e n *ha elf;lie ~n,4 bn..... uv*.~.~., u~. v...~, u~ u~..~6~ ,J,.., a~a,~.., ~.. w~,. ~~~ George Needly of near Newton mr. ana mrs. tsen rmover a n~ on Thursday evening, ~warcn ~tn Coach Steve R~pley's Applemen ledge gained in all+ previous in- .... ....... " [ Baker on Sunday. two children of Harrisourg, va. at the home of Mrs. Jack Kin- turned in some great defensive struction q~A! g E~EDV EDIhtV kll/'2ulr Dl~l~_lklldlkll~ _ i Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday guests at her me- cheloe, play after taking an early 9-8 first .......... JAI.i. i. lLn ! I nimbi DL ]III INIi ] Harry A Childs and daughter her s Mrs. Louise Jennings. Mr James Renner of Berry- neriod lead ............. ....... - " - . " " " . glnla tlear Association anu ~ ~;~. 1 Mary Lynn were guest of the for- Mr. Harlan James spent Thurs- vflle, Va. was a vtsRor on Sunday Great rebounding by Brannon, +~,, oo,,ho.a,, t~+o.+ a .... ,-*+.,- IF FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 19A1 - - i r Mrs ...... . ........... . .... mers parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. day mght wzth her s_ste ., at the home of his brother-in-law Felix Miller and Lewis enabled Rheumatic fever is a disease of ........ " ..... : Childs of Berryville Davie Ritter of Winchester. and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. J. the Applemen to control the ac- ......................_ | , SALE TIME 7:0a o Master l onnze l eHaven, son ot v,r anu urr. tmn m a zopsmeu secona perlou , ..... r oqo,,; .... which + ~::$~ Mr and Mrs Orville DeHaven of of Jones Spring, W Va calleu Mr. and Mrs Leroy Cheshire Dellinger fired in nine points via affectsvarlo"il~'joi~l~soVt'he "bod-y: ...... ~ ........ ~ .................. m DeHav zsses rattxlab L~lZZ~ ur iu~J~Ai~ul~ r urt Summit Point spent Friday night upon his sister Mrs. To " - and their daughters the M" two goals and five free throws; the brain and the*heart This con l with his grandmother Mrs. Toni en on Thursday evening. Nora and Mary Cheshire and the ILewis weighed in with two longla++; ........ ; .'., Ol' l Nt/ .... DeHaven. Mr. William Fleu of Bristol, ilatter's mother Mrs. Owen Swish- jump shots as 1Kusselman ................ Wk,ng GLOSS ano Mr. Charles Grove who has Tenn. has been spending some-er spent the weekend in Balti-led headed for a runaway win t ePet r:a ,eP ::a CU:x ;l nd L'OUCll., Kelrl era ors, lelev ons, qVety SEMI-GLOSS been a patient in the King Dau- time with his sister and brother-Imore, Md where they were guests I with a 25-12 lead at halftime | .... :, .... - Iv-_ ressers, nmrs, full) aze, rmna urocnet eoes, -- . . " " s0I SUCh lnIecLlOnS, about one to i . + ghters Hospital m Martmsburg m-law Mr. and Mrs. James A. [at the home of the formers bro-I Shepherdstown came back lf,ur wookg Infer It ig thoi]~ht 1 Dishes, C er.am Separa.tor,, Lard Press, Car Trailer, | - - . ........................... o.-~ " L" FURNITURE, returned home Saturday. Grantham. [ther-m-law and roster Mr. ann Istrong m the third pedmr as Huni+^ .... | and Lots of Other Articles not mentioned. liLts, WOODWORK I Mr James Hafer and Mr Ral- Mr and Mrs Earl Harter call-IMrs Allen Tzmbrook. M ry ]ter ripped the cords for three l .... I1 OCCUS orgamsm xt commonly oc a semor at Char We Sell Anything of Value Except Clothing. _ [ph Church of the Shepherd Vac- ed upon her aunt and uncle Mr. [Cheshire, who is '[fielders and five charity shots. A I ..... ,- o'e a-e" "r .... a ,= ...... " We Sell Anything of +, " )FADI l:t gIIDDI V [utty went to Mathias, W Va on and Mrs Stanley W Zombro of I les Town High School, was in Ballpair of buckets by Swope and a . ............................ ~V|LL4 UIIF'I " " "" " ' Colle e En ' . .,+,,u~.+.... ,~ . ..,ux..u..++ ..,.y rlcKup ano vellvery ervlce AvallaDle. Saturday Mr. Hafer addressed Kearneyswlle on Wednesday I tlmore to take the . g - [ fielder by Lynwood Str de brou- I be afflicted First attacks occur rzc up anu ue.very ; PHONE 17 the Hardy County Teachers Meet night. . , trance. ExaminafionSt a i n were [ght' the Cards to within tWO|most commonly in the age group Your Patronage Greatly Appreciated. ing. Billy Chamburg of Martinsourg I bemg neiu mere on a y. I Points 38-36. 1 6-8 years Followin one attack of - arles Town, W. Va I Mrs. Davie Ritter of near Win- spent a few days last week with n Attend Culpeper I Unger, a real pepperpot came I rheumatic fever inca --atient if an E ................ v for r urzner lnxormauon ann t onmgnments, t:au chester spent the weekend with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Stuart Crim, in company I off the bench in the third period [ other strentoccus infection of th* | I her sister and brother-in-law Mr. Joe Hough. with Mr. Floyd Owens and hzs son Ito toss in 11 vital points, hittingl+ ,,o+ ";i ...... ,, A .. ([lll t llNO land Mrs. narlanJames. Mr and Mrs Charles PrintzlMr. William Owens of Leetownlfor three baskets and five n n. a ,. w mlm At l . ........................... !+ I Mrs. Paul Ring and Teresa and and two children of Charles Town and Mr. Garland Heflebower o l ity shots plus coming up with a ..... a .... i,,,, ;.+ ,,, .......................... ii i ilililI l Denise and Mrs. Allen Ring and were Sunday callers at Mr. and Rippon spent Saturday in Culpep-]timely "steal" and neat assist to I wi(t ;reatV ik'elih el I1 rrlu~ blrl~kl~bl~5 "I]JWi', W/, Y A. ................ ,:i::ii iiiiiii I Rodney called upon Mrs. Lee Mrs. James Haefer. l er, Va. having gone there to at-IMack Gent for another vital goal, | th, h=srt Tf hilrlr, n 1 44-F-032 or 7-R Mrs Mattie Mobley of Miltville I tend a dispersal sale of purebred ]as Musselman pulled out to a 46-Jwh ave l 'a i oneattack'of" rl eu at zr tvzm spent Saturday night with Mr Angus cattle whxch was held 136 edge with four minutes ....... ....... "--- " rkl___.=_--, ft..J, and Mrs. Allen.Ring. -:. Ithe AgriaC;~:;el Enterprise Saleland it w,as all but the, cele, brationl 'rom" ~"a~ng"=subsequ/n;'m~ec~. I March 2 and 9-2t. Mrs J eulan t'arKinson ana lwr. t arn n. among me pptemen s zouowers + tmns of streptoccoccalsore ' I / t lOSIIl UUlI: Oale and Mrs. Bill Gordan of Inwood Mr. andMrs. RobertLlght, Mr.I Dellinger took high game scor[ . -- were Thursday callers at Mrs. and Mrs. Jack K ' chelwO:r3ndmMo S ling laurels with 18 points, i -+ ...... + ,,, ,,, ('tl)/-~I_I ADrt /' TTI[D t/I[]U 'NTrl A] TI 'Toni DeHavens. + [Shirley Macoug y g l Hunter wound up with 17 points | | + ~ J . Vx X Xl2-tI L I UXxlVlx X Mr and Mrs. Carroll H. John- the guests attending a buffet sup I before fouling out in the closing i i ............................. 1 FARM MACHINERY! son and Tommy Wayne were Sun Iper and card party which was Iseconds and Stride, tile most con| I | -- ......................... "n a the At ............ day mght callers at her roster and |held on Saturday evem g t I sistent shooter for the Cards with I i .... menoerger urcnaru ann arm, ocatea +miJes brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stan[home of Mr. and Mrs. WarrenJsix for 15 from the field, had 131 | | J'rthwest of Martinsburg, W. Va,, near Cumbo. Follow leyW. ZombroofKearneysville. iMeade LaRue near ..Rlppon. imarkers, i | IItJ|| ItlN t II Jl lt I I I l-LIll, l$O - | 'Ute No. 9 West and Watch for Sale Signs, on Attend Red Cross Luncheon I Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven I The boxscore" I ! 1 ]]T'L-~T~t]kT]~-'~OI-'It AN~T 1~1 &l"~f~II 1. l gX~t Those from Middleway who at-land children Gall a tedrR:2:ie vti tMusselman " FG F " vv ~P~l/l~r.~Ol/2-11, l12kl~qjll IO, 1~1 tended the Red Cross Kickoff lun ]Red on Sunday a w" ILefis f 4 0-0 | "------------ llll ' | BEGINNING AT 9"00 O'CLOCK A M SHARP" cheon on Monday were Mrs. Mary i the latter s mother Mrs, Herbert] ..... , ............ _ ^ | ..... 1 - = I MlUer, t U ~3 3 ,.. " " " " White, Mrs. Forrest Watson, Mrs. IRamsburg at her home in Ranson. IBrannon e ........... 2 0"3 4/ i U 1 ILL J llmml + ! tagara 36-in. Grader, complete; Hardie Speed Sprayer, Vir iniaDunlap, Mrs. EllaJames,I Visitors on Sunday at the home ] n.... ' .......... 71 | 1 I 1 I llillli I ~Unted on Chevrolet Truck; 2 Niagara Dusters, one on Mrs. Jay Keaxns, Mrs. Thurman]of Mrs. Thomas Shult anct nerl .o?: .............. = .^l i bber ; Roper Tree Cultivator, Oliver heavy duty disk hur- Shirley and Mrs. Alda Johnson. [ family were her parent,s Mr. andi e nnger'g .......... ~'0~ ;li lqtl k=n=lll=tP I lll 1 llld I W, water urn -rid motor- 20 ladders -ickin . - ck Mr and Mrs James Carper and I Mrs. t eorge unapman, ner rom i.. .................... _. I U I 1 --ll 1 U .- 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 -- P P ........... " n] [ a/hyd " ' r and MrSlunger ' a a+ *i] [ rlIL/|U nr-" ru LL| NIL1 ! ich~bS, cfr=~? lml::~o~nhgs?WS, Spray Mat+rml, 3000 P~nsM;pha:: ~i~y, n!l:~e~!pylma~a~lIMoa~dct~lyd~l: Genth.t.:::::::::::::: 01 0:0 956 Case 300 Stand trd Tractor; Massey-I-hrris No. 30 Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and I Va. and Doris Lookinbill, Pat Us- I - . . i mmmmmmm / I mmmmmm mmm mmm I - " Totals . zu i~ ~o ctor; Ohver 70 Standard Traetor; Oliver 60 Tractor and Mrs. James A. Grantham were]borne and Francis Alger all of/ ........... _ _ _ / i l/Jl ' I ttivators; New Holland 60 Hay Baler, used 3 years; New Mr. and Mrs. William Horton and I Charles Town. iShepherdstown v ! + .lmmmw I +a Bill of Alexandria Va The Reverend Arthur Kerr was Hunter, f , 6 5 5 17 " manure spreader, on rubber; Roper post hole digger ' ". I ....... -' .......... _ +'+ ._!i I1 VIE 1 1 " n s e ast ...... "l ~ -- d tr ai ,w,, t hm+nt. 14, r. " 1 F r-u Mr. John G. Wellman of New- I ill anu connnea to I nom .z , IStnde, f ............ 6 l-1 13[ || ee ....r ~ttac ......... New _.olland corn she ler, e o - t t disk harrow, Oltved disk plow, Oliver side delivery rake, ton D. Baker spent the weekend | week suffering from an a tack o t Swope, c ............ 3 2-58| | i rubber; Ned Idea mower, Oliver tra~tor 2 bottom plow; ietahrnMr. and Mrs. Charles A. IV, r and Mrs Clayton stagnerl ,Ug'g .......... 02 80/! THAN ANY flTH[:R W Ttlr MADgFTI I ~e Rotator mower, PapecHammermillwithpower takeoff, " ---- [and i fldren Libby, Scotty and]Sarra 1 04) 2] | ,,,. v...,..., , v. ,,,,.. ,,,uu,,.,. | rubber tire tra~ler; International (pulverizer); Oliver one USE THE CLASSIFIEDS ISusan of Charles Town were sup-IClemmons .......... 0 0~ 0[ ] . 1 - ............................... , I I 1 corn picker; leveling harrow; 20Hver rubber tire wagons - IMills ................ 0 04) 0| 1 + - ' J ' I th beds" New Idea 30-ft elevator- Oliver 13 disk grain _ =, - - - ISnyder ... 004) 0/ i ,, . + I m .............. EXCLUSIVE NW Vl TA' TUNm ,hay loader, platform scales, 12-ft. truck bed =rid stock L "++ '" " + I I I +,vEo YOU "'% M~t PICTURE- I 1812 17 48 + "+ ~ks; flat wagon bed for rubber tire wagon; mud scoop, i Totals ............. - [ | I~~~,::" ~:~; 1 PULLI~ POWTR... BRINGS IN 1 eSSure water tanks, wood saw, 2 lime spreaders, 500-gallon ~-~~-- = =.,,,, ,u.=sw I . . / ! !~~|~]11 DISTkNT OR HARD-IO-GEI ! tier STATIONS tank, 400-gullon l~nl~-weed sprayer; Iron Age corn ~-~'~Ik~l~l~'~J Lgl Ifll IH+md A=cmwlalinlI / I . . _ I II~II' I IPI~ICIk~N The heoCt Ot every ]IV S~ is ~ ttmerl alfalfa field sprayer; bag K-ucks, bench grinder, 5 screw _~U I / l lIL~~lll ~+. ,~, ~., ..,+..,.. I elm + ' "" , electric +ill, ruble and stand; 2 electric chicken ,broilS- = I AMT In....,. n. I I + b,.k- I '+; full line of butchering equipment; 40-ft. extension lad- lit+l= mmu.mm. / / IIIF ; l ""++ +" TM "',+-+" I ~t. so 1 more ~ictm-.-,~//~ ~ ~un cmy ' me lumber, tools, and bolts, shallow we l pump, I. ,. .... . I I o e, ! + ,,,,-,,,, k.c 4 Abe lreverl eve llon / ! dromath:afly i 9;)0 CItEVRoLET PICK - UP TRUCK. | The Eastern Panhandle Heart ] I exdm+ve wlt |CA Victor, n~kei | TWo 1947 CHEVROLET 2 - TON TRUCKS. f niT ]Association announced iast week[ ] 1 OME H SE OLD GOODS. ~uVUU I a summary of its 1960 rheumaticl I i , S OU H J' l |fever prophylactic program. ] | 11. vo to C0 [ IN AN0 g TME | AUc , d | | I Dr Leo H T Bernstem, presz TIONEERS NOTE:--This is a Large Orchard an " " " " "" F o " " " e dent of the Eastern Panhandle ERENCEFORZ J JR$EU:IJ peratmn w,th hundreds of useful articles for sal --- FOR YOI :1! + I "t are not listed so come early and stray late. 1i11 " ]He+te,.AS ou lSc drthate+nl I + _ I adies of the Falling Waters Presbyterian Church Will Seekina a buver foe anvthlna from+a Ion the program, 2 in JeffersonI ! V " | : ve Lunch .-+- ." . ", ..... "... - .... land 4 m Morgan counties. Thesel z r__LL_ nouse to a mgn cnatr" INOthing Will per " " " i were all furnished penicillin to[ Uel1 y rERMS:--CASH. Nothing removed umtU settled for. you on the traiP of a sole so fost as a [prevent secondary attacks el rhc] Aa ,, anuA m awu, flAP J AIk msm II ' T T L ID rI I 'NTI I ,I F I I Wcmt Ad in this paperl iumatic fever, under careful sU-[ ||] ii riMIMMIN AI I+/iANI P i-IlM J[ iV o. - - i.Pervision of their family .p.hy.si.c.[ Vi | O1"11111'OI] //kl lll a" VI'II ]/ -- mn In the state of West Vzrginza MORROW & HORNER, Auctioneers. | . " ,aa[ PAUL DICK REITER L]r AND MORELAND, Clerks " 1,500 cnildren were on a simi "[ . program. The program is a coop- : " " V 2 and 9-2"t. [erative undertaking sponsored by]Phone 202 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. A. "the State Health Dept., We. t Vir-' ........ ...... - _