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COUNTY Brooke Blackford Secretary of Commerce leaders in Charles- decided to drop apropos 1,000.00 increase in the es tax. take a good deal of cred deveh)pment. Our Re- Committee sent to both Sen. Clarence and Delegate Kenneth this action. In 20-25 of our local wrote letters to both representatives, stating were against any gross increase. another example of our to do successfully as l~Vhat we couldn't do se- !, the Confederate Infan County is being for the Civil War Years just ahead. Lo- Buffs met recently Darhy of "Living His- tory, Inc." and much enthusiasm came from this meeting. Lyle Furr was appointed temporary Chairman and anyone interested in joining this outfit should get in touch with him. Businessmen and clubs wishing to become sponsors for this group should contact President .Joe Staley. To dale there have been over 800 applications for the 75 posit- ions available at the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing CCs plant at Middleway. ., ..... r. ., .... Attz:active Civii War ms'is are being developed for use in the eating establishments in our county. They are custom-made and will indicate the points of in- terest in our community. FHA Gets More Funds For Farm g Loans An additional $50 million has been made available to the Farm ers Home Administration for farm housing loans, Robert L. McKown, the agency's local coun ty supervisor has announced. He said the new loan funds as- sure an adequate supply of this [RIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE MARCH 2, 1961 3---B NOW OPEN WEBB'S 222 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. FEATURING: lt, o. SCALE TRAINS AND ACCESSORIES" 4IJTHENTIC MODELS---REVELL, AURORA, A. M. T. PAINT BY NUMBER SETS-- MASTER, CRAFTINT MOSAIC KITS-- MINIATURES, MODELER PAINTS, AND CEMENT--GENERAL HOBBY 45 R. P. M. RECORDS "WHY NOT LET US SUPPLY YOUR HOBBY NEEDS." BUSINESS IS ALWAYS WELCOMED e APPRECIATED. f f SPRUCE UP HOME, ;WEET HONE 114 SPRING, PAINT/REPAIR/ fWHILE ROBIN'S SIN'(; SCOUTS HONOR THE SERVE THE FUTURE SCOUT WEEK 12-18, 1961 type of credit for eligible farm families during the balance of the .fiscal year. Loans made so far this year, plus those being pro- cessed, had practically exhausted the funds previously available. Farm housing loans are made throughout the rural areas of the United States and provide farm families with an opportunity to acquire an adequate house and efficient farm service buildings. Applications for farm housing loans may be made at the local office of the Farmers Home Ad- ministration, McKown explained. These loans bear 4 percent inter- est and are repayable over per- iods up to 33 years. The major demand in Berkeley and Jefferson counties, the area served by the Martinsburg office is for loans to construct and mod. ernize farm houses, and most of the funds are used for new con- struction. Improvements financed with loans include the installat- ion of central heating, pressure water supply systems, the addit- ion of bathrooms and the modern ization of kitchens. Local farmers have also used the loans to adjust their service buildings to the changing requirements of agric- ulture. A frequent example of WILL THE POSTMAN RING TWICE? If a postman or other de- liveryman should be ac- cidentally injured on your premises, you might be hearing from him again in the form of a costly negligence suit: Make sure Comprehensive Per- sonal Liability protection is included in your insur- ante program, Give us a ring today. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, and Real Sstate and Bonds 120 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 AT.. Lift .L Inc. i throughout your house and " J, ,v outside of your house. It's i'ti easy to work with . . . can be nailed, hammered, ,saw- ed_._or bent. all your gutters downspouts now to here. repl =::; zt!eded W2c sa Sickroom ill installli e and supplies No matter what you may be [or YOU. needing in the way of sickroom supplies, always turn to this "Re- liable" pharmacy. You will find this an excellent source, too, for vitamins and other nutritional aids, including special items for the baby and special geriatric needs for older persons. And, of course, we hope you will make it a point to bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. We are prepared to compound them Dedecorate the Aver, age Room for $8.00. See Us Now? b! promptly and precisely as di- rected. Yoh will appreciate our courteous service and our uni- formly fair prices. NICHOLS & STUCK PHARMACISTS Telephone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. -- -- ,,ii 549 CHARLESTOWN, WEST VIRQINIA this, McKown said, is the conver- sion of obsolete dairy facilities by the construction of a modern milking parlor and loafing barn. To be eligible for housing as- sistance a farmer must own a farm that will annually produce for sale or home'use at least $400 worth of commodities based on 1944 prices and be of sufficient value to adequately secure the loan. In addition, he must lack the resources needed to obtain adequate credit elsewhere and have sufficient income to pay farm operating and family living expense and meet payments when due on his debts. Plans All Set For National 4.H Club Week Observances National 4-H Club Week, March 4 to 11, will see hundreds of West Virginia's more than 34,000 Four H boys and girls stage public dis- plays of their activities. The week will feature local pro grams in which parents, 4-H club leaders, Extension agents and others will participate. Many clubs will have exhibits to illus- trate taypical 4-H work. Civic and service organizations, schools, churches, farm groups and others will schedule talks by club mem- bers and leaders. Most Mountain State observan- ces will be on the local or county level, according to C. P. Dorsey, State 4-H Club Leader at West Virginia University. Many of ! them will be based on this year's continuing theme, "Learn, Live,: Serve Through 4-H." WeSt Virginia club members will share responsibilities of the week with club advisors-the men and women who serve as unpaid volunteer leaders. Nationally, the week will be highligh'ted in Washington, D. C. by a team of six 4-H club mem- I bers who will present the annual 1"4-H Report to the Nation" as I they visit the White House. They l also will meet with members .of I Congress, high government offic- l ials and other national leaders. I- ~ "National 4-H Club Week is de- signed to acquaint more young people with opportunities open to: them through joining or forming 4-H clubs, to increase public un- derstanding of 4-H aims and ac- complishments and to express ap- preciation to friends of 4-H who support the learn.by-doing pro- gram of the 4-H Organization,,' Dorsey explained her today. About 2,302,000 Four- Club members in America will observe | II II i ~ , ~ II ,I ; I Large Sizes - for $ .00 ) Values to $8.99-- SALE the week. These youth, 10 to 21 LU ' years old, belong to more than 94,200 local clubs in all 50 States Rico. SALE Pc to and Puerto i Services, Meetings For [Calvary Assembly Of ; ANI 51 S God Church In Rans0n All Sizes --Regul'ar 59e -- White The Rev. William P. Reed pas SALE for 9 r tor of Calvary Assembly of God located on Fairfax Boulevard on FRifth Avenue in Ranson announ ~ ..... I '~ i ced the following schedule of FA 4T, ANI ,Hll D iFl~ S meetings for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Sunday school .EE~W AR at 10:00 a. m. morning worship services at 11:00 a. m. Evening Evangelistic services at 7:30 p.m. Assorted Sizes 1 - 14 - Values to $1.99 Tuesday the Christ Ambassadors at 7:30 P. M. Thursday BibleNOW or for meet ~00 Study at 7:30 P. M. Regular 59c to $5.99 SALE Pc to $ .17 Regular $3.99 to $19.99 SALE $ .~ to Wew Patterns SALE Yds. For $ .00 ~ I , )RTEE' IRD GOOD; SALE !; Yds. For .O0 Values to $3.99 .SALE $ .00 WITH YOUR ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS--- IN YOUR HOME . . . ON YOUR FARM AT YOUR BUSINESS' CALL POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER CO NY CASH CHARGE LAY-A-WAY STORE CHARLES TOWN'S MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE CASH CHARGE LAY.A-WAY sHoPPING CENTER --. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS --- ALONG WITH 23 OTHER MEMBERS OF THE RETAIL MERCHANTS AS- SOCIATION WE ARE CLOSING AT 6:00 P. M. ON SATURDAY TO GIVE OUR EMPLOYEES A LONGER AND MORE ENJOYABLE WEEK-END!