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: EVERYDAY A kl' 1 )E:I3 R AT THE CIRCLE IN RANSON Rockingham Fresh Pork Chops--- Center Cut--Loin - - - lb. 69c Center Cut--Rib - - - lb. 59c Pork Shoulders---Meaty - - lb. 35c Sugar Cured Smoked Ham - lb. 59c Esskay's Finest Grade BACON lb. 59c Esskay's Sun-Up Bacon .... lb' 43c T U R K E Y S ..... lb. 39c CORKHILL FRANKS - - lb. 49c LONGHORN' CHEESE - - lb. 49c FRESH FRYING CHICKENS - lb. 29c "Esskay's Sun-Up Bacon .... and 1-Doz. Eggs---(med.) - - 89c Esskay's Chicken-- Backs and Necks .... ' 5-1bs. 59c Corned Beef Hash -, Kingans 15-oz. can 39c (One Can FREE wilh Each $10.00 Order) -fRESH OYSTERS AND FISH WESISON OILM "." ." ." . ." /:o::t2: SANITARY NAPKINS--Modess - 2 pkgs. of. 12 89c MONARCH EVAP. MILK - - 6 tall cans 89c I REMI[!M (RACKERS - - .' - lb. pkg. 23c (Ol) EE---All Popular Brands - - - lb. 77c Chase & Sanborn, Maxwell House, Beach , il Nut, Wilkins I ml ,i I I NEWS HAPPENINGS IN B Mrs ClarencK S mall!oo y d Phone 20-F-024 On Sunday, March 8, the Jeff- [ On Sunday, March 15 there will or.on Circuit of the Methodist I be a group of local people to take Church will be a busy one. Church ] their vows to become members of school will be ~held at each of the ] {;he church at the morning wor- t five churches at 11:15. The con-]ship service. !gregation o,f the Middleway Char] Mr. Marshall Thompson is on ch will hold dedication services of [ the sick list, u victim of the flu. their new educational annex Roy. ] Mrs Oral B Hughes attended Ehnis Coale, a former pastor will [{;he funeral on Monday afternoon conduct the worship service while ] o4 her uncle, the late Mr. Correll Dr. Warner, superintendent of the [Brown. Interment was made in Hagerstown District will dedicat[ the Berryville Cemetery. 'the annex. In the afternoon at ] Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers re- 2:30 Fourth Quarterly Conference [ cently visited his sister Mrs. Ca- will convene in the Kabletown [ Uherine Ritenour of Stephen City Church wi{;h Dr. Warner in char |Va. The latter who broke both go. At 7:30 the MYF will be held |legs several years ago while pick- at Kabletown with preaching ser- ling apples on their home place has vice at 8 o'clock. Members of the ]been having further trouble as a MYF will be in charge of the de- |result of the accident. Until re- votionals. The Junior choir will [cently she had been able to get render an anthem. This past Sun- [ around fairly well on crutches and day this group accompanied by ]doing her usual housekeeping in- Miss Martha Lie director and |eluding the laundering pianist gave one of their best ten [ Susan Mercer, youngest daugh- ditions singing "He Lives". [ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius A very pleasant evening was ] (Bill) Mercer and a pupil of the spent by the members of the Blue [primary room at school was ab- Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club where [sent from her classroom several 'they were entertained to a covered |days last week due to eye trouble. dish supper on Wednesday night [Following the advice of the family last by the local P. T. A. A delic- |physician she was taken on Thurs ious ~ham supper was served cafe- ]day to an eye specialist in Win- teria style. [chester who removed a particle On Wednesday a ~hipment of |of steel from the eye. Today Sis ten dozen boxes of candies was |an is her usual vivacious self received by the local Sunday [without the eye bandage and all. School. By Monday all had been[ Mrs. Joe Milton of Cedar Cliff sold and orders were taken to jus- [Farm was a recent weekend visi- tify an additional 4 dozen. I tor with her son-in-law and dau- .Mr .and Mrs. Oral B. Hug~hes of ]ghter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus Avon Hill a'ttended a 500 card par [Jr. and Eric of Winchester, Va. ty Saturday night at the home of [ Rev. Henry H. Smith, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barr. ~ SmiVh and sons Harrison and Dale 'Miss Jane Barnes and Mr. John I of Buchannon, Va. were recent vis Brown of Middleway were visitors li'tors witch her mother .Mrs. Elmer on Sunday at the home of his ]Roderick. Harrison was taken to mother Mrs. Fenton Brown. ] the doctor 'for a checkup. Mr .and Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mer-| Miss Louise Pipes of LaPlata. cer and daughters spent Sunday [Md. spent several days this past afternoon in Herndon, Va. at the [ Took'with her niece Cecelia Pipes home of Mrs. Mercer's uncle Mr. [at ,her home on Avon Wood Farm. and Mrs. Joe Popkins and family. [ General John Andrews, owner Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, dau [of Avon Wood Farm is rejuvenat- ghter Mrs. Leonard Ruble and ling the large blue grass ~ield children Timmy and Kimmy of ]which lies parallel to the road. Oerrardstown were visitors Sun-]The tenant Alvin Bush wi, th *his day afternoon with Mrs. Kees sis | assistants, burned off t'he tall dead ter Miss Margaret Johnson. [sage grass then discing followed Mrs. Alec Carroll and three sons |with marl and fertilizer being ap- of near Myerstown spoilt Monday |plied. Grass seed will" be drilled with Mrs. Homer Newcomb. J on the .field later. Jefferso C ty' 4 H hi "Pay n oun s, umm Tribute To Advanta 4.H Gave Them If all the men and women in for participation in public service the United States who were onceactivities and demonstrate ,the in- 4-H Club members stood shoulderterdependentness of our society. to shoulder, they would reach Morever, 4-H projects allow mem from Washington, D. C. to Easter hers to develop experience with Island in the South Pacific-nearly others." i{ AND 6,000 miles as the j~t flies. Helped As Teacher The 4-H .alumni now number~ Margaret Gracey, ~a teacher ~n % ~ some 20 million aid special tr~bu, t~: the ~rpers Ferry Higk~ School .... " .... L ~ ~ ~ is ~lngp ~ti' to them during Nat-, and l~esent~y, serving as. aSsistaht -" =GRAPEFR(JIT - -: --" " 5 for 29c ional 4-H Club Week February 28 leader of ,the Dolly Madison 4-H "STAYMAN APPLES ' - - . 4-1bs. for 33c March 7 in our nabon's capital Club relates: "I feel that I gained "Salute to 4-H Alumni" is the four-foldly as a result of having TEMPLE ORANGES .... doz. 49c slogan that will be echoed through been a 4-H club member and that MONARCH INSTANT COFFEE - 6-oz. jar 85c out the 49 states Hawaii and I have continued to grow in the 7:30 INSTANT 'COFFEE - - - 2-oz. jar 37c Puerto Rico, during this week. 4-H's as an assistant leader of a ,,~oeF~,~,~,~ ~,~, ,,, ~o ~+~ ~. local club. Knowledge of the 4-H's Maxwell House INST. COFFEE - - 2-oz. jar 4"]e, sha~e'~f'4"~I .~l'~mn~ tooV~at~l'o (heart, head, hand and health) ~,,, ,:~',~. o;" , ~ ,~,~o 'a ~ ~.~ have helped me ks a teacher and a BOSCUL COFFEE ..... l-lb. can 73c Wh t. , .... ,,- ........ ..... ............ ESKO SHORIENING--10c O]:I: - - 3-lb. can o. c them? The following are excerpts Aknowledge of~he homemaking from a few of the letters received managing our home Probably my LUZIANNE COFFEE - - - 2-lb. can $1.38! . s ms has neme me grea:,y in in the Cour~ty Agricultural Extort- famil, didn t dream I would ao YACIIT CLUB RED BEANS .... 10c sion office '.. ;~ / . . ~'" -rl~t.l'II~2'b YVYlg/lb WHO lS S~2fVlIlg ,_ '- ~ '-i '~ ~ ~,- ' --r CAMPBELLS TOMATO souP - - . . - 10Ci ........ " ...................... . ~neua~euenielo scul,~sC~ a~a~ eighteenvne age wheno~ ~enI as Home Demonstratm, n Agent m .~ f ...... .; ~ ~ ~ ~ , . one o ~ne moss lmpor~am; ,,I C U GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 10c Pw ydl te h an t] i IwWflgliva! ,tha 4d-cites He ldHirlWh:ch Y ,(HI L B YACHT CLUB PORK & BEANS - - - 10c! n. xrn,,n~'fp~; V' fan1 fho+ r~,, ~v.~- OOys in their c,nrisl;ian oevelop- SU-Z-QI RED KIDNEY BEANS .... 10c en the opportunity to join 4-H as ..... ' ... . g. . 7 ~ ........ ~7.----~--~-,.,~ ~-~v-,~,- 'merit I feel that I have gained mn,es as a .rap m~moer w~, .,-s iri-" II BONNELLE'S SPAGHETTI ..... 1Oc valuable I~t was also b .... r*i,q~f P ~ua y as a result of contact S U G A R ........ 5-1bs.53c ing in the 4 H program ~'l~a(I'de" wi{;h Christian 4-H leaders and " I -- " r " -~ -. - : ,the emphasis on vespers at camp" (5 Pounds FREE With Each $20.00 Order worKC!a-e'-aLna am ool gn w ntglng lnl;nt'neoKma OI Donna Myers Burgee reeeflt a BETTY CROCKER ) ASSORTED "' 4-H Club member and winner of a Through the Extenmon program c,1 ,h o,,,,,~oo ,,,~ ....... ,~.,,,,~ PILLSBURY ) CAKE 29ci we as "4-H alumni" are merely~ ....?~,~o~,p, .,u? .... ,,,- trying to help guzde other feet on Hi,h ~ch,~ol ....r,^,,,,~,. ~_.,. DUNCAN HINES ) MIXES "an in rne ~ucK l~oage Junior 'the 4-H w~v" ~ *~ ,, ~.~,-- ,.~,,,,~s~ -,--~, S P R Y ........ 3-1b can 83c James wilham Merchant a rain Mde sat~Siw~vr m:nd4eH~aS:rsk..eaY EVERFRESH FROZEN PEAS - - 2 for 29ci ister at Waverly Methodist Char-i. Y. ~ Y.. ; Key ~o many new ,a, na lasting ch Baltrmore and an active mem . . h,~- ~e ~U,~ ,~,,~e .......... ~++~^ friendships a key ,to projects and BLUE STAR CIIICKEN PIES . . 5 for 99c ALSO BEEF and TURKEY - . ac ,~ es men ne~pea m ,my ,zour T. V. DINNERS--- rn;r e ym a eaedD ana arr fIrdfdeVselPmmeernteveantkseYa C -; difficult to pin-poir, t 'all that 4-H .~ m - - " " :'" " p CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY - 59c Club work has meant *to me. It ~Ta ~e aria Jackson's M.!n; a Key prodded the interest in the ,head .~+~^,~o, , ~ ~,, ,~,~ ..... ~ ,~ COMO TISSUE ..... 16 Rolls $1.00 " . wmcn openea ~;ne poor to a sen- heart, handin and health as being es Naqonol 4 ~z p,, ,, ,-, ......... "rEE N'APKINS--200"Per - - o,. e SOI Pack,,ge , sential a well-balanced and well a ~ey which unlocked .the door for SUPER SUDS ..... Large Box 23c rounded life When I was in sem- ' . " " me to be accepted into the ,honor- PET DOG - - - mary thin interest m the ~orogram ar" or-anization of -ll St-r~ " - 12 cans $1,00 provided me with the subject for ,~ ~ s ,, ,, ~. my thesis, which was entitled Richly Rewarding "Christian Ideals in ~,he 4-H Club Harry P. Light, minister at the COUPON MAGAZINE ,COST ONLY 20c Program" The contact ~vith 4-H West Liberty Federated Church Club leaders in my active 4-H and Short Creek Methodist Char- $5,00 Club days and during ~he writing ch in West Virginia's Northern Gives You A Bank Check For - -- of this thesis increased my aware Panhandle was an Interna:tional ~X~ME BR,ND ~~ hess of the values in the program. Farm Youth Exchangee to Israel 36 I have always been impressed with several years ago summed up his the idealism and consecration of 4-H experiences this way: "No 1. Buy the products to use the coupons, the leaders in this program weeks in my l.ife have been more It was in 4-H Camping at Camp richly rewarding t'han those spent 2. Remove the section from t he product as shown Frame that I began to be aware in County 4-H Camp at Camp of the tremendous values of camp Frame. No experiences of my on each coupon, ing. It was this initial experience youth gave to me, ~ts did County 'that has since been carried over 4-H Camp, such vast opportunity ~ ~:~11 [a:dU~:nelvn.: hh :c?kCl~So;d~:fu~)ei:pe/~::gedZi n e inint my interest and enthusiasmchurch Camping." to discover myself as an indivi-dual. Gain Leadership Through the association of the Stanley Ikenberry now doing years, Jackson's Mill 'has come ~o graduate, work at Michigan State have a dynamic influence upon University and working in the of- my life. I 'am among the thous- fice of Evaluation Services says: "Of course, one of the experien- ces 4-H Club work offers and gave to me, was .that of leadership. I .~ know of no other youth organizat VALLEY FORGE 87e = .... ion in the world that utilizes the talents of its own members to the G U N T H E R - - - - - - 87e extent 4-H Clubs do. While well trained and resourceful individu- S C H L,I T Z - - - $1.25 als such as the local leaders, the = = " County Club Agent and the mem (6 PACK THROW A NAY BOTTLES) ,bers of tl~e statecruces were un- i . doubte ,y capable of giving ex- A R Rv --=---(Calls) " " " 83C plieit directions as to the activit- ies of the Club or the Camp, this ALL POPULAIi : BRANDS (OPEN EVENINGS !'Till 10:00 P. M.) Monday Thrn Saturday (Quantity Rigli, ts Reserved) :Always Plenty of FREE PARKING! was not done: The 4-H members had he opportunity 'to develop ,their leadership capacity to the fullest as they were given respon- sibility for their own activities. I will always be in the debt of 4-H Club work for the endless oppor- tunities i't gave me in the area of leadership -The 4-H Club movement also al lows members to develop a sense of social and civic responsibility. In rmmerous ways the 4-H Clubs and Camps serve as opportunities ands, scattered ,throughout the world, who find rich treasurer at Jackson's Mill. Anyone who has continually experienced the fellow ship of kindred minds at our State 4-H Camp and the high i- deals that :have been interwoven into this great 4-H ,institution, canner escape meeting their best self When they attend 'a 4-H con- ference or camp at Jackson's Mill. I cannot imagine anyone who has actively participated in a 4-H gath ering at Jackson's Mill leaving without being a beter person. I am humbly grateful for the oppor tunties that this camp has given and is giving me for fourfold growth. My debt to the 4-H Club pro- gram of West Virginia can never be paid. :It is ironical that the more one tries ~o make a contri- 'bution to the 4-H Club program, the more he becomes indebted be- cause of the growth he experien- ces. May it always be so." Sta/,ement, s like tl~i~ coul':l~'d with many others still unwriten J' Win Awards On Best 4-H Projeds Miss Sandra Ervln 16, of EI- kins extolled the purposes and values of 4-H Club work so wide- ly that she won the 1958 state award in the 4-H Community Re- lations program. She was select- ed by the Extension Service, College of Agriculture, W.V.U. which supervises 4-H work in the state. ....