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I~ FOR YOUR NEED Rlk 1111 - a OtOP.., * SPRING OATS *GARY @ALFALFA CERTIFIED NON-CERTIFIED @ SEED CORN @ HAYGRAvER SILOMAKER @ SEED POTATOES ONION SETS GARDBN SEEDS You don't have to feed any milk to ealve LAWN SEED any 0re. As soon as they re 3 days old, take them off the cow and feed Purina Nursing Chow P E A T M 0 S S milk replacer twice a day. Also elf-feed Purina Calf Startena plus block salt and water. PEANUT HULLS When is30 day old, quit all gruel and fe l only dry Calf 8tartena in a trough. This p, hn is LAWN & GARDEN way easier than feeding milk and gram. It s way FERTILIZER cheaper, hnd it a big nove gged calf. soundslike a big order, ~ut drop by _ I .tell about PLACE YOUR folks in commu- ORDER ttity who are doing Or r FOR 9 t on BABY CKS EARLY CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE last visit of the Red Cross Blood- right ill with the flu. She return- mobile unit to Charles Town on ed tc w )rk ~ ues([ay. Wednesday, March 2. And a total Mi~ ~ t [elen Has ~ an 1 M] ss Kate of 97 pints were accepted Holpp of Martinsburg visited Mr~ Members of the Charles Town Wm. McDowell recently. Lions Club, sponsoring organizat. Mr. and Mrs. David Webb bou- ion for the Bloodmobile visit, ex- ght a home on Seminary St. the m nressed di~rmtncm~nt +h~+ +h;~ property of Mr. and Mrs. Louis [ visi* -" fh~-~I"~'~'~'~'"~i"1~ "~'~'+" ...~,.,~o Re~ikv.aTh:stReek~ moved back to I dld'no*t ~b'r']n'g'Vfort"h"enou'g~ don. ....... ~." .... I ors to bring the county up to it's il..~r_'urtl:;a%~d l~m~anv.ana_t.am" I quota for the year, but it did not y p e Lp IQ weDo have enomzh d.... +. moo..~o p op lxyon muarea.~:_ ._ [Chapter's quota for an annual ca~eis~f t~z~eta~ weo~.takeni visit. As a result the Chapter has t ....... aweaver ~eal~s-now fallen behind the quota ~.a;Ja~C:r ~n~ a~o an~eks~ra: al~:cbJslo0of ~2:s ~fh:ld;Pown cat?n !_n Florida ........ [Lions Club said certainly the ser- m~. anu mrs. ~onam WeDO ana ~ vice -rovide~ b,, ~e ~-' .... fo)~l~r?r, a~d Mrs. David Webb I tinued partic'ipat'ion" in~;he bl~oo'd ..... ~s _~ w~, Mr. ana Mrs. [ program is a vital and important ~,~_w~n_, mrs. ~aflra we~)matter" It is hoped that the next ,u mrs. maage ~aomr au O~Ivisit scheduled for April 21 will Baker ton were .Sunday ~est of[improve the status ef the cow ~vxr. ~rmur wet}t} ana ttaugnter )n'-"- *-'--~ ............ rlnL. ~r~l._._t., ........ | Ly ~ UIU~ prugl'~][l. /his VISIt y,s te OY will be s on ored by the Jeffer. h ...... ~t ~n ~ne ~nar.ies Town [son County Junior Chamber of o~p~ta~ aria also VlSlte~ Mr. I Commerce Frank Grim of Bakerton who is] ~-..,~.*~:. ~.~ u~a ~ho ~;~ a patient in the King's Daughters I. - .... 2,-,-~.. ~.~ ...... ::~t of ......... ~ ! ~onors mis ~ime with Dixie-Narco nosp~tal m martmsourg. [Halltown Pal~rboard and the C. |t~l~ _~ __II I~ ..S WI ,i~sm ~1L. Robinson Company next in |r|~ml~ r~ wH| I~ [that order. Glenn Ramsburg became a ~. .. ('. J,. i- /member of the 5-gallon club with lmuil Junud]/a[ n his donation; Lewis Meadows ........... [joined the 3-gallon club; Harry ~e~mm l~IA~|e~ ~,~k I Russell, Bentley Longerbeam and ,'hlHWMi ~ |,m~.ImI~l~l ~mimbli /Helen Boyd, became members of '~Priumnhant Faith" is the ser [the 2-gallon club and Richard mon topi~ to be u~d at the 11[ Adams was added to the one.gall- o'clock service by the Rev Mr i on club. .. . " ,_. ,,~',~_~'t James ~avis, rtoute 1, Charles Lee Wllllams, at ASbu, x ..... ist Church, corner of N. Cha,'],~/Town, l~ad Ms name arawn from andNorth Str~.~t.~.nd~v M ~-~h [ the donors to recewe a free din- 13.-The- heru -' ffoi'r' lera "e [ner for two at the Rib Room at the Turf Diner, courtesy of the dwectmn of Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, [ ..... will sing "Prayer" - Fuller. A] ~mns umo. Nursery is provided for this ser-/ .... ~, vice for pre-scl oOl Children. rvlces r0r .Church School is held at 9:3@[ a. m. with classes for all ages./, |l ~ ~ We invite you t.o come and wor-iAssemoly UOg ulurcn ship Other activities for the[ . " week include: I The Rev. William P. Reea, pus- Jr. ~nd Sr. MYF at 6:30 pm. [ tor of Calvary Assembly of God Sunday, Chert b Choir practice lChurch, located on Fairfax Blvd. Monday at 3:30 p. m,; Jr. Choir~ and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, ann- at 4 P. m. The Annual Quarterly Jounces the following schedule of conference wiU be at the church services. M0nd y at 7:30 p. m. Any mere. [ Thu day, March 10, Sectional ber" of the church may attend this [ Christ s Ambassadors Rally at Conference but ,all Chairmen of 7:30 P, M. Commissions and members of the Saturday and Sunday will be a Official Board are urged to at- Missionary Convention with the tend. Afterwards th8 Official tRey. James C. Long as speaker. Board will hold tlmir regular l Services will be at 7:30 P. M. mar th!y meeting. . [ Saturday even ng and n& 'The Will hoM their gen. fat the 11:00 A. Wors Se eral meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. ]vice and 7:30 P. M. m. Mr. Robe~ S. Chandler from[ Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. the Job Corps Camp will speak[ Tuesday, Christ's AmbaSsadors to the gr_gup. This program Is meet at 7:80 P.M. " ope to e a,l Thun y, Dibl Stt l OUR FOAM-LINED TRAINING PANTS "BABY PEPPERELL" WARM CRIB BLANKET "CLEVER TOTS" TRAINING PANTS