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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON MARCH 10, 1966 HARY L. STEPHENS l~uneral services were held morning at 11 o'clock the Melvin T. Strider Cole- Funeral tIome in Ranson, Mrs. Mary Louise Stephens, a resident of 405 W. Liberty Charles Town, who died in Charles Town Gen- Hospital following an illness )out a year. The Rev. Allen rector of Zion Episcopal Charles Town, officiated. was made in Edge Hill in Charles Town. deceased was born in Cha- Town June 21, 1916, a daugh of the late S. Creamer and lie Earnshaw Young, Jr. are her husband Stephens; at home, a Susan Carol Stephens, home; and a sister Mrs. Currie of Charles Town. VOTE FOR M. DANDRIDGE Former Principal Of Jackson High School he Man With School And Training) FOR THE JEFFERSON COUNTY OF EDUCATION Your Vote Appreciated Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. VOTE FOR P. BURNS, Jr. FOR Commissioner DISTRICT County Farmer YOUR SUPPORT BE APPRECIATED Feb. 10-TE, Pd. YOUR VOTE and support will be appreciated by -- FARYIF $ ADVOCATE A--3I ! MRS. SADIE GRAY PAINTER [ / Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. from the Mel- vin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, for Mrs. Sadie Gray Painter, 76-year-old retired practical nurse of Route 4, Mar- tinsburg, who died Tuesday, in City Hospital in Martinsburg, fol- lowing a lengthy illness. The Rev. Russell Urquhart, pastor of the Charles Town Baptist Church of which the deceased was a mem- ber, will officiate. Burial will be made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in War- ren County, Va., a daughter of the late Christopher and Della V. Olsen. She had been employed as a practical nurse at Childrens tIospital in Baltimore, Md., for a number of years before retir- ing. She was a member of the Ladies' Circle of the Charles Town Baptist Church. Her husband died in 1936. Her only surviving relative is a great nephew, Gerald D. Corder, of Oak Haven Trailer Park, near Martinsburg. Russell Aubrey Boggs Dies In Hospital Here Following Brief Illness Services were held from the White & White Funeral Home in Richwood, W. Va., Tuesday for Russell Aubrey Boggs, 60, a res- ident of the Turf Motel at Charles Town, who died Saturday in the Charles Town General Hospital where he had been a patient for three days. Burial was made in the Oddsellows Cemetery in Rich wood. The deceased was born in Rich wood, March 23, 1905, a son of the late Vernon J. and Fannie Williams Boggs. For some 25 years he worked in Washington, D. C., serving as superintendent of the U. S. Senate garage. He retired from this post sometime ago. He was a member of the Baptist Church . Surviving are a son, Russell Ben Boggs, address unknown; two grandchildren; two sisters - Mrs. Inez Chapman, and Mrs. Virginia BoldeR, both of Richwood; and a brother, Lee Boggs, Richwood. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Community sBand To( ether To The Tri-State Citizens Band Radio, an outgrowth of the recent "Blizzard of '66," is now incorpor ated, officially organized and ready to provide community ser- vice during any type of ememgen cy. The new organization received it's charter from the Secretary of State of West Virginia Wednes- day, only a short time after the club was organized with Clifton Eugene ttaines of Halltown, as it's first president: Other officers of the club are: Joseph M. Wilson of Charles Town, vice-president; Joseph Rin aldi, of Ranson, secretary; Le- Garde Trussell, also of Ranson, assistant secretary; and Charles A. Slusher of Ranson, treasurer. In addition to the office of presi- dent, Haines was also named as base controller for all operations of the club. Haines said the idea for the club came out of the problems encountered by stranded motor- ists and other persons needing emergency help. During the Feb- ruary bizzard many individuals in Jefferson county who owned Citizens Band Radio sets, used their CB mobile radios in various rescue and highway clearing oper ations, and following the blizzard Haines said he and others in the county decided to band together into an organization which could and would provide an emergency communications system via CB radio for Jefferson County and The League of Women Voters! of Jefferson County (Provisions) will hold its annual business meeting on March 22 at the Civic Center Auditorium. The business portion of the meeting will begin at 7:15 p. m. At this time, officers will be elected, the budget will be acted upon, and a new item of local study will be selected. Mem- bers are asked to refer to their bulletins for the list of nominees, the proposed budget, and the Board's recommendations con- cerning the local item. All mem- bers are urged to attend. The program for the evening will begin at 8 p. m. and the pub- lic is invited to this portion of the meeting. This will be a dis- the area During the recent blizzard many of the members of this club work ed with state road crews in spott- ing highways which needed prior ity in being opened and cleaned; they helped to direct rescue oper- ations in cases of stranded motor isis and they also provided a radio Communications link be- tween the various police and fire department agencies in Jefferson County. Today this good sumaritan group has a membership of 104 persons made up of persons 18 years of age and up who have a CB license from the Federal Gov- ernment and who have their own radios. The club has pledged to help local and state governments and law enforcements agencies in the area. Haines said the club has also reached an agreement with the Charles Town Municipal police department and also with the West Virginia State Police in Charles Town for the installation of a CB radio in their headquart- ers for emergency coordination. The club has also received approval from the police depart- ments in Martinsburg and Char- les Town for the same channel use during emergencies. Techni- cal advisor for the club is Paul Karockhoff, first lieutenant in the Air National Guard in Mar- tinsburg. CLAYMONT COURT FARMS SELLS HEREFORD BULL Claymont Court Farms, Char- les Town, has reported the sale of one registered horned Here- ford bull to F. B. Wysong, of Charles Town. OBSTETRICAL Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Viands, ~~~m~ll cussion of the Potomac Basin Jr., Round Hill, Va., March 2, a Interim Report_ toe plans sub- boy, Stacy Ryan. Home From Hospital miLLed to the ~Presktent by his Mr. and Mrs. C~arles F, Green- Mrs. Annie Grove returned task force on the Potomac Basin walt, Knoxville, Md., Rt. 2, March from the Charles Town General as items of first consideration. 3, a girl, Elizabeth Eldene. Hospital on Wednesday where Chief speaker for the evening Mr and Mrs. Kenneth W. Oden, she was a patient for several days will be Mr. Robert Paul, of the Charles Town, Rt. 2, March 4, a While at the hospital Mrs. Grove Department of Interior, who is girl, Jeanna Roxanne. had a bad fall and broke her col- very near the top in the planning Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dillow, John N. Newcomer lar bone which is now in a cast Candidate For Since returning home she has been at the home of a daughter :y Commissioner and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. How Harpers Ferry District ard Everhart. Best of luck for Mrs. Grove. She has been in ill (Owner and Operator) health for quite awhile. Cliffside Motel) Guests with Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Everhart and Mrs. Annie 10-tf,-pd.- Grove were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1 Brackett of Virginia, Rev. C. W. 1 Lloyd of Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Mar. I Will Appreciate Your garet Wilson, Mrs. Norma White of Mt. Mission, Mr. John Wilson VOTE And SUPPORT Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ever- hart and son of Dargan, Md. J. Edward ... ,_..Ma sha Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitzer and children, Mr. Terry Davis of ---FOR--- Baltimore, Md. were Sunday gue sts with the latter s mother Mrs.; Ethel Buzzard and family Terry Commissioner returned to camp in Philadelphia I~ABLETOWN DISTRICT on Sunday evening. The Spitzers Feb. 17-TE, Pd. RE-ELECT GEORGE tL CRIM FOR Unty Commissioner DISTRICT VOTE & SUPPORT BE APPRECIATED pAT THE MAY 10 RIMARY ELECTION Feb 24-TE.Pd. FOR & RE-ELECT E, "Sam" HENKLE Man With Experience Commissioner ---FROM--- liarpers Ferry District pAT THE MAY 10 RIMARY ELECTION Mar. 3-Pd. T.E. WILL APPRECIATE VOTE And SUPPORT howard S. Koonce FOR Commissioner Ferry District Date, May 10th March 10-T.E.-Pd. stayed until Monday. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jun ior Grove and family during the week were: Mr and Mrs. Robert Longerbeam, l~r. and Mrs. Feral !Nick and sons of Chestnut Hill, Mrs. Linda Hough and son of Mannings, Mr. Thomas Lonber- beam and son Robert, Miss Judy Cogle. On Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson and son of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Longerbeam and son of Charles Town, Mrs. E,~a Longerbeam and children, Mr. Ollie Hawk of. Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell of Manassas, Va. were visitors Thu rsday with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Grove and family, also Linda Hough and Billy Howell were guests. Saturday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt Mr. Ollie Hawk of Chestnut Hill Mr. Marshall Grove of Neersville Va. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughter were Saturday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and family in Mannings. Mrs. Frances Rodgers; Mrs. Hazel Staubs and daughter Linda Mrs. Shirley Chapman were gue- sts on Thursday with Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children in Bruns- wick, Md. Mrs. Leona Staubs of Middle- way and three grandchildren Tom my, Beverly and Rhonda Staubs of Mannings spent the weekend at her home here. Mr. Harold Staubs was a caller on Saturday morning at his sister Mrs. Ellen" Cole and family in Purcellville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children of Brunswick, Md. were guests on Sunday with the form- ere parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rodgers and family. for the Potomac. Charles Town, March 6, a boy. Because of the great interest SURGICAL shown by local people in the Po- Mr. David R. Hoffmaster, Bak- tomac and its tributaries, the erton; Mr. Neill N. Anderson, of League believes that this meeting Ranson; Mrs. Zeneth M. Johnson, will provide a fine opportunity Charles Town; Mrs. Mary E. Har. for people to learn at first hand ris, Charles Town; Mr. William L. what the Department of Interior Dodson, Kearneysville, Rt. 1, hopes to accomplish, and also for Little Larry D. Moore, Harpers the Government to learn how Ferry; Mrs Margie M Viands, of people along the river would like Ranson; Mrs. Luella K. Smith, of to see this great natural resource Charles Town; Miss Louise E. developed. Jones, Martinsburg.; Little Tim- Basic information about the othy M. Anders, Ranson; Miss Potomac Basin is included in the Teresa L. Phillips, Brunswick, League's booklet "Let's Think Md.; Mr. William P. C. Perry, of About The Potomac," put out by Charles Town; Mrs. Marie S. the Potomac Basin Inter-League Pearrell, Brunswick, Md. committee The Potomac Interim Report is also available on theI MEDICAL League shelf in the Charles Town Master Kenneth T. Fraley, of Library. Anyone is welcome to Ranson; Mrs. Blanche M. Long- borrow these booklets; please erbeam, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. sign them out and return them Shirley A. Penwell, Ranson; Miss promptly So that others may use Joyce A. Payton, Summit Point; Mr. Russell A. Boggs, Dun Lor- them. Specialists To Discuss Corn Yield Practices March 14 At Bardane If you are interested in meth- ods and practices used to secure top corn yields, March 14th is a date to mark on your calendar. On this date Dr. Olsen and Dr. Patterson, Crops and Soil Spec- ialists at ~West Virginia Univer- sity, will be at Bardane Commu- nity Center at 7:45 P. M. to dis- :cuss with farmers of Berkeley and Jefferson County methods and practices used by farmers to secure high corn yields. The County Extension crop Committee has suggested this activity for this year. Committee members are Elmer Vickers, Leo Widmyer, Cooper McQuilkin Rich ard Dailey, T. L. Magaha and George L. Cole. Yesterday top corn yields are todays averages. Corn production in the two county area is a one million dol- lar a year business. The 1960 farm census indicates 33o/o of corn acreage is grown without any commercial fertilizer. If corn yields can be upped 10 o/o this would add $100,000.00 additional gross farm income to the two county area. Mr. Charles Riley, of Harpers Ferry, is a patient in Charles Town 'Hospital. Mrs. Frank Sperry, of Bolivar is a patient in the Charlottsville, Hospital, Va. where she is quite ill and underwent surgery. ing, Va.; Mrs. Ruth N. Holmes, Bolivar; Mrs. Mary W. Sager, of Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Myr- tle A. Narlins, Pikesville, Md; Mrs. Emma L. Hughes, Harpers Ferry, Rt 1; Mrs. Curtis C. Moore, Charles Town; Mr. Charles E. Riley, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Earl Quinn, Charles Town; Mrs. Mary L. Stephens, Charles Town; Mrs. Maysel Smith, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mr. Garland C. Shan- holtzer, Summit Point; Mrs. Bess- ie B. Fauble, Ranson; Mrs. De. lores S. Murray, Charles Town; Mrs. Nelson L. Palmer, Kable- town; Mrs. Marie H. Gordon, of Charles Town; Mrs. Sadie K. Moore, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Louise V. Hough, Charles Town; Mr. Winton A. Hawkins, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary A. Hough, Rippon; Mrs. Mary S. Gwatkin, Charles Town; Mrs. Mollie Scena Glassford, Summit Point; Little Karen C. Clipp, of! Charles Town; Mrs. Sally B. Mor- gan, Shenandoah Junction; Mr. Fred M. Hilliard, Charles Town; Baby Orland L. Jackson, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mr. Ralph E. Gum, Bdunswick, Md.; Mrs. Bessie E. Davis, Charles Town, Rt. 2. SCOTT & WHITE Ethical Pharmadsts PHONE 725-2182 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 000 Dr. Family When your prescription bears this label you know you will benefit from the best that the science of pharmacy can provide. ..................... i:!:i:!:i:i: iii ii ! i:i i ::i ii i :!ii ::ii:::::::: .......................... :i i THIS COUPON WORTH CA) o