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Wins I Town To .'; O0uCas Aircraft _ PIRIT OF JEFFERSONTHuRSDAY," " Paw Paw To Win Re( ional Title Petersburg In Consolat, Space Unit Head Is Mr'. and Mrs. Lee Adams !Mr and Mrs mer Boyd, Mr. Idnh It. H. Bunter The Piedmont Lions clobbered Stewart 1 01 2 The Charles Town Pan Onl Larr Burns could h.t .,e..ew Donald and some nice gifts Entertamed For Son Mrs. Adams se ............ y Y a flu-weakened bunch of Page Fisher .............. 1 2-2 4 ._ ," ..... " ..... ~ , . . .~^, ..... ..,_u o_~...~+.~ ._~_ ~.+.~ . ,,......_~_ . . ,, . rners were srunneo early r'rlaay tne aou'nle scoringiigureszor Of interest loe l "s ,.,at;z~uzz nzsz* o~u..w.~ .~u., ~.az ~, J.w:mazz ......... L u-u ~ ............... al y I a recent . of cup cakes, ice ................. " - - ^ - The Martinsbur~ High Bulldoasmgnt oy a rornaaic-JiKe oHenmve ~:narms Town netting 15 on seven announcem n c " Jes Town In rne llrSt rounu m ~ne ~reen .............. ~ u-u ~ . . o o' ~ _ ......... ...... ', .... e t omlng out of Los Mr .and Mrs. Lee Adams, Jeff- taro chips and c~ --- -., A ~ ~ ~ "+-,-, +-~o' ..... 1' ~+,,~^t~ - - n d~splaying at times some of thepuncn nenverea oy tne ~omen nezct goazs ana a IOUl ShOt Angeles Calf to h l-oegloz, ~-.~ sCnOOl~u~ ,~,~oKebt~a I ,...,J.z,Jv~. .............. u U-.,.u ............. o , [., t e effect that erson Avenue, entertained Sun- _____ + ......... t ~ ~,,t~mac State Col best offensive ball of the season :xornaaoes oz ~eyser ~t~gn ~cnool The boxscores" Maxwell W Hunter Jr son of day afternoon March 8 with a ....... stn~ lege',"~:'eyser,"~Fri'~da~"y night by a Totals ........... 28--23-3---~ 79 Dulled out all stops in the second in the opening game of the Sec- Keyser " FG F Pts. Mr. ~nd Mrs. M. W. Hunter, 523party in lonor of ~the 8~h birthday .vvnen aaver~l ,. one-sided 79-43 score; and almost Page Jackson FG F Pts. nalf Friaay night on Martinsburg ,~!on .~-~A ~ournament srageq in] Boor ...... 7 2-5 16 Garber street, Hollidaysburg, Pa, of their son Donald Lee. Guestssel,z never vo~e.r ; dunlicated this feat Saturday L Bailey 2 5-10 9 riign gymnasium ana moved into me r'e~ersourg ~lgn gymnas!um r .......... ls now one of the top engineers de niggler ir~ beating Paw Paw Higl~ C}ms. Branson'::i:i: 4 1-7 9 the Region 2 Class-AAA schoolboyana woun%up on.me snm]t ena of ~el~eri(l{ ............ 0 2-4212 veloplng the Douglas Aircraft Car present were Stev.ie Dorsey. Glenn ~omer now goodY ............ liminations o,, scorin~ a oe a somewhat one-sines ~-a,} aerie- t .." _~.. " .... ratzon s missile and s Edwards, Bobby Perks, Danny andwna~ your proauc~ of Morgan county by a 68-4t oonnson ............ u z-a z "+,'+~'+ %. ..... a .. ~ . " ........... ~+eeuy ..... 11 I-1 23 po ' ' " " Pace sy- Max Nichols, Johnnie and Stevie count to win the tournament Clar. Branson ........ 3 0-0 6 i camve m-~+t. V.lcrory over tne Mar- ran; J~u~ ~aLurnay mgnt ~oacn | Brown ..... 10-0 2 stems Mr. Hunter is a nephew of Clipp, Patsy Whittington. Martha Truck freig.ht ros~ championship. The ,pair of victor Wills ............... 1 1-2 3 I gantown rugn cadets. ~c+nara rtarm~sonsooys a ppearea ] Mills ........ 1. 2-2 4 Mr. H. H. Hunter of Charles Town Lynn, Frankie Adams, Tony and ing December. ~e [u~y recoverea ~rom ~ne mow The 37 ear old Penns lvanmn ies gave +the Lions the right .to Newman ........... 0 0-3 0 It was a large but not capacity ...... ]L Smith ...... 2 1-2 5 -y - y " Mante Collins. Monte was celebra- participate in the State playoffs Sims ............... 2 0-3 4 audience, most of them home anu scores a surprising ~.-~ v!c Roberts . :::: : :: :: :: : 1 1-1 3 has been assistant space chief en in Huntington March 20-21. B. Bailey ............ 3 2-3 8 It+owners who saw Coach George tory over the Petersburg H~g'hVik J Sanders .... 2 0-2 4 gineer, space systems, since last ring his fifth birthday also. Hang Kong reje In their battle with the page Jackson ............1 0-0 2 ]Whitacre's Martinsburg Bulldogs mgsf::ra:e:t~:m'tc:agl:mT:~w~:~O'lMontgomery':::::::. 3 3-4 9 sPi?l'leHe has had. 12 years of mis- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams, for curbing textile~ Jackson cagers the Lions broke -- | growl a httle at the Mohigans be- g in IClark ............. 0 1-2 1 pe ience, me ms~ vwo years ~ "----'------~ wide open a 6-6 tie about midway Totals ...........16 11-32 43 I fore they really tore into them convincing fashion the Keyser] " ._____ as m~sile, chief des!gn engineer. HI DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist of the first period with a 14-point Piedmont 19 37 58--79 I and ri~pped them to shreds for r~lgn cagers, came rack .Saturaay Totals ........... 35 15-25 85 }ne ~ougi.as ~'an is mcatea .a~ streak and 'were not threatened Page Jackson 6 12 23---43 their 13+th victory in 21 games this mgh,t to wnip the~nign-scoring ]Charles Town " FG F Pts. ~aflv~. Momc.a, t~alif. He has been ][j EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED seriously by. the Spartans after ~ season. And for winning this big ~omney H~gh .cagers.by ~ 64-48 ]Spinks ............. 2 3-5 7 assom~ated w~h Douglas Aircraft []| Hours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thu that. , ~one the Bulldogs will move into .score.ann wm ~ne sectmnai champ rE]smart ............. 1 0-0 2 since ~u~a. H] OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 p. M. With Joe "Goose" Taylor lead- Mu e[man Faundatmn ]Morgantown Friday night for Red mnship. .[Wilt ......... 3 0-0 6. Hunter was graduated from Hol [[] Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles ToWn, ing the scoring parade, ,the Lions ........................ ]]anal play against Richwood High i In the Charles Town-Petersburg ]Burns ... 7 1-4 15 hdaysburg Hiffh School m ~v~v, moved into ,a 19-6 first period lead ~, , ~ ~ ~ a . ]School at 7:30, with West Fair- I battle Saturday night Charles [Ranalli ........... 1 0-0 2 from washington .and Jefferson m__ College in 1942 with summa cam and late in the second stanza may uIVe xcn0larsnln........ All$1]n+, ........ i mont and Elkins High meeting in Town got off to a flying start and Icoffman" ' : :: :" : : : : : :" 1]1 1-2 3 ....... 1- ~:~+~;'~ J ed far out in front by a 33-10 ~ I+ ~1~ [the second game at 9 p.m. J roned up a 19-9 lead in the first ISkinner .. " 3 0-0 6usettsiauae .nonorS,insti~uteanaof,ZrOmTechnologyMassacn-m " ' j :margin At one time during the ~, ~+~ ~,,.,+ I Martinsburg trailed the Mohig- period. Only in the third period Fleming ..:::::::::: 1 1-1 3 " ~, final period the Lions led the Spar ~ ~]~+,/:~ ~,::~:_u++~+=+~,~:,+,+~ ~=, [ans in the first three minutes of did the Panthers permit the Vik-]Frye ...... 0 0-1 0 1944. ~ :" tans by as much as 40 points. ] arshi+p-~as ~b'een''est'ab~s?l~e~t"at [play 6-1 but .then the Bulldogs |ings to outscore them and even in [ ---------- Plrst assigned to aircraft engin eemng young ~un~er was later The Spartans who had not had .mh,+,~o.a ~,,n~'~ ~+,,,~,~ .... ]overcame their jitters and Johnny that period only by a point. Totals .... 19 6-13 44 a practice session ,all ,week because I ~v'~t~e~u~se~man~l~ou~a~"~ ISchell hit on three of four quick I With all five Charles Town start I ................ shifted to the misrule aeridynamzcs of four of the five starters being ~orm~- *+, o ~+,~,-* 2~,~,'~,7,~,~:~'o~+lshots from the floor ito put the ers joining in the scoring Charles I. o~u,= u~ +,cz, uu~. ~ ....... field two years later. In 1954 he out of the school with the flu, ~ ~'~,~a'~:::'~=,~",~,;==:.'~2,~'~=~ IBulldogs into an 11-6 lead and Town had rolled up a 27-15 half-]~eyser ~ ~v b_~--~a was named asslstafit chief project ~ ~) ~~ ._ ,~ ~ ~ ~ started off fairly well and for a ] ~'~0~-.'"~'" (~;,:~.'~'~fi~.~:..,~; ]they staved in front .the rest of |.time lead. jtmarms sown ~ Z~ a--4a engineer for missiles and in 1956 time kept pace w~th the Lmns but n~,~ .... m~ D~ ~..., r~. ~ ...... [the way At the end of the first ] Larry Burns who led the Pan- [ (Consolatmn Game) w appo nted chief mgn engineer. Jhnsn'Ba']ey-Bransn and cm ' b'et++rY~ "S~epherd'+~Cl~ege'-'P'r:siden~ 'perid tlae Bulldgs led nly 18"15" ' thers n the ffense in t~his battle 'Charles TOWnw~ h FG F Pts" " Du" ring hl's'misslle career Hun" ~+~~er nas mace ~mpor~ant cott~r~out T~~'~~ " puny were tOO weak to run with I ..~' ........ " IBut in the second period .the Bull- I t 15 points was honored by [St)inks 4 3-8 11 , ' " 1 " t ' cos ed he scnomrsmp wiu cover tin- " amed to 'h ............. ions to Douglas Nike Thor Geme ,the oppositmn and , hm ~l , dogs, led again by Schell, opened being n t e All-Tourna- il 4 4-4 12 ' ' ' with the ina'bility of the Spartans tmn, board and room, f%es, books ]an with a 17-point attack to move [ment team at the close of tourna-[W~ t :+:. .............. n.n ,~ Honest John and Sparrow pro- to find the range of the basket an2^supp~es tar ~.,u~+J tour.-year ]in~to a 35-27 first half lead. ment play. [~?:mo~+~ ............ 4 ~+-310 grams, in ~s new l~st, 'his ~ork soon put them in a predicament ] ~.~.~,~ w,~ ~w~u~x~/~ ] The Bulldogs cooled off as the ] In Friday night's game Keyser/~t:~'~.~ ............ a ~ ~ ~ mvowes excmszveiy ~nes pace pro they could not pull out of. As a ........ Ithird .neriod atoned went nearly I the pre-tourney favorites wen+t on| .... ,,~ ~ ~_~ o g ~1 CERTi'FIEO MAINE " mater f fact Page Jacksn sored t 'a member 'ttne ~resnman c~ass [three minutes ~befre soring anti ] a scring rampage and rlled in a ] ....................... - Hunter als serves n the miss" i ~. S E E D *' from the floor only ,four times in lentermg.~nepnera t;ouege m ~ep JMorgantown closed the gap ~to [,total of 35 field goals.I ....,~ ~ iles and space vehicles aerodyna- the first half. Their high-scoring [~emoer, ~v~. [four points 35-31 as La+ttanzi and[ Gary Keedy led the Tornadoes ] xu~a~ ........... , mice committee of the National L~}wrence Bailey never hit once~ Controlling factors of ,the schol ]Chucky Blue fire}l in twin-point-[on the offensive attack rolling in ]Petersourg FG F Pts. Aeronau+tics aria ~pace .gency. from the floor in the first half and arsnlp are cnaracter, need for as- [ere ] 11 field goals and one foul shot for [ Koon+tz . ,~ ............ 5 0-~ 10~ ~P 0 T A T 0 i managed to score only nine points Isistanee and academic ability. ] ~,,~ ~ .... ~,t.~a ,,~ o ~,r,,~,~,o,, la total of 23 points. As a matter ]Barr ................ 0 2-2 2 the rate of 5 ~ou.nds ~er 100 sn in the game. ]Special consideration.is given to Iof fact it was Keedy who played IMichaels ............ 0 0-1 0: feet. Apply 2 pounds per 100 sa" " At the same time ten pFayersIgraauates of Musselman High/~"~l 7,~2 ~'~:*~,,'1"~'~;;,~ ~'~lthe major role in !the 24-6 lead I Nelson .............. 5 3-4 131feet,rathe garden bef~'re olowin~" - were sharing in the Piedmont scor[Scnoo!. In wood, W. Vs. and to up-/~a~rtins~'r~:s ~_~n~"~f~mine ~'+~ ~which Keyser built up over ~he [Alt ................. 6 0-1 12 2 pounds af.ter plowing-and ~1" ing wi+th Taylor getting 23 and] pncan~s wno are sons or aaugh+ters] ~- ~ '+'~ ~ " ]Panthers in the first period And [Taylor 3 0-1 6 oound should be aonlied as a band of free throw by Stuckey and Schells . - ............. -- -- - Riehards 15 The boxscore" I empmyees or growers of prod-/,,,~o +~o,~, +, ....~,~ ~+, ..... ,, ,~,lalthough Charles Town d~d show] -------------- application on each side Of the }~+ ~a-._.., r,~ .... [ ts p ocessed by the C. H. Mus- [~, o. ^~,^. ~,..^ ~.,~ ~_~, .... [better offenmve form m the second / Totals ..... 19 5-1143 row (per 50 feet of row) Produced by top-rated growers ....... I. ,~,,-,v~,,s. h~..~ ',,~'--~r ~ ..... s w~'rt'od un /penoa ~eyser StAll ou~scorea them l ~core Oy quarters: Be sure to have some nitrogen ' "aymr . ............ ~ b-7, 23 I Students interested in obtaining |:L" and [25-17 to take a 49-23 'half time/Petersburg " 9 15 25---43 fertilizer on hand to apply to the ~ from the very best foundation seed. I R: Russell .......... 4 2-3 10 ]further information concerning [u,~ ~z~. '~~z +~ ~.~u+~ ..... Ilead. ]Charles Town 19 27 36--58vegetables throughout the growing w, ~ussell .......... 2 6-9 10 Ithis scholarship should contact [ .......................... ........ /~~ seaso" +Z~rm-- -~ ..... ~ ~+-'~ ~_~ Grown scientifically for protection i D .......... Twyman 3. 1-2 7 I the registrar at .Shepherd College / A five point spree by Sc el t ] [ . snoum'- "~"oe ........ appnea ag me rare'" oz" l" ~ against disease, j R~chards 5 5 6 15 or the principalof Musselman |zer s long jumper a one hander l A tab espoonful per plant or foot of Fost~er ........... 1 2-2 4 ]High SchoioZl " by Karns a~d Haynes' secon'd goal/Ktwamans Hear About I USD Of 11112 Wdl Meet t r ' ' | ~ .............. " , .... / I ow On the green leaTy vegetab N * Inspected regularly in the field... -..~-- .-- ~ ..~.-- ,-- 9., 4-- -,.~--. --..-- .-- ...+ Iof the perioa vaulted the ~uiiaogs t t " s " -- ' +" " " " - ~ ..,~ ..... ' le SUCh as ca~)oage Kale or Droc ............ ......................... into a commanding 18-point,54- oli ' ' ~ harvested carefully. 1 ! rr~T.-tr~ T=~.,"~mT~T'~ | 36 lead with one quarter left ]Red Cross Program I Home Mrs. Frank Bushong ?,he apphcation .shoul.d_be ~ ~ ,f~ /HI~ ~ ~" t " ~ ~" t I ' t I ue coast every+ z weeks, wire ~o ' ~'' ~..._ [1 _ -'1 . "lllkJ I'A+']kk~ll'Jl" 'i Pitzer's soft shot ran the mar- / ..... I .............. matco it is necessr" +""t'~ i q~.'~ Graded and stored properly. I I ~ f~ [T/~ ~t Vf~ I ~ ~ #1 []T~[TI~ aTTn I I~n to 20 "-ints as the final -'eriod /Is lal#a*eaa P*.,=&,, I "me umtea bta~es )augnters oz . . , :. .. y z ~, ,?=.~= ~.~.) ~(./~ " ~'V'~ ~-~,YJ~ ~k~ ~J l~ , l'e~, _ ~ .... v IIH ,~,I~I,UH ~UUHI, 11812 will have +their quarterly mY z appncatl0n'wnen the Irui't ~, .J~ ,i.~,J, openea leavlng tne only quesrlon ,, | 1 A lIl ~ ~ ~'~ unanswered as to the time of de [ [meeting with Mrs. Frank L. Bush- Is about the sine of a marble. 'I~ Guaranteed with Southern States [ !" m ........ - m m ~ |~ parmre- nex~ ...... week ~or me ~egion-- !heldTheitCharlesr Town Kiwanis Club long in Charles Town Thursday at .... ~ "Seed Guarantee With a Meaning." i ~I I I II! ~ ,~i I I I I I: - al "la'off | s egular meeting in The 12:30 p. m. with Charles Town ......... ! ~ l tl L I L I L J t ~, s . ~ . [Thomas Jefferson Hotel Thursday tmembers serving as hostesses. LIHU: a~e | J~ l~ ~J~ ~l ~ l~, I~J' | It was another solid team enorr ~evening with a good attendance I A ouiz on t'he War of 1812 will ........ .J !that earned Martinsourg a region- t Dr J L VanMe+r~ ~- ....... L_ t -" ....... -- al berth for the second straight |tro h that h ' ' ] /~L,] ~ "J har~Wff~Wr~T~h T~IIT l~.,~.C'~ I . , ~ ...... P Y t e Club would g~ve ]Bushong in charge | ana umer ~avorlte Vt)ll~l) l~bA~'~I~. | year. oonnny ~cnel! pourea in z~ to the winner of the s~-ellin- bee ....... "" ..... ! ............. v ~ I ~usmess wm oe aevotea ~o ms- " points netmng m o~ z~ snore to to be held in th .... [ | ..... :: ......................... + e county pubhc ]cuss,on of plans for a v,s,+ of the UTHERN STATES ! , ,+,+~ +.+ ~.,,uum+ -++++'~. '-',+,, scnoos this month A1 N+r~,~a ............. ....... presmen~ namona~ ~ars ue~ ~e- . Haynes had a ,tremendous evening and Lee Bush ' " [ For Springtime Color ~~ [ fromthe.field, sinking sixof11 HaroldKis~nrg:t~ngmaadu:t'the ~Phheonel~2:2[:~oW~Itahj:TToe~na:; Charles Town Cooperative II ! ~ | a~temp~s ana netting . e~gnt Je~fferson Country Red Cross, gave [Briscoe is buried in Charms Town ", ' PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. i | + h rm At ~~ | st;raxgn~ iree .t~nrows ~o,.~lna ~p a talk on the work of his organ-ion Episcopal Churchyard With" ' : ~**,~a ..... **~ ~v i-,~:, ~:,~~'~'~..,":... ~ 'wrtn zu points., o,~ ~,~=, ~. .... ization. He ........... said that ]959 ~1~h,-~_ ~h~ .... .... m4o,~,.,~, .... ;~,,,t-.~,,,,,,,,~ ~,,~" P,ans' +~o ' ' . ~ *~ ~ I . ~~_h~ "~.~.'..~ I.through w~,th 17 valuable pmnts tee the 100th anniver ..... ~ ............. -.:.. , ~a,s u, ~zzc pzace a marker on TIlS grave. Paaj. ] || | " I~ a 4m 'I' I~ I~ ~{i j sophomore Johnny Karns tookde: Red Cross. That Clara Barton Briscoe was born at Piedmon+ and + k A I 1 II~ II~ ~~1~.~ o fensive nonors oy snaring ~ at was the first Red Cross Nurs .................. ' I ~ L g . II !_ rll "~" ~~1: I +he lo"als' 41 r^+'^" "~ and "~rr ..... " e.hiS wlie wno was Julia wars rtl~e, ] r ~ + w -- m ~~i~:..::~ ::~ ,~ ~ + ~...,,~o... . o? s rna~ she dld valiant work amongalso came from this sectlon 'and is l j ~{.:~ j Stuckey turned m a SilCK pray-the wounded durin~ th,+ h~t~ .e~,,,.~,~,+ ~,.+~+,+.. +.~.~, | ~~ i mak ng ~ob before fouling out ~nAntietam I and long after . HEM ! the closing moments. He said that Jefferson Countys +' -*~* ^~ ~ I ~~i i ~ Rer Cross quota for this year ~s fertilizer ut Tour | grace your own home, too! ~ One of the puzzles tho~t confront $5 676' but i~ is hoped that we will | " ~~i! | the student of human nmture is exceed our quota. Of the money _ | .BE SURE -you the Finest :++::+ ~the great attraction that scandal collected about 70% ,stays in the Garden Most Important | ~!i i ha~ U,r mi,~ ~o~ ~,=, ..... +~, +~ county and is spent by the local | Blooms. z -"r.......... chapter. If you are to grow good vegeta- ~~ I ,pu e m z~u~r~. Par. -~isner said that President bles in 1959 you will have to do [ .............. ~'/, [ "" Eisenhower is honorary president~ a good job of fertilization, accord. PHONE YOUR ORDER NOW' II ~ trh3~TOR::cuhCna:P!e?r~ndi~hrtet::{! i!o:n:s~pCai!~:/dinvnz~vlL~{!~ + at in Jefferson" County 168 famFirst, you should start out'by | I/Ikl I flies were helped last year; 78adding organic matter to the soil. | ~PI ]UI-I rlur~|~l i Christmas baskets were distribu- If you have a cover crop, fine. Or ! ~ ted! 130 young people were given use manure at the rate of 15 to | PHONE 83 CHARLES TOWN, W CA. | swimming lessons; and 229 pints 20 tons per acre. If' the garden~ | i of blood were collected from blood hasn't been tested for lime re uire TUNE IN CHANNEL 5 donors. All of ~the above was span ments for some years, .take a sam BUY THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK 676 CORAL Sunshine colors [ Tops for cemont, masonry, brick; wood shakes and shingles, and weathered asbestos shingles. Gives your home the maximum protection and lasting beauty you want by sealing the porous masonry against moisture. No messy preparation.., it comes ready to use. Applies evenly, easily--hides exceptionally THE PAINT well, Because its beauty lasts longer, THAT'S WORTH you don't have to paint as often THE PRICE! PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 3:00 O'CLOCK JIGSAW QUIZ CHARLES TOWN AND VICINITY WILL BE CO - SPONSORED BY US o- EACH WEDNESDAY REGISTER AT OUR STORE FOR YOUR FREE CHANCE FOR A TELEPHONE CALL. YOU MAY WIN THE BIG JACKPOT PRIZE. I RADIO- TELEVISION APPLIANCES 222 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS MAKE THE Z[NITH VALUE CHECK witk WORLD FAMOUS The beauty last__~ when y~u paint with the finest.,. ~PAINTS sored by the local Red Cross Chap ter. After the lecture the speaker showed colored pictures of the car ious activities carried on by the National Red Cross Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE LOTSOF The Classified Ad Columns of this Newspaper are one big happy "surprise party" for those looking to buy, sell, trade, rent or whatever. You'll be amazed and de- lighted at how often you'll find exactly what you're seeking.., in anything from a new home to a new job! A Classified Ad of your own, too, will often work wonders . . at very small cost. For surprising RESULTS... read and use lhe classified ad columns. .--of the- Newspaper in Charles Towm Read by More than 20,000 People Every Week. ple of your soil to your County Agricultural Agent and have it tested. Apply lime only as he re- commends because too much lime can be just as harmful as not en= ough lime, Hardin emphasized this week. Fertilizer should be applied at t II THE MELVIN T. ,STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 I Ill I II !i:::i;:i::(:i::iiii !i:! :i : f' During Girl Smut Week, March 8-14, we:/~ proudly salute our local Girl Scouts who, thro the ideals and accomplishments inspired by Gir!'~ Scoutihg, do much to benefit the family the community ... and the natron. ,+'~ non ye//owing white flaw/ess br///]anc CHARLES TOWN GRAIN &FEED --PHONE 73-- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II +~ Phone 10 Charles Towm ('Bring Your Banking Problems No Obligation At All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve To Us. . System--