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Tit SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE URSDAY, MARCIt 26, 19 0 13--3 Mrs. Bernard Ott Marshal[ McAboy Sr. was dinner guest of her son- and (laughter, Mr. and McKee and children, and Henry of Kear- / Mrs. Muse and daughter, Karen;" Mrs. David Penwell and daughter, Linda and Mrs. James Barthlow all of Halltown spent Monday with Mrs. Nobel Hay at her home in Ransom Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, along , with Mrs. Elmer Wright Sr. of Ranson, were in Martinsburg on Tuesday, while there Mrs. Gray visited little Ricky Dinges, who was a patient in the King Daugh- ters Hospital, with infection this FOR : : JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (20 YEARS IN EDUCATION) High School Teacher High School Principal College Professor SUBJECT TO MAY 12th PRIMARY March 26-1t- (Pol. Adv.) Please consider me as your candidate for the Jefferson County Board .of Education. It is my hope that I may be YOUR repre- sentative on 'that Board. In giving policy direction and guidance to the school admin- istration, as YOUR spokesman, we can secure the support needed to improve the quality of education provided our children. We have a responsible Board now as evidenced by the record; I'd like to see it RESPONSIVE as well. Wi'th open meetings, and full disclosure reasons decisions are made, plus a concentrated effort the comunmity in programs that our schools deserve. st et are my committments to you for your vote. I ask your t0 st that I will fulfill these committments and your support t~flO~e the "Education Gap." It may be poor politics to declare i~ ~f~ belief that our schools do not "measure up" to the needs .cur children today; or to reveal areas overlooked, delayed t,~UShed aside that might reflect failures, particularly right ~ the thorough and progressive Hofstetter Report offered of improvement, hut in truth, it does not cencen- I enough emphasis on the need to update the curriculum I ~' Suggesting a 5-7 year period of in.service training for t eaching staff in the newer methods of today, and this ~I~.AFTER corrective measures recommended for the physical et: changes. While I've seen evidence that our Office of the :i rb endent of Schools is forging ahead in this area before changes, I'd like to encourage even more and involve " ogether, we must provide an academic program attract- ~t~o,t~a. Ugh to stem the ~[~lY~fedrop-outs and challenging I h to produce an adeq uate foundation for our stl ents |- i tM Ke higher education an easy transition with the ability '" ~ ~.~tlsfactions required in their search for knowledge. WE I~:Ve in our future, WE believe in our children, and WE ~ ~ ve in our American way of life. By working together WE tg~ ~esas~tUre our own success. I will be pleased to discuss these ~P I ~1) ~lth any interested group. Please call. With your support i ~l~ ~tlr vote on May 12th, WE can work to provide the new "i it tile e leadership that our Jefferson County schools require ii decade of the 70's. Thank You, HERBERT F. MARTIN (MARCH 26 -- APRIL 9, 23, 30 -- MAY 7) IlI The Hahn-Eclipse patented Pow-R-Vac housing works like no mower you've ever Seen. Stands grass straight, so it gets cut the first time eliminates messy clumps. (You can "vacuum" if you want--a large grassbag com s with your 8-6.) From the 19" hand-propelled Pull 'n' Go model to the big 21" self-propelled Deluxe 8-6 With electric key-start these are the 725-5113 :pas~ week, Ricky has improved enough that he has returned to his home, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. tlarry Dinges of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Norman White of Glengary, W. Va. were recent visitors' of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak, and Miss Dorothy Bowers. Mrs. Alton Muse and daughter, Karen spent Friday morning with Mrs. William Putts, at her home in Bolivar, llouse Warming A house warming was held on Thursday evening in .honor of their home on Re~Tnann Street in Ranson. Those attending were Mrs. Dorcas Lookingbill, Mrs. Mar tin Grimes and son Blaine, Mrs. Carla Crites, Mrs. Robert I,inton, Mrs. Gary Gray, all of Charles Town, Mrs. Irving Gray, Mrs. Cha rles Gray and Mrs. Robert Linton all of Ranson. Mrs. Joseph Ranalli ]of Millvi.lle, Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Lester Moler, Mrs. Marshall United Methodist Church, at CoI- lege Park, Md. on Friday evening March 20, 1970 at 8:30 by the Rev. Cletus tlerschy. Mrs. Meier is the daughter of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of Halltown and the late Mr. Gray. Those attending the wedding from Jefferson County were Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Hall- town, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linton of Ranson, Miss Marili Ranalli of Millville and an aunt of the bride ' Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Alexandria, i Va. Following the ceremony a re- ception was for the bride and groom at 6112 Breezewood Drive Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright Sr. at I in Greenbelt, Md. Mrs. Lee Sipe of Euclid Avenue Charles Town, was a Saturday eve ning supper guest of her brother in law, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and children, Karen Timmy and Kenny. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William ttoak and Miss Dor- othy Bowers were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bowers and son Dwight, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons Samuel A. Bailey Has Accepted Position With Life Insurance Company j:K~: "i ii McAboy, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and son Michael and Mark, all of l Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. Alton Charles Town. 1 SAMUEL A. BAILEY Muse, Mrs. David Penwell, and Miss Dorothy Bowers has been Samuel A. Bailey, son of Mrs. the honored guest, Mrs. "Elmer on the sick list this week with Edith Williams and formally of Wright, all of HalltoC~n. Those the virus, but is some what ira-, Charles Town, has accepted a pus- sending gifts but unable to at- proved at this writing. !ition with Union Mutual Life In- tend were, Miss Dorothy Bowers, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and grand surance Company as a Under- Mrs. Edwin Clevenger, Mrs. My- daughter, Miss Marili Ranalli of writer. Sam is a 1963 graduate of rna Bowers and son Bruce, Mrs. i Millville and Mrs. Mary Jenkins Charles Town High School and Wright received many nice and of Alexandria, Va. were weekend a U. S. A. F. veteran. He attended useful gifts. }Iostesses for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph the University of Maine and is evening were, Mrs. Nathaniel Selove and children, Meg, Terri, a graduate of Ricker, College of Gray, Mrs. David Penwell and Ramon and little Bill of Fairfax, the Northeast. Mrs. Alton Muse. Refreshments Va. Sam and his wife reside in Port consisted of tuna salad sandwich- Recent Sunday dinner guests of land, Maine. es, potato chips, pickles, cake and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger ice tea, and a most enjoyable eve were Miss Sharon Clevenger of ~~~~ ning was spent by all. I Hyattsville' Md" Mr" Dick B nd'I HANNIN6S Mrs. Joseph Serove and sons, New York City, and Mr. Sidney Ramon, and little Bill of Fairfax Clevenger of Hagersiown, Md. Virginia were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and I Mrs. Pauline Ott daughter Linda on Friday. ~t ~~ ~~ Married March 20 Mrs. Terri Suzann Moler of Fair [ (FROM LAST WEEK) fax, Virginia and Mr. Gary Snow I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I Frank Bell were Mr. and Mrs. unitedYauger'in f Middleburg,marriage in Va a doubleWere 1 Larr~ Magaha and daughter, Shel ring ceremony in the University,ley Sue, of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and daughter, Kimmie and sons, Mike ai Ct~rlin and Richie and Mrs. Philip Oden and daughters, Lisa and Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle and Due to ill health and having sold my farm I will sell the son Gary Wayne spent the week following located 3 ~miles South of Shepherdstown. W. Va end with the latter's parents, Mr. 4~/~ miles North of ~Halltown, W. Va on Route 23. and Mrs. Murrill Hahn and dau- ghter, Carolyn at Brownsville, Md WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1970 Mrs. Larry Magaha and daugh- ter and Mrs. Martha Brackett of 1:00 P.M. Charles Town and Mrs. Eva Bell FARM MACHINERY and Mrs. Adeline eden and dau ghters, were shoppers in Martins Oliver Model 5 corn picker; M. C. 45 baler; Int. disc harrow; burg on Tuesday. N. I. 12 A ,manure spreader; R. T. wagon; N. I. mower; John Mrs. Elda Barr of the Bloomery Deere conveyor; N. I. side delivery rake; ~rain drill (old); Int. was a recent visitor of her mother Mrs. Lettie Ott and family. corn plant r; boom type field sprayer; Oliver 2 - 12" bottom Mr. and Mrs. Bill Viands W re, plow; la~nd drag; S. T. harrow; ,lime spreader; T bar roller; Sunday visitors of the latter's par circular wood saw; farm trailer; c(mcrete mixer; p,ush cart; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wager Pen- hog feeder; hog troughs; Clipper wheat fan; corn sheller; well and family at Leetown. blacksmith tools; Universial milker pump;~m wash up ~nk; 2 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley .and butchering kettles; butcher boards; lard press; buggy harness; daughters, Dawn and Julia and wagon saddle; bridles; e tension ladder; tractor seed sower . son Mark Jr. of Charles Town and other ,articles not mentioned, were Sunday visitors of the far- mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- FEED -- 450 bu. Corn; 50 bu. Wheat; 50 bu. Barley. lee Wiley and family. 1953 In. aA-Ton Pick-Up with stock racks. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh ter, Misty and son Jimmy of Jeff TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. erson Village were Sunday visit- EDWARD (Ned) MORROW - Auctioneer ors of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Penwell and family. R. E. MORELAND - Clerk W. Howard Albin Not Responsible For Accidents On Premises. rch 19-2t- I At low prices Hahn gives you the most quality. i 1985 mowers that make h(e easy right now. Easy to handle, because they're balanced easy to operate, because you set the contour-grip handle wherever it's com- fortable for you. New folding handle makes 6-~ easy to carry, easy to store! Mrs. Gale Dodson and daughter Sherry and Bridget and son Terry of Dargan, Md. were Sunday visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harding and daughter. M[. and Mrs. John Penwell and [+sons, Ricky and Jimmy of Lees- burg, Va. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Glover, recently Mr. and Mrs. Lanham and fam- ily of Loudoun County, Va. were Sunday visitors of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cogle were Saturday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Cook and daugh- ter, Melisa at Brunswick, Md. Mr. Thomas Wiley of Shenan- doah Junction was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Painter and fam ily at Ott's Trailer Park. Mrs. Martha Ott went to' Mar- tinsburg on Friday to have x-rays She fell o1~ ice. We hope she is feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Reed, have pur- chased a trailer and have it park+ ed at OWs Trailer Park. Mrs. Reed was the former Delores Ott daughter of Mrs. Martha Ott and the late Wilbert Ott. Moose Ladies Auxiliary Plans Dance On April S The regular meeting of the Women of the Moose was called to order by Senior Regent Ethel Caniford. Plans were made for the dance to be sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary on Sunday, April 5th, from 7 P. M. to 11 P. M. Door prize was on by Bonnie Delgo. Meeting adjourned to meet again on Tuesday,'March 24th.- NORMAN E KISNER insurance Consultant Fairfax Bldg.-Phone 725-5814 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ATIONWl MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY II MU rUAt FI+[ INSURANCE OIPM~ I I "~ t+t msummcl come~t I I J Locally Owe ! Imture.u Al mel H iiii ii I iiiii Easy to transport and store, too just fold the handle down, and you suddenly have a mower that takes no more space than a large picnic basket! (;HAlitES TOWN, W. Vh. t-~ -- NOW AVAILABLE AT THE -- Your Happy Shopping Store candy box voiles FOR THE EASTER PARADE Made With Sta-Fresh Dacron Fluttery voi.les iced with lace, flocked and tucked and gathered in place float from commencement ta pat, ty to cele- bration, on ,the prettiest g]~'ls in town. Come feast your eyes on our large a~sortment of 'finishing school bonbons' in pastachio, cotton-candy pink, sugar- spun vchite and lots more. A. Flocked Voile ~ Dacron/nylon/cot- ton, A-line dress with laced collar and cuffs. Pink. 7-15 8,00 B. l~loeked voile of Dacron/cotton, lace trmmte