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Charles Town, West Virginia
March 26, 1970     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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March 26, 1970

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-- ---- [sending his ear& while hospital- The Hills of Time" was used fol-] for this day hut in the future. [ lp SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE m a-~m ~- ~.~ liked. After Easter~ he will submit I lowed by a prayer. MrS. Allen i Worship Service will be conduct-11"mm THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970 KAKII, II IWM I to a final operation. ! Kibler, Spiritual Life Chairman ed at 9 o'clock. A cordial invitat- |li'ilM~hi~W VY 11 [ Mr. James Thompson, accompan read a very inspiring article ion is extended to all interested "~ Mrs. Marianna Smallwood lied by Mrs Thorn-son snent sev. "Gods For Real Man" by Carl persons to attend these services. Ther ning in the Metlwdist Church at Patricia were callers last' "- Sll eral days this oas[" week'in Pitts- Burke Chaplain in Erie County Miss Donna Jenkins of Summit i 10 o'clock, Sunda y School at 11 [ with Mrs. Mary Bruce Furl " ~ ~ I bur~,~ 15a Whe}e he met with a Jail. Tins" was the Easter story as Point spent the weekend with her [ Mrs. Linda Shock, Guidance School Counselors; one for Junior o'clock.Mrs. Bates Watson has been on [ and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Kim Easter Service I~roun of" men on business oer. interperted by an inmate, t classmate, Vickie Penwell. Mr. ! I callers Sunday evening Worship Service on Easter Sun- I ['aini~a~, to the Route 340 Construct The business routine followed. ' and Mrs. Robert Crozen and child Counselor, Jefferson County Ele- High School; and one for Elemen the sick list this past week I "~ ~ ent 1 as s " . mr. anu ars. a mmy day will be held at the usual hour [ ion nr iect Plans were made for the South ren of Weodlawn Trailer Court, m ary Schoo s, w peakerfor tary students in Jefferson County Venessa Owens had the mls- [ 9 o'clock, Church School follows I " %- " Jefferson Ruritan Club Supper Charles Town were visitors on a meeting of the Jeff rson uou- Mrs Wflli~ A .~human r,~. fortune to fall and break her arm I 10 o'clock I ~v~rs tmwara ~usn has corn- . - . . nt " " n ~,av~x . . ~wartz anu t~renoa, ~alS~ y Assocmtmn for Me tal Health I ~a,~ ~ .v ~.~ n ~ ~ ^. +~ at theSkating Rink Monday [ , I 1,~.~" ~-~ f tr-a~,~ents in to oe nero ~onaay April 20th. A Sunaay of Mr. ano Mrs. Thomas v ~,~, v ~, n " " Rosw Miss Patricia Buch and sister, I E'~[Y ~ . ~'/~ .Y ~" ~"';~" i" 1 rummage sale will be held if a Penwell I on Tuesday March 10 at the Com- I ~ ,m ~ ~r~.v ~, ~ night. [ Colhs a d Miss Georgm me winchester ~aemorlal rmsp ta . . ~ ~a ~ ~.-s~- s~ dra of Hedgesvllle spent the [ room is available. The Leetown Toppers 4-H Club I ,unity Room of the Bank of [ Campaign during the month of The M. Y. F. of the Methodist ] all went to Charleston .la weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Art- [ ~rKum ,A~x wr, r~ There being no further bus - members are to be complimented [ unarms:~.'own. . [ May. Mrs B. Frank Humston, Church, will meet Saturday or I ena to seeme t~asKetoau bur Lilly Seven members of the Kable- hess the meeting adjourned follow upon their choice of community u nOCK ner.g.roup therapy [ Treasurer," reported the expend - ning at the church. They were I pmyeu oy ~narxes Town Sgt. Earl Kidwell, Conservation,town W. S. C. S. met Wednesday ing the benediction. A fellowship project. Sweep Jefferson County I sa-ymg sue has tm.r~een, groups I lure for durgs during the month very pleased with the results of [ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest $~ st Officer who has been a pat- I night at the home of Mrs. Allen hour followed during Which our Clean. The goal is to clean up I w~th 10 to 15 stuaents m each I of February in the amount of t the Rummage Sale Jr. entertained the Slusl~e~ lent in the N. D. Baker Veterans,Kibler, Jefferson Village hostess served delicious refresh- litter from the county highways : group wire. classes covering a s~x I ~oo.vo.~= "= ~ Mrs. ~.'~ r." uwe" ns ano ~augnter I" ily Sunday. Hospital where he submitted to [ The meeting was called to order ments. and secondary roads. They are to week permd. She stated that the [ [ - me provision ot psycnotherap- surgery was a caller on friends I by Mrs. Robert Sowers, president. The April meeting will be held be encouraged and given all pus- program embraces counsehng in . . ] -- ~ ~1~ here on Friday. He is convalesc- [ Mrs. Clarence Smallwood conduct at the home of Miss Margaret sibe assistance in this project, social and behavior problems also [ eutm .drugs for resxdents of the [ 1 ! ~=L : : -= : [ ing favorably and has spent sev-,ed the devotions using the article Ware, Charles Town with Mrs. C. Mrs. Clarence Smallwood ac- I dicsussion on honesty, social I county who are unable to pay for [ [[ l ~~- : : - ] graces, dating, smoking, and many I them is in only one of the many ] 1 l~ ---- - := : I~ era| days with his sister in Great I "I Believe". Mrs. C. D. Buyer who D. Buyer, lesson leader, cpmpar[i'ed her brother-in-law.and ] other related subjects. I services rendered for local citi- [ [[ I~ ~ ~ ~ =~" I Cacapon. He wishes to thank [was lesson leader was unable to Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson s~s~r, Mr: ann Mrs rlomer l~eesI Mrs. Shock assists students in |zeus. Approximately 75 per cent [ 1 Bpn~. ; RELIABLE ~l those who remembered him by/be present. The hymn Above returned to their home here after ot ~erraras~own to ttOClmam, .~.: ] acquainting them with available I of fund drive donations are kept [ IB [ ~11~~ ~t~a,~.p I1 . remaining in the ~south since near ~mt!more ~unaay to v~mt ] career information which is help I in the county and used. in local / I[ [ ~l --m EI=FlClENT ~ ~ Thanksgiving Day where they me ~at~ers aaugnter, Mrs. TriO-I I Look for "-- I visited their relatives in Ashland, mas Wolford and family. ]ful to many young people. Test-I services. The other 25 per cent is ] [ ' ~ . II . . ing in abel ties and capabilities of|sent to State and Nation Associat [ [[ ~ d o'e llt A. I ~:~ v~.~ ~ . ~ 'Alabama and West Palm Beach, ~ individuals is also a segment ofl ion for Mental Health for educat-| l~ - ll~ ~~/l[ ~" 1 ,~[,~ ~1~[~~ ~l Florida. When weather permits - - - -- '- -: her work. lion and research toward progress] Ill II - : - il Mr.Mr. ThompsonBleven Thompson,and his willbr ther're- LIDIIbtl~/ll~ A ~V I1lt/I i,JM~l'lg At present there are three High I in the field of mental health. /,I I I--i ! ~l~'~/~l~~~'~~l) ~ll~I'~ I sume the duties as for on on the dl~R~l MVl]~; I~;;11] ~~~e./ ! l~~ ~,~ Does Your Wiring "~.~.w~e" I 340 Route Construction. ~ ~ . ~ [ . " d th d I . ~ ~/ ~l ,' - - ~ I Mrs Stomer Howell is having The Old Charles Town Library [ |R ~~d~h~[ll~pl ~~l~i the back porch of her dwelling has. reeeiveu, some newmystery ~votions. Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr [ ~:~fl~.~J~J~l~ --~ Care! M,^, a,e Po a n ShM k /gave a report of the first ten [ I(X. A I. m t tu enclosed. COOKS. Amazing rs v o,uuax, oy /years of the clubs work. ~ il-~hl ~,~" ~qP"'-tV " Mr and Mrs James Nichols Dorothy Gilman. Hallow en Party l-J ~ ] Roll call, minutes of the last l [ l Electrical Needs Jr. and grand daughter of Step- by Agatha Christie. Prin.ce Of AbOUt Appl~ |[]~L~|[~ ]meeting were read and approved |l ~[~il~'~-~l ~ ~ .~.['~-'~~.-kl'~''~" ~mmm ~ ~ h~,~ ai~- vs ~v~ ~ ~,~ n~, l~arKness, oy tsarnara Mlcnaels. :'~"~ ~'~ " Odds On Death, by Charles Drum ~]~ ~l ~]l/ ~ ~ ml Chpp ,their two children of ~-2=2~ ~~ ~ ~1~ Berryville, Va Mr. and Mrs. Cha- mona. wn]te,~oom, oy L. ~'. Day- Joseph P. Dorsey, general man the treasurers report was given. [ ~ .J'//~,=~."J~ ,~ V W,ma? ager of Moore & Dorsey, Inc of Several items of business were [ ~~~. va av-- u~ ~ rles McDonnough, their three "~'. . .~ . Berryville, spoke to the children brought before the club and dis- I f~ sons of Ranson were visitors over ~a~ss L~uise ~vetyn Walraven, in grades 1-8 at Powhatan School, cussed. Mrs. F. P. Owens gave the I Berkeley Plaza Shopping Center the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. a local author, has donated a copy in Boyce, last Wednesday March lesson on '~rhe Good Citizen I C Henry Clipp of her new oook Horses And 11 about the apple industry. Votes", which was very interest- ] Yesterday's circuits and outlets may MARTINSBURG, W. VA. "Rev Lee Williams Pastor of Horsemanship. Anyone interested - . " in the care and handling of A graduate of Episcopal High ing and informative. Next meet- I d ' AStmry umtea ~etno