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Thomas Tumblin Honor Graduate alld tmlM~ , burnable Guidance Course It. Tumblin, Route 1, charles was named honor graduate Pershing missile guidance and control repair course at the U. S. Army Missile and MunRions Center and School at Redstone Arsenal, Ah. During 4he 31-week course, he learned t5 operate, test and repair the missile in addition to becom- ing familarized with the guidance and control assemblies of the Per shing and its associated test equi pment. The 20-year-old soldier is a 1968 graduate of Charles Town High School. P0wB (Tiller For Rent) FERTILIZERS -- INSECTICIDES those who judged the work pro. ~: :. lected President ~f the President's Club and Mrs. Sam Skinner, mem- ber of the Shephelxlstown Club, was elected Treasurer. Mrs. Rus- sell White of Shepherdstown Chrb was. Chairman of the no~nri- naming Committee. Delegates from the Charles Town Club were: (Left to right)-- Mrs. Richard Adams, Mrs. O. S. Bloom, Mrs. Sterling Tenney, Mrs. Canl Benton, Mrs. H. H. Hunter. Rev Ramkey Speaks To Lawson Botts UDC Chapter, March Meeting The Lawson-Botts Chapter of the U, D. C. held the March meet ink at the home of Mrs. A. E. I Beeg on Tuesday March 10th at The many and varied commtm- ing, Art, Public Edtw.atkm and bet at ~he conver~tkm, Mrs: Frank 2 p: m. There were nine members ity betterment projects which the Literacy, Cancer Second Place ~ L. Bu~hong, who is 91 years present and the Reverend Mr. Charles Town Senior Woman's Medium Club Category, Pollution, young and very active in club William Ramkey of the Presbyter Club completed Last year not only Control, Leadership Development, work. She attends all meetings tan Church was the speaker. impressed the people offlefferson Scholarship a~d Student Aid, both state and local. She was. The ritual of the society was County with the volunteer hours Special Press and Publicity, Hon- recognized for her tremendous recited and pledge to the flags of service rendered, but also orable Mention, Received a Ci~t- interest and friendship by the were recited. The president Mrs. ion ,in the Pressbook Con e~t, Us- S~te Federativn President, Mrs. :Puster read a letter from Mrs. jects competition and decided the w~mers of same in the same Federation of Women s Club. i Once again the Charles~rl, Town Club brought back a host of a- ALSO, SEE OUR SPRING LINE OF ward . Silo rwi t-Wi liams Pair t ]engesThe loCaldtmingClUbthemetpastmanYyear thai-and exerted many hours of effort on the numerous projects which brought them ho~on and reward effi r ;on Harqiware Co Inc at the stateeonventien. The above delegates received 217 W. Washington St. Dial 725-2245 these awards for their important role in the Follow ng: C tizen- 5 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ship; Law Observane and Crkne Prevention, Family IAvin g SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE TIIURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1970 IIIIII II III "ONLY 20 DAYS LEFT" III I II I lll M B--.7 The yearly tax changes BOTH hold no mystery for our FEDERAL Tax detectives Our ser- vice is fast, accurate and AND dependable . . . the cost STATE is low. Save yourself need- less time and worry. See BLOCK today. ~ GUARANTEE preparation of every tax return. If HI at cost you any permlty or interest, ~rest. - - . ( r ~ ing The Spirit of $effer~on Mast. George Holyman. Mrs. Bushong Harry J. Birt the president Gem head ~m all elippL~gs, Beautffi- was accompanied by her son, eral of the U. D .C. asking the cations and Gardens, La~d and Attorney Lee Busho~g of Charles help of members in carrying o(at ~. Wa~r Resources, A Blaque for Town. I the years objectives. Work in Cancer Control, Citation The club had .the honor of hav- .~ ~. . :. America's Larsest Tax $o~vlce wHh Over 4000 Offic~ of Achievement for ,their work ing t~e only High School Senior's I ~.r. ~amgey gave a most rater entry in the Creative Poetry esung talk on me tact mat we ------- in The Community Improvement Contest, G. Lyle aoffma~, Jr are all history mind.ed from past FREDERICK, MD. I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I BERRYVILL~ VA~ Provemen~ Program from ,Mrs. Tom Char . "l events an~ mat me Knowleoge at , f les Town ~Igh School : 313 S. Jefferson [ ~01 W. Washington [ 1G East Main Walter Magee, General Federat- Both Mr Hoffmvaa ~na ~i~ pvi~ ~ past mstory snoum netp us to uve ' ion President, and The Sears- cinal, Ma" Jack Fiemi -'w gefuture history today. The host-i w~'~"5 ;[ m: - Phone 72u:SOSl Roebuck Foundation, and the "m~ed ,to the club m~'eting in esses Mrs. Virginia Metz .and - II I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I1~1 club received the H~nor Clt~b April and presented ~i~ts a token Mrs. ~egg servea rezreshments !, -, Award. A $2OO.00 cash award far ~ ~t~t:t~iu~f:ptrhog~AOc~fer~o~! m m thrLd,place in ~he Shell Oil ~| ~ ~~~ n Scholarship contest was wan by the club for the third year. Along w~h receiving awards THE ONLY WAY T0 SEE FOR YOURSELF THE SUPERIOPdT~ A~. other distinctio~a the club the delegates were very busy with received during the co~venfd~n hoste~(es duties for Eastern Di's- :, ture, Drama and Creative Writ- was ~having the oldest club mere- @ ~the death of Dr. M. G. H(xffman, we will sell the located on. Rou~e 11, 1 mile~ South of Blinker Hill, ~d 1 miles North of W. Va. and Va. line. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1970 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. 30 tractor; Case 400 ractor wRh Eagle hitch and boom with rmw hydra~c." system; Case 400 tractm" e ~itch; Oliver ~actor wi~h 2 sets cul~vators; Massey corn picker; Gehl cam choq~pers with corn head and ; Ford hay ba~er; 32' Case elevator w~.h 7' ~nl~tdi~g McCarm~ck-Dee~i~ 13-7 gradn drill an rubber; M. hog; 20l~ve 3-bottom plows with 3-pt. ~itch and Ford cultivator; Ferguson tractor cu~'vator; BriUan ~; M. M. p~ck-up disc, 3.pL hitch; M. M. mowing M. side delivery rake; Cunninglmm ~ay condR- FRUIT AN[kNUT.IEGG PURPLE FOIL EASTER BASKET , $1.50 CHOCOLATE CREAM EGG 75 blower with 40' of pipe; Oliver corn p~; blade hitch; double action cylinder w~h hose; Chevrolet ~uck spray outfR; 2 gasoline engines; McCLflloug~ Home,re chain saw; silage unloader; Superior grain plo~s; Skil saw; 5 electric ~n~ors; 2~-H.P. $tra~ gaso ~l~ne motor; 2 electric d -il~s; 13,000 5"x8" sl~ipping bags; 2 sump pumps; pump jack; cherry ; " pipe; barbed w~re; wo<~d and steel pasts; a~d old motor parts; clami~s; socket sets; mnal~ oil drum and puntp; grease ,pump; cow tags; ear tags or calves; Chevrolet ~xuck (junk); radio equipment; fence charger; V snow plow; drams; adages; corn crusher; wa er troughs (metaD; metal several radiators; several tons junk; wheels and othex DIAL 725-2621 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "The Family Drug Store" BALED HAY. For Accidents. Lunch Rights Reserved. EDWARD "Ned" MORROW W. GAIN HOFFMAN FARMS, INC. health, Z, un d, the oILawmg ard Stree W. Va ca: FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1970 10:30 A. M. ANTIQUE & MISC. ITEMS SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1970 " 10:30 A. M. SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF Little or no money down Credit Terms # 230 W. Wa,'ddngton St. Charles Town, W. Va. stands; machine; z sswam. aeenm 75 years many Nothing to te removed uatU settled All Work & Merchandise Guaranteed Phone 725-7411 Store Hrs. Daily--- 9:00 to 5:00 -- Friday - 9:00 to 9:00 Remember - If You Don't Know Your Watches, Know Your Jeweler -- trict who was co-hostess wRh South-Western District. Some OF the many duties were: Working with Regristeration, Door Prizes, Pages and Mrs. Sterling Tenne~. served as an ~d to Mr~ Carroll E. Miller, ti"fird vice-president OF the General Federation and ~Mrs. O. S. Bloom, served as a page for the state president through one session. West Virgir~ia Federation nosy has 186 clubs with 16,000 mem- bers and a record breaking crowd of 702 members attend~l the 64th Convention including 103 Chub Presidents. Mrs. Harry L. F, indley of Charleston was ensta~led pres- ident for the next two year term and Mrs. A. M. Pittinger of the She~herd, stow~ Woman,s Club was enstal:led President vf East- ern District for a two year term. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, President of the Charles Town Club w~s e- ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No. EDA 03-1-00448 City of Charles Town - Owner Sealed bids for construction of approximately 10,000 L. F. of 6" Sewer, 39,710 L. F: of 8" sewer, 3,924 L F. of 10" Sewer and 800, 000 GPD extended Aeration Sew- age Treatment Plant. Bids will be.received by the City of Charles Town, in the Circuit Court Room of the Jefferson County Court House in Charles Town, West Vir ginia, until 7:30 o'clock P. M. EST, on April 9, 1970, and then at said office publically opened and read aloud. The work at Charles Town will be under two (2) contracts. Sep- arate proposals will be received and separate awards will be made. Contract 1 provides for the con- struction of the sewer lines, man- holes, and lift station. Proposals under Contract I are solicited on the basis of unit costs as set ~ forth in the Proposal Form. Con- tract II provides for the construct ion of control building and extend i ed aeration sewage treatment !plant. Proposals under Contract II are solicited on the basis of a lump sum contract as set forth in the Proposal Form. See sep- arate Notice for Project in Ranson West Virginia. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of Contracts, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bonds, Performance and Payment Bonds, and other cow tract documents may be examined at the following: City Hall, Charles Town, West Virginia. Dodge Reports, Charleston, West Virginia. Kelley, Gidley, Staub & Blair, Inc Goff Bldg Lewisburg, W. Vacopies may be obtained at the office of Kelley, Gidley, Staub & Blair, Inc located at Goff Build- ing, P. O. Box 431, Lewisburg, West V~L, upon payment of $10.00 per set for Contract No. 1, $10.00 per set for Contract No. II. These payments are to cover-printing, postage and handling and are not refundable. The Owner reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security in the amount, form and subject to the condit- ions provided in the Information to Bidders. :Attention of bidders is particu- larly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage ratesto be paid under the con- tract. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 90 days after the act- ual date of the opening thereof. (Signed) Dr. D. C. Masters Mayor City of Charles Town OF THESE CARS IS TO COME TO -- AND TEST DRIVE ONE Maybe Today Is Your Day To Trade Up To A Better Car. I III I I II I I IIII [ I1[ A girl's kisses usually leaves something to be desired . the rest of her. [[I I [ I [H I [ I [ [[[[ 1967 Dodge 2-Door Hardtop (Fully Equipped) $1595 1967 Ford Falcon 4.Door, V-8 1095 1966 Oldsmobile Convertible (Fully Equipped) 1295 1965 Plymouth Super Sport 2-Door Hardtop 1195 1965 Chevy Super Sport 2-Door, 327, Auto 1195 1965 Chevy Super Sport, 283, Auto 1195 1965 Chevy Imp a, 2-Door Hardtop, Auto 1195 1965 Oldsmobile 2-Door Hardtop :':; 1095 1965 Ford Fairlane, Auto ' 995 1963 Ford Convertible 595 1962 Ford Convertible 495 1965 Ford LTD 4*Dr. Hardtop (Fully Equipped), Air . 995 1965 Mercury Comet 4-Door, Auto 595 1965 Ford Galaxie 500, 4-Door S tion Wagon 1095 1965 Jeep 4.Door Station Wagon 795 II I II II II . 1965 Chevelle Malibu Super Sport 327 $1695 (With 4-Sp ) 1965 Mercury Cyclone 2.Door Hardtop $1095 (With 4-Speed) 1964 Chevrolet Super Sport 2-Door Hardtop 327 $1095 (With 4-Speed) 1964 Falcon Sprint, (4-Speed) $795 1964 Chevrolet Convertible 327 (3-Speed) 1963 Chevrolet Convertible 283, (4,Speed) $1095 $895 $495 1963 Falcon Futura, V-8, (4-Speed) SPECIALS THROUGH FRIDAY 1965 Jeep 4-Door Station Wagon with Stick Shift $695 1965 GMC Half-Ton Camper $1095 1965 Ford, Custom Cab W-Ton, V-8 $1095 (With Straight Stick & Ove zhSve) 1965 Ford, Custom Cab 3/4-Ton, V-8 $1095 (With Straight Stick) The baby-faced, brown-eyed girl telephoned her mother to let her know she would be late again for dinner. She said she had made a mistake the night before and the boss wanted her to do it again. III IIIII I II II II IIIIIII IIII [[ [ (Over 20 Year's Experience At Selling & Financing Cars) You Won't Be Sorry, Believe Us! OPEN 9 A. M. TILL 8 P. K (Your BankAmericard & Master Charge Card Welcome Here) Your Friendly And Thankful Deal --"Where Quality And Prices Meet" Call 267-8649 -- Wilson Street 267 649 - Clerks MARTINSBURG, W. VA. H. W. HAYSLETP, Attorney.ln-l ct ROBERT R. HAYSLETr For On R rvM