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l0 Charles Town ‘. el a?! Bunny, sponsored 195 Town Junior Wo— will be in Charles April 12 and Sat~ . 113. He will stop off yr ADI‘il 11, to leave eS88, decorated cakes decorated and paint- fel‘t bunnies and easier for the Junior Women 1 items will be on $1. 12 and 13 at the grld Store on West Mas out free suckers to unm (Huff E E: — rmm ea o'c‘m'u‘ m A!" fl. It to Square ' . I Electric All, copper. Siding in . ds , Clean Ceramic M u Shingles " Aluminum . ’Standard , Furnace thru Friday 9.P.M. QUALITY HOME BUILDERS CHERs JEFFERSON TOOL 00. Route 340 - East of Charles Town r HAS THE EQUIPMENT TO Sharpen And Repair Your WN MOWERS NOT HAVE THIS WORK DONE NOW Before The Busy Season Begins “Shenandale” ‘ c. a, 5% Eli] :r—p—[EL1== c IA" color‘in bath ‘ ‘ ;f~ BUILT—NOT PRE-FAB—NOT FEE-CUT ‘— — — - -— sEND F0! are: Nuco CATALOG room In. Marlinaburg, W. Va. 25401 THER DESIGNS FROM wrucu 'I'O cno‘oss, can SPLIT LEVEL, ROM $11,985.00. “qu-W children accompanied by their parents. Parents may also have colored pictures taken of their children with the Easter Bunny. The Junior;“Women will be on hand to take these colored pic- tures for $1.00. Another special feature will be a jar filled with jelly beans. For a small fee a guess on the num- ber of jelly beans in the jar can be made with a priZe to the per- son who guesses correctly or the closest. Anyone interested in ordering dyed easter eggs may do so by calling any Junior Woman’s Club member. Among these dyed eggs will be several “prize” eggs. The lucky persos to have a “prize” egg in their purchase will receive a gift. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT Dial 725-2369 Charles Town, W. Va. Mar. 21-41:- . row to uovr mro “gm w-L . ,..... a. “emit. .4 ” incur-mm a nitrite“ ‘ ["1" Nil IT: 9'! WW ! The MICO SHENANDALE Complete On Your Lot ' ' $17,935 0 Foundation Walls .Pargeted and Coated p with 2 coat applicatidn of water repellent solution, .004 Mill Polyethelene applied to last coat ,0 Windows and Doors Choice Selection 0 Health Department Ap- proved Septic System Installed Complete 0 Water System Installed Complete (Note) ‘Cistem Under Garage 0 Stainless Steel or Equal Sink 0 Choice Selection of Light Fixtures Mw—aStarlite—Progress l 0 Baked on White Enamel Gutters and Down l Spouts l O Excavation bject to maximum owed In contract 0 The Above Floor Can Be Revised At No Additional Cost 0 4’ 0” x 6' 0” Brick Fireplace Local Builder, Local Service, Visit Mico Model Home Next To Corningr " Glass, Martinsburg, W. Va. Phone 267-8927 0 MARTIN$b~nv WEST VIRGINIA - — — — — ——---——————4 Over 300 Girl Scouts. Parents Attended Juliette l Lwe Tea Held Sunday To Celebrate Girl Scout Week Over 300 Girl Scouts, their par— ents, and friends of GirlfScouting of the Charles Town an Harpers Ferry sections attended the J ulie- , tte Lowe tea held Sunday, March 17, in the Charles Town Junior High School auditorium as a part of the local observance of Girl Scout week. And the above pic- ture shows some of the parents and girls Scouts, who planned help direct the tea. They are (left to right) - Penny Propps, Diane Singhas, Mrs. Andrew Gue- rin, Mrs. Emory Kable, Debby Coffin, Mrs. William Kline and Joyce Vickers. 1 Each of the nine troops of the neighborhood took part. After the opening Flag Ceremony Troop 412, with Mrs. Irvin Propps and Mrs. Roger Herman as lead- ers, set the 'tone of the program i, Horn and Mrs. Elmer Davidson, the refreshments. by presenting a skit entitled “Brotherhood,” a numerous song entitled “There Was an Old Lady” l gave a delightful Japanese Tea gave the final total for the Girl was sung by Troop 416 whose leaders are Mrs. Walter South April 5 New Date Set By Voters League For Postponed Meeting The meeting of the League of Women Voters scheduled for Feb- ruary 29, to hear Mr. John Skin- ner on the subject of Election $3.00 Per Week SOPERIANE I SALES CORPORATION EAST WASHINGTON STREET DIAL 725-7087 It makes sense to “Package” your home Insurance Our Homeowners Policy al- lows you to combine your fire, theft and personal lia- bility coverages into one broad, economical policy with these important advan- tages: substantial savings . . . packaged convenience . . . tailored protection. You can buy it on our easy Premium Payment Plan which allows you to spread the payments over a period of months. Call us for details. Laws and Procedures, has been CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. and Mrs. William Hitt. Mrs. Gar- net Morison and Mrs. James Sen~ sensey are leaders of Troop 4181 which danced the Mexican Hat Dance and sang “Tingo Layo” and the Brownie Smile Song. Mrs. Millard Aubey‘s Troop 436 sang two French song and gave the Brownie Promise as it is said in six countries. These are all Brown ie Troop. Three Junior troops also partici pated. Troop 415, whose leaders are Mrs. Frank Smith, and Mrs. Jerry Bast, showed what they have done as patrols going to the Rest Home, selling cookies, doing the Sewing Badge and ended with Ea large birthday cake with fifty lsix candles to celebrate Girl ‘ Scout Birthday. Troop with Mrs. Robert Jr. as leaders, and Mrs. Archie iFranzen’s Cadettes of Troop 427 Ceremony. The girls were attired in beauti lreascheduled for April 5 at 7:45 i P. M. at the Civic Center Auditor ium in Charles Town. It is hoped that prospective poll workers and all who have to do with the man- agement of the polls will attend and join in this discussion. The general public is invited as well. The League also makes advance announcement at this time of a Candidates’ Night meeting to be held April at the Civic Center lat 8:00 P. M. This is a non-parti- lsan meeting, and all candidates of both parties have been invited to attend. Candidates for major offices, such as County Court, ‘Delegate, and State Senator, as well as the nonpartisan candi- dates for the School Board, have been asked to speak briefly. Can- didates who are running unoppos- ed or running for minor officem will be introduced, but in the interest of time, will not be re- quested to speak. , 5 There will be a coffee hour after the meeting, at which time voters may talk informally with all candidates. _..._......__.._._.. FARM NEWS By J. E. SAVILLE County Extension Agent LAWN ROLLING Rolling the lawn is an overated practice which may result in dam age. Spring rains generally firm grass roots and crowns sufficient- 1y. If the home owner feels that the lawn should be rolled, a light weight roller is suggested. Lawns should be rolled only once in early spring after danger of freez ing is past. FERTILIZING LAWNS Now is the time to feed the lawn that extra plant food if you plan to give it a feeding. Eight to ten pounds of 10—20-10 or 10-10-10 fertilizer per one thou sand square feet of lawn will give the lawn grasses a good boost. SHARPEN TOOLS Is the lawn mover and other garden tools ready for the spring and summer season. Sharp tools will make the spring work easier and more pleasant. It’s also time to have the lawn mower checked and ready to go. NITROGEN AND GRASSES Top dressing pastures and bay grasses with nitrogen is one way of increasing yield of grasses and getting earlier pastures. This is a parbcice that has given very pleasing and profitable re sults. Donald Phillips, Grantham Brothers, Lyle Tabb and Stanley Dunn, Jr. are among the numer- ous farmers that haVe used this with good results. ‘ If you are considering this prac tice, now is the time to act. Sixty to one hundred pounds of actual nitrogen per acre is suggested. BULL AND HEIFER SALE April 5th 1:30 p. m. Perfor- mance Tested Sale at Reyman Memorial Farms, Wardensville, W. Va. ful kimonos. “A Wish Come True” was the skit given by Troop 449 whose leaders are Mrs. James Tabb and Mrs. Stanley Oliver. As a young girl, Juliette Low had wished that she could , leave a work of art that would be remembered for all times. She did leave a work of art - Girl Scouts. In her memory Girl lScouts give to the World Friend ship Fund. Senior Scouts of Troop 427 were Mistresses of Ceremony, Cad ebte Troop 445, Mrs. David Mer- chant and Mrs. Charles Upright leaders, were hostesses for the tea. The Charles Town Senior Woman’s Club assisted them with Mr. Garnet Morison, who was lcaptain of the Business Solicitors Scout Fund Drive which was slightly over $1,200. Dr. Glenn Hoffman's Book On Fisheries Wins "International Award The award, a certificate for the most outstanding publication in fisheries ecology and' manage- ment published in the English language in 1967, was presented to Dr. Glenn Hoffman by the Ex ecutive Secretary, Dr. Fred Even- den of the Wildlife Society, at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the North American Wildlife and Nut uta-l Resources Conference. The meeting was held at the Sham— rock - Hilton Hotel in Houston, Texas, March 11-13. At the same meeting, Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall was presented with the highest conservation award, the Aldo Leopold Medal. Secretary Udall was commended for his outstanding work in the preservation of natural resources, including wildlife. Dr. Hoffman’s book. “The Par- asnes of North America Fresh- water Fishes” was published by the University of California Press in 1967 and consists of 486 pages. The author’s wife, Carolyn, pre. pared most of the illustrat- ions. The book, which is being used by fisheries scientists in colleges and governmental and state labs, is intended to aid the worker in the identification of the more than 1,000 parasites of freshwater fishes of North Ame- rica. Many foreign scientists are using the book in comparing the fish parasites on their continents with those of North America. It has been reviewed by scientific journals in the United States, Canada, England, France, Italy, Germany, Czechoslovakia? and Russia. Mrs. George Morrow Guest Lecturer for Shenandoah Garden Club Flower lovers of the Charles Town area were entertained by Mrs. George Morrow Wednesday, March 13, by an‘ enchanting exhit— it of flower arranging. Mrs. Mor- row stressed space, color and texture in her creations. The love 1y and unique containers, all croa ted from fire clay and brick clay by Mrs. Morrow, added the mash ers touch to already lovely ar~ rangements. Following the lecture, a tea was served by the hostesses, Mrs. William Grove and Mrs. Louise Leonard. Everyone had a chance to have a closer look at the ar- rangements. Mrs. Morrow was guest lecturer at the Shenandoah Garden Club as they held their monthly meet tug at the Charles Town Civic Center. Proceeding the lecture, a short business meeting was called to order by Mrs. Heidrich, club president, who announced that there will be a Spring Flower show in Shepherdst‘own, April 27 28. It was also announced that the club will sponsor Bill Keyser as their camper to Camp Caesar. Mrs. Leonard announced that the club will hold their annual dance on June 15 at the Charles Town Race Track. Next month, the meeting will be at the home of Mrs. James Senseney with Mrs. Oral Jonson lecturing on the art of Japanese Flower Arrangements. Of 3131 Judicial Circuit Seaman Charles Pomeroy Completes Training At Great Lakes, III. (G0075) Great Lakes, Ill. (FH TNC) March 8 - Seaman Appren- tice Charles M. Pomeroy, USN, 18 son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Pomeroy of Rte. 2, Hampers Ferry has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes. ' In the first weeks of his naval service he studied military sub- jects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. Young Outlook Home Demonstration Club Meets With Mrs. Keller The Young Outlook Home Dem on-stration Club met at the home of Mrs. Robert Keiter in Leebown with eight members present. Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood, presi- dent, presided and after the open ing business Mrs. Smallwood gave additions to the reading list, year books and committee recommen dations. She also announced that a clothing school would be held on March and a course on government at Shepherd College. All members were urged to take Personal Development pro- jects and ers. Smallwood said instructions would be ordered. It was also asked that all members bring any books they have at home on the purposeful reading list to the next meeting. Following adjournment of the meeting, Mrs. Keiter served cake, nuts and punch. Robert Longerbeam Accidentally Shoots Himself In Left Foot Robert Longerbeam, 48, of Har- pers Ferry, is a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital, being treated for a bullet wound in the left foot which was acci- dentally self~inflicted. Charles Town State Trooper Dave Williams said the accident occurred Tuesday March 19. at 4:30 at the Lon-genbeam home on the Hostler Road. The wound was inflicted by a .22 caliber rifle which was accidentally discharged by Longerbeam himself.- Atly. Kenneth Mel: , Tells County Democrats The Jefferson County Demo- cratic Association held its month- ly meeting Tuesday, March .19, at the Men‘s Club building in Shepherdstorwn, with 40 persons in attendance and speaker for the meeting was Charles Town Attor- ney Kenneth Metz, Democratic Candidate for the newly created 31st Judicial Circuit judgeship. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA TRAVELERS SERVICE, INC, A CORPORATION. Plaintiff, r v. CIVIL ACTION N0. 1089 ALEXANDER HAISSAN AND SYLVIA S. HASSAN, his wife, Defendants. The object of the above entit- led action is to secure a money judgment against Alexander Has- san and Sylvia S. Hassan and to subject to the payment of said judgment certain real estate own ed by them in Charles Town District of Jefferson County, West Virginia, containing 78.76 acres more or less andbeing the same conveyed to, Alexander Has- san by Jacob H. Dutrmv, 3 1d, at al by deed dated the 7th day of June, 1961, of record in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Vir- ginia, in Deed Book No. 247 page 277, to which deed reference is .hereby made for a particular de- scription hereof. . Ilt appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Alexander Has- san and Sylvia S. Hassan, are non 'residents of the State of West Virginia; and that each of them can obtain a copy of said com- plaint from Clarence E. Martin, Jr.. plaintiff’s attorney, at his office located at 119 8. College Street, Martinsburg, West Vir- ginla; It is ordered that each of them doappear and serve upon Clan ence E. Martin, Jr., plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 119 S. College Street, Martinsburg, West Virginia, an answer of defense to the complaint filed in this action, on or before April 15, 1968, otherwise judgment by de- fault will be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her‘ office located in Charles Town. Jefferson County, West Virginia. Entered by the Clerk of said Court, March 8, 1968. Teste: r MARY L. RIGGLEMAN ' Clerk of said Court L March‘- ‘ 14~3-t. J THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1968 made on the “Candidate Night" supper to be held April 17, at the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER’S ADVOCATE B——7 Amtorrney Metz spoke to the group Charles Town Race Course by the on the new Judicial Circuit which Democratic Association, was given includes Berkeley, Jefferson and by General Chairman William W. Morgan counties. (Bill) Whittington. He reported A report on the progress being tickets are on sale for the affair READ THE CLASSIFIEin’f ANNOUNCEMENT EFFECTIVE AS OF APRIL 1, 1968 i’ wesr on our - In Charles Town, w. Va. Will Be Personally Managed And Operated By -—- HARRY ASHCRAFT I Will Appreciate Your Continued Patronage. HARRY ASHCRAFI ADMINISTRATRIXSALF As Administratrix of the late Miss A. Virginia Mock’s Estate, I will sell at public sale Antique and Modern Furniture. Lo- cated at 600 West Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va. on: SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1968 SALE BEGINNING AT 10 O’CLOCK SHARP ANTIQUES Marble top dresser; Mantel clocks; 2 bu. of old whiskey bottles; old papers; old sofa; picture and picture frames; some books; trunks; chests; towel racks; several stands; chambers; 2 old stools; 1 Adam chair; walnut extension table; China and glass ware; marble top sideboard with mirror; 2 canesters; large meat platter; Iron stone china; brass kettle; copper laddel. MODERN FURNITURE Large oak wardrobe; Singer sewing machine; dresser and mirror; bed clothIng; bed pillows; oil heater; oak dressers and wash stand; porch swing; Heatrola; lawn chairs; book case and books; 2 oil heaters; Sylvania portable television; M0rris chairs; library table; straight back and rocking chairs, some good ones; oak desk; cupboard; some China; kitchen utensils), pots an: pans; kitchen table; stools; water hoes; some tools; step ladderi suite cases; doublebrass bed; metal bed, complete; iron bed, complete; single bed; blankets, spreads and some linen; elec. stuff Bissel carpet sweeper; elec. lights; Frigadier refrigerator, A-l shape; 4-hole gas range, Al'l shape; 20~gal. gas hot water heater; lots of, other articles you would find around old home. Terms-Cash on day of sale. Nothing removed until settled for. Mrs. Mildred L. McCormick ADMINISTRATRIX PAUL MILLER . CLAY THARPE, Auctioneers MOORE - RICKEL, Clerks , Lunch Served by the Ladies’ Auxiliary Citizen’s Fire Co. Mar. 21-2t- Q ~ Checkerb oard News fro mg, PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 725-2002 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. RAISE { BIGGER, BETTER GALVES the PURINA WAY The record of Purina’e Calf Feeding Program is written at the Purina. Research Farm. 0f over calves bom~all raised the Purina Way-Jess than 1% have failed to grow to maturity. And did they grow! FOUR MONTH OLD CALVES grown on Purina Nursing Chow and Purina Calf Startena are far bigger, ‘growthier than average. The Purina Farm average of 320 lbs. for Holstein: is 4.8 lbs. heavier than the normal breed average. At lbs., Guernsey calves 4 months old are 8 lbs. heavier. Purina Farm-raised calves have the solid frame and development needed to grow into heifers that may be bred early to freshen months ahead of average and—~produee lots of milk over a long milkm' ’ g life. Next time you start calves, try the Purina Way. Order Purina Nursing Chow and Purina Calf Startena—— . . palatable, powervpacked . products—at our store. LOW cosr PRODUCTION... Q the reason why more farmers feed ‘PURINA emanated nodmrmwahienflwim