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, ....... ' 'J ' - Thomas Lake Yr. and children of SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r~au~vats wm ,u T ,rT, razrmr n Brunswick, Md. on Sunda~ after 4--A THURSDAY, MARCH ] v.. v=,-=*-== - ,.,A. [ noon .... = Roberta Lynn Longerbeam, WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER K h !] L I T 0 W ~. r~TTT~ . i young daughter of Mr. and Mrs; . • from Mr~ I --- l~.l .1.11]Pa -- ,wmam Longeroeam ann 'roua 5ydnor tewls Class Has i In memory of Mrs. .__-- TOWN. w. VA. By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 ...... Allen Web.b, you l~g ,son of Mr. ~ n . * ~Iasses-" [E.lShirlevTal~b.fr°m Mr. and] I fl T Ill ! anu ~,rs. mcnara wet)o was cnr,s rresuyverian , BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING [, 1 ~ y l ~ ] | [tened at the Millville Methodist I In memory of Mr. FOR R=ACHI~-G--~'HE CURING POWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL Storag Season Ends . receiving the worse of the bar- Church on Sunday morning by B .... __. ¢... ¢" ._j_. l es, Rehoboth Beach, lUaROUNDING AREAS FOR MORE THAN ~6 YEARS. Monday saw the approaching gain. the pastor Rev. McC!ay. Those l'lll~l'dlll I-U[ ~)UllUd~ [Mr. and Mrs. A. B. C~ Announcement has been madelxx,z.. .... ~....~. a~,~, , ---- --- end of the past season s storage Mrs. Lewis Carroll Sr. of Rip- 'NEW COMPETITOR' that was recewea into me cnurcn ] In memory of Mrs. Thursday, March 30, 1961 ]of apples in the local cold stor- pun will entertain the local WSCS Ph~rl,~¢ TA.:n w V ~ [memoersmp was terry. Jonnson, Ithat the Sydnor-Lewis Bible Class lp"~'~"~°,~:¢"~,"~ti'~b'~'l -- - ___ age plant owned and operated by at he~ home on Wednesday night "-'"---~ -~.:'--- :" .... [son ot an(/ lnrs; ~aipn J onn- iwil1 be in charge of devotionals ] .'..'~" aK"~'..:~r "~,'.~'~.~-¢ --'-- ]Marcus Bros. Over 1,300 bushels April 5 at 7:30 ...... marcn z i, 1v~1 [ son anu uyntnia ano ~erald ~ain ........... a lvir max urown, ~altor es, CHildren o~ mr and Mrs ~er and provide the speaker for the[tin~hur~z " .,.~u,.= ~[~ ~[~T~(T (T~V ~V~ T~|D [were sold on this day to distant i Correction: The recent report • [ . • • - . lUL ~nn~un-~u ~n~nnn =-~n.uu ~n. buyers. At the beginning of the 'concerning the catching of a 3 lb. Spirit-Advocate[ald Haines. , meeting of adult Bible Classes [ "-:Y~'-°" _ _. . [ storage season last fall there were ~ 12¼ oz~ black bass by Mr. Homer Charles Town, W. Va. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles D Angelo]TownSundayPresbyterianm°rning at Church.the CharleSsun.[ | oonnson" in memorYzrom ot.~ssiVirs~,,~,;: Now upon the first day of the week, very early m the approximately 45,000 bushels in i Newc0mb should have been re- Dear Max:- [Miss Judy D'Angelo and Wayne day School students will assemble[..m memory o~ ~rs.r morning, they came unto the sepulchre, bringing the spices i the plant. This local operation is~ported as that of his fifteen year We notice we have .a new cure-]spent Saturday in nagerstown, Church promptly at ten o'elock[ from officers-"a +~a~' which they had prepared, and certain others with them. managed by T. C. Marcus of Ran- old son James who actually cam pemor in me pop t)uslness. I Md. in the main auditorium of the/meronym~s,'"?~--'~ 7oral° ,~ Any they found the stone rolled away from the sepulchre. Is on. _ .... [ghtthe.fish. SorryJ.immy.. i The C o_un_ty .jail.._ . [ ~ and after the opening exercises| ~. l)ept. ~apust t:nu~ a.,n ~ho., o.,~,~.,~a ;n o.,a ¢.,..,~ .,.~ ~h. h.H..q the Lord i worsnip ~erv~ce ~unaay I miss ~aary oane l~iuow ot near ! rot some ume me pmsoners I ~ will go to their respective class[ aria lvirs. ~naries ~. "*"" ~''-' "" ....... ' " .................... J ~* -- ........... ~ '~---'^- ~" ......... • ~-'~--- -i0~-" ! have been bu,,in- -uite a lot of I _ " sis , l~egular worsmp ~ervme WUl ,~.a,~w ~uw, ~vv,t r~u~, s,,~ ! ~ ~ -~ ~ ~m m=p ~m~p rooms. The adults will remain in] In memory oI wirs. ~ de ; ......... I be held by Rev S F Butcher with her aunt Mrs. Elsie Gray of pop from us. [ KI|II= KIH|I~ the sanctuary of the Church for[ ley, Cumberland, Md. ,o, na 1~ came ~o pass, as ney were much perplexeo ~,~ ~,,,a .... ,'~ :~ ~,,0~- ~,, ~Meadow Brnaka Farm I Recently we noticed the count.vl ~--~=- mu~vu= i s inin .... . ...... ..... ........... - ........... . . - . . - thereabout, behold, two men stood by them n h g " " "l e i - ]aft has put m a 10c pop vending • I fant and children Baptism wl 1 b [ The spr ng meeting of the Ka- ...... [ • n ~,-,~,.~ ~ = • ~ the regular Sunday morning les-[ 1t. 11, 1lamer. __.. son. Visitors are cordially invited[ ......... machine ann are senumg over to garments. I conducted and members will be I thryn Eye Zone will be held Fri- ~ IIVI~I|I|'I[ ~,fill~, and a warm welcome is assured / uercnanoise t ertinu And as they were afraid, and bowed down their faces tO ltaken into the church by profess-!day night, April 28 at 7:30 p. m. our station to have their money/ 1-1 a- llIJ lll a-l- ll all. [ Awarded to Nelson J the earth, they said unto them, Why seek ye the living i ion of Faith and by transfer, lEST. in the Oakland Methodist changed into dimes. ....I ............. / Tne pop business aoesn t t)rmg among the dead I The members of the 15cal M. Church. Miss Lillie Rockwell, sec. ......... [ U~D~i;;T ~DN~T Inmucn prollt outItbringsin Announce Recent Gifts [ v e $e, He is not here, but is risen: remember how he spake Y. F. gave a surprise birthday retary of Missionary Education re [ ivl~411aL1 HL|~i~|lI " The $50 merchandiS~ ......... ~ .... ~ ~,o~ i- -alilee I party Sunday night honoring Mrs. quests that reports be brought to some. - ...... [ cate offered b th -. .... ~, Iv- ..--- ........ ~ ...... ~ . " " as x wonaer wno is receiving me ~In .• n ~s o . -- -- ]ents Club of Charles To • " " he hands ~rank Hfli, one of the sponsors thin meeting NOT FILLED IN .... I[10spI~BI Mem0rla[ ]and [School, was awarded Fri~ Saying, The Son of man must be dehvered into t .... 1 ' " h "llin out proht on it Also If they are pay- .... of the orgamzatlon The affair she w~ 1 assist with t e fl g • The u tati " • rise • • • q o ons of The Blue Rid .... |to Nelson Jackson of e of sinful men, and be crucffmd, and the thwd day mg the tremendous soft drink trances to Charles Town need Pan4 ae Ail h4 nrlllm Hm,nm,¢ Fnru Fix in-Paint un campaign meet- s Blue head grade lambs 25:25;~'-~'~:~O=e',~v~'-~-~-~w''f~'~'~¢~'f-'~'~'~Th?nt°i°naltlyT°wnmensTn'eMrs.receiveddmonor:r; r:fgiftsGeneral~Viem°rialAuxiliarYD. STAR- LITFtoH.atheHospitalK n e numberMrs.FundoffundHattietheoftreasurer.hasaccordingoftheCharles[addit-re enClipp DELlcAT sAN/ nd [ ]]being]that] ville.3entSatit NicholsatWaSelubticketSstagedt~l~a G en e~alw~T ?le]alsowillandtObyannOuncedbetheStuckontheChatsaleSe]): 204 North George St. Charles Town, W PHONE 1134 § OPEN SUNDAYS 1O:00 A. M. Thurs.- Frl. -Sat. - Sun. - Spee Strictly Fresh All White l EGGS - - - - - doz. GOOD LUCK i OLEO - • • - - lb. FRESH has primary responsibility for the i~ HAM SALAD area At least three pumpers thus [grooming, particularly the trian-l~bll'~'! ~tMVIIV|IMI'| U| ||U|p~.~ |~||~ in~ to be held in (he-Hillearv red head grade lambs 18.00 to lb. will "be provided, gle on Route 9 South and RouteI ~ House Anril 27 " 22.00; red shoulder grade lambs J" " " " ; Officials of the local companies [340 .West. The triangle does not[ Harpers Ferry Enterprises is house the largest collection of Civ In discussing Charles Town 17.00; butcher ewes up to 8.00; ~ offered a reminder that the coin Ioelong.t° .me woman s, UlUO. It [looking for a name for their great Ill War artifacts ever assembled. Miss Saville said she thought re- stock ewes per head none; 8 S U B M A R I FI F S ty all.purpose emergency number prot)amy .oeiongs ~o the ~erry [new exhibit center and auditor- Rules of the contest are a few creational facilities could be ira- Good bmcner nogs 17.50 to 18.- .~ W H 0 L E S A L E R E T is 14 tan~iiy o.ut no one. wouto, ooject [ium now under construction on [and simple: proved by enl~irging the tennis 30; meoium outcner nogs 16.50 ~ BOLOGNA AND SALAMI STEAK They also offered explanations!to oeautmcauon, it was also sag IRoute 340 on an old battleground.' 1. Entries should be mailed to court in the park. Having a youth to 17.50; heavy pitcher Hogs 14.- l s and'gestea mat t)rooms oe sola to Hn " bit Contest" on at lth a su ervlsedooi, 00 to l~ au, outcner sows 1200 to regarding length of sirenng i-- _ .. " ~. . 1 One of the most exciting prizes I Name-The-Exhi " cen er w" P " P ..... " " . , .~.. ,'. , . POTATO SALAD - COLE SLAW - LUNCH ltl ttanson nave attractive plaques In a letter hag these thin s she xauu, neRvy ~eeaers ann Hgnt out ~ Your take-off delays, I . . . '., . . lever offered in this area will give [two-cent postcard or " .room. To e " g ,. " ............ Sliced A town alarm automatically [at their entrances wemomlng v~s-tthe lucky winner and a compan-]Only one entry per card or letter said that it would take money, cner Hogs l~oo to l~.au; .snoRts t one and a half ~tors inste~o ot a welcome trom nd as man cards ~me at,'d enthusmsm per nunorea zzuo aown, pigs per calls for a one o [ • . ...... lion an opportunity to witness the ] but you may se y t" " . ...... • , " , FRESH DAILY minute steady siren, they point many orgamzauons .mey woum Ikick-off of five years of Civil War land letters as you like. Your en- Mr. Ott praised Charles Town's i neau ~L~ .oown; neRvy t)oars out. A country alarm siren, with [ali.oe Hs~ea on one mgn. . ]commemorations. The winner will ]tries must be postmarked not la- churches, its four fine schools I 10.50 30 ~Lao; s~ags none; sows EVERYTHING READY TO GO FOI a rising and falling ~und, lasts] ~t was=jeit tna~ sa~et~ mgnslfly via National Airlines out of lter ttian midnight Saturday, April with qualified teachers and its l ann p~gs up to.58.00; stock boars half minutes werenee(lea ann alleyS ann Ience two to two and one " .I . .... iWashington to Charleston, South,1 and mailed to Harpers Ferry, fortunate location in being so I 11:50 to15.00. . . P I C N I C L U N C H E S The different types of sireningsl~OlWbs sa~SOldn~7 lc~a~lngn hi?[Carolina to see the exciting'Re-iT. Va. close to Shepherd College. He ..misceitaneous sales start 11:00 I~ ~MILK -- BREAD -- COLD 0 serve to properly brief volunteers i ..u P P "t Enactment of the Firing on Ft. I 2. In case of tie, the earliest said that if we had bowling alleys A. M.--Livestock sales 1:30 P. M. regarding the general type of as- 1 He areas. | Sumter." ] postmark and a brief statement and more youth organizations, ] each Monday. It'l~ ~-.~.#~.~,,-.,~¢,-.~:~:~, =~zr~':,~'.,~t~,¢,¢~.~.~.,~".~'J'~'.~,~._ ! signment ahead. Their durations ] Governor Barron will be invi. [ The all-expense trip for two of "Why I think this name should that our recreational facilities are necessary to give the men suf Ited to appear in Charles Town in Iwill also permit the winner to [be used" will be asked for. The would be improved. ] .... I l ficient opportunity to hear them. work, clothes. 'Mr. Clean' will see the mammoth pageantry of]judges decision will be final. All Mr. Merchant said that he a./ __ __ " i Asto speed of take-offs, accordlalso be asked to appear in Char-,,,The Charleston Story" the fol: entries become the property of greed with the other speakers a-] .,~,.,~~ ~.9~ ing to officials, some men and 'i les Town and Ranson. It was sag- [ lowing night. Harpers Ferry Enterprises and bout needed improvements. He ! l| ~ • • 1 1 ~ 1 1 equipment always leave as soontgested that bromsbe sold to fin-[ Harpers Ferry Enterprises now]none will be returned, i praised our industrial plants such Illi_ll|lll_ll E A $ T F R as p°ssible; but salvage units and ance the necessary expenses" It have under construction a large[i 3. Any resident, 12 years and asthe3M's, Powhatan Brass and Ill 0, SPECIAL' s I " buses wait until completion of was moved that the organizations[building measuring 40' x 110' on[older, within the reach of this Iron Works and other manufac- |~ | ~ | | || | sirenings in order to provide lat- [represented be asked tobUY[an old battle~round featurin~ at [media of communication is eligib [turing plants. He said that we R • i • • 1 I 1 1 1 • ' er ° .... er arriving volunteers proper brooms oneforeach memb "[ ~-a~t t~- iarve revetments which ]le to participate. [ should be proud of our new mod- 1 I ~--. I[ ]] ~ L. 1 1 transportation. Anyleftover could be sold at.the I will be~ com~pletely restored. A [ 4. The only restriction asked is ] ern hospital. ' . I paraae. "lln~s was approvea, l~ealey [ modern-design exhibition area of I that the word "museum" not be [ ~ ~_ LanceWillchairmanme i)room /~nnF=Hnn [ [approximately 40 feet square will[used. I " I U I I ~ g I I 1 [ v~numumu~ committee I t nn • i / ! • i i / • [ -- " ' Bill Anders accepted the chair-[ ' _ ......... , _. I "'" " " -- -- " " " " KIDDIES EASTER J I runswm , zty, msss ooann B Mms Doroth Lake FROM PAGE l--A I manship of the Parade which will J ~ ] .... ;. .... "I Y " Y SHORT SLEEVE EASTER t EYE *CATCHING assistance for 11 patients in the be held the evening of May 5. [ | ~U | ~ m=~P ~ | | | o osepn ~nenantloan J uneuoni i Millville news letterr 1611 " Ts !,! ............. , u ~=mL~ • W~ ~, n S S m • • t Master Harrison ~. Lannam, mill ! Mr and Mrs George Helman of amount of $2,283.50 haa azso been __ THiS campaign is coumy-wme. ] i ~ ~ ~ Ir~ll | d~lb ] [ville" Mr Harry Johnson City" I.. ." ... =: ..... .... " "~- "--- -a"ors DillKame,,oz tiar,,ers ' • -"~="~ - -- - • , , • ~ , -, I ltanaallstown, Ma spent me weeK m ~ m ~ ~ m approvea torpaymemmme no~- ~, • ~ v /m m • W_Aml tMr CarlW Shenk Mr Harr"H~ ..... " ..... ....L,~., ~,, ' f • • , • • •ena wire mr anu mrs ttaipn t Ferry and Russell White o Shep- • • p, aL . .. . , .......................I i ~" N~I [Russell, Ranson; Mrs LeoraL l Johnson and Sons and Mrs Lula V h r 3 3 [ 3 m reporting on me operations ~ nero stown az-~ wuL~m~..~yu~. I ~ I Pillow, Cit'" " "m.... • of the hospital it was made i local groups, lvlrs, maman myers[ . I "~ * "~: " "'" I~anam" [ " l( ~ known that there had been an in its County Chairman. I The stork was busy and partial[., u.ut .pauems were- bteven] Mrs. Charles D'Angelo spent ........ [ Reduced ~rom $2.98 ~' '" e Charles Town t~reen 11arpers Ferry, ~rene Ste several da s the past week wzth ~eoucea from ~z av crease in income and also patient [ It was suggested that the fire ] on deliveries at th [ ....... • .... . ] y • . SPECIAL n the four wart, 11autown, t~anny ~tlugemy Mrs Kitty Way of Chambersburg, .... ' ....... '-^ --'ed that the ~companies wash down the streetsl General Hospital duri g I " I • " : L LOWF R D EASTER I PATCH POCKET STYLE : during the year; 385 babies born;[ The next meeting of this Com/residents. _ 1__ ... Y; __'.. _l ..... g $|95 ] SPORT {:0AI$ $ , ~i ......... ~onn w ~ernara Jr, lviarvin it don of Hampton, Pa, Mrs Vallie - '652 operations All of these cate- m~ttee will be held April 21 at/ As a matter of fact the first six | ..... .... " ............. he' 7"30 P M I ~,,;v~ri~. were -irls with the [ Anders, City; Jeffrey Nichols, Carper and Mr and Mrs Guy Cof ~ ~ g ~ T ~ ~ : ~ , - gorles snowea lncrea~e~ over t • • • ,,~. ~ ,.o ~, , - . , " • I .........."e meetin- were" I ......................... / Martmsburg; Bruce V. Decker, I felt of Winchester, Va. and Mr. ~ ll L ~41 1 I1 J receeaing year. I s "/tlrs one DOYI| ¥1itlCll ~ tO =/="" " ' " " " I ' " J" Un [ P Md, Llnda Mflbourn, Rlppon, Cy Joe Gordon of Edmburg, Va Four new board members werelMrs- O. S. Bloom, Chairman; Al-/and Mrs Arnold O. Pittinger,, A'" ..... ........... ~::... • • " . • nmla ~emory, ~y Mrs maine rmcmey ot ~alti- I- I n the len Marshall representing K~wan he i fie ~rl was elected to serve, Replaci g ~] " Chamoer" of Corn-• ~Charles Town. T 1 t g [ " [ "Md. a "' - vacancies left with the expiring is; Joe Stalky, [ named Lisa Lynn. [_ _ ~ [m:tree, was .v,s,tor of her All New Assortment. SPECIAL I ReducedKeaucea 'From~rom $6~ :~.98. 'i :(, ~" terms of J. Glenn Brown, Peter [merce; Mrs; Donald Cline, Jan-[ O Thursday March 23,three/Studenh Air Views [~rs ~'~f~onr°I~e~rc~an'lawd~aa~l? "" S. Basch, Frederick O. Byrer and mr Woman s~C[ubs~ Mrs. H_ S.[births occurred, a daughter Re-| I n S " -a ~ Donald Fuss were: Thurman A. Clopper Jr., l)ony Ivlaaison ~ar-I becca Lynn being born to Mr and[ ~-- • ~, • - io atura y. * LOCALLY GROWN d = Whitacre, Joeph A. Warrenfeltz,]den Club; Miss Katherine Ch!10.S,[Mrs. Joseph L. Penwell, Harpers[A00 l l /OWfl [ SunJ? y to of Mr=and Mrs: FANCY WRAPPED I " Kenneth W. Metz and George R. Jezterson uounty ~araen ~)UD; Ferry; a.. daughter Lovada Sue[ I~.':""~ ~.'-'"~ ....... ,%,.~::~, ,,oo ~v~ ~A,Pr~P_ FOIL ] " ¢ .... . D.;., the.. [ rs Jonn Bartlett, oayceeettes;[ h... ,. Mr .nil Mr~ .tnhn ~/a~_ IU'o • R I mlss aran vayne ot 11msnoro, ..... ..... EASTER [ DE CORA. D __ .S ~-'~- .................... " ........... " • - .............................. • s " a 79 I-- C' POTT[D PLATSNI[ '~ , ,o,m~ Mr Whitacre and lMrs. Gordon E~smon, Powhatan|Remsbur, Harners Ferry" and a[~ hlWanlS rroarm l ya. and M~. Kitty W y of Chain- yea ................ . o, r -, - Mr. Warrenfeltz have previously[Garden ~ub. Mrs: ylv an Bush:[daughter Mary Ann, born to Mr.[ w~ ..... ,, a~.,~ ,....~ ,~.. r~,~ [be~Durg.ffa~. r .... m u~'..,o PII 1 PI~ II~IPIlPqPIn= d -. ...... 11xr...Sl,~e ~a-aen Crow Ma"or ~ei- _ *~=r • T ~ ~rv ~r "~., ~V---- / &II&~U OLt~t4~ll~O llK/lIl tIIU ~11(~1" / SV&A. ~llM AV&&O. ~J~;(~A~ 11~$~L1~O' lira m lal ~ m talmt ~ served as boara memoers, lioiu- ,,oJ ~ , ., : anu Mrs. LOWell tl. wrltt, tint- • ...... ..... =-=--,- ...... -= [lev Lance renresentmg Ranson| .... ~ ..... [les Town H~gh, Junior High and t and children of Brownswlle, Md. FILLKi; D/A3BK/~ - Martin, Mrs. tt. tl. taunter anu d. ,- , -, .', ~_ ", Wlmmr 1~. ~.uauzSuil, narpct~ ret ..... .. , • -- -- - lye,, Lehman, C~ty of Charles] .................. ~-^-" t^ M- ]evening at thezr droner meeting/were wsltors with Mr. and Mrs .... , ..... ^^a;~.~ VALUE I Daily Deliveries. , i'town; tieorge vicKers, co-cnalr-|and Mrs. Charles L. Painter Harl ~n n ~ ,, ~n P~ nn_lman; Bobby Willis, Retail Mer-/pers Ferry /~, ............................... "- ....... -7 . Llean up-rim! up-rlx Uplcha ts A :sn.; Paul Chapman,| Four births occurred SUnday,| i ,VllP| • lO |T HIPU - ' ......... II 1-LB. DECORATED South Jetterson l~urltans, 15,en Ma : [ ' " ~ "1 rch 26- a son Millard Samuel/g II I 1 I !" 1 It N !1 I I I I n ¢ m z4-oz. FACKAGE ,ham Citizens~lre n~mnun=--r~u~w ntnu~nubn~ I - I neth Willing , ," '" " ' [ Jr. born to Mr. and Mrs. Millard[ ' ' FRUIT FLAVOR EASTER FRUIT and NUT - ~111~1~11 tffl~ [Co.; Mrs. Marian M~ers, Council/s" Smith, Jefferson, Md.; a son/ ...... 0 / RmP'~N "". "~A [ -- -- |[An|lFarm Woman's..Hn.~,~Clubs; Leighton[ James|[ Kebin, born to Mr. and|',,,, o. '* ' " " ' 41"'Cl CHOCOLATI i [66" A movement to do something Worn • Margaret, born to Mr. and Mrs. P] A ~ T i~ l~ M i~ _[~ [J . : about cleaning up.fixing up and[ ..... _ /Richard B. Murray, Charles Town/~. ' • ° a painting up Charles Town Ran- and a son born to Mr. nd Mrs.• I "RIED CHICKEN • COUNTRY son and all of Jefferson countyt-,nua, Farm t Calvin K. Heflin of Ranson. HAM STEAK Reduced From 59c. SPECIAL [ Reduced From 69c. ingeneral during .... the entire mon- ~.. P ~ • .n =- : [ Surgical. patients admited to/~ • ~q'.......tu~'2=, ~,..,~..,.-.Q'r~AUQ --~ ~,=,...Q~ ~A~n~'vv..~-. .... ----------" " th of May was ,n,t,ated Sat rday}Burenu ~et |th~ih:s~,l~al:ereMcDonald Har|~ ---- : naft rvne°:noptmaremet t2nga°dforeePnreciv[ The annualmeetingof the Jef[Pea~ti~erry;MkVirg~iaM:Millsl~-- own:MrsDo M en -- ALL SERVED WITH VEGETABLES AND THREE WAYS TO BUY:- Just ' ic and service organizations, fire]ferson County farm Bureau will] ; • Y • "1§ HOME MADE ~OT R~zLS ~AKE ICE - ' companies, garden clubs and man| be held at the Bardane Commun[nett, Brunswick, Md:; Little Pam-[~ "~ , , --tmarge - uasn - Layaway "Ch ici al officiais ity Center Wednesday April 5 I ela J. Porter, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. I~ CREAM ANn nRINIK I : • ~he big "Clean up.Paint up-Fix~ beginning at 7:00 p. m.'An inter-IMargaret M. Hooe, Millville; Missl~ ................. l/I 1 up campaign which was planned|esting program has been arran-lNina M. Ramey, City; Mrs. Ka'? Saturday is being sponsored by[ged and a large attendance of ltherine E. Kines, Lovettsville, Va.[~ ]1~- l:~a~a~.v~i-|----- P, ll ~ the Jefferson County Chamber of[ members and invited guests iS extLittle Brenda K. Bennett, City; 16 ~ v. .,...,.....umta ~a. / " • " 's " 'n Cit r ~ i ~ Commerce, w!th Mrs. O. S. Bloom| pected. / ML s Kathy S. Perkl , Y; M • I ~ r,~ , ,,, .,...~, ,.~t ,, " ..... ervingasclta an and George . , .. Deavers, Ranson, - unarms town aa.r*-Vl PHONE 314 ' CHARLES TOWN ~iee :¢~ai~. Brooke ~rance and rebe!s still spzi~ onI ~ea~alpatmnts were: ~r. ~ay: ' OI tO cad war. ! moaa l,.. 'alater, I OUI .U.