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Charles Town, West Virginia
March 31, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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March 31, 1966

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Your shopping cart overflows with fine food values when you do your weekly shopping at WHITE'S DIG MARKET in Charles own. A flavorful selection of the finest quality foods, choicest and tasty meats, most delicious delicacies, all the fa mily's favorites, budget priced. Stock up now---a d at the LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN - That's White's your Friendly Home-owned Market on W. Washington St. I I I m m U. S. Department Agriculture Grade Good l 49 lib! 7 69 llbi 89 e size 2doz Sl l 4i 37 :' ' " 2~ 35 II J OZ~ oz can 3i 89 3i 99~ 3i 89 SWEET TREAT SWEET TREAT oz can oz can P K G oz can P K G P K G oz can oz can P K G 9ozi oz cans oz cans Sliced - Cubes - Crushed oz cans 25 bag 2 bag FI IENDLY HOME- OWNED c )Ib 11 $ $ O0 BOARD FROM PAGE I--A The levy rates will be as follows Class I Property, 45.9 cents on each $100 of property value, the same as for last year; Class H property, 91.8 cents; and Class III and IV property, 183.6, also the same as for last year. The rates on the special school levy which has been in effect since 1955 for the retirement of bonds issued in connection with the $861.000 school building pro- gram will once again be reduced slightly from last year. For Class I property it will be reduced from 4.6 to 4.4; from CIass II property from 9.2 to 8.8 and on Class III and IV property from 19.02 to 17.6 In other board action five resi- gnations, four teachers were act- ed upon. Donald Glassford resign- ed as a bus driver effective March 22. The teacher resignations all effective at the end of the current school term were: Mrs. Virginia Couch and Miss Linda Engwall from the Charles Town Junior High faculty; Miss Elizabeth Gracey, Charles Town Senior High and Miss Nina Ramey, who is retiring from Wright Denny School after 43 years as a teacher. The board approved contracts for Wilkes Wilcox, Jr. and Miss Laura Brandon, both seniors at Morris Harvey, College in Char- leston, and John Rose, a senior at Shepherd, all to teach at Char- les Town Junior High in the corn ing term. Mrs. Jean Cottril'l has been em- ployed as part-time clerk at Char les Town Junior High for the remainder of the term. Substitute cooks for school caf- eteria named were Mrs. Elizabeth Ashcraft, Wright Denny, and Mrs. Marion Snyder, Charles Town Jun ior High, Franklin A. Hill was named a bus driver. Members FROM PAGE 1-A the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate newspapers. Other first place awards won by the club were: Recreation Di- vision, Health Division, Library Division, Cultural Heritage Divis- ion, Over-All Department Award in Public Affairs Department, Second Place Awards also came Charles Town's way in Memorial Forest Division, Home and Recre- ation Safety Division, Crime Pre- vention and Law Enforcement, Veterans Division, and Mental Health and Council of Internat- ional Clubs. The club was pre- sented an Honor Club Award for having completed the required honor points for the year of 1965. 1966. Mrs. Laird Marshall won second place cash award for her poem The Gems, based on the Con- vention's Celebration of their Di- amond Jubilee their 75th birth- day. Eastern District was Co-host- ess with Southwesetern District for the Convention. Shenandoah Downs presented Eastern District with heavy glass ash trays made from West Virginia glass display- ing a jockey emblem of Shen- Mrs. Frances FROM PAGE 1-A make their way to her home to extend greetings and inquire a- bout her health, which is ex- tremely good, considering her ad- vanced years. A REMARKABLE LADY Mrs. Fannie is a most remark- able lady in many respects. For instance until about five years ago she was in fine health, and had seldom experienced, illness of any kind. Since then, however, she has been hospitalized a num- ber of times, once for a broken arm, another time for a hip in- jury, both suffered in falls at her home; and several times for internal physical illnesses. Although her eyesight is still good, she says she doesn't care to read very much. She does, however, still like to get into her kitchen and wash her own dishes azter breakfast and lunch. And she does, even against the object- ions of her grandson, Harry. She also likes to get out in her back- yard and putter around. Although-Mrs. Fannie can re- late some of the events of her childhood, she prefers to talk about her home, her five living children and her grandchildren and great grandchildren, Her five living children are: Parth- inia of Washington, D. C.; Lem- mitt of Harpers Ferry; Maggie Clinton of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary Hall of Bolivar and Willard of Martinsville, Va. Potomac Council.. FROM PAGE 1-A was the Shenandoah Club which submitted the radio station's downtown studio building into the business and industrial es- tdblishments division of the jud- ging. The Shenandoah Club was also honored by being presented the runner-up trophy in the Junior and High School Gardeners di- vision for it's efforts in organ- izing and promoting the Shen. andoah Juniorettes. And the Juniorettes also came in for an award, being presented a certificate for being placed on the honor roll of the Federated Garden Clubs of West Virginia. To be placea on tl e honor roll a club must achieve 10 of the 15 points designated in the State Standard for excellence. The Shenandoah Juniorettes were one of only eight to receive this hen- or this year. Representing Jefferson Coatty at the convention were: It& C. Manning Smith, President of the West Virginia Garden Clubs; Mrs. Robert Butler. executive secre- tary; Mrs. Paul Cain, district di- rector and convention chairman; Mrs. Robert P. Leonard, publi- cations and Mrs. Louise Ramey, publicity. ]Holy Week Services ]For Zion Episcopal Church Are Announced this Sunday have been set at the Zion Episcopal Church in Char- les Town. Holy Week recalls the events of the last week of Christ's life on earth. Palm crosses made by the Jun- ior Brotherhood of St. Andrew will be distributed at all services this Sunday, called Palm Sunday. It recalls Christ's triumphal en- try into Jerusalem. On Monday there will be a ser- vice of Holy Communion, with SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 the time at 12:05 p. m. to ac- by Christ from the comodate business personnel. On Tuesday there will be a service of Holy Communion at 7:50 a. m., with transportation provided af- ter the service for all young people to the Junior and Senior High Schools. The Rev. Francis Rhein, newly installed Rector of the Trinity C,mrch, Upperville, Va., will be the preacher at the noonday ser- vice Wednesday. There will be a Lenten Service for all Church School members at 3:50 p. m. Wednesday. On Maundy Thursday, April 7, there will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:45 p. m., with sermon by the Rev. Douglass Bailey. This service is a special commemoration of the institution by Christ of the Lord's Supper. The traditional Three Hour Service will be held Good Friday from noon until 3 p. m., with hymns, prayers, and meditations on the Seven Last Words uttered: meditations will be Rector and Assistant the parish. Charged Following one Car Accident Friday Only one reported too and the Charles Town State over the past week-end and only a minor one, with involved and property amounting to only $100. Charles Town State Gary Arthur said a 1956 let being driven South day Route 1-2 went out at the point where it State Route 9 near hit a stop sign and on it's side. George D. of Kearneysville, who was the vehicle, was failure to have his vehicle control.