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~r unanimously to am, end a section Of Commerce; Dr. Is[oh Gellman, ~~~~ dent occurred when a car being SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Prev alien 0f Fires of the organization s by-laws, the regional engineer of the Depart- ~u tI~R ~tlP idrivenbyCreightnR. Prpps, T~lTo~n~vMAl~t~H21,9~ n. 'l I~][ __ chan~e permitting the presentat- ment of Sanitary Engineering and 31tVrli bllOYl: of Joffo,.son Avenue, drifted ""~"~'~'~ ................ "_" ..... "'~ ion-in the future of ~'singleslat:e Wati" Resouree:s of Johns Hop- " across the Avenue and into a . e rs0n ChamberurCmmeree ,,, directors for the membership kins, U, nivers ty, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard parked car belonging to John shrubs and peremals, r tablecloths, aprons, pillows, t ,te to vote upon:, President William '~. ,~ ~,A,~-,~.~,~.:.ffi,~ ~,A~-~,~v,:~ ~.~=~ ~ ] C Zydolis of Baltimore Md. ~ There will also be gifts appro- ! ba~,s aui]tin~ r~ieces sew[m, nov- ~~~'~~g~:~ .. _ . I The Friday accident occurred prate for Easter, m~a~,matwe deC]elties home-made breads hies (Pap) Jacks0n~who presided for ......... ~ ~ ....... k~.':. ...... ~ -~ ~ ,~ ~', ~ prevention was the theme by three things - men, women and the meeting, reported the names ~ .,,:--..ffi,...,,,--...i = .. ,irthday ratty / about 1:30 Friday morning on orations for the home, featuring I . , :',,. ", ~" 7' program presented Tues-lchildren. of four new directors will be sub- K~[~V~V|||,~ I Michael Glenn Rodgers cele-[State Route 9. about four miles baskets of all kinds, Cemetery ] p~c~le(~ eggs, cantatas, many treats at noon for the mouthy mem-J "You can either have fire pre- mitted at the April meeting. F. ] ua~a'Uu~s~v~Lb 1 brated his fourth birthday with a I North Of Ranson when a car be- arrangements, bird houses, patio land goodies galore, m, meeting of the Jefferson ]vent[on or fire investigation, S. Woodford is serving ,as chair- rs. Elsie Hamstead ' party on Saturday evening given [ ing driven by Edith ~. Jones, ~,5, " ~~ - at: Chamber of Commerce ] Cooper told the group as he pre- man of the nominating committ- ~,~,~,~.~,,~,.~.~,~,~,~ffi,~..,~.~,.~,.~ by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ea~:l ~ of Warm Springs Ave., Martins- ,~:~,.-,,~.~z:.,,~-,~,.*,~.,~-~,~,:~,~.:,. ............ ' bur~ went t " c ntr " and of~ ' ~- at Walt's. Restaurant__~Ay~in [ sented his_ visual demonstration]l[ . " ' rtougers ot ~runswleK, ~v~a. at me / g, ou ot o oi i I I - .'- ~ ~u~,~,~t, ~.~ /, ~herdstown and which was [ of the causes of fire and how they eeAnnounee~ent was also made Miss Ginger Creamer. leader, home of his grandparents, Mr. [ the highway and into a ditch[ ~I~J_I_I_I_I_I_I_I_I_~PI~I~ I~,| tllII~1 ~ [ aded by some 44 memberslcan be prevented, of two forthcoming events to be has announced that the Ever- and Mrs. C. II. Rodgers. Games / Damage to the car was listed at [ ~1~ I Il~ I I1'i1~ ' / guests I Accidents are the fourth lead- held at Shepherd College. green 4-H meeting scheduled for were played, awards given for/$300. Mrs. Jones wascharged withI I ~-'~-~m~--~-~,~ ~, ~ [ lhis week has been postponed door prizes Refreshments of ice / failure to have her car underI I Illl dlldll 'l[ ' Cooper sanitarian for the l ing killer in the state, Cooper Professor James Hater of the Members will be informed of the cream cones candy, potato chips| control. She was not injured. ] J W lllill lfl 1 arson Counti~: ttealth Depart-[ stated, and fires and explosions college faculty reported on a spec- new date. I and sodas were served to Tracie [ [ [ ~.~_- ~.~.~. ~ ....... ] tt, Who presented the prgraml are one of the major facets of ial seminar on "World Affairs" to t an assist from Sheplaerds-[ these death killing accidents, be held at the college all day, Mrs. Alice Whetzel and Mr. and~ and Debbie, Norma and Scottie] kJ^&l.AJl,. [ l ll|qM t Mrs. Fred Sensennev, Strasburg Rod~,ers Susan Sharon Steve/,,}lllgPll~lM~lUW|l lvI~IIIUUI3I I Wl I[11 I']l~.~ [ a's Fire~ "Chief Lee Morgan, I Prior to the presentation of!Thursday, April 14 with four uot- .. ....... ;; .. '~ o . .... , -- i , - ......... va., ws~tea ~tr and ~wrs ~,~orman I and Brenda Chapman, Paml ! I ~ the group fires are causedl the program the Chamber votedtheStandingprogram.Speakers'The eventt appearis beingn Whetzel on Sunday. I Staubs, Charley Painter, Lorrie/rhurch TO H01d I~IN~' 1 sponsored by the Martinsburg Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliardt Painter' Roxanne and Ricky Ever-[ v.m " " ~ "~' "'~ [ ~lI~Li~l~k ~l~ ~ ~ ] ~OU A~E INVITED IROtary Club in cOnjunctiOn with and son, Bllly, and David Gano hart, Paul David Staubs and the / ~ i ~.. | - .|. I --. *-. / ~' " Shepherd College for the purpose visited Mr. and Mrs. William I honored guest. Michael received| ~a|e ~?uroav! Apt|| ~ J ~:~;::~ l ,lohnston, Harpers Ferry, Sunday many nice gifts aand prizes were[ "' 1 of having, the outstanding high afternoon, won by Pare Staubs Norma Rod~-| Reports indicate there will be / school seniors of the four-state ~ ' ~" ,, - ,, ~ :~:~::~:~;.. :~:~:.~:- .:~,~,~:~:~::~:;; Ben Miller returned to Hobart era, Scott Rodgers. Adults pres-/ somethmg for everyone, Satur- | area hear a discussion of world College Geneva, New York, on ent were Mrs Faye Rodgers,| day April 2, when the New Street ' / affairs. Prof. Hater said the cost Sunday after spending spring va- Miss Jessie Ballenger, of Bolivar,| Methodist Church in Shepherds- ] ~TO OUR I of the Seminar per student will cation with his parents, Mr. and tMrs. Shirley Chapman, Mrs. Da-[ town holds it's annual Spring be $5 and he asked individual Mrs. Lige Miller. Ben has vid Staubs Mrs. Charles Painter, / sale in the War Memorial Build- / 'members of the Chamber to sport- pledged Pheta Delta Chi frater- Mrs. Beatrice Everhart, Mrs.| ing in Shepherdstown from 10 / OPEN HOUSE I sor one or more of the students nit)'. Frances Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs.|a. m. until Up. m. I (~~B, [ in attendance at the Seminar. Miss Fran Gottschalk, daughter [Earl Rodgers. [ Early gardners will find cabb- l ~[~~ [ C F. Printz, also announced of Mrs. Raymond Gottschalk, re-] Glad to see Mrs. Annie Grove[ age plants ready to set out (nur- i ~lt~~ /~ plans for holding an adult .sem- turned to Dour, lass Colle~,e, Newlout for chm'ch on Sunday afterlsery grown and hardened); pan- [ ~~ [ SATU -- inar at the college on April 23 Brunswick, N. J., after spending being verb, ill for quite awhile,| sies in bloom for early flower [ ~~] J and April 30. Details on this a week's vacation at h(r homet She is looking good. /beds; cascade petunias for fl6~wer [~ l APRIL 2,1966 ] event will be announced later he here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gott-I Mrs Ethel Buzzard and Mrs [boxes later; and an assortment of i "~ ...... ~ 1 stated, schalk, Washington, D..C., spentl~Juanita Buzzard and daughterl/ J ~.. ,..~' DODGE POLARA, / Special guests introduced at the the weeKenu at the zanmy home, Christine, were guests on Satur-| xr~.~-:.-.... ,f~ [ ~~_ .'..'~_~_~'.'.'-'" l 10: A M to4:00P.M ] meeting were George Washing- Pleasance, also. ....Iday morning with Mrs. Nancy| ~Utll:~Jt i~~l~l~ BIG, POWERFUL ~I . " ~ ton, of Martinsburg, new execut- ~vzrs. ~orval aonnston, ~r., and [ Boyd and son, Brian, in Ransom / .~w,la ~F V, al,ahla [ ~ n, ,~: u ^ ,.,r~ ce " [ " " ive secretary of the Martinsburg Mrs Walter Judy are co-chair-[ Mrs r~m ~,~,h~ ~,~ a~,~/ ~t~ ,J~,--t,~tt~,~,.. I ~ ou ] nt-~,,~t~t.t=o / men for the. Red Cross Fund tFrances Rodgers were guests re-/ Real Estate i LIKE A SHOW HORSE. | an.d Berkeley County Chamber " , ......................... drive. (;ontrioutions Should be I cently of Mrs Earl Rodgers and/ I ~~ ] I1~ ~1"%1 J~ g'~.il~ g"~ll21 1"i.Ir" ] 952 FREDERICK STREET made by March 31. I children in Brunswick, Md. , | Default havi-nz been made in [ tr t [ Mrs. A. D..(Gerry) VanMetre| Mrs. Louise Howell returned to I the provisions of that certain J ~'q THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE l HAGE!RSTOWN, MARYLAND i has recemly 3oined the staff of!the home of her daughter and ldeed of trust dated August 14, [ Stanley Home vrooucts as sales ~ son in law Mr and Mrs Sherman ~ ........ ... .-- Ii1-1/41 ' "Y,aMN I ~. DI%.~ ~,,,filK DIkJI LJ~.JIN i 1 , " " " , l~O/, mare oy LOUISe ~rleg, wit1- t representatwe. I Grove from the hospital where Low, to Forrest A Brown, Trustee, IWANT TO fAY A B|G CAR P~|CE, |T'S ! I Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sturgis!shee was a patient for several lof record in the Office of the J 'Come and See our new Printing Plant in returned last week from a three days. She will be a guest there / Clerk of the County Court of Jeff- / weeks' vacation through Florida for awhile, l erson County, West Virginia, inITA~ TO ~~ Pull Operatmn And Our Modern Office ' and the Keys. While in Florida kIr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard !Deed Book No 220 page 156 and J . , ~ , . , , ===================== :,:%~:?:.... ,.~ they v~s~ted Mr. and Mrs Roger and daughters were Saturday eve- n the oavment nf the indebted- ] Ptlrniture Di'splay. , Jryor of 1lames C~t3 and M~ss nag guests of Mr and Mrs Bud-J,,,~ s~c,,r-~ the,-,~, ..... n ,~,. ~,,~,, /,., Carohn~ Spraguc of Miami dy Dodson and family in Mary- [eficiarv of said deed -f trust hay [ M~sses She~la and Sharon Am- land. The) were accompanied by I in,, reouired he- s- to do tile I ~~~r~ THE , I brose, of Shepherdstown, spent Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper, out [undersigned Trustee thavinu ] ~ ~~~ r~r'~r',_l:: nr'~v~ I REFRE!SHMENTS DOOR PRIZES I Wh~:'~o" giving il Saturday with their grandmother, Mannings.. . i been su~bstituted~ as Trustee for [ ~..~ ~ ~v~ ~,~ 1 Mrs. George Ambrose. Debble Rodgers, of Brunswick, said Forrest A. Brown, now de- I ABOUT THE POLARA. IT S i "P.S."--Personal Service, |1 Mr. Thomas Welsh and Nancy Md,, spent two weeks with her l ceased, by order of the Circuit I ABIT M ROE POWERFUL [ [ we keep our standards II and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judy aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. Do-I Court of Jefferson County. West I ~ ~"~[~ '~ "'~~..~,~.,'--~: .-.', ..... I I high. Your insurance trou- II and T0nia spent Su'nday in Bolt[- vid Staubs and grandmother, Mrs. Virginia, made and entered on I I AND A BIT BIGGER THAr 11"11:: I :~]l]~|li pilate )1 [llJ wind" whenyou rely,on usbleSto handleare "gOneclaimsWithorplanthe |l]l]l more :with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hazel Danner. I November 19, 1965, in a certain I IN ITS PRICE RANGE. [ IIyour protection. 'P.S." |1 also means keeping your11 . II , ... H. S. CLOPPER, JR. AND HiU Dale Shopping ,Center Phone 725.7081 ! II Insurance, and Real Estate li, " Co. ~EAI) THE SPIRIT-Ai)WOCATE guests of tthe former's parents, in the Village of Middleway, in pecifications ires n! Southern States open specifications on passenger tires wilLallow you to know- The quality features involved in the construction of Unico tires. The amount of service that can be expected of a Unico tire under normal road use. s HOW to properly use Unico tires for the greatest amount of service and satety. *The only method by which you can determine the actual value of a tire. TIRE BUYERS don't spend a centfor tires until you talk to us about TRUE COST, CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE DIAL 725-2212 RANSON, W. VA. I l I Mr. and' Mrs Norman White and family. Two Minor Highway Acddents Reported To State Police Two minor highway accidents were investigated by Charles Town State Police Thursday night and Friday morning in which three cars were damaged to the extent of about $800, Corporal G. G. Holman of the Charles Town State Police said he investigated a two-car acci- dent about ].0:30 Thursday night on Secondary Route 34/1 about one-half mile East of Charles Town in which two cars were damaged to the extent of about $500. Corporal Holman said the acci- Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was conveyed to the said Louise Krieg by Helen A. Z. White, widow by deed dated August 13, 1954, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 200, at page 425. Terms: One-third cash on day of sale, balance in two equal in- stallments, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, bearing even date with day of sale, pay- able on or before one and two years after date respectively, hear ing interest from date at six per cent per annum, payable semi- annually, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold; or. at option of purchaser, the whole amount may be paid in cash. - L. C. BRISCOE, Substituted Trustee Auctioneer: PAUL E. MILLER, JR. March 104-t. "In every field there is one outstanding value to wMch all others are compared. I n memorials;that 0fie isRock of Ages, the only memorial guaranteed both to you and to the cemetery where it is erected. 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