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/ Possibly! But there may be some a lot closer to home. Take income tax deductions, for example. Overlook one and it's money out of your pocket. But if you pay every bill and dona- tion by check you have a permanent record for income tax purposes. Podner, pay yourself some gold with our help. Open a checking account in our bank. till OF ,:H,I RLE A COMMUNITY CORN ERS NE SINCE MIDDLEWAY y,e, Hughie ttough is spending a furlough with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. ttarlan James. after co}~pleting his basic training at Ft. Benning, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ltough, of Sanford, Fla., ac- companied their son and spent the weekend with their parents returning to Florida on Sunday by train. At tim expiration of his leave Hughie will report to Camp Gordon. Missionary doctors from Brazil, Dr and Mrs. Campbell, were din- ner guests on Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lambert. Tuesday visitors with the Lamberts were Pastor and Mrs. W. T. Atwood, of Matinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faulkner, of Baltimore, Md. Mr. John Cain, who lived near Washington, died on Monday morning in a hospital there. Our deepest sympathy is extended his two brothers ,Harvey and James Cain. Mrs. Harry Shirley and daugh- ter, Debby, and Mrs. Naomi Bar, row visited Mrs. Edith Jones on Friday night in City ttospital, Martinsburg, suffering from a broken bone in her foot. Martin Durst has been with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lambert, on a sick leave from Shenandoah Valley Academy, New Market, Va. Mrs. W. Ritter, sister of Mrs. Harlan James and Mrs. James Cain, has been a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital for six weeks. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hough and Mrs. Harlan James visited her and her condition was a little better. Visitors over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rainey and two daughters, Benner, Harper Fer]T, and Mr. be se ,ed throughout the sale SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE and Mrs. Mason Watson, Shep- Main booths will contain food, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 herdstown, sewing, house and garden prod- Master Sgt. Clarence Ringer ucts, parcel post, and a "white " " ..... stationed at Wright Patterson Air elephant' sale --- For Everything You Buy --- Force Base Dayton Ohio, recent- There will be % dance at the ly visited his mother, Mrs, Sudie Shepherdstown High School Au- Ringer. ditorium sponsored by the tti-Y The Wizard Clipp Home Dem- and the Wri Iti-Y This will be a" Howard S|elghter" 's onstration Club met on Thursday girl-ask-boy (lance. The dance will be held Friday, April 1, from theMrs.Midd]ewaYMarion MyersMeth" 8 P-m. until 11 p.m. There wilI Purebred Charolais Dispersion held a workshop and demonstrat-be special entertainment during ed the antiquing of flowers. Mrs. intermission, plus ,guest consignments from Nutmeg, Linden a Clifton Poston and Mrs. William Shepherdstown Boy Scout Forest Farms at the Abshire served refreshments. Troop 333 will meet next Thurs- BALTIMORE LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET : day, April 7, at the War Memo- ~':,'~;:~,g:::.~':~:-":~;~;'g~::.~,~;:i:.'..'~ rial Building at 7:30 p.m. The Wo FRIENDSHIP, MDo discussion will be on obtaining a SHEPHERDSTOWN._ !new charter. All members are RDAY, APRIL 16 12 ' urged to attend this meeting. All SATU ,NOON BY BUCKY MORROW persons interested in joining are :~`~.~`~'~`~~.~m```~`~`~``~~;r~`~:~~'`~`~`~``~;~ welcome to attend this meeting. 90 LOTS: 6 Herd Bulls - 16 Service Age .......................... ~;...,~.~,.....:..*~,e~,..;.;~;;..~.~....::.~ae~.., A food sale will be held at the Bulls - 8 Bulls (1965) - 52 Cows and Recently Shepherd College re- Potomac Light and Power Com- ceived a grant approved by the pany, April 9, beginning at 9:30 Bred Heifers - 8 Open Heifer's -Several Office of Education for $24,750 a.m. The sale is sponsored by the COWS with CalfbySide authorized by the Hi.her Educa- Moler's Farm Woman's Club. tion act of 1965. The Office of The Shepherd College Choir This is a quality herd! One of the pioneer b Education is h)cated in Washing- will present a spring concert at East of the Mississippi. All cattle are purebred ton, D.C. Reynolds Hall tonight at 8 o clock, seven 15/16 cows. Mr. R. W. Morrow returned The choir is directed by Pro- home Friday, March 25, after an lessor Hebert Wildeboor and will "WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY" eighteen day stay at Kings Daughters Hospital. The New Street Methodist Church will sponsor a Spring sale and bazaar at the War Memorial Building on Saturday, April 2, 1966, from 10 a m. until 8 p.m. Fresh coffee and doughnuts will sing a program of sacred and secular music. Read The Spirit-Advocate GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY FOR CATALOGS WRITE: SALE MANAGED I]UZZ GAREY 100 Walnut Lane, Morrisville, Pa. 19067 (215) 295-2941 Mar. 311b CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA :COMPARE .... ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Our Penney brand shoes for the entire family! Every pair quality crafted ..... yet at lowest possible prices! Come see the variety of '66 styles .... today! Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Morriss, Sr., Maplehurst, Charles Town, Mrs Naomi Barrow and daughter, Susie. Mrs. Joe Barnes and Mrs. Cath, erine Cross visited Mrs. Elizabeth Triggs on Wednesday at Ridge. way. Since then Mrs. Triggs has been a patient in King's Daugh- ters' tIospital. Miss Meta Frazier and Mrs. Mattie Gore, of Summit Point, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Watson and Mrs. Rose Watson. Other visitors SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY In NEWEST STYLES And FABRICS AT A WIDE VARIETY OF PRICES STARTING AT A LOW -- 2.99 compare ChiMcraft . Penney's own shoes for boys and girls! Styles for school or drew- up... many with our own durable Pentred soles that are guaranteed MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ~have been. . __.:Mr __and Mrs_ Alfred to outwear the uppers! / We Are Now 3% Percent On Savings Accounts I [ A. GIRLS' PERT BOW'D SLIP-ON Paying LET 0 U R Just the shoe for parties and dress-up!. Black patent or white smooth leather ~ '~-~ I "WATCHDOg" I ~>" .--:: .... were likewise grieved to hear of Nichols and two sons, of Stephens I "" -- ---- Ii! / M ! upper, composition sole. 12~-3A, 8~- 15' lPll IPql~lllltl [the death of Rev. C. W. Lloyd, of City, ~Va., were visitors Sunday at | ....... I 3B, C, .,. , 5.99 liAKlr/llWN [Chestnut Hill. Our sympathy is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry | SERVICE I =-,n,,-,,===--v .... I extended to the surviving mem- i Clipp. Immedite members of the 1 I Mrs. Mar[anna Smallwood Ibers of both families. Clipp family, the Charles McDon- I {'~|]AR['} ~{'~[]R I B. LITTLE GIRLS CLASSIC PUMP ~:~l~:~:~:~!i~.::i~a~.~~*]31~ [ Vickie Penweli spent the week-tnoughs of Ran.son, Stanley. D~: I ,,r-a-v-,a,,~ I Her favorite dress shoe in black or " . . I end with her aunt, Mrs. Garland rows, uanny ~l]pp and tamuy, o~ 1 II1-~/I I~ ~ | A white glossy vinyl. T-strap styling with Worship Service [Owens, of Berrvville Va Berryville, were also Sunday I 1 Worship Services will be con-J Mrs. Clarence Sn~allw'ood waslvisitrs- I COMFORT 1 composition sole. 12-3A and 8-3B~ ducted Sunday, April 3, by Rev. [an out patient in the Winchester t Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Mr. I I ....... " c, D. , 4.99 c. S. Reckley. A very cordial in- [Memorial Hospital Friday morn- I ad Mrs. Leonard Ruble and three I I I ~A/1 ~:~)J~)IU vitation is extended to all to at-ling for tests and X-rays.[children, all of Gerrardstown, I I ,rp--,,-- . B tend on th~s Palm Sunday. On I Mrs. Oral B Hughes was an ~ were dinned'guests Sunday at the [ I FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF I Easter Sunday Rev Harry Marsh, ] overnight patient in the Win. home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas l il .b I a former Hagerstown District Su- Ichester Memorial Hosnital Fri- : Wolford. The occasion was the I I ~U I perintendent, will fill the pulpit lday for tests and X-ray's [birthday of Mrs. Wolford's moth- I l here at the Kabletown church. I Mr. and Mrs Robert" Howell, [er, Mrs. Homer Kees. Later inI | ~ I Jr and famfl were overm ht the afternoon, Mr and Mrs Rein Friends were sorry to hear of[., 'y "g t . . " .' ''[ I ~ I the death of Mr. Lee Markle, a lvisitors Saturday at the home of thart Jonnson, (laughter, Jacq.que,] I ~r ~ I - ~s m he arents Mr and Mrs Ral h of Front Royal Va were ws~tors former resident of th'" co mu-[ r P , P I M _ !. :' 7: ...... : [| ~~ ~ ~ I Gilbert Manassa r ann Mrs Lee woizora, oz nity, which occurred in Kings[ " , . s, Va. I '.. , .. : I l ~ ~'~iIL~lIU l r Marunsourg were ws~tors Friday Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg. I M. and Mrs. Clay Carper, of .,. /I I On Monday of this week friends|Boyce, Va., Mr and Mrs James mgnL [l J I ode " Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston, I 1 ~ I aiD[anne and James and the for-I I a=m.,=,=ma, a a..= l mer's nephew, Tabby Johnson, of , titA/INU UIL L Unl~i~lr ~ ~A~ArV ~ near Charles Town, were visitors I I i IvlV//Li I ~ I IIIMtiIHIVltMtlS#/ ~[Sunday at the home of the for-[I I NI mer's brother-in-law and sister, t ~,^. ~r~ Tffi. .. -- t~, = r~ . m i lMr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden, of/ KABLE OIL CO., INC. wasnlngmn t;narles [own near wickliffe, va. Homemade I Ill] ice cream was enjoyed during the I DISTRIBUTOR 725-7321 afternoon. I DIAL S Mrs. Clarence Smallwood, Mrs./ " ~l Emil Martens, of Magic Valley,[ ~ .... Idaho, Mrs Louise Fuss, Mrs. PRF~RIP.'rlflg ~FRVlrF [ Margaret Ennis, Mrs. Anise Kel. [ ~ ~~mm~~l~l~,, ~,=.-.= .v=.. S ley, of Charles Town, were guests [ ~.I'~ , __~p~l~_ I ~ of Mrs. Rose Lee Whittington onI 4~ ~ " I~ lfl[ 111 Ill ~ ll , [Saturday evening at Shady Rest[ ,~-u a I I "---7"---- ..... , , ' , I near Martinsburg. I eL ~ ~, ~ ~ C UT I i i I T.A. Ramey, Jr., son of Mr. and J ~t'~ -']J /ff 7/~ U il Mrs. T. A. Ramey, Sr., of Walnut I nnnnnvr r_nan r, i I Hill Orchard and who is on spring [ I i UUUidpUIL" ai u u ~Pl IrllldP qAI U'lqdPtiP t [ vacation from Augusta Military [ ~'\.~~" | i :,,-k I [Academy, spent several days at/ ~.~~ | I W,,., I I the home of his uncle, Burwell/ l'l~[./l[fllll~ ..... l ! tl .rd:!mnfii lel I IWare and family, Woodbyrne/ ~" gAVE v ............. AV_ T.,~-E ~ I r Mr. and Mrs. William Hough,/ -Farm. Bi-- I I USE YOUR CONVENIENT-- I I 11 I I Mrs. Bill Hough, their two chil-/ ~' tall ,, a,, ! I PENNEY / AI~/IUiM r I ! 4f I I I I d en, Randy and Timmy, of Bak-1- ~[ II I1 ~ Z L ! I CHARGE CARD / * I e-m^m ! II ! Ibrton, were visitors Monday eve-[ I v.~.,,u,,....i.~.~n~.~... I lmTl" I I I i ning at the home of Mr. andMrs, t j./ ~,-~l~m~--,w~- I / | li~'l//l~_l~ ~ ~ Ill ] I| IC. D. (Bill) Mercer. In the near/ ~ I GOOD IN NEARLY [ I ........ ! d iltll I Il I future the Mercer family plans | ....... I 1,700 PENNEY STORES J l 1. Prevents crab grass. Kills I ~ I t| [to move to Ranson where he is I _No Z~ZED tO ngnt wlnl;ry I ~.h ~,r.~ . ds a they I ~ I II [serving on the Ranson Police/ weather tosaveregular- i I o_.--=T_.,_,~ III I w?, cLA:naole::eh%U ehold goods/ ]y here[ We supply the Towncraft compare keeps zt out all seasonl l u ! L-:-='''''''" I J i / . d . ing :hompsonl - Mr an Mrs Irv envelopes, pay the post 2, Fertilizes, too 10 5 5 fer I " - - - ill/ill i I and son, Billy, of Charles Town,/age both ways. You can E. CUSHION-INSOLE MOC TOE ' | tilizer feeds your grass for ~ Imll I I were Sunday visitors at the home/ even onen an account by sole__ro b, rSmthbblaek calfskin upper, leather I fast, vigorous growth. ~ [Ill I [ of his father, Mr. Marshall [ ' ., ~.~. ..... " - " ......... " ' Thompson i vnazz, wny no~ zoaay: to 'o e heel. Leather covered heel- I 3 Kills soil insect. Get rid ~ Ill I I / / " of ~.t~ gr,,b,, a,d ,e~. ~ II / , I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gitts and / ~-,~e~ I~l~ii~il~li~ l -t e cushion insole. Goodyear welt t t can young son recently moved from other soil insects ha / damage your lawn ml~ /I / [near Winchester to the Twin Oaks ] rills/rCVCl~AL construction. 13..99 l " ~/I / I section on the Summit Point-Win-/ SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N | All in one Application! [lie | [chester Road. Mrs. Getts is the/ -- W -- .... ' F. MEN' LIGHTWEIGHT CLASSIC , [ Come in and ask for Greenfield ~ l[ | I former Miss Elaine Boyd, who / 100 . Wasmngmn ~. Handsewn front for flexibility, fit. Black Telephone 725-5113 I once lived in this,, village ~ Dla] =ffi /RE Tri le Actwn ~ ~ / i l HAGERSTOWN biD grained leather long.wearing I I Mrs. Joshua Chpp and Mrs.l upper, - - [ Clarence Smallwood attended the/ ~ composition sole and heel. Steel shanl~ llll l liill lllll~li~lllll~ili ~A I dedication service in the Leetown/ .f,~&-~ VUl Ul'l HIIIH[IIWIilli" i[,ll [Methodist Church Sunday after,l 9.99 --....,-,-. ...----.....-'- -... noo 121 W. WASHINGTON ST - CHARLES TOWN . --/ " .eaa me pmt-Aavocam . n n 9-100i Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. - 9 to 5 Fri. & Sat.- 9 to 9 I Go To Church Sunday l ,,