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April 7, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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As you and your fam y worshlp together, may joy and promise Easter fill your hearts. We Extend To You And Your Family Easter Greetings. (From Page One) You'll be better off so will the fellows who are trying to l at t( gether a ba batl dub:here...... ,.... HIGHLEY RODERtCK =;s he well remembers when a new baby, was prized as an addition -- instead of a deduction I [ And that s the 30 markfor this week! l GODDE LWSE 10T the Kastle team were E. Moore TO SEALTEST BOWLERS ] 291; Amy Alger, 310; Helen Keli- , ~ | can 298 and Virginia Dorsey, 322. The Goode Brothers BuiCk ~u~t Pontiac ladies bowling tea~ o~]~STI~ LADIES' Charles Town, suffered a :~ de-|~ TEAM RnV.Lq ~ ~, fe t Friday evening at the hands| iN w,,mvT A~T~ ~., ..... ~, of the Sealtest team in the Even-[ ...... ' .u ~v~r,,r~z ing Star Ladies' bowling league. | The Kastle's Men's Shop lad- The Sealtest team ~d in |ies bowling team of Charles Town their best performsnce of the|participated in the Maryland season. |State Duckpin Bowling Tourrm- For Charles Town, Gertrude|meat ~Lpged in Hagerstown Sat- Prain bowled games of 130 and|urday Ntght~ April 2, and they 129 to lead her team in three|gave a gotr/i account of them- good games even though thq|setves. were defefated. Virginia Dorsey] The set scot, es for members of had a game o~ 130 and BidAy|the Kast~e team were: Jane Spin. Smoot 113 and Amy Alger IlL [ ks, 290; Helen Kelican, 292; Amy , , _ [Alger, 312, Virginia Dorsey! 306 KASTLE'S LOSE 2-1 ~ami Gertrude Prain, 334. Total ,~,~ .~o~. t,.,~ i pinfall for the Kastle team was The Kastles Ladies' bowlinel team of Charles Town, drOpped a| PEAC~ DF MIND 2-1 decision to the,league leading| Now over 60;000 Post-Gazette West Enders in action in the|r~_flers are enjoying insured Brunswick (Md.) Major Bowling| ~e~ee of mind" for only 10 cents league on the ~runswick ~eys.|a week. ~ Small investment Gertrude Prai~l relied t~ high|gives ~em i~sui'ed protection in single score of 191 m~d also high|case o~ acciderRs whether at set score of 332. | home, at work, a~ play, in school, Other set scores for memberslwhfle traveling and on vacation. WEBSTER "in every field there Is one outstandln8 value to whlch ell others in metn , ts Rock of only memorial guaranteed both to you and to the cemetery where it is erected: You get ,this exclusive ~ Protection Gtmmntee only with me- morials that bear this seal". Martmsl u mite Works 109 WEST JOHN ST. MARTINSBIYRG, W. VA. TELEPI NE .6141 FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner 9th. Mrs.. Kieldsing resigned as ~~~~ Chairman of the Culturial Advis- ory'comm~e~. Mrs. Plbward Clen E--~SN denning was appointed to serve as chairman. Mrs Wilbur Ennis CA~dMERCBU~B: resigned from the Health Com- mittee, and Mrs. Sterling Tenney wasTheappointedArea meetingt takewillherbePlace.held y rooke Blackford, Secy. July 21st at Franklin, W. Va. i~~~'~ The State Planning Conference The Jefferson County Chamber will be held at Jzckson's Mill, of Commerce believes that Our April 26-28; three deligates going public is tmaware of the tremor- from the county in addition to dous impact that the Federal Mrs. Oweh~s, 1he county Presi- Installations in Jefferson County dent. May - Kabletown; June - hi~ve on our economy. Construct- Edgewood Homemakers; July . ion on the Leetown National Fish Rippon and August . Leetown. Hatchery began in 1930 and was ~d finished in 1932. In 1965 alone South Jefferson tan $97,100.00 was spent by the Fed- eral Government for operations and maintenance at this location ub Hears About Fire with an additional $44,080.00 spent for construction work. Prevention In The lime The Eastern Fish Disease Lab- oratory is also located here and Members of the South Jeffer- the money spent here in 1965 for son Ruritan Club, meeting at the operating ~expenses amounted to Middleway Methodist Church, $129;000.00. There has always March 21, enjoyed a program on been a laboratory at the Leetown National Fish Hatchery but it fire prevention in the home pre- was not until 1960 that the East- sented by Mike Pittinger and ern Fish Disease Laboratory came Frank Weller, members of the Charles Town Citizen's Fire Com- pany. The club voted to contribute $50 to the Summit Point Little League to help purchase eqiup. meat and uniforms. Another $20 was voted to send a teacher to the Teachers Workshop. The annual chicken barbecue sponsored by the club will be held in July with the date to be announced later. The West Virginia Extension service will sponsor a demonstrat ion plot in ,the club's annual corn field project. Martin Glaize and Richard Had- ley were voted into club member- ship. Famous Old irginh Free Press {:eased Publication In 1916 According to a brief note in the ~aews of past years from the files it's around the clock protection of the Wihehest~r Evening Star it was just 50 years ago, in 1916, covering the insured whether the that the famous old Virginia Free accident is a simple cut or bum Press which had been published requiring a doctors attention or a in Charles Town for the past 100 serious fracture demanding hospi years, published it's last issue. tel care. The publication which had been Write for complete details: Reg oWned by former state senator istrar Agent, Washington Nat- William Campbell for a number tonal Insurance Co., Post-Gazette Of years, was closed shortly after Reader-Insurance Dept., Box 957, it was sold to Robert C. Rissler of Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230. the Farmers Advocate and clay. cai s me ToBeton L. Haines, of the Spirit of Lo n JeffersOn ~Advocate. Homred O. (l.afifyi.g for---- Four retail-sa~smen of' the Quotations of the Blue Ridge Jefferson County Motors in Char- Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, les Town, were among some 500 W. Va:, Monday, April 4, 1966. Ford de~tlership car and trdck Receipts of all classes m~ler- salesmen in Ford Division's Wash ate, with a good ~teman'd for all ington sales district honored butcher classes. for outstanding performance ~lur- Prime calves top, 43.00, fea. ing 1965 at a banquet at the East tured the sale. wind in Baltimore, Md. Saturday, Choice butcher steers, none; Aprj4 2. . good butcher steers, ~t.50 to The local salesmen to be hone- 26.~; plain to medium steers, red for qualifying for the 300-500 21.00 to 24.00; choice butcher club membership are: Joe Sutton, heifers, none; good butcher heif- ers, 22.00 to 24.~0, plain to medi- Jr., R. W. Bowers, William D. urn, heifers, 18.00 to 21.00; good Cooper and D. N. Nichols, Jr. bulls, 22.50 to 23.50; plain to me- B. L. Crumpton, district sales dium bulls, 19.00 to 21.75; com. manager, said a select number of mercial cows, 20.00 ~o 21:00; util- Ford dealership salesmen will be presented a 300-500 Club mere- ity cows, 18.75 to ~9.75; canners berShip award for "excellent re- and cutters, 18.50 down; cows by tail sales~performance." The Ford the head, up to 225.00; stocker 300-50~ Club was founded in 1950 and feeder steers, 23.00 to 32.00; to recognize the performance of stock heifers, 20.00 to 25.00. outstb~n'dil~g Ford Salesmen throu- ChoiCe to prime calves, 39:00 to 43.001go~d butcher calves, 34.00 gh0ut the country, to 38.75; medium butcher calves, Mr. Crumpton noted that the 29.00 to 33.75; thin calves, 28.75 average 300-500 Club member sold nearly $500,000 worth of automo- down; heavy calves, 21.00 to tire merchandise in I965 to quali- 25.00. fy for the national honor. Lambs, good to choice, 30.50 to 32.00; butcher ewes, 8.00 to kfferson County flora Dem tratb. COmc, Hears Humber Reports The Jefferson Home DemOn- stration Council met in the Coh- nty Building Friday March 15; with t~n clubs represented, anti Mrs. Floyd OWens, Presiden~ pr& siding. The devotions were given by Miss Anna McGary of The Jeff- erson Club. Since' thd February meeting was cancelled, on ~ccount Of water, there was mueb business to be transacted and many ann- ouncements. Better L~ng Resources Corn- mittde reported the Annual Spr- ing meeting which Will be held Tuesday May 17th at :K~e Bardane Community Center, i0 a. m. MrS. Eleanor Glenn, State Extension Program Leader Home Demon- stration ~w~ fie .the speaker. There wfl~ also be en "Art and 12.00; stock ewes per head, none. Good butcher hogs, 24-25 to 24.85; medium butcher hogs, 23.00 to 24:00; heavy butcher hogs, 19.00 to 22.75; butcher sows, 15.~0 to .18.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 2~.00 to 25.00; shoats, per hundred, 28.50 down; Eaeh Monday. Sprl 'Cattle and Sate Friday, April 8. Owles Stephen Handzo Named To i 's Ust At Shepherd College Charles Stepl~ Handzo, ~f ~airmQnt Avenue, Shepherdstqwh has been named to the Dean's List at Shepherd COllege for the first semester. There were s venty-seven Stu- dents named to ihe Dean s List, Craft ExhlbR." These t(~p-rafi~ili~ students repre The CuRurfai ~kdv~ce~nent grot sent soven states: West Virginia, MarylanS, Virginia~, 'Pennsylvanih up :~t~i~ed ~ ,use color slides o~ ~[ Deleware, New Jersey, and Calif- famous paihllhgs for the May] ornia. Those na~ed are students, meeting on. ,Artists and Their ~ carryin~ 16 hours or more or whp Works. A lesbos Leaders Train-| are in the Profess'i0na~l Block and ing meeting will be held in April. ~ have a grade point average o~ The Hea!.~k and .~;~et~ (1ommit-] 3.200 or tter. . tee ~th~ Co,until ~will assist wits ~' ~h~rleK ~oU *b~ ~r ~ Mrs. one ~to0~ ~ ~ i~ 1966. ,t ~oha ani~ J~lia H~a~I~o, is a frtsh The saf$t~t e0n~l~Itte~ r0portedi ] that ~ Imd WHtten to ~ W.~ man majoring i~ Chem~ and Va. Saf~y ~ about ~rh~ t minoring ffl M~tt~i~afics. Adult ~Driver ~d~c~tional Impro~ |H~lUbi'~n~*bill n/~CI~ vement PrOgram, Tentative dateS] A April 15 a~l ~ ~ay 2ad and" into being. A total of 21 full time employees, many of them scienti- sts, work for these two Gevern- meat facilities at Leetown which means that they are the largest employer in Leetown. What is not generally known is the fact that the Jefferson County Board of Education receives from the Federal Government approx. imatety $100.00 per year for each student (based on daily average attendance) Who are children of Government employees of agen- cies eligible for this purpose. This includes Leetown. 85 Sl euts Charles es,. Dennis Kirk, Dottle Lloyd, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCA Bruce Manuel, Debbie Merchant, ~ ______~ --.: Sharon l~Iiller, "Cind~ Payne, Mis- sy Ramey, Kim Reid, Rickie Riley lnnAe ]n~wt, ~e In i Town General Hospital. Libby Ring, Karla Robinson Anne JV"~;~) IHlalll 1/11~=) IH I Eugene Baltimore o_ff!cia1 Seal, Peggy Smoot, Daniel Staubs, ~, ~ ,i. ,, o. , I burial was made in Fairvi~ Patty Spicker, Diane Waiter Mary ~na~es ]own MOSpltal ['etery near Charles Town--:~ Watson, Mac Willingham, Eliza. beth White. ~ I The infant wag born ~' ~uneral services were held Sun[1965 in t~harles Town. ~e~ d y at 1 p. m from the Melwn T. [ ~ . . ".~ ~.~'~::'^, ~ria Viral H. ~'~'---~ Becol~es " " ~urv~vmg m aod~uo, Str,der Colonial Funeral Home in [-a~-~ .... ~ ~u:~t~,~l[ct Ranson, for Diedra Lynn Jones I. . .. ""~ ~":~'*'"]~iv, OfFr emi /At three-month old daughter of Cha. |parents, Mr. and Mrs. ]y, rles R. and Velda O. Walker lRichard Jones na dthe~ur, Jones, of Werrick street, Charles I grandparents,~r a,aM~llMr, and M~l! Potomac State College TOwn , Mrs. William E. Mason, Martins- burg, W. Va. and the late Virgil I 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 H" Malne Jr' has been initiatedl --AT-- into Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity of Potomac State College, Keyser,[l WF_ T END GULF SERVICE W" Va" Mr alne is a's a mere"I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. - ber of the'circle K International, a coll~ge division sponsored by I ?, Purchase Of $5.00 Or More ['! the Kiwanis Club. The Potomac State student was also initiated into ROTH Military Honor Sect- l GOOD FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL ety prior to the AnnUal Military 1 WITH THIS COUPON s. Ball. bwn )unlor Are Named To Honor Roll A total of 85 s~dents at Char- les Town Junior High School ac- ui c~ ,, q red a B or better average during the fourth six weeks of the 1965-66 School term and were thereby named to the schooYs honor roll, according to Roscoe Payne, principal. The eighth grade had 48 on the coveted roll and the 7th grade 37. The list by grades follows: jackets and slacks SEVENTH GRADE: -- Clayton Anders, Sylvia Berry, George Brown, Kay Bryant, Steve Cooper, Debra Creamer, Chloc Daffer, Mark Dailey, Debra Deeds the total-look of smadness Kathryn DeHaven, Darlene Deal- son, Biltye Durham, Elaine Gag?- by, Pam Hardman, Jewell Harold,fl~he solid co or sl cks match a pre- Jeffrey Harris, RobeR Henshaw, dominant jacket. Pretty sma1~! You Vivian Howell, Elaine Jackson, Gloria Jenkins, MitZie Lamm, Mar can't beat it! That's why we suggest shall McCormick, Vickie McDon- you join the "Matched Set." aid, Mike Mayors, 3oyce Ott, Cha- rles Owens, Jr., Beth Perry, "Plm " ~ C)ats fr)m 24 Ridgeway, Rebecca Rogers, Kathy .... " Sims Charles Smallwood, Waiter ( 1 $ 95 Smallwood, David Smith, Claude. tte Strange, Claudia Strange, Gee. fr)m rge Tusing, Eri, Judith p $899 o Walker, Ruthanne Writ. i EIG'NI~ GRADE: --- B. J. Allara, Nancy Klexander, Laura Atien, B~t AnderK Kar- en Baker, J-irn Braeeialle, Sessica ~! i Bradl'ord, Noma Braithwaite Jody Butler, Lynn Carson, Dorry Ces- arini, Jeffrey-Clark, Bill Cleat, Anne Coyle, Brenda Croson, Clara Dailey, Lin'da DoWning, Dabble ( Fellers, Victoria French, Cecelia Green, Terry Grey, Bobby Gruber Joyce Harris, Wayne Harrell, Rus ly Heare, Lyle Hoffman, Frances 35 Years in Downtown Winchester Hough, Patsy Senkins, Mike Jo ~ o~'.#= ~ : - - : - ~ ~ ~ ~o~ toweP the boom on undePSlZed soil toilS. 4f yOu think a convertible has to be small and stuffy to be sporty and spi ed, Dodge hem a happy size-SurpriSe for you. Polara 500. This beauty was made to match th~ exciteme~ 'Of anything on the road. and with all the extras you like. Like Polara 5OO's roomy, all-vinyl intefioY and soft bu ~ket seats that raise eyebrows every time you lower the top. Like Polara 500"s stand- out styling that draws sightseers every- where. Like Polara 500"s standard 383 cu. in. V8 kicking up a storm while you ride in the sunshine, Like the man said--you don't have to go small to go sporty, Go big. Go Polara 500. The Dodge Rebellion wants you. DODGE ~l~tON CHRYsLER MOTORS CORPORATION EAST WASHINGIXKN ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.