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Married: . At Nain, Va., by the Heart Association in its efforts Dedication. tal. The new arrival weighed 8[ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON' FARMER'S ADVOCATE i _ Rev. John H. Parlett, Mrs. Mamie to i~form the public about Heart Stead of racing i~ Space for -the po~nd~ I5~ ounces. Mr. Sher- J THY?l DAY AV |L 7 lt6 ' L~ ~h McSherry, formerly of Leetown, Disease and the advancements Promised Land, . man is principal and Mrs. Sher-I ......... 7'' ....... ' .... .~ _'--" .'!,I, to James M. Clevenger of Fred- made in the fight against these Why not each give his Brother a man is a teacher of the Rippon .......... "~ I crick, Co, Va ( cardiovascular diseases ] friendly hand? Elementary School I were accompamea oy ~rs Loweu ~ m~mJ~mJ~m~n~m~ " " " " ~usey and Mrs Tony ~eravalo to . M| I Died:. In Weston, W. Va.,Noah1 The many members of the I xxT~ ..... ~,7,~lah, ;o~,.~ Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, I. . " ..... I ~.~'~.,~l,~ E| H Huff formerly of Leetown, medical profession, and your I v.,~ ......_ ,,v:,,,.~ ....... Jr,, and two children, Ruth Rug-/rmgerstown on r maay. ~ars. [ ~[-~:.~ . I~a 7a ;,~r~ ~ ~Heart Association will be most we ve mo muc.n..m store,. . ers and Robert Randol,~h Smith /Eusey and Mrs. Ceravato spen~# ,~Emmmdlm~mm~mr~q @ -o ....- ....... ~o even our Alties, we re oecom- ~- ' the weekend with th latter' i - Voters of Charles Town, by a I grateful for your assistance ;_nlin a bore III, attended the wedding of . e s ss I tJ~)~.~~ ........................... carrying out this program of .~ g .. ." ........ Miss Rosalind Butler and Doug- ter and father, Mrs Mary Kersh-i "ltJ~'~--1 -- t ~s~ueIfor~s~wera~PePls~Vs~e2 u~e "preventative Health Education". ].ror Vl o~.mis nonsense, mere it las Francis Jarsen on Friday, ]her and Mr Elmer'Jones, of Ha-~ " ~ ~ Sine rel ve a terrlole end YEARS AGO 10 20 YEARS AGO 20 bo-a i~sue f-r ~65000 wa~ later J e Y, t T.~+ .... + .... + ..... ,~t.^.. ~. March 25, at 4 p.m., in. Sacred lgerstown. Mr. and Mrs. l~avvmI I C W. Duff was m]ured by a i,er~,a hv .~nn nnn L r y O [,~ ........ ~ ~,~,~ Heart Cathohc Church, Winches- Crevalo spent the weekell~ wath ] ~ ~ ss Shelia Clifford, daughter gasoline explosion while fill:ing ................... Public Relations Director ............. "'~" ."Rr,,~, ~,,~,. ter, Va. The reception was held Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Largen, Mar-[ | ~ ~: .r. and Mrs. James Clifford of a tractor tank at his home near [61) YEARS AGO 601 .... ~ ..... [ ~"" "; ........ immediately ~llowing the. eer~-ilowe. les Town, was chosen to re- Kabtetown. Died" I- ~harlo~ Tn~,n Miss/ ~u~m~ ~n~ ~xuU~l [p~~~. __-.- _ .- m0nY at the ~eorge wasnmgmnI Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orndorff[ MRV[H To STRIDER C0.- ml; Independent Firemen in Apple and cherry buds werel~....~/~liza~.~~ ~X'~llio'"~ ~/ WRITES ABOUT THE I ..... rioter, land five children ,of White Hall,[ Apple Blossom Parade. believed to be damaged by the years ............. ,-s ...., SCHOOL BOND ISSUE ) R~P~ Mrs. Charles Adams was hun-I were Sunday evening supper] ,~ r~ r r~ ~r ~ erge Russell White, Jr., 19, low temperature of 27 degrees. I A:i~no~ +- ~off ..... ~ .... +,1 . University of the Southt .rim gvm~ )ored on her birthday, Friday, ! guests at the home of Mr. and[ ~ ~" "~ ''" "'~ .... ~ ~'~ "~ ................ ~ ' " ' A r' 2 he and r s of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Died: . Mrs. Margaret S. Jack- I ,uloits bv the Baltimore Confer-I Sewanee, Tennessee ] Mrs. Austin Nncodemus I _ p '!1 :, w en s ne __ he nu - I ms. Woodrow Adams and family. [ FUNERAL HOME ~e, sr., of Shepherdstown was son, wife of Robert J. Jackson, at ence in session in Cumberland,: P.O. Box 457 I I~lll~~~~'~ 1 vanu, mr...vnarms Adams., too- I Recent guests at the home of[ ly injured in a highway acci- her home in Ranson; Thomas E. I Md were the Rev C S,,danstrick'- Mr Max Brown, Editor [ *~'~-~'~'~~:~'-~ tared to wnartotteswue, .yd., ..m/ Mr and Mrs Tony Cerevalo were] Charles Town a ne kn i " a " " " J " "i Patient in Hospital the square uance testiva~ in me " " ' J n y, own to h s friends S)er, Jefferson Circuit, Rev Who-Spir t of Jefferson I I .......... t Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ceravalo| ~..,,,k~,.ao~ .... ss Ele hi Har " " gymnasmm of me umverszty oz ~.~...u~,~,.. ~ anor J. W "te of P- "Ted , at his home in Middleway I mas Calvin Jones, Bakerton" Rev. Charles Town, ~ Mr. Elwood Breeden entered[ ..... t and Miss Mildred Sellers, of Wil.| ~erry, was. honored by the Mrs. Bessie C. Pittman, widow of ]H I Stephens, Shepherdstown; West Virginia I the Winchester Memorial nospi-lvirgram. . . . I liamsport and Mr Spence Jerney,| 725-7068-PHONES-876-2683 ,. wether ~ureau ~or long, the late John Edward Pittman at I ~,~ Rev .t ~ william~ Charl~ Dear Mr Brown: / tal on Tuesday and on Wednesday I Mrs. r~ancy ~adley, Mrs. ~ary [ ^~ ~r~,~ " .- ervme as a U. S. Weather the home of. Mrs. .W" C. Chpp, Town .....I ve been following rather he underwent surgery ...... on his left Nmodemus, Mrs. El~abeth. Ad- rver. Mrs. May Rleff, wife of Frank[ Ca-t ~ e, ~'-,~*-end ...... e closely the school bond issue m/eye. He expects to return to hls|ams, members of the Rlppon/ ~!: . Mrs Susan Wilson Mac- Rieff, at her home in York, Pa.; [ o~,.,~,~".~'~.~ +~.'."'~'~..~'~ the county. As a citizen of the [ home the latLer part Of the Week. I Home Demonstration Club, sewed ] ,le, sister of Mrs. Anne Fraz- Edgar Oden 61, a natwe of Char- I Citizen~ Bant- t- he-ome ,~ana~er county and a former student I / Mr. and Mrs Wilham Whetzel [ the C r s Town G neral Hos- I ~'ql~!k ff Summit Point, in Mc Minn- les Town, in Washington, D.C. ] -~ ~e Jeff=-~,~ Cou-+~;' ~'~ie was quite anxious to see Jefferson / and son, William, Ji', mOVed this ~ pital last week. [ ~ ~ -~~ll~lk , Tenns.; Paul Frederick Prop Miss Nancy Anderson, daughter ~ phone Co He'w"as succeded a~the County more even farther ahead I past week to Gaither~burg, Md. [ Mr. and Mr,s,. Austin Nicodemus] ~ "".~m , Charles Town contractor, of Sec. of Agriculture and Mrs.~,..~.~ ,... ~ ~.~.,~. ~ ..... of neighboring counties and the l Mr and Mrs Charles Adams| attended the Miss Honorary Fire t ~~l,~|'||;Ji~'[J~ ?~sten State Hospital; Samuel Clinton P. Anderson was selected~ ...... " ~" ~~ ....... state in educational opportunities [were" accompanied by Mr and[ Chief" of Boyce, Yd., on Fri~ay~ ~ m|'JL~ ~ POWler, of Washington, D. C. Queen of the Shenandoah Apple | 80 YEARS AGO ~a The thought of better facilities [ Mrs Paul T I)ailev, Charles [ night. Mr. and Mrs. Nicodemus / mi~,~ ~ i ~ ), C. General Hospital, Mrs. Blossom Festival. | .......... ~ and more and better teachers and ] Town to Bovce, Va ~to a Blue / niece, Miss Vivienne Cheyerme | m,'~~ ~ * ~ I ] ~ ,~ia Bartlett Leight, 72, of D Shirley Nichols, treasurer of|-~wm" ~" r~.afms som..ms mrm o~ studies seemed almost too good[Rid,e' Twi~ler ~mm~e d~,eo ,n[ Kibler, was second runner up. / leway, widow" of the late J. the 'Jefferson County poho' organ [ ~h..~,~ TZ~/ acres, .... tureen, r~,.:ta..om es west~o,.~oO~ tobe true. I Saturday mgh't~." ........... [M,ss Sherry Glasscock was| ~~ m~--[, ~ ~. ~| ~ ~ght, in Charles Town Hospi- lzatmn, reported that $321,71 was | m.,.~,...f N--folk Va ~...~ _~n I Now a student in a private col- ~ ~a.,. ~_. ~._ ~......~..- | rowned Miss Honorary Fire | ~'~.J]~ m _ ~ *_ 5, -- l~ester Marion Teter, 40, form collected for the March of Dimes/~'~ ~ ~ .~t.~'~" ;:~'~'~.~""~ 'lege, living with young men from I '~"~.~ ..'~"".'~?~.'.="'-~" [ and Mtss Elizabeth Elsea first[ "~l~~ " of Martmsburg and Hagers- campaign. [farm -f Miss Matilda McCurd,, l all over the country, I find my-[ . . . "~. .. . [ runner up. | _ -=_~ - 1 and recently lived in Char-, -- | ---*~inin= ~o~ ......... ~;'_ [ self in defense of my home state / ~r. ann ~.rs. ~wood ~reeuen | Mr. and Mrs Marvin Ceravalot ....... rUTh. 40 YEARS AGO 40[ ........~ _~ ..... Iquite often To admit being a/ nnounce me engagemen~ oz] ................. ~uw. lu~ ~ pvr ~u~v. " ,," " t i u h " " e ....... ~~~'| ni.d. T.n.ri..,. a ..... W [Cttizen of poverty-stmken, back-[.he!.~r da: g ter, Katherine Louis ,|m ......... , /-- ..... .'2"~ ...... "~'-'~-"~'~ ""l ,~..-v "Wect Vir,,inia -sual|v t ~o ~loya ~ugene ~ummers, son ozl I Tacy, aged ~o; near unari s Town .........." - "* .... I brin i uest Mrs. Elizabeth Dona~on, of Shen- .......... ? ? $ " I/James M Gordon, a~ed 24 years,, gs roars of teas ng and q~ , .... ,,o. o,o No Trees Around Your Home... l ~::.:.~,~ J-..~ -~...~r l/ " ~ - ,innr aoout the "state weaned on ~---,,~- ~,--~.~-. ,,~ ,,au,; --o,m .... , Shenandoah Street, HarperS lFe'~leral aid". I always felt that been set for the wedding. , ? ~~ /~/ I~Ferry, was foundered by a rlse m)~ .... ~n ..o,.. .... ~,,,~o + ..... [ Mr and Mrs Buzzy Carroll, of]l Siding Heat Surraund It In The Summertime. ? ? ] th tw iv "" " ............... ~ ............... e o r ers umtmg there , ,, ~~ ~ m| land mv count- as the 'best ~art [Shepherds'town, were Sunday din-| m ........ i " !1 ..... .... I education is first in the minds of I'f the~state~ a county where ner guestSMrs. Lewisatcarroll.the home of Mr. and/I,m ~_~r~~~J~m,~m"~~~,I ~.:~. m[ III~B~ ~| ]its citizens - - a county whose lCelebrates Birthday ill . . . f " - ;-J / a I I :would have opened doors that ~NicodePmu~: Sr and Mi ~:d rs'II Ca as or Alumi r'- I~ ~ In II March i, 1966 would have enabled her young|wendell Whittin-ton "and two II ~f~,rl ~ lijlJL~J U i) Mr. Max Brown, EdRor i Pe0Ple, her ONLY.hope of tom.or: [ sons, Dennis and ~onathan. l i ~~:~" - row, zo gain me gnow~eage ma~ ~llm~P'~r~r ~' III Spirit-Advocate, ] ........... ] Mr. and Mrs. William (Billy)l1 .... " Charles Town, W. Va, . and young son, Billy, of ' Den Edito in equal standing with most other Your .... IS A .... r r: . . . /z ........... .... s w-vl .... '" th,~ ....... ~.~.t 1.-d. vi'Shepherdstwn' were recently, Keep Cool.... .. Comfortable. .... Have Home Show On behalf of the West Vwgmia .. bef "he shall f-llow sltors at the home of Mr. anu Vr~, T~a,~,~-~o~,~ rl~oc~ I~ lnnm ~l dPdP IHeart Association I would like ~ow as ore t y o ' Mrs Herman Swartz ,m J.~tt~ x.,~o,..-~x~u~ x~w x~ /]k 'IP'IP, I ' . young people in this great land. M~ss" P ta Krelchcl~ "'~ and Don ~,||~|| to take th,s oppertumty to thank PamllY il,,o,, ~,,-,o,r ,n~elfish .... erat Now as before they shall follOW]Ament from New Castle Dela./l ngallTII~lll Ofil nD111 ammuoe w IJ~on~" i'/~'tl~e";asi ]n assist~n; the beh!nd. High school students aS[ware, were weekend guests' of Mr. [I Dc U/II'UL bUKUfiFUL FIIIillileO . . ~ . a wnole In wes~ virginia are no~ - -AT--- . and Mrs. Charles McDonald and, , II ...... 1 Mr and Mrs Tommy McDonald II given the background whmh Ill I I would enabm them to enter top| rec'entlv Don and Tommy werell colleges and umversiUes Those .... FOR FREE E ATES CA : _ _ : PMmi ill I " "" |Air Force buddies one'-and all STIM LL THE i--IU~. ~1~ I = &E.~E. i i I' v....J ~_-~,..~.,~,., " who do manage this do s^ on" .... '" " ,half years ago at Edward Air [~~~~ Ill ] theirown. Recently I read a~ art- ~,.r~,~ Base ealif Don was re-[I p Ill i M~l~llS~$11~'&P~n~l'~q~ ~AA " - - Illr wn|hwm I ic.~e.ybi~ ,statedootha~ever h::ef cently discharged"fr0m:the Airt| rm, W, AK$ /KUNIbi !1 ' I V ghnl? i!:!l:gneoS II 441 N. CAMERON ST. WINCHESTER, VA. 667 1525 SHOP 9.00 TO 9.00 lt l .... n__ Ipride. ~ , , and started out He didn't h ve111 = lh'~l.'Jn.. "Al,,~ll ~%~+,!~ ~ ::~~f U~ [ The Old say~g~that todays any difficuity findiing Rippon [~ " " '~ r t.u~.v ~-xttu ~uxu~j II I I youn~ neople are tomorrow's lead 1 ....... " Ill A I .... .-,,=,,,, ,(a.-.w, lk'.,-.+;..-,. 11r;~.rl~1~.. ~ ~ C~;A;....,. : ili 131 W. Washington St. Iers e;haps has been used so I ATrU::d Mrr s. R'o:e shermanll "'"""':""' "' "'-"" 1 Charles Town, W Va. often that we forgot its meaning. " " " " - _r m Ill i Rut it's all ~- very true and the ] are the proud parents .of a baby II Jaloumes... Feldmg Doors ... Wood ~ass Sliding Doers l ~ i l I I 7~mnr.mv i~~ not" f~,- '.el t'm t boy born Thursday, March 3!, in ill wllIillfljmljl ill R r Ate, F TVl afra'~d'tt~atvery'few'oitl~oselead/the Winchester MemrialHspi'l'- iL Ill , - [,lll " I . ,~ _~ ,l _ I [ .... ,,, I l $/M J II Ius, v. L. m w ! ers will come from West Virginia ) .... 7-- -- - I I I o_ 1 When one is a steady follower in| -~ Jr : I II O~tl~ ~ O~xvtt~ | his youth, being a leader as an[ ..... ' II I l adult is almost impossible:, | ' - _ [~[3A,1:)~.~ r]lM~ ~r]r~t~Rl~. |[ | ~ 17 A...~I: .... | Strange as it may seem Ill bet[ - ..- __ ~.~=~-.. . v,,., ,.,-,.,-.,,-. ill -. i that almost all the county's stu-[ .... ~~~'~ \~ .......Alwav~_ ................. FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS |l I ' 1 dents are disappointed. . in the | ~.,..i.. k~--~l~ .... | adults whose duty It ~s to see| .~ ~|l Jt~dl mallre i that the young people are given/ J~[ -'[ i ------ W ...... | the best education pOssible. May.[ I(~1 ~. 1 ~ ~.. ~ ~ I// m~ I mm I I I A Beautiful Line Of i be it would be wise next time to/ MII II1 nl~,llUp Rllt ~" Ill I L III M.~DE .............. RE / let the students vote in the levy[ ~J hl li~lills ILiilLa n ,,~i4Lm mll u .1~ I~u~rLu [ IT WOULD PASS v , ~ | .~Jk . ~' Im V V ~ v v - ~ m m m i ) I | "They who provided much| ~l sellthe following le-i)~ Telephone | wealth for their children, but] fl s north negmct to-improve mere in virtue .... ~, ~ north" ill ,~,~_o~ I ............. | ~tin~"g Nl~e]k:" Tnrn m] | #~t~-~u.t~ / O0 liKe [nose wno Iee~ melr nor-/ tlns L"'" I I i | e~e hicrh h,,t ...... fv' in 'i'h m Cro. Roaa ollow l|l .......... [ ~, use Shepherd Grade Read, l[ " Sincerely,] sl : n ] John Merchant[ 27--HEAD 'REGISTERED And il HOW MUCH Sp;rit-Advocate, " / _:j PUREBRED HOLSteIN ,CATTLE |1 mennu aueu: Cehaaarl~aT?wn, W. Va. / '~l~~~~.,~ "~~~" g Ilols~ln t~ws, re~; 19Ho~i~ e~rs, ~re bred; ml llll~ll~rl|lvmm I respectfully submit that al-I l ntnAugu ;. [ lsherdof II *1fl000/$20000 [ though prayer has been bann~l~ I ili: m -, u e in our cnoozs, mere is apparent- z port ecta . ~~gn~ stanaara safety Jealures, ". ~g. ana are an turtle type rim- i l . C ............ I ~ln ~~_ q~,u* e~ttl~ ale all T.B. I I Your ear iniures someone| ly no ontixct wtm me ~our~l . . . relative to teaching the Bxble. t ~~!~_" It ~he $10,000 ~s the hmtt pay- Why not give Jefferson Count) ..... ~ng for good Canadian HOis~etn Iit able to any one person. With another FIRST? i ..... don't miss this sale. i] two or more injured, $20,000 I A Charge To Voters. ] __ ~ , , FArM MACHINERY l) accideq~.is the limitif onePayableper,onin',s'nem [ FThe/~Xt~rs'm htehedCh~uktgf;:Pa I CH~O~ ALWAY~ BEEN FAMOUS FOR SMOOTHING OUT/ROUGH ROADS ohn Deere diesel model 3010,3 pt. hook, power steering 'il . d |loot," . . " "' ' .... I And right now for a Double Dmdend, you get a buy that 1t smooth out your budget. Deere model No 45 tractorI I 3uagmenc agains~ you, the|aon,~ suc~ to-gemer, | i " ' , we ll end up losing every other sub seller', $olm Deere manure !1 ol,cy pays $10,000 and yott I feather "1 New Holland forage bar. i i pay the rest, If three per., / | / .... .,,,...... 1 Buys on those big, be ttru! Ct vrolets 5ave I! m rear moanted n[ sons get ~udgraents :for / Reckless, Emotional, Hes sett-] / |~LibllL/lI~Iil h"l' 1 never been better' Exnensive ear looks and / ith flat bed; 7 ft. disc !1 $10,o00 each, the policvway~ in motion ..... [ / JIIJ[JUI. IJ ! [ luxury, solid value features like Delcotron " ~- to give freely to all ~rom ucean ora plaater with fertilizer i) 1,_ .... " ( 1Nnlll l[ [ generator, seff.adjustingbrakes, Magic.Mirror Z'~vale T v , ~ ~- ~ .... uu v~cau. ~ker; Now Holland P. T. O. II ............. IT .................... .I | [ flinch. Raght now you can find just the color r~tu " t uo yott neea mgner l~mt~l .v, r=uUillllg Will come, OUL and b " " : n llt; set of tractor II ..... lwho- -- [ 11 ll llfll%11'NlkTllSk II kM'MII[ II [ ody style you want--and your Chevrolet ~ove~ and m~y other art~i~s too~rous to menti0n,r " -- II111 hSeeomeUSor xor healthYur lnsurancv.au~'~ fize, I] what's le'ft f" the"famished~and~ ["I kl~t --.H 1V 1HP, iMH. ........... ........ ~ __.~.~l]~][ k'~ ] I! :-tdealer's making it mighty easy to Imy. See him!__ t | ...... \ ...... ~) ! From Capitol Hill, or should we] NO. 1 BUYS " NO. t CAR8 m r,,,, il sa "Mars ' DAIRY EQUIPMENT U[ ~ [O~r feathers will ere be re laced( NNt ] NoWatyOtl~~d~ltrs [ [ ~ [ ~ [ perfect condition; I I .~ ]b ...... ' P || V ----- - , , , I I I I ~! ~~ow clippers, like new. i l p/~--m~-.',r~, \~ [ May "~veli bring" rui~n~to'"a~on'ce [ J~ . ~guckwl~lt 2-ton transmlss-II Jll~ ~/~. ~roo~ Nation, | ~,~ m o.. , il -~~J#i [ Still there', one bright spot weI knltln s0r ee uysatlm eaeplaee...atmr evre eealer's:ghevl'olet'ghevelle. Chevy [ ~rMItMS~ removed until settled for. I I ~.W'~~:,~ /should not overlook; / .................................. " .............. " ........................................................................................... ~ .......................... l i l ~'~.~'~ /Lets add the Bible as another] ~t~laae/ [ Not re~ for accidents on premises. I I ," ~ I Text Book. / ~ . ~..-=--. mb--~war~~~r~i~)[ ~b~'" , ~o.WILLIAM ItENSELL,MORROW' &uctioneerLUnchen Luncheon R s edenxtm ClerkRlghtig;: W=:l .... MeDen' ldApruAo,o,,.,.,. [l!llfu ,. PHONE, ,m,mo. , 725-2211 _ ,[ "Higher Education",[ 1 Give ur yungsters the bred:: ttheyS~fO,To, fp0/eestehrevme 'therichlywell" ThisdeservewornNatiOn,p.nraseWe hop_"][ ROuTEME! RC ;HAl 1340 EAST '' m I~[ ,,ANDcHARLES TO~r~,CHE VI 10 Iw. VA. . [ ,~u ,[. ['1 , DSpHoNE, 1[NC725.704o, ~" i ,Jet s ma e it meanmgmll e- ,, , ,, ,, ,, , , ........ , , , = .... , , - / ]