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April 13, 1972     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 13, 1972

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W U. S. INSPECTED Fresh Whole FRYERS 25, c ROCKINGHAM U. S. GRADE A TURKEYS WE OFFER UNBEATABLE ! rn M EATS -- GROCERIES 9-10 l Tender Loin End Pork Roast Center Cut Rib Pork Chops Table Rite Lean Sliced Bacon Table Rite All Meat Franks Kilberg Beef Cubed Steaks 3%up 49c 79 c 15 oz pkgs 88 c --- PRODUCE--- New Yellow Onions Red Rome Apples U.S. No. 1 All Purpose Potatoes Crisp Western Carrots Florida Valencia Juicy Oranges "3 bag 25 3bag 28' Town Talk Bread Duncan Hines Assort Cake Mixes Clorox Kraft Velveeta Cheese Food Domino II Sugar Kraft Barbecue Sauces Kraft Cole Slaw Dress, n g Kraft Pure Grape Jelly 6-1  loaves pkg gal 2 .'loaf l:pkg 1 bottle 8 oz bottle 2 jar Welch's Pure Grape Jelly 3 jar Rinso FILBERTS 20  bag 77 {;"olden Quarters Margarine 2 cello bags 29  Royal Assort Gelatin 5.  bag 59 c Wayne Dog Food Purina Dog Chow Superior Dairy Fresh Milk gal ctn 99 c ...... Grade A Fresh Eggs Xtra Large Size doz 49 Grade A Fresh Eggs Medium Size Grade A Small Eggs doz 47 c 4 doz 91 YOU2 FEIENDLY giant size pkg 3: 10 pkgs 25: bag 25: bag HOME- OWNED MAI2KET -:.-:-:-:-:.-:-:-:..:-:..:-:.-:..:..:-:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:. HOSPITAL NOTES BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coburn -- Brunswick, Md., a son April 3. Mr. and Mrs. William Pearrell :Ranson, a girl on April 6.  Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jenkins, :12harles Town, a son April 6. /. MARCH 1 THRU =/ APRIL 30, 1972 BUY A _NE_WLAND GARDEN TRACTOR AND GET A GIFT (OR TWO)! Get in on the Early Bird Special! Buy a New Holland lawn and garden tractor be- tween March I and April 30, 1972, and choose: either a GE 12" black and white, portable TV or any two of the following: Black & Decker electric lawn edger-trimmer Black & Decker electric .shrub and hedge clipper Black & Decker .;" vari- . able speed reversing drill Melnor automatic tray. cling lawn sprinkler Stop in today for complete details. PEOPLES SUPPLY ,FARM MACHINERY CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 725-2002 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howell Harpers Ferry, a son April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lineburg Martinsburg, a son April 7. Mr. and MrS. Clifton ePacher Halltown, a girl April 9. SURGICAL Mrs. Shirley Ann Ford, Charles Town. Miss Pricilla Bosley, Shepherds- town. Patrick Wiltshire, Charles Town. Mrs. Lyham Bell, Harpers Ferry I.ori Ann Eagle, Knoxville, Md. Edward Harder, Millville. William Ambrose, Knoxville, Md. Rebecca Nick, Harpers Ferry. Alwyn Stringis, Kearneysville. Mary C. Ford, Charles Town. Charlotte Hostler, Charles CAMPBELL'S MUSIC C0. of Hagersto, Md. Long Meadow Shopping Center PRESENTS A PIANO RENAL PLAN TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Rentals As Low As $10.00 Per Month (Plus Drayage) Rent as long as you like. All rent money plus Drayage ap- plied to purchase of Piano Choose From: SOHMER . KIMBALL KOHLER & CAMPBELL and CURRIER PIANOS CAMPBELL'S MUSIC COMPANY Long Meadow Shopping Center IIAGERSTOWN, MD. DIAL 733-4962 Open 'ill 9:00 P. M. Town. . Elizabeth Hawes, Knoxville, Md Mrs. Adele Cooper, Brunswick I --- Md. * 1 Robert Haney, Barbourville, V a. I Be Mamed April 6 Paul Frye, Shenandoah Junet-t ........ ion / Mr. ann Mrs. ttuzus Houser, "'" runswic [Shenandah Junction, announce Wflham Crum, B k, Md .... (?hritnnhr Pnr l-lrrprg " the forthcomzng marrzage of thezr Ferr'y .................. =--- daughter, Linda Marie, to Mr. MEDICAL Richard R. Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Reed, Harpers Robert Custer, Kearneysville. Ferry. Mrs. Estelle Upwright, Kear- The open church wedding will neysville, take place Sunday, April 16, at Sheryl Wentzell, Bakerton. 3:OO o'clock at the Assembly of Vernon Staubs, Harpers Ferry. God Church in Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Essie Gaens, Harpers Ferry. Harold McKee, Ransom James Watson, Charles Town. David Hoffmaster, Bakerton. Kent Mellis, New York City. Mrs. Ethel Gifft, Harpers Ferry Mrs. Beulah Pierson, Charles Town. Keene Longerbeam, Ranson. Penney Ware, Charles Town. Garrett Faubles, Charles Town. Vernam Thomas, Shenandoah Junction. David McBride, Jefferson, Md. Tina Lancaster, Harpers Ferry. Keith Kain, Kearneysville. Mrs. Beulah Edwards, Charles Town. Mrs. Agnes Kline, Charles Town lRitenou r cut the cake and Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Mulledy, Harpers Page served the punch. Mr. and t Mrs. Dodson received some very Ferry. Donna Jones, Charles Town. , lovely gifts. Mary Barger, Brunswick, Md. Havan Burger, Baltimore, Md. John Hoffmaster, Charles Town Mrs. Bale Mac Kerr Joyce Jenkins ,Summit Point. il MEN WANTED CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK BUYERS We want men in this area Train to buy cattle, and hogs. We will train qualified men with some livestock experi- ence. For local interview, write today with your back ground. Include your full address end phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC 4420 Madison Kansas City, Mo. 6411 ! I nial Funeral Home in Ranson by the Rev. Arnold Hoffman. Burial will be made in Fairview Ceme- tery in Bolivar. Friends will be received at the funeral home Friday evening from 7 until 9 p. m. Rash Road (FROM PAGE l-A) :car sustained injuries and was transported to the Charles Town General Hospital for treatment by the Charles Town Independent All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Fire Company ambulance. Miss I Weller was later transferred to a Martinsburg hospital. Glassford Anniversary With Part,, }was charged wsth improper pass ",1 ing. A small number of rolfivo ! The County Deputy Sheriff's De ........... r r and fripnd hlnd Mr nd Mr !partment also investigated a ea --: ............. " ........... "Y" fend collision which occurred Rchard Dodson celebrate therl .......... .......... ,__; ........ , aoout ll-o amraay evemng on zum weoalng .exmv,.,z-y uu i A ri .... as " " I ^_Jeffersn Avenue which resulted p i . , pary w gwen tor . them by their two daughters, Im_." "'age of $7OO to the two Mr venlcles s. Elizabeth Armel and Mrs. I  .- .... uepuues sam a car oemg Darlene Page. Mr. and Mrs. Dod-I ............ r unven Dy Jonn y. toaaara, J., son also have one son, Mr. David I ,,,nr ' m Annanaale, va., came to a stop ........ at the stop sign and his car was Cake, punch, finger sandwickes, potato chips and dips, mints and nuts were served. Mrs. Robert Independent Fire Company ambu lance, for treatment for minor injuries. Property damage was placed at $500. Investigation of the accident had not been com- pleted Tuesday. Also Sunday afternoon about 2 o'clock one person was injured in a one-car accident which oc- curred on State Route 9, just South of the county line. ' State Police said a southbound car being operated by Allen E. Frye, 25, of Shepherdstown , failed to negotiate a curve, ran off the berm of the road, re-entered the Dies in Harpers Ferry Mrs. Elsie Mac Kerr, 70, of Route I, Harpers Ferry, widow of the late William V. Kerr, died Wednesday at her home. The deceased was born in Blairs ville, Pa., July 7, 1901, a daughter of the late Henry Milton and Agnes Isenburg Stumpf. She was a member of the Gospel Chapel in Harpers Ferry. Surviving are three daughters Mrs. May Vantine, of Route 1, Harpers Ferry: Mrs. Dorothy Clair of West Elizabeth, Pa., and Mrs. Julius (Betty) Evans, of Pricedale, Pa. and four grand- children and five great-grand- children and a sister, Mrs. Robert (Etta) Akins of Blairsville, Pa. struck in the rear by a car being operated by Daniel P. Queen of Arlington, Va. Queen was cited for failure to have his car under control. A two-car accident was also in- vestigated by Charles Town State Police about 4:10 Saturday after noon which occurred on U. S. Route 340 at the intersection of Union street. Police said a car being driven by Mrs. Ruby Auvil, of Harpers Ferry, made a legal left turn into Union street when !her car was struck in the right rear by a car being driven by highway, then skidded off the west berm of the road, overturned and sheered off a utility pole. Frye was injured but managed to leave the scene of the accident before the ambulance arrived. He was charged with failure to keep his car under control. Damage to the car, fence and pole was placed at $900. Four cars were involved in an accident which occurred about 7 p. m. Saturday on the Flowing Springs road near the entrance to the race track. Two persons , sustained minor iniuries and pro perty damage was placed at $2,000 police said. I State Police said a car being l driven by Ruel J. Alford, Win- chester, Va., hit the rear end of I a car being operated by Lucille i Heiskell, of Washington, D. C., I jamming it into the rear end of a car being driven by Robert S. Wicks, of Charlottesville, Va. :Then the Wicks car was shoved i into the rear of a car being oper- ated by Homer W. Ballely of Gettysburg, Pa. Lucille Heiskell and Grace A1- ford, a passenger in the Alford John C. I.aFlamme, of Spring-:car, sustained minor injuries. field, Ill. Damage was placed at They were taken to the Charles :$350. i Town Hospital for treatment and A single-car crash was investi-ireleased. Alford was charged gated about 4:15 Sunday after-,with following too close. noon on State Route 9 near the North Jefferson Elementary School, with two persons sustain- ing injuries. Police said a car being operated by Joyce Ann Jenkins, 17, of Sum mit Point, swer.ved off the west edge of the highway, went out of control and struck a wire fence before coming to a stop in a field. The driver and a passenger in the Funeral services will be held car, Linda Jenkins, 15, of Sum- Saturday morning at 11 o'clock lmit Point, were taken to the from the Melvin T. Strider Colo- Charles Town Hospital by the t Charles A. Curry of Summit Point, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident Monday 'night by State Police. The acci- dent occurred Friday evening about 6:15 on the Mount Pleasant Road. Curry was driving, a truck oed by the General Telephone Company of Charle Town. Dam- age was placed at $600 to the truck and pole. Police reported a single car ac- cident occurred about 1:15 Mon- day morning on U. S. Route 340 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 just east of Charles Town. Police! said a car being driven by Harry A. Thompson of Washington, D. C. ran off the highway and into a ditch. Thompson was cited for driving while intoxicated. Dam- age was placed at $250. Police also investigated a sin- gle car accident which occurred Tuesday afternoon about 5:45 on the Mt. Mission Road. Police said a northbound truck being operat- ed by Delbert P. Costello, of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, failed to negotiate a curve and ran off the highway and into a ditch. Costello sustained minor injuries but refused to be taken to the Charles Town Hospital for treat- ment. He was charged with fail- ure to keep his car under control. Damage was placed at $750. Atheletics (FROM PAGE l-A) South Jefferson Elementary School to Washington, D. C., on! Monday in May. And permission was also granted for Carl Burr and Mrs. Betty C. Scott to take the sixth grade classes from the North Jefferson Elementary School, to the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagers- town on May 1. Once again the board tabled the request from the Jefferson Cou- nty Education Association re- question schools be closed early on Wednesday's to permit the teachers to have time to prepare their teaching programs. Approval was given a request from the Charles Town Band Boosters for use of the Charles Town Junior High School auditor ium on April 28, for their annual Charm Revue. Approval was also given to a request from the Rev. James Holtz, pastor of the Mannings Assembly of God Church, to use the Blue Ridge School cafeteria on May 15. The board also issued a pro- clamation declaring the week of April 16-22 as "Earth Week", and as a special feature of the obser- vance there will be a special dedi cation for the outdoor classroom program which has ben started at the new Jefferson High School The program will be held at 1:30 p m. Mr. Lynn eral Telephone Southeast board and types of able for Jefferson High voted to install type. Regional (FROM eer in a series of agerial I returned to B. S. degree versitv in .-! l a Master of ! Administration problems of th with the Ad lug's Denver o: Penns lvania 1: i lic B/elfare at i Philadelphia. PHILCO" APpLI Wasbe Televislo -. AP FURNI AlwaYS J. Russell 309 W. DIAL Charles