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MECHANICSTOWN MRS. JULIA W. VLANDS Miss Nananett Hzitts of Wash- ington, D. C. and Mrs. Joe Bow- or Vienna, Va. were weekend guests with Mr. and Mrs. James hnston and family. : Saturday night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and two sons of near Charles Town, Mr. James Loughbreak of Knoxville, Mr. and Mr. Joseph Ranalli of Millville, sorry to hear Mrs. Bush is still in with a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin FriLLs of + Charles Town were callers on Sun day with their daughter Mr. and p; Mrs. Charlie Brown and daughters Sunday callers with Mrs. Jose- phine Johnston and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Tho- mas and son of Sehnandoah Jun- ction, Mr .and Mrs. John Gray of Leetown and Mr. Milton Popkins of Kabletown. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were callers with his sister Mr. and Mrs. Odis James near Charles Town. Sunday dinner guests with Mrs. Julia Viands were Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway Mrs. Kenneth Mills of Charles Town and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters of Ranson and Miss Karen Wolfe of Inwood. Other callers were Mr. Lester Viands of near Ranson, and son Glenn, Miss Gail Costello of Ran- son and Mr. Albert Viands of the Bloomery. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the late Mr. John Alfriend and the Kline family by the death of Mrs. Kline, both who was well known by the writer Miss Caroline Armstrong visit- Mercury Comet-- Keeps coming back for more. Mile after nle Mercury Comet has more than you ever wanted in a small car--and for a lot less than you think. Come test-drive Comet today and see why it's better than the average smalicarl "Local delivered price. Includes transportation, deaze, pperati,n, taxes and title. Jefferson County  Motors, Inc. Charles Town, W. Va. i i HEATING .... OIL For Your Home or Business Burner Maintenance -- Budget Accounts COMMUNITY OIL CO. Phone Now 725-7021 1111111 II I I I I SPECIAL SALE FEEDB CATTLE AND CALVES Friday, April the 14th AT 1:30 P. M. OPEN FOR CONSIGNMENTS All cattle to be weighed in on Thursday, April the 13th. BLUE RIDGE LIVESTOCK SALES, INC. Charles Town, W. Va. Mar. 30-2t- WE DO More Going On at Home? YoullHee.d Hore Wrong More appliances? More TV, stereo, lamps? Then it's time to update and safety-check present home wiring. Then, when everything goes on, nothing goes off. Low cost. MAGAHA, INC. Electrical Contractor Appliance Center DIAL 725-5516 - Charles Town ed her friend, Miss Carla Chamb- I and Mr. Lyle Furr. lin who has been a patient in the I Visitors with Mrs. C. C. Hen- Charles Town General Hospital. [isha w have been, week before Carla we all wish you a speedy iEaster were Mr. and Mrs Marion recovery. Henshaw and family of Cuyahoga Mrs. Mary Chapman and sister lFalls, Ohio spent several days, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell and Mrs. Frank Kearneysville and son two children were Sunday callers Phillip of New Jersey spent sev- with Jerry's parents, Mr. and rMs. Powell at Leesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Brown and daughter Missy of Shenandoah Junction were Sunday callers with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Armstrong and family. LEETOWN MRS. MARY BRUCE FURIt The Leetown Ilozne Demonstra tion Club will meet at tim home of Mrs. Robert Whitmore April 19 at 1:30. Preaching in the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 9 o'clock Sunday School at I0 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming have returned home after visiting their son and claughter in law Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming Jr. and children in England. Sorry to note the death of Frank Chapman, Mrs. Agnes Kline and Mrs. Sarah Weisenberg our older friends are passing on. Visitors this past week vth Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr have been Mrs. Alton Grove, Mrs. tSanley Kelley of Charles Town and sis- ter, Mrs. George Chapman of Berryville, Va., Mrs. J. S. Locke -- IIII IIIH IIIIIII IIII I RIDEOUTT'S Dry Cleaning "By Our Work We Shall Be Known" Serving Charles Ton For Over 51 Years. All Work Done In One Plant. Mon.-Thurs. 8 to 5 p. m. Friday 8-6 - Closed Saturday 415 W. Liberty Street Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 725-2812 Apr. 10-6Mos. I + III I WANTED - WANTED WANTED WANTED PoEtical Items Anything Pertaining To A Presidential Election From 1789 to 1960 . SUCH AS- Pinback Buttons, Badges Ribbons, Glassware, Posters Medals, Sheet Music, Pottery Cloth Items, etc..-- The following are the prices we will pay for Pinback But- tons picturing both the Presi- dential & Vice-Pres. Candi- dates of each PaVcy -- $500.00 - Cox-Roosevelt $75.00 - Roosevelt - Johnson $75.00 - Davis - Bryan 50.00 - Harding - Coolidge $35.00. Cox - Corrigan 25.00 - Foster - Gltlow - 25.00 - Maloney. Remmel $20.00 - Smith - Robinson $20.00 - Debs & Any V. P. $20.00. Wooley. Metcalf $20.00 - Barker - Donnley $20.00 - Bryan. Watson $20.00 . Foster - Ford $25.00 - Tilden - Hendricks 25.00 - Hayes - Wheeler $25.00 - Seymour - Blair $25.00 . Grant . Colfax $10.00 - LaFolette . Wheeler* $10.00 - Hughes - Fairbanks $10.00 - Willkie . McNary $10.00 - Hoover -Curtis $10.00 - Roosevelt -+ Gardner* $8.00 - Landon - Knox ** $8.00 - Cleveland - Stevenson $8.00. Chef in - Watkins $8.00 - Dewey - Bricker $8.00 - Turman - Barkley $7.00. Roosevelt - Truman $6.00 - Handley - Landrith $6.00 - Lemke* - O'Brien $6.00 - Browder - Ford $5.00 - Wilson - Marshall $5.00 - Parker - Davis $5.00 - Coolidge - Dawes 3.00 - Taft - Sherman 3.00 - Stevenson - Kefauver $3.00 - Roosevelt . Fairbanks $3.00 - Mckinley - Roosevelt $2.00 - Stephenson - Sparkman $2.00 - Dewey - Warren $2.00 - Roosevelt. Wallace $3.00 - Byran - Sewall $3.00 - Bryan. Stevenson $2.00 - Eisenhower - Nixon $1.00 - Kennedy - Johnson * - Not Bronze Medal - Not Drawn Pictures + Slightly Less For Single Picture Buttons -- WRITE or CALL: LESLIE'S ANTIQUES 610 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-7512 or after 5 P. M. Call 725-2981 Check your attics & base- ments & your button jars. Save This Ad for Reference eral days over Easter, Mrs. Jessie Hess of Washington, D. C. is still with her and Mr. William Hen- shaw and son were also visitors. MARKET REPORT Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, Inc. The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va. Monday April 10, 1972. Receipts of all classes light, Good butcher steers $29.00 to 31.50; plain to medium steers 25.00 to 28.75; good butcher heif- ers 27.00 to 29.00; plain to med- ium heifers 23.00 to 26.75; good bulls 27.00 to 29.00; plain to reed ium bulls, 24.00 to 26.75; com- mercial cows 25.00 to 27.00; utility cows 22.75 to 24.75; canners and cutters 22.50 Down; cows by the head Up to 300.00; stocker and feeder steers 26.00 to 37.00; stock and feeder heifers 23.00 to 35.00. Choice to prime calves 55.00 to 60.00; good butcher calves 49.00 to 54.75; medium butcher calves 44.00 to 48.75; thin calves 43.75 Down; heavy calves 30.00 to 39.00 choice lambs Up to 32.75. Good butcher hogs 22.65 to 23.30; medium butcher hogs 22.00 to 22:50; heavy butcher hogs 20.50 to 21.75; butcher sows 17.00 to 18.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 21.00 to 22.25; shoats per hundred Up to 28.50; pigs per head Up to 16.00; boars Up to 17.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start ll:OO A. M. - Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. Each Monday. Byron H. Webb bins Dairy Research Staff In Washington, D. C. Byron H. Webb, former Chief Dairy Products Laboratory, U .S. Department of Agriculture, has joined the staff of Dairy Research Inc., it was announced today by Dr. Richard E. Farrar, DRINC's executi,e vice president. Dr. Farrar said that Webb would continue to be stationed in Washington, D. C. and would be engaged principally in the af- fairs of DRINC'sDairy Develop- ment Division. - All of Byron Webb's working years have been spent in the dairy industry, milking cows while in high school, and after college as an ice cream maker. From 1926 to 1951, he was in the USDA Dairy Research Laboratories, and from 1951 to lYG0 was with National Dairy Research Laboratories, a division of Kraftco. He returned to the USDA in 1960. At National Dairy Research Lab oratories he served as Director of Research, involved with the work of some 150 scientists. He cooper- ated with work at MIT that re- sulted in the discovery of kappa casein. He worked on animal nut- rition in connection with feed products, was involved in exten- sive research to devise milk pro- ducts for the baking and candy industries, as well as waste dis- posal programs. T. I. Martin, Former Mgr., Pith Theatres, Died In Culpeper, Va. Thomas Irving IT. I.) Martin, former manager of the PiLLs-Jeff erson Theatres here some years ago, died March 28 at the Culpep- erVa: hospital. He was 80 He had retired in 1969 as vice president and district manager of the PiLLs Theatres in Virginia. He was a member of the Culpeper Town Council for 27 years, serving as mayor for the last 12 of those years. He was very active in civic and community affairs in his home town and county. He had many friends in Charles Town and the county and was always ready to lend any assistance and help in any way he could for the benefit of this comnmnity. Another In Series Of Chmc.h Page Ads For Spirit.Advocate A new series of Church Page ads begins with twenty-two local business firms as sponsors in this issue of The Spirit of Jefferson- Advocate. This feature, one of the best Church series of ads, has been a weekly feature of this newspaper for more than thirty- five years and has always created much interest among this news- paper's wide readership. Just recently the Keister Adver rising Service, Ine. of Strasburg, Va., was the recipient Of its '14th award from Freedoms Foundat- ion, of which President Richard Nix0n is honorary chairman. This is the third "Distinguished Serv- ice Award", in the advertising category, that the Keister Service has received. Produced for over one-quarter century, this fine religious,adver- tising series is presently appear- ing in over 1,000 newspapers throughout the United States and, her son in law and daughters, Dr. I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERJ Canada. We heartily endorse and Mrs. John Potter, Misses I THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 again this fine series of Church Mary Ellen Hendricks, and Miss features in our newspaper and Suzanne Myers in Monterey Park + hope that our readers will con- California. t that he had sustained injuries and the Deputy Sheriff' tinue to patronize the firmswhich Recent guests of Mrs. Clarence I was taken to the Charles Town Mr. Allison was in make it possible, i Wright were, Mr. Junior Wright  General Hospital for treatment, ed in the accident. _'---- ".and daughter Robin, of Alexand-IActually Mr. Allison was not a -- la: Tn R flffrmt k. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bobby passenger in either of the cars, he w,,,, .w .. v, ,,-,. Wright and son Robert of Clarks- just happened to be at the emerg AHD burg, W-. Va., Mrs. Doris Grant ency room of the Charles Town For Parents May 3 A special seven week, one-night per-week, course in Modern Math emetics for parents will be offer- ed at the Charles Town Senior High School as a part of the Jeff erson County Continuing Adult Education Program beginning May 3rd. The course is specifically designed to provide parents, hav- ing children in the public schools where modern math is taught, with an understanding of the con cepts and skills involved in the "new" math. All residents of Jefferson Cou- nty, 18 years of age and older, are eligible to enroll in the free course and may do so by phoning 725-0834. Local Men Attended Two-Day State Farm Leaders Conference Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz is not going to be satisfied until farmers earn returns on their labor and investments that measure up fully to what city people are making, a top U. S. Department of Agriculture offic- ial told some 200 federal farm program workers here Tuesday (April 4) evening. Seeley G. Lodwick, executive assistant to the administrator of USDA's Agricultural Stabilizat- ion and Conservation Service said, "Secretary Butz put it on the re- i cord just the other day, saying he is going all out to see that farm- ers get higher prices and higher net incomes, that farmers keep control of farming, and that young farmers and small farmers have a decent break." Lodwick was the banquet speak er at a 2 day conference of State and County office workers of the West Virginia ASCS. West Virginia's Commissioner of Agriculture Gus R. Douglass blasted a new census proposal to change the definition of a farm. Under the change, a farm would be defined as one with a net in- come of $5,000 or of $10,000. Doug lass said if the larger limit de- finition is adopted, West Virginia would lose 95' percent of its farms He believes a more equitable way of defining a farm would be on its production. Robert J. Mondloch, assistant to the director of the Conservat- ion and Land Use Programs Div- ision of ASCS, told the conferees, "We must think in terms of pro- viding cost sharing to solve those environmental problems that have an impact on the public." He was referring to ASCS's Rural Enviro nmental Assistance Program (REAP)+ in which the USDA shares the costs with farmers, usu ally 50-50, for carrying out agri- cultural practices aimed at im- proving our environment. Other sessions at the confer- ence, included a panel on rural development and one on public information. Attending the con- ference from Jefferson County were Howard Sagle, County Execu Live Director, and Richard A.. Dailey, member of the County ASC Committee. Winners in Weekly Duplicate Bridge Play Winners in the weekly session of play of the Charles Town Dup- licate Bridge Club held April 5, at the Jefferson County Civic Center were Col. John Allen and Mrs. Sedon Lacy. Second place honors went to Mrs. Harriet Hays and Mrs. Judy Moler. The public is invited to join in play held each Wednes- day evening. SHENANDOAH JUNCTION MISS ULLI Baby Shower Mrs. Richard Myers was guest of honor at a surprise baby show. er given by Mrs. Floyd Ferrell, Mrs. Ralph Ferrell, and Mrs. Char les Padgett, at the formers home Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. A delicious luncheon was served, after which games were played. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Hewett Grove arid Miss Lillian Myers. The door prize was won by Mrs. Charles Maconaughey. There were many beautiful gifts. Guests were Mrs. Estelle Faulters Mrs. Bessie Mace, of + Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. James Donivan, Mrs. Hewett Grove, Mrs. Nelson South ard, Mrs. Homer Ferrell, Mrs. Eddie Breeden, Mrs. Edith Tho- mas, Mrs. James Padgett Mrs. Roy Shirley, Mrs. Charles Walker Mrs. Charles Maconaughey, Mrs. Raymond Weller, and Miss Lillian M."^-" Katy Hare, of Paw Paw, W. Va. spent Easter with her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Sloat. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Miller and children spent Sunday with his father, Mr. BaSil Miller, in Shen andoah, Va. Mrs. J. Clive Myers, is visiting of Sarver, Perma. and son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grant of California. Mr. Grant will leave for Korea the first of May. Mr. and Mrs. Hewett Grove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferr- ell and son and Mrs. Floyd Ferr- ell and daughter Diane and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pdgett and baby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Padgett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Myers and family, of Baltimore, Md. spent Sunday with his brother and sis- ter in law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Myers. Mrs. Grace Hilbert, wife of the Rev. John Hilbert continues to slowly improve in Norborne Nur- sing home in Martinsburg. We are all looking forward to the day she can come home. Albert E. Allison Was Not Involved In Road Acddent In County In a story carried in the Thurs- day, March 23, issue of 'the Spirit of Jefferson Advocate reporting a series of motoring accidents and other matters handled by the Jef ferson County Deputy Sheriff's department over a period of sev- eral days, it was in advertently, but incorrerctly reported that Albert E. Allison, of Alexandria, Va., had been involved in an auto mobile accident. The story stated that Allison had been a passenger in one of two cars involved in an accident which occurred Satur- day evening, March 18, on State Route 9, near Charles Town, and Vote For HERBERT C. JACOBS Hospital when the persons who were injured in the accident arriv ed at the hospital. Some how the name of Mr. Allison got listed as one of the persons involved in the accident, when he actually was at the hospital for other reasons. This newspaper has since report- ing the accident, learned from FOR BOB'S LAWN & SALES and At PhilEps 66 Station-RL 9 Charles Town, W. Va. 15 H. P. Hydrostatic Drive Reg. $1754 - Sale $1454 You SAVE $300 12 H. P. Hydrostatic Drive Reg. $1619 - Sale $1369 You SAVE $250 10 H. P. 6-Speed Forward 2-Speed Reverse Reg. $1349 - Sale $1149 You SAVE $200 8 H. P.3-Speed Forward-One ReverSe Reg. $869 - Sale $744 You SAVE $125 3 H. P. Tiller. 5 H. P. Tiller 19" Mower - 21" Mower 7 H. P. Tractors - 5 H. P. Tractors Open 7 a. m. to 9 p. IlL Dial 725-8946 Republican Candidate For Sheriff JEFFERSON COUNTY A WINNER IN NOVEMBER Your Vote And Support win Be Appreciated Apr. 13-4t- I I I memorable memorials Exclusive Sealrnark Rock of Ages Memorials are truly menmrable. Each is distinc- tive. Each has a strength of character that sets it apart from ordinary menmrials. These are memorials you can be proud of, memorials that will mean something special to your family and friends.., for generations to come. Let us show you these memorable. Rock of Ages Memorials. AUTHORIZED DEALER Martinsburg Granite Works Floyd C. Odom, Owner 109 W. John Street DIAL 267-6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. tml  IIIll Customer Parking JACK IL KEITER REPRESENTATIVE PUBLIC SAL I will sell the following at the Lee Anderson eated 2 miles South of Gerrardstown, W. Va. Corner Grocery. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 197 ! 11:30 A. M. Mantle clock; oak rnd. table; walnut corner hundred years old); 8 Antique chairs; 3 chest of drawers; old sewing machine; 2 pidor; iron tea kettle; brass kettle; organ stool; safe; refrigerator; 5 reclining, chairs; chunk stands; 2 battery radios; radio; kitchen cabinet; pitcher; 12 Gauge shot gun; cedar chest; old & books; metal cabinet; washing machine; gas Two iron pots; electric blanket; kraut cutter; irons; lot of dishes; lot of jars and crocks; old cradle; 2 butchering kettles; wooden planes; boards; grind stone; lot of tools; corn sheller; Champion 400 forge; anvil; vise; garden large tool box; lot of clamps; blacksmith tools; plow; flesh forks; hammers; saws; brace and bitS; buckets; bed linens; ironing board; pots; pans; other articles. TERMS OF SALE: CASH Not Responsible For Accidents. Auctioneer - EDWARD "Ned" MORROW Clerk - GEORGE W. GAIN April 13-1t- A THE FREDERICK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY AT THE FAIRGROUNDS . FREDERI TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1972 11:00 A. M. 50 -- HEAD -- 5.0 Of Maryland's Best Registered Holsteins Selling 20 Cows due near Sale Time. 20 Bred Heifers - some due near sale time, and fall. 8 Sensational Heifers - all born right to shoe pedigrees. 2 Young BUlls - both with lots of promise. The Greatest Group Ever in a Frederick Daughters of Whirlhill Kingpin, Glenaftn Gar-Bar-Daie, Burke Kate, Romandale Kingstead Ivanhoe, A Citation Soverign, Ideal Fury Reflector, Paclamar Astronaut, Charm, Glenafton Rag Apple Charmer, Skokie Dams of a'nimais selling have records to with many over 18,000M and 650F. The type is outstanding, including a number show prospects. Don't miss this very special sale and the purchase quality Holsteins. Spomored By: Frederick County Holstein A. DOT REMSBURG. Sale Jefferson, Maryland 21755 /