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April 14, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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L II II I J II f I E m C I (Pickle -- Olive -- Bologna) C Ib L $ 09 B 3 roll 3i $9c C Ib L B C rib I C ea bag s279 2 l I II t ase FRESH, I:::LAVORFU L m J OZ : J OZ " R c $ 49 4i z! 99c J OZ M" :$9o G G oz cans gal P K G gal 35 4-1 oz can ' ,I ' FI21ENDLY HOME- OWNED , I I I ~~l~ I ~l ~ I HI Brigadier General Albin F It- 1926 until 1940 and then after Thursday evening at 5 p m for was presented by Mrs Mary SPIR T OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S AD O AT] Students Named To assistant commandant ofthelF0rmer Harpers Ferry ma ing he moved to Baltimore, [boys of 11 and 12 years" of'age. [Grayson In discussing eommu-IqPuxT~Qrh ~V A z)z)Tr 1A ~oee Y C _ _ _ _ ] Armor School, Ft. Knox, Ky., was I ....... A, Md. for a few years. Then he [ Friday evening at 5, it will be the I nity beauty she said the appear- I ===~,,oun , zffi, .,=l. ,~, ouu r Aff~a ' mlnar I to speak on "Military Strength."] Readent Wdte .t l entered the Army and served [ 10-year-olds working out and Sat-J ance of a community reflects the [ _. ............ ,_.~ ~[ n,,,,,,w v-, ..... j Jack M. Fleischer, public af-I .... . "" " iwith the Army Engineers in Ger-[urday afternoon at 2 p. m. the 9]character of the people. An at-[ "l~ae next meezmg wflj .De held glass conzamers tor gasolm~i air v e h Bur 'm ear old are t e o r [ tractive com nl n bI az the home oz ears W t~ ilam[ the un ortanceof kee ing / _wemy-_._re_q" tvth p. Jeffrnne s_ Countv]f " s. adisr, of. t e eau of[I/,..At._ I- U..-..I..I.. any. He owns and operates'alY - s o r p rt fo. work- . .mu 'ty is 0t o- - -- ^ -'^ " " " "-P - P" e ~ haw ando_,,~,irl~ are ......... arnnn~., .the [ Economic Affa]rs, Department of{ Td~dHOH M gmigWIU i plumbing and heating contracting I uots. In case of ram the same I tamedovermght but is the result ] mona,, on ~ay. ~, az. z p m. Plants 1 away. trom. storage areas..I~ 1 " f lanmn of man eo le a d wall be excnangea at the Ma ed that fzres are caused bY ~ ~'h'~ ~,~,~en~ fr,m the|State, will speak on Economic] ]business in Arlington, Va., He is I days and hours will be followed Jo p " g y p p n j Y _ . v"ariousschoo~s~o~f"the" fo'u~r-"state [ Strength," ] Paul M. Pierce, a former resi- I a Noble of Lena Temple of the ] next week. ] organization. An attractive corn-[ meeting. I factors--men, women, ~nd area who Will be attending a [ Representing Charles Town I dent of Harpers Ferry, now re sid- i Shrine and his wife is a page of ] ~ [ munity provides a pleasant place:[_ Mr. and Mrs. Alan Welch, of i dren. ,~[ special seminar on "World Af-I~gn are: Tuna t~arron, Mar'~ mg w~n nts w~te in ,~rnngton, iFaith Chapter, of the Order oil .... ]to work, live aand play. WellI Bethesda, Md., spent the weekend] Visitors at the meeting..~;~[ ~r~;' h,i,,, h~d ~t ~h~nhordlgaret Byrer, Greg Carper, Bar, Iva. writes trom rionolulu, Haw-|the Eastern Star. [~~~m~.~mlkept houses and yards add to thelwith her sister, Mrs, Mary Gray-lother clubs were Caleb v~[ ~:ol'le,e-~'h'u~'rs~a'~- A-n:ri~l"4.~ .... ] barn Hunt, Tom Kern, Linda [ aii, how he and his wife are enjoy I ] ~"Ul=kl tll~t~t U I appearance of community land-] son. [ Harry Buster, Graham t~:~[ ,,,,:~_ __, ...................... I Link and Do,,- Perks I lug a vacation, having flown to J .... I lrirmlnlllim i/in i aping public buildings adds I Miss Agnes Fenton, of' Balti- I and Mr Van Camp Ther ._ ~,| voun~ Deovle an ovvortunit.v to I Those from Harpers Ferry I Hawazi from Vulles Azrport. I Tryouts For Jefferson I ........... ] beauty and interest. Roadszde ] more Md., is vzsitmg her szster, [ no further business the cl :1 gain an insight on some four dif- | High are: Nancee Bowden, Ida | Mr Pierce re-orts he has been ~ J II IliJJ~TlflM I parks attract visztors. J Mrs. Cabel Tapscott. ] adjourned. .~~| Mary Butler, Bruce Davzdson, Jgllq,/ll/l~l Eve corn nit l i M s ferent phases of world happen-{ ........ . {a reader of the Spirit of Jeffer-/I,tH= l,,=tu,= Ta Rm~,, [ ] ry,, mu y shou d beg n I_ .. .. .... ] r. and Mrs. Charle _~ ~[ z m or b h Jeff Fowler, ~ary Louaen, tansy .-,unn~, i.~wtll ~., uv lw nun w~th a Clea U " ro ram for Kurt~an ULUD meets an Mrs Anme Dzeh we~-~ lugs, "s be'g spons ed y t e/ ......... |son-Advocate for the past 30~ ~ ~'~ { Miss Lillian Myers I " n P p g ] ] d , " " 1 ~ .i~f,[ Martinsburg Rotary Club in con- l~amey ann. l~azy wnt. . years and he has enjoyed receiv- . . . its homes, streets and roads. A ! Mr John Coo er. Jefferson her uests of Mrs. Betty J~ ;| e her Coll Representing Snepnerdsmwn ~~~~lZ~ll discussi P uz~ junction w'th Shp d egel... ~ ~. J ing it every week, be:au,e tpro.]A|Leal011Fl0ldDlamond J ] on of the Lesson followed, [ Countv Health Denat:tment nre.Jln~lliamsport, Md.,on5 | and various individuals and civzc I rxzgn are..~o~ney x~ranson, :x'no, I rides him the news of the where i [ Demonstration Club Meets [ During the business meeting [ sented a very interesting program I Aprzl 3. ~t~l OU mas J~(lSall, ~raun ~lamps~eaa, ~ ~,- gr ps. [ ...... | abouts and activities of many of: The Little League diamond at | The Jefferson Home Demon-I committee reports were gi~en:] for the Junction Ruritan Club at I Mr. Francis Sloat, of ,~] h James ~unter, Donald Jones, o ,, ee~ T e first of four outstanding | ." .. . . .. . . | the pe pie he knew when he lived the Charles Town Legion field | stration Club met at the home of I The Annual Penny for Friend- J the regular monthly meeting J more, Md., spent the W _ ~'| cake a a i to-~ennetn Lowe, ~e~rey ,~laucg, i fers .... l~Irs sp rs ppe r ng on the p | ~ .... -= .... ] n 3ef on County. He also re'I will be the scene of three days [ Mrs. Fred Hosfeld Tuesday after-[ shzp collectmn was taken by Mrs. [ Monday evening at the Commu-] ~ith his parents, Mr, and ' ~] gram was Stephen B. Ailes, of|Margaret ~tose urn~ortt ann t,ozs] ports that his father, James Pie-i of tryouts for boys between the| noon with Mrs. Harris Tomlin co-[Tomlin. Mrs. Paul Miller, Mrs.{nit Center This was an interest-| B. Sloat. ' .~t~| Washington, D. C. and Martin~.| Tamer. | rce,-lived in and around various=ages of 9 and 12 years of age for ] hostess. " ] Luther Rodgers, Mrs. Tomlin, | ing program and club members/ Mrs. Gary Sager has re~ fi~#l burg, former secretary of the | ~ [ parts of Jefferson County all his the Jefferson Little Baseball [ Devotions were led by Mrs Ltt- [ Mrs Virts and Mrs Hosfeld dem- ] and their families gained much- [ home after having been co~,X~o~| Army under the Kennedy and/ =. . ,~ = ,. = | hfe and m the early 1930 s opera- League in Charles Town, it was | ther Rodgers who red the Easter I onstrated new gadgets I information on how to nrevent I to the Charles Town Gener$ ~| Johnson administrations, who/ Al~en0 ~nurcn un.y [ ted a grocery store and meat announced Tuesday by Frank[ story from Luke. The club sang| Thirteen members were pres-[ fires in the home. _ [~pital for the pab't two we e~0 | will speak on "Security Through| I market in Charles Town. He said Manuel, president. [ "Alleluia." The lellos "A Newl ent, two visitors, Mrs Lu~hei~l '-:Mr Cooper emphasized the dan-/many friends are glad to "- | Strength: ......... := ~ Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocateihe reside(i-witl~ his parents from The first session will be held/Design of West V~rginia Meaut ,"| Griffith and Mrs Melanie Mauck. I er n overloadin wirin , use of [ she is ettin alon nicelY,:|:: y . g g g g g g ~: