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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 14, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 14, 1966

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LET US be your secretary in handling your surplus funds• Instead of paying us, we'll pay you at our present high 3½% rate of interest on your savings. Increase your savings regularly at Peoples Bank. Mrs. "Pete" Bullock enter- Stripes, Herbert Chamblin, Jay paper of general circulation• . SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS talned the Hatchery Bridge Club Milton, Larry Slusher and Keithi May 7 - Election Commissioner ! THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 Wednesday night• Chandler• Asst• Denner Stripes; of each precinct, as designated! ~~________ Mrs. Donald Viands and chil- Douglas Lynch, Carl Doff, Craig dren were dinner guests Sunday Robinson and Frank Howard• by Ballot Commissionerds, shall'Eastern Daylight Saving Time , Secretary of State, or of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolf Badge: Jayson Service and obtain the necessary election sup, May 11 to June 9 - Period dur-IClerk, is to advise Prl Wisenberger. Herbert Chamblin. Bear Badge; plies from Clerks of Circuit and ling which final report of finan. I Attornev of failure to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and Edward Slusher, Ricky Snyder County Courts, not later than icial accounts and statements con-I . ~ .,.a Kim, of Charles Town, were call- and Mike Martin. Gold Arrow; three days before election. Also,ilcerning election to be made. I nanclal reports by cand!dSL,,l ers Sunday evening of Mrs. Mary Edward Slusher, Jayson Service last day for voting absentee bal-] May 13 - County Court sits as 1R , 4,~L~l~ri[~ Bruce Furr. and James Breeden. Silver Ar- lots in Clerk's office. J Board of Canvassers on Friday lKea~ |Me ~oIr|I=A~L~ The Baptist Church is having row; Rickey Sowers, Jayson Ser- May 10 - Primary Election Day. n following a primary election and ] " / revival services this week. vice and Robert Payne. Bob Cat Voters may cast their ballots lprepares certificates of results. ] ~ L rl Mr. and Mrs. David Grove and Pins; Bobby Ott, Michael Coulter, from 6:30 a:__m, to 7:30 p. m.J June 21 - Date ,on WHICH the JSubscribe To The Spirit-A4 :~,P " lg . son, of Charles Town, were visi- and Jeff Ashcraft. One year pins as ame --" ................. ) the hen tors Sunday evening of Mr. and were awarded to Committeemen llllllll lllllll lnua H( Mrs. Alton Grove. John Basch, Thomas Sowers and Willard Lynch. , . . And sin( Scoutmaster, Donal Ctenden- DO AS Many O¢her Local Families Do .... Get Your ing of Boy Scout Troop 23, assist- ed by Scouts, Charles Printz and David Howard, welcc)med Frank- Mrs. Elsie Hamstead lin Whittington into the Boy Mr• and Mrs Norval Johnston, lI, are announcing the birth of a son, Norval Gole Johnston, III, at King's Daughters' Hospital, Martinsburg, last Saturday. Mrs. Johnston is the former Pat Boyer, Jf Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. Norma Whetzel md family were Sunday dinner ~uests of Mrs. Md. ~ r~In sv~ck' Frances Thee, • Mrs. Harry Williams, i _iagerstown, were weekend guests )f Mr. and Mrs. George Ambrose. .1r. and Mrs. Bill Ambrose and ;emily, of Shepherdstown. were ;unday evening dinner guests of ~he Ambroses. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ~;eorge Hilliard were Mr. and ,Irs. Bill Johnston and family, )f Engle,;, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ldwards and family and Jody ?aylor, Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hiltiard and son, Mrs. Aelson Kearns, Mr. and Mrs. Gary ~taynes, Mrs. Margaret Grove and Barbara and Belinda Kearns, all of Martinsburg and Miss Joan Scouts. Franklin received a Wall Plaque containing all awards for achievements he made while a Cub Scout from Cubmaster Brand of Pack 29. Den 1 prepared a very humor- ous skit and completed a most en- joyable Pack meeting• The Cub Scouts are looking for- ward to a tour of the Badger Fire Extinguisher Company on Friday morning, April 8 at 9:30. Calendar Of Events For Pdmaff Election Following is a schedule of the procedures to be carried out by the ballot commissioners, the County and Circuit Court clerks and the candidates prior to and after the May Primary election: April 11 - Ballot Commissioners shall prepare a sample official Primary ballot by not later than 30 days before election• March 11 to May 7 - Voter may make application for absentee Here are some of the advantages of shopping at SCHEWELS! WEST PRICES -- EASY TERMS GUARANTEED QUALITY ---- FREE DELIVERY SPECIAL THIS WEEK: • Combination Sofa and full size Bed • Sturdy Platform Rocker • Matching Occasional Chair • Two Brass-Tipped End Tables • Matching Cocktail Table • Pair of Handsome Table Lamps ballot not more than 60 days l~abler, of Shepherdstown. prmr to the date of any election • Two Plump Pillows Mrs. Joseph Perry presided and not later than the Saturday ALL FOR ONLY • when the Kind-Hearts Homemak- before election. We now pay 3½ % Interest: an all Sa ngs Accounts, ~s' Club met at the home of Mrs. April 5 . On the first Tuesday ~aartha Lewis rest week Follow- -if,-- -¢ ng the lesson on "Outside Home of the month preceding the elect- Bargains in Fm iture for Every Room ........... /,J ..... ~ ...... u,-J ..... :mprovement," the group dis- ion, the election officials are to • : ..... ~ ~ ~ ...... .... : ....... =ussed ways of combating the be appointed by County Courts. /lnl~~ I problem of the use of the quarry Aprill0toMay6-Perioddur- SI3HE d L m~ grounds for dumping trash, ing which Circuit Court Clerks rhe members sent a gift to the mail absentee ballots, between ~~- :: :- spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. t per guests Wednesday .evening of " . ......!i .. _ the 30th day and the fourth day • ~ presment,lv/rs mcnarcl t~arter, = --,===~,,,,, I C. W. Worley. AccompanylngIMrs Mary Bruce Furr after mak- . . .. : . ... , .. _ next prior to primary election. lin arden wno lsapauentat~,ngst~augn- urniture q lc mp ~n) ~I W them were Mrs Lester Henry, g g • .... LI~ U N Mrs • ,. ..... ters Hospital. Mrs. Vmtorm April 25.Last day for mailing absentee ballots outside contin- • Ernest Ware and Mrs. HughMr. and Mrs. Lee Lupton and Goens Count,, A-ent was a-uest Mrs. Mary B. Furr Collis." The group had a wonder-]San~!ra, of ,Arme!, Va., visited at the'meeting. ~ ' ~" [ ental limits of the United States• I ful time shopping in the many[ ~rs. Lup_to~s parent, Mr. and The Evergreen 4-H Club met on April 25 to May 3- First reports ~---~--,~ ~ur~ z~ton ~rove on ~unuay stor0s there *.and enjoyed the fel:[ " ' " • April 7 with twenty-two members to be made of financial state- 19 West 'Cork Street -- Winchester, Va. The Leetown Home Demonstra- lowship and $obff food at the] The young people of the co.m- present. After the business ses- ments concerning election. tion Club will meet Wednesday Worh~y home. ]mu~y home for theI Easter my sion, Susan and Robert Day and April 26 to May 9 - Ballot Corn- STORE HOURS: Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Thurs..Sat. 8:30-5:00 Friday 8:30-9:00 ,, ........ ICiU~e ~a~ss uiane ~ouis, smaent Brenda Willin~ham ~ave demon missioners shall publish primary • mr _Hey ~urr, ot nagersmwn, ° ° " Come In And Open A Charge Account ,, afternoon, April 20, at the home . .. .... .... ]Md, "was a,calier Wednesday af-Iat the West Virg!nia UniversitY, strations. Refreshments were sample ballots during the two o~ ~wrs~• ~ac~ rmming a~ ~:~o ~ " _. ' .... :. I~organmwn, wim Her parents, served by Rejean Stuckey and weeks preceding the primary e- with Mrs. Hugh Collis co-hostess, ] ~rrn::~°nr ms morner, ±vtrs. Mary i Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis. Miss Pam Cox leetion in two issues of a news- 1 1 I ll • Vicki Blue, student at Potomac, M " --~ Mr. and Mrs. Bates Watson me- Mr and Mrs L le Furr and[St- ~" ll ...... I r. and Mrs. Marshall Ritter tored to Hanover, Pa, recently to I im, of charle; were ' and amily, Boalsburg, Pa, were ' " I~h~avne'~rewer ,esc~ez."~ .~j~-.weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. RIZED .Ua aS.i 4RYS LER .,.~'~.~2~ *':: , • Y.'~ r~ •"re2 -~baird .Marshall Mr Ritter, who M~~' ¼ ..... wi~g'~n~as ~a'~s!Y'u~°rganm~wn' is on the faculty of Penn State ~ha,qa~ ~....... Co ege, leaves thin week to de- .............. liver a series of lectures in the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and Dominican Republic. Retiring from the ministry and moving out ofthe state, I will family, of Martinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wing and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove on family, Arlington, Va., visited Mr. sell the following at: Sunday. and Mrs. Edith Thomas on Sun- 136 MAIN STREET, SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. VA. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1966 11 A. M. Walnut chest of drawers, walnut corner cupboard, walnut drop leaf table, marble top coffee table, solid marble kitchen table, walnut love seat and two chairs, 2 beds with springs and mattress, bedroom suite, RCA 21', color TV, antique walnut dining room table, maple drop-leaf table with matching chairs, small desk, antique lamp, book eases, antique ehairs~ baby chair, tool chest, folding cot with new mattress, porch chairs, brass kettle, sewing machine, brass spurs, floor lamp, books, brass candle holders, what.not stand, antique glassware, luster pitcher German bisque, bric-a-brac and numerous other articles. Not responsible for accidents. REV. ROY D. COULTER Auctioneer: EDWARD (Ned) MORROW Clerk: GEORGE W. GAIN I I April 14-1t- I ® WEBSTEit "In every field there Is one outstanding value to which all others are compared. In memorials, that one is Rook of Ages, the only memorial guaranteed both to yOB and to the cemetery where it,s er~tad: You get this exclusive Double Protection Guarantee m, ly with me- morials that bear this seal". 109 WEST JOHN ST• TELEPHONE 267-6141 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD G. ODOM, Owner Mrs. J. S. Locke was a supper day. guest Sunday evening of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foltz Mrs. Jimmy Locke and Lester. and Mrs. Billy Foltz and children, Mrs. Johnny Winkler and chil- Hagerstown, spent Sunday with dren, of Newport News, Va., spent Mrs. Dora Turner. the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mauck and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker. son, Gardie, Martinsburg, were ....... i SundaYFred Smith.guests of Mr. and. Mrs. ~T H [ ' Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter and family were Sunday dinner MRVIN t STRtRR C0 guestSFellers.Of Mr. and Mrs. William * Paxton Marshall, son of Mrs. P. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 725-7068-PHONES-876.2683 II I No mz~n to fight wintry weather to save regular., ~y here! We supply the envelopes, pay the post- age both ways. You can even open an account by mail, Why act today? SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N tO0 W. WasMIq, ton $t. m). Dial RE 9.1001 P. Marshall and the late Mr. Mar- shall, spent the weekend at his home here. Paxton is a senior at Carnegie Tech, Pittsburgh. Miss Norma Whetzel, a student at WVU spent the Easter holiday With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel. Miss June Hamstead, of Wal- tham, Mass., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hamstead. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Swartz were Mr. and Mrs. David Huffman and family, Bun- ker Hill, Mrs. Pauline Jordan and daughter and Jimmy Rfner, Win- chester, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Riner and Cliff Shirley, Gaithers- burg., Md., and Suzanne Swartz. Mrs. W. B. Hammond was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Benedum, Tarrisburg, Pa., last week. Mr. Henry Stanley, Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley visited Mr. Guy Miller and son, Walter, near Greensburg, on Sun- day. Cub Scouts Of 39 Kni#ted In Special King Arthur Ceremony A visit tc~ the Old Castle in Berkeley Springs. March 20. cre- ated an appropriate background for the theme of the month, "King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table," for Cub and Boy Scouts. And Friday evening, March 25, Cub Scouts of Pack No. 39 and their parents, enjoyed a Vaost unique presentation of Scout honors, using this theme at the Pack meeting, held at St. Thomas LUtheran Churcll in Ran. SOIl. The Cub Scouts made models of castles and their own arm- ored suits, shields and weapons. James Brand. Cubmaster, was dressed as King Arthur and Knighted each Cub Scout for his achievements. The following a- wards were receivei: D nner D, You have to go a lot fur- ther for any stronger protection than Chrysler's 5-year/ 50,O00-mile engine and drive train warranty. It's the longest in the business. You'll enjoy the trip to your Chrysler Dealer's, too. Especially when you see his spring special price tags. CIDAA Move Ip... Move ItOW... i CHRYSLER'S §.YEAR/50,OOO.MILE ENGINE AND DRIVE TRAIN WARRANTY ~ THIS COrrelAtE: Chrysler Corporation warrants, for years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects in materials and workl~anshlp and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of bus~ness, without charge for required parts and labor, th¢ en~me block, head and internal parts. intake manifold, waterpump, transmission Qase and internal parts (excluding manual clutch), torque GO~verter, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1966 automobiles, provided the owner has ~he engine o changed avery 3 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and eve~ 6 months furnishes to such a dealer eNiden~e of performance, of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current miteaae. I and Gar aad Jeffex Year th( being 14 h( o]