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about |ocofing ALL your income tax de- ductions? Then relax! If you pay by check your stubs will provide all the evidence. I I A COMMUNITY CORN ERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3˝ Percent On Savings Accounts III I I Davis Bkins 6ires Water System To Viet Nam 0rphan je Davis Elkins, of Elkins, W. Va., a member of a prominent West Virginia family, who is well- known in this section and this county, has, at his own expense and through his own efforts, given a Vietnamese orphanage, which provides for some 400 child ten who have lost their parents in the war, with a safe and adequ- ate drinking water system. The story of the humanitarian efforts on the part of young Elkins in helping to alleviate the tremenduous suffering and hard ships which the Vietnamese child ren and people are suffering as a result ˘)f the war, was related by another West Virginian, Lt. Will- iam Harris of Morgantown. Lt. Harris is with the Army in South Viet Nam. Lt. Harris said Elkins saw the plight of the orphanage and the it with respect to safe drinking water as he went about his job of distributing relief sup- plies in Viet Nam. On arriving at the orphanage he found the only source of water was some one and a half miles away and that the only way to get it to the orphanage was by carrying it by hand in buckets. Before he left the area he had arranged: at his own cost, to have a water system installed and in operation at the orphanage. Elkins, who h~s visited this county and this section numerous Having reduced my herd and limiting my farming operation, I will sell the following articles at my farm, located off the end of Euclid Avenue, (Turn off State Route No. 340 at Citgo gas station, Charles Town, W. Va.) on: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1966 Sale Starting at 1:00 P. M. (D.S.T.) Fordson Dextra Tractor (Did~el). Ford Mower (with 3 sets of Blades). Ford Hay Conditioner Ford Baler (Model 250). Ford Pickup Rake. Ford Cultivator. 2 Ford 14 inch Bottom Plows. Cobey Cultipacker. John Deere Hay Fluffer. John Deere Disc Harrow (8 fL wide). Metal Corn Crib (200 bbl. capacity). Mayrath Elevator (32 ft. long). t New Idea Manure Spreader. John Deere Sord Corn Planter withi (2 sets of platts.) David Bradley Heavy Duty Wagon with side boards. Boom Sprayer with Attachments. Adjustable Furrow Cribs. David Bradley Suburban Riding ~ractor with (3 Point Hitch; Briggs & Stratton Engine). Bulldozer Cultivator. Plow, Mulcher and 3 blade Rotary Mower; Metal and Wooden Troughs; 2 Metal Feeders (8--4 hole); 1.Ton 1962 Wfllys4eep, 4-Wheel Drivel, with oak cattle racks, bed and loading ramp, 10,000 miles; About 10 bbL of Corm Other articles not ment- ioned. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for." AUCT. NOTE: This equipment is all like new and worthy the attention of better buyers. PAUL WILSON ' OWNER Auctioneers: MILLER & THARPE Clerk: C. W. MOORE March 31 - April 14 - April 21 Town Call; May0r, Five M y26 The issuance of a call for a municipal election and discuss- ions on cable television, clearance of slum properties and the raising of the traffic lights in downtown Charles Town, were the high- lights of the regular meeting of the Charles Town Council Mon- day night April 4. A call for the holding of the annual municipal election on Thursday, May 26, for the election of a Mayor and five Councilmen, was issued. Charles Town elects four councilmen each year and a mayor every two years. This year however, with one of the incumb- ent councilmen, Vivan Bush, mov- ing from the city, it will be necessary to elect five council. men, two in one ward and one in each of the other three city he will not seek re-election, tie said he has served a period of 10 years on the Council and does not desire to continue on the Council. Howard L. Sechrist, the council- man in the first ward whose term expires this year, is also expected to seek re-election, although he has not stated his intentions. Edward L. Braxton, incumbent second ward councilmah thinks he will seek re-election, while Dr. D. C. Master, whose term expires in the third ward this year, has not made any comment on his intentions. The hold-over Councilmen are: James Seneseney, Richard Funk, and Robert Nicewarner, all Of whom were elected last May for two year terms. In other action the City Fath- wards. Four of the eight Council- men still have a year to serve under the rotating election sy- stem which Charles Town follows. It will be the fourth ward that will be electing two councilmen this May. Mayor ,Carson, who has been serving in this municipal capacity for the past 18 years, has not yet stated whether he will seek re- election for the 10th two-year term. It is expected, however, that he will. Dewey Ambrose, who is one of the Councilmen in the fourth Ward, along with Bush, has stated Mrs. Julia Viands Miss Emmy Bradley and Mr. Jr. Layman, of Charles Town, were Saturday night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mrs. Robert Webb and chil, dren, of Shenandoah Junction, were last Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts. Miss Susie Ott, of Ranson, held a Stanley party at the home of het~ aunt, Mrs. Garland Henry, on Monday night. There were quite a few present. The demonstrator was a lady from Martinsburg. Re- freshments were served by Mrs. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. David Henry from Boston, "Mass., Mrs. Catherine Burns, Mr. and Mrs. John Hampton and sons, of Baltimore, spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry. David Lee has times in connection with Republi- just been released from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush were can political candidates and pro. Sunday night callers of Mr. and grams, is in the lumbering and Mrs Martin Grimes and family, mineral business in central West near tow/L Saturday callers of Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. Lester Viands and son, Jackie, of Romney, Miss Ann Whipp, of Millville, Mr. Ir- vin Hodges and nephew, Gregory Viands, of Kearneysville. Misses Mary Jane and Mona Wolfe, of Arlington, Va., spent the Easter vacation with Misses Mary and Nancy Viands. Miss Nancy Popkins and broth- er, Garland, of Baltimore, Md., spent Easter with their father, Mr. John Popkins, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David Henry, of Boston, Mass., were Saturday ily In Ran~on. Mr and Mrs. Gordon Nicker. son, of Front Royal, Va., spent the weekend with her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong and son. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush called on Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins in Kabletown on Sunday afternoon they ~ound Mrs. Pop- kins in a cheerful mood. Lt..Governor Michael Will Visit Charles SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE / THURSDAY, APRIL 1:1, 1966 . Room of the Turf Diner at 6:15, official visit ~o the club. "------- with a visit from their Lieutenant Then following the meeting Governor, William Michael of April meetinu of the Board Keyser, W. Va. Directors will be held.MPLETE A member of the Potomac State College faculty in Keyser, Mr, P A .^ ..,m.. SUND SPXRIT { m~ehael, a charter memloer ot~ the ~lU |U ~,nul~.n Keyser Club, will be m...., aking a______~n -----~ _.._.-~RSDAy, West Virginia applegrowers get good mite and mildew Town Kiwanis Tonight Members of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club will be honored this evening at their weekly dinner meeting to be held in the Rib I_ I1[ ers voted to purchase a plot of RANSON W VA. six acres of grourld joining the[ , • water company property onI ...... Water street, from the Dixie-Nar- [ Thurs..Fri..Sat. April 14-16 co Company. The purchase pricel.. .. _~ .... ~." ...... uean mar~m ~ranK ~lna[ra was stated as $1,800. The prop- I erty currently has five houses Deborah Kerr on it. Plans are to use them as storage space for the water com- pany. Council was informed by the Potomac Edison Company that it had brought all traffic lights i in the municipality to a heigth of 14 feet six inches and will al- So install "No U-Turn" signs on each light. were in Winchester, Va., °nSun" day evening visiting friends. Mrs. Doris Herndon and daugh- ter, Melody, of Ardmore, Md., and Mr. Fred Vance, of the Navy; spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts and with Mr. and Mrs. Fritts they were dinner guests of Mr. Leon- ard Fritts in Charles Town. Messers Baker Brothers and children, of Bunker Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward and children, of Bakerton, spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Ashby and family ..... Easter visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton were. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Milton, of Warrenton . Vao, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcas and children, of Winchester, Va.,. 'qV[arriage On The Rock" In Warnercolor SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "COKE PARTY" Admission - An empty Six, Pack of Coca-Cola Bottles or 25c. Clint (Cheyenne) Walker "Gold of the 7 Saints" CARTOONS ~ FREE GIFTS Sum-Mon,.Tues. April 17-18-19 Ann Margaret . Louis $ourdan "Made In Paris" In Metrocolor Virginia on an extensive scale. He is in Viet Nam on a relief miss- ion sponsored by the Young Re- publicans, the Young Democrats, and the Junior Chamber of Com- merce. He has, for the past three months, been charged with distri- buting some 2,400 tons of relief supplies provided by these three organizations, to the needy of South Viet Nam. A plaque commemorating West Virginians who have died in Viet Nam and honoring Elikins for his generous gift, has been erected at the orphanage by those directing it. ! t STARTS WED., APRIL 20 WALT DISNEY'S "THAT DARN CAT'" HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. Yep, that's a hearing aid -- and it can help millions of per- sons. It's the SONET®, the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Magaha and FrL'Sat.-Sun. April 15-16.17 daughter, of Middleway, Mr. and smallest aid ever made by pio- neering Sonotone. It's so light and tiny that it's worn entirely in the ear -- there's nothing outside the ear. You just slip the SONET in your ear and ingenious focused hearing di- rects sounds to the eardrum. SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstowp, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or ........ Town 725-5391 night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Viands and daughter, Vicki. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearer, of Berkeley Springs, were Saturday evening visitors of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and family, of Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Frye, of Lovettsville, Va., w~re callers of Mrs. Julia Viands on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and children, Sherri and Ronald Wayne, spent Sunday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wiles and family at Lou- doun Heights, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dailey and childrer~, of Renick, spent the Easter holidays with his mother, Mrs. James Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott also spent Sunday with her mothere. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smallwood and daughter, Mrs. Judy Faith and son, of Falls Church, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Amos Plotner and grandsons, David and Irvin, of' Hedgesville, Mr. Marvin Small- wood and daughters, Gasilia and Linda, of Charles Town, were Eas- ter Sunday visitors: of their moth. er, Mrs. Maude Smallwood. Mrs. Clayton Haines, of Charles Town, was a caller Saturday on Mrs. Harry Ashly and mother, Mrs. Margaret Williams. Mrs. Williams remains bedfast. Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughters, Donna and Tammie, of Leetown, spent Easter Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daughters. Easter visitors with Mrs. Julia Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley aand family and niece, Miss Susie Barrow, of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands of the Bloomery, and Jess Reed of Ranson. Miss Pat Rissler, of Washing. ton, D. C., and Miss Susan Riss- ler, of the Keyser State College, spent the Easter holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler. Mrs. Maude Smallwood was a caller on Thursday night of her grandson, Mr. aand Mrs. Francis Smallwood and family in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler Elizabeth Taylor. Richard Burton "The Sandpiper" IN COLOR -- ALSO • Glenn Ford. Henry Fonda In "The Rounders" Mrs. Floyd Milton and son, of Millville, Mr. and. Mrs. Johnnie Milton aand sons, of near town. ,Mrs. Milton served a turkeydin- ner with all its trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Viands IN COLOR control from KARATHANE® and daughtar, ViCki~, spent gun- day afternoon with her mother,. Mrs. Margaret Gayhart and faro- I I "We used KARATHANE from pink spray to the end of in each spray and obtained excellent control of mites powdery mildew. We found KA~ATHANE to be the most m itieide available in 1965." ~j~,~ George R. Crim Summit Point, W.Va. "We experienced great difficulty in controlling European Mite in 1965 with the miticides which had previously effective. As a last resort we tried KARATHANE LC at 6 oz. were mighty pleased with the exceptionally good kill. We expeCt to use KARATHANE next year." ~ Edward W. Miller, Jr. Romney Orchards, Romney, W.V~ Through West Virginia orchards, growers are experiencing similar results to those of Mr. Crim and Mr. Miller. KARATHAI~ not only suppresses mites of many varieties but eontrol~ powdery mildew as well. This double-action miticide-fungi° cide can be applied as a liquid concentrate or wettable powder, In- elude it in your 1966 program. See your farm supply dealer for appli- cation details. ~,~o~.~.,~. P~NNSV~V~ ~ @KA~ot~m~ is a trademark, R~. U.S. Pal. Off. and in prinetlml fortlgn eounlt~ KARATHANE FOR MITE CONTROL Our'66 Ford has one of theworld's quietest rides...the strongest Ford body ever...a new-concept frame...and a unique suspension designed to take the thumps out of bumps, (With our family the quiet doesn't mean much. But it's nice to know the quality'g there.) 1966 LTD BY FORD • \ The quiet-riding Ford is a roaring sue- elusive Magic Doorgate on station wagons eess, After driving a'66 XL or LTD by swings out like a door for people . . . and Ford, owners of such luxury cars as a hand- down like a tailgate for cargo. • Optio--ff~ crafted Jaguar and a $14,000 Mercedes Ford SelectAire Conditioner is built in, not said that Ford was even quieter than their hung on. • Safety/Convenience Control custom-built cars. • And Ford offers much Panel option has lights to warn you if fuel's more: Stereo tape player option for the low or door's ajar. See your Ford Dealer music of your choice. • Optional automatic and take a '66 on the Q.T.--Quiet Test a speed control for foot-free cruising. • Ex- Ford today. CHARLES TOWN, ma MUSTANG • BRONCO ' FALCON • fAIRLANE ~OgO • THUNCqI~RBI80 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET