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- ' .......... ! . ml q, ml I Mrs. x0i can. 7r n SPIRIT 0P JEFFERSON ra r, as ADVOCA I ....... : v, av ,l ]Viands Jr. spent Tuesday with ..... ~r c ool anQ eo ego cour 111 Mrs Harry Longerbeam of Bolivar~~i~ie2~wi~~ie~ i---------------- ~~'-oper-t~ ~: , , Farm B.r a. At Bmwdle AnN 2R / R..o,, ~L Ir [ i I ...... J" r" 1" [of Winchester Va. visited the ]at- Lrainin~ at Fort Ja~ings and to proVl~l I. '_' , . I -- .......... ,---- /ters parents Mz'. and Mz-s. I/. E. Jerry graduated from t rnsteads and ho.Us~ : II I " " I ~ [ Berryville, Va.-Senator Harry F'. I ~m ~ WilLsllire on Monday. burg, W, Vs. ttigh Sct~wn said that~ in ~l .-:l| II I II ' ' I -~ I Byrd of Virginia third ranking U. I~~ I Sandra Kelican spen,t Tuesday Until his recent enlist~aneing major co~ ]1 II I ~ i , , I IS. Senator and chairman of thel~~ InighL witb. her ~randparenta Mz..~imore he w'as empl~the loan funds can ia~ || III , , I ~ I Senate finance comm,ttee will re-I~~ land Mrs Clifton Kehean auto bOdy departm~r-needs-for f~ il Ill :' ....... ' ~] ~e~l~ogo. k ~V ~~a~e, ' '" --- ------r- -- , ........ I Charles B. Shuman of Sullivan, ] ~~'~BI~~ I Preddie of Laurel, Md. are visit|no I training and schoolm fa - rep .......... . I lllinois, president of Farm Bureau, }~~~l /her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward ien field .............. ~~-ne/.may 10 YEARS AGO -- 1949 30 YEARS AGO --- 1929 ton assigned for the Charms Town I the nation's large.% farm organiz I ~~;~.~1~ | Ryman. I ~ ' ~L --w0rl~ ~i Miss (Margaret Thors, daughter Fire destroyed the large bank Chu.rch for the ensu!ng year, Rev. lation will come to Senator Byrd's ]~l [ Miss Linda Hardy spen~ the [ Itl .... IF=...,_. I~_~nts for them; of Minister to the U. S. Thor [ barn on Federal Hill owned by 1~1. 1-t. ~enneoy,; ~o bnepnez~s~own Ihome town to present him the fed [ ":~ 1 ]weekend with her cousin Mr. and I Pll|IV I-aim [dllllllt~ I TO be eligible for thl~ Thors and Mdms. Thors of Roy-IGeorge M. Hough, three miles east ,~.ev..o. L ~mler; to oerrerson l eration,s "Distinguished Service i~~ I Mrs. Clarence Bureh of Rippon. I " ]a~e, M-cKown explaL~ kjavik, Iceland and Washington [of town togehter with its contents wn'cmt r~ev. r'ranl~ A. ~romer. [Award' 'for continuing efforts on [~~:ii~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryrnan [ k4.,A.,, I .... :,,:,,,, ~u~s~-~,an o~1~ D. C has been announced as the I of hay and livestock. The loss was ----- i behalf of sound monetary and I ...~:,iii}~!.i!sl)!il land daughters of Shenandoah ~'IlIK~ IilUU|IlI$~ /4UUUI I rarrn in agricultural P,.Uy]~ chome. " fzom" mo~e" than 100 nora-[ estimated. ~ at' $10 000. . ",0 YEARS AGO" --- 1889 t fiscal." policies .... Mr Shuman will .::~:.~.:~i~v.:~::.~:~.~:~:~:~ Junction visited, liae, formers, par- -' - and on which the opera~ i/lees for queen of the 22nd annual [ l~obert H Orndorff purchased MARRIED:In the Leetown M [read the citation and present the }~iiii::~!i)iiill l ents Mr. and Mrs. Edward By- Ig..... J_J rUA ~~ $4~a~ Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festi l the l~obert iVl Ainsworth lnouse on E. Church by the Rev. R.' MI l Senator the gold medal symbolic I~~{ii~iiii!{ii'.~i |man and Miss Juan|is Ryman on [,K~d|IU~U I-llA I,I'L"UII IrOnies for sate~ val ab Winchester. Vs. IS, Samuel St." ~ Str~ckler, Joseph H. Lloyd and lOf the award. . I~!~:~i}!iiiiii~i~ii!i I Saturday,evening, .~ . . I luse and to whom adeq:aa~ Looking on as members of the [ MARRIED Miss Lney C Skin- Miss Lizzie PiLsnogle both of this[ More than 500 farm ~ureaulf~~iii~-%ii!i / ~vzz'. anct Mz'~. ~.~eorge ~oraon oz [ Since expansion of Farme~t available through '~ Legion baseball team went throu-/ner and Porre.~t B WysOrl'ff were cotinty .... Imembers from Clarke and Loud- ~ ~iiii~i!i!!iiiiiil [Hampton, Pa. spent Sunday with IHome Administration'~ regular channels. eh ~,heir practice paces on Sun- [wed at Zion Episcopal Church b~ Martin Bz'annon sold his resi- Iun counties, Virginia and Jeffer- II~~;:-:~;~iiiiii::iii!i!iii::i /Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. They re [program last April, -~~ 4-p-ercent day were Mrs. Stz'ider and daugh- |Bishop W L Gravatt" Butler Mol dence in Soul, l~ Bolivar to the Har [son County West Virginia, are I ~i I turned home on Monday. families in Jefferson and Bet- Imay be rna or ~t'zed over ~er Carz-ie Lee from Leetown Both / ' d '~ i ~ "~ ~ z rs Ferr Pul C for "2500 lexpected to attend the ceremonies I ;~.~?:@~ii I Mr and Mrs. Merle Wilt andkeley courtesies have in(mired con- ~ to 33 years~'~.~ ( er all MI.. rene Dart. we e ma pe y p o. $ " " '] "::':~::*:'::v:':":::':"~*:":::~:~::;::*~:':::~ s ..... " - ~ " - ned at Bu l ngton Hotel. Wash- ~ / . - ~. ~ ~ YP Dur n~ _- are loyal I,egmn fans and very sel . r i being planned by the Clarke Coun ~" :~'"~ .on David of Chestnut It II w~zted leernin- this t e of er'edJt~t nz- the Past twelge:..l~ dom miss a game during the sea- inzton D C bv the Rev Prank A , .==--=.. ....... ..n. ,ty Farm Bureau under its presi- | SEN IIAIRRY F BYRD I / t . _ ...... ....................... - .......... et h | / .......... ................... u ............. In aL .u'op[~ oa' son "" ................. '""":"" .... "':":'"is the lat,ter'.; parents Mr, and Mrs ................. -~i82 housl~ll/ son. ........ /Ty e . MlqHANII-%IIIWN Ide~2;~ne~t, Pleas ,. Rogers. _ [in---n office IMoss Ranalll o12 Sunday. tr [lca~U2uPe~'v~sz?'~r~~V'l IAsted among ~ne lzt pigsgzn | Mrs. Gertrude Eby, widow of |'~s-~ru~|v e~ I ~ e'can Farm ~u eau ~'eo I gta~ . | The regumr monthly mee~in~ I families in the two counties have l ' ~-LJ hopefuls w.ho turned out for |Warren Eby died at her home on [~ Mrs 3,,1i= ~i-- Wi-nds l eratin has for several yegrs pros I.. In, ~he U. S. Senate, Senator ~of the W. S. C, S. MAllville Me,th- |received loans totaJl~ of the puzzles th~ Spring practice at W. V. U. were First Avenue in Charles Town ~ ........ ~'~ - " ented distinguished service awards I~yra nas peon chairman oi ttae [odist Church was held at the 1~2 h~,~ h,,~/~n .'~~,. st,ndent of human !~a~ 2 former Charles Town High ath , annually to men and gomen out Rules Comrmttee, Chmrman of church on Tuesday evemng Mrs. " r ir the reat attractmn that. lores, Wal~er Glenn and Nelson ....... -~-_--- ..... Mr. andMrs. Johnn!e .amptop standing in their contri,butlon to [t'he .elect Comimttee on Govern-IMamle W ltsmre and Mrs." Mac m~fe~i2 l~rmes' b~~t%te~'~1 Peer, Both boys were listed as / a~ ~ganb A(io -- zuz~ an(/sop rerryo~ ~aJt?more, No./the nation. [ment Reorganization, the Joint IWebb was the hostess, ifarms' and provide w~a~?; .... 1 halfbacks. Fire at Duffields destroyed the spen~_ me wee.~eno w~m nor par- / The American Farm Bureau sol /Cmmtttee on Reduction of Non- I ~ r,,. ~" '~,,.~t,-~s ..... "" I ............... ~,~ Brown Rissler, the intertype store building at Amos Kibler, a ents Mr.and. Mrs. tiarlana ~enry lected Senator Byrd for the award /E, ssential Federal Expenditures I T~u~^ ~.~|.e,k,,.,,m O^,.,~ "'H~sTn~'~louns'm~v b~ion a~d sales Il specialist declares he saw ,the fol blacksmith shop, a dwelling own- an,ason ~.ay]~ ,.ee. . .. - ]at its 40th annual federation meet rand the powerful Finance Commit [ /WV iVlQI/III3UMI~ i~UI3 h-i]~-"'i'mr)rove" or "~crease.- ..... lowing classified ad in a ,paper |ed by Mrs. Mollie Barnhart with ~vlr: and Mrs. ~omm~e tiernaon |ing in Boston last December but [tee. He has served also on the pro [ -- -- 12 ....... ~'"'~ ~ .................. this week. For sale: A full blood- |the office of Dr. W. J. Melvin. oz was.mng~, n, t). ,,2. spen~ ~ne |the Senator was unable to be'pros Ivisional eomimttee to draft the I I~mh%,& g~, Tit-,,,,, V .... ~ ~m~ ed Ayrshire cow giving 3 gallons | DIED:At the home of her dau- .weekend wl~n nor p~rena~_ ~r. lent to receive the honor at that original Atomic Energy legislation, I LI|Ii~/ ILl| lll[~/l~d[~ [] _ _ _ :| of milk, 2 tons of hay a lot of |ghter, Mrs. Burn|co Ballard, Mrs. mte!vm and. Mrs. ,~eulan r'ncts |time The other recipient was Has the finance subcommittee on Inter [ [] | |,'sr~| im A ~41~ chickens and a cook stove. |J, Douglas Butler for years u res anct also e~leaon ~.ne2ormers mo |sil i~. Schenck of Lebanon I nd- Governmental Taxation, and on | M/SgL. ~eorge R. Schnurr of | | | | | '!~ I[~|#.~ _ _ ~ I D~ED.Rahor~a Eliz Tare infant /ident of Charles Town; at his mer~Mrs. ~ternaon zn bnenanaoan |tans a. farm leader at e~)untv the Preparedness Subcommit.tee [the local Army Recruiting S,t~tion I.| I I l,L- qi,19 t re .,, t dau:hter o~f~ Robert anct' Mar,, |home near Easton Md. Charles Junction. . .... Is-tare and national levels for moz"e which investigated Korean ammu ]located m the County Cou~t n - ~)! ~ ~ ~1~ ~ .J JonZ Ttate colored resident~ ~)~ |E. Henderson. an Ex-Confederate I terM?S.lyeS~YsM~u~blne~ ~g~- |tl~an 24 years. * nit|on shortage. He has served on |House. Martinsburg. W. Va. an- t~h,~:i, q'n~vn Mrs Vnl]ov :~:iest /veteran and a native of this coun- "" - -- .- . - t Both Senator B~,rd and Mr Shu the Joint Committee on Internal |nounces the following enlistments' ...;.~ ..... ,-, ~r xx~es+ a,~,~ ~ well /ty Ihn were laaesaay .callezs w~,th |man will be ~uests of 'honor at a Revenue Taxatmn since 1949. | Holland Richard Burgan son of [] wl~ t)~ t~.. ,w~.. vv . t, z~ ~ S their' sister" Mrs ~ol~ert Flrye "~ " ' ..... :: :::: ::::: i ~ ..... ..","' known resident of Charles Town. ] The Buckles farm of 134 acre. t .... "_'~ ..... " ........... ",_ |dinner at the Battletown Inn in Senator Byrd has been a success |Mr .and Mrs. Holland C. Burgan I MARRIED'Miss Nane Lippitt [at ErlgleSta~;ion, ~his county, was [,~u-: a~m ~~s..~Der~ v~an~.~; [Berryville immediately preceding i ful apple grower since before he 13,19 .Warm Springs Avenue, May- ~~ n .... ~'*~r ^/Bertr-rfi D .... las /sm ~o TriOS. ~. ~aumgaraner oz I~L'~ ~."2_'~".~2"_ ".;~_"~2:~__.'2'~'_'_"~ |the hiffh school ceremony. The was 20 years of age. He was elec |unsourg, "W. Vs. emiscea in ~ne ~~1 ~ I ]la~ lild~J ~o~ E"2o~.'~'*;}~ondon ign'qanVd~'~nci |Hal|town and Prank Schelling of [2fu,,wx~.,oou1'~ ~I~n2s were c~t,l |dinner Is schedu.led for 6 p. m., the i,ted t,o the Winchester, Virg,inia |U..S. Army for three years on ~i{$.~r'J~, it Ir'Jrw| l-w-am he'~t~" ~r.'s Eliz' Li~"itt Fox |Bolivar. , |~..,~o..~u~,,~ .,~ ]high sehoot ceremony fdr 8 p. m. City Council before he was 21 to |April 2, 1959 at Baltimore, Mary- [] ~.~..~ ~1~| ~'~i~qM M~ ~ ~ _'". 7: ..... i A mea~ dearer in Charles Town ~'-" ?" .... "- . ~ - / Among those ~ho will attend l~he state senate at 27 and gover |land for special assignment to the was marries ~,O uaptaln David v i " Du~row in ~.a ersr, own Md .... ' " r " " " l~rederick Pierce Army of the |ad ertsed roundsteak at 30 cents ] ~,o.,~,o +~o g ...... '.~,~ ;,., .,elthe dinner and ceremonies are|nor of Virginia at 38. He has been |A my Security Agency. the Corn- I ,~~k~@ULI,/ l~nit~d .~t.,t~ son of the lat~, Pro Ia pound; por~ernouse at 32 cents/m,='=,,~ ~;:: ~,, ;.,~ ~,,~,'~ ,,,=~ IT. T. Curtis of Orange, president ! U. S. Senator from Virginia since/munication Intelligence Agency of [] [~'Lz~~~~:~"qw '~ /'essor F'rederick Pierce and Mrs J an~ veal sta~:es at 35 centsa ]..*.L .... _ "~::.'.~'_~?_'2_~, ""'~,"~.."'_~" I of the Virginia Farm Bureau Fed i1933. Because of his battle for/the Arm.y. After completion of [] | Pie'rce of'Yale University at he~i|pund" ]~t]r~aVea~t~rPnlnlnulw~Uve:~t,in~ ]oration and Roger Fleming. sec-!sound monetary and fiscal polic- |.eightweeks of basic comb at.trai.n.: ~ ~un, t.~Mr~ ~ W, il]inm Wntt.lo< nndl "--'---- |,.~ ...... ~% ....~ .... , ~r. ,~...~ .... 2 Iretary-treasurer of the American lies he has earned the title of |, g CK , ,b. IS. ne Will ~ ~h-s~-i'~"'L' =~rnt"chel-l'-'"L"i'tLie"*E~zn- I 50 YEARS AGO -- 1909 |'.~"P ~"? ....... ._?.~"~ ?*~'" '~vt~'E/;="" IFarm Bureau Federation and dir-|'%he watch dog OI the federal i~e given a short leave m which ~o ......... " rlpel%own Wnlle playing Wlr~n a . . , i ,, o .c~ .:;-::::;:~:;$i~::!::i~.::-~?,~.::~:.,... ======================================================================= . ington" [ Dr Edgar T Duke son of J Ed Jr,,w o~,a ........ ,, o..,~o..,o,,, lector of the orgamzat~ons Wash- Treasury. |c me home prim to hLs ass,.n- d ID,U.. .... er,-.h~.~.s,~^, / ..... I~~/ nt at Ft Devon,Mas~ Tne~e ----'-----'--- .-- [....ta~.c a ~a~ ~., ~c~ ,t~w o " (,S i n n . "] ' ' ................... ": ........... +"" , .~P/ck hm 1 t e eye ne was he l ..... ~ -':::":::::::::~:::"~:: , . , . . . . WI 1ecelve his job trazmn~ ql~ r' 20 YEARS AGO 1939 iness man d~ed m Cumberland taken to the Winchester l~emonal , ~ " " ;"" -' "- :" .... h= ' |were Mr. and Mrs. William Prye]children were Sunday visitors with/and further schooling in commun m The sale.of t:he Char]e~Town [~[ner~eatns~5~aenanooa" dun ]Hospi..tal: We .are all hoping he ]and son Bobby. My .and Mrs. ]relatives in ~Millville. iications or intelligence or .both ~ - - i~ Water t~o. ~o the ~eopses ~erv~ce I~ ......... ::,~,~,,f~ ~. ~u,?,y,, 2" /~oesn% lose ms eye. 1Charles Stocks of Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. ~loyd Chapman |Prior to his enlistment in Balti~ [] - ................. ':1 Water Co. was confirmed. [aow of tn.e m~e,.Jonn ~.cnae~er[ Mr. and Mrs. Prloyd Fawver of land Ms. and Mrs. S,xblette Chain land children of Mannings were ]more he was associated with his n .--FVFRY TIMF IN THF-- ! D, Shirley Nichols purchased ]~nd dau~h,ter o~ me!ate,oonn mc !Martinsburg and Mr. Travers]blln of Ransom ]visitors In Bal,timore, Md. with re- |,f~Lher at the Crown Hardwa-e ~--LV LII I I I1"1t- I|I IIIIh-- ] t2arry oz ~nzs county m ~nep ,~he Weiz~ck Building located at I ., . : - Viands and son oackie and little/ ...._ ,-, ........... . *~- .... ~l~tives tinc 25= . .... ,. ,-, ......... 2.' m ] | r en' m' rI~s | ' ' .tVJkl'S. ,L.#UI~I* X~I'I[UI~I~5 U1 ULIU J-,~U" I " ., ,J .k~lbll ~Ltt=~'L~L., J.Vlk%l - the Corner of Charles and L~berty he .~sr~own,.t~ j~_sn F. Ha .::.on nonce Cheryl Jackson of Charlesl+ ...... ~on ~ .... m ....... ] Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and]tin~h,,,-~, W v~ [] ........ @~ St. Im.,~.~arunst)uyg, Mrs: .l~yd~a Mm-]Town were Frixtay evenir~g visi-]~av"sw'i~'h~aer~sis~e~r'~rs George children of Chestnut Hill were vis]---r2[-'z.~;'~'~. "~'.. ............ ~ ~[~ fli= ICCCI:DflM AhVfl AIH DIED'At his home in Bolivar I gmm:.Iormeriy o~ ~aclaseway. Itors wlth Mr. and Mrs Bert]~r~rl~ nt l~l~,-.t ~Vl " itors with Mr and Mrs Junior/..Z~t _~, *Z."~ ~Y''~'2'' ~?" u. -]][ Ill| | Ik)| JL| ] LRJ~II~ " ~I~V IJ'~"] " i " ~t~r v-~ ........ '1 WJliianl Wilt be-an the con - ..... " .......... . r ............ ~. .. .. /,vzz" ana Mrs taace oliver .t:tover- m --' ---.--1--"--- .... "--- ........ '' vv .t.~t[[let0n" a~ ms n0me I ~ ' " vzanus l .._ ,. .... ~.L:,,__ _f ~':'=-'1- tirove anu Iamiiy . ." -- "" ' -- ' a ..........., ' " stluctlon' of a brick dwelhng" at " . an~- ~z'ry ozux'tey ~ ,vuuu e- mare of F~ F D No 4 Box 369 R ~,, ": uson Ashby Williams ~ vet- I,- " Mrs tester Ott and son M~- ~ --- ' ................... Mr and Mrs Wilmer Turner of |-- - " .~' =; -.' : . . ' ~ 1 ....... ' * - ........ 'Ri""on that he intendea to pc ~ ," . ...... /way azzu~v~r. ~zm ~wr~.~ue~ . .. .' .... Mar~lns~)ur. :w va enlis[ea in I! ~ , ~ . ,~ m~ ~ ,a~ ] eran eznpioyee oz tne ~ ~ o l%a11 'ww t~ " cnaei spen~ me oay ~nursaay . J~agerstown Ma were b, maa ~ ~ 0 ..... q " cuPy as a home ' . V.~ands Jr. and daughters Mary .... Y the Umted States Army for three Read B More Than 20 000 : road; aL Ins home near Bakerton, [ .... , ..... ]w,th her mother Mrs. James Daft-[o.. ~ ...... a ~.~ n~m-.~ .Inn- callers with Mr. and :Mrs. Frank ......... a ..... . ,o.o ....... | l~Ca~ By Ivlore a'nan zu, uu 1 Charles W Melvin' at the horn- I work was resumes in l;tle stone ev I ......... ~ ..%. ........... ?.-~ -=-- ..,_~.,. ^...= .._:,. ~ ........~,., .... o~, ,~ ~a~,-~ 1-. ~ ~,~r ] ; - ' - . - ',- ~ ~- ~ I,uarries of the Stan.~ard Lime I ",:. .............. ~ ...... los were tsunaa.y callers w~m mr ,..o~c ~,u t~tuz~ ..... more Md for assignment in the =-- v r weeK --- o~ nor son r'roL armur ~. ~amey i" ." .. . '_ " ..I l~v~r, ueu,se ~,~,uw u .... e~n,r ........ t ......... tvtr anct mrs howard r_;vernar~ ---- ' - " ..... I~ --- Jeop|e t very weeK --- J ' ' and Stone ,~o a~ l~.earneysville . . atzu xv~,ta, oe b vs~xtsu~, ' . ! ,~z'zrty ~lr ~elense commana near W an F'rostburg, Md. Mrs, Nettle B. .... Hill spent several days w~th and Arlene Maphis were callers ., Ramev widow of the late Dr T l after protracted susoensmn Ztal-/friends in New York/ Mx. and Mrs Clarence Heath- . ............. Swa thmore Pa. upon ms eom-Lnl __-, -, . . . " * , wz.m ~ar an(/ ~vu-s oonn wm~e ........... ]an laborers about 35 in number 1 coatte and son of Baltzmore, ~[d. . . A. Ramey of Charles Town. [ . - ...... : [ Mr .Wa ter Smallwood of Ran- [ ........... hmr and son m Harners Ferry ~ ~ i~ ..... Dr. H. B. Langdon was elected [ were put to wo~'~ mere.along w~n ]son was a caller on Saturday af- ] spen~.~ne.wee~ena,.w~[n aar, ~an.u Mr and Mrs Floyd Chapman [] m i ~: .president of the Charles Town Iwo'xerS zrom me neiffnoornooo. I ternoon with ms mother Mrs. Mau/Mr~ lw~vlnil~man.n,az~ur~"u~ and ch,ildren o'f llVlanrdngs were . ~-- ~~ Horse 'Show AssociaGon with the I ------ Ide Smallwood ! ~w~ .~,,u ~..,u~. r=~a.-s .-.~. a,,,., a~..nd .... ,.**., ...,, ....... .. ,,.. m m m~ R Alex nd r wce r sx nt 60 YEARS AGO 1899 r family of Ranson we e Sun ay W a e " p e de | - ~ [ M and Mrs Brookman of Mar[ .... "._ latters "~arents Mr and Mrs Ca" [] ~ - ] an'd Bane Brown,' Secretary-Treas | MARRIED: In Charles Town by ].tinsburg spent'the day Sunday at / evening visit, ors. w!~n .rhe irr oro-~ '.rain Ro~gers and iamily " v- /I ~ ~' ~S' TOWN, W. V~] ' r ~zlez In law and szster M and L.N , urer. |Rev. A. C. Hopkins, Norman C. }~heir cottage nea the Bloomery. [.. "" " . ,. _ . , ................ [] l ,- - ! MARRIED:In the United Bre-[Lucas to Miss Rut,h Brantnerl Sorry to hear Mrs. Billy Dick-].,vtrs: parians ^ enry and tamny. | / -- ] th of h count s B om h n ~ mrs rtarry ~ntrtey Mrs tieorge 'thren Church at In rood ~Narren ]bo ~ e " y. ~.on of the 1o cry as bee ve "y| " " " . . ~ .. " ... -- [5~]1~ IKnenrn a ,n / ,,,,~,~- ~,,, ] Nuckles of Shen. Junction and i Bis'hop Granberry in the Balti-[much indisposed. Hope you will|PJnes and zafs._aunu vsanas~VV~ II~,~V/M,,)~1~, P I ~ ~ nv~ ,~,~ t Mis~ Margaret Virginia Miller of |more Conference in session in]be soon be feeling better Mary. ]we}:e ..cas!ers ~on~y a[tern.oon ~ I a m .... Ig ~ - Shepheldstown Mount Vernon Church Washing I Mr and Mrs Milton popkins/Witm rme l~ters ~ro~n~srsan~=Loll~ ~--,, m--,,--- ....... " " ' "land granddaughter Joyce of Kab~in'law B~I. and IV[ . VC|'y IliilJUFldHl innn~ ] II I IIII II I I I III [letown were callers Sunday after ] Whipp at Millville. Mrs. Whipp ,j . . ,,L ,, , ~ a ,, ~ ] noon with their ~on-in-,law and / who has been sick with the ,pluet A wife who can seRsi,bly handle .---.. ~ ~ ~ .----. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r~ r~ r~ rll ||1 I~ A ~ M ! || A ~ /daughter LMr and "Mrs Obie John|SY was 'feeling better, family finances isn't usurping the Jl'~ ]r~J[r'[~r'[r'lnn~r'[[/~ ,I ,~ In ]~ 1'14111"1 I~l~iqtlld "tston " ' | Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover, duties of her husband bu.t often II Illl II11 IIOIl~i II II I|~1 II I1~|// I~t II 111 [* Mr and Mrs Billy Viands of|male and daughter D0nna and Da saveshis timeand temper, accord [J IIIIJJlL\\ \X ILIL\\ II II IIII I~1 II I~ --Short, Long or Intermediate Term (Land Bank /Ranson, Mr. anti Mrs. R, onald Wilyie Viands spent Tuesday morn, ing to Extension spec!alists at W. II |Ill\l" I1-" \\ \\ II"lr" \\ II II I~11 /Ill II ,,~.-~ .. ~ -- ~_ ___ n_ _ _ |los and daughter Cheryl Lynn of|ing w~th relatives ~n Berkeley Va. Universzty. II II I1~1 II ~ II ~ ~1 II II Ill la-Jll II -2 ol l'(~) r(n Any farm ru) pose " "-- " " ~ " ]Loudoun Heights Va Mrs Floyd|Springs. ' Agoodsystem'ofkeepingfinan- II_JlII\~ILIIIIIIIi II ILILII !1 II /I /~ll~a~ ........... I Ba~ent arid dau'-hters of near t~he/ Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and cial records pays big dividends a.t ~ ~11 ~.~.-~ ~ ~1 t---J,~.~ ~ ,~--- uepayment l'lan Io |*'If farm income ~ z ecent ca __ .i ] Power Plant were Sunday visitors |'family of WIillvi:lle were " 1t income ~ax time, as you may have ' .................. /with Mr and Mrs At.bert Viav, d~/ors with their brother and sister just found but. .~.f ----ure{il[ Llle insurance AValiaale li oesnrea-- I Jr and "family near the Bloom~ I in-law Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Tum Today's Women have learned a- It's Annie Blossom Time, and Time ] cry | blin and ~amily. bout family money management ,)~~x~" ~,.~,x~, ,~ ~ ~lr~a~a~l~ M. and Mrs. Garland Henry ....... . - ~, ,, FARM CREDIT C0- 0P. ]and son David Lee were recent/ ~|| V~O t~.~V~ sos. More women .have .had I~r~ct.ic ENI. , , callers with their broVher-in-law ~nLvI-H ~Jl~J~vlJn al money managementL experiences " S ~ y W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. Sec.-Treas. and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur[ ........... through handling .business record. We Are Loaded,w t.h New Style. "" " .... ' "ff .... 2 "" n" r..... e [Tharpe in Ranson. / lsy fflrs, i~tnel t~uzzara on a job and through learning to Now For Best Sexecilon, ~ i ivlonaay.---t ounty Agent s ~) ice - iu - i ~ia ua a llm , IMr Sylvester Frye of Bethesda | -------- live on what they earn. ~,~ : n:.w tt,.,.h...d~, ~,,, Aa,ll ,~,- Mo,.~;,~l,,,r. A~,~ Rall [Md. spent the weekend with his [ Mr and Mrs. Robert.~uitler 0fKeeping careful records of your Most Styles Are Completely Washam ' parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prye/Bal,tlmore Md. spent the weekend y xpenditures can save you III IIIII I III I II IIII Sunday visitors with the Fryes with the latters mother Mrs. Eth- mon'ey, not only at income tax ,, ...... I el Buzzard and family time but all the year around A I ant~ .~ -" h ev s '------ "r Sunday visitors with Mr. and V at er your sy tom of keep Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family ing track of your family financial ONLY n | IS THE ANSWER TO THAT YOUR SAVE Hundreds of Dollars In A Few Repairs and Fuel Bills. "k Saves Fuel "k Saves Paint "k Saves Repairs FACE-LIFTING HEEDS. Years in I.onger Life "k Concealed Nailing "k Whiter White n O. Box S91 Paint, "k Washes Clean "k Seals Out Drafts "k Pays Its Own Cost Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 113 were Mrs. Leorm Staubs and son Paul of Neersville, Va., Mr. and ~VIrs. George Vanordale and two children of ~Martlnsburg, Mr. und Mrs. R~ymond Staubs and ,f~mily of M~nnings, Mrs. Eflqe l~ields of i Ranson and da~ghLers Mrs. Mar- tha Appl~von, Mrs. Richard Pos- !ton, Mrs. l~rances Kennedy and a friend of Baltimore, Md. /Mrs. Bernice Spi,tler and daugh- ter Jeanne and Dolor|s, /dr. Guy [Sterling of Baltimore, Md. were ,SaturdaY visitors wi~h Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and f~miiy, Mr and Mrs. George Vandor- dale and children of Marti,nsburg Mrs. Leona Staubs and Mr. P~ul Stau,bs of Neersville, Va. and Mr. Frank Sbaubs were Sunday guests wlth Mr .and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family. Mr. and ,Mrs. George Talton and children, Mrs. Georgia IS|per of Chestnut Hill were Thursdsy i night visitors with Mrs. Maude Everhart and family. i lafc. Gerald B~ford of Fort Eus tis, Va. spent a long weekend wiYh h~s wife Betty' at the home of her parenCs Mr. and Mrs. Frank (?ogle. Mrs. Maude Everhart was a Sunday dinner guest with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart. Mrs. Hattie Cogle and sons Bttly (Hen and Vlotor of M~nnings were Priday guests witr Mrs. Leona Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick. Md. were Sunday visl- ,tors with Vhe formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son spent Saturday nirgh~ and Sund,ay wdth IMr. and Mrs. David Brackett a~d family in Millville, Mr. and IMrs. John W~itehair and ,son of Harpers Perry were i~unday visitors with ,the latters ~paren~ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and faznlly. Ethel Buzzard and daulrh Mrs. l~eha~ ~taubs ~nd son ', Loule were dinner ,gu~t.s on Thursday wi~h Mrs. Leona Ever- I hart. Mr .and Mrs. Walter Cogle and transactions- a special drawer of your desk, labeled folders or envel opes-you'll have the figures to back up ligitimate deduction claims at income tax time. If you don't have such a system, now is ~the time to start one for next year. Your carefully filed bills, re- ceipts, canceled checks and other such items will make your job much easier. And often, in going over a year's ex.penditures at tax time, you're able to see where some of your income might have been spent more wisely this will help you in your future planning. Along with keeping your family records, it may also be your res- ponslbility to keep track of due- dates for periodic family bills, and to see that payment is made on time. In addition, many modern wives are solely or wholly responsible |or the daily spending for food and a dozen other family dxpen- sos. Thus a wife can save her hard workin~ husband time and ener- gy-and perha,ps make a more re- laxed and even healthier man of him, She can share with him the family's.big financial decisions a,~ well as handling the everyday de- tails. By Miss Dorothy Lake Defem.ed From Last Week Mr, and Mrs. Dewey Meadows Jr. of Washington, D. C., Mr. and :Mrs. Alfred ,Johnson and chi~d- I ren of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meadows and children of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows Sr., Rebecca, Gary, Jer- ry andS.Jimmy Fri.t~cs motored ,to Lur~y, Va. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Oordon of HamI~on, P~. sPen~ T hursd~ty night with the formers sister and brother-ln-l~w Mr. ~nd Mrs, T. E. I.~ke. Mr. and Mrs. Portion and Mx .and Mrs. L~ke motored Edinburg, Va. on Friday to visit ~r. Joe Gordon. ST Cute New Styles in Washable Co,ton Dresses. Sizes 9 to 52. 0HS $ NEW SPRING MATEI NiTY FASHIOHS and NEW LOW Fruit of the Loom Pair $ S retch Hose. Seamless or Seam Styles. ~a~F, ......... SIZES 7 to 52 US] OUR LI