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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 23, 1964     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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THE NEW! Americana by I ForCancer I G/$TOM BUILT... COMPLETE... READY TO MOVE INTO *LOW DOWNPAYMENT GENERAL ELECTRIC PAY AS LITTLE AS AffLIAKES it eNearly everyone wantl a house that's different, resting, an-d fun to live in, yet still efficient. The leo Americana Series successfully meets this desire. is one of the most dramatic examples of versatile , me architecture ever offered,Yet for all its exciting !eatures it excels in providing maximum live ability Ln minimum space at the lowest possible cost., the l)~h ary function of a well planned house. e spacious master bedroom features an abundance ~~.f closet space and a half bathwhich makes it except- [ in its price range. . .... e same floor plan is readily adaptable to 4 otner cresting variahons of exterior treatments and elev- lhons at additional cost, permitting the purchaser ~leCtlvlty suitable to his income. Americana plan :~iSts 3 bedrooms, 11~ baths-choice of color fixtures, It-in vanity and mirror with pendant lighting, birch *then cabinets with built-ln oven and surface units, QUALITY HOME BUILDERS ml(o co..o..T,O. Office Located Near Coming Glass Works Rte.4 - Box 181 Martinsburg, W. Va. OFFICESz BUILDING FAYETTEVILLI, PA. ON TNI BY-FAil tells it best .... PRINT sells it best Is A Better America- Thanks To Advertising The Rainbow Girls of Charles Town have done an outstanding job for the last 10 years in Cancer Crusade Work. They have been most active in promoting Tag Days on the streets of the Town and de- veloping and publizing the Theme of the Crusade year after ),ear. This year they are carrying out the Theme--."Tell a Neighbor About Cancer" by Tattletail signs. They used these colorful and descriptive signs in conducting a "Tag-Day" this past Saturday at which time they collected $48.15. They plan another "Tag Day" on April 25. The above picture was made during a buffet luncheon at the home of the Crusade Chairman, Mrs. O. S. Bloom, at which time Captains and Volunteers were feted. They are: (left to right) front row; Vicki Blue, Carol Hammond, Gayle Marshall. (Second Row).- Mrs. Clark Furr, Mother Advisor; Cheryl Miller, Lana Marcus, Mar- garet Byrer. (Third Row)-Sandra Bennett, Vickie Davis, Pam Snyder, Margaret Saville. (In Background)--Mr. William Nichols Executive Director for West Virginia Cancer Society. Cast.Off I Streans which were recently stocked in Jefferson County in- clude Evitt's Run, big Bullskin FROM PAGE -- 1 I and Long Marsh. The Colonial News Stand in Char-I les Town for $3 for a residentI StatestockinghatcherieSare RidgeCntributingHatcheryt state-wide license, or for $5 for a lthe near Berkeley Springs; the Peters combined state-wide hunting and~burg and Spring Run hatcheries fishing license. Charles land the Edray and Stoney Creek Earl A. Kidwell, of Town, conservation officer, said! Wednesday that persons hun.tingi ground hogs other than on their own private property must have a: hunting license. To provide fishing opportuniti- es for the anglers, nearly one million adult trout will be dis- tributed in the state's 180 stocked streams and lakes. This stocking will be a close cooperative effort by the State Department of Nat- ural Resources and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife service. along with tile regular species. Around 20,000 of these unusual trout will be available for the Creel. About 85-prcent of the to- tal stocking will be planted in streams and the remainder in am. poundments. About half of the total trout to be stocked will be placed in the streams prior to "e e i B CAR L .................... ...Z3,46 CAR M ....................... CAR N ....................... 24,53 CAR 0 ....................... 23,1}4 CAR P ....................... 2524 *Intermediate Size ~x Cylinder Cars CARR ....................... 22.34 CARS ....................... .98 CART ....................... 22,40 CARU ....................... 10 ,99 *Intermediate Size Eilbt Cyfinder Cars CAR FF ...................... 17.48 CAR GG ...................... 17.97 CAR HH .................. " .... 17.88 CAR II ....................... 20,10 CAR JJ ...................... 19.S0 CAR KK ..................... 19,85 *Full Size Eight Cylinder Cars, Medium Price .e An automobile transmission, we grant converter type to help you safely pass cars tion cars. The distance was 5,245 miles, You, isn't the most soul-stirring s,bject on and trucks as well as gas stations, about what most families log in four earth. Nothing to look at eithet.You'll hear a lot about it in the next couple months. All three Buicks used regular gas. But if you'd like for your next new car to of years as this modern kind of rransmis. So the Economy Run is not just a cross g~ve you a better break on performance sion is adopted by more and more cat country tour for the Mobil people and a ~nd gasoline mileage, something happened builders, few cat buffs. It's a reliable test of a car's ast week to be What about englnesP power team and what it's able to squeeze out of its fuel. The Los Angeles to New York MobilOf course, an e~cienr transmission gets We don't expect everybody to rush out T'~cnmy- Run _proved one thing for sure. more e&cient when teamed up with a this week.end to buy a new Buick just here's quite a difference in the trans, lean, agile engine. The winning Buick missions of new cars. power plants were our new V-6 and V.8. because we won a few economy trophies. The 500 cubic inch V-8 in the winning There are so many other good reasons for Three out of four for Buick Buick Special (the lowest priced oi aft leaning to Buick that economy usually gets second billing. There's styling, natu- The long-time champion in the transmis. Buicks) arid the Buick LeSabre (the lowest rally. An unusually great ride. Extraordi- sion league--Buick--walked off with the priced big Buick) is like a well-Conditioned 1964 economy pennant. No other single fighter. All muscle, no fat. Weighs in at naty engineering and workmanship. And make of car won as many events as Buick' far less than other V-8's of similar punch, very young performance. Small wonder rout entries, three winners, lttookevetyothetV-ainthel/conomyRun. Buick sales are running at 11.5% over last year. The winning Special carried the new Super Your type of driving--rt~ular gasBut it's nice to get economy as a plus in a lurbine 300 automatic transmission; the The Run was through cities and towns, Buick. Beyond the dollars saved on gaso. LeSabre was equipped with the Super across super highways, in traffic, out of line, there's a certain pride in knowing you turbine 400 (both optional at extra cost), traffic. This was not race track driving o have a car that's built to get the most out They're the latest in a long line of Buick proving ground driving. This was your of every tank of gasoline. transmissions well known for their smooth, kind of driving--even though you can't ~ess and absence of"shift feel". The Super expect to get as good mileage as these Wouldn't You Really Rathc Xurbine is a refined and improved torque expert drivers in their findy tuned produc. Have a Bulckl / Your LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA: I I I I II I I Buick exhibit at the Genentl M0t0~ ~ -New Y0rk World's opon ng of much , lron r bail lub i sPmrr or z t' n,qo AbV A season and the remainder in son lhanlast. I THURSDAY, APRIL 2'L 1961 B---3 weekly stocking until about the I .............. mi ddle of .~une. M~e-Joh-nsso been given a baske~., scholarship aid from such school,~ ! Although the trout streams and Gives n I ball scholar.~hip by William &l as Illinois, Duke Davidson, West lakes will have plenty .of fish in I Mary College of Williamsburg. Ivir~inia Navv Richmon,} ~.Hb them, quite a few of the anglers Ca~ S hip will have trouble catching just cholars .... ......... I Va., ~t was announced late lastI Carolina and South Carolina and one of them. This is not only true I week by .college athletic officials. ! he accepted William & Mary after in West Virginia, but throughout One of the section and area's I The s,x-foot-s,x Jolmson, the] visiting the school and finding it the country. Nearly 50-percent of top schoolboy basketball prospe, t leading scorer in the section this[and *h, ournn,, *,* hi,: likincr the total number of anglers fish ing during the average day will cts, big Mike Johnson, of Berk-'past season, received offers of[ ................ =" ................ ~'" not catch a fish. --- Charles Town FROM PAGE -- 1 Time - 4:00.1. High jump: 1-Jackson (CT); 2- Creamer (CT); 3~ (tie) Hummer (LC) and Whitmore (CT). Height 4 ft. 10 in. Pole vault: 1-Hoffmaster (CT), 2-Williams (CT); 3-Whitmore (CT Ileight - 9 ft. Shot put: 1-Keen (LC); 2-Peer (CT); 3-Pearson (LC). Distance - 44 ft. 1 in. Discus: 1-Keen (LC); 2-Hoff. master (CT); 3-Peer- (CT). Dis- tance - 116 ft. 10 in. Leetown up Sunday. Making up the Leetown pitch- ing staff will be Jack Burch, a fast-bailer; M. Bradley and "Ike" Lloyd, Butch and Lloyd are for- mer Charles Town High mound stars. Burch is expected to take on the pitching assignment Sunday, with Turk Myers a veteran of last year's team to be the other part of the battery for Leetown. The Leetown infield Sunday is expected to be made up at the start by Layne Banks at first base Bobby Davis at second base; John Snow at third base, all veterans of last year's team and all former high school baseball star~; and Rusty Johnson, of Martinsburg at Shortstop. The outfield will be patrolled by Sam Morgan in eenterfield, M. Bradley in left field and Bureh in right field if he does not pitch and if he does, than one of the newcomers to the team will take over. The Lee*own team has been working out for the past several week and it is expected to be a (Pld Polltleil Adverttaement~ (Paid PoLitical Advertteement) Republican National Convention Second District Businessman Young Republican Attended West Va. University Family Background of Political Service Son of late U. S. Senptor and Mrs. Davis Elkins, who was candidate for Congress in 1956, grandson of U. S. Se , t r Ft r hen B. Elkins, and great- grandson of U. S. Senato Henry G. Dovi . VOTE -- MAY 12th Elkins Needs Your Help to Represent You OPEN 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. Friday & Saturday Charles Town, W. Va. FREE PARKING [] Ladies Cotton DRESSES REG. 2,99 Ladles Spring COATS VALUES TO 29.99 Mens Long Sleeve Dress SHIRTS Only A Few Broken Sizes Mens UNDERWEAR Small Group Broken Sizes Briefs & Shorts. Reg. 69c & 79c RUGS. sizes 27x48 & 30x50 Solid Colors - Washuble. Reg. 2.99 RUG RUHNBS 2' Wide-6 Ft. Long---Sdid Colors Washable REG. 3.99 I l-Grp. Ladles SWEATERS VALUES TO 5.99 l-Srp. Ladies BLOUS Mens Short Sleeve Sport SHIRTS Button Down or Regular Collar REGULAR 2.99 Girls Spring & Summer HATS ~ds g~ 1.Rack Ladies S RTSWEAR SKIRTS, BLOUSES, JACKETS VALUES TO 10.99 How !A Phstic CURTAINS Draperies & Cottage Sets Boys Short Sleeve Sport StttRTS One Group - Work & Wear Sizes 6 to 18. Reg. 2.49 & 2.99 MENS Spring & Summer SUITS One Group VALUES To 37.99 Hens Cotton Sport PANTS Broken Sizes. REG. 3.99 & 4.99 GIFT LINENS Towel Sets - Place Mat Sets Gift Boxed -- Val. to 7.99. Childrens Spring COATS & SUIB 1/2 VALUES TO 1.99 . . ii IjL~ One Table Infants Gift' Ladles PANTIES REG. 29 Mens Works PANTS Khaki & Grey - Sizes 29 to 42 REGULAR 2.99 2pr. ! i :i i