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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 27, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 27, 1961

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMeRS ADVOCATE 6--C THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 ! Firemen We Are Anxious For You To Know Them. They Cover Jefferson County For News Items and Any Photos You May Have --- Every Week of the Year-- We are anxious for you 'to meet our fi~e group of Jefferson County Correspondents, who send in the many in,teresting news items from various county towns which you enjoy each week in this newspaper. They will also accept photos which might be of interest for publicatic~R. They are always happy to receive your news as well as receive your sub,~cription to the Spirit of Jeffer- son-Farmers Advocate. All you have to do is ,to tell any one of them that you want to subscribe to the newspaper. Telephone numbers in many cases are given for your convemence. Mi.~ Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Ml~s Mrs. ,Mrs. Miss Mrg.* Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Lake, Millville Robert Knott, Shepherdstown--Phone 3983 Lena" Ambrose, Engie---Phone 69-F-024 Roy Breeden. Ran~on--Phone 256-J Clarence Smailwood, K~bletown--Phone 20-F-024 Pauline Ott, Mannings--Phone 50-F-014 LUlian Myers. Shenandoah Junction--Phone 66-F-031 Bruce Furr, Leetown---Phone 24-F-013 Georgia Pearl Chestnut Hill Margaret HouLser, l~kerton Julia Viands, Mechanicstown--Phone 17-F-031 Stuart Crim, Summit Point---Phone 47-F-032 Dorothy Bowers, IL~lltown---Phone 26-F-031 G. E. Webb, Harpers Ferry-Bolivar---Phone 2492 Ethel Buzzard, Silver Grove Patsy Zombro, Mlddleway--Phone 70-F-011 Elsie O. Hamstea~i, Kearneysvtlle--Phone 2108 Austin NieodemvL~, Rippon--Phone 61-F-011 Leading the list of blood donors at the Tuesday visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile unit to Char- les Town were members of the Charles Town Citizen's Fire Com- pany, sponsoring organization for the Bloodmobile visit. A total of 143 persons present- ed themselves Tuesday to give blood, but 12 had to be rejected for various reasons, leaving 131 persons giving blood. Of this num ber 26 were first time givers and 75 were directed donations. The Citizen's Fire Company had 21 donors; Powhatan Brass and Iron Works employees, who have been heading the list of don ors on various visits, finished sec ond along with Dixie-Narco em- ployees, with 10. The State Road Commission employees had nine. W. C. Butts of the Standard Lime and Cement Company hit the three gallon club for the first time and Kenneth Feltner, of Po tomac Light and Power; John Cheshire of Powhatan Brass; W. Paul Cain of Valley Board and Ephraim Day of the City Police loved .ADM M W Department. h,t t.e two al,on Woodrow Adams Named land RADM and Mrs. H. B. Jones club. President Dairy Herd Improvement Association The Eastern Panhandle DHIA had their annual meeting and din nor April 12 at the Bardane Com- munity Center with fifty persons present. Abner Hockensmith, president called the meeting to order and the group began the evening by enjoying a delicious ham dinner prepared and served by the Kab- letown Farm Woman's Club. The business session consisted of report of treasurer, W. E. Walker and auditing committee, composed of Woodrow Adams and Robert Butler, election of two dir ectors, Earl McCormick and El- mer Vickers, a talk by William Northern, Extension Dairyman, West Virginia University on the Car, Truck Damaged In subject, "Putting Dairy Records to Work." iColli Supervisors Robert McGarry sion On Route 9 and Frederick Metze reported to the group on past years activity. Immediately following the" upon their retirement from the' Mrs. Joyce Valeria of Hyman Civil Engineer Corps and RADM. Viener & Son, William Shorts of and Mrs. N. J. Drustrup upon the Postoffice; Ernest Houser, Jr. transfer from the Bureau of of the Independent Fire Company Yards and Docks at cocktails on and Dean Hockensmith of the Wednesday, April 12 at Patton State Road Commission, each Hall, Ft. Myer. Mr. and Mrs. made the gallon club. ~Frank R. Deering of Arlington, The list of those who assisted Va. were among those present, with the Bloodmobile were: Mrs. Deering, the former Kath- Administration-Mrs. dames M. leen Miley Deering, and daughter Mason, III, Mrs. H. H. Hunter, Ex. of MrS. C. P. Miley, town is Ad- Secy., Mr. Shirley M. Itunt, Mr. ministraiive Assistant in the of- Roger Ramey, Adm. George R. fice of RADM Drustrup. Mr. and Cooper. Mrs. Deering were also guests of Registrars- Mrs. G. R. Heidrich Captain and Mrs. J. C. Luppens 6 hrs.; Mrs. Chas. K. Emery 1 at a ttail and Farewell party in hrs., Mrs. Garland tIeflebower Jr. honor of RADM N. J. Drustrip 5 hrs. the past Bureau of Yards and Nurses-Mrs. Paul Milton, RN, Docks Inspector General and the Mrs. John Porterfield, RN, Mrs. new Inspector General, Captain Donald Baumgardner, RN. i J. A. Stelger at a cocktail party Receptionists - Mrs. Floyd at the Army-Navy Country Club Owens, Sr., Mrs. William F. Jor- in Ap~ril. i dan. " t Labelers- Mrs. J. B. Huyett Jr., t Mrs. Joe Christian. Typist- Mrs. J. B. Huyett, Jr. I Canteen ARC- Mrs. Lacy Bailey [Miss Ann Aldridge, Mrs. Brooke /Blackford, Mrs. Brown Rissler, A 1960 Pontiac station wagon being driven North on State Rt. 9, by Alan Lincoln Lord, 26 of Berryville, Va. and a 1952 Inter- national Truck being driven by Marks Eugene Beasley of Inwood, W. Va. were involved in a collis- ion about 2:45 Thursday after- noon, April 20 at the intersection: of,~e Route 9 and Secondary Route 8 at Bardane. meeting, the directors elected the following officers for the new year: President Woodrow Adams, Vice President, Robert Butler, Treasurer, W. E. Walker and Sec rotary, J. E. Saville. Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex said the truck, belong- Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. Anise Kelly. Citizens Fire Co. Auxiliary- Mrs. Edward Vickers. onto Route 9 and was struck in the rear by the car being driven by Lord. Damage to the two vehicles a- mounted to about $500. Lord was charged with failure to have the car which belonged to the Frank Burker Pontiac Corn pany of Hamilton, Va. under con- MR. MRS. DEERING GUESTS AT FORT MYER and ARMY & NAVY CLUB IN WASHINGTON The Officers of the Civil En- ing to the Asphalt Products Corn-: trol. Beasley was charged with gineer Corps and The Navy Civil ipany of Martinsburg, was making]having defective equipment on Engineer Corps Wives. Club hon- a left turn from Secondary Route [the truck. Went liltle tires or WHICH IS THE RAMBLER AMERICAN? Small compacts like Falcon, Cor. Rambler American is the economy vair, use 13-inch tires that turn a compact with big 15-inch tires that million times more every 10,000 look better, runcooler, last longer, miles--run hotter, wear faster, give more load-carrying capacity. tFREE 2fl.Pap Illustrated X-RAY BOOK At Your Rambler Dealer Compares '81 Cars Side By Side 0et X-Ray shoWs it's BETTER BUILT Compare Falcon, Comet, Corvair, Valiant, Lark, Lancer with RamblerAmcrican's.thorough excel- lence, such as 9,000-weld Single-Unit construc- tion. Deep-Dip rustproGfing up to the roof. t X-Ray shows it's a BETTER BUY The better-built Rambler American officially car- ries lowest price of any U.S. sedan. It is priced from $67* to $485* LESS than ALL other American-made compacts. *Price comparisons are based on manufacturers" sug." Sested factory delivered prices for lowest-priced models. World Standard of Compact Car Excellence ] .HI I RAMBLER, Charles Town, W. Va. f I] II I I [ I I I I I IIIIIIIIllllll I I I The list of donors and the or- ganization, industry or business lhey represent are as follows: Citizens Fire Co. - Shirley M. tlunt, Roger Ramey, Paul Milton, Roger Perry, Robert Nicewarner, ttugh Collis, Fred Longerbeam, Glenn Ramsburg, Randolph An- ders, Paul ,J. Chapman, Arlhur Pierce, Joseph Ranalli, Carlton Hehle, Thornton Wilt, James tan caster, Leonard McDonough, Frank E. Johnson, Robert E. Tur- ner, ,lr. Nell Slusher, Preston Mer chant, Barbara Ramey. Valley Board- David Brackett, W. Pain Cain, Carl D. Pierson, Ed ward Seal, Robert S. McCabee, Conrad Hammann, Vinton Plum. E. E. Fairchild - Ervin Jenkins, Jr., James W. Vassar, Randolph Furr, Norman Prince, Carolyn Martin, Marshall L. Watson ,Jr. Leggett's- Thelma Cornell, Cal- vin Adams, Frances Robinson, Phyllis Propps, Pauline Jette. Powhatan Brass & Iron Works- Kenneth May, Russell Jones, Jr., James It. Griffith, Henry W. James, John E. Cheshire, Ralph Buddenhagen, David Cheshire, Earl W. Painter, ~rames R. Henry, William Stanton. Kiwanis- Caleb Burfls, Bessie Burns, Leo Widmyer, A. C. Ner- hood. Potomac Light & Power- Ken- neth N. Feltner, Page Jadkson, Gwen Anders, Francis Frye. Independent Fire Co. - Ernest Houser, Jr., Lee Ramsburg. State Road Commission- Dean Itockensmith, P. P. Marshall, Wil liam H. Hinton, John Fraley Jr., thomas Butler, Samuel E. Price, Robert Cain, Robert Deck. Robert Ainsworth. Esso DLstributors - J. Emory Kable, Carl Shenk. Harpers Ferry National Monu- ment- Robert O. Crum, Arthur Sullivan. U. S. Wildlife & Fisheries- Glenn Hoffman, Clarence Dunbar. City Police- Ephraim Day, Doug las Dennison, Clifford Brown. Dixie Narco- .Roy S. Steeley, Robert E. Merchant, David Lon- gerbeam, William 0tt, Ronald ,iyers, Robert J. Hardy, Ted Kran :nberg, Ercel Boyd, Cedric Small wood, Stewart Swartz. Charles Town Photo & Gift 3hoppe- Threll Sinn. Harpers Ferry & Bolivar Lion's 31ub- Lewis Meadows. Robinson Cold Storage- Ken, neth E. Alger, Lewis Alger. Standard Lime & Cement- W, C. Butts. Atlantic & Pacific Stores- Owen 3onklyn, Robert Hooe. Michigan Lime & Stone- Char, los Mason. Friendship Fire Co.- Benjamin Morgan. St. Thomas Lutheran Church- El, aine Athey. Charles Town General Hospital- Frances Barfield. Jaycee-ettes- Helen Anders. Wagner-Chevrolet- Preston Met chant. Others- Thomas Carter, Ber- nard Gift, Charles L. Fritts, Ag- nes Lutz, S. H. Patterson, Bar- bara Appenwell, Joan Penwell, i Judith A. Jordan, Keith Brock- man, Pearl Viands, Harry L. Shir I ley, George A. Brown, Edward Heironimus, Joyce Valerie, Wil- liam Shorts, Cleo Poole, Charles Sowers, H. W. Lehman, Edward Lee Pine, Harold Kisner, Donald Nicewarner, Elsie Heflebower, Marie Trussell, Cordel Bradford, Herman Deener, Gaylord Cox, Meredith Hawes, Edwin Pope, Robert T. Comer, Philip Silas, Ar thur Gladstone, Mervin Lerch. PRINTING CAN SAVE YOUR TIME Every business man's llfe these days is a hunt for time. Lef us suggesf printed forms on Ham- mermill papers which will serve as time-savers in your business. I I I FOR ALL OF YOUR PRINTING NEEDS We Are As Close As Your Telephone -- CALL, 222 -- JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO., INC. Charles Town, W. Va. r