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~~ Mrs. Edith Garrett who was l Rocky|lie, Md. ~ers, Ronald and Donald Darr, oil Bernice Spitler of Baltimore Md. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ~NRinTNlHii~ very 111 with flu has gone back to| Mrs. June Jackson became very Brunswick, Md, Rickie and Sher-drove to Martinsburg on Sunday ,,~Tro~n~v ~v~ lae~ THE V0IC FO M ARS OF work. ]ill on Saturday at her home and ry Turner, Greg, Lecia Deck, I evening. Mrs. Spitler is spending ~i,u,,o~., ~,L~. o, ,au~, ~EST U Rollinson were visitors Sunday pital. No definite answer has da Chapman, Garland and Denny Huff and other relatives. p[~ Miss Linda Piper and Mr. Leel was taken immediately to the hos- Bucky, Sharon, Susan and Bren- the week with her mother, Mrs. ~ By evening of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pos- been given for her becoming so Eagle, Donalcl and Jimmy Grove, I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seal and ~ Mrs. Georgia tin, of Hamilton, Va. ill. Best of luck, June, we will Norma Rodgers, Paul David two daughters of Baltimore, Md. CAPABLE -- EXPERIENCED --- ~~~~~D.:~ ~,~ T A~ ~LVVW~ I be thinking of you. Staubs. Adults were Mr. and Mrs. l Mr and Mrs. Raymond Cole and ~"""=" "~" "'~'~'P . a " t o " . - , -, . : ................. [ Mr. and Mrs Elmer Jenkms, of D ridS cubs, Mr. and Mrs B b t family of Purcellvflle Va Mr Several on Sick List caster has been very sick with The flu has really been busy l Round Hill, Va., are receiving Deck, Mr .and Mrs. Robert I Raymond Staubs of Shepherds- i(:i:~:i=: :::::::'7~::,:' ::::::~:~7~ ~7::.:i m Several persons in our cornu- t the flu. ~ ...... this past week going from one t con ratulations on a fine son born Turner. Mrs Hazel Danner, Mrs t tow were Monday even]n- ~,uests bii~i:~7~' ~!~ ~ ~i ~ ~] 11 it have b o the sick list lvi.]ss ~naron lvicvanmis, ~rs . . . ~!~ ~,~ L~, ~, ......~:~ n y een n . g . n e ~, ~ ~ : ~ .;~ ~ ~ ~ with the flu. I think it has been Shela McDaniels and Mrs. Laura home to another . Mrs. Georgia ] In Charles Town General Hos- J Earl Rodgers, Mrs. Loretta Darr, / with thelr mother Mrs. Leona ~!!~ ~!~!:~t~ ~::~::] I't~ Pearl has been real sick and thislpital I MrsNancy Eagle, Mrs Maude~staubs ' ~i! i~.ii!!i~ : ~2 KI in every home in the community Harman were.supper aests Wed- . " . .... ~ > i~. "-~ ~,~ ~:/~'. :~::' n~ her second attack Mrs Edlthl Mr John C Rumon, Jr spentlMercer, Mrs Hazel Staubs M~ss} ~i~ ~i~~i!~l~'l and under the doctor's care. The I nesaay evening ot lviiss Lynn Garrett, Mrs. Josephine MercerI Friday morning with Mrs. C. W. [ Sandra Staubs, Mrs. Shirley ~ U.L.&-', I~,I,. P,, , ~:: ,:: ~i~.~!~','~ ,i~ REPUBLICAN weather has been very bad keep-lDanner. . . . . , .: ~:~ ~, Lug the folks very cloee to home. [ Mrs. Annie Grove, of Charles and Mrs. Essie Lancaster; also I Lloyd I Chapman and Mrs. Frances Rodg- | I1Ul ltSm i dll'Y bUWb '::] For Mrs. Donald Jackson ~s m the hos- I ....... ] ers, Mr. Gary Staubs and girl | ~i.ql~~~,/I i hope we all will be feeling much I Town, was avisitor of Mrs. Perry pital. All have been under the]~y ~cu~s~tme Ifriend Butchie received many|l~ A~,~ ~,, ~k~m ~I~!~~~~i] C&,~&~ ~.-~| better soon / / Lancaster and also visited Mrs. doctor's care I Plenty or rain came down Sat- [ ~ifts " Those sendin~ ~ifts but ] III /.ll~a I1~:1 u~ jiivw :?:'~"~~~:i~,~ /I~IIP lPlldl Mr. David Wilt zs home from [ urday mght, but ~t made no dff-] couldn't be present were Mr. and / ..... . .. ~':~ii.~~i~:i~ Folks visiting Mr, and Mrs. G./Ethel Lancaster. . . . ...... ,~::: ~: ~, ~.~m~ ~.m~, Pearl the past week were Mr. and/ Mrs. George Talton and daugh- the hospital and feeling veryI feren~to fort.y Boy Scouts. TheY]Mrs Eddie Painter A lovly eve-] [i~ ~0dllf~|0n Ma~[~ 7(~:~.~~ Unexpired Term Mrs. James Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.~ter, Sharon, Mrs. Deloris Piper good. One of his lungs refusedtwere ~ M annattan fieacn, w~mlnmg was well spent | ~ ~:fi~~~!~ W V~_ l~th James Roblrison, Mrs. Virginia ~ and Mrs. Georgia Piper were din- to function and he was taken ira-/three ~coutmasters, ~im ~awson, I ~ o~n ~ ~,,~ ~~,,~/ r~.~ ......... ~ .....~.~.~. ~ .....!;~,'~:/i: ~yl ........ . Calvin Manuel, Mrs. Edith ~ar-| her guests Thursday of Mr. and mediately to the hospital. He/uave ~mlmson ann l~Ul newel|. ] and children, of Baltimore, Md.,/been credited with recently corn ~'~':~ ~ o= ................ rett. ~ Mrs. Howard Wilt and family, of came home Saturday feeling very] The. group walked from ~anay| were Saturday guests of Mrs. Le-| pleted lactations under official ~i~ ~ ~ ~- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster| Murrell Hill good. [ ~oo~ ~rmge to ~eyes.t~ap where] ona Staubs. ] production testing rules of Hol- ~~i~:~~ ~xper]ence(1 l~egmlav were visitors with Mr, and Mrs.| Mrs. June Jackson and Mr. Mr and Mrs. George Talton and] mey spent ~ne ramymgnt. "racy| Master Harold Lewis Staubs| stein-Fries]an Association of! ~':~ Former Member Hou Melvin Piper l David Wilt have returned home two daughters. Sharon and Cindy[ en~oye~ amce Drea~as~ utter me| celebrated his te~th birthday on|America. These Registered Hol-: ~P~~ ,~ ~1~,~o~ ~ ,v~ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small. | from Charles Town General Hos. and Miss Patrlcia Piper were vis-| s[ormyenourflnc.e. ~nose presem] Saturday evening with a party] steins and their actual performan ~~,~~ ...... s .......... - were t~ary Magl, Davy x~ester, - - - wood visited Mr. and Mrs. Perry~ pital. They were medical patients ltors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-| ............ | given him by his mother, Mrs. I ce records are: , . Lancaster on Sunday. Mrs. Lan. there, ert Sherman and son, of Charles[ anen .noa_tmas~er, ~narms ~:h| Delma Staubs. Refreshments ofI Bo-Jen Creston Barta 5014203, ~ ~ Busmessman, Farm~ Town. |sn-tnenrY f~su~, ~o~,|cake, candy, cool aide, potatola five-eyar-old, produced 14,404 . Trucking Operator Mr and Mrs. Willard Small-] ~'~,",::' ~'~'~,:::~::=~ ~,,~m\~[ crops, ouome gum an~jce cream ]lbs. of milk and 539 lbs. of butter t ,~0~--, .,-~ ~0., ,~--~,.o~--~, 0,,.. ~ cones were served to ~lenn r~ver- e' , wood, of Charles Town, were v~s- M e av u es R bert Al fat in 290 days, Flashy Fob s ,,,.~ ,~ ..................... I fll r, D y H gh , o "/hart, Donald Cogle, Tommy[~2nna , ~i~ vo,r aid bad 17 a2n A Man of the People -- To Represent the People x~uxo i~UllUay Wltll 1,11~ lalA,el- ~ n eeler ......... , .... "-~--'~'"' ...... '- - brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lan-!ley| Lee C2eso ;John WL,n ,[ Staubs, Steve, Susan, and Sharon I lbs. of milk and 624 lbs. of butter o~to~ and Mr Frank Lancaster I ....... "L" .... : --:---.- :--:-~--::~-:. ~napman, i~orma aoagers, ~eon, fat in 305 da s Both are owned .~ ~-.~ A--.~^ o..... oh~rl,~l int. $valI llau et t.llal, wltll LllVl ]Ut~llWell, Llt~lVlIl i~ll~l hell.It eoCa'l hv Ronort R Rutlor 1~lRrtlrlgOllrff " - i ....... a ..~/Scouts He asked them whet e /son, Sandra Staubs, Pam and Pat l .......... ~own, was v Sl~lng lUeSa y Wlm " - - Drlswoou bzyllner l)lna ~aye M Mr they were en)oymg the trap. Staubs, Mrs Ethel Buzzard and ~. ' :/~'~.~ r and Mrs Perry Lancaster ..... 5254568, a four-year-old, produced i~!. i TO BEGIN AN EXCITING Frank Lancaster Mr -rid Mrs ]Their reply was we are waitmg{the honored guest Games werel ..................,I, ..... ~ ~'~~~~' ,I-,., Oscar Grove - ~ , v a~eu ~.u Lwo uoo. vt w~.~ dr butterfat m 349 days; Drwood ' ........... won by Donald Cogle and San a " a 30595 A~ IN.. ...... Mrs. ........................... ESSle Lancaster has beenl -- .:~~[ ~,.,,h. [ nin- was s--ent b'" allA...... # .... ~lolic~h*ttlb ......... .w./Symbol Aaggle B rb 51 6 1, aof BJ 1 IIfllGVY . --...// ~1 _I CAREER very smk with the flu. Mrs. Edlthl |three-year-o d, had 16,33 lbs. I imm " nl Mm'a~ ~' H EiI I - CO ffOtOGY Garrett is on the sick list. We alll ~"~* ~.*"~ | ~iss Lin~a Lou' Cook, daughter | milk and 573 lbs. of butterfat in ,,, , , , ,.i ,. |~~~ hope and pray this epidemic will] dILILIi ~|I~L" [nf Mr~ ~li,~ nnl Mr ~.J365 days; Driswood Triune Can: illl | I ill ilL : " ..... soon go away. | M~.c Rthal Rn~,,vd [wi- .~auh~ ....e Mrs Nettie]ary 5790024, a two-y ar-old, h ~dlll~V J~A 41~@~ ~" ............... ~ ................ 15 142 lbs of milk and 597 lbs i I~ catalogue telling all Mr. and Mrs. William Writ re-| |Staub~ -~ Obestnut Hill were] ' " " | .~ . ~, ~J~ v , cently visited their daughter and .~..~..~.~-~.~:...~.~.~