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2O , J SPIRIT Of JERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 READ SPIRIT ADVOCATE Be A Genie And Cut Back on Gas! Get a flying carpet! Or, for more practical reasons, buy an economy car. It's the best way to make the most of the gas shortage. Auto loan cash? There's no shortage of that here.., apply soon. [[l BANK OF CHAR! FS TOWNI CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 I Where Banking Is A pleasure/ 111 E. WASHINGTON STREET iik'"i' With Trust Department .............. rLI NO SERVICZ CHARGE  NO MINI CHARGE $.pril Warmer, Dryer Than Normal; Hay I),'omises To Be Same A month a little warmer 90 deees, and the lowest 29, than normal, and a little dryer The 90 degree reading was he an .averege, best describes first time in fourteen years, April's weather pattern. ,that the themometer has rang. Here now are ,the statistics: ed tht .high, during .the month Oleav days nttrnbered eleven, of April. The daily average Cloudy and partly cloudy nine temperature ran about 2 and teen. Temperatuvewise e one-half degrees warmer ,t4an ,morRhs' ghest reading was noaral. Precipitation was approxima- ,tely 23 percent below seasorml average ,and amounted .to 2.57 inches. Incidentally, nost of the higher temperature readings same during the last 10 days of the month, while the major portion of the rainfall occurr- ed during the ,first half of ,the ,month. Certainly, .the ,trend was warmer and dryer as the mon,th progressed. Whether *his denotes ah indication as o a summer trend, cannot ,be de- fini.tely indicated at ,this time. Finally, looking forward 4nto May, here is ,the picture as ,the long-range forecasters see it at the momen,t. Warmer than normal temper ature readings are expected to ii eyes rht 4-H'ers To H01d Health, Field Day Bardane Center May 18 This 4-H leader and junior test. Also, a 4-H Eye Rig/rt leader are showing a pre-school er how to point with the "E" before administering a "lazy eye" test. 4-H'ers of Jefferson County will converge on the Jefferson County Community Center Sat urday, May 18 for the 1974 Health and Field Day. With "Eyes Right" as the theme, club competition will be held in sports, ,relays and a yell con MM I Ivan [vans Transferred To USS W00dr0w Wilson .,Machinist Mate 1, Evan Evans, husband of the former Barbara Shugat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Shugart, Sou.th Samuel street, Charles Town has been transferred ,to the U S. S. Woodrow Wilson, now in shipbuilding md dry dock a.t Newport News, Va. He had been stationd wi ,the U. S. S. Yaungstown Unit since January L71. While awaiting duecy on lhe U. S. S. Wilson, 'Mr. Evans .is attending an advance training school at New London, Conn. And while at the school, Mrs. Evans and the two Evans child ren are visit,ing a,t the Shugart home in Charles Town. The Evans family had been resid- ing t Route 2, Kelly Park Road, Leetonia, Ohio. Mr. Evans has received our good conduct medals, one Navy expeditonary force medal, one Na,tional Defense medal, and prevail during ,.May in ,the en- tire eastern half of the cou- ntry. Cooler ,than normal in the western half. An active storm track, runn ing sou,thwest to northeast w.ill 1Je in between, and up ,through the Ohio Valley, or just west of West Virginia. Precipitation charts altho borderline in some respects, strongly suggests :he possibil- ity that ,the rainfall may again be below ,this month. AiTr H Conditioning iS SUMMER ? Now is the time to install Chrysler Air Temp Central Air Conditioning for the Hot Summer months ahead For FREE Estimates On poster contest will be canduct- ed with a junior and senior division winner each receiving aa trophy. During the after. noon, older 4-H'ers and leaders will .have an opportunity 4:o learn proper eye screening methods from Mrs. Lyle Tabb. 4-H'ers and leaders are urged to have their 4-H clubs well represented for this year's "Eyes Right" Field Day. Chrysler Air Temp Room Air Conditioners Chrysler Air Temp Central Air Conditioning Chrysler Air Temp Commercial Air Conditionin0 (5 YEARS FULL PARTS WARRANTY ON ROOM AIRS) COMMUNITY OIL CO. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725.7021 he Navy Unit Commendation medal. Mr. Evans' mother, Mrs. Jose phine Evans, recently moved from Summit Point to Edin- burg, Va., where she had pur- chased a home, which she shares with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Be,tty. J0hn H. Magaha Family Reunion Held April 28 A family reunion of the late Mr. and Mrs. John H. Magaha was held Sunday April 28, at the Lion's Center on North George Street, Ranson ,in hon- or of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuller, Bangkok Thailand, Mrs. Doris Withrow of Fresno, California and Mr. John T. Withrow of Daytona Beach, Florida. Over 200 guests attended from Long Island and Gover- nor's Island New York, Harris- onburg, Berryville, Leesburg, Winchester, Va., and Frederick Dickerson, Potomac, Pooles- rifle, Beallsv,ille, Rockville, Boyds, Darnestown, Hagers- town, I?,alitmore, New Market, and Denton, Md. and Martins- burg, Rippon, Harpers Ferry, ,Marlowe, Kearneysville, Shep. herdstown, Shenandoah Junct- ion and Charles Town, W. Va. Gifts were received by ,the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Magaha married the longest, 61 years; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis son; and ,Mr. and rs. Ben F, Iagaha with e nost grand ch:5ren. Everyone attending so nma fun vn,iniscen- irg ,t,ht plans are being made for nex, Ct year's reuvAon. Each guest received a git package nney of .the Raisi Ad visory ]3card of Fresno, Calif. RANSON ELEMENTARY PTA TO HOLD CARNIVAL The Ranson Elementary School PTA and Studen Cou- ncil will hold an otLtdoor school carnival Sturday May 18, 1974 from 12 to 4:30. Featured wiU be pony rides, cake walks, bake saJe, talent show, games, gen- eral store, door prizes and plenty of good food. Randy Johnson to poh W. F. L. in 1975. Pentagon opposes bill curb- hag surveillance.- PUBLIC SALE Of WALNUT IflI.L, fflC. STK By virtue of the authority vested in the undersigaed by a pledge of stock bearing date the 13th day of MarcK 1973, executed by Louise D. Ramey to secure payment of certain indebtedness, now due and payable, and de- fault having been made in the payment thereof, the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction to file highest bidder at the front door of the Court House In Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, It 10 o'clock A M. on Friday, May 24, 1974, a maximum of 260 shares, or so much thereof as Is required to pay the principal and accrued and unpaid interest of said indebtedness, together with the expenses of sale, of the common capital stock in Walnut Hill Orchards, Inc. The manner of sale shall be solely determined by tl undersigned and the terms of sale will be cash on day of sale. Peoples Bank of Charles Town May 9-3T- CHARLES TOWN,TOJCPeRRey Sale 20% off women's sleepwear. Sale Reg. $4 to $6. Hurry in and save now on all nylon tricot sleepwear. Choose pajamas, floor length gowns, shifts, baby dolls and more. Many in gingham checks or floral prints. All bright pastels. Junior and misses sizes. ,Magaha newly wed of two vaonths son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Magaha; little Jennifer  , Hill, youngest baby of nine ! weeks granddaughter of Mr.  ' and Mrs. Charles Hill of Ran-  1 20%off women's dusters. , Sale4SOto7 Reg. $6 to $9. A beautiful sele - POWERLOCK  tion of dress length dusters in o. 30-130 blends. Some with raglan sleeveS, . 1 . finely detailed embroidery, and I k '' --'  I( " !.. \\;(\ '- * ' , , li appliqued pockets. Snap front , styling in lovely spring or fash- \\; : ion colors, and exciting patterns. 'fT__ , \\; , Misses sizes. ! i No. 30-141  :%- ; R ULE-ETTE i(" No. 30-146 " I RALY KEY RING TAPE RULES $2 25 each THE ANYWHERE RULES WITH YOUgNHEN YOU NEED THEM! ALL WITH 3 FT. V4" YELLOW BLADES PRO- TECTED WITH MYLAR FOR LONG LIFE. Did 725.5113 ' Charles T._.. own, W. Va. Entire Line Of 20%- off Bras& O = . Entire Line Of 15% Pantih0se