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, SPIR P OF J FFER 0N FARMERS ADVOCATE [ ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL IN I _ I THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 THE KABLETOWN COMMUNITY ! P,o.e i noffic , Democratt Vote +., , rec, zts For Cou Co, nm ss on, W ' 'Miv . A3agms, Sr was host I Ml s, ajno ephine Newman, a sec- Fol,owing is the unofficial figures fo omparison on a preci + .- less to eight melnbers of thelretary in the executive office of ] 10 YEARS AGO I 80 YEARS AGO / precinct basis for the candidates in the two County Commis ~ ~ IW'S'C.S. Wednesday night. Mrs. I one of the Washington City tele-I --. . . . I. Died:. At Shenandoah ./unction~ races in the May lO, Primary Election. . .. kl IBessie Hardin, mother of Mrs Ipnone companies, spent two[ Fire caused an esfimatea aam-lmrs. Sarah Sny(ler, wife of Solo-] ' ~ ~ ~ Z .~ ~ ~ [Reckley and Mrs Rbert BushlIweeksvacatinwithhermther' age f $20'000 t the barn and itslmn Snyder' in her 53rd year;/I I [~ ~ ~ ~l ~ ~ m ._. ~ .~ ]were vimtors. The meeting waslMrs: B~sm Newman. . .contents on the Gap Vmw Farm, Richard Houke, for many years r-t ~ ~ , . . . ~_ ,., ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ _~. ~ |called to order by Mrs. Robert[ lvzrs. JOShUa t~lipp accompamea|owned and operated by Frank W, a resiaent of Charles Town, at ~ ~ ~ ;~ ;~ ~ O ~ g~ ~ ~ ~ g~ ~ ~ |Sowers, president, who asked Mrs. I Mrs. Bob Bush and Miss Sue El-/Buckles; another fire. did $1,2001 the home of his daughter in Mon-I ~ [ ~ ~ ~ ~ m ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ tlughes to give her report on the l len Bush to the Leetown Metho-!estimated damage to a pumplrovia, Libraria, Africa;A.H. Herr[ ~Z ~ [ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ f~ ~ ~. ~1 i~ ~ ~ ]Self-Evaluation meeting in theldist Church Sunday night whereihouseontheJohnAmbrosefarm.[a former resident of Harpers[ ~ "~l .~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~. ~ i Oakland Church last month. Thel~r: Augustus Barnes, anativeof[ miss Ann Lorenzo, daughter of] Ferry and owner of the island of[ ~-~ ~] ~ L2 ~ ~: ~ ~ [0 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ five outstanding themes of the I maia wa~ guest speaker. Others ] Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lorenzo of [ Virginians there, at his home in] ;~ ;E ~ ~ [ ~ ~ ..: ~ ~ ~ . ~ O m ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~: -- ~ ]meeting were presented and ex-lattending from this church com-ICharles Town was awarded the IWashington, D.C. | ~ ~ ~ ~ [ ~ " "'~ ~ ~ ~ Z ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Iplained. Members plan to followlmuniw were Mr. and Mrs. Harryl Franklin & Marshall College Alu.[ -- I ~ ~ ~ ~ [ ~ r~ ~ -- ~ r.~ ;~ Z "~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~l ~ [through several of them Mrs [Heskett, Rippon and Mrs. Clar-I mni Book prize I 90 YEARS AGO I ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~" .......... , ,. }Hughes .als gave a report of the J ence Smallwood. . [ The Amerzcan. Legmn,, complete l Dr. D. W. Border bought 40] ~ ~ ~ -~ ] . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.Z Pw~CINCTS [ twenty-fifth annual meeting of ] Mrs. Rose R. Howell and fmend, I plans for the bag Town & Cou- [ acres of improved land at Kearn- ] ~ ~ ~ ~' I ~ ~ _~ ~ _~ ~ t,u...',~.~,~w'.'~.~, I the W.S~C.S. of the H~gerstown]Bill Windle of Manassas vary,] ntry Jamboree" with Jimmy Dean~ eysville from B. L Roberts for l ~: ~ ~ ~ ~ ." ~ .~. ~ ~ ~ ... "~.~.~ :"2 " ~'~'~ .............. I District in Frostburg, Md. Fol-ira., spent the weekend with herI to appear at the Jockey Club in~$2600 " [ ~ ~ ~ '~ [ ~ ~ ~ ~ m ~ ~nemmaoan acre. ~ ~_~ _~ ~? _~ _~a ~ z x Tz [ lowing a prayer by Mrs Reckley I son, Robert Howell, .lr., and fam-[ a benefit for the Legion baseball / - The denot, store house and | I tcourt Mouse 3 ~ 23 50 24 22 137 15 79 J the hvnm "Onward 'Christian]ily, Rose Hill Farm |team /o~,~ a,,,~'l~,,,.~ knnwn ~ tho 1~] ..... i-. ...... ~,~,~ ' Citizen s Fire Hall 0 !9 51 2B 18 17 56 2 22 [Soldiers," was sung The lesson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hesshman[ Feature of Blueridge Livestock[ & O Railroad urouertv at Duff-[ ... t'~tS"l'~ Grade School C.T. 0 11 39 16 12 10 44 1 21 [" Dreams,, and Realty (Pledge l and son, EddmofRockvAle, Md.,~ Sales was cows top $15.00; iambs[ ields, were bought by Capt. J.S.] Clta~les Town Dist. Jr. High, C.T. 2 31 31 81 17 27 246 29 135 ]Service), was presented. Pledge[spent the wee~nawith her fa-[ $27.90. ] Melvin for $8000. | SHENANDOAH JUNCTION 37 6 9 16 10 42 e _ ' - " O t . C URT HOUSE 53 12 23 73 44 67 Ranson New S~hooi 2 38 20 27 34 17 108 9 32 ]and will be sent to those members amny. / leA Town Raceway a margin of] ~ : :~[ , " wh .... CITIZEN S FIRE HALL 36 8 12 36 19 23 6t. ltl[lr~la g~ q~ I ll 11 17 9t 1131 v~. ~,~ ~, ] o were absent. Mrs. Lewss/ Our congratulatmns are ex- 395 votes; official count later hst i,m.--,.--,,,,,.= m ............... " .: ~. ~'.'~.~'.~'~'+~t.- ~. ~ :,~ ": ~a ~'~ :~ "~ "~ ,~: [Carroll read the Scripture: Psalms tended Francis L., Welsh. son of] ed a 357 margin ] KI~AMHI~~V[I I ~ ] u. "J'. tiRADE SCHOOL 14 8 8 17 it z~ ~,~=v~,~-,f:,~ ~,~, ~ -~ ~ ~ _~? ,~ ~o Z "~ 167:1-5. Members participated in! Mrs. Lowell Sirbaugh of Lower/ ~ " | lla-Pt|llla-/dllll~td~ | JR. HIGH SCHOOL 46 15 37 136 76 92 lan.gon Um $cnooi u z~ ~ zu 1o 3 rig ~f 2Z [the remain!,ng part of the lesson. ~ Rocks, and Mr! Leighton Welsh[ 20 YEARS AGO | Mrs. Elsie Hamstead | BLUE RIDGE SCHOOL 21 11 5 18 3 :$5 - ,~,rv~~ i~ ~4 'on~ ~o~ ~ ~a a~,,~ .,~ ~ ]Thehymn All Hail the Power of of Ranson and who is a member} Dr G P Morison was re elected| .... --__ - - - ...... / NEW RANSON SCHOOL 57 16 23 35 16 56 .,,.,=~o ~ ,,~o ~,,~ o,.~ ~,~ ~o~ ~o,, ~o ~. "Jesus Name" om le'ed "- -ev of the raduatin class " Charles ..... " ....... " t,_._.__~ ~'-rr- n.~, l . . c p t me ~t o- .~ g g . ot . / Mayor of Charles Town, with| ........ [ C.T. SR. HIGH 48 2 2,1 71 33 64 =. .na .yvrs y 1 . .,., ,a |tiona per|ca. , Town rl!gh School upon n/s re:[ George Heffner elected to the| L. anney or_muff ms:| INDEPENDENT FIRE HALL 29 5 8 31 9 32 . ,, o : x. o,t '. h^ ceiving me scnolarsnip awaraea -- .......... ,sr _a / ourg Will oe the guest pea er at/ ---r, a'aT a r o, a ,. .. .na.~,wn x ~ zt, ~ ~t+ o .n t, za~ /were read and accepted after a ny_tne ~anK.ot tmanes *town.. | Ben H Riddleberger from thel ~:'~ ~.." ~?'? .... -.?-,v y~-.-~ "/, ~arpers ~erry 1 27 26 14 52 5 43 20 32 |correction is to be made due to Gifts nave neen receivea oy met ~ourt~',,,a ..... B J-hns-n t~-~ me rres~yterian unurcn on ~un-t ......... r n w ru; w. . 0 o , nu d m nin As Presb erian TtrI'AL~ 358 94 152 452 227 440 Bolivar 3 26 27 12 73 12 40 15 54 /achan~e in nlan~ The treasurer Kabletown Church Memorml| ~ .... n ur.~a .. ~ ..u ....... | ay or g. yt | . . Millville 1 10 1 4 66 0 $ 2 15 |gave a rep'ort' "" Birthday dues Fund in memory of John L. Liv- ahn's'l o' "te r m'|Birthday Interpret or for the Wo-| Harpers Ferry Dist. ' " ' * ' ' a e , .... |were uaid ~ ers, Martmsburg, from Mr. and| .n~ v~ar | men of the t;nurcn, ~ars, ~ nn y| RAg~n~nar ~o ~ ~o ~n ~ ~ TOTALS 7 $8 69 54 261 29 146 57 163 [ A (liscussion and plans were Mrs Oral B Hughes and Mrs/-".L "-7":, ..... /will talk on "Appalachia," thel ~.'72"='=L.%':::. _': " ": ..... . " " , " returned.. Miss mary xrances " "v r is ar n~auwN 3o 1 30 16 11 20 _. Kabletown Dist. /.madet.ser~.e a supPertmem" Cla~rence2ma21w~d~, .... ~, ~tlDehaven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs[ Bsr:h/:y2b{3~t~ue:t~e~oth~ilY~ol"/ HARPERS FERRY 28 15 22 24 16 28 ~ametown 0 B 1 17 8 9 26 1 17 /~ers ot me ~ons ot me uonteaer .... *,,," ................ s .... "t H B Dehaven f Clearbrook Va " "" " ......... Rinrmn 1 17 12 1S 5 25 31 0 37 lacy on Tuesday, May 24 " tended the birthday dinner given[. ..- _ _o ....... , ",| low the service. | JI$OLIVAI{ 34 19 37 33 13 37 ,-iv . to harry Arcnoaia unuas, son oz MILLVILLE 17 SummP =,,I-~ 1~ ~n ~ g ~ ~ o~ / Officers of the previous year Sunday, May 8, by Mrs. Joe Seal| ~,. ~..n a~.. T~..~ U ~,~m~ ..~| Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slbole,| 10 38 7 3 33 ar ] at her home in M dd eway in h n- . Glenalden Pa, were guests of ........ . e to cent nue for another term. r 1 , " TOTALS 2 38 23 98 18 115 84 279 [These are Mrs. Robert Sowers, r of her husband, Mr-Je Seal,)Bef~r~.~!}e'Va~.';,,Mr~Hallie W~']Mr. andMrs. Harold Burlaman for[ . .TOTALS 128 48 156 90 47 118 M~adh~w~v T'~,~t | president; Mrs C. V. Boyer, vice. Sr., and their son, Joe, Jr. ] ~,,,,~a ~, ~,-~,,,,~ ~ ~"-'cl ~'~'| several days last week. | l~al)letown Dist, Mtddl~w~ 0 g ~a a~ ~ ~ (president; Mrs Clarence Small- Mr James Gaynor, near In-X-h, ~ ~--~i,-"-f ~ed~o- | Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith spent[ KABLETOW~ 1Q . /~ 1. ~' ~t ~::~.:~,:_, ~ ~ , 6 7: ,; ;; ;; ,; :: | wood, secretal~y; Mrs. Oral' B. wood; is visiting his son, Daniel l-~'ie~." "l~rs "Ed~na'Feafl 'S'hew-| Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. DennisI RIP~-~ ' .... :: : : ~: ,-' ~-~ ........... " "" "" *" "" .... " " " " " Gra t Shenandoah Va .... ~ ~ ,~ z~ ~t~ Hughes, treasurer It was unanl- and family, Bethany Farm V~sl-bridge, at her home in" Harpers y a , . . lmously agreed to increase the teA on Sunday were "Jam sl '~err .... i,h, .... *,*h -f ,h-} " / Kearneysvllle 11 6 11 20 4 15 27 24 18 r e Mr and Mrs Robert Wilt and SUMMIT POINT 48 4 10 26 7 102 ................... a ......... ,. .......... f i "n qPflq~&I.~ 1] d.i ~l l.q~ q+l --gl 1~' ~fi 4~ | pledge. Vmnds and family of near In-I deat~- h,,. husband Alfred W| am ly, Washl gton, D C., andl ............ TOTALS 27 71 92 32 77 190 199 151 J ^o nual assistance with her flowert Wil/iam Ramev Downey son of[ Neff Stuckey at Lakeland, Fla. | " " t...~ ~,~,..:~:.. ~,t...~. .... ~^. t feds. , On Sunday Mrs. Clarence / Frank L and Flora Rame,, Down:l M~sses Shefla and Sharon Am-, DUFFIELD 24 2 5 11 9 25 GRAND TOTALS 160. 43~ 388 697 519 428 1475 409 889 "~n ,,~:~u~ ~'~'~.~[Smallwood was a dinner guest. [ ~v anal ~rand.~an of th~ late .Tack[ brose, Shepherdstown, spent the [ MOI,ER'R X c~nAn.~ ~9 9 ~ ~ ~ ~ _ - _ _ ~_ .... . .. 7~..--, --:-~-..,:.~ -~.~-, v,,.v.: ~--- Mr and Mrs Thomas Penwell/tt'ame: ~-('his-'lao-me-'in-~Iart-ins--I weekend with their grandparents, I ,,,~C'.,-~ ~,,~L~-'L'::.=.-.:" -" _'_ " _~_ ~_ "" ~tYar~:/~gct~e a~sence ot r~ev. ente~ained at a party Sunday af.lbur.;'~o~n Wesley White, dean[Mr and Mrs George Ambrose [ ~z.~:_t'~v__~L_~_~':r_'__ z~ lg S lZ 7 40 I~/'il]11~ tt~| |[ ||annO erede a veiny 'i~7:reWt~#g "ean~ bir~hd?YDenThSend p~es/~[y Wser~./ter, Mrs. William Snyder inrShep[ pa~en:s,L?:~eansdwMa~z Er3~tlePTedr [ TOTALS 147 40 57 86 40 196 thought-provoking sermon on the herastwn' mr unar es rla "Sny '' ~!::S!;;~:~ii;t;:il'' GRAND TOUR ! THA~K~ li BEST WAY I KNOW TO THANK YOU IS TO TRY TO better at this writing, son Frankie Howell Rufus and [ John Leight 65, of Grimes, Fred " _ o: . ., W'!' map t, Md., , ........... ~, ..... ~.-- T,.~.. ~,~ A.,a ...... " ...... ' .... I ~ric~ C-unt- Va bou-lit the visiteo ~rienas in mis community i WOUlll liKe tO express my neartte~t gratitude to t] ue.. auu +.~z~ oo,., ~, ~.u,~,o micnael J~lliOtl; Timm l~allen er .... ~' ", ~" DO A GOOD JOB. of Arlington, Va., are" spending and David Wiiev Mry Mar et [ farm of W. W. Everhart, south- Sunday afternoon. _ people of.Jefferson County for the wonderful vote " west of M ddlewa containing 130 gave me in the May 10th Primary Electron much of their time now at their Wood, Mr and Mrs N'elson Pen-[ " Y, " " I I .... . " . . . " farm "Avon Wood ..... This ast acres H am eieetee, t promise that ill try my best P well, Mrs Georgia Royston, Miss . . . . RICHARD E, NEAL week a contractor has given the Shirle,, Jackson Miss Marie Pen [ Robert L. Biller was fatally in- T AXT.~k qP~ L'%~,~,,.,~,~, ~tff,, merit the confidence which you have~s]hown in me. t,~....a.. ,~ .... x=r xr.. exterior of their home a coat of well an~ ~n ~v~rmnn "ljured by.,a locomotive while he vv ~lt xv ~2~l~t;~ ~v~tj, Thank vou all very much- paint..Also the cattle guard at Robert Howell, Jr., suffered a w.as movmgbagga.ge on a ru k Appreclatlon To Those BET~V u ~,~r~,r, the entrance to their farm has snrained ankle Sunda-' His at tne ks & t) ~ta~ion at riarpers ,,~, ~,. ~__ I,, . , ~ n. ~r~r~ been improved with side flanges, brother, Rufus has been" Substi. Ferry. yvno votee for Anu (Mrs. Donald J. Baker) . Ma land. Congressman Charles tutiing for him' in the dairy work Supported Me In The May 19-If-pal. IVlCU. Matnlas, Ot near wasning- on the Mervin Roderick farm m, T. , ton, D C., has been spending Mr Lewis Gaynor and son of Died: . At his home-near Sum- lvlay 1~ rTlmary ~;lect- I WOULL LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO VOTED FOR AND SUPPORTED ME' AT THE MAY 10th PRIMARY ELECTION, IN BEHALF OF MY RE- ELECTION AS C O U N T Y COMMISSIONER I GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR EFFORTS. GEORGE R. CRIM SUMMIT POINT, W. VA. (Certified Wiring) .-.MODERNIZE YOUR-- Home - Office. Farm GET OUR FLIES ESTIMATE Westinghouse Products ~ome time at his farm, Valley View. ~,r ,,, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow en- tertained the following at a din- ner Sunday: her mother, Mrs, Henry Clipp and daughters, Rex- anne, Darlene a andHebe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonnough and two sons of Ranson. Patsy and Clear Spring, Md., were visitors mit Point, William C. Carpers, Sunday of his brother, Daniel aged 48 years; in Woodstock, Va. Gaynor and family of Bethany Mrs, Mary C. Levell, 60, widow of Farm. the Rev. William T. Leavell of Mrs. Harry M. Kable and son, this county; near Charles Town, Todd, of near Charles Town spent Mrs. Daisy Whittington, in her the past weekend with her moth- 28th year; in Charles Town, Mas- er-in.law, Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, ton HeAter, aged 69 years. Avon Hill, while the former's Col. R. P. Chew bought "Wood Stanley have completed their new home which is a very attractive one with a large picture window facing the east affording them a lovely view of the Blue Ridge husband accompanied a group of Boy Scouts on a camping trip near Hedgesville. Duriing the afternoon on Saturday Todd de- cided to go on an exploring trip berry," farm of 356 acres, near Kearneysville, for $65 an acre. Married:. In Washington, D. C. Miss Mary AIverta Baker and Mr. i Thomas D. Webster, both of Cha- rles Town. As Executor of the late Walter D. Chapman's Estate, I will sell at Public Sale the following articles, located at his late residence, about ~ mile South of Rippon. W. Va. on: SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1966 Sale Starting At 10.00 O'Clock, D.S.T. (ALONG STATE ROAD NO. 340) 9 piece Mahogany dining room suite, A-1 shape; 3 piece Bed. room suite, mahongany veneered; 5 Beds, complete, some iron. wood, 1 brass; 3 piece Parlor suite; Dressers; Wash stands; Bed stands; Chest of drawers; 5--10 x 12 Rugs, some like new; Linoleum rugs; Trunk; Card tables; Straight back and Rocking chairs; Bed clothing, Blankets and Sheets, Pillows, Feather tick; 2 Ironing boards; Window blinds and screens; Clothes hamper; Electric floor and table lights; Electric sweeper; Electrie sewing maebine; Frigidaire electric stove with 4 holes; Kelvinator refrigerator freezer and refrigerator, complete, A-1 shape; Lots of electrical stuff; 2 Hall tables; Mirrors; Oak writing desk with secret drawer; Coffee table; What-Not shel. ves; Mantel clock; Porch swing, settee and chairs; Wardrobe; Clothes rack and Hall rack Kitchen table and 4 chairs; Kitchen sate; IOtehen eabinet; Kitchen utensils, pots and pans; Flour himself. After missing the little two-year.old shaver, a search was begun. When ,found he had rid- den down the driveway onto the road and was headed towards Myerstown. Kitchen water installation is be. ing placed in the home recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bush. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer, Jr., and sons, Donald and James, are now residing in their home, Lit- tle Paxton. Death of Mrs. Barlow Word has been received of the r~cent death of Mrs. Doris Bar- low, widow of the late Dr. Roy A. Barlow at her late home in Nova Scotia. Both deceased once re- sided in this community at "The Rocks," when he practiced in Berryville and Winchester while Mrs. Barlow practiced at Newton D. Baker VA Hospital. Mrs. Ollie Zombro, her niece, Mary Jane Dillow, the former's sister, Mrs. Jessie Clipp, Mrs. El- sie Grey and grandson, Jimmy, ion. Albert G. Hooper, Jr. I II III IIIliI I I CARD Of THANKS I want to thank my friends for their support in my run for the School Board. MRS. JAMES GRANTHAM Middleway, W. Va. I Ill Ill Illl I lll I Ill I I I Illll I1 II ! LET OUR "WATCHDOG" OIL HEAT SERVICE GUARD YOUR HEATING COMFORT 725 .7510 I~ll &UTOMKrIo DELIVEIII|8 $4F ..... chest; Kitchen scales; Some lard; Mops and brooms; Glass |ars visited Sunday with Mrs. Clipp's and tubs; Chicken crates; Chicken brooder; Sprayer; Wheel- |]Son.in.law and daughter, Mr. and barrow; Step ladder; Single corn planter; Garden plow; Sack I[[Mrs. J. W. Willingham and sons stove; Large cast iron stove; Lots of |unk; Old pull-down light; II[of Winchester. HE l~ r Miss Linda Rouss entertained RANGES - WAS - RADIOS L ather hool sa hel, old; Windshield for Model T ca ; Books; I I REFRIGERATORS TELEVISIONS Cmna amt glass ware; Waffle iron; Old lanterns; Stone Jars; I]a g u P,f/r ends, a pajama Old churn; Dimmey John; Side saddle; Horse rake; Old hay ll] "-"~ -"~': ""~"~" baler; Pile of old lumber; Old manure spreader; Tractor cultF II{ vacation mine ~enool MA6AHA rater; LOts of other artieleu not menUoned, l I| heVacatin Bible School will bed in the local church in the TERMS CASH On Day of Sale yen n f om loc , : " l[ e i g r 7-9 o c k begin- A .A NT Nothlng To Be Removed Untll +ttled For. Lnneh Rights , [ ning. MondaYl~ June 6. Continuin_g: ~ [R = .... -t ,/tot two wee s mrougn +une rt, I ...... lr~tTTV lr~ #'~nrlrlT~,~m'lxT ~|there will be classes for pupils , .... I AUIa U. Ul'1 l"i1Ai l| from the nursery through the in-! wranT n rw,, Dial 725-5516 EXECUTOR ||termedite groups. Mrs. Woodrow Ikk kl: Jl UJLb t.A)., .,, ,m ..... / Adams was appointed director by North G~ 8~ "-" C'+dar]e$ Town, W. VL MOORE & MooRE, Cleksr May 12.2t- ~|John E. Demory, superintendent] IJiet'l'Ki~U'lUlg | of Sunday School, ]--. COMPLETE LINE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES: TO THOSE OF YOU WHO VOTEB FOR SUPPORTED ME IN THE MAY 10th, ELECTION IN MY CANDIDACY FOR CO1 COMMISSIONER, I SAY THANKS, SO VERY TO YOU, EACH ONE. J. EDWARD 'Eddie' MAGAHA CHARLES TOWN, W. VA I WISH TO THANK EVERYONE WHO VOTED AND SUPPORTED ME AT THE TUESDAY, MAY PRIMARY ELECTION, FOR RE-ELECTION TO COUNTY COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. E. E. ('Sam) HENKLE HALLTOWN, W. VA. FOR YOUR MIX ICRI:'I' HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Marttnsburg Plant 267-8955 I