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May 25, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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ago this Monday morning, some I ted Mrs. Henderson in the Char- I ter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie John I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Fam sa$ ADVOCATE '.A,v~ A~rt tq~ wind and clouded skies later in lottesville, Va. Hospital on Sun- ]male and family on Jefferson Ave ston and daughters. I TWITKt.~rIAV MAV 9K "lq~l 5.-.R ................... the day a pep of sun shine. Tues- ~ day. Her many friends are glad to ]Mr. Hovermale is having a ten We were very sorry to hear of ~ .... _'~ ..... , .;..,-- .:,~, .,,v, ..... *. ]l~i~'lrkl 1' I II I ILl day cloudy showers and in after know she is improving after hay- day vacation fro~ Newton Baker the death of Mrs. Florence Small[ ....................... lr~|~ I| ~ |LL ~ noon sunshine and a rather chilly'ing undergone an operation last [Hospital where he is employed, wood Pope which occurred at th~ son ~oooyof ~runswicK, Me. Mr., ann ~onala v~anas, el ~erraras- ............. i . c ade w k [ Mr and Mrs Robert Webb and erie 1 he it 1. rs Po p ~ywes~er frye ot ~e~nesaa, MaI town, Mr ann Mrs Harry ~mrtey n ght The furna e really m ee . . . g ra sp a M . pe was .......... . ...... ... .... By Mrs. Georgia Pearl. one very comfortable. Wednesday Miss Joy Sager spent the week I son of Shenandoah Junction were born and raised in our little town ~er v romer ann sister-ind.a,w Mr: I o t ~iaamway, ~r..ann ~lrs. uon- Imorning 52 and chilly sunshine end with her aunt and uncle Mr.]Wednesday evening callers with but after marriage she lived in]ann ~rs. ~uo.let~e ~nam~m ot[am overmale ann cmmren uav .......[ onand off during the day.. some and Mrs. W~'lliam Dean m" Mart'nl s[ their aunt Mrs. Beulah Fritts, Halltown. Mrs_. Pope was greatly[ ~anson. ............... an(/ a triena ~rs.. t;atner-[ ~ie ann Donna ox Jetrerson Avenue Changeable the past week I would say more i sort of a sweater was very comfor burg. [ Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan loved by all who knew her and Ime ~ol!er ot ~runswlcK: Tne tar-lane Mrs: t;harms ~tOCKS of Bruns er is so very changeable like autumn weather. One week I table in late evening. Thursday. Birth of Son land sons Eugene and Ronald Via- our deepest sympathy goes to her [ge m~ncmy cake was D ageo oy ]WlCK, Me. ........... L ........................ i morning 50 degrees and some i Friends have received announ- Inds and Mr. Albert Welsh of Ger son and relatives. Iner aaugmer Anna ~elle. Mrs. I Messrs. Albert Viands Sr. and ~,~,,~,~.,~ ...... - ....: ........-- .... i wind and rather penetrating a-[omo, fthebi hof so "~I~[rardstown were dinner guests on Mrs F e' " Fryerecewed somemceanduse[Nelson Bush were Monday even. ~ ~ ~ A T ~ b~ut:lr~ dafy" Frddaymgurrrl~n7 t~: Deuge~SU:~etr~h:rto2eVf" Rnv~a-Va:, h:;~Siu~edra-!n-lnaw:t~Mtrhard b~I:/sh.eDaand bir~~!:~:diYYuend:;le::ath:d 1 ~;~na~:~nl~tors , 'in-~:wal~i:: an!t:Mth:~iiir~wm:~i~:; ~ ~ ~ ~ day. In early evening there was ~ IMr Underwood was vaster of the [Gayno Kabletow . [ u ay visitors with Mr. and ~ and faro" y " y. .....~ glimpse of sunshine. Saturday Baphst" " Church for s~'x year before ] Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of home here with her children, pres I Mrs. Bert Viands. and brother Mr. ~7~- ~~1-~ mornin I enjoyed very much i c II Reva Kabletown were Saturday evening ent Mr and Mrs Charles Stocks Roland Whipp were Mr and Mrs Ford Motor names John Dyk~ I , g accept nga a to . ] ' ....... being near the fire a cold penetra Mr and Mrs Lewis Sa~er spent visitors with their and Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and t George Morgan, James, Eugene | tra president. .......i@11 v L411 I (T I F'LR I~./~LT~L4 , ting air heavy clouds in late even ] SundaYwith their son and daugh | " 'ARM MACHINERY, ETC. F;ed:rick. Md'where theyhave Wuesd ynight a!lers!it'hMr'' i ili lilt- ' ~rtnlck-Deering Model H Tractor, F-30 McCormick- lived qu te a' number 0f years,land Mrs. Bert Veds.were T H E F R I E N D L Y ] e | 1|[ | ~... ~ e ; P , precious memories of his child-] Mr. andMrs. RonaldWilesandl[ ~-.," ..~ ~_ ,1,_ __ ,,r ~r._ ".~ II , [ ,ml Complete with New 56" S~w! DeLgv~l Milker hood days. He was a barber while daughter Sherri of Loudoun Hei-[ [ rnone lU wnaries town, w. va. ,a , ! ~0 !0-gal. milk cans, Annydrous Ammonl~ Seeder grid in Frederick but now has stock ghts, Va. spent the day Tuesday~ | | rl Some Other F~rm Items and Sm~tll Things not and also does some barbering, with their brother-in-law anti sis "_1 " I .......... I On Day of Sate. HAROLD C. SMITH, Owner PHONE Diamond 9-4071 POOLESVILL~, MD. BY REMEBURG and R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer. ~LEXANDEE, Clerk. LUNCH WILL BE ~EP.VED. t e$o$$oeooooo@$@@@o an oo o.gooooeego ogoo DISTRIBUTOR ' CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II By Miss Lmian Myers Ruritan Club Meeting The first regular meeting of the New Junction Ruritan Club was held at the Community Center Monday, May 15. There were 19 members present for th dinner. Meeting with Mr. Leonard Will- iams and Mr. Newton McKee of the Bedington Club as visitors. In order to build the clubs treasury wives of the members SerVed the dinner free. Discussion was held in order to incorporate the club and placing of Ruritan signs definite points, this will have to be takenup at the next nee ng. After the meeting ad- ourne various committees met for the purpose of outlining the summers work. Mrs. William Wisham and dau ghter Shirley visited last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Grover Leith. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burwell and children of Falls Church, Va. spent the weekend with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal. Mrs. Dargan Lucas and children of Monroe, Va. are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed H tn, mend and aunt Miss Camilla Wilt- shire. Doctor and Mrs. John Potter and son Jeffrey of Cleveland, Ohio are spending a we~k with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hill of Lu- ray, Va. visited his mother Mrs. Carrie Hill and brother Mr. Jas- per Hi|l M0ther Day. _ e - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fayn ttarisonburg, Va. spent the week with their son and daughter- in-law Mr: and Mrs. David Pay- no. Mr. Harry Henderson and dau- ghter Miss,Nancy-Henderson visi. The climate couldn't be better for buying a new (and that's the car more people are buying!) The wish-I-had-a-Chevy season's here! Summer's in sight. Horizons are brightening. Vacation plans are percolating. It's the most rewarding time of the year to stop by and talk buy with your Chevrolet dealer. Ill And why not do more than just talk? Take a Jet-smooth Chevy out on the road. That wonderfully gentle ride you'll feel is what we're so proud of (Full Coil suspension and a chassisful of other road tamers are responsible). Inspect the advantages of the finely built Body by Fisher (none can match it in Chevrolet's tield), Look over the full selection of models and compare the prices (18 Six and V8 Jet-smooth Chevies are priced below comparable competitive models*). So now you know why more people are buying Chevies than any other Tnake. Just one other thing--check the sweet trade-in allowance your Chevrolet dealer can offer you now. how easy it is to blossom out in a new Chevrolet? *Based on a comparison of manufacturers' suggested retell p~ices (including Federal tax) for models with llgdnch wheell~l or above, li Cdr~tte~twa o] 31 models awaiting yo~r pleasure at Sour Chw~o~e~ dealer's See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center \ West Washington Stree{ I Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 42