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Charles Town, West Virginia
May 26, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 26, 1966

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- ~Z~Z.,~ on an assignment for the Goddard ! Robert Light. During the roE- I Mr. Charles Wilt has been very May 29 - June 2 l SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM'ER'S ADVOCATE APTIVITIES IN Space Center I tine business meeting, it was an- much inaisposea at his home in~ A wholesome tale for the fam- THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 ~v~=~, ........... [ Mrs S. C. Glassford is a patient nounced that Miss Mary Lynn Bolivar. ....... !ily trade features the well known ~- (~lll~A~JlT [[~l~M[~ 9_ ADI~A [inthe Charles Town General Hos- Childs hart oeen selectee as me lvlrs l~azet ~arter ot rlagers- Disney magic with animals, and JUIVllVii/ rUIR | (~ ~nl[-~ pital, having been admitted there recipient of the fifty-dollar scho: town, M~: spem a few days last general audiences should enjoy it. GO To Church Sunday Subscribe To The Spirit-AdvO I,m Thursday fur nbservation and iarsnip awara, lEe custom ot week wlm her parents, lvir. ann wh, a.~,~ naf, rMlv ~tpal ov~rv By Mrs. Stuart Crim---Phone 725-7777 [ treatment .... i awarding this scholarship to a Mrs Charles L. Wilt [ ~Y'= 7"'. = ..... .... ..... .... E-ECUT0- S ALEX R - ~~~llF~:~~mPY~l~:~l~;~i~;:.41~.;i:~ [ Mr and Mrs Hobart Kline and ! ~r:ad~:~eToWwh h? ~n~e::d f/:e Mr. Jay Eackles and son Mich- scene fareSmP~e ~nnamgcPer:~e ~ ~ ;~ ~:~~'~':~~ ~ ~'-''~:~ .'~'. ' .... - " ~ n g 1 aelof Front Royal wererecem children, Stephen, Andy, Mark .... ' tr , " " , the Summit Point School was scenes m whmh the dogs des oy Surprised on Birthday Davxd Gro~e andson Gregory of I ann Nancv nf Kirby ~ent Sunda~,] . , . wmtors at the home of the for- ,~.~, .... , ..... n~ ...... ~. .... H~,,i Comnlimentin~, Mr Lawrence t Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Lee [vi~'H.~. ~,~ h.m'~',~fiela~ter;~]discntinued last year in ~avor ot mers mother, Mrs. Mary Eackles ."'~,','. ......... )"s,7, ~'~, ",~'~."~ "~" Grove ;n his seventy-eighth birth- LEpton and daughter Sandra of brother-in-l~aw and'sister, Mr: andI anP~:~acmaltc~iodol,ne~:Y hCahildren fB:l~,Vl~rte, Zombro of Bolivar ~Yq:n:dg:tp::?h:::s ;;~fu;my day a deli,,htful sur,.rise ,~arw~Armel, Va, and Mr and Mrs Paul IMrs Elwood Cheshire aand chil-[ ......... , , . As Executor of the late Mrs. Elizabeth M. Baeehtel's estat~ ., ~ v , v ~ ". reacuva~ea oy a tormer reclpmn~ is a atient in the Winchester mg was held at his home on Sunday Grove anad three children of Mar- dren, Deborah, Johnny and of th award wh -refers to re - P ....... I " I will sell at public sale the following antiques and modern , . . I .... "-i- t e o p , - I Memoriat riospital, where ne wiul ~ furniture, located on West Washington Street, Shepherdstow$ evening by his sons and daugh- tmsburg. Also ws~tmg Mr. and ~rlcu_ ..... main anonymous When the as- undergo surgery~ [ ~_~T~f~'~.~ ters-in-law and their families. The I mrs. ~rove on ~unaay were me [ A~ena ~prmg meeung I sociation reassembles in Septem- [ Mrs Granville Dinkle is a pat- ,,, ............... West Virginia, next to Presbyterian Church on: group, spent, a very. enjoyable eve- I latter s sister, Mrs.. Louis Light. The annual spring meeting of [ ber, .the presiding officer will be I ient in Winchester Va. Memorial [ ..... ~ I il SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1966 nmg during which the guest of' and daughter, M~ss Mary Lomse the Jefferson County Home Dem- president Mr. Harvey H. Kerche- Hospital, where she exnects to l __ honor was presented with a num- Light ,also of Martinsburg. I onstraUon Clubs was held at the[val; secretary, Mrs. Robert Light; undergo surgery - I -J Starting At 10:00 A. M., E.D.S.T. ber of attractive gifts and deli- Mr. William O. Macoughtry, III, I Community Center near Bardane[ and treasurer, Mrs. Je.r.ry Bane;[ Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eackles of ~') ~~ Cious refreshments were served./of Laurel, id., spent the past [ on Tuesaay m las~ week when aI Tne.omce o~ wce-presmem wm [Frederickburg, Va. spent Sunday [ ~ ~ A N T I Q U E S Those present in addition to Mr. [ weekend visiting his parents,.Mr. [ very.interesting program was ip[:~ [ be filledat alaterodate# ...... . [ with his mother, Mrs. Mary Eack. I ~$~e~ - Walnut bed complete; several other walnut beds; old bra$ and Mrs Grove were ad .] [ er i ncheon was enI" ] , t..~ t~r'~p~ ~ ......... u ~ .v,,. ~ ........ ~. ~.u ~,.~ o~e r~ o.~ e |[Mr n Mrs ann ~rs. w V ~lacougntry nay- I s , . coy ed d sh lu - children, Kenny and Pamela, of Mr a r M art , bed; marble top walnut dresser; two walnut chests of drawerS Alton Grove and sons, Larry and mg returned earher in the week ...... nd Mrs. Geo ge cC y joyed During the morning ses- Charles Town were ws~tors on n i 1 nn mahogany chest of drawers; hall tree; steeple ~lock; mant~ R~chard of Leetown, Mr and Mrs. from Boston, Mass, where he was : ....... .......... a d 1 ttle daughter, Caro Ly, . " stun me speaker was ~rs. ~lea- ~unaay at me home o~ me lat .... ~ ............ ] .......... [ ..... I of Beltsvflle, Md. v]mted at the l ...... clock; mahogany dining room table and chairs; three piee~ I nor t~lenn, ~tate rsxtenslon Fro-lter's parems ~vir ann wirs An-t~ .... ~ ~__ o ~, ,~^~.,. ..... "~-" ~ ' I living room suite; two pair candelabra, candle sticks; sterliI ~=~rrttA/~r t~l,~t'll~ I~A~ATHA[I~I~ [gram Leader of the Umverslty of[brey Jenkins. Also V Sltlng re'laMwit M.' - M s ecqWebh[I I i ' ~.~,v,,~= ~,~,~.~,~v ~ ........ ---- [West Virginia in Morgantown,[cently at the Jenkins home wereI ~Ir~ "Gra~o"R'arn~di11" enntinues]l ~x'r~ r~tY~tf[I'~TIg'~'~T i silverware; carving sets; silver sets of Gorham silver; lots e n= . r. -- e [whose topic, "Come Alive," was[Terry and Carlton Jenkins, sons[~,n~:,2.~ :Tv'2:';:Y,~',: ~:(~kH~,~, [I VIJIJ l~Ul~lll~lU2.~ ] odd pieces; ironstone, china; cut glass; hand painted ch n~l TOt excellefll Tlnlsn OT [illustrated with many interesting[ of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins of I frn"m~t'h~f"f~e"t~" ,T~"~all" ~%~a'in'. I I I chocolate set; gold watches and other jewelry; bevel edge h a~l ........................................................ ~ 1 mirror; nine cane bottom chairs; pictures and picture framt I ann omgmm exnlmts. During me I Ranson, who Glinted tnmr grancl- [ od ~nrn~ w~k~ a~,n I I P .....&==,-- I [..~A~ ~e~r~l,'~o [afternoon session a collection of l parents while their parents wereI ................. II I'UrllllUrC I flat irons; old lantern; high chair; music cabinet; oil lamp~ n u,~,,o,~ r~l~,~,.~ I oriental china was exhibited and I in Baltimore, Md., with their sis- I I II ~ I l I andirons; suga[ bucket; old jars; books; shelves. I \ [discussed by Mrs. Augusta Phil-I ter, Sandra, who underwent an I ....... II & I ~.,,....m~.~.~__~=~..::~:~=:::~:::~::~--~,:a:.~n~::~=nima~= l lips of Shepherdstowwn, a skit en-[ eye examination at Johns Hop. [ unvn I I , .. - , , MODERN FURNITURE / [~ii|i!i~~ii~~~ii~ Ititled "Traffic Court" was pre-[kins Hospital [ IVlVlllL I] ann.anep_ I~1[* | Oval china closet; oak chest of d~awers; several large wardi !!i::iiiiii|i~!!;~ [seated by mem rs of th -[ Mr. W,ll~am Glascock ,s a pa-] ~,~a,~ I I, ~[e [ robes; iron bed; wash stands; card tables; trunks and sui! ~i~ilij~ !~ ] town Home Demonstration Club [ tient in the Winchester Memorial [ [rw I I131 w. Washington St. I cases; blanket chest; bed and table linens; pillows; blankets a_n~! .~.:.;~.~.~ .~.~.~.~.