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Charles Town, West Virginia
June 6, 1968     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR R'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 A---g ~. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Sululay There will be Divine Worship Service Sunday, June 9th, at 9:00 o'clock. Church School will fol- low at 10:00 o'clock. The Kabletown ttome Demon- stration Club met May 23rd at Clearbrook was announced for September. It was decided to or- der new song books for the club. Mrs; Jerry Johnston represented the club at the smocking class. Mrs. Charles Langdon lead de- votions, reading the 138th Psalm, followed by prayer and closing with a poem. Miss Dianne Johnston was hon- ored on her sixteenth birthday on Sunday, May 26th, when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Johnslon entertained to a cook- out. Those present were: Mrs. Ihe home of Mrs. David MeMillan with 15 members and 1 visitor Mrs, Abner ttockensmith, pres- enL Mrs. John Rissler opened the m e~ting by reading the poem, "Happiness." The lesson, "Living Creativily," was presented by Mrs. Robert McGary. She told of the six components that are es- sential to today's homemaker for self-improvement, health, intelli- gence, empathy, autonomy, judge- ment and creativity. The roll was called and the minutes were read and approved. A financial report was given. The club supported the student fund and Pennies for Friendship. Committee reports were given. Mrs. Jerry Johnston gave a report on the "Round The World Tour" of Mrs. Aroti Dutt of india who is World President of A. C. W. W. A motion was made and car- ried to send a 4-H member to Camp Frame. The area meeting to be held at Mathias, W. Va. ofi June 27th was announced. A tour of the Corning Glass Plant, Pike- side, and the Woolen Mills at Mrs. Victoria Chrisman, Mrs. Margaret Fiddler, Charles Town. A large number of invited guests were unable to attend. See Next Week's paper for add- itional Kabletown News. Activities Calendar Leetown Baptists Following Js the calen4ar of activities for week of June 9-15 for the Baptist Church as ann unc ed this week by Millard E. Wil- ]lam~ pastor. Sunday: 9:45 A. M. Sunday School; 11:00 A. M. Worship; 12:00 P. M, Library Opened; 2:00 P. M. Deacons Meeting. Tuesday: 7:30 P. M. Bap,tist Men's Meeting at th Church. Wednesday: 7:00 P. M. Choir Practice; 7:45 P. M. Prayer Serv- ice and Church Business Meet- ilag. READ THE CLASSIFIED BE WISE -- ADVERTISE I wish to thank the people of Charles Town for the opportunity you gave me to serve ms the Mayor of our fine community for the past 20 years. It has been truly a most gratifying experience for me to have had your confidence and support for the past two decade I was not able to accomplish all of the many municipal improvements and make all of the progressive changes | would have liked to have seen come to Charles Town to the limited financial resources available for mu- ipal operations. But during the 20 years I served as your Mayor, my administration did achieve a number of what I believe to be major and important goal all of which have made for a better and more progressive community in which to live. And I am most grateful to you, the Voters of Charles Town. for having given me the opportunity to be a part of this progress. As a result of having served as your Mayor for many years, I was able to meet and know many of the nation's lop business and political leaders including the late John F. Kennedy, "Mr. Rayburn and also the current vice.presiden! of the United States, Hubert Humphrey. AlsAa as a result of having been your Mayor I feel that much of the success of my businessbeen due to your support over the past 20 years. I have al- ways valued your friendship, and hope this friendship will continue in the years ahead. I feel a great deal of pride in having come to, Charles Town as a ptmr young immigrant boy and having been selected by you to be your community leader for ten con utive two-year terms of office. Again, I thank you for having had the opportunity to serve as the Mayor of Charles Town for so long. My thanks also goes to all those who served along with me in the City Adminish ation during those 20 years. And I wish to say that I offer full support and cooperation to Dr. Donald C. Master, the newly elected Mayor of Charles Town, and the City Council, in pro- moting even more growth and progress for Charles Town. NICHOLAS CARSON Suppose, for a minute, that the water in your well should drop. This is a common occurence. Say it drops from 25 to 30 feet. Costly trouble for you? You bet---unless you have the protection of the 5ta-Rite Convertible Pump. All you do is make a simple, low-cost change of jets to convert this pump from shallow-well to deep well use. No need to replace the whole pump or make expensive changes, necessary with ordinary pumps. With this Sta-Rite Convertible Pump, you have the sensible way to get an abundance of water from your variable-level well. Top quality, self priming. Easy terms. See US now. Charles Town Cooperative RANSON, W. VA. -- 725-2212 O ) I I FRF~qH TABLERITE SMALL LEAN TENDER LB, TABLERITE SLICED LB. PKG. TABLERITE LEAN LB. PKG. TABLI~RITE ALL MEAT SKINLESS F R A N K S LB. PEG, TABLERITE TENDER PLUMP C C L01N END SLICED L B U. S. GRADE A CENTER CUT C Ib COUNTRY STYLE TABLERITE TASTY C Ib DOUBLE "H" FRESH -- i G A FROZEN FOOD ii i I BUYS -- II IGA ASSORTED BANQUET ASSORTED C00K-IN-BAG 4 5.oz Pkg, 89c TABLERITE GRADE AA QTRS. P KERHOUSE ROLLS Pkg. ot 24 29c FREEZER QUEEN CHICKEN STEW 2-Lb. Pkg. 99c MAXWELL HOUSE REG. or DRIP or ELECTRIC PERK APPLE or COCONUT-CUSTARD BANQUET PIES BIRD'S EYE CUT CORN or PEAS BIRD'S EYE PEAS & CARROTS BIRD'S EYE CHOPPED or LEAF SPINASH 2 2ooz Pkgs. 49c 3 io.oz.49c 3,0-oz 49c 3 ,o.o Pkgs. 49e LAUNDRY DETERGENT IGABRAND "2" PETER PAN LIGHT CHUNK TUNA 3 e ,/, o 89c McCORMICK'S SEALTEST VITAMIN MILK gal S I c ORANGE BREAKFAST DRINK CROSSE. LACKWELL R E L I S H Dog-lndia-.Sweet-Hamburlrer 5 IO.5-o pkgs. $1 MOR.VALUE M US TARD Q' 25c OPEN PIT BAR-B-G SAUCE 3,oz. B"- $1 ASSORTED FLAVORS ROYAL GELATIN 4 -oz. 35c MUELLER ELBOW MACARONI CHEF BOY-AR-DEE With MEAT SPAGHETTI SAUCE Lb. 23c ,5.o 27c CALIFORNIA LUSCIOUS NABISCO OREO CREAMS APPETEASERS L 5 Ic o 39c SNAPPIN' CRISP DOODADS MAXWELL tlOUSE 1/2-PRICE SALE INSTANT COFFEE oz.39c 2 .-oz Jars $1.43 RIPE FIRM TENDER LEAF INSTANT TEA -oz,69c WESTERN LIQUID CLEANER AJAX 20c OFF 40-Oz. Size 59c BLUE BONNET 2c OFF QUARTER MARGARINE PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE FRESH GRADE A 25c 3o, 29c FLORIDA VALENCIA NEW CROP PELLETTsEEDLESS ! PRICES GOOD THRU SAT JUNE 8th QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED L C B 21b! P OZ tb! P OZ oz cans e e I