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(FROM PAGE l-B) Star. Both rate number one positions in our book of real champions in their business SEE WHERE the Valley View Golf Association has purchased the for an 18-hole golf course between Petersburg and Moorefield and held a ground-breaking ceremony last Monday. We plan to drive up that way soon and take a look at your venture, you fine folks up there in the South Branch Valley. Best of luck with Your new project A m0 ced in points and Mr. and Mrs. Gone Diamond, fourth with 56 points. In Charles Town day, May 28, ~ieh had 10~ in the Master point play Tues- tables of play, Turner and Louise IDuplicate Brid Club mey were first ,in the East-West play with 114 points, while Mrs. IIarper and Mrs. Shockey we~ Winners in play of the past two second with 113 points; Doris sessions of the Charles Town Dup Whiting and Evelyn Shoemaker Iicate Bridge Club held May 21 were third with 112 points and and May 28 in the Jeffersan Cou- Mr, and Mrs. Gone Diamond were ~aty Civic Center in Charles Town fourth with 105 points. were announced as follows: In the North outh play it was May 21 Evelyn Shoemaker and Mr. and Mrs. Pat DeC~range first One of the highlights of the Doris Whiting finished first with with 103 points; Mr.-~and Mrs. Spring meeting of the Jefferson a score of 68; Robert and Plxil- John Duffy second with 102 poin~ County Home Demonstration Steptoe Were second With 64 Mrs, Page and Mrs. Kern third Clubs held recently was the donn points; I~uise Ramey and Tony with 98; and Bentley Kinney and ing of costumes of the various Muscatello were thiro vcith 58 B.B. Butts, fourth with 95 points. Cotmtries from which the gradu. ate student was from which the HOme Demonstration Clubs of West Virginia sponsored in the /Ill/ School of Home Economics in I 1967./~d the above l~cure shows a group of the County Home For a wise "switch," Bring your home up-to-date electrically by installing modern Wiring, which can carry the full power load for all your appliances in complete safety. For All Commercial And Home Wiring AndTeli Your Needs To 'Ed' MAGAHA -- At The -- A LARGE SELECTION OF --- Rdri rators ElectricAl Appliances C. C. Hammann To Speak At Meeting June 10 Conrad C. Hammann, Repub- can Candidate for CounW Com- missioner from Shepherdstown District will be the featured speak er at the June meeting of Jeffer- son County Republicans to be held at the Civic Center in Char- les Town on Monday, June 10, at 7:30 p. m. ,Mr. Hammann who graduated from Carnegie Tech with a degree in Chemical Engineering, is now Vice~President of the Halltown Paperboard Company. He is a past President of the Jefferson County Jaycees and has served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Ham mann is a member of the Adviso- ry Committee on Jefferson Coun- ty Schools, and has long been active in civic and religious orga- nizations. The public is invited to attend this important meeting and pro- gram which is co.sponsored by the Jeffersoll County Federation of Republican Women and the Jeffei~on County Republican Club. Members of the newly-elect ed Republican Executive COmmR tec of the County wilt be gues1~ and will be introduced. North George Street--- Charles Town, W. Va. t I It t t It tit t ttttt The State Road Commission of West Virginia will offer for sale by public auction beginning at 10.'30 A. M. on June 7, 1968, at the location and parcel first listed below, and continuing and moving from parcel to parcel in the order listed herein, the following buildings and structures and all appurtenances the~to belonging, in. eluding but nat ltniited to shrubbery, on Pro|eet No. F. 64-(4), U. S. Route 340, Jefferson County. All said improvements are subject to possession being delivered by the owner. DESCRIPTION LOCATION FORMER OWNER PARCEL NO. Frame d iling 5' x 5' Frame shed Site of Building Site of Building Nancey Kirby Pearl 18 Naneey Kirby Pearl 18 Minimum Bid $1,000.00 1 ~ Story Masonry dwelling 8' x 10' Frame shed 12' x 15' Frame shed 10' x 15' Frame shed 3' x 10' Frame shed 6' x 8' Frame shed 5' x 6' Frame shed Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Taylor 23 Site of Building David Tzylor 23 Minimum Bid $150.00 1 Story Frame dwelling 5, x 5' Frame shed 5' x 7' Frame shed Site of Building David Taylor 23.1 Site Of Building David Taylor 23-1 Site of Building David Taylor 23-1 Minimum Bid $10.00 TERMS OF cash at the time of auetlott. to imy a minimum of the full balance must balance due, Of $200. or less, the entire amount must be paid in of $200.00, the bidder Will be required is greater, at the time of auction and banking day by a certified or cash- Commission. Failure to so,entire of the entire amount Removal or d Ht en must be tn strict accordance With State Road Commission Specifications as contained in Form RW 7.12 dated January L 1966. A copy of said -SpeetNea~Otts ll~l the p~ ~ill OT Sate may be examined at the ~ffftce O~ the County Maintonanee Superintendent, State Road Commission, town Road, Charles Town, West Virginia. The Commission. in accordance with the provisions of Title VI ~f the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (?8 Stat 252) and the Regulatior~ of the Department of Commerce 05 C. F. R Part 8), issued pursuit to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affi~i~'ely inmate that the ~I! of ~ entered into or ~eeuted pursuant to this advertisement ~il ~ awarded to the Mghest ~nsible bidded without dis- crimination on the/ round of race, cOlOr, or national origin. The Commission further notifies all bidders any instrument executed by the Commission pursuam to this advertisement will contain provisions in compliance with the Civil Rghts Act of 1964 (78 Stat, 252) and the Regulations of the Department of Commerce (15 C. F. R, pai-t 8), issued pursuant to such act. The State Road Com- mission reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Full bid mo~y Will be returned on any within 15 days. All Imp~ements must be removed from the proj in the project area within 15 days from notification by the State Road Commission. A performance bond in the anmunt to be atmonnced on the day of sail will be required of the high bidder on each parcel. May 16-23 & June 6, 1968 Demonstration Club ladies and one little boy depiciting these varoius countries. They are shown (left to right) - Mrs. Hugh Via, Mrs. Richard Wilson. Mrs. Ed- ward Lloyd, Mrs. Milton Longer- beam, Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Mrs. Arthur Chandler, Mrs. StoNing Tenney, Mrs. Owen Johnston, Mrs. Tommie Ward, Mrs. Barbara Putz Mrs. Mike Wilson. Standing in front is little Nlno Joe Briseno. Y Others who participated in the program entitled "Around the World with Our International students", but not included in the picture were Mrs. Richard Snyder and Mrs. Phyllis Farmer. Miss Gertrude Humphreys, for mer State Leader in Home Demon stration work for the Cooperative Extension Service of West Vir. ginia University, was the featured speaker for the county meeting Charles D. Freeland Promoted To Staff Was Graduated From Naval Academy June 5 CHARLES D. FREELAND Annapolis, Md, (FHTNC) -- -- Midshipman Charles D. Freeland, son of Mx. and Mrs. Charges H. Freeland of Shepherdstown, W. Va Will graduate from the U. S. Naval Academy on June 5, 1968. . Upon graduation he will be commissioned an Ensign in the !U. S. Navy and will be a~igned to Naval Air Basic Training Corn mand, Pensacola, Fla. which had as it's theme - "World Understanding." During 1:o67 Miss Humphreys visited recipients of the Home Demonstration Club scholarship in Japan, India. Tur- key, Greece, Germany and Ireland She reported that all of the girls who received these scholar.~hips now hold responsible position~ in the area of Home E ,re,miles. either teaching, or Home Demon stration work. While at the Academy, 'Midship man Freeland was a member of the brigade activ]ties committee, Naval Academy Christian Associ ation, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, halfback on the battalion football team, was on the Superiatendent's List and participated in "Operat- ion Information." He entered the Naval Academy on June 29, 1964, a{ter graduating from Romney High School in Rom hey, W. Va in 1964. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 led in the third with three runs on two walks," an error and two base hits. Haillown knotted the score again at 3-1 in the fourth and scored two more runs in the fifth, but West End came back with three, runs in the same frame to go in front and stay there. Grey was the winning pitcher] Sergeant By Air Force S. SGT. GEORGE KIDWILER, JR. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. George Kidwiler, of Bakerton that their son, George Kidwiler, Jr, has been promoted from Segeant to the rank of Staff Sergeant by the First Air Force Command of the U. S. Air Force. S/Sgt. Kidwiler, who is station- ed at Otis Air Force Base, in Mas- sachusetts, has been doing tem- porary at McCoy Air Force Base in Florida with the ignition switch Miss Lee F. Elfiott forces. Sergeant Kidwiler returned in August fram a year of duty in Vietnam. Wb=ile in Vietnam Sgt. Kidwiler was awarded the Air Force Commendation medal for meritorious esrvice as an aircraft propellor repairman at Phan Rang Air Base. He was cited for his Outstanding professional skill and initative. Sgt. Kidwiler is a gradu ate of Harpers FerzT High School SOUTH JEFFERSON RURITAN Cl. GEORGE JONES "Mr White Lightning" PROUDLY PRESENTS STARRIN6 TAMMY WYNETTE AT fHAli12S TOWN 'PJ Will Be Held In Enclosed Grandstand (So Weather Is No Problem) Other Outstanding Personalities To Be Featured On The Program Will Be The Jones Boys with George Jones Tke Potomac Valley Boys l tr & The Melody Bbys Pat@ Peer --- Jim C. Stevens --- ADMISSION PRICES -- $2.00 CHILDREN. $1,00 Receives B. A. Degree From Hollins College Miss Lee Flagg Elliott. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Elliott, Route 1, Charles Town. has re- ceived a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art from Hollins College in Virginia, the oldest chartered Woman's college in Virginia and one of tbe oldest in the nation. She and her 201 classmates re- ceived their diplomas at outdoor ceremonies on May 26, Dr. John A. Logan, president of Hollins, was the speaker at the commence mont. Miss Elliott appeared on the Dean's List her senior year. She is a graduate of The Madeira School in Greenway, Virginia. Kastle's-.- FROM PAGE 1--B runs in the third and fourth frames to knot the score at 2-2 and it stayed that way until the ninth when Prichard hit his game winning home run. In the Sunday, June 2 action '~the West End' Gulf team scored a 6-5 victory over Halltown de- spite the fact they were outhit 7-6. Halltown mo; ed i~,to a first in- ning 2-0 lead, but West End ral!- I and Frye was town. In the other day Julians scored over ~,z!:s, but no ga'~e ',', ::, e available ,( I ':' -ible to BE WISE Treat yourself to delicious, nutritious cheese, butter, and ice cream auring June Month! An extra glass of cold, refreshing milk mighty good at dinnertime. And, another cheese, pat of butter, or scoop of creamy, cream will add important nutrition to your diet. We're glad to help dairy farmers in our produce these high quality of Purina Dairy Chows. Won't you help one of our basic food industries--the ness? Include milk and milk products in this month and all year 'round. PHONE 725-2002 J ':::i:: mE Here's the record te date: M0nteg0 Cyclone Finishes 1, 2 in "Daytona 500" Montego Cyclone Finishes 1,-2 in "Atlanta 500" Mercury Cougar Voted "Best Sporty Car of '68" Mercury Cougar Finishes I, 2, 3 i Mercury Wins 3 classes in 'G8 Union/Pure 0iI Performance Trials Montego Cyclone Wins "V rgima GO0 ~IEROU~V MONTEGO MERCURY COUGAR While they last ARNOLD PALMER GOLF BALLS when you buy one, you're a winner =OlP in now during our "Competitive Edge" Sale ! Mercury's got the winners that lead tM way! Montego and CoUgar, winners off too 'cause we're going. the track as wetl as on. With a long make "corn list of features that you'd pay during our "Compe: extra for on other cars, but are Sale. With an standard on these winners! And on every trade-in. Competitive Edge tool 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. -- CHARLES TOW,tf