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picture shows George Mauck, and an employee of the Community Oiq Company, let- steel barrels which were later placed in front of all the company's service station~ as a for customers who have trash to dispose of. Mr. Thurman A. Whitacre, president Oil, has also asked his service station attendants to notice whether customers have ar other waste material that should be. disposed of, and if so for them to empty it for b~rrls. are two of the most important pests on beans. The biggest rea- son for this damage is that the home gardeners did not start and continue a good program of spray ing or dusting. A simple combin- Point of Rocks, Md. Sunday, June 11 a daughter Mary Louise was born to Mr. and Mrs. William W. Woodward, Har pers Ferry. Three births occurred Monday at the hospital. They were: a dau- ghter Sandra Elaine, born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter McK. Jenkins; Blaine Foster, a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Meadows of Harpers Ferry; and a son, Ken- neth Phillip born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Grove, Harpers Ferry. Tuesday, June 13 a daughter, Wanda Lou was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Danner of Purcellville Va. Surgical patients admitted to the hospial were: Little Jody K. Butler, Miss Patricia L. Athey, City; Miss Jo Ann Burch, Summit T. SECHRIST 52, a resident of the Middleway UNEXPECTEDLY I section of Jefferson County, died Sunday in the Naval Institute of Sechrist, 68, of Health at Bethesda, Md. following Town who has been a lengthy illness. in church and agricul- The deceased was born in Char- in Charles Town leroi, Pa. Sept. 5, 1908, a daugh- County, died early ter of the late William R. Heaton ing in Winchester and Amelia Taggy. L1 Hospital. He had l For a ume she served as Secre- hospital since May 29 tary for the Treasury Department underwent surgery, until 1942 when she was married had been assoc-to the late James F. Macoughttry. John F. Ambrose, or- With her marriage she came to as production manager the Middleway section to live and for over 30 years. He has resided in the county since" and deacon in the then. Presbyterian Chur She was a member of the Epis-' :Well known and highly copal Churc~ at Middleway. his many friends in Her survivors include a step- and Jefferson Court daughter, Helen Edmonston of deep-seated devotion Chevy Chase, Md.; and three bro- and family, thers-wiltiam J. Heaton of But- ~orn April 7, 1893 at ter, Pa.; Ralph B. of Butler and son of the late Char- Lambert E. of Boulder City, Nev. and Lilly T. Sechrist. Funeral services were held 1928 he was married Wednesday morning at 11 from Bradshaw of Jeffer the Grove Episcopal Church in His wife and one dau- Middleway with the Rev. Mr. Ar- Mary Lou Sechrist a thur Kerr, officiating. Burial was Campus Christ made in the Episcopal Cemetery orker for the Presby- at Middleway. of Richmond sur-! Bearers were: Carl Vinroe, *ith two brothers-Tru Chuck Heaton, Benjamin Horn, Sechrist, both Robert Heaton, Robert Edmond- Town; and a sister, son, Edward Slusher, James Gran Fulk of near Charles tham, W. White Grantham, Rob- the lert, H. Hardesty and W. O. Ma- Were received at coughtry. Strider Memorial Fun until this morning FARM AND HOME FIELD DAY at which time ser- AT WARDENSVILLE JUNE 16 held at 11 o'clock by l A Farm and Home Field Day dyl, McDonald, paS-lwil1 be held Friday (June 16) at harles Town Presby- He was assisted by the Reymann Memorial Farms, a Sheets of Vir- substation of the West Virginia was in Edge Hill University Agricultural Experi- ment Station in Wardensville, W. T. CHAPMAN Chapman, 50, the Whitmore Lug- for a number of Sunday morning, in Town General Hospit- illness. County, Va., he was a son of Mrs. and the he was a Baptist Church Junction. are his wife, Mrs. Min and a daughter, Pat the home here; his sisters-Mrs. Lawren Town; Mrs. Mrs. Henry Lrneysville; brother, Charles Town Mrs. Ralph Stot- Step granddaughter. nieces and nephews, conducted from Strider Memorial Wednesday at 2 p. Russell Urquhart. Rosedale Cemetery INEZ JUDD Inez Judd, 86, Judd died Sunday Town General having been ill for Ill., July 25, 1874, late Jacob and Goodrow, she County in a number of years Retreat near here. years she had Ya. Visitors to the all day affair will have an opportunity to see the latest developments in agron- omy, livestock and farm home liv ing, Dr. G. C. Anderson, chairman of the W. V. U. Department of Animal Science, announced. The Field Day will be operated on Daylight Savings Time. The program includes: Live- stock program, starting at 9:45 a. m. (EDT) featuring: swine self- feedr construction and feed was- tage; a foot trimming table for sheep; a new method for control of cattle grub; inspection of sheep flocks and review of sheep exper- iments and inspection of cattle herds and review of catle experi- ments. At noon a beef barbecue will be served by the 4-H Clubs of War- densOille. At 1 p. m. Dr. Ernest J. Nesius, dean of the College of Agricul- ture, Forestry and Home Econo- mics, will offer the University's welcome to visitors. BY J. E. SAVILLE COUNTY AGENT Japanese Beetle Time Very soon now, if not already, you will begin to see the adult forms of the Japanese beetle. These members of the insect world are ravenous eaters and will feed on most any plant life. They are especially fond of roses, grape vines,apple trees and cherry trees. Control of this pest is not easy. Those which are sprayed direct- ly will die, but others fly in from other areas. It is necessary to keep spraying. Three level tablespoons of Me- thoxychlor 50% wettable powder and one tablespoon of Malathion enmlsion concentrate to each gal- lon of water makes a very effect- ive spray for use on both garden and ornamental plants. Beetle and Mites Important t Pests On Beans , l Mexican bean beetle and fffites ation of Methoxychlor plus Mala-' thion will do wonders for a bean patch and control of insects. The spray outlined for Japanese beet- le should be fine. Some folks prefer to dust while others prefer to spray. Regardless of the method you use, begin early and make applications at regular intervals of seven to ten days. Check Milking Machine Regular inspection and prompt adjustment of all parts of the milking machine equipment pays dividends. Be sure to check all equipment carefully and make a certain it is in top working con- dition. Milking machinery in good working condition and properly used cuts down on mastitis infec- tions. If you do not feel competent to judge the condition of your milking equipment, call your ser- vice man and have him check your equipment. Evangelist Peterson Conducting Seriices At Ihnson Church HOMER PETERSON According to Rev. William P. Reed, pastor of Calvary Assembly of God Church, Fairfax Boulevard and Fifth Avenue in Ranson, the revival services now in progress will continue through June 18 each evening at 7:30 p. m. be- cause the "stir" of revival in the area. Evangelist Homer Peterson of Thurmont, Md. who is conducting the evangelistic services will deliv er the message each evening and pray for the sick. The public is invited to attend :these inspirational services. SEAMAN LINTON STATIONED AT U. S. NAVAL RECEIVING STATION AT NORFOLK, VA. Michael S. Linton, seaman ap- prentice and son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M. Linton of 7th Avenue Ranson is now stationed at the U. S. Naval Receiving Station, Norfolk, Va. for further assign- ment. Linton's present station, com- manded by Capt. W. A. Hunt, Jr. USN, is an intermediate Navy Activity which temporarily re- ceives, shelters and provides for personnel reporting in for trans- fer to ships or shore stations in all parts of the world or for separ' ation at the end of their enlist- ment. Linton is one of an average of 6,000 Navy men who pass through the Receiving Station each mon- th. Point; Little Kathy J. Blue, Kear neysville; Mr. Henry L. Scott, Al- exan~lria, Va.; Mr. Robert W. Bail ey, Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Betty D. Staubs, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Pat- ricia A. Nicodemus, Little Daniel L. Noland, Master Michael E. Kis ner, City; Little Lynn J. Kissling, Little Lisa J. Kisling, Harpers Ferry. Medical patients admitted were Mrs. Anna Taylor, City; Mr. Rod- ney A. Eaton, Cumberland, Md.; Mrs. Margaret B. Simonds, City; Mrs. Rellie M. Beavers, Martins- burg; Mr. Richard H. Steph~mson, City; Mrs. Alice Twigg, Mr. Leon ard L. Rutherford, Mr. F. Walter Costello, Harpers Ferry; Master Norman C. McDowell, Jr., Kear- neysville; Master Donald D. Wel- sh, City; Mr. Ellyett Jenkins, Mrs. Sarah J. Hawke, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Henry S. Henderson, Shenan- doah Jct.; Mr. Marshall L. Watson Jr., Ranson; Mrs. Sadie Milton, City. Local Group To Attend Older 4-H Club Meeting Jackson's Mill June 19-24 The annual Older 4-H Club Members Conference will be held at Jackson's Mill on June 19 to 24. Ann Wilt of the Shenandoah Potomac 4-H Club will represent the county at the Recreation Workshop and Carol Merchant, Dolly Madison Club, Senior Life Saving held in connection with this conference. Ludmilia Bratina, Leetown Busy Workers, Betty Lott Catrow Cloud, Blue Ridge Livewire and Donnie Hetzel, Jefferson Club will atend the Discussion groups. Wayne Brewer of the Leetown Busy Workers Club who placed I second in the state in the Nation al Awards Contest for Electrific- ation was awarded a scholarship by the Monongahelia Power Com- pany to attend this conference. Wayne will attend the disicussion session. Mrs. Dorcas Ramsburg, leader of the Dolly Madison 4-H Club and Marian Myers, 4-H Club A- gent will attend and assist with the conference. Frank Buckles Named To Head Jefferson Historical Society The 35th annual meeting of the Jefferson County Historical Society was held Saturday, June 10 in the Society's Headquarters, the Hilleary Museum on South George Street in Charles Town. Mr. A. D. Kenamond, chairman of the nominating committee pre sented the following for election as officers of the society for the year 1961-62. i= o I President, Frank W. Buckles, !Gap View Farm, Charles Town; Vice President, J. Burns Huyett, Charles Town; Recordihg Secre- tary, Major Thornton T. Perry Charles Town; Corresponding Sec retary, A. D. Kenamond, Shep- herdstQwn; Treasurer,~ Miss Rach el Snyder, Shepherdstown; Cura- tor, Mrs. Robert T. Browse Char les Town. Directors named were Miss An ne Lloyd Baylor, Charles Town; Miss Margaret P. Chew, Charles Town; Mrs. Charles R. Langdon, RFD, Charles Town; James H. M~ ers, Norwood Orchards, Harpers with a daughter, Lewis, south of her husband; five David McMillan, Mrs. Lewis; Mrs. Harpers Ferry; Sky Top, Pa. Richmond, Va. and 10 great removed from Strider Memorial Zion Episcopal Tuesday at 11 by the Rev. Allen services Thurs MACOuGHTRY Macoughtry, Ferry; Miss Linnie Schley, Shep herdstown. Emeritus Director.Miss Sally Lee Powell, Shepherdstown. Following the election, which was unanimous, Mr. Buckles pres ented the speaker for the occasion Mr. Fred T. Newbraugh of Ber- keley Springs who spoke on John Pendleton Kennedy, ante-helium writer, enterpreneur and lawyer of Jeffrson, Berkeley and Mor- gan Counties. In a room of the HiUeary house specifically set aside for the His torical Society, Mrs. Robert T. BroWse, the Curator of the Soc- iety, ably assisted by Miss Julia Taylor, assistant Curator, served punch and other dainties to the lar~.e assemblage. Those partici- pating were much engaged in look ing ovexr the many gifts to the society in formre years, which were partly on display. Eight births, four boys and four girls occurred at the Charles DEBBIE SPIKER IIONoRED Town General Hospital during WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY the period'of June 7 and 13. Three births occurred Friday, June 9, two of them boys and one a girl. A son, Kenneth Wayne was born to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baker Jr. of Cumberland, Md. a son Rickey Marvin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Longer- beam, Harpers Ferry; and a dau ghter Lisa Fulton was born to Mr. and Mz'sh. Donald Creager of Debbie Spiker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spiker, was hon ored on her seventh birthday, Monday, June 12, with a surprise party given by her parents at the Jefferson County Park. Refresh- ments of cake, and punch were served the following guests: Rud- ney RanaUi, Judy Wilt; Billy Lan caster, Libby Lanham, Beverly Hough, Montey Collins, Mike Wilt shire, Bobby Willingham, Brenda Albright, Karen Beahm, Michael and Dorry Cesarini, Roxinne Mauck, Cindy Robinson, Karla Kay McKee, Michael Fritts, Nel- son Fritts, Sue and Randy Little- ton, Nickie and Lynn Carson, Mrs. Minnie Ott, Debbies sister Patty and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fritts. :Panhandle 4-H Camp To Be Held At Camp Frame June 1943 The Eastern Panhandle 4-H Camp is secheduled to be held at Camp Frame June 19-23. Daily classes and instructors are as follows for the camp. Parliamentary Procedure- Mr. L. A. Toney, State Leader Exten- sion Work Institute. Charting, Courtesy- Mrs. Tan- ner J. Liveisay, District Home De monstration Agent, Princeton. Music, Recreation- Miss Nan- cy C. Pples, Keyser. Conservation, Archery, Mr. Earl Kidwell, Conservation Officer, Charles Town. Social Recreation- Mr. Gerald A. Mathias, Kirby. 4-H Club members and leaders desiring to attend the camp should contact the Club Agent, Mrs. Victoria G. Goens, Harpers Ferry at the earliest convenience. Three ,More Named To Board Of Directors Announcement was made this week by Shirley Hunt, new pres. ident of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce that he has appointed John Bartlett, J. Emory Kable and William Pringle as new members of the organizat- ion's board of directors. Hunt named these new board members under a new by-law rul. ing passed about a year ago which authorizes the president to ap- point three additional board mem- bers to serve with him during his one-year term of office. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON 1,mavEns ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1961 5---A The appointments are of cour- to serve and to have voting pow- se approved first by the board of er the same as the other board directors before they are eligible members. DRAG RACES EVERY SUNDAY ---AT-- RT. 75 and 80 DARG - A - WAY ON PAVED ASPHALT STRIP Pit Gate Opens at 8:00 A. M., Closes 12:30 P. M. Spectators Gate Opens 9:00 A. M.--Trophy Runs Start at 1:00 P. M.--Compete Your Machine. "40 LMarble Trophies. Rt. 340 to Rt. 40 East to New Market, Md., South on Rt. 75, 3 miles to Drag Strip. ner! ONE OF OUR C L F ANCY C WHOLE BING CHERRIES, PEACHES, GRAPES, LEMONS, ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT and CANTALOUPES. lbs. PEPPERS, RADISHES, LETTUCE, CORN ON COB, GREEN BEANS, ASPARAGUS, BEETS, CABBAGE, CARROTS, ETC. FRESH I GIZZARDS HALVES lb. and LIVERS lbs. AND 5 GALLON II PHONE 664 -- WE DELIVER -- RANSON, W, VA. /i i!ii ilill i i: ii i~ ;~!