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June 19, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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June 19, 1969

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C I I LI I I Even AChiid Knows The Value Of Saving MoueF ; Start Saving Wlt~'oQeO PAID ON CERTIFICA S OF DEPOSI 4% INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS :]A:5 :. . - :: : Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magahai [and two children, Rickey and] l lene, of Frederick, Md Mr.] and Mrs. Robert Slaughter, of Mrs. Austin N|codemus Charles To,were Home Demo Club Dr. Earl Henderson, College, spoke to the She ~is vv~L J.~Lb~ ,y~o~g3~ U~C.kit, i~. ~:Z,l k)tUW bU t,LIL~ CUJ. 1~,I[" l~t,~ Sunday evening. He was a good citizen and a devoted churchman and his actions spoke louder than words down through the years at the Charles Town Methodist Church where he will be missed Our condolence to his bereaved wife and family and especially to his son, Alvin Jr a long-time employee of this newspaper company w l "HOW TO KEEP YOUR TEMPER on the Golf Course," is a book written by Tommy Bolt that is some- thing new to finks literature, but something that some folks we know should read before they crack up all their clubs. Bolt ought to know what he's talking about. He once had one of the worst tempers known to golf SHENANDOAH DOWNS opened its final four-weeks of the current spring-summer meeting with betting aver- aging $364,610, 10% higher than last season Racing continues there until July 12 when Charles Town opens its summer session on July 14 A HIGH SCHOOL football star being honored in this area a few weeks ago, made the best speech we've heard in many a moon. He said: ' This award leaves me speech- less. Thank you." --and sat down! It. I guests at the home of her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch, of Round Hill, Va. Honor Roll for the last six weeks of Rippon Elementary School were: First Grade, David I Tumblin, David Adams, Tammy White; Second Grade, Timothy Yates; Third Grade, Louis Allen; Fourth Grade, Charles Jenkins; Fifth Grade, Kirk Jones, Eliza- beth Allen, Sheri Ann Dalman; Sixth Grade. Linda Jenkins, Deb- bie Adams, Augusta Malcolm, DC~[rOthy Dunlap, Marie Jenkins. and Mrs.~ Cecil Crouch and three children, Michael, Pat and ,Sara-Kaye, of Round Hill, Va were.accompanied by Mrs. Myrtle Weller, of Washington, D. C on to the home of Mrs. Payne, where Mrs. D~na: was overnight guest of and Mrs. her sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Whetzel Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and daughters, Sharon and Cin- dy, Mrs. Georgia Piper, of Chest- nut Hill, and Mrs. Talton, of Round Hill, Va were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook, of Washington, were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Cook, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children, of Mrunswick, Md were Sunday visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Captain Rodgers and family. Mr: and Mrs. Roland staubs, of Baltimore, Md:, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs. Guests on Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Ray~nond Cole and family, of Purceilville, Va. I Mr. and Mrs. James Pierson, of! Charles Town, were Sttnday .vis- t4t~Ul aIter ~p~lltlltlg lit~[ weeK oil vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Heafer had as their luncheon guest last Tuesday, Mrs. Carl Thour, of Co- lonial Beach, Va Mrs. Grace Haigh, of Hyattsville, Md .Mrs. Beulah Melton, of Gaithersburg, Md Mrs. Ada James, of Wash- ington, D. C and her brother, Mr. Wade Baldridgt, of Spring- field, Ill. Mr. Donald Ainsworth re- turned home on Sunday and is recuperating nicely after under- going surgery in Charles Town General Hospital last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaffer and two daughters, of Hyattsville, Md spent the weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hough. They were here to attend the funeral of his step- father, Mr. Lester Hollis. Mr. Richard Leslie, of Midland, Md will be welcomed in the Mrs. Charles Colby ter, or Arlington, Mrs. Mary Eackles on Wins Citation Mr. James Lancaster, JJ one of the two employees State selected by "the Telephone Co. of the citation and award for~ ing work and installing extensions for the year. receive a vacation of to Myrtle N.C. Roland Avenue-Evergreen charge in Baltimore, Md. Attend Hollls Rites The following relatives of the late Mr. Lester Hollis, while here to attend his funeral ,spent the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oden: His widow, Mrs. MarybeUe Hollis, Mr. and Mrs. Algie Combs, of Detroit, Mich Mr. and Mrs. Nero Atkins and daughter, Mary of Jersey City, N. J Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Look for BLUE RIBBON in the stay.fresb"bag ! ECIAL F.QUIPM ENT--,SPEClAL SAVINGS Mrs. John Witherow two sons, William, Jr and itors of Mr. and Mrs. Dearl and Mrs: ROy Wi.therow left "on t ny, of Gaithersburg, Mr. and Grove and son. " ~ Mrs, Elwood Housden, of Mrs. Doris Stewart and chfl- ~Wednesday t0 returnto theWest Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Gene dren, of Halltown, spent Thurs- spedal~equlppe~w~ ,Mdefront~,mr Coast after being guests of MXs. [ John S .st ier aad: Seiners and daughter, Karen Mi- day with her mother, Mrs. Thel- automaUctransmisS~oB ~md . ~. ~ td Mrs. I~c~le' of Ranson, were Sunday ma Cogle and daughter, Lucllle. power steerlng br]sht wheel opel~r remote-control m|rr dinner guests at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and white s~ewalltiEes upper body, and ttla~ They returned and Mrs. Elwood Breeden. The Monterey president, Mrs. Calvin Nicode- pOWer steering - bright wheel ope.hl~b e.dn~le~ loth411d.V~l~ j! mus. :Dr. Henderson stated ~ remote-centre! mirrOr "Upper ~ody, and ttl~g sileCiHY FJiPli6a'. goals that the colleges are aim- ~alif. daughter, Robin, were guests on deluxe wheel coVerS ing for in the future. They in. - o t ~. Has z ~, Snnday of his parents, Mr. and eAMradi0 . . . |~.~124~whee!~ slmulatedwoodgrelfl ~------t--p. R t----.II eluded a finearts building. ~rs- ~ ;,-~v~. ~'~. ~,~, ~ a s in n plustlumefeattns~amorw doortrim panelsand q~H~r~|l]~ ]lq[q~J]~| ~'- Per--" Nicode----- b a -- ~-~= . - : : - -- Mrs. H rry Staub B=~ ~-~u . o3~ov.s " Sl~ialex~rlortdm lnstrum~apemd U~II~IJ Iilll~il~ program, a four-y~ ~ ~Kr. aria Mrs. Davui l~ouscten ~.: ~f~ ~-? t,~- =,-- Mr. and Mrs. George Talton processing course (now is a .tWO- mo~ aced the I rth.of a ;son on o~ntm me .wmc.nester Memo- ~nvJ~[[~ J,~V[[;; and daughters, Mrs. Clayton Tal- " ~ *ear program)~ beau`icat~n of Fridav~ Juae13~ ` the Charies ~ia~sp~``~mr~vsorv~u~nana ~``|| v-~` t~n "" '~~ i ~'-~. "ff ~ ~Sll- ~-~ "~;~ i - " *-'~tfn~t" . ~ and Mrs. Georgia Piper, of the campus and more doctorates n ettr ms = u ,~:. u,v.u wu=.= $; " ' ' i ~U faculty. As:or the commu- TOWnn Generalamed j H c~pit~.ey wayne.He ,asli ^ ^ Ethel Buzzard merChestnUts brotherHill'aandVisitedwife,theMr, andf r" ;; ~ty of Shepher Stow~, he stated weight was 8*~ounds 5~. ounces lane two aaugnters, Lesa r~aye -~ Mrs ~h~rh~s W~ttnn ih Rrzm~- = "' an- --i ~," the water system diffic~ties, They have another son, David[ a Le gn~.nn ana i~ss ~anara Student Day I wick, Md on Sunday evening. ;i:;h,~,~,~,~ ~i~. w~,;;: /,-~ ~-, ~ ~ ~ were not yet solved; the sewer- J Lee, Jr. Mrs. Housden isthe for-J):aw,es, o rtsue!d M,are.vaca- Sunday, June 15, being Stu-Mr. and Mrs. Gary Staubs were 100 South West S1 t es Town i mer Ma re! Ann Breeden uomng tam weez m t eorgm s age system wa s needed; andI ~ rga,] ~ : "= : -- dent Day in the United Metho- gue ts of her parents, Mr. and more recreation ' forstudents [ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood | ~mss ~nn. ~m]tn ana ~rxen.a, o~ dist churches of the charge, Mrs. Glendon I)emory and faro- ' ' "-- "---" could be used. ~Breed~ ' I.Ma~ ca momre~ to ~mver "-- in Bruns--ick Md ' ' " a n young men were m charge oz ~ w . VAI UAB ~ Spring o~. ~ond y to sped the Mr an 'Mrs Cecil Walli LE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY In the bu~ine~ n ! Mr. and Mrs. E~e GardmerJ,~=, ~,~, ~o.=;=, .~ ~,~t~=. each service of the three : .d . ng r~ LIC SALE 0FI group d~ed to fill "-- " "~, ~ d famit of H ers~ wn Mo J and two ct ildren, Charles E Jr lug== w,m ~ ~,;,~ o,~ u;, churches. Dale Appell, of HaU- an y, ag o for vietnam =el. Mr. Mrs. town, Dale a.t el of Chestnut were su.aay reverting guests oz this year. Mrs. NIe, [Kel w~re Sunday dinnerl . ~.~" . . q~ ~ ~ . r.Hill/and Glenn'Everhart of Sil- Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers Mrs. Michael E. Rice ] ~( tt l he ~home of Mr. and,: ~ass ~:9~. ~etn l~o gers ~m, ith, ver Grove. ~ and family. the meeting at I aaugnter o~ Mr. ana Mrs. ~Ko~er~ R s ~ ~ " i MI~ ~n~ )rid Hough. |--n- I I ev. -Robert WOOdward pa tor day, June 13 . T~ Ion. ~ w ~.~. i~:a. ao pn .~.m~m, Jr entereo I of Shenandale Charge, returned will be held in i=~' '~='~= I~nepnern ~ouege on Monaay tor home from Conference which "----~--~ Parish Hall i h ~ark ~fiey [Summer Sch.ool. [was held at Westminster, Md ~ UADD DC'I~.DDV LaRue hostes, [are o~ a ( lugh-|. Mrs. Myrrh .Weller, -of Wash- Ifor three days, [ |IAIIF,LnJ ILllnl Michael Rice: Town en- mgton, t;, were overmgh Parents-ofSon I ndNl/ttAb" Mr. and Mrs. Al~n Cugle are[ OU~L|~J~J~ " t' fa"" "o " at"e paren s o oaoy o y corn tn I charles meral Hospital J Mrs. Reid Gero o on Saturday, June 14. This is ~ - their first child. She is the for- mer Linda Viands, daughter of l~rs. Dewey Meadows accompa- Mr. Bill Viands, of ne]~r Chestnut nied by her two grandsons, Hill. ~ - Craig and B!ane Meadows, spent Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove, the ~veekend in New~alk, Dela Mrs. Dear1 Grove, Mr. Marshall with her brother and his wife, Grove mo{ored to S0uth iCarolina Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. Mr. on Wednesday evening, return- Fos(er is recovering from a re- on Thursday evening, cent attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. CecU Everhartt Mr. anud Mrs. Dale Lancaster and family wore Saturday eve-and family and Mr. and Mrs. ning visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster,-Jr and family Jake Smith and family in Pleas- visited their parents, Mr. and antville, Md. Mrs. Mary Longerbeam was I Mrs. James Lancaster on Sunday. Mrs. Mack Robertson and two home from Work with a very bad children, June and Robbie, and cold for several days last week, Jeff Spicier are vacationing in She is employed at Dulles Air- Ocean CRy; Md this week. port in Leesburg, Va J Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ross, of Dlmar Cogle of the U.S. Army Tazewell, Va were guests of Mr. stationed in New Jersey, spent|and M~rs. Leon Edwards for two the weekend with his "uarents, [ days during tl~e week. Other vis- Mr. a~nd Mrs Howard Cogle and liters during the week were Mr. CAME son, :~u'k ~s KathY Harper, land Mrs. Walter Pirmer and son, of i runswick, Md a guest M phis, T n and I t~nester ~eXton, o~ Louooun vat- and a !iley, of the U.S, Naval Base I Mr. Ford Currence, of Front Jam mm p dis Md spent the![Roy Va:. was a dinner guest of " SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1969 with his mother, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. F itts on ,and family. ! Wednesday evening, on~ the premises CONSERVATIVE BY THAN OTHER HEAT CUSTOMER NOT AN ACCOUNT NUMn to settle the Estate of the late Miss Winifred S. Browse we will offer ,2ev .sale at 12 o'clock noon the following proper.ty LOCATION: 305 South Church Str. t, Charles Town, West Virginia LOT SIZE : 57' x 117' DESCRIPTION : 1st Floor - Entrance flailRoom (w, tth: fireplace). Dining'Room- Side Porch. Back Porch . ~lo~l} 2nd Floor. Three (3) Bedrooms ,Closete. Linen Closet--Bath. Full.Atdg FuU Basement. t lde ud outside e rances) Watt,heat,: ~:fb~tio~:Beautif~lly la!ldsegped,-~~:~ ~1 in excellent eondl~ "- " TERMS OF SA : CA':on :d Y of.s d e Balance secured bylst' deed of-t'gu~t, b, earing interest-a4 7% ~ P~]( equal installments I and ~ years after date. A-CHOICE OF SUPpLI . IS SAFEST HUM IDIiT nator Robert Byrd, Join reeF. Tlllag Jtheut won't ybn? Paul E. MiUer, Jr Auctioneer and Real state Broker 304 - 725-2524 or 30 .