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June 19, 1969

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TRUST DEPARTMENT Time Might Never Be Farmers If New Method Bell, Margaret R. Good, Tamara just a source of enjoyment? Chapman will be at his farm in G. Lipan, Lynda Ann Mills, Rob- Whichever is your view, you'll the afternoon starting at one err Edward Moore, John R. Moy- find the regular weekly feature o'clock to point out the benefits ers, Nancy H. Scheerer, Janelia in The Baltimore News American and to discuss the problems that Shipley, William E. Taylor, Lyn- interesting and absorbing. Don't must be overcome in sod plant- da Lee Vaughn. miss the HOROSCOPE in -- ing. From Jefferson County: Kith- The Baltimore News American -- Sod planting is planting in sod leen M. Alt, Ranson; Mary Ellen On sale at your local newsdealer, without plowing or disking. Her- Blue, Shenandoah Junction; ~ Of CO f rate ! bicides are used to kill the grass . Glenn W. Bradley and Harold Eugene Darlington, Kearneysville n or other vegetation. A special Sharon Jackson, Millville; Carol U corn planter is used to place the Anne Noland, Joan M. Writt, andTeterans Meet June 24 seed in the soil beneath the Cynthia E. Staubs, Harpers Ferry ~ grass. Many farmers within the and Allen P. Peaeher, Halltown. ] The Henry Kyd Douglas Camp, county are presently trying the !Sons of Confederate Veterans, system. And the above picture to * l will hold its monthly dinner shows how Paul Chapman plants ~Si~ Th0r~ n W[fi, J meeting at the Lutheran Church his corn the new way. r. Hall, Uvilla, Tuesday, June 24th Many benefits are expected of fl~gh a n ~'7 p.m. I sod planting. Soil and water t Tr ini g A Hosts will be: Laird Marshall, conservation should be a major A l chairman, H. H. Benner, James consideration with our irregular ,w, -PAH,~0]~ Jr StatJ0~ IT, Blue, Jesse Eagle, Forrest;rainfall pattern. When we get a t Hammond, Donald M. Kable, H. i rain we must be able to hold it and the topsoil on the land. Be- C. Marshall and Leeds K. Riely. J Navy Ensign Thornton W. Wilt LL Mrs. Bernard Ott Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr and son, Marshall, Jr and Mrs. David McAboy and daugh- ters, Michelle and" Gayle Lynn, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ahalt, of Ranson, on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were recent guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Norman White, of Glengary. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, of Glen Burnie, Md were recent the Shephe gtown Road. Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers attended the fu- neral of the late Forrest Rocken- baugh at the Eackles Funeral ttome on Saturday afternoon. They also visited Mrs. Bertha Morgan who is ill at the home of her grandchildren, Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Longerbeam, with whom she makes her home in Bolivar. Mr. Wayne McAboy, of Dargan, Md visited on Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy, Sr and son, Marshall, Jr. Mrs. Wallace Ott left on Sun- day morning with several other SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCATI THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 mmmm-- m-- m-- m----- -- I I l I I I GARDEN SPRAY KILLS: JAPANESE BEE- TLES, 1 7 YEAR LOCUST Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.June 10-20-21 REDUCED THRU REG. $4 NOW SATURDAY! B Standard 20 x26 finished size 'The Stalking Moon" In Color with Gregory Peck Thurs. 8 p. m. - FrL-Sat. 7-9 p. m. SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "Journey to the 7th Planet" BIG, FLUFFY DACRON FIBERFILL PILLOWS Get a pillow for every bed in the house and save. You'll sleep in comfort with soft Dacron polyester fiberfill pillows. Cov- ered in pink or blue cotton ticking in stripe or floral. Motorcycling At It's Wildest -- "The Devil's Eight" ALSO "The Young, The Evil And The Savage" Wed.-Thurs. June 25-26 Steve MeOueen As "NEVADA SMITH" Plus-' eampus Murder Case" FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE REG $6 NOW Standard 20"x26't finished size NOW SOFT, MEDIUM OR FIRM IN DACRON FIBERFILL Now get personalized pillows to suit your preferencel Da- crone polyester fiberfill around a polyurethane foam core. Penn-Prest cotton cover with nylon zipper. Zip off, machine wash, tumble dry and never ironl CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY mmer so Reg. 3.99 pr NOW 2 for $7 Bits of brassy hardware trim up this antique gold smooth leather sandal . . . and it's made in Italyl Sizes 5 to 10t~, 4 to 10B. r~ Reg. 4.99 pr NOW 2 for $8 Criss-cross sandal in leather, styled to expose more you than shoel Brass-looking rings for trim. White ,5 to 10A. 4 to 10B. Reg. 3.99 pr NOW 2 for $7 Perfect little thong sandal for all your summer casual outfits. White vinyl with adjustable ankle Itrap 5 to 10AA and 4 to 10B. LIKE IT . . . CHARGE IT! Reg. 5.99 pr NOW 2 for qO Just the bare facts . . . a little leather, a little hee; and you're set. Shiny black patent, adjustable sling. 5 to 10AA and 4 to 10B. PENNEY'S STORE HOURS - Mon Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. -- 9 To S -- Friday & Saturday 9 t ~]~ ~l~ THEATRE RANSON. W. VA, 24 HR. MOVIE INFORMATION PHONE: 725-7201 nneys polye AL.WAY8 FIRBT QUALITY pillows acrono CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. cial know-how and be successful with sod planting. They do not hesitate to admit that they are having their problems. "Even though I got a poor stand in certain locations this year I plan to make some cor- rections and plant considerable more acres next year using the sod planting method," Hoover states. The fields will be open for ob- servation June 25. Mr. John Howard spent last weekend at his home in Washing- ton, Pa where he attended his annual class reunion. planting. Sod planting has not been with- out its problems Hoover and Chapman as well as other farm- ers have not been able to go into just any field without some spe- Mrs. Louise Leonard of Harp- er's Ferry has been notified that she has been appointed by Presi- dent Nixon to the Advisory Board of the Federal Reformat- ory for Women at Alderson West Virginia. This is the only Prison Board in the entire Federal pri- son system to which there is such a Presidential appointment. The Advisory Board is compos- ed of four citizens of the United States, the U. S. Attorney Gen. eral, the Director of the Federal To Advi y Board Mrs Leonard Named Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn- ton W. Wilt of Bolivar Heights, Harpers Ferry, is undergoing training with Training Squadron 28 at the Naval Air Station, Pen- sacola, Fla, During the training, he will learn to fly his first fleet-type aircraft, the TS-24 "Tracker", The squadron, one of the larg est squadrons in the Naval Air Advanced Training Command, trains over 250 multi-engine' in. strument pilots yearly for anti. submarine patrol, logistics and airborne early warning squad- rons in the Pacific and Atlantic Fleets. June 19-3t- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester employees of Leggett's Depart- : IVIM ment Store for Charlotte, N.C )AaO|N seu* ( C I C A D A ),L AW N I~ Moler. Mrs. Stevens. is the to buy their fall merchandise. "------- granddaughter of Mrs. Moler. They expect to be gone several~ C H I N C H B U G S, A N D " [." An "AaanbU ,Bureau of Prisons and the War- ! Mrs. Nathaniel Gray attended days. ml~ &,g ,IIGII~;laVII II.VMIIII]t den of the Reformatory. Mrs. the graduation exercises in MANY OTHER DAMAG- I Leonard has been appointed for Charles Town Wednesday eve- Had Guest Speaker ~hl~IMl~ ~Afll~ Th l a four year term which expires ning at the High SchooL Miss The Rev. Philip Osbourne, a ~ Ill [NG INSECTS ATTACKING aluu ~ w ,v [in April of 1973. Members of the Debbie Grimes was among themissionary to Nigeria, Africa, ROSES, FLOWERS, TREES r -- . --,s ,Advisory Board serve without graduates and she is the grand- was the guest speaker at the 9:30 WI/ honor li01I I compensation, daughter of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. morning worship service at the ~ ~ ! l The duty of the Board of Ad- Mrs. Bernard Ott spent Friday VEGETABLES & LAWNS: The spring semester Shepherd visors is to recommend such College Honor Roll for Jefferson ways and means for the disci- Planting time might never be tween rains we must keep the at the home of her son-in-law Halltown Presbyterian Church. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-' Rev. Mr. Osbourne and his fam- County students, as announced pline and training of inmates the same if the local farmers can moisture in the soil. Several neth Anders, and children, Tere- ! ily are on furlough at this time, by Dr. A. G. Slonaker, Academic that, upon their discharge, they work the bugs out of the new farmers in Jefferson County be- FAST E ECONOMICAL Dean, Shepherd College, is as will be able to secure suitable method of sod planting corn. lieve they can do just that~with sa, Jeffrey, Scott, and Timothy. and are now living at 6835 Riv- follows: employment. The Board holds Paul Chaprrtan, south of Rippon the nmlch left on the surface in andIn theMrs.afternOOnott visited MrS.Mrs. FloreneAnders 20840.erdale Rd Rev.C,205OsbourneRiverdale,will alsoMd" 1 T ~. u.s. ~av. o~.: o~.o *v un,o. cn~.~o~ coa~. ~ sa be guest speaker next Sunday,! rALLEY 4 IRDW iRE C From Charles Town: Deborah regular meetings at the Reform on the Franklintown Road, andsod planting. Land could be Becker, also of Charles Town. i June 22. Everyone is cordially Kay Baumgardner, Jack D. Brady, atory. . :Dickerson Hoover at The Rocksused more intensely due to less Jr Harold L. Chamblin, Jr Dad-1 -------- Farm, south of Myerstown, areerosion, more organic matter and Little Miss Karen Muse spent[i { C? id S. Dalgarn, Patricia Jane Doy- i WHAT'S IN THE STARS inviting all interested people to better, soil structure because of Saturday with her grandparents, invited to come and hear him. ~ , le, Jeffrey C. Hedges, D. KayI ~r~w Ve, T~ see their sod planted corn onless cultivation. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler, while PHONE 725-5113 -- ARLES TOWN, W. Jackson, Thomas W. Rowe, Wil-] next Wednesday, June 25. tIoo- Hoover will have some cost fig- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton liam R. Willingham. ~ Do the stars hold the key to ver will be at his farm in the ires on what sod planting cost Muse, moved to their home on At[end Church Sunday ] From Shepherdstown: Lyla N. the future? Or are horoscopes morning starting at 10:30 and them compared to conventional