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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VARMER'~ ADVOCAT~ gesville, Linda L. Guesford, Mar-] ........... ' Marlboro, Maryland; Nancy C.I Osbourn, Shel~herdstown, GuyI "~ Terry Kuhn, Keedysville, Mary-; i ii ii ii [iiiii Aoule Cr,)o In Four E astern anhandle ,and; Sandra L Forsythe, Will-' mm m ..... iamsport, Maryland; and Carl D. i ~Ann~|Ae. rnd, ~ DAI~, ,~n~ A,,,.,...nI..., Clifton, Camden-on-Gauley, W Val ot _ ,rom o.ty i ii ii !0!! ..o, my iu~[wvnlm vmw~|nl nwj m, uvvmmm ~,plp~n, aumlu, a 1966 graduate, who majored in - secondary education with Biology Vac had L The apple crop will be only 501bushels. The combined Margan- as her major fieId and Mathemat-i ;t Chu per cent of the normal crop in iHampshire crop of nearly 1,000, lcsas meminor.. .... a t be mrs r~smer v morrlson, ~nep the four eastern West Virginia l000 bushels is anticip ted o " " " ..................... BLY LOW PRI|S! MANY FAMOUS BRANDS..... Nightwas( counties of Jefferson, Berk~ley, Jabout 70 per cent of normal, herdstown.RfD, a junior who. is SCOOP UP .FABUL S SHIONS AT OUR I lurch ( .... - majoring m socia~ smaies, ~vLiss Morgan and Hampshire, accord- 1 " . . ] Mr. Gou d predmted that near- M ........ time a group., mg toa report given by. Edwin{ by areas of other states would , argaret__ ., lamsteao. l~oute .u, I TERRY [ , ~ classes uould superintendent o_f the West have a 50 per cent loss in Virginia ~-~sv~e, a ~resnman, major- LADIES ~ ~ ,d and t Virginia University Experiment land Maryland and a 35 per cent .-s-, ~v, ..... [ I ~~:~ Station, Kearneysville: The.~port n loss in Pennsylvania. For all the ~::Q~ll~*~H~llg~ ] "CANNON" [ BEACH Raters t was given Iast Thursoay mght at lalSple growing areas in Maryland ';; ] HYLOH$ ~:::~ ~I [ r0w~S [ ( ~Tt~" li\~ he two a.meeung af Jefferson and Berk-[and Virginia he expects a crop of I~ k| l~ i P ] Bible sq emy ~rowers. _ l abo.ut 70 per cent of the normal ~: [~ 1,1 L I: l ._~ Tnls mearls that the four-county, yields. ... ~u .... ~Tr..,... l:~~ ~~i 1 67 ] ~i. ~~~~ ~,/~,~, arns directi wi applecrop will amount, approx-| " , ........ 3,,,~ ,,';~-~' I imately, to slightly more than[~,~,, [,,m |,ggA .... IiPt~lll~~~.?~g~: of Mb ~tenden 2,500,000 bushels The normal},,1$ ,BUll, JI~III."IMJ, I ...... ' 7 7 c mr ano mrs Dennis Foltz, ot rtment, crop for the area is estimated at ~ , Ber~;'ille Va " s"ent the week ~ ~~t I I y ~~:I~"~ ',super 5,100,000 bushels, rAn~llq~ ~ h~n ~ !|~$ .-~ .... v , " )epartrr Th ..... I" .... ,... +~. ..... [ bVMilI$ ~ll MCgll 3 Ih~l eno with Mrs. Foltz s parents, I Regularly 99c F _ t Regularly 1.98 ..... ~._gf~- ~v ._~, ~,~ ~,--y I Mr. and Mrs. John Bragg. ] a Lisk~ tc,~o,-y has open mt even nara-IA& CI,,-L,,-J ~-II,-. Miss Susan Viands spent the l j~ :~ , ~ - :( i.i! ~ I ............ :ii~ii~i!: ::~:ili::: er with an estimated 30 per cent [/41 311~piiU[U I, UII~JI~ week in Alexandria, Va, visiting I ~ ~ Depa of tOe average c.rop. Thiswou]d[ Sh .............. her sister, brother-in-iaw andi ~/~ ~~ ~"~ I I ~~~/ LarryI mean sugmly\unaer z.,v. Dush-I epnerostown, Tne baepnera n,-co ~," o.a r~.~ p~,..,.o., .... ! ~ ! LADIES I\ her, su els. I College Dean's List for the spring viH .... .:..:,~ ,:: ........ , ........ - LADIES ~ te~?te?c~~ese f/eth:sl~SnS ~Sa fa ~sFgr, dd COTTON ~0 ~ JAMAICA irs Jo: rain-May with an additional lossl .......". ^-- .. Mr andMrs William Frick, Sun-[U BLOUSES ~~ Idlt~b/'~:~l~.]~~~~ ~~ i SHORTS [ ~~~ cis" Pi: from a later hail orm. 17om ?es v,rgm,f, yom afternook In for lana, mree xrom wrgmm, and two Mr and Mrs or o The growers will be hurt even[ ..... . G d n Gageby]l [ :ey Jen 4MIJ1 ~ I " ieacnzrm~e'awareandPennsy'- an dauhter a " I I ] A more by the fact that, according ........ d g s h d Sunday din- " ~'~:. daily , . vama The Dean's l~lSt incluaea ner " ' toMr. Gould s estimate, thepart 1 -. ...... with Mr. Gageby S sister and 7 7 C Values To 1 'sday m G!!I~I!~ ' treate bef theiowCrOPin quaIifyWhich WaSand saVedexpensive[Willnoursn y mOSeor ........ moreSmentSor wnoCar .rymgnave anlU Henkesfamily' Mr.and dauandghtersMrS" inClaisl~Fall~ ] i 5.00 [~ ~~ I ~ GIRLS' BAR[-AR~ ~d then average ot ~ z~ or aether Church Va to harvest. He predicted that some J ,, ,, , i l Regularly i.27 I Regularly 1.79 I COTTON BLOUSES, Mrs. L 0rchidists would have such a[ The upper ten group actually Mrs Steila Ambrose and [! ~st Ru small and scattered crop that it[included 11 students, three of grandson of Baltimore Md [I l, I PRINTS, SOLIDS : were e would be cheaper to ieave the[them straight "A's" (4.000). The svent Sunday visiting, Mr and [! h had crop unpicked. ["A's" are: Harry R. Foley of1 ~l/[rs George Ga~,ebv and Mr /l LOVELY CASUAL AND DRESS BAGS I [ A['i ance of L S S Nell Jefferson County was the hard-]Greencastle, Pa.; Howard W. Wilt lI~oward nr.hr.~. ~',- o-.~ u.J ]i LADIES IN STRAWS, VINYLS AND PRINTS n LADIES sale O1 est hit by the weather with an I of Harpers Ferry, and Margie A. n ]1 ie, of "ci .......... J' v. anh pated crop of only 30 l~erlYoung, Williamsport, Md. Others[Charles Town, were also Sunday ]1 SWIM ' I SUMMER I Reg. $! ~any v cent of the normal 1,100,000 bush-[in the "upper ten" group are: ] evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ii S U n 'I S 2c: 817k I]AH IG~ I :~ISave 33c! Get her an , Md., ~ ce, Jr., els. Berkeley is expected to have[Mary K. Householder, Berkeley[George Gageby and Mr. Howard[i DB ::blh:: ~ of last 50 pc/cent of lts average 3,000,000 Springs; Stephen T. Eckerd, HOd- Ambrose. " 1 e s Shirle ~-:-: " ' , ' , ' Mr. and Mrs Stanley Zombro [i 1 wn ]s m dress Seton, pateni~ and - " y " Y I I Bermuda, button- ~ ,, " dria,and daughter' Brenda' f Alexan'[iVa., spent the weekend via-[e 650 and casual white; airy straws in natural and | ~ ~ I I down or boy collars, r.twoand'ch ".@.gr 6"~v.~,;l~,.,~4.~,L~.~l;..t2&.~v.~,~ ] iting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby I m white as well as vivid vinyl-covered prints... I L ~ [ Soft pastel prints or ~Y into ~ ~|~ I and daughter, Carole Ann. n pouch, Shoulder and frame silhouettes. A won- | [ solid tones of white, weeks ff~ ] "l'dfllll~ff Tfl O[UrUD[O ..'~ [ Mr and Mrs. Robert Longer-tl Regularly 8.99 dexful summer buy! " I Regularly 3.00 [ blue, pink or yellow,cart Ya rerri. ,,~:- n nnuuunn IU ~JWKNOK|t .~ [beam and family spent Sunday ill [ [ Sizes 7 to 14. L r. and ~l~ ,*~:~ ......... - ....... ~ ........... ,.- ,~.~' I v';sitmg" Mr. Longerbeam's par-II ont ,,a t.. in S 1 & 2-PC. " SALE ' ' [~de of Ha liver the p. ~ ]g beam and family in Millville. 1 ~ KIDDIE [tter's pa: - BY CHARLES $. W. SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cavalier 1 H 100% STRETCH [exander land family oof Brunswick, Md., ,,~ SWIM SUITS 137 ,rUses' spent Sunday ws~tmg Mrs Cava At one time ot another, ~ery one must fate a moment of truth.] .... vi " " ,, ... _. - ~ [Mrs. " Ka uers parents Mr ana ~rs ~tan it is a normal pattern of living. At times, the uncloaked truth is hard ]. - ' " " " ~~e on my ~ye to take when It reveals bad luck or disaster. At that moment, we] Mr and Mrs James "" I" f Fharles T~ can close the deer and try to hide from the despairing truth. Or, we Baltim- .... =.~ ,~,o w eJ~y. o~ -- Regularly 1.79 PRICE .~ _ ., rl~ere she ] can open the deer and caurageously face reality. When we face ] visitin'g~*lVlr~~e"ltv's'Daren'ts"~I'r~" G RLS SLEEVELESS SALE [~e~t for t[ reality, we must fate tile fact that self pity does not and can not ]and Mrs. George Greenawalt~ " SIZES 7 2~) 12 create pride and wha among os can deny a desire to be proud? I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eye va- ...... ,- " [cationed last week ir~ Ohia and HICT( S 1 87 A moment of truth can be like a fading candle light that leaves[also Visited ~ome us dreary behind a closed door. Or, that[ II],N I t P ' ni . shines our path as we~ the RegUlarly 2.44,~ ..... ,,~ .... PRI E'' When compelled to face a mOment of truth, we can gain help from examples of others who showed Us lmw It Is pO~lble to triumph over tragedy. In next wee s eolunm, we will mention people by name and show Why owes them a debt of gratitude for ~dlowlng u~ lmww .to~. cal~ oar own moment of truth. Watch for the column, it will be interesting. CHASL S W. s WrH -- sam . MEMO]hAL i 'NER L CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA m . II ~ d f i I MACHINISTS SE oH)R MACHINISTS DEL MAKERS An EqUal Opportunity EmplOyer Fairchild Hiller Space Systems Division has p er ent expanding 0peratio ns deParG model makers. Excellent m ern shop. Liberal starting r benefitS. Call (301) 762d400 collect or write toMr. G. H. Johns SYS S .DMSiON 1455 Research Boulevard Rockv e, Maryland PHONE 725-2369 Manager June 23-4t- of Canada Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of New- ton D. Baker Hospital spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell and Mrs. Virginia Cummings and Gary Gummings. Church. Announcements Th~ Official Board of the Engle Methodist ChUrch will not meet this Wednesday hight, but next Wednesday night, Jtme 29, at 7 p,m., in the Church Hall. [ We wish to extend our congrat- ulations our graduated High School sefliofs. Als0 we express our appreciation to our students ~Who led us in our wor.~hip this past Suhd~y. The pastor and wife will be away until Friday afternoon counseling at the Conference MYF Assembly. They may be reached at Western Maryland College, Westminster, Md. Children and youth---do not forget cliurch summer Camp! On Her First Birthday A party was held in Diane Cook for her on Sunday June 19, her parents, Mr. and Mrs Mort- Cook Those helping her to cele brate were her grandparents, Mr. ~d Mrs. Miller ~ook and Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs her great Mrs. Robert Hardy, Dwight Cook' and M0nty Jr. and her sister Karen. She received many gifts and an enjoyable time was had by all. Two County You Apprehended Friday For Breaking, ertng TwO juvenile youth, one 13, and d seeodd Offender, and the other 17, a first timer; were apprehend- ed Friday by Ch~arles Town State Trooper Gary Arthur, in con. nection with the breaking and entering of the Summer cabin of W. F. Shrader, Of Hyattsvflle, Md. which is located in, the Shannoh- dale area of the mountains, SoUth of Charles Town. Trooper Arthur said the boys were released to the custody of the parents to await a hearing before Juvenile Judge Gray Sil- ver in the nearfuture. Entrance to the home was made sometime last Thursday night via breaking out of a window. Token from the home, but re- covered with the apprehension of the boys were: a shotgun, a bad- minton set. a pair of shoes, a BOYS' 100% COTTON OR ACRiLANe SUMMER KNIT SHIRT ASSORTMENT Reg. 1.29 each Short-sleeved group styled wifh button-down, Henley and fashion collars in 100% cotton knit as well as a group of AcrilariV acrylicS with regular collars for boys' sizes 6 to 18. Hurry in for this great saving! Save 24-INCH PORTABLE MOTORIZED HOODED BRAZIER sale Reg. 10.9S" New hood with 3-position spit notche , chrome plated .revolving grill with handles, gold iridite-finish swing-a-way motor has 1 year guarantee. 1" tubular legs, 5" wheels for easy portability. LADIES WHITE SALE STACK HEEL Regularly 3.98 THICK-ABSORBENT FIRST QUALITY Regularly 77c PIECE GOODS SPECIAL Regularly 44c Yd. MEN'S PLAID or PLAIN Regularly 2.99 BAT MAN Regularly 1.00 COIL SPRING COOLING Regularly 1.98 i 50 FEET -- Vz-INCH ALL- LASTIC Regularly 1,99 MEDIUM SIZE LIFE FOAM Regularly 99c I-GAL. UNBREAKABLE ALL-PLASTIC Regulm'ly 1.29 LARGE SIZE ALL-PLASTIC Regularly 3.99 I 1 PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE I [ I SALE | PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE MEN'S SHORT-SLEEVED PLAID WOVEN COTTOIq SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 2,50 A quality buy at a wonderful price! Precision- tailored with regular, top-stitched collar with permanent stays, a matched pocket. All of finest 100% cotton woven plaids with summer-favored ehort sleeves for sizes S, Ms L. I KOOL-WEAVE, FORM-FIfe CHAIR IS PRACTICAL INDOORS OR OUT Reg. 4.49 . I-Iandsome enough for breakfast room, practical and light for patio-to-poolside shuttling! No break, no-crack special formtlla plastic needs no special care; wipes clean with. detergent! Striking color range.