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y ~cost real estate loans from their own organizations." The Federal Land Bank AssociaI Businessmen o [tion of Winchester was createdt [~ in 1918. It is one of 35 Associa- I tions in the Federal Land Bank ; %sU, na~ea,, ,y ,- ~, /district.of Baltimore, which in ri! turn is one of the 12 Federal Land Banks that serve the 50 states ............ F and Puerto Rico For some several thousand of me ~eueral Lana ~ang ,~ssoc]a "Alto ether" M ~'ve 1 id E who make their living tion of "Winchester, said that ....g! .. Lr.~ cry sa , ~arm-r _,,l- ..... ~,L ........ "the ~eoeral ~,anu uanK system agriculture in Clarke, Fred- z ~ s UL tile turn 0I the cuHttlry nationally has loaned its farmer Shenandoah, Warren, Page were regarded as about the poor- membership more than $12 billion in Virginia and Jeffer- est ousmess rlSKS lmagmame, l~o The Land Bank of Baltimore has Morgan and Berkeley coun- one would lend them money to loaned farmers in Delaware, Mary in West Virginia, July will operate the way a businessmanland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pen a month-long testimony to the must if he is going to grow and nsylvania and Puerto Rico some that they - and most other contribute to his community", he - have turned out to be said. "Interest rates for farmers good businessmen, after were twice as high as for city businessmen, and the loans were It Will be "Land Bank Month" for very short terms. 50th Anniversary of the Farm "Three Presidents - Theodore Act which put farming on a Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson - Stud- basic in the U. S. for the ted the problem, and finally the time in history. Farmers at Farm Loan Act was signed Wood- were able to borrow money row Wilson on July 17, 1916. This reasonable terms and put it to Act created the Federal Lank as a production tool. Bank System, through which far- Julian A. Everly, Manager mers could make long-term, low $505,800,000. My Printing Shop will be dosed from Monday, July 4th through Saturday, July 9th. I Will Appreciate Your Cooperation. 0, COMMERCIAL PRINTING N. CHARLES ST. -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PAWN SHOP & JEWELRY STORE SALE OF TRU-SO or KIN-LOCK DIAMOND RINGS Certificate of Guarantee with each by the Manufacturer Diamond Sets ............. :. $24.50 & Up Wedding Bands $5.95 & Up Ladies' Birthstone Rings ..... $4.95 & Up Men's BirthstondRiffgs ...... $6.95 & R I N G S -- (InitiaJl, Black Onyx, Masonic, Moose, Opal and Pearl) A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WEDDING or BIRTHDAY GIFTS COSTUME JEWELRY Including Horseshoe Rings, Pins, Earrings, Bracelets Necklaces, Tie Tacks and Cuff Links YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD OI3R PRICES ARE RIGHT You Are Always Welcome At 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-2214 Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Name Omitted Deborah "Debbie" Adams, third grade student at the Rippon Ele- mentary School, was one of the names omitted from the honor student role for the last six weeks of school. Mr. Calvin Boyd has returned to his home after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital where he is now recuperat- ing after having a heart attack. Patient in Hospital Mrs. Oscar Lloyd is a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospi- tal and underwent surgery on Monday. Mrs. David Nicodemus is a pa- tient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital having been admitted there on Sunday for observation and treatment. Sgt. Norman F. Feltner, of Au- gusta, Ga., formerly a Rippon area resident, died June 18 at his home in Augusta following a short illness. Norman Feltner was born July 30, 1924, Rippon, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton Feltner and was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church, Rip- remus, Sr., many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reultinger, Jr., and three children, Lynn, Ruth and Robin, of Kensington, Md., Mrs. Emily Hammond, Mr. John Sheffield, of Petersburg, Va., Mr. Edward Pritchard, of Sis- terville and Morgantown, Mr. Douglas Hodge of Yonkers, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hayward Het- zell, of Morgantown, Miss Ann Smith ,of Arlington, Va., and Miss Welford Smith, of Devon, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzell were weekend guests at "Silver Springs, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr. They were here to attend the wedding of Miss Patricia Wilkins and Mr. Robert Randolph Smith, III, which took place in Winchester, Va. ,on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Wade and two daughters, Cindy and Becky, of Minneapolis, Minn., were vaca- tioning with the latter's mother Mrs. Margaret Payne, this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broy, Jr., and three children, of Virginia Beach Were guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mar- garet Payne from Sunday till Wednesday, and Mrs. Myrtle Weller of Alexandria, Va., was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Margaret Payne; also Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brouch and three children, Pat, Michael, and Sara Kaye, of Round Hill, Va., were guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Margaret Payne, this past week. Mrs. Myrtle Weller, of Alexan- dria, Va., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crouch to Round Hill, Va., and was overnight guest at the home of her niece and nephew. Spe. Fifth Class Clive Palmer, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Pal- mer in First Logistical Command Transportation Battalion in Quin- hon and Lance Cpl. Joseph Pal- mer, also son of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Palmer, stationed at Camp LeJeune, N. C., were weekend guests at the home of their par- ents. pon. He enlisted in the Army in Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha December, 1940. He is survived and son, Ricky, of Frederick, Md., by his widow, the former Miss lcalled at the home of Mr. and Harritmena Long, of Germany, tMrs. Charles Adams on ..... Friday and three sisters, Mrs Isabel l and the" were accom"aniea ~':" " n - s F u -s Cunnmgham, of Charles .Tow '/their daughter, Darlene and Mr. Mrs. Irene nu.rford, of Wmcnes-iNewton Magaha, of Walkersville, ter, va, ~vtrs virgil ttltter, ot t~er- and Martha Ada . . [ and Chuckm ................ ____ms ryvflle, Va Bumal was m Govern "] to Great Cacapon Park for an eve- ment Cemetery in Augusta, Ga. ning of fun. , Daniel Lutz and Robert Hu. were in Wheeling Saturday at- tending a DeMolay banquet and meeting. Nancy Lutz was among the Presbyterian Youth Fellowship camp group that recently assem- bled in Strasburg. Mrs. Grover Wilson and daugh- ter Karen Ann Wilson and Mrs. Mary Ann Moreland, of Middle- way, were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin~Nicodemus -and :~i~: IL"B. Nicodemus Honored on 80th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Nicodemus, Sr., were honored on their 80th birthday Sunday, June 26, when a family get-together was held at the home of their son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus, Sr. In addition to an old fashioned ham birthday din- ner, there was a birthday cake with green and red trimmings, and Mr. and Mrs. Nicodemus re- ceived many lovely and useful gifts. Also on Sunday night there was a cook-out on the lawn in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nicode- mus, Sd. Those helping to cele- brate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs Perry Nicodemus, Jr., and young scon Perry Lee, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicodemus, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David Nicode- mus and young daughter, Lesa Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whit- tington and two sons, Jonathan and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus, and David McCrac- ken, Safety Harbor, Fla. Every one left after having a perfect day wishing Mr. and M~s. H. B. Nico- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cunning- ham and two sons, James and Frances, Mrs. Irene Hurford, of Winchester, Va., and Mrs. Virgil Ritter, of Berryville, Va., motored to Augusta, Ga., on Monday to at- tend the funeral of Sgt. Norman F. Feltner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Martha and Chuckle, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Albaugh of Hancock, Md. On re- turning home they were guests Sunday night at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hill, of Berryville, Va. Mrs. John Crim and Mrs. James Licklider, of Berryville, and Mrs. Herman Swartz attended the funeral of Mr. Frank Welsh, of Clearbrook, which was held on Sunday afternoon at Jones Fu. eral Home and burial was at Brucetown Cemetery. Mrs. Bernard Ott Mrs. Winerd Bowers, spent last week end in Clearbrook, Va. visit ing her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson and son Gregory spent from Sat urday, until Monday at Ocean City, and Delaware, Md., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ott, and children, Debbie, Dale, Dannah, and Darren, of Chattanooga, Tenn. arrived on Wednesday to spend some time with Mr Ott's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mrs. Grace Moler of Charles Town, spent Wednesday after noon with her brother-in-law Mr. Lester Moler. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ott, and RELIEVE TENSION WITH A nard Ott, visited Mrs. Bernard Y SLER Ott's father, Mr. James W. Field- CHR ing, of Chelsa, Mass., who is spending some time with his dau- ghters, Mrs. Arthur Williams, and --the world's freest" Cormelia Laye of Inwood. c n3tin'ng.oool Mrs. Winerd Bowers and Mrs. air Edwin Clevenger, visited Mrs. Let us show you why. CLIMATE ENGINEERED BY IATION children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ber- Blanch Bogher, of Front Royal, Va., on Thursday. Mrs. Aiton Muse, and children Karen, Timmy and Kenny, and Mrs, Winerd Bowers, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray. Visitors on Thur~ay of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott, and Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ott, and family were, Mrs. Kenneth Anders, and children, Terry, Jeffrey, Scott~and Timothy, of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. John Rountree, Mrs. Florence WE CAN MAKE YOU COOL AND COMFORTABLE 'ON THESE HOT S-U-M-M-E-R DAYS LET US QUOTE PRIC ON Becker, Charles Town, and Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Mrs. Nathaniel ROOM A,IR COND 'I'IONERS GraMYr.:nHall~Y~teinerMichelsen el FOR YOUR HOME IL HOME COMFORT DEPT. HEAT -- AIR -- WATER CONDITIONING CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. and children, Barbara, and Will- iam of Rockville, Md., were din- ner guests on Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and fam- ily of Ralltown. Mrs. Alton Muse and children visited on Thursday evening with Mrs. Frank Sinmns and sons and also Mrs. Michael Cotta, of Ranson. Miss Sharon Ott, spent from Thursday until Saturday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr. and uaate, 5Ix. Don- PHONE 725-7021 ) ald Williams of Ranson. [gee, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. John P. RountreeI Mr. Norman Glover accompa. returned to their home in Clear / nied by a friend, of Gaithersburg, water, Fla., after spending a twoI uere luncheon guests at the home week vacation with Mrs. Roun-/ of the former's aunt, Mrs. G. E. tree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber-~Webb in Bolivar on Thursday. nard Ott, and other relatives and Mrs. Webb Sick friends in West Va., Connecticut Mrs. C. E. Webb who has been and Pennsylvania. quite ill and a patient in a hos- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Jr. pital in Washin~,ton,m D. C., is ira- and daughter, Kelly, of Charles proving and her family and Town, spent Friday evening with friends hope she will be home Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott, and again. sons, Michael, Larry and Stephen. The annual Webb reunion was Master Joey Ranalli, of Mill- held on Sunday near Bakersville ville, spent Saturday with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dav- id Penwell and children, Judy, Jeanne, Linda, David and 'Terry. Master Timmy and Kenny Muse, spent Sunday in Charles Town with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy of Halltown were, Mr. and Mrs. David McAboy of Town, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and son Jeffrey, of Dar- gon, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Henry McKee, and children, Karla and Henry and Mrs. Eddie Ahalt, and daughter all of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ott and son Darren visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Clevenger, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Jr. and daughter, Viola of Charles Town were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and fam- ily on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges also of Charles Town were visitors in the evening. Mrs. Nathaniel Gray and dau- ghter Jennifer and Mrs. Bernard Ott, attended Confirmation Ser- vices at the Zion Episcopal Chu- rch in Charles Town on Sunday morning of which their grand- daughters, Misses Marta Grimes and Teresa Anders were Confirm- ed, Mrs. Ott was sponsor for Teresa. LIIETCI 'N Mrs. Mary B. Furr Mr. Robert Chapman of Balti- more, Md., visited his mother, Mrs. Viola Chapman, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Winkler and children aare with Mrs. Win- kler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker,, for a visit before leaving the first part of July to go to Ger- many. Mrs. B. H. Riddleberger of Charles Town, is visiting her sis- ter, .Mrs. Arthur Harrell, and oth- er relatives in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Burgin Goodson of near Charles Town visited Mrs. Viola Chapman on Friday after- noon. The community was shocked to hear of the death of Stewart Carl- ton Swartz Thursday morning, Sincere sympathy to the family ...... Mr. ROy Furr of Hagerstown, Md., called on his mother, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, Saturday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and family of Martinsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove on Satur- day afternoon. They had a picnic supper in the yard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sagle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher, Jr., Miss Gaff Slusher, Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. Jimmy Locke, Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, Mrs. Kenneth Fritts, Mrs. Warren Collis, Mrs. Hugh Hill and Mrs. Florence Wade of Shepherdstown, went to Gaithersburg, Md., Sunday after- noon to see Mrs. Anna Ramsburg and had a picnic supper with Mrs. Ramsburg. Mrs. Hugh Hill had a beautiful birthday cake for her. Mrs. G. E. Webb Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crock, in Bolivar, were Mr. and Mrs. Charleston, of Sunnyfield, and Richard Tim- brook, of Augusta, ML and Mrs. Raymond Landis and daughter, Janice, of Cumberland, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith, of Cum- beerland, and children of Muska- with quite a nice sized crowd present, considering the intense heat of the day. On Wednesday, June 22, Ca- dette Troop 427 visited the Bank of Charles Town. Mr. Donald Smith conducted the tour and gave a very informative talk on the history of the bank and its services. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Webb, of Bolivar, have returned home after a nice vacation trip in Toledo SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 196 . B--7 Ohio. Miss Debbie Schubertz, of t. Mr. John Snider, of Bolivar. ~s a I Freehold, N. J., is visiting her patient in Charles Town General i aunt, Mrs. Ha~l Dail in Bolivar. Hospital where he entered onI Mrs. Elsie Marlatt, of North Sunday evening. He has been ~ Mountain, spent Sunday with her very much mmsposed for qu~te/parents" Mr. and Mrs. Charles some time. ~Wilt in Bolivar. 104 E. Washington St. - Charles Town DIAL 725-7321 Unico Mark !14- y Nylon Tires Safety, economy, long mileage. Rugged turnpike construction. 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