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I Master Preston L. Barger, Har, tpers Ferry MEDICAL 1 Master Doran L. Hoffman, Cha- ] rles Town. [ Mrs. Hilda R. Stickles, Kearn- [ eysville. Mr, Woodrow D. Michael, IL'm- . n.lSOMr. John L. Swartz, eKarneys- OBSETRICAL Born to Mr .and Mrs. Alfred lville' Route 1. Cliut~)n, Charles Town, June 29, I Mr. Robert Hearld, Atlantic 1966., a girl. I City, N. J. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Shannon! Mrs. Mary M. Chapman, Char- N. Engle, Harpers eFrry, Route 2, [ les Town, Route 2. June 30, 1966, a boy [ Mrs. Louise F. Lane, Ransom Born to ,Mr. and Mrs Jerry L. [ Mrs. Dor(fthy A. Thompson, Stagner ,Rmason., July 2, 1966, a]Frederick, Md. boy. ] Mrs. Helen V. Tibbs, Charles Born to Mi'. and Mrs. DanielI Town. Shockey, Ch~les ToWn, July 3, [ Miss Elizabeth R. Davis, Char- !9~, a boy. [ los Town. Bosh to Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. 1 Mrs. Bessie L. Housden, Charles Campbell, Berryville, Va., Route 11 Town. July 4, 1966, a girl. I Mrs. Folrence E. Hardy, Harp- Bosun to Mr. and Mrs. Russell iers Ferry, Route 2. E. Eury, Brunswick, Md., July 4,| Miss Barbara A. Walker, Ran- 1966, a girl. [son.~ B~Jr,n to Mr. and Mrs. David]Mr. Fred M. Hillard, Charles Thompson, Kn0kville, Md., July] T~wn. 4, 19{~, a girl. ] Miss Alice R. Bane, Summit SURGICAL [ Point. Little. Raise. A .~i~,l~- n~n~.[ Mr. Nell Mobley, Ranson . wic-l~,-l~td. .......... ......... ] Mr. Davis W. May, Charles Mr. Melvin,S Whittington Ran [ Town. son, W Va ~ .... [ Mrs. Laura B. Busch, Harpors " Ferry, Route 2 Little 9enny L. Barrow, Ranson .. .. _ = _o _ . .. ~r~eh,m ~ ~.m,~T~J ~rnn[ Mr Daniel L rlaray, rlerpers MX~ ....... ........ # ..... "' For " "ut ^ " ggs, Utah. ~ ~i~, 1~ e;~. .,~.~.~_a T. [ J Str der Moler, Charles Mrs Bette V. R,,,~,v,~, ~,- _ . wood." i TOwn. Me'. David F. Brackett, Jr., Cha- Mr. Richard E. Harm, Bdtms- ties TowrL Mr. Charles S. Washington, Har pers Ferry. Baby MaTsh~ll C. Stickles, 3rd., Bunker Hill. Master Roger D. ,Lemaster, She nandoah Junction. Mrs. Mi~nne B. Berry, Shenan- doah JtmcBon, Route 2. Mrs. Joyce M. Hardy, Harpers Ferry, RoUte 2. Baby S~nuel L. Hardy, Harp- erR Ferry, ;Route 2. wick, Md. Mrs. Dorothy M. Bennett, Brun swick, Md. Mr. George W. Murray, Charles Town. Mrs. Dorothy L. ~ichael, Brent wood, Md. Mrs. Mollie S. Glassford, Sum- mit Point. Mrs. Alma L. Payne, Harpers Ferry. Bishop Robert E. Strider, Kear neysvflle. Mr. Arlil~g:t~ Mongan, M~rtins- ~m" Mr. Thomas B; rs, Char- Hinted On 83rd Birthday At Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sager and her sister, Mrs. Dessie Fauble, Mrs. Iola Rodgers, Mrs. Ruth Tomlin, Mrs. Margle Hough and Mrs. Dora Tamma~o, ente~rtai~ed 43 members of their family a~ a picnic Sunday July 3, in the back yard of the Sager home. The p~trty was held in honor of the 8~rd birthday of their father, Ephriam Wagaman. His birthday actually July 7. bottles of B. F. Goodrich's vinyl SEA'OF FOAM spread by new British fire-fighting ma- chine all but engulfs firemaster at demonstration in Glasgow, Scotland. Machine can produce 31,150 gallons of foam a minute. * In addition to the guest of ong, who gave the invocation. honor, those attending were; Mr. Mrs. F. L. Bushong gave the and Mrs. Sager, Mr. and Mrs. highlights of her most recent Charles Fauble, Mr. and Mrs. trip abroad with her son when Frank l~dgers;, Mr. and Mrs. they traveled to many places Ephriam~Day, Mark, Shawn, Mar- which they had not previously gi-e, Hough .~ and William Boyd, visited. Among these were Tang- Ransom Mrs. Audrey Wagaman iers, Malta, Alexandria, Luxor, of Quincy, Pc., Mr..and .Mrs. the. Aswan Dam, Haifa, the Is- Burtis Fahrney, Mr. and Mrs. land of Corfu, Sicily, Capri, Sar- Clem Shiovanni and son, Vincent dina and Naples and Gilbralta. of Waynesb0ro, Pc.; Mr. and Mrs. She found the Island of Corfu Burner Wagaman; Mr. and Mrs. most interesting and she rode on l~bert Wagarnan, Mr. and Mrs. on her back in a rowboat in order' Keefer Wagaman, and son and to get into the Blue Gratto on .......... ~ daughter and two grandchildr~ ." ~ : , , ,,. ,_ ~ ~:. of Mt Alto, Pc.; Mr. and MrS: ;~, 4, d ~ ~ I | IlL, F ,~ Clarence Boyd of ~alltown, Mrs. ~' a~,,,,~,,,,,e ,,A ,~N,mm,m,,m ~,~ Dora Tamma~o, *Leah and Mike ~ A IN~I I0 ~:N~U~ ~ I of B~timore, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ;Y, ;~ [ ard Dyke of Boyce, Va. ~ ~ ~.,'a,%~.~t.~,~'~' ~Y~t '~W}~tl),~l~'~-';','~ [ A bountiful dinz~er was served -- .... ' ~" ""- ~ " "~ "~ " " Mr -'a-a " " , [ oy me nos~esses ano . w g - BY CHARLES $. W. SMITH , [ inan received many useful and ' l lovely gifts. Other members of C~o. Washingto~ even with his muscular power, was in fll health the f?miwlYreWiath bi~hd:ysfa:~an~l ~ ' ~ n lnJu3, e sop s o d~ring his whole life. Beethoven was deaf, yet he wrote lnustc. Hole ~,ifts "They were MrsAudrev Kelle~ had three strikes against her, deaf, mute and blind, ~Yet, she W~iaaman Pete Fauble, Iola Rod becam~ one of the world s greatest personalities, John Milt/m con- gers and Margie Hough tinUed to write lt~etry after hls eye sight failed him. Homer was ~o.l.a. ~ :: * ~ Bushong Tells Robert E. Lee,' defeated in war, became a great educator. Dostoy- ovsky, the ~an' nbVellst was a~ epileptic. * Bee Une Chapter DAR F. D. R., a crt~d polio victim was elected President four lin~. Recent Tri P. T. Barnum of circus fame had to start all over again at ag~ 60; About P ~lned greiRer fame and fortune than In earlier years. 3. C. Pe~mey had horrible firianeial reverses in the depression but he continued Bee LineChap~r, N. S: D. A. R. built a de~ent stere empire to expaiided greatness, met on the mo~ntng of July 4-at Such pebp~e from all over the world,, show us how to face reality,isePiedmnt'Briscoe,theMrs.hmej. Emoryf MiSSKable,LOu- Stevenson ~tli~ts such examples in these words: "You must s()'ra~ Regent, opened the meeting with time fight it onf6r,, perishi and if that be so, then why not now', an~ a prayer and following a few where you stand? items of business were discussed. Members and guests were then in $. W. ~ -=_~MI~. ~M, 0RIAL ~ I~ME sited by the hostess, Miss Bris- ~L&IUA~W~, ~..~ ~IA ~ to a delightful brunch. Guests were Miss Anne Aldridge, Mrs. .... . . .... t~iChavd Pue, and Mr. Lee Bush- the lsle of Capri. Memorable were the ~nteves~, ing traveling coml~miens,~: th~hi~ tory of the various, places, an~ the sixth time she celebrated her birthday on board ship. Following the brunch, members went to the Zion Episcopal Grave yard where they dedicated a mark er placed at the grave of Miss Anne Lloyd Baylor. Also a pat- rotic flower arrangement from Miss Briscoes' was placed on the grave. Previous to meeting, Mrs. Fred crick O. Byrer, Mrs. Vere Haven- er;'Mrs. J: Emory Kable~ and Mrs. J. M, Garrott had attended to placing flags on the graves of nine real daughters and an the graves of deceased members of Bee Line Chapter. GLEANE~LL HAVE PICNIC JULY, 12 The Gieaners Sunday School Class of The Asbury Methodist Church will hold their annual picnic, on Tuesday evening, July 12, :at, the home of Mrs. Roscoe Payne~ begianing at 6:30 P. M. All class members and their fam- ilies are invRed to attend. Be Wi- e -- vertise Where your hard-earned dollars are read- ily available and insured by an Agency of the U. S. Government. Dividends are currently paid at the rate of... SAVE BY THE llth EARN FROM THE !st MAIL -- WE PAY POSTAGE Compoended Semi-Annually CO EIt CAW N & WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION PHONE 662-3426 e. o. Box WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA - " " - SPIRIT ()F JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATEL . q:i ; THURSDAY JULY 7, 1966 mmun. 'i ' U' plus the rising domestic consump- " ~___~~!---------~ de ' tion, all serve to greatly increase I fl r FI LET : ~~ y Farm~ as the demand for milk, yet the, TO Have Danr ]L!~! i! s number of producers are decreas. I ~ ~'~ ~ ~ t ~ ~]~d|tor s No ing at a rapid rate, Click said. I ~t I~ ~;a-'series of In its announcement to distri-I With dairy farming sharplY n [ g t 1'175 as f tday" The drp" butors, the Associationset the[ ~__ ~~ _~le_unieable the decline in the section and I out rate of milk producers has price for milk for fluid use at[ le by imm area, and prospects high for even ] been 100 per cent. the price established under the [ ~ T -- ~s are pro further abandonment of this type[ The dropout' conditions which Philadelphia Federal Order. [ ___._.___.__~ginia Vac of farming, amove is now under-]have plagued th~s ~ctmn and At the present time this price [ ~ ~~]ect in c( w t off set the cost rice area for tne past rive or sax ay o - rip Department ofAgriculturetobe, My ighbor squeeze that farmers are exper-[years, the shortage of farm labor, has been armounced by the U. S. ] lancing and which is one of the[the high cost of modern dairy $6.20 per hundred-weight (46[ major causes for the drop in]farming equipment, have all been quarts) or 12.6 cents a quart el-] milk production. ]just too much for dairy farmers fective July 1. [ -~'~ [l"~=~===~'=~ The Maryland and Virginia ]tO combat with the prices they An emergency hearing was[ [~ ]I ~ ~ Of r: Milk Producers Association-has]h'ave been receiving for their held by the U. S. Department of] announc h " i increasin milk So some of them have either ed t at lt r S g[ ..... Agriculture, in Washington to] it's milk prices t milk distribut" ] gne enurely ut f the us~'ness cnsider further adjustments in [ I I'[I II ~'~! or. As a matter of fact the in-lOt raising cattle, or they nave fluid milk prices throughout the[ Mee crease became effective July 1. ]left dairying and gone into the United States and it is possible[ "~-~ ~;-"~ ....... ,~;~eneral man-,I raising ,and selling of beef cattle [ ~]~ ~_~~.~t_~ Ja " that the $6.20 price could be in-[ Who ager of the Milk P~,,ducers Assoc- [ In. it s announcement to dis~ creased further by the U: S. De- | iation said that very serious/triDutrs of the price increase ot partment of Agriculture as a re-| ~~~ Tmfl shortage of milk is now in pros-~60 certts, from $5.60 to $6.20 per suit of the June hearing. [ pact for the W.ashingto~ market.[ nunareaweight, effective July 1, Milk production nationally has[ e And this price increase came as[ is an effort on the part of the been running considerably below[ a move to provide emergency re-]Milk Producers Association to the level of a year ago. [ v~g~_.: 1~e are a.l~ lief in the-price squeeze.- - [ encourage ..... farmers to stay in the Click said the number of pro-[ aalrylng business, Click stated. "Oka~akeabath--~rrespond( daters, in the association has de-I While the Food for Peace pro- Be Wise -- Advertise [ contribute~rfurtherdepletioni~10rtO _~brllernewsOf 111 j creased from 2,000 eight years gram other foreign commitments new: Big Savings on all your Picnic and Barbecue Needs Save ~1 , Save $1 22" FOLDING 22" MOT{: BRAZIER HOODED GRILL 4.47 sale 8.44 Reg. 5.99 Reg. I0.9~ Portable folding model Deluxe motorized grill with extra deep beaded with spit, deep bowl. bowl. Brazier and grid Chrome spit with ad- with side handles, justable tines, handles. Crank operated grid Crank operated grid positioner. 1" tubular positioner. 1" tubular steel legs. 28" high. legs, 5" plastic wheels. 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